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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 8, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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an unexpected move late Tuesday afternoon a courthouse site. and "It Is' lection be based on what \Uti I block 20 years from now"

three members of the County Commission pooled time for the Commission to. I best for all of the people or '' Commissioner George Ro- r I h, .

forces and placed their stamp of approval on the I face up to Its responsibilities ,' Just what is best for me personally .-. I jcrts seconded Shuford's motion A-4
American Johns moved that the po- : or for my lends with the remark "In
Legion-Carl Ritch future homeof
property as
called C.osbv site appro.ej' i He then named the view 6f estimated costs of
the new Bradford County courthouse. I by the board. I American Legion: site (tplu-' site acqulstlon its the only Robert.

Located on Temple Avenue I Silence reigned supreme as, Hitch property 1 as his choice site: falling into the categoryof
[U. S. 301 North] the chosen. mission had put the finishing available {
four other members of the raying that It met all criteria: money. It provides V
site embraces 13.25 acre of I touches on Its 1966-67 budget. board stared! Into space with- ample parking space plenty) room to take care of 5k

land with frontage on 301 extending I Commission Chairman Jerome out a change of expression. of room for future expansion all: future county-related ,

south from drovers, Johns asked that someone Shuford ruled the motion only one! family to be displaced functions." t

Sinclair Service to the south take the chair so he might dead for lack of a second and and the fact that it On call for a vote. Shufordand I

end of the Carl Ritch building : have the floor for purooses, Johns resumed the chah would remove less property Roberts voted yes. $1

that formerly housed the I of making a motion.Commissioner I Shuford broke the silence from the tax roll than any Commissioners Zcdra Ham- Entrance American. Legion property on V. S. 301 :North which was picked

Chamber of Commerce. In I Dave Shu- with the remark: "When we other proposed site. ilton and Mrs Jessie Chas- Tuesday. : by Commissioners! John. Itob..rt"tld Hmforcl!!\ tut. .alto for new Bradford

depth the property extendsa I, ford rose quickly and replaced set up criteria for t.elc.t.ln1a ( I Referring! to Its distance ttaln. staunch advocates of a County. courthouse.t left Is Curl Kltch building/ which would. ho Incliulcil.. At upper -
full block west to Oranl Johns in the seat. downtown location for the i
chairman's ,
courthouse site we listed I from downtown Stiuke Shu- right U AnivrUuii Legion Hull.
Street.h I Prefacing his motion with the things we thought de- I ford said "It's only seven- new couthouse voted no.
.'4eg end..of a I the is ''Commissioner Jerome Johns IM
weary I remark that time shable. I've added on of my I tenths of a mile away and : SinifordCOUNTY
I day. during: which the Com- lagging' on the selection of own-that Is. should the seMayor- that will seem likely only a rContlnuel on PBBP Twol

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BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Election


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Official County Publication Established In 1879


VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY SEPT. 8. 1068! NUMBER ELEVEN

Due TuesdayThree


Ambulance Service I City MillagePegged Hampton Has I


Urges Support councilmen will be elected and a decision'', unopposed in his bid for re-

; At Almost FullElection made on possible future participation in urban renewal i election In Group 1.
\ 3, with no Incumbent
i Group
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Is IncludedIn projects when Starke voters go to the polls next running has attracted a field

Of Urban Renewal Tuesday. I I i lot four seeking to fill the seat
7.5 Again Slate City Clerk :l.lerrlEdwards! \ same number qualified In the of Councilman, Seeber Good-

\said yesterday that 2,281 vot- ':,lust election Edwar said. nan who was elected to the

ers remained on the qualified Polls located in the fire station School Board in the sprlrptin !

Final Budget Referendum TuesdayChitty vt wanting to rock the 'nmHdat"( for all pos Mon list after registration books will open at i n and i' stns." ''',',

''MM, "i before the upcoming in the September 13 Hampton were purged, and new rcP." .<- loso at 7 p.m.Councilman are: Ewell Lawson. A G.

September 13 city election City Election had qualified : \trants added. This Is about theNew Oils Wiggins Is I (Art) London W. H. (Bill)

Bradford County's 1963-67 companies contesting their the Starke city council set I \ Noegel. and. Neil iucker.

budget will Include $12.000::! 196S assessments. I Mayor Itandal Chitty has urged the voters of mtllage at 7.5, the same tus in by Wednesday, except for In Group 3, incumbent Coun-

for ambulance service made Commissioner Dave Shu- Starke to nut it favorable vote for the Urban Ite- 1965 but did little else In a City Marshal according to cil Chairman Carl Hurst Is op-

possible by a three-tenths ofa ford agreed "We've got to newiil Referendum appearing[ on. the ballot !In hhort meeting Tuesday night City Clerk Mary Dell Brown posed toy R. C. (Pee Wee)

mill Increase in the tax draw the line somewhere : Tuvmluy's election.In City Clerk Merrill Edwards Deadline for qualifying Is 12 Dumpier and W J. Dodd.

l levy authorized by the County it's raise raise, asked the council to set the noon Saturday Sept 10. The referendum will decide
Eery
year to
urging approval Mayor Chltty pointed
(: Positions to be filled in the
will
Starke
not
Commission at Its meeting lalse." : mlllage so he c yld work up whether or
the mirceitHful the Urban. Renewal and those qualifyingto
applltatlon of election permissive
here Tuesday eliminate : I the new budget. The council take axivtvmtxise
motion to -
The Commission's mlllagre Hamilton's prim Ipli'i* to manic rids-a of Starke'n sirs and economic approved the 7.5 TtBTire' unanimously date are: legislation permitting: the -city

will\ be 8 678. anj the total the two increases Cal'-I make-up. Many' communities In Georgia on a motion by City Council [three seatsto to ntlclpate in urban renewal -

tax rate Including the School lied four to one. with to and some In Florida have been using. the resource. Jimmy MeRao- and secondedby be tilled: Don Hill Incumbent t projects with the assistanceof
Johns voting
Board's 8 6 milts will be man Jerome available" under the Urban Renewal programs to Mrs. Ruby Johns. : Leaston Forsyth Y Federal funds. Such projects -
keep the raises In. and D. W. Johnson Two incumbents designed to prevent
15.278. or about half a mill Shuford said "This $12.000 lift the face of their community, and to provide City Attorney Oeorg whose terms are : development are or spread of
Increase over last year's 14.- for the last /cry the
he ha1
Pierce as
for ambulance service Is much needed planning for the community -
long range expiring are not eligible to r future alums or blighted areas
779.The Commission's new something( the people will 'Mayor Chltty' pointed out. I, two years, "getting told the the council cart run for re-election. due to w ,. I Ij and a public hearing must beheld
they were
have to bear and we will I'rlian. Kt-ni-wal out of the cltv limits. each project before its
budget totals .549.630 Some Hiiiall title with an program I v.p. o'-p the horse. He ,said moving on !
OMUt 111.000 higher than have to Include it in our i under. way In..le01..1'1.. ....*, Coriiele, \ul- "illlflsre\ should not be set un- They lire Lillian SInde, and we undertaken by the city
'Mdget Randal Chitty has en-
last year's or roughly the d..taL.. and Nashville. Ga., and the Florida city witha tl< the rlty's expenses were Jim Knight I Mayor and expressed -
The board decided that t dorsed the referendum
omount needed to pay for program currently under way and nearest' ti.> determined Mayor: T. J. Alderman incumbent it will be
any surpluses should bs!! hope that
ambulance service If the 1967 In the contingencyfund Stork, In Pulntkit. "We'll keep expenses! wltl favorotole vote at the
Legislature authorizes counties placed .1 Clerk: Mary Dell Brown. given;
to help take care of expenses Faint ka Mayor E. L Walker, appearing before. In our Income. Chairman polls next Tuesday.Mayor's .
to expand funds for that Incumbent.
of defending the timber the Starke Rotary Club recently, stated that It : Carl Hurse said.

purpose; suits and other unforeseen has been the evperlrnre of his city that! Urban A public hearing on toll- Marshal: No one qualifiedto
The three tenths of a millincrease service between .dateHampton's. Court
free telephone -
emergencies It Is expected -
Renewal Is local locally (ronrelvcd
came reluctantly a program "
that the contingency' Starke and K"vs tone councilmen are
after the board went over and lot'ally executed.; He further wtatetl
planned
fund this year will run between I Heights/ has been set for paid $5 per month; the Mayor 7 The following cases were
the general fund in detail he considered. Urban Renewal. long .. .
a
that range
five and six thousand Tue items
trying to find that Collars effort on the part of local. cltlns, working together P. m In the Bradford County' and the Marshal, $20 per Tuesday night

could be trimmed. In other action the board' with a common goal and l purpose that rouithouse by the Florida month plus fees. Curtis P White'! voluntary

Commissioner Zedra Ham Inspected preliminary of providing; a better community for present and, Public Service Commission In or ier to qualify candidates Intoxication. f"" ",>Q or five
ilton brought up two increases !! Clerk Edusrds notified the Librarian
must present a petition
pUns for the new agricultural future generations.. days
es the tentative budlft't.one council of the hearing bvrnp signed bv ten voters. Thereare Si..i'., '
complex at the Falr- : William C. ::
milled that favorableote for
'Major' lilttj a
of $2 600 for the publicI'brarv ," the
bv lnf c B letter from no qualifying fees. Heights rpCK'es
'! an} another of $1,500for Tounds. as presented the Urban Renewal question. dues not make the Public Service Commission. Keystone bond.
Extension Service Hiving, forfeited $37.50
Tom Skinner
the county Judge's office mandatory but only makes. Is a permissive -
and decided to program Residential rates would g"un Farm DutiesMrs May Manning of Lawtey
engineer Bureau BeginsMrs.
Hamilton said l. "I'm against I consult the board's architect ordinance. 'The passing" of the referendum In Starke not less than 20 disorderly! conduct disturbing -

any sort of raises this year. Frank George regaining would permit the city after proper' ronxiilertrtlmi, rents or more than 30 centsIn the peace and voluntary
Part of our money is tied up I Family Night
final plans. I and public hearings to apply for those programs Keystone Heights they Martha Minx soiled I I ,. Bums, who has been Intoxication. Fined $6.50 and
In law suit
a now and wedon't -Approved thp closing o'!I that would 1 he of the greatest I benefit to Stierko.rr I Mould go un 19 cents on a at light I began her librarian In Starke for ten given 30 days, probation on
even know where the street in Lakevlew Subdivision .1 I' private line and approxli !- Talent ShowA Tuesday as librarian sears will remain through' first charge: ; $27.50 fine on
is coming from to a dute"\\
money pay
mately 10 cents on, a multiparty .
on Bedford Lake, Starke Bradford the third week in September other\ charge.R.
the lawyers to plead our
", line. Talent Find Contest will help limlllaii/e!: the new R. Wainwright: of Jack-
CafIe" He was referring tote adore: property on both sides Public IJbraiy succeplln: : I to()
$21 000) in taxes that has Is owned by the same man The council approved th' hlgtillRht the nnnml Bradford Mrs Bess Bums left. :ib:HI inn w.th her duties. onville\ voluntaryitlon I''t.xl-! ., ..
been withheld by timber Truman W. Dickinson, and] promotion of city patrolman County Farm BureAu family Also pictui-d at 1Tu<' lay I ". !f27Ffl::! ) "r fld ". "-
B'll' to 'barbecue at the Sellers nl'r'i.> "
Chambers
corporalend night supper Audrey
the closing did not appear to moinlni: staff meeting! ai\ '
affect any other property ad- Cpi. Don Hall to radio Fairgrounds. Saturday !Standing left) !Mrs' Lot'! First Day r-onrtnrt bv f'-htln-' : s"7 liD

He Sure To Vote versely sergeant! The promotion'ame President Lonnie Harley Clark clerk-typist: and Mis: I fine forfeited

FORURBAN Discussed with atto-nev t about when radio serge aid that serving will beginat Pat Sco glns library assistant Very Smooth Jackie Cra'forrJ.rJls.JYi..lv
Ma Tlllmun McIntyre resigned 6 pm., and 'Will be followed conduct. hv fighting! $27 SO

RENEWAL George Pierce of and Ravonier.Nealy Inc McConnell : .-a : i+Rra ,I by the talent show withparlll'iponnts Mrs. Minx has an A. B degree fine forfeited
Jr. Casey Says Ti"1ale' o'
between the ages \ tonnlff James :
REFERENDUM the, easement. sought by tlv :\f.\i'lOSW FETISH from Florida State University ....
01 13 and 21, from Farm Bureau and has also had Tiwtev, drtvln" n'*+>!4l 1"< 'M P

In City Election county for and a canal Crosby between Lakes :Monday: Sept 12, DDGM families.' teaching experience. She will "As smooth a first day as license revoked $27.50 or

Tues., Sept. 13 McConnell Sampson to the board that { Ronnie K Oriffla of the 8th First second' and third pil;:- enroll noon In library science YOU could' expect..' Supcrlntrndpnt 'i five davsJaycees.
y Masonic District will make hU ft of $25 $15 and $10 will at the University ol Tom Casey said of,
his feels the drainaepproject j courses
Help our city keep its company Lake official visit to Bradford Lodge he awarded In the local contest lortda." the first day of the 1986-67 Stave

rightful place as one of along Sampson r a, I No. 33 F & A1\[. All !Master an.t<1 the first place win- term! of school Tuesday.Attcu'Ilire I
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should be nearer comolemn e Masons are Invited to attend. ner will be given nn pxponsppaid I II to b"* Safety Break
the most progressive before it (gives the nl'r..s'n r Dinner will ,be served at 7 p.m. trip to the state convention ai'i'CAiej'
I easement for the canal HP I 12 Participate clown s'Uhtly'! from 1965-fI ree err",...f1M'
communities of its size in Jacksonville In November The !'It"'r'rn' h"
..... ............. I I "."r an nrrrnx'mate" count
will consult officials of his! -AG'ville- -....-. .. ---- -.., and chnnre to Ann! 'ok's s.rd! nM r"anaiv
a competeIn
in the State of Florida. In Labor Day made Tuesday pli"'
was
bacK tithe '
"om )anv and report the state. contest. "ofrpf t" motorist. dtt"inrt"err
YOUR VOTEIS board. : Man Young people wishing to Golf Tourney pals reported a total of 3,618 nrrt'inl"' T'o" Paw
students In the county count-
/ .
-Accepted without comment .-,. 'compete in the contest Srttiir- stu-1'nts, "!''Irtfl'h B"rnk" + -Pct I"Y" a TT
'nnr lrn''pr'| i'-tpn
NEEDED a proposal bv Al Hir-: : CriticallyInjured diy] may enter by telephoning Yirtv-two contestants competed q 301 in fins "' the Ta---
'" N In the Labor Day Golf who are not yet attending. School!
"nn that his property on 981-6761 giving their name ford County
Temple Ave., including residence Here and the act they will rto They Tournament< at the Starke Bradford Hluh School reported The Snfptv Break N a nations -
1966 Football Golf & Country Club last 1.188 students. Sraike
shop. and apartment"ouse. may also' register! at the Fairgrounds .T'1"r"p rr" |>le''* rtesl"npf -
SEASON TICKETSON be used as the new I ... until 6 p.m. Saturday. weekend with separate! divisions Elementary 529<1, SouthsHeflpmentniv to tr"mntp h'"h"'n'' surety
Injured
man was critically -
|lOne for the ladies and the fitl LnwtevtInInr
SALE NOW : rourthoua ante.Received Assistant! County Agent Bob : hv In'ttirin"! tired motorists i it
a passenger car totallv I men. HI"h 182: RJE High .. .. ."
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complaint bv F Taylor, who Is nerving as pro- -ten -" i "
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Call 064-3731 demolished and a truck damaged Winners for the ladles were" -r-,1 (r"Ti' .,k'r :'T i 'O" ,
O Pats fit In'1.".n'1<"nt T"Ie'lnra !, < $1.000 In a. 3:01: a.m. accident r+ 1 gram chairman for the Saturday (tertte'r-p tow'"rnss M'-, .,u ,out! ,', ,"Mn ,I.
/ !
or See A BUS Cheerleader 'I. T> > ,,1 I TT"11"n, 1 17i
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Bald! thnt
( n"n n1 F11'I! 'I Wednesday on U. S. 301 right event : I Humphries low npt Dot
1963 Stat Champs) n+re"t"9! :\f W"t' C' North. ,'I / each contestant will be allowed Reese! longest drive. i r'' Tr-Hir-, 'n <:;rnt'T "r/f
i"r.
I five minutes to his High. however Is thought! tot MEET SEPT 8
Gainesville damaged telephone Edward Everett Lyle. 33- present Prize winners for the men TO :
conduits the 1 act and only amateurs will be tnbnut inn under the I This! Space Contrlbute4Weekly during construc- i i year-old Merchant Seaman I I wl're1111'1011: : Elder, 1st place:: 1 '
.n..n.. nrr' 111''! anterilnwrc' r In
tion of the MorganChurchNnuse eligible to compete. crept t
/ 1962 Oldsmofbile belonging
to Publicize driving a Jack Eaves: 2nd; and tied for
!1 F-oid to the extent of to Main Street Motors I President Harley said It Is i iI 3rd place/ were F. R Carra- .. o'H' 0..1' 1 1.200 attended the P1'! .+ 1rrrhnr"h'

Community Event by .2m.: He said he was mI + I in Gainesville hit the left rear I I hoped that all of the 214 dine and Jimmy Rowe. the "hool list! yea Fellowship Hall for new re-

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The CommunityState : but hntyd that telephone installations 'parked at the curb in front of I county will b! represented at Bill Epp; closest! to hole on Tur.4ay" R.TE: Is also down AH boys infprestedhoitf .

Bank would be protected Thomas:> Welding! Shop and apparently .', the Saturday night barbecue No 2was Fred Glenn, and with BBS compared to 736 R tt.,1j1'1'1 their parents -

en future road building prol- I Jammed on his. brakes and propra-n.: I closest to hole on No. 1 wad; : -'t yc.:. :,! et1r: tine: 7O::! p.

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Mrs. Effie Johns had as Burke Ellington and daughter. Mr. and Mra. Dale Grover I I drainage was made by professionals coming: to rest under the front I trol causing: accident
supper guests Friday, O. W. Judy had as weekend: and family of Newfleld N. Y.I Three Pick and It Is said the site end of the parked vehicle. Balsden and Mrs. Martha guests at their camp in the spent, 10 days with Mr. and j Is a good one ana that no Andrew J. Thompson of home
Holllday of Jacksonville, and Scrub Mrs. Eva Hill of Pa- Mrs.\ Bernard Emanuel and fill dirt will\ be needed" Ro- Route 1, East Palatka, driverof talned ,the Oldsmobile from I
on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. ntka! and Mr. and Mrs. La- also visited Mr. ant Mrs. Don Legion Site berts replied.: the truck, escaped with mi- Main Street Motors dome time; ]
Kenny Franks of Lakeland.Pvt. mar Oreen and Mike May of Stewart In St. Feler burg. Cleric Darby said the correct nor injuries. Lyle was"rushed f u'eaday with the stated in- !
GLADYS BIOOTY\ Melvin W. [Robbie 1Ebcrle ] Starke. Visiting MIr and Mrs. Mack procedure would be to to the Medical Center!: in tention of purchasing: it, but

Phone 964-0651 !: local National Guardsman H. L [Levy] Norman, will I Mrs.Williams last weekendwere [Continued from Page One! get an appraisal then nego- Gainesville, where his condi- had not made weeks Johnny Livingston of the car at the time of the accident -
was home for two return to his duties as Jailor tiate with the property own-
tion critical.
-- visiting his family and at the Bradford County Jail Atlanta. Ga. and Beanie: William broke the tie with a scarcely ers, resorting to condemnation was described as .
friends after completingbasic Monday after undergoing of Savannah, Ga. audible "yes. proceedings if necessary.All Investigating city police of- The damaged truck was the
Mr and Mrs. T. H Slade Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss Ben- Mr. and Mrs Roy Clom- ficers charged Lyle with failure of Ford's
training at Fort surgery in Riverside Hospitallast Clerk Charles Darby apparently of the sites under con- property Products
Joined friends from Atlanta. ] Lillian Stump were guests nlng, Oa. He.sI\ now stationedat week. mona and children were visit- surprised by this turn sideration a month ago were to have vehicle under con Raleigh N. C.1' .
Oa, weekend Labor weekend of :Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. Hat-
over Labor Day Day Grover
Proving of and trying to
Aberdeen COOPERATION events busy unofficially appraised by a I
at Ponte Vedra. Elizabeth Fowler in Eau Oal- FOR CONTINUED ton in Snoods Thursday and asked r r,
Md. with his notes
: Grounds Aberdeen WITH ALL LOCAL.ORGANIz.TIONs keep up volunteer local committee and
Rosier of Friday.
Mr. Bud lie;
Mrs.
and Miss DeeDee DeAngelis of Johns to repeat his vote to the American Legion site was
Jacksonville spent Labor Day Harold Tyus left last Friday VOTE. Pvt. Dannie Bagwell of
Winter Park was a weekend be sure he had It right. .
valued at $118,000.Ambulance I
CARL HURST. 11
weekend! visiting relatives to enter graduate schoolat Aberdeen, Md. was visiting his i:
guest of Candy Woodburn.Mr. Roberts suggested that the ; .. .
!Mere ana in Lake City. the University of N. C.. In W. Mr. and Mrs. Browari: parents Mr. and Mr Donald immediately to ; .-1''; .
and Mrs. Robert board
''Mr.. entertained Satur- Bagwell, over the weekend. move Service : -r"' Ao
and Mrs. James A. Ry Raleigh.Mr. Akridge !! ,
Nobles of Norfolk Va. are contact: a competent appraiserso .t. '
der and daughter, Dell and and Mrs. One Wiggins visiting her parents, Mr. and day night with an outdoor Jr.Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards that its attorney could Included In Budget -1': .'' I. '; "
Pea, of Miami, and son. aie spending this week in\ Mrs. Charles Darby, and his barbecue for their son Em- and Zack took Tom to start negotiations to acquirethe w "
James A Ryder Jr. of U. ofFla. EMzabethtown! N. C. visiting parents Mr and Mrs. P. W. mett, who left Monday tobegin Tennessee Military AcademyIn property and notify the [Continued from Page One] it!:. / ....... "Ir
., spent Labor Day week- her brother and slster-in- Nobles. In Lake City for two boot training at Parrls Sweetwater, Tenn. duringthe architect of its choice. ., .
end at the Dell Cottage on law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hem- Island, S. C. About 35 friends weekend. ects. I
Johns Roberts.
Klngsley Lake. :11iWay. weeks. and relatives attended. Mrs. O. L. Beajsley and. Mrs.J. appointed -Approved a request by theSheriff's .. ,.. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Green W. Kincaid spent Labor Shuford. and Chaitain its a .r' "
FOR ICONTINVED COOPERATION Mr. and Mrs. Marion Har- Among the students who department for a I ,
I were In Lakeland visiting the Day weekend with their broth- committee to contact an appraiser -
,
: WITH ALL LOCAL transfer of $2.700( from its
ington of Cocoa and Mr. are entering and returning! ,
Bill Walker family over the er-in-law and sister, Mr. and and also arrange fora I
ORGANIZATIONS VOTE and Mrs. Bill and Miss contingency fund.
Harrington weekend. to various colleges are Mrs. C. C. survey of the property.Mrs. .
:CARL IIURSr.Mr small daughter of Jacksoni I' Jean Reese who has entered Hoppe. Received notice from the I
KEEP A AND Chastain was first to
Addle Wheeler of or- QUALIFIED
and Mrs. V. J. i .' Mrs. State Road Department of its 1
Spenger
\ were Labor Day weekend lando spent the weekend TJ. of Fla. Jimmy Douglas, EXPERIENCED: IN OF- break the after-vote silence,
? and Mrs Emma Badman. | : guests of Mrs. Gladys: who has entered F S. U. and abandonment of a portion of 1
with her sister Mrs. W. F. FICE RE-ELECT CARLHURST. "I think you've made a wrong '
Connie Chasteen and Debor- eld Highway 100 [overpass on
Harrington Miss Janet Hardy who will "
decision. she sail: "In a lit-
"ah Johns spent from Fridayto i i Mrs Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville Herlongr. 'return to the U. of Oa. this Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw tle town like Starke. thecourthouse : Keystone Heights road: ).
.. Monday at Daytona \ spent the weekend Mrs. Annie C. HolUngs- Sunday.Mr. had as guests over Labor Day should be In the -Questioned whither additional '
'lleach. Judy Dukes: Joined vith Mr and Mrs. E. W. worth is visiting her sister and Mrs. L. D. Vining weekend, Mr. and Mra. Bern- center of things. There Isn't insurance should be tak-
them on Saturday I Mrs. Justice Strickland, In en to cover frequent theft of Ck"
Hayes spent a few days last week in ard Sullivan of Troy, Ala. a reason in the world to build
Gainesville this week.
Stockton. Ga. visiting Mr !Mrs. W. E. Middleton and it way out there." tools from the county equip-
A \ Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and ment shop. Foreman R. E '
Vining's brother Jesse who Miss Madge Middleton were I Roberts replied; "Our architect -
'son. Lonnle. and daughter was confined to a Lakeland. I weekend guests of Mrs. Merle. is also( a planner !and Jones said the recent theft I
Candy visited Mr. and Mrs Oa. hospital. Friends will be Mardis and Mrs. W. Q. Dow- he has recommended a threeto had been reported; to the
Keith Reeves In Winter Parkon glad to know that he is improving -. ling in Melbourne.: five acre site Mrs. Chas- Sheriff's department for investigation i
Monrtnv' after suffering from: (Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bowers t tnin Is entitled to her opinion ,iI I

:% VOTE REGISTER SEPTEMBER! : : NOW 13 AND FOR I a heat stroke. of Mrs.Fort Lauderdale parentsof and but we have paid for professional R.-Accepted E. Read's Farm annual Forester r )
Mrs. Leah S. Bauknlght of R. G. Paterson, 1 advice." port'l A Record Of Integrity!
\\ CAUL HURST. Jacksonville is spending tttlgveek Mrs. David Mel/drum/ of Richmond i "You'll see" Hamilton said. and heard Read say, in response -1
.. Mrs, Elaine] Mitcham and here with her sister. Va. arrived today for 1' "trie courthouse will to a question by Commissioner -
children of Jacksonville and Miss: Kate Struth, and other a few daY$' visit with ;:'11'. more money out there. YouJon't cost George Roberts
\ :Mrs.\ Panolo Mitcham of At- relatives.Mr. and Mrs. Paterson. < have the drainage that that pulpwood prices have advanced Vote For

1 S\ ianta.: Ga. were Wednesday and Mrs. A. H. Harley Mr. and Mrs. George Pat- we do on the present site. around. SO cents a cord \
visitors of Mrs. W. O. Haile end family of Merritt Island ten and baby daughter, Lisa Roberts said the and now range from $8 to
Mrs. Panolo Mitcham remained spent Labor Day weekend with architect 1030.
visiting their parents,
were
had
Mrs Patten's Mr 1 walked over the Legion Neil TuckerCITY
with her sister. Mrs. parents
,
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRaA
property and declared it all I
I Haile. for several days. Sr.': and Mr. and Mrs. LonnIe and Mrs Roy Rooks, on the right. Gainesville Man

t Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Harley over the Labor Day Wlthlocoochee River.
\ t l rlII Brunswick, Ga. spent th// weekend. Larry Patz of Contoocook, I "Do you think you can determine Injured Here i
M. H. spent the weekend. with the drainage of apiece 1
W. '
weekend with Mrs. H'I Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- I
I
Mrs. his brother and sister-in-law of property by wal'tins [Continued from Page One] COUNCILMANGROUP
Hart. Mrs. Sheppard
Rae. Jr. and sons of Lake "
\ 0t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Pats i over It? Hamilton asked.
\ Hart and Miss Becky New- City were visiting Mr. and' enroute to Miami. "The report causing: the car'to swerve, side-
had
I we
on 1 1I 3
man were visitors in Gainesville Mrs. McRae Sr.. Labor Day. Mrs. Jeff Paulk and daughter -I swiping: the truck, and finally ,
\ on Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch- and Bob -
\ Kay, Mrs. Wile
; John, Christiansen was ins spent the weekend with of Pearson, Ga., Mr. and
Ir-h.; in Wlldwood over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green in Billy Manning and children

,'-._ .. :!' visiting her sister Mrs. EU! tls. Jacksonville, and :Maj. lrS'1
L. W. Strickland. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Paulk of Valdosta. Ga. TERWILLEGAR
'I Local admittances to Brad- I Pitch of Tallahassee spent Labor Day guests of MOTORS

ford County Hospital this, Saturday and Sunday with Dave Paulks.

It's time to bring In your dollars and give- week inf-lude: Daniel E. McKinney Mrs Hazel Ritch. Lynwood Walters left' Wed-

them the protection they deserve, the Mis. Gertrude, Mrs. Hattie McBride.A. Mrs Lee Mrs. Dan was Harris Monday of Jacksonville guestof nesday studies morning at Furman to resume UniversityIn his Better Hurry If You \Want To Save Hundreds Of Dollars On

security of an insured savings account. Mary A. Jackson. Mrs. Awe Mrs. Leila Mundy at Greenville S. C., where he
H. Conner. Carlton T Mc- Klngsley; Lake. will finish his senior year In

4 % -4 % 4 % 4 % 1 Jack Manus Trawlck John Mrs.T MontineTodd Warren sons Mrs.returned O. D. to Moran their homeIn and ministerial Mr. and Mrs.work.Comer. Perry- A New 1966 Ford Car Or Truck! \We Must Clear The Lot

: Mrs. Emma M. Harr's.' Brnokvllle. Long Island man of Jacksonville spent La-
Per annum-Quarterly Anticipated Dividend Rate and Mrs. Inez Dumalne. all lost week after spending the bor Day weekend with Judge
of Starke; Mrs. Beatrice L. past three months with her and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, at For 1967's67 Prices Will Be Up Save Now While

1 Pendleton, Tampa: Mrs Viola mother, Mrs. Louise Moore. Kingsley Lake. e .
This Is A
Dividend Month! I Crews and Mrs. Meucle Mr. Moran joined his family Seaman Stephen Prevatt
Starling of Lawtey: Charlie lust! month and drove them and iSeivnan, Darian Smithof We Still Have 66's.
home. Whiting' Field, Fla. were,
Savings and Loan Association I Burnham of Macclenny: Mrs.
/fifijte- ,
Annie Johnson of Brooker; KEEP A QUALIFIED" AND Labor Day guests of ''Stephen'smother ...
"' Of Starke 1 :Mrs. Ed Prevatt. '
Marlon L. Crews of Raiford: EXPERIENCED: IN: OF- 1967 Ford Trucks
'" ..\\.1. ;;; FICE RE-ELECT CARL Mr. and Mrs. Homer Own- Now On Display -Cars Will Be On Display Sept. 30th.
218 N. Temple" Phone 961-0:>00 I and Mrs. Mollle Cerni of HURST.- by and family, and Mr. and
Heights.
I Keystone Mrs. Marlin Still, all of Cleve- I -r--
lingham Mr. and Mrs and Keith daughter.Kathy Oll-. land, Tenn. were weekend !.- New 1966 Ford Cars and Trucks To Select From
guests ofrr.. and, Mrs George 1.4
spent the weekend Pierce. :\ If We Don't Have The Car You Want We'll Get It!
with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale
Mrs. D. H. Perryman of De-
Please Vote For at Kingsley Lake. Funlak Springs, who has spent
I Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mulllns the several weeks in Hen
past
!
find family and Mr. and !Mrs derson, N. C. with Mrs. L. These Cars Are Trade-Ins On
M. A. Payne and family Davis, is visiting Mrs.
ff.f j A'J
t.. spent the weekend camplns at her home here this week. I New 1966 Fords -- They Repre-
at Anastasia
State Park. :Mrs J. J. Moore of Bruns-
Carl Hurst '! Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish wick, Ga. was the guest Sunday sent Just A Few Of The People FINAL
and famllv. Mayor and night of Mr. and :Mrs:
Mrs. Randal:! Chitty and fumtly. Paul Raymond.Mr. I Who Saved Hundreds
) ... Katherine Peek and Pat- : and :Mrs:\ W. C. McCoy Of Dol-
ty Rosier spent Labor Day :Mr.\ and :Mrs.: Hugh Clark of
b weekend at Jekyll Island Ga Atlanta Ga., and Mrs. John 1 lars On A New Ford.

CITY COUNCIL On Saturday they were .loln- Phillips of Tampa were Labor i _
cd by Mr.\ and Mrs. Snell Day weekend guests of Mrs. '
and family of Waycross. Oa. Freeman Register, Sr. ill I '
r Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mathews FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS $$895 --. 61 Ford Country

Jr. and son. Bo. spent RE-ELECT CARLHURST. ''
GROUP NO. 5
the weekend in Cordele. Oi. 'I
? g with Mr. Mathew's par-ntl.! Mrs. Harry :Mooty and SQUIRE(} WAGON: DAYS !

