Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 21, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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iI ; Bradford Among fit; F Fe On November 2

8 Now AssessingAt i a 4 Ballots

100 Per Cent U4 Ii tX n Separate

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t Bradford la one of eight 'r I 1'e

Florida counties now assessing r wr To Confront Voters

property! at 100 per cent ot aril w lYr.
its actual\ cash value a* required t I

by recent court rulings
the State Ratfomtd AnaeKamsnt I Four separate ballots will confront Hrmlfonl)

Board announced this ",eek. II County voters when they go to the Balls on election In Big Game HereTornadoes

1, Other counties. to the lip I ilny. Tuesday, .November: 2.
per cent group as announcedby ballot .1 I
1. Special election >>
the SRAB are: Alachua. amendments Palm Beach Cuimty No. i

Baker. Duval. Union Hendrr.Orange .... on to the five Florida proponed conntltuUoii provides' that mibxvctloiis! be: ] Tackle

and panm Beaoli.The .. added to the constitution allowing
Part of Crowd of several .hundred enjoying barberued 'beef left f. II. I'hllllpn. of lllllolHirnugh. < fouled Gar. ....,1 II, Uhmeheon 3-S'.w. ballot on .ropoHeJ 'A
report' wa based' on a I.ike County to hue an I
study made by Howze 11 AI- at noon "'rclnI..., In celebration af MorUU Itdro.ll1..y., u. B, Sinarliuky.' <1. W. Smilhworth. and J. W'. Leach,, In bond BiaJford baud lor now courthouse addltlunal/ County Jiuliie without .
: County.
aociates. a Tampa firm of tax carbon's third annl'erssry, all of Warren Petroleum II. II. Everett erlnlnAmong 3-Ballot for election 01( a referendum. No. :3 a provides Palatka FridayA

I and asseswnent conaultanu. thoiie attending the birthday' party were .seteral dent "'..rkl. hydrocarbons Hrooker. ; and \lll iilllett. vice" three wltool trustee. !!' that !the Clerk of the I

employed by the Railroad Assessment ofrirlals. from Warren Petroleum ('.., of Tul..... Oil.... larKe preMtdent. norlilw Hydrocarbons. Ulnli Park 4-Bullot for fixing sthoolMstilct Circuit Count In I'.ilin Bench ..

Board to determine nierketer. of Klorkl. Hjiirnunirbons'. IJtl products.. Krom millaKe. serve a- CIfik of the Pain a
< the touvhest nnemitn on the
hard running
bU tough
the assessment level la .uh Beach County Cilinlnal bur
All of Bradford's &.7111 quail-
Palatka eleven!' will give Bradt I Brave lkIu county. The..tudy was based 250 Enjoy Barbecue fled Hector are( eligible to of Iti-coiji ford's! undefeated Tornado1 a Job ptniixl senior, U a good
The fifth conitltiitloniklamendment
on a comparison! property all Ismuvt fixIn
vote on except center and plays M teal toughs
their first\ real test of the sea
.ales with actual assessed val provide !Ust mobile
r school dlwUlct milia,",. On .
visit HrnUford at linebacker in Palittlcii's -
son when they name
ues.On that tmue, only those voters huintMt Cutler coaclicshouse .. Field\ tomorrow. night 6-3-3: defense Right

the basis of this report, Hydrocarbons Plant Ends 3rd) YearAn who actually pay lax on realor U'lilleri.. etc Ixr Included "If we dolt lose any boy tackle hilly Staples, a lOa
the SRAB then sets the railroad personal ... eligible under the definition of "motor .
.. Hvnlor.! L, aUo aggresslye -
during or before the genie, we point t /
assessment. In each county t to vote It &In not enough vehicle and thug subjix. Ui 1.
utiUHl an even chance of beat anal moves and blocks: well.Uuth
at the same percentage" of old-Ia'* loned barbecue pony's third birthday. Wednesday hilih. his tea' Inch steel I wallx to sknply own property! and a JlcciK1: tux only uhf them" Coach David horse end*. David Crla'4olJ.

total value a* Is determinedby and plant tour for over 250 I I i I and wcUlm, 888.OOO pounds. hRve It a.<..MMN d In your naino pt edict* of one of the tounheMtilrtl IRS, and Kosrrt Douglas 158.

the, Howie study guests were the featured I. The natural as product There are 4 UK1 truck loading! | Tornado Whirl You must\ actually pay taxeson School Trustee his Torna| .. will face have Kant hand", gxxxt spned

In 1994 Howie. set the events during the celebrationof plant near O n.*.W.. wax I spot* and six rail l car> loading. 1III order to vote In the UiU year The Braves have won and black well CrUwell U theM

Bradford County figure. at 4? Florida Hydrocarbons Com- visited by State and County spot of mooVrn design and : Set Oct. 28 school mlllue eh-cllon. according four games aivl lust only to >n of Brave a >lstant coach

ICsmtin.ed OM rate Twol] dltrnltarle.t. area LPQ dealer" operated under rigid safety to an opinion by the SaleAllorn..y Vote Class AA Oalneavllle by a 41-0 Wink Crl-tviell who I I'I!' a onetime !

and officials from the plant'I I e.tlla tlona. j' Brsdfurd llljh's: traditional CJeneral.Alllioiiuh 1 Millage won* which hors any ran be Btarke ... Htant mend

$18,111 To Go lament cu.itomrm. Warren Florida hydrocarbons U a "Tornado Whtil will\ kick off Biadford has 5718 .- mpletely discounted. So far former head coiwh. at Luke

Petroleum Co. and Standard I wholly. owned nubuklary: of IDAS llitmwoinlni" sctlvltle 've Nt errd electors It UdiMjbtful thin year PiUdtkHi. liin beaten City.The

Oil Co of Kentucky Flurkta Oa. Company of Wins next Thursday October 28. If one-fomth of that Set November 2 Green.. Cove 30-0. Heabieein-' I man to watch In the

Th celebration commemorated I ter Park. The plant U located The Whirl this year will bean number turn out at I lie pollson / 14-U.: CVftUi (1-0( and last "FRIday 1- backfield althoiiirh' the Braves

6& city Budget thie- yean of oprrstHn<< I on the. 1.500 mile transmbMlan. sfttnionn event and |JtrheOuled November 9, sine no. of- ntvht ChMtU! 20-13:. h.vlt three. fine! runners. &U
Three trustee' will htt .-li tt-
of another FloiklaI ftrlii'" are to be elected, and right halfback Bobby Top.
The Tornadoes
for Flom Ida II)'d.roc'arbonthf'| to begin at 1 p. in ed and m'hiMil. dust" rkt mlll"lel' played
little interest. has beet elrttnrej .- "
state's first anj only natural I I O4s Company subsidiary, Floe" and end at. m-hool's. clueing at set by llnictfoiil.. ('> v..t.u. Braves' to a cureless" tie test 180 pound senior He 1 I. a
to date' 11JIlt!
HA (las Tran.MnlMMon Company even In Palatka In "very rood( bull plnyer. run
gas products extraction plant 3:IS. Btudenii' will bo dismissed year a disputed
Trimmed Natural la the controversial" courthouse 'Issue' when I trey fo to Iha I pulls| rain. hard1:!': we'll have to stop
das raw content In whlnlt offl'l1l1A
$11,804 I The modern, highly auto- I from rla'ses and all par- Tti.... if l muted facility still has the I i material for the plant proeewt i ents of fills students ate Inc Included In the five pro- I that quatterlxick, Donald Pal' him to win" according to the
pimed amendment,, to be. voted The n"m..f the thrrn In- .
r -- distinction of producing( FlirMa's voted. to alterulThrre I cost dkl not cross! the. goal. Toinado scoutlna report
j on U providing for $300: ; C'lImluml l tniMof.* will nppiMir. .
one a U
only LfO I propane an1:! I MedicareIs will be skits from. Ilrmirord's( fom.w'all\ will 'facek Quatterbuck Kenny Perry
Still 130.000 1Iho1'of whittling leach Hi maximum of 175000by ( Ihs )iNUIul
on ss they wr tin
million bond( .Issue to four- taken well and
line that. a good' runner "
butane and natural gasoline ctawi overages
) each clteers from the
to Edwards said ..
1965-86 expenses next April. only ones (1.1111..1 l hy lhilmiilltne
\lane! iptiroxlmiilely 1,300 milerut | a I
There are 30 rmployers. at the nttA C'hc.cor..der.| ) music by tomorrow mti the Stark Discussed .
expfcte receipts but won t since the city spent Flurlda primary highways ''MoiKluy' They ore:: .
I which nereaiutryFulllutek
City Council Monday night from It duilnv the part! fiscal plant. the Tornado Band a talk from The proposed bond Issue. &U r Illrnni, W Bennett l.iwli-v i; nvemuea\ clowi Miller 170
\ Johnny,
The Florida llvdracarbons: tepid held Coach l> VlJ !taro, i lo 1HO The leaves are a run
trimmed $11,804 In a two and JflIrI At RotaryI pet project of Oov, lUiydor ('hnrl.... Ilitnly. Htailie' ; and J. left half
plant! U untqunlv' locatrd since an.ti'" of rotirte. the li.lroduc- nln* team resorting. to the all I JtOtmd i junior and
half hour session i clerk Ui city
a The B.a' and la listed' on the W Kelly, Hrooker
I most similar piiuiti haw .been lon of ,th. ,ItnineeumliMOiirrn nA. only It they cannot n."Ir.ry".dllat. ICilten: Carter 11\0\ pound "hcltfor >
After .Itee -cuH nx Nealon have to continue& din wing ..2.I .- built In oil and gas produclniareas I >- Gentry ......n. candidate and dame:! ballot at No. 4, ComUlulloiia: The MiNgustml Killings/ Ihnl I on tit. _"", nd. Thivy bully"" run hard fake well. |i
Chairman C"l: Hurst flawed | 100 plus per month Into the Amendment to Article V. will be prlntrJ un Ih. bitllnl t
to .back. The Brave
TtiU location provlderdeanable manager of the 0..11I.I Prlnt_. are H tough bin team with up Pope
that 18.111 still must be fuivji:: on past April until Itcreche. Other" ameni'menta to be decided las rix'iiniiiietnlixl' by lhSchool rapid service". to I fluchtl flerurity offlra, diaru.sad .-. good team speed. and excellenpuiciilt. team 14 not too fart but they.
trimmed before expenses will 175.000.. the voter November Hi,,in rill' Is mill fur
by on one
have quick reaction* and movequickly (
Florida" IJK1 dealers and th, i the Knvernment'a new I II aorardlitg to the IIHA
even out with rtttmatrd recelpts With the extra $14. 000 from huge storage nearby virtually l i Medicare program at the. Weil Suicide Try j 3 liicIiKl, one providlnf current fund .and three mills ,,'olllln.., report' .

of $821 000. The board the, power" plant and nit I guarantees sup !ly even dufhngtango" 1: nesilwy, luncheon meeting; of I for dividing the 8tati Into fouror for biilMing" and boa reserve. left& tackle. Randy Files' II On d..11iOII' a 101. pound .m-
got one unexpccte-l: lift whenIt counting the $68.000 going to appellate districts ashe making total) of
mote a fiiur .
Fails Sunday :300 tor Charlie Illalr replacesDouglas
nf maximum UM. 1IU4-> the 1'Itark. Rotary Club. >II pound senior, I k* probably
was found out that 1X4-89 I' the R A R Fund the council I rf'lrf..ralf"d. Horm,,c tanks have The two-plMsiNl program I i .a.e. ( Legislature may decide: Present. Olslrlft mlllngs, la I and Mike Wilson a
power plant receipts, had totaled I only had to cut IU propod bemme effective I I. and providing for the hiring. of 30:1.: 181 ponder, .shores Up the
use capacity to store 11300. will July Chan. Park I -
more than had. been estimated -I expeMtures appioxlmately A 33-yrsr-oM addition< Judges. for any < Utilct All 1'1.1111..1|' electors. In mid' 'ii." of the forewall.
I (000) Of LTO 1963. th.rpeskrrtaliTh. first' 4
gallons the p- mother Of five was rushed I 1 to I Ithe % Discount
though the ,
even city 130000 .
I lion's lament J'f'frtcer.tedplant. phs..* Is. siilnmslkand' provMes Hospital,' court nf appeal.Amendments Ilrsilford County 'may vote In I "We expect the. biggest
has fewer customers. I Inns rut so far hare not In- (I P-UOf'd, County No. 2 and :3concern .
the .
I for local1 trustee elertUm. hut only orowd In years" : PaUUca ordered
Even thoqjh they added eluded' of the proposal i person 8un! any I' the! more lntere tnt! .. At and over tfmler the.crotram. motel after Nan attempted nslMir ,- County th. who pry on treat sMlst 700 tickets, aays c..rh1fUJ' .
funds to some few Item the pay InrteaMM which are till or perminnl ( ity In Hrad.l- ..... Reserved. sents are still
1 of the the trip this th |inip ,
points tour was ersotM pay ofIfepiiMI
council cut ".1911 from the I in the mill for moat city employees by taking a quantity December 1
ford County are enlltlwl to By available, howenand: maybe
Uirouuh the power generation fret $40 nf his hospital bill .. pIlU I QB Club PlansMembership
proposed! Police Department If the council can '
vote. In t the mlllug election purrhnsed .t the gate '1'1.
area Two 4 300 HP enlhMurtnc Sft i receives IJI fttya of hoapltat j
The woman apiMrentlycherkrd
bu.'act brtnirtrv It down to swine It. In fact the council Drive Inillols will t tin |I but )they nu rx,
natural .as as fuel. provide care with no other .'.harg.If Into the. motel sometime Hcpsrst! pro ""(ulfu.1 County property clay nliht
86.276' ; .U SO from the Street added I.OOO to purcJrane a aU power for the plant ni*<<**iMsry to stay longer1 I Baturdsy nurht! Owners : vlitei/ .) for th. two el..rtlnn. owners cnn take. adrantsge ofa pe'tati to go early a$ ate, other
and Oarba Department, second new police car this. Plato for an annual member .
through two 1.2SO\ KW letter- than AO days the patient p r*! of the motel found her In bed I I Attorney Innxritl Ksrl: Kslrloth. four per" reed. reilurtlun In uhnkw seats.
to S239I, 'f'IIr.nd back $1 400 It drive In .
holding 1ct.wn ) put dip now prnwress .
In this week.aid The Torni<% lie, will c urtt.rthe "
sn ,
store and two 1.too IIP comTireawwi 110 per day from the. aist unconscious! Sunday< and railed '' opinion (hair ad valorem tax hill by
from th General had! previously cut from thepolice made by them llradfotdIllih
and $1.934 were '
,. Brave. with. an tlIl'hIn(
l "It Is
The plant utlllxe through OOth. wlt i "luxuries" not nuiiinh IIIII ,niiylng before l taro, I I.
the fltarke'! Police Depsrt-
Fund I Administrative, off Ire mtar-ellanrou. fund the low temperature absurptinn e.I r.... monk who In turn called an | School l Quarterback, Club t" own property anal l ha ns..nssi"l ".......r'lInlC' to the,. nftuimty eleven thai has a ,rr, .t.i'p"d
and general! It had been when Clerk! F.' ard" polnf* planned for the council to IJOO had been spent "" process at minus 40 decrees The ....orwJ pha. of the pro- ambulance to take her to the dsy niirht. but th* person II ."A..I tan mllorlor\ J. It Kel 'nit Hradfonl' FleUl, but Coach

Fshrenlielt, therefore re.friMerstlon work the asiketTuesday from It last The club .represents all
more on year "We'll, have to bo at our heit
t* an Important C' & ,) medical I hen-. In to Deputy Sheriff Robert !I fore ha becomes eligible In be malted out within this nest t
night but the Oreen Fund to purchase construction sports lit Blot suirxrturht: and
t I element Flfty-stx hundred fit*. I ITh Oreen p..rlklp'.t.. In a lolllsgs. eluc-' turn weeks.. A'kwn. .. of and avul.1 ml'takex If we want
Acrea' sewer controversy mad materials for the Street mwlntslns the acme. hoard at boys In
to 1 bent them Our are
tons" of refrloeratloii are consumed speaker said that an.' She left "several sutrl--' thinS'All the total number.' stain
that Impossible. i and Oarbace Department wereal !! Hrsdrorrl Field
I 1 $3.&00. putttnc that bark enough to air condition I| other ph./.. of the program< notes, Green ssH The family II. j jIs Anyone Inlet,eslrd In the '1'I.lIn..t voters ar..I.111C,1tI. ni..nts sloes 1,213:"I.i t t I a !lOt,) frame of mind. anti
Expenditure at one time totaled I condition.Tliey .
over 1,000 homes providing nursing< home care, orl lnsily from Michiganc) to vole for triintom. hut fur rest estate. taxmi, &173 foe toiMl physical
the Ml IB'
to $3.100 actually spent "promotion" of sport( st laInvll.fw1 tl-
$100000 more than expected Other lnlcie..tln. ..i hts Inc would not he available until and ate' new In Onal\'. Psrk only' Ihoo who artimlly pay 1".nlClbl.. and l 7VUI stateni.nta have a winning tr*
lat fiscal An Increase of to attend/ a
receipt but City Clerk year rlu'w the towerswhich Jn I. 1M7 due the. short It ... on mil or. personal for l tan arc big and quick, aivt, .
_. anmrptton to The woman was tran. .fen-el J pro |l..r..1) property
$1 OM ah o trimmed:! from K'aiembrr\ I I.t the
Merrill E'mard explain I m-Iht"l that combination&>> U hard !t.<)
(Continued On rate ?) re 'mW'/ rorkets on the .f. of oualifled nursing. < homes I' to the rirsn! Park hospital .party, sirs. ellglhl to vole on t......
that $M.000 of that amountwas 'nn A'ue' t speaker .
( iieaf
pad The Iha, ti'iol .. AsoesiHirUx Clan
Is 80 feet Buny by her hIJIJa" *i "" "1// Oi'inly Tag
money spent from the Renewal went will. he.. nam.d .later_n.. fang amkl .".._ smnurrt n nO. th But Caut slit hitch' ItrddIrr:
and Replacement Fund 41 niUldlrif'i' ti t an 't( Bent 't ad
H.1\ and
roll M U'Mrt H.13:
set aside under term of the tabbed si Dur top Unetnars
In Special Meeting that this smiiurit of asaea.wain -
.new bond trvue and reflnanc- ': Tonight coached. at flradfoid: III hhiiol
<>.fto..1 l p..I..rt'| Is Ui
tear progrtm the city reeenttyunderwent. H<- will lead IIM h stalwarUas
2737 per rent over Chest OJf
The fun: should tackles. Jim Ooiiwin IU>n-
nut( year Ttw nillluge rate. I

Council To Reconsider Sewer 1177 aril ale TomlltMori.Juliet IIp''nlr..ranrLol Andy M.tyton tUl-: ,

Halloween $2 Charge I 1 sIlKWiol A rwlm. un turn the of. :3 tat pur rent Mil. t If II tile II"' wia* and Joey Reese. ,

Carnival ..ill I guard Steve Tlllcy and
1 I at.I.nienU are paid In l 1lrcern- aitumsi .n..-
fI'.r crunnm "
t lier 2: per rent In January. anti.1I
Saturday Oct. 30 A second' meeting with cltyisncineers up 25e to. rrrry' cltlaen. could 'W. want the sewer lines 'been requested. her .proposal; < that. UM. monthly I with the. engineers sod the I |...r rent In Ketirua ry Nu hard charging tlravewI.liwliuckers

r \' has been set for 7 help pay Uie coot, They aIotoar'lIe1I extended to our place, but we. Winkler eked ..hat. com sewerage. .. charie of $LSO f tai' I motion,. wss ntrrled rUuctl. will. Ix granted 'lur- Stave T.HeyMUksy :
1 i pon..nrl'd HyJunior .
p.. m. tonbcht I''Thursday I, by i that the city had burrnned oo>>*ct to the $2 per foot ae- mltte hAd reported on a survey (tK
a 'Lawley the Staike. city council to reronsider n>M>ey to construct the oewnentCxhers and. Clerk MI'f'1U1 y- fix evryoii.. U. defray th" '! ell I Morgan. are a hart, tackling

; High ITA' the boardjr4 propound) .,Inc.* and that It U. being paidbark who voiced cornpi wards read the report which ciao of the .t.n.IIJns. HI.. I 4>p>l>efie
12: per foot assessment for tn- through uxibr a3 Itl- *Irits were his wife. Mr.. JoeObny urced that the council co akfi Hived that aasew.mentrharg. 1 qiMntlly. of e-Irah iron pip Seen Calvin Varian are experletx-ed

Hide And Food itallatkm of srarr line to lens and that the a..n nsment Mr and Mrs Oeorve ah.1ed1th the \rnr"vocal\ a. | ... l I.e made relmartlve! to and flttllivs aril llMrn snrxMtieed 1' In Bishop SuitA veterans, ,, st the two -orner

Green Acres and Houlhgat on lirm u a double route Wink let Hoy" Itnddy and O- outlined In an ordlnarveWttiklir cover all thnoe' who had .had that t.he bid woiililbo back pout Ctill.m *U) spell"

9ubdtrkataa.. I A'2 .jmenent was. rerommenrtedi :- ,,IL Roberts ten sushi. "TI>U Imprl \" 'lfvnl.Jtador st ,nor extra turned over t<) the dl,'. $41' OOO) mil for drma4e. H..... at difenilverwl w'.iereti :

IIROOKER SCHOOL Under pressure from real- by city en lneers.HTTvuk1 l However. another residentRolsMt thing ht wing to coot me abut rout rnslrwer* for study and "..m. (lift. ) by M A I iHiuVlyl I HL.lni| .. 'IN tjMMch to nines. slid one

IIAIJ.OWE'ENCARNIVAL. dents. of the two areas, due to .. Hcnlth and HUH' Of I. Autry. spoke In I.*- $*.M W. want th* aww Itnnrrts a,fcnjl. why the I parUxillntfrttt. I s slMt ("U""t..1 toopPnd{ of the lop di-rcnal'' '' men on

: Vf sewer wrvjre .shortly the JaclumnHlle' and approved by I i <>r of the I Improvements, and> Dvnts rediwed monthly 1'1I1. e"kln't'lI> vtrrme.1 -< WlgKtrvi to nag ant IVU-ptwnte/ Ccsrpofatta. the iusd M' 'can alto( play

# council screed' Tuesday night the council The 75o per foot ,i eIT hot would be (Ud to pay Johns amid "I thought all U) $1. 7"* a ",,,,,th. "buti! tart the fit department| ,srwlrrqiiixit i may bOI nettled ...IU.ln" few mliUtl*\ni" r
I October 30) to te<'OfMktf'r the $1 ame etnent charred on the newent. Road: U... prepnsrd .wenent this" WM settled at. piiblU-/ Chairman. Carl Hunrt said Purl I that fire hydrant b* days according t.) HUltop did with excellence, a : Redding -

t Starting 4:30 .P.t.'I after hearing more com i projert was not vufftrVfit the Roddy said:a U>. --.t hearing" ". thought the rata" wa hurts i ienmwh fkr e'l out, on a regular. lit.. Milt filed in Circuit' was. Injuredur'. > in the

' plaints. It was tile ronJ cnunrll said. and even then new would: cost him $1.IftS. and fussy. ssul. "No>> one was hi at Ui* prevent side-did and that the hydrants Court 'hero Ut Man' h IV. asks sessonUuarreiback

Supper Served l Starting! time the mrtd-nt afr fected had chsnc .ii:/ not ,b rln to hal he had undrstoud that favor of the $2 svxiMmettt. at Hunt. then prop>> *nl that be (Minted The matter for lamsin In roiiiirctixn I flunisld: FaUmn" ,

5:30: totred strong objertloiu to the. cover roU of Installing the the bond taste was ,up| OTe<| to'' that heartoia- We want. the asse anrHhsr survey n. mad to w4 preMmled l|100 of HIrK Telephone i a bill threat ... a pat andrunner

'liarre lines '( cover the. cost of the ritesMoer Mnent'" ellmmsted .' | find If residents would" boo In'' by Myw f<*>Mfctl Ctilliy who Co tI. Continental. ,I will eriulneer team

Sponsored HyHrnoker The rltlsrns snrued, *.. before It will."'" approximately Councilman Jimmy Mrfts* favor of the extennVTM. at a aid User water. In Hsratoil llL....h..t>. who served as pres* with IJwIwht Cider: Arner, and

iTAThis that the s*.* .ment Is too lit OOO in exterki sewer line "I hop the council will rererxOder 1 1 saH "At the llm of LIce hearInar | cost of $7 a foot llekihts wss rr. a poor roiullIkm ""lIt..f Hlsrke. 'resptan. Handy Joyner In the 'Uet1.! !

high IB. ssent Road residents to Green Acres and $12000 thk." he said and the res o>nu were told. hy Whrrlns. amid! ""There no' berau lite hyifranls h..11 i ...IIt' on behalf of himself ant' KUIer: is. the teats Ida ring

rX by for only TV per foot 1.1 mire for water kn*., the en ,..".,. uo with something e... c the etutlneevs Uiat *....... arid i use dr/trwr that for w* know. not Iwen stlemled/ & toApproved his. two. .UteT. Th* rompanv richer with 517 yards but' ;

Space CoatributeJWeekly l and that before the. BeMnt ilr.eecsetimat.. per foot cost ler on .." {i I water |line, ro j|' not be extended that M per rent will turn IL''! Uv piwchao* ofa wa fotoxied. by his rather. amt Avner out one! game ri<
t. Pmblicii project" nobody in town wafsublect l of Installation I I a. estimated at rVwirvllman RubY John reViewed withoutOounmlman .awsamenta idown "I M' ,,&toiol, radio for a rllytnicM had xervml, this. area fur many I yard.. and a 11 yard "'" 'lfr'I

Community Events ky to such a chart when $14 the entire sltustlon",, on I II I + Aria wtntna (Jt_ then prufmed that the si a roil of $*49 on moths i years 'I IBl average. Joyner has a-n:;: prov1en

The CommunityState knee wen extended to their \ But r...tdents' objection at i i I ewera.e ant said the RtaC.I defended, ) the asiie >nent rat*, I a se n nent be cut to $1 a ,tfA'out by Councilman M'*t<*r>i> contends that th
homes Tuesday* r..rJlsr eounrfl Board of Health had rjrderM notlns that. sHnilar rmr r "I h* failed to gain flrujnrll'backing 'Ii fkw./roe is foriiiirauon iontracted to part I is very difficult to brine down

Bank Ther 1 airwed that l the meeting were summed: up by I I| that a new _....... teat.sent .I' twnts In Ovlneovtlle had IIMPn i< for !that. totes. 'II minted permtMinn"," InAdolph him a certain salary for a per-1 Pmlron ha passed for 31t i

monrhly) sews serrlre cnane Joe OiMy of (rest Acres, who be .InntsJled.. and that made at IJJM per ford | Johns then moved that the flay U) run an elertrtc Lois of year, but dlltP""S)! yards and six: touchdown h'In (

Itt thoukt be ti>cii>...-J to $1.11. .laid: J i i, the sever*** rtrn+tnrn had Mrs ribwr ..ahi psewenla.d entire pro)..rl he f vt'aed' line from his store to the ef with hLen>1r_ before &lIt i l aim a quick fast, and atsiftyrunner .

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Dr. and. Mrs A. J. Barry I I I I I
attended the funeral of his Bradford Among Honed at :Fort Gordony Oa., I professional contributions: in I Game time .is 4:15: pm. each r rI rI
before arriving overseas. their respective fields." Sunday afternoon. THE
Counties NowAssessing
uncle Granville Jones, in Gainesville
Davis has served on the I
Tuesday afternoon. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
100 Pvt. William' Q Cruce. of I
MI:". and Mrs Walter Van- % son major newspapers in Civitans SellingHalloween
I WOMEN: of Mr and Mrs. Frank M. the Southeast and twice last Published every Thursday
derlip Decatur Ga.
111 were [Continued From Page One] Cruce of Route 1.1 Lawtey has year received national honors Candy at 138 W. Call St.,
Monday overnight of
GLADYS MOOTY guests of total been assigned to ,the' 2nd Infantry for editorial writing: winning: > Starke. Fla. 32091E.
II'" IMr. and Mrs. Harry ,Snooty per cent value, and Members of the Starke Civt I
I Division in Korea. A ,
the Sidney Hillman Foundation
Phone 964-0651 Mr. and '"Mrs. John the ralroad assessment was '
Kopelousos I II cannoneer In Battery B, 5th Award and. taking first placeIn i", tans Club are .selling Halloween L. Matthews editor *sdpublisher
and fixed at $998,490. Under the
a- daughter of Birmingham I ........-. -- ,,- Battalion of the division's 38th Sigma Delta Chi competition : candy for benefit! o! !
Ala. were visiting their 100 per cent figure, railroad Artillery. Pv'Cruce attended their scholarsnlo: fur.i.: : It wi:. .
...JVtrs. Glenn Conner and son Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Daw- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. property In Bradford County I BHS before entering the be appreciated:! 1 IT anyone desiring : Second class postage paid*
Leonard, of Orlando. Mr. and king and daughters of Jacksonville Wainwright and. Mr and Mrs. Is assessed at $2,120,550 on v ArmyIn He Is the son of Mrs.. W. Halloween candy 11\1111 at Starke, Flo.OubxripUon .
April 1963. He )
Mr*.,,Al Harley and family of I IiMerritt were visiting Mr. and George Kopelousos from Friday the 1965 roll. N. North formerly of Starke contact member of the
combate tialnlng at FortJackson ,
& Island, and Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman on Sun to Tuesday. Total assessment' of aH property -1 I and" the State Farm and Is Rs>t_i
3 C. and lust CIvftan Club.
%rs",. Barney McRae Jr. and day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Arthur CoHtan In Bradford County (exempt | stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. married to the former Mar- In trade area: J3.50: per

family. spent ,the weekend here Lavelle Pomerleau of of Charlottesville, Va. are visiting and non-exempt) rose I a Jorle Davis of Starke. year; $200 six months.

witU relatives. Fort Lauderdale spent last their son-in-law and from $18.936,760 in 1964 to| Sgt. 1st -Class William C. I THE RIGHT POINT for tM. Outside trade area: 14.00

rvACrs. Myrtle Anderaon 13 week with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gus $52.606,370 in 1965, Total mill-II Davis son of Mr. and Mrs. Second Public way you write Come If *i. per year; $2.25 six months.

\'iII11In1rMr.: / and :Mrs. John D.Anderson Gay. Kopelousos for two weeks. age was rolled back from I Y John L .Davis of Brooker, recently elect your favorite 3iITLR-I_
at Cocoa for twoeke. (Mr. and (Mrs Dillon Whlsler Glenn Reddish of Decatur 41.25 in 1964 to 14.778 on the I participated. In a 20- Meeting TonightOn GRAPH

Mrs. John Anderaon of Folkston Ga. were Friday Ala. spent the /weekend with current tax roll. I I, day field training exercise at CourthouseThe

underwent surgery last Thurs overnight guests of Mr. and his parents, Sheriff and Mrs. 75,, 4 Orafenwohr Germany. e

day in Orange Memorial Hospital Mrs. Gar] Mathews. P. D. Reddish and Mr. and Diverted Acreage I 1 Davil la a personnel sergeant second in a series of

Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mclnto Mrs. Broward Capps, and attended I in Headquarters Companyof public meetings to discuss the li f After The Game
Mrs. C. H. Freyschlmt" and .h and Mrs. R. L. Hamletof the U. of F. festivities. Soon May Be Pvt. Phillip Rodney Dixon the 3rd Armored Division's2nd proposed new courthouse bond
!Mrs. George Lennon of Jacksonville Jacksonville were Sunday John S. Speer of bennls was Used Without Loss of Starke recently completed Brigade regularly stationed Issue will be held tonight Meet At

were, Saturday visitors visitors of Mrs. Alice Mcln- visiting his 'brother H. L. basic training at Fort Polk, at Fort Bennlng. da., be- [Thursday] at 7:30: In the

of Mrs. I.. A. Davis. tosh.Mr. Speer:: in the Starke Nursing Farmers who diverted acre- La. He Is now stationed In fore arriving overseas. He Is a Hampton school.At TASTEEFREEZDRIVEIN

Mr.! .and Mrs. J. D. Warren and Mrs A. G. LoudonSr. Home and (Mrs. Speer last age under the 1965 Feed Grain! :Fairbanks Alaska where he 1948 graduate of BHS, and his the lust meeting, held

attended the U. of F, fresh- of Keystone Heights werevisiting Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. program will soon be able to i I! 'will be in school and training wife, Myrna. is with him In Tuesday night in Brooker,

man football game in Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. and Mrs. John '(Miller graze this acreage without In the missile field as a power Germany Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., explained -

Ala. laat'' Friday. Jackson on Saturday. and children visited Mr. and losing program beneAts, Lea- man. Ills address Is'' Pvt. Phillip the legislation authorizing -

'Anna Ruth Schwab and Mrs. John Maguire and Mrs. Mrs. Jimmy Carter and famIly ton Morgan Jr., Churman, Agricultural R. Dixon, U. S. 83 399 751 Airman 3rd Class Marvin W. the bond issue and questions U.S. 301-North Temple

Gary': Treeaa of iMarrit Inland VV, G. Stroup of Jacksonvillewere in Daytona Beach from Stabilization and' H. H. B. 2nd Missile Bn., eapp, son of Mr. sniff Mrs. were answered by members -

were Sunday visitors+ of Dorothy -' overnight guests Thursday Sunday to Tuesday.Mr. Conservation County Committee 526nd Artillery,.. APO, Seattle, Thomas L. Sapp of Starke recently of the County Commission FOIL THOSE DELICIOUSHAMBURGERS

'Mixon.Mr ?.' of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. and (Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of has announced. The startIng Waah. 08731 graduated from the and County Attorney George

and Mm. Donald Meyers S. E. Sparks underwent surgery Tampa spent the weekend i date for such grazing will technical! training course for Pierre.

ft Tampa were Saturday overnight In the Lake City VA HOH- with Mr. and \Airs. Drew Ked- be November 1, marking theETitTof Seaman Recruit Doffals L. new members of the U. S. Air Meetings will continue next

guests of Mr and Mrs. pital.Mrs. dish and ''Mr. Mamie Lou JSd- a the 6-month period during Jones, USN. son of David C. Force Medical Service at week as follows:

Phillip Cronkhtte.. Margaret Jackson and wards. which no grazing provision -: Jones of Starke, U undergoingtwo Gunter AFB Alabama. He Oct. 25RJE High School

: Hugh Brownlee Jr. of New Mrs. W. T. Jackson Jr. and I Mrs. R. A. Newsome spent was in effect under the : weeks of active Naval Re- studied basic hospital procedures Starke. Fast Courteous Curb
son !were in Ocala last serve Basic Training at the Oct. 20- Strawberry platform -
:JOrleana, La., :Miss Mary Friday the weekend !with her mother diversion programs and emergency medical Service Plenty Parking.
;Brownlee and Miss Joyce visiting Airs. !Morris Jackson. Mrs. J. A. Howe, on her 87th The Chairman stressed, I U S. Naval Training Center, treatment and has now been! Lawtey.Oct. I -

Humphrey of Baltimore Md., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves birthday and with Mr. and however, that this program I I Great Lakes Ill. assigned! to Blythevllle AFB' 28 Football stadium The Family and Try. Our
:Handera. M. C. Stith of Falls.Church and son of Winter I'ark spent Mrs. R. Mathew in Lake- relaxation regarding use of He to receiving Intensive Arkansas. Starke. Bring

Va. are spending next the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. land. the acreage applies only to training in naval history and All meetings. are acheu'ulvd Shrimp Boat or Chicken Boat

'seek with their mother, Mrs N. L. Woodburn and attendedthe Mrs. Edward Burns returned grazing the feed grain diverted organization: t ordnance and Blue Key HonorsH. for 7:30: p. m.

