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Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Th. tiny town of Putnam Hall on Wlate' KIMM 11111.< Nat+ wil'.l: tinder water nod ruffle I mouth oil 10O nut ktllldrtourttiic feet high by fl". or lib humlretl. feet bolt. The. State .

.south of Lake. Genera, waited!' nutII mint town* were / to Pulatka via.. !Sit MS. turning off nt Lake K through with Hurricane!! I".,. hoada<.he Itefure starting (ir-netubit Sit ::U. \lm rlo"I'1111" !SIC ::6. InterneetingIOO .a rbiuun-1 thrnmth the stream nod rrletvM thwwnter. e, k

It. troubles.Dora itt Putnam Hull.IVmilsnliMi lliui, .said. but ran .Into illfflrultj rauxsl' by a rjdr _

pax-wd tlilH way on Thurood,,)'. Sept 10.C Al- to lime the the flooded. poKtofflrerotel wa+ .leap. layer of <."Ida" In the I otrrwni ....... llnallr. the $ Y
niuHt u week Ut.r. on Sept. 13. water .began to row. ed l un the 17th, and II Mill remained rl....... >.e....r- SRI moved. It. effort' lo dig .a rhannel. tn higher ground

imiliuiuily. u\rr a ni-irihy- area <>a Highway 100( Jut. dal. ;Mull: for Putnam Hull rexldenu. wai .being dMrlItutiil and "a. niecllnallh; morn *"........e. The waterreetnllng wee
i +iwmth of Putnam Hull and rontlnuej It.. .anent march nt the Lake Gene*'it ",...1 off Ire, ; "ter>. very alo"I)" from I'ulixuti Hall. Mahunnald

unlll the lu"n'. combination grocery More and .punt| office Cliarlet M.than Putnam County enilneer.. akl main \\ednemlay.feared .

was flooded. t tu a depth of two feet, and 1IM "a. finally raiiM of the flooding w...+ the hooking 0' a natural One I reoultt the If water .In channel! front

t'loW'd to traffic. ...I'am.II.t'/ t north of (Irandln. hy the back till from a utnani Halt.) toward iramlln. It- will po Klnly. flood SR
Another week later--Thumday, Sept. 81-the \UbI""", euml niJne that create .tt Hand bar approximately four 313. where. water .la already. 'an.fOrol.t' hlajlt.
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Official County Publication Established In 1879
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,'n... AIK F.lGIITT-C! STARKE. FL.,.. Tln'K! ".\Y SEIT. 11. 19.l THl1IRn\V. S.PT SI. HUll 'l' IIIfR TUIRTKF.N: .;'liilnmii' Hull. ixixlofftce. Post nfflte" hut IMVII 'I,"oil l fur it week I I

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Bradford tI $35,000 Dream 4 r'a

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1 Bidding Keystone Set a c 1 d ,


I Training .: 4i
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J Helxhia The area a for City Hall

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I chance as any .
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Vocational. .
under the li.v Ann (filer

unity This Art wu of the > A In-)... u. pile| dream drew Ito (fits breath of '" r f" Tr IRIa r'tar. '

four local reality Tuesday? night when the i Keyxtone' City (Council .

levied in : unanimously AWlirlft'lt u :$: 1.47'J romtniciion 1 101.>I I
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wok wiUi John to THwst Construction (Co. of f Keystone UciKhta to
j int to the dlr \ build a lie". municipal biiil.iintf.
Corps program The total bill I I. ahy Jual
man D. R. ( '! : $108 of the maximum $34.000 the Und to the lovertttntnt
The local ; limit approved by vote1. In before ho rn pit>oerd' with

H Everett ._._- -- the Annual/ :::A referend plan. infriitallonn to fedeiitlorruiai

Bradford: ... to New Klter brhllt'fO on .It lt. formidable 1 *.
prenent a gap um.After .
Authority j lU-monttu dnlay He rotnnwiitrU that federalofftclal.
I Mayor ot ...- ; | l im'* flood. righting, and a .......ulUI..t Mid the Hra/lford-

manager of led to a. utop-onivitructlun Injunction Keystone propumU wa Mwi
ford County '; M quirk action finally i ft.."t .'"' 1tA1)1.! .," plan received 1.1: ltul" WINW the llnn> Irllie lit ....lrr. wirr"iuullnK 1'11"10. slid Irnller ut Paluuu IUII.lg I J I
1 Commerce; and : prevailed Builder! fIt'lIlt11lTH..t : ) for openlnn ono of the ,.*n-
t..I'I. .. .'11__' "A tmrmm<>m*ur !1f. -_%t a' liail mmfmuHmimm* mmm .LI __'"
laid lie planned t > '
ford County .: break around for th.1("" Bradfotd. flaunty BclioolHuprrlnti rflY' iI i ij
I The local city hall at Ui- City Park sit. >n>lent-lct T t.C'ainy I
' that no by today, : ipok to tt. group on 1 1
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coin up .with It was also Uri first barr- the educational I aepxrt" or( the
l' or a proirrmoi er'rs'a'' n monlou council airing on the program. Tlie prvpiwrfl' renter. ..
the need! of building alnre the posh" 13: hate wnu'd be drctitie. to'' !
training net a new city hall began In help main' C'lt".nl betweenthe ', 1'.J
I *... uf i I'-'n .who *r. .o.a' 1
.1 I'l1Coua".1" to" March. Vot rt trontied tn the ,:
an offer trout poll and (rVtaUyUWd\ the I real 1 problem dim U> lack of r
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bnws .-..., question thai hat ''rotne up| education! *; arvd *.adze. 1 Oportunttte j
The .. three lime In 10 year *.
met Monday nf Tlie 11.430 difference be. Casey, who. termed It lull
proved an .If-. tween the, c natructton blJ I I duty to warn the council of _:
t2.000 for .,. ( and the total 1 coat of $34 ":J pitfall. sail. ''''Ita would bean .. .
sparing Uii t will iro b. p-iy. the arohitect' ltilr.ratej ramp aohuol. to +r4J
for Wah'.tifrton.! I fee and to furnl..h the new but OM a voluntary bait*. I
. N'yalc"1et( |I building The local I builder. The actual. detail of cur,
event a '!' undtrrut four cumpetltor tnttbenlt ra.rt&.l..n... ",,,nhl. Urn
, approved for .:. '1' tl.e k>w bl'. which .-.hool would be 'fernied out'
W\II" area the I | t' warn UK only lard under $3h,' to t Ui e,,, ifintrartUif *e..ncr by .
to have 1.000 .c r :, hk 000. ,i: the federal, orrnunent. Tli

I ed and by should July be. / -'- -., -. --' ,.rx ..l _.. J"k m. TTieat hU fame riled. down bid of II ll.lffvm -)..314-.- cage realty t h1 n'", prtmd thrn gcw.rnnentwould some: law "I."..., I.I hardy ..e.-..*..fjr fur the wary. "........1... Mho"" flml, .tn ear. and| .. ...h... ...,... In ....... I
June 1968. the .howa IVfo... ro ....r.i.. approwh iilab. umtermlmed' and. wreck after nvtettmi with UK OUett > Uv 1I1..If'ut. and the money, /high. 14 kmklng like a f' f I
rector added."rho Pl .; would 8snk"v' taw and ArchibHl I Dun Morgan dent would come fnxn .ur. i
ployment of while UM. nflr cuunrlinvetlnc rounding area. .IUrii: | a tao- : '
technical: per Bridge Out wa* In proar.*** mile :.iflu 01 Key-nmi* .IUenvlakni \
the Job Corps Th. *ubjmmitl**. ap ,.4. the ariinol M beln
.oak Mid "JSa pointed thi DMitH tor Mayor s 4-hnura dar, aeven dt. |,
rlne the tth w-..11. affair, with/ !
: l : were undr:rmlned and ruln-dOn The C'o"lratlor.< Scott ContnMtUm !M K IVejley In cork on-eampu
f of such ... atudeuta' M oft UM reuk>UMk ,
omy a the Union County lde the Cu of Thomatvlll. the bulloVr and Uoraait. '11 / I
. A committee t lrrrprice for weekend tolto'' liome 1
I I .lAb fell and an additional: 30 f]*.. ha not tarted rebuild up the followtnf fur the area
, met with the K by feet of nil wa wanheil. away lag<< the apprnaine., |ending> tow'O...t.Pt'. eoGI<>' matter .
H-lrhH' will \ could be uchnkaL
to crate a lap about 50 feet an Inspection of the project. by Uinuth ronnretWMia irpiared II
I nUhl to dlacuns! I I In the IwlMlnf for ttKrooler > N nr"k na"t14>> out thai II
j wvie. On n the llradford County the MID itrict rnctneer
of the, X wall In could la* GO." 'te hrtl.al
wine "]I aide oho .lab way IIn"-rn ".fl One>> MUD .pnk..m.n ..\If It' a doldm. *
port propertv. a mart dropped breaking In lwAn 11 believed that. MmlUr danvK ,cor*,. ronffl. *r* pail ltltl0I I..ctws..nm. drafted feral
alto for .. I .t..noJ use. -ank of qualified ,e
a .etlmale l 2..VW cube In the tature an be peer.ntnl In the mess re* : iturro
Council I column tlree and also tits the ramp
>> on U, >- front
yard of fill dirt .aa waeh.dewsy :, b> emending rp rap a.4't
to lu Airport would l bring. ; many lop p raon- '
by the .wol! "*i waterof retnfurrrm back< .true, he 'nt U. atrurOueOffUieruff
further atudy Ifl net to the are.
plan are ,
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N ere r Hirer with Ujnuice road ay aiope to. UM brid.
The ptl ,* > I,, eatlmated at around S3.UOO .p.-.h.,. "have a rnrfl.trtaua rerenvoti* Tnat ears home sold'
Corps under lUitn a _"b. H the tentailv _or. lit.... *.,w. mot* Indu '
War on Poverty > ,, bul> in, f'WftpWtkJnIta. tries lntereid In com In*
tit Increa the Starke Couple Pleads Not Guilty : .... ha4 I bran i-i for Isetatr tilt,. t* 10.:.... more lobe I.ow .
of young "nvn l \, + local n.td.ru1n tttort
provllin those I *...*/. l>rea* a "terrific" bocci to ".ar econ _
and urban !' To Murder Of Fairbanks GrocerA A"rr |..n.|_ rd tr"*mr acv," h* adowt I ICounrll .... ... ;;
I' K r ll, bf kor, I .. .i..y| s .bash .li* III.* UM*" r,.",,.* Im. .,,..,..
.1ih) .d .hk'l >e4,Mi>ir1n< IW att.ICttamtrr I Iof Chairman flO I MI ..$........ b., ... Vial tad ..."'...- ......1... I' I
tralnlrwt. -' C mmfttf Manaeer .ICoSUnwd...>. fat meal I ..
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Oootlnued J ... ..Ufnptz n m
( on I Mark_ cOupl will be tried tOffUtrr rather 1510 t v k U a
John Hrott Damper. 21, and than aevaraulyThe >4 lo rake a ,..Ut, ...a'prwt.
I nia .wife, Connie Uwtoe. ITdrried three had prevlow ..ed. V* the rr.ntU Slowed By Injuries '
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aulK In thefU o>- barn adlud4 ln r,lrn' and tweak rob the a""'ap of .f t
.. Lie murd' of. ralrtaaAk. given c ,., irorrr when. an-aWivKl tn AUctMja Wl'ham! Andrew* eacN.eAMed l Joo" TrajtOn* Cam .r County CVru-t Court 10 r.t..s+ot J For u.t p1i4ay er Lanr AaurOrr Jf lo ,. ..<.. pr' 'vr | alV lie ...<
Dn>c er p>ade rug cuUtrwttU ,' preern Damptev and Jaann* i...n OTM*! sod E.n-t VI -- .,

T.. M. wife t4aoV4 hOC CUytiMi to tvpment w,. tA.. slid I M< la baU) Br....4fa4l.. .. '.<-Uurr' let" _ Senday, to guilty by revisal of imanlty pMnpter Aft attorney *r. taM CUr cnoc'n.. coy sp ofauytone .. *, Ub.a. __ Cbsi IM. 1ea1i1s tMk_ a.1Wp.gavt U.U.. ar-
.r A third p..e n SndW'Vtt tin from OalnewUie 'rev I* avn4 lw Uw. be4frxrwn vtd ,hore.a dariis.0 of .eta.Wlth'as !*><*.._ M vtff I M -. t1. tb4gr.lent aa... ....*,
3 I Ie S ..-1 fh, m'araca' thaty. Rrltaft L and .ha.....*"..-. ran8S. IU. .>U. W4Awrtaf .1,024. .*.. a MMli* X ", ... ,I Ito / ...... fray a WI man t..ao', W,",,,,,,, Psr7tl. Hu>
Rep. John Crew. barn< to ... .. .... ..... ..tn tn4 ref r1ev.. MMIMkmt bwlb at.Mrw .
< of Joitwt. rt of CbtpleyH asarp41.drd mp.MmetOerrwldea4 *. tw avtM4j. .hVfur Twnadn+e ..s a35 plm era a.."v1 ailbatanll. .11' ,
St. "'" evUty by f +aon To Address Mason II C 4IVt JoM./Ia a '.4s ,wtt iMMMrrw natal M"'" .,._.. ..... W.4naSSf "Nat' !.. inwtMl M in. .mnw 'Pines Y 3..w. ......& ftU
"' _.. : of truanltyare M .__I' VItt351. t* rWwM. '.1'". r.rn fin. s w_ of the aaloafi .yes. a..u "t,5ra" I -t.yn,9t End, wilt 0.. ,,, n
l01I. JWrrv Monday Night Tty .. .15 ba tr..n" *.11 ,., oils ...451bTawa'.4. -I 'SellIPM ""q, W r.wrv,4, t". r*
D.mple1 and ...,... ..... .._ ad Nrvle.flrt The> Mai Uana h., ""r'' Ju-
: s -. end m ....,.,-.. .... '.. Mao. 'r..t9ftf.. .. .
$fsaa+. are < -nrf'd' with U* iaytn 1t... and .- Mesa Uwv i.p.nlf+f .tr .tlaeik.. ._a.. .. J.if Wit -.I
ef lad April of R. T Ctalpe prT /1.o" Jotrft Crows. Put WerMrk4iai fed 0.a. %. II tory save M....v-, *.<. MM**.* i0. t'4' ; M aaap.aw'4. "' W .rr' II* fXMMMl. tMatlMr| .no1 Tengnl TIIt a awe ,h..
Plark .... %Urw ., r-..ih.Lwow ...fWt'" Wa Mglel .w Is qr.s ......- h.44lao..,
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who ... foatIItot ..I.l IA" GraUlIn + .... N .,.__ ti..kp.wce.3 iM.e.*e )ef MMl Tan_. IN* had M the. .- i Laos. Thiaaw. .anM .Mri ilea
.... ..... gr +r.7 Nan. on Uw :r." to r .. A MMatrt.anf C last. rw ) 4) .*..*.*.* aMwirnml f..u.t, for. keel. lar.w.A l fall ,Mur-f. .r- an ta tmt wt1l. .llntl.r RI.e. .'nat ftr4.
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W.1do4 _' y.rtanm. .. sip 1.tleaa.t ___ W ter rwsawv41..4yatal kM ...a haw. ..fto ..OlAf .h. lets ter of "li. a p'w. .. ; ...*. Hnea. rifc... 0.. tat.ftte 1 .t dory ........ toabar. ''1111
.. ... "nIotn s16 ap'pPSM pwri .t Ivaeferd L.d.. fat .air I eI....,th.... .. bw r4 w0 axeral. key taera wttofeCl 'M""r _, te. Ja1V'parts .. .$4Sv "|t| e'sar'nbrak. en"'
This Spun .. .MIzi.ta *. nortn Mr* ,.. U 4ae.ie 1M reewsum Q's reU1 pw1w4r. m.4. thaw tloMSS.. : ..u..... ......., sad M K... c.-h t11.v11.Mdrrt.. sanbamoud MPaw1' wfth( h4>. .uualA liwtshC
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... and a7.* .1. ......., *. 1d r.kwn .. .. .4 , p mm r and Joannr .. w.npr CJVt.R4rlmv ./We./ >*ar >rftaj tb0 eta( fMAa.ruA .a.e..n.SNa .. ssz in "44otat. .. ..r, "
W. kr! te .. I..tly k 4 ? a* .. 17w4Ial H. Mpae .. V 'LrrtleOtwrw 1k .lot o4...i. flu'. and .a.s5V rt-Mare .1lydare. .........d M dddal.m abwitlrW o.ca 0... *...... TDIN Mlrk.etr Anger w1W II... tiros
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'' a e+ndmisn. sad n-- W the n..M' C II.. t w. -a N ..... i I.ail .L.t'rea.' Larry n-...... ba1s1.1. hart rtkial n1...... ease a "M.id. ....M. pray r eyed from :w*( ...1&'. bruised
0MaaNAft7 > > .. was trt.a1. -rasa (tir.rt A.e4ra.. I eeriter ..wwik 4 M trv...ae'w.. y- _.*. of aae* Ml.rtas .a.a k'floral <.. *- II* irow/ .............. Llwallp kiu wait .b,.* *l fuI8S e* sal.
: Jolt... J C AdLrfat Mats l.wpomerka' ve s1, -a J A Tvb.nt CIwar.u.w two. tan .*.M Jeff prw1. T.W. ..... ,IUo.>.* wan Alas N iM" _t.d, C'tIca..r' ...fk..>* M.MMM.. ...1| win. .b* at.Mi .
The ... Meat. m a h..rtna M U+Ir s- and Prow- Ie w.J aI'.d nag.Aa ...t 0. a./Irw4. IwJtil1 Warm*. *MrtM.. oft....*... ..... 4...'..,Mfw w A* UMTMI A 11 t p..M4 wrnlrw.. half after a line t pvr
rlI4e W.Sat.baud 11'W' sad Tail eWe.r.a.M .. Mstde. .... tOrt4_.. ddneJreT. sleha" taebia. .MI M ITT tmanalMe 04rtlr skew "III t.INra son.ti. luraafw huh w..k atsiwnan.
5d ..ialana 1.r _.a'wiwfti.4 a..aia.n ,.ad" Nil.NeoaSm UW ..eves b.. JeI9 1140ta.sa .or .k. MMrsasl. o $404 0..4.c. ('be,... .:....,. ".".,. .... "III M'b U. .allttrr. tl.Ml.'lydor !.
State ..y ti. true. .........aTtr .,. ....,.... ha sWwBI ...... ErvM4nwCnwt ..,...... on 1ft paath t.nl oafs, .M4 Ma .krf* _. ... twM ..... ..."., Star r ".,.. Bro.m .il'' play"
dwehl ...... 1IIoa I ,h.f ... c 1i04me ap.o. .aJ fill ........ .... Maw. ..... rAa.. that. . .11 ta.Ma,11 fimlN. 14nr defw1hI. k-fi wwt JX tknuriA: *
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rAGF TWO niCADPORD COCTVTY TEI.rOUAI'll.' ST,\RKK. FLORID TJll.'l SDAY. !SEPT.; :21! ,, l'R


Mrs. J. H. Wells Jr. Soil Bank Land ; badly needed feed for livestock :Mra. June S. Chapman, ASCS I bility to operating po.. ,s
/ ; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dyal in the present critical Acting County Office Manager. ASCS county of aces 1
(I had Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Can Be Used For situation. The changes which will\ be- part of the contlnm',,. )
I ] TJlr of Jacksonville at. Sun- GrazingFarmers ASC County Committee come effective Jan. 1, 1965 cess to make more "*ruse <
Temporary
day guests. ,. Chairman J. Wade Gasklns were authorized by legislation of the ASC farm.. ,
I II Miss Barbara 'Masters of, recently approved by Congress i mittee system in iota
.. I In Bradford County i stated that no reduction InI
--- I Starke spent; the weekend and signed by President Johnson istratlon of tho Fed.
are reminded that acreage \, the diversion payments applicable
GLADYS MOOTY { with Hiss Djanne Starlina on Aug. 31. programs.
I 1 shifted from crop production to the acreage being I
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Phone>> Ms. Matte' Davis and Mrs relating L-i order to enUibllsh UJ
961-0651 I to conserving UMea under U.S. | made available for grazing) Three major changes <
I Al.ln Stokes of Brooker attended to the election of ASC gered term of of5e
,, Department of Agriculture diversion j will be made. He stressed< t
; I church services over programs now may be I, however, that prior approval| committees were authorized for selecting county
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hart- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews i ? at UnIon. ..3aptUt, and had used for temporary grazing, of tho ASC County Committee -{ under the new bill. These I I teemen, during the m"n.
i'' mann and Mr. and Mrs. : I, and -family of Gainesville | dinner on'l/he. 'grounds.. provided prior approval Is obI I to graze the diverted acre- changes are: (11)) to establish to ba held In 1963. ,on. n .
HlitH of Rockford III.pn1L1) were Sunday guests I: / : Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davli talned from the ASC County i i age Is absolutely necessary.!' three-year staggered term of I bar will be elected for 1,
f." guests this week of Mr. and I Mt. and Mrs Gail M thews.10a'I'1 I I ]' and chU o'l1and Richard Committee.This Unauthorized grazing could be; office Instead of the existing i I year term one raembei,
Mis. Al Htirtmann. I. Mathews was readmitted 1 I Melton: visited,,Wrs. Mattie privilege i i a violation of program regulations -, one-year term; (12) to provide I I I two-year term, and ,
on MI'8.1 to Bradford County HospHat Davy Saturday ftlrnoon.I! I emergency committeeman r I, member' for a three-yvm .
Mrs. J. A. Orlffln and ] was authorized by Secretary I for which specific penalties that a county
Guy Sale of the Starke Wom: rl on Monday for tu |I : Mr. and Mf3. Basil Davis I of Agriculture Freeman recently forfeitures, and refunds may nut serve more than I I There after one memo
an's Club are attending the observation and treatment. : and Mrs. Mattle Davis visited '' lo provide additional'forago ', could apply. three consecutive terms, previously be elected each yea,
Florida Federation Woman'sClub j Mr. end Mis. W A. Davis of' there was no limitation term of three yearn
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Ilazenwho for livestock because This
I emergency grazing provision
Fall board meeting at have been on Waldo Sunday nlzht; of the flooded condition In the I could affect a total of of the number of terms I
Cocoa Beadfrom Thursday for two weeks! visited Mr. I I Miss Barbara Musters and county brought about by Hurricane about 60 farms in the county j committeemen could serve, Bradford Bidding
to Saturday. Attending. Junior Mrs. Winked! Hazen / Miss Dvanne Starlln spent Dora. Much of the I I Icounty's who in and ((3)) to provide for the I
are participating one
For School
Day on Thursday are Mrs. Gainesville and Mr. and I !! Saturday with Mrs Pat Clark of I ; regular ,pasture la I I or more of the diverted election of county committeeby I!
U Charles Sawyer, Mr*. A. Q. J. II. Sowell in LaCrosse \ and Mrs. Frank Clark either under water or has| age programs through acre-I all community committeemen -
Smith. ;Mrs Gene Shaw, Mrs. past week On Saturday they.with / I Hampton. that's all I been severely damaged by ex- He urged all farmers present at the county Continued From Page J. M.: Edwards' Jr., and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. M. Well I guess about rcRslve rainfall and high water llevo permission should be I convention rather than by the I
.a Harold Godwin from the Jun Hazen, visited ; 11.1 for this week. Hope to have a I Secretary Freeman l laaued I I granted for them or Home oth- i chairman of each community, trace, and other apP-opr"1t
I I little more news next week I activities. Many of >HM
Woman's
Sot Club. committee, has been done
!*
Beach.Mr a
I Be sure and come to church the approval upon the rrcommendntlons er person to graze their divertB i : would be drop outs from ,
Archie Ch-crn and Michael J. R. ; i of the State and I acreage to contact the local I In the past. The third provision ic.-
and Mrs
thsl Sunday all Rev Tyler al-i hool1110\ need .
I !- heir r
IX DtFUlpVO .ot Chicano Ill : ,, will not affect counties
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USDA Dlxastor Com- ASCS Office
Jacksonville County County |
of were has wonderful mrss- useful
ways a : learning a trade
air Mrs. L. J. Green II that not divided into com-1'
visiting of Mr. mittecs. I I I I are
c? evening guests
to bring.
.. this week. age unities for ASC administrative .1' The effort to obtain "i r ttf
Mrs. J. E. Hardy After approval of the! ASC1
I Congress Passes !
Mrs. M. ir, Sheppard, andMrs. I purpo es. Corps Training Centei! < ; EuKen. Williams of Miss Kathie VanKoolberKen i Iml1. ROlr.: '>l County Committee Is obtained ASC Election These new procedures will this locality has already beer
daughter; << of Mr. I I BAPTIST ClltnCIISunday farmer may WIG the forage I
Brunswick Oa. were Tuesday I not affect the 1964 ASC com-i' presented td and endorsed
Mrs. John VanKoolbewn ; on the diverted acroagoj i Rule oj-
-.. luncheon guests of, :Mrs. Fred I ChangesThe '
.". ( has left for Macon, Oa. I : School 10 a. m through the termination date mittee elections now being American Legion Post 56 Tli
: Graudon. ihs will upend the next Morning Worship. 11 a. m I of Oct. 17. 1964 thus affording U.S. Department of Ag- completed in all countlett), Clvitan Club. Rotary Club
Bobby Sheppardd; of Bruns yearn studying at Mercer Unlvwslty I Training Union. 7 p.m. Eenlncc I an Immediate additional riculture has announced chang-i throughout Florida since theydo Chamber of Commerce board
: wick oar: pent the weekend and tho Macon Hospital ;, source of grazing acreage. ea in the method of electing I not become effective until of directors. Bradford Count
,
Worship 8 Prayer
with Freddie CXraudon.Mr. School of Nursing. pm. Prompt action was taken by ASC county committeemen I after Jan. 1, 1963. Development Authority Ministerial
: 'and Mrs. IIet ,the: wwkend
sprnO\ visited Mr. and Mrs. H. > I Agriculture to help supply terms of office, according to'' give more continuity and sta Jaycees
with Mr: and Mrs Dill New-

: tart. In Dayton Bcaclu i afternoon.DuPre) in Live Oak ,I' .: -r.. .. :.. .;.:r: ... or. ., \ .-".:.'.,",' ... .....'- _. ._,",_ ::,--.f,,,, ,, ,, ", .,.._._. _.._'..': ._ _' '.. : .. .. ._ .. .. .
: Mr. and' Mis. R. E. Firth
Dr. H. O. Bolllnger attended
find. Mrs...Ed Firth of Keystone -
a Chiropractic meeting\
:: Louis;. ;Mo.Heights from'flew'I111:5day: to 8t to Orlando over the weekend 206 W. Madison
He was accompanied by hi1 !
Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs
: oarents. Dr. and Mrs. F. E MOTORS
Donald, Firth. Bolllnuer, who vUlted '
Sfarke Fla.
: Mrs; Iris Anton and children son-ln-liiw and daughter Mr [ ,
U ,ot Ocal'i, ."fOI'e'FrldllY and Mrs. Milton HarUell.::
.. t'vt'l1lnl'' guests! of Mr.. and his daughter, Marilyn, i

.: Mrs.Ben Herbert and Mrs Tlioman.Charley Johns visited Mrs Beverly Errol Meyer.Alvarez Ford Dealer In Bradford and Union Counties

: pent: Sunday nluftt,with;their Stark, and daughter, Mrs !
son-in-law end daughter, Mr
Virginia McOulfe of Orlando
: '" and Mrs. Ralph Kazarlan in
Orlando. and"pent Mrs.' the weekend Herbert) with Dahl Mr Extends A Personal' Invitation To You

: ,. Mrs,t Btlnl.N! )\ *! and Jacksonville, :
were
In
daughter Sharon
Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
: Vrro Bench over the weekend and Mrs. BB.
of Webster Mr.
visiting her mother Mrs. J. Slfarbin Reddish find Mrs. To Come See The
:
who Is 111.
: peddlsh of Lnwtey were Sun ; <
,. Mr?; and Mr*. John T. Nns- day, guests of Mr and Mrs ;
: worthy and Mr. and MM. W Logan Baldwin. ;
K Smith otWlhter': Park were Mr.. and Mri. MitchelCrawford !
Sunday" visitor of M)'. and have rented
:
: :Mrs. C' : H. {Jasworthy.' Khinald cottage on N. ;
: Mr.'and-.Mrs.Pete' Vescovo Street !:
of Houston! Tangs, announof Mrs. Nelson Green, Mrs. IiU .1965
.. the birth of *. daughter bom Adams, MI'.. ... Fords
: last week.:'Mrs. Vcsoovo la the Johns Mrs. C. D. eW"
, : former" Bubs. Lance.! I 'La XriV:" Ruth Fraalfi'" !!.: \nd' M "q .,
Mrs. Kate Bheppard" and J. R. Hlxon attended
Mrs,LoolA Roberts of nninnrwlcfc Wesleyan Service: -u.: I"G
Oa were vtaltln" workshop at the Wesley Communlty
: friend_ heart.over the weekend Church In '.
Mrs. Alice Afclntosh spent Sunday afternoon.Mrs. IN OUR SHOW\ ROOM

,- lead i Wednesday to Sunday Walter Alvarez
with her slater Mrs. Sully' Jacksonville visited Mrs .
Thomas. In 1J *.,.0.1e. Xtiey Johns last Thursday. and
4"j, lAnded the funeral of an- afternoon Bue ts were Saturday September 25 & 26
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RCPT! : 2(. 1964/

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I .. Mrs. C. J. Houpt Woman's Club "Get Acquainted"Is Cub Scout Pack $1,000 Given

