Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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October 14, 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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Youths Found *. From Jack Trawick j I Road Board Member SaysRepaying

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Not Of DraggingTwo Guilty I I Board Hears Pogress ReportOn To Begin Soon.

teen age boys were County Drainage Problems
found not guilty. of drag rac On Hydrocarbons

ing. Monday, before Judge T
A. report on the progress of New River
A. Yawn In the opnrinv trial -
drainage work In Bradford He also Hated (tha creek between .
of a three day County Court I Repaying of the road by Brooker'a hydrocarbon:
County won made to the County > Rowell and Sampson
tension jw Commission last week by Lakes aa another project! requiring plant will begin soon u State::) Road Board member told I
Danny Lynn Crawford. 18Lawtey. .
Jack Trawick director of theMosquito attention. Bradford and Union County Commissioners meeting
and Charles Thomas
Flaimagon I$. Starke.' were Control program. Chairman George. Robert: in Lake Butler Tuesday. I

found innocent by a six man Trawick reported. .that the or we'll only shift our high I C. William Beaufoit. state dragged on for two years.' .
Jury of the tn&rres of reck, cleaning out of AIII&atol'Creek or ew"ll onv mfr out high road (board member met with "Once the Bradford Commission

leaa driving wilful and want "between Sit 2JO and wuter troubles from one plnci the commissioners. and assured sends In the properresolution

Rowell Lake is virtually. com to another." them the ,loud will be rebuilt there'll be no problem

on.Both were arrested; May 14 plete. <. and the eieok Trawick replied "One of our ,n the soar future although. on the road; Beaufort

by City Poflcman William carried off a lot of water next Joba will be to clean out efforts to get the Job done to aid. "I'll approve It. ani It

Chambers for allegedly' drag when 'we had about six inches the Santa Fe River from ire primary specifications have should be schedule I wit!''1'1

racing on State Road 1$. of rain In three day's time a ham to Brooker." four to six weeks," he i'ckled.

They were repreeented by. short while: ago" he added. Roberts Isis Crosby. Lake<< e 1ras 1 i ie 1 The resolution of which

Gainesville attorney Slgsbee -- Conditions make It possible has been flooding badly ana' Keystone Gym Beaufort spoke was parsed ant:

Scruggs. Members. of the State IVpartment. of lAIul'aUonhool plant survey team are shown to work on Water Oak Creek that the canal "between that tent in by the Bradford Commission -

In other cases heard before Tuesday Inspecting Bradford High School. Sup enl"Ing Principal Connie Clark I I..* shewing only two months out of the lake and Sampson Lake sltoulc<: Still In Mill according to Chair-

Judge Yawn In Mondays session. them the. ) layout of the upotaJn. of "C" build Ing on a drawing" board. year Trawk-k said. but whenit be cleaned out.County nan George Roberta, but got

Harvey H. ton*. M. Lake The team will report any deficiencies. It finds within month. The three men touredrounty Is feasible he plans to put Surveyor Merrll McMillan \ Report False lost In the shuffle somewhere

Butler. charged with driving school. for threw lays thin. week.Shown both draglines on that job _Ill drainage in thai along the line. Another one

while Intoxicated and with a above are V. L. Romage assistant superintendent of folk County; Carl Hurley from liellbronn Springs to section poxes a problem Construction< on the. nevKeystone will be mailed promptly he

revoked driver's license 1 received specialist In the school surveys. from the Sta to IVpartaiMfit 1 |Clark. and Donald Loll a "There are times when lhoswamp high School gyr aid.The
a fine of $190. and a drains into Crosby" ho In Novembe road (8-331):! ) srrvtsi the
member of the survey aectloa of 1M State Department.! .\ similar team was Inapectlng. will commence!'
sentence of ten day in Jail or Brooker AiringSet rid "and others when It goes' Miss llusims according JCSIKI Tynes. Cla-' Tlorlda Hydrocarbons plant In

6 0 additional days, with his the transportation symten*. the opposite way" Former Beauty, queen. j County School superintendent. Brooker. It was originally ,built",

license! revoked for one year, TuesdayOn Interview is a farm-to-market road and
The possibility of uliilng! a Tynes. In a phone
on the drunk driving charge: Buildings, Transportation low-I.v.L and a concurrent: sentence often Bids Slated Courthouse the heavy truck: traffic
lakes woa dlNCiianod, but no decision < a new gym at Keyaton'
days In Jail on the revoked as reached. Hurt SeriouslyIn had not been dropped as was now using. It.

license" charge.Three On Pair Of 2 State Teams The first in a series! of I I The comntlMslrm then auth. reported In Tuesday's! issue o.! The. Bradford: County Oeorge cornmislionereClualrma0 -

cases were dismissed mHtlncs.I) take the "newcourthouse" : orised Trawick to go utuuu.; i 1 Car WreckLinda a Jacksonville newspaper.Tynes .
Zf''Ira Hamilton and
Roberta >
by Judge! Yawn; James R. :
with Ole Rowell to Sampson branded the report IUerror..ou.
RoadsBids .Issue to the voleuof i
County Dave Shufonl said.
Barwlck 61 1. they
: Gainesville charged
Lake and' tu fur ..
will be project get
Bradford County .
with driving while Hugglnit. IS, wn s would approve a resolution
; Betty Starling. St.&rIueharaed \ on construction of the Study Schools held at 1:30: p m. Tuesday.Oct. I ther Information on. the other studies Manly InJllr..t 1 Mnmlny mornIng According newspaper to the article Jacksonville the<< calling for borrowing 1500.000
Jub.. Including
l 19 at the Brooker state
with disturbing the Bethel Church Roe. and the when her UM.l" / Volkswagen( construction of the from the secondary road trust
peace: tan Norman Lee Anderson Junior High Road Farmers Market. Lakes.on Crosby Sampson, crashed l Into a I pine tri>. c>n1.. Keystone gym was cut when fund to pay for the project.

Farmer. OefrwwvUle.. charged will be asked for Sn. few Two State Department of old liellbronn bulKitng. bring Bradford County Conmlaslonera 8. 301 eight miles south of the school budget was trim- Earlier various road had

with following too closely' dsvya. according to Clerk\ of Education trams are spending: teed as part of SUrke Elementary decided on the public Callahan med and the mUlage reduced been switched front primaryto

1 A chart of passing: a the Court Charles Darby. three days here this week I are. also projects of meetings method as the bent i Negro Man Miss. HiiKglns has been a patient In an Oct. 11 meeting of the secondary ..t.tll.I) net Q-
worthless way to explain the courthouse (Memorial, Iliw-, 231 built to primary specifications -
check against MontiI The county has received checking out the entire coun the highest priority. In Ihtptlnt Clay County School 1 Board.

Nasworth. etarke. brought $1.850 for the Bethel Road. ty's school buildings and the These are the really critical financing plan and the possl- Shot CriticallyA pltal In'Jacksonville' for treatmervt "ThU" ls not
a sentence of IM fbne or 30 and 112.600 for the Anderson. transportation. system. ares." he ssU.Ulnht bee Ions of racetrack funds due- of a broken left arm, a by phone Tuesday, "The said this .was no longer need-

days In Jail plus restitution. road. for purchase of rights Although winding up the now Bradford approximately to Florida's legislative. reapporllonmtiit. I .btuUy broken left leg, and/ Krystorte gym project was not ed.

Donald R. Orlffl 13. Starke. of-way and the moving of surveys today. the two tams 180000 In state The issues will Negro man was criticallyshot multiple bruins, aramling to Included. In ItMt operating bbd.get James Brewer State UondDrpt. <<

charged with recktoe) driving buildings. Darby saki. This will not officially report their capital outlay. funda accumulated be explained an,* the public Sunday at the home oJa her father, I\he Is the "daughter ,. but It Is Included In the district\ eimlneer sakl

wilful and wanton was given step will clear the way for the findings to the Board of Pub In Tallahassee These given an opportunity to oak Negro woman on the Old Of County Agent and, Mrs, current tnoo.OOO/ school bond I the new setup should facilitate

a ITS fine or 15 day in Jail. !letting of contracts the clerk Uc Instruction for a month funds accrue to each countyat questions about any phase of Lawtey Road. George I Iluggins of Htarke, and Uiue." ) the project. "So far we've
Eugene: Smith a&, Starke
Judge Yawn impound a S3Sns said. when official State Depait-, the rate of I4OO per teschIna the program. two years ago WAS Bradford "We hope to let a contra.!' been spinning. our wheels but
ass ahot twice at clou range '
> or five day in Jail upon ment reports will. be published. unit each year, whichwould In addition to the Brooker County: Strawberry Cjueen.Th on the eonstructlon of thKeystone now we gauge ahead t ,
i Claodos Orovle a .M I The'surveywill fteflortU ptl net this county approximately meeting other date are: with a .22 caliber revolver. by wreck, occurred. about. 1 1a 7 In November" In further discussion flat f.
/T2I'1 School. Blanche (HbM. 39: >>, after kicking gym
Jackaonvf). charted ority projects for which state, IflO.OOO per year Orl. 21 Hampton m. Monday. as. .MIM llugglns Tynes continued. "Money from! Matnes.' Union County Corn"b'!

passing 1 a stopped school bus jl Revival capital outlay funds may be However the county Is presently Oct. 3d-JUBT Utah School. down the door of herhome was. rtititrnlng. to KsrnamnnaBeaoh the bond .Issue. should be mission attorney urged, thai
about I: a. m. Sunday.
Tes.fsy Proceedings spent.\ .paying off two bonds Issues Stark where she Is employed! available around November when the road U rebuilt that

In Tuesday's evasion of Superintendent:! Tom Carry floated In 1930 against Oct. 24 -- Strawberry plat Brad for J County Deputiessaid as a )IIIh technician at Humph 10th." he added It be straightened. and thai

court. six man Jury found I Graham Baptist Church i said he hopes the team will 1,I these funds by the Stale Department form. lA wte,. Smith had bern drinking .rey's Maniortul$ HiwpUI. She Tlii article also mentioned the Scout Hole bridge be re.-
He admitted to UniversityMedical
Johnnie Orifris. Lawtey notguilty invite you t. attend revival recommend adequate facilities| of Education. The Oct. -ruot..u. stadium, : was .had spent the week.,1" with ss having been dropped plan. built

of a charge of petty lar.cenr. I services !starting Monday.Oct. to house the school's existing money from the bunds wentto Starke.A i Center OaUuun/llIe her. parents here. for the purchase of property "When we built the IA-tt.
3 i II. ac.". Creaky' will be i I I program without using the construct class rooms and straw bullet on the court' for trenlment of gunshot According to Nammu County of a new elementary school In wide road," Malnes said<1. '"we

Frank E.1!: Thomas 54 ..-a- ,....... a.". M. Wa'I U9O buildings across the a cafetorium at SouUisldedetnrntary house ls ue will be> tabnTU.IId. condition wounds and was luted. In fair ) authorities. .the VW Ml the the Afnariowbrook Bella Ire had no ilea It would ever

Hampton charged with driving ..... heat IUI&er. .."* *rr** street from the high school. : and ctuosrooms at .,.. Nov. 2, In conjunction charges TuesdayNo have been filed right hand sl
while Intoxicated, was also \I ices starts 7 a. so. services si Casey also said that replacement RJE Hlifh School Casey ald. with the. special constitutional In the case pending further then swerved buck across the 1)1\". stated that this too And then fexi. our traffic pat-

found not guilty. ':Ie B. ss. of the L*.tey Junior Thus' the school: system nets amendment election on I Investigation.Hpengler pavement ami cr""h.,1, | Into a was Incorrect and that sums tern has changed, and a large

Rufus A. Inky' Jr.. 28.Starke. High School building and the (Continued On Page :3)) that data. I pine tree and overturned. Iev.anal 20 acres .are currently unde number of people from
Dslne.vtll. through hereto )
charged with drivingon time Miss. Muggins. was ronstruotlon as a site for tM come

the wrong aide of the road thrown fnmi the. car upon| Impact new elementary. sdiool. get to I10"The

and Wayne crews, 31. Starke. with the tree. Hut she ) meeting wss. conducted
charged with improper start Against New SmyrnaTornadoes never l lout ronocloiuiness.. ac<:- First Federal *>y Wilford Croft chairman of
the Union Commission Other
from a parked! position cortllng to her father. anti hail
changed their pleas to guilty.' dragged. l herself almiMt In a commissioners present were

Riley was given a $35 fine or Seek 5th stttlng ptMdlcMt' against' the cur Wins HonorsAt Shelton Arnold. Sinclair Bryan -
Tonight and Shaw the
Victory Royce and
five days in Jail and Crews .
reecelvel before. aju.l.tsnce arrived, A
Meet commission clerk KobvrtDrlggers.
a $35 fine or ten days blown tire IN. thought to hAn

In Lawrence Jail. E.!: WUk1 11Dft. 23. New Smyrna! wtll bring a fekea well. and has good retctkma. > Andy Afsyton will start on of. Agnes Deep defensively will .t tackles: Illley and I lent. the small car: > out of con prominentlyIn Union" County made. sppllcatlon -
filarke figured
fane will be be Dwight Rider ant Larry Roger Chllaon at guardu Itiwl- trol. for loan to build Uie
Bardin. Fla' found guilty of flock: of swift backs and a according to the Tornado Captain Redding I i at the 43nd Annual a
drivingon the wrong side of good passing! attack to town scouting report. at his familiar mMdlegusrdpost I OnnnelL ;, ding at center, Iiunald Falcon Khe was taken first to procredlniis Convention of the Florida road some) time ago.hegro .

the road received a fine of tonight to attack Coach David Beatdes the .passing attack\ the linebackers. will be I Offensively the Tornado| will be quarterback Rider at Humphrey's Memorial) ,..,>lI.1 Savings. ft Iran l,a,ue In

$35 or ten day In Jail. H_'. Tornadoes who will be Tornado ends and cornerbacks Mere TUley. Mickey Apter i' starters will te Reese and left half Agner at fullback' In FerrMfullna I1erh and thenIf'nnllnued Miami: Besrh this week. Woman
about with Lemon Douglas at en>U, Mayton and I ,and/ Joyner at right half
In will also have to worry Morgan spelling
Wednesdays Ion. shooting for their. fifth straightwin (IR Puce Two) Hrp A Thomas.. Jr. bard.

Marshall p. Floyd Starke. was I this season.The the swift Barracuda bocks chairman of Pint resealSavings fs I ChargedWith

found guilty by a six man Jury M game Is being playedon turning the corners on them i, + prti A.. Uwn Awmclatlon:

(Cuntlauea On Pace 2)) Thursday night because of Harm Clark a 140 pound! of presented. a AssaultA

I i the annual Gator Orowl. part I sophomore is the fsMet. lUincuda i rj.L plaque by the League.. for des I

of the U of F"s Homecoming from his\ fullback sprit tlnguKhed service at the IDft/ ,
I A woman waschergsad
Bantam Football weekend, set for Friday nlgnt.They're lie ran IOO yards in 1O s.cnuwe |, txsvulstlve.. \ tension In providing "
wKh assault amt battery
the eighth are
the kind of team in leadership for lenUUtlon\ .
Game I In one down to 10 flat now The.pxeMt.r the savings and following. an attack on.
tnatll get the home ran of Interest\ )
knock \II\ also>> tabbed.. a hard err white woman flumtny1. Ort 3,
and : ken IndustryTTmrnss
or two plans Just j + / / Keataunuit. ,
SATURDAY the pins fronaend., .,. yo.." saysCoach I runner and sharp Mocker I also won a portable' at HwMilay. In
P.M.I. Barracudas The) fsrrseui line is snch- television set for scoring first Keystone Height
1Iwnw: ''ftp
.. :,
Annie Pearl Kubanka 30.
play a wide open offenaa centered I ors, by two ZOO-plus tackles 7 place In a property appraisal. .
Lawtey V. IoutMMIDiMoant i Putnam Hall, woe charged
on r
around their speedy' 220 pound Denis Hsger I content. B P MlMll. Jr pre.dent .-
quarterback Sam Vlers' I the left aide and :2O& pound 1 of "tarll:.'. First Federal.ju Sunday by Clsy County deputies
backs t with awiault on Mrs. W
spat ettds: Fred Pair on the right Center .\ won an award In the appraisal
8:30 P3f.Holiday passing and two I weighs 1M I II : II Turner :31, K.y.t.>n.. fultuwing -
Sport three wins against Larry White-ides cofitsstFirst .
Inn Vs a single .lose, a ).-. tom to I and guards J Spears" ts at 163 Federal of Htarlte" : on an argument
I In the kttUven
two women<<
170. Another clatluns. ,
Doyle Conner Cocoa Beach, New Smyrna will and Brace Hsrrta at of the State's younet ssw> >
of the restaurant. where both
be looking for number four. I 200 pound tackle, named .,,1M was. the only savlrtsisami ', l
BUS STADIUM 4 The: Barracudas lure won Kirk, will bolster the line on l loan represented si the wiener were en'I'lo'ed. .
I to received
According testimony
from Father Lope- Class C! defense. convention 'br IOO per cent attendance I

Sponsored by the Stark Dayton' Beach team; a 34-4 AU but two of the Barrarudaa. I of Its board of direr by Clay County Judge
I T J. Rivers the Negro w m.
Recreation Department Vista. a
victory over Perry and a 20-l quarterback tors
squeaker from Lake Welt! ecrn...... and fullback Clark' aophomore. Attending the four Lay err an. Annie Kutmnki. ntrut.ltMr :

BROOKEETSCIIOOL Class A schOoL are juniors sVm at tfie Doran Hotel wereUp .*. Turner tin the state of the

J Ii LLOR E'EN Bradford's ends. cornerfcock: The) Tornadoes will field Starke Market Ready For Pecan M a k { and Mrs. Thumas. Mr. head, rupturing her right; ear

CARNIVALOrteber and f safeties win get a realworkout. their were starting 11110"PI. and Mrs MUeli. Mr arwt Mrs. drum.
BUS eoaebe predict. and every. regular Is healthy John A 'fVrc>cle. Mr sail Mrs The Negro. woman' was r.-

30 New' Smyrna sprats Uieir two enough to .ptay. K4 Joey Season With Additional Facilities r PI (I Denmark. Mr and Mrs leased on her own reongnisanea -

Starting :30 P'I Park E. L Matthews. Mrs Ruby B and the COM continuedfor
..... etc** yarda from the Rees, out of the Orange _
tackles and aiso. flank a halfback game with a cracked twos In .-- -_7 _- ... ._ John, and ConnnUMlorterr of oi> days by Judge Rimes.Tuesiiay. .

Sapper Served Starting In the slot to the aide.Cert Ms wrle. will be ready to- Something new has Seal!I blower, another slx. ,r for use The cracking and shelling said. Agriculture !>,)'t. Conner to all<_ Mrs. Turner
5:30Spofaortd Start | after nuts are cracked and a time to consult with physialans
and Mike Awry. a 1.O pig Oornertiacks Cahrt1Varnas added at the I will be offered for (.,onkhlt. said that rood
Farmer Market for the current !' sorting table. .-trie final stage process and (.i...rm..... the coat fif
By. pound Junior ss Mien. favorite and Randy! Joyner' those who desire this ..noil'., Pair will t buy nuts on the Trawick Named
puss receiver; be baa good< I ....... Kddi Douglas sued ese .n.-on. with the) after shelling. either for large lots, or In market here this year due to I medical treatment for the inJury -

Brooker PTA hands but only average apeed.Rtgnt will gt a real work out from first auction scheduled for\I Of most general Interest. small qusntltles for the convenience ttavlix. the facilities fur blowli I Jerk U TrmwKrk, Bradford to her ear.
,'Thursday" Ort 21.Complete growers In the area Is the bta .
end Kea Blankenshlp.anotasr the Bairarada speed.S Ttiey WOlboAJ'
of the housewife >. any MwtMarMn. elected.
equipment "pop remover" (pictured at Onwity
14O pound junior. .Is iient of the nine
nw Space Contributed has been placed on ttiel f right I which the nuts Bret v ra prM"
also rereiver against. the Bsrraewdoa I those I U.. :, blown" he said
a good pass co-csvptam I run through 'popremover" I bW. PuMks Health AMurteUona
Weekly to PnbUcizeCommunity platform here by C, R. Brad- through tint to remove Round and dunce'atthe )
Right hatfbaek Tons Reevea, I and will do the ; exult bring them I I I Th IMS erop In BradfovdCounty Square
Event by ,1a --1 I 1 ford anti W H f>o.lkO'O0 perform that are not filled out properly. !' < Ute annual meet mg list InClearwat.r Lawtey Strawberry wharf
15 pound Junior. Is a speedster game .negoUaUng along ]I to the market before the day ,i i Is estimated at about Ort. T thru 9The .
!Mace of ""t- "oc- i Nuts that go through this Music KrHe -
every i
nat r being m..1!I 50 rent :
The CommunityState a good nraner.! plus captain B.P..s.iI tr. of sale, rtiU OonkhlW per membership snclodee
eostnfrom. .. tree to buyer"Iraclttd.d moetkine will demand a better
and the Btarlite
a fin pass reaarverQsarterback Starting torblea on def..i sger, sdvisMt.. "There won't'I I Th. first auctfcxr will getunderway Padgett
Workers at both At&t.I.
will 1 i'si AJe
sine the buyer
Bank In the) equipment aai\ price ) Law-
View a 141 1..uI be J.nor. Jim Oodwts be Urn to put them through at 1 If. m. Thursday... Boy Bponnorvi by the
pictured above is a "pop ismov.r know tftat moat had nuts hared I..... County .Ieeel.U with a membenhlp Recreation Department.Jul1an .
pound solar, has good speed I and Ronnie Ttomltnaon. BserJohn I the blower If they coma In Get 21 ey
slur cracker sheller been |
and.. a Ane> the ower. H. ale Spenglor and sophomore the morning of the ..:.. he nt approaunately 1.3OO.


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In 'h.. Clrrult (......... .
A. L Crosby sr Is visiting KlwhthJitdlrlnl
BHS Schedules Brooker PTA I Scouts WinPromotions I luSt or rinrlrin.. |.
Mi- and( Mrs. Lamar Crosby
tn In Daytona Dench for several : Carnival Set I C'kanrrry.TOWN p

monthH. t'fr Homecoming IIP nrtOOKRR. ii iou,?,. '
Dr. anct Mrs.' A. Y. Coving- October 30 Five local Boy Scouts o. lolpnllty o( the ritate of Florldn' ,,
I advances: in Petitioner, v.. TUB HTATH UKL. I
and Jack Trawick attended I ActivitiesThe I' Troop 70 won I
ton The Brooker School Halo- < Hir> \. el al.! riPHpoml' I--
GLADYS :MOOTY\ I he Florida PubllrIwalth I ween Carnival da set to begin rank and took( part tllVDKU, Tf BHOW CAL'SBTo i
convention In : last week in the Cour. The Stum Of 1 Kli.. d.. i
AawiclaUon! (
homecoming autlvHlea with the annual parade at Galnej.ille. hrutiRrb The &1.'. Att..rna) Fme p
Phot.: 964-0631 Clearwater lost Thursday to I of Honor In KlKlith:' Judicial..
I are under way at Bradford 4:30: p.m. October 30. awardedthe Clnult "i
Richard Yaun was The i
Saturday aid Wlate, Several Proper
High School. Plans are to Supper will ''be nerved and which
and MIH John Bucklej) rank of Life Scout v owner. Taxpayers And Mr. have a big Tornado Whirl on a shotgun, radio and a large merit badges ant "t The Town Of lit- u.I ,
Johns and Frank Mr and Mrs Onrl Mathowsatleiulod of Sarasota 'spent the wcek- lequin-i( 10
Jerome: Thursday night Oct. 28 nnd 'baby doll will become ome the .I.1"101'10.11I..h.wnor :Nun-ltn i il
Williams were in Tallahassee the fun-nil of Jay nEt: with Mr and Mrs David followed by a parade and lucky person's prize. Supperwill Jim Shiitoid was awarded l..nt. owning property. or Slip..,.
Tuesday and Orlando on Woods In Jacksonville on BrownlnK. lank of Star: Scout which rsqulres act, To Tanatlon Therein Ann
oil game on Friday, Oct. 29. The be served beginning at badges. All Other I"vine Or. Clalmlnrnj
Wednesday" om business. Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Freddie Wat highlight of ,the activities will 3:30: p.m. The menu for this Kirk- ICllfh' Title nr tnti-mut i
Capt. and :Mrs. Vernon and Mrs. N. L. Wood- terson and daughter. Mr and:: be the chownlng of the new will be fl.-th hushpupplea Fuzzy CJttello. Stive ropi-rty To W, Affertert By TheHuanoa
Glenn and family of Tampa burn flew down to Orlara.j:; on Mrs. M. L. Wattrrson I and Mrs year !'and. and! Rabin Mullins at .. tly 1'li. Town Of Oi.>ndlernlaarter >
the weekend with Mr. Sunday to visit their eon-in- Dot Tallinn visited! Mr. and Qu e.n during the halftime baked beans cole ulaw. change came up for Second Clara.! Th ? Mora Partlpulnrllenrll.eil. >
spent : ; show or plain grit, coffee, ten and merit $ ., Or 'f fit Affected ,I.
and Mrs. W. F. Glenn and law and daughter. Mr. and: Mrs. flV.. MrMaihone: in ; ; the Student following boys all won ny Way Thwe-by.. ; ;
family. Capt. Glenn and family Mrs. Keith Reeves and son. I Daytona. Beach' on Sunday. 'r pie.The balIl't:8IIuU1w.: : : : Ehtlf i'J You mid ott-n of you are ner*.
Council members met after following committees .
Talbot Yaun. Bruce Hd4ock! Janice iy required to .1'1'-1' "n Hiel
will leave November 1 for The Reeves will spend the i Mr. and Mrs. CecU .
school: to paint locker numberson were drawn by the executive Donald SI1JP.: Tom day. of November 116S. at,
three years assignment In weekend with the Woodburns of Gainesville and Mr. and the lockers. Lockers are board and approved by the .::39 o'rlock P, M.. V:iuireri. ,'
Japan. and attend the U. of F. Home- Mrs. Robert Turner and family Ritch. Stanley Gay. and Steve ttanilurd Time before the 'i"lruit
and Mrs. L. O. Hazcn coming. lie U. :S. Marine planned to be issued soon. PTA: Kirkland. Court or Bradford. C.,uutiFlorida
Corp "I'rojwt llanilc-laHp" win given an After the meeting last Tues Supper-Chairman, K: t h e I at the Cnurthou ,,n,
visited Mrs AJta Ashurst In Mrs. Orle Wiggins and Mrs. l Ie nii'iiilM-r* of filrl Si-iMit and h,.
y Troop* OIK) and 007 day, the Student Council votedon Bass; Zulene Harrell, J<"reV.aMott. titrke. Klorldt. w >aum
Cocoa over the weekend. Don Neel and sons visited, Miss the prayer. of the petitionrlle ,
tlie. li".\ 01 nun p. Shown nJiove, fur, refugees\ In'I..t Nllm.1 Bending nix delegates to the Nona Mann, Patsy Leonard why .,
ShoVe entitled
visiting Norman <1 In 111" pp.
;"Mrs. J. H. Fields was Susan Wiggins .
,. Marli.-.. enlisted filM itlil 1 of (ilrl Hrniiln frrroHH this District meeting at Paxun Rosa, Mae Jones Carol .. Tt. < ovw** "..'.....'.* foci IrA e'linir phoiild not tne .urmr,, .'
***. and 1 Mrs. robert Tan- College! In Norman I'aik Oa. ; < .
tut Ki I..eeI.rl.rld.
Hrudl wrtl
r f. therein dewrllitctand
the week .'tlnf) .Hitup f"1..t N.nnh..r... iinNunltury' conditions senior high school in Jackson. Lee Jones Dollie Harrell Mrs. and the
.n r In Baldwin over on Saturday. the prweedlmnauthor!/ u
Mi*. Ruth Frazier and Miss tli, threat of MneuHO among the refugeea.\ villa in November. Bristol and Betty Rabon.In In r* Edit,,.. ", I'yhar..' the .Issuance thereof. valid a r n,
end.Mrs. charge of baking the 'anrtva. lie IMV".. ....dNOTirE confirmed, mid bond. .Ql
:: David! Oliver and Mrs. Madge MUdleton attendedthe are! front (l-r) Jan riiinliin and llelibln SprnKler. .
TO CHE1)ITOR6; 8l_t' MX Thi M un .l.tln ,. qf >
cakes be Mrs. "
D.,E. Turner of Fort Lauder- Methodist "Day A-Port" row ((1-1') : Ilehblo, Ollilu Graham Lillian Klhar., 3 FFA Members fred will JIaxige All ,rrcillt'ir "f the Estate "' Dollar da e are visiting their sister.MJAJ it the First Methodist Church I 'rly ;.MclSiKunil llorlxunn. Hpenglnr. Hicks and Mrs. Dollie Harrell. Levy hive,'.. i*uvik. Hr if.. Revenue Honrt- d.ilort
: Minnie Bcssent whc1 wodtecharged '\.n Lake City on Sunday.Mr. Are AttendingNat'l. Serving In ''the hotdog stand r.AMI*'!. Mrn ni>tlfliit) ttnr' January l..l9 I r.iulri*i iiferruanilH 106K tbrouarh luor ,miuitIve.
from Bra-lfgr '. and Mrs. II. A. Lawson gery. Convention will be Mr*. Grace Blgham, I whli. h they nmy hay I yearN. bearing Interest at not ...
County Hospital on Tueslay.: I'| were In Tallahassee on Sun- admittances to Brad- Youth Found chairman with Lea Tempi a...",.' tulii, R..t..i". In (h.rll 'dfedlna- the legal rate payable.

Mr. ant) Mrs. L. & Adams lay visiting Mr. and Mrs County Hospital this Thjee Bradford High School :Mrs.: Legg and :Mrs. Stalnaker. ..f the t'uunry Juilen' or Briuiford ..Heml-annually January 1 anil
Include: Mrs. 'MinnIe Lee Innocent InDragracing County PlorlilM' In the Courthouse particular. dewrlptlon
were Saturday overnight :: Charles Lawson and family.Mr. ed FFA members are attending! Fish pond will *be operatedby nt Hiarkt. Flrrlitit" wltbliwlx July 1. a of more ne-14 bonds "lelnurontalned .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tuey and Mrs Keith GllUn ' Butler; Roy F'll4k Sr. Case the National FFA. Conventionin Lucille Edwards and Mrs. calonriitr montlm front tii In the petition filed

:Holmes] In Jacksonville on I ham and daughter of Jack- ; Manuel O. Aguil- Kansas City. Missouri! this iMcRae, Mrs. Hazel Harrell fliit' or I tha flpnft. puhllrHtlon, ul.i In the pr t.eiidinE.

,Mr. Holmes birthday celebra- '(onville will spend the week- I of Lake Geneva; Waver r Continued From Page One I week. and !Mr.. DBvta. Bill Bigham this notlf muM/ I'lilm wrltUiff' ur *dnmnil nrmuNt < This ba publlHh Order to Show In the Cauwehall manner ,

tion. end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy : / nIl of Maxvllle; and Doug. : John Odom. president of the Is always In charge of the slate' the filar. n r rmfHwn required by Beetlon T5 'on

,'., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Sale and' attend the U. of F. 11< llanty, .uVtrs. /Shirley:: Ann ; of passing a worthless! check Biadford Chaptsr; : Arthur cake walk. **. or' i pOet ofric address nlh Florida. .....Iut..*. In Bradford
Mrs. Hone Leo; Mr*. and was given a $50 fine or rlulinunt, end muni !be> swam Tal..raph. a nawapaperof .
Douglas of the Flo! and Art Quk-ksall have County
and daughter. Marian an(\ ::1C'mecomlnlJ. "" president / hue .... (, 'Ii,
| GO days In Jail. to by the vlHlmunt .D circulation In '
'tiddle: Douglas were visiting Mr and Mrs Hoy LnyfleM M. Bell, and Anthony! I 1C. continuedby Starke Chapter. and GUam the dart game usual. the novelty or hi. .lIon.y.ot' It will, bofimu "tt4Iral of Drookar pubU.h.dItarluo. n

Mr. and Mrg. Jimmy Rows\ In of Lake Harbor are spending A m of Starke. Three cases were Silva Brazilian student at- booth will be handled by Mrs. ,. > "l'l ". ...dlnl( In Uw All) Town 1Wi'....

Sanford over the weekend. several days with Mr. and 1 1Mn. ings Garner of JuckMonvlllo, trim Judge of: court Yawn: Eugrra to. the Con next tenJJnsr Bradford High thh Ellis. Yvonne Emory and Mrs. liilrnantit, fitplrn.will. .ploMiM of iiald.nil.Ini.. ilupllcMte ,,,, t-- PONt: :Dr.dford ASP otetr.RPfl{'.nly.: Flat Ittarke. ,

Mrs. G. H. Bennett returned! \ W. F Jlorlnnn : (,'. I:> month old grarwIdaUKhte.r with year are guests of Mr. and Wilson. Picking up milk bottles AilmlnlHlmlrlx ,., the Kntud!: $ this Uth day of {"",oh.'
verse. Lawtey charge I"". '
(Sunday after ten days visit Mrs. R. O. Dansbv of Starke day and Mrs. T. II. blade : Mm. J. D. Odom for the trip will be J. W. Kelly Krn- Mona A! I 'been. confined In UiiptUtt! cruelty to a child Ma gl1 The !..,.! (tog 75?. Kt.rk., Juleride.. ./.0..., L. VattenJudna
with relatives in Atlanta anxj nr.J brother. Roy J. Andrews I ana group left lout' Friday set Edward., Ned Hicks and .. /
nosier Stark, charge: with tmt'dt b"r I II. t9i>J the Circuit Court ">f
tttacon.: Ga. i of Jacksonville were In Oisark end HOllpltaltho' pattt doing maliclou damage to> a and will return home Sunday Clyde Green. It A nrrrn. Jr Kt.hth: of Judicial.. Circuit .,

Mr; and Mrs. Connie Met Ala. over the- VY Mken; attend- UP<,| ; days with an car Infection. and Th y stopped enroute for Mr Taking ,the youngsters for a Atturnrv .fi.r AdnilnH inn riorlda. in .MK! for Bradford

Klrmorv and son and Mrs, ing the wedding( of a niece. unit 1 .; r. and Mrs. Charles lloo- house charged; with.a failure Lawtey to juvenile have FloridaMississippi! football tractor-hayrlde' or a pony ride iulnmvHI 8 K fir at KlTl.ln!Hlr.."t County.. Florida.\

ZJbla Gilbert of Jacta5onvUl, Kathy. MelAnie and Lex and of Orlando will be wuek- his \ehlcle under control. game.A will be Howard Douglas, J. T. 10'tl 41 II 15/14 j( 1S'I

and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Oreen Jr. of OTlnes.llle!, spent and l guests of! i III' and 1 '!'Mm. V. highlight of the convention Bans Bill Jonen. Leroy Stokes I
Oeoige Q riff 15. Ste rk3,
Thrift of St. George. Ga, I the weekend with their grandparents !Mrs. iylrlckland and will attend l chargeJ' with using profaneand was a speech by VlcePe and Paul Emory. Mrs. Muriel .

Mterej weekend guests of Mr. Mr. am4 Mrs. Lex ( U. of F. Homeco.nln"| indecent language( received "' ''' Hubert HumphreyWednesday Lee Kelly. will again get the I

Jtod Mrs. Dave Paulk. Oreen. Fays Thoinan and a siwrf ndc-l: sentence.A night. cake for the cake walk. )Ofr. WIN A PILE

Mrs. Eilth:!: Christiansen and Mr. and) Mrs Randal Chitty 1 "" Ni.'dra I Slecley: of SUirke! charge of lending another Closer! to home( both local and Mrs. Leroy Stoke are I it

-:Mrs. Edna :, Mm.. Annie Leo! Tetxtojie chapter* Initiated a total of of the
Hart spent th, and family were visiting Mr. in ( person hU driver's license charge dance contist In

weekend with Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. M. F. Chitty In Oa. /' are patients. in IJou- against Huwarf. L. Armsted. 53 Oreenhands in ceremonieslast Heading the raffle committeeare

:Ronald Crawford In Orange Lakeland. Ga. over the week- day. Honpital.!! was dismissed by4 Judy Yawn Friday during! school. Shirley Green Jim Temple KOCH CASH POT

Park. end. () Mary tlollinger (daugh for lack of evidence Also dismissed and Jean Douglas.

