Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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r------' --i Council Wants Voice Hospital Blocked .i Will Employ 150 More

Argument Rages On AmbulancesUnder ] I BIG DAD TELLSEXPANSION I

On ,
CD Director ,
_= a 1061 state law, a erate ambulance service for,

hospital does not have authority the county "so long as the
: : "
-- 'I to contact with any- county makes an honest ef :

Johns.. IlllfHt. one affording ambulance fort" to Include the $12,000he I PLAN

service. Attorney George asks In their 1968-67 budget -
Fearing quiclj! .; ajppojnjmeni' ; a nev Civil Defense director. Starke'su I I
I Plreice Bradford! to
told the' He gave the answer a
City Council has issued a statement saying the city will
withhold all its funds ,
County Hospital Board in a direct question from Board
for CD support unless an impartial committee makes the choice and the Council
I meeting with Funeral Home Member W. O. Dodd who ask-

is given a chance to approve it. Director DeWitt C. Jones ed what Jones would do If the Plans for a 15 to 20 thousand square foot addition

Tacit approval of the last Thuisday! night, August Hospital Board or the County
piove any political In last Friday's meeting! to its present plant and the employment of from 100
council's stand has been appolnt-j Commission could not provide!I
given by three members of I ment--the man has with both boards:! Area Director 25.The opinion has blockedany the funds. I 5 Cent IncreaseIs to 150 additional sewing machine operators were announced I

the County Commission. At!, the needed qualifications." Walter Murphiey further attempt by the "I'm not going to shut ortsel'vlce yesterday( by D. S. Siceloff, president: of Big

a joint meeting of the two said Commissioner George; brought the group up to date County Commission to con- and let people suffer Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc.

boards: last Friday night withNolti I Robei'ts. I on CD affairs He paid a Placed On '.
tact with Jones' firm for am- so long as the county commission Siceloff said constructionof
"Personally, I feel tha' : tribute to Acting Dh'ect1Bill a prefabricated alumlnu.ii
CD Area Di-
bulance service the
through ( makes an honest effort the new addition would
there's need to hurry on Shiner and suggested building. He expects to
rectoi Walter H. Murphrcy no Hospital Board. County Attorney to solve the problem," begin just as soon as a contract type
an appointment, because Bill that he be named director have the plant completed -
the council was told by Commlsblonei Gene Shaw had pre- Jones said. S School LunchesEven could be negotiated for new
Jerome Johns that Shiner has done a good job Shiner said however that viously ruled that the hospi- A ruling had not been given! and ready for operation in
all along, and he Is doing a he would until to 90 days.
the Commission bus sole responsibility | serve sD.neone tal could enter into such n by Wednesday afternoon late, from 60

fur the operationof good Job as acting director." can be found to fill thadliector's contract and so an opinion\ according to Hospital Board school children will Fair Association Sliceoff said that Items

the county CD unit. Commissioner Jessie Chas- position. Shiner Is from state Attorney General. Chairman T. H. Slade. The feel the rise in the cost! of living ,, manufactured in the new addition -

But Council Chairman Call! taln said: a science teacher at Brad- Earl Fall cloth has beene- Hospital Board action of calling when they find school ) will Include a new line

Hurst pointed out then that "I can't blame the city for High Schol and Murph- quested. for bids on the ambulance 'lunches five, cents higher when of dungarees and western
council. They ought to have a said he could be CD director I Donates 25 Feet leans. At present the company -
the city could withdraw 1U rey Jones told the board how- service! has been blocked they begin school next 'ues--
$4.980 that I. say-so. The county commission and still keep that job. I day is manufacturing work
pet year has been I ever, he will continue to op- til the ruling Is received un//

going Into the CD operationIf Is made up of five members After nrovldlnir_ ______.. ________ __ 'Lunches will be 35 cents per pants and slacks.
not in showdown n plate In. all schools RJE For With the plari In
some say was not given on one: and a service to the county, along I except Ag ComplexThe new op
the selection of a new dlrec no one commissioner with High/ and Anderson JuniorI eration. Big Dad will have ..
I Drafts Resolution his funeral home operation ,,
tor The city has been con- will make the appointment for the past 50 years I High In Lawtey. according to total of around 300 persona

ttlbutlnic to the county CD and we'll get the right per- DeWitt C. Jones has asked]I Superintendent Tom Casey, Bradford County Fair employed In Starke. One-

program lather than son. But I think the commission ; where prices will be 30 cents. Association agreed on Friday hundred and seventy-flva
operating for assistance from the county -
on", of Its own. should get together with Wainwright Suit because of raising costs. I Lunches last year cost 30 cents I August 19. to convey a are on the payroll at the :pie-

The county CD program the council and work it out Jones had notified the commission except for RJE and AnderBOII'I I i NEIL: TUCKER 25-foot strip of Its propertyat sent time.

would still have to encompass to mutual satisfaction." he would cut off am- where they were 25 Group Three the fairgrounds to the Mr. Siceloff Is putting out

Starke if the Commissioner Dive Shu- Casey gave three reasons for county for the new agricul- an urgent call for 150 sewing
even city bulance service by October 1 the increase Nell I
ford said Tuesday he hadn'theard : The phoiogrupn af II tural machine operators in the
did not supply a portion of unless the commission agreedto 1)) The of milk has the ,
price Tucker candidate for I
about the council's action Begins TodaySeeking Remainder of the property area, and all persons Interested -
the funds since the city i Is apart
pay his firm $12.000 an- Jumped to 6.5 cents half ,
3 the Staikt" ''
per Group pout on '
and Chairman Jeomp will be requested from the between the ages of 18 and
of the county. accordingto :
nually, the cost of operating pint from lost year's price of Inutlvert-
County Clerk Cha/loe i Johns said he haad no comment I City Courcll was Farmer's Market Fair Assoc.. 45. are asked to file written
one ambulance.Pierce 5.4 DarbY saying he would take $186,280 in compensatory and punitive ently omitted from the Auifuxl President A. J. Thomas Jr.. application with Biff Dad.
also told Jones that per half pint. ,
At Fildny's meeting at the the matter up at the next damages, trial of a suit brought by J. 1 It.: Wainwright, the hospital cannot operatean 2)) The School Board 25 edition of the Telegraph: !presented the proposal ton. No telephone applications will

I FOC Building at the Fair- commission meeting. Starke strawberry grower and buyer against Swift ambulance service. Jones ed only $8,000 this burtget.// 'Is Tucker opposed, a by political Kwcll beginner Liiw.siin.. the air complex He said the be accepted.

grounds Commission Chalr- Proposed budget of the CD & Co., fertilizer manufacturers got under way todayin offered to sell the hospitalan lunch room labor \V. II. [Billy] Noenel. anti land for the first site chosen, Big Dad has be in operating -
Jerome unit for the coming/ yenr I Is I adjacent and south of the in Starke since 1951 and
Johns announced that
Jacksonville District Federal Court. Judge Walter I ambulance for $1 if the $16,000 In 1063. This Arthur London for the seatvacatl'd
the county board was taking; 515,100 of which the f:<'era! Hospital Board would agree the consumer will have EOC Building, was not avail- has expanded its plant considerably -
A. Mcltae is presiding. by Councilman Srpb4.'r -
applications for the positionof government pays half The Expected to be heard today -I for the defense.In to operate the service. about one cent more per mean"// Goodman when he ran able.He since that time.
CD flliertor The c'tY'I city is currently contributing his bill of camplalnt "My opinion Is they tthe for labor then proposed that tha Siceloff Is also president of
witnesses for for the school
are expert
I action followed at a 7-30: 1.590 for the director's sal WainwilKht including Mason Wainwright alleged that fertilizer Hospital Board! cannot nave I 3)) Schools have been notified number two site, facing U. S. the Siceloff Manufacturing
ary and:! $900 expenses. 301 and parallel with th Co. in N. C
a. m. meeting Tuesday Aug. delivered to him anything to do with ambu- they will receive fewer Lexington

30 when the council voted unanimously Since the federal government '- table Marvel Crop Assistant Specialist Vege-with through the Gainesville distributor lances In any way, shape, or commodities, for example Phone HearingOn Highway Patrol station be. which has been in the clothIng -

; to withdraw its matches dollar-for- the Florida Extension Serv- ,I for Swift, was no fashion" Pierce said. butter, cheese, and meats, from chosen and suggested/ that the manufacturing business i iI

financial support if Acting dollar the local contribution. I the formula he ordered, and Jones asked If the comml the federal government. This Fair Association agree to do- I since 1000.Truck.

Director Bill Shiner is replaced the city's total share come ice, Gainesville; and Dan I that It caused extensive dam- lon gave the hospital board: will force the county to purchase nate port of the land Motion I
with Free ServiceThe
without the council': to $4.980. almost a third of the McCloud.State an Department Inspector of age t/-i his 198"-63 strawberrycrop permission to contract with more of the food stuff It to accept Thomas' suggestion Crash

sanction. the total budget. lust his firm. He was told no. nerves, resulting In. an. Increase I was made by Maurice Edwards -

"It's Imperative that the Former Director Carl Rob- Agriculture the bonrd could in the price of school lunches I| and passed unanimously. -
Other witnesses for t t' ft Walnwrlpht said he older contract with Florida Public Service I Kills HamptonMan
erts was paid $6,380 Total .
per year
city and county boards work any per plate duringthe ,
company. Jones then PXplnlned .
plaintiff will Include County ed 10 tons of 4-8-8 formula Commission will hold a public
but that would drop May-June also
together." Countv Commis- considerably his period last teim New officers were
Agent O. T Husglns and and that the sacks delivered position: hearing at Stiitke\ on Sept 27
sioner Zedra Hamilton says. if the city withdraws "If that's If ranged from 36 cents at' RJE elected at the meeting: A. J. Sunday
I several Bradford Countystrawberry to him were markel: with thl1 110 you can srf to 43 on petitions for toll free service -
Us support cents at Brooker and Thomas, Jr. president: George -
"My reaction is the same somebody! I would like to 1'1.1 between the Starke
exchange -
formula After burn damage:
as the ...council's.! fort'-l When Roberts' was appointed growers.Piesentatlon : out In a minute. This! thinggotten !! Hampton. This Includes eveiything of Independent' Telephone T. Huttglns. executivevlcepresfdent James Clifford Thompson] ,
showed In his
two years ago. a srrpenlnx of Wainwright up plant.n: ;; i that goes into a plate ; CurtW Mar-
blame them. and I think the hus to : / 41S, of Hampton, died early
and the
fl'ellnlif, I Corporation
case Ls exprcteJ; to however. Wainwright salit'; labor, food, and commodities
committee mide: the recommendation / lowe and W. S. r rBIIII I Haas
majority on the county commission don't want a thin dime. 1 Koyntone Heights exchange of Sunday morning in the Gain-
the remainder of thl. that subsequent soil tests I
feel the same way. from ieveral applications ; I "Pfor onalJv. I don't think STORM ;MOVES SOIL Southern Bell.Chairman vice-president: Martha Sue eHVilla Medical Center as a
disclosed that the fertilizer
week ,
with adjourning
the court 'I
Rome people think they can The choice wa<- I'm obligated A McCain, secretary. T C result of Injuries received
delivered to him ito! provide ambulance single storm In 19.U blew, I Edwin L. ''Mason
It -approved by both the commission through( Labor Day was actually 1 Hazen Jr., treasurer, and when his pickup truck overturned -
run things but I don't see 4-8-12. with a larger service!. If I can 300 million tons of Holl from said the Commission has received -
that WIIV"There's and the city council. probably resuming Twidav percent-I (Continued ,the overplowed prairies of the the Peter J. Novak, fair manager I at 1 a.m. near the Intersection
petitions for ser-
on Page
with! testimony! or wtnPPs! fContinued on 51 t1n4tI... President Thomas suggested.that l of SR 221 and U.S.
a right way to do .__ "' 1u'_.. B.G vice from city officials of

things and .\ wrongway, andI Starke and Lawtey and theBradford the executive committee. 301.
study a change In the According to State TrooperW. !!
think the county commission Teachers Transferred County Commission.He
and the city council said, establishment. ) ) of the ciation's charter so the E. Sundbe.rg, Thompsonwas
should get: together! and:! work I toll free service would resultIn nual meeting and driving his new Ford

thIs thing out," an estimated monthly increase officers "would be held pick-up truck at an estimated -

I In rates of not less the fairThomas. : speed of 80 mph, south on
Two other corr.-mlssloners School Set To 221 toward the 301 intersec-
than 20 cents or more than was, presented witha
agreed with Hamilton: Open Tuesday 3O cents to residential tele- trophy for his contributionto tion. He lost control, ran off
"I have no objection to th* the road and skidded sidewaysinto
phone subscribers and not less the fair and the community -
city having a voice In the appointment the ditch, the truck
than 25 cents or more than 50; and his wife Jean also
and I will bay time, travelIng -
over one
sinai preparation were made The first grade at Starke the same as last year with the kindergarten cents to business telephoneiiubsi'nibers received a gift as a token of turning
thisI: am not going to ap- I for school students expected a distance of 432 feet. The
to open for Bradford's ,, Elementary hUll been, closedlout ,exception of approximately 200b' i i In the Starke exI J her patience and consideration. driver thrown 32 feet.
3,550 students Tuesday' at 87 pupils who had completed Jaycee Political 51 was
I Continued on
6 I In other action at the Wednesday | his body falling onto the road-
The CommunityState Sept. as the School Board registration through ...
Hank at Starke met Wednesday night to approve \Wednesday, Aug. 31, In action night board meeting: Forum Scheduled I l. bed of a short connecting link

teacher transfers to comply I taken the I Approval was given for f between SR 221 and US 301
Wednesday night by Next TuesdayAll
The Florida $7,900 In Seeks $186,280 I intersection.
< "with, the 10C4 Civil Rights School Board. anticipated race track near their
t tI'
Dank: of Starke Ac. I funds to be Used to finance the Thompson was picked up
A dry run of all 20 school candidates for City
I |I county's share of the Work. by an ambulance. and carried
And Three Negro instructors were | buses was scheduled for Thurs Council in the September 13 Medical

First Federal ?transferred chool In Reno from for RJB High day morning, Sept. 1. I 173 Study per Program cent will;come the remaining from the election have been invited to School Bd. HilsIntegration Center to the in University Galneovllle, wherehe

Savings & Loun formerly Kindergartens will begin I federal Offtce of Economic Opportunlty appear on the Jaycee Forumto died several minutes after
all-white faculties. Carl E. Tuesday at Brooker, Hampton I be aired on station WPXE arrival.
Will Not He State
Open Clark
will to
go Bradford Junior Lawtey. Anderson and hUE I, Department of Education in from 6 to 6:30: p. m. Tuesday. | Surviving are his widow,
l'or HusinesH to
High teach science
: for the first time In the coun- I Tallahassee Students will be Sept 6.Randy. RulesState :Marian Norman Thompson of
: ;
B. Kittles will
Monday, Sept. 5 Southaida :go to ty. Three kindergarten class J employed as custodial assistants Johns Jaycee p'esl- Hampton; his mother. "Mr.
ohysical education. Instructor as a es to be taught at Southsiiie! I library aides, and office dent. said that each candidate Jesse B. Thompson of Sanford;

Labor DayA Elementary have been delayed assistants.A will be given tune" !throe stepchildren, Sharon,

will and Maurice Starke Jenkins White for uhout two weeks becouae letter was read from the minutes tor a brief statement I Fad. up '.Ith what they. of l"lorldl.rt'coglll.t" .II:I Murray, and Joe White all
Legal Elementary
Holiday go I
as a fifth grade elementary the building Is not finished. I Ministerial Alliance. protesting followed by a period foi teimcd bureuci title\(: UucWons 1 1. That enforced racial of Hampton: and one ulster. ,

(Instructor New building at Lawtey and (school activities scheduled on questions. by federal. ofUcinls mulcin"riUlJclinei legation( 11the publk Miss Helen Thompaon of San-
LISTEN IN! JunIor on school du-seg-I schools of Florida and other i.
the renovation at uivvtey
Patrick Dunlap, who has i Sunday afternoons and Wednesday -
Jaycee ForumAll Just been employed by the High will be ready for the nights. Board meetings Southside I ifxution/ the Bradford School: states is illoKUl. and violate--: ford.Funeral services were held

Bradford Fchool Board, will go opening Tuesday Buildings at have ,been called recentlyon Board has unanimously the Constitution of the Unit- at 2 p.m. Monday in Jones

City Council to RJE j teach secondary Starke Elementary. Anderson Wednesday nights and foot- KindergartenIs passscd a resolution protesting ed States of America. Memorial Chapel with Ri-v

Candidate Will He science. Junior High, and south- lde are ball coaches have viewed the such action. 2. That compulsory sepir-: Troy Johnson officiating. In-

Heard Tuesent I ate. even though equal, terment was in Santa F" Cemletery -
by the end of September. Then school systems> for the whiteI Hampton under direction -
6:00: To 6:30 P.M.: Negro teachers have Sunday afternoons. to the Fbi ida congressionaldciegatio.i. !
Station WPXE been employed to fill vacancies w field house at BHS Is up New AltercareService Noting It always attempted public klndergarte! ?. at asks for an Investigation I I and negro I laces per lie. U no of DeWitt C. Jones.
to floor level. Southside School will not, I longer permItted. I Funeral Home.Absentee .
'to take the that th"I
at RJE that previously existed church Into consideration to see
Hear The Issues 'I' and those brougnt on by Light poles are now being Set In schedultng school I begin the first day school: I Intent of the federal, laumak- 3. That It Is imperative to I II

I iculsed! transfers.He erected on Bradford Field by l activities the Board took due opens (September 61. Con- makers who drafted the 19d4, |, change with the times. Ballots

also said it is Important the City of Starke. For Delinquent consideration., of the letter. I structlon on the rooms has", Civil Rights! Bill is being met "Thereby the Bradford I

This Space Contributed I for all concerned to bear In Bells will ring at 8:15: at i i Principal Connie Clark.defend-i not been completed and ;kmI Federal guidelines: the Board I County Board of Public Instruction Available Now

Weekly to Publicize mind that the teachers who Bradford High Tuesday: mornIng ed the practice of codches reviewing -I I deigarten furniture has not""says., call for arbitrary per- after exhaustive
Jr. has for the
when Junior high students William E. Smith 1 afternoons I arrived. and consideration Absentee ballots
have been 'transferred have films on Sunday centages" of integregattnn study long
Community Events by I agreed( to switch at the requestof will report to the gym for instruction I been appointed Regional Supervisor I when no church activities | The opening of kindergarten -. though the Civil Rights Acts I, of various possible alternatives September 13 City Election
I on class. assignmentsand in Regior 3, which! scheduled Ha said the are available at the City
the School Board None are will be del"yed or sei'- does! not did Implement a plan
The CommunityState volunteered; for the new as- the senior high studentswill Include: Bradford County, ofFlorlda's I:jco&chea had r.qu!'.*t d to be I will eliminating the dual school I Hill.' Absentee ballots may ba
I signments. report to the au tltorlum. new statewide'I I allowed to continue the prac- eral weeks. The school The Resolution state: I system. cast up until :S I P. m. Monday.

Bank Other preparation; for the EnroUment for the 1WJ6-67 Aftercare Program accord-'tlc. and the Board agreed notify patrons jy mull of the The Bradford County: I Sept 12. according to City

opening, to: term la exp= cted to be about (Continued on P lie :51 I I opening date Uuurd of Public Instruction. (Continued on Hags!! 5J] Clerk Merrill\ Edwards..


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I I II spending three weeks with Mr and Mrs.. Ai',+ F I I Bud- \ Birthday Dinner I Kindergarten THE RIGHT POINT for th i.]
1 : '
I her mother Mrs. J. D. dyl Garner will have a.- t t way you write Come In iindj
1 I Nclll. and ether) rclai Labor Day weekend iuc-iu, .11 For Mrs. A. J. EavesThe Classes Are Set U-Ii'ct" your rivorltn: KSTKi':

i lives In independence, Mo. their cottage on Santa FLake I' 1 1C 1t .. BROOK fountain, / lion. TELISi)
e Methodist Women (Kindergarten .la8s08I'ill\ GKAPH.
Dural RagsdalB returned Mrs. Garner's brother r
I School Class entertained I begin Tueadny. ,Sept. 6, ".1. the
last Tuesday! from youth) and sister-in-law. Mr and, Sunday
schools: Anderson.Jr.
camp at Leesburu where he Mrs. Furman Partln. and with a dinner on I following
GLADYS MOOTY was senior counselor. He will children of Kissimmee Tuesday evening at Collt-\ High, Broo'ker Jr. High:
Phone 964-0651 leave Friday for Lakeland KFOISTKU NOW AND!I'U'I'r. in St. Augustine honorln I Lawtey Jr. High Hampton .j
and HJB ,
where he will enter college at \ SEITK.MHKR: ; 13: FOR. Mrs' A. J. Eaves on he: Elementary '
Florida Southern. CARL III'ICST.Mr 1 birthday anniversary I '1 School.

Out of town guests( attending | John Shackelford of Tucson Miss Maymc Anderson and :.. LIK tie Da'!! has returned Attending were seven members C The opening '' Is several Mrs P. E. Stone of Arrhei after spcndln-s 10 and the telcher1rs: "Hide Elementary Kindergarten
the wedding of Lorulns Adz spending .
De Caro & Larry Elder on months at the Magnolia spent the weekend with Mrs. days with her Ki-andchlldrpti\ \\1 Hope Holliday, who presented I several lassos, will weeks be pending delayed completion for J
the honoree with a birthday :
,Aug. 19 were Mr. and MI K. Hotel. E. M. Davis. in Gainesville while her oa- 1t ( of the new classroom
S'I Mrs. J., W. Lee of Atlanta, n-law and daughter.: and'' 1 u cake and gift I
Bplnazzola and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Moore.Jr. I Ii 'construction.i Thbi: data will be home protection at ,
J Spinazzola of of Biackshcar. 01w1ll C3a. Is visiting her grandson Mia. H. O. Davis were in Mi i
and family
announced as HOCW as possible
I less cost with a
New York City, and Mr. and' spend the weekend with Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. and family ami. Recent Births: N Children kindergarten
eligible -
Mrs. Pete Stroud and family Daisy Perryman at Santa Fe this week. Mrs. J. C. Strlntrer! ant! I g gMiss gy must/ -bo five tor : Homeowners Policy.

of Greenville, Ala. Lakp. Mrs. J. R. Martin of Tl.llaha. daughter. Mrs. Ted Carrollof Bradford County Hospital: age before January 1, yearnof 1967.i ) Contact me today I Id

Mrs. Mabel Strlnsfellow Jim Ritch Is in Baltimore .Sl'e'Ilted! her patents Alachua visited/ Mr and announces the following fi +i Parents must provide transportation !!-
a visited Mr. and Mrs Homer Mfl. from Sunday to Fridayon Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dennis Mrs. H. L. HouKh last Sunday births: within the two-mile

: Brown and family In Green business. last weekend. Mr and Mrs! George, radius and since: sessions will
One Rack Of 1..a.t'It''I Urcsse Richard Griffis Lawtev. a
a Cove Springs over the week- FOR rONTINl'KIl: C'O-OP- Beverly Rlclile and MrsLeah be half-day periods, this will
: U.TIOSVITIf ALL LOCI.ORO'NI7.TIOXS Brown of Jacksonville, Sale Price $3.00 at son Richard: Burlon. Aug 27. i necessitate car pools or otherprivate
end.Mr.. visited Mrs. E. L. Crawford Stump's.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Morris E W1Illnms. -
and Mrs. J H. Wells, VOTE '. means of) transportation
Sr of Pensacola and Mr. and CARL HURST. I last week. On Sunday. Miami and Mrs. Roy Clem- Sylvanla Ga., a son, for at least one wav

Mrs. Fred Konnecke of Austin. Mr. and Mrs Edmond Ten- I Mrs. James K. Richie mons and children spent sev-\ Aug 30.BOOKMOBILE, Kindergarten children may

Texis were visiting Mr ley were Sunday guests of spent the day and Beverly( returned oral days in Miami wits' i I I ride the school! bus If they live
I. I home with them. Frank Pnrrlsh! and In Key : SCHKWI.EFALL ; r/utfrtde! of the two-mile
: and Mrs.\ M. C. Wells last Mis. W. H. Tenley In Gainesville. '' rn- I iI
a week Nate Dyal spent Sunday West with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howell AN dlus as long as there Is space
: with Mr. and Mrs Clarence :Mills.\ i BRADFORD COUNTY i ore the bus. Cafeteria lunches
Mrs. Edmond Ten- Archie Green of Chicago \ H
Mrs. VT. O. TIaile had Becomes Bride
Orlando, and a.
a ley ani: Sherry Wilson will 111. will arrive Friday for a Melton 2nd and 4th Mondays Sandra Lee Stewart will not be served to Kindergarten -
leave Saturday morning fore ten-day visit with his mother. brought back Mrs. Berry Dy- Friday overnight guests, hergranidaujshter. Of H. J. Patton Lawtey: Junior High School children.A | WILLIAMSPhone
al and Mrs. Mandy Smith ;: :; Miss Sandra To Wed BubyMiss '
New Orleans 12 to 1:15, C. Anderson f'
where Sherry( Mrs. L. J. Green. noon : C. materials supply fee ot 961-5391
Halle, and grandson, Mike
: will enroll In the Juliette Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W. Ritr-li' who there.REmSTKH spent. the past week Italle. and Miss Jannie Le- Mica Charlotte Ann Howell, Junior High 2 to Sandra/ Lee Stewart:, $2.50 per semester will be required J 117 N. Wah.ut St.
a Mather School of Nursing will spend:! the long \\'el.'kt'l1'IIn daughter/ of Mr. and l Mrs. 2:30: p. m. daughter of :Mr. and, Mra.
Vine. enroute to each child.
with the Southern Baptist t Hondersonville. N. C. anc1: : TfOW AND They were Rhymer R. Howell of Starke 2nd and 4th Fildays! -I John B. Stewart Jr., and of
i :Hospital. While there they bring[ back Mrs. L. A. D.wl'who VOTE SEPTKMHKR: 13 FOIlCARL FSU in Tallahassee, wherfls.s became the bride of Harry i Brooker School, 9:25: to 10l.r.: Thomas A. Buby, son of Mrs. For" further Information,,' STATE FARM JUII
:\ Halle who has been on Firs and Casualty Comp/
I will IH'KST.Mr. Joe Patten of Gainesville, son Graham I Ml'' Lefev- !contact t elementary "schoolprloclpala. 11 mwu u
visit Sam C Tcnly. On has spent the slimmer a. m. Mary Buby Smelser of Starke. Horn OfflMi Bloomlngton.Mllnoii
the Dean's List for two :!,
: their return trip they wli' there and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton years of Mr. and Mrs Harry C. ers'l, 10:30: to 11 a. m will be united in marriage on .
a 'visit W. R. Walters who is In Mrs Levon Andrews and and: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will begin her Junior year. Patton of Orlando, on July 11 Hampton School. 11:13: to Saturday, Sept. 3, Ht 10 O-
: an Atlanta hospital. children Jimmy and Joy B. Hamilton and family Mr. and 1 Mrs. A. R. John- ,at' 7:30: p.m. In "the MadisonStreet 12:30.: Starke Library, 1:50: 'clock In the morning. in 'rhe
ion had as guests last weekMr. :
a Mr. and Mrs. James Ryder returned last Tuesday after:' spent the weekend at SaltS Baptist Church. Rev. Schedule in effect Monday. Cathedral; at St. Augustine.A .
and Mrs. Lee Johnson
Flbcrt: M. Howell[ formedthe
: and daughter of Coral Gable! :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly( I'hllf! and son of Miami and Mr pel Sept. 12 by Santa Fe Heg- reception will ba held immediately II I NOTICETHE
a were weekend guests of Airs and son. Kevin, of Otinesville 1'.1el'l'11Futch' \ and dau h" lonal Library. after the ceremony I,
and Mrs.!! O. W. Johnson of the altar were
: Jo Wilson at Klnustey Lnke ter. Martha, of Tallahasseeand Flanking: In the Ponce do Leon Motor '|
the weekend with
spent Tampa. The O. W. Johnson'smoved two baskets. of white gladioli 1'1 1'1I..odge.
a FOR CONTINCEI1 PRO his parents. Mr and Mrs. J. son Charlie of Sf. Petersburg '
to Gainesville! the latter mums and pompoms againsta
: OKFSS! RE-KIJKCT |D A II la .,'I R. Kelly at their collate on I spent the_ weekend I part of the week. background! of pnlm trees I Ci..sey said, "but finally I
Ht'RST. Bedford Lake.riLI with Mr. and Mrs. c. A agreed to do At
so our request -
FOR rONTINI'ED: P1WiKKss i and branched candelabra. !
: (; : IU -I<:I.C'l'; I KAKLHfKST. ; :Mrs. L. A. Cnrnvn, org .'1ist. In order that wn could :-onduct by disturbing the
I Joe Olssy attended the with Federal guidelines to a fine ot[
a comply peace, sentenced
I music the
Southern Soils Workshop in played nuptial as ot( in Jail. WORSHIP SERVICE
Local admittances, to Bradford : guests assembled and accompanied for the Integration $27.50 or to five days
: Greenville Miss from Sundayto County Hospital the the soloist., William faculties." Hattie Mae Tribblt. disorderly -
:. ; Vote For Wednesday. past week were: Eollne An- '' ;Ba'nca. L. H. Gibson had charm of conduct by disturbing Sunday, Sept. 4-11 A.M.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd
... and daughter Suzanne are ita Smith, Mrs\. Beverly M.I Miss Sandra Howell! ) attended ''l- the program and introducedAldro the peace, sentenced to a fine AND EVERY SUNDAY THEREAFTER: :
vacationing in Tennessee and Bryan and Mrs. Lilly Ann her cousin as maid t of honorin R. Zelayo, foreign exchange of $27.50 or to five; days in
-. Johns of Starke: Walter Wilson student from Paraguay jail.
a long yellow fea.turing -
4. A Man Who Will Stand gown
Washington.! D. C. this week AT
.. voluntary
of Melrose: and Troy P a Into bodice and South America who Truman Harris
On Ills Own Two Feet and Mrs. Harry and empire
4. Raulerson of Brooker.Mr. Hklrt. Her will attend school hers thi.+ intoxication sentenced to a
-- ; Represent YOU At All daughter. Gent, and Jackie and Mrs. C. A. San- crepe voll was held matchingnose In place year. Also ,guests! at this fine of $37.50 or to five day. St. Anne's Church

-. t ,. Times A Man Who Tunes were sightseeing in horn of Laake Worth are with a rosette in her hnir. meeting were members of the In Jail Episcopal
e.e Will Not Cater To Any Central and West Florida the /guests of their son-in-law. She carried n bouquet of yellow Joseph Warren family will Honor Le Dllllno-er. 1m

Select (iroup and Will (.let first of 1 the week. and clauihtpr! Mr. and Mrs.,, feathered t carnations. and whom Aldo will make his proper start, sentenced to a KEYSTONK: HEIGHTS, FLORIDA
FOR fovTi.NTKn { velvet leave home during the( school tpl'ln.Mayor's fine of $12.50.
ALL The Facts lief ore Harry Mooty from Thursdayto Ivy
I Tuesday. I The bride, given In marriage Terry Allan Parrish. reckless -
: ti Making A Decision. OKO.VNI/ATIONS Everyone Invited To Come
w ti ,
y Miss Martha Sanders left by her father, wore a CourtEight driving by an Imuu'opPI'start
e CARL. llt'RHT.Albert "' I I Sunday for Tallahassee\ white peau do sole gown over sentenced to a fine of 1
And 1
KNISP of !Miami. : I Hear The Word of God '
I where :;hp will begin her bridal: taffeta featuring an I $1250 .
formerly of Stake recently Junior year at FSU. I empire waist with straight! / cau.es'ere\ heard b,vl''i Lloyd Davis drlvim without -

W. H. left for a two months visit Mr. and:! Mrs. W. T. WcpkNj'''skirt iiml chnppl train attached Mayor RandAl Chitty in a license, sentenced( ''l ta>>> For Further Information Contact : J
NOEGELM with relatives In East Germany of Tallahassee and daughter.: |I to her shoulders.! Her fingertip Mayor's Court" Tuesday night;; : fine of $27.50 or to five

and n tour of several! Julie and !son, Billy, spent veil of illusion was attached Ronald Bitch disordrrl-! ;; days in jail.! RICHARD O. MEYER, VICAR I
Billy European countries. the week at the Dell Cottage/[ | to a tiara of seed conduct sentenced to a fine I
She of $27.50 or to five days In: OUR REDEEMER: LUTHERAN CHUnCHI
Mrs. E. L Matthews and on Klnu.sley/[ Lake as guest i pearls. carried n bouquet THE RIGHT POINT for the
daughter. Betsy Mrs' W. FMiddleton ci Mrs.! Joe Wilson. They returned !of white feathered carnations jail.Albe't
Route 2 Box 7C
urlte. Com In and, Phone 7: 2-1323
: way you
and Miss\ Madne:!! homo by the way of and phalnenopslH! \ orchids.A McDutfy dl ol'dc'I.'onduct !.\v", select. fuvnrltp KSTFRP.ItOOK ,
CITY I your -
Middleton have returned Gainesville where Billy will reception was held nt ( by profane and in ', fountain/ pen. TKLE-: Lake City, Florida
from a ten-day visit with enter the U. of F. the home of Mr. And Mrs Lester i decent language not sulltv GRAI'If. .1.1'fo
: GROUP 3 Mrs. Matthews' son-in-law Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Bass- Clews where seasonal ,I Leroy Hardy disorder] ,

-- and daughter. Airman and dale returned home last week flowers highlighted points of I

: "I Need Your Support andWon't Mrs. John M.' Miller and after spending two weeks) In Interest in the pnrty rooms '
children In Burkburnett Ft. Pierce and Okeechobeewith The bride's\ table was covered I|
Texas. friends and relatives, with a white outwork cloth ASK YOURSELF
: Forget It"Pd. KKKP .\ QI'U"'IEDsn and came back through Cross; over yellow and held a wedding \ !!

E:XI'nlt: :.' ('En MAX: IX OFFICE City where they spent the ': rake topped with a bride -- -
: ; RR-KI.KCT: ; CARL weekend. He conducted night: and groom at one and a five'I
r ( Pol. Adv ) I I branch candelabra at the oth- ;:
services at the Meth-
end j t
I odist Church where he was: j er which was decorated J tt

-- .- -..- formerly pastor and was with white carnations and t
: --- -.- --- -.. 1' guest speaker at the 1\.11.1.110-1\ (1 John white Stine'satin, 'Miss streamers.!: Gnrbett Mrs.
: Kay
f" .'"\ .. dist Men's Club Monday

- :" .," ",'j 1//'" 't k I STOCK AVERAGES' I'I night.Tom Crawfoi-l of Jack on-I|'I land',the Miss cake bowls Peggy. rreslci'ng were Crenshnw' Miss at Bnr.I cut thopura'h NEIL ?

I. .1: II vile spent Sunday with hi.'bars/ Edward n.ncllIIS Linda TIICKER( ? I

.- '. .... -. mother, :Mrs. E. L. Crawford i I I I Patton. Little Miss Koline
Mrs Uoberl Gcnereux and
Green P"11"e.t'out rice
- { 1" .. bags!
: '. ', I children of West Sprln felrl.; I I Allan Sharon Howell. slater of
Mass are spending two
- the bride, kept the bride'sbook.
: 4"'Ir. I weeks with Mr. and Mrs I I CITY COUNCILMAN-GROUP 3 :,
Robert Green.
.. Following a wedding l trip tni f
.. KKKP; : A QfI.FIF.1JSIt
North Carolina Tennessee
i I
w I .? EAPEKIENTEO; : IN OF-I'i the. couple Is residing :at -HJ! i
KICK RK-ELKCT: C A .,I SW 13th Street, Gainesvlll Here's

: I 1 .. I IH'KST.! I where *Ir. Patton, Is a pharmInclm IVhy

. '. '. Mrs. George Flynn Sr I at McCollum's Drug .
I. .... i and Mrs. George Flynn Jr.I j I Store.

: .'. : : and Neva Jayne visited Mrs' i I
I : R. O. Kldd and family at Ft ,!