# Presides At Supper HeldThursday Fall Theme To Begin Activity Dora VictimsBy

Q State Meeting NightA Of JuniorVomen uesday Night

Red Cross
| Mrs Calvin J Houpt president I covered dish supper \MIaponitored *- "Oft AcnuMntrd'1 wm the Cub Scout Tnck 70 U start-

of the Auxiliary to the I ... bv: the metal committee theme' for the progrum at .the !InK Its activity for this year
GLADYS MOOTY Florida teopnthlc Medical .. .. :::: ,:(,:,;.. of the Stnrke Woman's first fall\ m'Pltni of the Jun- with iiiortlfin Itiemlitv. at The American Red. Cross"

i Phone 4-OG31< ;)I Association, presided over the .:,,:' .J Club last Thurndiy enlngr \'".- ,, I Ion Woman's Club h-U l last 7711 1'111. Svpt il>. In the pent more than $1,000 InBradford

3th annual meeting and con- .. at the club. house MrsR Tliu.r. !!rt.iv' "vl'nhItl the F'u-st Methodist Chiinhfhlt County for food and
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ventlon at the Jack Tarr Harrison ;: P Mcl... ulon und Mrs' Mrthodl-t Fellowship! !fall will hi nn IntroductIon other assistance" for victims: of

t' Jax Artist Madison Baptist I Hotel In Clearwater on ....' Charles E John were In : Mrs Chnrloi, Sawyer, '. presl1 l. HTiil iPKlxtiiitlon. type me'Unlt., > Hurricane.. Dora
| I IIn.hvhlunl iibx unit nU who : families, whose homes
1 All 1 boys Right
i of the affair the. -et-
Sept. 2023. charge dent t. piesldwd over tI1
I I Was Guest Of Pastor HonoredAt I Mrs. Houpt passed the gavelto ) tables wets overlaid Inn und heard rrports from Irish' to beiom (.'ubrthoiikl( were imagej.. received $860.33

Woman's Club Reception I Mrs. J. J. Blitz, of Ilanla.I .-,",. with yellow and, redcheckered I the dtpirlnu'Ut' chi" -l1wn. attend this meeting with their In grunt\ with which to make.
{ I An IntMVlinvi-r, will roofs, furnUhlnga
ends. repairs to replace
at an installation luncheon and cloths. and, centeredwith and, proposed protects t! for the> 1' ''
I I i'e to see all new damaged by water, etcIted .
d J'r.'nl' reu1
MM RUMHPII. Seymour outstanding Rev. and TWs F?ld r Rowan I fashion aholon Tuesday small crystal. compotes coming year
1 iHiiHiitt" and I heir pnrvntoM Cross also paid! 119163:
Jacksonville artist of 1404 Pratt Street were Sept. 22. hoKllnjc hurricane lilies and :Mrs! Gene Shaw was elected I
I > ( it ur for food served! by school cafeteria
v ago art"HI
and club woman wfts guest' honored at a lovely reception Amongthe Florida Timts" greenery Candle' holders, held l l first! \"'I'-pl'\>sldnl and installed < years
speaker at the first fall meeting Sunday evening at the :MadIson : !I which took place during Mrs. white and red ,'miles Arrangements I. by the outgoing president 1"1'1| able for nionidcrnhlp i workers In hurricane

of the Starke Woman's Street Baptist Church :Miss BlankenshipIs Houpt's year In office were: 1 Williamson-Landry of crolon loiivrsdrlftwotMl. Mrs, Randitl Clilttv Farm Bureau shelters at Stark. Lawtey,
Rrooker, and Hampton.
Club on Wednesday afternoon educational building following BrideToBeOf The ttrst time a presidentof Told and hurricane. lilies, n..trC'fohm..nt.'I't' served I
Engagement R. W, Meyer Director of f
of last week. I services R!'v. Rowan began the Auxiliary has met with were placed. At vantnga points by the honlevti'S' Mrs DV : Sets Annual ,
Disaster Services from theRel
pl't'sldent.1opent'd his pastorate here September Mr. Reddish the Governor of the State and throughout the room. Mr \Vhlffrn, Mm Charles Bl'.- '
Mrs. J. A. Griffin I Mr and Mis I. V Wllilamon Family Night Cross, office\ In Atlinta
1. coming from the Southern presented hint with the first Charles Schmttt und Mrs Foster I )lock Miss Ciuxil :McHae. MrsChltty
the of Keystone heights
met'tlnawith a five In BradfordCounty
Mr and Mrs Edwin Williams spent days
at Louisville Ky. sheet of Christ- or Mrs RII-:
Seminary I Osteopathic 'f'n'lo1&l"m..n Of' Shi Smith had churn Randal and
welcome to the number announce the Farm .
large | announce the engagement I The Bradford! Courtly Investigating and pro-
of members and guests During Mrs. L. A Canova greeted t and approaching marriage I mae Seals which officially: their daughter Linda Von- '' decorations\ I gene Shaw ,, Bureau will have its nnnuitlhnih ceasing claims following the

the reports from vice-1 I guests at the door and Mrs of Miss. Barbara. Blanken- II launched the 11163 Seal program Cllle, to Pal\ l O Landry. nephew ,: Supper wow IIerv.rl'e'' "' a <<<.u. .unit family. Ret-to- hurl lean.. He expressed appreciation -
presidents and chairmen. Mrs \ H. A. Lawson Introducedthem ship daughter of lfra.11- < for the State of "Ior-I of Mr and :Mis Jesse :, buffet table covered with and I Beta Sigma Phi Xi-thrr at the. nrmlfarti Conntv 'I' to the Sheriffs office -

A. J. Thomas Jr. announced''Ij. to the receiving line liams and the late Lt. Herman Ida The Seal program! Coleman of Starke. i Italian cutwork cloth and' 1 centered To Meet Monday .',,\\rllroul\l... this Satuplayl' j'i and deputies, and all others
that Mr Thomaa would be the i I composed of Mr and Mrs. A. W. Blankenship to John Arthur -I a major portion of fund annually November 6 U the date with Hn antique live\ starting. lit !A::3D p m. Pawl who cooperated with him

j. guest. speaker for the October J. Thomas Sr. Rev Rowan Reddish" son of Sheriff for Student, Loan and chasm for the wedding ceremony blanch wmlelabrn holding\ \ 1111rpeignette Beta' Slams Phi sorority Iliiti-hlni. president. .xt"mlit' it during.. his stay In the area
I Research 2 The I II
meeting A morning bridge'' and R. O. Dansby. chairmanof I and Mrs. P. D. Reddish I projects Winner whkh ulll be held' at I fillml with yellow| I will meet.' itt the Monte! of Mrs cordial Invitation to nil Furm i itlmrttii I

j and luncheon Is planned. for ; Deacons I The wedding will be an Florida of the Auxiliary"Distinguished had a sf'r.1 at 8 o'clcxk In Hope Bupttstl I ditliiv ihr\H nthemums nil l Dot Falling. 739 West mow- members and friends, TIIK RtC.lir POINT for the.wjr
October 27 at the club house I I Church. flanked by yellow CHmlle to attend' write Tom In and
I The punch table was covered .. event of Friday evening, Nov. vice Award" that .U presented land Ht t September 211, with you
with Mrs, J. E. Hardy as1 with a cutwork cloth 27. at 7:30 p.m, In Jhe First I' annually by the Auxiliary to I: All friends and relatives of i Mrs. lumen' Oriritn, Mrs Marlon tang as co-hONt- .eelect. your favorite' E.lI TER'
chairman. I IMrs. I over pink linen Around the Christian. Church' with a reception -I' the American Oateopathlca'i, the couple are' Inxltrd I dent Mr. W W Hondo! PI'f'RI'j'. I .ItA The, program will Include Sgt. Howard Clark HKOOK fvunloJn' pen. Tt.LK-:

L. G. Powell chairman I I II punch bowl was a garland of following in the Staike sociation.to a lay person who 1 I chairman and Mr. Mt' ewe The l piogiam. "will, Include< Elected Sec.-Trea TMMiKUMI.: :

of the Fine Arts departmentIntroduced fern and gardenia. The cake Woman' Club. In their estimation, has performed Rotary To Host I II greeted guent ,as they nlrn S.
I Mrs Seymour who ]'I table was also covered with a Miss Blankenship and Mr outstanding and meritorious 'Ml*. T. II Made' hrtd I'h"llt..1) of AA Group "

used as her theme "Painting i I cutwork cloth over pink linen Reddish are Bradford High service for the Osteopathlc i I I Reception: For : of (he dining room. MKnlntml. Mr. Gillen, 53, Win

for Fun. She spoke on the and held a centerpiece: of I School graduate, Mr"'> Blank profession. Mlsa Margaret > I Local TeachersMember I I'v Mrs. T. c. llnsen Jr. Mr. I But Hownn-d It. Clark WAS I
tvrdianneas and den- : diiv Sal, Mra. J.V.. klmuld.Mis I. I Former Patrolman of
i ability of everyone to create j I pink lIa i enship attended Jacksonville Gilkey, Director of I < sleeted l aert'etatytrenAtrer' A
las Thla was flanked by pink J. II IHiPre. Mrs O IINusworthv Alrohollrs Anonv
some form of beauty. She. told : I Unlvenlty and la attendingthe Onldaire, Services for Dade of the Starke Rotari Passe Monday rain tirnup
of the relationship of religion i J candles In silver holders An ttl Johns. River Junior County Public Schools. Miami Club and! their wives will& and Mrs !ItobtfilHrren mans, lit Us last meeting .t
and art, both being closely. allied inactive arrangement. of red College. Mr Reddish, was re-, was 'i.he proud recipient of be hosts at a reception fort Hinge Settling! pUi\tt| Hal P Olll.n.t.! : A retlreilFlorid the SAlvntloit! / Arniv fnmp nit I III.M.'r.1 Pile
one to the other. After roses graced the piano I cently discharged after serving this award Bradford County, teachers and I, ulon music tinting the dinnerhoar. Highway patrolman. lake.yMhn .
Mrs talk she invited The YWA girls with Mrs. three In the Armed I formerly slatlnnml In Stnike.
Seymour' jenrs I Mrs. Houpt wil serve on the their ".lvs or husbands Sun ... > Group will be on* year In
the membeis to walk Marie Slemer.4 assistant leader I Fortes and will enroll In 8J- __.,'uUv. board of the Slate day afternoon from :3 I to S o'- I During the program Mrs.O died, ., Monday Mt his home In old on O<'t :3 t and, now has a
around the and view the RJC the next term. H Nowcomb presented I Nike CITY fie I I. survived. hv
room were saluted In serving by at Auxiliary for the next two cloik In the SterkltVOlnlin'lI membership" nf 2J Only two
beautiful oil and water color : Mrs P. T. NoUn and Mrs. R. I No Invitation are being I consecutive. year In an ad- Club I George llugglnii, who led the his wife' Mr. Maude Ulllitn member" were enrolled!. when
which she In Hinging familiar and two daughter,, Mr. IJ.'V.I l KOCH
paintings! on display sent but all friends and relatives \lsory capacity Tlie committee on arrangements group ,I I the group nr.t ..lut..l.I .
., had brought for the exhibition. : O Dansby songs, acconirutnlpd, by Mr. 1.J 1. Parker of fr! .rn..rnir< On.
of the couple: are invited l>r. C. J. Houpt a trustee M competed of CharlesBawyer Open meeting.. are held nn
Fach subject was disruaHed I Ureen Other appearing imhe .and Mr*. .Knuronih. Akin., I .
to attend.Teenagers. from this district also attended Carl Minx and 5mvtnAndrews. the first and third Kednesday's
by the artUt. While the guests ( program were Maruin'' !llmklngham, N. O R
of each month1' st\>p p mat CASH
cloth centered with an arrangement the convention. Or Houpt
viewed the paintings they I M.. 111'..". "snlnlnt arrompanled by Funeral, service "were' held.. the $cliIY"UMArnlY, Camp.
has been the Unison Officer I
were able to also see Mrs Seymour of yellow nlltor- I Enjoy for the Auxiliary this He j I Buffet Luncheon Mrs. Green, Judy ""'ltA., ao- at t 4':lit pm TueHday. In th* The jviilillo .In invited to atlnd1'IR.Vr
as she demonstrated the nla daisy chrysanthemums and I Saturday Dance year bust .l'conll..nl..1| bv her Church. of Chrlat. l tke City .

art of painting for fun. The spikes ot. yellow gladioli I Uneopathlc was appointed Medical by the Assoclaliun Florida- Set; '.Sund y AtCountry I mother, Mr. Julian Mrltue: Itiillul was In Memorial" Omvli litEMlhIfltlAN: POTN.
painting she did will be I : At Country Club Joan Scot, dramatic twirling ,, l-nl. .
.
f ; presented v CityKeyntone
Mrs.V.. W. Hood NnlhIng
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presided at to serve the Auxiliary In Club : o ( 'IIIIUII' 1 ...l s tn J utv s -
the club when In rhythm and Kurge Hear
to I '
com the silver punch bowl. Nuts, I Teen-age members tlr the I this capacity during Mr.. I II. Walton (tr.il>, Minister' l. Writ*. N. MUmp" > to
pleted. mints, sandwiches and miniature Starke Golf and' Country Hotipt'a term of ofltce. I Members 'of the Starke Jolt ) pianistThis Coach Ht,.tHiliil for tlw! week.. ...*,k. Nu .....,...11.11'I. Jiilf ..
Guests were then invited tarts were served I Club and their guests had a I I. and Country Club' are invited II was one of the mnnnulKandtng \ I HiiixUy( ..und.,. ......,,01.I >uM*> In Norh: Week or

into the dining room by Mrs. I I I rollicking good time Saturday Gann-Sapp f I II .1 to attend the buffet luncheon event* planned fur Hrenk{ : AnkleDcmonitrating I I /:4A: a. m Morning Wdr.lxlp, "Several TtaiMw& a (say rail let
Slade where refreshment Mrs T. H. Slade was: chairman night at the first of the at 'the club! house "onSunday I the ('Iub'. coining year. Play'''''II( In. m. Yixiiri .Ytktttshtp.t30 '' '' Tau "In1: "Cauh ful"NUMIIKI

were served from a beautiful.Jy -r, of the hostess committee I monthly teen-tltne parties to Rehearsal DinnerMr I noon from 12 to :3 p. :: p in J\inivr| ohulr, S p ( T.........

appointed table which was composed! of member. of I be held at the club Chouse I I m.. II.50 for .aduMa and 75c'' Mrs.' Seymour I Th Keystone Indian will) m Rwnli r Worship. 7pmThuitxtay .
overlaid with a linen cutwork the executive! board. this coming sea/ion. and Mrs J. C Bapp f n- for children, 12 years of age far llunnell t"t." tn their Chair pntrtle/( : !

I I Swimming was. enjoyed by I| Urtainrd at dinner a delightful Saturday rehearsal !''..0\U\dpr.') Is 1 lonorcd first. homo game., hatullfap- T hire.: IfNCI.AIMKI:

HdUflHYIlin MOIOCCO TEMPLE PIESNTP( a some during the early part of night &-Pt. 12. In the educational Mr*. 8. O Denmark and : With Luncheon tad t>y the absence of their I<.'HIIW U' T"'N"' Cash Pot NOW
the evening followed by .tn. Carl Robert and their head t rnarh. I"! .* Ith"d..n. I wish lit eiprfM ht our
: of the PtneiL."I !
WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR frames and dancing. until Baptist building Churrh honor. ommltWf'. are its charge of Mr. O. I* Reedy and, Mr The new roach. tn hU first' kits' nnlhbnr4 'sn thqii.M>

NAMID-MORTON q I,. 11:30: p. m During the evening Ing their son. Wayne and his arrangement' I J W. Klnralil enlertalne.1 ala year al KI"' dUkirated list fill I (rt..nil.. our .inc.re thnk $50.00
1 delightful luncheon al their. fur their' irslim. of
NEW SNOW Mrs. John Thompson the j fiancee, Miss Carolyn Annette I fractured his right ankle "| sym
former Barbara Poppell. !led : Gann.I 1 I St. MarksVnmen home on Wednesday" of taut. I( while itrmon-trallng a ply I l.tthy and roniftnrl lit the \kMuf Quality Itrug* andrrowrlotlua quality
the young folk In free ballroom week honoring tot 1'*. Hu& .-ll{ miring Tu**daV'. training sa- our IwloviMl T'K>..lIn.V.* "ftrrvlr' al
r routines. I The banquet tables war.overlaid Met Monday j Seymour and Mrs. Wnype. n.) .ra&-f141 for Uwb .HIM. .II'S IKhuSlaw
dancing I .ion. Due to UM pomp*** nature .r. deeply &
Chaperoning the SO or more with white linen) Thompson ..f JaokaonvllW.. pre-| of th. Injury, .heal nVw- ..ut If>il s rvlr... fl"r.1 I off'r< > Ysev Ness Hi Mlled
'teenagers and serving refreshments cloths. ArranfemenU of orchids The Women. of Rt Mark's ceding the Hlarke \Vom.n'.1| tore rat him tot the Unl..... logs, fiH.l. Iwnts..54. other ATKOCH'S
were Mr. and Mrs. In crystal bud "*.*.. tCplitcorxtl" Church met MowlayOv Club meeting at which Mr..1. \ ..1&,1. d I leal I Critter tilOalne kln.ln..... .....>.nill Mr.

I N Vernon Silcox. Mr. and Mrs. and burning turquoise tapers) the Pariah HoaM with, Mrs Julian Seymour was guest. speaker" ,I vlll* for treatment II seed Mrs. I. II. JuriUn and o In crystal holder were used I ar.'Inkl.r and )(ra.
: 3 pays TICKET INFORMATION 1 1retSIIT.SU Jim Chasteen.. Mt. and Mrs The lunchenn (able held, .1 I I. tat known how, long h* will family,
at Interval* down the centerof Mclla a. rohontemMiThe .
J. D. Odom. Col. and Mrs. H. renlerplM-e mtnpoaml t of )'.1. boo rnnflned with the InJury. .
the table The buffet tablewas
.Ill.vl. HattaoutT M. Hatcher Jr... and Mr. and annual turkey dlnn.r low gladioli and, California Ihirtng>> hU .__,_. Auit"" '
/ i covered with a whitelinen will be held. Oct, 23 at the -
rr..s.a.n1b. eqC.eN. Mrs. J. D. Warren. rily rhryMnthomum In a ant Coach Orvlll IM-to", I I.
OCl.3.a cloth and white and Parish house with Mr. Clvl-'
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M..e.M 100f011s blue gta. howl.Ttn I. filling\ Oi*. gap..
I lo I turqmts' pompoms wet* used Terwlllegar\ .. rhalrnwn Tie
w.'iz
11I1t11EES SHOWS s.. $1.004'W0IIIUI Cub Scouts Visit I ss a centerpiece with burning lIet. will' be priced at f I /OO .._at. enjoyed the afflr < Tilt: MKIItT POINT rev lh.1

J : Y.I.M w rN, .. 5 C.- Potato Chip turquoise tapera In crystal for adult and 75 rent fur with 'the iMMtemw.. war lop will. C.em. In and )

,.. .. ... liolders W.etdl"bPJI pjsoecards children. 1 I
I t' w Ike. 0,1.4'1 ewe fav..it.. IMffN:""
Plant In Jax I marked the sea Una ar- The' meeting\ was. comltM-ted Tilt: MKiiiT rnivr rr the. .RfUK r..nuin ren. True ',

I I rangecnrnta for the 30 guesta by the vice. pre-M-nt. Mr .., **n write.1 Case In and flf"' ''''. :
Cub Scout Den One w1thRp..ale
who Included member of thewedding Icn... Mra. Edward Hum whet ,_r favxrll rttH"" ,

: Flynn den chief party and the 1mmedlal anruxinr-ft that lher. will be n.OoK rMnUln' Ben. tMK: T' ....*..l* !Ii.(.!....>. 11" ..
visited the Pltto-Lay potato ....
fam1I.
a rX'trdt Meeting on Nov II nlt""If. the T/.LfO N"".. 1
ale! 1 .a aa.... Mrwe I.t./1. 2041 chip plant In Jacksonvilleafter At the rloM of the d.-IIlht. In WlllUlon. I

MrOMANCI(> school Tuesday after ful ocranloft. the honored couple 1OIIt._ for the Ortubcr,
t r., o-t a-V. o* / M 1.5. oct f-f oo r Mi. Ma Ort. '4-I 00 I IS r M noon. Acrompanlng the the [ i
W*. O./i. 1-1:0.: r-jN. 1st. o.t. *-i i* f M. hM. Oct. 'e- OO I r.M. group were Mrs. Paul Ifulctiina presented member of meeting will be Mr, Peler

.d I..t. w !.!. N tai..s ... 0,,'.. V, fe s... Th. den mother and Mr*. Loi- wedding party with personal"' Novak and aixi Mr*. Willie )
I !1) . . von Andrews. gUU. Carter. [ I

l' Assisting In serving wer
Mrs rr-oVUe Wattermn andMrs ,
Supper SetMonday
Firestone's Ray Henderson.
Evening

Miss Maura Kelly Hy Garden Club
LAWN II
MOWER CLEARANCE SALEBuy la Honored At

The mark Oarden, Club { a4
Tuesday Party eau Open H* flrt fall caret
Now Save $ $ $ Wholesale Prices with a toned. dMi .utter FUNFLATS
flu Maura Kelly of HU o. Monday evening, al 1O 0'-

ONLY 3 TO SELL Ireland who U ri.llI"OOf rlock ai the ft* rvvParWt\
3 Hp. BriaRs & Stratton brother, rather Thomas Klly. Howe. Mr*. John Manning V
Take The Work Out. I Put Pleasure drlklhl* .
_honored at a
KIIMXI yatrt/R-14: ('ITKeg. was and Mrv Chart* Cowen will 1
In .Mowing 1 White You "rtr. fug party Tuesday I evening segue a. hOileMe add icttlnqly
Sat. IS* $114.60 given .tor '''.'':\-t'll'.Y Th eceruUv board. will I
at the hocn of Mr meet .Kh the ..*...... Mr to fall

4 Hp. Briggs & Stratton 3/2hp 4-cy. riding Mower HobM. flhallerIkwt I. V, llardm. lonlchi IThur- your
U"t'T _* were .1,. llhaBerMr "" Url *. 1'31Brownlee shoo wardrobe rf
4-C1( UK-KIIHXJS4CIT :10r.a *. OWidy Weldon and Mr.Rkhgrd *
-.....
: Pr.$132,18 RVrhrdaArraocmenu .

..r."rirwo $179 M. of p.t.l.n.ntnuw.n Cirri!

'IIIU1 .SOW were Med at point
3 TO SELL
ONLY
of tnter** in 'UM" Shall-t Meeting 1 Held 399 1Girls'

homo for' Ni..cesalon. l>tfIng
Service Dept. Specials Tire Special! the .salting ,.- and. Tha. Itrvmnlf* rlrrU'" of Ow
refreahmenta were. -)ore4 rhf.i a.It.M& f."b-.fl heM. .. rte
final m*ui. cf .ITM. rr at

Brake Adjustment. $1.19 I 750 14 RNe-/. T.. Recent Birth. the horae *>T Mr Mail CwUr CLASSIC
Mr. ... Tr.d y. SweatersOF

ALIGNMENT SPECIAL II I The *I,5.!:' r. Tie.*.JS: : toe,. and Mr*. ffmUMt tmnIMarte. Th pfOp-WVU SKIMMER

mr.t 2 Tire SX1.7 M___ *n 9ur rMrth ,'..... nr wt.Kt. a -...-.44Mel '
FOR ")flU on tuturr t\\. wa TIMR UMrr WONDERFUL NYLON Oft OI LON
1-...... ftoUuMW frmm--. T.. I 3 Tires SSO.CI ..__..... R.rT.4tsrS taw ofon a ...... Roder.Loewy hrnfi..l .se Mji1/e ) .... -'' .......
..- (--,..4'11s..r aad 4 Tires '1'7.$2 .....-... 1-. M iL II tn Draws At the ** s. ofMrm. .... IMIYWe snit -- f eMs e ..&.
(.......... 'If. Ills ItostW.LDnAfu awrsaa.w pr..044 Vr Si' lot ,..W'.. s.It 0-. .tell .,S..a1' Ht/ell 0......

I ihk..a*. CrVrr, wHIt wi Clewsw! ,l..v..evN.$44 dyl.4. i'
O..rltyr.l.e.i'I, :
THM ''T.X OXLT $8.55I Mot IZ.OO Per Tin 'W Wkll.w.n* _. u. tabs a .....11.. goat.7 vase. -. ..i ,. .a1 ....r ,...,. C.wetgwetAallls 3ir t

KEE: I'!H K>R A'J'' VOI'R(' T1HE ..",..: .4 ........ lets M "easels ./Ht, .... eIl- .

FREE SAFETY CHECK .NEEDin: ; MOKE: MII.EH! PER toe,. 114 toe,. J._ ClwtlsCost. BPW Club Mret. \. oi.... s:se 1 .. ... 7 I. .14. LS

SEE IF YOI'R CAR I IS RE.11J.Y's |.U'H ltr.'RASTEf: ; : FOR 'LIFKSAIL .."'. -. Jr At Doyle Hornf} FLIRTY. -.;: SIUS .. '
CW1_ Coat Jr het1. !.

DRIVE IX TODAY! "THE: TREAI>-v UT1)fF.I.UnTVltiiijij" Mr. sal Mr *._ .,...ei -n. IMMU arw c3o.1 -.tT1esfN5e SIDE ,. s To Io GIRLS' SLIM JIMS

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; OVtea. *-.. ITMr. r- .t w,. MtMr4 t*/Tft "
STRAP .....4 od.e ....... ., Uae4es
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eAt MAmmr u' a. wwr 4 l*.t .... ........ 90
$ .-
DEALER -n----. ...,..... a raw sgeig1l.. ..... .. .ro11' s.It erviLs4 1..15,.. .0.4 e W r.r. lee. w weal,
IlIa11. J.r.. Mil 11 beg W-. eth. M.. .Mrs.J .. e.eyft.. i'4 eratsee, ail. __ $4.. r .. ... 2 FOR 3

STORE Mr,. sad. Mr Cr-M Ora lilt M.ewt Iaa3W .... .**... ft .... MO'1. ...... s.-4 ea4 t
...... ..L .(./..,. a esw, LewMr "...._., tSO". ft. WIn ... ..s.11rr44 w... Ioe4" l5/.e ..-- 1' ,
fawn Or.y. Aryl. 1/ Ooa..n ....,...... Handbags ---- .. J.HI
aM. Mr AJfcaVeHaJ ...... weew ..-. M .... S.. Our Matching
Y..r 2't.. ., Q.aUI I.-nUN./ Iliad. Friendly $. .Inr If...,. ....(.,. o ........... ."... t..e lls.lMo.e.r.lJesg .+ ,
312 treeMladis.! .. Klr'" pt... M.MII %t.rt.. J'1a_ Taw .u... ...l. 71 /. I

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TF-tKCRAPn STARTCE. FI IRTDA Tln'nY SFPT. 21. 1IfIJ!
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I i I on misdemeanor cases ale, ,,
$31,476 Contract Let CItizen! Planning Com- JFK Memorial Library Drive given jury trials
lthO originally appointed to Jordan: Claude Miller wa'!''
I a municipal building A Set Wednesday By Food Fair sentenced to 90 days In trv
For Hall .a<:kle the whole Job. Beasley county jail and his license 1""--
Keystone City j end: Beam were both apparently Area youngsters will have billty while helping to mem- vaked: for one year when

in favor of extendingthe ;in opportunity to help\ (! build: orialize our late President; found guilty of driving wall
a yearly' scale Instead of city limits to the Brad Intoxicated. In another *raiin.
Continued pay :the John P. Kennedy Memorial ,
( from On
Page *) I
the $10 per meeting: basis in ford County line on all sides library through a civic JailedIn case Jams Lester Rafuse wa;i
Beam turned the matter over effect now. of Keystone. This action project being Launched. next Negro given 30 days in jail withi
to the airport committee for The ordinance was passed unanimously would require a referendum: Wednesday by Food: ; Fall i committment withheld until
which Beam hoped to combine Worthless ,
immediate study and a quick making: a second Stores, IncCalled October 15. fedr1vlnlr while
report back. reading unnecessary. The fig with December's city "Work A Day for his license was suspended