:! of Dr. and Mrs. H. U. 11<)1. '!' was a charge of pass- Elks To Host No Pestles" to Ritlvtt, Nnthlnt to Write). N.

a ---T ner and I a sophomore uit ln-T a worthless( check against Exalted Ruler (l.5 ln..vlll,. KlorliU. .. "ml. I n. filth 'I. .Stump* to IJrh. No Obi (atlon.Jut Come

\ I Carey College In !llat- Fred Bhoclen. no odlrM nlven. .*) original/ 5 In th* .,.rn. ,. ,.r ''h, In Each: Week or H venU Ttmew a Bay

\ ( t1 After The Game I % /' ;, MiHH., nolpateil: In en'! a charge against Monday Night (Hlnrk"''lirk. "f riorliln.. I Ihr, un rinini u nr. h.' ''.'in'ih' and Get Your fRRR': ': Cash Pof TickeLLast

Meet At The day Thullan rush {pmty' lual Francis Sllcox. Starke. of disturbing 1Mb day of .Novimbir. ,A ,nI'JOS Week's, Winner
us the social William W. Kingston. Sr.. .
U. campim 110' the peace. ; dlhorwlw*, the KlIeKKtliof '_ Unclaimed
entertained!, in an Orien Grand Exalted Ruler Florida Mall CuniplMlnt. will. b. tiki-ii .-
e Cecil PaddJtt pleaded
TASTEEFREEZDRIVEIN IUHh Ion. Mary In an. oiltccr a charge of! aisnult guiltyto anus Northeast District will make .un .cunrHiiii, ., thin by youDuliil ..
IJlh rtuy r 5,1) ,ii., Cash Pot Now $100.
his official
the ) society unit Is H lUill& battery and was sentenced to visit to the Starke ".'. A l I' lIonS
'__ of IJr.idl'ord' 1 High 19 days In jail. Elks Lodge next Monday. l.;,\I.I)
) MrH. ,| ''>(nl. She IM a inu.sic October 18.Exalted 'hiirlir.. A lurli) > Quality. 1-isge and tjtiioityt .. rrescnpti.ssp
l'I -.k -
!\ I'ln-ult ( .
II''S. nmdrnr'l
; College, and IM 'the Ruler J. D. Doyle 4'. ,ntv. 'iftrlilwBy hoCuS IllirtiM.! have Your Next Kx
/ CC Directors
:, .. U.S. :301-North Temple \ ( of VonuldV.ntm' hoad announce that. a .dinner: will Rvilttfh M :Mmnly I Killed.

,, : Aim." l: ) IMvlHloii of Fine Arts. Give EndorsementTo be nerved at the Lodge! InKlnJC&oon'a Dvpuiy "I'lorko

'i'OK" TlfOSK 'DKUnnilSHAMBURGERS: ( ( of \ I Kopeloiimui |1"1311..1' l the Courthouse honor aL 7 p. m |I. II 4t 1 n i I at KOCH'S-Free Delivery

/H AmioclaUoii) mil that two new members
/ 1 / ; exani-
; Aim,; I) \, ,, uid will "bo ailinlttecl' The (irr' >pruMl to hulM) a new would be Initiated Into the ,

I I piactli-e of law In Flor-I Ilnulford
'in an 'Induction ceremony wiut endorsed by directors I of AU Elks are Invllfrta/ attend .

.., of" > ; Friday In ,'I the tiiipreinu) the Starke-Kradfnnl! County this dinner mef'tinlhon\ B ctdcoctk FALL and WINTER
"l'' CourliMMiH, Curb oring till district deputy.
I ; "' In TalluhnsHee: Alte.nd- Chamber of mmeree ot a
: Stfrvicc-Plenty I'arkintr.: from Htarke will bo Mrs. luni lit-on m".Ung. Thurs
CII l '' Wainwrife'lit ami :Mrs. ,day. BHS Class ''UIN"UI'
.. Bring The Family and Try Our $ 'SALE'I I ( Shl w. A straw vote( im the proposalwill Officers NamedJohn ;;;; ;

Shrimp Boat or Chicken Boat \ ho hi-lil Tuue'elay. Nov. 2

Hill:* I IIlll I l Injures The County Commission profnwe Bradley was elected

t'rfl""" l 'buililinx' a new courthouse ;prsldent of the Bradford High /
by pledging' race/ track School senior elms In recent
I T1IAT I TIII ('IIII.UlmN I l & Hug gins .revenue. voting. and two brothTH

I IJAVK: ONK YOimSEU1MILK :. J. In other action Thursday) Wayne and Paul McLscd. ".era

I : I ", From Pane Onul I the directors. dlncu.-mctl tho i presidents of the junior and

SHAKES !sophomore classes P
nt ferrc
: Banana Club In Jacksonville because of for a now Clwimber of C mimerr A ;

SplitsSUNDAES aerliiUHni'ss' of tho break biilldknjr, They named The election ." era )(I11.'or-' ??
o a arm She H II. (Put) Kveralt( aj. 'hulrnmn ed l by tho Student Council -.. / t.
leg. wan expected
:::: : i t of Senior Class!
,: 8'IUII.'] I bit trnimferreil' either to a commrttro to raise officers are

::: ( I .r IN A IllUmV --- CALL YOUIlOHIHCU .. or homo tixl.iy the neeeiwiiry funds. Bradley. president Karen lee
:::" i IN.IT'LL UK: her' ( ... ). Kingsley secretary vice-president.: and; Joan Bobbie William Sue" Built ''oryeanBoys' Girls' BICYCLES
I Baptists
HiifKln wnn graduat
I m AnY WIIKN YOU Barksdale.
... treasurer 0' 20"
wear Deluxe
h"r from tho Dell School: of Convertible BIKE
: AKKIVE:-9I.fillt; 4; $ I Mr. '' ,! TerhnoloKy nt Allh- Observe Junior class! : Wavrw Mc- cZft::
;:, LPod. president' ; Billy Dean l's' ,,' at Oifte'or .
" -
, OPEN 11 A.M. TO t 10() I'.M.: ,Is North a refrl.nteriM Carolina. lab, techni\ June Homecoming DayThe Thompson. vice president; .c hwsia.__ .sa- 5...- $3 9

: .:. CLOSED AM PAY TIIUItSDAY I Klri(sley LAke Baptist Carolyn Faulknrr necretnry. u, d I.s,
She had been employed
I hnrch will ob< IiI0 ,Kernamllna hnnpltnl for l.y w Girls SIX!
.-.-. ... .. ... Homecoming Day on Sunday .
NI -_______ ______._.___.____ I pum- ''inrcu-- monina.- .se.c
n.M <1<1' II./ With oervtrrs a Sophomore class: Paul Mr-

I hymn sltiK. and dinner on the l-Mld. president: Bruce Jackson S.s---sc---t..a ts..m..,

SliDES SlIm! :\ !' Schools Teams grounds.There beginning will be a at special 10:30: a.program m. Cnnnell.McR, _.vlce-prenldent secretary treasurer... and: Beverly Own' '-, '_ I S ujf r cw a tra *

UI, unmet will he Kerrcl at 1 p. ge \ I --
m. and the Association hymn Layawa/) l&siLc/,, -.a ts stue

,1 MEH' --WOMEN'S--BO -- ( >d From Pane One I Sing will begin at :3 p. m. BHS ConstitutionIs Early for Christmas a q 592

Everyone I Is cordially invited -
, from $13.000 to $24000 to attend.

I year from capital outlay
CHILDREN'SFamous A new constitution hued
I \ .... but has S80.000 accum More Motorcades home on -NO M'.SHNO _
I a room rrprmentatlw -v------
system was adopted last Tuesday HOTIIr.K ltee
that Planned
Casey emphasized By
Name Brands by the
If HUhSctiool !!
the Is
survey effect only Student CouncilThe student body President :NO'\ icrn ,. -
I of state. funds. and
:: ; Jim Dniul/u GYM
/ reported.
FREEMAN -- RED GOOSE U. not affect In any way Bradford High/ School Only 200 stur'enU: turned TU'K a.a-.... \\1
line of the $1.17fl.OOO In :
council was SETS
very cuccnaKful In nut to vote for the new charter -
. GRACE WALKER HUSH { Issue" fuiKts floated from | the tnotoroHcl lout Frlilay but they voted it In by a wr. UN \N< t: \ / 0i...
school's share of the race \
1 i'I I tax. night to the Orange Park football 78 malorlty. President. Douglas ortKmxAi'C( a

game. mid. The old
I constitution
: ALL GOING surveying the sohool three plants man. The motorrM l wes led by flmllar, to. Ute national system 't>f.NTSl :'\ t .

'[ Bradford County deputy sheriff with a two party set-uP. was I
t Barley, a specialist Itobert" t .
from the State I Greene foUowvU by junked because students found -

AT2 survey' of the Student Council and carloads It too cumbersome. It some- .. ..elc-a, Z.
F.dut'atlon.1 ) of BHS Tornado fan took six weeks' to get an item w'
two members are V L. \l lids. Our Hedsiqa IMw, -
who watched the Tornadoes Uircufh' the' committee and ( 1 t- toy GYM SIT
\". jkvtlstant" superin 4 C -.... '
rip Omnge Park 41-0. The rcnt the floor of both houses." Se-- --
SrrofMl I (lMir .
of Polk County and 51\ ss--
<1t'nt cotinrll voted to Douglas said.
' !. Lott. from the survey pnn- --i-C--
PLENTY OF NARROW WIDTHS I of the State Depart soc more motorcade. to the The new structure was Of Mn .Y__ elia- $3988
out-of-town drawn C I a.a.. .
games. up during the post -
(' .a I- ..
a I The Student brxly held an summer and was made familiar nrnilura J SSW _ _-_ _a._ _._ ___ ___ _
., In d the tram on trans <0>
, ALL AT8t1"ltsdfle U" John ()ylli. .. '*'*. election last FrtUay and the to the stud.-nt boiy InIOt'lal AI Hjtrcain. r> eH .-tFrlT flI -j ,300 DOWW
new Constitution was piuuMMi. studies: class. 1GYM$49u1 ..-.
In school transportation" ,) Their Mr. Jacob **. _III_ _letows_ _ _ _ _
the State Department. iporsor ; en.
helped In the writing of the
asMatAl" : by Fred Phln- Af'RKSS *t'SKSnW:
transportation" titution which wag react T.-u mr. h .
supervisor >r l>x ul.'ttll.l thatalnoc
County. r.ndVU' in each history "J!_ ao that Null' f.... dl",.*... .he. h..n fLl...

Anderson transportation/ tiKlenti.would be able to undcratantl. .. :. you In the br :w'u'n.l Orvult:(">....Ste'u.arre ,t \W. S. Badcock Furniture and Appliance

in Alachua County. of Bradford ("......t,.. F1orH., I IP
: GOING OUT OF BUSINESS \- ')"' of this typ are 'I. .'.,.........." and you are nxiulrrilv ASSOCIATE STORE
C -' .f .
a i "Pir < ).U" An wr
: by the State Department i M>ru H Tu APPEISS
'ir pl..I". l,, saul. C*'>mpl.,fnt
of education every five years TO KIOIIARO RONAUU: CCC PlalauH' .i.'....,'. *. I. M I. N. (Hud) Yaun. Owner and Managrr
,[,1l"'FIol: I?,'ru..... r u n teew.. ..' I .

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THURSDAY, OCT. ... 1968

r Baptist Circles Little Women Mrs. RussellIs UDC Members t

Met TuesdayThe Install NewOfficers Complimented i Meet At Home

Ida Darby circle of the For YearThe At Shower Of Mrs Beasley ,

First Baptist Church met I
Tuesday afternoon at the home Little Women'a Club Mrs. Thomas Russell" the Members of. the W T. Weeks

GLADYS :MOOTY II of the leader, Mrs. L. 0.1 I held an installation service at former Emoje.m Walnwilght, chapter UDC hold their nit, : I
Phone 964-0651 Powell with eleven members their October meeting on was honored at a lovely miscellaneous fall meeting a.>t the horn of
present. Monday night at the club I shower last Thursday Mrs. O. U. Uivusli'.y,, and Mrs '
After the regular business house. evening given by Mrs. Ida J.V.. KlncuM lust We.lnesd.iy .
Mrs. t The meeting openej with a Sue D>'al. Miss Judy Elling- afternoon "
meeting the hostesses served
McKnight To Be Honored j Fashion
refreshments devotional by Miss Sue Morris. ton and !Mia Rhoda; Dnmpler Mrs 1 K< K. Perrymnn, pi'evident '

As 1965-66 The Helen Masters circle In an Impressive candlelight I The party was hold in thecourt presided over the shot ; Leader f
Woman Of The Year met Tuesday afternoon at the ceremony led by the president, room or the Bradford business mooting Mrs I* U.y ,i -..w'a '

church with circle chairman, +t Marian Green and. assistedby County Court House where an fowell rend an excerpt front I .

The Starke Business & Professional Mrs. J. E. Hardy, presiding. ar ,l vice-president Oerrl Mooty. attractive green color motif I a newspaper celebrating the i' ."; ..-.
Woman's Club will Mrs Randal Chitty was In the following members were was con-lei out In the party I 100th anniversary of the burnIng I :'i: .; ..'
honor Mrs. Arlln McKnight as Installed: Marilyn Bolllngei. decorations. of Columbia.
,barge of the program, "Sea- i 'e .Mal. .
Business Woman of the Year M Martha Dennis Gloria Oib- The gift table: was covered' Iho Hfusloy hum was. doconitai I '' ",
and In Our Church.
Ing Doing
for 1963-661 at a dinner TUesday ii eon Cheryl McRae, Sharon with a lace I'lot.1owr -
There were 16 members and RI't''I1IInf"n << with iirriingnnie/ Ut ofI,I ::;
night In the Garden Rest- one visitor present, and one Noegel and Sandra Register. and hni, n huge white American Houuty roses. for the '" ((3 Pd .
aurant. The dinner highlight member + Th seven girls attired In I watering pot centerpiece!' trim meeting and I in the hallway, 44 : ,
new ct e.
local observance of National The Brownlee Circle. of theFrtot semi-formal gowns were given I, med with multicolored! ) flowers was HJi arrangement, of plm1" t'
Business Woman's long stemmed pink carnations The refreshment also '
Week Oct. Church met I table t con lilllL'H anti munsanltu' ,! t d
1723.A I t y, Baptist Dot 12 for the Moore-Davis and. tall pink candles for the I overlaid with a lace cloth: overgreen wood with A, parakeet\ perched ,;\ N M .cry
Tuesday nigh ; '
native of South Carolina. Mrs.W Engagement Told ceremony' Their mothers. i I linen was centered i with Mr*. McKnight is Nursing Director not meeting of the year. members from the senior club I, two white wedding bells decorated curved. salad, '
a course << ;
A. Circle Chairman.presided t
of the Health Departments Hogan Mr and Mrs Aubrey R stood bfhlnij: their I daughters. with pink: flowers, satin. the social hour and. wet as- .1.1; : .t
In Bradford,' and Union over the meeting Moore announce the ensagc- During:' the business meetIng ribbons: and white"- doves. Mis slated. by Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng ..ft/ t "
Eleven members were present.The Jayne Hardy and her com- Dyal and )? Make the scene e
Countlea with ment and approaching marriage Miss Ellington presided and Mr*. E. I<\ Matthews.. I ;( I Aa
She ha* been active In civic meeting opened prayer of their daughter, San- mittee presented the new year at the two punch bowlsat ,j 5 -
and community affairs since by Mrs. Hogan dra K.. to Harold K. Davis books to the members and the each! rndj< of the table. I jh/ t pretty as a picture (tn "
joining the staff of the local The new officers were voted son. of Mr and: Mrs Harry K by-laws were reviewed Plans Aroimi: the bowls were ga I'- Suwannee Group
Health on by the circle: and each of- were discussed for at dance on lands of white I III
Department in 1947. Davis all of Starke. mid pink rom Holds Meeting the perkiest shift of jet
She Is a member of the Order 1 I ficer and committee chairmanwere The wedding will be an November 13. Martha Bolllng- buds Mrs nnmiMor cut tine\ I

ol{! Eastern Star Chapter; 224. given! their duties by the event of October 30 at 4:00: er treasurer gave a report on sheet cakes which WI'I'e11'01'" Suwnnnve\ _,,'\l.HIOn or the ,.... .' the se.ison. It's the
Btarke. and was active with .I Ne.r Circle Chairman.For p m. In the Klngsley Lake the recent bake sale ate 1 In green. in-iiultlva BaptlHt dUI"'I'h1tIt' f ei i
''I the Starke Woman's Club for + 4 the program, "My Baptist Church.Mr. ) i A social' hour In the sunroom Potted palms were- placed at held Oi-t 8. 9. 10 at Unliu ft>1\{\ "Bobbie 11

1. many :years participating in Church" the Brownlee Circle Davis Is associated: with followed: the meeting vantage points throughout the Church live miles west of, portrayedIn 9

A minstrels and comedy shows and the FAhel Biggs Circle Independent Life and Accident The tea table was covered with room. Still'ko. The 131st annual ao'as.. '
for the benefit of several civic South Caioltna Joined together for ther pro- maul ance Company and. Ml.w an Imported cutwork' cloth( and The hostesses, prweivtxl I the stun opened, KrUlny ut 10 1\.111. paint pallet sh.dos. "

organizations Mrs. Knight: Joined the gram. Mrs, M. A Payne, program Moore U secretary to L. J. centered by a fan-shaped ar- I honoree with an electric" hand with KMer U. I O) Fish' vf lien\ ;; n a

Mrs. McKnight has servedon Bradford County Health Department chairman, was In charge Kite. rangement of pink seasonal mixer as a memento of the occasion St Mary preHltllngTv I 4" 82% wool 18%)

the board of directors of in July 1947. as a of the program AU friends and relatives are flowers Linda!' Rae Rosier presided enty-thrt'e churches of ,
the March of Dimes and I Senior Public Health Norse A social hour was enjoyedby invited to attend. A receotlonwill over the punch bowl. Approximately 100 11'111'111.1Iw'.e the Association' Wererrpie. I .* '- nylon homespun. 5..15'IS'OII ,1

the Tuberculosis Association After one year she \was named the two circles after the follow at the home of Mr. Invited to attend t thU de- aunted the imtlmatcnl. crowd I.r'' ".

working continuously with the I Supervisor of Public Health program. The Brownlee Circle and Mrs. r..J. Kite YWA Members llubtful affair 1MI( atttimllng utuixluy:; 1111-1 'J

program of mass x-ray survey Nurses of Bradford and Union furnbtfied refreshments for the Have
education. and service to patients Counties the position she< retained meeting.I Dinner Marks HousepartyAt Stork Shower placed j 1 wrier" tha huge O' kll"" '
For" many years ahe has I; until her promotion last Midlakes ruumllrg the biilMlng where M
I For Mrs Francis ily
served as a member of the executive July 1. Since coming to Bradford ;!- 30th AnniversaryDr. members listened l to U.e songs' > .1

committee of the Cancer \ County. Mrs. McKnUhl Associational Young Women's Auxiliary I amt nitMiuignt from the J..II.I"I." .) 's .
and Mrs. L H Jenningswere iMra. Charles I Francis wtuihonored
Society and for the past Universityof members of the New' River v
has returned to \the Headed
I WMU host at birthday and at a delightful stork'shower
two Service a; Baptist Afwoctatlon enjoyed a
years as Chair-I North Carolina to .tt-n man. Also die hat assisted in'I' in Cancer 'By Mrs. Yawn anniversary party at the house party last weekend ]Monday afternoon after Sumtuy"' \\11h..n nlilfiMliliuiml
d summer courses Oreen Turtle Restaurant, adhool. l at the home or Alva.Jerry ..
her ntirslng capacity, with the I Control. Tuberculosis and October's and 9. at the Mid- basket .illnnnr mrvpilwuh .
mods Polto' immunization and II Home Accident Prevention. I i Mrs. Levy B. Yawn of Law Jacksonville on Saturday lake home of J. W. Horne :I OilY given' by the tenrli- day at mom mippliMiinnt r
tn local was elected: 196S-64 president nigftt. Speakers Included< Dr. Jean era of Htarke Rlempfvlary"
Civil Defense work. tey
| A member<< of I the First Baptist : l by frle.1 chliken find fish
She has I of the New River Association The occasion celebrated the Dlckman missionary from School.I.I i
actively participatedIn
; Church of Starke Mrs prvpnrn/| I the gmiimlit, cashday h
1 of the Baptist Women'sMiwlonary birthdays of Dr Jennings and The honoree wiprennnteit, .
and and Mrs.
Oajia. Mr
helping the indigent children I: McKnight served M chairmanof I '' for the t'niou' Church
) of the community tit cooperation -' the receptloiial committee I Union at the Quarterly Mrs. Lex Oreen and the 30th Claikson of Oalnesvlll with M baby bnthlnette, from! mnmhc's. .
with the Lion's Club meeting at the First wedding anniversary of Mr Mr. Clailuon i III administrator her hoHtemo as .K nivnionto''
since 1981 when this com- She next. Annual I Mmutlun of S
Church in Lawtey lastThursday and Mrs Lea Oreen i of the ommMlon. (Oirn-Coln and I
screening for ahrht i Baptist of the> Alachua General Hospital .
Other .
conM'a-1|I mlttce was organized the affair with the i the Huwinn( Aria .kttlun will "
7., Enjoying rake were enjoyed.
tJon October .
Junior .
program the I include I .
church activities Iw hold amiSim
Kil.lny.' Saturday
Woman's Club dental program& ,I I 'I Mrs W. B. Mundy was honorre were Harlan Jennings Mra C. L. Cooi' >er. YWA director Atteniting, were all the ton- I
membership of Woman's Missionary \ the Jaycee's annual Chrlntmasparty named vice-president, Mrs R, Mr and Mra Curtis for the a.wnclatloti. was Chen; Mrs Charles Hardy. I Htin.UyIn i -
Union past chairman (> -t. haul\ Mt
< itt l Zion
and the Salvation Armysummer MUslorw Union L. Bradley, secreury-treasur Sanders Jr siLt Mr. and Mrs. In charge of the house party. mother of ,the honoree, and j I I II t : .
of Community Church Nike.
I YWAi Walter' Jennings Jackson Mr' Robert. 'k ..... I, nmr Huller .
camp pr'OfIram. Work- for several years, taught Pun' I Ie-I'. Mrs C. L. Cooper Myrl< .rc>tarycof / .
inglth the County Welfare I; day School for many years i director; Mrs. D. E. Hill. OA : viUe.I Mrs. Caldwell Starke fUomentary.Services;) a
Board in determining the and Is substitute teacher In director, and Mrs. R L. Smith, I I I _... -, '._'---"'." ___- ---.--
needs of the community. and the Junior a Department for the i I Sunbeam<< director AMocia I Suzanne SawyerHas Attends MeetingOf Set -_ --- .:."""' : :.i-..._- .'1-: ..o.L'I : ..--.-.___ -

as *' member of tho"Bradford ,I 2 > tlonal prayer chairman Is Mrs Crown Chapter
past Yf"IU'II.Whl. Birthday Party
Wine\ Mrs Charles j j I I ---- H
County Children's Committee ..* working In the, field Ralph ; Fri. AfternoonMr. -
rrYlrm' In various capacities. of general public health nursing Harvey U In charge of Cont- Susanne "Sawyer" celebrated. I Mr. J, a Caldwell ttemlo.l

are among the other activities I which corutiU of prevenI inanity Missions, Mrs. EfTle : her fifth birthday Wmlnewlnyaftermion the which fill her busy schedule; ,I tatlve medicine. Mrs Mc- Carter' Mission Study; 'and when heir mother Crown fkf (he National Kxeru. Crawford, 65

Mrs* McKnUriO .r*<1ii"/ie-1 Knight' saw the need for expanded :Mrs. Jerry Dyal. stewardship.. I| Mrs. Chart. sawyer gave a I live Homiekeeper'il Amoriatlon I I
from Olanta Hlght School service" to IrvcluJe Mrs. O. S Martin retiring party fur h..rIi! ton friends I butt, T; unnUx. *t ,h. .llolkliy Services will be held. FtUlay

.. Olanta. South caroim. M- care of th4 sick in the. home WMU Association president The party war held. on the Inn in Gainesville. October 14 trait tlwt, Union I
calved her nursing degree from I laM physical rehabilitation. presided at the meeting- and patio whore the Halloween Mr*. CahlweM hot b..inhoiMekffeper Pilmlllve Biptlut/ Church for \

Columbia Hospital! School of I Il-r most current project has Following" Uv bininesa motif was carried out with at the Bradford Thomas Clayton Crawford, IB,

Nursing Columbia.: South Car been the orrwilzatiorv of the devotional period'ln Lavtey'snew crepe p.4>.r scallops t t. wit*.tint, County hospital for seven of SUiks who din..} at his residence .
lollf-.nd from the University Bradford County Public: church .building the Law- pumpkin and candle. at van- I year and U a charter member Tuesday af lei!' 'noon, following
I of North Carolina, through a', Health Marstng Advisory I ley WMU was hostess lorI tag point and vli...preeldent l l of the an extx-nrlcvd. 111111'....

one year state! scholarship the Council. Th purpose of this! i luncheon. The children were given favor I Crown Chapter Mr Crawford was born In

Certificate Irt I Public Health I i organization Is to act as and of Halloween party hail i I A dutch reel lunchann wa OiRrlton County leorjlu on
Nursing After" which she per- advisory' board to the local and pumpkin candy cup.| flUwlwRh en>>ye sued her Public Health furs' health department in all ms t. Birthday Party caixUe. *. Mrs. Sawyer I president. Mr*. Ann Vestal I the late Thoiiiiis A and Hid

Ipa career. by Sumter County, I ten concerning the public 1 For Anne Haynes took the children for a ride I president, gave a .necnlnar on nry Raulerwm Crawforrl' lie!'
through the wonl" In a trailer I "written. com m u n I <' atlon" I had "born a rr'sktsnt of Hind I

Anne llaynea celebrated her pulled by a, traitor after Plan wr nuule. for the November ford County slnoe childhood
I tenth birthday Friday with a meeting which will IM am was. a member of the
which refreshment were en.J"yad. -
slumber party for four friends : a combination of Founder'j, Union Primitive ilupllst
:;; at the Haynes' summer home I Day and Itua*.. dinner. Churrh
"Isn't it fun ltl on 8s nM Fe Lake, lie. retired hut year' from
Helping Anne celebrate the I i 50th Anniversary Recent Births the Ilrariford County Bht-rlff :

ocr i.'lon on Friday' and Batui | I epiirtmcnt. duo t'III Health

to romp on a cozy, ay were Gayle Hatcher.C'irol Observance Set I II I II..U'.I County 11..1'.1..1. l li I lie!' .nerved sit radii. operator!

Ann Orady. Cheryl Ann ;i I Mr. and Mrs lUlford. AII I i i anmninr the following trtrth. i( and 1 wj a deputy for several i

warm floor? I PhlUlpsi! and Barbara Vallnskl ,I II vares will celebrate' Ureic 60th. Mr ami Mm. JA""'"n ll I I
Hun- i i Siitvlvlng' are hu widow
.I1t'h..1 l lOne
i I wedding anniversary on Waters. Wark. a mm, :
O"t. 17 at their home at I Chester" Alvares Crawford
day I Oat. 8. ; a
I Altar Society one Iniuhter' Mm MI1I1..1Ollhflry. /
801 Alton road when their Mr and/ 1 :Mr. James Arthur
d s Rt Fxrwarrf Altar A btothrrs I/jnnle Cr.wrIId
2t .
will meet tonight. Thur..I,.,.. I I I "(>P"' haw Arthur (Mann. Jr., Ot t H,
( Hull AU friends and relatives of and Mr herald Pariah Mr
lit 7':.TO r mint h. L-
r rf .
Crawford' both of
with Mr Klrhanl Iu.:har". the couple are Invited to, oil :' Johns. HalT'iM. a daughter. "
.' iurPI wit : and Mm Michael t Oilnnoly as I between the hours two and Teresa Ann. fXH to l lMr I rMldren Jacksonville, and; two" grand ,,,, '

five o'clock'Back I'I and l lira ItrglnnM I Leon I
hnn tease.iealtb 1 -
| rulers II If Rawls and 1 1lI..rm.n
Unrlrblll, a ,daughter Oct II. I Moody will officiate The fun of watching things grow make the effort( worth.
1: To School
nursing program I I I at the. service tomorrow ftur-' II

In recouniuon of her many ,I 1 Set By PTA I IThe I Building Permit 11.1 will follow In the 'family. while. It's true of bubbles,-children-. .-and-Saving;

endearur in the field! of Public I In the Crosby I Lake ('..mI!- with right along with your'
I savings
Health Nursing Mrs. Me-I i Bradford High rtchool O I). Oxley. Ill Funeral i lacy under direction fif IJII- (, us can grow

3 Knight received the Public PTA will have -Bsrk ToSchool" Home. 802. <)uk HI new root Wilt C Jonei, Funeral I lime ambitions :E EI

Hi. .:th Award gtren by the night neil Tuesday ."00 Au( 30 I at darks :
Rtsrkn Chamber of Gnmnwret evening at 1:30: at the Cafeteria Chapman C cllor\ (.'0 .

4 In 1K4. which read: "For ren- \. Charles llariy: residence, N Mr. Center 53 OCTOBER CARNIVAL 1 OF FREE GIFTS :
:crux unnelfUh loyal. du- High arhool parent are Walnut St. new roof. 1937 I
tlrlCUIarvke ss a Public urg 'd to attend anj meet the Kept 2. Of Starke I! HI"ui. l IN:>of 1'JCHaU-H-4( ; { : : I]f,

Health) Nun. providing for mU 1 the needis of otlvsrs. above the clajMrooms. Eaton parent ltd. mlJd..lIl\C.. tlOOO. Sept I, vvrui, e/

.n*. beyond the call or duly will\ be given' their child 2. Piamper Karl.. Otleer 1)1 tit r AN Oll PLASTICINS ( t\ tI'f, ,

lira McKnteht. U the mother schedule for the shoot day Ernie Pats. Oren Acres. Htark ctiol .iwl'ienly upon arrival ; rxsmo.MrjiMIMA'H'KK( HI: 'J /_ '.
of two children. David who and visitation wtll last seven electric. impruvenvrnU. Sept\ at a |local honpttal sun )
nudes with her tn Starke. minutes for each: period" I II !ig, lay afternoon follrniring a .v\-. ; tl '' : .:. IWI.

? and Mrs, Don Kortes of Oxon paramote. Homes building den illness ./".:"

Hill: Maryland I lardee-SuIlivan' on 8 Temple: Ave construction :- Mr fkilgrr. a Maptlat. and f a HANI* fIMIKUOie IUWHln:1J: ('IIUO\...:
speaker of the 33.OOO. Sept i lIS veteran "f World War II WNa
The prlnelpej:
__ f"\'flIlnIr will be Ms Helen L', Mr and Mra.' Jane A. Bui- ,, W R. Onion. 909 Edward b,rn Kept 24. 1012' In lr! *."l- I' l'ICAIIIri'IIJGII'EKILe : : <: :

Robert of -tuonvlUe. DU- Bran announre the marriage fid addition. II,400. Sept .21 ford\ Ctionty and resided, li.r.

give your family a '"" trkt Director District III of their daughter.. Carolyn Florid House Crafts Brown all/ hfc. IHeSurviving (IIKCK: Wllll 1 IS:41101,, TTIIKSK: : FINK:> : .'IU:.: GIFTS
happier warmer .. BUaoetti. to Franklin residence. repairs 1..900Bept .
BPW club Other honoredaueata Terry U his. wVlowMaM I IIi
rr with a beautiful, new seated at UM head table Harder. son of Mr and J\.frs'\ ;' :22Elizabeth I, Geiger' three tlaugh II I HAVINGS( :> ;: IN lit{ INK; ijoril K\HS: FUOM TIIK: 1ST T1hINSI'tl.: : ,, ,

will be<< Miss Delia Rosenberg.Florida U B. Hardee. aU of HUrk i I I' Beymour Walnut ten. Mary, Jan., Tarvma soil l lMlblrvl I lOCU(' AOI'' NT NOW' SO IF VVIM' / KAUN: .\ FUI.I (Ut'AltTKU: : ? = 11:1 11:1iI I'1':' '

state BPW f :eratlon Th wedding' look i plan Saturday Rt remodeling 'I4OO Sxpt I 0"111(". two ..,rut hiupert (Ii' ..rfr "

: HEATER star president. and Public, Mrs Relationa Mr Dorothy Dt Chairman Dyal Milberter -- The mornln-couple with In are remi4'ntemporarily parents AU: i;:,' corMtrurtlon 23Charles Souse Lett.tTjOOO Craft Heuo Hevt.. houw A. 3 T* '\ J Miark R.and,.",'.M"nt eel lleth.] one
Aooistsnt Dv uirt< Director on Rt 2. Box .K. Htarke' Mr'' Fonda .
Hardee t* employed with Paul reat'enee.: 8I. I'\a\ fit *.. wr. hell' from thH IiI
SntCLKK baa doe W lain hiituan luau. and e. The final of DtatrVt artivity HI of NaUon. Florid Pest OInt<<.ol. repair. and siding. 92,250.Sept i t>M>4 linptut. (,''"It'h Tu.. :: i ASSOCIATION OFI. STARK I II

law IUM T.*.. tkat I"W jwa doe.rl f &J 1 BPW .week wilt boI! the. at. ; 2< day with Kv W L NvwmainaofAnla :: 'T1./
.merl..f (1'F.R: FUKHt IIKATa Cr is a.d tendanr of local) M-mtes toP Eastern Star Florida\ < (louse Crafts, Wit >tif>C Burial folknl in hl 21M. S. Temple I'hune 961-IS/Mh/
.. fcriimunflnltum\ mud w .....fore. llama teUdenre N Oak. lit KYrg.hy l l lake Cemetery etwl.r -I
s..p.r ...a far uj..f *ubtlvA arid. State BPW retention ,_
Mf 400 20M lUrentkm of f"Wltl* C J I
BdU Kept
__ tnftUnc at th* Diyfm Plaza Th4 Need frwtrurtor of
rtITS -
Ihlpl In Daytom Beach. Oct fiMtrfc-t nil ht will be Iwewnai. A Payne. Beiwent". Kd Funeral H,itn. of Htarfc"!. --. .,'(01,1.0yone\ i.oi II Hal(; SCHOOL: TKAM' ,

23 23 and 24. Member mtng at OK Kutrn War MlnlC''. rrnwtroetkon. trlJOO Ort II TIU'ltMIIAV., Oct. I I New Smyrna at -ItukI': K. 1' *,,** at i

A FACT" YOL CAN IX) HKTTKIC: from U>e Starke eM win be Monday nigM .t .a. 00 ork..kIn TIDE RIOItT rWTT far ....1 nil: RK.IIT r >INT' far the lAb| flutter ', j I II

Miss Rflnenferrf. Mrs DyatHr the Ma.<... HallFbvMie war ,ee vrlU... ('_ In and CalUruin '.
and : HvlxhU at
war r_ wrlU. C**> In .'ltllJ.\" Oct. ,IT--Key.ton I
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. *. MUberger. Mia MdceMkkCeton whet farl r TfR- _l"d year rvrtt EitTEK I
and Mrs. MarramF Ktlefcnnfc' $Jje *| th.T.Ugrepk .,I I I fSfCOOK:year faaailala) psi,. 7Fi F.GKFlL :- nKHlK faentaJn pa TI'LE'Trl.graeh : 1!. Watch K.r The r'lrml .....''p'.1 .FletleslLa. at the name; Thur rny M ht' i iI I I

131& E. Call SI. Phone flfil-1321' Brown club president *.%'.-"Im'mTe'w, r. r .n"-I an s+--,w ,_ x -"J1li'! 1 .[ "-.
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.. Fill'in' PEkAUN411t1). 1'H11N'1'Y'u.kt.NA'll) :...M-tltnf. : ). u1Alnllb% THt'RSDAT. ocr 11.I ",

"' '.. '... '114rssw4 r .arrw.i-a-r. i by the Starke Jaycees and the : hours training! earlier In theafternoon
L' '' '' '' ++. I RECREATION NEWS\ I Parks and, Recreation Depart- ," stated Capt. JamesF.