I t Wednesday.Walton Sunday through:: ;)I Casey AsksPublic The Candidate Best Qualified For The Job.

r !Mr. ant: Mrs' Sin'ley Var- I PatienceAt

I I : nes, Mrs B. E. Mathews, and 16 Years As Public Accountant Rendering Financial Advice To The
I : : ,Ja..: Mrs J. A Howe[ of Lakeland I Rotary Club
I were weekend guests of :Mrs Public. Holder of Bachelors Degree in Accounting.

B. A. Newiionie. Mrs Howe'! understanding Knowledgeable In Auditing Practices
I 66- daUhlel.1for i Patience and: Enabling Me To Understand
remained with her !
of the
; tw t : on the part City Finances.
an extended visit.
r, public during this time of
I Playtex Bran Avail thlp AtStump's.
...- .AI.. '. .. ... Integration of school faculties -
I ,","+'!;joo ......... -r.w.. was called for by
- I ,. ,,:. J" t Suzanne Johnson of Live School Superintendent T L. I Firmly Believe The Elected Officials Are BoundTo

... ........ '. "'i ,..,: ',1i. .,,a...,....,.. Oak and Bill Odom of Jacksonville Casey In a talk before the Duty
- II ... .. ... .... ..,..:. ....\......,"."<.. '. .., visited theirgrand:: Rotary Club Wednesday.

- I ", r, v ., parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D Casey said that race relations Keep The Voters Informed

: I f, ;, ', t tE t" Ortom, last week in the community had:
- ,. ." ..l, Mrs. George! Jones and been so fine thus far he hoped
children of Jacksonville I II
- -
. I It II. : : this new phase would \be( accepted -

:: .. ,,::':.I"ff / end.!ited Clyde her Priest parents.over Mr.the and week Mrs. cooperation.hi the He same emphasized spirit of I Also Believe] In Getting A Dollars Value For A Dol-.

: that none! of the teachers being

I '- -. .., aw M. ... : 't S Stump's.Playtex Bras Available At transferred either lar Spent.
white to colored or coloredto
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier visited \ -
white sl'haols-had sought
I WHY GAMBLE Mr. and Mrs c. T. New- these positions."They .
some in Jacksonville

weekend. over the ]| to were make the actually chance' reluctnnt "- No Individual Or Small
WITH THOSE PRECIOUS SAVINGS Mrs. Walla Lipsey has re-j I Groups Of Individuals Will Dictate -

tured from two weeks visit

I Put Them Where They Are Safe And Where Hodsre.with her in sister.Panama Mrs City.G. C COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH To Me. However\ I IViU\ Always Welcome The Ad-

: Your Principal Won't Diminish! I mencement In the recent program summer at com-Lake Published every Thursdayat vice Of Any Citizen.

.. City Junior College and 138 W. Call St., i iI

Forest Banger School, Mrs Starke, Fla. 32091
: I (Not To Mention The Generous 4l/z' Anticipated Bill Costello graduated summa
postage paidat
: Quarterly Earnings.) cum laude with the highest Starke, Fla. I Believe In
I academic honors in her clasv a Representing All The People.My 1
I Playlet Bras Available At Subscription Rates:

Savings and Loan Association M. Stump's. In trade area: J3.50 per

s ( ( year: $2.00 six: months. Main Purpose For Seeking This Office Is To RenderA t

: 'kJ/ OF STARKE I THE niGHT POINT for the E, L. Matthews, editor and
,, I! way you write. Come In and Service To The
- 11. .. :; publisher! Community In Which I Live.
"' eject fitvorlt E TF.n-
your ;
--- 218 North Temple t Ave -:- Phone 961-0500 Outside trade area.: $4.00
..BROOK fountain TELE
_:. If GRAPH. i I I per year: $2.25 six months. I (Pd., Pol. Adv.) '


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I Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Marcia Lynn Haynes Exchanges Vows for the !guests: were Mrx. J. R. Saturday. Sept. 3, at th>- I Altar SocietySt. Party
I \Vftmw"lghl.II'" ; Charles home of Mrs Sawyer.
Q Feted At LuncheonOn With Mr. Welch In First MethodistThe Darliy. AIi-i." T. H. Sliulc., ;.Mrs. All members are urged; to Edward's Altar Society Eaves

w K. L. :Matthews:. Mrs. J. R. bring persona who are Interested will hold its next meeting:; at
Birthday First Methodist Church llpi sara --o'--.r ketch, :Mrs. Andrea Eaves celebrated
> George' !: HugfflnM: In joining the club.. the Parish Hall] on Tuesday
I was the Betting for the beau Mrs Charles Sawyer Mrs her fifth birthday Tuesday
BIRRS of Anyone who is Interestedand Sept B, at 8 p. m
Mrs. Bobble tiful wedidng of '!Marcia\ Lynn Eugene Shaw. Miss Lillian has not been contacted when her mother. Mrs. A. J.
GLADYS MOOTY Starke and Mrs. George Rob- Haynes daughter of Ur. and Stump Mrs. Robert GI'een.I I I for her
i Eaves, gave a party
Is to call memberof :
Phone 964-0651 erts Sr. of Lawtey entertained 1.11'O.\ L Haynes of Starke, ;.Mis. Randy Johns Sirs. Bob I i the :club. any Executive BoardThe in the morning: at their homeon

with a luncheon on Wed- to Bobby Wilson Welch son KeiKiiHfin. Mrs.: Jimmy MartHa: i i1 : Bay Street.
nesday '>f last week, at the ,of (Mr. and Mrs. W. W. W<>irh Mis, GrnriiP" Miller, Mrs. Merrill I Executive Board of Andrea and her little

'' home of the latter, honorinJ of Jackson Aliss. on Krid'ty Strut" h, :Mrs. A, N llollltlnv. Miss Strickland the Starke Woma.n'Ciuo/! friends enjoyed outdoor

4 Mrs J W. Andrews on her night. Aug. 2B, at 7:00: p.m. I MrH. Jade Bnrrv :Mrs. will meet Thursday, Sept.. 3. hours
Is Honor Guest games during the party
w birthday anniversary.The Rev. John R. Brabham of Fort .k-ronic Johns unit Misses Judy at 3:30: p. m. in the clubhouse and had refreshments of
dining table was cov- Lauderdale former pastor of "','kh 1 and Anita Welch Prosiding At Bridal ShowerMiss Ice
I anJ
birthday cake punch
linen outwork the local church, performedthe rte! (the
ered with a lit punch bowls All board:! members are! cream, after which the chil-
cloth, and was centered with ceremony.The woe, Misses Suzanne' Judd, Josie Strickland urged to attend avrrs.
dren given party
the birthday cake. altar was decorated M.irjciiret Cot son Marloninrn. bride-elect, was honored with i (

Luncheon was served buf- with baskets. of white mums, (:! Eugenia: Klciml: l, June a miscellaneous\ shower on -

fet style and guests were snapdragons and carnations Adams ami Mrs Dewnyne Mc- Monday evening at the Fellowship -'' > Notebook $.7.50 at the' A riaMHlflml' in the :!:LE-
against a background of palms, 11.
seated at Individual tables HIII- Hall of the First
for four which were centered chcfprleria, and magnolia. After spending! some time Christian Church. Hostesses -i'ELCORAPH. (Jlt.U'II brings result' !

with yellow carnationsand Lighted tapers in branched with their guests the couple for the occasion were Miss .
yellow and white pom- candelabra cast a soft glow left on .1\ wddlPK. trip to South Dorothy Alvarez Miss Elaliv -r '

poms. over the setting. t v Fli'nda., The bride chose for Colson Mrs Charlie. Cowen,
Miss Janice Morseof
Enjoying occasion Kathryn traveling a Navy blue suitwith ,.
this Mrs Lonme Fullwood, MrDan
Foley, Ala, organist rendered Let's Give A Business- 1
red accessories and the
with the hostesses and the Harley Mrs. E. T. Prevatt -
| music' as
oree were Mrs. O. L. Ha/nes. I guests assembled and accompanied orchid 1 from her bridal bou- !Mrs. Charles Reese, and man's Approach To

i Sr., Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. I the soloist, Mrs. David qiK't. Mrs Charles Zipperer.One ,
Frazier Shaw, Mrs. Will Edwards They will reside at BOn dur- Our City Government.Let's .
Cavnn of Dectaur Ga. name was: played:!
Mrs. W E. Toroda. :Mr.: Welch attended his son Shelton; Ave., Hattlesburff, ing the evening and a prtx:

: Jr.. Mrs. John Torode Mrs as best man and the ushers Mini, where they will resume awarded to Mrs. Louise Streamline OurCity's ,,
Pauline Torode. Mrs. Vernon De- their studies at William Carey -
Stevenson of
were Scott Strickland. Refreshment
L r4 Sllcox. Mrs. H. C. Brown entur. Ga., cousin of the bride, r College. were served from a (table. covered Operations and

Mrs. George Roberts Jr.. and Jerry Welch, brother, of the with a white cutworl& : Save Thousands 0 f

a Mrs. Effie Miner..Luncheon groom, Jimmy Manila sad '. Junior Club Plans cloth which was centered '

J Jody Pennock, all of Jackson Fall Activities with a crystal punch !Jowl Dollars -

Given Miss. i surrounded by a garland (of
Mrs. Scott Stevenson of :.,'
! ,
coral vine and greenery. Silver -
For Bridesmaids .')' I The Junior Woman's Club
113t..t Deratur. Ga. served her cousin
,1 '
candelabra .tl1 pink
matron of honor )Miss Anne \, 4 4a I' will hold Its first executive <
," as ,. /
a y dFvi Of Miss HaynesMrs. .1' 1 board meeting of the ne'vyear tapers flanked the arrange-
attended as junior '
I' bridesmaid Haynes 'and bridal attendants "r" ),"1. I! at 8 o'clock: tOnight mcnt.On the Rift! cable wa \W.I

;. Carl Fvomhaaen ol. were Miss Hope Holll- .. a I I Thursday 1 at the home ofMis. an arrangement of pink roses
} Clearwater and Mrs Geoi-ae, Mrs. Cowen aid) Mrs Full- DODD
day the bride's cousin, and : 1t. :Wayne Whiffen on
i Stevenson of Decatur. Oa Miss Mary Bellinger. KiiiKsley Lake. wood presided at 'theTtuncTR
entertained at a bridesmaid; ; (Bin)
The bridal attendants were :1 j' The first regular meeting bowl.The
las )
luncheon Thursday of 70 guests Included
gowned alike in aqulfioOE of the club will be held l
week' for their niece, Miss!'I Mrs. Phylls Strickland, mother .
1 1
Carolyn Jean McKinney Becomes Bride \ length chiffon over taffeta I .ri Thursday, Sept. 8, at 8 o'-
Marcia Haynes, at Holiday with empire bodice outlined of the honoree and Mrs.

Of William Redding In Evergreen Church Inn.Table in a blue and green, flowered: a clock In will the be club Mrs.house. Oene Hostesses Edwin Williams mother of City Councilman---Group 5

decorations carried' applique scoop neckline, cap Shaw Mrs. Ous KopelOiisos, the brideRioomelect.The .
Wedding vows were exchanged \the bride's cake and Diane Cox I out the color scheme of aqua sleeves with full watteau back hostesses presented th?

by Carolyn Jean McKinney served at the unch table. :' and yellow, the same as the panel; in chiffon. They wore .. .. .-- '. .- ..." and Mrs. Bobby .Sapp. honoree with a portable hand Will Work On This' Principle' For A
and William (Billy) Reddingin I Miss Elaine Redding kept bride selected for her attendants headpieces of double bows of I The membership and toc- mixer as a memento of the
ium orchid corsage. lal committees of the club,, More Efficient Administration.
a double ring ceremony on the bride's book. Party favors at aqua silk organza centered ,i occasion
Saturday. Aug. 6, at 4 p.m. I After spending some time each place were miniature! I with an open rose and bluiher Mrs. Welch mother of the under the chairmanship ol

in Evergreen Baptist Church with their guests the couple bridesmaids, and a center- veils of Illusion and car- groom was attired in a blue Mrs Charles Sawyer, wll!: I (Pd. Pol. Adv.

The pastor, Rev. Walter ]left for a short wedding trip piece of Shasta daisies, yel- ried bouquets of yellow rosebuds crepe floor length gown with t I have a luncheon for prospective Plastic Notebook "'.ISO at the

Mat his, officiated. to South Florida. low gladioli, and carnations.The > and ivy which she wore a cymbidlum members at 12 noon TELJCGKAPII..
The bride Is the daughterof I :Mrs: Redding!,: chose for Little MIllS Stack Renee orchid corsage.A l I ---- -
hostesses presented to
Mr. and Mrs Bufol'dIc- traveling a white two-piece Mardls, niece of the bride- reception was held in
Kinney of Starke. Mr. Redding I suit with red accessories complemented the bride-elect a silver lazy groom, served as flower girl Fellowship Hall where guest,
is the son of Mr. and with a corsage of susan as a memento of the in an aqua taffeta A-Hne were greeted at the door by

Mrs L,. A Redding of Law- red roses from her bridal bou- occasion after which Mis dress with empire bodice and Mrs. II. H. Adams nnd Mrs. 1!.

tey. I que Arrangements of white The young couple now reside to her attendants. basket of yellow rose petals. In the receiving lin.i, WIMT,-

mums and gladioli, against a : on Route One Lawtey.. I Given In marriage by her I members. of the wedding. pur-'

background of palms, were I HaynesWelchRehearsal father, the bride was lovelyin ty and, the parents of the bride dPtv

used\ in derorating the altarof I Loraine DeCaro PartyMr. a white, floor length gownof and. groom. I .

the church. peau de sole with scoop The bride's table was over-
Nuptial music was provided I \Veds Larry Elder neckline and long pointed laid with organdy over MitlnVtlth
by Mrs. Fred, Moore, pianist. EdwardsMiss and Mrs. W. W. Welchof sleeves that tapered to the scallops> of smilax and
In St. Jackson. Miss' entertained -
Given in marriage by her wrists. The empire bodice centered 1 with a throe tieiv" 1 1I r
father, the bride wore a floor at a rehearsal dinner following -
DeCaro. had appliques of Chantilly lace, wedding cake topped with i iI iI
length gown fashioned withan Loraine May De the wedding rehearsalof and 'was embroidered with I I I miniature bride and'( gro.imI .'

organza and lace bodice daughter of Mrs. Marge O'Neal their son. Bobby to Mar- seed!!. pearls.. The back wan I The two punch tables! held.t
with a square scalloped 1 neck- Caro. and Larry cllHaynes on Thursday emphasized at the waist with j silver punch. bowls on one end soy. Uti
line accented with Irrldescen.ts. Elder, son of Mr. and Mrs E. evening, August 25. at the
lace appliqupa nnd detachable !and silver candelabra. 'center, t &
The sleeves ended, in O. Elder! were united in l Holiday Inn. I "'
long I "scalloped, chapel train. Hoi- I ed with an epemn.'tte" hued
calla)] lily points over the I man iggr. Friday evening.1 Arrangements of yellow anJ veil of Illusion was attachedto I with white and yellow mumsat ,, angler l
The bouffant skirt of I Aim. 19. at B o'clock In St. C
wrists. white summer cut flowers I n crown of seed pearls. She the other end.
]lace tiers into a chapel I Edward's Catholic ChU1 ch.
centered the dining table. carried a white satin covered
i :Mrs.: David Scott .Jr Mri\ "*
rain and featured a full I The ceremony was performed The twenty-five uue.its Included Bible topoed with a whiteorchid I''A. J. Scot, :Mrs. Cnrl,) From Isctu"Mel

apron-shaped overskirt of I by Father Allen Foran. the members of tlvweddinnr and white rosebuds. Ihngen I nnd Mrs. Charles Scott" a
sheerest organza edged with I I The church alter was the immediate her ,
party Mrs Hnynes chose for aunts of the bride cut the
lace.The I flanked fov two large bases of families, and out-of- daughter's wedding a gold ibrlflo'i fako. MIH.: J.imes. Brcl- S IT'S THE HOTTEST RACE ..42s'0

bride's veil was a two- I 1 white gladioli: and white town guests. chiffon floor length gown er kept the brMp's book As- q9 AND CARP'S HAS 'EMI!

tier pouf of illusion attachedto I pom poms interspersed with complemented with a cymhid-! silting In serving ind < u n'j 2
a forward cap of pearls plumosas fern. ti s e3b
nnd trldesren.ts., forming an Miss Dee Walters played a I Iproltl"am 9aY' 6Re9 Knit Shells

open flower. Her bouque. was of nuptial music., Slimy
of white carnations and l red, and accompanied the soloist. ( Add Charm and BeautyTo

sweetheart roses" placed on a Terrell of Keystone
Mrs. Ken .
white Bible. I Heights. Bathroom 299 a
Your r
Miss Gloria McKinney was
by her ,
Given In :
matron of honor, and Carol '
Jean Cox the only at- uncle. John Splnazzola. the FAtt wa..hnh'n' .
was I 1011% Nylon Completely
bride wore a floor length: With These Thick' says'(
tendant. They were attired in \! Lovely soul colors of navy plum> +
floor< length sheath gowns In 'I' (down: of Ice blue satin. with The : S\\\\t t 5 Muck, white, I covered
white bodice vas l
on pink art
Donald Reddish served white lace, and featured full Luxurious S\\ d xriT; :..,, ".,, ,,

bearer and Joy length sleeves. The skirt was /SS ,
ring a"\\ I
at the hem line. I ''N U.S.A.CANNON. 1:Y ri'r v1
sister of the groom, appllauert! MADE Jsfiifr \99 r a.Y 'd 1 I PI

flower( girl. She wore n. street In her hair she wore a white I \ t 1

length dress of white on blue lace rose, to which was attached Towels by '"'0.001' h 11, 1 .s i A
fingertip veil of iI11I.lon \ 1 ; t
nnd carried a basket of ronejietnls. a 1f. s3to ; sal'
S\tt' .
TIT bouquet was n S"0"1\ ,,0,4,

A recorption' WI H held at the ('asl'ade'f white roses and i \ vp1 06'1' \ ,
home of the bridegroom's : stephanotis, with streamers \0'Q'' taidst
'Maderics'Bath \" '
cn.ts following the .' ()par-I I of Ivy and puffs of tulle Cannon ,\ .. ...o ,'01, s Mm
Tho bride's table was Miss Unda Thornton served '' tolota' a4 has\ .Silas w dI

rr.' 1 with white linen, and as bridesmaid, wearing! : :a Towel 1.79 adl
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centered l by a three-tiered\ pink chiffon !gown over taffeta j. )' NEW FALL

wending rake topped by ,a fashioned with an em- < ,
Hand Towel..e..994 t I r
miniature bride and groom.: pire waist featuring a pink
Mrs Dewey McKinney cut chiffon how which fell into .Iey'.a yti's. .a Handbag Fashions

B train at the bark! : Her ;k. Wash Cloth..49ct

pink flowers Shasta were: dal..ICpUffs a cascade of of a r !>h.avyw.!gM beauty, 10))J ol tl throughout America I, \\o'j\ $ I i 299 AND 499I
r j Th. graceful, design i.i warm in ...look. kwily on "'-C ..
nrt streamers of Ivy. I r r either' .id.. I r.arr.-.m.. .. .,..:..;...,s'y-t ; _*_ *in.*v.ry'rainandt..Ivn..Mre.
The flower !girl was Debbie '"' 9 houldvr tlyisstapauch.t.ta' turf for fall I
Jackson of Gainesville 11 1 r .yw.-.s,. t/

I who carried a small white ieT I CpaYl

lace basket of white rose a i I kalcE GIRL'S SCHOOL DRESSES

I petals. I I o'f01\ ;\ ,. X11lr
I Kenny Elder served his ./ % at tv I 01 '1 \0".. 11\0\ Sizes: ;11-Lx $2-99 To $5.99
and \\II.\
brother best man
as i !I\I'
1 t it a \\; .o"i" 7 to 12GIRL'S
Slatksa twiildS .
ushers were Don Pettenl 'and I so ,
ll d1.(
1 Phil EldT. also a brother of ".osi 16 "...., M...O\J\ $1.99
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the brld"zroom. xx '\ \'A\06.I.
Charley : '
1 The bride's mother. Mr/! ;I0'1.. 1' Kodel & Cotton Full Slips-Sl/c. !* t to 11 1GIRL'S
i DeCaro wore a street length 1 S's4'

E. war, I dress of peach chiffon, with _1 ? PANTIES 39c
a corsage of white carnations t
Johns i :
I Vit.i Fine Cotton Knit Sizes: :2 to 11
Mrs Elder mother of the II
bridegroom wore a two-piece t 4
w fur. belle lice suit, and a corsage I o t
of whit carnations. : FINE QUA I'
about this question : I i A rereptlon was held! 1m- \ MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S STYLISH NEW t

We are taking bids on a medi> tev! after the ceremony' 'Diamond Fantasy'1 ;, ; Underwear
i In St.;: Edward's recreation FALL SPORT SHIRTS ,
job I've CANNON
hallThe!! a r I e'4/ 1-St'S\'
that contractors sometimes bride attended Brad- I INCLUDINGNIRONS
low bid, Bath Towel.$1 r ;; sz 2a05 "
back out on a ford County High School and 99 o
fail t to( pay their labor( and Misaey Business College in 3 f01ln.'EfS Tr.m.rtd.u .orl".n'" of Ih. 'laUit Ivy 2 j

material bills, or even walk I Jacksonville.. Elder graduated I Hand Towel..594 K Ntl and regular, t.lid iryUt.colon: and Neat(foncivt.fitting, w Manynoiron .v.
off of an uncompleted job. from BUS and the 4S ''11... 3n. ..S, M, If XL.NOIRON. 3.9CJ
Should we insist on u Contract University of Florida ani IsemplovM Wash Cloth..294 Ask For 3 Fog I '
as a draftsmanwith
Bond to protect us r SIMPLICITYPATTERN
Pettlbone Industries if I SLACKS '
against such a default 1 Greenville.! Ala., where the Ixtra largi 24 by d4.I". Th. magnificent ajs ,. 4.
diamond. d.d ign ft woven in.Chae .r "I.C dr,.
Charley] E. Johns I couple' will!) reside! I >. from its glorious, dMj cetori.IT'S No. 5963 oi'Eti; l.'" TJL CONTINENTAL STYLED > '

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Tornado Gridders Continue To Draw Praise From Coaches Spray Get CampaignTo Fire AntsAn particularly section Huggins of Bradford said In the the Highland County.eradica-

tion program calls for the

Continuing to praise the son Paul McLeod, and David Tackle Ronnie Tomlin- Pound-for-pound, coaches "Both are working real Leod and David Shannon gate for $1.50. aerial spraying campaignto fire spraying: of 10 thousand ac-

work of his grldders, tlv I, Shannon are looking extremely I son, though he has been ill, I I'the says. Onaim Is the toughest hard and have shown great ,,I look good at running backs. Season passes for reserved.: ant eradicate will the be Imported condusled; rer in northern Bradford
Head Tornado! Coach David I, good Nurse says, has been the best hustler on player on the squad Improvement over the' Sophomore Billy Belote laI seats are also on sale now for in northeast Florida, according County
Hurse says his boys still l..#'ok and quarterback Wayne) :\tcI team this week, Griffith Tackle Ronnie Tomlinson spring," Coach Sexton says I looking good backing them $9 from any cheerleader. to Bradford County He asked the commissionfor
good as they prep for the I Leod's ability! to hit them Is says. He and Jim Godwin I also gets the nod from Offensive Both can also fill in at guardto lup i i and .it quarterback. Agent O. T. Hugglns. an allocation of $1.000 to
September 16 opener with I' improving each day. I me doing real good jobs at. Line Coach Mike Sex- lend depth there as well 1 Randy Joyner, the most experienced help defray expenses, and the
In recent to the
Macclenny The public is invited to the Important defensive ton for the top spot offensively as to th>! center position. I back, and sophi a report
"One of our most pleasant watch practices, as always tackle posts."Bonnie's Joey Reese and Satrly I i Tex Patrick are looking Rood Wives Challenge County Commission, Hugglns I request was taken under ad.
said that infestations of the
features Is the leadership: Coach Hurse states. the kind: that's "He's never Idle: wants to Sanderson are the probable at fullback. Belote and Patrick Hubbies TuesdayTo vlaement.
ant have spread in this area,
displayed by co-captains Jim Seniors Ronnie TomIIn- got to be doing something. be In there all the time." starting offensive centers are on the varsity, but
Godwin and Roger Chilson," son 172 pound tackle, and even in practice; he's always Sexton says. Sexton says. Senior rookie both are working real hard Softball DuelNancy's
Hurse says Larry Brown 190 pound: in there doing something," There is more depth at Larry Brown will give both and both will see a lot of action ..... """ '
Griffith says.Middleguard. tackle than at positionon to about-he's the head mentor says. Flowers and Good- ;,
The Tornadoes are now: rookie end were tabbed by any plenty worry 1'I
the team with tabbed fast and willing to Quarterback Wayne Mc- man Gulf, winner and run- ; : ; I
practicing: once a day. Practice Defensive Line Coach Tony Andy Maytoncan except end 35 I Ii'
sessions have been devoted Griffith as doing the best play anywhere on the Tomlinson 172; Godwin hit. Toagh little Plen Gnann Leod is still Improving each ner-up of the Women's Soft- ., f; r
heavily to the passing jobs defensively this week. line. He is backed up by Eddie 190 and Mayton, 190 all will also see action here. day."His ball League, will play a challenge J
game which Hurse says Is'' Brown is looking real Stancil and Wayne Blank- fighting for the two slattingberths. "Joey and Sandy are the passing has already ] game against their, \ :
improving each day. tough at defensive enl:: : he I enship who are both hust All are experienced, two finest receivers a ball improved 50 per cent since husbands Tuesday night ':. I
'If" tine, uuys continue to catches on real fast never to ling. seasonal ball players and the club could have," Coach. Sexton :- the spring," Nurse says, Sept. 0. First game at 7:30.: '-'
trio will see much action on says. Reese at right end "And he looks like a fine Recreation Dliector Gene ,
should have Chilson
improve before }
we come up I played Grit 11th Linebackers Roger
I both offense defense. been effective with runner." Rayburn says. "We feel sure "
and has really I
with another fine football says With his! size and and Leaton Morgan are hav- .
All three I far this fall. The coach also Harry I you will enjoy this matcn"Trophies \'
do the his blocking says
can job so
team, ,
nurse says "Howevei. quickness 6-4 190 pounds ing trouble with adjustments 11 11i
I i
when called on, Sexton says. Sanderson, at split! end. has Hatcher looks good at quarterback for the League winner r
the number of injuries dur BI'ow1Is tabbed a real (assetto with changes from the springnow. ;: ; I .
I and will be
good hands and good movesto backing McLeod up runner-up
ing the season will determineour I the team when he gets but are coming around. Guards Chilson and Mor- t
presented at this event.
back them Johnny Warren and J. Roy
success.. some experience. I I These two veterans will baj gan are also veterans who up. I
I I Brown is still learning but Chasteen two small juniors: ,
real hard. Having
are working I
More time has been spenton Senior Joey Reese is tabbed -j stellar performers. ,.'
'I trouble with their tech- he could turn out to be a who are fine receivers, have Business Courses .. .
passing" already than the weighs I II .
in as Tornadoes best Little Plen Gnann .
the first six; weeks of the defensive end now-he's experienced I I I' only 138 but he is tough and nique right now the to two solve veterans -I' good weakness lecelver.is that His this biggest is his been where switched their to size flankerback won't I Are Offered By :/j. ;
1965 season. The receivers tough, and aggressive will play a lot of defensive are expected .
taste of football, the count as much as their speed (
first Bradford .
those and be stand- High
Joey Reese, Sandy Sander Griffith says. I end, Coach Griffith says. problems and hands. I .. \ '
out performers for the Tor- Coach says. \ .
nadoes. The backs are progressing "It would be unfair to com- Instruction in typing, ..
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Coach Hurse this backfield with last ,- r t
"We're strong and< quick; satisfactorily pare shorthand!, and office ma- -' '. ,
A Vote For ...c.Yr we rely on our quickness to says. Blocking is their big years," Coach Hurse stresses chines will be offered during : : :' I
wART beat bigger people," Sexton weakness"The boys thai adding, "Except for Joy- after school hours at Bradford .: ,
are the best blockers will b<' ner, all have very little experience High: School in the up- "01.'
says.No the boys that will start," he ," If the Tornadoes coming term. ...; ., ,. .
A. G. first string center has I
can get by the first half of .1. i'
been picked yetletterman says. the The classes! will meet each ., 4' ,,,..s..,. +. i.. ';,',.
season the tough C" '
LOUDON football : gamesin I
make a
) Wayne Blankenship and Ed- Monday and Wednesdayfrom ) C ,.
( ) die Stancil are battling U team," we've adds.got Paul to have Mo- I provide the second some real half football should 3:15: to 5:45: p m. Any-I I "'. 'It'I."f1.:!"'.....", ,Rb'a.( : ,.. .,"..sae: .l'".. 1". ....... I lb '.
Hurse .
out neck and neck, them one interested should contact .. I
especially with the backs '\"" .),. '..r _' .. "'!:" oJ.
Miss Della Rosenberg at ,
T coming into their own. BHS. ,.,'Y;.. .'.:.,, 4iI"L.', ..., .. 1t 1\\
Is A Vote For. The varsity squad Is down ..
I HOME OWNERSBORROW now to 21 boys since four ,.,... ,.:,. ",,;,f... .''''' .. .
have dropped in the las Plastic Notebook $:!,30 at the
Cheaper Electrical Rates. [ week. The JV squad is a bSa TELEGRAPH. ., .: '.. '. .e ua'. "'1\\ t ?
UP $5,000ON .
one however, with about 40 i '. .+. a r.., r
An for Sea-
Underpass Crossing YOUR EQUITY! boys reporting Monday for q

the first day. .
board Railroads. Get Your
Consolidate All Your Bills and Make Only BHS dropped seventh and '
One Monthly Payment. eighth tackle football two On The G-O-! .

.. Adequate Downtown Parking. Mail To years ago and Hurse credits CallS ,_ ......, ..Ioo.II j
Call ::139-7076-Collect or Coupon this philosophy with creating!

:- More and Better Recreational Facilities. HOMESTEADInvestment of more boys.football Interest"They; they're don't In the get younger enthus-tired lORIDA For A Full Measure Of Honesty t

Progressive Government Through Long Range Plan- ," '
iastic he says. Tag footballis "l EST
Corporation now played in the seventh Vote For
ning. while the eighth grads does tl
1919 Boaohway toDd Jacksonville, Fla. play tackle in their physical CONTROL

My 17 Years In The Field of Electrical EngineeringSays I - - --, education fun. classes, but simplyfor -,'CHEMICAL&. CO. Neil TuckerCITY

We Can Have Cheaper Rates. Elect Me Councilman NAME: ___ n- "We don't try to teach 964-3965
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Hospital Out \ sponslbllilv, snme as the hospital part of your service! ." Sladevald I ual rlxhts of all are being I "hl'lIb", srnucllim/ close to the the sod In the oil azalea sIte.Young' Mcn Told wora .,w.w
and roads 1 I'U rive! '
; ion
bureaucratic atl-
by house
i promote damp moldy Next dig a holtlar.lt'r/ and
On Ambulance an $3.&OO ambulance for $l.It l. "I'd be happy to do It; Inc i rmniKtiatlve guidelines which growth that rot;, off cuds of dcipci than the ball of earth To Apply w

the hospital operates It" clone It for 60 yearn and I we feel in themselves are indirect boards! fatter:; than .yuii can ol the pl.uit: In dlRgituc the
Hospital Board:! Chaiitnan don't egret it. But it lias'' vtu."' IJII in the Ci.ilRlshts save to pay for r placements, hole, keep the richer top s iil I< For Aca #.sCongressutau
t Continued from Page Onel T. II. Slade told Jones that'I r :
gotten beyond what it used labe Law. This law states Kcmclics! and other: housc- ea..itp| from the jwm, dirt .
r? i Bii\: i
every business Is called on: to' '
even three or four year that "De6egl'e/latlon' snail' huntln Insects often
/ use
honorably net out. I will. If ', ; az- In I the bottom of the hole
render :\iatthc11I1'111'! '
I can't. I will continue services that are not QKO./ Jones: said not mea the Ohsisnmpiit! of' n'ea' rail Ii II" th lr base ofaUR1 Prior to rcplacinu Uishrub >
ann III the 8th COM:'
"I'm not t tiviiiK tj: net ,.. profitable."I've "I'm asking! that you dif- I students lo public schools 11. ( ( niil; hwa'ic'hll1 your I in the hole add a .
;HOple Bieslonal) Pistiirt, (di' hinc: 1take >
the LP \\J
to help me run niv mis tribute the cost over 15,000 Older to overcome racial Im- best ( ')"l:'>I1ny cnn witness! II sizeable! qlllnllly't'll I ntterl .
the Ci\il flpnice siicnIjiji -
ness. lye tried for 00 bilSI-1 business for yenrs.-If WP people Instrof! :! leaving: It Lnlance', but when to 1 comply : I: and spread embarrassing! / I organic ma[LCI'in! and a handful ,
could charge for our sCl'vlcewl."lI nil ,' : eviml'iillun: ,uicllmn.i: Y
to give the prople good to one man he added.Jones with these arbitrary puicentQKes' '- rumors,. I of f azalea fertilizer. Mix
to ponsdi[ inton Inc Sill) .Inl.-
do It.
bill I\t h.i said his
ice I can't f-i-i. ) the u.u- 'J firm collected which are written A nei'! hbor tonic all the i' this well with a !scattering national sCl'd-e'lleldt'mil"
clsm I'm nettiiiK/ I K fad render It'Time less than $3.000 In 19t>:5rn ; Into the guidelines, it becomes above reasons In guide and I of top soil then adjust the '' ments! tn .the must have flute,
"I sic prople who fc-1 ;aib)<<<; call*. He has! set the necessary to violate vowcl: to keep her azalea- /
feel it bottom of the hole mixture
is a public I 1"1'-I ,, completed application! forma!
this ini''u ;
inee: 'iMeei I n cot of I !
operating/ one ambulance the rights of both negro and around her home until sin- so that the azalea will lilt at
I I I In his (otftce :2J.1i!:::l Itnvbu
w. at 12000. Prior to white to be in compliancee : di-tcovei! that a smallsn.ike t'ne: siime level in Its! new location I / nullrtlni WishinKton -
IIoii"e Offl'e
Apul 1 he charged $5 per call \\ submit. that this! Is just as used thn shrubs as a I a-s It did near tho "
U. S. GOOD uid utter" that $10 AddUt.tn1 Illegal and morally) wroiv HJ I ladlf. I in, climb afop a window llOIIM, I, I> C. 20315. nci latl'l'than
"I 1 (},antes of 50 ccntt per mile forced sinirenatlon' I lorl'ip! to bask In the sun Sept 30. If1ti(>BI
!tan( :soil aioiind I the plant utlli/fd InI
ale made. record as viaorou-ilv! opposed .< -ilea! Is to use n Icnutlinf inntlnn will br
BEEf SALE! to the :iiftritoilal: Office "r,',,. to Rather( up the j and wish; the loose earth I I making\ my .rteetims nn nnI -
down tnlo the roots with anenosous
for the classefpnteiint
WainwrightSuit of Health. Educationand sltl'-t-'l1'' branches Into A I pointnients
of water
supply the Ani-emic.s Ini
Welfare guidelines, wo. tl'rht bundle around th" ,
Report! the process until the "
the B.>(lu' of Public] Instruction (:- 'ir-'n' (""ilk limbs This permits then1 i I the summer of 1907.! Matthews -
Begins hole Is nlmon filled I, "and all in-
submit that we are In- ft''Inn' a sizeable ball: ) .
CHUCK ROAST OK form a water busln around teie.sted boys who have, not
feed complying with NEW of eirMi and main roots
tin-\ has of the and fill
STEAK LB. !Continued from Page One I Ii :suidellnes] by transferilnaceitain without snipping off outer plant vet filed applications should "
with well 1'01.1"0 mulch. Oak
tarultv members tomeet branches, that contain Iml1t'otall"y1'111'! me fw the
,.i Vu( (of potash than he ordciid nextsprlnl's leaf: mold is fine neeessai form', in nidei lint( '
ROUND Raid criteila flower buds:! .
We N.'xt. fl'nk the room: (If the they may be relumed P'ioi I
SHOULDER hereby request that OUI'clertl'd With I t eilib-hot bei7n! I n!
ROAST Lb. Wii.ivAiluht said the damage -
69c Mants: until you become to the September 30 denJlili":
Con l'ellslonnl
Repreentatioo trench around the' base
dec::'eased yield on hi : alarmed 1 at the site of nextmouth's date,"
Invcstlaate the Intent the plant: at I least I 12:! inche-
RIB STEAK 23: an ,. of strawberries b-. : water bill Apply ,
79c of the Civil Rights Act CoiTsressman Matthews em-
from! the main limbo
!.200> flitand that all of or 19U4 nut"1 daily or when the phn.I iypd; Ihit, tho.se who havealready
his inod'ictlon: was depreciated the trench deep enoiwh to plant nets, 11 I o'clock Build !
an Help
CUBE STEAK Lb. 89c ,in quality Bradford!: County tijjul cut below all the runner" ': s'ibiritled. :a'lphrn-; \< Progress
Of Public Instiuction. roots then with shovrtlundeimlne dtooi; TO' \prevent midday tlons need not write nunln
FICESII GUOt'NDHAMBURGER) I the plant until it drOOl anplv\ a fine mist! of I The nutl'innl' sprite"! ncndemles :

Lb. 39c Phone HearingSet New Aftercare Is supported column by of only earth.a toadstool Slide- I plant nil tor ns ta nfl.'de:1.the :!leaves of tho!,:i include at. the Aniupoli-U 8) Nn t 1',1'US. ,,i'AciKlemv : Vole ForfDeil

BRISKET STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00 Sept. 27I Service Set Up I the trash! excavated cart for plant transportation onto a I bit\ With IIf this luck.approach)your azaleas and/ ,I'I' West. :Military Point.. the Academv Us! An.,ii,

I II I won' drop n Icif Of course
to the new location. Force Academy at Coloindorspilnss. ( TUlkertt
ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69c I Cont nued from Page One I lI I Con'i I IIII'd from PaRe Oneli J Replantlii" the azalea Inn ultintlni lust before n weeklong I and the n.R Mei :
I ( rainy s;ell Is nd'lrd in-
chant Mill''ne Academy at
FLA. GRADE A hnnge/ men Ing to David R., Walters noup near a lonn line of B "tirance For n hrhedule of
The monthly rate increase I' hedge' will help to break up Kings: : Point
Drpulv Dliector for Aftci'earc' the next rainy .spoil caltnctI
Lb. 33c to mibii .ribers In the KeystoneHi'iK'itH the monotony of I the hed"e
of the Division of Child \' local; upRthcr! bureau WIIITK: TFIITII; '1'.Inme>> CITY
;' exchange area nnd '""'e a flash of ,spilnu
Training Schools in Tallahassee -
be as follows: I, 'oJor Cant hniItm' + lepiird whit,, .
FRESH PORK SALE Residence Individual 15: tooth na bid luck N.i.
line. If the suvs'
new planilna ante I I. c.KOUl') ::5
.rents residence two-party, This new program, fundedby 1 fevered with \ ( .I".lIh..1d. l iii I IIP.. TY.caI'1I '.":- '' tlomil Geo/:i"'ipbl'' Tln-v dni'k',
r Fresh Hams 'en cents: residence four-par- I the last session of thej I sod for sod. rcim>vi" the, en. their teeth with bi-lel) nut .
use on
sandy spot | rp.ult
tv 10 cents: business incllvlducl 1- Legislature provides counseling of lawn, lirliiKH/ or set them with gold and'
Fresh Side Pork : or better yet plan :
59C line, 75 cents; business> and supervision for' gems .
With Rih In two-p.irty. 50 cents: business I boys and girls released from -
foui-pal'tv. 25 ents Floilld1' new school .serving
Fresh Back Bone Lb delinquent] children Region i
The hearing will be held! at
i IP' ''n In the Bradford Coun- will serve AKichua. Baker
Fresh Cedar Key Bridforcl.: Columbia DIxIe'
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I iCont-nued! from Page/ Onel I He will reside In Gainesville OF DOLLARS;;
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Green Hacks sire redeemable right here in our with his wife and son. ... /
store No sending off "The Bradford CounlvSi MOW!
waitin4Green; ,
or .
flacks: to'.ve Interested pei >ns arc en- .
:are redeemable for groceries meats, eatables :,.;'hool all s.stem students has a elected freedom' couraxcd to contact M r FORD CLEARANCE OF 1966'S
Your choice ;::
of anything in ;; Smith at his office. Aim aua
saving of i holne in selection nil i
General Hospital in Gainesville -
.schools without

"You Get It Back With Green Backs" 01 into crimination!effect a policy It ellmmat-has put : for ,delinquent for further this children nl..c InfoimatlopicsarcUnz "J'e" '67 PRICES WILL BE UPGET A '66 WHILE\ YOU CAN

,IIn discrimination in employment I
teimlnatlons.: ta-is-:

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religion, _
l Cased: on lace color. 1
Let's GoCardenmQ' 26
or I national' origin: '

'However, we do! .stionihft \ If We Don't Have The Car You Want We'll Get It!

