Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I In Courthouse Site Controversy

Ii i II I Cbastain, Hamilton, Norman Agree'

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Chastain Hamilton Norman To Let People Vote After Jan. I Ithe

Two minority members of the Board of County Com- -
missioners and a member-elect who will take office in American Legion property In their Integrity and judge a few new ones, pro and con torney for the Citizens Com- people, and that any other will have $155.000 Investedin
January have declared their intention to put the matterof and that the site of the courthouse meat, and believing that all were aired at a County Com- mittee for Courthouse Site!! Selection course "smacks of dictator- 1 27 acres"
: shall be determined by political power Is inherent In mission meeting last Friday said that Call Street ship and tyranny Roberts said that 1.27 acres
courthouse site selection to vote of the people
a leferendum by the people:' 'the people and that government morning but the matter endedin was becoming a blighted area In summing up the case for would provide parking for
; the new board is organized in January.Their In substantiating their position is histltued for the pro- stalemate when Johns, ( ni;; that building the new the majority Commissioner only '70( to 75 cars, "and we
I action followed a ciganizatlon of said BoardIn the Commission minority tection, security, and benefitof Roberts and Shuford votedto courthouse in a central location Roberts said that those requesting need 40 spaces now."
, public hearing last Friday January 1967, [iwel] will Joined by Norman, the citizens and that they table a motion by the Ham- could reverse the trend. a vote on the mat- Roberts inferred that the
morning when the Commission adopt a resolution rescindingthe stated the belief that have the right to alter or a- llton-Chastain minority! to He sold relocating the court- ter "just want to delay It." Bradford County Telegraphhad
/ majority-Jerome Johns, action of the present the personal desires of members mend th-3 same whenever the put the matter of site to a house out of the central area He said the Commission maJority a selfish motive in advocating -
George W. Roberts, and Dave Board by which It selected the of said Board should be public good may require. "* vote of the people. would be an inconvenience to was being "crucified"for a central courthouse)
Shuford-voted to table a mo- American Legion property as subservient to the wishes of Commission Chairman Jerome This course of action had the public as well as to getting 13 acres of la:1d- site and asked, in view of the
tion for straw/ ballot on site the location for the new the people and that it is the Johns was out of the been advocated' by ioms courthouse officials and their the first time he's ever heard fact that the paper had been
selection: In the Novembergeneral courthouse! and such resolu- moral duty of such Board to state yesterday and, could not spokesmen for both sld!s!-- fluffs a board criticized for "get- in its present location. for
election.In tion will be adopted Irre- give expression) of the will tx reached for a statement those who favored the Lesion In requesting that the mat- ting more for Its money" He many years how Ions
a declaration of Intent spective ct any action there- of the people when such willis concerning this new develop- site and those who opposed ter be put to a vote Judge said that sale of the present will It be before the county
affixed with their signatures tofore taken by the present manifest and firmly believing ment In the longstanding. !it, but the three commissioners Yawn said that members of file "will bring $3.000 more pays its debt to you?"
Wednesday Chastain. Hamilton majority of said Board in the in the right of the controversy remained: adamant. the board should subject than we'll! have to pay for Others speaking In favor

and Norman said: execution of its decision tb'> :people to determine thir own Friday Hearing In his opening argument their own feelings and con- the 13 acres. If we come back; of the American; Legion site
1 Immediately following the re- locate the courthouse upon destiny, and hawing. confidence All tho old arguments and County Judge T. A. Yawn at \lctlons to the will of the here, to the present site, we.> ;Continued.l On. Page Three l

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majority of speakers fav- Starke and Keystone but .' r .,'.,\ ')' .,
ored toll-free telephone serv- would result in an,: Increase in J
vice between Starke and Key- monthly rates.A .
stone Heights exchanges' at canvass' of subscribers,
a public hearing held here taken several months ago by
Tuesday afternoon by the Southern Bell and Independent
\ Florida Public Service Com- Telephone Corp of Flor-
mission. Idt. >disclosed! a total of 8B8
Eleven of 18 subscribers votes in favor of extended \
l 1' who took the stand spoke In service, and '786 opposed.At .
I favor of extended area aerv- the conclusion of the
ice whlch-wouiijxrovide: hearing;: Commissioner W1U
. free communication between tam Mayo and Jerry< W. Car- ws- 7'
! ter announced that the testimony -
would be taken under
advlsenvnt and a ruling lauird -
:1 High Accepts nhortly/
: Under Questioning1" bv the",
The Winner. |V
Commission's counsel, representatives '
Fish Fry Bid of the two corporations -
Bicycle Pays OffTucker said the new service Front Elevation of New National Guard Armory
, could be provided by Janu-
Of 'Local DemosThe ary 1 qBfI if early approval. !la
granted. For New

Rides Bradford County Democratic companies Rate' 'increases to offset asked the by loss the Contract Let Armory;

Executive Committee of present long distance toll
will host fish charges between Starke and
a five-county fry
at the Fairgrounds Monday, Keystone Heights are as follows '

Oct. 17, with the Democratic : Work To Start 'Immediately'Major
To nominee for' Governor Robert ITC [tStarkel : business. SO
VictoryThe .
King High, as featured attraction cents a, month; residentialsingle

., f or multiple party llne.l ,
Guy Andrews chairman of 30 cents a month. General Henry W. McMillan, the Adjutant The Armory of approximately : block with face brick "
for Coutv- the county committee, said Southern Bell rKey on1busln : 1 .8RO square feet, will The Armory financed by
Second Primary run-off content! City General of Florida, announced today that bids had been
yesterday that the candidate "si-'75 cents! for Individual contain offices, classrooms joint Federal and State Fund
cil, Group 3, resulted in a photo-finish Tuesday night would appear personally hereon : 50 cents for 2-rwtv! opened for construction of a new National Guard armoryin ri'Ht, ooms and ihowers It will will\ ,be located on Edward
with Neil Tucker nosing out W H. (Billy) Npegrcj by 35 that dateDecision 2"ent! for 4-partv Resi Starke.The have a drill hall of approximately Road -Starke.. '-
votes. _____ / to hold the flan fry dntlal-1" cent for Inllvl- contract was' awardedto 7,000 square feet. Ov- Architect for the project! 19P.
The final count was. Tucker was reached at the last enacting duet and 10 rent for ho h the Trlest Construction Co. Armory( will begin immediately emU dimensions will foe approximately A, }Holllngsworth. AlA,
tiSl : Noeirel.. 528 tax service. of the County Executive 5-mrtr end 4-rwrty llni*. of Keystone! \; Heights, the low Cen JVMMillon: said, and Is : 165 by 121 feet. with his associate\ Miss Lea
Outcome of the nlp-and- Tucker estimates that he Committee. Originally planned Robert W. Inirle. pr'"tlH-nt bidder. expected to be completed withIn Construction In of concrete Wells, AIA, of St. Augustine.'
tuck race remained 'In doubt visited!. at least '98 per cent for Bradford County vo- of ITC of Flort'a. testified Construction. of the $221.6t" nine\ month
until the final moments as of the homes in Starke dur- ters, the plans were broadenedto that the proposal. would cost --
first one candidate and then ing the first and second primary Include neighboring coun- his. companv a total Investment !- Says Judge YawnSpeedsters
the other: surged ahead witha riding a bicycle pur- ties at the suggestion of High of 121.722 for inside
thin margin of votes. chased especially for this pur- headquarters/ end outside equipment and
The total vote cast Including pose. It enabled him to mak3 Voters In Union, Clay, Baker alterations.M. .
absentees was 1.105- frequent stops more conveniently and northern Alachua L. Campbell a rate expert Have Right To Kill
less than 50 per cent of the In an automobile County are invited to attend for Southern Bell, said
2,280 reslstered: "It's the best way In the the Ash fry-rally here on October would have. to
Voting in the Second Primary world to make a house to 17.Final. his make company an: additional Investment Themselves But Not OthersAfter

was almost as heavy 85 house canvass," he says, "andis of $15,530: to carry out ,
13. however, exercise to boot."
on September good O.K.Placed the protectFollowing.
when ballots [158 ion, Sammy Leo Smith and
1,283 percent Tuck r s only regret the expert testi- imposing 10 day jail
J were cost. his bicycle compalsn Is that, sentences for three drat iaf- Cecil Evans Tyler, were given
On New Mayo opened
councilman who his mony, Chairman B"ad- Jail terms. The latter
The new although he hardened up the public ers In court Tuesday 10-day
will\ take office at the flint! leg muscles. "I dtin't'::! lose a the meeting! to In furry County Judge Theron A. was also fined 135 on a
Is grad- 66-67 Budget and the following spoke of failure to yield the L'rl' vt ;?' I.
meeting !in October a pound of weight the whole of the proposed toll- Yawn said: charge
uate of the Oklahoma Schoolof time." "You may kill yourselves if right of way.
Adams l
service L. C
Accounting'and before MOV- The Bradford County. Com- free : Mrs Rhoda you want to, but you hive: no In other actions the court:
Walter M\ King
ing to Starke in 1959 was employed C. D. Director mla+ion put its final stamp of E. L. Matthews. right! to endanger the lives of Sentenced two youths.
with a CPA firm in approval on the new 1966-07 others: Miles Nelson Carter and
Torode. George< W t
Tulsa, Okli: He now operates Applications Due budget. totaling $543 630 at a John JI...,..", A.. V .J. Vovnk. 'R.r4Jlft" The three Wyndell Lamar R;rhard Lawrence Klrchnlne,
an accounting office on W meet'p' '. here last Friday af Grover. Carlos Rowe and tc me days! In Jail for petty
Madison' st. providing: auditing Jerome Johns chairman of ternoon. hell. Chary.: Saw"e'Carl Austin Carv Smith h-H b"en !'irrenv. The two pleaded

bookkeeping, and income the Bradford County Commission The new budget which was Charley: Hutcheson, and arrested bv Bradford County i-uilty! to the theft of produce Gilt Honors Former Librarian
that Henley
has announced .
tentatively approved on September extended Dpputy Sheriff Oennloore! "-
I WE JOIN applications for the full-time 5, met no oppositionat Opposed to the for racing at night on SR- -Fined J. B. Murphy $75
position of Bradford Countv the public hearing. .service were: IV>v A. Nc'V- for reckless driving. The defendant :MH| .. Beth Daane right), Director of the Santa. Fe RegionalLibrary

IN SALUTINGOur director of Civil Defense will It calls for a tax levy of berry M'. IIn Fine 4-Il be received by the board until 6.678 for county purpose, an B Ppeed. Joe Olssv! on each of the following driving which led to his arrest Mm. II. C. HI till, member of the Starke-Bradford' (County Public\
Boys! and Girls Cctobe1 3Anyone. increase of three-tenths of a W. Hayes Gist!. of their criticism chargesreckless: driving, had been due to Illness; Library, In honor of Mr. Edward Burnn. The set wa .a gift
Interested In 'ap- mill over the 1965-66: levy was that they did not driving without a muffler and Judge Yawn stated" : he would from the fjalnesvllle Public Library staff In recognition of 31.....