L : ment Saturday Oct. 9, were Bloorfworth' unit comman
Ct- I 3 r. I honored at the Recreation Cen- ; der. "All member of the unit

__-,-, BANTAM POOTIItlJ i the instructor and a fee of 50c ter Monday Oct. 11, along with I are reminded that they are to(
The Bantam Football Program -)I'. will be charged for each class: the parents of the 'tooys. The report ta( the Armory at 7 a.
iY t : J 1"'" program was made possible by i m."
pitrka which ,pom orerf.( by the meets each Thursday
Ir IRI, nh 1 rl nJ \ ,ytw and Recreation Department: of evening. All participants are lerwlllegar Ford. Coach Dave I "Kmployers and Guardsmenneed

I ,,. the City. of starke wilt Kick- requester. .to wear slacks, or Hurse presented the awards to to understand that this
\ : .f tJ' ; the winners, and all were is a part of the obligation
:t.- ha Off the Season Saturday night'Oct. shorts and to bring a rug or I I:
treated to refreshments. that each
member of
:. 16, at Bradford High large towel to be used for the unit
r. I TEKN: TIME: takes when
enlisting: and each
Football Stadium' This will padding. Ladles may registernow then I,
f, Last Saturday night member )is to attend
D\ be the first year that the games or attend i the 1st class
". ) boys and girls enjoyed a danceto all training assemblies,"
have 'been played: under the without pre-registerlng.
1 the music of the "Chess I Bloodworth, said.
< lights. More than a hundred DANCE
( .
,_ ... men." This Saturday. Teen " unit has no vacanciesat
boys are participating In the Square dance instructionshave
Time will be open for social I this time but be
LI league this year along with /85 'been temporarily discontinued -
activity from 7 to 11 pm. able to enlist a number of men
Cheerleaders. The schedule for due to lack of participatlon. 1-
now and the end of
Saturday calls for the Lawtey Plans to the i
are begin
I the :
iue to
To Train year : transfers and
Guard |
team meeting Southern Dis- lessons again as soon as thereis discharges" stateJeTsonnel:! )

count at 7 p.m. and Holiday a demand for some If you This Weekend \ officer CWO A. L.. Crosby, Jr
Inn of Starke vs Doyle E.' would like to learn to square I Persons interested In the
Conner Ins.. at 8:30.: All teams dance please make it known The local National Guard Guard program are Invited to
?,w'd' will be wearing complete new by calling the Parks and Recreation unit Company D 53rd Support ,i visit the armory.
+ r yI uniforms this year and we feel Department at 064- Ball, will conduct week- | Drills over the weekend will

sure you will want to be pres- 7441. These people who have end training assemblies this ;I consist! of on-the-job training,

ent to see the future Tornadoes participated la the program weekend Get 16 and 17, at'l'IBlandlna. ': classes in basic military sub-

in action. will tell you that it is a very the local armory and Camp jects and activities at Uw

SLlMNAoIIW! l '4 enjoyable activity and Is one ranges at Camp Blandlng

The physical exercise class of the very best Recreational ': The training; will)) begin at
for women has been organizedand I 7 a. m. and continue until 4 j filE RIGHT rorti; for pea
the first class will meet at p. m. each day. i way you write. the Recreation Center on I'unt, I'UMM.... and Kl<'k AurnnU "This Is an hour earlier select, your favorite ENTER-

I Punt Pass And Kick Winners i Thursday evening Oct. 21, at The winner of the PP&K than in the )past but will pel'i i:BROOK Fountain Pea TELE.

1 7, Mrs. Adel Mitchell will be contest which was conducted mlt us to complete our eight I GRAPH.

Winners. of the Punt.. Pass & Kick Contest sponsored Davpy Prescott, 1;, Dale Johns! 3, and Randall McGhee, 2 l'l'by '

Clyde Terwillegar. local Ford dealer, and the Starke (not shown),

Jaycees through the City Recreation Department are shown Winners in the 13-year group (not pictured) were: I

above. !Michael Lyon, 1st; Keith Patrny 2nd; and Greg Rlherd, 3rd.

Left to right (top photo): 8-ycur-oldH, Tommy fledOne entry, 9-year-old Eddie, Hazen, scored a total of I FOOTBALL GAMETAUIIUT

dish, first place, and Dale C. Johns second place; 10year207 points vhlch exceeds some -winners' scores from J lost ;I

olds John Thomas, 3: Gray: Flynn, 2, and Itiddie Hazen, 1: year's national competition. Officials say he has a good

9-year-olds, Bill lay 3; Steven Thomas, 1. and Charles chance of advancing beyond the local competition.

Green, 2. The contest: was held Saturday morning on the highBottom

photo: 11-year-olds, Ilickey Bennett, 1; Oe.orge, nihonl football field ami Coach David Hurse presented the

Barton, 2 (not shown), and Dale demons, 3; 12-year-olds I awards !Monday night at the Recreation Center rya

I I VI..V. .

4 Ball GolfTourney I Motor Parts Tied I

HeldA For First In

J Jm THURS. 14-8:00 P.M.
Bowling LeagueStarke
Four Ball Dogfight Tournament -
I ,
was held at the Slarku\!
Motor 1-arts moved n
D> ii W AUTO SUPPtr INC.UttDEKS Golf & Country Club last 4
HARDWARE ANtt SU TIV I into a tie for first place by ?ari
Sunday afternoon with, four >f hCarolyn '
stopping) Independent Tale. Co.
teams entering The Tourna- 4-0. Dob Drake led the Purls
ment was played on a points TORNADOES V8. NEW
boys /with a 571 aeries. 1 K.
system, eucih player In a team
Patz sot the puce for the losers -
having a quota of points to
with a 482/! set
\ make based on his or her
j jr handicap. Winner of the Terwlllegur' :Motors! found For those of you who have HIGH STADIUMAll
qUl I I
Tournament wan the team the going tough losing 3 of 4 not !been on the course lately

r having the highest "plus" or to Faulkner's" Sinclair Service jit really \to In good shape Everything

least "minus"The Ben Allen led Fuulkners witha .looks! 00 pretty and! i

team of Gertie McRae, a 6CO 539 set set was Harold high Davis for with Tyr- yViu con tell It has had proper I Tickets at Gate $1.50 Student Activity Card Good For All Home Games.
Shirley Johns, John Godwin <$ire lately. Saturday was a .
and Marlon Elder took top wlllegarn. (/ !nice golf day. Jack shot an Children Grades 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parents.

honors with a plus two. Sec- Gem Jewelry topped QI1mp' easy 40 while I struggled along I

w..rleVg ond place going to the teamof Blending 3 to 1. Chary!"! Wll- ,.tlbh much more than a 40. !

Dr. H H. Adam, Bob Mc- Hams rolled a 540 esF fo lead The Ladles Golf Association -( u *

Rae, Clyde Terwlllegar and J. Gem. Frank WolfrtJ' 620 decided to extend through the I-
"Sono wl. guy nalUd my B. Godwin I was ,high for Blandmg. weekend the tournament or
," r
lunch buck M lh fl."
Clyde Terwillegar announces Draw-Tit Co. came out on event played each Ladles Day.

that there will be a Parent- top stopping team Noj, 9, 4. to I The only requirement la that
GET ME\ A NAIL Child Tournament Sunday I 0. Walt Koby was !high for your partner must be a mem-

PULLER FROM I In Sunday, Oct 17 starting at 1 Dinw-Tlte with a 576 series,I *T of the association. This i

& W WJJLDEKS) ; p. m" Mother-son or daughter and 216 game to win the Jack' \Will give) all you working gala ..'-
HARDWARE Father-son or daughter I pot.) Bernie McGee wa high chance at the fun. Uertle Y .,. ti f, r

i, scotch foursome (selective for No 9 with a 437 net. I tRue was appointed this

I) a w Aura Supply INC drKes1< [alternate shots] 9' or Clay 'Electric moved up to I week's orgartUer.

.I 18 holes Callowsy handicap 4Lh place stopping the Starke Remember the Parent-Child l

system Entry Fee $1 pert I Jaycees 3 ti> 1. Walt, )Edrnond-' Tournament this Sunday, Ort.

team Let's really make this a I son with 53d wag high for 17, at 1:00: p.m. Curds, were!
family\ affair and join In on I
BIPILDERS NARDWARF AND SUPPIV Clay Electric while Wilber mulled with the Information, ss
the fun Bring your son or I Y,
Grover led the Jaycees witha sure sounds like fun. .
daughter out to play. Families ,, \ 4
469. Good luck to the ladles play- \
who play together stay together. -
j Team Standings: Starke ing In Inverness next Tuesdayfor
Mtr. Parts 17.7; Terwillegar. the (Jolf-A-Rdund. '
-ic b .1'
17-7; Gem Jewelry, 16-8; Clay .Carolyn E. Haves..; *'
I Electric,. 14-10: Camp Bland- I

Ing; 12-12; Faulkners- 12-12 Police 1965 TORNADO FOOTBALL SQUAD
Report |
Draw-Tlte, 12-12; Starke Jaycees -

$50RP TRADE-IN 10-14; Independent Tele... Eight Cases i iHlarke
Police eight.
TWILIGHT ; report
LADIES:LEAGUE; arrests for the week ending Sept. 17 Macclenny 0 Starke 24 Oct. 22 Palatka Home
on old heater Oct 13.Georgo.
your Joyce Ward Barton rolled a Sept. 24 Santa Fe 6 Starke 28 Oct. 29 Live Oak Home
526 series to lead. topflight Norsworthy, 30,

';' REGARDLESS OF D&W Auto Supply In tha Starke, public intoxication Oct. 1 St. Augustine 6 Starke 13 Nov. 5 Fernandina Away
7"r Ladles Twilight League this live days In jail. I

) :i MAKE OR CONDITION week. Alice Reach! also of Leroy Hunter, 42, Union S. Oct. 8 Orange Park 0 Starke 41 Nov. 12 Lake City Home

D&W, was runner-up for high C., public Intoxication, five
Oct. 14 New Smyrna Home Nov. 19 Green Cove
honors\ with 482. Imo- Away
-' score days In jail.

1t k:: n JZ I I gene Bryan of Sleepy Hollow John J. Roberaon, 35/ Starke,
was In third place with 472.

'' ., l kfromMODEL I Standings: D&W, 16-4; bomlk unlawful$37,110.Jack .speed, forfeited This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters

i"I' Sleepy Hollow, 14-0; Andrews
-- Drug 11-9; Draw-TUe, 10-10-: Rick, 38, Cleveland O.,:

.,. ?: ;; I B&O Truck Stop. 10-10; Oem driving without license, forfeited CANOVA PHARMACY SHE: YOU AT THE: GAME: : GOOD UTC'Goodman's '\!
ifM''''' bond, $17.50.
>> Jewelry 9-11 Noegel's 301.
| ;
Service Station
'' : "t 4t ; '. : 17'4-12H'!! ; R-ma'a I Beauty Alfred Lee Davis, 23, Putnam Phone !9CI-I6GI Startle; Fla. HURST'S 66
!l !;r. 'r Shop, 7-13; Reynolds InsurI Hall, unlawful speed. forfeited Seeher !oodman.; Owner SERVICE STATION
i tinlfprnir,c m- \ ance <3'ii-13'i.! bond, $17.00. I Gulf I Products (ioodyenrTirtw& lotteries
Eddie: Le Stone, 23, Starke tT f. S. 301 '
7110-E TV Center theft,
Keeps petty not guilty driving
without license, that 27oO.: I.ErS GO TORNADOES:
First Place
I 15* A IfcHwter "For
IRA ii Tommy Lee Hemlerwon., GIB BROWN The Tornadoes
Mixed DoublesT Stark., 'public Intoxication, destroying 1IKST WISHES TORNADOES"

I V Service Center took city property, amipetty TIMLOG, INC. SERVICE STATION SHUFORD'S STANDARD

es Oil HOME HEATER three points from William's days In theft jail total of twelve WE BUY I.IT.MIIKK IT'S KICK OFF TIME! SERVICE STATION
Jewelry to keep!' first place In | 5 Miles\ South on :301

Thursday! night's Mixed Dou- DENMARK FURNITURE
bles bow Una1 at Starke Lanes. stone Saf-Gas, 10-10 "Let's (Have Another Winning" I ) Season"' !
Walt EMmond.son: rolled A 10-10: William's Jewelry 9-
535 series for the Service Cen- 11; Murrhee Insurance I GROCERY A. J. THOMAS
AUTOMATIC AIR.FEED l'- %1 ter while Bones Mahoney had and Team No. 8, 4%-U%"
a. 557 series for Williams'.
/ AND CIRCULATING FAN Murrhee Insurance also took Independent Telephone VOLLEY STARLING '
Jf STANDARD EQUIPMENT. three points from Team No. 8 GROCERY \l. re Proud Of Our Coache: and Team

r OUAKER'S I wlbh Bob Drake bowling a high THE HIIADFOKO Corp. of Fla.
Automatic Air-Feed sup. j of 586 for the winners J. Al- COUNTY TELEr.ltAPH COMPLIMENTS: BILL EDWARDS
plies exact amount of
air to burner t 1 I 1t"1halt a 481 series for No. 8.
of all times, assuring highest burning I a r 1 + LaRue Insurance took three!' Published every Thursdayat "" "Yes! Ye4"V.'re! Behind You.Tornadoes" FARMER'S SUPPLY STARKE 66 SERVICE

efficiency lowest fuel cost. 1 -1 I I"ITS points from Carp's behind 138 W. Call St..
j QUAKER'S Automatic Circulating; Fan Earl Hayner's Stark, Fla 32091 .\ It. .
high series of NOEGEL'S AUTO Johnson11EST HAIL TO '
J turns itself off and on circulates SALES THE: CHAMPS: !
510. High series for the }losers E. U Matthews/ editor and
/ mor heated air than ordinary Y was a 556 by Marie Grant. publisher : USPRESCOTT : H. C. WALL INC.
footer. Circulates heat throughout the v Another three point winner Let'K All Support The Team ,

k borne IJTOUTIC. Ait rao was DAW Auto Supply which Second clou pmitag paid SHELL INSURANCE

M won over Keystone: Saf-Oas. at Starke, Fta. STARKE BUILDERS' SERVICECOMPLIMENTS AGENCY

A FACT YOU)(' CAN )DO) Im1 'tlt: AT" Jim Brummett had a 488 series Subscription Rates: SUPPLY

Bradley for the winners and Pat In trade area: $3.BO peryear :: WK CHEER: YOU ON TO \"'M \'
spun a 481 for Saf-
: DENMARK FURNITURE CO. $2OO six months.
Tram StandingsT Outside trade area: $I 00

.434 W. Call Street Phone 961-1.321 V. Service Center 13S6t per year: 1223 six: month, LAWSON'S MARKET
: LaRue Insurance U711)&W Member F. 1). I. C. AGENCYP'o.

Auto Supply. ll-; I

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OCT. U, 1965
_AO"JR""' fn rvrY 'trl.rCRArn.: BTAIUUC. ntnuo .
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I Reds Slop Orange Park 41-0 For Fourih Win I Heads Up DefenseTilley one Une is.Coach quicker Tony Ulan.O.tlfllh tie in .pA"lo;- w- II I

t.iw: the baiL"" Orimth says

I :iat In off season weight: and
Roaring through OrlUl"e", on Raider qual'lertade Coy Is
].,k in a 4l-u olii.i-out t If'PI-I 1 Whitener the Bradford line TopsAs equity drills Tilley wsethetartest ;,
.. ht. boy on the squad for
: : Bradford:
High's tore the R. ij"r rIJTe" all!) to I B-Squad Downs the first 10 years. Including;
| nuuloea cumplctly tluvos- "
nhreds .
TackJIm/ Godwin' '

.t the their pluck fourth Raiders in besii'es his TD recovered three : ... .,. 8, : ;,,.. .:.. I Lake ButlerI I Linebacker all Even the backs.though Coach Horse, ==.

.timing straight fumbles himself 11. almost/ :"( I'. he trapped beautifully _.
tory ''J'> the season had to Tl)'., but :c. ". .., wagainst
was so eager a, "
I !In First Win Santa Fe. It is on de.
"' ) '
| I b!; en the tu'I"II'J h'id .sooriev as> he plckxl up a loose balllust _. ....".' ... ..... .'. ..:. ..... '. ".,''A'.,. .. ,.,..i"" ,,ffi"" < '' I One of the most out tandmg use that Steve really ahlnes.In .
> and >
r Junior Jim God- "I
before the half that iw ; ,.' It.'it. .. ihls position. defensive
I ,ibbed : Downing Lake Butler 210I reasina tint. Bradfi( rd
a blocked :
n gr putt by. feU dur .l' i"/ : .
., ; t'' >: 'nal caller he
.. ; t is 1m-
just as
," I I i' nijhl Bradford High' High's Tornado football team ,
( d fcxldie J: Doug'is and raced .t' eay ql
Quarterback Donald Falru.ii .
to the end rcne in the. fnal|i led hj; teammates in the highe ': 1fj.La".r. \,'.:.:" ninth grade Junior varsity to rated so highly/ this season )-l f&rtanl nt.A oj the quaiterback, on .:
members won LICIT llrit Ban .la a llnebarkcr who madt the
iwt for the RiHls'
sixth t souring contest ,in several dee: of the season varsity as a U5-.x>und sophomore .' !
I uchdown. i5
Clashing through years by getting the Brat TD : iilley nut :
I e Raider ft -ew...ll at will and I; himself for two Ill's lesular: JV ouad. In- ,.. the .,..
more '
pamg me f
Mal ....-. : ... I 'hidtng nln'h and tenth gradi Senior Steve Tilley beganhis immaze.; even
Ing a dtrikea cnnsbit-l
and kickingnte of six extra after the oppo-tltlon. ha, line
| itly If'U earner) .s .hralrhe i played twice victorious I', varsity career. In the lad :la'r uy tint' *.<' the olfenstve quarKMlxdt -
two of the 1963
Ocalu Lake talon)
and I gamer
:Ie .rda.. Tn big end, rlpl.|xdtlirfM'Xh I over ,:...11., automatics, Til-
0-0 tltut Thursday when full-llncbHcker, Mickey
City to a : I I
rood and scored two TD' be- fouiocs' 41 points and QC'tu'il- the OrmiKr defender e.mln.. up Rte, JarUn. behind, and. went ..n t.. .more.He In tl1<'tr first! outln Coach Asner was Injured but nobody :f ,g, \ Icy h>s au many at sU or seven '

.,,re finally relinqukHhlng poe ly scored 11 of them himajlfHalbark U vcond In urnrme for the ToriuMlnn so far with hli four catches ((24 |>...lnli.>) and. Chuck Mason lauded. both e'-,i I auvcu has been able! to put .. .. ,/ I.1. ; ..- "I '.. dett'n.Iplays he can call

'nsion."X IKvlgbt Rider also hail. inl'K'it' nine- pni>- fur. I II" yards tn .lead la Mint' Urpartnirnt. forts especially the tough. 1' him buck en the bench lit some antes to mret dtftety:
>a/'h D.ivld tlur got into the scoring column threat That' .
grl a bigger take City and lusty entlng : .
tart and> Icu
',. scoml i-.alf but rtil! the ISO: yards: rushing Junior end Halfback Randy Joytwr got Against Lake Butler th' I m *cular 185 poun I \.1. ; < wUl 11:1): before/ It U snapped

I -natloca diuvc on. While the Sandy Sanderson caught the four yards> and Agner added J Tornadoes!! tallied In the: flstrtoxt Still not big by moat standards : : tits,, coaches say _
di. forewall completely rlflcJl I first touchdown of his .it more and m.arelntll'lt. Steve still thinks the best ..-
a !
career -
pea 1 : \ ; r with halfback, \ RinOrljjf" I the w>rt of Mir and:! Mrs :
',' Raider offence the Torna- on a 78 yard pave" pl.iy ', found the Trnadoa Just ahy ,iLk ..i..4<.,, t, '. .i.I,..:... :.c. carrrlnz' the mall DVt'r'' W E: Tilley Is all brawn hat ; game of nU career WM his et- i
',IMM rolled up U2'yard. ofaively the longest TD play of Cheseaxon. of the fret down. Tl>i.n on :: :; h. :.. ." .:" from three yard!! out to rllmix I lUhtnlnff actions, and plentyof .. .... ) fort In the final game of the

i 299 yards rushing Besides Saiitlerson :3U j third down Joyner burst<< over I .. ;''r.7', ., ..,:. .. ''. .',',' a OS yard, drive Tex Patrick'' weight between his ears /." '... 1963 spawn against toughOalnesvllle
i nd 143 In the air yard bomb, the Raider were HfM( tackle on a trap play' for .V ; .""' a added the extra point on a too, 'that he Is his team's drenMve i : !! High School as a
also 23 to the RaM 30. ; J".ti. I sophomore At 135 pounds and
Kel'plngont1:1ua1: preratireHiilftMirk : victims of Eddie Doug- yarrta r the : : .> dive plat sUnal caller or defensive -- ..
tae fourth TD pass of thi Tornadoes' longest run of the .. Halfback Bill Belote scored! quarterback, attests to against data AA competitionhe
season a 24 yard effort tn the fame t. .,.. .. i the Red*' second TD on a HO his roachei' confidence In his the> Tornado who caught:' player! the entire game at
second t period in which the Two running plAys netted l .. . yard punt return and Buddy I thinking ability Or a rue Park's r eedy halt linebacker and; led the Tornadoes

Tornadoes scored 21 points I six: yards then, before F konto .. IIfp Trawlrk. ran over the PAT He la also known. one of tack Harry Robert from be- In tackles
.wd ", .. .. .. .. ,,, Shad on hU lung kick off ietuin He looks for Lake City t to be
Receiving the opening kickoff | up the middle to Ed. ..' -- ,- .. The final TT eime- on a JIll the hardest: tacklers on a Tornado i I
after- winning the tow the' c.'o'. Douglas. for the third ouch I yard drive with fullback Text squad that has plenty of the toughest:! foe the. Tornadoes .
s Quarterback" .IKMUtltl .'....."n .hoots one of hi* the e\tr i "Ster. Is at the head. of( a will meet this season< with
vistting Tornadoes immediately down Douglas button hooked Patrick votn over for that itrldtlers who, can hit a ball
P4>'nl" Friday sight agalnol the. Kaldero. lie ha.* fits straight lung<< siMcevilon' of fine line. Pnlntka a close second Just
Hei i
drove 73 yards to score their to snag Falcon's pans, then core from four yards out, carrier and make him know it. |I
fret TD with two... minutes left1 I .whirled and. slashed right .uvre before finally muring. on bin last. try. Tim little' also ran the extra point hlxi That TUley's I 18A pounds has. buckets that have been produced playing<< them as they eome

In the Ant period. Falcon Elder I through: the only Raider between signal' caller had kicked. 10 of 13 PT tries this .wsa. i second of the night. plenty of muscle inlted In wan here since' I've been at Sieve merely .says the Tornadoes
I II Bradfoid IIUlu; Coach>>..1Id have '
"a chance
and fullback Mickey Ag-; him and the goal The I me victory aces. marred. I! proven beyoivi a doubt lu the' better
flee carried the mail on the> third TD, making it 21-0. carne, down at the Orange Park 48. "MTATIHTICMnils' hem",'enter, by the IOM of quarterback i' Santa Fe game this season i hung says of hla pulse defen than last year" to go all the

finrt drive but the longest<< play i, with four mlni tea left in the 1 Using fullback Douglas Con.I : or, Bill Adam. who hart I Cute ng from. his off-side line I' five" specialist. way 9>
J ner and !halfback Richard 'I First towna 18 2 'I I H. ktUta his none tn therewith "I think we're gonna have
was a 11 yard pasn." the first eoonrt< |wrtodKaMer. I thetartlnv borth on born the I ,backer spot the charting: Til
of the night from Falcon to Nan Crews Connell wteered the'I rushing 1A 1passing ninth and tenth grade. squads ley ran h 8<1.on Into a hole I II the best of tlll'11and a loud tram: he adkaTUley .

Douglas. Falcon lugged.. the j SUU spunky. even while taking Tornadrtmi to' the Raktar' on. 1 0 He will be out for a month I I full of the ItebelV 200 ponn t' he's doing a real" fine- Job as a maintains a solid B
whr. he run. out of down'" I 1 1 ".''fb. fullback pulling guard. Hume ad.'ed.Fur averaiie In the scheduleof
pigskin the final foot to score a shellacking. speedy' Rttkl- ,penalties I, iv "k Hill Belote will, Mac Crawford and
then kicked the Ant of lend l er halfback: Harry Roberts Whitener got the rtaktera. Yd*. gHiiMd 412 83runhtng be DOInto his sUnal call. I knotkeU him on hU he"la- I Uie first. time in his football math ant science COUMUS

hi* Ov. extra points. I took the Tornado kick off and out to the nut yard line. then I 2O9 6e That i iI j spot Adam crocked a Head down and using. hit |I sorscr. which goo back to which will prepaie him to seek

Booting a short kick off. raced back 6O yards to the before Forbes" had to go buck I passing I 143 0 I In hli. left arm In the qukk: reflexes': Tilley was tn'' the seventh .glade Tilley Is an engineering degree In col-

then the Tornwea quickly, Stark. 13 pefore he was finally to punt But the Tornadoesput 1 Y
regained poMeamon when the! hauld. down fawn behind the rush on, hart an Use
:. ..:... crazily bouncing pigskin rebounded '' by Tornado linebacker. Steve < .. Douglas blot ked Forbes INutsn Int. by 0 1 ,I tackle Charles Smith, defensive tie stopped) the big fullback ball ant' you hit Just go to member of the LettemtensClub .

..... off a Raider helmet Tilley, But tile brilliant return kickTh Fumble hart 0 4 / end Frank Tomllinon. dead In his tracks. That he I.I Ualw and the Junior Ctvttens
SVeve just about tel' '
Randy Jnynerbreak and tackle Jim Godwin f.ll on was nulllfh by. cbpptnp.naty ball bounced off the i Punts 1.38 8-It and mi--Jeguarl: I > fast on his feet on longer can He Is alno. 'tt\*' surest tackler

through, the. Orange the flmt of ht* three fumble and the Raiders had ground and into the waiting. Score by quarters.Hradfor : I Smith In the Luke 1''hbl.1 sprints was demonstrate' what they're onna" run before we ve got says Coach
arms of tarkle Jim' (Godwin. Park line for a gain 401 leyardv. With a first down at the Orange to sotlle for a first down on
Me .hiwl the" TumlOd._' Park 26. Falcon missed. their 34.They who ran It over from five Orng P 0 0 0 0 0TouchitiMrnii. Key fumble' by berth
yards' out foe the final I Tornado City and the Tornadoes stoj.
I : i run of 23 .......*. on two ptutse to C .... but a pair of keeper plays move the ball on the ground TD The happy Junior tackle ftrailford 11 Fak-tin. 1 yil( led scoring/ of both team

around each end gave the little bat a roughing penalty against celebrated his TT by toeing rUB; KP Falron. kirk; 21) Rl- The Storks fern was smaller
quarterback two the Tornado** gave them one the feat! high I trt-o the air l-r 1 y.1 run. KP. Falcon I' "but our burs really hit hard AGAIN

downs the second one of their two nrat clnwna of the Falcon mtaM! his Anal extra kick 31) Iktuglas,, 24 yd pass I and they didn't quit. Million

the Rattler\ nee Dwight' IInt'l night But the fbtklcrs had to print try however and I .KP: Falcon kick: 41> Bamlerwm j I wH i
301 the ended. 41-0 U wtwm'. Next mm for the Torn. BY POPULAR
went, kirk rolled dart .t the P arks. gene
over right guard TH )"t. pane, F.!'. Fali-nn. I doe* will! be a reiruHr JV conI
for the nemnit touchdown srxlFtiloin I runt from their 4* and Forbes Mire ram with I kkk Si Elder. 70 yd nm. FP. I lest ninth' ant tenth .rademwith .
UM flnrtl .frrk.l l of play/ and l
the extra
DRIVE-IN point I 21'A kick &l Ihilwln. 5 PaUtka. here n-xl Thur DEMAND
neither tem manned yl !
M iwrthreat
The score Mt..wt lOt 14-O wM h lard Til 1'*** I..n. day. .
I .. October 21 PjUlka. isunh.nkn
'IO.21 left In the second t quarter. renaMred for taking' her kiwis tftrr that ,
and hat not bf'f'nl'f''tI'
much time in the hu<*t.. Falrnn '
Opt'" 7:0qShnw : i '+ on
Able to .tn only' four ynnl atiknntxl" Pile BO yard I
Time 7:13: I The Pilntka: game will\ ) "he
in three, tries against a stiff tmmh to Junior end Bandy turn Coaches Name Seymour 2nd I bb. ,'V'. final! home 'fanv of

,11)MlSSInYidulta ,...,.',.....'. tefene IlJMiVr Man demon who nursed. cm the. Grid Standouts : 'In Punting the .-..on They wool' .i onI \ 'Rugged Long-Wearing

, \ 73:')* 't Indent fiOr icy Forbes punts..t 44 yards to speed and *runprr.. ..xl. JK"1'O
Children irn
TT Thr naoe' play coveted 7Hini was name hv Tnrn, v.*mlfr.
UUIJS.Tt'IW.Y!' + end wen. the .InngMiting ttiwttrr, of UM" We k M.Mvek Moild.&'S (letters only nine 4 and M rrl"nnv N. .v..mtoPl oH

Oct. 15, IA' plir the Ton'h.e for the (M. Auvustlnvgame Urn** Ihii "ea.w>n. .Is. *-er>nl In -.ilnr "f.rteTt for 4h. r."nl'r BOYS' SHOES

FLORiDATHEATRE have si. T.>dei| In putUng over the nation an),,,; major college I l .liinlor varsity ar- eMWUIljim
Triple Feature I'rDSram I U'M.Gn, It ame with. |IleeriAtIu Douglas got his award for puntera Pmvgttit and ptrnOmnn

left tn the Aral half his. efforts In piaaster' la preparation I 8r)1IVUt'a kkkt have aver both .rtw..nnrn. .

No. I ant falcon beefed hM fourth for the Yellow Jackets ....1 4t.. yar-bi.: secint* onr! t..rrV| .. Chorle. Smith 9. and w .

straight extra pntnt The ""H ,, to the 14 kkk-d try Boi,)aljnwt Jimmy Morton 10 Words,, '
It 9NIiSl rndeil, wash the Tornwloesl End Jt v rteese. and tackleJ \ of Kansas who baa a YO..t. Meaning 10 and "meveC'awfoM Save 3 '
1> HH H-V B i BM b' B H l S>Mei to
1 1 :Showtime Nee-kitayi 7 k l ting, 2ft-O' m Uoctwtn.: both jimlon 46 9 average, .. fJ. center tlo>>hle"twl''i up

Hut In th* 1. srennrlo 1"1}I were named Ummrn of the Ptmtin;& by rlejrnvj'ir and 0. quarterback JllllB

Sunday :.T I :flH. Sot I ur..y. I fore the ti&1t'e BEfltHNo. .' Ovtwtn almnit hurl. hJmM-if a "j I their c<>.('+ie,. IV>th played ranks the OU>rs sixth In the Johnny Warren 10) l left halfback

Wed Thur, Frl.Oct. I tsMi4iwS.AltempUng. I fine defensive .amrIHittht .. nation at a 43 4 yard avrarel I Ilii'!dy Trawlck e, and
: ........ I'I Rinker f3rt: the according to official : fullback
2 IX II, I tern to pee. 'Me'I r. rnHegel, Tex Patrick. 0
( !, : RiMf-r gn.ert t4Mwl ("oyWhitravr Tnrnadnea' Iradlne" ; ground football statistics. skated. We. have only .U tenth .s
tout the .1MB knot ked gainer of ,the nlihl/: with 151viirl WiwhieHdsy by the National grad r. on that entire squad.

1T l from bi* tumii by three in :33 carrle was nsmrdDa. Collegiate' AthHtle AwwUtion but *e have a lot of coins" REG399 ,

I II runhmg Red linemen O.I_ ln k of the Week bov nn the way who are real '

I I linger tbd,. n. and Mers Tn.I Softball Gloves fine |iro p cU. Omch Mawmta I'

'I 'Icy (,r..Kk1a rhit_l the aliMgpiekink Griddcn Set ye _

u fumtil.d _,rid wills Parents A.tot".1. softball globes,
r n ii and flashy fell town just Night .r* medal. Sadly" by the lisle Church Set

* a trw jmnla mhort of the goal! Tornado irldder will I honor Itiyiriiwl f:.tiM lHxi Depart, Bake Sale
.t.-. kirk off \U merit. of Iltl'*"
M theo paretiti lonl. fit I1hnr' '
.star this Mmvt half Oi. Hswt day I 151 the New firnyrna Anyone having, .'.r. fiunbl. *>t on .....>n.l down gam" that lh-y was.hka/ tu glv M4rtjMjilMt Church
'fetk iQ j# st their 44 ami bn for this purpose rosy, semi Is m\mm\
, boek.rlavr | mother of each player InC a babe m\ latunhay In
them to .h. (till.( 1. \
Physical -
S.\T > .ArksJamr | mill be rests of the urstkm fi....rtni.nt In th* !U. effort to raiMi furata or buibl.

:No." :.1 t Feature Program" "cnel\ caller tarry leant at the SSITV! ll.s s.ii> lax a new church houM on
f-.,nnn, A''< at the h"lm for I Coach r>a.llt Hume amkl UK Hrcr.rnl Rend ,9p

these BfUl Til In eight running .the player s parents for rye
THE BEACH i I playa Halfback Imtgh, lOdeI'I| wlUlosrw they have shown t

I'' cootvl up CN mfctfile and rut :I, In allmrimr: their. son, to take

Sun Mon Tue-.. I. 'i f left fur ta. Mel :iU yaMs" to .the many' hours necessary' to g e Values to 8.99 5.99 & 6.99
Ort. 17. I 114, |19 srvre. .ivi fatnon .4404 hw. poIa, football Many" parents .

art. CAT ruiitM'- '.>a.,u, C?ash T-W OriffKh Mrs '

..ou""'le Feature "ro\Cram" \ 7. C: mr i and; Contwll "helped Klitrr t. eom to practtf every afu OXFORDS 6" SHOE .j,

'-' ul on UM drive "xrfi" sat must watt. almost .
1u. x1-0I I "now af'r.. f>,. '
The Txfnayej IMwith then arerredt Jag Arrived' AND 8-INCH BOOTS! ,_
:31 "left tn the. thIrd pawl to gn home bolt there IA
'aalftSlll. / -_ <.rmfh fMWI" "...... "h4" ret. tt t>.. a .'n*!'.. complaint S-t-r-e-t-c-h t Q

;eta .. GUIlt .u+r'.J Iooi..ut the bald teas: IMeraJly real Jersey prmkU but 4wrUl of .eery VvV r t pla i a">.er"'.that"vie we r.r>'ere:nl' t Sizes 81} to 3; 3} to 6

grateful' /'r thr'! ""n'.' Off i1 -
"Plu- the Tonu>" SWIM stiH inert Bell BottomPANTS
r->are-a', .., ervl supperPo'r'n .
the KaUlrrm. who. mold r_lonly
a ngto ant down' nat date / ,

I'Iu+ '..... tw., the end of the 'Mmt.

p.rkvt wh.a Poebea efrrtd his Roller Hockey 7 4

.fJATnE right ml *mtsteraLpr] toRo League StartsA
S' ...rU The pKys
tl1PIUlIlna : tee WORLDS yards. and gave the Reader a Roller If or key r,.._ .

(1lfY( Ii Ant dews at Ue TorwvV M 1ft prr'>grs mt th* ram. fir'* wet OLOVI LVAta.n ueeu./

But they fumbled on tttr B.'It. KotWr Rink. *t
I..WPVa> nJfG play and Red C'Or'lWrtM'lI Cal- County rairgrouiwt with ..> 99
muaal.'f'd. Sun. Inn.. Tura. the Vsrnes. fH on it milts of UM Art game as fro 2Da
Connell. cut UwM Torwarhoea !lows Wngs 2. C&ger 4 fbncoxl eu le Itrll cuass oa
Ort. 17 !Iw. 1 I' Learag
t* that 43 here w.r.:: gear< IHoks I. Wings ;wsame. ;; L Ir In MOIf .e.0 wee)

\ Thur Ort. 2f1 21 ALAIN DCLON-ANN MARGRETVAN punt.4 S* ywnis i4.Kback .re played see y vourWf o.of M fWnn ( Crpf ".!..-l./ ._t"*f; f "purchase

r: .-:a.. Kingry relented) the So-slay vfterrra "wxn the *. k.t f..J. oft1 l 100'%
/from e (."' m.nufsctu, *r end
HEf UN JACK PAlANCE 011' p.ue.
Pass Nights/ / k: k to bta X3 brfr M fume Brut tame w a1ut*>l for 4 .1 rrfcK cott_ denies or

aThief aM tM ball road out of p Tt ThC pufcrtc l J. lBVt.-twtdi Cellos rdueoy p a II t t Ih* ...*"rays dir; (ly on .te yeul I Hurry in
k A Carload With 'i'aa Once bio5u Hatit this lost acttuo.p .... end bead wttH .
oa dDwthe mo you. .... .rod Ont'it', your boy 'for the wn4s!
I Maiden r..c.,... the pu..< andIt >rt THy t w<| .bf. *nd ttw4
.h*.J with.. th.M comfortsbl' ....rtiy tr>o.
tS bot
FOUR FROM lulled dead at the fMA M wtn| wide t *

.dear a -,., A IS yarn ,.,,. __l TEXAS a aide..w.I R rtr for ..... woeas iota SNO MCCL e
( rnugtviMae way yeas rt141. f'- r T.... spite or brown.JlrRSO.Y .
I _.. ,... rsod .teM. .. autM a eat rYrt yerq fa....... it T1RGJkr11. Sleek
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I 12 Caught NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED, clpate. Willie Brown In charge. peclally appreciated. The wife

I OPEN HOUSE Teacher for the Bible class of the late Lottie Williams

Taking Wire CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUN fY Mr. ansi Mrs. Jam Smith was Deacon Carswell. Reviewer! family.
of 1125 Killer Street will hold was Rev Thomas. pastor.