WE STOCK A rOMPi.ETE LINE GRocERIEs I'1, I 'that both the white mo

nei-'o;:: does have Individual ''
mlit--. and that the IndMdFfmt -

, ny H ----------
I'lurlilii, AKrlcnlturiil. .. F.II-

lenvlon Ser\l ke These Cars Arc Trade-Ins On

Please Vote For New 1966 Fords Fi
-- They Repre-
Ti iiisjlantin| n/aleas in I i
1 summer is like a tiff v lIlt \
1 the wife- both can have a i sent Just A Few Of The People

plea"lit endlna II you( aiaieful '-
(' 'Who Saved Hundreds Of Dol-
Sure: the" 1 Unipeinnient of
.dud; Is moie picdlctdblfIv ,. lars On A New Ford.

,itaie a few taps' on winnlnr -

k Bnl,.. n befoie battle with YOU din n.it.uic up the I,i I -...----..... ._ ,--_' rI

:lust. rootlet be Mire to slpup
) i cs) the the reason situation/ for This movlnn IncluJ-the '62 Falcon Tudor
; $695 ---
P !'lo""l'\n2\ shrub and where

t ou\ will move It
Some folks dlsovi-i that | ONE OWEn:
t t"eU-Rfe azaleas are diitleinm '-

up the bedroom window! .
and providing hid,",: place.! Ford Country Official

0 CARL rm peeping Tom other $ 62 Olds 88
HURST promises to continue to provide .rvpeB'that the rotting: mill-n $995 ---
Clearance Sale
aggressive leadership for our city. aiound the plans mvethelp'
horn, halitosis that eten I'omxm

O CARL HURST realizes the need to operate the their best friends wonder I j I I 'illY'' '16'r' id. ''I, I 3"?" ., 1'.
bont i t ,
: ilia64 "
city as economical as possible and promises to con- It 1 for sine (that the I ''I:" \ : i, :' I : ;;. .. ,

$$1 095 --- Volkswagen! ," ',' 'I
tinue to work to accomplish this. I

.1 0 CARL HURST has given his support to the many Sat gGWt w.eJlu8IS TUDOR annsoama ,

programs that are vital] to the needs of our com- : l UADIO IIKATKIl, (;iOOl) CONDIIION::

munity. The construction of a sewerage treatment FIREPROOF ?

plant extension of sewerage and water lines. The P. $$895 --- '62 Volkswagen

development of the recreation department and its "' rcarrrtm I i 1

(r f'1 ;a1t I IHJS ONI E; O\VMI:It{
facilities, to name just a few.o ,J..',: 1 t,. .

I IM'f

CARL HURST Says: 'j $$695 --- '61 Ford Tudor '

"The fili/ens and voter+ of Stiirke have permitted me to serve! "I Al'TOMA'IICRADIO (

a< n member of the City Council! for the pawl! t !sic i )"eari'!. This : -1I """' You're ahead all the at Ford Dealer's
J ,AM IIKAlKi way your
privilege has been of n
a source immense pride and personal! satisfaction I

to me. I hate: attempted, during! these six years, to ape Medal) 21 Sol

proach the operation of the city government! on a sound and fair Wen that's Una But a fireproof buildingcan
basis." I have sought to provide the maximum Incinerator tor its BLOCK
city services; at a act as an AIR CONDITIONING
reaionable. roe for all residents. of the city. I am keenly aware contents during a lire And con
tents include paper records'! Loss of NEW F FINANCE E PLAN
of the responsibilities, of council membership and assure you thatI vital records-the man, reason 43 ANY :.MAKH: OK: .MOD1X: ASSEMBLY
I \\ not take them for granted or with a complacent attitude. out of 100 firms never reopen after afire

Once again" I sk\ you for your vote and support. If you will -, an put you out of business AS LOW AS
A Mpplmk B Label safe' Mill give> ON
grant me the opportunity to continue to serve ns' a member of vo/,/ IJ'I", r I.'N"| Laboratories As Low ) 50

the City enthusiasm.Council. I promise, each of you, to accept the challengewith certifii'Jdrr< protuction Then Trunk. drop i I'' over in. AUTO REPAIRS As $$1' r. Mo.INSTALLED $$16e 5

Per. .u....

Please Vote For CARL HURST --- City County NO mm PAYMENT No Down

Council and Keep Carl Working For You! No Down Payment Payment

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I pool chairman also states'''' running: a parish from the processing time. County Ser-, CARD OF THANKSI tli- ('UII II tjl' of Brael'ord. Htutv tiny In Month of Octol"i.. IH16.! / ;
ushers and especially actor Labor Day Golf I of Plorlila.Unluus, 1 which l IH tliu and day of ot< ( .. ,
Little Theatre Richaid Jockel, director ol that a life guard. will be on uses of piety to tha theologyof vice Officers have the applications -I am sincerely grateful t" such uortlfluutu. or car bar,, Ifiid.Dated I
: several successful musicals Tournament Set duty for the children of mevn- church finance-'all thethJ.ngs on hand for education :.-: the wonderful people of tlflcalffH.. ahull b.. r..ilo..nid H.Ccordlnic this :iuth day.of August -
Will Organize and plays at Bradford HlgaSchool ; i bens and guests. they never taught in home loans and hospital Bradford County for their to law the properlydancrlbod '. CHARLES II""((111. A. DAnny,
I For Mene VomenA In 'much certificate or i
will help the group ; seminary. : benefits and they are many acts of kindness duringmy ...-rliricutiwill. l I... sold to the florU <.>f Circuit Couit i.fnrtiilfiii
.. organize. Although there la ':Negro Pleads INDIAN SUMMER- -by John at your service for any Information long illness-Mrs. H. B highest, bidder ut the i-ourl ,>l County. .. !"')Io.. ,(.iti
:.1tittle I is
,A meeting to organize Tournament i
A Galloway n.ow'Ics-A: novel about a needed. [Inez] Hamilton. lion'** door on the flmt 11onHEALTH* !i/l' 4t UBE /"
Theatre group Is scheduled much hard work in preparing planned: lor the Labor Day !Not Guilty young man (without money In
Dixon further suggestedthat
Tuesday. September 6.I' a play ior production holiday. Monday September; the world of the very rich. The -- -
at 7 p. m. at the Bradford there Is also a lot of luii. 5. at the Starke OoU and 'To Morals ChargeA author's first novel A Sej all veterans stop by I A Classified Ad In The Telegraph

High School auditorium:! as : Jockel says. I Country Club. arate Peace, received. the their local county courthouse I I brings! result. FACTS
I and have their honorable discharge -
the Starke Recreation step "I feel, says James Blood- Bobby McRae. tou'na-' 62-year-old Starke Negro. '' Faulkner Foundation. Prize and
Into a new field. worth. chairman of the ment chairman, stated there Rudolph Lewis pleaded not the Rosenthal Award of the records so there will..I I NERVOUS TENSION
'I Starke Recieatlon Board and tourney guilty to charges of molesting National Institute Arts and always be a permanent rec-I.I ....
All persons Inttiested arc will be i separate of .If.I: OK I\1'IrTlll: \ Tti:
Invited to attend. Needed pre: a. member of the group "that for ladies and men. Refreshments 7-year-old Negro girl at Letters ord available in the IIKfiml'KII: : KICTiriOl H :\..IwllN.tfro is another one of the many complaints that

people; to work spotlight. costuming ; the formation of a. Little will! be served on the his arraignment during Pleat\ : For Information on veterans' I thw:; uriflcrHlirnetl,In. hernby I, given under. tint,thetirovlHluna respond favorably to Chiropractic care. Sedativesor
Theatre group will bring: : Day proceedings last widows' and children VA the tension temporarily
i tranquili/ors
publicity. stage : course. I GI Bill Set of I'hnpt 'r 2u.'ir : may ease
bands directors make-no: much enjoyment as welt a<' Tee off time can be auy- day. benefits, see your local coun- I.HUB. of 1'I..rhlll.1... of ..1 1941!< 1.] but permit the condition to become progressively?
culture to the people ofStaike. Insolvnev I For Viet Nam ty Service Officer or write will roirlw" 'r \.Irh OIM ("Mi I i< if
artists sound effects u.en, | time !Monday The course Is inI Lewis pleaded: ( the "Circuit Court In and for' worse. Only the removal of the nerve pressure bya
Dixon P. O. Box 1437 St.
I I very good:! playing condition and County Judge T. A. i Vets Returning at 1J'u.lfo, I County }Florida up- properly trained and equipped Chiropractor will
> and guests are urged to come Yawn appointed the public i iI Petersburg.: Fla. as this is a un proof nf ijuullcalluii of tiuit
and participate. 'I defender to the case to represent : free service furnished by notice the fist ltinua nnint* ur r correct such conditions
M. T. Dixon: Director of WALT lll-l.lri" 1 : (fllKVHOI.ET.i .
Meirlll Struth swimming Lewis in a prellm n-I I! the Fla. Dept of Veterans your local county and state i l/b/U' u.\wnviv ciiiavflOIHT !!: Your Chiropractor 1 is 1 a Specialist in this:' field.

: ary hearing. Bail was set at '' Affairs set the stage today government. : l.VI"" I'. N. :101 ;North; Phone him for an appointment today.A .

; Bradford$3,000: Lewis is still Jail. in the I'I'I for veterans of Viet Nam, MRS. IRENE ROBERTS stitrktt M. A., Flnrld-Bultlwln, president. ( public service of The Florida Chiropractic Assn)
V/7. I County with the new OI Bill. He !,08 N Walnut HI. Starke. Klorlll.l -
Lewis. who lives. at 1415 said It Is a designedto FUNERAL SERVICES HELD .

I 12 ''Vides 'I Estate Street In Reno Is educate program house and hos- Mrs. Irene Leeks Roberts Dated A.,thin l I'. I'lOII 2'lnl!' day lit of Stilllie.Hnxlford August -. I

charged with assault with intent pitalize these veterans the r"ied Wednesday In a Panama County/ 'I"'hl., .
Customlade:\ to commit rape. He also rame as their brother veter- City nursing home after an 8/25 41 ft'lrt WANTED-SLASH PINE CONES

I For Florida Lh'inYOU has a moonshine charge ans of World War I. World extended Illness. Services I
pending against him In a War II. and Korea. were held at 2 p. m. Thurs- NOTK'l: OK' \l-l-t.lC\TIO\ Gilman Paper Co.
POII T111:1:11:
Get :More previous arrest. Dixon sail his staff along day In St. Mark's Episcopal .Mar Ill I.III. .-'..M.SOT" .
4n t For Your $ $ The case load last Thurs with the local County Veteran Church Palatka. ',': !us"', IIKHKHV": I fSIVKN:I WILL BUY SLASH PINE CONES
day was much lighter than that .Mr I 1' .1 I. AMiTinlin holderof
Service Offices throughout Surviving are two daughters -'
fI the following I rertli'i. '. utc"haw
I, er No Salaried or Com- usual involving mostly !traffic Florida, are now ready to Mrs. Herb Thomas of filed 1 Bald art Ith'lI tea fur u :MUST BE 1966 CROP
missioned EmployeesDAD violations. render full service to these Starke and Mrs. E. C. Har- tax deed to InIKKII.H. th,"i",'oiiThe
Cnrthel James Rushing Jr., rant' Itkll tu Miinil,**rft and'
young American fightingmen den Jr. of Wewahltchka; one Vtmrx' of 'iHMIllllce. the dn." ., rli-| Clean Free of Straw and Trash
& HHAI) LAUSKN- pleaded:! innocent and the now returning. brother. Fred H. Leeks of Linn of the. 111'1'| 'TV.' nail I thenanteH
case: was transferred to the In which ItVU.. .Mlurc Do Not
LIKE TO WOKK Those planning on some Palatka Mrs. Kathleen aH>.eiit4 Gather Before Sept. 2 -
rollowxCertlfloale '
trial docket. IIH
f schooling starting In September Goethe. Palatka; and three No. :TlY :
YOU Benefit Another case &et for trial grandchildren.. Take Cones To
should get their applications *>nr of iHHiianco. ., lnR4. :.
was that of Julius H. Mar- !In now '.and not beer. ript ion of PMiperly !I.{:>(. .
lowe who of f Lot 44 In !fjtiwtev I 1C DOWLING PRODUCE :MARKET RT AfiRE
pleaded' not guilty wait until' the last minute, Plastic Notebook the'lI of U
a'll 1 $2.50 at I .
.Q9 All Sizes on Display to charges of driving with an Name In which UHMfHMei! >,.ntarn ,
It takes the VA considerable
8-10-12 Wides improper license.A. I TELEGRAPH. | All >>f HUM. property, bring In'' GROCERY LAWTEY
I'I '/! Baths! J. Thomas Jr. served as

and Expandables county prosecutor In the absence rr. r
of George Pierce. _t.L ___

V New and Used AT l .
LIBRARY ads a.tn, -

( 8-Yr. financing available HOW TO ;
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Use Our Hental-I'ur- Doman Written for parents y x ULI l''b.
this book ', .,,,'. ,- ,.
chase Plan-Payments exciting presents 'el. -! ... >' ,.... '--1 L w
.; Under $50; () Per Month a revolutionary l idea< that
children are far smarter than .

we give them credit for. The 20 word or less. one Insertion Memorial. Resolutions, etc.Per Display Ads. In Classified Seiluu! : ---

author emphasizes throughoutthe minimum charge) _?_- ------ -- 1.00 word ______________________ .0.\
NOW' book that the process of U not paid In advance! __________ 1.23 91.50 per Inch-flrat Uuwrtluu.
teaching your ,baby to read la Curd. of Tliiuikt/, Up to. SO tvord
Keyed coded, blind ads
No Empty Promises Made Here! Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE a for joyous either one.the It mother Is not a or chore the (minimum charge or ) ______________ 1.23 (mjjilmnni fluirge) -______ 2.50 $J.:5! per Inch after lint Insertion.

child but .in. an experience In Eah additional word over 20______ .03: Over 50 words! per word_?______ .OS
fun, enjoyment achievementand

Vote For Full Lake Privileges A pride PARENT'S GUIDE TO Insurance HASTINGS MATTRESS INBtRANCR> No. 31URedued SURE TO SEE! WORLD

Homestead Exempt- :MORE NEW :\IATH-by Eve- Call: the Man! From 'I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED RATES I Attractive 2 bedroom BOOK before buying: any

Financing lyn- Sharp -The author makes "KEYSTONE"George I 710 Lemon St. Palatka. AUTO FlUE BOAT home situated on 4 acre other enCYt>lupedla. M. A
new math not only intelligiblebut I DOYLE E. CONNKKINSUKANCB ; tract 2 acres tillable and 2 Payne
Furniture Repaired your local representative
NEIL TUCKERCITY Lake Geneva also fun to read about. i; E. I Upholstered & Refinished AGENCY 1 acres pines. fenced storage since 19G6. Box 626.
I HOW TO BECOME: BISHOP Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILT tfchg bull( l'1lJ. Reduced to $7000 I Phone. 964-6792.! tfcna
I WITHOUT BEING RE- Consultant For All j I for quick sale.
Trailer Sales LIGIOUS by Charles Merrill I I New Innerspringsand No. 424Klngsky I
NeedlRepre8entinIC Myers Power Tool
You don't really! have to be I Box Springs ; MARY' CARTERPAINTS( : Lake lake front
COUNCILMAN to become grand< Call 1 Area Headquarters ForLawnmowers
On Route 100 One :Mile SE religious/ a I Drop Us A Curd or I summer home 4 rooms bath
Keystone IlelfhM success in the ministry. You ;, Gre..1merlcan Ins I FALATKA EA 5-91C6 large en-jlviie:: screen porch. Power Tunas"
Just have to LOOK that way! Thu Travelers Ins Co. PEGGY SMALLER :McCiilloch Chain Sawn.
MRS. ,
Open Sun. & Evening: i : Bath aiid boat houses priv-
t.'KOUP 3 Here in. this sidesplittingspoof Tel. 473-4692 Day 209 E. Adkins St. ate dock. Call tor terms and Pump &: Water System!
.Llt J' -- > Is the genuine lowdownon 473-4325 Nltes I Stark Agent Brlgg A: Stratton Engines
every practical aspect ofTHIS J Auto fire Home price.STROUT REALTY I Rentals Sales Service"'

--- I Monthly Payment Plan I ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line 2117 N. Temple Ave. I I 230 N.E. 16th Ave.
: built Machine work. ofPAINTS GalnemlH.
to order. 376-3111
-- -- [U. S.
3411)] ,
ONE STOPMASONRY I''' Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES Phone 9-34il.. Stark! : tfcnA..

:\ SERVICE I Box Brown's 363 Repair Starke Shop.[Klngsley Rt 1, REGISTER NOW FOR FALL!; FOR RENT 2 and 3 bedroom

I Heady Mix, all nl/en. Lake. tfchu!, i I For All Purposes ADULT CLASSES. Starting )I houses. Also furnished and unfurnished -
IS IT rete. Block; "I, I type ; date September 6. Courses to apartments and duplex -
I'relu..t. Lintel, J<; .. WANTED Rural acreage I i run 18 weeks each, Mondays 524 N. Cherry St. Phone
necessary for concrete Goof location for homes. I, VINYL through Thursdays, Write Lo- 969-3325._tfchg
sonry construction. Bufoid: Mitchell P. O. Box i, ral Director Drawer 100,
238. Ph 969-3281. tfch ,,' Starke, Fla. LABORERS WANTED Per-
"'e will meet any price UpholsteringMaterial 32091 indicating i
manent position. All
courses wanted. 9/1 company
all material. 1 6tchg

29TH ford County AND within and ALL saws TYPES machine of lawn sharpened.mowers : MAMA: PRIEST KINDER. I rate benefits.11.45. :Minimum Ages 18 to starting 45. Apply
-Calvin Johns, 332 N. Water I Values To $10.00 i GARTEN has several open- I Southern Wood Preserving
BRADFORDENGINEERING Ph. 961-1441. tfchg ings. Also day. care available. I Co., Baldwin Fla. 8 a m. to
5t cliff B'8 4:30: p.m. Stchg 9/15
Ph. 961-2521( ; 98 year old ,Jiatlon.il I FOR RENT2 .bedroom furnished 1 OFFICE SPACE for rent or>
All 'liB CHEUOLETi advertised concern;: has openIng house; al'p 3 bedroom lease Davis Hotel Bldg. New-

i FOR SALE OR RENT In Starke. No Investment KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE unfurnished house. Within easy, i ly renovated and ready for
option, to buy. 3 bedroom necessary. Write C. R. Ruble walking distance to shopping I occupancy. Reasonable. Call
Watkins Products Inc.. for sale.Vrlte or call V. Q center. Call f)64-2) !' 21
< Dept. 934-5391. 4tchg 9.8
''MUST i house back neened porch 8-4 P. O. Box No. 2447. :Memphis :McCoy Jr. P. O. Drawer 1148or tfhl'r'j
yard hardwood !
Tenn. 38102 phone 376-7290 Gainesville Housing Shortage In COOK WAITRESS, Filling

CARS AND TRUCKS IN STOCK small 1372 Blanding equity and St. assume Pay 2tp 8/18 9/1 Fla. tfchg house Let me for help$8,500: with; a 2 a bedroom 7 room Station in attendant person B wanted& G Truck Apply -

monthly payment. 627 N. Walnut !Street'! REGISTER NOW FOR FALL frame house on paved high- I Stop.;* tfchg
James C. Saunders 2201 Three bed room frame dwell ADULT CLASSES. Startingdate way for $6,500; a 3 bedroom
H<.I. Klnaton. N. C, Phone ing for rent. Adults preferred September 6. Courses to house for $6,800; 3 bedroom : FOR RENT Furnished a-
r'S3. no. pets. $60.00 per month. A. run 18 weeks each. :Mondays: < house $10,25O; 2 bedroom fur- partment. Lake privileges. Fe-

; J. Thomas Realtor Tel 964- through Thur"days.Vrlte Local nished house $9,000; 3 bed- male school ttacher or couplepreferred.
i GOWRITE WHEF.LIh'alignment: is 112:1'I 3701. Director, Drawer 100 room 2 bath house $17,000; or I $75 or $80 tesp. Ut-
Starke. Fla. 32091 indicating a 30 acre farm with 3 bedroom ilities furnished. Call 473-3056:: ,
Precision HOUSE--7
John acres for
sale own. roiirs' wanted. 6tehjr 9/1 house 20000. Now I H, Keystone Heights. tfchg
alignment checkup takes er leaving. Must t sell. Just oat the time to buy tomorrow
minutes may be worth of city limits near paved< road.< WAITRESS WANTED applyin
may be too late. A. J. Thomas. HELP ANTEyoullg men
life. Stop In or phone Call 964.1324 for information.Can person at Garden Restaurant -
Realtor, Tel. 964-5701. who want. to learn the air-
STONE. be seen now! 2tp 9/1 tfehg conditioning business. Cull

HOUSE for rent--unfurn- A. C. SLADE licensed plumber FOR RENT' Nicely furnished Gainesville! 376-8268 2tchg 91IMPEIl
CAR CARK begins 2 bedroom house. No
wheel balancing. Save ished 2 bedrooms large yard. cabinet maker. Baker babies
YOUR OWN children accepted.
i 250 N. Bay St. tfchgr Bradford and Clay County.
wear gives better riding! Phone 289-4491 Maxville i Phone 9644621. Hp'I AIRCRAFT
handling. Come in now FOR SALE ft I
i House and tfchg I CORPORATION
free wheel KINGSLEY: LIKE
I I balance acres on 301, 1 mile north of
H TRADE with precision. equipment Lawtey, $6000. Ph. FURNISHED APARTMENTfor Very nice two bed room home HIM Immediate and future
FIRESTONE 7823127."P rent. 400 S. Water St. Ph. with dock and boot house for opening fur the following
964-7692. 4tch* 9'1' rent furnished September 1 to per-tonnel i iClou
GEORGE FOR SALE- 1955 6 cyl.i following June 1, $11000 per
We Will Furnish Pencil and Baby and I I
: Paper. I "
come home after you t ton Chev. Pick-up truck. Excellent -I FOR SALE 1959:\ Chevrolet month. This/ house may also! ".' Tool uml
1H ton truck-rebuilt engine Die Maker
to go to FIRESTONE. condition Ph. 969-2683: be bought at a reasonable
Itchg good tires $793: or will take price. A. J. Thomas Realtor' -DraftsmenAircraft
'trade. WMtenack 964-O173 Tel. 964-3701. \\>Mer..
Reasonable Offer Refused RURAL LADIES LOST-1 Calf /A miles west I lipPAINTING Aircraft ,\. n.bl..r.
No I' earning opportunity for of SR 16. Call 069-3434. Itchff WORK wanted FOR SALE OR LEASE-Service Sheet Metal Worker
your community I Station :Major Oil Co. MactilnlntH:
Avon Cosmetics and I FOR SALE 100 head of any size fob 1 room or whole Good locR.tlon"Ul rent on
Write Mrs. Ovid-a Sweat P. first and second calves Holstein house.' Call 964-0173. lip gallonage basis or will sell. Air conditioned plant. Good

: Box 687 Live Oak, Fla. Springer, Penn.Cows., and Bert New J. Stockton York- I FOR RENTKlngsley Lake I 1 Call phone J.323-2064.:C. Lawton 3tchg9i5 Palatka;; /\ starting*. No pay.contract plan work all benefit -

12 miles South of Brooks- furnished home 2 bedrooms. I

NO'V' IS 'j'IlE T 1'NIC'[ to E I' ress.girl WANTED, Apply night -Dish cook in washer night at vllle Bowman, 1000 Rond.feet west Ph.Rt.Brooks-41 on 1 boathouse.connecting Available garage Sept pier 3 and to :' NEW sacrifice$240 at King'1341.Size Home's Bed. Grocery Will- Apply pj Aircraft:Monday thru Corp.Frld.iy, Municipal -,

person vllle, 796-3893. ltp (i June 1. Carl, Johns! 984-1201 I' Hampton. lip Airport Vero Beach
Drive Inn.
2tchg I I or 5332361. tfchg .,...
. '
WANTED -Ride to Unlverally -
FOR SALE ONE OF ex-perienced 1 FOR SALE :50'xlO\ Cran- FOR SALE
AT .of Florida 5 day week for BY OWNER 3
: BEST :MOTEL ,\ :Motel &: Restaurant. 2tchg 9'8 brook Mobile Home. 2 bedroom ,|,4 people. Phone 964-1435 after bedroom house one In K'
. IN FLORIDA 14 well I \V/6S'xl45' lot. $600 6 p.m. 2tchg 0/8 stone. One 2 bedroom and bath.
FOR SALE-Red brick home. down assume payments of
ed units TV, I i All in good locations and con
i Crane tile 3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, large $34.98 per month. Approx.: dition.
plumbing BE GENTLE be kind to that Now occupied with long
lot 126 Parker St. Call Dr. $2.500: balance. Ph. 5332761.
CHEVROLET spreads etc. expensive carpet. Clean It with term tenants $1,000 down on
f BALDWIN Calvin J, 984-fl911 2tp 9/1
Houpt for
quarters equipped with I Blue Lustre. Rent electric each, balance like rent. Priced
oramn Norge range. Hot appointment to see house FOR SALE-4 lots-400' on shampooer, $1. Starke Hardware reasonable. Phone 984-1903!
washer Hot Point dryer _tfchg North St. Clair St. Call Dr. Itchg after 6 p.m Itchg
. all)! like new condition. 375 FOR SALE- Golf Cart $130. C. J. Houpt 964-5911 or 961-
on U.S. 301 Priced to I Call Dr. C. J. Houpt 964-5911. 1471. tfchg W.ANTEDReUred couple or I NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP' HI-
U.S. 301 NORTH STARKE FLA. I : Reasonable! terms to I tfchg man to aai Lst airport manager. way :21. Melroae Phone 475-
sable buyer Write or FOR SALE- Used ,baby bed Call Keystone: 473-3173 or 62S$. Open TUes. thru FrI.
Bill! Summers Starke. FOUNDDOG Call K84-3774. and mattress, $S, used highchair write O. W. Van VaUn Box! 416, dewed' :Mondays... Nell Duncan..
: -- -- '- --- -- -- .- -- - --. -- -- -- .- :: -:- -- 11184.5801.I /tchg : ( De t'rlbe and pickup. lip $6. Ph. 964-4563. Itchg Keystone Height Itchg owned. Stchg 9'29







Just when it seemed that roads. apparently for the
l the rains would haveto letup new MorKan Church road
Y we had another heavy winch was completed recent-
downpour in the l.awtry Iv. Is showing signs of break-

All To Gain Nothing To Lose ciieu. und everything that 1m! up In places It 13 hardto
writs' nailed down either understand how a thing

I floated 01 sunk out of sight I like that can happen, m view
So far thlH has been the xt. ot the progress! that has been
Officials and civic leaders of Starke the Legislature makes it possible. This t rainiest year we've! had In made In road building today

were privileged to hear the Urban Renewal can be done by approving the referendum Florida -- and the hurricane .

story last Wednesday from on September 13, then moving (t \\ season Is at hand and a Another road which required -

the practical standpoint of laymen act- with haste to have the city's workable d tth !1 storm threatens. repair soon after it

ually involved in a challenging projectin (which was allowed to lapse fly Sam :McGarvey was completed: was the Laki
program I'
14E MEETING-OpefiS' WITH- PRAY E As a result of the almost Road from Lawtey to Kins
u nearby city and from the "horse'smouth" several ) recertified. Thisis
years ago continuous: rains the fields ley Lake We are told it wa'',
represented by officials from a prerequisite to participation in are bonny and unworkable. 1.letVadc' Oiuskins, In pounded to pieces by heavy

the Regional Office in Atlanta.It any HUD program. I T I and strawberry Drovers are Starke last. week and heard traffic but 1 II that la the
Irons him that he is doing
was most appropriate that these Through all the discussion it was starting to worry about getting case why was that heavy
broiler businessHe
well in the !
of the Sep- land ready for setting{ traffic allowed on what was
two viewpoints were presented hereon made clear that approval said he has a bin plant
the and the of tember 13 referendum is "permissive"in I out plants this month. Rais! built only to farmtomarket -
same on eve a ( and that he Is finishing oft!
Inberl'leli today is! a lot road specifications?
significant referendum to be held Sep- that a favorable vote does not mean I r \ / than It birds for market In remark .
tember 13 on permissive legislation allowing that the City will participate in any II I c/f I used to be-as In fumigating I ably fast time I eight weekror There's a lot of talk now

the City of Starke to partici- HUD program, either now or in the the fields, for Instance-and less I and that he thinks About ambulance service and

pate in such programs, if and when future. But it would give the City authority I each I stop takes time. I the poultry business has a bin the only thing that Is sure
future In Bradford
they become desirable in the future to do so, if and when :such, pro- 0 County. Is that it is going to cost

and after public hearings have been jects become desirable. and after pub- Speaking of berries, no replacement One of the problems! the more in the future. But the
lic have been held each. hut! been named big row is whether the coun-
held in each instance. hearings on poultry raisers have' in this
The first speakers were officials of The speakers from Atlanta emphasized \ as yet for manager of f the I area is! drainage, both for ty should provide it at it doesother
t tANDIWH Staike State Farmers Market services, or whether 1 it
Palatka- the fact that hereon the chicken houses and foraccess
the City of laymen whose they were and we are wondering/ should be done by a private
untechnical language could easily be invitation not to attempt to 'Veil" \ what is holding/ up. The roads for the big feed company. If you want to

understood by everyone who heard any program, but simply to explain pecan season Is coming up trucks\ which often get bog- start a big argument lust

them at the civic club luncheon. And what is available and offer assistance, fast and then too there's a lied down in wet weather bring it up with some of our
But then drainage is a problem -
the message came through loud and if needed.It lot of work to be done In all over the county although county officials. .

clear Urban Renewal is a local is easy to understand why they preparation for the coming some steps have been
berry season, 1 so time Is! short. In fact today it that
program a dynamic program would not have to "sell" a program taken to correct It.
we have nothing but prob-
a program designed to help cities help that offers to spend 75 cents in Federal When Pat Pal'lsh'aq lems and maybe that's Just

themselves keep up with the changing funds for every 25 cents put up selected last year, ns a replacement Roads are a problem too. a sign of progress. About

times to know where they're go- by the City-and even then the .City's N'T FUN 8lI$ for Phil Cionk- especially which light the now graded are. for roads the the only thing today you

ing in the future, rather than existing: share can often be underwritten by wJY1M.Y hlte. it was announced that most part in terrible shape don't get an argument on Is
only from day to day. "non-cash credits" so that actual cash the market manager had to the rainy weather we all
Council Session Anywhere U. S. A. And the trouble Is the loads
Pave' a college education agree that its too doggonewet
Eugene L. Walker, the Mayor of expenditure is little or nothing.For agriculture or marketing! andif are so wet that it is Impos- In, this section butthere's

Palatka gave enthusiastic endorsement instance, if a million dollarsis that ruling still holds apparently sible for the county road no debate on the sub-

to the program and told of hiscity's being spent locally on schools, and Make most local cnndlditcs crew to work. .them.. ject as you can't find any-
the lather is
sure so I
plans to develop a 310 acre area these schools serve children in a pro- for the Job are Ineligible one to blame it on.
of Palatka at an ultimate! cost of from posed urban renewal area- then the stiff that no liquid remain I And not only the gradedwe
nt the bottom of the bowl.
seven to ten million dollars, of which city gets' accrued credit in proportionto NEWS And NOTES -- -

three-fourths! : will be paid by the Federal the percentage of enrollment in the

government. school that is made up by the children For Today' Homemakers''

