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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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2 Races -II Bids Set r 5 Switches Made 'I




Are Set r- __ On New

:r Desegregation BegunIn

Sept. 13"It's Armory



the first time I"v'e got- t _I Bids are now being askedon
ten a free ride," Veteran City -
the new National Guard School Faculties
Councilman One Wiggins said
after the qualifying deadlinefor _w ii Armory to be constructed In

Starke. Major General Henry
the September 13 municipal .-
election passed at noon Tues W McMillan, adjutant general -

day and he was still without of the Florida National, Five Negro and five white teachers agreed Wednesday

opposition. Guard, announced today]II I at the request of Superintendent Tom Caseyto I
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There was no last minute rush [Thursday.] j, IIJJ4
I be transferred to comply with federal
,, desegregation -
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to beat the deadline as there 4k Authority has been received :
I ?:i $ 4 from the guidelines.Three !.
usually Is. The two races for National Guard.
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of the teachers switched '- I county will understand, we
seats in Groups 3 and :5 are Bureau In Washington. D C. "
.4 were In elementary grades work something out, Law.*
to
exactly like they were last proceed with construction ,
j
but no names were given. In a
Thursday. of the new Gen McMillan said.Board
armory
I unanimous vote Tuesdny night, Member Rodney Hall
Four candidate
contestIng said.
are -
I the Bradford School Board decided made the motion for the switch!
the Group 3 seat vacated : : "It will be one of the finest '
'e. and it
; I to have Supt. Casey' recommend was! passed unanimously
when Councilman Seeber Good- armories In the state and an transfers for approval all tho board members had

man ran for the school board. '* asset to the City of Starke" ,. by the Board. The teachers misgivings.) It was agreed thatthOUR
The Is Ewell Lawson j
line-up
J the general said j involved In the switch were /: it was apparent that
and W. H. (Billy) Noegel, two
Bids will be opened at. scheduled to go to work In the desegregation would be

former councilman, along with M __ Headquarters, Military Department i their now schools todayThursday carried out by federal officials
Arthur G. Loudon
newcomers __,,
in St. Augustine, If the Bradford Board refused.
( August 25))
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and Neil Tucker.In V.5' ,.,c. 'D':1.w: w"v
I Starke' nettent, ,. and largest. department. store, Curp'ft', opened for business lust Fla. at 2 p. m. Monday September i : Federal officials in the In danger of being curbed \
Group 5, Chairman Carl '
Hurst l U being* challenged by Thursday. morning irt Its new .store in !starkn Plu/u. 19. and the contract I ..q.4 .- Equal Education Opportunities was approximately J310.000 :in
awarded to the successful i Program turned thumbs federal funds the schools are
I The Grand Opening was obtMTved with ribbon
W. J. (Bill) Dodd and R. C. it rutting with Mayor KttntliU
bidder. down two weeks theBoard's one to receive during the 1966-
(Pee Wee) Dampier Chitty doing the honors. Shown at the reremolnvH, lire Manager of C'lirp's Ferry I ,: ago on
Under terms plan for Integration 67 term.It .
of the contract faculty -
The hottest races Store, Tom, fulpepper. Ken ('Oil, 1I1..lrlcthuII'lpr.) : Contractor Oily Andrews, :Manager
the new armory must I because no full-time is also felt now that, If
'where will be Lawson for the and apparentlY'1 Curl Henley Major C'hltly, and A.....I..ll1l1tlllnItJC..r: Dean Norman. be completed and ready for teachers were assigned Ne- the federal government approves -

._.______,_,..... ___ ___._ occupancy; by Starke's Company This newly patched pot-hole HUM photographed on the gro schools. the new plan. there Is
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once wound in a ,tie and O. (Malnt.l 53rd Sup- Mnrgitn lioud up thing to do." Board MemberH. 000 grant under the Elementary -
To
had to run it off In the city's 2 Groups port Battalion, within 270 SOI west to SK-229. The road \virn just rnmpleteil, according
Board A. Lawson said when aftera Secondary Education Act
Hospital
only special election.. days. The unit will then vacate -
to the State Road Department, on May 21. long dlcusslon, he suggested that would provide the county's
Observers predict that no Its present facility on I
one candidate will receive Temple Avenue which will that enough faculty membersbe first kindergarten program.
a Urban Renewal switched; to satisfy the fed- nine library aides and several
majority of the votes on September Will Negotiate revert to the City of Starke New ProblemsOn eral guidelines. other special teachers.

13 and that a run-off
The
new armory will bej I
"If the teachers will coop ury Taken ,
will be necessitated on September constructed of concrete block erate and ,the in the
people A survey was taken of all
27, two weeks later. Ambulance Deal with exterior face brick. The
the teachers
Also on the ballot will be a HereThe drill hall will contain county's Mondayto
Explained approximately Rd.Barely I see, which would be willing
referendum which, if passed, Morgan
to 7,000 square feet Keep It SimpleJust to transfer to either Negroor
would authorize the
city
Still the of terrazo
stumped by problem floor. Class rooms white schools, as the case

participate for In the federal rehabilitationof renewal varied aspects! of Urban Renewal programs! of providing ambulance library, offices kitchen. sup- keep It simple Is might be, if requested by the

project blighted areas. and how they can help U. S. cities and town to revitalize service to Bradford residents ply rooms, ladles' and men's three months old the newly paved Morgan usually a good rule to follow Board. Supt. Casey told the
the County Commission last toilets with shower facilities Road is already beginning to show pot-holes and its Board Tuesday night thatdeepseated
Clerk Merrill Edwards said blighted areas were presented to two here and School BoardMember
groups night [Wednesday] authorizedthe are included. Involved
residents are beginning to worry again feelings" were
registration books will be open Wednesday in an effort to inform the public prior to I H. A. Lawson
Hospital to deal the
Board
but that he felt
Offices and class rooms The 8.5 mile length
was \ It
proved Tuesday night.
al
A through list of Saturday names removed, August from 27. i the. referendum. on _urban-renewal_ enabling legislation with Dewitt C. Jones. I v.-lll be air conditioned and problem for years before It pot-holes on Improper con-I Brows furrowed Supt. \!teachers would cooperate.He .

the voting list after not votingin set xor septemoer: la. I I Jones has laid down an. ul- the entire building heated. was paved earlier this year struction. lIe said the lime-1 Tom Casey and Board and BHS Principal

the previous two elections Three officials from the cclves accrued credits from tlmatlm to the commission to. A separate garage building at a cost of 228420. With rock base Is not deep enough Member Rodney Hall were Connie Clark told the Board

Is posted In the city hall. City of Palatka spoke at a certain public-funded pro- subsidize his funeral home will house vehicles. Plans every hard rain residents living and that the ditches don't\ trying to find a way to the administration would

Absentee. balloting will be- Rotary Club luncheon meet Jects. such as sewer systems, I 12.000 next year for ambu- also provide for a paved along the road. SRS-233: take the water off. state a motion In the minutes stand solidly behind any decision -

r gin tomorrow. Friday, August ,1 Ing, describing. progress on i streets and public school facilities lance service or It will be cutoff driveway'kAnd parking area. I which runs Into U. S. 301 .'"I wouldn't have It for a I I'' so that nobody would made.A .

26, and continue through a p. their proposed 310-acre urban In proportion to the October 1. Jones gave his The new facility will be west to SR-16 and then onto driveway it I were paying/ for' be offended: special meeting of the

in.. September 12. renewal program that may amount such projects would stand In a letter last week. constructed on a 10-acre SR3-229, wondered if It," Penoyer stated adding/J "I move the superintend Board will be held in a few
eventually cost from $7 to serve the urban renewal site. it tract on the Edward Loop able to makeIt ent be the time Casey's
One candidate In the GroupS Finding difficult to subsidize j they would be "It won't last two years. given authority days at which
race could not be reached last $10 million. It Is possible/ / for a townto .: a private business the which was part of the city's home through the mud or A few pot-holes appeared i to recommend for approvalto recommendations will be
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week for Information.. Nell The Palatka story was pre have sufficient non-cash Commission met with Bradford Industrial park. make It out to the highway In the road before the lum- the Board the assign- up for official approval.

. Tucker 38, graduated from sented by Harold Williams i credits to pay Its entire share County Hospital Board of through the mud. ber trucks began using the ment of teachers presentlyIn supt Casey emphasized that

the University of Kansas High city manager assisted by! of future urban renewal pro- Trustees to see if an ambu- 21 Wildlife Arrests They wonder now whetherthe road Penover said althoughhe I schools predominatelyof the switches were made at

School In 1949! He served three Mayor Eugene L. Walker, and: jects without any cash outlay lance service could be handledby pot-holes are being caus- added they were rapidly their own race to schools the request of he and the

I years In the Air Force and was Prank Crabtree. Palatka's I it was pointed out the hospital. Concensus Made Here ed by faulty/ construction or causing the pavement to de predominately of another School Board. No teacherwas

married to the former Mary Urban Renewal director They I|I The Palatka officials were was that it will be less expensive by heavy pulpwood trucks teriorate. I lace. Hall intoned. pushing the situation, he

Katherine Campbell of Wichita gave unqualified endorsement introduced by Mayor Randal to pay Jones 12000. Twentv-one arrests were which have been using the "For the money Involved Everybody in the room

Fall, Texas In 1949. to the program under which Chitty. at whoRe Invitation It would! cost the county made In Bradford County dur- road for the past several somebody's getting an awful was being helpfully quiet said.The meeting Tuesday

He holds a bachelors degreeIn the Federal government will I they spoke to the olub $25.000 or more to operate an ing the first six months of weeks. But the paved road. gip." he said. when Lawson cutting night was attended by Mr.

accounting from Oklahoma pay three-fourths of the cost XI.ht1."tinc ambulance service. said Commissioner 1986 for violations of state pot-holes notwithstanding Is M. M. McRae, another'' through the strained atmosphere and Mrs. J. H, [ISmittyl]

I School of Accounting and prior with the city required to makeup II Two representatives of the George Roberts. He hunting fishing, and boating so much better than the resident Bays that in two suggested: Smith who said the public

, accountant and comptroller of the other one-fourth. Atlanta Regional Office of said labor alone would run laws according to the Game mud and sand that residents I weeks the trucks "have definitely -, "Why don't you Just say had not been Informed of

to moving to Starke was chiefa They pointed out, however I the Department of Housing about 17500. & Fresh Water Fish Commis- are extremely reluctant to torn the road all up.": we want to switch !some Ne- the desegregation: move. They

large: corporation and its that the city's portion may be and Urban Development jspokf The Hospital Board Is authorized sion.A. voice any complaint. I But he also says, "It's ( gro teachers with some asked the Board not to move
subsidiaries. and answered questions Wednesday total of 422 arrests. 'er-I "
"non-cash
were white teachers.
' made up largely by matter.
I to present the Commlsslon's "We're Just so glad to haveIt. tainly a big Improvement. "so fast" In the
In 1959 Tucker opened his credits" whereby the city re-, night at a dinner I made in the 17-county North
side of the story to 100
said Mrs. Leaton According the State "If they had known
Starke a public east that 116 /
office i in as I n.eetlng attended by City. Region; was "
DeWltt C. Jones and to bar- when the Tele- would be here. Smith
Morgan Jr. Road Deportment's district people
accountant, rending auditing. Councllmen. candidates' for I lean arrests than the same
bookkeeping and income tax College Courses the Council In the September gain with him for $12.000 or period during 1965. graph asked her opinion of office in Lake City, the road 2 Promotions suid. and then he left the

less the road Most of the potholes May 24 meeting. Supt. Casey said
service. 13 election County Commissioners "Thwe has ,been a substantial was completed on
"I decided to offer myself Are Set HereTwo officers of the Chamber County Attorney Gene Shaw Increase In the populationof came after the bin i and has been officially ac- Announced At the matter had received am-

to public service In an effort of Commerce various said the county, at present hunters and fishermen, and trucks began hauling pulp -epted. by the 8RD 3. M ple publicity and that a decision -
has no authority to spend wood from land along thi was needed that night.
to show my appreciation civic groups and representatives the decrease In the number of Wall was the contractor. State PrisonTwo
for the many kindnesses shown courses will I be offered of the bi't.lness community funs to subsidize a. private arrests in a strong Indication road. Log trucks went pas Since the road Is now the Board member Art Holll-

me over the pant years by the on the Bradford Hl'ih ambulance firm. But he saw that today's sportsmen are the homes of Mrs. Morgan problem of the SRD Bradford day said "This county Is

people of Starke" he says. I School campus during the :, Acldif-slna; the croup were nothing wrong with the coun- better informed and more respectful and 1M, McRae althl' County CommissionersOeorge promotions to assistant certainly not In a position to

"1 feel that my experienceand next term by the Santa Fe Richard Ci.se. Urban Renewal ty giving money to the hospital : of the laws than they v:ere talking about them, Roberts and Chair- superintendent at the Floridn: fight it (desegregationJ.], or

training would enable me River Junior College in( Representative: for board to operate the have been In the past" according But David H. Penoyer, a man Jerome Johns take the State Prison at Ralford.! were to make up the money"

to make a contribution to city Gainesville. President! Joseph Florida pnd Joseph F. No- !service, and having the hos-I /: to Major Bob Brant- retired civil engineer who lives attitude that Morgan Road announced last Friday, August "The Negroes here have

government." \V. Fordyce announced Wednesday vak. Chief of the Operations (IContinued on Page Twol] Icy. regional wildlife manager. along the road blames the is no longer a problem of the 19. by Louie L. Wainwright been fair to us. I'd rather
I County Board Both said director of the Division of not have some Negro from
Branch of the Atlanta Re-
New Pastor Called General Psychology [tPY gional Office they do not think anything Correction the outside who is a crusader

2001 will be offered each'' In a reply to a questionthe Is wrong with the way the rectional James B.officer Godwin since chief 1959 cor-, come In here" Rodney Hall
To Kingsley Baptist
Thursday night from 710:15p. : officials said that unfor- A. J. Thomas Jr. Honored road was built however, except was. promoted to assistant superintendent said.None of the teachers Invol-
September in
m. beginning that It was done very
tunately they could offer no
Rev. Jim Rlgdon of Jack I of the East Unit
volunteered -
I EH ved in the switch.
29. English Language/: wet weather which could
sonville has accepted a call help to Florida: cities and and E. Odell Carlton, prison
1001 will be offered each I have caused It not to be as Negro or white, BrookerJr.
towns on redeveloping and A. J. Thomas Jr. and
Attorney Inspector investigator for
to be pastor of the Kingsley
night from 7-10:15: should be. High Principal V. R. Ferguson -
Lake Baptist Church. Tuesday curbing blight In their cen- was honored at his final .i_ sturdy as It the Division since October
October 4. pointed out. They
Rev. Rigdon ordained p. m. beginlnng tral business districts because Bradford County Fair Association J. B Ward division! en- .965, was promoted t to assistant -
was wil be held in sal! agreed with the Idea of help-
SRO,
The classes! hadthus nineer for the ::
Florida legislature of the
]last Sunday afternoon at the the meeting last Friday superintendent he
School Board Room In of the construction mix the school system
the leqis- each phase Main Unit.Godwhn .
far Jailed to enact night as state representative,
Jacksonville Heights Baptist
U, 3, sakS. ..
the use building across passed the SRD Samples -- -
Church. He and his family latlon enabling Florida communities president of the Fair Association 36, lIOn of former
Bradford High; I limp- Supt, Casey also! noted
/ 301 from of the sub grade,
will move to Kingsley Lake I to participate! in and: as an extraordinarycivic Superintendent James/ Godwin meeting that
the
School. this phase of the program. worker rock asphalt, and top rock has been employed in. the prison during
in the future.
near The two courses may be They can offer rinancla He was recognized by many I were taken and found to bpalrIRht system since 1919. He was! there Is shortage of Negro

taken for credit by students assistance however. In replacing county and city officials he flald. Ward said made farm supervisor In 1951 teachers. He said the county

The CommunityState enrolled In the Junior colleseis I substandard houalm many of whom took time to the SRD has heard no complaint and then chief correctional received only two applica-

Bank at Starke : well as on a non-credit with adequate housing either express In words to Thomas I about the rondo offIcer! In 1959. His naw responsibilities tions from Negroes this summer -
the did said. however, that include the administration and that five had re-
The Florida basis. A student may use I Itll'O through a slum clearance what his loss to the commu- He -
to complete a I the SRD had checked the of all departments signed.In .
courses! I
Bank of Starke in which the area nity will mean. The attorney
program the
August 12. of the East' Unit, the other action,
fulltime load thereby cutting road on Friday,
to be cleared would be purchased this week moved his family '
And : down the time he would for resale to private to Ft Lauderdale where he 'and patched some pot-holes maximum security section of Board:

First Federal "spend commuting to Gainesville will law office. ::1 He also mentioned the wet the prison, which houses about Awarded the county's milk
enterprise which would con- open a
I Dairyon
fitted his sche weather when the road was 1,200 Inmates. business to Foremost
Savings & Loan if they
struct modern housing or The able civic leader won'tbe
dule. under construction and /saidIt Carlton 54. was! sheriff of a low bid of 6.5 cents per

Will Not Be Open through the Public Housing lost/ entirely to Bradford might hate built when the Hardee County from 1953 until hair-pint the same offer the
registering
Anyone interested In flow Income) rental program however. His associate -
County ,
too wet. 1965. He became classification Board rejected a month all//o
For Business for these courses for /sub grade was
Attorney George Pierce, E. Jones, county roadforeman officer at the Avon Park' The only otherbid received
R.
college credit should apply to They emphasized! that under -, will continue to operate! the .
I ; said he had not Correctional Institution! in May, from Carlton Dairy at 6.75:
Monday, Sept. 5 the Associate Dean for Student the Urban Renewal program : firm's office here and Thomas 1965 and was promoted to cents. Bids were asked from
had
road
plans for nor :
Affairs Santa Fe Junior seen
the entire project will be back weekly on prison Inspector for the di- 11 companies and only two I
the road
samples of as
, Labor Day Collesre. Gainesville.To he seen
other than planning< and financing business. vision In October, 1959. were received
was built. But he said potholes -
attend on a non.credttl I would be handledby The attoreny Is shown receiving not developed Folowlng his graduationfrom Authorized the purchase rf
should have
A Legal Holiday basis, an applicant must be i private enterprise with a handsome: trophy the University of Flor- seven 80 foot poles at a "''...t'

a high school graduate or be the Federal government havIng I which Fair Association Manager as quickly as they ida in 1932 with major workin of $250: each for the Ugh.mg

II ThIs Space Contributed over 16 years of age and have I nothing to do \with\ con- I Pete Novak said represented have. criminology, psychology, system at the Bradford 1''*:*

Weekly to Publicize been out of school at least struction of the housing or the success Thomas ,': WHITE TEKTH: TABOO and sociology, Carlton servedas football field. Casey repu eJ
Events three months. Persons Inter the sale or rental of the 1 enjoyed and worked so hard .1_ !. ", chief of the Alachim Coun- that the city council has ayr"
. Community by ested in attending on a non- units Under this progrom for as Mr. Bradford County '.__ i! Cambodians regard white ty Road Patrol, sergeant on to Install the system and that

credit basis should contact I they said families displaced Fair. I teeth as bad luck says) Na the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad the County Commission nvu' u..

I The Community Ted Oglesby in the office of I by purchase of sub-standard Thomas' wile Jean was also !- I| rles. Hamilton Carl Hurst, Mau. tlonal Geographic. They darken Police Department, and slat in paying for the poles

State Bank the Bradford County Superintendent houslntr must be relocated Among those honoring rice Edwards Jr. John Torode, their teeth with betel nut. investigator for the V. S. Approved Casey's suffffe*-
given set of dessert diShjN'Ol'ntf'd -
t of Public Instruc- fce'ore: the project can be ap- a with Btrawber-, Thomas! were Mrs. Ruby I and Mr and Mrs. Charlei I or set them with gold and Treasury Department's Alcoholic Ion that six surplus buses be

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I II Mr and Mrs John Kope- :Mrs Henrietta Hunt. Mrs Locittl: ttdinlltanreH to Bradford !that's bPtli-r than putting have its workable program ,Is willing/: to give n i 22 percent I (Farm ftnd ranch land a* ,

I Irene Johns. and Mrs. L. D. this Involve I discount over the pl'lce'' in the economic )
lousos and daughter of Birmingham County Hospital $25,000 In additional taxes on recertified: since this as Conditiiir4!

Ala. spent the Green were in Mayo Mondayon week Include: Mrs Evelyn the people. no obligation and is a nec- the .8011)(1) l Li now paying. of the farmer and the cc

weekend with their parents, business.Mr. Wise, Mrs. Susan Iplger Mrs. "It's black and white he's essary prerequisite to any Ardell Crosby said tho munlty. '

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain- and Mrs. W. E. Tilley! Delia l Harper Howard W. told us he's going to stop the program now or In the future school system should not pay Under special ACP proj<

wright and Mr. and Mrs. were vacationing. last week in I Crows, Mrs. Anna Tacclu. I 1) service so we either have to for school board. members Insurance extia funds are allocate: '

George Kopelousos. the Smoky ,Mountains and 1 L. Rlby Harry H Houston pay him or start our own" Mayor Chilly urged that while on the Job. He participating farmers to aa.I!.
visited! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Purvis E. Ernest B. was told that the board members '
GLADYS MOOTY Miss LaVon Collins visited Griffls. Commissioner Dave Shuford those attending the meetingdo ry out conservation practice
Ray in Atlanta Ga. and "Mr./ Gilder, Donald 1 K.: Jackson. have insurance but pay
to benefit
designed butt
Pbone 64 O6Z her cousins MJr. and Mrs. stated.: what they could to encourage '
and Mrs. Dewey Warren in and Joseph K.! Norman/ all of for it themselves.
farms and communltes
Medicare will favorable vote
W. O. Collins Jr. and chil- provide ambulance a on
dren in, Aberdeen Md. and Savannah. Ga. Starke; Sheila Norman. Abram service for persons over the September 13 ref eren- Casey reminded the Board Instance a special project
(Mr. and Mrs. Tito DeAngplis J. Mrs. Maude Washington '
Broom 65 Hospital Administrator R. dum. He pointed out that that citizens may phone control erosion on farms ni
in Washington .
Dr. and.l Mrs. H G. Bellinger Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin points of Interest -
i of Winter Parkcre Sun Starling Hilllard and 202-962-0333 collect If <
Daryl
and Mrs.: Charlotte Winturg I and daughter. Barbara, D. C. and Shenen- E. Edmundson said. this is "permissive" legislation a tow or city helps to p
visitors :Mr. and Mrs. Reddish! of not
day of Mrs. Mary Jane < they feel that this action is
Wednesday Commision! Chairman Jerome and does not obligate vent siltation in the strei
hud as visitors from -I have returned from three boah Valley the past two
Their Jr. of
N. L. Woodburn. daughter Lawtey: Everett Gllsson in compliance with federal law.
to Friday of last week weeks vacation, visiting Mr. weeks. DeeDee returned home Hampton; Mrs. Mae Combs of Johns made It plain the city to participate in any or reservoir supplyingtown

Forest Winters of Springfield! and Mrs. G. S. Robarts in Cpl. George Seeley of Fort with them aftertwo weeks Macclenny; Mrs. Rachel Greenof that he is against paying program. now or in the fu- thereby Improvingwater

Ohio. (Mr. and :Mrs. Donald Indianapolis Ind. and Mr. and Story. Va. is home for two visit with Candy Woodburn.Mr. Brooker; and !Maceo: Tison Jones a subsidy. He said th?! tUle. If the referendum In ACP Board supply.

W'inters and sons Gene and Mrs. William Launhart in weeks leave before leaving and Mrs. R. E. Firth of Waldo. hospital can provide ambulance passed however, the city will Wildlife\! conservation prtices .
of Hattlesburg, Miss. J. Kans. 'and. of service better than the be in to take advan- under the 1987
Tom, Newton points for Viet Nam on Sept 9. have returned from three FOR CONTINUED CO-OP- position Sets ActivitiesThe progr
.. Winters of Martinsburg, interest in. the inidwest.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack! DeweesJr. weeks vacation in which they .KKATION: WITH ALL LOCAL funeral home. and that he tage of any program It might will Include establishment

Va.? and Jack Winters and Buford Mitchell and of Hialeah spent the flew 3400 miles taking in OUOASIZ.TIOXS'UTE would like to pay more and wish to participate in In the food or habitat for wildl

daughter, Sarah of Miami. I son. Mike. spent: last Tuesday weekend with their grandmothers Michigan, Cape Cod and Wllliamaburgr !- CARL HURST. have the hospital provide it. future. 1967 Agricultural Con- through plantings devel

Mr: and Mrs. Seeber Doyle I to Thursday in Port St. Joe ,. Mrs. Carrie Ritch \! Va. Mrs. R. L. Siefferman of "Subsidy seems to be a nasty 'I' It was emphasized that a servation Program will con ment or restoration of shi

Andrews and family of Wildwood visiting relatives. and Mrs. Floyd Green and Mrs. Mae McAteer of Tam- Petersburg. Va. and Mrs. L. word." Commissioner Dave public hearing would be tinue to 'help solve major low water areas and cN

are renting: the Guy Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish :Mis: Annlp Darby. pa was visiting her daughterand A. Taylor of Jacksonvillewere Shuforj: said but he pointedout i necessary before the city en- soil water. and wildlife\! conservation struction of permanan

cottage on Kingsley were In Daytona Beach KEEP A QUALIFIED AN II family, Mr. and. Mrs. visiting their parents, that the federal govern- ters Into any phase of urban problems of thr ponds or dams. These another

Lake this week. over the weekend. EXPERIENCED :\I.IX OFFICE George Flynn Jr. from Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Williams ment has been subsidizing renewal. Nation's agricultural lands conservation activltld!

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Speng- Donnie and Dilly Dean RE-KLECT CAULHt'ltST. day to Wednesday.The last week. private businesses. such as Mr. Case said that urban Secretary of Agriculture Orville contribute to increased rei,

Jor and Mrs. Harold Spengler Thompson we.re vacationing at ; Madison Street Inter- Judge and Mrs. T. A. YawnJr. railroads and farmers, for renewal Is a dynamic pro- L. Freeman recently an- reational facilities.! !

of St. Augustine were Sunday Boiling Springs N. C. last Mrs. E. C. Morris and Miss mediate Sunday School girls and family have returned years.It gram designed to help cities nounced. Allocation of funds t

visitors of (MJr. and Mrs. V. week. Sue Morris have moved to class enjoyed a weiner roastat from two weeks vacation! in was also suggested that keep pace with the chang- "Particular attention. he States for ACP practices fq

.1. Spengter.) Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty Lake City where Miss Morris the home of their teacher Whittier N. C. Jones be asked to turn over ing times. He emphasized the said "will be given to lands 1967. as in the p'\st will
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof and family were visiting Mr. of low-income farmers, to
will teach in the Columbia Mrs. Ewell! Lawson last Jeff Torode of Gainesville his accounts that remain un- importance of city planning I based:! on conservation nee
Orlando were visiting Mr. and !Mrs. M. F. Chitty and. High School this coming Thursday night. spent the weekend with his collected after 90 days to the and said that planning special projects with multi- Within the national progra

jast and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Had-I the school year.! Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Holton grandparents :Mr.: and. Mrs. Hospital:: Board. Some of the grants for detailed studies of benefits, and to beauUflcaI authority. State and Coun
week. sock In Lakeland Ga. over "
Joanne Shields of Freeman W. E Torode.Mr. $12.000 could be recoupedthat I tion-conservatlon ACP Development Grou
REGISTER NOW AM) weekend.Mr. Miss and family and Mrs. present and future needs are
VOTE SEPTEMBER: : 13 FOil. and. Mrs. D. E. Spiers Atlanta Ga. is a guest this Register Sr. were in and Mrs. Thurman Flip- way. Slade said. available! to towns and cities Leaton Morgan Jr., Chair will formulate loral Brogrart
pin of Nashville. Tenn. are Chairman Jerome Johns also !- man. Agricultural Stabilization which best nr.u
CARL HL'KST. of Richmond. Va. and Starkeare week of Dr. and Mrs. H H. Tampa Sunday visiting Mis.Clara under the program. of practices
Adams and family. Holton and family. spending several days wtth told the members of the and Conservation Coun- the conservation problemsthe
:Michael: Anderson celebrated spending several weeks at Sheller "Urban renewal Is a local
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
his 18th birthday by spending their home here.N. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon :Morgan : Mrs. Ralph Kazarian and and :Mr.: and Mrs. W E. Tilley. two boards that Carl Hale program locally planned and ty Comiilttee: points ou'that particular area.Mayor's .
hlacousin. M. of Ruskin and Vicky of Orlando spent who operates a funeral hom ACP is the Federal pro
the Miss: Carol Johnston L. Kelly and H. E. Graddlck King: ; of. Melbourne were last the weekend with her parents nnelll! and granddaughter and ambulance in Reno, will "All the Federal: government' gram which provides cost- CourtFive

In Miami. of Dothan Ala. were Monday Wednesday overniRht /guestsof ,: Sen. and Mrs. Charley Linda June Stefani of. Gain- ask for a subsidy If Jones get does is to approve or reject sharing assistance to farmer'in

.Dr and, :Mrs. D. W. Whlffen visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clem- Johns.RFGISTER. esville were visiting their soninlaw one.Slade the plans, and provide the carrying out needed con- cases cam befo

attended\ the Florida Optome- Lawson.Mr. mons. NOW AND and daughter. Mr. and Hospital Board Mem- necessary funds If the plansare servation practices. Low-In- Mayor Randal Chilly

Inc convention at Miami and Mrs. W. O. Lambertand Dr. and Mrs. II H. Adams VOTE SEPTEMBKR: 13 FOR Mrs. James Blgg-.s in Clarks- ber Tommy Hamilton anc? accepted." come farmers are helped in Starke Mayor's Court Tu

Beach last Wednesday. to Sun- sos. Henry, of Newportwere and daughter. Jane. and 1 CARL HURST. ton, Ga. from Thursday ,to Kospltol Administrator R. E establishing such practice dav night:
weekend. guests of :Mr. Mrs. Eoline smith attended Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams Monday.Mrs. EdmunJson:! plans to meet I on their farms through the Della Mae Martin larcer

day.Rev.. and (Mrs. Romin Al- and Mrs. John Greene. the graduation of John attended the christening of : John W. Griffin of with both Hale and Jones today faculty use of higher rates of cost- by taking SAO, no; guilty:!

varez and eons Greg. of Grand Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey Adams and Tom Smith from their grandson Michael Sean Ochlochnee Ga. will spend the Thursday. share ad: The aim is tn Sterley Morgan indece

Prairie Texas have ,been visiting and children of Fort Myers the University of. Georgia. In Flynn at St. James Episcopal first of the week with her sinter Members of The Hospita'' Desegregation reach more of these farmer exposure. sentenced to a fu

their parents. Mr. and were visiting his parents! Mr., Athens, Ga. last Friday morn- Church at Ormond Beach on :Miss Lillian! Stump. board. besides Slade and> during the coming year as sway of $27.30 or to five days

:Mrs.! O. R. Alvarez Sr. and I -nnrtTrsl.- 0--'-- T... -L.- C"jrsev-!--- over- p the ing. Sunday morning. Those admitted to the Hamilton are George Shu- Begun Here of further intensifying jail.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling the weekend.Mr. Kathy Edwards of Jacksonville Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave was Starke Nursing Home this ford. Mrs. Inez Green, and the attack of an urgent con- Herbert Dale Pelham. ui

past ten days. and Mrs. Randy Johns is visiting her cousin 'visiting her son and daugh; I week are: Dewey Moody of VA O. Dod:! Jr. Continued Onel! servation problem that wa- I lawful speed and wilful ai
W. M. Wainwriglit Jr. and and :Mr.: and Mrs. Bob Ferguson Rhonda Edwards this week. ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville Mrs. Robert W. [ from Page too long neglected. wanton reckless cyivinn se
children and Mrs. Fred Bailey spent the weekend at Mr. and Mrs. Merrill:: Ed- Urban Renewal sold at ,
Wayne Kinney at Fort Eus- Clark of Starke Elward Far- I auction. Beautification -conservation tencej: to a fine of $205
children of Tallahassee\ Clearwater Beach. wards and family were In I
and tis. Va. last week ley and Thomas L. Urquart of Agreed( to requisition two 40 days In Jail.
visitors of Mr. McKnlght returned Naples over the weekend visit- practices and special ACP
wera. rqcent: Mrs. Arlen Mike. Randy and Cherle Palatka. Explained Here new buses through the State Willie Lee Pierce, dlsorda
and Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght at last Thursday from ing Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- Lawson have returned: to the 'Miss Louise Stern is returning Department of Education for 1 projects emphasize not only ly conduct and disturbing tlneare.