/, From CoopTwo Open House Sunday Oct. 17. The church will worship.

I 1 1I beginning at. 12:00: until 8:00.: with Cavalry Baptist Sunday, Plastic Notebook $2.50: at the

The public la invited to v1.:>lt. i Oct. 17. The public U In.ited TELEGRAPh
St. Augustine menwere
CHURCH NEWS I ta worship. with us. Mrs., Jesslj
apprehended early
New' Bethel Baptist Church. M. Barry. reporter.Mt. NOTICE
5 while att-mating to steal
Rev. A. Vlnson. pastor; Sun- : Ptagah AME Churc-h. 1 In accordance with the pro-
oprpr wire from Clay Electric vuiun of S-x-tlun : O,3C, Florida
day School scheduled 101 Rev. Killings 1 I
I Statute .
CJ-OP In Keystone Heights. I I The Uo&rcl of Public
10:00: a. m. with Supt. Julius Instruction of Bradford County.
Clay County Sheriff Jen- $ 1)11t) \ r.TIa\ }\ Royal in charge. BTU will b.- Brother Joe May and! Sister / Hereby serves. notice that an
\ .
Munhee reportsd that \ I Rosette Throp will appear at iM-tlon will h.. held November
__ held at 8:00 .
.. : p. m. S. IVM! for the
__ I r' Church Fri purpose of voting*
Damon 01 tairui 23, and Donald .' ( .. Mt. Plsgah
Conference will be held! Fri I for district Tru.te... and !>!.-
Ollsson 22 were arrestedby ; '- \ day Oct. 29, at 8.00: p. m. trk-i. tax I.",. for the .n uln.
Deputy W. R. Harvey about ..- V., Ii) .' C:4\\1: day night' Oct. IS at 8:00: p. Tickets are on sale. Contactany blvnnium.
All members
m. are expected 10/7 4t 10/iS
I a m Tuesday as they were I member and Mrs. MaryLee
., hWLY \ to attend. Business of vital I' I
roll of '1 Shaw. The public U invited -
attempting to load a
Former Union the wire; Into their car after : : Importance. MI a. M. J. White, to hear these Gospel
I I reparter.:
Man PromotedWilliam removing it from the wlra I tIiLdFour Greater. Allen Chapel. AME singers.
yard through n dry creek] bed tSe First Born Church of tha II .
I .. t. Church Rev. I. A. Sampson,
behind the Co-op. Value of I pastor.= Living Ood. I

Van Roberts of Now the wire was estimated at The week of Oct. 18 thru 31
Sgt. Joseph R. Griffin Decorated ---- -- --- Services are scheduled as
York City, formerly of Lake $200.
the llth
follows is the setting of an-
nivmlwr.* (if Girl Spoilt Troop GaS (KlUulx-Ui: Wal- : Sunday School at
Butler has been promoted toj I Ortagus and Oll-sin were nlveisary! of Elier Flax How-
With shown with collected In I 10:00: with Mrs. Fannie Bl'Delestre. !
the position of Grain Trader charged with' breaking and Commendation MedalTech ker leader) are soap Project Il-ind- Supt. in charge. ard. There will be various min I

with Mltaul & Co., Ltd. the entering and grand larceny. clasp In cooperation with the L'.S.!' Marine' Corps. The .< pIH ts-tars!! and congregations '
Morning service 11:00.: At 3:00p. :
largest organization of its Bond was set at 5000. They Sgt. Joseph R. Griffin elsted the organization in the 1 to be .sent to refugee In Viet Nam to help remedy unwuii- m. the choir Union will beheld throughout the anniversary.

kind in the world. He 1 la the me being held in the Clay (right), won of James R. Griffin I successful accomplishment of tary conditions. In that country. From leftl Harriett Young at: Greater Allen Chapel Everyone Invited to attend

eon of State. Representative County Jail. of Starke was recently 1 its mission. Marilyn Ann Lee, Linda !Mathld, Betty Jean Bennett. 'Church Evening service at especially singers. !

Clarence Roberts of Lake Butler Some $2.000 worth of copper decorated with the U.S. Air Sgt. Griffin U now super 1 6:00: p.m.The There will be a selling thlj I $1 Per DayALL

and the late GcxtrudeWynn wire has been stolen from the Force Commendation Medal, at visor of the U.S. Strike Command RECREATION NEWS There will be a Hop Friday Saturday and! Sunday night. NEW
Gospel Lites will ren/ier:::
Roberts. I Co-op aver a ;period of several MacDill Air Force Base, Tam- radio station. He Is assigned Mr. Jackson is very pleased:! I night at the Recreation Center / Reporter Zephanlah Lane.
a Religious Thursday
Mitsui handles everything weokv The investigation Is to MacDill as a member ever the progress of the Flag- beside the Barber Shop on program Pastor Flax Howard. :
night Oct. 14. at Oreater AlI i EmersonDahmer's
from bridges to buttons, cars j continuing. Griffin received the of the Air Force Communications foot Ball team's and Is stl'.l I Oak Street. The Hop wiU start j
I lien Chapel AME Church at .
to canned foods and Its 1961( medal for meritorious service Service which asking the patents to( please at 7:30.: Come out teenagersand CARl OF Til INKS j I

volume wag 12.58 billion. Withan I Deer Hound as supervisor of a communications maintains and operates a global cooperate with the children enjoy yourselves under 8:00: p. m. The public is InVited : We wish to express to our
to attend enjoy this I
kind ) and thoughtful
international network out- center in the sl.uli..s[ system for air traffic control and encourage them to come supervised::! recreation. neighbors
Training Sessions wonderful of singers.
aide Japan of 77 offices and and observations group, Headquarters navigation aids and communications to practice each afternoon: and Parents are invited to visit group fiien: s our heartfell

affiliates in 48 countries Mitsui Are Established U.S. Military Assls- j for USAF.Lt. evening. There are other activities I the cnter and help and encourage Antioch Baptist Church thanks for their many expres- I I I 112 E. Call !Ph. 9691771WANTED

provides goods services tance Command, Viet Nam Col. .Michael J. Bollnt being scheduled for your the children to partl-! Sunday School was hell:! sions of nm;>athy. The beautiful 1
Sunday at 10:45: with Supt --
floral offerings were es-
and ideas to hundreds of countries A good deer hound Is worth Under his direction,; Jr., commander, 1928th Communications enjoyment.

and thousands of businesses. !- Its weight In shotgun shells communications material. !., ua- S'luadrolMac.-

almost any day of the year. 1 Dill, made the presentation.

Not only has Mr. Roberta On opening day of the deer ---_..__._ rL '
hunting season this value 7W .
bn' promoted ,to the position: opens on the Ocala Wildlife .to go to the Social Security -

of Grain Trader, but after ten I quadrupled. To help hunters Management Area in Central office ,to qualify for protection I

months service with the organization prepare their 'hounds th? Florida on October 23 and under the hospital and mail! UJSk

ha was appointed Oame Commission ant:: Fresh has established Water Fish a continues through October 31. cal insurance programs. You E&C4SittD[ SHSnONMRZl ] & : $

'to the" "Mitsui Key American special! deer hound training On the name d.ite: October will not need to go if you are

Staff, composed of 16 men season in which hunters might 23., the third archery hunt getting Social Security or

from the New York head office toughen opens on ,the Egltn Military railroad' retirement benefits, if -
their dogs! for the ( Word. less. tlme.B Memorials, Resolutions __ 6e weed
which has over 300 em- rigors of opening day. Reservation 'in Northwest you are receiving a Civil Ser- or one per

ployees. He is the youngest According/ to W. B. Cope- Florida. The Egln archery vice retirement annuity, or if If not paid In fulvunre..._ 4 1J5 lards of Thanks. Dp to 80 word____ ::1M

man to !lbs appointed ,to this land Commission/ Chairman hunt continues through November you are receiving pnbllc; assistance Keyed or Blind Ada.iwldltlnnal ......._. 1.25 Over. 50 words Be pxr'' weed

staff which is to guide and hunters may train unleashed 7 with everyday hunt- paymer-ts... You automatically F..h tvnnl Aver to_____ OA Display ads In CJaaaUI..50 per task"

assist staff members from Japan deer hounds starting October Ing. Archers hunting; on the qualify for hospital -

in becoming 'better acquainted 15. except in the Third Con- Eglin area will be required to insurance. An application card Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS I FOR BALK I F II. A.. V. A. or Convention] '

with American 'business servation District where the obtain a special. Eglin permit for medical insurance will ''be & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Ready mix concrete: concrete I Loans are available in Starke.

practices nnd customs. training period will open one which will be available throughthe mulled to you before December Call The Man From nil Lemon St. Palatka I block, house piers, sand cement I or rural area Int. rate from

::Mr. Roberts graduated./ from week later on October 22. The Air Force Forestry Sectionat 1965. Your' applicationmust "Keystone"George Furniture Repaired! mortar mix. roc:*. steel. J 5li to 6 per cmi. ParamoreHomes. TO BUY

Union County' High School' training!! season will run for Jackson Guard Station. be In before March 1. E. LaRue & Refinished tjttti: shell "merock. roof phone 969-4111

and attended the University of 15 day, closing November 1 sated at Niceville or at any 1064, for this service to begin Kfvftanu' Heights Upholstered I gravel lintels. BRADORDENOR. 084-3931 .I Starke. Fla. tfch
CO. Phone ,
Florida. In the Flrjt Second. Fourth forestry tower on the Eglin July 1, 1966. Consultant!' For All Your New Innersprings I Starke. tfrhg 1! EmberI

anl! Fifth Conservation Districts Reservation.The Do not drop any hospital or Insurance Needs.Repr."mtlnc I I IIS."R.'NC'F FOR SALE-Frame house. :2'i

and:) closing! November 8 fourth special hunt medical Insurance you now and nOJl SpringsDrop ; : miles east on rd. 16 3 bed I

Marriage Licenses in the Third District. Hunters opens on the Guano River have. Both of these service. Great AmerIcan In... Co. U a A Cud or Call AT REUrCEO RATESAtTO. rooms, drapes In every room.

may train their hounds duringdayUght Wildlife Management Area in start July 1, 1966. Te Traveler Ins. Co. PALATKA KA: 5-D.-S9 ElitE BOAT central heating. Beautiful

Application* hours only and the Northoujil Florida., 01JllnuII.ry If you are 65 or over and do "II 1 473-4692 Day MRS. P3COT: SMALLER DOYLE K. CONNER yard. 4*. acres. (tSUly-Nine! PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY

Raymond, Franklin: Wilker. possession of any firearm Is 22 and continues for live week not tit into any one of the 473-4325 Nlti 209! E. Adklns St. INSURANCE AUENCTtfchg Hundred] Terms. Call 969-

on 21, Lawtey, and Alma strictly prohibited during this end hunts thl'oughebTUIJrY\ three groups lUleil above, Auto Fire Home Ru..lnH" !Stark' 4llt 42S2 tfcha !

Jean Prevatt 18, Lawtey' on L Urns. 20. The Guano River< ,archery check with your Social Security Monthly Payment flan 1 FOR< SALE-Fill dirt. top soil

Oct. 8th. Copeland said "This is a hunt will be open for wtkt, hug I office.I'I1ie tractor work, Dw and used I FURNISHED FOR SALE-'64 Ford Custom TIMLOG Inc.
LI unfurnished APARTMENTS'I 500 :a dr. Whita with blue In- ;
r'OnMl'1IJOBeph new regulation which was hunting only and ctrc/homi! will I, building nupplies. W T. Jackson ,

retro Dlcnmllo! IBSturke created at the request of deer be allowed one pur'' day and! Notebook BE SURE TO SEE World I Building Material and Machinery -j I Burdette, :324 terior. Standard shift. Excellent -

and Lynda Catherine hunters who dpsired, a time In two per "Measni.Ctpelind, -. ri.l.t.GltAIMI.: 9J.SO at tlu- Book before! !buying any other Supply. Fhon ..440 -,I Bt. Phone 9693324. tfchg !j condition. Phone 969-2531 5 All. So. Starke on 301

Coleman. 18, Staike, on Oct. which to toughen their dogs/ t ald "Arc-hum will Encyclopedia.! M. A. Payne.I' )1 tfrtiir' I I tfrtvg Phone 961-0211 I
WE BUILD by plins or
lit prior to the opening of the I be ruqulietl! 1 to u regular your local representative Mivre I' will draw plans to suit you. ', FOR RENT-3 rooms and bath Contact L. II. Outlaw '

George WJlll/im/ Lewis 20 hunting season. We expect hunting license in addition !- '\WI'II'foJ III' INTIOVI: IOX 105(1. P. O. Box 003, Phone FOR SALK!: Good business furnished cottage. Phone 964-

Starke, and Linda Louise the trainers to cooperate by to 'the specuul >IlfoW'C'hllry III IIMI.ISII.Il: : Kl'''1'1'111'I ft 904.3714. tfchgT'HREI I and residential properties In We build on your lot or ours.Parumore ', 2261. tfchi'ROLLER I
I I 969-4111.
Leach 19, Starke on Oct. 8th keeping their!! hounds out of permit Archers may -nipp 1, ,UM> Mullen I IN h..r"hy ulven that. Starke. Improved and unlm-}i tech

Charles Martin the wll lIfe management areas bow and arrows. to take wild- I Ihu. nnilt-iHlirinxl.. utiilrr I III* jn... !: BEDROOM. :2: oath !I[1. proved H V Knight P. Oj 1 Starke. ,, SKATED hours .tl, CED for Christmas Sale. Cash

Gainesville, and Kephart 43, and other closed areas and by tie during the regular.rutiuto-' 1 .I'liH'itfi-, 30'm.! !.I'WN' home on your lot. $50.0;? j i Drawer" F. City rhI discount. This ad and 40c. Fun i and carry: or lay-a-way. Fun

Sara Jane following both the purpose arH wide of, .Florida' Art of. 104I; will down, small monthly payment I Spot, ..Fairgrounds. Saturday Spot Fairgrounds Upen evenIngs ,
Jtorr 28 hunting uetwun. In ontrrlo and
Okalowiu Flu. on Oct. i i n i u I l 10th i"f tin I LICENSED : i 7-30 10:30.: Call "4- I
4th. Intent of the new regulation." qualify us a legal ineikhod 4'I lr,'Ult I Cc.urt I In anil fur lln.,1-. Piramore Homes, Work done by the matinee Oct 2. 9. 16. 23. :3 I til
Prior to the foril, I County, Klurlilit. .. 5 930 4tchr 1O23( 0901( 9ft j 4tfhn 1023
new regulation! of 'taking game animals, a upon\ r* Starke. hour. Avorv C. Slade. Phone p m_ ,, _
deer hunters cHpt nt proof of pulilli-atlon, uf 960-4111'1
were required to bow must be capable of coatinga his luMIre the fictItious naniof 2119-4nl.< 1 Mnxvllle tfrhg OE UPRIGHT FREEZER: i NO). IU

In l'p.. (''"'" "' rhr (.....".. keep; their hounds on leash one-ounce hunting arrow ISO Luuiluna. Merle I Nor ttIIIfl ODH. COINS 18 ft. Frost Reposseased. 30 acres: -$8.000. Lots of room
cu. Free. -
J5diq.,, (''''.hl,., KlorHiH while training. The new regu- yards. Cross bows 1 mi-Hi I Htuillo I n ml liiuiityHh t FOR RENT One Bedroom for roaming on this tract. Located -
In are prohibited .. 1964 model. Original
Hruhntr. .
lation will permit free "i>p I 17M. Thumpnon Ml IHJY SELL! TUADE with
In re: Kta.ta, of Rttn O Hoov running for taking game unlmals. !- 8i.'kiPin. 1 I trailer trailer apace patios Line on pared highway near'
Complete price, $470. Uke new-only
er, JJerountMl.To ,.. of the deer hounds 21-hr. Appralitnl. !oII"n"'e" for Close
during the ." Mr. and Mm. Arthur O. Over night parking! town. Septic tank already In.
HnvlnsClalnin All (.Creditor. Or And Poriium training period. During other d on, Jr lauV i'ratt. itt.. your old ruIns. free of "' ''''1'0., to shopping center Westmore oCPaints 250. Bulling ton Appliances Partly fenced: with well and
Airnln.t Said KntHtB. : times of the year, except open i 4terk.. KW'. ownrre.lhited HEI.OTE'S DIUTC.S I land Trailer Park phone 9893201 _Itch electric pump for water. Pine
You anil Social] Security I thin 13th day' of c>< tol All
each or you h. deer tf..hll'WILL
are r.- hunting heightsFOR
Kryotone JW9-3011(
by notified and re<,iulritl( to presnt season dog tf l rri A I H 1UIIA( at U..k., Ilrad : or : FK.MU.E: HH-P: WNTril and cypress trees. Only ".000.

which any claim and ilemniuU owners are not permitted; to Changes MadeThe f..r.i County. KlorUla. I SElL cozy suburban Supplies For Age 21 to 54: good health; 8 NO. S4S
allow 104t 11/4
you or elthur their
of hounds to
rrmy. hov. aralimt. the estate. you of pursueor SALE1962 Chevrolet home with no cloMni cost: All Purposes hour day. 5 day week; Mln 97 acres. Packed with possibilities
J-.tta. r. Huovi-r otherwise molest 'deer.: 10(15( amendments. to the Cnrvair 40.000 .
'ilurvantMl. lute I rampttlde truck Low education 10th grade: vaca $29 500. Located on U.
of said "fiunty., to the) Ciinnly, Copeland said, "In to Social Security laws. made Small monthly payments.:
reply ::
actual: miles $909 00 .1, RBulllngton. S. Hlwsy 301 with 1.320 ft.
Judge of HrtKlfiirtl County Flor Interest See us at once. W. IINollmnn Buy One ftallon: tion. strk leave and retirement'
Ida. at hi I. of floe I In tincourt. many inquiries the Apalachicola many Important changed n the TfchafITSKMMI tffhg benefits. Writes! or see Prrnonnrl frontage Pine' and cypress

i-Florida!?"... ot, .ahl'''. '""nty. at Starke, and Osceola National Social Security PI'ogl'am.Thcsu (Cet: One GallonF Manager SunUnd Training timber, 20 !seres" tillable. Oood ,
within nix rnlrnilnr 12 Wides./
month from the t time of t thi,. Forests will be open for the changes will directly : >F. IHf.U'EUJ.S: LOSE WETOirr safely with R E K: Center P. O Box 1150. I 7-room bungalow sturdy 2- I

fret Kticn publication claim, of this nutlet, training of deer hounds. except or indliectly affect every Also uphalalrrin Call I\lrs. DPX-A-DIet Tablets Only 98ct OslnwllliFla' 4tchglf) 21// story bsrn. 30 x 30. House 1s
or dnmnnd
ahull be
In writing. an

place or rsltlrn'e l< and p...t of in the Osceola Liberty an- ;Moxley, economist with the For Florida Living 4374:& Keystone llvliliti.4tch. .153: N. TempleHORSESHOEING FOR SALE Five room frame | STROLl REALTY
fice addrem .
of the ilalmant. Leon-Wakulla Wildlife Management Florida FOR RENT-- :2 I bedroom lur- cottage four block from Post .
and hnll l I.e morn to by tho Agricultural Extension 10 14 I HIT N. T m.l. AT*.
claimant his agent or hi. at.torney Areas or other area Service points out. Get More nlshed apartment 807 Center i}I :< Office: Telephone "4-2661: '! (ru S. If I)

drmand, and not< any*o fllid Htirh' .ha claim II\ lie or closed all wildlife refuges." Changes in old age surviv YOU ForYourS W F "HAPPY" COOLEY of St Mr Onldlf \Urtln. tfchg1 I Practical. and ('.irrotl. P. O Box 974. Starke. )i Ph.n.96C3S9IFOR

void. ors' Insurance cash benefits, I 2trhff 10 14 ,"
First pulillrntliin Oi-t, T. IDASami and No Salaried or Commissioned Klngsley Lake now associated FOR SALE-19rt3. :3 I bedroom. !I RENT!' -House. trailer Smiles I

IVntainxMii., .of iita, C I llmivr I Archery Hunt hospital' Insurance are with Oay's Home Appliances: 10 'x SO mobile( home. Excellent FOR SALE:-House and acre- on Raiford Ro d. D I...
dcceAtHTl' It Employee 4H.V270I I
Ja""''* K: ('ha'e Set In State significant. you tire receiving Phone 9H4-75I1. Colemin. rendition. Westmoreland Trb-phnno .11'.. 10 acres at SUrke with ;Kite Phone "4- 32$ i
I llox
Social! Knut ,
Aa executor of the lwi..t Will Security cash bene- DAD & BRAD LARSEN Itfldalre. Maytag & Zenith Trailer PArk 2tp 1014 3 bedroom unfinished frame 2to 10 14 I'
ton 4t 10/2'* : fits the .1 tfchg
Florida's archers will have amount you are now LIKE TO WORK Let "Happy" make you happy house. $200 down. bslanre al.ready 1- *
four receiving will be Increase by SALE 100 X 100 lot :REPAIR WORK -all kinds. '
special hunts in which to 4tchg 10 2f FOR FOR SALE Desirable residentls4 financed' No quallfylrut I
tent their seven per cent. Hack' pay- with house 4 rooms and bath. 'Call? XM-7741. Ito 10 II
skill and. hunting | YOU Benefit! kit located on E. Call Call Phil Black, Ph. 359-28O4 !
ability mcnts of the seven. per cent 75 BTU Walltype: heater and 2ttIn21 ,
during tho 1003-Hcj: $11 Street among exclusive: homes. MUSICAL rNBTRUCnONOrgTkn. _
increase will bo made from water heater Piped for city
buntIng' seiiaon, according toW WOMEN. If you want $$$$ for \ Reasonable. Write for par- Henry nUf"rPtano."Irs. .
All Sizes 'OR SALE > frame
3 bedroom
B. January, 1913* to tho date of on Display gas 1 block from elementary -
Copt-land chairman, 138:! Overtake Ave.. '
ChiUtnuuu If you want a new' : Flueree. Phone 473-4733
house .t Lawtey. $79 own. no
payment.You 8-10-12 Widea school.: block from tiffS
Game nnd Krenli Water "'1..11 Interest. If you want a weekly! or phone 43:!1-9779. Orlando. ;for free trial \\f'W1.t! Villa
Call Phil Black
CommlHslon. do not need to do anything 1 1i' Baths Corner Brownlee, & Orand St. quallfyin
Income. If you can sell a product Fla Mri 1028WILL > 'PlunvMa Motel!,
Ph 3V-2H04! :! 2tch 1IV21 Keystone
The first to get this increase. No and Expandablea; Call after 50 p. m. 964-08(:3.
special hunt opens' wrtl.vd on TV and 1 Heights 4to 114' I
Inquiry or application is needed 4tp 1028 WASH tron and mend
on the Cttm.1 I "
Wildlife .M.m leading m" aalnes. Call Avon HELP WANTET Female, to

agement Area in Central "'101'- The Social Security ofllce New and Used8Yr. Cosmetics. We will show you FOR" RENT-3 bedroom house. in my home CU 964-3S34 do housework and help care 1]FOR BALE House I room." I

Idu on October 16, with dully knows who you are and where how Write Mrs. Ouija Sweat.P. attractively furnished, central _tfrhg for couple; Lire In. room. '' :3: baths with or without fur

Charley hunting through October you are. O Box 504. board and small salary Call 'niture. 10 _res. Phone M42tit -
31 financing available Live Oak Fla heating for year round tenants SJN(:ER ZIG ZAC .
If brneflt have been 4*>I. ''
your .
and five 10'2'
E. \ special weekend hunts plopped bectvune you are workIng : on Klnasley Lake Call SEWING MACHINE:<; : .
will through be December 8. Archer an adjustment will be Use Our Rental-Pur i FOR RENT Unfurnished 4 :Mrs. J.V.. Klnrald. 9091491tf CAIHNET:< MODEL: FOR RENT Unfurnl hed' 2 I WANTED' : TO BOY: Old house

Johns required to possem u made when you report your chase Plan-Payments room house. :250 l N. Bay Cal Late Model.<<< Must place In bedroom house 304 S. Water. 'trailer. unu &b'., Wanted for

thet-k special In archery and out of permit the check and 1013 earnings if you are due Under $50 Per Month I 964-6174. Itch, 9INOER electric sewing' machine area to responsible party *Bt_ tI I'the: frnx Mr Ph. 9S41J. contact ,
01'Irs., Johnson.
The Increase will Makes buttonholes blind
stations when one. oe in In console cabinet. like
about thfo question leaving tills hems and stitches SACRIFICE PRICE2 Bed 2tchn I OilWANTFO
: eluded at this time. new sews forward and reverse "- : "
area. Madam Roberts room home on 1 acre of Und
The age limit for Individuals AH attachments for without attachments. Must see I 1
"The cold I The special archery You this home Service Station
weather last permitIs NOW'Mobile can buy where! "
to receive Social Security SIMKITITAI making buttonhole" ig-s to appreciate. OuarmnWe remaining -
winter raised hutoc with valid for archery hunts: on It H or move to :your lot. Call ftttmdant. Aoply' Preacotfs
: .
I '58 M cash or trrmsWrite
under the > and fancy stitch
payments eligibility design
the Citrus ADVISORI 5 hell station. 210
automobiles Ocala I and Uu.ino ''collect to Amok O..u htenr. 8. Temple
plumbing Credit :Mgr. P O Box
and of a or israised Fully guarantor Can be
parent seen
River Wildlife Management\ Home SitesAVAILAHLE will ansWer. ....- 378-45O2. Oainemrllle. Fla. L JldII'
nnuiy q.
: Gainesville Pie
heating 31. ItoMLE
systems! etc. Doe41! Areas and from 18 to 22 years.provhk'st In your urea :Make eightmont'ly i,, ;
will be available lloa* 10'., liutrrlikicr: huol- Modem Home Construction ,
the Charley E; the of $4 91 orf WANITD.Man and wife or
hns Agency Individual In still payments
> .
through the office of the Coun- n..... h..I'llln.. mnil\ IIFXP: >V 'NTFI> j I Cr>. 3to t&21
offer a free I ty Judges in In school and not married. If ... pro- will count for cash! Write: Men In good health 21 I rlderly rentljman capable of
survey Citrus: Herimndo. Full Lake Privileges !I. .. age to I 1 lUht
In Credit Manager. 133: S. Cl "&.r-f FOR B.u..E-One, duties to assln airport
of thin gentle
Insurance are
you &group you ponybifrito
policies to he Marion, bike Putnam and 1 St Homestead 60 8 hour day. S days week. .
Exempt- All
need to contact Social lUmllnc IVI\Mle water Road. Largo. Florida. 1 ) and saddle. Phone N4t' manager Must have own
certain that all Johnountles. your Two wrks
cold weath. the counties in paid .al'*Uon.
Security office. Financing and Conndintlulsrmt 4rn 11 4 1 I S534. E. B. McKJnn Rt 3B t houae trailer ApJy! l In person
State |
which retirement.
hazards these Social
er areas occur. The an
are adequately i '
t lo
: i.oo 2rv Sturlr 21' manager or writ p. O. Box
x atn
It to
your payment were topped .
insured against! ?" permits will also be availableut ( 1! Security Write or contact Personnel I. 4 41 1'
because you hud reached Lake Geneva Sunday M FOR SALE -Lot li mile from i KeyMorte Hts," or pnonHU .
I the check stations and hunt s-ni. to It |[ Deptirtnwnt. Sunl.nd:!I, ;FOR RENT 2 Bedroom 4 1'3-4"7" Kpv'toy.

; Charley E. Johns headquarters on each of the 18, they may be started a- "'rs-k las 8 ...... |u 9 p.nL Cedar Landln 150 yard from t 1 Training. Ontr. P. O. Box j I trmller on Market Road. Phone 1- Itchg ''j
gan. If you are receiving Ooklawafta" River. Phone B64nfly 1150. ,
pay- Giinwvllle. Fla
hunting areas but hunters are .
Trailer SalesOn Ito
., Agency urged to purchase 'them from menu and you are approach I'rlval. hlense '1133: !5 n m Itch 4tc5.i H'4f"FOR _- I N TFDW') AT ONCE -"MB or

.. 18 I part time mart or
contact woman to
county judge in order to avoid your Social A.vrED-Pan time Janitor
g 131: In school. Your "..I'aOp..n 4 :Ml. South Stark. lie.4tchg 2 Starke. Good income. No
F bath mretunent. -
: : 961-0201 'at checking tatlons.. payments can fumlr'ied hom over furnished house. Ressonable. '
be continued. i ) Sun. & Ev.nInga !* 1 lookttur golf Phone Set your own hours.
course.: II < Center
I'I'fl I'i The second lila St. Call M4-733I or WANTED A-I experienced '
r special hunt Moat people will not have I I I. I Jacksonville 3M-440U after S| 964-1793 after \Write<< C. R. Ruble.! Ipopt. 02. }
i I' II 7pm. 1 1I Lerml secretary, :23 hours week. I P. O. Box h. 2447. Memphis.
I p.m. 1 1j I
> lIp 2tch 10.211'
I$7300. HoUU
T nnesae< 38102. II)14 2t 10,2.I .

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barbershop and soon will have Y'''

a hlny-red fire engine I 1"'t'T'I't'T'I't'Y

But the big news we think
Is the start< that has been ,'
:Mrs. A. C. Todd
made on drainage In Bradford I
j' And ;Mrs Hill Reddishaaaa.auuaauuaauaa

I. More Than A New CourthouseIs County.on'' An the encouraging situation was report ,

, made In the county commission I, Jlrs. Berlin Rosier of Gainesville
I.t I. Involved In Nov. 2 Straw Ballot meeting last week by spent the week with 'Cs CAPR! !

I.s Jack Trawlck as part of his Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rower.!

Job as director of mosquito I Friends. of U P. Rafuao.. farther
ii Remember the fable about killing the vote "no" on the courthouse issue, and control. . of Sirs HaroKi Norman.

goose that laid the golden egg? the Commission feels bound by the will be happy ,to know he In

Almost everyone does. outcome of the straw ballot, not only Until. recently the problemIn at home after spending| a work

It's one of the oldest and best known will we have no new courthousebut Farmer's Diary the county has been summed In'Starke Hospital. BY CHEVROLET
up) this : "There's
way no
in the book. chances are that as soon as the Legislature I place for the water. to Officers and teachers of
In the election of Novem- meets again will have NO no. Hellbronn Church held. their
upcoming we I By Bain MeGarreyAccording Meaning what I Is the use of .
ber 2, Bradford Countiana will have an race track funds or at best, a very providing ditching on your monthly. business D'<"ttlngThllr..dl.y ... """ .
the the
to evenliiir at the
opportunity to do that very thing small portion of what we are now get- tend if there la no suitable church.
J. At. Norntun
weather! is acting now we may was in
kill the "golden that U. outlet to carry the water oft
goose. ting.These well! bd in the start of atypical charge.
And the sad part of the story is are not alone our views fall drought. [Written Mrs Ruby Gay nor of Ocnlu

that they might do that very thing- they are the views of our Legislators with crossed fingers' !In CaM a Alligator Trawick Creek reported; that. the spent the weekend with her
project from
unless they take the time and troubleto the men we have sent to Tallahassee hurricane come roaring In SR-230 to! Rowell Lake Is Just parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.

search out the facts between now to represent us, and who should soon.] ThU is strictly a guess, about completed! (and doing a Rosier
and then. certainly know whereof they speak. but from the sign, we'd) say good job of carrying off flood Mrs David l George and taprTc" Custom Coupe-with exclusive formal
the rainy season la over, and children were weekend guexts ftiul Una tout emus on/ no other Chevrolet.!!!
said time and .
The "golden goose of course is the They feel and have waters], and that one stag of
clear, cool weather U on the of her and.
parentstr Mrs.
race track tax that last year poured time again, that the new reapportionment way. the Water Oak Creek job Is Elery Sa PP.I .
$262,500 into the coffers of Bradford formula\ spells the doom of equal I completed and another1 one Is Among those
I attending the
County and every other one of the division of race track funds among Maybe this Is just plain Water scheduled. He said the new I football game\ |In Orange; Park.
project la to clean ..... """.
state's counties. the sixty-seven counties of Florida. I optimism It haan't rained
sixty-seven as out Water Oak from Hellbronn Friday night were Mary Alvar Y ...''
The axe that might soon kill the The choice as we see it is : I now for a few day. and: our Spring to the Santa Fe River Ry Norman Martha Al-
golden goose' Is reapportionment of 1.-To vote for the new courthouse |1 driveway la rain passable.But vans and Keith> Retldlah.Cvrrertlun .

the Florida Legislature on a ratio that have it, and enjoy it, at no increase I dry weather will be welcome !. The county commission In lust week's!

will give control of both the Senate in ad valorem taxes, and con- j for the pecan growers atleast I authorised Tmwlck to took paper: Mr. Clemmons celebrated Th

S and the House to the so-called "big tinue to receive our one-sixtyseventh! would even* just If the as berry soon growers have- I into the possibility of a damon Simmons his birthday Instead or Mr.