.H. L. Brownlee. U. of F. Homecoming.Mr. Monday after ten days In St. acres. Hay on such acreage gunneryseamanship! swimming

e Mrs. L. A. Davis and guest, and
a Mrs. D. H. Ferryman were In Mr. and ''Mrs. Sid Shuford an underwent eye surgery Land diverted under the duty. Journalism Prof.H. HAVE ONE YOURSELF

J Jacksonville last Thursday and children spent the weekend at I Attending the District Four Conservation" Reserve Program Hockey Play

Friday on business Mrs Per- River.their camp on the Ocklawaha executive board meeting and may not .be grazed or harvested (Captain Chaplain), son Leonard of T.Mr.Melt and H. G. Dave, Jr.. a professor Quick stick Jimmy: McClearyIs I .t 'r MILK SHAKES

Jryman returned to her home I luncheon of the Florida Federation through the whole year. Mrs. L. L. Mrlton of Starke in the University of Florida leading the Roller Hockey

:In DeFunlak Springs on Saturday Jimmy Schultz of Cocoa and Women' Clubs !in Participating in the 1965/ has reported to Atlanta Army School of Journalism was/ one League with 23 goals. RobertTel Banana SplitsSUNDAES
after two weeks !with Mrs. Fowler of Winter Lake City on Thursday were Feed Grain Program are 64 I Depot where he Is assigned of six UF faculty member rell and Franklin Thomas

Da via.I Park were weekend guests of Lire C. J. Houpt. Mrs. S. L. Bradford. County farms diverting as pout chaplain. He entered honored at the annual DIUtO are tied with ten goals each.
I !Mrs. Alice Edwards 011 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas I'eek, Sr., ''Mi." J. E. Key ,
Hardy, approximately 1,600 active Army duty In 1962; is banquet last weekend for The Sticks are In first place
e Jacksonville: la visiting her and their daughter Kathleen at. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., Mrs Acres from feed grain produc! a (graduate of Stetson Univer their contribution to the Unl with three wins and one loss. : IN A IIURRY CALL YOUR

: eondn-law and daughter. Mr. camp in the Scrub. Lex Green Mrs. J. W. Kincaid tion. slty in Ireland the New Orleans verslty and higher educationIn the Cagela are In second place ORDER IN-IT'LL BE
4 and.Mrs. Tate. Alvarez this Mr. and Mrs Mike Flynn of and Mrs Maurice Wingate. ,
Baptist Theological Seminary
general. with READY WHEN YOU
a 2-2 record; and! the V
this week. Freeport Bahama Islands J. T. F-lllyaw and :
Uunnl ( and the
J Chaplain's Basic The citation
ASCS SeekingTo win for "devo Wings are third with one win ARRIVE -6-11&
e Mr., and Mrs. Bill Adams of will spend the weekend Vickery of Lake Butler, and .School, Fort Slocum, N THe tine to teaching, nervire to the and three losxeji...
: Perry !were Sunday dinner with his parents Mr. and Mrs 'Mrs. Lee Sanders of Starke Give Better I served In Germany from I
University of !
L. C. Adams Florid: and higher The public U Invited to OPEN 11 A.M. TO 10 .P.M.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ErvlnAndrews. are patients In Doctor's Hos September 1962 until July
S Service Than Ever education' and
distinguished watch this fast ;
C Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. pital. I I 1965/ : He and. his wife, the I

Mrs.( Willard Pass was Beasley of Haines City will be Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining Instead of relaxing efforts! former Mary Katherlne Mes-
: weekend guests of Mrs. O. L. were in Valdosta ser of Palatka and their two 1--.- = --- --- .
Thursday overnight guest of Ga. last already yielding results, the I --- ;- :- = op= --"" \
I Mr'and; >Mr.. Billy Bennett hi Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Bradford County Agricultural children live in .the Holland I

: Tallahassee" caid. Mrs. J. W. Tlrnbermun, Stabilization and Conservation Park Apartments at the [De ."

.' h who was In the hospital.i Committee and their office pot.

'. .i Judge and ''Mrs. T. A, Yawn staff aim to Intensify their I -... : BANK AT STARKESTARKE
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I daughters spent Friday to search for simpler and more ,
I Tuesday in Whittler N. C. economical way to give even FLORIDA
\ Mr. end Mrs. F. W. Strick better service to farmers In f ". ... ..

I land and family visited SilverSprings the county. !r. I STATEMENT OF CONDITION

last Friday and! went This Is the objective of the "' :.. "
by Stetson University In De. nationwide ASCS "Projects Condensed from Report to Comptroller : 1

I land to got their daughter, Simpler," now ,being launched w

Elaine who came home for the according to Clyde Cone ASC OCTOBER
''sC4a 13
l d weekend.Mr. County Committee Chairman ,

and Mrs. Tom Stalllngs A district meeting at Orlando, eyr't

Sr. and Air. !and 'Mrs. Stalllngs kicking off the project in

Jr. and family were in Cocoa Florida was attended by local ResourcesLoans

I over the weekend visiting ASCS county office personnel.

Mr. and IMrs. Andrew Grlggs. "Although we've been doingthis

Mr. and 'Mrs. T. H. Slade right along, we intend to and Discounts t 2,734,058.64

were in Atlanta Ga. from Friday re-study every form procedure ,; .'

P1' to Sunday on business and and operation In administering "" Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 304,788.53
ASCS programs for
; attended the Auburn-Tech
game, our
(Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns "With a bigger workload In Mr and Mrs. Richard L. Lee I| 1505.00
.p I the county said Chairman j
and son of Macclenny spent Cone "we've managed by Jr.. of Route I., Starke. 1.t'Ct'nt-1| Prepaid Expenses
the weekend with Mr. and ly completed four weeks of in- | 1,958.85
; Mrs. J. W. Ritch. simplification and Increased dlvlJunl, combat mining with

: Mr. and Mrs X. M. Smitand efficiency er use down to get considerably our manpower "- the 1st Intently Training Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 24,013.35
family in Palatka Regiment Marine Corps Daw,
Wednesday evening to visit Nationwide. the use of manpower Camp Lcjeune, N. C. U. S. Government Securities
1n counties la 22: 2,476,189.51
'their son, Barry at St Johns The :20-day course Included
I I River Junior less than. the the peak over 200 hours of rigorous instruction Florida
College on hU County & Bonds
:! year, 1959 and ASCS hurt year Municipal 765,981.92
birthday and went out to dinner had the fewest full time em In small unit tactics, I
to celebrate the night combat, firing weapon! Other
occasion. State &
Municipal Bonds
ployee..S.86I. since 1931: al-! ,
r I (Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Rolandvisited though programs increased, under1 simulated combat conditions 92,000.00 I

Mr. and Mrs. George and farmer and other subject related I Cash Hand &
partlclpatl grow on Due From Banks
McDaniel In Tallahassee over "That's not going to keep to Marine InfaivtiymrnPfc I 285,982.94 3644167.72

: the weekend. lu* from .*nttniinltv__.m.n Aquino__.._...* -- I
I. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan ourselves, as President Johnson Mitchell Starling, son TOTAL .
of Ovleda, Harold Jordan of of Steve Starling of Route 1 1. 6,686,478.74
recently requested;: What.
Jt takes.a heap of Law ley, recently participated
planning Orlando
and Miss Jeanie Le- Is it costing builds Gear of Winter Park were Is there A way to do it as well 1 In a field training exercise '
to buyor: home.It weekend guests of '1r.. Carrie or !better that would coot less? near Orafenwohr Germany. 'r .

Hitch and Miss Annie Darbjr.; Besides. axing all ASCS employees He will undergo extensive ,
takeS'so d financing too- Their guests on Sunday" also ,to suggest practical:l training through October,I Liabilities

included Mrs. Thelnm Mendoza simplifications in their consisting of all types of range' I
and that's where we can help work: firing and day and night
, you. and Miss Gloria Johns of Secretary of Agriculture exec Capital Stock
Jacksonville and Miss DlanneHitch Orville Freeman cises. A surveyor In the 3rd 300,000.00
We specialize home loans. Armored!
of Htaleah. farm and bUKh'ell! or I IUanua. Surplus
Local admittance. ganisation Battery near 375.000.ob
to Bradford leaders throughout t !
.. ,If you don't'have the down payment' for that home County Hospital this the country ,to make suggestions. Stalling entered the Undivided Profits ,
Army in July 1904.
week include:: Mrs. Grace ', The State ASC Committee completed 54448.40 i
you' want . Why not open an account at Mc- basic training at Port Jsckson.
Comb Joel Jackson, John has followed thin up with t
Luke Mrs. Irene Brooks, Lloyd Invitations ,to leaders of Stat s. C.. and arrive:!1 overseas in Reserve for Contingencies 74,976.65 !
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS January 1963. Before 804425.05
Bryan Jr.. Larry Martin, Mr. farm organizations. The Bradford entering
.. Lorraine Johnson and ASCS County Office welcomes the service lie attended !
HenryHlnson Reserve
AND LOAN' ASSOCIATIONOF all of Starke; Mrs.Gladys such suggestion from I Bradford His County High School for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 62,097.79 {I
mother. Mrs. Vivian P :
and others It
Allen and 'Mrs. Bethna! serves.
Starling reside In Oalnesvllle Interest & Income Collected Not Earned
STARKE Estes of Lawtey; Russel Dyal 91,566.13 III
of Hampton; Maceo Tlson of I
Army PFC tsom Parks son Dividends Declared Not Yet
Waldo Mrs Eleanor Drew of Johnson Infant Payable
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AND WHILE YOU'RE of Mr. and Mrs Pronto Parks, r 1,560.00 I
Lake Geneva; and Mrs. Gracie Passes rv. I
of Starke .
Carnival Tuesday participated infield a Bills Payable
Knight of Orange Park.
Ask About The FREE training ; '
I near .... ... 225,000.00
Demos Davis Johnson III,,
Germany, from Other. Liabilities j'
Of Gifts For Savers of $100 1965 seven-weeks-old '
..5.4. City son of Mr,. Sept. 20-27. r
I and Mrs. D. D. Johnson II of The exercise was designedto 47.18
or More. Budget Trimmed Deposits I
Hampton, died" .
Tuesday morn- Improve the... efficiency of I
. .inf in Starke. He was born in his unit In setlln 5501782.59
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=k Starke on August 31. munlcatlons for a 4th Armor-i TOTAL

:-- the city's: proponed contribution Surviving, besides his parents ed Division exercise taking _
I to the Starke-Bradford 1s one slater, Melissa place later this year. --a I II

Don't Forget To Back Your Favorite I Chamber of Commerce putting Johnson; his paternal grandparents Parks must be able to I,I

High School Team It !back to M.3OO. the same Mr.[ and .Mrs.: D D sist In, setting up tommunice-1 ::1,

''as lost year Another $1.000 Johnson. Sr. of Hampton and lions so that units.. of the division -

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 was trimmed! from the cllj's his maternal grandmother, cart carry or communication '

.: ; Palatka at Starke ,. general! insurance premiums! Mrs. Ruby C. Little of Tam.,, with each other and 1'1

Mayo at Lake flutter __ cutting that back to last year' JI'UIxoralvices. .. were held with a minimum of interference -J

'Keystone Heights! -Open Dates -: : 15.700.. at 4:9O: p,m. Thursday at the and delay.
.. ', The council has comrnited graveside in Hampton Cemetery : Parka U a wI man In Company ,
-.. Itself to meet every Monday with Rev Paul ESIM. ofRelating. C of the' 4th Armored'I I BANK 1 AT I STARKE N NI NOne

WATCH FOR THE: FIRST FEDERAL FOOT- night until the budget, Is DeWItt C. Jones Funeral DtvLo on's 144U> Signal B4tUlfon .
BALLS AT THE STARKE balanced but I Home was in regularly stationed. !
GAME! may now meet charge of near II
of 31 Banks of the Florida. National
i! more often since the IMS-fld I arrangements. Ooppingcn. .He,\,..o* last .ta-I. I j Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp

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I I Woman's Club Woman's Club Back To School I Prevatt-Wilkerson Easterlings Honor-

I Sets Fashion I. I Hears FBI AgentOn Tour Attracts : Rites Performed Recent Bride
1I I And Flowers Day '. Communism Large Attendance Mr and Mrs. Rowell Prevattof At Outdoor Dinner,;

The Staike Woman's Club James J. O'Connor, Assls Attendance::. exceeded all expectations Lawtey announce the mar Mv. and Mrs. Henry Easter-
GLADYS MOOTY will hold a "Fashion and Flow tant Special Agent In charge at the lllnh. School: riage of their daughter, Alma ling entertained a barbecue
Phone 9 "-0651 ers" day at the clubhouse on of the Federal Bureau of In- PTA "Buck to School" night Jean to L/CPL. Raymond F. elnner Sunday: at their homeon
Wednesday Oct. 27. vsMtlgatlon ofrtcu in Jacksonville Tuesday evening with over Wllkernon. of ParrU Island S. Bedford Lake for their
C, and son of (Mr. and Mrs.
Festivities begin at 10 a.m. 1 'was\ guest speaker at the< 200 parents, and teachers at- I daughter Mra. Richard 1.
Eddie Blalock Louise SternIs with and oanu'ta and regular of Leon Wllkerson of Lawtey. -
bridge meeting r the Starke tetidlng. I Haddock a recent bride.
Has Birthday PartyEddie I Complimented luncheon at 12 noon. Woman'. Club, Wednesday afternoon Rev. Thomas Kelly of St. The marriage was performed I Tine neighborhood dither
Highlight of the day Js a tii of lost week. Edward's Catholic Church Tuesday. Oct.: 12 In the Churchof was pread on tables on the\

Blalock celebrated his I Miss Louise Stern: was hon- Flower Show by James Burns,' The speaker was introduced opened the meeting with 1& devotional God In Lawtey with Rev.George lawn under the tall. oak: tl'ftft
ninth birthday:! Wednesday! ored at a birthday supper president of the Jacksonville by Mrs. lx Oreen. public affairs and a sliott business Chum performing the and fas enjoyed, by 30 trUt8t.;
afternoon. Oct. 13. when his Monday evening at the Holiday Allied Florists' Association, a chairman and described meeting was pjtsWlud 1 over by ceremony Those from out-of-town"
mother Mrs. Charles Blalock. I Inn gf.en by her Methodist member of the Board x>f Floe the growing threat of Communism the president! Mrs. V. J Mint. Betty Jane Prevatt eluded Mr. atxti Mrs. KennetH
gave a party for him and is r Sunday,School Class ida State Florists Association, In the U.S. S;>enaler. The aecittary Rave served her sister .. maid of Haddock and son' of Jaata4sonvUle
boy friends at their home. 523 members and a member of the Schoolof Mr. O'Connor said the rate the three remAliunu datva for honor. Jim \Vllker on attended Beach, Mr. and Mrs.:
W. Euclid Street. Enjoying the affair with Design of ,the Florida State of I"t'OwUot Communism had the year: Ovcrmbor! 11. a his brother as best man W. O. Holmes and Mr and
The boys played two contests Miss Stern were seven members Florists. He .is. also,designer Increased this country sine Christmas program In the A reception wan held at the Mis. Stanley Adams and family -
with Ken Fuqua winning of the class and the for FTD Southeastern1 Florida World War H and attributedthis auditorium; Mardi 15. "Back home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I ol Jacksonville, Mr. rn4
prizes for both ant they play- teacher.' Mrs. A. N. HollUay. State and has a shop in Jack w4I to unrest among those to School" night and May 17.' WIlkArson. a cousin of the Mrs. Lynn Hall &11\. Raleigh:
ed football in the yard where who presented Miss Stem witha sonville.iMr. who live in substandard. homes, Installation. Special.l meetings gne mi. Branntun Hampton and Mod
there was a decorated goal small gift of remembrance : Burns will create formal with Insufficient food and do- may be called:' t to resolve any The bride and brUhwroom and Mrt.! M H. Watson. and'
post.A. I and a birthday cake. and informal floral arrange- j thing. questions or problems which are both graduates of Bruei. Mrs. Lucy Major of DuyUuufc; .
birthday cake, topped' by a ments for those attending the When these people were may arise timing the year ford High School. Beach .e
miniature football centered' Beta Sigma Phi Fashions and Flower Day. He I promised a better way of life, Mrs H. O. Bollltmcr, membership -
the refreshment table and a I will design corsages and will 130.000 of them went over to cJinluuan, and six Story Hour Set Garden Club .
weiner roast was also enjoyed. Gamma Theta Chapter of ahow how and when, to Wear Communism during World War members of the Little Wom Mf
The boy received" favors'! otl Beta Sigma Phi will hold Its them. Mr. Burns will createa I 4f. .. II, Mr. O'Connor said. en's Club, handled the membership Story Hour will be held at The StArke Oarden. Clubs

football tracing-:! cards Ritual of Jewels Monday Oct. wedding bouquet and bou- I Mary Frances Norman Becomes Bride 'At the close of his talk, a registration with about the Btarke-Bradford County will meet Monday' at 7:30.: ...
bubble gum. I 25. at 7 p. m. at the HolidayInn. quets for the Attendants, and question and answer period 90 members signing up. Public Library Tuesday Oct. m. lit the Episcopal Parish
Mrs Blalock was aulsted by!I A turkey dinner will be I will also have on display many Of Jimmy Martin In Home CeremonyMiss was held., The projects for the year :36. at 3:30: p. m. All children Route with Mrs. D. H. Penoyerf
served after the ritual. I I unusual creations to suit the I During the business session,, are obtaining water coolersand BUM 6 through. are welcome and !Mrs\ Tonunle Mersertaua.
her els'ter Mrs. Shirley Owensof Pledges completing their taste of everyone. H. will be I \ Mary Frances Norman, straight skirt was elm J fashtoivrl presided. over by the more lockers for the Mrs. Darlene Huff will hOOlte! '
Jacksonville I their I daughter of Mr and Mrs. of lace over satin. Her
Mrs.\ Joyce training and receiving assisted by Mrs. George Robert : Mrs. C. J. Houpt Mrs. Oreen school. be the storyteller )
Williams and'' ''Mrs: Wanda Jeweled pins at this time areMrs. I of Peyton Florist of j Hownrtl Norman of Lawtey, bouffant veil of Illusion was and Mrs. Houpt Connie Clark principal. Introduced Plastic.. Notebook 13.30 al'lh'e
Crews of Starke. I Philip Clark. Mrs James,i I Starke. became the bride of Jimmy attached to a tJ'OWIot seed the fall board meeting reported and on the teachers and laid TtLEOKAril.SENSATIONAL: ...
Saunders and Mrs. Freddie : and Martin sort of Mrs. Carl pearls and aura cryntala.. She Mrs. out the plan for Ultl classroom
Bridge canasta games Grown also
I I Thomas. and the late Henry carried a ,, ute Bible topped told of her visitations' which lusted seven.
Stephen.EV .." start promptly at 10 a.m at visit to the State Federation n.euryM
Martin, of SUuke. at the homeof with whit carnations centered minute for each cluss.During .
I the clu the brUe's parents Friday with a yellow-Uwoated orchid live social hour the
WIN A PILE for high score at evening Sept. 3. at 8 o'clock. with steamers of blue O. U Jurvto, minister of executive board served coffee
eacltab.le., and Mr. Burns mimlo of tile First
Rev Henry C. Martin. performed satin ribbon. Her only ornament Baptist and' doughnuts In the cafe
will give one of his arrangements Church sang r the dub Collectto
the double ring ceremony was a sterling pendant teria.
) as a door prise. necklace. music which he had composed -

KOCH CASH POTNo Luncheon will be served at The living room of the Nor Mrs. Norman chow for herdaughter' eMt>ciaHy for this purpone. -.
12 noon. Guenta are to bring .
man home was decorated with wedding a SawyerIs
their own cards.Reservations. 1 of white blue with which she Minutes. of the prevloll.m..Unll' .
Ptusle to Solve. Nothing to Writ. :No pedfwtal basket drew Hostess
Stamp to .....k. No OM ". Ic"" Jest ('emsla should be made gladioli and blue mums, cen- wore white accessories and a were. r ud 'toy Mrs r.
Each: Work .., not later than Monday night. tered with a wklte> satin bow. whit ci\m tV" cortume.! OilY Sale secretary, and Mrs At Luncheon
or I"foTim.. a Pay Oct. 23. -*>y railing Mrs. J. H. In the background were arched I Mrs. Thomas' mother of the H. U Hprrr, treasurer, gave I II.:
and Get "ourRJI': ': .c.... "'0'" Ticket.
DtiPre or Mrs( J. D. Odom. her
candelabra holding lighted bridegroom also wore Navy report.Atrs.| Mrs. Charles" Sawyer entertained
Last Week' Winner The Social Committee, heed ,' white tapers. The family pews I blue with whit! accessoriesai Jennette' Klncnld' was at a delliihtful hinoheon ONE TIMEPURCHASE ,"."
Ann Kicks", by Mrs. J. W. Kincald is were marked with white' satin a white, carnation corsaire. In charge of decorations for Tuesday lionnrlng !Mrs
in charge of the Flowers and bows A reception was hrldi Immediately the meeting. The center of Interest Arthur COHtan ot Charlottesville :
Cash Pot Now $$25.00Quality Fashions. Day. An album of traditional after the criv" nonyat In the auditorium. was a Va. who U visiting her ,.
I wedding music was played' as the home of the bride! The' manaanetU' tree, with a colorful son-in-law and daughter Mr I '1\\

ti_r. and quality riem nptlona Altar Society the guests amemblrd dinning room 'was decorated Macaw perched C>Ia limb and Mrs Otis Koprlousos. WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S
at KOCH'S! lUtrtlS.! IUv Your Next It* BIU, Martin brother of the with arranupments of pink and the base surroiuiilnl" by '11\le<< long luncheon table In' I ,..i
Filled St Edwards Altar Society groom. served as best man. roues. The bilde's table was pine cone Illlmi.Mrm the den was decorated with a
will meet tonight (.Thursday I i and James Fender" brother-in- overlaid wlt.a/ white lace t.. A. Powoll, gave the garland of pyracsnUiea tier*
at KOCH'S-Free Delivery at '7:30: p m. in the' Parish law of the IfI'OOIIuaher.. cloth and war centered,' with a Bret palm .. the devotional' rica extending the 1t'IIIUor TENNIS :I.
Hull Mrs Merna Martin nerved thane-Uered wedding cake, and the poem, "I love a Tree," the table OXFORDS
UUU_ "_ as matron of honor Yo..rtn..1 topped with a miniature bride by CU hmlln. Twelve ruenW( .. included Mrs.
street length suit of light blue and groom, under an oval With 101..... Green. at the piano E. I) names and Miss Mary
lace over taffeta. She also I arch. At each end of the tablewere the group sung America Ramos of Jacksonville .
WEATHER BULLETIN wore' a matching veil and carried punch bowls circled with The Beautiful, and gave the Mrs\ Sawyer piearntrd her" 1.99
i a nosegay of blue mums pink roses' and fern. Pledge of Allegiance a the honor guest with a cook book'I 0
with blue streamers Mrs George ehuford cut the I as a memento of the occasion. Value
The bride, it en In marriage bride's< cake and Misses Carolyn I I Hmipt thanked Mrs.Thmnn .
by her father chose<< for her : Brown and Janet Martin Nolln and her com. L
wedding a str-et length gown presided .t the punch buwla. i mitt. for tha supper arrangements Slumber Party i w :

of Chantilly lace and sUn. I I After a short. wedding trip 'I on Sept' 3D. Mrs Kin- At Barry I Home ";M! ..
The bodice was lace over satin Mr. and Mrs Martin are reIn I call reminded members of the I '5 .
with a scalloped neckline and !I 'Idtr Blarko.\ ),11'. Martin .....hkm. and Flowers Day I ant l Mr. A. J. Hurry entertained' I, bee
A 4 long sleeves which tapered to I t. flttyt"f" 'In "Ot.InHV1Ue."nU'.1. for (Vt. :27 leer First lluptlst I Inlermeill- ..
points at the wrtftts. Th-' oM.... L ,yrM Om-omlse' anew ate Sunday School l rUtM. .t a e .
m.m'intl'UtJllced.' slumber party Hulimlnnljfht ..
Commodities ," cereal( dried.. milk./ pea Other new members Vote on Th. live girls and' their dates I .s

,bul .r. }J.N. canned. beef, and Introduced were I butler! and >!>..... clan goner Mrs Klbert B arl during. the evening. .
/ Oi Schedule I i "We wun't !have any butter ItHtrnton iMr. J. 0, Orlffls. ..

lit our flrHt dlntrlbiitlon because Mrs Logan, Day Mr.. J. H. lk a
( i '
Is Announced I. wu don't have facilities. "'flhufonl and Mr.. Ruby' JohnsMembors Recent Birth i' ..
yet for storing It," Roberts were Invited Into ..v .
...1.1. There won't be Mr and Mr. James of .
Carl Roberts administrator, any the sun |wrlor where the tea I Rye v. t .
of the county's new surplus i th..... either, because the''; table roverml with awhile Qrarwlln annmiix'e the birthof \ e
commodities. program hns. announced .!I warehouse In Jacksonville was embroldl.rtNl cloth and a son James. lWard.) on .
b the following srnedule temporarily out when Bradford ceMere l wtlh an arrangementof Oct 20 in tiortor's IInlll.'t..I.' ..

for trttnitlon; County puked up Its supplies yellow and gold crysnnthemiMiM -- .
Monday Oct 29,: Fsmlllrs this month. lnt.raMrwid' Brad font County. hospital'
| with 1 lea C ;
.t_.,'IfU''H] living In the Lewtey. Hell-, In addition. to Roberta. per thvrlmf' fern. annouru-ea the following ChffcJron't, Sizes 5 to 3; ..
brunn flprlngs, and Stat Prison son employed In the commodities births: Red. White or BlueJWomen's '
--- area as far north as the distribution\ program .r. Mr and, Mrs,, Levi. liars ew
= Baker County tin*. I Mr. Betty Jo Bennett, commodity after the escape and ass' picked Mlddlt-burg. a mm, Hurl" ) Timothy C
Tuesday Oct.: :re: .K.,.111..1. supervisor, and twtiliCT up by police In Gainesville Oct. i 10. Sizes 4 to 10;
stiiilvnts, Lorraine" Davis early Tuesday. Mr. and M.... CurtU OdeltJonm
tlroukrr. Graham Blue :
.. living In the White Black or Light' Denim) .
: ri end New Fttv r areas. rusting. and Sherry 1..1a.. The boys, all between 13 and Atarke, a son Robert .

at that Union and Alachu' IS years of age were awaiting Walter, Oct 14 Comfortable Built-in
lr, County lines.WednosOay. I 5 Gainesville transfer to the Juvenile UrnUnUm Mr anal .Ir. John Frank"
Ort 31 FaaillIrs Home at Marlanna at Martin. Lake Butler a ...n. Arch: Cushion! ''at a
living In the Hampton., Youths Caught the time of their rat-ape{ Oct. 20. MM
I ..
I .
Keystone Heights, end "' .1. Near Hampton
rt.. areas Including the D..- I Local CorporationsAre 1 _

i, 4& ... cant Grove area end t ending. atl\ Five Juvenile escapees from Chartered
the Putnam. AUchiM. the Alachua: : County Jail were .
tiny Count y lines apprehended' early' TuMKlsy1mornlnti I Secretary. vf. Htale Tom '
Thursday. and rrl.Uy. Oct In lUinpun by AI- Adams has announced' the
2-2\ : Fsmllles 'living In the aches' l>>putt.... ...hart.rIn.of the following 8/ .
fltarll, Lincoln City and. B...1, Three of the Jive. boys. all Ilradford County corporation:

ton areas. Nesroea were caught by Bouthern Marine of Mtsrke,
All distributions will Uk. Alachua -putles. 'In lUmpton Inn.. 412 E:. Call lit.. IU.rk..
place<< at the Bradford County I about lam. Tuesday The Authnrlsml. stork 100 shares
C Fairgrounds. Building 3, from I other tan took off Into nearby tit common at $100 per aha re.Dealing t : .
0 a m. to A pm.Roberta .cod It and were tracked 'own in: motors engine, FULL FASHIONED
anld I that mpfrmb. by blood-hounl* about sn hour and. other machinery for the ,

matcly 40O Ilnulford C "ntyfsmtlurs later '' generation of iltom elmtrlcIt .
have bean certified toreceive I Their capture ended a wild' /. InrorporsUir' 1. D HumMtnn HAND LOOMED
run which: started around I. .
around romnxxlltl It per month per ...atl I I m. Tuswlay when seven !I O. II, Jeanette Pierce' .Hamilton.1of/ "',.rll.and.. 100% Wool

...... He estimated. that the I youthful offenders escaped: the. Filed. Oct a, I\ TtvwnitsA r-i Y 1 Virgin
the exciting new AUTOMATIC tots I value annually of thecommodities Alachua County Jail Pleats
dttnbut4 I About two hours later sit (
r.r= CONTROLS In the county to would be fee around I of the escaped youths stol a Made Ons of Htsrke. Inc Iy
I L 332 W. Madison. Kt, fllsrke I
; ;r-J1 72000. I car r from: the used car lot of CardiganSweater
Just DIAL your comfort! This should. maUrUlly help a OalnnrvlUe' auto dealer Authortjml stork; 7.V sharx
of n a
common at 11 oil shareL.ealing
Push button to start or per
a ." I They drove to Waldo where
L HOME HEATER the economy of our county.Itoberts In: 'll< uin-H pvtmtawn ei
01 |
stop the FLOCRSWEEP! aatd. "The fsmUVn ; they were spotted l .
gu *e Incorporatnrs J
who cal.'ed: Waldo Police Chief'
seeing this much on staple.will C. .. Jomnna .
,.r. S ffawyvrand
Branson to report. boy -
have Just that much moreto ;
: a. If. PWrre. all of Htarkeritod
acting IJIOPk'InuaIJ'' When
now gives you amazing spend on other Items, suchas
Oct. '. IMft by ThomjuPierre.
Bramon stopped their car. UM .
clothing and houashoki' 0! I Icastle. ,
SUPER I bH... the boys Jumped out and fled They j, a .
> program :
Wrn If U ll@ flmT will actually .benefit. our bra Chief caught one I Hlai-ke' BnterprisMi. In3.13 1 COMPARE AT 12.99

FLOR flea people," the administrator In the stolen! tarDr.wn W, Madison Ht, NUrke. Au-
..aed.Roberts. ,: found ten cruaru of oil and I thewet..k, ; JOO shares of CART'SSPECIAL
The golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven tt. plated out that', around .10O worth of tooU'I, preferred. at IJV pr share 88 :
which had been taken from I rivaling 'In community antvnoatelevbilnn
back and ortb-rucep! the heat over the floor. All new welfare famtltes are sutonwtically I \ 8hwt
rotate of BreKgs aer ice station: In system. Irworporaturs .
certified for receipt (y LOW
in performance: styling! and exciting colors, this new SIEGLER the commodiUcs. and mme I' Waldo. : BufoM Mitchell '....lfuM.r1a. ); /, 1 rt e.
I ,!I Ls than an hour later a .. T II. ...1. and S C r PRICE
gi..CS"OU a new dimension in heating comfort. See it soon! carolled low-lncocne: after famllle Investigation are also' I I I railroad employee' & Wht4 the .......)'.r, f jth of Stk.lied t w, Ls .ayl.

', other fire youth walking the Ort. 7, 1M3 by Thorns A P y
Home 12 14 Items are Included
or era11 Weft M all flirt*.
railroad tracks from 5
la th* list of surplus', I Pierce c J1 j r ,wleyl LN.i.fel sH-eve .a.le.'
"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" commodities made availableby towards Hampton. I I a.l.s slaw. .rd..
:I The AUcrtua:: County 8hr- I I Mkka1 .vH eat D. Wee:
the Federal government. for Ifrs office was rrxlled and h el.( wit1. Sea.'.'.. er s s :
distribution through the pro- ,r tour deputies arrived' In TJI r. Kioirr POINT! fee ih. c ssS *sw.seaS'. C .iu l.ea5C

in\ii; \} iiik 11[mm[1:1: : CO. gram.staple*Th. plus- consbrt a few mostly'.Jrtn' ;of* as Hampton the boys>>about the MOI tune I I i I I _way k..t.. ,_yearfamelt.) wrH. r.m*Errr;III earl"' j : lit/ erA.r.e1.. let. L, ., SMS eS. kla., lass.

front time to time Inc I
lbe seventh youthful rarapr I R/u/rjK f_Uls) prau It.UT
the tort a,.: beans, flour.
tit W'.c'A1.1.STREFT spwesird: frun the oUirrs' OKA ML


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editing plant food at regular Intervals. ,brands, and formulas available. ; Prisoner CITY <>V HTARKI5 FLOKMMMy years lailH' through 2(106( InelusIva I I tord County, Florida I
I Silence Mvrrlll Kdwurdi:: bearing. Interest ab not excvedlnn 10/14 4t 11/4
GoUJGardening Year around fertilizing pro However, since plants can't Day I CITY CLERK: the legal l rate, payable
gram makes sense when you read don't worry too muchIf IE. Escapes 10/14 3t> 10/28 Kfinl-a'inually. on January 1 and.
consider ,that In Florida some you apply an 8-8-8 "lawnspecial" AtBHS July 1. a. more "particular de.mrlptlon NOTICE
I """' '' A.M. In The. ('Ir,-ult (....... 1i:Jochtlt of mid. bond. lietngcuntalnrd In accordance" with the pru-
plant growth occures throughout to your rose bushes. Tuesday filedIn vtalonaof
I I Judicial (Irrnlt Of FlorlilH.. Intnd In the petition sncthin 2bo.'Ih.! Klorlilattlatutea
I the year. Remember' when The main Idea Is to apply I 3 "Beat.the Brave" will be I Foe Bradford ('uaeq. la the prdln r. The Uuard I'Or I'ublleInstruction .

the plant top is dormane, usually plant :food that contains the the only' words around the A white prisoner escaped ('."...1'''. hull Thin be |Order iul>'llHlii.d to. !Show In the Cause manner Hereby serve. of. Bradford notice that County an

the root system is gearing major food elements nitro- BUS campus Friday. Oct., from the Florida State TOWN OK BKOOKHK.) a tnunlul required by Hertlon 73.nt, election will be held Novembert. .
.. ,
of the Kt" of KlnrlilH.
Editor >allty .
By Harvey! :Sharpe, | 1113 for the pnrpoiM of vmiaicfor
for a spring flush of gen, phosphorus and potosnlum 22. tentiary about 11:30: a tltloner.. va Tilt: STATE OF Florida Statutes' In Bradford district 1.ritateea and l.tatrlct -
ExtensionService peni'j
Agricultural growth for the above ground / -In a 1 to 1 to 1 ratio, Friday will be designated l Tuell ay. .b'IAIRIPA et al, Ke.pond<-nl". County Telegraph, a newspaper In the tax levy for the ensuing
of general "
parts. This takes plant food. such as a 6-6-6 or a 8-8-8 fer. I an Silence Day until the Raiford Prison OKDKIl. The TO i tate HIIUW Of CAL'SKTu Klorlilu' Town. of Hrooker publlahed. InHtark. Llennlum. 10/7 4t. /%'

But don't over-fertilize. tilizer. On most Florida soils roaring .Pep Rally at the ent DeWitt Through The !mate! Attorney F"r ... Florida.