., Other Action ure was set at $16O a year,and election. JFK. the project! 1 lto! an anneal Check Case John Charles Odom of Starke
'I Little Lake Keystone's sand was based on a short average Art Patray, a DuPont employee s {, > to bo.;.a and gill to work 1 was sentenced to pay a fln
and silt drainage problem was of salaries paid to councilmen asked the council to I :>ne day individually or in General Grant Foreman a of 150 or to serve flv di II in
tackled In earnest' by* the i In recent years. Last year, the consider leasing 1.8 acres of I croups' at a variety of lobs Starke Negro was found guilty jail when found guilty ot

councU which unanimously average was about $190 to airport property located on ... ,- ....... ....,....._--- -. and to contribute their enn- of two counts of writing speeding.
Crystal Lake for a prIvate Inn to the Kennedy Library worthless checks by a petit Virginia and Linda Grim-
approved hiring a Universityof
Florida civil engineer to $200.This also solves the problemof club. The proposal was turned Shrine Club Furnishes Hospital Room I Fund. I jury in County Judges: Court were each sentenced to fines,
study the problem. calling meetings when over to the airport for study Complete details are contaln ,, this week and sentenced to a of 135 or to five days in 1.11: I)
The council has asked the necessary., For the past tw. rinre the council questioned \, Bradford County Hospitalhas I engraved plaque commeno- Shrine Club presents check I <>d in a special) leaflet' $250 !fine and 60 days In tall on charges of malicious damage -
_federal government] for $4,900In months the council has me' the legality of the proposal. : gratefully acknowledgeda rating the gift to Mrs. L. J. to Horpltal Administrator R I available at all Food Fair" on one case and 60( days in to a house
disaster funds for repairsto In several sessions eacl check in excess of $6001 I Green secretary of the Hospital E. Edmondnon. At left Is C Supermarkets!! starting Wednesday | )jail on the other. i Lucian ; locker. a Negrowas
Keystone streets and lakes month allot which' were "re Bennett Named from the Starke Shrine Club I Board of Trustees! At It. Na worthy, and at right : County Jude< T A. Yawn sentenced to 90 days In
: from Hurricane Dora's dam cessed" and then "reconven | for equipping one room in the right b A, J, Thomas Sr, E. W. Hayes club treasurer. Similar projects have been i' handed down fines or jail jail for disturbing the peace! j
n, ed''-such at the one Tues new 2 -bed hospital annex. In photo at right. W J, Sen. Johns was chairman held throughout various part. sentences to eight person!! Hom-r Vannoy was dls
age.They met 'in a 30-mlnutft! day night in an effort to At left. Sen. Chailey E. Dodd. Jr.. president of the of the gift committee. of the nation with thousand found guilty by the six-man missed by the jury on a petit
S :reconvened session last Thursday save the town $00 per meet. To I K{ H Council Johns. In. shown presenting an of youngsters! participating. Bradford County jury. The larceny charge Carl Armstrong -

night to pass a resolution Ing. The Food Fair leaflet lists) week's court constituted the ; wall sentenced to paya
"We "
: asking for this money Most Mayor Beaaley said he stll I are especially happy 45 in which these, Summer Term of County tine of $33 and to serve 30
Home ways i
to have these prior servicemen Defective Power Tools
favors for Councilman Gene Williams Using which all defendants days in jail for fraud ot .oom
nothing
of it Is for the Little LakeKeystone "working I boys and girls aided the LI-'1 Judges' Court in
: drainage: p1'obll.'m.whtcl1 but. added that he'would not sinned from the Keystone enllst1; for they have had Include who request them and board.
Fund.
City Council Tuesday night l the type of experience and '! Like 'Russian Roulette'Florida / irary They I
was aggravated. by the veto the measure since th arrd Edwin T. Bennett was training that will continue tomake ,l Playing: baby-sittlnj, shining shoes.)
: hurricane. They have asked council had agreed on the
fruit
washing picking
unit ," said : cars breakthrough in
the our strong
unanimously appointed by a complete
for about $2.000 to repair the figure. The ordinance will go Capt. J. F. Bloodworth, unit workmen are playIng safely w I 1"'e d efieetlvel and running errands!! for :
council to fill the vacancy.
: drainage canals between Lake into effect in January. The council accepted Wil commander. f Russian Roulette with grounded and in first-class neighbors.Each ''I concept design-and PRICE!
Brooklyn and Little Keystone The council also discussed electric hand tools, condition.
I liams' resignation with "deep "We have had a number of Ronald S working youngster, who works t ta
: and Lake Geneva, plus] approaches future annexation problems 1 Jr., Industrial!
: regret and many thanks for applicant that we could not I Spencer State If any tool is lacking In day for JFK will receive a I' adds
to streets leading, to with Chairman Beam'suggest! Commission chairman, declared -
the year of service to Key- enlist by reason of fulling to these requirements a qualified letter of thanks from Mrs I
the problem area." inga possible 10-at-a-tlme .Atone. Williams and his family pan' the written or physical today. I! tool maintenance man should Jacqueline Kennedy In ad
The councilmen'' also votedto method that allows the council ditton, the name of each contributor subtracts
have moved to Orange examinations., CWO A. L. Spencer cited a sudden upsurge be called to make repairs. *
cut their yearly pay. do the annexing; 'aroundKeYlltonf's Pink where he has taken Crosby Jr., personnel of fleer, { recently In the numberof : After the adoption of the will be listed in a
; They also tackled the "ex borders without '
a branch manager' of deaths in the State from electric permanent file at the Library.I,
.. over as portable tool r.ejrulatlons -
tra session" problem passIng referendum.He I said.The I multiplies
the new Clay Co-op office located unit Invites all men interested defective portable electric In 1958. Spencer said In commenting on the pro l' *
: an ordinance' putting city threw it out in favor ol I '
:. .... : there In the Dirndl to visit power tools the trend of electrocutions ject. Louis Stein, president of
... councilmen and the mayoron Mayor Beasley's proposal thai I Bennett Is also employed by the armory during the week He Mid four Florida work from that cause was steadily Food Fair, noted that his '
Clay Co-oP. and lives on satsuma :' all well a. during; training sea- men were killed by low volt downward from eight In 1958 firm is proud to be a part of ; FIRST TIP EVER-

i I St. with his wife, Myrl, I' scone. age electric chock within a to one In 8AFETY-3.. this worthwhile endeavor I -
YOUR HEALTHCHIRoVltACTIC' and two children Tern 8. "Thin In. one of the l rleat'' month. Two men were killed!! Then suddenly came the "The boys and girls who
and Mark 4. Bennett. 32. ha and most diversified units In, A single day with that kind upsurge in low voltage electrocutions "Work A Daj. for JFK". said An Electric Adding Machinefor
been a resident of Keystone all ot tool. during the past Mr Stein "will gain an Invaluable .
the state offering& types
: ; : since curly childhood\ and training. Including; radio and I.II"Spencer chairman of the I month sera. of rrsponsl-

graduated from Meh'OHe High radar repair auto repair aircraft Advisory Council
I School. repair, supply welding for the past three year,f I Ir less than $100SmithCorona .

.. Dennett was sworn\ In by etc., and we hope to reach'a' I I end former Ocala industrial \ WI
Lee during executive \\,.
Mayor Bonsley strength of 201 before/ the urged Florida
Presented nit a Puhllo "Hen Ire. by the the council meeting following year's. end. Crosby clot-lured., I craftsmen seml-sklllnd workmen r \\ ,
FLOKIIIA CJIIKOPHACTIO; ASNOCI; .%TION \1
a .
discussion of old business.Guard and
The unit panned a Command do-it-yourself! enthusiasts \\t, .
s Q. A friend of mine fixperlenred Immediate' relief from aa Maintenance. Headlne Inspection to Exercise! extreme. ) 1\\\\\
kidney ailment under Chlroprartta adh. *.tment_ why! in excellent shape this, care In the use of electrically', \ \\ .
Strength NIek$
: don't ITA. week according to Capt. powered hand tools."tlsblg \\\\\\ 1

Varying degree of'adaptability to environment or body IJIooclworth. I : any of these tools \\ B.
hock are experienced by different people. Their level of Still Rising team of Inpeciorn when they have the lightest \ an
: adaptability determine their health AIM the degree of Each yenr a : n .
IV long aa
defect long
taking
< a \
of technician

composed I \\
physiologic change :which took place before Chiropractic: Guard strength continue to chance like playing .Russian1 I
Field res
Combined ,
care. No one determine how from the I '
ran long a building process
"
rise n Company I) (Mnlnt) Roulette Spencer said.
V will take: Body processes are alike but not Identical. Maintenance Shop) at Camp
: Nerve Interference deplete in varying degree By removing OSril! Hpt. Un. continue' its en- Standing visits each: unit pf! I "The full Impart of the iOllsr 1 Take the time to
a the nacre lUtment and recruiting\ pro- and Inspectsall 'r a single workman on his! find how It I I. '
Interference' Chiropractic cure. can ruins tho Florlda.Ollarl 1 out |lust *a'y
: the 'level of adaptability of the body. More 'eaue'wlll be &rllm. equipment. 'The Command i I 1 family, community and Industry -

experienced more of the time. Five new men were enrolled Maintenance Readiness Inspec U Immeasurable," _.... ...-,* t
Q. L went to lift a box the other. day and! got a MiiVlencatoh a* reported. last week, and fiends conducted\ to.determine Spencer snld. .J.
: In my lack I* this what In railed "ullpped dWT three more' this week. the reudlne," nd maintenanceof : He atrsMed that the portable
: A. It'eould very well be, although it may not have occurred I
Throe prior service men en- the equipment end I I. one electric powr tool regulations '
s a. a result of the recent lifting In ,, cases the I
many condition
tinted on Sept 20i: Hp4 Jack of the most Important factor{ adopted by the In.
la due to old
an Injury which have occurred
0; before. may t>. Orlffl. who has eight year In determlnlnr the unit efficiency dustrlat Commission in 19.18
year. This "catch" I I. apt to reoccur periodically I
with th. tnrai National Guard are 'explicit. in defining detective
II unle the rating each year."We -
t. ** cause I III removed. Actually the pain \14 caused.
by highly Innammed and Irritated nerve, frequently dueS and wa *<<"p/lrate,11ust/ December have, not received our power tools |I NO MONEY DOWN "'"-.'-'d.-_...,. II_.;;."- FIGUREMATIC
to dislocation of spinal rertebrae. If the'rondltlon ; enlisted last Sunday statIng ruling at this time,1 I The' regulations require th.tthe n A1w.MlMwN-H5. MIf IIw.._
I I. of officM (Wa.. yov qual//.> I c.._. ..pr......1.. -nv*. .
: long standing degeneration. of the nerve itself. may have "I feel lout when I am but the unit diti t well on the tools be adequately and |I! WE FINANCE 10OV 5-f fit*_.4111.--.. .....10 -
taken place. not a' part of this unit after I ," commented CWO ...._"'Itv..........._.....
,, inspection BUILT ON YOUR LOT 22 111.*>--+m. -
II
many of .
P years satisfactory j jaervUe.1" unit Ofrtrer. .50
Foster, Supply
-I
ron ANS"Tns: TO YOUR QI'RMTIONM. OR ITHTIIKHINfOUAfATION : |I Albert\ TRINITY r.pr ()
> 1IITIt.TO TUB..
Hp4 W.U r H. John, with I (WIUH MFLKOKEHoly

Northeast Florida Chiropractic. Society two, yenr aim enlisted' prior a Army* did Pfc.Wllllum nervlre -. Civil RightsOf Communion.hays _> 10 a. m. Holy .rJ JIDlWal'er 89

Box 277 H" ltrke. !f'la. 1'. I Lawson Jr., a vet-' Sundays -- 10 am. Church ,--- I .,I..n...... :)'....
I Bran of the Air Force Two Starke
_. Ih hool. HM.l! .
: a. m. Morning .: ... ...... ?'V .
I .d ", e. JIM WALTII COtKXAtlONtr \ __ J"UII Tn
Prayer and Sermon (First S2-p...al-.Iq' .1 I .."..-...-q.-w...IV..ew I
Men RestoredPetitions ..... I
Sunday, Holy Communion). A was bbl -r w---

FLORIDA p.m.! Episcopal Young Churchmen Jacksonville, FLi. 1 I IsiI Adds: 7 Column*-'Totals! : S lo 9D9.039.99:,)

of two Starke men w..a Keever Mi c- -. .
PEST for restoration of their' civil l Vicar,The Rev.' Jean Chancy I IPlu.lle I*. o. net .-ti 1 rw.w..w.vr.x_' ,; ..=;; I SEE IT tiQWl
I .. .. ... ... -.
light were granted at the I --- -
I I'honei 31t1.. .III. I I ....._ ..-..-.. --.- I
CONTROL quarterly, meeting of the State I :.-. -'"- z- -.
If Board of Pardons last. week ', Notebook $3.31: at the I ..-.-r... .4._....-____ --J Bradford County Telegraph1IIfltAWi

r while the appeal of a Negro]I TLLEORArIi.I e ----
. For Active Dog woman for a pardon- wa de-I I I II


Purina's' New- Dog Meal, Only $$4.98 nied.p Given ntotM were'full: and complete"\I -- --

Tommy Hardenbrook Jr.
33. Rout 1 I. Box SO. Blarke.
who pleaded guilty Mr 11.ID90 t, #
Comet Handy \
to. charge of transporting ti \\Vlu\4

Lawn Rakes, only 89c Garden Tools 25% Off Iii!( was moonshine nentenced. whiskey to 1 11 !

month In State prison aervni


ONION SETS$ White 'or Y lloV) 3 lbs for 99c then eight dtichari pitrolled, months for Action one and je of.r was before 'the* -

Pardiwt Hoard let week fie-I t

'''or IJ Iwnn. ,: CMrdenx.' Shrub.* stored his dvJJ right, In'had.I I THE SUMMER SLUMP IS OVER THIS
ing the Hint to rote, the
50 lb. b right." la hold rlrcted ofrtr*.
"Sbeep-0" bags only $2.20SPECIAL
Plant'fqod, and the right or( Jury *ervloe.ned 7l&:, I IS FALL'S FIRST BIG I COOPERATIVESALES

iuuun\ sj. BOUU a.Rox .
e r s !U. atark.. eta had his I EVENT AND JUST IN
civil rUhU% mtorvd He wee,

cot\victed: Nov 12, 111.\e for I I / TIME TO GET YOUR SHARE I OF THE
paadng """roith:>M C'hft.I.and \. i i l E
"_" placed On five t yeai'|! '
probation nUrtinc! Jan. 5.'' tY t3.d 1ST OF: THE MONTH BUYING!

In1 n y action of the cent ,, : ,
eirtii juris. )he .wee dl.. 'II ale1est4


Buy 1 Gal. Ortho-Cjro Plant-Food& $ I charged IVto'Marie IS. mi WimUx-m from probation of IJ04 on Tri-County Shopper v. Will!

At Regular. Price of $4.98: and R. K..virile'. tit. St.rke. .wee n

Get $4.98 Size- Ortho "ISOTpX' convltlr4 VoiuiU: : County.of IIIl1n111.ua"on Nov. In t.I L Be Mailed Out; Sept. 30

499 I i914 and ... ernwncwd<< to
Garden For Only lc Morq
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Spray 30 rtat In prUwn Her appeal -
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BOTH FOR ONLY n and rol.l *for.>a will t<*r ronllnu

Ve When ronrVted of fetunhe.VtrruUnt . ., ,

< are .tnp >*4 ofUvotr '
tights v* v.<. .., boMofOc '5 t The Tri-County; Shopper Places Your Advertising -
: .. 10 .....v. *n JurtM. a nd

SAVE ;: 'J: IA enjoy certain other chU' ; Message In 7,100 Homes In
I $4.97 I l*"iieiee. 'flw rtaKta a.ithh.ht..WU l
.. ad.1e renINrce '
Starke and Tradinj; Area ,,
; or pryW. U efvr4 oxrt. twill, : IIt.-
a f,iiH ana rwnpVrt* .-;...o Utor : '
.t'S".... the Ute ---nt I At The Lowest Cost Possible.! :,,

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TlnnSmSEPT.. 21. 1964 RH.'DFORn cm NTV TFI.I-V.K\vii': ; !afT.1RKF'iAtiilb \ PAGE FIVE


Ill''asrtl Defense Passing Attack Praised Tornadoes Tackle i
I

"hn,'- I I! Rebels Tomorrow t k I RECREATION NEWS.. I

Continued from page One) E
Wildcats Tamed 21-0 By "Team Effort"A e? O
f IIfn"c ">lbow keeps him out and that ll.uitiuti Football Janet Hardy. Inlltru t.Qr. A

a i all1 be the only change.: : "" 1--f\; I Registration for Runtiim' foe of 50 cent each week, will

PrIvtICea this week have Football will bo at 4 .m. bo charged. Further litforma-
th p
team effort, we're proud of every one of them CarolytaNt \
I
been torrtbte! They were
..titHP ( Monday Sept 2Hx limit t.on can be obtained My contacting
Coach David Hurse said of his: Tornadoes' opening a a 4 woes than any In the right I. JO-13: with weight''' the Hocreatlon Office.

!d game win over Macclenny's\ Wildcats last Friday y f dodo .l years since l'v", been here."' I' 'f3 L E cw 5 i limit bt>1r..r years. 83-110 p"und".j j Birth Ortlflcntea'

ke night. +y sat Coach IIur e said Wednesday : 1 nuys participating' will he ro- The Recreation offlo' stilt

m' Usually reserved, the Tornado mentor had praise! nl;:ht. adding: "I only hop Tho Ladles, Golf Antoolullon qulred. to have mime typo of has Homo birth certificate! that

in for every one of his charges. They dominated the Ci:1'y snap out of it by iuno met last Thursday at a nwtrthi tnsmame cold show proof of It... have not been claimed. -These

ol contest, compiling a total of 345 yards 177 rushing:: laic l"rLdQ". :' dish luncheon Our) t thanksto lluloii I. .HonH I certificate are from the baseball .

and 168 passing.. A tough CHS forewall also held the Parents' Night Ernestine Donmuik for, tcle it- Raton 'lessons will b* given I program.
htuvliiK the panthers as
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rival Wildcats to 84 yards, not allowinir them .t the Tennis Ooiut. Pratt Ht 'IPlnygruund
a single and 1 *
, WHO a dfllcloti luncheon Please all boys who still
7:30
C- Set Tonight
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first down until almost the final n"'h Wednesday |i
period."A
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III I a. nice, mnetuiir tt was gixulto have not returned baseball t
tenm efofrt. we're proudof For BHS Gridders Jean Thomas .at the 3::30 p.m. Fifty-seven girls are
see uniforms, return at once :
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every iof them," Coach Mickey AIt I'r. meeting, "e have been nuv regUteind Ht present with iI | .... r

'0 David Horse Laid of his Tor- The 152-pound junior went nIts head PnotbAll Couch I MI UK/ herToday .
nadoci' opening ga-n > wlr off tackle for five yards for DR.1,1 Hurst said yesterday" n ts the Keystone Invitational
Ine over Ma.'clennv'i Wildcats Ills first score on th' first Par"nt's Night fur the Moms and several of the l.i- I' It appointed t

s. last Friday night play of the second quarter and ant:! Dads of ail varsity. ant I dies have signed up to g'> To Welfare Board T1CAynvg1

It UsuAlly reserved' the Tor- IS yards around hs left end unU varsity! grtddcrs Is sot flood 1 luck to t th"hi and hopeto

; node mrntor had praise or for the final one with 2.SI: 1 ta for tonight irnursdrtyi I at. see nil of them amonx the II .,'rt"tllry of State Tom I
1ty' every one: of his chords; They left In the Initial half of play 1# 7 30 In the ttymnniliMnTh *Inner I Adams. has ,announced, the roI n

tym dominated the content com- Another standout in Friday's parents, will be shown 1 The pro Is once again civIng I mimmHalonlng of Mm. HensleM
m filing a total) of 34): yards-: opener wlI1enlor haloook displays, of foottNUI l equipment free loHson. for the ladles ''I Hinn or MUrhe. as \Inmtx'r ,-

177 rubh.njj. .and 188 passingA ; Eddie!: Noegel who earned >{ t and supplies now 'in use by each Thursday. morning at 10 .. n.mrd. of R..lnlV..lfl\'., '
tough BitS forowall aim running1 honors with a 6.3: r their sons and will
held the rival Wildcats to 81 yard average; In five carries a movie of last rrldaj'i ,,11th.. Indies to ant In shnpoTho I' .

yards) not allowing them a and<1 who caught four Elder "'s Starke>cclot\ny: game, weather, ts Ideal and most I f .... ff
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single first down, until almost I aerials for a total of 84 vda.. 1 i "We hope every .parent. or' of you have the rhlldien. In 27i

the final period. One of the passes! was u 61. Tornado! hl&Uh\C'k, Kddl: Norgrl. who n iight for: passes' for ,HI >anl. niitliiKt. Miwrlrnnj.It every boy wtt couch will' at.tend a.'hlsd), MI come on nut. i A buffet will bo served! from

"Our game movies Indicate yard thriller which brought lie'ug' : brought d.1by Wildcat drfrndtrn mi the baker IO >artl I line un a ttl-jard pn''' \ Slut, become better cqitalntrd -" :, There "will" be a railed. meetIng I' IUM.H through. a pm If

that we made very few defensive fans to their feet to open the play from <|uurt mistakes" Hume wild filial, period. ''' aald. 8 at 12 :30 It will he .a rovtieit '. today. with JoAnne' !saw ". '

this week. "Offensively we Nocgel caught/ the 10-yard font. whose injuries Mere ltsdamsgfing the third period when they rei "lii>vn several Tornado/ aerials First Methodist dish) lunrlieon.Tho vet I.iiUlle Crews. irrnwutlneDenmark. : f ,

made quite a few a..< any team pass in his left flat and twisted irr. "oxpecti, to on overed an Eddie. Noegel fum-, out t nuikiiiK tnrkk, Mftrr tackle I i laities. will be solllnithambn'T I or May Hatth '\I

usually does the first game I and turned his way ready for the' tough Rebels ale on the Starke 41 and then bin, there mat r! were not any Calendar flY; Ueff1t: I at the Full lio tier vim next Thiirmlny for '1I / .

he added I through Wildcat defenders to | Falcon it expected to be. on* omplctnl, n 17 yard pass. nun' 'ilik.. him on the ?MIA Friday -- Commission on ,Am October t tn-17-lH Wlnnvnivnn the fire lesson. I .

Quarterback Phil Elder also ) the Mac<'lonny 10 yard line b<.- I of the Tornndoei' blggrrnt. from qu.irterbat lllch.ird, ,, flrnnv b<"ichAppttnMitly. !I, ("hr..Ua". Horlnl Concerns. U (chairman. ,I Shirley Cnmlvn/ t.
fore he could finally be brought scoring threats It he ever gets. Hodge to fullback Jim Yet- '
unleashed a fine BUS aerial' maddened by I 7-Sn: I"| m.Sunday I I .lohns Is co-ilmlrmnn, so tail I {\\ii
attack against the Wildcats down. The Tornado halfback into action. According, to borough for a filet down at 1 Macclnnnv, thrwit In the m c- I -- Build. *? &'hoo.oI.I I lash Paid for ( .-/, (Seat
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which netted the Tornadoes, I' was also a standout on defense Horse the junior quarterback the 20. and prrUnl (h.. Tornadoes took I 9-45: a. m. Morning \Vnrlilu.! ', them, If you can help.K.ntember Una' N. tihftkl er Weal l Al '

complete dominance of the snagging everything i I can run or pass. with competent Yarborough was the Wild- I i over on their IT and marched I I I Hum a MYP CmincU tn.-.tInu .- i I HundaV dept. fol ton. llrlnt, la Tf>"ln.'riith.|

contest With th s senior signal i i that came around his left cor- tuts' mont' spectacular!/ |player I ftl:\ Mini' In ID playa for their I S p m snack Supper. foiMYF I .

caller playing the entire contest I nerback llpot.Quarterblick. l Kxtrn: point kicker< Mike, by fir; Frklay night! knocking)I thlnl Tl>. I I'rlnclpnl" play were e; |p m Youth Mi' 't. \\

while hU junior counterpart Elder wait th" F'lUk. another senior will ul'" II I a 26 aid pulse from Phil Klder: Inns. 6-30: pm. Evening!: Worship.
Donald Falcon Is on the | Tornadoes' !lending rusher be on tho disabled list t hiM Punt Pass Kick to halfback<< Larry Crawfonlnd 7 :SO\ p m STRAWBERRY\ SPECIALS!
Injured list the Tornado I gaining 64 yards In 18 tiles 1 week ulho with n knee' mjuivsnstalnetl Dwight IiIM..':'. Is yard : Tu.sdnyo, l fV-out Park ,;

comple j d nine of 17 aerials :, for a 3.3 yard average Dwight Friday night He (snot RegistrationsUnder TD run around left end, j I I 70 meeting.. !In J-Vllow)ip, Hall '. -.
for a 53 per cent average. Rider carried seven times for expected to b"> able to The Tornaikw also had. I two 131)) p m 'I
52 yards per try\ fullback kick against Santa FeIn I Way Now I I wedncMlayprayer. MeetIng 4-8-8 t FERTILIZER
The two Elder cous'ns'! Phil I I TD driven nulled. In the flnnlperiod rpa.r.
and halrback-fulibnck Dwight Mickey Agner before ho wa praising his. defenceCoach I Registration fl'r the Nitlonal '! one on the Mieclen-I I 7:30: p m Clunrrl choir
Injured carried, twice for two : Hurse had special men I tvhiwsitl .8. 11CUmnls. ..,
a three junior of the accounted Tornado for touchI all''I and nine yards. for a A.5 yard tlon for senior tackle Tommy Punt Foutball Pas Hgue's and I Kick nnnuul ny four Elder\nrtl lost line count when lit qunrtritwck the- ton on ML..lons.. .p. A 30) p. in,. V/Hh 30%; Organic IIIN.e=a..
and halfback I Thomas a t\l\ -pound Htalwart ,
average downs. Mike Prick another j Contest apnsuteI 1 totally by | down and tallmi, n pun" on
Crawford carried. seven times who played almost every min Youth Choir 3:30 W. Now
practice : CJrowert:
>>senior added three extra Tcrwlllcgiu' Motor. I Ia under I fourth down with only 1"'h.II pm. Mr. Striiwprrry :
points on three perfect kicks. for a 4.3 vernge and 30 yards ute of the opener 'Tummy way now' and will continue to co for a first awl another lla>r .\ (;i1SNl| Supply\ Of Thl .Frrtlllr !-

With Phil Elder at the [, before he too wan put out of did n particularly good J..bRnl.o through O, t. i. time when tln-v pushed.. lo the 'o/l.. el, Tn .IakwMo: On Hand. I'leim.. Com* fly ,\n4
action.! did Jeff Warren I .,,... ,....,. .. ....
Wildcat ,
: 17 but stalltvl.Sif tt .01'
helm the Tornadoes took the Knee Injuries to Agner and llurna said. Warren la the Last year nearly BOO.000 ......... '.1........ fa t ...._..,. Talk To UN ,\lMIU&& Your fall,, IVrll CVItTOM COfffUMf..... *.
Wildcat kkk-off to open the Crawford and, the re-Injury of team captain and defensive boys roglatered"' for the competition .\ '' I ..'.- N. I'I I IIIr User U"'llIlr.n\'n&& Awlala.Na..lla.. .. base
1964 grid and marched whih" In the >ii.. xi I.. i 'u..S.| .. ,'I.lnU"
season i I junior quarterback DonuldFalcon's signal clllleor.I now I HIM lUkrrFirst v.. n..rni<.i <.....I., .-r I bfapd..a. fear. pawl! kf loll V....).,*,
60 yards In 10 plays with theI I' knee were dark spots I The coach ftlrvt! had, IIpe"a,1, largest youth pro..rlnot Its Dawns> .. 14 tUunhlnir VllTtl'H Tli. AI'1'ptllT. ALSOl2 () ,... laid .teal .h.uad t..h. ..h..lreset
aid of an offside penalty against kind and j,ro"'I" _. to grow .. aara..a" l ,'..,.par Ader.aaInks'
"I|
In Starke's victory for Coach I praise for sophomore tackle ; I Mill Plastic eaJ .pew" itsuils'- silts.
MulchinK
Macclenny, to thilr Hurse Falcon who had twisted Jim Godwin who, playing his even bigg.r.F.tch I Passing/ 7 I Ynn., a r. bMi. i>r n.>,nriMi' II.S .- : -..---.. by Mae.-osJ
first TD of the year with 7:47: his knee In drill first Varsity contest spelled I boy participating Penalties 'I I 0me. ) ...!( for |llu.rr .hn. "..,. .
left In the first period. Dvilght i prc-garae compete Individually In three Iategori.e I pained. 34S4 ftlwl .haalna. l ..u I la ,h- ab.rNalaal Ivlll. .sure w..l Jooo'.. floe M.-
Thursday worsened tho lnjur\ Captain Warren at tackle on ,' j I'ourl are I .nr.e Sul) tm (Illurk r'ol l)at lhUn.) hMe ...&. ...... P.a4 .Y Lea..
added the second and third' I punting/ p..ln.\
HIMII"IC 177 e7Ihs.aing .
returning a punt Friday night defence! Rune said he w-n: ara required In arr. .a U' .
TOs., scoring the first as a ,, and will be out of action ngainst oleo "well aallsfl..," with the and kicking. points. are award-i J inn IT I "1 veer aa.w.r err tii'i.itnv. .' t tlh FOR STRAWBERRIESUSE _. /a p.._. L..Lha.1aa .
halfback and the second when ..d for dmtancn and ohMMnmu' '.. I i iniUliil' 1 .n I lh. I'ln'Mini.Alliiriiiiy .J."0. .I..1.. Sisal sad
r.Cnmpl. ft 17 lPIMHM ,
lie subbed | Santa Fe this week defensive end play of junior to tl lee lin., deducted'': I Thiinm* 4 I",.c ..MM. sills. .IHI (.... .. ..... (
for injured fullback Hume Agner and Craw. Eddie Douglas and seniors I and art I Int. ny 2 2 MnrHr. rti.r u'n!, ....1 (hl., lit.. .ir i
says for distance iity from the { rump o e.2d: I 'a.ef''H' 'la the -<".. "r the :'i.rd CPA PLANT FOOD iLep. Now w p11, .... l to ,I.
I :Mike Slstrunk and Jan frown I CM (Ctrmlt.: fnuri, ,.a ": fir .
Junior center and Middle line. The program 1* no broad I i Fumbles lost Hy t O : a. I". lath ..,, ,,f 'I 'Star (("oU I "I'rrMliirer AMmirlallon, ) -
I guard Dutch Redding also I that even a handicapped, boy I Yule. "IItI.It..1 Ik1 (VtBri.re I !IUI( iKhorwtnv 'N. all,,_u.) .nf > on only the 5.00KpvnmUt )
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.ot nil 11
mpUlin b. laliii
Convert ToFAST was complimented by both I can competetiuh by Quarter. : *. i.nfr_ lor k*..iTtit II IK; MKl.lt: ) I INt'ltKAHKSt; : :
I Hurso and Line Coach Tony I : boy bus a chance to goon 1 UII8 7 Sf o 0 3t I n..N1r, .hat!! ,I. f 1'nl ,ll.1 tii., U .\ .. 15.00OF
to the. tone,
  • DEPENDABLE Griffith on the job h. did 0 O U U .. .. .., .. w..h. ,in til.. HiiMlr.rl. .
    airalnitt Baker's 2.Mpoun.llenter I| national. comprtlon.. "where, T.wlrh.kawMt: .!.!" T..I trn.nl, I, FARMERS MUTUAL
    Exchange
    ,I Mickey, Well Redding! the winners are given a free (Ills I' Kldrr S. 13 \d runrti. i I'i..l iin.. tin ar .r n.nl.m. (k
    II I played almoet the entire gameaftor trip to Washington D c.. with ''''In.1| right/ end l it Ki:,,01. r 2 ". .-M)rarh.rS.. .
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    fullback Mickey their parents. "> vil,m run and I III.1 i mlriund A I MrhvCii .M t The Farmer, .Mnrktt
    I Agnert! Local winners In ear h age > left _,..1. i of ,me .I.. ill Creel
    LP who play middle guard on will I I'', Jat'.l' ( i aIrr MI.h.. M 14"< es.aa'. ......//01.. ......
    defense. was Injured' group receive warm-up' ... ..... ."..... I

    Mat clenny managed/ 'to pnnetmto jackets' for first place. place. '. ..hr.I\.:, :. krllll; F'1 .. __. ..... ........_ M' JIII..t.! .... ..... _.....ev.. ..: ... .1"(.\ jJm, i ,
    GAS kicker devices: for _0'\11! -- .. .. ..._"' ...._ ..r."' ___ T ........_ .____ __ ._____ .. & -
    deeply "h to Tornado .
    and t.. .. football
    place; .11 .. ph.,1
    'nt.>\ iry only twice. nnre In
    Low Cost Safe the seronil when end for thlr-l pUre
    -- qwirter 1 There (. ao fee for r..g1t ... AT
    Steve Oattwln rrr"v.rMItwaght
    rat ton. and rwllrKir| A1]"
    Elder's fumble nf r
    ton Invltmi all eligible t \ s
    punt on the !fltarke 24 y. through 13. to cam. 'I> ,"I: i II Gateway
    The then it enderl Coup .
    register before the .1.' .
    play later at the 17. In front
    TIM aontMt will be nerd
    of a solid) tilt* iewnll Th
    Oct: 10.Boys.
    - Wildcats also worked their
    - :' may also r..l tT f, I
    way to the Tornado S4 late In
    the nonl... at th*. VUirke It.

