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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 22, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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a good look. What Starke doesn't need .

;Ci You may never see a front right now is another blow to its _

page like this again. central business district:! a

We hope It'Is never necessaryto blow such as the proposed mov- .

print one again. ing of its courthouse to the

We hope the community nev- American Legion grounds.
er faces another crisis like the
When ninety-nine per cent of
one faced today.
business in the
Starke is at the crossroads.Its men affectedarea
City Council central business district feel that this would be a Second Primary

or "heart," as city planners crippling blow, surely their

sometimes call it can go up united voices should have some

Wheels RollingFor or down. consideration and not be dismissed TuckerNoegelRunoff

Judging by these vacant as selfish griping.If .

buildings all photographedwithin Starke had had the long-
three blocks of the busi-
range planning project that
Bond IssueTaking
ness:! district the symptomsof should have been adopted years TuesdayA
urban decay have already
ago, such a crisis would never
made vast inroads.
the initial step toward their proposed! $650-; have arisen. No sane planner run-off election between Neil Tucker and \V. II.

000 utility revenue bond issue to enlarge the city power Things count get better, or vould decree that we live with (Bill) Noegel for the Group 3 City Council seat will be

plant, the City Council passed an ordinance :Monday: they could get worse much these vacant and deteriorating the only attraction for voters in the Second Primary

night setting in motion plans for the issue: in spite of a wor>le. unildings] the rest of our lives. balloting Muesciay.;

tight-money waring from City Clerk Merrill Ed- It's not a pretty sight, is it? It's later than you think. Tucker. was high man on on was and third Arthur man with LouJon 252

wards. 7. 7T ,1 Even in its present stage. Last Chance To Be Heard September 13, receiving 462 votes polled 189.
Selling the bonds for the e< city Is Barcus Kindred & Co. It will be at least two anda Noegel.! out at the polls
voters turned
half months however before Commissioners 10 A.M. Friday Sept. 23 Tucker by 123
of Miami night, by represented Harvey Hennon Monday the bonds will be readyto told County Meeting votes Trailing in the First Primary on ballots September were cast 13 when out of 1,283 a

who handled the city's $2.- be sold. Hennon also Noegrel- must t reap a major possible 2,281.,
the council that the bond of the 441 that went for
085,000 bond:! refinancing program favorable at share VotIng will! take place

was obtained in 1964 to when construct$300.the 000 market present and hi not he plans when to waitfor he Van H. Priest Don't Let Them 'Bug' You UF Ag Grad other. 13 candidates If he.> stage on a September win. In- between Tuesday the at the hours Fire of 7 Station a. m.

new "sewerage, treatment a selling period the First Primary Ewell Law-
plant. Hennon also handled can get an Interest rate under Deplores Choice dill' '..m ultnrt you will-Ixiie Rug. hurricane Hugs, OK As Market and 7pm.

the $1,200,000 race track revenue five per rent perhaps as Telephone! liiiKt, or even by their proper" nami--:MnyKlItH

certificates for the low That as 4 could 34 per be cent.as much asa Of CommissionVan -"\\',<,'\<. aluH.vx had 'em, hut not In .such big number Manager Here Civitans Call For Reconsideration

school board last year. '.. ..
year. longer since the new *, njt ( .I"tygent n. T. Iliignin I
Next step in the city's pro- generators don't have to be H. Priest of Madison" Don't he al.irtnpd' b"we\er. "Tliej'rn pc fcrtly 'harmless Robert Allen 33-year-old
posed issue to increase the paid for until delivery in owner. of 16 variety stores In ," MiiyH HuggliKt/ "outxUle. of messing. up your rarwindshield. resident< of Gainesville and Of New Courthouse Site ChoiceStarke
capacity of the power plant ofFlorid
Florida. and! South Georgia, including graduate of the University
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early 1968Payments. .
dnn'tJlte\ eat
They and they don't up thecrop'
is valldat-
to have the bonds : on the new bond Priest's Store here ." ,i College of Agriculture,
USIIP would run between expressed deep concern. this was approved. manager of Clvltans, meeting adjacent to the present court-
Ilugglji quotes. a t"nl\erslty of florid! entomologist State Farmers. "
$3:1.000nd: $40000 per year. week regarding a decision of the Starke here Tuesday morning adopted louse facility
BE SURE Hennon said. running the three members of the Bradford as. saying that tho 'Yneh". produce two broods a Market at a meeting here a resolution railing! on the Temple said the resolution'

TO ATTEND city's total debt service to between County Commission to year-one In the "spring, and mother. In the fall. "If one Tuesday night Bradford Countv Commission would be presented in personto
Board of County $140000 and $145.000. move the courthouse out of the broad! IH, psptM'lul'y light then the next brood will hi In making the selection< < of to reconsider their selection the Commission at Its
CommissionersMeeting The. new Issue will run until central. area of Starke."This extra heavy;. Hiilfgln/ wiM. "Appitrciitly that's whnt'shappening a new manager; the loral mar-act- of a site for. the new meeting here Friday morninj.
seems to be contraryto ket Advisory Committee courthouse In favor of thpropf'.ty
to lit. now. It'n just a cycle! and they'll noon of
1091Cltv Clerk !Merrill Edw'1l'dssoun11'd the trend of other. small ." ed on the( recommendation due< east and adjacent Cancer Fund
warning< however! be gumServlcs'.latlon- W. O. Whittle, chief of Florida to the present court-
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Friday counties In Mr.
Sept.
our area
attrndmta, weary of wiping wlmlHhields State Farmers. Markets. Worker Finds
will facility
he doubts revenue h"u.so
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saying
10:00: A.M.At increase the required $33: .000 Priest said", pointing out that ", say 'it un't happen too soon to salt them. A native of (Mississippi. Mr.. There were no dissenting 'Ad' Pays Off"It
Dixie! has just released lived in Gainesvillemost
County Allen has
to Jim Tem-
the city will hive: to pay In votes, according
which time all interested J968 on the new bonds Edwards plans for building; a new court- of his life and has beenemploye ple.. Civilian: president. to adverttse! ." sav'
persons will be /said his preliminary house on the site of its present by Sperry-Rand.. for The resolution states: Miss Lillian pays Stump, tr..1"llI'l'r
SFJC Bus To Start Run .
28 the nine
heard on the location of work on the new budget: one, which will be torn Sept. past will report yenra.He for duty at "Whereas. the Civltan Club of the Bradford County
the court- doesn't show that murh increase of Starke Fla. is vitally interested -
proposed new down. Levy, Columbia. "Suwan-' the market. here on October 1. Chapter Cancer Society.
but he added he in the civic and political -
house. and Lafayette Tom The bus will nigh Last week Miss Stump!
nee Putnam Alachua School Superintendent leave BHS at mother action Tuesday
hopes to have the budget affairs of Starke andBradford
has announced that a Sam. the market committee discussed placed a little item in The
are. other. counties in Casey dally returning to
LAST CHANCE! ready for the council bv next / Countv! and stating' that the
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school but will start Stnrke at 2:30 reconditioning and Improvements -
Mon"'v.' September" 26. this! area that have utilized the county : p. m. "Wh"r'in. the slt".. east of 19S8 fund was still S250:! snort
Id in transportation for All students to the market
interested
Vote Next Tuesday "I thinYDu're\ Betting into /name site for fieir i lew 'ourt- pro. ? InI'ldJnf.l' and adlarent the the present. of reaching the unni
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additional -
students attending the new the bus are asked to cooling facilities and
deep water. I don't see any- houae building a additions :location of the Bradford County -
Sept. 27th Santa; Fe Junior College in contact Ted Oglesby at 964- hard-surfacing at the She wis plen-antly! !suro'-K-' !
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000 Increasefor Mr. Priest said.
more than a $25 courthouse Is more centrally ,
Gainesville on Wednesday 3071. rear of the market. platform. ed Wednesday to open h 'r
CITY ELECTION'SECOND next year" Edwards said. 'I feel that the Commissioners situated to meet the
Elglht;:I of the nine directors mail and find a $10 check
Sept. 28.
:" PRIMARY He urges the council to wait In ,these counties act needs of all the citizens of
from Rev. S. J. Grads, former -
until the budget:! is completed ed wisely," he added "and were present for this meeting Bradford County: Ion if-time resident of Red
before setting the issue in would urge the Bradford Commissioners which was presided over by resolved
This Space Contributed UCTU MEETINGThe : EDWARDS: SELLS! ANGUS "Fe it therefore grave St. In Starke, now
motion. to give serious J. C. Prevatt.
the
chairman that we, the members. of the making his home with relatives -
Weekly to Publicize "We'll lust have to make' consideration to following Women's Christian. Temperance J. M Edwards Jr., of Starke Final approval of the ap- Stnrkp. Civltan Club do respectfully !- at 1906 Caroline Ave.
Community Eyenta by the budget: cover it. We'll their example before doing Union will meet at petition the Bradford -
recently sold four registe..edAngus pointment must come from Barberton Ohio.
have to dowithout something anythingto further disrupt the First :Methodist Church on Counts. Board of County
The CommunityState else" said Mrs Ruby business and! deflate property Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. cows to Clifford Martinof Agricultural Commissioner cy>mml 1on<'rs. to reconsider "Think I'll do a little more
Bank Johns, echolnsr$ the sentiments values in. Starke's. central bus- All interested persons are InvIted Lawtey. Doyle E. Conner- in Tallahassee. : their selection! of a site for advertising," said Mi's
of .several other coun- IDe..... district. to attend the new courthouse In favor Stump, who still needs about
[Contlnued!; on Pope Tw-ol of the" property due east and $150 to so over the toP.Julian .





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PAG' 'n". .m.Alkli.ltll, It thllfMl't .I4<.l.l'.IJlt. ,*I.II. Matte. :,%a.. .'"tit III 1 IHUtSHA' ,\V. Ht.Vt.. "td.,

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i I Mr: and Mrs.. C. M Patrick Mr and Mrs. H. L. Tolbertof 1 New Nine Called Louis Hampton, and Horace her, every precaution houM
+tnd family of West Ploilda, Lake City were visiting Wheels Rolling) Directors Greeley Crawford be taken in caring for It prop
and Mr and Mrs. J. fl. Wel- I their daughter and family. For InductionNine Others were: James Bu- crly. Buy It In qulck-uaable
Wtyi don of Jack.onv1l1'HI: spon-i! 1 Mr and Mrs. David Montgomery Named To ford Parker, Vernon James quantities, unless it Is to Its
the weekend with the-1!*:'broth-I' on Saturday and For Bond Issue men were called: for Conner, Terrell Lee Jones frozen. Cold cuts and Bate< :)
er. Mrs. Gladys We't't4'il,(U:(,; Sunday on Alan Montgom- Co-op BoardVernon Induction into the armed forces Stephen Craise Ellxson, and meats like ham, franks] (MCOI
Mrs Loyree Cocomlse and ery's fifth birth<1ay. on October 6 by Selective! ,, Robert Gerald Rhoderv.: and smoked oaiu>ago; refrjf! r.a .
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs- Desta DyaJ}
Phone!' 964-0651.. International Furniture andWoodworking rison, Mr. and Mrs, GeorgeMorrison Morgan Jr. were elected to Four of the group were volunteers I CARE OK :.MK.\T will keep for up to a ..."lI,
__ _I Supply Fair In \ and Mr. and Mrs. oilmen three-year terms on the : Wayne Roger Since meat takes a 'big according meat specltisint.
Louisville Ky. from Fridayto Ruppert Morrison of Lees Since engineers and Power Glb-I 'I with the Extension, Service,1!
board of directors of Farmers son Larry Lamar (chunk of the family food dol.
sgt. Jerry Lawson of Orlando | Mr\ and Mr J C HobbsJr Tuesday burSt spent the weekend with Plant Superintendent Me1'rill Mutual Exchange at the co-
spent the weekend and son of Homosassa The Methodist Women's: : ::1.>11'. and Mrs. Henry[ Morrison ] Dees have warned that by operative's annual meeting In ,
]1988 the plant's present capacity I
with his parents. Mr. and Springs: will spend the weekend Sunday School Class honored the BUS auditorium Tuesday
Mrs. Swell: Lawson. i: with their parents. Mi- Mrs. O W. White Jr. at a Mr and Mrs. Guy Sal"' will not be adequate to night

:Mr and Mrs Roy Shaw of and Mrs. Hobbs Sr. and Mr. birthday dinner Tuesday:! night will be In Tallahassee Thi'rs- handle the clty'g needs, the Gene Sumner, loonl I manager 4t
at Le Chateau Resaturant in dny and Friday where Mr. council has viewed the expansion -
Valdosta. Qa. were guest and Mrs Albert Williams. \ reported that 12242.61
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Smith DeVoe housekeeper Jacksonville. Sale will attend the Department as a necessity.! If an vould be returned In the
Tyler Jones. : at the Holiday Inn Is Among those< from out-of- of Agriculture conference unwelcome one. form of dividends to co-op
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw attending the Housekeeping town attending the funeral of "We can go ahead and' members around January 1
and Mr. and Mrs. Oene Shaw Educational course for Na Judge E. K. Perryman last Mrs\ Sarah Lawson entered pass this r ordinance I an- en purchases made during
were visiting Mr. and.Mrs.. tional Executive Housekeep Thursday morning were: Mr. St Vincent's Hospital on not sell the bonds until we the past year. The fertilizer
Lamar Shaw In Miami last ers in New Orleans, La. from I and Mrs. Comer Perryrmn: :Monday for observation and I see what we have to do," dividend was rated at 10 per
Wednesday! to Sunday.Mr. 1 Tuesday to Saturday. Bryant Carroll Jr., Mrs. Rob- treatment. Councilman Ode Wiggins rent feed 6 per cent, and
and Mrs. M. C, Wells Local admittances to Brad- ort: Hawkins. Mrs. Rod er Rev R. E. MacBlaln and anti;! "It looks as If we'll hai-e miscellaneous farm supplies 3
and Mrs Carolyn Redgrave ford County Hospital this Francisco, Mr. and Mrs.\ Bry- William Carter attended the to make the Improvement." per cent.

were In Cocoa over the 'weekend w eek Include: James Donald :nnt Carroll. Mrs. Martin H Conference on Evangelism at David Doss representing
visiting Mr. and Mrs Hatcher of High Springs: Long. Mr. and Mrs. Walter the St, Johns Cathedral:! In Confederate the parent organization.
Charles Parker.Mr. Archie L. Tyre and.; Mrs. O Miller\ Mrs. Gerald Carpenter Jacksonville on Tuesday and Soldier's Cotton Producers Association
and Mrs. A. O. Loudon Evelyn Wheeler of Melrose! : and Miss Grace Tobey al 1 Wednesday. Love of Atlanta. Ga., gave the district -
Sr. of Keystone Heights were Mrs. Irma Altman of Jack- of Jacksonville: Wlliam Long Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voor- Letters ReadLove report.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. sonvllle. former resident o f Ted Duncan and Rev, and Bees of Jupiter were weekend Entertainment was provided
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and I Keystone Heights! lfrMar! Mrs T. G Mitchell of Gainer guests' of} Mr and Mrs. Fred letters from a young by the Suwannee River
family lh-H: O Petty of Putnam Hall: 'llle.: Mr. and Mrs. E. K Graudon. Confederate soldier to 1 hip Boys; door prizes valued at
Karen Bennett of Jacksonville Harlow M. Fuller and BrYAn Ferryman Jr of Bethlehem, Mrs. Vergle Flynn of fiancee In Middleburg were 200 were awarded: : and refreshments -
spent the weekend with Keith Terrell of Keystone Pa: Mrs. Roy Ward and Starke. Mrs. Bessie Faxon of read to members of the were served to
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Heights: Miss Joann: Scot Darbv Peek of Lake City: A Gainesville, and Mrs. Kath- Bradford County Hlstorlra the 350 members and: guests i
Mrs.. Carl Lamar Johns.R. of Camp Standing: Charll p J. Thomas Jr. of Fort Lauder erine Fruln of Mobile Ala.. Society Monday night by attending.
H. Orlder attended a F. Beckham of Hawthorne:: : Allen Long of Anthony: were visiting Mr. and Mrs Keystone Heights attorney
family reunion in Cookevillc. Joseph R. Richard Jr. of Ral Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch of! H. G. Waters In Tallahassee Myron Prevatt Hospital DrawsCommendation
Term last week. ford. and William GeorR"eGraudons. Johnson; Mrs. Tom Johns of f from Monday to Wednesday. The letters were written bv
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns Mrs. Mildred!! GIbson Mardenny: Mrs. Lyle Buck Mrs. J. H. Fields and: Mrs. Albert S. Chalker to MBI.thaBard'n.
were In Tampa last Tuesdayto : Alanson Cecil Ellis of Palatka. Mrs. E. K Perry Herbert Green of Starke and who were married I Let's I
Friday "Visiting Mr. and Joseph N. Starling and Mrs man Jr. and Mrs. CornsFerrvman !: Mrs. W H. Ford of Cocoa soon after he was "pavroll- The Bradford County Hospital Look At A Few Facts.;
Mrs Charles Durkee and :Margaret\ I. Frlsbic of Starke remained with I visited Mrs Robert E. Tanner ed":! from the Confederatearmy { drew high praise this,
and daughters.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Harry Seller Mrs Ferryman Sr. for a week In St Vincent's Hospital I They are grandparents week from Joe W. Cloud, nos-
and Mrs. R. W. Douvllle I of Asheville N. C are spend':!- Mr and :Mrs.\ C. C. Harrison Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ford of Mr. Prevatt, pltal consultant with the
and family of Orange Park Ins!: several weeks with Mr of Hazelhtirt, Oa and returned Monday to her homeIn I Florida" State Board 01 1. I Live In The City Limits of Starke
were visiting Mrs. Douvllle'sparents. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Miss Deldre Harrison of Cap E Cocoa after ten days visit The letters relating: the Health, In a letter to Robert I I
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mr. and Mrs C. S. Had Co.'nl111. spend the weekend with Mrs. Fields. hard those tlm s, of army life f In Edmondson, administrator.Following ''I 2. I Am Qualified For The Job. "' l
Grlder. on Sunday. dock and family visited Mr with Mr. and Mrs, A. S. liar- Steve Edwards of FSU was days and yet fleckedlth : a recent llcen- <

Adolph Gay and daughter. and Mrs. E. C. Haddock Sr rlson.Mr. home! for the weekend. \]humor\ delightful, described touches sklrmbhe.of= sure survey of the hospital I 3. I Am Not A "Yes" Man To Anyone or .
Mrs. Eugene Tanner, left in Jacksonville on Saturday and Mrs. J. A,. DeaR or Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby here, Cloud commented: .
between
Tuesday! for New Orleans, Mr and Mrs C. F. Rhoden Gainesville and:! Mrs. Leon visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ion Confederate and Un you are justified In the ex Any .',',
troops In the vicinity of
La. where Mr. Gay will go and family] attended the Rho- hews of Montgomery, Ala Dansby through the Oschner Clinic, den family reunion In Tampaon wore last Friday visitors of aairs.ndina. J. R. Hirdee of Fern do.Baldwin" In one and letter"north, of Chalker Wal outstanding facility. This", survey 4. My Promise To You Is Honesty, Integ-
for eight days. Sunday.:! Mrs. and Mrs. J. G Jackson I Is visiting Mrs. L A. failed to detect any d Jeiiclences -
requested :Miss Barden to ad- rity Ability and Faithfulness.
Mrs. Joseph Olssy. Mrs. Halite Seymour was !In and family. Davis. tress which would adversely ,
Francis Meng Mrs. Victor Washington, D. C. from Sunday Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hopp Mr. and Mrs.' B. O McIntyre mutual her friend reply!In In Starke care of a affect continued licensing -
Glngras. and Mrs. Henry to Wednesday on bust' of Tampa were guests of Mrs. and family of Jackson- he as of the Bradford County
Stefanelli attended the St. ness. O L. Beaslev and Mrs. J.W \llle were visiting Mr. and passing evidently through Intended to be Hospital." I Humbly and Earnestly Ask For Your Vote :
:Mrs' J. this city. ,, ;
H DuPre
Augustine Deanery Dloscean Mr. a.id: Mrs.\ P.escott Gill Kincald at Klngsley:: Lake lagweek. E over the In
Council of Catholic Women Sr. have returned from twoweeks w eekenil. another letter he tu- and
On 27 For
moaned the carelessness of f BAKE SALE Support Tuesday Sept.
Dr. H.
last O. Bollnge
Wednesday at the Red vacation with ] Guv Sale preslden and Dr. the Union
snipers who
Barn Restaurant in Lake In Boston Mass., and several of the Starke Woman's Club, } E. Bolllne-er attended the in shot1'loles The Little Women's Club Councilman 3.
a Confederate
days in the Smoky Mountains. : Stat: Child Evangelism meetIng officers ( will City Group
City.Mrs. and Mrs S. W. Beckett a brand new hat, sponsor a bake sale Sat
J T. Adklns of Amer- Mrs Lillian Phillips of f delell'ate111 attend the Fall in Orlando on Friday and knew how hard wheneveryone 1 urday morning starting at B
ictis. Oa. Is spending several Lake City was visiting her board meeting of the FloridAF'ederatlon Saturday was to get a good hat It t a. m. In front of Canova's.
f In
weeks with her daughter and sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearce Woman's Club: Mr and Mrs. Phillip Croak those days.IProctor. Drug Store on Call street an-! SINCERELY,
family. Mr and Mrs. J. C. ever the weekend. Mrs. Pearce in Fort Lauderdale: on Sun bite and family of Jackson In the Starke Plaza between
Hobbs. The Hobbs will also will have as weekend visitor,, day to Wednesday.Mr :! I ville were visiting friends: Carp's and Wlnn Dixie. The
have as weekend guests their her daughter! Mrs. Mary and Mrs W. }i. Noll here Sun"av afternoon. j Attends money received from tin Neil TuckerPd.
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Lane, of Jacksonville.Mr. man returned Saturday afte Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmons WOW Field School sales will go toward then
and Mrs. M. C. McInnis And and Mrs it!. E. Taylor spending the summer at thei of Miami were weekend many; worthwhile project-
daughter of St. Petersburg.Mr. and family of Taylor will be homes In Ashcvllle and IIP--U of Dr. and Mrs. }h H. M.\ L (Buddy) Proctor attended planned for the coming club
and Mrs. S. E. R'Yf'- weekend I guests of Mr. and Highlands, N. C. Adams Basic Field SchoolRponsor",1 jear. ( Pol,. Adv.)
and family of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Bobby L. Taylor. Mrs Herbert Thomas wa Mrs Clay Harper of West by the education
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Swaney Horton of talc visiting' Mrs Kathleen Oo. Grove la. and Mr. and Mrs. department of the Insurance
-S. ,Sapp and fa.mJ..Iy.on Sun \ City Is a patient In the the In-- East Ptilntka over the Ray Harper of Burlington Div..lnn.VooImen. of>, the -
day. Starke Nursing Home w eekend.r Ti. are: l guests of Mr. and Mrs. World, in Dothan, Ala., Sept. r
Oarl Mathews. They An ?.?,.,> 1318.As.
I I Tuesday evening j -';itflnnerruests ( ; ; a qualified life underwriter i'-

of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mr. Proctor has been named I I I Chevrolet
Mathews in Gainesville i WOW field representative for I I II
Bradford and Union Counties ,
-'" ',- / V& Rites Wednesday I by C. A Martin, state man-

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fcAk For Max Wimberly I ager.Mr., and Mrs. Proctor will Presents

Of Lakeland continue to operate the Starke i) j
Hardware Store In Starke. ,
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.' Wallnre :Maxwell: (Max\ )
\' \ bh Wmbpi-lv., 67. of Lakeland,
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(lied Monday: Wauchula fol I RECREATIONNEWS
Baldwin
lowing- short illness.
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:Mr \\ .
'Im".rlW1'.' born at
highland on Dec. 4. 1808, the
o -on of the late Harry C. ant Bargain Dept !

Wlnlfro.l Rinks Wimberly. Hs MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
had marie: his home in Lakeland All men Interested In par-
for the past 14 year! ticipating In a volleyball
moving: three from Stark league all+ requested to meet
o 4.jlw y where, he had lived for 21 i yean at the Armory Thursday

He was a retired railway rordiictor night, Sept. 22 at 7:30.: .
o. of the Seaboard Ral :MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL Come See .Come Drive Come Buy! ''i I
rond, Methodist: !t
and a vett- All men 18 and over Inter- ,
ran of World War I. He was a ested In participating !In the'' The Fishing, Hunting, School or Second Car You've Been Waiting ForfSo[
member of
the
.. I, Rion. American Le- urged adult: flag to attend football the league organizational are : Long. We Have Many Good Sound Old Cars From 1956 to 1960 That I/'All

Surviving Belle Green are his wife, Katie : ] meeting! at the Recre- Run Good. Check The Following Prices and Compare Anywhere $*"
Wimberly of ation
Center Monday night: "',
Lakeland: one daughter, Mrs. Sept. 26, at 7:30: p. m.
Charles''' C. Schneider of San League play will begin: Monday 1958 FORD 9-PASS. 1957 CHEVY BEL-AIR
Frnni-lseo, Calif; two sisters, night Oct. 3. ]196(5.( 1958
Mrs( Nelson dicen and Miss l-Door Sedan One Owner Very Clean
SMALL FRY AND JUNIOR Like
Beth Wimberly both of TLAO FOOTBALL I \yajfon., .S New, Radio and Heater (Rear Engine) New Tires, Heady For Any Kind of
Starke: and one brother Har- Engine Fordomatic Transmission Travel. r
Registration for boys ages ,
al ry C. Wimberly of Eagle 7. 8, and 9. and ages 12. 13 Cadillac
Lake. Also surviving are three : 14, and 15 is now !in process'' FULL FULL
:4 /. -' grandchildren. i j I i lilt the Recreation Center. All $$395-00 $595'00

.p7 at Funeral 2 services were held I boys of this age must register PRICE Fleetwood PRICE
p.m.'ednesday In Jones bv Friday. Sept. 30.
.. Memorial Chapel with Rev. V. TEES TIME: I

J. Ragsdale officiating Interment The Recreation Center "'1111 1954 CHEVY 150 AWAY 1959 FORD FAIRLANE
via In
Crosby LakeCemeterv
be
I open each Saturday night f
DeWitt C.under Jones direction of from 7:30: till 11 p. m. for all! 3 I-Door. One Owner, Radio and Heater, -l-Door Sedan! V-8 Automati 'Trans-'

a. Home. Funeral boys and /girls, grades' 7-8-0 I Good Rubber and I Good) I Paint FOR mission, Radio and Heater t .
i11.5 '
} ,. 'Games and dancing will be: GOING f'OR- '' .
available so come on down
: '. :
Starke Postoffice and enjoy a night of fun. FULL FULL
'\or \\ OIES''OU.E: !' \' .\I.L i $$195-00 $65.00 $$295.00
Accepting Bids
<
: : : .: .: Women's volleyball is now PRICE PRICE
. In at the Armory
Postmaster T C. Hazen Jr. progress
. has announced that the each Tuesday night at 7 p.

.: No Matter How You Look At It Starke accepting post office bids for Is currently the- m.playing All may women register Interested by just In 1954 CHEVY /2 TON PICK-UP 1960 RENAULT DALPHINE)

coming to the Armory on ""
furnishing of
parcel post; service.a vehicle for Tuesday nlgnts. Very ('lean. Good; Tires. A True FULL .l-Door. Clean Inside Black Color's'*, i i FULL

"This It for a one year I Hunting Truck Complete With Gun TRICE and Brand New Tires All The Way f PRICE
period with the Govern. THE BRADFORD Rack Inside (Check This Price) Around.

I It Is TIME To Save At three ment's more option one to year renew periods for," I COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished $345 $195

Hazen said.Interested. I every Thursdayat
parties may 138 W. Call= St..
.. contact the Starke post Starke, Fla. 32091 Check These and Many Others From $100 to $6001
master for\ further

$ =t Savings and Loan Association *AXSf. I tion and bid forms.< Informa-I Second at class Starke postage Fla. paid Take Your Pick While They Last!


TI THE RIGHT POINT for the Subscription Rates:
: ,
OF STARKE
. way' you write. Come In and In trade area: 93.50 per

- 218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-0300 IH'IN't your favorite ESTER., year; $2.00 six months. BALDWIN CHEVROLET
r -v- ROOK fountain TELE-
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pen. E. 1. :Matthews, editor and

. /L12O QUARTERLY ANTICIPATED- DIVIDEND RATE fjkb,', -' ; GH.\PII. I I publisher I INC.
Outside trade '
$1.00
area:
PER ANNUM: ( JS '' I 'I'
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THURSDAY. SEPT. 2:?. 1WU6!/ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.': STARKE, FTORID. .AOE TIIREEi
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Ann LongIs man. t',,Imty and, run thitm'i. hi. I nforeHtilil" Northerly 1.00011'0. H .dlHtfiui, .i* of two hundred.,
Mary Mis L. O. Powell .it Winterly dtroctlon. ulo'iif, ,. I ,'.try. t dli.tfiiicu of two itltfht and Miivrntvuno,, huudrodthH
gave an ...101| Northerly/ boundary/.. hundrnd, olffht nnd xcven- (12" .711) feet to
1 ComplimentedAt inspirational devotion. Mrs. dlManc* of one hundredeightynlnn tv-onn hundredth. ((105.71)feel ) \ point of beulnnlnirnt ."
Bridal ShowerMiss Buford Mitchell was accepted anl, fWD f n- I ,to .n point : run thence puhllr sale: to the highest
r for membership' and Mrs. ilreUtlm (ISHO2)' feet to i In n Southerly direitlon nlifltanre I and ):beat: bidder for cnnli. at the
i s point of l.cicinr.riK. of IWO bundled. Maul door i>.f the liradfoul. .
Mary Ann Long pros- Jerome Johns: to come into 1 IIC h t and n..v,inty-on. .. County Courthouse 'iri, H"k." -.
GLADYS r 1 bride of October 1 1. flu- Senior Club by promotion from" point of 'minium) hund' ',dthn' r2"H 71 feet t tf to T.'lorlilu. nt I II I IN I sill on f the
MOOTY pective from iii,> Junior Club. I thin fli'ftrrll"", ,,, ..1.| runu| .ltNorthctl I"t '..f..int' on mild Nrthrrlybumdnrv. ; I nth dav of Octoiu-r. A f> \1'lilnCMARUKH ': .
Phone 964-0651 was complimented at a delightful ) ,dlie, lion nt' rluhtapes. HII Id, |ifilnt' l>elriKlllnt I A DAItHV
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Ver I miscellaneous shower Mrs Maurice Wingate finance .. ,lo sold .Nortlifilvtionndnry. III II IIK" e of III'o hundred ,- I Clerk. ,Circuit curt
i the the home of Mrs. Loyree 'chairman passed out! n ilutnn,''> p, I ,. right and Hi'Veiilv-on. <* \\'llllHin A Norrln." J,. "fStorey
r I j .1 i dally checksheet to >i of two hundri-d., pla-lil and' 11IIIt", I OHTI 1) L"terlv Hobertn & Norris'
Brooker PTA Cocomise on Wednesday evenIng members to dur-I|I ft''-v"nt""-or" hI n .lIlniltliM'' \\"'"" of. a point *.f lie( \Ve..l Main' III'...'
be followed
of last week. Co-hostesses ((2"S. 71') feet' t., ;n| ,nil.run ICIfntlll, run 'theni' In uni llnr'oflorliln, ,
Plans Annual were Mrs Eve Godwin. Mrs. I-.B the month of October. It I them 'in, i Wi..t..i ,l\ !I-I.\' i dii ection, .itlotitrNortherl Alt.....nefor Plaintiffs
I Harold Godwin, Mrs Marian will furnish fun for members I (lrwI'I, t,'. ,mid, I |I'M"i. 111.. I i I, : ) honndary I !I' 9 iS

Halloween FeteThe I Cottle Mrs. Oeorge Shuford and a source of Income for
the club. I I
and Mrs. James B. Godwin.
P Brooker PTA met I The Cocomise home was October 20 was announce:!

