Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME: EIOIITY-EIGHT ---- STARKE. FI.OKI1M. TIU'RSDAV.! SI':PT._ ___U.___1916;. .. .,- .-. --- --_ __._______--_ -_ -_NUMBER_ TWELVE

In Courthouse Site; ActionCitizen

Pr Group Plans Suit I,

i J 'x. rR e # : If Board Fails To RescindSEIU


I Commission Chairman Says Public Will Be j
; PKIMMCI: Nell |
; run-off opponent tfl

r> t 4 e1. Tinker lute each(left other) and after\\'.tally II. (wits Billy. )completed,Noegel rongrutu-rueiulay 'flllJ I I Heard At Meeting Set For Friday, Sept. 23 >II

night lUrycle-rldlng. Tucker led. the ticket In till
!; !
Sixty citizen! of Starke met in the courthouse culling for the special meeting -
group NO. Noegel. might (get w motor outer. for his ar -...l' ,;:trIIi Friday night and adopted a resolution calling on the .
.second l primary campaigning./ 1' i t ,. tr Commission Chairman Jer-
.t Board of County Commissioners to convene immedi-
ately for the purpose of reconsidering its decision of ome Johns. In a conference
v.'th County Judge T A,
last week naming American Legion property as the Yawn Tuesday, said that

I I site of the proposed new courthouse.If anyone who wished to be

Tucker In Run-off the board falls to meet heard on the courthouse matter -
Noegel r ind rescind its action the tctlon Up until Wednesday: would be heard at i
; 7 croup voted to seek an In-I alternoon there had been no meeting of the Commissionto

lunction restraining the Com- Indication that a special be! held at 10 a, m. Friday -
mlst-lon from purchase of the meeting of the Commission Sept 21. for the purpose

Legion( property for this pur- would be tailed for the of finally adopting its 1960-)

purpose of leconsldeintlon. 67 budget!

Urban Renewal Gets OKArson poseLetters were mailed to Commissioners Z, W Hamilton Judge Yawn was retainedby

each County Commissioner and Jessie R Chastaln: the group Friday night to

Saturday relating the IU-o P'SCharlt.s joined with the Kioup; iii"Mistake" rrlnpt the proposed court action -
Farm Bureau Week ProclaimedBradford
in caie the Commissionfalls : ;
to rescind. Necessary

A first primary win was nailed down by City' second place 339. ,., talking about months, but County Farm Iturraii president Ixinnie Hurley funds were underwritten' at
Only 56 per cent, 1.283. of. weeks! before definite plans ("left and Randal the meeting to finance the
II Council Chairman Curl Hurst, and voters in Starke'sannual I ) Mayor Chilly are pictured as the mayor
election okayed possible future participation the city's 2.281 registered voters are begun. he said 1 signed a proclamation doxlgimtlng/ theteek, Sept. 18-23, astlorliu urnpr'sed suit J
resultsare Joins Other f
went to the polls In what ,After referendum President Of Eagle's NolAn Woodburn, Call
in Federal urban renewal projects Tuesday. was described Tuesday night vsl .dated, a local public | Farm Bureau \\cck. Street businessman, was elected
It will take a second:! primary will be set up to operate Harley announced that the Bradford orgnnl/ullun I bur IItotal'membE'rllhlp
by some officials as a "poor" agency chairman' of the protest-
however to decide who down to the wire. Riding n turnout. The second primary the program, Chitty of 211 I lam III..", w substantial gainer till Businessmen In Site Protest Inn group; Judge Yawn was
will occupy the empty Group bicycle as he covered the town said Appointment to the 214: enrolled at the first theur.. '
la scheduled;! for September : of "Our goal U 300) funiIlleti I named secretary; andlIss"
I 3 council seat as former councilman door-to-door apparently paid weeks from Tuesday agency will be made by the end of Illllun I
27, Just two by the the year, he HIII W 11. I Billy 1 Noel off for Tucker who polled 40.3 of rpmo.h't-I
consent '
with the
d voting mayor The Faint Bureau wim host. ut Us unnuiil family, night DeVnne, of Lnke h"hlingup |plans for HurriesIn
and. newcomer Nell Tucker go votes 123 more than Noegel urban the council : until we /sea whether or the three
The much-publicized gathering at the Bradford County, Fairgrounds last' Saturday'' City president[ \! of Kugle I ling
"' renewal referendum was approved ,- Chairman Carl Hurst polled tines. 1m-, mUlecl, his voice nut the courthouse Ls to be members of the Commission\
Indicated by a margin of 148 706 votes more than anybodyIn night. bountiful" supper of bnrlmue, beef und all the trimming thin week. to other Call Street. moved to this distant site"Mr who voted for the Legion;\

votes as 502 ballots were the election to retain his MUM served to about 000 members. and Iru........ merchants who are protesting : UeVane said that KtiRIPS site have moved fast in\ their

marked "yes" and 354 "no". Group/ feat. for another two action by the Bradford Coun- would join with other Cut efforts! to acquire the piap-

In that important vote 427 of veais He has served on the ty Commission In selecting Street ,businesses' In any au (Continued on Piwe Two
Of the 1.283 ballots cast In the council continuously' since American Legion' property asa lion designer] to help hold thiroiirlhoiiMe
Burning County Equipment election wore left unmarked.. 1960 and has been chairmanfor Important Meeting Of Poultry proposal courthouse site, in !In the vicinity 01 Set

Mayor Randal Chitty expressed the past two years. Starke."I Its present location. Hearing
satisfaction with the ,W. J (Bill Dodd polled think It would, be n .serious Mr DeVnne pointed out that
Goes \Without Investigation results/ of the urban renewal 384 votes! and R. C. [Pee Weel Producers Set For Thursday : mistake at this time to most. of the cotumtlca In this/ For Free Toll

vote Wednesday morning saying Dampier 132 In their bid a- move the courthouse! from its area thnt have been faced

he was "sui prised, but galnst Hurst. central, location; Mr! DeVone with expanding courthouse Phone Service
Indications, are that someone this fire appeared to have 3 af- problem,, have chosen tu. renovate
pleased of course." The may- I In the four-way Group An Impoitant meeting of I Commerce manager' will announce said 'nnd I would HcilousJy
dohbe.niti'K set fire to started on the opposite side and enlarge their present -
Eweli poultry layers fect business re-iimlning
1 had publicly backed urban lace former councilman pnxiuieis pullets some interesting possibilities every
$11>.000 Ails from the ,battery and that a or on the same The Florida Public Service
Bradford County's renewal urged! Starke Lawson was third with 252 fryers. or broilers) will cwicernlnfr future expansion on Call Street" buildings
and :
Chalmets track-type front end check of the starting mechanism voters to the piogiamIn votes and A. O tArtl Loudon be held tonight (Thursday) of the poultry Indus- Eagle'3 recently purchase l site "ThU includes Live Oak Commission will hold a public
loader three weeks ago damaging showed no indication"' of a approve which nave polled 189.Councilman. at 7:30 In the new Bradford try in Bradford County. I the adJoining) : Birks It to the extent of .shortage. a referendum topartlrloatt' Orle Wiggins County civil defense building/ Anyone Interested in getting on Call Street" and announced< has. plans' In the making:" day Sept. 27 in the Bradford

$ .OOO or 6000. lie said that the'. transmission the city the In it opportunity who was unopposed for the at the Fairgrounds. started In the poultry business -I }plans. at thnt time for extensive .- :Mr DpVane ald. "I feel that County courthouse con-

The heavy equipment, was' hydraulic system instrument described the plan Group 1 seat, received 950 In announcing the meeting, is urged 1 to attend this remodelling of Its expanded theMe counties acted l wisely In cprninor' establishment of toll-

found burning where It was panel spnts a-ms! Texts Chitty to votes In cooperation' with the Starke meeting, aa well us those who I 1 facilities not disrupting the fiK'iil pointof froe extended area telephone
pinked overnight at a clavpit fuel tank, and various> parts us a "long range program cautious! The Group 3 seat was vacated Bradford County Chamber of I have all party started. "However In view of this I their county seats At a time service between the Starke
conducted t on a
site on Highway 214 east of the engine were all burned. he when Councilman Bee- Commerce And the Bradford I n
of Lnke Geneva In Cla" County It will be another' two or sound basis""An research, her Goodman ran successfullyfor County Development AuthorIty :Mr OcVane! said "we are I \ together rather than Tplcp-hone Corporation of
awful lot of I
end< reported to the Keystone three weeks before the repairs aren't the Board of Public In- County Agent G. T. Hug. WainwrightSuit .liar sptet" Florida., and the Keystone
Heights volunteer fire ore completed slmc( some !'s necessary but we structionJudge gins said 1 that' the. future of Heights exchange of South-

department. pnrls hid to be. ordered from the poultry industry !In Bradford ResultsIn PI r n Bell.

Apparently no investigationhas the factory. CouOY' will be discussed Legion Wants More Information Establishment of this extended
been.made of the mispert- Clerk Charles Darby said \I I nnd. !atll-mlnute\ film, will.. be MistrialA area service would remit -

ed arson Sheriffs departments I that this !Is the most. serious !shown" = In an estimated monthly
both and Bradford ElectsUnopposed I d PerrymanServices P. J. NovaK, Chamber of
of sair Clay the Incident case of vandalism of county.Hampton 'hung Jury" caused a mistrial I About Proposed Sale Of PropertyAmerican increase in rites: of not less
County I \property In recent year's. al.though to be deflated In the .I. than 20 cents! or more than
had 'not. been reported to them I minor incidents< are Contract Let R Wnmwright versus Swift & I '10 t) cents to residential telephone -

for Investigation.R. ''common. Two $100 batteries Slate HeldJudge Co Miiit in US District) Court I Lesion Post 53 hip subscribers and not

E. Jones, Bradford County me among the Items that have In Jacksonville last Thursday. | voted; Tuesday night to re- Slum no details were ale! less' than\ 25 rents! or more
road 1 foreman, said he reported stolen from county equipment For Addition announced I fnll- 50 cents to business sub-
been The jury Its I lain the. firm of Thomas & I In,. in the letter. the< Post t than
the matter to H. C. Wall], this year Darby said,, Twenty-eight votes were / Emmett Key Perry- ure to reach a verdict after 1 in negotiating with luthorl/ccl the law film of Trlbprs In the Starke exchange -

Agency which has the policyon and Jones reported another: jcnst! In Hampton's uncontested man, 77, died Monday afternoon To Big DadA 24 hours of deliberation Judge Pierce I the! Board of County Com- I II Thomas & Pierce to write area!

this piece of equipment and theft of some $50 'worth ol election Tuesday filling all I In Sinrke hospital off William McUae has 'not net a the proposed! he Commission inquhln a>- The monthly rate Increase
(I rrissionots) on I
assumed/ the company' writing: tools from the county maintenance j,vacant, positions in the towns f+r short illness, contract has been let to date for retrial I I urchase of Legion property' to how much of the l.elonl'rnperlY : lo subscribers! in the Keystone -

the policy would make IU!I. shop at the last Corn- I official finally Judge Perryman was born the M & B Construction Co. Walmv., right was suing the '1'for the new courthouse.. l Is. desired, and how area would;! be: lesl-
own investigation County Loss of toolswas ( I I (> '
mission! meeting council for erection fertilizer c'ompnny for $30.280 It. individual line. 15
tl..c for
Jacksonville offered clence
Elected to fill of I much money Is
Commissioner, George Robert< insurance,. In Everett Springs Ga. on IlndU50.000 At Its meeting Tuesday ,
covered by damages
\ not now, ) ) ) foot addi- In compensatory ,' residence two-party
,posts were: of a square Charlesfh'hnefer : r ont-s:
of the Wall Agency said however 1..a..tonorsyth'l) Ort. 24, 1088. the (ton of the' of In punitive damages right. the Post received! a I[ Post Commander
Don Hill, tion to the present plant the following 10 cents: residence fourpar'v -
that tc> his knowledge I in- 'ute Rev James, L and Cynthia Co The Stai'ke strawberry grower I litter from Bradford County < appointed
llnimson: Hill U the only Bid Dad Manufacturing ? I members a building 10 orals: business< indlvl-
been as
no Investigation/ had : 1 that fertilizer Chairman Jeime -
27YeorOcfInmate / He wa and buyer alleged Commission; two-
unbent.Reelected !Scroggins Perryman. Tnc event a rlnnl 75! cents: business
underwriters, He committee in the
mate by the him the that th -
sold to by ( Johns! stating ,
said that if they did t Investigate In Tuesday's! < vot"H .- ,an honor graduate. of Emory Frank Blake, plant manager! Gainesville distributor for ]I Commission: had selected the :ew: Legion home Is to 'je party. 50 cents: business
/ Hangs Incumbents: College 4 In the class. of 1013 said that the contractor plans constructed A L. Crosby rour-paitv 25 cents
and found anything BUSpldouH I\ were / Swift contained l a higher per 1 legion: property as a courthouse :
they would report It Mayor: T. J. Aluermnn; and a graduate of the University to start construct n Monday cent of potash than the formula '' site and asking that I Ji.. S. D. Goodman T. C. All interested parties will
to law enforcement' oftlclals Self In Prison an'* ..1\ve the but Id ing reajyfor reunited I I M. Smith Bill he given an opportunity to
C"'E'rkf8ry' : : D. Brown; of Florida! Law School. in 60 to CO) days ) he ordered and the proposed purchase "bi \\lna-n, Jr. X
use the hearing
heard at
A npukesnun at Galls. Equip- Marshal: D W. Johnson. In 1916 Judge Perry mar.. Blake said that the com In fertilizer burn to hU. 1D8.2-) rleaied" with the mpmoer- Baas arid Schaefer. he fully
ment C'o In Jacksonville. A coroner's Jury has < "ter- Louts I 63 strawberry crop.
the St.
was a member of niLnv'M call for_ 150 additional _
where the hauler is being repaired -I that Ray Carl flinty u" .
mined Brown Baseball team A veteran sewing machine operators had -- *
., said, it looked as II Inmate of the
somebody set it on fire." He I Florida l-year-old State Prison's East I August Rain of World War I, he was! met with wood response, with* fr '

eahi! such 111'esIf not deliberately Unit died Wednesday. S"ptI Total Nearly a member of American Legion around 60 applications a y- .
hone I IHI I '
set usually start from stranuula- the First Methodist randy I on P! :
I 1'7. of self-inflicted cruet: 56 and of .
out that tn Y.'jff.
ike pointed .
a shortage in the battery, butEVEILYIIODY Uon Eleven Inches / Church serving on Its "' y
,I I company's bane rate 01 pay :
I flinty who was In a punIshment County receivedan Board of Stewards and as for sewing machine operators "r .
Bradford V '
OUT! cell because" apparently of unsatisfactory -- average of 10 8'J Inches! of Sunday School Superintendent I i.' $1.30 an hour live. cents .

work rain during August les' : for many years He served as above the minimum wage requirement ,
Quarterback Club himself with a
for I of Siai. I II
In Bradford
SO-year average County Judge
U.IWECUEDChicken{ strip cut from a wool blanket I "But since the operators I
He' was alone in the cell at August-14 03 Inches. County for 20 years 'are on a piece work basis, the

Supper I the time. Louts Hill fire tower at Surviving la his widow. Lois :amount they can make, per
I Bob William*, prison Investigator I Highland reported the Peek Perryman of Starke hour Ls limited only by their
( with I I II II II Ii
Friday, Sept. 16 I said that H'r.ty!' .' during the month two sons! Comer Ferryman, ability to produce." Blake
: tied one end of the blanket 13.70 Inches. New River was Jacksonville and Emmett K Uaid I Ho pointed out that I I
Start Serving 5 P.M.: 'trip to a bar abova the cell second with 1030 inches and many operators make up to
third with 870, Perryman Jr, Bethlehem ;
Prior to Starke : .''oor. an.1 the other end was Santa Fe 11.75 per hour and a few as
knotted around his neck. During the week ending one sitter Mrs L. A. Duvls, high an $2. or more. I

Maecknny! lame: i Hinty was serving a two- Monday. New River reported Starke; and three grandchild "Most inexperienced trainees .

Adults 1.50 I year sentence from Brevard 1 80 Inches: Louis Hill. 2,40.; ren. start at tl,.23, and are advanced i

I County on a charge of forgery and Santa. Fe 80 for a coun Funeral serviced were held as soon aa they establish ,
ty average of 1.67. their base rate," Blake ,I
Children 75c:> i and an 18 months sentence at 11 am Thursday in the
for One fire was reported bs saM.
from Polk County I
This Space Contributed attempted escape: and grand I the Florida Forest Servlc"! First ;Methodist: Church ol f He also pointed out that I

Weekly to Publicize I I, larceny during the week with 6.3 I Starku. with Rev. V. J. Raga i(there are, many attractive Tile. $08.000 brick anti concrete structure OH deputed( byNew
acres burned. Since Jan. 1 dale officiating. Interment was "fringe toeneftta" In employ. SdlOol' new phy-
lit Bradford High
Members of the coroner Don :Morgan
Community Event by tury were L. B. Alvarez. there have been 71 woods:! In Cro.,by Lake Cemetery under men with Big, Dad, Including Physical I Educationtrs'hltes't 'lLdlityaml field house now under contraction

Flynn. Sr. Adulph i tires with u total of 437.9acres I direction of IfeWltt C \four paid hoHduys annually \ ulglit)
The Community George bur..ed. as compared I tow. ooot group inourance and runt won't recognize. It at the Torniulova opener Friday
Oay, Carl Lamar Johns I Jones Funeral Home. week vacation of. else will be lu view .tut tbe plwublujII
with 28 fIres and 68: acres I i one paid Under more dirt than anything
I State Bank George Kopelousoa. and Arthur I Facility
O. Loudon. I burned during the same perIled Pallbearers were neyhewa J jter &employee halt been with U being Installed. flritt.I .
lth.. for one I
I In 1965. of Judge Porrynian... company year
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RRADItORO'OOrlNTY: 'l'F.1.F.Un.\pn, NTAHKK. FtOnil TIirRSOAY. SEPT. 15. I

I I'Suit f' Planned I committee to employ corv'e-/ I[ Work-Study medium Income famHle". I Intoxication. $27.50 b.
li' nt appraisers The program Is diroeted by forfeited.

it Board Fails Commissioner Roberts sal Funds QK'd Temple, assisted by Wendell I,
I Tuesday that "We tried( fri Kelly, Charlie Uuelzman. and

f M e i. r To Reconsider z. et lu touch with Mrs. Chas- Adull Mitchell.Mayor's. To The CitizensOf
;, For Seventy
tain Saturday and couldn'tlench ,
CLADY8MOOTY I (Continued: from Page One I Irrty her so we !got with i' CourtThe Starke

Phone 964-0651 rhnlrmai Johns and a majority Jamey L. Temple, principalof (
M. G. McMillan, local surveyor of the board f Johns. Bradford Junior Iflffh: announced following cases! were,
I thank for
was on the Job th" I Hob I'ts. and Shuford) approver Wednesday that approval disposed of In Mayor's Court you returnime
two firms of I has '"been received, of a to the City C'oun
Anne and Byron Terwllle- Mr and Mrs. David Coates I 'I" xl clay following their AplI I apprals-! Tuesday night:
Bishop from Lake City Federal of $22,500 for without opposition. I 81!
umber 0 meeting survevln0 < rs- grant
gar were visiting their grandmother will return this! weekend I I I I James Jordan, disturbingthe
the property so appraiserseouH I pad GUI Brown of Jacksonville the school's work-ntud. pro- in- appreciate so much t
B. and voluntary
Mrs. Clyde Teri i from two weeks vacation during peace
!iwlllegar Sr. at St. Petersburg ) i which Mr. Coates went $ fcrgln/ the work of estimating giam. Thl1., b<> suplement- :o.xlcatlon: $55 or 10 days. vote of confidence you ga
:Beach recently through the Oschner Cllnisi( I Its value. i Mrs. chnstnin said ,shironaly i-d by i* 1.0.: ( : in iocb. funds Ernest Smith, voluntary iiitoxicatloii. me Tuesday. I will co

Among the students returnIng j In New Orleans and they i They also! moved quickly In "'' resenterl( not bein: I for a total of 30000. Temple $27.50 or five c'ayi.' tinue to try to keep tl
to college this fall are: i employing appraisers for the 'on'ulte.i on the matter of said.
toured Mississippi and Louislana. Oral Stanley Tanner, 1mpioper confidence.
:Mary Bellinger!! to third year ] They left their daughter. [ r4qtr ,fob. I I appraisers after being named I The grant will enable 70 muffler $12.50 bond .,
; At the September 8 meeting II< member of the committee.She ,
ot William-Carey College( i KIm with her grandpar student to be enrolled In the forfeited.
Miss.! Jane rF; .1C ; Chairman Johns appointed : felt that a diligent effort ORIE WIGGINS
:Hattiesburg, : ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C !: program, which combines Paul Thaggard. voluntary
Adams to sophomore year at Coates Jr.. in Meridian, Miss ,, Commissioner-$ Roberts had not been made to !study; with a certain amount :I !intoxication $27.30( bond for
Sullins College Bristol Va.:i during their absence. : ', and Shuford. and Mrs f nntart. hnl' or that the meet- (Pd. Pol. Adv.) I II
Farber ; Jessie! Chnstnln I who vote-'' 11*Ii' should! have been delayed I'jot work, and In. designed to (feited.
Eddie Brown Gary Mr. and Mrs. Lax Green
.' ,i (" rlllnlnst the Legion sIte)I as a until th:; was notified. assist students from low to A. W DuPree. voluntary
and Leslie Mercer to Murray
Mrs. Curtis Sanders, Mr. and ...
State University, Ky.; Byron Mrs. Oene KusChel and Mrs.L '' .
Terwlllegar to The Bolles H. Jennings and their t' .r ,.Y I
School; Terry Barrv to Southern children:! attended the sixth Thursday Friday Saturday
Seminary. Buena Vista. birthday party of Kflthy L $ I ,

Va.: Osraldine Oay, Jimmy Green at the home of Mr. E
Dowling Ernest Jenkins, and end> Mrs. R. A. Green Jr. inOainesville Alice Blevins Exchanges Vows With 3 BIG DAYS

Dave Long to FSU. !! Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
Wide Assortment of Buster !!. Ed Ensor of Jackson- Weldon Johnson, Jr. In Green Cove OF SAVINGS !
Brown Knitwear for ('hlldren'at ;'' \ Hie was!! visiting her mother.

Stamp's. I'I Mrs. Bertha Pearce, on Sun- Marriage: vows were ex-i, Palatka served as maid of
Mr. an:: Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- flay: changed August 12 at 8 p. m. honor in 1yellow floor
'wlllegar\ Jr. enjoyed' a lone Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones by Miss Alice Blevins. daughter length gown with matching m
'weekend at Lemon Bluff on have returned from three of Mrs. Kate BII'I,Ins. and( veil und carried a bouquet of / /

the St. Johns River near weeks tour of the northeastern the late Henry Blevins! of yellow chrysanthemums.Miss \ _
Sanford. and central states. Green Cove Springs, and Weldon Dime: Milts of Green
Local admittances to Brnrt- Mr. aldIrq.! Byron NPW- (( Johnson Jr., son of Rev Cove Spring's served as _
ford County HospitAl till I comb and family of Atlanta and Mrs Weldon Johnson bridesmaid! in a green floor I _
week Include: Snm Rosnnberir. -' ('a. nrc visitlnsr his parents Sr. of Starke length gown and carried a

Mrs. Ruby Realties, Mrs\ '-II'. sari! Mrs O. S. Newcomb. Rev. Johnson Sr.. perform- bouquet of green chrysanthemums. _
Thelma; Hall, Marvin F. Haz- for two we"kv rd the ceremony in Shelot !. Little Miss Sherry II
en, Romle Crawford, Mrs Mr. and Mrs How McCor- Unptlst Church. Green Cove Lynn Helmey of Green Cove

Emma M. Harris Mrs. Irene mack of Jacksonville were Springs. Springs served as flower !girl _
:Brooks and Mrs. o. L. : vIsiMnc. Mrs. R. A. Newsom:?: The altar of the church in a green floor length !gown I
es Sr., all of Starke; Havn-I' Isxst Friday. held arrangements; of white and carried a basket of
Devore and Mrs. Sgt./ and Mrs. Joseph" A. gladioli against background\ mums.A I
Crews of Laptev; Mrs. Clef Guy: and! son of Lawrence- of green foliage and white\ reception was, ,held In the 1 +/

Dykes of Lake Geneva; William burg Tenn. spent several tapers. Sunday School building tithe f -.... N MEN'S LONG SLEEVEd

L. Reynolds, and Mrs. weeks with his parents Mr. Mrs. Iola Miller rendered:! : church. The bride's table) .,...... .."...
Mollle C. Cernl I of Keystone and Mrs G. A. Gny. Sst. Gay nuptial music and acromtmn- vas centered with a three:
Heights: Mrs. Martha G. Pet- recently returned:! after serving led Mrs. Carolyn Knowles. tiered wedding cake topped uM'tY' SPORT SHIRTS
ty of Putnam Hall: James a tour of duty In VietNam soloist with a bride and groom.( Llnv F\aS1 ,
Osteen of Olen St. Mary: anti and was confined In a sherbert punch mints an 1 HIOHS, \

Lake Mrs. Debra Butler.M, Douglas of Naval two AStaUon weeks\ Hospitalfor Tommy brother Johnson os best man attendedhis and ,, nuts Assisting! were served.in serving were l S EA MUSS REG, 2.99 2 fOR $5 /

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Fascination Hose- :3! prs the ushers were Bill Michaud :Mrs. Doris Ml'es.' Mrs BettyHelmey. a i.
and Tommy Padgett. 1 v&d Ivy or regular ttyllnq. One and two pocket
wire were visiting Mrs! for $'!.3f() as! seen on TV at t ( Mrs.! Elsie Beaty: and 4, P RS tyUt. Woven patterns solid colors and s.-
Elizabeth Ooldwlre in the Slump's The bride, given In mar- Mrs. Delphine Cnrter. all 1: ,0, fancies. Situ S, M, L, XL. [
!hospital In Waycross. Oa Mrs. Ruth Frazier and rlnee by her brother-in-law AlMers of the bride. Miss, fll"09uarcl \
over the weekend. Mrs. Nelson Green attende 1 HurlE'Yflips.! wor> a white 1 Enrllne Miles kept the brH.vshoik sh lain ",itn Pert edl' II N I Slacks I Mt
Joe Mlckens of Lake City the Wesleyan Service Guild floor length bridal gown Spa"I..1 me t u ranl e,12 o11.N : Inen S 0- ron
a'' sits
and IsM Hensley of Stark meeting: In Gainesville Sunday featuring a brocade and tarn The bride" wore a blue linen I .... 1I colors; ;
have been admitted to the afternoon.Mrs. bodice with! flnucr tip sl'eves:' :I; dress! with white accessories PR\E\ E'lER\\ :. t REG. 5.99 v .- M

Starke Nursing Home. Martha Walker of She carried a bouauct: of for wedding trio to Oral 011R.OV1% ESt I Famous Koratron never needs $ ?
Mrs. Wllllamj Carter wes f In Lake City Is visiting Mr. and(I bridal wreath centered \\l\lthl,I und Daytona Beach, after .\ i. (E ) %/ Fortrel 10% cot. f
the Alachua] General Hospital 1 Mrs. Adolph Gay this we'!k,. a white orchid. vhleh" th couple are resiling q ( N1 R t 4 ton TrimSO Ivy styling; black, t ,
on Monday and Tuesday' for Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reevesand Miss Shlrlene Carter of in Stark IONS 3' lod.n, navy or beige. 29 to 42. s j jSEAMLESS
observation! and treatment. son of Winter Park were -- RY i

Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi t visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. L Seaman James: Talloy has Mrs. L. A. Davis! has nad'as '
Smith are In Miami attend Woodburti over the weekend returned to Portsmouth. Vn \ visitors :Mrs." D H Perry- ; Men's No-Iron Dress ShirtsCARP'S
ing the Florida Latin American Mrs. Marian: Pennell has I where he boarded the USS mnn of DeFunlak Snrlnnn I 2.l
Agricultural MI n'qter't'onterence returned to her home In St Forestall" for six months !In 111\.1., weeK.: Mrs. D J. Brawn \ REG. 3.99
from Sunday to) Petersburg after three week!;! the Mediterranean, after 14 Mis Susan!! Brown and Miss." I lius r r.vcitin9
Thursday.Mr. s'jsJtI Jti1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L rlivs! leave of absence :Marcia Brown over the weekend new long sleeves-65% polyester; 3]% combed cotton. $3
I Your
and Mrs C. F. Rhode Gentry. Mrs. Mae Jones and Ben and Mrs. Grace Holland i The like oak. knit Nfew: Neverro Single ne.dl. tailoring; dual t
,og cuffs. Whit. or blue. Sizes 14'/I lo 17. '
and family were ,"leRtot Mr. and !Mrs. Butch Sin floating of Jncksonvllle arts cf Pnlatlcn on Sunday. I .yo... cr.p. 'hk.. ta0 diMei,I.tFIRSf
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wllno at I; clair of Tampa were last Friday visiting Mrs. \V. E. Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and "Bun' gua'rfisa, .8'/2 to 11' "U i
Kingsley Lake over the week visitors of Mr. and Mrs. on Frldiy and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith GllUn i .-'
I I :! .r
r' Dacron & Cotton Dresses
end.Mr. George Flynn Jr. Among those attending the ham nttenied:! Ihp funeral of %? '
and Mrs. V. V. Hazen Mrs., Katherine Fruln of Florida Cosmetologist As have returned from two Mobile.! Ala. and granddaughter Intlon trade 'how nt Daytona: SundayUaldt'nfmm I .. ,_"-N' DOLLAR DAY SPECIALI v
weeks vacation spent at Fern Miss KrMlne Fruin of Reach Sundav and Monday : Bras, and (lr- 65% Dacron 35% cotton-roll-up $4
andlna Beads Orlando Wild- Filet Mich have: been guests "-ere Mr Lorraine Champ-: dies at Stump's.! |' c sleeve classic style. Lovely solid
wood and Tlfton, Oa. the past ten of :Jon. Mrs. Eloise Lourton. Mist\ 1 colors; Bermuda collar. Situ 1 10
days Mrs Mr. and! Mrs. E. H. Hunt of, .. r to 18; 14V'2 to 24J.LADIES' .
Mrs. W. E. Bullard of MarIetta Vergle Flynn. Hnrbara Laine, !Mrs. W. M Okeerhohre were Sat.urriav
Ga. were Monday and !Mrs. H. I,. Brownlee Iq i ispendmir smith: anti! Mrs.\ Glenda visitors' of Rev. and Mrs. V. J. I
Tuesday guests of Mrs. C. F. a month with her Oren. R.isrsdale.: | ,. STRETCH DENIM

Ward. sister Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Mr and; Mrs Joe Jordan of Mr anti Mrs.! B. A Clark i] MEN'S UNDERWEAR :
Good Assortment Of Ship) !In Lakeland.Mrs. Luke Clt.v. !Mr. and Mrs Chnr- if neon were weekend guests r. w S Slim I I Jims

"j) Shore Blouses at Stump's. Harold Ford of Cocoa 'ins Lnn-son of Tallahassee.: of Mr. and! Mrs T. L. C'i 'ev |, T-SHIRTS 11lsr
Mr. Effie Johns had as and Mrs. J. H. Fields ofRtarke Mr. and DTr;'. Bill Mornr of Mr. anti Mrs. JimMY Fort-1 REG. 3 FOR 2.45 3 FOR 220 lh REG. 2.99
truest last Friday. her niece :' have' returned from Panama Cltv anti! their rhll- her of Tnllnhas.seo were Sat- E (0 QL1J4Lll'' ,
Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough, of f{', three weeks visit with Mr. flren.! and Bud Lawson of fig: in-day nl' ht guests! !! of Mr. and KNIT BRIEFS 11011 l
Raiford. and t :Mrs. George Powell In t Island Va. spent the weekem Mrs Guy: Sale nt Kingslev; REG. 3 FOR 2.05 3 fOR 180 a PrnIs fJ 2f $5

Emmett Gahagen of Bluff Newton N. C. with rHelr parents, Mr Lake I IMl .t n fc.
ton S, C. was vlsltlns hi" Mrs. Hazel Hall and Burke and Mr"! II. A Lawson. -/se.s( !! Jean Muncly. Ruth) ATHLETIC SHIRTS O fOR "1 40 s fJ'JC 3" 1 Stretch d.nim-Ih.; n.w
Ellington': Mr. :and Mrs. Mark Her- Hirrls. O JL d. "I'r fabric with ..II.. action
mother, Mrs. Mattie Gahan were visiting friendsin !! and Frances Cannon REG. 3 FOR 1.65 f
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!several days this week.: Lake City last Wednesday long and daughter, and Mr I, of Tallahassee siwnt. th" i t,: I'27..v 0" 'J. $J textured! 75%" nylon cotton; 25%/

night. and Mrs W H. Stelnmever' weekend with 1TI'V\ B. '1 i Broadcloth Shorts FOR 200 l'r'ttr ", ''a'!sA ,.. Sanforized; machine
Ii of Jacksonville were visiting :Mundy 'rtt. Klngsiev,: :! I.ake REG. 3 FOR 2.35BOYS7 3 II.tt."rRt for"fu ease" a..,e" y washable Sizes
-- their I parents. Mr. anti Mrs. Mr am f Mrs. One Wiggins I ; .\f'tt, 'hI",_ B to 11, ,
W F. Herlonz) < Sunday.Mr. -tslted Mr. and Mrs.' John j Fafj
and Mrs Don Paso!; Hemmlnnrwny In Fll7abeth- UNDERWEAR $1.2lIr
v spent 1 las-, Tuesday to Thursday town. N C last week. I Sq( Women's Panties
nt Horse! Shoe. Mrs. C. G. Birksdale.' I(
!! Robert Jfalue S
Mrs Alta Ashurst' of Cocoa Park'dalc. nnd James 3 FOR 180 6 GUARANTEED ONE YEARI I
was vHltlnn! Mr. and Mrs! L vlsltf-d Miss Bobble' O'Brien I REG. 3 FOR 2.05 Super FOb Runproof sanitized acetate I II
] $1
O H.i/en: last week.Itolihle Sue Bark.sdale I T ao" tricot Whit. and color FOR
Brooks. SkirtsSwealoro. Tuesday.! !: 3 FOR I20 i..co"6aor6. ,, Sites 5 to 10
REG. 3 FOR 1,45 ''M $ fS '
clacks, OrrsNOH" andr.loiiM's I Playtex Living Bras '1&" N i.. o coven;
al Slump' seen on TV at Slump's.! I' .. Porlr BOYS' LONG SLEEVE !
1 Mr and Mrs: Don Piitrny Tom !Moore\ Is home.
on 30
and fondly were vacationing:: day 1 leave> before rcnorMmr lit. Women's Shift Gowns Tier Curtain Sets SPORT SHIRTS
In Savannah Oa over the the Navy base In
weekend\ Iceland on '' SPECIAL LOW PRICE 1.69 VALUE 1
Oct. 0
1 13
Vlsltln flair\ )parents: were months further duly. Acetate tricot; embroidered $1 1 1Tots' Tier curtain with matching $1 OUR REG.
Merle GrWer of and lace trims. Pastel) and valance. 80" wide; 36" long
These Hands FernandlnftPeach 3 5
Worklard last werk And Lloyd B.Mrs Braid W., \Mrs.B. !Mundv M. B JorJon!Mr\ F high shades. Sites M and L. to able th; *permanent pair. Machine finish., wath- 1 1.99 FOR I

Orlder of St. Simons Island
and Mrs.
Leaman Ward of j1P
over' thepekend.. r Brand new fall styles-woven button
Mrs G. E. \McGauley( of ln Keystone! the Florida Heights are' attend ,' Training I I Pants FOAM PILLOWS ,, solids and fond.., Regular or button
Baptist Lead down collar Sites, 1 to 18.BOYS' "
Palatka Is visiting! her REG. 204 EA.
ershlp c.-urse In OrUido'from $ .
rliiiKhter: and family. Mr. anti ; Tuesday to 100% cotton with double Reg. 3.99 f '
for :Mrs Charles Hardy from' ThursdayTHK : thick crotch Rein 7 FOR 1 Plump, full Pita foam $3 NO-IRON
a living they could be yours. Andif Tuesday to Fridny. forced cotton' ribbed leg pillow; mildew proof .

they are, make certain that some of Mrs. Nelson! Green and Mr.; RIGHT POINT for the bands. Sizes 0 to 6. nan-all.raenic. Zipper cover. T Continental Slacks
J B. Bakken visited W. MWlmberlv =
,, the money they earn stays with the In the hospital InWniirhulla WAY you, writs Cnm In anil Morpul Anklets AREA RUGS REG. 3.59H.ovy

one who deserves it most ( last Wednesday.Mrs. J
person you. elect your ftivnrltt KSTKRBROOK ; m.1 11 V'l-oi swill) continental
Marie McDnvld. Mrs, 100 combed Thick deep pile with 5.99 VALUE -' / ::3
: : cotton gnonravel $ + ,,, waistband Black, lod.n, beige
non-skid back Vibrant
Ann Taylor and Mrs.! R. B fountain pnn. TYi.1.- top. 8Va or burgundy Sizes { to 1 B.Boy's .
We invite and )
your account, in any a- McDnvld and families of f C1KAFII. I to 11, Buy nowSites for. multi-colors. Machin. $4
,. i washable 24" by 36".
mount it is welcome. Stop in. Gainesville were Sunday I school and savelBoys' ) '
i guests of Mrs. T B. Dyal. Hooded Parkas

4% % -4% % -4 % % -4% % Lakeland Mrs. Marguerite is visiting Mrs.Corn W of I' I Crew Socks SWEATSHORT MEN'S SHIRTS SLEEVE I

'10 E. Middleton and Miss\ Madge j Ewell Lawson Nylon' stretch, cotton REG. 6.99 '4 s
;; annum-Quarterly Anticipated Dividend Rate Middleton. II stretch I Banian. Whit. Heavyweight cotton-. .IO I.'. /

ur( Miss Maria Moore left recently Thanks Voters and colors. One site fits 3 FOR $1 1 whit and new. fall O. $3 Sa ..outonhell!' with heavy 6Toddler
i: for a tour of New York Ste 11, colon S, M, L, XL.( FORLadies' 1 quilt, lining, ; knit. collar. Zipper
.: Savings In By The 20th Earn front fry--) assorted solid
r? City after! which she embarked ;My sincere appreciation toj colors. Sizes 6 la 16.