Kingsley Lake. the Medical Center where wards. home of their grandparents today from three [Continued from Page One! the 1967-R8 term as a cost of solutions to conservation sentenced to 10 din ;
FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS she underwent observationand Sirs. Bernard Emanuel and Lawson weeks In Lenox :Mans! where proved. $ .ooo each.Discussed.
Ewell
Mrs. Donald Stuart Mr. and Mrs. 1 problems, but also Improvement Jail suspended from da;
RE-ELECT |0 .tRL treatment for several sister month with she was studying under piano The speakers said that it purchasing Insurance .
after spending a to-day.
| of
spent several days last week in the appearance ,
HURST. weeks. Mr. and artist! Grant Johannesen.Mrs. would be wise for Starke to from one company which
their grandparents.
Mrs. W. F. Herlong of Sa- Mr. and Mrs. George H. in St. Petersburg.Mrs. Grimes in W. H. Thomson and I _
luda, N. C. and Mrs. Betty ::\ 'Marie :McDavid and Mrs. Godfrey -
Ga.
Stevenson of Decatur. The children -, children of Monticello spent
Strohmeier and son Ray Hea- son of Gainesville were visitingher Marquez. Texas. \
are guests this week of Dr. the weekend with her mother
mother, Mrs. T. D. Dyal will stay with the Lawons -
se, of'OJal, Calif. were Usrt and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. Mrs. F. F. Stump. "Mrs. Stump
school and attend -
weekend. VisitingMrs. this year
ol over the
overnight guests
Tuesday home herdaughter
Mr and Mrs. Charles Dar returned with
Dr. and Mr*. 11. H. Adams. Lee visited:! Dyal the first part of the Southslde Elementary and. family for a
by and daughter. week were :Mr. and :Mrs. :M.:\ J. School. '
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Maguireof Dyal and daughter of Delrny Mrs. C D Williams and weeks visit. QUU.IFlF.ONul
D. C. at I KEEP A
Washington
I Beach. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt gave: a EXPERIENCED :MN I IN OFFICE .ii i_
Swan Lake on Sunday. : J. R. Kite of Starke birthday
:Mrs. family surprise
IBIEIFCDIBIEYOU < I .
FOR CONTINUED COOPERATION I RE-ELKCT C A K 1.hit'JIST. ,
and Mr. and :Mrs.: Ralph> Col- party last Friday for their .

BUY A NEW WITH ALLLOCMLOIUSANIZATIONS VOTE has and family of Pelluni O.i. sister. Mrs. L. D. Green. Mr. and :Mrs.: ) Joel Jacksonand

OR USED CAR \ CARL 1H7RST. spent the. weekend at Silver Jack Bowline of Lake :Mrs. Bill Jackson were I IvL..ltlnlC
Springs.Mr. Wales spent the weekend I Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Law- and Mrs. J. H. DuPreI
and Mrs. E. J.
with Mr. In. Jacksonvilleover
Rnv Tilley
\ son, Mrs. Merrill Struth and I were In Live Oak on Sumtny'
FINDOUT daughter. Kathy. Mr. and I visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. H. N. Bowling Sr. the"'weekend; !
I Mr. and Mrs. James Sub- Robert and Randy Stefan- j
Mrs. Vernon Silcox! and son I DuPre. '
lett of Murfreesboro. Tenn. em! of. Gainesville and AlbertJr. I
David. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox J I Mrs\ T. D. Dyal and :Mrs. ; .
spent Friday:! to Tuesday with and Michael Stefanelli of rst: 8'
attended the wedding of I Eunice "Morris were .visitingMr. I .
their son-in-law and daughter Jacksonville: are visiting their
Beverly Baker to Bill Jackson -| : and :Mrs.: Joe Ellerbee In NI
Mr. and Mrs. Harry grandparents, Mr. and :Mrs.:
on Saturday night In I Panama City last week. '\NTG"
Green. They all visited st. Henry Stefanelli from Wednesday
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin HANDSOME NEW
G.i. and Petersburg on Saturday and to Sunday. 1 I rea
and son of Louisville '
Mr and! Mrs. Leslie Biggs.
: Sunday. Mrs. :M. H. Lang of Delray
Dr. C. N Chovous of Dublin
of Birmingham. Ala. were,) Beach, Mr. and Mrs. T. I K
Wednesday to Sunday guests I Ga.' were Sunday guests of :Mr. FOR CONTINt'ED PRO. I Strickland of Belle Glade and 399 : : SPORISHIRTS.2.to'
I L. Peek Jr. -
and :Mrs. S.
HOW CAR BUYERS of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon SilI GuESS RE-ELECT O A R L :Mr.: and 'Mrs.:: R. B. Alvarez
I Mrs.: Sadie Elder and d.iugh- -
cox and attended the Baker- lit RST.! of Boynton Beach were last .
MAY SAVE Jackson: wedding in Jacksonville ter. Robin, and John Lott \ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mor- week visitors of Mr. and :Mrs f For The Young Men

I {iUPTOn[ :]} $200 I. on Saturday night. went week to to Coffeeville enter Dwight Kas.Elderin last rison and Miss Shirley Mor- Paul Raymond and attendedthe Fi -.

THROUGH TH:=: Mrs.- A. J. Barry entered college there. rison were visiting Mr. and funeral of their brother. _
Mrs. Virgil Morrison and J. J. Moore In Brunswick Ga.
,
MUTUAL the Alachua County Hospitallast Mr.: and Mrs.: Roy Matthewsof :
FARM I 399
STATE
Thursday for observa- Palatka were visiting their Mr and Mrs. George: Morrison on :Monday: of last week. f 1 299AND

CAR FINANCE PLAN L tion and treatment.Mrs. daughter and flmlly.Ir.: and In Leesburg over the Mr. and Mrs. George Wrightof IA ;
weekend and also had a picnic Miami! were last Friday visItors -
Low cost financing J. L. Stith and :Mrs. W. F. Dowling on Fri I ,p i.t '
at Rock Springs. of their uncle and aunt
through a localcooperating daughter. Terry of Valdosta.Ga. I II : NO-IRONSTYLES INClUDEDI!
E. Petcher :Mr.:\ and Mrs. Mooty : :
bank day.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. O. Harry :. ..
end our low cost were visiting Mrs. Stlth's : Charles Hardy and I of Jacksonville! were guests.I II Mrs. :Mary: Lane of Jacksonville f I'\\. r t luxurious fabric In new long .1.| ."*

toolCALLTODflY I parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mrs. Charles Francis and baby the first of the week of Mr and :Mrs.: Bertha Pearce YlO.u(5'( .. 'I ', ,tylos In tall lont and pattern .Ivy
insurance I L
Dlnkins from Monday to visited Mrs. G. McGauley: Valdosta Ga. the S -' I and egularltyl. N.at looking wovori
in over
Wednesday. Phil Stith returned in Palatka on Tuesday.Mr. ( ana:! Mrs. Dave Paulk.visitor The were weekend visiting Mrs. T. J. S C"S(4. ,. -,._ _, ___ plaid, f nci.. and solid Color. Ii...
Paulks also have as
I home with his mother I : and Mrs. Wilson Hnye.s \ this week. Penny Paulk of I Thomas and :Mr.:\ and Mrs. T S\101'\ S.M.IoXL.

after several days visit with I of El; Paso Texas were Tuesday B. Vincent.W. '. '

Merritt H. Williams I his grandparents.! I and Wednesday guests ofMr. Daytona:Mr. and Beach.Mrs. Ronnie Par- I B. Haynes of Fitzgerald, 199 .. -l.- .. -V 'V IVY STYLED

117 N. Walnut St. I Mr and Mrs. Milton Hart- and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. son and daughter of Clarksvllle Ga. was visiting his cousin, sot t 4 i ?t1 t-
zell of Orlando were visiting Mtand. Mrs. Inmnn Green Mrs. Bertha Pearce last week. No-Iron Slacks
Phone 961-5391 I Tenn. are visiting MrsParson's .' o.\(01\1 / 7
their parents. Dr. and Mrs and daughter Debbie :Mrs.:\ ::\frs.V.. G. Halle was in St. o 1
and
Mr. !
STATE FARM r>.... ..... )i F. E. Bolllnger on Sunday. I I.Joe Wilson Mrs. Louie Belle Mrs. Eldon parents.Mathews this i Petersburg from Thursday to \ ,Site :\\ t, I1 \ 99 ,!

Mutual Automobil, .. ... Miss Florled Killingsworth I Parks and :Mrs. W G. String- I I Tuesday visiting Mrs. L. C. .' / 5
I ,\ a1i'1
Insurinct Compjnf cIO: fellow attended the weddingof week.Mr. Halle.Mrs.. \01\\\' ;... \\01\\ \\I ., .
Komi Ollict' : I........ J of Birmingham. Ala. in visiting to and Mrs. Carl Whisler, and \.,\1\ .\\ t I,
Barkley V. Can-to Ritch "
Illinois :Miss: Margo I II ,\ ".o 9'01 I '
and J.
Biooreington ; Mr. Mrs. H. Den- and Mr and Mrs. Paul West at'i'" '
Thompson in, Jacksonville Miss Annie Darby have had \ V V
Chalg \01
nis this week. I and daughter of Unlonvllle \toMuSS\ .. A Trim,mat loo.ln.1Yy styli*"that never.:' >
I on Saturday afternoon. I as visitors :Mrs: H. F. Darbyof 0(51\ ..__' n.v.r n..d Ironing. A blond ., S0y
I la. were weekend guests of I Lake City and Mrs. F. I I : cotton foe Ion,., woar long lasting'f fctoaiot.
Mr. and Mrs. Gait Mathews.Mr. Coggins and :Miss Dinah Cog- I Hack, olivo. bolgo .. navy.Sun ..'
U and Mrs. Bruce Mathews gins of Anderson S. C. on. -- 29 to 42.IT'S .

A Vote ForI and family of Gainesville :Monday and Mr. and :Mrs.:\ L.

joined the family on Sunday E. Jordan. Jr. and family of I I
Dave Long will return to Boston !Mass: on Tuesday.Mr. \\O\tOn

FSU Sunday after being and Mrs Ira D. Wells O'tS

home for two weeks. Dave and Buddy and! Nita Hill of C\S THE HOTTEST RAGE

: LOU DON I made the Dean's list for the (Gulfbreeze are spending from

I ( R T)) ; A and B summer sessions. Thursday, Sunday with :\Ir.I S'9'!>> AND CARP'S HAS 'EM!

Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Summers and Mrs. Barney McRae Sr.Mrs. \ 3 '
: c..tll"
I' and family of Norco, Bobby Crawford. returned O"" Knit Shells
I
,. ,. .
I La. were Saturday to Wednesday to her home In Provi- ytllC.f.

Is A Vote For I guests of Mr. and dence Sunday after spending I ...0\(0\( ....:\ q0 I 'e'
1.
two weeks 1th her mother. "" '
- I Gaines. O 99
Mrs. L. M. 1 1(. 1 Site'0'\\ sn,, 4f" 2
Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. Betty Crawford while her S\ot'--\I\ t.o"l..i"i :\a\\\\\C\}' \ILe
Cheaper Electrical Rates. t tto had as Monday evening husband attended OCS at 't" '/ \l1t'I1\\1i1' u

dinner\ guests, Mr. and Mrs. Camp Blanding ".o ;.:.t\)" '.OIl\ 100% Nylon Completelyvanhahle.. i&

: An Underpass for Crossing Sea- _I Comer Long and daughter. ,,\IG'I.\a1i.\\"\ '" lovely solid colon of navy plum, I
Louise of Okeechobee and: \01' black white, Icxlen. Si/en S, M, L. -

f u:' board Railroads. Dr. and Mrs. Bryant Carroll Ambulance Deal \il. ... 4:4 '

.s. of Jacksonville. -, : -


Adequate Downtown Parking. TilE BRADFORD I Still Problem


JfMore and Better Recreational Facilities. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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Progressive Government Through Long Range Plan- Published every Thursdayat
pita 1 board In turn employJones'
138 \V. Call St.,

ning. Starke, Fla. 32091 "It bothers firm. me to subsidize -' \

Second class postage paidat a private firm for a Job

In The Field of Electrical Engineering Starke, Fla. for which the firm collects a i :
My 17 Years fee," Hospital Board Chairman .i NEW

Me Councilman Subscription Rates: T. H. Slade said. '
Rates. Elect >
Says We Can Have Cheaper '
In trade area: $3.30: per : "Funeral homes are losing, Handbag so

Group 3. year; $2.00 six month I money on ambulance service-:' ..
andpubl.s.1e and they're going to quit it: 't'0
E. L. Matthews, editor
And Make Me Prove It! :" that's the problem" Commls-. 299 AND 499

Outside trade area: $4.00 sinoner Roberts said. "It may Handbagt.every grvln........_..,.rV ..
be hard in principal to sub- '- VV .---- houldr ttyUt' I*pouch**. S..sun*toI'O' faI
per year; 12.25 nix months.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I stdlza a private firm but

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T .'ItSI\1'. \i-(:. 25. 191111
nditl're BICAJIkORU COUNTY 'l'F.LF.OItAPII. STARK1H. FLORIDA
PSCF: THREE
I

roJated Terwillegar Home [j Johns Infant I BoMde.s hilt parents he Is Gi'HVChldc services were I
,
I survived by a half brother held In TUB lUCHIT POINT for the
sto Scene Of PartyAnne I Dies radnctt;: Cemetery
TuesdayDavid 'Gary Masters of Gainesville near Middleburg Wednesday. way you. writ*. Come In and

earl I and a half sister, Debra Masters August 24. with Rev. J. C. select your favorite ESTEK-
Pact Terwlllegar and Denise -
Lynn Johns, infantson
BROOK fountain TELE
pen.
Huntley of Gainesville. Johnson of the Mld-
t bqt Winkler were hostessesat of David S. and Ola pastor
GLADYS MOOTY a back-to-school party Morgan Johns of MUdlebuig His paternal grandparents Oleburg Baptist Church offl-'I GRAPH.
last Saturday the arc Shell and Ethel Johns of elating. Burial was in the'
eject Phone 954-0651 night at died In a Starkt hospital I
.. :MlddlebuiK and the maternal
Terwillegar home on E. Call family plot under the derec-
ns nto
Tuesday morningHe
.\ Classified, All 1 In the TELE-
street. grandparents nrp Lucas! :!; and tlon of DeWitt C. Jones "
p was born in Starke
streIng Marcia HaynesIs Mr. And Mrs. HayesTo Summer flowers were used : August 21. 1068 Jew'eln ;Morgan ol Gainesville. Funeral Home of Starke. ni\ni bring. resorts.

ingr ComplimentedAt Be Honored On to highlight in the points party of rooms Interest -
t'i11 I '- '- -
Two PartiesMiss 50th Anniversary I r itLIrl ; and terrace for the occasion

pr.. j II I with an arrangement of the :i
Marcia whose s.1 same flowers centering the
rcogrrent Haynes The fiftieth wedding anni- | 1A I
marriage to Bobby Welch will versary of Mr. and Mrs. Mas- I refreshment table in the dining I Qj1'

wtldltevel be an event of Friday even- ton S. Hayes will be celebrated room. The white linen I 4/4
ing at 7 p. m. in the First by a reception in their I covered table also held crys-

f eh Methodist Church has been ]honor at the home of God- s tal holders with pink tapers. ,

1 c honored! at two lovely partiesIn j frey Hayes, in Gainesville.Mr. Games and dancing were
manse the past week. and Mrs. Hayes were r 'I enjoyed by the thirty young

a The Holiday Inn was the married Aug 27 1916 at the folks during the evening.

ctivltld setting for a luncheon last Crews home near Lake But-

ref Friday given by Mrs. A. J. ;ler. Mrs. Hayes is the daughter Rehearsal SupperFor

Barry, for Miss Haynes. : of the !late. Sen. John B.
,dsces Centering the long lunch- Crews and Cecilia Sapp. Mr. Beeler-Ritch

f eon table was a low arrange- Hayes Is the son of the late Wedding Party

will ment of yellow majestic daisies Nathan G. Hayes, and Han- i
I '
dYED 1'0.MA fOr A 1 W 6t.
fleet and green Balls of Ire- nah B. Barry. They have two ____ Mr. and Mrs. James R. -
rograCoun land. Down the length of the children Godfrey M. Hayes Beeler Sr of Keystone I

table were placed small arrangements and Wild Hayes Bradham. i Heights were hosts at a rehearsal I
Orou of leather leaf and five grandchildren.Mr. supper Thursday SKIRTS AND SWEATERS. -

ogre fern and yellow pompoms. Hayes was the first i night at the Garden Restau- +x -
tor Bridal place cards markedthe Superintendent of Public In- I' rant honoring their son.

''emsfrt seating arrangement for struction of Glades County. i: Jimmy, and his fiancee Miss .fcr

the 25 guests. when the county was createdIn I Martha Susan Ritch. following

The hostess presented the 1921. and served for 12 their wedding rehearsal .
honoree with a personal gift years. He was with the State Martha Susan Ritch Becomes Bride Centering the long ban-

as a memento of the occas Board of Education for 18 Of James R. Beeler In Church RitesMiss quet table was a. beautiful

befo ion. years, and has been retired pyramid arrangement of blue

ltty for 12 years. He is a Past Martha Susan Ritch.I I with white organdy and helda and white carnations and young fashion scholars, M die know pickAll
TuS Miss Suzanne Judd enter- Master of the Masonic Lodge, daughter of Mrs. Grace Ritch single silver candlestick gladioli. Bridal place cards -.. -
tained at. a Coca-Cola party Past Patron of the Eastern became the bride of James R. with a white taper. marked the seating arrangement -

larceriaty. Saturday morning at her Star of Moore Haven, and is Beeler Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. T Long Mrs. T. C. ) for the 22 guests which

home on Lafayette street for a Shriner. Mrs. James R. Beeler Sr. of Hazen Jr., Mrs. J. E. Hardy Included members of the I ,

ndece Miss Haynes.An Mrs. Hayes Is a.. Past Ma- Keystone Heights at a beau- and Mrs. A. N. Holliday cut wedding party, and out-of- t WOOl "
aft arrangement of yellow tron of the Eastern Star at tiful candlelight ceremony the brldu's! cake and Mrs. town guests. Those from out- HIPSTITCH SKIRT $
nysm chrysanthemums was used in Moore Haven and has beena of-town were the groom's
Friday, August 19 at 8:00: p. Frank Starling kept the v -
the living room for the oc- school teacher for many grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 1 '
m. in the First Methodist bride's book. Also assisting in ALL WOOl
casion. In the dining room years. They reside at 1217 S. Robert T. Gibson of Deep
Church. Rev. Richard Alburyof serving were Mrs Lew Chaff, 54
ul as the table was covered with W. 4th Ave.. in Gainesville. Gainesville performed the Miss Marcia Haynes, Mrs. Creek Lake. M<1. and Largo Qi ttii CARDIGAN :

Se? a cutwork cloth and centered All relatives and friendsare double-ring ceremony. Jim Reddish. Miss Mary Bol- and his cousins Mr. and<1 Mrs Mt ,.
:OS with a hollowed out water- invited to the reception Dale Patterson of Belle\er- .
Gracing the altar was a linsrer. Miss Janet Hardy,
melon filled with crushed ice Sunday, Aug. 28, from threeto large sunburst arrangement Mrs. James Phillips, MJss non, Pa. '' turn rim. eRntl

cordIng and bottled Coca-Colas. six o'clock of white gladioli mums and Jane Waffler of Pompano Tfca honored couple presented ,i.4. f
Around the melon was a -
pompoms against a back- Beach. Mrs. DeWayne McRae personal gifts to their tY.r MA1ZI IIZD M4-
garland of greenery Interspersed WaltersWebbRehearsal
0m ground of fern trees ferns and Mrs. Veazy Walker. attendants during the din- ,
with yellow' pom-
da PartyMr. and branched candelabra Cheryl Phillips. Colleen ner. a'I
: 1
poms.
with burning, white tapers Nichols and Barbara Valen-
Miss Judd was assisted in
and Mrs. Columbus On the piano was an arrangement ski gave out rice bags. Birthday Party
serving by Miss Mary Bol-
Webb entertained at a rehearsal of white gladioli The young couple left on a "'"'fI .
linger and blue carnations. The I short wedding trip to St. For Fran CaseyFran rrTr"CHAI t t,11 -
party on Friday. Aug.
The honoree was presentedwith ,..u. ,lay ....;...,
19 at their home at Atlantic family pews were marked Augustine and will be at ..;,. .. .
a yellow pompom cor- celebrated her
Beach for their daughter with white satin bows tied home at 341 W. Call street t Casey \ '.;
sage and a piece of her 15th birthday recently ather GEjt\: ,
Janet and her fiance. Terry with pompoms.Mrs. Starke after August 22. The : :
chosen china pattern from
nome Luke
Walters. L. J. Green organist, bride chose for traveling a on Hampton I ON MOLt$ OPTION ,
her hostess as a memento of with swim and ski wk
a party. ..
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Colorful summer flowers played nuptial music as the three piece blue and mustard 1 ". "\ It> .
the occasion. decorated their home where guests gathered and accom- gold suit with matching accessories After the guests enjoyed a .','" cHARed P1AN'.;! .+.

guests gathered prior to the panied Miss Marian Green and the orchid from weiner roast, her parents t
Stork Shower wedding rehearsal held at soloist, who sang "Because"and her bridal bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Casey

For Mrs. CrawfordMrs. the Neptune Beach Baptist "On Hand. One Heart. The bride graduated from brought the girls back to -
Church. James H. Ritch II brotherof BITS class of '64. attendedSt. their home in town for a PERMANENT PRESSED

Bobby Crawford was The buffet dinner was the bride served as best Johns River Junior College slumber party.Stamp / t.ctn .

honored at a delightful stork served to the guests which man and the ushers were I and is employed in the GIRLS SPORTSWEAR ', '.
shower last Thursday night Included the bride and Lew Chaff of Staike and Tax Collector's office In the Tax -

given by Miss Martha San groom, their wedding party Veazy Walker Calvin Osteen Bradford County Court Totals $2,980
the immediate families and I and Merle Packham of Key- House.
dera.An out-of-town guests. stone Heights. The groom graduated from
attractive pink and July collections of state mIx 'em 'n ,
white color motif was achieved Mrs. Linda Kay Johns attended Monessnn High School, Pa.' ,
documentary stamp tax totaled -
L. N. match 'em 'n
Pickerings class of 63. attended St ti
In the party decorations. the bride as matronof $2,980, according( to u .
Covering the refreshment Honored At Dinner honor in a empire style. j I Johns River Junior College I I report received Monday from ..mark 'em with j "
table was a white linen and soft silk dress with blue I and Is employed In the en- the officer of State Comptroller .'b"

lace cloth and centered by a I Dr and Mrs. M. J. Picker- bodice, and wide ruffle of iflneerln; department! of Fred O. Dickinson. '

S pink and white baby cradle. Ing honored Dr. Pickerings,,1 I lace under the bodice The Clay Electric Cooperative. Collections In Clay County 1 A-w .
This was flanked by pink white floor length skirt hada Inc In Keystone! Heights. *B", h Mr $ssk.. And Run Girl
I parents, !Mr and Mrs. L. N.Pickerinz I totaled $6.305 for the month. h for the little mill entering r : 4k;
candles in silver! holders.' of Starke on their narrow band of blue and A breakdown for the staW'sl "
the.
".ve. hv
I anything) to weer" (lag. She' ready) b for /"
en Miss Sanders presided at the 40th wedding anniversary! wide tare ruffle aroun-1 the Youth Finds 67 counties Indicated that
punch bowl and was assisted Tuesday night at a dinner I hem. Her short blue veil] of 1691.002 was collected from I Mp.rt.t .And RUM OH I.! very much ready for her wits

in serving by her moth"r. party at their home In I Illusion! was secured by silk Honesty Pays in-state sales and an addi- *oerdin.t,d, dtuon .nJ cotton Ueuiei/ / Mitt end .1",1r.6,
'9 Mrs. M R. Sanders and sister Gainesville.Enloylng. petals She. carried! a blue i tional $6,374 was! recorded in ...

Carrie. the affair with bouquet of feathered carnal out-of-state sales.
\ I
Honesty off
I pays a 10-year-
One game was played dur, the Pickerings were Mr. and, tlons. tulle.. loops of satin! old Ventura California boy

ing the party hours 8 to 9:30: I I Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of Boyn- I I ribbon and streamers found out last week when he I Civitans NamedTo tRoll

EDI and prizes were awarded to ton Beach Mr. and Mrs.I Given In marriage by her claimed $150: he found Mix .

Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs Paul Raymond, Mrs. Bertha uncle. T. C. Hazen Jr. the months ago on the floor of a CommitteesPeter Sleeve Blouse ,-- .,.....---, $4
.,.". Betty Crawford. Lang of Delray Brfach, Oayle bride was lovely in a white store. I

,Y.It Ivy The honoree was presentedwith Hatcher and PrisciUa\ PickerIng l taffeta floor length gown. Young Mark Anderson Is J. Novak, business

.tsa a Infantseat from her The fitted bodice had long the son Slf? :\11'. and Mrs. A. w.1 I manager of the Sta'ke-Brad- Skirt $Ii
I ford Hipstltch
County Chamber .
of Commerce .
hostess as a memento of the calla lllv! sleeves and was Anderson of Ventura and j
occasion. Junior MYF decorated with appliques of are natives of Starke. Mark I[ and a member of the +
[ Starke Clvltan Club has been
i I ,
scalloped lace. embroidered found the $150 Ij'ingon the i
Has Swim named to
PartyThe a state-wide Clvl-
CARD OF TII\NKS I with seed pearls and Irrl- floor of The Akron Store In (! tan committee for organJza- Belted A Line Skirt..._....-... --$6
Tedious hours during my Junior M. Y. F. had a 'I' descent sequins The bell Ventura last January. tion of new clubs.
: recent Illness and hospi tallza- weiner roast and swim party I shaped shift! had a pleated :Mark who has been on Robert Turner, :
train attached to a flat crutches for two years be- past presi- Hack*._ 54
tlon. were brightened Immeas- Tuesday evening at the Slade panel I dent of the Starke Civltan u
urably by the many acts of summer home on Klngsley] I I bow high in the back. Her cause of a bone disease, handed Club, has been electod" LIeu-
ISox's kindness! by friends and loved ; Lake. veil of illusion was attached the money over to the storemanage.r tenant governor of Zone 1 to

ones. A special thanks to the The eleven young folks I to a crown of seed pearls. I but the cash regis- coordinate Clvltan actlvltlmi

doctors and hospital staff and were chaperoned by their Her only ornament was a ,' ters balanced, and. the money '| Both men will serve for FARAH PRESSED
for the cards, flowers, and Interest I counselor Mrs. Warren pendant necklace with a cultured was turned over to police to the 196B. 7 Clvltan year.

era shown. Mrs. Geneva ler and senior wink-I' pearl, a gift of the await its rightful owner. '
Ivy., Thomas Tanner t Mrs. J. R. Wainwrlght. groom. She carried a bouquetof But the owner has never Recent Births / i2 /
feathered carnations pha- made a claim and the younglad : / .ZE'S'
received the. seven $20 i I
laenopsls orcnia:: ivy ana I bills and single $10 bill when I II Bradford Cotp.ty Hospital F INFANT BOY ill. Mj
white satin streamers
Adult Basic Education ProgramMRS. Mrs. Ritch chose for her I the waa six up. month waiting period births announce: the following BOYS' SUM AND KE&, 1... M.$1I'

daughters wedding a lime According to the Ventura Mr. and Mrs. James Earl HUSKIES a6-u.)...e
street length and
BERNiCE HOPKINS COORDINATORDrawer lace green dress complimented crepe witha County (Calif.) Star-Free Test-on. Lawtey, a daughter, t PREPS W-M $4V
I Press, 10-year-old Mark zooms l Nancy Carol, Aug. 17.
100, Office USO Building yellow corsage. around, on his crutches and Mr and Mrs. Charles DK. OlIVI MAC tt. nut
Mrs. Beeler mother of the seems to know no fear
but Kenneth
Starke Bryant Keystone
Florida 32091 IT. OllVt HAW DUST
!in ii
groom. was attired a he suddenly lost his Heights,
courageat a son, Kenneth Steven -
i> champagne lace dress with the police station: Aug 20. I IVY SEIOC_ CHAACOA4 IUiW.AND'I

Elementary Education Grades 1 to 8 which she wore a melon rose "You" ask'em Dad, I'm chicken. Mr and Mrs Hubert Oli- fl,
.
corsage phant. Keystone Heights, a
MORNINGS AFTERNOONS EVENINGS A reception was held In I "Murk rust guipect and said son, Stuart Lamar Aug. 17
r3is Fellowship: Hall where the 1 'thanks a lot,' the police ser- I BDYS'PERMAPRESS

Selected Centers Throughout Bradford County nests were greeted by :MISH I geuntw ho counted the bills I home" for Mark who on Saturday I

M Rlcharde and Mrs J. Into Mark's hand reported. August 13, completed! a
NEW-Consumer Education ]I. Ritch Jr.. aunts of the i Things were different at '' three-month around the
for the ( 'I' world
bride. Standing In the receiving | home, though. I i trip with hlrt parents I

Housewife line were Mrs Grace Mark's usual animation had I| "He never walk, *ie always j f SHIRTS
Ritch T C. Hazen Jr. Mr returned) and he loot no time I flies;" his moth. explained. I e
HOW TO BUY WISELY: and Mrs Beeler Sr., the in calling In all the neighborhood "He rusted the metal In his I f ed Ito 1119.

HOW TO COOK & TO SEW FOR THE FAMILY: ; bride an'I groom. Mrs Linda kids, to let them nee and crutches using them when he ; I ever N .

a HOW TO BUDGET THE FAMILY'S: FINANCES; Kav Johns and James H. i i;, even feel his good fortune.Iark' played In the surf wherever I .Tht0 New 50" Fortrel! Polyester. 50% cotton shirts In the fates
n :\ father. A. W. Is the he had tine T
Ritch opportunity. IronmJtho
AND OTHER IMPORTANT SUBJECTS. I \ :
P lNAW l\\
The bride's table was covered son of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson I Watt b ng fellow tourists ; while:! y ra
Be A Good Neighbor Tell Your Friends About with a white floor 1 i of Starke and his mother, | throul7'.lout the trip helped drying.' !? styles for >that t young mn. on hU way back, to school
:Mary Jo, Is the Mark' \
These Courses! length organdy cloth andcenterf'd daughter of i to deride what he'd like
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. I tn
do with
some of his
by three tiered for-
a :d
l. "
--,'-
Mrs. Anderson, Now withFaraPress '
a nurse, sat use:
Some adults in the Bradford County area last year wedding cake topped witha ', quietly in the background, "I wanm-a buy a movie cam- .4' .. : '- -
miniature bride and .
groom .
covered as many as three ((3)) grade levels: duringthe and decorated with white the Star-Free Press reported. era and get people in action." w .
I
nine ((9)) months. Let the Bradford "It's been a great lesson in
County roses. Around the cake was a honesty," she said. '
Adult Education Program help you! ruffle of 1I1u lon. At either "Next Friday 'August 26)) Plastic Notebook $3.50 at the LODEN 99

end of the table were silver, he Is due to visit his doctor TE.CRAPII.; ; '
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Classes for 1966-67 are expected to start with the candelabra with white tapers'decorated and we hope to hear that af I' I p ASST. PIAIOJ
tr.. with climbing ter two years he won't new fttg. TM. SIZES 8."
regular 8choolprogram. ; 1
I. fern The two punch tables those crutches any more. He I THE RIGHT POINT for the' s

were covered with white or- has a bone disease In his left way you write. Come In and
Plan Now To Enroll
Early! gandy cloths and held cry- hip which Is expected to clear select. your favorite E T.IC-: ,,
stal punch bowls The bride's up soon." BROOK fountain pen. TELE-

book table was also covered t The. mUnAY was a "welconi 0 K Aril.
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trade Slade will be the drivel arriving at 8:15: a.m. This bus East aide of Highway to graded road South. Proceed

I Jaycees Quiz City Clerk On Rates Debts of bus No. 7 and Mrs. Brenda, will then be parked at the graded road approximately 1 South to Terry Road thence

Jones will be. .the temporarj, bus barn" The afternoon route. mile North of Highland. Proceed East on Terry Road to 8

.. driver. Special instructions DC J I will begin at Starke Elementary West on graded road 1 200A. Thence North to Law-

NOT allow students on, US 301. School, then to Bradford Jr. School. Unload
"Necessity doesn't 'leave Staike's "l1lgh" electric rates./! I accounts. rive most of its A: According to a rough mile Turn around and return tey High
much choice." City Cleik Iho city's debt service also "But we use more: look at A: The power calculation mode severalyears to cross highway to board 01 High School leaving Bradford to U. S. 301 South to Lawtey Jr High School students

Merrill Edwards said In a I came In for extensive prob- I the increase In revenue" he !I utility system. Ad ,I ago about 1 1.5 cents leave bus.ROUTE. High School at 3:15: p.m. The Grlffis Rd., thence West to and pick up Bradford
morning route will\ then be re-
No. 5 will begin In School students and
talk before the Starke JayI I ing as did the purchasing emphasized and cigarette taxes ;: Q: What is the city's lowest versed. The driver of bus No. the Claude Rowe Road and High
Monday night when system inventory and the But the clerk also said the big items the clerk residential rate? Hampton and. proceed Southon South to SR 125. Proceed to proceed directly to Bradford
cees I B. Whitehead
2 will be Mrs. A. -
I SR 235 to the
asked if he favors "the pro- need for a city engineer. city's debt has tilpled in 10 the power plant is th i A: After the minimum 2.3 Return ,to County line. (If overcrowding occurson Lawtey Jr. High School. Second High School. arriving at 8:15a. :

potted $630.000 bond Issue tol I "The record shows weI | years. It has gone from $!.- ;I source.Q.' per KW. ceed North Hampton on SR 221 and' pro this bus the. driver will route will begin at m. This bus will then be

I expand the power plant. I I Starke] haven't grown as 308,000. of which $537,000 i I What Is the Q: Who does the city's East, on John Rd for approximately turning make a second run.) Woodlawn Baptist Church parked at the bus barn. The
I i Interest chaises, to $3.-, debt limit of the picking up on graded road to afternoon route will begin at
much as we've improved. was I purchasing? '
Edwards explained the operation 1% miles turning Route No. 9 will\ begin at
of the city and gave' the clerk said. While tin-! | 743.000. Of which $1,629,000:: A: According to city A: The department heads South on graded road to SR 18 the State Prison picking up : Bill Reddish's Store on SR Bradford High School at 2:30p. :
and
facts and figures showingthe city's budget has doubled in Is Intel'est. in 1965. i I er. It is 50 per cent of That's another of my recommendations and 'then to Hampton Elementary only those students assignedto 16. Proceed on SR 16 m. the morning route

increase in revenue and the last 10 ;years going from "They'ie high" Edwards I II sessed value of all central purchasing School. Unload all except Bradford County Schools.It .. South to Starke Elementary will be reversed. The driverof

spending over the past 10, $426.000 to $836,000 in 1965. : said of the city's utility eity. Total We don't really havea those students assigned to R- will travel South of SK 13 and Bradford High bud: No. 19 will be William\

years He was quizzed extensively Edwards said he doubts the | rates "But when you con- little over $ purchasing; agent now. The JE High School. This bus will to SR 225. Proceed on SR 225 School arriving at 8:15: a. m. Oault.

by the Jaycees about city has gained 100 utility i side what you Ret; they're clerk said.Q man we call that Is really then proceed along SR 221 to to SR 229, thence South on This bus will then be parked' Route No 14 will begin on
i I not so high People expect : Can the city 'just In charge of the stockroom US 301 to Lincoln City where SR 229 to Starke Elementary at the bus barn. Th after-' S 200A and turn West on
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more services in. today's modern without Increasing additional students assigned School and Bradford High noon route will begin at Dick Ferguson Road, proceedto

way of life Edwards rates or taxes added Q: How do von control I to RJE High ''School will be School, arriving at 8:15: a. m. Starke Elementary School first dirt road South, circle -

CONTRACT said. and the cost of streets, edness? spending? picked up. The bus will then This bus will then be parkedat then to Bradford High around by Woodlawn

electric lights, sidewalks a A: I don't( know. A: I keep up with each de I proceed -to RJE High School the bus burn The after- School leaving Bradford Church continuing Northeastto

police force, and a fire department Is getting figures partment's budget and just arriving at 8.15 a.m. This bus noon route 'will begin at High School at 2:30: p. m. first dirt road to left, pro

is high now. tell them "That's all" will then be parked at the bus Starke Elementary School The morning route will be ceed on graded road to SR

"If you could cut out those Q Do you favor Q: Are we discouraging Industrial barn. This bus will leave HiS then to Bradford High School reversed. The driver of bus 225 turn East and proceedto

PAINTING services the city's spending proposed new bonds? prospects because of High School at 2:30: p.m. and leaving: Bradford High Schoolat No. 28 will be Mr. Hubert Lawtey Jr. High School.

would be cut by 50 per cent," A: Necessity our utility rates? the morning route will be re 3:15: p.m. The morning Priest. Unload all students. Second

the clerk added.As much choice. But A: We do have a special versed. The driver of bus No. route will then be reversed Route No 13 will begin on route will proceed South on

economy moves Edwards pointed out that the rate of 1.75 cents per KW for 20 will be Alberta Dell. The driver of bus No 5 will SR 225. proceeding West 4Va US 301 to SR 233 (Morgan

No Job Too Small said, he has recommended an A bond rating users over 250.000 KW per iRoute No. 6 will begin on be Mrs. Ida Reddish. (If over- miles to graded road. Proceed Road I Proceed West on SR

that the city council the power plant Is month SR 21A and proceed to SR 100, crowding occurs on ,this bus South on graded road to 233 to SR 16 thence Southon
No Job Too Institute ble for Q: There has been no population thence South to the Countyline. the driver will make a second Market
LargeSttlnley a central purchasing It. But he pick-up point. Turn around SR 16 to Farmers
and hire doesn't how growth and no extra Turn around and proceed run to pick up students nearest j East graded
system a city see a services and return to SR 225. Pro- Road. thence on
engineer. He said he asked a city can borrow haven't provided that we North on SR 100, turning, school.) ceed East on SR 225 to SR road to US 301 Proceed
Lyons and received from, the council of debt. had. but the debt- 1 service right on graded road North of Route 10 will begin at the 125A. Turn North and pro- South on US 301 to Starke

permission to Inventoryall Q: How long afford keeps to going up. Could we airport. Proceed 1 mile then intersection of SR 16 and SR ceed to SR 125.: thence East Elementary School and Brad-

city property. He Is In the nnwer plant has been engineer 'who pay ''WOuld a qualified be Interested city return ,to SR 100, thence South 225. Proceed South on SR 16 2 miles to first graded road ford High School, arriving at

Phone 259-3084 process of setting the Inven- ed? in Stark and not in his picking up students in the to SR 229A, thence West on South, thence South to SR 8:15: a. m. This bus will then
Theressa area. Thence to SR SR 229A to SR 241 (Morgan
tory up now, the clerk said. A: In 195S, the own firm? 225 and ororeed to first [IContinued On Page Five I
18 and on to Hampton. Unload Rd.) proceeding South to SR
Macclenny Fla.P. Some of the questions ask portion was added. AThe: city could afford all students assigned to i 16. Proceed on SR 16 without
ed Clerk Edwards by the Q. What does It
one. We need a qualified en- Hampton Elementary School. stopping to Starke Elementary
O. JInx 31HEARING Jaycees and his answers city to generate one Cln... Continue picking up students I School then to Bradford High !
of ? I EARN A
were: power on SR 221 North and US 301 School, arriving at 7:30: a.m. I
I. Q: Where does the city de- to intersection with SR 227 I Second route will proceed Easton

Proceed to Starke Elementary SR 16 to the County line I
School and Bradford High Turn around and proceed Went High School Diploma By CreditsYou
Run Set I
All
Dry 20 School School, arriving at 8:15: a. m. i on SR 16 to the first graded

I 1JACKSONVILLE) This bus will be parked at road, turn South and proceedto
BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES the bus barn. The afternoon Country Club Estates ( May Need Only A Few; Check the List)

Bus Routes MorningA route will begin at Starke Elementary thence on Bessent Road Required Credit: ((9th Grade and Above) I l

: School then to Bradford and proceed to Soutrmlde '

: AID PET SHOP High School, leaving Elementary School I and :3 Units English ,i'
dry rail on all 20 route. The driver of bus No. Bradford High School at 2:30: Bradford! High School. arriving 1 Unit Mathematics ;''Ir"
bus routes set by the 17 will be at 8:15 This bus will
TilE Mrs. Miry Harrell. p.m. The morning route will : a.m.
i
ANTIQUES Foe Best In Hearing SeaSONOTONE- of Public Instruction Route No. 3 will begin on be reversed. The driver of bus then be parked at the bus 1 Unit Science (General or Biology) ,

Kongo Pet Shop 1966.67 term is SR 235 North of Smoker, No. 25: with be Mrs. Marjorie barn. The afternoon route 1 Unit American History "

BoughtSoldAppraise4FurnitureChinaClasa next Thursday turning on graded road by Packham. wil! begin at Southside Elementary 1 Unit Government (or Civics)

Silver-Bras Oil Poodles Malte.ie-.LIasas tember 1, .according to Frank Tomlinson's, circling: Route No. 7 will\ begin, on School at 2:20: p.m., \\'t Unit Americanism vs. Communism
*---- Paintings
POODLE GROOMING Tom
OF JACKSONVILLE Casey. West to SR 231 then(-' to SR I SR 21A and proceed to SR thence to Bradford HighSchool. /i Unit Additional Social Studies

One Piece or a house Full I "The Strongest and Smallest Sweaters, Collars, Tap. low Each In. route this article.is 233, returning to Smoker Jr. 100, thence on SR 100 to !. Pick up, students for 8 Units Elective Academic Subjects
of Returnto
town.
route East
Aid In the World" Pet Supplies High School to unload elemen- Southslde Elementary School
Ina Ward Antiques Hearing By consolidating tary students, and all and then ,to RJE School Bradford High School for
Only Co. Hearing Aid Made wholesale pick up High 16 Units Total Required for High School Diploma
revision
3572 St. Johns Ave. I' 22 West Monroe Birds-FlHh-Hamster* bersome of students enrolled in Starke arriving at 7:55: a.m. Proceed' other load The driver of bus

353-1483 schools. This bus will pick up to Lincoln City and pick up No. 34 will be Annie Kelly. NOTE 1. 2 units will be accepted for military '
JacJcsonvUle> & Sun. 10-8 P.M. tem, the School 10'
Jacksonville 387-1379 i Dally students along SR 18 omitting students and. return to RJE This bus will serve as an afternoon training (if fully described and documented -
been able '
to
Call Collect Closed Tuesday save from Graham to SR 223. Commence High School. This bus will shuttle bus from Service Branch '
the Armed
cutting out six buses \ Schoolto by
picking students,! then be the bus Southslde Elementary .
up on parked at '
Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP 8939 Htrlonjr R>i. Normandy. > vers All buses, SR 227 at junction with SR I barn. The afternoon route will Bradford High School or courses under USAFI if certificates r

Section 'I in excellent shape. 225. Proceed East to US 301 begin at RJE High School at Route No. 11 will begin were presented). 'J

WESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY 1954 models. were cut and then No'th on US 301 to 2:25: p.m. and the morning North of the State Prison on
TT. Jacksonville 781-2800 ing: a saving in salaries NOTE 2. Non-academic subjects (such as Physical -
Starke Elementary School and route reversed. The driver of : graded rond, thence to SR 125.:\

Inc. SHOP, Inc. PIANOS-ORGANS tenance, insurance, Bradford High School, arrivIng bus No. 9 will\ be S..well Proctor I I East on SR 125 across US 301I Education Band Chorus or others)

AUTHORIZED DEALER an Increase in safety. at 8:15: a.m. This bus will I for 1 mile ,to graded road turn cannot be included in the required total
; The .
A Complete Line of Mason! *r Bamlln Pianos I consolidating saving WM then be parked at the bus Route No. 8 will\ begin/ on !South' for 3.4 mile, thence toLawtey (above).
a1em PurtH. Boat fc Airplane Builders Sup- Hammond Organ. some barn. The afternoon route SR 235 "at Moody's Store pro I I Jr. High Sihool. Unload -

'e..vllO'I. Body, Sbop pile*--Specializing In Radio Magnavox/ Organs I ded extending by the others State as ) will\ begin at Starke Elementary -I ceeding Northeast to SR 229, Lawtey students and Interested Persons Are Urged To
I
Controlled Model.s "You Get A Good! Deal At- of School then to Bradford' thence Northwest. on SR 229 pick up Bradford High School ,
a.ra'-8 Education. Total '
(Open 8 p.m. High School, leaving Bradford students and\ proceed directlyto
8 pm. Sat.--Closed Sunday I I and equipment age under the old High School\ at 2:30 to the County line. Turn a- School Register Early
: p.m. and Bradfoi-d High arriving -
I round and re-turn to SR 223.
MILLERJJilO? ; 617.9 miles mornAn&I I I
lUG LANK/ AVE. SOUTH Open Evening till 9 P.M. F. O. : ); compared reverse the morning route. Proceed on SR 225 to the second at 8:15: am. This bus
rhone Jacksonville 384-3441 I 'DO "" .-. under the streamlined The driver of bus No. 12 will road will then be parked at ,the bus Classes are expected to start with the regular ''It,
-_ graded past B.i.vless
602 So. EdgewoodJaccsonvil1e en.ttawi of fit. ti,_S,... InC I Two olner. policies be Mrs. Ethel Rn,". West barn. The afternoon route will program.
Highway Church turning
Parrish Motors I : 388-8662 adopted by the 'board: Schoolat
.a.ckNon'me. Route 4 will begin In Hampton V mile, thence North to SR begin at Bradford High (
must park their buses 2:30 .m. and the morning
proceeding Southwest on 225 thence South 2 miles tolast p CONTACT
county barn except SR 221 and route will be reversed. The
continuing South ,
BALKS Men'!,; & Boy's!' W-eat SEWING. MACHINES their runs; ,they will on US 301 ,to the County line. graded road on left, fir-' i driver of bus No.6 will be
SERVICE cling North to return to SR I The Director Bradford County Adult Education \
L1) allowed to drive them al'Ound I ..,
It will there turn and Mrs. Hazel Sapp.
PARTS 225. Proceed South to SR 100 I ,
Program Drawer 100 Starke Florida 32091
as in the and I II ,
past no
"Quality Clothes. for Men an SINGER AUT ZIGZAG proceed North to SR 18, thence and thence East on SR 100 to Route N'o.- 12 will begin!!! on
:
over the of 65 I Or visit the in the of the USO Building.
32 Tears As A Dealer Boys Since 1919" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet hired., age Vest to SR 227 proceeding ,I Starke Elementary Schoolthen 1 1I I U. S. 301 North of Lawtey I office rear

Alway Good Used Cars Sold New over $300 North to graded, road South- to Bradford High School, picking up students on the
Kl Laura St. .Jacknon\Hie Van Heusen Stctton! Hats Bal. $73 or $5.09 Per Mo'ntbl)| The county will be weat of Southern Railway and I
Phone 366-5654:\ McGregor Gold "Cup Sox dispose. of six old thence to SR 18, thence to US

.Complete Formal Wear Rental Ideal Sewing Center' still have three good 301 traveling North to SR .......--. .
Automatic Tran'lmi! slonAutomatic Supt. Casey says, 221, turn around and commence T

ALL MAKES Rood' junior college bus. South on US 301 to MISCELLANEOUS DATA

CVounq| Men's Shop New and Used Machine \State Department SR 18 and thence East to ,

848 Cassat Ave. a thorough Hampton Klementary School.

Transmissions & l 540 Main Corner DuTkl \ i.4'ksonvIlli3895071 I bus being considered 'I Unload elementary childrenfor I JULY 1964 JULY 1966 ,..1" .J i

Motor Exchange Jacksonville i iI after 12 years of Hampton and load to rapacity .
I TRACK SERVICE ; that rate the county Bradford High School i I'' /$2,387,937.88, ;
BIG DADDY WALT purchase two new ;:' students. Proceed without :. FjlJ.

Remanufactured Transmissions MOTORCYCLES RAY'S yettr from now on to stopping to Starke Elementary 41 s2o40,936O7.iniif1 : .
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Motors oldest at 12 years. School and Bradford High .
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TRACK SERVICEPortable
By Quality Craftsman New routes that will School arriving at 8:15: a. m. ; ; 0' "

2097 \V. Beaver St. HONDA next Thursday are: This bus will then be parkedat : ASETS i

Jacksonville. 35-<<171 MOTORCYCLES Track Press Senrtc* Route No. 1 will the bus barn. The afternoon. I '
Welding SR 18 West of Brooker route will begin at Starke El. I""
Used Bulldozer & Crawler county line. This bus I School then to Bradford t 'I\o\( "" .
ementary
All Models Nothing Down i L:0 :
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CAMPERS Merchants-Green Stamps "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" \ up students from thi High School ''leaving ;.. .; ;,': .. I ",r, 1!c
,,'
Open SAM. to 7 P.M. '7287 W. Beaver on SR 18 to the Bradford High School at 2:30: : c J ,{ .' .

Cribbs Campers Monday-Friday Jacksonville! 388-4621 School where all t< (\ I p.m. The morning route will ,.. .....- ---.:. ,,'- :. .. A ,. ; .-:
be unloaded.. The bus then be reversed. Mrs. Ger- I > \ .
.
Million '
Del-Key Onmyars 8 AM. to 6 P.M.Saturday TROPICAL FISH I ceed East on SR 18 I lVt Z :. "t.
and Wednesday & ,f"
I _
Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAIDAQUARIUMS up all students In the .' ,. ,,. '
I area proceeding on SR I ', ';a I' -. .- .--.--...- -
Skamper Convertibles MOTORS & CYCLES I the junction with SR C '

4949 Standing Blvd. ceeding to pick up all L- b4 TOTAL SAVINGS \ j

Trade*- Bank Financing Jacksonville: '771-8244 Complete Aquarium Supplies in the Sampson City %: : ., ,t J' .<' ,'. ';.!; '. i 1' :.
tV '
64O8 San Juan Ave. i bus will then proceed \ :J \1.1 ,. ,)
Fish All Species, 3' .
Imported :
Jacksonville 388-9348 SR 229 to US 301 ..' fcllMillion 1 ,:. "' .", g..:. '
CALL OR COME BYMon.Sat. .,.-.t..' r .."7;. ,
North on US 301 to I :
:
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg' I :MUSIC 10 a.m. to 8 pm Elementary and to ::::: r r .

Sunday 2 to 6 p-m. High School, arriving : : ,

Chain Paulus Music Co. We Order Any Ftsh Available a.m. The bus will I ,
943 S. Ednewood Are. '. .
Saw Sa1esnOlI"LITE parked at the bus! .. "i ;
< Jacksonville\ 388-9404 afternoon route will r .:
Band: & String Instruments Starke .' Charley ... ... 'i l' .
Elementary
Makln\ Chain Saws Gibson! Guitars & Amplifiers WESTERN STORE . .
Money .
School Supplies): -Instruction proceed to Bradford I -u, I> .fr 5,4&: ', } .... '. If t''
ALES & SKKVICK ;
School leaving, E. $500.000.00:
Roberta Recorders
LITTLE DUDE ,
.
All Makes
Parts and
Repairs School at 2:30: .
pm. : .
.
:Music Library--Kxpert '
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Toro i Yazoo Power Mowers\ verse the morning r '
Rt. 21 Middlsburg 282-505O Repair Department Western Store driver of bus No. 11 Johns .; ," .T' ..... .. '.'., '
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41 ,,-. Monroe St. "Where You'll Find Everything ; Lloyd Barry '._ ;. J:..'<. t'Ii IiL

ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 355-8447 For the Hors Route No. 2 Mill \ \. ,' 1_ "r, ..-i'1' I ". '
.'
i the Dadon Church oJ '
Enthusiast"!,: I I ', '
3310 Beach Blvd. .
Peavy Brothers Western Clothing Leather- proceed to pick up all about this question: '
this road and : --
I on
'Electric Co. Jocksonvtlte 398-3091 goods. Saddles and Trailer SR 18 thence Wert.to '64 Jan '65 ) "'65 : '66 '.' 't 66Ailis .*JJ i
Charles & Sharon Petty er Jr. High School I I "It's good to know that a : *July.. "r July... ... Jan.: .,.July! -J" ....* l
902 So. Edgewood Ave. Homeowner Policy will
BLECTRIC MOTORS I oil students. The I OI'EN AN ACCOUNT OR ADD
MUSICInstruments\ Jarkvomille 381-UtI I value -
!' II full 'replacement
pay GROW WITH US
8Dl6Servlced..RepalredoeneratorsStarters: .I then 'travel empty on
TO YOUR PRESENT ONE TODAY!
WELL DRILLING i commencing) 'picking rather than 'depreci' .
Alterations dents in the Ney ated value' on a residenceloss. -
MARVIN KAY'SMusic
Rewinding tion, thence to SR Save "0..
: Armature PARTRIDGEWell :!. Does the home own Systematically "
4044 Lenox Ave. CenterFender West on SR 100 to 'er lose this full loss pro !fII.

Jacksonville: 387-2528:\ Drilling Co. Store. Turn around tection if he does not I ei

Gretsoh & Vox Guitars ceed Rot on. SR 100 to maintain his insurance toUt Savings and Loan Association ... .......
COVERING i .Jtt Starke I II
FLOOR I unloading
I tfliy School and least 80) per cent "
Band Instruments I .
;. looking r Ludwig, Sutherland. Roger* Complete Klectrlc Water I High Softool arriving ,'ulue7.' I : ) OF ST ARKE ((4 ., :. "
IN. '. Systems ford High School-at : I j ., ,..to'
lettercarpeltt.ft .I 'Drum inRIOATIOV : This bus ulll then be Charley E. Johns : 218 North Temple Are -:- Phone 964-0500 j

Rentals & on ALL FH% FINANCING I at the bus I burn. The ,
visit Repairs
!?Ph mal'd 6860 Hyde Grove Av*. I route wttl I \begin at : Agency

I t 400 :StAIN ST.Jackflunvill I JacksonvilleCull Elementary School! I 41/2 Per Cent QUARTERLY AnticiPated Dividend

HOGAN..d.enle'C'r 3V1-00.15: I'ollfK-t 389-1439 Bradford: High School, 131: S. Walnut St.