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    filling station ,I ; Boy Scouts
    W-j have had a lot of cool :
    "':". ..fiitlvi! (up tan- and we KOI
    Hold ElectionThe
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    c'' ,/ill n.1 of Dora and itas :

    --4, ., /5j! -welrrm" It had become S following ufflLerH at

    -, !ttv dry tit I..'. Doy Scout Troop 70 v.'eroelected
    .. at a m etlng In tho
    I have Leach having run :;o
    Scout Hut on EO!pt. 17:
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    Liicr pl.J>!l- .. I v.sit in i I.,. Junior.. AsiiaUutt. Scoutm.-.
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    huiue uua UK, ...1'0 BO lviyat
    trol Leader Torn Ritch Jr.;
    iMve b.niiJOOIIM
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    'v and luvly kit 11'; (u ... l' 4-eu ...er""anl-
    at-,Arms, David KirklnmlJuartefmaftiM ;
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    .. .jue Haddock Tim m y
    hold down another JOI L Ildcs
    Tho wile aLa woik: in "Thompson i'terlJert0..011"-
    _ wright. and Auhte Thorn
    many homes even wll'i! sut.ichI1ren.
    lit) they have loU: o, David Alo.itgomciy in Scout-
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    uxuriex

    My life fl'iws) alonr- and I
    t.y, to b.- )hippy Suddenly, i I her meeting: and observe the
    Dora Sets OIl 'Chain Reaction'One
    will want to see: Don and Ii i day with a suitable program.

    Serious 'Erosion; Follows Dora think of my old home in Mr The president gave a lesumc -
    I ti&ska: and the hlllj I loved I thing led to another and down a twin oak whichin 1na a cross-cut! saw in an effort or the meaning of the

    I cannot escape the great! nad i when Hurricane Dora toppleda turn fell on a frame build. to reduce the oak to word citizen with a description .
    Oak I
    Banks 01 Water '
    Along feeling that will eruulf me missive oak at tlia: Loyd.1. ing used for storage. firewood while two other of the different types: of

    In my lonely home I cry u Bryan home off Morgan Pictured above are Loyd. young Bryan Cindy and citizenship.The .
    Few If any other Bradford that was deposited in an. loud 'Djn Don" anj: my wall Fond. eiuslnf! It to fall Int' Jr and Michael Brvnn wield-. Tlmmv. )look on meeting was! held In the

    ffurriers had i it as bad all) the other section( of th field bv I Intf frightens i ( :! Oabliy He will i i, newly renovated Chapel at The
    I
    hands of Hurricane Dora as the overflow from Wall:! come and try to comfort me. en a cloth in vinegar and tcp the sugar flour mixture : last I have earned A little rest I Tabernacle.

    Jimmy siskins of WatDf Oik: Creek. Then I am over it for a lime place in a cellophane bag and I Bake 450 degrees 10 mln then and a chance to exercise and It was announced that the

    Oak aection pare of whoxjInnd :: Lower rliiht shows hugo Some of my old fii nds have put in the warmest part: of! turn to 350 dojrrrs) for a longer /, take care of myself. It la fun Slat State Convention will be

    was literally washed a- sand bar that was d"'po lted 4 been critical for they cannot I the refrigerator time until apples are done Ood bless! you all. held In Daytona Beach. Oct.

    wav by flood waters. alTOftIi( another flld! by tin ,.. ., .-y ( understand why<) one gets sad! DUTCH APPLE PIK: and top brown. j', LOVE LURA 22-21. and delegates from the

    Top left photo shows OasMns receding wateTSOaskins : after two years So they d' Pert and slice nix cooking; So the days pass, I work local Union are planning to

    irupectlni a portion of also loHt a plantIng :: sert ma and I pra If lon. Perhaps apples adda'! tl! )p. cinnamon some and walk and read{ inc attend

    his field whom water wash of 30 acres of collard .. some day when they nrf 1 tip! butter and 1 cup sugir UlUjle and prny Since I dn I II W.C.T.U.Thursday. \ -

    ed eight tocn\ Inches of greens, and ten WIJ.3 of ftrtlllzer I I alone they will under*! ind 'I4 tap nutmeg not work hud and wear glov. I ICs

    top soil from a strip some that washed out With Gods help I c-ariy on Use pastry Hend'T to.. Wend I I in the sun and do not have Sept 17. being Tin: RIUHT I'OI.NT: for the
    was :
    150 feet wide. each day a> best I can ''a CliP olfo. .Si CUD brown many dlsheti to wauli I am National) Citizenship I'lay. the uav Jim urlte. Come. In anilwlert

    At top right deep ruts Rive of ground prepared J for stiawhf I have( a good:1 bootc L', i-ad sugar 1 cup lour Put apple surprised. that my hinds are DiadforU County VCTtThose: jour f.ivort I;STTJtIIIt -

    An ,ilrtett of riroMi of ,Kludn"' ,:'HIHI. dnl inoi" irrpenn and I am going/ to our county mixture in a pie pan lined having' : a semblance; of beauty this date to hold its Septo-n- X>K runiitiiln. Pen.<< TKI.EUKAPI1. -

    1Il'IIL.OWll\ to al'u If 1 can get I with pie donah Put over th? I am glad: P '.haP'! at long .

    ,New Hunting Rules Available mere' names to register: thl" -------
    I morning. Tlji" sut% 1 Is ioniUf

    [6 tip and it looks as If thu day n
    Now At Office Of County Judge will tx tile. = [;\

    I Hnj'rTjrJ HINTS To kn-p / !t g
    :Spo/titmen! : will find that !that they may now rt>talnthn II I cheese! fiom drying! out dPs1i
    Florida's n""N'" hunting rules new 10(34-01(: liuntlnff 11- '

    and. rentulatlont: Hive' a new' I t"n"e a t. officer of all Coiinty 4 &/ JLura urQC&sj\\oir\\ I 20 \or<))4 or less", on. II"' ....... ? _.__ .1)3 :Memorial, RrniiluMon __ Sc per woolOiirdt

    look and provide\ public Information Juri"! !! and Hon Hcd aaents.rcciulie ( I If not piiUI. In a.lvmire. _? _____ 1.2.1 of Tluuik. up to M wnrilt.' ___._ 2-JO

    as well as hunting Ul'RIlIn.U; a huntin --- K*.je
    regu1stIons. Tho new tentilatloin % .* licence' to ta'ifl! any typ.- F.uc'h nililUioiial went o>er 20...__._ ._ .03 ail* In C l.tiniriril) ____U.0 wr' Uinll"
    are avalUblo at th, of.. lame or fnrbl"llrll\1l animal at I I Wherein September!'; ) sail Uund"y
    fires of all County Judge swiftly I bv and we wlcomo In fliutliiK& in Sunday School i
    tltno of the
    and their RUtlioil/-U Hrenscdnjents. any year.TJcetwe I, October. I visit a canning enjoy tint one halt hour Expert Recapping I

    Tliey were adaptc'1 fees are: Resident factory and rcult people tu Then( % I tuiMht my Huiula.tXliool Larsen J JAT Hy Glenn FOR ?ALBReady HASTINGS' ( MATTRESS

    from the Floilda Wildlife State $7 GO; neslilrnt County. I vote. I I : Clfljts af fpnauemThi'te < Magazine and Include color ,:3J I: Hcsldent Other Than Oh, suns and skits and flow- has been a piotnotlonand I (I Pee Wee) Crews IF61 block house piers sand ce.1 j 710 Lemon St. alatkii

    lllustratlorui of the more poinutar )Home County, $4.50; Non- wets of June I huvn! sucli) nice! frenhinfti Also) Full Line ofNTW lent mortar mix. roc*, stiel.c7i1.r Renalred.Upholhtercd .
    All thin't toueiher. rival : TIItKH: THIICKTR shell. Ilmerock. roofTravel Furniture
    birds and animals (' cannot In my dims now along Lake Geneva
    gains Ilecldtnt Annual fD! .BO, .
    for one hour j jOUobciM with the KOph Jr. and .tf V I \CTOIl All SIZES' I ( Bntell! BRADFORD & RefinUhedMATTRESSLS
    The new 10 paw publication NOl\.n IIMp'ntt' 10-day $11.BO; blight( blue weather Seniors. I hive 33 enrolled Pennnvlvanln & lIunJap> ENOH: CO. Phone 864-2521, REBUILT

    piovldin general] ntatewMo Ucsldent and Noii-Itesldleiit 1 .Helen. << Hunt Jackson I i, but they writ) not all there Trailer SalesON HARDY nROTHHRS Read The CJa".lfleols", Starke. tfchg I

    ) regulations for both native for hunting on llrsnscd., hunt- All them. poems of month I I ye tN'dIlY. I SALVAGE YARD IF YOUR NAME IS'' New Innt' prlnll:.

    and mlifiatory gamo and Inn only $5.50. by the above author were in ,. Coin- UH. 301-Nortfc1S FOUND AMONG: Til P.]! and Box:: Springs
    infillmatlon and )locution of preserves our ,leaders when I was dill I I Saturday we! not a I Drop ('us A Citrd or Call
    the 30 wIldlife mnii9 (eincnt school snd we hud to aIn com- unity Dny It wns
    BIOII": Infoiinatian: on special Tin..: fiiimi'if OF OJ) mlt thrn to nu-moiy. I fm I I fi-flllve with tints tp with ex ;I : ':slone lteightcs .\T KFIHTKD ll\TFS!'! i AT TilE TELEGRAPH1! before buying any other' En. MIIS. PFOGY HIIAILLR:
    M. A.
    hunt rim detailed mar anA .. lilbiu\ aim .many tontekU .\1"1'0..rna( :. 110.\T cyclopedia Payne ycut 'Starke.;; Agent
    OF riiornrcvllrooker.. ulad that I did- for Itlivu I OpenSllnd4ys .
    / OFFICE FOR ATICKET FREE local representative(! since!!! 1950
    VrgulHtlons of thllt five Floridafonncrvallon ;uilxrn: mostly for IIw YO'IIIII. noil.R F. CON'NUt' :
    I'U. our heart a meant of cxpvrs\ I and EH'nlnJtt! I FLOm1TIIEATlm P. O. Box 603 Phone 884-3794
    rtlttilctt, Is de ,lon! not in our own word, h-i, Tractor pullliu\ (oiili-sts pony INMIIII.tfE> : Al.KNCV: ; : TO TilE tfrh.FKVTOV ...- .',
    of 'til girls anti 1 boys ,, HOME. FOR SALE4 bedrooms -
    I ilrllng tin '
    sinned for elllY reference b /Sunday! Bchool/ 10) *. m In tho lovely words of tho DA I II famiLymimi.
    Florida orUmeit TrappingsAsons Thera was A bin trnt with' I 2 tile bttthn
    J
    Morning Worship 11 a m p.t't.
    plenty of eats to buy I buked: ) Insurance Ul'hlC"l FLORIST living room din'nil
    and reuuinllnns
    arc "IvanKtlistlc: Si-rvice 7 p In Voitdduy was Himdiy and, and I s klU-hen. fenced i back-
    baiiHria cream pie room.
    al) j Included in tile new "!: InvlUrf to .ttcitdX. I walkni-l to i VAiL burnt' Call
    "Bvriyone church a* umiul wanted It fieHh. so got up at' \ The Man From OFFICE MACTITNE3 I| 119 H. THOMPSON ST. I v.rd. double rport. 0 I.
    publication. .!, lUibltwon Sr pustur, L I played the organ befoieIT'S 2:00 a. In. end act about ""n ic,\v'ii.p:nE'IsE I 1, CLEANED!: REPAIREtJ!: PHONE D6I-I13S financing Clill '064.4275' tchg
    Aldrich reminded hunters (. ; r.i:. i.\itrc
    969-10V!
    MGIIT 9AI-3XH1'
    I I'z. I making I PlC. They toM' mitllOJT STARKE TVPEWRITIJISFKVICE or
    .... __ __ J L_- ._'"---- .._ -a. ".""' =-tfl''''., --r,..."....,._._ ..__.. t..a mv 1 I .,I.4 ,.. ..lI. .Lii. ,..:. .. Sec Our Key-tone. Heights : 'I IHSTINCIIM.! .O"Rt: :MRS NEt t n: OLMTTTJ: '
    - .. :' r'fIX! :aF '-:;'- =i:.. ": .!::- :z.'W: ilHLI Ok icrt li< n* II v ll*I'' Agent! fur. 1 Box I Itf We VVIr Flowem Anywhere .
    wits slicked out early! and Rv. 51, Lawtey BOBBY BIQOa AUTO
    brought my pan home lla. 1 24'IiES\ 'l'rIl1l'lcr'JoIIII"uranre I tfchg i BODY REPAIRS
    Coinpanien": ;
    I ILLEGAL My 001.dJ4011 f Fred u now Tel &173-1(1112( ( Di r FOR SALE .F'lll dirt top soil. | I AUTO PAINTINC1FREE
    .. In training at Ft Kimx J Kv \t I I tractor work new and used FOR SAJJrV, IS" ton 58 Chevrolet ESTIMATES

    I ),invr" hud a couple of lotti" i:> | .tale Hre 471-4335. Home Nlt.-- BuUnimiMitnlhlv building supplies W. T. J*rk-l\ truck. Huns good. See alt S. Walnut St. Starke tfch Flu
    <
    4> from him and he 1 U very btisv 10-Wide Prices .'""ft1..nt ,'1..ii on Uulldlnif Material and )la.| HollU Knight, 131 W. Cat) I I

    but iieulon aloiix\ fin Me hits chlnery Supply. Phone 964-. st. ttchql FOR RENT Klnwley Lake

    i For Any Person or Persons to Engage in always, ended a bit this time. M.H.M.A.Approved. FOR BALK: (flood 'business 4001. trch|( l E!: W. HAYES home. :2 r bedrooms nicely furnlahed .
    to leave his work SlId everything and rtsldentlal, properties in Well heated conni I

    to take W< military Starke, Improved and unimproved -: ITKE OH COMPANY: >cttn\ ; Karag private pier l '
    tiitlnlriir It "') dlirupta the II V Knight p o NEW & USED I Two baY' service station for and boat ho l>&e. Available

    I i:M, Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless life. of a young man. I belilvoU ItIlo" TOP BRANDS Drawer F. CVv tfchg CHAIN SAWS rent at State Rd. 100 and Sopt 1 to June 1 I. Call Carl
    but
    Is FOod for them Walnut St Loire volume location John. M4-4''OI tfrhir
    <| -',-t them bark In thetrtmbltt ) J Years financ- ':fns rt A. NFWMOMFFOH $50;; Up I II : Paid! training avail.

    aw lot two
    The Name Is Registered : hIM putty rv-w shoit car and \ I nicely. furnished house" with. )
    ; ing Available miles from city Phone day McCulloch Dealer 1331 or write P. O Box 3157.
    his tied, U Inking care of the 964-8174 night 064-S171 Station F tfchg earport Recently decorated
    tfthn I Wbcon_in & lirizin For a couple or with an ln-
    REOISTER NOW FOR | ant child Reasonable rent.

    Read This Florida Law .,. HOME: !: FOR" SAIE3 Br. 2 & Stratton ADULT EVENING CLASSES Inquire at 73J IS. Thompson I

    bath. CB. hardwood floors. Myer Power Tool -B\jitc: and high school refresher -'I! St tfrhgFOR
    P
    .3J 13M BUuidirm Court phone rournes. mdl.idualised '
    230: N. E.: 16th .he. SALE Appro 4>4
    1WM-3184 J tfchg Instruction Start at any time
    CalMft"iUe! 376-3111 : acres land with sis
    E "Ht 1 hall be unlawful for any person or pemona, a* defined ker. .I.! tn *JOO pnr course of 18 week. room
    : FOR SAlE -- Flat Id* 90 Negro adult.. students apply to : 'hour*. bath and screened
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    ".itf* In Inline: /, a* herein defined under a flclUlout name a. herein 41.J atratrbrrry pUnta for sale IS the Adult ,......c.Uon Office porch Central heating ReI .

    third wiiluiul ,,"d l iinlciM Mi"ld flctltluuM nanie .shall b. registered with (the AUCTIONLIQUIDATION acre EMn j HUrlln 3 minouth FOR. SALE S room hoUcorner *- SC Wing USO BuikUnw rt"U''I cently landc.pe. and drive

    -. clerk IIf |'h. circuit' court' of the county where (the principal place of buaine of Glen St. Mary. n* Cherry and South 1 t.o.4 p. m dUly or write I! added Hollywood Termite drapes In treated I
    4tp B 34 941- every
    RUrrU. B*r mln Phone to Adult Education Drawer 10OSurk .
    Is. with rrcl. ,t ration shall connlnt"', of flllnjr with the clerk aforesaid an affldnvlt LAIHEHSEVKHAXi :M4I1 or M4-71I1 tfchiiXtPS *. Bu 'ine.n. foreign: room. Hot point stove Includ.Pd. .

    idcnrd l h1 .H Inlrrctted person*. ntatlnff under oath the namce of -- rood territorial. WALTER' : MARTIN:- language, and music course 8301.. CaU t6 -2121 or tfchg M4-

    .II those lalereslrd! In (1h4' buslnewi! enterprl. the ettent' of the In. SALEIi.nno open Cu>U>nwrs Co..>. our available tfrhy
    FOR" !SALE! : "Florid* eo'" > A. C. MLADR BL'rUIS'a)
    t.i-.*t of MCh. ,nn.l I lh. (fictitious name under which Mid bujtlnejw! l la carried "xctUiif new ChrUtnMs lineyou I FOUND Frmal' Hound i .
    : ) a: IIKICIITS.: : FI.OHIIJV how thin and earn Mtra..bt'rtJ' planU.< Ready I IChlC'ltrn I ANn FUrMBlN'O Price* you
    on. Said resist ratln.i.. may not be made until the person or perwn denlrlnK u bin 'WMHUy Inroro ..lth Avon I I now C A QrtTfls CaU K4- I Contact J. U IU de. SUV 'I **n afforil Call oe a r.. m* at

    to enrage In hnnlnt I under a flctltlou.1: name ahAlI have advertised hla or Writ' :\Ira. Ould Sweat. P 1491 and Kt them any' VKl Farm. old BrcoketR horn after 6. Phone :259-4491.!

    their Intention In rrsUter$ !Mid fictitious name at least once a week for four Sat. 1:30: P.M. Sept. 26 f> now S4O Uv Oak ". mnrnlnr tfcht 1 4plniNOW tfehcFOR .

    :((4)) con* 'cutlve wcckn In Mime newspaper as defined by law In the county ilNE.; IIOMIJf: FOR SALE FOR SALE 'OR RENT 1 % 13 TIME (to Chine transptantWbterta TU-. I RENT- DntriM apart.meat. .

    ahafl not beAccepted .lrnp.dy. .....'....1. of 11111.IS; TII"T"r. .\ IN !IT AKin: at.ol'9' build I I furnished' [ trees. on* bdr. xmi fjml a*1
    :where and mM registration ,
    .said reclxtratlon H t to be made I i low trrw tvtVnte bushes
    lilt<< ITMF.VT: S by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of _U.& 111 N TMDpte! A".' SHI cheap.. Mrs Charlie Co.- ) .
    ; I' ". ll.I'i"sI" Mllh II \K \C.r. \?sI l. IMIINT SHOP, i slid 4 brat room two and i'i I s. In. Cam Ward. 41 :XO
    art. Rt :2 Dos '4. BUrkr.
    Ph.. .. XH.-I m tfchf t .
    .ueoh three baths BxehMtv rwldtntul .. << rrv Rt. tfrttfWANT '
    publication. I- I.' ..loh I. rieuiplrlrly. riIClpiwI. .bhnf>tt 944-1441 2tC"h. 9 54CUHTOM
    5r I
    area AJC Uw most FOR RAZZ SO Owi n> shot' TO *.rr-. 2 or J
    '
    T.....,. .ml, Print ..It.... .. a <4.OOO< HI "|' E."" SXIMmitMU. itlwrunirMtlrui Prlre run tun-d>>uble barrel Ound rondlthwv -, HAY BAtJNOContact .bed room bouse In Oars toga
    If engaged in business under name much I..M than rrpUcrmen' O*I1 Don lUffwell. M43600 << J. O B you are any ( i. lot1* PN IM. t". IMrrrt sad .....- eoat*. nquute: '* run from tfrh* 112 or phone Ml.Mor
    ; : +. 9 34WHi
    1500 00 upward to fuJI esalt CTxie H.H Hampton Up I
    suing ---- In rout. M> KaUr..d.
    Kindly UU u* what. you FOH SALFI.TPwr1 reevuoed I. :
    prtc WAAH and Itm or
    other than and have not had this name ant. we haw II and will .b* wall l hr.t r. oil' drum nrPLOYwrNT -- Forrman snend bi horn* C.n .*..-
    your own, .:.e.-.. ..... .w.I ....... lIMY ... ........ iisraL.4y |'ld tU>> show &It and atand. 'flwrntMic Ctm-l on sraAll ranch !*rw C B 2.1 Ii)4 my 4lrh. Ie.I .

    er ...... buy .- .k4 ... AJ Thooww. Realtor, T lM46701 11'01..tth fn. Excellent con1drtiun. I tr hone partly \
    rhr-p. Ptvoo >44-1 Un4 with uttUOn Include I FOR" '-r-M&-. for teem 2t

    properly advertised and registered \we will\ he T"I. pi'wp.rty I. .......... $l\at: n. Soon.c, ii Ill5Ib. 4392 t .24 plun salary Mut '- f'apallot [t rarnUhed kpw. rrmttr now -
    4 tIot'U K. .U'P futoat full or I 01 general farm nrenornt I I I more )later Uxhu and Water

    .i 2 "., I.. .s ..... .. K-e 11, .......... jta..c. u ....... r-' Urn. Earn I JS to tISOk W""TED-u.tw Utter In myhoow Pge. Mvlrosr.. Ftoctda. 41$. furnlit' -1 or
    rrk hUn eocmauMtan\ Mu1dl-Med U4y For I Imorr S.4I for Interview Itehe ..
    on .
    4-151 If.
    Information $....____. .4 .M.'U.. .. 1. 5m11'S. s........'... ""4 .round tnfoniMUon cU 944- r
    glad to give al! as to and bonus swmdy y* r
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    you necessary ........... ..t _.. .....11 .. "..,.... Th.., a.. t. Mialn***. EQutpnwnt furnlWvN .a-tl; ?Ttrh I* I I I FOR RCKT: -. On-. with be lruo..i 1 1 POR nALE$114. KfiUr blI
    trmUrr trailer .am- p
    ) fr-. WTM to M' 'm. CnK I 1M Ford Cronobnr Ftrfcvp'
    ....... s.ti... a tS _..... r"T'". ...&. .". ....... ) + 730 N Hw.ru Ort..ulctl. >> FOR RENT: 4 beUJtimn con icm t and overnfcrhtPtwn petting Take ao paTtnmU. Call WaJ-
    .
    what should do.BRADFORD lto'tw btork w.sse .tth asor-| Wem.Znd Tt"N1n' Part .9 Me-IMI 3o! I' u
    you t.s-Iai .em t. ...a ta. 4ruWa.I .... roroi In bck. In CitY M I IIW'1' -3'31 or M.-::UI.

    FOR n.mJ.xtS.tIer: oil hrttWOOO month r1an 001* i ,, ;i FOR RtTTT FurnUbed 3

    D B T V Bk. new AUot : 54 H V KAtant. 1). W Cam I room sad bath apt. carport.
    %* ran* ttor IkKpntr rrPbon ttrlur FOIIOAIZ- U n 4 bunt CUltUre nmUatWHl $4S f"Tsnoneh.

    1PfsS<< M444A4Will :! .w WCa.pPl' Q5,4rorUuw I )tn. U D. Orwn. M*>
    2teN 1.1 MAN:- WA.XTO FOR full or ) %. cw.t'WOay: Lr.- I 1,11 ,......
    prt. Ucnv work toOn .. a' .... 00i S WaJdD 3tf 101
    COUNTY % TIttiies a-..... j: Elu.t.Pu&i murrm MattI.1 ; FOR' RCNT 3 be-draum f.n>-

    ,. gflQxS C"VMVtM" **. 4 IW an4 < *vt ix are*. If to P'OR1' -frurniMtod pnop.ny II60d how ,Mty 4>To>aw.d
    .. I 2 ..rm'. *Mll co ::rr*, mm(er .m.tdrdr.' wr .*d plm* WTM* phan I stwr e.r
    I CASH DRAWINGS t.I wtwrt artv. Jeep .-smv'a-' HOT W Tee 1M E. "F "' tlwu14ue'd a.n ]1' Wm *)-. "" Hi* teOi ,....

    TELEGRAPHJ n AT" C.aup. IU. I. 80' .a... rU-Fboo 2I- ,.... Call: anrr I eo p .. Oi.tc. )( after 43 p.

