Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01461
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3,350 Every Copies Week BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH co/;' ; :'Cents

Official Countu Publication Established 1879 '


In Bradford
Before Civitan Club

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Phosphate FindIs -1 I Police Chief Candidates


Di&ijouraging ._ ;- -

F I Voice Political Views

A "somewhat dlscourairinsr", report on phosphate I

explorations in Bradford County was filed with the I Speaking to the CIvltun Club At iU weekly .early

County Commission this week by Amex Exploration morning breakfast, meeting Tuesday, Sturke'a three I

Inc.. a subsidiary of American- ----- M..t..1 Clim es x. Inc- I cumiiduteH: for chief of police had their first chance

The board gave the corporation ; t to voice their Dolitlcal view to an organized irrouo.IiKMunbrnt .
a permit on Nov. 34. ploratlon .la contemplatedwithin Dill RaniwT chief -

194 allowing- tM drilling- of thia area" the lettei alnce 1B61 and _'kine hla

exploratory prospect hole a- aid. thli-J twtii was the only one! all at Roajrr, In a question and
long rtghts-ot-way of county. to take the full 10 minutes altowii& aiMwer period.
with owned the road terma. In of this accordance County Receives At left are Barry Firth' runner-up, and Clyde. Terwlllegnr .. / however Challengers How doee toe number of

Amax baa submitted egreemeat Hurricane Funds champion, with, trophies preoenlrd last Friday .night. wen Lawson Starts councl.nvmber men on the Situate pulls: for, j
and James A. SulMtivn with the recommend-
drilling; tog for all 69 halo I compare
which have been completed Totaling $2,743Carl Above (from "left) Club pro John Walsoal Marlon' Kkler. "port.lllAD.hlp farmer policeman and Uona of the Association of

to date. with an accompany Roberta, County Civil 1 trophy) Harold Kppo winner 4th flight: Glen .. "" > heavy e spoke two ininufa. Chairman aaktvl l.Roaaer
basely Simpson
lag map ahowing their loca Defenae Director delivered a mast Improved golfer) Drew Redtllsh... 4th flight nmner-up: J. .
'. Introduced by Prowess said ho .U "uiuttM-mun-
tion."Thin check for 2.74393 to County. Uriffln, Snl night winner' and Fred Glean Hub preohlmt.ed "
: Ohali-ntan John Blmpeon Roei.rr ned
and/or low
grade Clerk Charle Darby this week
l told th* avltane hi* goal What facilities
phosphate bortaona were penetrated repreaentlng! payment from are available
In many of the holeadrilled. Federal Diaaater Relief >_!.- Golf Presented ha been to upgrade/ the police to train the force and what
," Amax said. In one tance for Hurricane Dora last Trophies Friday Nighl force. II* ask he cut the police would the coat be. Rev. W A

bole, however, aufScient phosphate mpat'l.menbud..,..' 13.300 UOC'II.I.ror of the FIN

was Intersected to warrant fall.Of the total amount. S377.OO Th. Preaident. Cup, for the play' to take the club cham- mixed. two-ball foursome event I II. sign up Inthe when he took office In 1M1 thiptlnt Church aaked.

Ita being considered aa went to the County Health! club championship waa presented .I plonshlp In recent competition. I.I scheduled tor both ladle mm a.* ftooslbl \ and that every man on the "Anything. at all would

marginal ore grade." Department $ U.1I3 to the to Clyde Terwtllegar at and men at 31 p.m. After the i Racli team will fore now has a high school herp," Rooter auld. Cost ot i.

Metallurgical data. for thla Mosquito Control Program; the Starke Golf A Country I''I John Watson dub pro announces event*, the ladle will be boats I nve me.mbarii (' : nicatlon.: week. training wouUR. be about
hole, numbered ..-e81, waa and 11,83100 to the County Club lot Friday night at asocial \ that two nine-hole at a covered dish ..uppar.A. lain, This will be tie also] mid\ that when! tie 171 "and. a marl* life Is woitl
attached and the map ahowed Road Bridge Fund. get-together attendedby event are planned for Labor men'a nine-hole golf event that each & ran In 41 IM promised. a.o fight that." tie added.

IU )location near the Santa Fe Check. for damage have over BO member Day Sept A. A blind bogey league will start, moon, and I Ii I play with illegal whiskey sods In the : now
bU a turnover does the
River south of Graham on previously been received by Terwillegar defeated Barry event will be held for the men i all number' Interested In Monday and "," | city. He MM he followed up

Road 370."me the City In the amount of Firth one-up In 36-hote match- competitor at 8 a.m., and a joining a golf team should I will be on a ""n.b.- f : with 31 arrest and 31 rorvvlctlutwi. department have and how

data obtained from S14,47t, and by the School .-,, .. compmrml. to five arrest many Job application are on
Amax' reconnalasanca drilling Board for $3.676.71.Cookout I ; BaaisScltool .. the previous year, file now Baked Charles France -
program In Bradford Coanty County Board I I On Integrated t "We ha\nt't denned.. It all *, principal of Starke Kle-:

have been somewhat dleaour- Tax Roll mentary School.
up. the chief Ktmlttert. "but I
aging and no additional ex- EnjoyedBy Audit :ReportIs DropsIn It'. been cut down." lUxweriul "I could replace n man the

Rotarians I << <1f>d that It Ui much easier. I minute he quIt. but with

Police Chief Favorable Union to crack down on moonshine whom U. the qll. t.lOI'h..
Starts Rotarians enjoyed a chief replied. "You don't make
I aim. than on bonded w h iIIkl'f: .
Sheriff Endorse teavk cookout at the Statue Financial condition of the Union Ceunty n..k.' : The chief says hla main a policeman. of a man by

School Safety OoU 4k Country Club Wednesday county at the end of the fiscal the Court Robert Urtgcer Runs II RoaU. tf elected to a titled merely pinning on a budge and

nl ht In lieu of the regular year ending netntoer 30. lent.w are that a lowered / term, are Uk put In, a f\nuvrpilnUnit putting him on the atreet.

Stark. Police Chief Bat luncheon meeting. The 1M4 was good according to a tau ..111. inch a good thing I ivntem to provide CWltan' Prealdrnl Walton

Rouer and Bradford OottntyBhertff event was a pay-off In a recent report" of State Audit Department after aiL training for hiss policemen He GitKltr, \ Mid after the session

P. D. Reddtah fully attendance contest between received by County Clerk Meat felke wear. be hat'I I It wa a hUtrolc Monday Auinmt 30, in also hit the low pay scale that the Ctvltan will probably

support the Peninsula Motor the. BMtopitee, and the Charle Darby thla week. *>r t. ee the la* roll. ".p. County t the flrat day local Hchut. were & 1 the policemen are forced' to have the distinction of *imiiorlng .

Oub' (AAA). drive to alert Orahamltea with the formerwinning Financial operation aa evidenced l but when It happened re- an IntegTHtmi baal l,' and It waa the *muoth work under now. the only policltal rally

motortet to .drive carefully In fbto-Clnlah.. %l- Warp. oeally I. the Urtba CaeoN that. "Ifa ..JltUe rldloulou. UM. In the .city,
, bar: theJecOf I ,day of rta>.(H.a .r.n. the mtmt' exMrUinc}
la school arw and aIoua4:1MIoI Member. eatltll'ed-ill"the usually conduct; In acooAf- rwrhesw. Uritlan tiered i ton remembered in th4 c training .'liuatlon." the Turnrrif toothed; bimlriciM.Clrsxljr .
.- buaee.Chief dub during the afternoon and: ants with .lef-J j-equlremenli a muffled prete*!. many years ClUef BMld.' H would rot 175l announced:

ROMMT sold a actiool engoyed pltohlnB horse hoea. and good buvineM practice The weighty. Us rell book "If every day was that un I l>er week to train .> man but "We had a 'flmf here. >
Patrol la being; organixed and and puttlrur contest which wa followed.. Etpendlturea wer. fell. eff a deck, landed en eventful. I'd open the build I &total county there I III no prnvUhui.. In the (Bradford
will be on duty at school croeinga. won by Buddy Bishop and kept within available resource the clerk'* feet, and broke Inti. In the nv, >rtiln go home, I' proximately 3.410, 1 city bifluot' for It. till rbtlm.. I I when our ye.terifsiylMundayl school'

H. added. that a police Clyde Terwlllegar (tied for and puroheuiing procedure his I big teetGrades, and not carte back! until It waa act count will lf. paid hit foive I I. 110 low. were Integrated wlUiout, incldenl .

woman will be on fall time fuse place, with T T. long were adequate time to close them. In theafternoon. far a few week '' | manned now It would

duty on schools days e4 the aa ft I.ner.up. '. Budget preparation was ad< *. i was the descrlpIUon lariterth ol. hiring another. man to free are due congratulation .

school crowing on Highway Chef for ttte evenlrnr were ) quat" amended budget were given by one principal with grade 7 &to Just one to attend a training.. ,"
A. Rfclgoly Jones. general Bishop Bill Oraham. Bill followed ana record' were I 7 & 8 Three) county echooH were pected to &top l l [I .cliool.
of the PentiMula Hood and Jack Trawtck. integrated for the flrat time the tint time brady also announced. that
manager generally well kept the favorable for A patrolman make >ijt 170
Motor Club. remind gtrlvoraChat report aald Be Closed Monday without Incident: 13 the close of school ( '', per week, of whim. I/lft/ 1 U take the climb ha a atrak eupper
May Negro student were regUUrtd set for Saturday September
many klnd.rcanaNI FHP Reports Record on the county'" mowtD I 1,188 student had the rhl..f..1d With
children WIll to attend Bradford High and : pay 31. at the Klnicaley. lake home,
primary were :, on the roll and. .. I I like that
control projrarn salary a man can
e- on their own in tracft for Minor Wreck At Brooker 1 art: td.ntt.r.ll1umber. at Staike arrival !had of member Jntut, Oreen., He Incited .
also well kept' the report aald j .. "'t possibly support a family
the tint time. Many of UMM Elementary plus one second all member, and their
I During Week Only error we two stale. fund U allun. PilikcliMl I :\ I ef'I. .. nab) till wy|> hla own way for wives'
bad &t) ails il..
children have not any pre- grade Negro atudent at Bouth-
were) overretnltted by 11.17023 The Bradford County school) Mid. further train!"., the chief adllNl .
vkm traffl aWety ed atlon. aide Elementary. Three Nrgrostudent A .
committee:' ot J F: Tom-
Just one minor accident the State Board t .
very and $4433i by in a pecial' meeting *> "I though our .
Not all echool pedeetrtana who had reguteredat Union (ohalm
"'nl, John
.treeta that was reported in Bradford Board of healthThese over-i 1 pjn. Wednesday dcMl, to student body met U, .' Citing hU man-power irfiortii Oreen"
have acceea to Lawtey>Junior Hlxh school Turn
Casey. Charles'
by traffic aids I County during the put week remittance are to be deducted defer action on the cueing of here today. In a ".r < are protected were transferred to Anderson Jim .
atgnalav eta In by the Florida Highway patrol from future allocation of the seventh and eighth trade and calm "' ..,. I 11 l fulltlme aixl ate part wrre named
such aa algna Junior lush by request' of to handle the cookout!!
addition many children will station here tat.* aid fund, the report at Brooker school until the their parent who aipearrd,; commented Moml ly polkenu-n. Now the d*I.

have to walk aloof or In a I Dale Millard Brown. 34. ettpulated board' next meetaln,.. before the School Hoard tealweek Approximate : pnrtmeiit lia only $10 fullllme'
roadway particularly' In rural JacluonvUle aaleafnan. wa Only cN erep nc* In the The seventh end I eighth Staike Elementary and three |>art>tlme employ Lists

and new auburban area which charged: with following too commissions report wa In a grade at llrouker have a total The School Board met l.itWet'Tiendey opening day )' I ..* I Ile Mid his department. City

frequently fLa". no aldewalka. closely' when his II1St 1 Dodge policy established on May 7, enrollment of only' IS etudent In rot.nectlcith mentary, 300.; .... < ...,.. .,* 30/ cells per day and
aivl 1
MotorMa are urged to drive pickup truck crabbed Into therear M4 that all borrow pit pu'h- at the preeent time. ..< Integrating the tares High 241. ., I weekend It goer up to BC 2,234 Voters
with extreme. caution la auch of a 1855 Ford alatkm ed with county equipment! be In other action the board Illnh 107. : : BO/ which. an officer. actul.
schools .established policy
....... wagon' driven by Otla Lanler brought\ before the entire -. a request"| from parent cancelling all school aponnnred High) /School! 6J$, I ly has to Itave the office anr" Ktark ha. 2,234 qualifiedeJsrtor

StoHl.,. 2$. Start idalryana board for approval before concerning the rerouting foetal activities. for Indefinite gar Junior Hlvh Investigate He said that act who are cllglbl' tt>
IAWTET DANCE The ralahap. In which dana they are dug.According of school bus No. T driven by period. Th poIlt".1II O- Caoey said he vl l i I of more Ulan 3 to the report. Mr' *. slide It was desMod by ', town are checked nlutilryRwell KUctlun.fteglstrallon. .
.ea totaled. only SI OO, occurred timeb.I1mrd county M-ltool
round and reviewed "from time to ,
There will be a nothing on recordto the board to reuonte bu No. J IA.. who' .la < ultlnhi
last Wednesday August -There la wee generally ,. on. / | b>Miks.. rlivimlflatunlay ,
square dance at the LawWI' the beard his d". 7 to deliver, the cnlldrtn living felt the action council to fuipolice '
Friday 25. at 5:45: p m when Bteeley Indicate I wein the beat Interest ,,' I, with opening day I city post run with a tots) of 1 1.11''"
Strawberry Wharf or nod fin. along "tah30t before chief against! IbMner
pit and 343
borrow Whit
lowed to turn right Into the any "r..* Negro votereon
nigh from 7:30: to I a. m. sine. \ deliveringtnoe living on the !the overall artiool programaccording ,
Bo Truck mile. din from private land with the new 1 told the CIviratM there Ia I t the list. Of this. total new
Sl.Op.8 to Stipt. Tom Ca*"v
the Star- I. TM In ;
Flares Padcett art I Oraham Roe change
the reaohitkm How I fI"l.nll l for effkien'plke .I..J. 1.17
| reglatratb-ns
south of Starke on t/ B. 301. pa* rnr /route he said ( "ar..t *n '''
The ruling applies to eve
call- of boa No. T will
Ute boys wig provide the the route "
ever, the record Indicate one i itnOance .....1.tlJ(1e"ta\ : force whit., ant A2 Negro
Inc and mualc. wa chanted by i i mean that children living along. school: In the county Onh ,/ ,
\ .
where county equip-i (Umpton. and "Thill tit, I. vruwtnir and a City Clerk Merrill niwanli: *
Trooper M. Holli. the Invewtlgatlng -
,, Highway 301 wlU ea deliveredhorn. exception to the new policy I- I '
officer, with folowtnc mend according to ;the road,< top from Bradford: It grows the demand on I I' sahl that Ml vuter "wsr" reInstated -
erwrie 4O minute earlier regularly arhedulAt rhnol Int.r.chala.lle
too ckiaely. foreman. wu wed on private1ontlnued i I If | bootore."nM Graham RouthiWren athletic actMtle* f Cay! leaving UH I, row I've beer a part of your nod of approximately
f on Pt 3)> I I II than. they reach the ( .. l city lovcrninent for II year 3'M: whose _..... hail. 1 been
TICKETS I will arrive home a. Supt. T L. CI""Y"T repottedAverage ,. I
when that.tr..t Hat
hoot eutht minute later than .l approximately' 1 why I rememt r stricken from the for
NOW ON SALE I Irwllrallmf N>irth Tem failure' to vote In sletl. they'' dH previously. (Continued .
> tnexla andpMed Rain on pie Avenue, ) w*. t t.t"> plr rlurlng, the .past two year
let Annual Rotary Club A motion was .
to the S4 mill-' I trail Lawson. Mid Tile new total of 2.23 H.
BALL approve .
CHARITY age rate. Upon approval of 13 Feet In ''If I I'm.elected.. III H. that fill' several hundred. short of
18 you have .n efftrtent pikeforce ., the high mark of around 2.W.
Sat. Sept this motion It was pointed out I .....
ctoalmrHulilvan lOti"
he ad'ted. In "which reached In
9 P.M. To 1 A.\I. that there haa born no IIIcr.... Past 3 Months : : who kid the Ctvlten -

Bradford County s, In school taae ht Hradfnrd the first thing he had to

Fairground) County H'e been a long, wet mm do was Introduce' hlm+U. mid' Jimmy StricklandTo

In MKIon to wrtool ruperIntenxWnt -i', merJune.. he ram to Htarke In 1039 and Appear Thurs.
July, end August ..
Manic By Tom Cu.,. board. I h "l Camp lllaiMllntf
HARRY COKER rnemh.ee p e vent at \Veonee. I brnagtkt an average of almost. ,: 'I his,. th. kmw-how he At BUS AuditoriumThe
j three feet of rain to the rmmty. ..
dave meting were; PXhan I I<1 Tve Men arnurnl quite>
And Orchratn
ex-cordlrHT to "nt'* Jimmy HtrkkUrelMhow .
me urem '
bit aril l f
a 1'.p".1 m
M R.pp. Dan fltaHlnr., A.of ..,, : : am
Benefit: Coramuaity r .r HollMay. amt R. P H U.The .I BrartfonTe" three fore I' here, qualifier! for the. hob* and direct from Channel
I SerWeAre tower. 1 .rn avalUbl Hut& It* .." ...' T V rn Jacksonville will atoim
of tlwhntrd
ProjettaIS net meeting
I June wee th.* wettest urn 'A* a heirv erjuipnient" oper- a on. night performance" next
I.I ...hedul..s for Te_
Couple Donation day "fVpt. 7. at 10am. mar month with an averageof aka I wjf11 I have any troobleeltln Thurwtay li.pt.mrrr t, at the
Brooker Hydrocarbons Plant KUt tnrhrv; July was a. a M If t Mar th. election Bradford ;lllrft_ Hcrw.4 AuuiI -

I oiH with 1OTO: and Angus but.. f don't pUn, to "km1 I I I tortum

Jimmy Strickland Is Safety Award Winner Elizabeth Scott month useally--'ran the a wetted poor third summer with I It I I sponsored by the Storks
dUnn mM..) thai a fomer Jaycees. proceed will go for
I Wins First Place 14 ladies). The 50-year average __
Auditorium metnovr vi the police force "1 '
Dwlght Bprow. eaenlvelk. lie*. 31. IWM.\ without a di-' I for August .Is 14 03 Inches trturwl' al ""it I l lH I the group' .nrmal Christmas
In Baton world
Tfcunu Sept. 9th Oa' Twirling I Total rainfall tor the Utrse- with; fbuMrr. and I Party for underprivileged chill -
*. tnes i iH of Florida bUng injury. I .. Ml .... ( | have
i ns
nothing '
Spaaaared by Jayceea Co. .le pictured at left above The employee are now tI month period wa 33 8 S .....b.. against him; drtn.
prnp.rt. l...llwr but. he hut. not cb.>* the tent I
ae he pissmts Will Olllvtt working toward the 2OOOr) I RlUahvth: Itcott.' oaugnter oil' almost half a aonrtal year's The show will
begin at 8
nil. 8pce Contributed .* mark, since Dec. SI, ,... ', .U_ W", iMilMleg wlU .what he had to work p.
mom .-.. of FVarVS Hydrocarbon tnma hour Mr and )f ReeM R. rVott i, euppl7. m. and will be 'spiced| with local
Weekly to PvbUdMCovnaiaiiity Co. with the &'>utJI. MM.. aa they continue Uvtr of Kinffolry Lake, won first''I IMnce Jan. 1. the tbr-e are mail. U*- ". vlth. talent. Buai Broadway wtU

Events. fcy em Gas Aeoortatloa Safety A1cbievement I safety reconl. I place In baton twirling convMtin tower have reported. an average lot tttr new "'IUJ A4 police chief' Hulltvanw \ dance at tntcrrruokion ana a
Award 'i riorMa Hydrocarbon .U a.aatd.ary I I .. :>t he world dUUIbute his
| T with 20 othore at the of 64 I lnrhe of rain In TK r ....... local band. The Soul, will arts
The CommunityState \ The plaque was given to of Fronts las. > Co. Fteeta la FcrnsAdina I Beach the county. 'Ssl >wwtl... ",* I''. foroe dltrnUy.nd..b.. amore perform
I the n empioyeee of Florida{ and produce LPG and goes I The ho efficient operator
I summer
.tt..rrhIt. *...,. l Admission fa '1.80 for adult
Bank Hydrmasborr tar their -onI line at Its gas product extrwcUoa \t oa August la. wee ward I old forest Ares to a minimum Altar the iwerhea.. the CtvtUan -
.... I and 79 cents: for atudenta.Julial .
1 of working 100,000 man b un. plant rM-ar Brookrr. ed a beautiful trophy. With only 21 rp ft.*i s4nt appatinssieiy from J_ 1. lfM3 through I Jan. 1, wttk .7.7 acre burned. alit h.. .lai <... I




Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Renner Mr. and Mrs G. S. Brown
spent' last work In Douglas Many Students High School PTA
I and son, Bill, were vacationing ) I .
Ga, on bUHinesH. .lout/ week in -the Smoky College Bound Board MeetsThe
Mr. and Mrs. Jullim Marlowe Mountains.' -

of Wyaltinlng Pu have purchased Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarezof From Starke AreaMore executive board of the

--- the Leo Champion Boynton Beach were vistlng High School' PTA met Wednesday Elect
than lOt Starke and
farm Bowers Road. The
GLADYS MOOTY on their daughter Miss Dorothy afternoon the horns
area boys and girlsprobablya
Champions are living
Alvarez several days last Mrs. V. J.
of the president,
1 their Airs. Lola Lyon record number- will soon
Phone daughter!
until their new home Is finished week. be leaving for colleges and Spengler.The .
I I l on the William Thompson Mty and Mrs. A. L. MooreJr. universities In Florida and following committee: Dr. Mm J. fe
1 Iloiint
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whlsler Tommy Haines of Altamont I property on Bond. 16. of Blacksheur, Ga., Mr. elsewhere. Included In the chairmen were appointed' :

and. family of Folkston Ga. Springs was the Sunday overnight Mr.
were Sunday visitors of Mr. guest of Mr. and Mrs. spent last week at their cottage ( Atlanta, Oa., and Mr. and Mrs. Bt*Johns River Junior College publicity Mrs. Harry Mooty 1. *r
and Mrs. Oarl Matthews Charles Hardy. on Hall lake. Tommy Johns and son of : programs. Mrs. Jerome Johns;

Mr. and :Mr, I. a. 'Hazen David Harris of XJncolnton. Miss Joan Blanar of Orlando Macclenny were guests last Martha Susan Rltriv. Dee devotional. Mrs. Charles Darby Your

and family of Jacksonville N. C. Is visiting Rick Hood 11 student at U. of F., In week of Mr* J. W. Hitch anal: Walters. Jim Lewis Mark I ; membership. Mrs. H. O. o

'were weekend visitors of Mrs. this' week. The two young men staying At the Renner apart- Mrs. Daisy Ferryman at t Santa Hamilton> Donnle! Thompson, Bolllnger; hospitality, Mrs. r i P
Carolina from Fe Lake. Mr. Rash was In J. D. Warren; year bock, Mrs.
A. K. McKinney.Mr. will return to North ments while Interning John Harold Andrew, Linda CITY COUNCILMAN
8. ]Dec-ember) oat Boston Mass on business from Ernest Pats; and parllamcn-
Sept. to
and Mrs. L. O. Hazon State University on : September ( to Kay Holton Gary Cole Peg
Christmas' has Stnrko Elementary School. Sunday Thursday.Mr. tatlan John Simpson
James A. returned
Malted Mrs. O. A. Barber in gy Slianbargar, Linda Bishop,
from DesMolncs, la. Mrs. AnneLle Lee of Lake and Mrs. Max Furlong The five meeting li'ate::!' for -
Phyllis Haddock Linda Crews, GROUP TWO
Gainesville 'on Sunday.
Mrs: Addle 'Wheeler of Taft where he was confinaji weeks following a heart Mr. and :Mrs. Charlie Cowen. spend' the weekend with her I for one large money-making
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lay- Carlton Men?, Gene
attack. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews parents: Mr. and Mrs. V. V, project( were discussed.Mrs. .
field of Lake Harbor will be Wiggins Toni Titus Marcia
of Jacksonville were Sunday Hazpn. Mr. Haze4 underwent
Davis of Gainesville
and I Ores Whittle, Phyllis! Miller John
weekend of
Mrs. W. P. Herlong.For I spent the weekend with his! dinner 'guests of Mr. and. Mrs. surgery Hospital In on Bradford Tuesday. County Arthur Reddish: Robert Nelson O. E. Crosby September H i is election day and I urge you to vote as you please

continued progress re- grandmother, Mrs. Lucile Da- R. With O. tMnsby.crime rate In the na. Register now and vote September Sharon Dale, Tommy Entertains nUT VOTE! The difference in an Alert, Progressive" City and a Slow,

elect William [Bill] Romer.. vis. They were joined Davis on Sun-and lion. growing. six times faster 14. for William [Bill] Thomas Dish Bishop. Tom Stagnated City Is found around the table at the council meetings. The
day by Mrs. H. Q. Honor
.Mr. and Mrs. II. < A. Lawson dnrtghter..lenn.' than population, an experienced Ronser. Moore. Hal Lawson. Jimmy Society men you elect on September 11th to represent you on the City Council,

had as weekend:\! 'guests Misses }Dr.) .rvl. Mrs. D. W. Whiffpn qualified| man' ,Sit, needed Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Lennonof my Lawson and Billy Carol Dowlln/r.Searing Jim-Joe Mrs. O. E, Crosby was reflect the kind of city you have.
Elizabeth LAwson and Mary ll.mBer. Jacksonville vl\.,lUn .
and children visited the J.wk- He-dect William 101111[ ] were hoHtess at a covered l dish luncheon
ThlKpen, Linda Ernest

Dewey of Blvelra Beach. Mr. ''her mother. Mrs. Ed Prevatt last for the
sonvllle Zoo Sunday afternoon. Jenkins, and Bill Jordan.: Wednesday When elected Councilman I the kind
ait City promise of
and Mrs. Charles Lawson of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cronk- laH Sunday. Alpha Delta Kappa honorary. your you
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Varsity Tommy Football:M.illoy, I and BH3 l 'basketball Junior- bite and. family were In Tum- Mr. ainiii! Mrs. Dewey Warren Furman University, Lyn- teachers sorority, honoring the City Government of which you can be proud. I will act as your voice

Jordan of Lake Wales and orxu'h, has\' rented the I'Kover. the weekend visiting and son of Savannah., Oa. will wood Walters; Southern Sem- new members :Mrs. Clyde Sin' and carry out your wishes: for a Sensible, Honest, and Economical City

their families and Bud Lawson Kinrakl cottage:\ on N Wnlnut I Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald/ I Myers: spend) the Labor Day weekend I inary and Junior College, Terry clair, Mrs. Don Patray and Government.
of ''Hill. N. C. and and Mrs. Kd! Bailey. Barry: Austin Pray State and l
Mars Mr l with her parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs Carl Roberts, a retiring -

--Street.--..;- = -=- --1 Mrs. C. attended L. Cooper the home and J. S. Sapp and family.Mr. I College Stetson University Cookie Mathews Elaine, : : member, Miss Madge I THE NEEDS OP. DUn CITY ARE; :MANY\ AND IT IS NOW TIME
# Y daughters and Mrs. William Greenof I Middleton.
APPRECIATE KF coming ''at the New Prospect Strickland; Chlpola Junior Fall flowers in attractive arrangements
a I DEEPLY; Neptune Beach were Wed 'I TO ACT INSTEAD OF. TALK.In .
a. .. ; Baptist Church In Cross Cityon nesday visitors of Mr. and College Klara. Lechoczky; were used to high- '
r ) Sunday. Kansas State, Mary Ann Dally; of Interest in the
Mrs. J. S. Sapp. : tight points
by The the confidence ICItlrena. shown of Starkn In me In The families of Mr. and i The families of Mr. and. University! of Alabama, Larry Crosby home with shades of I the event I am unable to contact you personally, please accept

.S allowing me to run for reelection -i Mrs. R. M. McRae of Starke, i Mrs. David Montgomery, Mr. Noegel( ; U. S. Air Force Academy purple and green predominatIng. this as my invitation for your support! and vote In the city election.

and Mr. and Mrs. C. R... Wilson Jack/ MKomb: : Brigham :.
an your City Clerk without P and Mr*. James! Saunters: and
Sr opposition.. I am humbly r a r of Brooker attended Iho 1 Dr.> !and Mrs. R. S. Mum",1, Young University! Larry Craw. Fourteen. member enjoyed Good

grateful for your trust I mill.. (''I Tyre family reunion at Oold spent the weekend:!. at! the ford; University' of South this delightful affair. Government Means A Progressive CityPd.

confidence It In. encouraging to Head Branch on Sunday. Montgomery cottages! on the Georgia, Bill Edwards, Patty

know that 1 have] your wip- ester I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Blade- Suwannec River near Mayo Blgham. Ken Thomas: Shower Given ( Tol. Arfv.)

a. port .In my efforts to mane attended the L. P. Ga. convention where Boy Scout Troop 70 was University! of Georgia Janet t I
you to the very bent, of' my In Orlando/ from camping.For / HarrV John-" Adams, Tomb, At Weldon Home

.. knowledge.. Thurtwlny to Sund.iy. continued co-operation, Smith: 0')1'040'11 Military College 1- For Bride-elect i
Mrs. Charles Cox of Hunt- Steve Denmark' J'tnmy': t
It ha ttfffi. a plcaniirfi to work with all local organization: -
for you In running your CityGovernment ington, West Va., formerly of Vote! Wlllliim: (Bill] RosHCr. Smith; North Carolina State. Miss Elaine Gilhooly, pro,,-
.. In which. I am L' I Starke, Is visiting her Hon-ln- Mile\ Kay Oarbett has en- Rick Hood; Jacksonville: University. pectlve bride of September 17'1 SAMPLE BALLOT

deeply concerned. I aimiin) J law and daughter, Mr. and toted the Licenced' Practical. Barry Firth Jan. Adams .:!- was complimented at a lovely I

you that your interests. are my Interest. I and will welcome, Mrs. Claude Hardee and baby Nursing School at Alachua Suzanne Judd'::!: Lake City bridal shower last Friday evening \ FIRST PRIMARY

your fluggefttlonn. and lulvlce for community. hettrrmrnt.Sincerely . (non Darrln. General Hospital. Mrs E. K Junior College Gene Pass, given by Mrs. Lester
I Mrs. W. K. Midilleton I< and Tanner !la taking Miss Gar Cheryl Shealy Ed'le Noearel, I Humphries' Mrs. Randall) GENERAL ELECTION

!MKKItlLJ.Pd. Ir.JlW\IU04.! I Miss Madge Mlil.llcton visited Leonard Duggar( Hope Holiday Chrism Mrs. Franco Meng!;
belt's place as office clerk at t Starke
1MrH.. K. L. Patten In the Huptlst Mary MartlnFlorida; and Mrs. Gladys Weldon, at Bradford County, FloridaSEI..E
( I. Pol. Adv.WIN ) the Credit t Bureau. I
1\\ Memorial Hospital on Sat State, Richard Walnwrtsht, the home of the latter.
Keep u qualified man In office .
IIIEIt 14 1965:
urday. Mike Denton Mike Rerldlih.. Arrangements of giant sin ,, ,
re-elect William (Bill I IItfllls..r. '
Mr. and !Mrs. R. H. Borpa. Dunr Seymour, Olenda Wade. nias were used at points of

A PILE Mrs. (l. II. B"n.tttnd/ :'Irs.J. Local. admittances: to Bradford Maria, Moore. Richard Brett Interest in the party rooms for To vote for person whose name is printed on the ballot
B. Siipp attrndod. the fnnerul fltevo Edwards. the occasion with an arrangement mark I
County' Hospital this Tom GartnerMartha a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the
of Mrs. Stella Wiggins of the flowers centering
1n Banderi\ .
sister of Mrs. Bennett, In Un- week Include; Mrs. Audrey U of F., Hallle- the refreshment. table.I name of the person for whom you desire/ to vote.