Bradford High School I'llONK( 9fi 1-0201: t ,
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Al-0. 26. lin! '
R.nrowf t'4)I'N'1', rrLFuitAri. HTAHKE.! PUtRJD\ P.\Oli IYtt


Colored Citizens wards Loop Rd.1 Proceed on i
News I I SR 100A to US 301. Proceed ,!I

North on US 301 to Starke

GREATER ALLEN:' CHAPEL Elementary School and Bradford i

Will observe Queen of Day I High/ School and thento '

Sunday Aug. 28 starting Southslde Elementary
with Sunday School at 10 School This bus will then be .
o'clock. Supt. Mrs. F Deles- natke.1' at t the bus barn

tre In charge Miss Audrey THIS BUS WILL BE A

M. Griffin will speak at 11 SHUTTLE BUS TO AND

o'clock. Mrs. Maurice White ,, MOM SOUTHSIDE ELE-
will speak at 3 pm. | MENTARY SCHOOL. The
The candidates for the afternoon route will! begin at

crowning of Queen of Day Southsidi Elementary Schoolat
are Mrs. Audrey M. Gibson: 2:20: p. m. I Edward's Loop
Mas. E. Thonrpkln, Mrs Flos- load included! and leave
sie Mitchell Mrs. Bessie Bradford high School at

Lee. Mrs. A. Searcy and Mrs. !i 2:30: p, m. The morning TRANSITIONAL DRESSCLEARANCE
F. Delestre. route will be reversed. The

Everyone Is invited, to I I driver of bus No. 30 will be

come out and take part with | Mr, Willie! Williams.! ;
Route No. 18 will! begin, on
us Rev. L. A. Sampson s
pas- ....- ... ..............,...'......'.. ... ..... ... ....... SR 100A IGrlffls
tor. Sis. Susan Oriffln. """" "I- r1'[; "" "' : :: IIII:!: .J"1"7 1I.w"T..: ;. ..'{"''N! ...:& .o.jUI &:'' 'I Loop) 1'i

Register now and vote September I I The 19(1(1( ( edit Ion of the Fighting TonnuliMlire. : Front foul :Smith, Wayne Blunkcnnlilp, and Until ,'oiu-li.. Hasid miles East of SR 100. Proceed Good selection of transitional dresses In

13 for Carl Hurst ,>'row (I-r) Co-dipt.. Roger.. I'hlNoii, it\lil Shannon. ItunclyJoyniT. Hurse.Hack. East' on graded road 1
--I mile going North V h mile cotton and dacron and cotton in
Co-dipt. Jim 4iod\vin. Sandy SuiitliTson! F.silo l rows Coiwh Tony Griffith Randall I'u
Stunoil and Koniile Tomllnxon.Svronil .. ('....tI..n. Tex Patrick Bill IIt'lot.mly 3ltrtoii.Mlllum point of origin. Proceed Weston junior, misses and half sizes.

301DRIVEIN row.. : C'onch Mike Soxtoii.! Harry Hatcher Ijir- IX>JHT, Paul :\Id..I.. IMcn Ontinn Juhnny Uiirren, J. Itoy'himteen SR 100A to Southside

i I ry Brown, Joey It...'..... \\'ayne >!Sl'Icod! 1.l'lIt..nI..rltull.. ; ( and Johnny \\'e..Uull.. II Elementary School. Unload
Southslde Elementary School


Gridclei s Looking Pretty Good' PR students.100 3 miles Proceed, turn South East on on .

SR 100A, proceed around V2PRICE I 'I
OPEN 7:00: loop to SR 100. Thence I.,.. r. $2S
SHOW TIME: 7:15: North
-r I"" on SR 100 to SouthsideF.lpmentnl'Y
I
"They've all been looking .. : .. I School and thento I aP'ot4lft'
.. ...
.
ADMISSIONAdults pretty good," Bradford High .r" .. .I : Bradford High School, arriving -

75c Students 60c Grid Couch David Hurse said to at 8:15: a. m. This bu
Children Under 12 Free of his 23 aspiring grldclers will then be parked at the
Wednesday after eight days of bus barn. The afternoon
WED., TIIURS., FRI. practice.The I y + ? uI route will begin at Southslde

AUK. 21. 23, 26 Tornadoes went into Ii Elementary School at 2:20p. : ,Itt .1! :l

Double Feature Program pad for the first time Tuesday i I I m. and will deliver all ele- ,1,:: .r.J .tr.Iaytf?;
and will scrimmage under I
mentarv students on Orlffls :"CHARGED'$If4
the lights for the first timetomorrow !
Loop. Then proceed to Bradford -
jams sowar night. Friday. Au. Ai : t ?.
High School for same ON BAOIW OPTION
26, at 7.30."They .
GaRNeR POifiER gust
1 all reported. in fine 4 ( route. The driver of bus No ; :"",.CHAlot ruP'k'
|UlHItSBr$. ?, physical condition. Were' aheadof -7r 13 will be Mrs. Marjorie ; :

ThieLATDiaBLQ 1 last year's team at this Wade
conditioning Route No. 19 will begin at
time as far as physical -
ecu*ir ntiuxr"**jurtfl MUSI*
i IS concerned," Conch the intersection of SR 100
Hurse says. During the 10 daysHurseandhia ixt 1 South and Forsyth Road
o
Plus sldrtel'e roaming Proceed 3'/4! miles South on
-
the North Florida all-star Forsyth Road and return A

.." team co-captains Roger Chil- rkiactJt7JSr North on SR 100 to South- PERMANENT PRESTGIRLSJ
Nat aLiO WOOD 1 on and Jim Godwin workedthe side Elementary School and t ti

boys out every day. Bradford HlKh School. Sec-
CHniStDPHBPpLummep; "They were In shape when ond route will! begin on US DRESSESVibrant

i practice began" Hur"e saki."We 301 North at City limits and
IN inSiDe A PAKIILA MULLIGAN PKODUCTION I were able to do so much ryMtlY1LYh Ilid ;&; : pick uo students on East lane

I more the first week; we already litti. to SR 233 fMorgan's Road],
DaiSY CLOver have all offense and new colors and smart n.Ji
our
I I :Strl\lntf for pi'rfwtl. the Tornadoes run through sash play again and uguln.By Turn around and pick up

!I defense The veterans in. are doing a the time the first. K'"""" roll around lit a month It'll 'HV
SAT. AUG. 27 ONLY good job and the entire IIn.c'' run a thoiiHan
t |1 is doing exceptionally well ,! This will then be
bus
parked -
" _
3 LEWIS HITS Hurse wild. I II |I practice :Monday. AuCoaches of the JV team are shirt waists, solids, stripes and prints
I Wayne McLeod is improving gust 29. They will report to the Chuck 'Mason: Tommylal1oy,1: I 301 Thence South on US 301 ito j at the bus barn. The

'f 1 "JERRY'S NUUIT""PARDNERS" I I at quarterback but he has along (I Held house at 4 p. m. for once-: i I and Wainey An'Kinson. i I RJE: High School and afternnon route will begin af -this is truly a great group. Sizes
Bradford HlKh School at 2:30p. :
a-day drills I Bradford High School arriving -
coaches ,
to ,
say
way go I bus1 I II m. Proceed to Southslde 314.
Larry Brown the Negro end, at 8:15: a. m. This
I I
I will be parked at the bustbarn. I Elementary School and deliver -
i i out for football the first timei
Plu Dry Run Set AFTERNOON SHUTTLE BUS I THIS BUS WILL, BE A students on Forsvth
i I \\ right in the middle of \ ,
I
I TO SOUTH3IDE ELEMENTARY
I II
Road. Return to Starke Elementary 1rs
( 1 this week SHUTTLE: BU3 FROM: RJE :
every scrimmage On Bus Routes I II \ SCHOOL. This bus!I School and Bradford -
and Is looking gno will' be the \
then parked at
High School leaving
JJ'ra<<.tlt.o I FORD HIGH SCHOOL. The : $3
i I bus barn. The afternoon
\ Bradford High School a'I
The Junior varsity gridoorn.ninth 'Continued( From Page Four I afternoon route will be re-I i
route will begin! at 2:30: m.
p. i : )
and tenth graders will versed. The driver of bus No.students
i be parked at the bus barn. at South&lde Elementary 14 will be Albert Tyson. I
i The afternoon route will begin -I School and proceed to Starke Route No. 17 will begin at driver of bus No. 8 will be
at Starke Elementary Elementary School and Bradford the County line on SR 230. Mrs. Ida Brown. r r.
I Io. FLORIDATHEATRE School then to Bradford Hl' h School leaving Proceed East on SR 230 to Route No. 20 Melrose
Bradford High School at 2:30p. : I I
High School leaving; Bradford Colley Rd. turn left to Wllj agreement on SR 21. The
'Sigs m. The morning route will driver of bat No. 26 will be 1"II
High School at 2:30: p. of'I'I son Road, then East on Wilson -,
be reversed. The driver
m. The morning route will be I Road to dead end. Bunyon Kelly.
bus No. 33 will! be Mrs. Wini- Pro-I!
re\ersed. The driver of bus I
ceed West to southslde Ele-
l
net > y Showtime \Wekdays 7 No. 31 will be James Waters. fred Qrecn. 'mentary and unload South- THE; RIGHT .rOTNT, for th. '0 (
--
Route iso. 16 will! begin on ) 1j j:
write. Come in and
Route 15 will
.. 1 No. begin on tilElementary School stu- war van
3:00
Sunday Saturday /
graded road at Marklee Star- graded road:) at Pleasant! dents, proceed to Bradford I! mlert yriur lavoilte ESTERnnr .

"'ed., Thurs.. Fri., Sat. llrms'. Return to graded road I Drove Church and proceed i'!I| High School. Proceed Weston ,OK founwlu pen. TELl..
South 1''t miles turn East East: to SR 16. thence North'on SR 100 to SR 100A I Ed GRAI'li.
; 26 27
SUN.. :MON.. TUES. August 21. 25, fit I miles South la miles SR 16, to migrant labor l .

Aug. 28, 29!), :30CONTINUOUS East 1 mile/!, turn around and camp. Rrturn on SR 16 to
RJE Hlijh School. Second '
A hilarious tl'avelVC'st two miles.
t 1 I rCPuUB' PRICES! romantic Northwest 1'a miles. West 1 l'oute111 proceed North on
and then US 301 to :33 225. Proceed:
misadventure! mile South to SR
East on SR 22to,: Thomp-
PD 18. Proceed to Starke Elementary -

v INTACT UNCUT!! SN61( Bradford at 8:15: High School a. m School tins then arriving BUS to- kins graded High Store rond School Turn to and Anderson West proceedSouth Jr on ''I'' Mold ? Mildew ? Smelly ? NEVER !

r on paved road to US
WILL BE A MORNING AND
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{ f LT ROBIN The meet Board at 10'00 of o'clock County on Commissioners September 6th of to Bradford hear any Countywill com- No cotton felts no moisture-retentive obsolete fillers !

,
CRUSOE pin int* on the following amended budgets-

AMKM: >KJ> UUJMiUr,;

V.5.111.lla Estimated,,, Expenses! SInking Fund Bradford CountyFor

ewe Che CmC&mmandmmts the Fiscal Year Finding: September 30th, IDfitt

Last, Vear. Thin Year

VANS Interest $22,058.25:\

__ Commission and Expense 50.00 ---- ALONE amurestg

nl COMUHWHTS I Total Appropriations ;
.acu [sr-TIE .... 22,100.23
HSIpr' 8R'dR''AIIIR- eaANN II"CIHlO/) II' DlII\"\ +a1calaa WALT DLSNEY9 Reserve for cash balance to be carried forward 42,150.96
.. _._. .
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..
-_".x---RRMRKaOf- -- ...ea.' "h i8/Nl '
( ,(yw TOTAL, BUDGET $ !,257.21

AMENDED: ':: IH'IMJKT
I Silver Label Extra Firm
WEI, THURS., FRI. Estimate; of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County
SUN., :MON., TUES.
Aug. 31-Sept. I, 2 I Sinking Fund .
August 2$, 29!), 30 For the fiscal year ending September 30, 19fiOThM -'. ,,, This mattress is sheer sleeping luxury in

Double Feature ProgramaTtdthas Let. Year. Sear -" t' .. ;, ..4-,{, .t'- :,,,,, every sense of the word. The beautiful
floral "Puff-Quilted" to foam on
Accrued Interest $ 1,470.42: 1., -." s -S- S l '" both sIdes for unsurpassed smoothness and
Capitalized Interest Requirement 68,108.75 aM 4 -- ."; *" w luxurious sleeping comfort. Malone has
JtJ 'k >. C *TiA- ,,, L- -
Total Estimated Receipts 67,139.17LeIlS \ .. t v -
j? t; covered the entire spring unit, on both
5 per cent 3,381.96 t-L sides with a resilient layer of foam that

95 per cent of Estimated Receipts 61,257.21 ''t 4, 1 (1 cL ..,. .,, ia guaranteed to be comfortable and fresh
xAR 1 l .lS ... .. -. -3 ''_ -l for and
I II -- 1 Z f ,,,, ... years years.
Total Estimated Receipts and BnlnnrpiAMBNDEI $34,257.21 tUt $ ,

it (;: ) BfUOKT
1 ) .
) I Estimate of Revenues! and Receipts Bradford' County

Courthouse Construction Fund 4995

For the fiscal year ending September 30, 1966

Last Year Tlilt Year
2 r ..1rAax.MAerdnr.rsel WED., THURS., nUt rs.i"
,M;M Sale of Revenue Bonds 903,83125Interest e :
Aug. 31Sept.. 1, 2 r .
on Bank Account 24,513.91
Mattress or Box Spring
Total Estimated Receipts r'M'
928,375.16LeSf
Plus, WAY-OUT r' / 5 per cent 46,418.75 'w Foam Rubber or Innerspring Twin or Full

95 cent of Estimated Receipts 881,956.41
YOUTH... per 1 Silver Label Super King Size 1999S set ,
EdWIrcl SmaD
SEARCHING r '
...... Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 881,956.41;; AtONr r"- ATTFlSSS

1obBi'a' i ra FOR A ) Joo.IIF.U(::.; HUIMiRT r
DENMARK FURNITURE
WAY DUTiMARSHAllNAIFV 1 Estimated Expenses Bradford Courthouse CountyFor Construction Fund -


ner : '. the fiscal year ending September 30th, 1966 961.1324

.autar. Last Year .Thin Year 131 W. CALL STREET PHONE t
'
.OnDO Courthouse Construction $500,000.00Cash

ILllbalrtp Balance 381,956.41 __ Makers of the Famous SPRING AIR BACK SUPPORTER MattressTIiURsn.V. _

r Total Appropriation. $881,956.41
i EastmanCOLOR
lITtDums I
1g- : t"t"I

I j jA ,[ Total Budget $381,956.41 ,





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I Is But Bradford Is The Rainfall Down ANT CAMP th" underpinned"f I Chnptcr, unilcr, .it''.:i ut lhprovlalonn .-<>.

Money Tight,, Beating Squeeze I When army ants bivouac at Laws will rmlitii'r of Florliln.with Arm the Clerk uf 1MI! ot I

Below 1 Inch
night each ant clings to a the Circuit Court, In and fniBradford 1'

jyiUle the nation as a here. Mizell stated. but per limited. savings Institutionswill to halt inflation and the private use. date In that moat of our I, neighbor
whole la feeling the result of, sons who are good: risks can pick their investments: continually rising cost of Other factors also contribute izena nave and ,bank at rlt.// Rainfall in Bradford Coun- with their thens of thousands nutkn the flitltluuH name uf

t HJe, U. S. governments "tight still obtain a loan. I more carefully just as a I living. To curb inflation the to the lack of funds Naturally we all benefit much ty averaged .77 Inches, lowest I of bodies. The mass of bodies, WALT HI-LM-K CHRVKOL.KT: ,
hanging from a vine or log to INC. rtbHBAIA1WIN CIIKV-:
money" policy Bradford I Interest rates have risen! Housewife chooses more care \ government has trimmed its available for home loans. more when you save and bank in quite a while. according the makes IIDUKT. 1NV" I'. 8. .IUI' Ninth,

County Is riding the top of several times In the past few' fully when her grocery dollar own spending in many areas For instance with fewer at home It's just common I to the Florida Forest aafe ground.for the a snug I Stark, KloililuM. .

toe wave. months. however. Prime': is cut. and has encouraged peopleto dollars available In the sense and it's convenient. too." Service. camp queen. A. Dii Idu I In, pri'Nldi' I,

Bradford residents are still I rates now are seven per cent I In sharp contrast to the Invest in government market there Is greater com open The funds going Into our I' The, Louis Hill Tower at 108 N Walnut Ml Stark, <'. Florida -

depositing money In all the or higher Loan rates were local area the home building bonds and securities. This !petition for the. savings dollar banks, he says end up as Lawtey had 1.70 Inches, tops I ,
J.lril of Au-
thin : "lay
for last week. The New River \IO''U''J Of FvTiTIO5 TOIIKtllSTIOIt Dated
tocal banks and the forced when savings Insti- Industry in Gainesville action comes through the wages In purchased: materials, '
up from all financial Insti Tower recorded .9 inches and : /riT10lM; I4 >A>IWNotice gust A. 1) 1UOO lit HuirkcBradford ,
divings and loan Association. tutions had to pay higher only 30 miles away. has been Federal Reserve Board. tutions. durable goods, profits ne.w 11 hereby given thai County Florida., "
the Santa Fe Tower .70.
thereby making It possible intere.st: rates to attract sa v- at a virtual stand-still. Contractors Heavy spending has con- houses to grace Bradford
People are also spendingmore No fires were reported lastweek. -
ffr these Institutions to keep are reducing sub- tinued In some areas however County. loans tor facilitate ---
ings.Housing money today both on real estate transac't.lons. etc. There have been 27 for-
starts the the size of their In federal >
making "good" loans. over stantially mainly the
consumer and durable goods. As est fires to date this year .
long remain
'"It's not nearly as badflere nation in July plunged! to the work force. It has been said government's War on Poverty They eat more different high loans as will savings remain avail compared to 70 In 1965: over ANNOUNCINGThe -

as elsewhere. that's the lowest annual rate since the there that general builders and in the Viet Nam kinds of the same Acres burn-
food at higher able to those with good credit period.
thing to remember." B. of the recession In to "Lock their War. Of
says depths are going up prices than ever before. They IMlzell emphasizes. ed this year total 67.7 com- Opening
JJ.: [LEudi I Mizell Jr.. president 1960. but Mizell points out: 'shops' and call it quits." But there are Just so many buy more cars and television ( pared to 431.0 over the same

of the First Federal Savings "Our trading area. however Why Is Money Tight dollars just !like any other sets etc. They take more Interest rates but on have loans have period In, 1065.Florida's ERNEST GREEN'S

.& Loan Association. has not had it quite so The major reason for the commodity. and when moneyIs trips.! They spend more for increased so earn forest fire record
ings on savings. One Is the
tin fact. July was a big bad. We've felt It. but not limited amount of money j' taken off the open market pleasure eating out down< 37 per cent over last
more. '
cause of the other. The cur-
month for all three j jInstitutions like some areas even as close- available stems from the via bonds or securities purchased etc. year presumably because of
rent Is the
"price" of
In Siarice. The 'Iv. _IU_ :_:1n.4n_ __ _mil"un.,.., federal governments efforts less Is available for money the steady rains and wet AUTO BODYAnd
Further. other investment result of the Inflation that
savings and loan association I "New construction has ground' for the first six
opportunities. such as securities besets us.
Had the second largest savIngs slowed somewhat, real estate months of this year was one
cones may open and the seed lands and high grade The "tight money" climate the best according to Welding WorksIn
month in Its history I sales have been slightly curtailed Teachers Go I of ever
corporate and tax exempt may prevail for' several monthsor 1
tflth $205,000 in new savings but few good loan applications will escape. State Forester C. H Coulter.
"We're interested only In bonds are attracting great longer before it gets better Hampton Fla.
to $241.- have been delayedfor ,
:Deceived compared I
Back To Work SLASH pine cones." the For- amounts of money In some Mizell predicts. I
000 in July. 1965. very long.
!!
ster emphasized. "So persons areas. Interest rates on these "However, If things continuein A Savings Bond registeredIn GAS AND ELECTRIC WELDING

The new savings enabled I I The marginal borrower. on Bradford County 184 school collecting should learn to recognize types of Investments are the these coming months as In I co-owner form becomesthe AN YWI1 ERE-ANYTIM E
the association to make a the other hand will have a
began slash pines before entering highest In history. the past few months. those of sole and absolute prop-
teachers and principals I
back-log of ]loans that hid difficult time in obtaining a preparation Monday for the woods or they may But President Mlzell states: us In this' area 'will not sufferas erty of the surviving co- P. O. Box 150 Hampton, Fla.

piled up. Money Is tighter loan. With money somewhatHow the 19S6-67 school term I end up with a bag full ofnothing. "We In this trading area, I I much as folks in other parts | owner In the event of the ,

I which 6. ." ; repeat, have been fortunate to of the country" ne _ys. death of the owner. I
opens September I I I If anyone would t like to earn I II __ m__ _
There are 12 more teachers -
I some extra dollars gathering
employed this year than last.I
slush he should
pine cones
ToGuard Supt. Tom Casey said. and ,' .et: '
___ p contact his closest collection\ ;
the county is still short three I point for details. .

teachers. An exceptional education -I I The Florida Forest Service

; -c-----\: Your Instructor is needed,i uses special machines to extract

ValuablePapers at Southslde an Industrialarts the seed from the cones. ;Sr: Tlo'l Ifrjp.i(

instructor at Bradford I Each bushel of cones will "

High. and a seventh and yield three-fourths of a pound. ..-m .'" '. :''''', .,"',4 .,t. ,",,. P"H {f:4"'hW. .
eighth science teacher at One pound of slash pine seed ( A
Lawtey Junior High. : has! about 13.000 seeds which

I will produce about 6,000-7,000 -
24> words'" 'or lew.*. one Insertion Memorials, Resolution, etc. Display Ads In Classified. Section:
Pine Cones :. useable tree seedlings.
: The valuable papers you accumulate in Last year the three Florida (minimum charge) -------------- 1.00 Per \ord ___......_..______________ ..03Cards "1.50 per Inch-flrat Insertion.

: life-birth certificates, marriage/ certificates To Be PurchasedBy Forest Service nurseries! pro- tt not paid In advance _.________ 1.33

wills. mortgage/ / records and countless Forest ServiceThe duced and sold. at cost. moret Keyed. ..'coded or blind ml* of Thank: Up to 50 word $1,25 per Inch after first Insertion.

: other legal and personal] papersall t.' 67 million sedlings for (minimum charge) ______________ 1,25 (minimum charge) _________. -__? 2.50

could be destroyed beyond recognition/ by Florida Forest Service I planting. by Florida landowners. Karh; additional word over 20._____ .03: Over 50 words: per word__________ .05;

fire could be lost or stolen. announced today that it will r
purchase pine cones from area I
And then there are priceless personal articles collectors beginning September [Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS INSURANCE I BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

many with great sentimental val. 2. Call the Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I AT REDUCED RATES I MOBILE HOME: BOOK before buying arlJ'I I
AUTO FIRE, BOAT other
ue such as family photographs, school According to J. Frank! Lee "KEYSTONE"George 710 Lemon St. Palatka encyclopedia. M.

and college/ mementoes. and diplomas District Forester at Lake Furniture Repaired I DOYLE E. CONNFJRINSURANCE Must sacrifice 10 wide Payne your local representative -

postage/ stamp, and currency collections, City the state forestry agency ay !jGWt E. LaRue Upholstered & Refinished : AGENCY Mobile Home located on since 1966. Box 626.
tfchg Phone
not to mention stocks and bonds. will pay $1.25 per bushel Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILT I!, North side of Lake Bedford 964-6792. tfcna

There is only one SURE protection for mature unopened. slash IS FIREPROOF1I Consultant For All Your New Innerspringsand just off S.R. 100. Myers Power Tool

pine cones. Insurance: Needs This home is extra clean
store every important personal and legal Harley's Garage and Doyle's Box Springs MARY QARTERPAINTS

paper, every sentimental memento, every Farm Supply in Starke Albert Representing Drop Us A Card or Call and has several extras Area Headquarters For

valuable piece of jewelry where it Thomas Hampton and Waters Greatmertean Ins. Co. FALATKA EA 5-9166 will finance for responsible Lawnmowem Power Tool

CAN NOT be damaged, lost or stolen- Grocery, Lawtey, will serve as I The Travelers Ins. Co. MRS. PEGGY SMALLER person. Can Pumps McCtillorh it. Water Chain Hawn
SystemS
secure in our safety deposit vaults. the local collection points.. Tel. 473-4692 Day 209 E. Adkins St. be seen this weekend. Briggs & Stratton Engine
The Forest Service will extract 473-4325 Mites ,
Protect the things insurance cannot replace Starke, Agent Lois or Tate Powell, Jr. Rentals Sale* Service '
the seed from the cones Auto fire Home Business
for only a few cents a day. Comein for use In its reforestation I L Monthly Payment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line 230 N.E.: 16th Ava.

now and rent your very own safety deposit program.Lee built to order. Machine work. ofPAINTS No. 381Reduced I GaIn MvUl. 378-3411

box.1I0IE advises collectors to follow ONE STOPMASONRY Boat Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES Attractive 2 bedroom tfcn$.