During National plying li urged: to do so before The slight Increase was want' or need! the added ervlce possession, of an alcoholic recommend that Murphy's license IJuriVi' 10 yearn of faithful. "n "rtlce .a,. JUbrvrUm of the Starke-
4-II CLUB WEEK that time.Holiday the topaylnl' minor. be revoked If he la too
made to raise 112,000 for and they) were opposed beverage by a Public Library
llrudfonl) County
.._ operation of one a(mini lance a higher rate to j provide Grover was also found 'lll- 111 to drive
We are proud of tie Inn during the new fiscal year, in tv of speeding on another Accepted not guilty pleas
work they are doing an' cooperation with the DeWittC. free service for others charge"" and fined $::1:5.: and set for trial the following MAYOR'S COURT
To Give Awards Jones Funeral Home which The effort to obtain toll- Judge: Yawn imposed another Ernie Council Griffis as-
wish them ,
every uc- will. also' 'be responsible for free service between the two 10-dav Jail( sentence for snuit.. and battery: Calvin C. The following cases. were Keith E. Monti, driving
ress. ____ The Holiday Inn of Starke the operation of a second am- communities was initiated in Edward Silas Adkins. who Rodney Jr.. failure to controlhis exposed! of In Mavor's Court while under the influence of
its first anniversary -
will celebrate bulance.At pleaded utility to rt..9' raring vehicleVollle: \ Bnvnlngwmnlt -pi'....oi" ThH' Space C Mitrn>atc4 on Tuesday Oct. 4, with J 1964 bv the Starke-Bradford of firearms -
present the county does on FR-18! at nlrht The other end bitterv: William voluntary Intoxication. $37- unlawful possession
Weekly to Publicize an Awards Ceremony. for aUone.YClir mot have authority to appro- County Chamber of Commerce participants in the racing *s-. Edward Pendarvis: voluntary 50 or seven days. $157.50 forfeited

Community Brents kyThs employees.AWIfI"1' pr'its!! funds for the operatic! and was backed: bytha sped) and AdJclns: refused to Intoxication and driving Earl DeSue, reckless drivir.sr Contey Bush, reckless! drtv-
will M rr'pentcd by: ef (a.-.buir.ie!: :': eer/lce, tut he Baled: : CoM snslislon. -r- i-;':::,<' tr-e'r! r.lrne: his: intxca.s4> Junior forfeited $27.50 fine irsr. 41250 flr.s
; CommunityState avtuen &:".J s iiara c: tia earpsratiors Bras exhlbUlrur diruerpus: L D. Beard voluntary Intoxication Prthere William!! disorderly!
.( nor.ii! I-agrlilitJre la'! expected And UM trk City; Two persons who pleaded a :
Bank The Itw-tmit Inn opened to pass enabling legislation Council. pmts' to driving while their. weapon: Clifford Dlllinter, $27:! .50 fine. conduct by Aatn! bodily

hero on Oct. 1. 100$. at the 1067 session. Ikorres. :; were under suspens: :Coatirtcd! wn P3.o 4] lla.m $37.:50 or seven days


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PACK; TWO IILI31'ONU; "'IIIN'1'Y) > 'i'.iIiun.\t'< 'tt.'I'\IihIC- 1'IItlilli.\" ,'ur""",,\V"t f Pi'1. to: i

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox 1 l'
of Fort Lauderdale are spending I .oslngelea, Calif Is visitinghei town attending the daughter of Orlando have Reading: and daughter, Christie -, County Hospital this'
:Has Planning Day ,
ten days at the Aflkins ; sister, Mrs. George An- Mrs. D T. Clark of Miami on spent the past week with her and Mary Lou Gnann week include: Colin E. Halle

cottage on Klngsley, Lake.. I'dersQn.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. Tuesday were M. J. Canova patents, Sen. and Mrs. Char- went to Tampa on Saturdayto Sr. and Jlrs. Verlle Crews of The New River Baptist A
r Mr. and Atrsj: Rj O. Ua..t.1y, J Rj; person for several weeks. and Mrs. Gladys Canova of ley John attend the TampaBowlingGreen Lake Butler;; Mrs. Victoria foclation WMS\ held annua
J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams Gainesville Twllla Dan- football Butch Osteen of Gainesville; JamesM.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy M/s. Lex Green Is confined In game. planning! day at the home
Andrews in Jacksonville' on I and Mi. and Mrs. Charles iel of Jacksonville W. M the Lake City VA Hospital Redding came home with Biddle: of Keystone! Mrs W. B. Mundy on Thurs
GLADYS MOOTY I Sunday. I IItt'ilster Luton of Olmsted. Ill were Wainwright and Mrs. Fred where h9 will undergo suiery '- them for a short visit, re- Heights; Mrs. Louise Woods clay Sept. 22 with 13 offlcerjpiesent.
Phone 964-0651 I for Car to be given -;I guests last week of Mr. and Bailey of Tallahassee, and { on Friday. tuining to the University: of Day of Florahome: Luke .

way Sat. at 7 p. m. at 'rer- Mrs, Titus Olson. Mr. and Mrs. N D. Wainwright Miss Betty Jane Morgan Tampa on Sunday night. Knight of Worthington; Mrs. Those elected for the ne
wlllecur Motors. W. H. Underhill and daughter. Jr. of Hollywood. Mildred Ollsson, Mrs. Sealeat
attended the Florida Federation Butch fIt'out to Tulsa, year are: Mrs. W. :B. Mundy.1
:Mr. and Mrs. I* C. Adams i Owen Tyson of Salt Springs Ml-: and Mrs. W. D. Du- Mrs. William Futch of Laurence Creedon of St. Woman's Club fall board Okla. the week before with Stilley. Joseph M. Starling president. Mrs. Ray Miller!
several days last week spent the weekend with her Bose of Jacksonville were Fort Mod were weekend Augustine was admitted to In Mrs. Virginia V. Gatlin Mrs. ,
Fort Laudenlale
spent : meeting \lee president and:!! secretary-]
In Central Florida on busI- cousin, Brenda Williams visiting Mr and Mrs. O. R. guests of Mrs. J. B. Sapp and:! the Starke Nursing Home this Irom Sunday to Tuesday. the team. I Bessie Jane Jones and :Mrs treasurer; Mrs. Learnanj
Mrs Muriel S. Norman and Alvarez Sr. on Sunday and :Mrs: W. B. Mundy at Kings- Mr. and Mrs. C L. Cooper Margaret Frlsble, all of .
week.Mr. Ward,
stewardship chairman
Seaman Stephen Prevatt of
ness.Mr.: and Mrs. James H. Mrs. Edna Hart attended t an were accompanied home by, ley Lake. and Mrs. L. D. Vining Whiting Field, Milton was were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Mrs. M B. Jordan prayer:
and daughter of executive board meeting ol their daughter Lou Anne. Mrs. T>ler Jones of Starke visited Mrs J. W. Timmerman Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns
Hall Jr. Chlefland
home for the weekend.Mr. James Cooper In chairman; Mrs. Mamie Ellis
Gainesville. spent the week- Alpha Nu chapter of Delta who had spent the weekend and !Mrs. R. A. Green Jr. and In the hospital in Valdosta. and son, Phillip, are In New community missions
end with Mrs. Hall's parents Kappa Gamma Society held with the Alvarez family. children of Gainesville visIted Oa. on Sunday. and Mrs. Julius Mar- on Saturday Orleans La. where\ Phillip is ; Mrs.
Maxie Carter Sr.
Mjv and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin. Saturday at the home of Mrs. Bob Ferguson left last Mr and Mrs. Charles John Torode was In Mlnmi!! :lowe has/;e returned to Starke Rev. W A. Hogan accom- undergoing tests at Osehnei study. mission:

"Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Thorn- Lucille MuLendon In Orange Thursday Washington. D Godfrey in Aiken, S. C. and: last Wednesday to Friday attending after spending: : the past three panied his son W. A. Hogan, Clinic.
iUi have been visiting: their C. where he has accepted a the Smoky Mountains last the Florida Petroleum months In Detroit Mich.. Jr. of Cleveland, Tenn., to E. Bran- Leaders: Mrs. C. L. Coooer
soo-in-law'tmd daughter, Mr Park.Mr.: and ::1l1's.V.. E. Her- position en the staff of the Thursday: Sunday.Mrs Marketers meeting.Mrs. where Mrs. Marlowe was under Mr. and' Mrs. S YWA; Mrs. Don Hill, O. A..
the Clinic In Rochester Sunday
May Palatka were
the of ham Mrs. R. L. Smith SunbeamsA
care specialists.She
Manning and of Starke accompaniedMr. Florida News Service. Sarah Lawson underwent Ed Prevatt was visit- I'
a> d Mrs. M. C. long and Mrs Harold -
of Mr.
} Minn. this week. Mrs. Hogan visitors
fatally and .eon and daush- and Mrs. Frank Hcrlong Friends of Mrs. Edna Hutchinson surgery last Thursday I ing Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pre- will enter the Medical I delightful luncheon was
teY-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs.Denald back to their home In Saluda. Mrs N. S. Dankel, in St. Vincent's Hospital. vatt In Orlando Wednesday Center In Gainesville next was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Branham and Mr and I served by the hostess, Mrs.