"We are really changing the face of involved This accrued credits provi- I

Palatka," the Mayor said, and the full sion is retroactive for three years, so I By Martha Sue McCain

significance of that remark will be Starke, with its new sewage disposal County Extension

appreciated by anyone who remembers: plant, and other public improvements. Home Economics Agent I -

the down-at-the-heel appearance of would undoubtedly have enough accrued '

that city jut a few years ago. credits to pay a considerable I' --

The speakers from Atlanta, who appeared portion of its share of future projects.One What Dinner' ?Shall We Have For cereal foods.provides And the about milk u
at an evening meeting before can imagine that this is an op- This Is easy to answer foUl tho You can rely on these

an audience of city and county officials, portunity that would be eagerly seized after you have decided on three food! groups to provide 1 1t 1w

and civic and business leaders, told by those civic leaders of a century or the main dish. It is the hub the protein for your main

virtually the same :story, but in more! half century ago who literally expended around which the rest of the dl&hvs. You need not have 1 TMr + r

technical terms. They explained the "blood, sweat and tears" to make meal Is built, and often it protein-deficient diets even

many different programs that are Starke what it is today. Old newspaperfiles carries a large proportion of If you economize on meat
tell the story-of their promotional the cost of the meal. Usually For you can get protein from
available under the Department of -
the main dish Is the main other foods when you use!
]Housing and Urban Development and efforts for civic improvements (the : In the
I source of protein so essentialto them, as suggested
emphasized that Starke has nothingto first high school, the first power plant, building and repairing moneysaving! recipes givenIn

lose: -and everything to gain-by the first paved streets) that make our I body tissues the bulltrln ":\\loneY-\'-

putting itself in position to take ad- efforts today seem feeble by comparison. You get high-quality proteins ing Main Dishes". Foods! to -

vantage of some of these programsas I las well as other Important serve with the main dishes

they become available. It seems to us that we would] be nutrients I in foods are suggested at the end ol

It was disappointing to learn that breaking faith with their sacrifices of meat from animal poultry sources fish, as eggs in of most this lecipe.s bulletin For make your copy your Out Of The Past --- Or Future?

due to the shortsightedness of the time, money, and effort in those' early milk cheese. Some of these request known by mall. vis-

Florida Legislaure, HUD cannot help years, if we pass up an opportunityto protein foods are needed It or. call our office. I N tills .u glimpse" of the pant, or n |peek i Into banding.. now occupied'' by1.: <<
finance urban development programsin clear our city of the blight] that each day and It Is an advan- \Vanh Before You Dye I the future KiiMt< our fiwrl. IOIISIICHM for HiiggeHtInjC \cor. 'Hie" toner (\\e |>reimie. ) will used. to hang

predominently commercial areas: at threatens to undo all their efforts in tage in include some In each Automatic dyeing machines It might bu u "nlglillnare". of the future If the. old.. bell once usi'd. to ,Bound 'lire urluriim.

the present time, but it is hoped that the past. Certainly they did not pass: meal. Soybeans, nuts dry that take the guessworkout .HiimetliliiK. Isn't. done to halt the .preiuliiiK, hllglit Hark, peak-roofed. l liiillilliifr ut left It on cornerof !

this will be corrected at the 1967! legislative : this: city on to us in the knowledgeand I beans and peas are also these good:! of coloichinglng available: in are many becoming In siurkc'4! downtown. section.Actually Cull and' Thompson the former :M It('hell, Drug
When : :
session. Florida, which prides belief that we would sit idly by or protein grain sources.products are featured communities. When you head \ of. I'ourse, It IH u street. Hcene" .of some Morn location. Brick building, Jiiit beyond. then

itself on being progressive: i i.s one of and allow it to decay and deteriorate In main dishes try to for such a machine remember 511 sir inoroeiifM'. sign, with the' |ih", t"irruilur| |, looking housed! ,u livery stable. luiul IN the present location

the fewperhaps the only- state in when assistance can be had for the I combine them with a little that only clean fabrics north. along 'Iliompsmi. .. ." .. sired. from" a point In of. Stump's. White building with tower In

the nation without the necessary leg- asking. meat milk, cheese or other "take" dye successfully( In trout. f>f tin old (.."."-.L' .. |plant distance nut the old city hull, original meeting.\

islation authorizing municipalties to It is i too bad that everyone who will protein food from animal fact, a major manufacturer 'The hitching shed. at right stands. .. where. I the. place. of the H..tl1'11': \ fraternal, order. Light

participate in commercial area pro vote in the September 13 referendum sources of dyeing equipment! cautionsyou (..M'li-Colii. building U now located' U.kk Uiiildlug hanging In air ut Interiti. .lion In. delintlcly NOTu

jects. Sounds incredible-but its true. could not have heard the two groupsof No food is exactly like any to start by launderinggarments complete 'lieVond. liiiKKlen, I I..* formerall. .Insurancelenc" >, I Irafllc. light.
other food] and no food Is I' through: a
However there are many other Urban Renewal to Starke last: Wed- I complete in all nutilonts washer oycle, using hot soapor

phases of urban renewal that can be of Uuban Renewal to Starke last Wed- Milk products! are high: in detergent suds to remove sent out letters to every- AHCIIHIV: lll'NTS:
taken advantage of, and it was pointedout nesday. Our sincere hope is that those I calcium meats are low. stains and soil. Then place( C. Osteibind Director of the, state and the Information the ) one we know to be interested IN NOVEMBER;
Economic andBusiness obtained from survey I
that Starke would do well who did have this opportunity will poultry. eggs(;: and the clean articles in the dye Bureau of In
to get I Meat'l Research at the will be invaluable and will be in the poultry business
still wet. II Three archery hunts have
itself pass: the message on to (good sources of iron machine while '
in position to profit by the com- everyone possible : kind I'pholstervAn University of Florida will i useful for at least four yearsIn our county. We have asked: been scheduled for the Camp
One Shampooing
before low in It. /
mercial area program, if and when September! 13. abounds in meats also be assisting and tabulating talking about studies them to let us know If they Blending Wildlife Management -
vltnmln to prepare"dry"
i easy way
yourt! are willing: to expand theirbusiness
results by using and printed material
another in milk and a third' suds for shampooing the Area during the com-
Alice In TallahasseeTruly In whole grains. The best I upholstery I Is! to beat up a the University computor. Chamber of Information Commerce for Ispiepailnu both and eggs!grow' and more broilers.birdsfor ing season. Dates are: Oct

way to be sure of a good dirtis mixture of soap or detergentwith : I II ,. In conducting this employ several brochures .such as a We hope our growers will reI I I 22-23. Oct 29-30. and Nov
to use a variety of main a little warm water ment registration drive It Is pond, for this could meana 5-6. A $5 archery permit Id
I industrial brochure
dishes and wide (choices of necessary for us to have tin county requited in addition to a regular -
the ways of Tallahassee are the director of the State Purchasing other foods to complete the I .I.II cooperation of everyone in economic facts! manual and| county new If industry we increase for> production our- hunting !license.

sometimes' difficult to understand: and Commission who has been under fire meal. ..................... our area. One of the best ;a navel booklet Mont[ of this .
send main I to the economic type of information has! been ,, TUB KIGHT POINT for the
us out under the As plan your ways improve
starry skies in you
: in
recent months by members of the I (
overall menu health of community \Miy you
do our
the dead of night in dishes! your TALK
an attempt to State Cabinet. The Cabinet evidently SHOP the information in final form
In Industrial
fathom the unfathomable. planning too. keeping is through/ your favorite EST.R.1I1tK : -
wanted to route him from this position ) mind the different kinds of I I development. New industiie- ;ettim1 ready to no to press riiiMtlc Notebook $'.,711: at the! fountain pen. TKLK-
Where else, we'd like to know would so last week the members: simply"creuted" foods! that are needed for. an Bv Peter J. Novak mean better Job opportunities On Monday of this! week TELEGIt; .\i-ii. i.lt.VPII.

a boss-dissatisfied with the performance a new position: of assistant! adequate diet. Plan to serve General; ManagerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4/ I I for everyone and this! In -- . '
of an 'employee chastise the director of the State Purchasing Commission I' foods from each of these turn puts more money into -. .
employe by creating a new job for him four groups every day your hands and Into the
: set its salary at $13,700 and I \

at week the reduction"terrible in penalty"salary, of and a $5 then a gave:! the job to the "chastised" direc- I' or Meat more Oroup!servings Provide daily: two I During Florida the Crown past Council weekendthe of I hands better of schools( our community hospitals and foi THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR

tor. This cut his from
monUlly of Commerce met
pay Depending Chambers I other essential community
hire another Milk Oroup -
man, at full salary to do the $7,166.60 he received executive Jacksonville Beach for a
as at and services
from 2 cups! (ffor un- facilities
the on age '
job of the
Sounds like one "demoted" ? director to a "paltry" 1141.66 as: assistant der 91 4 cups for r teen I' business session and the annual \I You will be asked to fill !
"jabberwocky" out of beauty pageant The
director. agers). Even adults need out a one-page registrationform
"Alice Wonderland." you might be dally--You pageant was held in the beautiful will be kept a-- t
Meanwhile the man appointed to 2 or more cups |I which RETURN
well say' and you'd be half right. director will continue to receive full Never Out Orow Your Need new Coliseum and was private information but will
Its 'jabberwocky," all right- but it's Milk. I I well attended Miss JuJi made available to Industrial -
out of Tallahassee pay for the job- just $5 a week more -.' Alklre, a student In the 1 1
instead VegetableFruit Group so they may
of Wonder prospects
land. than his assistant.' Such shenanigans This Includes vegetables and :I Bradford County Student see for themselves the high.

In should make the taxpayers real happy. I fruits of all kind Provide Work-Study Program who is,'caliber of available workers J Wl LL LHw nN
case you haven't been reading Boy, page Alice In Wonderland I She four or more servings! IncludIng a part-time secretary for the Such information as age ,/r A. i

the papers lately, consider the case of ain't seen nothing yet. a citrus' fruit or Bradford County Develop-I sex. martial status, education r= J J J J

other fruit or vegetable important ment Authoilty, represented training. employment !
for vitamin C dally Bradford County In the I status work experience, salary -
Mrs. Catherine
and a dark-green or deep- pageant. distance willing to
yellow vegetable for vitaminA Heggr, our office secretary, travel and other pertinent '
I 3
\9R- q chaperoned Judl. !
F THE BRADFORD COUNTY at least every other day. information can be easily pit'
4: TELEGRAPH During the business session I and i Is the
Bread-Cereal Oroup -This down on this form 13 Years
;); ESTABLISHED 1879 group includes all breads! and of the Council yours truly Information needed As a re Experience In -YOUR

(A I MfN6ERO a ( y restored Provide rather handsome plaque as will be contacted at tome
\ enriched or
\ C04 4 or more servings dally Past President of the 15- future date by a new indus
..... FLORIDA'' OLDMT WEEKLY NCWSPAPE" PUBLISHED COMTINUOUSUV Other foods the fats and county council, and it now" try. We urge your fullest cooperation HK) WILL COXTINTK:' { TO WOKK FOR .
'TIotN- ,I
UNDER THE SAME" MASTHEAD. oils sugars and unenrlcherl hangs in my office. The schools! will
\ cereal products used! in cook- Shortly we will enter Intoa distribute the forms and will Improved Street! Drainage and Stand-In Power Facilities

,.: PUBLISHED EACH" THURSDAY AND ENTERED A. SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THIt Ing or added to foods at the I labor avalllblllty study in I take up the same during the e Better Working Conditions'! and Higher Salaries'! for City
t POST Office. AT STARKE' F'UUNClE" ACT 0.. MARCH" 3. tsyEM ., table will help to round our cooperation with Duval Nassau week of September 12th Emplojees.
I"J meals and satisfy appetitesIn Baker. Bradford. Clay,I through September 20th All
THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR 1330: - SIX MONTHS U 00 the United States near- St. Johns and Putnam coun- of the form must be returned -
; OUTSIDE TRADE AREA: If I fail to see you personally before the election please don't hold it
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $3.25: ly half of the protein In the I ties. The schools in each of by September 20th.
I will
against! me. appreciate jour vote and active support.
national diet comes from the''these respective counties i II| We art told that this! labor
meat group, About a fifth I have agreed to assist In this study will be the largest such | JM Pol. Ads i
comes from bread and other undertaking and Dr Carter study ever undertaken in this




Healthful Foods At Edwards I Ii'/fo 'Watch Repair, Quality Jewelry '1'1

: Grocery Gives Energy For SchoolWho \-1 t"Its Off -to SchOOWe\ Go.// Offered Here by 'Williams Jewelry

knows which of our 'i'great/ pride in the high quality School time Is 'watch time"ami Our popular priced watchesnre
;youngster' of 'today may be .mil moderate prices of j { -: tY with> the opening of n the choice of students-
: chosen to make a space nge their meats and other foods. { now school term at hand/ now'a both boys and girls who
trip to the moon tomorrow? These reasonable. prices (leven .. the time to have WILLIAMS want good looks and dependability .
That la the reason It 1s so important Iin todiy's Inflation) are avail Jewelry put your present at a moderate price;"'
S to give today's> student 'able every day in the week watch in tip-top condition, Ol"j William Jewelry carries a
the advantages of good. I not Just weekend specials. If you need a new complete line of Bradford
', 'wholesome food such as is You will find it a pleasur-1 Williams has them to Mint any High School class rings, and

found at EDWARD'S GROCERY able and convenient experienceto price range. other Jewelry especially de
: on U.S. 301 (south). shop at Edward's Grocery Parents are reminded that signed for BBS students.

Right now--at the opening because It Is outside the central a reliable watch Is the stu Hit lbstone rings 'and charm

of a new school term-Is the business district! and a r dent' most valued friend and btaoelets are always popular
time to get "The Kdwards: parking Is never a problem.Our constant companion duringthe /gifts for the student, and Williams
Grocery habit" If you aren't low overhead also helpsto busy school days ahead. has a wide selection of

already! one of our steady cus keep down costs to the con- Punctuality It) one of the most these, as well as many other
tomers. There are so many sumer and you save from pennies Important traits that a young gilt/ items for young and old.
; :new faces In Starke and vicinity to dollars on every gro- .r person can have and a good Keepsake Diamonds and oth-
these days that wcs cery order. watch Is the best way to I er name brands.
teach 'this habit. But It Is not just with the
would< like to take this opportunity Yesyour boy may be the priceless
of extending a warm t Watch repair service at Wil- students that Williams Is so
/astronaut of tomorrow If you
llama la known far We are also a MUST
welcome to all to shop with give him the correct diet to Jewelry ,popular.
and wide for Its high standards for the bride and groom with
Jack and Gladys Edwards at keep his body strong today I
their friendly store. and satisfaction Is guaranteed our wide selection of diamonds
and that girl of :yours mightbe
the of the most and other Rifts for the wedding
I by use
With the many activities chosen for some equally I '
modern. testingand anniversary/ or any other -
equipment for

'. fresh that, they children meat need and take plenty vegetables part of in!good today to l, I 1 I, Come are responsible strong out to in mission Edwards mind and G'ocel'vtod.1 if, body.they Johnsons Farmers Supply ReadyTo i All Grocery I Firestone Bikes For Boys and Girls I getting, running your condition.watch inperfect I i for Important mothers occasion.the l1oLJerRRlnA' And

: I "You will be surprised how
keep up their strength for y and sec if you don't

classroom physical training work, as on the well nth-as 1 agree convenient its ,the and friemliost.most economical most- Aid Our Farmer Students ( Needs Filled \Will Make{ New School Term EasierWant I ensy fine Williams watches it Is. "We to," own are says always one Chrirney of glad our'< Jewelry Jewelry.The next -The think time names you of William.think are synonymous of;

let$! field. It Is here that Edwards l. place to shop In this! entire -
Grocery can be especially urea | Industry any come, and Industry farmers should /get the habit I to make the new' Or, If von prefer to !give t the to make terms to suit tho convenience .
< helpful, for they takeRAIFORD I may gobut farming'''''of buying their farm supplies i By Lawson'sLAWSON'S school( term easier and more bicycle as a Christmas gIft of our customers

'goes on forever in.. Bradford :): In Starke, where they can HOC ton for everyone concerned ? I you may put it aside now on
-,, County. That i jg why A. R. what they are getting," Jlr.:: 'J he secret lies In !getting a our convenient lay-away plan.
,Johnson of JOHNSON'S FAR- I Johnson said. "Prices are I MARKET handsome moderate priced, Of course, bicycles are just
Denmark's Expanded Store Now MKRS: SUPPLY, is pleased to 'just as low here as thev are COlD STORAGE, Firestone bicycle for every! one of the many useful. item i Pixie Shop Sale Coincides

I see the progress being made anywhere else and. the home- near the Seaboard depot chool-age/ child in the family. that may be found at your Wit1"
by Bradford, County growers 'town merchant will nlwayx I Washington, St pnrrlps Starting September 6 the) friendly Firestone S tor e.

Serving Area Better Than EverHove who are adopting new, improved stand I behind what ho sells flnrr line of fresh moats school term "rat race" will Household appliances of all Opening Of Bradford
methods to handle our you." meat products. always begin/ all over again and It Is kinds, many hardware items, I
I well known rops. I' L'adlnbl'and./ .. of feeds able at reasonable no easy task for mothers to toys, fishing, tackle, paints

you visited DF.N.lCARK'S lit is also Iml'o"11111" to hivradequate Having a farm background seeds, fertilizers' ore also! offered that are easy on the btlcl rush. through breakfast to lunch boxes, thermos bottle: Mrs Clarenco Rhoden. new 'I popular with teen-ase girls
himself, Mr. Johnson known. to the farmers of this Inke the children to school, etc. Are Just (i few of themuny Pixie and will be delighted
of The you
: FURNITURE: CO. lighting thioiiglviui', : No crowing: child's meal I owner ShopjaCl'oss
I, the farmer' needs and prob, I area by Johnson's.. Kirmeri then have to return for them useful items on nat courthouse, with clever designs 11
the our
of Starke recently? If not, I the home in order, to avoid, really complete without from
lems. He Is ready to supply Supply. Other items. stocked in the afternoon. Why not rid shelves.Mr. of this blouses by the nationally(
you will be genuinely amazedat serious cyestinln while< stmly- kind of nourishing meat says:; that parents
the diversified stock of Ing that might (d image the I those needs with the best In at this popular store include log Included daily-for jonrself of this time-killing Jordan is deeply appreciative area are fortunate that the 1 known and advertised S P ring-/
high quality farm feeds, fertilizers roofing and other farmI of the wonderful -
furniture and home furnishings eyes for life. An Inexpensive many is the body's chief source u chore by getting each school i patronage I opening of school coincides- maid:! Mills. They are truly!
and other farm i I I and household necessities Of that has been accorded '
many I I I
now being shown on our Indent lamp to go with the protein. Diet authorities age youn.gster In the family with their great sale 1 now In' fabulous and require so lit-]
necessities.Mr. course there is always a ".\reline handsome: new bicycle at I, them by tho people of
expanded floor space. You desk would do the trick.Proper \( stress the a tle care.
importance prom-ess.
Johnson and his accommodating I of groceries and meats, ? Starke and surrounding trade
would have to travel far to rest IH another important meat In the daily fr.re the FIRESTONE STORK I With living costs higher These are Just a few of our
find a more complete line, or > Item for the health of I staff also enjoy so you can gel everything youneed adults especially our ,rust drop by this weekend and area since they opened their now than ever before It i amizlnj sale Items. We don'lf
I working with the young people with only one stop store here in 1064.! They feel
more economical prices than the child. If you arc not providing In their agricultural citizen! who nee| this 'et Eaton Jordnn you :' la important that you get(? full have space to tell you sboll
programsthe "We this fine patronage avole
In that
are the business to for childto /
are being shown right here in comfortable mattress. how ensy it Is your by thlj
a drop
supply of value from every last penneyof eVI'I'ythlnfso: :
Future Farmer, The 4-H the protein. of confidence and hat: enabled ) -
I nerve needs of the peopleat the thrill and convenience ,,
Starke. and springs for your boy or enjoy budget. Thatis weekend and see for your}
Boys and Girls, the Future the lowest possible prices" The friendly staff nt Iason's owning beautiful ''': them to constantly ex- your clothing
Like other Staike merchants girl you are doing\ them a Homemakers of / The Pixie Shop Is 61
and other Market ft Grocery and
and that is what their Inventory
accounts for bike. You will he surprised Ipand fMrs.
Denmark Is looking grave[ Injustice that might In need for Rhoden said she ha
groups. vites parents of school ( to better the people' truly a friend:!
our stirrcss Come for starts
we that |
forward to the new school keep them from doing their "Our farmers and futureseem.s :' yourself," advisca Jlr. Johnson.. dren to come In dally 1" to learn !! prices of tho area.operate families of all ni/es-especially been delighted with the fir
low $21)0
term and is as
especially inter- best work in school. At 0111'prespnt ;' select their meats and those with hard-on- reception the people
ested In helping you outfit a > low prices, every home I has given her rlnct
I try from a lame variety' clothes students.Where ( Starke
private study nook for that can afford a !goo to be ImprovingMrs choice cuts! on display In Orlffls i iMr. with me and phoneme else:; but The Pixie she bought The Pixie Shod
school age boy or girl In your for every member of Royals In Lakeland MiKoyal '. and Mrs. Ruffin
I clean: and: sanitary their Items. Since most 1 Shop (could you\ find serviceable just recently. "We have mad
home. No child can attain his the family. MalY Johns of Jack- !? and daughters Karen and Mrs. J. S. Sappl]
sonville is visiting her sister and We especially invite you vis- of the ladles work during the shoes from $1.99 durable countless new friends, fojj
best marks in school withouta School Items ore just a Brenda brought them and children of Lawtey ,,
certain amount of homework small part of the diversified and family the Charlie Bur- home on Saturday. take a look at the ited her parents, Mr and day, I cannot reach you by school dresses at equallylow which we are grateful, an-f

and he is much more displays of home furnishings ,I netts at State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp; and) display of meats in our :! Mrs. Theodore Rosier Sat-' phone and will have to depend prices. .. Panties, 5 for people are coming to really
I I I if I $1.00. Slips only 69c that Pixie Shop prices aH
There storage department.There calling me
will be on you
likely to apply himself! to his that: IJenmark'a! has gathered I a Youth Mrs :Mjrtie Sapp left Saturday urday.
books if the home provides together for your Inspection I I Meeting at Ralford's First to visit Mrs. Bill Sapp's 1 h no economy( Friends of Mrs. Charlie', the column going Please lei Scarfs in all colors, only right, and the quality i|
.. Baptist Church buying Inferior grades me hear from you. 49c. and a marvelous selection there too" she added.
and will
pleasant surroundings !and approval. Limited space Friday nightat parents: the Dillmaas In Kentucky Buinett ol State Farm Th4
modern facilities for studying. prevents us from going' into 7:30: p. m. There will be meat when you can have be glad to learn that she I|I of Flats in all styles So hurry on down to
If possible, he should have detail, so why not visit DEN: singing:, testimonies and a Mr and Mrs. Cecil Addison .- best for less at came home from the hospitallast NE"ORPORTIOS for a low. low Price of $1.99 Pixie Shop and share In thi!|

a desk of his own where he MARK'S this weekend. and film. "Car Fever". After the : and son David of Gainesville Having been In the week and Is doing: fine. I Secretary of State Tom I\ and up.Skirts. I really big Sale.
can keep his books and papers see for yourself. Again, we meeting refreshments!\ will he vWled Mr. and Mis. producing and (' I Adams has announced:! thei and blouses arc ever
and other school sup say, you'll .be surprisedat served. All young people ages Theodore Rosier Saturday. b sli1"'essrbl' many, yy"' y".yyyy''yyy.y'' ''' I i I chartering of the following t i!

piles without fear of having the! quantity the quality 13 through 24 are urged to Mr. and Mrs. !\f. M. Grit years/ the Lawsons! have corporation In Bradford I
them disturbed or misplaced AND the price! attend. fis accompanied Mr. and Know-how to give the Lake : County: Bradford Feed Inc.. Filed Aus. 18. 1966( ; dealingIn ',porators: B. T Thomas.L. '

r. Mr and Mrs. Harold Yar- Mrs Joe Fair and son of. wife full value for Kingsley : Edwards Road, Starke. Auth-, buying, feeding shippingand ; ; I' Thomas. Susie U-i--
Onlnesillle dollar spent on meat. orized stock 100 share of sellina of livestock anc I W O. Dodd:!, all of :
brouKh and Sharon. Sheila
/ on a business
trip 1'':. M. NortUB
twwwWWWYYWWWWYyyyyyyy were business visitors in and Sonja and Mrs. RubyYarbrouirti to Jacksonville; Saturday/ With (.o many : MM.Thane' 583.20lvvvvv..vv"vy..vyv.Y \ common of no par value ]poultry business. Incorpor- I Filed by George If'm Pl le
Gainesville Monday. ,
I attended the Nor- night. In Starke these days -
Friends of Lawtey Crews man Family Reunion at Mr. and Mrs tester Dobbsof Lawsons H. A., Ewell, , , I
of State Farm will regret to Jim take this II .
Strickland's' Beach on King- Gainesville visited Mr. and I .' ;. .. .
By Mrs. Earl Dobbs i learn that he Is back In King sley Lake.A. Mrs. Earl Dobbs Sunday to extent:! a cordial (' : Mr and Mrs. E O. Elder ,: y.j.w", .,".M ." 1 '
Phone 498-2601 Memorial Hospital. We pray afternoon. and welcome to all to and sons have returned from
I !M Jones and
: .4..1 he is soon well and able to Netherwell of New Terry Port Mr. and Mrs. M.tllip Orlffls their store where free Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Ev- i BETTER LIGHT \;
come home again. is to have them
inn facilities are eryone happy;
Rev Joe McCullough and Ritchie visited Mr and Mrs. visited their children, Mr. ',
Monroe Klttler who spends available. Having been( home again ;
family are away on vacation I Enl Dobbs Sunday. and Mrs. Hulls Ellington in "
several days in the V. A. business In Starke so We welcome to our com- lightensHOMEWORK :
this week. Misses Jackie and Joey their new home in Lake Butler . . .
Gerald Orlffls and his son.' Hospital In Lake City every Sapp recently visited theiruncle I Saturday.Mr. years, they need no munity Mr. and Mrs, John C .
reek home and and three children
was Friday duction to old-time Simmons
I .
Mike and and< Mrs. Earl
Paul Johnston and family the John Dobbs
,. .r.a --. -- --or, .r accompanied Mr. and Mrs but they are always 'who recently returned from r"
Don Newmans" ntn children to make new friends France 'where Mr Simmonswas
stationed with the All-
The Law/sons invite
to Diytona Brach Wednesday : -
and on to Sorrento to Inspection at any time Force They have purchasedthe

ANOTHER GOOD REASON visit Mr. and Mrs L,. J. their: facilities and tJoy.iIacy: home and 1/1
.. .. dise. They are confident will move this week. The,
r: .t --"-' 7' Mikel Jr. and familyMr .
"' ..,"' :, i and Mrs Bill Brown- you will be convinced Macys ha\e moved into the ,
: : } :1': <<> IJ better at no Bence home on the lake. -
r ; Inn a returned home no( quality .
..;.o. ,, Friday '
I ,. ",,... ..1t .."" ", '<.., after a week's ,,1.lt'Ith their reasonable price can !Mr. and ;Mrs Richard !Ma- II ,
; 't' ;.' '; J'i" cheda of Jacksonville visited .. ,, 1 > 40 '- C< children Mr and l Mrs. Alton I found\ nnvwhcre. TRY
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\<:" '' ...!t' ...
: 1'1 .... ; Browning In Jacksonville SON'S for your next Mr E. M. Norton Tuesday ,, ."
.1 > 'i :; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner I order! evening.Mr. .
..... and Mr.s W H. Aaner '
.. '''!'xtt
: ;"" ;" ..., J.- : of Jacksonville visited '
W ..:-1, '. .m" ',';:f :.. \:;'. .;,.'.... I her mother Mill Ruby Y.ir- day had lte as! quests for two( \\'p..ksI.e
Christmas Jacksonville
:< -
< /j1. 9 ,. .. '!o brouuh Sunday then went onto I Little Rickey Waters
.. : .
; <
: : .j ;
/ '" the Norman Reunion at Jacksonville went home
. .. I!, I '.:,: ;..<0. '. ," ; Strickland Beach I day after a two weeks I I will try to write!! the news! C4

L Miss Ann Cranlcv\ ha.s enteied I'i with his grandparents, again if our people will co- 5 u 4 4

l' n pliiimriil( school in i
< St Augustine! \ Ann is the 1 wr

."r '' ... daughter of !Mr Hti-1 1 Mrs:
b.i' . Frank Craw ', owner and :1 Adult Basic Education Program
; '
A. < Ir; ... operator of Hi-bo store :
Mr. and Mrs. David Cameron

: .-AI ''''''' :<'' of Panta Texas recently -" MKS. MKKMCK: HOPKINS. COOltHINATOIt
I o ; .....
: -" Oilffis. Mrs Cameron
w Drawer 100. Office USO( Building

I will be remembered as the Starke; Florida ::12091
i1. farmer Miss Christine Orlf 1
I E ; ) fill While here nil the family
v Education Grades 1 LOON FOR THIS TAG ON STUDY UI\II\ iI.
> art one Sunday wit) Elementary to 8
t ;..; ;,, Mrs Ernest, Cltiffi.s and last t It mpunn that it complies with the rigid
'* i.
.. ....'' ,' _. ,...... ; "'", _>>iott '..... ._.;1 Sunday with his mother Mrs MORNINGS: : AFTERNOONS: : : EVENINGS: standards. of the fetter Light Belter Sight Bureau

;. FOR DRIVE-IN BANKING Cameron in Jacksonville.Mrs. and Illuminating Engineering Society.
Mary Freemin re Centers Throughout Bradford County

: Join the fun...and convenience! Use our quick turned home Thursday after Good home study lighting;: prevents eyestrain and fatigue! aids concentra-
: drive-in teller window to the !several days vli.lt. with her NEW-Consumer Education for the
: on your way brother tion. Better homework means higher grades in school.
and family the Fie
: beach, office, shopping, or school-just drive Jones In Lake City While Housewife Electricity is cheap about two hours of 200-watt lighting for onlya

wit In, drive up to the window; and drive off. Gives there she visited her sister penny. In fact it's now cheaper than ever. Today, the average pries
::1' you more free time to do more things...all the Mrs. Ola Bonner and het r *.. HOW TO BUY WISELY: paid per kilowatt hour for Sunshine Service electricity in the home is

... year aroundl nephew and:! family the E D .* HOW TO COOK & TO SEW FOR THE FAMILY: ; actually 31% cheaper than just 10 years ago.
: Start YOUR drive-In banking here NOW! Lynn McRae and twc *. AND OTHER IMPORTANT: SUBJECTS. ; Start your child "Back to School" with a new, modern study lamp ,

rr' friends from Starke were functionally designed for seeing without glare or strain.

.,', visiting \m St. Augustine Fri Be A (Good; Neighbor! Tell Your Friends About

r.' day.Mr These Courses! SEE TilE SELECTION AT YOUR I DEALER NOWr
;t and Mrs Ruffin Orlf I
w: fis visited their children. Mr.
FLORIDAB'A.HK and Mrs. Junior Waters and Some adults! in the Bradford County area last year c

r family In Jacksonville Sun covered as many as three ((3):)) grade levels! duringthe

dayMr nine ((9)) months. Let the Bradford County .