III;! From The First! for Florence. Italy where the people of Starke who!t Casual Slip-Ons

.'II.,t she will study for th coming supported me during& the!! I & Jr. Boys'
year at the FSU Study Can

Ill IIIIII! This Is A Dividend Month ter.Mr. I City will campaign always be and grateful election t to' I REG. 2.99 $2 '.
tifHi,>- have" had and as Mrs.guests C., Mrs L. Cooper Clea- you. j : Smart new slip-ans) ; knit fit lining. V WERE 6.99 EST5S
Cobbler's block .
)' tan or Sites S to 10.Ladies' I 71
I'f. Savings and Loan Association lon Rhodes of Old Town and Sincerely, TO 8.99 +
.f.. Mrs! Annie of Clearwater "
Dempsey '
._ Of Starke last week, and !Mr and Ewell Lawson Beaded Mocs $2' Corduroys, weals, sat.ens, 'lamina
ted fab"cI-log. selection. Solid,
t' '..... ..... 218 N. Temple Phone 961.0300.. Mrs\ Donald Cooper and }amt (PU Pol. Adv.) REG. 2.99 / colors and fancies. Sites, 2 to 7.
.. 1IT'( of Matron: : oveaI.I.ctw. :" ."!j j.!. I Soft sole style. While" only Sites 5 to 10
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THURSDAY.. SEPT. 1X.J.968 0" .. . .._ .... ._ _. ..._,.,wnn.1DFoEn COUNTY TELEattATII,.STARKK, FI.onm.\ PAGE TIIREE,

\, Junior Club I Juniors HonorProspective I ist rendered nuptial music carnation corsage.

Plans Party For and accompanied Jerry Butler I Mrs. Allison mother of the

, soloist. groom, was attired ir a'bIlls
Sunland CottageThe n { '' f New Members Harmon Underhill servedas lace over taffeta dress complemented -

best man and the' ushers with a pink carnation -

Junior Woman's Club The Junior Woman's! Club were Alvin Underhill and corsage.A .
GLADYS MOOTT held Its first meeting of the John Wayne( Underhill.
had a. coveted dish! luncheon i ion reception was held In the
Phone 964-0651 new club year on Thursday. ( Saturday.: Sept 3. at the Mrs. Gladys Underhill served recreation hall of the church.

, Sept. 8. at the club house' !home of Mrs. Charles Sawyer as matron of honor In a The bride's table was covered

I HI with the president. Miss Bet- honoring prospective new j j I pink chiffon over pink taffeta with a pink lace cloth and

ty Jane Morgan, presiding.: members with 25 members' street length dress From centered with a bride's, / cake.
. ', New year books were givento and guests attending [ her heal fell a shoulder The punch table was covered
all members by the first i Mrs Sawyer membership length veil of illusion. She with a pink and white lace
Mrs. Elzle
vice-president dr And social chairman was In carried a pink carnation cloth and held a crystal
Sanders. Mrs Eu ene Tan charge of the luncheon and nosegay.! !Misses/ Darlene Underhill punch bowl. Greeting guests

, ner health chairman would an y ,w Miss! Betty Jane Morgan Miss Underhill |, \ and Brenda Underhill at the door was Mrs. Nora
ounced that the club president. welcomed each I, .attended us bridal attendants I Wilson and standing In the
continue to two cottages Weds Mr.
sponsor 1 1e"r person In attendance.Mrs I In gowns/ matching the receiving line were Mr. and
) at Sunland 4 GainesvilleMiss honor attendant's. They also1 Mrs. Allison, Mr. and Mrs.
Center In Gainesville She Eugene Tanner pro-
t carried! pink carnation nose- Underhill. Rev. Keith tho
," announced plans for a. party '-am chairman gave a hum- I
i Kays. bride and groom and attendants -
Velma Louise Underhill -
for of the orous talk about the different
one cottages on !
; officers and \ daughter of Mr and Given In marriage by her Mrs. .Wilson cut the
Sept. 23 at 9:30: a. m. All departmentsthat
. ;. members were urged to At- make up the club. Mrs. Vasco Underhill! became father the bride was attired btlde's cake and Mrs. Andrews -
the bride of Gerald R. In a floor length gown of : kept the bride's book.
tend. The president announ- I
Thl pen of Gainesville! son white lace over white :satin<: I After a wedding trip to
ced that the fall board meeting Hospital
; : : would be held In FortLauderdale AuxiliaryP. of Mrs. Grace Allison and, W. featuring a fitted bodice! and !Nashville.: Tenn. the couple Is

.: .... .':: Sept. 26-28. Jun- T. N-'iln, "'rector of C. Thigpen, on August 12 at long lace sleeves. Her veil of residing at 217 SE 2nd place
8 p. m. In the Southslde( Bap- Illusion was attached:! to r. In Gainesville.
I',, '. I.. ., .... ior' Day will The be on Mom'av.the will. Miss Josie Strickland Becomes Bride ] Head Ste-t. will speak on the tise Church. Gainesville! with crown of pearls. She ca.-lsd( ,

., .. .. .'. ..., '. 7' 26th. president course which is currently being Rev. Gene Keith performingthe
: i y In Christian Church a cascade arrangement 01
; Lamar Williams
f' ., '!> ,1'I" 6,1ge attend and asked all members Of ,
." .. k. 1 I
, .
JII" ,-. .' ., taught; in Bradford County nuptials. RUnT; POINT for the
;I; TilE
""t \';, .. .. -. ," :. .! L ';: : --- to try. and-' eo with her. white carnl!':ons with white
.... .. .r"1". ;.
I ,. 'r ..." '. president of the club, and the setting for the marriage hair. Sha carried:! a colonial and Aged, at the Bradford tall baskets of white carnations Mrs. Underhill chose for .elect your favorite ESTKR-;
I, of white carna-II County Hospital Auxiliary against a. background:
y. State Public Affairs chairman of Miss Josie Strickland arrangement TELE-
: '.,./. ;/ ." 1. '. Rave an interesting: talk und Lamar Williams\ on Saturday tions with lime green edging: neetlnsr on Monday night. of palm trees and lighted her dauBhter's wedding a BROOK fountain pen.
tulle and Sept. ID. at 7:30: In St. Mark's tapers. blue taffeta and lace dress! / GIIA I'll.
\ the of
: on Federation work on September 3. at 4 p. with puffs
; Parish
\ ':.<'P;a .. : ."" / '"'''J r.' '. .' local and state levels. She .m. with the pastor, Charles streamers of Ivy. I House Mrs. Reba Taylor organ with which she wore a pink

t ''\ ,, ',E .... ..'..... ,. ) also explained the duties of Reese, performing the nup- Mrs. Strickland chose fo:" .
I i : ..'1 :"t. '1. ; a clubwoman and her re- tials. Miss Strickland Is the her daughter's wedding a' -- -- -
, :. oJ sponsibilities to the club. daughter of Mrs. Fede Strick beige brocade\ street length II

; ; rr.'t: .. ,,, .. ; : .: The fallowing. guests were. land: and Mr. Williams I Is! the dress with beige accessories\
t. !. i Introduced: Miss Judy Ellington of Mr. 'and Mrs. Edwin wlth.
complemented a corsage>
l : L,, ?' 4J" 'l; ....;:! ..!I .!...iII.'J: .\ ";' 'i''L.t son : "" ,
David JlO'l\
!I 'l '. . (' .... 2 Mrs. von \:>er. 1 t 1il 1ft'm's.' all of Starke. of yellow" carnations'PrtrT -> ---
1\. ., r\. .,.).: ':;.., L: !Ludt .sc Mrs. Oeorge Patten Jr., Mrs. Arrangements of white yellow puffs of net and yellow -
Charles 'Baetzmann, :Mrs. and fuJI
gladioli, pompoms bows.
+ Carol Jean Mosley Weds Mr. Harris Kenneth Fuqua Mrs. Norman mums were used as the back- Mrs. Williams, mother of I

' Ketchie and Mrs. Robert ground on the altar and the f ,
I In Evergreen Baptist Church Rites the groom wore a pink shad-
; ,
Hague. piano and rostrum also held ow lace dress over taffeta with e

Miss Carol Jean Mosley. ed taffeta with scoop neck- Hostesses for the evening arrangements of white .pompoms matching Jacket and .acces-

and Mrs. : slightly flared were Mrs. Eugene Shaw Mrs. and gladioli interspersed! sories. With this she wore a '
daughter_ .Mr. .. !!. .tlne.Jfte '
) .
skirts accehteowlth "a"<< Bobby Sapp and Mrs. Qua with Tims- "green" "greenery pill hat"and :
Earl C. Mosley of Lawtey. and were pink l box corsageof ... ,"
George Wayne Harris son of small bow. Their headpieces Kopelousos. Mrs. John Reddish, pianist, yellow' carnations.A .

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harris of illusion were attached to played nuptial music as the reception was held'In the A ;
of Raiford. were united In leaves of net. They carried Rehearsal SupperAt guests gathered and, accom- church" Fellowship Hall. The

marriage on July 30 at 8 p. cascade arrangements of Williams HomeMr. panied Miss Marian Green, bride's table was covered

''!:. m. In the Evergreen Baptist white carnations lIlIes-of- the soloist. with a white organza cloth '

{ Church. Rev Walter Mathls the valley and blue ribbons. and Mrs. Edwin Williams The bride given In marriage which held an edging of fern BALDWIN\' CHEVROLET'S
her uncle Delbert
, j performed the double-ring and net.
entertained at a buffet end was centered with a tier-
' Casey! was lovely In a door
-d ceremony. Miss Denise Brewer 1\ \s I supper on Friday evening ed bride's cake. The punch
of silk
length empire
The altar was decorated flower girl In a floo length Sept. 2. at their home on gown table was also covered with a _
with a. ,white arch covered white satin frown with a scal- Church street honoring their organza over taffeta featur- white organza cloth decorated -

with white carnations and loped oversklrt of lace. -She son. Lamar, and his fiancee, ing a fitted lace bodice, scalloped at the edge with a gar-
fern with wedding bells carried: a basket of white Miss Josle Strickland following neckline and elbow land of fern. GIRHT Close Out SALE
length sleeves.! The soft A-
y placed; at the highest point. rose petals.A their wedding rehearsal. line skirt had a detachablelace Mrs. Gladys! Harrington;

'j Pedestal baskets held ar- reception was held at the Arrangements of late summer watteau train edged In greeted guests at the door ,

,1'j langrements' of white glartloll. home of the bride's parents. flowers were used to advantage organza held with a flat tail- and presented! them to the receiving -I

:,' carnations and mums against and The bride's table was' over- In highlighting ored bow at the waistline. line composed of the On All New 1966 Chevrolets Left In Stock And Look
a background of palms
j the Williams
laid with a white lace over points of.! interest In Her shoulder length veil of: bride and groom. the bride's
v branched candelabra. linen cloth and centered witha home for the occasion. Illusion held In mother the groom's parents I
place At
was This Wide Selection To Choose From.
'Mrs.. Lamar Reddish\ rendered three tiered wedding. cake The T-shaped! dining table with a crown of lace points the bride's! uncle, and th
nuptial music as the topped by a miniature bride was covered with white linen trimmed with pearls. She .carried maid of honor.
, t.guests. assembled.The end groom. On each end'were cloths and held a centerpieceof Mrs. Delbert thebrlde's
colonial style Casey
bride, given In mar- candelabra holding six silver pink gladioli and pom- a white carnations bouquetof aunt cut the bride'scake *
" 'j riage' by her father wore a .bandies.: White carnations and poms at the head table and a stephanotis Interspersed with and Miss Linda Strick
full length gown of Chantilly
*. fern circled the cake and !garland: of fern down the white tulle, puffs and streamers land the bride's sister kept
bee featuring a sabl'lnaneck1 covered the base of the can- length of the table. Inter- i
of ivy the bride's book. Miss Martha
&1e dipping to a V in delabra. spersed at Int3rvals were Mr. Williams attended hb Bollinger presided at thepunch *
the back of the bodice. Her wedding bells and a bride 4 BISCAYNES 6 IMPALAS
The punch table. covered con as best man and the bowl and Mrs. J. B.
]lace sleeves tapered to form
Bridal cards
doll.} place
with a lace cloth was centered ushers were Wayne Blanken- Bakken assisted In serving.
I; calla lllly points over skirt the with a crystal punch marked the seating arrange ship and Larry Williams The bride Is a graduate of 1 With Air. Con. 2 With Air Cond.
wrists. The bouffant for the 25 guests who\
bowl entwined with fern and brothers of the groom. Bradford High' School class
., 1 terminated into double wallops :: carnations.Mrs. included members of the Miss\ Dorothy Mlxon\! servedas of 1966, and is employed at 2T RUG If C ONE SHORT IEATEISAND. '. :- BUMPERS BASE
over tiers of ruffled net and the Immediate
Donald Kllgore of maid honor and only Holiday Inn. The ,groom also
end accented by faorlc
was families.
1 Jacksonville and Mrs. John attendant in a gown destined graduated from BHS, class!
a'" roses.. Her veil of silk Illusion Norman cut the bride's cake. The buffet held an ar- with e green and white or '64. and is employed by We Must Clear The Lot Of These Tremendous Buys To Make Room For The
W1l.S secured to a crown: of langement of pink gladioli
seed pearls and crystals. She Miss Judy Prevatt and Mrs and pompoms in a silver lace bodice and skirt of green Seaboard: Airline Railroad.: New 1967 Chevrolets. See Us Today For The Buy Of A Life-Time.
Wyman Harris served 'at the !satin. She wore a matching They are residing at 346
carried an arrangement of punch table. Miss Kay Brewer bowl flanked by three aren short veil attached to aJones Cherry Street.Southside. N'I
white carnations, sweetheart t branch candelabra holding
lIlIes-of-the valley kept the bride's book and .....
roses and Misses Norma Redding and white tapers. -- Check These Fantastic- Savings On Demonstrators
j centered with a white orchid. PTA .
Dewitt Harris served his Marsha Brewer gave out rice Little Women
Off To Good Start
brother as best man and the
ushers were Edwin MoMey, spending some time Host To MothersAt At First Meeting

brother of the bride and! with their guests, the couple Buffet SupperThe 1966 IMPALA 1966 IMPALA 1966 IMPALA
Bobby Crawford. Darrell Redding left on a wedding trip to I Attendance exceeded all

I' of Wildwood was ring- South Florida. The bride Little Women's Club, expectations at the first' 2-DOOR-H.T. 2DOORHT. 4-DOOR-H.T.
bearer. chose for traveling a pinked meeting of the Southslde,
Mrs.r Edwin Mosley se' 'v t dress featuring a scalloped honored prospective members! Flementarv PTA Tuesday! ]I Beautiful yellow with black Int. MAROON with Black Int. Ha- White with mack Int. Radio,
at a covered -
..8 her sister-in-law as matron I necklne and sleeves !complimented and their dish mothers supper! at their night with 117 signing up Ulldio.. Heater IS & pn, TW, dio, Heater; PS & 1)8. TW WC Heater PS & PB. TW WC.WC .

; of honor. Bridesmaids wen. with white accessories first Fall meeting Monday for membership.! WSW Air Condo Full Po- WSW Air Condo LIKE BRAND WSW Air Condo Low Mileage
r'' Elaine Redding cousin of the i and the orchid from her President Ralph Bryan Loaded
rtlrtit?'a-t. the club house. presided wer ( ) NEW- Clean-
bride! and Helen Oasklns' bridal bouquet. buffet table In thesumoom and the devotional was
They wore Identical! floot The couple Is residlns st The vw covered witha riven bv Mrs. Levon And-ewH./ SEE' 91M: L VS'OV"Ptnt"Tli RMI '1I\EF.\ n.\.ltotn-Ti\1tmt Ufttt-

length;" gowns of blue emboss 128:! S. Water street. Starke white cutwork cloth: and J. C. Hobba. principal!: presented DEAL; 01'} A un; TIME; FOR A IIU(:' VALUE SA VINH. ON TillS ONE (HURRY).

centered! with ft fall arrange: the tenchterj.! Interns/
and personnel"In.omInff ; .
I ment. The executive board school 1 '

hostesses.< : officers were Introduced.Mrs : .
I served aq
<, Miss Jivne Hardy. preil- Roberts' first grade
f dent presided! over the. busi -Ippolito room won the room ronnt. CAR

I ness meeting/ following the Open house was het-t: In each
upper and introduced all the Engagement classroom following the soc-
ial hour in the cafetorlum.
officers, potential mpmbel's -
new Major IU.[ S. A.. Ret.l] and
and their mothers.! The 1963 IMPALA
members voted to use a point Mrs. James Richard Jones of Recent Births 1964. CORVAIfl 700 CHEVROLET ,

system during the coming Columbia. S. C. announce the! ; I liJ-Pimr:; (fiirdtutt.Rddin" ( (( ami 1 Heater. llhite'Y;
rr'r. club year whereby members engagement of their daughter Bradford County Hospital 1 11)tNir l ,:eJ.ur J I If.ulio'nud' Neuter, :Side: + nM' lire-. \ .', lr'lrl1.ht' > qtr< J-Ono'OWnvrjl,. ( :
I to do their shareof announces the following\ ( ,+
'neglectlnj! Barbara Lee to Dennis\ '

1J'k r. work for the club will from be Stephen Ippollto, son of Mrs. births Mr : and Mrs. Loran Pad- "NOW $995JHS.!
automatically dropped $ ; $
,. membership upon receiving Julian R. Ippollto of Clifton, celt. Starke a daughter. T4 L2-$1395!!!

27 oolnts. N. J.The. :Martha Carroll Sept. 6. .

Plans. were made for a bride-elect' Is the Mr a.id 1 Mrs./ Paul Llovd

bake sale on Saturday morning granddaughter of Mrs. R. S. Crawford Lawtey a daugh: 1961 CHEVROLET IMPALA 1963: BISCAYNE

Sept 24, in front of Rosier of Lawtey and the ter. :Mona Lisa Starr Sept. 6.

Canova's Drug Store and In late Mr... Rosier. She was Mr. and Mrs. Stanley : Iluot' Hditll"i.|,. I' ;
the Starke Plaza. !graduated from Dentsvllle Wavne Rlchar s. Starke, :a Power fli::uken: iaifio{ uul + lialwht i Shlrit I Hmtio and Heater ( ,
New members will be induc High School In Columbia and daughter Joanle Bca sept.
ted at a candlelight servlc" will graduate in December Mr. and: MI'A. Claude Brantley 8.// mo NOW 'lr$99$ 5 9 5

at On the hand October to meet meeting.the new from Rock.: Hill.WInthrop S. C. College In Claude Brown Brantley Starke Brown a NOW $$1095TRUCKS

members and their mothersat !! .
The bridegroom-elect holds Sept. 10. Jr"l

the supper and meeting a B. A. degree from Adelphl Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy TRUCKS( TRUCKS '
were! the mothers of the older College In Long Island. N. Y ton Bowen. Starke. a daughter I For Low Cost /Inexpensive
members, with approxlmate- ,
He received his M.\ A. In ', Tina Marie Sept. 9. I 1963 FORD LIKE '
40 enjoying this dellghttuluffalr. NEW
Oovernmen from the University
Visit Our

Fellow Citizens of Virginia Mr. Ip- 5 ,NOW $995!:) Transportation>
: polito Is now doctoral candidate THE BRADFORD .
.... Nursing Council at the University of

( Has LuncheonThe Virginia COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1964 CHEVRpLEt2.TON) Economy Lot

Your support in Tuesday's!> primary elec: The wedding will! take Published every Thursday
\ tion was most gratifying.: Your con- Nursing Advisory Coun- place In Columbia on Decem- at 138 W, Call St., l.onjc Wht'-I I-! !,.*, Wwrtglide! ( :"'1'j'anK' _

tinued interest and assistance is urgently cil held their first fall meeting ber 29. Starke, Fla. 32091 Ilk imv.' fine') oilnr. Yc u'll) Find Good Transportation To

need to assure our victory on Septem- .. with a luncheon at the HOW $139S
,her 27th. 'Garden Restaurant on Monday CANCER FUND Second. class poRtage paid Jii Fit. Every Pocket Book. _
SHORT OF Of \L ILt Starke Fla.
t Mrs P. O. F los presided!

3Iy) sincere thanks to each of you.! I Th Council *.oud! I like to Miss Lillian! Stump, treasurer Subscription Rates:

have used men' thlrts to be ATJiouiiced yesterday that In trade area: $3.50: perye.v

I used for hospital gowns.... Eradrord County i* $213 Oft ; J2.0O six mont.h&C. BALDWIN CHEVROLET
I, Pleas.. !..v-J them it -.--. "".- Neil Tucker :... *:.1::':ewE a: tar sad
C.::t' :ie1.1.et: 'iv.caFucf.d; gatl: : si *.OO:;

3:titeea: !'n,, bcr.t""JNef.l'.t. A.a: u?a wv:....1 ;'::'a -:.: :lbL.r.!! 7 !im.

.. .,I help: reuCtija w4 Gu.taJd trade IU'.00:
(Pd. Pol. Ad-/ ) ozt victor.Vtl eW t1ay' :
IT. S. 3rtl NonTII PHONE 984.3100.e.3 : .
Ci 4le. IC I4t 6.k or cash: to )&&* ;tu.xp per year; 12.25 six: month '

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Defending but (they're faster, and better I coaches assess him Elmer punch on the ground. this year. Quickness and

," is Coach David Hurse Crews, a 165-pound junior Is Baker will probably use a strength Is the Tornadoes'

opinion of Baker County's a scatback with good moved roving Sorte.C .
6-3 defense with a
1966 Wildcats who will face and fullback Danny Lamb

In Friday's Openerhe the Tornadoes Friday night 175 is strong runner. --<'.

at 8 p. m. in the season The "little" Tornadoes will

a opener. face a line that averages C

"Macclenny is always close to 180 pounds per man..!
CMUon I I tough; there is no reason Manny Ciddens, 195, is a''
.. .
... .. "
"' "' they won't be this year, the senior tackles who Is big I

Beginning: their defense of I and experienced Eddie Stanch ISO or Wayne Big Tornado added. strong and aggressive. His
ran his charges through powerful I
the 1965 State football 1 Blakemhip. 168. The quarter- Jj1 The Wildcats out-weight running mate Ware Barton ..
a light drill without pads. forewall continued to brighten -I
championship.: Coach Dav1Hurse's McLeod; the Tornadoes and will start ,1 AViNCS
"We're taking no chances" things even more. back will be Wayne also 195. is a big, strong boy -
Fighting Tornadoes he said. "Yesterday, the line looked I the running back David ,'I C')-Cu lptnln| Godwin; eight seniors plus an exper- and a good blocker.
will meet Baker County High back'Paul ienced backfield
flanker somethingthe
sild offensive Shannon; Top receiver Is right end
the best ,
tomorrow In their 1966 grid Hurse was pleased with theprogr'eaa yet I Mc-Leod. and fullback safeties Sandy Sandersonand locals don't have. Eddie .
line coach Mike Sexton, Joey Dobson at 175 poundsand
of his inexperienced
opener. I Randy Joyner. Paul McLeod. Yarbrough is a 180-pound pile ,
"They all have their assign- 6'3" He Is fast And has
The Tornadoes are healthy bucks though he emphasized' Defensively the line-up The new lighting system driving halfback the Torna-

and mentally alert Hurse that mistakes will be made. ments"straight, and are readyto will be middle-guard. Andy', will not be ready for the does must stop. He's exper- good hands CommunityState

said Wednesday afternoon, as The Tornadoes' strength theirWILLIAMS pro. Co-captain Roger Mayton: tackles, Jim Godwin j opener as was hoped Coach ienced and a good outside Consensus of the Tornadoes -
Chllson. a 165 pound senior"uard scouting: report is that
Ronnie Tomlinson 178; Hurse said. The score board runner who will undoubtedlyput "
I and linebacker 'Von- and I to stop Baker this Eddie Bank >
further, the
ends, Joey Reese and Larry has also been moved Tornado defense tc
tlnues to be the leader Sex- Yarbrough will have to be
the test. y
Brown, 190: linebackers, Lea- back. I
IF YOU ton added. stopped, and 'a, "very good offensive -
starting Quarterback
ton Morgan and Roger Chil- A barbecue dinner Steve Porter-
447 i "
the '
Coach Hurse said of backfield.
son: cornerbacks. Randy, at 5:30 Friday will precedethe field, a senior, is experienced.,
barks: Joyner and Billy Belote, a opener The price is $1 a good scrambler, passes well,, The Tornadoes topped the
WANT "Their timing: has Improved Wildcats 26-0 last year with
t te.t. I sophomore quarterback, and I per plate.
X; ; they looked much better three touchdown passes. They
this week: than
far." The blocking also im- urn names as In follown which: It was a..ed l You Win When You Save!

tuonels proved, but there's still room Certificate No. 15. JV's
i6 for more improvement Year of iNHuancft. 10(14.( Open
.' Description of Property Lot!
Is still the
]line at this point," Hurse WITH COUNTY 4 Name of Bile 8 In In which Cirri ham.ai.es
JEWELRYHAS added. Louie Dempsey. worthwhile goals in life is! usuallywon

The coach reiterated his YOUR AGENT the All County of said of property Erred, ford being, State In by the couple, aware of the fact

much repeated adage that I it Florida i that. systematic saving makes the

ONE TO FIT YOUR the team making the fewest Unless .Hitch certificate or certificates The Bradford High Junior difference between wishing and
Khali he mdxnnicd nconllnir -
mistakes usually wins the re}T r, / ''f'4r ,_ to law the property Varsity grldders! will open HAVING!
POCKET BOOK fame! I described In 'It'h certificate or their 1966 season at 7 p. m
"That holds true" Hurs ertlfloates" will be sold to Ih.hllrho.t tonight [Thursday] on Brad- ,
bidder At the courthouse
said. "And we're to
going door on the flr.t10n.: ford Field against! big Gaines FULL BANK SERVICES
On make mistakes because of day In Month of Octohpr, llflfl ville High School.
SolitairesBank our Inexperience." : Big Buys These Named to start offensivelyfor ? L +f1 I 19GB. Starting for the Tornadoeswill Checking Accounts Bank By Mail \
Dated, thl inth tRy of Auu.t. be ends Ronnie Griggs
the Tornadoes are :and A.ar 11X8.tIIARUES. 10, and Reggie Norman 10 Safety Deposit Boxes Drive In Teller L..
You Do Jnev Reese 165, and SandySnnderson A. nXHRV.
Financing A'aiJable-Al1 rierk of rirciilt Court of or Ronnie Norman, 10: tack Night Deposits Full Loan Service
15$ tackles Jim
Is Pay The Tax and Own One Of ; ByGeorge Bradford County Plorldi les. Allen Crawford. 10 and
I Godwin fco-capt.l and
Diamond Buys. 178 T.Huggins. 9/1 4t 9/22 Steve
These Big Stanley Gay 9; guards
Andy Miavton' 178; guards Crawford. 10. and Jim Shu- HOME: OWNED-HOME:\ OPERATED.
I ROller Chllson. 165, and lea-. :
CARAT Only ton ________ ford, 9: center, Robbie!
Aa Morgan 160 and center .
lh t Smith 10. The Community State Bank

1.17 ______ $410.00 1nrL In agricultural employment \ places to go and faster auto- Mike Norman. 9, will be at

0.96 ___ __ 400.00 ..- Billy J. Royal we enjoy the prlvlledge mobiles, we sure need to be I way you write. Come In and quarterback; fullback Hugh '\ OF STARKE
to write and talk about most just as careful us i Stephens. 9; running back .
1.07 380.00 -- anything we want to. Notice' sure respect traffic officers elect!' your favorite ESTER: Buddy Trawick. 10. and half- MEMBER F. D. I. C.

: 1.31 :::: 510.00 r-: In WPXE Show I said "most" because when and: judges for being firm and back, Jerry Olbbs, 10.
responsible to county Impressive in dealing with
1 ___________ t7 .00 At Fairgrounds you state are and federal ,bosses you those who break the law. If BROOK fountain pen. TELE -

1.51 ________ 600.00 MANY, MANY MORE must be a little careful at you want to hear DIAMONDS TO CHOOSE certain times about certain you will remember-Just meet GRAPH.
; 2.46 _._______ 1,050.00 FROM. Marc of Edwards WPXE, program announced director subjects. cur county judge for traffic

2 ___ 375.00 OWN ONE TODAY! yesterday that Starke will One thing we all need to violation. ltI
Next week, all week, In
host to national record- about is !
play a talk and think more l
ing atar Saturday night. Highway Accidents. The Sep- Florida, we are aJI'1' IT'S A FACT!
Williams Jewelry Has The Greatest Billy Joe Royal, who haa appeared tember issue of Florida:! Florida Farm Bureau

Watch Value Ever Offered on such national TV Health notes tell that high- I didn't get the exact figure,: The National Safety a. 013e
Ed The Tonight responsibility but we do have near 40,000
shows as Sullivan\ way accidents are my Council report that one out
flflDflflllTI I IT The Economy? Priced Show, Action The LloydThaxton and your respon- Farm Bureau members In, of, It people will Buffer an CI
l/HnHVLLLil Quality Watch Show and other. as sibility. Would be good 1 If the Florida. When we say member occidental injury this year.

well as selling over three Information in this issue; we also mean family A,
million records, will appear at could be brought to the attention single membership Includes'the A survey of state work- I
A Product Of BulovaFROM
the Bradford County Fair- of the driver of any entire family! In Bradford menu\ compensation, record
8 County we have mem-, Indicated that bock Injury
grounds at pm. type vehicle that gets out onto
I Iv9 i Also featured In the show any public road. ships that represent from ones I'n._ under Chiropracticrare

will be The Jades of Lake few facts person to a dozen persons. :
Here are just a
City and The Apostles of I to think about. In the United Bradford County member- 1. Were returned. to workIn
Gainesville. The show and ship Is close to 250. This couU
States one person Is killed about half the time required -
dance will begin! at 8pm. I mean that we have a mem-
i methodsand
: 11 minutes. This means by other '
Royal has recorded such hits I every bership of 250 families or ? yd
that the population of a city *
SIO. as "Do\vTi. In The Boondocks," somewhere near the size of probably eleven or twelve
"I Knew You When," and > hundred people. 2. The merage cost wasabout .
Ofainesvllle Is wiped out an- / ?i O JrAg
f "I've Got To Be Somebody." population I Our president Is Lonnle one-third Ira. than "t
nually. The entIre J
When asked If this show Harley He has worked hard other method of treatment.
city about the size ,
was strictly for teenagers Ed- ot a In' the interest of Farm Bureau %
Orlando, Is Injured In Florida Remember for shorter
wards said, 'I certainly hope In fact he
this past year.
I In Florida we, I lose time anil des. rout \
The Very Best In Jewelry not. Bily Joe Royal Is an International each year. just might get re-elected forI of b-
have more than 10,000 milesof for care, we your Chiropractor ,
star who has entertained : having done such a good job.
Is Found At under state .
Always primary roads first.Chiropractic
millions of adults. 1 Voting has already. been done r.
am confident that the adults maintenance. Over 1,500 and by next writing we will l lit not United 0

of Starke and Bradford County (miles of these roads! are four- know. to back, ailment alone,

Williams Jewelry 'will enjoy seeing and hear lane highways. With more Our Starke State Farmers but la effective In a wide
ing a star of his calibre. will meet You t
loads better roads moreSLADE'S market committee variety of ailment. /l'ma I.. ,. ,,'
I :Monday night to discuss em- owe It to yourself. end your i., I
.I ploying; a Market Manager. family to consult, the Chiropractor -

Chairman Carl Prevatt tells first.Published .

me that he is getting lots of

Spectacular September Savings questions ''about the market. ( a* a public service -
One reason is that In a month by the N.. Fla Chiropractic -

from now we will be needinga I Aslin.)

market for pecans. Then.
ct course, it is just natural '

that the market organization \ \

F will have some affect on the .

planting of a crop. Our con- 1\-
cern now in getting well organized I

-a : ) is In the Interest of
setting strawberries next j
month. i I

II Bobbie Brooks
t I
lCOIM1* Jl IMF:'" COVHTi \
i xi> FOR niiAnrnnnnrTY. I I
<' Fi.iMimt. I I ROUND NECK PULLOVER ---_____$10
In drrrn.nd.re P.IUof: Mary T.*non LONG SLEEVE CARDIGAN ---____$10


I' All creditor "f the estate of OPEN FRONT BLAZER ____ _. ____ $18
'' .
I.cnon hershv
JOIN THE W_ Mary .1| .d are I
notified and required. to
Ml. .any 'lulmii or demands ) Wonderful Colors To Choose From:
JET SET" MM.-h they mn\ have against"
: WESTINGHOUSE mil. *! rotate. In the offlr of the
L1 =
: .
::= ,i nmty.idea/ of nrnrifonlPointy. .
. Florid in the rourt-
: : With This FabulousWESTINGHOUSE 12 Ft. hoiiK at stnrko. Florida. within -
nix rnlfndnr. month fromthe
dnt. ( of the flrKt puMlontl SETON- r..therHANDBAGS
of this notice' Each. rlnlm. I
MR. CLEAN or demand niut' ho In writing
NO FROST and nitint ntnta the piece or
renhleni, .and post office' ad.I, Th. .
big M* !In fu* "endbe9I. Soft Soon
.. A
That's What You'll Be With .Ir. if the claimant and must LET
RefrigeratorAt .he mvurn to hthe claimant.hl Touch-of-Gold hued ....!&l. colorfully lined, wok
This Fabulous nirent.. or hl. Attorney on| TOTE" Strip thM convwu for shoulder
SCREEN It will biiomc void aaoonllnff ORIDAST taiy -"'9$4 -

This Price What to AtlKili't law., .. Slut 198(1.( I i
Can You Say About I.FX'Y LF IVMOVAilmlnlmrntor :- ''I ONTIIOLa .