KOCH CASH POT adllla, Ga. on Sunday. Kite Mrs. Louise Orlffls. Mrs. Chuck Moore. Seymour. Punch and cake were erved. ,
Mr. and Mrs A. J. ThomasJr. Agnes Parri-! Mrs. Ida Prescott '! Donnle Thorntorv Reddish Eighteen guests. enjoyed this FOR CITY CLERK

No Puzzles. to. Solve. Nothing to Write No and children returned Saturday Mrs. Dorothy Llr.enbcc. Ann Epperson Silly delightful nccnjtlon. For Two Years, Vote for One
1','. Stamps to Lick No Uhlll\tlu'n.) l ( .J..-t Come from a three weeks tour Mrs. LJrniie Woods, Ralph Geraldine Jimmy Smith, I

In Each': Week .or Several Time a Day of the western states Mr Goodge! Fred Starling Pamela Becky Gay Mickey Danaby : -. WasdinBuckleyWedding

II and Get. Your FItKK'; "Cunli .'..t.. Ticket. Thomas also attended the Jnkab and VII rO V. Ifazen, all ar. William Dlnkins.Harrrll.Linda: HAl{ ( MERRILL EDWARDS; > n
,v- of Starke: Joseph! Norman, Richard Plans
-American Legion National! j
Winner Hobbs. f
:: Convention in Portland. Ore Mrs. Grace Harley, end Mar- Judy McRae. MargirctPater. f ..
FLORENCE LOI'ER They were accompanied on vin Rosier of Lawtey; Mrs Mike!! Slstrunk. Jeff Th marrtise\ of Mba Linda\ : D
Madolenc of Warren Yvonne Conner, Andy Faye Wasdln to John; Reed
Blukeley Keystone
the. trip by Mrs. Thomiii'mother. '
Cash Pot Now $$25.00 ) Helitht.1. Strickland. Bernie Collins Buckley Jr, will\ take place I
Mrs John() 81101IJrll8SI John FOR MAYOR
I Vote. for. a home town. perM Wager, Vlrki Frees MarIlyn Saturday. Sept. 4. at 8 p. m.
For Two
of Scottsboro Aln. Years
Quality l>niK" and Qualify Prescriptions work >n who known,, and understands Hernwall; Murray State in the Madison Street Bap.UttChurch Vote for One
Our city Is 'quirt, we College
,,. at KOJCll'H, IHCKJS.! I Live Vour Next Kx 21 hours. a day for your pro .. local problems. Vote Tanner, Edward Brown Har- with a reception fol-
.. I VMIIIum' (ritlll' ) KoHKrr.. vey Mike Maruca lowing in the church recreation -
.ue 1"11I..1 tection. He-elect. it man who Leslie Mercer HAN )AI, F. CHITTY
Mr and. Mrs. Arthur Clark ; Wllllam-Onrey _
, f", has. your Interest. ut heart. Herlect College!', hall. nU
1." at KOCH'S-Free Delivery William 11I111[ ) Itolls'r."I and Hon, Boyd, of Rlpley Tenn. Mary Bolllrvuer. Mar- All friends and relatives of
..j ,. are guests this week of Col. rig Ifaynes; University of thl couple are Invited to at- L
I and Mrs. J. A. Orlfnn. South Florida Donna Tru- tend.

Gary Harris of Val Re-Elect A Ra. was visiting Wayne lot College, Ga.. Susan Wli- FOIl CHIEF OF I'OLWIt() ;
"If'' I Klankenshlp recently. 1ft/1ft./ For Two Years Vote for One

'Mrs. George K. Henn.,tt or( D t W AUTO SUPm.V INC
Me Orlando weekend.. UltOCMS HAItOWMIt AND SUTPty
was ftnrtnf : Strickland-Lewis
Mrs. .Inn Wilson' Mrs.\ \"',11.I l. _iA'SOti_ _
nnIn. s HOII oleo had, im Monday ov..r.nlll'ht Engagement ToldMr. I

..,, EXPERIENCED I I dock HI guest( of, Miami Howe "N K.who, More-wan Strlcklnnd. and of Mrs.Miami Clyde announce Wesley! I I 1 ,WJI.I.t\M ( UlLI., ) UO I J

n 1 enroute to North Carolina.
Albert Stringer of High the engagement. and approachIng J.UUS; A. (JI111iY I j Ii
it l Springs/ and. Jnmea Pretldy of marring of their dnugh- I s.. i : jI
ter Barbara Ann, to -
Jacksonville are patients. In tI
CHIEF the Starke Nuruing HornMr [ Rdwiini Lewis of Cape Kennedy I I
lion of Mr.
and, Mrs.' Wnrne>' M. and Mm.
..... Aclklnxon of KlngMley I.nk William H. Lewis of Miami. .
The wedding will ALDERMAN .
have moved to 1101 I K. Call
... I street. Saturday. evening Sept 2.1: at 'I (Group No. 2)) .J
..... 8 o'clock In the Plymouth Congregational I For ("0 Years -.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Hurst of Vote for One
WILLIAM Indianapolis. and are Wednesday Church 3429. Devon

ROSSER and Thursday guests, of .Road, Coconut, Grove MIami ZI I CALVIN J. R
All friends HOUITJAMKS
.... (BILL) I ::Mrs.Mrs(( T W H.S. St.ido.Blade' and. Mr and the couple are and Invited relativesof to ,fiats .

t I Hera. limn In office. who attend. I mw : _(JIMMY I I_' ) McRAK; 11'u
understands unit' works with

XMIII people rr-fli'i-l. >VIIUrn Recent Births saw Ih.r rs M the .
h__ .w.. r 1a, b.s.ae." I I
( |101111| RosserMr

Chief Of Police and. Mrs X M Smith Bradford County HondtalAnnounces ) RUSTY
I and, family attended.. the wedding the following NAILS I FOR
of a niece H.trhira Murray births: I
to Charles, Kviins: In Jack- Mr\ and Mrs. Fred Cunning Sc LB. For Two (Group: No. 4)) I

sonvllle 1 last.. Friday.. rlRht. ham. Lake Butler, a daughter. I Yearn Vote t for One

During the past six years I have sorted you capably. fair, and Im Mrs. Carl Sewell and. cons. Kimberly Ann. Aug. :37 -While._They Last _- II I I

partial. spent the, first two "weeks, In Mr. ar J Mrs. Harold ILRhoden I -. ; J. OODO, JR nI
August In Roanoke N. 1
Rapid. Hampton a. eon. .
C. visiting Mr. and :Mrs C S. Marty Matthew Aug :m. : w sure tuvery I"cHlltnt

With the alarming growth: of crime in the nation experience and I Thompson." Mr. Sewrll J Jot nod Mr. atutI. Nfra Demow Da via. 41* t HOWNUt STrMONf BURY JOII"8"' l 1

training should not l he> overlooked, the life of you or a loved one may depend his family the third, week and Johnson Jr.. Starke. a son. M4-4441 -- ----_ ,.LJ I"I"I

on It. they visited his parents, Mr. DeoniM Davis Johnson in. "
, ,. land Mrs R. Ir.. Sewell In Lum- Aug. 30. I / Appw Ap Se.,) sa/petY/ U .
. ," Merton N. C Mrs! ,. Sewell and I I a
"..f'. I will continue to try and MI that each 'police officer Mill have professional wins, also" .spent thepast weekend Mr. and Mrs. Myron ChalkcrPirvatt 301 !( *IT Ian ,8--\ hill .

",.. training and an adequately| iMiiipped| department for jour 'pro In Madison" wIth Mr. nndMrs. Jr. Keystone! ICrUhU.& I Station! rrhwn"' rwa.wad lw he: entltMl........\. Aa set relating' in the rlfy .1
11I I Iau daughter, \d 1411" for .....
a Margaret
I IAug.
tection. Annette
Jim rhahilltatfan
. (Femllg anew. -W retMrelnpw.oot. 411 .lams" cIr.r- "
. and
Kldon Sapp Visited Mrs. MIghIM' .twos. I. the
. Agnes j i. city .f !Sl.rh I..rd.._ with urban .
; I feel that record Heath In Fort Lauderdale by Ih.* ally CBC: ....". renewal !plaao: apprmeA
my qualification, and fair treatment of f .1( the doll. i
everyone ti IhMlit
..;. .. lie. .
Monday night. and -.1..... .stsnptreaa.e.i
edty I 4
speak for themsehen, and I stand on these I solicit aad.rtahln[ s wh .
II..' as humbly your vote Melanie And Kathy Green I n. the.. .power .to .rare artirlltr.ti. t---.o
,HIM. I II and support for my' candidacy or Gainesville. .spent the first .......f' ..r 1_. d'.n. pwopely_ throuh. : .the. "cerise .1 the..
, ..... to edMaryl.hoono. l0 dbpMM, or ..... ,
I HIM I of the week with their grand HORSE SHOW h.. any r.'rtr--. .rt,
It"" parents, Mr and Mrs. Lex dtr ... Green.Mra.' l-.*. taints" and. ethr Jn. 3ET. TrtT bile""*..
H C Sorenson! and t Sunday, Sept. 12 2:00: P.M. l. .lily !*,.. led _W WV and; peter In"-.rt.y ttkrr.q."

'oO. Mona of Mandarin Satur- rerun' federal. aM. and. rmnply with 1 : ., arsrm.wte larrtlon
High School Education. 6 yearn with the Starke Police day guests. of Mr and were)fret C. the.. .. ....ilhl, pnn"".* for nrly irJ tm.-. I. ...... L
Taylor Ranch-4 Ml. :NW of Willi.slon rten-bu... p r, .k.'mmVr, ? -at.
, ., Department. S. Harrock On Mtprn-ifc 1 "7 I I.I ....bI.... littrr...ls a uthort.M. [ said 8aId rtll".deleroi.s. Inn, 'It.* to Myth... 4


I Woman's Club Phyllis HaddockIs I Three Women's Clubs !Meet Jointly I Southsicle PTA I Board by the road foreman.'

l' I I Sets First Fall I HostessAt For Luncheon And Planning Session I To Meet TuesdayThe fiscal Commissioners year easing during September. the

QC'CLAIVJ5 Meeting Sept. 8 Luncheon 30. 1964 were: Carl Prevail:! ,
Members' of the I re'l chairman, George W RobertsJr
I' > Club. Junior Womns -' SouthMlcto PTA
nan ( preientatlVM; May Elementary:: .
- of
The September meeting Miss\ Phyllis entertained Jerome ,Johns vice-chair
'* Club and Little Women' theme. footsteps In Mie will be held Tuesday' Sept. 7,
will 'Oln I
\ the Starke Woman's Club at a & g't\waylunch.on man from January 7. 1944,
MOOTVPhone Club met jointly last Saturday Listed In the at 1:30: m In the cafeteria
lastVf''lTlt'lIrlv fns manl'y-mak-I p. ,
8 at
be held Wednesday Sept. Aria\ Jessie R. Chastaln< vice-
964.0651 3:3O p m. at the club house I Y Miss G'.enda Wade who left :noon at the Garden ln" projects! for the coming The executive board met chairman to January. 7, 1964
Restaurant' for "dutch treat"iunvQuon club year ,h ft Fall Biaaar: for | Monday evening at. the home
with the International Reintlons for FSU. ant: Miss Knihv Mvtlck -
and R H. (Russell 1 Oreen Jr
r ,, department under Mrs. 1 who has gone to the Baptist ) !' niiil club year plan Nov 18. a pageant/ and beauty of Mrs Lonnl FuUwood
/ 1l t tr Guy Andrews In charge of the Bible Seminal In IVxtii. ring rneetti':: contest for al1"3! \ to 8 on 'where plans for tho coming
The lone dining tables .
\ were March :24 year wereAudit ma e.Report
Miss UIII.! w I program. over Plastic' Notebook ':!.5G a'I the
/ Johns RiverJunior centred' with artLHIc arrangements A Funster's naund! will be or-
Mrs Irene Avero will speak weekend for St. TEIF.ORAPH.CAKD .
Of rasa tix similes( of (ranl7ecVT\ie'\ dnv nlffht: nt 7:30:
about her recent trip to Russia \
Mrs. Avero was born in I, College yellow ref: and !valmon p. m. nt the homo. of Mr*. J I
The luncheon table was covered -
Mrs. Calvtn J. Ho\tpt. president W Kincaid. Mrs Hvipt, urges i
Russia and; left there whenthe with a yellow liiion cloth I OF THANKSTo
of the Staike Woman'sClub all I those whoilsh to beA I
was five years of age. Shj and centered with an arrangement I II i
recently revisited her birthplace of yellow pompoms and 1 outlined 1 the proernm of part of the bniut tn Attend (Continued From Page: One I ,, those who expres-
and relatives she had work for the coming club yea"' get It o'aRnlt.1..1.1'1"1"111"\ \ wed 'their sympathy in HO
white gladioli I and explained plain for a full are' UM mIl l nove-ltv' Tl>!ta \la Hwoman'1 |>ix>l>ortv after !May 7. 1 l1I4.!> A beautiful( and
not \seen!' !since! th.n.1Irs
i Also attending the luncheon< and varied. winter club lII'a 'II Avero Is a Social worker Frances TyreIs I were Mrs Bob My rick and through\ shared: fun she "aald 19(14( Khowxi" 'Rradlnic new rondat practical ways during
at U
for the Red Cross the
Engaged Mrs. Glen Wade Mrs C. S. experiences" has been adopted the t.t'ntlol.CloYf''IIf'tUr\ our Had bereavement,
r S. Naval Hospital'' In Jackson
; Haddock assisted her daughter Chicken Farm Hoiid' Approval extend heartfelt
as the Uicmefor the club I DKG Board we our
,i ville.The executive board wlUi To Chas. M. Futch In serving. year, ]MM Hixjpt[ said!< and for this work wwi not recorded thanks.!

+ that will bf extended to Include Entertninrd In the. Boird't minutes! nor
I rr1. : I i serve .as hostewvs\ for themeeting of Mr.Tavares and Mrs announce Freeman the Tyro engagement Stork Shower / | Joint protects, or knowledge I By Mrs Norman was the 01'III h".t .CJy of the The family of

a of projects by all three Job rep.'t.t filed in the Clerk'sJob |I :Mary' Canova Patten
The executive board met and npprourhlnKmarriage I
For Mrs. Martin
; I affiliatejtcliibft Women's Club, reports ubmltt2di!' to the
: : Mr A. Riisnell Nornvin entertained
d L '.'! Thursday at 10:00: a. m. at of their daughter!; i 1 I
the club house. Frances OeraMine to Charter i! At Stewart Home Junior! Women and Little l the executive"' committee -

I Marvin Futch. BOn of Mr amt WomenRcpre of AHJw;;: Nu cluipter of
I Mrs Robert Guy Futch: of Mrs. Hairy Stewart was ,en "tlves of all three' the Delta KnpiNt o.lnlSOl'. -

Junior Club Lawtey. hoKecs at a lovely stork shower rlul>. met Kittirdnv to dlwumpinna lety with a Inn* neon at her IF \OU()*J ItniJF.VK: .: .ELECTRIC:. .:

Board MeetingThe Miss Tyre .fa a graduate' of and luncheon last Friday for the coming' year at home. last R Columbia High School class noon at her home on Roan.::! 16 the all-club lunohenn Ti-u' dining tItbit' urns eeiatered -

Junior Woman's Club' of 1914* and U now employed) honoring Mr, Johnny Martin In outlining aome or.he\ with! an arrnn-iemcnt of .IF. \'OU IREI.IE'E: TAXIS: ',

1: I exerutiie! board will meet I with Southern Bell Telephone of Lake BuUer.Arrangement.. piJoct which the club can crvksrhid" nfntxliis In v'I"Ytnl'< AUK: IIICII(: KNOIlCill: .
tk85 Tuesday Sept 7 at, T:30: p. mat Co. In JRC'kllOn'Y'lI1e..r.lr. 1 of r.wtwids: get Federation credit for Mm. shades of pink, The' guests"
-0 the home of the president Futch graduated from were' used at vantage points in }inapt umed\ support of the were... served" at Individual IF YOU. UDI.IKVK:: ,: WK: CAN h.

I Mrs Hirold Godwin. Bradford County High School I the party room,, with the Stuke! City Library.1 table* coveio'l' with pink and I IIAVK': l mrSTn.NI. ) ItKTIUKI -

--- - I, The flnt September meeting I in 1930 and .la now employedwith same flower centering the They can use old books The Hreeiii place. mats Mrs W II : ) (I'IWI'I.lOVING: !\ IN-

will be hel!4 next Thursday at the State Road Department buffet luncheon table. A tall I rues, they do not need In the Hart "IHtl't11Int." / Norman Inurcvlnif TO mIlt CITY . THEN
Ward Becomes Bride Starke.
Joyce 8 1 p. m at the club nouoe Tnia' In > stork was placed' in the living library bivaiim. of duplication' I

f O. W. Barton In Home Ceremony will be a -Oet-AcqualrvtM" The wedding will Sept be 15 an, eventof at *6pm. room with ribbons extending can be sold and the money Following the, limrtienn/

meeting and all prospective .Saturday In the First Baptlitt to the Rifts at its feet Among\ used. to buy more books," she planning 1I..lnl11I'111. held for You Believe As I Dot!
Louiae Ward with nuttchlmpill members Invited to Um gift wan a large while' I
Mlee Joyce letrtth I tighter of Mr. and Mr W. box hat t, with a slant vil attend!. Church City. baby christening! blanket \H Social Chairman of the aen- season.
All) friend ft.nrcl..Uve. are gift from the rural, SO WONT:' YOU. "U0: : ; TO THE f POLLS"
"Salvln' Ward and Olin W of contraattatf color. She car- cordially Invited to attend the fur Club, !Mr W W. Hoi>dIlitef Members attending" the
Pete I Barton son of Mr. and tied. a encode bouquet. of4rntsttue and reception. The ten guests Includedmembrr !! Imrtant,11.4", In the l luifchmn' n>-tlni< were Mrs (ON) SKITKMIIKK: ;: ..: I 11 I ANI CAST YOUR VOTE
'* I 1 cut glass candelabra ho):Mm wedding of !the 3 tA 1 11 1 ]>. m ,
Ire Howard A. Barton, all of } yellow camationa. I I Club calendar of event Thee" I Mary ZrllM-r' end Mi-". loreen
Itairke. were united in mar- buffs of yellow tulle and burning white tapers A cluster shift at Bradford County Hospital. include Sept 30 covered dish Fouler of Green\ Tovt, Spring: FOR

atte Saturday August 7. at "Wrmirwrs' trt Ivy of wedding bells ww used Elaine Gilhooly I I upper for Junior's and Sen I, Mn Lucille 1\1.,101\I ", of( Or-

30 p. m. with Rev Alton The brt
obbs of Jacksonville off tc-: ttage by Jw brother Robert I The punch table was covered Bridal Shower Altar Society teachent. ; Oct 37. Fashion In I tan and Mtw. Kathryne Finrmm \ ,
tine Ward was tttlred in a street with a white satin cloth ex1 I Flowers. rand i Imrtv and of Lake Butler! ;: !Miss Kar-

The wedding took place on W>mh, tw'O'biece cult of white I 1: tending to the floor The bowl. l Miss dame OUhooly. brlde- St RitwaniA Altar Social v" eon; Chrl
I IB patio of the home of \therWet Alt-noon kw over satin with filled with mint green punch. ''j'elect. at lovely will meet Thursday, Sept Wt Chrlntnvia' In Mmtn| ; Mrs W II Hurt' 111Mn.. .
II later, Mr Frederick:: tptee-quarter length sleeve I'I' w. entwined with fern. inter-' mincellaneoiM' was honored ahower a Saturday T.3O: pm. tn the INtrlnli tine party honoring Norman of Htnike,' Mrs. Norman CITY COUNCIL

"l/atteraon. on Baylens HUH- \t i fln *rtt> ,veil) of Illusion j I spewed with mint green cars Mrs.Walter nail.I valt'11-1 Is president" of Alpha Nu .
riven by tYOU'LL
$y. The patio wa decorated w held tr\ t>btce with small natlona. I!| evening< Alwres.! Mn.\ Nick Chapter Group
Pith two pedestal basket of white pUlPo hat. Her only I The bride's book table was I''
bite gladioli. pompom, OtTvunrnt wa. % diamond aka covered with a floorlellft'h I Crowbv. Mr*. Richard MW't'a7.Ind I BE GLAD YOU DID!
cloth ofwhite satin I Mrs. Tat"" Alvares at the Tlatlle. Nntpbonk St.SO at. 'the'
and white napdraKoncnd brndant ne Vlare. a gill of the>
nuiM '
home, of Ute. latter on Biown- New Location
and held a single bunting IrlMllttril.'
flanked by candelabra Ponta she carrier a cascade i lee Road.At (IM\ Pol. Adv..)
Bed t of threes phalaenopala" i< white candle In a silver hoUrr
oJdlrwa bumn! << taprrs I! bougta
points of Intermt In the. .. .
backdrop of orchids, aryl feathered t whiteesrnuUona. Quests! were greeted by Mrs. .: : f **- '- .- ...
three wan a -
.. .
attractivearr&.nll..mt'lt41 : ; "" ?; = -F -
party room* were ;:.;:
> Oeonte Miller and presented Barbara
hlte linen outlined with I I mirrountled bytAphJtnotlA. of mixed fall Poppell ThompsonSCHOOL
rren Ivy and counters. .. of m.- 3ting i I ; whitetulle puffs. to the receiving hoe composed I I II
lace re-
flowers The cowl e;1
bell Palma were' also I ArM treat-tor. tied t in lovers i of the bride and groom and
I, I frertunent table was centered! !
Iced! at vantage points on the kr*>UXfrs. their parents SLADE'Sj
with arrangement of pink
Air WUllam NoeneJ and
War4 chose for her s.
lotto I flanked' by white taper
fumittied by Mix dijsiur i wMln* a Woe tare>I Mrs. Come Theiman rut thebrides row
Music wa I In crystal holder. Mrll. Murray Conveniently' Located tin :JIll North ItchlnilTa
L ortranfcit. and linen dreiw < xnnpleraente with cake and Mr. Charlie
A Canova : I I' I the
at punch
Mra Vernon Reddlah. aololHt.um .,I A.y double cymbldlum artdntlItflr. i', Morris kept the brtde'. book prenldrd "" ly-Frrr/e. un (CLirk''. St.
"Whither Thou ()(Koftt'" .. e. I Mrs. Bnulbth HlHon( and bowl.
I Mi-Mi Aile.h at i Mrs N.. E. Nettle conducted' : 1We
,: presided Rlil'llllililUTOK
Promise Me .
ind "O Bazpx n mother of th several ,
ethe i appropriate\ gameswith Ballet Pointe Tap
punch bowl ant *ml tbMi -- J
Barton of Jaokaon- ,
Claude ,
Mom was m d In a Navy I In serving Mrs. Albert I .> pulses W'''''''.
(rUe! nrrwd" hU brother a. beat blue crepe drrwi with which I were the
.''I'he G.rnrr. Mr*. t>>t Faillnc. Mr. I Among 80 guests were Modern Jazz -- Ballroom
nan end tIw radars wer.rtedttrkk wore ptnlc cymJjtdlura
Alert % I Ida Kramer. 1\.trII.\ J. O. Jacks .Mr*. Mike OIllMxily mother of Have Choice
Wattenon and orchki eos.ke.A Mr. Denver Devrlrk. Mra. / the honoree. Mr*. Clayton Refrigerators Galore! Your
I'' ) (Buddy) OamerMm "! ret"t'ptl.1l&boo held at' I ant Crawford grandmother of the Orirfrfl ('lases| For Moitlnner/ in AdvnnceCI.ASSiS

Watterwni attended her i the Watter oti tome) where th McRI.: MH Margaret Lowell I honoree Mrs. John Wiggins of Size and Color of The

tinier a* matron of honor and mantel In the Uvtn room held I and Mint ,Joan IJbby mother of the brtdegronm : I MMITKII:\ : 1O) ASSIIKK\ : 1 IMUMIM'AI.ATI )(' .
Hily attendant. She wore a "n arrsnvNmwnt of yellow' and time elect, and daughters.! Mr*.
!fronted grren brocaiV atreettnr. 'It') ttelldlalt\ !, mirUiture cars etch After their spending guests some Ow couple& I Ronald Thompson and Mar\ 'i.M;::- ION Fabulous Westinghouse 'Cool One'

I .tiOrM. and) pO"P'iralOlllN' and left on a ten day trip to theN I tha. Judy ant June Wlagtn
!: RIGHT POINT 'fir the! '
leather leaf fern England SUtes The bride of Jacknonvllle All (ChiMrrn Need -
1'hynlcnl' .Mevclopment, Self-(
fay ?.. write. .- la said 'I Tfie bride< table was revered travelnt In a two-plane suit I The> hcMtewmi. +wenented f the i

trfert, :year famriU. ESTER with a white lace cloth I with irwtrhlrMr aocnworl' honoree with a salver bread IHscipline, ,I'liiwr. I lUnly' (Contrnl' (%.- WESTINGHOUSE. WESTINGHOUSE

ROOK FeunUIn' Pea. TCULflmmttti I o'err linen 1'on.oI sI!> was abeluliful With th.la.h.o ware a pin I tray a* a memento of the occasion. -
aaAP.f.t I orttln.it ion and TlnllnlC.
th w-t1ered wedding double cymbbilum' orchid cots REFRIGERATOR. REFRIGERATOR-

1 I 1 ?**. toppe; with\ a miniature -*..

1II'' I tl belie and gNbnl standing; under Mr\. and Mrs Barton. are anrlated *- School Opening How About Your Child?
I I rnlnKtuO wedding bolUO '
with DAW Auto Supply Runs Smooth FREEZER FREEZER
.. Notebook. ".20 at the'I .rindt) of tern entwined the In Starke. and will reside (Continued\ < From "Pace One I I I'
tow 'of the take: CM the oUi""!rend \
Banta Fe like.
te ..rapb. of the table was a double on .tops: to muke ennhMnr. *" Registration Sept. 2nd .3 to 5 P.M.

,, students to be home by 3:3t: II

each day Classes Begin Sept. 7th
i'l'i'l'Ii' BUS students who ride the

I exprem ban have their nche I ICY's
GET OFF TO A duke *,....nll'd' o I her h.. e H Register: Your, (hltrl AM Kurly:, .An. l'iiHiM,

1 study perm during the, tins, -'lenses( | Are 1.In1I1"d 1 I I
clan each cloy In order" to I"
I leave early' ant till gt In a h''
1 full srademlr. Intd" ; 'I 1li I
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new-I school! 4

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CNfW a --. ''I"iilll"
&HOES .d.1 I I !nvrosIf
nlii" ae ItaNItaNl Every Par fJI(
fJflt a
I Capacity' with "plenty of sloe<
of C-rp'i iko** iilll aut.m.ue<< Defm fln( In tt.. Rerlierstor ... tpece-yet .takes. wily 24* of'
',,1! ttFG OV4VftfWV9Q il ( section. S.p."t. 'hoot tpar.

tor cohort fit. leer.r "he 100 lb. capacity. 41 Ik. freten St'*'.f. .. J IJ Ibv"
,"I Full Width Vei lsble Crla,., In rreelar and 1 I' lot." In Slof g.
-t FAMOUS 'ROYAL ADAGIO' bold slmost. V bushel l of Tray.
f.S f.
Iabal e Ii' Iff'Keldbl., T.mo.f.lure C.ntrel! .thai ope
"i' ''I full Width! f.n Depth Stteto. "hit" jt.. on or between settings' loll

I ,,: you leach to every., corno Stid (< infinite, number bf t t.'P'J.tu'I."
.I 2.P ...tJu. Cult .k ad/ustt/ Mstfcr. D.."(" 'fill" In 'to look

S-T-R-E-T-C-H S be.. Doi't,, M.
PANTS Handy Butter (Keeper 1 .K &***. flu. Interior U./ ",. f i/ Open
,lently located !lei UM dour.* latch full Width full Depth

a tI hoUlt one puutiflriu Sr"".iv." n>( Done S ,,ir.'n", Whir
I "i Interkir tight rural Oman Quiet. Mechanism, ,, V fluilt-
4 .4 An Unusual Carp 99 Utchet, Whisper. QuI.. U. Uk-."" 1M (ka4.ity." *( )
ii CJJ BuiU .la
Ar S arm, j Quality.>>

a4Z -'- Value at Only _

it Sale/ Price$249.00WT Sale/ Price

I Usually 8.99 Elsewhere* $ $$179.50w.T.

j > HAND UIPPEDLoafer Beautifully tailored classic sfretct f

pants thcyTJ tflm you and?

I Slade Ga Offers You The Fined Buy Ever .

4 99 trim you! Matching curtained And Color At No Extra Cost. Come 5eSDAT < -

t i waistband

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't"J/! P".ha'M'.M'M'.MY" '" 4p"\ "Y- 41' 1I" "IV" !;'IF'A.! \ .

rAlfl1'lliR. DtttIF/Rl)11)VNTVTb1N111tAC11.14T,11tKr,1WRfA. !: '! TIH'IWDXY. 1IIY-1..... :3.: 11M.1:

good, I' I write. Come In and ,,
food. It i* well to teach ( way you :
Christ Is dren to love and) honor! "hll-I'1 For MADISON STREET select your favorite KSTKK- Notebook* $$2.29' I

but !It la traffic) indeed that COUNTY BAPTIST CHURCH I BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Plastic Notebook $2,20 at the
900 W. Madison StreetA '
the vast number of our children -
The Answer I I. Jell POU//C// ,
today will never have a .AGENTs special 'invitation is ex-

... By sweet memory In yean to YOUR .. J tended ito our public schoolteachers
come, of devotion In their 6 s t Jeff Paulk of Pearson Ga., and to all Labor Day VOTE FOR AND ELECT

Rev. Charles Harvey home as a child when mother i brother of loved contractor: weekend visitors. The usual

,and father read the Bible, Dave Paulk, was killed Instantly services will be held both James A.
r Pastor First Baptist Church daily, >and. family i>rayeji' was last Friday;, morning morning and evening, with Jimmy

Instltutetii' dally In their home. i when a tractor he was operating Sunday School at 9:45: a.m.
Lawtey, Fla. Men are lovers of 'pleasure'more a overturned on him In and Training Union at 6:13.: cr .e SULLIVAN

than lovers of God. Branbford Ontario. Canada. Worship Hours, 11 a.m. and
The Bible says and note I so today than .ever' .before in Ood says from our text above Mr. Paulk. who was a tobacco 7:30: p.m. An adequately staffed I I

-Zdd! not use' the wrong phrase the history of the world. :Men "ThaU'we) are living In i grower, had !gone to nursery Is available M all For

W. .. there for the Bible 'Is God's are boasters, boasting of, phy- the last days." Men 'are attempting ., ... S Canada to assist In the supervision services-Rev Felder L. Rowan s
te: ::Word speaking, and: revealing sical achievement, with no regard the propagation of --- of the curing of tobacco pastor.French .