September 13 to make plans I beautiful for the occasion 1 us the date for a Smorgasbord

for the annual Halloween I I with artistic arrangements of at the club building: at \i c' &

Carnival on Saturday Oct I I Troplcana. Pink Beauties,, 7'30 p. m. Entertainment will OPEN
I be furnished. Mrs. J. A Ortfn -
i Mal
i 22.The and Happiness roses.
following: committeesand I rolls leaves and tropical i '' Conservation chairman I a Until 7 p.m.

r chairmen were named: for announced that mem-
greenery formed a setting Friday andSaturday
r Refreshments: Jane Ellen Glenda PrevattIs I the flower arrangements. Woman's Club fccrs will be entertained at a c
; tour of the Camp Blanding
Hayes and Yvonne Emery. Mrs. Cottle greeted guestsat I
Program: Mrs. Hazel Har- EngagedTo the door and presented Hears Miss MundyOn area and DuPont project fol-

r rell. Marvin MooreMiss line lowed by luncheon at the Officers
them to the receiving Youth
Supper: Muriel Lee Kelly composed:!. of Mrs. Cocomise TopicThe I Club ono day the early:
chairman: Nellie Cone. Theo Olenda Prevatt part of November. Exact date
Miss Lon{r, her mother, Mrs
welfare of our handi-
Dyal. Mary Ann Bristol, Frie- daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. Eugene M. Long and Mrs. will be announced later FALL

da Mott Linda Andrews. C. Prevatt Jr.. of Starke and D. M. Pater Jr.. mother of capped youth should be the Mrs H H. Adams reportedon !
of the community
Olenda Andrews Mrs. V. R. Marvin Moore grandson of concern the activities of the Junior
t. the bridegroomelect.Mrs. .
of the Starke Wom.I

members Club
Ferguson Mamie Stalnaker. Mrs. Alice Moore of Lake James Godwin and I and Mrs. Hardy on the
Cora Lee Stalnaker Betty Butler will be united in mar- I an's Club; were told at their Little Women's Club.
Mrs. George Shuford pre- '
Vicki Devrick, Rabon. riage on Saturday Oct. 1. at sented the guests to Mrs. E. first meeting of the fall afternoon sea-. The hostesses served: a delicious COAT

: Pies: (Hazel Harrell and 7:30: p. m. In the Madison J. Dowling and Mrs. E. C. son held Wednesday sherbet course during;
Wm. S. JenningsTo Zulene of last week. the social hour.
I Harrell. Street Baptist Church. Long grandmothers of the I
Miss Clair
The speaker was
Wed Fruit Cake: Madge Hicks A reception will be held honoree and Mrs. D. M.
Saturday
Jean Mundy of Tallahassee, I
and Flo Qulcksall immediately after the cere- Pater Sr.. grandmother of
Cake Walk: Art Quicksall. In the church educational an Associate Professor of the THE IUOI1T POINT fur tile I
Mr.:: and Mrs. D. R. Devrlck mony the bridegroom-elect. Recreation Department of I I EVENT
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the and Dart Game: Carol Lee Jon- building. Mrs. Harold Godwin and I II
announce engagement Florida State University! :Miss way you write Come, In and
approaching marriage of their es and Flo Quicksall. All relatives and friendsare Mrs. Eve Godwin invited I I I
Mundy said! that contrary to I
daughter. Vicki to William S. Milk. Bottles: J. T. Bass N. invited to attend. guests Into the dining room : select your favorite EST"R.I:

Jennings. son of Mr. and Mrs. O Hayes Jr.. Clyde Oreen for refreshments. The table public opinion working with '

Robert Beach. Jennings of Daytona V Hub R.Seelbach.Ferguson Ned Hicks Birthday Party covered:linen cutwork with cloth an imported with Insets the not depressing mentally; retarded that was the) BROOK riK.tpii.) fountain pen. TKLE-; Long Coats Car Coats ;f: ,J II

children were happy and
For CowenSuzy :
Tractor Ride: Howard Suzy
of handmade lace Imported -
Both are seniors' at Florida showed a lot of affection for
State University. Vicki la a Dogulas. Ernest Edwards J. from Italy was centered those who work with them. 1'I'II: iiiiriir .'
W. Kelly Paul Cowen celebrated her rnl It'r in Fabrics
student and Bill la Emery. with an eXQul<el1ver T II K: Luxury
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nursing: after "Often when they go back II'" 1'" .11 1111 Iii .
majoring in theology and phy- Cakes: Yvonne Emery. eighth birthday Friday candelabra holding burning C'mi "IIIor' ." .UI"" '. INM
Hot Dog Stand: John noon' when her mother. Mrs. candles centered into public society they have > KOII Illl "DI-OMII C'III'-l '
yellow .
and .
chology.The Rlggs. Ann Savage Ethel I II Charlie Cowen. gave a party (too much unplanned leisure. Tl IN 1111\1. ..::10. I .u.eu.. Trimmed
with an exquisite silver candelabra Fur
1:1-\11:1.: : : Many
wedding will take place and so are not happy until .
Bass Ida Lee and Bobby for her in their large family .
i holding burning yellow I I"'H/I.
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Saturday afternoon Sept. 24, they return to the Institu- M: Moi"Rim and
Hawkins. room. candles and centered :JliiiH-iiret' I I'. ;Moiganhli .
at 5 o'clock in the First Baptist "
I Fish Pond: Jean Douglas,! Roses and fall flowers were with a massive arrangement tion. the speaker said. The wife. fti.n. Tn

I I Church of Starke. Madfre Hicks Carol Susan. used to highlight points of of sunlight roses and delicate nation-wide trend Is, to have I'lulnllrr' F.r"rbw I

A reception] will be held Immediately I Parade.:! : Edith Melvin. Mae Interest in the party room yellow carnations with nar- community centers In each: liinllne"H ,, K\unn: .niirflu, ;Mu'tgag.' $ o
] following the ceremony occasion. The region! to help such Individuals -
Dell Green Linda. and Tommy for the refreshment row yellow satin ribbon and .
in the recreation room. Cox. table was covered Woman's Clubs me be- KllMK. ,, H (Irlffln,
streamers. Mrs. H H. Adams
All friends are Invited to at Novelty Booth: Mrs. Ellis. with a "Happy Birthday"cloth romln a pint of the plan IHhllHlMlllll." ,
presided at the silver coffee IUCrt'udnnt." \3
tend.' Raffle with matching napkins ning/ for such proJects Miss &
: Grace Blgham.
service and Mrs. Eugene L. ao'1'11'1! "I"!' M tl KNolli'i'
Shirley Green Margie Lewis. and was centered with a cry- Matthews poured punch. :Mundy slid.Mts. I |I. liernhy, .KlVi-n tlint.l

Beta Sigma Phi King and Queen Contest: stal punch bowl filled with Magnolia trees were placedat W. H. Hart Introduced |ntr.unul" | |I.. n. fliiuI. 01..rrrr ofr"rndn.urv

Leroy and Joyce Stokes ire and Coca-Colas. Around !vantage points in the large the speaker:: which bean! ,..Him entered. ,, ,In In the the"'niioveentitled "IK,, III Others $20 and Up \ 4

Oamma Theta Chapter of A chicken pilau supper will the bowl was a garland of dining room where the gifts the programs for the club Court of )llrudford County., Florliln. ,

Beta Sigma Phi will hold Its be served at $1 per plate coral vine and lIgustrum. At were displayed on tables. year centering around youth. I will .Hell. the "property\ Hit.. 1 O i.
mite In 1I..rroo' County, h'loi, ,
regular meeting Monday vlUi pie and, coffee 25 cents. 'one end of the table was a Orchid corsages were presented Letters of resignation from 10''". ,ileHi-lllied'' n M: Fur Trimmed Un-Trimmed I '

night. Sept 26. at 8 o'clock birthday cake topped with to Miss Long'!, her mother the club from Mrs. C. J. "A "parrel, of 'land, ennlulnInK ,

In the home of Mrs. James I Hospital Auxiliary eight candles. Mrs. Pater and the Houpt president Mrs A. J one. I'l ) n"Te, Ivlnic. 'Inthi Wools, Corduroys, Vinyl 'r ,
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The 15 little enjoyed Thomas '''Jr.. first I > HouthweHt 'iinarter' (Sv'j -
guests
Bloodwoith. 334 N. St. Clair three grandmothers Miss vlcepres'dent '
% > of Sn1l'It weal, IIIIMI, Pilesl! /'
Street. Hears CUBB Head games with prizes and were Long received a silver and cut Mrs. Guy Sale second; ter (M\V,, > of S.-1. Ion thli.,.. Suedes qnd Deep ,

/ On Health AidesThe given favors of nut cups filled i glass lazy susan from her sice-presldent, and Mrs.Herbert ty-flve (.Ifil.. Townnhlp nix' .I. )
((6)) Month Ito age. ,twentvtwo Colors Plaids!
with candles. Thomas were tend Many Solid "
hostesses as a memento of (Ci3> Hunt:, llru'irorilCounty ,
Bradford County Hos Mrs. Fred Johns of New the occasion. and approved with regret. l 1"lnlotll. and. bring.
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pital held its regular meeting River assisted Mrs. Cowen in Assisting the hostese! In the The new slate of officers more" ,pin'tl -iilnrly' ,deHfrlbi'dIIH I Pile Linings, Quilt LiningsComplete ,

Monday night in St. Mark's serving. dining room was Mrs Nate Mrs. Ouy Sale president Mrs follown:
PLACE THISRESPONSIBILITY
DON'T I I
C. W Beckett first Shes. .Petite USE CARP'S
Parish House with Mrs. D. M. Dyal. vlceprexldent Coiiimeni lit' the IntermT'lion ,
Lawn Problems and Mrs H. OBellinger of 'the WKHleily" 'lioundiirv CONVENIENTLAYAWAY
< 'Pater presiding/ the absence Approximately 75 !guests ', of the ,,rlirht-of-u, Misses Half Sizes!
Juniors
second vice-presi' ,
I of the president Mrs ,Need Close WatchIn were Invted to this delightful of Plate... Koud H-lllOA and
ON YOUR FAMILY! 'Loyree Cocomlse. affair. dent was presented and:! ap th> Northerly. boundary ofthe
I proved. Mrs. Sale announced ,,..III-oor.WII v of a Ito,, II-
After the business meeting Fall SeasonWith .
that Mrs. Edward road UN fleHirllied In I>e*>dllool i
Mrs! Pater Introduced P. Recent BirthsMr. Hall wouldbe '< 41, |..UK.2(2, ( of tlie,,
Nolln. executive director T'I! fall Just around the the new program" chair- pilMIr, re< orflH of .,,11 I

CUBB relay. Union Baker'l) corner there are several lawn and Mrs Richard P.

1I Bradford 1 Economic problems to keep close watch Dowling of Pago Pago American -

cy. Inc.. who gave on. Samoa, announce the

Hon on the Home InrOrma-j One Just beginning to crop/ birth of a son. Paul McLean .

I Aides training up on many lawns Is worms. Dowling III. on Sept. 7. Maternal

the four counties are sponsoring The three major ones to grandparents are Mr.

I Mr. Noun stated that check on are sob web worms and Mrs. F J. Pellum of .

the protect director' will be, rut worms and fall]) army Starke. ,
slim and trim.
\. Dr. A. Y. Covlngton and the worms. Light

The election of a f"""? no ftUft\fllt' tt e training class will be taught Their main food supply is Bradford:! [County Hospital .

!hal ibould lava be by Miss Doris Peeples. who Is I the grass itself and in the announces the following
arbor wponiibiiity a registered professionalnurse. process feeding these worms births: .

peed on to someone eta. II U difficult to Her duties will be to I can completely ruin a well- Mr. and Mrs. Rolald Wil- .for the modern homemaker !

nuke a comet; choic( under trying cireiunluncei. train and supervise! the : cared for yard. llan Whitman Brooker. a .
I trainees. For the first class)I On fertilizing lawns at this daughter
erected Rhonda
mnnoml! Diane.Sept. .
own
Hive
your the trainees will be both men I time of year Dr. Oranvllle 15.

"sow. *.W. lllo) ', lime "" devote< !wept and women who. ace 45 years Horn associate turf techno- .Mr. and Mrs. Miller Lewis

to choke I ot age or above with low income i :'OKtat with the Florida Agricultural Johns. Lake
un" nd fotctlouglit> your Butler a son.
i Experiment Stations, John Patti
Sept. 18.
LeI m .uht! you,. to chooilng"" a tea I Anyone interested In this! says now through November Mr and Mrs. Ronald WIN E. Glamourest
training should contact their li the best time. Murphy
4"uliiy memorial 1 KM U1 wig. ifcqu ''ycumnemonu county Health Department. | In North Florida September -I Martha Ann Starke.Sept a 18.daughter R-c217) fiA-i

)your' We and pertonility' e* I After a question and answer Is a good timer" to fertilize

period refreshmentswere all lawns "except the centipede -I
cl ]duuly; number .
IbuM your
Mil
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served by Mrs. H A varieties. I IV TUB <'iH tir rotnr or1

k- e Lawson and Mrs. J. W. Kin- "i would recommend f".OIlI' 1:1(11.1'11: Ji UI- .

fll-a.- cald. strongly that those having (mi I U.to eta KO ( II' Iv I\I. II rue / Silver Label Extra Firm
CaO
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centipede not fertilize anymore C .'.\' .::11".

ROSIERMONUMENT Garden Club this year." Horn said Edward; M IJiililryrliiliitlff J4i This Is sheer luxury In
.. llvor| | x41; L w. mattress sleeping
"If ? u'
centipede grass goes Into -
VH of the word. The beautiful
To Begin SeasonThe every sense
CO. the cold weather in a succulent Helen +.tr.Lal. k
I II Oul.lrv dtL i .r-'* ; __ r1) W, t.A ., floral cover is "Puff-Quilted" to foam on
condition rerult, J'efendunt s
Starke Garden Club as a 74w. ti '. -.d + both sides for unaurpa.sned smoothness and
\f>. II.: op ?
Owned and j "MI ir
Home of fertilizing there will be a 1 i. "
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will start off their FaU season TO: Helen' II. Uuldry Jon" |pop. L'c.efNt-"a luxurious'sleeping comfort. Malone has
lot of winter kill. F"
Operated By pith a covered dish supper Carolina l la p Street ChnrlKHton. .Smith t"1'L ,.,x. t9v t,, r '' covered the entire spring unit on both

:\I.\I RViN ROSIER and meeting on Monday'I' Irrigation Is also important VOIWIL.T. PLKAKK: 1'\Ki:; ,? sides with a resilient layer of foam that ""Jo
the winter months.
night at 6:30: p. m. at the during; NOTICE that 'i1 -V--V.-
a unit for dlvonenaa 1 is guaranteed to be comfortable and fresh}
FinancingWith : ,
Convenient home of Mrs. Paul Raymond Horn explains' that the grass i been riled -ulimt. you In j .,. I fur and
Up to :3 241 S. Water street. doesn't die but only flows .Ijdlrlal the Circuit Court at 'the ,Might.. years years.
down Its growth and becomes Circuit.' 'In und For
Years To Pay. Mrs. Jessie Young pro- Bradford County Klui 'Idj. In,
dormant. This Is especially which' ,
Kdward: .M 1. luldry IH ih.''
will
chairman presentMrs.
gram true in northern sections Plaintiff, and yon are 'the, lie
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W. :Madison .
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Earl Jones accredited fendanl.'
Flower Show Judge who will where cold snaps are not un- You aa herehy requested' i. 4995

HIONE.S give a lecture and demon- common.On rue your unxwpr or other,
Off. 969.1261-Starke sandy soils the turf ,pleadingto the Hlaliillffii'
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stration on flower arranging.Members Complaint: with' .
the Clerk ot
specialist watering in the It'
says
Res. 782.365I.awtey: reminded to raid ( u I
au Court and to nerve u # -
Fall should be done about v p a Irv'
I bring written questions on '" py thereof upon the. I'lulii-' p
I I'. O. Box 1118 every two days. On loamy llff'. attorney of record If Mattress or Box Spring
horticulture for the questionbox. ..
I soils about every four days JUKI Ixn. 113 South. Main, '

end on clay soils a weekly or Street before Oalnegvllle, 'the Und' Flulldu day' of Ortc.b on-, r Foam Rubber or Innerspring, Twin or Full

schedule will do. .r, 19H8.; otherwise. H Decroi-

BRADFORD For those wanting to keep analnat Pro Confe.no you.Thin ... will be ..n''..,..., Silver Label Super King Size 19995 set

k L their lawns green throughout nolle. .Rhall he ",,,1,11.10. IIONt r .4' ATTHeccFT
the ear.. "overseed" with ad In the Bradford County, Tel,,
ROPING CLUB ryegrass at 10 pounds for I egruph each week. for four ((1)conercutlve ) I DENMARK
FURNITURE CO.
each 1.000 weeka tlio 'Irxl"
square feet
publication date to b. the JVml. .
day of .September. A.U. 19',0.', .
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WITNESS my hand and Neal
at Mturke. Bradford County'
Will Continue To Have THE RIGHT POINT for the Florida' Iblll Hth day or Heplemher 134' W. CALL STREET I PHONE 964-4321
way you write. Come In and A D. I9H4.CHARLES.

Their Shows On Sunday elect BROOK your fountain favorite pen.F.TELE-T.R-: By Clerk 13."I..h1., of ;Circuit A.. aloofly PAltRY Cnurt. Makers of the famous SPRING AIR:BACK, SUPPORTER'MaHrtis: -


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in Europe and graduatedrom I daughter Leigh Vera Pey-
.. Over Macclenny/ 1 : the University of Bonn.I ton; Bon Robert Peyton; and

Uermany He retired- In 1961, I two brothers Charlea and

I SPOR.TS I' niter I 22: veers' service in the SIdney Peyton all of Jacksonville -
j I k L S. Navy. During his: naval .

Tornadoes RompTo to }G R "t career he served with the I
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diplomatic service as a naval
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26-0 VictoryRomping Mrs Vera Peyton, a I II 'l'ELEGRAPIi.UA .


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IIIUIIUI I U ItMI'Lt PRESENTS -
I 1 WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR I
2B-0 over B.ikei ('''''I'h Horse send! iftei! !ni' ,

County m their 1966 openoi" "game the aerial .itt.uk" WHIP I HAMID-MORTON NEW '66 SHRINE
,before home fans Frlitnv< nightConch !: take Home work The pursed
David Nurse and his de- liunmng gamp :MrLend<1 '.11 I IseKMtli1

fending Class A slute cham ed overshadowed ompletmv>
pions made their first step toward 1 the spotty pawning! / however I
two In a row look easy, | as the Tornadoes just couldn't 1 I

The Tornadoes green back- I I Ibe stopped on the ground. I
Held and nil growled and I Veteran fullr-nck Rand 1 1I
roared, for 200 yards the first J.loyner rolled up 110 Yards, a ; 1

half but the second period ,I seven< yard average, and had tMS OVLN
ended 60. Then they came out a 20 yard TD I sprint foi the -I I II

for the second half! and battered l night's leading performance 1R1SAjSRN. ADULTS I IQct.
the Wildcats for three 1 Halfback David Shannon a I R.Mno'" s.... .$%,50 IS
TD's and a safety.. ':.peedv 1 letterman had !86 vards p (Promcnod end. Bout'
eo.B. Admiute I
$1 SO
A holding penalty late in the In 11 attempts, an eighta\d I MpTl-1EES ?
3 (Ceo..r M...anin.) g gI
the and u sparkling 28
second period deprived average SHOWS
i I CHILDREN Tornadoes of another TO It yard Tl/) run. 2 NIGHT ...... ... 12) I
At Samford S..s. . .2S|
was an easy win but JUAt one. QUal'lel ba'kVI1>"e MoLeod t 4. Agner I &... A......... .$|.OO
small step toward a second<1 was the night's biggest! .111 I V Vi I
straight 12-0 season .. praise however, he proveda Siimforil" University football rmu-h .1. Armstrong <1itUHH 6REI1 INTERHITIRNRI PERlRRMERS 1I
Performing up to expectations quick, effective runner :M<
his favorite with "Iulhlufr)111 ,Florida
< (H MUhjvct a new / I
the formidable Tornado Leod rushed for 72ards m d,
forewall 'was almost Impene- 13 attempts a\\: : average 4 r r! fullback\ :Mickey Agnrr, of Sturke former slur running i I '

trable, aJlawlmg the Wildcats and one TD in his first football c back for t'OlU'h,1'111\ Hiirse'p. 106.1: state i'luunploii Tormidowi. I 1145 loot Ado"", Str.PERFORMANCES.. T......._ JS4-204C1 I II
only 41 yards rushing. The in over two years. It was his Pd, laws 30-5,30, ,
green defensive secondary was first varsity, grid game as well I < Agncr figure prominently in' 'tifl(( /grid plans at the' s.t., Oct, 1-5:30: .,m. Sun.:, fimi..itjcr; ;.m 1-2:30, Sun.'. O.t.2-SOO pw.: ..._ I

also effective limiting the as t he> first time he had ever Birmingham, Ala. iinl\erslty, and .IK currently running/ jN'o. :21i 1 I .....nd J.oH on Sal *t Coils.,.,,, Bo. Office Up to Show Tim

Cats to 30 yards In the air, quarterbacked" a t d i lit fullliuck III his freshman year.I I I . . . . . I
although it wasn't' often that The first TD came with Just
the Big Red forewall allowed 33 seconds left in the first I

Baker Cotmy quarterbacks period when Wayne McLeod .:
Steve Portertleld and Paul went off tackle for six yards Lloyd Dyal

Dyal long to throw. to climax n 65 yard drive. He
very halfback, David Shitnnnn Moore the Torniul Led by the Big Red line had a big assist from his bro Elected ASCCommitteeman
the Tornado ground game wasa ther Paul, a Junior halfback :( 1111&lII..t,: :.Miu'cli-nny on u 28 yard' dash. The speedster (gained fHI/ yards lit I 11 I attempts

potent weapon, eating up also playing in, hU first varsity I .ILH. tlm. I9H5 defendiiiK. m|>,H .liiit out the Baker' eleven 30..-1'ln.to by l t"timiXHlhiirn. !>' ATTENTION !

409 yards. The inexperienceof grid contest, who reeled I \\" .
the Tornado backfield was off-u n _28_ rant( .run from the i
evident in the passing attack, Wildcat 23 yard line. Lloyd Dyal of Brooker was
however, which was good for The Tornado qua.rterb.ickalso ; !| yner's( TD. Taking PoilerJlheld's ,,, must identical 2S yard sprints, I end Lorry Broun also reached elected to a thiee-jenr term

only 25 yards Rookie quarterback I ;, cross! the the golden: I I punt on Ins own 40 ,'' both off right tackle Joyner Dyal\ He simply tmik the. foot'I on the Bradford County ASC ALL CITIZENS INTERESTED IN THE '
Wayne JIcLeod. has receivers stripe late the second period I yard line. Belote raced to theI1 i aided to the Baker 28 from ''I ball from Dyal's arms beforehe Committee, it was annou.1ced.Iftel' I. :'
,Baker' 20' before he was finally vvheie. the speedy Shannon outraced hit the jjtounil{, and. raced '
mall ballots
and the ball In after engineering! a 60-yard were
open drnggedduum after" a twisting. I 1 everybody to the goal 78 yards for n tone hdown Thi!
\ cOlm.1 WELFARE
ted in the OF BRADFORD
agricultural COUNTY
the air, but the two were" nut drive, but u holding penaltymoved
and churning thiough several on the second pl-iy. big end, 6-3 und l 11m pounds. is.
often near enough together at I the ball back to the tug Wednesday morning.A
ta 'kleix. Shannon's Til the Tornadoes the Tornadoes lone
< put Negro"
the Ramie time. Wildcat 25.Sophomore, total of 192 ballots were I
On first down then. fullback up 19-O with 10:46: remaining player, the first" on the!> grid I
It looked as if some practice Billy Belote returned {I .
.TO 'n.eI' raged around right end in the llnal\ period. squad.! He hud never plnyedfiMitbull CastElected
alternates '
and more experience might a Wildcat punt 40 yardsIn as were i
for his TD and the Tornadoes: Behind three TO's lhe1101-
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correct that however, and the third to set before the'ul''cnt season James Gabkins and B. |
period up'lied I the then their'
12-0 with 3.41: left in cuts put together E'I
but he knew where to gwith o Reddish I BE SURE TO ATTEND
third period. I longest, and only, drive of the
Keeping- the Wildcats in the night on a 22 yard. run by the plJ'lIkln'I"1lluy, night, Others already serving\ on I

HEALTH FACTSA hole all the night long the halfback\ Mike Thrift and Kml: l Joey Reese added two, the committee are Leaton COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING
Moi Jr. and Clyde Cone.
Big Red I defense can be given three long penalties againstthe PAT' for the Tornadoes in gan I
fall on the street or in the home can cause a ,credit for setting up the third Tornadoes! four tries.
great variety of detrimental effects on the spine. I TD. Elmer Crews punted from Disaster still dogged his own 25, after the Cats Wildcats< and the Tornado I (Kaker. I ,
Usually, the first part of the body to strike the iFor H. B. Peyton
i failed to gain a single yard in forewall turned the drive Into '''IrstfWn./ .. 17 5 '
hard surface is the pelvis and lower "section of the I' 10:00 A.M.
three tries Belote took the Bradford's fourth' TD. Puttingthe Yds. Rushing< 409 41 Former ResidentFuneral :
spine. If the shock is too great and the supporting long 44-yard punt and returned rush on the Wildcat quarterback Yds. Passing! 25 30 I, I

.. structures of the spine are not strong enough to It 15 yards to the Tornado Dyal, aa he attempted Passes Compl't. 3-8 4-11 services for retired I II IN THE COURTROOMAt

withstand the SUDDEN IMPACT: the vertabrae 44. to pass. Captain Jim Godwin Passes Int. by 0 0 Navy Commander! Harold B ,'

in the lower spine may be jolted out of position.The From there it took Joynerand rushed through to nail Punts 1.21 7-40 I Peyton, of Jacksonvillepie ,
effects of such an injury could be serious hack Shannon just two plays Dval behind' the line I Fumbles,, lost by 1 3, held at 11 a m. Wednesday
reach with two al- At the time defensive I Yds Penalized! :55; ti, t
to pnyclirt same [ in the HardaKP & Sons
i iSouMiaide All Persons Will Be
pain.,bladder disturbances' kidney disorders, men I Which Time Heard
strual! distress:, and others. Funeral Home
many
(SENIOR CITIZENS"J : |most worthwhile cause," Hen. vith Rev. C.V.. MrOehee, of
Even a minor spin.-il injury; can result in an unlimited ,,School Lunches ley said. tile Unitarian Unlverallst Who Wish To Express An Opinion On

variety of distressing effects. Under such. I I I The Lions will also have Church
"I we increase Social a I officiating. Burial
conditions the accident victim might suffer some I To Cost Same I Security propose Benefits. for all," supply of brooms for Role was in Oaklawn Cemetery The Location Of The Proposed

remote illness for years, never associating,! it with alt President. Johnson to the I I Henley expressed confidence with military rites at the
spinal shock sustained in the fall or accident. Board RulesIn I delegates of the National in the cooperation of the public sraveslde. New Courthouse.
I I Council of Senior Citizens in and I In the nntioip.ited success Mr. Peyton, a former resident I-
PHONE YOUR CHIROPRACTOR. AN a special meeting Tuesday -( the White! House rose. gardenon of this fund-raising campaign of Starke died Saturdayin

APPOI.VniENT TODAY! the Bradford June 3. : a Jacksonville hospital I
night
: THIS MAY BE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO
j Senior Citizens are,
County School Board adopt after a brief illness. He was'
TOMORROW NEVER COMESA ed a resolution setting/ the ing petitions. and\ (' I'lrClllllt-1' ,Scout Troop born in Quitman, da and

( puhlic service of the North East Florida price cents. of for school all lunches elementary at 30 I gressmen natures to so present that future to steps Elects LeadersBoy had, lived moving in: there Jacksonvillesince from II BE HEARD ON THIS VITAL MATTERBE I't

Chiropractic Assn.) I will be taken to raise our pensions Starke in 1962.
school children, and 35 cents Scout Troop 70 hold its :
I, tar all students from grades to costs.Medicare meet. today's souring i j jliving I annual election, of Troop Lend- Mr. Peyton was educated l SURE TO ATTEND--BRING A FRIEND

... 7 1 through 1 Z. :: seems to be \l'ol'k-I I era for 1-166-67 with the following
... The action was taken fol- selected corned into the troop with an''
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r' .. ing smoothly our communitv. i
"t '!'owins! protests from school Patrol Leaders. Impressive Tenderfoot cere-
: Buddy Paterson -
: ," 4.a Yl. After, nJI.,nUl' doctors a nil | This Space Sponsored Hy
patrons: ; 'wh<1' objected to a the Robin ,iMullin, Mark I ceremony I
\ people of this area have
."1ht'Arilltlon!, In the price found a very close! : union and Crawford, and Billy Myrlck Dr. R. S. Mulllns, representing -' CITIZENS' COMMITTEE FOR COURTHOUSESITE.
J of lunches at different doctor and patient |, QUill tenna..ter. : Stanley Day the Rotary. Club, presented
relationj
j II
r school of Individual Sergeant-at-Arms, : IJ, b b Y < Bruce Haddock, the Senior ,, .
; ship is deep .significance -
'
\ j The board also authorizeda and concern.. !Knight. Patrol Leader of Troop 70, I
stu.v of th" feasibility ofI \ Scribe: :Mike Cissy.Woodiov I with a new American flag and ,
As the Medicare
programimproves
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&! tj J adnptlni! uniform menus for' so will the services' Orlfna WAS wel- n new troop flag I -
I / ) el'! chool 1'inchrooms I .
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consolidated\ '
etuof
new < \ Coolness
In the mornings re-
L>'i< rout"<. and a few minor minds ., .
us that cold\ weather Is
.ianiie were: made The onlymao .ahead and It is now time to

oJ : p.oblem: ; disclosed watlne ht'ck oa: our heating' eqUip- / Miss
I fac- that! Albert Tys-m's: ment as to cleaning and impairs You Can't Your GoalWhen

ba' tan: : =,rxrtinz NeiTro .stuC't' Our old< bones need heat
>e'wecn: Starke and and we dare not wait unt I

I-avtfcv ger- 'i-, l". carrying'ORap cltv 88 passen-I I the Come last minute.to our Senior Citizen" You Go All The Way With

S-hvj.! sup"riniendent Tom meeting, Sept 27 at 7:30:: p 'min
Cusi-v v, oj" study will be the Sim'ke Ke('ru.it.ion Cen-
4 made" to: .e what can bE: ter arid join in the fun. .
'--.' J don<- to remedy this! sltua- NATURALCHS
t.'>r
Lions Launch \
: : : CPbt'! > also reported to th"

4a ; t hoard for the! that n.w preliminary/Hampton plan and Sale Of Bulbs

Brooker -scnools have been ) 7W
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approved in TallahasseeIn bthe tale office And BroomsThe


,". other action thex.>11:d Star k.. Lion Club w.ironxJiK ,, -
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approved the following ti'.ch- .t an iil-iut drive .
. ers who had}, not been actedon Thursday! Sept 22, to s.elwtrif .. 4 \ "IT'S NOT THE SAME WITHOUT THE
. ", e' previously I : light; bulbs to i n'"

. "'t Biadfo'd: Hit. School dent ofStaike. and areas. .u.'- FLAME"
. ," < '<.L 'i'<( h Charles L Baetzman. Cath-! cording to an announcement )h v' t 4
1t'E'n\1: Baker Cahrla V Carl Henley tub president. : s H'.fr.y
: J//. f.;'" Don2 Jp.IB''d: Oe-al- "Every cent of the pro. ced .y a.# it-' 4 I

. dine! R Coif man. Oyona: Elice \\ .::1 1 go for, the punhm-' )

.: 1a : :.>>... ,a ... w. .( .... ...I.d ner.DIt! .et.Linda Barbara B. Lynn Orantham Gard-,I eye UraJford glasses County for ,the and needy foi theEye in .,,. Modern fuel is like modern football you need all the power

Sus",m B. Uaaralafaxle: Bank in Gainesville," f + of a fullback the fastness of a halfbakc, the smooth operation
Join The Wheels Of Progress Wendell Kelly Robert E. Henley aiidI ,
Lopes Reid :Mullins. Adrlan- I The light bulbs. will be sold] i ne Lee Roberts. Sandra Lee In handv I'roJeet-Paks. eachi
Rosenbcruer. Bll'ie! Rozrman,i i containing four 60-watt. two d' team to go all the way. Naturally these are the convenience!
i Vote For Sharon E Smoak Lots! J.j 75-watt, and two 100-watt
Stephens, Sh'rlev VincentCirolvn .,, bulbs at the regular price of Let Us Make A Survey Of that Natural (;Jas offers you. You can go all the way and j go

r L Son ZalftiskiSouthMrtc Houser Katherine : n.Kvery householdei ran use Your Needs Today! faster with cooking i water heating. refrigeration heating, air

k light bulb, and thin drive af-
Neil TuckerCITY j'i
Elementary: conditioning incineration and clothes
drying.
I
Cynthia Craven Cobb Ruth fnrdat an opportunity to get a NO COST '. NO OBLIGATION .
good supply while helping. ; a
.v. Ann Duncan. Jane P. iOod ey,(I FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 9134.2331NATURAL; \
Vivian rnlvert: Kntse.!:: Sandra Y.oiine J.. Long, Leila A I

COUNCILMAN W, !Miller.Brooker. I Evans. ,,
JunforWe'i Carof .I RJE IliUh School: E.sthe ,
Ann Sa.sadu! .' Mar:.. Allen, Eahrnt A Dwn'I i OS\\K) ( DAVIS GAS DEPARTMENT CITY OF '
GROUP :3 J Lawtey Junior Ht;lJ..; Martha -I lap. Patrick Dunlap Lonnl-I :
'I Utility Director: STARKEPU1F
.rasa L. Mood Nancy' Lee Johnson. Verma 8, Johnson
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j.I'lnmsuy,-i-- SKl'T. 22 1 IIHI6 BK tlirORI. t'OtWTr TRMMillPII.; NTARKf) .ITOHIIl.. V .' "a': :',vIC I
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house th' city's small pick-up''''...?.vv..v..v..v.l :nil was productive In that! 1! Public Urged To Suggest 'Health Staff 1966 Commodity Diverted Acres
I IcI I I
Council
Hears
; truck used to fightCrass/ we are trying to work togother : -
fires Volunteer Firenan We expect this to be the: Attends Meetingi
Harry Green told:! the council SHOP TALK{ 1 ttKinnlns of many things I Conservation Projects By ASCS ,i i May Be Grazed Starting Oct. 75Farmers '

,- Requests Force that will benefit our citizens. I l I members of the -
The $2.000 would pay for By Peter J. Novnk This is lust another Indicator II I Local government t er..- IW".h'cl fintimber. -s:''imlfl. ... I Bradford County lli'Ult'i' De- who diverted, ,\ 'nieage I niodily! programs Hay on such:
laying the blocks pouring! I General it:, nager i>f business and: agriculture 'III, government( OI.g"anll.-1 "We are also !interested "Inv i pKrlm.'iit:? will attend the annual under the 1068\ feed, /grain,, icreages still may not be bar-
More the floor and the material working hand In hand.: I tiuns and imliv: duals aujf(cstii.s for beHUtilluation- I I meting( of the Florida: program will soon be able! to vested
MoneyA Green said, and the volunteers AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIYour An exampla of business and ed I In community inipnivo.iiont conservation t !projects:, that t will | Public health" Association to graze this acreage without Land diverted under ..theConservat.on
are ini ted to suggest" new ,nail be held In Hollywood. .; benefits Lepton I
will do everything else I Chamber of Commerce I I education working in an attitude .lot only solve conservation ; ep- losing program Reserve Program
water, woodland, nn-1 wildlfeconservation tember 2d to October 1. :: Jr., chili nvin, ArlruJtnral program
$30,050 budget request. including providing the recreation : has really been busy I I of spirited cooperationv !problems but 'also Improve the. I Morgan # or Cropland Adjustment
.. equipment. attempting: to learn all aoout i ould be the conducting of activities that appearance of farms and the An Interesting program her StAb II 11t tlnn and may not be I grazed or
I $883 over 1965. was entered the "chicken business" in i study might be rmriwl I out under the entiie community," Mr. Wil- I been arranged with prominent Cranserviitlon l County Commit- ,harvested through the whole
labor availability
l by 'the Starke-Bradford Recreation The council also heard from a ,
1037 Agricultural Conservation .
announced.Starting
has
toe t
Bradford County and we which concluded this week lums empihll I Department;: at the CUBB Executive Director ,
P'I have come ta: the conclusionthat but which could not have Program! EmeryVI1- Suggestions for special ACP and the following will : date for such graz- Bradford County farms par-
regular city council meeting ''T. NoUn In connection ,,, ; Chairman the Florida '
I our poultry business just bean I: possible without thr l.ama. of projects:> should be submittedo leave here Wednesday morning Inff will be October 15. mork.tiR ticipating In !the 1966 commodity
i Tuesday night as rive city'smoney a Neighborhood Youth Corps Stabillieatior
:iiVt "chicken feed." interest and support of our Agricultural : tha local ASC County Com- tc attend: Dr. .\. Y. Cov- the end. of the 6monthpprlo.1 diversion number -
problems gained dl- project to be instituted here and Conse-vntlon State Committee programs
It is reasonably safe state- school officials. The study nitee or to the Agricultural\ ington Health Oftlc'f'l'frs: du.lnwhich, / the no-
menslon in the face of the this November. The program a announced : about 58. Approximately
f proposed $650.000 bond issueP employs;: persons\ from low Income ment to say that our poultry should: provide us with very "We are especially Interest- Service Stabilization office and In Conservation OalneHVlllu.. !Mildred Hitchcock. publlIipnUh grazing under p" oVIIiI"n1'1 the diversion' in pro-effect l.r>08 acres! are diverted from,
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to enlarge the plant. ; families between the business Is now the largest valuable( Information. The
power 'il I i'.i HUKKe.ston for / : nurse. of surplus
;/ peclal I the
production
I rrams.
'A1 request for $2,000 to ages of 16 and 21. The Brad- ringle industry in Bradford University of Florida: will analyze All project proposal will
build i a ecreatlon-work room :ord County project will em- County. This fact his been the: data and we shouH ACP solve projects that will hellto IK considered by the Stale ii.v.l : The Health Departmcni 'rho ClUMrman.' stressed how- I crops under the annual pro-