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mathews! daughter Gerri and Miss Automatic Transmission
Jackie Hines spent several \ Power Steering, Air Con-
Sr.David ditioned, oj 1,000liIes:
One
Canova has returned (In Owner.
0 CARL HURST promises to continue to provide days last week sightseeing;
from his annual two week the Tampa. nay Clearwater, I
aggressive leadership for city. Army Reserve Training: and Winter Haven, section.
our camp at Ft. Jackson S. C. Judge G. L. Fallen Is holdIng I '
Mrs. L. A. Canova has returned court in Miami this week $$995 --- 62 Olds 88
0 CARL HURST realizes the need to operate the from a two week's on assignment for Judge Ke- I,

city as economical as possible and promises to continue visit in Baltimore, Md. with hoe.Mr. FORDOR I
her brother and: sl and Mrs. Ben Hall and
to work to accomplish this. law Mr. and Mrs. O. ter-In-I Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford _
derman and a five days piano and family spent the weekend -

O CARL HURST has given his support to the many workshop with Frances Clark I at Cedar Key. 1 $1095 1 --- '64 VolkswagenTUDOR
and her associate teachers in Mrs. S. M. Miller, Richard

programs that are vital to the needs of our com Washington D. C. Miller, and Mrs. Bud Rosier ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 3ev- spent last: weekend in John-
munity. The construction of a sewerage treatment mour and son. Hallie scent son City. Tenn., visiting re-

the weekend at Columbus. latives.Mr. RADIO, HEATER, GOOD CONDITION:
plant, extension of sewerage and water lines. The Ga. visiting Douglas Seymour and Mrs. X. M. Smith I 1 1

development of the recreation department and its who is attending Officer's and family: spent last week,1
Candidate School at Ft. Kenning camping in the Smokles with '

facilities, to name just a few. Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr.'I I $$895 --- 62 Volkswagen
REGISTER NOW AND tr.d Mrs Jerry Bolden. En- ,
VOTE SEPTEMBER: 13 FOR route home they .visited'
CARL HURST. friends in Attapulgus. Ga. I BUS ONE OWNER
CARL HURST Says: Mrs. Elvira DeVoe house Mr. and Mrs. Dick Solze

keeper at Holiday Inn, and and family were recent vis-:

"The citizens and voters of Starke have permitted me to serve Mrs Lila Cold-well, housekeeper itors of Mrs. Solze's '
at the Bradford County in-law and sister $$695 --- 61 Ford Tudor
as a member of the City Council for the past six years. This Hospital attended the first fall Mrs. Jimmy Carter brother-I FORD COUNTRY OFFICIAL

prhilejje has been a source of immense pride and personal satis- meeting of the Crown Chapter kina Beach.
faction to me. I have attempted, during these six years, to approach NEHA at Ramada Inn in AUTOMATIC I

the operation of the city government on a sound and fair Gainesville Thursday. THE BRADFORD RADIO AND ;HEATER CLEARANCE ALE
basis. I have sought to provide the maximum city services, at a David, Carol and Stephen
reasonable cost! for all residents of the city. I am keenly aware Milbank of Central City, Long COUNTY TELEGRAPH

of the responsibilities of council membership and assure you thatI Island morning, returned after by jet spendingten Tuesday Published every Thursdayat NEWFINANCE AIR BLOCK

will not take them for granted or with a complacent attitude. days with their grandparents 138 W. Call St., CONDITIONING

Once again I ask you for your vote and support. If you will Mr. and Mrs Fred T. Starke, Fla. 32091 PLAN

grant me the opportunity to continue to serve as a member of Hogue, Sr. at Lake Bedford Second class postage paidat ANY MAKE OR MODEL ASSEMBLY

the City Council. I promise, each of you, to accept the challengewith Weekend guests of the Hogues Starke, Fla. o N
enthusiasm. were the Fred Hogue Jr. family A. Low AS LOW AS
of Jacksonville. Subscription Rates:
Mr. and !airs.: J. A. Christmas In trade area: 3.50: per AUTO REPAIRS As $$13-50 ,95
Please Vote For CARL HURST --- City and Mr. and Mrs. Jack year; $2.00 six month : $
Edwards spent the weekendat "
Daytona Beach. E.: L."Matthews, editor andpubI.s.'le N 0 INSTALLED -*- VF Per. Mo.
Council and Keep Carl Working For You! Mrs. E. L. Crawford had a* :"
No
I visitor over the weekend, Outside trade area: $..00 I Down
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) |Tom Crawford and ,Miss HeJen per year: 12.29: six months. ,i DOWN PAYMENT No Down Payment
.,Crow of Jacksonville. PaymentP.





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THURSDAY SEPT. 8. 1960
BRADFORD: COUNTY TKT.FORAPTI. '
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Woman's Club I Beta Sigma Phi 7-Counfy 'Robin Mulllns: I[Rae Robin Mullins, Billy My-
Life: Jim Shuford. rick and Buddy Paterson.CookingStanley .
Sets Program, On 1 Merit Badges: Qay.
| Beta Sigma Phi will meet ,
r Handicapped Youth "Monday night at 8 o'clock at I Labor Survey i\i' Swrmnning-)} Stanley Gay ; Rending-Robin Mullins.
I the homo of Mrs. Meed Lewis ':'Bruce Haddock< Steve Klrki Soil &: Water Conservation\

Handicapped, ; Youth A I on Westmoreland Street with Starts Soon i i i land Curtis Lee I u.vld M I.:- 'II Bruce Haddock.

GLADYS MOOTY Community Concern" will be :Mrs Randy Johns as co- .

Pbooa 964-0651 the subject of the talk given l I hostess. A vacation auction\ During the week of Sept

bv Mis' Clair Jean Muncly at I will be held. !M-20.( the Jacksonville Area

the first fall meeting of the I Chamber of Commerce will
Starke Woman's Club on SENIOR conduct one of the largest t LOUISE STERN
Josie StricklandIs Hospital Auxiliary Wednesday Sept 14. at 3:30: ()I, end most! comprehensivelabor
] Met p. m. In the club house. j I CITIZENSThe availability ever
ComplimentedAt ThursdayThe surveys
;; Miss Mundy daughter of: fall of the year is fast. mae:! in Flol'lda.Questionnaires Piano LessonsU.
Shower Bradford County Hos- Mrs W B. Mundy JI' Us assistant approaching;, and Senior Clti- will be distributed -
professor of PhysicalF
pital Auxiliary met Thursday 4 r sans Club members are driftIng over a wide area In
Misses Martha Bollinger. ucatlon and Recreation at 301 SOUTH
mOl nlng in the board room buck from summer visits northeast Florida with thehelp :
Karen Lee ana! Dorothy Mix- Florida! State University lire ''
:
of local Chambers of'
at the hospital.The '' In various' pacts of the U.S.
on were hostesses at a bridal elementary and htllh school'
president, Mrs. Loyree Our agenda will be quite Commerce and public and
shower last Tuesday even- education was in Stnrke' HerB full schools. Included In i PHONE 964-3533
In the
Cocomlse, accepted: the reports ensuing months. private
ing at the home of the latter S. and M. S. degrees
were the Nassau,
all the
Today citizens
I of chairmen and projects I1. rights of survey arelal'e
for Miss Josle Strickland. i for the year were discussed received from FSU and she is one of the chief topics n.iker Duvnl. Bradford, ST\HKF-. FLORIDA
Summer flowers In attrac- R. E. Edmondson. the has been accepted for the ot national news. And so it Clay St. Johns and Putnam I
tive arrangements were used hospital administrator told Doctorate degree bv Columbia goes with the many millions Counties I
to highlight points of Inter- University In New York of senior citizen The to be
the group that the new cardiogram questionnaires
est In the party rooms for equipment purchasedby ., City She is a member of (President Johnson has voiced used is prepared 1 sppclflcallv I .

the affair. The dining room the auxiliary has been de- rr--' Kappa. Delta Pi, an honorary I grave concern about the tor persons lnterestd in hotter I i
table was covered with a livered. 1'} r 1.t, l educational society Increasing costs of medic employment opportunities -
white lace cloth and held Individual The Florida:! Association of >i i Miss Mundv hns hud t extensive I I fees and drugs. It Is designed for patens )

sandwiches, cakes, i Auxiliaries will meet November l I experience In her That plus the recent. sharp: win are IInl'mplovl"I'I '
and trays of nuts and mints. 17-18 In the Robert Meyer 1.1 chosen field. Snnr of her rise In the post of food, is of underemployed rommutinr'

Centering the table was a Hotel in Jacksonville, and all >professlonil services are: great concern' to all elderly 25! miles or more to work. ov '
Jlr Member of Ilion County people who are living on limIted -
beautiful white arrangement members are urged to attend, I ho are dl 1<1tl flt'dItI'1>
further Community Plnnninu: Council; incomes. As people grow
carrying out the If possible. present employmentThe ]
I for Menial Health and Mental older their needs. becon.a I
j
,WeddJngmotif.. will provide n
survey
The general meeting will I
Retardation: Recreation greater rather than lessened.
Games were played and: I \large body of kmwlcrtite!,
be held on September 19 In I I
r Advisor to the Oovrnor'i, So far doctors' fees and theprice
prizes awarded to Mrs. Daniel the Episcopal Parish hall. about the Jacksonville area Yct1illDD
State Planning/ Commute on I of prescription drugs /
: Alvarez and Mrs. Gladys \< hlch will be invaluable in
Mental Retardation.! : Recreational have not increased in the
Harrington Little Women Will Janet Marie Webb Becomes Bride Consultant to Sun ltnd Bradford and Clay County industrial and economic development flllc
\ of the area It wll1
Among the 33 guests pre- Training Center. Mirinnnn. areas.i
sent were Mrs. Phyllis Strick- Honor MothersThe Of Terry Walters In Baptist RitesThe Fla.: Consultant to PanamA Most ,returning seniors Deport also be of value to lora''
land, mother of the honoree. City Board of Public Instruction that this has been the school systems In th"lr continuing -
and Mrs. Edwin Williams, mothers of membersof marriage of Miss The bridegroom had for his' for The Development of I hottest summer ever experienced efforts to develop] and FOR THE FAMILY

mother of the bridegroom Little Women's Club will Janet Marie. Webb daughterof I best man his brother, Lynwood Physical Education Program in their memory and it Implement educational programs -
tlect. b.. honored guests at tnelr Mr. and Mrs Columbus Walters. Recreation and Professional\: I good to get back to where geared to the chan!

The honoree was presented first fall meeting and covered Webb of Atlantic Beach to Ushers were James Richard -: Advisor to the Governor's II" temperature Is more liv Inc needs of young peopl ,. BIG BOYS
with a set of Corning Wire dish supper on Monday nightat William Terrell Walters, son Webb brother of tlw' Committee on Rehabilitation At least, one can sleep and adults )
88 a memento of the occas- 6:30: p. m. In the club of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek bride and Gene Wlg Uu of, nnd Employment of the night, and even use a light A determlmtion of th. 99
ion. house. Jr. o0 Starke was solemnized Starke. I Handicapped.Miss blanket. number of referable( \ woikei : 2A3
Following the getacquainted at an impressive double ring Mrs. Webb wore for her The Senior Citizens Club end the vocational expert supper members will I ceremony on Saturday afternoon daughter's wedding a dress Mundy's talk will meets the necoml( and fuuith i tree' ant training< that the-
Plastic Notebook $%.IiO at the make plans for thecoming August 20( at 3:30: o'- of azalea yellow knit with center around the psychological ] Tuesday of each' month. All hove or have not receiver
club year All members, with clock In the Neptune Beach round collar and off the and socloaloglcal aspects people of f>0 years and upward, will! aid chambers of commerce ;4 MEN STYLES
TELEGRAPH. their mothers, are urged to I Baptist Church Rev Carroll face hat of yellow straw Her cf the handicapped: new are cordially, Invited. In the area In atlrnctIniz a,
attend. Kendrick: Jr. pastor of the accessories were white:, and trends and developments In Preparations: are under way industries that ran provide \ 399 AND
treatment and: t'dUlIlIolI.and for our Halloween Party, m
-, church officiated. her corsage was a purple or- jobs for available woikHS UP
the community's reiponslbllity \ ami l acquainted, und
I The chancel of the church come get and will assist school of-
was decorated with southern chid.Mrs.. Peek wore a sunpark In the new developments haw some fun. rclals! in designing educational -
underway She will Our next meeting will be onSept. ..... .
palms forming the back- yellow linen drt'8s.I Ith cowl \ programs In kep >lni'Inw .t: j .
I I ,
; entertain questions from the 13 at the Pratt Street '"\
i1 ground for arrangements of neckline and lace larkst: a floor with lob ormoitunltiesThe I '<'" .HTg" andLowCuts
\ non n I after she has completed Recreation Center. "tI,1i '... '
white bride's mums and yellow flowered pillbox hat her talk. Joe Kerrigan, reporter roinernnon:) or th' 1 J., l ,.J .
I a
gladioli flanked by white and matching yellow acces- I "nubile It asked In rnnklnr. | -
Hostesses
for the
afternoon
cathedral candles. 1 soiles. Her alsoa 'the
corsage! was survey n success i i
will be: Mrs Robert Bark- Recent Births
A musical program was purple orchid:!
WILL presented by Miss Jeanette A reception was held following dale, chairman, Mrs. F. B II Boy Scouts Hold I
APPRECIATE YOUR Beard Mrs. O. L. Bcu.ley.] Bradford County Hospital:
Sledge organist After the the wedding :an the eCushron.dfnsofsSullen !
Mrs. C. W. Beckett Mrs the following Honor Court And I
VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR vows the couple knelt on a lawn of the home of thbrlde's I announces I
r, white satin prayer bench for parents at Atlantic! ;) James Blackshear. Mrs H.i I !births: Weiner Roast Cup
Beach In the receiving line O. Bellinger. Mrs. I. N Bren- MI and Mrs James Adams II i "
prayer
City Councilman
DsipnSolsy
zeale, Mrs. Paul Bridges and i McKinney! Hampton, a daughter v.
Given In marriage by her were Mrs. Webb mother of
Boy Scout Troop 70 heM a I
Group 5 father the bride wore a floor the bride: Mrs. Peek. motherof Mrs. H. C. Broadway \ Maiquita Rynna Sept 4. I combination welner roast and! Complete II I

length gown of white faille the groom: the bride and Mr and Mrs Charlie Balls I'court of honor at the Scout Sits
sleeveless, with fitted bodice groom, and Miss Senvey First Baptist McKinney, Starke a son i Hut on Thursday Sept 1. ?

HE WILL WORK FOR: coop neckline, and full The bilde's table was overlaid WMU Observes Alan Lane, Sept. 4. \ Award of the Court of Hon .-.
skirt An overjacket of reem- with a white satin loth or were an follows: ;
A more efficient administration by streamlin- broidered: Alencon lace had and centered with a firee- Season Of Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Roddy Struthof li| The ":50"; Miler] ..awards/ i

ing our city's operations. long I tapered sleeves A lace tlered wedding cake embossed Atlanta. Oa announce the were presented to Buddy Paterson Tennis Oxfords
I with whit Icing I The First Baptist Church bll th of a sun Charles Elliott -
"" pillbox secured her elbow / roses and) Stanley Gay for
Better Streets, Paved Sidewalks, Better Lighting length veil of Illusion she Punch and wedding sandwiches | WMU observed the State :Mla- on August 28, Paternalgrandparents their recent rnft trip on, the ,.
Water and Sewage Disposal!! Available To carried a white Bible! topped I were served !:0 the(I are Mr. and Suwnnnee River. For Ladies and ChildrenLADIES1

Every House In The City Limits.A with a cascade of white !guests from the punch table -,' Mrs Merrill! Struth of Second Class. award went

liaise bride's mums centered with Miss Dee Walters and:! MissKatharine ,' : / Starke.Mr to: Steve Cox, Edwurd Knight STYLES
For City Employees NOW! I 6, with Mrs. R. A. and Mrs. Dennis, F.
Sept. Green
.
a white orchid corsage : Peek, sister of I I)avid :MeRne. Mike "''-'Wie. '
A Cut In Our Power Rates For All. Miss Amelia Seav v maidof the groom, handed out rice(, prayer chairman In charge. i Williams of Largo announce und RlchllrclVfmp.v.. \
honor the b'id's' 's bags In yellow and rTei: : Taking part on the program) 'I the birth of a First Class: Stanley lay v 199 299CHILDREN'S
was on-
Fair and Impartial Service To All. ly attendant. Her dress wasa After spending some time were JVIrs H. L. Speer. Mrs. I, Aman-Jn! Nicole] on dauRhter'l Steve Kirkland and, Billy My- AND <
with their !guests!, the coupleleft Charles Derby Mra Leila. Maternal rick I
---
Elect A Businessman To Do yellow floor length dotted!gown Swiss of with pale on a wedding/ trio to the Mundy, Mrs. Eva. Amlerron, Mr. and Mrs\ W. H. Graham. : Star: Bruce Haddock and l TENNIS
mountains of North Carolina. Mrs Lois Long :Mra. Paul V I'' r *
scoop neckline, elbow Icnath They will reside Carter, and Mrs L f. Dlnklns. t'OKPOKATIONS I art James' E :Moore Ante M. 'rA Complete 199
at 1B04 W.
A Businessman's Job. sleeves she and full skirt Withthis University Avenue In GaInes- The regular business and 'u.\lnl'ny.1I'; ) 1IKKKSecretary '; I I'.it.-lck, all of Met..i.lit Inland, Siie. 1
wore a matching A Annul.
Flu. Filed by Moore
pillbox with yellowireuIar, ville, where they will continue program meeting wag held I, of State Tom |i
: Box -&15h'l'Illt: I Inland.
with covered dish luncheon.
(Pd. Pot veil. Her bouquet of I their studies at then| a I Artimi> has announced the
Adv.) ass
,..
6. Helen I I.
,. Marguerite/ daisies University of Floilda: Mrd.1;I Jon Tuesday Sept. chartering! of the following -p.tR71Ae' Iweee _
I Walters wore n __ _for__ traveling _A_ !Masters Circle wan In charge. ,I new corporations:
I Navy original costume suit\ I The Tai'-Heelers, Inc., 203:
I'"' .... 1 piped in white. With this she Mott Reunion :N. Temple Ave., Starke. Au- Get Set For Fall Sewing

BILL NOEGEL WILL I wore white accessories and, I IfhnrUwl! stock: 500 shares of
Set.For I 18
: the-orohid from her br'de's Sept. jrnnrmon I \ at $100 1 per share Great
bouquet. ''I 'Filed Aug 25 1P6, dealing In During Carp's \
Josiah Lewis
Descendants of -
Among the out cf town fruits, vegetables, etc. Incor- ,, I
NEVER FEEL too important or guests attending the wr-Mlna l and Elizabeth Mott will pOl'ator, : Gr'nhlLm'alkt'r.,
and reception; were Mr andMrs I I hold their annual family reunion FJvclyn: F. Walker, both of
intelligent to talk to ANY citizen S L Peek Jr Misses! with a picnic dinner Hampton; P.itsy. Walker Cart- V
about ANY problem. f Katharine Peek and De" I on Sunday. Sept.. 18. at th"1 I rt-tt Tabor City. N. C.: SIdney .RIC
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan .
Walters Mrs. W. H flolTand] I Wise Olive. S. C. Filed .
Mrs. S L Peek Sr Mrs Lewis In Klngsland! Ga 'by A. J, Thomas Jr.. Starke. ,,
IS NOT being run by any INDIVIDUAL Harry M. Hatcher. Mrs J. E. This! reunion has been ant L. P. Investment Corp., U.
Hardv. Misses Janet Hardy annual affair for about 25j S. 301 North, Stark('. Fla. Lw
GROUP for c
or per- '- \ and Brenda Lewis, and Mr Years All members of the ,Authorised. stock: 100 shares
sonal gain. V and Mrs. Russell Norman family are urged to attend cf common At. $10 per share

all of Starke: Mrs! Rov Filed! Aug/ 29. 1'J66.) dealing In
Plastic Notebook $3.BO: at the real and personal. property
Ward Miss Jane Ward and I
IS INTERESTED in SAVING money by ELIMI- Darby Peek of Lake Citv Ty.... (;n\I'JI. Incorporators: Romeo A. AmLADIES' .

NATING WASTE. -

Py w'.UO'sl\ //lUJ.. hAIihN1\1V l ,_{

IS INTERESTED in reduced power rates because HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF NEW

HE is paying approximately $200 per month in electric \\c/AJD/

bills, himself. FALL FABRICS. ALL FIRST QUALITY l

'

NOT BE afraid to disagree with ANY "Mr. Big," \Carps Fashion Flannel J

when necessary for the welfare and economy of the
LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE WOOL: I
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city government and its citizens. .

d Ideal weight for dresses, suits and Q

THIS ad and ALL my expenses of this campaignwere : 1 ; J S


ANYONE.paid from MY pocket and I'm not obligated to c.-ak a 10 I /|/YD.i



ULTRA BLEND PRINTS

I will owe ALL the citizens of this city, if elected,

and will pay-off with fair, impartial and economical rep- cry A luxurious blend of 50% Avril,
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resentation.I GENUINE IJ ; s' fsr r 50% cotton. Pr.-shrunk, little or 5 9 IC,

Mohair SweatersUnusual } no ironing needed. Ideal fabric YD. y

do not know all the answers but will make it my F i' for dresses and blouses .I
business to get them.
THE WRINKLE IS DEAD AND 'DAN-PRESS' DID I'll I


Please Vote For Value at 4 44 / '' Permanent Press Ginghamis



W.H.BILL' NOEGELON l A FAMOUS 'DAN RIVER' FABRIClivt

Classic it up In this wildly ntw Dan Riv.r woven plaids! 50% Fortnl, SOS
cardigan sty). with decorative pop $1 I
< tton.all 'the ironing it will ever nttd has been don by 'Dan-Press' before -
corn stitching' embroidery trim. Gorgeous a ,
it gelS to you. Coasts, smoothness' neatness and shop are all prtsitd I YD.
SEPTEMBER 13THPd. n.w fall 'frosted ton... Site S, M, L ,
In permanently
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THtmSDAT./ SEPT. S. US8,
FLORIDA
MlADFORn rorWTT TEMtflRArn.! WTAUKW.
'PAOr. rotm .

to law. tln.. .described In such icrlilliale, orcertificates have hereunto set my I TOM AUAMMSECRETARY I was ctuiviited, In the ClnultCourt for clemency to the HtateBoard
cording
property
and five cent to. Talluliussee.Florida .
.style per OF STATE' of riradford Countv. FI..r.hili. of Pardon*
,. .. Ihi'hlitlit'Ht hand and affixed tho : .
11"11." In niloh cortlflcHte ok' will lie sold to
Announce [grammatical construction .. 98I at thu Novembel" tm mthereof. at its next regularnieotlnir
Keystone-Starke Lions mechanics certificates will be cold to I lieItijclieMt bidder ill' I Hi. .ill. { li-cml" MeAl of the State H IH 41 ,
of Florida, lit\ Tallahassee A./>. II62.! ol the offense
etc I bldtjor at tli. court house dour on tin flrt Monday .. CLYDE CONNER: I
I olmoonshine
houve door on the flmt Monday III Month of .....1"I\ !!Utili.> the CSuiUal" 'this thFifteenth 1\0'1'1(''': of Illegal possession )
Aplluaiki
Three judges will be appointed In Month of October lanfl which Is the 3rd day .of October. day of Aug-u' I I NOT It.'I': IS HERICUY': OIVENTHAT whiskey and operating1 < .f
'" World-Wide\ Peace Essay Contest ; by each club to oval* which U. tha 3rd day of October. IIIIII.IJIIII'rJ! 19(16. .. i I I I. Clydu Conner" who moonshine still will apply" -4>/1 3tp 9/16

uate entiles submitted to 1HHII. this 211th dui ur August I I
: Dated 111 In :ioth day of Au- linn! ) ----
their club. If the winner can .i
UAIinV.Merit :
!fUal. CIIAKI.KX: A
The youth of Ki-vslonp this world-wide pieitl advance through the judging IU.JoN: A. D\fRV. -of Clrmll ,'..un ofIlnulford

Heights and! Starke award." President Joe Wlldt I .Uages up to the world finals Cloi-k of Clrrutt Court 01( Cuuiil>'. Florldii, ':
: commun-I IJrndfnrd County. Florida 9/1 4t 9/22 HURRY
of the Heiuhts Lions he will receive an expensa
ities have been given Keystone !nil! 4t 9,22I'NITED .CIIEVROLET Inc.
.. lenge to develop a plan forworld Ciub said in announcing the paid trip to Chicago to attend 1\0'1" ('.: nv F.i.F.c'1: : nPa BAIJDWIN

peace by their local (contest locally President Carl the Lions International 8TATEH UIMTRIC'r 1 It known that I. Tom HURRY

Lions Clubs a challenge Henley of the Starke clubnlll'eed 50th annual convention for COURT Middle DlMtrlcl ofFlnrldn Adams, ""fctm'retui. or Suit',. "fI ,
his her Jai-kHonvlllo, PIvlRlon.I'nltvtl ho. State of Florldii.. ,do herebyKlve
final judging of
or
hat could earn one of them wholeheartedly Htateii of Amerli'ii' notice that H (I I ION 1':1tA I-IKL.KCTION
$23.000 educational and; .or The contest open to young essay in addition to the $1,000 I'lAlntlif.: vi John \\'. Yonk nnil' will be held I" IS HAVING ITS YEARLY
: career assistance grant. people who will be 14. but less a\V ud. Audrey B. Yoak. hln wife: Bradford. ,, .County Htniiof Florida
22 of ai of Oeorue. ,\. 001 h h..rlf. Jr. anilO .' on TiKisduy'. next' suceedIIIK -
than age
years Presidents Henly and Wildt
The Keystone and Starke clle P. Uothberv. bin wife.Hefendantx. the first MondiiIn November
Clubs together with Lions Jan. 15. 1967. was announced said they hope that local Court No. 6H-3UO- A. n, IH6II. the said.

throughout the by the president of the Lions ynung/ people will accept the CIv-J. NOTICE OP SALJB Tuesday. bi'lnir' ihc ICIOIITH .
organizations
I International Edward M. Notice I 1M hereby (rlvon. that DAY OF NOI 1'\1 III-III. t" till ,
world are sponsoring a world challenge and enter the applicable puraiiant tn .a final Durre* ofFornrloHiire the followInK otrh''M.neprPe..nllltlv. OUT SALE
wide essay contest for youth Lindsey of Lawrenceburg, club section of the enteri'tl on Auicuft .. In fmncrese [ LOSE

on the most important world Term during the association's contest. Closing date for eachclub's 2Q. liUH) b;' the abovu entitled for the Mevoiid l-onKrcHKlona. !
international convention in Court In the abo\e myledcQUHe lilstrlitThree. "
contest is Dec. 10
subject today PEACE. tht* untlerHiKned PnitcilMtatos n> Justlci-H, of the Supreme
in: New York. 1966. Mnmhnl of bin Court
: The contest offers $50.000 or any
"The peace essay contest is Students wishing to enter duly authorlxud deputlue will Three (::1)l ..Imlifi"f. 'the District
in total awards including the divided Into eight world dlv- Rell thi* property nltuato In Court of Appeal, I for the CHEVYS IN INVENTORYM
$25.000 first prize eight iilons for the $1.000 prizes" should contact one of the nrndford' County. Plorldn ilmrlbed ". First Appellate IHslrl OF ALL THE 1966
semi-final world regional Starke or Keystone Lions to KM, : l.ot Nineteen <19>. Three <8) Clrmlt ..lii.lmuf
President Henley said. Winners Block Four ((4). 8ARATOOAIIEIIIIITM. the ElKhth Judicial Circuit
obtain full details of the
awards of $1,000 each and from the two local club.s test. I'nll Two aci'ordInr flovernorHecretary "It's Time to Clean Up And Move Out All '66 Chevy Cars and
('on
travel expenses for the eight to pint, thereof recorded In .of Htibto, -
winners to Chicago. 111. In will advance to Lions District Plat Ilook. 3, Pare. TO ,,f the Attorney July 1967, At that time the! 35-L competition In his ((01' CARD OF THANKS public rtrordN, of Bradford Trucks. We Still Have A Wide Choice of Colors
her! effort to qualify! for the County Florida. at public Htate Treasurer
frlst prize winner will be We want to thank each I'lilillc In To Take Advantage of Tremendous
multiple district contest all outrry to thu hlKheMt ami boat Superintendent i>f Our Stock It's Time For You
: chosen from the eight. Also I end everyone for their kindness bidder for rant! between the structionCommissioner. ,
more thin 20.000 local district of the State of Florida and sympathy in the hourn of 11:00: o'clock a. m. of A (..ri.. .ultiire l"lor. I B Id Savings On The New Chevy of Your Choosing. Also At This
; Prizes will be awarded at and 2:'OK o'clock p. m. on Octo- Two ((2) CominlBsloni rs a WIn
and multiple district loss of our dear husband and C.I..I..n. ,
her 18, I9UII at thu front dour lila Public Service
awards will be made. each level. father who passed away of the Bradford County Coiirthoime. State Senator!! Fifth Seinitoi-" \ Time of the Year We Have A Special Sale On Demonstrators.
by
The contest sponsored PtHrke, Florida. T>atml: lal District.
: "We are hoping: that ons! morethan 20.000 Lions Clubs August 29 We do thank Bro AuKiiKt !9. t 1P60.-John IS. Mtfftilre ; State Senator. !Slxlh "Si'iial.n-' You Save Hundreds of Dollare On These Cars. Check the Cars Be-

of our young people will: win in more than 130 countries Merle Packham for the kind Mr.' 1'nited Btatei" :MarKhal. lal. DlHtrltt" Says.
I words of peace he spoicp.- Middle. Pletrli't. of Klortda. stale Senator KlKhth Senatorial and You'll BUY AT HOME!"
will be
ilthe Free World The family of John H. Suri ; Ki'rnard" Nachmun, AH"Hlntant 1,1.lrlrlIoClut. low and Compare Anywhere
the largest peace essay contest fulled,, I state* Attorney.Attorney .. Heniltor. T..IIIfifth
In the world today Purpose lency.i for Plaintiff' Senatorial: 1 District' .
....
FLORIDATHEATRE "o"f i 9/1 tt 9/2-' One (II I) Membei" of th" II'"
the contest Is to de- of Representatlv. .s DEMONSTRATOR DEMONSTRATOR DEMONSTRATOR -

\rloi a formula for world A Classified Ad In The Telegraph >OTIO: 01"PPI.I'I'IO Two (2) MembelMS, of ''lie."
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peace because Lions feel) "'011X UI'I.n Board of County Coinuilssloii.. i 1966 IMPALA 1966 IMPALA 1966 IMPALA
that peace is attainable and brings result. ...... ItH.lfl. .'.11. Three (3) Members of 'ilio'"

want to alert the youth of NOTICE 13 HEREBY C1IVBN Board In of TeMlmony Public rnstrmllon Whereof I 2-DOOR-H.T. 4-DOOR-H.T. 2-DOOR-H.T. \.
that Mr. Carl Harton holderof

ShO'Ntime--W ekdays 7 the world to the need to focus >oiiru: OK .\PPI.IT10.. the following cfrtlftcateaha Radio. White with Black Int. Radio. J
with Black Int.
attention on that goal. fait T\\ ....: filed. nald rertlflctiteM for a Beautiful yellow with black Int. MAROON
F.D
Sunday 3:00.: Saturday 1 .. .. tax deed to !be iHtiued thereon. PS & PH TW WC. Heater, PS & I'D. TW, WC.
Heater ,
In announcing the contest sr. in I.in. f. The certificate numb.. and Radio, Heater, PS & I pn, TW, .
I =NOTICE: IS!! HUllrtRT 1 : fllVK.V.thnt : rn Air Condo Low Mileage.
LIKE BRAND WSW
1'0WSV
President Air Condo
FRIDAY, SATURDAY internationally. :Mr. T. J. .\lritirntnn lu>Mt, >rof yearn of iHHuance thu <2escrlp* \VC, WSW, Air Condo Full ,
Lindsey said that Lions International lion of the property and thenaineii Clean-
September 9, 10 the following. ri'1'tlfltnleHhttH Inhlfh It watt alse.Med wer (Loaded) NEW-
the world largest fllrl HiiUI i ertlflcatoH fur u .
Double Feature Program tax cli'tcl.. t I" IIP IflHilPfl thiTcon.Thi ar HH follo vn: ERMIE JONES TODAY SEE HAROLD YARBROUGH
SEE
club organization.Is THE
service ('..rll fica t.* No. 1 11. SEE JIM I LAWSON FOR

well qualified to sponsor yptiin, i.ertirkute.if iHHiiance. ,nnmlierH'the d,'8rrli-and| \ mr. ,of latiuant'e. 1164.UeMfrliitlon Lot DEAL OF A LIFE TIME FOR A BIG VALUE SAVING. ON THIS ONE (HURRY).
of
such competition. lion of thi* propnrty. anil, tintmtnuM Property
I of Blk I in Crosby Lake SHoien. .
In uhlrh" It was aaxeiiHedur
Contestants should submit I Name In which aaaeimvd U.'J. .
RH fiillowff'cvritflriiii :
their entry in essay form not No. II. StarllnK. .J r.
to exceed 8.000 words.:! JudgIng Year of. IXHinitirp 11(04DiHt ( All of nald l property, belnir In
the of !Bradford Hlateof
County : CBR VALUES
'
rlptlon of Pro''I' l.oi USED
will fall into four categories Florida.
< of. Mlk. 12 anil 1 I l.oI an |I'"c.In '
: 75 cent of thellsay's I'nli'MH mifh vertlflvat or '"rtlfluitteM -
per
,
IX-K! Hk. 54 PK 103:; In Ora- Charley
Bhall be redeemed -
aeoordlnir
points will be devoted ,
Plus IWITlN'lime ...... to law the propertydeMcilbufl
content, 10 cent to or- In wtifch e to
per linil. <> l'ltml'"Y.All I In nuch certificate orrertUlcatrl E.John..
cent toDRIVEIN will ha sold to thehloch..et
aanlzatlon 10
per
of mild property" helntf In
r/\\Newk sGy1I"nrkhed with tin* (''''''n'y' of Bradford.. State bidder, at the I'ourt Ford talaxie
I 1964
house door on the flrHt :Mun $1995
Stylish Zest...Bountiful Wit!" of 1'"I"hln.1'l1h'OM" Hiirh certificate, or cer- day In Month( of October 1 I'J8H, 1963 Biscayne $1095 1
which IM the 3rd day of Oftober .-
., ,
im.-utPH Hhall In redeemvd HCi i
GREGORY SDPH1A 30:1-: I <, rdinir, .to law the l property ,, 111 lidIlHted .tllU 2lttl! Uy. of Au- Convertible, Radio & Heater, Power Steering -
ill-ri" Hied In mifh certificate or
PECI STANl nnNm IDREN .-rllfli'iiti'H will IIP Hold tn the !ifugt. rtmi.BEL'U.\H :M MOODY. D. C.t'lerk Clean. One Owner. New Tires and Paint. and Power rakes. Tinted Windshield

PIm1l!! II \ hlltlH'Ht bidder nt the court > of Clroult Couit ofllrndford about this question: White Wall Tires, Wheel Covers. Air Con
houne door on the firm :Mon-
ARABESQUEncHmcmw I dn.In. Month of. October 19 0.wlil.h County Florida ditioned, Like Brand New.
Is thu 3rd ilnv of Onto.b ,,911 41aa/ "The new package policies

UNMISIOH"SUN. I OPEN 7:00: I' .M., 191111.IMIPd .,hiM 30th il.iy of Au- :\O'I'lt I,: 0.-' .\PPI.1'10"l simplify insurance by 1963
$
KOH TlIIKF.n; combining a 11 property Chevy Impala $1395
\ SHOW TIME: 7:15: gURI. 191111. 1961 Impala $$995
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: ., MONTUBS.. 1 rll\RKS A DAKBY, "Her.' inl.18. INOTIC'E *. protection and liability
I I'li-rk, of flnult Court ofItrndford I Irtl HEREBY QIVKN'
: September 11, 12,, ..13M4u ADMISSIONAdults County. Florida. that Mr. Carl. Harton, holderof coverage in one convenient
75c Students BOc, 91 I TV ft/83 the following certlflcateH policy. ,Are package policies Coupe V-8. Straight Shift, Radio & Heater 2-Door, Hardtop, Full Power and Air Condition -

Children Under 12 Free ban filed ald cvrtlfU'ateH. fur a White Wall Tires and Wheel Covers. Sharp
tmn A Witt *n pucoucnffliy .....0.1... t: 01" 1'1'1-11'1'10': '1'0 tax di'iMl"' to be liHued. thereon now available for

I II t;:<.l!"TKI: < "'H"I'II'UH" \'11'; Tlu* tt rtlfUate numbtfrM anilyeaia homes, apartments! stores, f.u.S. f.
Fill. SAT. SUN of .
Soil<-.. in hereby given that iHnuani'e. the "" .crlp-
lion of the property and the office buildings, institutions !!
Sept. 9. 10, 11 th" und..r.llil'n..d. unilpr the
provisions of Chapter 20,9.11.Inw names In which It was astfestted and farms, from the

Double Feature Program of Florida.. Arts of 1941 are Certificate MM follows No.: 61 Charley E. Johns Agency -
>MII reKlHtcr with the ClerU ofthe BALDWIN CHEVROLET
Tear of Immance 11)61Uentrlptloii ) "
('Irrult C'oiirt In and forUrniUord ?
of Property Cum
County, Florldii.. up.
'I' at HW Cor, of E.j( of Wt4 "fHE INC.
on proof ttt publlfiitlon of thin
uf SM'i., Charley E. Johns ,
notlit. the flttltlouii iiHine ofWAL.T i K 105':; ]For POB
SOPHIA PAUL I lll'I IOK fUKVUOI.KT: N. 420'(,. K: IO.V H t2o' ti> .. Hilryof
SIM.. W lor;' to POB tlra.B22 9- Agency
LOREi1VEUSI INI1 d/b a HAMHVIN' I'llEV-
's X2Brf IIOI.KT. INI"1 {'. S. 301 North.Stu'kp 301 NORTH STARKE FLA.
Niinip' Invhlrh UHMeHnetl Lulullvlle .
\ KliM'IdnM 1'urr11.All 131 S. Walnut St. ,
i A. Hiililwln. prcHldent
MVWJjimr i..r f mild. property tielnu in PHONE 964-0201
>US N Wnlinit St. SlarkH. Florid
I the Connt'>' of lll'nilford' :State .
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of Fl..ll.l.iUnk'sit
rmti-d, tlil" 2lrd: ilay of AnKimt -
I .\. li. 1"lil! at "Sturko : such certlflciite, or certlMcateH I
-I EU/IS/ PRESLEYJaradise I Urudft.rcl County Florida.. ., nhull to law be redewiued the acnirdlnir .. m

8 S.-i:; 4t 9/10 prnperty
Wednesday, Thursday
d"H'rlb."l In such certificate or
certificates will be sold. to the 01
: September 14, 15 ,
:\O'I'lr.PPI.I{' \1'10", highest bidder at the courthouse
KOII -1'1[ ...a:.. .door on the first Moll'day 1
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HI|. in i.in. .N. in :Mouth, of Oi'tober. V.'H'i:' '
.:r--...... SUSPENSE Hawaiian Style NI1TICK l IIERRIiV GIVEN.thnt which Is the :ird day of October.
Mr. T .1. Alderman holder ll'MI.lotted: .
M EVERY of {the follon'tnff rertlflrateft ,this 2'ith d.iy of Aucust Obsolete? A brand-new mattress. ?