: and Mrs. Mallie GrIf- Adult Education Program help you! R ,
'' S TAR I K E fls visited :Mr and Mrs

rt I Johnnie\ Shadd In Macclenny Classes for 19<>(>-6i( are expected to start with the -- -
: One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Sunday afternoon\ regular IIIhool.vrogru! .
Mrs Altle !Mae OrlffU: and

:. .: i3_".". ..:. Member. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Varnes.her mother visited:Mrs the Mamie But Plan Now To Enroll Early! L o i i o POWER i :; C811'IIY

.- Registers In Sanderson: Sun-! HEtPINQ auno H.QHIDA

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vvyyyyy'yyvyy,1vvv,, visitors in Baton Rouge La. Wadsworth. I I will! soon be a continuous Jacksonville were Sunday I ,iii."t tii t, ,. I II Ii., i'I I li, I iitiuiiM, n.iini"f' 'nppto\,,1| l Iov Iii.- 'ilv\ "'"'liii..iI ". .\11',". I I', KKV, "siiiilhT'' ( \ Ii.. r. Annum!, A. D. IDOft.ISKAI. .
\\ M.T III I.II'K 'lli\: KlU.KT, ,' ilcflnlriK tlii ,iliilli-M.' liabilities nati1)) %I1. l.ulte pi'kerlnfiAlternuti .)
the weekend. Mrs. Lillian Slade. has moved -I of chicken houses, which guests of their daughter and
row I IM': (ii I I li ii ll.M.mVIN CIIKV-: exempt" "I I''"Oil anil, povnrH I I I ). M I1'.. Itoifr U.ins- FUndal F. ('hltty-
Mr. and Mrs. Glen McIntosh her beauty parlor from ,: Is a good sign of progress. son-in-law and family the' ii< >i.Mr.: IM';;" (r. a. JHI North.SI. of mild i-lty In ,iinili'rtuklnir, l by (Alternati'). RANDAU V." CHITTY MAYOR
and Gall Saxon were main street to her new home. '' Mrs. Beulah Kelly spent a Harry Faulkners.! .1 1 k., Klorlilu.Al IIUi'll lll'tlvltU'H' InrlillllllK'' the I In Tentltnonv, I" Whereof. I Illeieiinlo ATTKHT: :
'I' to aiiiulre, 10111"".',- "rllieU 111I1 Name" :Mrrrlll RdwupilnMERRILL
\ I 1111"I 1" I III. nrvHlilcnt.lux power property'
By Mrs. Mary Williams visiting Miss Betty Durling Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ad- week with her son and Miss Debbie Faulkner.Mike '" N. \Vntnut:s ,, $t. >lllOrk, ,'. Kluriln through 4 the r'x"'I I,in' of i the .\ (CllllHe 'I'll, Sen! "If The EDWAHUH. CITY
at Jacksonville Beach over kins! of Bowling! Green Mrs. I daughter-in-law Mr. and Conner. Buddy:: Dyal power ot fMiilnent" ilonuiln.,, .orotherwlHe :<. I Ill I City To. I II- I II.!' "r, 1111'f', II.I;HK
AAA&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.SCHOOL the weekend. O'June Ellis of Georgetown Mrs. H. B. Kelly in Gaines and Roger Kelly attended the I Imti'c& t tills JJnnl. tiny of AnKIIHI I .to ti UHI. ."OH<> of property flxnl, Till") Tin ,inl I ,I I J'.I"r( 8/4 5t 51CONTRACT
fill ji-it, I to ri-Htrti, I"I IOIINdeeiniul ..
\ 1 I'1 moil at >Mliil-ku iiuy
Mr. and Mrs. James Purser S. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. P. ville. Baptist camp at Camp Montgomery .
NEWS lu-.iilfonl, 4 1' .I3flty. Klorlilu.VS6 "' iitM-eHHitry' to privrnithe I
and son of Rockmart Ga. W. Kelley of Winter Haven Pvt. Ray Norman of Ft. last week. 41 !ll/m l I dcvploptuent. or, -pn-nil' .1 01fiitnn ,
School will start Tuesday. spent the weekend with Mr. were visiting their parents, Gordon, Ga. spent the week- Mrs. JoAnn Osteen and HliiniM"' or hlltfhtiil I/ I ,I 'u"" 'a*.
Sept. 6. Teachers for the and Mrs. Jeff Baker and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns end with his! parents Mr. son Mike of Jacksonville '\0'1'11; OK. I.u.i"rIov:. frutlotlR to I leslie' UoridK and. ., gI nnd V.. "t I h..-.,.. .ill.ohll-' Its"
new year are Mrs. Herrlott family. last week. and Mrs. F, M. Norman Jr. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I. Itumliil. |I"\ (Chltty, Mayor, tlterornl', to levy tilXi'H 'II"lid 1 IIHHeHKmelttH -
Mrs. Van Zant and Mr. Melton of "f tint "city or tflnrke. Flurliliiliy .. anil. I to. .-..ii.r, itt. ,..
Mrs. W. H. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Edward Norman and MI' and vlrtiiK, of, th. authorityMtxlotl
Cllett. Mrs. Herrlott will be Gainesville! spent the week- Mrs. J. G. Adklns:! were Mr. Crosby and children of Mrs. Gordon Jones Friday In in.. 1 h y li\v, do HKriMtnientfl teaching the kindergarten In end with her son and daugh- and Mrs. H. W. Prlester of Gainesville! were visiting his night. li.T.y, | ,, :"i II ,,1"1'141' I'rlnmi-.v' finns ImpoHed In. ...iiII'Ithrr.'svIlli .. Im.,
the 1 "Kl.-rilun: in )h,' In-III lit tin Klrr PAINTING
mornings and physical ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lon- Palatka and Mrs. Mlram Kel- parents Mr. 'and Mrs. O. E. >Mint I.. III the nruri-Miitil" City : l pri, '''>\idliiK( fni'', ,imiirlinn ,
education program In the nie Melton. ley of Winter Haven. I, Crosby and grandmother STILL GO \VKST: 'liy 'iiinlirit'il. I ,l '..'rH on Tuna- dee ronvwnl.. hereunilir itKem.. v, lo'IT exir-Hiihl
afternoon. Mrs. Hlbbard, who Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home Mrs. G. D Pierce I Mrs. J. L. Johns. Some iliiyVpirmbpr, I 1:1.:4 l 1111111! A. n.. powerH "
spent Saturday 400,000 new settlers 1'..,r s tlu i, 1 purpoHi'' of ii.'t: lag I tinfoil ,'1110' detefnilni'H, II to I...- III I thfliulillc ,
taught third grade last year visited:: Marineland! and St. several days in the Medical! afternoon.Rev. i cross California's borders each I I..\\inn I orrivi-i-H., ; liii"'"','NI .iitith.. "'iri/inu No Job Too Small
will be joined this year by Augustine on Sunday. Center in Gainesville last and Mrs. M. D. Medl- year says National Gaogrnphtc. :; 4 liroiiu 1 I 1Cnllh'lImlO'',, For wild 'IIY to ftirnlMh% .. futnl' ,", ,
Mrs. Van Zant In teaching Two YonrH.iroun norvli" I'M. rarlllllei ,t uiI 'pi"pttrty
Mr. and Mrs. George Sax- eras and children were trans At present some 19 million .
aid IheieTor I tlie IMHiiani'O
In I liy -
week.Mrs. I! :a i Counoilmnn For No Job Too LargeStanley
In the primary unit. Mrs. on and Mrs. Ernestine Strick Mattie Thompson. acting business in Jackson- people- roughly one of I Two Y,*nrN.Iriiup nt olOlKatloiiM,I I I'V I taxation -
Adkinson will teach the Intermediate land are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eve Menefree and Mrs.A. ville Monday. every 10 United States residents I (I" '* :5 Cotint'llmiin I KOITwo or otherwlHu : proUinMthat '. \ ) .
unit with Mr. Mrs. Ernest Hunter In Fort make their home in Vi'iirH. 'Hlu'lll'ltlert, l 1..1.' .and', '
L. Fowler and
son were
We are glad to know that AI.10Ch.iptir proper, !leu while liehl., 10, n
Cllett. Mrs. Paul will con- Lauderdale this week. visiting !Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Cecil Ellis was able*. to return the Golden State.MITICK I <11.32811.:; 141'1"(11'1' ( 1I puhllr, lltfeney I h..r.. .ii,nili', I Hhall jrnnc
tinue to teach the exceptional Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams Thursday of last week. home Sunday from the Med I of I lMl.r! ..r Ih,' I.CKlHlllllirv be exempt"' from, taxation. ; )1"ir<"-
class and run the library. and family were sUP- Gary Prevatt of Starke OK IN'ticSIui: ... ToMKfiltTKII I MOIIHIHill I I I 2518 I provhllDK/ the vldlllMT' for li ,reful, eniltiin.'',
ical Gainesville.
Center I InHucctum, For SillJ UleiII :!
: :-
This I children : H"llri 0')| Mllll' :
year Primary per guests of Mr. and Mrs. spent the week with his Gerald Norman will be In ;Notlr: IN horolty Rlxen thitth I :, A ri'fcri-ndiim, on a '.'- rl.la-.. on: Phone 259-3084
(first grade) will be George Williams Saturday' grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J. Tampa on business this week. .. umlprHlirnprl. ii".I.'r. I thprilVlHlnllH tlv,' Art, ...111 II,ilK to' hip (City Mm Krnpmtnp Ppninnrlt.
dismissed after lunch at night. O. AdkIns. Of. ''hilli-r I :,| JO.'tVt, of HtarUiiirlinn, ,, "riniwiil" : l pr<,- :Ml-H.I M 'rll.'.' I DennN, ,UI"rtKoKter. I Fla.
12:15: for the first six weeks. Harry Faulkner Jerry Dy- 1.1O"I'' i ."'''.1'1,111., A. i, ,.1' nil. \ lilum, f..r (the "ri-lml'llltiitli'ti, MrJT.. !I': I Iliinly., : ''ii I I Naiiirgr.'I Macclenny,
Angus Hall and Mr. and Junior Estes is in the Med- al Kenneth Ellxson ,, ,
and were < III rficMi'. I'll' I Hi' ,i'!10' < I I"f ili.ir.imt I ', uiul, \ "n ili-\ '1i>,piniHti.f II' \\ Ilh.ii.I.i'
\ >I'
Beginning! children become Mrs. Jack Hall and family ical Center In Gainesville.Mr. attending to business In Perry I'h.. <-10'< nit u 4' 'n'II, in .".oJ .r "rKriuiriiril ,., Hluiiix,,,,,, 'iii., ..1) lllihl.-il, It""'. IM III \illii-KI.I Mi-x I, IM: I I''I''I v It''I. I'. o. Box 31
very tired by afternoon and moved from Keystone to and Mrs. Jack Dyal of Saturday.Mr. "'"'"11.> |,'|1'.tnli." i upn \ t TI Ii!" i 'n v <>' St., n) ,K, III ,l.l' ",1.! John.( "Sinipx, ii Mrx I Kiln:, I It.I ."
we feel they do not gain their new home on Road 221 Winter Park were visiting and Mrs. Hicks of 1 pri'uf <">r piii.h.. ,II I"." i.r. tiu-.. .1 i II"< \* ,IIII' 1 in" 1 h.1 i n, ,r> in \\ ,,I til.niH\ "III.Mil., ,' \I Ii, 'Kill: I Mil.Ch.lBtei l:, '' ,, II. ,

much from an afternoon South. Mrs. Alma Dyal and Mr. and .
class. We urge parents to FrIends of Mrs. Minnie! I Mrs. Pat Glover on Sunday.
arrange to pick up childrenat Collins will regret to hear Robert Brown was oper-
12:15.: If this is Impossiblethe that she is in the hospital In ated on in Alachua General
child will be kept the Jacksonville.Mr. Hospital for appendicitis:! last '
entire day. However. no for- and Mrs. M. L. Wat-
mal class work will be con- terson attended the funeral wepk.We extend sympathy to ') '

ducted. or Mrs. Sam Dover at Hunt- Mr. and !Mrs. Joe Oliver in HEW G.AMESJART_ ; TODAY !
The faculties of Brooker ersvllle. N. C. and the Wat- the death of his brother last
and Hampton schools felt 1 It t rson reunipa Ju .Gcover S. week.vvv.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'. _-7._-.
would be good to have a get- C. They also visited friends
together and meet each and relatives in North and
other. so on Ausmt:: 26 Brooker South Carolina last week.
came to Hampton for Visitors! with Robert Cutchen -
lunch and to be shown lastweek were his son Bavless Hiway
around the ,rhool. On Au- and dauqhter-in-law Mr. and Play FAIR
,rust 30 Hampton went to Mrs. Paul Cutchen and three By Mrs. O. E. Crosby
Brooker to return the visit. Children, and his niece and "
Lunches this year arc 35 husband. Mr. *n1 Mrs. Fields AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJReepptlon
cents. of San Jose. Calif. For New Faster.
PERSONALS: Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and A reception will be held
Mr. and Mrs. EH ward Saxon Robin visited In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Sept. 4 )
and family were business Monday with Mrs. Katherint'I from 3 until 5 o'clock for
Rev. and MI's.t.! D. Mede-
iras and family. Rev. Mede- i -
iras accepted the pastorate '
EARN A of Bayless Hlway Baptist (i

Church. Everyone Is !invitedto
attend We want to welcome
High School Diploma By CreditsYou Rev. and Mrs. Mcdleraa

and dau hters. Janice and
Lorenda to the community.
( :May Need Only A Few. ; Check the List) They moved from Perry Sat-

Required Credit: ((0th Grade and Above) urday.
Mr an-1 Mrs. Hubert Prlest
:3 Units English er have brought the home
1 Unit Mathematics occupied by Mr. and Mrs.

1 Unit Science (General or Biology) Herman Lee Jr. The Prlestera
are formerly of Palatka.
1 Unit American History The men of Bayless Hlway
1 Unit Government (or Civics) church are busy this week
\\'i Unit Americanism vs. Communism finishing the pastorlum. It
'Vi Unit Additional Social Studies looks real nice. /

8 Units! Elective Academic Subjects Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby a/
were visiting their son and
16: Units Total Required for High School Diploma daughter-in-law. Mr. and

Mrs. Randolph Crosby in
NOTE 1. 2 units will be accepted for military Maxville. also Mr. and Mrs. \ ag

training (if fully described and docu- Hysler In Jacksonville.The 1
mented by the Armed Service Branchor ladles of Bayless

courses under USAFI, if certificateswere Church entertained with a LI 8E01L7
presented). welcome supper for Mrs.
Me>::!eras and girls Saturday
NOTE 2. Non-academic subjects (such as Physical night !in the educational _

Education Band Chorus! or others) building of the church. Rev. ; ,
cannot he included in the required total Medleras was at a revival !in Cl : $ \ t\t\
Screvens. Ga. He Joined his :'
family Sunday.We ,

Interested Persons Are Urged/ To extend our deepest 4 FOOD FAIR'S NEW 80-NATIOM
sympathy to Mrs. Edward
Early Norman in the lots of her '< f :
Register mother Mrs Rachel Green. : EASY TO PLAY !
Also to Mrs. Marian Thompson : GAME WITHOUTOFTHIS
Classes are expected to start with the regular in the loss of her hus-

program. bind. May God bless both of

CONTACTThe : you.Mr.: and Mrs. Barney Ess- ,- EASY TO WIN!' % I WORLD PRIZES !

ers and children of Jacksonville -
Director. Bradford County Adult Education were dinner Buesu of \ Each visit Food Fair will receive a free I
you I
her parents. Mr and Mrs T \ you IT'S FUN.IT'S! EDUCATIONAL !
Program/ Drawer 100, Starke, Florida 320H!)1 N Norman Their son.' John- game slip. .Mo ten the wash-off patch to reveal /
in the of the USO Building.
Or > isit the office rear ny. will be Icnvlnj! for service the name of a country. Locate the country in your

soon Good hick to you. game book and mark the box with an "X". When
I Johnny. you have filled any horizontal line, take your game
Wlllard Cask Ins if InstallIng s slips to the store manager. After they have been ,

several chicken houseson NO verified, you receive your cash prize for the value .
his farm. Baylesj., Hlway of the line you've filled. Keep playing to win additional u

I prizes. ,
Examples: Collect 5 "L" Country slips (Laos, Lebanon -. W OPTO
:-'" .. WATCH FOR .. Liberia, Libya and Luxembourg) and win

-a $1,000! Collect 3-"J" Country Slips (Jamaica, ; ,.
I 5% Japan and Jordan) and win $1 1 10! '-

SWARMINGTERMITES And look for these Instant Winner Single Country ;$//ODa .
I Slips: "Zanzibar" wins $1,000! Rumania" wins II

II $250! "Venezuela" wins $1 I !

D' Get your free "Around the World" Game book ,

I today at Food Fair! ..'

I ..- No purchase is required. Only adults and married 7 '3 $$3000

I minors are eligible to play. Food Fair employees / cash
\ and their families are ineligible to participate. No -'

A Salute To .., altered or mutilated slips will be accepted, and oos; ;; i
Food Fair reserves the right to discontinue the game EiIIr'

at any time and to correct any typographical or ,

Every Wage Earner mechanical errors that might appear in any print ,

I / \_ -, ed matter, including game slips and to reject any
/ slip not obtained through legitimate channels. AN All-EXPEHSF-PAID ,
In Our Only BLUE slips distributed through Food Fair
Country OR BETTER STILL c Stores in this regional area are valid. HOLIDAY I IN I RIO I

This I Labor Pay we salute every man and LET I Se..,.'" ......'..1.. ..... .f'',.." &._IeI.,
woman wage/: earner. The dollars you earn, F 0 R 21THOUSANDS'"..,.'.l.. Di_'im*ilf h I..IJ' ..II.....td '
; ; LOBIDAjgONTXOL /' *... KM psisd I.."0.1.' .11_........... ",,.
and the dollars you /save help keep thiscountry
strong and free! Our thanks! fora .. ITI = a'' FOODFA
job well done! -\ OF

CIMIcA&co. '


The Community DAY i m

Why Take Chances c;> PRODUCT 100'5
State Bank Of Starke '=; PER

MEMBER F. D. I. C. 964-3965 _
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New ASC Committee Election I Mr. and Mrs. Lorrell Sweat Mrs. Thelma Williamson Bradford County Hospital HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH NEW CONGKEOATIONAL': Morning Worship 11 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
of Green Cove Springs announce and Barbara of Green Cove I
I ; Sunday.Mr. [Highway 100 at Theretma] METHODIST REVIVAL Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng -
the birth of a son Springs visited Mr. and Mr.v and Mrs. Leon Star I Sunday School 10 a. m.
Must Be Held Due To Error Sunday School 10 a. m. Revival uervicea will ba held! Service 8 p. m. Rev.
,: 1, i Kenneth Lorrell. on Aug. 251 Haidy Padgett.: Saturday ling and Mrs. Luther Milliard Morning Worship 11 a. at tne New Congregational Lacy Conway, pastor. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
j I in Clay Memorial Hospital in night. visited Mrs. Steve Starling. m. :Methodist Church. May 1 Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.

Due to an error in preparing or national origin. w I Oreen Cove Springs. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad Sr. in Jacksonville Sunday.I. Training Union 7:00: p. through :May 8. Rev. F. A. CHURCH Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m.

the ballots and voter Instructions Ballots must be returned I FARM BUREAU PICNIC gett was in Green Cove While there Mr. and Mrs. i m. Stephens of Savannah Ga. OF GOD Wednesday. Rev. W. L.

for the ASC Com or postmarked not later than The Farm Bureau held Springs Friday and visited Starling Uslted her brother. Evening Worship 7:43: p. will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Newmans pastor.NORTIISIDE .

mittee election it is necessary September 16 1966. They are their annual picnic at Strick Mrs. Francis Lang in Clay Earl Denmark, and family.Mr. m. night at 7:30.HEILBRONN: Sunday School. 10 a. m. BAPTIST
that a new election be to be returned to the ASCS land's landing Saturday; Memorial Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lee Wednesday Night Prayer Worship Services 11 a. m. and

held. The Instructions were Office. 136 N. Temple Avenue afternon. Barbecue beef and and Mrs. Howard Pad took Karen to Palatka where -7:30: p. m."Worship I BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. Located on Bayicas: High!

to vote for not more than 3 P. O. Drawer 1028. all the trimmings were servo gett visited Mrs. Alma Harris she enrolled, In St. Johns with us In Air Sunday School 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, way (SR 2231 at Ralford Road

persons. This was incorrect Starke. Fla. 32091. ed to about 200 people. Tnose In St. Vincent's Hospital River Junior College Sunday.On Conditioned Comfort" M. Morning Worship 11 a. m. I Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. 8. [SR 16)) Services: Sunday

as there- are only 3 vacancies Ballots will be counted .in from Clay Hill who attended last Wednesday night. Alsc Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. Packham, Pastor. Training Union 6:30: p. tu. Williams pWltor.PENTACOSTAL. School 10 a. m. Sunday

to be filled. The positions the ASCS:::! office on Wednes were Mr. and Mrs. Louie- visiting Mrs. Harris Mi John C. Tye went with John Evening Service 7:30.: Mid HOLINESS Morning Worship 11 a. m.
open are for one regular ASC day. September 21. The pub Carter. :Mr. and Mrs. Oeotge and Mrs. to Lakeland where he will be week Prayer Service 7:30: p. Training Union. 6:30: p. m.
Committeeman and two al lic is Invited to witness the C. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Bud aai:! Mrs. H. H. Whltehcad Padgett Mr. a student in Florida South LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson 324 BrownJee St., Starke. Evening Service, 7:30.: Midweek

ternates. Ballots from the countlnH which will begin at dy Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Maxvllle and Mrs. Wil ci ern College. CHURCH pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Prayer Service. Wednes

Improper election will not be 9 a. m.The Howard Pad ett. Mr. and kinson. Lloyd Carl Moore of Jacksonville Sunday School 10 a. m.: SMYRNA MISSIONARY Morning Worship. 11 a. m. day. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law-

opened.On I is Mrs. Floyd Johns. Jack Wilkinson was a Monday overnight Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m. I hon paster.I .
County Committee Mr. and! :Mrs. Archie Harris BAPTIST CHURCH Midweek Service Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Jahii: guest of his Miss Evening Worship 8 p. m.;
September 6. new bal cousin
responsible for settling: questions and family of I BAPTIST
Doctors Inlet 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday I 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft, pas PINE LEVEL
Wilkinson and Mrs. William Elizabeth Prayer Meeting Wednesday
lots and instructions will be on, election procedure or visited Mrs. Burrls's sister Terry They with tor.
mailed to all known eligible eligibility to vote or hold office. Parrlsh. and brother-in-law Mr. and their aunt, Mrs. Essie Shel- 8 p. m.' Sing each Friday ai services: Sunday School!, 10 a. Sunday School le a. m.

voters. They will bee instructed Such determinations SCHOOL OPENED Mrs. Homer Padgett ton of Dowllng Park spent 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Ldiie, m. Preaching 11 a. m. Train- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning Worship 11 a. m.PreServlces .
of Hill Sunday pastor.ST. Ing Union 6:15: p. m. Evening I Booster Band
to vote for not more may be appealed to the State The children Clay afternoon.Mr. from Tuesday to Thursday ,
than 3 persons. The slate of Committee. entered the Mlddleburn Elementary with Mr. and Mrs. John Wy- Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Young People ard Pray *

nominees will be the same: School. Monday\ and and Mrs. Howard PadRett rick and:! Mr. and Mrs. Carl KDWARD'S CATHOLIC welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Morning Worship 11 a. m. Service! 6 p. m. Evening
Farmers are urged! to vote Mrs. Tlnnie Pad Youth Fellowship. 6 p. m.
Owen Aug. 29. Klrtslnger in Tallahassee pastor. Worship. 7 p. m. Midweek
R. Alvarez Jr., Lloyd
I as soon as the ballot is received (gett visited :Mr. and Mrs N'I STARKE Choir Practice Thursday 7:30P. :
L Dyal James OR- klns. N. PERSONALSWe and Mrs. Mable Harris\ inChattahoochee. Sunday LAURA Service Wednesday, 7:30: p.
H. Harris 9:15 BAPTIS'lSunday
and return it promptly in Jacksonville Mass : a. m.Tuesday m.
O. Hayes Sr.. Carl are happy to report m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pas
prevRtt.1 I to the ASCS Office by Friday:! night. --Novena and Bene School 9:43: a m.
that Frances Lang came tor.
Bryant E Reddish mall or in person. home from the hospital in The ladles anti children of diction. 7 p. m. Inquiry Class. Morning Worship. 11 1\. m. KINGSLEY LAKE
bert Tyson. Clay Hill Baptist Church :on- 8 p. m. CALVARY BAPTIST
and is Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH

Oreen Cove Springs reported
Any eligible voter who tails I TTTTTVTTTTl' 'Y'Y'Y'Y Thursday and
Joyed a picnic and swim at Friday Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
to receive a ballot should doing fine. Mass. 7:30 Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Strickland's landing last CHURCH) : a. m. [9--JO a. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther MoOee '
contact the ASCS office in 1 CLAY HILL Mrs. Sarah Ballard of I Wednesday. Everybody rr. for grade and high scnool\ student pastor.BROOKER. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

the Agricultural Bulldlnat:! on Jacksonville returned home I ported having an enjoyable *). Training Union. 6:30: p. m Training Union. 8:30: p, m.

North Temple Avenue or By Mr. Howard Padgett with Mrs. Irene Padgett :Saturday time. HEWS Saturday Moss. 9:30: a. m. BAPTIST Evening Worship. 7:30. Prayer Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer

telephone 9646741. Any local I Phone 2894132Ir999'Y'Y.99'Y9'YW'Y999'Y'Y'Y'Y9 afternoon for a leoN I I Sunday School 10 a. m. Meeting. Wednesday. 7:30.: Meeting Wednesday 7SO: p.

: 1 resident who is eligible: to i days visit but became ill and I 'Y'Y9'Y'Y'Y'Y99'Y 9'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'LAVTEY ASSEMBLY: OF OOIinVAY Morning Worship 11 a. Jn. -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. m. -Rev. R. H. Butter p swr.

take part In one or more of had to return home Sunday. CIIAPKL
the farm programs which ]| NEW ARRIVALS Mrs. Lullar Whltfield of, I'IRSTIETIIOJlST! f Weldon St. and Ratford Training Union 6:30: p. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST
Evening Worship 7:30.
: Prayer
toi i Cocoa is visiting Mr and Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 9:43: a,
ASC Committeemen help Mr and Mrs. George Carter I I 4 Church Meeting. Wednesday 7:30.: Sunday School. 10 a. m m.
administer may vote In the of Clay HilL announce the: Mrs. Robert Cal tel' this week.! Sunday Sept. Morning Worship 11 a. m. RA OA and Sunbeams Morning Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

election and he may hold of" ( birth of a son Bruce Allen Mrs. Georgia Saulter of By Enza B!.nch r41 School.Worship.9:45: 11 a. m. Morning Snack,. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. other Thursday afternoon.every_ Training Union 7:00: p. in Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
flee as a committeeman regardless Aug. 14 in the Pureal Hospital Georgia is visiting Mr. >und Thursday Prayer Meeting. 7:30: Evening Prayer Meeting. Wedncesdp!
........... ..... Supper for MYF. 6 p. m. i i p.m. Young Rev. James Temple, pastor.UEDAN Worship. 8:00.:
of race color creed in Orange Park. Mrs. Julian! Dixon this week. People's Meeting er Meeting Wednesday. : 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
I Church Activities/ MYF meetings, 6:30: p. m. I Saturday, 7:30: p.m.LerOY BAPTIST [Brooker] .praY-j Filday 7:30
p. m. --Rev. R. E. : p. m. -Rev. E. L
= Grace I Evening Worship 7:30:: p. m. LIghUey pastor. ,I
--- Methodist: Sunday Monday Commission on School to ". m pastor. Orlffla pastor.
School II::45. Worship 11
JACKSONVILLE m.. and 8 p. m.. Prayer Cir 0.1 Education 7 p. m. Official .
Board meeting in Sanctuary
Monday 9 a. in., MYF
I 8 p. m.Tuesday.
Wednesday 8 p. m.FII'st .
WSCS Executive An
Baptist: Sunday committee meeting in investment in Your Futurel11llllWOJ

ANTIQUES} [ IIEARINO AID PET SHOP School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 Ladles: Bible Classroom 9:30:
a. m., and 8 p. m.. Training
THE Union 7 )p. m. Midweek Meet- a. m. WSCS business and I ]: )
ANT I QUE IJ! For Best In Hearing :;;_ Ings Wednesday 8 p. m. program meeting In sanctu f3QJ m
Kongo Pet Shop ary. 10 a. m.Wednesday. J
Bought-Sold--Appraised SONOTONEOF Rev. H. L. Frost was guest WSCS District I

Furll.Jture--Chlna--Glass Poodlt'lalt.I.JM8I'' speaker on Sunday. He with I Workshop. 9 a. m. 1st i

Silver--Brass Oil Paintings JACKSONVILLE POODLE GROOMING his family weie dinner : and 2nd grade Primary

Guests of Mrs. Joyce Futch Junior and Youth Choir ;! i1W *mXlfgtBltMHif. EilNih'm @
One Piece or a Ilinua Full' The Strongest and Smallest Sweaters Collars. Tag,, and Miss Elizabeth Terry at practice. 3:15: p. m. Prayer 1MlM 11J1.

Hearing Aid In the World" Pet! Supplies the home of the latter. Meeting 7
I Ina Ward Antiques p. m.
Only (;0. Hearing Aid Mini Church of God: Sunday
Thursday Chancel Choir
Bird-Huh I -II mu...t ere -
3572 Bt. Johns' Ave. 22 Went :MonroeJacksonville School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. mmm Honor God Sunday

Jacksonville 387-1379 333-1463 t>aily' &: Sun. 10-0 P.M a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. YPE jWm! :

Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1tmm
Cull Collect
Closed Tuesday meeting Friday 7:30.: I I STARKE I Honor Labor tmm11

Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP 8A3P Herlong Rd. Normandy Highland Baptist: Sunday Sunday Brotherhood : i 1i1mi: Monday mj:1111

Section School 9::45. Worship 11 a. m. : Breakfast and meeting at I ::::::::::
WESTSIDEVolkswagen, and 7:30: p. m.. Pruyer Meet- the church 7:30: m. Sunday :::::
FIELDS W. Jacksonville 7S1-2800 I Ing mmm SPECIAL DAYS Monday hat been let aside by man
I Wednesday 7:30: p. m I School, 9:45: a. m. Morning I !
Inc. HOBBY SHOP Inc. I Choir Practice Saturday 7:30: Worship 11 a. m., ser :mill:::::;::; as a day to honor labor. Throughout year man work
PIANOS-ORKANSMason ; :::::::;;:: :::::::::::
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AUTHORIZED DEALER :: :::::: recognition' rest. Howe er.
A Complete Line of St .lamlln !Pianos PERSONALS I coming." (John 9:41.: Training ::::= fjfim:::::::::::
8a1ee.0),. Port. Boat & Airplane Builders! Supnlles Hammond Organ Sgt. and Mrs. Henry A. Union 6:15: p. m. Even ::::::::::::::: even before/ man saw thu need for rent. God tet aside :::::::::::

!tentcetJ!; Body SliopOpen --Specializing in Ita1tagnllvox Organs Carter arid daughters of'' ing Worship. 7:30: p. m.. sermon :.:.:.:.:.: one day a week for resl and worship. Attend church :::::::::::.
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IS ...m.-8 p.m. : i-88 each Sunday. the Lord in His hous the # :::1mj111
I Worship ,
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8 Sat.--Closed I arid Equipment i days here last week visiting' 18:9-14: ] by Lynwooj:) Walters ........
0m. Sunday Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs. I student Furman University. ::1:1:1:1:1::::= day that He set aside.
1130 LANK: AVE. SOUTHPhone O. MILLER itIilJlJr.IJ ..... 1:1:::i
Open Evenings! till 9 PM. F. ..
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Rosier and other relalives. I I
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bletted the tventh and
Other Monday WMU day. sanctified itikecaute )::1:1::
-- visitors during) executive .
602 So. EdgewoodJacKsonvllle > ... I I :::: : .
T** How* of P/Mtf/ /* V''''<* I 'uj'
Parrish Motors 388-8662 I the week were Mrs. Allen:' board meets at the church. 1 ::::1::::::: that in it He had teited from all Hn work whichCod :\ ::::::::::

JacksonlUeMen's Armstrong and Mrs. Mac I 7 p. m. Youth Choir practice ::::::::::: created and mad,." ::::::::::
I McClellan and sons of Lake 7 p. m.Tuesday. ... ::::::::::

SALES & Bov's Weal SEWING MACHINES land. Mrs. Armstrong and I WMU State'
'SERVICE Mrs. Rosier are sl. ters. I Mission Week of Prayer
.PARTS Mrs. W. F. Moore has re- program at the church 11:30a. :
Clothes for Men AUT. ZIGZAG ,
Quality aa SINGER
tUl ned from a visit with her m. WMU business and'
32 Years As A Dealer. Boy Since 1919" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet son-in-law and daughter program meeting with covered

Alwayi Cool Used Cars Sold New over $300 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas. dish luncheon. 12 noon.
tu: Laura St. Jacksonville .' Van Heusen Stetson!* HatsMcGregor Bnl. $7:! or $5.00 Frr :Momtt and Helen Masters Circle In I IcharJl't'
family and the Fred
Phone 356-5054:\ : Gold Cup Sox I
Moore Jr. family in Hender- ; '. Junior Choir practice.
omplete l'.om..1'e r RentallounqfRcn'sShop Ideal Sewing Center '
sonville K c. They came 3:30: p. m. Deacons f

Automatic Transmission home with her for the week Meeting. 7 p. m. ..:....:..:....:..:.:..:...:...:..:....:...:...:..;...: Tni Chunh It G.d. oppomitd. ogiMy tn .thiswoild '.:.':'.;'.:'.;'.:'.:.':'.:.':':':'.:.':.':.':':':':'. .....
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Automatic AI end.: The Thomas family returned Wednesday Sunday lor ip'todmf' 'Ihi knowfidgo ol Nil lovotor ;:::::::::..::::.....: :;: .:...:..:..:.:..:..
New and Used Mac: nee. to their home In Hen- School Superintendent's cab =.1:.::1:1i.:.:;.:.:..i:.::1.:.:.;:.:I: :; man. ond ol Hu dimeod for mo i ((8 ttt".nd tf.:j:1:1:1:::: 11ij mim 1ii1 i111iiW1H 1i 1i .J11m 111
848 Cassat Ave. :: :::::::::; :: ; to (hot lovt .... .. ..........
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Transmissions & 840 Malii\ Corner DuvaJ. .larkftonville 38<)-:1071: dersonville and Fred Jr. and inet meeting. 6 p. m. Prayer by loving ntighbor.thit :::::;:::; :::::::;:: ::::::.:.:.:.: .:.:.:.:.:.:.:

Motor Exchange Jacksonville I family weie enroute to Choir Meeting. 7 p. 8 m. Church fJ1.tl[ i mint gtoundmg or lotltiy in:tht or lovi war of of Cod Nfi, no will'govern lon|* 11! [

TRACK SERVICE Homesteiid' where the/ will practice. p. m. iiW p tMv io ond ffiidorm which wt hold t* IIm! : !ri' I I

BIG DADDY WALTRemuiiuractured spend the winter. Thursday Visitation 10a. .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: dflar will, 'inivitably,' p Transmlafciuns RAY'S John Lee spent Thursday m. and 7 p. m. 13 f : ::::::; :;:::::::: .:...

-- MotoisBy MOTORCYCLES; to Monday with a friend Friday. Sept. 9- Primary j I 11i1 1t11 111i1 1 111 J { :Iron Chuith a:Mlflih:for point tho tako of 'nw.of ,tho on*wilfafi ihwld: of tupportlh hmiulf < 1I111 1J i11i ji j 1ti1 t 11I .(1 1r

TRACK SERVICE: Choir r1rtlr 3:30 m. ..... $ .... ,
Quality Craft.inian; Jack Orand. in Jacksonville > : p .. ... ... .....
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2097 VV. Beaver :St. Betty Miner and sons
Portable Track Press! Servto '
Jachonvllle. 353-4771 MOTORCYCLES i were Sunday dinner guests TilE HHJHT POINT for the 11t.11W Chunh bttouio It ttllf tnt Initi oboul ntSllil11111'i
Welding {I of Mrs. Effie Miner. ;: 11
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man i dHtmy th truth huN
I'ned Bulldozers Si Crawler write. Come In and
All Models-Nothing Down Mrs. Clifton Howell way you : :.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.::.:. .. ....... ,.
:: olono will dim IIM livo .M..I : ... .....
CAMPEHSCribbs!: "w e 11 Keep 'em Rolling" : : ul to I :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: :.:.:::::: :::::::::::::
Merchants Oreen Stamps: Bartow and Mrs. Nell An- neltM-t your favorite KSTERBROOK -

Dal-Rey Campers ers Saturday Open 8 Monday A.M.8 A.M.and to Friday to Wednesday 6 P.M.7 P.M TKOI'ICAL Jacksonville 7287: W.FISH Beaver 308-4621 I.''I drews sley Mrs.Mrs. Lak George Pauline of*Staike Joined Torocie Roberts were them of Sunday.visiting Klng-and !! fountain. pen. TKLRUKAPII. : : lllllt i=:=,I ::;i .111iir1 :l1.

-Shasta Traitors CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAIDAQUARIUMS I they visited Mrs. Lonny Roberts >.......

Skamper Convertible MOTORS & CYCLES In St. George Oa. 1.I..tlc Notebook $2.5U at the1TKIJCGIIAPH. I
Other guests of Mrs. Roberts

Trad_Bank Financing 4949 Ulundlng 771-8344 Blvd.Jacksonville I during the week were I These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
Complete Aqu\rlum Supplle
04OS San Juan Ave. Scott Pitman and his sister.Mis. '
Jacksonville 3S8-VS48 Imported KUh All Siwvler Dennle Cozart of Ft ,

:MUSICbetter CALL OR COME BY Lauderdale and Mr. and STARKE : Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat Market
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg Mon.-Sat 10 a m. to 0 pm I Mrs. Monso Tatum of DeUtiJ.

Sunday 2 to 6 pm. Mrs. J. O. Pons and Joey Exchange "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR AND COLD STORAGE
ChainSaw Paulus Music Co.We Order Any Fish AvuUablr I visited her BUSINESS
parents Mr. und "''Hd'ertllZt'r_ PI'd"
SalesI1OMHL.ITB I 943: S. Edgewuod Are. I Mrs. B. E. Reddl&h, over the Poultry t.quIJlIII..nt| :MAIN CONCERN" U'e !Spc<'lulUe In Custom Slaughter
Jacksonville :388-9404!
Band A String Instruments I I weekend.Mr. DIRECTORY UNICO TIRES-BATTKHIE3: : Free Delivery Phono 9GMI 1 ing. Cutting & Wrapplnc-
Gibson Guitars& Amplifiers WKSTKRN STORK: and Mrs. Norman Patrick Petroleum Produrta
.Jkioney Makln' Chain Saw ; Prepared For
| Deep Kreexo
School of Jacksonville and Mr
MALES & SEKVICK: .: SUlplles-I/1Jttruotion(;
Parts and Repairs All Make Roberts Recorders LITTLE DUDE and Mrs. Kenny LJnzy of AUTO REPAIRS Bradford Abstract C o. PHONE.: 004-8281
Mu lc Library--Expert spent Sunday
Toro A Yazoo Power Mower
Rt. 21 Middleburg 282-50r)0 Repair Department Western Store rick.with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pat Earl Garage 158 W. CALL STREET SLADE GAS

41 \\'. :Monroe St. "Where You'll Find Every j Mrs. D. R. Redding and ALL KINDS OFAUTO Ph. 964-6881 Starke. Fla. and Appliance Center \ .

ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 333-8447 thing For the HorseEnthusiast" :Mrs. Earl Motley were visit REPAIR WORK
All Work Guaranteed
Brothers 3310: Beach Blvd. ing Raymond Redding in I Phone 969-2964 Edwards Grocery & OK STARKE, INC.
v: Peavy Western Clothing leather- Wild A ood Saturday. !

3''I, Electric Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 goods. Saddles' and TrailersCharles Mrs. R. E. Lee spent So. Walnut. Starke Mkt. DeWITT C. JONES U.S. 301 NORTH

& Sharon Petty Thursday visiting her father. AUTO SERVICE

H.ECTRIC MOTORS 903: So. Edcewood: Ave.eoIdBerv1cedRepall'ed i'G L. Peterson who Is a pa- Groceries Moats-Feed,* FUNERAL; HOMES Ph. 9C9-3801 StarLe, Fla.