P onto the fire station was also ploy 100 in-school students brought to light by a survey have a complete! report sometime pr blems community: ," the con.sprva.ion chairman- ounty ASC Committees' when i) ;- w'.l!: remain: open .vitr 'war thnt \this program relaxation grams.(
n entered by the city's volun- eight hours per week. 50 persons that George HuRgins and : In November.The explained. ney met to determine how the clerk! and a nurse! ot regarding use of the arre-"
teer firemen. of school age but not I ir I Bobby Taylor I lour County Chamber expresses it". he available funds can bestbe duty during the absence o ;gc applies omy to ,grazing: !
.." ; "We have the same pains chool for 32 hours per week, Anentsl I. two representativesof sincere! appreciation to the Under special ACP projects used and the types of cun- above. Inmre.H' diverted' from pronu Classified Ad In The Telegraph -
xtin fun.1sJ'e! allocated to
all. everybody else money.." and next summer would em- The Extension" Servlc of''! citizens in Starke for the sup- to ] them ervmion/ practices most 'needed ( I lIOn under :'m,> a.mwtl 1 I'uni-' / brine result
.a.mers help
Chairman Carl Hurst told -iinv ln't 1 students:! 32 hoursper the University of Florida (I'I port given the urban renewa'referendum I carryout to meet the con.se.rvatlonlue.l.s
'the Recreation Board. In week. and yours truly are presently This will now conservation. pa('tlces of the counties and tw _____ _nn.. .
which will benefit the com-
;itate.
1085. the Recreation Depart- The program would pay enRaged in. Last Thursdaywe 'nake it possible for our munity by concentrating; funds \
ment requested $29,185 from the students or drop-outs covered: about onethirdof county seat to consider all on a specific problem.For The Development Groups I
the city but was actually $1.25 per hour plus providing our county visiting poul- way for improvement. We'reon nude up of nii'Jivber.s\ of the II I
budgeted $21.010.'Asked social try producing operations and better example, special effort ASC Committees and Slate S-
> security. withholdingtax the mare toward a
we were able to count 154 might 'be directed toward solving ..S TLH halcians: and! Forest'
about me county workman's compensation life for all of our citizens. THANK YOU STARKE!
commission's contribution and:! Insurance. Noun houses of various sizes which problems of a specificarea Service, representatives IIpJ'ove. .,
such as a creek that frequently ,
ACP. Other
the
compared to the city's. Rec- aid. The employer is askedto represented approximately Winter Pasture county
floods stream that
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Chalrmar !550,000 layers. 380.000 broilers a vith conservation' Interest
reation Department put ur 10 per cent ma"ch-
and 300.000 pullets. ThUnlrersity Topic; Of Meeting at silting in or where special ;'ive them suggestions> and ad- 's
James Bloodworth said the Ing fund:, but that: (ran comp Improvement practices art Thank You For The Fine
county in 1966 Is budgeting from the! supervision and officials told us'Set ThursdayAn Ice A
the' ame as In past years- equipment the youths pro- that this would reoresent f Vote You Gave Me In My
$3.42. vide in their work he said nbout 11 million dollars of important meeting of NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED r n ,
gtWe! pointed out that generated money flow connected -
.many more children from imously The council to participate voted In unan-the with Just this portion persons Interested in Improv"d CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Bid For Your City Council.

outside Starke are now tak- of the survey. We expect to pastures will he held:! to- 5
:program .
'Insr advantage of the recreation continue the survey this iluht!/ I Thursday! at 7:30: 0'- I.
In other
action the
facilities and we requested cil: coun- week and next" In order to c'ock In the new Civil:: Defense RECREATION; : NEWSReglstl'a I of the year's work a
I more money." Blood- have a complete picture of I Rev. Sampson U asking all
tlon :Monday
Gave an for building at the Palr- begins -
okay Superintendent
,!:worth said. "But they Just our "chicken business You for the Fall program.I officers ana members. to I FEEL, MORE THAN EVER, THAT I CAN GIVE
,eat there. the annual Oscar Davis to attend can see now why this ain't rounds according to County Boys and girls ages 9-17 may uiease be present to the last",
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,4 It Is our feeling that the convention In Clearwater Natural Gas on just "chicken feed." Agent G. T, HilKBlns. register at Reno recreation I Quarterly: conference. ALL OF YOU THE BEST REPRESENTATIVE.THERE .

county Is certainly not participating September 27 and 28. As we continue to produce Gulf rye grass for winter center from 430630.: : Flan Rev. Sampson will soon
as it should" Recreation Received an Invitation more poultry and eggs/ our pastures will be discussed by football will begin Monday at\ complete eight years of serv- IS STILL A TOUGH JOB AHEAD AND I

.... Board Member Mer- from the volunteer firemento business opportunities continue Bob Hogarth with Shadow the Reno recreation play-; ice as pastor of Greater Allen -
1. Tltt. Williams told the council. attend a dinner and Installation : to expand. The opport- Lawn Farms near Penney" ground. Teen Time will be I Chapel. He will leave for HUMBLY SOLICIT YOUR SUPPORT SEPT. 27TH.
of officers on Octo- unity Is becoming increasingly each Saturday from 811. I II Annual Conference on Nov.
;4!. Bloodworth:! said Starke is bt'r.6. better to attract such businesses Farms I Mr. Jackson asks the cooperation 15 In Jacksonville. We are
t t still one of the as rendering plants: The meeting is held In cooperation -
; smallest towns of all interested working for his return: a* THANKS AGAINUI.H.'BIU'
.(, In the state to have a recreation WC.T.U. teed milling/ bulk plants and with the Bradford I boys and girls in the program pastor. ...
iy 1 program as large as it processors of poultry and
Farm Bureau, and all Interested to make every activity
'11,1' does.:! But. he said the rsgrs.
program -
9 THE SALOON KEEPER IS I persons are Invited to, a success
'" ;; will soon' tw limited If THE: ONLY:' BUSINESS WAN, Last Thursday evening wo! BASKETBALL; THE RIGHT POINT for the NOEGEL
I/ :;' additional land cannot be ac't1.tT' WHO IS ASHAMED: OF HIS I also had! an opportunity; to I attend. way you write. Come In nnilselect
},, 1 qu Ired. meet with producers In our Basketball practice began/
CUSTOMERS; The Na- ODO.M: SELLS! ANfil'S 'OWS I for the your favorite' KSTKRfountain : -
boys at
Monday 1UE
'f'' The recreation county at the Bradford f I
and worst: .
tional
Prohibitionist] High/ School. Coach BROOK pen. Tt:...:- 1M. I'ol. Adv )
.. 3. room requested! by the volunteer County Fairgrounds./ Fifty-! John Cklom III of Starke.! ,. ; reported that the
( firemen would be a 30 five persons were in attend- recently sold 29 registered l Angus team looks
\! by 32 foot structure added Plastic N..'('book:3o: : at the ance. We talked about the Industry I very" successful this j
directly In the rear of the I TELEGRAPH. I and the potential and cows to J. :M. Edwards Jr.. I II Plans are In the makingfor

W lire station. It would also I for one feel that the meet-1!rf Starke. an Invitation tournament I
%i I during.? the n nhrlstmna. VTnU-
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_. ., the date.
.... ff ;J.. ..:::- i Mrs. Harvy. girls' coach

t. will Tlgerettes make later garments in the for term.the Bndcock's II E D DIN I G SALE

. \\- Successful planning is/ going

., 'LLw .t,.. on. Watch the paper for the
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ti-' schedule.hC1100L

1' "'--uwa ....:... Adults are NEWS Invited, to take Made In Our Own Factory DOWN : iOWAN I

; art, antn offered In the various By Experts. Delivers For Your Old

.' centers. Any MaMr.si of Mattress
or BOX SPHINO"
: The sewing class
will be
Box Spring 1It'lardl. of Condition
organized In the near future Unconditionally Guaranteed
COL. SANDERS ,
There have been many requests -
.4 for such class. The and Claims
# Settled Right Here!
n RECIPE number to get the class started -
t ,. J has shown great interest:/
.l x f.ry Please register early Watch

,l the paper for the night And OUR ,KKCUILAR: $19.93! !); (CH1ILTEU QUILTED QUEEN-KING SALE
t time the class, will be held.C'M'B .
: t Kentucky Fried Chicken NEWS QUEENINNERSPRING :

-, The Carnation Social Club
11M will sponsor a Record[ Hop on MATTRESS BEDDING .-

''t Iii October 7 at 8 p. m, PJn! :'p- Or Matching

; 'ti) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 Jenkins Center Teen Town 1322 Recreation Grove- BOX SPRING 78" Wide X 75" Long ,

Street. Teenagers are invited aAIE
to attend. Refreshments will
MATT R ES S"
I
be on sale. A prlw will he "
1601 NORTH TEMPLE AVE. U. S. 301 NORTH ,-'Iven for best dancing\ couple.
and a door prize will be given ova AND
1 !
ol. o. -Mrs. Willehcmpnn

"It's Finger Lickin' Good"L'Eat Brooks Jenkins,reporter.president Mrs. Alma t BOX SPRINGS

I Mlt.'RrH; NEWS:
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Also Available !80"'\ lengthY /

Church, Rev. L. A. Mrr- TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE -Slight Additional ("harne/
In Or Take Out Plenty of Parking Space Kay pastor! will journey to $ I 0 For Your Old Maltrau

Nichols.! Oa to hold service" and Box Spring
at Bethel Tree Will church s..ew, ,fcoasw.. .95

'1 KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN THRIFT I BOX Sunday afternoon. The pas $$139
9 tor and:! officers InvltP all '

9 Pieces Fried Chicken members and friends to Journey LOOK AT THESE FEATURES:
3 Pieces Fried Chicken. :Mashed I'otatoes, I.IQ 2-35 alone: with them Weekly ) 252 Coill In Mattr..
meeting! will be held as usual 1
Cole Slaw or Gravy, Hot Holls Only 212 CoU.ln Bo. Spring TWIN Sill CULL SIll
find all lUX-I-FOAM
members and t friendsare
3 a., Slid! Padding' $
: Invited. to attend all Poly Shin' Bolh SidMFl. MATTRESS $4995 S 995

BUCKET 0 CHICKEN BARREL 0 CHICKEN services St.! Johns Baptist Church I Down ..olo..on lobol. Sid* and Box Spring

11. I of Lawt: ..v will observe Men', W Foam T.ppor QUllT-I-FOAM
15 Pieces Fried Chicken !Vt 1't. Gravy; ; Lot.. Canon foil' $6995
.,; 95 21 Pieces Chicken Only 25 Day Sunday. Sept 25.') All Delivers.2e MATTRESS 5995
or Cole Slaw. Hot Hulls, 3. 5 friends! and well wishers are ...bullt Taper[da* BorderTufllot and Box Spring
Series 7 to 10 Hungry/ People Foam Top
Serves ;5 t to 10 I Hungry[ / People I Invited from all nearby cities Either Piece UNCONDITIONALLYGUARANTEED' HARV-I-FOAM

BASKET 0 SHRIMP to a take meat day.part -and Deacon makethis $1.25 J ;) A Week RUBBER! MATTRESSRegular ,Finn $8 9 9S $9995

SHRIMP I DINNER I John Sherman, reporter. RevL. and Box Spring
Mobley, pastor.

4 6 Large/ Shrimp, F. F. Potatoes Cole Large/ Shrimp, "\\'i Pint Hot Sauce, Greater Allen Chapel AME $ HARV1iha-I-FOAM
4.85 Church. Rev Firm
1.25 1 L. A. Sampson 3 995 $9995 $11995 1 1
\ Slaw> Hot Sauce and !Holls 4 Yi Pint Cold Slaw, Hot Kolls pastor Sunday School 10 a. $49.95 RUBBER MATTRESS
!i m. with Mrs F. B. Drlcstrp' and Box Spring
In charge. Rev D. R Richardson -

t FRENCH FRIES- 25c-50c-75c-$ 1.00-LIVERS OR GIZZARDS $1.00 will hold: his fourth UNCONDITIONAL AND ANY COMPLAINT: WILL KE SETTLED: RIGHT HERE IN
Quarterly Conference. MornIng
; FLOUNDER FILLET $1.00-BAKED BEANS /2 Pint 25c Pint 45c service will be held at J 11 1- GUARANTEED OUR STOKE BY HUD! YAUN OWNER

; COLE SLAW Y2 Pint 25c-Pint-45c with Rt>v the. Richardson message Song(delivering -

Li service will be rendered by W. S. BADCOCK FURNITURE & APPLIANCE
: Salads Made Daily the Junior choir. Evening
service will be held at 6 with

j f. "J POTATO SALAD- J/2 Pint 25c-Pint 45c Rev. Richardson in charge. ASSOCIATE STORE
Choir No. One will
.
All serve. 12S S. WALNUT:' s... OWNED IJY HUD YAUN PHONE: 9IM-2111
.i 4I C. R. UUASWELL. Owner-Manasrer: boards are asked to
please have written reports I _

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, ;.'; SAVE" HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WHo ILE'TH"EY L.AS'T' .ON" N.E'"W' 1966 FOR.D CA'RS

TrDUfll I GAR MOTORS

ONLY 7 LEFT --- MUST GO BEFORE NEW CARS COME IN.BETTER HURRY.

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IAn SIS BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAPII. HTAflKIH!!. JI'LORJDA THURSDAY. SEPT. 23. URn

--- Office and make your wishes] I I bildiies, water navigation -

known either as a member orj Ir 'I mountain rescue!! techniques, TV SpectacularWill the winner of seven Academy

': NEWS And NOTES a leader for more information -r and glacier crossing.He Awards including "best pic-
: I Introduce
I' of the year" and some
call 934 2863 or write' SERVICE MENiLJ has returned to his regular Lure I

or For Today's Homemakers I Box 267 Starke. i unit, Co. A, 1st Battalion New Ford Cars 27 other International film
t I of the 172nd InfantryBrigade's !honors. Seen In starring rolesare
I
I During this week we Invite 1 60th Infantry atFort "The Bridge on The River! i William Holden. Alec
By Martha Sue McCain\' 'ou to visit your Starke Pub- and
Hawkins,
I Richardson where he Is Kwal, a first run television: Guinness Jack
4 't tc' Library. There will be aiH I I
County Extension I / exhibit with more Infor- I I a team ]leader._ spectacular In full color. \\1111 I fccssue Hayakawa

r Dome Economics Agent' be presented! by the Ford': This special event will also
mation for to see a.f1.
you I
'I I Airman 2nd Class Irwin A. Motor Company from 8 to 11 introduce the new line of 1967

i.."' 't'-...nil k lead Besides we think you Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. >p I m Sunday, Sept. 25. on Ford cars to the television audience. -
will enjoy the fine facilities" Floyd] A.
Martin of
Is
NATIONAL 4-H CLUB meetings, all over the County. available at the Library. So Starke ABC-TV. .
vlth; the U. S. Combat Air One of the greatest[ moviesof .L
WEEK SEPT. 21-OCT. 1 the
between
If are
:VJU If you have not been to the
J With the ipotllKht all over ages of :3 I and 19 then you are Library lately-make a sneclal Forces aggression helping fight in Communist all times "The Bridge" is' Sept. 30 DeadlineFor
Viet HOME OWNERS
Co'bt'l the County on 4-H. we In rllBible to Join the 4-H Club. 1 effort to visit during National N m. A Beer LicensesTax I
tell 19 and weapons mechanic $27.50 or 5 days. II
Biftdford County want to If you aie older than : 4-H Club Weok Thenwe

Co more people about the 4-H Interested In woiklnjr! with think you will be anxlouq S Airman graduate of Martin Bradford Is a County 196 i I Vivian Burch. disorderly Collector J R Kellywal'ns I BORROW UP TO $5,000ON

fcr Club program. 'ounl{ peopla: then you are to come back to the Llbiarynaaln conduct by fighting, volim- licenses '
High Schoo) holders of beer
pic During this week there needed as an adult leader. anrt a-nln tary Intoxication, $55 or 10: that Friday Sept. 30, Is the I' YOUR EQUITY!
win be special mcmbeishtp Why not call the Extension days.
Ii \
wa MORE ABOUT 4114H'er. MAYOR'S COURTThe i Dan Williams, voluntary I deadline for obtaining new I I I Consolidate All Your Bills and Make Only
r the
!! learn and have fun. licenses. After that date
One Monthly Payment.Call .
fie. Intoxication $27.50 or 5 days :
Wend. Heart. Han' s, Heilthouth follon'mar cases were llcerv-e cannot be Issued!! without -
p'i blah Allen disturbing th*
rOi "" really en'ov' their huae disposed of in Mayor's Court I approval of the district 3)9-70i6-Collect;) or Mail Coupon To
ha voluntary Intoxica
-nriety of useful learning '_roiccts Tuesday night: I II peace. fice of the Beverage of'I'I
en : tion. $27 SO each charge. or
and activities Thev 1 I
I
fo : 1 Pearlie Mae Simmons disorderly 10 days. ment
HOMESTEADInvestment
tel r f41L:,," ; : "I ,r-.. "lay choose from as many as conduct by disturbing;

TI '' N I S H >p hundred t educational. the peac! and doing bodily ,

:: : : I Learn bv Dolnsr" oppoi'tunHies harm with knife: $27.50 or Corporation
Selections mav be made .
5 days on both charges.
..'
aeT .r"i I for example: in plant aOl Franklin R. Douglas reckless 1919 Bearhway Rood. Jacksonville. Flit

WI( k&Q) n1mnl science. foods and >I ] driving wilful and wanton S100 REWARD
ff.t: { .,,' nutrition. health. clothing Pvt Einst! L Wilkinson,
IIn T forfeited $37.50 bond. - - -
II
littI. "f ....r. rt "ersonalltv" Improvement son of Mr and Mrs. E D. I Emma i ,
,, Bailey disorderly' .
'! '- cnreer exploration: ] home andnonev Wilkinson of Route 2, Starke : NAME: ------------------------------ ---
Qf conduct, disturbing the peace For information leading to the arrest and
< I II
,,:l;." manaarement conservation has completed four weeks of'
entomolo electric Individual combat conviction of the person that shot Doberman -
fo $t training: UDREilS! ....
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tr: \ f .. 'Mitomotivp.\ ]leadership (citlen'hlp !- with therulne Corps at I TilE RIGHT POINT for theWBY Pinscher, belonging to G. E. Miller in I I II

on :.t.' )' rl1t and numerous others I Camp L'Jeune. N. C During I i you write. Come In and the vicinity of his residence, Route 1, Box
', select your favorite KSTKR-, CITY_____ _._ ___ _.___ Ph.
,
grab '#" 'y Each :vear. 4-H'ers complete tills period he received more I BROOK fountain TELEGRAPh 273, on the morning of September 15th.INStRtNCK;) I L-. :.: _h ---z _----- J|

:,; ?.. bout 61I million! wotecfi" oran than 200 hours of instructionIn pen. .
( I I
Ci : tn. \ < venire of nearly three guerilla\] warfare the use II __'__" __._ _. ._. .
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al' TIer> member. I
i) '" ) )-- of Infantry weapons, combat -
-
thBI I .,..( 4-H is for BOYS and I )patrols, and squad tidies.:

m '\ SI'\ 1. fliRts wherever they live, His!! next assignment is (

St jl1Il' \ r Today's 4-H'ers live in town four weeks of basic[ specialist deZ-UP.7W-a _

D.1 '.:'.;. ,' : .r-: ,_- 4 "Hies and suburbs. as well a'n tialniiiff to prepare him 'ora _

!\\t. q farms Figures show 45 [ specific! Job In the Marine

tha :!':' .d ncr cent from town and!I Corps.

;L . / homes 33 per cent from I __ I
40 ''''' .. / / '
vtual -
'' / non farm areas and 22
of J .(.t. ,.t. ,/ / per cent from m'-1' to'n und! -- 1

ho ev ((, ;" 1\1<01'; -itles of more than 2,500 peo- -

l to..... .. nJe Since the early 19flO's(

or :,.. .::. nbout 25' million voun,?! people. 20 word or lees" one Insertion Memorial. Resolutions etc. Display. Ads In Classified Section

ce bo hive participated In the once (minimum charge) ------______ 1.00 Per word _..____________ .03 91.50 per Inch-first Insertion.

th nil-farm youth programs If not paid In advance _________ 1.23
Ride The Winner'/ 4-H type. Informal] educational Cards of Thank.*: Up to 50 word
of programs are also now Keyed, coded, or blind ads $1.25 per Inch after first Insertion.

than <"ound around the world i (minimum charge) ___________ li& (minimum charge) -.---. 2.50

''hev hive been adaoted toW Each' additional word over 20_____- .05 OUT :50 words: p..r'ord I_____.___ .05:;
All The Way\ the needs of nearly 80

CO Different countries on eVer Insurance Problems?I HASTINGS MATTRESS I :'\ : .No. 447 Prettier Than New BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

Continent & UPHOLSTERY WORKS| AT REDt'CEI) RATES New brick home 3 bedroom BOOK before buying another
In B-adforrt fait the Man From BOAT. l< baths. Features built in I
AUTO
Vote For County there 710 Lemon St. Palatk-I FIRE 'a encyclopedia.: MA
are Seven 4-H Clubs with a'nta "IEYSTONE"George Furniture Repaired DOYLE E. CONNER; : modern kitchen, hardwood Payne, your local. representative -
) INSURANCE: AGENCYt.fChhi:'\ floors, Large beauti-
membership of 148 E. LaRue I garage. since 1962. Box 623
There are 13 adult volunteer I Upholstered & Refinished I ) ful ''landscaped lot. Plenty of Phone 964-679-, ifmi

NEil I Tucker ''eaders working'! with these I II Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILTNew large shade trees. Call today i "" _
Consultant For All Your
fine for price and terms.
I youne- people. We need Innersprings 1 Myers Power Tool.
I more leaders as w! are having Insurance NeedsRepresenting and Box Springs j MARY CARTERPAINTS No. 461 Live With Privacy
Just outside of Starke. 2 ac- ; Area
more requests for mmlershlp. Drop Is: A Card or Call I, Headquarters ForI

.. ON SEPTEMBER: 27 \; Great American Ins. Co. FALVTKA 5-9166 res with modern 7 room home I Lawiumowers Power Tuui
I The Travelers Ins. Co. MRS. lEGGY SMALLER plus guest house of 3 rooms |, McCuIloch Chain Saw
FOR I Tel. and bath. Yours for only I Pumps & Water Systems
473-4692 Day
THE RIGHT POINT for the I 209) E. Adklna St. Jl 1,500. Brlggs A Stratton Engine
473-4325 Nltes
I way you write. Come In and II j 1 Technical Sgt Perry J. Auto lire BuslnesiMonthly StarkIt..nt Rented Sale.* Service" .
CITY\ Home S
COUNCILMAN Kemp son of W P. of Line
Kemp i Complete Property of all different types.
./ nelect your favorite KSTKK-! I Payment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS :230 N.E.: 16th Ave.
) Law ley. is on duty at Tan I ofPAINTS Call us today.
I ROUP; :3 I I BROOK fountain pen. TELE-' Son Nhut Air Base in Viet I built to order Mach'ne work. STROUT REALTY Oalnes Ute 376-3411

OK.XPH. I I Nam and has been In the ONE STOPMASONRY Boat. Motor and Pump repnlrs.Brown's ANDSUPPLIES r 2117 N. Temple. Ave.V. tfcim

,| fight against Communist aggression SERVICE Repair Shop. Rt. 1, ( S. 301)) LABORERS WANTEDPer-
since December 1985 Box 363, Starke [Kln!{s1e> Phone 8110-3491 !Starke'! manent position. All company

i. An Air Force machinist: St. Ready Mix all sizes Concrete Lake. tfchsr( For All Purposes benefits. Minimum starting
.. r I rf;' W O N I) E B F U 1
\te\ S sI 5wS4 Kemp attended Bradford Block; nil type Sand; WANTED Rural acreage rate $1.43. Ages 18 to 45. Apply -
OPPORTUNITYIN
) jII High School and Is married' Precast LJntels. Everything Southern Wood Preserving
Good location for homes '
VINYL
KXPANDINO:
oreIectricget\botJi to the former Louise Pievatt neceHsary! for concrete ma- Bufoid Mitchell P. BJX COMPANY: i Co.. Baldwin, Fie. 8 a rn. to
O. :
NEED OFFICE MANAGER:
C I sonry construction.Ue i! 4:30 p.m. 2tchg 9 29
I1' 718 Ph 969-3281 tfrhn: Upholstering Some shorthand desirable\
# ,? /5 tSonewztbaSniit Corona. Cpl. EMwar-1 L. Jones! son of will meet any priori on typ- :
.5 : Mr inl Mrs. David Jones all materials' within Mnulfonl ALL TYPES of ]lawn mowers Material Ing. ''bookkeeping, payroll, gen. COOK, WAITRESS Filling
a County AN1) STILL and eral office procedure; handle Station attendant wanted. Ap-
Sr of Route 1. saws machine sharpened
t ; r portable that Starke. re-
s Oil zie oveS MAINTAIN details. Prefer male. If between ply in
\ rently completed! two weeksot QUALITY. -Calvin Johns 332 N. Water. Values To $10.00YARD I I person B &: Q Truck
25-40 and think Stop.
you tfchg
trainIng at the Army BRADFORD1NGINEERING Ph. 9641441. tfchZFOR I
5 can handle the job call 969-
SSeS.M L t Northern Warfare Training <: CO. SALE--Red
Center Fort Oreely. Alaska i Ph. 964-2521 Starke 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, large partment. Lake privileges. Female

.I It He received extensive In 1 '','lot. 126 Parker St. Call Dr ''I FOR RENT- Nice 3 bedroom school t"IBch-Jr or couple

, aS tiuctlon In mourtalneer-i;; 1Ing. 1 FOR SALE .- ONE OF' THE;'I|I Calvin J. Hotipt 904-SOu for WAITRESS WANTED applyin (block house unfurnished. West.moreland .. preferred 175 or $80 reap Utilities .

. i construction of BEST MOTEL BARGAINS I appointment to see house person at Garden Restaurant I l St. $80 a month. SeeA. furnl-hed. Call 473-3056,

,. fJ'1 < lope I rN. Ji'y.t'lRTnA- .1& ,"',611 ...._.Iu.._ tfchp tfchg,' C. Williams Wllliama Keystone Heights.. tfchg
, : ;; i I Jewelry. tfchg --
ed units TV, air-conditioned, .
. CLOSE! fliT !S\I.F! A. C. SLADE licensed plumber NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP HI-
'.I Crane plumbing tile baths
. : ALL "66" )DODP.KS: BFST: cabinet maker. Baker FOR RENT---Furnished 2 bed-1 I way 21, Melrose Phone 475-
Bates spreads, etc. Owner
I, DEAL ANYWHERK: S K I K: Bradford !and! Clay County. I room house, 507 Center St. i 15285. Open Tues. thru Fri.
12 Wides. quarters. equipped with Food-
Phone 239-4491 :Maxville:
NORMAN II WILLIS. Mrs. Goldie Martin.
orairva, Norge range Hot Point I I tfchg i Cloned :Mondays.: [ Nell Duncan,
SOUTHSIDK! DOnOR: :, .TACK- tfchgFOR
washer; Hot Point, dryer, etc., owned. fttchg 9 29
Custom Made SONVILLE.: FLA. "MAKH
all like new condition. 375 feet SALE--4 ]lots-400' on, WANTED Middle age white
For :Florida Living on U.S. 301. 3/10 mite from YOUR OWN DEAL." :I North St. Clair] St. Call Dr woman to live in and care for II

:; Get ; new courthouse location. Priced 4ther( 929 C. J. Houpt 964-5911: or 984- elderly ]lady Room, board and JOBS OPEN
More
-_ YOU I to sell. Reasonable terms to FOR SALE Joe Tnibv j 1471. tfchg good salary. Write "B", Brad. I \\'altrsswi.. ,

S IS : For Your $ $ I responsible buyer. Write or place. Small house and lot on I AIR CONDITION HOME!: FOR ford Co. Telegraph. Drawer and Babysitter Housekeepers
1r phone Bill Summers, Starke.Tel 528 N. Cherry St. Will take J "A", giving age address and I
LF :5 old 3.7
SA on acres
. 1 No Salaried or Com 964- ElOt. 4tehgr 922 small down payment GUY j years references. 2tchg 9'22I !Sen' lee Station Attendant>
offIce binldlng
j Also shop and I
, SS % ; ; missioned Employees I Andrews:! has the key :\f..... J |I Must, see to appreciate. I Male- Accountant, and AIIo-
STAR BRAKE SERVICE offers -
, -, W Kllllan 805 Boyd Av-..1.1Wavnf' I'M, 782-: FOR SALE: APARTMENT; .Hintant. Manager.No .
;; L. Turner, Laivtey
I I
. DAD & BRAD LARSEN exclusive franchise for
, : -. I!, \'llIp.! N C. Itrhy! < 9 :?!i O> j 3615 4tchg 10,6, HOUSE & FURNITURE. Six
. \._ LIKE TO WORK those who qualify. Learn how rental apaaifchients-.will fee. charged unlearn" we

. 'SI. ) : to make your brake business FOR SALE-Oolf Cart S1i0.! FOR RENT-Small furnish. vide home plus approximately pro.- find you a Job.
. a YOU Benefit! more profitable] than ever be- Call Dr. C. J. Houpt 9fi4Mll -
I $200 month\
ed bedroom private bath and I per !Income.
I ;; fore. Write P. o Campbell. 1.
. trl'hQ! : Priced for CENTRALEMPLOYMENT
quick sale. Bulling- i
Independent entrance. "Fringe i
Coronet 1019 W. Platte St.
Tampa.
:c.. All Sizes on Display! I Fla. 2 tp 922: FOR !SALE: hOUSE .\>lBUSINESS ) I benefits" for quiet tenant ton, Starke, Fla. tfchg. I II
-IlgRll 8.1012'idea LOT 321 W :Mad1wn Linens provided and launler-
: SERVICE
I I
{ : by SMITH-CORONAv ) I'/z' Hath NEW CURE FOR SHIMMY:: near Starke IMaza Bullington. ed:! 206 S. Water[ St. Telephone FOR SALE- Registered t
In Starko FH: tfrhfj 964-4034. 3fchn( 9 30 An-I 333-A N 869-3741
4kRJ5 The Coronet Specialist 'Wheel alignment : gus yearling bulls Phone Temple
SS gives yen afl flia speed, easa and wonder tf nnd ExpandaMes! and balance I'
will 3434.
-. electric typing... at onjy a littlejnora& than the cat of m wheels a free physical give your with car FOR SALE Florida Nineties Assistant Manager Needed.- tfchg

c'.4S : ordinary part-alt. .... .. ?- | precision John Bean equipment : strawberry plants sev I Must be high school grad! FOR RENT-3 bedroom trail
___ New and Used8Yr. Bub Harley | bene-: FOR SALE- Antique furniture
US r, a, _,_ -, 'Leads the way to greater driv 7B2-3'6'5. 2tp 9 22 uate Farm background Westmoreland Trailer Park
a- ---' I r
and
clocks
ficIal. for advancement John C. Sim
Opportunity
I'e '_ Sr CUI financing: available ingcomfort: safety, and tire THE JIM WALTERS COR- I i If desired Contact mona. Ph. 533-29.4. Imp Phone 969-3291 or 969.1031.

S ....- \ FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the sam economy Make your appointment PORATION has several nice( Gene Sumner, Farmer tfchg

f -- as on office electrics plus .nil-length", up-front tabi- Use Our Rental-Pur At FIRESTONE. houses In the Starke area for I 1 Mutual Exchange: This Is an I FOR SALE--.Good used:

.. -=- lation. Set. clear tabulate from the keyboard.: chase PlanPaymentsUnder I FIRESTONE for periodic sale. Only $50 down and payments Foual Employment Oppor- I national "Scout" four Intl'r'l FULLER BRUSH REPRESENTATIVE -

5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS $50; Per Month wheel balancing checkups and like rent Call Collect tunltv tfchg r drive. Just right for hunters Ph. -- Mrs. L. V.HartHn .

at your fingertip command; spaces dots, dashe,X's and ret longer tire wear. It's free' 388-0161 Jacksonville. Fla4tchsr FOR SALF.2 Guitars, 1 com-: I or farmers. Call 9647521. Itp 9640035.3tdhg 106

LEARN TO TOUCn.TYPB derlincs. Type faster. electrically: ; to have the balance checked. 107FOR Plate Diving Outflt. 1 boat

UI IN ONLY TEN DAYS1 PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR let the touch NOWMobile NELLIE. SALK: LOTS1:' x 400. and trailer. 1519 R.iiford Rd FOR RENT Unfurnished 6 FOR RENT Modern 3 bedroom

c Get 5 LP records and instruc- that pleases you and electricity doe too vcxk "print DON'T FIGHT IT! Does! your 1529 East Call St. :3 lots. Bes- Call 061-0041. 2tchsr 9'22.i room house. 762 N. Walnut St. block house, 10 miles.

.. tieD pages in S handsome case perfect" every timel! car shimmy and shake wobble mint Road 100 x :30f). Will! sell Phone 969-2594 or 9610201. south of Gainesville at Mlcon/-
I FOR RENT
... for only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE _Page Gage I : Attractively
ebue thil
UU Snuth-Coron handsome.* portablel J new Adjustment Forward-Glide top deck. Quick Sit'IW MarI I way. Wheels are probably out Starke. 2tchff 0'29 furnished fuel and gas heat, I Dykes at 964-8431, Starke. Itp
gins, and a deluxe Trimline of alignment. Shortens tire BARBER SHOP for sale. Two
carrying casts. I Year round. Mrs. J.V.. Kin-
Full Lake i life might even shorten yours FOR SALE: One acre of : chairs with all equipment. ,
Prh'UeA'esHomestead
KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODArS cnld 969-1491. tfchff I FOR SALE 3 window air
NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL land. with about 27 pecantrees .
U UVINQ Find out with a free SAFETY- Bargain-owner deceased. 123
S Exempt- Matic test at FIRESTONE. deep well and septic FOR RF.NT-trailer space' adults S. Walnut St., Starke, Call conditioners, large 2 burner

4 .-. Financing No waiting, no obligation, tak- tank already installed Also a only. Semi private nodrinking 964-6965.: 2tp 929, I circulating Kenmore heater, 1
Only gas' heater, and 1 electric
i
$159.36 $229 included
pump Located
a- M only 30 seconds. On 301 in city limits,.
U about 3 miles west of Starke. heater. Ph. 533-2943 Itchg
Plus Tax
.. Lake Geneva Ph. 964-5751. 2tchg 9 22 !IF YOU NEED
HOUSE 10 acres of land Must sell this week. 875.: apartment I
U. S. 301 North out of Phone 964-9321. I' I or house. See W. H. Nollman,
S. City: Itp BRADFORD ROPING CLUB i LOCAL FIRM wants Female
.-. I.... Trailer SalesOn Limits. Owner has moved. -Special show Sat. night 6 p. j 510 N. Cherry St. Reasonable 'Receptionist.. Must be responsible -
BU." Place must cell. A. J. Thomas, HAY FOR SALE Phone : Rates. tfchgOFFICE
m. Sept. 21. and Sun. after reliable neat in appearance

... BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Route 100, One Mile BE! !: I Reiltor Tel.! 981-5701: 969-3134. tf.hf noon Sept 23 at 2 p m. end meet public well.