DIRECTION! 'HAIWALIIS has filed >.Mld' c..rlltl'elp. for a I'i66.' .
: 7J I 'tax deed to lie Incited thereon I'll.VIU.EM: A. IJAIIKV.i'lerk .
I The cerllfloate number and of (ircult Court ofItrndford
NII"I"!ft PlusTechnicolor \'iam, of iMHiianrp. the ripffcrlp- County, ],'lorlll1
W( '\\ m t i in of the l property, and the I 9/1 4t S/23
:
: nnmcH in wlilrh It "',,. nnxeinedi MALDNE uses no obsolete/ fillers cotton felts 1MALDNE /
\\. i 1 uri tin follow*' NOI'U!: <(!.' .AIMM.HTH no

... ,W. \\,, I 1 (Yinc"prUth..te, : of. I .NI uanto.>. :in: 19H4.i KOH....TIIKHII.. "';l IH. .:'.,..

i .Pi'Hcrlptlon of ProptrH n'' iif NOTICE .IS HEREHY: : OIVK.Vtli ,
K'WI\\ I Lot M In Luwtuy E of. nvI .at Mr.I Curl Harton. huldorof
/ I N'umc. In which aHHemipri. OB- thr follow ,,
I h.1C i "rtlflcutih --
\\\\\\\\'At I ti'i-n" PempH. filed ptild cprtlflcutei for ..
........ All of nald propvrtv belnur In tax docil to be insuud thereon. ,
VlI'.V'IC.' nc. .
.."'''..,-... i th* County of Bradford. State The certificate numliiTH and Glamourest
PanaVislon' of Florida.. yean of tammnce.. the dencrlptlon -
Lrnltfnn aiifh certlflcnte or cer*
_I iif r the property, and the
tlfli'atm shall. be rrdevnu-d ac-
mime* I In which It wu* atnt>ii8t dare I
ai followa: "
Cur tinea tu .No. 44.
Year of l mnini>e I9B4 |I

; FELLOW CITIZENS: >i Description of tiKVi ot of HWV Property( Kx': NWIi It/W !' Silver Label Extra Firm

<(< I m-re.). Hue. 25622.Name .
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In which anavaaed Willie
.
: All Mtronif.of I4 property being In This mattreM i Sa sheer sleeping luxury in

You have had the opportunity to .slndy my the County of Bradford, tftate every aenne of the word. The beautiful

; platform for the past two weeks. If it meets i of Unl Florida..a inch. certificate or cer- floral cover ia i "Puff-Quilted" to( foam on

I tI fI'a loa Hhalt bo rodrrmed nccordlnic both sides for unsurpassed smoothness and

: your approval I earnestly solicit your ote. I[ to law th, propMrlyilenurlbed luxurious sleeping comfort. Malone hu
In Htlrh certlflcati*
orrortlfUatvK "
will be old to thi* covered the entire spring unit on both

hlKhevt blddr at the imirlhoufle ..sides with a resilient layer of foam that

.. There can l>e do doubt that the future econ day In door Month" on of the October.flrat Alun-1'JHB in guaranteed to be comfortable and fresh

which l la the 3rd day of Dcfjb for years and years.
: omy of our City will he affected: hy the decision r, 1 IKftil.t .
>ntid thla. 29th day of Aniru -
; Council makes reKardiny the expansion of ''>t, i 1966.
your ; :
HKfl_VII :M MOOUV, 1). C. 95
flerk of I'lrcult Cixirt ofHruiUord
our Generating; Plant. County. Plurldal 49
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/ 41 9/22

: M.>-1'14.: WK APPLICATIONFOM \;
Cheaper rates coupled with
long range planning for every branch of our TtX DElE.IO'TICE .>

: City Government: are !sure! ire methods of accelerating growth and inviting ..*... .*..... .......

: indu try. :- 1 Is* HKUBBT OIVKN Mattress or Box Spring
I that Mr. Curl liar ton holder
uf the f i.l low\ In certificate Foam Rubber
I'' or Jnnerspring Twin or Full
: I feel that my 17 years in the field of electrical engineering has filed aaldi( certificate* for a
tax deed to be Imiued thereon.

; : best qualifies me to serve you in this our most ywara The certificate of luauanre.number the dexcrlp-and I Silver Label Super King Size 199" set

: crucial moment. llan uf. the property and. the I Inanel
In which It wa,* annealed i
are n. follourv: t
WE CAN AND MUST HAVE CHEAPER Oertlfli-ate No. ISO. !I DENMARK FURNITURE CO
Tear of Inmianre'' tH4.
: ELECTRICITY l>i'Tlotlim of. Property Hi'".
.If W 11K/ !9' North of 1C.1 Cornf I
:NI'.V.:\ W 311" N *10'. K SU'.

: :- Elect Mea n cl I'll Prove It. a Name 210'' to lit 0.-which.... SHO.. amni 3J3..>i>rd R 434: W. CALL STREET PHONE 964-4321

[). Robert I
All of mtld propi....U hfiiiK In. Makers of the famous SPRING AIR BACK SUPPORTER MoHrtss

: A. G. ( ART ) LOUDON the.'Iorlrl.County.. of. Hradfnrd, Mtateof I .

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l'nlPOR Ufh ertlfli-ftti or "er
COUNCILMAN( : r.noup: :.1 j l.fl""I" hnll, hi. redeemed, n'
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BR.lnFORn"OUNTV<< TI'U': ;UU.\rJI. ST'RRf//, FLORID .
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I anoes in practice making, School filofllnir Va"linK and tibHiidonln < < rdlni{ ,l" tau. th. pr."ro'.,rty I IM I 11x1'I Il
Green Backfield Chief \WorryAs I line coaches Tony Oi'iff 1th Lunch a portion or im umiiulplutt'il I ,dent("i"iht'Cl', III NUI 11 'eIn.I H'',. 'I.,. l>iil,*,il, t wv .1,1)1)M* ,day "u 1 AHi
and Mike Sexton smile!) Just street, In I'lKtni" uSuhiliviHlon ,"*'rl Ifll ,II,,It.M 1\ 111 I h, Hrtlll. 1 I. II... Burl 0 i i I I' '"
Opening !a i Cost Causes desrlhl'd| ,, "| ii- l..I highest Id.I"r,'. ,nt tinhiilim "11., i i Ii'HAlU.hM!,;!:! A I>ARBYfei I
bit among all the .st-rioustiess I .
( 'IflVVM (don IOn tinflrnt I"n | ,'u "t Clri iill, Cour >Ir
Tornadoes Scrimmage FridayDefense I when the Tornado foiewall is A, pinion of land ItuiK III I i d.ty In Jtonth or (>...tolii-r) 1:'mo'' I11111 I11111whb I Bradford Coiintv. Flor'd'.
Soon. mentioned Mild 'Uproar'with thtFiiHt half. (i'a:' ) "if I .h IH Ii)., ,.ird< l' North east. quarter. (;Nhi4i,: ofNorthoam I
A big batty! is still bean: .
quarter (;Ntt'i/ )
COL. SANDERS is :still the mam-1! been Btiesssd waged<;l over the starting of-1 with phone calls Hi-ltli.. 11, Tnwnshlli 8 I

RECIPE ',ray of Coach David Huise's "Football games are won tenet r center spot Seniors over the report that school j Mouth flange. 22 Runt /Hrad-

Tornado grtdders although I) by the .:efense if you're not Wayne Blanken hip and Ed- lunch prices are rive cents font InK. (I'.alltty mare partlt Florida. '.ularlv. and her ill.- ,

v the 1966 offense has been score j upon you are not die Stancll are both "work- lower at RJE High and An- Mcrlhtjcl an follows

setting more than its shareof beaten." Is Hurse's phlloso- Ing hard and they both look I derson Junior High at Law- to+nmenro at the. ;o.'lh""MI:
KentuckyFried t attention In effort wi! Hood." tey. Superintendent Tom corner. of ftwlltn" II Toun-.
an rhy: His 1965 state champion according to Coach ship A, Houth ItniiKi J. rmttheniA .
A. beef< uo that part of the gild team was a Rood example Griffith Blankenship has especially Casey fays and Investigationshows run Houth oo d'Hrr oH r
name of that philosophy.The Improved since the that the cost per plate and 35:; mimrles w'rvt. < u dl'- ::
Is simply lower. Canes of 201 foot fot point. ofbi'KlnnlnR
Fans can see some of bothat 65 Tornadoes held opponents spring. .

a 7:30: p. m. scrimmage to 46 points in 12 Stancil who also plays A lengthy discussion at a From point of 'tii>KinninKthim :.'{ <'. S ,,' :
t ; .
Friday games while scoring 337. guard and mlddleKuard is School Board meeting Monday desrrlbul, run thence. -r' ;, ."'--
Chicken "Last year we felt BHS had working at the number three brought out the fact that Month 00 degrees and tr mil,-. W..... .., ":.'"'' ,..-,..- '. A' .
But Hurse is ,
countingon utu l Fast nlonir the iinirtitHodl '
linebacklng food costs more plate last .
one of the finest defenses in spot; along wit< ) per >n lino n .IIHI".r. -
.
l the defense to keep the opposition the state if not the finest,"" soohomoie Tex Patrick a \ear at Anderson and RJE 2os.7 foci: them runHHI .! '' : .. -: l'.j ..
; .
l from scoring and to Hurse states. fullback than at the other schools. All nlonv the NOVIIIer1O'., h"nniliiof .rJ. ; .r : .
rush the opponent Into a OriCt'oln Strict a dlMtiini.f '.. .
-
"It's Finger Lickiif Good" hole making it easier for the The Tornadoes' "blffgest, other costs he said, were the ao rent tu a point, thi'iiiirun .- y! I 0 Y( -.j. } to, ,'" -
.
glaring weakness" Coach fame. North 00 dejrtei. and 'I,f. ; :.::,: t ;;; -
BUS offense to score. The / as JV Football The difference: In price was minutes Hunt 1 a ,"Hln".r. .. -.. rJi.
I960 veteran line and the Hurse puts it is still the 2017,), tout tu a point) lli.n.t ... I :A .
finally attributed
to differences ,. ,- .. -
blocking of the bnck- ,,
green run rest and I 111\1',110'1 t"t Ih
1601 N. Temple Ave. :-: U. S. 301 North green backfield have drawn 1 1'eld. In preferences of diet .SouMierly honniliirv aforinientloneil :/: .,. ...' ( / ''Yi.lI. ..
much praise on defense from .,. I' /
Sees at the different schools not a dlntntu i uf de" ; \
Charlie Braswell, Owner-manager coaches( this fall even though "But WP looted much better Biggest ft'ot to ,point) of hi'trliinlti. \ .
the fact that one school has ,\', ". k-- .... ."
It has not been mentioned this week' the Tornado and rt'nnlllwlnK and .II"'HI"" ). n
to pay more for a certain ,\\ )
InK any right of Ill (fnnil ''IIIt) t
much because offense has mentor sal t Wednesday. .
I I| as Turnout food( than another. Small Hiihlli' In and to the 10".1,. (
Halfbacks David Shannon Ever ,
schools do: not get as 10N.1 )lying: within the mild i onflin t 'j.
unrt Paul McLeod ant,:! full- of nald. nforeHKld d"H'rll".1l..ndA. 0 (
price on many foods how- ,
back Randy Joyner. the only r
With 05 freshmen ever. as do the larger schools Hated thin Dili day of !*<'"ptomhel
I veteran came In for praise.I and sophomore -
which I', A. D I'HID
afford to In
.'"yjaraasr"' Tint trio along/ with end boys out for Junior varsity can buy ((8 ISA'I.)
:: < "; .loev rieese are also the' football BUS coaches are larger quantities."It's Hoard' Of County ,CommlMHtonITM ,' /4
& 't +*( & f .O"I !I Tornado pass receivers and; encouraged about, prospects strictly the cost of Of Urudford, ("oulltv. .'10''"
: 1 ,u.n I for next year despite. food per plate and the type Ida /
the
sacAlty,r '!-.--i* !?* l .t they came in for good words fact Hv harleii .\ "Dnrhvrierli .
again this week. ',that they have only 21 varsity of food served, Casey said of Said I Ion Id. ..
&& fe ; athletes this The furor began when It ,.
season. i/s 11'
: : The Tornadoes will play aulorr
I"I "It's the was reported that lunch
ite:zx.c> rl3IlJ'7.nQ'h x wide open type of ball I biggest turnout -
; I.k : In we've ever had." says JV prices would be five cents :\oncii'iM."'.\"11<>\
1968 running from the
.. i .. Foil 'I'.AY: 1)11:1)Nee : :
<< Coach Chuck Miidon. To keep higher In the 1966-67 term .
pro set about 50 per cent of 11(1 III. F.M.
the the boys' Interest up eight JV biid that prices would be 30 NOTicn: is' HKitnuv: fiivnv:;:
time and fans will
I see games are scheduled in which cents at Anderson and RJE that Mr T J. Alderman. holds. | Ride Winner\ !
moro passing than in 1985 ,
of the
both ninth and tenth I II following eerlltleate
grade and 35 cents at all other ,
'
Hurse says, apparently expectins has tiled said cerlltlrntps for u
''
the stress offense boys will play. In additions schools.In tax Bred, tn he Issued, thori'nn
on I three end 'maybe four, gamesare I other action at the The prrtlflrnt. I nnmhrrx Mintyeara Vote For
to dividends.
pay scheduled for the ninth''' of iMtiiiiinri1. the d..I"tlnn | .
Quarterback Wayne McLeod ,graders and will be IUI'' meeting Tuesday Surveyor of tin proper| | )\. ninl. Ihniiinoa .,
"rtH a real fine Job" In lastFriday's ) played Merrill McMillan presentedthe In u hll'1/, It \MIH IIHSI. .H.*, Hare
,,,doubleheaders
to
prior regular Board with a survey map an followHVlilflinti '
scrimmage under JV contests )I .
( No 11Yar
NEil I
of the Conway Airport site on Tucker
the lights the Head Tornado .
For the past two foot of iHMilunii' l'lt4! .
years
I which the proposed Area Vocational ..'
"5Bvs The green slunal-ciller) ball at BHS for seventh and' Pern'rlpllon of 1..t"'I'I i L
Training Center is 4 of Ulk 1 In Unihnm
throws the ball better now eighth graders :has been confined to be Name. 'In \\hlili. a..i.s.dLnulo ,
than he has and all four to physical education constructed. Casey said n..ml'Hp

ends Joey Reese, Sandy San- classes. The seventh graders the School Board ended up All of null] I'rop'rlh'lnlt, l In CITY COUNCILMANGROUP
derson. Larry Brown and play flag football and eighth with about 44 acres comP9l'ed the County, of Brad rorl. Sln. I.
of Flcnliln
flankef Paul McLeod are still graders dress out in full uniform to the 42 they thought I'nli'HH H'h,, ertlfli. .Itoar ,'rtlflintiM 3
snagging the pigskin. for tackle. was In the airport. Some I ahull lie redeemed" are ,

"We're still looking good The important thing however changes In boundary lines ,

till improving" Hurse states I* that everybody gets a are being required because of I"

noparentlv very satisfied with chance to play which Athletic the ,purvey and! Board At-

the WRY his Tornadoes have Director David Hurse says torney George Pierce Is taking BLADE'S '

j 1 I II been woiklng is his philosophy' for young I care of the alterations AIR MD1TI01R

I The Tornado varsity Is boys. As a result interest In I I Casey said.

,down to 21 pavers) now. so football remains high; the

that one man has to be borrow boys always play against boys Red Cross CourseIn

'e-' from the JV squad fora their own age. I i
scrimmage. "It's strictly for fun in the First Aid

Chevronpa.olin.s put Young-Ho spirit in your car! "It )looks as if this is the seventh and eighth grades Starts Sept. 24
lt'. a spirit that puts new 'fun (In your driving. Look 'for the STAN DA R D I: number we'll have," Hurse we don't try to teach them a I

Chevron en the pump, at your Standard Oil Stotion. Li ftlTlld I I savs thing" Hurse says. I A Red Cross standard
u L Conches credit that philos-
I One slight injury was reported course in first aid will be
' '* .m rkt CHEVRON end CHEVRON J' .N* I I after last Fiidnv's ophy for the 55 boys who are I presented to all persons interested -
I out now for JV bnll in the
rUmmaate lunlor John starting Wednesday -
K. G. DUNCAN AGENT ninth and tenth grades now
Win en. a flanker back
"They're a real good, bunch Sept 24, from 7:30: until
came up with a bruised kidney 10 p. m.. continuing each
of boys J.V. Coach Chuck
STARKE, FLA. but Is expected to .be Mason says "They all seem to Wednesday for a period of',
back in action hv this 'F'rlrt..vTornado fix weeks.
want to work hard: and play
t linemen are stilt The course will be under
:11! I the game na beat they CIII1. .
: turning' in stellar perfoim-.....I Somo of the top sophomore the rtl'ection of first aid Instructor I
Charles, McOIave: ;
prospects are tackle Allan
p.\r..\t I Crawford, end Donnie Elder nnd will be held In the Key- : FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.
" I I quarterback Bill Adams and *ton Heights l< fire house .

ASK YOURSELF renter Robbie. Smith. Looking This Is an onnortunltv for

good 'among the frosh are those In Isolated areas to

Kunrd Jim Shuford fullback I Vnn needed first aid skills:
(. : Hugh Stephens, halfback Den- I those" with exijlred cards to 1 I,1' Ir'

Itt" nJs) Hall and quarterbackMike I lenew them: nnd those interest -
WHY SHOULD YOU VOTE FORTUCKEIL
Norman. "Norman Ls goIng In helping others to acquire -
to be a real fine ball player the needed knowMize

." Coach Mason predicts. The course Is open to both

"The. object on the BsquadIs men and women 18 years or
r not so much to win games, over If Interest warrant? it

like the varsity. Coach :Mason the advanced course will b*

Ill { ? snys but to give the boys presented following the

who are not sure they wantto standard course McOlave ,
play football a chance to said. '
find out what It's all about.

"We develop players for the I {'.\un OK Til.\JVKS

varsity: the experience la the 3 ONLY 1 ONLY
CITY COUNCILMAN-GROUP 3Here's We -- -- -- --
thing. there is no substitute : greatly appreciate any
for it," he states. kindness shown us In the Illness
I WHIRLPOOL
and Ions of our loved RCA BTU
one. 14,000
"But of course we try to .
The
win, we like to win; that's family of Florence

Why the object of the game." Johnson. 18,000 BTU DELUXE) UNIT WITH WALNUT

I II
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THE RIGHT POINT for the Deluxe Control Panel FRONT

way you write. Come In and.


The Candidate Best Qualified For The Job. save I may you up to select GRAPH.DROOK your fountain favorite pen.F. TI.n-1_; II I CLOSE OUTwy$9QK.OO! J' CLOSE OUT $199.00



16 Years As Public Accountant Rendering Financial Advice To The > <'oi\it .11! n'.W'4: <'01 it'r.I I Free Labor Contract
$ 1% IMl POII Illl tltl>>1'11''>
Public. Holder of Bachelors Degree in Accounting. Selr..I <'01.'I'Y.: PI.OKIIII>> .
| JL In re: 5Ntntx' of Mary I.i'non I
Practices Enabling Me To Understand ( )
Knowledgeable In Auditing <1ilriUMi.il.NMTK'IO "
; ;:: i I
TO f'KKIHTOriM'
City Finances. All cri'flltOfH of the net'.'"' "rl I 1 -
financingand Mary I.rnun<. "|"".""x.11, I| iir* '1I'r. "'
l hy nollMtil and. i regnirl'd| I">'

I Firmly Believe The Elected Officials Are Duty BoundTo insuring fun which any"i-Htntu they In..may...Im.the lm\i uffli.<>r"*,iliimimli o.iiKHlnittdnlil of. Ih.luunty I

next carAsk Judge of Mratlfmil. .. ,
your
Pointy, Florida" In th. .our. ; ii T Tfli i
hnilHx at Sturku. "fliirhlii. mil, i
Informed. about the State
Keep The Voters me In MIX iiilindar. month from. ,
Farm Car Finance Plan the, il'il.' ..f the. firm' |p111,11atlnn .
for new or used car. nt this nulliiiin, :. h i,lain. .,
I or ilHttijinil must I hN In willing,
... .. .
.L. .ocI 'lhrv.h l I.cal l bank end .iiitiHt Htiitn. th. ., .

I Also Believe In Getting A Dollars Value For A Dol- !I rfHlrlenro> sworn.f Ih"and,to ilalmnnl,hv. 'punt the, offli.and,Ijilnianl..,,i IIHIHIhi mlilriHH '. ::1 19" PORTABLE TV

.
his. nifint or his nttorni, "ir
hj'; 1will I I I hi'ioinr, voh'' uctnrillnirto
.
lar Spent. I,,inAllicurt BY WESTINGHOUSE

Levy" I.,.31Ht nnon 19611 14 Ft. No Frost

nvv MVOVAdmlalHtrntor ;:;: CLEAR AS A CRYSTAL!

Of Individuals Will Dic- :: i ut Mary J lcnon. of rlP""HNd| the I itnt: 2-Door Deluxe

e No Individual Or Small Groups TIIOMn At "1'IIJIU'n AvHtarkH $
i03'5 North TcinplH RCA WHIRLPOOL
rzMERRITT'- 19.00REFRIGERATOR
Florida

tate To Me. However I Will Always Welcome The Ad- HWILLIAMS At 1966.Firm turn"ye' puMliatlon, /AilnilnUtrator,' on Hi'pt. 8th .1 .

9/N 41 !929kollio

vice Of Any Citizen. Of tdonlliin-' Of II."iilulliin FREEZER Come See The New
117 N. Wali.ut St. JilI.mrd Of Caual!
I'.>mmlM.Jinrr. ('1".1.\ Latest In '67 TV
(Phone 961-5391
P.rInn. ) Of One I niK'ilI'littlnl

I Believe In Representing All The People.My stall ue I' l l.lon l lrrrl tad In II.rlnhniuu.fnki.. ,,lrHuhill .. LABOR FREE $2 7 .00 COLOR TOO

fey Illuht.. of luuntr, tnil.. 'I 1 hI'
A STATE FARM' Public In. .\n" 'In 'the. nnil CONTRACT W.T.
llnic' \\llhln 'rh. ( nnflnraI
INsu.ANCI'' I .h.rr..f.
MUTUALtUTOMOtUflNMIlNCICOUMIIV
This Office Is To RenderA Thom It May C..n'.n'
For Seeking
Main
Purpose .
.
N .tl 'i In hen by given that
Slade
9..1.1", .' .1. 196In 1; at- Gas and Appliances
'
.n
Service To The Community In Which I Live. Horn Offlc*:Bloomfncton, Illinois ".rt,I .i t. "rt', *t",'II..n I t uI: 1)9),
,. ,
sell/1. through' 31* U, PI irldii$ tti.in'
t, v. rm Iiiid I ...< I'..only' c'"nmlHlonerii ,. 332: W. MADISON ST. PHONE 9617701TIIUlt8UAV.
(Pd. Pol] Adv.) ,' at Bradford' County,
I Florida, adopted.. a Raiulutluii. '







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sa: BRADFOnD COUNTJ"" TTLKGRAPI1. STAKK'A ]: J"URIDA THURSDAY! SEPT 8. ID68
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Ford Dealer i vehicle, whichever comes first, '''subsequent' owners during the 1966 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE U. S. Rankin at Norfolk Va I II hated from Bradford County I verslty of Florida. Oainesville. -

I and for five years or 00,000 specified mileage and time BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES SERVICE MEN I I recently spent a 14-day leave i High School, Starke Fla., In ,
AnnouncesLonger miles on the power train, i iI i periods. Terwillegar said. with his parents Mr.\ and I 1961 and received his B. His wife Vicki lives at
whichever comes first, free replacement The new 1867 model Fords. Mrs George Grover of, 4321 Montgomery
WarrantyClyde (I I I I AND WOMEN degree in 1965 from the s.// Coventry Road
Including related will be presented to the public Varsity Starke. Ala "
labor will be made by author on Friday Sept 30. A graduate of BHS Seaman I
TewUlegnr of Ter- ized dealers of any part witha I(I I Sept 16 BAKER COUNTY Home 'j Orover volunteered for two'-

vflllegar, has Motors.announced Ford that dealership all- defect in workmanship or'' Parents Night (Much Better) 1 11om I9 Im years of Navy service In WANTED--SLASH PINE CONES \

materials. 23 SANTA FE of His ship
of 1967 model Sept Away {'" December 1965.
purchasers .
Ford cars and light trucks I Tires and tubes are not Set FridayBy (Same) { r,\, .. I will leave on Sept. 12 for a
'covered. by the warranty, but '. In the Gilman Paper Co.
will receive a 21-month* or will QB Club Sept. 30 ST. AUGUSTINE Home : \ three months cruise
bASic vehicle warranty appropriate adjustment Caribbean.
Same'
24,000-mile 'continue to be made by the ( ) .ii'' "" WILL BUY SLASH PINE CONES
along with a flve-yenr Parents Night honoring the
tire people, Terwillepar\ said. Oct. 7 ORLANDO OAK RIDGE Home 23.
or 50,000 warranty on the parents of Bradford High ) Dewey B. McKinney
"
:Owners will\ remain responsiblefor > (Strong/ -<'luMIt A.\) ..
power) train components Including School football players is set .. tf", son of Mr. and Mrs. BufordE. MUST BE 1966 CROP
engine; transmission, normal power train and. Friday night, September 9, at Oct. 14 NEW SMYRNA Away ,'" I ''I' McKinney, Route 2, Box
other maintenance operations.To I I Clean Free of Straw and Trash
drive line, and rear axle. 7 p.m. In the gymnasium. (Better) .. .' 200B, Starke. Fla., was promoted ,
The new warranty, Torwll- maintain the power train Oct. 21 PALATKA Away ,,- :: to Army first lieutenant -
introducedto
Parents will be
legar said, is the best the industry ,warranty protection, the owner (Strong) rf Aug 12 at Maxwell Air Do Not Gather Before Sept. 2 -
need evidenceto all the plnyers and coaches.
only present
has to offer and will I
I Force Base, Ala., where he Is
a Ford dealer and obtain the Oct. 28 LIVE OAK Away ; Take Cones
,be an important( factor In The president of Quarterback ; ; serving with Headquarters To:
his certification, once every 12 (Stronger)
the will
Wacking up superior performance Club speak briefly Fifth Region U. S. Army Air
that the minimum DOWLING PRODUCE MARKET STARKE
months" ,
which customers 'Nov 4 FERNANDINA Home
and for the coming
give plans Defense Command.
I .
have come to except from services required every six (Homecoming' / ) (Better) ... .
Ford cars and trucks. I months or 6.000 miles have I year. The QB Club will also I : Lt. McKinney, a special WATERS GROCERY LAWTEY.
Nov. 11 LAKE CITY Away ,
'been I serve refreshments. service officer entered on
performed.
Terms of the now warranty I (Better' ) I _
provide) that for 2t months or The new warranty covers I I A night scrimmage Is set active duty In May 1965 and

for 24,000 miles on, the entire both the original owner and 'for 7:30: p.m. Nov. 18 ORANGE "AUK".. Home was last assigned at Fort
(Hotter) Serving Florida[
Seaman Wilbur Drover, Benjamin: Harrison Ind.
whols stationed! aboard the The lieutenant was (gradIL- Since 1950
'.. -"'- -
Junior Varsity r'M ng 3 g".


City business, like any other business, '." Sept. 15 GAINESVILLE Home HOME OWNERS/ .. --- ---- .......,...........

.
Sept. 22 BAKER COUNTY Home
needs the best for the job. : r : Ludle
Mrs.
man .
'. {I ,4 Sept. 29 ORANGE PARK Home BORROW UP TO $5,000ON Godwin P Cordially
I ,
Oct 6 LAKE CITY Away
If you operated a business you would t \:' ..) Oct. 13 WTIIORNE Home YOUR EQUITY! Representative liilf Welcomes

hire the best man, not your best ", iil.: I Oct. 20 PAI.ATKA Away Consolidate All Your Bills and Make Only Ph. 964-5321 "I/ you and Your

,.:;.. ; .' Oct. 27 ST. AUGUSTINE Home One Monthly Payment. 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
,
friend. ) :"" Starke New Horn
J,;. "". Nov. 3 GAINESVILLE Home Call 359-7076-Colled or Mail Coupon To


I feel R. C. DAMPIER is the best man ; /\: : ..... kin ": t... .. '. -. HOMESTEADInvestment] The State of FloridaIt

5. So I intend for I. "
Group to vote .f'. ";-.J' \ .. Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
1 : .
him. .,to '\, '1. .,. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Corporation To Acquaint You With Your City.
"
'iik :_ 1919 Beachwoy Uoml. Jaok>n\lllp', Fla.
STARKE-PHONE 96<1-2600 If you are new In the area a phone
You vote for the man you think will be the best man for
KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS-PIIONE 473-3176 r---------, call will bring you a prompt visit

best friend.On NAME; : ....... .
the job and not necessarily your --------------- -------------- ----
I I from your local hostess. Please give

the Jaycee Forum Tuesday afternoon Council Chairman Carl Hurst Rental Services DURESS .. ,. ,. her call! She has and
------------------- ------ -- a maps many
said that the City of Starke has a Central Purchasing System. My investigation !- HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS I I

shows, however that if the city has such a system, it is not in CITY- Ph. free and wonderful sifts for you

effect at the present time. CRUTCHES I -=-=-::::--:::.--=_ -.:.:::. =.:-J from local businesses. nt 'a .