FKRTIUZK: NOW Scattering extra amounts of these mixtures of plant food, j :., Pond of the day. All studentsare Thomas Curtis superintend-I Ths ttlghth: Judli-lul. Circuit, of LONE. ;Bradford AM ORDCItCn(County.': JI. MorIda .-tStarke. la Ike.Hrflr Court''rd Of('"far....,.,l'eeeUJudah Kktr

Expecting plants to hibernate plant food .- Just for good will produce good growth in arced to co-operate In "medium Maid flat, The Heverul And" 'oIJ.r.fltl-| tills 13th
all winter without food measure may burn plant most of your plants, including '- this attempt to boost the was doing( electllcal work on I( lens ty Ownpra of The Taxpayer TownlOf\ nrooker. I 111I5. Deceaard.To re: BNtate; of Etta C. Hoover -

Is like sending a hungry childto roots. Applying excessive fer- house plants.Of FIGHTING TORNADOES. the I prison administration I I I| FI.'I..... Including Ni>n-H."ldenta l- /aO.o. U. PattenJudge Court of All (Credltura And Permm
bed. minus his supperyouare waste. It Is just course If have building when he owning property Or SubJet of the Circuit having. t'lalnu. Or Demand
tilizer is a you special ( slipped; away .t To Taxation Th.eln.nd the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Against Maid Katatrott :
asking for trouble. like tossing a handful of dimes soils or have special from the work detail and escaped All other Having. Or Claiming Florida. In and tot Hradiford \' and each of you are hereby
Plants perhaps won't whimper down the drain. plants, you may consider hum- rtisis steady stream Tue.oIday'morninll.. Any Klght Title of Intereat In County. Florida. 1 notified and required to present -
::j lI l- 10/14 at In2tO'ruK any claim and demanrirwhich
but ,they can make you Of course the correct amountto oring the plants with a soil They started with a ''blood A man-hunt with blood- Properly To He Affected Of Hy monde TheIssuance you, or sillier of you
The Town
worry almont as much as a use depends on the formulathe .test and special mixtures of I Morgan Children transfusion. I had given blooda hounds failed! to turn up any tI.r"': particularlyUe.craed. : op IT-MIO\' : may Etta: have C. Hoover aitalnat', deceased the estate, late of

wayward child. higher the formula the fertilizer. number of times but this was trace of the escaped prt So to keep from having less you'd use. Since an 8.8.8 Some stubborn gardeners refuse -; Set Sunday the first time I ever got any. Jones an electrician by Any Wav Thorrtiy: 'Io."U' : Judge of Brad: I..1 County Florida
l I" hereby g-Uen thatt at hla office In the court
nightmares, be sure to feed f-rtillzer formula is common to buy special azalea fertilizer. School Record But 'the Indian givers didn't trade. was sentenced in Oct. You required and each to of appear.yuu are on hereby the < .undemlirned.. under the pro hover of aald <.aunty. at Starki.Florida '.

your ornamentals adequately here are some recommendedrates They claim that the I much more than give me the 1902 to ten years for armed nth day of November l&flG. at viHlona of Chapter %o.\f\ 54. Laws within. .lx calendarmunthN

no they can build up strengthto using that formula. same plant food for lawns I Cathy, age 11; Dickie 4, blood before they started robbery. oood behaviour had I'30 o'cl.M I' M., Eastern of Florida, Act of Clerk 19..of, will the publication from. the of time this" of nntln thefirst
the .
survive the cool weather three months apply will\ make azaleas Of taking It back (lIven him the medium custody Standard Time, before the Circuit Tea-Inter Each: claim or demand shall. h.In .
Every grow. and Michael 10, children of again. Smiling Court of Ur.dt""L County. ,circuit Court In and for Bradford wrltlnir. and .hall mate the
ahead. about two pounds of 8.8.8 fertilizer course the acid-loving azaleas Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Morganof nurses took samples, stuck me tutus as a prisoner A medium Florida at the Courthouse Infltarko County, Florida, upon recelpl place ar residence and poat .>f-
gardeners have a mis- custody prisoner is allowed to Florida, and how of proof of pul..>IUatlon. of I IIhl. a'ldr..r the cilmanhand
Many per 100 square feet, or may turn a bit yellow after Ruskin have perfect Sun In the arm and the Anger took causewhy fire .
work outside the p'ay..r. the Ivtltlonfiled notice the flrtttious shall be sworn f to hj thi
conception about fall and win- per 100 feet of row if you are getting a sprinkling of "com day School records at the First my temperature and. blood the prison compound In the above nLltled pI,.-i I II of I lMidona. Merle' Norman n".1 claimant hla- avent. or hi" attorney ,
ter fertilization of ornamentals. applying plant food to a shrub, mon" fertilizer, but usually Baptist Church of Ruskin. pressure every hour fed me under sunri./ :! I carding. Khould. not the granted I I niwtii' studio!! and Heautydhoppe : and any *u< hIal"( ur
They think that. fertillarIng Jones is described a*: whit. and tbe bonds therein deaorlbedand 117 K. Thompson MlHlark demand h"t.O filed anal! be
border. This is a very small within a few weeks all Is forgiven Cathy has not missed a white, pink and yellow pills ... i void
during these seasons makes amount when you consider thata and the shrub returns to Sunday In seven years. Dickie and fussed over me like I was 5'10" tall. weighingS27 i the. proceeding thereof.authorisingthe validatedand and FlaMi Mra Arthur H I..U'. First publUtttlon 0.-. 7. 1.ISM5

plants more likely to"'get one pound coffee can holds a happy green color. .has a four-year perfect record the l last living specimen of a pounds, with a medium stocky I' Confirmed suanc. aid. bonds onluting : dun Ir 1104 W Kiait tit. 1 and.r, deceased Testament' i.f Etta (' Hooi -

killed. two pounds of moat. commercial Water is almost as import. and Michael has been attendi- decadent race. build, ruddy complexion brown of Mlxti .Mix ThoMiuuid. Starki. Pin ....."..,raT J.."' .. K' .ih..xeA
However, the opposite is hair and brown eyes. He has I Uollnra U8.UUOI( < ) WaterwinkeHyvtem ,, >atd this I lath day. ,>ti I".t.,1! .... ''"<>r <.r the Last Wit'
fertilizer material.For ant as plant food. Go it nature tog every Sunday for six years. Boy, I mean they gave me no Ilevenue Kondx dated, ..
true according to Agricultural lawns apply about one does not cooperate by wettingthe Mr. and Mrs. Morgan has the works. Every twenty minutes tattoos.identifyingcarr! marks or i

Experiment Station horticulturists. pound of actual nitrogen per ground after each application just moved Into their handsome somebody would come Any one seeing( him is -- -
urged to '
1,000 square feet. If you are of plant food, soak the home at Ruskin where bouncing in. stick a .twitchet ahartffs contact the nearest',

Ornamentals need. plant dipping your fertilizer out of ground from .the city's water they are the leading straw on my cheat and say "Testing, office. 1 I STUDIO JEWELRY GIFTS

food at least once every three II. bag of 88.8, you would use supply.For berry growers' In the area and one two, three. But they BULLINGTON

months. And It doe n't mat. 13 pounds of :fertilizer per additional answers to ,I are now experimenting!' with would never tell me whetherI Stark, Florlilii. nn.l marked ; Commercial & Portrait Photojrraphy

ter which month you start 1,000 square :feet of lawn area. your !fertilizer questions, contact about five acres of domestic passed the" ,test or not. The I| Sewerage. Improve

the cycle as fang as you keep Many gardeners get confused your county agricultural blackberries. answer may have been in the riopliln me-nt .Program," .nnil riiy or 8iarke.
ftollvprril'' to th.
agent. Cathy, Dickie and Michael back of the book but, they orrir of the Pity lark City of : Camera Dept. Jewelry Dept. Gift Dept.

I are the grandchildren: of Mr. never let me see the book. Xtarke. Pliu-lda either. b'l.. r..
I prraenlsriv of the /I i.r| | | who. Hallmark
and Mrs. Ottis
Morgan formerly One
doctor came in with a hall obtain' a rnrrlpt' tlicrrfor., Polaroid Large
of Stat-ke, and now of kit of tools and cheerfully or by rnrlntrri-il ,mull with re I Movie & Flash Greeting Cards:
TOO LATE : Ru. kin. said he was going to give mea turn receipt riii. | ...i/.1.| Coeltume t Jewelry I

BRADFORD COUNTY TO CLASSIFYBy bone marrow tent. All we wnlv The* ()Infnrliinltlri'11.. reiM-rvm, rue right to Type China-t'enton Art
any t :U
are going .to do he saJd ia to .reject ; Tape Recorders Iiamonda--
any or nil bid In whole'
your ears down when you (;1 lave-mall ApAccerssoriea -
''bore a hole in your cheat and or In part, with ur wl'hnut
least expect It. In my case it calls 1 ,, and ,
In l Wat'h
ai-cepl t ? bids
.. take
out a sample bone
Kay that in pliance4liibler'
happened so fast I just could- It. Judgment' ulll h. for
HIGH SCHOOL Doctors nurses, aids, Volunteer n't believe It. marrow. It 'won't hurt he assured the bent. Int..t of tlit city of For Cameras and

workers, hospitals blood One day I felt as chipper asa 'banks Blue Cross and Blue through the bone. I. i-nlTe.l. Ithe fact
young squirrel and before I that t om. "IM Renee. ,,r-
Shield all provide wonderful the next sunrise I woke I don't know wether you ever of (he .""' .. line mny h. tie-(
STUDENTS! services that we seldom stopto with an Intestlonal .backlash" up had an elephant step on your I rout'hard from In* work, ti> hold lh.. 101 W. CALL STREET PHONE 9 1-7271
think about until we have chest or not but that. was the ihproject thin the I
that put me in a wheel chair avHllaul., fund.*. The ..'''htOr
occasion to use them. and eventually a hospltsl. impression I got when the the deletion' will'" l.. Remember You Get Diamond Savings Stamps
Most of my life I have been The doc bore down with his posthole I .. quickly. .. p.....ll.>>* i.ftei bide I

We Are Now Taking Orders disgustingly! healthy, and have It but doctors I can't had pronounce a name for It, digger. "Take a lot Doc." : are approved CITY" rou.Ncir.:: With Every Purchase.

contributed very little to .the let ''alone spell It so let's just I said, "When you get through I/

For Your? Class Rings welfare of those kind, gentleand say my "innards" were all playing with it save it for my -.-

dedicated people who devote messed! up.Anyhw puppy, he loves bone rroirrow."

their lives to caring for before I could count The nurse giggled but the doc: I

When purchased atWILLIAMS I the sick. ten on my little pink toes I never wiggled a whisker. .
But Mama Nature has a'I found myself tucked In But the real fun came that
a hospital
way of sneaking up and slap. \ bed with nurses, aids, night when they came around I S JACKSON
doctors, and helpers galloping with the, castor oil and followed -
I _
If un with thre e ner etlc
In and out of g
my loom in L
It Is I aenemas.;; .r 'W'h e- they; got,

t through I felt like Mister 1

INSUREDWITHOUT 301 ) Clean himself Then they

pumped me full of whitewash

( CHAKGK; DRIVEINOpen (FLORIDA and I felt like the washer you : I
I see on television that feels likeit

was .ten feet tall.

Your Choice of Color and StoneS 7:00 'THEATREShowtime Then ,they rolled me downto

the X-ray room and the
Designs To Choose From Show Time 7:15: photographers had a fleld day.

A1)MISSiONAdults They yelled "Hold It' and rolled -
Prices From I
75c Students 60c .-Weekdays 7 me this way and that un :
UI\ felt like a row boat In a
Children Under 12 Free i\ Sunday :J hurricane.But I
$22.50 TO $27.50 3:00.: Saturday 1
Marc Jackson
FRIDAY SATURDAY they evidently knew ,
OCT. 23: what they were doing for I
October 22, 23 am up and kicking again feeling PHONE: 9B1-4001 HEIIIND HIG-DAI MFG." ('0. STARKK;

Double Feature t
Triple Feature Program Program as At as a fiddle God bless\\1 '
Williams Jewelry .i THI T0jy, e* 'em all. Come In and See Our Lines of New and Used Lumber, Shingles>< Metal

No. 1LODId 1FG'M.e", i"a IMMOftTAt.MANX WILLIAM' II I Roofing, Pipe, Steel You Name It We've Got It or Will Get It For YOU!

... 1 /fe81t .sa HIIIM.. ," 1"n'IPn. I SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL !
oIliAILEON, SusinOLIYCR! ( r7y11UF7: I"PHUF."V.'T,
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: I OX
1'KOPCtHAI.H will b.cHvKl .
11:01.111I811: tElftSf<; I Plus: by I the city Clerk. ('Ityl I
of I't.k., Florid. until 1:0'1: ( p. I COMPARTMENTDouble AMEKOCKCABINET:
m. ( Knitrrn Standard Tim) onNovrmlirr
I, No. 2 4 I 2. lees, unit piil>ll Io lr I 8" Faucet
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opened thrrrt at th UP TO
t on that d"l. for dilltlonn\ end ,, All Colors With
4 DEBBIE City Council M...tlnc tu b. hrlilImprovement 2 Strainers

I 2 REYNOLDS unitary .Wftraa'H. tu. the avwlfni municipal tt>n* OFF HARDWARE
latins', of npprnxlmnt I IImlUa Sale $ JQ.50 20 %
JI of S Inch gravity aow.r..
I S complete underground. awa** I HP. He..*t Buy Anywhere
Ii pumping .t.tlo'n. with fore
i mains. and modlftratlona tu n- j I I
AN Orrg eiaM40eeyltM, tiling pumping.. atatton*.
DOES All work prfnrmil hall bIn Best Buys In Town --- Shop At Jackson's and SAVE!
arrordanc with the plan. I
No. :3 I I IJAMES aparlflralluna. and. contract due .

kTHISR. i tUfF IOIUTSOI.IlAYlD.I.ISSEI which umrnti: may pertaleing b* xamlnnl ht'.the to. I LOW LOW PRICES
\ office at the City Clerk Pity of I NAILS EXTRA SPECIAL!
AUM DOT ntarka. Flnrld. and at the Of. I
DESKCOST MTCNUM UOO KCttA I.KrangGoraeflfcca SUN., !MON.\ TUKS: firs of Kaynolila, itmlth and I os )0 I.b. Ctn.
flllla. Ar< nltrla and Rnclnovm,
(Oct. 21, 25, 26MMLaNY1a1 ton Hnillovard. Center (Prlv I II $
: :: I (Poet Office Hox 4*&'.". JackaonvllU I AWNING TYPE WINDOWS COMMON BRUTES S.90

CQOOO.. oc w... .. Fl'rlda.Plan. aatli I FLUSH AND PANEL
b-) | $ 250 ? from Rynolda. Knilth and Illlta
I forlh. rum of $1000 l per act, NfW ANn USED Jlmrt :Oi1N;
( I IIANDOIRYNNEI the ooat of on. set of plana aadpacification I
will b* r.fuiidar.l. Everything For Home 30 d. ('tn.
: SUN., MON.. TUES. to Oeneral. Contractors who ...b- Improvement

WO I Oct. 21. 25, 26 1JE In mlt good bon condition fld. bids with upon Ian return(IUI) I At Jackson' COMMON NAILS $4.00

days after bid opening. Individual I
Double Feature Program copies of the apeclflcatfona

and partial aela of drawlna. smay NEW.: I'SKD.; ; .\ :
b. procured for '*.99 per ?
Tony'Curtfe Hai.neWoodI copy and XJ.HO\ per .h..t, repectlvelr BATHROOM SETS L.OIn'Ulfnt;)
*110Bwdc Henry Fonda IUurcn not refundable.A (Steel I and Cant Iron) ,
PRICE IS ONLY I Bhl BonA property neruad
Bacan Iat byn th* Hldder; and by ;' qualified i-:

Cashiers check on any Nationalor
roll .sheet dMk, hi .. Mamay-Stgnatq,
i State Bank In a aunt not
Bwdc t sOW desk M&I hdvew ,,' --- l.J! fLng1i@ I... than, rive. percent the amount made payable to 100 Ft. 12"Rolls $2.00
ma-'.n',''-r e.e'e-weerJusMtwOr WED, THURS. Fill. the City of dtarke. ..10'10.... PLASTIC PIPE -

1. Bakd banal... _IV MMU sea Oct. 27. 2$, 29 mutt guarantee. accompany that the each Hldder bid .will. a 3-4" $3.90 1" $4.90

2. Chroma plated square kP., not withdraw. from the competltlon
Plus after opening the bid,
3. Fill upenfcMi file drawer THE TRAIN WILL and In th. event. the contract laawarded PAINTS I NEW
to the Bidder, he- will CAST IRON! PIPE
....TIM -...*.e. fcmctianal styflrfgMd CARRY YOU TO THE within ten ((10) days. thereafter

beauty )''OG'd expect one. III GLENN FORD and PEAK OF ADVENTURE enter Into co band,fact t.llln.w"and furnish' ... ALL OTHER 4" x 4" Single Hub 'Per 5' Joint
the required $3.40
.-dI .higher. priced deskstjrtfifVrtron __ I 6ERALDIXEPAEEMMIM I I jviti a*>c"reBURT h. shall forfeit deposit a. Iliiul aL.1 PAINTS
elf2rsie enw w w MMUU**>*** dated damage Th nui Hand
Aired: Ili.. o11911. saving tfcnrlicart ant l Performance lton aril re
V JMI-M/ office or MARNAY ..lrvd. t.. be> tN-urrd. front an UP TO -MAKE US YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR AIL YOt'R
epepinc ; agency *f the, > Mirrty *r ln...r< Int.-E\t..; HUILDINO .:fnS-YOI-I.I.; ; .
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fresk.. I DOU.ARS A
-.c'; ap- enc. company, which agemy .VD
.1.11 : -_", t. lit SIGNORE ,AVed.. Thurs.-Oct. 27, 2H lANCASTEjj. shall have anatabllaheil placeof 1.1TE2000
business In th. Slat of riorMa. '
., and b. dory lirvn*.d t. eon- $2.50 JACKSON
Nights duct business therein.Each OFF SUPPLY
Bradford County Telegraph -... UNITED ARTISTS bid shall b. aditrraaedla Per Cat
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tl'flt.l.ll'. ()('T. 21 I. 131\'
BK.u>rt>Ku rwtTNrr ...'II.UIt.U.lIK...... F'Ltft1tL,

san r For Fifth Win : -
Red draped a I c:0:: '. : co: the ;
Big Tigers Tied For LeadIn powerful Gainesville Purple

I Hurricane* the second' game
Florida Star League PlayThe 1 of the
New season
Smyrna Routed 51-14 By Tornadoes : Btarke lout only to Lake City ,
I { St Augustine Yellow i the tuna of a 01-14 win They and played Palatka to a : Jackets Indicated lost Friday arc undefeated and untie l in tie while Lake City Jo
of Scoring the first six times night that they have no desireto Ave contests this
season to no loop foe but "were tied Ms
i iof Yds. Penalised. MIO:
they had their hands on the wind on the bottom of This the Tornadoes
up Friday
0.0 by Palatka a* these three -
Passe Alt
1.7 13-2O
\\4_ EQV5 ball. Coach David Humes 'Tornadoes Passes Lnt By 0 1 the heap In the Florida Stir will entertain the Palalka teams 'battled for the loop v.

smashed New Smyrna Football l Conference this sen- ,, Braves on their home field In champtonahip Another three
Fumbles Lost By 0 3
Ladies Golf Association Beach Thursday night 51-14 Punt 1.21 3-20 sun a* they clamped shut the their second loop (fame This I way Florida Star Conference .
last week was a nine- to win their fifth straight Jaws of the Uva Clink. Bulldogs I
,ant Score by Quarters will be the Ant conference: rate is Indicated--and th* Live
Winners game and remain undefeatedthis 20.13 In the only league j 1
y- wen I
t\t\ caUo Bradford 20 21 10 0 31 game this. season for Palatka Oak Bulldogs could make It a
Tomas low net Lillian contest this past weekThis ,
eE' Though the N Smma 0 7 0714 |I whose Braves are the owners. tour-way battle, however, the
\aton loW groan; Lou visiting Barracudas was the first family I I!,
t.rtt,, most strokes on a had superior rpeed In tussle for the Suwannee County ''t of four wins, winning over I,,, Yellow Jackets are about out
:Ind hale; and Frankie Gay. their backfield, this Bradford : Bradford\ Agner 2, runs of eleven this season. while I'I Eustls: 20-13 last Friday: They1 I I 1 of contention.
boys did 8 and 15 yd" EMer: 2. run.iof a.
irageou golfer. excellent Job of their overall record stands/ at
oJI containing the 9 and S vds Joyner. 241. |I Standing "'11>..f.rem e IMiamew.
Shir ev Johns and Winnie speedsters &It 3 wins and 2 k- and anything -
I became 4 a yd. run. Shannon. 28 yd.ran ,
::lens ire responsible" for the 1 apparent early in the # M can happeD from hereon Lake City ____.____________--1-0 -O.
Conner 2
}ven' nis week. Come on out first period when the Reds yd run;' out. The Ancient City Jac- I I Starksj ____. ._ ._ .__. _. 1-0 5-0
Falcon one'
six PAT' and
lOon In som.ume liusend drove 60 yards in I leis than beta are in a different, situation -j Palatka .. .. _. ..H_ __ .00 ..1''
two minute., that field goalN,81DmI. St. Augustine 1.2 2.3
scoring againnt since this is their first
t Se" return Vi.ra. 1 ydi I
1e Htrent-cbUd, tournamenti Fullback R run: Ed's: by Clark, run.I louses while the FrkUy vie-1 I i 1ehe.lule this week& F alias Del 22 Palatka at Stark
nday The )McRae were Mickey Agner and tory was their second of the
know fc: hre arti.tners. halfback Dwight Elder each and Avery pa_ season against three ......... 'i: .
j. Beverly and Bob had a pair of TP* with Randy overall ...

hit;. tow gross; and Barbara Jovn. David Shannon, and Wp W ft D & W Takes take City "last years Flair

|na .rtie McRae, low net. Douglas Conner also scoring Lead BowlingIn Ida Star champion is undo McCRt'Ccm:: BLAZER, Qa :1o

:,/ ;,mutations to them. Quarterback Donald Falcon Am e&antple' of the prime detect .f the' Teraadoe* thl* unsoon are theve five tackier, fisted with live wins .>n the styling fashioned& &to poifecUoo la 100%
i I
Those who made the trip to I had he an excellent night kicking. three of when' are -rly smothering woolche. :New Smyrtu winner Lat Friday night I I. Mixed Doubles \ s.uMxt and ill i the winner .over wool. Superbly; b: aod In our fovorodnatural
as booted
:.nvcrness for a Golt.A-RoundMluded point aix of seven extra llriMifunl' IU." root. .. MI the lark., are Joey lUeoe ott top sad Joh. Rrwlley. and n W w.G. supply took : St Augustine In their. onlyronl..nrK. .
Winnie Oienn.! ...hjrLiyluhn ,I attempts through the start for a perfect: ==
: K"!rr ( >iU..n while, tuUflMrk Klrhanl i .
Martha Minx Bernice uprights along with a 12 yard Crew* awl mm _blp-lllflml. griddrr bark up the play. four points from TV Service record all around winning SO wodeb

&Epp.: lean Thomas. Margaret field coal. New Smyrna MB held Ie mraute al. yard rushing' .... flr t .half and !. M yard Center putting them In Owl I over a gasl: l O-sls team 14-O D&i i tt. Hop pockets bacaoo*
I .lead of the
half. Thursday night
jUror! and Gertie McRae. Agner was the Tornado( last Riley The Slarke Tot IJAQ Gafnoa d ____
mixed doubles this wrek Jim I IBrummett ,
Mom White went for lunch leading rustier "with" 124 yard nokwe. are gunning for the
the t.t.1m.\ they r..tvf'olflh. he cooly: put another bunt be- Hurse had his line-up liberally bowled a 904 series 'I VEKPULLOVKi: : of 65; $35.00
on nine title Lak ;
(nd also played bridge Every. carries for a 13 8 yard ball City now hor... a.J .'
in the first I
period tweeo' the uprights for the sprinkled. with clxan for the winners while
jimg: "was real nice, as aJw.Y..1ana ||i \ervge Elder had the brut. when quarterback S Viers I point I but still the Tornadoes Jerseys Phyllis Brown had a high aeries -J they also are undefeated. win t.aml", \ 'aol. 5Ti .
the ladies all enjoyed i,i rartmg average however at i I fling over the Jacket' in hell
completed two for 17 and 1*I The Barracuda punting; all''I drove 34 yards before, the half| of 451 for the losers Camel H.ur.
| \\ll limes for 93 fuH. the Turnadors .
alter outtmg off a four-way yards. have serve
Hut that was all they got dur- several times. nave Bradford .,''I I possible scoring threat howi three points from. Tram II $10.95
>*. the putting green.' Conemulations' The line limited u. the first half while
j mic the the b.oll.-.p in enemy. i i ever, by Intercepting a L. rryCuonell with the help of George .
[ the Barracuda to M yards Tornado varsity was' in operation territory The third BHS TIcams I |>ass. as the quarter I|, Grant series of t.6f! High.- that they are reedy fur .any ,.
A. are real proud of Magit ruxhing. an excellent )Job They could complete only body They won over Ona nit:.
when a New"" Sm'Tn"punl ended ries. for Teem M was 412 buw-
nis her first time.i; sine CiNuhes' Nurse Park a week ago ami list
it being and
Tony one more pans the first twoperk
was partially Marked: The Tornadoes kit ked off lei l by Robert Uhames
| She eon arc;and: In ca:! ,* C. low Griffith began emptying theirbench ..t.. for a minus two yank fftrwv. the Beds the ball only:1 t* open the second half but Another three-point winner Thwe+lay went to work an' the
Jood for Margie.f ... Nrw ftmyma lie i-h elevc.i, son
nn you. midway seared per o.TDAY UrifaLh's charging >I
4yuda from the disaster .
a goal still rode with the was K.yet.Sd.ou. upp sed A
the when iod. The I I the Ilnulfurd C\Mint: ..le..... t .
Enoy course you I Tornadoes rushed for line also held he r>rra- I After two plays netted but Barracudas. They fumbled thai by Williams Jewliy.. Pat 1 .
M Winnie Is once again In' 3X6 yards but opportunitiesto codas to minus six yards I ', .
one yard. Falcon circled hl i kick amt tfevkl Shannon' fell ; Hiadley bowled a high serie
| ui Jfo atop to help you and poliitfi their passing alts k runrung the first two. periodsrillb right end for J9 yards. Halfback ou It at the Near Smyrna 17 I of !5O4 for the winners abate I Four Local ..
fI 1 rear she had an assistant were few rk Agner went" !.. Handy Joyner took It Douglas Censer carried the Rudolph llutchesun had a high,] r .

Sunday Of MiLer: It took but five ploys for" work the' second time the Tornadoes from there sprinting 24 yards mail ail the way for the Tor series of 4S4 for the losers i In Gator Parade ".

funks to both of them.carolyn the Tornadoes to ga the 6O, rot the ball and sparked ''for the worn The little ecati nadoes' seventh and final TI Murrhee Insurance also took I' e

yards" to score after receivingthe I an SO yard drive covering i, back >Mt _IdD't go dmwn.He getting I. 7. and 2 yards for' three points from Laltue In !,I Your Boy Hcouts of Troop

opening' kick-otf with Elder 54 yards himself pivotal around one defender 1 the 11<'01''. Fatron asMed his I ."raa e. IJtty Sprow had. a 70 from Black participated. In / .

carrying it ever from five, Going from hill own 2O. who had a clear shot at sixth extra point and the' huh series of 5H% for the winners the Homecoming parade In i .

Car Wash Set I yards out. The tough little: Agner got four yards on first the goal line, bat kept his ...ore was 4SI7 with loon .left I against! Matlhe* Schroe I Gsmeiville. last "weekend"' Ar- 0h"

By Auto Club : halfback went 25 yards on the down and then upped ver feet for an excellent, run. Falcon la the third period. der's high' of 519 fur the losers chis Thomas" c'url.d l the Am.r- .

first play from scrimmage before i the left side of the>H mkved the extra point his. With the entire varsity, on 1! Team standings: It A W I IIr. I lean Flag, and Jim Richard :

This SaturdayA the speedy" Barracuda line and cut to tha sideline for only miscue of the night he the oenfh and everybody getting -': |:.... Lan..... .14-10.; TV Hrr-I! Viua the Trop 61.,1 and Jim ; j1 S

backs managed to chaw him I 33 yards Falcon also. got :27: has now .kicked 17 of 21 PAT a chance to play the Tor- vice Center. 13S.IOI.' Kry '1 Shufurd and l Mike tuff were dq J M .e
A was..i.G polish day I t 1 ......... the Color O..ant. Jilts Bet.
down. | yards on a 12 yard end" ran]I| attemptsThe again drove to the New> stone Saf-Oas 13-11. Carp's
k scheduled Saturday 'OctoberS New Smyrna had more ,lurk. ;'! plus IS more on a roughing fourth Torn So TIt camewith Smyr.ta 3 11 toe third period'whey. '' 13-11; Murrhee, Insuranre 1312. Yiun furnlsh the transportation ,+ .1P4e' / '

from 10 .. m. until 4 Pw noJ passing against the Tornadjes ,i penalty against the Cudas to It.. left Ifl he. second' they had a first dawn I Wtlliiim Jew.lry. 1O-I4 to and front Oalnesvllle I

II, the .. Mechanics than anything ele since the the New Hmyrna 23. period and was set up when Coach llarse called" on Falcon Team \ "''.-1611.wiiNra r C

S.i iy| Club of Bradford High locals: had to give ground t< Agner was called m" igain, end ErldtIhjuxlaa.. tackle;t then to attempt a field goal ( ( I U. I 16.11.1'1. Annual Farm ..

&,100i.\ keep the Barracudas from and oull-d. his way 15'II > Ronnie Tomtinson. and bnebatker from the 12. It was goal and u..n Jewelexy nv,_el \lute .s Bureau Fish Fry .
getting twn.nd: them The to the 8 before Elder eariiflrt Steve TUley blocked a tha Tornadoes led 51-7. first .plan. U. this week with .
Wash jobs will cost SI and a gained 125 yards via the air over Falcon had trouble n Barracuda pant and Tomtin- New Smyrna had two good a Sol win over Clay KlertrfcD : Set October 23 4'f +y o

c J> job $5 The ear WMI lanes, almost exclusively on the extra point' try when the son smothered the ball at the drivre in the final ......... They tkigwell led Gem with a ,.

'i.' take place at DM auto- short pauses then using their Red received' a. oUofv pen,.Jty .Sew Smyrna 11.I got to the Tornado Vkfrn, a WIy oo7 set ....hL* W fcVimond roiled The annual! n.a.unr County ..

mouse mechanics shop at speed to advantage< on the attempt llevedback Kalroa. got 10 'yWdVaHilndhis iVj mart i early In the quarter j a M7 for the beer firm Hurea family nlglil .

BH3 'They made th lC. look lively j Ave yards te the seven ., right end agar behind a f before they called on, Mtark. Motor Parts remained supper end g.t-tn.<'fhH willh C
Mock by Agner I down The Tornadoes first held at the Fairgrounds : y
sharp Joyner I Used|I II ra a place tie by spliting II/i.rr SI
earned It over from the eightto i drove to the Barracuda It with Starke Jsyrees. 2-3 8alurdsy( Ort 23. C
make. It 2T-O I where. Falcon trtwl a second) Gene Kvourn rolled a !S
Hotdlngr New> nmyma to field goal, but missed as It the Jayceea tar lead .his team.ItUl of the _."" "'U..n., Bald that 1 1t ; ,...
minus ave yards In four diMrns fell shirt in the ....1 one. : Lovell M the Part have. serving will start at a.3O p m "

HI the Tornadoes had a fifth The visitors then _""(..., with a 530 .... Directors. for the new yea .will ..
bs *.ltoct..1 l .t this lime
eJtanre when" Elder ran Charles a M yard march against the Camp DlaAdIAjr1" past yi ".
Strange''a punt back IT Tornado suoa and qvsrternackVlers Team t. 4-O Ciarrnre HrYig- wS .

yards la the Barracuda 41 ranted it over from a'' gin ha.l a 55* foe ftUadingw Faulkner with a M4 !set ..

Agnes was the work horse yard nut to srore arth iO M>Ci .,,i)> ..rnu-. Mr. l. with a Team Sfs/Mltniri' 7h( "Week" .

again going 21 yard oa firs ..... left in the game His IMO, tnrlwltng: a 224 game .*( Marke Mir Part l lOm 19-.. tr .
dawn ads aUo the .ass to end M fur f tzgt.
covering | Avery was the pace Tam Jewelry !I.-.. Tcrwllle.gsr .
final IS yards for the lourh-. good for U,. PAT and then' raw-Tlte edged Tvrwllle- ,. .is-io, Camp Ulaniling.I4VI2 ..

Everyone dawn He ran straight through. game ended 51-14 I IrUI rsrwu.y; Coley was thej I Clay K suit IVIJ.iMswTite w sI
a jamup of several Uarrarudes i tiT"TlrIllx' i CA IVIJ : .
0tk:5 Mrsl WUey Vy rat Uw i, Faulkner's.
: foe h.s wrest tally <* NMll leader far Draw-TU\ with ajS30 IHJ Mtarke. .J.,.,.... I3-I; .
l lltul tot through' for the ".,.t fl.ft. I 14 11 set R. Sartre star a "" '' fTC. II.17. Team '. 3-24 .

1 r, .. first half the Tornadoes held R'sl ng 12 2Ps.wag led 'TsrwUMvar \I.lmVp I. :

far. four downs and Douglas I 7'fenaMire .n 1 'rH Telephone Co.,, mr. 8111111. "OI 4T fw his C

t4ocked aeother post to get I. won three and dropped one ...) war yen ..rtt.. fma la and f KTAKKrrSSIIION' :
fi Firestone the pigakia ,at the New Smy Tda Gained 453 2041 "awkr1II1I1'I1u, rVrvice. ,elM-t. your favorite : TritKKIXiK K.\! ". :.\lJ.U: ..
rna 11 Two pis7 later Bradford I't..g' totI. Krnie Pats 523 wee the highs rvualara .... TTI.K- I
s racked up their slate Tt Passing 4. 125 foe ITT fr>n Allen. fwd j I r.'Ur'L Inc.
of the night! with speedy DaV r 'S

..... "" ...-r 9 >1 mntM g-r 3* yard. t* I t ..
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I But flue tine the Barra. "Sorry, Mrs. Jone, You Have Dialed, Pardon, I mean :

Strange e
r a rier/d-off from a teammatea a Gas Department, and With. Modern Natural Gas You :
.>4 raced ao yr4s or !Newnryrna's '<<

It. tint te ch<.k>wa wt* = Never Run Out." .

2 54 a.n.. the first hailCpmty .
T Harvin" Clark then g .MAY' UK: MIL, JON'r-S': r f. \S HtHTMl: .. .
raced. pvw wth the extra
I IS LIKE: Iult'iFI.EI'IIU.I--: : ;
p ii and the haf; enonl 41. 7 l l :

A t OIT IJ.\TtU: ...