S, .,; ;;, Keystone:\ Tlelfhts I FOP. SALE :totorcycJ 630 ,FOR SALE!: OR RENT: -1 bedroom ,', 2tp 9:29.I l icare Davis: SPACE for rent or Experlance not require.: Ageve.
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STARKER FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPT. 27. 1966



r tor some sweeping changes( In
''r I I- I Dear Mister the ideals of our elected officials -

ac Capitol e .
I PresidentS Perhaps It Is long past

CiJ. ":.E..VE N.I: : CAN R DN time for a return to our Jef-
OPEN: LETTERTO : fersonlan principles I want

.. Keyhole THOSE:: .J PRESIDENT JOHNSONMy my children to grow up with
r ': pride:! in this country to be
I : dear President Johnson ,
1 Americans
i r proud they are
.
tElEGRAPH This letter was originated
living in a nation under God
tOUH't'I Due Soon --t i by discussions with local i) I tell you in all sinceritythat
\ : I
'BRMJFORD j ) I School Board members re- somewhere things are

; HI!'KKIY.. ', DEC. J.. V 190 15'' POLITICAL BOX SCORE i| xm'ding their frustrations at I wrong" when people feel that:
... trying to be in compliance all': individual freedoms are
with the Civil Rights Act of
A new syndicated' newspaper lost In a centralized government -
---" column on State Government 1964I ,. Are we not setting a
\. i will make Its appearance ROBERTS DEFEATED feel Instead of heatedly dangerous precedent in surdendering -
f In this and other > discussing our country In these democratic
'PttlliW ants (Courthouse Flor- groups! of two and three, it \Is' ,
leading newspapers In :principles: ?
ida next week."Capitol F WOa( )MOVJ( iCDO?rHX FiRCl CENTRAL 51TiCHASTAf4 my duty as an American\ citizen We in our history, have

I Keyhole" will be : to let my elected offlc re>ver fought 'a war and built

: written by Ray Starr known R LECTFDKEEPING Isis know how I feel a Great Society at the lame;
Built Near Present One currently across Florida a>l I am in agreement with time. Certainly we can't do

"The Dean of the South's 1= YoRED COURTHOUSE IN CWRAL SITE tiuction.the loral, Board Bradford of Public County.In-i this now. Any war worth
New! Commentators." | fighting' is worth winning.

'I, Public opinion\ *w expressed: '\' at f;' ameeUng.; In ,th! courthatu, : *. '.1).14114.", end Starr television has the network largest radio for ; JOHNS ? ? ? ? t'on that' is enforced Illegal racial and'Iola segrei tes a- How this many country"police support actions"can ? I

light unulimous in of ) uH lin0 'toilrt-l the Constitution the United I
was near;\ fAvpr > < Bradford County's new' State news in Florida today of feel we should draw In our
H* near t f,> the present atnkture<: M possible:h, "** : -\ .; ti and Is no stranger to the fCrt MovLl1G COURfUOOSl: f'ROC'(i; CEIITRA L SITE States' of America belts on the home front .and
,muse i 17 avggested) trite ,' .- j > Our local board put\ a.. plan :
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I newspaper world. He was the win the war In Viet Nam.
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jl.rtl.JhjltJ at the. 1J1""t1l14 )11'11' ,out .kAt 1aC41l.uo an'11111'! I.'" .... author of an award-winning HAMILTON ? ? 9 9 Irto ''action eliminating the I Neither can I term a Society
nailed final I school '
CoI'nml" system. Our\ students -
:
by the fusty *"
"
\ Jng- up 'f" fietwlsD! stbMt 'J I column on State Government very great that appears to
llilM\ and attended by. lorjro'group may be' ... ltgwcl 4 iAecause while he was in South C.iro- .. have the freedom of I encourage Idleness, that keeps
.Ju4I'i4lfS. ''
i of Intorft t cHzn! '. .1 .haveuahel( 'll" to'l L est l.na: Fog 1( gPss'( COORTVOOSH' )JN CEKTRPtStTE I; choice to select the school' raising wages to offset a spir

I.|. A un !'I.d' front WM y>T 'wenr-t f fd *11))>11." hot ," Id. 'I His column "Starr Dust" that they will attend without slung cost of !living, and. in

(( by ton:' \ t> "\uHuiewm who 1.13. r<11,1n"otIln, \ 'II'tlJ'11,1'I1t won two Freedom Founda- SHUFORD Q Intimidation or discrimin which the dollar buys less
r"'iIJ that to tits new \ : ation. A policy Is In effect
mov
t>f opinion. tionduotMl by Com tion Gold Medals one Associated every day. yet the government -
I
fcnlu'tkurusa; \ 8ny 4oit'll'ai'rable'\ "..;> '. ,I "teatstt' 1I'YI.n, Owrlfo: ;Rj- Press, and one United FOTZ MOYI COURTHOUSE Rt cj cEp IRALS'LETTERSWE promoting nondiscrimination keeps on spending.In .
ydlsE'nec'frtan. \: t3r4. pfavtnr, ,eo !j'rts, iReypets eae! who vote;;... e. Press International award. I .. In employment, terminations conclusion, Mr. Presi-
tral''IU'1\I'' dl..tr't! tit')1 I J star'' CI, 0" "lIP1nfon erattreed', the "Capitol Keyhole" will be .J : transfers, training/ dent what can I, as an Individual -
and''' : etc.. based on race! color,
i religion
rupt the to-jv-n's K nomy lt.I the state the political American citizen a
c1we! In ,ee : ( scene.
,,; ; Eta yljktq
rJ\'l\ 'e'
.. V-4'' ; or national origin.I .
tbrllll: a lt k<> rf pi pwly <1\\ >> !scene, and all related scenes l wife and a mother) of three
-s., on Call Stifi.-l menu.,,-:.. e.. -- '-' F ; : feel that the guidelinesset halt
:\) 0.r.'h rolled Into one. The columnist future men do to help
.Allh"1.I&h ".vel'lIl ultly9n" ,;:! .t( 4t \(1tWe has promised the same ;,I up by the Office of Health. this roller coaster rbde wo

\ -.Ith vv4le f effe-aa. the 4n1V I ins '1iau ;' I kind:! of Journalism in hIs : Education, and Welfare go tem to be on and revive
<& tl''I'III'' gtw..damn! tics; it.tv1eehlllly \ CA,t\c\: yt we\ rno t fit tl; newspaper column that has A* tare beyond\ the Civil Rights both my faith and the faith!
of A clo.mirtWjiutuii \ ; \. t loe0tlgtr'fw \ty I'':' ee\ tt1'lined him a wide audienceon I Act and 'are! in direct vlolaI I of[> those with whom I am in

11\\ +w H. tUrr.1t1..1Ii \\\O'...,.\<'4\\.5 o ,!t\"e't', '" 4ns f.<..QIIr1' !: ss" i et ) radio and television 'I tion of the individual rightsof dally contact In the great-
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Ii. v+t'feril't bin yew .Lenalasr't4r o-1 \ \t\otldt '" I tn :Fast\ hard hitting fact and who, I both the Negro and white. ness of our Great Democracy,
,. Motel property lOa pew I ; "_" \ 11"otA, OJ t the .' : .. what when and where In I I These "percentages" used to under God?
\\01' 'C\\1IC'/Ie IS.bit rl O' each story. In announcingthe determine If the* "balance" of Respectfully
4ltu I... :..ti"I\ f I I ." wb yours
:iunll)161"11! sand he.. 'huuAht! o\'\\. t.rotli .. ....". new column Starr said, Negro to white students is In Jane O. TMrs. H. L.l Gay
.": that/ lei growth\ of $tytWould 1 I' (, V"'II1\' ti .. ,, I I "The people Irive a right to S \ GET LETTERSLET I compliance with the law, insisting -
\\a'\ dQ\\o" .
be spec I"d by spreskl! J.1, .l : know what is going/ ", on in that at least one Negro NEW BOOKSAt
1"J \. .... their state capitol] and the be teaching" in the white
school at whatever personal The LibraryHow
column will give them the
,. .' r ,,.. ease facts PEOPLE DECIDE pie but all the groups/ cliques 1 :immediate site. That no one Inconvenience it might cause,
with no holds barred:
I and selfish individuals were I favors the site selected except ,
State Cabinet officers. were certainly Is in violation of To Teach Your Baby
How Many Times i Must The People' Speak? II quick to react to the new Dear Mr. Matthews still in hopes they would get three commissioners. Is this these teacher's rights To Read! -bv Glenn Doman
After reading their way; without taking\ a really the truth? Written for parents this
I column with all members Issuing your edlt"-I Something is way outf -
statements Governor lal and other articles chance: on the PEOPLE'S If it is true that the courthouse I balance when the Federal exciting book presents a revolutlon.uv -

History! does repeat.On for the American Legion site--a proposal H'aydon' Burns said, "On' of September 15 issue of The CHOICE. Now, If real justice is beneficial to businessnear Government has the money idea: that children !-

that, until t that time, had not the greatest needs in Florida Telegraph, pertaining to the U to be done it should appear it, then is it not fair for so that we. on the local level are far smarter than we
Tuesday, Dec. 14, 1965 the peo- been generally considered "in the run- today Is a two-way line of new courthouse! site: I have. on the November ballot. It tot! be built some place else, are In no position to take an plve them credit for. The
pie--presumably all who were interested ning." communications between elected been compelled to write this I feel that the principle involves now that it his: served the immediate independent stand. without author emphasizes throughout -

at that time (since! the meeting officials and their constituent letter.I ;, is the major problem area for so long? : sacrificing< first-rate education the book that the pro-
itself. believe we have another today, from the lowest level Is it not true that one of the for children. of teaching babY to
was well advertised-went) to a hearing1 Now-history repeats -tlzens. I our cesS" your
problem to consider What of "government to the highest leaders opposing the site selected It is
Is
before the County Commission and Only In-depth repo."tlng."here Our proud heritage as read a joyous one.
The County Commission thoughnot the pertinent facts of do we name the new court- What happened to "Of the states he Is concerned: I Americans! Is based! on these! not a chore for either the
that 99 ::
expressed an opinion was
per complying with the Citizens Com- the past can be brought !Into house? Should we call it the people by the people, and for about Call. Street but built a same Individual rights: the mother or the child, but isen
cent unanimous in favor of buildingthe mittee For Courthouse Site request focus with current actions, "Call Street Coop" "Com- the people"? Have our political chopping center a few years Civil Rights Act !sought to experience In fun. enjoyment -
new courthouse as close as :!!- and civic leaders becomeso ago that caused less traffic up
possible be meaningful.! This iniissloners Cabin "Temple achievement and pride
that a special meeting be called immediately can correct certain injustices ol[
to the present site. service has been too tong! Avenue Tabernacle" "Mer- engrossed with their! own town? Does It really concern long standing against these A Parent's Guide To More
for the of
purpose reconsidering \ desires and monetary gains/ I so many that the courthouse
lackIng but now holds prom- chants Mansion "StarkeStable" rights. Are we going to takE New Math bv Evelyn Sharp.-
I> The, group left the meeting feeling its September 6 actionhaslet J ue of being afforded through ""'S irl hots'no,,", or that it is now "For ourselves" might be moved to another one step forward in the hu- The author makes'' new math
secure in the belief that the Commission it be known that anyone wishing to weekly columns of one of the BRADFORD COUNTY COU- and "To the people"? site, except those with selfish nranitles': only to go back not only Intelligible; but also

would be guided to some extent be heard on the courthouse site will I Capitol Pres.'l!! Corp's most rcsnectert RTHOUSE' No. Mr. Editor what you Interests? If building a shopping two? Can our professional fun to read about.

,a by this overwhelming show of public be heard at a meeting of the Commission correspondents Ray The purpose of this letterIs rnd I and the other groups center In another site doer politicians, far up the ladderIn How To Become A Bishop

''k opinion> in favor of a central location called for another purpose, at 10 i Starr." I not to endorse any site, nrd Individuals think /should f not take away from Cal'Street their positions sit In Without Being< Religious by
iur the new courthouse. a.m. Friday. I Agriculture but to point out 'a very Important I not be the deriding( factor I how does he believe! Washington! and really have Charles Merrill You don't

A'- Doyle E principle.It I realize that every little thing that building the courthouse any Idea of the widespread!! really have! to be religious", to
How wrong they were soon became Will history repeat itself again? I'ew weekly (' comml"SlnnCII'I now appears that you that comes up cannot be elsewhere will? Not consistanteh discontent that Is present, become a grand success In
evident. I itiated by and other) groups are considering voted on by the people, but ? !lot only in the South but he ministry-You lust have
r, Will public opinion once more be Ray Starr is a forward step)I the "people". By "peo the courthouse site has become Another lender': m"nttlllC',11 1 it:, throughout this nation evJd- to look that wayJHere in this

'I i From time to time, smaller groups overwhelmingly in favor of a central f In the area of responsible Interpretive ple" I am referring to ALL a mater controversy regard! to an injunction voted dence of which appears in dde! -anlitting! snot Is the
visited the County Commission meet- site for the courthouse? reporting of developments the citizens of Bradford'' We were asked to decide if It against,: a leading1' candldat' any newspaper published any senulne low down on every
of In the State Cap- County, who have been, and should be built, so now we because he would not state in day or which appears In any practical aspect of running' a
ings to check the !
on
up progress We have no reason to think that itol.! still are. Ignored. should vote on the site. the campaign that he would conversation! with Mr. or "arlsh. from, the uses of pietyto

site selection, or to submit new suggestions public opinion has changed materiallysince Secretary of State Tom In your "im:tginery Inter- We are in dire need of a I repeal a tax on the product he Mrs Average American. the theoloav of church finance

as to how a central location it was so definitely expressed at Adams commented "Too often view' the following paragraph better spIrIt of cooperation In I VBS selling: so again I ask Much of this discontent -all:! the things they

might be worked out. Their proposals the December 14 meeting.But we are Inclined to take appears/, "In other word, our county and community whose Interests are we all con- end unrest Is caused not by I. never taught In /seminary,

were received with silence, "filed and rur newspapers for( granted there are Just three of you but we will never have It un .reined:t with It is really out the injustice of) any law that Indian Summer by John
forgotten," and they were usually toldor after opinion is expressed Fri Few of u.s\ stop to realize It who actually know what you til we remove selfishness. own. Isn't It? has been enacted. but ratnei i KnowlesA novel about !a

it was intimated-that they wouldbe day mOI'ning.-will history repeat itself but It was a vital ani von'' want and what the people personal gain' and personal I guess It Is handy to be by the Interpretations of that I voting man without money in

notified before a final decision was again? free press which sparked the hould have whether they power. I realize that no hu- near the courthouse with the 'aw, either by the Supreme the world of the very rich.
made. fames' of liberty In our -nl- want It or not I think you man, being can "please ALL \press, but many believe that it Court or, some other depart- The author's first novel A
Will 'County Commissioners: listen: onlal davs. When the Democratic should ''chanKP three to( five the I peopl;> ANY of the time."' is not necessary to build it Jus1 meat, committee etc. I Sermrate; Peace, received the

Then the action of September C this time and be guided by the wishesof Charter of this nation> and then have the inter- hut let's work on "MOST of vhere a selfish! few desire Bu1peihnps It's pretty easy for persons Faulkner Foundation Prize

came like a bolt from the blue, catch- the majority, or will they continueon was. forged the guarantee\ TfH viewer say "thf>re are sixty <>' the people MOST of the the power of the pres' 1,1 public office to blame th.' :and the Rosenthal Award of
in Us who actually know chit' time." will not see fit to prInt thlf the National Institute of
their present course? free press was forged( a'the Communist agitators' for the
with sudden
ing everyone off-guard a the people should have Very letter. Arts and Letters
Y first right of the Bill o' truly yours widespread riots demonstrations I
decision by three Commissioners Time alone will tell. whether they want It or not I STORY HOUR
d Rights. For these and other! Ralph H. Bryan, For your Information. 1 etc that: are occurring
reasons! I welcome this new but we are all very Important P. 0, Box 154 have heard farmers businessmen net( 'oss our land. What they 'Firing Carpet" will be

column covering governmental influential, bile taxpiyers. Stark, Fla. and others say the site. c nnot know of. and what I the theme for Story Hour at

I activities." ." "elected was the best of the feel Is even more dangerousare the Starke-Bradford County
Boosters And KnockersIn Attorney General Ear'' Mr Matthews': short time Dear Mr. Matthews: three considered. Too, these the smaller /groups made Public Library on Thursday,

Faircloth remarked. "A frefpre8.'l tiro when approximately one- From the picture of the old people have been from all up of friends neighbors !and Sent 22. from 3:30: until
.>nlr fifth of the voters of Bradford ports of thus county. But doe family members among 4-15: Mrs Carl Minx will be
Is obligated to sn :
] a lifetime of editing a weekly knockers. This Bell Tower that was In The
the
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are group
storyteller.All
group out In defense of the rUht' County didn't want: seinething this matter Not to the Call whom there Is such a feelingof
we have noticed there are finds its chief in life in finding Telegraph recently I can ' newspaper joy and liberties of the peon)' \ which you. and manyof I Street crew. I .suppose.) hopeless! resignation against ages
three classes of citizens. fault with whatever i is! being accom- whenever these are threatened the same /sixty citizens "ou a true story to be published r suggest that all concerned:! a governmental force that' Is Invited: to Story Hour every

plished or whatever the boosters ure I and to /sound warnln' who met\ at the courthouse! In your paper. I attempt to be fair about thematter too big and powerful to pro Thursday afternoon at the
the
One, and this is the biggest group, More than 65 years ago libra! rvRe'Idents
Friday night\ wanted us I May right prevailnot
almost of extension of governmental ( tr)1 ,
to Generally any
trying accomplish. :
: old Bell Tower erected to
is that which is content was testIs of this are
majority to area
th have: did you think we wen power and selfish! InterestsDo I
caused
100 cent of the time the knockers I powers beyond give' fire In this unrest too.
the 'alarm of
per : iirwed to the library facilities.
sit back and accept whatever happensto perimeters fixed for( it by th' too stupid to know what wa I you reckon'' this will be by "Communist agitators?" I \ use
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have substitute to offer Stnrke and surrounding nrea
no program It I' Remember! Library
? How funny
a community. They take no active constitution. Knowing Ra' best for us : printed Oh. how prejudiced Pitrloti.sm is a word onedoesn't
because if to involvedin It was paid for by the pu ore- services free to residents
they were get of the are
to se some same reo- run we be?
I
part in any of the movements design- Starr as Ionic a* I have rds from amateur play hear often anymore
promoting one they wouldn't have ni<- carrying petitions who I nn pro John Smith of Bradford County.
know his column will aervrIn the cornerstone on
eel to improve their home town ; their I duced and directed: by Mrs J It was
time to knock else. only a few months ago' felt Box 723Starke.
something
these and other which our fathers foundedour :
many
attitude is "let George do M. Truby. FTMHJTK:
generally a that petitions" didn't mean a Fla I FOR ROSES
However,
:', it" one and they accept whatever conditions The knockers usually belong to no ways. I thin*. If you 'are upset, think This drama was entitled I well government understand and You, have to fumigate the
: State Treasurer and Insur "The Stolen Will, and attendance can ap- HOI! for pretty, roses, and ft'sbest
"F develop whether they be for civic organizations, although there are how I felt when I presenteHa idea that possi-
Ance Commissioner Browar almost 700: was so large that It was I ('.\liP. OF :\IJoTI : preciate the I to do the 1 job before plan.
J better worse.Ve this petition bearing/: !
: or suppose exceptions, but that does not prevent WllUams commented "Dur- ijly our children will live under -
repeated for two performancesThe I ting them. This rid
way you
t.l group will always be in a majority for them from being experts: on how each ing1 mv recent trip: to Russia! signatures. representing" a money was raised:! to Stnre meat takes a big Communism. When so I the soil of any harmful organ-

;(f' it seems to be more and more the nature local organization should be run or end other Iron Curtain conn I cross-section handful of the of entire buy the fire bell 'and erect It. chunk of the family food dollar many of the people I come In ''mns such as fungi, bacteriaor

',if/: of Americans to adopt apathy asa why it isn't achieving more success in tries, I found absolutely nr county who to knew a much people that I remember that some of the every precaution .shouldbe J I contact with In my day to ,niiitod8. Dr Howard, Mll-

substitute for active citizenship.The its work. One sure way to spot one is: I freedom of the press and absolutely they didn't even so bother) to principal! parts were acted by erly.taken Buy In caring it In quick-usable for It prop I 1 chiy life feel concerned that all with politic-IsI ''er plant pathologist with the
laps (
no effort to report Mrs. Clara Lane Richard. :Mlsa are Florida .Agricultural Experiment
to listen to his knocking and think look at their names. Oh, they quantities unless It la to be. careful to keep the vot-
second and smallest of all the facts about the operation of them later after Kate Duncan Miss Emma I I being Stations, says If you
back and if remember !looked at Cold 'utAInti l cm-oil
frozen. (
see you can any- happy so they can be re-
covernment. On the contraryin ers
Mr wait until to
Long I after planting
Truby Judge Gus ;
groups, are the boosters. This is the thing good he has! ever said about anything Iron Curtain countries they had already decided Tellx Lonit.\ Mr Charlie' En- meats like ham franks, bacon I f''pc ted. and that': no little fumigate, there are materials
best for the
handful of citizens in each communitywho news Is dictated by the soy! what was peo-60 spy, and Mr. Dick Ensey. and smoked sausage/ refrigerated -| citizen! or group of citizensran which can. be added dlrecly to
believe that
nle. I cannot In their !
original packaging
are actively, and constantly, do- It is easy to understand why thereare what trnment.; mikes Our us free free.press RayStarr's 1 Is, Bit citizens are more Import- The hanl/scenery for was the dlffe.enlnets palntNIby t l I will keep for up to a week, I States protest protest, nor against even can our the the plant pests.or But around the pre-plnnt-It to Kill

ing everything to improve ant than 1.000 little ones. according! to meat specialists
they can knockers than boos- Federal Government -
powerful
usually more I new column will add and was hung on rollers Ing treament la more practical.
being criticalof Service
I'm not just with the Extension 1
their community. Many times they ters it's easier work and most to the extension of freedom one group of citizens or for the back drops I submit that It is time .

neglect their own businesses to do so of the time attracts more attention. If from Florida's capltol. one County Commissioner! : always!! enjoy seeing thpictures el! '

and yet their civic pride, or motivation you will notice the average knocker, attention State Comptrolled Fred O I'm being critical of them or earlY acarite for'

\ for improvement is so strong that is one thing he glories in. Bud Dickinson Jr. said "I am ALL. This issue should have they bring\ back many fond oRID4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

they do their community work gladly certainly pleased with the keen:: on the ballot In May memories!! 4
and without hope of personal gain. As! we said earlier we have observed prospect of this new commentary and decided by ALL the peo- -Eva. Truby Kllllan I, a plI ESTABLISHED 1879
as it Is vitally Important 805 Boyd Ave. I A(1Iy1 -
these three classes of citizens for a
True, they sometimes make mistakesin I p MtMet LO
good many years and we have no doubt that today's citizen Waynesvllle. N. C Q (i E, L.. MATTHEW. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
their
projects, but the mistakes are clearly grasp! their governments to the dllligence and perseverance
made honestly and if they do make that we shall have them with us al- Its scope and focu ; of members c-f the To The Editor: C r9ea FLORIDA'* OLDE T WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY

one they will work just as hard to overcome ways. Our hope is, though, that the and the challenge' It meets. Florida Press people such t'ot' UNDER THC SAME MA.TM. AO.

it This is the group that determines boosters will never let themselves be State School Superintendent as Ray Starr no officialact 1 "Oh. the power of the I

; whether a community discouraged by the knockers or all real Floyd T. Christian wave goes unnoticed, no action I press." How does the press PUBLKHCO. EACH THURSDAY" AND ENTERED A* SECOND CLAUS MATTER AT THE.
growsor the final cabinet member'! unreported ''and the peopl always know that it Is rUht? \ .
dries progress will stop. POST OFFICE' AT STARKLY! FLA UNDER:. ACT Or MARCH' e. 1.11.i .
up. reaction "All of us In FlorIda are the gainers"The You have Implied In the
benefit from the excellent first edition of "Cap- last, edition that all people i IN THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.8O SIX MONTHS $200

The third,and often the most vocal __ __ -Lake Wales News and thorough press coverage itod Keyhols1' will appeal r favor having the new court II j OTJTSIDK: TRADE: AREA ONH YEAR ....00 . SIX MONTHS U.23

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had the misfortune to stepon Ida Southern College .... brother Ed Coleman of ,fiimt. C "fKriiiirmil ,liallllH III "I'll' "")11 iVilS "" "' iin.p''' '',
with Mrs. John Brown overthe t'li'i'k" of fin-nit _
qyyyVvvvvv-vvvvvvYVY day ht.iit-i'ItiiI III Hin h i "'1',1'1.t I it C
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sonvlllo, four grandchildrennnd ( '. "-'I.hl.\, lilt I olio" tI'lillfloati'
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and daughters Mrs. Wise some nails Ills grandparents. weekend. "('rtlfll'lltl'H \\ 111 111H'i',1,1| | (" (.
several nieces nnd nep- U !9 I : :: : No. I l-O. .
:It hlll.10'r nt I I th *
served dIn- Mr. and Mrs R. E. Mrs Charlie Bowen of hllll..1 "tjr'
and Ml-s. Brown Viinof.. iHHIIlllli) ii 1!> 4lipmrlptltm ,
LAWTEYBy \ hotiHtf 01"1' ">n t h fIrHt M I" ,.
ner and everyone had a nice Starling and Mr. and Mrs.' D. Starke was visiting her son- ,hews. extendstheir :\tll'II'I'1 01.- ,"" '1.14'"'1'111'\0 I of t I'miM-rlv I IT-U duv in :Month *.iI i' I u.-mi. I ,'i" I "|"'
N. Howard of viisted Mr The community .It.II: : 111-I \\ A r.r.'l''! Not,III of SK: lotof trcl,, ..'.
visit Apopka in-law and daughter.( t"OIt 1' \; \\lth'h IH the : day of i i t
sympathy to the familyof ', %s2lll:: N21i1' .I K;.l'l.::>
:NK'i":
1 Enaa!: B.Dcba! Church of God': Sunday him Sunday. r.nd Mrs George Prlvett. and:! I 1t41. 1111.III. I. .II.J j L i IM'f'I I'lt.tl
,. .tee Si-" : ; ::: I
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Colcman. ill: ) lii
I the lato11': n'.I'.I.' : iS' I"I J:i: "tuuv: C;:1IIln' I 1\ ,ij: .. I. : ,.. IHH 'J'Mh' ,
School: 10 a. m. Worship 11 We are pleased to see Don the Melson Pi'lvetts on 8uncny. N ;S..miI ..... II, SC Iii..". I.. .\' : It t i -I t I U.l\ if v ItI i iUUHI
A. I ,l'IItsON.LM': :\ I :?II"I"I'. 4 1'.11'1 I II.I.i ii -ii 11",01' I ,,, I 1 '"'"':.
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nnd! 7:30: p. m., YPE Lee back from several months A.. ,,, ,. I I- I I.:" IC'
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Helen ... ,,, C 'I' \/: 1'\/:11\/: \
,. rnritrii ACTIVITIES: Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Prayn duty in Vietnam. He Is spending Little Miss Nancy Bennett .(' ( ( vlHlted Sunday In (OI'l'l'n COy hits 1'11,1 I t ".aiol ,. i"C 1.1,." ,, < ,,,,' ., .Ml, .1.1.' I 1'' ,"II," ,i.I. ""I !. I I I. i 'C t ,'."11, nil l 0'.".111. '
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Grace Methodist.: Sunday I ) service Friday 7:30: p. m. his leave, with his parents. attended the bIrthdAY party with their aunt Atrs. Kstelle; ills')i-I,1,1..'t,.,CIt,I.'., ,Ci."' is"t.t...,,,,,.,, r 1,1' ,,01y'nl' I I'I' 10 1 "C iiI-4, ". ,, ,, I 'I, i ., ,Id,, nit., ."'I i ..1 1 < 'iittnt\' |10'1.,1, | ,
School 9:45.: Services 11 a. m. Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson of Sheila MoAley' nt the hnmt' :\ Carter! and uncle Onnle North. or 1."".,n. i II. d i, ." I II'' "I,i I..I" 'I 1 "11 --

and.;! 7:30: p. m. Prayer CIrclet\ I School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 in Gainesville and his of her parents! Mr. and Mrs. 1 tary | :Mr. and/ Mrs. Avory Sl.ulc .

Monday 9 a. m.. MYF. Wednesday 1m.. ''and 7:30: p. m.. Choir brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Donny Mosley Monday afternoon | PTA HJid lighter Deanne visited -
T Practice 6 m. Prayer service ':and Mrs. Tom Tatum. Jr. of last week. (
7:30: p. )m. p. p.m. I last Tuesday. In Hampton with :
Coibet' Five members of the Of- Wednesday 7:30.: nnd children here. Miss Gertrude Cruce of :Mrs. W. M. Shule.j ,

tIdal Board attended a district Revival services will beginat Miss Elizabeth Terry visited Gainesville' was a weekend! were I liunnis) Thompson left recently -

Cot' meeting In First. Methodist this church on SundAY. her hister. ]Mrs. C. EStrlcklani. "I .ltol' of her parents. MI' and willi I .. ( j( for I Ft l 111'1. N. .1. \t'i "it'

fen Church In Gainesville Sept 26 and continue through : In Gainesville the Mrs. Frank Cruce. and other he j In statoncd alter spenilin, PI

pkxwai Tuesday evening of last \\eek. Sunday. Oct 2. Rev Charles latter part of the week. relatives 01' .*. some time here with his wife
) Miss :Mary! Julia Futch of Mr and :Mrs Robert Carlton I
First Baptist: Sunday Prior111 be the speaker 'I : 1.Mrs. Gel'alrllne Thompson u.i:i I Iiclatlvcs
1 1 School 10 a. m, Worship 11 Everyone Is\ invited to attend Tallahassee!' spent the weekend of Jacksonville' also visited in lialilwln.i .
1Ie1roa> I with her mother. Mrs the Cmce family during
learn that i Weekend quests of :Mrs. F.
Training We to
a m. ana 8pm. are sorry :
Union 7 }p. m. Midweek serv- Mrs Charles Shuford Is a Joyce Futch. the weekend Mr. Carlton l I' of ): B. Coleman and son W'I'O1( : ,..
hal Darin McClellan or Svlvar.ia being transferred to Bra-1- ice Wednesday 8 p. m. Begin- pntlent in a Tampa Hospital Inn
cn<* ping October 2 evening serv- Friends wishing to write to Ga was visiting his (tr.indcarents. ford county In his employment At ] ', and Ir.nod/! Airs. IJ. F. I
for Mr. and Mrs. L. M with the State Coleman and daughter all of I II
Ict"- will be changed to 30 her may address their card I iJ;
tel''I'D Mr and Mrs I. P. Rnfusrnnd also
minutes earlier. In care of Mrs ShuftrdSdaughter. :McClellan. for a few days. Jacksonville.: :

Rev. Oene Lewis of Chat / Mrs John Wri t spent thD weekend with his NormAn. \\'I're'e'kI'IH1 guests: last week! In Tampa Air.I ;j
tnnooita. Tenn. was ;guest: 3105 Samara Drive. Tampa.
sec speaker Rev and Mrs. Lewis\ We also regret' to learn", parents. Mr. :.ind Mrs RonnvMcClellan ? of RPV and Mrs. Joe Rauer-: I Browning went dci\An\ lor 1 tin-,

To wet I' Saturday overniihtmiols that Michael Starling son oMr < While there they on In Orlando. weekend to drive, her" homo. "

sm wa of Mr. and Mrs. : and Mrs. Weldon [rBobo called! on Mrs. McClellin's: New' residents of Law'tea, nie Mr. and Mrs. Bufoid, .. I IliR. .46TI j.,CI ".:Ifr;,;'
nephew :Masll nre) Mr. and Mrs Perry S I :
Unl Pnulev. and attended Siind'ivnight '
Gainesville
str Kartph WIe and sons and on Starling !jIn ginbotham
,
Cte\\\,'!'&. who hAve !1 are ; :
purchaser
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!'amily in
AtiKusta. Oa nt :.Ml
1 1tio Sunday they all en toyed UN \'el'sllYIedIl'AI: center. He : church services ", 1
I
Mrs W. O Rhoden of tIle liom" formprlv known a" Zion'' Baptist Chun-h., Rev. n: I ,, ,; :
Ocala was a weekend 'uest the Wirppn home Ani are' at and T. Williams of StaiUu conduct: 4' : .
foi ;home to thelt-\! friends there !
services
"f her cd Sunday
brother-in-law and
tra Mr anit1.! .... J. O. Pons win ()
on} . hriggliiholh.ini '. ," I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .
,
Jickip.
: Joev. Mary Jack and .
ST" Wainwright/ her frlen-f. Daisy Mlnnledorf { I entertained with a bil.thdaypal.ty :r:<:' I
ala :Mr and Ted Monday afternoon of
Mrs. Postlechnnd
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STARKE{ PHONE Sfil-2600 of 1\1""
Tallahassee: spent the' ; ; <
Ca Jimmie this week honoring her son
spent the weekend -
neekend with Mr. and Mrs I '
alt KEYSTONE IIKIfiHTS-PHONE 173-3176 with Mr and Mrs. M. L Bryant E. Reddish. Douglas on his, sixth biithdiy. }: !
year
th Turner Mr. Postlech Is A Games 'were played /nrd re- -

BaSh- Navy Chief and stationed In Mrs Hattla. Darlev :anorandchildren. at NE% refreshments of birthday( nike ... ..oyy',A,.'.._..... .,;.
Rental Services Sanford Mrs Tanner attend Jnov anr* and Ice cream were served.