---R. C. DAMPIER. j- I
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bring results.'
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(minimum charge) ____________ 1.00 Per word ______________-___ .03 .
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Keyed' coded, or blind ads Cards of Thank, : Cp to 50 words i

(minimum charge) _____________ 1.25 (nlnlnriiim charge) _._______ ___ 2.00 11,25 per Inch after first Insertion.Insurance .

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I Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS INSURANCEAT MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN BE SURE TO SEE: : WORLD

Cal: the Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS REDUCED RATES has several open.- ]I BOOK before uuylng any ,
"KEYSTONE"George 710 I.emon St. Palatka I AUTO FIRE BOAT Ings. Also day care available. ,i|I other enoycJopedla. M. A
3 DAYS ONLY r"1 3 DAYS ONLY I E. LaRue Furniture Repaired DOYLE E. CON'NKRCN'SCKAJSTCE St chg 9/8 I 1 I Payne, your local representative

: Upholstered & Refinished AGENCY FOR RENT2 .bedroom furnished since 195& Box 626
Thursday, Friday, Saturday r n Thursday, Friday, Saturday Keystone Heights MATTRESSES\ REBUILT, tfchg ,, house; also 3 bedroom Phone 964-6792.' : tfcng
Consultant For All Your unfurnished house. Within easy
September 8-9.10 0....::. ..._ .. .. .J September 8.9.10 Insurance NeedsRepresenting New Innerspringsand walking distance to shopping Myers Power ToolsArea
Box
Springs MARY (CARTERPAINTS center. Call 96t-2S21.. tfchg.
Drop t'. A Card or Call I Headquarters For
Great American Ins, Co. PALiTK.EA 5-9166 FOR SALE OR LEASE-Ser- Lawnmowers Power Tool
The Travelers Ins Co. MRS. I-EGGY SMALLER vice Station Major Oil Co. McCulloch Chain Saw

FERTILIZER PLANTS Tel. 473-4692 Day 209 E, Adkins St. I Good location. Wilt rent on Pumps it: Water Systems
473-4325 Nltes Stark. Agent gallonage basis\ or will sell. Briggs &: Stratton Engine
Auto/ fire' Home Business Call J. C. Lawton, Palatka. Rentals Sale Service! '

Monthly Payment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line phone 3252064.: 3tchg915!; 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.
100 Limit 2 built to order. Machtne work. ofPAINTS Gabiesvlll 378-3411
;
HIBISCUS 99c WANTED -Ride to University -
Boat. Motor and Pump repairs.Brown's tfCI14
.1Lbs.PLAIN: ONE: STOPMASONRY ANDSUPPLIES of Florida, 5 day week for
Repair Shop, Rt. I,
$ 4 people. Phone 964-1435: after
; 4- $1-99 : SERVICE Box 363. Starke tKlngsey! 6 p.m. 2tchg 9/8 FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom
Lake. tfchg houses. Also furnished and un-
, Ready Mix, all sizes Concrete For All PurposesVINYL I furnished
apartments and du
HYDRANGEAS No. 447 "Prettier Than New!
Blnrk: all type Sand; WANTED Rural
acreage plex. 524 N. St. Phone
100 Lbs. Precast. LlntMs. New brick home 3 bedroom. Cherry
I Everything
Good location for homesBuford 9693325.
:
baths. Features built in tfchg

9-7-7 PELLETS $$5.95 LARGE I I' necessary' construction.for concrete masonry 238. Ph. 969-3281 Mitchell P. O.tfchll'ALL Bix : modern 1'i kitchen, hardwood I HOUSE for rent-unfurn

We will meet any prior on Upholstering floors garage. Large beauti ished. 2 bedrooms, large yard.
$249SMALL all materials within Bradford l- TYPES of )lawn mowers ful landscaped lot. Plenty of 250 N. Bay St. tfchg
County AND STILL! and. saws machine sharpened. Material large shade trees. Call today;
100 Lbs. !MAINTAIN QUALITY. Calvin Johns 332 N. Water for price and terms. LABORERS WANTEDPer..
Ph 961-1441. tfchff\ Values To $10.00 No. 464 Live. With Privacy' manent position. All company
BRADFORDENGINEERING Just outside of Starke. 2 acres benefits. Minimum startingrate

,0-10-10pellets$498$ LIGUSTRUM 49c : : CO. WANTED Wnitrc.ii and experienced $3 YARDWAITRESS with modern 7 room home 145. Ages 18 to 45.: Apply -
Ph. 92' 21 Starke evening rook. Trail plus guest house of 3 rooms' Southern Wood Preserving!
Motel & Restaurant I 2tphg n S and bath. Yours for only Co., Baldwin, JTa. 8 a.m. to
I I I 11500. 4:30: p.m. 3trhg 9/15
: 50 Lbs. Small WANTED-.Dlah wallJ1er'curb'j; FOR SALE-Red brick home WANTED applyin

girl night cook, night wait- 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms large' person at Garden Restaurant Property of all different types. OFFICE SPACE for rent or
ress. I lot, 126 Parker St. Call Dr. tfchgA 1 lease Davis Hotel Bldg. New-
Apply in person( at Lee's Call us today.

6-6.6 PELLETS $$1.99 PODOCARPUS 19c Drive Inn. 2tchg-98;,- Calvin appointment J. Houpt to see OOt.fiOll house" : furl I; C. SLAI>E licensed, plumber 2117 8TROCT N. Temple REALTY Ave. occupancy.ly renovated Reasonable.and ready Call for

FOR SALE ONE OF THE tfchg cabinet maker. Baker, 9615391. 4tchg 9'8
(IT. !S. 301)
BEST MOTEL, BARGAINSIN Bradford and Clay County.Phone .
FLORIDA. 14 well furnished FIRESTONE for a free. 30.1 I 289-4491. Maxville\ Phone 969-3491 !StarkeFOR COOK WAITRESS Filling

LORIDA units, TV, alr-conditloncd. second SAFETY-Matlo (' 'I tfchg; SALE 30:06: Spring-/ I Station attendant wanted. Apply -

: Crane plumbing tile baths No more riding in that car I FOR SALE-4 lots---400' on I Held Rifle Sporterlzed with j, In person B &: G Truck
Bates spreads, etc. Owner until ,large quantity reloading equipment. Stop. tfchg
. jou're sure the wheel North St. Clair St. Call Dr.I I
quarters equipped with Food- are prop?rlv allgnM! RALLY. C. J. Houpt, 084-5911 or 964- : $125.: 964-2101. Itp FOR RENT -- Furnished a-
orama, Norge range. Hot Point I
RED HOTSPECIALS
; BEST
H71.> tfchg partment. Lake privileges. Female
washer, Hot Potent dryer etc., CLOSE OPT !SI.K: i I GOOD RUNNING USED-
. aU like new condition. 373 feet ALL "66" DODGKS.: BEST I' AIR CONDITION HOME FOR I Coldspot refrigerator. Excel-I school tnuch or couple
on U.S. 301 Priced to sell I DEAL ANYWHERE S E l K SALE-5 years old on 3.7 ac lent for camp or home. Best preferred. $75 or $!O reap. Utilities
ONTROL Reasonable terms to responsible NORMAN; H. '''.1 L LIS'I, res. Also shop and office building !(offer accepted.< W. F. Atwood I : furnished. Call 4733056.Keystone ,
SOUTHSir!' 'Sr. Morgan Rd. at Morgan' Heights. tfchg!
;r buyer. Write or phone DODGE .TACK- Must see to appreciate.
S Bill Summers, Starke. Tel. SONVILLE. FLA. "MAKE M L. Turner. 4tchff! 9 '29 Lane. Itp i I NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Hl-
9645801.: 4-tchg 9/22 YOUR OWN DEAL." I I' I I way 21, Melrose, Phone 475-
: 4tchg 920 FEMALE HELP WANTED- FOR SALE Dining table' 5285. Open Tues. thru Fri.
& CHEMICAL CO.

; Ipf-___________"__________________ AVON .to CALLING offer YOU- success WE'REcalling CLEANINGIST carpet cleaner''I I.Full person" and at part Taatee time.Freeze.Apply ltchg In I four large size chairs.maple Also drop two leaf with base II.owned.Cloeed Mondays Nell Stchg Duncan 9/29

Full or part time- territory you ever used. So easy, too I]I I rockers and one ratan chair. I
openings for InterestTl Get Blue Lustre. Rent I FOR I SALE1940 Ford PickI '
: RYEGRASS FLORIDA woman electric Cheap. Phone 969-1654. Itp)
In earning $40. or more per shampooer, $1. Starke Hard I up good shape $200.00. 1953: ZIG ZAtt; SEWINGMACHINES ;
PHONE week serving! Avon customers.; ware, itchg Olds A-1 transportation $125. UNCLAIMED : .
,,1955: : Ford 6 cyl. $100.00 John- I FOR RENT 3 bedroom
SEED PEAT Write Mrs Ovida Sweat P. O.
Box 687 Live i Oak- Fla. FOR SALE-Farmall;! A Trac I iny Hazen. 1 ml. on Morgan :house. See Mrs. D. L. Silcox I LAYAWAYS .
: tor with cultivators. Also Super Road ((3-23.3)) phone 331 Clark St. ltchI ,::- .
: C Per Per 964.3965 WHEELS OUT OF LINE one C Farmall with cultivator: I 782.3305.Up I We have two 1965 Sewing

Lb Bushel half-Inch can "scrub" Urea. 87 fertilizer' and planter. II. H. I LOST Black Labador re- Machine. Both Dlal-O-mat-
: FOR RENT 2
bedroom furnished
feet every mile I That's dollars Mott.[ 485-3712 Brooker. Itchg treiv Tuesday at Kingsle- Ic ZJg Zag that have never'
I house at 749 N.
: 9 39C 539 EAST out of your pocket. harder son St. 2 bedroom unfurnished Thomp ,,Lake. Reward. for return. Ph been used.! They Mere! lay-
: 9V steering and downright dan I, WOULD YOU like to become house at 782 N. Walnut St. ''533-2285 or 964-7771 Elizabeth &-wII"I, never picked up.
. gerous. Free checkup: with pre a Beeline Fashion Stylist, Phone 969-2594: or" 'I: Noegel Itp customers left area. We
I
cision John Bean equipment working hours that nre con 9640201.Itp I are unable to locate them.
. CALL STREET at t venient' for you and. your family You can have these! machines -
FTRFSTtWE
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with
V ? Tlll'CAn! nry\v. not tomorrow FOR SALE Beautiful Siamese I CAR CARE begins for the balance of "".
: MILK COW for sale. C. L. to 462-1340 In Gatnea- kittens. Phone 964-3591, wheels balancing. Save tire each. Cash or terms. Call

.. McKinney. Rt. 1 Box 179-A,, | vUe. JIrs Canella ItchgI U03 E Call St Starke Itchy 1II'el11'IIlves better riding and Credit manager' COLLECT
. Gnffls! Loop Itp II handling. Come In now for a Jaeksontllle 353-1916 any.
. I WANT TO BUY-: Good 2- WILL KEEP Children In my free wheel! balance checkup time. Will deliver no obllgatlon. -
1
. FOR SALT Used '*as range wheel utility traJler. Phone home Jackie flicks 621 N. with precision equipment atFIRESTONE. 2tch(r 9UPAGE
: .c- -' -- : In III ::10 ,,"" .... rtev: Ca1 l 9\H-16Jj";" 3td1g 9/22 064-2101.: Church &t. Itp' .







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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STARKK. FLORIDA TIIURSI>.\Y. SEPT. 8. 1968

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r FARMER'S DIARYto

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a Despite recent heavy rains, try our luck. And for a
0t' berry growers have managedto change, we think we'll go
.' 00 get ,their fields "cut up" over to Mantanzas Inlet and
, H and leveled., and are ready to try for some drum or Sheeps-
"bed up" later this month and haad. There's a good place to
Will We ,t set out plants. Planting: time eat at the Inlet, so at least
Take It. ..tJM for berries Is later
/ In the season we'll be. sure of some fine food.
.:, than formerly, because .
I the hot nun will fry plants on
r plastic mulch Why doesn't someone around -
k ': 00 ; I here go Into the business -

... $ s While There has been no official of building driveway?
\."' r I prediction on the berry There are companies that
Or Leave It? {" '. acreage this season we'd By Sam McGarvey\ specialize. In. big commercial
guess that it will bo about Jobs but they want a fortune
.f'" +; the same as last year. The ky business, as the runners to build a driveway. for an in-
!J:' ". reason Is that raising berries, will flop right over and die dividual. In our driving' around -
S,I _. as In. All farming, the costs unless they get the moisture the county, we see hun-
;: have gone up terrifically, andit they need. dreds of places like ours,
Action by the Board of County I relief. A Federal department of urban K' costs rent money to net out where the owners are patchIng -
missioners r and gamble a 10-acre up all the time, and we'resure
on
late I
Tuesday afternoon, affairs has been created and has The reason we're writing they would be interestedin
proving- after months of delay- already come to the aid of thousands I I planting. about berries so much this having the Job done for

American Legion property on of cities and towns. ua I This season the cost of plas- week Is that onco you've raised once and for all If the price
berries, at this time of the
Temple Avenue as the future site of tic mulch has gone no.. and was within reason.
year you catch the "fever"and .
new Bradford County lad Just that one Item alon'o'Is a'big
The Times-Union these have
put questions I the urge to try some
makes next Tuesday's to a number of state leaders of Investment to make In a again. We Imagine that a The hot summer is about
referendum take i I crop. It's not like the old lot of over with and we are In the
on even more of both parties : Should the state our former growers are
air of assumea (days, when a farmer raised getting that same urge, and Month of Flowers, as the In-
urgency. more affimative role to provide greater I his own plants, and needed ,
roadsidesand
i trying, to resist it, because of dians called it. The
relief for urban areas? Have the 1+ !only some fertilizer and extra the uncertainly Involved the fields will soon be dot-
Had a "downtown" site been problems of cities reached a point i labor lies.to 5I ted with pretty flowers, most-
I
ed for the new courthouse, there where 'a special department of urban ly yellow and leaves will be
ha\ra'"l1een measured in thousands of dol- Instead, we're thinking of a turning color soon to provIde
some hope of affairs is ''needed? In Florida shouldwe
lars, Instead of hundred, and vacation coming up, and fish- pastel shades against
the central business district with increase our state cabinet to include I not everybody' has that kind I ing even though It'. the the many evergreens.One .

million dollar shot in the arm ( another member to deal specifically of money to invest. wrong time of the year for of our favorites, ,by the
without urban renewal funds). with urban that sport. However, we heardof I
problems? C way is a tiny flower no larger -
with the action of three members We could be wrongand a 1..1 b. 'trnw caught last I I than a matchheod. It is an

the Commission, this hope went very often are-- but It would week, and that's enough to exquisite 'work of nature, lavender
The
answers, without sin"le .
a exception get any fisherman excited.
he
Just like the weather to with center, too
a yellow
out of the window I
in the .
same
in the
were affirmative.
turn off dry now with the 'small to attract attention, but
that "
the trio voted
"aye. berry season approaching, and |i We heard that redflsh are rewarding to one who looks
Here cows '" ....::: that would present a real" the which is
are excepts from a few among 4 -- starling to show up over at for beuuy everywhere
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We have never argued that the many asked : G R Pt SS ..-- .;...... problem. In dry weather, Bet the Gulf, and we're planning : around us.
the courthouse in the heart of f ting out plants Is a. very rlsHy on at least one trip over there I

meant dollars-as such- Sen. John Mathews\ (Dem.) : "My: !
to the
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:.. -.a.
chants on Call Street, though the inclination is that a state agency is --- .
Is certainly debatable. We did needed to provide relief for urban '-'!'t, '

however, the tremendous areas for air and water pollution, i CAPITOL KEYHOLEdoors I

of utilizing the new courthouse as housing, streets, transportation, another ,

urban renewal project, in itself mounting problems"

revitalizing, upgrading, and beautifying I
an area in the heart of town Tom Slade (Duval County Republi- Out of The Past Or Future? Ray Starr IIh h. When RKH heard to abolish the death penaltYIn

shows serious signs of nominee for the Senate) : "Yes. :. i iIlltrano UNDER "F" FAIR- about It [about a minute before Florida, and third, revisIng -
blight, and which has little chance problems or urban communities A one-time popular long watt entitled l "'% the nwaJlon come back to Carp- CLOTH This will come the Faircloth introduction the Constitution so that

now, of being pulled out of its be a grownig concern for ev- l ," ,Event of this week make us wonder If UN about time fur n. new one as a shock to a lot of peo- ] IIP sent the General! a I by the fall of 190( they will
by private investment. Florida resident." entitled, ""'''..n the rows rome hark to Cull Street"? ple. Attorney Genera! Earl! note asking him not to tell' have a coalition of votes to

A large department" tttore mmed locution. recently" lia\lng. half a black of Falrcloth Is preparing a. BIN- any jokes, that this was n net something passed and Into -

business buildingacant In the aliwlow! of the ronrthoii, and Tuesday. three nicmlieri 00 BILL, for the next session serious occasion. It took the : the voting booths. We
Be that as it may, since three members Mayor Louis Ritter of Jacksonville: clf the County t'uinmlnwlon.. ;voted to place the new courthouse on American of the Florida Leglsla- General about 60 seconds to have polled 60 per cent of
of the Commission saw think we definitely need a cabinet tu-e The Ocn"ral, who has 'Introduce High. those comma back and other
thought otherwise, the question of urban affairs I don't Legion property, well out of the business district.Is already\ ruled the (fume On the Republican side. Plot things mentioned ore'' mlno!

what can be done to save the Federal aid. They are collect the above photograph, picturing: cows on the courthouse corner and grown "Guest" [tos they call Bingo of OOP supporters ol reapportionment l>spp"al'! !" In

of the city" becomes even more most of the taxes. But this assist growing In Call Street prophetic We hope not. in some parts of Florida! illegal many years back are having/ the Senate! and a statewide
perative. could be handled through a cab Stm-ke rltl/en win have an opportunity to at -leant partially' stem thin has a. new twist to hl a time with the Claude Kirk lottery
member." tide, of "urban abandonment"! by voting In favor of the urban renewal referendumnext bill The measure being people There have been CAPITOL NOTEBOOK .
Tuesday. worked out behind closed:! ouite a few local Republican
ofVlrlcuUure
The Florida Department
The only hope, as we !see' it, lies here In the fund ralslnn luncheons fo
getting ourselves in position to Others who spoke out in favor of would< legalize the caPlto'1 Kirk with the West Palm < on unscrupulous Is! ready'' to crackdown t'-
getting in position to render at the time Reach candidate as the prln
advantage of Federal funds for commercial same would keep ers In the fond! Indintr" ,In
area renewal projects, if help to"1ts ailing cities and towns "etItd i '*ers" r 11 I I. e gamblersout 1 Hal( speaker. But It has b v 1'''. Florida FIJ'ni"nrp!! 'vl-1 -
when the Florida Legislature : Mayor James Richardson of of anv operations Tonof noted that no local punrfl readied for Clrmlt Court! ie-
mall from all sections of elites, no legislative candf '
State Comptroller Fred tlon in Dnde Duval. HIlls-!
the 20th
Century and
passes the state are pressuring dates or any kind of Republican -
legislation like every other state Mayor Robert King High of t Falrcloth to do something: candidates have been boro, Flnellas and Orange

the union has already done.It and Republican gubernatorial r about his unpopular stand Inthis ) Introduced at these luncheons counties.
..
CAMPAIGN EXPENSE
Claude Kirk. matter. and the except the people
General Is running for reelection helped prepare them The WhC'j DEPARTMENT how
is unthinkable that the Legislature about radio and television
,. Faircloth will also cal, legislative, and
With this of urgency
will fail to do this at the 11> new atmosphere ,
l present the 1987 legislature Republican candidates are personalities "coaching" candidates
session.!' Too Florida cities for aid to cities and towns, it for the legislature/ on
many with bills to abolish the I there, but they are not Introduced -
now experiencing on a massive of'r is unlikely that the 1067> Legislaturewill f. death penalty In Florida and. Kirk when asker1, microphone and' camera techniques -

what Starke and smaller towns turn a deaf ear to municipalities to create a State Crime Commission why saId "I don't know, I and being paid In:

experiencing to a lesser degree- seeking permissive legislation allowing ,;. The Bingo bill. certainly feel they should cash rso there's no record, '
deterioration of their central Florida to participate in urban renewal strangely enough. Is the Mutest have been Introduced and T Latest forecast" on M tar
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for commercial areas- vote getter in the lot. have no explanation for It'Local legislative "slon, i igular
programs
:
districts. session In April vill
'
Republicans say r i1'Kirk I
ALONG THE CAMPAIGN
but until the last few the
up years,
the first week\ 1 I"
through
Is Interested 1 that it 1 I'
TRAIL The story thM
need in the business districts' had not
: July and after a two week
use Kirk's
There is no to sit idly by a no one has written until now own people telling
been so urgent or !so' evident. break the session. on Constitutional -
them point blank, "this isClaude's >
say, "Let nature take its course" .c. concerning the kickoff din- I
Revision lasting until -
unless you want to live amid the eye ner for Democratic nominee luncheon and wedon't ,
sore of a lot of decaying brick In view of this new trend, it wouldbe Robert King High in Miami. want any other candidates oh,the end aching of feet October I .
most: regrettable if the voters of I has rather an unusual side introduced So if my
mortar for the rest of life.
your Starke failed to endorse Tuesday'sreferenclum to It The High people wanted Kirk doesn't know why, then Both the State Treasurer's
blight has now progressed so far t Attorney General Earl he'd better. ask the people office and the Florida She-
private capital can never do the and put the town in position Faircloth to Introduce the who are traveling with him Iff's bureau are looking for
in few towns to take advantage of these pro- pUblic relations people Thev
job except a Miami Mayor. Faircloth ha LEGISLATIVE!!: POLL Our
enough to strike oil in their grams when the Legislature makes never been overjoyed; with statewide poll of Florida' can't seem. to fill the slots

or attract some giant new them available. High and refers to him both Senators and House! member- and they are both 'food Jobs.

We have no reason to expect either publicly and privately as who will definitely be coming No ono will write a mem on
I "the little mayor" However back here In 1967 (meaning It, but one Cabinet official
these two miracles in the Even before the Legislature!' acts, ,.. ,
at the short
is so annoyed
Falrcloth accepted and asked they have no opposition In
ahead with certain
future. we can go pre skirts In his office he to
the High people for some November! shows the blIs/ -
requisites, such as recertification of .
background material on sues they feel will be faclm openly commenting on It
workable and the appli- j but not In form .
our program memo
But Floridians are at long last' High which the staff neglected them no matter who Is elected -
cation for a planning grant to study to furnish As the din- Oovernor are first. and the gals are ignoring Itl I
ing up-even if just about ten present and future needs. ., ... ner started. Falrcloth \lrt it new taxes and the ea tcst This Is Starr, that's the
too late. I be known that he'/.! tell a way to get them; second, news, through the keyhole.

The voters of Palatka approved a few Jokes and then Introduce. dealing/ with the proposal to
The conservative Florida \\
similar referendum a year or so ago ,
ion recently conducted a poll by a majority of two to one, and that I

state leaders-both Democrat and city is already moving ahead toward

publican- and found strong an ambitious program to revitalize a Ir THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
(
for the creation of a new state blighted area at a cost of several mil r !
"
post of "urban affairs. lion dollars, most of it in Federal ... (
funds. ,; ': =--' EXPERIENCE!

Asked the Times-Union: "If t ,.

York needs: $50: billion to convert One of Starke's basic troubles is I RETURN

into a pleasant place for its ten that city planning has been too little Cif', ,"' ., '. I
lion citizens: to live, how much and too late. And there has been a I It

Jacksonville or Tampa or Miami lack of dynamic leadership that should ; ;

to solve the multiplying problems have foreseen, and could have forestalled X : '

pollution, roads!', slums, racial a lot of blight before it progressed' $ ; II IfiffSI N NTO

transportation, and recreation to its present the courthouse distressing: gone proportions.With from the. ;. r : &*' : :

.;, 2 : Hr.Goow... _.,...w J
.
How much does Starke need central business district-if the man i THE

tainly not a drop in the bucket date of three commissioners is carried
compared with these burgeoning out-another crippling blow will have Who, Indeed? CITY COUNCIL GROUP 3

but its needs-both present and been delivered where it hurts the mostin -

-are just!' as vital to its citizens the heart of the city. How many 13 Years
In Your Government
Experience City
their children, and their more like this can we absorb? Q.9BD4A THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

ren-as are the needs: of New York
HE WILL CONTINUE: TO WORK FOR .
its populace.The The old saying that "The Lord helps ; ACTIVE fAr1 ESTABLISHED 1879
those who help themselves" was nevermore I .
MIMSIRO Improved Streets, Drainage and Stand-in Power Facilities
Federal apparent. 0 y E. L. MATTHCWB. EDIToR. AND PU'LI."tI'I"LOII'1j)4'
government
S Better Working Conditions and Higher Salaries for City
this problem and has launched a c.4tee( ) 'a OLDEST ,WKLY NEWSPAPER PU.LI.H O CONTINUOUSLY I
Employees.If .
Tuesday's referendum offers the 7jOt
gram of assistance. There are now UNDER THC SAME MASTHEAD.
citizens of Starke a golden opportunity
proximately 3,200-Fede'rat laws I fail to the election don't hold it
before please
see personally ,
to help themselves. Will takeit PUBLISHED" EACH THURSDAY AND CNTCWED A. SECOND CLASS MATTE AT THE you
which.: cities can obtain < form.; : we against me. I will appreciate vote and active support.
some( POST OFFICE'< : AT STARK!:, FLA. UNDER: ACT Of MARCH a, IBTDJ your
or leave it?
THE TRADE AREA ONE:' YEAR $350-------- SIX MONTHS:' $J200 (Pd. PoL Adv.)

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V.mm'VYnln11y.v served to the 32 guests Mrs. I daughter-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs W. C. Ward. ty .
by service testaurauU :
stations lights! of the Tornado championship 2nd and 4th Fridays-
Dyal received many lovely bam!:; Medeiras of Gainesvillewere Mr and Mrs Ralph Fillman ., and juolela. This. in. a football games in Medical CareExtended er School 9:26: to 10:16: :

Bayless HiwayBy i gifts 418 a memento of the visiting them during the and children of Tampa spent necessary Item to assist trav- IDOfi and get the latest word To New Graham (Mrs Lefovers') LI.'I: ''
I occasion. day. the weekend with Mr and ers in learning more about about the Tornado predictions to 11 a.m. Hampton !
Mrs. Beverly Spence of Air and Mrs. Charles Newman of Vets
-. Mrs. Pete Barton on Santa B'e Bradford County and Florida for 10SS This will follow the Groups 11:15 to 1230.: Starke
k.sonvUle and Jim Lambcl.tof and children of Gainesville Luke and
Mrs. O. E. Crosby will be used to encouragethe home game between Bradford
Brunswick Oa.' were Sntur- attended church Sunday Mr. and :Mrs Charley Mor- tourist. to spend more High and St Augustine September Medical care has been extended
AA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAADI1'thday day guests of her parents Mr. and were dinner guests of his ris of Houston Texas are time In our area. The advertising 30 The price of $5 to veterans whose sole
and Mrs O. E. Crosby anti parents Mr. and Mrs Lois visiting Mr and Mrs. W. C. /! and; tourism committees ticket includes two per service was after Jan. 31, 1055.
Party for Mrs. !>>nl grandmother Mis .7. L. Johns. Newman. Ward and Mi and Mrs Pete are hopeful that printing costs Tickets are available people the according to M. T. Dixon. of
Jerry Dyal surprised hiswue I Sunday] dinner guests of Mr. Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman Barton. will be raised from those in Chamber office from at the Florida Department of Adult Basic Education Program
or
; Ulrs: Jenn lIe Dyal with 'and Mrs Bud Alvarez were: and son, Gerald spent the the travel-related business such Board member. At least any Veteran Affairs.

a lovely birthday party Frl- :Mr. and Mia. Albeit Normanof weekend with his brother-in- .. .. yy ns the service stations, restaurants door prized valued at and two : "Hospital care from the VAIs
thi at the home Mr Gainesville Sir and Mrs ( $29 MRS. BERNICE HOPKINS, COORDINATORDrawer
night of law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs. and motels who would 533 will be given to on a bed-available basis for ,,
and Mrs. Don Newman I jerry Dyal and children and Homer Stearns, In TavareS away
I Lake experience the greatest economic some souls Put treatment of their nonserviceconnected
lucky the dateon 100 Office USO Building
Mike Conner. Kingsley :
Afternoon guestsof Rev. and Mrs. Dave Me- benefit from the conditions provid
doe-natal project your calendar After
l ] Mr and Mrs Alvarez were pay- Starke Florida 32091
deiras and daughters were attending ,
Since there ing such veterans state under
In
are no funds Ing food costs, door and
and the refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. L,. C. Sapp and to business In Perry Aim.. E:, M. NortoaPlioue prizes oath their to
the Chamber Inability defray
budget for printing other Items, any funds left
covered! with a lace tablecloth 'laughter Thursday and Friday. BS3-2081 costs for the ,balance of over will be earmarked to the cost; of such care," Dixon Elementary Education Grades 1 to 8
go
centered with a beautiful A large number attendedthe !IMr and Mrs. Earl Roberson
... this fiscal It becomes toward said j
:birthday cake flanked with reception at the church of Yulea the weekend e.r.lyl.l.y.... year repayment of a debt
spent necessary to ask the assist that Is due In January. The new law. Coos: not ex- MORNINGS AFTERNOONS EVENINGS
Fink, candles in crystal holders. pastorlum for Rev and, Mrs. with her parents Mr. and -
BAPTISM ance of those
LAKESIDE businesses mentioned tend hospital care to the sIx.I
Ice cream and cake Medeiras. Their son and Yesterday several officials
were
i :Mrs Warren Cadle. Rev. Jim Rigdon baptIzed Three businesses! that Interested months tralnE:<-..8Who/ volun Selected Centers Throughout Bradford County i
representing an
.--. .- Mr. and Mrs A. B. Whitehead two Junior girls Sunday following are not tourist related have in Bradford Industry teered for service after Jan.
and Charlotte, Mr. and pledged to contribute to the County I 31 entire
the morning wOI'qJ1lphour. mot 1955 and whose
with ChAmber and Devel-
:Mrs. A Whitehead, Jr. and They were Sandra: Ebl- fund. They are Slade Transport opment Authority representatives period of service was In a NEW-Consumer Education for the

GET CASH baby Whitehead, and Mr.and and LjndlThorn.Mrs. Buddy. Ing, daughter of Mr. and Mutual Lumber Comp first at a luncheon at training status, unless of Housewife

I ton enjoyed a picnic at George Mrs. Warren Ebling and DI- any, 'and Slade Gas. the Holiday Inn and then retired course, h'! was disabled froma

,Lake on {Monday. ann Moore, daughter cf Mr. We extend a welcome to our to the conference room disease or Injury incurredIn *. HOW TO BUY WISELY:
and Mrs. L. V. Moore This newest 'business members at the Chamber offices. It is or aggravated by his tour .
Mrs Sam Whitehead left HOW TO COOK & TO SEW FOR THE FAMILY: ,
I service took place at the Strout Realty, Magnolia Hotel expected that additional conferences of duty, Dixon explained. :
.
Friday to spend some time and Such djtabled veterans are elIgible *. HOW TO BUDGET TilE FAMILY'S FINANCES
e with her son-in-law and Lakeside home of Mrc: L A. Southern Marine of will be held In the ;
daughter. Mr and :Mrs: Harry Canova It makes our hearts Starke, and our Alexander in Clncinatl, Ohio with service incurred diseasesor A Good Neighbor Tell Your Friends
i Mr and Mrs. Eugene, Jones stand for Christ.PERSONALS Coursey of the Temple Motel be meaningful in all phasesour About
and we hope our readers will our community dIsabilities. These Courses!
develop
Labor
Lake were Day
Lady
iof i Smith and consider these folks when they ment. We need Applications for this care
Elizabeth your encour-
I' e guests of his grandparents, Mrs
., 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman three children of Graham have need for their services. agement and your support In In a V A hospital are availableat '' Some adults in the Bradford County area last year
Mrs. G. L. Sapp Is on the were Thursaay guests of Mr. October 1 Is a Saturnay In our negotiations with industry. the Veterans County Service -
I
covered three levels
which I office In the Starke arm- as many as ((3)) grade duringthe
: 'sick list this week.Ve wish and Mrs. R L. Smith some special arrange May we remind you that if
I nine ((9)) months. Let the Bradford
ments have been made for a ory. County
her a speedy recovery. I Norris Peeples of Kings- your birthday Is In Septemberand
(Mrs Sara Alvarez of Gain- land Qa visited the L. V. Chamber "Fun" Raising Bar- you were born In an even Adult Education Program help you!
I esville Is spending a few days Moore family Sunday afternoon B-Que with all the trimmings, numbered year It5s driver license BOOKMOBILK': l SCHEDULE;
: FLL.sn WINTER
I her son-in-law and similar to the one held last renewal time
with
N UKVOFOKD COUNTY2nd Classes for 1966-67 are expected to start with the
(daughter, Mr. and Mrs Carl Mr. an3:! Mrs. J. T. Bradley year .
e. featured will be
II Sapp. visited Mr. and Mrs Leon program and 4th MondaysLawtey -
Coach Dave Hurse and the"boys" Plastic' Notebook $:.1.50 at the
Mr and Rlherd In Keystone Heights : Junior High ,
TELEGRAPH. Plan Now To Enroll
We will have the !
held open house at their Sunday afternoon op- noon to 1:1:5.: : C. C. Anderson Early
i --a __. r new home on Road 100, Sun Mr. and Mrs. B M Norton portunity to view film high Junior High, 2 to 3:30: p,m. I

day afternoon. They received and daughter visited Rev.
e ,I many lovely gifts for their and Mrs. Jim Rl{don In :- -- --- ---- .

e a a "ef Ui lovely home. Jacksonville Saturday
i 'I I Little Randy and Freddie Mr. and Mrs. Roland !tern

Broadwell of Jacksonville and daughters of Canton
1r I spent the weekend with their Oa visited Mr. anMrs! 9
Mrs L.IA. .
: grandparents, Mr. and Harry Stern over the Labor
Crosby while their parents
day weekend
Town Finance Co. I were in Miami. Mr. and Mrs Jam Otto
Mr. and Mrs Claude :poorer: of Bay Pines are visiting! her

of Tampa spent Labor Day sister Mrs L. A. Canova and
Phone 9 4-90 i weekend with her brother-in- family.Mr. 0E'1

i I law and sister, Mr. and Mrs and Mrs Paul Fries :-
.
and two children of Jnr-kson-

sonville spent Labor day
SAMPLE BALLOT weekend with the Lloyd

:Macey's
FIRST PRIMARY
Mrs. Trudy Norton and
.
GENERAL ELECTION Mack Murry of Jacksonville
are spending this week. with
I
I the E. M Norton family
Starke Bradford County Florida
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I Mr. and Mrs. F.. J Jllrkey

SEPTEMBER: 13, 1966 Iof I Palatka were Sunday: Dinner
I guests of Mrs Mary
To vote for a person whose name i is printed on the ballot Shipman and Mrs. Elma

: mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the I Rings

name of the person for whom you desire to vote. \ Mr and t Mrs Johnny Paul
I Smith and daughter and Mr.'

r -. __ COUNCILMANFor : and Mrs. Ralph Poihand and
: Group 1 children all of Jacksonville I 4

: For Two Years Vote for One were Labor Day truest*; of Mr. I
and Mrs Ray M.ller: and
family.Mr. 92rn
ORIE WIGGINS Ii and Mrs.. Jim Moore
Mrs. Bessie Johnson. :Mrs C.