JV Contest

Here Tonight ,.

With Palatka I Hatural 6J s ;

S Bra-ford! Hi.-ft'e Junior var. f .
ear crk* T*. ninth said lentilra4rr& tarA + -
a ) take on Pa7ataa

tore rt here In thetrrxm tf'SrC r j 1 Safe Clean Low Cost
Thrill lh. Kids. hate fan yovrwlfIlrwig them in to see _r widelecliow ae- of the season

1 u( Toy.. dints.. (;...-. .'r. >kop early' while **ctMMk. are T', dste Wwy have prayed. .

('ompk'-Iay! hew SOW, take CUT I.. a .-* tie MId top
pr4 tat But>T 21-. A b.L Let Ui Make A Survey of Your Needs . No Coat t .
tovJa Pmlatka team has beat-

TIRE & SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS en Oeala rt-* and tw2a.- t : 1" . No Obligations. .

brew sr, faTT o>* tune to .1%] .
FKONT.KM: ) IEAKE4' ) FREE TIRE "' .... r..h... use.r. HWH*_ thus s>a on. NATTRAL GAR CO8TH NOTIIINC TO IViTAl.l.' l llhin 2 III) ) II. .f '
QvartertMM-kizi tbe kxaJs
t.-nasals u..u :
ALIKNMKNTIM: tanicM wfD be BOI Belote ,.twbats Mia) !%(.1TJIJ G 70 )f.\I. TA'S.' YOU: JfHT "IL'IC.V:/ OS .
T.*> (4..iM1 a.raeel Ay4.n.r. T..>...1-1 1 _....*. tee t oojll Be
IoM lCarrvel .. M. .....- $C "%.r. taken over front fill THE HEATAMI 'INSTANTLY YOI.'K: HOME: IS I DelightedVtith'
- Adorns ads' broke fug am
( ., i IvR o-.u ONLY $63. 0Isrlvaaig age'ftIIt **. B ut>r bntft are FLOODED: V\ITH CO2Y CU\lnHCT. A* :

f]t rfins"11 Regular Marisa fort
E1Ned AS Tas** ... T"T1nw
$17.99 *>* XV* era awns Wt Mmn
Off tsar Car. Tkn> .Ate .Sew Tlrvmt >
..... tS .. 4dn, PVror \ Gnann. (Only' a SIO.A4 Meier Depo-il. ) a
leaw e .4 By _1 r_ n...Tf Has ads

orhh na.., T.a.+ Port .......-T... ur4 Trra4nc.ii. I7trrs4.N'..TT"'.e alai[ --*' lt rVrffh: q. ant /'wnnq
The. A CkM. (--M- MW )!(.)RE I.NrOKMATION? CALL Vti-ttil
Mighty High... P1IO''T r..r..r. UINY Iw .....Lno"5 H"et-t as If guards.Manrung. Brady

IM urr.K OHLT ,- Raw.ese 1-rxr2zi. (H'(1U. aL U. and Steve Craw 5
4'TU.L6'JlLnr.' << Ir TOIttT Ens ford. T; cveiter Bottle: ftatfttx NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT CITY OF STARKE
$535 1'e./C1u1tNf 'HFFL' : !N4r3.TT" cnrr.. ., rrterwark B.)of.e rUfit r :

11.1--.0: 5130M twan.w.: ...- I*; '
-as Nl.r.Le.. Nl. FIRESTONE STORE left balAvk Buddy TraeV OSCAR I1AVW. L-niJT1E I DIRECTOR :

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Hunters RemindedOf I I sportsman.Young sportsmen, who( 'clenlrobani avoid thinK you all do horseplay.not want to shoot:::1 I At Blanding I 50-yeiar. pin.Surviving. public Intoxication, fined TORNADO WHIRL TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

RulesWith are his wldaw. $27.30.: IN AFTERNOONThe In and
Safety way write. Come
you I
lt' in hunter safety 7. Never
tiulnlng climb tree
I a or 1 i Janie Phillips Cox, of Hampton Leavy Alvarez 8, Pensacola, erlrrt your favorite ESTER-
the opening of hunt- should contact the Game & fence or jump a ditch with a ; one) daughter, Mrs. Emily reckless driving, forfeited bond traditional Tornado BROOK fountain pen. TELE.

Ing season, W. B. Copeland Fresh Water Fish CommlHsion loaded< gun; never pull a gun Forestry Leaders Show ResultsOf OooJson.:! and: one son, Charles $52.50. Whirl, hlKhlUht of BHS GRAIl

chairman of the Florida Came I for the name and address of toward you by the muzzle. A. Cox Jr. both of Miami; six Mac Lane 52, Starke. run- Homecoming activities, will be I

ond Fresh Water Fluli CoinmlsHlon their nearest hunter safety In- 8. Never shoot at a flag grandchild! and: ten great ning stop sign, fined $12,50 and held Thursday! afternoon, Oct. I

'' reminded hunters that structor.. Senior sportsmen! hard surface or water. Bo Summer Pine Planting grandchildren.Funeral:: :: ten days probation.. 28, Instead. of at night, as preViously -\

they are responsible for hunt- who would as.sibt by training I' sine of your backstop when cervices' were held I ann:>unced. Festivities I
(ntlicra In B.iloty; uliould< target practicing. will held at the BHS stadium
\/ be -
that accidents involving tire- ''at 2 p. m. Sunay:: from JanesMemoilal ; : I 1
con 1.111 the Commission; for in- I 9. Store guns and ammunition s..x a pine cseC\l IShb'. set out I \which/ this summer. saw 50- Chapel with Rev. from 1 to 3:13: pm.. and: I &>
Ing accidents and out
I formillon on teat-hint hunter separately, beyond the ba.l'e. -l'Ooted In the wet summer I 000. aeedltnss planted on two Raymond MacDlaln officiating Methodist Men classes at BItS will be ,
arms can be decreased if '
safety. I reach of children. months, fare Juit as well as ,! experimental plots totaling 60 missed! during these! hours.diS-1
sportsmen will remember to I I Interment!! was In th-j: famIly Hear Rev. RyanRev. I
one set In the traditional
follow the simple rules of i Copeland said "To encourage 10. Avoid alcoholic beverages acres. plot In Hope Cemetery at The Homecoming gam> :

hur.ting/ safety. gun safe.ty and ,to reduce ''before or during shooting- planting. periOd of winter j Theressa, under direction of Thomas I). Ryan, administrator parade arescheduled for Friday <
hunting accidents the That was the question studied Services Held I Oct. 29.FOREST.
Last season there was a total -! EeWHt C. Jones Funeral of Wesley Manor, I, .
by somj 60
of 61 accidents In- ing ton commandments Emotional Stress For Home. retirement home on Julington''; 1
fOllOW-I : and related-lrn.ljstry, Sunday
arm safety should be ', REPORT: i j jNoj
firearms, 15 Masonic rites were conducted : Creek off Highway 13 south ElItE
volving of which Causes AsthmaIn leaders who gathered at Camp I
were fatal> all of which could ized and" observed by Blanding Tuesday to see and Mr. Cox, 85 at the graveside by Brad- of Jacksonville spoke on *its' woods fires were reportI I
hunter: ford Lodge F. & A. M. facilities '
Many Cases Activepallbearers and services follow- .
have been
prevented eli by :
1. Treat every gun with the Charles Augustus Cox Sr. were members of ing a benefit steak supper'
hunter safety trainingand respect due a loaded gun. "Keep calm." that staple/ bit planting: matte there, and: 85, died last Friday at his the Starke lodge. sponsored by ,the Methodist, In Bradford( County during / $1 Per Day

common sense. I 2. Watch the muzzle! CUlT of ,advice often given I by excitable elsewhere In Florida duringthe home in Hampton after an extended Men' Club Tuesday night., the past week! New River and -'LL NEW PORTABLES '
Atlhe present time there summers of 1964 and '65. tIIne...,. Bo.n in Liverpool Santa Fe fire toners record I =
safely safetyon people
;your gun ; keep usually easier Colored slides were used to I
are qualified hunter safety Results of the experimental Jan. 21 1880. STAKKK I'OIJCS KKPOKT no rainfall while the High
until ready to shoot. to preach than practice. England; on give the audience a visual tour, '
Instructors EmersonDabmer's
throughout :3.:I Unload guns: when not In Just the same it's worth a try, summer plantings were de- he had lived in Hampton for of the beautiful retirement I land tower recorded .3 inch. '
Florida. These Instructorsore I tcribed, somewhat Starke Police report four for October -I
I cautiously, 'Ihe county average
if the past 15 years, coming
use take down or have actions only 'because It can also home. |
citizens who have an infrsrest as "comparing favorably with there from Miami. arrests for the past week. to date Is 1.42. while th? I
should be
open; guns carried mean "keep healthy.
In firearms and hunter winter planting." Roy Wilson Wright 19, Around ISO persons were;, 80 year average for the same
in cases to shooting urea. Theres asthma, for xample, He was a member of the
safety and who contribute So encouraging were the reports I Jacksonville charged with soliciting served at the steak supper In period Is 73.
4. De the barrel is Calmnes gives Episcopal! Church and the Biscayne !
sure no
the.r! time fo help make FlorIda magical however'! that Florida::' I without permit, forfeited Fellowship Hall. Proceeds will 112E. Call Th. 9fi9-1771
lear of obstructions, and that protection against it, but the Bay Masonic Lodge at
a safer place for the Forest Service representatives il bond $27.50. be used for a Methodist Men's Plastic N"tebouks 93.20 at the I i iI iWANTED
you have ammunition only of fact Is that asthma an allergic Miami, having received his "
left the meeting with at least Eddie Farley 37, Hampton projject to be announced later Telrgraph.,
the pro[>op Mze for the gun disease, Is often' tho result nine commitments from the !

you cu 'ry. of an emotional problem.For .
; paper and! pulpwood companies -
5. He sure of target before those who suffer from
for 100.000 seedlings:
YOU MAY von pull trigger: know Identi- thin disease, the more they each In order to expand the ', _-o-' '

fying features of the game maintain a relaxed emotional study to Industrial .e.

save : you 6. Never hunt. point a gun. at anyIT1I shorter state the their less attacks frequent will prouably and- ownerships."Several' other commitmentsare forest ) Sl ; : '

be.Emotional. expected an. soon a..' representatives fOUR11)1'AS.IRrn NCtfSRr O(1t\( :

stress Isn't the' confer with officials I I .

UP TO 2CO '? only cause of asthmatic attacks at their home offices' a Forest : '

probably be. Service spokesman said. -

on car financingand I Emotional stress isn't tho Although experimental!! plantIngs 20 word or lese, one Insertion Curd (.1 Thank. : t'j to ftO word
!] I only cause of asthmatic '!t. / at Blandlng. and least
;OJ AV W AUTO SUPPLY INC.UK.OCRS at (minimum charge\ ) .,,-- --_ l.OO (Inlmuni charge) ._ ___ -__- 2.30
insurcnca tacks. They generally afflict two other Florida! sites.,, Indlr -
If not paid. In advance. ... __ 12.1
people who have an inhevlted r cats that summer planting ? Over 50 uord. : prr word. -__ .03

through tho i tendency to allergy. An at-I: compares, favorably with win Keyed, coded, or blind ads.

iI tiM-k may be triggered by n ter, the Forest Service/! not (minimum rhitrce) ____nn__?_ ..%3 UI"I''yd.' .. ,hi i flaxtlntHl. Motion:

STATE I particular kind, of pollen, dust, yet making any recommendation Knelt:. additional word over %0._ -- .OH .
CAR l Infh' flrot Insertion.
FARM or food, or by any of the familiar to the general public. Memorial, Kenoliitlonft. etc. tl,50 prr -

guilty substances that Further studies! will be awaited '1.23 prr inch after flmt Iniwrtk.n.
before I'er word ____________..______ .05
FINANCE PLAN cause allergic reactions, such a general endorse

os lint animal hair, or chem ment is given to summer

icals. planting Insurance Problems ? HASTINGS MATTKESS FOR 8 ALReady : F. H. A.. V. A. or Conventional I

Pick the car you want-new or The attack takes the form Th 60 forestry and Indtw-' 6 UI'IIOLSTEKY WORKS:: mix concrete concret I Loam are available in atarkf

lined. Then call ma and toll ma of obstruction and swelling of thai reprsentlves( !' were greeted Cau The Man From block house pier, sand, cement -I or rural area. Int. rate from
how much you M..d to cover at Blanding by Adjutant "Keystone"George 7 It Lemon St. Palatk. steel Paramor TO BUY
tho bronchioles the smaller mortar mix. rock 3 4 to 8 per ewil.
the get unpaid a chock balance.for the I'll dealer holp with you Q 2& air passages .that carry air General Henry W. McMillan. E. LaRue Furniture Repaired! crater shell merock. roof Home. phone 989-4111

arrangements for a low-coat from the windpipe into the and taken on a tour of two Keystone Heights Upholstered ft RefInished gravel, lintels. BRADFORD Stark-. Fla. Itchy

auto loan through a cooperating lungs. The sufferer has a.I. I cxprrlmental plot by W. W. Consultant For All Your MATTRESSES REKUIL1Nfw I ENOH. CO. Phone 964-2521, Saw\ Timberand
local bank. The ear ia younl! ; Hood. Camp Standing forester.Returning SUrke tfehi
choking sensation, can't R{('t
Find out today how State Insurance NeedaRepresentIng ROLLER SKATE-3 hours at
Farm's Car Finance Plan mny '))7? "\'OH hould call lli. goi"cwmpiy enough air and can"t breatheout to the Officers and Rot SpringsDrop INa", I'R.\NCt' discount. This ad and 40c. Fun '.

work for you.' CuU: not a carpenter.' the air he has managed to Club for lunch, they heard reviews Great American. In..*. Co. I'M. A Card or Call! AT RRIILTRD: : RATF.S Spot Fairgrounds. Saturday

tiike in. lie dues a lot of of the summer planting Tit Traveler Inn. Co. r.\l..\TKA KA B-OJ-8 AUTO. FIKR.: BOAT matinee Oct 2. 9. 16. 23. 2 tll

MERRITT} II. wheezing coughing nnd may research presented by Larry 'II 1 473-4692 Da} IIRS. rEGOT RIIAI.LER DOYI.K E. roNNr.R 5pm. 030( 4trhg 1023 PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY
See Us For All get slIghtly blue In color I, Wilhite, research forester with 473-4325 Nltes 201 R. Adklns St. INSURANCE AQRNCTFURNISHED

the U. S. Florida Forest Service Auto Fire Home Business. Mbrl.... Al'll<< ttl'hlr OE UPRIOHT FREEZER: : !
WiLIAMSPhone' Types of Copper- Medical clence has mall"1" i Olustee, ant: Aaron Jordan Monthly Payment Plan 18 cu. ft. Frost Free. Repossessed. bl
considerable advance against. reforestation! FOR SALE-Fill dirt top soil.
Brass : supervisor APARTMENTS. 1964 model. Original!
!'J64-5391) Sweat asthma Doctors today can us-I with the Florida! Forest ServIce tractor work, new and uNd) unfurnished houses. H. S.Burdett price. $470. Like new--only TIMLOG Inc. :

Fittings unlly bring quick relief in ani I Tol' hasTe, BE SURE TO SKE!: World building/ supplies. W. T. Jack- 324 North CherrySt. *:250. Bui ling ton Appliances h

117 N. Walnut St. acute attack by Injections of, Son. L K. F/Jwarfis$ of Book before buying any other I son Building Material and Machlnory Phone 989-3124. ttchgWS I tfchu. 5 :Ml. So. Starke on 301

drugs. They ore having con- | Ervine a-t-'re<1e--t! the gathering Supply. Fnone "4- 961-0211
( Phone
ID sty !: A.
f Slnrke Fla. A W AIHO INC 1 Encyclopedia. M. Payne .
paying hl"h 4001 tfchgI I rr.M\LE: IIFI.P \V\NTFD 01:
Bldernble SIKTOHH hi' prevent-1 i tribute tithe or'
41 E* C. I-OWNUC ST, your local representative slrv.e i BUILD by your plin Contact I- II. Outlaw
I ...." '... log attacks! too, by the ulow, Florida Foirst!. Service for 1958. P. O. Box 603 Phone !: Oood business will draw plans to suit you. Axe 21 to :34: Rood health; 8 01f'
PHONE 9M4441JBllllpFRS detective work Us research an1 development i FOR SALE hour day. 5 day week; Mm '(
JUTI MUM MUTUAL *- patient throughj I of 984-3794.: tfchg I and resIdential properties In I We build on your lot or ours. :, '
which' alliM-gy-trlggerlng substances Improved techniques for the duration 10th grade; vaca- ROLLER: SKATES REDUel,
AUTOMOIILlINIIJUNCI HARDWAHK ANO SlIHPLYlPHON5 improved and unlm1'OVC'd. Pammore Home 989-4111.:
... J Stark.
COMPANY .u. are pinpointed. Thai ben>"'m of all forestry-related I tlon. sick leave and retirement' CED for Christmas Sale. Cash ; w
THREE BEDROOM.:: oath H V. nighi, P. O Starke. tfchu
NMM OHI.. III...... 111111II. best method of prevention, so Indiwtrles, and producers. tftu'', ... benefits. Write!, or nee Personnel and carry lay-a-svay. Fun .
home on you? lot. $50 1 C:) Drawer P. City :
*42 l far developed t Is a series of InJections Pl'e rdlnll' the morning tour. Manager. Runland TrainIng Spot, Full'lrrl>w>ds. open even.

given over a period ofIT'S Hood reviewed the background I' down Pnramore' small monthly Homes 969-4111 payment, LICENSES PLUMBER:. -- and MARY QARTERPAINTS Center P. O. Box 1130,1Oaln"IO"III. | Inxr 7:30: 10:30.: Call 96'I I

or the Camp Blandlng project builder Work done bv the .. Fla. 4tch 1021 | 0->01 OO4tchg 1021 .
: =><.=.= Starke. tfchx .
., -- I (
_-- '-=:=-7" = -",,_ = =-- = -;: -=-- ::_ -- --a hour'. Avorv C. Slade. Phone
eight weeks. or more. Keepingcool I Maxvllle tfrhg FOR SALE- Five room frame NO. 190
2B1-4491. block from PostOffice WELL-KEPT HOME IN NICE j
and calm, can help, too. COINS WANTEDBUY cottage, four I
Bedroom Telephone 964-2661 SECTION!: -About 4 Acrrs-- |
An Informative leaflet, SELL THADK FOR RENT One ..
thma. The "A.I trallpr. trailer .apace with patios P. O Box:< 576. Starke. $22.000. Colonial styling and j
Pacts In
21-hr. AppraIsal S<-r'lr for Complete Line with 3 baths, j cl
tho National Over nlcht parking Closto 2tchg 1014 feature 9 room
Tuberculosis .
As- .
your olil coins, free of rhurio.HELOTE'S _
ofPaints 4 bedrooms. 11 closets, 20 8'

aU"Hortatlim ilUeaJiPS, which of breathing.tights agaInst A j ; IItITGSKC7'.tons I i I I land shopping Trailer center Park. phone Westmore-969- FOR and acre- { living room. 16 ft kitchen. gas j tJ

IIeIght tNI IMtO-30ai tfchg AllSupplies are 10 acres at Stance with heat phone. hardwood floors,
copy can he had for the ask : : or
:3 bedroom unfinished frame fireplace, electric pump I'll

Any Person or Persons to Engage in Respiratory ing or writing Disease tho TB and |' FOR SALE 1982 Chevrolet [ FOR RENT2' bedroom fur- For house. 1290 down balance already r' story barn and yard Is chain j

Association Cnrvalr rampwlrte truck 40.000 i I'!I fished apartment. SO? Center All Purposes financed. No qualifying: : link fenced. Purchase pre ()
of N. K. Florida.
at actual miles! $993.00. J. R ,| at' Mrs Ooldle Martin tfrhg Call Phil Blark. Ph. 330-28O4 i hrre U set at only $22.0<>). I

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I BulHngton. Tfchs Buy One (:lallonrirt 2t"h.1021! !, Oood terms. t,
,, FOR SALE 100 X 100 lot I
P1.H NO.
II, i I I with house 4 rooms and bath. : One GallonF : FOR SALE:3> bedroom frame

I I 75 BTU Walltype heater and It K: E house at lj wtry $73 The Name Is Registered W. F. "HAPPY" COOLEY 011)I water heater Piped for city quallfymir Call Phil Black family 3 Lot*-5 bed t
Klnusley Lake, now associated i Natural *.. one SUe j
I Phone 961-8201$ rooms. g
gas I block from elementary Ph :I.>9-:tROt 3trh* in21
Ii with Oay's Home Appliance I I to town Center Only! $"0I.( I
12 Wides school. 2 blocks from BUS :3.VI: : N. Temple
Phone 964-7311. HELP WANTEIVFrmale' to Or owner will trade for * .
Corner nrownlce & Orand St.

Read This Florida Law"It Cu"tomfade!\ I Let FrlRldalre."Happy"Maytav make cOll'm.ln'l Call after *' p. m 9C4-0862! (I ilORSl'SIlOEINGI'rnctlrl. end (C'orwtUeiriuluul ; : ; do for housework couple; Live and I houw"TRUI'T HE.I.TT

For Florida' Living 4trh 10,28, 4tp 1028 ( 0 I'II. rri.-r board and small salary Call :2117 N. Temple.. Ae.IV .

SINGER electric sewing\ machine | lcJ.EO( I M4-3S4I! t tfrhv I !X. 3811
Get t More i lhlilta i .
shall! be unlawful for any person or persons. .* defined ...... 1.ngage YOU FOR RKNT UnfurnUhed 4i i In console cabinet like | Trlephnno IHVJ70Ittmit FOR RENT Unfurnished" 2 Phone !*6-i45l

In buslne: a ns! herein defined. under a fictitious name all herein .1.. For Your $ $ $ room house. 250 N. Bay. Call'' new, Sews for ard and reverse I, H>, It* bedroom house- Also 1 bedroom T

'in..d. "without! and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered!' with the No Salaried or Com. I 964-6174. Itch making All buttonhole attachments ilg-tag-for tfch- furnished 308 S, Water FOR on REtI.Jlo.trailer RalfoM Road. C 1.Smiles (| ,

lcrk of the circuit courl of the county where the principal place of bustaewIs missioned' Employee; irinir, and fancy stitch designs ; FOR SALE Desirable residential St I Kite Phone 94-6325:

with registration! .shall consist of filinjr with the clerk aforesaid an afHHavit AO& URAI) LARSEN Madam Roberts Fully guaranteed. Can be seen : lot located on E Call SACRIFICE PRICE2 Bedroom 2tp 10 14 ]

In your area" Make eight Street among exclusive homes. home on I acre of Ian 4.
sRird !by all interested personstating, under oath the LIKE.; TO WORK I
name O( SI'IKITltAL ItEADEIt Write for REPAIR WORK -all kind !
Particular ,
monthly payments of 14 91 or Reasonable! You ran buy this home h-re | :
Ul th<"*"ie IntcreHtcH in the bu inetw enterprise. the extent of the In- Ave.. 1 C aU 984-7774 1QI21J
: YOU Benefit! ANn'I)) on will -fbrount! for cash Write *: 1328 Overlake It H.. or more' to your lot. Call I II

teraxt of ach, and the fictitious name under which said business la carried I Mill answer many qii'ittl Credit Manager." 122 S Clear- :, or phone 424-9779. Orlanrio.n collect to Arnold D-unhtery, I I II
u_.__, U..oA 'nr. .. .1i'I"rIA.. ,._. !Stn. 18 28! I MUSICAL rNSTRUCTION: -'
: w. 376-4503. OalnI"'lWUleFla.' 1
Said { ln\r nuvrrluKr, hunlnrim. ft An I "A'" "
rCllii''frnUn" Mi I
on. ( may: not be roade until the person or persona:! desiring -I, Organ. Henry Flu.-gge-PSano 1 1I

to engage In' busim' under a fictitious! name shall have advertised hi. or All Sizes 8-10-12 on Wldes Display 1u.I'I.I"| .>
MOVING -South. Would like 1 In my honw. Call 964-3524: for free trial l lesson! at Villa i
their Intention to register said' fictitious' name at least once a week for four I'/i' Itaths !'
All Resting Private to rent room for furniture I ttcheMALE FOR SALE--One gentle pony Pl'imotw( Motet l. KC'8t.oIfi"lch&ll. j

((4)) consecutive weeks in some' newspaper as defined by law In the county and Expandable and ConfidentialSI'M'I HELP* : WANTFO
where !Maid' registration' is to he made, and said registration shaD nt be : .\l *I.OO muth's rall < Men In rood health ace 21 FOR BAUT: -nxu* 8 roomI I
acreplcd by the clerk' of the circuit court except upon receiving proof .! New and Used !Sundays. H ..m. to 12Vwk MILLIONS of flits hatrr been SO. 8 hour day. 3 days week .TV iaaB>x B----305.------------a-----ii Rtsrk2tt_ ---------------aB--BBi> IO21_M>j J{ :2 baUut with or without fur-v

uch publication. 8-Yr. \ flays A to .H |>.in. cleaned with Blue Lintr- It's Two weeks paid vacation i HAVE almost completed: niture l 10 ac.t Phone M42tchg .]
financing Phone 98-&-""I iSI'rIvt. An,erlf,.'!" finest Rent elsctrtcsh'impooer. State retirement, anj Serial bedroom frame house. on S 4491 1 lOll
-- ? $1- Starke Hard- Security Write or contact Personnel '
lInac acre on /graced road about :2 I
If business under Use Our Rental-Pur m-are" Up Department SunUnd! miles west of Ore-n> Cove
you are engaged j in any name chase l)lan- -Payments I'. M. lllw.y SOl Training\ Center. P O Bo. Sprlrrt Will trade equity. for WANTED TO PVY Old houarl
I Nlarko Hiv.4trh :. trailer. unu-.b>. Wanted forj .
Under' $;))0 Per Month 4 :All. Mouth. APARTMENT FOR RENT 1130. O-lne-vlU. FU I I4Uhg property In Starkarea. If
Conveniently located Call 964- 114 the frrr p i 48I3 Contact -
11/4 interested call CVlne.vtIe.!
-- 9271. 2tp 1O31I Mr or Mrs. Johnson

other than and have not had this FOR. SALE Medium size! (M 373-3331:! after 7pm.- 2tchg lOll

your own' name i NOWFMolile I 2 ROOMS:. and bath air con- heater Six new spark pla1: I _:2tch 1028
Ii SEVERAL rood territories large" closet $33
dlttonel very and other nvi-c. 1 item's. EdcarBurr .
Customers to see our ex- I: You par utility No children. FOR RENT-Trller 4 Iii miles. NFFDFO AT ONCE -Pull
I >-ll. RtX Bx 18-B Up j
advertised and will be I
registered we I Home SitesAVAILABLE I citing new ChrUtmas' line. In Waldo. Phone 468-1408. west. on Road 18 Phone 984- part Urn man'. or woman tr
WANTTO 8322. ItcnS serve Watkins cuuotnertStarke ii
YOU show them and earn bit' Stout[ ItP -

meekly Income with Avon To lire In and take rare of 8- flood In-ome No In-

write Mrs. out:'" Sweat, P.O. HALLOWEEN J SKATING par- year old boy Woman with vettment Set your own hours
glad to all J
give you necessary Information as [to Full Lake Privileges Box 504. Live Oak Fla. ty Saturrtay Oct. 30. F\in' children welcome Cit furnished mile off H-T.. 301 239 Write C R Ruble D-pt 02

Homestead Exempt- I Sport" Roller Rink. 4 p. ro til I PU. 473-3104 Box 448. e<'f'n3 4 ckmrea, 3 room P 0 Box N" 2447 MnnphUTmne ;

Financing 12:30: a. m. 8l. hours of fun Keystone HrtiihU. Fla2tch house' outbuildings Sonv repairs '! ,*,** 38102 1014 2t 102

what should do.BRADFORD SINGER SELECT 0 :MTIO I and games. Only 50c Prizes' 10 Sj1! needed (]oCI: farming
you for beat ro-tumes.! 1028
Lake Geneva sewing machine. ZIO ZAOS. .tchtr and cattle land. $13750 per FOR f "'.lE-Extr* nice 4y'i'
FOR SALE -- Piano In cod' acre. old rw,.. saddle; and bridle j
makes buttonholes: /news on ,
I condition.. Call 783-345. S. E. (C'KA' Y. REALTOR. Dcrtch Redd.
) buttons nunoxrams!, decorative "\ j t114
Trailer SalesOn 2tp 10 381I Keystone Height phone 473-' 53% Ib
design, etc. Ha* balance I coiVltloner lOx 38 Mobile I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH due $64 or reliable party can Home" with, clear title as part VM. .M HM II I I 4818. 2tt'h. 1O2K
Route 100. One :Mile SEhrwtnnr IN CITY POtTOJ' I
I blac'
I assume $tf << mjntrt
I per pay- payment on small home or Income mil RENT SmaU house
llrlrht t I retriever
do,*. female
).1 Open. Sim. & Kveninr: *" ,I ments. Call Oalnes'vUle COLLECT piopvtty F E:. Bollln-i-r. : suitable for couple. CaU !9446373 FOR RFNT-2 bedroom: furntrhed cis. may IM-C by *tdenUfytraj Own

ii 378-4783. Ask for CreditManser. I 428 N. Walnut St. phone M4- : after S p. m. S2O W Weldon '! house 310 N. Church St.
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.TART n.a. THWKSDAY. OCT. tl. 1965 ..

market roads of the future to far safer now to stay in

I : I will be built on a 6-Inch lime. your stuffy old Uvlngroom and
I : I j r Farmer's Diary I lock base according to Jim watch football on TV.
I 111 ewer. SDK district engineer'

Ii-hiS II i By 8aJa MoGarvsvpllutts I I I of Luke City lie mild. that Ineiuly
Today's Homemaker clays of .load bulldlivg.

y / We Need To Know I WAS, "drowned, out' III''I there was little money to noa t

By Martha Sue McCain a scale ol flooaux lalna, Ion* way but that today the I
I SIID has l adopted: mute rigid I
I He came Into the office late Tuesday form and a guide called 'How County Extension J | Right now plants that have uprcUIcatloiui. i

ternoon holding newspaper clip- the Military,' which would Home Economic Agent : been set out are In critical i

ng in his hand. the hints for beating the period, as hot sun on the plastic The flowers< that bloom In
fri "It's] letter from It that and winds! can do serlo\n<<
a my brother In just so happens I I the Spring are pretty but
Look For third raisins
What To ;
\ iet Nam," he said. "It was published draft-age American how to | In Buying Nut Combine sup all Ingredients. and |I I II ', damage now an! However accepted.lirlgatlon port of the M they hate nothing oiv those I

ir the Tallahassee Democrat and draft is Federal offense that are bloomhvjr along ot'rroiul.slilt.H
my a to moisten
| With the plentiful supplyI stir Just enough growing plan and growers mewfttlnit I
A other thought It might do some !good by a maximum sentence of live I of pecan due to the 65 bumper dry Ingredients.. Drop t h. I The forecast wns tji a lUht\ dorm\( the pluiulnga to nowV like Npttt' CharleyVlh

14 you'd print it here." in jail and a 110,000 fine. Thus, crop, and with the holiday dough by teaspoonfuls on a 'volume! of nuts a 8 the first net the young plants off to u lally the "black-vyot Summ1'or ,

It seems the mother had written her printing the so-called guide on I'I season ahead *w. felt this. Information greased baking aheet. Bake at pecan auction sale of the Mason good BUi4t RuIIx..kllwhkJ\ U providing E I

3 arine son in Viet Nam telling him claim exemption as a might be useful. 373 degrees moderate(* was scheduled for today a Guldenrod showy clumps and rrotalarlau of yellow I

about: a distant cousin who "pretendedgo objector appears to be a clear I Moat nuts are available in 12 to IS minutes. Makes 24 at the Staike State Faimrni Alice 'In tfhul to be backhone .e aal..o rompt-tlnii for attention John
to school tion of the Selective Service the ahell and shelled. Nutmeats cookies. Market. Early crop e linatcs( again after 10-day I
,t > to keep from being a but while they are. pretty.
sold In various lormInchadlnl' You'll find this recipe amoneysaver
are Indicate about lial: a
drafted." But whether they succeed / \peiloU In Ht Vincent's llos-( they are also cumberatep.wta.
whole halves, pieces..ices as well as a time- crop" or anotlier "off year"for pltal In Jux First thing she about this question : I
This wa the. Marine's reply: ing the draft or not, the with skins, blanched saver The use of nonfat dry pecan Krowera. heard of home .
on getting was
of the situation is that the without skin, roasted plain I milk helps cut coats.Ullled S aBut that Mrs Shuford "Ifit convenient and economical
-I Auto accident continue to
Dear Mom and Dad: strators and the phony salted and flavored. The forms okraSome piUshould bt uoiicl. huj., :! btvn odiously injured In to have 'puvltaffe'
\take heavy toll two of who
Just few objectors" are, as pointed out available vary with the va of might still ; policies for homeowner
a line to may hollo you particularly ton the 111"\1\\1.1' a fall, no us a rellow-suffvier. had narrow" emNiptvt' recently!
and to say that It makes a man. es Reston in his Tuesday news riety.When have okra and you might be who have their offerings sorted she sent her best "I..h..s. were former Strawberry Queen farmownerti. mercantile
sis, "inadvertently working buying: ,unshelled nuts surprised how good It blower which lllinlnatea ,I firm office
feel a little iMetons' and out of really, by a I J lulu IlimiiliM. and "Lea" .
pHaee f\. did. out hU ow. kin. folk the things they fear the most. elect those that cracks do not have. Is. the pops'' or unfilled The Itfuruait-PtMlitn Church Bmsley Mayor of Keystone I building!*' Doe t the Char

are dodging the draft. We are are not promoting peace, but any scars kernel, should not or tattle.hula.The Soak okra overnight In culd: nuts. And coiuumera will have road! project 1st lunging anJ Heights I IVo'I' ley E..John Agency now

overseas flghtlng for his .._try ing it," Keston points out. USDA estimates about two water. Pack okra In jars. In a a new service available u both the contractor wed i Kill have a similar package
the President pan heat; 1 cup water 1 table cracker and shelter which IVnufort. our Rtnul( Hoard \ I
not persuading made lot of advance
a. Ue ehfldrea and Ms kin. folks'children pounds of unshelled nuts yield a policy. Including theft and
spoon salt, and 1 cup vinegar. empties pecans faster than a member are!' hearing about It ., '
to end the but shit' live early day when "
U". frees! war, one pound of nut meat liability, for churches, ?
Might under a democratic apvpproxlmately Place\ sprig of garlic. In Jars, bunch of squirrels and crows' front angry Iedtlentr along motorists' of Htaike
Ho Chi Minh and General .
4 ThUmay ,
government Innteed of a cups. piece of dill (tor dill seed I It S. that road The latter said the around the old brick

communistic. regime. prolonging. vary considerably with fresh Is not available, and apiece A lot of berrlc have berit job Is unusual In that Uie contractor street "Ioo every Sunday Charley E. Johns
condition and slse of thenut.
They don't take time to think Reston reports a total type of red pepper Cover jar art out so far thin nrmou. but U having to handle the afternoon better cars and
in Hanoi concerning American Generally it is more eco- with other hot mixture and dill twice, and that Agency
that they might .be needed to help / nomical to buy nuts in th.ah.lI. some growers are bring held Mate Improved I highways
and conviction seal back lack of heavyvtulpment It RPllInKbogirvd
an apparent by a plants The
light this war. My Is thatthey Whole kernels
d_', have the opinion Communist! officials( \ there that more than smaller uauaUyeo.t Select small tender okra andrefrigerate shortage, aocoixllnu to County t clown ID trying to work But at the minttt" time, we 131 S. Walnut St.
guts or the piecesof .
ti-war demonstrations and before serving.After Agent Ck-oiite HuKUln.. * the Chose
backbone to face their. renpunnlblllty .- same variety. 1 .
the United States will force the unsalted. nuts or cooking opening treat .. anypickle. brought oft when UW..bKter < guests'' 1.118Ullt, y afternoon i,
to their self or to their/ coun I suva, which raises a lot of It''I"
I the fnim-to- Uate 110 out for a ride
lean to I
try. ""n.-- thee this 1.I government give up : __

enough ef that because. they. dueldeserve Of course, no one in this I'J Storage: The) oUy nature of
I nuts causes them to beoome
lieves any such thing, but
even that much thought.
rancid and stale when exposed
M.... I am >ne and happy, except munist leaders in Hanoi have I to air moisture and warmth

I am a bit tired of people taken conception, Mr. Reston ,, Store unroaated nuts in a refrigerator

who wont face the tart that this because they remember that or free..r to pro-
is feated the French in Viet Nam i I ions freahn_ Keep nutmeata
war necessary ta order to k rpCommunists
1950 and 1953 at least partly j In a tightly sealed container
from rating lie .ta the
'at_ of opposition to the Viet Nam ,I or in moisture and veporproufwrapping. ( OFF
side France. "The Unshelled nuts "Intl
'. Your son.Ami .
the propaganda battle in Paris longer than nutmeata. Ld.rui
11'. Dnncnn
i pieces stay longer
they won the military battle
/ Viet Nom mailer ones so It Is best not
Bien Phu Reston reminds
ua. to chop, grate or grind nuts

"Arnie is still in the hospital-' !* Senator Mike Mansfield, before .storing.
Washington officials I 1 :Slaking The Cookie Crumble
brother, who brought in the clipping, .
the demonstrators and draft Though the kids. are back atI ,
said quietly. "ife Post his left
a fJli
eye says "These people are I I school the Job of keeping :
couple of weeks ago from being them"" fed goes onespecially
hit by shrapnel: what the President is trying I 1 If take lunches .
they to hou. "
bring about a negotiated/ ON THE PURCHASE OF ONE '1- ) -
Somehow we hope that Arnie. lyingon in Viet Nam. They are Here's a time-saving" mix to
help' keep ahead of the
a hospital bed, was spared the sight yoc
fodder to Hanoi and to Peking. ....
/ ... You'll be able to make
on television of the long-haired bearded
are showing !leON of utter 4 watebas of about 24 rookies
beatniks demonstrating against American sibility" from. it.
policy in Viet Nam the
over Are the demonstrators ItelM O. e Mil fIf
weekend and
that he doesn'tnee
? dumb .
newspaper pictures of 1965 Benedict were cal. .
tactics are accomplishing? 12'I eats, quick cooking: a
Arnolds burning their draft cards believe Cop1 instant nonfat dry milk;
many are they HALF'QUARTSv.
. or read about the radical SDS just what they really want- one-fourth cup baking powder; : IN

(Students for a Democratic Society) the plans for a negotiated p half 1 table.ponnX; 1. and one-
cups shorteningBUr
who are mapping plans to foul up the prolong the war in the hope dry Ingredients together .

functioning/ of Selective Service board Communists will eventually until well mUed. Cut .
In fat until ..
across the land by clogging their machinery We need to know what and well 1 blended. Place In a : 'w' (1a1 ti rlfP l AI

with thousands of phony "con behind then al.jar or tin can. Keep ) ) I .
scientious' objector" appeals for card tlgtitly closed In a cool f1 ; '
exemp burnings, and place. r : \ # ,
tion.How jector" tactics, and President Use the mix within a month. t M

much could Amie take? has reportedly endorsed a I Makes about. 10 cups mix.Oalnwri -. j I r \
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The infamous SDS plan is spelledout partment investigation of < t
in its "National Viet Nam News Communists are Involved in (Vain, Rolled Oats Mix I: 2and ; 4i '

Letter" recently published' and sent rades and picketing. one-half cups: rolled oats # ,. ( wl1' I 'ri: rc. .
mix teaspoon cinnamon I : iter
to college/ camptrs across! the land. The I ,
sooner we find out, the egg beaten on.-fuurth cup .
We quote: "We're /going to get SDS Arnie Duncan and hundred I .....t.... 1 teaspoon"" vanilla; 1 ,

to put out two publications guideto blooded Americans like him I I three-fourths cups sugar; onePlaatle / 1 I

'filing for the conscientious objector to know. rice

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II Neiekeeh lt.54 at the ..