Dy od I a dealers meeting at HolidAY Mnncv Bpunett. anltlss: \ ( Harold Harris son of :Mr.and i Accounts be
J HOSPITAL REDS, WHEEL CHAIRS Inn in Gainesville Thurs- Slnnah Prescott enjoyed a me 'Mrs. Leon Harris entered Savings may only'one

thea day eveningMr fish fry with Mr. and Mrs. boy, Haven in JacksonvilleMonday
CRUTCHES Vaughn\ Prescott Hope : of our many services but...
and children -
:
and Mrs Tye and where he Is expectedto
401 Pamela visited John at Flor- and Lonnv Prescott at Pi' : : undergo BUI'gery.0.1..1 .
of their home on Kinssley Lake. A savings account Is a basic advantage inanyone's

evl I Mr. ani Mrs. J W. Thom- :Mr. I life. just plain good sense in

her )n u y and Jay of Hendprsonvllle. ::Mrs.mil I : :\ : u.! AI-I-I.IC( vrioN : any adult's life! It gives you a cash reservethat's
on'ba: SAMPLE BALLOT IC.\; vllsted the Fred Moore ); FOH '1'\ \; IID::!:!
< family over the weekend.Mr. .K.... iii I.Ill I.".'.. readily available when needed. .
the NOTII'K)' : IS IIKItKHV: : lilVIlN: :;;
eel safe and-earning interest until then. And
SECOND PRIMARY and! Mrs. Norman: Pat-
.'.\I ; :"\ that :II""i-. Curl I Mm,"?ton Imlili,"i if
the I Irk visited her parents. Mr <" t tinr.illnM. lint i">'i,111IV I null so many other helpful banking servicesare
oft GENERAL ELECTION and Mrs Doyle Starling over an fllfil, ha III 11 1'1111. toe" for, a I
command under the
at
your very sameroof.
the the tax deffl to bt iNKii.Ml I th.MfoiiThe I
Florida weekend. cortlfifutp" ,niiiniK'rM, MIM, here at "Full Service" bank!
Starke Bradford County day our
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Mr and Mrs. Ouy Norman yuum of 'iHHiinmc. I Ilio <| ii i'II'
an.eOI< of r rtlaml: and:! :Mrs Qprnie the / ] lion of the I pr,i a'M\, : '. ami 1 Miniiines >
SEPTEMBER J 27. 1966 I I In huh It \VHH. is-i-- ..1
Crews of Lake Butler were I
: Usltlnz Mr and Mrs Oscar !': lire CurlUluutu an fulhw,, >'u.: 41. Save here NOW! J
To vote for a person!' whose: name is!' printed! on the ballot ,,
Carter during the week. Year of I IsHiiump I l'!">4
mark a cross (X) in the !square at the RIGHT of the John TIt'.I"rltit' Ion nf 1"1'| ,if\ \ \\
:\ '14 or NIJ'I: of s\v', I i\: :. i(4 \
of the for whom desire to vote.
name person you I ( IKTCH" ). KIM2.'i:;-">-.'.'
THE RIGHT POINT for the .., ... ,
I Name In which *" .1 1 \ "I IHe
COUNCILMAN: : way you. 55 rite. Come In and "'11' Strunit'
For Group 3 select your favnrltn ESTKKBKOOK ) All or HiiNl) |iroperi' '\' ,I". i'''c FLORIDAOne
the L'nilllly. i>f I"IriKlIm' .' ....'l.il'.
For Tiso'ears Vote for One fountain |><-n. TELE-) I la) ,ir r KL.ihla" ,
I GRAPH.Thistle ,, .
rnlPMH Hiich 'lIrlo.II.
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I had 11'10.h", II l hf'lffirdlnv ,it.,1.) 10.,. ..I II .I :
.J,' to Inw thi "iM"p" '' ". i IM I .. B 4:1.'K .A'.T''SI'I': R K E S
r rNEll.
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I ).Noti-l.ook ,30() at the'years I
$2.
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\v II. (BILL) NOEGEL SHJlDDW"I ,ileHi'rllit-d, in situ",< h .. I i I II"I .11.I < i iI ,
TEI.EGn.l'JI.FLORiDA. I the .'
I'ITtlfUlltl-H Will I" B"'ll: 1 t.<"> i ihigh..t til.
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l 101/.1"1'/ l at' tu. uithllllHO
;_ t I I any. (.Ion")i' i.ll t III.' rh'.' :Mi'llIH of 30 Banks. of the Florida National Group
tI TUCKER :
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Mrs. -li Hit. .| .
< N 'Jiil in\ i.l' ''i-
.1 L-l I bnr. I IDHIt.llHtvil" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
) thiM' :J'.it li ''i.iv. i.' An
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ShowtIme-Waekdaya( 7 and fr 4t5.b 'WFI _____
Having 'trouble financing your new Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1 I 1 : .
{home? When Jim Walter is your \\' : \ : I

I .... .. _""- builper, all you hay. to do Is choose FRIDAY, SATURDAY I
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the,home that best suits your needsfronvthe !
.... .. }.. ..- 'I more than 2O models availrcii Sept. 2321: I I dy iu
'\ gable all the
I ,! meeting same high p
__.-- al l.\i\\ 'J standards of quality at the lowest Double Feature Program I. .. 'I _
.,.uIo- UY ...J ::' \ possible price we'll do the rest. I
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;:: : -- ,, NO CASH NEEDED I -

i.:" 10O% FINANCING L ___ ___, _

S11OBThIE \ BUILT ON :sa:,! ; _. *' __ V.'t'I '

\ YOUR PROPERTY I

maS BD l If you own property, you need no !4jgueLZTECHNICOLOR' I"a _
cash Jim Walter will build on your ) : ., : '- : ,aJJ' 4I
\ property almost anywhere with ; : ;; _
HUMEWOHEMI NO DOWN PAYMENT and if I .
f II : you',. really economy minded, Plus -I _
D .
|lim Walter offer you the opportunity : ,:
to make even bigger dollar ; :1
I savings by doing: some of the 0way0ut..itTECHNgcoLoRs .. L5 .t
I 1 interior finishing: yourself. You ,\is .."
may purchase your home built'

to virtually any stage of completion ) ; i _
:
-allowing you to spend _

only as much as you wish-no ..' :
more than you feel you can .... ) / I
I Avai1abe'for \, afford! at this time: So contact .'... I I '

of f DoatS" Jim Walter today. You can I : : .. I.
Millions" tart building your new _
\ JimWa'ter home right away. SUN., MON.. Tl'ES.' _.

Loans a1' \ Sept. 2J; 2(1.( 27
Home \\ I
built I tb. total amollot 100% fiNANCING ,IS ALSO -.. I

I 10101 boS' % b1cb a cu.toanr \ AVAILABLE OH JIM WAITH'S ,, wSll '
Watter, the 08- through the corpora a. loa I .. IpiIt.cj I
Jim use. COMPLETE IINF 0'tlon'
bUU4CC % may I C '5 II -%
largest comp.n aee.
aI 00.Jour lot bome., L tloo.bandln Th.II. oWO II. h e meets. the[\ .... \ SECOND HOME I .'/ptOT! c
1.nf LJ..fonakathe.7C.4 .
tbal there bas ,
aDd
bee .Ialed. oTtsg. 0! nanc:1os: Thls.on..top both ConCOTTAGES\ fOR WEEKENDSVACATIONS !:?. world die laughing!
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is IDoneJ br % available 1o 0t1.rlag: BnsflCl\ (.- urcrs N,
oTtgae sd
4 I !uad. .tfUCtIOC l\
cu.lomer. or 011 thea
tbelz homunorlgagel 105. ellmlnatn RETIREMENT I IivaiiabIO ,
Sr. 01
dotlarl THE AUSSIAHSARECOMIHR
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The 3-Bedroom COMANCHE .. .
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WRITE OR COME BY TODAY ; I .
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FOR COMPLETE DETAILS) OrQOLOPNOCIAIev1R. '" ;4., .. ', ., PERMITTED I''r :'. I IWI ; ,
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JIM WAITER CORPORATION .
Wa/ COKUINCR COIIPQUTION( Of AMCKICA
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l I would lilt to mow more about your building and ..
\ financing plan.Please und me a irs. catalog I amlnt *bRB4 I : ___ ,
WC ARE OPEN SUNDAYS .rnt)>d In a ... 1( t .d : : : .". ,.
Horn Q Cottage -
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JACKSONVILLE FL. :32205 $ Narn.32S1 ..The sign you see displayed on CCA Woodlands illustrates our approach .to' Forest .

West I5ea\er St. Addrest- I :) Management.' By practicing multiple use forestry we provide the South with additional'! f .

P. O. Hox 62 IS City Slat*. I "I.UII'O! .............Asyarl r.creation areas while i insuring a continuous
I of
supply forest
Phone: :{ss-1383 Tel.phoe.. OKlTlQUriSIJ I products for' .oi Iqdustry.1

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PAGE 14'1:

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, Robert Stefanelli I .

Given PromotionAt '



Robert Sperry-Rand L Stefanclll 33.I 4 r'S N; LAST VffiEKEN D 10kk

ban! been promoted to Test

Foreman iMfttlon) at In Sperry Oninecflle!Rand, Cot He ( <

will b? responsible for second
shift supervision of the tub
testinsr operaslon nnj tin: ,
- ,I;Standards: Lab.Stefanelli .
'. Joined Sperry :in I '
'May\ 1957 as B Tester and It ItLt PLAY LUCKY RINGO !
was rated! a Senior Teclinir- I ItF
<{fan pi lor' to hU present pos-
ition. ll<* has also been employed -
000 STORESIl
bv the Sout'ip'istei'' a, rr
:Telophone Co. In Tallahaij !-
I GAME ENDS SATURDAY. SEPT. 24th
j, Mr. Stefanelll Is a native' '(kaSlnoJlt"PfaraTaGal-For/&oCfl /4TaEarl!

of Wlshaw. Pa but has spent __. ._ __ "QUANTITY !RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 24TH
!>noi.t! of Flol'lda.I I .
| his life In
tHe '" \! '1''C:" .! '..:: ,""r' '.Le':; ) "'iii.I" .. .. '
{ graduated from Bradford f;; ; ; t ; ;_.ii.1 ""I'. : IWEi 't' srrra CRACKIN' GOOD -- -

k attended ( REGULAR 29* CRACKIN GOOD Banana, Oatmeal. Choc Ginger Coconut&
yj'lor 1I Cnllfno In Drain l'',
Ho
/ srted 1
.r G aboar-1 trip aim' ifp run-IP' VANILLA WAFERS 29
; Falpan during the Korean: w .01
D
War.Mr stpfanelll. hIs life sey Issue 23 I. REG. 49c .CRACKIN GOOD 28-.'..

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Betty. mH four rhlldrrn rpslrte >
at 1700 S. E. 33rd Street : BIG 6O CREAMS 39xTWIN
Q11nPllvlllp, ; REGULAR 456 ? KLEENEX REGULAR PAPER ,


SKM.S HIGI"iTI'fan: : : Bt'l.I Towels .Q1\f2.SHIPS.\ : 59

J. M. Edward Jr ol 2/691./ *
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t Starke.Aberdeen recently" ( -sold Aliens n rp"feiPd bull, ,- ; 6-

to Fred Benson "Miller
,7A'kson.1\Ie\ Jr of REGULAR? cr..No.2>4 CAN THRIFTY MAID SLICED & HALVES 39*
/ CHEESEs
.

:\41rU'I i; i'i- \I'I'I.If''\'i tot Peaches t
roil 'r\\ iii-i-n: : t: 4/$1/ f'

.NOTM*11.>r I is.101111 TMIIIM: ..!. :I'.N! '!,'ii\: i.\ CORN CHIPS 49*
tlIIHIt.: T J .
Ahli-rin'm i i h 1,1 1
of tilt |.llnTilntr! ,. ,,,,, .,,, :
1)511 I riii-ii,, Hint. <.. run.I .'r" i. '," 'a REGULAR 59 till oJ,1) ,I I I.," I.I (HHIH-ll Inn1..l, I
T!.."-lin' ".., 'uniil',. I fit A-&a. Bffi-KITS & CORN-KIT I
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t .r tit
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(.'',i. or i 1..1': i1.,,t 1-1,ii.i...r si itim I, ltd.'i.:* i.'... .1 I, REGULAR 78.? Gt. Pkg. BOLD

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SI'A 74'. S ii.< H...v S I 'Jlii i' ;,. I I. M
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Nnc I". 'r-s-s; 1t2.i.5111 : \ ChocolateDARLING Cake 59
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All lI r Hilil "
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Ins n MAID
THRIFTY
flur" .:unl\' i.r Itriiill''Hl,, I "..,"I.of I. j No.2 9Pk. DIXIE DARLING Plus 25 Free Stamp

fill.Floridat ..:K: XII i ,I h I IMliri., .11', '" I Itlflllltl'H I. WHOLE AND SLICED PINEAPPLE :,
) Mil.ill,, III* '....II'IIM..I| ,, .1, I Ic'lnllntc I 4/1/ :: French Hard Rolls 25*
li> I.\\' tin
iirnti. u.dcxcilhiil
,' in MIL h r.i .rln,,hut.,, ,,, ," ij REGULAR 2/39c 12-o/. THRIFTY MAID No Vj Cons BLUE BAY
"..rllf''.nt..B \\III> In- K..II. '.) ,t... ,10., 20-ox. DIXIE DARLING
hIi&'h.Mt l Mililfr al ti i.. ,,,'"' M CATSUP TUNA FISH
h'lllHi in doorn Miitllll) nf the ... .
which IK
.bee I8IIH.r the :3rd rlnnf i i 1. 410. 19-oz. PILLSBURY LAYER REGULAR 29e No. 303 ASTOR

>atf.l 11))In. 301,h oJ".)' .,r An i iKIIBt
I 19116.! !) I' CAKE MIXES 3fl./ TINY( PEAS 4fl./ '
,
.
.
( 9Altl.l 11: \ !>\.ltI'"ll'.k \" .. ONE QUARTER LOIN SLICED 4
i < | nf I ciivuii. '; Til I'nu' .y I'Iolit.,I, J REGULAR CANS THRIFTY MAID

!I I.Ill> !ICHllihil 41' '!1i':iI !I"'. "I'hIIIJ. .Mn.1,. ,, ..r r:; FRUIT DRINKS 4/1./ RKZ BEANS 10r1.1PORK/ t CHOPS 79'=

tinCity i.I' "Hturke.' 1 FI.III' | i.\
virtue' ill the niitlmrlti \.->t.t., "l REGULAR, 15..'" LYKES CORNED REGULAR J9,. 10-or.TOOTSIE" ROLL
In 'in** hv ,IIIM. iln hi-ri'i. ....//1 ,iRwiinil k4d BOB WHITE
.. I'l'liniiry Klnili'ii:' ,', 1 too II i.. BEEF HASH MIDGEES
',YI hl"d l ul tin 1 KinKtntliHi" 'in, IIMturr.abl ... 3/1./ //1.
Cltv liv gnhr1 J I d I !
,
\nti. rn on 'I'lii-Hiliiy s.-ii| n i I. i iST. SLI. BACON 79
Lb.
'I'IHH! .\ It l n>r I Hi.in"''' ,
01' Klprllnii: HifnllMultiu, 4. \ .. -S : 1. ]. /. ..1"A"
group) 't I 'mini' "thiin' t.Itwo I i it
..
t \iHri.ATTKST 1
RED JONATHAN FRESH SWEET t
: .. PLA- GRAD D&D FRESH
JI I. 'irill I Cdo: I iMl-I 1 i' -

., I I _. Apples 4 .':,, 59, Rutabagus 2"19x t Stewing Hens -19


GARDEN FRESH GREEN U. S. No. I YELLOW .

r" U. S. CHOICE WD BRAND BONELESS FULL CUI I
CUTFUEL Peppers 5/39x/ Onions I 3 BAG 39 :


U S No. 1 GEORGIA RED SWEET Vj Gol./ THRIFTY' MAID ORANGE,, f.. Round Steak La. 88
.

BILLSL Taters 4 LBS 49 Drink 39x
U. t. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEFChuck


NlI I' toJaz.'h ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID !1: Roast La. 48 '

I I .

-- T U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND E-Z CARVE n;

ICE I MILK GALLON 49 F. f I Roast u. 881I


I Y .
1
I I
) MORTON CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY 16 tr> CUP FRESH FROZEN WHOLE I U. S. CHOICE BEEF PLATE U S CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF SHORTRib 1


,kI G j Pot Pies; 4/89/ Str'berries 2/89/ *. SteW 2.8 Ribs 38's

i FRESH FROZEN FRENCH FRY BREADED CHUNKEES f .

i! Potatoes 5.BAa 89* Shrimp i 2 LB' $1.99DIXIANA

I REGULAR,.. 1 12 o<,, Pkg COPELAND CRACKIN GOOD CANNED FLAKY


i If IfI I SALE Wieners 39* Biscuits 3/25/ *

REGULAR 53e 8 oz. Pkg KRAFT i St.I'DRIE PACK PERCH FISH, r
GREEN PEAS 0 e. { .

with FUEL the SAVING all new SPECKLED BUTTER BEANS $ Cheese 49* Fillets 3 LB$. 99* y

: : : : :
CUT CORNBLACKEYED. . . .
Sit the nvolutionaryfATINTID T/j-LB.
I U S.CHOICE VEAL CUBED CUTLETS ORVeal
PEAS. PKGS.
1 0 0 t

CUT GREEN BEANS. . 1 I I Cutlets I '1 49 4:i

: . .
BABY LIMA BEANS. 4 nr
r rI 0 ... ,, .... ...
.. '' -":," .
,OIL I Sthat HOME HEATER ( '. .' .'.'f/l'"n./' a <. ._ ..-4.7T-_____1

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now gives ----- ------
\ you / : ;;: : Ti- -- : : -I- : i- :; --V : IRA
I SUPER FLOOR HEAT I ; I EXTRA I EXTRA I EXTRA I ----I--- ; EXTRA YELLOW

IltI! : dVrGREEN! !.STAMPS' V : I dyhGREEN!;! .STAMPS... 1/ I .W;FIT*GREEN-_ j,*>*STAMPS nmutr-w : I ;!..,GREEN!I "_STAMPS I ::1 I d7/! / GREEN!. _STAMPS.
see it now! / o-A- 11
I TwO tAN1 PUf,CHAVK Ofi : TWO 22 ONB 12 OZ CAN 1I
TWO eo.c" n61. : DP! .OU'H' ( OO WONTH Of DEEP SOUTH 0 Ef GULF I
I'I'I / = :I { Boggier i: Preserves : -'?f Candy. :i ]( Hamburger.Dills I :! ? Aerosol t Bomb 1/ OLEO
DENMARK .000 1trT, 24 I .Oo NNY 1rt, 24 aooo fMitu "r ;24 aooo mitu .KPT 24 I I aoot FMIIU .1.1( 24A I
I 1 1 ,
AT LOCAI WINN Ole ""II" _Of LOCAI WO" OLAI or -7 Af .O.'L W"" 01..1" NIe"" : t .OGOL W ""011. 511 cw. .. : oj ___
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r. 0 - SOLIDS
[ Furniture Co. I I EXTRA : EXTRA: ;: EXTRA : EXTRA. : EXTRA EXTRA

: I .t7;!_GREEN._ _STAMPS : I dye.,.GREEN. .STAMPS: : I I I dye..GREEN"i STAMPS : I dy(.GREEN. ._STAMPS : I dy! GREEN i -."_" STAMPS-v-n*< 1 USI I dN!;,..GREEN STAMPS /

Ml: I W. Call St. I: I .OHor' 0 0'[ ; TWO ..K3HIM 'I- TWO .... I I
,I J4-1' {W'IPT'' PREMIUM 1 I.., T." 2.OZ WI> I I..., w-5.WO.Two*..o l RICH ,f : 141 >>.FTtyDinner ; Dixie LILVHushpuppies
1 I .. Turkey Roast : Cube Steaks : Ground Beef : .7( Coffee Rich I 2 29
Phone !Mi;I l21W |:[ I.' ..,., .. 0 _. LBS *
I aooo. THRU. 24 0 -- aooo THWU 1rt 24 I .y' .ooa T""U IEP' 24 1 -- OOOO TMttU IE"t 34 1 J);' .ooa THNU LLPT 24 1 6"MY 1
1: AT LOCAL WINN DIMIIL V 2 t : AT_LOCAL WINM. _Olxlt. _<*3 4 : _AT .out_ WINN_01.1.. 071_ : *? LOCAL WIMN. .0111. 438* : .T LOCAL WNN-..... r2* 8 V AT ....0..1.. 1
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH. STARKH. FLORID!: THURSDAY, SEPT. 82. 1968

ro

.. Morocco Temple

Shrine CircutIn

r- Jax Soon Flair 1 i GET STARTED TODAY I

Morocco Temple of Jack- cup THESE SLIPS &MARK THEM IN YOUR
. fonvllle will present the Internationally i a '
.. lenowned Ham- ,, a "AROUND THE WORLD"GAME BOOK..

Id Morton Circus for the I YOURS FREE AT FOOD FAIRI V C 4 4AROUNDTHE
fourth straight year at Jack-
onvllle's 10,000 neat Coliseum AN ALMXPINSI-FAID

Sept. 30. October 12. CASH PRIZES ssa PRODUCT = :D.
J The Shrine circus with Itslineup (1 rle5 HOLIDAY I

Cobel dotted with brand new, I PRIZES .........". ............
. > European 'acts as well as ti ;I f,L 1 A 1 $3,00041,0004500 R1Q FOR 2 !
Co some as some old American '
$2504100450 THOUSANDS IN FACH STOREI i :
.. fer end Continental faivoritles c SAVE YOUR "AROUND: THE WORLD ..
c a HUNDREDS GIVEN :AWAY IN ;;
pit will give five performances GAME SLIPS .'. A DRAWING WILL
;
$254104541 EVERY STORE EVERY WEEKJ .aKG tor o ;
wa in three days at new reduced l BE HELD AT THE END OF THE CAME. = =
prices. I
tie Shrine Night will be observe :* AROUND E -J:

TOt! :) Frldav. September 30 l- ... .. . '" .. c c- . WORLD 80 WAYS IN ': 8O WORLD WAYS IN 'E-
ha at ''an 8:30 show to which the i i4s I ., ; .. ..
. ., en general( : public Is InvitedThere h' ,. . n .. .. f. ., _",

fo will be two perform- d e .r .. ,

ten 2:30 ances: p.Saturday.m. and 8 Oct.p. m.andtwo 1 -at 164 SAVE LB 1 I -M:::::: ash S 77o4k' LEAN >4 TENDER $$J=; .

more Sunday at 1:30: p. ; SAYE IOC PER IB eo..i
PRICESCOODTHRU STEAK & ROAST\
ae T m. and 5pm. f'CUANTITY I' .. [ .
Adult reserved seats! are|
THE

win II$2 1 SO 50. and Children general under admission 12 will :; r t; 1 1WEEKEND U.$. /? /
at P I IC N I C 5 .-. .- /
U. be.25 admitted in reserved this feats'year and for! t tII RIGHTS FLA. Olt GA. GRADE'A' fRESH I AT CHOICE .

for. II RESERVED !
general admission Reserved /
fo seats are promenade o
tr and box Mat!! only The renter FRYER RiB
or mezzanine/ seats In pant STEAl(
ft
1
at )Pars\ reserved! : come under!
.
general admission this! year /
Ct The circus Is sponsored bv SAVE
; r + I
al Morocco Shrine Temple with LEG BREAST r .. V5 c
or 11 8a
thBi proceeds going toward!' TheTetnple's @ ;
annual activities!!
St Including: the appearanres of a 18
D; its bands; and unlforme-l t SUPERMARKETS QUARTERS
th units In behalf of public projects = i 'SAVE 1U IB BEEF CHUCX ,_'
1 SAVE 30t IB AZALEA BONELESS 3 TO 5 LB HALVES
a 40 Tickets .are on sale at the I = TICK THE PART YOU LIKE THE BEST1" 1 STEAK..58s-
Coliseum Hemming/ Park. | HANDY, HAMS i ft9c
of ev Morocco Temple or from a I I / .."..""......... .... I SAVE IK IB ROUND BONED ,,
he ShrIner. They may be ordered SAVE SOC lB. BONELESS THIN CUT ITALIAN STYLE '

ba on 1145 by East mall Adams from the St Coliseum : @ rnR[ ] --- C 1 VEAL CUTLETS a.19' i STEAL..............! .88''

ce I lA\n\ ..................... SAVE IK IB BEEF POT ,** "
thc Horse FrolicsIn FOOD eiliLJL5! SAVE IOC FARMER GRAY ALL MEAT SKINLESS ;

Lake Butler e ROAST.I.....-........68t=
than F R A N K 5 j39 1
12D PKG!(
This SaturdayThe STOCK UP NOWFILL YOUR FREEZERI 1 1 .....e................................s........ I SAVE 11C IB CALIFORNIA .....J


coN Union County Riding "9 M or t Or ;-'APPLE', PEACH 1 PURE! PORK COUNTR\ TYLE' !!(VARIED WEIGHTS) nHESpRED WHIPPED : ROAST_..._......LB....68
Club will hold horseridingcompetition I ), OR COCONUTFRUIT SAVE 42( GIANT 40 QUART 1 SMOKED SAUSAGE.........? ?.694 SIX STICK OLEO...............la,..Z94' I
Saturday.:! Sept HER MAN'S SLICED FOOD FAIR FROZE BREADED VEAL OR SAVE IK IB BONELESS CHUCK 14
24, and invitations: have been WASTE ff\\ I COOKED or BAKED HAM'.;.;!.594 CHUCKWAGON: STEAKS........t..79 $ I
extended to other riding- COOK QUIK FROZEN let BACON WRAPPE!' I ROAST. __ LB.88.1.
clubs to take part In the I BASKET./ /I( BEEF TENDERLOIN......*.f/: """ ""
competition and also In a I PLASH FROZEN OCEAN I SAVE 30C FRESHLY GROUND .
)parade planned for 11. a, m. e t / PERCH: FILLETS?.......,3LDiS1.00 '

should Entrants!! In the parade ._ : BKE._......... $ .
report at 10:30: a. m. .
at the staging area near the, .'

school Prizes will be ''awarded to PlES's, 1 /'' = JEPlt Pi.re' -i I .

the youngest youngest girl to boy ride and In the the f 1 refh _; t:-:::t.l'JI; Sips./::. ; j. a.-Reww agRdNN. ;

parade. unassisted! and to / .'i ; mCK CXTHA :

members the riding participating club/with; the; moat $ e SWEET FUME TOKAY RED ALL PURPOSE WASHINGTON BARTLETT .." It8W:7":-" : MERCHANTSFao' : -STAMPS-- J

Chicken ana: rice plates 4 I GIFfBOOK. ;: eo MARGARINE.LuE eoHHET son =
.. will] be served at noon; $1.25 GRAPES APPLES PEARS ;..;::::=.::.:..:;;::::; 2i:6.-.t.. .
for adults, land 75 .cents for fOR F r------------- --- -": f------------ .
chlld/en. No admlason will .
-I.I
be charged to the Horsefrolic's _-.I.
competitions 'Which 4 ; PREttTRA. U j PREtlTRA. -
begin at 1:30 p m. 45c 1.19c 1 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN! 2'"t' J Jr
MOHTOM. KEG. < L$. La. i Ot '*
Awards will /go to the highpoint /89tMACARONI A list NfGrSUPER' : : r 'i',
rider for the day In I t 9 lAG AQUA MET 1 TWIN PACK t
each class. An entry fee of $1 Rr I:1'. : :...,_"HAIR:! !!. fPCAYa__.!wt.:: ;!._._ _.!POTATO.CHIPS':! ,._!17J
will ------2166------ ------ "'
JSe charged. & 'J .. : -2166-------..
CHEESI li f. ----- -- -- .
BUYS' a. C f tiff" JW"f" 1Iif -,-. : ------------ag-- J
REGISTERED, ., I )
ANGUS ;
I \ .rt' ... .. ."..-L-. S SFvP : :
'
John Odom of Starke recently rRESd.. '"!'." .; 1.S i PRt "aTRA. -_ _-: -' : PRlt .aTRA. --- S
U S
NO 1 1i -
.,.
purchased t four registered :: Iy J. LOtu-n.4.., Ii.AltY '7.. ; : MERCHANTS., GREEN STAMPS_.... .: MERCHANTS..... CREEN, STAMPS. r
.. ; W>tNIHltOUOMW ----
Angus cows from Pal -! 7U.JPRAY : i I ., E.':
BAKING ;B $B. u. MOUTH WASH
metto Farms Palmetto. PINE e.
w LIQUID I I 1 i DISINFECTANT\ .! "_.!. : .._....LISTERINE.. .._.....__!. .

01'1f"1'': TX 0M) ..UM'I.HtTIOKOII UFK11N.r. :.: \ LILT HOMEPERMANENT ICED FUDGE COCONUT rai1m.I:! : 1 ti:

ini III. iNQTICK .-. PRELL OR LEMON CAKEPOTATOES ; ,
I III> IIKFir.-liY: II1VKN: : : .o -" S
Hint .Mr T..1. : rncc I 1
Alderman lii.trt" i :
of haM filed the following. t-Htlfl.. mi-. MEDIUM BOTTLE LAYER M NTSGRE' STAMPS. :! : MERCHmSGRUN..... STAMPS. $
Bald >rrltfli''uim for ? : J M ceu0t rs.oa. 2
tat deed to ba Issued. thereon 60< ELSEWHERE / ; : FOOD FAIR *

,The..,.certificate of I .mane..number the dssrrgl. and, $2.00 ELSEWHERE 1 1 9 le....... I L8 : _g FRENCH STICK LOA J=
lion of the 791..SSSSXSSS33KffZSE5 ?
properly and 10
ih>- i VERY CURLY 1.67 j
namnn which It wu .U NN.asedar. ,| 5S !
Tear Certificate. .. of follow-Inmiuni-e No.: IS l 8tDearrlptlon 5 3. OR MEDIUM 4.E. BQ/ Ii

of
Properly Lotof

4 Nam.lk'3 In In which Oralmin.. ..a....(.1 I f -.. r';. _. MORTON.REG. 4/89/

Louie All of o.mp..y.aid I SPAGHETTI & 5
property lielnx In
of the Florida.Unless County aurh. of HruJfc/r.I.. Mtulc. I NEW! "HUE SKY WHOLE CALIFORNIA M nflIpl rCLws. pillSb Y t?$; J MEAT BALLS 8oz PIGS$1

Jlflcate." shall rertlrirute l he! reile.mml or -er.... SAVEUPI020 ",BEST;! YOUR CHOICE, !'CHOICEI!
YOU
.
cordingto law
the properM ''.xm-
dcHcrlbed In mn-h, 'prllfl."t". '".> APRICOTSOR INSTANT :htV t"' SAVE UP TO-144 SAVE UP TO loe
rertlflc-uten will l I.e anl.i l | t" Ih.hlll'h..t
bidder.' ut the '..>nrihome r m' Morton
door nn th. first Mmi. COFFEE FLOUR MAY NAISE
day In Jlonlh or whl..h'lo the 3rd day. of Ci. ,I.. GLAZED 0* rOWOEKEIDOUGHNUTS.i


bo'Dated. .,1866.CHARLES 1988 Clerk I this of 301 Clrruit h A day IHKHY Ciuir.f of' .AnCU.t. 'i!, lACHES =MAHDUSE:BONUS JAR $119 PIaLI'SAaY 55 J KRAFT 42..JA* 59( a

\
Bradford County Kluil.HDl '

41 9/21 POLLY PEACH FREESTONE HALVES $B 89. GOLDEN ROSE 450e 58 49 _. '

1* COINTV\MI JIIM.K4 Full III: .! \U'O",1 401 It''TIS l ) :, ,I..OAR .. E HOMO ;;::. 3Y..,. BREAKFAST. TREATHONEY 2"'c

COI'NTV. Fl.0llllt' ro '' '' 491 $ 1 :: : BUNS s9 t
In ret Estate' of Mary I, I.en s" ; .. gPontT5
.
on. dsres.ed.NOTI.bO \\'a. .5. '
: TO CnKniTORS .
.. .
All creditor. of the estate. I O' tOf. \4
.. .
Mary L. nr>n. deoeaivil' are hen REG.
by notified und, required. t.<. ,PEACHE...._ :. :: rnrnWy SAVE UP TO 33ft R Alt VARIETIES lift ,
file any rlulm or d.m..n.l"whl"h -
they may. have against. "1 IOIE CANS BIG 2 LB JAR SUNAID BANQUETDINNERS
aid .tate! In the office of thecounty BRECKCREME ;
Judge of DraM".1ount
<- )'. Florida In the courthou.e : 49C( VALUEI GOLDEN PAK BODY STRAWBERRYAPPLEPRESERVES
at Plarke Florldu" with | RINSE WITH 1
'1.t... calendar nionthi from, j frK.
the data of the flrnt nul.ll...n- FIG BARS..2 39
( IB PKG T
8or
lion of thus notice.. Knrh': .clnlm. 1 SARA LEE PINEAPPLE
or demand must be In writingand 17.00 ELSE.Tn 6729oz or
REGULAR 2 FOR 354 ROSEOALESWEET
moat male the place in 1 CHEESE CAKE
reelitence and pout offli'e nil-" or
dreaa at the claimant and nium' PEAS 8 M CANS $1 E 79
i ,
be sworn to by the claimant D PEANUT BUTTER APPLE DANISH EACH
hlc agent, or hi. attorney, or I
It will become void REGULAR Zit EACH WHOLE KERNEL GLEEM
law. ., !'::f
to :
Levy Auu.t Lennun Slut 19U. .cell'.ln// NIBLETS CORN.5 120 CANS. $1 '18oz

Admlnliiralor LEVY l..tNNI of!: the Ettate': NEWI REGULAR 2/33/ CONTADINA TOOTH PASTE EACH $ DELTA IRAND IEG.4/5K/

TH'WU8 of Mary a t-enon., PIIClWId96t. dectaied:; TOMATO PASTE .8 6OJ: CANS $1' \ JARA9 ASSORTEDGREENS I ,
... Murth Temple ave.lltark. w- I
.., lo.i rices
jMtorxrfar.Florida Adm I.I'Uor 29t VALUE TRAPPEY'S WHOLE FAMILY69
rir_t>*4ibllcatton. '. on Sept. Ith ;
.
j u..,: .' .,. ? ./.. BANANA PEPPERS.......".. ..1.'642.....JAR! .19t. i _



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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA I



r STARKE. FLORID THURSDAY.!! SEPT. 23. 1966




i KEYSTONE Old Field PondI .1.1I .1I Greenville FridayIndians





HIGHLIGHTSBy I I I Come
Through
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Mary Schaeffer Rising Inch A Day

Phone 473-1127 .

I'K 6-0 Over

aats lass, J: : Old Field Pond is rising at the rate of an inch a Newberry

l''J day, and the water level in Lake Geneva has risen Thomas M. Finley

about four inches in the past week.