I logging operations for I Brown's' Repair Shop Rt. 1, home situated on 4 acre
in SERVICE FOR RENT--2 and 3 bedroom
collecting.
: OWNED-HOME: OPERATED case l Box 363 Starke [Klnnsley tract, :2 acres tillable and 2 I II
Also furnished and
lf they don't do that. they houses. unfurnished -
____ Lake. tfchg For All acres pines. Fenced storage
Ready MIx all sizes Concrete Purposes
climb trees to dislodge apartments and du
may w I
The Community State BankOF the unopened cones" he said. I M..... 2J Safe Precast Block Lint-Is.) aril Everything type: Sand; WANTED Rural acreage. for bulldln quick. sale.Reduced to $7000 plex. 524 N. Cherry St. Phone

The cones should be collected OooJ location for homes. VINYL I 969-3325. Hehir
Hen mars One. But i fireproof building necessary for concrete masonry No. 424Kingsley
In a burlup sack. with one can act as an incinerator for its construrtlcn.n Buford Mitchell P. O. Bax: Lake lake front HAY FOR SALE. Phone 969. !1
STARKE bushel to the sack. Do not contents during fire. And contents 1 238. Pl! 9B9-3281 tfchg UpholsteringMaterial

will meet
any price on summer home 4 rooms, bath. | 3434. tfchg! j
use plastic. Do not stack the include records! Loss of
MEMBER: F. D. I. C. paper all material. within Mrad- ALL, TYPES of lAwn mowers large enclosed screen porch. \
vital records-the main 43
them so they reason
bag! Spread I ford County AND STILL FOR SALE: 1957 Ford. good (
Bath and boat houses priv- I'I'I
wont heat otherwise the out of 100 firms never reopen after afire and saws machine sharpened.
up MAINTAIN I second
-can put you out of business.A QUALITY. --OUvln Johns, 332 N. Water Values To $10.00 ate dock. Call for terms and car or fishing! car. Call i I.
Meilmk B Label safe will give ; Ph. 9641441. tfchg/ 984-9085 after 5:30: or 961M51 !
you Underwriters' Laboratories BRADFORDENGINEERING price.STROUT REALTY dally. tf chg! ,
certified firs protection. Think it over. I <: CO. FOR RENT -Lovely 2 $3 YARD
story
Then in, 2117 N. Temple Ave. LABORERS WANTEDPer- .:
KEEP A YOUNG AND PROGRESSIVE drop Ph. 964-2521 Starke home of Kingsley Lake. 4 IU. S. 301] I manent position. All company

Bradford I bedrooms 1V4 bath. Available' KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor I Phone 9ft-3491.! Starke ben.eftts.linlmum:: stRrtlngrate
COME OUT TO THE OLD Sept 1 to June. 1. $175 per mo. I !
r MAN IN OFFICE Trading Post and browse Call Gainesville, FR 2-2793. sale. Write or call V. Q I REGISTER NOW FOR FALL,[ $1.40. Ages 18 to 45. Apply ,

County round. You will find a-I 5tchg 8 25: |I McCoy Jr.. P. O. Drawer 114 I ADULT CLASSES. Starting Southern Wood! PreservingCo.

you can't afford to miss I or phone 376-7290. date September 6. Course! to .. Baldwin Fla. 8 am. to

general run of furniture, dcctrio FOR SALE 3 bedroom CB ville. Fla oalnes.// run 18 weeks each, Mondays i i 4:30: p.m. 2tchg 91i

Telegraph appliances sinks water house, with carport, Pinehaven I I through Thursdays. Write Local I
pumps!, wash pots tools ra- Subdivision. Small equity and I REGISTER NOW FOR FALl. Director Drawer 100, i I OFFICE SPACE for rent or

dhos. refrigerators. hubcaps low monthly payments.! Telephone ADULT CLASSES. Starting I Starke Fla. 32091 Indicating I lease Davis Hotel Bldg.! New-
964-5151: date 6. ly renovated and ready for :
boats. also' metal roofing lumber day -- night September Courses to courses wanted. 6tchg 9/1
windows just about any- : 964-6001. 4tp 8 IS run IS' weeks each, Mondays I occupancy. Reasonable. Call I

thing you are looking for. We through Thursdays. Write Local MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN 964-5391. 4tchg 9/8

buy. sell and trade. 2a< miles I FOR SALE 300 gal. fuel and \Director. Drawer 100. i has several open : I

Vote For! Re-Elect 12 Wides north of Staxke on 301. Leonard I forage 'tank $35 Ph. 9691752. Starke. FlA. 32091. indicating I ings. Also day care available.
and Ruby Grlffts.I Ned Coleman. Orlffls Loop. 8'25I courses. wanted. fitchg 9/1 ot chg 9'8 IMMEDIATE

CustomIade: 'I FOR SALE OR RENT with I SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME | WAITRESS WANTED applyIn FOR RENT2 'bedroom fur OPENINGS FORASSEMBLY. t,

For Florida Living option, to buy 3 bedroom CB I 98 year old, national person! at Garden RetauI nished house; also 3 bedroom

house, screened porch fenced advertised concern has open- rnnt. ffchg unfurnished house. Within
easy :
I
Get :More In Starke. No Investment I .
back yard. hardwood floors. Ing walking distance to shopping !
YOU 1372 necessary. Write C. R. Ruble A. C. SLADE I licensed plumber OPERATORS,
For Your $ Blandirvg St. Pay owner center. Call 964-2521. tfchg.
$ I small equity and assume $60 I Watkins Products, Inc.. Dept. ,: cabinet maker. Baker TESTERS I ,

No Salaried or Corn- monthly payment. Contact :. 8-4 P. O. Box No. 2117. Memphis -.I Bradford and. Clay County. Housing !Shortage' In Starke INSPECTORS f

missioned James C. Saunders. 2201 Hull I Tenn. 38102 Phone 289-4191 Maxville Let me help with a 7 room
Employees I Rd. Kinston. N. C. Phone 523. 2tp 8/19 9'1 [ tfchg'\ house for $8. OO: a 2 bedroom High school graduate with nM- i:
I ..ham Ira!. electrical or electronic I'
DAD&HRADLARSENLIKE I 5813. tfchg frame house on paved highway -
627: N. Walnut Street I FURNISHED APARTMENT experience. Military trainIng -
TO WORK Three bed room frame dwellIng for rent. 400 S. Water St. Ph. for J6.50O: a 3 bedroom !' experience:: will be conultlered. l.,
HOUSEWIVES NEED MONEY house for $8,800; 3 bedroom j
for rent. Adults' preferred I 964-7692. 4tchg 91 .
YOU Benefit! I to help your family bud I no pets. $60.00 per month. A. house $10.250; 2 bedroom furnished ,I ,
get. Avon needs you to service 964- !SINOER AUTOMATIC: house J9.00O; 3 bedroom >
J. Realtor, Tel.
Carl Hurst Thomas
customers. Write. : Mrs.' Ovlda 5701. CONSOLE :MODEL 2 bath house $17,000: or MACHINE r

All Sizes on Display Sweat P. O. Box 687 Live I Sewing machine Zig Zags I a 30 acre farm with 3 bed OPERATORS, '

8-10-12 Wides Oak. Fla. FOR SALE -- 1965: Manatee[ | blind stitches buttonholes room house 20000. Now lathe MACHINISTRecent \

1 I'/' Baths House Trailer. 56x12 very decorates etc. Original price time to.' buy, tomorrow j
TIRE SAVER Wheel ro'j
: -
alignment '
clean. air condition and.' furnished $300. Has a balance, of $68. may be too late. A. J. Thomas, experience with

:: I urn taking tills opportunity to ,Millclt your vote and .support fur my re-rlrctlon. and Expandables removes vibration.. \hlm- washing machine. or reliable party In this area Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. chlne .h"p tooN. Making precision '- :
my excessive tire ..wear adds parts. Vocational o
Can be Bessent :
Terms. $2.
seen on can assume weekly pay
p. to your City C'uum-U Group 5. comfort, saves dollars and trade .school ,
FOR SALE- Metal lathe Atlas machine training
New Rd. Write :Miry: II. Powell.Box ments. Will take older machine
., and Used may even be worth your life. 10 in. x: 42 In. bed with ulll be considered..
Flu, 2trhar H'23 1 Phone Collect
Starke. in trade.
During the .Mjeurt| I lm\e ..re,1
'I bent of my ability, enileaorlrg, to .*..1'\... jou, the people of Starke In an efficient 8Yr. financing available precision equipment takes just HOUSE 7 acres for sale owner Jacksonville credit! manager.VI11! 353-1948. Ask deliver for I I 3 wheel Craftsman$225. $Band 33. Gravely saw- HIGH i HATESEXCEI.UNT

and economical niannrr, and uluuys carrying out the duties of my office at the minutes. Be sure, before you leaving. :Must: sell. Just out, t 8/28 1 I tractor with rotary plow ; BENEFITS
no obligation. 2tchg/
: business. uhUli It !.*.-Jour I business. Use Our Rental-Pur- drive another mile--stop In or of city limits near paved rOAd. I :I| $125. Roto-Tiller $40. Outboard .
Dully lnterslewq 8 A.M.: to
chase Plan-Payments phone. FIRESTONE. I' Call 964-1324 for Information.Can FOR SALE1959 Chevrolet'1 motor 2 hp Elgin $30. Call 5 P.M. .
Not only hate' I uorkrtl with the rltl/.ens of Sturke Mho needed assistance l of Under $30 Per Month be seen now! 2tp 9'1 ,, 1 lis ton truck-rebuilt engine;( I! 969-1832. ItehgI '

: tile City Council In one manner or another, but wlso 'with civic rgan1zatlon. hu-lud- FREE CHECKUP Holiday good tires. with\ or withoutvan 'i SPERRYElectronic
the ; .. '1111. and Recreation to the of Special! Before you make that AIR CONDITIONER For Sale body, will take trade. iI I I KINGSLEY LAKE COTTAGE 1 i
; Ing iurdeii ( Department helping promote beauty I
size .
holiday trip bring your car In -Bedroom !good con'I.I-1 Whltennck. B84-0173' Up for rent. Sept. thru May. Ph. Tithe DMslonSperry 1 '
.. the town an well as helping to provide recreation for our young people. NOWMobile for a free checkup. Safety tion quite. Sacrifice $ I 533-2711 ltchg Rand Corporation. ,
wheel takes 961-7461.& itpFENNELL'S P.L"lTL"UVORI< wanted-- Gainesville) Fla.
balancing only
: I feel that mj sl yeur.record ((3: yearn an chairman of the council) Hpeak, for 'minutes and makes you trip I! |VH _________lIMBIM ____________H_ ________ 'I I, any size Job 1 room or whole $50 REWARD for return An ,! '
equal
Itself. In that I hate tried, to carry out the duties of my office tut you would have : house. Call 984-0173. Itp of opportunity
BARGAIN: CENTER
more comfortable Wheel
Home Site worry-free i Barrow and ((2)) hand Employer.
me to d.... I hate no. hesitancy In offering. myself for re-election as I humbly ask and saves driving: dollars In II Furniture new shipments PARTLY TRAINED Deed trucks moved from Lee's -

: you to 'hee" the. .nix years. I hate 1iCr\.d l you and then decide ttho ran best dene AVAILABLE tire wear. might even save I weekly. New bedroom Hounds for sale. Merrill Grlf- Drive In. J. D. Odom Jr. Itchg

: you for tile next, two )ear on your City Council. Full Lake Privileges your life. Stop now at FIRE- suites at $89.:5O with choice of fls. Grlffls Loop 969-3461. Itp I II COOK WAITRESS Filling I :

Homestead Exempt- STONE. colors. Can be financed. Nice. FOR RENT- Nicely furnish- Station attendant wanted. Apply I''
: It I.. ni>' Mention tu. we vuch of )"". personally before the election. but In the Financing line of used appliances guaranteed : FOR RENT Kingsley Lake I ed 2 bedroom house. No in person B &: O Truck 4

; event I fall to Bee you please don't hold. It against! me. I will appreciate jour vote 1 WRITTEN REPORT furnished to work. Anything In furnished home 2 bedrooms children babies accepted.petsor Stop. tfchg ,,I ,
and : on the condition the way of furniture than. can connecting garage pier and I Phone '
active nuuport. of your 961-4321. '
Lake Geneva I brakes with a free checkup be used in 'the home. boathouse. Available Sept 3 to lip FOR RENTT Furnished a-

: Thank you.VOTE1. 1 at FIRESTONE. It could save I June 1. Carl Johns 964-4201 I partment. Lake privileges. Female -

Sincerely\ you a jail sentence In event of HOUSE for rent-unfurn- 'or 533-2381. tfchg KINGSLEY LIKE: school teacher or couple
: Very nice two bed preferred. $75 $80 Utilities
Trailer Sales 1 i' room home or reap.
an accident. Come In for your ished. 2 bedrooms large yard. \
CARL HURST
FOR SALE SO'xlO' Cran- with dock and boat house for furnished. Call 473-3056
free brake 250 N. St.
-checkup--soon.UHAUL Bay tfchg 1
brook Mobile Home, 2 bed- 1 rent furnished September 1 to Keystone Heights. tfchg
: } \\R and RE-ELECT CARL HURST-Group 5 On Route 100 One Mile SB I | room. W,6, 'xH5' lot. $600 following June 1, 110.00 per
Keystone llelpht TRUCKS and Trail- i iI WANTED -will share .
month.
expen- | down assume payments of This house
may also HELP WANTED
iPrt Pol A<1v ) Open Sun. & Evening | era Rental Service. Bush's sea In good car to Wilson or $54 98 per month. Approx be bought at a reasonable whowant -young men
to air-
,i\ fjulf aprv1., N Temple Ave.I Rocky Mount, N. C Exchange I I H2 SOO bounce Ph S33-2784. price. A. J. Thomas, Realtor. I conditioning business.learn the Call

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1 0 j T OR AN UfcBAtfPRO&RAM ty these riding days about you the can coun-see pests..55

the first signs of a change In A fisherman told us last

the seasons in patches of red! week he was on a trip downat

Let's Hove Some Action--Register To Vote! REP4WAL & or yellow leaves on various California Swamp and the

bushes, trees and vines, anda deer flies got ao bad he ran

slowing down of the grow- back to the car and rolled UP

Invariably if one spends any timein tion only slightly less important be- STARKB th rate of almost all vegetation the windows to escape them

the City of Starke, he'll not be cause two members of the council The change brought on That made the files so mad
\ by the shorter hours of daylight the I said) that they stung the
long in the other
hearing one man or carry a lot of weight on any decision, 1
out of the tires.
Is almost Imperceptible da.\lUht-s
/
complain about the operation of the especially when only one more vote
Into the trunk com-
but It Is there to see. then got
town. He'll most likely squawk to a would be the majority. e By Sam McGarvey partment and polished off

friend about the high electric rates, Voters are reminded before nearly fecfM JOn Berry growers need no the spare fire as dessert.

or maybe he'll gripe about the proposed every election to register and exercise such sign to tell them of the protected cattle from grubs .

$6.' OOOO bond issue to expand the their privilege. We don't want to belabor approach of the settingoutseason and Insects and thus were We hear that plans are
number of things. and most of them progressing: satisfactorily for
power plant, or any the point but on Saturday, Au- beneficial.
are preparing land for thecounty's the connection of SampsonRowellCio&bv -
The point we want to make is that gust 27, at noon the city's registra- most reliable lakes to forma
he'll have a chance to do something tion books will close. money And we've heard that the
crop. Big problem In the bU recreational area. It
1 about it 13 if he's northern part of the county
on September -
About 2,200 persons are registeredto lowland areas is the high sounds like a good Idea as
Is to be sprayed by air next
( registered to vote! Right now there vote now, and only 1,500 or so will water table due to the abnormally then a fisherman could put a
month in to kill
.fit, are 800 persons in the city who could actually turn out. The entire complexof heavy rains, and off Infestations an attempt of! the Imported boat in one of the lakes and

',(I'' vote if they only were registered. the election could be changed by those ,growers are waiting for fire ant According toreports then have access to a much
election the fields to dry out so they larger number of fishing
{ That's enough to swing any ;
those 800 potential voters, if they this rascal Ls a foreigner -
ran work the land with trac- places,
',. Its as many votes as some candidates take the time and effort to registerand I tors. and not to be confused .

will get.Three. vote. ( with our native biting
council seats were up forgrabs ant. We don't know which We've an unwelcome guestin
It's a time for action, not words. Back when the work was the form of a squirrel who
one Is worse but we've been
"off election but
in this year" ,
done mules. It ,
by was! possible has apparently moved In and
Remember, have only two days bitten many times by our
did not draw you
veteran Orie Wiggins an
to get Into a boggy field made a nest in the upper
opponent. But that makes the elec left to register. (earlier because old Mr. Jug- comer native ants Is anything and If this like new-that part of our home. We've had

I! head was a partner In the we know why they're spray- other people who complainedof
work and he knew when the the !problem. who asked
Ing air.
by
It{ Setting A Good Example field was too wet to work what to do about It At the

"I. .r and let his opinion be knownby time we said we didn't know

...',. various ways. But the and vie still don't But we'll
't 1 Streamlining the school's transpor- It was not easy to eliminate six jobs.It ".' tractor has no such sense And speaking of bites, start a campaign to run off

'1 consolidating routes will not be to refuse to allow ,J. and (If directed will waddle some deer flies have already the bushy tailed rascal.
tation system by easy ". :.'
r,. showed up at our place, and
right Into hole and
U and cutting the number of buses from some children who live within the two bogged down.a get wait at the doorways for .

26 to 20 was an excellent example of mile limit to ride the buses next year. i ;+r+'t Sam to emerge so they can
\ will still be allowed to ride if take The rascal has been livingon
They
good government. The Bradford Board a nip of his Iron-poor
the buses See where the white egrets blood. Were told that out In the )pecans on our place
) of Public Instruction saved the people are not full but many will r : w and that
bad enough,
was
"' be loaded to capacity when or "cattle birds" as they are the woods the deer flies get
they
without are
of Bradford County $18,000 but now that he's taken to
called, arc suspected! of carrying so thick at times that If you
reducing the efficiency of the bus sys- that close to a school. diseases This Ls a new swung a tin bucket around storing the: nuts In our home,
tem.fi The new revised routes actually cut almost always we think that's rubbing It Ina
13th thought, as we'd your head a few times. you'd
September
In past years the county's school 265; miles per day from the total mile- supposed that the birds fill It up; with the blood- little too much.

i buses:,\ have duplicated routes some age driven by all 20 buses. Total bus

H have been nearly empty when they mileage under the old system was 675 -- .. ...

unloaded, and some have been too old miles compared to only 410 miles ..''I '. '<(\

f for efficient service.. One was 26 years with the 20 streamlined routes. '. "
old Action taken by the School Boardon NEWS And NOTES Fran

> Maintenance: costs on the older buses the bus routes can certainly be I For Today's Homemakers .
termed a good administrative decision. !
\\ere high ; so were insurance rates.
Drivers took the buses home between It is the kind of elimination of waste By Martha Sue McCain'
that is sorely needed in our county
trips and overnight instead:' of using:' 1
and city governments. County Extension
private .
transportation.By )
The increased efficiency offers the home Economics Agent "f.
following the recommendationof
same service at less cost ; the $18,000can
the State -
Department of Educationthe
be used for something else. :
School Board will save on insur- Protect Wonlemt Against. Indicated by brownish-red or
The
> ance maintenance saving may also have preventedan insects brown color on the cheek of
operation costs
increase in taxes. It was one of And Sunburned fruit Is
Its getting that time the fruit.
and will not have to pay the salary of the big factors that enabled the School of year again. Directions for usually poor In color and flavor .
six
drivers. And the increased safety Board to hold-the-line on its huge protecting stored woolen Growth cracks, unless well

from newer buses to the youngsters $1.3 million operating budget. against clothes moths and healed are an invitation to

of Bradford County has also to be Let's have more of this type of carpet beteles are given In a decay organisms. I M
I counted new eight page bulletin avail- You'll Love .Hum Kuchrn
economy. able at our office. Fresh plums, plentiful
The bulletin contains latent throughout August are de.Uahtful -
I recommendations for moth- for eating out-of-hand,
I Preparing For Future GrowthI proofing woolens, Including: or combined !In a host of baked
rugs and for preparing storage dishes.
I containers and closets for Fresh. Plum KU'hen
i I U. S. Commerce Department reports Household :2 I unsifted flour 3
t greater number of smaller lots. For storage. pests are cups ;
|I' show that Florida is growing at a not only would each site carry a higher described and illustrated for teaspoons baking powder; V4

",Jrate/ that could double its population tax base, but the total community easy Identification. teaspoon salt; 2 tablespoons
!"by 1985.; Housekeepingsuggestions sugar; 6 tablespoons butter;
f
would be less burden to local depart- that can help minimize insect 1 beaten egg; 2.3 cups milk
LLi Other reports foretell faster OUT OF THE PAST
even ments of health tire, and police pro- problems> anAl precautions for 4 cups plums cut In eights
: [growth, such as the industry shift tection, and other services. use of mothproofing agents in t2 to 2 and one-half' pounds) ;

study showing two Florida cities The third step is the obvious one: the home alao are given. 2 tablespoons melted or soft Quite{ a contrast twtwern the Bradford, County Fair building shown In tills |1'1'.11120!> photograph and the

'among the nation's six most success- between countiesfor To protect rugs and carpets butter; three-fourths cup sugar pN.sent ('omIt.on/ U.S. 301 that. In aiming tilt finest county fair fatuities. In the Ntute.. This photograph wait

'ful in gaining new industries.All cooperative planning spray with 5 per cent DJT ; ; 1 teaspoon cinnamon.In taken .before the county wax divided, rend' the scene U believed to base. been In Lake flutter, now the county
key road systems to link the state- oil solution every 12 to a bowl combine flour
signs point toward a population wide network. 18 months. Read the label baking powder salt and two .wut of I'nlon County, Man In foreground/ holding/ up copy of (the I'lorldn TlmeH-T'nlon, .It the lute. Avery

[explosion in the Sunshine State during carefully and always follow ,tablespoons sugar. Mix until row ell, who was a one-time Bradford, County newsman and .later the well-known p.rriigruplier". : on tho FloridaTlnie
Bradford County should begin now
the next decade. directions for safe use of In. well blended. Cut In 6 tablespoons "-t'nlon.
Growth in this section of Florida to prepare itself! for this future growthby eectlcldea. Use 1'%;' to 2 quartsof butter until the mixture -

will be somewhat slower than in others implementing its! zoning law which spray on a 9 by 12 rug. resembles coarse crumbs
was passed by the State Legislature With wall-to-wal! carpeting, Combine egg with milk and
that have stronger appeal to tourists, several but has never been spray well around edges of stir Into the flour mixture until in Bradford County owning and Lawtey about Feb 10. subsistence gardens if the
ago,
years "
retired people and investors but, EATING PEA SEED Some clients eat all the seed
: up
dozen chickensor
made effective by the creation of a carpets and under heavy pieces blended. FROM OUR a.s many a.s a
I being a part of Florida, we are boundto of furniture. Beetles and Spread' < in a greased: baking other kinds of poultry, as Bradford County relief he a. ked.
come in for our share of this phe- county zoning board or commission.The : moths prefer to feed in the pun, (about 8x12 Inches). Arrange FILES well as those owning livestock clients have good appetites Strawberry Marketing

nomenal growth. County Commission: has beenso undisturbed areas. plums In rows overlapping 0 may apply to H C. which sometimes extend to Agreement provided, tor

i I If we expect to preserve the good involved in other issues for many If you have a heavy or slightly; press Into the Wall CWA Administrator. eating seeds that are furnished uniform packing and grading
months that it has seemed reluctantand widespread problem with carpet dough. Spread 2 tablespoons : to them for the purpose -
things about living in Florida and Staike, for wheat feed. Two of fruit and the limitation of
i beetles it Is advisable to melted or soft butter evenlyover of garden cultivation
'i: pave the for the era of luxury hesitant to move into this un- carloads of this wheat. Two shipments: when considered
way get the services of a reputable the plums Sprinkle the [JANUARY 19311) according to the state direc-
",living that is predicted for tomorrow, chartered area of county zoning. pest control nrm. They top with three-fourths cup RAPID PROGRESS ON latest gift from the government tor of rural rehabilitation. I advisable by the Control

we must take three positive steps to- But sooner or later the issue must have the equipment and know sugar mixed with cinnamon. CITY HALL MADE BY CWA i will arrive In Starke I "How can we have home Committee.

l -' be faced squarely, and past experiencehas how to do a thorough job. Bake in hot oven 400 degreesfor Work Is progressing rapidly
day.First After spraying with Insecticide about 30 minutes. Yields \
every county in Florida proven that the sooner this is any on erection of the new city
alow (Sweet that
always 9 plums
carpets servings.
should institute a program of periodic done, the better it will be for all con and rugs to dry thoroughly are Juicy but firm, are best hall as a project under thel

" i'1 land-use studies on how best to use cerned. Thousands of dollars would before moving furniture backIn for making kuchen.) CWA. Other building projectsIn

{the land available for community have been saved for the county on place. This prevents excessive the county, such as the

,. growth. These studies should includeja right-of-way costs alone in recent matting or crushing of Two Phase \ addition to the county courthouse

close look at the economics of each years if a zoning code had been in ef- the pile. Furniture with meta\ and to the school! Order Standard
Starke, Lawtey
buildings at
casters
gliders
tipped legs or
"use" decision, its effect on net in'I fect providing proper setbacks for all may leave rust spots If put Season Set and Hampton have not started -

'I come, tax revenue neighborhood suitability construction along major highways. on a moist carpet. A copy of yet. Projects! approved In to

; and surrounding area growth. Instead of that, people were allowedto this new bulletin is available On WaterfowlFlorida this county to date total heating oil now

i* Next-zoning laws should be tail- build any Kind of structure, prac- upon your request by phone 19191342.

/ ] ored to the needs" of our predicted urban tically in the roadbed and then the mall or visit to the Extension hunters will again An allotment of 40001 I

growth especially in dense areas county had to buy them back at a Home Economics ,Fresh Office. have a two 'phase season for pounds of butter was received I\? insure your family'slicomfort

[ where accelerated expansion affects premium price when the time came Check quality of Plum"l ducks geese and coots during at the CWA office here'
To be certain that
both county and urban zoning. Such to widen its highways.The getting fuU value for your 1966-67. this! weeK and will be distributed -,
The first phase will open Saturday to workers! i this winter!
I complementary zoning could a long due for should know the
go time Is long past com- money you one-half hour before sunrise, and to families In the county |
way in eliminating the traditional ing to grips with this! matter of coun- signs of quality in fresh November 24 and continue receiving direct( relief. Approximately -

city-limit clusters! of undesirable: ty zoning and it is to be hoped that plums. with four days of hunting 4,000 pounds' of''
Plums of good quality are
( growth. the Commission! will take the neces- plump, clean fresh In appearance through November 27. The salt pork was received last
By the token plan for minimum second phase will open one- week:, most (of which was
same a sary steps to appoint its zoning commission fully colored for the variety -
I ,,: lot sizes should be established. and be prepared for our shareof and soft enough to yieldto half-hour before sunrise, December distributed to workers last I f '

; And if based on "use" studies, these the growth that is expected to slight pressure. Some va- January 3 8.and continue through Saturday. and householders I Cold weather's coming! Nowa the tf mo to order Stan:

larger lot subdivisions would rieties are fully ripe when the Farmers Oil and rest assured about family'
J actually double Florida's present population by I Daily shooting hours will dard Heating your
produce more tax revenue than a 1985. color to yellowish green others be from one-half hour before I I warmth this winter. Standard Heating Oil gives more
!i when! orange-red In color, and I '
$, still others when their color i sunrise to sunset. |I for the selcrtlon of tho tarn heat for your money yet costs no morel For heating oil and

i.. Is purplish-blue or almost I The daily bag: limit on phase season! IK to take full for unmatched service call your Standard Oil Agent-a local
black. A pleasing aroma indicates ducks other than mergansers advantage of the latest pos-
s 9.3i 4 full ripeness of some Is four and may not Include sible hunting datuH allowed! by man who knows your needs and can serve them quickly.

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH varieties more than,: (al) two wood the US Fish and Wildlife Wa take teller eon ofY"r.r1'm fart
Immature fruit does not rip- ducks;
ACTIVE ESTABLISHED 1879 en satisfactorily and Is hardor Dally bag limit for geese will traditional Thanksgiving hunt

N MEwBER, InOSa shriveled with poor color be two. Dally bag for coots at ,the opening of the scnion The Standard man delivers [STANDARD
0 v1 E. L. MATTHIWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISH and flavor. Overmature fruitIs will be ten with a total PO"ston In order to achieve both goalsIt

C> 1488 FLORIDA'' OLDEST WCIKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY generally soft and often limit of 20. Is necessary to split the OIL

gTION UNDER/ THE SAME MASTHEAD. leaky. It Is subject to decay According to W. B. Copeland lIell on. The closer dates will
and may have insipid flavor. Chairman Game and
coincide wtlh n time when the
Presence of moisture Fresh Water Fish Commis-
or K. G. DUNCAN AGENT
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED Am. SECOND CLASS MATTER AT TMC stained containers Is usually sion this Is I the second time moon is full. The hunting ditea ,

POST OFFICE, : AT $TAIIK[:. FLA. UNDCK: ACT OP, MARCH !. ISTIN .. evidence of some form of InJury Florida has selected a split are during a dark phase
soft breakdown or de hunting, season for migratory and generally considered the STARKE FLA.
THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR 13.50 - SIX MONTHS 12.OO cay. Sunburn, which sometimes waterfowl. 1 I best time for waterfowl hunt- T llrartC2lMOlmJGBRADFORD : -
OUTSsIDK '1KADK! AKKA. ONBJ YEAR! $4.0O - six: MONTHS 12.25: in*.
affects In '
plums generally OopeJ.ind wild, "The reason I I
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home one: day this week. Gold Head -

Glad to hear that everyone C. J. O'Connor 1 1I
KEYSTONE had such a good time at the Park Proves NEWS NOTESBy Horse Slier w Winners Announced

Fireman's Ball on Saturday
I Popular In JulyGold Helen Kgan: Dies SuddenlyIn
evening. The music was super Unfortunately the resultsof I the Grooming Class, Jack Walk and Trot Only Equlta-'

HIGHLIGHTSBy and so was the enter- Head Branch State GainesvilleMr the Horse Show competi- Phillips of Palatka. was the tlon. Pee Wee Gillian of

tainment. Park near Keystone Heights COMMUNITY: CHURCHDr. tion reached us just 24 hours winner. Third event. Lead Gainesville placed third In

Mary Schaeffer Mr. Fred:! Hartmann of was visited by 34.370 persons and Mrs. A. C. Holt, late for last week's Issue. so Line, was won by Barbara Western Reining AOHA -

Phone 473-1127 Wilmington, Delaware arrived during July according to the were back in Keystone C. J. O'Connorbetterknown we will now give that report.In i O'Brlan of Keystone Heights. Rules event. Patsy Brown or

In Keystone Heights to Florida Board of Parks. Heights for the past weekend. as "Pete" O'Connor- the first event the Kathy Henderson of Key- Jacksonville placed first In

join his wife Mary Lu, and Magnolia Lake State Park The occasion was to officiateat died suddenly on Tuesday Trail Class Linda O'Brlan of stone Heights won first placeIn the English pleasure event '

COME: MEET THE Harold L. Sutton of Key- hs five children who have also near Keystone, was visIted the marriage of a granddaughter afternoon August 16, whileon Ocala. In the second:! event, the Pony Class and In the Linda: Mahaffey of Gaines-

TEACHERSOn stone Heights. Paternal been visiting this month with by 17.556.A and a niece in the golf course In Gaines- : vllle was first In the Palo- )

Friday evening. August grandparents are General Mary Lu's father Mr. Herb total of 996.610 persons Jacksonville on August 19. ville. This was a great shockto mino Pleasure event. Linda ;

26, tljere will be a reception and Mrs. Philip Kromer of Nelson on Lakevlew Drive visited all the state's parksIn His son. Dr. David A. Holt his many friends in Key- -yyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyy'INDIAN don't you !think you owe this O'Brlan of Ocala came back I

for the Keystone Heights Melrose. The Hartmann family planto July. an eight per cent Increase assisted his father In !the stone Heights, for up until a man a bit "of time, pencil to win first place again in ;

school teachers for the 1966- ATTENTION TV FANS leave on Monday. August over July. 1965. marriage ceremonies, of Miss year ago the O'Connors were BEACHLake and paper? His address Is Western Pleasure event. In .