'_;,H1mself and His "will to) man, for the Spiritual achievements something. 'NEW' In the past By T. there. k \ Chief of Police

i_ and the Bible declares "This making no preparationfor three decodes we !have seen Funeral services were held Spanish .
tlIr"_"know also, that In, the last :the 'Eternal: Dlsobsdieoit: the New Order, New Freedom, HugginsKkS Hi 11 a. m. Wednesday In the ,
t_ days perilous times shall come. to parents and this largely New Day; New OUtlook New Morman church near Douglas,I Classes OfferedAdults A man who is running this race on his own withno

:" For men shall be lover of due to the fact that- parents Epoch New Economy, New Oa. political machinery behind him. If you want

_their. qwn selves' covetous, are disobedient to Ithe precious I' Deal New War, New Policy I Mr. PauJJc saw well known interested' In conversational a man with experience, who is for Honest and Impartial -
4. .. Spaniel or French in
**::'boasters., proud blasphemers, Lord Jesus Christ We :have overworked this. word .' here having visited, in Starke City Government; -VOTE f'OU-
.MMI > disobedient to parents, unThankful Men are unthankful! todayas '< : New', in. 'attempting to relieve many times during the past 19 an afternoon. or evening class

= '' unholy. Traitors, they live each< day as i' suffering and chaos, m- ,this years should notify iMrs Isabel JIMMY SULLIVAN
I? heady: hlghmlnded. lovers of though they were going to live world. Oh how -we need to try Simpson by card or telephone
In this world' a million! 064-4034 after. S p. m. On September llth
le' pleasures.! more than lovers of out the word 'OLD' for awhile.
.\:::'- God." 12'[ Tim. 3: 1, 2, 4. years HI)Is surprising to Some old things made this Classes would meet twice
As: little as the average per- see parents who never offer country great, oil virtues, old oRCH1NS weekly from 3:15: to 5:45: p. m. THANK YOU.Pd. .
expression of genuine or for the same period of time I IIn
son realizes we are living in an Faith, without which! It is Impossible ;
perilous days, the vast multitudes thanksgiving unto God to please Ood. We the evening so that high j
through His Son at mealtime school ''students could receive ( Pol. Adv.)
are lovers of their own every need to return to Truth and M
selves more than lovers of Instead It if! usually Honor in public office Individual regular credit for the coUl'se'l i

God.' men are covetous morel left up to the younger child to liberty, willingness I to j Anyone Interested should: contact f
-. eay, "Gotf; is gnat, God la sacrifice. Our great danger In ttSiJigzgtipkftt Mrs. Simpson' ao a class
Methodist Church may be scheduled for the time I I'l
l America today la Eternal" suicide + 1 <
I .. .
a suiting the maJority
by complaisance with ------ ----;- '

301 evil I The Greatest person whoever Bud Harley, known to some Hion soil testing lab at the Sunday Church School. ,

.M, FLORIDATHEATRE lived said "Seek ye first as S. C. Jr. Is applying two j. University for the test So, 9:45: ; Worship 11 a. m. and Services Held

the Kingdom of God, and His practices that are mighty important don't wait till you are about 7:30: p. m. Snack: Supper for Tuesday For

U DRIVE-IN. righteousness' Yen, Christ lY l in making a good ready to set plants or plant MYF. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings

.. the J1SwerlBasic ) strawberry crop. a crop before taking the 6:30.: Mrs. Rivers, 85
,. .. The amount of money you sample A will tent does! not Monday Commission on

-.S .a.' Open 7:15 draw out of the bank dependson cost It paya.I'rlldlce Bilucation: 7pm. Executive Funeral nerviren for Mrs.
: a. Show Time 7:45 Education how much' you deposit, number two It is Committee Men's Club '7:30.: Kmma: L. Rivers 85, of Au-

,: Showtime--Weekdays 7 Offered AdultsIn Sure, 'we know .that, 110 we 'mighty discouraging to grow Official Board. S p. m. burnclale 'were held at 9 a.m. KILLS ROACHES fOR SIX MONTHSGUARANTEED
: :- ADMISSION Sunday ::1:00 i:()() Saturday: 1 : never try to do such a thing, u. goixl plant and then it be Tuesday Executive Committee Tuesday Aug 24, in tile nixie

I I. Adults 75e Students COc Federal ProgramWere I have gotten a few special uttn<'kf-J by. Home soil purulte WSCS meets in Ladles pallbearers.Mrs. *
t Thur., Fri., Sat. Most of our strawberry .
Children Under 12 Freer notices. Bible Classroom 0:30: a. m. Rivers was born on
,. Sept. 2. :3, 4 you a school dropout Is true in fumigate the noil to
Well, same thing grower Business! and program meet- Sept 2, 1880. the daughter of,, Rid-A-Bug kIlls and kills and kills after
t 1a: : Thurs., Fri., Sat. Double Feature: Program and now want .a diploma? 1 depending on the soil to grow! prevent nomutixle' attack. We ing. WSCS. in sanctuary, 10 the l late Jack and Loveyj': )lust one
Do you wont? to Improve' you a crop. There min. ;': be a would like to see all our growers .a. Johns. She lived her early application. Kills fleas mosquitoes", tilvwfieh and !
2 3 4 4
t.: : Sept. your speech or learn to read I number of plant food jlcmcnts& practice null fumigation. m.Wednesday' Primary and' Highway Baptist Church at! all household crawling insects.

and write\ ? In the soil. The main oncb that. If you have never hud this Aubtirndale. with Interment in
a Triple Feature Program Junior Choir Practice, 3:15 I SPECIAL FREE OFFER
: p.
,. AL UniJtr the FeSfrally-spon- must be deposited more often done be Hure and! talk to your Dekle Cemetery near Lake
m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 ;
,i1 r- o.1 fULL-Lf: 1NN ? sor*d Adult Basle Education than others are calcium, magnesium neighbor grower who has! or Thursday' Chancel: Choir p. m. Butler. Rev. Steve Simmons, Buy Rid-A-ilut at your favorite Krin-ery or hurd-

\ FE"TURE Program classes will bo organized '-: nltrugln, phosphate, be Mure arid talk to us! llrxt Rehearsal, 7:39- : pastor of the church ofnclatect. -: ware store. and your dealer will lend you AfiSOLUTKLY ; -

,. TECHNICOLORYMcfALES' : at Bethel Church, and potash. Here again there It 11 right : P. m. with grandsons: serving ask I : FKKK:. a professional type spray tank to

; .,. Bnylew' Highway church You might ,be able to smell and 'a wrong way to do the FIRST IHPTISTCHL'KCll. life near Lake Butler and I rid your home of pests.
1Tsup Hampton: church and other the soil and tell that! It needs job. If It Is done wrong, you Starke. After the death of her FOR '
: ofDRACULA NA\il1\ churches In rhM: community lime. But I don't believe your I might as well pour the fuml- STARKE husband, the late Henry Rivers CONTACT:

Any other IntrrrstPd people smell Is good enough to determine trim t in the ditch.! Land preparation Sunday Sept. 5 Brother- she made her home In Au- I Huilder Hardware & j. i L Waters Jen. Md.se.\

.I- ,0./ AIR FORCE-\\1 may contact Mrs! Bernice the amount or if the I right material, and hood Meeting and Breakfast burncfcile' for the last 30 years. I Supply Store Luwtey Fla.

1iiM" Hopkins or L. II O'b-Km! at the need Is for high calcium or : application Including rate, are 8 a. m. at church. Judge T. A. She was a member of the ::101 E. Call St. Starke Keystone Heights "um-
t US<> buildlr in Staike. There doli mite. Overtiming Is Just as all mighty Important. Yawn truest upeaker. Sunday Baptist Church. Mary Carter Paint Store
her Co.
WILL GIVE YOU oNWAY.JOE FLYNN I'mil Is no charge for this program harmful as not having enough. I Unlike soil testing, fumigation School 9:45.: Morning She was the sister of Mrs. 353: N. Temple StarkeHome's IIwy.2.1
NIGHTMARES FOREVER Now there Is right und does coat a little bit, but : & 100 KeyKtone
t a
| and all school materials Hester
mlltKMcHAU'SNAWCREVII are ship. II a. m. Sermon: Thomas of Starke, and (JroceryHampton.
T furnished.The a wrong 'way to take a sample., it sure can pay a big bit. fore Mm. Ella Heights
!: Beirut Justified ( wor-I Lewis of Graham; Fla. ,
4 not Each of these practice is .
A that does
Plus following! courses! will be sample prop- 5:1-81: Youth Chorale. 5 and the mother of Mrs. Lovey 1 \l'Nternutl) AHMO-
the area, will mighty good Insurance. I'm Brooklyn Supply House:
,: No.2BLOOD open the first week In September erly represent Training Union 6:15.: Shaw of LaCrosse; Mrs. P'ronle'Crew. Store
nut give a test .that will accurately going to say thitt each l Is an Hwy. 21 Keystone Ills.RutledKe's .
: ing Worship 7:30.: Sermon: I' of Raiford; George Rivera Lawrence Illvd.
; needs. essential policy.September
BUUNTY HUNTER- Literacy Education basic indicate your Am Debtor I Roman 1:141.: of Graham; Onle Thorn. Grocery;
: to know l Is a busy month done
FEAST LAW ABIDING KILLERI 1 1f *Hli of reading and writing' It Is also encouraging Wednesday!:!' Prayer Meet- ton, Mary Seller, and Donle Lake Geneva; Heights
not need to addextra.amounta for preparation. October will
that !
you may II & I P Food
for the all of
dult beginner. come,4a-with, everything ready' mar. 7pm. Church choir Re Prtngle. AUburndale; VV. Dukes (Groc. & Mkt.
I.\ Elementary EVIumiUnn-l! for or-change any hearsal. S; Rivers of IVrthan. Ala.: Lake KutlerWaterH
BI.JI&tSPURS of.1 thine main materials. fur plants, to go Into the : p. mj Hwy. 231 Lake Butler .
No. :3 and the late Jack RIvei'll'of
adults who poMMVts the basic '
1.f BOIL TJ'STING Is first ground. Actually you have on- Starke Hardware Co. Servo Station
skill of Grand Ridge/ and BUl Riversof
rea'Dng and writing; thing Bud Harley gjtts done ly about ten days at the most FIRST PRESBYTEKI.M: Auburndale. 10H 1 K.: Call St.. Starke Kl. 2. Lake Muller!
Dr. Blood'sCoffin and who, wish to continue prior to planting a strawberry to get these jobs done. It is flll'KCIIII.

.iunn their! study toward the secondary crop. Many of his neighbor late now. Hud Harley, along I Walton I
Grady. ]Minister '
1IDfNr.1Jlllll" school; elementary farmers do the same thing. with a number vt other good'
_.., "ettiriias, include reading, handwriting Schedule for week starting
-.... ,.. Talk to us about a soil test growers--tent and fumigatetheir Sept. II, 1903
arithmetic, spelling, samples. are sent to our,exten- strawberry soil. :: The
StriKltay Surullay! School
I. aortal studies general science 1
Sun., Mon.\ Tues., Wed. health and the language arts 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship
): Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. Sept. 5 Thru 8 General EdU'atloon4oI'I'I1Ion.. ASC Election Gospel Sing 11 a. m.Monday.

:: Sept. 5 Thru 8 ed to Accomodate nerds of a Results Told Set SaturdayIn Ing 7:30 Deacon's Meet- I Jimmy Strickland
I. class which oorwrists! In part of ; : p. m.
Double Feature Program MacclennyA WednflMdaySunday School.
IrrhlduftJ8 who are on the Bradford County farmers recently -
r. 'high school level or work In elected to serve as the officers and teachers meeting
Individual gospel sing featuring 7:30: p mThursday
I problem areas Agricultural.: Stabilization:! and I
'eatsra .wRaD the
Monitors from Ocala and Choir Practice.i'urjwnliT ,
; PATRICIA 1 NEAL I Under the program In anextreme Conservation. I ASC I County Gospel Lutes from Starke Is I Show
case, an adult can Committee and their terns of
1 : start out !In the first! grade I suhediilt-d this Saturday nUht.Htiiteinlxr .
: j TOMJRYONPAQIA 1 I office ate: 4, at Baker County
fBJMbLjBO and go all the wny through:! Lea ton Morgan Jr., Route 2, High School In. Macclenny. it .

PRENTJS? equivalent high school, receiving the SUurke Uuce-ycar term; was announced. this week. Controltingfainting Work Direct From Channel 4 T.V.--Jacksonville
of 'a high school Clyde Cone, Brooker, two I .
diploma. The sing<1 will begin at 8 p.
&:: '" BRANDON de WILDEJILLHAWORTH year term; .
.. The adult education! program Roy demons. Route 2 m. Admission for adults Is $1 L; ilo..lingEXPFIir IIIIIp -I
Jr", L I phlUren 50c, and children under -
In divided into several : "nUKUtSOS.tII.Jt 4
Startce, term. [
t:: --Cl one-year I
lj'.zGS. 1 fields and coui-a' are extremely 12 veers of age, 25c. : < : 'UIS: *
...,.; ) The election was held by I' v r rf
J .'ytJiIy ANDREWS, 1 varied. Adults canregister mall balloting during the
... t #' : DANA I I pc'rI I OMAN ROWSPhone f
now for classes.! Their
od, Aug 16-27, and the newly 1NJI-3H23:
.. .: fanny & HENRY FONDA [ grade' -wlltbuttetennlned elected committee will take.l i 6U N. Walnut St.
... 'movieT' ? and they can progress! !!) according office Oct. 1. I THURSDAY ADULTS $1.50
IJ. '" to their own Individualrate
Chairman Clyde Cone: points
bet lib'j of learning. The amount
t -
c: you out that the ASC County
of time necessary to achieve
>" >mimltu'e Is responsible for
.j:., ll the diploma Is up to the adult.If oral administration: of such STARKEBUSINESS SEPT. STUDENTS

PlusMickey interosted. call 984-3071
.. national faint' programs .H.I the
r""" and inquire about classes.
Agricultural( Conservation! Program

;: Rooney Adults are urged to enroll the feet:!' drain program, Charley 9TH 75c

,_. now fur\ \ .'afternoa and evening acreage.. allotments ana murcPtlitg -
."'. In chiasrs. quotas, the National E. DIRECTORYAUTO

Wool \program commodity

THE price-support loans, and storage > Johns
LAST MILE rU.tlo Notebook S3.20 at the .
UN OTTO PRCMI.V fUGRAPI\: : I facility loan 1tF.1'I1r.QEar's *

i): I The ASCS County" Office at about this, question: I
136 North Temple Avenue\ )nStarke )
I'. ? Is headquorteia for the *Tlie :'''neighbor's duplex Garage
is.a county committee 'serves .%u. KIVI>S or
and wan! badly damaged by
ill. tis the\\ farmers local contactfor flre. They'estimate' three Airn RKPIR: \VOKK IN STARKE AT
... business connected with All Work Guaranteed
month to complete repairsso
"s. !*
... participation in the riMMMt a G9Mse.
1".. programs it is liveable. Under hlIIOml'OWnfl'M
administered' by the comniitee. Walnut. Stark. Air Conditionedrildfol'd
will he '
i;: Thee programs encourage\ collect both his Policy'additional .AUTO SERVICE
and' Increase
: TERWILLEGAR MOTORS faun returns by "means of living expense' away from

price supports and market home and the 'l l st'rent' Gilbert S. Brown ( ( Ilioli School \tidilotiuni'ALSO I
;i.4r.;: Authorized Ford Dealer for Bradford and Union Counties .1.1lid 8U11py! -mlmllgt'tueol1t as well ISby from his duplex until he Standard Oil !**"Ire Station

I payments. and the renter can inhabit .TL Are!

E i a 3 11 : FOR CAR the homfr"Charl Budget .- RO.M S.rYicct

G Tilt KIOIIT: POINT) for the y E. Johns Phone 9" -1071

way you. writ. Pane In and| JO7 N. Trmpto Starke At'
Featuring Intermission;
e.. 3 MUSTANGS wlwt your favorite K8TEHlliOOK :' Agency

fountain pen. TELEiuni. 131 S. Walnut St. HURST'S


O&s OtU Lubrication
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= Tremendous Savings 65 FORD rHIU.H'S66' -
Goodyear Tire. 41: BatterireROAD Plug
.':: While They Last CLEARANCE SERVICK!:

,.:t.*:" HETTEIir.KAHONEQUICK :' :' 961-2600 SHEET: : MKTA1. WOUK ',THE: :SOULSSponsored

;' : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Thompson Sheet I'

.1.a. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Metal WorksAll fly

-,- Starke }'I:,. Type Metal Work STARKE JAYCEES

:1 Hospital Beds, Wheel Chain, Crutches heating Air Cond. System.Ph. CHRISTMAS' ".\RTI

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THCRSnY. SEPT.': *. 19M IlRAnFORIJ COUNTY Tct.RaRArn. STAR RE.! nnam"n j
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In First ScrimmageB TUB RIGHT POINT for the' TWA T_..... n.t e) Jnhs Hlinpmm' Alt..rn.l.",
way yw write. Come In and O.oup.O"a Alderman, For Mrs Ma My (Ali-rnat-r, Mr*.
Two Y.AreAlso Hth-l.: Raymond *) Mr.
select your favorite ESTER- -. referendum an M krirliloiiv *. J-.mii. I*wl. (Alternate>.
BROOK fonntahi pea. TELF1.GRAIL ':-'I Aft relating" to inn city In T-llmuny wn"r*..'. t
nf IItark.) urban rrn-witl.. !: pro. llvrniinta Mubwrlb. Sly' "Nam
lIS Guards Tilley ChiJson Give Top Performance vldlntr: .for the r h hllitiiun, And Ca..., The M.al. l Of The Meld.
nl.aranr.| and r.d.velnpm.M l of Town. Tu lie Hrunto Afl-4/
NOTICK or* 1oI''rlO': Mluin and bliirhtvil ar...a. In the I lisle The tth bay Of Au....t, A.
To NKMIHTrH. : PICTITIOI'laLMH City of Mt.rk. t,. UCS,
lnpnrior' ". (SICA I..
.Id l KUitlnnMr
Guards Steve Tilley and formancea. TlUey a senior way from top form. : lot,, of action still needs a lot was okay too the coach sail: tense )knows the ball la coming' Nolle l I. h..r.b" .1"... that .. Krntln. 01 Ixnnmrk. Mr* Randal ... Chlttr
ger Chilson were Adjudged linebacker and two year letterman -I "They were not real sharp of work offensively. Griffith They will be backed: up by I to whichever side is scrim .the vl..lo.unrtoriilirnwt.or unrt r in,. pro. Myrtle l..nnlm. Albert Ko*>*r, HAN1.AU. e'. CHITTY, MAYOR
Chapter IO.IU Law.of VTKMT -
rn.rlo* Hardy Mr* J. B. Harly.Mr .r
o* men cm the field by Line "was a real Tornado" I but they; were ahead of where said.Ends Spengler and Tomllnson who maging. ..lor...... Art of I 1.4I., will P.g.y lilall.r, flay,; HK.n. .
last Reese and Eddie eU.1 A disadvantage\! however, la r.liilr with the ClrrK. of thrirul Mr.. W, ,It. Thmn*., Mm. Mnr- He1111L.LRICLWARbB
oath Tony Griffith In the Griffith aW.. Ills pi..y recognition they were year at the Joey need quite a lot of work > ( ,. .. hI : ,. OITT
.burl, > f r .r.'<- wart II Wllll.m. Joe V.llnkl. ,
Irornadoes' Initial scrimmage was Judged "near per same stage of practice; he Douglas:; both lettermen looked defensively. thai players don't get a good I ford County, riorlda, .upon r.. Mm.. Katherine Chlnni tAitcrnt CLIC" .
rider the lights Friday night. fec ." He and: senior fullback fvUd. In general. the commentwas good catching the& jx skln. but End Joey Reese also needs a picture' of their downfleld ,thin'.11" n t...t tlr.i ivwf.. the ot rirtnlnn"u-lli'.iiun t.f *>, Mr.. Kd: Trcvntt (Altur- /11 U. all I Ir.
Both boys canutin tor high I Mickey Agner; will be the two that Tornado lint-men both still need a lot of work lot of work deferuitvely. but Is blocking aesignments. the of Uaili-otk' AnaorUt mnr name, under
starting linebackers according were not asrzresslve enough on their blocking the coach: really aeirresslvei!! when' he coaen actied.. It won'l bother which I nm fiicn-tiHt In biml.nm .
praise for their Oefenslve per- I to Griffith although Agner and were not getting to th-Ir eaU. Sandy Sanderson anonetterman makes up his mind and he und them In a game situation Mtrk. .1"1.! Ifs tt. Walnnt 81., :;;

will probably work some at downfieM blocks at all. something : Junior, probably the Job. Griffith eays.Rpeoe however. Griffith aafct. M. N. Yun. Itnut Re-Elect
middle guard)) too. they excelled at in the was the best blocking; end and Sanderson are Season tk-ket are still on Htrk l>.t.. STARKE Chll-on, however. to. slated to 1964 season. Friday night; Griffith said. tenting: it out for the starting -ale. too and curt be reservedby lips. A r'. IMS, at Stark*, .Mrxlfnril '

play: first string middle guard -We're still not over that: He is one of the most Improved position defennlvcly.' < phoning the high school.. CtMinty._Klorlrta_" ____ lilt II ,/l Ruby Johns
while starter Butch Residing; summer slump. As soon as players on the field, the The teams lack of depth has Best grid news 01 the'week

[Bowling Lanes is on the Injury list. they get over that lazyness.i coaches say.Juniors force; the coaches to go to however, li that Redding, the ae' *I\LfoI<\:oTirn.'t'.O'll .7
"ChlLton I..* coring along they'll Ret up and go get some Wayne nkenahlp: < halfline ecrimnNMre to that team captain will be able. to AliitilKt 5, I.HS YOU*
real well at middle! uard. It'a body elM," Griffith I'IIld. I I and Eddie Stanch are fightingit first string players CII* face play although he will miss the the I.flly Randal ofstark' P. t'huh*. }Vlorlda:,Mayor l.yvlrlu of g
NOW OPEN a real hard position to play Defensively\ we were pretty out for the... starting center each other: With all 11 first first few games. Tabled as the .* of the authority vented .In City Council
but he to. doing really fine." well pleased." 'he added. .pot since Captain Butch: Bed, .stringers on one team cwnpe- best lineman to hit BIllS in m Firm. by Primary!law.. da Klotlon hereby tall to h a* man

LEAGUES: ARE HE- ..a. Griffith' statement.A Coach Hurse was also fairly ding's injury. Neither has Wen Is not up to par Griffith many yean. Coach Hurse was bell. at tile Kir" Station .In the
ING ORGANIZED a whole the scrtmrnam well pleaseji; with his backs In much varsity experience. says, and! the boys don't haveto sorely: misslr.it hfe stellar. per-> aforesaid Town.l>y. I Tu..day a.pt.mh.r I It.
was termed a moderate success their initial scrimmage especially Defensively Tilley Agner. dig hard enough. Advantageof formance. mr". D. fir: the piirpn ofBlnntlnK
Call 961-1501 ForInformation which was' understandableto the timing of fullback' and Chilaon drew top praise the halfline scrimmage, he Zany Connell who will backup :.Oily Clork the foil ror. *win.ffii.>Twn Yar......ri. ; _HB: WILL CONTINUK: TO Woes HA-O. FAITHFULLY AND |MPATIALLY <

Griffith and Head CoachDavid Agner and quarterback Donald from Coach Griffith. Jim Godwin nays is that blockers: have to Falcon at quarterback reported riiur.. 01 Pulh'. -- For Twit TO "I-"I."T ALL THE ClTllIN OF STA"...
Falcon on the belly sfrlcs.That for practice Monday T.ar.
also looked "real good" at work: a lot harder trt, move MaJ/or-.r Two V..rllroup .
Nurse sine the first I
wen very good for this and Charles Norman la back. ) t--tune AMrn' >*.n Kor Tour Vote situ Rupport. Will Be Sincerely Appreciated..
I EE. INSTRUCTIONS game was still thre-i weeks' away time of year but the rent was his tackle .spot and Mayton their man because the de- fur. an Illness,,

Ky last Friday night.; not so hot. although. they I
JUALIFIEDINSTRUCTORS didn't look bad" the head Bowling LeaguesSet II
still not
The blocking: was Tornado commented. RECREATION NEWS I
' what it should be. Griffith
Hure noted that he Is now Action When You Vote For
eafcj;\, and estimated\ hU linemen I
flip flopping his running and
were About two weeks' a- Tway of three bowling! SQUARE DANCE CLASSES Teen Time Supervisors each
b'ockinp back I In
a pro type
,'r---'e offence. This allow the best leagues will re-open play within '! Gene Raj-bum, recreation Saturday Night at the Recreation -
the next two weeks at director, announces a beginner Center. A special< event
. run trim\ back to star In that Starke Lanes now open for square dAnce cl Ia..., for will be planned for each Sat

..JIMMY J. (Potlicker)) McRAE !I back porttirn act while as a the flanker second either'half business strain and' a third adult coupk-a.! will b-gln at 8 urday' night starting September Ewell LawsonFOR

a.< a blocker or pass receiver kaiue Is being organized tonight. ; p. m.. September 16 ab therecreation 4. Hour will be 7 to II p.

to either side. Prior to learning bul'ding In Starke. I m. for grades 9, 10. II. and 11 ,
. r willAppreciate the An ganlzalkmal meeting The caller. any Instructorswill Come on out and, meet your I eao
: flip flop procedure the
''l tight halfback would be'I for those interested in a Mixed be Marlaru. and Tom lUd-: friend ;
lit ; flanked! to the right and the Cotrrlc League Is. set tonight ding who recently moved to Recreation Center I i
your Y ,. "m.. left half to the left strie.tr- Thursday[ at 7:30: at the Jacksonville from Fort LawdertUle. The' Recreation Center Is''' !
I '| bowling alley. They have been activeIn IeAl'h, day. Monday
which !
better runner. 'I| First match In the Men' square, dancing since 1963, through. Friday, from 3 to 1:31):
[ vote and support for Senior League la scheduled for Tuesday They joined the Florida Caller p. m. for Oradea 'I through 12. I
Dwlght Elder and
y raF night September 7. at AMioclatUn In August 1M4. Social activity Plan-Pong ;
junior .
David Shannon '
are now
In the running slots while sen 7:30: and the Ladle* League This U the only husband and tables shuffleboard. Ch.Ck.1 YOU VOTE FOR THE.
Ins Calvin i will 1 begin play a week later on wife team tn the Florida Call 4'1'.. cheat, etc. Meet your
City Councilman Joyner Verne are and the Hank Junlne'Randy \ Monday night. September 13, era Association. Prior to their friend* Barter school at the. I, Safety and Welfare of

ers.' I at 130.Feed; move to Jacksonville the 1 lid- Center. I ,
(iRot'r I) On the I ding were president of the Bantam Football' Evorr.Citizen of StarkoIn
performances 1
Shirts A" Skirts 1 trance
Grain Farmers square ; All boys Interested. in joining,
of the linemen. Coach club of Fort.. Lauderd' l They' '

IU: WILL WORK FOIl: Griffith .said that Junior guard f' Are Eligible For have attended several caller! a Bantam to football*learn areasked coming before you an a candidate fur your Chief of Police,.I feet.
come on by the Recreation !
.--sVlifltlimnl Krrr-atlon.1 Farllltlw. Iaton Morgan is looking real' Disaster BenefitsFarmers cUntcs. abets. and nationalconventions. Office for Informationand that I can better' efv. all the people In this responsible potation In a
Wally Ltzhttoottpresident
k Improved. "Htrwt*. l.ramag... and ninthKrtmomjr ...* !rood at guard In support ofiTlUey j of the NortheastDancer's forms which are to be more progressive manner. In view of the fact that title department. Its I.
: and llonty In City GovernmentK and Chilson. If Morgan 'I who signed up to of and I' will
A-anchttkm which I completed by September 4. rexponNihl" for the wifely. and welfare each' every citizen;
and Impartial M.rvke.. To All take part In the 19AS Feedo..tn
Continues to progress he Probably and unable Bradford County would fall Registration will close at noon constantly strive to keep par with a rapidly growing city and to prevent
Mora were
In Our : pntiram
McRac' Imlnxtry I 114 a native C'ottimunHjrflmmy of Slarke, Korean vet- be used on offense in to plant ail or part of the ..within I state that, the N. K.: on that date crime by maintaining. an alert, efficient and competent I tram<< on.the Police

support of the two starters. acreage Intended for production : Dancer Aa-nctatlon will sup -. -s.0.vR -- -. Force.If .
ran, a family man and a member' of the Pre4>y- '
ply a number of experienceddancers
ulan Church. Tackles Jim OoJiwIn. a Junior became of fl3od. drought, I
for a demonntratloti
,. letterman and or other natural disaster. maybe
VOTE; FOIl AND ELECT:I JIMMY McllAK ten a sophomore,Andy look May i I elltrtbU now for rpecUl program of square, dancIn 'on the I / a high quality of Uw enforcement' I 11'4' to he maintained In Stark,, )
good opening night of classes, Sept. minimum then Chief should be 21-
TO THE: CITY COUNCIL benefit, aa If the crop and break Ins kept to a your on a
But.senior tackle John apragler I had been planted according. to 16, rte points out that square hour basic call working constantly around the clock tn prevent j

lie; Sure and Vole Sept. I Ilh.Give a young man a flu. was!{. out wa of back action In pad with this the I! emery wtW._. chatnnanAgricultural dancing for 'ta" clean to. wholesomefun enjoy and JOH have crime before It happen .Thlsi raa only ke accomplished by font patrolIn
I :
chance. I Slablllaatlon ACorwenmUon the buMlneHN 21-hour l chief be In constant t
i week but still weak. A fourth we> who participate hope to district a day- n< your
(Pd. Pol. Adv) tackle Junior Ronnie Torolln- State Committee. keep It thU war arU help It gteaiiots about. personal, contact with merchant, to understand their need for protection

I i won who is expected to see a New legislation, s-grv-d" by I grow yoBrraflllary and create. more cooperative. ) relations

I President John-nn recently, Registration'' : fl per couple '
makes It ptvt-lble tar welt i per evening.: Couples only. Re- service

r grain farmers prlce-euppnrt to qualify payments for feed 3rd ffUtratlon' week of will dame cone. after the your local' National Guard. I Pledge An Honest, Fair and Impartial Administration

? If IHseter cortdltlonn/ prrvfited Teen Tim.Richard. can IIeIp r- I and Will Execute All Duties With Dignity

How Much CAN.BE" / o the plsnttng of part or all Jacket will be the I and Courtesy To All..
of the acreice Intended for

fA f! production program.under The the paymentswill adjustment more method.efficient production I In StarkeVi.it I I Come Out and Vote Ewell LawsonOn

rnd. While ,
tt1"'iTf.fl' be Reused on the normal visiting all of trw
yw-ld of the unptantedi acres. flue-cured tohareo markets In i CWO Al.Crosby September 14
# s AIi& ,fss'lf Ordrnaitly. the payments are Florida this past "week. Ccttgmnmm .
.:;"r Y computed on the normal yieldof Matthew ssld' thatnno Armory Mldr.
dlw .1'lq the 'acreage planted' for out of ten' producers who I. Artv.)
harvest" talked to him suggmlnj th. or Call 9(1 12211 I

Acreage" whim dinaster prevented type'" of bUI he ha introduced. .
I j'T'7ooo
partlclpafnv/ farmers I I
from planting tn feet grain
will not, qualify for benefits
/ under the new dd-trr, "
'3 AccOUIV! : Inn U It WTM afUrwards planted Longchamp Builds The BestDesignedHomes

si to a price-support: crop for
J$bA!!! Iw J.aAa+,e-$IJ.mlo.d.NJl, C';;;.' harvest In the current fear,

Prlce-mpported crop Include In This Area
.fie**, cotton corn grain anr

I'hurn1.ta., buSrye, soybeans
ftav. ppatnita. t.ot-"-'.

and rtoThe: farmer would ,. ..
however, be eligible for Isle J, .
r'J -
A vIN no L bent-fits if the srrrste h 'l

hit#r been planted to gram or f"I. k ,. .
\ .1 J-; ,,
nme other crop not under )' "" ;.,.>'....I\.r..f"I\ ",. ,:,,'- 'J't. ( '"'
'i( .
pries' support. l ,. .. '
Farmers stet wish furrherInfonrmUnn
LiJg! er.-... bout th* new
--- dfeialer
benrfaere unr"d to ,
70,coo get In touch wit?- their AACAcounty
A cc. VIi rs : office BenefMe extended '.
uo:>r the new emergency
A .l Acco"rr"c.KIfM& .
114,000wQ'rs.iA:.. law are nol automatserid wind s

:)i/Oreno7 .I ...."J :,.,_- oo;;'AD-'.-;-- .>..,--.O-(..., rjir-r>pend a on epeeiat an eUtdbW apptiratlon faAner' t

with the ami. ARC' offldmiAppHcstions ONE OF OUR MANY MANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
will be eotMbVr-
ed on an Individual .......
1'lCTSEU.IIII'"OUSTS.; COItfOKATlON ACCOUNTS. benefits apply In all oermttes.

far.lWI.SSIIII'CCOUSTS.. AND OT1IEKS.( ; CHECK: WITH US! farther or rot prevVxwlydeslcnat ,
.d offlely! as disaster Money

IF YOU WANT MORE ACCOUNTS INSURED areeaMatthews Completely Finished Down LOT OR NOT -

:. ..
T Enters Inside and Out WE BUILD ON YOUR
HAVE MORE CHILDREN . .I! Tobacco Bill .