1 I Over two Inches of rain I Services Held At
1J has fallen in the With IB seconds left in the '' i 1'\\Its Danny Hlnck grained 43
J 1j Keystone need for an overall drainage Keystone ChurchThomas
.- Heights area since Sunday.I fourth quarter the Keystone \'I' j project was echoed by Mr. Indians scored a touchdown :Moon made 63 in 16 carries.
with
no sign of abating, and"It's
$ Baker who said he had Ions Malcolm Finley 76.
: last Friday night for a 6-0( while Quarterback Wayne
beginning to look likewe're advocated a series of dams of Lake Geneva died Wednesday : I win over Newberry -defending Homer and1ekey: Brokas

in for another high- regulating! the flow into and Sept. 14, In the Veter-. champions of the Susan' counted\( ( for 25 yards, and
water with
cycle accompanying out of the various lakes !In ans Hospital at Lake City I nee Valley Conference -OP- I the lone pass completion for

I property damage says the chain, but that the studyhe after a brief Illness. '! fore the largest crowd! ever] 4 yards

LMS* Tracy W. Baker veteran observer recommended got bogged Mr. Finley was born In i assembled on the Indian Res nelHmlnllettermen play-
S of the Lake Geneva Fort Gaines Ga. on Sept 19 s
down In red tape when it I ervation. inn,, in tlir- forward wall -
area reached the U. S. Engineers. ]1889, anj had served as Justice The crowd estimated at :Mike :Murrhee. Glenn Few.
The Clay County road: department think x>f the In Clay.County
"I we should form peace ] 1.200. saw a hard fought defensive Chester Glenn. Jerry Mooney-
last week cleared for several He I|I
some kind of local organiza years. game ended l in socks ham. ami Jeff Batts-did an
out and opened up the out- lion and work toward a project was "''a Member of the AmerIcan I I(Chester MoodyCommissioned story book fashion' as Stephan f iitstanrtimr lob both offenM -
let from Old Field allowing Legl nPttst 38 In Starke
for the entire lake area, Brokas drove over from 1\ <-lv and defensively. Look-
It to drain Into Sand Pond. Mr. Baker said. "This mutter., .and.'had 'Been. a Legionnaire I i I''
the
two line.
yard The kick t In1/'' :good in their first varsity!
just across the line in Putnam of thinking in terms of just .for' 6eir" 4t1 "years. He was" a ,2nd Lieutenant for extra point was blockedKeystone's NI1sti game were Mike Heskett,
County. but Mrs. Lena one or two lakes Is no- real ('hllrtMo'11'1emblr' and a fo:-m- ,,
on-side klckofl f John :McOrath, Jerry George
Clemens, who deacon! 'of the First
owns a nurseryon solution. tr Baptist I
'. I Chester E. Moody, 22; son was covered by the Panthers., Darrel Johnston Ricky Mur
the banks of Old Field CMurth .
at of Keystone Heights.oiuU"jv
Num rouse Instances of '
Bowling ChampsThree of Mr. and Mrs.\ 'Chester E. and'the home crowd suffered'throdah rhee. Malcolm Johnston and
Hillcrest. described the ac- property owners having trouble ..member::. of Melrose Moody of-Lake BroeVlya-Bay<< 16 agonizing secondsof v Thomas ita well.
tion as "too little and too with septic tank Installations Lodge No. 89, F. & A. M. of -
top women bOle trim Keystone IlelglitM walkril late." nave been reportedon Keystone Hel 'hts. He had rear Keystone Heights was pain as Newberry went to i The Indian defense hasn't

off with the duunplonnhlp of the Umllen Hamllrap Summer She said that with the Lake Geneva in recent been a member of the Ma- commissioned! a second lieutenant the 'air in a salvage attempt been scored on since Lake

In 1I1r. Pictured' with their heavy rains of Order upon graduation from that failed to pay off before 4 Butler pushed over for a
League! rrx-ently completed Galnes" Sunday and weeks. sonic for over 30 years.
the Officer Candidate School the final whistle. 4- t.uchdo'fln' In the first quarter -
i trophlen are first plare& winning teammaten: (from left) Gene Monday. Old Field Pond rose The Florida Forest Service Surviving Is his widow, Lucy -
at the and .
Artillery
Army of last season's final
The Indians' .
4Mc. ;>.\illlan (iliulyn. TIIIK and Betty !i ullh'an.11"14: TI1IU won two Inches in a 24-hour per- fire tower near Lake Brook- Faircloth Finley, of Lake: i Missile Center. Fort Sill, started with winning drive s4Stefan ,time The' drfenIs taking
only 2'27: left in
Geneva two daughters
lyn has measured 61 inchesof ; Mrs.
an litlonal l< trophy for highVerage, 157 iod.Mrs. Okla. on September 13. the a tremendous' of
game Moving against the
Clemens said that her rain from January 1 Irene Harris, Tallahassee; and
!to Gunnei-y was the primary pride In this .nment
clock accomp
TEEING OFF of the Keystone HeightsWoman's property is now two-thirds through September 20 thisyear Mrs. Martha Sue Dyal Starke; Keystone stayed on
"ubject taught during the 21-
The North Central FloridaWomen's Club, a short busl- covered with water and that This is in excess of the two sons, Rupert Finley, of the ground after taking a Greenville I there this Frl-
week course. designed to prepare punt on its own 40 yard line. dav nlirhtl! will be a tough
California and Lowell Finley.
Golf-A-Round was ress meeting was held. Then an eight-foot "mountain"&he average rainfall for an en- men for officer duties In I
played in Keystone HeightsThursday the big moment arrived: had built up as the foundation tire year. Jacksonville: one step-son. artillery units. He was also Alternating running bcks. opponentprobAbly tougher
for Leonard Himm of Cleveland. the Indians mewed to the than Newberry this season.
house
morning Sept. 9 awarding the prizes to the a poultry trained In artillery survey
Tenn, and two brothers Wllllnm Newberry 3 yard line, where Scouting! reports Indicate
The seven clubs In the I18SOClatton lucky winners: was now only one foot above end transport communications -
water. and Charles Finley. fullback Brokas fulled in for Brokers that Greenville has a well-
include Dunellon. In- Group A: Odelle Kennies. I
NEWS NOTESBy map and aerial-photo
the clincher. balanced team -big. -
both aggressive
verness, Ocala Golden Hills,, Keystone Heights and: Gert "The trouble Is that thersis living In Georgia. Also reading, electronics, counterinsurgency -
"With the Panthers' speed fast and capable' ofcorlnft
Starke. Palatka. and Key- McRae, Starke, tie for low a 12 to 20-foot wide canal Helen 11:... surviving ue ten grandchildren. and leadership Although,:: both teams totaled -
on the ground In
stone Heights. gross 46.Eileen coming into OU Field from Lt. Moody /graduated from more than 200 yard' of and our Inexperienced receivers I the air. They also or
will have
Fifty ladles teed-off at Lee, Keystone Lake Geneva and only a 3- Funeral services were held Bradford High School In 1962. combined offense neither we felt our best chances the home
9:30. in a "Shot-Gun" 9-hole Heights Velma Menzen. K. foot ditch taking water out COMMUNITY: : : CHURCH at 2 p. m. Saturday in the could muster a serious scoring were to stay on the ground field advantage.

Tourney. They were grouped H.. and Mary' Browner. Golden of Old Field.. Mrs. Clemens! About 60 members and First Baptist Church at Keystone Audubon threat until) Keystone and utilize our backfield i All of which aids: up to a

according; to handicaps with Hills.-tie for low net 37. said. She also pointed out guests enjoyed the first fall Heights with Rev. ,T. D ChapterTo unleashed Its final drive. power." I week of hard work for the
I Indians,
\ as all phases will
each group playing for first Group B: Stephanie Bran- that Geneva has about 12 general meeting of the Community Bowen and Rev. Merle Pack- Be OrganizedSeptember Coach Lea Rhoden refusedto Proof that the! conch'{ have to be
ham perfected and another -
and second low groan and an Golden Hills: Virginia times the surface area of Old Church Women on, officiatingInterment name any outstanding strategy was valid Is shown

first and second low net Shannon Starke: and Sue Field, so that one Inch or September 12. Mrs. A. C. Holt was In the Hope Cemetery at 28 players saving that It was a by the statistics.' Only one sleepless week fOI'Coach

. Several special prize were Tucker Golden Hills-tie for enter out of Geneva would led the devotional and later Theressa with DeWitt C. team effort. "Pre-game strategy pass was completed in three to Rhoden as he 'attempts -
find the
Jones An organizational meetingof wlnn'ngcnmblnatlon
.given. low gross, 54. I mean a rise of about 12 inches gave a resume of the year's Funeral Home In was followed almost attempts. Stephan Brokas
an Audubon Society Chapter to give; Keystone -
After enJoying a delicious,I Jane! LaCoste. K. H. and in Old Field. program for the Circles BIble charge of arrangements perfectly," Rhoden said. gained 104 yards In 22 car- Its
first
the winning
for Keystone Heights! season.
luncheon served by the ladles i I (Continued on next page) I "We need an overall study! Study. American Legion and Masonic -
Melrose
I and! Starke area will
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and a drainage protect for chairman Mrs. were conferred\ at .
Program :
beheld at 7:30 Wednesday
the graveside : p. m. stay;. two weeks.
I this entire area," Mrs. Clemens Albert Bachmann IntroducedMrs. Srpt. 28, In the Key- of our neighbors soon but ers, I guess. Hope both families
said. "There's no use David Nelson! who nave I atone Heights< town hall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wil! are happy to know that they are pleased. with their
NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP taking water out of one lake liams /spent the weekend! in will not be getting too far new locations.
,I a word picture of her eastern Joined the Park of the Palm In giving\ the notice! Mrs. Toccoa. Ga. I
an-3; dumping it In another. and New England summer Christian Community a q DI- R. Arrowsmith. of MeTro visiting their nwav Mr, and Mrs. Chuck Coburn. Peggy! and Bury

Phi pointed out that all the vacation' trio' and the several rerifrw As' i rpM.1 b" -'n"' "- --'rl 'h'1' n" esrgnninler f .daughter Mr. and Mrs, ChRI'r PiP-Ve. nn<1 inn 'l\Tnr"h arI Arvin vent 'v"h} .tr .. ..

MELROSE-Phone 473-5285 lakes are. connected, starting visits with former Kevstoners man and 'n..ln"er h was active ""f"f( In W4 study' are Incited r-I'rr" and rl1tnl1v I ;' 'brt nun' .r i i \ -i, "IT :' |I't ,,', v-i! ,,1"
'" with those in the Camp Mrs\ Marshall Gallop followed In Christian Men's Associations to attend. Mr. and Mrs. I.. o. B ild- sell their beautiful, ; h ';is.. Crews and Do' \ 'I"i ,

;. "For The Lady Who Cares" Blandlng reservation, on with a colorful reportof since coming to win and! sons Lloyd and.I trailer' so they cnn move into,I
!
5 through Brooklyn and Lake her family's twomonthstour this couuntrv from his birth- .........vv..v...... Brent, of Branford former their newly purchased' home I (Continued, On Next: Page)

\ OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK Geneva to Old Field Pond. of the OranJ:! Canyon place in Bristol, England. It residents of Mclrose spent on Lake Oeneva. Happiest; of

," "Then Old Field drains into area by camper trailer. Is a rare prlvlledge to /greet y !I.ROSE J the weekend visiting friends their news was that they KEYSTONE
Sisters Mrs.
(Closed Monday) Sand Pond, and Sand The highlights of the two Mr. Wllley to this community. Keachle Martha Mac- have heard from !son Chuckle

Pond Into Half Moon and recommendations of the Executive end It U! hoped that he will and Mrs. Harriet and he Is expecting orders Drive-In Theatre
Half By Sally RothhammerAAAasAAA Rice spent a month at Cape "any ray! now" for his stateside
Moon spills\ over into Board were approvedby be Instrumental In leading In -
NELL DUNCAN, OWNER the prairie around Putnam the membership and with his vital work of the Christian' ,a AAAAAAAAAAAa Cod Mrs. ]visiting their friends. duty HP] still has a year I FRI.. CAT, SUN.
Ellinor
i' Hall! causing flood conditions much enthusiasm the new part !In business Lay. to finish out his enlistment Sept. 23, 21. 23Looking :

{I II "Service Is Our Motto" there." Mrs. Clemens plan for altar flowers was accepted LEGIOV NOTICE Duplicate Bridge. Winners .TrY"'TrY"" ", Mr and Mrs Ernest' R.'vela:;;' irttd'
-Ha91eY'RuSSELLMi
I last! week; 1st place -Mrs. in
said.Her Mrs. Bachmann explained Keystone Height! Melrose are the process( of becoming -
view concerning the the Book of Golden American Tenon Post 201 Roland Bryan and! Mis. J. P. "folks of leisure"' Thrv

,I Memories. which will list sill I Commander Billy Rose! an- Vose. 2nd place-Mrs. W. J. INDIAN BEACH are' presently located( In the

I I contributions to the memory nounces an important meetIng Qrollck and Mrs. Phil Kro- Norwood hcwise acio, th "

of a departed loved one who I of the new post on October nier. 3rd placeMrs.. Paley (Lake Santa Fe) ,road-while they remodel the o

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS will be remembered on a designated 6 at 8 p. m. In Clay F:1.cI.rle : Boyd and Mrs. John Str<\wn. Griffin house Meanwhile Roy ..

Sunday, as per fam- hall. The nominating 4th place-Mrs. C. W. Hardy Mr. JBI-K F. Miller, Sr. and Betty Orlffln arc now :7

lly reque$ Contrlbu lons.l'I1\v committee will have a re- and Mrs. F. T. Ho!{ue. .. ., busy with their new business "

{ be sent, now to Mrs. Marshall port. Ed Hempstead la Historian Scout' News Troop 109 "Rev'!\l's Lod;!e' with allthis .;)
105' C'oud'? Boy: what SHOWER Mvi' '
DIRECTORY and lie Id! Hoho.-,
Gallup! of Mrs. E. A. Rush- To date Mr. Rose reports going on tho. Roy still 9
ton. This fund will be perpe- 208 members. He Is energetically Sunday, Sept. 18 at Crystal had: on Tuesday! If that de- found! a few minutes for the

tual and a special place will \ working to Instill In Lake Troop 105 campsite ludge could: be called a shower. first time In "manv moons"1 1 -

, APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE STORE I be dedicated for The Golden! the hearts of everyone the This was a complete Court of then WHO needs RAIN? to do a little fisliinr); ;' nil I of 0v

I Book in the church foyer.I I spirit of loyally to the United Honor with all ranks being We had a short chat with I course ]lie had to .set[ a six

..T V Service Center .THE BLUE PINES On September 26 at 1 P States and Is vigorously campaigning passed and 29 !Merit Madges our new neighbors I yet must > pounden and nn eight/ pound! 'C IvMSiac4rloa aa
KEYSTONEBEAUTY being presented. Troop 105 meet. I caled the C. D.. .
/ m. the Executive Board of for the display of : on er-Just to Impress his rant ,
. Package Store & had special awards presented. Morris family and found
J. n. THIES. Proprietor Church: Women will meet. At the American Flag from"sunrise : -
SHOPEdith COCKTAIL LOUNGE 6:30: o'clock the combined > to sunset.t Special guests were Venerable they have been in our midst

{Authorized Motorola Phllco Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except Men"-, Club and Family Night A TRIBUTEThe Fred Yerkes of the for nearly three months. Sor-

Sales and Service Johnson Owner' Sunday Supper will be held. This is a late Thomas Flnley had Episcopal Church of Jack- ry we have been so late calling \- Forward
Service On AU Makes sonville and John Sims of folks! Mr. Morris
Dance Every Saturday Night : covered dish supper and Mrs many friends and this was a Ornarcnt. says
,,''jTV RADIO STEREO Personal Mimic of Connie and M. A. Schroeder's Circle will ai he visited with Gainesville, representative of (they hai.e. had plenty of company With Confidence!

COLOR TV & Creative The Fireballs serve as hostesses. The Men many each morning at the the North Florida Councl for the summer. that

'Work Guaranteed-TV Rental' Hair Styling 4 MILKS KAST OF will arrange with the program Keystone post office. One They presented the two Eaglet I they like it out here very )Hank. !standing> (with a

"JKeYltone! heights 473-46S1 KEYSTO:. JlEIGIITS chairman, Mrs. Bach 'av about a' week ago, .f-tte: a '9rdfl: Two Eagle Scout:; much and that he Is working

Individual B auty Care mann. for a end nf was leaving to go home to were present, as were many In Gainesville with a new full!Ien'j'c> bank like ours)
'Auto Sales!' & Service REAL ESTATE program Lake Geneva he was con- parents. Scouts, committeemen artificial limb company; So
Every Form of Beaaty Culture adlournment the men will
LAKE LOTS I hold their business meeting cientlous enough; to know he and both Scoutmastersof let this be our late welcometo fjues you u a mighty satisfying -

Open TUM.-Sat. 9-3; I was not well and:! pulled hU Troop lot!) and 105. Th you. t r
SPRING MOTORS Lake Geneva S5OO (Term) Awarding of CertificatesDr. rr feeling of assurance
car off the traffic lane. Veteran -I event took place at a council We need to tell you how our
Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn $3500:> (Terms) A, C' Holt awarded' certi-
.
"Complete Service & Parts Poi'VOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lots $VO up (Terma) ficates last Sunday to th- Frank Price came to hl"i fire that was very Impressiveand neighbor John ShnuuhnessvIs and !>security makes your
Keystone Height 473-4805 MORTfl\fJK BROKER graduates of the "School o' aid and with local people! motivated bv many doing: at this writing, he

APPB.\f4tL SERVICE: Pell7lon' of the EduCA U"nlTralnlnQ' \! was spec: to Veteran's Hospital campouU: of scouting! Swimming I.-; still confined to Room 569 future look brighter. It
If It's For A VolkswagenWe AAAOC'latP: In Lake City. There he \ and a plcnlr was enjoyed In St. Vincent's Hospital in

Have It." Electrical Sales & Service Mrs. M. Ilgen. 473-4316 Sunday School.Program Special of Cer-the remained In a coma for three bv all before the Courtof Jacksonville\ On Tne-.dn'' :smooths (the way whenever .

Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4153: days. Tom was blessed with I Honor. he was allowed to sit up fora
tificates were awarded to th" need reference
Always Plenty of Good Used ;you money,
S.E.McKay Realtor three many friends, as evidenced Football Melrone played: short while He has been up

Volkswagens In Stock Yeoman's Electrical Watklns.Instructors Mrs. Arthur Mrs.Brain-Roy at the services both at the I their first game of the season there for nearly two week or financial advice.

Green Cove Springs", 284.9269F' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS erd. and Mrs. Ray Starnes. First Baptist Church and at at Cedar Keys It was a and right now is not sure of

Sales & Service Phone 473-481A The following three gndiiates : Hope Baptist Church Ceme I hard fought;; game with Cedar his dismissal date so how It i N a friendly, helpful relationship

+ RESTAURANTSBeidler's had tery. Keys winning Melrose led In about getting; those cards on
perfect attendancethe
.I lAUTO SERVICE Frigidaire Appliance Misses Susan Bird and I Tom enjoyed a very active the first! quarter but it was the way? that grows increasingly -

Washer life In the work of the Cedar Keys the rest of the In talking with Johnny -
Maytag Holiday Elaine Lov 11' KING'S Zenith and Motorola TV mond Stamps namely 20 American. Legion, Melrose !name. The score 34-20 with Ross, he asked that I Inform + ;you
;
I Service Siegler Heaters Restaurant hours Others presented Masonic Lodge Keystone Edie Rothhammer and Bill our readers that his youivter[ alb the years go by.

Station Under New Ownership awards were Mrs. Barry Wy- Heights Eastern Star Chap' Harris making Melrose touch- brother Jimmy who U with

P. O. Box lee Metro OIL PAREDE9 I man. Mrs Arthur Ketch the ter, the former AARP Chapter downs. the Air Force In Witch Ita

USED CARS AT Phone 473-2371 tne Food Moderately cef"OPFWiIt :Misses Kay Sutherland, whose now the Fellowship Club PERSONALSMrs. Falls, Texas !is having' surgery FULL BANKING SERVICE

BARGAIN PRICES 7 PAYS WEEKLY I mother accepted for her as! and a rare membershln of Olvnn Rothhammerand on his feet and hand

NURSERY Fall Olnnara T.unche< he has entered Florida Stat which he prized most "The children spent Saturday I shortly. It seems that a numbness
Checking
ELECTRIC Ala Cn
\\ AND ACETYLENE O.C.Carnes Nursery PIZZA PIES bury. Stephanie ShaushnesRV / Past Patron of Starke East Aunt Nancy Hudson.. cause for surgery. Johnny'.s Personal! Loans Loans

W'ELDLYO3IELROSE Hi-way JOO. Florahome BEER Diana Ilgen, Mrs. Frank ern Star Chapter and a char- I Shirley Sever was! Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. David ItiisinoH Loans:! :Safety: Boxes
Block North" of Red Light ter member of then new Keystone night truest of Peggy Rothhammer O. Ross
expect to leave Mel-
4733131MELROSE SE of Star'keNurseT7 Ilgen, Mrs. John Bird, Mrs.
Miles! K "T r Sophie Rather. the Misses Chapter and first They attended the rose this week in order to be

' Stock -Thousands USED CARS Roxanne Ketch, and Pat tinel.! Jess Davis retired sen-I football /game at Cedar Key with their son, during;; his Ill-
of Plants & Fruit Wrinkle. Honorable Mention I master 9f Gainesville Is with Peggy's father Glynn SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING:" : NEEDS

j Trees to choose from.Nice WE HAVE GOOD went to eight other at- of only five remaining RothhammerMr. ness.Mr.. and Mrs. "Pap" Nors-

".M 'Auto Service Shade Tree, Evergreens Used Cars and TrucksAt tendants. bers of the Last Man's Club. and Mrs. Ford Hens- worthy have just had a KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember


{ -4,45Vraer Rlchjird- Jones. Prop. In containers plant any Well Get It Far YoU executive and outttandta who presented the flag son' left Wednesday! : eveningfor They went up an far as Mun- F.D.ICKeystone Heighta. Ft*.

., Owner' J. L. Motor time. Camellias 6s azaleas We Don't Rave. It Christian business %leader, a9s to Mr Tin ley related *nU. West V1r nla. Mrs. M.\ roe N. c. and then wound

f 'I IIi\, Vernon Buff Garage tue.st!!: itteake: at the' OlllnI !'!- ace unt. When the returnln M. Hensley Ford's mother their way home by short visits "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
,.'.";4\ i MacclennyMZLS.OSS Let n.. do your laJI""apbllc. ':ll'e Bible I Chapel last Sun. service mn In 1919! ef fhls ':aq feeerx vKMnjr: with themis'jys I! here and there in South "
I R1It']'. lOG Keystone H.4>. j I area came bank they boughttfeattltsiaal !: Community.
I I daYllr.. \tmiey JIM rocdtJ.7j. Trey ore tiKlr Car III& and! Georgia
\I.,. x.. seas ea4-S4U 473- 457 [ Qn Jrrt FtgeJ J I bar hick boat and pU4 to We are coinj to loose some


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1'41'n'LI.'E. / .. im'ust' ,\'", si"" r. 1'' '.
IIK.MII'Ultl' ) CUUN'I''I'IU.I'UHI'U': !t'AHICK.! rLOltll -I'II"J",
----
I I I Carl Swisher I HIHI.E <'UXS.sAT
via plane for a visit with her Christian. Mrs. Davis Is from1!. for weekly publication. So will b. better in a day or so. ganlst: Mrs.

That' Our Business : NEWS NOTES daughter In Puerto Rico and Detroit, Mich and :Mrs. .1| often someone will call and Mrs. William Few and he"I summer organist. C'.AI.VAK' H\I'TIvrAH
j School 9.4: $ t. m
1 GLASS return to Miami, where she Christian Is from Atlanta. ask such questions as "What mother-in-law. Mrs. Lyda Sunday boys and
Worship 11 a. m. Kills
arc ,
will meet her husband who Qa. Before returning to Is. going on on Sept. 17' or. Few Mrs. Oeorge M. Schaeffer Morning vltod to come to !

.. "If It's Glass We Have It" I will be staying with his home cities they plan an l.nell'l; "Is October I 5 an open date?" and Miss Martha Schaeffer Sunday, C Nursery open both list COiapel at 3:30: Calvary. Bai'J'
m ,
r r'l'l'l'om Preceding Page 1a ] of houra.Ji ] p T ,'
daughter there following sur- of Florida. because they planning were luncheon guests
CALL WRITE or VISIT tended! tour are day Sept. 27. There. wn,!! bs'
FOIL ANY GLASS NEED bottle of champagne, and I eery; in a Miami hospital.. tome vent for their club. We Miss Anna O. McCulloush at i -Cpl conal singing of hymns> choiu*,,

formed: this Club. On each Mr and Mrs. Walter Sche- INDIAN BEACH I want to be able to help; them. Ue Garden Restaurant in St. Anne's' Rev V.< W Bible verses mlwlonarN! stoi-,
We Design' Modern Store Fronts ibe of Lake I !MRS. HEWITT HONORED Starke on Friday: Sept. 18 /
., Veterans Armistice I Day I Spring leave soon Worstnll vicar; R. O. Copeland fee, and Bible stories taught
'' they have an Annual Ban- for an extended !Vacation I AT MORNING:\ :\ COFFEE Dr. and Mrs.. A. D Vincentof by fUmnelgrraph. Come
Just Mail Us A Pattern Few" [From Preceding Faffelnraham I'I Mr. nd organist.Morning and i
Park and +
I quet and recall: their experiences tour and a visit with his Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. Orange \ Prayer and Sermon bring a friend.
Table Tops The "last man" brother and family at LIber- i.nd Mrs Sam Gardner, Sr Mrs. Sam Gardner. Sr. were
and 4th Sunda.yaI
2nd
N. Y. We barcbccued! were joint hostesses at, a dinner guests! of Mr. and Mrs.I ,
I breaks this bottle as the club ty They plan to return 1
I [ i II
ljJ chickens and some beef. took Morning Coffee to honor and Everett Fox on Sunday evening : I 9:30: a. m. nursery open -
through the Catskill
ceases to exIst. Last Veteran'sDay. : MountaIns FAST
SHEA'S GLASS CO. Tom attended the of New York State to enjoy all this with us and spread I welcome Mrs. Carl Hewitt a after the men had en- I Holy Eucharist: and sermon 9:30 A I CLAIM.
3rd Sundays, :
supper with these enjoyable at the 1st and SERVICEMERRtTT
newcomer to Keystone loved a golf game
I.AARP Luncheon, led In the the colorama of mountain I .
.
W
Church
]
lolks. Jack's dad Clayton O M. (nursery upon
salute to the flag and the foliage and through the I Heights The party was held Keystone Club. I Ca
1313 N.W.'xth PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone Flt2.4353 singing of America and then picturesque country of the Miller\ Si. of Dade City anent: at the Gardner home on Lake Mr. and Mrs. Joe Few from 1 School, 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eucharist II
the weekend with us. On Sun-! 8 a. m. each Sunday. I
past Benoit, Miss arrived on H.
Geneva.
went happily over to Games1 Amish folk of Lancaster, Pa. I:
|1 Sunday: an aunt Mrs. Ros- The refreshment table in day for a week's visit with, Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. MI I
villeMrs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Flues-: etta Estes of McIntosh and I the spacious dining room Mr. Few's brother and famIly -I each Sunday. ETC 6'j: P. M WILLIAMSPhone
FInley left with her ge of Villa Plumosa are en- ''
r her friend Mrs. Blanche Williams Mr. and Mrs. William\ I each Sunday. I
To overlooking the lake beautifully -
OwnLONGCHAMP I was
Easy I
family of Cleveland. Tenn. re's sisters. Mrs. C. J. Swoet- As this is stop-off for :several -, arrayed of fall with flowers an and arrangement -:- ida, the Fews and: their host and Evening Prayer 8:00: A

for an extended stay man and Mr. Sweetman of of our neighbors, we can fancy dishes of tempting and hostess will\ attend the II M. and 5:00: P. M. 117 N. Walnut St.
HOMES Mrs. Frank Wheeler of Lansing Ill. Mrs. SIgrId Davis always tell when the Oator Florida-Mississippi !name in : 'I

Spring Lake left last week and friend Mrs. Louis begin. The H. D Pin- food.Party 24. troy
games guests Included the Gainesville on Sept
Custom Built leys were "In" under such truest of honor, Mrs. Hewitt, Mrs. Lyda Few. who has j I TUB RIGHT POINT for the, 'M

cIrcumstances.Mr. and Mrs. Dan Paler Mrs. been visiting with her son, way you write. Come In and ,...........
and Mrs. Harold Bor- Charles Tolford Mrs. W M. Bill\ will return to Mississippi select your favorite SISTERBROOK : -

Your Plans Or Ours NEGLECTED reI.'. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beam: Mrs. Frank linen. Mrs.Charles with her son and dauvh- fountain pen. TEL.KGic.xru. STAn fU.MUniM.
Falrcloth and children with UlOMOBIlf'
were tpr-ln-law for a visit
'
Mc-Olave,
Mrs John
WWIUKCl'011'1Thai's ''
Your Lot Or Ours ?L down to the Falrcloth cottage Rufflnl Mrs Tom Garnar. them. -

1 1 over the weekend. They Mrs. George Sohaeffer Mrs I
SHRUBS
'
HOME: IMPROVEMENTS:\ spent most of their time put- William O
Few. Mrs Henry
REMODELING: ALTERATIONS ting the grounds in order so Q Hall Mrs. E. R. Fox and t

\ CAN BEDANGEROUS they can return this weekendfor Mrs. Richard Sunderland. 11
a more leisurely stay.
IIERE N' TIIERE
3-BEDROOM HOMES '.
Say. did about
hear
you
'I Miss Edith Ann Baker is -Baptist
the small son whose parents
II'r r attending Patricia Stevens' First Baptist Rev J. D.

FOR SALE NOW I'W /! brought"We had better home quadruplets: ? i' College in Tampa.-a Freshman Bowen, pastor:; Ralph Goth
start callingfolks"
.
r 1 not to this ,
1 1 I'prlmpM this extent year studying Interior land organist./
il! 'i but replacement he saW\ "for they are!
IlII can
Small Down PaymentIN Decorating and Fash-
lAll tip very riwtly. !September going to be harder to get rid I Ion Designing Edith Ann is i Worship services : Sunday
(i ,," of than kittens!" So 11 a. m. 7:30: p. m. nursery
IH ) long
PINEBREE7E SITRDIVISION AND Il+i jlk "th month for the nil the ':Sauihter! of Mr and Mrs I
rmulHlon open). Wednesday.! 7-30 p m
npn"y. I'rott.t3'ollr I I
W.
Harry (tShorty! Baker of
EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION fl shrubbery from Insetl Sunday School 9:45: a. m
Crystal Lake.
i
a, I und the cold l ueiither ahead.r nursery open)I. Training Un
''I
KEYSTONEHILITES Mr and Mrs. E F Allhouse
Contact r r t Y lie first In jour community I ton, 6:30: p. m. [nursery open]
to rail 90I-3MH3: for your md daughter Joan have returned -

oil rniuMon H|>riiy. from a trip to their -CatholicSt.
BUFORD MITCHELL
former home of Pittsburgh Williams-Pr. Edward A..
about business with
!fne nice thing doing o
Office Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238 FLORIDA PEST I Pa. where they visited with Kirby priest In charge Mrs.