6,7, term at City Hall. This is On Monday afternoon. August 29, for the drive back to Wil- Sally Kathleen Holt a residents of our town, and Airman 1 C C. M. Pardee: A. another English Pleasun-

a very nice custom which 29. Keystoners will be mington.Mr. Mr. O'Connor was most active F 14847924: 8th A. P. F. Box) event Debbie Butler off
daughter of Mr. and:! Mrs.
Santa Fe
started in our town during. Interested in watching the Hartmann has the Dnrringrer-English, Mrs. Mary Albert Ackerly Holt In the In church and civic af- ( ) 27: A, P.O.; San Francisco Gainesville placed] first.

as, we recall the regime of Mike Douglas Show. Charlie rather busy Job of being City BarrlnRer-Math and Science, First Presbyterian Church of fairs.He Mr. Jack F. Miller. !Sr.! California, 96307. So now. Gary Carter of Ocala|

Mr, Cherry. At that time. It and Kitty McGlave and their Editor for two daily Wilmington :Mrs.: Cynthia EhrhardtSixthGrade which Dr. Holt was a pastorfor Is survived by his PLEASE make yourself get placed first In the Open 3-

WM mainly for the purpose two; daughters as well as newspapers. The Mrs. Carol Gleason many years. The mar- father, Maurice O'Connor of AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBoy. busy.On Gaited Championship, and

of Introducing the new their Pennsylvania relatives Morning News, and the Evening English ansi Journalism, Mrs. riage of the niece was Miss Sarasota: his widow Sylvia we Just had a duzzyof Tuesday, we hit the Patty Brown of Jacksonville!

teachers. But since our school will be singled out of the : Record.On Patricia Montgomery English Linda Carole Forsythe and two daughters Nancy and an electrical storm out Jack: pot for special company. placed first In Equitation

and our faculty has grown audience for a quickie Inter- Sunday evening, the ( and Spanish, (Mrs. Joyce Raymond B. Perkins. On Sara Loa and a son William our way, so we hope things Harvey Tanner r fa Starke Championship. Linda O'l

so.., most folks don't even view. The show was taped in Hartmanns and Mr. Nelson Reeves6th Grade, Mrs. Nan- Sunday, August 21st Dr. David all of Gainesville. Also have settled down to normalfor boy] going to school In Murray Brian once more placed firs!

know the "old" teachers!II! Philadelphia last month and were dinner guests of11': cy Wallace Second Grade Holt preached In the new another son Stephen of San you all and us too, by Ky. and his father-in- In the Western Stock: Sea
Principal Benson will Introduce Kitty says that according to and Mrs Charles Garber of and Mrs. Anne Williams- Sanctuary. Juan P. Rico. A brother. law. W. C. Thornell of Columbus event. Dr. Donald M. Christ

the teachers as well TV Guide Monday will be Nelson's Point.'VYVVVYyVVvVyvyyy. Second Grade. Sunday, August 28 Dr. Or- Maurice, lives In Arlington. now.Mr.. and:! Mrs. Munn Nor- Ga. came over and offers of Keystone Height)
as ,all of the .elected public The second Sunday In Sep- Vn.. and a sister. Mrs. Marcia fished with Jack. The trio
the day it will be shown in va Lee Ice Temple Terrace wood of Miami have spent placed first In Roadster t ti
officials to the assembly. So tember (ill) there will be a Sanner lives In Daytona returned with fisher-
our area. Community Church Temple several days visiting here typical Elke event. Pee Wee Glllll,
If you dont know your publi' HERE 'N THEREOn Fellowship and covered dish Terrace. Fla. will be the guest Beach. with Mr. Norwood's brother. men's luck, tho. Later In the again placed first In the Ba!|
at the Melrose Methodist
officials or the faculty of Sunday Aug. 14 Mr. MELROSE 1 supper Church for members and preacher.. Dr. Ice has Funeral services were heldon Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood. day, our cousin, Dewey !Mur- 'oon Race. He also was tli
school this Is your Thursday, Aug. 18 at the rhee and Rev. Spencer of
your
and Mrs. Bill Simeral had a their frlendi. Just bring a favorite preached previous summersin Mickey Gaunt, who lives winner In the Barrel Rae
chance. We recall thRt in number of guests at their By Sally Rothhammer dish of yours with a the old church. and was Holy Trinity Episcopal In the Norwood's lakeside: Graham dropped in for a Gall Christoffers of Keystone
1954. when we first moved to Church In Gainesville, and:! short visit: promised to return -
home on Lake Brooklyn. friend and enjoy a supper with helpful In his conferringwith apartment, was pleasantly Heights placed first I
Keystone Heights there wer< burial was In the Arlington when could stay
They were Bill's cousins. &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI lots of friends. church leaders In the entertained on Saturday Au- they the Open Fine Barnes

only' four teachers at our Mls Betty Lee Manley of Duplicate bridge winners last I Happy birthday to Peppynnd : planning for the new church Nations Cemetery. guest 20. It being the occas- and fish and you can rest! event, and In the Engllsi

school. And just to prove we Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. week: :Mrs.: B. A. Allen, Mrs. Clyde RothhAmmer this His church In Temple Ter- ion of :Mickey's rand abso- assured that we are looking Pleasure Championship. To

have a good memory they Stan Mintz and two childrenof :J. P. Foster first place. Second week. Their cousin Barbara race was recently built under, lutely unbelleveablel seven- forward to a future visit with ny Braseale of Gainesvlll

were Miss Oertrude Houser. Miami and Mr. Al Simi- place- '(Mrs.:: B. W. Hardy. Wesley, has returned home after his pastorate. Pa.. friends whom had tieth birthday. Whitey and one of our favorite people. olaced first in the Wester
who was principal, and Miss one of Orange Springs Fla. Mrs. F. T. Hogue. Third place a few weeks visit with the BAZAAR WORK SHOP DAY they Carey Eland brought over a Well as my tongue Is a Pleasure Championship, am
not in
Emma Kate Mansfield, Mrs This past Sunday. :Mr. and -:Mrs.: Francis Pyle. :Miss Bes- Rothhammer's. Eddie has returned & EXECUTIVE] BOARD Mrs.seen 25 years. Mr. and birthday cake. Mickey. the little short this week. I will Larry Bouron of Oalnesvllli
Fred Jrauser have a
Susie Oornto. and Mr. Hub Mrs. Lewis LeBlanc and two sie Rutherford. Fourth place home after several :MEETING Elands, the Munn Norwoodsand close: for now so my goor" was first in the Open 5

ert Kldaught. Of course. children:! of Green Cove --Mrs, Roland D'ranIrs.:: H. weeks in Oklahoma and Colorado Important Notice 9:30a. : where lovely home In St. Petersburg the Tom Norwoods then readers can use their tare Gaited Championship.
there were only four rooms T. Dent. where he visited /with they enjoyed dining celebrated the occasion with measures elsewhere like
Springs. and Miss Dorothy m. August 2fl. All Circle and
visiting. call-
and an auditorium. Crown of Jacksonville, and Boy Scout Troop 109 wenton "some aunts and uncles and chairmen, co-chairmen. SPWIng They then all the trimmings. making these younguns those

FISH FRY ADVANCE Mr. Frank Nichols of Haw- a Nature Hike last Satur- grandparents.Mrs. chairmen church women ed on former Keystoner Jim Word has been received school clothes so we mother KEYSTONE k
Holcin, who live In Mo-
NOTICE Those C. W. Sever and daughter now start vacation
day. (
participating: In Art can our C11Pr.ext
and friends that those gallivanting
thorne were guests of the who are Interested -
The Booster's Club and the Simerals. the five mile hike were: Billy Shirley spent a couple of in the Bazaar and bllehome Park at Zephrys- Wheelers were visiting with Monday morning-Din? Drive-In Theatr'.1
PTA of the Keystone Heights Schoeneman. Brent Baldwin days In Mldilleburu last week vllle. The Habcrstroh's then for
the work of the Church Women George's nephew, Mr. and Pong! Oh. Happy; Day
School will Jointly sponsor a Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox Rudy Dampier, Jim Martin. visiting: with her niece David please plan to attend this- enjoyed the Seaside hospitality Mrs. Curt James of Los Al- you too, mother I FRI., SAT., SUN.
Fish Fry at the public bearh and daughter Jackie, and Ralph Flora. Mark Reed Rich- and Joy Hintitant. and a seafood dinner at August/ 26, 27, 28
ALL Calif., Wednesdayof i
on Friday Sept. 2. The PTA Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tyre and ard Clayton, and Jr. Asst. Mrs. Sever's son", Charles Day fellowship; and exchange the Cedar Key Hotel. Daughter : amltos on FAST GHO"'I'o
week. At the present
last
will use their share of the son Wilson are camping in Scoutmaster, Eddie Rothham- his wife and their two child- of Ideas for the Ba Marcia is still In LaGrange :

profits for new band Instruments the mountains of North Car- ren were house (guests Thursday zaar. It will be an oppor- Ind., with her sister they are on their way back At its present explosive rate.

while the Boosters olina this week. mer.Our deepest sympathy to through Sunday. tunity for non-officers to Nancy and family. She returns home the family expects I earth's population will double

will pay for athletic equip- Mrs. Roy Uesslej] Chas- the Raye family over the Diane Addison spent several meet and hear the planning shortly to enter her thrm to arrive by Saturday. by the year 2000. says Nation- 1he// MR.vClloK.

ment. Tickets will be $1.25 teen returned home from death of Ira Thomas Raye on dnys In Jacksonville visitingher of the Executive Board for Junior year at Keystone August 27. I ay Geographic. By A.D. 2600 I 'I
aunt. the new season. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Voylei each earthling would have less
15.Football
for adults and 75c for children Putnam Memorial HospitalIn I August High School. They had a bit (
Desserts will be extra Palatka on Friday, Aug Roster for :Jlelrose: Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Perryof Mrs. R. A. Gaunt will be Irt of bad news this summer. and Peggy have been enjoying I than a yard of land; by 3600

19, after spending four weeks high this year: Curtis Flowers, Atlanta. Ga. visited with charge of the luncheon, but their 16 year old grandson a visit from the Voyles1 the weight of the earths pop- -TECHNICOLORTo '_
LIONS ENJOY OUTINO John Flowers, :Morgan Granger :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams everyone bring a sandwich.Mrs. Michael Bastion of Montour- son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ulaition would equal that oft
there. We are glad to hear .
The Keystone Heights and Mr. and (Mrs.:: C. P. Perry Charles Wallcnius and Voyles of Charleston S C. ._ ___... 4.06"
Hall
from her husband that she Is Jimmy Larry Harper vllle. Pa. suffered serious Injuries I .u a. LU "D '4'N
Lions and their wives and much improved.Mr. Bill Harris, Pat Harris, this weekend They also at- Mrs. Roy Bridges are work- on a motorbike acci Mr. and Mrs. Randolph I

youngsters enjoyed a plcnic- Andrew Home, Jimmy Ilub- tended the wedding: of Emo- ing hard to complete the Ba- :dent. 250 stitches were required Owens have returned to their
cook-out at the home of former and Mrs. Robert K. gene's brother, Jimmy last after ,If
ner, Greg Huff. Raymond zaar plans. and everyone'ssupport to close the face home In Gainesville amonth's ,
president Frank: Nooneyon Lambing have recently mov- Dell MatolWtt Krnest: weekend. is urged. here at the Co ,
King, ,;; I I wounds which will have to stay
Lake Brooklyn on Sunday ed to our town, from their Moore. Joe MooieS? .ftmmy 0- Don't forget these two dat. 7-9 p. m. August 29 and! undergo plastic surgery turn Rain's cotta<%e. Randolph II Start !i
August 14 Besides eating home on Lambing Road:! loton es: September 8 Promotion ,
'Neal Paul Pei Ka- August 31-Final !session; of ;: has especially enjoved
the're were' swimming boat-I I named for them 1 in Jack- rogers R.ind.ill 1 Eddie Roth- Banquet for the Greater Gainesville the Sdn'ool!' of Religion! TrainIng I However.he Is improving!they are all grateful the lake for he spent manv Your Own

Ing. and canoeing to keep sonvllle. They live on Lake hammer Scott JohnL. Christian Workers j ,
Slpprell Program! will be held. hours feeding the fish from
J.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
the youngsters [of all ages Brooklyn. We hope they v.11 Smith. Walter Sturdivant, School. Wesley Community. Mrs. Rov Watkins, Instructorwill LaCoste enjoyed visit from Ms hands.! He got a group: TreasureChest "
a
,
like our town. Most Jacksonville David Curtis West September 13 District I $
happy. Tomlinson I close the sessions. Mrs. LaCoste's sister and chummed up And petted.! 'c
Workshop for ChristianVOI'k-
BIRTH OF INTEREST folks do. and John. West. The Board of Trustos will niece the Mrs. Alan Mac- I that he had them to where Save '
7:30 to 9:30 First ,
ers : : p.m. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kronvr We missed seeing Adm. An- School will begin August: 29 I Met.hodlst. Gainesville. | meet on Sept. 2nd at 7:30: p. : Cracken of Hudson. Ohio and they would eat Just about s
of Gainesville announce the thony Danis at Church with at 8:25: A.M.:: The first graderswill ANYTHING! "_ 'i
Rev. Poppell's wife. Pat Mrs. Marthena M. MGaw With Us
classes for m.PERSONALS .
birth of their second son his wife Billie on Sunday. only attend I Mr. and :Mrs Dick Hllllarrt
lone hour the first thereafter I Poppell and Cindy Allen, Melissa : also from Hudson. A day or
Kenneth James at the Al- and learned that he was in day at Mrs. James Hassler drove have had their sharp of
Gano spent 11 days two later Mr and Mrs. La-
: all till 3 The
achua County General Hospital the Naval Hospital In Jacksonville !; new teachers day at :Melrose p.m. High Camp Weed at St. Therlsa I I to Fort Lnuderdale last week I Coste and Arthur Barber enJoyed /guests recently. Franres said

: at 3:15: Friday morning. with a couple of Bench nnd will return home to meet :Mr. Hassler who was a southern trip, stopping she thought about this news
; -
A Account
this : :Mrs.: Thelma Allen Open Savings Today,
year
Aug. 19, 1966. Mrs. Kromer Is broken ribs and a sprained 5th grade, :Mrs: Rachel Endgett this Saturday. there on business. He returned I off at Clearwater Beach item as she was under th
the former Nancy Button wrist as a result of an auto 1 Mrs.Vm.. D. Isen- I for a in clothesline hanging out the
J :Music: ''Mrs.:: :Margaret: Mr. and :: one day stay for several davs. Mr. Barber Sine: Regularly Every Payday and
and Mrs. accident. He expects to be weekend Keystone before 18 sheet! A family get-to
daughter of Mr. 1 I Benson -"- first grade James hower's guests last going on to went on to Bokelia Island
I were Mr.\ and Mrs. Lonnia another assignment. He is associated off Fort Myers for a few gether for her mother. Mrs See How The Treasure :Mounts Up

Williamson of Lake City E. I with the Atlantic days stay with former Wash Tom Sweat of Qultman. Ga.:

:M.: Waters of Jacksonville.Mr. Refining Co. of Philadelphia In ton, D. C. friends.: Mr. brought her sister and family Kemember It's Regular Savings

I i :: and, :Mrs. Shelton. VestI I in capacity of marine engineer and Mrs. Ford Campbell.Mrs. from Vero Beach and her
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE berrv of Wayoro, Ga. and Esther Kruegar has brother-in-law and two That Does The Trick So (;Jet The

their grandsons Bill and Tom- I Mrs. Hassler's son. Rodney Just returned from a months nieces! of Thomasvllle, Ga. At Savings Habit Now.
my Isenhower of High Springs.Mr. Bamford is vacationing from visit with relatives and times the HiHHrd's dau<*,-
and Mrs. Bert Chiapplnl's Florida State ter. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
BUSINESS DIRECTORY University. friends In Illinois and Wisconsin. -
I daughter: Juanita Thersl Is at from which he will graduate I I She had a visit with. Royster and four children SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING; NEEDS]
St.
Weed at
Camp in Business Administrationand Joined in the festivities and
her wife and!
and Mr.
son ,
she will be back the
Beach.
Personal Management in helped to make the weeklong \ KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP I PACKAGE STORE :Mrs. Philip :Montgomery of
i 27th.Mr.: and Mrs. Fred Young December. Guests enjoying a Chicago Ill Mr. MontgomeryIs reunion the pleasant

T V Service Center THE BLUE PINES have moved to Gainesville on vacation and occupying the associated with the Telephone affair that It was.! F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights
KEYSTONEBEAUTY guest cottage are Mr. and The anxious parents of
=NE" 10th Place. :Mr: Young will I Co.. and they were
J. n. TIIIES Proprietor Package Store & be attending the University of I I !Mrs Wayne Johnson and I recent visitors to Keystone Airman 1'C Chuck Parrlee "Your Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunrty.

SHOP COCKTAJL LOUNGE I Florida to get his Dr. Degree.Sgt. : I two children, and Miss Kathy Heights. Mrs. Krueger Is a family have received THE ."
MotorolaPhllco Is | MacNamara from Jacksonville letter on Tuesday. It had
Authorized Open 9 A.M.: -12 P. M. Except Floyd V. Humphrey newcomer and resident of
Sales and Service Edith Johnson Owner Sunday home after a tour of VietNam Miss MacNamara is a I White Feather Court. She been nearly 11 weeks slncp I

Service On All Make Dance Every Saturday Night for a few days visit with sister of Mrs. Johnson and. also visited her daughter and they had heard from Chuckle'

TV RADIO STEREO Personal Music of Connie and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. she also attends Florida I family !the Frei Kommers of and small wonder that the''

COLOR TV & Creative The Fireballs L. Arnold. State. She is the fiance of I Western Springs 111. Grandson letter was so long arrlvlnll--
Gary Bliss, of Mr. and Chuckle had! "occasion" to be
son :
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Robert Montgomery and
Hair StylingIndivkiual 4 MILES! EAST OF I .1
I
Keystone Heights, 473-4631 KRYSTONK HEIOHTS!I I i !Mrs. Calvin Martin. He, too wife were visiting In DeKalb. In a combat group that went .

Beauty Care fJ J .J attends Florida State. Ill. while Mrs. Krueger was up Into advanced rounfy

Auto Sales & Service REAL ESTATE Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers Sr. there. He expects to be call- and set up communication .
Eyery Form of Beauty Culture and Mrs. Charles H. Newman.' : ed up for military duty soon. for future use. On the return ; 4 I .

LAKE LOTS Oietchen, Christine and -home mission. due to enemy -
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5; -Baptist < Mrs. Krueger was on the entertainment -
SPRING MOTORSComplete Lake Geneva fSSOO (Terms) First Baptist Rev. J. D Karen Newman have Just returned end of her vac- attack. the plane crashed. -

I Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn $3500 (Terms* : Ralph Cop-1 j I from a visit with Mrs. ation. She entertained a No one was seriously hurt
Service & Parts For I Trailer Lots $500 up (Terms) Bowen pastor; Christoffers' sister, at the proup of fifteen relatives and -only things like Chuckle
473-48453 land organist.
VOLKSWAGEN"it Keystone Height MORTOAOK: BROKER Lawrence R. Bradley homeof friends from Reedsburg.!'; Wisconsin getting several broken ribs
APPRAISAL SKUVICK: Worship services : Sunday Puddln Hill. Tryon. N. C. at her cottage Mirror and picked up a bun while :
It's For A VolkswagenWe Asswlates" ( : 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [nursery
While there all In water waltlror to be
Electrical Sales & ServiceYeoman' they enloyed Lake. Wls. The Royal Shul- lying !
Have It. Mrs. :M.: 473-4816 Wednesday. 7:30
Ilgen, I'YpenJ.! : p. m I
brouaht to a
a performance of Heidi given tis, winter visitors of Spring rescued. HP was
Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4152 Sunday School 0:45: a. m
AJnys Plenty of Good Used by dramatic- students Lake. Fla.. were among the base hospital close to the .
Volkswagens In Stock S.E.McKay, Realtor (nursery open]. Training Un. from various colleges: of the ;I guests. Mr. Shultis is Mrs. rescue area, but has now
Electrical Ion. 6:30: p. m. [nursery open]
284-92091 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I U. S. This summer dramatic Krueger's brother Twenty been transferred to a. hospital

Green Cove Springs Phone 473-4S1: _I"_*_*n lint____In_ plays are all planned by the members of Barboo. Wls. BIble In Saigon. There he has received -
Sales & Service St. Williams-Fr. Edward A. I students themselves.Mr. I I Class were also entertained a commendation for

: ILES4TAIJR.NTSBeidler's I Kirby priest In charl '3. Mrs. and !Mrs Clarence Di- at her cottage. his services' In this mission.
AUTO SERVICE Frigidaire Appliances vls of Silver Lake Crescent At present he !Is recuoeratlnsr
K.: A. Lamm organist. I II and -I Mrs. Daisy Hall has completed -
:Maytagr Washers Holiday Sunday-Mass, 7:30: a. m. | City enjoved a one day : her IoniC sofourn from and Instructing new recruits
KING'S Zenith and Motorola TV Restaurant I Monday Inquiry Class. 7 outing to Ormond and Day- her Keystone Heights home. In some phase!'; of Jungle warfare -

Service Station Slegler Heaters p. m. Novena and Benediction.: tona Beaches. with a noon 'She left last Fall and visited He happily reports that
Under New Ownership I day lunch at resort rest ; he has only three more FEDDERSFLEXIIERMETIC
P. O. Box 168 Melrose 7:30: p. m. a au- her son John Hall In Los
OIL PARKDE3:
USED CARS AT Phone 475-2311 1 ; Angeles for several months. months and seven more days
BARGAIN PRICES I Fine Food :Moderately! Price* -InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity rant.Mr.. and! :Mrs.: Robert Mix Her daughter Mrs. Martha before his anticipated return

OPTi 7 DAYS WEEKLY I Church Dr of So. Wllllamsport, Pa. and:! Larkin from Baltimore Md home and that can be none WHOLE-HOUSE

ELECTRIC NURSERY :, Full Olmiors. Lunches I A. C. Hot minister; Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Frederick visited them and in April I:! too soon for him or his! par-

AND ACETYLENE Ala PIZZA Cartel-Italian PIESUEEU Fond George Canova organist! Cramer of :Montoursvllle.: Pa. both returned to Baltimore.She .I ents! He grumbled a bit tha AIR CONDITIONINGgoes

WELDING O.C.Carnes Nursery I Sunday School 9:30: a. m I were recent guests of Mr snent a month with her' he is not hearing from many
100 Florahome Morning Worship. 11 .. m : 'I of his :ocal friends, so please
Illway 1 Block North of Red Light and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh. son, Thomas In Ashevllle. N. in fast. costs less
.MELKOSE 475-2131 Miles SE of Starke Kr'l''tTO' !' KFTrjHTiaUSED I I (tNursery open both hours] II Mrs. Mix\ and :Mrs. Cramer are I I C. a net then went to Hender-

I sisters and daughters of sonvllle to visit. Her niece
MELROSEAuto Nursery StockThous- CARS i -PresbyterianFaith Gladys and Jack. The highlight -j!i who lives In Washington D. Mrs. LeBlanc's daughter Mrs.1 I FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL
ands of Plants & FruitTret's Presbyterian Church Leonard and
Nutty son
of their visit while here .
C. !
; 1IIsshrgaret. Randolph.
WE HAVE -Rev. J. R. Naale JI. minister i I
to choose from. Nice GOOD and nephew RIChy
was the celebration of Jack'sand and teaches In Gregory
Service Used Cars and Trucks I : Mri. W. A. Wall lice, organist I a County : of
Shade Trees Evergreens Frederick's birthdays. School n suburbs of Washington Rlegler Grosse Polnte. Redfearn Appliances
Richard Jones Prop. & Landscape Plants. All At Saving Prlt'uWe'll : Mrs. Carl wisher, The Haberstroh's took to; was visiting", in Hen- :Mich. :Mrs. LeBlanc entertained

In containers -plant any- Get It For You I I summer organist. the road on the departure of dersonvlle and brought Mrs. her desert foursome
Former: Owner J. L. Motors time. Camellias & azaleas. It We Don't Have It Sunday School. Q.V *. m their children for a short Hall home. : bridge club last week, Members 473-4252

Vernon Buff Garage' Morning Worship. 11 a. m. vacation trip to southwest: Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc are Mrs. James Cook.
Mftcclenny Let do landscaping. Sunday [Nursery open both
Us your Mrs. C. H. Donahoe and, Mrs.
IIW). 100 Keystone HgU j'' hours J Florida. They enjoyed a visit I of Keystone Club Estates enJoyed Arthur Mannerlng. ( KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.I .
ff MELKOSE Phone 684-S66S 473- 4370 with former Wllllamsport a visit of a month from .








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AUG. :ZS. 1968 BRADFORD COUNTY TKI..EORAPII. STARKE. FTORin PAGE NINE

I CORRECTION

In the August 18 Jamie, The
Telegraph failed to note in its SAYE ; 94
Servicemen's. column that Airman qT Over $62,000 in Cash Given AwaV

son of Clifford the Rev.w.Walter Lee :la Lea the \_. .J


ROAD SIDE BOOM:

I-It t are Country booming vegetable despite supermarket stands- PLUS 18 COLOR TELEVISIONS 5 DREAM

,
II competition. The number
of Uuute. reportedly has risen
It 25 per cent In the past decade

Int I TRIPS AND 4 MUSTANGS

VO'I'ICE'

i')' of .the Randal city or F.Klnrke.Chltty KLKCTIOVI. Florida Mayor., OOOSTOaLS Come Down To Winn-Dixie And Play "Lucky Bingo" Today
!to by virtue. of. the authority eaa.+AwvaYw.. ', "n,,,.ate
k vrcted In ma by law dun
Blectlun hereby; pall a First Primary 1 teSlnnntPfa.ToGo..FatCooa. 11\1I' E4L1 OIJANTITY) RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 27THAITES'T
to be held at the Fir
in Station. In the. aforeeald City
i.t., by qualified voter on Tue.- .
of for days the September purpose of 13,Electing 198(1( A. the D., !t"*.. I:::'_a...+..u...' ib' .W :!"'!f ? z ..-.NFm.kA'n..M: : ;' ....w ., 2.MCRACKIN': GOOD JUMBO 12CT. PKGS. TWIN PK. CRACKIN' GOOD Plus 50 free stamp

::8 follow Group Inj Councilman orrirerH;; For Dixie Pies Pot. 59
1 1- Two Group Tear:a'. Counollmun For } REG. 61* COLONIAL, DIXIE CRYSTAL, HERSHEY 5-LB. BAG i : 31./ Chips


I I. Two Two Group. Yeara.Yearn.. 5. Councilman ALSO PotOV LUCKY BINGO : S Limit with t One a $3.01)of()()Your or more Choice 491. J i : Tangos 14-oz. CRACKIN' GOOD MARSHMALLOW 39 I Cheese 6'-4 oz. CRACKIN1 GOOD Plus;i391.WINNERS ;

I of Chapter 19d1l 1 of 85-32S8 the. !Special!LeirlalatureHouie ActS a, r I Foot! Order ?

. BUI 2511 providing thefollowing e o o .
I I 13 Vioz. C'ACKIN' GOOD ROYAL 1 11 I CRACKIN' GOOD Plus 25 free stamps
; I
t A referendum on a Lt>glHla-; i;
Live Act relating to the City| I Grahams 39x Corn 49
.t of Surkc: for urban the'.. rehabilitation renewal; pruvjdlnK : -, REGULAR 47# 24-oz. ASTOR t. ChipsDIXIE ;

clearance of Hum .and and blighted redevelopment.area. In '1 :
the City or "Stark In accordance I DARLING VStamps-1 0 DIXIE DARLING FRUIT FILLED
with urban. renewal Co k 1 0 lei 1 3 9i

V I definingthe, exemption. by the: dutlea'Ity and ,Council planeapproved power llabllltlea .,- LATEST $1,000. WINNERS I- 0 I Ie 0 g !; Plus 25 Free LOAF Plus 25 Free Stampsuns

.
of said city In undertakinguch MRS. B. G. ZIMPFER :
s .. actlvltle.. Including the B d 29; B 39;
r e
.U, power through to the acquire vxercUe property of th. SATELLITE BEACH, FLORIDA, ,. 1 10-oz. ASTOR r U

ll power otherwlae of, to eminent dlpoe. domain of property or- MRS. ROSENA WOOTEN ,

r deemd subject] to any reiitrlctloli VALDOSTA, GEORGIA r NO. I TALL THRIFTY MAIDEVAPORATED .

11 I 5 to future Unite development*lum bond neceHaary. or and blighted or oilier to spread. preventthe .area obll-tit, DAVID A. SAYRE, .i ost. Coffee 99 II MILK 8/5/ .

atlon* and give aecurltythereror. SATELLITE BEACH, FLORIDA 46-oz WELCHADE LOW CAL OR REGULAR GRAPE APPLE-GRAPE i.i.
.
to levy taxes and .- I
.eument and to enter Into MARTINI 1 f
agreements to secure federalaid FRANCES H. $ FRUIT I DRINKS 3/
and comply. with cundltlon JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA REGULAR 29* 2J/2 Cons THRIFTY MAID SLICED or HALVES YELLOW CLING< : .
} Impound In connectiontr I 2t/-ox.PLUMR

urban therewith> renewal; providing agency to for exercise .an- EMMA J. FRANCIS } DEVILED HAM 8

//t; city public determine power interact hereunder it.;.to authorizing be If In aald the ORLANDO, FLORIDA P h 4/$1./ 1 t t' NO. Yt CANS BLUE BAY LIGHT MEAT (REGULAR 3/1.) /'i.i..
e a C e S
laid ervlce;, city, facllitle to furnish and fund prop*, PEARL ZADOFF J TUNA FISH 4/ .
erty In aid therefor by the l I.- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA r
band of obligation, by tax- REGULAR 2/399.' THRIFTY MAID i.i.

r ation or aecurltie otherwise. ,Isnued providingthat andproperties RUTH M. CHIN !: GIANT WHITE OR BLUE ARROW i I CALIF. TOMATOES 6

public .agency while hereunder held by ahall a MAITLAND, FLORIDA : / .
be exempt from taxation; providing REGULAR 219 VAN CAMPS

,r Mr) lnDector Mrs..: for a Ernestine referendum For Sal Denmark Eleotlon MRS.JACKSONVILLE JOHN R., FLORIDA RAMSAY r Detergent 49, J REGULAR 2r39t K.t:: STOKELY BEANS 6/'i.