MUSIC-Instruments! Jirkonvll1r :384-1210 { tlent in Baptist Memorial Gilbert S. Brown I Gas & Oil _
Hospital In Jacksonville. Ph. 961-2600
Oenerators-Starter* WELL DRILLING I Ph. 964-2182 Starke. Fla.
Mrs. W. M. Reddish: Mrs Standard Oil Service! Station Charley E. JohnsAgency
Keystone Heights _
Rewinding Charles Sapp and Mrs. Bessie ATLAS

Armature 4044 Lenox Ave. Music Center( PARTRIDGE Sapp were Friday visitors TIKES& BATTERIES Loudon's Merle Norman Ph. 473-3176

Jacksonvllle 387-2528 Well Drilling Co. of Mrs. Ruble Gay no in I Budget Terms Road Service,
Ocala. Phone 964-7071 I Cosmetic Studio & Heauty Shop 131 8. Walnut Ph. 904-0201

FLOOR: COVERING Fender, Cretsoh & Vox Guitar ROCK ARTESIAN WELLS Miss Elizabeth Terry wasa 407 N. Temple Starke 117 8. Thompson Ph. 9A4S081If GENERAL INSURANCE
: King. Hatten. and Selm r recent guest of her sister. Your Hair Mn't Becoming To LACY CONWAY Nobody But Nobody Undersell

.I Looking for Band Instruments Complete Electric Water Mrs. C. E. Strickland InOalnesville. HURST'S You-You Should Be Coming To C'*. Charley ..,.. John. Agency
Ludwlg. Sllngerland. Rogers
Systems i American Service
I SHELL Station
: earpettt Drums
IRRIGATION I Mrs. Sinclair Mosley of Starke "66" Service

t .it ?17) ,_ Rentals &: Repairs on ALL FTIA FINANCING. I Jacksonville: is visiting her''I Service Station and Bus Station Hurst Shell Service
8860 Grovs Arc. Ga Oils .
ceJ:: mother Mrs. Lula Normal Lubrication BILL EDWARDS
1, 1 400 SIA1N ST. Jacksonville this week. Goodyear: Tires A Batteries Brake S"nfc'h""l Balance Lacy Conway Flying Service CARL HURST

14 HOG"''''. ..",... Jacksonville 353-O933: Call (Collect 889-1438 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish I ROAD SERVICE I Wheel Alignment
,, of Webster vUlted his moth I "t..ml 100 8tarke I en N. Temple Ph. "4-8831 In.trucUon Ph. 964-4081 Hwy 301 & 100 Ph. 964-6111

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I Teachers WelcomedBy
KEYSTONE eians. We wish them luck InI I I II Amid Much ArgumentKeystone
I their endea\oi Kej stone's' CommunityAt NEWS NOTES

many churches are a gieat 1
PTA Reception I By HelenFELLOWSHIP Kgam
HIGHLIGHTS ua.set to our town. We haveiomelna I I

/ for everyone: Catholic -
Keystone Heights PTA Holds-Tbe-Liiie
Church. EpLscopal I held a reception at the municipal CLUBIt I
By Mary Schaeffer Church. First Baptist Church.
\ building Friday evening was Game-Fun Day for
Phone 473-1127 Community Church Pres-
AUK 26, to honor the facultyof members and friends of the
bvteilan Church.
Hope Baptist

j Summer Heading Program; Bobby H.1yelwho was' a two- I Chinch and now Lutheran School the, and Keystone to Introduce Heights new 26 Fellowship in St.Club Anne's on August Parish

ClowsVith Open House time winner, and Louise Hel- Scr\lce A town with si I II teachers to the community. House. Under the planning On 1966 Property Values
I many churches must be filled
Thhty-flve guests were Irlck. I Mayor Al Nelson Introduced o* the entertainment committee ,
served punch and cookies at ST. ANNE'S TO OPEN with right-thinking people. I members of the City Council, Mr. and Mrs. '
the annual affair for children -I' MRS. n<)OI) HONORED JUIIUS/
DOORS TO LUTHERANi and Joseph B. Benson, school Hanson and the /

at the Library on, Tuesday -j I i SERVICES AT siumnit principal; Introduced his staff: freshment committee, Mrs,"' Arguiiif! Incessantly and I complaint form he .ilU.. 000 in 19G5 to $12.000 In 1966 Three motions to dUpotie

Ann 23. Tnl3 event|j Stalling Sunday. Sept. 4. On Saturday evening. AUIJ 'I' for the 1966-67 term, as follows Ethel Weyman the 19 members -, accusing one member of I from the one used by the "Mr. Clark, you know Ibid''I of the complaint died for

tnaiked the close of the I Lutheran Services will beheld 20 Lt.() Mrs John Jiyne Dodd, wife of : enjoyed a scrabbled I I "ml&leading the people," the I county, LaRue marked vollacioss is far from 100 pet tent," lack of a second and the assessment -

Bummer Reading Club programs -I in St. Anne's Church Dodd. was honoredat I First Grade. Mrs. Susie sentence game, with prizes I Keystone Heights City Council one entire section of Councilman Hedfeiini said remained at $400.

.: Mrs. Helen Lawrence each Sunday at 11 a. m. We a stoc! shower Riven for Gointo for one section, and for the winners. meeting: as the Board of the form which the Board "Yes, I know" Clink l'f-t LaRue suld all he has In the

local lib:'.ulan. was assisted understand there aie seven her 'bv her si.sterslnJiwRomesa. I Mrs. Kay Fedele for the oth- i September 8th was design- Equalization struck $10.SO( said would have contained plIed. office Ls' a 30-year-old! typewriter -

; as hostess by Mrs Nellie Wis- Lutheran families in the Sylvia. and Prlsclla: er ated for an out-door, cook- from the city's $1,459.520( Information needed to deter "We can't lower an asiuMi- a $15 desk, a filing

1.trup who manned the punch area and they are anxious to Dodd, and by Mrs.! Robe ta Second Grade, Mrs. Florence out picnic at Gold Head 1966 tax, roll mine whether an assessment meat unless we believe It Lou cabinet worth $5, and an old

Jbowl. I start. their own parish. rather Dodd. wife of John's brother Harris. Tlhrd Grade, Branch State Paik. starting,: In a lengthy 2'ii' hour session should be reduced high," Redfearn said. electric fan

1 Winner! of Outstandlng- 'than drive to Gainesville' Dan.The Mr<. Norma Swartley. Split at 12 noon. Transportationwill Tuesday night, the Board LaRue's form voided entries I James' R. Cook former tuxassessor There Is' no property In
*Readeroftheweek awards every Sundiy And until party was hell:! at the section, third considered 12 complaints and for residents i
and fourth be provided for those!' to give I I said that in 19i3! the city comparable to it"
f'during the ten weeks were they con get their own Fred Dodd home in Keyston(' giades. Mrs. Bonnie Jones needing it. Call the general reduced three assessments to improvements on their property I I the Board had cut $2.000 oflClalk's LaRue said When Redfearn
Barry Andrews Pam Mlzell church built' St. Anne's Heights Guests InrludecJayne's a total of $4,700 and strucka .
Fourth Grade Mrs. Agnes chairman, Mrs. Weyman, at type construction year property when he assessed mentioned another office
Patti Mlzell. David Few. Barbara with the permission of Bish- mother. Mrs Alfred $5.000 assessment Clay built, cost
Strong Fifth Grade Mrs. 473-4215. President Hanson on of construction it. and asked why th" building. LaRue interjected:
Heaaley.: Russell Spilngi op Hamilton West. has, in I Newton. and her mother-in- Ann Kraut Split Section. will have charge of the hamburgers Electric property from the year purchased, amount paid Board would not take the "But It has a new electrU.

Sharon Hall who was a the true Ecumenical spirit law'tn.! Fled Dadd: Also: Fifth and Sixth grades, Hugh and each member taxable roll as Illegal. Under for the property cost of Improvements same action this jear. typewriter,"

three-time winner, and Le-I opened its doors to Lutheran Mrs E C Cuendet and Oliphant Sixth Grade Mrs will provide- covered: dish or an, agreement with the city since purchase! Chairman Watkins replied Councilman Thomas took

Ona Rldaught. Services. daughters Pat and Beverly. Jonn Dill.Science. dessert, plus utensils and the co-op pays Keystone total Insurance carried on that he would not vote to reduce the lead in moving to deny

) Wlnm:i ., of Treasure-Hunt I j As we recall. St. William's Mis Marjorie Packham !\trs.Bf'lIe and Boys Basketball beverage fother than coffee Heights! three per cent of it's the property, and monthly the assessment this most petitions and LaRue

*ward' were Dorothy.. NeUon. Catholic .Church. and St Searle :Gnann. Mrs. Grace! ; Cpach, Lymjle]! Kh-tley which will be provided). gross receipts in the city In income If the property, Is year. argued against him on nearly
Martha Mizell. Robeit Tally. Anne's Episcopal Church Mrs Florle Davis.MLs Social Studies and Football EASTERN STARA lieu of property taxes. leased!: or' rented. "Geez what kind of a mast every one LaRue did not

Patricia Naples Nancy I were both started with about ; Anne Bell. Miss Reba Coach. Les nhoden:! tribute to Rob Morris! During the course of the "It's an Invasion of privacy InIs/ this." Cook replied vote In favor of a single dai -

.White Christy Newman, seven families each, And. as I Eachein.Thompson Mrs Mrs Mary James Alice Mc- Business Education Miss was observed by OES Chapter meeting Councilman George ," LaRue said. Cook was ol.! o refused: II tall At one point he moved

Laura Meeker. Spanish. Mrs members and their fam- LaRue was charged with misleading LaRue also marked out the reduction on his home wnlch I toi accept the next complaint

;1 and DeWitt. ;Mrs George Payne Norma Valldejull. Social Stud- tiles with a covered dish : the people with complaint place to enter what the Is assessed at $10,000. He said I I ant's petition for a reduction

I Mrs Dovey Sibley. I lei, James Jackson! English supper 0,1 August 26. A devoted forms he sent out with owner considers the full cash the home Is actually worth I before it was even presented."I .
3 WONDERFUL DAYS Mrs Dodd received many an attached letter giving the value of the $15000
Luann Bennett. English. Rudy Mason, Mr. Morris property and on the open market,. can't beat him (Thom-
I lovely gifts.BACKTO Hoffman. founded the OES 116 I\/I./ e.. ments from 1965 and the minimum offer he would! but that another home now sal l to the draw," LaRue explained -
CARD P1UTY Math Mrs. Betty Bentlev so that female relativesof I-. Though he took his accept If he were to put It up for sale for $23.000 Is olso "He always moves! to
ATPark Science. Mrs. for sale. assessed at $10,000 HO hl deny It before
Virginia Jordan I
The Back-to-School card Master Masons! might en-< can move t>
"George has misled these should be less! "
and Home Economics, Mrs. Relta: Joy the principles of Freemasonry accept.
party < luncheon. 'VVVVVVyV7yyyyyyyyIELROSE
sponsored Walker. people, apparently," Councilman Ethel Andrews Cleveland: "
At one
point Crmrles.
bv the Keystone Heights
of W H. Redfearn Sr Ohio, on two lots! which ,enl
Woman's Club at the Ma- Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Mrs. Arcena Wilson and Olave walked to the hoot of
/ said. Redfearn said several from $100 per lot In 196 i to the
sonic Hall last week, was a Mary Jane Corbett. Library her committee did n spier:lid! times that $400 in room and gave LaRue
most 1966
; of the forms' Councilman
happy ocr.i.slon, bringing! Miss Emma Kate Mansfield. job of planning/ and the 53 did not have Thomas moved four cents! for the notice he
sufficient information for
nostalgic memories to Music, Mrs. Owendolyn Her persons attending en loved ecelved
mem- a
The Palms saying the .
By Sally Kothhammer for the Board to lots were cheap
teis; and their guests. nandez falso Band)1. Assist bountiful meal and good fellowship. make a decision. at that price. "I don't want to be Indebted -
ant Principal, Hubert White to .
The Lhalrman. Mrs. Fre- 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMrs. yoU McGI..vlt
I City Attorney Burwlck Anderson "Did you that t\
Principal. Joseph Benson. said.
mont Tolles. acting "School Mrs. lone Keen AOM of! Dock Ttsoii and daughters told the Board that cheap"
Mayor Nelson said.
100 FIn The Gills'
Heights Education
Highway '- Keystone Ma'im" for the day. rang theopt'nln" Physical the Grand Jurisdiction of
lima complaints would have to be
and Vicki "I'veoll
teacher recently / plenty of lots larger
bell at 12:30.: has not yet been I Florida
hired. will visit the local visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob made by comparing/ the assessments than those that 111 sell lot
Labor Day Conference Each table: held four school i chapter later this month. A I Buel and family in Gaines- with the values $500." I KEYSTONE
lunches! packed in brown Lunchroom Supervisor will supper will precede the visit placed on similar property
bags and "p-ipHs" be Mrs. Juanita Gllsson Custodian ville.Mis. The Post Office flullrflmowned \ :: ,' DrJve-In Theatre
paper and will be held in the educational '
Using this basis
the Board
Ada Roberson' guests (
Sat.. Sun., Mon. Sept. 3, ,1, 5 traded sandwiches cookies! will be C. J. Vachon. building of the by Harold Ashley of -
t Friday was her sister-in-law, finally reduced three assessments -
nnd other goodies, lust as in Mrs. Helen Wlldt will be Community Church. Tickets of It was valued at $8-I FRI., SAT., SUN.
Ruby Robeison and daughter property owners 500 In 1065
SPEAKERS bygone days. The two door School Secretary. are $2 and are available from Mary of Gainesville, then who were present to supply 1966. That petition and $13.200 denied in Sept. 2, :3 I. .1 I

Joe Giordano West Palm Ueach. Fla. prizes were appropriate Refreshments were served any chapter officer or by I on over to Alma Price's home verbal comparisons to other on a 3-2 vote was with- INCREDIBLE UNDERSEA ADVENTURES
choices: Mrs. Irene Williams'was with Mrs. Jennings! MurrheeI calling! WM Dorothy Koonsat .
Robert Willey-IJirmingham, Ala a book about North Flor- I PTA President), Mrs. Rlrh- 4734430. Reservationsmust for a luncheon date. propertyChairman Councilmen Charles H D' n- .... AND INVENTIONS'!
Mr. and Roy Watklns.
I Mrs. Wm. D. Isen-
idaMrs: Ethel Weyman's Bfi:! Lovorn, and Mrs. Charles be made: at least a weekIn hower went to Georgia for who read the forms' also ohoe against: denial.and LaRue voting&,( q OdND
desk set of practical McOlave as hostesses.
SCHEDULE wns a advance. the weekend. noted several times that Mildred D
materials: pens, staples, paper HOMEMAKERS CLUB Welsjrerber a
Mrs. most of them did not contain .
Soiurilay, September. S Dinner ________ 12:00: noon clips, etc.Hostesses Mrs. Margaret Nelson, Extension Jackson of Atlanta home valued at $12,700 In .
enough Information for the
Ga, former resident of Mel-
;MUNICH! liite'rlutle 3'iU:: ..III.f 1965 and $16.000 in 1966. UltR!
'p Nettle presiding Eight members Home Economist forClay' ..
were Mrs I Board to make valid judge- -\
Opening Service' 1USU: ( a..... __ __ rose visited with Mr. and a ..
5:30 George '
f Supper u -- : p.m.Evening Lapas-e. Mrs. Irene Williams. were absent. Co\inty, arranged:: a ment LaRue on a per- .n
Lunch _____n_ l :OOniionDinner } ; Mrs. R. M. Cason last Satur- sonal SEA
8'nll'8 7:30 p.m. :Mrs AlIce Voyles, and Mrs.D. Chief Roy Tyre reported I three-county meeting of property valuation on
u_____-- 5SI: |>.m. day. Sunday guests of the The 1968 property assessments his'
Maples. that a Refresher First Aid leaders en August 23. The office which has gone U;)
Evening Sonloe ... 7SO: p.m. Casons were Mr. and Mrs. in Keystone Height from
Monday I September AUreukfunt Winner of the "IdentifyOld Class would start at the Firehouse leadership meeting was held Leiston Wynn of Hamptonand are based on the 105(! Cluv $100 in 1965 to $400 In
Photos" contest that on August! 15. 7 till 10 in the Yulee Community 1966. LaRue. who said he
County property assessmentsCity
Cason of Palatka.
______ Ralph
: u.m. would
Sunday. 4 < not vote on his own
September cieated so much interest was p. m., with Trooper Jones In- Center with St. Johns and Miss Mai'tie Chamberlln Clerk Joy Baker said. D rumauif .A11
;Morning Ser\l *10:4H:( ) U.KI. complaint, said the nlMETROCOimNELL'S
UreukfuMt ______ 8.DO: ) a.m. Lunch ________ 12:30: p.m. : Mrs. JosFphine Reel who Is I stiuctlna during/ his vacation. Nassau County leaders .loin- has returned to her home in Tax Assessor Julius hansen was not worth property': -
Mr. Har enbergh's secretary Application of Ward Bes- tog! in an all-day workshop I $100.
The 1-onl'n Sii|>|Mr 0:1.1: n.m. Afternoon Service 3:30: p.m. Mlcanopy following a two: came In for criticism for accepting -
.Morning "Service" I 11:00 I : } a.m. Dinner _______u 5:30 p.m. at the bank. sette.. and:! Wilson Tyre wine The Keystone Club will week visit here with her the county's values -
KEYSTONE VFI) NOTES I favorably acted upon. Bylaws hold its first fall meeting in niece. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Instead of examining every

Adults-$17.50 Children$ I 0 Keystone Volunteer Firemen were ammended to I Clay Electric conferenceroom Tison and family. house In Keystone and making

held their regular read: All men under 21 years I on Wednesday. sept. 21, Recent guests of the R. M. an assessment! of his BEAUTY SHOP

J Phone Keystone ->73- ISJ2 For Reser! >'ation t monthly meeting on August t of age, voted Into the department I at 10 a. m. Casons were their niece, Mrs. own.

2 with President Joe Wildt I will spend one PERSONALS Bertha Pierce and her friend "Why did you use, the

on probation and be YeaI'I I "Welcome back" Lt. Com Mrs. Coleman of Starke. also county assessments," Mayor l\UI.JWS"-l'hone: *175-5283:; :;

den to drive any fretlrrdl! James O Zownrka. their daughter, Mrs. C. L. Albert Nelson asked

; in emergencies during that and family Shortly after i Harris of Welaka.Mr. "Because that's what "For The Lady 'n'fut Cares"

} KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE I time. I I purchasing> the former homeof and Mrs. Vernon Rudder Orange/ Park and Green Cove .

Flist Aid Officer Charlie Col. Emma Vogel In the of Tuscumbia Ala. Mrs. Springs did." Hansen replied OPEN ;5 DAYS A WEEK;

McOlave thanked Frank Al Nelson tract, LUCom Raymond Tipton and little "If you accept the responsibility -

Nooney for his time and' Zowarka y was transferred daughter Ellen Ann of Nash of being assessor, you (Closed :Monday)

.1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY I trouble In standing by with from. the Jacksonville NAS to ville, Tenn. were recent should BE the assessor" the
Norfolk, Va. Now that he has
ambulance during the swim
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M mayor exclalned.! as he binged -1|
.., i program at the beach. Mc retired, he 11In the process!' Robinson. his fist on: the desk for NELL DUNCAN, OWNER

APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAfiE: STORE Glave also stated that a I of enlarging his spacious emphasis!
'. Mrs. Faye Hall! of Balti- "Service Is '
Our ill
t to'
qualified First Aid Officer home on Lake Geneva Assessments! i educed, were 0

T V Service CenterJ. KEYSTONEBEAUTY THE BLUE PINES must always accompany the Friends of former Key- more aunt Mi.Mr. and recently Mrs.visited Dock Tis-her Ernest Burch a $2.000 reduction I

ambulance but that the, stoners George arvd:! Bernice to $10,500. The
n. THIES Proprietor Package Store & driver need not be BO quail- Young, who were neighbors on and family. sessment on the Burch a'-I,
SHOP COCKTAIL LOVNOE fled of the Bob Ferrells on Lake Mrs. Eugene Sapp had from $!.200 In''
gone up
'Authorized, Motorola .Phllco children Benny Danny, David -
Open 9 A.M-I2 P. M. Excep'Sunday MiSS! NOTICE I Brooklyn, will be interestedto 1965 to $12.500 In 19C6 '
"M Salts and Service Edith Johnson, owner St. William's parishoner know that they plan to Sue, Mrs. Diane Tlsan.: Comparing the home to adjacent -

,, Service On All nuke Dance Every Saturday Night who wish to attend Firs' visit the Ferrells soon. Mr. and daughters Carolyn, Irma. properties Mrs Burch
TV RAIl STEREO Music of Connie and Paul Wade and Vicki recently spent the day
Personal! Friday Mass may do so on and Mrs. succeeded InI"ttlnll/ the
.... COLOR TV The Fireballs of Jacksonville! and pt Silver Springs.
& Creative I IHairStyling Sept. 2 at St. Edward' daughter Board to reduce the n.s-vss-
Work Guaranteed--TV Rentals 4 MILES KAST O' OF Wade Shannonand Bill Harris! is spending the
Church In Starke at 6 p. m Mrs. Larry ment Councilman. L
Ketene' IlelgliU.. 473-4011 I KEYSTONE: HF.HJHTS'" BIRTH OF INTEREST sons of Olatha, Ken. week with Butch Moltedo In Thomas motion to accept a
Immitluiil H. 'are Gainesville.
auty :Mr and Mrs. Robert Ebe'! were guests! of the Ferrells *2.000 reduction was passed
'Auto Sales. & Service REAL: ESTATE I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mol
th last week.
of Chicago
Every Form of Beauty Culture I unanimously.
." LAKE LOTSLake birth of a son, William JohnIn Now at home and convalescing tedo and son Hairy, have returned Edward H Clarkson. $700
Open Tues.-Sat.. 9-5; nicely are Mrs. Cam- home after a vacation
SPRING MOTORSComplete a Chicago hospital on 000') Bil1'
Geneva $SOO (Terms) to I reduction! to $20 on
trip New York.
25. He Is the ille Stewart Mrs. Nettle
Thursday Aug.
*t Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn IT500 (Terms i i Scales Grocery Store. The
I I first child! of his parents, am* Smith, and Harlow Fuller. It Claren. e Holden a former
Service & Parts For Trailer Ixits J.1OO up (Terms! I assessment' was up from $12-
VOLKSWAGENIt's Keystone llrlglit, 473-4806 MOItrJ\lK) HKOKMt: I IAPI'll I the 12th grandchild:! for Mr I U hoped that Mrs. Bernard principal of Melrose High 500 in 1965 to $20.700 In

l \IS\J" sl-n"ICE: ,1 and Mrs. Raleigh Zllce 0' Slocomb's pending visit to School has taken a position 1966.! and:! a letter from Clark-

b'i For A Volkswagen AHIKM. .lutes: Keystone Heights Mrs. Zlk- the Medical Center for tests with the University of Southern son requested the $700 induction -

We !Have It." Electrical: Sales & Hervic.Yeoman' Mrs. M, Ilffen 4T3-481 !said' she had six grandson! will be of short duration. Mississippi as an assocIate Some members of The Most ImportantCap

Capt. R Lovorn, 473-4152 and six granddaughters now professor in educational the Board felt it should go

.. ways Volkswagens Plenty of In Good Stock Used S.E.McKay, ReaitoiKEYSTONIC ( Mrs. Ebel Is the former administration:! and supervision. down further, but no action In The World !

I Electrical) Janet Zlke youngest daughter Dey, Bruce Moon, Carol Stephenson. He held a Kellogg Foundation was taken since Cliirkson
[Oreen : HEIGHTS of the Zlkes.KEYSTONERS Williams. Fellowship at the Unlveislty We're talking about the
Cove Spring 28I-9'0"' Phr', 475.dsla' Cathy only asked for the $700 reduction cap that goes! with
CAMPUS: Norma ValldejuIl. and Kay of Florida which he the
Sales & Service frown on college graduation day. Nothingyou
has He and his
''tESTAIrILANTSBedler's{ BOUND Sunderland. completed. Harold Sutton a $2000 reduction can think of will mean so much to the
iUTO SERVICE: FrlgUlalre Appliance A number of Keyston' Jimmy Fox and Harold familY Mrs. Holden children Sutton 42yearoldhome future of
Maytag Waaheri Holiday boys and girls started to college Snellen will return to Car- Shelley, Betsey, Lance. has been assessed itt your son or daughter.$ Of course,

:k KING'S Zenith and Motorola. TV on Monday this week son-Newman University in and Lucy left Monday for $7,000 in 1965 and had none it's' pretty expensive headgear and getting -

Service Slegler Heater Restaurant the sime day as the county Tennessee to r'ftlster! on Hattiesburg, Miss. where up to $9.000 In 1969 more !HO all the time! Which is why you
| Cnclrr. New Ownership vhools started These youngsters Sept. 16.Carroll. i they will reside. denied were' should start thinking. NOW about how jou're

-i P. O. Box 166 Melruw OIL PAREDKS'Ine :! were going to St, John Baker and:! Olnny Mrs. Eugene Sapp and Complaints his horn- going to foot the bills.
Phone 475-2371
River Junior College In Pa. to Mon- children home
s Food Moderately' Trtce- Campbell will return have returned lnor
assessed at $11.500.VI ((
BAHRAIN PRICESEIF.CTRIC OPT*' 7 DAYS WEEKLY latka The list may not be treat-Anderson Junior College from a vacation trip with assessment of $10,001 Hattie to accumulating' the necessary funds!
said! an
\ NURSERY Full Hln'll..r"' T.unrhea' complete, but we understand in Montreat. N. C. her mother. Mrs. Hattie Mc- would be fair.Keystone for your children's college education is a comprehensive -

AND AChTILKNE: : Ala ('" _Itallnn F.....1. that the group includes:! Dolores We hop we have not overlooked Elveen and sister Mrs. Ellen Water Works and flexible savings! plan. Comein

O.C.Carnes Nursery PIZZ.PIES Murrhee. Linda Anthony more than one or two Creed of Sumter, 3 C. and let
us! help tailor
WU.DL'IO owned! bv O K WUgins: a you a plan to your
BE EltBlnck Julie Walker, Shawn Mr. and C R Wesley
Please let us know Mrs.
100. }
Illwajr entered but needs
complaint was specific taking/ into the account the
KM LlsrhtJSED '
North of
Lamalle Kathy McGlave ATTEND and and
RF. E\'RF.R; TO daughter Nancy,
MKUtOSK 473-2131:
J'I ;Mile SE of SUrkc w"'rrb.'p' "I" "J-rrq what Wiggins told:! the council ages' of your children your income etc. The
Carol Warren .Jackie Fox FISH FRY Mrs. Nancy Bass spent Sun- ,

1r MELROSEI' Nursery StockThous- ( CARS Carol Wolfe David Bonner The Keystone Heights PTA day at their daughter: Sally the he city actually to! purchase wants parts Is for of sooner you get started, the easier!

and.* of Plants & Fruit Brenda Wilkinson. and Johnny I and the Boosters Club will Rothhammer and family. I several lots now occupied by SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS

', Trees to choose from Nice WE HAVE GOOD I. Martin. Jointly sponsor a Fish Fry at John Tanskley of Gaines- the Fire Department. Chah-
Auto Service Shade Trees Evergreens Used Cars and Trucks! Starting next week Bernice the Keystone Public Beachon ville was a recent guest of man Watkins said Wiggins

!I Richard Jonen Prop. Si Landscape Plants. All At Saving Price Brune. Lee Sutton Friday evening. Sept., 2, Irma Tison. had a point, In that the lot KEYSTONE STATE BANK
[ in containers plant any- We'll Get It For Yoa Steve Shackleford and Carolyn starting at 5:30: p. m Pro- Melrose Brownie Troop 157 cannot be used by the Water

I', : Owner J. L. Motors time. Camelllaj & azaleas. If We Don't Hive It I Jean Moody will be attending ceeds will be for band Instruments held their Investiture ceremony Works. and said the council :Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.!
the University of and athletic' equipment recently at the Parish j
; Vernon Buff Garage I IHwy. probably could consider!'! the
MccleanyUZLBOSB Let u* do your landseapln Florida. Donation will be $1.25 House. Those invested were purchase at further date "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
100 Keystone H,U.47S Going, to Tallahassee' |' a "
Fhan 81&-5685 4370 I for adults. an4 J 75c for' chllOdnttnherf Cathy Poppell. Kristine J. 0 Clark, as assessment Community.
Attend F3U will be Lorraine ( Of'io1Ie'.t Pegs l I Continued On Next Page 1 ;i that had gone up from 110- .


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ut",1" Horn OCS at MatherAFB bv the community. Mrs. Ramos \llle, and the farthest we new Brownie Troop are Mrs. ,In his birth or baptismal policy loans I Is charged at 4

KEYSTONE in Sacramento Calif had been guidance can call is Melroso An Increase Dock Tlson. l loader: Mrs. Eu- record 1 If he has one. If he per cent on Ute unpaid balance That's Our Business

he was first in his class His counselor at the Keystone of approximately 25c gene Sapp. assistant leader.; does not have either of those< and if not paid, It is GLASS

HILITES wife Jane, who has been visIting School, while Marty had a month for lesldence phonesis Mrs Bud Thompson, commIttee ho should bring the best evidence added to the loan principle ;

her parents in Lakeland been active in the Lions just about the price of one chairman: and Mrs. he has. However. no and begins to draw interest -, "If It's, Class!' We Have It"

flew back to California Club, serving a year as see- toll call to either of the above Jerry Stlnson. one should delay applying Repayment of the principle; CALL WRITE or VISE/

(From pre<'edingr page) tills week, to Join her hus- retary. Mrs. Ramos was also mentioned towns. The girls are enjoying: for these benefits simply because on the loan may be paid in FOR ANY GLASS
band. Lt. Dodd at their new active In the IJonellas. helping The Roy Tyres and the their Troop work especially' he does not have proofof amounts or $3 or any multiples NEED

dren under 12: years of age assignment at Castle AFB in to get that organization Everett Foxes report a. fine this summer They have been his age. Delay could mean thereof at any time be- c. We Des'gn' Modern Store Fronts

Desserts will be extra. :\lll'cl'd. Calif. started She was a memberof camping trip to North Caro- on hikes learned their flag loss of benefits. fore default in the payment.

LIONELI.AS: TO HOLD M.s Lena Clemens' son. St. William's Choir. haying lina last week. Jean Fox says ceremonies learned knot tying "When a person applies premiums;. Dixon suggested ': Just Mail Us A Pattern F'SHEAal' ,

CHARTER NIGHT John Allen who is with the a lovely, soprano voice. she nearly froze to death one that veterans contact their Tops
and visited a dairy. They we will be happy to assist Il
The Keystone Heights Nuclear Submarine Servicein William and Helen Pinon night. So, everyone. Head for fed, local Coui.ty Veteran Service
I saw how cows were him in proving his age. Just
IJonellas will meet ab the San Diego, Calif. was fortunate returned from visit to their ;
a I the Hills. Next Officer for loan applir! !' 'ttons.
milked and cared:' for visit the social[ security office : 1
Electric Conference that the Air Line former hometown of
( Leroy.
Clay need of ready cash. GLASS
It in
they will visit the Dairy located at 400 S. W. Second CO.|
Room! on Wednesday even- strike settlement coincided Kan recently and are looking I j
Science Department at the Avenue or phone us at :376- I
ing. Sept. 7. at 8 o'clock with his furlough: and he forward t to another visit II
U of Fla. to how the 2575. I
see pio-
This will be Charter Night-; was on one of the first I this month because they are Melrose/ ceasing of milk, pasteurising I PliiHtlo Notebook $:,3U ut the 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FU2.435j |

and all of the wives of the flights after regular operations going for a very special TELEGRAPH. _
and the making of cottage
Keystone Lions are urged to lesumed. He arrived:! event. They are to be guests\ cheese and ice cieam Vets May BorrowOn \

be on hand to become a home Tuesday morning and of honor at a two-day celebration [From Preceding Page) Joyce Terrell had Liquid InsuranceFor
Charter member. These ladles will spend the time with his and homecomingevent
Thompson, Gay Singleton Embroidery Party at her
will receive more detailed instructions wife, Wilma, who lives and at Pinon Park In Leroy. There EmergenciesAll Easy
home Friday night.
Janice Methvln Nancy Nic-
in the mall: is employed in Gainesville They will be honored because I ILI'
kell. Vicki Tlson, Lisa McPherson were ten guests, and much
GI Insurance
meanwhile they are asked to and with his mother in Hill- Sept. 23the first day of Policy
reserve the evening of Sept. 7 crest, and his wife's parents the celebration will be their Nancy Ormsbee. fun had by all. holders may borrow up to HOMES
Kate Gaboardi. Audrey Levine Inez Thompson has a new 94 cent of their
Gardner per policy
for the Lionellas Mr. and Mrs. Quincey 50th wedding anniversary. I
Tracy Odom Helen guest at her home now. Lucy surrender
cash value to meet
HERE N' THERE of Heights
Keystone The whole town will come to
I Mlnton Teresa Gaboardi 12 year old quarter horse, financial emergencies, according Custom Built
to his .
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dodd John is due to report chow their affection and ap-
Cynthia Mlngledoiff: Paula retired added to the
was to M. T. Dixon of
and daughter. Donna, and base: on Sept. 8. pieciatlon to this couple.
MathIs, and Gla/dys! Clayton. Thompson collection]] this i
the Florida Department of
Mrs Dodd's mother. Mrs We failed to mention two Pinon Park was so named to
Your Plans Or Ours
Other gills to be Investedat Sunday.We Veterans Affairs. .
Doyle Slblev. were visiting more college bound Keyston- honor their only son who was
Mrs Sibley's sister in Gulf- eis. namely Sylvia Dodd and a hero in WW II and is bur the next meeting are Dar- hope Vlrgle Rowe will This action, while reducing Your Lot Or Ours
Ia BiumbHush. Sally Barco be k. He was In an
who will report o. soon. the amount of protection, '
port Miss last week. Pat Cuendet lcd In Leroy. The Pinons havea
Guests of Mr. and Mrs to Bob Jones University number of friends in Leroy and Lisa Benson. accident recently. does leave the policy in HOME): IMPROVEMENTS:

:Fred Dodd have been Mr in Greenville. S, C. on sept. who were also marriedin I Adults working with this force On the other hand. If REMODELING ALTERATIONS

and Mrs Alfred Newton and:! 6. 1916 and they too, will the policy Is surrendered; for

daughters Debbie. and Mrs John Henedrson. who hn I celebrate their golden: wed- cash all protection on the
John Dodd [the former Jane !lived at the White Feather. ciinst with them, but the celebration I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Insurance ceases and cannot 3-BEDROOM HOMES

Newton\ ] of. Lakeland Jam- Court for two years has docided was. arranged to be CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I be renewed or reinstated, S S I

Is the Do Jane and Debbie stayed I be nenr his son and family,, Interest on GI
In Keystone Heights for t L former KeYhtoners. Mr. antI I Sorry to hear that Evelyn UNO;:; .\GEMENT: Miss Jenette Kitties At 3 p.::1

few days after their parent I :Mis. Wayne Hendeison:! and' Scales has a broken toe ac- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cummings m there will be a battle of Small Down PaymentIN

returned home. On Tuesday: r rhlldien. who recently moved 1 quired' at their food store announce the engagement songs from the youth choirs.

of last '\wrrk the Dodjs: an-I to Tampa \to start a business' when one of the employees and approaching marriage After the program refiesh- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home PINERREEZE: : SUBDIVISION:' AND:

their guests Visited Mailne-. there.-- dropped a can of somethingon of their daughter. Glory ments will be served. Evening EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION

land On Wednesday the Mr. and ]Mrs[ David Van her foot. We won't mention E., to Johnny Jackson son / service will be held at, STARKK-.: PHONE 9GI-2BOO;

Dodds drove the girls hometo Hook of Norfolk. Va were I the employee's name because of Mrs. Lillle Jackson JfStarke 7-30: with Rev. William Scott Contact

Lakeland recent guests of !Mr and Mrs.I we don't care to embarrass of Jacksonville as speaker. KEYSTONE J1EIIITS-P1JONI: ": 173-.1I76
We had quite an electrical George[ CoKln of Keystone. him- and anyhow, he Miss Cummings Is a. 190T( :) The public Is Invited to attend -. BUFORD MITCHELLOffice

storm in our area one even- Heights The Colsins ale Udn't mean to do it graduate of RJE .High and! enjoy a spiritual
Rental Services Phone 9R9-3281!) P. O. Ko\ 238 |
School, and 1061 graduate feast. Miss Betty Johilaon,
Ing wek It b one that the former Norfolk residents Friends of Jack and Kay a -
Carl Darden family will remember Mr. and Mrs. John Bird Sullivan are happy that they of Volusia County Community reporter 110) S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.
College, T. V. D, Dayiona Bethel Baptist! Church. Rev HOSPITAL BEDS. WHEEL CII.AIRS
Their TV antenna spent;: last week in Highlands are now in their new home on ,
was hit by, IIghtnlnil. immediately N. C. keeping cool. During Nelson's PoInt. The Sulllvano Beach She Is presently emploYed -'''A. Vln-son, pastor. Duel D.iy CRUTCHES: We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are

after- which Carl called their absence daughter Susan are originally from East Or- in Starke. I was- observed Sunday with a You? -- If Not JOIN TODAY!