: I l Stoughton W. Buff, all and of Mrs.Jacksonvilleand Lucille /? <7

: Miss Harriett Buff of
COUNCILMAN:
Columbus. Oa.. were Sundav
: For Croup 3 guests of Mr, and Mrs. Cecil
For Two Years Vote for One Whitehead and daughters 41

Mrs. M. C. Duggar' of Jacksonville -
: Ii is spending this week:
EWELL LAWSON with her daughter Mrs Lloyd
:Macey and family.

I M. T. of Jacksonville
A. G. (ART) LOUDON 1 Hickey -
visited his aunts Mrq

I r Elma Rlggs and Mrs. Mary Serving Gainesville from 1874

W. H. (BILL) NOEGEL Shipman Monday evening
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton

NEIL TUCKER Ia I I. wIth and children Mr and spent Mrs Monday Frank HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED FOR 92 YEARS

I.U Johnson and sons of Keystone


Heights.Mr. and:! Mrs. O. A. Barry SALE STARTS MONDAY SEPT. 12 =: 9:30: A.M. .

COUNCILMAN: and four children of Ottnge! ,

a For Group 5 Park spent Monday !as guestsof

For Two Years Vote for One head Mr.and and daughters.Mr. Mrs. Cecil. Whiter! SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY SALE HOURS 9:30: A.M. TO 9:00: P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY .

and Mrs. L. V Moore

j :R.: iC. (PEE WEE) DAMPIER: n I and children had as guests SPECIAL STORE Men's Permo-Press Boy' Orion
for a Fish Fry on Labor Day You Can Win One Or More Of
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moore HOURS SHOP
DRESS SLACKS STRETCH CREW
: I I
: W.; J. DODD and children of Gainesville 1200 In ATTENDANCE Wilson''s
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis Sr. PRIZES Sizes 29.42 SOCKS
Mr. and Mrs. H. K Davis. EVERY 9
I I
Orlg. 6.00 10 FALL COLORS
CARL, ]HURST
IU Jr. Mrs. A. R. Moore David During Wilson' 92nd Anniversary Sale NITE'TIL PM

Moore and Mrs. Paul Moore Mon. thu Sot SALE 3.99 Reg 79c SALE 49c
E. M. Norton and son
Maxie visited Mrs. Emm' 1 GRAND PRIZE

Oarrett Monday morning!! at' -A $500 Ranch Mink Stole Ladles Famous Make Misses', Women' MEN'S BANLON
: VOTE YES FOR APPROVAL the Baptist Hospital In Jack Wool & Blend & Juniors

VOTE >O FOR DISAPPROVALOF sonville.'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. 42 NIGIIT OWL PRIZES SWEATERS STRETCH
COTTON KNIT
-clue $lo.oo
TIlE FOLLOWING Gift Certificate each night to one lucky person registering Cardigans & Pullovers DRESSES SOCKS
6.00 P.M. to 9:00: P.M
Chapter 65-2286, Special Act of 1965 of the Legislature Orig. 9.0014.00 Orig. 7.00.8.00 Reg' 1.00

House Bill 2516 providing the following; SHOP TALKBy
: 21 WEEKLY PRIZES SALE 5.99 SALE 3.99 SALE 49c
$25.00. 0' one
: A referendum on a Legislative Act relating to the Peter J. Novak $10.00 CH' one $5.00 gift certificate each n. week to those

: City of Starke urban renewal; providing for the rehabili- General Maoager.aa..u.auaauaaau: lucky people registering 9:30: A.M.-9:00: P.M each week MISSES JUNIORS LADIES NAN NOBLE White & Striped

: tation, clearance and redevelopment of slums and blighted :TWO THREE Pc CELANESE ACETATE SHORT SLEEVE
. areas in the City of Starke in accordance with urban No purchase necessary register as ofen as you wish -
renewal the Council We were all pleased to hearof SUITS MEN'S DRESS
: plans approved by City ; defining 2nd Floor Booth PANTIES
the
: the duties, liabilities, exemptions and powers of said decision of Big Dad Wools & Blends SHIRTS

: city in undertaking such activities, including the power their Manufacturing plant, and Co. to especially expand Wilson's employees and their families Orlg. 20.00 to 25.00 Reg. 59c Reg. 4.00

: to acquire property through the exercise of the power pleased to hear of the addi- are not eligible SALE 39c
SALE
12.90
e of eminent domain or otherwise, to dispose of property tional employment opportunities SALE 3/5.00

: subject to aiy restrictions deemed necessary to prevent This Is just another example

: the development or spread of future slums or blighted of Industrial expansion LITTLE BOYS Plastic Cannon Print COTTON LADIES SEAMLESS
within a business located
already
a areas: to issue bonds and other obligations and give In our county. SIze 2-6 SHOWER KITCHEN MAIDENFORM NYLON
: therefor to levy taxes and assessments and to
security Shortly Colonel Sander'sKentucky KNIT BRIEFS CURTAINS TOWELS BRAS HOSIERY
: enter into agreements to secure federal aid and comply Fried Chicken will

: with conditions imposed in connection therewith; providing be ready for business on North Reg. 3/1.45 Compare at 2.00 & 3.00 Reg 39c ORIG. 2.50 Medium Sizes 8Yz to 11...
for urban renewal to exercise Temple Avenue. This Is an-
: an agency powers
other growth indicator for SALE 3/99c SALE 99c SALE 4/1.00 SALE
. our : 1.59 SALE 2/69.
hereunder if said city determines it to be in the public : area in that this type of fran.chise .-

: interest; authorizing said city to furnish funds, services, Is made available only

: facilities and property in aid therefor by the issuance when it appear that business Size 4 to 14 INFANT'S PINWALE CHRISTMAS PENNY CT ITALIANGIRL'S

e of obligations, by taxation or otherwise; providing that opportunities do exist. We PLASTIC LINED CORDUROY CARDS LADIES

: securities issued, and properties while held, by a public extend our welcome and wish
FANCY PANTS
: agency hereunder shall be exempt from taxation; pro- 'them The well.advertising committeehas COTTON BRIEFS S-M-L & XL In 20 Fashion Colors 25 to 0 Box Brown LOAFERS& Black'

: viding for a referendum. made the recommendationthat To Reg. 49c 3/1.45 Reg 1.00.1.79 Reg. 1.00 Yd. Orlg. 1.50 Reg. 8.00
we print a "Things
i= YES ------------ Do" and "Trips To Take" brochure SALE 3/99c SALE 59c 2/1.00 SALE 84c SALE 59c SALE 6.90 2/12.00

. NO that can be freely distributed -
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t..n..a Friends of Daniel Monroe Kittler In V. A. Hospital Richardson and family. In trimming Others n t I'"retina I I daughter: Rocnoy attended )I...... .......... .... Ik I <'s< The KA'a had a cookoutat
Crews will be glad to know in Lake City. It Is hop- Jacksonville Monday even- were Mr. and Mrs I.eon1,I the Buyer. family get-to Mr and Mrs, Harry! Man- Gene Blrt's camp on San-
RAIFORDBy that he !is home from service ed Monroe will be able to ing..Miss Starling Mr. and Mrs. Wise!I gether in Ocala on Mondayat I HAMPTON i ninK hid as weekend guests ta Fe: Lake last Friday night,
and Is with hla parents.", Mr come home this weekend Jean Sealy and Miss! are the teachers of this class. the home of David:! Boyer Mr and Mrs. L. A. MillingI and also enjoyed fishing and
Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs. Lawtey Crews at Friends of Lawtey Crewsof Beth Dobbs were amon;' Little Miss Marie Clirssc: : Rev. E. D. Boyer was very By Mr*. Mary Wllllamu.aaaaaauu.a.auuau, I Tamja and halph Song swimming.\ ,
Phone 498-2601 State Farm. State Farm will be glad to those visiting Jacksonville was honored with n family' much there, and Is still head i tlai Auaa.uauaaaalaaa/ Friends of Mrs. Bob Tay- learn that he is home from Beach Labor Day. dinner at the home cf heel| of the clan. I. Marlines/ and children and family spent the I
Ipr will be interested to 'earn King Memorial HospitalMr. Mrs. Vivian McRae and grandparents. Mr anMrs:) Mr. and Mrs. Bill OooKby I of Mount' Dora. weekend at their camp on
Mrs. Gertrude SmiMi .vlslt- that she had emergency:; surgery and Mrs. James Nor- children visited her parents H. C. Harley In celebration,, visited her brother-in-law Mr end Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mr and Mrs\ R. O. Simmons the river In the Ocala National -
her daughter and familye on her eye .SaturdayWe man of Jacksonville vl'ited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawfordand of her fifth blrthrlw anniver-] and sister. Mr. and Mrs. family Mr.. and Mrs. W. D. graved' into their new Fwesi
Warren Hersheys Lake! pray she recovers speed- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffla family in Lawtey Satur- sary on August 28: She received Tony Baker In Charleston. I -Carter and daughter. And home last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams -
itler several daya last ily.Mrs. Labor Day. some very nice ;R'fis' I S. C. last week. I Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Eites :Mt ant: :Mis Lynn Hall and Charley Baker visited -
day.Lynn
H-lC. Earl Dobbs accompanied We are glad to welcome! McRae accompaniedhis A surprise birthday i pal.tYI I Mr. and :Mrs:. Leslie Sweat I I and daughter spent Saturday visited Mr and Mrs. R O Marinelan! and St. Aug-
Mrs. Harold Yarb.-ingh and her daughter Mra. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs parents Mr. and Mrs. B. was given for Billie at1)I and daughter of Maxvllle are I at Crescent Beach. Copelarj; in Valdosta, Ga ustine onSunday..
//lighter Sharon left Wed- R. Clemons and children of and children Pam and Stevie M. McRae and Mrs. V"rnle the home of his visiting the OoolsbYS this I Mr. and Mrs Charles last vel ,
ttday night for Savannah Heilbronn Springs to the from Gainesville back to Thornton and Mr. Jackson of mother Mrs. John gland-, I Hicks and family spent Luboi Mrs Glcnda Christmas I I Sheivl McElroy, a former

orgia to be with Mrs. Yarough's Horse Show In Ha: motor) Ralford. Starke on fishing trip to Saturday evening It was ,.enlly week.Mrs.. Ed Durban and Raymond : I DayeekenJ; at Flarflei I nil daughters. of Jrlanjr- lesldent College: of Hampton In Georgia enteredTift thin
sister Betty Odom Sunday afternoon. Mr. Harold Yarbroutsn\ and St Augustine. They! were a surprise; when he came spent Sunday with I Beach with :Mrs. Hicks' parents anr,> nd.ni. awhile with M week.
10 had surgery Thursday. Friends of Will Roberts daughters Sheila and Gonja joined by the rest of the in and everyone sane "Hnppy Mr and Mrs. J. Boyette and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dv- and \11.> Arnold HaddocT.
ley report Betty Is recover- will regret to learn that he visited Mrs. Yarbroimh and family at the home of Mr. Birthday. The pArty table : family of Valdosta Oa They I I
I splendidly. la a patient in King Memorial Sharon in Savannah Georgia and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sat- was covered with a whito I were camping at Kingslry
Mrs. Edna Cason of Jack- Hospital In Lake Butler. Saturday night and all urday night for a fish fry. I linen cloth centered with the'': Lake for the weekend.Mr. .
nville is visiting Mrs Walr We pray he is soon able to returned home Sunday: Miss Beth Dobbs accompanied -, birthday cake decorated: In: and Mrs. Raymond
Altman and utt-tde) l come home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fair and Miss Betty Jlnklns on I pink and white and an arrangement -I Williamson! and son of Jacksonville -
lurch( with her Sunday Mrs. Monroe Kittler and son Billy of Gainesville were a shopping trip to Jackson- of pink and whit" I were Sunday overnight -
ght, son Woodrow visited Mr. Sunday and Monday gi.ests, yule Saturday. flowers. After some !names! I visitors of Mrs. Dur-
of her parents Mr. and Mrs refreshments were served to ban.
Mallle Orlffls. ,..... ........... ....- about 33 young friends who I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright -

I Mr. and Mrs.! Harlla!!! FllliiK- were there to enjoy the happy and family of Wav-
EARN A ton and children Fn'lettf'1 LAWTEYBy \ I occasion j rrnss. c it. spent Sunday with
and Ricky of Lake Btuler Mr. and Mrs. H E P-lest\ Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wnlnwrlwht -
visited her. parents. Mi and I and Lamar spent; Labor Day <
High School Diploma By Credits Mrs. M. b!. Grlffls! Labor' Ensa B'ancbarl weekend with relatives\ in I Mr. and Mrs C F. Miles of ey w R yk

DayMr AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiCHURCH Cedar Key. lake Butler were visiting Mr
and Mrs Jack CA.'Utl'of Mrs. Joyce Futrh and Mrs: and Mrs L P. Rafuse on
' (You May Need Only A Few; Check the List) Daytona Beach were '(sit- ACTIVITIES. Felma Eunice visited Inst I' Saturday
ing Mrs. Alice Cnson and Grace Methodist Sunday Saturday with Mrs Normn :Mr and Mrs! Mark Raulerson ,
Required Credit: ((9th Grade and Above) Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ros School 9:45: Worship 11 Yon of Starke. who |I. in the spent the latter part
ier Saturday. a. m. Prayer Circle Monday Naval Air Base Hospital witha of last week with his parents.Mr .
3 Units English Friends of Orin ReJdlsh 9 a. moo MYF Wednesday 8 p. oroken neck the iesut! of and .Irs E. J Ruuler- '
1 Unit Mathematics Sr. will regret to learn that m.First a recent automobile wreck son. Those! spending labor
1 Unit Science (General or Biology) he is a patient in King! Memorial Baptist Hunday We hone she will soon re- Dny weekend with the Hau-
1 Unit American HistoryGovernment Hospital in Lake Butler I[ School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 cover. The Yons were residents lersons< were their soninlawand
1 Unit (or Civics) We pray he is soon well and a. m., and 8 p. m.. Training of Lawtev u short ,daughter. Mr and Mrs i
Vi Unit Americanism vs. Communism able to come home. Union 7 p. m., Midweek while ago.Sunday. John Pet rev of Arcadia and'I i
Mrs. Warren Hershey and Services Wednesday 8pm visitors of :Mr an:! Mr. and Mrs John Brotvurd :
Vi Unit Additional Social Studies! daughters Kay and Zanle' of I| Church of God- Sunday Mrs. B. L. Wllklson were M"' of Jacksonville. SAVINGS ARE IMPORTANTTO
8 Units Elective Academic Subjects Lake Butler visited Mrs School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 : and Mrs. Jerrv Wllklson. Mr, Mr and Mrs. Wallets Stappj)I

16 Units Total Required for High School Diploma Mary Freeman Friday after- a. m. and'' 7:30: p. m. YPE I and Mrs. Donald Wllklson. and Leslie. were Mondiv visitors A YOUNG MAN'S FUTUREA
noon. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer and their families of Jack- of Mr. and Mrs, A C''
,NOTE 1. 2 units will be accepted for military Our deepest sympathy to Services Friday 7:30: p. m. sonville. Pearce. spare-cash reserve carefully built
training (if fully described and docu- Mr. and Mrs. Millie Griffis Highland Baptist Sunday Debbie and Sherry N.ipler Rev Roy Timbeilake wasIlue..t with rer/nlar deposits!' in an i interest*' ."*
on the death of Mrs. Oriffls'half School 9:45: a. m., Worship have returned to their grandparents I
mented by the Armed Service Branchor sister Mrs. Vick Marr of 11 a. m. and 7:30: p m.I.1 after a visit with speaker at the First t eariiiinbank/ account can give you

courses under USAFI, if certificateswere Lakeland who passed away Prayer Meeting Wednesday I their father who was on and Baptist his Church family were sunday.guests He! greater freedom of choice in career

presented). Sunday; May God comfort 7:30: p. m., Choir Practice leave from service In Viet for the div of Mr and Mrs advancement, ,or funds to start your I"'i;'}
each In their sorrow. Saturday 7:30: p. m. I
:
NOTE 2. Non-academic subjects (such as Physical Mrs. Bobble Anderson. and Sympathy is extended to Nam.W. J. Wise of Opp. Ala Luther Milliard. |I own business Also your savings, plus. '

Education, Band Chorus, or others!!!) children visited his brother. the family of Mrs. Middleton and hislr1ndson/ of Trov Mrs Edward Nolan of I interest, can mean: greater security at' .
cannot be included in the required total '' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson Rosier who passed away Fri- Ala /spent part of lust week Jacksonville is spending this I' all time::;
week with her parents, Mr !
(above). and family In Columbus. with Mr. and Mrs Ralph
day.To
Georgia over the weekend. the family of Gad den Wise and family. and Mrs. J. C. Knight! Cindy Start saving here NOW!.

Interested Persons Are Urged rQ. I I.t ..Alter church Sunday> night death[Bubbl' I Wllkerson whose, Visiting the W. 1"IJOre: Knight her !grandmother was weekend, Mrs.guest Vera of
I| Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmansand occurred SaturdayAlso : : family on Sunday were Mr Brooklngs. in Columbus, Oa.
Register Early children of Starke ivlrj. to T. L. Wainwright and Mrs. Paul Moore and
Edna Cason of Jacksonville and family In the loss! of his children of Atlanta. Ga? Mr FLORIDA
I' I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Orlffls sister, Mrs. Daisy Llpmart anj:! Mrs S. D. Andrews and
Classes are expected to start with the regular TilE ItlUHT) POINT fur the
and children Debbie, and of Plant City. They all nave children of. Wildwood. Chuck
I way you Hrlto. Come In andselect
) program. the of their friends. Moore of Gainesville Bill
I Mike Mr. and Mrs. Michael prayers .
I your favorite KSTKttimnOK : -
I i Dobbs and children. Paula Mr. and Mrs. Ralph WM Edwards of Klnfeslev Lnkc. fountain TELE- BANK AT STARKE
pen.
CONTACT. and Mike Frances Johnston were hosts to the Interm d- Mrs. Will Edwards of Starke I IH.\PH.
I and Mrs. Walter Altman en- late Training Union Cla's at Mr. The Director, Bradford County Adult Education I
Program Drawer 100, Starke, Florida 32091 !, with the Earl Dobbs family I| 30 young people enjoyed the spending n few days with the l'II..Ur Nol.-ln.ok $S.SO: at the
Or visit the office\ in the rear of the USO Building. Mr. and Mrs. Mallle OrlfI 'evening playing Rumen and family. I TKIJCOKAPII.) Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
fLs visited Mr. and Mrs Ace the weiner roast with, all the M.rs. W F Muore and I
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It's Not Just Bradford County The Problem Is StatewideThese




are just a few of the headlines appearing !In newspapers ergency by operating one of the two ambulance that are necessary, COST OF I'KIVATE SERVICE;

throughout Florida, telling the story of the ambulance crisis being and we will continue operation of the second ambulance. Alachua County recently took 1 bids from four private funeral directors -

experienced in every part of the State. Rising costs are making If this plan is not acceptable, then we would suggest one of the : to provide ambulance service. The contract was awarded to

ambulance service a money-losing proposition in Bradford County, following alternatives: Walter Wilson & Associates; of West Palm Beach for :X5iUO a

just as it is in many towns and cities from Pensacola to Miami. 1. Formation of a local corporation to provide ambulance service year. Bids by the other three firms were $76,000, $60000, and

A bill sponsored by Rep. Bill Reedy of Lake County has been financed by the sale of stock certificates to the public. 140,000.
drafted by the Attorney General's office and will be introduced in 2. Formation of a volunteer ambulance !service! financed by pii- The Alachua Commission said it would have cost!! $62,000 annuallythe

1967 Legislature giving local taxing bodies the power to sup- vate contributions. to handle l the service through the !.sheriff's! office, and that operating

port private ambulance service or set up a public-operated service. 3. Operation of ambulance service through the County Civil an ambulance service in cooperation with Alachua General Hospital

County Commissioners would be authorized to enter into agree- Defense organization. would\ cost! at I least $30,000.:

ments with any private concern to provide efficient ambulance ser 4. Operation of both ambulances by the County when necessary Alachua is a county of approximately\ 80,000, where ambulance
vice within the county. legislation is enacted. service can be operated profitably. Bradford is a county of approximately

We are not now, and never have asked for a "subsidy" of our 5. Operation of ambulance service by the Bradford County Hospital 13,000: where calls! are not milticient to make ambulance

private business. We: have asked that the county help in this em- Board when legal authority is provided by necessary legislation. !service! a profitable operation.


We Are Presenting This Information For Your Better Understanding Of "The Ambulance Crisis" In Florida.



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; DELAND, FLORIDA 14-oz. Crackln' Good Chocolate Tw Pk Crackln' Good -50 Free Stomps
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; MONTICELLO, FLORIDA Chip Sandwich. 39* Potato Chips 59*

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;: .* VERNA STATESBORO MATHEWS, GEORGIA Coffee 59, Fiesta Creams. 39* Cheese Curls. 39

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA .

SHIRLEY DUCE 87 1-Lb. Can FLOGER'S.' .t.rp'or? FineLimit 1 of choice with$5.00 order. ..
' ., LAKE CITY, FLORIDA REG. Red:! your DIXIE DARLING GERMAN

.' JOSEPHINE RANDALL t; Chocolate Cake 59*
MONTICELLO, FLORIDA Coffee 69 .

' HANNAH WILLIAMS 9-Pk. DIXIE DARLING FRENCH PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS

MADISON. C. ,FOOTE FLORIDAR. REG. 2/27* No. 303 Can STANDARD Limit 6 please. Hard Rolls 25/
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SATELLITE MRS.RUTH B. BEACH G.M.ZIMPFER CHIN, FLORIDA ; Tomatoes 10'20ox.:; DIXIE DARLING Bread FAMILY 2/49/


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WILLIAM. L ARMSTRONG MARTHA.STRICKLAND
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MRS.W.A.J.PENTON BILLIE HALL Fruit Drink 4/1../
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4 1966 MUSTANG WINNERS Peanut Butter 79, Lunch Meat 2/89/ ..*

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA


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KEYSTONE Lake way ;214 fire E.;in AUK tractor.27. emergency High-' fl- Keystone Heights School Reports '. .. ,. "e'r' r T-i

first all. Gold'ieacl! [ ; *" 41. '.' 4J

Branch auto accident State Park Highway AUK!21 28 N. rILLj Attendance .,T ,,,' : '. '

HIGHLIGHTSBy Clay County Civil Defense I Up 15 Per Cent ?

Rescue Units are available at :

Mary Schaeffer Orange Park, Green Cove | Keystone Heights School for this position this week

Phone 473-4127 Springs, and Keyston": I I principal Joseph Benson reported While there Is still no ;

Heights. These unil.s are I everything running ciowding. the school plant is
available in case of atomic I smoothly at the close of the operating at full capacity and

LEGION POST NEWS I offers Tournament p'nyed' natural or man-made::! disasters '' .,. fjrst week: of school. could do without a great influx -
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,;''LThe August 4 meeting: of last May and to Mrs. E. T. and other emergencies Enrollment showed a sub- of students.

the KeystoneMelro'Post Martin consolation prize as requested hv law- stantial Increase of almost 15 Football Opener $

202 of the American Legion winner.In enforcement nvpiirip, fir per cent over last y<;a., with I The KHHS Indians will I

sent with bang "hit- departments local 11 total of 485-65 more students open their 1968 football
over a the play of the 'llN' lng. or ting on all 8 cylinders." in which took place be-fore the, authorities ind surrounding -I than during the 1965- with a home game

the words of Post Commander meeting. Mrs. Raymond Star- counties when requested 66 term. I against Newberry on Friday i
Rose. There by Mr Benson feels that the Sept. 16.
Billy are now nes was first Mrs. Gordon competent author
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158 prespectlve or potential Lee. second and Mrs. Janice !ities. Call Sheriff's office I student body will reach 500 The Parent-Teacher Association -

members. Since the Post Batts third. Mrs. Jime.s! Green Cove Springs! 284- before the year Is out. an all- will hold Its first .. _

Number Is 202. the aim ha Chesslngton won the low 3379: Orange Park Police time high for the Keystone meeting at 8 p. m. Thursday '." : '._

teen to have that many putt prize. Dept. 284-9612: 0Clay\ School.All Sept. 15, In the cafetorlum. 1t. \

members by the meeting All members agreed th'' County Civil Defense! Director : faculty members wereon Speaker of the evening will _
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date. Thursday Sept. 1. at 8 club was off to a year of good Keystone Heights. 473- | hand for the first days of be County SuperintendentJesse "_ ,
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p. m.. at the Clay Electric competitive golf with fun 42RO or 473-4851. I school with the exception of P, Tynes. All parents \ _

conference room. and frlsnrtshin.. aplenty.. NEW BOOKS IV LIBRARY Pvt. Wm. the girls' physical education and other persons InterestedIn
\The following member are DRIVERS' IMPROVEMENT: ; FOR YOl'NO READERS Thomas 1, teacher and Mr. Benson was the school are urged to attend

to be complimented for their COURSEThe Miss Kerry Shwkl..rnl'd: I Completes Course t to Interview a likely pros,>ect this Initial meeting _

work to make this pnst a Keystone Woman's daughter of Don and Jenny
i In! Guerilla War
IUccess: Post Commander Club will I Shackleford. has wnen'usly
sponsor a program _
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(Billy Rose First Vice Commander offered by the National !Safety donated 14 new Nniicv Drew I Carol Hansen Weds Dennis W. Lenhart .
Pvt.
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Jim Chessinston, Council on "Defensive! books. 2 Donna Parker b:?oks. I In Eliam j'
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son of Mr "Mrs." W. R. Church Ceremony
Second Vice Commander Ed Driving", Tuesday and Wednesday find 28 juvenile paperbacksto
Thomas I '
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:Bennett. Post Adjutant Geor- Sept. 20 and 21, from the Keystone Heights LI- has completed advanced Infantry EMam' Baptist Church In er shade of green. All carried Spanish-American Vet AwardedOne

(. LaRue Historian E3 lOa. m. till 3 p. m.. each brary. All books are b-and train1n -, including a Melrose /was the scene of a wrist corsages of white and I

Hetnpstead. Sargeant at- day. at the City Hall. new. so you teen-an.!" readers week of simulated,' guerilla beautiful double ring wedding yellow shasta daisy chryslLnthmums. of the highlight. of the !September 1 meeting of the new Kevntonn. HrlghNMelroHH -
Arms Tom Bryant, and Lt. Elsie of the Florida had better Include o'me or warfare at Fort Gordon Ga. ceremony at 7 o'clock Saturday : Anierlraii
Legion Post wax his preHentatlon of US.
Chaplains William Terry and Highway Patrol I from Gainesville two In the next book you During his guerilla training evening August 20. when Two half-sisters n flag to Charles
check younger of King 3-jear-old. !S' |>.unl liincrlcunViir veteran (center) by Font 2U2
out.
William Poppell. ], will conduct the two- Thanks ta people he lived under simulated Viet Miss Carol Emma Hansen be- the bride Lisa Rae. and Belle Chaplain
':A Legionnaire should be day course. which will also like Kerry our Ilbtaty Is Nam conditions for five day, came the 'bride of Dennis Avis McPherson' were flower IVIIIIam. Terry (right), an Pont (Commander Billy Rose added. hl approval. The

proud of his post and! oroud stress driving improvement. 'constantly growing In "vopo fighting off "night attacks"and Wayne Lenhart. Rev. James R. girls, wearing aqua dresses. Flirg!: wiw donated by The Gainesville Sun.

(f having worn the uniformof There will be a coffee and r and In the' number of books conducting "raids on en. Fink pastor of the church, designed along the same lines. nONe) aitnnunred that the post Han 208 prospective members, anil that 73 have

his country when needed. sandwich break at noon: Par- HERE N THERE emy villages." He was taugl.t officiated. as the other attendants. They already Hlgneil up. Kt''NtuneI't.yor: Al Nelson congratulated the!! post on ltd tuo-

He should be proud to be ticipant will bring heir own We knew when via! started methods of removing booby CandeJabra, paJmns. magnolia carried small baskets of yellow ('...$..1111 Mtart and., eiprenmxl hops| for continue! grO\\tho
flying a helping hand to sandwiches and the Woman's the prodigious Job of reporting traps setting amibu.4hes, and leaves and arrangementsof daisies.
American Education Week Club will serve coffee. on those who were returning avoiding enemy ambushes. white gladioli and f i'enchedcarnations Best man for his brother The meeting was condurttil, liy temporary officers" soul. a date of regular of-

Research for Heart and Make your reservations to college that we Other specialized training decorated the was Bruce Lenhart of Panama Irertt. \\III lie prt'Nented, liy u nominating committee. at th" next meeting.v.vv..vvvvvvvyv. .

Mental Health. the March of with Mrs. John Bird 473- would overlook a few We included land mine warfare, church. City, anti Dave Anderson

DImes. and other wortlv' or- 4109. Registration fee will! be forgot to mention that 'Margaret communications, and firing the Nupial music was presented and Ron Tronnovitch both of I

fanlzations.. which Is what $2 per person. Pater Is returning to M-14 rifle M-60 machlnegun, on the organ by Steve Kdge-: Daytona Beach, served as ,
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the Legion does. The club hopes to have a the University of Floilrtn this and 3.5 Inch rocket launcher. wood of Gainesville ushers.A Mrs Bobby Than of Gaines lene Odom, Daune Ollrle,

ST. WILLIAMS: ALTAR record attendance at these year. Her younger brother The bridegroom Ls the son small reception was held] ville.Mr Greg Huff, Maria Yarbrough,

SOCIETY LADIES< MKKP: meetings, and also !hopes Bobby while not In college AUDt'BON MEETING of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lenhartof afterwards at the Melrose\ MELROSE and Mrs. Olynn Roth- Robert McGulre. and Joe

The ladles of St. WlIliamM that neighbors! In Melrose is also going away to school SET FOR SEPT. 1* Homestead. The bride is Woman's Club with Miss Sal- hammer's. guests! for the Moore.