    = '. -' j.t.. '-, ; 73. *,t,. 254ia 1..1 rp i.e .41tL 3tp .. 11 -.
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    8T .RItE._ ORID.\'t'llt'RSO'V.F.I"T._ !'; .uI9IU ___ __ ___. ___ _____

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    hn.ssee. Ort :3Claaws \ I Main of the IVmkmobllo ", I short visit with her parents trafflo for a perlod. .] of 34 hou......

    to 1 lxjudgott are Icw for Hampton-tills! .1 and Mrs. Milton Mo. poured rormlatlna of not l less
    ClotlilitK I blue jeanal child U one of the I J. C. Adkln was able to re than .1 IS Kalloim per square

    Home Cum Menu Sfltx-lion! and tops here Scheduled to homo last week after an ynril followed. by a coat 1 "f No
    11 .!Is..
    Color In the Homo Hampton( from! 11 a. m I stay In Itrudford A third coat of tar will x

    I Olrla' liiU'rv.sU-d In !wIng 11:60: () a m on the !second 1 >unt\1\ Hospital with an in- poured ronslntln. of not !I....
    Some Dare .Call It HokumSeveral Demonstration on the two\ JuiUInx<< uwms are ; fourth "'n.I.IYch hip than followed 31. gallons per square :yard.
    by a coat of Noi
    urged to cvmUct MUs Russ Uio Bookmobile tops I .1....

    light away Hampton Kli-mciitiiry: MUST it\rnvr Th. Board rii..rva the right
    weeks ago we urged a policy congressional investigations' revealedthe Notes QU'U uttrnillttK the mcrttngvre on tow north. side, Um 11.1It ) ('nt''IK'ii. sr.MtKK to' rvjxct any and all Bids

    of-Read Think and Investigate shipment to Russia of one-half' the : Pati'lola. Ann May.Mi \ :. !S.< Sun fYS: IIOKii:. I' iKIOAL)Charles A. rinrhy

    thoroughly the of and the technical ROM I AT IIOI'M' :\V\lt.MI\U: Sermons for Sunday; Morn- CMARUKa... A. DARn,.. CIJCRK17
    sources your U.S. stockpile of uranium By Dorothy : \iy Lou CH>pt':r, a > \ rs Alvnre -
    I '- -urt Up Your Kyra. tAiok / It 4
    information before drawing any con- assistance to construct an atomic 4 Dome Demonstration Agent .. Tr'phC'nl.leRne.: Alice I Women of the ,i iChristian >I The Fields. John 4:39: MIIIY |
    clusions in this bound-to-be bitterly investigation Knight, and ThcUiui KnightHAMPTON church !iiivve' a ,i, ; : TIIH C'IH4'I.IT TOINTor ,1
    "The congressional .
    !: '
    bomb.
    : 'nitf OreatncM of lilt '
    houH.uitmlii for '' ( -- tltMIIIII < OI'M, ..OR- II
    pil.se> :
    fought campaign. revealed nothing of the sort, nor Tile I int. IM' I""U'H': '.
    llaptl.tt. Matt
    --- It....twH w..wt'tt'.t.e and \Mrs. a K;: S S Ibley ...I( ; 1'5'11 'Yoi li.ella:
    Nothing illustrates the necessity of was there even such testimony says NATIONAL 4-U agcment and fliuinclul support eventitii. Sept 18. : 11 I K\.: .lyn M, II.,..., Plaintiff,.

    this policy more than two paperback the report. CLl'B WEEKTo I to the 4-H Club effort Mt-nxILx-rd of U\e\ toadh'..' Services. for t the week : BunI I \tit... iiwrgnV. )l,r...y, p rendn .

    books that are now infesting the "The testimony referred to was l pay tribute to 4-H\'r.1 They offered funds for educational ,'11' of the church and I I \Vol'lhl ). U a in. 7:30: Norton OP.. !SUIT

    newsstands of this country. given by Maj.\ George Racey Jordan throughout the Nation the material, award, re- 'I' hUHbands mot .nt the (' i, m Sunday School. 9'4J a In. Th> Name Of The CMata Of
    IV Mr. l>. t:. Mill( PU" rl<.u T i
    One of these- "None Dare Call It who wrote several books making sensational week' of Sept. 28 to Oct. 3 has coimlUou events and when ant dix>ve to the Slblm Training,, ; Union. 6 t IS p m ....
    tl.rlr.n W ll
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    I'liuue 8-IUa <
    Treason"' which purports to be a charges but whose accounts ben proclaimed National 4-H called 1 upon provided tech at lheres.iii for tho ".....".. ,i .-
    "documented" account of how the U. that Club Week. nlral aanlst.nceI ,..&...&.............. Kofrcstinii-nU of cake, :30 p nt. 10..U. O*..rvlaVim
    : varied much from time to time .
    so
    At the same time the Cooperative I v Ti'FFEI) roRK CHOPH!< and pUIt'hu'n' served urn .h.rohy ni>tlfl.<1 that
    S. is going to the dogsor the Communists his charges have been discredited. FIUK Ill': *."UTMENTNMES : : I \IIIXON: STREET: : a ."11 fur illvoruti. .and slier. re
    Extension Service of | Cut pork chops to 1 ll, to :3 Rtft of a pule. lamp was. lief hrtN bin
    is being widely distributed where in this reference does :Maj. Jordan the nation's land-grant universities Incites thick Cut a pocket extending i : rF.usnSStL1"l1't' : ...ntt't! to the 1 Hlblcys by fur'a ii\rrisr!< fiicitfii von hy Kvciyn: K br"ll ttaht.r..ry against In the

    nationally with the blessing and assist- or anyone else refer' to such information and coUevea this from the tat I'ldJb department organtsa- group a"""" al.,1.' l Court. and oaun.
    tlon and t discussion of the' !Sill XV. MadUon: St.' and you itr> h.r.l>y nummonvl.ir .
    ance of the John Birch Society. being sent to Russia. Con- year ceMiratea lu 50th anniversary I i ck to the bone Suit 1 and needs of the recreation boardwere : I..\n\ KOKSVTII II \H Sunday Sumlajr School .. ..lr.il. and rewired. tn file
    American It la n branch of the : Fill with the mummy r\IITY your written answer nr fenwn
    Author of the book is John A. cerning the shipment of pepper pocket both sceompllshtd at a I ta.: 111. Morning Worship.
    I In the """'!.I'al"t' In Mid
    Stormer, chairman of the Missouri\ uranium to Russia, Maj.\ Jordan confessed U. S. Department of Agricul following stuffing For each double mrctliw In n"mplon'City '' LJnda. fI'8)'tJwt\" .00 a m. Tralnlnn Union. In She itrflfa. of the .nnd..ralvneil rain'
    chop flee: at. a blrtlidity party at I'l.-rH, of ....10'I, rV ...t Mlarke.rinrlila. .
    ) t
    that he
    Federation of in the testimony :
    Young Republicans same ture.Fifty lisle Tuesday of last,, Hpm. Kvenlng Worship, .
    years ago 4-H had 1 1 slice dry bread (Icutx-d home on Sunday Brpt .n. hefur (k'tnb.r
    ,
    a member of the Republican State was "embarrassed" at having exaggerated week 30 p Ill.WMnt.sdgy. t. I Ira. end ,.i .n. a copy
    barely! {rotten off the ground and toasted I 1.:1: tablespoons with 17 litn-Mn present.Linda ;, iNniniyihir
    Committee of Missouri\ . and the amount.On (On Uie fire department. C 'III".t Midweek .
    a Participation: was spotty. I ISponlOl't'd melted butter 1 tablespoon! the ktunhter of iif iiixm tulle V. Knight,
    member of the 58 paragraph 3 Stormer' R. Cox has. I been named. fire 7:30: p m. Hev .plalntlffv MI* >ritiv. whose ad.Area. .
    John
    Birch !
    So page program were still chopped pnrjiley \MiVernon F*'r"ylh, .
    ..1 .
    < Rowan, l I.tor. .
    coinmltutloner by the citycouncil I. l'" t irrii 1 '" rirawer F.
    ciety. Close to 2,600.000 copiesof says' that "weapons and ammunition a dream of the founders. Mix all together and fill Into .. three yenn. old on Sept S. MtarH. .i, KlorliM., on.... b.fnrMMhl .

    "None Dare Call It Treason" were' supplied to the (anti-Castro) underground Agricultural extension agents I pocket of chop. TV stuffIng Addixi, and. L lost O week John,were firechief I rF.nsoN\i.s: I nfaeii riMt, will. nth. Ii, .....1.. d.*r..... yen.
    entered' against
    have been circulated nationally, accordIng in Cuba by the CIA in such were showing young' In chop or falltt-n"Ith H A Johnson' asstitant I Mr and :Mr U 11. mil
    insure could farmers how to grow better. metal skewer or round toothpicks rrtuntnt Invite last. ..... t. 111. 'OM tlllt. This nnltir shell be publl...h...1
    to one official of the Birch Society a way as to they never chief. Rlclrarct Keys captain, i : .
    ......, .
    corn for higher yields. They' ,, flour chop: and brown'Quickly from tltm to ,1'' r. r four .."..._..t....
    and His 'documentation of this 1VII.'II trip I Ihlgham. Th. liii rd| .
    many of these have been given be used. Matt. Ire, Robert C"Uh'hl'lt.C'Hrl olonlnly < .m. Ivn.lte In llrmlford.. County
    ''
    encouratred the :youngsters/ tor I on both sides, Place! Alit and Flint. .. iif ,
    "" lir away free or at reduced prices. In charge is cited aa! column writtenby raise a pig. to eat the In shallow baking pnn. Add Eland, and Mark. : Norman to vlolt" relHtlvea. ': "' '. WlH r.<-..IVl> IMIllMl. lll >|inwr,. imhluhed, In enlilltnM
    the Cleveland Edith Roosevelt/ in the Shreveport lleutennnta\ Oruanlwd. lo no i a In..n iHHith.r. \\ hand. and the
    area booksellers receive The fattened hOlt cont'l one-half"' hot water and I mv'
    :
    cup .. .
    prrnonnvl. even for a voliliitrer Ft"tl'rIra'roy: ;: | in the rittirtriiiMii. of lh .ccl.! .,f ni.i. isturi al ilia.".,
    their copies from Klein News, a large Journal of Sept. 15. 1962. reached the Sunday cook 350 degrees' P for 4ft I ITuivernlty! \Medical. Center 11, .Utmittff. fir th* fillt.%irlna rii>rlila. this ut day l of Hep.Inmlwr .
    Said the NCCR "If Edith table. minutes to hou.rt.1I dtlwutnutnt, are required I .r.l 'nrt''. Inn' I "rue .yusr.| ,. l Itelrrlttt't'rr
    distributing which receivesits report : one .. .
    company for the area to qualifyfor CMJ..vlIJ.lol"'Y.: where .... ..r ...,.livnv. .I! lln..,ihi>r. OOltHT HRAL:
    supply from William Shepler, area Roosevelt, a frankly partisan right- i I Girls ralvd plirm too but I II IIOMK: : IMJINO I I lower fire Insurance. mtea I was, to iindcrtm siimeryJivce I .,."", I.. in.' f.'llawlpr.. .1..1| l el i'h.rl... ,\ "Itarhy. )

    coordinator of and public spokesmanfor wing writer, had made such a charge, j I for and the moat part they grew I Monday afternoon 4-H girls Fire flglitlng .srn'lre may be Conklln. who \ ,.prlm.r.na ."ni| I hn |phlral1SI.IInr A. I'l.rk, .if rid ,burl./11. 4t .lfPlaatle. <
    canned
    the John Birch Society in that city. it would not necessarily have been an I tomatcxs. The a.iseinble' to l't't.t'lv.tnforma- supplied three nvllrs In ewrydtrmtlori I been stavlnu with ..r ....i b... IIMH.. III.
    end product: was also\ added to tlon on tin 4-H Home Judging < and staking. In \ ; ..n. ...r ..II. p.t| epesr| >...1.
    statement. But the fact is .
    accurate front Hampton .
    Disturbed by the implications of i the family food supply, Content. to be held at the I ,...., 'wl I sill" 'n 1'.1 ho iti>il-' Notebook $2.s al LbsTiI.If1KAI'11.
    I" arrived home '
    the book, the National Committee' for that she said no such thing" in that Tne Mole idea behind this I North Florida Fair In Talla fMK! : Tilt: ItOOKMOHII.K: : flunduy i ...1| but win' ''twin 'luxMl. to : : .

    Civic Responsibility (NOCR), a non- narticular column or any other. | unique service wall to tearh! ResMents are remliwltvl a-

    profit,. nonpartisan citizens NCCR also criticized Stormer's' use the children no they could
    group, I ,
    formed in Cleveland in December 1963: of other right-wing publications as prove to their .parents. that I .-"'-- - -- -- .. -

    there were "better ways" to
    "authoritathe books. In 32 instanceshe
    decided to track down of I
    some Mr.Stormer's .
    get the job done! Bo WM born
    refers to the publication, "lIumanE.n18"
    "documentation" with ur-' the 4-H slogan to: "Make Thenest

    prlsing or perhaps not so surprising which the Anti-Defamation I Btottt'r I

    -results. League has called "an extremely rightist And right behind the! Extension -

    A research committee of NCCR !! Washington! newsletter. I Service ram the ,

    checked The other book which "should, have bunlnesa. men to offer encourof I
    43
    item' of "documentation"in
    its background thoroughly exploredby j I
    ,
    the book and r
    concluded in recently
    a '
    rational readers! "A Texan looks the time long ago when ..nI

    published report that, . the at Lyndon," the current "l>ook of themonth" old wooden! bridge was there, t
    book I In '
    at best'
    an incredibly '
    ,
    poor and the late Dr Mddletoncrolwr'd
    for right wing who
    .
    job of groups .
    research
    and ,
    documentation : have passed out an estimated three U In a. flood with,
    and at worse!' a deliberate hoax anda. Mr MktdMon .leading the I
    million copi.s.According I'
    fraud. way, on foot, to show where

    It to Jack Anderson, pinch I the bridge .....
    gives the
    of
    appearance I .
    hitting in "Washington Merry-Go-'
    being tM well-documented
    it claims study which Round" some of the material for this 11River., too hit a record
    to'e.. Nothing' could be fur- ht.h.. could boo observed
    Texas
    ther from book was gathered by a wealthy
    the truth. [In case after from the bridge at the Stst
    rancher with close ties'! to the American -
    case the author has subverted those' Farm where the flood water. rrlDTwrtlOatwuAStiwulrose' }
    Nazi Th. of this
    references (in the purported documen' party. name nearly reached UM" old wooden .w

    tation) to give a totally erroneous impression "researcher" Is Thornton Dewey, who, treetl and spread out in a

    and even to according to Anderson, has contributed hugs lake. At the old Flowing : Now.Iookinto the worlds
    say precisely the
    opposite of what bin own 'reference money to the American Nazi party Well Brldire.. the river war a I many :

    claims," the report declares.. and has .entertained; its fuehrer (leader torrent traffic was blorked -

    ) on his Texas ranch. and th* now bridge/ !
    NCCR criticize. Mr. Stormer's washed out
    frequent Iy &I'1'l
    -
    use' bf the Congressional 0 Rec- Author of the book is J. Evetts Haley ( S

    ord and congressional' committee another rancher and crusader fur fix thing w. noticed everywhere \ ,. ""' t C 1

    hearing-, as attempted right-wing causes. lie founded a vigilante we. "went, though waaj

    tion. .'In'mo t Instances} Mr.\ documenta group culled Texan for America that everyone", was taking advantage i
    Stormer
    Life described of the chance to do,
    fails to give the Hame of the which: magazine asa
    person "crackpot" organization.' While Dewey !' sonxt flahlruf Ho although
    whose testimony h* rh(>s upon, or entertained the fuehrer Dora did a lot of damage( al
    I the Haley
    name of the
    person who inserted least she brought harvest
    brought :Maj. Gen. Edwin Walker to
    the material
    into the record. of fish\ too.
    his ranch to urge him to run for governor e
    "Since ;
    the Congressional
    Record of Texas. Walker'is the general
    contains As Ham U on vacation we
    material on every conceivable/ who was investigated by the Army went over. lo Un beech, for a

    "side of every Issue along) with much for trying to indoctrinate his troops picnic. and &hen.t AtAuKuUin

    extraneous material, and since. hearings with John lurch Society literature. .. found our fsvortt -


    contain before testimony congressional from many committees unreliable Anderson. Bob Wilson reports, the that GOP!CaliforniaRep. congressional a..", and spot that had UM been pUre& weaned was of Total Performance for '65.1 ... 'Nr'M a'I'=7t::" &

    sources, including Communists., In. devastated In fact ateiut Utf
    campaign chairman trying
    I It U necessary to know who thin* that was the same
    is
    what If one Is to wiring to line up fellow Republicans to Insert taw MUM of *Vnirhy* -
    properly make \\00\1
    an Haley's smear book in the Congressional making their regular
    evaluation.
    Stormer seldom. provides 1
    ..
    this information Record, chapter by chapter, ao it can
    in his documentation. .
    be mailed by Republican Conln'"mf'n

    "If the reader does not understand around the country at taxpayer' ex- At our pUr& the ground .1

    the nature of the Congressional Record pense.. I was littered with wheel /wigs.
    and dead t branch**.
    and If he cannot differentiate between both live
    I testimony before To many readers the so-called "doc- pine eon' ne 'xll..*... and lvnMl '

    committees, and the findings! congressional umentation" of these )winks will seem I ..,.,.. Oanlnff up U a bU

    committees"' of those impressive and few will take the timeto Job and U you v* a w.lthtproblem i
    he may be! led to the fW discover for themHhtht' background arid tummy whW-h

    conclusion that such "documentation" want lo low get out and
    Is of the authors and their aourees you t
    necessarily' official or factual.As of information. bend down a fw Uiouaarultlrnea

    one of many instance, and yowll get rM of Hqulekly
    of ml
    leading That I is why we have urged our ,

    vestigator, "documentAtion NCCR in readers in the past.- and do MI again, e .
    state
    that
    on Page 29, here and now-to read think And new, st the tim" of
    paragraph two of "None Dan!" Storm and investigate before accepting such .rtlUi.. wt anikajsty a- 'Ms ctae.U1M '

    u would have the reader believe thatw. literature all factual. .&JUrI<< __I tog on the 1'C.Ir..1: ; (wis

    .biters. ..--. 0...". ftIw..U
    Ford !
    'I about -best yet to
    pn\8'd\ out In the II" year go
    Ia4 I.ww
    r1naed.we the aaoto vntunan .

    Farmer's Diary .... In. and well aw If Owl t

    also (rot orrr to Worth- old ...* that '1JctIt""" .. 3 Xrnx* -* a nor rrvrW1' U Irv 'lo f txtmlnrtr. ', quktee. ilk seer. Nr-w ti"kt.4.. few wise. 'hae.fw5ewr. Lrlet" hrt"S ,II..n "n. A livelier.v(, "
    .. theI
    Inttf/n flprlivra and aa r Uw .reef .trine" ( *.In afmdOF "luAMTJ Mlf*.. titr '&) f u.d. .,f .< new ,>fM ;Jw.4 ,......ene,. ...w tttg ties enRser, ...sil.r ..,..,. ',iI 2 'hwtSe. V 1 ..,,1utM. SoI"

    ly ... MeGane7 a., r .& U..hie....... flood _* V>.plate.think *wtta anw.would hao- "''a, to we deem .... ,.._r"".". New' "_I" -I" of ...laea.at .. t_ .I.s..I. Ctulwe; C) \f41ic ...........1.

    *. wvftt up to JrkjanrUl fort Map rwtdrfrt within U of mtroury thai aryl at pen ,V e* e.r l. Il-* aw Mew w.e14_ .f .l..f*a,. (17 w.litt ewe 7tt ....1M he. l"ladup' afwlIWLTUZ I:mvsea. .J4 New wsvW.4. _, ...11 r"sU&< K>4 whit rp'a& ,

    and rM4 ....- foifca At AJU oacb Uw racta wMnu.rn. nr-stIw rain MOW, with Ui* Ne Is.Log. a sew toI,.r twisty ..r..... Mash .ItuwIs. ............ Yew" <<1'4"irMl..J.. I.. |)";, pear. f fuel 1 CMMMiiMf a* a new U..lUr.

    that ttiM. Otrr had been I .*. ateual tuwr feet' below. .,.. ester. lakte. .. as tin aa tt to ( soil. t fi._ !"."' irt* lrrw 15.11.i' r- ...... ....... w 'kil U 4_ whit Ofiiumal. i,p...l CfuUaON -,

    vlUMMil fartrtrny, far nearly bride*, al UM" approach S e .i. fcaM .Surf. ewp.r.i....rw (!.. the .._........ Mew ...... J] ..1.. :1 f.ul.nlelu'" lots.. 3i.lk." ..w .ter/pr 'sssia. sltcrnuur.we ,
    abound evrpUre ,
    S _' and that tn. an .a- lo tn* etrurUtr. U- 11w"" faslpdtes.
    ,. ... .. Se
    l.-.F
    >
    I I .a.nna 'pkwa. 'nwY.1cao&q flood waa bxrfivr a* U. ease 1ktyvt'ttag/WI

    1ft. fkeOLtor.> but .f UW fcttftway' and within Stat -, and al..s, yet ""pskiwaa '17' .,... ;

    .* .... they r.4. rout supply of *artr' ** UM mailof -otr. Nfeyw ...... stet ,.Uote iagtt _*-c.J I ,TesrMv 'Jfal Ilrfinwnce VS
    1ft Uw yatd. t.r9 h" a
    of %at.rfrom ttwtr: o*>_
    thOt .
    .h. had I ... I .. i.'w tn.t --1 to ,.ur
    .
    d.ls- think
    gents m w purl vMrh to All atilrh Md* a*
    .r *I d he, with Des iota -... But at !**.. w* Ara.haw ,

    any' a* W.e M. aria. anew

    tier birw. M h,. few wI i FORDraunn
    ',pRI THE BMAoroRD COUNTY TELCGNAPM I Maas w t3.ee .
    I'
    S e
    ESTABLISHED 1079P
    p Mad. ......... flit ...... the

    LLn Man..... a.no. Mos.... te4. S/w Rr0 ... ... : ..fnm -q and" acaM tXT wnrkaaaJl t.wY1 all M,00-.seer _..a. _nee .
    Q f lP, V Bk 5 _..
    -- Ooasvr wb.ly Mr..asea con1 : -

    "'.'__ .. U..a T.e a..a ru1Myivwe..t. ...w1we aw to.1sa*.4 sews ka* that....,.tl*.<.spa M' See Them At Your Neighborhood ford Dealer's/ Friday & Saturday


    [raw Tww.aV. a.. ....... .. a_ c- ...n.. It T_ and Yaw rasa .w.y', 1.L.fr

    Met. Osseo A.. .....* Ise.. Uses err 0. 11I.--. .. .ge. et7 M.les4bbl'a. IIrAAM. ..14tpe1l TERWIUEGAR MOTORS STARKE FLA.
    ...
    at ... .... .. war.Atr .. ,

    ..ar..r...... M letsee. .
    y. .-
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    .nv.v.Tvyvv..v Mrs. Joyce Futch, Miss with Mr and Mr.W R Dixon Eaton Park home Monday of last week ,'

    Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. O. Mr and Mrs. Edward LeMasHey We are glad to have Mrs. ti-t-m St. Vincents' Hospital in
    LAWTEY\ J. Phillips visited M>"s. Selma find children were Selma Eunice\ at home again J-ackaonvllle. He bad been

    Eunice In St. Vincent's Hospital \ visiting the Dixons Sunday; after several days spent in confined for the past six
    and Mrs. Rudolph SappIn afternoon St. Vincent's Jlo pltal. weeks due
    It, Ena Olanehar. to an auto acci-
    Riverside Hospital on Sat- i Mr. and Mrs. Ed May and '1 Gus Smith of Tallahassee. dent.
    A a.............. ... urday. j children were visiting their :, pent several days with his Claude Green and Joseph

    UiCS MEETING: Mrs. Mae Wells spent Sun- 'I sons-ln-law and daughters )I I IMI' cousin, Oscar! Carter and i, Lucas vLlted; relatives In Pen- -
    he Woman's Society of day aft-frnon .with her granddaughter Mr. and Mrs Cal Barnes and Mrs. Carter. '! sacola last Tuesday and Wed- Best
    r 'IstUn Service met with and family Mr. and and Mrs Carlos Norman ': Mrs. C. E. Crews and Mrs. nesday.! IffiNGSIZE i way

    v $. Dinklns Tuesday evjen- Mrs. Nell Phillips of Gaines In Callahan Sunday :' Pestle Gordon of Lake Butler' Claude Green attended i 'i

    11Se\ :>t. 13. M.'s Eftie/ Miner ville. Mrs. Alice Lnngfo'.d:I of Lake were visiting the Carters on three-day church services this
    I r vented tho program "The Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick Butler Is visiting Mr and Sunday !I past weekend at his home to wash 'em:
    lea! Man All participated spent the>> first part of the' Mrs T L. Wainwright this I Miss Frankle Mae Cruce Is church Primitive Baptist

    t question and answer per. 'week with Miss Elfzabrthl week A visitor during the In school again after spending !!: near Hellbronn.Patty .
    After the business condu I, Terry and Mrs. Joyce f'utch. week was an old' friend Mrs.T two weeks In Bradford: County Pairlsh and a classmate -

    ed by Mrs. Mae Wells the: They were returning home C. Booth: of Gainesville. Hospital. All of her' friends'!: spent this past weekend -

    ',ens served cookies and from vacationing In Northcprouna Mi' and Mrs. Joe Harley ,a;/e !glad to have her back. i I with Patty's parents, Mr
    #Juice.tUUKOI and Tcnnesuee where announce the arrival of a Friends were sorry to hear I'1 and Mrs. D. J, Parrlsh. and I IF E

    ACTIVITIES: they visited relatives. daughter on September 20 In I that! Mrs. Lomle Moaley's ,,,, family. Bath: girls attend: ,

    C ace .Methodist\ Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish Bradford County HospitalMr. grandson! Wayne Mosley\ was ,,I Jacksonville: University! tmACTAlU PU 'I' j?
    ol 0:45:. a. m., Worljlp? 11' of Webster were visiting Mr and Mr, R. E. Lee and I recently hit by a oar and seriously :', Mrs. Mary Morley! spent N "-

    Kveiilna services 8 p. Aid Mrn. Logan Baldwin In children spent last weekend i: Injured He U confined ,.i I seven'! days last week with 17a.:7! I D \ -
    MYF Wednesday! evening Starke. Sunday. Mr and Mrs with Mr Lee's brother-in-law ,. In Florida Sinltaiium: and,: her granddaughter and family i Y a
    Bryant Reddish and Mrs. V i and sister. Mr. and Mrs R E '
    ''p m.. Prayer Circle Hospital\ In Orlando. Wayne's Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lucas
    day 9! a. m. '' R. Reddish Joined them at English and attended the an- I parents a'-e' Mr. and Mrs. R !I while Miss Penny was 'In W1LcTA1sarrrtal. :
    at Baptist Sunday dinner. j nual IAI' family reunion This!! W Moslry of Orlando. Ocala! visiting relatives K"" A

    01 10 a. m.. Worship 11 H Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth wa a great event. Fi Icndi are pleased! to know i i Mr. and Mrs Joseph Garrison _aes. .aawas .

    Training Union 7 p. m.. Frank of Fort Laudarcluk Mr and M s. J. C Mannln that Mrs Susie PrevUt: 111 1 at! arid Mrs Prnrl Kearns

    ilns services 8 p. m.. Mid- were dinner ruosts( of Mr. and Jr. of holly Hill were visiting' / I, home again' after five days I of Jacksonville visited Sunday KINO Sill PENI

    it meeting Wrdnohduy 8 Mrs. Richard Carter Sunday I his uncle and aunt. Mr. and In Bradford County Hospital. I night with Mr. and Mrs. 1Wo eatre Leods Lindy v
    n.. YWA find und third Rev. and Mrs. Ot'orge Boyer Mi's. H. M. Manning1 Sunday I. Mrs. Dave Putney of Jack- Claude Green bad |.Mn balanc prfcdly > m ..w.. ,

    i T ,iirsdnys 8 p m.. Youth of Plant City spent Monday Other recent guests were Mrs I onvllle visited her mother. ErUor.lnjf horseback riding k* your' hood t* _
    ft** TOT Irvty Ttruioft.
    ( !!
    brotherinlaw -
    i ling on alternate Satur- with Mr. Boycr's Manning's brother-in-law and Mrs. Mamie Futch. Sunday Sundy at Macclenny were Mr fr wrlrtnnKIMO / t
    e"J ". I and BlKter Mr. and Mrs! sister Mr. and Mrs C. R. : and took her home with her and Mrs. Buddy Bradshow x I 4

    .Ii-s. George Roberts pr'ntiU W. F. Moore. Shatter, of Athena' Oa. i fcv a visit and Davy Mr and Mrs. Billy sin INK d K- lip, .:
    .. days in Dcland visit-, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley Mr and Mrs. James L. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Barnes no..e. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer SUPPIYIcarlrido
    i lelallvPH.TiS. were vUltlna Mr and Mrs Waters and sons wrre among were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cal Bennett Mr and Mrs. Char- el.. dtodt.bw.oNi l, ,1e

    ', Horace Cox of Waldo Curl Vuiiz-mt, and family inFort those attending the annua.lFloJ'da I Barnes and Mrs Carlos Norman lea Rowe. and Buck Rowe .__._. ov* nmeHnoni .. '
    Sunday. 1 pee
    visiting her parents, Mr. McCoy Hardware open house liv Callahan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Green ....... mng wr!).. wltS "
    :rt Mrs. P. L. Dlnkln.1 Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pendarvls -' Sunday. New /good! were on I visited Sunday afternoon In ....- ,refill//- "" w evulse
    and Marie visited MrsPendarviti
    d.iy.V display' and a delicious dinner r.T..v.vvvvynvan.aMAXYILLE Jacksonville with Mr. and
    s parents, Mr. and M BUY
    -tom of Mr, and Mrs./ W wafl served to the guests Mrs. .Lacy Orccn.
    C. P. Gordon in Bunnell'
    Mrs.
    KING S1ZCI. 1
    Wllkiiton! were' tht'lrIOn/ Mrs. II. C. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs Elmer Hlggln-
    Hi ,i-nell, of Melbourne mid over. the weekend. Mrs Patsy Waters yt f Jacksonville botham and son of Lawtcy. .le.*..'"oath 0"I"

    tii,! ir' non.ln-1a-w- and daugh '.apent Mil... Monday Carl Norman with and relatives son/ / and Mrs. W. O Rho- By Mr*. A. O. HUd spent Sunday pft?I'tloDn'Ith l!! s... l.I..it; I, ;

    'r Mr. and Mrs Cecil Dobbs, In Highland.Mi den of Ocala visited Mr. and !'hone 29-4111' Mr. and Mrs. Buford HlgglnSothum :;:c.ou... i

    tit Cocoa. and Mrs. H. E. Prl-lit.: Mrs. Jesse Starling UnatowSttturduy. .A.A.A.AA&A : and jn-andchildren, mott Jtpenilve' ptiul, 'LM don't. H"r e' :" ,t .