ContrsMman D. ItI(BUtyl' Any Type Construction LOT

OR MsUhew* announce that he We Arrange
has introduced a bill to amend
Packed With Features
Grandparent and Grandchildren Will Do Nicely! the Art. Agricultural providing for Adjustment aoreage- All Financing FOR YOU.

pnunda.&I'UtInc; quotas
for totmr-ao, tn. permit farmer -
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN more option In spacing - ('.II or Writ lluford Mitchell. MiKrharnp lepre-u-nUli tn This Area.

UtHr tnoamo ptantlr r WE: 8tifJ I!*' CLAY. RMtf'W. RAREMI: |
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Under trw Aereago-Prnnala Ann' UNION!' lrt'nTIrJ4 I I'. f). lios 2-1M rhfMie 949.5.101! : ) "C.r k e, Florida
I *." ContrtJ: Act. .. paced by
:218 N. TEMPLE; Cor-rrrt this year, m addition 1 1 OK CAM. COM.KCT: : JACKSONVILLE" : 77l7'

to arrr>ge IVxrrv-nta. farmers" f'I' .-..... .. -.---- -. .. '.'

PEK ANNUM are clvvn pounrtete; aUotmtit 1 :, -1

QUARTERLYANTICIPATED Q that *Me. Matthews btll. prmitUrMT pointed farmer out. | A-tdr-** t Longchamp Homes

: more -pacing. p ovt fed i =i. :: -I
41% : DIVIDEND: they not exceed their poundage 1 CUy A "I*** r.ll __ .

I : ; RATE e l''le''' ; slots allotment.!the qualuy riff tmproveo make pos-<
"IsI of tufcurro cir-mnnik-U Ur Uie

mattaz4 WUIAW1 J to*

Russell '' for many years, died in a'. Miss' Melba: L. Ricks, both of Mrs. Florence McOrath, both fleer Academy In Bad ToJz.Ocrmany. at the Marine Corps Recruit aced July 9 from the Aviation Aviation Electronics [Avionics
Jacksonville hospital Wednesday Starke; Mrs. Dorothy:: Babbsof of Orlando; Mr*. Pearl, B 1ton, lIe arrive overseas Depot Parris Island. S. C.. Antl-Submaiine Warfare 1 Fundamentals courses at

i iF.or night after an Illness of Waldo; Mrs. Daisy Mae Starke; 43 grandchildren. and SERVICE MEN In April of this year and U I where he received intensive Technician course at :the Naval the center

$ Set several weeks. Smith of Lake Butler; and two great trrandchU-lI"en. currently stationed near Augs training and physical condi Air Technical Training

Mr. Redding. was born in Mrs. Thelma Mae Johnson of Funeral ser.<1ces! were held AMP WOMEN burg" as! a team leader In tioning. Three weeks were Center! Memphis, Tenn. THE RIGHT

SaturdayD. Bradford County on Dec, 21. Jacksonville; six sons Jessie! J. at 2 p. m. Sunday in Jones Company A of the 24th Infantry spent on the rifle range where During the 11-weelc course POINT for the

I luUd, the sen .cf the lute Henry Jumea D Jr., ana George W. Memorial Chapel: } with Rev. I Division's 1st B recruits tire the M-14 rifle and he learned about eir-borne way reelect:you write. Come In and
your: favorite ESTER-
:' Russell Reidinsr 50 F. Redding and Cilia Wil- Ricks all of Stat ke; Robert!! Donald! X* Willis officiating. 19th Infantry. receive: Instruction In other sonar and special detection BROOK fountain TELEGRAPH.
Chief Deputy with the Bradford kinson Rt.idlng.! who resides I Lee and Charles E. Ricks, both i I Interment will follow:: In the j Ij Dlzgs entared! .the Army toi 1, basic Marina Infantry wea equipment, aonobuoy systems, .
County: Sheriff's office at Lawtey. He was a member : of Orlando; and Leo Allen famffiy! plot in Klngsley Lake March 1962 and completedbasic pons. Following graduation, integrated data, display 8YS I

I of the Hellbronn Baptist Ricks of Gainesville; three sisters I Cemetery under direction of training lilt Fort Gordon, I Pvt Lee reported!: to the Infantry tema magnetic anomaly detector M KY-11054: 1'11' '

Chuivh, serving as deacon forth Mrs. Lucille Cook and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Ga. Training Relgment at gear dipping aonar, >O'" 'I'I"F"O:

NOTICEWrdnemluy. past 2S years and was a Home. I I Camp Lejeune, N. C. principles for frequency modulation I ...ltfc. ......... for .. member of the Florida Peace 2nd Lt William E. Dumpier and transmitter
!Sept' 8, III.at!/ Ofllceis Association. --- --- of the local National Guard I Aviation Antl-Submarlna 1 l-ecelver troubleshooting. lion: >ml..llu... Per. I.f.._...

3 P.M.; property demrlbcxl Surviving besides his motherIs NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED recently completed: ;; a two-week Warfare Technician Third Prior to attending this ".... urn prrMiBMl mntmwtr, Ulrrtlrw.mrmd +mmllHrm.

on: his wife, Oene.u OaakinsReddliu jungle operation course atFort Clans Stewart N. Jones, USN course he was graduated: from vane .k... f. Am.rr
of Lawtey: his ma.teinal .- the two-week Aviation FfcuniUarlzatton .
; Sherman In the Panama 111ot; Mr. said:! Mrs. Nelson .. Fla. """'lit.
Lot. 1 Si Sl/i of Lot 2. Ulmk grandmother, Mrs. .- Canal Zone where he learneJ':! E. Jones of Starke. IO'301u- k and the 19-week i =.

4. LIvlujrHton, Truliy &: Easter Wilkinson: of Lawtey; SCHOOL HELLS Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson, t S to fight and survive In jungle _
Co. Addition to Starkewill one son, Raymond Redding! of < terrain, much like that encountered -
School tolls rang Monday pastor. Services will begin' I
be offered at unction Wildwood; five brothers, for the students of Bradford Sunday with Sunday School at : in Viet Nam. As

In connection with a ute Horace M. Redding. Jacksonville County. Many eater students 10 with Mrs. Fannie Bell De- : pal t of the survival training:;,

'a. to _H ttn Mluluutlon.I ; Rev. Charley L. Residing greeted teachers with enthusiasm lestre in charge. Lovfeost; Lt. Dampier dined on many

Ralfo.d; ; Louln H. and: ArtnrrRedding and eagerness to begin a service will be held at 11. Holy unusual items, including boa I
Mr. icne Long, Tux", AnHeftitor I
both '
: of Liwtjy and coatl-
; constrictor. Monkey
new school term with success Communion at 6 p. m. All
feels. encroachment Herbert Redding Green Cove OES NOTICE members an':| friends. ale invited munJl: opossum, and iguana. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and building damage has. no j
Springs. Also( surviving are Dell Chapter 168 is holding to attend. The 24-year-old lieutenant
bearing on till.* Hole. However three grandchildren. = .. .
the regular meeting Thursday SHOWER --.-- graduated from this University

without' I offer Htutement nothing a..*for to mile It,* Funeral services will", t bs held night Sept. 2, in the! Masonic The members of Greater Allen I Airman 3id class Irwin A.Martin of Florida in 1964 and will 111 FORD CARS

Hound.. neon. etc.Therefore at 10 a. m. Saturday in Jones Hall on Brownlee Street. All ) Chapel> will be hosts to a son:> of Mr and Mrs. teach vocational:: agriculture In
Memorial: Chapel with Rev. members are asked to ,bs pre Shower for Mrs. Fannie Bell Floyd A. Martin of Starke, has Metros }flq h Sfh-iol this t&11.Pvt. AND

I |give the following Charles Harvey pastor: of the sent an<*; on time. Business of Delestre Saturday night. Sept I completed; Air! Force basic .

; Menu.,: Lawtey Baptist; Church officiating vital Importance. Sister Alma 4. at 8 o'clock. All member mlfJtary' training at Lackland MUSTANGS IrTICUL,-

Interment will follow B. Bacon WM, Rev. Damon I and: friend are Invited. The AFB Texas, and has been 3
warehouse. IH. Slf..t :
((1)) in the family plot In Long
Dell. WP.LEGION shower will) be given at the selected for technical! training
wide and not 35 feet
Cemetery under direction I
an. Btnvted by the Tax", .It sensor of DeWitt C Jones AUXILIARY 314 church paisanaTe.Oreatfr : as 'a munition;; specialist 'at
The American Legion Auxi- Bethlehem FreeWill the Air Training Command'
cording to a'n articleIn Funeral Home.Services .
the Bradford County lary 314 meeting that was Baptist. Tuesday night f IATCJ school at Lowry

'Telegraph dated Aug. 19, scheduled! for Monday night. Faithful Few Club. Wednesdaynight Colo His new unit Is AFB'j e

196 Held 3ept. 8, wild be postponed until 7 'p. m., General Prayer the vast< ATC system

At Laura BaptistFor Sept. 13. The delay is due Meeting. Thursday night.' trains airmen and: officers Inl.
((2): ) This building extend to; the Labor Day 'holiday Choir No. 2 rehearsal! and La- the diverse skits! required by I '

2 feet onto Seaboard Mrs. Ricks All .m 'mbcr i ire m,ked to dies Circle will meet at the ,the nation's aerospace! force. 65 CORD

Air Line Railway property" remember that the member- home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Airman Martin, la .A. graduateof
and an annual. rental of (15 Mrs Adi Carter Ricks 69 ship drive Is on for new members. Friday night. Choir No. 3 reheArsal Bia'iiford' County High CLEARANC E

U charged by the Railroad widow of James D. Ricks Sr., Please! bring a friend. at 7 p. m. The director School 'and attended SI Johns WHILE

for thin encroachment. died in a local hospital last Mrs. Corene McNeil president. asks all children ,to be present. River Junior College in Pa- > THEY
Filday after an extended Ill- MARRIAGEMr. -L I
Also Prayer Band meeting at
(3)( ) An Inxpectlon. reportby latka.
ness. She was born In Starkeon LAST!
the Florida feat. Control, and Mrs. Joe Morris the home of Deacon and Mrs. -

dated March 20, I!D6/i.! nhoxv June 27, 1896. the daughter announce the marriage of Ed Stone. Saturday night' the Sate< Robert S. Din! 20 son James T Lee son of r I
of the late J. C. and Cella
'extennlve"' termite and. |goat, their niece 'Miss Fannie Bell Missionary Department will of Mr*. Christine L DIgs! of Mr and Mrs. Richard L. Lee I
'beetle damage with mitxlniiim Frazier, the daughter of Mrs. sponsor a chicken and fish Route 2, Starke, recently '
Staike recently
Jr of Route 1, -
.. She was a member of the Carrie Robinson, to Rafael dinner at the church kitchen.
estimated cost of 1I1t''Z9or graduated/ from the) 7th U S.
minimum rout. of $200 Laura Baptist: Church, and: Delestre. The bride was given I Choir No. 2 will sell Ice cream Army N-wi-CommlHSloned Of- completes: :! recruit training I

,to eradicate these insect. .,. had liveuin 1 Bradford Countyall In marriage by her uncle, Joe andi hot: dogs in the education
her life.Surviving.
Morris. The
ceremony was an department
A. I). CROSBY are five daughters event of August 16 at their Sunday School 9:43: a. m. I M / / C e
Mrs. Ruby J Griffls, and home, 2201 North Lawtey,
Morning Worship 11 a. m. .. _
Road, with Rev. L. A. Sampson with pastor In charge. Junior t r w.awww ,, l

pastor of Greater Allen League, 4:30: p. m. The presi- b/ ti

Church officiating. dent asks. all members to be n a 4 SECTJOIIGETStO 1 rr
NEWS .present and! on time. Evening

Bethel Baptist Church, Rev.A. worship will start at 6 p. m. !

; Vlnson. )pastor. Sunday with the pastor in charge V
.YOUREEZER School will be h Hi i at 10 a. m. I L. C. McCutchen reporter: Word.* or leas. ., one time .85 Memorial. Resolution ? Be per weed

with Deacon Julius Royal In Elder Louis McKay pastor. If not paid. In advance 1.25 Ourdft. of Thank, up to M word,*__ 1M

Charge The annual Women's i i Keyed or Blind Ada ____ 1.25 Over BO word. -?. ._.. 5e .per. wad
t Day PTOBTam' ) will be held''
Each additional word over t0____ .OS Dl play ad* .la CIa .in..d.lJM. ) per .raft
: Sunday Sept. 12. All members ,,

are asked to please! remember'the HOISIMOLDPESTS Insurance Problems 11 POR BALK FOR 8ALE-2 bedroom frame)i FOR SALE-One acre of Florida -

obligation. We are de- I HASTINGS MATTRESS Ready mix eoncn.-te. concrete, house, fully furnished; approx 90 Strawberries S mile

l pending on you. The public Is Call The Man From '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS block house pleri. sand cement 4 acres land located about 2 south of Olen on Highway 125.

DURING CITY FISH'S invited to attend. Y D.IMwNvgY "Keystone"George 71A Lemon St. Platk mortar mix rock:, steel!' \ ml. east on New Branding Phone 259-7872.% Macclennjr.

Greater Allen Chapel AME V u..It.ry.oJlhttp E. LaRue l: Furniture Repaired,, peter shell "merock. roof I Road Sit 2301. near Rolf Elvin Starling. 4tpd 9I,9

it,, .1 DIN1.Glryisg l I Upholstered: ft Refinished gravel, lintels. BRADFORD course ".500. Contact Bill I
Farmers irhone Keystone Height ENOH. CO Phone M4-3531, 964-9881 [Idayl] or

BEEF SALE Visit ASCS Consultant "'orIJ Your New Innersprings 'R\NCK:. 964-5771 fnliihtl tfcha BUY

j With Problems : Insurance' Needs.! I and Rot Springs AT RCDITRII RATES I F. H. A.. V. A. or Conventional

RepresentingGreat Drop V* A Card or Call AUTO .'un:. BOAT Loans are available In SUtrkr

I Operators of farms which American In*. Co. FALATKA -Urf8! DOYLE E.: CONNER I or rural area Let rate from Saw Timberand
need MRS. PEGOT HIIALLEB! SH to 6 cent. ParamortHomen.
U.S. novo GradedCHUCK conservation work are The Traveler In*. Co. INSURANCE AQBNCTIfohn per
urged to visit the ASCS Coun 209 E. Adkln St. phone 969.4111,
ty Office and talk over their' Tel 473.4692 Day Starke. Al'it I fltorke. Fla. tfchg

: ROAST needs with county office personnel 473-4325 Nltea FOR RENT Two bediroom

49 Clyde Cone chairman Auto Fire Home Business FOR SALE-Fill dirt top soil fumlMied house 310 N. DISTRIBUTOR WANTED PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY

CHUCK STEAK LB. Agricultural Stabilization and Monthly Payment. Man I tractor work. n.w and used Church St. Phone 964.7182. To service and
No COm tlton.
Conservation County Committee .1 building uppUe. W. T. Jack- tfoha !
r mild !today. They will be BE!: SURE TO SEE World con Building Material and Machinery set up new account in exclusive
glad to explain the other FOR SALE 1985 cnevrolet: territory.. Investment sec-
program Book before buying any Supply. Phonl.**-
CLUB STEAK LB. 59c and help the farmer to make, Florida Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne,i I 4001. UeltC 2 door good condition. Reasonable. ured by fast mo-.lrm Inventory TIMLOG Inc.

his selection of practices which your local representative slnr.e'. See at Farmers Mu-i I, of amazing plastic coating ,
appear to be moot needed for Phone ton Exchange phone 9691631 1 1; used one all types* of surfaces
1958. P. O. Box 603.
ROUND STEAK LB. 79c 1, his farm. I Pest 964-3794. tfchq FOR BALK!: Good business : 1tcQw ,I I interior or exterior. Eliminates 5 MI.:So. Starke on 301

waxing when applloj> to Phone 961-0241
According to Chairman, Control and residential properties In :
I Cone, 149 farmers, in THI'EE BEDROOM 2 bath imprrrvwd and unim FURNISHED APARTMENTS, any type of floor Eliminates
cooper Starke.: Contact L. 1i Outlaw
: FRESH PICNICS LB. 39c ation with the Agricultural fr CHEMICAL CO. ,I I, home on your lot. $50.00 I proved. H. V. Knight, P. O. unfurnished Burdette. 834 houses.North II Cherry.. S aU painting hen& applied to .

Conservation Program, carried down. mrtall monthly payment. Drawer F, City.! tfclnI | wood metal or concrete 'urI -
r I out practices on 147 Paramore Homes, 909-4111. I St. Phone 911 .3324 tfchR fftcea. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS -
farms In 1964. Mr. Cone said Rtarke. tfchu / .; WE BUILD by plans or I Minimum Investment! $500 available E. Side 8. Parker.
SMOKED PICNICS I 3 bedroom house your
LB.43c I : that farmers and rancher FOR RE. T- will draw plans to suit you ;i Maximum Investment 812,-I Just! off E. CUU St. 128' s 114-
FOR SALE- 40 Ford pick-up 1 with tile bath. Unfurnished.Rfint ,
j who are mot practicing conservation 12 Wi des 000. Call 969-3701 tfofiC
I We build lot or ours {
good condition. Best offer. See ( 9IU'2"65. tfcha on your
on their land are II I Paramore Home. 9694111. For details write or call. :
Harley Johnny I Hazc-n, 783-
RED HOTS C often those who meet need to.I Starke tfrhc. Phone: 314 A. -I.UOO HELP WANTED -One man.
Custom Made 3305. tfcha
Starting in 1962, a special effort FOR SALEThree bedroom I PEXOUIN PLASTICS CORP. 2135. Mice podtlon. Call

Loose I lion been made to encourage II I For Florida Living You Can't heal This. One frame house. 2 miles south of WANTEDMaid 8 a m. to I 3411 North Lindbergh Blvd Jacksonville. EL-40581. Ask

/ them to carry out conservation : (Rt: t More\ Just $16,00000 for this three Starke on H w.y 100. Reasonable 2 P. m. 5 dart week Must be I lat. Ann. \1l'T yurl 63074 U 930)), for Mr. Lewis or Mr. Smith.

WEINERSLB.Sliced work on their farms YOU bedroom house, terrazzo floor J,I price, 'with easy econom- experienced<< cook. Have own' 2tpd 92:

with the assistance offered by I For Your $ $ $ I two baths, central heat enclosed ical terms. Phone WD-1653 trannpoi tstlon. Dependableand FOR BALE-Frame house. 21_
a ACP. This effort U being continued I garage fenced backyard 2tp I 9 2 I sober Write '"A" In careof miles mst on rd. 16. 3 bedrooms FOR RENT-2 bedroom fumtrhed -
In 1963 and: farmers, No Salaried or Commissioned Bra.l iora County 'nlf'l 1'Hh. drapes In every room. or unfurnished house
street -
paved comparatltedy
who have never signed up : Employee I central healing Beautiful: conveniently located In Starke.M. .
Craft Drawer A Starke. giving refeence
modern. Very 1
new and FOR BALE Roy
BOLOGNA-LB. with ACP or who have not I .\ phone number andaddress. :! yard. 4V4 acre Sixty-Nine{ A. Payne phone 43794.
DAD & BRAD LAItSENLIKE suitable term can be arrange houvtrailer B' x 30' $80000.Call
signed up for the past several tfchfff Hundred) Term. Call !969- tfchgEXPECTANT
v ed. Immediate occupancy. A 964-5683 UchtNO.
years are Invited to investigate TO WORK I I 4m: tfcha''
J. Thomas. Realtor" Tel 964-
what the program hal to I
OPEN SUNDAY & MONDAY offer. YOU Benefit B70I :. 223 f MARY CARTER FOR SALE-'64 Ford Custom MOTHERS

The ASCS office acceptIng .I II l 40 ACRES: LAND 30 scree-$6.000. Lot of room 500. 3 dr White with blue Interior
.. II I I this tract Loratrd Standard: shift. Excellent :
for roaming on
requests now for cost-II All Sizes Display Situate H mile of Btarfce. See Our Complete'
for conservation. I on I on paved highway nf'Uto'A" condition Phone 969-2531
W sharing practices grades: roods or two tide
'fvfisk&MeatMarkeWE to be carried out during 8-10-12 Wide! Might be use-t for country '). Septic tank already! In PAINTSComplete tfetw MATERNITYSportswear
calendar IVi Baths Partly fenced with well and
the remainder home or subdlvl ''nil. See it I. FOR RENT --2 furntahed a-
logs Farmers are re and Expandable electric pump for water Pine Stock
year and make me an offer A. J parUrr-nU. Kirrrsley Lake One
STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES quested to sign up during ThomukS, Realtor' Tel. 9648701. and cypress trees Only $8.000 Line bedroom upotatr. two bed
August 10 that their requests I i :>. o. m orPaints MANY ITEMS OS
607 E. I1no\\ un Pll. !)f;!>-10)5!):>> j may be timely considered by New and Used8Yr. 97 .("ff'S.' Parked with possibilities. room 'xmstAir*. All e'.ec.! equipped SALECARP'S

the ASC County C"mlttee. $29.500. Located on U All C n.N worthy,
I financing; available Waterfront Property' ph.: 944-5011 or 533-3431
L Klway 301 with 1.330 ft
; SuonHe For TU-rv 6 7
'rontage. Pine and cyp, I

STAR Use Our Rental-Pur Bellair PointOn timber 20 acres tillable Good I All Purposes FOR BALE Crmftman table
; chase' Plan-Payments 7-room bungalow Sturdy 3. taw with m t"IT. electric planner MED:. SCHOOL FUNDS:

: U$. :301 NorthStarke Under $50 Pu'MonthNOW. Lake Geneva story barn. 30 x 30. Hou. >lawt !.! Buy One ClallonC.'et ; and: motor aced condition HOUSEWIVES like yourself

back from traffic noise : One (anon; Sacrifice Both In 00. .re earniirt good &Income by

.. LARGEST; SELECTION; ; OF. MOBILE" : HOMES: :N THIS VKEA: TO Good Turns Can! between 7 a. m. and 2 p. repreaenUnf Avon' Coonetlc
CHOOSE FROM I Brick HomesReady STROIT RF.\L TTI FREE; m 4T1-4310 Keystone Jtt'hc openings now available for

SI I 17 N. Tempi AT.*. 96I-H201 -- qualified 'women." Write Mn. ,

for Occupancy' (U. 1'. 361)J Phase 96.-3151FOR Phone FOR S.U&B --pure bred Oulda Bwe-t. P. O. Sox M7. I,
Direct Factory To You Prices--No Middle Man SitesAVAILABLE Preferred Location 35.1: :N. Temple" .. Annn' N P Genii.. no bad Hire. Oak PIa '

Mobile Home h blt 34 rears" old. Pricedreasonable
: : RENT :3 bedroom unfurnished TWIRLING LEON9 -
WE SEHnelWII.T: WE; SELL: Priced From Phone 964-07S1 PCR SALE-Saratoga HetchU.. .
.; house 308 8. Watat r r Yourwer an group Wedn 21]'
$15.700 to $23.500 r-ieninin or Saturday and 3 bedroom hout with Isis I
ltd i at B. H. S. Auditorium 3.3i:
Full Lake Privilege Rondo. 3tedne 916 fenred back yard Off Street {>
Open For Inspection' i'' p m Betty Ann R'Ct t-r. Hi,;)1 \jI
Homestead Exempt WILL WASH -and iron arxl! -' I 400 down $>1 a month. *4- f
: TIIE SPECIAL! Sun.. Mon-Sept. 5, 6 WILL, CARE for young ehlltn 3191 after o m. tfcfw S"i
WE GIVE : BEST FINANCING Financing mend: in my home. Phone 984.-.,, STRA YEO-One *hlte mwli 1 f'r-n mr hcme while motherPrtorte l I !
HANK 1:00 to !
: 7:00 IVM. 3524 2ti-h 9 l poodle. If seen please cull BaLane. ',
DEALS AND TRADE: "i i wnrk* M4M1t.It.' ...,': FOR SAt E -Cub tractor and
.. 9"-7583 2tchw 9'.1L 'It ; ,
FOR ANYTHINC. (: 55' x 10' I'()\,. I LOWMONTHLY ) Lake Geneva Charles F. Wallrniu FOR RE'ITN: ly fuml-' -. -I' sane equi-ment SMiley John-
::1) HEDKOOM: > PAYMENTS Builder of Fine Homes ed tpartment. Cwuole or ._'wlI t FOR RENT-1 texxn: t-.tl" I, .-. room furnlnhsrartment aon. Lawtey 783-3354.
t': FURNITUREBOATS Keystone lilt.. 1731192i I only. Air condition. 337 N. er Also trmUsr rues will 1J8 S. Water St. 3tper 1< I.
Fully FurnUhedDelitered Sales Phone
Trailer J 96911e5.tfehg
: _. W-'nut fH. It;p'' catkx Weitmorelan- Traile!
AS LOW AS $200 -I' Park Can 909-3391 or X59.1 FOR BALEAc'artment au.
: Cp on Your Lot DOWN On Route 100. One !MUo SBKr i FOR RENT: OR e.UETwo WAITRESS W.'NTEDI'o' 3151. Itrh.., FOR SALE 1954 Chevrolet AdmtnJ R e .uct1tly

; : MOTORS $ >..lone llrlrhUOpen bedroom house comer Cherry lne ahift. Experience helpful' -1 H ton pick up In food co ndirooal -' ued. Apartment aiae Admiral

CARS OO.OOwn? TSELECTION4 Sun &: Evenlnga' and Sash Street Phone 42M1. I I Apply in person 3 o'clock to /I FOR FOR SALE S tton. good tire. Reasonable. INS model E ctrteSupmM: !

; .1 i Itchc I p. m. Trail Motel and Rests.' modern name.: Some furniture s. ; Call 949-2011 from 5 .. m. toP >''I] .to...e never used Phooe K41 I
.. ,I I :'rant. Lawtey.. 3tchc 9-.U: II i Phone M9-4oa2. Iti S p. m. 4tch .n 1 1411. itch

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BTARKK. fTJU TIlt'KSJI"T.' ': f, HM5_

cultural( Extension Service Carlton Faulk.
Farmer's DiaryBy To prepare old-faahluned Mule Caster Sr. vUlted C.
teamed corn un the cob, remove B Starling in Jacksonville. : i
the htuk.4 and silk. Cook Monday
SAM MeGarrey ears as needed for Hill- S Vr221ff
us many Mrs. Orene Cow art of 1 *
one solving! a piece. You can bixinn" Sprigs was Tu.-s-jy
cook more while the first batch dinner.1..11. \ of Mrs E. J. Harris -
Let's Put The Blame For Riots aU coiled and ready to strike. Is "being eaten Drop the coin .
The snake was klKed.:! and according kettle of salted l,
Into a lightly
Jimmy and Wayne Weeks of

And Rumbles' Where It BelongsAs j tfttd: during not to jump Hatcher the off remainder thq the log chain again of- covered Serve boiling! at, water

might be expected the recent without being assaulted and beaten. I the day.'S. butter Rotuited t and corn milt oa the cob\ U Miss Nancy Hartley of Jacksonville -

shameful rioting and looting in Los are getting fed up with pampered and Some people brag about a favorite of many burbucueenthualoats spent" Thurcd.ty: night' ,.