Altar Society met for' a sort and Sta-rke will Join them In this year to Central Florida! the daughter of Mra. M. Isabel ly Miller of Providence, R. I.. weekend were MI' and !Mrs\ Joe Parish i 13 home on
Academy. Orlando An organizational meetingfor MoPhernon of Melrose, and was By Sally Rothbammt'rAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAaAAAI L C. Thompson and two leave from Bliss Texas
of; preliminary meetIng of taking advantage of this opportunity near keeping the bride's book. Grace Ft.
the season, on Tuesday morn to Improve their John Allen, son of Mrs. an Audubon Society Chapter given In marriage by her mo Perry and Kathryn Vtckers children of Marietta la. Mr visiting his cousins. Mr. and

ing. Aug. 30. In the Re-rea- own driving. and how to cope Lena Clemens of HKlcrest! for Keystone Heights, .ther. Her father, Walter Duncan made the delicious four-tiered and Mrs 5. W. FIL.telllnlo: Mrs. Dock Tison and family

,lion Hall. The regular meeting with the dangerous and unexpected left Sunday morning: to fly Melrose, and Starke area will Hansen, \was killed in action wedding cake, and Cnrubelle Duplicate Bridge for tin-I and three children of EuuOallle Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rober-

will be on Sept. 19. The situations some- back to San Diego where he be held Wednesday, Sept. 14, In World War II. A friendof Alderman served It to the last two weeks are: 1st Mr. and MI's. C R son are the proud parents of
ladies times Is stationed with tha Sub- at 7:30: p. m. In the Keystone I the family Gus Alderman guests.. Roland Wesley Miss Nancy Wesley.
were happy welcome! caused by "the other Jll&ceMrs.; Biyan a bouncing baby boy, Wit-
:Mrs. Fred Lambrecht to the: fellow." Even if you hpvo already marine Service. Heights Town,. Hall. aisle accompanied to the altar Carol down the Alma Rutledge of Lake Geneva i and MI'!;. H. T. Dent. 2nU Mrs. Nancy Hurtson: all of Hum Dewitt III, born August
All Interested In
organization. Mrs. Lena! Clemens had this course, a refresher Mr. and Mrs. Ralph; :Bryanof persons The bride step-sister of the bride IJll1ce--Mrs. John Foster and Gainesville, and James Woodi 2'at/ Dr Klank's Hospital In
bird Invited to at wore a of i
study are I gown of New York.
announced she Is ready might be aood!\ Starke were guests at '1 .silk organza: over taffeta Inlaid and ''Marilyn: Putnam of Gainesville "Mrs.' R. P. Goodloe. 3rd.\ hawthorne
to take orders for thing. One tend. cousin of the bride, as- place tied Mrs. BoydJr. Shirley Sever's over night
Chrlstmru can never know barbecue on Saturdiv even- : with embroidery, Her Paley \ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spire
Cards and novelty gift Mrs. too much about defensive Ing at the home of Mr. and train, was of matching em- slated l with the hospitalities. and Mrs. Paley Boyd Sr. "sliest Sunday! was her friend recent guests was their

Iran Kromer said a few driving I Mrs. Ernie Tomes on Lak" broidered organza, and she Mrs Emma Bates maternal -Miss Iva Hlllyer and Mrs Penny" Rothhommer. Shirley daughter. Mr. -and Mrs C A.
more workers could be used CLAY COUNTYIUU51' Geneva. and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Herb wore a below-shoulder length grandmother of the ,bride and Phil Kromer. 1st place-Mrs. .uot up Monday morning with Hoffman and four children

at the Thrift Shop In M-l- CIVIL DEFENSE REl'OP.TThe ; On Sunday: afternoon and Tomes and two children: also pill box veil, trimmed with a former resident of West- Paley Boyd and Mrs. J.V.. the mumps. We hope her a of Puerto Rico.

rose. Mrs. Bee Cooper pavethe following rescue operations evening Mr. and Mrs. Ernie from Green Cove Springs seed pearls. Her bouquet was mont, N. J., but who now makes Strawn. 2nd place-Mrs. B speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris -
Shop's financial report. were assisted In during Tomes entertained with Another daughter of the of white orchids and trenched her home in Melrose was A. Allen and Mrs. John Fos John Tanksley of Gainesville -
a 1 and six children have
Father Kirby was also pre- August: Auar. 1. search family cook-out for all of Herb Tomes' was there with carnations. Her 'locket necklace present to add her blessing'sto ter. 3rd place-Mrs. W J visited, with. friends InMl'lJ'ose moved Into their new homeon \

.nt at the meeting./ for a man at Lake Geneva their relatives In tile area. her family Mr. and Mrs.\ was an heirloom made the occasion. Orolick and Miss Iva Hlllyer.. recently.S. Lake Lyon. Their eldest
A. Walter Wilson Jr.
TEEING OFF f found I. Also] auto nceident. The purpose of the get-to- John Merrill and children of especially! for her from her For their wedding* trip to Tied for 4th place -!Mrs daughter. Linda is attending

<3The!: Keystone Wjmen'i" highway 219: Aug. 3. auto gether was to honor :Vr. anJ Jacksonville. These guests 'mother's engagement diamond Jamaica! the bride wore an Francis Pyle. Miss Bessie Navy man arrived home last college] In Palatka.
Qolf Association heir] its first I accident. Highway 21 S.: !Mrs. Joe Tomes who will along with the guests ::f hon net in the center of the gold aqua suit and the orchid from I Rutherford and Mrs' C.V Thursday from South Car-/ .
olina. After several days Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Preston
meeting of the current year Aug. 13. first aid to Boy soon be leaving Keystone or made quite an impro xlve star presented to her when her brlitol bouquet. Beasley Mrs C.V Hnrriv.

I on\Thursda.v\ Sept. 1. at the Scout with wasp stIng! : also. Heights for Minnesota, their family reunion. |her father was killed. Sapphire ,. Mrs Lenhart Is a graduateof Troop 109 will hold Courtof leave he will report back have gone to Atlanta Oa.
I San Diego iris father. \ to// for the weekend to visit her
Mrs. E. K. Ooet.he. the blrthstones set 'Stetson University In leland Honor with Troop 105
home of Mrs. Albert :Bach- first aid to boy with cut finger former home. were
be-I. Wilson Sr. iister. Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
1 ter entered
former Camille Wnl'-ath. was the and all and attended Brown University I
mann. Mrs.\ Edmund 1>'I/Yl'r : Aug. 15. auto percent.) tween points, Sunday September 18. The
Present were Ernl51qler Starke Hospital last Tuesday Johnson and family for a
I.last
Jr.. was co-hostess !for this Highway 21 N.: Au* 19. in Keystone Heights recently! :! circled with her mother's In Providence, R. program will start at 3 p. m.
and husband Mr ir.d:: Mrs for Hi Is setting family get-tOIlether Relatives -
operation. -
graduated an
luncheon meeting. Mrs Bert drowning. Ooldhead Branch: visiting her wedding ring. yenr. The groom Council Fire will bi, at 6:30p. : r
I ICJvlstoCfl'rs. Clarence Bush and three along satisfactorily end from New JerseY'' will be
Jr.. prr.seite4! State Park; standby first aid. Mrs. Frank M. ItrAndmother'l Miss\ Kitty Engle of Colorado from Miami University m. Court of Honor will ,
children from Green Cove Colo maid and received his muster's, degree vill be released this Tuc.sdny.Mr. there also.
trophies to Mrs. Arthur Keystone Beach: Au*. 21. Mrs. Goethe and Springs: was start at 7 p. m. The evemwill
Springs. and Ernie's brnther the University of ani Mrs. William
of honor MlBH Carole Lenhartof from
Ketch winner of tho Christ- emergency message. Brooklyn are currently take place! at Troop IdS I
Homestead sinter of the Florida. He has accepted a Filckson and family of Oeor-
hassee. I II Cnmp1 Members of thi Choir of bridegroom und Miss :Mary ,,,position with Douglas Aircraft Cub Pack met September ,girt:: spent the weekend In way you as rite. Come In and
I
Rt Williams Church are Lou Bartonrlno. of Daytona j I Corporation in, Iluntltix-; 1 at the Education Building Melrose visiting friends '7'hP'l1 select your favorite KMTKIt-:
Jack and Knv ,LBuoch/ served ns bridesmaids.All ,[ton Beach Calif., where the lOre former resident. of ItROOK
grateful to nt the Melrose Methodls fountain pen. TELE-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE
I 1 Sullivan for their donntlon (wore 'Identical gowns the couple Will reside.! ; Church, with Carl Cox as rose.Mr Iel-I OKA PI I.

I' of a large( electric fan which I maid of honor's being a deep- Cuhmsster John Sims of ani Mrs Wm T>. T.i

helos keep those who sit In --.- North Florida Council wanpresent. hower's guests for the week r'

BUSINESS I DIRECTORY that section of the hurch a Three dens were end was Mrs. Othur Scot KEYSTONE
\ lot coolpreSpl'clnll the or- Douglas Show, we were Interested Ing fund. formed. and son James of Je up. Oa.

iranlst. who does not fit passively In the program The congregation was gladto Brown, Troop 157; recently! Mr. and Mrs J L Price Sr. Drive-In Theatre

during service.' but Is where the motorcyclist rode welcome the pastor, Dr. A. visited the Dairy Science Department had a hous" full of eomirJiiy)

APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE: STORE I most! active in the operationof over the top of the sphereIon C. Holt, and wife back from at the University of Sunday Mrs Price's! brother Fill., SAT.. SUN.
Inside) at the Steel! their summer vacation In .
the and family. Mr. anc1r.: Sept. 9. 10 11
T V Service Center THE BLUE PINES the orusn. Florida and observed, I the unstrurlzlnu ,
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Walter Wilson of M-lrose. Pier, at Atlantic City. This North Carolina. Anti bottlina of milk O.srnr! Robcrson of Port Or- .
act of daring was featured Board of Stewards meet- visiting them andlid' 'TThSTA
\ J. It. TII1ES. Proprietor Package Store & who is an active member of same mod Ire cream. Adultjt nrromtinnylnsr .inue was
SHOP COCKTAIL LOUNGE the Keystone Heights Lions in "The Greatest Show lnR. Sept. 12. at 7:30.: the troop were Mrs mother Mrs Ada Roljrnn --
on Earth" program about the PERSONALS and! Mr. nnl.: Mrs. C P
Authorized Motorola Phllco to
Open 9 AM.12 P. M. Except' Club. was expecting comehome Dock Tlson. lender: Mrs. GIJ1NTSHJlDDW"
:' the Brnri'ordCountv came week.We. wonder If Awards and honors werc'recently lender Perry of !Melro.se.
Sales and Service Edith: Johnson, Owner Sunday from I Gene Sapp, assistant :
J Service On All Make< Dance Every Saturday Night Hospital on Tvrrlov. Keys toners know that that given to 14 year old Mrs. Bud Thompson. committee Mrs. Scott, Tison of Orange;

.TV RADIO STEREO Personal Music of Connie and of this week following furRery. act was originated [unfortunately Chris Clements of Lacuna rhnlrmnn. R ntfrs.! Heights was n recent visitorof
not copyrighted 1 by Beach Calif., son of Mrs.Euan's .
refreshment her Mr. ami Mrs
son
COLOR TV The Fireballs Blllv Slnaleton, Aeplys
& Creative
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals 4 MILES EAST OF Mr. and! Mrs. Dirk Shafer. one in their mid it, none fouler dau hter. MrsJ chairman.Mr Dock Tison. coipuiIuHcs:3
HairStyling
iKeystvne Height 473-46S1 KEVSTON:. HEIGHTS of Minneapolis. Minn.. arrived other than Billy Rose the C. Clements. The LawniRotary \ and Mrs nock) Tlson Ernest :Moore. entertainedsome ,

Individual Beauty Care Monday evening for a commander of the new American Club presented Chris! purl daughters Carolyn. Irma. !; of his friends n-c-'ntlv .,- .
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Auto Sales & Service REAL ESTATE brief visit with Mr. and : Legion Post in Keystone with a medal for outstanding .I Mid Vicki visited Mr. and dt a. hamburger frv at hlv .
Every Form of Beauty Culture Billy service. Last year he discovered (
Ernie Tomes on Lake Mrs'l I Heights. In fact says 1 Lake Rosa home Atti-n-lln" tat=
f// LAKE LOTS he started his act on a bicycle a house on fire and.: although -
Bill Harris. Carolyn
8-5 vere
SPRING MOTORS Open Tues.-SaL ; neva.Mr. i invention oT the handicapped since 1131110*hTISTS
Lake Geneva 19500 (Term) and Mrs. Oene Williams before the :Mrs Esther !Smith of New Tlson. Paul Pcndleton, !Mar-
Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn 3.100:\ (Terms) and children will bemovlnsr motorcycle. Yes, that was a birth by deafness was able :';mvrn'L Bench, and Mrs

Complete Service & Parts For'VOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lots $:\\00 up (Terms) to Oalncsvllle! I I few years ago. and Billy I Is to alert the local fire dconrt-, Ruth Dimnho of Holly Hill I u ___
soon :
1 Keystone Height 473-4865 MORTflAOR BROKER the first to admit he isn't. ment and direct them to the summer guests of the:
wpre
where they will build a home. ,
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APPRAISAL SKHVICB: the
ettlng any younger but scene. Chris now attend .
"If It' For A VolkswagenWe Asswiateis" : They have sold their nice I. Thomas Norwonds.Rev. i
who Is? California School for the
Have It." Electrical Sales & ServiceYeoman' Mrs. M. Ilgen. 473-4819 Lake Keystone home to Mr. then DMf In Riverside. Calif. I and Mrs PattI O DRIVE IN to BANK

Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4132 and Mrs. Clvde L. Ashton 1 of Mr :Martin and daughter of
Larry Norwood son
Aiways Plenty of Good Used and sons of Melrose. I Tampa.1'1'1' Labor Dnv
Volkswagen* In Stock S.E.McKay, Realtor NEWS NOTESBy and Mrs. Thomas Norwood.!I guests of the Lf.amonVSI'no
Electrical Mr. and Mrs. Henry E recently returned to Viet .- LEAVE"EM
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I : Rev. Martin Is! Mrs Ward'brother. .
'Green Cove Springs, 281-9309 Maprann. Jr. of Jaeksorvllle Nam after a month's vIsit! "
PTion 473-41'
bv
Joined 5
I Thev were
Sales & Service were weekend guests! of MrsMaeann's Helen. 11:gan with his parents on Santa Fe!
other relatives on Sunday
RESTAURANTSBeidler's parents. Mr. and I Lake. He Is a clvllitn employee AT/HOME !
I Other recent uuests of the
Mrs George Schaeffer.
SERVICE M.
AUTO FrigidaIre Appliance of the Department of .
Maytag Washers Holiday David Schaeffer on of the COMMUNITY: CHURCH Defense' In Saigon. I Wards were' Mr. and Mrs R ,
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t' KING'Si Zenith and Motorola TVs George Schaeffers, reportedto The Church Women Exe- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Oaunt L Ward and sons of Atalnta.Oa. o.

Sleflee Heater Restaurant NAS in Jacksonville on Joined members of the varIOUS and Mr. Oaunt's sister, Mrs. I
i< Service Station Under New Ownership Tuesday morning of this circles In an all-Jay Clara Norris enlovM a Mrs. James B. Hassler left -

< P. O. Box IBS Melrow OIL PAREDES! week for basic training with workshop meeting recently. tor tour to last week to meet: Mr Ilas-,
USED CARS AT Phone 475-2371 the Naval Air Reserves. He mO-1 alec at Newport News Va Yes leave boots and
ftn Food Moderately ?r1ceiOPfiaT The women are making dolls Tenn.. where they you can your umbrella -
| BARGAIN PRICES 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull will be going to Memphis. I for the Toyland Booth at visit with Mr. and from there they will take a

NURSERY Dinner T.imrhM Tenn. for boot camp and the November bazaar and it Whltmlre. Mrs. Whitmire Is 15-day motor tour pros 1 at home. Just drive right up to
\ ELECTRICAND Ala Cart* Italian Fnod school! country to Fort Worth. Texas 1
will be appreciated If some the former Bertha Jones of Teller.sVindow and make
outdoor
:i ACETYLENE PIZZA PIES visiting friends und relative* our
1 O.C.Carnes Nursery Those who watchel Mike the husbands will make doll Lake Geneva.

WELDING' Hlway 100 Florabome BEERI Douglas on Monday, Aim. 29. beds< for a 1% Inch size. Bill Stripling nephew of enroute. deposits or withdrawals from your car.
I Block North of Red Light
4 hoping to the McOlave Rerent uuest.s of Mrs. Nell,
MELROSE 475-2131 Miles SE of Starke ;.r v'q'rrPp! HTTOHT1 !see Please call Mrs. Egan at 473- L. C. Stripling. lolned his Uncle (
,. family In "an audience Inter- 4748 If you will make coma: and aunt for a motor tripto Orayson and her sister. MM Quick and Easy!

Nursery Stock -Thousands USED CARSWE 'view" were probably disappointed doll furniture. Key W"st and South Florida -1 Dorothy Sherman were retired -

I MELROSEAuto of Plants & Fruit but they DID see The Church Women general return'ng' to spend his Air Force Colonel and SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS

Trees to choose from. Nice HAVE GOOD them. We mistakenly thought meeting win be held at vacation with them before! Mrs. D. B. Hartley an !
I Service Used Cars and Trucks they would have somethingto to his home In daughter of Melbourne ,
Shade Trees. Evergreens 7:30: p. m.: Sept 12 with returning KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
& Landscape Plants. All At Savlnc Price say on the program (maybe Mrs. Albert Bttchman In Milledxeville.: Oa. j, Beach. Mrs. Hartley is Mrs. .11.11Oravson'

I Richard Janet, Prop. in containers -plant anytime We'll Get It For You about what a nice! town charge of the program. Circle Mrs L. H. Adams of Elber- I daughter F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.

Former Owner J. I.. Motors Camellia Se azaleas.. It We Don't have It they lived In etc. .J J but at meetings start Sept. 17. ton. Oa. (Is visiting her son- Mr and Mrs. Floyd Koons
lean they were oh 'camerafor I j, enjoyed a weekend visit with. Bank In Your
Vernon Buff Garage A rummage Ale Is tentativelyplanned in-law and daughter. Mr "Your Friendly Friendly
: MaoclennyUELBOSB Lei u* da your landscaping! several 'shots.Speaking for Oct. 5-8 with. and Mrs If. W. Thornton. their ! k Uwy. 180 Keystone Hit. of the Mike :, In Tallahassee.
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to the id
&toceid4 fptltw build- Mrs. R'th Rectanwald a:
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-- Insects, keep an Poisonous Plants 'lstes. are highly infectious. I ASC Balloting I fluence envelope by should any pcisfll: ; "' *

susceptible
fcow
Hoping t depends on '
Severity Set mailed or otherwisr

I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED thumpers fsrasshoppers for. are Orgll) katy- RECREATION NEWS\ Should Be Let was you your are contaCt and how with intense For Deadline September 16 t>) the Office.Bradford AIC.'I.! t 0'' .


CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY dids and field crickets. These Strictly AloneThe the treacherous plant. A attack ty

are leaf chewers. Some a couple of reminded today "Be sure to ttian' t '
from 1 ,
pst can last Farmers "
are night eaters. best to do about 11'1 ment an the back '
thing of or important part or !thvelope -
RECREATION NEWS please send the children to\\ They hide In the ground BACK TO SCHOOL, DANCEA partment, will be held Sat poisonous pLants la to have days longer.No to. a couple weeks of a very election prnresn for ;" Morgan urues j I',".

Jpks Reno recrea Sunday School munch by the day and rasp Back To School Dance urday. Oct. 8. Registration nothing: to do with them. As known* of the committee men is not ftigned. the ballot

M. manager. Is making The Junio will be away on the ornamentals by for[ grades 7-8-9 will be sponsored tor this event Is open now at far a effectual meica treatment specuic cure itching 1 may beobtained ASC county where ballots are not b considered a,1; ,\,. '

plans for the fall recreation' in charge of the service at night. by the Starke Recreation the Recreation Center for goes, I still but relief, from washing the affected especially the ASCS County We urge all eligible ASC -:

schedule. He Is asking every- 11 The speaker will be Mrs. Chlordane w1 kill the hop Department Saturday. boys aged 8 through 13. more or lea starting from by with mailed In to The deadline for era t return their mir '

one to please watch the pa- :M. J. White. Evening service pers along; several Sept. 1 0. from 8 t 12 p. m. OMENS VOLLEYBALL strntch. and area water promptly sponging with Offlsc. ballots Is Friday. ballot by mail or in pv..'

per for the annuncmtnt.lIe wi begin at 6 p. m. The of beetles. Spray the groundas Music will b provided by An organizational meetingto The two most familiar forms soap rubbing alcohol,, and applying 1.tt.urnlll 16.Laton. prior to September in .

is planning a better program message will b delivered by well as .the plant for com The Suires. a local group. form a Women's Volley of virulent vegetation-poison calamine lotion. If diaconfort Sept. Jr. chairman In case an eligible

for the Fall. Including Rev. L. A. Sampson. Visitorsare plete control. : stag auj ivy and poison oak look Morgan '
held compress does not
Cents ball will be wet receive
flag football. baseball, and always welcome t attend Summer Is lay-by time for $1 drag The dance will Tuesday League night Sept. 13, at much aLike: The heavilyveined p 'sI8t. apply' solution a diluted ASC County that through( the mall he I 1 n,
the (out .
recreational services. That Is let the Recreation b"l leave comes in threes: using Committee: points I
other games. many gardeners. held at a p. m. In the armory. League ono part to about 25 parts of have been contact the ASCS County" < .
Jackson I la planning Choir No. One will hold of the garden rest. tennis courts pretty flowers are yeJIowlsh- two envelopes
Mr. area partment is really
attack
par play will start Tuesday night.IIIEN'S and clustering fruits : water. If the the ballots sent flee. Generally, a farm -, !. .
In the rehearsal each first and third mailed with
for greater succes than let the sun will be chaperoned by adults.I gl'ee doctor.
: serious er, tenant or shavecropp.eligible .
: CIVIC resemblingthis -nl I of recordIn .
Pal activities. He was very Tuesday nights at the bleach the si into a sand BANTAM BOYSEOOTIL'.LL I I II j I are round. Plants I reliable Immunizing to all eligible voters to vote \
i VOLLEYBALL LEAGUEAn description should be No completely office. One envelop or to hold .,'.
county
pleased with the progress church. All choir membersare dune. Plant plot to a cover I I I been the
who agent flee as a comrnittemmi .
nature lover other
avoided. The h and the :: i
plain
that made by the participants asked to please attend. organizational meeting Is
w crop.A REGISTRATION I I itches with curiosity to find found 8 far. There are some statement printed on 18 not restricted by I-PR-O', !.
In the summer Prayer meeting Is held each legume cover will Increase to form a Men's Civic Leaguein 1
color
both girls and boys. He Is Thursday night at 7:30.: All the nitrogen supply in the Registration for the Boys Volleyball will be held out how they smell or feel that help decrease sUcepUbl- the back. The farmer should rare, creed or natloni
curiosIty ,but thorough origin.
with less -
asking the continuous support member and interested per soli. Crotalarla or cowpeasare Bantam Football Program Thursday night. Sept. 15. at may end up itch. has ity to be Hhown. To ama- sign this statement. A stenn-I
lot yet
and more
a
of the parents end well sons are invited' t attend two excellent summer started Tuesday. Sept. 6. and, the armory. All Starke CIvcClubs teur but susceptible botanist, ture bv mark, I wltnosed,

wishers of the community.Everyone these services fo spiritual green-manure crops which \1 continue through Sept. are invited to Poison sumac another common Christmas Seal Association will qualify. IY RKfJISTF.RKn: < o\\\,

Is asked t please strength. Junior Church will check weed growth and This activity wi be forboys the meeting and participatein menace, i II a tall mostly plantor your, suggests this safety rule: The ballot should be marked Willis Shel'woor of. s- ,,I.,

visit the recreation center meeting wi b held each give the garden a neat ap ages 10, 11, anr 12. witha the league. treelet that grows When} in doubt face about and then sealed Inside the

and make helpful criticismsto Monday at p. m. Parentsare pearance. The crotalarla will minimum weight of 65 FlAG, FOOTBALL In cool leaves, moist, swampy ovnji-shaped areas. and forward ore the double! plain envelope. No other ma- recently purchased MX ,?,,,..
The
the manager. Watch the asked to please send the produce a yellow canopy of: pounds and a maximum of An organizational meeting are terial should be enclosed. The lered Angus
of about' 7 to :, L
come j
paper for the Fall registra children t meetlns. You are blossoms this fall. I 10. to form a Men's Flag Foot- I groups the plain envelope should then COWl frn
13 smooth
on
are up-
Invited. attend meeting If you plant cowpeas, be I'USTPSS KICK ball League will be held surface.All Plastic Notebook $ .30 at the be put Inside the envelope Lester of Apopka.A .
tion.The per
schedule Is 4:30: to with the children.Mt. sure to choose a nematode- COMPETITIONThe Monday nIght Sept. 12 at 8 slml- TELEGRAPH. with thp statement on the .
have
6:30: Monday through Friday. Plsgah AME Church. resistant variety such as Iron annual p. m. at the Recreation Cen- three plants back. This statement Is a.
PP&K red
competition lur effects. The skin gets
Watch the paper for any: Rev. Killings pastor Sunday 0'! Brabham. sponsored by Terwllle- ter. Minimum age for participation and itchy, and blisters usual .\ClnH.llr In the TELE-: certification that the ballot CJiiMHlnetl In tim TEH, j$

change that will be made in School at 10 a. m. with Mrs Summer Chorea will be 19 years. was marked by the farmer ( result
car Motors and conducted byte ly Affected skin areas. J.brlnl"
l
ring" results.
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the schedule. Anna Wright in charge a Two chores which cannotbe develop GR.\"I personally without undue In-
DeWOTICB
Parks & Recreation and leakage from
LEGION AUXILIARY 314 nipt. Parents are asked t avoldedi during hot weather -I watery

Te regular monthly meet- please send the children t are mcrwln.i the lawn and NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .
LEGAL
,n American Legion Auxiliary Sunday School. shearing the hede. Both Jobs I LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES -

314 will be held Mon- I have to be tackled when the PROPOSED AMENDMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 1966 _

day. Sept. 12, at 7 m. ofnjfS growth demands It. CONSTITTONAL thirds ((2-3)) of his then compnsaUo Orange Countto revise 1M ;,
the
numbered by secretary
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1. OF GENERA EI.ECTIOH BE IT RESOLVED by Lgl. created, they may d tions to has served for ( boundaries of any Justice" ui;
If he
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: High 8ehol mm- LWI grass, allowed to :row WHEREAS. the Legislature ol lature of the State of .: so by majority vote of the .I.elor of state, to provide a procedure or more as justice or Judge of such peace' district in Orange Cautwithout '
hprare' attend. All Go likely to KO 11)69.) under the Constitution o 1881 That Article VI. Section 1 01 the of said municipality voting in a for the selection dl.elplne. court or Upon an order for referendum upon .-r
t I jLet's to tal I t of the St.itn. of Florida pain Florid Constitution b amended election upon said issue.e. : retirement and removal, courl. ". or judge shall tlon. public hearing, and publliM >'
loyal members are to remember seed. Als delayed cutting Joint Reuluton. proposing amend forth below that sold The e r.dlorl o any governmental .. Justice of the supreme court Judgeof and thereby ba removed from office, and notIce of the same; providing; i t
this membershiptime. will leave a harmful layer of menu 1 of "e resolution be submitted M the eleu unit or abolished a district court of appeal his salary shall cease from the date no existing justice of the pot*
I State 0 Florida and they i tors of Florida for ratification or under this section shall be pro judge of a circuit court; providingan of such order. The supreme court district shall be dissolved ",.
Let us' be first In District clippings that may shade theremalninir agreed t by a vote of threvftfthiof rejection at the general election t tected. Bonded or other indebtedness effective date. shall make rules providing for the as otherwise provided by law

4 this to be 100 percent leaves. the member elected to each be held in November. 1IMM: existing at the effective date BE I RESOLVED by the Lelsla. procedure before the commissionand BE IT RESOLVED by the L year Gardenjn house. of said Joint Resolutions SECTION 1. Eleclortver per- of any government established hereunder of the State of the referee and the extent tore of the State of Florida:
In this effort.-Mrs C. Sheared hedges which are were entered upon their respective so of the tenly.on. ((21)years !) ahal be enforceable only That an amendment to Article V which communications shall t That the amendment act f fo"

McNeil president. allowed to become snappy Journals with tba yea. and and upward thlt .hal at against real and personal prop of the Florida Constitution by addingthe privileged or confidential, providedthat blow t Article V of the State C.
By le" nays thereon. and they did determine he time of registration cltl erty theretofore taxable for sections set forth below to be the entry of order ofdiscipline by adding a new 'i
CIU'Rl NEWS Florida Agricultural Extension before being clipped must be and direct that the said Joint zen of the United States and that purposes. numbered by the Secretary of State upon. removal or retirement. the be numbered by the secretary d I
Th Church of and In extensively. Therefore.large Resolutions be submitted to the electors shall have resided and had his habitation d. Such other provisions .might I Is agreed to and that sad, amendment record shall no longer remain con- state Is agreed to and shill be ,. I
Service pruned of the State of Florida at the domicile home and place of be required by law. be submitted to the electors of Identlal. A justice judge b* milted to the electors of Florida itratification '
Christ will observe annual stems are cut and bare General Election o Nov.ml a, permanent abode in Florida for cne ((9) The provision. of such charier Florida for ratification or refection disqualified In any 0 aha involving or rejection at :the -..

Women's Day this Sunday at areas shown on the hedge sur- 1000. ((1)> year and In "e county for six and ordlDanc. enacted pur.uat at the general election t be h.1 InNovember. his own dclpUn.proeeecnl. general eletoD to b held in Is ;
NOW. THEREFORE. 1. TOM ((8) months In such county shall conflict any 1U66: supreme ,vember. : .
3 p. m. The speaker will be Editor: face. The best answer to trim ADAMS. Secretary o Sta' o theStat. be deemed a qualified elector at an provllo., of this constitution nor SECTION Appointment and court ment shall or I.moval.by provide for thedisqualification SECTION-. Orange eountr.boundaries .
By Hervcy Sharp of Florida. elections under this constitution. special or local laws of and certain rle member of of justice of pe.ictricts. <
d election
and mowing Justices any
Missionary Bryant of Gain Florida Agricultural Extension ming: hedges notice that aGENERAL & Provided however. the 1011.I"tur. now or hereafter applying t Hills judges.(1) .- the commission o referee and for .-The board of county coir* 1
esville. Sunday School will beheld lawns during the summer Is ELECTION may provd for voting borough county. be forte ad hoc o of a person mlssioners Count 'u
Service shall eligible the appointment
will be held in each County In president and vice- (Ie) The government established ( No person time po 'nge sir
at 9:45.: The public Is.Invited Gardenias are like jokes-- to tackle the Job often andtrim 'Iurldl on the first Tuesday after president ot the United States by hereunder .hal be recognized as a'' office of Justice of the supreme to take. the place of a disqualifiedperson. change any or u o. boundary

t to attend thee little at time. the first November.which persons who have become residentsof county. one of the, legal or judge of a district r the h.pe dislntt, '
servIces a a p unless ha is a citizen of ((4) In the event a Judge is removed any justice
tend to get smutty. but who have state of appeal
both be 8. 1009. the Florida litical subdivisions of the
MndCvC within Orange County W'lhWf.rendum '
; Sta.o and fora from office his judicial serVo
Elder Williams Spanish MomSpanish and unless he is
D. R. this state
clean- for the rejection of not the residency xcquirementa the rights privileges dute.! from ; provided that no esasil'g
Even you oppose pwer. has shall not Immunity
of ten ((10)) years Ice
I of the said of and of a county period prvd. .
pastor.Mt. moss-festoons propos'log eletor Florida bar for professional justice of the pence district j )m'dissolved
Jokes remember all a member of the : ec disciplinary \
Inn up : amendments t the Constitution may also exercise the power! or otherwise eliminatedcept >
Morlah Methodist gardenias are no I h'cl beauty often become the State 'Iorda via: SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION I of a municipality. Said government no person shall b.lgbl. for court misconduct performed duringhis as otherwise provided b}
o 0
smutty office of judge terra office or prior I
&.ret.
NO. 43.1 and
shall have the right sue '
I in shade and fruit t b o A public hearing shall be he'd'
a
Church. RPV. H. P. Hudson laughing matter. pest NO. 1 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing sued. unless he la a citizen of this state withdays' '. c
the proposed resolution '
of NO. S
I trees. SENATE JOINT amendment of article XVI. section established and unless he Is. and for a period
pastor. Church School 10 a. you'vegot RESLUO an (7)) Any government notice published In u na''
Like telling a Joke I NO. 12, of the constitution of the hereunder be entitled to receive five ((9) years has been, a memberof SENATE JOINT '
m. with Rv. Mrs. Essie Holland build up to the punch The s\aylui grey beards of A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing state of Florida: providing I for the from the .>hal of Florida from the Florida bar. The judges of NO. RE\ paper .of general circulation I m, n.county. ,


Lee Jackson t smut. the air plant add age to treescausing an amendment t Article XVII. seal: providing for the state flag; the United States or from any other other court shall be citizens of thisstate A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan
line. So. before the to die befol'etheir section 2 of constitution of providing for submission to the agency. public or privat funds and .>.denl> of the county amendment to Section 9C of NO. H
and Miss Carolyn Taylorin them Any senator or member of Article V of the Florida Constitution -
talk about whitefllea.Whlteflles Florida: providing that revision electors. revenues to is, or .erve JOINT RESOLUTIOM
charge. let'l time. The moss does not adopted o Whereas the description the I may hereafter and also of representatives otherwise to provide for separate offices SEAT. NO. 67
I they reproduce but 'Io''I\: bi the state flag presently In .:was all funds and r.venuea b.ntted. which an qualified shall be .lgbl for of the State Attorney of the Thir.teenth A JOINT RESOLUTION prnpo.'J| ''J
Lovefeast service will be according to scedule. will k1 by feeding on trees at pilce in the constitution Incorporated municipality is or may appointment or election Judicial ((13th) Judicial Circuit andProsecuting amendment to Sect 'i i 29
choking out the life giving tion.BK 11'1 I hereafter be entitled, and to receive office notwth.tndlng that it Attorney or CountySolcllr Article XVI of the State etftlon ..
held at 11. Evening worshipat soon become a problem on IT RESOLVED by the Legislature andWhereas, since that time the the same without diminution or loss may have be.n creted emoluments of the Criminal Court of providing that ,-ach c -
4 p. m. All members and gardenias llgstrums and other sun light. of the State t of Florida: and used in the flags ofthe by reason of any such governmentas Increased during the Urn for of Hillsborough County: nation of property jur> .hal b'
To banish the unwanted That article XVII, Section 2 of the 'rJUI and the several may be established. Nothing here which he was elected. providing for appointment o assistants composed of twelve '12'' ;
friends are invited to attend. ornamentals. One way of Florida constitution b. amended asSet have been modified in contained shall preclude sucli SEIONDI.clpUne., retire and prescribing dute and BE RESOLVED by the Legs :.'