Who Wants A Police Record? I TKLEGILftrif.: kI

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In a message to Florida parents this the entrance lists at colleges "UTIC 10 ArpGA5

week Stan Musi al, chairman of the versities, of their choice. r'U.Iof TO : NK-MAItll HIXMAI.PAIUUIKM /y

President's Council on Physical Fitness Chances! for military lien I'VK.VOWN: ,+ Is /
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and world-renowned Ton r toe r >ir Kolirixl that
baseball be Persons with .. .
impaired. .*fl> you hr MIIJUIIIII. M.all
champion, discussed Florida liquor records must receive special far ..._... h.. lk..i. fll. ..fI v Z \-e"V.\\ '
laws and how they affect our young/ I CHArrlV' In Ik. rirouli. foiirl p. I ,k ,
before being accepted for .Itrtaiarit aunty riorl-1. In
people."It c......", end yet' .,. ,."..1'''' *ltr TY
it will be extremely difficult
.. .....". a ..I parr A..r.r.r 1 a ( IIIt!
in unlawful in Florida for a Candidate School.A ... .. j\llf
per Officer pl. g im said ('."' 101.,.. l4 \
son under the age of 21 to have In his under ,.> ,in. rlalsllfr..l/ar..r.. I .. { t j ,
man or a woman '
.rues. f n. lrrmmr 'C' I
possession alcoholic beverages of any find that this arrest record 'ln..TIIU. .....,..... mn kind, the message said. What happens his chosen ortsiMl' In lh. afflr..f. ,h. d J
career. ,.. ,
uf IH* flrvnli Court.Mt
when the law U broken ? come more slowly if at all. .rh.. n..rM. .. en ar ...f'.f.. lhIllh '
-Person* under the age of 17 are dsr. nt !No"......... A II,
Who else is hurt? 141. elh rw_. IK. .11..........
turned over to juvenile authorities anda .f ..I4 ,.......p...,.. will !>. lakony ...
juvenile record is established by the When a person under 21 .. by. 70Ml 4r :
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court. cents his age and buy l 4 lkl Illh nf ( !
toe,. A D. ISIS
Persons over the age of 17 are arrested erage from a retailer if the SRALl oe I
is convicted he could lose. his Ci .1.. A. Ixirkyd.m
; fingerprinted by officers anda
.,.... Cart, llrtafartffuvnlr ?
net of fingerprints sent to the FBI age license and his riorK.Mr K

in Washington where they become a though he was not aware of .. Haul*. M (MoA4rIwputr lark. (

part of the violator's permanent criminal a minor.In I./I4 It llr // )

record. The violator be fined final word of advice to
can a .. T". r_... ......... rw.I I.AM ,d.+ e
or imprisoned. Punishment can be as Musia! says: "Make sure ra ......,_.. ._..,.
much as six months in jail or a $500 son or daughter under 21 fully ....-.
r..1 Alt.r.
fine.What stand this Florida law. To C...... sr H_.._4I 4
are the far-reaching consequences the future of young men and I, "'ITrr. TO CRr.'Tr.fUI "
> All .r.4ltar..f S..I..5i..y :
? encourage them not to drink .....,.. ,..-.... N. ...
-Boys and girls. having an arrest 21." ......... ere ...,.bp .0('''.'' .....
r. record' for possessing. alcoholic beverage Or better ill. might add- I .
we ..-.... wkl.b IMy ..... .... ; "
will have a difficult time making/ drink (period). I ...Inat old It..... Is ,... ..".... "Ire-In every Half Quart' ,bottle of < ocs.'oLs. things go
M. .... roaeff J.44. M Hr".45r4 More economy, More rontenienrr, more ( ,*.. More
(........ ,.a....$.. .. ... raart-
kovaa al. ...,.... ,..-.. wllklst economy because in thin. new sire, >oti gel more b
.al.a4ar ".Mtka rr..1 ..- Ika Coca-Cola for your money. More rontenienreIkecauste
.... a... funs. .............. af
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: ; ,,,.. ..ll Ka.b claim ar 4.. you make fewer trip l Its the store or etter.
maa4 .... aa .Is ..,at.. .... refrigerator I More Coke >1lIu this U the bottle
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max C.! pt. nr ,
arsn .r eaal ..,.... .....,._ afIka with the built-in spnre-every Half <'| U.I lie

K. t_ ...nM..., [orro. AMD Pual.wp rlalmaal' sad mux ha swan'I fires you not two but three full gUnM i ** of overire.
I ,. lop the irlalmaKl. kM .....,. yoke 0 e
1t1 ar kla. ........... ar- II will ...- Its unmMskabl&* tante rcft.1& lift In
/Xoein*'. Ovoee-r H..._.... PVK.ew.O .
aoma aM. T9r4lke. 4 .a ,law All spirits, a boo, t to yfMir energy pick up *.'.ral l ..... .. .
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TIMVOuekV u..... TH. f.M. M..n. Sea .bat.. will sued .101"- cartons of Coke In this .ILt'! tomorrow'!
,I ala ca pl..t aa4 ...-. leA ) new
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Pv8L... EACH TMueeosv Ace [.n..m A. ."Ott. CLAN M..Tr.. Ar 1 Mass a>lalMr...ini........... "-"''. al
PoeT' Or.x. AT .Tasse. fXA. UIO... ACT Of MA.CM a. tere.IN raM line TIT ...,.... n.....- AT MOST DEALERS
Dow rirto4>'r I'I !...
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Etctn; UHronrt) COFNTY TELKORArn. ....An... nx>itm\ ,,,,.....,......'( CT. ,... 19'S' ,

,.....................1 family of the late Mr. 'VVYVVVVVVYVVVVYVVvv l lowing the morning aervlce on 1 [I Service will ba held with St.Luke's .

I ; Sorry to hear MOAley'l Sunday Oct. 31. Rev. Harvey I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Baptist Church and

RECREATION NEWS MAX 1 V ILL E'',, Wellhausen is on, the GRAHAM Lane will be the evangelist CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNfY 1 Magnolia Baptist Church In

this week. Also: was. very ilIad I II and there will be visiting pas- ], charge. The public Is'' Invitedto

|I in I ) hear that no one was tors one or two nlg-hts. Everyone attend all services, -Elder

., I II By Mrs. A. C. SUde I j lously Injured In tha 81"1 Dy Mrs. ,V. E. SUrllnc welcome. i RECREATION; I AnUoch Baptist Church. McKay pastor: L. C. Mc-
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BANTAM FOOTBALL ( .'nnel' Insurant" a "n'Y 6-0 I
I the rhone 2S9-4 191 {,' Colorado last weekend! rhone 485-2371 I The new recreation center i Re/ L. W. Thamapastor.. Cutchen.! reporter. .
The only store of
RESULTS I Ram.1came Jack Wilkinson and several :MAUISO.V STRKKT: : opened Friday night. Oct. 15. The Annual Women's;; Day

Bantam Fvotoall Program on a b-autlful 45 yd .....................
I Th others. .... .. ... BAPTIST ChURCH with an encouraging number celebration will be held Sun- Pie and l flla tho oria-lnal In the |
opened the season SatIr4a.3 -n lilt by Johnny Pwe1I; who I Leon Harris was uninjuredlast participating in the activities. day. Oct. 24 at Antioch Bap- offli' .- of the Clerk I of the ClrrMli -*
nigl it. Oct.. 16. at Brnd(9(4 I had to outrun another "'IH><':v School News: A lolnt m ct- Thursday afternoon when I It Mr and Mrs. Cecil Melton 9OO West Madison, Street ,''''PI on or befnr the 16thilny :
InK of I the Baldwin! Par'nt- I of Stuart visited with Jackson recreation manager : tist Church. Various friends: I55 otherwise i
fellow. Johnny and sons I >f November
High Sch<>football field :young! Dmb-I t the wiel! .came off a loaded Sunday : Sunday Is the '
Ti .trhcr A.SMK lation nnd the Mr. and ., very pleased of the city will be appearing.. 'thaallriciitlnn. "' aahl 'COat-
before a large crowd of ap- ham The remainder lilt'I I Jams Elementary tnu-k\ of ;pulpwood:: he wasdilvlnff his grandparents School. 8:15: a.m. Worship Ser cooperation. He Is planning to The public is invited to atteni pUlnl, will .he taken ... ""0..'.... '
500 spectators same was a defensive bail.l Mamie! Agnes the Mrs. Berry Dyat over the vices. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. ml, by "vim
DXliaately have
on and
expressway aonvs interesting:
very The -
Mrs. Jessie M. Barry pastor
held! Thursday
will be
weekend.Mr. nollenhall b publleheilonce )
threat late
Ins. made This
Conner a
These fans were tieated to two I overturned. Training Union. 6:15: p.m. "Letus and deb actl'.ltles the
In the cafe- during and congregation held i-"i'h week for four conMtutlvo :- I
but Holiday night at 8 p. m. and Mrs. Bobble Bi gush-
the final
very excltUif' games by the in quarter !' Waver Griffls is a patient in I II go into the House of the coming months. He Is askingall service at Mt. Calvery Baptist weeka In the Bradfordfoiinly
Inn was able to contain u rU of the Mamie Agnes ton and baby of Gainesville, .
FeM L.
Bal\tam flayers. the Bradford County Hospitalin Lord. Psalm 22:1.: r parents to cooperate with 10 T.i.graph.Itated
Church Sunday nl
them Jones Elementary Behool.! i and Mrs. Jane Brofruhton of this nth day oC Uto'"
The opener saw Lawtey lose Starke. Rowan piuttor.FIRST the profrram. so constructive Rev. Thomas delivered an inspiring '
Final plans for the Halloween\ Jacksonville and Ous Wyman her I95SEAL.P :I
Its first game. falllrw to a All four teams showed theywill Mrs.! nob McClung received activities will be planned foi ,
i mes'age.Mrs.< :
U3loed. The / : ( !
CIU'luval,1U be dl. | Jesslfj
of Starke visited with Mr. and l lI
tills and 1 I PRESBYTERIAN: i A. DARBV.
tough Southern Discount team. l be tough season emergency: treatment Satur- the youth. I M. 'I| f'IIAIU.ti
Barry reporter.
Carnival is set for Saturlay.Oct. Mrs. Carl Broughton and family 1 .Clerk nf thi'Ircult. C-uurt.
drew first we should have many more day night at St. Vincent'sHospital I I Clll'RCIIII.
13-6. Southern Watch the paper for tn"
30 and will be held at. the on Sunday. Greater Bethlehem Free Will I fly Ilmilah, M MwxtrI
In the first quarter -qually exciting {games to look In Jacksonville: for an schedule of
wood as School. activities for the >vuuty Clerk.
Baldwin Jr-Sr. IllRh Mrs. Lee Ward and childrenof Walton Grady Minister Baptist Church. Elder Louis
Louis Noegel broke loose for forward to. of1 I Injured foot and is unable to :I week as they will be plannedfor 10/M 4t 11/11
marshal .
The county fire Gainesville visited with Mr. Schedule for week startingOct. McKay pastor Weekly .cheI -I --
40 and a TD. Dale Johns This week's .rhedue! I walk. I Ii the convenience of the!
yc. :
Duval County is expected( to and Mrs.! Albert Spark on 24 : I dule: Mcm: y. Choir No. 3 re-
fAtdec1} the extra point and the Saturday. Oct. 23 --$outhrn -'I be the !guest speaker at the I Enjoying birthday dinner I II I I Sunday afternoon. Sunday Sunday School. youth. heanal 7 p. m Tuesday night. -
7-0. In the third Sunday at the home of Mr OES NOTICE I :
score was i
Discount vs! Conner In- meeting I !I I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tyre. 9:45: a, m. Morning Worship. Story Hour. Wednesday night! HOUSEHOLDPESTS
period of play Lawtey took to and Mrs John North for Mrs Dell Chapter. Order of Eastern
surance. 7pm. Holiday Inn Teachers Planning Day was; I General Prayer Meeting -
and Carol and Rhonda Flowers I 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 T'
the air and got a TD but fail- I North Mrs. Roger North Star will meet Thursday
vs Lawtey. 8:30) p. m. observed at both the Elementary -, of Lake City visited with p. m. Thursday night. Choir No. 2
t4 to make the extra point and Miss Betty Johnson wer | night, Oct. 21. at the Masonic
The Parks. & Recreation and High School last Friday Mr. antf Mrs. M. E. Starling I Tuesday Women of the rehearsal and Ladies Circle V DiuV '
7-6. In the final the Roger North of '''
trailed Hall
family Brownlee
at4 i on Street at 8
Department extends! thank. toll I It was n holiday for allindents on Sunday. Church. General Meeting 7:30: meeting at home of Mrs U.saiia.rvgr .
period Dale Johns went Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs Albert p. m. All members are asked .
the teachers remained Holmes Friday nltrht. Choir ......
who ntt"nded the nanv but : Mrs. II E: Starling and Miss p. m. ,
through the line for 15 yds / Johnson of Macclrnny. to please be present and on .. .:
.in* helped] make the openimintoht on the Job. It was alsoa Diane Starling visited In Bran. Thursday Oct. 28 World No. 1 rehearsal! and Prayet' .1
and a TD to put South \ out Mr. and Mrs. Dave Covet"'ale I time. Mrs. Alma B. Bacon. W I :-..,
consult Band meeting at home of Deacon
a htme success We hope day for parents to ford on Sunday with Mr and Mission Worship 1st Presbyterian \
front 13-6. Johns al.c > .iad a and son. Grandma WellhausAustln ?M-. Rev. Damon Dell. W. P.CHL'RCI II
"ou enjoyed th" procntm and with teachers at the Mamie i Mrs. Marshal Tidwell and Church. Gainesville. I Stone Saturday nightdilrkrn
9 invite you IT attend this Sat-| Aunes Jones El-mcntary I Mrs. Nellie Cannon and Diane 5:30: to 8:45: p. m. Choir Prac ( NEWSMt. :: Dinners will be sold II
At trip Claude NorthMr
penalty. game Irday'. name School. visited. with her grandparents tice. 7:30: p. m. Pt3gah AME Church. n 1'>.. c'' urch kitchen 4:30i:
I rte and Mrs James Cole-
tryill' -
ended Lawtey was >
!M.IMVsrif'S, -; October Is National Lunch Mr. and Mrs. Clyd- Odom. Friday Adult Bible Studyat Rev. Killings pastor. Rev. Joe p. M. bv the Ladles Department ::1
the 151
perately to score from I man and family were Sunday
Week" at "school cafeterias :Mr.:\ and Mrs. R. S. Surrency the Church. 7:30: p. rn. Mays and Sister Rosette Throp Ice cream and hot fogs
yd. line but the South defense -, Th phvsi"al class! i dinner guests of Mrs. Colemlln' -
Tuesday of this! week was set' visile" with relatives in Hagueon will appear at Mt. Pisgah Friday will be sol' In the education
combined with ole father nr women will start tonight parents. Mr. and Mrs.
aside for mothers and:! fathers Sunday.Mr. nivht.\ Oct. 29. at 8 o'clockto department by the Junior
time to cut off the threat. I I "Prurs'layl' at 7 p. m. Th re Ellis Glddens of Jacksonville.!
'|" of both the fourth and fifth and Mrs. Frank Thomas. bring a very rich Gospel Choir. Sunday: We''lll"1U' Observe -
vill! bo a fee of 50 cents for Sunday afternoon visitors of SFNIORCtTIZENS
second! and! final!
In the
: ... grade students to enjoy lunch f Robbie Hlne and Bobby of program. Everyone Is Invited our annual MenUs Day rhODe
ach ela s. and the )
course! will! Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin-
game of the evening Holiday ",.. with their child and teacher I| Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. James to attend. Tickets may be purchased program stalling with Sunday
for a period of ten weeksn 'i bntham and June were Mrs.
Inn of Starke edged by Doyle : .. ,. meeting per week. All It wns a dejected group of Henry Carter and) Mrs Randolph i' Thomas and Susan of Jack- from Mrs. Mary Lee School at 9:45: a. m. At II a. 964-3965

"rtlrl"; nnt arf requested to boys boarding,:: the Baldwin Crosby I I Konvllle visited with Mr. and Shaw and members of the m. Sheriff Reddish and Chief I

football bus Friday Mrs. Zack church. Rositer' will appear on the program ,
I -ear _li"ks. short or other after I! David Jones stationed at Robinson Sunday Senior Citizens Inaugurated
ARE TERMITES nights name with Bolles | afternoon. Mrs. Delia O'Steen. Greater Allen Chapel AME and Prof Anderson will
i i Tep-fittin'r arjparel. and to NAS Jacksonville' spent the I a Bongo Band at the meeting Florid*
DESTROYING -iln-j a blanket. etr to be Baldwin's\ winning streak of weekend" here with Mr and Mrs. Edna Bruce and Mrs. of Oct. 14 for fun and pleas- Church. Rev. U A. Sampson be our main speaker for the

'" d fir pa' 'lma The class. 21 names came to a stop when I :Mrs Joseph Lucas and family. Martha Jane Brown and Billy ure. Oatm?al boxes used as pastor. Services will begin hour. At 3 p. m. Ordination Pest

YOUR HOME? I'l' be "ft1 <'t 'ii' Pratt Street the In.dans met! Bolles on Mr and Mrs. Earl Mosley and Donna of Hlffh Springs bongo drum. in conjunction with Sunday School at 10 with
I .
Reci "ntlon\ Center. Bolles ground and lost with a. and family were in Georgiaover j' visited on Monday. with pot lid kazoos and fife' Supt. Mrs. Fannie Bell De- Ulrrd.. In nerve o ''|1'1', "f .;JrouffiNWtr ControlCHEMICAL
FREE of 34-13 Coach Harold:! Mr. and, Mrs. Felton 'estre In charge. or plartlnft in tru 'miplaint '
core Graves Morning ,
was the combo at first service .
TEf.N: TIMK' ; f\\CF. the weekend. our on In I'lulntlffn At '
Avenger Is referred to as the Mrs. Avory Slatfs: and l II- I aiiv grandson of Lutz. Mr and practice.We 11. Music w11Ib'! furnishedby torn) linn M t Jr II''. 8 CO.
A dan! -e In-:' ,ti-en-aiTT.s will Indian chief said "I am proudof dien spent last Friday c lr I, Mrs. J. D. McKinney of Gainesville hope to haw' all 50 the Junior Choir. Eveninp 14 K Klr. .l 1-r. .t'. lUlne.OII) ,
e h"ld the )
:n Recreation .
INSPECTIOK& Cener my boys." Bolles coach was Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. James members play an instrumentt service at 6 p. m. The Mission -
I Satur I
: 'ay Oct 23. from 7
iJ I quoted as saying: "We beat thebest McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. subsequent meetlrxn. Wash ary Society of Greater Allen t
oil The :Mr and :Mrs Paul Habert AMBULANCE
p m CheRfJ1p.n,111 SERVICE
I ball club we've played Vincent McKInney of Starke boarda. gallon JUKS. boxes of, Chapel AME Church and Mt
I 'iirnlsh are visiting with relatives In
539 E. Call !JG 1..1965 I I live music with ad- this; year." Coach Avenger re- vtolted with Mr. and Mrs. John peas. harmonicas. glass Jars I Zion AME Church will holt a
"J'1lo ston 50 Georgia and Alabama. TheHabert's
II ; cents per per&oo. Union PhONE= 961-2600)
I plird!\ attain. "I am proud of three children McKlnney and Rosalee on and other" household articles Missionary Service on

my boys If we have to art 33 arsstaling Sunday. Arthur Milton of will be Included. I Sunday Oct. 31, at Lawtey DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
with Mrs. T. H Edwards -
ames to have another loss I while their Waldo visited during the week. As we are invited a* guests !, The public Invifd to silent

LAWSON'S MARKETCold ae'll do it. We were Just out- parents: areaway Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdln to sister clubs In North Florida.:: I I I HeWitt' C. June Registered Funeral Director

manned This Friday night. I of Jacksonville visited his we hope to be able to entertain Vincent A """0. Plalntm. MI
Mrs William Mclnanary and Misc'' h. IIfan r<'romlitniNOTIfK Starke Fla.
tlrIndians St ents. Mr. and I
plav Joseph; on Mrs. H. M. at. such functions.
Storage Grocery Store1ff'1'.l.j !Ion of Jacksonville! \ spent Sat- par-/ : TO APPI.flS. : I
home grOllrl'"* October, 23 an- iin over the weekend. / Our annual Halloween .. I
urday with\ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. cos' .Marl' I. Hy.n IIBNTAI SERViCES:
ther horn rome with the In- was proud to tell of his You. are her>'. notif! .1! .
tume party will b held jr i
Nolan( and son ? Oct I Reds Wheel" (Chair ( rutcheisNow ,
: hans an-I :Maeclrnny A d'ineeMI : Ing trip to Wyoming with mill a 26 at the
Susan Lucas and Cliff Slade I Recreation Ojnter .*.. ;you. In th* *l. ,n, name
: I I "J'I \M MLet the hfrh! school gym will attended( a going away party group! of other hunters from I j Colored' movies will be takenat 4'.t'. .24 -. 514 C

ollow the tame Fntu:!ay night In Baldwin for Jacksonville. He killed two I this event Prizes for the i' -_ ..,

Funeral ser.l* \
Mosley. :ie. or Jacksonville\ cy home. Mrs Novella Abernathy and | -Joe Kerrigan New Chevelle
\ ''otmi'ilv) of Baldwin wnre! hld! lIOn Earl and two irrandchll-!I
Mrs H 'lie Otd-iens visile-1 dren, of '
I Ocala
20:\ p m Monday In the'tiae visited recentlyand

; of Harda; e and, Sun i, Sunday In Jack.sonvlll? with < :! aim Mr-*. Wasdln's:! broth.

.'l IN I.. < North-lde Funeral Home her son and dau htcr-In-Iaw. r-ln-law. Forest Reynolds of \ f

If Rut \\nl v. i is In Tl"stlawn! Me- \ Mr. nfl Mrs. Ellis Oldiens: Jacksonville' visited for several
4., I :. !::1 ), ) .ItJ mortal I1 "nk t Cemetrry Mr. and familyMr days lust week ,
t; and Mrs t> n. Grlffls.
of i
\f" I"v di'-rl. Sat.' c-lay! momiii' I Mrs Opnf'vlJrlmMn nnrt
and Mr and Mr Ilnllu Jeff-
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III a i .1' i 'k-'uivllle hospital I ; ers attended the Blue! Anuels Mrs. ]Nell Nabors of Wal o. Mr iuprR

.1::1'I' i mi,. i Mf"ndrcl lllne .s. I lie I I i airhow awl Mrs Wiley Laiizford; Mrs Oct 13. I 1963! I
Sunday at NAS
,.iltendc! filvniv Temple A.s- Wilma Starling and baby and:! Dear Mr Matthews'I
Us Jacksonville
Prepare Your Beef and mblv! of God aol was retired I I I Misses. Mrs. Sylvia Duncan of Gainesville have read the two editor<\

Pork For Your Deep Freezer. ,niilv, Iht.s vai. us a City of I Sharon OrlffLs Peggy attended Lucas ami th':! I I visited recently with lain whereby you endorsed the

.lark <',iivllle employee He was rodeo In Callahan the' Mr:\ aol Mr. Carl Jones S300 million Road Bond program

tVe will Pick-up and Itulrher.' There will !'H' a ii mi'mb '>' of Temple Lodge 2:1: weekend over I Friends of Debbie Hall will and wl'h ta complimentyou

Small Fee for I'irK-up-Ujtrherinjr: : ro\v $.'UIfI) per mid CiMiid,, < L'Hlne: F. & A. Msui .! like to know she U somewhat on two well written d'-

Head and I Hide. Hogs: :He per Ih.-CleanedVeiuht.. : 'vivo-' are his widow :Mrs Improved. She ta with her 1 I to rials and the ytanl your paper ,
Julie It Mi .hy. 2 dausrht' 'rs TIll: ItNillT POINT daughter who lives 1
For Chill-cut l th in Georgia has taken Needless to
and wrnppini .Tic 'Ik wild say. "
per piper.We : ''It, .Ink, '. ., .
HiM'lihis .
mother MH.V you "rile. ('iimn In ami weare highly gratified! S'ET .

Sell fleer and I'ork fur Home Free/era;/, : \11. t K\: ., MI.-.II-V III( Ilalrlwlnni select, jour rux.rilx, tST.n.H'te : : know that fhw papers like
-Iri "I let Lhree biutlierr' / If I" foiinliii'ii. '
; |N'ii. : ; yoi,p are with 'us In this (treat ,

Phone !llfil I I M2t1 1 21 1 S t..hlnr.-fo": !=t. The mmuiiity: "extend (lit \I'll. Ttt.'j' fCL' HURC i effort for all Florida.

1he 0 dec st mpathv to "the : You are! dntnv great Job '
= -' .
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:- 0 .j_ ...:::: _- __ = -- --=_ I NEWS for your community and It .Is
-- greatly! appreciated bv. mo a..*. a

-- I Road Board member from -the- ,I II )

AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I i HKsr it \ITIST" ciiritt'ii Second District ( \

I .STAKKK: i Mtitin 1 I j Keep' up; the good work 1

C William IVnufoitI :

i ---j-: --=-- -- -_-.. --=. -:-- -'::- ----------.-,--------=. _-___-h.-_.- --------. ___.._-_-_ =_ I Schedule ofSund.iy w'rvIs'es: I District U Office !
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I I AUTO SALES SERVICE!: I AUTO( SALES; &SEKVICK: CHAIN: SAWS IMotorcyele -SrooteM I School 9.43: n m :MoronR W'orhlp Jacksonville FU I I

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I sermon: "Is It Nuthlnx --

Barkley Motors, IncTRIUMPH ; Replicars, Inc. A.&J.Saw Streit's Bicycle Shop I To 1. IJt> Yoii1 Youth$ ." Choir.(Iwimentntlona 4:3O: t As)ear Mr Matthews I
pin National
& Mower Co.Jnn HONDA MOTOnCYCI NewspaperWerk !
Training Union, 6 IS:
Imported Cur "e'laIiHI, Cuxhrnan Si \!.-....* Ik&en K.veninK r Is observed October I 101 i
FIAT An 1"r...n. Mjrr.llnmelile : Wornhlp. sermon: "I Have/ through 18. the Bradford ASC

IIILLMAN A KUNBEA\ :\1t.1tn.:104,: .: tii.z": Chain Sawn: TuraIRSAZunappMot.orryclca( :; 'Made: l The A Wntchrmui"i County Committee would like I

S \OL\0 ..tI.F.tROlIoRules :( MAI.KR: & RKRVICKllrpalrm : .: \ ..Ra...<. &' A4rv..... i Kxek t; 3 17)) to lake this opportunity I
We Sprriaijie '' t P.irlM.. All .Vt.ikcs SCHV7INN DICYC L'Isx'ksm1th Tiie..
BALES & SERVICE Part Ser'.e riitrly "'"..'.tnrIal.! .... Sc r.l' Wick thee Sunheiimn. meet at I newspaper' public service I"

Factory Trained :Mechanic 113 S.!l':. Sr.ond. St. (hlnesvUle A 104fon.icr. (13 W. rnfrrraity A**. church. 3-30: ') p rn. Primary, You hAe been very cooperative -
:.'(022): N.K: HIv.J.! OaincsvUlc nalnr' .."lb> 37H-778I In
IH CLEAN t'SH> CAR "f" ,17'MIHI" I Phone :.17'z-'L'M: ", Choir. Beginner Altuic Activ helping us to keep theo |
ity. OA! nieeting, 4 :3O farmers of Bradford ,
IIOl N. M\IN p m. County Off Wal.loMIODUCTS flosd ,
\VAINT & (;
a1n".Ule 31 -431J CLASS WeilnestUy.' Prayer Meet. and Uw public In general informed i

\UT(' () S.\I.VAJK( : {'ON'i'UTI') ': ing1 7pm Adult Choir rehenriml about ASCS programs1. I'

JEEP; ---- Liddell Paint & 8 p.m.Methodist and how these program. benp- I

PamI17 of 4 Wheel Drtvt INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Glass Co. Church I fit the!the mate people" and of the the! County.Nation I ."..,* Cltrrtll!!* SS :94 Sporl' CoitptM __ ..

HAMIU.KUAmerica's : ; Paul's Auto SalvageWe CONCRETE: : ritonucrs: KYANIZE PAINTS Your cooperation U appreciated cUat\-cuIpttJ 011-,,#.. Body 6y FiArr. I

Finest! Economy Ca ARE TIIE BfJiT FRtyM (;iU*n ..Mirror Blldln n_... Calendar! for the week: by the ASC County Committee .

Bale and Service Buy Wrecked Car At Edwards Building Tub Enrlooorm Show Sunday/ Church SChOOl I and office personnel! 1

Ridgway Motor Co. T (0 .1' I 1' If 1 Ie.1 K: S Supply Inc. Awnlnjr 9:45: am. MorningWorship.. I thanks Please accept' our sincere by Chevrolet ;
Carpel 'aUpalWl'' Stop 11 am. Youth Choir practice. and best wishes fort t)

1133 n. MaLtGaln"'l1e. All Makei' A :Mndrla Used! 78 S. :Main; -3724144CAKDKN front Consultation.1M S pot Snack Supper for )(YF. continued successful'! and ctI I I

li. S72-H433:! Iart.TCIetype nrNy4vTTJ.pi P'TA NW Sixteenth "St.' ,i,6 pm :MYF meetings, 6:30: ; I fectlve service to the people of
0.0IN vn.IF. '72.I1OIl'i.tTISa I Bra-iford. :! County by fine
Evening your
( ;= SUI'IM.IKS Worship.! 7:30.: : I
Mer\l. ..-\V.. I newiipaper.
B & G Motors Co. Will Monday Girl Scout meetings ; June 8. I II .

l'lndny |'.irt For : Troop 603: 3:15: ; Troop Chapman Two new Super Sport beauties
TADHLAC-OLISMUILE: : Too. Both Chevelfe
SALES &' Johnson & Faris, Inc. Ocala Chrome 60rt. 4:30: ; Troop 6O7. :30.: County Office Manager S3 300: ; model' tW on
: Gslncs,1fl.. 376-1312 I I for the Bradford ASC -a hardtop and convertible n special' flU-cornerinic chawis. A -
Vice Selection! of Used Cars Tuesday Call to Prayer fully
Taken On Cadillac TradeiC0 441 N Stock Yard Complete Line of Plating, Inc. and Self Denial program! In County Committee< propelled by nothing less than the ynchronKed 3-.rxwl. transmusion wHh -

l N. W. 13th. nt. 441 (II.tnpST'I: : !' Copp NVKet! CrtromlTun 'the Sanctuary.. 10 am. Cub]I new Turbo-Jet 396 V8. floor-mounte l stick shift is lUndanl. Or

l'EItTn.l.f.tKSIn..II..d.r'. Cadmium. Metal! FinlshlniOi Scout Park 7O meet In .sung R ..p IXT. .:.>TI,...\. you can ord r a 4-f!'ed or .Po"WJlid
PIIOJE 3'II-Un .Suptr.. 'com Buffln lowship Hall. 7:30.: Fel-//I TO Hri.i: ..r..:n VICT. riot aS This remarkably efficient power plant t. -also Strato-bucket front seals.