Clay Electric\;! repair service stayed with her friend nniw.' N. J. and have been Mr. Jackson graduated from proaiam: by the ladies of the I

who told him that there Elaine Iiovorn living In Melrose while their RJE High< and is now em- church at 11 a. m The speaker .. .

probably was' nothing to wor- Lt. BIrd. USN. and his l home was being constructed ployed there. He is also director was Miss Mary McBiido --'- =----=- ,. .. -

ry about as the dnnser was wife. Helen and son. David Mrs Bob Kromer and new of the Reno Recreation The men had charge of serv-

past. But later on Carl began! are currently living in Gainesville son came home from Alachua Department. : ices at 7:30: with Rev. C AREA

smeUinsr something bui-nlnor. where Paul is taking General Hospital on Aust;! 23. The wedding will be an i Royals as speaker The effort BUSINESS DIRECTORY

and after some time discovered post graduate work In for- and she and her two sons will event of Oct. 9. at New I was a success. :

a fire under his roof. estry and conservation be staying with her parent.. Bethel Baptist Church at 4 I Greater Allen Chapel AME.

With the help of a Clay Elec- Last weekend. Paul Bird Mr. and Mis Harold Sutton. p. m. All friends: and relatives Church Rev L. A. Sampson L

tric man who was in the and his younger,:: brother on Keystone Lake until December are invited pastor Queen's Dav was observed : -:

nelRTibohhood. for. Incidentally Tommy, were camping on Her husband Is! now SCHOOL NEWS Sunday with SundaySchool Air Conditioning-Heating Beauty Academy LADIES!; WEAR Office Equipment
the lights" were out all the Suwannee River at Fort Sill Okla. with the I School bells will ring Tuesday Mrs. F. B. Delestie In

over Club Estates where the Another college student we Army Mrs. Kromer is the at 8:30: for the school charge. The morning speaker RUSS PIKER'POWELL'S
term of 1966-67 for the children Miss Audrey M. Gibson Cherry' Hancock Office
arden home. is. Damage wa forgot to mention was Tom former Nancy sutton. Authorized Airtemp *
estimated over $1,000. Gardner who will be returning Mrs Mary Bishop tells UI I of Bradford County. The 3pm. speakers was Heating & Air Conditioning Beauty Academy Gainesville's Most Fashionable

Helen fMrs Joel Wildt \ to FSU In Tallahasseefor she Is now working for Dr. Greetings In advance from Mrs. M J. White. SHEET: METAL Learn a Profession In Your I Address For Ladles EQUIPMENTSmithCorona:\ :

was rushed to the Naval Air his third year. Mulllns in Starke. She says adminIstrators and teachers: The Queen's Day was a I Accidental Commercial I 1 Spare Time. Full or Part Time I Authoriz
I alike the report was $950- DRESSES-SUITS-COATSMATfcKNITY -
Station Hospital Monday !she" "holds their when success
aid Mis Call Hewitt Industrial!
Mr. DIY Dealer
& :
Annr SCHOOL .1 6 for the new church pews
evening AUB 15. via the Fire ,get shot"Mrs
they : a
and family have moved to I Snles-Installation---Servlce : :; WEAKACCESSORIES 'Ictor Tot Ha
and I Low Tuition Terms Clary-V a
Dept. ambulance. She was Class will begin in Pleasant The pastor, officers i
Heights from John- Betty Breeden was due IL
Keystone to all L 2702 NE. 19th Dr 219 NVV. 10th Ave. Adding Machined, Calculate<
able to horn the Grove members are grateful I
com same sonville, Tenn They are livIng home from Bradford County Tuesday Sept. 6, at 7 Gainesville 372-0714
evening after treatment and p. m. All Interested who helped make the pro Gainesville' 378-3768 SERVICERET
on SR 21 North close to Hospital the early part of personsare 7 W University Gainesville SALES -
Is feeling much better now. the top of the hill. Mi- this week after a rather pain- Invited to attend. Re- gram a success. ,
Janet Lamm tells us that Hewitt Is plant for ful time following an accidentIn member, better education Services will be observed I CHAIN SAWS SAVE TLVE Discuss!

hubby AI la able to be and the two duPont plants manager Trail which the acid she was better Job& This is an opportunity Sunday with Sunday School 1 AUTO SALES&SERVICE ;MOBILE HOMES requirements with ua (ft

Fannie _ _ _
around the at 10 a. m. with Mrs.
house to
now after Ridge and Highland, replacing using In a drain caused It to Improve now. The A. & J. Saw 528 N Main st. OI1nes'!
suffering- painful fall! when Charles Hager. who retired blow up In her face. class will be held In Pleasant Bell]] Delestie in charge. Morn- S JEEP MUSTANG Phone 376-5551

he tripped! over a. hose In his We understand that there Grove Church two nights a Ing service will begin at 11, Family of 4 Wheel DriveRAMBLER & Mower Co.
yard at nIght. He was hospitalized week Please watrh the paper with Love Feast. Evening: Mobile Homes Inc.
will be a public hearing on
Bud and Annabelle Anthony at Joe Anderson Mgr. ,
for some time. for the nights the class' will service Holy Communion :
for toll-free tele-
and daughters petitions
Mr. ant' Mrs. Casper Brune vacationing in Washington.,:: phone service between Starke be taught 6 p. m. with Rev. L. Amei'lea's Finest Economy Car Homelite Chain Saw Gainesville's Discount Mobile _ _ _

and daughter Bernice of the I,. C. during August, driving and Keystone Heights on R.CRETIOYOEWS: : Sampson In charge. SALES AND SC.KV1CE SALES & SERVICE Home Sales Lot

Keystone Club Estates and north along the coast and Sept. 27. in Starke. It seems The Reno Recreation department The public is invited to attend Repairs & Parts All Makes Volume purchases for our enLiddell Paint &j
Buddy Oremer of Jacksonville that should be has closed out all services. tire chain guarantees savings
coming" home through the Keystoneres Ridgway Motor Co. CKAVtLY Til.\CTOR Glass Co.
have Just returned froma mountains. I II able to call either Starke or'I their summer program for of many hundreds of dollars
vacation in New York City. Gainesville toll-free FolksIn the jeiir It was a very excit- Social Security SALES &: SLKV1CE on the quality home of your
I Mrs. Florida Baldiee is visiting 1133 S. Main KYANIZE PAINTSGlassMirroMSHdln:
They visited friends and relatives for six weeks with her i Melrose can call Galnes- Iraq'" summer for the teen- Will AssistIn 2022 NB. Blvd.I Gainesville I choice
of the Brunes'. and | agers. Gainesville 313-8133 Phone 472-3348 1820 N.W. 13th St. Ill North : IK<>
son. Dyal and his wife. Alma -
Buddy and Bernice enjoyed and their children whol I I. Mr Jackson is very pleased Proof of Age"As Just Off Waldo Road Gainesville 378-1318 Tub Enclosurei-Shower, D

sl t-seelng. I live near Hall Lake. ;I U J with the progress the girls B & G Motors Co. : _\\'Indows-\wnln/r-C..p'/ '

Miss Jane Reynolds is Mrs.ladelhtp: Smith 1 is 1 I I, and boys made In baseball in years past, the Soc- CAZILL4tC-OLIS3IOIIILE ('ONCIUTIPHOUVCl'S: : Motorcycles-Scooters \\'alpper.Storefron&! :
home again after being In and Softball. The receratlon ial Security Administration Consultation.
the Bradford County Hospital I home from Bradford County,I -Baptist department is planning an Is ready, willing, and able to SALES St SERVICE: INSIST THAT ALL, YOUR Streit's Bicycle I Shop

; for about ten days and Hospital feeling much Improved -I First Baptist Rev. J. D exciting Fall program! which help you obtain proof of your L Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE: PRODUCTS: HONDA: 116 N.W. Sixteenth StI

Is feeling much improved. I I that after Institution.a 6-day Madeline rest in I'I Bowen pastor: Ralph Copeland will include flag football age." This statement was, Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROM Cushman MOTORCYCLES& Vespa Scooter GAINESVILLE 372-8191

Misses Jiicklo< Fox. Kathy suffered; a tension-black i organist\ baseball, and other recreational -; made by John W. Spann Jr., 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Edward's Building Duratl
McOlave and Cathy Williams out, caused' according to Worship services! : Sunday games. Mr. Jack-son Is social security district man PHONE 376-7513 -Zundapp

have finished two sessions medical opinions by over I 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. (nursery grateful to the parents for ager in Gainesville. _ _ Supply, Inc. l\Iotorc'cles-Sales & Service SIGNS_ _ _

of camping; at Camp work. mppnl.1 Wednesday. 7:30: p. m making this program a sac-< In answer to recent questions SCHWINN BICYCLES WILLIAMS
about his agency'sproof 736 S. l\bln-37Z.48U Locksmith & Safe Work
Irnmokalee where they served Mr. and Sunday School? 9::45 a. m Pinna Performance
as counselors. Miss Julio and small Mrs' daughter Martin Ramos Michelle -- ,,. [nursery open I I. Training; Un I cess.Watch the paper for the of age requirements. SAAB OAINES'VTLLE. FLAELECTRIC 818 W. University Ave.Gainesville Neon Signs, Inc

Walker was also a counselorfor have moved to Jack- lon, 6:30: p. m. [nursery open Fall registration date. Spann said that several 376-7761
one session They months ago social security 1n( "Sign Up With W lI.m-.-
say i sonvllle since Maitv has Catholic I SALES!! ACT SEKV1CKCLEAN rons1nTORCYCI.ES:
they had .a wonderful time offices all over the country
| transferred from the Unlvci- St. Williams-Fr. Edward A. started better PLASTIC-NED SIG>
and plan to go back next I asking people for USED CARS ELECTRIC
summer. ,j sity of Florida to Jackson- Kirby. priest in charts: Mrs.E. \: II I proof of age. "Social Sec THECYCLE Sa1es'Service'J.fathteErectlonsAlteratiofl.\ |

I yule University They are A. I.amm organicRunday .. I urity's proof of age require. IOU S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co. SHOP .
Mr. and! Mrs' Fred Dodd livini I II I : I II II _
in the A I'll mtl OIr
tin set'tion. 7 30 m. "Y ur Designs or
-Mass.: : a. ments will not prevent any Of Owin..vIIIA. lao
were proud to heai that i not far f'omc' University -:I J Class, 7 I Phone 378-213A NORTON RULTACO
Monday -- Inquiry one from for
I I qualifying retirement -
when thck son John giadu- They will be mlss.d Repairing DUCAT: 2720 N.E. 20th Way
p. m Novena and Benediction. benefits or medIcare RewindingNew TONE
I and GA tn <
7:30: p m. and Used
I may actually en. MOTORCYCLES Days 372-600Ntte$ 318
_InterdemonlnatlonalOommunity able a person to get benefitshe Tropical Pontiac, WORK GU.\R.\STF.ED _
didn't know about. We ask Complete Service & Parts
Church, Dr for a person's birth or bap- Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New & Used
machines in stock
I A. C. Holt, minister: Mrs. TILES & PAINT
tismal record If he has one Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Term
George If he doesn't, we want the _ _ Available
Sunday School. 9:30: a. m
I best evidence he has or can FARM EQUIPMENT FLINTKOTE TILE j
Morning Worship, 11 .. m 34 NW 8th Ave.
t Nursery open both hours], I easily obtain Ordinarily, the 220 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville -.- Gainesville Vinyl-Vinyl I .V..*...... ..
1 378-3660
4iLwKL1JJI oldest evidence Is the best, 372-2583
I t Santa Fe
Prrubvlcrlan though there are many rasesi Tractor, MOVERS Floor Finishing FDURALITE :
Faith Pre.;byt<<'I'ldon Church i where this Is not so When CRANE Inc.
__ -Rfv J R Niwle JI. minister there i is no old record easily,I' : P.\I>T-
: RY Long Distance Moving
Mrt W A Wallace or- I obtainable a person can establish -
I Authorized Sales A Service Local Drayage GYM:
ianUt Mn Carl Swisher his age on the basis
; I I 506 B. University Gainesville !Storage< _
summer organist I of more recent evidence Phone 3724251Crane's Farm Tractors & Implwnents Pa.eklnlf-lCraUng Tenney Tile & p

Sunduv: Scho .I. 9.44 ... m I "The primary reason for I Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping

y ___ Morning Worship. 11 a. m. the proof of age requirement I I Imports LANDROVKR: 4 WheM FREE 2222 N. ..., 6th St.
Drive :
Sunday t Nursery open both I la to assure every person gets Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) SALES ESTIMATES CALL
__ ____ hours.] SP5 Chester Crum. son of the right benefit at the right I FIAT-HILLMAN PARTS SERVICE HILL'S MOVING Gainesville 378-1302
I I the late Rev Chester. and I i time. Because of the large ,' 4188 N.W. Sixth CainssvUIs

1! -Epl canal Emmer Cium of Starke. has I I sums that can be paid out In 2201 N. Main Gainesville & Storage Inc.
I St Anne'a Rev W W I completed a year's duty in 1 cash benefits and in reimbursement Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2518 TRAVEL

Woritall. vicar; R. O Cope- Viet Nam and is now homt .I for hospital and _ _ _ _ _ _-_ 3340; N.E1110 Rd.

:, land, owanlst I on leave: before departing for ,I medical expenses It is important i HARDEN.; tTPPJ.m Gtlneavlllg 372-4271

I I Morning Prayer and Ser ,I more active duty In Viet that the AUTO SALVAGE :MUSIC House of Tray

mon 2nd and 4th Sunday Nam. SP"5 Crum Is a .<;iql\,1 I tion of a person's determina-'I/ :1 INC.
I Johnson
: & Paris
9:30: a. m [nursery" open > and attached to the 5th curate. In the vast majority. I Inc.
Holy Eucharist and sermon i Special Forces Group 1st of cases a person knows his Paul's Auto Salvage LIPHAM MUSIC AIRLINES'!

: let and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A ;I Special Forces He is a !gradUate I correct date of birth, but occasionally We Buy Wrecked Cars At Complete Line of Co. Inc. STEAMSHirf p.

J'r: i nursery open]. Churci. I of RJE. class of 1031 we find someone TOP 8EF.DS-PL\"T5- ,

l\t. 9:30: A. M "Huiy Eu- and Is enjoying a leave with v.ho Is younger or, more often PRICES Insecticide* Pet Supp. VAL LIPHAM Hotels! Car R''
Sam. each Sunday I his family and, friends. older than he thought. All Makes & Models FERTILIZERS

I Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. M The proof of age requirementIs Used Parts 'We Rent Fertilizer: PLVVOS ORGVNS-DRCMS! Weekdays 8:30: to 8:0:
I each Sunday. EYe 6'j: :, P. M CHURCH NEWSPhiladelphia a provision of the Social Teletype Service-We Will Spreaders' Guitars and Amplifier .
I each Sunday. Baptist Church Security Act. Find Any Part For You. 224 NW 8th Ave. SHEET MUSIC Sat 9 to 1?.

I Daily offices of Morning Rev. W B. Dennis. pasto. | Spann suggested: that Gainesville 376-4312 PHONE: 372-0471
I and Evening Prayer. 8:00: A I Youth Day will be obscived 1 II "anyone applying 'for retirement I 441 N. Past Stock Yard OainewlUa] FU. Shopping Center 3415 W. University A
M. and :5:00: P. Is!. II I Sunday. Sept 4 all day At I benefits or for me I 11 1 :a m the speaker \\ IU bei I : ..;--- -
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HANNAH WILLIAMS t. I 1 enlng ,,
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THUItofAY. HFPT. 1. 1168!

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rvvttvmt+yanynvtmVIAXYILLE North and family hlKlti'Mt 'bidder. at the I'ourl)1 l\O'rICR OK "PPI.'f'\'I.to flon uf. th- pnnwrt"nil, the Lou.. Dompxey" day house In'door Month on of the C>.<'loin flint.r. M 1 I'nn.;n"
HOME I Bernie Sacks nephew of huuue door on (he first McmHV roil T.%\; i>miiHvi. : > names In \\ hlili It was accessed All of mild. property beliiir In which IH the 3rd day 01 I '141 t 110-i
: "| In M'ipth of Outolxir. lliflfl.whlili .. are ,a* follow: l the County of Bradford, Stateof : ber 1966
1111 V.u.
STARKE NURSING Mr. and Mrs. John North left IH tho 3rd day 'it' (">c lull.T. 111. C'urtlflcato No. H. Florida Dated thin 30th day <.f August -
last return ". IIIHII. NOTICE IH III-.Kf.iW: ;; OIVKX: cer-
Wednesday to to Year fir luxiiuniu l!> 4DI'MI I'nlcHH. auoh certificate or 1168.C'H..R.ES.
Dated thin jgth dn\' .>f \u- that Mr: 9'.I I .\1.1..11111111. ..'" holderof -
redeemed CCrrrding
his home in Silver I.tit tlfU'Utnw hall I U<- A OARUY
Springs .. rlpt Ion "r Property" :
By Mr. A. C. Slad l/irnlr I
808 S. COLLEY ROAD KIIHI IIMltl"IIARI.KI the 'loMnuhiK >.I I property .
nod 1 Lot r>r to law of Circuit r"ui "f
Phone 289-4491 Md: after a visit here. has fll..t. said ..i'till I.. ..1t.14 fur u I of Hill I IJ nx certificate or Clerk ,
) A. I DAHDVI'lili In a. dr- 'rlbed In such Fl Idn i
'111 Di-nl Rk :31; Pg lOG "- Bradford County.
Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla. Sunday visitors of Mrs. F. < nf t cir<'nit ,i-'tn, ....r tax deal. to, be Issued thereon.The lininNairn, I. ., nUl"ati' .H will in- sold to theplgileat
"4AA A A".uu.uu. 3. Coleman and ton Donnle.I County Florida hldder at the court 9/1 41 flU
9/1 4t Bradford t* ] \tyuurH. of (iMHimiii'.., .tlt <1< H i rip.' ; ,in which analysed.
were Mr. and Mrs... Rav Pnl- I
1. "'e lu.te complete nursing service for adults of Little Miss Carol Johnson, I .
lum and and '
family Mr. and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
all ago. Gene Johnson underwent Mrs B. P. Coleman and, .
daughter all of Jacksonville. I
surgery Friday In the Baptist I -
2. We have R.N. and L.P.JIo" on duty :21 hour Mr. and Mrs. James Cole- t .
i Memorial Hospital in Jack-
man and family moved backto
a day. sonville and was able to return -
their home here on the,
Friday night.
; Macclenny Road week before I
3. 'We have our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Car- I 1 ESEWING
last. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie I
James.. Moncrlef Is our full time licensed technician ter of Jacksonville visited Case and family who had I
Sunday afternoon with Mr.
). been occupying: the Coleman1house I .
and Mrs. Doss Higginboth-
moved to Jacksonville.
am and all attended church ,
.4. XVe are licensed for 50 bed by the State Boardof ,services Sunday night at the Mr. and Mrs. M C. Browning -
and Vivian of Jacksonville
Health License No. 8. Maxyllle' Baptist Church. -
I visited Sunday with Mr.1 1
Mrs. Lonnie Harris returned -
.. and Mrs. Buddy Browning. I
5. "'e have a modern fireproof building with central home over the weekend Mrs Vince Taylor and new
" After ,spending several daysIn
:.: alr-rondltloner and heat baby Kim were able to leaveSt.
.,.. the Ed Fraser Hospital In Vincent's Hospital in I

--- 6. We are within two blocks of the Bradford Coun- Macclenny.Ricky and Bobby Harris, Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mrs. I
- Alvin Padgett enter-
ty Hmpltid. sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie ii .
tained at her home Saturday
Harris left Tuesday of last
night with a miscellaneous .
week for Ft. Bennlng. Oa.
. : 7. We have a fine staff of Doctors serving the shower honoring! Miss Sharon -
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tinsley
Bom Mosley of Highland a recent -
I left Kentucky recently for
bride-elect. Miss MosleyIs MACHINE
Rhode Island where Mr Tin ,
the daughter of Mr. and
8. We are V.A. approved. I I sley will be stationed with
Mrs. Richard Mosley also of
the U. S. Navy

9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency. Randolph Crosby entered Highland.Mr.. and. Mrs. Earl Mosley
Baptist Memorial Hospital In
and family were Sunday din- OPERA TORS
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon -
10. We will be certified under Medicare.: _. > for test and treatment. ner guests In Jacksonville of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caruso
Austin Ellis left Friday tc
and daughter.
11. We are large enough to give aU nursing! services return to his ship the USS Mrs. Dennis Thompson

that; an adult may nerd but small enoughto Yorktown in California after of Highland and Mr. and .
several weeks here
provide .a family atmosphere. spending Mrs. Earl Mosley and family

North with Mr.and and family Mr'. John spent Friday and Saturday PREFER EXPERIENCED IF AVAILABLE. IF NOT WILL EMPLOY THOSE
at Strickland ,
12. Mr. J. II. Moncrlef la In charge of complete lab- Miss Helen North attendedthe camping '
oratory and x-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 321. wedding of Miss Diane Carson Orlffls joined

Scanlon and Charles Bost at I the groan Friday afternoonand DESIROUS OF LEARNING.
all enjoyed a fish fry. I
the Christ of King Church
CALL, WRITE OR COME BY in Jacksonville Saturday A reunion was enjoyed
Sunday at Strickland's
AND VISIT WITH US. afternoon. Ing by the immediate family
I of
Miss Barbara North
I of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- .
Saturday -
Jacksonville spent
Lawton B. Thomas, Owner-Administrator night and Sunday here with ginbotham. Others attending
besides Mr. and Mrs. Higgin- --- AGE 18 TO 45 ---
tier cousin, Miss Helen North.
Mrs. Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. Administrator ; botham were Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Taylor
Mr. anJ
Charles Schmell of Jacksonville

Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones I|i and visited daughters over of the Alma weekend Oai Schmell, Mr. and daughters Mrs. Lyle oi f
with Mr. and Mrs. Roger .
Laurel Bay S. C., Mr. and --- .'. .. ..
Mrs. James Waters and family -

Mr. and Mrs Al Sappen- TO BE COM-

Higginbotham, Mr, and Mrs.
J. C. Higginbotham and family

ginbotham and daughter all

Starke, Bradford County, Florida of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. E.
D. Higginbotham and song

SEPTEMBER 13, 1966 and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eng-

lish and children of Maxvllle.Mr. If interested fill in below clip out and mail
coupon ,
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot ana Mrs. Lyle Schmell i

-. mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the and daughters; of Laurel Bay, To Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Starke, Fla.
name of the person for whom you desire to vote. S. C. spent Thursday to Sunday
here with Mr. and Mrs. r ..
COUNCILMANFor ,I Buford Higginbotham and in l

Group 1 1 Jacksonville with Mr. and

For Two Years Vote for One Mrs. Charles Schmell.

'Farm - - - --
II Bureau r ,
!Talent Find'Under
I Name Age_____ I II
U I Way I -------------------------------------------------- II I II

I Mailing Address! I II
1066 -------------------------------------------------
COUNCILMANFor Entry blanks for the I I II

Group 3 Florida Farm Bureau County
"Talent Find" have been mailed I ,. I
For Two Years Vote for One I ------------------------------------------------- -------------- I II
to all county Farm Bureau

n offices in the State accord- Phone number or number where can be reached____?________-____ i
EWELL LAWSON Ing to Lewis Haveard Services.FFB's I I II
Director of Field

I Competition is open to all Describe experience: --------------------------------------------
A. G. (ART) LOUDON I 1 young people between the ag- I I IL.

es of 13 and 21 with vocal.
W.II. (BILL) NOEGEL I Instrumental dancing( or act- ::.:-= =-=-=--=-=-=--===.- :.::.::.: -=-=.- =-=-J:

Ing ability. Groups are elig-
ible to participate. However i ii
1 1I
NEIL TUCKER I 1 only Farm Bureau family i
members enter.

I U 1 I I Bureau The winner"Talent of Find county contests Tarm' Tell Your Friends About This And Ask Them To Write Us \

will represent his or her
I county at the Annual Florida
Group I 5 I Farm Bureau State Convention A Letter. Pass The Word Around.YOU

For Two Years Vote for One I in Jacksonville, Nov. 6. .

Winners of the state-wide

n I contest receive $100 for first
R. C. (PEE WEE) DAMPIER place. $73 tor second and $50


W. J. DODD I ::1 According to Haveard. the
State "Talent Find" contest

HURST" has for years been a highlight ", r
CARL of the FFB's Annual

Meeting. HURRY HURRY !

1--1 I Within the counties Have-

ard said the contests have

attracted considerable interi -. i

VOTE YES FOR APPROVAL i eat among Farm Bureau members ,

NOTE NO FOR DISAPPROVALOF and many times are the J'

THE FOLLOWING nual Meeting ./

Chapter 65-2286 Special Act of 1965 of the Legislature I "Talent blanks Find"are contest available entry (No Phone Applications, Please)

House Bill 2516 providing the following; I through county Farm Bureau

offices Haveard
A referendum on a Legislative Act relating to the reported.

City of Starke urban renewal; providing for the rehabili-

tation, clearance and redevelopment of slums and blighted I j tHE: RIGHT POINT for: the

areas in the City of Starke in accordance with urban way you write. Come In and

renewal plans approved by the City Council; Defining nrlwt your favorite E TJoR- ,

the duties, liabilities, exemptions and powers of said ORAPII.BROOK fountain pen. TELE-

city in undertaking such activities, including the powerto

acquire property through the exercise of the powerof l I

eminent domain or otherwise to dispose of property I.I .:\ )'rlcF ov .\rrLifI \1'10\0: BIG DADManufacturing
I KUH TAX l>iKIHtc. : : >
subject to any restrictions deemed necessary to preventthe 191,111. ......

development or spread of future slums or blightedareas I I NOTICK K HEREBY: : OIVEV.. :
T..1. Alderman holder
to issue bonds and other obligations and give of that the Mr following eortlfkatP-

security therefor, to levy taxes and assessments and to ham filed said certificates. lot.. 11
deed to be Imiuad. thureon.
enter into agreements to secure federal aid and comply tax The certificate numbers and .

with conditions imposed in connection therewith; providing (.:.: yoara of tamiance. the ddftonp- i
tlon of the property and th Inc.STARKE
for an urban renewal agency to exercise powers nnmf In which. It wit .,."uMd Co.
hereunder if said city determines it to be in the public are an follow:
i Certificate No. IB.
interest; authorizing said city to furnish funds, services Year of Issuance 1964. I ..

facilities and property In aid therefor by the issuance Description of Property Lo'
4 of Bile 3 In Graham.
of obligations, by taxation or otherwise; providing that Name In which assessed

securities issued, and properties while held by a public Louie Dempsey.
All of n..td property being In
agency hereunder shall be exempt from taxation; pro- the County of Bradford, titate

viding for a referendum. of Florida... FLA.
Unless .ch oeptlfluate or oertlflcntes
- YES ____________ Bhall to law be redeemed the property according
described In all<'h "'ertlficetr ,"rcertLfliatef
NO _____________ : will be old to th



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!!!' D\V. SEPT. 1. no" BRADKonn: convrr mrniMpn. STARKFI." n.onrn PARR. .. SF.'t"1INTIttN'I: : I


light and hit me. Ills Insurance (*.*minliM<*lon. or itn ICxamlir. "i iill'H nNtHiit. 1 nltril stitHu ,U''IIY'' an aH folloivi .1 ti 1.urtl ..11Coinmi I Ia J
:411 ."',1 l.%. flllirl+, PuUlllll: AtinriK' fui" i-i iintirr i '. run' "ii. V. | | I""r 'if Art' I I. uiuI? !
company has paid for rut l ,ll. Will 1 II..1.1 II llllMIl,' l h. III' ""I I It 'I, ,.,.,., Vi..ill "t I 'NIII'inn' I :ut;.I' 'In. l ) 1'OIIIIO.HHII."' ''' ''n.' i. I' I .1 .
the damnpo to my car and nit' nt .mi, P "M I. 'Tili'H.I" .--- I I >l'H''I 111'|d'1''II "I) "I'l 1'u t'' It I :N1Y I.Ill I I'Ir6l. Ir' S.I Vll'I* I 1'1."I I'u IIsi I a Serving Florida
[6 soon I111 have the fender s. |pl|.'nil..,,,'i r _'7, I'uin.'!' In tin'liriiiir.ini .\OIII.,I.: I.,.' .M'fl'.U' \.I.,iII\ '. "I 1 NI; :: .1 f ,HW'i 1 Pla I: I It! 11It ,H. ;-.Uo,1 l .1. I.'lull5 t I, .". I
4 k 1 ., $ fixed In the meantime I can I .. mini', 1" i S,unit HUIIHI IIII( .I rv1 la-:1I: I ( al.x, ) x.i. 33.9.3. l 111, r'III'1e i i iMini. Since 1950
d :Minrl... I.'1.., ItllI' ....!.. till III I-'..ft.NOTICI Nit. tin... III Vtllltll' MHHUMNIIll \\'U !! .' H.'li.ilor Wlxlll! Nru.U'n-" i illll
drive it until the garage! can IMH'KRT. : N". II'.I.TP' ( :: ix HisriKiiY: ru\; 'u.x.:; 111. Sir..UK. DlHtlllt """ i k'' (?retting S g
X have tlm to fix It. I alwayssay before I 'irritiniK) of tin, citv or sinri.-. ..f tin iillnivliiit. ,ii"i'tirnatiHIIIIH the ('',"IIY ..f 11I."r".I. Mitt' ( I.' DlMrl t tHtHti .
start .
8 i; 8urpess otiu' I II. a pinjer 'ilii. citnrriiiiiiH nt 'thu ('It?,' ofI. rid, il null, 1 1'1'11'1"/01'" / H foi,. .n of .Kloilila., Hrniitoi, ., Twt, ,,iitv. -rntiiH.liati.l ,.,... ..,
ra II for God to help me drive .:i"" K>>' ii ml the Uuu,,ill nt "oin lax well and "Please God don't IN (V.iniiilHiloni'rH. uf Bimlfciil I Tint ../IJi, .t,ili' 'iniNiliilM' null 'atOK Hliull bu i.f.d.1' I n"- one ( I ) "M.'nil." i >.r ih, I II l...it-i. \ )
I let anyone hit me." for I believe "''11I111 v fur i"tnblliihini'nt or y VH IN Or t .iHsitanii. ,r. Hut, ili'H' 1'Ip- nrrtltiK to la w th. propel\ of 1 "I'I""t.h''M| l.l Cordially
lull-fit, ,'''l n.I,1 area Ull" II., I llm' pluII|,,"I in.., 'and tin. doitrlhod In mull cUl'llrh.lo in TWO (tit :M... lllbeli'H' of I IUoard Ihu, GoCdLucilewin
: phone| Mll'\llt. < Ill'tWUCn I till' II. .H 11. \\lll I'll It ttilM HHMUHHedan 1-tlfleuti'H will be wild to I"InlilKhnm i.f ConiiU' ('IIIIIIH..II'' '' '
>., ,Wherein I recall the many for extra nourishment GabbY \ There's One who hears you Hturkf fxilinnMt <>i* IniloptnilI'll Mill.a.< f.*llo\\: hlil.lor at the courthotine Thrpe (a l) Mr" in In"'rn i.r tli, ,,> Representative Welcomes
flr$t days of school I taught shines and has lots of enemy when I 'I'..li'iihonn. iori. $uratlon nt (Cnl li'li" lit*' So 11. '' (loot" "n tho first. I..II. Hoard of I'ublh rtiHiru.' Ion l I ll 1,
I you pray daIn Month ('.. Hi nil. In TeMlnionv. Wh..',u-.r. I Ph. 961-5321: :! and Tour
et Clay Hill, now the school I take him everywhere with Klurliln and I the Keyxlun" V""I'i <.>f IH"'nun' Hull/ or ti.lin. Y.n
So put yourself in His hands MclKhlH iMliiinw ..r "Hi.lltlii'rn. Pi-K.ilplli.il. .or l'i,"I"|ii"1 1Uol. uhlih" '' IK the 3rd rill)' of n.t.- have llerinnto' net, mliantl "
s. Jiouse this year will be empty me but to church. I tell him today. null 'rrl..phutlp. uiiil, Telegraph .1 t or Klk I l". Climliv' lillltiHIliltM her, |lied.Datnil) and iifrix.il I Hi. I 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
'of chlldren.Dear I to church he '. thin\ H'lth da brunt" I S..al of MH' st I..I""' New Horn
.l : am going/ am Trust in His goodness, lean ( 01111'1111) .V ii ni" In H lilt'h "HUP mil d III ) or \II'SIl"I. I Starke
Lord*! kind Lord! Gracious has to stay here. He understands 10.1:: ".1.01 1."no'lIl' nt ills <*..- .1.I "'tlll'lI11l\, .1"r. Ill Da. of Florida., lit 111111111111Met
on HH love. rUI'tiAM: M'Itiii\'. 1 1 I C *, the -'n.llltlll, till" Ill.11floentIi "
) Lord! and is leconclled I tpnili, nrr'( ttl4iliont| .fn'rvl"1noitlil .\ 01 1 Mild |1"1'1'1)| 111'1111III I
I pray And know His blessings will 'rt-milt In 1111. nHtlmnlMl' til-, c.niiii.of' llrniiroril. 1 Hint( Clerk" i.r Clri'iilt, "'.nut' 1 .".fItrudford till>' of .NllKIIHI ,
Thou wilt look on all I love most always leave the ladio come from above. "niontlilInniHHc' In rate oflint nr 1.1",111.I' i iI Ji'tinf.: ) I Kim, .. 'Ida, 10BOTOM The State of Florida
' ,.tenderly today. on for his company. I could turn Ie'." I IIIIH 20i. or. inori* limn I ".....* adult I I'llflt'lltt'. CI I.t'l.- 11/1 l 1t 9'3 \H.MIINK'ItI:1'Alty
wish I back
I .10,. In roftlili'iitliil" "pli'inu tiriiiiKx' Ideal, t IH.. ,I'l'ilppiniMl ui-, ": 1>V HTAPKH : I It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
Weeds their hearts of yearn- I enjoy church and very the clock and be lust even ,"b.'lh"I', mill Mill 1 It'Hfl. tllllll ,'.'r'lIl1lI" linv' the priiimilvKi | 5)1 lll': III' ll'l'l.II. \'"llll\ I IK U 11/8
:' nesa: scatter every care I happy sitting in the lovely for one day with my childrenat 231 i. or "nii.ri. Minn !IVDi' lo l UUM-| i.llK'd' In such. itrtiritaln' ItoI rue .1'vv 1,1:1:1): : To Acquaint You With Your City.