15 Lb. Heavy Duty It? of THOMA1 MAry I.enon* PIKROE201S of di*the.....F..tLto\: \ CMIMIC.\I co.

$179-95. North Temple Av.. CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE
Select Your Water Temperature
itnrke!' ,. Fmrldn, \
CHOICE OF SPEEDS Attorney fnr Administrator SOFTEE LOAFER

$ 50 Firm publication on Sept. 8th i

WASHER $. 199.-3 Would doesn't you stare believe back $199- W.T. 198$. 9/8 4t 921"VOTIfK I So feet, for the. fun crowd Soft cruttod KidtJpfn in 1

It \ .. low Slung Hitching on the V

see, let 111. ".!t.
Slade Gas & AppliancesGAS NOTICE: I3> HEREBT: : owEN!' CALL IIIIOI$9
15950 that Mr. T .T. Alderman.. holder,
of the follnwlnar .rtlfieate'l
MADISON ST. PHONE 961.7701 ha. filed ...certlHoaton.. for a 964-3965
tax deed to be Untied, th.r.on.
t. .._. The certificate number and I
years.se 1..aDOI8.tI. ,. d..*crlp: *', '. .






------- -- -- _F.1GF.. ;:._ FIVE uo ,

LOTS OF PANTS order for 43,000 pair of work ager. "but I think we can and family spent Labor Day i I I
Demos Plan Note To TV Commercial up for aw\'nil'T just plain cigarettes Hn I
I I punts to be filled by October make it." I at, guests: of Mr. and Mrs E. r
Bin Dad Manufacturin;131.I i>m old I l.i hloneil enoiuh, Lift i I li.i.c-n! finiml a whole
"That's a lot of pants.. Big Dad Is currently operating A. Rose in Lake City.
Co.. Inc of Starke has one t Free Fish : Writers to b( Ueve! that a dally bat'< lot ui llvt.aiice! in the van -
[ says Frank Blake plant man- at full capacity and Is, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Meek Fry : fCccp: Your Cool/ B&xys! \mitt a cake of soap will do bus brands None, of them
planning an Immediate: expansion I were guests of their aunt
I B* much for me lib .nattily demands uic 1nootit. smooth.
.. -. I of Its plant here to I I Mrs. B..1. Hauls last Thursday Honoring HighPlan n. Ittlsscll! Rav I'<"r ot'io' thin" lit>, of is,;;on-, f don't hrlle, e ,I I I 1 /imooih": as the man kay; ; o>;!
rmploy 150 more machine I
: ,;"J" 'J f...,::1 '" op- 1 I 'Lite, Fxp'Mlenii' and (common rem';" spot tal cream,, 01 spray| 01" arc they as "cool, cool, "" 01'oulJn't '
," I erators. Mrs. Ray Miller spent Mon- aip'ei: ( the inctidveitl.slr.u that
"r ''j t c tar it Dcmnoiitirmllv : I II have enabled. me to lute |ihMith Dillon( I.I woudet l ul. and t II I| \\ : it be nice -if some
< day as fuest; of Mrs C. I. pays for mm uiv 01
I nn i fish fry preceding; i annnvnni( and!' I don I '011, I. about flail' i
( wiry( mv "rice! !{uy simply !said, "M.v
:;- '.. ....... ... ., Hickey: In Belmore, the splendid radio an.i I telo- i
"" ''''' the November' G-neral) Elec- ,
''I--' brood .
01 "woirv" ovrr them I cite skin. Tf I want to use thatreasy product Is :aood.. why don'tSou
; : ,,+ I N ISH Mrs. Llsile Starling. Mrs lion, wcie made at a moetlnn! : programs I enjoy. 1 i' lUst don't. like bring remin'led ;: kU,; t.iff on eastPft try it. thanks for Hsten-

,; ".'t.,..H.." \ : Kingsley Lake :Mary Shipmnii and Mrs. ol I the BiHdtord! County DemocraUr i know that were it not for the over and:' over and over a 'uln 1 of f mv bur. Chats. ; mVt| mil: ,, [and nuw ;HO/ back to your
,'. ,I ....,< ,' Elma Riggs attended::! thu Kxe'utlve( Committee:I tremendous advertising Invest "
.. that phvslrilly I am a total. :)l ii : ,, ..1'.... funeral of Mrs. Lillian SaunI'ers ment of certain sponsors I''
; In.st Thursday: afternoon 1 loHh and a danger! toni. ?:, .1111 I heein .
,,+ Mr*. K.: M. N...... \ nst: from pure gratification
i. ; Wednesday would not have the
in last pleasureof
( Middleburs
I The( I'all111 be hel.I In I ,
:Most of the '
products announcers
::: : .II"1' \" Phone RS3-2081 I seeing!; World Series ball' :. .
;' < /..' late September: or early Out*>- rave and tens hci\. ,
",, .,,.. .... ,, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ma- games In full color nn.1 I understand \ -
#\, .. .'" '..y..y.y....... her, with tho actual: date To hair about Are good but untie
Iv .... clieda of Jacksonville were the Importance and f
beset for th convelence of
I ".' the ire n<- Hood ns they (clnlni ,1,1"1,
!ifWI.t.... ..., J riiuitrti NEWS; Tuesday supper guests of Mr Democratic nominee for Oov- value of commercial competlt'on In pplte of whet ntnealt! '" T. RVVAL
Beulah Baptist Church and Mrs. E. M. Norton and and free enterprise,
tenor Robert Kln-r Hi<:(h J 10( doetois( say ov hovmm;
'held a Training Union Socialat family. I I am n" are of the part the:
; who! has been
.. /. ( extended\ fewer cnritiec ome kid timid
the home of Mrs. Elms I ot'Kh-uctlve idvertlslnu Iw-
.". ,.; .4 bv'rntl'ni to attend. or howl r fast, this or that ,> I ,1 i itemeIv
Rises and !Mrs. Mary Ship- played in expanding: market
/ Marvin L. Godwin 1 IIP fish fry will be paid mnv he. It all n-''rl.I 'tn'' '"
y ... man. Saturday afternoon reducing COM to the ccnsume1
; inr bv the Democratic
Com- to If''
a 01 l lilch
1.t-J.. .utY. ., .4..1.. ....;.-'" ...\.I. .;\ .y -eN Those present were Rev. and Services; HeldWednesday rnittee and 1 all Br' drorrt: ( /end making this country\ a rind baloney: and p-"ssui-p when van r'. HIGHWAY I CHAPEL
Mrs. R. L. better place In which to live
\ \ TaKgart/ and \IP1'9' "-' Invited to atti-nd '
\ Ipht down to It In"i
,\\ \ r- :J. : ., daughter of Mlddleburp.! Mr Time ,and, mace, : will be announced T have no ounrrel with advertising Inclined: lo f"el Mint the. wt''
( : f.Idh'S: James Weeks and ,: I believe In it andehect '
later.In OF GOD
l. ,. l "J. '.. \ ) Marvin LaRue Godwin, 75. buv for)! mi" sane indivHuil: 1 I h"RRAND :
family. Mr ans: Mrs. C L : | It for whit it is and
In oth r action at trip
of Starke.: died Monday I X" I iim not.| Im-
"r-\ ( r" r HJ key and son Mrs Gloria Alachua: Oneral Itos">ltilHP ThiirscHv!: meeting Guv Andrews what It does' pessed' : with wlenllflc denrn West \Veldon and Kaiford Road
: Meek and i I do. however have boor
family and Mr.ind n
4 (committee( chairmananuntntnd
{ was emplove-"' by the Uni- stiatioivor eliborate 'mnh"r ,
: I Mrs.' Tarvin and son, all) of School orForestry Mrs Rubv B to pick with PI'I'pnt.Iffl"cll'- "
\-prsltv of Florida: : charts Therlelll" r pro"n! II i
/ Belmore and Mr. and Mrs Johns ps chairman of the local fTtlsIni'! mctho nnd prnctfe9I ,
member cockeyed
8- / and! was thinit lu niv honkAside '
; i Rav Miller and .trnnl\ resent the hard STARTING SEPTEMBER 26
of the ;ri-thnll* Church I l Dollars; for Democrat from" the 1''rlll'n'-IIlI'l' '
/ / PERSONIS!I ell pio"rnm! now belint!! t>''ntticcd / ('-
'r'rlve. nnl! arranzoments
Surviving wife AirsIlnnle weiemade claims
: are his and R0-c 'lled clenl-! '
,, /
Mrs\ 'I 1 and!' fo dear to the heart
Chester Wood and T. Godwin: tw for a delegation to attend the proofs nnv sine seniilli'eIrdlvldml 7:30: P.M.
: children recently returned daughters* : Mrs\ Oracle Paltier : the $100-A-Plate fund ef many of the bright young: kl'oIhat no one

: I from a three weeks vacation ( of inesville. and Mrs raislni rtnn') "r in Jacksonvillein wn of Madison Avenue vonp. or toof'irtn' : 01let t '''-

'o riflCroxs. WIs. They visited Marie Sullivan Starke; three!! October.Civil I recent having: my Intelligence "ent Is 'Uperlor to nil other, ,,
:Ms: Wood's parents. Mr. and I Insulted every time I t
Jack- Beecher
sons! Claude Godwin, Tf t.hat1'1'0 the cn'-e' n lot or Evangelist Gillis
Mrs Selmer Pederson.Mr. turn a radio or television knob
.onvllle: Curtis! Godwin Fairbanks War Letters ,'OI1CI'rnqI'oullf have bee'i
Ride The 'Winner and! Mrs.\ Charle- Godwin. T oblect, to the bad tast"' In cut
: : and Earl ; of business lung nuind > flf
Will Be Read much of tortnv's nclvertlslm: > Auburn (;ia.Bro. .
Crews visited Mr
and Mrs Ptnike! : a half brother. tonne their product forejottpnMost ''
D I. Knight at Hellbronn Oodwln. Bartow: 18' ant" s"k| of the announcersweimln ( \ any of the populir,. pnliifiireifers .
jTo History
All The \Way! .Surlngs Sunday afternoon. 'Hranrirhll-Men. and 22 RieatJinndcliildrcn. Inc. fill'tel'"!'. polntina.yelling!\ three warning teti. will she you ,nm'chef Leroy Lightsey, Pastor

Mr. and Mrs Grady BI hon ; 1 letters" written during, ) In time It von have a
visited Mrs. Gloria Meek\ Funeral ervlces wore held the Civil War will he featured Pleading: imploring! and beg- 'cndnch" but I hiven f fo'in, 4

and family in Belmore Sun it 2 p m Wednesday at Wil nt the monthly meeting of olme one' vet that' 'Is "Fust Fri ,

Vote ForHell day afternoon.E. liams-Thomas Chapel In the Bradford County Historical 'tndh I nm'Idiial a .more I experience or; less' normal the, Fast t" So T wish' that '.... e""j Everyone \Welcome I

M Norton and John Gainesville Burial' was ins Society at 7:30: pm. MOn imp problems" most bnll who sin' IPS tini. i I'll'" t

Wmmoim attended' a Brotherhood nta t Fp Cemetery near flay, Sept. 19, In the public II- as peoplet my bloodstirnm! Witt'. '-Inm ,
have body odor! fnlllna!: hslr
meeting at Lake Yale Hampton: brary. I
'andruff. bad breath Indlne.- ------- --- -
TuckerON Friday evening. Myron C. Prevatt Keystone"'
lion Irr-Kularltv.! heart burn.
Hurse Heifrhbs attorney and n descendant ....
Mr and Mrs. C L. Hlckevere Discusses i headaches, sniffles and a lot ,.-..- -- -.
of pioneer settlers( of I
Sunday* dinner of
His PhilosophyOf MIII Mrs\ Mirv Shipman and Mrs.I a
SEPTEMBER:: : 27 letters written by his jrrnn"l- 1( Funeral Services
ma Rmgs. Training HIGH FUEL BILLS
pnretiitsvho were: sweethearts ( Held
FOR Mr. and: Mrs Donald Hick at that time Wednesday
Head Coach Dave Hurnegave
and son of Gainesville and Judge T. A. Yawn, For C. L. Garner
CITY COUNCILMAN Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr. and football a preview nt of the the Starke 196S! of tho society. urges nil persons -
season & make
children of Starke were Sunday Rotary Club 'Wednesday predicting who are Interested In the Charlie Leslie Garner. 70.of M&k\ !you
!guests of Mr. and Mrs.
(CROUP; ::1 j thAt htv team will he history of this area to attend SIR1p.: died. Sunday allerI \
1v. II. Agner.Mr thin meeting. I noon after a IlIlltel'lnR'llInl'H'
and Mrs. Chester Wood I more of a passing team thisyear I I He was horn 11OI'el.'l1o'111 '
and! I will more
play tea ?
-I "wide opon" football than ever County Virginia on April 2 hit ceiling!
New Provision
before, "Most' of our runningwill I 18')0') and was a retired foreman ,

'-i be from pro formation, 'On Medicines having been associated!
L which HOC In the professional with the textile industry In
games on television" Explained To Vetsi North Carolina for many II CEILING HOT WHEN YOU

Nurse The said Coach nIl touched on i I M T. Dixon of the Fla. years Mr Gamer had made his HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE

of Veteran Affairs, has In Stnike for the '
his philosophy of high school Dept home past
football which l lit that youngsters clarified a new provision oC f[ 11 years coming here from AN ORDINARY HEATER!

I should not be thrust into : the law pertaining to arcst.erson Koanoke Rapids' N. C. He

For SpaceAgeMen competitive fx( ()tball too noon- who ns H veteran 0'(. was a member of the Meth-

i,01' the Korean Conflict. 11!t Surviving are two dauRlvters.

"I realize 1 am In the. minority eligible to receive Incrcn'er, Mra Irene Norris and
J lr !
on this. but It I In my rater on non-seivli-e! "' connectI Mrs. Ruby Turner both ol

y y +, firm conviction," Huron mild I pension bused on need olrcvular f Roanoke Rapids; five sons

Come in and see today'snewest He believes on concentrating I girl and attendant Albert F I IHudiyl I Garner of
on physical upgrading and Dixon says he may he fur-, Starke Milton Wilbert Clifton

trend. Our selection 'HHnrl lot" football for fun, In [ iilshnd drugs or medicine on and Curtis Garner all of

1 t the early' yell 1'8. prescription! by duly llcoivedphysicians ( / Roanoke Rapids: one brother 1 :9 .

1 of contemporary suits will "I've had lots of bov t tell" as a specific th<'r- Ned Garner; four slater: .

me they quit playing foobbiill nnv In the treatment of an \frq.\; Annie Mae Holmes. Mrs Y YI YL
please the most discriminating in school IJWJUI.MO they're Just ;;i illness or Injury suffered by i Maggie Deberry, :Mrs: Ine ;

plain tired of it. having "utuited the icteran, I Kldd and Mrs; Lucy Wor-
Note the of
men. signs when they: were eitflli. This provision Is applicable! :ahem, all of Roanoke Raclds

the times in the hacking year old 1.;' Hursc declared.The !. I only to t those veterans jcr 1vnc Alpo iirvivinv\ are ten !grandchildren
pockets HUM mentor predicted :! thl.s ali' and attendant I ) and 21 real!

l and novel lapel treat- the tine new )physical education late under Public I.aw B111. Kiandchilldien,
t ''or Hold 1 house) will boost ? commonly caled the new I Funeral services were held

_) ment. We have a wide se- the morale of t the athletic tension law at 2 p. m. Wednetday. Sept I

program 100 per cent. I Dixon ruifjests' that oil interested I I 11. in the Branch Funeral

lection ot contemporary ac- It should make a lot more veterans should contact Home In Roanoke Rapids NJO L

boys want to cmno out for their local County Veteran : Interment was hell' In

cessories, too. .sports, just to die-in out in Service Officer or wv't-' Cedarwood Cemetery DeWltt'C

I the new buildinK" tho couch |i to him at Box 1437. !Rt pr-t- ,. Jones Funenl Horn wa'

m. 6111 m.n He duploml' the fart I that I I I mation.! i men!s
he has only 21 boys out for I I
FROM but said
football this year !
I n they were the strongest and "
fastest In the area though not dY : yt

FXri-USIVE the largest. WPXE
a NhCKONE. TAILORING .95AND 9 5 PresentsBr.lEy

yotir' coat coll.ir. Ihal
(gives 49 .
STILE/ IIRTUOTIiIS, ever-neat fit, no matter how A C'luxHiniHl. All In the TKIJC-: 1 t s
jou twist" ; or turn. You Vj/ iwa w ;jlways look well'groomed! ROYALBradford
sv sa rl r
TuiloicJ by Merit

Jl illlffi lP''c'

OR USED CAR County Fairgrounds

.. ... 1 is&.4'f'

tit I".Ipt AI.J4)' ,\"\ !IPINDOUT Sat, Sept. 1 17-8:00: P.M. never waste

m& mLJti: R heat on the

'gymp DANCE and SHOW
ceiling out
the chimneyIt
With The


r I3u'riEIANIT HOW CAR avrcas pays for Itself with the fuel It saves !

MAY SAVE Jades of Lake CityAnd


.... ''nprn8H81, len4, in 4nmSuperb THE
Bvne brings y-.oJ I We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you continually pay
w.,1 dab:4; k" ""
two end 'Mee prose fie STATE FARM MUTUAL

.' .emu be.ytlully ,.,.Ioed. 10 tastefully 'Q.n''. that CAR FINANCE PLAN for heat you don't get! 'rhe new SIEGLER Oil Home Heater
f ofi. t
{ ,;;1 It hat /10 I..h.on. Imnl Low cost financing wrings the heat out of every drop of oil, then pours it out over

._ .J./ cooperating:through a local bank The Apostles of Gainesville your floor. With a SIEGLEIl, you get the comfort miracleof

and our low cost SUPER FLOOR HEAT, no over-heated ceilings and low, low
1 :'+''t4.' insurance too I

r..t. S3S fuel bills; So don't hit the ceiling hit your Siegler dealer fora

CALLTODAY! At The Door $2.50
'r :st; pas Advance-$2 hot demonstration!

1 .last.. colors.
W :.Merrill Willliami
i .. : .'-l
.'Jwa itrti-.. 'n 117 N. Walnut St. TICKETS; ON SALE:: ,\'1'Carp'

'?'CHARG "IT'? Phone 964-5391 + Dept. Store-.Starke Plazal.ee' 1
f ;
ON CAMTI ornoNCHAtO ,, ( STATE Mutual Autonwbil FARM. ..... .... !<4 Drive-In & !Restaurant/ m\ii.: \ nk; IfUnNl1lIU : CO.

Intuiinc Lom.yNome cr
I Ol<..<- I.U..... I WPXE: Studios
1'aommtbn, .ItlmoiS/ t lM:! I W. (M.I. STItKKT: : IMIOM: !tuii I- ltHTIwRRDAY :

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PAGE SIX :-'"7=J'; ... '. BRADFORD COUNTY T LEORAPU.: STAnirm. r...r wm." THURSDAY. SEPT. 15. 19(1(1( (
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.------ J [ Great Lakes. 111. Farmers Are Being Asked curtlflcatoH. will be aohl to the a u/\v (Co nil to a pt loo >v
In the first weeks of his I NOTICK OK A..I.O'l1"01t hliclK'Ht, hldilcr, at tho court of 8AL, KK. S Par to Hit 641 2.1'. RIGHT
TlOKKII: Monday for I'OB, Cont. 8 816.74' N 88 THE POINT for the
naval service he studied military houHe door on the flmt -
SERVICE MENSeaman For Social Security Numbers M..... 1UI.HI. K.<4.NOTICK In Month of October.. I'JUil I>eir. W 210'. N Porto UI218.74' \
tul)(\e ts and lived and! IS HEHKHV OlVJo N. which in the 3rd day of Ui'to-. 8 08 Des" H 210' to D.'gSee. way yon write. Coma! In lUll d
worked finder conditions .that Mr.nrl' Hnrton holder, ....I'. 15011.T'at.cI 10. T-O-M It.22...:.

t\\\\. : i slmllJii' toV those he will encounter It the ASCS county office wool incentive payment program of rilcil the, mild following I'criirii-uirii. rrrtlflcnteihm fur thin 2lith, day of AnIHIPI Name In which a.Mii"pJ Siiin- elect your' favorite ESTER.!!
'. !IHOII. ,
J I on his fh.il; ship or at asks you\ what your\ Social and others. 'toe cii'fMl, to .be IftMiiefl. thfrnnn. (iHArU.KK: / A. DAliDY, uel A. Brown.. BROOK fountain pen. TELE.
his first The certified! numberH andyvan All of Maid property helritf In
1 shore stat.on.In :: Security number is please And. beginning January 1. Clerk. of Circuit Court' 01Hrnl
of Imiuiiilcv, the County of Bradford state
\ \ the d t.iiptlon '
\ 1tttJ \\\ making the transition uon't think that you are being 1967, and each' year there- uf the propurty, tinU. the H/1 4t 9/22 ford County KloHJn of Florida. GRAPH.

\ \\ from civilian life to Naval singled out for special after. all such sight draft name In which It wu. naHumivd Unleai such certificate or certificates -
\\ _' Recruit James B. a. followa ,
are : .
[ service he received instruc- attention. cautions Leaton payment made to producers Bhall be redeemed according
Talley III 18 USN. son of OertlflcnlM"' No. 11.Y.ar 511)rlC'': 0'' .\VI'Itt'.t'l'lI to law the property
tion under! veteran Navy petty :Morgan Jr.. Chairman. ASC under these will be of lHimn .
programs Itrt4.IieHcrlptlon FUll T.\\ I>KIIHer. :": > deHcrlbed In mich certificate orcertificate
:Sir and I ,,
B. liunilal
Mrs. J. TalleyJr. I F. rhltty Mayor .r|
officers. He studied County Committee. The number reported to IRS without regard of f'roptti'ty Lot' 'Illl.Ill F.M.NOTItIi will be lold tn thehlghe.ut
.. of Stai ke, Fla.. has been seeman-: j Is needed by the Internal|I to the 4 of Tllk IB (CroHlty I.iikt-" yh.i.m : IX/ IIMKMHY: : O1VMX)::?' bidder, at the court the City "if "'Mtnrkv Flitrliiu. I U,
wudutUed fiom nine weeksof ship as well as survival amount. Produc- 1 Name In whUh ..""..,'d n that Mr. T. .1. Alderman, hi.ldrcf hoime door on 'the flmt Monday virtue of .the authority... venu-i
Revenue for Identification: era will be In me by law do h** by cull
advised annually' .1. Nlurllnir' Jr. <
I .
ceitlficateKhim I In Month of October 111 ill.which
i t the following)
Navy basic training at the I techniques military drill and in connection with of the All of Muhl, bnlnir III ""ond Primary, Klvotlon to I..
ijniperty .
purposes i i program payments re- filed Hllld cerlirical I <*H f Naval Training Center at other basic subjects.DON'T farm program payments.;! j ported to IRS. beginning I the .county of bradfonl, ututvI tux deed. to .be IHHUUI. thereon,. l tier 11100.! ( () held, at' HIP Klrc Htatluii In Hi.nioromild ,
I of ., ..'rldR.I City by 'I(l'llllifllvters '
Many tarmers have already! with payments made In 1337.: j I UnhiMH. Much certificate.. or certificates The. certificate, ,numberH. and. Dated I this 30th .day of Au- on TnvHduy. Heptvmlx, ,
of luHtiance the deHcrlp- 1968.
filed Form 3435-A with the I Mltall ba. redtk..mud ,llccordlnK yearn suet :27. IIIOD .\. l I.. for the purpof ... .
Identifying: numbers are already tlon of the property, and thfnameH I CHAKLEH! A. DARI'Y.Clerk ,
county office listing their I I being use In to law the propertydeHcrlbed In which. It wan aaHeaurdare of Circuit (Court ofBran" Eluctlnic the. following,
payment- ,
: In Much certificate. or '.. Florida Group :3 (Councilman for
follows rd CO"
social .security or employer:! reports which banks And certificate' will be cold' to the Certificate a. No.: 83. 9/1 4t 1I/ 4 Y. two yelirs.Merrill .
n identification number. Requests other paying agencies maketo hlKhoHt. bidder lit the totirt Year of Inmianre, 1904peacrlptlon ATT KMT;
houae. door 1 llwllrd... City (fin, l
foi the Informationwere on the tlrllt11111' of Property Com, -- -- I II <
IRS. as required under the '
day, In Month of g (October. I 1'ifltt!' 50'') IS of Cr of St ltd 2." .; ofIT I /lll 21 :.
mailed last fall to each A Classified Ad In The Telegraph
C'1w j I Internal Revenue Code. whli-h I.. the 3nl day of Oi-ti) of ('.. Hil Klin I K I luaii. nilINSCBANCK i I
known producer who receives Any questions about thU,' Ixir 1UO.!) brings results.4eLu .
Dated thin 29th day of AuviiHt. -
program payments.Producers matter should be taken
tAo' JP1 I, I!mm.HKL'UAII.
who receive with the ASC County Com M MOKDY, D. C. SAMPLE BALLOT
o'a direct program payments and mittee. I I'lelk" of Olrvlllt Citlllt of
who have not yet filed the Kradfurd. Cou ii t y. Klorldn.. SECOND PRIMARY
9/1 4t U22.MtTll'K
8. PLACE THISRESPONSIBILITY Irom. however. are asked totorward FIRST METHOIHST
"he ".,a.'lle ne"" information to CHURCH:
STARKE : : Ol.' .tPPt.Ir'I'Io'\
p the county office by October Foil Tit: I>KII: .
51EIiLER: ON YOUR FAMILY! 1. 1966. Sunday Church School.. Hre. lit t.III<.. ....... Starke, Bradford County, Florida
9:43: a. m. Morning\ Worship.It NOTICE I H, MRMI5UV {fllVKN
Mark III Why run the risk having bereft loved select For 1966 ASCS must report t that Mr. Carl llurton. holder,
ones jour family memo- to the Internal RevenueService a. m. Snack Suooer for of the following certlfhuteH SEPTEMBER 27, 1966

MYF, 6'p.. m. MYF Meetings.' haH filed Haiti certlfli'ateM. for .
ri.lI1'c! have of sight draft a
a large variety monuments elaborate any payments
-simple, large
GAS HEATING SYSTEM of $600 or more under 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: tax deed to be fanned. thereon. To vote for a person whose name is printed on the bal-

small-and will be delighted to help you select fitting memorial to c.irect payment:' programs. Tuesday WSCS S'udyCourse. yearn The.. certificate of iMHuan.e.numberH the deHrrlp-and. lot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the

SUPER FLOOR be erected, wow while, time permits proper forethought!! in illuming. This Includes tt Agricultural Wednesday\ 9 a. m.- Primary. lion lianiea of In the which. property It wart and aHHeHttedare the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

Conservation Program.the .
Junior. and Youth Choir an tOJl'>\VII: COUNCILMANFor
HEAT OUTLETS feed: grain program the Certificate' No til.
Practice, 3:15.: Family NlhtSucoer Year. nf INIII''"'''''' 1)4.DeHcrlptlnn )() Group 3

I1I sklesl ROSIERCALL : In Fellowship Hall. of Property Corn For Two Years Vote for One
() B:30.: .at SW ('0' of K'd' of W '"' of
US A Monument Company WH'4: ..f II Ii)'4. F. ion For r-OB.
Thursday Chancel Choir N. 420', K 105' M 420'') tn 8 Bdry
hEW HEATING COMFORT OR COME A Ill W. Madison St. Corn Price tehearsal, 7:30.: of "Bee.' W 103' to POD Sec. tt- I I
BY TO SEE W I I'. O. Box HI8 RateAnnounced B22Name In which anae.Hed l.ulti :.

PIN IT UP-BUILD IT US SOON. W PHONES Support W.C.T.U. Relic Terrell.
All of Hnld property being tn NEIL TUCKER
INORPJPEITTOADJOINING Office !069-1261) Slarke( "THE FAMILY ALTAR the County of Bradford, Mate
ROOMS Home 782-3655: ; -I.awtey I WOri.D ALTER M '.NY A of PIrtIa.UoIee. aiicli, certificate or iertlflca I I II

4 aliall be redeemed. atnrdinif I I
FAlnLV.Sunshne[ ; Magazine
A pricesupport -
county corn
SEE IT TODAY! tu law the prupeitydencrlbed
loan rate of $1.15 was : In nuch .'ertlfUate 01
.. -w-I .- I announced this week, by Lea- -
ton Morgan Jr Chairman.

: $26.05 Down HOME OWNERS ASC County Committee. He I
said this flsrure Is based on ez.o.

: $12.80 Per. Mo. BORROW UP TO $5,000ON rate the 1966 of national$1 I per bushel average which'was loan ,' P'; ) I.,\

Installed with Tank YOuR EQUITY! the Only IWfl farmers announced feed taking grain previously program part in

: and 100 Gal. Gas Consolidate All Your Kills and :Make Only are eligible for price-support <1/...", ,_,' -,... .. ;',. -,. '" ,-..,: _. $i,'lft., '

. One Monthly Payment.Call loans

3:>9.1076-Collect or :Mail Coupon To The total support for Brad- .
ford County win be SI,45. an 20 word or 1 less, one Insertion Memorials. Resolutions etc. Display Ada In Clawlfled Seotluo: :

PRlIEI increase of 10c over the 1965<> minimum charge) ------------- 1.00 Per word __-__-________-_____? .03 91.30 Inch-Brit Uuertloa.
HOMESTEADInvestment support> The 1966 total SUI- i tt not paid In advance ________ 1.25
port: price. Mr Morgan said. | Card of Thankst tp to :30> words
Keyed, coded or blind ad !$1,23 per Inch after first Insertion..
CorporationIT'S represents bushel! support a 30 payment cent' per on i| (minimum rJukrye) -_iuJi_-___ 1.25 (minimum charge) ___-__-______ X.50

I SLADE top of the countv prlee-su'v- ,I Kttrh: additional word over 20______ .0.1 Over 30 word: per word_________ .03

_. 19i1.O 11t.tu'hwoy noo" J44k4onsI1k.. Fla, nort loan rate However, the I.IrlcP'lUpport I.


\ Gas & Appliance ;:u--; :: = = = = = limited to a growers projected : 'Insurance Problems?\ & UPHOLSTERY>> WORKS| AT REDUCED RATES Station Major Oil Co. I BOOK before buying any' i I

__ production! on up to $0 fall: the Man Frwra AUTO FIRE BOAT Good location. Will rent on I other encyclopedia.' M. A J
710 Lemon St. Palatk-j I II
I I ercent! of his feed grain "KEYSTONE"George I DOYLE E.: CONNER gallonage basis or will !-ell. I Payne. your local representative

.: 332V.. Madison St. .-\Jlmnss: ba.'e. if planted E. LaRue Furniture Repaired INSURANCE. AGENCY Call J. C. Lawton Palatka since 1966. Box 624,
I'hone 961-7701 I -------------------- ------ ---- I II For i6-crop) corn. the Upholstered & Refinished I //ltchC I phone 325-2064. 3tcJig9 I Phone 964-6793. tfcna

county price support basic Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILT I
I ('I'r" ..__ Ph. loan rates for Consultant For All Your No. 447 Prettier Than New I
--- are corn (grading New Innersprings
: -------
--- ---- ---- Myer Power ToolsArea ]
. 1.- : .=: _ J I Insurance NeedtRepresenting New brick home 3 bedroom
( for1
fexcept moisture! No. :
and Box: Springs f MARY QARTERPAINTS 1l>/, baths. Features built In
,,,3 or No. 4 on the factor of I II | CaU Headquarters For
. Drop Us A Card or modern kitchen hardwood LttWiunowera.
Power Touts
'--- .. I test weight only. I Great American Ins. Co. PALATKA EA 5-9166 floors] garage. Large beautiful -' -
-- -- -- MrCulluch
-:::::: Premiums Chain Saw*
and discounts for
== 9 I The! Travelers Ins. Co. MRS. lEGGY SHALLER landscaped lot. Plenty of
; .. other I II Pump & Water System
grades and Dualities
are Tel. 473-4692 Day 209) E. Adkins St. large shade trees. Call today ,
& Stratton
I unchanged from those In ef- I Brlfrs Engine
473-4325 Nltes I Starke. Agent for price and terms.
= i I Rental Sale Service'
feet .
in 1 1965.Chairman}
I No. 46U'e With
Auto Tire Business Privacy
Home Complete Line
:230 N.K.: 16th Ave.G..lnMvU .
I Morgan said.I Monthly Payment Pl-n I ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Just outside of Starke. 2 acres -
1 ofPAINTS 37S-341I
::: ILLEGAL : "The price-support' J program I Ii built to order. Machine( work. with modern 7 room home

i for corn will continue to be Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES plus guest house of 3 rooms I tfena.I .

r ]I carried out through farm- ONE STOPMASONRY Brown's Repair Shop. Rt. 1, and bath. Yours for only
.. .. nnd FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom
I warehouse stored loans SERVICE Box: 363. Starke [CKlngsley $11,500. I houses

! ) ; For Any Person Persons I r:i :purchases navments.' Loans and and prlce-suoport purchases Keudy{ !Mix, all slen Concrete Lake. tfr-hij For All_Purposes Property of all different types. furnished, apartments furnished and and un-du

: or to Engage in will be on actual eligible Block; aOl, type Sand} WANTED Rural acreage Call us today. plex. 524 N. Cherry St. Phone

i l>rO
: made sooner loans will ma- for concrete nmw Buford! Mitchell P. O. Box 2117 N. Temple Ave. LABORERS
WANTED Permanent
:..: Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless lure on July 31. 1967." .>nry will ronittnic'tlon.We meet any.price on 238. Ph geo.-S'SSl tfch r Upholstering Phone 969-3491(U. S. 301)' ) St'trrke position. All company- -

all material* within Hrad- ALL TYPES of lawn mowers Material benefit Minimum starting

The Name Is ford County AND STILL and. saws, machine sharpened. WONDERFULOPPORTUNIT rate $1.45. Ages 18 to 45. Apply -

:.: Registered I :MAINTAIN QUALITY. Calvin Johns, 332 N. Water. Values To $10.00 YIN Southern Wood PreservingCo.