Thornton In Chever- N. C. Monday for several and Mrs. J. W. Furlong will! Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson' to Sunday. week for open heart surgery i Hogan Jr. over the weekend. Mrs. C L. Cooper. Mundy.LET'S .

ly Md. the past week.Mrs. davs visit. regret that their grandsonand 'have had as guests Mr and .""'- --,
Eve Baldwin was a Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams nephew Jimmy Kiger of Mrs C. H. Register of Tallahassee II
patient In Bradford County have had as visitors Mr.\ :and: Huntsville, Ala. was killed in : last Thursday night
ifJDspltal Tuesday and Wed- Mrs. Frank Herlong of Sa- action In Viet Nam on Sept. and:! Mr. and Mrs. Charles

nesday of last week for luda S. C. and Mr. and Mrs.R. 17. { Lawson of Tallahassee last
surgery. R. Turnlpseed of East Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss| Friday night. I
.Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Point Ga. over the weekend Mamie Anderson of Archer Mr and Mrs. Wayne Klnnek GO TO THE FOOTBALL GAME
Brunswick. Oa. was vlsrtingMfrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wll- were visiting their sister :MrsE. I of Fort Eustls, Va. returned,

Edna Hart over the young; of St. Petersburg on M. Davis, over the week- home after Mr. Kinney com-
weekend. I Sunday. end. pleted six months training
:Mrs Mae McAteer of 67 Ford Showing Fri. and Mrs, N. S. Dankel of St. with the National Guard.
pa Is visiting: her Tam-I Sat. at Ternillcgar's Motors Cloud has been visiting her They are residing with Mr.
ajid daughter, Mr. and Miss Debbie Coco mise, whois daughter and family. Mr and Kinney's mother, Mrs. Carolyn -
George Flynn Jr. this week attending St. Joseph's Academy Mrs. Meed Lewis, the past Redgrave for the time

,Mrs. S. Q. Denmark Is vis- in St. Augustine spent ten days. being. Tornadoes St. Augustine
jjlng relatives In Pompano; the weekend with her mother :Mr. and Mrs. H K. D'wl-' Mrs. Marc Jackson Is vis- vs.
Beach. Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse. were visiting Mrs. Stella iting her parents, Mr. and
J Mrs. Merrill Edwards ands Ray Gore of Panama City Treadway in Hendersonville. Mrs. H. E. Smith, in Willis-

*>n. Ricky, were In Tampa will arrive! Saturday to assume N. C. and sightseeing-! the ton for several weeks.
Saturday visiting her mother his duties as area for- Smoky Mountains last week. Register for Car to be given -
&r s. H. Q. Merow. ester with Oilman Paper Co. Mrs. W. H. Harper of We- away Sat. at 7 p. m. at
I formerly St. Regis! Mrs. wahltchka was last Wednesday Trrwillegar Motors.W. 30-8:00 P.M.
:Jim Trunnell of Cecil Field Friday September :
spent> the weekend with Mr. Gore and their children:! will luncheon guest of MrsL A. Stern underwent
last week In the ,
Und Mrs. Herbert Thomas and: follow as soon as Mr. Gore A. Davis. surgery
is located. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- Gainesville Medical Center.
daughter, Kathleen.
ham and Mr. and Mrs. C. L Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi
Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc-: : Mrs. Guy Andrews. Mrs Mrs Cooper visited Mr. a.ndIrs Smith and Mrs. Walla LIpsey BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUMAll
David Montgomery.;
Clane of Atlanta da. have Bowden Donald Cooper in Cocoa last attended homecoming at the I
B. J. -
Lester Crews Mrs.
spent the past week with Mrs.McClanO Thursday.Mr. Slloam Methodist Church In
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward and
parents War- Lake City Sunday.
Mrs.: Oeorga Flynn Sr. James River Mrs.the 59th T L.annual Casey: Jr.meeting attended of ren and and son Mrs.have Sammy moved to on Tickets at Gate $1.50 Student Activity Cards Good For All Home Games.
McClane of St.
Decatur. Oa. where Mr. War-
Junior College weekend.Joined the the Suwannee Women Presbytery of the Church in Lake ren is employed with South- : TilE BRADFORD Children Grades 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parents.
family for the ern Telephone Supply Co. I COUNTY TELEGRAPH
City Tuesday.
Harry Trafford and Brad I, i
Miss Kathy Van Kooiher-
Henshaw of Miami were Mr. nd Mrs. C. P. Tison of Published every Thursdayat rr-4 ". '<
? ?rsa
pen Macon. Ga. spent several -
weekend guests of Mr. and Lakeland were Thursday overnight last 138 W Call St., ro.i'i' i 'I + .
days week with Mr k
guests of Mi's. O. L. Starke Fla. 32091
:Mrs. A. O. Loudon and daughter and Mrs. R. R. Chism. The
Beasely and Mrs. J. W. Kin-
Harriet. Chisma!! gave a surprise birth- Second class postage paidat

'61 Ford Showing Fri. and caid.Mr. day dinner for Judy Broll h- Starke,, Fla. ....,.. 1 '.
and Mrs. E. C. Dukes
at Terwlllegar'i Motors -
and Sat. '
ton and Renee Moore lR!" .,
> jhs
Sunday to Wednesdayin Ir ',t r' iP' r c
spent Rates r r ,
Saturday:! night while Miss Subscription : ,4
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adam Palmetto.. Van Koolbergen was here. In trade area: $3.50: per
and son Bill, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Mrs. J C Dukes and Mrs I year; $2.00 six months.
attendedthe Norman were visiting in St. Curtis Edwards the
Mrs. W. F. Herlong attended E. L. Matthews, editor and
funeral of Dr. Adam's Augustine Sunday afternoon. graduation' of Pvt. Dukes from
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Devrick-Jenning3 Miss Reba StarnesIs I I New Pixie Club PTA's Will Meet Birthday Party I I'\1'TIIK.'UIIII': 1111.1 I:1:11'I'11: I II' Oilier.11 1111IIL "!..'''I .11111 I < ., ,, t. I"I..I'I ."I ". a,
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Wedding Party ComplimentedAt Will Assist uesday I: NightThe For Gary Bakken ( (nit i I'"' i\ 1NI) full All's .ul..rn's' 'ol" i.';' ''"1. It
Qc/-1 I 'II& >K.1>llll rot \l'S. 1% .lusiim.1 ill South Mainstr"ft
EntertainedMr. Beckett I Home At Nursing Home I II < II.\M>:HV.l.iluutil I (*}aln.**ivlll Ptc /i.hA. un
Starke Elementary Mrs. Joe Bakken, assisted ; \1. (luliliyI'lalnlitT I or uuroru the 22ml day or Oc-,
PTA will will meet Tuesday. I by her mother Mrs. Nelson DIvurrH tuber, li'fltf.!' ; .itlnrwl. i* a Drr.
and Mrs. Denver R. Miss Reba Starnes, bride- A group of high school girl: v* Pro ('ont........ will l". .nt"ri)
GLADYS MOOTY Devrlck were hosts at a elect of Oct. 15, was compli- from the ninth to twelfth ;i Oct. 4, a: 7:30: p. m in the I Green and Miss Ruby Green Hfl.-n I II. ilnldiyI I a train HI you. .
cafetorlum and the executive for her I **r>*nilam. .
gave a birthday party Thin nolle shell be puUllnhml -
Phone luncheon Saturday at Holiday mented at a Coffee last Sat- grades have been organized
964.0651I j gull'IUP: irTo ,
MI ,
in the Bradford, 'ountv Tab l.r ltVrupli
board: will meet at 7 Bakken. last Sat-
j .... .. .., Inn honoring their urday morning given by Mrs. under the name Pixies to as- ,' p. m. son. Oaiy .
School 1 H.-li'M 1 II Iiidv) 20,1 Pfl|>- each w*>ek for four ((4)))
Superintendent afternoon his eighth
I, daughter. Vicki and her fiance S. W. Beckett Mrs. P. B. sist patients In the Stark! T'I t'r.-ay on l.ir, 4t rprt ,I'harlciton South nHi'futl\H wNkx th> 'lr tKUlillontton
(; -- 7 William Jennings following Beard Mrs. Bob Fergusonand Nursing Home with reading?( L. Casey. principal. $pel11(< bh'thSlay-.. ._ .. ". Ga dirottMu. ., r ( Jl-'tp.to }l Ift" 'Iho" J2nd
't i Series Of Parties will talk on Public el"l! YOlVITA r.FHi'KtC:: 'day" "flO\prcm"-:*,r: ,' ft l'mWITN'WHS !
I The ten youngsters enjoyed:
their wedding rehear- Mrs. J. H. DuPre at the wrltlnaIpttec', feeding taking I I
:NOTIC'IS: i that it null for illviircpIIIIH :: : : my Ii i nil it nd seal
'Given In .Honor sal. I home of the former on Kings- walks\ and other possible as- I' Plants for Our Children. I dames. and refreshments In I.n ril"il ng-iiin-ii! you In I al l :Sturm. Ill.nd ford "County,
I Enjoying the affair with, ley Lake. sistance. At the executive board[ the yard. The refreshmpnt I Iho circuit Cuurt of the Eighth Florid. thin I Mill 'nay <>* -S pipiliiivr -
Of Mary Ann Long meeting on Sept 12.lrs.: W table was centered wlih a .tuillclal (211." ',11,It. I In and l .....1'PraUu..d .. ,\ l J. 155051!!
the Devrlcks were members Arrangements of dahlias The Pixies held an OI'i:1nI: "'""nl.v. Florida. In (CIIAKI.nH ,\. OtRBY
of the wedding party. I day lilies and pussy willows Izatlonal meeting Monday T. Jackson Sr. was elected large birthday cake decorated ohl,'h ":,IWRI.I1 ilnlilrv, IH III- Clork. nt circuit CourtT'.y
Miss Mary Ann long wnose president. of the Starke Elementary to resemble a football j H..I"h1.. ) Mixxlv: .
I Following the wedding were used to highlight pointsof night at the Nursing home I DenS.Yon 1
j I marriage to Daniel Pater HI which, was held that after- interest In the party rooms under the counselor Mrs. D. PTA. field witn! four sugar players Deputy ctrku |
will be event of I aif hril.v i **tiifMtifl| t I. g HI"| |19
an Saturday, noon at 5 o'clock in the First I and porch for the occasion. H. Penoyer and elected the end eight small footballs I ill' vane answer. or ollifIllMlllltlKX
Oct. 1 at 8:00: p. m. in the Baptist Church. Mr. and1{ Mrs.. The coffee table was covered following officers: president, 'I The Sonthslde ElementaryPTA i holding eight candles. I' \ In. III,. rlHlllllfl'H) I Plastic. Notebook S2.30 at 'he'
First Baptist Church, has will meet Tues'11Y. Oct. I < oinplaf"... nt with' t tl"). t'lcrlt" ..l VELCGRAPll.During .
Devrlck entertained at a with a Venetian lace cloth Lucille Kauffman: vicepresident
'qK been complimented with several I 4, at 7:30: p. m. In the Cafeteria I
dinner party, also at Holiday and centered with a. long Kay Halslop; secretary UDC To Meet ,
parties in the past) week. with the executive I
low of and Claudette Peterson treasurer
i iohnsonNewsome arrangement pink ;
On Wednesday of last week Inn.Among those attending I white gladioli and mums. Marilyn Patterson: sunshine hoard meeting at 7 p. m. The W. T. Week chapter.

Mrs. Eugene L Matthews> en- were Mr and Mrs. Robert This was flanked by low silver chairman Donna Tilley: ana I Henry H. Lyons of Onlnesvllle UDC will hold Its first fall MyCampaign

tertained at a Inucheon for Jennings and son. Rick, of candle holders with white publicity Betsy Matthews. I child psychologist, will meeting on Wednesday. Oct .