Kyrtlce, ,.. Dennis. AlbertPotter MRS. BERNICE SCALES .
?I III J K. Hardy Mr .1
Marraret B. William., Joe :; SLICED CARROTS 6/1./
\.\lln>kl. Mr.. Ed Pre\att.,. APOPKA, FLORIDA t '. .
John .\Ilmplon.Jra.. Ethel KaymonJ PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE MEDIUM ; REGULAR 2/25" NO 303 THRIFTY MAID "
Mr Ella Mae Chantern,
I I :\i.,te..> Mr Peggy*. Shatter.Luke Pickering,4Allerri LATEST WINNERS CUB S 1O'
.
.
$100. 00 .
(Alternate Mr $
Roger I>anx-

by Hereunto In Alternate Testimony Subm-rtbt.. ). Whereof My Nanm I MRS. P. M. COWDCNN ANGELINA GEMNAOrlando rr EGGS 2 doz. 1 a :' : -_: : ;;

And, Cause The Seal; Of The .ptun. Beach Florida ., Florida
Said, City To Be Hereunto Affixed J .
.
SARA N. MERRIMAN SELETA SMITH ------------------------- t tJay..h
A.Thle H.The]1966.aril Day firAuor"ol. Georgia Tifton, Georgia T .... .. _. .i -
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I SKA I.) J w.._ T Ti _L ",- .:.. '-0 '!. _.w.a.' EX.-R
RUTH DOOLEY -- 3ib.CANNED I I
MARY ESLICK HORMEL,
RAndal F. rhltly i rill GREEN.. STAMPS_... .
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RANDAL F. CIIITTV MAYOR Jell B.och Florida Orlando Florida REG. 27* 200' KLEENEX WHITE & ASSORT.
ATTEST: REGULAR 6511 QUARTS KRAFT FACIAL .
Merrill Edward MRS. HORACE CHILDERJ RENA N. PARKER : J'7I ONB S.L. CAM ..1
MERrtlU. EDWARDS, CITY Dublin Cmoigia St. Auguttina, Florida j. "" Hormel Ham S a

CLERK 8/4 St 9/1 ORVILLE Coca Beach E. ,SONNETT Florida MRS.Goineiville SIDNEY i Florida FLITCH I Salad I Oil.I 59 I ? Tissue / y:2: : :::: :: ::::2:::__..


-- RALPH PHILPOT D. I. FR.ENCH. JR. REG. 99t 40-or. DEEP SOUTH PEANUT: SOUTHERN BISCUIT PLAIN or SELF-RISING / 1::
\OTirK 01" .JorT.o'li: : Winter Pack, Florid JochMnvilla,'' Florida .or,.
Adam.B* It, Secretary known that of State 1 I. Ton'of J. F. WAGONER PHILLIP S. MILLARD Butter 79. Flour 5 LB. 45' '.(i I $ 99 "'
Florida Orlando, Florida BAG I
the Slat of Florida do hereby Orange City .
.
give notice that a DKNICKAL.KLWTION : H A M 2'
MRS. AUBBREY WADE W. L. DOUGLAS
will be held InBradford TWIN PK. 4Ki-or. ASTOR STUFFED REGULAR 53* 12-o. LYKES LUNCH
,
County state of Florida Waycroi, Georgia Jacksonville i Florida p'
on Tueaday. next MticeedIng -
the firm .Monday In :November ; Olives 69'' Meat 2/89'/
Tueaday, A.bring!>, 1988 the KliillTH the Hall .
, 1966 MUSTANG WINNERS .
DAY OF NOVKMHEIt: |i> fill -
the following offlrealiepreaentatlve : FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF
,
In Cnnfrrfsifor -

Three niatrk't the(3)"Second Jutic'e n f'ongreHHloniit of the Supreme Orlando L. C.,BECK Florid. JocklO"yillaF'oido IDA HARDISON' Fancy Corn 1 O EARS 59Chuck'"I Roast LB. 4 8 ,J.. ;

I Court MRS. B. F. TAYLOR L. A. JORDAN .
Three ((3) Judges of the DIH- Palatka Florida Atlantic Beach, Florida
trlct Court of Appeal f.>r the SWEET JUICY .j'I I
First Appellate UlHtrlcl I U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CLUB OR tJ
Three (CD:I) Circuit Judge of .
the Eighth Judicial. Circuit Bartlett Pears 8/59'/
Secretary Governor! of Slat. DREAM TRIP WINNERS .1 Sirloin 1 Steak LB. 981 f

Attorney OennralComptroller VINE-RIPENED MOUNTAIN C3ROWNTomatoes
M. NEWBERN COMER H. SMITH &
State Superintendent Treasurer of Public In- Cocoa", Florida Orrnond Beach, Florida 2 39' I U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESSELLEN

.1 t ructiunCommlsloner CARTER FRANK WIECZONK 0 LBS '
of AgricultureTwo I
Daytona Beach Florida Savannah, Georgia L
98'
CommlaHloner FioreIda Round Steak
(2)
Public, Service Communion. MRS. RIDELLJackMnvllla U. S. NO. 1 I\ j LB.
State Senator Fifth Senatorslal t
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I State Dlitrlct District Senator Sixth Senatorial Beach, Florida Yellow I l 01'JI' n Ion S 3 LBS. 39 I 1 U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF 1


Slate' Olilrlct Senator, Eighth Senatorial COLOR TV WINNERS THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVOFlS; (!I Short Ribs -38'1(
State Senator Twenty-fifth
Senatorial District JEWEL CAMPBELL ANNIE M. GRANT I .
One ((1)) Member of the Houseef
Two Repreenttlve 12) Membere of the. C.Orlando.K. YEARLEY Florida Cocoa JANE", WALD Florid. ICE I MILK I Y; GAL. 49 ; U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND PLATE fi I kDixiana
Board of County Cummlnlon..r.Th. >
<9) Member of the Gaineevnia. Florida Rockledge, Florida l!
Board of Public Instruction 6-02. Astor "The Real Thing" 8-oz pka Morton Chlcksn. Beef S 28' J
la Teatlmony Whereof I J. RIHEROStarka NITA SHROUD Orange Beef, Turkey Meat '1-lb. pkg. Pan-Redl Breaded t e W LB.
have hereunto net my FloridaZULA Jackionvilla/ FloridaMRS. Juice ,
hand and affixed the ROBERTS JOHN TART 6/l. PI. 5/l. Shrimp. $1.29 j f;
Seal of the State
Great of Florida, at Tallahaaee. : TIHon, GeorjlaWALTER St. Auguirine Florida I )1lb. PKG. SLICED CHEESE LARGE 15-COUNT CRACKIN' GOOD CANNED J?
the Capital" this the Mixed, Vegetables &
M. BROWN POLLY BURFORD
Fifteenth day of August .... CUT CORN Food 49' Biscuits 4/39'/ I
1968 Florida Jocktonvilla. Florid. a. s e. .
TOM ADAMSSECRETARY I Dixiano' Baby Limas &
JOHN HOLMES HAZEL HALL EAT-RITE SLICED SPECIAL
OF STATE Kiuimmea, Florida Satellite Beach, Florida GREEN BEANS 1 / g
8/18 4t 9,9Get Dixiana Speckled Butterbean:& 2 $1 I 39' FilletsPERCH 3 $1
MRS.W.cl SAM_, Florida SNYDER Thomaavilla JIM ,INMAN. Georgia Dixiano BLACKEYE, PEAS for Bologna I LBS7HVRSDAY. .

FAS DOUGHTEN W. L. ALEXANDER .. -- ,
Your Bugs GREEN PEAS .
II ,.
Merritt Island. Florida Orlando Florida K M M
On The G-O-! o .
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Call %-LB. FARLEY'S BUY ONE PKG. : :ri r : rEXTRJ
EX.TR EXTRA L
rf) ORANGE SLICES ESKIMO POPS i I Ps : I EXTRA.4-).!(..GREEN_ STAMPS ::ir I dW GREEN. .STAMPS- I! I dy( GREEN; STAMPS :; I I I .s''$..GREEN.STAMPS 1

,__ ,LORIDA PACK ... ,
GET.
j y. /
I CAN1 "OHT..o SOO C I I ON 22.01 a2' .
& GIANT JELLIES w.EX.TR paUl' NO I .. ,
1
I ., ON. rIL..NITf'
coo eeNAY
TNNIIYY MAID
t 1.
: 1.
J.
EST ONE PKG ESKIMO i: I : .oN LYN.e YIogaNMA' i .oN Pork B Beans i .07/../. Cleanser : N. Tile, Cleaner, 1
3 for $1.00 TWIN POPS FREE! '%::.. I J.-::;'" 000"THIOU .uo 27r. / I 's 0000 r..u .uo a7' :II:::L' 000. T"IOU .UO 37YM
I
'" .GOD T..IOU AYa. 27'H .. ... .. [ .., ... r.
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EXTRA EXTRA I I
964.3965 I d7l. mrm.w GREEN STAMPS,,.w... I I otI'.Mrt..ft! STAMPS- I I .s1!.. '.R.ft STAMPS i I otI-!! GREEN"STAMPS : I dW.GREEN_STAMPS. : : I ; :! I dx, RN_ STAMPS :,
/ t t- ... ONt O 0..eL.. rtlEx.--RA' ON[ 2I.'L..O.
g ON tN* 1. CAN 1 TWO eNO. / : 1.., ON" 2da ;teaA. : .U1 .... Y I I ;: 1. COON OUIN' Ii
CO.r LAND 1." 0" gds .N. O' eA a CNAO.a ( lION Steaks
Cube
For Professional Pest i N". Insect Bomb i ,.._... Franks i .,. Ground Beef I. .0,. Perch Steaks : Cinnamon Rolls" : I I 'a. soon. T""U .uo ten. I
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Control Free 1 J.-o:;; soon .IOU Aua. 27"N ; 1000 'MIIU .ua 27' / ::1./ .00"TN"Y .ua 27' : lw" .000 27-0: :,' lw 000DN.y; ..Aua.... 27 I, I 1"1 ..,.. w.,e.", el,s :
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____ PAGE TEX BRADFORD COTTVTT TELEGRAPH. 'TAflIt!, FLORIDA'. :. TntmsnAY. Atfrt. :IS. i .

vwvyyyyyyyyyy yyyUVVVRAIFORD the death of a brother-in- rence and children of Glen- Mrs. R. R. Jordan of Homer- Branch State Park on Sunday Sept. 15 DeadlineSet Immediately write Senator

law. Vernle YOUIIB. ville Qa. were weekend ville. Oa. were visiting at the They estimated over two Holland for the necessary Th1'Our Business
Mrs. Onle Orlffls. Mr. and guests of the Harold Yar- home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C hundred relatives present for On Academy forms In order that they can GLASS

Mis. Elvin Shadd and brough family. Lew Dur- Dennison last weekend. this happy occasion. A picnic be returned prior to the

By Mm. Earl Dobbs daughter. Audrey. were busi- rence. who had visited with Mrs. Juanita Hinson spent dinner and fellowship was Exam ApplicationsSenator September 15 deadline.In .. % "If Its Glass We Hare It"

Phone 496-2601: ness visitors In Jacksonville the Yarbroughs returned from AUK. 6 through Aug. 12 much, enjoyed. Spessard Holland conclusion the Florida CALL WRITE or VIS/T

.....AAAA.AA.A ...A. Monday.and home with his parents. with her daughter and son- has announced that all legislator stated that those FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Mrs. Ruffln Oriffis Mrs. Earl Dobbs was a in-law. Mr. and Mrs. David applying must score a min
Executive Florida boys desiring to take
Secretary Gus Johnson of the', Florida : had as guests Sunday. Saturday overnight guest of I' Allen, In Washing-ton. D. C SHOP TALKBy the Civil Service screening imum grade of 70 per cent We Desftgn Modern Store Fronts
their children Mr. and Mrs. her children, the Howard Mr. and Mrs. Gordon on the standard screening
Baptist Foundation, will be Eugene drifts and : examination preliminary to : Just Mail Us A Pattern Far
and
son. Registers. In Lake City. Weest and Bobby spent the examination in order to be
his consideration for
the guest speaker at both the Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tucker Mrs. Mary Freman is visIting weekend with Gordon's Peter J. Novak I national appointment eligible for further consideration Table>> TopsSHEA'S
10:45: a. m. and 7:43: p. m. to the
and son of Jacksonville. her brother and family mother. Mrs. T. F. Brown General Manager/ for nomination to the
located at
service academies
Worship Services of the FirstBaptist ,
I Earl Dobbs! was honored Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones in They celebrated Mrs. available academy vacancies.J. .
This week would like West Point. N. Y. I Army],
Church we to
with a birthday dinner Sun- Lake City this week. B.'own's GLASS
Sunday August 28th. Ratrol'd'j''I birthday on Sunday talk with you about the development I Annapolis. Md. I Navy Colorado I CO.
day. Among those
enjoyingthe Friends of Frank with I
Mr. Johnson a Crawley a dinner and also attending potential of the Springs'! Colo I Air B. WHITE SELLS I
occasion with him were will regret, to learn that he were Mr. and Mrs
home-grown induatrles. We N. REGISTERED ANGUS BULL
]
Forte and Kings Point
Florida has travelled extensively
Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman fell 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FK2-4353
and broke his last
throughout the world arm Raleigh Brannen of Bedford have In mind the: former B. I Y. (Merchant Marine!, must
and children of Starke. Mr. I week. We pray he recovers Lake. T. Thomas Lumber Company have their completed appll .1. B. White, 'Starke recently -
and has visited mission
many and Mrs. Howard Register speedily.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jerrell located on south. U.S. 301. cation forms in his office at sold an Aberdeen-Angus
points. He Is contributingwriter
a I and children of Lake City. and Mrs. David Harts- and daughter moved to Jack The present ownership. "Mu- 421 Old Senate Office Build- bull to Wilfred Parkin. Jr.,

for several Baptist I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemmonsand field and children who had sonville over the weekend. tual Lumber Company Inc". ins Washington D. C. Jacksonville, Florida. Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP
publications and is fre-
a
children of Heilbronn been visiting her mother Walden Wadsworth left has been doing bu.sine.ss withB.
: 20S10. no later than September -
qnent speaker at. youth Springs Mrs. Wlllene Oreen Mrs. Myrtle last week T. Thomas and
re-I Sapp. left Thurs- for Tampa to join Lumber 15."This. ANGUS BIXL norc.HT
treats. encampments, and son of Jacksonville\ Mrs. day for their home in Green his boat that Is docked there North Florida Lumber Comp- deadline." said Sen- BY GLENN: C. HITCH HOMES
varlou other youth m Alzy Thomas of Hawthorne. ville. Texas. for repairs any for quite a few years.'
ator Holland. "Is mandatoryin
ings. He has also served Mr. and Mrs. Oerald ailffli I Wneft Mutual Lumber Glenn C. Ritch recently
'
t-I Mrs. Shirley Bennett and Mrs. Mary William Joined Company order that the Civil Serv- purchased
times as lay-evangelist and children. and Mr and son of Glenn St. Marys, and her brother and sisterinlawMr. 'bought its present holdings ice Commission will have an Aberdeen-Angus Custom Built

as speaker In Church Mrs Michael Dobbs and chilI Mrs. Julia Croft and baby of and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins, earlier thlll year the company sufficient time In. which to ,bull from .J. M. Edwards, Jr., :
tered Steward-ship weeks. had 22 employees locally. Mu- both of Starke. I
I dren.Mrs. Lulu were guests of their in Jacksonville on Wednesday determine the sites at which
Tooth Camp Edna Cason of Jack- parents. Mr. and Ml'.. Bill night' for a nine day tual Lumber Company now the screening examinationswill Your Plans Or Ours .
Nine youngsters from Rai- I sonville spent Friday and Saop last week. vacation touring through employs 55 persons and short- STILL GO WEST
be given to Florida applicants -
ford are attending New River ly several will be Your Lot Or Ours
I Saturday with her slster-ln- Mr. and Mrs. Russel Davis Alabama. Mississippi[ Louisiana more em- Because of this requirement -
Baptist Association Youth law. Mrs. O. Altman.: ployed.In Some 400,000 new settlers
and family of Jacksonville Texas. New Mexico of t
no extensions
Camp at Camp I their wholesale manufacturing cross California's borders each HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Montgomery Mr. and:! !Mrs. Rodger Kent
entertained Mrs. Myrtle Oklahoma, Arkansas Ten- .
time for receipt of these -
applications
They are Bonita Bloom. San- : of Maryland are visiting the operation. Mutual' year says National Geographic. REMODELING ALTERATIONS
Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. Richard nessee and Georgia. Stoppingin "
dra Ross John Ross. Brenda Ralph Odoms and Lonnie provides pine products ,to customers !- can be made. At present some 19 million -
Able. Mr ana:! Mrs. David New Orleans. La. for a All interested parties who I
McCUIlou h. Bill McCullough. from Jacksonville! to peopleroughly one of
Shadds this
week Hartsfteld and children. Mrs. tour of the city and going In West, the have not yet filed applica- States resi- 3-BEDROOM HOMES
Mike Ortffls. Joel Alvarez, Jo Mrs. R. Richardson of Key and most of every 10 United j
Alvarez David Rodgers and Julia Croft and baby. the Carlsbad Caverns New pine Is grown: in Bradford tions for admission to the dents -- make their home in
Jacksonville was Sunday Mrs. Shirley Bennett and Mexico and spending: the service academies In
various
County. the Golden State I I
Robert Taylor.PERSOJALS II
luncheon guest of Mr. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Herman last two days with Mr. and Principal stockholders In the summer of 1967 should II I FOR SALE NOW

Mrs. Mallle Orlffis. Sapp and girls. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Claude Houser In FIat Mutual Lumber Company are I ;

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Thorn- Mrs. Otis Oreen and son I Bill Sapp and a host of other Rock Ala. F. S. Jones, President, and his Small Down PaymentIN
ton and family of Jacksonville David of Jacksonville and
relatives went plcnlclng and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas son Earl F. Jones, Secretary- :
visited! his randmother. Mrs. Alzy Thomas of Hawthorne swimming at Kingsley Lake Wadsworth and daughter Treasurer. The elder Mr. Jones' PINEBREEZE SUBDIVISION AND

Mrs. Lizzie Shadd .Saturday. visited their sister and last week spent a couple of days in founded P. S. Jones Lumber { DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION

Mr. and Mrs. Bobble An- family. Mr and Mrs. Earl Friends of Lawtey Crewsof Hampton visiting Mr. and & 'Manufacturing Company in '

derson were culled, ,to Jack- Dobbs Sunday. the State Farm will b* Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth.A 1918. The company was Incorporated STARKE-PHONE 961-2600)

sonville Saturday because of Kir and Mrs. Audrey Dur- glad to know that he Is home group of young folks as Mutual Lumber Contact
I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176
from King Memorial HosI from the Baptist Church are Comany in 1917 and has operated .
BUFORD MITCHELLOffice
I pita! spending the weeK at Camp% ,in Jacksonville under i

CHURCH NEWS Montgomery.Mrs. that name until it acquired Rental Services Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238

NEW PARTIAL SCHEDULEAdult I Raiford First Baptist Roy Blrt of Gainesville North Florida( Lumber Company 140 S.-Thompson St. Starke, Fla.

Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.: and Marvin Blrt of In December of l last.year. HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

I Morning Worship 10:45: a.'m. Starke werevisiting' Mrs. 'Mutual. has expanded its
Members
We Are Chamber of Commerce Are
-
Education High School .; Training Union 6:45: p.'m. Florrle. Belle Brown on Sun operations in Bradford County -I CRUTCHES
You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
and benefits have accruedto -
Review CoursesU .: Evening Worship, 7:45: day. 1-
,.
and
the county particularly -
p. m. Rev. Joe McCullough, ..
the Hampton as a result
V V V YVVVYVVYY vv VT VVYVYLAWTEY area .
S 0 Building 7-9:30 p.m.-Starke; Florida pastor.HAMPTON of this expansion. Earl ; .

MONDAYS-Mathematics ((1)) and Sciences ((2)) VVvvyyvv'Wyyyyyyyyyyyy \ Jones families tells have us moved that Home(or are 12
b +

TUESDAYS-English ((3)) and Social Studies ((1)) I B, Enxa Biancharl! our in the county process as. of a direct moving result into' AREA B BUSINESS DIRECTORY o I

WEDNESDAYS-Mathematics and Sciences I, of this expansion. This kind I
By 111'11llIory: William. A..A..A..A' of expansion continues almost

THURSDAYS-English and Social Studies I II CHURCH ACTIVITIES without our knowledge, of its I

((1)) Mathematics will be concerned with the I &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* Grace Methodist: Sunday happening.The I Air Conditioning-Heating/ Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
basic arithmetical skills r The Minton held fastest growing indus I
involving fractions: family School 9:45: a. m. Worship I

decimals percentage ratio, volume, and \ their annual family reunion 11 a. m, and 8 p. m. Prayer ia try the In poultry Bradford industry.County today New I RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office

area. at Kingsley Lake with sixty Circle Monday, 9 a. m. MYF poultry .houses spring up with Authorized Airtemp Beauty AcademyLearn

((2)) Sciences will include Biology/ (plants and 1 five or more present III Those Wednesday, 8 p. m. each passing month, and YOUI'Chamber Heating & Air Conditioning Most Fashionable EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized (
I attending from Hampton a Profe loa! In Your Address For Ladles
First
animals Baptist: Sunday of Commerce and SHEET METAL
) Physical Sciences
Physics, and were Mr. and Mrs. D. W Spare Time. Full or Part Time
School 10 11 Roeldenlal
I a. m.. Worship Development Authority are Commercial ES-SUITS-CO.\TS!:
Chemistry. '
Johnson and Mr. and Mrs a. m. and 8 p. m.. Training forth efforts -Industrial DealerClarYVlc.otorTotalla
continually putting DAY &: EVENING: CLASSESLow
(3) English studies will include Usage (grammar I Ainold Haddock and family( Union 7 p. m., Midweek services to broaden these opportunities. Sale* Installation_Service Tuition Terms MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES !

), Spelling, Vocabulary and Literary All the children were able to Wednesday 9 p. m. t 2703 N.E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. Adding Machine. Calculator.

Acquaintanceship. : attend but Mr and ,/Mrs. Church of God: Sunday'I During the pust year Prime Gainesville 372-0714 i

(1)I) Social Studies will Include American History Johnny Allen of 'California) School 10 a. m., Worship 11 Veal Feeds Company. Inc., GalnflIvWe! 378-276 7 W University Gainesville SALES -SERVICERENTALS

Civics (Government), Geography; and Roy Morgan who is stationed a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. YPE began its operation at 864 SAVE TIME; Discuss your

and World History. in Viet Nam. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Prayer North Temple Avenue with CHAIN SAWS I MOBILE HOMES requirements with us first.

I Mrs. John Farkas enteredthe Meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. one employee. Its operationhas AUTO RALES&SERVICE
All Alachua General Hospital expanded and 'It now em- 529 N Main St. Gainesville
NOTE 1. of the above courses are aimed at I Highland Baptist: Sunday A. & J. Saw
providing/ adequate basis for tak- last week. School 9:45: Worship It a. ploys several persons. It potential JEEP MUSTANG Phone 376-5531:

the General; Educational O. C. Mills of Galveston m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer is eve ngreater. Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co.
ing Development Texas spent several day Meeting Wednesday 7:30 In last week's Issue' of the Mobile Homes, Inc.
: p. .
Tests ((GED) leading/ a State;( here while his brotherinlawand m.. Choir Practice Saturday, Telegraph we read of the !Sun' RAMBLERAme1'lca's Joe Anderson MZT.Homelite PAINT &: GLASS J

Equivalency High School Diploma. sister.! Mr. and Mrs. D 7:30.: Sports operation of Jimmie Finest Economy Car Chain Saw, Gainesville'. Discount Mobile
E.: Hill and daughters and! Moore that started in 1963 as Home Sales Lot.
:
After a very successful SALES AND SERVICE SALES & SERVICK:
NOTE 2. One-half of the class period will be all drove to Miami to 'visit week of Bible Study and fellowship something extra, and it now Volume purchases for our en- Liddell Paint & ,

devoted to one subject area; the oth- another brother A. P. Mill the vacation Bible employs several persons, and Repairs 3t Parts All Makes tire chain guarantees savingsof Glass Co.
half to the as its potential grows HO alsj; Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR many hundreds ol dollarson
er paired subject area. I and family during their 'vac School closed Saturday witha
Instruction will be individualized according I ation. The Hills also drove tc cookout hamburgers with will the employment opportunities. SALES & SERVICE the quality home of your KYANIZE PAINTSGla.MlrrorSliding
I : .- 1132 S. Main
: to need.Register Key West and on way back all the trimmings.Mrs. several 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville choice.
This Is just citing '
4830 N.W. 13th SI. 441 North
visited in Bradenton witf Door-
George Roberts Mrs. Gainesville 872-8433 Phone J72-35SS:
industrial expansion -
Early Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clous I H. C. Wainwright, Mrs. Effie examples: from of existing industry. If I Just Off Waldo Road Gainesville 378-1346 Tub Enclosurea-Shower Doer

and family 'Miner, Mrs. Hermie Eunice we look around utt we can see B & G Motors Co. MotorcyclesScootersStreit's -WindowsAwnlflCarpetWalipaperStorefrOUt -

CLASSES TO START SEPT. 6 Mrs. Roy Morgan anc'daughter and Miss Enza. Blanchard many other examples of diversified CADILLACOLDSIIOBILESALES I CONCRETE PRODUCTS
of Jacksonville art attended the District meeting that began in Consultation.
industry & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W
Adult Education; J Program/ of WSC3 at the home of a small way but developedinto Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE 116 N.W. Sixteenth St.
Drawer Johnson. Mrs. Lee in Lake Butler something really nignifl-' HODA: MOTORCYCLES
100
Taken On Cadillac\ Trades THE BEST FROM GAINESVILLE 372-8191
Mr and:! Mrs. T. A. Harris Monday evening. : Cushman Jf Vespa> Scooter

I I of Fargo. Oa. and Mr. and BIllie Anders. Jr. celebrated cant.We are happy to encourage 201 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 Edward's Building DueatiBSAZundappMotorcyclesSales I,

his second birthday witha industrial expansion from with- PHONE 376-7515 '
& Service
party on Tuesday of last in. Supply, Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES SIGNSWILLIAMS

week. About 15 of his young
l\laln-31Z-4141 Locksmith & Safe Work
726 S.
friends enjoyed helping him. I Revival Set Pinna PerformanceS .
818 W. University Ave. Neon Signs Inc.
They played games for a GAINESVILLE. PtA ,
--.yo time and then the pretty At.Smyrna Church A AS Gainesville 378771MOTORCYCLES

birthday cake holding two ET.ECTHIC1OTORS: : -Sign Up With WllltanW
I I Revival services wfll begin ALES: AND SmVICH I
candles was presented and PLASTIC-NEON! SIGNS
"DR1VE-1M Sunday. August 28 at 11 a. I
admired. There was sort of a CLEAN' USED CARS ELECTRIC THECYCLE Sale.ServlceMaintsnanoeErectionsMterationa\
sorample as to who would I m. at Smyrna Baptist : SHOP

BANKING blow out the two candles but I Church W Pratt St. with 1031 S. Main GaInesville Motor Repair Co.Of "Tour Designs or O.re'*
I dinner at the church. .. Ine
Blllie managed to do it. Refreshments GuHoeirvllle NORTON BULTACO
IS WONDERFUL. of cake. Ice Rev Curtis E. Ganey will Phone 3782135Tropical' DUCATI BRIDGESTONE5 :3720 N.E. 20th Way.

cream and fruit Juice. The conduct services 7:30: each RepairlngalindincNew Gainesville

young honoree received many night. The public Is cordlaly and Used MOTORCYCLES: bays 372-6004 Nitea 874-RM4
..TRY trr Invited to fellowship according Pontiac
nice gifts. Mrs. Anders was I WORK GUARANTEED
Complete Service .ft Part.
to Elder T. C. Williams
assisted by Misses Priscilla:.
qi pastor. Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New A Used machines In stock
and Brenda
SummertimcTime- Tanner Bennett. TILES &: PAINTFLINTKOTE
Phone 372-8314 Easy Financing; Terms
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Redd
TRUCK OMC
saver par excellence... and sons of Macon. Ga spent Registration Set CENTERPONTIAC n Available ': TILE

and at your service aU .. last week with Mrs. Redd's At 'Brooker School FARM\ EQUIPMENT 321 N.W. 8th Ave.

year around! On your ,... mother Mrs. 0 J. Phillipsand 220 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-368O Vinyl_Vinyl A" !b>>Ht....