Angeles sent the psychiatrists and the insolent youth gangs. raising big tomatoes and Roast it Indoorsin na family.Mr.guest' of Sylvia Norton' and BIRD

sociologists scurrying to their type- "That holiday riots and similar an. The heavy rains conUnue we're forced to brag about our the oven or outdoors over and Mrs Ed Stokes of

writers to explain away what happened tics by carousing youths have evoked) almost dally, ana M they say little onea.tAUce: planted> some the cools. Don't te.uUle hubk FltzgcralJ) da. and Captain
in terms of "frustration" and "op widespread concern is not surprising.It around. Lawtey "It can't: get flowers In an old cypress water off. Just pull them down and and Mrs. Jim Tii-ece and four I

pression" by society, augmented bya is surprising, however, that strong any wetter here-only deeper." plum trough tomato out plant front volunteered and a remove kernels with the silk melted Brush butter the children) of Universal< City. SPECIAL!

week of "oppressive heat and hu public reaction did not come sooner. The 'water table: Is close to\ the there. It has produced a and replace hunka. Tie the Texas were weekend' guests of V

midity." For several years, the increasing vol surface of the ground and any number of the prettiest little hunks necurely with twin. Mr. and Mrs W H. Agner' and _
old shower produces bite puddles family.Mr .
All of which inspires us to explain ume of criminal acts by young people tomatoes you ever saw In your To roast \01 nil' the oven
and makes driving diffi and Mrs W. E. Oliverand
their explanations in a one-word sum- spurred on by the lenient treatment cult. l life, and they are good eating. preheat own to 35O decrees F" Vet all of I a _
non Connor
mation which can best be described as received-has presented a clear barometric S. Place the corn on" cookie Jack-onvllle, were weekend

hogwash. reading of what we are now And: driving on the highway While there has been no announcement sheet.!. Serve and, feint hot, for with 40 butter nhiniule. guests of Mr and Mrs F" Q V3 A
A far more sensible explanation it witnessing. For instance, from 1960 during one of these heavy yet, our In forma- and Halt Conner.

seems to us, is the one advanced by through 1964, the percentage of young i'&ina can be especially tiancerous. teat to that a phosphate! reOuction To cook outdoors, place the MM. Cecil Whltohead an.1
an editorial writer in Wyoming who age group arrests for homicide, forc- as Sam learned lat. I plant will be built In tIed husks over hot coal.. dauihters, Judy and Patti,
observed: "A nation which condonedmob ible rape, aggravated assault, robbery, week when he wj Involved In general area around Turn frequently for 13 to 20 were Tuesday night supper
a wreck Just the other aide of Brooker within the comtrai .. attests or Mr and Mrs\ O. A.
burglary, larceny, and auto theft more nllnu't. or until the husks
rule and sidewalk coercion in
year Our Informant tells us
WaMo. A driver attempting to turn brown and dry. Serve Barry and children of OrangePark .
seeking the right to sit down at a than doubled the population increase pass a "wml" during the that phosphate; rock. utter.If ,

restaurant or to register to vote, percentage of the same group. totrn nearly rammed our little have definitely been found you prefer to husk the Mme' Siv1i Elder and
should have expected a misconception "The immediate objective, of course "Puddao-Jwnper.: As it and that the building of a com before roosting brush daughter Robin spent last.

of its willingness to. 'look the other is to put a stop to these rumbles and was. the ''k'U rear fender was plant la only.a.matter, of lime. each husked ear of corn with weekend ltIlbtlt Spring as I

way' when civil: rights were concerned.A mass vandalism. Meanwhile, the ques- torn off and Sven was lucky to melted butter and wrap Ugli miesta of Mr stud Mrs.\ PII.
law cannot be broken merely be- tion puzzling most people is what get out of It.alive. Our Turk's cap plants are I ly In heavyweight\ aluminum Lett. I
blooming and It perms they foil Grill. bake the earne
caused the principles and morals of or Mrs Carolyn Johnson and JJ'.e
the law-breaker thinks it is .
cause But John of are early this Who would in the I
Jlammon.1 year. way as you corn two om of Keyvitoive Hrlirhts
'morally right to do so, despite what some of our youth to degenerate to Starke had an even 111 won ex* knows it may be a weather hunk were guests of Mr<.! and MmE.
Martin Luther King says. The break- near animal level. Recognizing the .?ertence. for he was driving ten. but we're not an rood' as Some barbecue chef wrap :. M. Norton Saturday, I .
down of society's rules and laws of problem comes much easier than its back: of tam' ant( when two Billy Bowlegs on algrui.' and eiu-h. ear of corn with a strip M..... C. U Hickey of Oreen !
living together can only result whena solution. However, of all the factors car pled? : up> In the wwck.Mr :. have to rely on the leather of bacon before replacing the COve Springs and..nd L-

minority Is successful in street agitation involved I am convinced one of the *. Hammond suffered a department., iitkik Try thla for >a surprise Mike lllrkev of Stewnit wets
in mob rule, in defiance of law most damaging is the false teaching deep cut on her head which: 55. I flavor' tnwit.Kingsley. m ,,nta of :Mrs. Kiy Miller and)
blame all required 12 stitches to close. We had a mete. of bream family. Wednemtav tftemoon/ .
and order, no matter how noble the which tends to society for svnvvvvvvvtvvtw. mvvv 10,000 ITU Hialtr' with tlorelt
thla week and that old demon Mr and Mrs W .P MrKlif
America is deploring the the frustrations woes, and inconveniences Mtiti. up .M 100 square het.Igelarly ( .
cause AU of which rrovr that no rook. Sam} under Alice's skillful ney and mm of JM'nvllle srlctil st' 171.*9IAIIT
real visited
or imaginary, upon
riots in Loa Angeles tras week, but m:ttr how careful you are lit directions cooked' them to I Lake rpent Saturdiiv* with Mr ant>t tMra. 1 jjeU HDD. SPICIAl $.. ..l3
the riots started several years ago our young people. 'U Sam first wreck in about perfection< And they were \good I \ Cecil WliltcheaJ' and l
when America, from the President "Teenagers, and their parents, have W year of driving), nome eating, with just ervcnjh bon'eaprcsrnt family 40.000 ITU Neater' with kt'wif.H .
down, condoned street demonstrationsas been subjected to a foolhardy theory carders. driver on put you :In to keep the proceas of Mra. E. M.' NnH. Mr and Mm ttaymmid !/.<. *0" up ,ts 1111 iquart hit.Itgularfy .
the to justify ends." which condones rebellious conduct 1 hospital or the morgue.A cheating interesting. I amt son of Jocknonvllln. and srlcid at' sn 90
means .
It was only a matter of time before against authority, law and order, or .5. I'hun. 5335051ua..uaaaaaaauua.as Nfr. and Mrs. Steve sheens URn 1110 SPECIAL $11.11or.ea
few-fortunately not the ma- any regulatory measures which restrict man cutting pu'pwood up All ye who have labored all of Staikn! were RIICNU" of Mr
some whims near MI.Mleburg:!: had a Kate, mimmer to keep the lawn and \frs O W. Ilrown bout
their wishes desires
jority-of the Negro population would ."pert'n'eat\ week, acootinn >! mowed be of good cftetr (Mt'Kill NI.MM; Saturday B bird. BUY '"""
and activities. This astonishing belief e an early a Dearborn
misread such endorsement of civil t to Ivey Hat<-r er of that With September. hers the Sunday Schixil., I 9:45: a m. Rev and Mra n T Trivy Nov 1,1905
rights demonstrations as license to has spread into the schoolroom, the Wn. The man' labor _. Interrupted gram will get tired of making MurirUvg/ Worship, 11OO: a, m. and Ions apintt Fikluy afternoon heater NOW EASY TERMS and h
defy'law. and order for anything else living room the courtroom, and now 'when th. chain hop- :you\ tired< and you rail retire Timing Union, 8:45 p. m. through Saturday" In receive a 229.5. BLOWffft FRfff
they wanted. into the streets of our Nation In the oM off nt. raw, oral he re- the mower and tike a rent Evening: WoiWilp. 8:00: p. m. hills Oa, as guests of Mrs. J
I But it' is not the Negro alone who form of wild, drunken brawls. Nced it. But happened a over the" wlnt r. There' one Midweek Prayer Service<< Wed. M. 8Un. Telephone or Visit
Wond time and when th* conjugation! at least' In thla nrtday 7:30: ( p. m Ilev. B.. T. Harris office
f has been misled by seeming indulgenceon "No doubt, society has failed our Mr and !Mre E. 4 Today ,
man .jrlemced. down In back of country we don't have to aliovi (Peavy. puiitor "Cunve, let us and DrUu Jllnhop spent
the of national leaders in youth, but not in the seem
part way many "
gov- .
him there i .
was a bill rattler. snow in Ui winter Worship Together Tliurattay In McRne a. guests''
ernment, religion, and other phasesof to think. Rather, the dereliction has JdMOK I.ASH PARTY I of Mr Charity Oilman.
our society. been in the failure to teach them the \ Mrs. K. J JI""I."" I* and Mr Mr *and Mr! Cecil Whitehead GREEN'S FUELof

This demoralizing trend that has meaning of discipline, restraint, self- and Mrs. KennvUi. Molt en- I an* dtkugtttera. visited ! brought our country to the brink of respect, and respect for law and order NEWS And NOTESFor trrtalne.: the Junior T U. and C. n Starllim in Jm'kaonvllle Florida Corp.
the of and the rights of others. Consequently : Sunday School)\ Claa* men\bera Sunday afternoon
anarchy was subject a recent ,
TX y1 Phone !um) !)-I2M' :'
with a
tongue-lashing by J. Edgar Hoover, the lesson now is both painful and Today's HomemakersRy \ elnrr ThurwUv roaat.aftentoun Mrs. Margaret Ann Prel'rand ;. unUf MVII': .
respected director of the FBI. who costly. C"htldl"t"1or" Mandarin are J
wrote In his latest" bulletin: It Is encouraging to note that some Martha Rue !McCain\ rF.RSONALItMar. : Saunders and I guests this week. of Mr, and
F. J.
"Young thugs and teenage criminalsmay courts In the troubled areas are begIn- j County Ed.naJon :hlklrrn. of Penney. Farms Mm O W Drown.

be pressing their luck by increasing ning to take a more realistic approach Home Economic: Agent were gu"".ta of Mi.. Hay Miller! -_...__..;. '''''IIIo," ---. .'::1--1 --
\ their violent escapades while in handling those Involved in these and! children' let Tuesday TT ;. '

blaming society for their faults outbreaks and outrages.' New laws afternoon, ........
"It appears that the public is beginning providing stiffer penalties are be-, .n".1. food for September. ly In a nut oven. Mire Kay. Johnnon was an ." ,

to gag on the steady sociological ing enacted in a few places, and we Look for an abuiKbtnt supPly 1. To peanut butler itmt overnhrlil guest of Mla\. Sylvia\ ,< .

diet of excusing the conduct of can only hope that authorities (including of grape end Iota of peanut lemon or orange Juice to>> taat.. N n l ton lust Tnwatay.
butter, turkey and froaen UM as a snuffing for pelted l MIM Hharon Hryant of .,, Sl
hoodlum because has .a,4.
teenage 'society parents) everywhere will follow orange" Ju'te. date or Ptarke spent Thursday to Frt" .

r': failed them.: Resort communities this trend. If so, the les racked by senseless riots and citizens though late may not have been Miller \
big; help to 1h food bud. Trim to 3" to 4" lengths
who cannot venture from their homes learned in vain. Kt and all four Itcnu ate so and stuff with crunchy peanut Mr and Mre' Hiwael. P. Cook

versatile as wen as very nu. butter .rid diuiirlilrre. Lynn arid, Jane L I ,,
tt1U,_ Tske.. Advantage of of Sidney, Ohio& were" curate of ,
J Proposed Wild Rivers Project Hers are a few quick. tricks) Sweet Corn Mr and. Mm" O. W Brown l

I with peanut. butler and you Take. advantage of gnl<1n but Wfilnenday.
will probably think of other nv_t corn while It Is plentiful MI.* Sylvia "Norton" was
Could Bring Millions To Suwannee I qukk. Turks MHh Th. eating couldn't be bet Monday. dinner guest of Mr
Peanut "tlU.r and Mr.. W II Tiiwfc-U and
1. Spread crUp crackers' ter.When JaoksonvlUe.MtaxM .
It that residents and in the early you buy corn from the family of
seems property the new national river
with fnut butter Tup with tore, be sure. M has been kepi| ,. +rtfll' John returned
owners along the Suwannee River may of the The daily out- tnanhmalloxv .
stages program. cnwcn. Brawn cold Natural .u.... In the to Ht John Junior Colleuethis
have been overly hasty and misguidedin lay per trip for this number of Individ' lightly under broil. and dot corn will start turning to .. week Hhe will be living In

their opposition to inclusion of tie: uaU would be almost $4.000.000. resulting WRh red Jelly.S. I term very '!):)f11 the <-:jrnI the new" dorm there.
famed river in the Government's proposed In a total revenue of around Amixm peanut butler with I Ka too warm eaya h
"Wild Rivers" program. Oppo- $20,000,000 per five-day. stay in the I on homrmdlah melba total to and tast hal. Spread bruf onomUU with the Florlibi Ag I vile spent last week withSXETYAMDCOKVtXlDICt
sition expressed by this well-organized park. I II

group I at meetings held in the Suwannee "If. _in_ the fifth year of development, ,
Valley last week may have knocked one-half n. of tile- Interested tourist

the Suwannee out of the program, stream visiting' Florida Wall attracted

to the lose of the people of the nation. to the river area the total revenues .'

as well as the Immediate area Involved. generated by such visits would he 4s I .
Dr. Carter Osterbind of the Univer- $90,102.740," according to the Oster '. ''vARE

sity of Florida's Bureau of Economic: bind report.At m MISSiIfC THE a
and Business Research! in a study touristsvisiting
pr** nt. the millions
just released declares that preservation Florida derive little if anyenjoymt"nt
of the natural areas along' the their .ut1QlGACawm. ) ,
from the Suwannee-
river would. ., in no way, detract from fleeting' .
knowledge of It being a .
only _
'the economic activities which currently __ .-. J
bridge or two l -
glimpse as they cross
exist and the would
park program .rw
have the beneficial effect of bringing on .one of our Federal highways Any- ,. _w,,.. y J..:''' -.
down I
boat trip
one who has taken a
additional income to the I
area. excit-- ;
the Suwannee knows what an
In addition to employment provided 1 1i ing and rewarding experience this can wall-to-wall

i in the area by the proposed $6.796,000 b*-and it is one that the average Enjoy
capital and development outlays in Florida tourist never knows exUU. 1

the flrt year of the project economic In their overly hasty opposition !
this winter
benefits would also accrue as a result residents along the Suwanne may b*! Summer

of spending by visitors who would be overlooking a golden opportunity for
attracted to the proponed "Suwannee
that would create another
National River.** development great national park attracting thousands Are yotl stag paying blTb In person?Carryfng How] ( wonderful In winter-floor*, wall, corners! that arc u'arml

The study indicates that more than the around Hunting through a housu and I a furnace fired
of visitors annually to area. too much cash You can have them with a wll-lniilt
250.000 persons would be attracted to -IIO of rnfcceflanoous receipts for tho ono with clean-burninj{ Standard I Heating(

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KEYSTONE Meets Old Friend, \ Accident Near At Melrose High 'And PTA Will Program Ends NEWS NOTESBy warmth of Florida was most TAP

Astronaut ConradChief Lake welcome after such a. cool ma
GenevaA Sponsor Fish FryThe At LibraryThe Helen Egan
Melrose High School has a 'dry: summer In the northeast;
new :principal. HU name is O. .:IMMUNITY CIlfRCII
Officer EStiubb colMsion
HIGHLIGHTS Petty Clyde two-car on mbined Keystone chUdrens' summer
1resldnt of Bolt: Road 100. near, the town of' W. Parsons. PTA and' Loosters Club will leading program ended TUesday AAKPEighteen,\.T1\'ITIF.H The .committee mil
received hisbachelor's board of the
Mr. Parsons
Lake near Keystone and' son Lake Geneva !sent two persons I Ito apansor: & fish fry Saturday; Auff..! 24. when participants AARP Chapter Commumu
By Emily Thomas of Mr lI.Ioll'ls of that location. Bra dfold. Hospital Sunday degree from Slippery ; starting at 5:30": ", p. m. In the ; In the program. were members met In the Community Churchwomen met 4n the edu
Rock CoHe '3, SlipperyRwk catlonal building at 9:30 ,
: :
I was on: hand on the plcku;? Injured In the accident were' city park. with proceeds of the .served cookies and Kool-Ald at Church educational build
P.i and hU masU-m. d<- Monday. The budget,
41 Phones aircraft currlei to street an old; Miss ,Marilyn Bridges of Keystone -' dinner being divided:: between the Library. In keeping with tag last Thursday for an informal Mrs. as present.d
\ 'acquatntince.,astronaut Char- and Darlane Riggins 7, greo fiom Penn. State. the groups for Uis comingyear's : the slogan "A Suimnjr to: social hour precedeby by Frank llgenfinance .
473-lfif.fi; chairman .
Day Nite 173-13S9 Mr. Parsons the last five meeting Sdiscuss was Weep.ted
from "
: les Conrad. as he slighted of Jacksonville. project. Treasure. wtilcJi followed a a
...-... -- year taught socal studies and for tht as read and will be presented .
the helicopter which' brought: The accident occureji as Tickets are being soL:!. on an pirate theme. a. treasure chest the program at the
KEYSTONE SCHOOL NEWSA schools. following the earning him and Gordon Cooper to the Miss coached in the athletic/ program coming season. A workshop general meetingon
I Bridges was driving northon adult or child basis and'! parents complete with pirate flag sand Sept. 13 at 7:30:
I Palatka. Junior High p.m Thu
number of new face* are of his B A. degree and taking carrier. ;the highway about 10:42: a. at are requsted to donate and driftwood formed the cen- meeting was 'held Wednesdayto is of
being seen around the Keystone jx.st- raduate studies at the Stubbs was greeted' by Con- m. and wait unable to !stop1 in 440 students are enrolled for food or assist with serving for ter piece on the refreshmenttable. outline a general schedule due a to postponement the 6th coming cne seek"

School which openod its University of Florida. Abo; a rad with whom he had served' time to avoid colliding with a this school year at Melrose. the affair All volunteers are of programs for the fall sea bor Day. on La.

1965-63 session on MondaY. newcomer is guidance counselor .ten years ago on carrier. Lake car which pulled onto the There are some 1* Negro, asked to call Richard Lovorn Those receiving the highest son. ., Mrs. Walter Grolick .
students at Melrose enrolledin older PI'O'tII.dent
Many of them are newi members Mrs Helen Ramos whoae Champlain whrn Conrid:! was highway' in her path fromRutledee's 'at his home or office (McKay score In. the 4th to 8th grade Of interest t persons announced the following

of the student \body at bachelor's and, master's degrees a Navy Jet pilot. Pleasantries' Store. The!! driverof the primary and secondary Real Estate I.I or William E. group 'are Terri! Henderson 890 is the passage of the Older changes in officers: 3fr :S'c,/.

the school. which has an unofficial from the University of were exchanged! by the two the other automobile. Mrs grades. Baker. points; and William Dey, 740 Americans Act of wakh: flen tie Stltchberry is let vice

enrollment of 421.I Omaha Nebr. Mrs. :Helen men who rpconizedi::, each Qlenda Johnson Pierce of The. Melrose' faculty is com These groups form the primary points. Highest score in the I Il George Smathers ia the ch ape iir- !dent as Mr. and :Mrs.' Clwrie pre

equaling the aU-time high. Wildt. secretary to the prlnci other immediately, before Jacksonville, was charged by plete.VVVVVVVVVVYVIVVVVvvv'y support.. for the nonacademic l hat to 4th grade group' were clal senate committee < Wallenius baa resigned; Mr*
There ale 67 registered in the pal. is Ktarttnx her second Conrad was whisked off to sick! State Trooper" E. L. J:>ne.'I' who work done at the won by Brenda Shaughnessy. man of the Committee. on Ag Harry Mickle chairman ill

Wgh school. 122 I in the Junior vear In the position. end 1 Is :a bay for the start of his! medical !- Investigated the accident.> In pthool and provide much of 730 points; and Teresa Baker ing. Much of the legislation social secur 0- Circle 4 ,In place of :Airs I

high grades and 232 in theelementary !iraduntn of Success Buslne&sCollcKe debriefing following the the Pierce car, wer! !' also Suzanne the equipment needed on \the 625 points.' the new and hospital medicare bill ,wa W. Kingsbury, who is now
section. Denver. Colo record-breaking space flight. and Theresa Riggins. MELROSE playground and; In the classrooms. Arount: 50 children participated -I Ity written after conference and! employed daytimes; Mrs I

A newcomer. Insofar as posl- Head coach and athletic director Miss Bridges was treated:!: for In the program. participation. by AARP Director :Miller' : Wrlnk'e. chairman it

:'tlon is concerned is pilncipal'Joseph Leslie If hod. n. n graduate ginla O. Jordan will teach facial lacerations and. brolICs.! By Joyce Rowe William Fitch. I the evening c'rcle: of Rebecruwtth "
B. Bemon. List years of Florence State Teach and released" and the child remained Special MeetingsAt I Mrs. Helen! Warren co--
All Interested
chemistry biology and general ( persons
Phone 47.1-5(102:;
:Assistant principal who brings ,-r's College. Alubima. has science for her third year in the hospital for Smith and family came over invited to the next chapter chairman. Plans for various
17 years of expeiienco In edu- taught for six years and I Is I at Keystone further observation of her in AAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAA&&AAAOeorge I Faith ChurchFaith from Live Oak to spend the meeting on Sept. 9 at 12:30.: projects in the next (our

:'cattonal fields to Keystone. A ; 'ently working toward his juries. weekend here... Another diunh- a covered dish luncheon in the month were discussed with
Also' starting his year
>graduate of Anderson College master's! degree at the Univer- I : RIppey is home from I Presbyterian Church ter, Mrs. Dell Murray of Jacksonville educational building of this tentative date* which will t be
In the local school teachlni will hold five of
'!tre took post-graduate work atF6U ', the ho pltal. however he.Is days spec1.'l1Inspirational announced later. The Bazaar
sity' of Florida. In addition toI1ls ) Is' now hereA tth her Community Church. Norwnembers
and received hb master's f social studies is retired Navy Tenn. still in serious condition.! I meetings starting Mrs. J. N. Sund.
chairman t
coachln duties he will who mother for a few days! and please provide your OWl.
'degree' in education from Stet- teach eighth trade American man James A. from Lake I'I Librarian and rormer Keystone Mi.is Nancy Vermeulen of Sept. 12 through 16. they are expecting Mr. and table service and make reservations land urgea all circle iremb'n,

,:eon University. He is quite en- history and ninth grade came and to Keystone holds BAE and M. School teacher U Mta' Jacksonville visited her uncle Dr. John B. Cunningham of Mrs. Evans to stop by on Wednesday with :Mrs. KtheJ Wey to start making things 'or the
''thuslastlc the advantages Weir a Emma Kate Mansfield. who and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cascade: Pretbytfiian' Church various booth.FKKSONAIS.
about aunt
m their honey man 473-4213: : Mrs. Cnmill'
Ed degrees from the University has been with the local school last week. Va. will be the rpeaker Mare:
offered by the Keystone Klrtley. who doubles as sev- moon. Mrs Evans Is' the Stewart. 473-4170; or Mrs. W. :
of Florida. Girls' physical
''School in comparison! with Pl1th- lghth grade science education ; driver since 1951. and previously Mr and Mrs. Gr..nt Roth- details next week. Rememberthe :*ughter of :Mrs. Muri-ay MI'II. I A. Schlebe. 473-4770.) Mrs. Louis Kyle ha i
teafher and
schools from similar locations teacher. leceived hk B. S. degree education instructor Li Mrs.,I served for 23 years In the hammer and Mr. and Mrs. .tfatts and plan on attending Smith says she has weathered |j I Word has Just been reielv-: check-up at the Mediivii Center
The ,
will be
public most
and has taken an active part ; from Western Kentucky Georgia school) system during Virfe'le Rowe and son Danny, two grandchildren's weldinasj I 1 ed of the illness and accident last week and her doctoris
: In the physical improvement Hat" College. Bowling Oren, : Millie Ja WUkes Southern a graduata I I which time she was Dean of spent Sunday at the beach welcome. and two hospitalizatIons with j I Buffered 'by our chapter memI pleased with her Improve

of the school and it.&. campus Ky Also a graduate of Western of Georgia College. Wom"n at Jordin Hlzh Schoolin near St. Augustine.Mr The church Is' located on in the last four months oiHJ I her, Mrs. Marguerite Greenan. ment. The Kyles are looking
With six teaching experience -
during the summer months. Kentucky State Is Ml-< In years County. three Columbus She holds an AB and Mrs. J. J. Boyle returned Highway SI t between Keystone feels none the worse for wear I 11 who was visiting In Rochford forward to a visit' from thntr

I> Other members of the faculty Alleen Baker. new Instructor of them at Clay the Keystone degree from W' Jeyan College last week rom a weekin 'I Heights and Melrase. ?h! was' In Jacksonville, ) last ]j Ill She suffered a fractured son-in-law and daughter *nt

and staff, several of them hi the commercial departmentof in Macon. and a MA degree Jacksonville where they at- Friday night for the M.irray- i arm and has other com their four children from Cal
school is Mrs. Norma B, Val- .
V newcomers. Include Hubert D. the school. Keystones new I Id'ejull' foreign Hroruaae instructor from Emory University, At- tcmlixi the /60th wedding anniversary .vv..vy.vy.vvvyvv1INDIAN Evurw: nuptials and would like' !I| plications and is now in Room fornia.

; White, newly appointed assistant music teacher. Mrs. Owen who hold Rank II lanta. of !Mrs Boyle's broth. I it If any of you who> take tn- :336. Swedish-American Hospl -
: principal and jr hIghS Hernandez, received/ her BME Master's Decree from Ohio Custodian of the Keystone er-in-law and sister, Mr. and BEACHLake Tlmrs-Unlon' and still! have, tal. Rorkford. III. rTREJC U. S. CXJVER.VMENT:> !::
math teacher who comes to degree from FSU, ant I has State; Heluhts School Is Cyrllle J. !Mrs A. M. Scretber. Guests the Saturday. August 21' edi Mrs. Ruth Olh.son Is visiting BOOK ON Hh-ARIN"! AIDS
: Keystone from St. I University i' Vachon. from 29 of 'the Boyles last: week Included relatives In St. Paul. Minn((
Port Joe. taught in Micon and Brunswick. school I I' retired years tlon would save her" th> wed- "Hearing Loss Hope Thru
Elementary personnel ( Fe) |
I Mrs Cecilia LdZesut of and Is home ,
S having had seven years teaching Qa., and Pensacola. experience as machine operator ln include Mrs. Susie Oornf). Research
: experience in Florida Mrs. Relto Walker will start a 16-year veteran leather with an':? shop planner at the Jacksonville Hoyles' nieces and Mrs.three William of Mrs. I !Mrs. Jack F. Mlllrr. Sr. We hurt another "young coming week.Syracusans. Writ or Call
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. now living InKe1ltone
her third year as hO'me' economics the local school who teaches I folks" \weckTid:: at our house
Imtocrger and Mrs. John Matts GainesvilleHearing
Portsmouth N. It Cafeteria kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWell. enjoye; 'me Nsw
KEYSTONEDriveIn tparhl'1''havln receivedher first, gride amt holdsi a MAE of Chicago and! Mrs. Glen this' ;p-irt: on 1"" A V. Youm-, York State
MS degree from th_- Unlr decree from the, University< of manager in her firth year of ferslew of Crystal River. I hid better try my blood. hi* slrler." Miss Mellida I that were apples brought potatoes bah; Aid Co.
: Theatre veisltv; of Alabama. Hteh( : Florida! Second! grade teacher lunchroom duties the last bet not to ta'te too much Urn Ian. and their frl n'l. MM .
: ) p _
1 Mr. and Vtfr' Ho yard :Mirrl |I to them ''by the Charles Par.j .. 42G N. Main G-' Ul*
three as' 'cr. is' Mrs\
School English' teacher Mrs Is \ who mina and this week. Ya' know Mildred Bi-amlet, all .1'.1'j
: I\fu. Florence IlAtrli I and family recently spenta apace of 1'11.1-' j deos on- their return from I z-)
Fri., Sat., Sun. Claire M. Lutz. a ra1uite o) has' been at Keystone for seven -I, Juanlte aiLsson.h recentlycompleted week nt Lake Kisulmmee why? I got my tongue! measured lahassee) came" hAck to visit u* dee\, on their retarn fran

ScPt.3V4V5 Troy State College Alabamahas I years. Is a. member of Phi a workshop course Mr. and Mrs. J. 8 LaCoitte last werk for having such We enjoyed! tnklriT them a'l' ta I
been with the Kcystoni! Kappa Phi Honor Society anlrecpvlcd in cafeteria management: ,! held left Melrose" lent week rind A. ''ong roljmn'' Orren Cove Sprtrifs and Or- 'I

school one year Teaching Jun- : her BAE at.)' the Unlverlty In Palatka for: two week, this moved" to Keystone Heights Starting off with family do- ;, ante'' Park; on their first crabbing '
I ELViS L, :ar hh'h English is of the "iimm-r Her"! jiAtints$ : ale '
one of Flrrltli. One of the expedition!
tlnss:! W) r'-ccnt'y went out to1'e
Mliui; Hum lAildwin. .
t ,MtrAl1lPax1s nnw 1acheii Mrs\ S lun 11'" two new third i-ridc t-achcn Mrs.Yeako D.wthy H.nck. Mirtln Mrs. Bertha Mrs ter of Mr. and Mrs. dutign-I,. (>' be: lull jl laic! Home of I.l Mr. and Mr. Art Whee'eiwere COINSBUY

Iambic! of MrinphK who Ls' a Mrs.! NCTtm Sw-iilley. has Baldwin! left litat weekend forDrtAmf Ronnie unt Jeanne Andiews I! looking ill. "AI"-. o-l
GiRL NAP -.radiate; of Memphis State tnuxht: in Clay CVxmty' .for .2Svears Jones.' Mrs Florenre Forth ,
and Mrs toellla H1ck *tr.t'-me'> < 'will :attend and eons They live on JIUih- I everyecir eb.t f1'--d! w.'t'eI.' .
t University With a B.s! from having rom" to Keystone Y. Stetson University way' 100 side of Brooklyn La.ke.We ,, I was up to their pl Ie! en Mm
.RmlHlMt ..RWUMSOM Vw METWCar* FSU and M\ Fd tiom/ the Unl- from C'mrU' F Dennett'fhool :MORE: C'AMITS: llOI'MI day .
enjoyed coo'c-out They ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ford! Hf'ntleyhave a with I I wrm thrill ta be"
vejslty of FlouU.i' Mrs Vlrm '- In Oi en Cove Spilri'n: Bupplrnicntlnrr, our I Ji,.t! returned" from their vacation the adults. rf the, group while looking for Art'e tlninhter Mr SELL

HId recelvd! her A TJ dPSircnt ::: week's article on area college in North Carolina. They the children:: '1J'nt soin" wonderful and Mrs. Marvin Zsupel and

Steltm UnivrrMty! The students! we have" IcamM:t of I ere nocompamail. by Miss Hazel hours swimming, fl.thlr -' family of Urbana Im.a. I1\\ or

I rather tlilr' eradc Inilrurtoris 18 others from our community Rohernon ;j trod:! hort-ebark tiding! We, Art end George's e"kou't'lon'' ,. TRADE

.I Waterfront property Mrs Kay W Fertile newly who leave for their respective :i Lt. Col. end Mm. R R. Rim- enjoyed! the conv-iivy" of Ern- they should have b-en pu'.Iln,

married thH summer! and! schools' with St Johns River ,, mona and family spent a week" Pat and Geneva Tanner o' ZIIlour'ippraisal Service"
h-nvlnH gradiinlM from thi Junior College again leading In Winston Salem. N. C. where Ht.irkc.; Ray and JuunltaMann fContinued on next Page J For Your)

BELLAIR POINTOn University of Flirldi In 19114( I in the number of those attending '[ they visited 1 relatives.' and children! of KstoiTs '. Old Coin*-...FKKE. OF CIIAUCK( .:!
Fourth grade teacher Is Mrs from here. Mr. and Mrs, R F. Blmmonn Hclghtt aol of course '
Lake Geneva Bonnie. O. Jones< with a BAF College bus driver Robot! are In Connecticut vlait- Je nne, Ronnie, Zichery MURRHEEInsurance

from the> University; of FlorWi. I Jricksorr' Jr. U' entering his i I lInK Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams Jimmy and Barry And'l'ww. Agency Bring Your Coins To

and eleven years teaching 1"I -- last trimester at Bt .
Beautiful t Johns former residents ol Mrs. H. T. Smith .,iyi yes "a 4
,Heady{ for occupancy) I pj-rlence at Keystone school I havijiR mile: the president's!! I MelroHe.Mr !. she Ivis ha.i. company: mint General InsuranceFIRF '

Two fifth grade teachers"' are. list for scholastic achievement' and Mrs. Howard Morns ,I'omlm and iom ilrn' He. RELOTES DRUGS
Brick I'referrtMl H'ilion: \li's. Ann Krau* ..1.nt Mrs hist trimeaUr He received u ', and family visited! !Mr dauirhun. Mrs Tf1!' e Che- I -. r.\ U'.tl.TY :M\.

Priced From Agnes C. Strong Mrs Kraus holarshlp( from' ) the college"!! Morris aunt Mbit Sara pom- hire /on larry and Mrs Techla KINK ,*tT1t>-BOM>H Keystone. heights

has been" with the loral" m-hool' covering his expenses for a roy, In Inland Grove lint week. 1 McOrtff nave gone to tlie I Keystone Heights. 73TR" C

Homes $15,71111' to $2J: IlO for three years, having! credn'l trimester and plain! to stud We are always happy to Cheshire home: hi Prrnvann: ;:
I sLed from N Y Stat either engineerln; : or law HeIn welcome newcomers to Mel" Beach. Mrs MrO'Hf.! win I-

for I ity at riattbuiKh. Mrs i a graduate of Keystone rose. Moving In ,this week are on vacation came to the lake!
Open liii..icelion Sun. Midi. ,
Stronr who ho'd-s a. BA degree" Hlzti[ Srhoo) ant the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chamblre inl then went on hom with.

Sept. 5.fj--.ro'; 1 to 7 I'.M.: from HniK", College! Weston" \ Mal and Mrs. Robert Jackson and six children, John, Carol hi"T sister At thy were" Irai, KEYSTONE'HEWHTSMEROSE[

MA.SS. an M Ed. from : Glenda. Ditvid. Jack. anel l Mtl- !nil, Mr and Mrs. Haydon P
CIIAKLKS F. YAIJENILJSBuilder .; Teaoher'B" College at Boston Wilson Tyre son of Mr\ and vln. !Mrs. Clmmblea la the I II
will start her third year" of Mrs. Roy Tyre Is a I 1985! graduate 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs I,
of "Fine Homes( BUSINESS
teaching of Grant Rothhummtr .
Sixth' grade instructor KeyMoneIltph.. and ant sister" DIRECTORY
Keystone MeteM: Phone 17:1.11: 192 Is lluheit<< Oliphant. Jr a plan" to take the terminal 'of Glynn Rottihammcr and WANTEDTO

graduate of Carson-N'ewman course In electronic equipment, Mrs. Joyce Rowe. BUY

College. in JeffersonvllloMI.D Also enrolled In the el-rtronle Mrs.. Nell Roundtreo spent APPLIANCES
.. course for his' second year Is lat week! in Deals, visiting her AUTO HEPAIK; .MTHSERY'

Eric Rrdfoarn son of Mr and eistar. Mra Mc<1a Kllklnnon. I Saw Timber "

BeST BUYS B.Y C & C MOTORS INC. I Mrs Huntley drcarn. !Sr.' l..warlIokJf'n celebrated his. \ T V Service CenterJ. Goetzman Bros. O.C.Carncs Nursery
who "nth
was a 1061: wartuite of bIrthday" with a family

KIts Miss CaroM! Wolfe. whowas birthday ,party Hitunkiy. and R. TllirN. Garage lllw:r JDO Florahome :ItMlrcti
singled Mr. and Mrs. ': r..prlf'tnr.A 8K of SUrke
>K.WHini. SSL YOU 'WV'WXY1J' out at her (radui Kujene Sapp .
I Orf TO 114 UM.O THJ T CAM:fcUCKUHCNKW FHOM. t.wau.soq, su i tIon last spring from Keystone spent last week at Ormond PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY -. MotoroU -- Phllco REPAIR: WORK Hurtle!')' Stock Thou. .-
Roa -hMrs.. .
High as the only student I < aUss anti Scrvlc* o n C&C, Motors In the Dock Tl..on and MOTOR( BODY -
school's history who iltugh.\ 8f'"..... nit11 PAINTING Tree to choose from Nice
at.Supmarkc$ -.rM ( %I hud attended the full l 12 years tees visited her sinter, MrsA : MUira PORTABLE'KLniNaAlso Rbarfe Trees' Evergreensits .