- \\1 12 Wides./ I I Ph. 964-1441. tfeh* EXPANDING: COMPANY: ., Baldwin Fta. 8 a.m. to
BRADFORDENGINEERING ,,4:30: p.m. atchg 9/15
f <: CO. FOR SALE-Red brick home. $3 YARD
Read This Florida Some shorthand desirable] typing
.. Law Customlade:\ }Ph. 964-2521 Starke 13 bedrooms. 2 bathroom!), large COOK WAITRESS. Filling:
. .. bookkeeping. payroll gen- I Station attendant wanted. Ap-
For lot 126 Parker St. Call Dr. I
. ... Florida Living: I WAITRESS WANTED apply eral office procedure; handle | in
0 ply & G Truck
. .. I FOR SALE ONE OF THE Calvin J. Houpt 964-5911 for ;, :
-" | In person at Garden Reatau1 details.! Prefer male. If between -
j Stop.
: Get !More BEST MOTEL BARGAINS appointment to see house |
: :: 1 rant. tfchg I 25-40 and think you I II
Nit shall be unlawful for any person or peraoM a* defined It..._... U YOU For Your $ $ I IN FLORIDA. 14 well furnished tfchsr I can handle the job call 969- I FOR RENT Furnished a-

: = enrage in business! an! herein defined under a fictitious name as herein de units. TV, alr-conditkxied CLOSE OUT SALE! A. C. SLADE licensed plumber 1341 after 6:30: p.m. ltchg partment. Lake privileges. Fe-

: .- =. fined without and unless said fictitious No Salaried or Commissioned I j I Crane plumbing. tile baths. ALL "68" DODGES. BEST I cabinet maker. Baker male school tiach or couple
nan.e shall be registered wtth the Bates spreads, etc. Owner Bradfol'd and Clay County. CLEAN RUGS like new. So preferred f 75 $80 Utilities
EmployeesDAI K
= clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of bustaeaa quartera equipped with Food- NORMAN H. WILLIS Phone 289-4491 :Maxville: easy to do with Blue Lustre. furnished. Call 473-3056.

: 'to. wills registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid af ) & UK AD LAKSKN orama, Norge range, Hot Point SOUTHSIDE DODGE JACK. tfchp Rent electric ahampooer, SI. Keystone Heights tfchg
an I

washer Hot Point, dryer. etc., i Starke Hardware.
: :: : fidavit signed by all Interested persons, stating under oath the name oiU LIKE TO WORK all like new condition. 373 feet I' SONVILLE. FLA. "MAKE FOR SALE4 lots-- 400' on Itchg NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP HI-

: : ... the Interested In the business enterprise the extent of the Interest YOU Benefit! on U.S. 301. 3/10 mile from I,YOUR OWN DEAL.4trhg fI'29' I!I C.North J. Houpt St. Clair, 964-5911 St.:> Call or 964-Dr. block FOR RENTNice house unfurnished.3 bedroom West I way 21, :Melrose! Phone 475-
.. new! courthouse location. Priced
S of 5285.:> Open Tues. thru Fri.
each and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried 2.1 I 1471. tfchg moreland St. $80 month. SeeA.
: : : : to sell. Reasonable term to WANT TO BUY-: Good( I a Clotted Mondays. Nell Duncan,
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring All Sizes on Display responsible buyer. Write. or I wheel utility trailer. Phone AIR CONDITION HOME FOR C. Williams at Williams I owned. SUng. 9/29

: .: : to engage in business! : under a fictitious name shall have advertised hla or 8-10-12 Wide:.! phone Bill Summers Starke.Tel 064-3101. I SALE-:> year old on 3.7 ac'l|Jewelry. tfchg I

; : their intention to register I'/j' Bath 064-S801.; 4tohg 9122| res Also shop and of lice building FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom
fictitious : -
name at least once a week for four I POE SALE Joe Trilby I ZI(: ZAG SEWINGMACHINES

: ::: (4)) consecutive\ weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the county and Expandables; FOR SALBUsed gas range. place. Small house and lot on' L.Must Turner.see to appreciate.M. 4tchg 9 29. Mrs. GoWIe house Martin.507 Center St. UNCLAIMED
: : Call 9641652. 3tchg 9/22 926 N. Cherry St. Will take tfchg
where said registration is LAYAWAYS
to be made and raid registration shaD not be -
: the New and Used8Yr. HELEN. COME HOME I small down payment Ouy FOR RCNT-Small furnished 1959 Nash Rambler Station .
accepted by
cleik of the circuit'
court except upon receiving proof ., luund out that the car weaving Andrews: has the key. Mrs. J. bedroom. private bath and wagon $300.> James Buckley We have two 10U3 Sewing
: Much: publication. W. Killlan 805 Boyd Av!., Independent entrance. Fringe Trailer Park. State Prison
financing available and wobbling wasn't me. ,, :Machines, Both DI_ .O.mat.
-- -. ----- _.- --- WheebPI'e out of alignment Wavnesville, N C Stchg9J29 I benefits" fur quiet tenant. Farm. Itp i Ic ZJg Zug that lia\e never

Use Our Mental-Pur Found out with a free FOR SALE-Oolf Cart '150. Linens provided and l:1uner'j: ;! Karen Patz head been lined. They were lay-
:, If you are engaged in business under any name chase Plan-Payments:. ,fh rk iriilt_ FIRESTONE. Call Dr. C. J. Houpt, 964- ej.phone 206 964-4034 8. Water 3tchg St. 930 will give twirling lessons majorette for Customers-ways, never left picked up.

Under $50 Per Month GEORGE Now really it's 5911. tfchtrCOLLEY girls in grades 1-6 each Wednesday area. Vie

=- other than pretty flimsy excu.se for miss- I DOG excellent Assistant Manager Needed.- I after school until 4:30: are You unable can June to locate them
your own and have not had this ed alimony Must be high school grad By the BHS Auditorium. Cost these nuu-liln-
name payments because with children. Free to wood uate. Farm background bene 50c. e to for the balance of :447.
NOIVI you had to buy tires. I home In country. Ph. 1169i I each. Cash or 1cm).. Call

advertised and I Why didn't you take your!i 2151. _HChlt__ I ficial. Opportunity if desired for advancement WANTED Middle age white I Credit manager. COLLECT
properly registered will beT rar to FIRE we -''IFOR'| SALE hOUSE ,AND I tact Gene Sumner con-I woman to live In and care for I 333-1946 any.
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE FOR SALE- Farmall SuperC BUSINESS LOT 321 W. Mad- Mutual\ Exchange.: This elderly lady. Room board and time. Will deliver, no obll-!

glad to give all Tractor with cultivators. !leon near Starke Plaza. Bull- I Iliigton. Equal Employment Opportunity good salary. Write "B", Bred.- gatlon. Ztclig 9/15

you necessary Information as to fertilizer distributors planters Starke. Fla. tfchg tfchg ford Co. Telegraph, Drawer WANTED Reliable white

Full Lake Privileges! and turn plow. Ph. 489-3713. _| "A" giving age ad-lress and woman to live in and
Homestead 'I FOR SALE Florida Nineties FOR SALE:-2 Guitars 1 references. care for
ExemptFinancing Itchg) complete 2tchg 9/22 .elderly lady. Call
what day
should do.BRADFORD strawberry plants. Se"
you I Diving: Outfit. 1 boat ,or 904-7841
STAR: BRAKE SERVICE often Bub Harley 782-3363. 2tp 9'22 and trailer. 1519 Raiford Rd. BRADFORD ROPING CLUB night Itchg

4. I exclusive franchise for Call 964-0043. 2tchg 9/22 Horse Frolics starting Sept. I FOR RENT-
Large 3 bedroom
I -
Lake Geneva those who Learn how THE JIM WALTERS CORPORATION & I
... 2every Saturday nite. 2 i *ouse. Phone 969-2281
I to make your brake business has several nice I FOR RENT Cottage on m. til 1 $1.00 all ev P'I[Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 ClarkSt.
I more profitable than ever be houses In the Starke area for Kingsley Lake. Attractively I Hampton 2tp a 22 .
Trailer SalesOn fore. Write P. 0, Campbell.. sale. Only $30 down and payments furnished fuel and gas heat. tfchg

1019 W. Platte St..' like rent. Call Collect Year round. :Mm. J. W. Klncatd FOR S.U..JoPARTIENT TIRED
.-- COUNTY TELEGRAPH Route 100. One Mile SE Fla. :3 I Tampa'j' :: 388-0181 Jacksonville. Fla. 969-1491 tfchg HOUSE A FURNITURE. Six wear? Bumpy Getting rides uneven -?
....: I 4tchir 107 I rental '
Kev.none Helfhts apaanente-wu) -
. I i FOR provide Hard steering? You need aSAFJiIYMatic
RENT trailer
Open Sun. & Evening I spae: a- home "plui
FOR approximate
SALE 60C'c:! B.S A.
r-' __ i FOR SALE-John Deere trac- dults only. Semi private. no ly $200 check at
---..- & ;|Roadrocket. David Fen>tun. 610 tor. "Merrill' per month lincome. FIRESTONE.
= Griffls phone 969zd1. I drlmklngr. On 301 in Takes Just 30
-17-= -- ==.::: |Ir.1IotWOOfJ} l Irlvu.> stark.. Itp Itch* 064-3731.; 2tchg city llmlU.Ph. Priced for quick sal. SwUng seconds and could cave your

922, ton, Stark, Fla. .t!thg. life.


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ce : ';..--I..jr: !I I The High Cosl Of Marryinggle

\ I By Russell. KayIf with a club manageD at a

you\ happen to have a time like that? He paid the

i daughter\ of marriageable cue' : bill but is still wondering how
The People Have SpokenTuesday's and lace the problem of becoming all those people Including the

'::1 the father of a bride children were able to carry

favorable vote on a refer- sion in other areas. The net gain has I gI a aM ';J you will do well to read an thler Some liqour consultants so well. offer
I article Bill Davidson in the
endum authorizing the City of Starke not been nearly as substantial as it .. own arrangements you can their expert services for a
13 the Saturday
August issue of -,
to participate in urban renewal pro- should have been. I I ,.' i deal directly with beauticians nominal fee and then Knock
Evening Post.
jects should serve as a mandate from As pointed out before there Is little 'I Mr Davidson took time OIK apparel makers, tellers photo- down a fat commission from

the people to the (City Council to pro- to be gained in building up one sec to 1 research modern day cokt.i; Ki'aphcrs/ Jewelers hotel caterers for everything sup-
clubs. caterers prlnteia.'' -
ceed with all possible speed to recertifythe tion of the town at the expense of another I of a wedding as It applies to malllnir services bakers engravers the plied florist.Twenty 10 per per cent cent from from

City's workable program and get A dilapidated, vacant building i I' :' -I the father of the bride. H? and a host of other eager the orchestra leader. 10 percent
into postion to take advantage of one is an eyesore no matter where it is tolls how hucksters have or- beavers who will contact you from the photographer,

or more of the many programs offeredto located, and has a detrimental effect 1 i i /Kanl7p the business'/< into n constantly by phone mall and 20 per cent from the hotelor

ailing towns and cities by the Department on the overall picture. i I multi-billion dollar racket. | personal calls. country club and to on,

of Housing and Urban De- By their action at the polls Tuesdaythe '' Let the newspaper announce j Any club or hotel will be all of which adds up to a tidy

velopment.The voters put our city in position to l' 'that so and so are engaged ,', happy to take care of the rehearsal sum when papa has to pay
and If don't have vour1
you dinner the reception the bill.There.
vote reassuring and join the ranks of Palatka Gainesville I I
was was!! ;
telephone removed
: and go after the wedding ind of Is no limit to how
evidence that Starke's citizens are Jacksonville and numerous smaller I I l into hi-'injr: / you won't havea course, the cocktail party much you can spend and. you

keenly aware of the critical positionin towns, including Lake Butler Jasper moment's peace until the and boy what n cockta.l;! par- can have anything from ice

which our city finds itself-a position Williston, and countless others that i i dav of the ceremony ty can, do to you! sculpture to a flock of live

in which it will either go for- are facing up to their responsibilities | Evorvbodv: wants to get In Davidson tells of one father doves or love birds.

ward or will yield to the first symptoms in taking advantage of some of the j I I the net Their sole desire of who upon receiving the According to the Depart-
j romse. Is to !help you for apiire I liquor bill for a reception ment of commerce, weddingsand
of blight that have begun to appear many programs designed to upgrade
of course Assuming where he
wan charged by the their accompanying activities -
in recent cities and towns with the assistance
years.It von love daughter and I bottle
your /got out pencil and are costing Americans
has been said that some of our of Federal funds. want to have the best for paper and checked the liquid I! $73 billion! annually for the

citizens would like for Starke to remain We have faith in Starke. The Telegraph II j ./" wrrl..w !; her there are experts who refreshments, served aaainst!) record number of 1.8 million

just as it is-but that is only.. has consistently fought for civic will take the entire problem the guest list, He found that I weddings that will take place

wishful thinking. A town either pro- improvements: during all of the eighty-I 1 off your hands They will take everyone nt the reception this year.

gresses, or it retrogresses. There is -'" seven years since it was founded on care of everything and all you would have had to hive! 20 But read Bill! Davidson's>
i, will have to do is pity the bill drinks. Including:: 12 children article "Nothing Too Good
no such thing as standing still. Call Street in 1879. We believe that ff
Or If you like to do your who were under 10 years of For My Daughter," In the
We have looked around in recent with proper leadership and planningeven .... ., pplYw own chopping and make your age but who Is going to hag- Saturday. Evening A>st.
months and have not been entirely those areas that have been touched -

pleased with what we have seen. by urban blight can be restored to II I

There are many signs of wholesome a useful and attractive role in our I I Ivy. The plant Is easily recognized dermatitis by walking throughthe

growth and progress-but these have overall scheme of things.Tuesday's I i oy the three !leaflets at smoke of burning ivy sterna

been offset to too great an extent by vote should make UH!'! even ; tLet's GoI the top) of a long stalk. or leaves.
j Poison ivy causes an Itch-- A few folks swear that they
disquieting symptoms of retrogres- more determined to pursue these goals.
better known
as dermatitis: catch the itch via fog droplets
Gardeningl by the up-town Hardeners. drifting past Ivy plants..
Regardless of the name Mild cases of dermatitis

An Imaginery InterviewAny ,,,. you'll probably claw the itching I can be treated with home

.. By Heriey. !Slmrpo; Editor \ places until they ooze a lemedles. These include a

Florida. Agricultural, Ex- colorless fluid which spreads !;.shower using strong soap, or
( similarity to County Commissioners cars you could park on 13.25 acres' .l., a. tensiim. Service I the poison. a paste of baking soda. Severalremedies

living or dead is just too bad.) practically one car for every familyin ,.: 'H!(; '." .. ...,rtJ II I, Some people (get this skin' are available at the
r 1(1f'(! < : ailment by touching poison
Bradford County. And you never .' I drug store.
Good morning, Mr. Commissioner.Good know, these days when they mightall : .,. .. "$ T'j; : I By llervey Sharpe ivy or handling:: Items --- such' If a sizable: part of the body

morning, son. Have a seat. decide to come to the courthouseat "Leaflets three let it he." as tools or pets --- that have I I; affected consult a physician.Ivy .
In view of the current controversy Signs'Of'The This! is a good rule to follow been in contact with the plant.Others poison can be quite ser-
the time what
same -
I'd like to ask a few questions aboutour very II you are susceptable to poison tet a good i case of ious.There
marriage licenses!, fishing licenses,
are a number of other
proposed courthouse site :Mr. -
auto licenses and protesting their tax
Commissioner.Go poisonous! plants around tha<
assessments every year. home. One Is the oleander.
right ahead boy. I'm ready
my If try to rid your prop-
and willing to sound off-errr . Yes, I can see the tremendous pos- PLEASE FORGIVE US ti erty you of oleanders by burning

discuss the courthouse site. Some folks sibilities, sir. Why the Commission a don't Inhale the smoke. Smoke

flay I'm too danged willing. might even install parking meters and : from, this toxic plant Is as

Well, Mr. Commissioner I understand do away with ad valorem taxes entirely. DIXIE OLD GIRLThe fatal as a death chamber.

you were one of the three mem- All parts of the plant are

bers of the board voting in favor of That's a mighty fine idea, young I poisonous If eaten One to teat kill

the American Legion site.That's man. Worth looking into I'd say. moat widely-quoted editorial of the year must I Icerta.lnly contains enough poison
: adult. Dry leaves are as
be this one from the Chicago Tribune: I an
correct young man. I weighed But one thing puzzles: me!, Mr. Commissioner I 1 deadly as green leaves.

all the criteria and then added one I understand that when a I I "Dear Dixie: x Eatingfrankfurters roastedon

of my own-What suits the three of public hearing was called by the board I "Can you possibly find it in your heart to accept our t"t oleander stems may force
us should suit the rest of the county. early this year opinion was !99 percent I irlncere apology ; you to take a sudden trip to
Fair enough, don't you think ? that the new courthouse the hospital. Eating part
unanimous .
"When there wa race rioting: In Little Rock, Ark.. a send you on a
the plant may
Well, err surely you had otnir should be built as close to the we were convinced that the cause was callnuMncsa. Our trip to the cemetery

reasons for selecting this site, which present site as possible. How do you public officials and our press In Chicago Instated that one-way Oleander poison may cause

seems to have stirred up so much opposition explain your decision in the face of the only reason for Negro reatlvenesa were your segregated L. only nausea, dizziness, or
schools and your stubborn governor. We in
such overwhelming sentiment ? Chicago with Integrated schools and a very liberal goy a decreased pulse rate. Acute

I sure did son. I like the wide open Well now--you know how that I is!, ernor are now writhing with agony of race rioting. And vmtoms Include heart action

spaces-13.25 acres! isn't to be sneezed boy. The good people elected us to we seek to !net our house, In order.. we hope your headlined unconsciousness. respiratory
at know. my will be kinder to U8 than ours were to you. raralysls and death. The toxic
you run things for them and by golly, 1 of the plant are
It certainly isn't! Mr. Commissioner. that's just what we're gonna do. The "Ami when a Mississippi. Negro boy was found drown [ from two glucoscldes -- nerto-
Especially when the new courthouse in know what they I ed we In Chicago called this the Inevitable. result of a + JN A y oleandroslde.Oloriosa. .
people don't really side and
white supremacy tradition. Now a Negro girl 14 and
Alachua County, which has a popula- It's danged good thing w or climbing lily
want, anyway. a pregnant has 'been hot to death on the front porch of
tion of about 80,000, is situated very they have us to do their thinking for her own home In Chicago- and we are confused and contains a deadly poison a

I comfortably on just ONE acre. May them. Saves 'em lots of trouble you ashamed -and frightened 1 mixture of alkaloids, chiefly
I ask sir, why you think that Bradford all the r colchlclne. This high-speed
I know. Besides they don't have "What) are., ,we doing wrong that has" made eight acts fast and death has
a county of less than 13,000 facts at hand that we have. How; could square miles of our city a battleground? Help IM, If poison been known to occur In four

I needs 13.25 acres? they possibly know what they want? you can find It in your own hurt heart to help. !jours after eating a tuber of

I Why, that's simple, young fellow. They're pretty stupid anyway, don't 'And Alabama when" your /state: police. were photographed the felorlosa.:
Our architect told us we'd need a minI think ? nutxiulng rioters with night .tlcks Chicago'sbold / These are only three of the

I imum of three, or a maximum of five you face front pages condemned you for Indefensible War I IThta score or more toxic plants that
opposition World
But what about the strong brutality. Now illinois State Police have resorted to Shades Of Florida homesteads -
l BO we decided to get 13.25 acres justto crow: around
that your decision" on the Legion armored cars and cracking skulls and, shooting to kill. alarmed
be on the safe side. Besides, we'dbetter Mr. Commissioner? "Your governor ha alleged that Communists are I ,.. Law. ", bin.h In lash "s Arthur Don't become
site has stirred up farewell tuMi with fnni-t' l nt the tey Itp" I and chop down all your plants.
buy this dirt while it's cheap, What opposition ? I fomenting this strife. We scoffed. Inks him buck, to (',unr ,Jiu'kHon., I 1 to
Opposition: ? I IVnrc (third from ,left) walled. for train to because: you can continue
you know. If it costs $118,000 today, well "Now 13 Negroes Chicago's Went. Hide have been from left Hubert Blanchard I! all ornamentals.
haven't heard any opposition-oh on S. <'. after spending| ,| H lease, ill home. others In photo anti ( ) I enjoy your
f think what it might be ten years from maybe a little grumbling from 100 charged with plotting treason. We are sweeping admit \ next to him ii. one-time" l.mvtey preacher, \\h......- name IM not remembered" I If you curb the habit of chew-

now cent of the merchants on Call tedly Communist literature from our Htered streets. I IVarr' bo with hloml.Hiatl* 'Imlrcnl, ), hail' la JOIH-H (
But if the courthouse building itself per "Forgive us for not knowing what we were! talking i *, :> Many times children areplants.
will cover only one-third of Street-but nothing to get worked up about. I Mild. him" ), IVurl. IVurco liloiint (white nlilrtuuiHt), uoitmn In senor. hat unknown, the victim of toxic .
an All those boys are good for I into Moore holding' baby, .Jim Mare: KdwirnN, ), and Hilly f'll-: tc
about. Morn. Jlro"n1: lrn. Jim : ( the small-fry
acre what will you do with the other "Georgia: When you were photographed\ in the act So. teach
t 12.75 acres ? pay taxes anyway. What gave them of turning back crowds of marching children-we could I wanly), boy In foreground" (',m't you Just hear that. wbNtl t to, blowing for Urn t.o.\.t"y I avoid putting anything in

Well there's the idea they know anything about not control ourselves. The very Idea, the Chicago press I .r".laK'1 jtheir mouth except food.
always the Soil Bank, locating a courthouse? They should edltoralized, that youngsters should be considered a -- For complete details on home-
you know. Just think what the Government leave such matters to us and the other menace sufficient to justify the use of tear gas! -own toxic plants! secure Agricultural -

I will pay us for not growingcorn experts.In !. "Now, in our own asphalt jungle, we have seem Negro I Is In progress now with the We'll all meet at the' rVVVVVrv.vvrrVVVVVVVyVHAMPTON Extension Service
on it-or not growing cotton. Why threeof youngsters of 9,, 1O, 11 advance on police with drawn deadline lor reKkterlna: Sept !Ftnrke Recreation Center at Bulletin No. 175. "Poisonous
there's no telling what we might NOT other words!, there are just I guns or broken bottles -SCRE.\UN'G. KH1 Whitey! 16. All new players! will be /nssisned r ,:30 p in Saturday Sept 17 Plants Around the Home"

grow on those 13 acres and make you who actually know what you "And we used gas and clubs and dogs and guns and / to teams Friday. Sept and will return to the, Center I|I The publication Is available

.1 good money at it, too. Just think of want and what the people should God forgive IM, what else could we do! Can you Geor- 16. it 11. DON'T DARE MISS By :Mrs.. :Mary Wllaama&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI I from county and home economic -

, j, the possibilities-we might even rentsomebody's have whether they want it or not. It gia, forgive us too? The league/ will be composed IT agents.:
that what you're trying to say ? of the following teams 1'I TEEN: CI.fB FORMING: I
tobacco allotment, or even "We tried the patience we had preached. Honest( we Discount., Plans are being formulatedto -
grow pine trees. Well now you certainly catchon did. We tried so desperately! that Haven policemen were I Lawtey. Southern Club for CITY f'OL'NCIL
and Dovle Conner organize a Teen last week.
. But wouldn't that put the county !in fast, my boy. I'm not saying who shot the other night two of them through the buck. I I Holiday Ins Inn.dames will be played voun jster* In grades 7. 8 &\ The City Council met on\ ;Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Mel-
I'ma So. in the end, we resorted to method.* more brutal than
' competition with private enterprise? those three men are mind you. yours. But, don't you see we had to! on Situuluy nights at the 'I. This ,croup will cix ratenucler Tuesday September 6th for ton celebrated their 37th
Don't worry about that young man. modest guy at heart and I'm not I'I BUS Field the auspices of the'II their regular monthly meet- wedding anniversary last

I There won't be private enterpriseafter looking for any bouquets-but you do "Dear Dixie, perhaps we have not yet learned fullyto 1 Hunt.un 1 loot ball t'hi'erlriid'TS, I Parks and Recreation Dept I II II | ini' with all members present. .
any read the newspapers don't you ? appreciate what you huve been trying to do to effect 1 All xlrls Hues 4. 5. und! III |I and will plan a variety of I Mowing\ of the cemetery was week.Mr.. and Mrs. Lynn Hall
we move the courthouse away evolution without revolutionbut, for whatever be- cheerleaders recreational activities with a''I dlscuvx-d and the council Mr. and Mrs.
be I
would like to I visiting
i who were
from Call Street. Yes, :Mr. Commissioner. I do read lated comfort it may be from our glass house we will I ; Foot- weekly special event. voted to take care of this In Jacksonville on
for the Bantam I I Koaker
q, And I suppose that adequate off- the newspapers. Thanks for a most enlightening not be throwing any more stones at you for a while ball teams miy register 1 be- j IM'NT P\SS A KICK\ project. There are still 12 delinquent Sunday.Mr. .

street parking was a consideration interview. einntnv! Monday. Sept 10. at COMPETITION: taxpayers whose and Mrs. Joe Sullivan!
also: --wasn't it? Think nothing of it, my boy. Any the Starke Recreation Center The annual: Punt Pass and tares are subject to public of Hastings visited their

Oh, yes indeed. Just think of the time I can be of help Kick contest sponsored by i i auction and the council set If daughter and son-in-law and
6 \II. BOYS \ Oct. 14th for this auction. SundayMr
FIAn FOOT" family last
RECREATION NEWS Terwlllegar Motors and:! I
ANT rilKIN Parks and Recreation Dept l you have not paid your taxes and Mrs Harold T'ho-
will be please check with the City family moved tJ
Flair Football play \ will be held Saturday. Oct 8 den and
ORID4 offered for boys and
a O THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH AWLT: FLAG VOOTBALI.' the deadline for entry with the following ale( classifications !- 10 11, 12 and 13 are eligible! I City will be billed to the City Steve Varnum arrived
\ I arid submitted to rity Clerk
LEA CL'E /<: week dlschaiged:
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL I.nd should register at the home last
ESTABLISHED 1879E. will be mailed
,: ,AChvEN A meeting to for > a Flaw A meeting to organize a BOYS' Small\ Fry -ages I I Stark* Recreation Center be- and all checks I. from the Nary after servingthree
AfMear II to them
y Football League for men was Men's Volleyball League will 7. 8. 9: Juniors -u es 13, 14 lore Oct. 1 1.A 1. I years.
0 and
+ held at the Starke Recrea- be held at the National I clinic for all participants Mrs, Jerry Wadsworth
Irdd 13GIRLS I
(irT1oN FLORIDA'S' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON- tion Center Monday night Ouard Armory, Thursday. Powder Putt Lea- will be held Sat. Sept. :Mrs. Eve Menefee of Jacksonville family and Mrs. Hazel Orlf-

TINUOU.LY UNDER THE SAME MATREAD.L The league will be for men Sept. 15. All men Interested due-ases-< l 10 to 14. I 17. at 10 a. m. at the Recreation is spending several fis and son visited; Mrs.
, age 18 and over. Rules and in participating In the activity i TEEN: TIME: IIAYRIDE & \ Center. days with her sister; :Mrs. H. Wadsworth's sister. Mrs\ Bill

PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT TNt regulations were formulated Iat are urged to be on hand WHN'KK RO.\<;T I B Wiggins this week. Welsner. In Crescent Beach
the meeting and It feu I 1 at 8 p. m. Following the Okay all of you 7th. 8th I I :Sir.sited and :Mrs J O. Adkins last week.
*O.T OFFICE. AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER'" ACT OF. MARCH... s. U7a. THE RIOIIT POINT for the ,', the Blue Ridge Mr. Wade Priest-
hoped to begin play Mon< meeting. Informal games will k 9th graders-Here Is what I Mr. and
IN THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.30: - SIX MONTHS 12.00 night Oct. 3. at the la"1) be played. you have been waiting: for-a way you write. Come In andwlert 1: :Mountains in Virginia Great er of Key West and Mr.\ and

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YfcAR ".00 - SIX MONTHS 13.39 High School Field. There I BANTABOYS: FOOTBALL load of fun consisting' of a your favorite ESTKII- Pmokles and Cherokee In :Mrs. Calvin Richard and
openings In the league for, Registration of boys ages I I hayride and a welner rout.I BROOK fountain pen., TELEGRAPH. North Carolina. Look Out daughter of Ocala were Sun-

two more team which may 10. 11, 12 who are Interested Free to all Jr High School I :Mountain In Tennessee and day guest of Mr. .and 3.tn. J.

enter by Afunday. prpt- 23, In playing\ Bantam! Football I .ludo l'I

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21(1( 74. H 08 Dtf II! 210' I.. I I':, .i.N i.. "'''' ilonton. the flrat M 1 ",
'TTTTTYTTYTTTTTTTTT' and the groom's parents: ar'I> 1 n blue two piece with white cake and punch were servedto : Padgett and family of Ft Bobby Newmans and family I noon with Mr and Mrs, Avory I ..,. III T-tl-H* 1i-32.1': 'Mi :Mniilh i.l ,n... 'I'M.' 'i. "
:Mr. and Mrs W. C. Croft ofWhltehou.se. nccessoilcs and:! a corsage;: of the !guest.Outoftown. Sill Okl.i. arrived here Sun- ni Tampa :Mr! and Mrs.. Slade and family. Nil"111' '' III Whll'b HHHVMHI-ll. Stllllucl '\ .', 1111111.Is. I tin .ti'1 lily or
MAXVILLE white pom poms. guests: attending nay before! Labor Day far a Moru-oe Gray of Whltehouse.llis. ; : Mr. and Mrs Dan Byrd of A. Brown,, V gated. thin itOth Jay ol 1I,
A program of nuptial music Following the ceremony a / were lira.\ Fayne Oneto vacation with Mrs. Pud, jtt's Dorothy Miller and Mr. I Mayo were here over the All of wild' "1'1'1'|>, 'rnrd Y. ln-lnir, BtiiUof In' 11)00.
rendered Well- In the Gainesville Mrs. Tresa parents. Mr, and Mrs. J. and: Mrs J. Marlin Coleman weekend to attend the Friday the t'nunty "t thud 1'H'r CHAIIUKH: A. TAltH\!
: By Mrs. A. C. Slade WAS by Henry reception was held o If{ : 1''Iurtdn.' < riei-k at C'ln'ult ('",m,, r rI rItradfurd
Phone 289-<<491 liausen cousin of the bride. Education Room of the Foster of Palatka Mrs. Laura Martin Coleman. The Cole- and daughter. The oldest and tight wedding of Miss Clara Cnli'DH' Miitli ii'itlfli' I.' or "','\' I County, 1 I.'J"i ,
Soloist Mrs. Judy Padgett! church. Covey, Mrs. Holland Brown man's daughter Sharon returned youngest member of the J. D Mae Harris to George CroftSOIH tirimtaN. .Hhnll liu. lod.HMiii-il. n.,..1 ) 41 !9/22
lt.au.u..uu... Minor! "True Lo\e" and Whith- The brides table was covered Mrs Struth. Mrs. Rlcbird home with the Pad- Boyd descendents were pre- lorillnw. ". to. Inw the, rortj i | ,
ili. > tllieil In such t.rllCUnK t / : .. Notebook :i.50
Hi $ at the
RRIS-CROFT ei r Thou Oocst"The with a white linen. clothand Covey and daughter Judy allot i'etl family after spending! I cnt for the occasion The <' /nli-" will InMulil.. I" the I I a
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church was decorated:! centered with a three Jacksonville.NEW the summer in Okla with youngest was! little James M 1 .0l.r .trri,,ulioIIMI > hlfth.'Kt. bidder' ut tin' i,"tn'I, I AriI.
Miss! Clara Mae Harris be- 1'Ir IIe11: +i. I
with floor baskets of lilies I tiered wedding cake looped : ARRIVAL them I Keith Padgett; grandson of Ills Ht, I-'.".
the bride of Hrr.
: Oeorge
)Fame Croft of Whitehouse in :a on each side of an Ivy I with miniature bride and! Mr\ and Mrs. Martin PudRett I Mis Bobby Newmans and i Mr and Mrs. J, Marlin Coleman ;NOTH'K; : ,is m-mnv: IITVIIVtlmt ,:=, I
covered archway centered with ,M'oom At each end of the are the proud parents ofa family of Tampa spent the'I Mr T. .1 I AMiTlilllTl" l.lil'T|
)Jnony beautiful Filday candlelight evening! Sept cer-8et wedding! bells. Seven branch 1 table were punch bowls. Bashes second daughter Patricia: Labor Day: weekend with her' Staff Bat and Mrs. Jesuit .him.r 1'111,1 I tin xiilil riiiiiiuinR I K-rlirii-utPH 111" tirii r.mi".,'I .n, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
7:30 candelabra on each side of of lilies and ferns decorated Janice born Friday. Sept 2 parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Padgett and family and .Mr. Ins flci'd., lo ln,> IHHIIIM. ] th>'.rnu>
In the Maxvllle
J0 : p. m. the archway held burning! : each end of the bride's at St. Vincent's Hospital In Marlin Coleman. Mrs. New- and Mrs. J. Marlin Coleman The <'orl IfU" /nti'' nunihofH, .and. STARKE PHONE 964-2600
*ptlst Church Rev. Bobby .
last "k- ff I.MIIIIII( l>. HlO tlt't( rip
white Cathedral tapers. table Serving the guests Jacksonville. Maternal I grandparents man's mother-in-law Mrs :and daughter spent; ; w-o! years .
Knight, pastor of the church lion of i he property| | 'iitiil tin
the double The bride given in mar- were Mrs. Ben HiBglnbothnm. are Mr. and Mrs. Marie Lott returned hom end in Tampa with Mr. and! nu""'" In ultlih, It wax uyneHNHdare KEYSTONE HEIGHTS) PHONE 473-3176
performed. ring rice by her father chose for !Mrs Leon Harris. !Miss Franklin Bell of Maxvllle with her for a several days Mrs Bobby Newmans arid jit rollnwst'rrttnriNr.
her wedding; a floor length JudY Harris and Mrs. Don and paternal grandparentsare .
: Parents of the bride are of iHKtiuni" IMfll Rental Services
'gown of white satin featuring : -I Byrd of Mayo. The bride's Mr and Mrs. You' l\n Attending! the :Boyd family Gardens while there. .
til. and Mrs. rl of I "four
Oscar Harris Ui'Bt |>!ton I'r'ijM'rlx'
: A-line skirt fitted lace I book was kept by Miss Con- PadKett of Clay Hill. Mrs minion Labor Day on the Tommy Godwin of Galnas- :ill' g i: .pf .'r" I'll ill. At'I. ..' "I!
: bodice with empire waist. nie HlKKinbotham. niece o' Pndsett and new baby were Bethlehem Church, grounds( In I "ille visited Saturday:! with i'r "f f'" lid 1 Hun.. i: 1",11I',, > ."i is HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
long! tapered: lace! sleeves and I the bride. rhle to leave the hospital 3and"rson were Staff Sat! his sister. Mrs Pansy Knight .,, K VV ,'" I IM:" l 1", i a, I'I Inn \\, CnUTCHESLET'S
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scooped. neckline Her shoulder Greeting: !guests in the receiving !Kundav raid Mrs Jessie Padeett! and Marian Orlffls of Jacksonville i I"r,i run. i i'.1,,, -- !., i i"
I length: veil of Illusion was line were Miss Betty SCHOOL NEWS! family of Ft Sill. Okli, Mrs visited Sunday after P"KV .I"" V I' iI'i I ,,, ,' I I. I
secured to a crown of ,"*eedpearls Croft sister of the groom. Friday evening the Baldwin -
And sequins She .rar- Mrs W. C. Croft mother of High: School parent I
'!i fled a bouquet of white :pompoms I the groom. Mr and Mrs. Os- Teacher Association! ; held a ,
car Harris parents of the reception for the Faculty nnd" GO TO ,
I Matron of honor. Mrs bride the bride and groom Open House In the Band
1 I Jean Pad ett. sister of the and attendants. Room at the School at 8 p. mAll THE 0'
.. bride wore a pale blue street Both the bride and groom parents who attendedthe :!
1 pith dress with A-line I) attended school at BaldwinJr PTA signed a register ,,
skirt empire waist, scooped -Sr High School and are under their child's homeroom FOOTBALL GAME
: CharleyE. cklino( and capped IIlce'es.1 making their home here tn and at the end of the