Greater Allen Chapel An\\ checking for an Infestation member of the pineapple forth below and that said reeolU.Uofl government aa may DB establishedhereunder ju.te8 and powers: providing for apporionment I of the State of Fhnd.i'
drench It with Bor- be submitted to the electors of Wh.r.as, it fa desirable that the from receiving sll funds c.rtal judle.UI ..- of appropriated That the amendment tel forth ..;
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson buildup Is I to shake a limb family a Florida for ratification or rejectionat fag of the great and sovereign state and revenues from whatever source ) Except a t provides for mandatory County Commissioners; providing low to Section 2:1! of Article: XM;
pastor. plant. If a cloud duau mixture. Make the spray the general election t be held in Florida maintain II place with now r.cclved. or hereinafter received retrement this section shall that informations now pending agreed to and shall be -Jbmittcd, 'i
Sunday 10 suspected
8ho1 a. of a Nov.mh.r. liMla the flags of the states this by law. apply 1 the supreme -I II shall not be invalidated! providingan the electors of the T ,nf,
m. with Mrs. F. Delestlc \ of whitrflips rises from the by mixing 6 pounds of cop- Section 3-I at any time the leg naUol and the world without being (181> The board of county commissioners "judge orf district effective dnte. tion or rejection at t.1 tell 0 genr-

In charge. Teachers will be leaves the answer IH obvious. per sulphate or blue stone islature by vote of two Ihlrd of disproportionate in size. Now There- of HlUahorough county shall I courts appeal and circuit courts.It BE IT RESOLVED by the Leglsla election held to 1f .Noteirir-
and 2 of lime .n 100 au members o both for be abolished when the functions, du shall be the sole method of OH- lure of the state of Florida: 'OR.- t b d.
preteut to greet the studel\t. ror whitefly control Entomologist -' pounds determine revision of this IT RESOLVED by the Legislature powers and responsibilities of I clDllnlntf. automatically: or I involuntarily Section 1. That the amendment to 1 -"SECTION: 29 CondemnMin ofproperty
All \ gallons of water.Don't constitution I. necessary such determination Of th state of Florida: t. board shall be transferred In : retiring or removing such I Section Arlcl. V of the Florida compensationNo i"
parents ; p'
are asked to James BroRdon with shall be entered upon That al.tcl. XVI. section 12. of the manner to be provided by the justices or judges, provided that all D o set forth belowIs I property nor right ot \ av ni ,"
the Agricultural Extension expect the moss. to their respective journals, with the the o the state of FlorIda -/charter to the government established such justices or judges .hal be agreed to and ahal be Submitted 'appropriated to the use any cow
yeas and nay thereon. Notice of be amended follows, la herebyagreed section. No misdemeanor Florida for 0
drop from the trees the day pursuant to this liable to impeachment to the electors ration individual r f..U 1 '
Get Your Bugs Service. says use a malathion sid action shall be published week to and shall be submitted other office for by in office. AU justices and ratification or rejection at the general or therefor .rtall be i .-.
after spraying for may one newspaper m every countyin to! the electors of the state for rntiIcatton constitution shall U. dI retire at pensatlon .
spray. Mix 2 teaspoons of 57 I IVIid by judges .hal automatically election t b held I November, made to the owner or 11 I t -T.-M
take a couple of for which a newspaper is published or rejection at the general or pursuant to age ((70) except those whoh.ld of *h"
O The G-O-! per cent emulsiflablp mala- years for three ((3) month preceding the election of November, 11)66) : (I) This seton not restrictor .any Judicial office on July 1. 106.ARTCE T t him by deposit'lrrespecti\mont' .
touch .strands of wirelikefibers next general 13. Seal of State of Flor- compn.lton.
thon gallon of water. .Ieclon representatives Seton Iml the In the enact 037: provided. however that such County Improviiientposed
per and In counties here Id.; fag.-The present seal general!, special or local mandatory retirement shall not prohibit any .' "i
of the pHnt to become, o offices of the State Attorney and by such eorpnratl' n "
Cal Sooty mold on leaves of no new.papr I publsh.d. noU.ehal o th.tl the seal laws otherwise provided 1 tnls a Justice or judge from servingthe County Solicitor-On and after the ,ual shall be ascertained, bv !t.i' .
brittle enough to fall. For a the sov of Florida. The utiito constitution. which he .
11. to was
t. entire term ,
> "r.
pONlng "
'
1 Is associated conform ..tandardcommercial first Tuesday after the first MondayIn ((12)) jurors In a couil
ornamEntals polling precincts such coun. flag wit ((10 Should this resolution be re- or elected if he attains 'cri '4
twist out
riddance pro
quicker for six weeks next sizes and of the following applnle January, 1K69. there hall be aProsecuting jurisdiction aa shall b
LORIDAEST with whiteflles. unlzlit- tel precedml ected by the electors 1 of Hills- birthday after serving al Attorney of the Criminal
Te the moss by using a hook attached election. The proportions and description: borough county then this I xesolu-: one-half of such term. lw
Iv black smut a fungus election may vote for or against the The sen! of the state, of diameter shall null and las( There shall be a judicial qualifications Court of Record of Hillsborough,
to a long fishing ton b void be Solicitor NO 12
cane.IsIM County
revision In question. If a majority one-half the hoist I the center ofa commission of: RESOLUTION
that thrives on Uk'W
eXI'rlton of the electors so voting be In favor white ground. bars In width NO. 8 comp.ed rot. separate official SENAT.JOINT
from Immature ap- of the legislature chosen one-fifth hoist extending from (a) Two (2)) Judge a four (4)) NO. 853
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. lear -
1 HKilSTKKKI: : ; "t'L. at r.v.lon. shall provide by each th toward the 175 courts of appeal appointed by theudges hy the qualified electors A JOINT RESOLUTION pr'n> -Can ,
CONTROL hlds. mealybugs and soft law for a convention t revise the the outer rim of the cenlr t A JOINT RESOLUTION of those courts two II circuit County as other state and county amendment to Article I >'-
scales. Controlling the Insects Clyde Cone of Smoker recently constitution and .h.1 provle. fur .a the addition of propo.I( > court judges appinte by judgesof officials are elected and whose compensation State Constitution b> add spec.1 t "
those shall be fixed law. Said 2A a
by tlon providing
s1 the conduct and :
con.
S section 7 V of
NO. of Article the state
) t C CQ. usually prevents the black purchased an Aberdeen- I ventlon. The convention Bhal tie held COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR constitution, to authorize the lug.hilature (b) Two ((2)) members of the Florida County Solicitor, .hal perform the sion for purpose of ..Irgaswearing '.Ii
mold. Angus bull from T. VV. Baker .llhln six ((6)) months pa.a\e HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO to require county judges bar. who shall have pr.icvced functions and of a. Count in new member'
I law. providing for the law In this stata for at K'a'.t e ght Solicitor In the Criminal electing officer.--
VISTA to of the Florida bar
964-3965 The UdirV lonc-srundmii: & Sons of Lake Geneva. to the convention RESOLUTION proposing in b member by special acts.sub- 1 tat. years aopolnted by the b, nr'l of Record of HlllsborougH County, Florida BE IT RESOLVED by Ih,' r I.S; *
ton. Dcl'Iales and be JOIN cnunte. of the Florida bar and ns prescribed nun'capital ture of the stiiu- of Fl a ,
mold frequent appor. to article V of ; : "
for U governor Yal
sooty
II lec ainendr i
I felony teaser That the following ,
c1re toned among the Various counties the constitution providing the RESOLVED by the Legislature r fc) Three ((3) citizens, roes of cases 'dWoheI C., -
For Professional Pest dash of soapy dish wa the' membership of the of of and of of offenses In said Article III of the Stair -
TIlE RIGhT POINT for hou. consolidation municipal the State of Florida: whom ihall have been a rdstdont agreed t I' :
ter. Men prefer use oil representatives 14 apportioned. The county governments in Hillaborough I That the amendment to lection 7 his state for at least five |t5)) ears. I After said time there shall also be adding Section 2A :Is o,, :
Inspections & Estimate t way you write. Come I ant, convention upon adoption of county adding section 2 of Article V of the slate constitution neither of whom shall be a justice a State Attorney of the Thirteenth(13th shall Tie submitted to tho rat .
b >
emulsion spray. Caution: select your fiivnrlte ESTKK- vised constitution shall c tyre thereto: by adding subsection 1lt) forth or Judge of any court active cr re- ( ) Judicial Circuit In and for Florida for ratification tu or i" < >,." '
Control Free Don't apply oil sprays ten copy of it to the governor. BE IT RESOLVED by the legislature -I below is agreed to and shall be submitted tIred, nor a member of the Floridaar Hillsborouxh County who shall be a the general election
t BROOK fountain penS TELE- printed copies of the revised con of th.State of Florida: to the electors of the state appointed by the governor. separate official elected by the qualified Nov.mbl. IBM: .
I der plants I the temperature GRAPH. ntltution .hal be transmitted by the That 'h. following amendment t I for ratification or rejection at the I When a member appointed under electors of that circuit in the 2A. Special > Ci-
above 85 secretary state to the clerk of article VIII of the constitution of next general held in paragraph la') ceases to a judge same manner as other state and, organizational purpo.-Th.I .
electo. b f
ezrees. t
'I the circuit court of each county and state nf Florida Is agreed to November. }: b the from he was county officials to serve a t.rl of, lature >hli meet on the tIle 1'''
tdbro
I. five ((5) to the county judge ol and shall be the electors Section 7. County Judges' courts. appointed or a member appointed four (4)) years who shall the Tuesday November after
I each county. These copies shall be I of the state of Florida fnr ratification 14)) Prescribed qualification suhorlzed. under paragraph (Ib) ceases to ba a duties prescribed by law. Including oral election for the puipo- '
,, distributed throughout the varou or rejection at the next T. legislature may require member of the Florid oar, or a but not limited to, prosecution of orlanlzRton. swearing In new No ,''tn.r
counties and shall be I general election.Article by subject to approvalby member appointed under paragraph all capital felony ca.e ber .el.ctlnl ollcer. .
examination by any person de.lrnl VIII ia nereby amended referendum within the county (Icl becomes a justice or judge of The legislature may orovHe for business .hal
to examine same for a hy adding section 24 1 read as that the county Judge of any county any court or a member of he t lorda Assistant State and Special -
toast three ((3) months immediatelypreceding I follows: be a m.mb.1 of the Florida bar; bar, his membership on the commission Atorney. State At NO. RESOLLJTI9NO. II '
the next general election. Section 24. f1> T. electors of provided law shall not terminate and a successor .Inve.lgator. County Solicitors HOUSE JOINT
At this election the consu Hillsnnrough. are hereby al.clIh. .hal A.slstnt 576 ,
rev.e term of office or the be appointed for the and for '
tutlon shall f9 the ranted the to adopt a charter of No memberof Invesllalol A JOIN RESOLUTION i ii i ''I!
b power any county Judge holding officeon remainder of his term. the County Solicitor : 'i X
elector of state for approvalor for a government which shall exercise the date of Its enactment who is the commission appointed. under County. Florida, and all Assistant to Artiry, ">*' ,
N0TICET0THEWe lection. If a majority of the any and all power for Countyand no a member 0 the Florida bar. paragraphs (fbi) or (c) shall be eligible Slate Attorneys and Assistant County state con.I.lulon. adding fundcommodities '
voting the which this, HA. ,
upon
municipal purposes succeed
.lectr .v.lon to hma.lf. Exojpt as Solicitors and Investigators iiallbe and merc'iJ. 3
constitution shall constitution the legislature& by : NO. 7
approv. or provided herein. of the '
constitution shall nns appointed by the Stale Attorneyand commonly known al stock n ;
the revised
local law.
eme. general special or SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION I commission shall hold a pu'jlfc' o.'fice the County Solicitor respectively livent-r- "
inventory and .
take effort immediately suchapproval countyor or
upoa conferred Hlllsborough .
I upon NO. (1112 and no member shall hold office in and sworn in by the court and '
In
the Such be exempted part
b) .ll any municipality thervin. A RESOLUTION proposing a political party. The compnatinn such Assistant and in,'
JOIN Attorneys :
I these Stat Talorem taxation as per ,
government shall exercise terms of office of memtvjr of
Section 7 of County work under
!
I NO. I power by the enactment of ordi- Article .V of th. Slat.t Constitution an: commission shall be f>xd bylaw the direction of said State Attorneyand I'be' :f,
in the of central SENATE JOINT lances which relate to government providing h e provided that not more than County Solicitor and shall \ uniform rbrt'ghn" ul .
are process installing new NO. RtUI of Hillaborough county and violation provide vide the number of : trruJ:; one third (M t'il of the terms of the full authority to do and :any .
RESOLUTION suitable penalties for the in each members shall terminate in any two .
A. JOINT proposing shall have county and of the official duties and that WHEREAS ft generally I .
office equipment in Starke. a mendm.nt Article VII of the thereof. Such government Jurisdiction, In cases county ((2) year period. No recommendation the State Attorney and Solicitor I and Ill'
t nlzed wares
abolish any Cuol that goods
no power create or of commission to the ; .
; Section t otherwise judl.'S court: deleting the re- supreme may do and chandlse, commonly Kno in '
6A to sid Article to provide for munlclpaUt. except as that county Judges la- shall be valid unless concurredm filed m the trade" "invenion
Pending "stock la or
and of provtdd all licensesBE by two of its members. Informatons '
the employment appointive sue "Ird j
by Criminal of Kills- constitute class of personal pr-
> method and manner a
county superintendents of Te IT RESOLVED by the Legislature The shall elect one ;i"i
need
which of Hillsbnrough borough County shall not 'nvall- that inherent
ty serves an
electors
( Its chair b
instruction. of the State of Florida serve aj
public shall : II o m.mbr t dated this amendment for the succeslftillion
county shall exercise this power by requirement
.1.cted
IT RESOLVED by the Legislature That the amendment Bet forth be- J"
BE
WILL NECESSITATE for the and the builneinel.WHEREAS > .
THIS be set forth In a charter low In any way hereby: of modern day .
of the StsM of of Florida: government of Hlllsborough county to Section 7 of Artcl. V o the ((3)) Any justice o Judge ti whom Solicitor may file amended informa such property
I That the amendment Section I which charter shall presented to State Con.muton Is and this; section applies may be d'aoiplm tions in any such ca..I and when pur.h..d or held for the use -f :;
CHANGING MOST TELEPHONE NUMBERSIN of Article of the State Constitution ln shall to the electors of
VII b ed *
said electors bv commission by private reprimand or removed neressarv. for resale purpoWHEREAS. .
by addition to said Article : the for ratification or rejectionat '
established "legisla front office for willful or persistent County Commissioners propert)
of Section e.et forth below Is the next general election T. shal. r '
ture. The provide t be allure to perform his duties or this amendment vary from qulJc i""
STARKE agreed to and Ih.1 b submitted to for' the continuing existence any held in Nov.mbcr. 19SH: habitual Intemperance rr condurt, fective apportion the funds aopro- to cloth andWHEREAS. '
the electors of for ratifies.hon charter commission or may establish County Judgea' unbecoming a member of the judiciary printed for the operation of the State property *\
ABOUT APRIL 1 1967 or rejection: at the .general election a charter commission or commissions Courts 0" he may be In'ol"nl.ly'' Attorney's Office between the State include fast turnover Item
In he held in November. 1'IKO: subsequent to an Initial commission ((1) EABLISHMEN. Ter. shal retired for disability .. I Attorney's Office and the CountySolicitor slow turnover Items the tru rl>..
I SECTION toe In those counties without regard,1 any election be a coly Jd. I __n fering with performance of his *. Office on the basis of the value of which Is often bOth .n
authorized appoint a superintendent held char- county. duties I chr.. I load. personnel sssigned In the and
or elections any I or is likely to become I case tarn and speculative .
of public Instruction under Ar- ter or charters theretofore presented. <(2)> COUNTY JUDGES There .bal permanent In nature. After' State Attorney's Office to handlethe WHEREAS it Is of benefit :' ; :
tlcta XII of the state constitutionthe A charter. shall become effective I be in each county a county such "vejtigatlon as It deems' duties, of the newly created citizens of this i state to ml -"
superintendent shall serve at only upon ratification by a majorityof I county Judges m such number at necf the judicial County Solicitor and the cost of successful business operation.adequately .- .;
Please take this possible change into consideration the pleasure of the board providedthat the electors of Hillsborough county the legislature shall provide who may qualllealon.com' oneratlons of said two ((2) o'flc.es. cm "
the board may enter Inl a voting In a special I.hal be elected by the qualified elec- ; the removal. heringCOIC..I 1 contract of employment election of the county at the time and > Commissioners of .b tr.i*
as ro of .
when orders for IJJella' a justice or judgeor ardHf WHEREAS.
placing printed appointed county superintendentwhich (Ot) The (cations. places of voting for other county Jlrement h supreme court to County .hal funds Inventory Is property In' ;
contract shall not extend beyond term of office filling officer and shall hold office for four appoint I three (3) special referees, as to may be reamnaaly required between capital,and P" i::0'
stationary and other supplies. the thirtieth day of June I vac.mclci In the membership of any ((4 years. Comp.nl.ton .hal b. as who shall be active or retired justiCes for the operation nf the State .lag8 money in tramit' > "
the year In which the trm. of charter commission established pursuant provided or judges of courts cf record, Attorney's Office and County Solici, THEREFORE.
majority of the the to this section and the powers. ((3)) JURISDICTION. The county to: hear and: take evidence In any tor's BK IT RESOLVED by the ted .
ollce.
bad of public Instruction shall ex Functions and duties of any such ludges courts shall have orllnaljunld.clon such matter and to report tnereon I express Intent ( f the ture of the State of Florida _. .
The county superintendentshall commission provided by in all eases at and the electors of the -
b to the commission. All hiarinirsshall L..t.lalur. That the amendi .
not be commissioned by the law. .al demand or value of prop be held in the county in which 81' t. of lord. to create offices, Article IX folowlnl. const. .
governor but shall be required to <(45 A charter any erty Involved shall be as the resides.TesUmony of the and County '
New Number : Justice or judge Involved Attorn.y adding section 14A Is agreed ..
AssignmentsWill file with the county board of publicInstruction commission bl :drr n to by the legislature: of proceeding shall be under oath. Solicitor in IhlsborolMh County. shall be submitted to the dec
a ,good and sufficient tnts section shall : relating t the forcible or unlawful administered by a member the Florida spearate.distinct of Florld.i for .
Be Available About January 1 1967 : bond and In such sum and upon a. The governments t. city of detention. 0 lands and tenements; commission or a special r.f.r.0, and and unconnected with each tlon at the general:c'\IetO\ 1
such conditions as the legislatureby Tampa and the county Hillrf- and of criminal cases as the subject the pnjtry.I other so that the same shall be and held In November ):
I law shall, prescribe for electivesuperintendents borough shan be consolidated, and legislature may pr.crb.The coun. after t penail., consider- exist as they did In said County before Section 14A. Exemption: stock "itrade.
as provided by Section the structure of the new local ,ov..rnmet ty Judges' courts u : the record and report (if the ref. the first Tuesday after the first Goods wares, comm d .
7. Article Vlll at t stile shaD Include: don of the settlement of the f erees. the commission find good Monday in January of 1MI. and commonly *r .j
e.Utut. executive branch. the chief of decedents and minor, to ord cause! therefor it shall recommendto Section 2.. Tl resolution shall as merchands. or inventr. v "-
I officer of which shall be responsiblefor the sale of real estate of deedent the ..pr.m. court the re-noval become only upon Ita approval livestock, may be exempiedtnfrom ?''
INDEPENDENT M. the administration government and minors, to take discipline or retirement r>f tne jus by a majority of the electors ad valorem taxation atonal
HOUSE RIUOl 0 to grant letters testamentary and of tice or judge. The supreme court voting In a r.lerendum election to or tangible property si 'helegislature
I NO. 2 An elected legislative bnnch. administration and guardianship.and : shall review the record of the proceedings be held In Hillnborough County at may prescribe byf;
RESOLUTION proposingan election to discharge the dutiea usually and tints and, the election beheld operit'i"'
A JOINT to membeship. pw.r. on the law t eral law of uniform
TELEPHONE CORPORATIONOF amendment to Article VI. Section and duties which .hal b pro pertaining to cnr of prb.I.. The shall order removal dlsclollae o I ;ol'Prlmar _
I t of the Constitutionto vided by 0 county Judge te powerof retirement, aa it finds just IN': \ I JJJVJ
provide for v 'by residents 3. A Judicial branch shall committing magistrates.MO. proper, or wholly reject the commis I NO. M Tlg v\VHEEO J

I not meeting the qualt".ton o only have Jurisdiction In the enfor..1 5 sion's recommendation. Upon an, HOSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO the State
FLORIDA electors hi ment of ordinances enacted bv the' order for Involuntary retirement for I 74S Florida at Tallahassee the Ca
president and vice-president of the 11.laU" branch created by this COMMITTEE SUST: roa disability the justice or Judge shall A .OI RESOLUTION proposing this the 24 ta day August. A. D.
United States, and to remove therequirement SENATE I thereby be retired at retirement pay to Article V of the 1956 )0
that naturalized o'a7ens -I b. Should the electors of the municipalities NO 411 ft a be fired by law which a o a State Constitution by adding a
must present their naturalization of Plant City or Temple A JOINT RESOLUTION proponing justice of the supreme court judgeof I section to be numbered by the TOM ADAMS
I certificate a copy thereof Terrace wish to consolidate their amendment to Article V of the a district court of appeal O circuit a of state authorising the (SEAL) uf dtat4S1t.

I 1 *0va rrgatacWg 0 luNI_ wtUk UM government Florida CiMMtttutloo by adding see- judge snail u*>t be less two board : omujjilsMunera uf .!.aI .cretuJ

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AT LIBRARY Burchardt A western: with -Emlo< Quinn It a Walter crutslng the lake looking for I tery In Franklui County Ala I Services SaturdayFor Staike.; 21 giandchildicn. 20 r

Die setting in oil-rich Okla Mlttylnh high school teacher. something of "interest" when I DeWitt' C Jones li'uneral : I gient gi."an
THE GHOST CAR. by Bill homa. who weaves a sorial fantasy they noticed a boat in trouble Home waa In charge of local I Mr. WilkersonOf gl..a.t-gl'ellt grandchildren GLASS That'* Our Business

Knox An engineering marvel NO MORE BUGLES IN as Agent 021 and has a love In the Big Lake. They I arrangements service* were held I
FuneujJ
which ran without clutch THE SKY. by Richard life with Doris nut he tries vent over to the disabled Lawtey I .
at 2 ''nfm Saturday in the "If It's Glass We Ha** H"
gearbox or drive shaft William hofer. In thla novel a to escape both when the tribulations boat [motor smelled like I Funeral Services ,I Long lljinch Bupttat. Church I
Gndson
Bud '
NeW-I of his professionaland ( ) Wllkerson I CALL
Carter la found murder of World War II pilots WRITE or VISIT
burned toast to use a quote)I. with Rev. (leorgc! Chlsm and .
ed and the search for un'mBwered sent by the CIA on a dally life become too bur hooked on, towed it safelv tl1''For Mrs. Rosier 76 lifelong! ,icsldent. of Bradford Rev. C. L Tyler officiating I' FOR ANY GLASS NEED Ii

questions taken tlo inspectors which carries. them far densome. on'' County. diod Thiirwluy Brunch
Interment In
the public boat landing Held I was Long
to the north of Si'ot- the skies over North Vietnam. I the Sunday Sept 1, nt his home near Lawley under direction of We Design! :Modern Store Fronts
the Little Lake wished Cemetery
.... .. after ,
.YYY a lingering Illness
and where the Ghost Cu.- was SECRET OF SANTA fisheimen aboard better hick I Mrs. Alice L. Rosier. 83. ofLoiwtey. DcWltt C. Jones Funenil" Just Mail Us A Pattern For

about to have Its teat run. TORIA by Robert vrr-I next time and went on about dioil. Friday< Sept 2.4n Mr. Wilkemon wns born In Home I Table TopsSHEA'S
They were certain of fact: Bradford County on. Fob. 4,
one A
: contest between a INDIAN BEACH I
Slnrlce home. Albert
their business Kind of !sets n niirsirg!: Active ptillbearers wore
in the worlu I 1800 wns a retired farmer.
every country Nazis
who, after the death you right here when you She w.in. tin- widow of JamenMIMJeton Normtui, Leonard Noinmn. -
was reac./ to bargain: for the of ::Mussolini descend the nnd( H member of the Highland
upon Santa Fe rcall/e "By Roily kids are ( Roulei, who died Gene Foreman. nil rry
legendary car-or kill for It. village of Sinta Vlttoria to {Lake ) last MOI't'h.Mr. Baptist Church He wcit Griffls and GLASS CO.
folks VVIlkeraon. Roy
NOT as bad as some
THE GIFT OF HEALING, commandeer one million bottles Mr. Jack, F. Miller, [Sr.' think anj' all of this preaching ... Rosier WIIH' a lifelong the sort of the lute Bryant 'I' Claude. Rowe. : "
by Ambrose! and Olga Worrall of Clnaino vermouth, and the tesldent Wllkerson nnd >(1'u' of Mr.ulfonl I
-The authors describe the experiences Inactive Inhabitants.. who le- AAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAJSorry we do is beginning to fuid nicnibi'r tho County Hell- 'VII k el'son. who icsiilosnt i 1313 N.W. 1th PI. Gainesville' Fla. Phone FK2-435.1:
a of
<< they have shared. fuse to reveal the secret hiding I week sink Inl"! My hat Is off to you fa ronn B.iptlHt. Chin'ch. LnwtrvBexidra :! rl.tlr, Not.-lmok f'.SO at the I
I forgot last ,
well
for executed ,
They lo not understand why : place revolves nbout the bovs. a Job hit mollici he ,is ' I oiks, but we had such a busy of She N Hinvlvi-il by lived.ilighters
We Rot a quick glimpse
they have this remarkable gift village clown who turns out I vhed by his widow Kstrllit!
DOI'h.
Tuesday of last week that I :Mrs. Norman
of healing yet thousands of to be lews. a simpleton than I Mrs Jo Strandbergr eary this <:'lInnonVllkerM<..", of LI wl J'Y,
in bed about ten o'clock Staike: Mrs. DcloiosCarmichiiel To Own
was wel'k.Ve learned in a call Easy
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grateful letters from people Imngined 1 when he is appoint eight daughters. Mm (Jenl'\'lev"
when suddenly I thought from her later that she Is '",'I'M"n'lI1e11': : ",
all ed MrH. Tholma Coinwull.
over the United States attest mayor Shelby \ -
". it Ruby Ravnop.. Ocalu, :MrsAleen ..
then
COLUMN: I knew
home horn extended
an recuperation
Corrine L>
to It.SHOTGUN. THE BLACKBOARD CAV- Mrs. Dickinson'
BOTTOM by Bill AI.IJo R. by John E Morressy> was too late so I will try not stay with her Loremn Uhl.Cut Oiliin.lo,,.11ftI'., ; AnniHton and Mrs :MIH. Gloria Kit!by, urvl Mn IONGCHAMP HOMES

to let that happen again daughter the Sam Butlers Mary Bulk'ntlne, all of Jack-
foster .
Ala .1.InH.V.
It Is with a sad heart and Jr. in Ormond Beach. They ; a son. Honvllle, Mrn> Geneva Buxley
Lee, Lawtev.. two. "I..ter.lI'S.:: .
:;- .., : baggy/ eyelids that I write brought her home on Saturday and Minn Teiry Ann Cal.terboth Custom Built
; RoHHle Rctklish nnd :Sirs\ '. Bessie
\ this week We lost our good and other members of of Lawtt'y.. Mifi. MamieBuriett
I Supp. both of Liiwtey 20granlhhllh.t'n.
II nd faithful boxer "Tojo" on the family gstthcied; for a Kulfortl, : live .mma,
mid 28 Your Plans Or Ours
greatgrandchildren
:Mondny afternoon
heart condition he had open Jacksonville were Mr and of Lawtey., : L H Piin- Your Lot Or Ours
I Funeral l "t-i'vn' held
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suffering from for several Mrs. Charles Stiandbem :and were I gilt njixl Walter C Griltts both

months He knew lots of you Paulette and Mr and:! Mrs I at 2:30: pm Sundiiy In the i of Jacksonville; Ned Pringle. HOME: IMPROVEMENTS;

np.uhbois\ as well a* you Paul StrandberR and Qiea; Heilbronn B"lIl1t.| Church' with |I Little Rock. Ark. ;, one brother, REMODELING: ALTERATIONS
Rev. Troy Johnson ofHrlatlmR/ I -
knew him. and we are thankful O\er from the Jacksonville Andrew J. Wilkermm. Luwtey
Interment W.IH in KverjfrernCemetery :
for the friendships he Naval Air Station came five Klxteis. Mis. Amanda

'lAd with you He was a fine mandson. Lt and Mrs. Sammy under lirection of Blackbuin ML'''. Celitt RedItiing 3-BEDROOM HOMES
Wilson Funeial' I Home Lake
"xample of "dog being man's! Butler, III and Lt. and and Mian Barbara Wllk'eimni -

best friend" and we already: Mrs. Ilendricks and bibv, City.Active all of Lawtey Mra.
piillbeaiers. were ., Rcbcfca Che.saer. Glen St FOR SALE NOW
feel must wOI'kand enjoyed
the loss and The whole nantr
.... Jimmy Simmons.. Cecil Craw I Mary 'and Airs. ,;Martha Crew",
convince ourselves to ic- oiktrvx\ and plavlng, together
ford, R. L Reddish. N. FCroxby I
!place him with another of for the \\eekendMra. Small Down Payment
W. H. Oreen., and Marvin
the same when the pain Is Jewel Rose has returned
';one a bit more. to her. Jacksonville home. Rosier. IN PINE REEZE SUBDIVISION AND
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
It J sppms everyone has been: She ha.. had her motherInI EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION

ht.sv having that last summer law. Mis. Clark down with

THE RIGHT POINT I for the ST.\UKE-PHONE 961-2600&
fllnu on the lake The I her, an well as her sood Contact
way you \\rlto. <'orne In nndselect
Ifnit: Labor Dav weekend isniways friends, the David Lowerys l your fiitoritn ESTKIt- KEYSTONE; JHIGII'fS-PHONE 473-3176

that last busy one for also, of Jacksonville Mrs. BROOK fountain pun. TKLKORAPII. I BUFORD MITCHELL
!<.ts of our neighbors/ However Rose always abandons thelake
I
many are working at beginning this time of Rental Services Office Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238

extending!: their lake tima the year, for the shrimp season 140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.

BUYING A CAR '.ith some early winter de !! is. coming in up around HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL; CHAIRS

plIl'Rtlon.for Instance. M>. her home I We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are

IS ONE THING PHI Mrs Henry Flnlev weiebu Mr, ana Mrs. Owen Bryant 112 Wides. i I CRUTCHES I You? -- If Not JOIN TODAY!

v over\ the weekend uettlnii went down to Tampa last I e. II

a flteplace and chimney week and spent several days I,

put toaether In their home v:!Ith Uncle Owen's brother.Mr Custom Made

Proper Financing Another! so lot's hope that means they and Mrs' Everett Bryant. : For Florida Living -

v,111 be down even moi'e In They" planned to be home tho !

Sec A Dealer For Your Car, the winter time beginning I In time to attend Aunt Bee's YOU Get ;More AREA BUSINESS DiRECTORY I

thi' yearThe Harvey family reunion which For Your $ $

See Us For Your Budget! Eugene Klnchens have was held on Lake Alto last, I:

been busy addinat' onto their Sunday No Salaried or Com

! You can finance jour new car as economically 1'ike place and the latest re- I Jeanne and Harold Johnson ; missioned Employees I -------

as po... ihle. See US for a Itmrnxt t "nurtK have It that they are have been out to their I II II I Air Conditioning-Beating Itcauty Academy LADIES WEARCherry' Office Equipment

, auto loan. Easy, repav, merit installments to mnkinsrery good processv I cottage on vacation so they I DAD & BRAD LARSEN I

'; hel!! !.suit >our budget.\ jfh some. Kind of hoping say. If you could see these : LIKE TO WORK I RUSS PIKER POWELL'S
that thiv !are planning to be- two work when they do get a I Hancock Office

HOME; OWNED: -HOMK: ; OPERATED. < ome permanent resident\ minute out here you would I YOU Benefit! Authorized& Air AirtempHoathig Conditioning Beauty Academy Gainesville's Most Fashionable

omodiv soon Son Jimmy tlilnk too t.hAt t thnv could I' SHEET METAL I II Learn .a Professloa! In Your I Address For Ladles EQUIP IENTBmlthCoronaAuthor1zed

r'ouuht his friend, Billy Mus- find a better word than "vacation" I Spare Time. Full or Part Tim
The State Bank All Sues on Display I lUieldenlal Commercial DRESS!" ES-SUITS-COATS
Community elninn down to visit and I Dealer
m.dorstand he 8-10-12 Wides I Industrial HAY & KVKNINO: : CL\SSES
got an "enoylousslzpd" The James Robbins ramllY'had I MATKRNITY: WEARACCESSORIES Clary-Vlctor-TotaU.
OF STARKB bass?? These two an "end of summer" '?ettosether 1 Yz I ilh'l : Saleln t..Uation-Senlce Low Tuition Terms Addinv C )l,1A
"T and ; I 2702 NE. 19th Or 219\ N.W. 10th Ave. \
"iiiiimrn and:! son T Care at their lovely place Expandable

:MEMBER F. I). I. C. 'hi"e; teenigers!: : to be pioudcf on Monday All of MarKaret'1- Gainesville 3720714SALESiSERVTCE Gu.lne.lie. \ 9112168I 7 W Unlveraity, GalneavUl SALES! -SERVICE- 1mNr.u.I .

on Monday they *'er.' brothel's and sisters nndt.'ielr '
families gathered, Burt New and Used CHAIN SAWS SAVE TIME Dlacua yon
!MOBILE HOMES requirements! with u* first.
I enjoved their I
entertaining' I AUTO
I 8-Yr. financing:: available
nlntv-three old grand- I OalneavHl'
I year 228 K Maul St.
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A. & J. Saw
i, father. ROMS Stilrklnnd. whs: I JEEP;( MUSTANGMobile Phone 3785551PAINT '
Use Our RentalPurchase
was heie from Jacksonville
& Mower Co.
> I Fa.-n.ily! of 4 Wlieel Dilva
Mr and Mrs Keith Chesluie J ''an-J Pa.vments Homes, Inc.

holped, host Lnvcrn's. Under $30;)() Per Month RAMBLER: Joe Anderson, Mar & GLASS

mother fithor. sister! an"1 nomelite Chain Saw Galnlt dllc'. DLwount Mobile
AmeLlIa's Finest Economy Car
I Sjle. Lot.
biother-ln-law at a day of Hume
SUES AND SERVICE SAL.US: plcnlclna on thp bench nt I Volume purchnac: for our en- Liddell Paint &

the home of Keith's grandmother NOW. Repairs & Parts All Makes lie chain guarantees invlnw

Mrs! H T Smith Ridgway Motor Co. CKAVJXY TKti'TOK of many hundreds of dollars Glass Co.