: without being! absent" a, single M. Howell in" Mlrnnopy one TV R\l>|0 !STEREo' Ijtwn : Landscape PUft. All ft
Mowen ,
clny. enters st John this fall day taut week' Tho TUon's TIMLOG Inc. fll.AR TV -OntboanlMalar container plant any
-z ek(! to study! business' course She had as company last werk Work : time. Camcni A l....

was a number of !the BetaClub Mlwi Son.ln. Parks of Jackonvllli. CimrantMxiTV Rentals Hwy 21 Keystone H.lghtJto Let u> do your )*niePWfI'b.
In ,hlllh arhnol. a member '< who was a gue.tt of 5 Mi. So. Starke on 301 Key.lono Heights, 1 7 1-4(131TltAILKIt Next Drive-in Theatre CA4-AfJ&5 ighta' u4

of t the girta'! bnflketbAll Carolyn's.MUs Phone 961.0211 Thom 123-hat .
tram Connie King has re- : S1't'psNOW ( ,; Nitp Sun. "! l. STATE
member of the cheerleading Contact I I.. II. Outlaw 47 -3n3 -
-- squad for three Yt'IU'W.Senior (Continued on noxt "'aC-1) ,

homecoming attendantand I I RKNTINK; : \UTO
a member of the annual A'Ct.M.4: BEACH
WHEELER'S TO eon rr.
I taff She is the
d.niRhUv of
WE MAY NOT BE BANKERSBUT Mr and Mrs William Wolfe. The Money l flsrollnl i Appliance Store HENDERSON'SService t341.oo t>

Miss Phyllis' At tns i, another\ Real 21 Between Mclrooa and GOOD TERMSS.E.McKay
I 1985 KItS! YouVrite" Center
graduate has entered Kyston* On
SI Jrthm! also taltlrvg the Standard Oil Products Realtor

bushier Course A member of Is Always Lake Santa Fe ROtE "'PR\"o' : : KETSTONB: HEICHTSPtMO
the RbLV hutketball team. I Johnson Oiitbraint
: We Can Btiudfiit Council F1IA and animal Safe and To Adults Over 40 Sale* A Service t7S-441.

Show You How To Save Money t !of stuff Mr she M the daughter -! Available'Carry'. For the prapl; Uv t wants ,I Fishing FAfUf.-a--Tran.roe. Tackle. Ituetiisg KKHTAKRANTSBeidler's;
ami; Mr* GeorgeM.uwa. I I -V.--
sonething a Little ,
bit better. II"'t1EL Ollr KER08ENV:
intr' !,ertion Holiday
Ifwy T1-1OO
A newrwi-yciir< : student at St. .lIflSt: 73-2..I IC Keystone MttcMa 473-49O7 I

Johns' Is Mlia, Harriet Harper, the kind of money you can't Restaurant

ON THE SPOT BANK daughter of Mr and Mrs. Cecil lose . Keep your cash Male, yet always 1. OFFICE SUPPLIES:; MKAtrTY: SHOP! "".. rood Morferateiy Prl_J
FINANCING I 1(. Harper Taking art and OPEN 1 DATS WKFKt-T
___,..'wr--, ,,,....... _, V __ an available in a rherklne account
-- -- science<< t'OlIro.cat the lichool hn tta__ t.aaehi. -
her.. lay' bills by check for
convenience *
she plitvs to obtain a degree PRINTING$ SUPERIORBUTEE Ate eart-It..... r......
safety and prestige: too!
In, elementary education. She ncrn: :
SHOP 1 Block North of Rod Uc*>tKJBTSTO.VB
C & C MOTORS from Bradford IttehSrhooJ OFFSET TIm FKIENDLT: SHOPs !
in 1904.! wnerd she was !: HEIGIn'SUSEO

V AUTO SUPER MARKET hew! nun tare!te. and played KEYSTONE STATE BANK <> from > TUI S ) CARS
flute and piccolo In the brt 4. V Bradford County HI* Da a Weak

I c clo-vie at Melroae. Keystone Height Fb. TelegraphStarke
il.It. 100 W0 omvuurr wiONI George Alien. son of Mrs. .your- t'l'iendlr Rank In Your Friendly Dot SUUrWberry. Owner and 3-T Shop
HMOMIt, H* AIMSVUI.MA ten* Clemens. U* 196S Kits McMtctHMt Operator
Community: Ph. 96K3101 nil, s.q Trade
473-434 37altS graduate who" | U starting' Wa Shop ft' >on.. 473-4S90
KM a ml. So.U>
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slty this weekend. They we Lanes. All persons from Keystone will meet with local mothersat I Y.F.The p E. A. Lamm. organist r Ouckner of Jacksonville: wUl Insnn Jr. and Joe Hldgon are I l TIIM Ctflt'tT corirr: nfTtin

!CEYSTONE Lorraine Dey. Robert Red-I' Interested hi bowling are 7:30: p. m. Tuesday Sept. 7. i'' ofnclal board meeting Masses: Sundiy B a, m, teach first. and second. grades participating on the football (' RIHH OP "rii'.ON.n"Ji'tIEICL I'd.. {*mitr 'n-

learn and Tom Oarctnar. Miss Invited to attend.HOSPITAL In the Community Church educational of the MelroNe Methodist\ Tuesday. 7:4Va: m iConfefl.ilona Tom Rivers Jr. of Green Cove team at Orange Park High rosa HHAi>rom, torirnIM :
De,.. who is In her second year I AUXILIARYThe building. Plans for Church was held Tuesday at immediately prior to I SprlnKS will teach, third and School thta! year B4S.. CHt"' fKRT': (-._ 5.5 IS-

HILITEStFrom of study In library science Auxiliary of Clay Memorial Olrl Scout activities this fall 8 p.m. In the educational build .-? 1. fourth grade.. Karl Hoffman ,1 RECIPE FOR THE WEEK: Bthol Roll Williams

and a member* of Gamma Phi Hospital ts in its fourth I will be made and, all mothers ing. Novena wvt: BiMiedlctlon of CialneMVillo. principal' willtea..h [ William Tell Coffeecake14 .. Plalnlirr.vn. I I .

Beta social sorority at the year of saving cancelled.! ol girls from 4th grade age Monday. 7:30: p m the fifth and' sixth" grad I cup butter or margarine; 3-4 .laev.t.r. WIIII"m.

[ Proceeding Page college. An honor graduate of stamps of all denominations. 'I up are urged to attend. es. Mrs. Zelmtt Johns la the cup sugar: one egg, one teaspoon ?..f.n4'nt. ..
_InIerdcmonInaIIoneICommunity cafeteria cook. Sevunth and I vanilla; one one-half OHItKH A .11 MOTlm OP
Keystone High School she Is 'I Donations of these stamps are "" '1'
tftman year at St. Johns the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I. turned over by the group In INDIAN BEACH Church Dr eighth graders will atendOrartK cups sifted all-purposa flour. IN THH. NAMY.uP': I THE 8TATBT"DP :
rolled In a fleneralf arts and A. C. Holt, mister; Mm Park High School. 2 teaspoons baking powder; : KtXIRIDA TO:
Joseph Dey.Pdfearn.. return for money which purchases LKVmr.. WIIHiiinn. who... r..l- "
ence course. He was a Decree Canova. organist Clyde Curler and Mr. Thelmu 1.2 teaspoon nutmeg; 1-4 teaspoon (lnr IN nnknnwn "
son of Mr. and equipment and other MerosetFrom ; Carter bus iirivers.I'EIMtN.tI.M salt; 2.3 milk I You '. notified: Tt"mitt -
tee-year letterman In foot- SuiKiay\ School. 9:30: ( a. m are our cup ; one nr hereby that
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn Sr. Is needs for the hospital. Last (From preceding: page) for rtlvnrT, anil elmstndith. If"'
11 In high school before Morning Womlilp 1 It a. cup finely chopped pared tar!
an four pieces of equipmentwere nINuraerr > rhllrtrrn .of thn Curtis. h""*'*'
bury placed him on the slde- in Ills junior year of college year in by five or sit: o'clock.Vt'll.. ( open both hours! Mrs Ruth Pints anti daughter apples; 1-3 cup sugar<< one hen brought. ...I"t you 1'1'\-'\
es last year. majoring social! science. His purchased in addition to Preceding Page the Zauiicl family finallymode of California spent Tuesday teaspoon cinnamon.Stir rth.l Rrll William.. In tIO'....*.
scholarships for the ahey. tyld' f'ourt anti .Ull.
merbert Nelson Jr.. son of first year of undergraduatework I candystripers. I It In by midnight and -Fpl eo"al with Mr. aunt Mrs. Louie butter to soften; auld l .ml you' *r. hereby .umnioorrt ...'

II.. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson was taken at St. Johns I| turned rrom a trip to Jacksonville | they plan to stay ..o.t look St. Anne' Rev W W I Carter and Nancy. I sugar cream till fluffy; add i .rrt and.required. .to rue. J'o"-....

I entering his second year at River Junior College followinghis Mrs. David Nehon has requested -I where aha visited FlorkWi. over until Saturday Worstall. vicar: B. CI. Copeland >> Leon Carter of (Oivlnesvill egg and vanilla; bent well. written. (ntnplMlnt answer In"ui Ald' clifnii 1 .'.UH.. I.tIn. ....

Johns taking graduation from OordonM111ta.ry I. that all persons who friends and rehatlvea. I organist wpent the weekend with his Sift together dry tiuredlentn; th. offlr* of thunil.rtan. *....
4. toe are milling to contribute 1\.11"11.\ Auttle Hoi book of Plant ""I..rk. of Mill 1 .Oourl ..I I H<..r College in Barneaville, Mrs. Earnest BarUE't I returns -. StIltUnA'l'Ju"I1I1I.: Morning parents Mr. anti Mrs. L ndd to creamed mixture: alternately _
an eventual degree in before H.plwmh*
her Joey on or
City and grandson\
Oa. stamps< please cut or tear them this week from a trip Prayer' and Sermon. 2nd and Carter. with milk; boating. 7, 1..5. snIt to Nerve a ropyIhnrnof -
A 1964.Bt.e
A sophomore at FSU la off with about one inch margin to Syracuse N. Y. where she Brock. of Tampa came up end 4th Bund ..v& 9:30: a. m t nursery Mr an.tIra.: Eugene: Eunice : smooth after each addition. upon Until V Knight, I
of Bradford High. hem with Roy and "III'nll"lI..n..... whonii. 4- j
.. a letterman In basketball. Oardnar. who is taking pre- on as many sides .. possible has been vwUlng; her mother. pent open)1. Holy Eucharist of HlKhlaiMl/ spent last Pour Into greased 0x9x3 .ire,. I I.. l'. ti. Urnwnr K. Htrki k\\
engineering courses. He was, a \ and tfepoeit) them in the Clyde Roth ammt'r spent l a Betty Griffin and family and _'lDl>I1. lilt and 3rd Sun- week In Daytona Beach and In Inch pan.Combine. Klorldit, on or b.foro. wnld. dateioth ,
I Also reported to be atteni- box situated the desk at .' They came to get Jocysyounger ..rwl I...* d.cru.ii. pni iionfo
on few day in Gainesville visiting tlnmcMvUlo with Mrs. Eunice's: remaining Ingredients -
member of the freshman track dwya 9'30: () a. m [niinreryopenl. < will h* *nlri ,..Iniit. :you. 't
$r St. Johns are Ricky I team last year .and was alour"t'ar the Keystone Postoftice for : his grandparents Mr. and brother. Eddy an.1 :. I. Ifoly EAtchArst 8 m.each al-ttcr. Mrs. Marie Cuiuurt sprinkle. over batter Thl notlcn nhll t>" publlfthAdw.kly .
ixxneytiam. son of Mr. and that purpose. If the donor to Mrs. Clyde Wesley and his take him home. He had been a. and family. links In moderate. oven .I3T.1 for r..uul, on>...fiillv.
letterman at Brad- Sunday .
wenk, In Hrmllonl. "''' ''1T..I. **
r$. M. E. Mooneyham' ,. David unable staying with his aunt and I. degrees. ) for 2.\ to 3D '
ford High prior\ to his I,nner. son of Mr. and Mr*. location please call Mrs. Nel- son. family foi visitations and consultants I attended funeral services of or till done. Cool 13: minutes; viper' publlnhvd. In sail. f'ounlyWltniiM ..
In where he belonged Faith
1964. Presbyterian
I E.: Bonner and MISS Mar- to the Beta Club. eon at 4734119. and arrange Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilkinsonare with his area doctor. -Rev. J R Neale Jr Church. minister Mr. Carter's ,cousin Kurt: Hll- cut In squares aunt serve I.if? nilld foiirl. flu? m Imnd, Ht..*rk nd". Ih Klorld* (Ml*

erlta Float and Bucky ments will be made for pickup guests of Mrs. Nell Round- Our nt'llIhbor.Irs.\ JoStrandbeig cox. In \Ihx.tor's Inlet tautTiiomlay. warm.MTATW. thli Sib tie. v of Aiiaunt.. l 19(111 i
Attending Car o.nNe1Jl'manCOU : : Mrs Carl Hwtnher. summer -
ince. both of Melrose" trea Mrs. Our deepest synipnthy /
e In Tennessee Is Harold my orsTuiUt.: lUdrnrd SchneberRer. A.. I'Urk "of iiI. "'"1011'''
Beginning her fourth year Snellen o4 :MEN'S PRAYER GROUP Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brun- Ruby Dyal! of Oalnt'lt\111.... Jackand violinist goes to tho family. o'tRCt-lT I1MMIT MKAIIt 1<: .>
Mr. Mrs.
I:the study of Christian Edu- Thomas, son CrutchfleM.and Miss L The Keystone Men's Group on and chlktren Rlrky and the children end I went Sunday> tk.ht"I 9:45: am 'Mrs. LuclllA< IIKIMRTMKNT. ..iI.isl.Tii. : ,: tt 93

tlon at Bob Jones College In I a non-sectarian OC1l'.1 nlza Uon. Karen of Sun rter., S. C. spent 'to Daytona and Oitnond spent Sunday! with her daughter .'.V.ft. '"'::111'1.1'1"1\1"\
Ireenvtlle. 8. C.. Is Mills Roea Stenna Vogeion plans to enroll met last Thursday: ArthurA. last week wnh Mr. and Mrs.I Beaches Tuesday'.' We went Morning W< wlilp. U a. m Mrs. Nadine. Sweat who NllTll-H! IM. IIKKKIIV: : .111%'UN:
at Daytona Junior College. SllI .!"Y. I Nursery open both Thai! lh. Slit.. Ilimit llo,.rrt .t l lM
Mae DocM. nIMbLer of Bralnerd's home for prayer Eugene Sapp and family. irt wn to get our three children's hours I IM a halIbut in Clay :l.tetnoriiilIhtapital. "' ...I1".r Aiiaum 17. Kilt

Cr. and Mr. Fred Dodd. She and discussion. Next meeting Beginning( ) the 4th of Sep. eyes! checked by our suit' ,',uiu.iuiereS",Ion to. th* ri'* I .-. ,
HERE 'N THERE White Ireno returned 'IIUKKIII' rolntlna Hi m.>r -lnl. irnf.
| a member of Parker of the will be held temtor. the ElephantThrift good friend Dr Warner \Me- Mrs. INxlKott .
Society. Miss Anna MrCullouffhVeturned group on "v'vvvvvvvv.. ri< 'i'tuuiaI.iitiiiM I iiml I ,in i>.rh >..t.
ter-eociety: Honor group' September 18. at 7:30: p. m. at shop will be open Saturdays IntOl.h. "Aunt Jo" rode down home last )Friday. after several. niitilia. r.I..w l -f .Slits 'lr...rrii. in
Sunday from a visit from 9 a.m. until :3 I weeks vlMlt with Wcatborry. vviaitaatlitn r<*'pnrt. ai"na| with I
pt: vice president" of Mission the home of Mr. J. H. Mc- with and visited her daugh
with her niece Mrs. C. E. \is < I he recast' ,...nial. ."". "t I Ih. *nalnr
It has been cloning at I IrlfHK III In Orange Park.
rayer Bank Group at the colic !- Eachenv Meeting!; are set for p.m. ter. Mrs. Sam Duller and children CLAY HILL at S th. lnrMtinn I ur lutes I
Potherglll. of Piney Point noon during the month ofAugunt M font Paitgett. of Jacksonville llona ilitMrrllinil tirlowlim
Is a graduate ofadford the third Thursday of each in Ormond Beach. "Aunt
near St. Georges Island. Md. Th I. row weeks I' on Soturduys. npvmlinif a :
High School. month. and any gentleman in Jo called this afternon to see t..iomlnn I Httrtliin. S i,Ii.,, I In HiHrk.m ;
Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Ellis and hours will be the AILIne for the By Mra. Howard' PadgItPh.n. with his grandfather. Herb"l.tl'actgeU. ni lows Krtnii III." M II' rim.
I Threw students will! be leav- .I 1110I\I Van. spent last weekendin the community ts invited to rent of the wk.ltupU..t. if anyone else" hid been as In- while his mother Is In HI.'.1' Ml' 7'.H, ,ItM'"..... 0 *47Ml
g for Florida State Unlvvr' purticlpute. rented! with tlNtkC'll.1 she Is ZSD-4113 .lice, Mini., .iilshl til MI-H .'..., I
Largo with her brother. llrlUgo lit Maine.
visiting relallvea' Ill Ml-ll tniihi. unit. ...It...
John C. Hall and his 1I'Ue. LIONS ROAR Winners lal week at I theM being. She was checking: << a &tool Mr. and Mra. Mlah: Carterof ......'" $' 1.1' M 1 I' I 001: |,i "'.11
I ISEM'IC Charles McOlave wife. wheiji and foiuitt a .....................
Prior to the visit: to Largo the and> lron. Dupltoata Drhlge Club on Sunday Doctor's Inlet visited Mr. I. III I illKlanre' Oil nil III M a'

EnIStook a trip to Key Kitty, have been on the moveI were. 101..... Q. M. Allen! Jr. very large coral _ake. Since W >rk on the new church Carter's pnrrnLs. Mr. and Mr. 141..1|< |motion XOIIHin iluly,, m",il.. anil, ...It'l $1 Per Day

TANK AND Wewt. stopping at places of In- I I lately with the onnet of Ms and Mrs. Ray Starnea, bt I then on her way Into her r buililmg la progrmutlnM) : and Robert. Carter last. Wodnvs-. onilml' ', the ikltnv. .Imfrii ... AI.!. JVEW\ PORTABLKII
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DRAIN FIEI.DINSTALLATION duties as District governor. I Mrs. R. P. Ooodloe back door she killed what she th, wtirkcra .. the MI |: HiilMonN. : wnrii I.
place: .
terest throughout their trip. I |1'1 "y. Ill I,i.ii I to .It* rca, ,is ht. ami nut I
I BOWLINO SEWS I I Last Wednesday night' he and and Mrs. R. B. Dona 2nd place; thought to be a ground rattlerIt I floor !lant week.Altendiuic Mr. and Mr. Barney" Connell -...ry ilium the hM.iii. nf tha .n i

Back Hoe Work The bowling' league is in the I tb from the Keystone Lions Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. C. turned "out to be a "spreadIng & was 9* last. Sunday and Mr. antI' Mra. Chsralive a-tn.itlloiic. ..rlna1 anti.n
Pump Oat i process" of organizing this Club attended the first full Max lion. 3rd place; and Mrs. adder. but let this serve I with the primary class CNmnell anti -hlhlren of lli...rforfi liven fur Ih. ..thtlvhittfnl I

Service I week. with a planning meeting cabinet meeting .held at the Mary Cook and Mrs. Val' Given cc a warning that nig'a are ;! winning the banner. Carl Norman Jackaonvlll visited Mr. and or ..,.... Hnil, th. nla

Fill Dirt and Top Soil I having been held Monday i I i Rlbault Club in Jacksonville *, 4th place.FrSIle4iSodey. looking for dry land in all this nnd Sharon Molvy of Mia. Ilowanl* Pudur and son .1.11 In* of 55 thu inilii'i|iritpir*lil. 'itirkln*l 1st.. 'r.m anti th. I

BRADFORD SEPTIC night' for the ladle and Tuesday I where 191 members of the << "Marriage I high aterbut then who Is- HlKhlund IlHptlnt. Church and last ttoturdity. afternmin.' They ""ml".lnn, of .......11.Iti ..iiS ruiwits. l* '

TANK COMPANY ; night for the men. Tonightat I I various! clubs in the district. Miss Elsla Jane Franca. nOt? David\ WlllUntnon. of UreenC also visited tho Hardy 1'aii- ..*. IhU I I. InillrNl'ilruivn' .it IIIIWPINI'llAIIIM.VN I 112 K.: Call I'h.9fiI771!

Phone 969-2311 '7::30 p. m. the mixed" cou were in attendance. daughter of Mr. and 101... In talking with the Dick .ove. Sprlnnn Were vlaltnra. gett family. II ./* .

plea group will meet at Starker I Last Monday he traveled to Frank Franc. and Oeorg Milliard I Inquired; why they i ididn't Our pastor and wife attend- Mattie (.)Lrt>'lor of Jm'kmmvlll ., -

Jasper with two from the local Worly son of Mr. and )Ira. have lunch fixed for M the onllimtlon Humkiy, f.Irrmxm vlnlted Everett. Manning -

I club for an official governors George R. WoJey were wilted company on 'Tueaxhiy\ II\ lit I IllgliUnd HuptlittChurrh. ant Alice Moaley over the AMBULANCE SERVICE

r That' Our Business visit 1IIlth the J.'per Lions. In marriage Thursday August thought they were camping on I, Albert Norman amiKiitla w..k..n l.Bobby

GLASS Sunday he and Mrs. McGlaveatten .. Mth at 4.00: p.m. In the :Mel-I Flagler Bt-ach so we tookej: for | : AiMlin were rdnlnd Mlcha l IH ho"", with PIIONK: 9fi .1-2600

:>' d a cabinet meeting as "MM Methodist Churoii. Rv. them all the way down to Duvtoruu na deacons. his iHirvnta. Mr. anti Mrs. Jill-

t'.i IOU It's Glass We Have If a guest of District Governorof Robert Carr of Madison performed < It seems they left here I I.\/t-iirMiiuv:: linn I'!Jilin. afler twin gin Braall. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

the Golden >the ainglc! ring c...r.-, Mr. and Mr. Jamea Carter .
CALL WRITE VISIFFOR 35-0. hekA at and went to Vero Beach. In. |
Club mony. Jr. of lay 11111 annimnv. the R..v. (Omni Johnson. Ollla Funeral Director)
Hills and (
Turf >> !
Country I sead. Frances stayed and i DeWIlt e? Jones KenNtered
ANY CLASS; NEKD; : Miss Janfc-s. WOde,. aUter tnurilag of their niece, Paula Harris. anti Itlclianl. Carter' ofMlddlobiirg
"raraa.. Monday night visitor]
her aUter while Dick
I of the groom siervail! the bride I Itemliry. to Tommy LAng 1 mm / vtnllnd. \Kverrlt Stark, Kla.HKNTAI. .
We I) Fronts
MIIt'Ioonn Store !! t they went to the YXilee Club went on to Ocheechobee to I
.. brklwimald. Pnsi-h l Carr j I of nnd Illrhiml ,
Mr Mr. Lang Manning& recentlyMrs.
north of Jacksonville accompanied visit. his. brother Lester lie : HKKVICK.SlM4 : ,
I. Just Mall ir Ist Pattern "For and''
served as beat man. of Cluy Hill. Tm frremonywaa Joyra Oirnlngham '
by Mr, and Mrs. I returned with Dick and Francis Wheel Chalri.: Crutches'
Only Immedtats members of perfurmml Aug :31 In I chlWIren of Jiu'kminvlll, vlnllml |( | ltjil. lte N.

.In. Thoma* Bryant for the the fmratly were Invited to .. to recuperate from a recent KlngHbtnd. Itn. After. Ii wedding her parents. Mr anti Mr., Jul-
'I SHEA'S'bGLAss official District Governor'smeeting bout In the honpltaJ.Mr .
tand.Following. .t'j laitt )
trip| to the southern purl lien tJIxon 1 MuroUy
CO. wltti' that group. Tin dnenacher h.. .
the wedding
IJ (NOT INC.:' ) I Glltl. SCOTT ;MKETINOMr : : mony. a rweption WM hold at Just given me 1 the< news th.it iiiak their home In the a I 1. I.
Morrlai/n of Jack
lucy her -
the home of Mr. and Mrs. son. Ill Puce has token a < t'I \iMiriT: dinner Hurwlny, for KarlwyAuntln

L 1313 N.W..uh PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FK2..333: : :: nonvllle.\ preMiVnt' of the Frank Franc. Mrs. laarhaj I trip up Into CanortM nit felt It I \\Mr and Mrs. Yuga.it Pad- Evelyn!: MiMlmy IhtrrelllPndgett
Girt &,out<< Council .
Qatewiy Carr served. getting too wet her at home,, Melt ..' Clay Hill MIWUIIIIU'. Linda and DannyMimlty

I .' After honeymoon In South so before<< lie ha* to return to' the imirrhig of their ulaugh'' anti Farley. Jr. who ,

Florida the couple' will reside. college. he deckled fin this trip. (ter. nc_ Ix-e, to Ln>u (HlffU. |/ hail birthdays In Aiigimt. All ON CALL24HOURS

at lk Oeneva. IWrth the Dill plans to attend school In son of Mr and Mr-.. Arnold. enjoyed the occasion and ,later I

brtda and gmnm arc recent WanHlnrton.. D C Oilftla of Stark. The ter1nuny I In the aftertHHin Mr. and A DAY

gnwlimtas of Uain .vUI. High I Our nlcn (friend and neighbor was ,porformad AUK : Mr.. Mdward M<>aly cam" by

'- .' --- ] Brtmut.Hoy Mm Tom Not-won ha*/ In Krn *laiut. Cla. The newlywixl :10// Alan enjoying th. dinner were, DAY-CAM, 1-5291' !

BETTER r-- NemtlaMtlnMM' taken a position with Purchgotl'a ..* lire limiting their h..", Carol Aftberry. and Dennis and

LIGHTHOMEWORK Boy hi-ou Troop In Jacksonville She Is In Bturke. where Hut grucwn Dnna of Jarki.. >nvllltvCharllt NITK:-CAU, !WI-"53I

log attended Court ai Honor working at the More locate 'In .rmploymlMt \' .I Motley Jr und sonami .

lightens / at Kirby Smith Hchmtl In the
!! Jun..vtlle ThurxtnyHothhammer. I I enlly .uxo-lln. the weHcdaynwith C'lny?/ Hill! Hthixil. i'I..ivihed I withapprnxliiHttxIy '.y tit J",..k..invlll., vlslte

. :, 4 ".dehe Lloyd another of our lake A.t: ..tiul. ..nt. at | Mr. anti Mr.. Henry MiwlyHunday T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
Itaklwln. Kk-hard Itmrd. Woodrow .
nedrhtiora. Mrs ArldY Mr. mllng with I 17 now atudnnta I IFor afternoonWilbur

;/ # Bryan KinVly UamH". Non eJOd .a IU xinw tvimo on the first iniwle Mrs. Sarah I Padgett. John' Wllk-
Paul Morria\ Chuck Ormaby weekends \

.,. Brent Yarbnmugh Baklwln\ received ami awardsfVoirf Clifford, '. Well sctiool, h, no* in full I, .- --:-- .::1 .:;;zr_ f.- :/' 1. '::1 ,, -:.-, : :t' ''_ ,.

4 'I swing fee" our children\ out ,
attandlng the Unlvvmity -

aa. ,.h.bull... r.'M game.v..I and their l serving(MUTh I i: her Melnwe opened and their Keyntone.Heights doors AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I I II

.... i I Motsy W* can anf hy the !

..'. -..ww'.j *">y 11 w.r. .....companleeJby ..IOWUof Ux immlyr of children _. __. .

:T- ......tant McoiMmaaltrOlynn riding\ the rira.'fore1 --:= : :,-_-: :' -.i__ j js" I'. jJT! 1" _.: a"
Rothhammer. Mr aol County bus to Melrnne.. JlluhHrhool
Mea. Hrard. Mr, and Mra that 1IIe must, have a AUTO() SAI.KS&HKUVICK: .: IIAIN: SAWS I Motorfyclen-Heootern\ ",
AUTO SAI.KS: A SKUVICKBarkley : (: :
and Mr. Y.tt" onrl number of i
Bryan, Mr ruiigh : new reMdmt
I & J. Saw Bicycle Shop
fr M and Mr Ifatldwln. i out here The children' tell) nwtltrre A. Streit't

i Junior. Unman'. dub I i air* between 2) and 3&1II'ho Motor, Inc. Replicars, Inc. & Mower Co. HONDA.. &..fCYt'OItCTCI.IIRi :

\ 1 The 101.1....... Junior Woman's will rid.. and this Is .,. 'r- I, i Cohman A. Ta>p a HcMtOT'*
I Club will hold. Its regular talnly a far cry from the niea.grr TIUIIMr.1 Imported' Cur Specialist| Jn* Arvi"r..n. Mgr.llowelH flasaiiR4AZundaP5Mozrcycl. ::

monthly meting Thur.'y.pt..m".r IT who took advanta: of r rIt FIAT S MP.KI'SW$ nv.sI.P'Itfru Chain $"w.HAl. : .*- .I4aIH! H rvto,ei

a. Mh at A (OO In the last year Everyfw I I..* e!Cpr<"- IIII.I.MAN ..a NtlNIIKAtlOI.XJ ': .\ .!':" A nritvicwItrpnlra : / i lid IWIIIN flVCYCI.fliLswksmlth

_%, \ 101.1.,. Woman's Cliibhou tally gui l to welcome the thr tRobotrm \ ft" Parts All Make it tUfe Work

( Th will include avtt W "Kpertelta' InHAM .. Her_ Oritvvljr. Trartnr Mal.a
program boys .bOtud..1c1 ai. Hales Part .II W. I'...9.rrflv "...
I from on. of th* brautyrunuKant old friend aol school<< chum' A nratvicK I.0 H K.: Hoc'oivl Nt. (lalncavlll .A "M' rvlr. .. (laI'ws.Ilie ...,1.714.