, counties." of the entire race track tax collectedin same show-era until the the canal between. Crosby
more Custom S/ldan-wilh
and Sampson Lake A group of friends and relatives : : / superb newfUoJ
When that happens-and it is justa Florida-or plants sets out have gotten off means! of controlling floodwaters a lint he re.1 at. the homo .> by fisher: clc&anca l uisiUa and out.

matter of time, since various plans 2.-Vote against the new courthouse to a good start.S. .. and at the same Urn, of
for accomplishing this purpose are continue to use the outdated, over- not draining Crosby Lake too for lunch and fellowship Sun
already being reviewed by the courtsit crowded structure we now have, and The poultry raising business 'much and causing low water day.

is a foregone conclusion that some run the risk of losing all but our pro has really been put on a mass- there Robert Beam will leave Wednmilay -
production basis One of the .
drastic changes will be made in slicing: rata share of the race track funds producers Herm Hamilton In to return to his p
the race track pie, which the big coun- with the consequent necessity of raising I eight week raised a, batch. of It Is Just as well that we are of duty and his family In Ja

ties have been eyeing greedily for ad valorem taxes at least three 10000 from day-old chicks to going ahead with our own resource pan

years. Once divided equally among mills if present services are maintained. : 3 13" pound broilers In only' outside*,help and not waiting for Ray Norman. Glenn Norman. I
I as we understand
the State's sixty-seven counties, the I eight weeks for a total of! the request for a watershedstudy Anti Keith Reddish spent Sun-
pie will soon-no doubt be sliced With a choice like that, it I III not dif-- more tender than 30.000 chicken.pounds of'I| by the Soil Conserva- Mr.p.m.and!In Mrs Gnlnmvllle.Bill Green and, /
with each county getting a por- ficult to see, why a vote against a new J, lion service naa been turned d"uhlClM'nnle spent the punt 1

tion based on its pro rata share of the courthouse! is truly "killing the goose' j|I The Roadside Zoo I down. weekend in Putney.. Oi.. with Caprice Cuslom W'Ijllln-with:' tine new look
State's population. If that should hap that laid the golden egg." I. up at Rev and Mrs. W. R. Crews tuiiUouJ, incling on :siJcs and to1lliJIIJ. .
hd lot
a of excitement
We still
pen, the Bradford County Commission Unless taxes! are raised to fill the I[ recently when a rattlerwas Is A number think one thai problem) drainage and family

would come up with a $27,740 slice, as gap gone in one fell swoop would be: found slithering .round the county and( : In Starke.In .Atr and Mr*. Morris Carter!

compared with its present 142000. $15,000 to the Bradford County Hospital In the office. Nerdlexa to au,., judging' by recent! flooding) Jr. of Miami are visiting his F.vt'rylM.1/.t. /. It laluM In rrvaftn: .1i:<.. :lrm1"t''t.n.1' tn the equally} : opulent"

Since one mill of the county's present $10,000 to the Bradford Coun- .the Intruder was put back and while It. I I. a big one the Carter.parents.Rr.Mr this" amt week.!Mrs. MorrU l tin"lIi:4h.'tIIIlJtury: c cur: liadguuu Tutu LhU: Custom \Vugons: uttered in 2or 3-wnb
roll raises about $40,000 it would Development Authority and where M belonged before any
ty tourists. In. way to solve It. I I.* to make a Mr and" Mra. Warren Johns Hew Cuprico model: you can even: order: carpeting for
require an additional levy of three $5,000 to the Bradford County Fair came. start Now It looks a* though and Infant son of Jacksonville Hononth tho formal styling C'Tt'Ir.\"M the cargo urvu.

mills to make up this difference of Association.Also! Thing are looking up In the county: commission has attended. church. services.. at that Hold tho Custom Coupe apart for Each: model tides !super' Jet moollt.InIlUI .

around $115,000.While eliminated or seriously curtailed Lawtey. The town ruts a new made< the Commission! received would be the following services' that relative In >the afternoon.
carpeting|> eomfort-rontouail watx told l you curt specify Chevrolet',* advanced,
$142.000 of the present race track affect every man, woman and child in Mrs Wkrnd1., Freeman of Mr. and the look of hand-rublx-d 1 walnut on Um" TurlKKjet VH in either a 3'JCur: 427-
funds, the School Board had Crrmny were
an even Bradford County:
I larger share of the $262.500 coming to Mr. and. Mrs T. A. llurker of Instrument: panel, glove comportment cubic-inch vcimioii.

the county in the last fiscal Mosquito Control program Farm NEWS And NOTES ; Rebecca Gs.Church and l inside door .pancU.! You can order I it Tho! i>rlm! of( it nil? Somcwnat'\: moro!(

II I The School Board has already year.taken Forester, Fire Control, Chamber of I ... activities. ft. 10 00 finely instrumented console, togetherwith than yoUruurx'.I 1 to piiy ing for a ChovroU't.;
Commerce fund\ Welfare (all exceptemergencies ami Morning Rervlre, 11
steps to protect its "golden egg" by Today's Homemakers new Struto-biickvt front "tu'utx., Hut less" ILS. your dealer will happily con-
the Juvenile Counseling :
), m. Kvenlng Worship T'M:: p
Issuing bonds backed In Uiu Custom! 8,' I.U1, ii new Strulo- thuivthuwliictcLwrtoffinocurnttu-HQ.
by the race program. Hospital Service to indigent, fly' Martha Sue !McCain m. Training Union. (TOO: pm.;
track funds under nick front wilt I U, avuil.iblo with bucket new Caprices. Invlto ronv.
I a ,special act passed Public Library the Agriculture Weil night Prayer 7.N:( pm.;
pro. .
I by the 1965 Legislature. Florida courts gram and participation in the Suwannee -t County Extension 7 Choir practice, 7:43: p.m. Nut. typo contours separated by /oKi-Uowu urliioa. : with in every: dutaiL -..-

have held that when a fund IJI! ear- Horn/ Economic Agent 1 -ry' open at all time
Valley Authority. The loss of I ..- ...... See the .IMN 'fi6 Chevrolet' Ch.velf., Chevy ET, CorvaJr A Corvette at year Cl.frof.( .... .,'
marked for bond retirement' it
cannotbe funds would also seriously curtail the ..- -..... ...... .

I disturbed.! Therefore, the School operation of Bradford Road Depart Far Over stay' straight without droop I tI" mil

i Board will continue to receive Its share ment. Sheriff Office and the Recrea- 1\. no summer" rxrmanc inf. A skimpily. filial pillow TIlE RIllllT l'CU\iT! for" Ilia

of the racing funds no matter what tion Department. Amri ;
I .
t changes reapportionment may bring. Can you imagine Bradford County wear cottons. To tt rvaiUancy" ', lay ""e your favorite KNTt.ll-: ,

a I The County Commission can also without these services ? Certainly, it Then. jpxxJ-looklnif. ..., pillow on flat surface and 111(4 IK founlahtn.| T I'.I.1'.-
take advantage of this safeguard' since would not be the Bradford County\ we j car f.brr. will ba .very muchIn I pro down on It with both fill 4 1'11. I'r. S. :11I1: <>l. North Slarkc.( ,I'11..121)111,. : )! .'HONK() ,: !(11.J900) :

1 the 1963 Legislature passed' the necessary know today and have .* e"Id..... thla fall In all the namla. When you take. your I a
law it I ftrp'! warm culom of: autumn hand away, the pillow ahould
allowing to pledge race progressive .
the most
place among In tram .
IMVM Look for them spring back Into
track funds to retire bonds for a new small counties in the State
stand-\\ atUonal! dr-. chllJrrn's /Its original shspe.
I courthouse.But ards of services rendered to its back'lo-schtiul clothing, and Also' nolle whthr the

, although they had the authority If you are one who I is benefltting m...'i .nd twys trouavr. pillow flatten more than half
I. I several members of the Commission' from any one of these services Wa-h-wMir .ta not bring pro- its original thlrkness.' A pillow
I felt that the people should be given a whether employee ducal at the rate of lab>> and :] should buoy' up your head,
as re-
as an or a
chance to express their wishes on the cipient-It is time to bestir yourself a I quarter. MlUon yard' annualy i iI 1 not 1"0.smother..around r. It. YOUNG HO!

proposed new courthouse, and called and leave no stone unturned in an effort -,
It may b* eYen more popular Select' young. tender, green
for a straw ballot in the November 2
" to Insure\ that results of the Nor In yan' to ootn. because port wash Uuiroujfhly. Cutoff

I election.All vember 2 straw ballot are a mandateto USDA ...Ientl.ts arc working; stems In such a way as nut

of which is well and good-except the County Commission. to go for- I on new nnuhm to make It I" to cut open seed cells.H .

e for the fact that moremuch ward with the bond issue and save more plentiful and durable at. In boiling waters Small

more than a new courthouse is involved our share of the race track funds\ for'1 I than ever. I pods S minute, large GO CHEVRON !
in the decision. If the people Bradford County. la The MMM .. ...., p'&la 4 minutes.
\ AJlhuutjh abundant rood food Cool promitly| In cold water
to avaiMbl" In the United Stat and drain.

. e. as never" be f..r.. one croup Leave whole or ellre ("1'08.

S Don't Just Sit There-Investigate! of young c.-ItI..n. .to falling; to I I i wise rsrh Into containers,
I, take advantage of It I leaving one-half Inch "'"- 1 .
j + Three frt nets gmmollnfm by
from childhand to t* tms7*. Sal I and frees. ; i ,
spare !
In a recent press conference Pr. 'I- his situation while In the service-and the p.rcnta..* of young pm- i I Home FreeXng of Fruits ? r ? ,. .., Htllncl.rd.111,_ ,...ona to cheer

dent Johnson announced that developments get the specialized' training he wants pta with pair" dl.ts Inerrane''lUllS VvKetabtte are available C' e the; fun-team of the ye.r Yourimxlern

t in .Ietam: ". make it necessary and needs, for the kind of work he SharplyUolh" ,, from the County Kslenalon: *G : I car and the go-go fuel

: I II II Is to increase our fighting forces by prefers to do. both In the service and undorwHgh" and over- Horn. rA'Onnmlcare.! by _l. P .. r'r cre..tecJ! for H. The( new champ. Chevron,*
raising the monthly draft call from after completing his tour. tfmfrr may be poorly Ing 0<-24A or drop a pool '" a th.liwrlier fllllOl1n".uluIfJ. with sparkling
nourtahd Tbe way to help MOM to r O lbs 247. Stoke CiI
17,000 over a period of time to 25.0OO All too often a young man's decision them overcome ti_ Ifntn show. JudglHg-NerthHa. / ; n arJ new |isrwer' new fun. New whisper-quiet, tax

. per month. to wait unti' he's drafted is mad !tel tn rronffnlswtfi their n.vl Fair Is Tall.raW ....- | ''L 4's aim action starts now at your Standard sLl,

- Apparently, a great many young without realizing that voluntary enlistment for bMtr diets and working time at the North' P1orMA > I t.Jn..wh"n um taJu better can of your Cg,..

I.I men now faced with an increased' possibility carries such great advantagesto with them to nrranls their hlr" just. around the

of being drafted' are totally himself, as well a. to the armed )han,ts on the basis of I rnrn. r. Twv| Sensor 4-H'ers I
unaware of the reasonable and attractive forces and to the nation. We would mind nutntkm 1 mt Monday, Ort II kn the ylr

alternatives to just waiting for suggest therefore that anyone fared h. 1'a. Aeeeai .a A p.--. .| KMtmrton Horn Cronomlr*
I- -the call." with the possibility of being drafted Trying to gt your teenagersto I I Office to pr-p .r* thm.......| lr 'J ..yr 3 .e I IB
dt4a* I at the Fair
Improve tlwlr for Horn Judging'
It is true that the draftee and the should visit the nearest recruiting ,
:.I.Ic I II that _.. ,
1_ Just t*'I l them j Tb girls Judged' .Ie ,
enlistee both into the alternatives I'r f
go the armed forces station and Investigate fond natrttlnn Is goal for discussed: the nmds of Vitamin

-but there the !similarity ends. The to Just waiting to be called. Tall: t....... Tell., than Bad nutrition I A and Vitamin C They also

best breaks go, to the man who enlist ing the initiative can pay lifelong dividends win help hem kink gnnt.Oannnrtnc 'i were given a quiz su. to what

I voluntarily. He can if he qualifies, to a young man who enter the t mas;.r. of the I' ,....... mntln_t this Vitamin.

take his choice of a variety of schools service with some higher purpose in \ rvtattofwhtp between app aranr Thy wtU moot again Oct 2Mh ST

, technical fields, and locations. lie can. mind than just serving out his obligated and diet can often motif -,. dMr M the Health Topic: -
., in effect put himself in command of time. f vat* them to improve their\\8"1. Tour' amt!*" a/wl In
sting NSMURhlny the area. of Family. Ute "..s.I *
hair" dry skin. grmtpustar I Iby I! Sitting "
and correct weight all I 1 I Klgbt. glrle will rompM on 1 oI '

. are InfliMrnowi by fwd nut r1' two tams with other county 1 \ I l.T
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH / tknS mT team nil I. practical *>cp
. !( Need t%. .*,... that will .M thMM
Y..rlwrknbedA girls. now as well ** In the

I ... fw .itncl tts wen you future 7./
I L .noo. e. forrost awe PuetieMe* ,
i hop, for bed plllowa made of i Th Judging event win take .
fat)>*ni will help. you eel yourmoney' i place Baturrtay. Ort. SO in .
FLoot.ISA'S Ole[.? WMSO.V Nrw**>A'..) PuM.I.M.O COMTHHWOVOLV -
- tt i UMD..) TMt SAMIPWM.MM ...._..... worth. I 1'aJw.e.I ,
r* I .._..-.....-ee..wa s.
. ** KACN: Tnvaes Awe Cwrcaca Ae $COMB c....* MATTIe At TOmc ... two pUkyws UM mmjrtm *U* and
RIGHT rorVT fee the
PelT AT ."..... FLA. UMDC. ACT Or MAMCM: .. tar. pluntpfwva. the It..bur pillowy I'| THE .
l sod
u supcrtor.Balaac | way jmm writ Cisas K. G. DUNCAN AGENT
_lar fsmrli L'tTtAaaoolt
ZM TKB TRACK" AREA OTTB T'I.UP.IO: - sa MONTHS IIM on yoar palm the rev. ,
Tm* Tn..a.O."P'.c.
\ Ut/nULX TRADB AJtBA COfM TOLA 4jOQ . 81X MONTHS' MJ I i pillow your' oon..*.lrt c. If t' STARKE, FLA.BnMord .
*'s wU and tho. end.a. will


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,.................yy.. ... I be $.1..11.. At rw,,t.of w. ..<. enCased III. ............... '...
home demonstration Looks like have two 1"8HU .
group we aoi.tournm..nt| Mrs.! Robert!! I M. Tyler pastor. Mr and Mr Jo. Lt>wbt John IUi wn tmesset. Alt .Ift! $Isrke Farmer* Markvt. ...

here I more house 't trailers >ln Cliay solved coffee and cake to the Friends of Mrs. Charles! Brown of Alhambrn. Calif Mrs Kwlpli, %Wl.i whIt" a t"IIIII, "iutet'IiIutm, the Association i iU'.I ; rim.C...
R. Bradford .
HAMPTON Wednesday, morning Nov. Hill: iMr. end Mrs. Junior thirteen prrscnt. Shuford were sorry to learn wele visiting Mr. an;*!: Mrs W. dinner i in nltblllk'l'h' ,,": iflkiuNhlp WaS eivjoyrd'' : M. ",.d'..,... Rt and t B p.,: nHivk ',;,,

10, at 9,10: a.m. was set for (Mosley and family and Mr. and Rev. Ernest Bailey attendedthe that she had the misfortuneto F. Moore and others Sunday birthday 1"1111\1"1'11"" i > wtuctiweiv .At\ lbS noon hll1l.'lIl1Ul1) | *. Fla sole 0""."

Alrn.. I). E. 1IIU the next meeting a workshopon Mrs. Franklin Manning: and Florida Methodist Min break her leg week. They came at this time especially ran USth: 1111'11th\ ur Mr amid Mm Ralph: Wise. t..slated...*' A thin I). 27th 1,' ..
decorating for Christmasand family. Clay Hill Is/ growing isters' School nt Lppsburu From the family we l learn that to attend Homecoming October Ttuwtf ptiMvuiM. Ihl-- *fi" ''' In !Phoenix City. Ala. UK Bradford County Fta5e.

Flume 468-1160. making Christmas gifts. with houses and house. trailers Wednesday through Friday of she .la improving stvttsfnctorily at the Methodist\ Church pleasant affair br...Kl.... n\ >iubet's II 'it( ixkit of lust week to be II

..................... Various projects and crafts lost week.CJILJftchI. In Gainesville Medical Center. and will visit relatives and of the' family "I it> t KfV: stIlt( hu. father W J. WUe. on

.. were discussed for programs VVYVTVY nv...y..yGRAHAM ACTIVITirS! Also pleased to hear that L. friend in the meantime. and, Mrs. Ciiarlo" *lUivev. Mi'-. MHO' : >UII uf the di-Bth of Mrs. j I.
during this yaar and the following Grace Metliodttt SuniJov! P. Rafuse Is back; on the Job Mrs. Joyce Futch spent the Catherine' I>y 1'1)l. *rXUHo, lilli' I Wit.*. Knl|>h's t!"pmotherI'hc '
IN l.\MT UKKKNew : : ; .
year. Representativesfrom after a few days In Doctor' weekend with her sons and Debbie" (ruiH'inl I was held In 01';? 'I
officers School 9'45: a. m. Worship 11
ity List week's werelI"'OI'n various, clubs' in the county a. m and 7:30: p. m., MVF. Hospital In Starke. daughters-in-law Mr. and !Mr nn.l :M'i: Hoyd t l!""Hrr AWt' OD 'niesdny.. October 9. _
in al
council H.tmp-after are to meet with :Miss: }Ie- By Airs. W. E. Wednesday (A. p. m. following! Among those of Law toy at- i Mrs. Ralph Futrh and Mr. and of South "h''H* "iid :Mr and( Sirs Luellu Austin of Clay I
ton meeting Starlingl'lume
nty :
>the ohi council completed llUItyelll"s Cain before their meetings to ; lmOiipractice.. Ernest L. Bailey tending Homecoming at Long Mrs. Terry!' Futch In Black Mi's. Robert K.vlrr ,>f J
learn ways and means of carrying -I832371AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Pastor I Mountain N. C. spent ulI\hlv with unt. :Mrs!! Lee R Oren! and
business. T. J. Branch Church lost Sunday
Mayor out the programs and, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyetto.\. :Mr. and MI.... Jnin-" ItiwlrrMr UI.Y.lItitf'li Mrs Or *n'st

Alilf.rnmn, Clerk Mary D. projects at the individual First Bap lit! : Sunday I were: Mrs. Heater Hicks MI' and chllJrsni, of Valdosta Qa. land films -rftt' ""n.vis .'",- t bl'thl'r t In V A Hospital inI..k.

Brown .Marshal[ D. W. John- meetings. O. W. Rivers attended the School 10 a. m. Worship< 11 and Mrs. Dill Anders and son. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and chlMi-rn'. vtiutrtt'' \ :SirsPendarvis' .. .- City He had bitten bra ,,
toO"lnd Councilman fttchiuilKeyes a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Training //i
Women of nil ages In t hecommunity Kelly Family Reunion in Fair- Mr. and Mrs Leslie, Sweat. Williams and son: of Jacksonville '''"'t'IUJr: "i>d, <11\11 but I is! linprovlnn nicely :I I
were sworn In by the Union (0:30.: Midweek services Mrs. O. J. Phillips! Mrs. Hattie I
arc invited to attend spent Sunday with Mis. Mrs. C. p. G.'l'dnlIn lUuuirUover I
banks recently with :Mrs. lUvera. Wednesday evenlnn. Charles Mr. and Mrs PhIl Eunice of -
clel'k.V. II. .Maxwell
outgoing Darley. Miss Slums Prescott.
the meetings here to Ej Durban and sons. the" weekend' .
Mlcitnopy were visiting
Harvey pastor.Church $1 Per Day
I Mrs.! Elizabeth Redding, Mr.
learn new ways of homemakIng Mr. and :Mrs.: Zack Robinson Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly The! New Biter' WMU A"-MKlatlon IIIU Mrs J H Eunice! !
) of Clod .
Committes named : Sun'laySchool and
were as and Mrs. James Waters Mr'j ALL NEW PORTABLES
and share their Id'9.< nrt, Wlndel were visiting Mr.Kelly's .
following for tho new year: I tho funeral lor his : 10 a. m.. Worship 11 a. family. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. held A rally at First .
Following the (discussion a nephew in Cross II brother-in-law and MVIKI-s: its. |"\ i FsTl.i1.i : .
Rules laws and ordinances I>. politick lunch\ was served. .Mrs. 5. City on) Oct. m. and 7:30: I p. m., YPE. Wednesday Mrs Daisy Boch. Lynn and 'Inter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tom- Baptlsb Church on TluiraJiiy M.'<.I.. I'i'ss: >-|.-,1.,. .. EmersonDahmer's

K.: Hill. P. P. Lott and Ullianslink1 7-30: p. m. Robert L. their visitors\ for the day. Mr. October 7. About eleven % "II-:
Arnold Haddock and Mrs.[ Jes- .
llnson in Ocala Sunday.Mrs.
.streets, sidewalks and Freddie Starling; and E. K..l Yates. pastor. anr') Mrs.\ Maines GrlffU of i .N"titr 'in hi-rvliy given th.tltf !
churches' weir rrpresetttdOr ...
Chnstain in ofarrangements uitei-sl.. it. uiiitwr thr
sic were charge Green of Jackets villa C. n. Thorpe and : ii frt
buildings K. M. Reyes: Lott for the auJ :Mr. Highland: Baptist; : Sunday Palatka and Mr. and M1's'i the officer electoj for the vni..tin. ..r 't .pI"r' til.sril,. Law I

meeting.v'vvyvvyvvvyy.yvv and Mrs. To if N 'aux'hter: Brenda! of Virginia .
mm -Ucd of Virgil Grifflit of State ot I"h.rt4' lf U'l */ 1(41.
Ina School 9:45 11 '
and Knight; electricity and I : am. Worship new year two were of the .
Brooker and Mrs.! J. T. Wright of vtilh I ill' I'lrrk fit th11 -
fIre protection, Keyes Hill and I recently! with a. in. and 7:30: p. m., Prayer Mr. and Mr.s. H. E. Priest I f.ftwtecChurch' Mrs L n 'I, n't, |-.iirt" in ilml. f"l_ Hraof. -

Knight. !: ; sanitation, Keyes. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling. services Wednesday! \ 7::30. Choir and family visited! relatives. in I Tampa are! visiting the Charles |.1 I Yon President und Mr Riilph .r.,... '>*ualy. Klorliln upmi. r*.. II I 112 E. Call Ph'-9ft\-1'1! I
Mrs.[ Lavcrno Orion has Shufords this week. < i|>l '< l 1'1"r' i |ltetii..tInn; "
mil, SI.uli- finance nnd taxalion. returned Practice Saturday 7 p. m. C. Lake City Sunday afternoon. Wise\ Of- "
; ; I Prayer Chairman 'Kin itoil"I.> ttir flitUI'Mi' '* miami, "
I home from the hospital On Frlrtnv l"v"ntnq1.11'9.\ _. ". .tt r.i i',. ,,fl.I-_. u... .... ,
t, Knight lade anil I Lull: I CLAY HILL
and in doing line.
l II.> !I';, Mill \vu.s ro-elei :< ,1'.11.I

of the toii.icil. - Mr. and .Mrs.: Richard Star .,., .':- .. ,-wrjnrU ., :; .- T'l;
lly Mrs. Howard Padgett ling of Gainesville visited with ,.' .1 '
(Outgoing/,; .Uke i'is liu':" U'

l IIoi: ,,ri,,1 C.itf'!IK-US I, m.i.Noi' 1 I Phone 289-1132 Mrs. Beatrice 1 lines over the OCT 14 THRU WEEKEND
.M.ivivt'.l, t-li'ik, and L, v, QUANTITY RIGHTS
.lolinaon at uouru"iliu.i.i ,lOW' ,..................... Mrs.. Wilma Starling: anddaughters J RESERVED6GAL

taking oflice as lI1auohal.: Clay Hill omitted Sunday :Mr. anti Mrs. Wiley ... 4 a, .1 -
Langtol'd. Robert Cain. and
IIYM1TO.VS: riN.VMI.S:'\ School and Morning[ Worship ,
Miss Sharon Cain, all ot Gainesville
IN: HUUK IIIIS \'l 1It: for the homecoming at Long PLASTIC ,
and Mrs. Je/Mia Hall
Kor the ft.scul year end.UK: ; Branch Baptist Church Sun- i --1: All PURPOSE
Nate Hall Mr. and Mrs. Lea- ADJUSTABLECARVING
September 30. 19t* :5, the nUof day. The dinner was well attended SEWING
lie Jones and Albert Thomas I H.-
Hampton showed a tout and, a good donation
income of $3,467.83. and ex- was given for the upkeep of all of Hampton visited with I KITCCNTAINSThrtaJ end...
Mr. and :.Mis. Carl Jones.
endiiures ot : d21.S"!> will the cemelel y. The cemetery cently.Mr. te I {Trash I Pint Nttdlct..: Top, 1' SLICINGKNIFE
'i I sure looked nice after the
more than $1,000 balance left
]|I worker finished last Wednes. and Mrs. J. I). McKln- Mtasurc, Buttons IIN..IA.A'

for tho year. ney and children Mr. and Mrs. I I Chalk Somripp; PLASTIC

As usual the day.New Vincent McKinney and. children ; *
nronie ',.co 1/alue! /2VTIs4ct
arrivals: )Ir. and Mrs.!
_ _
came from the clgaiette tux and ''Mrs. Hazel hail of
Robert Martin of Lawtcy an-
$2,095! ; the c.ity utility tax Starke visited Mr. and, Mrs Can '1A I DELUXE
nounce the birth of twins on
brought in $1,273; electricity Oct. 6 in St. Vincent's Hos John :McKinney Sunday. \ 'ie ...w..11.. PIECE

franchise $730.US; road.! and Maternal Mr. and )[I'S. Frank Fley MELAMINE ib MeasuringSpoon
bridge tax $559.93; rents, arc :Mr. and Mrs. Yougan grandparents Pad colds of Reddick end. :Sirs I I WITH SPOON ". ::..-

$300) ; property taxes, $250 Sarah Bear of Jacksonvillehave
IInd license:), $118. ; I gett of Clay 1111I.I been guests of Mr*. i3 I LOCK LID and 1 l. Set
I Mr. and Mrs. Von Prencoltof .;;
Mi' tie Davis, and nttenrlivl' the FORK
eel lighting coat the city '
1 Kingslcy Ijiike. announcethe ; na> drip
$718.31: ; otruet maintenance. birth of three days services at Union ; REST Of tarnish
daughter Oct. I $149 Value .
$125.76; sanitation $-180 and Primitive Baptist Chur.h.' Mr ,
7 in the Baptist! Hospital ittJacksonville. --.1'
I and Mrs. Alvin Davis and "t'a1ef too tr tuf
salaries, $4<>:5. Hampton contributed Maternal I grandparents -
$368 to the JJradtorl I Dwight Stokes of jaircjvilltt I
are Mr. and i Mrs. Len- I '-- (.:: DELUXE
County Chamber of Commerce, ,tard Norm. of Highland. I visited Sunday.Mrs. [ SECRET .\I.J. : IRON : EKCO STAINLESS STEEL

$:!ul: went for notes p.iyuble Great Hetty Ann Honk and VALET ::: CORD d
grandmother Mrs Zet-
$2H0.18 for constructor), maintenance I tlu Padgett, / of I Highland, formerly Terry of Ci.unesvllla, were. I F' CAN ; EGG
Thursday night guests uf SIr Bathroom HOLDER :
: and operation of build. SllccrEaiy
ot Clay Hill. OPENER
ings $387.11 for insm ance; Mr. and Mrs. Frisbee and Mrs. Berry Uyul. Doodorizor Malts. IroningEASIER..SAFER. a CUanPlastic .
and $263 to commission. Attorney Mr. and 101 rs. lillly Hi-ough- UJ EASY ACTION Base
of Middleburg with i
announce the Complolo
1 S. .
ton of Jacksonville , with STAYS SHARPI!
s fee, lire protection ". EASY TO USE
adoption1: of a baby hoy. M..,.. teonlod refill 89'
Mr. and Mrs. Carl ..
fee!, office supplied, Florida Broiifiliton I i 1
League of Municipality Dues Frisbee 1 Is the former Miss on Sunday. __-. 9t' ftutfCAST 981 1'4Ittd '41et l't Md
Juanita ''Mosley of Clay I Hill. I
iix-ienlton. taxes, and Let's don't forget/: the revival .
pI'epar.11mg .
Charles .
Monley ot ickon-: PERKY
tax rolls anti, mowing that will begin Oi-t., Idu EKCO 1Iftd-, ,
villa Is out of the and.

mode up .tho remainder of fit/ spent' last week with his par I' at* 7:10 the::!( Graham p.m. with Il.iptist Rev.. Ch'iii.h Cioii.v' I IRON STAINLESS STEEL I PUTEDra.; IRONING I

expenKes. ents.. Mr. and! MIM.\ Hnnt-v, ATna....... 'I .t YAiM _
--- --on. nf HllvloHM Tfiuviiv. hrlntrlntr.. thi I end Pizza PI. 4 WING .
In the last t t..n'e.u'8: bo'I!h ..
Icy. He hllft'IIlIrgrry on his ; : 'O ;; "
' sde.M, Of 'time ledger ot the clly'dfinancial messHgu-s.' Ftev. ieorge Tlstin i TILETRIVET k Screw
heel amid has it In a cast. CUTTER FOOD COVER, '
pjP. ;
of 'uil'bllnks
have was guest speaker "
We are to learn that PULLER i .
doubled. In tile fiscal th""j' sorry Sunday night. CUTS EASYI! CUTS QUICK! j CAY PASTELiiOIiTv .____ '
Mrs. Ruben Mosler' Is CAN OPENER ..
It patient n
195-1-5,1 Just. ten I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Li-feveis' PRINTS > :_=. .:_!
total lD2U.-! I in St. Vincent's Hospital. I II I and family visited in I.'imirbmnks R K91 "'a&e9Y "t'JIdI IS' 't'a6rrf r "t'tdMe

and total receipts disbursements wore $ weti'$2Ol0.iO. i I We wish her a speedy recov with Mill Hatlle Lefevers and _ _ __ _ _ _ 1.29 !

ery.We Rev. and Mrs George 'ilnuii) 'KG. Of 3 t.k'C.' PIECE
That incidentally / 3 PIECE
CIi: ,
year. were sorry to learn tl1RtOavll ..I..
was when many streets on Sunday. 4. PIECE PLASTIC CHERRYWOOOSALAD FA R PLASTIC
Lang fell from
\ a neigh,;
were paved in Hampton. ami bor's horse. Sunday: afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Liilwleu) : I MEASURESCOOP '<" Refrigerator I ;
of Moncure N. C. have been
expenses for re-locating pipes and had to be rushed to 01'anA'e ;,
etc for thIf. made tIme disbursements Park visiting Mr. anti :Mrs. Jimmie I -'.; ;;;. SHELF SET Strainer
Hospital. &
higher ith.iro: in 1II5, or Those attending the Smith and family.Mr. (_' SET LINERS I WITH SIT
Clav and Mrs.[ Colen F ntliff f :
1956but less than ill 1937; May horse frolic < CERAMICHAMDIES _ -LB i RUST.PROOr I"
Saturday and
when and! sons, Colen Jr. and Oivid _ ; 'J .
built. new sidewalks were Sunday from Clay Hill were: Lee and daughter Teeji.i! ,tit- .. I. K91 "t'Jtttl 9rl "t'4l et ,)l.. .29 "t'4/Jat -.------ 981. ".t.ul

Mr.\ and Mrs. Howard .m

J'TA CARNIVAL; II I .\I.I.O\\)111'I-'K.\!;.USD.\V, ZH and Hildred son,Carter David \and Vol'dRlt.lr9.children Padgett.: ., his rio parents of (Sunday.lalnesvlllo Mr. and vlslteil Mr.i.. : 1..with. IDRatllff EKCO ?tt4'1 EKCO r c;! 1i'ewf EKCO Ii f_. CHROMES :

Hampton Elementary PTA's Mr. and Mrs.\ Homer kg;
Padgettand F If JUMBO
Mrs. Albert
annual Hallowe'en carnical will family and :Mrs.. ThelmaCarter Spark-i Is on ROSEWOOD HANDLE EPOXY EPOXY'- ]"..K....
be Thursday.. Oct. 28' from 2p.m. our sick list this wccic We STAINLESS STEEL,
until and. children. liryzmntCarter wish for her n. .speedy, ""' /lVI'I.y i I SMALL : BASTING 44 QUART (or
approximately p. was tho lucky winner :Mrs.. Francli Crews visited. < I SPREADER S;;. TURNER SPOON .1 :
m. Principal Jockel of the hand, carved, saddlewhich : FRUIT GARLIC. .
auld this week. with\ Mrs.\ Gladys Grnvin In SPATULA M d OH'ONSETC' .
was given away Sunday For Ttflon Pan. For Ttflon Poni PLASTIC '
A spaghetti .supper will ba afternoon. Sampson City over the week ) l'

featured with nerving from :5 I Ip.m end. 981 '4aaf $1 'Z'mef )i 91 1'l<<4f :. :. 9rl 't'Wut

until 11:30: p.m. A variety Mr.son and of Mrs.Starke L. visited E. Psdgpttnnd Mr. Mr'*. Bunale Broughton who _ _ _ _ : Ii WasteBasket _

ot booths games and enter. and Mrs. Hiram has been a patient. in the he/Au I 1tCt4'f EKCOEPOXY 1 EKCO New Anadn l Alunnmim
Padgptt Friday EKCO .
Bradford! I Hospital in StarUoj, i
afternoon tainment is rather planned than during the evening the Randolph: night L. F.. Reginald. arid is somewhat! Improved. We I @ t ROSEWOOD a, 2 PIECE RANGE SALT 1 SET PEPPER:

program as in years punt. football Padgett ganio nt attendedtho Orange wish her a speedy recovery *--& EPOXYSPATULA PANCAKETURNER HANDLE I I Btry..t
Hr. anti Mrs. Ciimpiinoll.i
Chester Soarle PTA
presi Park. II tKh. GRILL Jf LIIe"
dent Is in of visited their son-in-law and .
charge -
generalarrangements 'Cz c....
Mr. and Mrs Dtirk,
Wcllhausrn For T.llon Pans '
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Juntos SCRAPER
for the carnival, and f For Titian. Pan* 81EAC dl
son of 'Ataxville: [ I 11.00
and Mrs. Foster Hayca is foo..1. I visited Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Satson of Mulberry I t t"I I $149 va t.. _19rl __
chairman. Committees. met. on Mann Sunday afternoon Mrs.Wcllhauscn 'Z'a&ef 911 Z'4h/ 9rl _

Tuesday evening! thlj week to mini Mrs. Mann I ..VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VV. :

make further' plan, vliltcd! '

KI'I'UUTltUS; ) : Til Its.; :.\-,... ._.._ "_'I",......... .U"DIA".....n.I .., ._iI_. ...I LAWTEY\ TOMATO DOUBLE '" MULTIPURPOSE fewt EKCO '1 EKCO DRAW ,


Heport cards for the 11 cat I Mr. !and .Airs.: Howard! Pad- AND I STAINLESS STEEL ,.
six weeks of school ore to be gelt anr sins Thursday. lly lima ll'unrharil. STAINLESSKnife Dampening UTILITY 2M GRATERSLICER I ServingLADLE ( Laundry '

rnt home Thursday this, Wo are c-linl, n Andy__ _Iitnt.._._ ... I . . . _. . BAG SHEARS I BAG
a a a a aaa aa a.aa a as a a a a as
week, nccorduic: to Kichard\ Is out of the hoKpital nnd doIng I Set _-J SHREDDER [ .........
Jockel, principal: of Hampton line after HomrcomliDi be held at j '

Elementary School. eration.Mrs. an appendix op Glare \Methodist Church on 911 ''4e4ef .. 9KI ft
Friday this week, Oct. 15: [ Lllla Mae Carter end Sunday. October 17. ThU U _

there will ..* ix> srhopl for Mrs.[ ICdnn ninckman were. .InJacksonville the seventy-sixth" anniversary ?h.ur1 HEAT, STAIN, ?frjf a.PIECE "" '- JUMBO -... 7 INCH
Htii'lents only! teacheri: ThisFililay business of the Church Rev Troy su CAKE DECORATOR NON-STICK
on : MAR and
h.ia been set up as a day. \Ion-j C. Wakefleld, a former pa-slor ALCOHOLRESISTANT :: : : BACON SET BUTTER P!. PINKING SPOON

teachers' planning day. one of We are sorry to learn that.1 will bring the message at 1 11 1 a. ..r ; Decurlor SLICER SHEARS
-I. .
several throughout tao *nool: Mrs.[ Bernico m. We are looking forward to .
Mosley Is not :
year. l Dlsmlnsal. of clasjds for doing so well<< at this writing. I having our friends join un. for HOTPLATE __ Keeps from Bacon Fm. Bititli WITH FINEST SUPER SHARP SPATULA

etndenta" will alow them to attend Edwin the cervices. curlinj C STAINLESS STEEL ;
Padgett of SET
the UK Homoconjinn. parade > visited his fath,'r Herbert Pad The usual fellowship picnic '.1-1.441 1.00 CUTTERS '

In Galneavilla rulay. gett Sunday. luncheon will be served 891 "''f W Ddeet ---i" 't'41eC/ Sff 1'af,"t 11.49 1',e1 9$1 'lIJM,1

without causing extra abucnteelsm. John David Padgett sprained Everyone Li Invited.
\Sirs Roberta
George was 3-PIECF

4 \II'I.T) CLASSES his foot while working In hostess U> the WSCS Tursdnyevenlnm 2-PIECE 'I: DELUXE _1AV__ .__.v-_ \jf do_ dcfrVJ rrils* 2 PIECESTAINLESS CHROME

Any adults Intereste I In pulpwood recently and was on of last week<< Mrs. H. DRESSM Kn'S r MEASURING. ; STIILCARVING !' PLATED

having a modern math 1.J.or! I crutches but Is doing/ nicely I C. Walnwilnht brought the SCISSORS ? CUP out on pig.Houseware_ s Sale! riI MEAT

SpanIsh class should ge1n'- now.Mr.. and Mrs. Calvin : : Devotional andtrl.\ Ol'viUe' Cf ______ _____ ________________ e......,...

touch with part. of the study book. She'brought
possible, he said thU week. :Mrs. Douglas Keriipy of Mid MAGNETIC TIP t l.CO MIRROR FINISH ROAST
Some have already indicated : out thepoint that all' -
dleburg were visitors at the SHdLVESJf '
Chrl.HtlHni are mnisionaritswhetc f r'1'de! et AA Y6u : .
't.I _
they would like to enroll in Clay Hill Church recently. |I' << 't29' ct'1,4f
ever they happen to be.
such a class, and. more are Welcome bark time. I
any for wonder/ul
Mrs Mae Wells
conducted the p :
needed! to start.fiuxatAM Mr and Mrs\ Charles" :Mos- business. session.We I-i. SPECIAL! 55551T11 PAIRFrogronl __ LOVELY LADY __ COMBINATION
1.\S'Ii: .:'Ii(1 j I'QIlIIlMKM.KI
Icy of ksonville '
wt re ain very iiUd that Mm SEWING Touch Duty 'j CLOTMISPIMlHOLOIK .
? ( ( I.I'll II.KICK: : in Clay Hill over the week

Miss :Martha Sue McCJn.Drafttol'd end.Some Harley could weeks bo of uith absf'l1reVe in aftfrseveral ,.w ..... CombinationOff.r I' LATEXGLOVES f and a TEFLONIRONING .liIt_ .d.