140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla. 1I11II [From Preceding Pagel I friends and relatives! E. A. Lamm organ!.t. home-owned, home-operated bank. Decisions 'which

& CHEMICAL Dr. and Mrs Jack Albon Sunday-:Mass. 7:30: a. m. can affect vitally the people of this area are made by
Pam Caiterlini, Ocala -tie I!
We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are II1! ( CONTROL COMPANYPhone for low net 41. I and daughter of New Ifsv n. Monday Inquiry Class 7 folks who live right here in town who have deep
Conn recently spent three p. m. Novena> and Benediction: \
If Not Oroup CFnn: Cook. and continuing interest in our community.
You? JOIN TODAY! I I root a
539 E. Call days with Mrs. Albon's 7:30
Street !)GI-3)63() !) Ocala 1st low gross\ 59: Dot 1 parents : p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ed-
Fitzpatrick Inverness Melba [
I ; I clsteln. of Keystone Heights -fnterdemonlnationalCommunlty

I Hall, Palatka: and Winnie', They soaked up a bit of .-un-I Church Dr HOME OWNED-HOME: OJ>EIUTEI>.
Olenn. Starke-tie for second
shine and enjoyed the A. C. Holt, minister; Mrs


I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAir low Hills Binnle-gross First, 61.low Dlnkins.net 47.Golden' ing.Frank home Hadlev: III recently: I George Morning Sunday Canovu.School Worship organist, 9:30,: 11 a.a. m m The Community State BankOF

Roberta was on furlough from
Kaltenborn Golden
[
Nursery
both hours]
open
Hills second low net 48 the Eslln Air Force Base and I STARKE

Low Putts: visited his! parents: in Jacksonville Presbvterian
and two sisters at MEMBER:\ F. D. I. C.
ConditioninG--lIeatln Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Group AAttie: Branan I Faith. Presbyterian Church
Equipment I White !Rand! Lake Mrs. Roy
Golden Hills. 13.
I -R v J. R. Neale Ji mlnI -
RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Oroup B. Janet Batts Keystone Turknett and Mrs. Ray Far- I '. '..1W 4 ttr,ille-r n"
I rls. and their families I
Cherry'sGalnesv111e's Hancock OfficeI Heights and Mark -
_._ -- eAA'.J 'wR.Netl
Authorized Alrtemp Mrs. Ed Bennett hurt her = --
Kellotf. '-
Beauty AcademyLearn Invernl'ss--14. Group
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Heatlus &: Air Conditioning Most Fashionable hack at work the other day !'
C: Mary Glls! a Professlo. In Your Address For Ladies EQUI1'MENTSmithCoronaAuthorized} :
SHEET METAL Special prIzes were given Seems she stooped to pick up)I :
Time.
Spare Full or Part Time
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Raldental Commercial something, and!
DRESSES-SUITS-COATS!: for Closest Drive' to Pin Vo' -, couldn't I II
-Industrial. DAY' & EVENING: CLASSESLow Dealer 2, which went to Mary Oils-1 I straighten up. We trust she. :

.. Sales-Inatallatlon-Servlee, Tuition Terms MATERNITY WEARACCESSOIUES ClaryVlctorTotalla I son of Palatkn For closest: I I( I NEW
2702 N.E. 19lh Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. Adding Machine, Calculator. -"rive to Pin No.5. Velma IlOOKm l
Gainesville 372-0714 \ I i
Menzpn or
.. Keystone HelihM
Gainesville 378-2766 SALESSERVICE- RENTALt
7V University, Gainesville and Marge\ / Smith WATCH FOR

.... CHAIN SAWS SAVE TIME Discuss yaw,I cllon.
:MOBILE\ HOMES: requirements with us first. For longest\ drive on Hole
AUTO SALES&SERVICEJEEP
'No. I, Marge Smith of Dun- SWARMINGTERMITES

A. & J. Saw MUSTANG 528 N Main St. Gainesville ellon. And Freda Wyman of
Phone 376-3331

Family of 4 Wheel! Drive & Mower Co. Mobile Homes Keystone.!ST. U1I.HAM'S: NEWS i'
Inc.Gainesvllle's .
Joe Anderson Mgr.Homellte St. William's Altar Society
RA'UBLERAmerica's :\ I
Chain Saws Discount :Mobile I PAINT & GLASS met at the home of the presi-
Finest Economy Car i :
Home Sales Lot. rent Mri Carl Ashton. in
SALES AND SERVICE SALES & SERVIC! i Keystone Heights! on Monday!
Volume
purchases for
our entire Liddell Paint &
Repairs: & Parts All Makes chain: guarantees savingsof mominif! Sept in Abour IP/

Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR I many hundreds of dollarson Glass Co. ladles! were: present RS -veilH' \

SALES & SERVICE the quality home of your Father Edward Kirby th'
1132 S. Main choice. KYANIZE PAINTSGUssMirrorsSlidinff pastor of St. Edwird's! parish.
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville of which St. William's I U \
4830 N.AV. 13th St. 441 NorthGalno.sUIle a 1.11IPBandaenn.wFke
a
Gainesville 312-8133 Phone J72-3388: : Door- member.
J JMotorcvclesRcooters
378.1346
Just Off Waldo Road Tub Enclosures-Shower Doors The ladies were happy to

B & G Motors Co. I IStreit's >VlndowsAwnlnCarpet i welcome Mrs. Henry Schuber
CONCRETE;; PRODUCTS n'allpapcrStvrefrontConsultation./ as a new member. ae..oneofi;
CADILLACOLDSMOBILESALES : .a-raw ChnypkJmp model*for UST?
Father KIrby short OR BETTER STILL
nave a !
Bicycle
ALL YOUR
& SERVICE INSIST THAT ShopHONDA
talk at the
conclusion
Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE 116 NW. Sixteenth St of the
: LET
MOTORCYCLES business at hand. He has ask-
Taken On Cadillac\ Trades THE BEST FROM Cushm.in GAINESVILLE 372-8191
&; Vespa Sconten ed for volunteer Catechism

2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 Edward's Building DucatsB5.ZundappMotorcyclesSales Teachers from St. William's LORI DAs ,vT

PHONE 376-7515 I : &: Service nnd !in the event there are
Supply Inc. ST
SCHWINN BICYCLES SIGNSWILLIAMS enough to handle the various iito: ,

Locksmith $group. the local chlHren.nay ONTROL I ," ,
726 S. :\laln-372-UU & Safe Work :
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Pinna Performance attend Catechism classes ;,; f;
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818 W I
University Ave.Calne'lvllp a "
Neon CtlIMICAI .
Signs Inc. co. ,3lIere' -
SAAB GAINESVILLE. FLA / 3787781MOTORCYCLES at St.VlIlIam's Hall. av
rather than go to St.irke CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE (

SALES AND SERVICE! ELECTRICIOTOH: : "Sign tp With \VUlltuna" every Saturday. l ,

PLASTIC-NEON SIGNSSalesServiceMaintenance NOTICE!
CLEAN USED CARS ELECTRIC THECYCLE To All Publicity ChairmenOr ,
: the brand new '67 tes New all-steel pickup !better .
SHOP Erections-Alterations Secretaries Of Organizations visibility plus many

1031 S. Main GainesvillePhone \ Motor Repair Co. "Your Designs or O.r." : Chevy pickup! Strikingly box: provides full-depth added safety. features. The

378-2136 Of OnHnetv Ille, Inc. NORTOBtLTACO: Please call us-If we don't Why Take Chances r new in styling:, its trim ap double-wall side panels and new'67 Chevy pickup looks
DUCATI 2720 N.E. 20th Way (all -and let know
BRIDGESTONE! : you us
RepaIrIngRewindingNew pearance puts many cars to tailgate. And the attractive well
Gainesville the regular meeting date of CALL so good and la built so

and Used JROYpLES hays 372-600 Nites 376-5fl6 I lour organization' or any shame.And tough new tod; new color-keyed cab inte. you can UM U for almost

Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED Complete Service &: Part.. I- special event you may be 1 964-3965 I.: ,feet metal resist rust beU fior is roomier Also,there'* anythingl,

Inc. planning so that we may
1030 S. Main Gainesville New & Used machines in dock: 4- a
TILES & PAINT compile a calendar of events" -
'.' TRUCK OMC CENTERPONTIAC Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Term ::1 I 4I


,FARM EQUIPMENT Sit Nl Available{'. 8th Ave. FLINTKOTE TILE I I A' I !fA [ EW LENGmIlt

Serving Florida ,
220 NW. 8th Ave Gainesville\ OUnesvllle 378-360O Vlnjl-Vinyl Aabettto I Ii '

372-2583 Santa Fe Tractor Floor Since 1950 feORB LOAD SPACE ON A LON6ER WHJZUA&?
FinIshing Products
MOVERSLong: al

CRANELINCOLNMERCURY: Inc. Distance Moving DURALITK: PAINT- fJ.ting.. CS'efv .! nrsMr's. J ; BRAN D ,

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FORD e Local Drayage GYM FINISH -- --
Authorized Sales & Service I
Storage Pocking (Crating
"" 006 E. University Gainesville Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord I Tenney Tile & Paint I Lucile Cordially

Phone :372-4251 Industrial Machinery Shipping I GodwinRpehr9Sw5a3"Vr 11'' 1 NEW

Crane's ImportsVolvo 2222 N.VV. 6th St.
FREE ESTIMATES Welcomes
LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive CALL P /

(JTsrcedes-Benz! ) SALES PARTS, SERVICE Gainesville 378-1302
HILL'S MOVING .u.1 nsulamca'nmju DRT mini onrai IWBUWOKm
FIAT-HILLMAN:
I_ 1013 E. Call St. FlmnyU1tdo\0ouIr I
4483 N.W. Sixth Gainesville
2201 N. Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. Starke BREED I Chny-Van to. two sites'S1..ew Y8 power.. .,too! 1

Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2548: 3310 N.E. \\al.lo Rd. .TRAVEL New Home ; \ AH new for'67 Is the Chevy* with" hustling! V8 power
.
Gainesville 372.4271 I Van 108 with 108" wheel. .:here's a brand new breed

AUTOSALYAGEPaul's .GARDEN !SUPPLIES\ .:MUSIC House of Travel, The State of FloridaIt : base and 256-cu>ft. load of Chevy tracks at yow

I INC. Ill P- Or' pick the
la space. Chevy'Chevrolet
Johnson & Faris Inc. I Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and

Auto Salvage LIPHAM MUSICCo. AIRLINES: I i To Acquaint You With Your City. I Van 90 with 209-cu.-f t cargo) dealer's. so '_

Complete Line of STEAMSHIP! area. Both can be eqnippe stop by soon]

Wrecked Cars At Inc., R. !
We Buy
1 SEEDSFLNTSInseetlcWesPet! R.I If you are new In the area, a phone

TOP PRICES SupFERTtLIZtKS +m. VAL LIPHAM Hotel! Car Rentals!I can CHEVYTRUCKSFOR 81g
will bring you a prompt visit
Model
All Make A : .
PIANOS
ORO.\N DRUMS
Weekdays 8:30: to 6:00:
Used Paris .We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Guitars and Amplifier from your local! hostess. Please give I __ I

:: Teletype Service-W. Will 224 NW. 8th Ave. SHEET :MUSIC Sat. 9 to 12. her j 09 8H4
Find Any Part For You. a call! She has maps and many

Gainesville 376-4513 PHONE 172-0471 Gainesville Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave.

441 N. Past Stock Yard 0aJne v1lle. Fl!*. 372-5353 Gainesville 378-1601 free and wonderful gifts for you !BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.

from local businesses. ,

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'fIlUJt!ltMV. SEI..... 22. 19811 BRADII'ORn! 'Ut'N'I'V 1'l\t.t.unu'ri.\) : STAUKTO. PXORIUA V.VC1K. TIUKTKKNTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTT'TI'TT : :

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lea Williamson with 27 votes. I votlon The program was car- WTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT for occupnncv In J.tOUI' I Honvlh anti Mr. anti Mrs. Saturday to visit her ulster \vcro uei>U of tua EWw I, ),n,1 this I tot' Ii .ii.iv 110- I

when return Keith UrilliH* and family of Mrs. Luwls. Mr. and Mrs. also. I gust g.
peimunent-
table they I
There were two W'lt in1 lied: out with a round I \JI. A.
I I all Those attending 'l.v MacclennyIMr. Faulknrr went on to Lakeland Brian had I (' D.UtYY. of
HAMPTONBy votes one for Shirley Norman discussion by RAIFORDBy I BLshop em guests CI.cul Court
Airs. L. and Mrs. W. M. Culver to visit Faulkner's broth Mracironl Florida
Hall Mr. O. Alvarez :11 for County
and one for Margaret C.-aw-; were Mrs. Lynn ae the weekend. RichardChambers
and little son visited Mr. and and son of Ga. visit er. Nelson Faulkner They all I I/I 41 11/23'
Crawford Atanta.
lord Election Inspectors! Mrs. Margaret ,, of the State Farm
Mrs. Mary Mrs. Earl Dobbs ed her Myrtle returned homo I
'llul I Clarice Ad- :1'1. Blnnr Mathews in Daytona mothel Sun.y. ana Dean Johns of
were Mrs D. E. Hill, Mrs. Mrs Sibley. Mrs Starke. OK" APPLICATION
Phone 4962601IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 No'rIC.
,
Sapp over the weekend. : ,
tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaCITY Donald Slade and Mrs T. F. Ulns. Mrs. Ruth Matchett and Sunday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ma- FOI 'r.t t I>EEI1Men.

Brown. Mrs. Carolyn ClarkPERSONALS and Mrs. H R. Lindsey Mrs Shlrlle Bennett and son i vyv.vv..vvyvvyyvvyvylKingsley cheda Jacksonville 1'>.18. F.*.

ELECTION :Mr. and 'Mrs Jack Caaon of had I", Clients over the weekend of Glen St. Mary visited her o were NOTICE 1 lS HEREBY OIVHX,
PTA MEETING: :
I Friday evening guests of Mr. that Mr. T. J. Alderman holderOf
City election was neid on' The first PTA meeting fOI'thl Friends of Elmer Gay., : Ormond Beach were Saturdayguest.e t their brother and sinter, parents ':11. and Mrs. Bill ) Lake and Mrs. E M. Norton and the following. .ertlflcaten
I of Mr. and Mrs. Theo- Mr and, Mis. Ben Lindsey of here has said for
Sapp and other relatives a.
Mayor ce.Urlcalel
September 13 to elect a new school year will bi former resident of Hampton., family. titl
riomc'tciid.Mr tux to be Issued thereon.
dore Rosier and Mrs. Alice
Clerk Marshall and 3 held at the school on Thursday extend heartfelt sympathy to Sunday afernoW Mri. F. M. Nor The certificate numbers and

councllmen. None had op Sept. 22 at 7:30: p m. he and his wife in the deathof /aGn. and, ?Mrs. Lynn ;(Rae 11'. and Mrs. Harold Yar- Phone 58320lIvvvvvyyy..yvyyvyvy I years of I.auane. the deiurlp

position. There are 112 roistered All parents are urged to attend their Infant son, James Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Caaon had a.s guesU Sunday. .Mrs.McRae's brouRh and girls had lunch In, % nv iTinsiKOII tlon of the property and the

voters and only 28 Gay. Funeral was held Tuesday left Sunday for a weeks Vacation sister. Mrs Gloria St. Augustine Sunday and visIted (n(1 T\\ \PPI.IC.F" n"mel an In followM which; It was asanaifeilare

turned out to vote. For Mayor NEW: ;\IL TIME; at 2 p m. In Hlllciest in the mountains.Mr. Abraham of Jacksonville her friends there. Simmons i.". 101.IO. .. Certificate No. 33.
and Mrs John
Mr. -
and Mrs. Plerco Crews mother, Mrs. Jack Crawford NOTIO.( i is. M.itKI lilVRX. Year of Issuance 1964.InHcrlptlon .
T. J. Alderman received No more mail will Cemetery In Gainesville. I \Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grit tie. i
b and Dnrell of and children had as that Mr T .1 Aiii.-nmin, h''tI'r, i of Property H14
27 votes for Clerk Mary D. brought to Hampton by Sympathy is extended to of the State Far recently Lawtey. Mrs. Vernell Sapp Mrs. Rob Sunday dinner guests. Rev nf I lhi> folluwlng tc'rtirirnteHhas of Lot It In Lawtey E of aly.Name .

Brown received 26 votes for We have been Mr. and Mrs. Rothelte Jonesand moved to Lawtey. Mr. and :t' Rufttn Grlffls ert Taylor and Mrs. Fredy Cox flluil alhl i.ortiriuut for I In which assessed y>-
recplvlnl mal and Mrs Jim and .
D. W. Johnson re- bv truck at 7 now Ol' family In the death of Ralford First Baptist Church had as ptii'sts Sunday their entertained the Intermediate RIRdo tax d.1 1 ,. issuuil thi-reon. teen DempH.
Mashal .
sons of The I number anilyeura All of said property being In
Celve votes with 3 writeIn the past 14 months and by I Mrs. Jones granddady. Dan BapUsa Services were held] childron.. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Trailing Union Class with, a .rlr"lt.la.lll.e. tha dam'rlptlon the County of Bradford, State

votes for Charles A. Cox train at 11 o'clock. Starting Forsyth of Buter. His Do-wling- Lake Sunday nl' Waters and( children, Mr. andMrs. trip to the Beich Amusement M. and Mrs. Urover L. of tho p.np"rIY. and the of Florida.

Jr. The three that ran for I Sept 17 the truck will makea funeral was held at ternoon. with Tommy Rahn. Clifford Cersey and Park in Jacksonville and a of Jacksonville were i names In which It was aSHeased UnluHM such certificate or cer-

councilmen were D. E Hill return trip t Jacksonville 3 p. m. in Mount Zion Swift Earl Rogers Jan, Norman daughter, Mr. ami Mrs. Marvin chicken upper. Sevente Tuesday luncheon guests of are C.rtlcal.as folow.:. 14. cording tiflcaten, ahll law be redeems the property, *0-

with 24 votes. Leatson Fov-! leaving at 10:05: a. m. and Creek Primitive Baptist and :Mary Louisa Taylor being Tucker and her Mister. Mrs. boys and girls enjoyed the occasion. Mrs. E. M. Norton. Year of Inmnuicc' 19B4 described In curia certlnca. or

syth with 27 votes and! Char- will retuin back with mall at Church Cemetery. baptised. Willie Mae Strickland, all of Mrs Orady Bishop visited Description of Property Lot certificates will be fhe
4 of Illk I 12 and I Lot as Iiq '. highest at the coUrthouse
Jacksonville. "
4 o'clock This will Rive better M. and Mrs. Van Douber- I
and earlier mall service Iv Dundee were visitingthe and children Cocoa visited Friends of Mr and Mrs. Joe son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelly Rae. Oat Sunday afternoon.Rev day In Month of October. 1966
niimNn
tc Stark Jacksonville and M L. Watterson's on his parents, Mr.o and Mrs. H. Fair ami son will be interested will ba Interested to learn and Mrs. H. H. Mott ma In which asHejseil, which U the 3rd day of Octobar -

points north if mailed before Monday. R. Ldndney over the weekend. to learn that thty are buck that he left for Lackland Air of Brooketwee Sunday Louie Al of Dempsey Halt property being In 1166.Datml .thin 30th day of Au-

10 o'clocl. The next mal uoiim Mr and Mrs. O. D. Plarce 'Mr. and Mrs. '.vm. Rauler- In their home at 2229 Dlgnan Force Base In Texas Tuesday. afternoon visitors of Mrs. County of Bradford State gust 1306CHARLES

anv diiction wi be are visiting with relatives and son and children and Mrs. St., In Jacksonvillo. Mrs. Harold Yarbrough at- Kenneth Mott and daughter of .l-'iirilt.' A. T..ARBT.

Insert out at 5:10.: new"chedule friends in Opp. Ala. and Raulerson's aunt. Mra. Sadie Miss BI'pndl Royal of Lakeland I tended a V.O.K Convention in Sherra. I'nlosa such certificate! .! certificate a-- dork of Circuit Court of
.hal rI"'n".d Bradford/ Florida
County,
IS mail will be dispatched :fontROmel'Y. Ala for several Mingro of Edinboro, Penna.were was a weekend guest of Pal Beach Friday and Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ebl- ri'rdlnw luu. properlyd..rlhed 0/1 4t !9/22>

at 10:05 and VIr. and, Mrs. Herman I I I In Biirh' ,certificate I or
Sjpp
: a. m davsMrs house guests of Mrs. Ger- irday. Ing and daughters were Sat-
.
frllfli he
i iitcs \\lll Hold to the
5-10 p. m and received at 8 Joanne Hicks Mrs. trude Hart during the past and family.Mr. Airs. Ruby Yarbroug'h accompanied urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. highest Milder, at the court .

o'clock and 4 o'clock George Kennan and Mrs. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Raul. and Mrs. Mallie Griffis j j ( her children, :Mr. O. W. Ebling in Lake City huune door on the first Monday Plastic Notebook $2.50 at the

I TERIDI\Tt: O. .\.'S Kate Flora and son Franklin eraon are spending, their vacation uul as guests Sunday .1'. and .nd; Mrs. Robert Faulkner of and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rad- whlih In :Month.the 3nl uf Oi day) .tolittr.of October 19ittt, TELEGRAPH
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Intermediate a A.'s, of thp were In Jacksonville on busl- here fixing their house Mrs. Brooks Grtffls of Jack- .Jackson.vUe to Plant City on aford of Riverside. Calif who 19116.!> -

Hampton Biptlst! Church fleas Thursday

Charley ejected officers for Oct. t 1964 I Mr and Mrs. J. O. Adklns
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
to April 1967 at. their regular' nent several days In CEdar __ I

E. meetlna: Thursday Sept. IB | Kevs and attended a fish fry PROPOSE CONSTITUTI01AI. AlENDMENDlIENTS TO BE VOTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 1966

Debbie Carter was elected Iulesldent. | for Earl Falrcloth last wek. NOTICE 0? GENERAL ELECTION BE by Legislature horelnabove may ytofb numbered by the sec. third ((23)) of his ten compensto"If Orange County ta revise the
Elaine Kennan I The Y L. Klrchaine of El WHEREAS. the Legislature of of the State of Florida: so by majority vote of the el.clor! state, ta provida a procedure he has served ( *< boundaries of any justice o| the
Joh.I 19t5. under the Constitution of 1305 That Article VI, Section 1 of the of said municipality voting I anelection for the selection discipline' or more a* justice or judge of such peace district In Orange COUtJ
vice 3r, <" ldent. Elaine Yoiriif-j Calon% Cahf. former residentsf State of Florida. did putt Florida Constitution be amended upon sutd Issue. retirement and removal of any court or courts Upon an order for- without referendum upon .
Mood secretary Olnrla Uho- Hampton. have returned Joint Resolutions proposing amenc aa set forth below and that saidresolution c. The creditors of any govern justice of the supreme court judge removal the justice or judge ahal Con, public hearing, and published;
merits to the Constitution of the be submitted to the el.c- meDial unit consolidated or abolished of a district court of appeal. and thereby be from office, and! notice of the same, providing that
rmove
den \vis named treasurer & nnd purchast Mrs Chas- State of Florida. and they were tors of Florida for ratification or under this section .hal be pro judge of a circuit court, providing his salary ceaa from the date no existing justice of the peace
I .tewan' hip chairmanJo- I teens formerly known agreed to by a vole of three-fifth rejection at the general election to tected. Bonded or indebtedness an effective date of such order. supreme court district shall be dissolved e'P
: huR of the members elected to each be held In November, 1966: existing at the effective date BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature shall make rule providing for the as otherwise provided by
about this question : ann Suiter mourn ch'lr-1 a* SlYrr, LAne. house. The votes of said Joint Resolutions SECTION 1. Electors-Every person of any government established hereunder of the State of Florida: procedure before the commission BE IT RESOLVED by the Legila
nan. Joan Hinson "" P D. Adkins of Dundee were entered upon their respective of the age of twenty-one ((21)) .hal be enforceable only That an amendment to Article V and the referee and the extent to tore of the State of Jlorda.
mein er-
I "The Homeowner Policy Journals with the yeas and year and upward that ahal. at against real and personal prop of the Florida Constitution by adding which communications shall b" That the fprtfc
hip chairman T'idi Strn > n.nt several] divs last week nays thereon and they did determIne the Um. of registration b. citizen erty theretofore taxable for such the sections set forth below to be privileged or conrldental. providedthat below to Article V of the State Constitution *

covers items of jewelry)', mission Debbie Hawk with his oaronts Mr. and Mrs.J and direct that the said Joint of the United States, and that purposes. numbered by the Secretary of State upon the [ order ofdiscipline. by addlnl a new section t
tu-'v: Resolutions be submitted to the electors shall have resided and had his habitation d' Such other provisions mightbe Is agreed to and that said amend removal or retirement the be the secretary
furs, etc. to a maximumof ins. community missions E Adkins While here he' of the State of Florida at the domIci. home and place of required I by law. a ment be submitted to the electors of record Rhal no longer remain con state ia agreed to and shall be submitted
General Election O November tt" > a in Florida for one <(5)) The provisions of such charl"rand Florida for ratification or rejection Justice or judge shall b4 to the elector of Florida for
'Wit through the clinic I
$1000 per item and $;I)) I Debbie Hicks praver chaIr- eye 1069 I I(1)) year and in the county for six ordinances enacted pursuant at the general election to held disqualified in any proceeding: Involving ratification or rejection at the next
motor boats including man, Susan Dval forward lit the Medical Center In I NOW. THEREFORE. I. TOM .6)) months, shall in such countybe thereto shall not conflict with any November lUOtt: b I his ow dlpln. retirement general .Iectlo to b held ia No-
on ADAMS. Secretary Slat of the' deemed a qualified elector at all provl.lo ol this constitution nor or rmoval. vember, 1M8.! :
their personal i steps: Debbie Hill social Gainesville. State of Florida 0 give elections under this constitution. I general special or local laws SECTIONAppointment and court shU by provide fordisqualification flu SECTION-.---,
traier I chalimin Last week'.s mcet- Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Orlf- notice that aGENERAL Provided how.ve. the legislaturemay now or hereafter applying t Hulls- election of justice and certain of any member olhe Boundaries of justice pa'cJr
these ELECTIONwill in national borough county. jd.e.- ; commission 0 referee and brthe tricts.-Th* board
Ina was held at the home of fin moved from the Silver be held in each I elections for president and vice 1 ((6) The government established (( person ahal he eUllbl. for ad hoc appointment of a person mIR.lon.r of Orange may
limits and in the case of their O A. counselor, Mrs. lane to the Shafer building I Florida on the first 'Count president o the United States by, hereunder shal be recognized as a : office of to t ee place of a disqualified any upon resolution, .
the first Monday in November persons have become residentsof county one of the legal political court or j'ldtfe of a district court person change or revise the boundary ol
stamp and coin collections, I). E. H1 and refreshm"nts rext to the Post Office on which date ta November 8. 1U06 the State of Florida but who have subdivisions of the state with of appeal unless he Is a citizen or ((4)) In te event a judge ta removed any justice of the peace d.trlet

is it advisable to separately were served bv Joann Salter Saturday I for the ratification or rejection of not yet fulfilled the residency acquirements the powers, rights privileges, duties this state, and unless he Is. and fora office his judicial srv within Orang. County re
the said Joint Resolutions proposing elector and obligations of a county and period of ten ((10)) years Ice shall not provide immunity horn- ferendum: provided that no existing
insure such valuables?" : LADIES CCHJNC'II OF Mr and Mrs. James Davis : amendments to the Constltu o NO. 4 may also exercise all the powersof a member of the Florida hb.rb'Oc; disciplinary proceeding' for professional justice peace district\ shall be

CIIRISTI\N CHURCH of Archer spent Sunday with lava 0 the State o Florida, viz: SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION a municipality. Said governmentshal no person shall b misconduct performed during I e'I eliminated except
NO. 4M: have the right sue and be office of judge a circuit court his term office or prioc thereto provided by law.A .
Charley E. Johns The Ladies Council ret at Mr and Mrs Jerry Wads- NO.1 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan t unless he Is a citizen of this state 0 public hearing .hal be held oo
I SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION amendment of article XVI. sec (47) Any government established and unless he Is. and for a period offive NO. 9 the proposed .." with ten <(195
at the home of Mrs L. K : worth and family Sunday. NO. 115 ton 13. of the conaUtuton of the hereunder shall be entitled to receive ((5)) years has been a memberof SENATE JOINT days notice published in a newspaper
Agency Childs on road 100. Mrs Mr and Mrs. Thomas E A JOINT RESOLUTION proponing of Florida: for the from the state of Florida o from the Florida bar The judges of NO. RESOUO general circulation tat the
of Stockbrid Ga. an amendment t Article XVII seal provdlnl for the state flag; the United States or from any other other courts shall be citizens of this A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing, County o
Margaret Crawford had Harvey 3 of of aubmlusion the state and residents of the countyserved.
suction
co".tUuton t agency public or private funds and an amendment to Section OG 01 I
131 S. Walnut St. ,charge of the program and 'pent the weekend with Mr Florida; providing of "I"tor.Wherea. revenues to which a county Is, or Any senator or member of Article V of the Florida Constttu,. NOfl
the constitution as adopted by convention the description the hereafter be entitled and also the house of representatives other- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
,
thin I for offlcei
may
PHONE 964.0201 Mrs. Carolyn Clark the deGET and Mrs. B. W. Roark and shall be submitted to the fal presently in o wa all funds and revenues to which an wine qualified shall be eligible for h'State provide Attorney separate of the Thlr.I NO 87

\ Mrs Ruth Dyal electors at the next general elec place I the constitution I I Incorporated municipality la or may appointment or election: to any judicial office notwithstanding that it to Section 30 of
hereafter be entitled and to receive
Mr and Mrs. Ralplsrh 1 to.B'll L by LegU Wh"rea. since that time the sizes the same without diminution or loss may have been created or Its emoluments Pro.eaulnl;the Attorney Criminal or Court Count 01:P Article XVI of the State Constitution -