    :.Id' C. R. Crews wa. Prlovcrnlirht Mills Loesino and Lamar were They enjoyed a INDIANS!\ WIN Wayne EiiiJlali received
    family dinner In honor of treatment for an Infected ear
    Mr.Starltng's
    / guest of h r vinltliiff Mr, and Mrs. K.: W OVER: llASTI.Ni.S!
    mint Mrs. J. M. Cooner, In. Williams In Wellborn and Mr !birthday. It WIa The Baldwin Indiana placed last Friday. He Is reported 1

    .1. kHonvlllr./ Mr. and Mrs. HC : and Mrs Ocoigo R. Siunmer- very pleasant get-together. their first game of the season much better at this writing That's right. Don't scrape, scrub and mop dishes, pots and pans.
    Crews and of Clcarttor Later Mrs Walnwrglht Mts.Wal.fors. I Mr. and Mrs. E 1>. Hlg;!lnbotham
    family Un In Lake City Sunday Friday night against lUsUiUJ @) Never again put your hands in hot, greasy dishwater. Instead drop
    th.
    \ spent
    and Mrs. and sons
    spent Saturday night H. E Dillon of Bear Creek! Rhoden In the St. Johns River Conference 1 : I food waste into an electric waste disposer and put the dishes in
    visited I relatives in St
    :d Sunday with Mr. Crows. Mr and Mrs Clyde weekend with un
    J Ala. Is spending! some time Wainwright: In their ,I.\OAW.w. !game and ClIorne out I Augustine< :in k-.c t an electric dishwasher. That's all e Let Reddy Kilowatt wash, rinse, dry and

    i i with/ a winning score of 113. I 1 IU'I'lI'y Mrs. Ed Waters mid daughter e1gf"": sanitize everything while you devote your precious time to your family.

    j Motes scored two I and Mrs. Dorothy Waters! U" And with the new low electric rates, at little or no extra cost. So
    _
    touchdowns and two utl'lIl( spent last with Tuesday Mr. and In Mrs Mnc-A why not end garbage mess and kitchen sink slavery in one swell swoop.
    olenny
    -- .mot, .. .- points' to Ret the Indians off L. RhPberg. See your electric appliance dealer or plumbing contractor today.
    start,, |
    to a winning Mr
    of
    Jackie Waters, son
    : FoUowlng, the tranu, a, and Mrs. Jack Water of Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
    dance wu held. lu the high -t.w; &bT(
    = I Baldwin, spent the weekend o"hirf' m.f. f oa. : .
    school auditorium.OCTOBEtI {
    HURRICANE ,
    I 4 "MET: I with his grandmother4 Mrs ...NOW CHEAPER THAN EVER "
    : Dorothy Waters.
    KOIt HOMECOMING; : attended I
    JulUi. Orirfls
    -
    Vlaxvlllo. BitptUt Church funeral services/ for herne ; FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY .
    Homecoming will bu held last
    phew Ronald Brown
    Sunday Dot .4. Everyone Is Sunday. near Keystone.
    Invited to attend. All. singers .
    Heights' __ ___ __ __" 4 _
    ,
    from surrounding churches patient : : : :: :
    Leroy Ortffl was t '
    = -
    AI" also Invited to attend and last week In Dunl l Medical
    cMpipjau! take part lit the sluuing. Jacksonville. Jessie T
    ,Ciuter
    TEEN:: ta.tOIEIDiRIi: : : : )| BUSINESS DlRECTOR.LIITOS.1LES&SERVIC
    ENJOY: IIAYItinV. 4 l Powers U also a putlcnt.therennd AREA
    is reported' not /getting along -
    Members of the Maxvlllr .
    I I8ottul'ddY i I very well.Attending
    Teen Club enjoyed a h8yrld the 80th birthday "'0 = -- .:= ---- ==:=.
    night Maxville (i': -I.rf ;;:- __ -o.: : -

    $$10000 30 $].QO 'to the''old Oilffls from pl,c. off ,,' bens celebration last Sunday for Mrs In Bell!Auburn Olb- : : }: AUTO SALVAGE FLOORS 1 PA1XT>>: & CLASS
    DAYS 228
    near MaocHonyCti
    r !Hlwny rtilr.' were! Mr and !Mrs.iD B I
    < ,for itU. 1 The Sinclair Eaton
    wrre-Homer"ixr t upa.Thoinaa, Mr hny.ldf and OilffLs and Karrn Mr. and and Barkley Motors, Inc.i iTIUl'MPH Paurs Auto Salvage Liddell Paint &
    .
    Jurors Coleman
    >1..... D B. OrlffU. and Mr Mr i! We Buy Wrecked Cars At Co. Glass Co.
    daughters. Mrs Ellis: Olibmsi '
    LOANS TO $600 and Mr*. Henry Ortffls. and family. Mrs: B P cCole- e. : '; TOP i .PRICES FLOOR SPECIALISTSVynal
    Upon< arriving at their I I FIAT
    man and nuhter. Mr. end All :Mikes it :Model Vscd Asbestos Tile KYANIZE PAINTS
    destination' members and. IIUX.MAN A l"IiUE"\\11: :
    Mrs. Henry Orlffls, and famI Parts
    I Chaporones: enjoyed roasting Icy and Mr and Mrs. Bootsl' ,, Teletype' '\ortlr_Ue Will For Floors of I GUts! Mirrors Sliding Door
    welucr: and playing/ amines i Cannon and fsnilly Approximately We SperUIlM\ In II i Beauty and Durability r.. Tub Enclosures: Shower'
    CL.MaES; HtSf.MI.U: : ; I SALES k aERVICJiI find Any Part For Toe.G.l..vllie !'
    TOW FINANCE i I 1 100 members ol I the I Special 10.9c per !I"xll" TU* Doors Windows Awning -
    CO. ,
    All Dwsl( County schoolchildren >l J78-4J12
    I family were on hand for theI Factory Tr.ln..d1rchan': Tile Starts at 82
    Asphalt per .
    returned to c1._. 441. N. PMt Stock. Yard j! i Carpet Wallpaper Store
    I Mrs Olhtx-as re-
    kbr llorw
    Wednesday of C l.,t week alter I II I r turned home with her i non.I 10* CLEAN: Usri CARS .I I, Tile Front Con ultaUnn.

    being absent from school for I{ In-law and duimhtrr ".". and 2201 N. :MUN11J437J Air Conditioning. Heating 71* N. :Main Gainesville I 118 N.W. Sixteenth St
    five dy dun to Huirlcai\ 376-8321: OMNK3VTI.LK 372-IUIIl
    STAIIKK, FLOItlDA | Mr*. I) B OrlffU for A. vll DPIHLa of th.- county\ i RUSS'S SHEET
    '
    221; N. Tfinplc Ave. Phone !91 i! -OOI!) )!} were. .1111 without. eketrlcity1'F.ItNIN.U.S :,| and Mr children andInl: of Rv Jacksonville Vellum I ', 'fiAHDKX) : Stri'i'LlKS. : PLATINOOcala
    METAL
    INC.
    : / wore !Frldir" night vlslters'' of : S JKKI'; I I

    ...aid. Midvett returnedigjW !! ,i Mr F B Coleman slid Don. | Family of 4 Wheel( Drive I Johnson & Faris, Inc.

    "\ ale "wllnr i i Complete" Line. of i Chrome
    :Mr and Mr, Buddv I UAMIU.KH:\ 1
    Air ('nndul..nlnc't BEEDMPLANTS1i.RTl1IZERM: ; -
    Browning siu" Mrs F B ( Americas Finest Kconomy Ca ,. Plating, Inc.

    Coleman And Ponnl were In 8alm nod Service -,..... Metal Inaf'rUc..w-p..1' SuppUr.
    : J"rkv ,ivlll<> Stturdar night We Runt Frrtlllcer Spreaders' Copper. Nickel.' Chromium
    to attend the Installation of iRidgway Motor Co. Cadmium. Metal PuUsbaqCustom
    I
    2&20 N.E: 18th Terrace 234: VW Ith At*, I
    ,
    Mlm Vivian Brownlnir AM ad.
    vtsor of the Wood" +Ux-k Assembly 1132 8. Main I U.\I\t..oj\'IU.! : PROVE: 272.0171C1ini'e I .\ CLEANING ButllncSTIQt'F. :
    I ,316-112111 Ihl :370-371A& Mo.ii ,
    ,
    87 order of the 1t1l1n. o. w.III. :J7I-8IM I tile Pl. MH.Vf:R. BRASS COPPER
    haw tar Ural at the fhjottUhTrmpl .
    --- -- -- Industrial Hard chrome

    1'"I n aUe *. Automatic TrunnniUsion 1.Unsn1t: ; 'I 1334 NK tad A".. heals

    FA I i_ B & G Motor Co. f ItUI. Ct.-4.l"


    I r CAIHIJL.\C-OLI1.XMOBILCI i I I r City Automatic Cherry'sOaineavUle'a .1!tIG\S I ;:

    'NEWECONmlY I i 11 11t Moet Fashionable
    SALES A &KUVICB: I Transmission, Inc. Address For Ladles
    Fine! HrlecUon of Used Cr. iiu..x>ts-si ITS-<"() \Ti WilliamsNeon

    I Taken On CII.tIllac TnuiM tt. .ir A f.uhAnc. i MVTrR.MIV VKVKMUSIC :

    21.. N. W. Illh. RI. 411 AU Make and Model Af( I."ORIEM Signs

    run r. 37C-75U TRK KM A CARS 1 ins W tJn1,..".Ity. Oalndertf.
    "Slim Up with WBLmms'PLl'STIC .
    .xi CHAMPION J! i !>>.>nnmeUr Pre-Tested I I ;NEON: : SIGNS
    1 16Jt6WwUI"G : el''I.Its' :
    : r LMw.Ia-Mer..rr-C.a.el : .
    M lntfn-
    I W7 ;f .... 'aLl CARS: UURK Gt'..VK.VNTl.lJni >- Balsa I t( -Erectloo .
    Authorised Jxties: sneaks iMir.r: ruvjxU09 : I NEW: A I'HCI1T anew WaHj-WlndmrtTruck -
    8 :Main I.4N revidtus.IrnmsObeli *--Rod

    CraneLincolnMercury GaAow.,.... lit 3194JllKAlTY I ( )fi, Tot R DESIGN OR Ot'RS1MO
    FOUNTAIN: PENT1.79 \ BflKiETLillian's : TERMS: 8. JtUln o.1ou"tJ.e


    2 r Wrap yourself in wall-to-wall warmth t : SCHOOLCumpUt} I' -ow-nn.>> Music Lnokr'Store rYI't\\: RTTERSHancock 377-.<00


    1M I:. 1'aherdly 4n, Sort 1.11
    7 tears KM TO SUIC0 I 0s1nc.vtal. 371.4231 1 j Let.... eaaty. I i II JMolorryr S. f I4M. 1"SI." Gainu.
    74 with Standard Heating Oil'Yann l n. TO U41INfKledlM 1la.: er"-\.h._ ...lnaarr: Typewriter
    j
    CV".I
    M KtM.. t.'SLII ('.\JU r T.a" .I lea-Scoot en
    pm,.i eM. 0y red. EXCHANGE
    ....III 514 Siatlt Main j

    ( } rooms and! hallways. .. floors, wall, and corner CAUre.4 IIIIM n lne.TUIe n.J611 FREE rt.ictMC.NTSpecial I Streit's Bicycle ShopC 8 n titCocoasAahorttedDealer

    Vail to wall I You\ ran enjoy thU kind healthful. comfort all r..e, 1.... ....... Bruab-Cp: courses _lui a. A ...... lingers :

    tl -vrint' r long with \\Tll-buUt hoo** that'. url'Ued with ..... ...... M Ie.Van..a .. DODGE ,aTfUIH11 !Central Hairstyling' n-. -a.Z........ C1.rr-Tletw-T.LaUa

    Standard hating OIL o.I."k4 Can/ "rm-m' ;. Standard wdp wa.t rar. 1 : TI cm* )lo'IUI"Ud.-.e..c." : .II S keM7HW1KK AddIJtc Mael biea. Caic glen.

    Ueatlnjc Oil coils motor ...u "...1 q..r.w.e AallrPalW laerrte.VSED College I 8ALGS -KR1CIRENTAL
    no more, flv** roar I.oarrl ,- -- e. MCTCUmIx
    C.Ii
    Call I I' TM >rk'.mith & Safe Work I I SItt TIME-4krw r_ re.
    wags StAnJanl (OtI.\lI1JlI today 1 sn 7ir is2
    t : :jrtsia. :: Poole-Gablc Motors 211 S. C. l,t Gmi..uii. .--.-_. wNh nr t441
    .. -_ SM -
    ..__, a J CIS R l rMl( 1.wPJw.us.
    110 V K !.. "' .... r mlae vttwrttoi : 374.4141cIN'KT I X )lain ftTIREJ4 (7asnvLa1"w
    ne.T'tll
    K. G. DUNCAN Jf*:J : S1.....U i I I_ "" $% 14.S14t i
    AgentStarke .. *Vc- '
    1 1.t.* HllfK A }: I'ROh11'TtLsc1Ls
    OI'KL
    (STANDARD ) I II
    % ,o,: I
    -1

    .OIL. tit's' Le kttttt core amour comfort : Tropical Pontiac, r THAT ALL TOCBro ,

    ,A-. Inc. >tRE1V: rmoufrr I Town
    Tire Co.
    f_'" I.e_ ....._
    AMI THE JOSrr P1OM' i
    '
    r TRUCK OAIC C1M11H WIUA Irs TIME: TO )$ IMayflower R- r. OOODCICHox

    Bradford County r o ST' .4C Edwards Building c.2n '1"- "..... ..'

    "" tatn1Y: ]........... Cars-Tarts
    esu+ -. es.rres awarsas) Telegraph I J2 :N- W Oats Are O tn,*it:'tI'22St1 SupplInc..
    nAT assncie
    : Inc.
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    QTRS.MERCHANTS
    GREEN STAMPS I
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    YOUR CHOICE !
    BLUE ALASKAN( BREADED r1" \1
    RIBBON J SHRIMP 1 149 = llMIT-1' I INSTANT CO"f IE WITH ,
    $ :LB BOX)( 3.00 OM MOKE OftDIR 4'


    _ .I.... Ii SHRIMP PEELED BOOTH'S I&DEVEINEDSHRIMP BREADED t LD eox09< _=m INSTANT COFFEE :MHOUSC.I0.. JAR LS 1 139 .:f JAR 7


    .... 'BLUE RIBBON QUALITY num\! \ M
    YOUR CHOICE !I
    CHUCK PEELED & DEVEINED 1 LIMIT-1 OP YOUR CHOICE WITH 5.0001 MORE ORDER

    STEAK 49 c: SHRIMP .,...=89= m SALVO
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    LB SHRIMP === DETERGENTS M :nME48
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    aL&.OMQUALITY COCKTAIL 3,79 m
    - RIB I PAGODA CHINESE BITE SIZE =

    STEAK 79'e SHRIMP ? 49 M PILLSBURY PUU.. .r S.lf-KUU. GREEN : ,
    LB TENDER MEATY WHITE : G'ouRTHI1"TNSMAo' 5 LlUO.' a.. E ,.
    "".' L& FLOlflR! H+b/eht/
    LUE RIBBON' QUALITY SHRIMP'' U79 m GIANT
    . BONELESS SHOULDER :m: MEAL 5 LI lAG 2SC N.._. 5 LB BAG
    .rt
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    89 4' 7 ; PP INStANT r. >

    :: STEAK LB MAYONNAISE.\ 1 DRY MILK!( UOT 69c ,,,1111,If 49. ORIE bUMIPEAS' '
    .- GOOD"M RICH ft h..QI! I .tIt
    RIBBON' QUALITY i '" 2 .. 39
    BLUE U CAWS
    CUBEDSTEAK FRE-MAR m PIZZA MIX ;1: 10-
    98 100sDUAL 3ft CIRCUS ASS'T PRUITs ... HIILITI WHOLE RIRMtL IIQUART \
    ""'/ .1 WITH| OH MIf ORDER
    = JAR _ _ _ _
    LDLUf DRINKS 4 CAMS.100 .CORN 2 ... .
    I( = I
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    RIB' ION QUALITY MESH COOK.QUIK( BEfP I 0..4.I_.J SOFT :a" I it /YNLTA/rf.
    AUORTI9PLAVORt>>
    GROUND BEEF' 5 LlI 11t CUBE STEAKS :ox: lff BATH TISSUE Apple Sa ce2 II". ,25(;
    MESH LEA tiEATT BEEP =
    :

    PORK STEAKS U" 49c SHORT RIBS u 1"m ICE MILK 8 ROLLS t 9 1 IO! PIE.MARCocktail PPutt .i iI
    IMOKED(SOLO IT THE PIECE). ARMOUR STAR BONELESS P

    _ SLAB BACON La 39 CAN PICNIC CAN A LO" ((4.1 ROU fAOAAESI-c: 5ss: 1 100

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    ladgFairNEW ,GRAPES 2 LBS 29


    . SLICEDRYE: 2 a +r U.S.C''tlITfIRlltI\

    _ BREAD) ::;;, 23< FOR 79; POTATOES 4 c

    3?< VALUEI! 'ICED PINEAPPLE
    LUSCIOUS RED RIPE ,'
    < < CAMS PP MUflf P ti>

    : TREATS35.. ORANGEJUICE /4/9 c DELICIOUS. APPLES 2L1S3', -:


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    BRADFORD OOtTY? .fiSLtXtiKArn.: : SfTARKli FLORID THURSDAY.! SEPT. 24. 1981


    II I I I I walk and-aokl. A lot of people' I C. His address Is Pvt. Charles

    I enter into the spirit by dressing I Hardy IV. NG24665620 CoD ANNOUNCING .
    IFLORIDA In colonial style clothe I SERVICE 15th Spec. Bn., 4th Tng.
    COUNTY and .prize.,are offered for the I 'I&EN I Bde.. Class No. 35. Fort Jack- WATKINS' CAFELAKE
    WITH bent contain: AND j son, S. C. He Is a member of

    It is a day of gala events i the Florida. National Guard. BUTLER
    YOUR AGENT t such aa home shown cattle exhibition i i Starke unit.

    i i ,., '& I *, catching ffreaneclplgn 1 I

    I climbing a greased pole.: i| Now Serving Sunday Dinner
    and many other things that I I
    I 1st Lt. Leon B. Trlest, son
    can be of Intermit. I Should the Need
    -THEATRE-. In thIs turmoil of business!! I of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Trlest \ A riveVe Rent. DELICIOUS
    we have gotten ourselves IntoIt of Route 1, Starke. has I i
    sepmathat we could take a an Adjutant General I,'J I DINNERS .
    OPENING TIME little time off 'from our rou- officer<< bails cousre at the Koch Drugs

    MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY tine way of<4U..to.njix..business Army Adjutant Osneral i: Prewrlptlim ..,.cl.ll... OPEN 10 A.M.: 6 P.M.ETA" : .
    School Fort Benjamin Harrison I
    6:45: P. 1\1.\ "' "' :......'.;;;.,..........4By with\ pleoAure. Ind. During the course I Free Delivery J JI
    Each civic club will be approached
    SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:09 he received Instruction In I JI
    ,In ftC r4!- to this
    \ the duties and responsibilities'
    I
    Georjre.T.Muggins
    ,
    ,a week and a great many people
    J General
    of Adjutant
    an Army
    already have shown Interest I --
    Fri. Sat. Sept. 25, 26 I II 'I Corps officer. The 34-year-
    /
    .J ,, In this ventin-'1'he Farm Bureau -
    .. --- ------ from Consult
    old lieutenant graduated
    m"-- i -
    I ha Indicated that If our
    PROGRAM I lIl1dlng-: BHS In 1948.
    FEATURE ,
    DOUBLE
    I I BRADFORD COUNTY was fair President,Maurice business i pertple cooperate this
    I recently Included, along with Edwards. has several:mat- con be an annual event" that
    Kaufmann all other counties, in the 8th tars to present. would draw, :peep's from miles!! PVt. Charles W. Kirkland
    Christine l ;
    Tony Curtis CongroHHlonal District as be Current members and any around. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ants C. I

    ing a disaster area. This was I person Interested( in our live But it, has Oilcl and x. announced) by CongressmanBilly stock program are urged to ent'ng and nometh'-iaj'dlfferent::; completed basis combat trainIng I Charley :

    lit t..,..'WonderfUI'If!:.. ti Matthews.We attend this meeting. Once in a while: It;,\a enlightening I at Fort Jackson S. C. A
    member of the Florida Na-
    ;; have had a number of 'to.jr t out'of the old rut i iIIId i E. I I
    rr.r c, '- .> ..th questions concerning EMER- BUSINESS RELATIONS an old-faahioned! obs..rvaI. I tional Kirkland Guard graduated in Starke from Pvt.

    GENCY LOANS. When eligible and good cooperation Is Important Ion of Farm-Ciiy:W tek could I Johnsabout I
    BUS in 1964. and has been
    loans, It is repaid at so think I'll make this give all of us a'nft.' I mechanic.
    Plus employed as a
    cent Interest. next announcement. Many This could J. be "Annual
    three per While at Fort Jackson! he received this: question: \
    I Many of our people have times there are 'announce- Trade bay" where people i iI
    Instruction in a wide
    U. S. Marine in the ,. :rJ experienced a crop IOHS dam- men t s that need to brlnf dogA'gtii.; ... iiirnlture : variety of Infantry skills along -
    A Fighting ; "
    .: ; ago to buildings, and severe be made,! brief timely information horses i.JmunW..'AleaiKl trade. I I Rack to Behoof means!
    with intensive physical
    TIME-BOMB of the WORLD """ {J'J erosion of land. Such a loan In gen..rnf.! AgricultureIs Scotahero.Atll.Tlrt had national -',I conditioning accident risks for the

    ..where the next bullet may start World War III/I'f. would bo very helpful In recovering still the number one. Industry 'l'bflelt]..( on their I I children liability risks
    their IOHHCS and in our county. I ,,'
    "Trade Hay" 'or fhlfl, type Airman Carolyn J. Moody 1 for injuries: or damage
    .... 'Sf,'. making possible a quicker return Listen to WPXE, our'toral\ only they hold K. the first I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. they may cause fire
    to normal operations.The I radio station each day,< Mona :MondayW-- rotl month on the
    risks
    Chester E. Moody of Keystone I with the coming
    difficulty you will experience day through Friday *t 1 p.m.I courthouse aquare. I
    I Heights. Is being assigned to I heating reason.' In this an
    Is that you must declare I try to k.ep yqu uptodatewith
    If you have any Ideas, we Military Air Transport) Service ideal time to have insurance
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    that are unable to what's going on. my
    : yoa from I I.
    would appreciate hearing 'I,MATS 1 Travis Air Force
    obtain from other lender surveyed by the
    any I Let' make November
    you. Base! in California for train-
    the credit required, to continue I Charley E. Johns Agency
    20-29 real Week.
    Farm-City
    a ing and duty as a statisticaldata OFFSET
    It. your normal operation.We I I to be sure of adequate protection
    Bradford specialist A 1063 graduate -
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    Farming
    MARSHALL THOMPSON Snmm loIwo will assist any person BAYLE88 IHWAT BAPTIST I of Bradford High School. ?" PRINTING
    further Information -
    In securing : CHURCHPaterC. Airman Moody attended the I
    if you are Interested. ASI I II University\! of Florida before ,I
    A. CreakySundby I Charley E. Johns I
    27 28 29INTiNN entering the services
    Sun., Mon., Tues.-Sept. TEMPORARY: GRAZINGfor SctioofTlO: A. M.
    livestock has been made I Preach t f'IT A'ltaa; : Agency I BRADFORD TELEGRAPH
    i Pvt. Charles Hardy IV. lion County
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    Ttal'r'fnlon. 7:30 P. M.
    poHNlble on land currently In : I I II
    13:::! : of Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles Hardy I sal S. Walnut St.
    iila the soil bank or feed grain Preaching '::30; P. M. ,
    8 m SEE Javnlcht of Starke. Is taking basic I PHONE 964-0201
    IS program. This was authorized Prayer meeting Wedne I !
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    training at Fort Jackson
    g by the Secretary of Agriculture ,1St i2 :P. M, S'i i I
    to aid farmers who have IT

    such land and their other pasture "
    Fr land has been severely. !: .:, Buick
    ,...a7crjer new./oves/. damaged It is abeulutelynecessary .
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    ''i that you* contact Cronkhite' ". ': .." : '65Buick II
    that the I By Phil ,
    ASCH office so
    your .
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    I. ; County Commit may grant '" .
    1 thin approval. November 20-28 has been .
    ;i't proclaimed.. n. NationalFarm-, ,"r< '. ; : . ,
    BRADFORD COUNTY City Week.. Dr Watkins.of'the .t. 111-
    .. FARM BUREAU will hold It. Agricultural Jr.xtt'n..lonD..purt. \ '. ,
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    annual I meeting. this Saturday ment naked that I serve a* ,. .. '
    Sept. 20. Farm Bureau families chairman, for BrnUfdrtl, County. t ,. tJr
    30 Oct. 1
    Wed., Thurs. Sept. will meet at the Fairgrounds In a great many counties < ; .'-' '
    and enjoy a barbecue throughout the'country this I. ....-.", .'... .... .
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    rneul,, starting at 5:30: p.m. one week. of the- y.ar.that ,, 'I." .
    4 fa.a.. :: !
    .._ .. A new board. of directors will the farmer and bunlneHinien '(.' .
    be elected, and there will be really got together and hnv a \ "'}..
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    down prl/an: for adults and i good tlm.. There are,'many
    children. Thla U a family get tlilnn that w. run do to make
    COIUMDAPICNRIS\ { pmsentssyam together for Farm Bureau thl* one of the %moat, out-

    members. W* have over' 200( standing week. of the year,. .. 'If' .
    59 family memberships in our but If ha! sot to 1M a eooper.
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    county. Paul Hutching i U president live effort. .
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    PAl IINNIAI.gli11JUNGINS[ .SAMMHHA' LGGAR V ttJ1U1ulIiJN[ Many cltUn. UM this time
    sales
    for "Maxwell Street"
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    r&sdb ..........11II JlllfN HlilM Ir..-... ,mwu.w HRADPOltD CATTLEMEN, patterned after. the famous
    AUXAIDR; [ iU1.R'; kJCol'liO:1lttt.'lIIU' : street. mulm Merchandise -
    "" r PlllilP I IIAZn.TON'IIIIa1H a r urn : will meet Tuesday night 8"1t.1 Chicago I
    21): ), nt H dock In the || I. pushed out on the side-


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    25% mor filing capacity. Smooth gliding drawer ."f':";, y: .

    roll quietly at the me r.touch of a finger.Easy to operaf' :, : T sr+

    quipped with ilc?.'lock eompreuon and guide rod.. O y", :;

    Heavy gauge a.*1.Built/ to 'loaf a lifetime. Mill Crterv .

    I OUra Green", Deiert Sand Sahara Brown or a....'. 1 .
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    ; ." 2S17 4..7S sa.71 I Y 4 r "" the Buick lot this And be the again yourself
    02-lgol Sir* __17"'? 2." 241.70 17.70 : r lt \\e changed a year. you may never same


    THRU DRAWER.Ceunt.r H.rgh' r i

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    At "Y\c\ doubt you'll11nt to be the same. Not once set on our ncuicks.. ;
    *03-t oal Slie 7"o":" 40'." 26 H* 7.10 71.99 .t L you eyes

    FOUR DRAWER r On the Buick Special and the Skylark.Tlic LcSabre, Electra 225, Riviera.
    t
    204-t.ii.r Site _14VX044gal nl4" 26" 11.:" 71.M 4? ; to And< on the sleek, modified fastback of the wild, ilderVildC' in the picture. .
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    Sue 171." 324" 26'.- 7e..S f.eO wt,

    _4 : n lf{ True, there a new high-style touch. But that's hardly I all. Engineeringstill

    nVI DRAWER..S.y% Floor

    SOS-letter sir.,14'i". oO" 24H Space.* r.40' 101.1S a '"_ has the emphasis. It's a Buick tradition. So are the extras

    lQS-L'UcaJ Sia. _..11""%. '0" 26tc'. 91.VS 104.70 t. d
    Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better


    'And smoother drivelincs. A tuned suspension to smooth ribcagc roads.


    e."'. Inn DISK nAYS Now add Buick's Super Turbine transmissions-and you have an idea

    ntvrlocU" / Into mwlt'pl' ben 'ilL.k. of what Buick owners have always liked about Buick.We think you'll (feel the same.