Mrs. Cove. B Cheshlie !nndMis SALES iii. SEIt\'ICE on the quality home of your
? Linda dale Johnson ofPomT Mobile Home SitesAVAILARLE 1133 S. Main choice, KYANIZE PAISTSGI""ItJlrrfJ'SUdlnc
022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
>ano Beru'h ,recent'v 48-JO N.W. 13th [St.' 441 North Door-
: :
I C.-iliirsvlile &78133: Phone .i12.3\:\"
II spent n few duyln>ir with Uiiinrtville. 378-1314 Tub Enclosures-Shower Doors
I II Full Lake J Privilege* I I Just Off WaldoCONCRETE Road ,
hei alwo whllr lindi! ; Onle -\1 indowAwnln-CarpetConnulUUon. .
II I checked In at tlv. University Homestead I Exempt-- B & G Motors Co. ; J; : PRODUCTS() :\lotorevclesSroalerStreit's( -* f \VaIIJ"p"r.St.retroD'

of Florida, Dnimlitor Te.hlnMrOriff : FinancingLake CADILI.COLDSIOBILESALBS : .

I pent.. some time visItlnsr & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR \ Bicycle Shop

/ her with hrr! mother PRODUCTS 116 NW. Sixteenth St.
I Geneva Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE HONDA MOTORCYCLES

g '-".... ....-. ,recently also ,; Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's Cuthman Jtc: V> p* Scooter GAINESVILLE 372-8191
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',- And for thfie Is .lust t
as us
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J!' 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 Building Ducall. -BSA-ZuncUppMotoicycles
tl., .BR,WINDSOR no way of describing the I Trailer Sales
.. .!. PHONE 376-7315 Inc. : --Sales Sc Service
I, pleasure we had on Tuesday Supply, sir.NSWILLIAMS
SCHWINN BICYCLES
of last week when DcwcyMurrhee I On Route 100 One Mile REKrvntone :
came from Grahim I Hrlfht* 726 S. IUaln-37-IS UGAINESVILLE Locksmith & Safe Work

spent; !lome of Ih- day anil, Pinna Performance 818 W. University Ave. Neon Signs Inc.
Sun. & ,
Open Eveninga
Jim Walter I
NO SHORTAGE OF Build the FLA .
1 I.Rd lunih with us. In the' SAAB (;..In..vlll. 378-7761
MORTGAGE MONEY afternoon of that same div 'I "Sign Vf With wrl1lanW''"
Ef.EC'fIUCIOTH: ( I MOTORCYCLESTHE
If you're thinking of buifding waiit's shrewd mv sister Nell, son Andy an'1! I 'I SALES: AND SF.RVIOK PLASTIC-NBOM SIGNS

a new home, check the Jim filend of O.ilnfsvllle. and' CatJSAN USED CARS ELECTRIC I Sal rvlce-Jla\ntJ\, \ \"

Walter way. There' no shortage Jt'x alteau/ ulirticit/ la nave money/ .. ami the unique Jim MMs Olivia Larkini of Warm CYCLE SHOP ErectionsAlterations

of mortgage money for Walter home mi'in'r 'plan "ff'rll you the/ opportunity to dnjmt i Sprlnas.< Oa camp over and WATCH FOR toll S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co. "Y Oil l' Doalg-ns or Omr.**

qualified properly owners that lit're'* luxe. Jim If alter will haild the haute dell we all gilllcd hambmuers" out Of DidDftHVlIln, Inn. NORTON BULTACO
for our eienlnu meal. OveiLabor Phone 378-2US; 2720 N.E. 20th Way
when Jim Walter builds your home, compliti fi'lillht.rolll"itl,, on unur propvrtu almimtaniuhire > I DUCATI BRIDGESTONBMOTORCYCLES(
Day weokend Jick .<: Repairlng--Rewlndinc Game,vHl!!!.
home and, everything is / dill AO /)OW.P.t 1'.'IH.'T. Ihe real In up toVou iclalives. Mack and Betty SWARMINGTERMITES New and Used Days 372-S004 Nite. S7M44

financed 100% not just 70 / The more interior Knuhinij ynu can da v<>ur elf-the McOouan and son Chuck of

or SO per cent. If you own more dollar/ you nave. Sure it lake work-but how could Jacksonville rented the cottage Tropical Pontiac, WORK G CAR.\MTKFD: : Complete Service A: Tart

property, all you have to do is you are more monru anu tauter./ next door and we all Inc. 1030 S. Main Calnesvllla I New A Used machines In itock I TILES & PAINT

choose from the more than 20 )'ou mOil pllrdlt/IIP interior finlah material from Jim Walter I especially en.toyed a red flsn Phone 372-8313 Easy Financing Term

models available all meetIng anil install/ tlittn yourself. purchae them initialled bu dinner together with the Co- TRUCK OMC CENTERPONTIAC I. Available

the same high standards Jim ".ollt'r. ."r make your on'n arrangement for Interior burn Rains on Monday Jack Ave.Gd.lne..ville FLIXTKOTE: TILE
I FARM! EQUIPMENTSanta } S24 N.W. 8th
of quality at the lowest possible completion. H hrthrr unit clioour the haile fhelt home or one I and Cobuin went to Cedar I \'Inyl-\'Inyt A-iOw, iwi
Gainesville .
NW 8th Ave 378366OMOVERS
220
price. The home of your more complete, K\Ut\'lm.\J\ \ /.->'t7\.tA'CKD 100%. Keys on Saturday and tfol I

choice can ba built on your Stop bu your local office titflay and tee hnic ta' "u it If to thirty nice ones. So If von 372-2583 Fe Tractor, :\ ; Floor Flniahjn&" Products

property almost anywhere. make really hiy naiingt ichtn, you hart your new home built don't know by now how well CRANE I Inc. DL'BALITK PAIST-

YOU NEED NO CA5H1 the Jim Walter "'ogf Coburn and Jack can cook UP Long Distance Moriof

,H-tme stuff like that then I MNCOI
WCEKINOS VACATIONS. RITIKEMtNT will lust be wasting( my time Sales A Service

--- .,:, .#... ,.,.;slli t...... trying/ to toll yoU I So for 306 E. University Calnaavllle Farm Tractors A Implements Stornco Pac'kln&ertiu& Tenner Tile & Paint

fINANCING IS ALSO .. .:. row so long-see ya'll- Phone ::1724251Crane' Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping
100% ... .-'". \ > ;i... 6th St.
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,( I. 2222: N.W.
AVAILABLE OHm :1 ::.M_", H"'Jt :; Charlie C. Bowen OR BETTER STILL Imports LANDROVKR; 4 Wheel Drive FREK: KSTTitATES CALLHILL'S

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Volvo (M rc d" -Benz) Gainesville 373-13O2
SALES PARTS SERVICK
WALTER'S COMPlETE ': r .;; Services Held LET F1AT-HILLMAN MOVING

_..-: 4 188 N.W. Sixth Galneavllla
LINE OF ""' =.,.--. "A. In Alabama LORIDAST 2201 N Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL
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.. Phone 3782548fARI
SECOND HOME COTTAGES Phone 372-4373 3110! N.E. Wulilo Rd.OalnMvl1l. .
lh UISURt Ctmilie, C. B wen. 5\:\. I a ren- .. 372-4271

,dent of Starke for the piuit o ONTXOLCM1MICA1.CO. ? >EN: SUPPLIES: House of Travel,
Call Write or Come by To oy. 13 years' died Thursday. Sept ; AITTO SALVAGE :MUSIC INC.

-- 1. nt his. home after an extended .
: ; : I II Johnson & Paris Inc.
WALTER CORPORATIONWl ST IlkneHH. He wax a native CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE LIPHAM MUSIC AIRLINES.'
of Marlon Cnuntv, Aliioml ,. Paul's Auto Salvage STEAMSHIP!

I wouU I lib, (10 linaitf mar*ob ut your buT! financing plan PUo.. Mnd m.a 'tr M co'ol' <>w.| onlIntwmtid (Cliurch.Surviving, 8E"D'4-PIM\: -

AXI OMN SUNDAY! ,m a. .. I me his Vvlclow, TOP PRICES. IDIOf''tl'Id.-Pet !''IuP"" VAL LIPHAM Car BeotaUlWorkdays
Q Ham D Congo, Rlena Rvanx: B<"Ai-n imediujfhter.
I Mm. Charlene Privett All :\J..ku &; ModrlafwU F.RTILIZIKS'We : !; PIANOS:" ono\ >KI'MS: 8:30: U 1:01:
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JACKSONVILLE.: FI.A, 32205:!
| NAMt.ADDRESS.. of L.iwt-y, two annit. Why Take Chances PartsTelelvpe Rent Pertlllzer Spreaders' Guitar and Amplifier
Will Sat. 9 U 12.
32S1V M Heaver StP. I Rbp.t, and Howard Bowen S'rvlc&-We 224 NW. 8th Av.. SirEKT MUSIC
Find Any Part For You.
O. HOK 62 JS/ _STAT both of KtiirUr.: one br CALL ....
cmr thlr.// Gainesville :376-4->12 PHONE 372-0471 Ualne..ville Shopping' Outer 3413 .,. University Ave.
and four ulster
Phone : ;:JSS-15.S5:) : j MyproptfyUlocaiWin County. I l'uuralurvliuM- wcr. helUat !I 964-3965 411.. N. Past M.H.L Vurd o-Ul.,.'w., ,,16h 373: ..Vl-iJ; O&lrhM\.. 3781601J

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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy at 8 o'clock. Rev Daniel Kersey and Jerry Bazemore. dree of Belmore aunt of the I I home teachers Talking Book I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH NEW CONGREGATIONAL Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CIIUBCIl

Razemore of Jacksonville Maid of honor was JoAnn I Broom cut the bride's cake. recoixltt and machines. Brailla (Highway 100 at Thercssu] METHODIST REVIVAL Training Union, 7 p. m. Even

CLAY HILL former pastor of the church Carter of Hampton who was The couple will reside, In books' and. tape recorded Sunday School 10 a.. m. I Revival services will 'be held ing Service 8 p. m. Rev. Sunday School, 10 a. m.

performed the double ring, dressed in a turquoise<< floor Starke. books. Write the Council and Morning Worship 11 a. at tne New Congregational Lacy Conway pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

By Mim, Howard Padgett ceremony length gown with, matching PERSONALS i learn if you can receive services m. Methodist Church, May 1 Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.

Pb.n. 2894ILOPCRMOSLEY The altar was decoratedwith I accessories. SheW carried a Mrs. Irene Padgett left th supported either by State Training Union 7:00 p. through May 8. Rev. F. A. CHURCH OF GOD Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. m.
vyyyyyyvvyyvvvvyv, baskets of white mums: bouquet of yellow carnations. first of the week to visit he funds or by State and Federal m. Stephens of Savannah, Ga. Wednesday. -- Rev. W. L.
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
and gladioli against a back- Olven in marriage by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. funda. Evening WOI'shlp7:45: p. will bring the message each School Newmans, pastor.N'ORTHSIDE .
Sunday 10 a. m
I lound of bamboo, and lighted father the bride was lovelyIn end Mrs. Charles Corbett In m. night at 7:30.IIEILBRONN: BAPTIST
Worship Services. 11 a. m. and
The Middleburg Church of tapers In branched candelabra a white floor length gown Currle N. C. for several Wednesday Night Prayer'
><>ri<'H OK .U.P..C.\.O." BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday: Located on Uayieas: High!
God was the setting: for the cast a soft glow over 01 brocade satin with scoop weeks. -7:30: p. m."Worship .
FCIH'X ISEEI: > 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting.Friday. (SR 2251]at Raiford
beautiful wedding of Linda the setting. I neckline and three quarter We are sorry to learn that lOp.. bale.. ., ....M. with us in Air I Sunday School 10 a. m. way RoadSR ;!
:Mae Loper, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Virginia Chesser of length sleeves. Her veil of illusion Mrs. Elgin Lang is a patientIn NOTICE IS IIIORIOBY CIIVI3V. Conditioned Comfort" M. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. ( 161. Services: Sunday I
that Mr. T. J. Alderman holder Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Williams, pastor.PENTACOSTAL. School, 10 a. m. Sunday I
and Mrs. Ben Loper of Mlddleburg pianist rendereda was attached to a St. Vincent's Hospital In of the following e'rtifIc&tO'ha. L. Packham Pastor.
Starke, to Edward Jean Mos- program of nuptial music. flower of seed pearls. She Jacksonville.Lula filed said certificate fur .uI Evening Service, 7:30.: Mid- :. HOLINESS Morning Worship 11 a. m.Tralnlnl' I

ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Lessle Floyd brother of the carried a bouquet of white I Mae Mosley is a patient I tax deed to b" lHau The. certificate numbers and LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST m. Wednesday. -Tioy Johnson Service, 7:30.: Mid- ,
ward Mosley of Middleburg, best carnations centered with a In Clay Memorial Hospital -
served
groom as man yeiiri. of laxuance. the. description Sunday School, 10 a. m. week Prayer Service I
on Saturday evening. Sept 3 and the ushers were Dickie white orchid. Her only ornament In Green Cove Springs of, the propnrtv. and I the CHURCH pastor. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Wednesday.
was a single string of I and is expected to undergo nnnif In which It: WIIB a..en"" a. followACertificate : Morning Worship 11 a. m: hon, pastor.
this week.
pearls. 'I surgery ( No. 81 BAPTIST CHURCH Midweek Service, Tuesday,
Mrs. Loper) chose for her Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad- Year of Ianuanc 1DA4 Evening Worship 8 p. m: 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday I 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft pastor PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
daughters wedding a light I /Kett( and son visited Rev. and Dto"'rlpllon of Properly Coin Prayer Meeting:, Wednesday; .
CONTRACT blue dress Mrs. N. H. Harris Sunday 50' K of Cr of Ht nd1 1U'\ 3 .ufCV 8 p. m; Sing each Friday ac services: Sunday School, 10 a. Sunday School, lo a. ra.
with
matching accessories -
or Co Rd Hun B 1000 on
m. Preaching. 11 a. m. TrainIng Morning
Worship, 11
and a corsage of afternoon In Jacksonville I 8 R/W fa ltd to .a Ft 100'V 8pm. Rev. Harvey Lana!, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN a. ra
white carnations. I II where she Is recovering from of 8At. RR 8 Par to RR 8< l 1.2'1'' pastor.ST. : Union, 6:15: p. m. Evening School Pre-Servlces (Booster Band
9:45 m
Sunday : a.
serious Illness. for POH Cont. )S 21874' N OM Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Young People, cod Prayw
I Mrs. Mosley mother of the' Dev. W 210', N Tnr to III: : welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Service], 6 p. m. Evening
PAINTING groom, was attired In a lace Mr. and Mis. Howard Pad- 21(174'( H 8K Ttva S 210' to T.C'tMi.e. : EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Youth Fellowship. 8 p. m.
p8.'ltor.L.oUHA Worship, 7
p. m. Midweek
and ,
fett son. Terrell attended 10 T-6-S U-22-K
STARKE
.
Choir Practice 7:30p.
turquoise dress with white Thursday :
the wedding of Mrs. Padgetts Niiine In which HHHfHHid 1 Batiiuvt Service. Wednesday, 7:30: p.
accessories and a corsage of A. Drown. Sunday Mass, 9:15: a. m BAPTISTSunday in. m.-Rev. D. L
in Ramsey, *
nephew Mlddlebuig All of Maid. 1 tietruf lit pas
white carnations. < property Tuesday-Novena and Benediction School 9:45: a m. tor.
No Job Too Saturday night. the County of Bradford, State: KINGSLEY LAKE
Small A reception was held in the Mr. and Mrs. William Par- of PMorlclii 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, Morning Worship. II a. m.
home of the groom's brother- PnleHH. Much certificate. or' cortlflcatea 8 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST
No Job Too rlsh and family attended Bhall be redeemed.. .u<.- Thursday and Friday Prayer
Large in-law and sister, Mr. and Meeting, Wednesday,
church at New River Sunday Sunday School 10..
cording to law thc property Sunday School, lOa. m m.
I Mass 7:30: a. m. [9-30: a. m 7-30: .
Mrs. Lea!le Floyd. : P. m -Rev. Luther McGee -
> defiorlbed In such certificate or
and were dinner guests of for Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Standing in the receiving earth flea ten will be Bold( to the grade and high school stu- pastor.BROOKER.
II Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parrish hltchent bidder at the court dental, Training Union, 6:30: p. m Training Union. 8:30: p. In.
line! members of the
Stanley lyon were and son In Brooker. house door on the firm Monday Saturday Mass 9:30 BAPTIST Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Evening Service, T:30.: Prayer
: a. mASSRMBLY
wedding party and parents of I Mr. and :Mrs. Allen Crews In Month of October. 19'16.'! Meeting. Wednesday '7:30.: Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: p.
the bride and groom. which In the 3rd day of October Sunday School 10 a. m
and son of Brooker : -Rev. Jim m. -Rev. R. H. Butler
were 1955.Date1 OF GOD Morning Worship 11 a. m. Rigdon pastor. pastor.
Phone 259-3084 The brides table was over- Labor Day guests of Mr. ani this 30th day or Au- HIWAY CHAPEL
I Training Union, 6:30: m AIRPARK
p.
laid with a white lace cloth Mrs.. William Parrish. ICimt 19H8. Weldon St. and Raiford BOATDRAIN BAPTIST BAPTIST
CHARI.KS A. fl.\tIDY. | Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer ; -
entwined with Ivy and cantered Miss '
Macclenny, Fla.P. Pat Panish visited Clerk or Circuit Court of Road. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: Sunday School. 10 a. m. 'Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
with a three tiered her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B!I1.lto.l'll.outy. ( Floildaj: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. RA GA. and' Sunbeams Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship,. 11 a. m.Eiienliw .
O. Box 31 wedding cake which was top- Winton Parrish In Avon Park ''HI 4t. 1/22: :! ." I t tJCH01CH i Evening Service, 7:30: p. m Thursday afternoon evel'Y.other ?' '.--, Training :' Union. .7:00: puiuEvening > : : Service. 7:30.: pv. m_

ped with miniature bride and Saturday. Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Rev. James Temple, pastor.' ; Worship, 8:00.: Prayer Prayer Meeting Wedne uduy,
Bal-
groom. Mrs. Emma Mae Mr. ant Mrs. Elmer Johns p.m. Young People's Mei.ting Meeting Wednesday, 7:30p. : 7:30: p. m. Training Union

---- end family of Daytona spent Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy DEDAN BAPTIST C Brooker] m..Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom. Friday" 7:30: p. m..Rev.. E U
.
,- [ Labor Day weekend with. Mr.I ; Lightsey, pastor. Sunday School 10: a. m. Pastor Griffin pastor

i Johns' aunt, Mrs. Ella Carter.

I JACKSONVILLE DIRECTORY NEWS

BUSINESS Program For Blind

: Aids 325 \
An
During FIRST METHODIST Investment in Your Future

Last Fiscal Year CHURCH. STARKE


ANTIQUES HEARING AID PET SHOP THE Three hundred and twenty- 9:45:Sunday a. m.-Morning Church Worship.School!: 411 tr iUll( IJ!) 15 i Li i l II J f] f

ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- Kongo Pet Shop five Floridians totally were or partially rehabilitated blind MYF.11 a. m.6 p.Snack m. MYF Supper meeting for I I

Bought-Sold-Appraised
during: the 1965-66 fiscal year 6:30.: Evening Worship 7::30.!
3'utnltureChinaGlassSilverBrassOIl Poodle Maltene- U- ending June 30 the Florida Monday Circle 2 meets!

Paintings OF JACKSONVILLE: POODLE GROO:>ONK3; Council: for the Blind has an- at home of Mrs. Nell Andrews ."' .......... ..... ..... ... . ..
nounced. : :..:.'..;v.:.:.... :: : 1v:9I : : .:'. ::.ff. :r:;;:::.v.
On* Piece or a IIous* Fun The and SmaUeet Sweaters Collar. Tag, 3 p. m Wesleyan Sub-I ) ..
Strongest Some of the placements I district MIfF meeting In sanctuary I
Hearing Aid in the World" Pet Supplies from : : Going away toSCHOOL }.
ranged machinist
IDa Ward Antiques a teachers 7:30.Tuesday: .
Only Co. Hearing Aid Mode ,
Fish Himsten lawyers to kitchen help-
Birds
>- Circle 4 meetsat
3072 St. Johns Ave.
22 West Monroe ers and farmhands E. J. Han\! home of Mrs. Robert Th
Jacksonville 333-1463: Da1Yy & Sun. 10-6 P.M. del-Held the state
Jacksonville 3871379Call agency's rehabilitation Green; Circle 5 meets at

Collect Closed Tuesday director, said. home of Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -

i During the year 135 blind 10 a.m. Commlsilon
Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP 8939 Hertong Rd. NormandV" Floridians attended the Coun- on Membership and Evangel- T::

SectionW. cil's Rehabilitation Center at ,
Ism. 7:30: p.m. District Work- At tlii; time of the all our nation boy
WESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY Daytona Beach; 35 received shop for Christian Leaders, : year over fi fiand

Inc. Jacksonville 781-28OO training through ,the Council'sVending t Gainesville 1 7:30.: ; 't! 4 horn attend the school
SHOP Inc. : Stand program, 44 I $ ) girl are leaving to ,
PIANOS-ORGANS Wednesday Circle 1

AUTHORIZED DEALER students received the state financial as.slsta.nce meets at home of Mrs. Carl i ; % of, their choice. Many for the fint time In their H
A Complete Line of I Mason Hamlln Piano from agency Sen ell: Circle 3 at home ofMrs 1 H.
8M1"' L Parte Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- Hammond Organ while enrolled In 11 different '. .. : .. .: '
junior and 32 L. D Oreen. 10 a. m. v\ live. will be away from home and their horn f:
Body Shop plies-Specializing in Radio Magnavox Organs colleges. wera Primary Junior and. Youth I 'l .
enrolled In and universities. -
Open 8 a..m.--8, p.m. Controlled Models "You Get A Good Deal At colleges Choir practice 3:15: p. m I I i church. They should b* encouraged to, Immediately i
I arid Equipment' Prayer Meeting. 7 p. m. t
B Sat.-Clo
p-m. Sunday
_
In the rehabilitation
MILLERj,1o program Thursday Chancel Choir seek a church nearby where they may &:{
1150 LANE AVE. SOUTh
Open Evenings, till 9 P.M. F. O. the Council >authorized / h
Phone Jacksonville 3843441Servlc rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. I I .:<
CO! 602 So. Edgewood .
Htm it FM rum Sum /fW 94 eye re-examinations and : & '
I !
FIRST BAPTIST i i
CHURCH .
Parrish Motor. Jacksonville 34)4-8652) k
JacksonvilleSEWING 292 eye surgeries. Of the latter ST.MSKK .: : panlomhip of friend. with funilar outlook on
186 were for cataracts, r
BALES 33 for glaucoma 13 for retinal Sunday Sunday School( I life and God. '
8UIUICRFARTS : ]Men'a &: Hoy's Wear MACHINES reattachment and 12 for cor- 9:45: : am. Morning Worship, l

1IQ neal transplants. The 11 am. Guest speaker On "
*!
'
"Quality Clothed for Men aa SINGER ACT. ZIGZAG der were divided remain-I Johnson, secretary! of the Florida :i I b1 .
.
82 Years As A Dealer BoY. Since 1919" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet I categories.The: Baptist Foundation. Training .:

Always Good Used Carsrou Sold New over $300 Florida Council. for the Union, 6:15.: Evening Wor. t r

Laura St. Jucluont'Ule Van Heusen Stetson Hats Bal. $72 or $5.00 Per Monti, Blind is primarily a vocational ship, 7:30: ; Operation Teenager, ? I
Phone 366-5651 McGregor Gold "tup Sox rehabilitation. agency. It 're- presented: ""by a. group of inmates I \\ C4s

Complete Formal Hear ReDtWa.ounqffien'SShop Ideal Sewing Center I minds all employers that properly from the Florida State | \ t
Automatic: Transmission trained. and counseled Prison. I L .... VA. b

ALL MAKES I totally or partially' blind men I l\ronday-Youth Choir practice A.-.". n

Automatic ) New and Used Machine and ''women do good work on 7 p.m.Tuesday .I

848 Cassat Ave. he. job. Employ thent. Thy Helen. Masters I -: .' ,B
Transmissions & 310 Main Corner DuTal Jacksonville 389-5071 are safe. productive wokers Circle meets at church 9:30: IH .

Motor ExchangeBIG Jacksonville '' I I Write the' Council' vovattomMrehabilitation am. Ida. Darby .Circle meets '.:' ,..' ....-- 1.. .
TRACK SERVICE director, Talla- at home 'of Mra. F. F. Flume, I "' 'IN ;
DADDY WALT h8.8l1ee for Information or con.- and Lorena Epperson Circle I $ YOUR NEW COMMUNITY tj
...
Remanufactured Transmissions :MOTORCYCLES RAY'S tact the State Agency's of- meets at home of Mrs. E. W. ,4'_ ; (:< .

MotoisBy TRACK SERVICE. fices in Miami West Palm I Hayes, both at 2:30.: Junior I ,.t-ii.l.,_. ,.. '...I ;"'. .. 1.t "........C--......Y',....,... ......... .......... ......,.......,.. ........-.A..............,.--- -..\.y.........
Quality Craftsman Beach, Tampa Jacksonville, ,Choir practice 3:30.: Ethel
2097 W. Beaver St. HONDA Daytona Beach Gainesville, Bigg1, Brownlee, and Lottie

Jacksonville 3$3.4171CAMPERS MOTORCYCLES Portable Track Press Service or Penaacola about employ Moon Circles meet at the I Ife Oyith k Wi wewiiW.tttn-1 h iWi seW.to ipM**"DM' ..,........of(*.lwto tN\ T1q(

Welding ment prospects in your area. church, 7:30.: New River Asan. .._lOlI 01!In ..._Ie.......Ie""" 1M. .._lilt 001'-. ...... ,
ALL, MODELS Tied Bulldozers & Crawlers Sunday School Action Nightat I ... .-... "H'* .IM W (W. OIl IIWMMHI M wiMr. v *n et Mi .* .... e-I

,- Merchants Green Stamp "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" AVOID EYE: ACCIDENTS the church, 7:30.: I .........Mtf "Hw' hiWMH, .e5.. n ktM s few.'J1 l.n-, r"1...- ""'.....,mera :.:

Open 8 AM. to 7 P.M. 7287 \V. Beaver I I I Wect.nesctaySunday School .. I MUM" put fl dw, M iMM. "MftMl" "MM' Own .hi "KM' U W "Ikt' *....
Cribbs Campers More than 150,000 children Woikers meeting, and R. A. I ,.. ,, .. ... ...
Monday-,Friday Jacksonville 388-4621 el .11111I4 kk. fontily by**. .IM, ....,miy pmie .. .. eW4. irrf r
8 AM. to 6 P.M. suffer eye accidents In the U. meeting, 6 p.m. Prayer Del- .y Caaapera TROPICAL FISH S. each year. Dont: let children 7 p.m. Church Choir practice wild iloM. sill...III.he. .h.Ie the' s>I iSiS... of W. -'C1lOf I
Saturday and Wednesday i ... ... ,
play 'WIth sharp objects 8 p.m. < A S"- .'
Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAIDAQUARIU.MS which could cause injury to ThursdayVisitation, 10

Uuunper Convertible MOTORS & CYCLES their own: eyes or to those! ofa m. and 7pm.Friday a'i
playmate. Also, if your child Sept. 16-
: Trade*-Bank Financing 4949 Blandlng Blvd. of headaches or j These Religious Messages Are Made Possible
Jacksonville, 771-8244: complains Choir practice, 3:30: p.m.: By The Following Sponsors
Supplies
6408 San Juan Ave. Complete Aquarium dizziness or tilts or thrusts I
Jacksonville 383-9348 Imported Fish All Specie His head forward when looking II I

MUSIC CALL OR COME BY at near or far objects, the Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat Market
CHAIN SAWSMicldleburg Men.-Sat. 10 am to 8 pa child may be having eye trou STARKEBUSINESS Exchange

Sunday 2 to 6 P-ta ble. Get those eyes. examinedas "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR AND COLD STORAGE

Chain Paulus Music Co. We Order Any Finn Available soon as possible. Write the Feeda Fert Ill mere-Seeds!!
Saw Sales 943 S. Edgewo4 As'.. Council for the Blind for information Poultry Equipment MAIN CONCERN \Ve Speclaltte In diatom Slaofhtar-.

Band A String Instruments1 Jacksonville 388-94O4 about eye care for OTICO TIRES-BATTKRIEa big, Cutting A Wrapplq-
BOMHLITE children. DIRECTORYAUTO Petroleum Product Free Delivery Phon* U.U'81
Money Makin Chain Saw Gibson Guitar & Amplifiers WESTERN STORE Prepared For Deep Fr ea*

SALES &: SERVICE School SuWUIn.truot.lon DISEASES OF BLINDNESS
Parti and Repairs All Makes Roberts Recorders LITTLE DUDE REPAIRS i Bradford Abstract CO. PHONE -SUI

Toro It Yazoo Power Mowers Music Library-Expert Glaucoma, Cataracts, Small

Rt. 21 Mlddleburg 282. 05O Repair Department Western Store pox. Dlptherla Diabetes. These Earl's Garage 158 W. CALL STREET SLADE GAS
are but a few diseases which I
41 W. Monroe St. "Where You'll Find Every ran cause blindness or visual ALL KINDS OF I Ph. 964-6881 Starke Fa.! and Appliance Center &b%

ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 353-8447 thing For the Hors damage. Crossed eyes or refractive AUTO REPAIR WORKAll

S310 Beach Blvd. Enthusiast" errors can lead to Work Guaranteed Edwards Grocery & t OF STARKE INC.
Peavy Brothers I Western Clothing Leather- amblyopia and permanent loss Phone 9692964So. I

Electric Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 goods. Saddles and Trailers of vision in the effected eye Walnut. Stark. Mkt. DeWITT C. JONES u.s. 301 NORTH
Charles & Sharon Petty if not detected and treated by
BX.ECTRIC MOTORS 902: So. Edcewood, Are. the age of sill: Children and AUTO SERVICE I GrCerle-1\IeatIil-Feed! FUNERAL HOMES Ph. 969-3801 Starke, Fla.

MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN Jacksonville 384-1210 adults should be aware of Gas & Oil

5od.6erV1cedRePafredOenerators6tarter.. of blindness and how to pre Gilbert S. Brown I Ph. 961-2182 Starfce, Fla. Starke Ph. 981-2600
WELL DRILLING vent it where possible. Write Charley E. Johns
Alterations Standard-Oil Station _
Florida serrlc Keystone Heights
KAY'SMusic the Council for the ,
Armature Rewinding PARTRIDGEWell Blind or !see your nearest eye ATLAS I Loudon's Merle Norman Ph. 473-317S Agency"Cosmetic
4044 Lenox Av.. Center specialist for information.AID TIRES BATTERIES: I
Jacksonville 337-2538 Drilling Co. 1SI 8. Walnut ,...
Budget Term*-Road Serrice Studio & Beauty Shop _ _ M4-O201
Fender. Gretsoh it Vox Guitars FOR THE BUND Phone 964-7071. 117 S. Thompson! Flu 9A4-3081 GENERAL: INSURANCE:
FLOOR COVERING King: Hatten, and Selnwr ROCK ARTESIAN WELLS!: 407' N. Temple S uk. If Your Hair I n't Becoming To LACY CONWAY Nobody But Nobody V.der.ehI.

Band InatrulentaLudwil' Thousands of Floridians are Too-Too Should Be Coming To U.. Charley E. John Agency
Looking for Complete Electric Water unaware of the services offered HURST'SSHELL I
Sllngerland RogersDrums System American Service Sta.
by their State Agency -
better carpcttt
.' 1 I IRRIGATION The Florida Council for the Starke "66" Service tion and Bus Station
visit Rentals & Repairs on ALL, FlU FINANCING Blind. There are program for Service StationGas Hurst Shell ServiceBILL
gral'd; B840! Hyde Grove Ar*. children and their parent and EDWARDS
I I 440 MAIN ST. Jacksonville elderly adults. There is voca- OH Lubrication Brake ServtcvJI1 Balance Lacy Conway flying Servloe) CARL HURST. .
434' MOC4M:. ,. .."".fI Jacksonville 353-09M CaQ poltoct S89-14M tional rehabilitation for adults Goodyear Tire ,A flatteries Wheel Alignment '
ROAD SERVICE I laetrucUoa Ph. M4-4UM1 Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 934-8111
en
able to be retrained or prepared N. Temple Ph. 964-8881

"==== 1. ._ : ; for employment" ; there are Sfll. and !.. Starts I a __ ,mS.i "1 ... :. .'S..S'jb. 4t.e. .

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