::1 Her veil was pale blue cen- the Cove'-dale Cottage. school term a trio to the 1
: lered with matching bow. I Out of town guests were lake will be awarded to the
sir canlrd a bouquet; of: Mr\ and Mrs Don Byrd of Homeroom with the best at-

: Johns I white baby mumsBridesmaids I :MavoPROWNLARKA.MORE. tendance.All .
i were M<.>ses : Baldwin Indian fans
I, Helen North cousin of thehe The home of Rev and Mrs hie urged: to attend the openIng I
: < and Martha Harris.i I George W Wilkinson was thesetting name of' the season when
niece of the I bride MMsNorth Friday evening; Sep- the Indians meet with the
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: about this question: wore" pink and \Miss !9 I for the, wedding of Miss Hastings: Snudsters on home Tornadoes vs. Macclenny
HaITI a mint green Identical 1 Bjibara: Ann Brown to Bobby grounds Frljav night at 8:00:
: "An independent local,, insurdffce tn the Matron of honor. I Gene Larramore of Cecil n m. The new head roach Is
: agent t is free to I i 1 'I'iey', wore mitchlnv veils nnd Held' and Mulberry' The Walter Frank Webb of Jack

insure his client in whichever rnrh carried a boutine' of'white ceremony was performed by sonville. Assistants! are Ira
: baby mums FIn vel' nev Wilkinson at 8:30: p. m Adams and Lerov McNeil.
company he thinks nrl was little Miss Rhonda! Parents of the bride are The Baldwin Band parents
: best- he i is not a captive Pad ett. niece of the bride. Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Brown. meeting! was held last Thursday Friday September 16 8:00: P.M.
agent of one company lie core a yellow dress matchingthe : The background of the living night: Sept. 8 in the
: works for his client in filing attendants with matchIng ; room where the couple Band Room. It was agreed at ,

and helping to collect : veil. lepeated: the vows was de-or the meeting band students

his!! claim.: Is this why 2 Servlni as best man was ated with' rod roses and fern would purchase; black tie
out of 3 people buy insurance I.irrv Hasty. U.shers wereLeslie The bride chose a yellow shoes for their uniforms Instead BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
over taffeta street of white that was planned -
: from Croft brother of the organza
an" independentlocal : "I loom and Buddy Croft. nephew I length: with lace Jacket, feat- at the beginning of the

.: agent? | bearer of was the Rodney groom Hu Ring,Tl'.I i thret rlna:>-quartpr sabrina length neckline: sleeves and school termnnv r.iui. I All Tickets at Gate $1.50 Student Activity Cards Good For All Home Games

: Charley E. Johns the bride I With. this she wore white accessories Mr and Mrs Te1:! Cover-
: Agency Mi'phi'W Mother of the bride wore a and a corsage of oale of Noblesville. Ind are Children Grades 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parents.

teen print, with whit' ace '.\hite carnations! the proud parents of nrfauclitev.
Matron of honor and tlf'ct; Cindy lee born
e 131 S. Walnut St. (' *sorles Hi( corsa'T' wo.hlti : "
: > man for the couple were ss-! S"nt' 10 In Indiana Uivle /
PHONE 964-0201 pom pomp
Mother of the groom\ wore ti-r-in-law and brother of the and aunt nre. Mr. and Mrs\ + fi'! :
rroom. Dave e'nver'iale.> ,
.. --- The newlyweds are making I PFRSO' 4L'.; :'i!
there home here In thef'I.t'" I Miss Helen North Is ronHnM ;it''
I Williams house on Solomon to her h"iie this; week ..: I .' a
.. I Road. il nod Is 'under' the care of A I' ; : 1 j jUii

Mi I.ariamore attended! doctor ., S. .
z. =drool. at Baldwin Jr-Sr Mr and Mrs Don Dietz : ,
High School, Mr. Larramor"t end family moved from their :
.. I t stationed at Cecil Field McClellan Road home to r .
) TrfTp1 with the U H Navy Jack-ortvtlle"\ last week. Mr el ere v. w. 'r1 I
.. lUaxillle' Biptlst Church and Mrs. Self and family of m
.. News Jacksonville have purchased a.w .
Th Mrtxville B. ptitChurch the Diets home and plan to I
.. will have their homecoming move here soon.
Sunday. Oct. 9. All Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum
former pastors members Rn':! and family'! and Mr and Mrs.
.. Isitors are Invited to attend. B. F. Coleman and daugnte-:
Rev R. T Williams and or Jacksonville spent Labor we
family of Starke were Sunday Day weekend here with Mrs
night visitors at the F B, Coleman and son. FIGHTING TORNADOESFront
hurrh Mr and Mrs. Ellis Olden:!

Bridal Mrs Shower Barbara: Brown Lar- and and Mr family and of Mrs Jacksonville James: ,: How-David> Shannon Randy Jojner, Roger/: ('hil+on. Jim (;Jochvin, Wa> ne McLeod: Sandy San-
demon Eddie Slancil.
ismore was complimented Coleman and family all en- ,
with a lovely brIdal shower ,toyed a picnic Sunday b"foi"' Second Row-Joey Kees-c. Ronnie Tomlinson, Harry Hatcher, Wayne manken hip, LeatonlorJlln.; ,
Tuesday nleht: Sept 6 at the Labor Dav at Boone Park in Paul Aidcod, Larry Uro\\n.
Home of Rev and Mrs. deorp Jacksomille Third Row-Coach Tony Griffith.; Paul Smith Plenn (:nann. Andy :.Mayton. Johnny Warren. Kill

s : 4f W Wilkinson Mrs. Ray Johns of La Belle Belote, J. Roy Chasteen, {'oachIike: Sexton, Coach )David Hurse, Tex Patrick ( not pictured).
WITH YWe 11 t J J Hostesses; for the occasion \as down Labor Day weekend -
I v'ere Mr Oeorue Wilkinson visltinor with her sister.
I :Mis. Oscar; Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs James Coleman

I Games were played and and Mrs Harley Thom-
I prizes awarded to Mrs. John !us!! and Jack Lucas spent Sept. 16 Baker County Home Oct. 21 Palatka
Town Finance Co. Waters, Miss Judy Covey and Thursday to Labor Day In

MK. SylvIa Copeland North Carolina. 23 Santa Fe Away Oct. 28 Live
Sept. Oak Away
After the honored guest; Mr,, and Mrs Arthur Carterof
N Tempi* Av Pr ofte 9(54-9091( opened her many lovely and Jacksonville spent; Labor
useful gifts i refreshments o; Day wel'kenhere\ with Mr Sept. 30 St. Augustine Home Nov. 4 Fernandina Home

and Mr, Doss HI glnboth-
nm On Saturday Mr. Carter Oct. 7 Orlando Oak Ridge Home Nov. 11 Lake City Away

and Mr Hlaglnbotham: en-
I, toyed a fishing trip at Green Oct. 14 New Smyrna Away Nov. 18 Orange Park Home
I I Cove.

I Mr'' and Mrs Dan Byrd of
cf Mayo Mr.were and last Mrs week J. D visitors Bell This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters"Let's --

I and son and Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Harris
Yr( I Mr'' and Mrs L M Old- Have Another Winninij Hea. on" (GO; TORNADOESTERWILLEGAR:< II A I L TOT JI E C II A M P S
i tens of Auburndale were
ri oI I Labor Day visitors of :Mr EDWARD'S GROCERY MOTORS H. C. WALL, INC.

and Mrs D. B Orlffls. Mr I INSURANCE
O Hollls Jeffers and : AGENCY
and Mrs
Mrs. Belle Oiddens :
I and family of Jacksonville I
visited! Sunday before Labor SUPPLY :Member F'" n. I. C. CHARLEY E. JOHNSLET'
Day with Mr. and Mrs D. B I

Orlf fls. ft, O O I) L II (' K AGENCY
Mr and Mrs Hollis Jeffers. I :; GET; GOING(; TEAM: : !
Carting the kids ? Sharon Diane and Hank ;
Orlffls attended stork car, LAWSON'S MARKET BEST i: WIS I II E S

Bank in your car! races In Jacksonville last SERVICE STATION DODD'S AUTO SALES

Saturday night: I, SEE; YOU AT THE GAME; : CARL HURST;
Ellis Giddens of Jacksonville
Mrs. I'. S. :.101 & S. R. 100 Starke. Fla.
: Drive in, drive in, wherever you're going! visited Sunday with I G 00 d man' Service Station BEST WISHES' PHONE" 961-0211
Our drive-in banking window enables you Mr and Mrs,, D B. Orlffls I He A Booster For The TornadoesSHUFORD'S
Mrs Belle Giddens returned i Seeher Goodman.: Owner MUTUAL LUMBER
i r to bank quickly, conveniently, without get here to spend some time with Gulf ProdtictsGoodyearTires&; H.illeries STANDARD WE I.tO.GSlnc.
your car-whether you're cart. Mr and Mrs D. B. Orlffis I 105 E. :Madison<< Street
: ing the kids to school, enroute to work, or Rev and Mrs. Jack Waters SERVICE STATION

going shopping. Do it all year around; in and family of Lakeland spent I LET'S GO; TORNADOES
weather! Friday and Saturday with I "YES, YES, GOOD LUCK TO BUS
. any Mrs. Dorothy Waters and GIB BROWN BEST WISHES

son Rev. Waters entered STATION NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES
ble College! in Lakeland BI.1' A. J. THOMAS-REALTOR

week an.1 I Is a former pastorof
I C O :M P L I :M E N T
FLORIDA the Church if God In IT'S KICK OFF TIME! We're Proud Of Our Coaches and Team SFaulkner'a

Baldwin.Enjoying: a picnic Labor ''I DENMARK FURNITURE BILL EDWARDS Sinclair Service

Day at Gold Head Branch! 709!) S. Walnut Street

.'.B'l N K AT S TAR K E were daughter Mrs of Bill Hillard.Robinson Mr and and I COMPANY STARKE 66 SERVICE STAnK; FLA. PHONE 9C4.4B91

Mrs. Richard Norman and C 01: P L I M E N T S GOOD LUCK TORNADOES
. :.:..,,; Q J..JQBanks of the Florida National Group rons of highland Mr and "GO(: FIGHTING( TOI D<> S"STARKE
'--, -Mrs. -Ed Waters and daughter I --- 4=A, MERISSUPPLY! --- NATURAL GAS .

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and Mrs. Dorothy Waters I A. R. Johnson ANDREWS DRUGS CITY UTILITY DEPT.- --
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I I Weldon St. and Ralford Training Union 6:30:: p. m. BEThEL: BAPTIST CHURCH
Brown and their respective! Mrs P L Dinkins I lI'e L. Shuford. Gayle and worth Monday. ul' ctlce. 3:30: p. m.
I I I Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer -
families at the Wise home On Thursday Mrs. R E. I John. Mr and Mrs. Leon Rev. and Mrs. Oeorge Robinson We.nesdayChurch;! 11 7:30. Sunday School, 10 a. m.'
I Worship, a. m. Meeting Wednesday. :
Mrs. Lois Carter of Johnstown left after practice. 9 p. m. Morning MorMlm Worship 11 a. m.'
Church of Ood: Sunday Lee and John visited hei Starling. ;
I I Service 7:30: m. Sunbeams every
LAWTEY\ School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 father a. L. Peterson In Baptist I and Lane of Lawtey.On the morning services for "a Friday Sept. 23Primary Thursday Evening Prayer Meeting p.7:30: : BA other OA.Thursday afternoon. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.Prayer .
two weeks vacation in Cali Choir practice. 3:30: p. m. '
Marian 7:30
a. m. and 7:30: p. m. YPE Memorial Hospital Jack- Sunday Mrs. People's Meeting. ,' Temole. lutor Meeting : p. m.
Young Rev. James
By Ensa BhmcbcrdA Wednesday 7:30.: Prayer sonville. We are pleased to Mars of Jacksonville. Mrs. O. fornia. Rev. Charlie Reddingof HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday p.m. 7:30: p.m.Leroy I Wednesday. Rev. W. L.

Service Wednesday 7:30: ( p. m. leport that he Is improving. J. Anders and Mrs. Helter Ralford was guest speaker [Highway 100 at Theretsa I DEDAN BAPTIST [BrookerJ) Newmans pastor.NORTHSIDE .
Llghtsey paator. .
,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.CHURCH Highland Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Olenn Shuford Mrs. Hicks honored their sister at the evening service. Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. BAPTIST
11 Mrs. George Mrs. Cora Hicks. with a famIly Mrs. R. P. McLeond of NEW CONOREUATIONAL
ACTIVITIES School 9:45.: Worship a. Hester Hicks. Morning Worship 11 a.
Kingsley LakeIn State Farm returned Friday REVTVA1 Morning Worship, 11 a. m Located on JUayieas: High
Grace Methodist: Sunday m. ani:! 7:30: p. m. Prayer Shuford. and Mrs. Richard picnic on m. METHODIST I

School 9:43.: Worship 11 a. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. Carter were visiting in Jacksonville observance of her birthday after a weeks visit with Mr. Training Union 7:00: p. Revival services will be heldat Training Union 7 p. m. Even- way LSR 2253 at Ralford Road

m. and 7:30: p. m. PI'ayeI'Circle m. Choir practice Saturday Thursday.Mr. anniversary. Besides Mrs. and Mrs. C. IR. McDoneland m. tne New Congregational Ing Service, 8 p. m. Rev I SR 161. Services: Sunday

Monday 9 a. tn. MYF 7:30: p. m. and Mrs. James Rosier. :1.: Mars. Mrs.: Hicks and Mr. family in Tampa. Mrs Methodist Church, May 1 Lacy Conway. pastor. School, 10 a. m. Sundav
Mrs. Anders about 15 McDonell and sons came up Evening Worship- 7:43: p. A.StephelL'l Morning Worship 11 a. m.
8 p. m. Wednesday. Time ot Sympathy is extended to Mrs. H. H. Brtce and and Mrs. through May 8. Rev. F. CHURCH OF GOD
evening service was changedto the family of Jim Austin who Wyman Harris visited Rooert 1 I nieces and nephews; Joined In and spent the weekend with m. of Savannah, Ga. Training Union. 6:30: p. m.
Wednesday Night Prayer Starke.
422 N. St. Clair St..
Evening Service. 7:30.: MidWeek -
7:30: m. beginning next passed away Monday. He is Rosier and family in the celebration. will bring the message each
p. Jack-I -7:30 .
p. in."Worship Sunday School 10 a. m
of Mr Prayer Service Wednesday
sonville Sunday Overnight at 7:30.HE1LBRONN: .
met remembered of the night
Sunday. The WSCS as one
with us In Air and
and Lee R. Oreen were Worship Services 11 a. m. 7:30.Rev.: Glenn Law
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawford 1 Mrs.
weekIn Idest citizens of Clay and her.ciith
Tuesday evening last "
church. Bradford Counties. announce the arrival of Mrs.' Homer Smith Mrs. Billie Conditioned Comfort" M. BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday, hon pastor.
a daughter Mona Lisa. on Riley and children and L. Packham Pastor. Sunday School 10 a. 7:30: p. m. Prayer MeetIng.

First Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Ernest Bailey. Mrs September 6. Mrs. Ida Prevatt and daughter Morning Worship 11 a. m'l Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

School 10 a. m. Worship 11 Wilma Walnwright. Mrs. B. find LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Union, 6:30: p. Williams, pastor. '
Mrs. O J. Phillips all of Tampa. They attended Training Sunday School 10 a. m.:
and 8 L. Wilklson. Mrs. Effle Miner MEWS
tn. Training
a. p. m. Danny have returned from a the wedding of MissSharon Evening Service 7:30.: Mid- Morning Worship 11 a. nv'
Union 7 Midweek service and Miss Enza Blanchard attended FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
m. -
p. visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mosley and JOh'1Norman CHURCH week Prayer Service. 7:30: p. Pre-Services [Booster Band,*

8 p. m. Rev. J. F. Ahl of a WSCS Work Shop Redd and family in Mjcon. at the Clay Hill Sunday Schoo\ 10 a. m.; m. Weo.1nesday.TI:0Y Johnson Sunday School, 9:43: a. m Young People ard Prays
at the first MethodistChurch FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Macon. brought the :
Oa. message
Baptist Church on Friday Morning Worship 11 a. m.; pastor. Morning Worship. 11 a. m Service], 6 p. m. Evening
Sunday morning. The in Starke. Oa.Mrs. evening.Mrs. STARKE Evening Worship B m:: Youth Fellowship 6 p. m
Troy Bennett is visit- p. SMYRNA; MISSIONARY Worship, 7 p. m. MldweeW
Ahl family were guests for Mr. and Mrs. Jim ButronI Sunday Sunday School.
Choir: Practice Thursday, 7:30P. :
her son-in-law and Floyd Futch and Mrs. Prayer Meeting Wednesday! Service Wednesday, 7:30: p.
the day of Mr and Mrs I ing 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship,
of Jacksonville
spent Sunday
dauRhter. Mr. and Mrs.I Clara, Olson were also in attendance 8 p. m.-; Sing each Friday at BAPTIST CHURCH m. m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pas
Ralph Wise. Mrs. John 11 a. m.. sermon "Christ and
with her parents.II'! and
at the 8 Rev. Lane W. St. Sunday
Glenn Williamson in Mac- i wedding. p. m. Harvey B33 Pratt tor.
Him Crucified" I II Cor. 2:1-:
clenny this week. Visiting! Mr. and Mrs. A. J. pastor.ST. services: Sunday Schoo!, 10 a KIXGSLEY LAKE
21 Training Union 6:15
Dobbs were Mrs. Edna Casonof : m. Preaching 11 a. m. Training BAPTIST CHURCH CALVARY BAPTIST .
Mr. and Mrs. Maines Orlf- Evening: Worship. 7::30, sermon -
CONTRACT fis of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Friday overnight ,, "The Sin of Haltheartedness" EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

Virgil Oriffls of State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. [Judges 1:27-361.: STARKE Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone !Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

I and their families spent Sun- Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Monday through Thurcday Sunday Mass 9:15: a. m. welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Training Union 6:30: p. m Training Union. 8:30: p. m.

i day with Mrs. Nellie Wilkin- on Sunday. Preparation Week Classes Tuesday Novena and Benediction pastor. Evening/ Worship. 7:30.: Prayer Evening Service, T:30.: Prayet
Mr. and Mrs. Casev
I son. Mrs. Daisy Bock and Mrs. Edna Cason. Mr. Dobbs.and for all Sunday School teachers 7 p. m. Inquiry class LAURA BAPTIS1 Meeting. Wednesday 7:30.: Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: p.

PAINTING Lynn. and officers 7 to 9 p. m. 8 p. m. -Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor. m. -Rev. R. H. Butler pastor.
Mrs. B. L. Wilklson! Jr. :md Thursday and Sunday School 9:43: a m
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and F1'iday-
These Important
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wiggins, classes are very Morning Worship 11 a. m. AIRPARK BAPTIST ..
I John visited:! Mr. Lee's sister, and attendance is Mass 7:30: a. m. [t9-30: a. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
all of Jacksonville, and Mr Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
No Job Too Small Mrs. R. F. English in Atlanta ond Mrs. Hubert Wllkison necessary for successful for grade and high school students Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
i / Ga. over the weekend and Morning Worship, 11 m.
I end family of Live Oak were planning. I ]. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee Morning Worship, 11 a. m. a.

No Job Too Large attended the Lee family reunion visiting the B. L. wilkison Tuesday Junior C.holri Saturday Mass. 9:30: a. m. pastor.BROOKCR. Training Union, 7:00: p. m Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
at the farm of J. C. Prayer Meeting, Wedncesd,
family over the weekend.RAIFORD. I Evening Worship 8:00.: Prayer -
Lee in College Park on Sun- BAPTIST Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : 7:30: p. m. Training Union.

day.A. IF..y..yyy..1 I NOTICH.'011 TAX OP APPI.iriTIO I)RIIIHer. : ASSEMBLY OF GOO Sunday School 10 a. m m. 'Rev. R. E. Bergstrom.. Friday. 7:30: p. m.Rev.. E. L,
Stanley Lyons pleasant event of the IIX.) Ill,, .'.'4. IIIWAY ChAPEL Morning Worship. 11 a. m p etor. Griffis, pastor.
week was a family gathering I NOTICK IS HERKIIY: (J ViN=:,
of the Roy Denmark familyat that Mr ("nrlllirion I holilir
ot the following rert I Iflrntag
Phone 259-3084 the home of Ovid Den h". rilml! HHlcl pfrliricntim for u
mark on Santa Fe Lake. Included By MM. Earl Dobbs tax a"ntn\ bo. IHHIKM.! thereon.The I

in those attending Phone 496.2601'AA.AA..A.A..AAA.A rertirirntp: numbers and An investment in Your Future
Macclenny, Fla. years of '"11'''''''''''. tindenrrlp, I
were Mrs. Evelvn Rivers. Mr.
linn of the propi-rty. und l tintnuniPH

P. O. Box 31 and Earl Mrs.Denmark W. T.all Basford.of Jacksonville and- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor ore UN in follow which*** It WIIH RHHeimed : '1 It '.1'' : I 1".

Mr. and Mrs. OcorI Jones and and Mrs.children visited S. B.his and parents.Taylor Sylvia Mr.in rertlflpnte Yonr 1)U'N'ri"or pt' inn iHHimni Nci of" ,II.I'l-ojn-rty, 19IH..' T..ot t iii\ TJ t h 1;r\1 j! rn (!, [.1J 4 U:11lT\ [1[:, Eli An tarn .

4 11 r ink 1 tr c'niHby Lull.& sh>i6HXlltlU JM k. JM M k
Adel Oa Saturday and Sun- I In \\tlilll"' HHHtHHIMl I I 11.)

J. }StnrllnK, .Ir I
I day.Mrs.. Louise Jones and children All of miM I'ro.' i|>trtbilnir In
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS the County of Hriiilfi, "rcl, Stat
DIRECTORY of Jacksonville visited of Florldu. & Be ever mindful and thankful

relatives here Monday. t'nli'KH vui'h reptlflrntH"' I or ,'t'- _
I, Mrs. Edna Cason of Jacksonville tlfk'ntPH I t tthull I I i bi. ,r'd...'"io.d 1 arordlntF '
GOD for.
ANTIQUES i FLOOR COVERING PET SHOP I visited Mrs. Walter flPHrrlheri, in mifh, r.'rtlfl. "'iite or
Altman several days last et-rtirirntpn"' will lie "hi| | to. thfhlKlnHt

Looking for TilE week. MdiliT, at tincourt, .' HEALTH and FOODIn _
ANTIQUES house door nn the flrnt Monday I
Mr. and Mrs. Marlell
better f Kongo Pet Shop I In :Month of ''''I.r.' 19H8
Bought-Sold-Appraised I Dobbs hod as guest FridayMr. which 'In the :.Inl. 'day of ()"'tO.
Poodle STaIte.Llasa.POODLE and her I 1'"ltl.l'"t..1'! ().
Furn1 tureChlnaGlass.BllverBrassOll visit Mrs. A. B. Whitehead -
GROOMING tills 2!>th day of All- our nation today,the majority( us have so much
@ and daughter of Starke
Paintings .':-- Sweaters Collars Tag, 1 gliNt I'lHH.iiKiiAir' ) I _
an/l:f Mr. and Mrs. Oarv Roberts : :\1. Mnonv. D. r. to be thankful for.Sure we lose a tooth or two in
On Piece or a Hoiua Full 524 HOGAN rfownfowit. I Pet SuppliesBIrd.FIshHnnstors I and children of Colum Clerk of (Circuit ('miit of

bus. Oa. Bradford Cunnty Florida< growing up aa the one pictured here but these will soon ,'
IDa Ward Antiques Dally# & Sun. 10-8 P.M. 9/1 4t 1122XOTU'K
HEARING AID Closed Tuesday Mrs. Rose Sap: visited her be replaced. Health and Happiness are generally ours, .
3S72 St. Johns Ave. granddaughter/: Mrs. Walter
893S Herlong! Rd. NormandV Parrish in Lake Butler over, 0. APPl.lfTIO and through our abundance we should share with
Jacksonville 3871379Call For Best In Hearing S_ Section .'1111 'I' \X i>iin:
the weekend.Mr.
Collect W. Jacksonville 781-2800 I Retlilt.,41. .'.M. others who are less fortunate. God's word and the
I\ and Mrs. Harold Yar- NOTI'U: 1.4 HKItUMY: GIVEN: .

Auto Sales & Service SONOTONEOF \ PIANOS-ORGANS: brough and Sonja visited her of Ih"lIr.. the: foHnnlnir Carl" Hnrton c"rtifIcate holder. church encourage sharing with others. There I '
parents Mr. and J.
Mrs. C.
haH fllnd Hald rerllflrnteii"' for a
JACKSONVILLE"The others within the
WESTSIDEVolkswagen / ITason& Hamlln Piano Odom In Olennvllle. da. tax, detMl to l be iMMiied thereon. are many areas of service to
Strongest and Smallest Hammond Organ Sunday. The ri-rtlflrnta I number. andy'n churches, and these we should not neglect, but .
Inc. ,I.e of isiti a fl ', the dnncrlp-I
Hearing Aid In the World"Only Magnavox Organs I Our deepest) sympathy to lion of the property and l the I
I Co. Hearing Aid Mails, "You Get A Good Deal At- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brunneron llamas In which" It was aaHeaHedam < God has said that we should take advantage 89 ..
2l'ed: Monroe the death of her sister. t'ertlflente an, follow. No* : 61. we are able of opportunities to give aid. 'Ir! <'", '
Sales ( Part Jacksonville 333-1463: Mrs. R. B. Ethrtdge In Ala ,
j F. O. MILLER I Year of iHHuanit) 5,
: Body Shop .. bama last week. Uemiiptlon, of 1'ropurlv Com "Ait we have therefore opportunity let ua j riAdo
ServicetII CM. OMAMT Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison at MW for of E'of' W& "f '
Open 8 aJ8 *. IIi H f F.. s..... 1i.a ,,,,U* I SK'/t of SK'4. E 105' For VOn. good unto all men." t.
Jr. and son of Gainesville visited -
N. 420'. E 105') S 4SOto S Bdry ,: *
B p.m. Sat.-Closed: Sunday Jacksonville I her parents Mr. and of II.."., W 105' to POll Sea. 9- GA.LATIAN3 6:10: ,

1150 LANK AVE. SOUTH I 1 Mrs.\ Theodore Rosier Sun- 6-22: /
Phone Jacksonville! 381-3441 FIELDSHOBBY SEWING MACHINES Name, In which aimetiHeil) Lulu

I _I day.Monrle Kittler is home I Uelle All Terrell.of said 1 property being In .t" .t, .
Parrish MotorsBALES Sl.NOtK I (
from the V. A. Hospital In the County of Bradford Stateof '
New In 4 Dr. Cabinet Lake Florida. I

: A Complete Line of Sold New over $300 I II I Mr.City.and Mrs. R. A. Brun- I Unli'BH" MUCh Hhall certificate lie deemod or oertlfliateH accordtnn -- I I I .
Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- Per Monti /
Bal. $72 or $5.00 II
I ner spent last weekend with to law the propertydesc'iIel I
SERVICE ""D cllea--Specializing in Radio I Ideal Sewing CenterALL their sons and families Billy. ) In mich' certlfIcKte, "' or ; '4
Controlled Models iM-rtlfliatea will be Bold to tlvhlicheHt
MAKESNew and Ronnie Brunner In Tam- bidder. at the court : 4t

and Equipment firm !Monday THE CHURCH ENCOURAGES _
82 Year Aa A Dealer and Used Machine I"usp door on the _
Always Good Used Cars Open Evenings till 9 P.M. 848 Cassat Ave. pa.Miss Patsy Sweat of Jacksonville In Month of October.. 1986.\\ LOVE AND COMPASSIONFOR
'II hkh.. l I. the 3rd day of (
tZl Laura ft*. Jacksonville 602 So. EdgewoodJacksonville Jacksonville 389-5071 spent the weekend ber, mi: ) OTHERS

Phone 66-S654 3888662MOTORCYCLES -_ with her parents Mr. and Tinted. this 29th day of Auguat. \ .
TRACK SERVICE Mrs. Mack Sweat at State 1964.

Automatic Transmission ::1 RAY'S Farm. Clerk l'1 IU.ES of Circuit. A. Court J'1It BY.I( :i DM(Onmh,, ..MI aflMintd. ..a,...
Automatic : I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat liradford, County. Florlla I,, man ond,, of'Nil........for.....f Ie rtipwiil. 'M'Ihot. I lo".by to"'.!hit n."io.hbol. Without,' !:!::
and Ramona. s'1 4t O'S'JCambodians:
I TRACK SERVICE attended the I kil gtwmling. in thi ... of Gad, rat ".,.,nm..' or miily, or coy of Mi .,ill long. c:;

Transmissions & HONDAMOTORCYCLES Service McCall family reunion at regard white .....,... and itio ltmlom .h,..N >.hold u ..., will. I.n"obl" | p.mh.. 'Ihoiiloii., .... .r.J l .
Portable Track Press
I Camp Olena! Sunday. and teeth as bad luck says National ",.... I wlllili. >oinl, ol 01.! .., ono "'..1' wpport "Hit' (Chwih, 'lot 'tht ink. of '41''. .lloio, -=," p !:::! I IThese
Motor ExchangeBIG Welding visited with Mrs. Sweat'sbrother Geographic. They dark- .4 hlmutt, and tin. hmltr., loyontf lIeS, ho.i.... .vey P.IWO ihi.ld! uphold ond pot- '<" ;

DADDY WALT Used Bulldozers Se Crawler Mr. and Mrs. W. P. en. their teeth with betel nut : "''I,.,. in ,II). Uwiifl ....... it 'told 'tht' ,faith bout mon I III.) diolh and '.,'..n,. Id.tiutli ). "' :'
ALL MODELS "We'll 'em Rolllna"1U1 Oramlln in Lake Gll.
Keep City. or set them with gold and iihkh oloM mil wl, him "fin 'lo llvo at C ('hiM, of, God.
Jtemanufactured Transmissions Merchants Green Stamps W. Beaver Ode Dobbs and sister Mrs. gems. [I'' I C...._. Ad. S o.

MotorsBy Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. Jacksonville 388-4621 Edna Cason spent the week- -------
Quality Craftsman Monday-Friday end in Port St. Joe. They TilE RIGHT POINT for the I'''

2097 W. Beaver St. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. TROPICAL FISH met Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Dobbsof \ way you write. Come In and |I' ..