Down a wake of angel- sanctuary with pretty carpet Clay Hill as I was over 20 n..HH it'lvpliiuif uuibiwrl hurl. Inth. 1 rliriini'H \\' III I'd m..Id. tu, tin ...'.. ,n'.III.o'rll'I' 1'M.. MII"I'1'IC! .I IK \1..1' IION
.' Stuiki ixi"Imnijo/ area. ..IKh"II'' Itldtli. nt th 'ourlliimm .-; : I", ILIBlLtiv":'< : l11'16N.lhut ; :;. unit .1'.1111:1:11:
the air. the floor blonde .. .
tvlnjrs and .
Winnowing on new years ago.LEMON/: dour tilt first ,| .ntlav .
on 1''I If in the a phone
I Tilt ".....Ihly rate lni'reuMi '' I Mi. Carl Hilton holderof HVI. 1111 in. you are new area
Bring unto the sorrowing all oak pews. We have a good SALAD dressing! Hllhll"I'lb..r, I" Ih" 'Ieyalou..'I In Month or (ii"'tobur. lurid\ the. followlnir "iiitlfliutori" 1100'1'11"11! is IIIOIM--IIV: : tin'I i.s;

release from pain: Minister and last Sunday we cake: 2 cups flour: 1 cup M.'lKlilK. exiluuiMi' urea. wouli! \thl>'h IN l tintill: lay. uf l.'Uii-. him fill..d. sit It 9 1 rtiritati'H for, u that Mr.. r..t Mderniaa h"hl'l i call will bring you a prompt visit
lici." I'lUUintiil; .of til r"II.\\'IIIII' 'Alit"nrr!"
lip fill lol III X cured tu I In IHHIM d thereon
UH %MHiiHltlonit :
Let the ,lips of laughter over- had communion I felt very sugar\ : : 1 cup Miracle Whip Ind liluul l.lnoI ( Ills 'Mh' ilur/ orn.- The tcitlfltate' nnnilieiH and IIIIH filed, HIIIII !"eiiirUntoH' fit. iilux
local hostess. Please'
flow again, happy. I am so ilIad my for- sa'ad dressing; 1 cup cold .I KI goal', "1'ioii' .soars of (HHiintiii." the dc'Hurlull'in '' dyed to I I",* Imtui'd lli'"i. "n your !
hive built love- of lemon .., .. I'KI'I.MI" M 1 M And with all the needy. 0 mer pupil a water. 2 teaspoons I Rt'jilili i' Tw .Purl)' 10 I of HIP proiPitanil|' the
of 'I..U. f.-uit orI'radf'ird her call! She has and
ik ,
I'll" .
till den a !
or I0MII
., yea ra iltL'e. ripthin maps
ly new church at ClAY Hilt! extract 1 teaspoon soda |{p ilili'ni "''II'.I'n rly .10llimlnnHN 111111110' In \\ln.h It \\ai iiHHeHHud .
divine' I pray. : I hitlivliluiil L>ln. ": (Coiiut'l I'Inrldn' ore HI follouHi'i : of tht piopertv, and,' thIIIIIIIUH ,.
This vast treasure of con- and\ understand every one Combine flour sugar, and 7:'. 9/1 .II. tf/22 ,illfliiito :No; I JOvenr : 111 I \\hbli; : It WUH It4N1'h' .1 : free and wonderful gifts for you
attends. I salad: dressing and add 3'4' Ill Mlntxx Til.II.I' n'ty ."lOItllHllIt iif iNHlilllli'i'.. I'MII. ,art* an frtt., \\ HCertlfttnte ; I I

,tent"'mine to-day! I I These days Ilet sleepy cup or water. Beat: untilsmooth .HM. Pl'lllI'll, !. .,.. .-"l, :\o.,.ui; 4ii- .11'PI.II' l 1'111\ I KlrM..rllll 1 loll of I'lopillv l u l H,'MIII' S'o 11:1.: i from local bu inesse' ., '
: IDlllDoHLrliitlon
I ; Vein of l 1".1111"8 \
.M Mold linn ,mill'. place ill 'Otl 'I 1'.1\. III :III \\ & ro..II'"rlh:; i.r SK ('ur .
James Whitcomb Riley early and RO to bed Of Dissolve the li cup 'hiii'r.' '11'Blt.il fiiiilli ulll rte 14"''"- M..... ml' Ili'. !F.". of :XIJliV; 2IU1, N Jin. II D'. .of I'mptitx' '. .<.. ,., .. II I II
The above was written course then I wake up eailyI of water with the baking MI n n opiiorttinlt/' be riillv NnT"'I"' : M 111':111':11"I'I: : l KN:;. S 21 III"\ lieu Nor.! :: III2'JN fill' n or CrofNtIll&.1' .III. I I I
poem ('r of Co Rd, Hun I J.: 10'11" i
h'nr.1, :;, III \\ h lib axupHHetl RI .
dieis. soda. Add this to the first t alai Mr Curl Ilintiin h"""' linn I
exercise wash and
by beloved Indiana H It IV I'. lil!, to n I'l, III'I'"
a .
nillKCTION' : :: of ..r I tlic following, erllflrnlcahits i I U. l H.ihertBtl
poet. He has been gone a eat breakfast and then wash mIxture. Bake in a well "' .,:.,1\, In I. :\r".on. ('.,"un''Iii filed stud I ivrilll.l.':'iti-H foi u. of Hnlil, prnpertv, ,buns lathe or HAI. Ult. H Pill tIt lilt' 'H H -."
number of but Is fond- my dishes and read my BI- greased and floured pan at I i..lift' .'.luirvV, diner inil. tax di'i'd, to. be iMHtii'd. thiiiionTlio I r'oiinix., of !ball fnrd. Hint.i.r I, (r..i. pun.' Coat, 1. 'H : III. ;.N,. s NO RAFFLE NOTICES
lu.1. .. I"ii"K. \\ 2in, N Par lo !1:1: I:
35 40 minutes tVmmlMMlnner'llllnin' T M cprlirit nnmltprH 1111"yeol' Florida
350 degrees or
booklets .
ly ble and devotional! I .' S Slit to I I. ".
remembered. With his 111 Tl. M" OH lug
end' tllntlnfr the 'I'loilil. I nltum. Hiiih lortiriiiilo or 111tiriiatl'M -
: IIH ron or bait turn. the di'm'rl|>- I
word: I send my message of and say a prayer. I then Use this ICING: 11 !stick of I'lllllll' Stir\lll' I'UMlllllHKlOll$ I, .lion of til" iniiuilly I .and tin shop be I rrdrt'twwl, .. tir- Si..i 111.) T-II-S I lt-22-i: :. PLEASE !
good .wishes In a prayer for walk to the po. toff1ce. I en- butter 1 cup white sugar) and HUH J'.th dny i.r August' UUilllnllln nil in*'M In uhbh It \*.Ku" aMrtpHHcdan1 tordliiir. to law the "propertyileHtrlbi'd :.Name; In \\'It ll'h a".c..1. > iu" ;'
i'. utiink'vl.iiHle M. Much tertirUate. orverllfll'ntes urn A. Bruit" I
13 milk. Stir follows
office together HA :
Joy walk to the post cup
my .
all of \
you dear people In 1 .. will 1 be Bold to litlhltthpal All of mild l.r"IIP.l1"11'" in
Sviretnrv Oortlfli'iilo. :No; HI
and store. I bngln to and boil until it forms a soft the of Illlnlford. Wat-' In spite of repeated notices that
County can-
Florida. Ilia tourtIIOIIHII
So many years I was!! It 'I)/I I Ii Year or IxHiinnif milUencrlptli.il \ !. bidder at '
a part of your lives at Clay know most every one now. ball in cold water. Remove or 1'1'1'1'1'' I'"nint door. on the first :Mi.n- ..r 'Flolldtlt not publish such material. The Telegraph
mull cortifleatp nr" 1.'I-i itirlialen
This is lust a village of 500 from stove and !stir in one H\V fur, of l.iy; of tl'tk(, 'if ilin.. In Month of utol.ir., "'"111. .
Hill and I have fond shop be rmU'eni. n.tordlnic continues to receive for advertising
memories -
vmn i : T.\'l'I:14: UlsTnl1'I'nl'I1T. I "NISti 1 of sr.'i. Jo: ion1, 1 Kor, ionN which ,It the Jrd day of Cktobt'i -
'of school howl people. We have a nice bank cup shredded coconut and MIIII| | "niHiiii.t i.r I 1 ... mini to law the pi" M"ildeHerlbed i 1. ,
,, days and :;. 4JO', I I-:! 10'V K IJI', ( lo H unity e the sale of chances on various" objects
; happy'I was with you I ]loved and a big department stoie whip until !it spienls: Cocoa 1'"I""lelll." llll...Klm'IXlllo. I Uh'laluu. of Hi-f. Will: to 1')III KutIt- Ililtril. Ilila 2ltll llio of AuKIIDt. In will HIK'h I ba curt Hold IrieIrurtlflcalea l". c tin,.t,.ti clubs organizations and Individuals.In .
threw be used Instead of the I I'till tl a Htiiti'H of .Uurrl.ii. lUllll. by ,
Last night some one may 1
; .
:" i grading highest hlddir nt the "'mllllllHU
papers every .
I liilntirr.R 1'ilinV Ynak and In \\hkh nwtiuBHed Lulu r'HAHWiS: .1. llMll'.Y.
' '. :,.evening and seeing the pro- big rocks in the windows of lemon flavoring Ainlii'II. Vunl ii. lilH wifelioiup : Motif Tern. ..II. C.I..I k of ('I frill, ( Court of tlllOl, .on I the flint, 31'0 I'uhlih "' ...'I. the eyes!' of the Post,, Office department

f iir\ grew each child had made. the bank and store and: broke HELPFUL HINTS: To (OxdltI', .\. llnllili.'iK(Ootlil.oi. .lil.I.r. vlf'Hi and'. All or milil |'iroiprtlifllix| In lirntlford County. 1.1111'11'' day In IH Month the 3rd or, Irlubrt tlnv. .or i u. l I'. Much sale of tickets constitutes a lottery
X loved each one tenderly I the glass. There was nothing' make grAVY tasty and brown .fi..ndunln PIMM" I :Vo; (llfl-llMI-) the Florid County or llriiilfuril. Htuti: lil It \>/Sl I I bet, I ,H1.1)Hated ). and. as such cannot be sent through the U.
and'can taken they say. We had a add a teaspoon of Instant or I thin lluth ' ol An
q' hardly realize that: Clv-l NOTK'K( : OF 8AL.RNi.llt I'nlevH such ,lortiririi, or 111tiriratoN -
'nova they are grown with file in town last night about powered coffee to RraV). To :; .i. If lioretu given tlllllliniKiiHiit hiill ,be ri'doi-nii'd.. ai" 111'11: 01' KI:'..:C""U'Ii" gliNt I'Hill S. mails.! Calling the sale a "donation" does
to n Final lioiroior, Ita It knout' tlllll I I. Ton. CIIAKI.KS: : 1 .\ UAltl(1'I'Iprli ( not change"! the meaning in the of Postal -
Inn tin propumtlBHtrllicd
and I heard to
families of their own. I am 1-30: a m my clean a kettle of burned t'ordlnv of .of Cir. nil C'"ill I ''I,
\ilillllH, I.
ruii'i" 'IOMIIII'"" 'nto'r.,1 on Auirnitt la. 'h i'. rtlfli. ute ni" Hi'tlllnl\ of
'I""., tIC o proud; of them. neighbor! who Is a volunteer foods add salt and vinegar. 20 1 111(111 liv t rip ,itl'>o\o eat(It lull. I'ertlfii.ateH will HIM lie old lo th' tile I Htate of. 1.'I"'IeI", do ben.by ItraiUold, Cnnnl, ) 1'lui, itliiII authorities.We .
'I going In his car and then the leave awhile until food comes f'.."urn, I /111 'DIP llbo\o .Mljlmli highest l.lddir al, Hie' court KIM noiiiu' HI.' a 'IIISIIIAI::'; :' 41 :922>
\#' 'When you read this 'no alien It was a home on fire loo .e. .., (HIP it lirHlfrnril'", Ifiilt.) bout at' door on the firm xrondiiy I CI.I'CTIOV: will II",. held' In are sorry that we cannot comply with
doubt school will be In pro- stntvM MtrHlml, or any of his Month or (titubcr, I'Jilil' Krndfonl Ci.iintv. Mad' .of I l-'lor-' M> "I('.:
In of
They said there was strange<; So all for this time and ]I Tin..mliiv .. nd-, 'ii\! is:,,( requests to print notices of such sale
l'\gr8M,\ I do hope that wherever duly iiutlinrlMi iloputlun, will which l IH tho Sid. ilny of OUii- Ida ill" lust t :NOIMCI; : I is+ III'W'II": :
the carload of boys in town at send my love to all and Hill thf |properly| Hltu ito InItni'lfiitil bur, 11(10.( lug ,the firs" ) Mi.nday. III :No-; THAT 1. Clyd.. Conn i wti" tickets. and !subsequent! "drawings./ If we
) Clay Hill children ( ConntFlorida. l dwN of August vllIIl"t, \ >llll. II... B.I.. ,IdTiivHilay nan' i'on\litiil" In the "i'ii, nil
who have tlllll 29th Stir
that time may God bless You Every One. Dated do however we run the risk of having that
Entire taken they will be happy <.'.II..I. ii.: Lot Miit:; ,i-n riii. IMOO. belnu. .; Ills 1 l.ltlllTII Court of Hiadroid" CimnlI'loi. -
'. and learn fast broken the windows. I am LOVE LURA.I'IAnli (lark. i ,r"iu' f rn, \n\ronv' "'11 \lU.KS: .\. I' \ 11I1VClilk 1 n\v op' ;\IMIIIU.: ( : to mi Ida at tin :.Noxt'liibi; i l 1.1111. issue of The Telegraph barred from the
.' sure none of our nice boys III':Iu119's 4. I I'nll TIVII. .an'iiilIIIHT t. of Clrilllt, Court <>tnniiirmd the folloMlUK, orrilt'HUepreMi'iitatU : thereof. A.P. I'IIII J, or tin ,>rfellHP mails.
,July was hot here but August did that deed. to pint thereof r*>,'or.li,'d In Citiiutv. h'loilla 'In "CunureHNTor l"r llll" ,Kill I |I''H..I"I 'ill .>fniooliHlilne
far ,, I'lnt Hook 2, PUR. TO or thi the Hi""on.1 I 011..1'0"111'11. uhlHkiv and. "I" rut
so has been fairly ..". KK: ,I' M.. Wl, l-'l, I* 9/1 4t l 9221)'I'l'Nl> '
[cool with showers. I have not I am still so afraid of the \ prHi.if' scitvici:: lilt hnt.. rrun i ',IH nr HrHill'oi-l IHMtlll, Inn iiioonHhlne Htlll will uppl\! I We would appreciate it if all clubs, other
Three I1)r I) .lust' loss or the Hupieine to Ihr - highways and automobiles. I C'O IM9118SIUNtn: :; ( onnlv. Klnrldii nt finbliroiitrry for <'lemem organi/ations: and individuals would understand
f walked too far with Gabby I In the hlirlii-Ht and brat ; or, ,\iiiirI 1'1 l1\ r'onrt 11..01..1. ol. I PnrdoliH. TnllahiiHKlorlda. -". I
ray because he gets tired and have a good beauty operator hldil"'r rnr ,'n alt bnt t nrpn tin- .OH 'r 1t l.f:H.ll:. Thr'iia, I ) dodges, i.r the KlH-1 at HH lit''XI 1 r..uulitrnieellnijr out position in this: matter and would
the town of New Castle So "' i.ilthi'rn Hell 'I'rlephnn.* .\lnTi ,,.. llll In'. .'.. for Ih.
hot. in unit r- i>r "II 'nn Cluck it. ni. > lili-l 1 Conn or '" 1"11'' I tease: to submit such items for publication.
e Yesterday we walked on Saturday I drive in early "" 'I<.lIl h r.mipiin) 111..1..11,1.. .. and! 2:01): i,>,i'hu'k l I'm. on fit,.to- NriTicn. I IH IIUIIMO); : 4ii\tv::;, Klrntiiellate| | I DlHllli, I C'I.\I"! I l: CON'NUIt:'; :
| about a mile and he wasp ""lIl 'I'.I"Ih..o ('nrpu' utlou drFlnridu 'I.IT. 1a. I Ilflll! III I tin', front dour. Hint. Mi. Cm,'I Iliirton holder Three (C.I I/) Clrinlt .lu.I.I .in of < ,\ilhlll'JIII" l
p ''Weary. Gabby likes hamburg. to get my hair washed:! and or the nrnd. ford ('i''>nnt\' (''nut- : combed. One day I went in And,,' hiuiHf. Sturk.',. Plnrldn Hut.-.I" lum' riled Mild i ,'rln"III." '. f"i" a. uuirtnur, i BRADFORD COUNTY
11 feed it to him raw with Friday. I was going \11 Ill"hrl 1 11I1o....strd t t i, tli.NuTI.1 ," I XiiHiiHt' "" 1966hn''', l n :Miviiin tux! dud, l t. l 1,1' Is'a..d thireoii s."i uI i tut' IV nt. lit t"ito
'( Gravy Train and then for his on a : ,1s h"I, gl\.u. IlrllIhr ,. .. Ar- i 1'111.1, Strati i MIII Thr i erllflt ..ili.. niinilni-, ,,unl, I At bra, 1111) (;i. 'tu'r.11 i PliiMIr! Notfliook $'i..r)0() ut the
,I .' noon meal I cook it for him. through a green light whenan ,I'I'udn,' I'nuln, tit I -I h,11, Ml.I.I. ] I r" -nil, ,' ..r I.'I'n' i iItln 'ru11 I .. "I' IHHIIIII. e" tin ill". .I r If. C .I'inpti"',,II. i I' TELEGRAPH
I 'o"'"" .MI. "," II "'"11I1111.,1I. ,," Hirnilld, :Nil; h"Hill, .VH Hull of tin.. pioMit\|' .. and th, I Sllltl Tl, IIHIII' I TKI.KCJK.M'II.
L I. .sometimes stir an egg !in I elderly man ran a red \I. 1'.I. Jet'' ". II,I' I I., 11'4'' i..'in.. H '111 ,,,1111" It'u.\ i ..", d -."p111'I.. t '' ,Mill I, ,I.I./ ,,'I l'nutn\ ,' ) III I

IrL !.

h I. The Facts About Ambulance ServiceWe

feel that there has been some misunderstanding" and misinformation concerning our proposal: to the )Hoard of

County Commissioners in regard/ to the continuation of ambulance service for the citi/ens: of Starke and sur

rounding area. For this reason, we are publishing certain facts! to clarify our position in this matter.

We emphasize the fact that we are NOT Asking For a "Subsidy" of our private business. We have suggested entering into a contract with the County

Commission whereby we would continue to operate one ambulance and the County would operate one-paying us a contract price to operate it for them if they so desire.

Also -- We would like to make it clear that we WILL NOT leave the people of Bradford -

County without adequate ambulance service as long as the County Commissiondoes

not have legal authority to spend funds for this purpose.

1 IF( NECESSARY; we will continue ambulance service until such time as the Florida Legislature/ :

meets and passes: the necessary laws permitting County Commissioners!! to expend funds: for thi


Our figures show the cost of operating; ONE ambulance for one year by our Printed below is a breakdown of cost of operating ONE ambulance for ONE

company to be $12,658.33. If we were subject to provisions of the Wage and year if done by the County or an independent ambulance service that would

Hour laws the cost would be much higher. be subject to the Minimum Wage and Hour law :

")1''u man ONE: : ambulance will require the equivalent of Six ((6)) men working -

IIEKK IS A IIIIEAKDOWN{ ; ON:\ Ol'K!, COST: OF OI'KKATIM; ONI:> ''] AMHULANCIJ: FOK OMJYEAR I / on eight-hour/ !shift each on the average of seven ((7)) days a week

: Under the Wage and Hour Law the over-time required must he compensated

for as time and a half. Overtime must: he paid for all hours

Three :Men Would Ito Required To Operate One Ambulance. worked in excess of eight hours in any one day and for the hours worked

in excess! of he( ((5)) eight-hour/ ( days! in any one week.

Labor Costs! : Labor Costs :

( Lahor costs lire based on a salary of $liO.O() per man

Three men at .5,120.00: ) per man per year ______________$ !),:JIjI.OB) per week. In a calendar year (there are 73 five-day peIepreciatinn -

iods. and 52 of these! can be paid for at the rate of
)) on an SS.500' ) ambulance at 1/5 of the cost_ 1,700.00)
:j60.nH.;<; or a total of $3,120.00: ) ) per man per year. The

Gasoline; :" oil minimum repairs tires etc. ______ _ 700.00) remaining/ 21 live-day periods must he paid for ns! time

and a half, or at $!))0.00 making/ an annual total per

Property damage & public li.ibility insurance on ambulance 27.1.00: man for overtime of $1H)0.00.!) The two figures added

Social Security. contribution at 1.1' ; of $! ,3r: 0.0l()_ _ :J7..>.:%':J 'together are the cost for one man per year, $5,010.00.)

Workmen' compensation: insurance (estimated) I 100.0(1() Six men at $5,010.00; ) per man per year $30,0: .t>.00

I Insurance, workmen's compensation' depreciation /gas

and oil, repairs social: security contribution tires. etc.

Total cost t to operate one ambulance $12.ljj.IC.a( ; *< :{:; ( I Estimated! ) _ :3,500.00: ()


The public should understand that we are engaged in t h completely separate businessesIn
One ambulance cannot do the job in Itradford County. Two ambulances are the mhnThrough -
the of funeral home and the operation of an ambulance service.
Slurke; operation a
imum requirement and we feel that it i is unreasonable to expect: us: to absorb the loss on
conditions whIch.e. hate no control, the cost of operating our ambulant;
both. We do not feel that it is: unreasonable for us to ask assistance in providing this expensive
mounted until it is longer financially feasible for us to continue this
service has steadily no / !ser-!
I vital service to the people of Bradford County. Again we repeat our suggestion
\ ice under t the present set-up. It is with great reluctance that we find it necessary to give up that the'County
the of ambulance
!' assume: responsibility operating one! (paying us to
unless contract i is neA'otlatedlIh the county to share at least a part of this -
this, u : oppressive
operate it for them if they find our costs: are 'lower than they could obtain elsewhere), and

cost. we will continue the operation of a second ambulance with our present staff.


DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home


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.. SEPT. 1. 1983 II

:- .... TO OVER 50 EMPLOYEES .._ I I there Is apt to ''I

1, accompanied
muscular I II

Mutual Lumber Doubles Volume] In 8 Months ,,I most But week.Of course don't people get : I

plications -

:Doubling Its volume of the congeniality and hospi- tion tis sinus I

lumber in lust eight months tality shown us by the local develops. Best ''I
the Mutual Lumber Company people." Jones said. "They're a doctor as
IIUT. on U S. 301 wua of .... as fine a people as we've ever come aware
Biadford .,' 'WOt" f"'c'" met,' he added. :
surke is one of t'I"( aA /oj'f'l R .mptoms. and
County's fastest giowlna! .. : ; ,. ._' '1-.: Jones says Mutuals biggest as long as he
t. '''', '
easinesses. .'!( ," ; -" 1 sales] are for structural lumber What about
.t' :
1..J ;
Now producing enough '.;".-,t, ." .1 t. .. .:,,f,. r Mutual primarily servesas thoroughly I
each day to( buiUrl q. a wholesaler to retail lum- likely to' need
liftnber l d .
average houses the /" :: ber companies. atlon is
hfc f ,i. /
company'> stock holders have J But the firm will continueto those with
of employees serve local customers who chronic lung
increased! the number "'.. ,"
from 22 to over 50 need rough lumber and can't betes and I
aM.;: a further expansion to :, ''f,& :. j. fit'f''1. get it anywhere else. Jones 1 1I chronic

approximately 60 employees!! says, .y the Public
ip 19entlclpated. Oieratlns: aaZwholesale .....,.ti n r. r_ """" .;III;"::; -'. ". Forester and timber buyer n e-fir people over 45
,')1'1' ': I 4'i!
: : ;
manufacturing '- for the company Is Jack Ha- 'i- ling in
the firm sell'' 1 zen, a native: of the I'crowded !! !
r &h and finished 'lumber a. W Z. Smith Is I are considered
0..... the entire state and ha'! M manager and Miss I of flu. Mlddle-a
c(= mer! from Jacksonville Mlckler !is secretary I are heavy
to.Key West3e Earl Jones is in the I and thus may
::: firm I Is! bv: far the of acquiring a farm In Bi : Impairment of
Jtwtiest, lumber producer in ford County and plans ing organ: are ,
move his family here In some .!
BWtlford!! County,,
:3Mnclpal stockholders ere near future. His! i tlcularly I
F!-8. Jones, president. and W. S Sherwood, an I your doctor '
hti'on'; Eail T Jones, secre I Tf of the lumber mill has ation for you.
tary-treasurer The elder f ready purchased the J, i Your '
JflSjfs, now 86, founded the White farm on SR-16 I ciation has an
P.rfJ, Lumber & MnnnfacturInHpCo west of Starke and is leaflet, "
I In Jacksonville In here Ask for a copy j

1"8. I

the Comp'ny1"' Incorporated F) praLI, S>
as the Mtittml. Lumber I'
For Mrs.
Company In 1947 and
operated in Jacksonville until Of Brooker ,
it arnuired the North
Florida Lumber Company I Mrs. Rachel I

from B T Thomas and I/i- I I P2, widow of : !!
vern Outlaw last Dmhpr Green died
20 Mutual in Jacksonville 25, In a Starke I
purchased: the outnut of the) a lingering
North FlorMa' Lumber Co i Mrs Green !
for .two veers prior' to buying Baker County: on
the local fiim.rxpnnslon the daughter
of the 1 plint's: !' :Standing atop a pile of lumber' being held uv| on n fork lift, Earl Jones surveys Bryant and 'i

planer mill facilities! Is already hU huge yard of drying liunlx-r. MutinU'H tuiunilll I I.* In the kicrouud." The mill den She had 1

complete and two years. and was :
"- ing sheds are now under: :Maurice\ Edwards farm this Bavless :\

construction! one for fin week Nearly all the timber Church | :
ished lumber ond another lorrough comes Iroin the county and Surviving are < '
4"4"a ters M's! I IPtaike i
With the volume of j its Immediate! surrounding
legs needed doubled, a llvel I fOI'I : Mrs I, )
BitaThe Lakeland: Mrs. i :
log roller was also installedto move here was a consolidation !,! ,
t Oertle
,....... get the trees to the peeler of operations for Ala !Mae
faster. Mutual, In Jackionvllle: the
uceN J Booker: 16
The logs'! are lifted by a Jones' had no sawmill, justa 1. ?fl _' "3 great
k' 6 fork lift two or thiecat the concentration plant for I
$ three great,
time Instead of the old I II lumber. The mill was! one of
method of snaking! <; in one at1 the main reasons the firm rennmrral '
P Atpr. I
a time Jones said the roller bought here, EMI Jones says, I'It'> 3 pm. 8'I i &
I three Neatness to timber
and lift replaced] men a good '* rook<"- Baptist!<
A good portion of the tII1-! 'I source and high Duval County To handle enough : <1 Tev Lonnie L I '! : I (
bPi usei! :: in the mill conies! ,I II taxes were also reasons, 'ftary. to rrplitrtt the old < ciating
: I from within the county Mutual | he said. Huwmlll. Thin fork I f"in Cemetery :
-I --S was cutting on HUM I II "\V.. sincerely appreciate logs at a time tlors | > C. Jones
'' I I charge) of ,,!, 1

et had 2 hits.Eleanor names in league play to go; lowed to play. The league i F\ST .

Osteen Ie1; Hurst I undefeated for the year Including quirements will call for At Its present ': !
+ Shell with 3 hits and::! Hazel! exhibition games, ages 10 11, 12 with a I' earth's ( 1
e r +,. Oilffta had 2 hits Nancy's won 18 while Iojln0j; I mum weight of H5 by the year 2000 (
With the season coming Man only 2. One of the losses wa. : and a maximum. weight l I ay Geographic
end we would like to express I to Carter's TV of Jacksonville 110. I : ench earthling'
our appreciation to the last year's State Champions A meeting of all conches I,I : I than a yard of ; :;
sponsors! ) and also to the| and;! the other was ini| this program will be held ) : i the weight of the : (f
plAyer! and individuals!, that the District Tournament tai| the Recreation Center i,I ; i ulation would
helped to make the summer Satellite! Beach a team that day, Sept 6. at 5:30: p. m.Fall ,i the earth itself, !
sports program the mentojtsfadn'nn had beaten Carter's TV twice. Recreation. :
trough with Its "Ix'll" t.ikcH the log' from tli. rollerto '! and successful: I during the year II i Plans have been laid ; ). I

pl. first tai scaled, fur she! and then to the drliurker and llnully one we've had. I, Nancy: hinged out 13 hits several fall recreational 1> ,\ Cla..lfl.IJ

to where they .are rolled off for the sawmill. Our Sincere Thanks! while] holding Goodman tol! grams including the j( I Gnu>n brings I
,ilenn. IboniiH.' left, operates. the ilrlmrker (\peeler) and l ResultsThurs: Aug. 25 seven. Sandra Norman wna Ing: 'I : (

.GeorgeMllliimn, the log ,Healer. measure. the. tllanieter and Nancy's Flowers after ba- the winning' pitcher with| Hag Football ,, I
length of eui.h I log xi> the I office l) fan figure, I Inboard fret of InK outhlt 17 hits to 13 slipped Jonn Chitty the leading hitter Boys: 7. 8. 9-13. 14. 15, !.: I \
um""r." by Hurst Shell by the with 3 hits' in 4 times at GUIs-10 through 16. "
I close score of 1211. Errors bat. Sandra,Noripanj Garillvn'Dyal ; .; ': Men-\9and .over. I i /
__,.,._. -.......,.....,,-_. :!. c"-...... .._... .'_ .__ were' the difference in t'.v and Alice Knight followed :- | Volleyball : ,, \,
1' """"""' "i.. i" .,. J.. name: Hurst committing 7 to I 2 hits each to the wln- Plans call for a Civic I
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.: Nancv's 5. nine cause gue for men and a league '
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r-, ", ';:':""" :, + vF Hurst Shell stalled th'n,- Goodman's could muster, Showtime-Weekdays 7:00- Sunday
off In the top of the urat only 2 urns in the 2nd: !InnIng '' Saturday 1:00
Inning with four runs bul and 2 runs In the 6th.
Nancv's: came back In the The 2 runs coming on Bar- NEW PARTIAL SCHEDULEAdult FKI.. SAT. SEPTEMBER>> 2,
r bottom half with 6 runs to bara Masters' homerun with'

take the lead. Hurst came Shirley Reddish:! on fh'st. Diane -
'r I I back in the second to store: Starling was the leading Education High School No. 1 No.
4 runs and held Nancy's to batter!" with 2 hits. Review Courses
go In front 8 to 6 after 2 :InnIngs Hurst Shell led by Hazel THE \ (
In the third and fourth Orlffls, outhit and outscored
11 S 0 Dulldinif 7-9:30:: p.m.-Stnrhe\ Florid. '
innings!. Hurst failed to s. ore Holiday Inn to the tune of POKER

while Nancy's came up with 16 to 6. Griff had 4., hits in MONDAYS: -:Mathematics ((1)) and Sciences ((2)) T IN THE !
3 runs ir. both Innings to 5 times at bit and scored 3 :
| lead after 4 Innings 12 to 3. runs. Margaret Cottle was TUESDAYS. ; -English ((3): ) and Social Stu.lies ( I ) HENRY FONDA
Huist picked ur> 3 more runs the bill defensive player.. I' JOANNE" WOODVMRD
I In the 5th, but that was ail, while making outstanding WEDNESDAYS I -:\ and Sciences JASON ROBARDS !

the scoring In the game withn plays from her short-stop position THURSDAYS! ) -English and Six-ia! Studies F('fill lay S ProUIon of
lther team able to sco e in she also collected 3
((1)I ) Mathematics! Hill he concernedvilh the A BIB
the last two innlm-s' hits at the plate Johnnie
i +il f li { H drlffU und M Cotll. Smith :also contributed to the haslc arithmetical skills", intoUin/.!' fii; lion>. w y + ran THE

led Hurst with 3 hits'" each win with her 3 hits decimals percentage, ratio, volume, and) tM' LITTLE 1
and Smith. Brouuhton./ Dyal.an Hunt Shell banged out 1 IP! area.
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I ,* L Orlffli had 2 hits hits to Holiday Inn's 12. ((2)) Sciences 111 include Biology (plants and Tttlmlcilw'fnm WVMT .. :, :
each in the losing cause Helen Ingle and Glazer'! Davis animals), Physical Sciences 1'liVMcs': and
.w... I A, Knight had the big bat led Holiday Inn each!
Occupants, of the front. of/l.,1'/ are pictured! liy a truck load. 1 for Nancy's. going 3 for 4. J betting; 3 hits, Corkle Allen Chemistry. SI :N.; :MON.\ TUES.- SEPT. 4. '
,;ff} Mutual'i "llnlslied" lumber. From the 1 It-It It I Furl: Jones. Chltty J, Thomas and N and Jeanne Kessler also had ((3)) English studies will Include Usage: (grammar

"Vecretary-treunurer; :Misn Mae MUklt-r nv<.ieury(. and VZ, Roberts had 2 hits each to 2 hits! each. ), Spelling Vocabulary, and Literary! ; \
.ll Kiullh bookkeeper. pace the winnersGoodman's Jr.-Ill Fall Dunce Acquaintanceship. What ;a -- ,
Gulf with a All Jr.-HI, students, come ((4)) Social Studies will Include American History ROMEO!! Columbia r i Pictures! P **!, \

well played (same, sent Holiday on out and start the fall Civics ((;iovernnientt, (;Ct-IIrni'h; What a % JERRY \
Inn down to its 5th season! off with a social bam: and World History. RiOTHl! -., '+'''.w4t UVV
RECREATION NEWS\ straight loss by a score of 8 by attending a dance on September ? \
: ... to 4. 10 at Pratt St. Tennis NOTE I. All of the above courses are aimed at : JANET /

I Holiday: had the bas *I Courts sponsored: by the providing an adequate basis for tak- .. > :
.... "i loaded twice with no outs but t Parks and Recreation Department ing the (General; educational r1a
rJ\ Softball LeagueTuesday Broujhton had hi:l
oinen > J. one '
th"I :: B
t fallej:! to some; City o( Starka /
I Tests (GED) leading to a State
flay for Hurst Shell.
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; I i I fielding of cnodman Dance to the. music of that ( : ,)
,'.lll the lIst game of the SefonJ' Game Williams th? "' Equivalency High School Diploma. '
Wanda was up and coming band 1'le: i : :
'Flay-off for second placepoodman's ,, .. ,. (.t. RRY LIWIS )
I i In the second:! game Good I girl with the Big! Bat. !coin Squires NOTE 2. One-half of the class period will he Pr.. ;.
: shut out Hurst man's clinched the f.. cone I 3 for 3 Patsy Ni,>tM *I alsi Bantam Boys Football ecS\
Shell U 0. Wunda VVIllUm7beld place title by a close store Jl*r had 3 for 4. J, Wllllims!, S Footballs are In the air devoted to one subject area ; the other -
Hurst hitless! until the 11-9 1 Reddish and I,. Mercer 1 ha'l again all over the country half to the paired! subject are.i.

'It'0 1xth< Inning Hurst Shell battled br, "k 1 In I'!12 hits for the winners. and the Parks and Recea- Instruction will\ be individuali/cd according WED.. THURS. SEPT. 7, /
,,Goodman's rapped out 11"Jilts the second game, but could"t t1: W. McRae led Holidayi : tlon Department; will get In to need.Register 1/ JumsunnssOf
while Wanda William quite catch the ut.meis: i with 3 for 4. the act with the Bantai.
held Hurst's to 3. Shirley: Hurst Shell had the 'jtefen- :Monday Aur. %9Nancy' Boys Football proeram RejIstratlon Early FH'549 kdbp Qr aJir9) altuiiacu MOIL 11rLVJD2RS

-Reddish.. had a perfect xame slve play of the night by/ Flowers overpow- will begin Tuesday,
at bat going 4 for 4. Siit'l! : pulling off a triple play 1 in I erect Goodman's Oulf 14 to 4 Sent 6. at the Starke Recreation CLASSES TO START SEPT. G
,Fuquay' and Wanda Williams: the third inning' in the last game of the regu Center on Pratt Street t t lozn. i ,R RaMMMSa11 '. rwrncoioq-

contributed 2 hits each Shirley Fuquay and .atar' season, to become the from 3 p. m. to 5:30: p m It Adult Education Program
Barbara Masters hit a home Williams: led Ooodmun's with ) 1988 Women's Slow-Pitch! will be necessary for,all participants Drawer 100 P

,,jun .In.the third inning. ,,1: 3 hits each. Barbara Masters Softball League Champions,, to have a physical -. ._ .- ,. ... _... ... a
...,B. GlltOs, M. COttle. audI ;! Nancy' won 12 straight ball examination before betas ate .
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