t Brannen of Belford: Lak" 'e of the t'P of Fr ld : : proportions : the flags of by reason of any such governmentas Increased during the time for Record of Httlsborough County;; providing that each condem.n.ton -
article 2 the United ten' the Severn may be established. Nothing here which he was elected for appointment eb o property Jury shall b
I'nd Mr. and Mrs. Slbley of Florida eon.tluton 0. asset sovereign atat. been modi in contained shall preclude such SECTIONDIRclplne.. retire provldlnl proscribing duties anc as I t>f twelve ((12> Jurors
ThP'essa were Sunday guests forth that said reitolu tied and government as may be eRlabU.hedher.und.r jURlae and powers: providing for apportionment BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature -
CASH I tion be submitted to the electors of Wh.reas. It in desirable that the from receiving all fund certain judges of appropriated funds b' 01 the State of Florida:
( of Mr. and Mrs. Lvnn Hall Florida for ratification or rejection fag of the great and sovereign state and revenues from whatever source ((1)) Except a It provides for mln. County Commissioners: provldin!C I Tnt the amendment set forth .
o' at the general election t be held In Florida maintain li place with now received, or hereinafter recelvotl datory retirement this section ,..hallapply I that Informations now penriim.6 Section 39 of Article XVI *
Rev Lonnle "irfcer I November. I'Wfl' the flags of the states. this provided by law. I to justice of the supreme shall not be invalidated, providing f agree t and shall be submitted to
Brooker was the guest upeak- Section 2-I at any time the ler.lalatur. nation and the world without boll ) by vote of two thirds f disproportionate In aiie. Now sloners of Hlllsborough county shall courts of appeal and circuit courts ar IT RESOLVED by the Leglal. or rejection at the next general
PI at the Hampton Baptist ''aU members of both houses shalldetermine fore, bo abolished when the functions duties shall be the sole method of dis ture of the ntate of Florida: election/ t be held in November
Church' Sunday Parker that a revision of this BE IT RESOLVED by the Legis powers and responsibilities I ofsaid I clplnlng. automatically or Involun Section 1. That the amendment tt I 1914* :
-0 111. constitution is necessary such determination lalu of the Slate of Florida: board shall be transferred In or removing such Section tiC of Article V at the Fior.Ida SECTION 20 CondemnatIon of
accompanied him also. shall be entered upon ''h.t article XVI. section 12. of the manner to be provided by the justices or judges, provided that all Constitution a. set forth b.lo"'; property; compensation. privateproperty
P I. Este spent the weekend :I respective Journals, with the the constitution of the state of FlorIda charter to the government .atnnllshcd such Justices or judges .hal be I. agreed to and .hal be submit- nor rltfnt of way shall bo
and nays thereon. Notice of be amended 8 folowa. is hereby pursuant to this section. No liable to Impeachment for misdemeanor ed to the elector* Florida foiratification appropriated to the use of aoy corporation -
In Perry with the Nix sid acton shall be published weekly agreed to and .hal submitted other office provided for by thilconstitution In office. All justices and reaction at the gen or individual until full compensation
nmllvH e In every county In the electors state for ratification shall be abolished by judges shall] automatically retire at era) be bold in November: therefor shall be first
I 1. :In which a newspaper la published, or rejection at the genera or pursuant ta this section. age seventy <(70) except thotte who no& made to the owner, or first secured
% tt I, for months the election of November 11)66) : I restrict office July 16 10 him by deposit of money; .
$ 'iward M Hill or HnllvMlrh tree ((3)) preceding (a> This I section shall not hi-lrt any judicial on V "hc.compunsBton
next election of representatives Section 13 Seal of State of Flor or limit the legislature In the enactment 1957. provided, however that J'I' Section ARTC irrespective of
, was a supper guest last I and in those counties whereno Ida;: state flag -The present sealof of general, special or local ,nandalory retirement ahall not r. offices of the HU.blrolKh County andC'inis' Improvement proposed
Tuesday at his son's Mr and is published notice the state shall remain the seal laws as otherwise provided In this hlblt a ju.lce or judge from aervln.the Sial. and alter the by such corporation or individ-
n.wapapr of Florida. The stateflag Solclor.-n al!. shall be ascertained by twelve
I shall by poHtinff at the several the state of constitution. to which ho wasappolnled '
.' .' : D Hill and family conform with standard first Irl"r th. first Monday f I I2> juror in a court of competent
'1- F I polling I precincts in such counties shall ((10)) Should this resolution bt rejected or elected If he attains .
In ( there
January shall be
Do You Mrs, Jess Hass of Stuart for six <(63 weeks next precedingsaid commercial sires and be of the following ( by the Hillstorough his 70th birthday after serving at of the Criminal a urlsdlction. .shall b pe.crlb
Hgyev orh.f Attorney
by
I ,- .. \ ;.; :; ; election. The electors at said proportions and description: ; county then resolution least one-half of such term Proseculnl Record of law.
: and D-lla Haotan of for the The seal of the stale, of diameter he judicial niinllicaUona Hlllnnorouiih
:111 election may vote o aglln.t shall be null and ((2)) There shall a be
Too msuiy paymerita 6 majce? Statke were Saturday guests revision in que.ton. I a majorityof one.hal ground.the hoist Red In bars the cenle. of it voidNO. commission composed of: f..unoln.shall known be a as separate County official Solici i SENATE JOINT NO. II HESOLUTION
be favor
the in
votnK lal) Two (I2> nf the district elected for a term of four ((4))
years NO. 653
from judIe.
of and Mrs D. W 8\ln. of revision the chosen one-fifth the hoist extending HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION of by the
:11 leII.lalur. courts appointed hy the qualified' electors of theCounty A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan
toward the e.nler0
J *> Too many bill* to pay;? vDo dell Jaw at such for a election convention to revile thecoosltUtiotl by each the outer corner rim of the seal. A JOINT RESOLUTION NO. m DroooslnB court judges Ildle.nf those appointed court} by the) ..roul officials aa are other darted' state and and whns.county> nen. I State amendment Constitution to Article adding III of Section the
and shall provide for jdlti.,n-'Jf-.u"RecU'Jn t4> to by
<
Thi first 4 H meetina of lie--R of theme, courts. pentiation Sale
the rules of flucn con Na.5COMMIEE 7 of Article V of the state -.ill-i.-'I'lbynl; 2A; provldlnl a special session
tb. will be held TuesHV conCUcan. nhall b. held SUBSTITUTE FOB to authorise the leg. (b) Two ((2) members of thn Flor' County the for organization
'e.1 ,1 conventnn con.mulon. Ida bar, who shall have paeticectlaw function and duties of a County wearing in new member andelecting
You Heed Extra Cash NOW? Sent 27th at 3:15: at the within aix (6) after paanaRi JOIN RESOLUTION require county judgei In this state for at luast 0 Kht Solicitor In the Criminal Court of officers
of law. providing the conven. to be members of the Florida I barin
Hampton City Hall. Bobby \. to ro convention JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan by special acts sub (8)) yearn, appointed bv the bmi-l "I i f Record of Hills. borough County Flor BE I RESOLVED by the L.I.I.
Delelal. th. I eounte. Florida bar and ida at by of
governors of the ; prescribed the State of :
assistant shall and be appor amendment to article VIII o; Ject r.r'ren um. dwm.II.: :;
LET US HELP YOt. Taylor. County, toned among the various countlei the constitution providing for theconaoUdaUon BE 11 RESOLVED by the fc) Three ill> citl/cns, e.,,', of ol'nse.felony in said cases Tat the following amendment '
Aaent will be there to dis- th. memtM>rBnip of the house of of municipal and of the State of Florida L.I.la.: whom shall have been a r .ld.,1 of 3 Jurisdiction III of the St.l. CoatuUo
.
WITH YOUR MOXKY PROBLEMS TepresentaUves apporUoned. The county governments In That the amendment, section '1, his state for at least five (IS) bears. After laid time there shall also tx adding Section 2A .
cu. pro ects and 4.1 work convention upon I adoption of a revised ough county adding section 24 of Article V of the state t consttuton 1I I neither of whom shall be a j.t.ce a State Attorney of the Thirteenth13th shall bo submitted to the elector of
nith bovs and guts that areinterested. constitution shall certify a thereto: b by adding subsection ((4) or judge of any court active cr re ( ) Judicial Circuit in and for Florida for ratification or relecUol
Trained To Help! be 10 of It to the governor. Five ((5)) BE IT RESOLVED by the Leglsla below is agreed to and shall be sub. tired, nor a member of the Florida County who shall b a at the general .lect to b '
We Are They must cop November
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copies the revised con ture of the State of Florida: milted to the electors of the stall, bar, appointed by the governor separate official elected by the quai. 19
tears old or more and all are stltutlon .hal o trn."tted by the That the following amendment to for ratification or rejection at the- When a member appointed under fled electors of that circuit SECTION Special ..jo for
secretary of article VIII of the constitution of the next general election held paragraph (at> ceases to b a Judgiof same manner a* other state and organizational purp.es.-T. legi-
invited to attrnd the circuit court of each county and tate of Florida I Is agreed tc November. 1068.: t b I the court from he WaS county official to serve a term of la.ur. shall (tat)
Mr anl' Mrs E P. Christie five ((5)) to the county judge of and shall be rNo: the elec- Section 7. County Judges court opointcd or a member appointed. four ((4) year who shall fulfill the Tuesday In November after the general -
Town Finance Co.Tempi each county. These copies shall b ors of the state of Florida for ratification ((4)> qualification au.Ihorlzd. under paragraph (h) cease to ba a duties prescribed by Inw Including election for the purpose of
C of r Bossier City. La were distributed throughout the or rejection at the next Irracrl'd. may require- member of Florid D.. or a but not limited to. prosecution of organization swearing in new
guests of Mr and counties and shall be varoU general 1 election. by special act. subject to approve member appointed under paragraph all capital felony cases. hers and selecting officers No'-'
'uppr examination by any person desiring Article VII in hereby amended hy referendum within the county la'> becomes, a justice or judge of The legislature may provide for bu.lne.shall b transacted.
AT if : i Phone. 964-9091 E Hill and family to examine same for a period of al by addnl 24 t read an that the county Judge of any count any court or a member of 'he Flor Attaint ant State Attorneys and Spe.
Monday of last week. least three ((3)) months Immediatelypreceding be a member of the Florida bar;: 1 Ida bar his membership ',n the conr cial Investigators for the State Attorney NO. 11
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the next general election Section 94. (1)) The electors of provided such law shall not affect mission .hal terminate and a uccsHor and for Assistant County Solicitor HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
At this election the revised conHti.tutlon county are hereby he term of office or the reelectlorof bo appointed for, theremainder and Special Investigator for A JOINT NO. 578
.hal be submitted 'o the HI.borouR power to adopt a charter any county judge holding office of his term. No member the County Solicitor: of HulisboroughCounty. : RESOLUTION proposing
electora the state for approvalor for a government which shall exrcise on the date of its enactment who 1 I. of the commisHion appointed under Florida, and all Assistant. an amendment to Article IX of the
rejection If a majority of the any and all powers for county not a member the .lorid. b ir. paragraphs (Ib) or ((0)) shall be ellai< State Attorneys and Assistant Onintv state con.ttuton. adding Section
r eletor voting upon the revision and municipal purposes which thisconstitutios o bin to succeed himself Kxcjpt ai Solicitors and Investigators shall 14A. tat good4 wsres.commodluea .
constItution shall approve or the lellslatur., by NO. 7 provided herein no member rf thaommlsaion he appointed bv the Slate' Attorneyand merchandise.
: YOUNGRO1GO same, the revised constitution ."al general. special or local law. ha JOINT RESOLUTION .hal hold a public" o.ficn the County Solicitor respectivelyand commonly known .stock in tradeor
take effect' Immediately upon inferred upon : SENATe NO. 663 and no shall hold office In sworn in by the court and be Iv.nlory and livestock may
approval by the eleatr or any municipality rn.cor;: A JOINT RESOLUTION propotfnnan a political party The aomp.Unn, such Assistant State Attorney and in part from advalor.m
J Koverment shall amendment to Section 7 of and terms of office of membjrs ofthe County Solicitors shall work tinder Ix.Uo" a* prool of
:" __ ..# _' NO. I powers the enactment Article V of the Mate Constitutionproviding commission shall be fixd, bv the direction of said Slate Attorney tangible rttaa th.:legislaturemay
which relate to governmentf that not more than e law of
I ancos aw, provided and County Solicitor and shall have
that the
JOINT RESOLUTION and providesuitable legislature provide third (f'i> of the term of themembers uniform operation throughout the
: SENATe Hlllsborough county the number of county ludfienIn one full authority to do and perform
.. NO. 221 for the vlolBUnnIhere. shall terminate In any two state.
penalties of the official duties and act
: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing Such government shall have each county and th mnelay I ((2)) year period No recommendationof the State Attorney and WHEREAS, tt I generally recogl .
jurisdiction in
amendments la Article VIII of the cases Count S l ed that
L. SERQ'II to create abolish any the commission to he sunceme licitor may dn and goods ware and mrnnndlae -
ty judge's court deleting the
State Constitution: adding Section municipality JM otherwise ; requirement court shall b I aA to said Article to provide for provided .xc.p that county judge issue In by two thirds <3i) of Its members Pending Information filed ta the. ".tock in trade' o "Inventory.-
,
the terms and employment of appointive (K) The method and manner by all Ic.nses. The commission shall elect one Criminal Court of Record of' HI. co.mul. a cl. of personal property
the be -
BE IT by Legislature borough County shall not
county chair that servo an inherent need and
electors of HillHborough aj
.uprlnt"nd.DI 0 which the ((1)) of its member serve
public shall exercise this shallbe of the State of Florida: dated by this amendment or defected. requirement for the operaJiJ .
power .ucce.ful
county
BE IT ABSOLVED by the Legislature set forth In a charter for the That the amendment set forth below man. In any way hereby; and the County tion modern day bus4nstt. and
of the State of Florida., government of Hillsborough county to Section 7 of Article V of the ((3)) Any justice or Judge t> whom I Solicitor may file amended informa' : WHEREAS such property T 1* not
That the amendment of Section 6 which charter shall be presented to State Constitution, in agreed ta and this section applies may be d-iiilin-: time In any such cases i and when' purchased or held for the use of the
of Article VIII of the State ConstituUon aid electors by any charter commission shall be submitted to the electors of ed by private reprimand or r.m"ved necessary owner but for n.a.. and
by the addition to said Article established by the legisla.iure. the state for ratification or rejection 'from office for willful or persistent I The County Commissioner shnll. WHEREAS such purpse.
of Section HA set forth below Is The legislature may provideor at the next general election be failure' to perform his duties or I upon this amendment becoming! effective vary from liquid to solids. Und 0
agreed to and shall be submitted to the continuing existence of any held In November. IfJflfl: habitual Intemperance ir conduct I apportion the fund appropriated to cloth andWHEREAS :
the electors of Florida. for ratification charter commission or may establish SECTION 7. County Judges' unbecoming a member of the judiciary -I for the operation of the ItuteAlorney' such property may
or rejection at the general election charter commission or commisons Courts or h e may be 1 invnl'int, irily Office between the SUI. include fast turnover item and
to be held in November 11165SECTION ): .a subsequent to any initial commission (I) ESTABLISHMENT. Ter.shall retired for disability seriously Atorn.v.* Office and the e"unlYSolclor' slow turnover the true cash
Iems.
6A. In those counties without regard to any elec- b" a county judges each fering with the performance Office on the basis of the value of which both uncer
authorized to appoint a superintendent ton or elections held upon any char-: ounty dutle*. which i*. or 1 I likely Inler'l[ personnel assigned la the lain and speculative, and
of public Instruction under Article tor or charters theretofore presented ((2)) COUNTY JUDGES There shall come, permanent in nature. State rn tsthU cc"I handlethe WHEREAS it 1 la of benefit to the
XII of the state constitution A charter shell become effective be In each county a county Judge or, such ,Investigation a* it duties :created citizens of.this state to encourage
the superintendent shall serve at only upon ratification by a majority county judge j in l such\ number as nccr the judicial' qualifications County Rolctn. and cost of successful business operation to be
: the pleasure of the board provided of the electors Hlllsborough, coun. he legislature shall provide who com i .3\ may conduct a hearing oner all Rld two ( o'flc. adequately stocked with completeand
1'' : that the board may enter into a ty voting In a o general or specialelection hall h elected by the qualified el.c'l concet, i..,iitf the removal discipline, Thereafter Board of CountyCommissioners varied lines of merchandise and
contract of employment with such as provided by law. tors the county at the time and or retirement of a ju.lc. or judgeor of HtllshorouffhCounty WHEREAS. such in trade or
appointed county superintendentwhich ((3)) The number places of voting, for other county refue.t the supreme court to .hal appropriate such fund Inventory Is .tocl In various
contract shall not extend be of office and "qualicaton.t.rm. officers and shall hold office fo.four .. (Ol' special referees as tn may he a t I tage* between I'l and profit or
the thirtieth day of June i vacancies in the membership flnl ((41 years Compensation b. as who shall he active or retired JUH- quired for the operation the StateAttorney's just m n n e y in ,
yone year In which the terms of charter commission established pur- provided> by law tied or Judges of court of record Office and County Solici 'HEREPORE. tanIt.OW
majority of the member of the sUant to this section and the power I (3)) )IC.r. county to hear and take evidence tn any tor's Office.It by the
board of public ex functions and duties of any such judges' court shall ihae such maier. and to report tnrreon U the express Intent rf the ture of the Slat of L.gl.:
pire. county superintendentshall commission shall provided by Jurisdiction In all law in to .. All hf ar'ngs Legislature and the electors nf the Thai the amendment I.
,
.. Te be commissioned by the law. b I which the demand valu. prop hall be held in the county In which ,State of Flord. to create offices Article IX folowln" loaitUution
governor but shall be required to ((4) A charter prepared by any I erty involved shall be as the Justice or Judge Involved residesTestimony of tho Attorney and CountySolicitor i adding section PtA .tI.l to and
file, with the county board of publicInstruction commission established pursuant by the legislature; of proceedings shall be under oath In HillsbnrouRh County hall be submitted to the elector
a good and sufficientbond I this section shall provide that: t,relating to the forcible or unlawful administered by a member nf the Florida, which shall be .paule. 'at Florid for ratification or -ejretlnn .
EL and In such sum and upon a. The governments of the city of detention of lands and tenements; commission or a special referee and distinct and unconn.aled .. at the general election beheld
such conditions i the ;legislatureby Tampa and the county of If ills- I and of such criminal cases as thelegislature .subject to the penalties for twrjt.ry. other so that the same shall be andexist m November IMA: t
law shall : rtr elective I borough be consolidated and may prescribe. The county If; after hearing or after considerng a* they did in said County before Section I4A Exemption: stock IB
superintendents as the ohal of the new local government -, Judges' courts shall have jurisdiction the record and report uf the reterees. the first Tuesday after the first trade Goods wares commodities.
Zae ._ tion 7. Article VIII of b) : shall include: of the settlement of the estateof the commission finds good Monday in January of 1981. and merchandise commonly known
constitution. 1. An executive branch the chief 1 1 decedent and minors, to order caune Uiarefor, it shall recommendtn Section 2. This reoluUo shall as stock tn trade or Inventory and
officer of which shall be responsiblefor the sale of real estate of decedentsand the Dupreme court the removal, become effective upon approval livestock, may be exempted In part
Chevron gasolines put Young-Ho spirit in your carl NO. : the administration govern minor. to take probate of wtl. dl.alpln. or relrem.n\ the jus by a majority! ol the electors from ad valorem taxation as per
look STAN HOUSE JOINT 0 I.to grant testamentary ad Judge .uprem. court voting In a r..r.adum election to sonal or tangible the
for the ment. I property as
driving. DA D
'fun in K
lt', a spirit that put new your RESOLUONNO a. An elected legislative branch administration l and guardianship I shall review the record of the pro'ceedings be held In Hlllsborougn, County at legislature may preirrlbe by general -
Chevron on the at your Standard Oil Station. I A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing the election to membership, powers and to discharge the duties usually oa the law and fict and the second primary olocUoa to beheld law or uniform operation
pump QllCHEVRON L an amendment to Article VI. Sec- and duties of which shall be a pro pertaining to cou"of probate. The shall order ur"val. disciollne' or la It throughout the state
tics 1 of t. all Con.ttuUot vided bf the ahater. county Judge have the powerof retirement. se : :n.j just and NO. MBOUSX IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have
Tad.n'v14 ."> CHEVRON DCSIQh' to provide I 3. A Judicial which shall committing magistrate proper, or wholly coinmisslon's hereunto set mr hand and affixed
meeting orOtuaaJc; :: of only have jurisdiction In the enforcement recommendation. Upon an :SOL7O' the Great Seal of the State for of ordinances enacted bv the I NO. I order for involuntary retirement for lOW Florida at Tallahassee the CapitA
DUNCAN AGENT i vc..pr..ld.nt of th. legislative braocb created this COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR dtaabllUy the justice or Judge shall A .OD propping uil* the attbj day W August, A. O,
K. G. i United States, the section.b. bJ 'i' SENATB JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. hereby be retired at retirement pay t.Article V of the L99OJ,
requirement that naturalized oiu- Should t elector of the municipalities 4MI to be fixed by Jaw which .!o. a State CttUo..by. adding a
Zen, must present their City or ''empl I JOIN RESOLUTION proposing justice of the supreme Judgeof .un t b oubr b the
STARKE FLA. sation certificate or a Jn Terrace wish to .o.oUdal t.l., a. to Article V of the a district court of p'U'er efr- of
I "ben registering. :_el witii aov.r I Florida Constitution b addlaf MO-I cult Judge shall not b! .1 twe- =:a.e :'= *-


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. NOTI.1 01 APPLICATION 8 p.m. Weldon St. and Ratforc
I
> Training Union. 6:30: p. rt I. BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH
TAX DEID:
, FOil Nee UM.Ifl. *"*.". Thursday Vlstltation, 10 I Road. Sunday ScHool, 10 a.m,' Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer .

Lei 8 GOGardening NOTICE 13 HEREBY OIVKJf: ajn. and. 7 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a. er Meeting, Wednesday, 7:3: ( Sunday School: ], 10 a. m.

,. that Mr. Carl Harton holderof Friday-Primary Choir prac- Evening Service 7:30: p. m, RA GA, and Sunbeams ever Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
certificate"has
, 4 the following tice, 3:30 p.m. Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:30: Evening Worship, 7:30
riled Maid certlflcateii. for a other Thursday aftecnoon. : p. m.

r tax doiKl to be Issued thereon. HOPE BAPTIST CIIURCII p.m. Young People's Meeting, Rev. James Temole. Jl .>ttor. Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m.
' TO THEPUBLIC The certificate numbers and Saturday 7:30: p.m.Leroy' Wednesday.
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Rev. W. L.Newmans
.. of Issuance the descriptIon [Highway 100 at Theremin]
yOI. Brooker
DEDAN BAPTIST [ ]
N 0 I I C. E of the property and the Sunday School 10 a. m. Llghtaey pastor. pastor.NORTHSIDE .

,r:::. By Florida Hervey' Agricultural Sharp,.Editor. Extension are imnips aa In follows which: It WRIt .assessed Morning Worship 11 a. NEW CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School, 10 a. m BAPTIST

'..... Certificate No. 11. m.Training METHODIST REVIVAL Morning Worship, 11 a. m Located on Bayiens Highway

ServiceStealing Year' of lHHunnce of Property 1964. Lot I Union 7:00: p Revival services will be heldat Training Union, 7 p. m. Even [SR 2251]at Raiford Road
DBBI rlptlun
4 of Blk IS Crosby Lake Shot.... m. the New Congregational ing Service, 8 1'. m. Rev 1SR 161.] Services: Sunday

Name In which aanesBed IJ. Evening Worship 7:45: p. Methodist Church, May 1 Lacy Conway, pastor. School, 10 a. m. Sunday
We reT
flowersare
h'" tne process of installing new central kisses and J. Starling, .lr. through May 8. Rev. F. A. Morning
interesting hobbles. All of mild. property being In m.Wednesday CHURCH OF GOD Worship. 11 a. m.
' office the of Bradford State Night Prayer Stephens of Savannah, Ga. Training Union, 6:30:
. .... equipment in Starke. However teeth are the limitations County each 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. p. m.
of Florida. -7:30: ( p. m."Worship will bring the message Evening Service, 7:30.: MIdWeek -
,... of both. IJnleaa .u<;.1t certificate or certirirntea .. with us In Air night at 7:30.HEILBRONN: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Prayer Service Wednesday
Dental experts say that one Bhull 'b" redeelned'according 'Conditioned Worship Services 11 a. m. and -
while to law the. property Comfort" M. BAPTIST 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law-
Is detrimental to molars : 7:30
YPE, Wednesday
described In ouch certificate or L, Packham Pastor. : p. m. hon, pastor.
THIS WILL NECESSITATE I flower lovers have put new certificate will be Bold to the Sunday School lo a. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting,

teeth Into the flower stealing highest bidder at the courthouse Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
CHANGING MOST TELEPHONE NUMBERS door on the first Mon LONG BRIDGE BAPTISTCHURCH
Training Union 6:30 p. m. Williams, pastor.
Month of October. 1986
law.Since day In I. Sunday
School lo
IN STARKE the law of averages which la the 3rd day of Octo- Evening Service, 7:30.: MId- a. m.
. ,'" I takes care of the success of ber, 1968. week Prayer Service, 7:30: p. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN' Morning Worship 11 a. m.

ABOUT APRIL 1 1967 I the human activity, let's take Uutedthis. 1966.! 29th day of Au.gu.t. Sunday School 10 a. m.: m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Sunday School], 9:45: a. m. Pre-Services 1 Booster Band.

a look at the law that bakes BEL-UAH. M. MOODY D. C. Morning Worship 11 a.m.: pastor. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Young People and PrayerServicel

I care of the flowers. Clerk of Circuit Court of Evening Worship 8 p. m.: Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. ], 6 p. ntu Evening

The Legislature says that It Bradford County Florida Prayer Meeting Wednesday SMYRNA MISSIONARY Choir: Practice Thursday, 7:30: Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek:

Please take this possible into is now a misdemeanor to pick, 9/1 .4t 9132110TIeE>> 8 p. m.: Sing each Friday at BAPTIST CHURCH P. m. Service Wednesday, 7:30: p.
change consideration -
8 Rev. Lana. 01-Rev. D. L.
m. Harvey Ramsey.
pull cut break or injure flowers APPLICATION: p. 633 W. Pratt St Sunday pas

when placing orders for printed ferns mosses shrubs, vines FOIL TAX I KliHer. : > pastor. services: Sunday School! 10 a. KINGSLEY LAKE tor.
F.s!
und trees growing on another'sland tul.ltt. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Training CALVARY
BAPTIST
VEX: CHURCH BAPTIST
SUTiL'! : ;1G.J.&ULUEIeY:; : \ OI
stationary and other supplies. without permission.It's that Mr. Carl liart'un holderof ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Union 6:15: p. m. Evening

also a $20 to- $100( fine the following certlflcateH STARKE Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

for hauling the restricted has flied Bald. certificates thereon.for a Sunday Mass, 9:15: a. m. welcome. Elder T. C. Wll- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
*'.": .' The tax deed to be Issued Training Union -6:30 m. Training Union. .8:30,: m
plants on a highway. The certificate numbers and Tuesday-Novena. and Benediction Lams pastor. : p. p.

New Number AssignmentsWill came fine. applies U you' .sell years of Issuance,. the description ,7 pi: n1.Ingi try Class, Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Evening ServIce, TSO.: Prayer!

stolen native': plants. of the'-property. and the 8 m. LAURA BAPTIST: Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.: Meeting, Wednerwlay. 7:10: p.

Be Available About -.January 1, 1967 The law permits collegepro name.aa In follows which: It wan asuenucdare p.Thursday and Friday Sunday School. 9:43::I ain.. -Rev.. Jim Rigdon pastor. : m. -Rev. R. H.Busier, pastor.

I fessors and other scientific Certificate No. 61. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
9:1'0 ,
Issuance 1981. Mass, 7:30: a. m. [ ; a. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST
groups who-are Interested In Year of Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.

preserving wild plant life to at Description SW Cor 'of of Ktti Property of W',Com.{, nf for grade and high- school student Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School], 9:45: a. m.

INDEPEN'D'E'N..t'TELEPHONE collect plans te'la.13.: for.research ..SK'i: of SK!i. rlOr: ;' For PQB.i.y.jpt *] ., > 7:30:: p. m.- .Rev. Luther Me-. Morning Worship 11 a. m.Tralnlna Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

N .iiD J!' /gy: ir]. .. : > Ciee, Evening Service, 7:30: m.
purposes. : of "...c--W:; I5a to l rio" u. atludayTftfasp.x.9.3.4 j .a1..m. +" z'A.---.J: Union. 7:00: p. Ln. p.
The law also permits liscened I BROOKER j ithll'"WOTSItt\ :!'$?Q "-- yetM! "I4eebMtgl.'iVeditewdnry;'

CORPORATIONOF nurserymen to grow native 822.Name In which assessed Lulu ASSEMBLY OF GODCHAPEL. BAPTIST er Meeting. Wednesday 7:30p. : 7:30: p. m. Training Union,

plants! for sale if the original Belle Terrpll. being In DlWAY Sunday School], 10 a. m. m. -*Rev. R. E. Bergstrom. Friday 7:30: p. m. -.Rev. E. 11Orlffis
said property .
All of
FLORIDA storks are secured In a legal the County of Bradford, Stateof Morning Worship 11 a. m. pastor. pastor

manner. I Florida.. ----
So if desire an Amer- Unless) loch certificate or
you tlflcaBhall. bo redeemed. eel"I
ican Holly, a dogwood, an air cording to law the
plant a wild orchid or a described In such certificate: orcertificate
i ]
I will be eold to the An FutureAi17mmrn
I score or so of other plants highest. bidder at the courthouse invesfment\inrJYour\ /

contact your local nurserymanor door on the first Monday

buy the land on which the. In Month of October 1866.

plants are growing. I which. 1966.la the 3rd day of October [ : caf( i' m ff]

If the cost of the deed is too! Dated.. this 29th day of August -

BUSINESS high, try getting written per 1966.
JACKSONVILLE DIRECTORY: CHARTS A. DAUBY. pumltmftttfATTWCT
mission from the land owner Clerk. of Circuit Court of'
-- --- because most lawmen won'taccept Bradford County Klorlla

a verbal "OK" unless 9/1 4t B/22

ANTIQUES I FLOOR COVERING PET SHOP they hear It spoken by the

owner. A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH :

ANTIQUES Looking for THE All native palms except the brings reitulta..

better earpettt''I Kongo Pet ShopPoodle. cabbage palmetto, are protected. little eBJG
lI a
ughtSoldAppn.lsMJ'urnJtur&ChlnaGlaas However the law of averages -
I ICIe I
.
I Maltese-Lianas
won't
visit says that gardeners; II
_._ I POODLE I
J
@ GROOMING
aUVlIl"-Braas-Oll Paintings have the stamina to harm this I
QYQ/ Sweaters, Collars, Tag. tree. Most individuals will buy >
.
0.. Flee or a halloo Full 314 HOGAN rfo.n'.., Pet SuppliesBird.PYshIhnneten n mess of swamp cabbage before !- CHURCH NOWWe

they will break their
Inm Ward Antiques Dally tc Sun. 10-8 PJ4.
HEARING AID back stealing a morsel of food. I
3672 St. Johns Ave. Closed Tuesday NEWS
The pitcher plant mentioned !
8939 Herlong Rd. Normandy all get a
I
:.. Jacksonville 387-1379 in a recent column! Is considered -- .
For Beat In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- Section
Call Collect. W. Jacksonville 781-2800 a rare plant and is taboo FIRST METHODIST I I thrill out of seeing\

for plant pickers. So, if you
CHURCH, STARKE our children put on. .
Auto Sales & Service PIANOS-ORGANS desire to raise a bug-eatinq Church School
Sunday -
OF JACKSONVILLEThe plant be sure It's acquired by our hats or shoes
WESTSIDEVolkswagen Mason tc Hajnlln PianosHammond 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. ; avv
legal means.The !
don't fit
11 a. m. Snack Supper for Obviously they

:, Inc. HearingAid Strongest In and.the Smallest World"Only Magnavox Organs Organs arbutus redbud the yellow the Jasmine trailing MYF, 6 p. m. MYF meetings,'I now but some day he, d lg e, fit"

.. AUTHORIZED DEALER!: Co. Hearing Aid MIld "You Get A Good Deal At.-. the celestial lily the Florida I 7:30((1:30:: p.p. m.Tuesday m.. Evening. Worship.I or she will grow to fit f' I ifs
rs Wmt Monroe
yew. and the sea lavender are WSCS Spiritual
I them. At the time'
same
Jacksonville
:
ajesl.rt- 333-1483:
F. O. MILLER @? among the other plants that Life Study Course 9 a. m. ,
are .
Wednesday Primary.I
..
.. ........ '
Open 8m..-3 p.m.P4TU HOBBY SHOP .,.. f W.., PlM. PteMt&,- IJackiwnvtlle .. statutes. Junior and Youth Choir! on our lives. Would they fit?
i Sat.--cJosed Sunday Folks who know predict practice 3:15.: Family Night;:
law : ...or do live the type t "" r'of
11SO LAMB AVE. SOUTH that wlthen 10 years the Supper in Fellowship Hall.' you

Phon. Jaekaonvllla 384-3441 FIELDSHOBBY SEWING MACHINES will have to be expanded to 6:30: p. m.Thursday. f life that you would want them f
Include other plants that become Chancel Choir! l
-
SHOP Inc scarce as time goes by. to grow to. Live a life of .e ; :e-4L
ParrUh Motor SINGER AU1.: L1GGAa rehearsal! 7:30: p. m.. _
'.- Like New in-I Dr.Cabinet But at their best laws can't; worship of the Lord.

.. 4.POJ1'P!' .. Nine of. Sold !Newover $$300 do everything. Neither the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .0' ',,.
: "
BALES Boat"Alrpla'ne: Builders SuppllesSpecllirzln Bal. '|72 or 13.00 Per Month law of nature nor the man- 8TAHKE "Thou wilt show me the pateo ;10"" .-<;(. 'J--'
z KRVIOS: r.; In Radio made law has arrested the disease -; ''
*. : Ideal Sewing Center / life: in thy ia i ; "
Julneia
PARTS Controlled Models that has almost ravagedthe SundayDedication Sunday presence '?'', ; ms'so

'- and Equipment: ., A. AL.L MAKES Florida torrey tree Into for workers./ Sunday- School'' I /joy;at thy right hand then f.... J. i;." 'r .t Z" r ire
.Si T-.Aa A Dealer 9:45 a.m.I : : ,
Open Eteninfs' tin 9 P.M.' .New.. and Used Machine extinction I promotion day, : ; .
"4
Always Good Used Cars 848 Cassat Ave. However' the Intent of the Morning Worship 11 UJTI., scrrnon are pleasures for evermor.ilfJ"f1': : ?". '

Ktl' Laura M. Jacksonville 603 So. EdgewoodJacksonville Jacksonville 389-5071 law is good.; It is aimed at t *.. "ShSist ,!tn.,<,J :The Lost1' .. .. ; :. ),">. ,

Phono 166-5654 3&8-1682 keeping; our state the Land of (Luke 15)) Training "Onion1 I w 'CTURCrTJUND.T" ,. :...; '; .;. ( :f ,' .',,( ...J,,. .. t. tw..;, .
TRACK SERVICE 6:15: Worship! -
: p.m. Evening
I Sunshine and Flowers in the .
Automatic Transmission
7:30: p.m., sermon,' "Oldtion J and .
eyes of natives and tourists.!!
MOTORCYCLESHONDA RAY'S His Army of Three1 Hundred"
Automatic Our earliest tourists were Spanish -

TRACK SERVICEPortable who were amazed: at the (Judges 6-7)..). Choir "Two' (Church h IM appoinfMl OflwKy In Mill w.Hd hx ipftadinf Iht kiMwttdgc tf Hit,lose c:h/tN\ T1lt f'b.fo
& :
Transmissions found. The Mondayyputh practice :
plants they and of Mil distend for that lave l hrl .Without,
Track Press Service man "" man tv rnpand"" ra by brim mifhbor
7 p.ni. NeW glvpr'Asloctation :
Motor Exchange MOTORCYCLES Welding T-Model driving tourist of SlewU'd"111pIeEtlng./ but.. gnwntfini, "" ki th. .... at, Sat .M. |..inirMnl >r witty, .e my al lilt will. !oAt l; ; .

Used! Bulldozers A Crawlers the twenties also saw an abun- BotttdraLn Church, 7:30: ftnrnn oM"" Hit I fm aml. shah' .t Inli' M Ixx will bwvllably(Mililt' Ttititlan.' mIron /i.:: ;

BIO DADDY WALTlUmartufactured ALL MODELS "We'll Keep 'em RoUln<<" dance of rare plants. and Tuead.y.Junior.. Choir p.m.prac I o ulflth paint at, .!.., ono should.. wpo. ..rt. Hit Ounh tar rh.ate ol Ida wolf... !:!

Transmls- Merchants Green Stamp Beaver Even the "crackers" 3:30 p.m. WMU Annual I I N I hinull aid hH far" Up..fool that ........onry ftnul iliauW' iiptioM on4 pee
7287 W. Lice, : :
alona Motors tourists of the 1940's could Mopatt in KM Oiimli beaus M tflh the 'truth about" roan I Wo,dtath' end. '."lnr.; the -l ,
Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.Monday.Ptiday Jacksonville! 388-4021 Planning Meeting (all officers I Iand'
Oi
5t. Quality Craftsman have' counted up to 3,500 sPec- Bunt whkb.done wi..wt him" frto I.the.. ol o diiU al Cot l'
.! chairmen), II _. _
general 4.1.: A"
2097 W. Beaver St. ies of native flowering plants p.m.l,
TROPICAL FISH
8 A.M. to 6 P oM. Wednesday- Family
Jacluonvllle 3S3-4TT1 and over 100 kinds of fern!!.
Saturday and Wednesday 'rohtwhen covered dish supper, 6 p.m. R.I
But the day soon ?
may
MERMAIDAQUARIUMS ..
CLOSED SUNDAY ". tttr "l&re; ;-30-Proyar,3Tatt.! .
numbers of these plants
CAMPERS Ing. gue t speaker C. J. Smyly, I I
MOTORS & CYCLES will become extinct. 7 p.m. Church Choir practice, j These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following
Cribbs Campers 4949 Standing Blvd. Complete Aquarium Supplies Before the doomsday for Sponsors

Jacksonville 771-8244 Imported Fish AH Sjieeie many of these plants contact

CALL OR COME BY your garden club or Audubon STARKE BUILDERS UNDERWOOD
De1-Rey Oawiptrs Lawson
Meat
Society and discover how I Market
you
Mon.-Sat. 10 am. to 8 pa STARKE SUPPLIES
Shasta! Trailers! MUSIC Sunday 2 to 6 pm. may help kepI Florida the Inc. Restaurant
&
Motel AND
COLD
We Order Any Fish Available Lend< of Flowers. Featuring Are H.tnluitreCompletr STORAGE
ConvertiblesTrade.B&nk .
BJcamper Paulus Music Co. tn S. Edrewood Are BUSINESSDIRECTORY 'l Sporting. faint' Ho'iiN:SiippUman Special Rates. To Commercial People. We !ftpfrtalltn" In Custom. Slaughter

Fluent InR Jacksonville 388-0404 New Free TV-Air' ConditionedTI'HS ing Cutting Wra le
I'NITKD: STATES: DISTRICT( oiFrKirn I (rs FIKST" PP 8-
6408 San Juan Ave.
,\Sf> SlinURKS
Band. A String Instruments WESTERN STORE r-OL'KT huddle DlDtrli-t of 219 Washington SI. lHI-) >inl
Jacksonville 383-0348 Florlrtu. JilrknnnvUle, DIvlHlnn. North SOI Ph. 06170X1Rosier Prepared For Deep Freeze
Gibson Guitars ft Amplifiers f'nitDd., sliiti-H of
America
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg School SUNIUM-tn.t.ruot1on LITTLE DUDE Plnlnllff VII John W YORk and AUTO REPAIRS Bradford Abstract Co. PHONIC 96-f.-8281.
Roberts Recorders Audrey, B. Youk. his wire ;
Western Store (leorite ,t. Monument Co.
Doihlii-rir Jr. andta.lle !
Chain Music\ Lltwiry Expert
o P. Oiithlivrir. his wife, Earl's Garage I 158 W. CALL STREET
Repair Department 'Where You'll FInd Everything J i'frmllnt, ". Court No. tft-320- 1 '' .
Saw SalesNOMBLITE For' the Horse riv-.r. KivncK'' : OF SAI.KNotlcn ALL KINDS OF Ph. 964-6881 Starke Fta. A Monument For Every: Nf'O"Cl't' r'r"f' \

41 W. Monroe St. Enthusiast" l I" hereby irlM>n that AUTO REPAIR WORK MARRLR. OR.\NITB '--\i
ptirximnt/ to a Klnnl IH-rrer of Also UNolrumit
Coney :MaJcin' Chain Saw Jacksonville 395-8447 All Work Guaranteed OF STARKE INC.
Western Clothing -Leathergoods. Knrt-i-lrmiir rntrrvrt on Annum Edwards Grocery & ,
ALES A SERVICE: : 8.110 Beach Blvd. Saddles and Trailers 25. 19116 l.y. the nliove vntltlvd Phone 969-2964 I III 1 t \V.l 1\'adl"on' !Starke

Part and Repair All Makes Jacksonville 398-3091 Charles Se Sharon Petty; 'nurt In the above ntyl0dimixe So. Walnut] Starke Mkt. I'h.l 060-426U Home. 7"2-366.1 U.S. 301 NORTH
the
undvrHlKni-d I'nltedStaletl
'Tore' .IL Yazoo Power Mowers', tl2 Sa. Edfewood Ava.
:Marshal> I or any of bin'. Ph. 969-3801
Starke
ftt.cn"rUlddleburir: 2A2-BOM> I Jacksonville 34-1210 duly authorized ili'putlpn will AUTO SERVICE GtOeeriew-Meafe-Feeds: Fla..

MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN Bell the property Hltuato In Has: & Oil DeWITT C. JONES
Umdfurd. (''''lnty. Flnrldj tie
WELL DRILLING Gilbert S. Brown
ELECTRIC MOTORS!=; wrlbi. UN: fot Nineteen (J fa). Ph. 964-2182 Starke. Fla. FUNERAL HOMES
KAY'SMusic Block Four (I). SARATOCHHEHIIITS. Standard Oil Service! Station! Charley E. Johns
A PARTRIDGE "unit Two. mrordInir Roy's TV
Service
Brothers Starke Ph. 961.2600
Peavy Center to pint thereof recorded In ATLAS AgencyCALL
Well Drilling Co. Plat Bonk 2. Pace 70. of the TIRES A BATTERIES:
Electric Co. public record. of Bradford ROY FOR PROMPT' Keystone Heights -
I P>n
BUCTIUC: MOTORS!! ICrg. end S! tm*rB4J1 Complete Electric! Water outer to the highest .and but Phone 4-7071 : Ph. 473-3176 GENERAL' : snu.'I'CJS' !
Illetnlma'teLido' bidder foralh between the 497 N. Temete Starke 920 Thomas St. Starke Nobody But
.ntced-RePa1-eod Nobody tTndenelte
SystemstaRI8ATIO1 hour et liOn o'clock J m.
e Osaefitors-Ctir73: J'.d... P gees ; tad i.oy cloak p. :M on October Phsr.t; S64S9S1BRADFORD! Charley E. John Agency

AltaratlonsjLnniture I>rums PUA TANGO St. IU6 at the frost door HURST'St5RELL

Eewladltr Eoz L4 d RepstM CU ALL r.2z3 Hyde" Gram Ave.JeakseaMlla 01 Homearx,the Bradford. Fiorldi County: ieurt Lat.d-. : MOTEL; : Sind Refining Co.XC. .

4044 Lenox: IINe.Jilctaoaville 406. MAW/ S?.: August, :3. II**.-J"M E. Mi'jir Service Station :.. Thorn**. Distributor. Hurst Shell ServiceCARL

Ze'.2.5Z4 Jaeltaoalv1U. a 3-N3S OsD Collect(, U&ol&U .' .. !r. United States. Mir- A SfPERIOR )l rEL
nil, MI44U' Dlftrlct of TltrP Ga Oils LubrlratUn G..cLDo7K"ROtiEo; : : ,-;;
... Arnertca'\ Jf !st HOS1'1tA"'O1.f'tea' > : HURST
_. ea ut" Kisnminr: Fuel 011 and Grfuwes
--- -- -- Goodyear Tire A Batteries
-- -- -- : Air Conditional
:;:.c. Free TV
= = -> rt. nt Vn"r4" fAUorl1)\ /,
603
: S.
: iF r Attorney tar Plaintiff. ROAD SERVICE!: I and Coffee walnut Starke Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph 961-6111!
It 1 ./I 4t 9/23 Ml and 100) IMsrke' : 1757 N. 301 Ph. 064-U71 Ph. 364-3681
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