Jacksonville 353-4771 Saturday and Wednesday Gainesville there and all elect your favorite ESTER-TELE-1': Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Spon
BROOK fountain pea-
F CLOSED SUNDAY were guests of Mrs. Iva Williams. -

MOTORS & CTCLES Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. STARKE ,jBUILDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat
4949 Blandlng Blvd. Complete Aquarium Supplies MarketAND
Cribbs Campers W. B. Bloodworth Sunday !!
Jacksonville 171-8244 Imported Fish All Specie' SUPPLIES Inc.
were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams -, Restaurant & Motel COLD STORAGE
S Del-Rey Campers of HUllard. Mr. and: Featuring Arc> Hurduare

Mon.-Sat. 10 am. to 8 pm Mrs. Elmer Brannon and I BUSINESS Complete Paint Supplies Specliil' Rules To Commprf'11l1: IVupli \Ve Rp..alll.e. I In Custom Slaughter-

Shasta Trailers :MUSIC Sunday 2 to 6 P-m. Mrs. Thelma Brannon of' and Sporting Goml New Free TV-.Mr Conditloni-cl. In Jr. Cutting &: Wrapping_

Convertible We Order Any Fish Avallabb Lake City and Mr. and :Mrs. "CIIKCK WITH fS: FIRST" T'nSSf) 1 SIHWFRSNorth <

Skamper Paulus Music Co. 943 S. Edgewood Are. Wayne Bloodsworth of DIRECTORYAUTO Washington St. 961--20i 301 I'll. 11111-70111
TradBAnk Financing Jacksonville! 388-9404 Gainesville. I
6408 San Juan Ave. Sunday guests of Mrs. ,
Bradford Abstract Co.
Band & String Instruments WESTERN STORE REPAIRS J
Jacksonville. 888-9348 Mary Freeman were Mrs. i Rosier Monument Co.A .
I.1 Gibson Guitars& Amplifiers
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg School Sut\PlIes-InatrucUon:\ LITTLE DUDE Wlllene Oreen and son and ,1 Earl's Garage 158 W. CALL STREET
D. J. Parrish of Jacksonvilleand
:Monument For F.pnS.I, f&co!
Roberta Recorders Ph. 964-63S1 Starke, Fla. \(
Chain I :Music LIbtryEcp.rtRepair Western Store Mrs. A. M. Jones and I I ALL KINDS OF I MAKBLF.: (;il5\MTR:

diug-htert. and granddaughter AUTO REPAIR WORK Alsotil :\Iru..ol'um.,
Find Every
Saw SalesBOMBL.ITB I Department "Where thing You'll For the Horse of Starke. 1 I All Work Guaranteed 'I Edwards Grocery & I I1a.1I."n: : SIn: rkt' OF STARKE I INC.

41 W. Monroe St. Enthusiast" Ratford First Baptist Phone 969-2964 I Mkt. Ph. 9rj! l ; limp 7H' -366. U.S. 301 NORTHPh.
Jacksonville 355-8447 Leather- Church will have baptismal !11". Walnut. Starke
Money Makin' Chain Saws Western Clothing
I 3310 Beach Blvd. services at Bowling Lake 969-3801 Starke Fla.
SERVICE Saddles and Trailers ,
ALES & goods.
at 2 AUTO SERVICE Groceries'-Meats t -Feeds
Sunday < P. m. I
Part and Repairs All Make!..1 Jacksonville 398-3091 Charles & Sharon Petty Mrs. Gertrude:! Hart post Gas & Oil DeWITT C. JONES

Toro Yazoo Power Mower.: I 903: So. Ed wood 384-1210 Ave. mistress will return: to workVednesd'1Y Gilbert S. Brown Ph. !flfil-2182, Starke. Fla. FUNERAL HOMES
Rt. 21 Mlddlebufy 282-SO50 Jacksonville Charley E. Johns
\ after several '
MUSIC Instruments
>1> I Standard Oil service Station
WELL DRILLING weeks vacation. Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2000: Agency
ELECTRIC MOTORS .1 'I The Alvarez Family Re- ATLAS

MARVIN KAY'SMusic PARTRIDGE union will be held at Camp I TIRES& BATTERIES I CALL ROY FOR PROMPTSERVICE Keystone Heights 131 S. Walnut Ph. BQ4-0201

Peavy Brothers Center Olena Sunday Oct. 16. All Budget Terms-Road Service
j j Well Drilling Co. members are urged to attend. I Phone 9G4-7071& I II Ph. 473-3176 GENERAL INSURANCENobody
Electric Co. I 407 N. Temple Starke 920 Thomas!' St.. Starke But Nobody Undemella
Mr. and Mrs. Ruffln Oriffls
Fender. Greteoh A: Vox Guitars I ROCK ft: ARTESIAN WELLS Phone 961S9S1BRADFORD'MOTEL Charley K.'; Johna Agency

MECTRIC MOTORS KIng. Hatten. and Selmer I Complete Electric Water visited their son and HURST'SSHELL
daughter-in-law Mr. and
Band Instruments
I4..ServtcedRePatrdo.atorsstartrs System Sinclair Refining
Mrs. Eugene Oriffls in Jacksonville i '
Ludwig. Slingerland, Rogers IRRIGATIONFHA
I Sunday. "'. L. Thonui, Dlitrihntnr Hurst Shell Service
FIN.VNCINO( Service Station I

Alterations Rental,* & Repairs on ALL 8860 Hyde Grove Ave. Mrs. Lonnle Dobbs and A SUPERIOR :\fOTF.LAmerica's GASOLINESKIROSENE:
Rewinding lai Oils LubrlratlonGood.ear CARL HURST
Armature -
:Most Motels
Mrs. Lelia Conner of Gainesville Hospitable
Jacksonville Fuel Oil and Greases
I 400LUS': ST.
4044 Lenox Ave. I Tire! & BatterleiROAD Air Conditioned Free TV
I were Monday guests 603 S. "'ainut.
Jacksonville 353-0935 GUI Collect S39-143 StarkeFh. Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 9646111p.'n
,. Jacksonville Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Bloods- SERVICE t and Coffee 961-3661 .
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Jill! .

i If, In Season Opener I To Cut MillageGarbage


I Indians May Take Newberry\ For Collection

By Mary Schaeffer Ride on 'Streetcar Named Desire'Coach

Phone 473-4127

Lea Rhoden's Indians Coach Rhoden says "We

in their first annual are going to have to work on

LIONS TO SPONSOR ex-district Governor Charlie Blue andVhlte game lost our blocking/ passing, and Tax Is Favored

ESSAY! CONTESTAs McOlave received the 100 percent Friday night, took another kicking game extra hard this ythhamnier-B.ildwin

announced In The Telegraph -, award for his term as tl'p forward In their preparations week. All of the new players i iI I

last week, the local Governor. to meet Newberry in are looking exceptionally Melrose Scouts

Lion are sponsoring an 63- FIRST AID CLASSA the season opener here this (iood. The whole team ha- Will Attain 1

lay contest for boys and girls Standard First Aid : Fn\"my nlsht the desire to learn, and have :

ages 14 through 22 on I Course will be given in Keystone I Coach Rhoden attempted I worked real hard. Our opener: Rank of Eagle ;By Keystone Council

"Peace Is Attainable:" This 1 1a is Heights starting on )to equalize( the teams for this will be one of our toughest

world-wide contest and Wednesday, Sept. 21, and ."immaite[ session! but as so I and the players know It." Llovd Baldwin and Eddie .. .,

the top prize Is $25,000. Local continuing on 6 consecutive often happens In regular For the first time In Keystone Rothhnmmer. two memiers:

winners will receive $25 Wednesdays, from 7:30: to 10 ames he was unable to Heights history, there of Molrose Boy Scout Troop Councilman George LjiRue'a persistent l1hocncyofa : motion was/ followed by another -

for a first prize $15 for a p. m, cage!' the spirit and drive of' are at least two players vle- 109. will receive their Eagle!; garbage collection fee as II means of lowering the from Councilman Wale

second, and $10 for a third. These sessions will be heldat the. White Team which, un- ing for each position! on the awards .it a Court of Honoron ad valorem tax levy finally paid dividends Tuesday Thomas, setting the new tax

At the Lions regular monthly the Firehouse and the instructor ,John M. HallGraduates r'ei, the leadership of quar- starting lineup. September! 18Hothhnmmer. night when the Keystone Council went on record, by levy at seven mills a reduction -

dinner meeting on Monday will be Charlie Mc From tl'1'ha'kVaynp Homer, won Rhoden says that while a !senior at I unanimous vote, as favoring such: a fee, effective:-; I of four from last yeai ':i

evening:, the Neighborhood I Olave, assisted by FliPTI'oopel' 60.:? tome slots have already been :Melrose High School. has i umber 1. I I 11.

Commissioner. Dr. Phillip K. Leonard Jones. I Artillery OCS Several players on both filled. several! positions! ne been a patrol :leader and:! lun- I The t' I LaRue maintained that the
proposed fee would be ] figure to de'er-
a yet be
NEtt' EYE DONORS j rides are worthy of special still\ In doubt and will be determined for scoutmaster! He was elected 'I ttarbage collection fee would
i I
Chart-Er $1.25 per month for resi- inlned- -for bu.sines.ses.Endorsement .
!! Lions Eve Conservation John M Hall. 21. !son of mention, linemen Mike lieskett.'Mike by performances in to the Order of the Arrow I II dences, and somewhat higher\ of LaRue's 1 be a more equitable means o:
Post, sponsored by the Lions j 1 I Chairman George Schaeffer Hcnrv Q. Hall of Keystone Munhee. and John practice this wrek I in 1984) and has been active helping finance the dty'i;

Six of the Explorers were I! announces the names of new I Htights. received his commission :McOrath did a commendablelob Upon ac'epUntht'/! position -I in Troop 109 since 1960 budget than doing It all

guests at the dinner. i eve donors to the Florida I as a 2nd lieutenant in their position, and as head coach and Athletic Baldwin a former Melrosei : through ad valorem taxes Ha

Also at the dinner meeting, Eye Bank at the Medical I), Peter 'adllatlnlfrom the Chester Glenn looked (rood In director three years! ago I {'' now lives! in Branford 3 Women Charged with Receiving said the garbage fee would

Officer Cancidate School at kicking!! extra points. Johnnie Coach RJioden promised to where hP Is a high reach some residents who ai .;

the Artillery and: MlsFlle\ Moon and: Danny Hinck cave build a good physical education I school senior'. He fat tot mem- totally exempt from ad, val
It r
T. Center Fort Sill. Okla. outstanding/ performances in program and field a ber of the Alachua Chapter Stolen Goods To Go On Trialquite I orem taxes.

During the 23-week course the backfield winning team in three years. Order of the Arrow, and participated LaRueY suggestion received -

, Hall received intensive training Rhode'SIYS, "With the Part of this has been accomplished In the 1966 Phil- backing: from spectator

in gunnery: piepnring running of these two, It gives and those who have I mont Expedition. Three women charged with 1 wIth breaking and entering john Bird, who said that a

" him for officer duties in the us' the best! balanced back- followed his progress feel receiving stolen goods pleaded I with Intent to commit grand! lowered tax levy would be J

D I Id Ii field aitillerv. Other traliilnn field ever." Their performances confident that the rest will,'Rites WednesdayFor not guilty at their arraignment / larceny at the Blue Pines! Baron good selling point in attr .ict-

d included nrtlllerv survey and were the bright spot, he delivered on schedule In Green Cove Springs State Road 100 at the hw new resident to Keystone

transport. communications as! far as the coaches are Statistically. NewbPiry is I[ Jas. S. AustinOf and were bound over to Clay north Putnam County line. I Bird said that "the town Is

i map and aerial-photo reading concemej.Johnnts. the favorite but in the opening ] Lake GenevaJames County Circuit Court with I In the meanwhile. Austin dying" and pointed out that

electronics, counter- insurgency gained 93 yards in r game of the season anything trial date set for September and Kennedy are in the Putnam tine new homes are 'foliit>,'
19 carries!, and caught one : 23. Austin all around"-but not inside
and leadership.A \ can happen and. basedon S Austin! 84 of County Jail up
touchdown pass while Danny the desire with hold orders him the city limits. He said a low
1963: graduate of Brad- and spirit manifested Lake Geneva died Monday The three Willie Mae!! against
ord County Hleh Srhonl Lt. trained 94 :yards In 2* carries. in last Friday's sciim- afternoon following an extended Carter Billy Jo Tunstall, and from Nassau, Clay, nndla- tax mlllapre would be an Incentive -

Hall attended the St Johns Both sparkled on defenses as mage! Keystone should take Illness Born in Clay :Maxine Edwards were released chua Counties, has bond set to new home owners,
. well. this one.Garden. at $15,000: and Kennedy even if a garbage collectionfee
River Junior College, and County on April 4. 1882, his under $1.000 bond
each. with a hold order from Clay must be added to make
rntere.:) the Army In Octoberof parents were the late Gilford

1965.Center .. I and Klzzle Starling Austin.He They were companions! of County, has! bond fixed at up the difference
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Finance and Law Chairman
Club I I was a retired farmer Mallah Tunstall, Earl Amtln, $5.000. -
Tunstall of Thomas aid that the
third member :
and a member of the Baptist and Henry Kennedy, charged .
MELROSE Of The Lakes the group has been l'ele.Jsecl\| ( !ty's new budget totals $45-
in Gainesville. Theyare Church. ,
No Speed Limit On Savings! under $3.000 bond. 312. and of this amount.
: Doyle E Harden Mrs.! Plans Year's Work Surviving' are three daughters -
Bonnie Harden Stanton Kent I I Mrs Estelle Nowicki of ......................I I All three men pleaded not $I 5.811200111<1 need( to bdrl.sed
t'Uilty at their arraignment In from ad valorem tuxes
Thrift Sheryl Bonnie Thrift By Sally Rothhummrr The Garden Club of the Jacksonville: Mrs. Allene Edwards I

There's no limit to what you can Steven' Henry Thrift, and:! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI Lakes held a special meeting;: Kingsley Lake: and INDIAN BEACH ]I. Putnam 1, and County trial date on September has not Continued( On Next Page]

accomplish with systematic savings Ftephanie! Jo Thrift. Also ,I on Thursday Sept 8, at the I Mrs. Jeane Johnson of Sanford -
been set
Harold Thomas Oxford. Duplicate Bridge Winners: home of Mrs. Edmund Dwyer. N. C., two sons! Clyde.
hvre. Just get started and I.etp'on! I (Lake Santa Fe) Tn addition to the Blue
1st place-Mrs C. W. Beas-
Anyone interested in becoming The business meeting was Austin, Jacksonville: and KEYSTONEDriveIn
going! n donor may rail I; ley and Mrs. H. A. Hardey I preceded by a picnic lunch at I!I James Tester Austin Houston Mr. Jnik F. Miller !Sr. Pines! charge, the men are
plso< charged with theft of Theatre
Lion Schaeffer at his home.. 2nd place-Mrs. Paley Boyd the poolslde. Texas; one brother!,
473-4127. and Mrs. John Strawn. 3rd Mrs. Lonnie Stripling, president Henry Austin Jacksonville: AAAAAAIAAAAIAAAAAAIAAWell .4I I I some $3.000 in Jewelry, a

TEEING OFF I place-Mrs. Francis Pyle and of the end a number of irand hl1- I television sewing machine FRI., SAT.. SUN.
paid on savings here make group presented there sin't much tc I
Miss Bessie Rutherford. 4th I. two radios and other articles Sept. 16, 17 18Don't
Oj the newly appointed committee -I dren. ,
The Women's Golfing A.'i.oC1.tlOll report this week for no t!
your money grow faster . Mrs. R. P. Ooodloe from the home of A. E ... .
place: .
; .
.' held their regular chairmen as follows: Funeral services were held. many have called in or dropped Powell, -. -. .
\ Rt 1. Box 177, Bland-
1 help you 'ride your bankbook"O Thursday morning play on and Mrs E. B. Oo a. Mrs.\ Albert Bachmann program nt 2 p m. Wednesday at th"1 news Items off, but what, lug Boulevard! last July 23. I. j

to fulfillment of your rosiest Sept 8. and in the 18-hole PERSONALS : Mrs. Edmund Dwyer graveside In Kinnr.sley LakeCem..tel'y there Is, Is BIO. IU'I)
Happy Birthday to Eddie social Mrs. Leon '' with W. A. A preliminary: hearing hade ;
croup! the winner was Freda : The Pete Bartons have
dreams: been in "Q '" .
Rothhammer and David walfnel"j' sot Green Cove O .
Wyman with a low gross! of8B garden renter and : Hogan officiating/ Interment biggest news on the lake
: while! Ve.ta Alken was Chamblee and Debbie Reed Mrs.! H. M Fuller /ga"den I was in the family plot under! iront: they me now the proud RpiltiKS on this charge/ / forSeptember
:Mr and Mrs W. J. Orollck I 1. but was postponed I' ,
therapy Mrs R. P. Voifh. direction of DeWItt C. Jones
the low net with 81 :
\ .
SEE US FOR ALL YOUR IJANKINfi( NEEDS; new owners of an Amphicar.As because I'tfttiJlJine
spent Saturday in Jacksonville 'MI's. of a conflict
I horticulture R. H fchneberjrer. Funeral
In the nine-hole group.Mittie : I the Ernest Tanners of
vlth the
celebrating Mr. Quo.lick's arraignment date In
Havnes was low nefInner publicity anl:! pub- Starke were here on Tuesday -
KEYSTONE STATE BANK With a score of 42 I birthday.Mr. lic !relations Mrs! J. Miller opening, we were in the f'nlntka. r't

.H'NIOKX' ,; II 1-\: It :MRS BIRD,, and Mrs. George DC- Wrinkle and Mrs.! Ira T. of doing a couple Austin, whose bond Is 15.- IIJ
NEWS NOTES process
Valencia's house guests! recently 000\ has hold orders against
Rave, and meansMrs
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. The Junior Woman's Club ways : skewers of shlshkabobs( Imagine -
of Keystone Heights met I were. Ruby and:! son Fremont" Tulles, birds and when him from Nassau Clay and
': our surprise we
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Thursday! evening. Sept 8.: Joey. Timental, Mlckell Mark- conservation! Mrs. E. D By Helen K&an nl) realized a perfect car Alnchua Counties, In addition -

Community"KEYSTONE ton the first meeting of the ham and his fiance Lvtli T ongnecker. legislation!! : Mrs. Image pulling to our to the Putnam County
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Laylandend Emery Cooper. corsage and was up charge The Alachua: County S'vt1 r s
afraid that
dock. We
I.Con Un lied On Next: Pagel daughter Leslie all of flower show: Mrs! Lena Clemens were we case involves theft of an
I tOMMI'NITY: : Clll'ltm' "had surely used too mucl-n'
Homestead; and an aunt and rutomoblle. | 3 !
and Mrs. L E. Harris wine vinegar In the marinatefor Pa3lrrZ!
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Circle Meetings Sept. 19 I Kennedy
high school gardeners; Mrs. shishkabobs until faces charges liii
Jones and son, Lonnie of Atlanta ,Jaye Strickland antl-lltter- ns follows-: we 1, ClAY and Putnam. I I''
hew out the door and got a
HEIGHTS-MELROSE Georgia The DeVal- bulMrs: Roy Bridges andMrs. Mrs. Elmer Howe's Morning -
I closer look! That "thing" Is '
encla's daughter. Linda has !. C. E. Mitchell, trees!: Circle at 9:30: at the machine! No sooner
spent the summer' with relatives Mrs. Don Pingborn. roadside had we bade them adieu on Miss The Terrific
in Columbus! She is berry with Mrs. L. C ., 5ft3U i
i development: Mrs. L. F. La- '
ffle Sflflreline. than were
BUSINESS DIRE: CTORYPACKAGE brick at the Florida State Mee, landscape design; Mrs. as co-hostess. Afternoon Circles driving In the roadside they drive

University after a visit home I Sam. Oardner, world: !gardenIng meeting at 1:30: as fol- asking to take the childrenfor $130,000 BONUSBONANZAa

vlfh her parents : Mrs Dan Pater, awards; lows--Mrs. M A. Schroeder. a ride of their choice.-by

APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP STORE MaJ. Oen.. and Mrs! R. P Mrs Aldene Adle. telfphone.Mrs chairman will be hostess\ In land or sea? ?? We are en-
Hollls spent the weekend:! vlsit'nn Stripling announced her own home on Half Moon
|toying a few of the possibilities -
T V Service CenterJ. KEYSTONEBEAUTY THE BLUE PINES I' their daughter Rev. and' that the club will plant a Lake: -- Mrs John Bird'sCircle this vehicle. has so we

:Mrs David Pritchard ofAml'rlcu.io !roe in honor of the Garden will meet with Mrs the Burton family arc !
Package Store & r now
R. TIMES. Proprietor Oeorgia. Clubs of Florida 75th anniversary Mdck' Haberstroh with :Mrs
sure going' to enjoy ill!
Authorized MotorolaPhllco SHOPEdith COCKTAIL LOUNGE i Adm. and Mrs. Anthony L Mrs! Bachmann gave Francis Egan co-hostess: The Mike Adams called In
: 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except I I Mrs. William Beam Sr Cir-
Open R Dante has to visit f brief report of the short
I gone and asked! that any and all
Sales and Service Johnson, Owner' cle will meet at the home of You Be A Winner
Sunday May Already
Make their son In London, England: course at the University! of, of we neighbors be on tlv'
Service Oil All
Danre Every Saturday Night I Mrs. Emily Ison with Mrs
for severalfeks.. Florida. and outlined pro- lookout for a blue styrofoam
TV RADIO STEREO Personal Music of Connie and for the Beam as co-hostess: Mrs
Dr. and Mrs James Lack- grim year.Nineteen sail boat that they have lost
COLOR TV & Creative The Fireballs Henry Mickle will entertain
IPV has 01a business members attended
gone It Is quite an expensive rig
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Hair 4 :MILES! KAST OF her Circle at her home. evenIng -
Styling I trip to Hawaii for three this. meeting.sucre.ss and they are quite anxious to
Keyttime heights KEYSTONE, IIKHJIITHREAL Circles Nightengale's
months. '>et word of Its whereabouts
Individual Beauty Cure I Ph 11:1'!:
meet at 7'4fI'S!) 1'-
ColO. S. Price is home
:Miss Leila Brown and her
Auto Salts & Service ESTATE
Every Form of Beauty Culture I lifter a stay! in the Navy Hospital White Chairman, meetln" mother. Mrs Jesse Boiinel''
:3 I CycleWASHER
with! Mrs Howard Tucker andRebecca's
I !
LAKE LOTS in Jacksonville I Couit of Honor for Troop end Mrs Kay :Martell., all of :
Open Tues.-Sat 9-5; with Chairman "-
SPRING MOTORSComplete Lake Geneva JS.VK) 'Terms! ) Last Sunday Mr. J. V 105 and 109 will be held Sun- Mrs. William Warren wil1meet \ Gainesville have spent a HOt

Cloned Monday Lnke Brooklyn JI'.OO (Terms!) Ford! visited his brother Ray day, Sept 18. Parents and pleasant vacation this pus-
In the home of firsFrank
Service & Parts PbuV0LKSIVAUEN Trailer Lots $500 up (Terms* Ford !Mr and Mrs. Ford also Boy Scouts will bring their week In the Schmitt cottage! r
Keystone Height 473-I8O6 :MOUTHtOK ROKF.ltAI''lt.I"4.L I fished! with his parent. Mr. picnic baskets and eat together II en. at 8:00 p m. They tried their lurk at some Only
!RFRVICEA I And Mrs. R. M. Cason. :Mrs with the other Scouts fishing/ but had the same as I
"If It's For A Volkswagen I SH ix I i t CM: lauralne Erlckson of Putnam and their families 4-5 p. m. Fall1e.tlnrc: of the, most everyone for thl.s time'of $ 7.83
We Have It." Electrical Sales & ServicpYeoman' I (Con 'nued. on next Page
Mrs. M. Ilgen. 4734818Capt Hall was a recent !guest of The Awards for Court of year-none. Per MonthMATCHING

Always Plenty of Good Used R. Lovorn, 473-4152 I the Casons also their daughter Honor will start at 7 p. m With future plans to trans-

Realtor | Mrs. George O. ThlT.oen, This will be a complete Courtof port Melrose High School
Volk3Wtttfe.ru. In Stock .S.E.McKay, Citizen in Nation, Swimming :-;(,
Electrical I of East Palatka and theft Honor with advancement students to a consolidated!
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Architecture. Brent Baldwin-
Green Cove Springs 284-9204 Phone. 47a.1Vla. son Mr. Ralph Cason of Sller : cf ranks and; merit badge* Finger Printing, and swim hh: school yet to be built In
Sales & Service Pilatka. Interlachcn. the opening' DRYERSOnly
I \ Lake near presented: with special award ming. Fredrick Wheeler -

'RESTAURANTSBeidler's :Mr and Mrs. Alton i being paused out. The evente Swimming! Gardening. Coin school term has seen H rash _

AUTO SERVICE FrIgidaire Appliance Th om PfO.. and family havi will take place at Troop lOfl, Collectln Chuck Ormsbee. of Indian Beach (children

Maytag Washers Holiday moved to Baton Rouge La campsite on Crystal Lake Shimming Jim Martin transfer to the Kevston

KING'S Zenith and Motorola TV Mr. and Mrs.! Jack Bass Keystone Troop 105 have two I Swimming The two EIl'I'Awars Heights school Those transferring $e.so
Sleglcr Heaters tornvr! residents were hen el I merit badges in Swimming so far have been Jer-
Service Station :! will be the first In *
t"lIdpr:" :o.pOwnpr..hJp. for the weekend. going to Bobby Hendry and I Melrow (Continued. on next urge) Per :Month
\ 1960.
P. O. Box 188 MelrosePhone
OIL P.AREDEB; Mr. and Mrs. H A Bar" Marshall Gallop. Seconc d I.
i USED CARS AT 473-271: 11.2 Cu. Ft. _
Trie Food Moderately !'rlceo nett's guests recently wa- class award- Butch Blea-s-

t BARGAIN PRICES OPHrfT 7 DAYS WEEKLY 'their daughter. Mr. and Mrs 1\\ dale Paul Martin': Mark Jor .ab rfJ t':: 'F- :I
RefrigeratorNo :::
ELECTRIC NURSERY Full" Uln".r" Lunches Horace Hudson of Miami. dan Ricky Warren. First NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP l' ......___..z,
AlA ( Italian Funds t r Class T
their son }t. A. Barnett Jr. 01: -- Marshall Gallop antI
AND; ACETYLENE O.C.Carnes Nursery PIZZA PIES Atlanta. Oa and Mr. am I l Johnny Warren. Troop 10'' ( Frost) 1 ,
liiway JOO, Florahome-23 BltM-k Nrrrth BEER of Red Light I Mrs. William Furgeron of Or. will have a life scout-Bill v! : ; 475-52S5; :; '

\ 475-2131: Miles SE of Starke rrIrs'TrITrrqUSED I nre Park, and their tW(el I Schoeneman. Two EagI!! Only 1 ,C 11D_ _- ...__t.

,''I''! children Jane and:! Jimmy. wa.rdaEddie Rothhamme; Cares" ,-: .:,: I I
- MELROSEAuto Nursery Stock -Thousands CARS i !SCOUT NEWS and Lloyd Baldwin. Mri t 9'IELHOSJoPhone $ _

of Plants it Fruit 'I Mrs. Inez Thompson, Del i budges! will be awarded tea < ="- WEEK; ; -
Trees to choose from. Nice WE HAVE GOOD Mother, Cub Scouts had > Eddie Rothhammer- Safetyt .. Her :Month

Service Shade Trees Evergreens Used Cars and Tracks "Oet Acquainted"* meeting a' Hiking, Citizen: in the Nations ( :\ )

& Landscape Plants. All At Saving Price. the home
Richard Jones. Prop. In containers-plant any We'll Get It For Yea Sapp last Wednesday. Then I1 I Safety, Citizen in Commun. "1IIEELFII'S% DISCOUNTS

Former Owner J. L. Motors time. Camellias Sc azaleas.Let If We Don't have It I was seven members presen t Ity. Lloyd Baldwin- Indtai ni NELL DUNCAN="- OWNER APPLIANCES

Vernon Buff Garage and two visitors This wa1I 'J Lore Pioneering RowIng '
" UacolennyUE&BO3S u* do your landscaping. I their first mHtln.r. and Mrs. J Mature, ,Citizen in CommunIty Service Is Our Mott '
Hwy" 100 Keystone Hfta. Highway 21 Between Keystone! Heights and
1 Thompson reported It a great Personal Fitness, an<
... : Phew 6S4-S66S 473- 4379 i Safety Billy Schoenemarui _! ,I 1\Ielrose--Phone 475.2401l


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of !such matters I months visit with Mrs. Lou- urday, where she met a Ocbhart family home. University In OI'P.el1llll., ,

Garbage Fee The opinion was! expressed' NEWS NOTESfrom den's daughter and family. 'I friend with whom she drove MI' and Mrs. Miles Insra- Charlie and Kitty McOIave C. She graduated from BI.'a.

that the City had control of the Jack Nelsons in Ottawa, back to college. Janie will be ham of Lakeland spent Lab were weekending in DAytona ford County High School

lake frontage: extending 200 ( preceding )page) Ohio. While there Mrs. Nelson !- HILITESFrom entering her second quarterof or Day weekend at the Gcb- Beach. last weekend:! and on 1962.

Is FavoredFrom feet out from the shore but Keystone Club will meet In joined them for a trip to I her freshmen year at Tioy hart homestead in Hillcrest.Mr. Saturday night, they attended -

Anderson said this was debatable :Mayo Clinic. Rochester Minn. ''I College in Troy. Ala. Infrraham was the late a Daytona Beach Lions ---
the Clay Electric hall on
since the bottom Is: where they all underwent a The McMurtry's younaerson. ; Mrs. Oebhart's son. meeting honoring/ their most, INDIAN BEACH
Wednesday. Sept. 21 at 10 a. [ Preceding nlel
( preceding pnge) c \\ned by the Internal Improvement m. President Mrs. Herman checkup. Jimmy, was due to fin- Bob and Nancy Hendry distinguished member. Mll-
Commission. Mrs.\ Elva Scott and Roland current season. Guest ish basic training at Fort and their two children nave lard Conklin, who received
Rochl will present! the I 1900ffi -
requiring a 10 mill tax levy. The matter was referred' to Coutu visited for the I of from a 'vacation at' !several coveted awards. One -
I I "Values to LIv13y" ) was Mrs. John Bird Benning, Ga., on Thursday of returned ) (rwi'om' Preceding
With an estimated $5.000 the attorney for investigation program past month. Mr. Coutu sons.'I Senior Club, who dl this week Sal they planned Indian Rocks on the Gulf was the award given by the F5p1
Plans will be made for 1
from the proposed garbage and a determination of the the Extension Homemakers Roland Jr. and Walter and i I the value of cooperation to drive to Columbus to bring where they rented a cottage President of Lions Interna- ry Music, Rick Wheeler ;-.

collection fee however the extent of the City's authorityand Doctor's families in Waltham. Mass' tween the two groups. him home for a 10-day furlough near the home of Nancy's tlontl and the other was the five Griffins, Peggy v0\';,
Council Meeting at
levy could' be cut to seven control. Mrs. Florence and Mrs. Edward highest! award ever given by
and a daughter. special guests were Mrs. Thursday afternoon. ; parents. Mr. Danny and Doris Lutit
Inlet on, Sept. 27 at 10 a. m. rand .
mills which would raise ao- I !
: Airport AgreementAn well the Extension! Blongasbule/! and in N. \Id Nelson president of Jimmy will then! be stationedat V. Coi'coran.Congratulations Lions International comparable our three Miller' .,
proximately $11.170. Thomas agreement" was reached as Homemakers as Wednes! Hampshire. Mr. Coutu's sis Keystone Woman's Club, Fort Gordon, Ga. I to Freda to one received by seem well pleased with the

IRld. and approved by the Council Tour. ter. Mrs. Louise Wonible Mrs. Owen B. Baker. Al Slmlons of Gainesville Wyman. May: Henderson. Albert S<,hweIt7.er. Daytona new surroundings, the facu':
day.! Oct.. 5th to the Deaf and
His motion that the 19367 between O. W. Vnn Valin and i who spends her winters Inher Club sponsor for the celebrated his! 76th birthday Vesta Aiken. and Keystone Beach is especially\ proud of and new friends.

levy be set at seven mills Homer Satterfleld wherebythe i Blind FELLOWSHIP School In CLl'H St. Augustine Lake Geneva Mobil. Club. The meeting was \\ on August 29 as the guest of I Country Golf Pro Lea Steph- Lion Conklin because he was Till next week's orbit "-,.

was unanimously: approved. latter would be permitted'1]' Twenty-seven members and Home. attended by the honor at a dinner party at enson who played in the the first District Governor of member when capsules n''I'fo

CityAttorney- Berwick Anderson to use the AIrport hangar, and Guests of Mrs. Scotts for membership, and nine the homo of Mr. and Mrs Ladies' Pro Am Tournamentat Florida serving'! two years supposed to go Inside.,

advised the council certain other facilities upon one !guest.! Mrs William Walz the past few weeks were, herM pective members were Bill Slmeral on Lake Brook- Palatka las a tenml on when Florida, had only one man???

that any action on the :xnrbafje payment of $20 on the lec-I enloved a picnic covered dish! >n and grandson.:! Jack Crlly sent lyn. Other guests at the party Monday afternoon, and won District. rNow there are 71.]

collection fee would be I trlc bill. $10 on the telephone luncheon: at. Oold Head Park. : and little Bruce from Toronto ALTAR. i SOCIETY TO : were Mr. and !Mrs. Domini:: first place! Their prize was Ho was also the organizer/: of

only an expression of the bill and $20 per month to! ('11 Sept. 8. Under the pro- Canada; her sister and st. William's Altar Persino of Interlachen and $21 worth of merchandisefor the Florida Foundation for ] IH MV1MKNOTICM .

council's sentiment until such Van Valin. the lease( holder. rrnm chairmanship of Mrs. husband! the Vincent Holmes will) meet on Monday their two sons from Cleveland -, each member' of the teim. the Blind, and the Florida THAT I. Civile MlCltKIIV:fLiin.i, t ,;,1\\ ,

tune as an ordinance couldbe This agreement will bi In Fthel \Ve 'man and Mrs. Axel (torn Detroit Mich.: and another ing, Sept. 19, at 10 Ohio. A very worth-while prize. Council for the Blind. The. will 'rnllVli. I 'd. in rlli. i ?
drawn and adopted. effect until the of: :Malmgren' a most Interesting\ will Boosters and the PTA affair nlarht ('Iui.I' || rif' RrilillV'rd,, i i I'miiin." jiilii j-
expiration sister Mrs. Margarate! Place of the meeting; Labor day weekend guests The on Saturday was ,. .
lt t IIK : : ,
; r :0.\1.
Tuesday night. Sept. 20. at Van Valin's lease' on Feb. 9. I I nrogram was pl'l'sl'nted.frs.1! I II Norris from Los Angeles.! announced Sunday of the Simerals were Mrs wish to thank all those who the culmination of 20 yearsof .'r"of. A.i.l iss.! nr i i irh 1 Hi.ftMIMfl ,,.

7-30 o'clock was set as the l4fl7 after. which time a new Dorothy Sherman sal Mrs The Community Church at Mass.: All ladles of Frances Zabllnskl and two attended their Fish Fry on dedication by Lion Conk-; l>f ilIlKH) |In...H< M'l, ,",

time for the council to meet lease! or other arrangementwill I :Mitta Loebeck presented Inappropriate Bazaar will benefit from the parish, do come and meet children, Mrs. Fay Tanner Sept. 2. and helper! to makeIt l ln! to the needs of the Blind niiiiiriHhlnihlHki..\. ,unit, t p,
costumes, readIngs tnir mnnnHliliii> HIIU\ .
with Anderson and draw up be made with Satterfleld ,. :articles members of Mrs of the other ladies who and son' and Miss Doris a financial success in Florida. fur clemency to ulli tli" "<|".
the proposed ordinance specifying on operation of the airport. Charles King was Scott's Ceramics Class are working so hard to Breslln, all of Jacksonville.Mr. Donald and Inca Lawrence Miss Romesa Dodd daughter Hoard. of Pardiinf. T.IIIMI,I, ,, ,, .