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    TIU'RSDIY. SKIT. ft. 1964 _
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    Mvtttun.YYYY YYYYY YTTYTYYYT T Y T Y Funeral SundayFor Indians Lose Opener 32-0 To Keystone House

    KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy R. L. BrownIn Of Bargains Is -r!'" it'

    Hope ChurchRonald New BusinessA .it
    Faster St. Joe Team
    Mary K. SchiufferFACTLTY Stronger '
    Lacy Brown. 37. ol new bUKlnria .
    c for Krvt >> t ; .
    . ._.._ _. .. Keystone Height died Thursv tone Hfteht! and area ha. ., l'i
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    a.Aa a --------- au AA t .f.t.
    >r> On Saturday 19 the dirt and gained 8
    1erra Sept
    s s>pt. 17 in a OatnnvUk pity more opened on lltyhwuv Jl: two ,
    I IVTRODICEUAT Jones who has an A B. and + hospital after an extended Indiana went. on the a arpathto points.Keystone. blocks< nmth of the traffic ,
    .. PTA MEETINf: :: ) I Mr*. Agnes Strong with an M uiueas" St. Augustine. but loot ih'' !' looked\ bettor at ', light It 1 it the Keystone. fill t W
    The first PTA meeting of I I I I A. Mrs. Audrey Williams th Mr Brown was born In battle to St Jovph's Academy the beginning of the second House! or ill 011111\. located in
    . the current school Sear was fifth Grade Teacher holds an Raiford on May 30. 1937.. He Against the rousing half but they .suffered thitold. H Iplle Church build ... '
    held last Thursday at the I| A. B. The two Sixth Grad was employed at Gold Head at: Joe PUshc.1. the In.il.in heavy: loss when Bruce Moon Inn. and d..lh1II. \ new aria r'v r gat
    School Cafetorlum with Pres1.I, I I teachers are Mrs. Nleda San q.1 TPlrk: and was a had a tough time unlulnu received>: allinltl.. Injury used furniture\! and I\P"U.\"t'.
    dent Phil Cromer.. presiding. I I ford with an A. B. and Hu- member of Hope Baptist t I yal' Jibut good attempt- sometime later! Bruce was Owners! and" oprrntois of .,
    . Main feature of the evening!I I! bert Ollphant. also with, an AIn v.i I -n .t ThcrewaSurviving life, made!' by Ducky, Bun,... '''''limping btu-k Into the. the \biivlnco are Jim and t
    was the Introduction of the B. are his widow, Elam Ollvson Gary Cooper.! field his ankh heMlr bond- I Ellen Beth, formerly: of J,cKomllle. rl
    school faculty by Principal I the Junior and Senior ',% Judy Judd Brown; and one Cliff Chapman ana StrphanRroka sad once aguin proving it Is ,, who IlveIIn.'d a
    Philip Knuth, and a llifti School: Mrs Claire f son. Ronald Anthony Brown *. hard to keep a Rood man t 1..CI'n. White. Sand take forsewrn e \ rh ,1t'
    I '11'''''. :i Keystone nxelvwl the kickoff down! I ." '
    down on their QualUlca ron-I: Lull who teaches English t. both of Keystone Heights; his term and recently
    I Assistant Principal holds an A. B. Social Studies 1:. ... .... '.;>'> .. father< and .stepmother. Mr In tilt first quarter but Many of st Joe's. yardage'' .tiv, ,it"' d M Ivromo full- time
    Benson. who, has an M. A.: Tearher. James Jackson. i ':. and Mrs Lacy Biown of| after three plu. 1'011..811101t dives were mopped bv fast- residents! !
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    Librarian. Miss 1 Emma Kate I holds an M. A. r; : -' ; Starke: his! mother. Mrs. .1 the 1 boll\ went to !st: Ji>? moving Gary Cooper and' Mr. IWI nm formerly oni
    Mansfield with an M. A. also; I I Athletic Director Leslie Kay Walrath Mildred! Byrd Church of Jacksonville Within the first four minutes Johnny Moon. And for one, i;;i i she iiv\d for Itht'rlStilt.\ l..iDlsblbiitor
    holds B. He 1 'of play st t Joe had scored remainder! of the third quarrel -
    Guidance and English lira Rhoden an A. : and a half brother :* out or Jl\t.t"-
    Ann NuU, with an A. B. degree also teaches Boys' Physical Weds Mr. MarquezIn Wayne Church and a half their first topehdoan\ and Keystone held tt< own "\\11".. but am tired of trawling .-
    Mrs. Barbara Og'-lvle' Education and Social Studies California '' sister Darlene. Church both thin seemed to set the pattern not allowing. the Flashes to !He hat had 3k! rears
    the Music Teacher, also has. The two Mathematics I' of Jacksonville" \ for the entirernlng wore again. exporlence in UM furnitureand
    an A B. Teachers. Mrs. Betty Bentley' Mrs Donna K Walrath. ofAdn I Funeral services were held During- the remsi' .nner of In the 4th quarter st Joe I appllrtticv" builncMKeystone
    First Grade Teacher Mr / and Sterling! Cratotree> both n. N. C announces/ the at 3: p m. Sunday In Hop! the first quarter boa teem.poured .I proved again to be> quicker, weh-nmes. thru
    ... Susie Oornto. has an M. A. have A. B. degnves. I I 1 marriage of her dnmhter. Kny I Baptist Church with Rev I I on their strength *. faster and stronger than new full,time residents\ to out
    Mrs. Florence Harris In the The science teacher Mm.. I Ellen to Eddie Marquee on Merle Fackham officiating I 1 gaunt their opponents; but ever n..r,1the (final buggerwounded cixnmunltyMELROSE
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    Second: Grade has an A. B. Virginia Jordan holds an M. :; Thursday.. Auit' 27. in The Burial followed l in the ;, quUk-thlnklni: KUin GllJ on they' had one again '
    !kept the Flasher frotr coring crossed the' goal line, bring i ..............
    Mrs. Kay Lindsay, in the S. degree. I, Chapel of Truth. Pasadena church cemetery under) direction | .I. ........"
    Third Grade has an A. B. Assistant Coach Orville Davis Calif. of DeWitt C Jones again by his (good clocking trig ore final IK'OTto! SJ-0.: in The business that
    The two Fourth Grade also has an A. B. and'' The bride U a former re lI l- funeral, Horne i I anti tackling The ud of the j I I their favorKeystone I II
    teaches Science too. Mrs. j firm. eight minute resulted In I war' hnndloappvdl 1
    Teachers
    are Mrs. Bonnie '*
    and '
    dent Iff
    I I of Keystone! UhU I
    Millie Jo Wilkea.! with an A. Is of Bradford I seven points fur St. Joe'. with, !111\ this fame. In that Marshall builds better communities
    a graduate! :
    B. Degree, teaches Girls' Phy- 'County 1I11lh School In ville to Keystone and thenceto I Keystone still looking for I Il'ardl''' was unable to piny I Ibecause nr Mrs. Grant Rethllammeruaa.u.au.u..a.u
    Edna WilliamsFLORISTNCRSkRY clral Education and Drivers' Starke. the ram. for the latter > their' first! coal ,' he bad Injured fuel| A. the nations. largest: source of homo loan,
    Education. I part I Spectators saw many attempts ,:, leg at SuarllosThe .
    Insured Savings and Ixtan Associations
    Mi*. Ann Sand born, with anA Infant ttptli- I in the second quarterby Indiana will liavn their, The Worn",, K-lrty of l.... "t
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    FLOWERS B Is the Business!! Education Supervisor: Is "'-loa. Juanita! On Sunday, Sept /. Michael both teams to score but MK-oml rhanw fo try again ClirhtUn levies held UelimonUtly ours play a leading rol In community devel .1
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    Teacher Olls on. Neal Ott Inner, son of Mr and'I At. Joe proved to be too fail | for a win on tpt :3.1.I when meeting \Its the rcrrealliM > .- ,'lIIfnt.'h..n you save with Ult, your money,
    Mrs. Norma Valldejull. withan LIUIt- but not least-Philip 11\.1r.\ William Prank Ottln."r' strong and exjwrlcltced for they play on their horn field. > blllldm After the bu.l- In addition, to earning excellent: returns 7"+:...b
    M. A.. Is the Spanish Knuth. the principal alm : of Keystone Heights' was I tie Indian. In the n-xt' few I with the fumed' tram front fleas' jwnxloii.. In chonre of.Mia. for you help* build, community. Start
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    iI Teacher.. I holds an M A in both Elementary ;i baptized at St Wtlltain'a minute, ths FI.ull") Had widened 1 t.nnnpll Tho tarn will atari I I J R Nobtisi, a IMVttram "TlMN .- a savings account: with us, anon.
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    and Edu- I at n o'olocso crone out and >* PurK| >M rr A Now Age.
    Mrs. Relta' Walker. Head of Secondary Catholic Church in the after their lead to 14Oatnn
    I the Home Economics Dept.. cation. noon. by Father Thomas Kelly I by Keystone mere support )our team In fhrg\ of MJ*. Albert
    For All OonwIiHM holds an M. A. degree :Mr Knuth also spoke briefly Mr and Mrs. Herbert Nel- few and far between but I Without trying to make axe< Mdllt'lnl\n. was tu'rwnUxt. .
    M.trnae rhone: OR S-2M1 Mr Knuth' Secretary i* on his plans for the year I: run were proxy o.> '
    Mr. Helen Wlldt\ Lunchroom school policy discipline etc I acting for Mrs\ Ottlnger'a sti- .reat asset. with" his long'I like tiJ m.htlAn that \they !lout (Continued On Nevt' Paqet,,
    .. Refreshments were nerved ter and brother ho live ktl i range puntlnic Men minute'', five valuable player* who i I' & Lonn Assn. of Starke
    .. I following the business.. Reunion the north! and were unable tot before the end of the first ,, graduated In June of thU
    PICTfKES tOH AN'M'AK attend A number of invited: half. 8t Joe again scored asa year Juhn Allen Jim M.,> MURRHEEInsurance 2IH :North' 1'.111111.|>l I'hone'tIlt) 'Ml.'OlMember : !)

    On Wednesday Sept 30. gueMa. were present, after' wrii-tlmcil pitch-out hit I MiiHj-y\ rttrhurd Moonevham.IXivl.l .. ...
    wf t III1 N4lng' \ alit ia.aa ." ".1..11. liic
    -- starting ale5a.m.: which the Infant's grandparents Schaeffer. and INroldlHnellen I Agency
    IF VDU Af? CARELESS, students at the Keystone )I Mr and Mr, Flank I I Two nthrra" went a./) Ask About Our
    i I School all 12 tal Lake Oct 30. Court of '
    : Heights Ottlnger, served' ntrt'lllun..nt.r.t .J ;; war to arhoolJohnny Mulr'and General Insurance
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    ErJOUGH.DUR PRESENT grades will have their pictures their home on Lake I Honor at Community Church. Jim Da.1.. a>). alone
    M "V' taken, ax they do every Geneva. Keystone Hats and Oct. 3J28. I with liliuiles. thy were d.-l I fir tlaa.atty'Marto.; CONSTRUCTION PERMANENT
    FETIMEJ! year for the Annuil. and for SUE AT WHITE: RO. oIJ A U .
    1 I Awl.Mai..
    exchange with their friend. i I FIFTH: ANT Silver Uprtngs. up to all of \M to rive Lh.mf J Jttmngr MORTGAGE LOAN
    With this information in'' This weekend the White I Buys are reminded that : support this weekend ( g.yatns.." lIa M., /1x-1114 _
    mind the boyS and girls will' Elephant Shop In Metrone' will Continued( On Next yeast' .
    on sure to wear clothing that'I have dresses for 25 and 60
    .Ill photograph well have rents, and othrr things alit
    their hair combed. etc. be .selling for ridiculously: low
    STILL SELLING; BI'I.BYFriday prices When you need arms
    evening Sept 18.1 I thing \keep the WhlU nle- jf !t
    the Keystone LJorta Club called : plant Shop In mindor on nnquncinnt i !J tr .-.J.
    p on local residents and sold: the other hand when roil t, ,
    4S. light-bulbs. The sale went I have something you\ DON'T
    very well and they' are sold need why not let the Shop
    out a. of now but with JIG ell. It for ,oU--on consign FORMAL OPENING
    ; many p-ople;: wanting more,! trn'nt Furniture and appliance -
    J the Lions hate put In another seem to Mil beet but
    order and when It comes in clothing also la a good Item.
    they will be coming around to The stop la open from 9 a
    the hake\ residents, and other )I m. till 5pm Fridays and
    arras not covered yet The Saturdays Keystone HOUSE Of
    a w. R.AdlrCsrsIelai'esa boxes of bulb are. 12 each K4KF. MALE TOMORROW Bargains
    and they cont.ln.n assortment Mr. Herbert Nelson chair
    of bulbs which are supposed man announces that the
    In anything ran be dUatrou.4. to oulUMt ordlnaryj! Women a Club .IU hold a
    ?t one. flake ".le l at .'10 Fildajr\ 3 BLOCKS NORTH ON HIGHWAY 21
    .. Start a checking; account today nviv IUVE MO4 t Sept 2ft! at Uv Reynolds Insurance
    The fact that the Keystone'''
    and besides saving time and energy Indiana took shellacking, at I Co
    a Woman'aClub
    of U *
    UdUs

    Yoy'II have a l legal( receipt and the start the Academy hands In St of Augustine at Joseph. on. \AU will baked be expected|goods and to contribute to. I Used Furniture Bargains l J

    i f to ......rl,. businvMi methudi. enturd! evening, auldn'tdampen help make thIS fleet project of
    of Aso stant -
    the uptrm big sue
    the current fear a
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    Coach Orville DiivU. -
    '::1 whose son was born at 6 p IffM., NEW K1C: Wtt.L.,. { Drawer Th4),r MapU-' '


    I I U :-: -w fattrr L r er.IalRre.rwe.sa.KEYSTONE !Is lAMSAaa m.the first in same son.a Oalnesnlle eirening and .was lie hoKHtal ls named their I M.W Mrs U Carfagno BeasWnr Mary ,have Tana and Mr this IV-asUy. Or week.see, Manic Chest $12-50 BABY BED $$1 5.00 5-Pc.: Dinette'! $$1 0.00 ,

    Gregory Sr-olt Coach Davis U the list leer .
    added their name
    m.na..... to apt from OHMIRKSTAURANT8 | of donors to 1M North Floe.'


    J HEIGHTS-MEIROSE I I Ida Miller Lye, lor.t-4 Bank Health at for Uv CrtlUr ReoUwIngAUht J HU1:In.> Dressing Table $$5.Oo1 7-Pc. Dinette $$22.50 5-Pc. Dinette i $14.95

    OaineavVto Th4 tr >B.nk U 3 Mirror. i u-it Top Table I rWmlfii 'li'tf cable
    *Jna
    supported br OrourwUtknn. -
    which **r..ea. asa

    1 IUSINESS DIRECTORY: ; ere--wI cWarlng tissue, trwrrd.nta In hm UK**.. in to need""*A1 of I WARDROBE $$17.00 I Bedroom Suite $$49.00 Bed Room Chair $$3.95l

    AM 1 In ttplant --' ,.s1., .. Ir.n. Walnut 4-rirrs-_ M4pl I
    : Beidler' ..* have been made" peal' .
    T>:UTA: 'KIOMCttor Western Auto bW Uirough th.. Wforu uB < IN
    ( : .mark Itt WtU, ) Holiday InnRestaurant .nic In .- than three
    Rr.nUfit.TOft.. Aaaod.te Store years Eve Uw lye Bank >hU I,"*' I ARMY COT $$2-50 Studio Couch $$5.00 I Baby Stroller $$4.95 J

    ALL AT DISCOUNT) :; : .Apts.-- ..)or.. .... vId.d __ for IM uan Mr On*

    rrtrm Mil M.rwk. A_ A..4 ..",..,. nr-. n- Pvrri )(.......t.tp Free J plant rrrsona wha do WK eat In

    Wheeler'aDiscount ..... .... I f-OWFLrTEL7 ar.lfO a.D. donna Uwtr r7ee. -r *.....

    Stole. ..... 'f ore T DAn WlZllLT easn llM ,.. iWMting rot
    I'.stl a Il BkT>- I Used I IEIec.
    r..n vs..ws Legit... this >. Bank U .n- fit lh- AppiianceBgains
    ..... au..ult. KW**"
    Il4we.. -.Ir_ -sD FY.tgvww1vrs Ala rtafte Itl-ll-- r-... |1 pro,.<.1. wf 1M
    Rd II GR15.1 .. ... Frets Ou (Y.sm/1tee Char
    I rat Hortk fit f..*.l UfM' |I.... IJow 0 arg' M. ""'.'.**.

    AUTO SUtVICS HXKJHIB' kMWI'Otei HIL011T1REAL fir ha a m>vir of ry* Bank
    I UtoTSUcr. 9t t* !tw .111 *. Range $ Auto Washer $
    Refrigerator $
    I I I lid to. ,.*,**...,. x...M pee $29-95 (0-00 $39.95
    Terrell' ESTATEC. rasa ta ear oIf11NW" thatI
    NURSERY I wqe3t7 raw.> C.a Mat .t "..It I....... tt. I. Hol ""t-\ I, !Lis."
    Golf Service 471-4171 _ _

    .Ire$1.10 a v.r.-T1w.Iwu. Ar'IaMMNye .... ,,_r7 ...... no OfT : J. Pete O'Conno. I /Irnf(M.f"..?A.u. ,"U ails SWiWThis

    MaMrgrr.orCY ........ n.a. afeat. T, n .1tAI.TOC ( .wr..,. l'1. .,.. stfie. I Wringer Washer $$35. Ref.-Freezer $ $11Q95 Admiral Ref.! $ Off

    : T A. M. TJ r. M .. I .&41. &nAnj"O.TGAGU : 1. a. UZI Ia4 II a as1b,1 :
    \ 1..1Mb. BWaCw ... anf. awtrr r4 P IJr*> I > >Id. |hr+. II IM. U, .12 I IK. ...*r
    fw..ea
    aq. .._ li..ate Iti4T. I AIFaAga1Lclf..4
    sewer. --- ... b _& the isa l areas
    'g Ifrgsta 'f.&. 01114WNrewE .coed. 1. Mtgethar

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    .,...s4 6La..ga. .. ...... ,. .ftS.. ..... ere w. -. at u.> V.see ''afrr It19"

    ..... ... sweet..e..ir. tI IlL .... Of _. ..w..**.>. >.'r.d' .... Tow ,,-"*'...,............... Mrr7 'W.aa1 40" Range $39.95$ Auto Washer $$40.00 \ Portable TV $$95.//

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    &JLMOrocoiti-;; ...-.u fa r. R.r s.fai.e ;:S. E. McKay Realtor sow lw. a .... ......
    rr .tr .e.aew. 55 f.Ge+. .....
    well o.u-.'...-"' ...... 10.s.r. Lr- 11M lase /La.. slaw. .. ,...,....... sow 0..wASt SAVINGS UP TO 40 % ON NEW FURNITURE
    t ergs. T.... ... t Ie S saw, no- .,...M lrn..nt. ....,.. as J_
    L.. r-s gia.esl r._ taker. at 11 r F. Pa.

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    PAGE TEN _, VUI '.WELVIC BRADFORD() COtTVTY TEI.KOIUPH, HTAIIKE, ."..K1D\ TJlt"lI.SDSFPT.' 24. I'''__t Tilt

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    the Juvenile counselor far grade up will use another of :|,, 'fiancee Mills Lois Pfronuner &pt 15, with a party at the I 1 son 43 and Melrose 18. [ their children Mr. and !Mrs I son of Miami: last week. He is Ing. 5 p. m Snack Supp .
    ?. S; m. Youth1 .
    Bradford county. The camp I' .the series of St. James' Les-I, end Lots' mother Alra. Louis home of Mr. and Mrs. Olynn Mrs. Belle Ford and sons of Rudolph Sapp in Albany, Ga. a former resident of Bradford MY p. :
    KEYSTONE Is operated for ten weeks each aons.JCtlscQpal. Pfrommer Rom New Milford Rothhammer.Mr. I Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. I' Mr. end Mrs. Wallace So- County. and the brother of inca 6:30() p. m. Evening! w .

    summer, and this season 183:> Young ChU1'ch.1 I. N. J.. .are all guests at White and Mrs. E. I. VanNetta Pete Nicholson recent:[>'. lano and Mrs. Annie Saun- Mrs. C. A. Crosby Mrs. EffleC I ship 7:30: p. m.

    FlBA HIGHLIGHTS children and adults were re- I men will meet at 7 p. m. this' Feather Court having arrived -' are home after visiting jars: ACU H.obe18on has returned ders recently visited relatives; 'osby and Mrs. drone Ra- ,! Tuf'ld.yCub! :\ Scout p ;

    gistered. Sunday f\41owing/ Evening I' Sunday. afternoon Mrs. their son MaJ Arthur Van- from a trip to visit In Miami and South Bay. I Kan. They attended the I 70 meeting In Fellowship HH.I

    The devoted.workers hope to Prayer plans and program/ Ca=lain to (Mrs. II. A. White- I Netta In Washington! D. C. hi-., sons.. Oscar and O. R. Mrs Waverly.. Webber of funeral in Miami! : last Friday 7:30: p. m. ..

    [From Preceding Pagwl be back next summer to awilst for the yew will be consldared. heads' younger daughter anda They also visited In Hender- Roberson and families! in Jacksonville spent the weekend I together with Mrs. Lucille I 'edncsdayPreyer MI t.ing .

    In this vital work. Few Key- sister of Mrs. Ruth Blebs sonville N. C. jM.vu
    Troop 105 meets every Tues- atones know anything about Confirmation Classes for proprietress of the Whit Mr. and Mrs. William Bead:! I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Blade sister. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ronald. Crosby. Sympathy la rehearsal 8 p. m. Comm .

    day eveningfrom 7:30: till what lies Just around th? children and Young! People Feather Court Mrs. Carfu-I of Jacksonville r.pent: the had as weekend guests. Mr Crosby. extended to the family. I slon on Missions: 8:30: p ir
    ( at Community
    0:30.: the ,
    Educational. curve on Bedford Lake, where will begin Saturday, Oct. 3at Kno's son, David used. to attend '' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. V. I and Mrs. Jack Baas of Bun- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward ThursdayChlldren's n. ;

    Church AARP MEETING Building./ U;ell are made new, characters 10 a. m. If a more conven- Keystone School, while Y. Crawley. ;: nell Mr. and Mrs. Howard and) children of Crescent. Ga. \ First MethodistCalendar Youth Choir practice 3 ':30 \,

    The Keystone Chapter of changed, and life for those ient hour IN necessary this living with his grandmother I Mrs. Oirland C. Juhrwon\ SUiUorf and daughter of West were weekend! guests of his I''! m.

    Time less fortunate takes on a will be determlruid at that. Mrs. Whltehead.'' la currently and daughters of Orlando Palm Beach David LaTd: or parents' the W. C. Wards. | for the week: -
    AARP held its fh'.t.l"un -
    brighter look. Ume. in the Navy. He no visited her brother-ln-Uw Miami, Mrs. Jack Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Morris I Friday Commission on

    meeting on Sept.. IS when At the business meeting I Inquirers' Classes! for Adults doubt has many friends among and sinter. Mr. and Mrs. L and children and Mrs. Inn and Miss Joyce Ward spent I! Christian Social Concerns, TilE RIGHT POINT for' ,lit
    friendswere
    member) and of which followed the program I and Young Adults: Two settee the local teen-agers., K. Magee.Miss. Wilkes and children, all of the weekend in Tampa. and I IDay.tona 7:30: p. m.Sunday way you write. Come in and

    - Lake guests! of Geneva Arnold Trailer Larson Park I coming events. were approved )I are chedu.11H1 at Uie outset | Miss Jane Reynolds daughter Trudle Fay Morris of New Smyrna. Beach. i Sunday School, ceded t your favorite E-STtH.

    bythe membership as follows this year-one at night, and of Mr. and Mrs WilUun Jacksonville spent )Rat week I There will be a working at'' BROOK fountain pen. TKII.-
    with members living In the ) ............. 9-45: a m Morning Worship.: GRAPH.
    : Oct. 11, 12 13. Florida tlte.othev during the day. The Reynolds Sr. la sba/rtlng a llt- with !her parents. Mr. and .YT..YT? Dyal Cemetery this Saturday Council meet- .
    11 MYF
    poets.Thirtysix
    m
    a
    park as
    Fellowship of Community first meeting at night will beheld |''tie Bible School Class on Mrs Mnward Mocils.Maxie to clean up the debris from

    DOU colored movie persons of enjoyeda mobile Churches at Daytona Boach.,' on Sunday Bept.! 27 at Thursday afternoon from 3 King spent last week \ Bayiess Hiway\ Hurricane Dora: and mow the ,

    home living as well aa view- Contact Mrs.A. C. Holt or, 8 p. m. The) daytime Class to 4 o'clock at her home on with relatives and friends inHartavtlle :, grass. All interested personsare

    ing the tarllers In the park. Mrs. D. A. Nelson if Interested will Jwwe its first IPI'lIHitlw/ Lakevlew Drive. Children aged 8. C. lly Nun" ,. O. E. L'losbyaau..a.a..Ah..u.aAA I urged to. bring their lawn Gas Genie says;

    Mr. Larson put his large In extending. Motel rewrva-! following day Monday Sept '! 4 und 5 years are invited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford mowers and other tools.

    e'rr Wflce building at the disposalof Lions must! be made early I 28. at 10 a. m lane has hud special college; spent! the weekend with their i The Sing will be held at MEET MY RIRL.

    the chapter and veralKames The 'previously' announcedFair All Holy Dy> that fall on training in this field and has son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs. Oils Crawford and I Ii navkum Hiway Church Saturday -: FRIENDSUELIKES

    enjoyed and Luncheon of ChurchWomen weekdays, will until Christmas I i special talent with small and ,Mrs. John Simmons, in night at 730.: Everyone Is
    of bingo were Mrs. Lee Flake of Jackson-
    7r : was renamed and will be observed at the Wednesday shltoircn.: Call herat 473-4746 Orlando. i invited o come out and en-
    through the kindness of Mrs. villa! wereSunday afternoon !
    : be known as! the Country' Eucharist: following Ap!"aklnir of David Servls I| !, Joy the evening with us.
    r.e'' Elva Scott of the BradfoidCounty Mrs. Mary Bullard and MrpCelestla | visitors of the C. C Croahys.lMrs. I
    Lunrhon will be> -date of in Key- Forest Crosby of Daytona.
    Fair Store. their oceuraneo.: who is visiting\ now I i
    Club West of Gainesville
    Citizens I
    .
    Senior Browning I Is spending
    hour and the followirw that | and Stanley Croaby of OolI Natural Gas
    the sewed at the noon Keep in mind tonp. we might mention I
    and member of spent Wednesday with Mr.
    a new a while with her brotherinlaw -
    afternoon tea time is alra a covered dish supp.: One on m' Hept! 17 he graduated. and Ovid 11 I umbia. S. C were! visiting .
    Mrs. Oano. .-
    Keystone Chapter and sister Mr. and Mrs. ,.&
    voted to feature.! The dates are Nov. Out :21. and one on Nov IBaoth from Optloalmen's! School at their parents Rev and Mrs .. Just As Well As I Do.
    The members Curl 8e 'ba of Dothan Ala Fred Chittr in Bunnell. ..
    12 13. >; at 6:30: p. m. fit-pat, Lakes Naval Academy, C A. Crosby, Saturday after-
    A Fishtim change the day of Thursdayin meeting ,Church Women who will toe PERSONALS 4th in his clawi. His next aaMgnment visited Mr. and Mrs James J. I Mv and Mrs. R. B. Crosby' noon. If you are in doubt about Natural Gas ask
    from Wednesday to Boyle and l left with
    contributing warm clothingfor Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmera'entertained < will be on the. US9 Monday and children were!! visitingthe Beginning! the first Sunday friends and neighbors that use it and get first
    TIME I order to ttooommodate the Peace: Corps! for TangranyIka Otis Crawfords i In>' Jacksonville servicesat your
    the World Community at their home on Fulton a Sub-tender. He will In October evening' !
    ...whin tht more members and .tit meeting Into Day In November are asked Lake Brooklyn lalt.! Sunda; be working 'WIth periscopes,!. Africa. Thursday nlirht.M the church will be as follows hand information as to its convenience cleanliness!

    the program Community of Church bv Mrs Ray etnrnes and her afternoon/ i with a cook-ou and the like.Rodney Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Turner '*. and Mrs Charles Crosby I : Training Union 6 p. m. economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want

    place committee to bring name at and barbecue honoring a Paul, one of the and sons of Jacksonville and baby of Waldo recently I Preaching' at 7 p. m. Wednes- Natural Gas too.STARKE.

    educational building; Covered the Oct. 5 general meeting/ o.: friend John Manna who wotoelubiittlng Keystone Indians, was In the spent Monday with Mr. and visited his parents the L.! day night Prayer Service 7

    For October only: 12:30 onOct to the circle IJ1A>ltlnR'S! on his ,loth birthday Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. V. Y. Crawley. A CroMjys., p. m. Everyone is welcome to NATURAL GAS
    at
    dish! luncheon : I
    entertainment Oct. -Shipping date is Nov John |111. Starke boy. currently week with a bud ease. of vir Melrose lost Its first River- Mr and Mrs. Eldon Sapp all these services.

    8.and Program social how' meeting 6. employed !Mawvachunetts. us. Unfortunately for the land Conference game to and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Pad- We were sorry to learn of CITY HALL PHONE 961.235165'i

    Out. 22 at 2 p.m. The first! Mens' Club* MeetIng O/ueitta include team.'.. Rodney !took sick; Just Bronson Friday night Bran Kett spent the weekend with fie "'e"-:1: of Wiley Edmond-
    ( on
    and of the new season will bni, John's parents Mr and Mrs before' the game Saturday' I I
    Starting In November ..
    until further held Monday Sept 20. ftt Mrs. Ettom Manna of Starke night in- St. Augustine Cone

    MARSHALSun. end notice;thereafter covered dish luncheon 6:30: p m. in the .educational and Mr. and .Irs. JioUono o' nequently., he sat on the benchwith Most Sweeping Changes-

    first building TliU will be a dinner Gainesville chills and fever all
    meetings at 12:30: on I
    Thursday of each month. Entertainment : meeting. with an interesting 'Mrs. Emery H. Cooper -th through the lI..me.. Fans wondered -

    and social l meetings program and plans for Library Board of TnwUvy why Rodney wasn't hi ,

    at 2 p. m. on each thirdThuriulay. fall activities Mrs Walter member from District '4. attended the game and we feel he had RAMBLER ANNOUNCES THE SENSIBLE SPECTACULARSNew

    Orollnk's .circle will prepare a Library'Meeting on ft pretty good reason.

    the meal. Sept. 17 U. and 19. in 8tPoterotourg. Erie Oarbor. son of Mr. and
    at

    'Til 2 Elected p. m. Bept.Church officers' 30 in to will the meet discuss Community NEW\ ,.. FROM 8T.VIIJ.I.M'M 'a woikshop.. The uiualnUnic meeting wa'tlr> Mrs ion's' CJiarlos Point. arrived latter home of !'Not recently !. 3 Different Sizes. New! 3 Different Wheelbases. New! 7 Spectacular Engines.


    proposed by-laws. At 3 p. mrill St. William's Altar Society members of the Board & after touring Europe!

    and cochairmen met in the Annex Monday Trustees and the Librarian- this sunmno, with two classmates
    chairman
    will meet to plan pro- ,morning, Sept 21, for the with the new Federal laws on from Harvard. His sister .

    rent of the first meeting: of the current libraries.In Oa.-cl' -now Mm. Bucky
    grams for the year.
    New number Joining Uie season with the president, last weeks' lyiue" "Mrs Evarttavlk.!: of Pittftburg. Pa.

    .iliI chapter since September arc Mrs. Hoe Cooper presiding. Dnn n/oper",/ wa honored fo'' came for a visit. at horn
    .
    Mr. and Mi'.. Lawrence Dold- It was decided: to change the. having made her deliveries of' with her parents and Eric at

    and Mrs. Sidney regular meeting date from the. Florida Tines Union durr- about the same time. She
    er of Keystone!
    Godwin of HawUiomo. the third Thursday of the nig the hurricane. It. was e I brought her two children with
    .
    Inquiries recently received: month to thirt) Monday morn, 'well-deserved citation bu' her.Carol

    from AAHP members In the ing at 10 a. .m. There will be the poor lady's name Is no' will" "bn returning t.oPlttalmrlC .