DODGE n\RT_ \ulomatic, Transmission We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' ANTIQUE n.F..' "S<1 \"f'ln.lnyrrlm"ry and I I S'I... ,. I>.,'PI W>"I:.:lv"n 'thai' j.ith aircraft-type valves deep-breath console and full S3 instrumentation.. cwnUr

DODGE TRUCKS :324: NW 8th AverilONE Sn.VMt.! : BR\SH. COPPER Junior Choir practice. : ; I in. .....1_.......... under the pr>. ing ports and other design advance: Your Chevrolet dealer is the
BalPar1&Bervlce 372-OI7I Indtutrtal hard!" Chrome Prayer :Meeting 7pm. 3U// .vl,.IIq l ..' I'hnixer J0.'51 |..... develops 325 hp in the standard < how tn .. t place to
feeL l
: City AttomaticTransmisskn JS3t NE? ZfHl A"'.. OcaU i mission version. And you're welcome'
Pependbks I'cril t.-A Onln.,mlllp Flu.ADIKS on Membership t., with this Clerk. nf ih. Clr-1 to order '" heel.He s a (great believer

Poole-Gable Motors Obi aU-IIII! h t tTYI'WIUTfnS i KvanKellnm 8 p.m. .lilt, "'0""'. In ... \'eDLotl-i if )uu'ruEu in letting the
) :: 'viARCherry': .F' Thur. Oct. 28 Chancel "10""'''. Fl..rirt' ... upon re'...ipt 'f I inclined.! cujtomers j
119 8. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville Inc. '; $.reo, ..I p'.shilcolloo. of tliI. .1w'. I III. handle the mercipndue.\ -
H Choir reheanal. 7::.TO ... :
PIIOVE 372.4343' p.m. the rk-tltlou. ....... of r>><'. .
Sat. Oct. 30MYF Trickor liea. tr xhop under which I ,
Repair A. F.uhann amen
Hancock Office .... See the '
I Treat for UNICEF.:- 6 d m busmen at til *. new 66 Chevrolet Cr\eveMe '
Tropical Pontiac All Makes and Model : p.m. M'"MI. ttt. "t.r". Florid.. ,I ..
lltrCKS X CARS O.unrsvlll.'A MOAt Fashionable) EQUIPMENT )1... l+..l.r t........ SI* 9. Mrr- I Chevy Corvair and Corvette
1 ;' Inc. Address >\ Rmlth-Coron utnortsed\ < IX)N<1 IIKIIHiK) :'TIMTPI.N II. Mt. M ark.. Klorlda ioI!. owir at your dealer'sWALT
>r Ladies -
Dyanomcter Pre-Tented Dealer RP.\ )\'.\ .r .1 -- ,L .

TRUCK OMC CENTER: UR ISSIOCI'I'ITS'OlU.TUtSlfV: :: ,\T Clary'I.TfttaltaAddl $ >ate.l till. ISIS, her A. r> .
WORK at lOt.tko. H,
r.t'ARANTEKIl-,; <-
M.vhlr The Long Bridge Baptist'
I : 5. Cah-uUton "rot ("us'.y.. P1nrM. t
: PONTIAOI Bl'Ur.tT: rl.\S S'E.tftAC'FS SALES -SERVICE- REWTALf! Chuch will start its Revival I.,,, lip II It HULICK
I SAVE: TIME dfcwwu.. with fish 5-3O CHEVROLET INC.
jtoor r* a fry at :
p.m. :
N.W 8th Ave. OalnwvllleS 1409 fl :Main SI I R I F.M iilrrmrnl ..utlt t' SDI. ... .:.....
with o tt..t.S Sumfciy. (VI :21 Dinner Mill. ,
"'- :$ : t IreMlt t.S. Mrodi.r'.i
aJ"UJe 31.JI9I I to) W Onl\eraty( flsnessWe! :!9 N. Mitn St O"Int'"Uk be aen'ed on the grounds fol t ...,.. .......... .. c........, j .'"'r. So :301. :North Starke. Flu :32091

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Chuck Steak u. 69xU .


r r .r Smoked PICNICS Shoulder Roast ". 79* .

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Plate Stew 29
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Extra Good 7 LB BOX MAPLE HILL THK REG 394 4 Con* PllUbury or Bolhml Cmm .

i' Lb. WIENERS. 39' u,. 3* :
6S2 LB Cup BKESTONE Cnl'aa* .
, TEAKS.: .
CHEESE l 45'

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Peanut Butter 79s .
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Jacksonville, Florida !-j 9ICApetergent 29

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wF IGIN Tissue 19
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FIG BARS . 390 C. S. CORN 8/$1. COFFEE
lUG 21* '2Vt CAN. ASTOR SLi OR HLVS PEG 35* 46., LIBBY ft 1G.
C t APPLE SAUCE 8/$1. PORK & BEANS 4/$1. rutv.
RFC 2'21f' "303 CAN STOKCLY PEG 49< 18 o'. DEEP SOUTH PPE AVn SAVE 20'

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heart Is far from Him. If we. of nine or ten years of age Mrs. C. W. Buff of Jackson- I man and son were Sunday Plastic Notebooks ,:2.2O at the pumplnw I complete underground stations with sewage.force, the h. hall required forfeit bond tlepoult. fnllln. *_which llii'il

as ministers of the Oospel today learn the teps that ''WIll make ''YUle, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mooreof guests of hi.. parents, Mr. and Telegraph. main.* and modification to iix- dated il.imuicM.. Thv( BI<1 Bond
Christ Is j do not warn of these her a maiden or a lady In St. Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Norman.L. Utlnir pumping .tntlc>n*. and Performance. fond art* required -

'I things then Wit are teachingfor waiting. On the whole! it la a Mrs. Ernest Moore of New C. Sapp returned home :>TICK: OKT I%'1'1'11"0'11: All accordance work performed. with. the ehnll planx bIn agency of to be the. secured surety from or Ineur-an

doctrines [the command- very good thing\ for boy and Bethlethem, Pa. were all guestsof Saturday from a business trip 0 IIKIilMTKKNollre:<< :%.,II F/c.I..U: F 11 MpHClfIcatloim, anil,, ,'Ollt r"1, documentH Juice cumpuny which Mffenry

The Answer mental of men). girls alike. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whlte- to Sun Juan for General' Motors !I. liernby given that. pertalnlnic"" thereto, hall hnve an established plac
which b. examined. at the of bueln.M In the State. of Flor-
The next meeting of the litod Sunday:! afternoon. of JuukHonvlIle.Mm. F'<".. ,underitlKnff'ii, under the pro- may
By The world today Jieurs a office at the City Clerk. City atStarke. Ida. and b. duly licensed to con-
f Brooker Junior High PTA will Birth Announcement vmlonii. of Chapter. :20,93.1 Latvxof
the onlyOrospel Klorlil.and at the Office duet bualnesa therein
social while
tiospel"; Cassie Alvarez and
Florida, Actu/! of lt! ll.I : willr.giut.r
be held In ,the school lunch- I Reynold, Smith and Bach bid Until b. addressed
Rev. Charles Harvey that 'dsptla;! !sin Is the Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Leon duugtiteiH, Mary and Kathy Jo, | with (the Clerk or the 11111.., Arthltect and Eimlrmel to the City Council, City ofStnrkv.
blood\ bought gospel! of Christ room' on Thursday, (Oct. 28. Underhill are the proud par- Mrs.,! Bernlte Jonuu... and daughter Circuit Cuurt In and. for Brail IIIW) !) Boulevard. Center. Drive' "'Iurhl... and marked.
Pastor First Baptist Church: ,I, for It Is the power of Owl unto At thla meeting final plans for ents of a gill I, Linda Efenl&e.born I Patsy and Miss. Carol I furU. County of .proof' h'lurltlJ.of ptilillout upun receipt ..-f (I'oct. Office Box, 4H&0)). Juck- "Municipal: deweruirr' Improvement -
salvation to that the Halloween Carnival, 'to beheld Monday, Oct. 11, In the rirlltloun .on\IIle.1o'I"rl..1&. Plan and Prog-ruin, "city of Stark.,
the nameof
everyone thin notice
Hahn attended the homecoming -
Lawtey Fla. the,
I itpeclflratlona may be purohnne.ilfrum Klorlila and ilellvernl to
_____ I believeth. Romans 1:16.: And:! on the 30, will be made Bradford County Hospital. toudonis. Merle Norman Cusmatlc .
Friday ufHtarke.
n parade in Gainesville and 0.autyShoppu )(,)'lIulol.. smith and 11111. office of the City Clerk. City
i Paul further wrote under Inspiration and carried out. afternoon. I Ktuillo tit.Hturke for, the stun of per *..t. Florida either bY'' a r..
117 8. Thoinpnun"
Jesus spake of the Pharisees that shall he also reap.; And of the Holy Ghost The Brooker Garden Club .vvYYvyyvvwwvvyvvwyHEILBRONN. I Flu. the coal of one *.t of plan and pre>entatlv/ uf the Bidder who
during His earthly ministry, he that souetli to the flesh the will meet in ,the Community Miss Patsy Jones, Carol Mr. and Mm. Arthur U l.i.u- upei'lflcatlon will be refundable hull obtain a receipt therefor
In this shall of the flesh corrup- l I "If any man. yea even Rahn and Mary and Kathy Jo Jr. 1304 W. Pratt rlt,I to Oeneral Contractor. who submit or by registered. mall with return -
and the Scribes manner reap 'I Holy Angel preach any other Center on Monday Oct. 18, instead don. bona. fide. bids, upon returnIn receipt' requeued.The ..
': "This people honoreth me tion; but hs that soweth to the Alvarez attended Gator Growl Htrke, Fin. ownlru.Dated condition with ten. ((1U>
Gospel; other than we have of it's regular meeting this 13th day of 0<- 0.t. Kood City reiiervea. it,. rIght to
with their lips, but their heart Spirit shall of the Spirit reap: preached let such a man know night. }.Ir.... Pearl Markey, pres- Friday night. l A. L'. met .HI, I Hturko. Bradford day after old openingIndivi. .- waive informaltlva In any I d..

1 Is far' from me, teaching for life everlasting." Gal 8:7: 8. the curse of God Is upon him." ident would like to extend a By Mrs.Mrs.Bill A. C.KedtlKhAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.4A.AAA4 ToddAnd Mrs. Marshall' Carlton was .."ti ty. Florida." .in/It 4t 11/4 dual cop partial h.. of .the..U! .p.lrl..U..n..nd of "rawlnll.nuy to rvjuct In part any,or.with all bIde or In without wholeor

doctrines the commandments So people may stand and Gill. 1: 8. 9. My prayer Is that cordial: invitation to everyone honored Friday evening witha be procured for $..DO per,00Y ""U"". and /or to accept the bid.
of men." And in that same instant sing/ the songs of Zion withoutever ever. reader will resolve to to attend and take part in stork shower at the home of si-siio:<< '\ I- S*"I' 0'011' and, $0.50 per .hi..ei, re that In Ita JUolam.,1, will be for

He declared. "They do realizing the Holiness of honor God with, heart service thin. much needed club. Future Mrs. Aubrey Todd (Hellbronn IIII1M "...ctl"v not refundable.A 'the brut Interrnt. uf the City of
Church activities .. .
I : Sunday Ml :10.t. IlI'i.s'.rd < Bid Uond properly. .,,"'U/.I Starke, Florida.
worship me in vain. Mark God or the requirements of and that Includes giving and meetings will be held on the School, 10 a.m.; Morning Wor- Pastorlum) with Mrs. Jimmy I : \ ..: ineltob'IIrHP4.I : :' by the Uldder and by .> quail- I Attention I I. railed to the fart

7:0.: 7.It God. Have. you ever stood and living for Christ. Yes. Christ third Tuesday of the month ship, 11 a.m.; Training Union, Simmons, Mrs. Bill Green and (.'''1 : Is none the less true today sung. "All to Jesus I Surrender 1 Is the answer! unless otherwise announced. 6:30: (Mrs. Frank Norman as co- Cannier. cheek on any Nationalor of the sewer llnea may b. deleted .
p.m.; Evening Worship HKAI.HI' PKOt'OMAUt' will ,he State Hank In a mini not from the work to hold the,
for men and women will ? Have ever truly given Leonard hoHtes Mrs. Green registered
you (Mr. and Mrs. R. B. 7:30: p.m.; Mid-Week Prayer received by the City Clwrk. City I.! .,.. than, five percent ((6%( ) .f com of the project) ..thln the
actually stand and sing-, "0, Him your heart? Have you YYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyBROOKER and boys have moved from Service 7 p.m.; Choir practice, guests and Mrs. Simmons of Mturke, Florida until TOO: p. th. amount made payable t* available fund.. The extent. of
How I Love Jesus" and In realized you as all people. are Brooker to Tampa. Mr. Leon- 7:45 was in charge of games. Mrs m (Eimtern!:, standard. Time) onNovember the City of "Htarke.. Klorldu, the deletions will ... determined
: p.m. 2. 1X16. .mid publiclyopened niuxt accofnpany each "bid a.. aguarantee ... qulrkly' .. potnlble .after bid
Him In need of a
truth have never honored sinful lost and ard has taken a job there with Todd served punch and cake ,
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Eubanka thereafter at' the .p"cl..1on ) thai I ihe Didder will are approved.
by really confessing Him as Saviour? Have you told the McKenzla Tank Llnea. We from the crystal bowl with that dale for addition, and not withdraw from the conipetltlon I CITY COUNCIL
Saviour and lord. People have Son of God In confession that wish them much success and son of Panama City spent nuts and mints to guests pres- City Council Meeting, to li* h.hlIm..rov.lTl..nU after upenlnir the tids, OP TUB
as Jesus said. a form of wor.btp' you are a sinner' ? Have you By Betty ]tabon.AAAAAAAAAAAh4AAAAAAA the weekend with Mr. and to. th. municipal. and In the event. the contract I I. CITY OP MTAHKK FI ent.
will visit
there, but hope they Mrs. Jimmy Simmons. ..unitary .vweraic yMtvm conwlHtlnMr awarded to th. Bidder, he' will. :Merrill I Kdwarde,: .
it to strictly lip worship asked Html! to come Into your Brooker once In awhile. uf approximately I R within ten (10)) day. thereafter. CITY C-L.KUK!:
: and not of the heart. Heart and save you? If not. Bill Jones left Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Nor mile. at a Ind.r..vlly/ ewer, enter Into co .....ct and furnlah 10/14 3t IIIln

Such worship Ls false; nothing don't you see, beloved that Tenth Birthday I'urty I by plane for the Bahamas ,

less than sheer mockery of you cannot stand and truly Master Dwight Green, son with ,;
where he will be working -
God but 00:1: warns with sing "All to Jesus I surren- of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green -
Glass Co. on :
the Owens-Illinois
these stern words' "Be not deceived der"? For unless we !Rive Him i celebrated his tenth birthdayon that Island. He expects: to be'' LET'S GO TO THE BIG

for God Is not mocked.Per our heart we are only honorIng Saturday afternoon with a
five or six months with _ w.
whatsoever. man soweth, I 'him with our lips, but our party at his home About 19 of: gone I
occasional weekend trips home.
Dwlgtit'8 small friends enjoyed;
The Brooker 4-H Club met I
playing In the spacious yard.
at the Community Center on
on the swing set and playing I II
individual games during the Wednesday night. FOOTBALL GAME 9( *
I II Ernest Lester spent Satur-
afternoon. Airs. Green served I ;

50 TRADEINon I, and the punch.youngsters Then birthday Dwight open-cake'I with day night Mr. and In Mrs.Louinburd Johnny, N.:Me-C. _

his gifts and all had a good Ohee.yyVVvvyyyYTV7VYVV. I II

your old heater I time. I .
:New River Hii|>llst .\m'n., I I

REGARDLESS OF I The New held River Its meetings Baptist Association on- Kingsley Lake FRIDAY, OCT. 22-8:00 P. M. :

Monday and Tuesday of this
i \
MAKE OR CONDITION week at the Ralford Baptist v. #

.,,. 4r frpm ', were in Church the Church four afternoons and,sessions respectively tha Brooker and in all two There Baptist two in-, 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJCHURCH Airs.Phone E. M.BIS-2081 Nortes I Till' U HUB vs. I'll' \ H'M' '' \ ,!

I the evenings. New committees 9 t A '
I and new moderators and etc.
1 1I The Solaro II it a compact(water were appointed and elected Kingsley Lake Baptist BRADFORD HIGH STADIUM A

with con ot*> styling and design during ,the sessions held in Church: Sunday School 9:45a. : ---- -I _

to odd beauty to any room.Woi RaIford. The sermon on Monday m. Morning Worship 11 a.

t-high finger-tip controls for I I i| was given by Kcldcr Ro m.. Training Union 8:13: p. m. SEE 'EM IN ACTION FRIDAY NIGHT Falcon, Quarterback t',

convenience. Giv* uniform,comfortable Evening Worship 7::39( p. m.

; healthful heat I wan.On Midweek prayer Service, Wednesday
\ V ; Tucanuy tnere were more
OEL right,down to floor I 7:30: p. m. Choir practice
business! meetings. and, reports
7110-L 8:30: ( p. m. Rev. B. T. Pea-
given with a Missionary sermon vy, pastor "Come let us worship -
byV.. A. Hogan in the together."

afternoon. On Tuesday' night
Beulah Baptist Church:
COMPACT, CONSOLE STYLE final reports, introduction of d ,
new Associational officers and Sunday 10 a. m. Morning ic -3c ic cI
Worship 11 a. m. Training Union -
OIL HOME HEATER a Doctrinal Sermon were giv
6:30: p. m. Evenli Worship -
en. B. T. Peavy was speaker
7:30: p. m. Mliweelc Prayer 4
of the evening Associational Service Wednesday 7:30: p. ,A
I Officers were WMU PresidentMrs.
m. Rev. B. L. Tnusart. pastor
1 a. S. Martin; Sunday Everyone welcome. U -
Hciiool! Superintendent Rev
AUTOMATIC AIR.FEED f:1 James Temple; Training/ Union F. J. Saunders of Penney .
I .
Director -0. L. Jarvis; Mrs. RuyMilicI' .
AND CIRCULATING FAN Farms visited I A, \
I Brotherhood President< 1'':. M. ,
(STANDARD Thursday afternoon. I I .
Norton; Music Director -Jam. ,
T Mrs. Minnie Norton of Daytona :
i I QUAKERS Automatic Air-Feed es V. Crosby. Bench and Mrs. Trudy
sup. (1.\'N, J{.\'N, and Sunheiiiim I .
pile the exact amount of air to burner Norton of Jacksonville were ic .c cic

.t all times, assuring highest burning Every': other Tuesday, the weekend, guests of Mr. and

fficiency lowest fuel cost. younger/ set of Brooker gatherat Mis. E. M. Norton and family -

I QUAKERS Automatic Circulating Fan the Brooker Baptist Churchto Mrs. Al Crosby Mrn. Davis ic

I ,urns itself off and on circulates learn anti enrich their aassett! and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson i

'/j more heated air than ordinary minds through the QA's, RA's, all of 'Starke. were

S Heater. Circulates heat throughout the and the Sunbeam Qualified Wednesday\ luncheon guests of

I home. AUTOMATIC AIR-FU9"IT'S ) teachers are on hand to see Mrs. Chester Wood. 6 .

'that these young people learn Mr. andi: Mrs. George W. : TUley, (;uard

the things that will make Brown spent the weekend In Fullback (;odwin Tackle
Agner ,
them better citizens of tomor Ocala as guests! of Mr. and

row. They not only learn the Mrs. Larry M. Stover.Mr. .

learning to get along
Cheiwer and children attendedthe -

434 W. Call Street Phone 961.4321 with others. It's very Interesting Cheaser! Reunion in :FoUa- 17 I Oct. 22 Palatka .
I ,I to watch a young girl ton Oa last Sunday. Sept. Macclenny 0 Starke 24 Home

: Mrt and Mrs J, M. Warren Sept. 24 Santa Fe 6 Starke 28 I Oct. 29 Live Oak Home
and daughter of Jacksonville. I
tIt Oct. 1 St. 6 Starke 13 Nov. 5 Fernandina
and Mrs. V H Appleby of Augustine Away

f Itf Jacksonville guests Brarhwere or Mr. and Saturday Mrs.J. -.t Oct. 8 Orange Park 0 Starke 41 Nov. 12 Lake City Home

LOW-COSTAUTO LOANS L. Bradley aivi family. Oct. 14 New Symrna 14 Starke 51 Nov. 19 Green Cove Away
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forehand -

I and children' and Mr

of and Jacksonville Mrs Hessle were Forehand Sunday all This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters--

afternoon guests! of HI\ r. and

I Mrs. Ray Miller and fumUy
4.ri Mrs. Eima: Rltrsn/ left Saturday I CANOVA PHARMACYPhone SEE: : 1'0l1T THE CAME: COOl; ) LUCK!

iZt for Chicago. 111., where I Goodman's Service Station HURST'S 66

she wlll spend several weeks 961.4661 Stnrkf', Fla.
Seeber flood; man. Owner' SERVICE
because of the Illness of her STATION
Cult; .Products.' Goodyear' Tires* & flatteries
? \v
niece, Mrs. Betty Oumnverson. CARL HURST\
: St.
I 105 K. Madison
C. !
E. M. )Norton visited M. u. S. 301 So. Starke. Florida
Hartley In Jackionville last
Tue80."Ia Y. also hli I nephews. ,
't lie A Booster<< For The TornadoeSHUFORD'S
Tommy Rhodon who 1/ a patient -
in at Lukes- Hospital.and "JIEST WISHES TOI1NAIOES"TIMLOG =" :

i. Edwin Hartley who( was a INC. SERVICE STATIONITS STANDARD
patient In St. Vincent Hos ,

pital.M T. Hickey of Jacksonville I 5 :Mile! South on :301'Let'a I

visited Mrs. Mary Ship- DENMARK FURNITURE
Have Another. Winning Season"EDWARD'S
man" and Mrs Elma Rings last COMPANY

Thursday evening
No fUll and feathers gelling your auto loan herd 1 Popular Miss Judy Miller pent GROCERY BEST: WISHES FROM: J. THOMASREALTORWe're

for th' .ir monty-iaving low bank coif our bank auto loan Thursday night and Friday as

ir* quickly arranged .easy to repay out of income.. guests of Miss Sharon Bryan Independent Telephone VOLLEY STARLING
,isbn you buy com in and apply! and family of Hellbronn l Proud Of Our Coaches and Team

Tull, fUlgils' quickly and gladly Springs. Corp. of Fla. GROCERY BILL
given, : Mr. and :Mrs Cecil 'Whitehead EDWARDS
without obligation. and daughters- were In
Green Cove Springs on business -Yes, Yes. We're Behind You STARKE 66 SERVICE
last Saturday. Tornadoes"NOEGEL'S

Mr and Mrs. Jim Solpie
of Jacksonville spent AUTO SALESLet's It. Johnson" HAIL TO TilE CHAMPS: '

from Thursday through Saturday I BEST WISHESPRESCOTT H. C. WALL INC.
aa guests of Mr. and ,


Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Crews SERVICECOMPLIMENTS

: BANK AT STARKE Sunday attended, a near birthday Crosby< dinner Lake ,: SUPPLY : : CHEER YOU ON TO VICTORY

4 honortna Mrs. Lear NetUea on I
her 77th birthday. i's Get Going Team I ILAWSON'S COMMUNITY STATE BANK CHARLEY E. JOHNS
: .On. of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group
W R. Townsend left Friday
for Lakeland where be will
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I I .
I i visit relatives for<< several' days
.1 I I Mrs. Lucille Stoughton and i -



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TAIlItE. nORmA Tiini. r>4v. OCT. it. 1':;<65a <

"1 New Federal Housing Law Makes Mayor Beasley Council Moves I Jacksonville Girl Reports Being

KEYSTONE TransferredTo To Collect Fees
: Easier Public Told
Home-owning Clay HospitalM. For Sign PermitsIn
.i Raped Near Gold Head ParkA

HIGHLIGHTS I Home ownership has been treat to the Federal Housing L Beasley. mayor of a meeting held Monday

made more easily obtainablefor Administration which generally I t Keystone Heights, entered. night the Keystone eit ; I A teen-age Jacksonville girl the ignition key was gone' and
the general public servicemen deals with the mortgage' Clay County Hospital at Greet Council acted: to enforce col. was criminally assaulted had made her way about A

By Emily Thomasl and farmers by the new lender bulkier, and broker. I Cove Springy lost week following lCCtlolof! its ordinance requiring I Thursday Oct 14. on a dirt quarter of a mile down the dirt
federal housing law, S. E. Mc- One of the objectives of the his return home from a sign permit and fee, road: about one-half. mile south road to highway :21 when she
>'> Kay president of the Brad- National Association of Real ; Colorado where he- WAS Injured on all highway signs. The of' Gold Head Branch State was sighted by the driver of u.

ford-Clay Board of Realtors Estate Boards and Bradford- r in an automobile accident chief of police was Instructedto Day 473-4666 Nile 473-4589 pointed out this. week. Clay Board of Realtors was to on Ot 9 while on a hunting draw up a list of all existing The girl about 19. told investigating the gate office at Gold

'I Few peinuns. are aware ol Insure the widest passible ownership : trip there l highway signs so that ap- Clay County; offlcers head Park.

(ARROW ESCAPE butte from their friends I the new benefits for which they of real property said Beasley! was originally placedin propilate' action may be taken she had left her home in Park atteruianU: called the

Last weekend was quite an throughout the day. : are eligible under the law McKay adddng "Three out of the hospital at Pueblo The meeting Initially scheduled Jacksonville and waa driving Clay County Shei'If fa office.
for Married In Louisville. Ky. on since mart of the at five Americans their Colo, with. back and i for October
coin one your corre- publicity own own a Injury 12. was postponed to work early Thursday morn Almost hysterical! the girl
ant, what with home- Oct. 14. 1906. the Walratha the time of Congressional consideration homes and It is programs like / r numerous cuts and bruises, I until the later date due big when a man. holding a described her owallant o.t

nar at the University of1or1da. that lived in Conneautvllle. and the signing by these that help make this pos
house guests, and a Pa., where he was employed. President Johnson in August sible." was !immediately' taken to Clay I. Mayor M. L. Beasley being behind her In the car and was. taken by deputies to u
tttlesnake. The latter a dlaict Prior to their marriage Mrs concerned other features said County Hospital, were his In- hospitalized from Injuries suffvreji forced her to drive out on the private physician in Green
surprise made Its ap- Walrath. the former Ina Kay, McKay. Of Interest to the gen Bradford-Clay 1 asL Jury Is under observation by !::! In An automobile accident expressway! Cove

rance when our daughter of Vine drove Ky.. graduated eral public is the law's reduction physicians. and another councilman After taking over control or WIUthe help of bloodhounds -
peed on It while runNnCrough from Aabury College in Wll- of the minimum down Realtors Elect The accident which Involvedthe being absent. from the city. JUT car the man drove : Clay County Deputies

the woods which border more Ky.. and was working asa payment required for Fedral) New OfficersThe camper truck In which In other business the council through Lake City Gainesville trucked the! man down. the

our backyard. The reptile I aeoretary with a business Housing Adminiatration-Wur I Beastey the driver, and four passed.. a rraolutlon! to make Melrose and Keystone: Height dirt rood from where the glrl'.i

ur1ng over five feet in I firm in Louisville She noted ed financing of homes appraised Bradford-Clay Board of' other hunting companions land owned by the city adjacent to the cart: road oft State Road car was founi: parked to the

ngth and five Inches in dla- that their! wedding took placeat in excess of S20.0OO, ha Realtors met Monday night. .I were traveling was cuiwedwlien to the Keystone Airport 21 whore, the girl sold the edge of Stats. Rowd :31 whero
eter, was apparently backing I 1.. m. in the privuu stated on the basis of Information Oct 11, at the Green Cove a ire blew out and overturned available to the State Hood crime took place about Jxxxv l h. apparently hitched a rid.

n the warm sun Sunday of ter- boarding home for young received from the National Springs Motor Inn Restaurant, the camper several Department for use as a way-. Sobbing the attractive bru- The invvstUriitlun ls continuing
j on after a large meal and women in which she lived In Association of Real Es with. eight members and two times The other occupants of fide park Councilman Walt rnette told officers she "passed .

resulting ohigglnahness 11.ou.lavUole. because the train tate Boards, of which the guests present the vehicle all from Keystone Thomas lead a letter from the out" during the attack and

vas the major factor in Its I to Pennsylvania !left. early and Bradford-Clay Board is a Purpose of the special meeting Heights were unhurt although Keyston' High' School Annual I that the man wall gone when Lake Homes

allure to make a atrike at the Mr. Walrath had to be back at member. called br: President S E. the camp was a total I Staff requesting the city to she came to. She could not

intruder much to our prayerful I work. She added that none ol Prior to the new law, the I McKay was Joe the election of Miss Parker lorn. take a full-pane ad 11th,. start Urn car she said because Entered In
| relief The net result' the other girls in the boarding i officer school annual The council
was The
minimum down payment required following. persona Weds Mr. Keystone AreaTwo ..
lone home ever knew why breakfast BruceIn authorized Thomas
of to
case frazzled nerves for an FHA-tnaured were elected to hold office In Lions Induct place an
lesaon well learned by a i was late that morning loan under Its Section 203b( ) the organization for the 1SHJ5M Jacksonville advertisement costing not Better Schools canes of breaking and
|young lady and | Mr. Walrath also graduated New Members more! than $33 in the
one set of six program was three per cent of year, each with a one-year ; publication. Group Elects entering occurred' during the
[rattles and a button, the! lat- ''t' from Asbury College and mel the first 13,000, of appraisedvalue term: Daryl W Davis president Miss Mary Catherine Park Talk Clubhouse past week. in the Keystone
Iter thanks to sharpshooter his future !bride at a houae- (en cent ; Mrs. Hilda" Neth vicepresident daughter of Mr and Mr. Keystone PTA president WIl- New OfficersThe area
per on that I I
'1 Keystone party given at the home of one liam Baker appealed' at the
assistant principal and. Mrs Charlie Thomas Parker of Lions Club Thieves
part of value from S13.0OO: to ; Melba K. Zone chap n14at1 I entered the Frank
lubert White. of her friends, who is now her I2O.OOO and 23 Ilgen. secretarytreasurer.Preasdentelect Jacksonville formerly of Keystone Robert Belya of Orange Park rru-ettint to protest the remove) Better Schools Committee Snrad) re.ldent-e on Lake
per cent on ..
MTII sister-in-law. Heights and Theodore of a patrolman) from the ... .hoolcro..lnw of Clay
] ANNIVERSARY value In excess of 120,000. Mc- Davis was was InstaUlrur officer" for three County held an Brooklyn sometime between: 9
I OBSERVED BY WALR.-\T1ISI]I' The Waliaths have one surviving Kay explained that the new :nixnatej, as the Board's voting Allen Bruce Jr.. son of Mr new members of the Keystone on Lakevlew DilveIHUthwav election of officers, and dU- a. m. and 5 p. m. Monday and:
Mr and Mrs. Frank M. WalJraths. son. Laurence, who lives law reduces the down delegate to the Florida Association and: !Mrs. Theodore Allen Bruce Heights L4oin. Club at the regular I / 211 He stated that cussed Immediate problem" sane a television net valued at
l f Sr.. who celebrated ttirlr'60th ':i in Washington, D. C They on the value above payment of Realtors Annual of Jacksonville, were united In mivtlnit' hold on Monday !the warning signal which was faring the county srtuiol system I10O.Mometlme.