<: actual fees. methods of I. Airport Chairman }TuntleyRedfearn I ted on the recent honors he making.Mr. ; things running smoothly I and Mrs. Bill Simeral have returned from a vacation of Mr. and Mrs.; Fred Florida. at tin n.i L.meotlnir.
received from the New American
collection and other details Herman Roe- the church. trip to Pennsylvaniawhere Dodd. has completed the requIrements /
J reported that the Legion Post. President and Mrs! were in Jacksonville Saturday CI-YUK: ('f""ISM j I.1 i iApplh I.
Tax Collector Catherin"McGlave I airport fund now has! a bal- hI entertained the two past- PTA TONIGHT I where they were dinner Inca; vIsited, her father.Herb for a bachelor of ( .11",) i il
said that $1.25 a ll' unce of around $8.000 and Hanson was to display his ors of the University Luther- Parents of children at guests: !! of Mrs. Marian Wyatt. Dates, her brother. Cnl- arts degree,:; In Practical Christian ", 'I l :iti> t I is

month or $15 a ;year. for tar-;,1' susiested that it be invested! I hobby of "Bugs" and flutterfly en Church in Gainesville fora Keystone school should Kenneth James Kromer. yin Gates!! and her ma.Tied !; TrainIng at Bob Jones

bage collection would tvoik
a hardship on !some reti.-ed': ': (! Interest. I wind and a threatened rain. Fredrick\ and Mrs. Castor and first PTA meeting of the Bob Kromer, was baptized Mrs. Ben dates all of

couples on fixed Incomes. i In other action the Council together with some local bugs Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ban- tonight at the Sunday afternoon, Sept. 11 at Sprlngboro. Pa. In Bessemer' GLASS That' Our Business I

Pier ProtestedA : annoying the picnlcers.\ hI'WR.q eerier and Dr. and Mrs. Hes- starting at 8 o'clock. St; William's Church wIth/ Pa.. they visited Mr. and 1\11'11.1 I

petition 1 bearing the slit- Hecelved I asked to arrange for a tin and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jessee! p. Tynes will be Father Edward Kirby performing Alton Head. Mrs!! Head IsI I
natures of 14 resident-' : of a proposed zon- showing next month. Oam" Donald's aunt. In Pittsburgh. !' "If It's Glass We Have It"
of the evening1.
Jocund all of er the God
;i ma! map of the City from Gay Day will be held at the St.Annl"s .
Peach Street and vicinity wa.; I'-inifstoi of the Zoning Parish Evelyn Ownbev. mother NEW B\BV parent.'f'I'e!! Mr. and Mrs. they visited Donald's aunt ;, CALL WRITE or VIS/I
presented! to the Council pro- Committee I on Sept of Hector and [BudT., W Mr. and Mrs. Hubert William Daugherty! of Norfolk And uncle Mr. and Mrs. Paul FOR ANY GLASS NEED
testing the construction of a :22!: at 2 o'clock\ Mrs! Sherman
C. Ownbey underwent stircery hant are the proud Va. Mrs. Daugherty Is Walrath. |
Adopter! a charter amendment and Mrs Loebeck will
dock on private property. pie'it last week at st. Anthony of a new son. Stuart Lamaoorn a first cousin of Mrs. Kromer. Prom Viet Nam comes, We Design Modern Store Fronts
presented bv Attoineyj!, a of fun.
which allegedly Interferes 17. at the news that Rodney Paul son i
August .
Hospital! in St. Petersburg.Mr. -whoi is the former Nancy -
with the of public I Anderson! specifying! that on 1I i PERSONALS: !; Just Mail Us A Pattern For
use -0
a easement -
and Mrs. Paul Ray and ford County Hospital. Sutton.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Paul ,
on Lake Geneva at the I future! street paving projects i I[ Guests at Villa Plumosa. ;Mrs. Georgia Newman of Au- is the !second son. and and Mrs. C..f Hillcrest is now a Sp'4' Table' TopsSHEA'S
the city would pay for themovlnR' and future Keystone residents Stanley
foot of Peach Street.
I fusta. Ga.. life long friendsof third child. Mr. Oliphant having recently been p1'Omo-
of water" mains and were Mr and MrsJames Htrshdach\ and Mr. and Mrs.
The petition states that: I the Hector Ownbey was iiniest a teacher at Keystone ted. Rodney is about halfway
Carl Hlrshbach I
and two
the water works sons.
would pay j M Knowles anriflauchter. :! !
the easement was cleared In at their home recently. School. This year the all from Ohio recently spent through his tour of duty :, GLASS CO.
for any pipe found necessary i !! Chrvss. from Joe's.Pond. ,
1959 bv a croup of citl7eas to be replaced j W Danville. Vermont. I :Mr and< Mrs. Charles Wal- phants are living in two weeks at the Gebhart there, and his parentsanda '
for the use of local residents.! ienlus accompanied Mr and Tohnson house that certain little gal we !k.iow'
-Refused to second Coun- ; :Mr Knowles! will be attending home In Hlllcrest. The HI1'1Ihbaehs '
Now. recent residents have 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FK2-13M
Mrs. John A. Ellason of Lake take[ Keystone. are relatives of the --are anxiously awaiting/: the
Installed a fence line on thi cllman! LaRue's! motion that; University of FlorIda. for Rosa on a trip to New Or- HERB 'N THERE day when he will be shipped !I
O. E Wi gln., be paid $300 by his dezree! In "Geography"T'ley
easement' deposited trashon eans!. and continue along the Mr. and Mrs. Leo .
I the City for a surplus are "house hunting" at .
the easement. Installed senerptor coast to Hot Arkansas. and Mrs. George Read all -. ,, ,- -- ocF- -
Springs. : .:.
.r-i-r' ----- : --
time .
stakes In the water Immediately -, that was received through I )present Philadelphia. Pa.. are .
Civil Defense channels and About 25 Lutheran worshippers -
adtacent to the ea.'II'-1 George and Eva Watson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe fey
ment. and, are now preparing later reclaimed bv Clay Cnun- \ attended the first Serv- \VI1I1am bur Va. arrived last family on Lake Brooklyn
ty because It was not maln-
to Install a permanent dock
I House under the of week tn spend\ their annual 10 days. Mrs Haley and !
tamed in operative pastorate
along the boundary line of sisters of Joe
con-dl-I September vacation in the Read are !!
!tion. I Vicar Plrhaid\ Meyer of Take
the easement. the petition Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
John Dye home on Lake Ge
Citv. This Is under I
plan consideration -
-Heard minutes read of =
abrief enjoying a three \-

said.The petitioners alleged that special meeting; held j families toward by the the several estab-1 neva.The: Ray Wlnans. nMsrh- are\acatlon in Keystone !{ Beauty Academy !,; WEAR Office Equipment

construction of the dock created Monday night for the purpose INhment of a Lutheran Lore of the Jack Haberstroh's at their new Peach II Air7I ;-t.;:: ;_.

"8 serious! safety hazardto of making Increases to Church in Keystone! Man of helped Jack ana:! Gladys celebrate residence. The Booher's POWELL'S

children and adults skiing the following Income Items the worshippers have been their forty-seventh cently purchased:! the Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office

from this easement." In the new budget. Cigarette \eddinff anniversary with a Gardner home on Peach Authorized Alrtemp Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable
imendin1 churches in Gainesville.
tax revenue increased by $1.- Steak Cook out the patio and plan to make It Heating & Air ConditioningSHEET EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAUthOrlZ4
Attorney Anderson said I on a Profeasloi In Your Address For Ladles
that title to lakes with unsur- 000: Roads & Bridge Fund. The members of First! Baptist last Saturday the 3rd. permanent home after : METAL Spare Time. Full or Part Time
Rweidental Commercial
veyed Increased $600: and Airport With much anticipation ol Booher has sold his DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY
bottoms such as Lake
Church accepted withreln'ets .
: Administration Increased $140 most and colorful and disposed -IndustrialSaleInataliatlonSeinrlce DAY & EVENING.. CLASSESLow alerClaryVlctol'Totalla
Oeneva. Is vested In the In. the resignation of a unusual practice WEARACCESSORIES
ternal Improvement Com Pastor Bowen. who accepteiM celebration the Wil'.lanPlnons : property In their !! Tuition Terms

mission. and that he. Iron 1 A CluHHiflml Ail In the TFI.E- call to Hawthorne Baptist left for Leroy Kansas! home town of New Castle.! 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 215 N.W. 10th Ave. ,I Adding Machines CalcuktM\

pest. experience, had beer I on.\I>u bring reNiiHs. Church effective Oct. 1st. On Sept 23. five couples will Their daughter. Mrs. t.'I Gainesville 372-0714 ()"InI37"27IUI, / /, SALESSERVICE- RENTAL!
unable Plastic celebrate) their 50th wedding Morgan who lives on 7 W University Gainesville
to obtain help frorr Notebook 93.50 at the Mr and Mrs. Pat Loudenare
this office In the regulation l I II| TELEGRAPH. returning from a two nnniversaries at the Homecoming view Drive, will be their I CHAIN SAWS SAVE TIME Discus you?

'! Celebration at Pinon neighbor': when they settle AUTO SALES&SERVICE MOBILE HOMES requirements with us! first

Park. The Association has Keystone Heights and
: with her !I A. & J. Saw 529/ N Main St. Galnesvlli:
___ purchased a black will entov' being
.. q? '! .. steer! which will be their three grandchildren.Ed I I JEEP MUSTANG Phone 376-5351
& Mower Co.
tkt i t' ,'upd. Each year this! Is a\1""I Cussler of ( |, Family of 4 Wheel Drive Mobile Homes Inc.

union of old friends Del. was the dinner guest Joe Anderson, Mgr. ,
Portable electric? eioth I RAMBLER:
or PAINT & GLASSLiddell
] coming from Florida. California !Mr and Mrs. Bill Few j I Gainesville' Discount' Mobile
Homelite Chain Saw.SALES
(, and New Jersey.! Mayor family one evening last America's Finest Economy Car I Home Sales, Lot.
in with Smith-Corona L5 "
& ,
_ fl1st/s one a Ivan Jones and Mrs Jones Mr. Cussler was! In the SALES AND: SERVICE & SERVICE Volume purchases for our entire Paint &

will be one of the couples on duPont business.Mr. i Repairs & Parts All Makes chain
the that Yon guarantees savingsof
portable their 501h.< Pinon Motor Co. Glass Co.
celebrating and! Mrs. Dwavne Ridgway GRAVELY: TRACTOR' many hundreds of dollarson

Park was named In honor of Mon and sons, Malcolm SALES ,& SERVICE the quality home of your
the only son of Bill Ani Darrell, are new resident I' 1133 S. Main choice. KYANIZE'' PAINTSGUttHMirroraSUding
Helen. William K Pinon. who the Denmark Cottage 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville ,
4820 N.13th St. 441 North
: ,
1 Phone .172-358
i il Gainesville 312-8433
was killed In the ;1 East Lakevlew: DrIve. com ; Gainesville. 378-1.146 P0.
l in World War II. He was in to Keystone from :|I Just. Off Waldo Road Tub Enclosures-ShowPr: !

- I J' I I a i-ii -. --- v .j'J I the SiM'ol" Corps I IMrs Fa.! Mr Johnston! I Is I B & G Motors Co.CADII.LACOLD'4MORILE. I CONCRETE.: PRODUCTS- MotorcyclesScooterStreit's: "*, -\VindowswningC'aris't'Walip.cperSt4.rfrflt.

- r1' # Kenneth LUsrtt; I An-1 rd 1 by the government
m i and Mrs! Ralph Gilffin'of the two boys attend
: Sunrise Trailer Park: are!
school School.
at Keystone | Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE 116 N.W. Sixteenth fit
i i touring Ohio. Pennsylvania' :Mr and :Mrs. Tom I Taken On Cadillac Trades THE BEST EROMEdward's MOTORCYCLES GAINESVILLE 372-8191
I And Michigan. The real purpose have moved! from Sliver I I CiMlunan &: Vecpa. Scooter

,I was for Mrs. Liggett to to Swan Lake. where 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Building DucatIBSAZunda"pMotorcyclesSales

attend a family Patterson Re- bought i home. Oinny PHONE 376-7515 I Supply Inc. & Service

union In Pa.. Mrs Llxaettsfmmer !! !she I., happy to be in a larhouse I SCHWINN BICYCLES SIGNSWILLIAMS

home. A visit will be after all of that I Ill S. l\laln-31Z.48H Locksmith & Safe Work

I made to Mrs! LI ltett's daughter living: 1 Pinna Performance 818 W. University Ave Neon Inc."Sf.n

Mr Rlehl In Detroit. Mr. and! M''..... F.. T SAAB OATNKSVILLE FLA (3alnesvllie. 3'611tOTORCYCrES Sign, .
I Mich
i pnd family are! about With wmtlamJO'
: Mr and Mr. James Cool' to move Into their fine F.UCTJUC'IOTOn: rp
I Itre entertaining guests! Nom home on Paradise Point PLASTIC--NKON SIGNS

I Elmhur: Ill. Mrs Cook's Lake Geneva. I CLEAN>! USED CARS ELECTRIC TITECYCLE SaiesServ1ceMainteiiute4ErectlonsAltemationl
".ister and husband the Louis
I Prof. A. B. Hot-stall! of Motor Repair Co.Of SHOP
Morine ion S. Main GajfiMVtlle *"
"Tour O r
Designs! or '
I lena. Mass I is spending' a
Reand Mrs!! Russell' Ortrfn. _vin, ", 1 n". NORTON BUTTACO
I In his Keystone } \ rhone 378.213"j
Youn former pastor! of, home before returning I RepairingRewinding" DUCATI BRIDGESTONSMOTORCYCLES 372O Gataemrllle N.E. 20th Way
Community Church
now Massachusetts!! where he I Is! j New and Used .14oM"
I pastor of the Hileah Piesbvterlan Dey.

o r 0 Ii e L house guests Chuich.of MiamI.the James were' teacher Worcester in a Mass.lunlor He college Is I:I Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED Complete Service A Part. '

lion of the late Mrs. Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New Sc Used machine In stock
('ooks.VhllE' here they visited TILES & PAINT

: C-. by SMITH-CORONA J several former friends Horsfall of Keystone from 'I''I'Corre..pondl'nce TRUCK OMC CEI'rERPONTIAC Phone 3T2-8318 Easy Financing Available Term '

v -= The Coronet gives you alt the speed, eise and Harder itlectric f '. and were dine:! bv the Q"ori old: friend of grammar FLINTKOTE TIUB

& typ inz...at onJy a littia jowe than tba cost ol M ? ColIn and the Col. DavId days, Mrs. Betty '\ j FARM: EQUIPMENT S31 N.W. 8th Ave. ,
A- t
Vinyl '
Nelsons -Vinyl l
220:: N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-MAO
Indicates '
that she Is |
ordiiaryportabIo. eese $# t
'. e. Guests of Mr and) Mrs R. cuing coming back to her j 372-2583:\ Santa Fe Tractor Floor Finishing Products
_:: ft Gaunt were their son town of 'iI :MOVERS:

-- "" Rii(-bar'I and fimllv. '.*if". I Heights to live She Is CRANELINCOLNMERCI'BY Inc. DL'RAUTE PAINT-

ts\ FULL 88 CHARACTER:: KEYBOARD the same I daughter Michelle and son rently employed in the c | Long. Distance Moving GYM: FINISH

'f -- as on office electrics plus full-length, up-front tabulation. -, Greg. Another daughter a Kennedy area but has Authorized Sales & Service FORD Local DraYRi'eStorai'e '

.". I.= Set, clear, tabulate from the keyboard.. I recent bride spent some time yen to make that !! '' | 506 E. University Gainesville\ Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord PlW'ldngCrattni': ( Tenner Tile & Pain
with them while her
husband '
5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS -TZXARN I journey. We are sure that Phone 372-4291 Industrial Machinery Shipping

J \. at your fingertip command: spaces, dots, ds'th.i.X' and was on National Guard duty of her old friends would Crane's 2222 N.W 6th St.
underlines. Type faster electncaJJ Mrs Lynn Pelllcer happy to have her ImportsVolvo LANDROVKR: 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALL
TO TOUCn-TYPB Capt. James W Phillips and among them. (M rcede..-Benz) BALKS PARTS SERVICE HILL'S Gainesville 378-13O2
,IN ONLY TEN DAYS PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR let the touch Mrs. Phillips and son Jim- Another college student I FIAT-HILLMAN MOVING

Oct 5 LP records and instruo that pleases you! and electricity: does the wodc; "prim mle of Jacksonville Mrs. D forgot to mention was! 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainecvlll & Storage Inc. '
.don in handsome perfect" every time! 2201 N. Main Gainesville ,
pages a case: Aams. and William A. Martin : Kelly: TH A. JM who attends TRAVEL
lot only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE -Page Gage5M Copy-SetT wife. were recent :quest: St Johns River Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2543 3510 N.E.: Waldo R
chase this handsome, new Adjustment Forward-Glide top deck, Quick Set 4 Mar- I of the I. amon Wards! They! College. Butch is the son Gainesville 372-4271

I;' Smith-Corona portable! &ins, and a deluxe Trimlino carrying case. ate brothers and sister of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. I. AUTO SALVAGE HARDEN; SUPPLIES House of Travel,
Mrs Ward Mrs Marie
I Wisdom I uioprletors! of the INC.
KEEP W I FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL! LIVING of Jacksonville also> spent Dasher Hewever1' Johnson & Paris, Inc.

1 vacation with their old|I stand that the Dairy .. Paul's Auto LIPHAM MUSICCo. AIRLINTO3!
friends ,,I will be Salvage Line of STEAMSHIP!
Only $ j closed for some Complete Inc.
$159-36.. Tax Dr. Craig Hartley fP'an.J'IOn'of now, as Mr Kelly expects I We Buy Wrecked Cars At 8EEDS-PLANTS- R.1t

Mrs Nell Grayson spent a be hospitalized! for surgery.; i TOP PRICESAU laiwctlclde*-Pet SIlPP'INFERTRIZEKS VAL LIFHAM Hotel! Car Rental-
vacation with hilt grandmother -I Miss! Peggy Hewitt,

and aunt. Mrs. Dorothy !ter of Mr. and Mr !Make A Model PIANO! OROANS-DRfM' Weekdays 8:30: to 1:00:

Sherman. prior to his taking; 'Hewitt leaves on Saturday Vied Fart 'We Rent pertlHsjer Spreader' Guitar and Amplifier

up residence In GaInesville.'rhe enter her sophomore year Teletype Service-We Will 234 N.W. 8th Av*. SHEET MUSIC Sat. S te 1%.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Hartley family enjoyedthe the University of Find Any Part For You.

lake sports as they have In Knoxville Gainesville 37S-4512 PHONE 372-0471 Galneavllle Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave.

beee! traveling considerablyn Mr and :\11"1. Kyle ? 441 N. Past Stock Yard Gaines vllle.] Fl" *. 372-5333 Gainesville 3781601Tlltm

< Hit I.ft year! 1n accompanied: their d _
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SEPT. 15. 19" BRADFORD cotrmr TF..O.,\..... STARRFL. n-onm.\ .r .. TMOF FrFTFF.Nh

: h I......................:' Martin Harris In :Mlddleburg I in-law and daughter Mr. t i Mr and Mrs Andrew Rho- "\I1'11'141.0101,,. 1 I I I'I'I,. I I 1
( Sunday afternoon. 1 ;Mis. James, McRae and b.v. den of Spruce Pines. Ala. MTII: > M1 vri: i 1.1> -'1":11"1': u ,
D \ I I I "I '
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I I col 1'11'i: MIi.ii.) ,I..t,ti, i, 1.t i
. e CLAY HILL Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad-I of Jacksonville and Mr. v ( re recent gue&t of Mrs J )"I.I"a., ; .1 I.1, i l.-i.iulll lo\.wn,, | ?,.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY' I I cetl visited I Mrs. Alma Harris Mrs. A. R. McRae were L Johns and the O. E. Croats I'nllf. ., SlulH"' ,.i, tune" i |I. Plastic Notebook( $3.50 I at the
.... By Mr.. Howard Padgett Mrs. Vlrxlnla Kent and :Mrs I lung Mr and Mrs T ( : I'llllliU.'f.' MI ....1111 tin''nnk nnilAuilrrv ,
Baptist 1 I Lora Andrews in Jacksonville/ Norman and Mr. and Mrs U Vmik. hi. "' iii. TKLKGRAPII.:
2894133MosliVVNorni.iM :
Phone We that
report .
un" Miirv to
((come A. 'Hi.I'hlii-nt.' .It and l lim
Rev J D. I
1 Pltewt Baptist, Reno Recreation News<; I tion 1 I.................. Friday A. Crosby Sunday af tei mMr Kirby Crews and Warren ) ,Mif. uHIM,''' .rg. Isle ulfIt .
Bowen pastor; Ralph Cop- The Reno Recreation Dept CllfltCII NEWS I and Mrs Earl Rober-( Bloodworth 'are still patients! *"ft tnlinilH. Toilet Nt, 1,1. :.Ju.
land organists will begin its Fall program'! '' Pleasant Orove Methodist ........... ......... 'on of Yulee were weekend CI v-.)I. .VOTICK,. ; OJT BALI:: -
I' In Bradford County Hospital .Vntli. IN h'r..hv lII'v.'n f ) thut I Get Your Bugs
- Worship services : Sunday Sept. 26. Registration! will Church Rev. H.. P. Hudson, I I The Clay Hill Baptist guests of her parents Mr We wish for both a rapid recovery I Durxiiunt' t.. u Plmil I lnimf
11 a. m., 7:30: ( p. zn. [nursery begin Sl'pt.19-24. The Fall I pastor will celebrate their Church was the setting for and Mrs. Warren Cadle. Kill'I.I'Isun,,, 111"1",'d 'III \IIUIIHI\ On The G-O-!
7'30 will consist. of following annual Sunday. of Bayless Hiway I Lee Flakes '0, I HOI t..\' the, IIIDM,I I'lllllll' ll,I
'. open], Wednesday : p. m program Rally Day the beautiful wedding Mr. and Mrs. Call
I Miss Joan Dyul. diiUhterof ( .lire! In ihiiiiv.M- -m'I ifiI'liiiHc "
1 Sunday School' 9:43: a. m : Monday 4::30-6::30. SE'I>t. 18. We are asking all Sharon Lt-nctte Moaley and son of Jacksonville, and! Mr. and Mrs Jerry 1>YRI. tin. until" 'rstgn.'d( t'lilt'it"
nursery open)J. Training> UTV Registration and organization : members to please do your daughter. of Mr. ani Mrs. I Otis Crawford of PnUtka StlLll'M" MIll she,) HI tillV" 01,* III"ilnl
r By !\In. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 was bitten by a dim: Saturday ,
b Ion 6:30: p. m. [nursery open] of Flan football and tonni best and:J report to your captain Richard Mo&ley of Highland.to were limiting Mr and Mrs. C .).. > initlinrla. ) 'ilipuiliM' well j jllruilriiril 10RIDA
She Is doing file.We )II III plop.II| I I: v"In" II f |Inn __
' Tuesday( 4:30-8-30.: : fundamentals > on time. At 6:30: the John Norman I son of Mr. C Crosby and Mrs. R. B .." .CiiinlPi" ..i' I Id I ill-'\
; -Catholic and rules of they! I Church of God and Unity oi and Mrs L Norman, also of I I Crosby Friday. regret that Mr. and 1 "'..rll.,0',, i I..Hi, Nn"'t': i 'n. i ,I'M.Itlfii I.. 1 EST
3t. Williams-Fr. Edward A. Wednesday Starke und Waldo memberswill night. A veioiKl; 1 crowd attend-'I'' Mrs Alex Lehoczky and I 'I U KIIIII-. ill. ;"SMITIII;
!same. Hishlnnd. on Friday I Rev and Mrs. I ive :Mdeli :
'c Kirby priest in charge. Mrs.E. ed: church Sunday morning: I daughters are moving! to \\oestI"lol'lda i Irhlr:ITS.i\ i 'nit, i'1s"'t.,01 l
'. ral Flag football Intrnnm-\\ be present and close out Sept.: 9 at 8 o'clock. Rev as and daughters! were visiting Inir t tn glut) i tt".r r".r",1" ,! 'inI'llll CONTROL:
organl nnd In Invited this week where Mr. .
A. Lamm Everyone -
tween teams : : the rally. George ChUsm of Moniac. On. evening relatives In Perry Sat Hunk 2. I I'mi- nit, of tin I
'I' Sunday-Mass, 7:30: a. m. Thursday! 4:30. Recreational Captains follows double ring to attend the services'< I' I.ehoczky Is teaching. They Illllllll', ,n.i.liH, III 111" sill 'I, 'I. ,
: : ) five as : ptrformed the
urday. I IMI' .'. ,, ,. a iCHEMMMCft
Class, 7 will be missed In .lInl v. ri.irliln) .it iHinh.utiti
Monday Inquiry Sunday School( ) 10 11. m : I our community -
Free Play. Friday night Captain No. 1 Mrs Glory .
ceremony. I 1 and :Mis 0 E Crasbv: "r> ,111 'tin. liiKh". rl t lute,, L'1"
'II). m. Novena<; and Benediction.: 4:30-6:30.: : Pins Pong. Horseshoe MackNo 2, Mr. Isaac Cum- The altAr was decorated Pirnchln : 11 1m : TrainliiK 1 1i II and we wish tnem khhls11111, )' < .IMtl, I I.. I n'1 tin:I)
_ 7:30: p. m. cards. basketball: mugs: No. 3 Mrs. JuruthiDeSue. vlth baskets of white nvims Union.\ fi 30 p. m.: Pieachlnu.,1 and Mrs. D. L Johns were In [nod\ !luck In their new locn- hum's",, uf I ll I mi, in.. 1 K in' 964.3965
i Jacksonville SaturdayWe ,111119. ) IHk" I'r)li.>, l k III/o I I I.
7:30 Midweek Provtr I I I |p ''n) i iIn
checkers Friday 8 to 10 m. I Miss Lillian background : p III. I ,
_InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity p. No.4. and gladioli against! a thatC t.tJll.Ml's "I- 1 IX, I'llII' \ .01 i| III, fi..nl, il I... "I" For Professional Pest
Service Wed night 7:30:: pIn 1 are sorry! to hear J. L Johns. WAIl visit- ,
Church Dr activity night Saturday Gumming for the Youth. of palms and lighted I lit the Hiiiilfniil, ,' I'ltiintv "Iron C.
A. C. Holt, minister: Mrs nl-ht 8 to 11 Teen Time. Clarence! De.sue. chairman: tapers" In branched candelabra The \uii.stor. Kev Medvirns.: E. Ellis i Is on the sick lifcttill. InK Mis Fronie Moody Sunday \ hiiiixf., Stark. !.'!1"1, hln .J.,1.( Inspections & Estimate
will be 't.ichin\ :; the book olPhllllpiniix week We wish him a afternoon They visited AilKUHt li'l' I'll' ,'. satin i: M i
George Cunova or'1I'8011l..tsunday Anv parent interested In Mrs.tal'lnn! Tyson Co- cast a soft glow over '' Killn-. Nr, I tilri1 1'1.\' Itltd ..-- Control Free
Come ,on out anc5 !rapid recoveryMr Mrs Herbert ParrLsh In
School 9:30: a. m coachln! a !game of Flail chairman. the !setting. The arch of the King Mul'll.) iMHlil.t,, of l Morning Worship 11 &. m tootball or any game Is ask- The -Jiibllc is Invited to attend church was decorated In carnations hear a man of God. I! : and Mrs O. E Crosby Memorial Hospital in Lake 1 1tHnitiMlittllni.iii' I ;; AH
Bud A'vniM' \ was attending I and Rev and Mrs: Dave Me- Butler.
IJTumeinr open both hours]. ed to contact Johnny Jack : Be present to witness and fern.Mrs .. I
to business In Orlando' a few delras were dinner lcupstof
ron at the Recreation Center this /grand affair. Norma; Bonnie Padgett oiMaxvllle.
Presbvterian Jean Desue reporter. pianist rendered a days last.' week I I Mr and Mrs' Albert Norman.
Parents are always welcome ,
Faith Presbyterian ChurchRev. to visit the center The Church of God in program of nuptial music. I Mrs Allen Hall and sons In Gainesville on Sunday. I::1 -

J. R. Neale Ji minister Their cooperation! Is needed Christ observed Annual Wom Alvin Padffett. cousin ofl "",:

: Mri. W. A. Wallace, organist 1 lo help plan a safe program(; en's Day Program. Sunday the (groom served as bes
: Mrs. Carl Swisher for the teenaeers. Sept 11. at 3 p. m nun and the ushers! were
organist. Missionary N. Bryant of Wayne Harris and Tommy Serving Florida
Sunday School 9.-U. .. m the Church of Ood In Christ! OasklnsMaid [ Since 1950

" .Morning Warship, 11 a, m I Evening In cla&ses Consumer are Education. belnnoffered /- Temple of O.ilnesvllle. was i of honor was Mrs C s. NOT I c: E gBllE
I g.
Eunday. [Nursery open both Food Clothing Health the speaker She spoke on Edith Padnett who' wall dressed .
the topic. "A Progressive In light blue floor
bouraJEpl a I
1 Business Education, an-l Woman"Group length uo-.vn! with matching .. -- ..............

1t .xonal English. The centers are:; I 1. with Sis. Theresa accessories She carried r.1

i St. Anne's Rev. <'V. W TISO Building. Starke: RJE. L West seating' as captain \bouquet of white carnations' : Luclle I CordiallyWelcomes
Hampton. Elementary Pleas- I We in the of installing central
Wca-stali. vicar; R. G. Cope- I| reported $505 Group II. with Given In marriage by her' GodwinRepresentative [III dl are process new
: ant Grove. Lake and -
Uffid orgunlst. Lawtey. I Sis' Clara Bell Highland father. the bride looked lovely I' office equipment in Starke.

. Morning Prayer and Ser I serving as captain reported : In a white floor length;
mon. 2nd /and 4th Sundays The evening for classes at' $420.53. Grand total for this gown of organza The sq'lare''I Ph. 964-5321 You and Your

9:30: a. m. Inursn-y open If i I Pleasant Grove are Monday day was $92553.Chairmen scalloped neckline and hem'I 113 E. 'all St. Family to Your
I Eucharist and end:! Wednesday of each : Sis C. B. Hltti- trimmed with sequins Starke
f Holy sermon were New IIomMrs. THIS WILL NECESSITATE
1st and 3rd Sundays' 9:30: A I week All Interested personsare land and SU. T. L. West. We and pearls, and the bouffant
I asked to contact Mrs would like to take this opportunity into chapel!
M. (nursery 'IX'nJ.] Churrf.eohool. skirt swept a CHANGING MOST TELEPHONE NUMBERSIN
9:30: A. M. "Huy Eucharist I Hopkins or Mr Gibson at to express our sin- train and featured' a fuV The State of FloridaIt
, 8 a. m. each Sunday. 1 the USO building or RJEi I cere appreciation; to each and overskirt of lace. Her veil of STARKE

Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M I i 1 High School. ', tveiyone who helped In mak- Illusion was attached to s Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and

!1.-' each Sunday. EYC 65: P. M Notice"" All ladles Interesti iiu'! this program a success.! crown of seed pearls and she To Acquaint You With Your City. ABOUT APRIL 1, 1967
., each Sunday. ,i In having a sewing claw: In I :May God forever bless! you- I carried a bouquet of white
Doily offices! of Morning Pleasant Grove please! contact -I Elder(! D. R Williams. Pator carnation: centered with a,
Elizabeth! O Walker at If you are new in the area, a phone
and Evening Prayer 8:00: A ,( :Mt Mortah Mt.thodlstChul'rh. white orchid.A I
' M. and 5:00: P. M. RJE fIlth School or call 364-: Rev. H P. Hu.Json'I reception was held at the call will brine you a prompt visit Please take this possible change into consideration *
7142 at home for Informai I pastor Church School will b" church following! the tere-

I hPld at 10 with Miss Fraukic( I II mony. from your local hosten Please give when placing orders for printed

Lee Jackson and Miss Carolyn The bride's table was covered ,, and other
I Tavlor in charge, super- with white linen and i her a call! She has maps and many stationary supplies.

vised bv Supt Rev. Mrs. Es- was centered by a three tiered -,
- 301 i DRIVE-IN free and wonderful gifts for
sie Holland. All parents are wedding cake topped with I you

asked to send their children i miniature bride and groom: from local businesses. New Number AssignmentsWill
to church School. lI1'SIYI.tce: Sounders!! cut'
MYF meeting will be held the brlda's cake and Patti I'
Be Available About 1 1967
OPE7:00RIIOW: : TIME 7:15: I January ,
at 5 p. m. with Miss Carolyn Jones, Carol Jean Harris and
ADMISSION: : Adults 75c. Students 60c Taylor: and Miss Frankie Katherine Bolten presided at : I

Children Under 12 Free ,, Jackson !In charge. All young' 1 the punch bowl. Mrs. Wayne: Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP

I people are Invited to attend. Harris kept the bride's book I

Friday, Saturday. Sunday-Sept. 16 17, 18 \ Frankie Lee Jackson, I'e- Following the reception the! INDEPENDENT

; i I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM: porter. couple left on a short wedging HOMES
RECORD HOP trip down sta te. The
Come One! Come All! will i I'esl"le In Highland.Mr : .

U n There will hi' a :Big Record Norman is employee Custom Built
MAPTV STEVB Hop at Alma's Recreation at DuPont In Starke and FLORIDA

>uril ALLlNandRQSS Friday: night. Sept. 16. at 8 !Mrs Norman Is employed at

.t, p m. A donation will be ask PrudentHl Insurance Co. In Your Plans Or Ours .