    Hawthorne area Indicate.! s vnral two night meetings! purely ofa RQPCr It Is Lopcr. Mrs. D this, week while r' _

    new! member: intevrated social nature. P. l iper. So let's give Bred; "tic' will be going back for his r L y 'y : S'Ra'far1F 'Ay'laI' ,

    w. 411 Joining the Keystone. Chap- The budget for the year was I It to the right person! third ;year" at Harvard. I a.tr
    Kro- On What In ? A lot of
    presented by Mrs. Fran Btinday afternoon Mr a name

    i enrolled mer' Way. and Means Chair and MI'.. Gordon Baker of headaches for a typist who Is ,:

    Everyone wm pleaned< to man. She reported the September Luke, Oeuova entertained t ta ,ill thumbs. This week, we

    hlMrs, Nettle Smith one Bake Bule a huge sue pig buitxectie in their .rd have hit the luck-pot: to wit: I

    able to ce s. Guests Included Mr, and Mrs -"'ano. Cnrdlnas... ValldejullPaUttOtto. :
    of the first mrmbeni,
    |I attend the bingo party Brit! Mrs. Cooper, announced her Paddle Cardinal and childrer Cnrfaano. Pfrommer. -,'

    )has been 111 for the punt, nines choice, for the various committee of Cocoa Beacti: Mr and Mrs and Evashanlk and

    month Mrs John Karae chairmen: Mrs. Moilfc- Oil Parades and children a' everyone a mouth-fulll I IHT.

    the nick list Robinson, Mrs. Lena Clemens Lake Ocneva; Mr and Mrs
    who has been on
    >I Mm Mrs.' Joann Wrtirlit. Mr. Mitchell PiviTtK. and son AVNE'S! EPSCOP\I.|! .
    also enjoyed the! party
    1 Catherine Hopkins, mother of Margaret Oaboardl, Mr. J. J Gary of OcsU; and Mr. sty CIH'RCII. KEYSTONE: !' :

    Mr. Arnold Larson, returned Doyle, Miss. Anna McCuUlough. .Mrs' Elias: Parvdcs, alto: o': Schedule of services, effective -

    *i last week from a long visit iMrs. Mildred Button Ocala. Ort. 42: 'fie, |) ,\\flIl?I|) \ 1f I> \ CI
    in Chicago and found a Mrs. Mary, K. Schaeffer Mrs. Jorge ValUliMull la feejlnt Sunda"MomlnlC Pr.yer.1 IV VlMOljIjIV 1 ViVll I >/\k5kLViV.! in power.. New longer ,"hcelba c. SENSIBLE! mand 232 Six ,to optional 327 cu.-tn., V-8.

    Reseed) ,, hearty group to greet her for Margaret Lrtilanc. Mrs. Fran lucky these days, after. brine II o 1 v Eucharist Church I I Largest!: and finest of the New Ramblers Greater room. easy handling. "NEW! Disc. NEW I Twice..many Ambassadpr models for
    rtromer Mrs Lu Nelson and In 11',4fol'aunt, boaplu' School Sermon. 9-30: ) a. m '
    ,
    her first meeting.l'OMM3'NITY I Brakes,optional.; !NEW1 I Spectacular' choice: of J 1965 including a dazzling new convertible.
    Mrs. Cut riper.Rev. last week with broken or mill Evening: Prayer. 7pm.

    'IIURCII PnUier Thomas Kelly placed vertebra' caused by ""IIof I 1>1\11- Dally Choir Officesof I
    fall meetIng -
    general
    The first
    who was present at the meeting hay droppinii! on back o Morning' and Evening

    of Community ChurchWomen announced that a Forty" his nark. He I Is, 'fortunate I Prayer. 8 n m. 8 p. m,
    held In the educational
    was Hours Devotion would beheld t that the results wtue not inert WednesdayHoly Cuclisrt : p
    l building- << on Bept, 14 at m. William's dating "VM-IOIM., After a fw rt* yi 10 a. m. :

    .. Mrs. Arthur Dralnrrd. 2nd the ftrub week In October, rest. U U 'business a* ujual'.

    vice president Introduced the Father Kelly and Mrs. Boyle for Jura. .66..6.4&4&.4A. .rp ;:Tt
    Eugene
    ColE '> speakers Blusher' of CApt.the Salvation nave a resume of the In. Mist Donna Craft has returned Melrose.a..au..u..au.
    of '
    statute' of the Confraternity to her home In Clifton!
    and his wife, who I.altIC .
    :25961 Army Captain In the BA.. CltiUtian& 1Joc a'1n. that !thy rom, V*. after .upenrttnsthree .. ...
    a attended In Jacksonville recently. weeks with taw JoJlIY
    rollquqtitpj They recently transferred to The Institute dealt, Warren f fx rally on Kat Lalov (From Preceding Page. ] I

    $ Jacksonville Florida arwt where from they Soutliwent do- with. revised ways of prtwnt- view I>;.lv*. Donna was, the Duplicate. Bridge Club for last s
    tug the Catrrhlom! to ciilklien wrest' of Carol Warren anti t _
    Heavy teaching work. For eight week include tho following' I )
    and teen.sere.Outoftown. he returned Ixtme to
    con
    .
    weeks they directed activities Mrs. IloUnd" Bryan and Mrs.It.
    ,011V*f guests whoWI'1'tl untie her high school studies
    N. first
    at Camp Keystone on Bedford Livingston place: ;
    present *t the meellnawrr Mrs. Anna Bchrlefer from
    I...ikr for underprivileged children Mrs. Rey IVvchei" and Mrs
    TWOSCJlt. t Mrs.\ lloyVe's daughter. Uraont. N Y .la. vMtmi Mr .
    PhIl
    Tills camp has brru di- | Kroim-r. second place; sr.re
    ... MJ-S. Alien niottmon pf Detroit tend .Mrs. rddle. Raynor al'
    meted thnmtgh the ."Ol't..ot Mra.. Jolux P. ro lr' and Mr

    :: nc.>{; Florence' Jennings, who tsFoc and Mr. Merle Hey lakeslit rntt Bthrl-
    .. nor"s sister> Mrs. Ann Schrtrffr and Mrs. hairy Lloyd and Mrs. C.
    20J-53; of_ ELmont.: N. Y .
    t'fM', 202-ltl Caleehlsttt. Classes for all! lime!' for "Ultra' (in Mon
    Mr. and o.-ht A
    : airs.
    1024t 'oO children of araiVrhooi" > .. Mr day of Mils ...k. Ur.Mm. and I I Buyl' of O.un"tlHt. are the
    will br held each Hnlurcjiy I II Call? 'PIt&IO frpmTvnlnnton.
    A: rflr ;."""t. of a sun. Jmtn' ** Andrew -
    THRU I at St. Edward. CXmn..
    morning llcut, ar- I
    203-t :r..U 0aII.; Mi house In atrfc. rar.1 plead< .* the Httmnm' for two at Alarliua, burn o..nu..1.Monday. Mr Hept.and 14 '65) I llAMBIJUl( (CIASS1CIS' 1 ( SP CTACt L \R' B.-. l. most powerful terxofn t'* ....*. T,:rque Comnuik! S... Tao"'
    'On\e'rllblc
    CU ner.-_ ""cJanw. ">1''J. \ .11 ;
    IOJ-lt: 4 UU 11 .. m. au.r fur the I WM ks. Mrs IVUntuiUt' U .".1 :Mrs. J J. IloYls. are the p.- option ur 10 -0 hi; NEW\ Dttc Brake*.
    tviionl bu&'w.nd IIklAl other iBtcrawdUlc-Mje' t Rambler lop. 4gov SI.N5IHtt': Increawd' tr-v*. Douhta
    : :r..r Utah of MM H ynor'. snt i (lane. ) trandiwrtnu and Mr w optional Safety Bra e" *ep.i4i. Ij -

    l will meet at V p. m. Tuesday I I INen1n. Ann and Eton Pills are lux and Mi.. U.wU Allen of Fort culnvincu other U.S. males. NJ.W Three Icon(.W-&and nu. uanJJo.l *U Ramblers.rw ..

    rout : :Your Bom Can It... .. a' at. W1U1".\ hail. I rlrtin In the Own Will....'I Worth Ttva are tb. maternal -

    234-U Classes mill begin Hnturrir.Brpl. home on l IAlkf' K<*y.lone. (kne( I
    KWUWllllUtUUS.Mr" .
    .X04-U : "COMPLETE" 39 and "Tuesday' eve and his family meted to the 5 :
    and Mr O Beaky
    *
    u* .r
    ... Ckne'U
    SpitW n.- Park: area, sine .
    are the parent' of. tUunhlw. ''
    nviB Mewl Conu-IS.nke NEWS: FIIOM !8T.! .\NHE' now office manager for the 'fie
    War riiutH-th been laIMteentu )
    Chutrlt School Clews mil new CU, sQeatrlc I OfJle .lM a.Jsc
    205-1. 0- -U L.. M all Tear. Aleiwa, general l IItteP'-I
    *M-l l :'1ssn. i..-.... ally raW tw or> nls
    ., ., Plans and malettala.re.ch.-i" and fitvtron Mocxaii: and their '. Mr end W I' r rt ....
    {.-.- y ter .... ... ... a" Ms
    liilrd for three roupa ,, three children
    are bark inw\ O. BUt&.toQ ., (Mtn..tli., a.dtha f
    ... J'IAM >Iwl > \ ICAN
    i r- a.aI the leadership. of Mr. Paull their home on lakevl.wttl. .

    .pevMmM. U tftw ...... ./ the, Church! et-hool auprrillItndeQi. ,, .. hkh.. U. lilts had} psvttaal .giesids.n.ntaape L file
    -......... -. the Ute air and Mrs Comp.da
    i I 'Md. The Mnw.nns bees' ........n I) SiHiler. ., of Madison stta ,u a.ciser ,'c_, king Y .I.
    C.t..1! Nla ha.w tb.le Je' Care .f Inf.n'.nd' (led- IU.tl1, In Ilnyton 1\MIt"h.. v
    .. Mrs nrlm ('kt'fIII the god.mother '" f .
    1c ..
    InfcrtoelD" ... di en. along ..I IU, an t4
    ,..... :: Florida ary itrunraiu& for 1>ce-*uhuulkchlldrvK [tune cun .ni iu for UMOIJ( Mrm, I. M p*..rall and Cut w a-- .I to, ,,.....,, INWTonmc (
    D)...rt t ... U planned.&
    Cote On Pest persoiis M rh'.w of after the bulking of lb. arw4. leMlrd tht openta i pnvlew of nit =.---.el St.rSeatI'" tJ.. "f .
    .:, this Krv.lon.tr.14.11&, the V-8 (Choices)
    tti .
    both oUMUI WUnI. betas t UM P| ..rMU" ArUf "4 at Uw t._ .' .Ram eye N.P .--.
    'M Control tmipln of rtttldrvn. ( elTt.&t.r& ale dire up UtHians Mwvusn: .f Ao> ric8 Indian. c.; -.... ,., 'f'. &'\,." ,
    third ve"" .....'. T vex C+'> su+ .. w J.nsnsr So.1fICt. .
    .... It. Children Uirwiltn- the i Art In t :> a 't\\ '- ere..N -
    M CHEMICAL CO. i. ti 1ei t tI TSOOM.Mr vet .... ..... t'o.... sI. rs ,w- .,1 Tan.
    ire L_ r. li> will be grouped v t* > Jew and Helen' Wallace! K "j sets f" tIC"-1. .sees v ly i iwM
    1401. I l$11e *. EJQ: :Money sprnt srr- F )I.d.'or. IIf'h".u"- ,.... .
    iesitae Yw 41st' aatrr' j Mae returned from tbelr' I. v .Y4er was !tt -r _r.i taan att w

    ..w:..:. Phon.9614963t : lit. James'. 8f'licoa of If-1 vacation. lit ltelasi... I Ifwtseer C.I, ant.. days with U->r T"ther.lr- 4 i lao ...- ell ren.n wwet'- Slats ''X 1.-.y''i Leer 'f"K ,.......
    .law
    and Mr
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    .. an4r sister, dor r. btsd.t sous _.napes T. t ..
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    ..PACE FOURTEEN BKAlJtI'OlU'l.e' t'NTT TELEGRAPH: RT\KKK. FLORIDA TUt'RCD! \Y. !REFT.;; 2... 1961

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    I .Y'rt'.1 with Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter In Jacksonville. I I' asked to remember tnelr obligations | your youth in attendance.The Saturday night a .1 nAmed Court and cause. and .r ra
    We didn't have much In- please have written Commission on Stewardship festival will are required u aervo. a > nprof
    | be presented b
    I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED } your nwct, ''r eMillnff to
    BROOKER Mrs T. W. Marlcey. Mrs formation on the new arrival reports. Morning service 11 and Finance reminds various choirs from the I the mplM.lnt. <.n. the Plaintiff *
    Mattle Sowcll. Mrs. }t, E. last week, however grand- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD; COUNTY a. m. Evening service 8 p. m. I;I i all members of the obligation trict. Attorney Thomas A Pierre.
    !i! By Joyce A. CastleD Stokes and (Mrs Beady Con- 'I mother Parker filled us in : .j i I All members and Mends invited. I of the 4th Sunday Sept. 27. j Sept. 27-Sunday School d1s-/l Mtarkw.luliial In Florida the offlic.and of file the their'lvrk'-:
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    nerly! of .Hague attended with the details this week This day is set aside as Membership 10 a. m., conducted by of the Clrrult Court on ... t be.-
    :' rhone 483.2321uaa.u..suauuau Church Services at Union Wilbur and Olencla Andrews ADtl.T CLASSES! .I I ducted by RevWUlm3, ]"- .of( The Gospel Choir Union will Rally Day. The Con- I superintendent and' Rev. E. fore the lath. .day ..if (CKtobui, ....
    I II 1984. utherwrlao the an.atof \'"
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    Church at Helltoronn Springs I are very proud of the baby Clashes f : ""' .,,'-th1 celebrate its second anniversary ference is swift- ,
    I I Adult are being organized Jacicsonrtllc: -AE,x70 : year passing D. Robinson president of the Miri Complaint will boo tak n
    Saturday and Sunday. | on, born In the Alachua QenI"J'I11 and all interested Youth Peoples ,tLeague.w1U be'' on Sunday at Allen 1.k.> therefore it Is time for us Sunday School and BTU Con- | .ax. i imfntnt,il 1 bt you
    Mrs. Kenneth, Runs, and Mrs. Ida Lee Plummer of : Hospital in Gainesville. I Thin netlec. shall. t h. publlaheit.
    +: persona are' Invited to enroll: conducted by tMJf-Vf; Md nt Chapel AME Church Mac- as members to be deeply con ventlon. 11 a. m. sermon by I j one. ouch week for four < un
    Dean and Dale Runs of Starke was vlaitlng Mr. and Sunday Sept. 13. Tills young English !: conducted little Benny Rev. L. Lennon host cerned by : .
    The basic subjects are with music by our responsibility. Rev. E. D. Robinson; alter- outlvo w(\"'k In the BraUfordColltil
    Gainesville!' spent the weekend I Mrs. Clyde Cone and Mr. and i, man was given tho name, 1 Math, History. Rea<1IDl1. Mia Maggie:.\I.tADI"'I.; '. '" V*..tor, Mrs. Corene Butler We ask each member to try I nate. Rev. L. W. Mosley. Sun- ': \ Tfl.*>K1ophDaivil ..
    with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I Mrs. A. L. Green Saturday. ,! Wilbur Drew. Both mother Science, and Sewing.! For information Weekly schedule; Monday chairman of the program very hard to let us have no day: 3 p. m. sermon by Rev 1964Charl this. 4th day of S pleuibr. -
    *Ruas. Mr and Mr*. 11. E. Stokes!I,! and baby are doing fine and : contact the prin night, Senior pk uirxh4rsat. committee has planned an blanks. We are depending on George Lee ST.; alternate I 1lIAJ.1!
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    Mrs. Janie Waters end Mln- Jr. and family of Alachua' are now at their home near cipal's office at HJE, or-MTL'.' Tuesday ni :liC-&u ry. Hour.Wednesday enjoyable program starting at I you Harry Young, church''II Rev. W. A. Miles Sunday ..a A. Para,.
    i nle Mccks of Worthington were visiting Mrs. }I. E. New River. : Clerk of the Circuit; Court
    leader.
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    L. M. Royal. There will be a : 'yIlgM'GenetalPrayer 2 p. m. Sunday. Sept l I lay night; sermon by Moderator lly Janet N' C'artvrOvputy
    I 1 were visiting Mrs. Mamie Stokes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Forsythof fee for High School atudcntn ..MeetingThursday\ :Many\ choirs from various New Bethel Baptist... Church I O. O. McArthur. Public In- Clerk.
    t Hodges Sunday. Mrs. Alice Edfwrardi Is not plant City and Mr. and I ORGANIZATION night, Junior Choir"rehearaal.. cities and churches will pro Rev. A. Vinson pastor. The vited. -M. J. White, reporter.
    Mr. and Mrs. Bill Canry of feeling .o well VMM week, Mrs. H. A. Coleman of afternoon of music 12th annual I
    j: Organization of tb ,>4t1\1\,i i I P.lday: night ; 'Player Bind I vide an session of Mt. '.
    rt--. ,Sanford were visiting Mrs. however She' enjoyed visit Oalneavllle, were visiting Mr.+ Grade Cleat Is as : nwetlnf, Tit putrilc ft'Invited Mrs. Sarah Morris chairmanof I Sinai Missionary Baptist
    r. Mamie Hodges Thursday. from her son and daughter. and Mrs. J. II. Swell( Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Roberta.- teacher; to attend all actlVltle. whether the refreshment committee, i' Assn., Rev. O. O. McArthur TEPUotle Notebooks at WILLIAMSJEWELRY.'
    Mrs. Rosa Cason of Bran- In-law. Mr. and MrR. J. V. Mrs J. P. Harris of Phoenix 'I President Herman Th mad: /'I' they arf...held 'lit" o4'cllurrh has provided refreshments for I i moderator: will convene with $2.20 .

    ford was the overnight/ guestof Edwards, Sunday '.fttsrnoon. Ariz has returned several 1 Vice President James I* Williams or in a homevf-t<.<. .MCCUt- all. Mtos Gospel Choir will be I, the New Bethel Baptist the TELEGRAPH.
    Mr. and :Mrs. Evan Hodges We arc glad to report that home after spending : Secretary John > W. chen reporter.'' Edcr': Louis lDAcKay | crowned, and the public Is in- Church in Starke on Sept 23- I :\OTK-R TO naFE.rn: :
    Tuesday. Mrs. Rosa. Kelley la feeling I days here due to the illness of !Mosley; Assistant Secy.. ca.r pa4WC. : vited. 1 27. l. 1rr.lt <-...... Itriifford
    John Oreen of better She li in her mother Mrs. Rosa lOlley I ,', Morion I (...<,.. Florid' !. ('....errr..
    Perry spent some now null Williams; Treasurer, Mr Greater AJlen.Chi pl AMEi. Mt. Methodist; Wednesday nigh.. Sept. 23, ('...o s.... ItKftnt REPAIRS
    last weekend with his parents' Alachua General Honpttal InOalne Mr and Mrs. L. L Dyal M, E. Roberts; BuKlnes,'Mgt: | Church: Rev L. ,A.. 13atnpsoa Church Rev. Clarence Stegeri program rendered bv: local Mae. .Cooper.. Plaintiff, tt'ATCIIES-UGI.tlON I>S
    Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green I .vllle, and her ditfjhfcer, were visiting( Mr. and Mrs. W. Joyce Woods; Assistant Mgr lB ton will be I v... Karnrvt Cooper. DrfpiiJant.NOTJCK
    paaf..or. Ref ini pastor. Church School, 9:301: I All Work GuaranteedA.
    youth. Morning, aftemon. and :\ : TO APPKAU
    Mr. and Mrs L. O. Lewis of Mrs. L. L. Dval. said .thai she H. Sorrclls and family in Joan' Dean; Reporter! Malton to the fe and last''
    host rtdu- To AildrcmiUnknown.
    : Barnett Cooper
    Holland
    with William
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    savannah. Ga. were visiting seems murhi better. Jackxonvlllc Wednesday UtI I Jean CovtnlCton".1, for this! I night services' which include| C. William!
    Quarterly! Cq ntWficnre '
    Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter this Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green tie Sandy SorrelU fl, compan- j The 7th Grade held its first) conference year "Sunday, charge. If you. cannot ati' Bible Study and preaching| You u-* hereby noUfle.J thju" 112 W. Call St.

    week. were in Oca la last Saturday.Mr. I led them home to spend a I class meeting with' both'zeC* S vt. 21.",.t>>% members. are tend yourself. please have Thursday and Friday On I, a riled suit aitalnut for IMvorce yaa In the hnii shove been ..I ... Fla.
    Mrs. Ella Lewis has returned .. and MJ'II. Roy Oreen few days. tlons present. OffteerewtTe< I f .
    to her home In Graham and family spent Sunday !with Mr. and Mrs Steve Kelly j elected aa follows; President, -- 1 .
    after upending three weeks! Mr. and Mrt. Robbie Branam and Mr. and Mrs. W. D Can- Ronald Strong; Vie PrM1- .
    non of Jacksonville visited dent, Joseph Alston; Secretary '
    Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal Sunday j I Flora !"rules.I.MA... 1ao-l
    ----- |, tary., Shirley Mark:. Treasurcr the beautiful shades for* flJ65

    a complete breakthrough In ,: Ernest Russ was honored on I I I Erma Dean; Sergeant- ,. -
    his 60th birthday anniversarywith at-Arms, James MoOolll, and
    concept desigm-and PRICE! i a surprise Mrthday cake I Betty Joan Lyle'
    and lee cream supper at the The Senior Class met Sept.
    adds home of his daughter Mrs I 18 and elected officers as follows .:
    Sonny Dukes of Gainesville : President: Henry Dan2Yv[ : jc
    Pfo Kennnth Runs of Stutt Vice President, Clarenee'SlIll1'ton -
    subtracts fart Germany bas atao been ( ; Secretary Winifred _
    reading the Brooker' news in I Sherman; Mat Secy., :hills
    The Tele nwph. He'd been re- r rk
    M. Powell; Business Mar\agera wl'ifY + ya
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    multiplies irccelvlnfr it from his
    mother Minnie P. Moore; and
    Mrs. Ernest RUM. Harrington Chandler; Treasurer
    Sylvester Covlngton' :
    FIRST TIME EVER Sgt. at Arm, Benjamin
    Franklin and Rufus Donley;
    Let's GoSGardeningl Hamentartivn.. Jlaywnrd: ILL .

    An Electric Adding Machine I Randolph!. Reporter Dottie 6. : ... = === .. -=
    Chandler; Chaplain, Shirley i
    ( Din-man. C. B. Dribble,

    for less than $100 : By Henrey Sharp sponsor.REVIVAL. PLANNED' ?... A. .W. Omnbt.N Impala Sport SeJaa

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    I Florida AgrleultaralS Yatendea A soul-stirring and! ,oul--
    rvt!. saving Revival mil start at a '' '
    p. m. Monday. Sept. 28.. .At 'rJIienVJ' fet Tt8 longer! lower, is Jcr-.hh comforts tliatH" Jnitrnmrat! panel that's a conversation piece. In''

    rk.. "i k,' i First Born Church of the living :. have many an expensive car wondering bj it fact just !about everything t new right down to
    INPNII! III; Many ladles are suspectedof God. On Sept >7 the of ,... think of them first. More\ shoulder room, the road. And even that'll seem newer Lecture
    bleaching' their hair blondein 'B.'iA Oospel It'1didn't
    I march of beauty Singers starlit will and be the here. .. ACt leg room up front. Cuircd lido 'windowa, an ,tko Jet--Mmooth- tiJo.-!ia- smoother." -than ever.--. .

    I Hurricane Dora Wall no dif William Lane Jr.;' celebrated 4 "1 I r 11" -
    ferent. But since she had no his 19th birthday last. Sunday -

    hair it may bo that she took with 18 guesU anjoxl ". .. .
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    her wrath on your lawn and this occasion with the .honor .. .
    wave' it a color rinse with gUl'tlt.Zf" hanlah Lane re- .
    rain water. porter; Elder Flax Howard .
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    ty It may be toning Its lush I Greater Bt'thloohm'I'r I "! ;' :.. \
    green color \because of a Will Baptist-The youth':,Department .
    soaking '%y a windy lady. will b* in chart Of '

    \\\1ill.l 1\ Centipede groan if often the services all day .Sunday, i''.' ,. :
    School
    with Sunday s
    first to take on a yellow CASt starting .. j
    following a heavy leaching. with L. C. McCutchw! tai '!
    You CIUrl'store the green charge Morning s rvtce con. t .,----J '
    Smith-Corona color by spraying the gram ; ;

    with an iron sulfate nolutlon.
    yl FIGUREMATIC50+ Apply a spray mixture of I owners have reported them
    two teaspoonfuls of the Iron These vicious'looking little .
    compound per three gallons/ insect may startle, yeu How IB QbHStlLEZo S Que''ai'
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    of water per 50 square feet of |I ever the' oon plrou Pole ,of -
    lawn area. Chela too iron products hook at the end of' trrtlr y
    $ aim are recommendedfor abdomen are harmtoiu. Theydo ; erelle Here* .H that! made CTicrcZE America.. mjn' V9 power thtt'il make you think; wa stole oma of I

    i! $89. coloring up lawn Ira_*. not live up to the anperatl- popular new sued car-jJua some'new rnrprW. Con* e'*stuff-nhich we Ji.l.All told, fire engine

    Lawn also with a dull green tlon of attacking people ir! .. .. Like thoR cleaner,holder lines.Like the silky way axe araiUMo from a quieter: ail to a Y8 that COOK
    color will snap to life again the ear. lIp hV bti
    ,' I with an application of Earwig are commonly .. ita new' due tLLuis over ciao diopplcot: coadj LjLa on 300 Lowe I\lOD& ? .,
    a ; fertilizer.: Apply about 25 found beneath board, .In .fie b. -
    1Mw 1 Tai pound of fl-fl-fl INPK1[ J ferti wood piles, under leaves and
    liner per 1,000 square feet of other plant matrrUl They t, .t .

    , I Adds 7 nmn-.I. 8 to 990,099.99 .1'*'''. I I I, become numerous in well kept .. .
    I i Sprinkle the plant. food I lawns Curwtgs are largely '"t.
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    evenly over the lawn then scavengers feeding nn dead i '
    ! SEE IT NOW 'water in to prevent the graaa I I and decaying. organic matter. .,..
    I from being burned by the' They rarely damage plant .- ..
    Camilla' plant food ....ment//*. I In the event you Mad earwigs ... .. ,
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    Don't become! alarmed if ,. are bwomin a nulMne. ..... -
    ; you discover earwigs In your control them with chlordane I-

    I lawn. A number of home I I.1 or toxapllene.Metal. ..,. ;; ,a.1"'t'
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    lIn try yotir luck at growingthm.
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    : ty of humus and pUnt food.
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    ," O .-- i that make. violets happy ";
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    ( : MORE AND 'MORE PEOPLE') lets then divide them" now
    I and th" perfumed' Hall .Tow
    -- --- era will peep nut from dark .7 It mss h* the riprn .._t boiling thrift ear fUTen a new rang of rnirW*. lnr4'mf\ a new

    ,. green leaves from Decrafct .. you'** laid .,e. on. But thrifty it ia Th l big 300-hp ,& 1001 cxnJti get the idea that .ninl

    until Mays.aPC'u art another .'. tiiffcrencr. being that CJtrrr IT i narreluiN merbaaynu ambles was the last thing e r had! in min-i!-if

    flower .ug.-ttnn The winter .. W kal tlKrirncv nuw ....... a if,.tw..air Dew ">uk.. And it .weren't t fur holt prictf flicker. oo the window.
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    1 Plant m-vrtprk sods In .
    trenches C" that has. been it.rUU 'd, and
    s DO ALL OFJHOR BANKINGAT treated aialnit' d.m Ui{.
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    bloom is nece wry to prtT n\ 't

    formation seedpods which .
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    will reduce the flowering pr '
    loci ; ,
    AI a border plant for ''a.
    Mica try trawbrrrr plant
    Trw berry" "bel.hea like thrM t., .
    aisles" Mil and will
    'f> thrive The dark green .leave.
    .whit.. bk\ '>fiM with rr* m< ..; .
    covered eyes and tail .red her Jtsr/f. .35 I Crtdr Cram Sprs c:". ,.. .
    \ 1'.... .ell,\\1! py for your effort ..:1 "11.
    OUR FUU-& V1CE BANK of tnmrtng the pU Camelna and seals. flower\ C.1'tY'il Jl"... tLe: Lie 1-t with an Iatrmlt-II.1: tbere'! wp to 10 Lp Im3aUs: la tJ.. aew uer.em. .

    bud should b* f\n111P'4.\ .b, .kmger. wi>Ur de.igll guile all do-.I-.kla. --. wp| to 1 W hp ill lk. .tf...iaa a.J. SOl rrira. 1tbWa' I
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    W8 INVITE YOU TO OO SO, TOO.; now Irv'prt-l them earfu3.y.. : Itardtop roof aU. .f with MAT abovlJrr ..., Lien a iatuy ifcliot.. iaxieyirot I .w.sew, ttat. .
    for signs of -. -..<*Mntr ( I tS.
    This In4trate a f\ancW ; tr'taaes tvum. Sail to to nub OM islet MoL fcao..Ga&cuiq..iJu. road .L&Drc.

    which will MUM U* \buds to

    drop If cS1a(0\-.4,. MCIt4NI i ==
    i F1IORIDABANK I the disease with' .a funVtd .. S ...." ,., .."IH..r -SS-rJ.r..I.t. ("A.,.,,,. CII..... IT. C.rrmlrI' .,.,..' :tur gt..l ..-
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