Miss Long. The Matthews Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. tapers. Mrs. E. D. Tenly pre- The girls will a.-iMst the I.e guest "peaker.Birthday 5. at 3:30: p. m. at the horns

home was decorated for the Hal Godwin of Jacksonville sided at the silver coffee patients after school and on ol Mrs O. L. Beastey and ;
affair with arrangements of Mrs. I. E. Earls and Miss Jo- service. weekends. Party Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.Executive '.

red pink and yellow roses Ann Carver of PaJatka. Misses The hostesses presentedthe I For Cherie Lawson

placed at vantage points in the Phoebe Pope, Edith Da- honoree with a pink, chry- Birthday Party'' BoardThe I Promised

living room foyer and; dining ils. Ann Evans Elsie Oiski santhemum corsage and' the Cherie Lawson celebratedher

room. and Judy Fedders of Talla- gravy boat to her chosen At Andrews Home I sixth birthday last Friday executive board of the

The luncheon was servedIn has, and Mrs. Larry D. Dev china pattern as a mementoof i afternon when her grandmother Starke Woman's Club will You

:ngagement: Told the dining room where the rick T. I. Mersereau. Michael the occasion. Mis. Etvin Andrews gave Mrs.: Ewell Lawson. meet Thursday. Oct 6, at .

table was centered with a Devrick, and Mrs. Robert F. Sixty guests were invited to a party Monday morning fOI.1ber rave a party for her. 3:30: p. rn. at the club house

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. pyramid arrangement of Ohames of Starke. call between the hours 10 sons, Michael and Randy The youngsters.jjoved
Johnson of Raiford an- Happiness roses and fern. and 11:30: o'clock. who were celebrating their flumes and refreshments durIng Recent Births Honesty, integrity Ability and "Faithfulness :
fifth and fourth birthdays if elected to our City Council. With
nounce the engagement and Bridal place card markedthe Stork Shower I the party hours and were
approaching marriage of their seating arrangement for BPW Members respectively.A given favors. The lace cov- Bradford County Hospital your support you have given me the opportunity ,
Elaine the ten For Mrs. JohnsonAt pink and blue culor to fulfill this and for
daughter to C. Clifton guests ered refreshment table was announces the following promise,
Newsom son of Mr. !and The ''honoree was presented Lyons HomeMrs. (Al District MeetThe motif was carried out In the centered with a birthday cake births: the support I am most grateful.

Mrs. Cecil B. Newsom of Lulu: with a white carnation corsage able decorations. The birthday Iced in pink and wtlte Mr. and Mrs. Martin Earl
Miss Johnson is a 1966 and a crystal bud vase Johnny Johnson was Starke Business. andProfeetonal cake was decorated tQ Mrs: Lawson \vos assistedby Kapellan. Starke a daughter Now let u* all join handand.. all work for

graduate of Union County irom her hostess as a memento honored at a delightful stork ( Women' Cleb resemble a lake with tiny Mrs.! Mildred Tetstoneand Charlotte Ann Sept. 22. the betterment of our town to make it a

High School, and is employedby of the occasion. ,, shower Wednesday night of was the first represented meeting Sunday of District at boats on top decorated and the with cup Mrs. Jimmy Lawson Mr and Mrs Olin Johns/ a better place for us: nil.
Southern Bell Telephone Included in all the partiesfor last week given by Misses Three by the president Mrs. .viicklleburg.! a son Terry
CO. in Gainesville. Miss Long were her mother Shirley Morrison Joyce Con- J .iUleVomen Juiome Sept. 25.Mr .
Eldon KImmons of Keystone Thank
The 15 youngsters! playedIn you.NEIL ,
Mr. New so m is a 1965 graduate Mrs. Eugene Long, the kiln, and Kay Oarbett, and Heights Miss Delia Rosen- the and Mrs Joseph Frank
yard und were alveii
of Columbia County mother of the Mrs. Lola Lyons, at the homeof / The executive board of the SLal.kc Mark
bridegroomelect. bery of Klngsky. Lake, Mrs. candy and' bubble favors. Mrs. Luycx u boil
High School and attended Mrs. D. M. Pater Jr. the latter on N. Church Nate Dyal of Hampton Lake Vernon Reddish and Mrs. Little Women's Club will\ Henry Sept 27. TUCKER

Lake City Junior College. He and the couple's three grand- Street. Mrs. John Haney of Keystone Townsend Strickland asM->ted meet Monday afternoon a! Mr. and Mrs Joe Lee Adamis' '

is employed with Occidentalof mothers, Mrs. E. C. Long 'I The gifts were displayedon Heights and Mrs. J. D. Doyleof in serving.. 3.30 o'clock at the home of Stake a son, Timothy Lee (Pil. Pol Adv )
Florida Corporation near Mrs. E. J. bowling, and Mrs. a table in the living room Starke. the president, Jayne Hr\rdy. Sept 27,,

White Springs.A D. M Pater Sr. which was covered with a Mrs. Ralph Milberger of
November wedding is stork cloth and centered bya

planned. Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. stork. The refreshmenttable !! a Oreen member Cove of Springs the local, who club is '
in the dining room was Ride Ford's
arden Club John Torode gave a lovely covered with a lace and cutwork presided as District Director New Wave for 67> !

luncheon. last Friday for Miss cloth and was centeredby at the meeting: held at the .
Dpens Season Long at the Adams home onE Ponce de Leon Motor LodgeIn
a tall stork. A crystal
Call Street. St. Augustine. The
Monday NightThe The 16 guests were seatedat Bunch bowl wa&.placed. at one toured the Ancient City group after
of the
I end table. A crystal At dealer'sFriday
Starke Garden Club four card tables which tray held cake squares which the meeting and enjoyed a your
showing of the "
were covered with white linen decorated with film 400 Yearsof
opened Its first meeting of were pink
cloths and centered with arrangements and blue booties. White St. Augustine" at the
tbe at
season Monday night
of pink, pom- Chamber of Commerce office.
napkins were folded' in the
the home of Mrs. Paul Ray-
poms and tulle In crystal shape of diapers and were
mond with covered dish
bowls. Bridal place cards filled with nuts and mints. Three AgreeFor
cupper. marked the seating arrange- The honore and her mother !
The members, husbands ments.
Mrs. Don Bagwell, were Site Vote
served at
and guests were a
The hostesses the
presented presented with corsages and
table decorated with arrangements I
honoree with a corsage and the honoree also received a
of red hurricane lilies knife I [Continued from Page Onel)
butter in her chosensilver baby bottle sterilizer from

end fern pattern as a mementoof her hostesses as a mementoof were: Richard Speed Ronald 1967 Mustang Hardtop*

Mrs. E. F. Jones State the occasion. the occasion. Oriffls Stanley Noegel Bub bred first to be first
Flower Show Judge, of Jacksonville Miss Long was honored ata Fifteen guests enjoyed this Carter, Gene Shaw Billy

and Starke, gave a linen shower Monday night affair between the hours 7 1 Jackson, and Charles Schae-

demonstration lecture on given by Mrs. Richard N. and 8:30: o'clock. .
"Organizing Elements AccordIng fer.Opposing %
Sunderland at her home in .. this sUe and ad-
to the Principles of Design. -
Keystone Heights.Arrangements Junior WomenTo vocating a vote of the peo
She demonstrated designs -
of blue and ple were: M O. Harrell Mrs. .
along abstract. Japa- Meet TonightThe
white pompoms and carnations Charley Johns, C. H. Nas-
nese and Mass lines. Many.
were used at vantage worthy James Temple, Mrs.
executive board of the
design were made from corn
points in the party rooms for J. W. Klncald. Sen. Chal'leyJOhris ,
husks and roadside plant I junior Woman's Club wilt' P.+ ,,: y. b' st '11'55 W 4
the occaslonr The refresh John Simpson, Mrs.
materials that had been dried meet tonight (Thursday' ) at
ment table! covered with Katie Oriffls Guy Andrews
.. ,
and painted. 8:00: o'clock at the home of
a lace cloth and centered by Mrs. Leila Mundy, Avdel ..
Mrs. R. F. Young gave a a crystal punch bowl on a Mrs. Charles Sawyer. Crosby, E. W. Hayes. Fonao

talk: on roses and their care I crystal platter. Around the The regular monthly meet- Prevatt Mrs Ruby Johns pit o000Dp 1'zJdlly ..
ing will be held Monday
followed' by a discussion on platter was a. garland of ivy. Ben Suslow A. J. Thomas .
Horticulture Tips" for Starke. night at 8 at the club house ,I .
Mrs. John M. Whelan of Sr.. Carl Prevatt Ben Row-I taa
find Bradford County. Murray Hill N. J., presidedat : The program will oe presented land, Charles DeVane and.: 1967 FORD XL 2-Door Hardtop,
Mrs. A. Russell Norman presided the punch bowl. by the American Carl Wynn.
Pharmaceutical Association on the ultimate in sports/luxury cars
Miss Delia
over the business seer The honoree was presentedwith
sion during which plans for a Confederate rose corsage Drug Misrepresentation Fads though not mentioning any
and a sampler rug .from and Quackery. particular site requested the e'
committees, meetings horticulture !
Hostesses for the evening
board for
her hostess !WI a memento of an opportunity to
: tips and plant. exchanges -, he"occasfdh"" '"- -- will be Mrs. Charles-vHutth.: ... tote on. the matter.

were made. Thirty guests were Invited I son and Mrs. Elzle SandersA Sen. Johns told the board :..: ._.;... ..:.. .: .. .... J

Mrs. T. B. Harding assisted to attend between the hours I that It takes a big man -
I Classified. Ad tbe TELE- to change his mind when he *
Mrs. Raymond as hoi>te *. eight and ten o'clock. I In \
I ilt.U'II brings result. finds he has made a mistake '
." -- ,
He urged a referendum ---

on the matter and said .

"If I'd known you were going

to move it way out there T

never would have passed the

hill to give you the money.

I1TIFTOTHEPUBLIC The least you can on th<- ballot.

i Shaw who is county attorney -

I said he owned a

... .- .. -- "'M. building on Call Street and
I "it Irritated me" to see It

labeled vacant In the "illui- 1967 FORD LTD 2-Door lIardtop'J., . .. .. ..._.. ... ... __ u, .. ..

We are in the process of installing new central ) tiious" Bradford County out of chit world's quietest! luxury cars

:I office equipment In Starke. I II Ir II Telegraph.He was referring to a, ,.., ",.. ... -..- .. ..

front editorial In the "
I page M' .
......:....... ... .- .
I Sept. 22 Issue portraying .. ;\'
I number of vacant buildings
r THIS WILL NECESSITATE i on Call Street and pointingup V

MOST TELEPHONE NUMBERS the need for revitalising
CHANGING I ,the central business district.

IN STARKE Shaw said the problem on
Call Street was adequate

ABOUT APRIL 1 1967 parking, and: asked the Com- .