: county home economics of a.
the Clay: Hill were also' ptoavd! have a I '24 PLASTIC

extension agent. met w ith Church members viwited. the I irue.Ht( Mrs. Ore*ht'l of Columbux I h1;. THREAD NEEDLES. _ BOARD CtOTMISVI

1 1 ladles at Hampton city hailWedmi..d&y new church at Lawtey recent-I Ohio \\0 Ith u. She WAS TAPE MEASURE .jtIi'4 PASTELCOLORS I COVER '
last I EACH; ...
mol'ftlRfr week. ly. They reported It WItS a tins hmiso ffucst" of Mrs. Bura- lit.: 'f '

Oct. 6, to diacusH organizing beautiful! church. I lamer for the week After 't.17 "t't dEif 9f* 1'* *tt II:4-'ri6Ut: isSa '9r'-'Z' "

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: TEN BRADFbftb$' i1Ntt ftt.i: itAm. STAnKK., FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCT. i*, 19tsrvvvvvvvvvvvvnvyvvvv'v I

Saturday night with a birth- grounds with Father Lopez of Polllna Place: City Hall Holland Clerk. fnspectors. : M..I Bradford County Public Library I
day party honoring their son. Daytona Beach and had a s4"rIox, : 1- itirviioKUK PRECINCT No 3.-Call, t P Carter f-ioulse. Broxton. I'ertls PRECINCT; No 1SAEllla-
Christ in.UN Clerk lluxel I J. McNeil Polllna beth H Clerk Inspector
Is Inspectors ton. Coreen Andrew. -
David on, his 13 birthday. score of 7-6. A close call, 'but '
MAXVILLE I Ml M< It'll.NI.UHII Jones, Catherine l>vnl, Barbara Place: IUE OvmPIIRCIVCT *: Butty Jean !Sarah
During the evening the a very good,, one. I L2h : : ii.i 1'11'110' >MMiMrriio : Jordan. Pulling Place: LuwtcyItecreatlon : No. I-A'' H. Harley. Corn Uessle foi-on. rolllnir f
youngsters enjoyed playing Following the homd game a <;ii.\x ('ITS'e' 11'\K":. Hall.PRECINCT Jr. Clerk Inspector. : Pete Place: Terwlllecar1 Motor.

By Mrs A. C. Slade games and listening to accordsAfter dance was held:!'' In the high I The AnswerBy SEALED KI.OIIID'PROPOSALS will be Green Clerk No Inspectors S- Mr: J Ine L. Novak. Ellianeth William.T. Hhaller.Margaret Polling. T PRECI.scr Orlffls.: Clerk Mu" 1,111JulU Inapectors .

Phone 289.4491u..u..A..AAaAAAAA.a! the honored guest school gym with music furn- reretvvd/ t>y I the city Clerk. i rityif Gentry Elide 111. Norman' Wul- place: ArmoryPKBC1NOT Bonnie Lee McKinney Norma
opened his many useful gifts ished by the Phantoms. Both I Stark. Florida, until 7:00 p. tar L.... Polllnv Pluce: Fair No I John E.nammond. Jean Lefever. France M.
'R m (Eoxtcrn Mtanilnril Tim.) onSo'am".r UroundsPKKUINCT. Clerk Inspectors: Jo Crew. Pollunc Place Ratllff ,
party refreshments) were served round and square dancing was Rev. Charles Harvey +
9. IDtlft, and pubiulyipttneU No. 4 Joseph A. Ella Hardy Hael Howell John ResidencePRECINCT. )
to the fifteen guests present. enjoyed. After each !game a thereafter at the special (Sis.y, Clerk Inspector l MatyNoeicel. .. P. Simpson Jr. Polling Place- No H France.
BIRTHS CHURCH NEWS dance will be held and music Pastor First Baptist hurch in' that date for addition and George. w'lukler. Myrtle' SouthKlde 1o:1.'ary.PIU'INCT: Dansby clerk Inspector Judy
Mr and Mrs. Tommy Brom- Phantoms I City Council Meeting to t>.. held Jon.. pollliiK Plate: American.. No. 10-Henry B R. Edward, Grace Jordan :Mar I
Rev. Clarence Knight as- furnished by the
lett of Mississippi announcethe Lawtcy Fla. Improvement to the municipal .L.-dUon Hall.PRECINCT. Hlnicon, Clerk Inspectors: Jean great Prevail. Polling Place
arrival of their second sumed his duties Sunday as except October 29 when the sanitary sewerage. system con'Imliifr NO. B-.i Kiln :Man Darby, Mattle Hlliley, Ruth the new pastor of Mt. Zion Indians meet with Macclenny I ot approximately 1.8 Chustaln. Clerk Inspector-: *. Belle Onann-Kxfrs, PollInK PRECINCT:: No. 15-A Theo
child a daughter. Rhonda Denise Baptist Church. A large num- and they plan to furnish their The Blessed Son ofl God ;right hand of power, and coming : mile of 8 inch gravity sewer.. K L. Cradford. Bite It.Me Rae. Place: Ther...... CommunityHouse. Iiyal, Clerk Inspector: Jeanette -
Wednesday September 2 complete underground. Mewago Lou Shaw. PlucBradford Mott. Lucretla :\lur1.
born Betty Polling < Green -
ber attended then first sermon. own band.BIRTHDAY. said in Luke 19:10: ["For the in the clouds: of heaven forcemains ,
stations with
In Mississippi. Maternal pumping High School Auditorium PRECINCT: : No. II W. If /lei Lee Kelley Polling Place
29 We wish Rev. Knight a great DINNER Son of man is come to seek Yet, today He sits at the right( and modifications to existing ,- Maxwell Clerk I Inspectors. Broker Community House.

grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. success. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Kil- and] to save the lost"]1. To hand of the Father and He puinplnw stations PRECINCT NO. -(leoricrt" W Clarice. All kin.., Munule Watter- PRECINCT No. 15-B --OlendaP .
Carlos Harris of Moxvllle The who read All work performed shall be Alva 1'''*. Clerk. Inspectors: DotI nen. Mr. Don 11111. Polling Andrew.. Clerk. InspettorsMargie .
Bramletts are former Maxvllle I Homecoming services were gore entertained; at their every person may retains (tall power] la Heaven In ar<.rdancH with the. plans, I I. Norman. Irene U Faulkner. plsie' Hampton 'city Hull : Dobba, Patricia" Ann
held Sunday at Maxvllle Bap' home Sunday with, a birthday this COPY. I ask the question, and In earth. We find Pilate specifications' and.. contract documents Lillian A. Conner Pulling PlatLiaylesK "*-: PRECIVCT; NO 12Joe H. Johns, Anna West Polling
residents and have been living 1st Church. Rev. J. E. Newton dinner honoring Mrs. Kllgrore's ("What think ye of Christ"]? the Roman procurator !gives pertaining thereto Highway llaptlst Vallnskl Clerk In"pec" In Mississippi for the past which may be examined at the Church Education HWKt. llum. SOLO Ethel Knynioml. Betty New River
The Blessed Son of Ood asked:! and
where Mr. Bramlett Is a former pastor delivered mother Mrs. Doss Higginboth- answer as to Christ says i>rflce at the City Clark, City 0'IHark. PRECINCT NO. 7- William\ Edwards" Polling place: Itchg 10/14
year the morning! message. Rev. am. Enjoying the occasionwere the same question as he walk- [1"I find( no fault In this ... Florida and at the Of-
stationed; with the U. S. Navy. ed the and flr. of Keynolds. Smith and.. .. C
Bobby Knight the new pastor Mr. and 'Mrs. Franklin upon over, man"] I We find Judas the be- .
Jim Rothgeb .
Mr. and Mrs. Hills I Architect and Engineers
over the Word of Ood asks trayer who sold the Saviour of
the arrival of their delivered the evening sermon. Higginbotham and Stanley of 41)19) Boulevard Center. Drive
announce After church service", In the St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. ["What think ye of Christ"]? the world for [1301 pcs. of silver <(*t Office Box 4H50) Jacksonville 1

second daughter, Terry Lynn afternoon singing was enjoy- George Johnson, of Jacksonville In Matt. 22::42, We find that said, ["I have betrayed Florida Plan and

born 29 at the Wednesday Naval Air September Station ej by the Weeks family the Mr and Mrs. Gene Johnson Christ asked the Pharisees the Innocent bloo.:1..J.: ] The CenturIon sp ( lfl Reynolds<*atlons may, Hmllli be purchasedfrom and Hills IT'S ILLEGAL

Jacksonville. TheRothgeb's Williams family* and the Max- and daughter, Mr. and question ["What think ye of and the soldiers who were for, the sum of 19.00 per set.
Hospital In vine quartet. Mrs Ben Higginbotham and Christ"]? Paul defines Christin assigned to the task of Nail- the cost of one set of plans. amixperlfloittlons ,

Claude Oreen are occupying the Homecoming services were daughter, the Raymond Kll- the fullness of His deity In ing His hands and feet to the General Contractors will be refundableto who.submit

house. held Sunday at the Long gore family Doss Hlgglnboth 2 Cor. 5:21: By saying, "For( cross and the piercing of His bona fide bids upon returnIn

Mr and Mis Bob Tollettere 1 Branch Baptist Church with am and June. He hath made Him.': to be 'sin' side said "Truly] this was the good ,condition, with ten (10)(

the parents of a boYJ; David I I dinner on the grounds following Recent visitors of Mr and for us, He who knew no 'sin'that Son of God"John dual days copies after. bid of the openingIndivi specifications- For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

Eugene born Saturday. services. Rev Reginald Mrs Avory Slade: and family we might be made the the baptist said of and partial. set. of drawing

October 2 at) the Naval Air Taylor pastor of the church were Mrs. Ed Wallace and righteousness of God in film "Behold the Iamb of may be procured for $5.00 per
Station Hospital in Jackson- and $0 50( .sheet respectively Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
delivered the homecomingsermon children Diane Roy and Terry Him"]. God. John the Apostle said copy not refundable per. a
ville. The Tolletts' are living The Yet the world has always "He is the bright and the
to a large crowd Wallace's wer enroute A Bid flnnd properly, executed.
in the Randolph Crosby house Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw helda to Miami from. Fort Riley looked upon Christ Jesus our morning Star.'' The Apostle by the lildder and by a qualified

while with the Mr.U.Tollett S. Navy.Is stationed Sunday School meeting at Kansas where they will make Lord:! altogether distinctly the Paul answers, "I count all I ( Surety. ,'hec,'or k on a any certified Nationalor orCashier. The Name Is Registered !i i

her home last Monday night their home while Master opposite, of the teachings of things but 'dung' for the excellency State Hank. In a aum not

Mr and Mrs James Cole- for the Young Ladies: Class of Sergeant Ed Wallace Is stationed the Holy Bible, while every of the knowledge! of I less than, five percent (G"f,1> of.

man are the proud parents of the Marvlllc1 Baptist Church. at Viet Nam. true born again believer knows Christ Jesus my Lord." The the amount made payable to
their third child and first son. "SCHOOL' NEWSA Paul Harbert arrived here Him as the only Saviour of the Angels of Heaven answer the must, City accompany of Ktarke each, bid Florida.*s a Read This Florida Law ;

James Ellis born Wednesday: meeting was !held last last week from Viet Nam for soul and they' know Him to "Unto you la born a Saviour guarantee that the Bidder will 1

September 22 at St Vincent's Wednesday afternoon for the a stay with his wife and three be the way the truth the life. which is Christ the Lord." And not withdraw from the compe

Hospital In Jacksonville Pa- 5th grade teachers Mrs. Harrison children. Before going to Viet They know Him to be that now Father In Heaven which and tltlon In the after event openlnathe the contract bids!I..

ternal grandmother: Is Mrs. F. and Mr. Edwards and Nam Mr. Harbert spent 18 'peace' that passeth all under- knowest all things? '"THIS( I awarded to the nidder, he' will NIt shall be unlawful fur any person er persons .. .Jeflae .......*, tengage 1

B. Coleman of here and Ma- standing. IS MY BELOVED SON. IN within ten ((101) days thereafter
parents of the pupils to plan months In Formosa. and furnish In burinem as herein defined. under! a fictitious name as herela de \
ternal grandparents are Mr. The Bible gives us WHOM I AM WELL' PLEAS- enter Into contract
for the Halloween Carnival. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Jonesof many
the required bond falling which fined. without and unless said fictitious name shall W registered with the
and Mrs. Ellis Giddens of views as well as the thoughts ED. .
This year's carnival will be Williamson, Oa. vllsted he .shall forfeit deposit .11.1111\
,Jacksonville held on Saturday October 30. here the first of last week and words that were the expression As this copy goes to press. I doted: ilHmiixes. The 'Hid Bond derk of the circuit court of the county: where the principal place .l1 bnsinexMIs. .

BIRTHDAY PARTY It Is a Joins I. effort of the elementary with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph! !' Lucas of the hearts of men I ask of everyone, "What i end, Performance to be secured. riond from and required an with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid aa affldaTit fI

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and high schools in and family during the earthly; : ministry' of think ye of Christ? Your agency of the surety or Insurance -
all interested under eath
stating the Wtsll
signed by
entertained at their home which the, proceeds are divided Earl Mosley h' recuperating the Blessed Son of God. For summation of His deity and ,company which agent persons .

equally between the two PTA's at his! home here after undergoing Instance the 'Pharisees' when saving power, and your full shall have. nn established Slate, of Flor-placeof those interested In the business enterprise, the extent .f the In
business In the
ARE TERMITES' j The Bildwln! Indians won surgery! recently at st. asked, replied. "He eateth with acceptance or rejection of Ma, and tie duly licensed/ to .conduct tenet of each and the fictitious name under which said business carried

; their 21st game in a row Filday Vincent's Hospital In Jack- publicans, and sinners." Cia- business therein I
Him in
night when they traveledto sonville.; phus. the high priest of the your heart shall de- Bach: bid shall he addressedto .n. Said registration may not-be made until the person er persons desiring

DESTROYINGYOUR I termine your eternal existence!: the City Council.: City ufHturke to In business under fictitious shall have advertised his.
Bunnell and met with the Mrs R. V. Durrance' and Sanhedrln. answered "HE: is Florida and mark.lun"'lp,1 ." engage a name or ',t

1 1I Bulldogs there. Coach HaroldAv1nte1"s : (daughters of Starke visitei a blasphemer, because' He said Will It be Heaven? Or will It ":\ Heweraiie Improvement their intention to register said fictitious name at least ones a week for four 'f

HGME? I / team defeated St here recently with Mr and ""Hereafter ye shall see the 00 an endless 'HELL'? Yes. I'rolllram.OlIy..r Btnrke
Florida" and delivered to the ((4)) consecutive weeks In some! newspaper as defined by law In the county
John's River Conference foe Mrs. Earl Mosley and family Son of Man sitting on the Chris is the Answer! of (
office of I the City Clerk 1 City r
FREE where said registration Is to be made and said registration shall not to
Bunnell 28-6 for their fourth Mrs. Avory Slade and Htarke, Florida. either hy a rpnsentatlve >-
daughter vvvvvvn.nvmvvvmvBayless < 1 of. the Hlddc' who accepted by the clerk of the circuit court receiving ..
INSPECTION straight victory. This Thursday Dianne visited recently :Mrs C. A. Cronby were their shall. obtain a receipt therefor except upon proof

/ night the Indians excurs- in Jacksonville with Mr. children, Mr. and) :Mm.: Jake or by reitlstered mall with return such publication.AREA : .

ion will take them to Jack- and Mrs. J. T. Hendry. Parrltih and children of Win- receipt requested'
& TetCarawgaaal. Hiway The ntv the right to
fmivllle: where they will meet Mrs. Jeanette Whittemoreand ter Garden, :Mr. and Mrs. For
waive Informaltles In any bid,
Class A Bolles. On October 1 1 sons of Callahan are rest Crosby and Mrs, Evelyn to rejec. Any or all bids In whole If in business under
539: E. Call 96i-39G.r: By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAj are engaged! name
the Indians met on homeLAWSON'S spending\ some time In Indiana Thomas of Jacksonville. or In part with or without you any ,<<
and For to accept the bids ,
visiting relatives.
Mrs. Whitte- cause
of Mrs Kenneth
will he for
that In It Judgment f
more is the daughter of Mrs. Williams will be glad to know the best Interest of the City of

MARKET Louise Miller Mr and Mrs Felix Sapp of that aha Was able to return to Htarke. FI"rlda.Attention '

Visitors during the week of Starke were' dinner guests of her home Sunday after beinga I Is called to the fact other than your own and have not bad this name Y
Mr and Mrs. Slade Mr. and Mrs George Alvarez that some. hid Item or1( portionsof ,
Avory and .
Cold medical patient in Bradford the sewer lines may. b. deleled -
Storage Grocery Store children were Mrs. Monroe Sunday. They also) had as afternoon -
from the work to hold the
,. I Gray of Marietta Mrs. Louise! guests Mr and Mr.. County Hospital last week. cost of the project within the properly advertised and registered will be
Sunday of Mr.
guests and we
1 Miller, Mrs Dan Parrish and L C. Sapp of Jacksonville available funds The extent of ,
,\ I Mra. A. B. Whiteheacl. Jr. were the deletions will he determineda.
I Rev and Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. Katherine ReddlHh bid.are .
as possible after
.Mr quickly
and Mra. Billy Shiner of
.,.:. Knight, of Raiford. apprnv..iCITY
: Vivian Browning of Jacksonville Mr Lottie Jones of Brooker Interlachen and Mr and Mr. I'OL'Nflt. glad to give all Information as to
e Wayne Farrlsh and< baby of n..F TIIR you necessary \
i. afy ... was Sunday dinner was supper guest of her son Brooker. CITV .IK HTAHKR, FU>HII>Allv

.q' guest of her brother and als- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Merrill Kdwarda:
t I f ... 1 ,'..".. i I, ter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bud- Mr. Gordon Jones Friday Ode Dobbs of Raiford wn CITY L-LilMIK:
4 ". I I.t visiting hla daughter and son- 10/H St UIZ' what should do.BRADFORD
1 I dy Browning. night and was overnight guest you .
tn.JI1W11';) and Mrs A. II
.t I Sunday dinner guests of of her aon-ln-Ia-w and daughter I
Whitehead Sr. Sunday afternoon Notice ,lii. hereby given: that
II Mrs. F. B. Coleman and son 'Mr
111 Donnie were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norman 0' Ilisdford, CountyFlorida .
Mr. and Mrs J. M.
I, Pellum and:! family and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stearns Dyer has. selected the follow
and Mrs. B. F. Coleman and were visiting In Jacksonville Inc tc. serve ear.. clerks and Inspector COUNTY TELEGRAPH
of Tavaren were guests of the Sunday afternoon.Mr. *. for the November. *
dl, .w.. li daughter! all of Jacksonville T. N. Normans recently. The l-rlmarv and. Poling PlatyPltl'INCT
and I Mra Andrew Jack.
St Clair
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Mrs El Treadwell and son Norman and their guests visited son and children of Jackson lUrley.. Jr. Clerk NO I -Inspectors-

spent) part of last week in Mr. and Mra H. C. Edward Pororfhy Virginia Bennett leor- _
ville were visiting ;Mr. and
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We I Jacksonville! with relatives. and .iMr and Mr. Bar- Mrs. Howard Brown and Mrs .. W Happ Kernlce U atarllnn = j- --- j

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Mrs. J. E. Newton underwent I Eggers and in Jacksonville -- -- -...- --
ney family .. =
Neta Drown Sunday. := !
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will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a I I surgery Monday of this on Saturday., Mr. and Mra Larron/ ) Croaby -:::;a

Small Fee for Tick-up-Butchering cows $.1.00 per I week at the Riverside Hospitalin Weekend guests of Rev. and end children of Brunalck Ga

Head and Hide Hogs 3c per Ih.-Cleaned Weight Jacksonville pent the weekend with his BUSINESS DIRECTORY j

For Chill-cut and wrapping S'/jc' per Ih. with paper Jeffery and Cheryl North John North. parents, Mr and Mra. U A.

children of Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs. Dave Cover- Crosby. Mr. and Mra.\ Charles .

We Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers I Roger North of Jacksonville dale and son. Miss Helen Crosby and non of) Ocala. also -------- =.:

Phone ifit-82Sl) 218 Washington, St.t I spent Saturday with their North and Austin Ellis spent visited, them Sunday night
I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Sunday in St. Augustine and Mr and Mra. Buddy' Cadle AUTO .. & SERVICE \ AUTO SALES &SEIIVICE;; CHAIN SAWS MotorcyclctnSfooteraStreit's

visited with an old friend Jim and children of Jacksonville

Hoker. spent the weekend with the A. & J. Saw Bicycle Shop
Motors Inc. Replicars I Inc.
Mr and MM. O. B. Green parents Mr and Mra. Warren Barkley & Mower Co.HONDA MOTORCTCLXa'

and Mr. and Mrs Leon Butler Cattle.Mr Mhnu. A Ti.. .......
Imported Car f1peclalillr.
BEST LITTLE: ORGANIZER of Mlddleburg attended Sun- ;) and Mra Charley Morrla TRIUMPH Jo An4nr>n. )'JrI''.
FIATHtLLMAN n lit Chain I Sawn D.nU--aSA-lsdsM i
ome e "
day night church services at returned to their home In Texas SUNBEAM: Motorcrc lr s-e.les i i8CHWINK cI 8en1IIe '
Maxvllle Baptist Church. Wednesday. after upending a ALFA-ROHEO SALES fc: SERVICE!
IN Mr. and Mrs. Bob McClung ,two months an house (guests of Repairs A: Parts All fake., A: Safe Work
W. SpvctftUs la
TrmrtorA 9.111
children visited I 8.t.1f' 1 : Gravely
ands Monday and
Mr. and Mrs W. C.'ar,1
flS W. rn+ AT .
I SALES A Arrtlr
of this week at Fort White! Mr. and Mra.. Pete Barton. 113 IS.&. Second St. cMin..vWe '
I Factory Trained Mechanic :2022 N E. Blvd. Oalnemne O.Inenltl.' 51.7741IN
with Mr. and Mrs Danny I Mr. and Mrs. LHlJeVate... '
CLEAN ABED CAM TL S7t-1481 Phone 372-33A:
"' Clay. of Lake Suitor were dinner I PAINT & GI.A.SSo.lae..w.
I Just Off Waldo Road
!>.t N. MAIN I'
Mrs Marvin Green of Mid- guests of the Loyd Padgett -

: dleburg visited hers last week I Saturday I 171-4171 AUTO SALVAGE CONCRETE l PRODUCTS Liddell Paint &

with Mra. Dora Byrd. Mrs. Mrs. Jerry Dyal and M,.. --

: Elbert Green and Mrs Albert Loyd Pndgttt entertained their JEEP Glass Co.
Smith and family.Mr. Intermediate Sunday School redly of 4 Wheel l Drive INSIST THAT ALL TOUR
and Mrs. Ouy Frlgo and a RAMBLERFlrxwt CONCRETE PRODCCTS
and Training Union classes recently Paul's Auto t Salvage ARE THE BEST PR family of Jacksonville: visited 'with. wiener roast at Ameiiall' Economy]!) Oar Tab Enclomira 81 ...

here Sunday witlV Mr and the home of the latter. The .,,4 Ikntee W* Buy Wrecked Ci At Edwards BuildingSupply o-re. WlJajI_ Awnta .
Mrs D. B. Ortffis.
young pcnpl enjoyed. games PRICES Inc. Carpet wan p.ewea".- ;.
Mr and Mrsl Avory Slade Rid a Motor Co.TOP ,
gW y
during the evening. Everyon. hoe.a C and family were Sunday: of nt S. Mala 171-4I44
had a rest nice time. AH Make A Mmleb Cued NW. SUtKntH 8L
llil H. Main ,
last week dinner of n.rvnavlua. n.A
guests Mr
Therell be Mr. Levis and Mra
no more harried hunting Irom'office Ruben I aake..vOl. 171-1411 Pan. OAJNT..CIvn.z.rr: 372--1
and Mrs W M Slade of
Ethel DeLoarh of Crescent! I GARDEN SUPPLIES ,
to closet to bookcase to desk whenyou've
Hampton. Go, were recent visitors with Co.'hIetype "V>nir--VV' WU1 PLATING: ,
B & G Motors
rented a Sale Deposit box here Mrs Larry Brown and twodaughters _._
their parent Mr. and Mr.V..
I ".. .
Any Fart V.e TM.GklnnTtn
for mere pennies a week.Then you can keepall of Memphis Tenn I C. Ward en route to<>> Fort My-I' CADILLAC-OLDSMOBOJC Johnson & Paris, Inc. Ocala Chrome
are spending twq weeks here BALES: & BERV7C 17C-4MS

your important papers, jewelry and with her mother Mrs. Louise era.Curtlsa. Dicker and children TVUe Selection of Used Oar Complete Lin ot Plating, Inc. ,

other valuables in one place.. safeguarded Miller' before going to Lemore -I Taken On CuttHM' Trad* 441 N. Put Stork Yard 511DM-rLANTS: Copper Nickel. CbnmlmmOadmhim. i lI

Calif. where!' they will make of WaycroM, C* were gill N. W. Ilta, Hi. 441 FCRTILIZKILSW : MvlcU PtnUMngCuiteni "
against fire and flood theft and
prying eyes1 Sunday gumta of Ida mother I
their home whlli, Mr. Brown InUrldf'-p" 8...... BufllncANTIQUE
Mr. P. C. Dickens\ and sister, pnoN1l: m-7iis CXCANINOSfLVTR.
Rent Safe box here Is stationed with the U. I Rent Fertiliser' Spreader ..
your Deposit NOW1FLORIDA! Navy. S'I Mra. Carolyn Kurrimay.iMra. DODGE .DARTAatomatie Transmission : BRAS4. COPPEaXndustrUI
y O. E. Crosby and Mr*. 334 NW 8th AT..
Ronnie Miller son of Mrs DODGE TRCCK9PooleGable Hard CbroOM {v
Louise! Miller. has been transferred J. L John) were business visitors PHONE 171-47 111 NE Sad A.... OesieI5ep.ndable

from the Naval Air In Gainesville Saturday. Ceed L.. City Automatic 0.-111010" Via rn iHancock CU-CII.

Station in Jacksonville to Mra. Garland Osteen and I' Motors
Washington son and mother of Jacksonville Transmission Inc. WEARCherry's TYI"EWRITF.RS_
and Ernie Norman of 110 a E. lt Av*. Gainnue ,
Sunday afternoon visitors of'
PHONK 372-1143 OfficeEQUIPMENT
Mr and Mrs. Galne vll1. were visiting Mr. Raa
Avory Slade and tl I Euhaa.

I ', family were Mr. and Mrs. V. I and Mra. Edward Norman. I An Makes and Model
KAT 1 E'
S TAR 1 iOne K I Tropical Pontiac
Mr and Mra Charles Crlbbs '
: J. Slade of Hampton. TRUCKS OJneUl MOM PtAhlonabfaAddres BmiUi-Coron!! AaLoortwdAddlnc
Jackie Lynn I and baby of Gainesville were In Lkal.
and: Angela c. Pot t.ad2eI.
of 31 Banks of the Florida National Waters of Baldwin are spend visiting her parents. Mr. and X nhnomcter Pre-Tectcd C'Iar7TMalIa

Group ing this "",k.hprf' with their Mra. Gordon June Tuesday TRUCK QUO CENTER: : WORK GUARANTIED: DRESSES-B OTS: -COATS' VTxlitaf*, CalcoUtar

Member grandmother Mrs. Dorothy SALEH -SERVICE- RENTALS>
Federal U4TER.NTTT
Deport Insurance paN T I A WEARACCESSORIES
Corp. O
i Waters while their parents. BUDGET J'1..A.'f' SATE: TIMi.-fires y-4!..
Plastic Notebook U' at the ...........
Rev and Mrs. Jack Water are 230 N.W. 8th Aft. 0abI-m. 1409! 8. Main wtQJ r fttw&
in North CaroUna.t US If. UaJn St, Oto .vtarrssui .
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Beauty Shop ''Golf ActivitiesAt Homemakers Club I Five Local Men 'Indians
Lose To Trenton 12-6
KEYSTONE I Changes HandsNew Country ClubIn I Tour Ft. CarolineMembers I NEWS NOTESBy II In Colorado Wreck ; I

owner of Keystonv Full Swing of the Clay County Helen! Cgan Mayor Injured
I In Fast and GameThe
Beauty Shop li Edith Johnson extension, Homemaker: Club Rough
HIGHLIGHTSBy Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Wy- Flnlocal men In Colorado
who recently Completed purchase recently toured the Port Caroline -
man were winners: of Sunday's COlIftJNITCIIURCI: ( for a fall hunting trip wereIn
of the bU1J1JSS from National Memorial Park
mixed best-ball tournament at Circles of the Community an accident near Pueblo Trenton Tigers.. t moving theI) ball back up field
former owners Mr and Mrs. located near the mouth of the
Emily Thomas Ray Olson. the Keystone! Golf and Country -' St. John River and Klngsley/ Church Women will meet on when their camper went out the hard fighting K I a couple of yards. Brokas

Club with a low net score Oct 18. Mrs Thomas" Nor of control and overtuineit several Indiana 13-6 In, Friday about to be Tiger mauled
A former she o1Actley's Plantation.
;? meager
Phones I Centt.on N of 30. Second: ; place winners of The wood's Circle at 1 1,30: at the i times after a tire blew poorly officiated pUskht loosed a fast) one across the
Beauty group convened I atS&rldtJand'
1 W. the tournament in Its third home of Mrs Axel Malmgrenwith out Saturday at 1:00: p. m. test' field to Cooper who streaked!
Day 473.4666 Nite 473.4589 16th Boulevard In Gainesville II for lunch between
the plans to milk? h' week were Mr. end Mrs. Fremont touts Of tilt two places of In I Mrs. Alma Frost.a... co- I Injurvd 11t.hl'. accident The action was fast 83 yarta for a Indian T. D

-- residence !n Keystone Kochanges : Tolles and Mr and Mrs. terest. poetess Mrs Clarence Davis I which wrecked the camper,. rough throughout the ..., Brokas kicked for the extra

t the spring Tulips and hya- are in the offing foi E P. Alken. tied with. 33. I Among those attending Circle at(, 1:30: at the. home of was Keystone mayor M. L. with Trenton only scum point. No good

should be refrigerated Mixed Two-Ball Tourney were MI.'.. Edwin Dwyer Sr. withChahinan I ties I BetuHley. driver of the twice In the first half anJ \ El: Tiger's Wilson caught the
present time with the Mrs J. W. Van Busker! Mrs. .
r six weeks before planting. And Supper. Planned I Davy as co-hostess- vehicle. who Is reported In satisfactory Ing checked by !the Indians Indian's punt on the 3, running
shop to continue Its present Geneva Chab, Mrs. Herman
/ : for the cold open hours Tuesday through Plans are underway for a Roehl. Mrs. A. H. LaOiuse I I| Mrs. Robert Dodd's Circle at
, a ther they would normally Saturday during regular business mixed two-ball tournament on gill: tTh,. Carl Whrtrup. of I!'I the\ home of Mrs Walter Watson hospital with cuts and I Ploy commenced with markers down; against. Trenton !' -

: farther north. All bulbs! hours and Friday even Sunday beginning with a 3:00: Keystone Heights; Mrs L. A. I'I at 1.30: ; Mrs Henry Mlc- bruises. Also shaken up were koa taking the Tlgvr's punt IS yards, clipping z

: be planted in Novem- ings. Coffee is served *U the p. m. shotgun start and followed Le >,. Mrs.: D. C. Black Mrs :, kle's Circle at 1 :30 at the four other occupants of the the 14 and returning It : Slaughter; currying, moved

in rich soil with bon meal II shop as an added convenienceto by a covered dish supper Maybell Maminir. Mi-s. Carol i home of Mrs C. S. O'Brien, vehicle< Paul Tyre Walter yards up field to the f I. the bull out to the 10 where h*

Inch or so deeper than rec the club are invited I I the home of Mrs. arid Robert Menzen. kai" were Incomplete on (Continued
I, Mr. and Mrs. Oxm! will Mrs. O. B. Baulde. Mra L. R. I Floyd on !Next I"al'll')
on the package for Entries for the tournamentmust Koon's at I '30.; Mrs. Elmer I The camper was owned bv next two ploys and
continue to> assist at the shop Richardson and:! Mrs. L. E.Gnann. -
> : growth of sturdy stems be In bv noon Saturday How for a short period of time. of Mlddleburg. m'l
the exception; of narcU- with no definite future plans WOMEN'S: GOI.F RESULTS Also participating Circle will meet at the to salvage only a few persona lowing playPbllowing Melrose Downs

bulbs ahould be treated it the present. Last Thursday- a Choose- Welland Short deem were Cove Mrs. of Mrs Ray Old-ton with Mrs. belongings from the wreck. Cooper's 40 Hawthorne 29.6The

annuals, with freah bulbs Your-Partner Tournament lII'AI Springs Mrs. Herbert, Louth as co-hostess.; i punt taken by Wilson for !
Inll planted each year held for the Saundf'n.j J Rrbecca Titters' on the 33. tackled \ Metro
| morning meet j Mrs. L. A. Post Mrs. met at 8:00 p. Mustangs but-
jj I the varieties which flats are petunias statlce.Ur. with' Mrs. Whitney Wyman;' Llnsler Mrs Joe Marjorie' with Mrs. Frank Ilgen n1'1 transformation Into a edificeof by punter Cooper. tied to a 39-4 victory over the

do well in this area are flower. tansies snap- and Mrs. E. T Martin winners i| Joe Bargeron. Powers.Miss Mist I II the. Nightingales, at the rellulons rvices' U re- lout 8 yards on A penalty. Hawthorn Hornet at Melrose .

jonquils daffo-ils. nar- :h agons. carnations calendula. With- a_ -net-_ 35_ _In n second place Bsrgeron. of and Farms Mary I| Of Mrs. Howard Tucker at mnrkable *loyd Baker render- llleiral procedure.' offset" on to .-.-,.-,-rn-- Heir crltl c. w h o
Penney eel l olo
hyacinths ranunc.lta., pink. holly lot"k. candytuft were! Mrs E P AIken and I Mrs Maude ; j 1:45: p. mFamily a with Mrs George next play by a 8 yard loss said they would not win.

t? I iris and snowdrops. If alyssum, verbena, delphlium Mrs. H. U Sutton. with 36 I Charles Hleler. Mrs.Htckers.P Mrs : dinner in charge of Cariova. ai tae pure Keystone on A offsides Th Mustangs started thgam ->
soil In poor. It may be and larkspur Vermiculite Following the Prf Wllkes. Mrs. Ntoruoort kites June Reynolds conducts Titter!' Slaughter took' to '
f or / play a covered Mrs.. A. K.: Hendrix and Mrs. Davis as they kicked off to the
i by the addition of a builder's MUKJ are UM' best dish luncheon was held at : Mr*. E. A. Rowan of Doctor's and ] Circles will be held at 8-30: In a Bible Story Hour every' air. a route he. Hornet.. On the first play after .