I from the Merle i Jerry Minlc. who..* returnedto factory Trained MHII."..** ::111:1:1: : NI\: Hlvd tIsin..viIhe
Norman Studto In (Omnmvlll. T". ill-11.I l'h"n. :.173-.inia: '
I ,I >> thl area and 'Hvea with hi IM CLEAN UNfittill : CAR Jimt.. Off Waldo Rood I (I'AINT: A (1.ASSLidcIelI
who will glv a dern"MtraUon vrarxlpirent Mr and ?Mr l N. MAIN -

: on ""' ''*.up. I nil: *, on the Revel, aid* fit Indian flalsMNi1U 11I-4J7I C'U'liC'I't'ft: : l'IIOIJlJL'TH) Paint &
't Th Junior Woman' Club HcachKeystone I \irroHAi.VAfJKPaul's ; : ,
dIo. t is trying to ronUut the wrwnn i
S JEEI'r..izIy : Glass Co.
I... In MHriM. who might beintareet.d I THAT ALL TOUR
of 4 WhM l Dri KTANIZK rAINT
In relMng Anyone C'tlNC'HKTR: rK()l)rCT:
,I, KA.MIII.KM: : Auto Salvage nUw .VI Irrvre, Blldtn, hoses
who ls Inter* >! I 1tt UivMd tostt.1n4 THE: nnrr nu<.ai
I Area ARC: ..h....
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*- pea rwia Cal e* troov LAM.*. the meeting and l America "noooc rsiotiotny' O Building
ao alnd. All 01..1''. Church rlcMotor. W Bur WreHied. Cat. Al Edwards ltaM* Wln_. Awning,
It iman tlMl it cnmplM with the | Services ..... sad K> .
............. of the RMUV Light B.ti.r ."'t BUIMUaad ..I.> urged to attend .1'.1' rol'I l'JCICE14 Supply, Inc. ('.'....1 W.U..r. .. ",-.
lOuntiMtjac En.Srxwt Mrhool J't' _. Rid way Co. frost C.n.sItatInn.
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BixtMnttl. M.
Thla waa the big wwk atMelrea. Ill NW
-Rapll.lrtrvt 411 Make. A Md.U. l..drart. f4
V High. Arhoot opened,I Baptist Rev J 0 1111 f. Main ( aAiP4P4VthJX: 373.lll

Jond homa study lighting prevents .yetniin and fatigue, aid* concent/ Monday Auc 3O at S 20 Bow en. |wtrr. Ralph. 04"- :' (Misieefl. ITI-I41I I f.'AKDKN; ) : HDI'I'MKH: I'LATI.NO

tinn. B.Xt During;
a piwMont surprise
Electricity is cheep about. Iwo hriurs of 2nO-wstt ucbtutg tx only the a 4Jnm.r U)* n.. been laid (< IId..St'I4'1 WOI'I"ttl I H<"-rvlor, I I Jam ummrrCKuiriay 'tA".UAC-cU.IJ...WOIIII.4k .. 1n4 Anf rrt. ree 1'... Johnson & Paris, Inc. Ocala Chrome

a P-nny. In fact its now cheaper' than ever. Today, the average priroSid throughout the _hoeII. It e."e' '7-36 I p m I lnur rr,. ov 'nWedneMlay. \ sIra CTEnVICBU (jaJ. .....IU. 1K-4SII Plating, Inc. _

P"I' li10watt hour for Sunii, ""*... electnotr in Ih. home U link* Mr*. 7'30 mBurwUf .. .a..e..m td Used Care Cr.cnpl.w LJn ofrYZCTlI.Sliit Ntckel. Chr mlnniCmrtmliun.
actually 31% cheaper' than I Mr.*. JOAM .h& been hired to''; p Takm On Ca Just 10 yn ago.Start I ( Hrhoril 9 41 a m |\ M"'.*l FlnUhlnfl
teach tn the *l..n.ntary clamrm. *- SMI N. W. llta. ... tilriiovr : "
ynur daM "Back to School-) with a new, mnbrn .tuj, limp .. Mr. T...UMkr, who was I nursery. open I Traknln Un- .n.c'.S'O'-. "....... Custom BuffingANTIUrr

Iiuictonsfly d-CDI'd' I for seeing without glue or atram. IN rd, to -( i "ti.vr.K. BRASH
tary clam.-a will trmrtt math tutomalk Tr.n..mllonCity .
Wlllum PrKrlly. ThomM rmr. DARTPoolcGable 224 rfW Sib Ave hard ChromeUK -
In t.ta. high m-ttaul* clam
Churrk :>' _. prbMt\ an ".ra.. Mr (10.1: Tat-ca" rllU\I1:'\ : 17I-47 NT. Sod Ar.. Kala.
fIa"Paee\ f)UI -Uil.
Methodist Automatic I (batn.iIta P's
A. ol u.
part pepeisdaM. I..... --.
Youth rMowW$ >lp Week. program "T
Motors I.AIIES) : WKAK: ,: : .
Misuse Peggy, T_na.L4n Transmission Inc.
; I Hancock J
I da PrW-. and Crhll. Rothhammr
J71-UU Repair. hAll r...ha.( c. ; Cherry' *
II. >. attend cii.rrh ..rn_ itriP.MRNT:< 1
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the Crk-Oamp-
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;:if .!; ;. vtll" Methodist Church as KH A CARS address For L dU* .;
:'-1-- .. ."SiJcfT I gu at. of UM yvng pwfrf FREEINSI'ECT1Ot Inc. Dreosneter Pr-T.*t4 flary" -Victor-TaUHa .

thr F'jllowtag arvc-a there. lilt M: t K.H: -*Wt*-.CO A TWEAB Adding UachtnM. Calculator
& I _'In. vf UM young J'W1JIIe of TRUCK owe CJ"ll'n I WORK OI''I&Tr.r.I HAIJH ..8Er&V1C1RJfl'AUI: :! l

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tn* Orange -r..St.JaDJpeus. I ,
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of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson sonville Thursday night. Pima. Ariz.. who are visiting On their trip they vUited. Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. James Norman, standard mirrophona acueaaorltm.Suld cab I.. and ali t bid.( .accept or reject an)or all Merrill By Edward Merrill Ed..rd.City Clerk. I j,

of Jacksonville. spent last Sunday aternoon visitors of here and. Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Elmer Crew end and Mr. and Mrs. Levy Nor- I City reserve the | City Of Btark, florldrt 8/1. I U/9 ''t

/week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grifns AnderS and son children in Hahlra Ga.

!iMAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson.Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jef- Mr. and Mrs Tom Whaleyand Mrs. George C. Hiarman of man.The young people of Hell-

Margaret Wind and | fers and children of Doctors children of Jacksonville Sheffield\ Ala and Atlantic, Baptist Church were-ln I "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN!"

: By Mr A. C. 81ad 'eons of Jacksonville visited Inlet and Mrs. Ellis Guldens were Thursday overnight Beach who is
Mra. D. F. Griffen and child- and daughter of Jacksonville.Mr. guests of Mrs. Nellie Wllkln- of the late Capt.. T. J. Bur-
? service last Sunday after
Phone 289-4491 ten 'Thursday. and Mrs. Ben Higgin- eon, Mrs. Daisy Born and rlnone| of Lawtey's first settler which the Lord's Supper was Afternoon and Evening Offerings

I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley botham and daughters left Lynn. (Mr. and Mrs. MalnesGrifns *; and her conalns T. J.

; AAAAAAAAAAAA4..A"S'hool and children: were In Tampa last Thursday for several days and family of Palatka Burrin and Miss Esther Bur- observed. Please indicate your course choice by listing in order of 1-for your first

Open,," Srpt. 1 and St. Petersburg Wednes- tn St. Petersburg visiting relatives. pent Sunday with the family.Mr. rin of IndUnapolis,, Ir;!. called Miss Pat Cowart resumed selection, 2-for your second selection, et cetera, in the blanks on the left of

School classes began here day on a combined business and Mrs. Robert Mitchellof on !Suits Knza Blanchard last her studies Wednesday at the listing1.

Wednesday with both the elementary -, and pleasure trip. Floyd Kllgore. son of Mr. Newport. B. I. and)! Mr. and memberod aa Miss Daisy Reed. Jacksonville Beauty School course

and high school taking Truby Slade home on sev-I and Mrs. Raymond Kilgore, Mrs. Hubert Honaker of Hon- She and her mother! resided after a few days .vacation, at (NO CHARGE)

: In at the same time as last eral days leave from the Vet- spent Friday to Monday on aker Va. spent. several days with the Burrlns for several home -Modern Mathematics for Parents

lerm. Hospital in Lake City 'vacation with Rev. and Mrs. Milo services Literacy (Basic) Education
erans visiting Mr. and Mrs. years. The niece and nephew Sunday are as follows Mathematics

Several new teachers have visited Sunday morning with. R. T. Williams end family Smith Mr. and Mrs. Willie Burrlns for several years. The : Sunday: School, 10 a. m.: Elementary Education -er

been added
both schools family. church services Sunday at Austin end their respective captain. Training union 7 p. m.; Engliah for te Br.Ple.. Solid or Analytical Geometry

The Mamie Agnes Jones Elementary Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Williams the Church of God in Baldwin families. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Evening: Worship 8 p. m.; CitLzenHhlp for Frg Foreign BrTriget

school still has the and family vacationedIn I and spent the remainder ot Dobbs and Mrs. Austin are Mr. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN Wednesday night prayer servIce -, Developmental Reading te -Busl_ Mathemtl

same principal as last term Georgia. last week. Rev. the day with Mrs. Annie Jones. Mitchell's sisters. 7:30: p. m. open at

D. Z. Young and school sec Clarence Knight conducted' Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Htggln- Mrs. Troy Bennett and all services.-Rev.N1r A. C. Todd. -acuu N

retary, Mrs. Mary Lee Ryan. services at Maxville Baptist botham and sons ''moved backto grandson, Roger spent one, pastor. (' .O Registration Foe} Science ,

Tearhers are: first grade, Mrs. Church while the pastor was' their home here over the' day with her daughter. Mrs. American Literature -ene

Gloria Whittey and Mrs. Beula away. weekend after living the past I' Glenn Williamson, and family: TTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTMr oriK onTO I English Literature -Biology -
Fouraker second grade. Mrs. Mrs. Tuders and In Milliard. I "I'W\.ro'
; Sylvia year at Macclenny. and Mrs. David Moyeraand llr::11.:1: K Modern Literature -Pc Sec
Edith Young wife of the children of Charleston S. C. Mrs.. Lyle Schmell and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Mooreof !: -Physics

principal and Mrs. Alka K. visited Wednesday with Mr. daughter of Jacksonville and Leesburg are spending the I sons of New Jersey spent Notlrn I la hereby given I that -World Literature .Chemistry
week with her mother, fhl und..lln.I. under the (all levels)
Jones; third grades, Mrs. Ver- and Mrs. Randolph Crosby Mrs. Buford Hlgglnbotham week with Mr. and Mm. W. F. lasi vacl"n. ehIpl.r 2/DG3. L.ew.pro Engliah Physiology

na Hunt and Mrs. Emma Tan- and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Car and grandchildren, Patty. David Moore. Chuck Moore is at Mrs. Annie Kelly. 0 ('iorle., API* I 194.I will Business English (GramarAnatoya)
ner; fourth grades Mrs. Ma ter. Mrs. Tudtsrs and children and Wayne English all enjoyed home from his Bummer in j Mrs. J. M. Cutcllffe and son r'lri-ult r.alo'.(' wlh,. In the and .for ,Jlrinlforil f the- Speech (DictonVObularyCertlo)

nile Jo )Douglas and Mrs. Annie left Thursday to return to. a picnic Wednesday at North Carolina. of Annlstoii: me visiting herparents County. ('lo'ld., Upon r Library Sp

Lamond; fifth grades Ed- their home in South Caroline Kingsley Beach. Mr. and. /Mrs. M. L. Turner Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .this tlpt not uf ie proof, th.oft puliHc-ullon naliM of -Conversational Frn' *.

Nard Bishop and Mrs. Denise after spending
aixth Mrs. and Master David McCarthy. son which I HIII riiiruwd In bualni'BB '. -Classical Latin
Harrison; grades here visiting relatives. glnbotham grandchildren ner's brother H. O. Turner at 121 rl. Walnut Ht., Chorus -

Ruby Jones and Mrs. Sallie Leon Butler of Mlddleburg Patty Wayne and David English and family in Jasper.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mc- HfurkiKla.. Music Appreciation '

Meeks. The new cafeteria was Sunday dinner guest of attended a birthday par. and Mrs. Frank Wellsof Carthy U at home after an eye M. N. (Hud) Yaun Ilout Z. _Fllmel1) of Art
i Stiirke, sole
manager Is Mrs. Bernadette Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter. ty Saturday afternoon for an- Leesburg were visiting her I operation in Alachua. General Dated thin ownr 12th lay: nf Auirut. Typing (Beginning and AdvancedArt) Appreciation

Sternberg. Helpers are Mrs. Greg McClung celebratedhis other grandson Randy Hlgglnbotham mother Mrs. Kffla Miner Sat Hospital.Mr. A. I O. lU6r at tlark. Urail- Shorthand (Beginning and AdvancedOiI) and Water Colon Paintta -

Ruby Ingram Mr8.o thel fifth 'birthday Saturday. at I, son of Mr. and urday. and Mrs. Ray Patrick fi,.rcl County "' ,
Fouraker and Mrs. Jane Fra- the home of his parents, :Mr.: Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham of Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. and daughter of Jacksonville 8/1 4 -Blkkepin' -f.nera Shop (Woodworking etc.) .

ser. Maids are Artloe Brink- and Mrs. Bob McClung. Sevenof Lawtey on his fifth birthday. Wainwright during the week anl:'; Mrs. Pearhu Carson. VisIted ,il.-,\.I. K.f'" IIIIIMRttHl Business English I Mechanical Drafting *
ba hy
ley and Cora Lee Brown. W. his friends Joined In the Jackie Waters son of Rev. were a friend Mrs. Counte In the home of Mr. and (hit 1 I'lty.: (.,. w.1 of I r"'v.e. ..I -Buslne Mathematical
L. custorlan of both cake Waters of Baldwin HIMrke nt the city in -Note -High School Review (Including i
Suggs Is afternoon for birthday and Mrs. Jack Booth and four daughters of Mrs. Bill Green and daughter h.1 ting
the and the high and ice to Tuesday Stark. Plorldii, until : ( it'clrick how to Study; How Take Tents;
elementary cream. spent Saturday Gainesville on Friday.. Mr. this week. p. m. on Tu.)*iliiy, Hoptornl t
school. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- of this week with his Wainwright's sister, Mr.. Alice Art Green on of Mr. and l II, 1965. At which thus awl History (General) How to Take Notes; Red;

At the Baldwin Jr.-Sr. High haw and son attended a horse I grandmother Mrs. Dorothy Langford. her son and daugh- Mrs. Arthur OJ(..n. Is a patient 1..II'ly 1.lf..1 o.n..1,bid recelvtMl.1.1! r",iMl will,uloittl b*1''p -Civic*} Vocabulary Building; et L.World .

\ School Glenn Bated returns show Saturday and Sunday at Waters. ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Maurice In Jacksonville Naval Hospital Ih. firlhfvlnaT Itema: -. History and Geography '.

again this year as principal. Whi tehouse. Mrs. Dorothy Waters' Sun. Langford of Lake Butler !. t 1. :l radliiH I >r rffflver a molilln"'. .t, llun.runMiiiltti I American (U.S.) History Problems of American Democracy *.

Is Mrs. Sal- Patty Parrlsh daughter of day School Class of Maxville with thorn and 0.11.- Govt.
School secretary: spent Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Todd Mon, power rititiiiit I Ifi : Americanism vs. CulAmerica Constitution and
.ly Daniels and dean of girls Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Parrlsh Baptist church the Intermediate Monday afternoon Mr. and Aubrey morn, fully trunNlMtorlXfil pow- )
Political Science
plan to spend labor day in In volts l Ii. for History end Geography -
u put opratlon .orlc
Mrs. Grace Hall. Ira Adams, left last week to enter her I girls enjoyed u hamburgerfry Mrs. Edward Walnwright and In 1 tin. 0. M. Umini. .

Donald McLeod and Charles last term at Jacksonville Un- Friday night at the homeof two little daughters arrived Their Dothan Jim with und their wife parents.Susan "..m.I.le wllh I I iintennu. CLASSES WILL HE OFFERED: AT 3:30 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. and 7 to 9:30:
Mr. 'and Mrs. Oscar Harris.
Deem, social studies; Mrs. Ben- iversity.Mr. from Baumholder Germany

nle T. Fielding and Donald and Mrs. Ray Vellum Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Colemanand where he has been in the Insurance will meet them there from p.m.

Anderson English: Mrs. Sara ond children of Jacksonville daughter of Jacksonville 'business for about Birmingham Ala. WILLIAMSJEWELRY ( Pit-owe Pit)

Keller and Harold Aving, P. spent tho weekend with Mrs.F. silent the weekend with Mrs.F. five years. Mrs. Walnwrlght Is Glenn &i.pp. will attend r.

E.;. Hartford Boyd Tom Dan- B. Coleman and mm. B. Coleman and son. from Amsterdam, Holland. Massey BusIness College In NAME MisH __________,, __________ __________ Telephone ----- ----

iels and Cockney and Brown- their Jacksonville rather than Mrs. .
Audrey Mr. Mrs. Buddy They expect to make Diamond*

)science; Mol Hlnaon librarian; ing and. their nephew Glenn fTTTTTTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTLAWTEY home In the United l States. Glenn Norman us stated In Kwpttuke Mailing

Robert Jones agriculture; Taylor spent Sunday In Valdosta Miss Vera Crews oi Jacksonville last. week's paper., flu LOVA WATUIIKHSCHOOL. Address __ ______________________ ____________ City ______________

Stanley McNeil. math; Mrs. Ga. visiting relatives. and her mother, Mrs.C. Tho.e.attending the funeralin ..Jl'F.IJiYWATCH : (Rt., Box PO Box Street Number)

Maria Picallo. Spanish; Mrs. Harold Taylor stationed aboard R. Crews. visited Mrs. Bill OcitU: Sunday fOr Jimmy .
Ruth Slilpman, home ec. New a. U. S. Navy hip at Woodard and family in, Largo Rosier, tirairdson':! of Mr. and ClasHes are usually organized in September, February, and June of each year.

teachers are Mrs. Kathryn Mayport and Mrs. Taylor are By Enza B'-anchard and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews Mrs. J. M Rosier. were Jimmy tNGI.\: Nf Make your selections and mail thin sheet to:

French reading; Fred Geer spending this week with Mr. *AAAAAALAAAAAAAA t .m Clearwater Mrs. Woodard Lee Mra. J. M. Cutllffe Mrs. ClltltMS. F.TC.lIOTltU'H .

art; Ted Harrison. math, ; Mrs. and Mrs. Vince Taylor and and children, :Mrs. Crews and Bud honey, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Adult Education Program Director

Sybil Jones, English; Donorra family. Mrs. L. B. Yon den motherfor Norman Archie Car- ItlNtiS
Vera spent several days vacationing Mrs. Drawer 100. .. 'lorlda12091
,,Shoulders, bunlness education; Mrs. Ellis Glddens and the Cub Scouts announces in the Great Srnokle michael. Mrs. Mlrul Beech \ark

Marian Nichols. guidance, !daughters of Jacksonville and the first meeting of the Cubs

counselor; and Bill Joklla Mr. and Mrs. James Colemnn ,, for the season will be on

band and daughters visited ut Six Thiuisday Sept. 9, at 3 p.'m.
I As there den FROPOSKD!' CONSTITUTTONAt Th* legIslature may provide, without dv.lopme commissIon, o any f c) of any bd or _" 1 m Danla: 1 drawing th. pledged ravvnu* from
>. Cafeteria manager will be||I Gun Territory over the week Is only one AMENDMENTS TO BB VC/rk.L! !: > ON referendum thereon. for one (II) thereto .h.1 have .Pre .. Inl 34. In Dad 8 R. iM (Palmetto ., the operation of 'h.m.nt.I. .
Mrs Eunice Keen. Workers here Mrs. Yon would like to NOVEMBER!: a. IUHS additional judge In Lake county. the power Ut Issu bund certificate amendment alter deducting. there ...Cont.. from proposed, (I.> No oificr mpkye. of the
end.Mr. have another in NOTICE Or SPECIAL, ELECTION <4213) This amendment shaU be- *. Including refunding bonds from the costs of the board for the South Dad expressway to U.S. 17 slut* or any political subdivisionthereof '
., are Mattie Prlnglo Mrs. Inez I and )drs. \V. W. Clld- organised- ardor WHEREAS. Th. Leglnlulure( 01 com effecUv only upon It* approval or certificate. to fund or refund .issuance. ".ld.Uo and sal* ther add two <42)1 I.n.: shall bay any direct financial
Hicks, Mrs. Willow Mae Kast,1 Julia\ that Law ley might havea loan under the CunnUtullim of 18Hof by a majority of the lctor any: bonda or certificates theretofore of any premium accrued In 3A In county. proposed interest In any contract lat pur
dens. und granddaughter, full This den is th. Rtat of Florida did pass Join of the slat participating In the. Issued subject to approval of the terest t".o. and the deposit South lde Kiipressway: from U S scant to this amodmnt Howvr.Ihl .
Mrs. Marie Morgan and Mrs I ICnngeUcr., of Avon Park pack. now Rttsulutlon proposing amendment special" $ election held November a. board and Ih* bond review. boardan any or slaking fund p I nr. Caribbean. Boulevard to 8lt prohibition shall not apply I
'Baiah Andrews.Bus .visited with Mr. und\ woikjgpg with one |11S\ !!,..kP'r 'to th* Cunstltulliin' of the Slat* ci 6'W;; ..concurrent approval provided I Section 116 M Florida vided for the proceeding :Road 8M Palmetto Kxprvsswsy. near munleipal officer and arapUiy** .
Friday The must be clght'yeari ,lu .. II4 th.t wer acreed; t<, of ( M la* Mrtor ot LaSscouniy Statute*-- to* legal andr r*>** thortilng th* Issuance of acid Mlllr Reed (.s W. MthrStrati; Violation of this section shall bepwiishable
drive's' are Mrs. Louise. Mrs. D. B. Grifns. hoy 'by a vol of thro..fourth. vot of parUctpaUng" In the .am. aufflcleney. for the purpose of obtaining hall b transmitted to the department Such other primary: the a* presIded by law aa a
I Miller Guldens, old to join and .will be a Cub all the. mmbrs *lected to such lection. fund for use by the atate' 'o the purpose of construe : for which shall b* = ml.d..n.
and! Mrs. Kathleen L. M. :
Pad- Mr. and Mrs. through ten old. Thenhe nous.. Th. vole of sulfi Joint R..... B* II Further Resolved that threefotrthg road department I hereinafter ealled ting or reconstructing those portion the department to be as I' If) Upon v.rll ..rln".u. by
gett both making two tripe of Auburndale spent the weekend years lutlons wr entered upon, their r.. (a.) .of all member elected the d.p..rlm.nl to construct or ra of th* following roada which are notalready b t. Ustd.; provided h..r.. the bard .dnn..tr.! ". mth
'each "'to "fcnil/ from and Mrs. I D. B.Grifns. will become a Boy Scout. pectlv. j,,urnls. wllh the yea and to each house of the legIslature, doe e"rue' portion of the primary u (except for Item that such unlisted proJ.\ olc. of Secretary state
the Mr.
dally with :
Any mothers having of n.y. therviin., and they did determine delermln that an mrgncy requiring r.d eyetem of the state Into four 34 and portion of Item 13 wrier .b. undertaken until the departmentha that bond uuued
schools. Pickup for bus students sons and direct that the said Join an early decision by the. or more lane highways and for the two lanes will b added to existing under contract all segments of amendment have pr.u.n10
I Hollls Jeffers this age plnse contact Mrs Resolution, b* submitted" to the *lectors lector of the slat does .xls purchase of rlghta of way therefor four I.ncl.) "U. or more I.n the project herlnbov listed as t mendin.nt shall b* of fur.
.begin] at 7:80: a.m.instead I Mr. 'enl Mrs. L, II. Yon or Mrs. J. S. Eunice of the Slat of Florida ., sspecial with reference to thl amendment to provided that pro..d of the bunds highways pay fifty loot percent Item I through 33. nor shall such Iher effect and shall b n deleted
of 7 ajn.. us last term. and Shuren Grifns attendedthe vlucUon on November a suction 7 of Article V of the stat or .rUtc.I. h..undr of the :hr way cost thereof unDated project bo undertaken. until from futur eon-
Pamela muLches In JackLAWSON'S The Eunice phone Is 782-3-1(15.( : lullS; constltuUun. shall pay fifty : th* department has determined that Ututlun. "b.he
Wilkinson daughter wrestling I (SO-*) of the coats of the right of there will b sufficient. funds
Jr. NOW. THEREFORE.; L TOM NO. 1. B R as from Beac are or NO S
Lawtey High School ADAMS. Secretary of Slat of thr HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. way. for any such. road to Creetvlew. .: r W.lt for the completion of all the h.ledfroc" JOINT RESOLUTION NO.
opened Monday morning for Slut of Florida do hereby glvrnoUc (MM'" The average net Interest cost o I. U S. 131 from Panama City ) *. Th listing of said projects SEAT 151
that aaPECIAL A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan any Issue of such bond. or certifi through. CollondaUj and 35 shall not b* construed JOINT RESOLUTION
the 106 .1966 term with C.mpbUt proposing
an ELECTION amendment to section A of ArticleV ''e.l.shall not exceed four and ona to Alabama line; as a priority achedul but the orderIn .nA amendment to Section II of
: MARKET enrollment few low than In of the Slat. ConatltuUon to ''h.1 per centum t44s\ *> per annum which paid are to .b* con. Artlclo -
a will b* held in sch County: pro. 3. U.a. to .xte..1 East and ro.d IX 01 the 81...
lust term. Thonj two Florida on the first Tuwiday artet vide that In Palm Bvach county the bond or certificates .h.Um.u. West of ... : total of approximately .Irel shall the discretion to p.ld.h..' the C.Utulo
are new I the first Monday In Novernljcrwhich clerk of the circuit court shall also at such time or times as 9 A mllea. ; department. Where till. tony vehicleInclude
mobile home
: Cold Storage Grocery Store teachers this year. dotS I I. November 3. 1968. forth b* the clerk of the criminal courtof the board shall determine. nut. exceeding 4, U. S 90 from 331 to DeFunlak : right of way for said rosdn traIler _. house trailers..
In however.twenty V.s
1 of the record determining that an any .n\ I la acquired IS. 1_. "h.
rufloaUon or rejection ; Springs: a\.r type
('IIIIIU'1i scIlEutr.l.s: from ., I. IfNM Ap camper homes
aid Joint Resolutions" proposing. emergency *itlsls.D year 6. U. S Ml from U S. 131 to and such was purchased and mnt
Grace Methodist: Sunday I amendment to th. Constitution of It Unsolved by the Legislature The board shall have power to determlne -, West of Tallahasaee. C.pl.1Clr"I. wtut secondary gas tax body: of "x- wholly '
: School 0:45 11 the tI .t. 01 Florida, "1&1 of the Slat of Florida: all other d..I.I. of auch In Marianna. ._ .1..11 fund, fifty per cent (>r%| of the any type or _.::
: bonda ,
''t \ ; Worship am. NO I Thai the following amendment to or ".rlf".le. to ell ,tjulncy I; cost of said right of way shall .b* without
and 8 pm.; SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO -jetton B of Article V of the ststeconstitution. such bonds .. st public I U 5.: 55 from Street InTallahassee reimbursed from the proceed of by Independent or carried mov. power
., sale after public advertisementthereof. Mor dr.w a **if.
201 I. screed to; that three to approximatelyI the bond Issued hereundrr. Where up
'.. 8 p.m.; MYFv..lnesd.I1Y'1 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing fourth (Iii) of all mmbr elected l None o laid bonds or certificate S mile. E.t. any contrsct ha. been entered tfito P'U. vhiele. .1.. for and
\ 9 an .amendment Subjections (til' to the houa of r.pr..nl.U" and ahall sold st I.h.n fur April IS. 11. and secondarygas r.r a* a mun transporting
7 U 9. from Madison SR. .
BO to
the value parson or
par plu acerueff over
pjn.First funds ..
and (la' of Sactlon > of Article V 10 the senate dtermln that an tax b* used for the U
5 U S. from line to public' and
.. : Interval and said bonds or Ueorgla highway
of the Florida' Constitution rrIiUv.to mrgncy requiring an *arly:: dclslon 1. construction 0 any of said project. .....11
; Perry. U 17 A from Perry to _
: be awarded furnishing
School 10 I a.m.. Worghlp, It fl.. district courts of appeal. prescribing t>y tb* elector of the stat* bo .h.1 at pub. Williston. U. 17 from toMiami one hundred per cent t loo**> of such lu. o'o I..ccom.u. .
aale the bidder or both
to -
the numb of appellate .xlt and that said amendment .b* W"lt expenditure shall b. reimbursedfrom
m., and 8 p.m.. Training Union district within th. slate the numb submitted to the elector of Floridafor inC the lowest net Interest coat ; the proceeds of the bond Issued I. tax; declaring an
for Much bonds or certificate In themanner a US. 15 from Georgia line StPetersburg emergency.
7 p.m. Prayer meeting and r of judge to serve In *.ch distrlcl. <. ratification or rejection at aspecial 1 hereunder
election to be held on Navmbr ,, It be determined by the ; Th holder of She. bond WHEREAS the Legislature of th
and the oomposluon t>f the or certificate *
family night Wednesday eve board lu V S. 301 from Georgia Un. toD.d.
court: declaring an emergency under 1. HMo. and that publicationof issued hereunder shall not Slat of Florida baa determined
ning 7 p.m. Section 3 of Article XVII of the notice of lctlon .b* given; I The board with the consent of the City, have any responsibility whataoever that an emergency requiring .
II lt. 24 tram .
State Constitution, providing for a Section .. Criminal court of d"pr'm.nt.' shall have the power I a.ln.oUI toWaldo. 'for the application or use of any early: decision by the electors
Churcn of God: Sunday record for the) payment of theprincipal the proceeds derived from the ..o the slate doe exiat. and
pvclal I II U S I IT from F.a.
School 10 11 Legislature of til* I JlO I The clerk nf th. circuit,' court and interest o said bnd. Yule to of such b" or certificate, and WHERES .? amendment
l1.m., Worship a. Port from .
Hoadif. San Juan Avenueto
: or certificates .
d.r :
Slat of I,, ha* determined that In and for Palm Ueacll county vhl r..r. th* rlqala remedle of the holdr .h dealing. .
m. and 7:30: p.m.. YPK Wed- an emergency requiring an early .Iso be and serve. *. the clerk 01 Including refunding bonds or "r.Ule. Naval Air station add two I IIlanea. .. of such bond *r certificatesand subject matter of lasation
Plm headS ... all or any part of themoney from Naval Air Station 1 their' to S certain type of motor
7:30 doclalon by the lerUrs of the Slat the county Criminal right payment remsaid vehicle*
nemlny : p.m. to be S. H 3 South of .
placed In the staleroada
P..t. should b*
TIIKHP: :Fdlim.H court of pledged in mannerprovtdxl submitted to the vuteraof
due Rxlst. NOW. r..nu.
Highland. Baptist Church' : It Hsolvrd by the Legislature, record.NO 4coMMrrrFB bond funo. provided for In 13. !H. SO from ..". 1 herein' .h.1 not t'affected the Slat aS rionda at th* earn..
U H of
I South
this Tttuavtllei
amendment and
to enter 1010any
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and of the stat of Florida: or Impaired by 5.1 possible Mm, MOW THCHU.
School 0:43 siinsTmrrR ron
Sunday : ; Worship other eonvenant or agreements 11 S K 530 from Cocoa Beach approximately uo of such proceeds.Ihe ..ph..U.rolls;,
I II I A. m. end 7:30: p.m.; i'ray mndmnt That the of following SulwmlUons proposod ll> and HKNATE JOINT. Mil HtuSOLUTIONNO : with the holder of such bond or Its 7 mi.. Nuh.o. ; board shall uo the money In Bolt Resolved by the Legislature.
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We certificate concerning the I U S from I*
IT Meeting Wednesday 7:30: ) p. (II) of Section S of Article V of the A JOINT RKSOLU-riON proposing thereof and the right of .: : l I. S R I from .B..w.. tho state roads bond fund In each of the Slaw of rioridi
of Florid I 18 agreed : fiscal near only for the' foUtiwui 1 That the ,
Constitution n amendment lo Article IX of the ers thereof all of which Vera Iteach: ___
in., Choir Practice Saturday to and shall u* submitted to the' ConatltuUon of Florida by adding pr- la the following order _uo II IX of t
will Pick-up and Uutcher. There will be a and agreement shall constitute Ia 17 U 1 41 from T.mp t Naples: o AI
7 p.m. elea'ur.he Stut for approval a section to b* numbered by the ally binding and irrevocable K U S. 441 from plly. C.UI. and
Small Fee for I'Ick-up--Butchering cows $.1.00 per or rejection at a special" .11ed l secretary of slat' authorising the tract' with auch audI. Xoutn Bay to West I I I payment of the principal .hall be submitted 1 Ih* electors.
:Mrs.. hattie Uarley Miss of and '
election a* provided by Section 3 of issuance of bond not to exceed be fully .. hld..n holder V 441 from 8 R. ..I.B.a.. 1..1 on any 01 the stal* for or rejee.Uon .
Head and, Hide. HOR He per Ih.-Cleaned Weight. Hlnnah Prescott, und Mr. a.J1 1 Article XVII of the Jlorlda Constitution !$.1110.Ooo.ono. without' leglslstlv approval In any court.of competent Junediction. 1!. U S. I from II I* Junction .with. or fiscal.. .. *. maturing in .h at apecia!.P'.I. .** a*
with : I for the construction andreconatrucUon the proposed South Dade Eprwv I Irihe provided by Section 1 of ArtiCle
For Chill-cut and 5'/jC Mrs and children
wrapping paper. Hiram Bennett Iii
per deposit Into
Section S. District Courts at Appeal I of primary road. Into No such bonds or certificates ahall near Caribbean Buul"v..rdI' any reserve XVI of \ ""n Conatitutlon.
I have returned from a tripthrough 111 Appellate District. Th. Four or mora lane highways. and to .be laaued by they board having annual .' southeasterly to Mt Rod s-A fund provided ,, in theproceedings I'first flat*
We Sell Ileef and Pork for Home Free/era; : the mountain of .tat* shall b* divided Into four. It). pay fifty per cent of the right malunty requirement In an north of Mumta add two 111 of said bund ulhoruing Uauanc Tuesday after Ih f" I 55 U M.M.
: or mora appellate districts, of vontlguou >f wy coat thereof: pledging certain amount exceeding .._.I.n". per I' lanes, or cerufleat* of any day m NovMnber winch data
North Carolina. Virginia, and counUc .. the X4glltur tax funds; providing powers 'centum 473%) of the amount which. JO U S. 1 from South of Homestead amounts required to b deposited" I Is November I IMSBE ..t
Phone !9SJ.H2S1 2tRVnhlnlrton St.S f. may from urn to tlm* prorlu. and duties of the state board. of in elicit reserve fund fiscal
Tennessee.Mr. : : it determine can be by the to Key W_l ,including rr ruR-nirR ity .nl
and there shall b* organised a administration the Florida devvlop- 'Pledged. Mevenu tines Chle channel! year that '
such ftrldtf *vriuilin
accruing I .> mi all
I and Mrs. A. II. Arpln district' court 01 apusal. In each ment commission and She stat "' ..ddcp.rlmcn "do the. provisions' of h. ; all othvr bridge. bt .. 111 I After fiscal all.py.nt*required touch ber. .."._h mem In*
y. purposesprnided
district and 1 o
requiring a pcll. .1.1..cUon baaed trm. length: Legislature. oVie
of Uinwnoi-e recently visitedMr. til) OROANI7ATION'' KlIMBFR thereon.It. .n.ndm.nt.amount upo"lh Pledged averageannual SI tit I.KCmb4a Cotmtjf.: esteasion0S 'o m I 11 I> and .111 .b. emergency _. an_
ANU sv.i.rxmoN: : or JUDOS.S: It Resolved by...* Legislature Revenue .Id .I I Interstate I ._ including arty defxnenoe fr re r. ,
and Mrs. Troy Bennett.Mr. oU..d) during the twentyfour IIO from Ms llMrcri _by I''" electors of the Slat
payment prior I
shall be three (3)judtf ) .
There Initially of th Stale of Florida .
: (S4ft immediately : to I o s wx or U S. sa tramPrnsrula .u.re & n.1 l.t with
pre referewr
Serving Florida und :Mrs. W. U. McKen- *.* In each district rourt of appeal That Article IX of the Constitutionof ceding the m''lh of the bonds or 1 the Alabama slat Un* Its.. been _"I 5*. to Soption II to Article tide
non and three sons of Melbourne and the Legtsliilur, my pro- Slorula. .b* amended: by adding. .rUI.c."*. or the amount of said, and U S. from M. Crvsnurs .- money remaining 1 IX of tn* CoeiaUlutlanHlCno.1 o
vile for adilltlonMl judice for any the section sot forth below I road bond fund shall b* .n"j
Since 1950:) lo be Pledged R..n. eolleeled. during Cireet lu .. Zest ij. Motor vehicle eato.ect .
Buat-h weekend district court of and ..- 1. monthly by tim hoard
were appeal may numbered by the secretary of atale the I..lv till immediatelypreceding of Pvniaeol should the *. roadoVpartmvnl mil > to single .
property Motorvehicles
dove the number of any district" to and that said. amendment boo submitted manu In th Mat treury .
guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Orvilla not lens than ('). Three <(3)> to the electors bd de.rm. the nd t ..slat road trust fund. long With' .property be sunjest
(] oe/vfct. SfnoMrs. of Florida forratification or certificate' whichever .le be to
feed41g Bumgarner. Mrs. McKennon judge hall ,, :-u'l:: :; a panel forand or rerctlon at a specialeiection ..... .. ahowTk in a ceruflcatefiled 11.r.t.r..In Duval ctmnvrtor I''* .other" unrestricted fund I. the| tan whwh only shall on* I 11 .of..lace.
shall consider each, e.... and I to b* held under II County. .r.r.1 tat money account tax
authorityof by the stale .o.e .
with and the
............. .......,.... la Mrs. Bumgarner's sis the concurrence of majority of the Section 3 nf Article XVII of the. the' board prior to.mp.ro..r... ofsuch totsl* u.. Ipr.mnt.a. Section 13* IM1. riondsautuur 'o natekm whata operaunn liCense of tax such shall motor
panel shall .b* necessary to adecision. Constitution, of Florida on November. 0 bl for ua* the e
certificate "
or Nu In such
ter.Mrs. b. .c two* *wn mllltnn hundred mount and levied for _
The court shell hold al I. IH09 That three-fourths (1"01 of as provided by I
shall .
\ Lucile Douglas Scott and least one (II> *es. .1.l .n *vry year In the membership of the. legislaturedoes amount .lu.d .hereunder three I ooo> hflv for t".hl.dollar .1.1. bends ar ertt i puruo law. ** ** the ay
CordiallyWelcomes children of Gainesville were' each judicial circuit within. the district determine that an emergency million dollar t$000tIuu euro hunr.p. .. o way ',. .. ". been .m. !f all provide.ad and lu>. .. :*M.
.. fa the and *
GodwinRepresentative wherein the I 18 ready business exist .a.t
her Mr. and requiring an .rl." decision by apecttie approval of Iwo thirds S 1' drt gamt
vlskUng pnrtnts. to transact After a chantS In the by the rk-clora of this slat. of both of the' legislatureNo to"t.I. I deposit : fund at' 4her, .personal
U.V.. duringthe territorial llmlta of appellate That hou. nII'tt1 fund created for lsu* mi
:Mrs.. Starling. any (1.1 beginning January 1. ._ or approval of .
County. S Tt
I week. district, all proceeding. then :pending I""". and for twenty years thereafter electors or freehold elector qU.lft' to Cainosvtlto ,certificate. pending their ... .that torn .
1013 E. Call St. within the jurisdiction' of each dla- one and one-haltcenta* 4lik. ..) required for the issuance of b. 1. .Vorusfta : ua*. may- invested W seed herein m .
You and Your Stevie Stephens of Klngslcy trlct court of appeal. shall .b* transferred or thrx-elsht )f2), of the ....,.. proceed or certificate hereunder .from County. Needles'.- utlon* o the United Slaw of ham**, trailer __ tinus .
and .
Starke to Your '0h.. court then having of the four centtc< > per Any proceeding to validate bond Rd to U In..t.. I. America in in* other ecnrlnesreferred era camper typo moral -
Family Lake wus guest of honor ut & except causs which gallon of the' total tax levied by or certificate to> .be M In : I t m Section J+t-XT. F.* mounted and "
Ph. 961-5321 New Home : a birthday party on his fourth I.rl8dlcllnn.;: orally: urrued.Nil. oI.t. law upon gasoline. and other under shall be h'1' 1 O.o.*..Cnty.' .rt.1 connectors a Statute* uWIi0 ISe body -I .
idi Th hall ham
like .n 'mp..m.n. v.Iole. e an,
I product of petroleum now Cult court and for total of V type a5 trailer *r
anniversary given by : I .county.pursuant .0' mo power to make and enforc all vehicle body
birthday HOUSE JOIN RESOLUTION known aa the first ass 15.. and upon Chapter Florida than eevon mll lm.I. hundred wltamit mdep.nd.nt
I NO. 104V other fuels used la B h and regulation neveeaary Ih* full; motive power drawn
Stephens propel motor Statute .
his mother, Mrs. Freddy except that notice. thoueand dnllar .
497iaouuo .
The State of FloridaIt A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing vehicles I lhrlnalr' called Pledged. r.. mat or other order a to right and ewerrts of the power ..grantd .P"" 5 proplted 'vehtck..
and his griuidmuther. an amendment to aectlun. 7 of Article Revenue) shall aa collected, be .taune.. validation or.ln. of It o way Millsborough eonatruetMm.: and no legislation b* .required signed fM and med muter *a a
V of Ih* .,.t. constitution by adding distributed' monthly by the state .I C..tJr. arise te .dr hOc amendment etf mean tranapnruag peraon
I Mrs. R. i:. Starling at the he bond or eenuwatee .bepublished ial and urban A ar
la Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and ubaecttons. ((3AI( and tIlt> author. comptroller lo the stat board ofadmimalratlon only in Leon County. *,.10.a total approximately Improvement -. full fore oprrsuag .*onuary th* pubtw streets
Fifteenchildren I. IML ,
of Mrs. Starl
home ng. additional o of Uu
ins the legislature to pravtd sit thereinafter alld After the Initial leeuanee of tH orraratshing Sic
To You With Your City. In I-abC. county the board 10 be any taut neC _. seven million The WiiaUrure. during the period hounagOTrhMV
Acquaint enjoyed! this ho.j>pyafalr. county Judge deposited In a bonds or certificate pursuant to, two .... fifty thousand douanTZUiM scroesmoao.s.s
; declaring an emergency and rust fund lo .b* .known. aa the ".t.l.. llu. amendment. the board amendment I* m -snail bewovee. any
| _
providing for a specIal *l.cUon.B road. .bond fund Such. fund shall issue additional bond er eeetitlcateewhich may construction< .for n.h o and rsduc th* r*!* 5 first .) -- aScII no.
It Kolvrdl aha Lagulatur be administered. by .. (a* as provld.d Chapter lest to a became tu .
by the board a.
If you are new in the area a phone :Mrs.: Edward OTool and I 01 the Stat nf Florid hereinafter provided*Sod used only parity will rank Hen equally on and and source en of a I'I I*Interataw. rinrlae 4 Iron County exienatonof : r" atute.. oc clime erabl motor reSIde regardless-
daughter Chen of Lo Angeles. That Ih* following amendment. to as provided In this amendment. eeurlty.t payment front MMjpledged U S C."la Avenueto sate *c remove any par .. mtoe lav tMl o
I I"
...eth... 7 of Article Volt.... stale For the purpose of this amendment ; on. or corporation now and ; permanently 1 1-
will bring visit revenue with **
call you a prompt Calif. are visiting her parents.Mr. constitution adding aubsvctlonM <1A) the. board shall continue a* a theretofore any enertaficatee SI In Ptnella C. S Nhats *B3 hreanr ss.brct .said la* rrwm t a* .Mrk same al /.
and Mrs. O. .1. Anders.On and IllS' a. set forth "below I Ia body corporal during the Ui* of to this pursuant 1 I 3U !t".I. U teleSIS. a4. ...and c"l'caoa .4 said ..vend to--t- "1 .
from 79.r I local noateas.. Please give agreed to, and shall .b. submitted) to thia amendment and hll hv. all No bond, certificate.. or other from a... .L. Co.ty... Pierre S R, provided M Chapter IN TZVflMONy WHCMCOr.
oil of the family florida Statutes
Sunday and shall
the qualified elector of the stale the powers provided' In this amendment obligation whatsoever not S .- hereunto set
shall at 31 .
( for ratification. rejection on No'toroll. in addition to all other" any Bmwant Couatr. I ii. 14. .a, law impanng .r materially M. _
gathered for a family dinner. or constitutional Urn be issued under the .I
from US .
provisions 441 9 u
caUT'She has and R alt: tering th* right of th holders a. .
her a maps many inns a* provided In- ese- and statutory power rs of this amendment a 51. 1
sueb ia In .
These included :Mr. and lion ArtMl XVII of the elate '.d to She purpose of thi mend- honda or certificate except B..rd County. S R Al*. any bond or erbfate. In TsSaaaaaeo o ..l.
and wonderful for Johnny J..nki1an) constitutiontfvclion I mart horerolor er hereafter con such InlU.ly laauedlereunder. parity from n Ll.. ., to I R. (.pursuant .thi amendment o Mn- day thue D
free lifts you ( 7. County Judges. court. ferred) by law upon said board >ond. or o paring or altering any _ri : o .
\ and Mr Jenkln's mother I""I |:2A> County JuUge. Laka county.,I "Tn* board, Uurwiaa u Florida ,In Una amendment. &provided I Uou Breward wou4 (--1. !R. A1A ..'---1 i *r h* her*. (Sal, TOM ADAMS.
th xict
f en wtta
local bwdnes u.s1 .
: from es.J' I Jacksonville. Mr. and V o Secretary owwI stale