I mission to "give us some relief -

II I (iby moving the courthouse -

away] so you won't

Please take this possible change into consideration drive us Into oblivion.

when placing orders for printed ; voiced An by opposite Charles view DeVane.was 1967 Thunderbird Four-Duor Landau-one of three all-new Thunderbirds 1967 Fairlane 500 Hardtop-the car that get sportier and more pupulu, every year

I president of Eagle Stores.
stationary and other supplies.
I, Inc:of Lake City, who said 18 Fords: The strongest t, quietest t. best t two-door models, and. for the first time Better Ideas from Ford for '67 ;

I the Commission was "discouraging.majority'sdecision built Fords in history. Choose from luxu in history an elegant new four-door. ieleUShift Cruise-O-Matic transmission that .

rious new LTD'i, sporty XL's, stylish nhifts., automatically: and. .!t manually .
He said his company's plans auloYou.re ahead in
New Number AssignmentsWill were already complete for Galaxies, Customs and; wagons 13 Fairlanes: Big-car roominess' :' and matic door locking..Comfort-Stream Ventilation l a

Be Available About January 1, 1967 their"until new this store happened.on Call Street 3 !Mustangs! : Bred first..t to be first. can performance pick from in exciting a lean middleweight XL's and! G You'r's. refreshed that by a lets silent you flow close of windows air. adjustablu,) yet ba FORDMUSTAfttl

All-new hardtop, convertible and o1tconvertible", smart. sedans and wagons. Tilt-Away Steering Wheel automatic.
\ A petition with around 240sllnatW' back 2--2. Mustang it longer, wider speed control for foot-free turnpike cruising

I !s. favoring the Legion sportier than ever. And more than ever 10 Falcons: Low price and big econ .. ,a Magic Ooorgate wagon that swings .MLCON.MIRIAM .
INDEPENDENT I the board, was by Ronald presented Oriffls. designed ta be designed by you omy combined with new luxury. Some out for people any' { down for cargo. And for KJRO.TMUNOEReiKUTERWILLEGAR
people even call them short limousines. '67. Ford Motor Company Lifeguard-Devrgn'
and one with than 400
3 Thunderbirds: Unique, exciting) the Choose from classy Sports and! Club safely features are standard on all models
signers" favoring a central location -
TELEPHONE CORPORATIONOF I was filed by Judge ultimate in luxury. There are two new Coupe, sedans and wagons Ride Ford's new wave (or '671



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TlmRIIDAY! !IIFP'I': 99. 1944'"

nt tne New Congregational ing Service 8 p. m. Rev. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH -7:30: p. m."Worship hone Monday night September Public Invited
.. Crews Hits GOP Nominee 19 with, a small partjhonoring
I through Methodist May Church 8. Rev.May F. A.1 Lacy Con-way, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Conditioned with Comfort"us' In- AH M.1 Rep. \ their daughter. By Library .

OF GOD Morning[ Worship. 11 a. m. Carol on her first birthday.
I of Savannah
Packhnm Paitor.
Stephens L. ,
Evening Worship! 7:30: p. m. Breakfast Here Enjoying the occasion, with
each Democrat
: will bring the message 422 N. St. Clair St. Btarke. l At
XEWS night at 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting:, 7:30: p, m FIRST METHODIST Carol and her parents wel'eMl' We Invite you to come bv:
0 Wednesday. Rev. W. L and Mrs. Arnold Harper the library and see the Interesting -
Worship Services, 11 a. m.
IIEILBRONN BAPTISTSunday Newman pastor.NORTHSIDE School Scatting; criticism of GOP from Bradford and neighboring of Jacksonville. Mr. and :Mrs 4-H Club exhibit
YPE. Wednesday Sunday Church
I 7:30 -
: p. m.
I School 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting BAPTIST fl:45: a. m. Morning Worship candidate for Governor Cliiude I counties was sponsoredby Doss HiKsintootham. Mr. and that will continue througfr.
Morning Worship 11 a. m. 11 for Kirk's. "everything!' for noth the Bradford County Democratic Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and out the week.
L. 3 Snack
7:30 Rev. 1m. Supper
BAPTIST Friday. p. m.-
LONG BRIDGE Training Union 6:30: p. m. Williams!!, pastor. Located on Bayieon high MYT" 6 p. m. MYF meeting. ing" oompalgn program was Campaign Committeeof daughter andMr.- and Mrs. STORY HOUR
CIICRCH Evening Service 7:30.: Mid- way [SR 2231 at Raiford Road 0:30.: Evening Worship 7:30: voiced by Baker County Representative which H. P. 'Morgan and Dave Coverdale and son. "Fiery Dragons" and "Chl-

week Prayer Service 7:30: p. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN r rSR 161.) Services: Sunday Monday Commlstson on John. Crews I at a John A. Torode are co-chair- After opening' her gifts, refreshments vahxma Knight" will be the

Sunday School 10 a. m.: m. Wednesday.:! -Troy Johnson School, 10 a. m. Sundav: Education. 7 Official Democratic 'Breakfast here were served. theme for Story Hour at the
Morning Worship 11 a. m.. pastor. Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship 11 a, m Board meeting p In m.sanctuary Weclneiiloy morning.: I men.Crews said that Robert King Bridal Shower Rtarke Bradford County

Evening Worship 8 p. m.; MISSIONARY Morning Worship 11 a. m. Training-[ Union' 6:30: p. m.Evenlnl4' 8 Crews said that Kirk's High has a small town (Tennessee Mrs. John North Mrs Public Library Thursday
: p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday' Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Service. 7:30.: ( MidWeek Tuesday WSCS Execu- "white papers" served only to ) 'background and has Gene Johnson and Miss afternoon Sept. 29 3:30: to

8 p. m. Sing each Friday at BAPTIST CHURCH choir\ Practice Thursday 7:30: Prayer Service, Wednesday tive Committee meeting, in demonstrate further ,his abysmal the Interests of small counties Helen North entertained last 4:15.: Mrs. W. B. Scogglns
8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane P. m.KINGSLEY. 7:30. lack of knowledge on matters at heart. High is opposedto the home of
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday : -Rev. Olenn Law- Ladles Bible Classroom. 0:3(1: ( I Friday night at will be Storyteller. All children

pastor. services: Sunday School 10 a. hon, pastor.CALVARY a. m. WSCS business and of government.He disturbing' .the present distribution Mrs. Dave: Coverdale honor- age.i 6 to 9 are Invited.
I predicted chaos in State, formulas of tax monies recent bride. Mrs. Clara. You
m. Preaching 11 a. m. TrainIng program meeting 10 a. m. Ing are always welcome at
ST. EDWARD' CATHOLIC Union 6:15 p. m. EveninsWorship BAPTIST CHURCH; BAPTIST Wednesday Primary and government If Kirk should. be that favor small counties, Harris Croft with a lovely your library I
I I elected since he would ,be forced Crews said.
STARKE 7 p. m. Everyone Sunday School 10 a. m. I Sunday School 10.. n> Junior and Youth Choli bridal: shower.
Sunday MaM. 9'IS: a m welcome.Elder T. C. Wll- :Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m practice. 3:15.: Prayer Meeting to work with a Democratic The Baker County solon said Games were played and In ('..un'T Jn.lK. t'uurt. !.
Legislature and Democratic that Kirk was brought In by Mrs. Gene In And l For llrudford. <' iialr,
Tuesday--Novena and Benediction llama, pastor. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Training Union 8:30: p m 7 p. m.Thursday Cabinet and ". could Jacksonville nnonceersto prizes awarded to fr-lurliln
accomplish some ;
7 p. m. Inquiry Class. Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer Evening Service T:30.: Prayer Chancel Choir' Johnson and Mrs Dave In re: 1 stets. of Jules Suhilltir
1.l'ItJB.PTIS'I virtually nothingcon: organize an insurance com-
II Wednesday, 7:30.: Meeting Wednesday, 7:10: p rehearsal, 7:30.: erdale. d'.a..rI.
8p.m. Meeting '
structive for the state; I but .'
pany they soon got \11.1'11.: : 1'0 ( 'R1.II'rous
Sunday School. 9:0:;;) a m. After the honored guestopened
R. H. Butter pastor.
Thursday and Friday -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. m.Rev. Rep. Crews also remindedhis I rid of him." He said that Kirk All creditor of the. entitle oflute.
:Morning: Worship, 11 1\. m. MADISON STREET her many lovely and Etchlllttr, ,
Mass, 7:30: a. m. [9-30: a. m AIRPARK BAPTIST listener: that the Governor continued 'to be secretive about deceHHccl are
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH useful; gifts refreshment hereby notlflml, and required to
controls patronage to a his Interests In, South America I
for.8'ra.de.nd high school students hue any oiiilnis or demand
Meeting Wednesday served.
Prayer School. were
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 9::43.. m Sunday Sunday great extent, and that all appointments and his present financial whkin they may Jiav against
], 7:30:: p m-Rev. Luther McGee P:43: a. m. Morning Worship. Among the twenty guests ....
I :Morning:' $ Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. $ to I local 'boards status. l Id l estate in the office of the
SaturdayMass 9:39 m pastor.BROOKER. 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:15: present from outoftownwere ,county, judge of BradfordC"unly
: a. Evening Service 7:30: p. m ,
I Training Union 7:00 p. in. such as library] board, hospital Others speaking: in behalfof ,
i Florida In the
Miss : court-'
Mrs W. C. Croft
Prayer Prayer Meeting Wedne.sd/y./ p. m. WMU Prayer Circle board and the Democratic nominee : .
BAPTIST Evening Worship 8:00.: many others mud* Ht Sturk Florida I I wltU-
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Meeting Wednesday. 7:30: 7:30: p. m. Training Union, 7:15. Evening Worship 7:30. would undoubtedly come from included Gene Shaw Democratic Betty Croft and Mrs. Paul In nix calendar. months from
Sunday School 10 1m Wednesday and Croft of Whitehouse and Mrs lilt. date, nf the firm .
Prayer implication (
HIWAY CHAPEL p. m.Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom Friday. 7.:JO p. m. -Rev. E. L Republican ranks with "r t thin notice Each "''n I
:Morning Worship 11 a. m. Praise Service. 7:30: p. m. Rofer North of Jacksonville. nl
Weldon St. and Raiford pastor Oriffis. pastor. publican Governor.He I from Bradford, "r demand' must ho in writing'
6:30 m Church Choir 8:30. I CHURCH NEWS
Training Union : p.
practice :
'Clay and Union Counties; and moat stale the place ufrciHOvncp
Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. also reminded county
Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer : PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday AWlII1a1'lesmeet :Claude of I Maxvllle Baptist Church and punt office nditroMH -
11 ''Olfice"holdel.. thatIt Wingate Fernandlna
Morning Worship a. m.
:Meeting: Wednesday. 7:30.: at the church. 3:30: p.m. Democratic at of the claimant and muM
Theresaa] Homecoming services
Rvintajf Service 7:30: p. m. Sunday School IB a. m [Highway 100 at is much more likely they Beach 'area coordinator for I be sworn to bv the claimant.
Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:30: RA. OA, and Sunbeams e\ery I :Morning Worship 11 a. m Sunday School' 10 a. m., -Rev. Felder L. Rowan would draw Republican opposition -I die Demoarapc 'Jmunpt pbm/ ; the Maxvllle Baptist Church' bin: agent, or1111/ attorney or