(.I, wedding anniversary last !i i have ee en grandchildren.' $20.000 to 20 "In ComenUon. held In Hollywood marriage\ Saturday evening night Oct 11, In the MuiilclMl recently 11.tall..jnot\ suffl- at the second meeting o! last week the
1(Thursday were the recipients'! Frank M. Walrath. in. ALuka per cent last weekend. James H Mc- Oct 17. at 7:30: o'clock In Terry | BulliUni\ dent to slow the traffic at the the Ud -ild .school term, Monday \ Spring lAke home of Mrs W

{t of many gifts ar i floral trl- (Continued on nut Page) other words,at formerly a house Enrhern!: war named as the Parker Baptist Church New member are Jack peak<< rroasliiit hours. and that night In the Hrhool Board! J. Foley was. visited by thieves

t appraised I3O.OOO would Board representative to the Jacksonville with Rev, JamesW Bannon. Hubeit White and : an officer was girded to con- office at Green Cove Bprirurs. who. stole a blen rr aril! el*>c-
l I require a minimum down pay. National Association of Real Oppert officiating. BUI Phillips, all of whom haveN'c'f'nlJy rol pedestrian and vehicular Officers for the coming year trio Ice clamber elrrtrlo! : can-
ment of S3.4&O. Now. thedown ton! reinvention slated to beheld Baskets of white gladioli moved. Into the area traffic at that lo 'atloii. The are John llrllmuth. of Orange opener and general nousrtuuhl"

", payment will be $2,050: In Chicago next month chrysanthemums, and baby's Following" ttie installation council authot lard the chief of Park prmldrnt; Itlchard Ixjvout. Items. Value of the! articles:
t! a reduction of I5UO," he John W Kolh. of Tucker breath against a background Belyea IIlx'ke| Oil "Ruik. hig aOlubhou. police/ to attend' the |'TAneetlng Keyatotte Heights, vice. stolen from UM Foley" home
stated. Brothers. Inc.. of Jacksonville of nrhtrd tapers were used ......" In which he out tonight err' -l altenrl president. and Mm Opal was CHtlmaUMt between $00 and
The maximum mortgage gave an Informative talk In decorating the church. lined the raiulimuents an to work out a satisfactory noil Reed Oirru Cove Springs sec., 1100

amount available. under the on "Conventloned Financing Traditional nuptial music adequate structure to fulfil Uon to the problem! retary I The burglaries.. are under

." lo'IIA insurance program is Methods" and distributed pro. was presented by Al I Wash- community nerds a'* well as Auditor. Bradley. and Tllpett I A recommendation wash I Investigation.MURRHEE. .
S30.00O for a single family grams anj registration forms burn. organist and Thomas thane of the local. Lien Club of Orren. Cove Bprinmi < -"wn up to bt presented. U|'

Purchasing AgentExtraordinary I house, he said, adding that for the Florida Association of Clayton. and Patrick Page. There was a dim tHnljii!; tt the wpm appointed to du UM clty'i the Clay County Zoning Board '

\ A'That's realtors who are member of Mortgage Brokers Convention' soloists. relative merits of the group/ auditing work. City attorney which would require a dove-

the Bradford-Clay Hoard had to be held In Jacksonville, OlvMi in marriage by her having Its own clubhouse. and torwirk Anderson. was tiistritc- toper to deed land for future.
r listings of houses in this price Nov 11-13 He urged' attendance father, the bride wore a floor plans are under comitdei'atlon tejl: ) to draw up a proclamation school construction In proportion Insurance Agency

Mom! range, as well a. complete details at this educational program length gown of white bridal" I at this time for ctmntructlon for the municipal election to true also of .the development

(1 on the program. Servicemen relating to "IA, VA taffeta and import'; Chantilly by the local. club. scheduled. for December 7 City In the fiMnimUin. It was General Insurance

will benefit under the conventional and private' financing lace. The fitted bodite was enhanced EYE: WIIJ.H CU i k Joy linker was Instruct brought out that after land "KI'V"I.TV', :M\-

law by an Increase in the by a round neckline AddItional donor pledges of rl to obtain necneiary poll was developed Into large subdivisions .KINK AUTO-BON 1X4
maximum mortgage amount and sprays. of appUqufxt lace eyw to Uv North Florida Eye: woikers for the election property values In
".vrot..... llalrhta 47S-47Hrt:
permissible and by lower down outlined with corded embroidery Jeanne O Ikumld- the surrounding areas vastly

payments under another FMA NEWS NOTES and seed ,,...rllt. RI..".. awn and C Edward Duiialdsnn Keystone PTA Increased. over" the valuta prior

Insurance program solely for tapered to Calls Illy points obtained by Marshall To Hear TynesClay to the development, and the KEYSTONEDriveIn

/ serviceman (Section 2221', said By Helen Lass: 1)the" wrists, and the bell. DutialdMNt; MU Eileen: Baker. ohoul board! was forced to pay
: t the Board of Realtors president shapnd; skirt featured sprays obtained by Jack Jackson; Mr.. Inflated. .price for property for Theatre
They can now obtain an of lace with corded embroidery and Mrs Louis E. Peeler obtabwd County Hohool Hui>er-' school localliwjs.>> the alt. of
and outline of seed pearls and lnten. dent Jesse P will the school .being determined. by I
FHA-4nsured mortgage loan Of lifers and members of the! by George Hrhaeffer: Tynes
"M" in for the she'
many cent up to $30.000. Instead of AAKP Chapter enjoyed a ape-I I 'iridescent Her. elbow length and Hubert JJ White atvl Mrs.Nancy be the featured. speaker! at a population In the area and by )Frl. Sat.. (Ore 22. 2:1:
Hated u.. chopping smartly making fJO.OOO as formerly with down clol luncheon un Orl 14 when veil of illusion was secured bya : O. White obtained" by meeting of the. Keystone PTA the requirement of the ae

; every penny count! That's Mom. payments the same as the the Area IV Vice President I regal crown of pearls and White tonhrht IThurxlayl at '::300'. emulation rornniltU'e. lucre :

the purchasing agent vte love above scale, except that on and Klorkia Field Director's crystals The bridal bouquetwas Bye Conservation Ctmlr- clock In the arlMxJ' linwltroom, are a ruimtwr of counties that ,

with a shopping cart and a now for the portion of value over representative, Lloyd II. Gardner a cavatie of white butterfly man fkhaeffrr reports. that. A report will be given by co- have use> the sutxtlvlnVr-do
bargains: of orchids, centered with a anyone desiring a lifetime rhah-nian mores altos on limited (mid ..y..nto. good ef-
120.OOO their down paymentwill Largo, wis guest speak I
be 15: per c.nt.lcK.y .r. Cattleya orchid' on a whit membership to the Lk'...' FUw- the llalluwren Carnival to be rent
Ever wonder how Mom doe It how .he keep ) amid that a new mortgage Mrs. Axel Malmgran. Bible a gift of the YountWormers I Ida Fouitdatlon for the Blind held Ort 30 at the city park : Chairman of the HrhimlIkiard
pro.Igram Auxiliary of her may do so donation of Dull- of each committee. will Itt Piittrraon dicuaMnlUw .
the family no well ted. yo well dreMMed always Insurance program tewf.rm.ra chairman, presented Mr, upon >>
t 'church. I 1100 to the. Foundation.. .. This be wutllnrtt. aitd final planswill prrarnt wltool btuUi't, and
han the "extra ca.Mh" when a crisis: comes up? It'w and rural nonfarmresidents and Mrs. Henry. Kluegge.. man-1' I
Miss Nanry Parker of Beth- ls a .tax cledurtlble donation be mule" for. Ute affair Uw standard. of accreditationset .
because fche's a shrewd shopper and a nyalema established by then agers of the Villa I'lum..iMotel. |
ads Mi., sister of the bride I and may boo given to any Lions ,, out for this county with Frank Sin.ilru
tic tIlIy.,. .I'uta> money away regularly in a savings law was aimed primarilyat who gave: several clas-I served as maid of honor wear- Club member or dliectly to
rural town. of under 8000 seal' and aacinl, musical I
account where it add up to all the I thing the numbers In* a floor length gown of fldhaelfarMELROSE
family need! population It will be administered Mrs. Klumgge..played. the emerald wreen with eumuw-. I I. -

by the Farmers Home bella. with Mr. ....u.... aecumpanylnK -| bund forming a large bow st < ,.....................1
Administration" He advlnedpervtfts !'her at the J piano. the back of the waist. A HEIGHTS-MELROSE
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Interested In the farm 1 I Mrs. Migney tfexlwln of Hawthorne matching headpiece withnoeetlp KEYSTONE

housing program to
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone heights, Fla. the county office of the Farm- .I with Ralph Copeland at the tume. Her flowers" were a basket I
era Home Administration In ,I piano I of golden autumn mumi'I': My Joyr. HoweIliun BUSINESS DIRECTORY

-Your Friendly Hank In Your Friendly the area Involve! since thin I lions to Mrs William Beam I and golden swwtheart roa. :' 115.8$1)1aaaaaaaaaaaaauaaaaaas I

Community.** agency prefers to work directly Thank. were extended to The brldewnslds.: Ml s Carol

with the applicant In con- Mrs Ida Gentry", for her contribution ''i 1 Bruce sister of the groom ,
to the table decora- Mrs Frances Bandllne and We were sadUeruxl lau weekto AITMANCKH. : AIPI'OItKI'Alit: NIHISKUY:

1.1| Mr for arranging colorful berries Pot,.. Jerry Brown all of JrkvinvlUe learn of the d-slh or Mr \ .
and grewrM on each table and Mr. Flay" ) Baker (Prp' P Ripper lie died last. Goetzman Bros. O.C.Carnes Nursery

BEST BUYS BY c & c MOTORS j II;i and to Mrs William Ifcuim Jr of lake O>neva wore gowrvidentical sock after ..n pxl.4"n'f..t .minno' .s T V Service Center I Hlway 100. tlorahnnis-,
I for a love'y flower arrange to that of the mallof Funeral services were onnrtuct- GarageIIFi'tllt MIU. UK of marks
I ment oa the piano honor They earned< l basket
= e 4 V'.4 1.4.arTaT A tr.aetr I, t a ca" weds Tae! Th.baJK.r enrolled MrS I of golden autumn mums ... to u4Ji ut-'l'homa* Funeral Motorola Phllco : WOHKMOTOH .' of I'lin: s Jt Wult
taTa bast !s ''e TON '.AwMa1 M motels 40 Trees to ehomie from Nice
aaess K tie girl Marie Ann llxne In Galne.vllklu.wta ,
I Mrs Henry Seville andMr The flower
ovaa a.. tat wedM weab.Ctas.c.iTxf1J a.D ..elfeM N .elR I I hI- and flvrvlcaMervlra I iioor PAINTINOl'O'I.TAIU.r. Shade Tree, Kvrgre
lot .'ITT .T/KeMaCt weo'T.w' alb and Mrs. KiUnvorth: Beach Ma.wefl wore a floor length (J last weekend of Mr
UMD CeS eh 5f areAa / W'ItI.IH1. : INMotor : <1 ft tmlM-ape Plants. Alt bra'ontsinerr
wtM. MIM 1MaVtrte pa N' I of Welaha, land they promised r pnr....... style gown of emerald and ),Ira. J L Prlc were' Mrs Itn All Mahoa .
C&c MO( f*M OU MC plant anytime -
Tel serer to bring In more members green with matching head- I>.ivry Carry and i-hll/lreti TV KAHIO HTr.ltr.0: .\1... Iowa "r.-fhellJoarot Camellia .." .".
sd. NiMtl. ltM from their area piTI Mark Mike, and Clivfy 0 1 of Inc OUU& TV let us ihi your Ufulwapmir.

Mr Gardner esten from "Washington he d- served a. beat man U.herewere of Vakloala. (..-.".'1. I i Work Duarant**! TV RentalsIMghls |Hwy|' 21 Keystnns )HeightsNeat (

quarters and complimented the Ray Clyburn of Norfolk Rev Robert Waddell. of In K..,..... .,.-.11011 to rlve-lr Theatre '..\lit: (
7 t 1 V. a cousin of the brideJerry dun liver City spent Mondair 1'1.._ pia-311)5. .
I Ivie chapter on Us One progress Hs) 473-311 Near Town' I'll 1 -2 lilt.
Dandy | with his Mr sod Mm I' NIU Mon
Brown. Terry parents
4- such a short time. He explained ILalh. K. Ml. nicely
Taylor. all of Jacksonville L W Hardage I !
+..L.... aoma of the services that and Art Dryer Special furnished,
Mr. Ada Itobemon rnfrnt( AUTO SKHVICE; :
other tuptrs are enjoying, |I
Cowl; ( I leach
flobnv Aiaohua Oeneral .UMIContlnmxl !
Junior ushers were ll'wpltal' 4 only $129
such as dUKwunts on crmtrmxiKles Cycles,
and Billy Bruce, the groom's" ( On Nut I'agei Kirellent: t'undill"n.$6.2i1).1Jf' .
and ..,."k_. add gave a I W PNEW ,
I twin brothers Timothy Brunt : )
brief of how the organisation HENDERSON'S
another brother of the groom : A (JSE:!) TV
WE MAY NOT BE BANKERS serves the olderpeople .as fine; bearer lai worker for the IXivalCnunty Service CenterfManoWr'l S.E.McKay, Realtor
through< UM Older American Welfare DepartmentMr KJTMTt 1; iirroiiTa I
Mrs Parker mother of the! .AM) Oil 1r.nltlctsJohnaon ,
Act tff 1IM3. I Bruce 18. graduate of Phone 413HI8'c
brkte. wore a dress of ream' I (MllhWheeler s.r.lre) KiD Mrltvl's:
BUT Mr Gardner arrived early Trrry Parker HUh Hrhooi and
beige tau over ..tin. and a that and was the Jacksonville: Univrralty) where
morning Discount
matching pllx lime goraa e Male. A SorvlceE1.hing
guest of Mr and Mrs Alex was of Oolien Rapture row n. was preiikl. fit of Baptist Ai'l'I.IANCK.; HTOHKHighway ; Tackle. Huallagrp Holiday
We Can Show You How To Save Money Mahngren. I"tHlowtnJrlOun.! Mr. Bruce Uie Drld gTonen'e Rtudent Union and active In ..1"1--.,...._T,.,.....

ment of the meeting, he visited I mother, wore a gold lace and Phi IMUt Delta frstnraty and h :21 U..t.wn oil Kr4U* icNio Restaurant

with Mr. and Mrs Y. P crepe with matching hat anda the Crew lie wis. also. a mrm.t. M-lr>M. anal i ift Keystone InterMwrtlnn Hwy JI-IOO t......, Newnrr
er of item Key honorarywxlrty ,. Yf.."lrt_ /11.1501' luigMs TV: iHyfHKAI'TY <
Egan: before returning to L+r- I corsaae of Ooldrn Itapturej < Keystone Ill,. Ptllrl. ;:.
Co. .. leadership and is |1ssentry e /Ins Foist PI'! 'eel

RemambesGome Party on j A reception was held in the a lumber of the Board e OF'F1SIJI'I'LilMPit1NTNR; : : MIHII() OPEN: 7 r AT WKKKLT
I I -
ON THE SPOT BANK FINANCING Thursday. Oct. 2". from 2 to I choreh felkrwahtp hall Uni til fjovern jrs of trx> JU Alumni I Full Diem. ,. ,..,nr"-" *<> -
AoMjclaUon Hs Is employed asa '.....,
aw.- 4 p... in the ty avdltorturn.Oamaaily .I inMliatHy after the ceremony SUPERIORBUTEE Ala Carto-Itallnn' Utorvtag
counselor at the / ; .
\ frr j Th bride graduated from youth I'Uxa" lire lilt Mblnlt
Rummage HaJ The Oire.i Melrose. HKih Hehool' and Youth O virtunltlrs"" Center In SHOP BEER:
Jacksonville anal U "'.i,)yn! THK b'ItlbNDLY SHOP I Block. North Dt Rod I LllhtKJTWroN'JI
day rummage sale, under Jacksonville Uniwnrilr., where OFFSETBradford

C & C MOTORSAUTO rection of the evening ctrctos.IUOKCU I she was president' of trw Bsp- toward guldanr a and msot"prnonrwl's degree, sirslore in- O|teen fr.avt a Tin 6 : lurOflTM I ;

I and NIChtilt..a1H. Urt fMudent Union a memberof In the Collegu of rarkaiMt Mil l>-y. WAfter __ USED!: CAMS
SUPER MARKET will stilt bot accepting; articles' the JU etnrus and StudentOowrnment. [ i County
at the University of Flor Hanks Used Cara
Time: Ort. 21. 22. and 23 sr.J a member S By Appointment Onl;y
IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT WE'll GET IT | Place' an Highway 1OO ..s>... of Ore>' Key hon w ry >, ad- ida.Alter Telegraphs OvirnrIn and 3-T
a wed.iln trip to UKAmoky Nettle mnVMKrry. Shop
ON 7Hf SPOT SANK FINANCING cent to Clvtl Defense offlc ersrilp society fITuf is presently Mountains War IrWIn < A Mdl...,...... Op.ratoe'SDop
j i Men's Club rMniMr Ort. 29, eacTttary of the JU AlumniAsarcIatlorl coup Buy Sell Trade
Or ( .i.iLM1r. Stark .I'h. 9301! !
rnAde at 2514 *n ) s
473: MO 9
C IOontiau.d On Nat Page Board of Oovernrs. pnf ) tltvray 10O. mi. Moats
and U employed as a 8<11;- In'fUk' Hum trims 4TJ-3OV4 of 8ta1'keBRADFORD


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ho. INls. during the ]past) year. Church Monday from 8:30: a. berger. vtoUnlst. THE HIOHT rotltl t e. ales, /./ rieo. U Patten

H, I The Nell] Pearce Circle met The next meeting will be the S n. until 3:30: p. m. U was 8- Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. war torn ml*. Came ID am Judge of the Circuit Court. ,"t

PORTS Lh- the home of Mrs. A. O. l lLouctn. 1st Saturday In May. day of prayer and) meditation Morning Womahlp II a. m. select your lanrt. ESTER the Florida fellBhth In Juillclal anrt Circuit ,,[

1ft I .. chairman.: Tuesday METHODIST BAZAAR and was conducted, by Rev. Sunday, t Nursery open both BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. !; Florida.' tO ilrdfurdmCuUntY. -

I mjrn'lnar Oct.: 12. New circle' SLATED Robert C. Johnson Pastor" of hours. 10"1/ It lUlU.{

:I officers were elected by the The\ date has been B-t forMic St. Alban's Church In Jack- 4

anrl each wee'< ,given ClrrMlt O>..... KICh*l lJurtlrUI -
IOh1P. : an annual Bazaar sponsored sonville. Ik*
.""".".."".....".. Of KliirlUn. li.tHd '
-- outline of her duties by the i by the Women's Society of Methodist Kor.flrrult HrHrtforri. ('. In STARKEBUSINESS :

'I chairman Program chairman Christian Service of the Melrose Sunday was' Layman's Sun 1.lmn....rr.TOWN -

Indians Lose Melrose Moves Keystone Golfers Mrs. J. D. Bowen cave a chal- Methodist Church. Satur day Worship Service at the INDIAN BEACHLake / UP HHIXIKKII., n miniiLlpullly
Slate' "f "KlnrlilnIVIIttnniT. '
I l leiminw talk on "My Church"d' ay, December: 4 has been Melrone! Methodit Church. of this

To CallahanBy To Second Place | Enjoy Supper :tft..r the hrinie ." and the chosen. The bazaar will be Several members took part In ( Santa Fe) ,. ft VK.Hi.TMK, KfmmnflrntH STATB.: OFKIXHtllM .

And rvliu i of refreshments concluded open) from 0:00: a. m. until the service. I>,KI>KI: ( TO HHOW r"L'SKT !
21-0 ScoreThe With 4-1 Record TournamentA
lImo meetliw.COMMUN'ITY 5:00: p. m. Luncheon will be The Christian Fellowship! I Mrs. Jack F. Miller. Sr.4AAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAA. Tho Wlal of "KlnridHThrounh KurThf DIRECTORYAUTO
'I'll. $tate Attorney
Callahan Ra mblers The Melrose Mustangs eon- mixed two-bull shotgun!; CHURCH served by the Parsonage Com Sunday School Class will meet KlKhth Ju.ll.-l l Circuit Of .

Gambled 21-0 over" the Keystone nued their winning/ streak tournament ami covered dish. The Men's Club will hold a mlttee from 11 ::00 a. m. until in the Educational Building I guesa this! one will. have to $ni'"l 1'1..... The i4-t.rch. l l-ti"|irty

Indians in a pigskin with a 46-27 victory over the supper highlighted the monthly dinner Monday at 6:30: p. mat 2:00: p. m. Featured at Ute Wednesday! at. 7:30: p. m. be short but sweet tills week ...n.own..r".. or Ttn.
massacre at Oallahaa Friday, I Key Sharks Friday, < : night. jjet-to-gethor( of members' which time the Hon Ed Bazaar will be bakery goods. Tuesday October 26 there for this time of year there Is I Inrhnllnir I Non-I'sI- Earl's

night. on the Alclroso field. This win of the Keystone Golf & Country Frn.srr Secretary of the Flor- Christmas
The game got off to n slow pave them a 4-1 record nndundisputed Club on Sumlny IlfLol'Ooon.lo'II'lIt him Scmte, will bo featured. hard:: work.Chairmen. led by Mrs. Albert Schoene- the world. Tt> Tiivntlon llavln Th Or.,r. ln. Atn' AL KID OF
His subject! will .to the different OlhvrM ClaL"'nl
speaker for
tart with neither team able second plaCe In the flight/; winners with a man. from 9:30: until 11:30: I Irn. I did notice during a drive Al,Vny SLight' Title iir hlp"1 REPAIR WORK

to move>> against the other dur- Riverland Confcrenco. Bronson: 1 IOHS grima of 42, were Mrs. Id.p. :. What Fijirida: "is Doing For items are: Luncheon.: Mrs... down the shoreline that Pete l-r..p.'lly, To H" Arrwtrrt, Uy Th All Work Guaranteed

tag the first quarter. holds first place with a 5-0 1 Menzcn and Pete O'Connor. I i Retired Citizens. Tickets are John Ross and Mrs. Paley Tuesday night/ at 8:00: p. m. and Joyce Barton have poured tMntiHiie' My Thn Town I'Mrilciititrlj or HondIpr.lnnt'r Phone ID29
| on Mile at the church, office or House. Mrs. John ( More
; drew
I Boyd
Then in the second quarter. record.Dilly J. I Low net winners with 31 were ; there will be a social meeting | |the foundation to their new I .rl..d.) or To I HP Arft "l I 1 I R Walnut Mtark.'ITO .
by member of the Mcn'HCillIb. Claike Handwork' Mrs. Leslie .
the Ramblers began to move' Roberson set up thenl'sL Mrs. Huntley Redfeiirn and I I ally; ; of the Young Married People' j ]home. They have been working Any Wsy ThiTMiyV I
Thf allele Is open' to Price. Mrs. Lester Neefus ,ii.'h anh.rhy MERVICE
Braddock at the 'home- of Rev. A. ami of von
Vlth Ronnie turfing touchdown when he received Gordon Leo.Second and dealing the lot anhave .
both men airl women and and Mrs. C. P. Berkleman; F. *.lulr.1| ti. appear .. the
Eggle ton for all the '
up eight yards for Callahan'HJrst I a pass and rnn the bull flight winners. ;Mrs members -j j done some filling around inc .tny l or N.v"m>".r. IKS": a
thould be an Interesting evening Country Store. Mrs. John Gilbert S.
touchdown then plowing: 35 yard to the, Key:: 1 Harold Button and Col. John I Iiteichier of the class. | the new house area. Hope they S-SO: nrl/K-k P M.. UnmetSiiuiilaril
for the residents of this Oriner and Mrs. Effie Boss:
Last hefors the ('ii- *
his way over to claim! the extra .' yard line. On the next play < came In with a low Wednesday was the regular will see their new home go up I Tim Cnunty Standard OU Service[ 8tatW
I Albert ttt
miscellaneous table Mrs. cult Court
point. Cut Kirk:: went over to put gross score( of18, while low I area.COMMUNITY PRAYER Schoeneman Jewelry. monthly meeting of the quickly so they can settle In I F'lorlda. at th Ir"dr.rL .* II ATLAS

The Rambler's srored again I ' in tho lend 60. Tho I net winners were Jlrs.\ 10.. I'Wright ; WSCS at the Church. Mrs. as permanent Indian Beach: 3tark. Florida and show cau'"i
OROUP A meeting will be Bess Tyler Circle; Bake Sale,,' John Ross was in charge of why the prayer of th. 1'.Ullor. TIRES & BATTKRICS: : ]
this I .
the second quarter when Robor- residents.
in next wore came and Herb .
Louth with I held tonight I Thursday] at 7 Mrs. Huel Holloway) ; Decor'ations. the program. She assisted! In the aliov* entitled pro Budget Term.Ioad S.1
was red
time on the end of a 55 yard I son went over from tho eight,. ,,3G. We had Jack's mother Mrs. Hhuuld not the sranter Phone
p. m at the home of W. L. Mrs. Ronnie Arrosmlth by Mrs. L. W. -707
Hardage. Mrs.
pass from Blanlccnshlp u: H _, Cedar Key /finished out thescoring I Tho eight-week! regular Sunday Eunice Miller of Gainesville as I and the bond therein dnirrlhedand
Reynolds. Sr., on Lakeview and the MYF. Mrs. Andrew Mrs. Andrew Witherspoon the> prtx-Fedlnir authorl ln> Ml N. Tempi 8u.I"IHURST'S
with i3ni I clock a luncheon guest on Monday
glnbotham In tho /first quarterwhen tournament, interrupted I Drive. The meeting Is open to Witherspoon Is Chairman over Mrs. Ann Nobles. Mrs. Carl]1 1 the iMfftianee thereof, ...11dat.
ramming through for the :exti:a :Miles: raced :00; of last week. On Tuesday Mrs
Smith by tho ttond
monthly mooting will I and confirmed
all men In the community and the whole bazaar and Mrs Hagglund. Sr.. Mrs. J. L. Price, .(1 '
point.Callahan's. yards: for a score. Smith received resume. Sunday with pairings la nondenomimational.VKf.KEM Leslie Price Is cochairman.tPISCOP.U. Mrs John Jimmy Crosby and Mrs. Ba- mntInir. nt Slxty-Plx ThoviuincDollan .
Clark. and Mrs. Waterwnrky -
final TD came in l the ball from lirittj to be announced i.RSMr ; BAZAAR Albert Schoeneman.Mrs. cheal Hall of Gainesville'sDevil's I .ni Itevenu(IUI.O"I) Htinril. datfH Service Station

tha fourth quarter on a two I rooke for the extra point. and Mrs. W. S. Ewln Fi iday November 5 has been Witherspoon Mlllhopper section I January t, lllftS tnattirlniv. In th Gas Oils Lubrication

yard mauling run through the' Four touchdowns: were scored %IOulr'n <{niillfy of Lake I.stokpoga, Fla.. form- chosen! for the date of ,the solo "Thla la my Task."ang She a i- spent the day with us. We yr .lOSS. through 2005. IncluaIve. PHILLIPS "fi6" j

Indian line by Braddock who:I in the second, quarter three i Pint presidents, trophies, tobo 1 eily of Jacksonville; and Mr Episcopal Bazaar. It will be i was accompanied by Mrs., were aU former neighborsthere. b..lnt I legal Inl..t not payable exeevdlnir Goodyear Ti B.tM-

again rammed 1 hit way ovvi Melrose and, one for Cellar' presented by llrs. T. JIlawes and Mrs. Blair Henlerson. of held at the Parish Howe from They came over to discuss nml'annually on January 1 an' SERVICE f

for the extra point. Key. The II rat came when Uobirson for the 18-hole group, Jacksonville, were weekend 0:00: a. m. until "::00 p. m.LunC'heol and exchange!: handworkIdeas July' I I. a more particular. de

The Indians looked good in Jut ,tho bull and ran 01\ and Mrs. Alex lirokaa, for the I I9hole guests! of the H T. Dents at \ will not bn! served Clark.NEWS for Chnistmas. SOME i M-rlptfnn' or In said.the Petition hon" helncontained flli-r "SHEET METAL WORK j I

the second and third qu.ttturs,, yards for a touchdown. Tho 1 players will bo given at L their Crystal Lake home. this year' but brunch will b' NOTESFrom gabbing went on I can tell you I In the proceedlniv.. 1

shoulder pounding their wa> try for the extra point brought the November 4 monthly meeting '. Up for the football weekendwere served In the morning( and teA' ( for thia b my love! As thesec Thla 01.,1.*. to show Cause Thompson Sheet
preceding page) two ladies were leaving c hall he ptihuhheh5d In the taco
inside Callahan's 20 yard Lhe score to 19-7. of the Women's Golf As8oci.iton Mr. and Mrs. KennethE. In th4 afternoon. ncr required hy Hwllon 75.0< Metal Works I

ibilt lost the pihi
Indian Coach Lisa Rhoden I on a 47 yard l pass for Cedar of play on Thursdays for the u tm Woody of VenIce. visiting Mrs. Wise of Starke Rave a' dies and guests' $123. Circle C 1, Ilghtfol visit from my aunt I Telviiraph a newapapet All Types Metal Work I

said all of the boys played hara Key. The try for the extra entrants.,/ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas liquid! : embroidery demonstra 2, hostesses. Secretary of the and uncle Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry C of Town general circulation published In th liatarke. ESTMA.T. FABRICATIOAN !
Bates of McIntosh and their .t
Friday night: a good game point was /good.A .
was played by Ray Mooney pass to John Allen in the,' meet in the 18-hole ( from Venice Mr. Brown Woman's* Club last Wed discuss! "What Florida Is L>o- 1 iaughter. Mrs. Thomas Ball, raiNs ASf ORDF1Ff uFtarke. It'AUn&I Air Cond. Prutem*
group wereMis. : ... Rd. 1015RIGLASSThat'.ur8i55
ham at defcnsivo end with Is law Ing for The Retired Darlene and Tommy of Ocala t'ounty.. 94-11
end /.one resulted In unnthei Arthur Ketch in a Brain late of the Uni- nesday. Following the demon Citizens. .
coming October
ISth day at
:fullback Etefan Hroka.s and I II >score for MeJroHo. The next 1 first with a low net score of I- versity of Florida. ration members were able to C Dr. A, A. Bralnerd is president Roy Griffin son Allan and I Id" this
Allen Raulerson of Wildwood
halfbacks' Gary Cooper and I score came when Cliff Kirk; I 71 ; and Mrs. 'fy (;Jarber with order some of the material I. of the club and urges I
the weekend in
Danny Hinck leading the oft passed l to Paul I'cndlclon. Kirk; I 73.: First In the nlno-holo with ten per cent of the pro' persona attending to secure I past I
group -
Georgia on a hunting expedition
elUlo. pnsHcd to Pendlcton for the was lrH. I Harold, Sutton with: MELROSE reeds going: f,-() the Club. their ti<'kl'tsbefore/ Saturday. Unusual

The coach also said he extra> point to bring the score< :31 ; ,Mrs. R.: T. M.irtln was Mrs. Jack Miller also Rave n I Executive Board of the, as it may seem

thought the Indians much Improved to 32-14 nt the half. second with 38; and Mrs. Bill demonstration! on simple /Rift C Church Women will meet at i they only got home to run one deeianj ".I's Glass We Have If

as they entered the Kobcrwm scored his third I Smith third with :39. In (t side (Cont. from preceedlnK Page) to make for Christmas. Theu 0:30: a.m. Monday, Oct. 23: in I ed.: Mis.came Raulerson empty-hand and chil- C.AU. WRITE or VISIT

second half of the season. touchdown, on tho second pluy proll'l am was enjoyed by u the educational building for
tournament for putts :Mrs Thursday for observation.Mr. dren came up on Saturday FOR ANY GLASS NEED
suffered no inJuries attenlinee.PLANS' .
Keystone In tho third quarter when he Whitney Wyman and l Mrs.( Ale and Mrs William luenhewer -' their monthly planning meet-- afternoon and spent Uu remainder -j
in Friday night's clash. ran 68 A to Ken: SET FORIflLf.OWF.KN ing. They friends. and I We Modern Store
puss : urge
Brokns/ tied I for first with I 13putts. I left Friday for" a short : CARNIVAL of the weekenj. until: D"IJn Front
nrth Tomlinson was good for A four-way tie for visit with fi-ends and relatvcs members Interested in church I the hunters returned Mr :':
: KM. .. second : Plan have been completed I and .Just Mail UH A, Pattern For
an extra point. saw/ ;Mrs.T 11111 Sen hr's. Mrs\ in Oeorala and Tl'nness"i activities nnd service to ke. p C Mrs. Bobby Cowling and baby Table
First Downs 13 ii I) concerning the Melrose PTHalloween / TopilSHEA'S
Ccilnr Key tallied two touchdowns It.iy Olson Mrs. J.-;. T. M'lilln' I Mr am! Mrs. Charlie! Uobnrt working and marking articles I son and Mrs. Bryan Bayers.
Rushing yardage 107:; 111I I) In t tho third, Carnival to be held I for the November bazaar,,
quartet; and l Mrs. Bill Smith came in and (children Carolyn Sue and all of Ambrose! Oa. stopped by
Passes 5-11 4-12: Saturday. Oct 30th at thMMrose CO.
' nut h time. the ball wns: 111' with 15$ putts each. 01'1'11111of Frostproof recently Luncheon tickets may be secured for a short visit on Friday'
Fumbles (recovered) 2 1 vied by Smith 55 School beginning at from circle members GLS
; once\ yard< Trip !Slaleil visited relatives here. Theywei.e ori afternoon. -
Penalty Yardage Bi)! ai.1- 5:00: ) p. m.Something. I ( )
and the next Limo he returnee I chairmen. i
here i
h lie Several members at the Key:: for thp celebration L new for the Mrs. Ida Whltehead was on
Melrose. / punt 50 yards. A C. sluice WoO\ ol the 81o"t of car- Thin reporter wishes to remind a short
n'K their outing
\<) Golf AsHoela! nival this / on Sunday/ Fla. Phone FR2-I353,
yenr will be a clown. 1313 N.W.4IH PI. Gainexviife,
Indians Set puss' from TooUc to Smith lion will !tiMve! to I'el, nllll
For Hamilton brought the score" to 3t-27! at t tI on October, 21)), upon the Invitation parade at 7-30: p. m. There! picture of the demolition of 1-1 trip to Santa Fe Cemetery and
1 he end of ,the third, "' Mr. and the 41-yenr-old building .la
quarter.MolrnHO of the Kiirnandlna Mrs. Ovid Oano C will be three categories' or. stopped by for .a chat with
I High B Squad. held 1 Key.sroroloHN -; :) Women's (!olf. Ansoclatlon for visited; in @trnsota; : and Miami:I elementary and hlnhrehool. preschool ly from the outside, and In.- Mrs. Jewel Jarrel of Hampton.. ____
In Ihe1nlll/ : hint weekend. vitra. you tft step- Into thA Servinir Florida
quarleiwhile I san Mrs. Whltehead and
Mrs. Jarllrel
u -
handicap >liy tourn.inienl
[ s |( i wlt.h three irises for -
'I Hamilton County HIK,/: Ii i/ t they .scored" I seven point:I und luncheon.Kill Mr nn-d Mrs!! M M Onno C each category! I rt nary of the eduoitlmmlbuilding were "roommate1 In Since 1950Mm. )

_ Schools 'B' team will be l Key- Pendlc-lnn net I the andfliiKhter.! where the picture! of r | Bradford!
up I )ruunhlieuehehll lie giveneach : (| Sally of St There. will not be a mesh I I County hospital /last 97d-s

stone's .opponent: in Thursday he !intercepted' a CuilaiKi :\I l'urtlcll'anl.111I1' thus AimiiMlne spent Fr hay, with I served on the premises, but Christ and the altar appolnti year about tills, time. Many of .etng 8m,

night lioinu gUlIit'. Time 8 p. :: \\' ((1 ets,> on the four yard line: who wish to make the trip sire I his mother. Mrs. R F OanoMbM I there will be plenty of food i ont are visible evidence you will be most Interested to (

m. and ran It to the line. Kathy Parker j that this da a House of Wor- .
one yard asked to 'nil Mrs Alov' Rrokaxir 1 of Jacksonville available Ham burners. hot- learn that with some new ..
Hanuton County High in its I Cliff Kirk:: I then scored. IIHthird | was mirrlpd ship and la merely the transition medical
.. < ''Mrs. Jim Bills not lilcrllnin I Snturdnv e I cfnuj*. potato chips cold drink. I l ,preparations on herlem. .
. first year as a consulidnU.I touchdown nl'dit to Trd Bruce.. Jr In from the old to the Lucile I Cordially
of Hie 'nameA ( : .S.itnnl.iy for reMervalion.sblslancc I. rakes and pies will be /sold so new new granules are appearIng I -
chool. is made up of WhiLe pas: from. I Donnio. liowna to Jacksonville' The bride .Is a I there will be plenty to rst j Youth Fellowship Groups of rl In the effected areas and Godwin t

Springs, Jennings and Jasper) Kenneth:: Tomlinson (Inl.shod former graduate of Melrose Gilbert Reed t Is chairman of young people from grades 9-12[ I there la! promising progress!! goIng Representative Welcomes

The 'B' team blitzed Crtwi> ,I the scoring. High School. the Carnival and Carl Cox Is C I are enjoying the fellowshipeach on. We are as pleased! as 1013 E. Call S'

City 19-0 in the only game Frl
they have played thin.. SOli Hun. will' be going uflcr their filh, year sim-r; Ki- vstone HomcoomliiK Cieod of Sumpter. South Car-' different booths are: Tickets j Mrs. Clair Lots leader. It makes all of the care Starke Family to Your

Keystone and I Hamiltoi[ I win when they play Taylor I In schedule< ..1! the Inc olina are parents to a baby Mrs. W B Moore; hamburgers! Community Church friends so worth while Ph. 961.5321' New.HomeThe

County have never bcfoi High ScliDol. nt Picrson. This ct'c1ill evening und the( chll- boy born o tober 7 The baby, and hot down. Jack Miller; [ will have the privilege of honoring Mrs. Jewel' Rose had her I

. played each other. will /Iho -the-ir' second frame: rtren!? will hi' busy: preparing I Ifn.r I named Lnwi-pnce Creed! Jr., cake*. pies and goodies. Mrs Mr and Mrs. Frank friends. Mr and Mrs. Lowery

Quick facts about Hn milt on I with Iho WildcalH, Lids season.MrlroMo I this event.. weighed 6 pound' 1 ounce Polly Price (orders for cakes I Walrath Sr by remembering: down from Jacksonville for State of FloridaIt

County High: won I Iho /first game' Old dishes lire still needed.. Mrs., Creed! 'H tho former Ellen L and pIes can be taken In advance them nn their 60th wedilln. the weekend. Mrs. Rose' has
und I may 1 be .' 'rit to the school I Our To Make You Feel Welcome and
Games Won: '( varsity) Cr"If- 18-13. who was n residentof and anyone who will: anniversary this week.Keystone made her presence/ kind of 1 Dflr

i tnt City 136. Mayo 25-0.: Ml by your child Anyone wtshlnRl ",I for several year bake cakes and pies please. scarce lately It seems To Acquaint You With Your City.