\vay for a swim or tennis her brother Danny. Registration t for kindergarten 372-2583 Santa Fe Tractor Floor Finishing Product
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and first grade at Brooker :MOVERS

going to work, T ( and daughter spent Junior High School( Is scheduled CRANEINCQLNMERcVRY Inc. DURALITK: PAINT-

school, or shopping. .. I their vacation in Sanford and ,,I Monday< August 29 from i Long Distance Marine I
our quick modern Daytona Beach last week. I' 8:30: a m. to 3 p.irt. Authorized Sales: & Service FORD .' Local Drayage GYM FINISH:

I Visiting\ Mr. and Mrs A. Parents are requested to I Storage Packing !Crating:
drive-in LeIlerWlnuow I C. Pearce on Sunday were. I I brlpg birth .-.i-tlrtcate, and I II 5O6 E.. University Gainesville Farm Tractor & Implement. Tenney Tile &: Paint j

'Is taps in convenience Mr. and Mrs. Duke Powell! ,I health r.-ords, Phone 372-4251 Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping

and service. I and two sons Sonny and I II Crane's ImportsVolvo LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES: CALL 2222 NW. 8th St.

Ronny of Miami and Mr and I (Mercodea-Benz) SALES. PARTS. SERVICE HILL'S Gainesville 378-1302
Mrs. Wallen Sapp and Leslie I FIAT-HILLMAN MOVING

and Mrs. Annie Stevens of 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville '
Start banking, Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. 2201 N. Main; Gainesville & Storage, I Inc. TRAVEL
Phone 379-3348
Johnny Young of Athens. Ga. Phone 372-4373 3.141) N.K.': Waldo Rd.

DRIVE-IN BANKING ::.here and NOW! i spent the. weekend.Mrs. C Gainesville 372-4271

Charles Zellrr who] f i I. GARDEN SUPPLIES House of Travel,

.. visited the Pearce recentlyIs IAUTOSALVAGE :MUSIC INC.

remembered as Eula Mae I
Johnson & Paris, Inc.
Sapp daughter of Mr. and Paul's Auto Salvage LIPHAM MUSICCo. AIRLINES!: !

FLORIDA Mrs. Leonard Sapp. longtime Complete Line of STEAMSHIP J

residents of Lawtey. | We Bay Wrecked Cars At 8EEDSPLANTSInaettlcide.l'et Inc., R. R.!

This was her first visit since
TOP PRICES SappMeFERTfLIZKKS VAL LIPHAM Hotels! Car Ren....'
they moved from here when 1
I
JI1E(1fl the was! a little girl. We regret All Make 1lede"Uud PIANOS. OROANS-DRrM! Weekday 8:39: to .::0 r.

that this Identificationwas Paris 'W. Rent Pertiliaet Spreaders' Guitars and AmplifierSHEET

not made: with the Item I Teletype Service-We Will 224 W.W. 8th Ave. MUSIC Sat. 9 te 12.

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group for the benefit of friends Find Any Part For You. PHONE 378-047
who knew them Gainesville 378-4113 I II Gainesville Shopping Center 3419 W. University Ave.

Mr and Mr.*. V L Star- 411 N.\Palt! Stork Yard Galnesvijin, PU. 37Z-S3M: OalnesvlUe na16CnU
Member" Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. . I I
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Una flit I
atlenJM Burling : .
I family reunion at Gold Head L -- I .=><- :.....= -



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THURSDAY, AUO. 28. 100A BRADFORD COUNTY. TELRfm.VMf, STAIIRB: FT.ORint PAfiK. .: FI.KVl'N:
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RECREATION NEWS $2,000 WINNER S .. Port

.9 W. W" tLZe
InnerslARRYA.WHITLEYHolly 4 Hill; ,Fla.I
Women's Softball League. % >,
Results: Tues.ag. 16


Goodman's Goodman's 11 Inn runs 4. on Gulf Gulf 15 big 11.explodedfor hits Holiday toI Y s + Galore! ? 7T $1,000 WINNERS: 0 ];ndsA This (Weekl

Holiday Inn's 4
over power x B MRS.D.D.CLARK,Jacksonville
runs on 9 hits. The game was : JUST FEW MORE DAYS TO PLAY..STORES WILLMRS.EISIESIMMONSJacksonville

5 going to 4 Into with the Goodman's fourth Inning Gulf, : DISCONTINUE HANDING OUT SURPRIZE PARTY SLIPS

but Goodman's tallied 4 bIg'''' + NORA CRIBBS,Jacksonville : SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th. WINNING COMBINATIONS
rUM to make it 9 to 4. 'I'hey' E' "y WEEKI
MORE WINNERS
added::! single runs in the 6th l land I, JOIN THE GROWING LIST B.L.BROWNBrunswickGo1. : WILL BE REDEEMED THROUGH WEDNESDAY AUG. 31st.
Tth. Joan Williams and
Patsy Nettles had 3 hits each SUPERMARKETS .T? -. .. .. .. r r r .r r r r r .w r r r r r r r r r r r r r w r r r r r .r r w .i
for the winners. Carol Kouba.'
Wanda Williams and Barbara -II FARMHOUSE FROZEN ALL VARIETIES .---------.---
Masters collected two' : M.<.wN APR
hits a piece. Charlene Blalock I !mID
had 3 hits In the losing
cause and Ginger Davis collected i [i [mGR i ictIO
6 GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CREAM ; M ... STAMPS.
2 singles. PIES "*n COWM1M AMD*WMM M Nancy's Flowers 7 Hurst : 12..i GULFAEROSOL 5.

'. Shell 4Nancy's Flowers playing j t..,...k BOMB. ....., :

with only 8 on the team j TURKEY ';;;:'-- _..._M'. .------.JI-66------t.. ..
or
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I, came from behind to beat -J REG 3I /$1.00 +
Hurst Shell in a game that i ... .. I .a..n I.
"
.,._ Io I
... -
saw Nancy's hustling all over I' % \\ -, II I" .('\S..t -.
f s.oe.drum. i lu.c'
+ rme UT" ;
t ._...
the field to gather in the I '" ; O> !:.:'t '-'\ MERCHANTS GREEN :
: STAMPS
outs. Nancy's trailing 4 to 0 \ .. '" '" .. !
$ ..tH tMMC ...
scored 3 ._. A UGCRH"RDTOHOLD'
In the fifth Inning r w. ..... 4 :
LUSmK CRIME
runs on 2 hits. They added 4 o + .. .. ; ...'a.. I!! :. HAIR. SPRAY
big runs In the 6th inning to .. ..---;..;--:-:ma-31-K: :: .for
put the Icing on the cake. h .' ,
I .i. .. ,,. --- '
.
Sandra Norman was the, ( 1". ....,..< .." ," t I )-"-.......]1=
best in the hitting depart- ,
ment with 2 doubles. Shirley AYE ;;/ \ .....r. REG. SIZE PKGS. I .Re. ETRA UN___'" :
:
the: 1111 LI. '
Johns also had 2 hits for : :
SAVE UP TO 141 LB \ .. .. : I .3CHAHTS. GREEN STAMPS...
winners. Carolyn Dyal play- CHOICE \ -:.: .- Mtt tfOMM !
,
ed the best defensive game of 'OOO'AIRSAI.T'RI&
A .r - - - r : i
the year as did many other'' f Ib BREAD *
players. Janice Corbett had i :.MMIeitM.t4tu..M,>IMJNrtl*WM BUIUWtM.)..:
3 hits in the losing cause I S*VALUE. Food Fair Smooth SAVE IS*. Cr.Style T or Wh K.rn.t -----3'-66------

while 2 singles.Johnnie Margaret Smith collected Ann- ........................ CHUCK P'nul. I r. 5 fOR sqe] :: !gr 1 1eo =
Cottle turned in a fine de- CHOCOLATE : : i
fensive performance at her : o KEG.45,*.Monogram tang / i: mm*KXTftA
MERINGUE MERCHANTS GREEN
shortstop position ? Pilt : .STAMPS. !
Thurs. Aug. 18 : ;: Rice. 3 8 FOR $1 '-- -'' .l.WISPAICTATO IM M MYGRADg cOON A. ; 5
Nancy's Flowers 14. Holiday ROAST .t
Inn I 5Nancy's PIES I BAKERY : -'. e
=
9 VALUE NibbUr't S.ll.JMixed --
118.71-66-
Flowers led by the I :::::::_--- : :::
hitting of Carolyn Dyal and::! ... ... .. 100 (
.. .... .. ... .: Nuts i 69 ;
Jeannie Thomas overwhelmed C t '-I.I.oun
Holiday Inn 14 to 5. San- : 'ae"" .
dra Norman hurled the victory REG.29{e Bath TiIlU. / t FR..DCTITA' _i- I

on the mound. Dyal had B" PIES e '. : MERCHANTS mm. "*.GREEN.--STAMPS--l.0* J S
3 doubles, and Thomas had 2 8ge .D e I sey .2 <= 3 FOR 8 9c'< : ffiB BEIF OR CHIC Ek(4ft
2 doubles and a single.!; Nan- I fOR 4 5 RICE II. RONI .S
cy's ha l a total of 12 hits in i ._, .. ...........1-"s-39-66-------..
running their second-half,', / '";.. .' ::::::: :: : ::
standing to 4 to 0. HolidayInn Box'c' !
held a 4 to 1 lead going I' FOOD FAIR ICED LARGE SIZE. PK6.OF 6 1B I I ll llSAVE ;
into the 3rd Inning butNancy's .
25c MEW FROM : rnresxTRA -
CINNAMON BUNS ONLY 1
scored 7 big runs to .
grab an 8 to 4 lead. Holiday I 10*1 B. e U.S.CHOICE / PROCTOR & : MERCHANTS.GREEN I STAMPS :i iCfci&
three big hits in the A S SCgO
Inn got V BONELESSCHUCK rpp--- 1OPACIC.RlD.O
game; Wanell McRae. Glnzer:: NEW i LARGE BRILLO .j
88e ._ ...
Davis and Helen Ingle each I U '
................. ROAST .
had singles for the losers. r. ,
Goodman's Gulf 18 Hurst's -M:::: I igj1
Shell 8.Goodman's. esf'i j I TASTY SAVE'10*IB. U.' CHOICE ; !

Gulf siphoned I CREAMRICH I BONE-IN. _._ : rRlxTRA. uxp..A.- ,
Shell's tank takingan :
Hurst by
r is 68c :' ;;' '.... I MERCHANTS. .GREEN, STAMPS.. \
18 to 8 victory. WandaWilliams : POT ROAST '. ,. .. WIMIM 5
"/
came In to take the CORNI CHEESE : .' ,. ": .. :m" ([; :' C : U. 17u CUP.MAYFA-IR
COTTAGECHEESE( J
victory on the mound for ....FKO. : i1 : .. .
._ ..._ .. ,....__ .
Hurst had 8 to : 4.. ."' .7..
Goodman's a ---- .,...'. .. .......
2 lead going! into the bottomof 29 .:. Giant
the fourth, but Good- Giant Box:

man's scored 8 runs to take a ...................d ALL
10 to 8 lead. They added 7 ,. VARIETIES
insurance runs In the 5th.' 1 0 f J .. 2 CLAPP'S STRAINED
and 1 in the 6th to end the | S
scoring! Hurst's Shell plavedj': EARS RED OR WHITE SAVE 8*. 2E9.27*
outstanding: ball for 4 innIngs -' 'ige..BABY FOOD
tot.
but the roof fell In.I I CHEERIOS
Leading hitters for Good tl, GRAPES Pkg. a
man's were Diane Starling 3 .
REGULAR
for 3, Patsy Nettles 4 for 5. i| 12
and Ima Jean Bryan 3 for 3. :ft. JARS
Goodman's hid: a total of 18 \

hits for Margaret the night.Ann Cottle ForHurst's I 4'*' J'' sk LB 19 .:. -. '. 12 REG.FOR 8ge

3 for 2. Fleanor O teen 2 for I .. ___'
$1.18'
4 and Johnn'e' Smith 2 for 4 ,, t\.t\ & '

led the hitting department I I i JUICY CALIFORNIA LUSCIOUS FIRM RIPETOMATOES \\ t'ft"Q.' "C..9 ... ',\ ..I..I..I.I..I..II..................I..I...;

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BHAnronn COCWTY TFLKGRAPII., "STARKE.' FLORTTIA THURSDAY=; AtlO. ZS: 19fi fI I

-..yyyyyyyyYTYTY.- .... lirr of Kevstone Heights two lions I I
carnn Mrs. Earl visited
Sunday
Mosley
he CONOREUATIONALI
writes about, such as securing Church Choir Practice 8.00: NEW CHURCH
11
m. BETHEL BAPTIST
Mornlntf Worship a.
>sons, J. E Knight of Baldwin !Mother of the groom wore afternoon In St. Vincent'sfospltal a cotton, allotment
METHODIST REVIVAL.Ravlval .
and Owen Knight: of Maxvilleninl a : blue suit trimmed with P. m. Training Union, 7 p. m. Even-
with Pat
navy Caruso; of
RFAXVILLL for not
cotton I School 10 .
growing on m.Mornlnn
Sunday a.
Thursday, Sept, 1 Visitation
will be held
services
nine, grandchildren, white lace flowers( and whiteaccessories. Jackaonville.Airs. Ing Service, 8 p. m. Rev
his lawn
infiltrating the 10.00: a. m. and 7:00 at tne New Congregational Lacy Conway Worship, 11 a. m.
pastor
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The body icstod at the family Bill Robinson and CIA after the ad-
getting m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
By Mn. A. C. SladaPtionc residence from 5pm.Thursday Following the ceremony a daughter of Lake City arrived dress from p. Methodist Church, May 1
RusHlan
a
embassy
Fiiday, Sept. 2- Primary through May 8. Rev. F. A. CHURCH OF GOD Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p, m.
until 11 n.m. Frldjy reception was held at the home here Friday for a weeks official I, and In
2894491llarrlnCroft when it was moved to the of Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Mos visit with Mrs. Dorothy Wa- the New Hampshire running Presidential Choir Practice, 3:30: p. m. W. Stephens of Savannah, Ga. 432 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Wednesday. Rev W. L.
(huifh ley Mrs. Charles Mosley assisted ers. A. Hogan, Pastor. will bring the message each Sunday School, 10 a. m. NewmaN, pastor.NORTHSIDE .
Primary aa a Lincoln Republican.
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night at 7:30.IIEILBRONN: Worship Services 11 a. m. and
The community extends their In serving the brlda's Mr. and tMra. Bob Stanley BAPTIST

sympathy to the family of cake and punch. and family are sightseeing in WATCH TUB WALL MY LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. Located on Bayieas High
Mr. and Mrs Oscar Harris 'the late Rev. Knight, The newlyweds are making New :Mexico and plan to leave DARLING by Jan Aiken BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting.
Announce the engagement and TIIOM 14-Al'STIVMl their home hi Highland. shortly for California.Rev. Hodge Christina visits her Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S way [SR 2251at] Raiford Rood
their The bride attended :Maxville Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Williams I8R 161. Services: Sundiy
approaching marriage) of : '4 Linda Dale Thomas of and :Mrs. R T. Wlliams grandfather at a time when pastor.PENTACOSTAL
daughter, Clara :Mae: to George ::ijcville and Farley EldildgeAustin Elementary and B.Uriwin, Jr- and family of Starke France la threatening, Eng Evening Worship, 8 p. m, raining Union, 6:30: p. m. School, 10 a. m. Sunday
Croft I The Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Evening Service, 7::30. Mid HOLINESS Morning Worship 11 a. m
of Whitehouse. son of of Clitv, Hill unit Sr. High School. groom( were Saturday night visitors land's shores. The Impending
'Mr and Mrs.V.. C. Croft also ed in: man luge,:: Friday jwere night, attended Clay Hill Elementary ofrs.: F. B. Coleman, and adventures Involve spies, smuggling 8. p. m. Sing each Friday 3 week Prayer Service. 7:30: p. 324 BrownJee St., Starke. Training Union. 6:30: p. m.

of Whitohouie. August 19 nt 8 p.m. The: ceremony and was a graduate of were also Sunday dinner guest invasion and challenge p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Sunday School, 10 a. m Evening Service, 7:30: Midweek

:The wedding will be nn 'I was peiformed at the Orange Park High School! and of Mrs., Coleman.Mr. even to a girl so plucky ashrtatlna. pastor. pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Prayer Service, Wednesday

event of Fiiday September 0 home of the groom's uncle Is employed with the State and Mrs. Don Elchel- BAPTIST CHURCH SM1RN: *. MISSIONARY Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law-

at 7:30: pm. at the Maxville and aunt !Mr and Mrs. Charles Road Department in Jackson !tOn and family left Saturday. EVERYTHING BUT MONEY Sunday School, 10 BAPTIST CHURCH Midweek Service, Tuesday, non..,pastor.
a. m.
Baptist Church. I, "Mosley In Jacksonville. Rev.George ville. to return to their home In by Sam Levenaon The 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft, pas "
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Tra.ltn1ng B33 W. Pratt St. Sunday tor. I'INE: LEVEL BAPTIST
NO Invitations REVIVALA Lexington Park, 'Md.: after a .
are being Chlsm officiated at the I humorist deplcta! his own boyhood -
aont but all friend N> and rcl.i- : double ring ceicmony revival started Sunday weeks visit with Mrs. F. B. in a cramped ,tenement Union, 6:30: p. m. services: Sunday School, 10 a. Sunday School, lo a. m.
tlves of the couple are invited Parents of the bride are night August 21 at the Max Coleman.Mr. In the. East Harlem ghetto Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train FIRST PRESBYTERIAN !Morning Worship 11 a, m,

to attend. :Mr. and '",frs. Homer Thomas ville Baptist Church with Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Carter area where he lived with his Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: ing Union 6.13: p. m. Evening Sunday School, 9.43: a. m Pre-Servlces [Booster Band,
funeral Sfrtlrt'tt of :Maxville: and the gloom's VV. O. Mathis of Jacksonville of 'Jacksonville were Sunday Jewish immigrant parents and Rev. B. T. Peavy, pastor. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone Morning Worship 11 a. m I, Young People and Prayer

For Ke\'. Knight parents R'OIr., : and :Mrs. Far- and former pastor! of the afternoon visitors of Mr. and six brothers and. a sister ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC welcome. Elder T. C, Williams Youth Fellowship S p. m Service], 6 p m. Evening

Funeral services; for Rev Icy Austin of Clay Hill church conducting services. :\Ir!!. Doss Hlgginbotham. CASE OF THE WORRIED STARKE pastor. I Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : Worship 7pm. Midweek

:Millard T (Clarence) Knight,:: The bride given in mar- NEW ARRIVAL Randolph Crosley was able WAITRESS by Erie Stanley Sunday Mass 9:13 LAURA BAPTIST m. Service. Wednesday, 7:30: p.
71. were Ji.;'id Friday at 2 p. bv her father chose a white !Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor to return home Sunday from Gardner Perry Mason comes : a. m. I m-Rev. D L. Ramsey pas
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m. In I Ue Long Branch Baptutt street length dress with are announcing the birth of a the Bradford County Hospital to the aid of a young waitress Tuesday-No vena and Benediction Sunday School, 9:43: a m KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST tor.

Gturch with Rev GeOl'geChl.m sr-ooped neckline, elbow length daughter, Kimberly Ann born in Starke. In dire distress after he has 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, Morning Worship 11 a. m Sunday School 9:43: a. m.

officiating. Burial followed I sleeves and white accessories> Saturday August 20 at St Herman Somers of Palatka tipped her with enough money 8pm. i Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m Morning Worship 11 a. m. CALVARY BAPTIST

In the church cemeteiy. She wore an orchid corsage Vincent's Hospital. Both mother and Claude North returned to pay his office consultation Thursday and Friday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Training Union, 6:13: p m Sunday School 10 a. m.
tinder the direction of John Her only ornament was a and baby are expected It home after a weeks vacation ee. Mass, 7:30: a. m [9-tO a. m 7:30: p m.-Rev. Luther Me- Evening Worship 7:30: Mid Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

M Brinkley, Mortician, :Macclanny. single strand of pen rls. return, home Wednesday. Maternal to Nassau' and the Bahamas.Mr. THE TRIAL OF STEVENTRUSCOTT for grade. and high scnool students I Gee, pastor.BROOKER. week Prayer Service, Wedn s- Training Union, 6:30: p. m.

:Mild of honor was :Miss grandmother Is Mrs. F : and Mrs. North by Isobel Lebourals !. Service :30.
Roger BAPTIST Rev. Knight died Wednesday Jimmy Gale Thomas sister of B. Coleman. -- The true story of a 1959'anadlan Saturday Mass. 9.30 a. m
Cheryl and Jeffery are vacationing p. m. -Rev. Jim Rljfdon, sup Meeting, Wednesday, 7JO: p.
afternoon after sudden Infant Sttibb Funeral in which 14 Sunday School, 10 a. m.
a the bride She wore a pink in New Orleans. The trial a ASSEMBLY OF GOO ply pastor. m -Rev. R. H. Butler, pastor.
illness He was born In Bowling sheith street length dress! with Funeral services for Gerald North daughter Kimberly Is year old boy was convicted on HT4VAY CHAPEL Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Green and hud llvod in high neckline and white accessories T. Stubbs Infant son of Sir. spending this week with her charges of rape and, murder Weldon St. and Training Union, 6:30: p. m BOATDRAIN BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST
Clay County for the past! 10( Her corsage was pink and Mrs. Jerry Stubbs were grandparents'!, Mr and Mrs nd sentneced to death. The RaifordRoad. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer
years He WAS pastor of the carnations held Sunday afternoon of list John North while her parents entente has since been, commuted Sunday School, 10 a.m. Meeting, Wednesday, 7-30: Sunday School. 10 a. m, Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church near Ring rearer was :Marian week at 2 p.m. at the Long- are In New Orleans.A to life Imprisonment, :Morning: Worship, 11 a. m. RA, GA, and Sunbeams every Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
here. Survivors include his Austin brother of the groom. branch cemetery, with the surprise visitor of Mr. .but the author feels strongly i t 'Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. other Thursday afternoon. Training Union, 7.00: P in Evening Service, 7:30: p m.

widow. Mrs. Pansy! Godwin Mother of the bride wore a Rev. Bobby Knight officiating and Mrs. John North Wednesday hat the victim is Innotent. I Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Rev. James Temple, pastor.DEDAN Evening Worship 800.: Prayer Prayer Meeting Wedneewl.
Knight of Maxville one daughten. I navy blue suit silver accessories Young Gerald was born Sat night was Mr. North's I p.m. Young People's Meeting. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. : 7:30: p. m. Training Union,

Airs. Alma Jeanctte. Ba- and a corsage of pink urday August 13. Survivors nephew Bernie Sacks of Silver i Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy BAPTIST [Brooker] m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom, Friday 7:30: p, m. -Rev. E. L.Qrlffls. .
besides his parents and maternal Spring; Md, Bernie has BEEKEEPERS TO MEET 1 Llghtsey, pastor I Sunday School, 10 a. m pator. i pastor.
AT MACCLENNY:" FRID\Y
Jlr. and
grandparents
Just graduated from military ..
Mrs Oscar Harris and paternal The Northeast Florida
school! in ,:Maryland and will
grandparents, Mrs. Harold Stubba. meet at court house, Mac-
The community' extends the fall. clenny. Friday. Aug. 26 at 8 i; An investment in Your Future

their sympathy to the family y..yyyyyy.y. p. m, There will be an Interesting -

SCHOOL School bells NEWS will bo ringing: CLAY HILL of officeis.program All becmen and election In this 11.1 ffiiQ] << ) 17 1'.1. 111f; ((1)) f :"! I II


for again all on Duval Monday County August schoo 29! By Mr.. Howard Padcett area L. T are Dyer urged, Past to Pres.attend. I I l 1 \!;; 1:11 IAS [It

students. Several new teachers Phone 289-4132 I

have been added to tho ............w.....
staff at the Mamie Agne
$25 tO $600to Jones Elementary School and We are happy over the new
the Baldwin Jr. Sr High
pews at Clay Hill Baptist .CHURCHNEWS
school. Bus drivers wilt be the Church. They made the A Radiant

same as last year, Mrs Dorothy church look much nicer. We

Miller and Mrs. Kathleen were also happy for the visItors CLEAN LIFE

Padgett. that cime to be with us,

make PERSONALS I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lang and STREET I
MADISON
IFriends of Mrs. Carrie
family of Tampa, Mrs.\ Bon The housewife cleans her home until it shines
Starling Baxley of Lakeland
nie Cowart of) Lawtey. Also BAPTIST CHURCH
will be sorry to learn of her we had a speaker for the I \viih a radiance that gives contentment and joy to
death. (Mrs. Baxley died Sun I Opportunities Of Service:
dayin a Lakeland hospital. mornlniworship, Rev. Walter Sunday. August 28 --Sunday those who view it.

I Funeral. services were held I II Lee. School 9:45 MornIng I
: a m.
I there the first of this week. :.83 were present for Sunday 11:00 II I ]It pleases God to see our lives clean and wholeHume. -
School.4Jhe Worship, : a m.
Mrs Dorothy Miller returned ;
I! home Saturday afUr speml.i ;/ !: Church Is scheduled togo TiainlngUunlon 6:15: p. mWMtr \\e all need help, to keep our lives (clean
I Circle. 7:15
Prayer
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to Strickland Lake for
ing some time 1n IruIlanaLwtUirelatives. a
i i picnic We-anefdav: and will: m. Evening Worship 7:30: p I David piajed to Cod for help in this matter."Create .

I : ireet at the church at 9 m. i
Mr. and Mrs. J. Marlin a m
WednpsJay. August 31 ill me a clean heat't, 0 Cad; und enew' a
Coleman vtalted Sunday at the PERSOS I.S
Ed Frasor Hospital! In Maoclenny Dinner guest* of Mrs Prayer and Praise Service ,'ifIotlpil'it/ within me."
Town Finance Co.phont with Mrs. Susie1 'Dante JCrene; Padaett; Sunday were 7:30: p. m. Church Choir
of Glen St. Mary who lto.>p Mr. and Mrs Dawson Pad- Practice 8:30: p. m, I Lean upon the Lord. Seek his help and he will

patient there and in Glen St, gelt of Mlddleburz and Mrs
64 Mary wHh Mrs Willie Bryan Bobby Padgett and children FIRST METHODIST not deny it Attend church this Sunday and let

(Mr. and Mr!!. Henry Caruso of Maxville, Visiting in the
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CHURCH your life be centered in the Lord.Tht .
of Jacksonville and Mr. and afternoon were Mr and Mrs

"- I Bill Lang and: family of Tam Sunday, August 28 -

pa and Mr and Mrs. Edwin Church School,' 9:45: a. m I

.. Padeett: of Lawtev. Morning Worship, 11 '00 am '

Mrs Irene Padgett will Snack Supper for MYF

leave Tuesday for a few days 6.00; p. m. MYF Meetings J

with Mr and Mrs. H, L. Yan 5:30: p. m. Evening Worship,

of Jacksor! vllld 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. I

We are happy to sav Ran Aumst 30 -i
dolph Crosby of tony) Branch Primary and Jr. Choir practice !
came home from the hospital 9:30: A. m '

Sunday. Thursday, September 1 -'

Mr and Mrs Hoyt Starlnu Chancel Choir rehearsal .7:30p :

of Lawtev visited Mr and mURST.
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50% Mri. Clifton Carter Sunday
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Mr and Mrs. Robert Bax- BAPTIST CHURCH,
FOOD SPACE lev Jr and family of Doctor's
STARKE
Tnlet visited Mr. and Mrs
IN I
LESS Hardy Padgett Thursday.Mr Service* for The Week:

I FLOOR SPACEPenguins anj! Mrs, Bill Lang Sunday August 28 --sunday Chimh n Cod i oppomltd, ogiKy* Mill raiM, lor"iffoodino tho kn..lxlgi' ol Mil too \ T1it

and family visited over th" School, 9-45: a. m. Morn-,I lor man and ol Hit domond far nun'to'rtipond lo'thai'lovo by IOVHII, hit miohbor. W,ttioutIhu !

,;.,. ''r..r weekend with Mr. and Mrs In? Woishlp. 11:00: a, m. Ser |nrnoiit. or wnly or wof ol Illo rill lon| <2.

Richard Lansr mon"Such: As I Have" ,iiu, .n,. ond 'Iho li "domi whuk .. hold .M door will, nuwloolr'' ''' Dornh thortloto, o.on .: '
-: I. Mrs Jlrnmle Oreen of Doc Training Union. 6:15: p m,1 horn ulflih" point, ol vioo, ono llwuld lupporl rho (huitt 'lor 'Iho uko. ol Iho .ollo o i
".....t ;-.a;. tor's Inlet was dinner sues Evening Worship. Sermon: I'' df, himitlf'" and hit. family. ..,and "'thai .Hawtvor. ovofy poitofl thouM woliold. and par. t ;:.!

.> ., of Mr. and Mrs. Homer 'The' Courage of Caleb". In,ooti in ,Iho. (ftunll boiauu it' ,Will' Hit Irglk oboul. man lilt' dtolh and dtilmr., Iho vliuM :' '
Padzett: Sunday.Mr. Monday, August 29- Youth]II hHh olono will, .lot. him, I IIH, ,lo Iho 01 0 child ol' Cod. '!\J l.

r. and Mrs, L, E. Faduet Choir Practice, 7:00: p. m. C...... ... IN

*, A and sons of Storke visited Tuesday. August 30 Ii
: --Junior 1
t Jtt". .,j. : Mr and Mrs\ Hiram Padget Choir Practice 3:30 '
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) o 'Io.Jf. t.-. Oreen Cove Springs visited -
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