pan Young People's :Me: ting. other Thursday afternoon. Pre-Servlces [Booster Sana.Young Morning Worship 11 11..1. pastor.HAMPTON. in ,the future if the GOPIs and Hal Y. :Malnes of Lake will be held Sunday Oct. 2. II will he"i.mB void according,
Rev. James Tenxale. pastor.DEDA.V People ard Pray' m. I Butler district! chairman! tor Following morning services to> In w.Soimmhor.
Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy successful in putting Its 25. 1968
Lightsey, pastor BAPTIST [Brooker] I. Service 6 p. m. Evening Training Union 7:00: p. IvnyyyyVYYyyyyyy11ny nominee in the Governor's the State Democratic Executive dinner will be served on the Peggy K.: Sheller'
Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek m. mansion. Committee. church rounds. Everyone is PEGGY E. sirAioRnAilmlnlmrntrlx
N1SW CONGREGATIONALMZThODIST Sunday School lo; a. m. I. I of the Kxtnta
invited attend.
Service. Wednesday. 7:30: pin Evening WO'rshlp.7:46: to
p. The breakfast, attended by ,of .Title Achilla' dece.niM.fl.
REVIVAL :Morning: Worship. 11 1m.. -Rev. D. L. Ramsey pas m. some 40 Democratic leaders 'TYY..T..YTYY Long Branch Baptist Church Firm publication on Septeuii-
;Revival services will be held Training Union. 7 p. m E\.en- tor. Wednesday Night Prayer By Mrs Mary William I Homecoming services will !,., ili'l!!, 1ifI6.!
I be held at the Long Branch THOMAS: A PIERCE
MAXVILLE 'Wr.!<> North Temple Avs
. Baptist Church Sunday Oct. Htarke. Florida
6..1 Speeders By Mr. A. C. Sladc 9. Rev. George W. Wilkinson 0/29 4t XOIN ( /:?9

An investment in Your Future i Brooklns The children gave a surprise of Orville famIly I Off By Judge Phoao 289.4491auuu..auauuua pastor conducting of the services.church Everyone will be fOIT1 JlUf.l-! Cf>l ......

1\ AMI Kon lltKOIIU
Invited:! to: attend.PERSONALS .
reunion for their parentslast
( ol vn. I.-I.OIIIIM..
? 111 L I : ;" Saturday The children I I Continued from Page Onel! Celebrate 83rd BirthdayMrs. in re! KHtut: ,lOr
111 11 ., .L l : attending were Mr. and Mrs. Belle Giddens celebrated Mr. and Mrs.: Harrington 1.M1 ICllHMll.. .II.'"-,.IMnd.|
in [Ci [t.tk l l allowing %OI'H. K
trespassing; : Eli Gibson, : iii' IMUIIItrK
4' I and family of Jacksonvillelecently
)\.1'/ ; i I, Rex l E. Brookins and family I unauthorized person her 83rd': birthday! TO) AIJj I-KHHON8:; INTISKI.KT'Kl : ;
'wt.t.. ilia aalr 1, Mt1f of Welborn Mr. and Mrs. E. Sunday here at the home' of purchased( the Robert :.II I IN:; Til W UST-WE!; Of
W. Hodges and family of to drive and carrying a concealed Kasson house on McLellan !S I Ill I'I ""I'P"-I'I": ) ::
her son-in-law and:! daughter : -
Vim err liec......l/y nntlfleil, lint)
1 Hampton Lake Mr. ando Mrs. weapon. Mr. and Mrs D. B. Orifils. Road and moved In last i urlttfii met,rument ,pnrporrlnii
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII II II illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll; Ray Brookins 'and. family of -Bound over to circuit week The Kasson family I t" I... tliH li.Kt/ will and tentamtinif .

Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Am- court Lao DeSue on charges Helping to make the occas- moved to California where .rt lil d..< silent' hoe 'been admitted -
of withholding support. ", ,l" i>.ii>lmtp In thin court
to make their
PAINT. Protects wood and metal"' mel Bennlsh of Gainesville ion a memorable one were they plan .
I Tried Daily Lee King on con ore hi'ii.hcommandi'il" "
and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gldd"ns home. ulthln Mix calendar.. months
Parmenter and family of charges of allowing an unauthorized and family of Lakeland. Mr. Stanley Higginbotham of tram, tint title of tht first pnb-
GOD'S WORD Protects the soulAs Jacksonville. I person: to drive and I Ilintlon i>f this notice to "ppear -
e e : found her Innocent. end Mrs. Ellis Oiddens and St. Petersburg spent tl'e In thin court and,' HhowiauH.1
PERSONALS driving licenses family of Jacksonville James weekend here with his grandparents If any you can. why thi
paint protects wood and metal from decay, rust, and corrosion, so the I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Manning -Suspended the Varney of Mayport Mr. and I Mr and Mrs Doss action, r.f this i ourt In admli-
of a number of juveniles ting sold will tn prubuteshould '
promises found in God's word protect the soul from the evils of sin, anxiety and attended church and for 30 days upon conviction Mrs. James Coleman and HUginbotham.Mr. not stand unrevokdTHKRtl.V .
visited ReIt.. T. Howe and family. Miss Sharon Oriffis. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas I ,\. YAWN
despair. Hear God's wonderful promises proclaimed from the pulpit in the In Gainesville of violations of delving .
family on Sun- restrictions and let off Mr. and'' Mrs. Hollis Jeffers, and daughter spent the < ''iintJuOtfc I flit' Hmiifurd County.

church of your choice this Sunday. These promises BO heard will accomplish day.Mr.. with a warning three youngsters I and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grlf- weekend ramping/ at St. .\uz- 1.1t""o.>, Ik .'hr-
and Mrs. Ray Brookinsand Us. the Bald- '"I'I'; Ave.Mlurke .
wonderful things in your soul and heart, for God says of His Word, "It shall family are moving' to who have been dl'lvln'1imotor | One Year Old ustlne win and Indians attended Vs D and B "'1.. mete\

not return unto me void but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall Hampton this week to the scooters without a II- i Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson : there Saturday night. I Fli-wt Z, 5. 11.8r.pu. bib atl'
former Robert Cox home. cense. Ih\.1\ ,
entertained ,'
I' I''
prosper! in the thing -whereto I sent it. Isaiah 55:11.: :. I Ray has been stationed at Bu- -

ford S. C. His wife!, and I.
wafr, .,.Mpby ily will remain here fBm-1
", ...

% a :f" j I Ir will Visitors further be leaving to orders.Mr.for Okanawafor and Mrs.!I AMERICAN MOTORS ANNOUNCES:

1 1R Roy Williams home last week

i was Mrs. William's mother j
Mrs. John Jenkins of Monti-

cello and her son and daugh-

1 ter-In-law Mr. and Mrs.:

.. Wayne Klnnsey of West H61-

4 Jywood'.

IfI ''Ii, &\\ T7ltof.i.,4i Vivian Saxon of Pompano

,:,, ; .;: 9i ,- .- Beach was vlsltlnt relatives

__ ::i r! 'D rn.: neek.rind friends In Hampton last

Johnny Davis. entered the
I '
Qfl Veteran's Hospital' in Lake

c'5 ,: ". ;ti,l i UK Ouinh. h God'f. appoint ......, ,tn 'llihxU ,1AX City last week for treatment.

,i t ''''' .< l lor tprwdinf Hit ....Ildg. of Nti .bra 4, ''I Mr. and Mrs. Copeland of

tai'I' he man mid of Wl 4m 4.Iw mania/ ntponrf l; Valdosta, Ga. visited Mr. and
r ,tl y' ) It Hut, Ion by brio.* .Wt otIgh.... Without, "" I Mrs. Lynn Hall last week 5-YEAR OR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY ON ENGINE AND DRIVE TRAIN

t4, tlm groundini hi Hw Ion of Cod IM |ov.m.nnnl Qs and while here they all
p' 4 wentto
1 'I ....,, ,
.r.,, ', Meta .an.OfA .t ?0'OAMIM.tten.' ''' 4t "IM Mu q nVtu.m
: k. v' ; to or ucioly of ea, ol If. wod.(..( Miami for several days to 1SAL MI'.U.Au n :eta5I M.- Ito ,a. -. _, : i.h, Itn
: : :, ; .
'Ii. pawn mi ttio 'froKtomi. Mtk *. koU. w 'Q visit Mr. and Mrs. Darrell P%:Mr JIL MID S '' }"N'. Jr MII. M .. .A .. a > ;: AEArEvt.T .
> Se > 'oOC JC t' 7airgAVU.A'IOa
L 1 dear .m I...,...., oriioj."' T.&,..., ..... J Barkhart and family. ':. 7.000..Mltr.AHD All4Maee.N'. ... .nA.c"' ."';.fA ,,::;; 7' :: ., u.,. >eIM
> .10 'U "
ACCpenoecf Ap.trAE: 0"
d'r., r. fram...MlflUl, point. of,loW>,OM llwuW. luo0tIho """ I Mr. and Mrs J. B. Crawford -
,,, t p Onrth" .fit Iht .... ol Kit a.lf.r.// .... (" a I of Jacksonville, were

Itlf 11I4 Ms, fmMlp. ..,.... $...'a f. ........ J : i I Sunday vilstors to Mr. and

J ''trY pawn AouU' oidoU.. sid i""d"l "oto 'taKM "". > Mrs. A. P. Johns.

'" Oiwtk"" hwar.. II Mi Mio hush otwul ii.If", \ : I Mr. and Mrs. George Pierceof

1 ...an', Ho, oVuk aid. dace", Iho hulk which$ '11 Starke spent the last two

y: ohiw. .JI lot ... .dot ,to .kn. o gd",! / ;.' weeks at the Pierce chicken
farm during' the absence of
\'I'Ii"t their parents.
: ;
SUISU "n,1 I Miss Jessie Mae Brannenof

.. 1.,. Bnrtow was visiting Mrs.T. \ .
.__ ..;J '
F. Brown and was Sunday ; *4 : "
II ,
guest of Mr. and Mrs Raleigh, ,

1 These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors t I tcrson Brown Mr.! and spent on Bedford Mrs a. !couple M. Lake.L.of Wat-daysat 2-YEAR OR 24,000-MILE WARRANTY ON THE ENTIRE AUTOMOBILE

STARKE BUILDERS UNDERWOOD Lawson Meat Market Cedar Keys last week and
was the Sunday Ruest of Mr.