I \(- fertlll/er Bulbs mediums In winch to plant the the home of :Mrs Gay Livingston Inlet. the educational building on I Thursday from 10-11 a. m. at through out the game, they rained puKHeulon. of

1 always be planted In seeds in the fats: drupe boxes at which time Keystone Oct 20. Mr and Mm, Bob her home on Highway 21. for | a straight one 20 yards the tall Butch Aarwuod run

r.'n, sunlight in clumps, rut he. iine:* with aluminum foil Club\ Professional Lea flteph- .....t... y yyyVV. Hendry: have charge! of the 3-0 year oldsEastern field to Lancaster ball ever from Melrtwea-s 83

in row pierced with tiny holes make en.on discussed plans for the prOtlrsm Rebecca. and Night Star Chapter 379 there by Moon yard line. Junior Junto kicked

varieties of winter the beat flats future and then scheduled invitational I ingale Circles are" In charge of held its first Fall Chapter Trenton gullied only about the extra two points that

can boo planted now OU spray* may be used on golf tournament to MELROSE the three day Rummage Sale |i meeting on Oct. 8 In the Mel- yarn;! on ground travel In !' Melrom In the lead 8-0 and put]

prepared backyard gardens, azaleas, camellia" citrus and be held !late In November, having on Oct. 31: 22. 23. Place.. tn rose Masonic Temple Worthy next two plays The aceressh' they maintain the lend.

fI at uplntch ra lsh. on ither ornamentals now to control been rrsrTiriuled' ":! from the By Jojre Rowe be announced later Matron RJyUie Nicholson\ and Indian.. Hue fonts throughout the rest
*, cauliflower. rollarda. let scale white fly. mealy latter part of thh month because Men's Club Dinner to whirls Worthy (Patron J Asiile Wll- HlauahfAor to take "IIRln to Ih m.. UM
j Thoaa
;I carrots cabbage broc- bugs and red spider mite The of previous POA commitments 415.5501aaassASaauuASaaA.aAaJ the ladles are" Invited will be Mama directed the regular. sir Hit pnvi was low'nnd. f.,, A short time later the Hor-

beets anrt! Mrawbcriles A teason for use of the oils la New club member on Monday Oct. 28 at a.30: In Chapter meeting of business. end intercepted by Olenn .ht scored their

lawn and aarden fertili fall. and oprtng. when the Mra H. L, Sutton.. introduced Mr seat Mrs. Grant Roth- the. educational building The Following !the chapter! meeting, Keystone on the 43 yard linenienn 1I't In the only touch-.

i) will .jd the proper noun weather Is cool but not cold to the group hammer pent a few laya Visiting guest speaker will be Secretary the Muster Ma-ions were'. Invited mml. It bark to the threw game when George
J 2 \.l to rhe' soil for these Spray early In the morning or This morning a Past Presi their daughter\ and son-in- of the Florida Senate, the to the Chapter room, and on the next, play Hix> Jimmy a yard pass
Surrency The
case of strawberries, mHs ate In the .venln*. preferably dents' Trophy Tournament law Mr and Mr.. VlrjrU R w.,, Honorable. Ed Fraser" HH where the Chapter. members tin'fed up 8 more yards for the extra try

now available for planting the latter and do not spray cheduled for a three-week. They left early Tuesday mornIng timely topic will be "What presented an appropriate Indium which era lost on !".' point was un-

) : raised rows him hay when. the temperature is over' I ISO period of time, was begun, Florida I* Doing For The Retired Courtesy The members. of I the next play will a penall, Both teams

f cohered with black phis degiees or under 4*. Boll In with the ll-hole group slatedto We were sorry to hear nai CiUnrns," Dinner tickets< choirs were Mra. Irma Lockwood. nunlmt Keystone fi r Illeus'promlme were seorelwa\
Mis Five the second| quarter' '
Mr. aa they
This provide a clean which tomatoes are to be play 64 holes of golf' and Roy risk Is In the hospital for Men's Club member are ..

for the berries, and Is a olanled In the spring should I the nlne-hoJe. group to play 37 Mrs. Techla McQrlff oc tl &0 and<< ladles and guests Alcen* Wilson Mrs, lacy Fin- A Ko'y"hllfumhle ,, each other. Though

for Insects and bird 'x- treated now wttih> a nrmarl'e holes over!' the! three rounds Jackaonvlll spent lust weekend tl.28. FMenrfs: are cordially Invited "ley. Mrs hazel Mth teiuna drove deep, neither
Fail I Haynor(" !'Mr. Rnvlle Cnl- .. able to cruse the goat l line.
.: might damage the crop to keep the plant from' scheduled:" !' for today Oct 21. with her mother Mrs. H. but reservation must the Tigers were unable to .
with the half the .... '.
gin Mr Irene William
seeia which can be and 28INDIAN. be mad place with It Slaughter .1'
having early wilt or othersnematode : T AmlUi. Lsat XVcdneailsy afternoon before Ort J3 Mrs. any
.I s 6.
directly into tile ground -caueed diseases.Among Mr. Smith vlslld tr Clarence Davis Circle members at the piano DreMMHl In sunbonnets tiled the sir twice. No go; bothIlIcllnt.l -

this time are cornflower the do note are those :' .ttll tteet.yttTt y grandson and hw. wife, Mr will b., hoMtewwsMlm and colorful aprons. fAo Making\ It for At this punt. It seemwl that

*' : pea. bell of IreUnd. of not pinching back potnurttlis and Mrs Keith Cheehlr, In Kathy lllnck will assist they sang a parody on Old TlTiittm 4 down and a to '0. would. be a low-eoorlng
McDonald hud a Farm There! .m., the minutes of the
and other
" poppy and not fertilizing I BEACH Alachua. Mrs Nettle Smith each Slaughter mule-klrke t a
' phlox and verbena azaleas and camellias< It la too .Mr and Mr. Norman Mol- Sunday morning during. were hone. Keystone water, yarder. Broken returnml It tn .' quarter ticked away and

, I Other varieties bef started inThat's I late, and would, cause new tedo and fanuly spent hut Church Worship Service: In rhrubs' and pretty plants fartiliwr the 30 there attempted a lI& no scores: '
(lAke Santa F rakes all accompanied Howevern the third
.) quar
growth to form. which would weekend In Cherry Lake vlalt- the Nursery whlcti Is held in Cooper Incomplete
r; I the appropriate verse' presented Metro bruka UMNM with
theplant the Paraonaii Another Keystone ,
freeze and overly damage Mr. Jack r. Muter Sr. Ing relative' .
to the Master Mavon' the ball, to Tr.nt')1aIl1 -* touchdown>> and t three
The Circle gan' over
In the winter or in W* wen happy to hear that will each arr.nn -
aaaassaaaaas..ssasas.a along with the Stars. who will s i .tra .points.Th .
case of polruwttlss. would Mrs Ulanne Tlson la home for he* service beginning ln. but the Tliicr were un.abl
vent bloom heads from th.1 All! What sweet complaints from the with Mr. Norwood's work and labor to beautify the t.n gain much more first cam shortly af
ing Citrus may bet given I gut Qua .....- you imimtmdm Also home from the hospital number one Circle for October Temple iiroutU:! I 4 yerda In :3 plays ., the start of the quarter

blew you I Ton will never Following the meeting, asocial Then " "' Ktlill: Rothhmmar car
I light application of 0-14-14. :, November will be Mrs Clarence
\la R. M. Caeun., who
containing no organic matter i ito believe my reason I dept spent a DavU Circle hour and refreshmenlawere foul I peitalty against .. the ball ti>>> .the,. 1 yard l
couple of In the !
harden< up the tree for t.he'| most of tti* n w. gathering in falatka. hospital The Community ChurchWomen served bv the committee put Trenton within ..' .. The next play took Atel-

winter month day! K'. 1'.01en. to Verbena held their regular Mrs. VesU Alke-ns. Mrs VelmaNfunwn on the 4 yard line ,a. to the 1 fad line Un the
Ala. Mra. 1'alrh.k ailsnon ami and Mm' PhyllU itusspy Illegal play Hutch Anw.....t took
A timely< hint now according | fur a must a4 occasion evening meeting on October On the next play procedure.
daughter left lut l
< Oct 19.t B (X) u'clixk
to Zlke. 1 U to tie hardwood Jark'. cousin o..url. O. Usy- week to Falk.Church 4 at tile educational building I IcMt Trenton. 8 yards bail elx inure Inch** and
return to ''
euttlnira up In bundlea. and tor Jr. wham w. had visitedU1e Mr. Nettle< mltchberry pro the chapter offinrra will pre- moving the hull buck. to the 9 Cuntlnmtd( On Next Puge)
Va. .
after a vl with Kent "A FI'IO'III"IlIn.
bury them In sand about one I year on vacation was gram chairman arranged to El Tiger nest two attempt"
her aunt and notch, Mr, inil| ...... reported| of memberswere
foot deep which will cause I found cruwnxi In a pund on combine the devotional and .t scoring were bolllxettHluuuliter MURRHEEInsurance
Mrs U. E. Kelley thorn of Mra. I>H llav-
them to harden off sod! be the family property W. made the program Mr*. A. C Holt then. nhnl a 8 yard-
business with MUa Itoiuia >leurheji. who l I" Richard Murrhiw was In
about doing ahom. cry
/ t". nice thing ready for planting pots In the the trip over the weekend and was. leader of the devotional er to<' iiUY who made It Agency
At. Johns River Ju- and .
attending< lira .-own.d, home-operated bank. Decisions which springtime Many of these will' w.r. amil>ly uh.wot.-J. Mo program and the Mine* Jan. for the Thl r'a first. touchdown
Nor' College In Palatka. spent transferred to Ja'kw>nvUI,, General Insurance
I can affect vitally the people of this area ore made by develop roots during the winter "her.' font
folks who live right her In town, who hav de.p I 1 up un *um of the neighbor's mother Mr*. I'.ley Ituyd Her presented a fine portrayal enter!' Bt Vlllr ent'a for lent' rMJ gtssl (''''''II\f.TY? MA-
f Don't forget the children In g.*/ig.-un.Hpvakutg. Helen of the Ulble story of j I This was Ilk. flre-watrr' RINK AJTf-HCJNtMt
and continuing inters ill our community.i roommate, MM. "ita- Mr. Georgia Miii-rhee husbeen
1 root a your garden plans. If they art of nice work if you the Old Testament. I the Itvdlans
i I patrkk, of SI. Augustine accompanied having ear trouble i Kevetorve I l.i'ebt. 4T1.47MKEYSTONE '
I underfoot or if they enjoy cwn get it Roy Urtmn baa her. Youth Fellowship Oroup It | After taking the kkk .n< )

IANX IS A LOCAL, HOMI.OWN3):: tANM having things of their own.I been master of same this R.r and Mrs. John Wlnkel- has been announced that Mrs. \i
1 give them a garden plot of wrcit' lie has had his. men Clalr Lutz U the new leader
blech of Melbuurne ere
their own and several seeds In working on the CaM burs of v..It.I I for this year A social and organlxatlonal I
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember log their "' "-tn-I.. and l daugh
J each variety you pl.ll n t. ant big Banta F. .Lake and M hI ter. lily. and Mr Paul Watts meeting wa. | held I
you will be aurprlsed what he on Sunday evening, Oct II) I
I would rttcck their prugress,
: F.I1.I.C. Keystone! Heights. Fla. I I I I Larry Price U suffering/ froma
produce They will All people from eighth
they can ]I would n.r and n*** to whUh Injured young
hurt lag was
Your Friendly Rank In Your Friendly give exceptional t'ert'.nd attention I aay. lIa really caught sums big In foottiall praftk-e" The Injury !,I grade up are Invited Mln I DIRECTORY

to their garden and baM. On Thuri.y, I saw a will prevent him from', Carol Warren will be publicity

Community." In many instances have a .wheelbarrow full that hs had playing football the rest uf I I chairman ''I
greater measure of micceM P'Iorldalow.hlp\ O m-
and bets were only
(Continued On Next Page! caught the eMumn I munlty Churdie three day ;: KKI'Allt .;
fire fish" on went 5 pounds, Jim .Kent son of )' r. tai I AI'I I.IANCES; AI'IO |NIHI.SKHV
I Terrace
convention: at Tempi
vw went 7 pourwla and on*
on ,, arrived
| Mrs R V Ford, I'j ,
went a whnpplng1 10 p..urxU. Community Church Tampa O.C.Carnes Nursery

BEST BUYS BY c & c MOTORS INC Jot r slid Mrs Ifcitoby UowlInK I plane night' In Jacknonvir.Me .has just: ThereMy com 1 O.t. 17-19 with a Registration Huffet Dinner 6 00 T V Service Center Goetzman Rros. Illway 1OU norahoma-*

: and baby of Ambrose Ua I pried Hash! Training at Oreat p m I GarageIIKI'AIU MII_. MR of mark
have been vUlUng with Roy 1 Lake*. Naval ll
veiBcv.Tu> *M>*>av v--I LOAD a tr lan.h eon I 00MT ...ow \T Betty and children a two week leave.Mrs. I Who has Rummage.? Chairman Motorola Phllco: : \VOItKM ( and of Plants 4k Fruit

MS aoxt ewv.s.4 oa wAt.ei snout TMAT.rai'\ I talked UMr.., -aJ"1 Ada vnr Mr. Miller Wrinkle! ) PAINTING
HOT* lw! A .l5TWal rwN lea RM0 A.LaaO aT laCT fM O 4 t I TOII !imr>Y
No Ae.a q..a Uri A aWaTRACaa.y, Nile thfc week and we afternoon visiting" Mr and Vance fthade TrJver..r.: .....*
Chairman Mr Aughtry :I ) ()
6.+.T BAl5, T.rCJ Sea[ waata se' s ae wau.0u / 1 dlsu ang Uta deplorable rued 1 Jeckeun- K..r sk.n.
Dan Oran In
I 6.t T rwx. AT.. e0r1T Ia.p Mrs. will pick uy rummaue arttclaeIf : .
"I'kin. Mrs. N al. data \ needed for the .sale on Ort TV H 'flU' "Tr.Hr.ot_ lawn \ .......- /..U.I container plant any

4L.t. she ha>t written a l l..tler to Jerome Ilk.Mr.. and W... Clarence llol I 21. M. 23. CLAltinCATIONThU I014)11 TV Motor* time. Camettl* A asaleaa,
fed tu du your .an.lsvpi.g.Work .
a.p .srt. the b
r ) Johns qutlorung red den and family epent HumLiyIn cones '-trnt wtien. repotting O..ntot TV Rentals Hwy 21 Keystone Heights. I"' IIM-M44 NlgtiU .and
of ,
firming paving our Palatka visiting Mr. Boll the Building Commlttre's -
I .. 4TS-4AAI
y keystone IMgnta Next to ftrlve-ln TheatreI'
He ....r... her In a return den a parents. Mr. and Mrs. C pl....... was l Instructed to 1711'1.' : f. tST\TK:

,__ letter that th. Mate Road II. Ifoldvn. I| live .the.. rompleter) entlmatefor1 Nltee A IIu" /fl-31a3
" ._ l IHpl, haa fig yet let the M"U. Mra Irma Wllkee of New! the building" a. estimated LARGE: UVT!

Wa arc vtlll Mvond In the fknyrna llmu-h Is vlattUig. her\'I by the fiance* CTislrmaa Dryer Special .\fl EMS TO see FT, BF.ACHSI.VIO

, priority 'iMt, so how aboUt parenta. Mr and Mrs J. V'' Raymond Mama..1 IIIJ'XX. AUTO HKKVICE: :: t>

OHM gentla prodding on your Made.Mlae. 1|I In the. Heptemor loth Tek .4 Cycles, only $129 GUOIt'"

part to our cammla lon rs Marts Chamberaln graph the article slated the .WT

, that WK have not forgottenoar | Mtrenopy "la vieKIng. her til..c'I onnstrurtnr'a bid. which wa a HENDERSON'SKICYETONa Realtor
I I "'L''L'J(,: ) TV
WE MAY NOT BE BANKERS plan? Ju.t aunt 'know If and family, Mr slut Mrs lx.rlTletjn baae bid. without landncaptnei Center urtoirmm (
I Serv.ce _-__.__..._ 1T1.4SKI: .
oU Lissy can slant up ender and rhlklren. several< Interior and exterior AM) AITMANCKSUlth : : I n --- -- -

UM acram much longer. or not Mir. T- RMhhamm.tlapex fixture and so, the differencewaa ( M.rvlr. .| nferoher4. Oil, Product. .
BUT Mike Hell welcomed: some un- Thurettay with MU)| estimated by the Finance' ROIh ""rsvh'e IKMTAIIKANTS:
pected new on hM riot to I Mtaa. D.rky Carrwa In Flora-1 1home. \ Committee and vreaentnd to' Wheeler Discount Johnunn Helve A Outboard fturvlraTMhU

k W doctor UM Th.r.r.y. HeM the membership as a completed Beidler's Holiday

We Can Show You How To Save MoneyON *.port Ing to get out of his. I Mlae Kllen Rolhhammer I.I|j church Sanctuary The attendance AITMANCK; : HTOKK: "rq".."""M/-r4.ale-Trart.ra- IIUNtlagrtrt Restaurant

east In _.U..r two reeks sick with a case of the mumps at the morning wor- Highway' 31 HvtwevnMelr Of I. KE1te.MENr1\ '
thus. cutting short UM original' Several Melrnae faaUlkea attended ship service, of Ort II t I wae a ._ an.l K.>.t Ownership.

pang by about Uir. w..ks. the Hperry-OM tn 0.1,,-, tribute to the offlrrr. and Dr '' w.... m. 41VI101 Keyetone Height 473-4IKI7 rood Oll Miitteratelr PRS1EgFin. Pled

U think Mike to thrilled le given Holt aa they worship In the
you esvtlle. This a picni
should talk to UM rent of the educational building; whone IiAIPTY. : !1'41101
'yoa each year for emptoyeea \I OFFICE: HUI'I'I.IKM: Full Ubmer' riuwhea _

THE SPOT BANK FINANCING of Ova family they, too. can Sperry'Rand Corporation. I II Ala ('at.-Italia. r....denervtng

hardly _IIHoUaInc I Mrs Ada Robrrson was honored 10y I of Port Orange and Mr 'II SUPERIORBUTEE Fuse lie till Mklnlta

happened on this with a birthday party I I I A4 Mr. 0. It Kobereun of I'lllNTINf! Rita
shoreline recently that can SHOP I Illnek. North of Red IJghtrrcfoirrs
com/ up to equal the happunaaa Maturoay nigh at UM |' MelbourneutMj e OFFHKTBradford THK: ntlDt.Y SIMJP KPTHTONE' :
.<;.trr HHIIXIKWinners
C & C MOTORSAUTO brought to Tom Norwoodwhen i of her aun-bvlaw and "-hurII.j I' 'i I
at the Mehwae t>upMrate > Ores from t Tin ftHU I INK; I) CARS:
be learned Tuesday was M,. and Mr .
lir"' Club teat week lh.y* a oak
SUPER MARKETIIP to be NIl Drat wortung day with N Roae Mrs. Robenon was II were Mre W J Orottrb and County t Hanks Used Cars

WE HAVEN'T GOT IT WE'll GET ITjON Oia norVla. last Coast Ral}.. year old. UMUO her ehlUreaa4 I Mr. a:. P Wrtgtit. let pUeeMre After 3 By Appulntment Only

way after aa almost thirtytwo .- : rrtadctuMreo In Melroea,!, If. T hunt and ..,.. JohnMrCUflough. Telegraph Nettle. MtrtahfeMTy, Owner and 3.T ShopHor
THf SPOT BANK FINANCING anonths strike. Mrs Wocwowf
UM party was also attenHoi 2nd poxe, Mrt. I 14. llcVll"hMl.. Operator fWD Trade
has. been. work ton I by two eras from oat>of.tow"I Lora Beaehry. and Mr. Y 1.Hubb.rd HUrk I'h. 9 'l-3IOt .
j hoe .. YUJe. bang ah* pteaa to I and their families Mr. sad >r4 place; and Mrs thup 1"",_. 47V4A.M Hlway of 100.Stark 1 ml. So.Ui

(nt94 a pale/ .Mra. J. O. ftoberwa wad tsar (OunUrmtd on neat page/ y I Hum Phone, 4TJ-3O41


TIIr.'p."'. OCT. ". rsa' 3
AG V. TUKI.VK BRADFORD COUNTIT Tftf.nn.\rn. R"RRv.. nittn.A _

i I e\ervlhmg'! MISNMclmda \ -
About 40 guests were present, made to Include both the emergency accompanied, by Scoutmaster D., which was nullified when John Allen for the extra point. Strangbery, Mrs. Butler and "1-vervonc and Tallahassee

KEYSTONE all members of the church. and non-emersency/ Bill Krlckaon.' the play was, called back on a The final touchdown! of the Charles Henry were met ui Youngblood of Charles Keystone Area
The hostesses presented the numbers!' in your new phone Those attending were Eddie penalty for illegal procedure.:! game came when Roberson i Cedar Keys !by ;Mrs.: 8tranl.bery' and Airman the
HILITES honoree with a high chair directories, when they are Rothhammer, Lloyd Uiililwln. The ball continued to move took the ,ball and run 33 yardsto two Bonn Charles and | Lee of Albany Ga. spent Church Services

IS. <>. S. published; and you arc tusked Brent Balflwln Paul I Morris, up and down. the field) in the score. Jordan' once again Paul Strangbery and ,their' past week with our family. We

An urgent appeal has been to write the non-emerfcency Billy Joe Chance PlltVeekll., fourth quartet; with only a few added two extra )points as he I families of Jacksonville. The II ,enjoyed crabbing, shrimping -

l.1 From Proceeding Page) made for den mothers for1 the number in your present dliec- Lawrence Harper, Chuck yards being averaged on each kicked the boll between the occasion was tho Crevasse I and camping while they were of _B.&ptllitFJ.rst
Keystone Cub Scout packs this tory. Ormabce, Billy Schoenomun, play. A personal foul penalty goal posts.It family reunion of which the hure. And most harrowing
year.' At the present time 50 TIME: 0V YOUR II.ID1I1Many : and Marvin Minton.SCI1OL put the Indians in a tight spot would be hard to pick late Charlie Strangbery was a any experience was our young Baptist Rev J t rj)
than their parents. boys have binned up for the ot1.1 Keystonera are JNKVVS; with the ball on the 4 yard outstanding' players for either member. .laughter's escapade. Duringour Bowen pastor: Ralph Cope

1ICKK: N' THERE: nt'a.<;I'y. her troon or expressed an Interest missing some of the finest. entertainment Melrose students had the line, first and goal to go for team, as both, teams seem to Mrs. Connie Barnhill reports trip to Alabama, she and and organist.

Mis. M Marian L. and David/ in becoming members but so available In the lay off Monday because of an Trenton as the! game ended. pint everything they had Into that, the speckled perch area) three young cousins 'went "exploring" Worship services : Sunder
rtnuphtrr, traveled to Weste'lolida far there are no leaders Eachpack U. S when we fall to take FKA; meeting$ In Pulntkn. The Indian's defense fought the game doing real well lately-to say I : and she and Master' 11 a. m., 7:30: ( p. m. I "'!Met>'
should have( not .11101'.' advantage of the offerings of and handled Ilorno of Jacksonvillegot open'I. Wednesday 7-30 p m
last weekend. The trio ; : They deserved tho rest, a good game : Hnlftlnio entertainment was nothing of bug fishing for Craven:
Montlcello.( where than eight boys, which would the Lyceum Council at the though, because last week themselves well containing provided by ,the Hornet Band bream at night. Several' very lust in the hills up there Sunday\ School 9:45: a. m I

stopped at stayed with Mr make approximately MX den University of Florida. Many ended, the first six weeks period Trenton keeping them from and cheerleaders from both good catches were brought in They were found by the sheriff nursery open I. Training On-

Mrs.Boailoy's" Boasley mother and sister mothers needed. If your child popular and classical headliners and six-weeks tests were scoring or gaining and except teams. The stands were packed by Don Kehoe and son. On the about a mile and 1 a half ton 6:30: p. m. [nursery open

Mis Ruth Beasley and Mrs is one of the 50 boys mentioned are featured during!!: the given ]last week. for that third quarter nullified and many were standing first night, they got 61 bream; the farm we were at Catholic

Kxlo Raulerson, and Marian above, and you can spare regular school year, with companies However the Seniors were T. D. Trenton was able to because they were unable to on their second trip they got She was tuld by two of the St. Williams Pr Thorn

and'David. went on to Tallahassee two how's a week will you from tills: country and greeted with more texts when gain little yardage in most of find a seat. 45 and on their' third! night cousins ( who lived on the Kelly priest in charge. Mrs

to visit friends at Florida please call either Doyle Har- abroad performing on the they returned 1 Tuesday as they the second half plays. This victory gives Melrose netted a nice 50. E. :M. Starling farm) to take a right when !E. A. Lamm organist,
din, at 3-4868, or Mrs. Rich- auditorium and gymnasium spent all The Indian's with winninglast a 3 won and 1 lost record for to the main rued. am
State University. While in day 'taking Senior and Pat Williams went they got Masses: Sunday 9:15: a meiona
the Capitol City Marian stayed arid Spence-Thomas. at 3-4647. stages. Schedules may bci. obtained Placement Testa. week over Cross!' City this season. This is already out from this same camp and In her words: "I had a big 5 to 5:30: p. m. each Sat I Y

I with cousins Mr. and Mrs.KenneUi and volunteel' your assistance.! by writing/ Lyceum The date for taking school went into Friday night's game more wins than last year. The got 60( bream >while night filth- slltk In my right hand when urday.
Hudson. Your help here will create the Council University of Florida, pictures for the Annual has one up on Trenton who lost to Hornets have a 2-2 record.! Ing aim. Mrs. Sarah. McCloud Glenn told us that, but I had Novena and Benediction ''

Mr and Mrs. Emory II citizen of tomorrow we would 'Gainesville, Fla., and ticket been changed. They will now Cross City 13-6. to Greenville Next week finds :Melrose had a 6 pound catfish In her thrown it down by the time Monday, 7:30: p. m.

Cooper were in Miami last like to have in this country.CHrn'U prices are modest. Also available be taken on the 28th of October. 13-7 and split a zero with once again on their own fieldas catch. Mr. and 1 Mrs.( J. L. Robinson Craven and I got to the road"
NEWS are the musical presen- Newberry. they take the Cedar Oh! the blessed age of innocence I .-InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity(
weekend \ilsting Mrs. Coopers on Key boated a mixed string of I
First Baptist The October tations of the Fine Arts Department Tho Melrose Trenton had some well] experienced Sharks. Jaik and I were quite Church rjrA.
niece. Mrs. Betty Longo. High Student CO fish All these folks were
business meeting of the Wom1'11'11 of their C. Holt minister
the University players on for yi.,
her tho
The McOlaves were on the Council met last week. from Jacksonville.. Kirn- proud of
Missionary Union was which, in past years have given team with eight seniors and the george CanoV1O1'181Ilst:
and hearing
more nsftln last; week. Chnrlesurt I Announcements were sent hill, also told 1 me that her rn ,
Kitty. accompanied by the held< last Tuesday morning at standing-room perscntntlons out last week explaining a eight juniors who have played ther, Mrs. Martha Hartley/ of sheriff talk, these two Utile Sunday School, 9'30 a m
the church, with Mrs. Fred of "Oklahoma," "SouthPacific" together for some five or six 1 ii'
fie-urce Schaeffers.: visltc.-i\ ; : t"' officers change in purchase of school INDIAN BEACH Hickory, N. C. haj returne' ones had used quite jgood Morning Worship. 1 11 1 a. BNurserr
Ellis presiding The new ; and musical years. Their line averaged
many of the open both hours..
Inland Beach Lions!' Club In lunthcs. Tickets will now be this week to spend the winter sense. Some
for the 1965-66 church comedy favorites, as well as close to 200 pounds:! copal
s-nii'i' JirkJj.ivlll.: far UwllacIic.V !- sold en Monday morning for months here.It Caylor family had tried tl< ;
year were named by the program more serious performances<< of It Is interesting to note that St. Anne's Rev
I themto W
nlaht. held at thClurcoil the whole week at $1.73 for them and bring w
[ up
chairman. Mrs. Leman light opera and cantatas, in i Trenton had about as many I ICont. from preceeding Page! was surely good to talk pick Worstall vicar i!
R. G
Steak 11 )USn rn Pirl five tickets. Students may with Mrs. D. W. Carpenter on the farm, but neither 01 ; Cope.
Ward and each one was call- conjunction with the dance supporters on hand for the
: ,
retire to life of Land organist.Morning
a and the ,
hp Highway. Mediave WI'i still purchase their lunches fishing them 'would get into
Tuesday She has finally returned
ed on to give a brief outline did
groups! on campus.A game as Keystone.,
the featured\ speaker of the of her plans and duties\ lor consideration:! Is now fcrirm I each day at a coat of 40 cents STATISTICS enjoying this lake while :Mr: from a 16 day stay in strange cars The sheriff had Prayer air;: Sf ,

evening the coming year. given to plans for a joint Unl- per pl.ite. Grades 1 through 3 Keystone Trenton Tom completes his next twen St. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville to do some convincing: like mon 2nd and 4th Sunday

!Mrs. Oct Crude Nichols of The new officers are Mrs. versity-City of Gainesville can purchase ,tickets from 7 First Downs 10 ty-two months. This will enable Her stay was prolonged showing them his red light ant 9:30: a. m. (nursery\ open 'it!

Lake Geneva and her son C Ellis. president. Mrs. A. E. Anthony auditorium, which would seat their home room teachers. 97 Rushing Yardage 127 him to go into full time due to the distance she letting them hear his radio before Holy Eucharist: and sermoi

W Cuzx/ort, of Miami made a vice president; Mrs. sufficient numbers to attract Grades 4 through 12 will purchase 42 Passing Yardage 51 l retirement. Good luck with all l lived from medical attention they would get In wit 1st and 3rd Sundays,, 9:30:: i .

visit with relatives In Rom Nick Chab secretary: Mrs. M. all road companion and theater l their tickets Monday 4-15 Parses!' 5-16 your plans, good people! following surgery./ She says him! It Is quite a thrill tc :M. f nursery open\ I Chum,,
Ga. after a stop eiiroute in Morning in the cafeteria. Thin Three of tho most excited, 1 realize that after all those( School 9:30: A. M. "UolE\,. tharist
L. Beasley. treasurer: Mrs. A. groups who make the 2 Fumbles[ !' 0 she Is slowly>> gaining herstrl'nll'th ,
Atlanta.Mr. arrangement went into effect young men Imaginable took f in of preaching, by goll) Sam. each Sunday)
O. Louden, chairman of Nell southern tour. This 'would 1 43 Penalty Yardage 35 and is quite anxious years
and Mrs. R. L, EnnU the MelroHC-Hiiwthorne: \ Svening Prayer, 7'30 P
do hear Maoh
Tuesday Oct. 12. the /
Pearce Circle: Mrs. Robert L. bring the ultimate in big- city Keystone tackles: Stefan / for her first postoperative younguns
were In Jacksonville last weekend Cnnls.: chairman of Fay Taylor entertainment right to ourback The cheerleaders are now Brokas 10 Johnny Moon 7, Friday night. Masters Anthony checkup on Thursday so of it! So don't knack today'* Sunday. EYC 6 30 P Mach

following the death, of h\\ Circle: ana:! Mrs. E. J. Fal- door and provide us withan selling Melrose( Mustang sweat Murrhee\ 5, Olenn 5. Stevle and Bryan Ross that she may her progress kld.ithey are smarter Ulan ; Sunday.

sister there. tin, chairman of Evening Circle offering: to please every shirts at St.00 per shirt. thought this game was Just with her surgeon. Fine we give them redit for. Dally offices of Moron
STORK SHOWER ,, All Indies of the church taste. There will be a football the mostall! because they got results for a fine lady so far Till next week I am waitIng end Evening Prayer 8 00 A
The young ladles !group of f to watch. their cousin "'alterStllrdlvlUlt \1. and 5:00: P. M.Presbyterian .
betweenthe I Melrose Downs to hear new .
ire invltted to attend these KAKfCVt; Kl: .I. KKC'KPTIOXA : : game Friday night I hope you keep it up. your

Hope Baptist Church in Ther- monthly meetings: receotlon. and___ dinner_m____ was n;w_ Melrose Mustangs and! the Hawthorne_ 26.6 of Florahome, playa Our week ran the garnet this .
essa gave* a baby shower last St. William's Catholic A Cedar Sharks. Both very good game of bull
given last night' at First Bap- Key teams I week: from the tragic death in Faith Presbyterian

Tuesday Dodd.! The evening gift table for Mrs.was covered Dan- meeting was held Monday tost Church, honoring Mr, and have lost only one game (both (From preceding/ page) BUT it surely did, bring up. Jack's family to the thrill of TIIK.: ICKillT POINT for the J. R. Neale Jr Chu"JRev mfr
after school of the altar teams lost to Bronnon the question by these three
boys ) and
James '
Puckett. whoare visit from
a my "rlt p. ( snip In uni later Mrs. Carl .
any you ; Swatter
with a lace cloth over of the on the third try. Cliff Kirk | like "Muma.: 'why don't they !summer
church who are. Bruce moving! to Jacksonville to they presently are tied for second :\ '''. Arnold :\ .I select ynur fatorltn. KSTKRIUCOOK : : organist Richard
pink and featured an amusement B.innon. Donald Bell. scored from 6 inches out. I give Walter the bull ALL of MtrVHlster'l(1' Scniw-
Anthony make their home in the Hlier- place in the Rlverland : '
Johnny Mark\ of :\ fonrtulii pen. TKI.FOK berger, violinist,
of pink and white flowers "
II This touchdown the time?
Burke. Michael seemed to
Corbett. Rob-
ton Town Conference.
Apartments; Mr I lions and! I had not seen ench AI'll.Plastic .
tablecolors )
and the refreshment art Corbett Frank Glenn Da- I and Mrs Puckett. natives ol Following the game then. I bring the Mustangs alive. A Mrs. Sam Butler and Charles other since the day of our Sunday School. 9:43: a.. m

were blue and white vid Knepper. Lawrence Knep- Winder. Ga. weft; very active will be a dance In the School second touchdown came when Henry of Ormoml Bench father's funeral 6 Morning Worship, 11' 0 !a

er. Peter Morgan, Harry Mor- I members!' of the Winder First gym. I Billy Roberson raced 7 yard 'spent the weekend at Mrs.Butler's .I egos And one day over Jtmt! wns years not :Mitrhnuh $3.30 at II Sunday hours.] [Nursery open 1)). .

HOUSEHOLDPESTS I ran Robert Pater Steve Doutrimnnn. Church prior to moving < m'I{('H M.U.H; to score. Jordan passel! in t I mother :Mrs. J() fn"nigli tlrni-. 'to i.itih. oil TMMiKAPII.; ''
_. I Edward Carda nell, / to Keystone ten years ago/ I'rt'ulijlrrlan I i I fU rnngh.'rv. On Sum!..v Mrs up
'}POI'IC Valldelull. John Val- last March for" the past eight The; Women of the Church -

V DaM,nicttv.. Idojull and Richard Paredes. years, Mrs. Puckett has been Circle will hold its regular 'I
V Unianltary Sunday.:! Holy Communion assistant organist for the local monthly meeting Thursday at'

J V Di..",. the parish, who are asked to maintained:! their schedule of Claude Martin. .
Carrying is occupy the front pews reservedfor participation here in Keystone Ml-llKHlitt

them church activities They will be The Commission of Education Introducing

St. William's Altar Society greatly missed by the community will meet in the .Kxlura-.
will meet Monday. Oct., IB, at a* a whole. tional Building Wednesday at
10'00( a. m in the recreationhall. JUNIOR n.rn TO MEET: 7:30: p.m.

..Srhone The Keystone Junior Women's The Be.m Tyler Circle met ,..
Every Saturday mornln-j, Club will meet tonight! in Wednesday night In the Kdiicatlonul -

before ralechLsm I MII.H.I/ In of- the Clay Co-op MI'el.lnJ1.onrn/ JIulMlng./ / There were the tuned
i fared all 0:30:: a. in. at.. Ht. Krt-': at 7:30: to discuss plans/ / of 12 present. cae

: waid's Church' (for vocations to their trading/ stamp rll'ltwlnJe.MELROSE As thin WitS their first meetIng -

i the .priesthood! and Nistcrhnodof officers were elected and

9643965Florida the Diorem As many schoolchildren policies! wore Dst.ahllHhnd.

I 0.1' possible should at- (Mrs Anna (Pay Sapp was

I tend. ;' elected( Chairman/ Miss, !Until

I .KIKK; CALK; NO'il'I'1:, Herklenum. CN>-<-h'itrman' and
1966 Buick.
1 PLEASE DO NOT call tins! (From ProceedingKiiiory POlreJ Mrs. Joyce Howe, Secretary.It .
Pest emergency fire phone number was' decided thut' light refreshment
listed':! in your directory fornonemergenry l Courier and Mrs. K. P.VoKh. would be served at

Control I / ... ,calls. A phone! 'Ith piice. wich meeting and that meetings .
has been, provided for this OMAN'S) :'\ ('1.111 would. blthe first Wednesday .

fr CHEMICAL CO. service, the number bring! The Mr.h'olloVnl1llln'H Club of each month M'lmt ninlrs ;is 'Iln
v held" 1 it's first n car a car s/) jtcrfonnnnrrritIrninl .
4734807. An cffoit Is 1 bolnn/ meeting: Weilnusdav Mrs. Jackie Arronnilth gave

I A, Hlmrt nl -12 buslnnut:;no! I an tnHplrutloniil! talk I / liiimlHiif, ;. Only/ nlicn, / ,ihry'n'ttll. 'inncil" 'o'wr''

"Signs; For Progress" was helil., A. nominating meeting/ 'omnntloc |,i Next, Sunday The theme, is is Laymen'sSunday. "Go, Inquire is the earn lltiiik.!: Like this 11)66lliiivrtt) : ( (:ruin S/HJrt.

was Ulan. c'k'i'tfil to "
Concerning the Utx>k.
nominate officers/ fur next I
NiON; )
yeiir. Those chosen were :)."'14.
TKUCK' J.I'I'fl'ItINi-1'I1'ORI4S, : (;
( John SU'awn. Miss Ivn IIillyer. Indians Lose
OF) AM SUHJKCTH" Mrs S. .P. Knslioff, 3Irn.