Janits .Anders and clUVlrx-u ,

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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.y GRAHAMBy Mrs.Towne W.4S3-Z37I E. Starting HURRY..1 A Smokedi HAMS :

I Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Starling. A '+ .
fid Mr. and Mr*. John Mc- FEW i SHAM ,

inney In and Wathula.daughter! Sarasota spent arelc ONLY A : cur A//

nd Tampa:vtUtlnff their clill-

I en.Mr.. and Mrs. John McKlnvtrited WEEKS LEFT!
v Iy. Mr.his and brother Mrs.! Ernest and > SAVE L

icKtrrney.| of Samson' last\ '
unday. k&4L I 18,
|Mr. and Mrs. Richard Star- ._ I
II of Lake Butler vteltedft. V 1 r >....< _
Beatrice Hines ant: Mrs. ; --.
.. ;5.JLWIN
Starling: tat Sunday.Mr. m--
IIP Tft '
| and Mm: Earl Odom f' :. .
aam1kr: of Lake City vWt- : STOCK (11 CARLY
his dater and family. Mr. $1000 IN
u and Mr, and Mrs. W. E. | CLOSED9th
rUng and daughter. FOOD '
fro and Mrs. Bobby Brough-

He, and ffoenfc daughter the wjeien.of Oatnea-with EXCITING... RIB STEAK_______.*.**IK/. 7_*88 !{ labor Day

and Mr Cart BrOOmton.
*r-3 Carol and Rhoda
fevers of Lake City spent: LEAN ft MEATYSPARERIBS4.49 : MONDAY SEPT
their ay throurfo mother and ThuraJsy fam-: SIRLOIN I STEAK......._._.*. .....9: 8 ,... ': PRICES FFEcTIVE.SEPT.
; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Star- : 2nd THRU THE WEEKEND
.ntlty rights eeservsd

Irs.Ittle Zebna Davis Jean.Rho4-Kay n. Mrs.and T-BONE STEAK 98< CURE 81._......, $1 19 i

Da\'t.. and John Cable: ....._.... !
otnrsvlUe spent Thursday iuICKIAOZMOAADt'A: *TUNKIY ._________.___
tie Frank Reyroilla Lake ONII Drumsticks 29t i *"*i\\
" Cottage on Three' Lakes. I Iii !* ilill
s'Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis of ROUND STEAK .98
OaJneovUl& vteitel Mr. ant I I .,''L !.1'1'I :...16! ... LEAN MIATY PRISM : rmmm rarnA' I "tirJjMIRCHANTS

Ball Pavto and Mrs PORK Butts.59tMAYPAIN i GREENS S !
Ittto Darts bort'sy.Pooira : ..N SS. Nr. ... N!
... !!' Knight of Live .12... CUPS 'MAYPAIR' '' 1 S
ik event Wedn0ady with CLUB STEAK .98 WISCONSIN DAISY : czg; COTTAGE CHEESE S
Diane Starling. ....BONELESS..... ....!16.... ., ... ''
: t ariMM'
Cheese 53 kkNtii*** .
Mr. anl MM. .1, W. Starling _...........,i>. $ ...----. ,." ........,----_..
:1 imlly 4111 Mr. and Mrs
E. Starling. and Sheila 6i ; UMOU'UIIOIISWIPTI, i :
ent Sunday with Mr. and t1III CUBE STEAK .LM..1..16..98 ilijl '
S. Clyde O3om ant Mr. andCabin ............_.._ Can Hamu..sS27'? !; :
i':, WIIC'T'e'tand f_ sera rsrNS .

|Miss of Branford.Barbara ----...---......- ............................................................-.......... N....1.........................N :a MERCHANTS Wltl..MNt GREEN.auMM...STAMPS UMM M.* JPLIASt !
Masten of
kirke Bpen4 Monday through '\ .:: i "YNITAIT' ItIGUlA" g 1.1 1
lay with h-r sifter and I I co : "I
mlly Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .. ".za s". ...- _____. >. 4MM'..t *M*M MAXWELL HOUSE r Mi.
.Un". OF $ 's = f CANNEDDRINKS
f Bobby and Jerry Brourhton I IMi v.i44)s
t wwkenj fishing atMar .. i COFFEE 69 e : ii :!s
f ? Key, i _"-.L.
Mr. and Mr. Leroy I line of IN CASH PRIZES Li CAM rnrrratl.A".-
tEJ .A : 1 &
t'Jro'fm\1tte vldtei h' bn>ti- :
|rinw -n-1 Mater M-i I and ] I A MERCHANTS.... .GREEN. ...STAMPS... )
rrt Z"-k R i+'tr n 1"t sun- I FYNE- T "
jw They also visited WUUrd i illne .. it, ;. 1 8 Ira CAN TNT, book t Aa'
M.. :
TASTE ,... .......,,
: .. '1.
: 15 I $1 .
Mr. ant Mrs. Jshn Wells of f cur THIS ONUS sur.. eo C 1JOZ. ..----. ,xn 1/.at, --_._-d
I'lVj vt>ltrr' Mr. and Mrs LB BAG _.. ..
wIN/ EVEN rASTE'E : CANS ---------
E. Bttrllm and BhHlant !; ...s-III. D .I.IS. i .'
1u dsV 'htJhnnv ---.--.....---..--.- ..-............... COFFEE-.p......... ...1.U.-.............1.1.U.i....1 ::1ilI .1 .M..I. :
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L'fe-.en of Jtckfion- -r _
fill* rfii'el hS brother and W ,,,.. HTLI' PVNC.TASn :; ...-.. ntLA ,UNEINSIIIdI_ i I

'CPr-In-law.l Mr. and Mrs. i iLefevers CATSUP .___...4'0$1, : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS {
ant: family last FLAVORKIST ASS'T FLAVORS .. .
'\N1by.: I 1)., CAM NISKLH"SAlTtO .g SU.oIUSlsnIL'CH'CIr. 1
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[ Hiwav LIBBY-S DEEP BROWNPORK GREEN PEAS. 6-l (------u-J=!.:Jf:.

r1c BEANS .1O I ... -U"
& Him POOO PAIII rnoitN t :
Mr. !
By O. R. Crosbyauuau..a..A..au .L.wsN' .r..l
... : 'n" rarf" -
DEANS ,M.r 6'0-$1 ;
Mn. Anode Connera of Jack- .* ....4..h..
somrllt" cprnt arvrral I days lad. U.S. "10. ] WHITE IRISHPOTATOES MAY'NAISE 39* CUT CORN I "6,0.51 : g WHEATIBREAD :
"week Norman.' mlth, Other Mr. and UCK.S Mrs.of T Mr'N.> ....-..................QUART................. ID.. PP DtLUIt PNOZCN ....;,.... .... .......i.....:.'.

and Mrs. Norman during thrisk "i MIXED VEGS... 6-o.l
were WlllM Reynolds of

Miami and Mlk MoRa of 1 ..... UNt _aAs[..SI .. St M / '_ .. ... f\AA:
5r.m t r
8tIu Mr.II.and Mrs. R. B. 1 PEACHES.:::.: 4' rDA $1 cl '- '

and chDdrrn vMtcriktn :
sonville f ldty. C'rOOIbJ'I IS PT SOILS ALCOA II(w
Mr and Mrs. C C 4ft ALUM. FOIL 4 '.>* $1 Irr '
were /guest of their am and;! I
tauriiter-in-l Mr and Mrs. ?M COUNT .PYNf SOPT
Runrniph Ciwaby. laM 8aturUy .
Mr snd Mr. A. R. Brunner ., .
/ st, vAiur HYC'AOf T IN PAH
of Raiford wen iruents of Mr.
and X Bunda) 1
Mr. and Mr R. U. Alvarea PIG OPPOP w
of AutjutntSal. spent the w wk> ICE-.19 CHARCOAL
end Nth their snn and duzh-
lr-ln-l...w. Mr. and Mrs. Oror.f .

Mr. and Mn.. J. H. 8PT**I BRIQUETS 3
of JadunnvUl: wm* Sundty
dinner n.."U. of tlt.tr C,""nt..
Mr. erg Mrs. 0 E. CroJIobY. & ANYWHERE! ,. POUND BAG
Mr. an>j M-. Jerry Dyal' .Q.A.VE '2J 23 20, 1 REG
and children. Mr and Mr A. $ 37,
B. WhltrtimKf sr. and daujjhMr -
and Mr. and ........ A. B. / EACH
BIG __
Saturday Whltehead at Jr.Ororje's enjoy-l a Lak pmic LAIn JUICY ARISTOCRAT In.T COLORS lUMf SOY FAMILY SIZE

Mr and Mr* J. M. Dyer LEMONS' or LIMES ,':" .29* lOiXl DILL PACKAGESPEACH ;
Mr and Mrs Howard Brown PICKLESrANYGAEM
Mrs. Net Brown and Mr sod PAPERPLATES
Mrs. rat Brown were dinnerrvMS OT 2qt
Hunday? of Mr. and N..... CUKES or PEPPER .[ :.'! 5 .
Raymond, Brown of Worthing-

ton.Mr.. and Mrs. A B. White- APPLES 4 LAS 49t 49t VALUE
Mw Br and' dauohtrr rvmt --- -

ryesa days k M week with ,.
rrlaure Mr and In Plant Mr*.CUT Dtnn Rape YELLOW Onions. le 7i too .E=:",.':: Guaranteed PIES.

and son were sueri4 of their
nn and <*aucht r-in-law, Mrnr cusp. PASCAL COUNT
Mr*. Rudairh fPT and 6 9 r
baby of Sorannan. O* recent .. 8f' 3ft
SWlITJUIC'f' '. .. T4\..,'ia 1.OIIC V I

RED PLUMSr:: .. .f. I9ctll0.urrfa 4
TH: RIGHT rom f r fa* "
way yas irrru. CMIM fca a.4 @ KID'"VALUE
.. ..... 77' .
BROOK r. ntla .... TELLTelegrsp. 1 CARROTS__2 La 'IGS 29# ... i

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I PAID TWm.VWI BRADFORD COTTNTT TKI.KORAPIT.: !STAflKf!. "..oHm..: Tll1miln-.v! ._ SEPT. S. 1SVt8cyvI'y .,


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Hampton Elementary School
had! a first day registration of 1lllr 1lllrjlllill!
104 stag.ents Monday, 14 more u r
than had been enrolled, belou
school opened!!! accoidlng to jlllill "
Principal Richard' Jockel. \ Winn-Dixie will stop giving away MakeMoney"
Lunches are still thirty ':';:;:::,:,:;:,::
cents. a day, and are paid for ; Envelopes Saturday, Sept. 4th. TMOIAWa
at school office, rather thanto

would individual, be most room convenient.teachers.Mr.It Winning tickets will be redeemed thru 1

Jockel:! said ,if the>* cow.j be .
paid by the week. School::. fees 1JI &w.t"'Pto.c&1itGo.,, .. fO'llGood.bI'TO'rotl,} Saturday, September 11 the

are $4 for the year, ou1 $2 per ,
semester, and the school prefers '. ., n.j .." 1 ALL STORES "
this to be paid. ) for* the u.e GOVERNMENT!
entire year if pot; Students end staff alike USDA ,j WILL BE
were enthusiastic over the
room and cafeborlum changes. w
The former auditorium, with CHOICE ) BEEF "
newly painted walls and woodwork -
and reflnlahed floor, < -+ / ;. e p e
seats 76 tor meals: ,, at 10 DJ. :
tables. New' overhead lighting U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT
has also been installed, the z
overhang section and steps I at Roast 59
LB. x ChM. ,71'
the front of the stage were removed GS
and pafs-thiough, and
dx:,: >iway were cut Into that
side o$ the kitchen. Folding < ) CoDiNiI.OEARS49i
chairs are when to the be added room: Is If used necessary LB. 69? I

for an auditorium.Mr. Jockel U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND ,

said.The new fifth and sixth Steak 98 ; /
glade classroom, formerly( : the : : j .
cafeteria has been repainted, : ;
and the doorway' to the kitchen -
closed off and plastered
The former "catch-all" storeroom CRACKIN' GOOD 6-COUNT CANNED FLAKY
mow la only food and SMALL GOV'T INSPECTEI D t l t.> S. NO.1.t WHITEPotatoeslO'

kitchen storage. and the> up- Biscuits 3/25 l
stairs room is now storage for / A '*.- 49
extra bocks: p-evUvu: 'y kept In 1
Smoked HAMS
the classrooms physical( edu-

cation storage.equipment, and general Meat. 98 Zlb.. 39Jt

The library has an air-con '

used has large. been between 6-panel built desks for>folding the for library screen class-: Lunch Meat LB. 59: ,BUTTHALF '. Shank Apples 4, & 49*

work and the reading section. MOUNTAIN GROWN .. VIMRIPENEDTomatoes >
Panels of the to
screen are exhibit {
artwork of the various 2 ** 39x
Wieners 9r : .
grades.L. D. BROWNS CELEBRATE . 39:: 5 5 LB. '' u. S. NO1! 1 YELLOWOnions I

5TII WEDDING 6-ox. PKG. KRAFT C' SWISS j I. : 5-39x1
anvil: Mrs..Lewie! D. Cheese : I 4 -
39 .. ___
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Brown celebrated their fiftieth\ : : "..- .
.' ___ft _'" m! .-
wedding anniversary Sunday.August ,
22, with a. family din- I
ner at their Hampton home. No. 2 CAN THRIFTY MAID SLICED or CRUSHED ; Morton Frozen Meat
They were married, in Starke.
August\ 22, 1015. and have Pineapple R 4/$1./

lived !here ever since Mrs. PEG. 271 1Vi Can THRIFTY MAID Sll.or HI"..Y.C.
Brown is a native oft!Bradford
County, and Mr. B-OWTT' wm Peaches . 5/$1.
born In Green Cove Springs, CHEK CANNED DINNERSt
moving here when !he was six REG. 2/29 303 CAN GEORGIA RED

years old!to a homestead near Tomatoes 101..
where the Santa Fe tower is
west of Hampton. He Is now Soft DRINKSASST. I REG. 21334. 303 CAN THRIFTY MAID'

78.Attending- the anniversary Cream Style Corn 8/$1./

dinner< were,all the family: FLAVORS REG. 29* 46-ci.' THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE- FORTHRIFTY ,e
Mr. anil J Mrs.-B. J. White and (NOT INCLUDING
children Mr and Mirs. Emery OR $ Grapefruit Juice 49.REGULAR / 3-COURSE'DINNERS)
Sparkman end children,, Mr. LOW CALORIE
and Mrs. Walter Myers and NO DEPOSIT 300 CAN THRIFTY MAID

children and Mr. and Mrs. NO RETURNS 12-0 x. Pork and Beans 10/$1./ MAID ICE MILK, Superbrand Sherbet a ,
Ceral;! Brown and children all COOLS
of Jacksonville; Mr. end Mrs TAKES LESS CANS REG. 29# THRIFTY MAID 20.0 BOT.
Carl Brown an':! children an-' SPACE IN YOURREFRIGERATOR
Mr. and, Mrs. David Brown I Tomato Catsup 4/$1./ Ice CreamNOT

and children of Hampton.Seventeen CRACK IN' GOOD JUMBO BANANA. COCONUT.
cluded. Also attending were
Mrs. Mlna Beck'hnm' and Mr. Dixie Pies . 31.NESTLES'S .

end Mrs. R. L. Brown of 30CT. CRUNCH MILK CHoc. & .

Hampton.PERSONALS .,. Almond Bars . 99'REG.

Mrs. JoAnne Hicks has bee> .N. 29c TWIN PAK<:'BBQ (TWO IOLOAVES)
hired ae clerk. at the Hampton 59'
,. R
'postmaster sale! this WINN'DIMIL.TONff. INC. COPVHI HTtCUt 1 HALF GAL ,
week. Mrs. Hicks will assist 20< 8 PK DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER OR

Mrs. Williams\ during Christmas .... .. ... Wiener Buns 235'Topping / .. .
rush hours and serve a!* 4'-- - OUT ON_DOTTID l.in 1>----------- ---- . -----....
assistant postmaster! when Ex.rAA..4'Jl EX.TAA.r r

Mrs Mr.Williams and:. Mrs.Is absent.M. M. Mat- II I I .,-GREIN,...--STAMPS-- JCREENSTAMPS REGULAR 39< 12-oz. LYKES

chett and Mr. and MrsDon! I I TWO.CAN. 1 1 ANT .III I a
Pearson end dawrhtcr' leftSunday 0OOO I Lunch. Meat 2/69/ g r I ,
for a trip to New York 1 'r--- aOOO THHU .IFT. 4TH THRU 4TMT :
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I 1- n.-.m ," ANT :::': **
-- -
Matchett. k\ A
Howard Hill. K-nnv Pkin- I -EXTRA I Ex.AA.REGULAR; 53* DEEP SOUTH QUARTS

ner, and Eddie Clause( were .4'Jl. GREEN.... STAMPS I I I JfM. GREEN_STAMPS 1
---- IM*IH*uutM B
overnight a m
visitors Wedenfday I .....
last week at ,the Don Hills, I TWO"/o' .., ; FAMILY ONfa 1 Mayonnaise 39
enroute to Bradenton from 1I 1 1' PeTMsrch Fillets : Ground f.eT.:! 1
-' fI" .
Michigan., The previous Fri., ''':::' :::., ; I/ .r.-.w1,.,Mn, 17U. 1
day Gene Clouse and daughters -.
-------- : 22-oz. REG. *
of Bradenton were over. 1Ip ,
night' guests at the Hills. I EX.rAA..4'Jl I EXTRA- 1A

Vernon was visiting Forsyth his of Tennessee !'! I I I I .-GREEN....--STAMPS-. I I EXTRAI"! l I Sliced I Dills I 2/49/ F.. r
Mr. and Mrs Jo -' pannt.// 1 '. CHOPPKOSteaks OFF> TINOKNLKAPInstont .
Mrs. Ins Knight i :I I Tea :
week. I' 1 .000..'N'THRU...._.VT....., 4TMCRf ", ,,I 0000.:::::. 4T4 I REGULAR 99* 20-LB. BRIQUETSCharcoal
Mrs. ,1 1 VAHLSINGFrenchEDlFry
Mosher and -- -- ----------------,
family moved last I IJ 1 I ----
) week to' 5
79 Potatoes 99j
Tampa. Guy Harrell!! of Brook- | I I EXTRA : EXTRA ,
r er 'has purchased their farm i h___EN_STAMPS__ I, dx GREEN STAMPS I .
r near the east city limits of I WITH PUHCMA. I ONE 12.01. JAK 1
f Hampton. I d $1.00 Candy 49 40-COUNT Breaded ShrimpFish .T
1P. Frances" Lott of Jacksonville 1 000 TMKU SIP? 4rM ,
f pent last .... ,...... #.11 1 OOO THRU are. 4r4 1 Bat PKG. TASTE Or SEA
weekend here
with I a. .u. w.N.uO.EXTRA .. ., ,.
1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F ------------------------- .- Paper Plates 39REGULAR Sticks 3/s1./
\; P. Lott. I .
E"'TAA. "
J 1, -ONf.W/T--,--.- ,::7. I IeN0 1 REGULAR 33' 12" ALUMINUM Meat Pies. 5/1./ '
write. Come I Hostess Horn I Ant Bomb PKG. OF 4 RIC..SChocolate
, way you In and ,
:r. :
'. elect your. favorite KSTER-: 1 .OOO. AM THRU*_nn....>. 4TT "s 1 I I II egos...THau_..,_are.'...,. ATN"'0 I Alcoa Foil 4/1./ Eclairs 49j
BROOK fountain pea TELE- I '
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