' I e;" at the doorBethlehem Jacksonville, i
J Free Will Baptist PERSONALSMr. Your Lot Or Ours

A. Mr- and Mrs William Parish
f I \ Church Rev 1* ,
and Sunday:
Kay pastor. Sunday: School I family were
945. Morning service at 11 I dinner !guests of Mrs HIBP! : ALTERATIONS3BEDROOM

- : Message will be delivered by Raulersoi and daughter in

JUHKICOWQW' Rev. McKay.. Y C. League at I Jacksonville.Miss HOMES
uust 4pm. Evening service 6 p. Alice Crews of Jacksonville t

m After\ evening service the attended the Mo-tl v- I

Plus -- Southland Gospel singers! or\\ Norman wed 21ng on Friday FOR SALE NOW

Alachua will render aInl night and was over-night .r1. l
In* program Come. One1 ; 'truest, of Mr\ and Mrs William Small Down PaymentIN ors/ WOULD

r- .jnsjpH...... E iniNESTEVE 1r Now a niJml Come All! Ol'eatpAllen\ ) P.irrlshMr .
,) ...nnnn Chapel AME Church will I 1 and Mrs. Clarence PINEBRERZE SUBDIVISION AND
": MCQUEEN l a liyiJiiU.: lender service Friday night Mo.slev and! family!! of Jack- EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION V r4t
KARL MAIDEN at 8 p. m. All members! and I[ jpiivllle!( were dinner guests ofI OVCQLO&TVin V

friends! are' invited to attend.I I Mr. and !Mrs\ !, Henry Mosleyon
Greater, Allen Chapel AME Sunday.:

ARTHUR KENNEDYBoaSUZANNEPLESHETTE =x Church. Rev L. A.. Sampson I Mr. and Mrs! Homer Smith BUFORD MITCHELL W'" t 'i'ix r
end daughter Shirley fund
Sunday School. 10 t tr
pastor a. I t
9MIIN'rrwlra' I in. with Mrs. Fannie Bell De- her children, and Mrs! Ida Office Phone 069-3281 P. O. Box 238 / t f=
Padnett and: daughter! of( 110 S. Thompson St. Starke. Fla. \
: le tre In charge Class! No. :2! -
will! Alvin Tampa attended t the Motley- ,
| be taught bv Master 1 1a

10". Green. Parents are asked Norman wedding:overnight Friday We Are Chamber of Commerce Member! Are

anlp. .0 sasa ;iI'\' ,, to send children to Sunday night and were Rich- You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
of Mrs.
1 WMMIINI. 'eon/" "" / i School Morning service at 11

.. a. m. The choir Union will and: Mofcley. I II
r llll l I he held at Marclennv Allen Mrs! Thelma Wllllamnor

i Chapel AMK Church. Rev. L and Barbara of Green Cove

1 Lennon host p stor. Time Springs attended church
3pm. Evening service at 6 Sunday at Clay Hill Baptist 1
Church and spent/ the attor-\

Florida Theatre p Rev m. L. A Sampson ask. noon with her parents. Mr I /111

Mi'1 members\ to meet nt and Mrs Hardy Padaett
t<. I
We were also/ happy ;
'Bethlehem Free Will Bf\\.>tlstChurch I ,
have one of our mends. :Mia' iI
for service Friday
7:00- Sunday ;3:00 Charlotte Moody. In church
Showtime-Weekda\4 : rlirht at 8 o'clock I I
- Saturday 1:00: tl'NERAL NOTICE after moving: to Lakeland : dteii&1 0 0r 0s 0t
weeks Welcome
some ago.
]! Funeral l rites for John I

- IB.) 17 Wilson will be held SUlld>1S..pt \'. back.Mr. .r
.FRIDAY 18. at 2:30: from Mt and Mrs. Louie Carter. I r

Pl'gah AME Church with Mrs. Howard Paduett and
Mrs. Minnie Moore attended
rrM1M'I1, o*C. I.lMY11N17aFA'AGU6AFIAlF I Rev Killings officiating. the funeral of Mrs Lillian
' iC i I I wishes Slanders I In Mldrllebur last
The Lennon family !
l&' NPfltNC6 : i tn thank their many friend Wednesday 11101'1>In'l.I I 1 '

Of IWU\I'IESS' D for the flowers!! and acts of I Wayne Johns took Mr-, ?
..\. .... ....". .. .. ..' ... -f I I' kindness\ at the death of Irene Pac'uett to the bus station -
rMMSAIW 1;; their" mother Mrs :Mary Len- last Tueslav afternoon

1t I fon May God ever bless and I' to catch a bus to North Car

", I l-eep you all.--The chlHren olina. While on their way

SUN. MON.. TfKS.-SEIT. IS. 1 II.! :2(0 Rev Levy Lennon! Mrs Lela they were Involved In an HC- ..
i Suges. and George( Griffin. cident which left Wayne with:
:NOTICE a sore neck and a dimai'd::! ,

- The most rTIRFONDAN4NCISNATRA | Dell Chapter No. 168 OES t ar. I i 1 11
;; will hold Its regular meeting Friend of :Mrs Ett"tI: -

terrifying Thursday. night! at 8 o'clock ('hllelIll belorry/ to hem'
- # THE WILD DEER-A big boost to tho economy
in the Masonic Hall on that she was taken by am-
film ofoarthne' 'I F DOt b ) I.
; ANGELS Brownlec Street. All member bulance to St Vincent's Hospital The brewing industry each year contributes over a \Voil,I STO! n.i--hall! Scenic Westerns! Exotic! ,

I PANAVISION'tPATHECOiOftWKDNESDAY. are asked to please be pre- \ In Jacksonville last i 1.4 billion dollars in federal state and local excise 1..11" h., rig agent:: "hnw:4: Sp.. 1 tacular.s! Your favorite programs: come to
It pnt and time. Business of she ,
AMERICAN INrEHNATIONAI I I I Mtal Importance on have Tuesday! a speedy afternoon.recovery May I taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry 111. i l I.i.ili-), '' ,II,; tnhol. tinjuur" height of enji,>>'meut. Not two or three years hence

,.. ,a .I.etcnwuru St but iuu li>cU> '.
Pad- ?
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy account for almost 500 million dollars, and the "
Live( it with (lie :\f3 ic 3" radio,
up ;;
: 21. 22 ett and Mr. and Mrs Lloyd
.1 TIUWSn.VY-vSKIT. TIIF. KIP.IIT POINT for thei purchase of packaging materials from other in. .
'. WllklriHon: visited :Mrs Alma I Mrreo hi-ti. and (Color TV. Join the two- .,C )1 1I
i nay you urlta. Come in .unitwltMt claslries runs over 550 million. So next time you old\ set tu, Q-
t.: I Harris in Jivck.sonvlle.. last t tries i-i I t your favorite EMT: ":H- \\'t''ne'ldavWe enjoy a cool, refreshing brew after hard work or the ki .
:; BROOK fountain .pen. TKI.Kf.K : :-
; .\ 'U. I are sorry to learn that I play, remember-BEER is good la more ways See the maneluus[ svlwtiuni und tuTm's utyour dmlei's note _
( B. Carter entered St Vin than r J
\ I one >
fe5.vAOMMtUtM? ;' !] cent's Hospital< Sunday for ,
A C1a.H-.lMiN. Ad In the T..LE- I observation and treatment. t FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY
UU \PII lrlnjcrroulU.. .

Plastic :Notrl.m.k $"J7.I N \ 'l'fLfOH\PII: : [ him.Hardy Padnett and Herbert:l '

Pdtett vUited Mr. ana Mm. I

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PAGE SIXTEEN 1.500.00 For The Mitral, Your Ending September 30, 1UU7
Witness fees '& Jury fees I
M. A. Baldwin, preeldont.COS Attorney to< Board 25.00 254 I & 1750.00' 3.2 0.00 I Transfer to Sinking Fund: Debt Service 23000.00
coats fees
In 13 Counties N. Walnut St Starke. FlorI Mileage, per diem, County AtOO11l\ey 200.00 2 O.00( Other 1000.00 150.00( i Transfer to Sinking Fund Reserve Account 13265.00
County Jail
I In ( Maint. & Rep.
,, Dated. thle J.lrcl day of Au- Adm. Feed Clerk] Ctr. Court 700.00 1GO.00Otftce Fees 350.00 600.00( 'I Transfer general fund, of County 113000.00
Bunt A. D. ltd* at Mtarke! of Tax Assessor 19.1S00.00 19.500.00 Inquests Physicians
Bradford County, Florida. r. Retirement & Social Sec. 1,000.00( 149,265
of Childbirth Mortality Office of Tax Collector 19.1500.00 19.500.00 Total Appropriations
Reduction 8231 ensNowseg 9.000.00 9.000.00SaJary (
Coroners Inquest &: Fees 150.00 200.00( Salary of Sheriff Reserve for Contingencies 142.OO
& Asst.. 42.207,00
;! Of APPLICATIONFOR 1.600.00Salary Deputies
T.X 1 KRITf. ; > 34aint 8r Repairs: Courthouse' 1500.00 salaries 22,655.00: 22.615:5.00: ( Total Budget 149, .00Kxtlinute
other than
Of Broad New ProgramA fM. "' t.209.041 4.209.04( Expenses
Is Aim 14 IO. GIVEN to Janitor 3000.00 3.000.00 of Revenue and Receipts Bradford County
1IKKKBY Investigations
NOTICE III! Courthouse & Annex. U111. & Fuel 4.200.00 t.200.00(
'that Mr. T. J. Alderman. holderof Equipment: cars, radius etc. 6500.00 6.500.00 Sinking Fund1'or ,
for newborn ot i the following certltlrat.ehas Mairut. Repairs County Btlildings. 600.00 600.00 The Flsoal Year: Ending Sfptmilter> 30, IOU?
designed to I surgical care filed aald certificate for a 300.00(
program 300.00 96.162.00
new childbirth mortality; : low-Income families bon tax deed to be Issued thereon. Rent Admire Office (welfare) Total Appropriations 115.362,00 Estimate: of Iteveiptit. : Lust Year: ThU. Year

reduce rural Florida( areas ii Is I with or who develop, an Illness The certificate numbers and. Elections 8r Regletratlons .000.00 3.000.00( County 1.891.13. 1.188.12 Interest on Bank Accounts 1,500.00Total
In dencrlptlon
jutes yean of Issuance the 700.00 1.7\0.00:\ 5.000.00 I
handicap.The Advertising
Instituted Jointly bs or of the property, and the Legal Sheriff
being Florida State Board ol program calls for t a name. In which It was asaeiavd. Advertising Del. Taxes 1,100.00 1.200.00 0.12JlE.'LTIl Estimated Receipts 1500.00

the ol of physicians nurses are as follow.:: 100.0Supplies Total Budget 102259.13 102.9 Cent 71.70'
Health and the University team social i Certificate No. 53.Year Expenses Tax Del. Land UNIT IIU\6-67\ Less 5 Per

Florida's College of Medicine i clinic supervisors of Issuancn 1984 Exp. 1M. Comm. only 2500.00 2.1500.00
calling for': workers nutritionists. count;! Description of Property Fly Offices 6000.00 6.000.00 Tax Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 1428.30
The Ins. County
and new health personnel and Interested of Lot 44 In Lawtey E of ny Supplies Exp. Florida Statutes. .435 Balances ,to be brought forward: Cash 42.10,96::;
extensive maternity (and Name In which asuestied. os Discharge fee of Prisoners 1O.00 100.00Social 154: .02, .
supported private physicians Investments (cost) 36265.00
born carIs being teen Dempe. 1.600.00 Mills on Assessed Valuation Liquid
grant to the< dentists! to serve the 13' All of said property being In Security 8r Retirement ..
by a $545.860 Itinerant Bradford State Council 1600.00 1.1\00.00\ 39.120.9 0.00 less 5% $16,41468Tax and Balances 79.844.2ft
of &
Health by the U S county region on an the County Salary Juvenile Judge : Total Estimated Receipts
Board of entire senior teach of Florida, Service & :IlIOOO 3M.00 Levy for Health Unit under Fund Bradford County
Department of Health. Bducation basis. The UnlPDS siKh certificate or tertlflcatvs "- Youth Counceling Exp. Estimated Expenses Sinking

and welfare. Ing stuff of the College of shall. bn redeemed" ac Sal 1. Or. Judge & Secretaries 1,342.08 2.211.12 Sec. 154: .02 Florida\' Statutes For The Fliwal Year Ending September> 30, 1 7Estimate

Rural areas In 13 Nortl Medicine's Department of cording ilemrlbvd to In ouch law' ccrtlfkate the property. 01 Salary County Judge 9000.00. 9.000.00 .454 Mills on Assessed Valuation .: of IttHelptx: .Ijint Your Thin. Year
Qynecolog: $1'7.770.70
Florida counties will benefit Obstetrics and con.ultents. Liirtlfliates. will be sold to thhlitlH'Bt Salary County Judge AsIIII8t. 41202.65 less :5 % I Interest Expenses 44,11250. :\

from the Joint venture ache will participate as blddur at the courthouse 11.34.00( 11.340.00Sal. This la a true and correct copy of the budget as adoptedby & 50.00
the first. Monday & Clerk Comm. Exp.
dour on
duled to start October 1. The t 1966. t17.96 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County
of October t17.96
ob te- In Month State Attorney
John D. Milton. & Exp.
counties are: Alachua. Baker Dr the Stat which Is the 3rd day of Oitober. 18 .00 16 ..00I Florida, on August 9, 1P66. Total Appropriation 44162.50
to State Attorney
Clay. Columbia. trlcal consultant 1UHH Sal. & Asat. I 360.51
Bradford. of of August 2M.OO CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerk Reserve for Contingencies
Hamilton Board of Health's Bureau Dated. this 30th day Court Reporter 284.00
Dixie! OUchrist Child Health, 198d. Salary 1591.60 JEROME: JOHNS Chairman Reserve for cash ,balance to be carried forward
Lafayette Levy Marion Su \ Maternal and CHARLES! A. DARBY Salary Sec. to State Attorney 591.80 25
wannee and Union. who will direct the organlzatlon I'lork. of Circuit Court of Exp other than Salary C. Judge 3.068.04 3.464.30( (SEAL' ) I Sink. Fund Ace. 22.056

Ultimately the protect of the project and Dr, Bradford Cvunty, Florida & Exp. 600.00 700.00( Approved' 9666.Estimate i Reserve Account. 13265.00
Law Administration Sup.
materna I Harry Prystowsky professo 9/1 41 9/ii of Revenue and Receipt Bradford County I
at reducing 2.000.00
alms :
2,500:00 .26
chairman of the Depart APPLIC.1'I'IOVFoil T. B. Hospital for Indigent Total Budget 79,844
mortality rate!I and NO.FICEIF' Courthouse Construction Fund
and perinatal ::100.00Rt'Jief
and I menU of Obstetrics and Qyne- 'rUKKI Insanity Inquiries 7150.00 I Estimate. of Revenue. and Receipts Brudford 1 CountyCirpltal
during \
[death before Mille: dri14.I.*. V.M. t.OOO.oo For The FI..cal'e"r: Ending !September; SO) 1067Kstlmate
JIUUs Clothes 4000.00
tabor] In these countle:!I colony: at the J. 1IEKKUV: GIVEN.that ::: : Allowance & Juv. Tick Year I Outlay FundFor
after NOTICE; !>\ of : Last. Year
thi Rerelpttt
01 Health Center called holderof Service for Indigent 8589.00 8,585.00Sal. : 30 ISOT!
through the provision )lr. Carl Harton Hospital 16.000.00dale The Fiscal l Year Ending September ,

comprehensive: health berv Joint protect Florida's fines at the acid following. certificates ctrtlfliateshas for a .!. & Exp. County service Officer. 3000.00 3,000.00Mileage Interest on. Bank Account 24.54391 Taxes 1 Mill:: on assessedvaluation
to develop filed Revenue Bond 903,831,25total
and new> opportunity Officer 300.00 300.00Sal. of
Ices to mothers Issued thereon. diem Servo '
to reduc4 tax'" deed to be ( per Cnty 89.72O.95OOO. 39720.95

borns. State Board ol;. the effective high maternal program and Infanl., The certificate of Issuance numbers.the duecriptldn andyears Exp. Civil Defense Director 14.too.OO 12.400.00 Estimated Receipts 828.375.1ft 16000.00 Interest on Bank Account 1460.00

The Materna death rate of this economically of the property, and the tMoa. Cont. State County City 31,725.50 37,550.00 Less 5 Per Cent 46,41873 800.00
Health's Bureau of names In which It was. asuesaedare 600.00 500.00 Total Estimated. Receipts 39.120.95 1.46000
rural area.
and Child Health will administer depressed as follows: Rezonllg > Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 881.95041 1\.20000:\ Cent 1,986.05 '73.00
the program throuRri Dr. Milton and Dr. Pry Carlificattt No. 44., County Free Library 15,458.00 13.100.00 95 Less 5 Per
be ctowsky agreed: "With th< Tear" of Issuance 1964Description 5.300.00 5,300.00C. Balances to be brought forward: Cash 917360.16
a project office that Children's of Property NW- County Agent Sal &: TSxp. )5) Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 31.734.90 1,38700

located In Gainesville support of the only will be }. of NE'4:: of 8Wi Ex. > H/V Agent :Mileage & per diem 1T .00 175.00 Total Estimated Receipts & Balances 881956.41 832,56016:; balances to ,be brought forward: Cash 36747.33' 13.26007
not 25-.1-22
we \
of Obstetrics Bureau acri-s). Sec 3.450.00Home
The Department ((4 Willie Home Dem. Agenit, Sal. & Exp. 3.41W.OG Fund
extendour assessed Courthouse !Con..true.ton
and which KHtlmutcd Expense
able to expand Name:: In
and Gynecology in theUniversity's ( Estimated and balances 14.482.23 74.647.07
Petal receipts
I to mothers and newborns ftron Dem. Agent: Mileage & Bradford County
Medicine care In
College of All of said property being; 150.00: Outlay Fund Bradford Comity
would 150.00: estimated[ Expenses Capital
who otherwise, Stateof diem 30. 1967
will direct the professional I ( the County of Bradford per For The Fiscal Year Ending September
outpatient program at never receive It. but we will, Florida. Dem. & Illustration Mat. 100.00 100.00 Courthouse Construction! 932560.16 I For The Fls4J. Year Kndhig: September. 30 1A67Kstlnmtr

the Teaching Hospital on a In fact be able to martial thelesouret's Unless such shall certificate be redeemed" or certificates according -- 4-H Camp: Girls State short course 150: .OO 150.00: .: of Ke<.elpts: ,Lust Year This Year

of private medical law the properly 500.00 500.00 Petal Appropriations 832.56016ratal Administrative Building 60.000.00
contract! basis for the proJect. to Congress & camp; 4-H Camp
and public health personnel described. / such certificate or
All "hiffh! risk" patients will In the 13-countv area for certificates. will be sold to thehlRhest Forest Farmer 2000.00 2000.00 Budget 932.500::; .10EHtlnmte I Petal Appropriations 60.000.00
needing' hospitalization at the courthouse 1.98O.OOSalary 1980.00
be taken to the Shands TeichIner teamwork In maternal and door bidder on the first Olunday Clerk County Agent Office 3000.00 ; of Revenue und Receipts Bradford County Reserve for cash balance to be carried forward 14647.07

Hospital at the Unlvertity's newborn care. In Month of October 1904 Operating Ex. C. Agt Asst. 3000.00 Courthouse Building Uetenue Fund '

Hlllls Miller Health Such cooperation can only which Is the 3rd day of October Sec. Extra Co. Agent Office 24O.00 240.00 All Racing Monies, 157.26'j' Total[ Budget 74.647.07

Center J result In better health for Dated, 1968.this 29th day of August Fire Control fjf! S.90O.OORecreation 3,990()( Total Estimated Receipts' 157,265:\ This Is a true and correct copy of the! Budget adoptedy
a rural women enllghtment 1968BBVUAH. 6,783.12Publicity 6,783.12 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyn
win serve
The project D. C.
family :01. :MOODT.
large rural area of 10,000 about their self-care and Clerk of Circuit Court of & Public Imp. ass 5::; Per Cent 7,857 80 > Sept. 6, 1966.

square miles with a high percentage planning of and spacing.diseases for Bradford. County Florida (CC. 6000.00) 8000.00 8000.00 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 149:40'7.14: CHARLES A, DARBY, clerk circuit Court.JEROME .

of! Indlgency prevention 91t 922NOT1CFt 12000.00 I JOHNS Chairman
Ambulance! Service
women and newborns they Total[ Estimated Receipts and Balances 149.407.1EMtlnlat. -&
will Include -
Services provided nf APPHCAT10N Suwannee Valley Dev. Auth. 1000.00 1000.00 (OFFICIAL SEAL)
weekly clinic care at 10 said TAX DEED .... KxpenwH: XJourtlioiiHo Building Revenue
stations spotted across the Obstetric hlorh-rlsk pa- FOR Bee. 1V4.I*. ....... Courthouse & Annex Capital Exp. 2.0OOOO 2000.00 Fund Bradford County It t 9/15
medical considerations ISl HEREBY GIVEN Control 1200.00 900.00Equipment
visits to the tients (with NOTICE Equlpment'Mos.
area holderof
which require Immediate tha.t Mr. Carl Harton t 2,400.00 2,70001
Civil Defense
Teaching Hospital prenatal the following; certificates I-
attention! will be certificates for a 65.00: 72.00(
clinic care cancer detection has flied said Equipment County Judge

dental service bv private rttended by the Itinerant tax'" deed to be Issued numbers thereon.and' Bradford Co. Fair As. R. Money .ooO.oo 5.000.00< I

dentists safe delivery! postnatal medical and nursing teams at The certificate of Issuance,, the description Bradford CO. Dev. Comm. 10000.00 10.000.00< SALE
care of the newborn .lnica initially set up at years of the property and tide tEQUIPM i
care 15000.00 15,000.X: \ t
and field: nursing and High St>.rln

nutrition visits. Alachua County;; Green: are a* follows:No' 120. Total Appropriations 276,18434

Other services will Include Cove Springs tClavl] : Lake Tear Certificate of Issuance 1984.Description Raserve for Contingencies 2,23040 5.893.40TOTAL <

Ctv: [Columbia) ; Cross CIty of Property Deg
adequate well-child services Dixie! Bronson (tLevvl : *44W 609' North of SR Cor BUDGET 278420.74' .: ..
for all newborns: comprehensive ;; Oak of NKli; W 210', N 210' E: 2101, ew a....,.,.. "1
Ocala Martonl: Live 34-6-88. Revenue and Receipts Bradford County
medical and surgical 1'1' 210' to Be*. Sec' Estimate of .. cc
I ISuwanneel : and Lake Butler which assessed R. Sid hair
treatment: hospltallzatlon and Name. In Roud and Bridge Fund ECONOMY"

delivery of low-Income ma- [Union! The OutpatientClinic D.All Roberta of said.\ properly being In For The Flwal. Year Ending September 30, 1967Kiitlniate 0 Vied In church auditorium
at Shands Teaching ti and llbrarlei.
ternity patients under the the County of Bradford staleof : 01 RerelpUl. : Lttat Year This. Yea rF'w a caf.l.rlal
high steel lu
Hospital also will be a Florida. S Heavy gauge ,
supervision of a qualified obstetricIan risk: clinic Unless ouch certificate" or certificates Taxes 1.53 Mills on uase uied last a lifetime., Foam rubber

and medical and shall be redeemed aulordliig ,- valuation of $30,720.85000 60,77305: I Mat and back Seat sixty
to law. the property a dl 16V wide IS'.i" deep.
described\ In .1I'h. certlfliate" or Gasoline tax 20% of 7th cent 22,000.00 23,00001 ry p No. 240 $23.75

:\o1TCn 01 .rlol.IC''IOIll< ;N'ollf IK h..r..hv; given ttiulth cirtlfUHten will be at sold. the. t'.courthouse the Gas & Motor:: fuel tax; Co. surplus 48000.00 48,00001 bi Carlo**I2....,..,...$25.31: ea.
< nml.rMlirnffl. under thr bidder
von rIIKTI lilvluet
fl... 101 tfl. !.*.c. prnvlHinni, nf fhapter" 1).06:1.) :I. door on the, first Monday :Motor; fuel Tax 20% of 7th & ,t1969om '
NOTICE I IW IIKIIKTIY: tlVK! :;>:. Lairs "! Kliirldu.ctn. of 1941 In Month of t>.tolie-r. Spec. fuel 800.00 800.0< UPHOLSTERY COLORS...
that. Mr." T. J. Alderman" h..Ilpl", will roirlHter with the Clerk ol! which" Is the 3rd day ( Available le Green, Brown" '
of the following, .I'ortlflrate the Plroilt" Court In and for. ber. 11166 of Au- Auto tranap. mileage tax fff Tan, flame and .ray Inlth.
hail filed said certificates for ,. Bradford (County Florida) upon Dated this 29th day Co. surplus 2.1500.00 2,5000
tag: deed to be landed thereorTM ; proof of publication ot thin """. U8d. DAIUV.Clerk \
certificate numbers ..n,1 nntlt'A the fictitious name ol JttAItL.E4! A. ofBradford Taxes: 1425 Mills on aaeessecl n.'IICUTARIAL-" rk

years. of lusuance.. ., the descrlntlon WALT WL.ICK f'H V.ROT..ET.CHEV, of Circuit County,Court Florid\: valuation of 41.202,66000 60.773.06 58,7137 I pedestal with" Tsvofof platform en 1 tefler LOll ifeawsr,
of the property and the l.vr; db.1.ALTH'rS \
; 'North, ) of Starke Relmb. Temple Ave. 4000.00 4.000.00 lllui.! ) Isft. Specify prsfersncs. Center ... 431__$196.90
names In which It was. asHesHare < ROI.RT.: INC1;; U 4. 301 9/1 4t2S City right (as or
as followsCertlfloiiti : ttiirke. rinrldn I drawer with lock and key. Linoleum covered top.
No. 14.Year Estimated: 138073.05 131.013.18Lesa : Sand Sahara ltir*-boxdraw.re ... .#
Total Receipt. 04"! X 304"! Mill Green, Desert 1ta. 442___ I96.9OTypewriter
of! l h".nce. 1164 "
of Property Lo NOTICEBoard 5 Per cent 6903.65 8.8M.DO< Brown er Cray. ECONOMY" Arm Chair
4. of. Slk 12 ..n"1 I T.M e s- D....c.. of County Commissioners, of Bradford County FlorIda UKNPKOOr-STAINPIIOOr TO....Aho., avallabt. wM Col.... Top that alcohol D.llgn.dfatcomfort.CIvM s

In Deed Bk. 54 PIT 105 In Gin" 10:00 Friday September 23. 1966 In the Jury;: 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 131169.40 130.182.88 MOM MI.* ior can clgontlu b.IIt.M", '.."_._.Add "CI"ta number $1S.OOaddl. your office that new look
ham. will meet of hearing request: .. Balances to be brought forward: Cash 10000.00 10.000.00( and stands op after years
Name In witch esue.eeLoule < the purpose
Room in the courthouse of w.ar. Ruggedly con
All of DmnpMey.said properly being, |III i and complaints ;from the public regarding the 1866-67 budget Total estimated receipts and balances 141169.40 140.182.88ENtln1l1h..1 Inn SLIDING DOOR CABINET p"<""" structed. Heavy gauge-

the of Florida.County of Tlradford.. Htat. Estimate. of Revenue and K4-lpt Bradford County ExpenaeM. Road. &: Bridge Maintenance' Fund No' awfngTlIg doors to block ablx. Large and r t, steel.and back.Foam Seat rubber lo*'! "wide teat,

Unless such certificate or cei General FundFor Bradford County .- Heavy gauge ite l. FIve adustabl[ com 1554"\ deep."Naugahyd*"

tlflcates. shall be redeemed" accrrdlng The Flared. Year Ending September SO, 19417ThlM For The FlNoal. Year Ending September 30, 100' parhM t>. 76" high( .36" Wld, 19'%! dee P. "\ upholstery. Won't t scoff or
to law the property lutt Year Yea No.7436 Cfadc..No.2Ul$39,95tw.
dexcrlbed In such certificate acertificates Estimate of Receipts. Rond foreman: salary 6.55304 8,553.0Mileage { Sasw _*bM I Wt will. lock. ad. Uy. J.

hlgheot. bidder will be at sold the to court the Taxes 1.65 MUla on assessed per diem: foreman 200.00 200.OC .7636L$10'.00 9 0

house .door on the first Monday valuation of $39,720,950.00:\ 65,539.56 Salary maintenance crew 66,74696 86,746.3C-,

In Month\ of October. 1981\\.. Federal Grant. to Library: 2458.00 (Maintenance County Rood Bldg. 250.00 250:\ .OC .rMIRCHANTS"
which In the 3rd", day. of Ortcbee 43500 435.01( BICOKAIO
1466 Railroad & Telegraph License Repair upkeep rental equipment 14.75000: 14.7\0.00:\ COLORS... Contatni two fuR .uipa" >

Dated this 30th day eif Auust Racing Monies 142000.00 Gas fuel oil, & lubl'icants) 8,20000, 8.20OOC( : j ,/ y : j Mlat 4 "i1 1 lion letter files a double
meCHARLE9. 250/ .OO 19201 : Greet' drawer. for 3x3 or 4x4
A riARHY, Insurance Agents License Other road supplies 5.000.00 5.000.00( Olive Or.wi.Duirl card ((3200 capacity))Tw.I .

Clerk Bradford, of (County'Ir. ii It 'null Florid. IIf 111 Mos. Cont. St. Bd. Timber & other bridge materials 3,62500 3,625 j Sand adjuHtabl ttorage co.

15,000.00 15,000.0Moe 500.OC( I I or Col GraykBOOKCASI under lock and
*/l 41 H2IINOTICK Health, State I Purchase R-O-W proposed roads 60000 parlmant
key, a deal! afety vault
Uf. 1..1':0..0". IIHBUISTKH Cont. St. Bd. 1.00000( Exp.: procuring right of way 2. 00.00 .OCBeautlfloatton ( I z doubry protected' by Dial

KHTiriOIH't9"It Health, State II 1000.00 of highways 600.00 500.00( f SECTIONS 'Lock ploi( an outer door

State Matching Fund. *Hospital 1,88664 2.16501 Insurance 6,250.00 5.2\0.00:\
300.00 3661:! 1.50000Storage vy and printed matter neat and ordarly. 30'j" w, % *. 32" high, 17" deep.!
Registration Social security & retirement .
Boat 1SOOC: 3714" h, 17" d. Four adiujtabl eompartm nf He.U70 $63.50
DIP YOUR RECORDS {Mobile Homes License Fees ( I building: county farm 60000 50000 (Shelf lxsi 30{" X 16")-No- 3495 $39.50
Tax 4.000.00 Purchase new 23,03125 20,60986Road 208 $34.10 With/ '" plung.r lock mat orb eUr) -e.ra.Ne,1370P1$71A0
of equipment pOltmenILNQ
Intangible **above' .but 28" k.

Ii I''.... I ; Tax 3.079 Mills: on Assessed I tax due & payable to
&ft 126.882.96
bet! of 141,20266Occupational i municipal 11.58.80 11.458.80 --

elr Beverage\ License License 1250.00 350.00:\ 4.00000 400 00( Total Appropriations'Reserve 139,06265 138.141.26 Core::! STEEL SHELVING UNITS 1

City of Stark-Civil Defense 2000.00 2.000.00( for Contingencies. 2.106.75 2021.82 Shelves or* adustobl| on 2" centers, can

5,00001 lowered or mar' shelves
'.OOO.OO be raised or ,
Grants and Donations 3.000.00 Total Budget 141,16940 140,16283 added. Easily assembled Olft Green or r

r Other Revenue' Receipts 3,000.00 KHtlniute of Revenue' and Receipts Bradford County Gray. The "four-way reinforcement" gives "-.0

Receipts. County Judge's Office 5000.00 6.000.00 I Fine & Forfeiture Fund them greater strength.' The open shelving\)
Ad. Del. Taxes 1100.00. 1\00.00\ I units Include four steel!] gusset' plats' for ::...
Refund 8400.00 I Ntlnurte: of Receipt extra rigidity.
Federal Aid Civil Defense Taxes 1.163nlls" on assessed
: 179. 71.09 I lNILYINOSNITS CL03IBCAj ,
Total Estimated Receipts. valuation of $39,72095000:\ 70028.03 I CHI 1M1II SIX
a 12.148.6 8.978.15. ( shown at right) C a ceA.
Less 5 Per Cent Taxes 1.72' mills on assessed I .n..ni. In liNn' UNITS Addh/a.af/ .
242.220.1-10 170592.54 WldiS H.tgSf' Dell" Koch Unit /-- prG per 11II1' lhel..
Estimated Receipts No.
Cent of 70,86895
95 Per valuation 41202650.00
'Fr 10000.00 .7" 12" 3h t46.9S f46.7O t46.2S $3.95 _
;, forward Cash 36200.00 8712 _..3
Balances to .be brought : Fines & Forfeiture 31000.00 33,60000:\ L I 8718 _M.3"17" 18* five .a.90 .3AO .3.00 ".95 _

Transfers Courthouse Building I Civil Fees 1.3500O: 2000.00 8724 .-..36" .," 34" five 9.20 ...6S ...2S 6,9s...
Fund 113000.00 9X8 30W .49" 91\* four 3.00 2.7S 20 :S.75 _

wP r't Reserve total Estimated Receipts 102,37803 108,368.56 207 Hum_.'01\" 26" 17" Tw* .0.10 ao..sS :IO.2S ".95 _

Total Estimated Receipts andBalances Leas 9 Per Cent .118.90 0,41843' Illustrated ........ 4026 J0" 40%"2o 4* Tone" 84M 463,90 43.33 743,

1bs shouM. intess ttray're pto* dd 278420.74 293.39254Kiitlmated : THRU No. 7311 unit. SHILVINO UNlTf-OMN skews at fit[ )

.twist.. lost by fin m, such equlpmenl as Genera] Fund Bradford County 9'5 Per Cent Estimated Receipts 97,25912Utancea 102950.12 $8025 751J _.36" 75"rPlve f27'.ao' $2'-" .26.21 $193.,
Hercules Multi-Lox insulated hies. : Expense: to ,be brought forward: Cash 5,00000
30, 1967 75U ..36" 73 ,13" flv. 30.9$ 3OJ937JJ :30.30)) 4.93.,
To CM haw complete point of use For The FluoeJ Year Ending September 7324 ,36' 73" 24. five J7J1 ..7S"U eel.s. .
"oIecbOIIIOI all your vital ready m Salaries County Conan 9,00000 9000.00 Total Estimated Receipt A Balances 102.259 102.930.12 l .

,bra,Hire Of kxir-drjer Undermnters' I 1.000.00 1500.00 Estimated. FUt A Forfeiture Fund
Mftrfled HwetjlM files. And any tailor.+ Mileaga: ; per diem County Carom.

.... IOC: arrangement you desire. I Expen.1tM. County Comm. 1500.00 1.50000 Bradford (County

.Cton I wert.-sea, titers today. Salary, Clark to Board 9.00000 9000.00 For The Fiscal Yew Kadlag September 30. 1991 I Bradford County Telegraph

Mileage, per diem CVerk and Salary Pros. Atty. [for County 0000 300 00

Bradford County Finance Officer 40000 400.00 Fees A Cost, Clerk Circuit Court 3.000.00) 3000.00

Salary. Bup rvtaor\ of Elections 1800.00 1,800.003U Conv. Fee C. Pro. Atty. 3,60000 3000.00
v eags pr cUoua. Sup. of Elect.


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