Hay Becker, and Mrs lOd;1 Suu-! To Trenton
ill j) I EAST
SOUTH RT.u. : :Ton JuLius!

CAM', !9fil52lAMBULANCE !) The l'I present' .!irot.. 11- nhnnrn--- .--. I From Preceding Panel] t

J to view the lmprovrtunnts) Murrhee Klauuhler tiled

J! tnadu lit ,the Club 111111'o -I again and was thrown for a 4
InK tho summer Thane) 1mprovementH yard loss by Glenn Slaughter

SERVICE were painting the being pressed by Keystone's i 4
Club HOII.MI-[ enlnrglnK/ the fast moviiu line scrubbed a ( r

I'HONE; !')t fi.2; | fno; wink urcii" in tho. kitchen, anal I I I weak 12 yard, punt, pegged) IR.I
..rnpl'nvI'nl"nl" on I the diMpluyurriiiiKoiiunt Ill-okas for' Keystone at the
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home of llio niii.souiii. ofI The) In.Hans wero uu.ible; to''

I Ihr Club. I 1 n've In the next 4 plays and ,i

HeWitt C'. Jones Kejrixlcred Fiincril Director Ilosti'H.ii'H uero Mrs.' Murray : Trenton' took tit:) ball on the I

Slarkc Fla. SlppreJI. Mr It. P. llolliH.MIH. 20.The
Hlrhar.l.H+ and. Mm. I'M.: Tigers had plowed up
KKNTAr S Ell; VICES. ; Allen. 35 yards In three plays to the 't 4'' 1 hr

Hospital lU'ds Wheel t'hirs.;| Crutches The next meeting will be Indian 45 yard line. when a

October 20th. Congressman penalty cost Keystone 15

'I Billy. Matthews, will be giiiMitBpeukor. I yards. The Tigers then gained

I about 13 yards more In five ae _,.
.11 MOIMMI{ \\1'4: ('1,1'S plays to the Indian: 18 yard' __4___

I P Serving Florida Tho Melrose Junior VVum-\ I line when the penalty markers _

Since 1950 iin'.t Cluh will hold their regular ): went down against them. Illegal
motion. 5 yard.s. Slaughter -
monthly meeting/ Thnrsilwiy.,
orid4 h I / reeler oervtcf.f7no Oe-t I It t lit 8:CO at tho \Vur i- continued the Tiger drive
ro....., M ? .un'n Club with a dilvlng I 15 yard spiral
The |I'ro Knirn will feiiture to Lancaster: then two plays

Thanksgiving und< ChrlHtnuii.ifloixinithmM. later golntf over to score from

Mrs. I.ticile Cordially) There will be a the 4 yard line far the TI' e'rs
fl od\viriRepresentative Ir, 'representative, from \\I liquid. second touch down of the

t embroidery. In game The Indians blitzed
1 Welcomes mMuiy| Sturkoj
? I Trenton's run for the! extra
l and Mm. Lull11111'1': to
1013 1 E.: Call St.
You and Your holiday decoration Ideas. __ j I
;Mem-: (
Starke bent The ball changed hands You Knot t..;Tiow'uvllyour' ( ) "erseninrrnntoffrrvneupraulrrnin/ { ; : ; TlfIs
Family to Your al"olrg 'lI to bring I !{ tint: svrtemamllheLinlotrrsajwnrtllin.urnu.lerjwctinet'arlhitnkt, ;:
Ph. 961-5321: d.'<'Omtion i Iddvs l three more times with little the ,tlia hale the : !
New Home of their on. same effect on car.\otjiut tn inf.The u hole/ ffui-A. f.'i: isicra
yardage rry. + mach.luuran t rt a Uh i'ra for
"gained on either side
\OI.I ] de.has'sell
.NTHJ-lt: : KIUKOKI'AUTMKXT ; fc/Vn.k/ with clip asyour, r
before thing ctvrything StjHng.VrornuifMV.. /{tiro'/ Send
the Handling.
of the $1 I
end half. in rites V.'
: or mane-nr.Ier
: : 1 lo RSra, !
The State of FloridaIt There will be a meeting. of : Play during the second half All tuned f to work together, in hnrmony. Tha," trhnt the tuned car .U.ft an accurate, I/.." scale no.iclM RUiera. )Hut)tin 6 ..Troy" M ich.. for
was hot and rough. The ball Buick Quick. U the ) Riiiers i not the !)nlyThere'san
Only tuned Ind Unit k.
(theI..h:\ )ft.> Volunteer car. ( it I lie tuned
Is Our Desire To !Make You Feel Welcome and Department '| changed hands some eleven every car.) tuned ear. l'rSabre is lain. AnJ \iMcat.. Ulrtlra: :;:.;. t l lyL.rt.
M .
achy, (Vt 18 at 7.JO What the tuned car M u a m..I'rfullI..n.lin of all the ihat '
thing nuke
To Acquaint You With Your City.If )p.m ill I the (Rplncopnl)'I times!' Neither team was able ;; S.rtaaon( ; See: hn, all -t your Uuick dals'r's. The tuned| car may not
to pentrate a great eargreateaTheRivkrafor196eisihcUmedsac.; i U feature.
deeply the other'sterritory
Mouse This will MX. weautuwLtuouuo; "'.nut tfJ'n
be the UU Iw"en.t ''u.J.u'lun
you are new in the area a phone lair' quarterly meeting. relr'l1.I I I I I except: for one.. Tiger Jra3aurjer: a1Aliaga: ;; hcuJli.hi",, 4 ailcullr; clllucul: Dew FcatiLt, ) <'eto'ri"eolM'e' (.
: In
Hince!' thin! In something that play the third quarter.On 11.rlda'1 :.a. .JI.7 ratter .... q a o.k\r
call will brine you a prompt visit all area roalitenta should l be Interested this play with\ the .
around passage blocked:
from your local hostesw. give l In. everyone! who canshould through Indian territory theTlaer's
try to attend

I her a'call, She has maps and many s SOY :.xflH'TS' Slaughter took loosing to the several air with ..
passes '
free and wonderful gifts' for you Scout:Ten Troop boys from too! attcmlod Melrose' nay tile one for 10 yards to Lancaster authorized Buick dealer: near you. See hii ?/ble'Cllet1td osei cat;loo.- ,

being well
from local businesses. annual Rees Allen'Camp-o-ree, ed.! passed the ball 20 yards on
nt Silver Spring near Ocali GREEN BUICK I C 0
| down field to WU.tunhv> went\ i ]132.134 N. Court Street
over the weekend Starkc Fla.
I Ip. They warn over for the Tl vr's third T '




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and I be stationed at Mardlll: I "The Three! Excuse Makers" llrn"lford County, Florida
are Ion*. <'I acrra The soy beans are brown talk". played records now !'-'a 4t 10-14
They always lead back; and ready to harvest great games off to a peaceful night I Air Force Base Tampa "' (Luke 14:18): ) 5:00: p. m. Youth

-Edwin Cahllle Ut.sI'Y.I I fields of them. Large combines oj sleep on the floor. All the I Mrs. Ella Cottlo visited her cC.J : CHURCH I Chorale 4:13: p m. Training

This tlm t, > of year If one notices harvest the beau One neighbor : girls hid a good time. sister Mrs. Charlie Moore in Union, 7:30: p. m. Evening TilE RIGHT POINT for the

closely !In the grass by : has harvested his soybeans CLfB NEWS I Jacksonville last Saturday. Worship Sermon: "How way you write. Com In and

th roadside and in the mea- has planted wheat and The communltx center was Rev. B. T. Peavy visited 1 (JLNEWS., Much Do You Love Christ" .eiert.: your favorite :USTERHKOOK : -
I for the an-I I Mrs. Gerald Crawford Friday i Luke 7:36501.Wednesday: J.I )J. fountain pew TEIJE
the \ place
-cws are tiny paths. They are I It Is up green and pretty. ,
dy aura Burgess Afotir( made by the animals! who I I Today is cloudy anj a brisk''' nual monthly workshop; day I night in Alachu' CTeneral. Hospital I : October 20 GKAru.STARKE.
roam at night. That is the wind Is blowing that make for the community club and In aftliiesvllle' I, :MADISON HTICI'Tn.I..IHT ': : 7:00: p. m. Prayer Meeting, .

-- skunk the coon the pCl5SUm.\\ It seem cold.: This kind ofweather I demonstration together. A I Jimmy Bradley and three Llir.lUHINN 8:00: p. m. Adult Choir Prac-

and near t.he'atf'r., makes me think of I number of ladies got togetheron daughters of Jacksonville were tice.
Wherein, t meditate on the Some arc not .seen by ]human ) \V. :MwlUon. St.
and afternoon. visitors of I
trails of muskrat mink and | baking bread so I have dough I Wednesday afternoon Sunday
beauties of Autumn, and< seethe eyes. animals that) live In and nearthe rlsintf for a pan of rolls and made flower arrangementsand Mrs. J. M. Brndley Sumluy eorvlces: SundaySchool Methodist Church

trail behind me that I So shadowy i* the way; water. I have to tauith at I II one ]loaf of bread. I do not I worked on aprons. They Mr. anti Mrs. F O Conner 0:43: A.M.Vorllhlp; BUSINESSDIRECTORY

have followed. For littte feet make little i GabbY he finds those tiny : think I will cab dinner until I each brought a covered dish had as weekend guests Mrs I service 11:00: A. M. Rn.T\ ::30 Sunday Oct. 17: 9:43: a.
The little trails wind: up and trails I I I Belle Dixon Mm. Church school 11OO: a. m'l
t.raJllalonll!, the fence and in i can have hot rolls. The bread and enjoyed a delightful lunch Cora and PM.,
down Which are not trod by day. the orchards.: He gets so excited -I, smells so good when it Is bak- together. Vallie Cannd.N< of Jacksonville?I All buildings air contUtlonaAl morning worship 5OO: p.
Where woodland coverts are But when the night comes and ; CLUB and Mrs Leila Cnnadjr< lU\lll| youth choir practice. 6:00: p,m.
he snorts and smells I Imt Here Is my recipe. GARDEN and convenient of f- tre.,t I' They line thi-\ hills and thread I softly dl>wn. runs about tracing the scent I WHITE LOAF BREAD AND I I Mrs. Pearl Markey. prwiitfent daughters. Joyce and Cathy II log U available. snack supper for MYP. 6:30: AITTO REPAIRS:&
the dales: The padded paws will roam: He will get seeds and dry ROLLS 'of the Garden Club has of Folkston Oar | "Lot UB) iro Into the Houn p.m. MYP meeting, 7:30: p.m.

They wander new and far. And! though some of the trails leaves up his then I have Scald 1 cup of sweet milk. announced that this montlVs Miss, Nancy Hartley of Jacksonville of the Lor.1.' Psalm 21.1.: evening. worship. Earl's

to rub his! none, for he snorts' In a. large bowl but 1 meeting will be held on Monday spent the weekend' KeUier L. Rowan pastor Monthly Oct 18: 3:13: p. m. I Garage
I and breathed and out with spoon and (u4 cup sugar tea.-I.: I night. October 18. 1965: with Syltvnk Not ton. I, Girl Scout Troop No. 603 ."... KINDS OF
' GLASS That' Our Business I such a rasping! sound I fear bit of lard about a I Instead of the following Tues\ Mrs. Al Crosby of Starke I ''mLa. 4:30: r m. Girl Scout AUTO KRPAIR': WORKAll

he l l.* strangling Ha. Then he I Pour the! hot milk over the day. The meeting will be held and Mrs. Chester! Wood were FIRST VRESBYTERUN Troup No. 6O6 meet, 5:30: p m. Work Guaranteed

"If It's eta** \Ve Hare II" Is content for a time to walk I lard and salt and sugar Stir ,, at the! community center and 1 Wednesday;! luncheon guests of i flll'KCll. STAKKEII. Girl Scout Troop No. 607 Phone tMl8- IIfI"
with me In the road. We still well to dissolve and melt the everyone Is cordially imited Mrs. George!' Knufmuim and Walton Grady, Minister meets, 7:3: ( p m. Wesleyan. I "H.. "'.IIIU', Mtarfc

CAM. WHITE or VISIT walk our three and one half I lard. In si teacup I fill !Hi full to attend and to Joint Into the I I Mrs. R. C PckleMr I Sub-dlHtrlot \ meeting at
Modern Store Fronts walked today for I went early ,I,, sugar open package of dry betterment of our communIty. visited Mrs\ Charity. Oll-vson October IT. 1BHS: .' Oi.t. 19: II::3O p.
Design '
WumUy. October' 17--9 43 a
to have my hair washed and Fleishmans yeast and sprinkle The future meetings will be at McRae lust! Sunday 'I M.t.h..tUot: Men's Club S. Brown
Just Mail Us A Pattern Fur combed up\ pietty' Now It will !In the sugar and water. Now I held on the regular schedule Mrs. F J Saunders! of Penney m.. Sunday School., l 11:00: a It,. Supper In Fellowship hull.WetlnewUy. Standard! Oil !service SUMoa

I MWe Tops be nice for church and Sun- ', stli some flour Into the hot sritritist FOR MHS. DAViS' Farms spent Tuesday AJ a | Morning[ Worship.. 6:00:: p. m Oi
day school tomorrow. This :I milk, add one egg, Beat well ,, Students of Mm. Marie Davis guest of Mrt. Ray Miller I, Youth Fellowship.Wednesday. m. Primary sad Jr choir practice I '
SHEATable October 30- TIRES a nATTKRIE.5Budgtt : :
GLASS CO. afternoon I plan to study more I add; more flour and then the surprised! her on Thursday:: Milton Hickey of Jackson-I I 10:00 Women of the T.OO: p.m. Prayer MeetIng TermsRoad Service
: 1m.
I I l on the l.v.on l for the Jr 111 water and yeaU! I let it stand morning with a birthday cakeI vllle visited Mrs Ehnn, Hluns .
6 Phon 94-7071
Church Council Meeting\ :SOp
b (Nor INC.) daM of boys and girls I teach until It begins to rise and bubble I and other refreshments on her and Mrs :Mary Shipman Saturday ,I Thursday, Oct. 21: 7:30: p.m.
m Men[ of the ChurchMeeting. Ml N. Temple !Starfce
When O.ibby and I walk we up. Then I add more flourto birthday. A hint of tears was I evening [ '' I Chancel choir rehearsal. .' ::30

1313 N.\V. Ith l 1'I. nainestille. Fla. Phone FKM.TM find what animate roam aboutat I make!' a stiff dounh Grease evident In her eyes as she entered Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore of Thursday. October :31-9.00: I p.m. eummlSHlon on stew.ird-, HURST'S
night and they are hit by I a bowl and put the dough to her. classroom to the St. Augustine were guests, of i I ship and, flounce meets In Fel-.Ii

pee 'inn automobiles and are rise be sure to grease! the top sound of "Happy Birthday." Mr. and Mrs. 'c R. Whitehead. ,I a the m. Community Pivobyterlnl Meeting Church InAtlantic at i hnvnhlp hall Service Station

killed There are a irrrat many of the dough. Lei rise double!' Mrs. Davis .Is a nw teacher to and daughters Sunday after- | O*. Oils LubricationPIIIMJPn
liench. Fla.. 7:30: m
Coming To Starke Soon house: cats. I think "That Is.omf'One' Make Into about five rolls anda our school and this gmture by noon. i I Choir Practice.FrUny. 'It l'" MTO or r.v.,vrs- "..- -
!' pet rat" It is a sad loaf of bread. Bake 425 degrees -i I the students; show how much Mrs. A. H. Siebrtt of Jacksonville |, October 33: -7.30: p. NRUI.1'eN: rat rl rigs! Oooilyear Three A Batterfae,
thing to see Then quite a few about 20 minutes or Until they like!! and appreciate' her. III'nt| Moixclay;! ail I '''NSu. ROAD SHUtVICTC
Bible Class I Adult I ... ..
in. Study I.! h rol vlvon lust
>v '
International Mail Service po"'um.and sometimes a don brown and done: I rERSO4.1UM: I guest of Mrs, I:. M. Norton at the Church. th. iiiul'.ril......, under the ".,..
Tli 'n always the smelly skunk I HELPfUL MINTS Is a slip Mr and J Mrs Art Qulcksall: and family I vl.l...... nr ITaplereaan: IMIV 1n:" MKTAI.! : WORK

lying mashed and dead. He too long after you are dressed! I II and Artlitir went fishing at I wish to thank each of you nr r.'arl ui Klnrl.U: r 'wlih\' Aol lh. of Clork. l 1511 i.of: will lhfir. I.
IMPORTS FROM. TIIK: ENTIRE.: WOULD{ ) ha madethe! !' whole territoryan : Tie a string around your \waist I Cedar Key on Friday and Sat. that contacted me this week MUST mrrisT,", <'IUHCHW. .ii n ('.."rl. in an.t for oral Thompson Sheet
Cuckoo Hocks! from the IJlack "Forests!' !' of Germany; ill smelling place and blouse the-! slip by pullingup urday and brought' back. a ,1. llogan. l>at..r "ford-.l,lit., iNiuitly..r I......,.' ..'l.f,.rids iniiiin-uiii.n... uitnn' r..,.t'' Metal WorksAll
catch that was worth seeing I'hi.I milieu .h. rirtlilini' ...
I cun't help] but like the on the slip above the
Watches! from Switzerland I lance from Kc|. and eating. I know TIIK RH1IIT POINT for the Schedule of services foi. Int.rnsllonsl I ) Mail Hwrvlrriui I Types Metal. Work
kunk as It reminds me of my string To atop making a blister write. Com In aixlneleft .lr which .I I MIII .ngM. ..i| Inliili ,
glum (Guitars: from Spain. I way you week of CVtobrr 12 1908\ ESTt ATRa. FA ntt tCATtON
I .hlldhood, on the farm In In- on your heel 1 wearing new Miss Diane and Master Randy >.lni>iu .M .|I' K:*>t e'all!! Mt ,
.. .
Stokes were Sunday afternoon your futorlln TNTKItIIKOOK : : Sunday. (X-lobey 17 \9''45 a Ht..r...., ruI AND INSTALLATION
"The \World At dl ma My brother who wasvnnnaer Uppers, put Borne paper In foiintitlii |M-n. Trol.':- m. Sunday Hchool!,. 11 '00 1lit I 1". I I. "llonlon, I' .II. lln.* tin, Healing Jk Air <' Your -lnlttrni the home of :
Door"Address than I amt. to net the Inxlde.of the shoe at the! | < aJ UIL."'''. Klurk. Klitrlila. .ol. ...n..r
I Morning Worship Mermon M4-O714 Rii. 1AR: Rt. 1
their grandmother' Mrs. Alberta h.l slat for heel It wilt raise the ,
trni'< of boxes and: and up ........r 'It I 1 ,0\ nl asks
Inquiries To: rabbits After the!' first frost heel 1 and prevent a bllnter I I Btokei I
INTKR.VATIONAI..: % !, Mr end Mrs, IV>bby Walker
MAIL SKKVICKII : ( : rabbit.. male such /good eating! I I am thinking of all you
I E.: South Street Slarke. FI.i.. t often yet 1It'hunltry for : loved oil. at Clay Hill and I I of AlachuA visited Mr\ and
n' bit On morning ns wev wondering how you are!' andour :! Mrs J T BUM. and\ family
ilk d to !ch3ol we noted a and I Betty Rilxm and< clill.'ren
\ good editor I som* time
AL. NEW ALUMINUM'' -'.tt trap was down Ppi I bug/ to ,be buck with \Vest- on Hurtttny sftenvwrt' OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE ;
Mrs Lloyd Clark Is at homo!! &lej
1 nurV, lint tra t for 118'e berry at Ornge 1'j.rk He hm
pro! COVERS I'.' oke to a Lake City hospital. ICob's
'he ,Mats and there was an I
I Home and he la such a grand
WITH: SKYLIGHTS animal, In there but It was lots young man for surge'ryMrs ,,
rabbit who Iva Mae Lewis spent a
My was .
\ LETS IN LIGHT II God bless you every one few days .last "week" with hereon I
about then stick
seven! got i
and fiunlly. Mr !Mrs
,/ KEEPS OUTt. end' punched the animal WellIt and
/ Edward ErHtU-ott Also visiting ADDING MACHINE
HEATRADIATES Was a skunk and !it let flvHI
w.,..p+ us Wow'' Some of It got on Itata..attt.It..1'BROOKER tfie'OtIAll'l're\ Mr and
X11. bn ther and In hL. hair I wa 'Mrs Allen Lewis\ and family
t COLOR of Fort White/ aim Visited S r
not' hit nut brother hid to gn | They + ri
I.t 9Jrltes ; BEAUTIFIES home to be washed up and l I his mothnr. Mrs Amanda yj wale'',.

: .. YOUR HOME think Mama washed him In, Lewis\ T : Lr Wlee '
Ity Belly Kabon I
Mrs Pearl Markey spent
tomato juice then h- bathedIn !:
Gainesville Awning Co water' I went on to school .................. .. 'I j Thursday In ClnUium with I
Mrs. Msttle DavU.
for I not the
was sprayed by UJJMtM.N, : CARNIVAL
"MtMIUM QUALITY POOR IOY 'RICU"SC"UNID iku-ik! odor PLAN,", I Mrs. MtU ttavls Mrs..
Mauls Howell and Mrs. Peer!
INCLOSU"IS L.. AI *io M*, mil' uriMATii' Here' the rnrn I b brown And The Smoker PTA ha made Msrkey attended, churcti servIcew -
Wl INSTALL Mil I'A 1 .II 'f'aTa hang:! down.. and
the following plans for their' F.tlnuh .
De. .
'0 ...... a' Primitive B"pttst
& '. ..,..t 376-8888 Cie: corn t plck.m will go annual Halloween Carnival, Church Palalka r .e Nw 1fU0e
t ft. :Utc to harvmt the The carnival will. 'begin with. | Hinwlitynrtx 49,00

the. parade at 4 30 on Saturday I.r- 10 Kit MANUAl
Ort 30 The route. w Ill be >ker's" "(".nd. Star' lsIn sass for edJIilon. lublracflen end (Mtn'' .. T..ta.( fepee. >

the same. as lent year end will. \ (Ate market.Ian Juoa for an. 'lodependent ?Ct1lCt( 9ft a try '.'''.?7'.?f both p nlrf.. end "....tlv.. K.y.

end at the school Supper will. nKingsley ALL lfU'f and Non-edil MJnui. Sub-total, Tetol. 'r
be nerved beginning at 5 30 Op.-..... b l ea....T..... ai-ie l AU:) Keyboard Ctcer len. Two-wlof. ribbon with'" wb.
................ ,.....
The menu for this year will be lOTKTB IT A OWUINI UATHII CAM tract lt.m.. naqollve ratal end lub-toKili, prlnrinf

fish huithpuppir, baked .,.. ,
beans cole slaw, cheese or Lake W .N..434$14... ,
r view end mthnnm Opera'
r,, ; pUln grits, coffee. tea and pie r.f effhe Iram .pfUa.. Ywir ...-p
The \ .......1' as .... ,._>ir"n ere.
following .
commute Les!. pave rflataMwi 4i fypM el U*
were drawn by the executive >lr.. r. M. N...... .w .... CI'INI, d.m ,..,...... .vtr.l .",. DI..... .* hemeIn ..

I AA- board and approved( by the ye.r ww. III...".... *elly ileae*
I flKMie Alt-SMI' tr.,4wfptw.. ..--"_ ........
( PTA Everyone U expected' to I .erne .... t.e .... ..w.. N ,.. grsp.k. dld.ll..s. .
we.. .be In their place by V3O on ......................
this evening Hupper-Chalr- r
4.Jj man Ethel: Hats Zulene. liarre ('III'UCII MCllKltl 1.1.5

j : ] !) Filed Mutt. Nona Mann. KJrursJey Lake lI.pUllt ,

w Patay Ijeonarl.: Rom Mae Church Huiuiey Hrixiol. U-4);

Jones" Carol Ice Jonee. Dr)||leHarrell a m Special HumeoornUig ..U.-,..,....
Mrs Ilrtfttol and n-tty Service 03(1( a in Ultuterserved. Till STOBAOI CAIINIT

Rabon In c+isrge of bakingthe lOOp m Hymn Biiu.", ThY' full >.Ue ..b''.... b fine eJJlrfo

fruit rakes will\ be Mrs. 3.OO pm. Training Union !. eny effke.Dutl-preof..Heavy ,..",.
I 19 p m CvvnlriK Worship t I
Madge Kirk and Mrs DnllleHarrell 1 30 .,..1 ,r.'..l4 by tlreng dear.pulpp.d ..
p m Midweek PrayerService.
T 1
y stand will Serving hf Mrs hi Grace the hotdog Big- Wlkhle4lda'l0' : p r ." wWi ,...., locking,
ham chairmen with tea I m Choir rwcU4-e.: 8 30 p m .... .enlrelled by earewnrH lack.ta :SAO t Campa>tmnl CaeecNy.. WlK pay for nWT Itof

,11 I. Mrs I.egg and Mrs' Btalrnket Rev U. T I'eavy, piulur < ./y ewMibl!. 7T high, 34"wW., '. gua,,'Jin0, hardware, toad. .....,.... pclnMalmoitor

..., ::a.-; :!! FUhT pond' will be Luc -- ""Coni. let 1M Ugettirr .>. i It.111"rt.- .. feur .Mtoble. tl.<.1.l n.MM '' .,". Inside d,....' II li.. IV wide,. JV
-t: "J) high, 12"! d...".. Cablrwt. sine I 30111" wkto... 3THM
tall'V Edwards' Or. Olive'' Or... D...ft SonJer
I # Mrs MrKaeHeediaa *nr ,
l u..w.l& Ik"LIIII Church high, 12 V d..p. H.ay ..*.<. MM OrM.. OliveOr .
: ; W." parade.. will be '+ Cele Ofey. _No. 773 '.00 ..", o..rt Sand er'Orey_ No. 3413 $49,90A
.. __ \ ,'f'P'' t Carol w-1!) t*lee M If'.10"Doll..! Oreerv.,>4 helping OertleJones biaxial Morning Wotslilp Hcloxtl. 10 11.00.00 a in m 4Mts ........-....77..$ ....,. A....... ...,l..r. neh hawse S'i1..,..4

Nellie, Cone Jackie Irsjniii Liuoii. 6-20 p mEvening @ .... _........"..,... sank I 1..101.',. IIM.... rtlq. MII. r
.N.. UIm: 11/Ans
wep.neeclw -
W< -.tup. 7 30 .. 74 111.11
Parruh Mr, lI.uoI p m
I lUrrelt
An Electric waler Healer and Mrs Davis Mr Bill Big-, Midweek Prsjrrr Hrrvlce. MAuled' rre.w- "'M 61.1' _

ham" &1...". In rberge of > 7.30 p m }rev H L !, "iCONOMT' CIIeIr
Ta."a. pastor B.eryorie
the cake
I walk Plo and! C."..f. Iw, pvep.
gives precious peace of mind have the part game
and th. nmelty booth wiU be rl.lts(1VAI.N'" .
handled br Mrs P1fa Yyonn MIM Wl/inie Cottlo and David / ... ,.....rtt...

..ITS clsaner. taE r. cooi-ta-th9-toucn..aad Cllla er.tool! rmory and Mr. Wilson Picking CoUNt of Woodbine. Ga \

up milk: bottles will be J were weekend guests of Mr. ...11 w pp-t. ......
W Kelly r.amH.rd... Ola' Cottle :- : -- -- j fflil".14'4"s 2"...

Install" hnpolwre-.ndyouc'n r4."t ,d type foci and R *(U. to tU jojrm 01 Ned hicks and Clyde Grim Mr and Mrs OrsJiem Crewsof t..: L.t Nw 2109 ......

Js"f..H no attention cr>mpi OO'f'i) .uttrutic. />- -' l.Tn living. Taking the rouncnters for a 8tarll. and Mr and Mrs

Noopm lenses no cmwtaat-burn Sw tJw .mWrm. Derfr-k W..... Marro ft yourpilot t Irx-tor-hsyrll. or a pony rMe Gerald Charles. cr... Ultl Mrs y 0'.OUTDT.... .....COto.e.. ,
light. No funw or orion. Dnraa' -t .ppl..arrLslrplraMwd..Gc4laddxagrxsw> sill be H>witrtt Dvitlas, J T H turdy i'tcij n-. es4

VenU of Sort.. .to ......'. no beet wAn ...-.1. "III. C. W. MIOOKTDM B4.... Rill J",..-*. Leroy Stoke< night at the Alacfiue. General / asp
aa,1. llmptuu In
and Paul' Emory Mrs J.'ut'W1K.U" Gainesville' .
Electric Rats Hlike 5u.Irs .
& ( a Ww 114_ ...,.....* mr fbrtrir rani Lee will enln. set the underwent surgery _
)Klwtrie: Ran(.)) i is cheaper to buy and '- tnwauM the. .<< tm rwa Aan.r, />-.'t a-.i *> WimkW : her a speedy"
rhceprr bur, too, 1'8' and Mrs Leroy fltokee recoveryMr : The"'
e W f/tnw'.iw,.4,..U to ft orf." : see .In Tlf/1sT"
prim per mirlmtie] kikm. >n Mare actually rttff. of the tfenr" a newt. and Mrs V N Oeiger of m.CONJUD4CI" /...'........ .bdguw,, Pis.-

31%" chraprr tfoa just 10 ynn age. MMS."' i'LtT ru tfvn.ti SATS j jIt'a He 'tnc the raffle committee' Jac-Iutlnt-UI", were Saturday TV** D.... '.'''. .ell...'.....*. All/

chHr- than eve to r A I.I- Metric ..r.... '-I 51prn.ant rr,1lem..hp,f-. T- Shto-Iey' Them Jun Temple gueu of MM J M Hr.:,'e, Pa ...I-anew.. ..... ..... mo. top. .. ",I..* b..rlng.. St,..|
.... M' ItfCOfIAToe
,.r .u Mse"..., ___eM ,.".. and Jean sec Mrt. rioyij< Mw totOets
DaiglasItems >
Uuui to it m cnmhirvilwn with a.- ., ....' Md _r ,4.rfne efr and family h..t.. a. dlerb.q all. s..wMy..i" 1 M 10 I pea, '-' 0._ OwA i..b. LL.w bond. b-.h luppeHL. One
"Idr .rr Man ,+,1-- dr+.r. '*-, I to 'be raffled off this Sundayafternoon p1.. ......., ..... ..... I1nolel..awed. .- .. c:... 0..,. ew 'L .. :- .... .... I' rear are a shocyun.' doll end aIrsneMtor < guests. U and Mt t.p, 'ke.moa/a. web ....
1 call me a ....,/ alto If everyone L C Ixiiigar sod three rhijren c....dr..e Ndl. kck.nd ..,. 72"., W L 1.00. few Iyd.'. ,Weer

cheapskate... who has a Joe win do It to the ,' from It Culllm Colo / ..'..,_. he.r.. .... dre..n $11"" ; A..11.ak .... C.f s.. r. La1.1. .. rsb11.e,

I love Ill! beet of their ability I see no Mrs. Mary and Mr I,.Mr are Ia..4N. 1 .Le.r,4 ... *-- 114.93 .w -' ...... r r --.If'. .
,..., brother and .. --- ..... A44"Q. ..
isle we een'l have avery sitter M.rndgy 1 .-. ,f'-------- 1. IU.5S J
nhphs su k.11f ..... F4w II leas '
uco*fiil .--srnH.I thin a dlruwr wee given I,,
war and I'm acre that we honor of U. lJ>jcgsr and tam- ,
HU Uy. at the horn of Mr and

"U'fftF.R rRTI"U I Un M C Dun'( in Jack

..- I Jimmle McRae had a mnrilV Mr and Mrs. UnM Bradford County Telegraph
,Jumwr part for a number ofT Mcy end lour children a.

f t I: 0 I I 0 A PO W I N i LIII'l C O M lP A I YNiipAI '' l Frktsy -kUnxird True. u ti.. flr.t
IUrl0 "OllIIlA I It iliTht<< at her Ixone Tt.. glrU. : I IC' ''*mug.>| tutttttrr. rut Uma

X U' they fur mm "clrl :I :3'. years. Lt !AM,M. wtu



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1 i 10-INCH 2-QUART i 6-CUP :' r.77".D' ::*, ..1' J; ':h": <( ':,:,;,,'; f"; l:';

STO Res A.MDV.e y N rIN1.N- ', FRY PAN / SAUCE PAH I 1 PAN Ground Beef 5 PKC.LB $229
REG. 49 1 REG. 39 1 REG. : ,
1 1 -1'
Goo 1 1 1 1 1 79;
Cookware Sale $1.99 $1.79 $1.29
Te SmuJ ; -... FDA,
Reserved Prices Good Thru October 16th
Quantity Rights!! -
.... ,...
rfr .ff 150 EXTRA STAMPS *
,, Rolls Ipkg 23 .
SPELL- Stainless Steel # Pieces 1 No.150 of Stamps Cheese : 69' .

> Cutlery 2 300 REG. 55ft. 2-LB. CUP ,
WINNERS Steak Knives 4 3 4S0 600 CheeseCOTTAGE 45'P.EG.

...... Kitchen Tools 5 I' 7S0 59# PKG. COPEI.ANDHEAT
,,-- r......................................; Sausage 49'

U. With The Purchase of Each Piece of Stainless Steel '
Cutlery Steak Knives or Kitchen Tools. CRANBERRYSALAD" 11Ar'
Cashier Fill In I 1 Cashier Fill hi No.F* 1 1i
i No. of Items I D I of Stamps Given ,| |I I i GRAsE
This Coupon Good thru October 2nd at Your Local ,
S Wlnn-Dlxie. Offer Good With, Coupon Only. 14-ox.:

1.OOO. WINNERSMRS. I...._...................______.........r Cup 3 9* r

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Jacksonville, Florida : SLICED '


REG. S9t I; REG. 831,. 1
6-oz. k29C. U. S. CHOICE T-BONS
GIANTBOX 49 t ;: GIANT 69 I. p -

=i: BOX ,10-oz.1-lb.pkg.pkg. 10 59PINE8REEZE Steak La 98


CHARLES 6250 Autlan B. GODWIN Drive' Jrs ;! CRISCO I Gr.MEDIUMDOZ."A" All. White IB. 98"1OO.

Jacksonville. Florida REG. 731CAN ,. { REG. 91'

69 t.(, CAN 79 2 891 Steak u. 98'


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PINEAPPLE . 25* COFFEE 59' Fruit Pies l 3 9
Mrs. W. G. MeCua Ms E. H. OURT.S: O.EEp. ;
Mrs. Emil McCofkey Emma Jean Phillips.... PEACHES 41. I 39'r, n
Meat Pies 4
New Smyrna Beach, Florida Gainesville, Florida REG. '12Yt, #303 CAN STANDARD REGULAR 69* OUARTS KRAFTMAYONNAISE I ""' ;

Eugene Johnson Charles ReagorJacksonville TOMATOES 10/$1. I : o9:>> 12-01. CAN FROZEN TREE TOP ((3 CANS MAKE OVER 1 GAL.)

Jackionville, Florida Florida REG. UJ-St #303 CAN LIBBY GARDEN REGULAR 41, -GALLON STA.FLO Apple I Juice 3/"l./
Richard C. Bennett Mrs. A. G. Erslinger. SWEET PEAS 5/1. LIQUID STARCH 39' .
Cocoa, Florida Gainesville, Florida . ASTOR 6-or. CANS FROZENOrange,

Or"ond Mrs C. M.Beach Lloyd Florida Mrs.h"vill H. V:.TerrNEAPPLE JUICE R 41.. FACIAL. .[;ISSUE lE 2/49' Juice 6/1./


Daytona Beach. Florida PORK AND BEANS 121. BATH TISSUE . 19' ,s: FROZEN VEGETABLES "







,./ .. '. Mrs. H. Weber SOFT DRINKS 15/$1. LOAF BREAD 1; : 23' .. ;JUt&::,J i.J r*!_ .. .J-_.:---r-i-, ._ .
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Mrs. C. E. Hutcheson ....-........................ COT OUT ON OOTT O LINf 1....,':.....-.......-.......-.-- '.
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Delores P. Ritch ....
ON.P" u. .w. : : :
ra'" CMICNBN' AND 1 STAMPS 'ra't( JK jaVWIkl.Chkkcn 1 .
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