SUPPLIES Inc. and Mrs. F. L. Watterson on
Restaurant & Motel 1 AND COLD STORAGE I, Bayless Highway.
Featuring Ac Hardware
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morris
Complete Paint Supplies SMTII| | | Rate<< To Commercial> People \V. Specially hi Outttom. Mlaufhter- and daughter visitingMr.
and Sporting Goods"CIHCCK New Free TV-Air Conditioned I' L Cutting Si Wrapping- I
!: \\ITII US FIRST" : and Mrs. John Parker on

219 Washington St. 961-4201 North Tt.'B8sn 301: SHOWEIltt Ph. 964-7084 Prepared For Deep Freeze ...1 Saturday.Mr.. and. Mrs. R. H. Parker Quality built in-so the value stays in. No cars in the world offer a more compl'ehcnsh-cwa11'ant'.:

Bradford Abstract Co. PHONE 9641281Rosier ; I I, were James' visiting Baker In Mr.Orlando and Mrs.last Anlel'ican'lotol'5'19671Var1'antyof:\ l ( ;o years: : or 50,000 miles: on the( engine and drive tl'allliaa i

Monument Co. assurance:: :: of quality
veek and Mrs. Parker remained great ne vadditiontoour2-yearor21,0011-mile'at'ranty.'I'heyare: you

Ph.158 964-6881 W. CALL- STREET Starke, Fla. A :Monument. For Kvery Need ..' "' \ Mr! and for Mrs.a few Gene days.Brown 'our assurance that the value will stay in your BIG' American Motors car-while you drive

MAIUILE.:\lll'WIOll'ums C.R.XNITKAlso oI'\t OF' STARKE INC. I and family and Mr. and Mrs. it, when you trade: it. They cover every 10(57( Ambassador! Marlin 1 Rebel, and Rambler
L. A.

Edwards Grocery & 411 W. :MiuUtan Htarka U.S. 301 NORTH I guests of Wiggins:Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday Oeoree American.The addition of this new 5-year or !50,000-mile) \ warranty marks the beginning:

Mkt. Ph. 909-4361; Home 7S'J-3663 Williams.Rev.. OrvIlle. was the guest of the 1967 American :Motors.)(; -theYal'\\\'l been planning for and pointing toward,
Ph. 969-3801 Starke, Fla.{
Groceries-1Vleatg-Feeds speaker at the Baptist Church the year we bring: you cars full of today's spirit and enthusiasm: bursting with tOllay'sideas.

Ph. 964-2182 Gas & Oil,Stark. Fla. DeWITT FUNERAL C.HOMES JONES Charley E. Johns I+I, Sunday pastor. in the absece of the The ]9(57( cars from the 19i57; An1C'l'icanlot01'8..J:\ :' wait till you. see them. October G.

and Mrs.
Calvin Richard -

lRoy TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2600 Agency and daughter' Mr. and

t CALL ROY SERVICE FOR PROMPT Keystone Heights 1S1 S.GENERAL Walnut INSURANCE Ph. 4-020t II il 'of Mrs.Joel Starke.Emery Smith and Prevatt and Mr. family and and Mrs.sons'of THE 1961 AMERICAN MOTORSSEE

Ph. 473-3176 I Jacksonville and Mr. and!
920. Thomas St. Starke Nobody But Nobody TJ der' llCharley !f Mrs.' H. W. Priester of StarkepentSunday MGTGKS/RAMEIER DEALER'
Phone 9618DS1BRADFORD 1 'I at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Adklm.'I .
Sinclair Refining Co. ''I The (occasion was the birthday -
MOTEL Shell Service
\\'. l*. Thomas, IXitrlbutor I of Mrs. Adkina. Auto Sales
America' Most Hoapitnbla Motela Furl Oil and r.r__ I
Air Conditioned Free TV 603 S. \VuInut. !Stnrke IIwy. 301 & 100 Ph. !964-6111 A Cla "UINJ Ad In tbe TT.LF.-:

and Coffee Ph. fila; .IJfJ1 qRq4 btlltp '''\1111& t. 528 S. Walnut St.
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OR.-41..0H)) COUNTY TPILE1f. +R'Pll. HTARKff, nORIO" PJ\4'E) NY''"
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I I *w+1r.+eet r ar wf4 "I i M I al' uwl. ho also

,{ornadoes Unleash Air Attack I bujke lot-ae for a 73-yard

,, -
SP012TSI t r- a r tnn lulr/ wn romp. He threw
x tx ? ,
N ""II i fxi ASC.S and completed

f ii I ,ikp Butlers game with HIv. :,
i Santa Fe ----- --
Routing ..
n 420By c--: 1ItA !hell I v Douglas galloped

!K7 ,varrls and crossed into

Jim Temple McLeod, a 16 yard TD run by 200 pound Mac Crawford was I I possibly; All State aid/ u Hi. ,pKimksed land three times
siistunt coach 'Mike. Sexton .ad the Tigers to a 33-10
Starke's' tremendous Torna-. fullback Randy Joyner, and unable to move the ,twill a- ,ton--
\ Reese kicks extra points ,
TD plunges of 1 yard ,by Se- against the stiff Tornado line I
es put 33 points on the nior also, and went four for six it
quarterback Harry Hat- but never trying. He
gave up
orebourd in the Brat half last this department last Frlda
and then cher and halfback Paul Mc should ,be an outstanding, l I' < m\ri .11 itr.Kintiir.:: ,
riday night experienced : With SLarke's
Leod. A safety 'was added in er before ,the year is over. running I INM> Rout lilt VI>FOI" ")
for two stanzas as they the second to game, however. Reese seldom L'0I < III \T' FI.OIIIII t.I .
oroughly trounced a surpris- WI \'I'I14'I'U' has a chance to prove his 1"111. ) is-t.un I : of
scoring and make It 42-0. 'IIIIS IF .
gly 'weak Santa Fe High worth. Last Stnrki. II.il ,,ill <"l''''f'nMI l loini '
week. .
First D"\\ ni > 7 .
\ : 1'0 eUI'rolli:
Wayne McLeod
hool team 42-0 at Rebel dispelled any YimlH Rushing jr. 18 l threw only three and .
fears passes X n t .I I IIN t "f Ih* PMtlltw'\ "r1II".dl .. .
ieJd. about Starke's passing ,,,'dM I'mmln 113 40 '
Reese them ,
caught two of "In 't-iH?d. are
Rebel Coach Charlie Roberts game as he unleashed a dev 1'asHCH in 1 1 .n. ,"tin ..1( anil, r.1"I..|. .'.. to
I'imHHH" Intercept Bj ttFunihlcn ,
astating aerial bombardment n lahns" or I"\nll.: ,
!lied the game a "night- Lout 2 3 ..
that Legion HandlingAll I 1 rli \ may hnvi ,fitrulnnti
kept the Rebel defenders HO* "('on.]
re. It with a badp I .. .
I i 1 ii''" in th" on i. .r the .
from center on ,the fourth ,unnerved and provided the 1 BUS I ii I 7., a 43 1 Circus Ads Ml "IKIof' Jltlf'Tll, ,, I'OIIII-'
/Santa Fe II 0 0 0
large Starke ,
of the and defen- following with I '1",0. In tlii ""I.th"UA"I
y game .
many thrills. Charles Schaefer com- -I' ..ik'1 Florlil.i./ within elxhr
end Brown
e Larry making month it'uu lh date -
1 <
tackle at the Rebel 23 Coach Tony Griffith was quickto Jackets Seek mander of American Legion I 11.. nr.t puljli.. ,''iitlon. of thin
rd line as pW'J.terVe. tmore- praise his chargers for their Post 56, states that all adver- u I'fich: maim .ur lHinan'
itl attempted to run the ball. stellar line play. The rugged tising in connection with thi Mac C'raufnrd, liurd-liitting Rebel fullback flniU (the going nt, te In writing and must
I '" il t tlit plnCH 01 r I"IIN' and .. .
[On the first Tornado Tornado defense harrassed the forthcoming King Bros. Clr- ....'.. .
play First \Win '1 tough! through star. .h'ft'lJ..h'e unit: I.eiiton Morgan (foreground P"H'' "ffli'" .101..8 of tht* < lalniint -
.m scrimmage, Joey Reese Rebel offensive effort through. Starke'ft. cub date here should be I' Brown < and Jim iod\\ln mil niiiMt 1 lit svvorn" to by
Randy Joyiier ((32) breaks loose for good yurdage ), Larry I3)) ((73)) -Photon by ,
out 'the game as they begrudgingly : handled through the post. UI" ilalnmnt hlx> agent or his"tt.rnxy
some fancy maneuveringget before being brought down by Sunttt "'e'" .I..tmnr..I'n,1.. Candy Wood burn. or It will h,>i ""mvolii
behind the Rebel deer yielded only 36 yards i Businessmen ho are contacted I .
'ur'''''ill nit to InwScpfmhir
where he hauled in rushing and 40 yards throughthe Here Friday ((11)) for advertising by 27th ll'88 t

,yne :Me Leod's aerial air. Time and time again I. anyone other than a memberof I W. McLeod Gets Co-Back Honors SARMI' OAUVinKxf.Min .
: scampered, unmolested Lathe the forced Rebel mistakes I the post are asked to notify I : 'Ix of Ihp Kntateit
II'' Joey Reese Top LinesmanTwo I ll>.f> llnlxnll> 11// end zone for ,the State which gave Starke'fe red-hot I'i Bradford High's Tornadoes Schaefer or the Starke Starke's ace. quarterback ,on the varsity, and he's been. THOM 1 \ot! &<< pinni'R"
"A" Champion's first offensive unit: the ball in excellent -,i will host the St. Augustine police department. I Wayne McLeod l, shared honors out of, football :wince playing 2'O') .r> Sort Tumtfl, ll' AVIStnrkf. -,
tetiehdown) of the night. Reese field position. |Yellow Jacket: here Friday long ,touchdown pauses that Starke wasn't to be denied -I with Lake Butler's Mike Doug :on the 9th grade team three I t< FloililaKlrHt ,
Ljtaier oaughlt another TD passrom Mike Sexton;; offensive line I night at 8 p.m. It will be the I II snagged 'toy Joey Reese. In the and. with Reese catchingand I This Is NATIONAL 4-H las, oa the Gainesville Sun's ';years ago. her 21). linn puhllcutloii on "S.pt.m- .