Team Cross 19-0. < offer a.sslsl.i; ,nco In th:? She Is also tho sister lives
: City of Mrs. contact Mrs. Price at 475- on a river In the IIhl'1
Losses: (varsity) Live O.ik booths Imliitf the carnivallimns I Eiiuono Sap p. son area and
611551. during this in the (
are new
you area a phone
an's Club mrt at the Municipal me asked to contact. I.a- Area I
36-6 Chiefland 1 20-12, ''Jlonll.I Mr. an I Mrs Hayden T Drinks.. Mrs Lavonnn Yar- ron. stars home a great tfeal! "
I t 12-6. 'I3' Team None.Conference Building( last Tup.scluy forthe tile or Bill Bclotc Mrs (leer Smith and and fills] call will bring
cello : children Candy borough and Mrs. Betty her freezer with you a prompt
Initial business .. Cox: Church Services vl,1
inectliiHT of r l1t1111'1'1'11.
I /g u-iiciul I food I and Rene.
of Iiv
: Suwanneu CIIIIIH Oak spent fish pond! Mrs. Doris shrimp while the time Is right
I tho yenr. 1'11111COl' the year- cliairin.ui l anl.111I be in contiicL la<.t weekend, with :Mr lIensley A from your local Please Rive
B. Smith'smother. and Mrs. Edna very upset young hteM
''j M I boi(>ks. which in Robenton dart
HIP presi'iitly I with >1'lfnlllwho
Nickname: Rebels. the himcl.s of pr Mrs' H T. Smith \Mrs game Mr and f Mrs. Arise Ter called me tonlrht- young 031'J her a She and
the printer. were, \\111 be asked( to contributevaiioiiH ( Smith and Weber cal hal map' many
Colors: Red and irny. outlined by yearbook clmlrnmnSII.m her daughter' Mrs. cell: plteh-a-dimo, John RI<1- Itapllst son of the Jim Rob-

Coach: Bill. Brewer.i I menu items. Tedium Midriff of Jacksonville auurhtu1l-a.etringMr: and First Bwtlftt. Rev J. 1) hlnn n w\nrf tn' tt'll ?. ""r .,,_ free and wonderful gifts for
t H. McDonald. A irpoit The carnival will be held at I ft) >cnt _._.. ____ ____ I i-ihi; you
64 Record: (varsity) 2-3. of the district ] Wednesday night u.....-. _n.... n111I', h arnie oall. Bowen pastor: Ralph Copeland disappearance family I
i leaderMilp mect- the
.. B' Team: 1-0. log/ hPld Keystone Municipal Park.istartliM ut rtiacnua vi.suing ncr grand Rev.. and Mrs.. Jean Chance: organlM. dog It Is a tiny dog and looks''''I I from local bualnetwea.
lecenlly In Ocuhi!
Willi street
Lettermen 21k \. a parade son and his wife. \Mr and Mrs. horrorhouse. like a small reddish-brown IL
) : (varsity) given by tho publicity rliulrinim. at 4 P.III. and costume' jiutigI Keith Ed Simmons; Worship net-vices : Sunday I

k !Basic Offense: Wins T. MI' Kurl: Vo.vlos.Annoiincfineivt I InN In i ", 'vl'llIl I c'al"- ""rh'*. 1'ri- CheshheMi and Pony Ride courtesy of Murray 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. f nursery just with a "white flag" tail. He Is .
Strong Points: Running an 1 Mrs n. R.': Kelley SlppreU: and the country npt'nl) Wednesday 7:30: p. m aa cute a;s his. name-:
was made of r i-.t-.s" will be awarded to the wlnneis.
t Siarid
Mr and Mrs!! B K store "Charley Brown"' He has
speed. tho forthcoming covered dish elementary .teachers. Sunday School 9:4): a. m on
Personnel ti i Kelley. Jr aim daughter vlslte This year the ) Un- a pink collar with two bells
Offensive : C liinclicon scheduled, fJI' 'I'liell- A number of i JI'aA country store tnursery open Training
new < will .1| frlend.s and and
watch Peterson I Back I I Ii relatives in13u'anforci. will feature a Christmas table Ion 6:30 m. Inunwry ). two Jacksonville dog las
I ) Danny I diiv at I tU-'IO:: ( I p. tn lit t'dll..ItlIollnl be sed I lids year.-.. for unines nn : p. open from the
Oregrtt Plttman I Back I. of hand made articles a remnant Chambers Animal
biilldiuif of tin- well
i Koy.-tiiiK': n.i the physical set sit'. in Mrs Edna Cat'eelkfIt. Hospital
Defensive IVrsoniu-l\ Lo) Community Williams! and table, a hat table 1 n table with numbers (five
Churrli. which I
TheWomin'.H lonu and cunoplen will diiughlor t Williams Fr. Thomas hundred
tnda. left last week with baby articles eewnty four 6741j >
watch Billy Burrh I IDcfi'tu.lcSafety C end A -
i \ Club nrd' pnll ty will I be liUll/.eil< 1 forthcp
hexahs> to attend the Kelly prtost In charge Mrs and (
funeral of herCmtepmoblcer home canned ; j j nineteen hundred and Florida '
) Louis Webb I Mid i bo hold( Wivln'mitir! lit the rather thnn wooden Rooja: table. 1 i In
eiirUnsui's.which In E. A. Lamm. ctanLit.Measea six
Guard.] miinlclpul Indiana.; S'IIOOIitW:\ : ) Guy pleads that If ,, ,

'Potential 'weakness, : Weak L Ln call biiildliiK-\ For Information Invulved' considerable Severn! ?Melrose residents! at- Becky. Mathews was elected : : Sunday, 9:13: .. m any of you nrtchbor know ( \
traItMbort[ Nolson. amount of pa-e-cnirnlval. cimM.rurtlim tended tim slonn S to 5:30 each Sat after lfbeer's -
: m.
tine; <:e.KEYSTONE. c-hnlrmnn, i-iii'li -. Hmnoooiiiimr< Par-1' oresldent! of the Student. Council p. anything of "Charley' Brown's"where g
111" ode In
n :\itW\ : ('ot'RsI: 1U-'OIlU: The Oalnosvillo Friday I In an election by the stu urday. about*- profit fiom the carnival a toitin > / the .
ti dent Novena aivt Benediction let them hear one
!oi.TT: KC;('(' will body Friday. She defeated from you
be .
used for .
several worthwhile IU'I'I.1\T.: ItS IIGE: Kenneth Monday, 7:30: p. m. for" they are very concerned
Date Phll(). of Tomllnson and .
projects at the school Winners lat week of the Jean Lively. over his! fate. Their phone .U for good taste
caSt a new course! record at the' tills yenr.' taken from thee list Melrose, Duplicate! Brrm ClubW"rt' Two hundred -InttrdemonlnatlonalCommunity i 475-2433 ,
HILITES Keystoni1 (Olf and of dollars was al Church Dr I
Country neo-'s outlined
Club List Wtflncjidiiy. Keystone :: Mrs 11. T Dent and lotted Melrose High School by A. C. Hot. mmttter Mrs I This& was a very busy section good fun
when he' Principal Jo.-.rpli) Benson at the Mm< Kd: Lon'tneckor. the ; over the ....t'f'kl"ldJUt .
xliot( a (l.'i: the lilt Putnam County School Oeonte Canova. Homecoming
on par 72 layout Initial PTA t nrtranlnt
nll..fll1 this yeivr, place: Mrs i j .
Paley Board at the .
Bnyrl and to
(From .. ) according", to LTA Stcplicn.son. Clll'ltCIIM' provide a partition In University of
PrvrrrilitiK t'ngp/ club > lUI.HilOI'S" Mrs. Mary Cook 2nd place; tho school foia clinic. Sunday School. 9:30: a. m ,! Florida. I Kllmpned Mr. and
pn CIMM'I'S()" NI'\\'S MI'II.V Morning Worship. 11 4. tnWunwTT ).
J Orollck! .11'1H.. D
Mm. Camille Oootlio. I.nbm-, and Mrs. Since the Ftnley and Mica
III.KKM: > 'llll.lti./ ; : grades '
nn.STBAI'nsT ( hoursJ.Fpl '.
The Phil open both I
dor; Mrs Kay Marquoz.; Ardcn. Former I1isrI Kromer. 3rd place: and I are sponstorlrw the country .veIyn Dobson ill of Jackww-
Key-stcniors. Mr" and I let Kelly Class held I Ilieir firstbiistticss Mrs : ro".1 l
N. C.: Mm. Ann How 1M. Jack- MrM John Ciirnp. who- Frances Pyle and Miss store at the Halloween Carnival yUle come in and go out Sev
now live' St. Anne's Rev W W'
of the Bessie -
new Rutherford eral of
wonvllle; Michael: Walrath. in Nt'wnan. I 4th plnce. this! year, students In these. our iieihbmarwh' at
On ypcnt littt church year l butt Monday evenIng CKMKTKKVSXOCITIOM:: : Worstall.! vicar; R. O. Cope- these!' folks
Tennessee: Larry Waliath Jr. weekend hen grades have been asked to con- use their lake cottages
inir several at the land. orvanlst.
home of Mrs. Tom MFKTS, : :
Green Cove SpriiVK; and frienia:!! During their vklt, Crutchttetd. tribute something Most any aa a kind of h.U..y ..
Timothy Walrath. alto lives they were entertained nt dinner ; with Mrs. O"rtnide The Afohxxie Cemetery! Association thing will be accepted clothe, Morning" Prayer and: Ser rest atop when coming down .- -

with his parent, In \Vuslilnnttm. by the A O Loudens. Plans Hublxvrd presiding. hold the regular toys, canned (roods furnitureand mono 2nd and 4th Sundays for. a gam. -.
also wore dlsciMsixi for classpe'ngresc. semi-annual meeting .recently. anything of 9:30: a. m. tnin'eey ope'n.lHoly' ] Mr" and Mrs. Marvin -ge. -
They have five ureatRTanrl Rocentvisitors At Uie Wil. value. Articles Ftlr- a- ".
children.Mr. liam Reynolds, Jr. following which I"t'fII'IfIUnt"lll. At the cemetery luncheon was must be brought in before! Eucharist and sennc4I.h.t i. cloth of Jacksonville stnppei .
hom.1'1'e' ,,"n' s enerl!. Mrs served and' a business I and 3rd Sunrtays. 9:30: A. by on their
and Mm Walratli meeting Friday, October 39 way In to
Mr check
were so
newt! Mrs' Flank Dimuld. lichen After a 18
Oi-lrKhv. class teaclierfor was held f M. I tmrrsrry openl.. on the hard-played
among UM early 5rttJ"iof .itof no can b- priced Chun; i cottage on Thurn-lar: of f hklt. p
n. M.I-HH.! Mr Mil I ve I r. rxlotwln' III"vlt.aUIIII The Rrhoot. 9:30 A M. > jast settle down soft
an A.sMirla-llon :
Keystone: being founders of ()llIculll .siituaiei-'
the Keystone Community\ UI'ookIYIIUh his family for in tIm f few nilnutui nialroiw tho potlbUlv. Inconiorntlng. Of (hrUt 8am. e en Bunday." |I ala on busttiras to BeUy .Is. haute and add up the score (Heads.Vhat .

Church an'>:J have been instrumental -, many yearn while they lived in church to attend thisItlOtti to form a non-profit organiza The Melrose Church ofChrist Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M I came along for the ride.: Jiut % better time far that driul wt
) which meets scores
tion Sunday. don't
monthly EYC. II
In the growth and d-- : Jacksonville. and has has a new minister. HeIs : P. M aee aj much of these t wtmo

velopment of the area. Mr. i many visits sliwe that made The Fay Taylor Circle meet- Last year's officers were' reelected John Witt who is a studentat each' Sunday. good folks aa trt would like. I every gI1r.-alo1. thint-qneodung
time. trig
Walrath was active In Uie real \I.I.O"t\i; ::\ ('.\It:\IYtL afternoon was held! last: Tuesday' to serve for another the Unersltr. of Florida Daily offices of Morning In ckxUng. are! you awars Yea, beer's relax with great lor refreshment
at the home of circle year. They were and lives In and Evening Pmyer. a::00 AM. that the two moat p
festal! and Insurance business i:.\it I G; president:! Gainesville. He difficult i
leader Mrs.! Robert EnnU Mrs Thelmi Preston vice- will replace Earl : and 3:00: P. M.rrt'sb careers mbuto I t So whatever your
for many years before Iris retirement. Plans are complete for the Dowdy, who ama t-
Following t.he blk lne,.,..
> boating
president I
pro- tennis
Keystone PTA Halloween Perry Treasurer. momS: to Falfttka and was unable .lens's. and Par 0 bb-nu
carnival grain chairman :Mrs. '
A. E. Anthony 1rl'l11.. A. enthood.
WOMAN'S CLl/n/ IIK.R.SVEAKBOOK ; slated for Oct 30. ac- Barnett Mrs. to continue as Pastor. Pulth aa beer.
gave an interesting t-Uk Ida Perry" was elected IpL.psiflieri.: PrenbytrrUn Church o
secretary -
FUt.\S cording to carnival", chairman entitled "Our Church Re- -Ro-Y. J. R. Nele. Jr. mtnl .
Tho Keystone" Heights Worn- CJeorpP Ltittuf More adult I, fie rvpl'ice Mrs 0 T. wiv. Quiet Pur for l imrrro STATES .RIWCM *ocUTtOU. iliac
BJ: lunont. were UJ) liter: Mrs. Curl S.-fcther. ,.
invvl by Ki'bln.v '
:: >n. who p.\' tWay the wx>mfii of the EpL.U'. 'I PLiable Nwtb.ee4 .t .th. f.Ok MM tn.MNTU
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I y.r v..vvv... yyy" and Mrs. Bill Harrell. Mr. mond Bryan and Mrs. D. A. ville and Mr. and) Mrs. Pau 1 yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Iv..vv y y y y y WMU president at the meet- I lan&x .. 19M for the purpose. of voting
for district Trustees and DI.-
land Mrs. Keefee Harrell, son Jones accompanied the mem- Dinklns Jr.' and son of 8t ing last week at Hampton I Maria Jean. Eaton, Marisea trlct tax levy for the eiiituln.
\ Thede Miss:Arthurlne Blanchard Lake Butler Tuesday eveningof Mr. and Mrs. p L Dinklns. were elected for the coming .1 City spent last weekend herewith -
all of Jacksonville and a last week. MYF members Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M year. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd !. T.. C.;rt 0 f The C.mmtr
BlanchardvAA11AA1AVAAAAAAAAII MM. Howard Padgett Mrs. D. E. Hill I '..tare. llradfurd. (.'.....", Florida .
By Enm
attended Sub-District meet- McClellan Haddock Smith and In Waldo with'
number from Starke State a during the wee}k Mrs Arnold was their ,. P........
Farm, etc.1TA ing at Pleasant Orove Church were Mr. McClellan's mother Phone 289-4132 Pbone 468-1160 named secretary-treasurer father, Milton MosherNOTU' In re: Ratal of Ella C Hoover .
.I MEETINGThe ;; Monday evening. Mrs. Maxie Reddish and children and Mrs. Rant Jones study IJeceaaed.TV .
: ..AAUAA.A.AAAAAU.uGainesville ., OF ITKNTIOTO All Creditor And Perion
Annual HomecomingAt at the Church Activities of Ralford. On ThursdmMrs. chairman. directors
I Lawtcy PTA met sAAAAAaaAAAAaaeaAaAAd Auxiliary H&It; IIOT.:1& FICTITIOl Having; Clarma Or Demand
Grave Methodist school cateU-1'ta. Tuesday evenIng Grace Methodist: Sunday McOlcllan Mrs. Hall Escapee include Mrs. Charles Hicks :\IA'IIN' A>aln t Raid Estate. .
The> church
i new
building You and each of art her.
< you
Lust Sunday was a great dayas of last week with all officers School 9:45: a. m.. Worship! 11 Mrs. W. H. Morgan visited Mr coming along nicely. The carpenter Nabbed Here Tuesday YWA; Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mrs. the Notlr uiul.ralffiid.lit hereby under given the pru-thai by notified. and required. to pre
Grace Methodist Church present. First on the a. m. held its annual Homecoming. agenda wns the usual annual Circle Monday 9 a. m.. Junior Cove Springs and:! attended HOme work inside and it looks thud of running feet shattered Estes and:! Mrs. Lonnie Melton of rra-latrr. Florida with Aon the of Clerk 1941;of will the may which have you. against or eitherf the entate you of
Special music was furnishedby covered: dish dinner. Rev. Ernest and Senior Choir practice 7 to Revival services at E Hampton's quiet Tuesday Sunbeams. Circuit Court, In and for' Bradford Etta C. Hoover. de-eased. late
the Senior and Junior Bailey made the prayer of 8 p. m., followed by MWF at Russell Church. nice.Our morning: about 8:30: when four Intermediate. OA officers County Florida upon r.ceipt .,- of said County Bradtord to County.the CountyJudg. Florida
Sunday School filled to of proof of publication of
Choirs accompanied by Mrs. thanks and everyone enjoyedthe 8 p. m.-Ernest Bailey pastor. Mr. and Mrs Obed Paule:!! 82 ( Kegro boys were locate:!, here, elected Wednesday evening this nolle th* fictitious nam. at hi. office. In the courthouse
:Mae Wells, the organist. Rev. bountiful meal served. First Baptist: Sunday were visiting Gerald Crawfordand Sunday. Many are out sick. who had escaped from a last week were: Elizabeth of Bradford Pran. under whichw. of sold County. at calendar Stark..
Ruby Manning WILl baptized Florida/ within six
In business
Troy Wakefield of Gainesville Mrs. Floyd Futch president, School 10 a. m., Worship 11 u family at Kingsley Lake. at Black Creek after- Gainesville JaH.Discovered Jones president! Debbie Carter mark ors ..engaged..rm..r.. Market Htark"' at, month from the time of the
brought the message. called the meeting order. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Training Miss Catherine YoUng of Sunday at the Intersec- ''vice president and social Fla. firs publication of this notice.Each b..
A large number ot guests Rev. Bailey brought the de Union 6:30i: p. m. Midweek Lakeland spent the weekend noun.We tion of Division and Navarre chairman; Debbie Hicks, secretary .C. R.Bradford Bradford HI and 1 Rug RberraM. 285.. In wrltlnc.claim or and1 demand elate. the
from far and near were In at I votional. The Secretary read services Wednesday 8 p m.- with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly. were proud of our visitors Streets, they ran for hiding and mission study Htarke. Fla. sole owner. .... or realdenc and poet of-
tendance. Some friends from the changes in bylaws. From Charles' Harvey pastor. I Miss Arthurine Blanchard of f Mr. and Mrs. Richard and the shooting began. chairman; Elaine Young blood, .Dated. A I Ihla b.. 27th 1116 day:5 nt of lII.arke.September and flee. address shall. ,b*of sworn. the to claimant by th*
neighboring churches joined in now on meeting will be held Church of God: Sunday Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mosley, and family from Highland One who hid around the treasurer; Elaine Jones pro Bradford County, Fla. claimant his agent. or hi. attorney .
the usual picnic dinner, and the second Tuesday in October School 10 a. m., Worship 11 a. M. H. Wyatt of Miami visited Sunday. Alao Mrs. Bon- Bryant house gave himself up gram chairman; Joann Salter, It/30 4t 10/21 demand, and not any ao filed such shall claim b.or
everyone enjoyed the fellowship I February and April. OUt m and 7:30: p. m., YPE Wednesday Miss Enza Blanchard for the: nie Sweat from Lawtey.The and another surrendered at prayer and forward steps NOTICE- void.
visiting and renewing old I cers will be Installed In the 7:30.: -Robert L. Yates. weckenidi.: ClayHm Holiness the) back of the vacant store chaliman; Elaine Kennan, In acrordanc with the pro- and First Testament publication. of Etta Oct.C 7.Hoop 19&
friendships. April meeting. Open house pastor. Mrs. Floyd Futch, and chil- Church will hold a weekend revival building. The other two ran community missions' chairman; visions.of Suction. 230.39. Florida .r,

Those from out of town tak- with teachers will :follow each. Highland Baptist: Sunday dren and her mother( Mrs. L. starting Friday night. around the Christian Church Barbara Rhoden Linda Rho- Statutes Instruction. The of Bradford Board at County Public Aa emecutor dee.a..d.Jam.of.the. E. Chac t*...t Will
ing in this regular meeting. If necessarytwo School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 L. Green, visited Mrs. Green's Everyone is cordially invited. and took off for the woods den and:! Brenda Brown membership Hereby _rv... notice that an 10/7 it 10/U
part happy occas- .
election will be held November
ion Included Mr. and Mrs. meetings may be called:! by a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meetIng brother, George! Prescott at V. Time: 7:30: p.m. north of Mrs. T. F. Brown's. committee; and Debbie --------
Fred Dinkins of Avon Park the executive committee durIng Wednesday 7 p. m. Choir A. Hospital In Lake City Sun- I'EUSONALSDln.ner home. County and state police Hill and Gloria Rhoden. stew
Mr. and Mrs Frank Wells of the term. The room count practice Sunday 5 p. m.C.. day. guests of Mr. and converged on the scene a few ardship committee. SUMMERTIME SPECIAL!
LeesburgMr.: and Mrs. Lee was won by Mrs. Hamilton'sthird M. Tyler pastor. Sgt. and Mrs. Harry Sankey Mrs. Louie Carter Sunday : minutes later and began the Junior OA officers for the
Cotton! of Hawthorne Mrs grade.Halloween. Mr! and Mrs. H. W. Bennett and sons of Martinez, Ga.. were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard search in the woods with dogs. October to May period are:
Ruth Barthlow Mrs. Ray Nu- Carnival will be Mrs. Hatty Darley and Miss spent the weekend with Mr. Mosley of Highland. Also Sharon capturing the boys a short Joan Hlnson. president; Alma BUY FROM THE MANUFACTURER AND SAVE ,

gen and daughter of Middle- an event of Saturday Sina Prescott attended Bap- and Mrs. E. M. Rhoden. Sgt. Mosley and John Norman. while later. Hlnson, vice president; Sandy
burg Miss Catherine Young of Oct. 30 on the school eVening'j tismal services of Highland Sankey has Just returned from Trudy Crosby was Saturday PTA Carnival Young-blood secretary-treas SCREEN ENCLOSURESALL
Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Vern I There will be a cake walk and Baptist Church at Kingsley 18 months duty in Korea. night supper guest of Mr. and Next Thursday I urer; Evelyn Jones program I
Richards of Green Cove I food stands as follows: Hamburger Lake Sunday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mrs Elmer Carter. Hampton Elementary PTAHallowe'en j and social chairman; Susan SIZES MADE TO ORDER
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier I hot dogs and baked Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddishof Thursday to Friday with Mrs We were sorry to learn of Carnival will be Dyal. prayer and forward steps
Oliver of Baldwin Mr. and beans cake and pies, and ice Webster spent Sunday with C. E. Strickland: in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Alary Etta Wardon hav- Thursday evening next week, chairman: Kathy Brown,
Mrs. M. H. Wyatt of Miami. cream. Attractions offered: Mrs. V. R. Reddish. I M L. Turner Is spend- ing an accident on NormandyBlvd. instead of In the afternoon membership committee; Kay 10'x15'
Rev. and Mrs. Fox of Newport rides, games the country Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells of I ing this week in Apalachlcola Tuesday morning. Caus- Richard Jockel principal said Caster Vicky Dyal stewardship -
Rlchey Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. store including: pot plants. And Leesburg were visiting Mrs. .. training beauty consultants.She ing the accident was the heavy this week. committee; and Sheila
Mayo of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. don't forget the fish pond. All Eftie Miner over the weekend.Mr. will also visit relatives tog and she couldn't see the Thursday Oct. 28 the carnival Haddock: mission study. ON YOUR SLAB
Eugene Pearson of Gainesville. parents are requested to assistIn and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of while there. car coming. She had a few I will be from 5 p. m. until I PERSONALS
Dr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts of any way possible. Cocoa visited< Mr. and Mrs A. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford .bruises and tore up her car. 9 p. m.. with serving for the M. and Mrs. Harry Manning
Jacksonville Beach: Mr. and The Young peoples) class of D. Dobbs for the weekend. I and family of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Mary Carter of M1U- spaghetti supper from 5 p. m. I visited 1n Gainesville F'mday
Mrs. Jesse Starling of Bar- First Baptist Sunday' School Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and dleburg was vlHltlng in Clay until 7 p. m. Supper prices are afteJ'nOOlwith the Rev. and $389 ,
tow, Clyde Wainwright of assisted by their teacher Mrs. visited their son-in-law and children of St. Augustine spent Mill last week. She visited :Mr. $1 for adults and 50 cents for Mrs. J. T. Howe ant' remained I
Eaton Park, W. O. Rhoden of Charlsn J Harvey gave a social I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Olen the weekend with Mrs. John and Mr*. Hardy Padgett and children. in Gainesville to attend
Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Joe Louis dinner in honor of a Williamson Macclenriy Sunday Shuford and Dave. Mrs. Tlnnie Padgett last Booths will be open at 5:30: church with them Sunday
Brown of Alhambra. Calif.? jjTommy Llnzy who member'j I Mr. and. Mrs. J, O. Pons and Thursday.Mr. P. m.. and will include: First I evening Rev. Howe is a former WHAT DO YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY
ed in the Army and Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. grade.: apple tree pastor of Lawtey Baptist
Mrs. Neil Phillips and Kennyof I family of Tallahassee and : and Mrs. George Bell and pln- HOI'S WHAT W( GIVE YOU
leave for training on October Wainwright over' the weekend the-tall-on-the-cat Church and has recently been
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mlngledorf! also and family and Mrs. Polly Pad- ; second
Richard Chesser a.nd.arle of 25. Most of the evening was i were Mrs. W. O. Rhoden of I Daisy of Kelt of Jacksonville visited grade, country! store; third 111. Mrs. Manning said. I. Th* llaeet Aim*). Series |.._ s.w ee* to*.
weekend i. 2a *" A__.. *rM ",1tIo I" m a" c-- Ar Lew MCa
Fairbanks, Mrs. MaHfj. Mileyof taken up in singing favorite Ocala, Clyde Wainwright of Tallahassee spent the :Mr. and Mrs Henry MORley grade cakewalk and fishpond; H. B. Hinson was taken to ,*.,.
Jacksonville Beach Mr. and songs accompanied by their Eaton Park and Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish Saturday afternoon.Mrs. fourth grade pick-a-duck and Brad/ore County Hospital In .. L5.-s. A......_ *... era Triea .II.10..--

Mrs. Paul Dinkins and son or special 'guest. Ray Norman of Jesse Starling of Bartow are Alice Moitley had the sponge throw: fifth and sixth Starke on Thursday last week .. AMabema ___ M
St. Hellbronn. About 13 young spending the week with the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Devore grade dart throw and for treatment.Mrs. S. Srea Ot VIM c_. cad. **.. Leak.C. .. N Mw
Augustine and milk
Mr Mrs. .
misfortune to fall out the doorsteps c.._ .. *M*| *..14.... .....*. w Lt.m.w
Horace Cox of WsJdo:\ Mr. and folks enjoyed this happy af family. and family and Mrs. R. H. Satuntay night and break bottle throw. Horseback rides, Mamie Mf d. who has T. we ..sMS Free sad.; ....fatl
Mrs. Tommy Carter of Jacksonville fair. The class presented Tom Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Futch spent the, day Sunday her collarbone. She was treat haYrides. and::! .fortune telling been hospitalized In. Orange I
my with a Bible as a token of will aim be part of Memorial ] In I II FOR EVERYTHING IN ALUMINUM
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Freddy in ValdoMa. Oa. visiting Mrs. ed at St. Vincent's Hospital .the entertainment Hospital Orlando: I -
Burton Mr.: and Mrs. Frank their regard for him. I Dinkins of Avon Park. Mr and in Jacksonville. She had to report he said. had a visit l lost week with her GAINESVILLE AWNING CO.
Sweat :M. C. Haddock Mr. Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. Ray- Mrs. Jim Burton of Jackson- Dorothy Eady and family. back Monday for treat Baptist WMU. GA I sister whom she h-id not seen

ment. Officers Named I. for .43 years. according\ to word FREE ESTIMATES 376-8888

Those visiting Mrs. Mottley Mrs. E. L. Birt was named received here from !her daugh
ter. Mrs. W. W. Hicks of Or I
Sunday were his slater Mrs. ,
Lena Mosley, Charlie Mosley'' .-.
and all of
son Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Padgettand

son, Mrs. Frank Slices
TAKE and sons of Starke Mrs. SPECIAL ELECTION

I George Moaley of Long Branch,
and family
Mrs. Tinnle I'adgett visited I'KECINCTNO. _u
YOUR her winter, Mrs. Colea ChesHer
NOVEMBER: 2. 1965 ,
and family In Mlddleburg )ut

:Mrs. Howard Padgett and
Tlnnie Padgett visited Mrs. L.
E. Padgett and sun l last Tues

day i in Starke. a cross (X) mark In the square at the III GilT for the Amendment or against the Amend
i Mr and Mrs Loran Padgett ment.
und eon of Starke visited Mr.
?@ I and Mrs. Howard Padgett
v I Sunday afternoon. No. 1Constitutional No. 4Constitutional \

: Mr. and M..... Rudolph Pad- Amendment AmendmentTo
gett and daughter of Doctor's\
To Article V Article IX
: Inlet vlalted Mr. Padgett's parents ,

I Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Section 5, Road Bonds -Proposing an amendment to
Padgett, Sunday.. Article IX adding
of Constitution
I the State by
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bowens Subsections((1) and ((2) a section to be numbered by the Secre-

of Savannah. a... visited Mr. tary of State authorizing the issuance of
District Court of
Judiciary Appeal-Propos-
CHOICE NO. ONE CHOICE NO. TWO Irene Iadgett and ,Mr. and bonds not to exceed $300,000,000 without
''Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson last ing an amendment to Article V, Section 5,
Thursday, subsections ((1)) and ((2)) of the State Constitution !- legislative approval, for the construction

Vote "FOR" Mr. and Mr. Buddy Wilkinson to provide that the state shall be divided and reconstruction of primary' roads into
Vote "Against"New and Wayne Johns spent into four or more appellate districts of four or more lane highways and to pay fifty

last weekend In Trenton with contiguous counties as the Legislature may per cent of the right of way 'costa thereof;

New Courthouse Courthouse Mr. and ]\\.I.. .... Dan Kalrcloth prescribe and that the Legislature may pro pledging certain tax funds: providing pow

and family. vide for additional judges for any district ers and duties of the State Board of Administration -

Bill Hall of Jacksonville was court of appeal and may reduce the number the Florida Development Commission -

"'Insure Bradford County's continued receipt "'Run the risk of losing all or most of the dinner t'axVg tt guest Saturday.Mr of Mr. Irene of any district to not less than three. and the State Road Department.FOR .

of Rare Track Funds: for the next :30 And !Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson -
Rave Track Funds now coming to the Hoard
years. (Over $250,000' ) of Panama City visiting r ''f
per year. were TilE AMENDMENT I ;
of County Commissioners each year. Atr. FOR TilE AMENDMENTAGAINST : : _
and Mrs. Hardy
"'Obtain a new courthouse, adequate for the : :
Iudgptt over the weekend.Mm. IE---n;
needs of our growing county, without increase *" I r Ullar Long attended THE A If ND IEm? AGAINST THE A IE-D: : 1 1
Continue to ue the present Courthouse'
of ad valorem
taxes. i the fiineml, of her nephew." Leroy .
"" which is: inadequate for. our needs- or Mosley in Jacksonville No. 2Constitutional No. 5Constitutional
Insure' the continuance' of the following
vital "throw money down the drain" by costlyremodelling I Monday afternoon. Amendment AmendmentTo
services for our county: I :'11'.. Ruth Moaley" underWent -
Recreation Department. and enlarging. surgery In St. Vincent's To Article V, Section 7, Article IX, Section 13

-I Public Library Hospital In Jacksonville Ut By Adding Subsections Taxation Proposing an amendment to Ar
Juvenile week. She tide IX. Section 13 of the State Constitution
Counseling.Mosquito *' is home now and doing -
Run the risk of increased' ad valorem taxes -
--! Control.Hospital well. ((2A) and (2B) to include mobile homes trailer coaches
: to make up t the funds I that are I lost ifdistribution Mr. Ruben Mosley is .still house trailers
etc. under
I Assistance'I I t to Indigent! the definition of
Financial Assistance' to Chamber of of the race track funds I lt! in the hospital not doing ma Judiciary. Lake County JudgePropo..lng "motor vehicles" and thus subject to a license -
well as expected. an amendment to Article V, Section 7 of the
Commerce Bradford changed/ by Legislative reapportionment tax only.
County Hospital
Mrs. Mattle Belle Austin State Constitution! by adding subsections
Bradford County Development Authority visited Irs. Ruth Mauley Saturday ((2A) and (2R( ) providing that the Legislature t a

Association., and Bradford County Fair "'Run the risk of losing or curtailing such night in the hospital. may provide without referendum thereFOR THE AMENDMENT: I I I
Mrs. Mary Etta WorcUn on for additional County Judge of Lake
valuable service Recreation
-Farm Forester: as: Depart visited! in Jacksonville Sunday I ,

-Other Agricultural Services.Without ment, Public Library, Juvenile Counselor, Afternoon with her new .nttp- County. AGAINST TIlE AMENDMENT f

Mosquito: ( !' Control. Hospital' I Service to Indigent grandson, born last week to
I Race Track Funds C. ad valorem I t taxes Mr and Mrs. Sonny Wordan.. FOR TilE AMENDMENT;: II
would have, to be raised!' to pay for these: s. Assistance to Hospital Development Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herndon -

services or they would be cut off or cur- Authority, Fair Association' Chamber and family of Highland I I I.
tailed. ., ... fI1. of Commerce and other vital services. visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank AGAIN TIlE AMENDMENT: r
Carter Saturday night.
Mrs.. uMattie' Carter and ) ",. No.3Constitutional .
Annree Myars of Jacksonville Amendment

The Decision Is Yours! Carter visited last Mr. Wednemlay.and Mrs. Elmer To Article V, Section 9 : '. .

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morley -
of Highland visited Mr. Judiciary. Palm Beach County Criminal

THE TIME IS-ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER 2 And, Mrs. Elmer Carter Sunday Court of Record-Proposing. an amendmentto
afternoun. Article V, Section 9 of the State Consti-

COME TO THE POLLS AND VOTE "FOR" tution to provide that the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court in Palm Beach County shall also

THE NEW COURTHOUSE THE RIGHT POINT f. UM be and serve as the Clerk of the Palm Beach

County Criminal Court of Record. .
way ;yea write. Con* In and. .


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