!McLeod and bootda four coach was pleaded with the third outing for the State Santa Fe game. tost Friday McLeod ,throwing and run CLUB WEEK 4Jand 4-H selection for "co-back of the I "He is progressing! very It '2l! 41 Hi-id)
\'extra points to load the Starke dowrvfield blocking of the fore- Class "A" Champions who earned him the Gainuavllle !ning it was' Hi/most/ over before type rural youth organizations week" honors after their respective well '' assistant coach I -
> 101 wall. I'have amassed an' imposing 68 Sun's lineman of the week it tttarted. 'I lost I i says
.Jq b's scoring effort with i Wayne McLeod's 78 yard now encircle the globe, games Friday.In Mike\ Sexton "and Is going
In their first two
ponts.L'Ooadh. run featured some excellent points. gam- award. Reese was a regular starter In more than 75 countries the gume with Santa Fe, to bigger and better 0"1 TilE RIGHT POINT for the ..
; David Hurse had high ctownneld 'blocking enablingthe ,M.I The 6-2, 175 pound BHS I Inlet year, though missing around the world If you are(i McLeod threw two ,touchdown 1 The 6-2. 170 play4xtonly way you write. Come la and
pounler i
poeJ: ae for the Senior wingman. rangy quarterback to reach I The Yellow Jackets are 0 senior put Starke on the scoreboard three games 'because of en inJury between the ages of 9 and 19, |ipt1.'l8CB and rambled 73 yardsfor the first half last Friday, i ncl.M-t your favorite ESTER- -
Joey did an outstandiiiuj Job pay-dirt. I and 2 for the season. They early In the first quarter I 4-H may be your world of another In leading Starke : nROOK fountain pen. TELEGRAPH -
butt his was ??
[offensively as well as his usual J. I dropped their to Cocoa when he caught a 25-yard Ito I' presence very
Roy Chasteen broke loosein opener I We're looking for him to opportunity Contact your a 43-0 victory. much in evidence. His two I .
[tough defensive effort," Hurse the fourth period for 68 Beach 23-O and were defeatedby peas McLeod.from quarterback Wayne ,make All Conference, and County Extension Agents for 1 This is McLeod's first year touchdown passes were for 25

1MId. :yards only to have the TD a strong Lake City team I details on how YOU can Join. -
("There was htue doubt from called back because of a clip last week 200. Reese's other score-the filial --

that moment on as! to the final ping penalty. Sophomore quarterback The Jackets had only 74 one of the first half-
[outcome the contest The Billy Belote added I was a 61-yarder, again from
of yards In total offensive yardage McLeod. In the Starke Area
?pirited. Tornado team method1 some razzle-dazzle antics run- against Lake City, but It ,
was evident from the first
,1 really unveiled a versatile. ning In the closing minutes of I their offense did hold several ,

(round'' attack featuring a 78 the game. times in the first half, and
I :yard touchdown run by Wayne Santa Fe's heralded fullback I Lake City was held scoreless In the first two quarters.
I'' Chuck Reedy, Jacket halfback .
be In
has carried the burden 1967's going to an year '
offensively for his team. While
I IMs''I team has had SI offensive

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY I plays in, ,the ,two contests, Buick dealers
to date he has curried the ball at your Quality 1

a total of 41 times. Hope of
breaking the Tornado
ANTIQUES I FLOOR COVERING PET SHOP defense will rest in his effort.
I Coach Hurse has had his ,a4'F I
ANTIQUES Looking for THE untested chargers polishing up GjREEN, BUICK I CO. 132.134 N. Court St., Starke .

Kongo Pet ShopFurnitureChinaGlass on their game strategy during
Bought-Sold-Appraised better earpettt.. the 'week and although he is .
Poodle. Malta! U- .
**- I
visit !looking' for a new defense to .
Oliver-Brass-Oil Painting be. employed by St. Augustine,
:::..2a Sweaters Collars Tags, he feels confident about another .

One Piece or a Ilmwe Full 324 HOGAH, .j..ft,...11 Pet Supplies Tornado victory. "Our.
Bird.FlshHaluater.Sun. .. boys will ,take great pride in
Ina Ward Antiques Dally> OL 10- P.M. i perfecting their game taatlcs I
3872 Bt. Johns Ave Closed Tuesday and I am sure they will be.
8939 Herlong Rd. Normandy able to carry out. their assignments 4
Jacksonville 387-1379 For Beat In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- Section against Call Collect; W. Jacksonville 781.2800 Hume 881 1.
w;; <

i Auto Sales & Service PIANOSORGANSWESTSIDE I rlr. tt .
J Jcf

:t The Strongest and Smallest Hammond. Organs ..

j Volkswagen, Inc. Hearing Aid in the World" Magnavox Organs"You
j Only Co Hearing Aid Made Get A Good Deal AtI' -
2'J'Weat I

: Sale Parts Jacksonville 353-1483: F. O. MILLER I ill; .. (l By JIM TKMPLK: : a' .
ar.o(9CJ( N Imo'
I', Service Body Bliop ::.:'::::: | It -may not have ben obvious. 1 ::.- ,:. 1 ;Ic; .
1 .,.. .....!Urn rs..*. """
to those '
in the
Open 8 aJIl.-8 p.m. HOBBY SHOP stands last Friday .
:, 5 ".m. Sat.-..Closed Sunday Jacksonville night' but. middle defensive -
11SO LANK A"E. SOUTU guard Andy ;Mayton was
Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 FIELDS SEWING MACHINES probably the reason behind 27'
I', several bad snaps by the Rebel
Parrish Motora HOBBY SHOP, Inc. U'ILot..K! Alii. 4.A u.t.A'O i center. Andy's aggressive play l
Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet I should keep ,things popping tv
" A Complete Line of Sold New over $300 |din the middle of the line. :\

SALES j Boat & Airplane Builder SupBal.. $72 or $5.00 Per Mann I y f

SERVICE: 1LLV ollea--SpeclallzlriB In RaIdeal Sewing Center Although Biscuits Shannondid

PARTS dlo Controlled Models not core last week, he
and Equipment made several nice runs including .
32 Year Aa A Dealer. New and Used MacilnelAlways
Open Evenings till 8 P-M- one .that fell just short of .
Good Used Car 848 Casaat Ave. the goal line ICKH
by than one
' | $21 Laura St. Jacksonville! 602 So Edgewood I Jack..onville 3 !J.1I011 I yard. He did a tine Job of :

, Phono 1I =: JacKionvllle 388-8682 TRACK SERVICE I blocking throughout the con.
Automatic Transmission I test. ..
AutomaticMOTORCYCLES Randy Joyner may not be L .
SERVICE the biggest ((4n size) fullback

Transmissions & HONDAMOTORCYCLES !! Portable Track Press Service In 'the area, but he will be one i
of the '
biggest ground gainers
Motor Exchange ,!I t'sed Welding: Crawlers 'Starke has ever had. Randy \

, Bid DADDY WALT I ALL :MODELS i "We'll Keep 'em Rolling"! has good moves and hits the 1 ; L
,line with
" quickness that will
Remanufactured Transmls- Merchants Green Stamps 7287 W. Beaver --I
j I spring him open before the
, lions Motors Open 8 A.M. to 7 PAL\ Jacksonville 388.4621 I defense has a chance to react \
By Quality Craftsman
" Monday-Friday FISH" Last 'week he averaged 9
Z097 W. Beaver Si. 8 AJvI. to 6 PM.TROPICAl. yards per carry. Good, huh? I .
Jacksonville 333-4771:;:; Saturday and Wednesday He .' ,
MERMAIDAQUARIUMS carried CLOSED SUNDAY for a total of 81 yards against
Santa Fe. ..
I ..
4949 Blandlni Blvd. Complete Aquarium Suppliet
Cribbs Campers Jacksonville 771-8244 Imported Fish All Specie* The Tornadoes are drlnking/
CALL OR COME BY COAT JUICE! At least ,that's I
Del-Rey Cta.p rs Mon.-Sat 10 a.m. to 8 pat what THEY call It. Its something I' .

Skamper Convertibles MUSIC Sunday 2 to 6 pm. new that helps guard ..
We Order Any Fish AvaOsbl against body fatigue. Whatever ..

Shasta Traitor 943 S. Edgewood/ Arc. they call lit, it seems to
naaB&D.k 1"lD1II"1D& Paulus Mus1C CO. Jacksonville 388-94O4 work.
6408 San Juan Ave. r I -

Jacksonville 388-9343 I. Band 4 String Instruments WESTERN STORE If you look clone on game

Gibson Guitars A Amplifiers night you 'will see stars acixxwthe BUICKYour
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg I I School Suppllee-Inatrucuan LITTLE DUDE helmets of many Tornado w

ChainSaw Roberts Recorders Western Store grlddera. These are coveted r-

Music Llb iry-Expert 1 awards by the coaching staff
"Where You'llI rind Everything I .
Sales Repair Department Ifor excellence during the prejvlous
For the Hone .
I I week's game. A playercan
HOMBLITK: 41 W, Monroe St. 1 Enth\ !ast" earn them by tackling the

Mon.y Makin' Chain Saws Jack onvllle 355-8447 Western ClothingLeather. I QB behind the line of IKrlm.I : '
SALES A: SERVICE 8310 Beach Blvd. roods. Saddles and Trailers wr
I mage; recovering a fumble;
Part and Repairs All Makes' Jacksonville 398-3091 Charles & Sharon Petty ,causing a fumble; interceptinga i
[Toro Yazoo Power Mowers Ed wood A .
902 So. e ** pass; blocking a kick; a run '
Rt. 21 MlddleburK 283- 060 I .r".Irnyl1le 3114.1211I 'of 25: yards or longer a real
MUSIC-Instruments I good block; or an extra effort i ..
3LECTRIC MOTORS I WELL DRILLING on any play. Joey. Reese has ..
---- MARVIN KAY'SMusic I the most stars at the present Your Quality Buick dealer a 'Nowr |ike noe& efs .

Peavy Brothers I Center I PARTRIDGE He received has FIVE..three last Eddie week.,Stanch engines to brakes tor the pew GM saf feature ftnd: nothjngs now-er- than the r.

Electric Co.LECTRIC j Well Drilling Co. Buick look. You could spend a lot of time-Jus* foqklng. But Wait till you get your hands

MOTORS Fender King, Gretdoh Hatten. '&and Vox Selmer Guitars ROCK Complete A ARTESIAN Electric WarrmoldServicedRepalred WELLT I I preiw-t:totter at. Augustine this will ort the keys to one of these '67 BuicksYo: iltHin|< fi<|y're going to be easy to give up>.
fare no offensively
Band Instruments System week than our two opponentsthus Come to think of it, why should you giveJhemupFbur out of fjvp new-scar buyers payBuicksizedrprices. -

Generators Alterations-fi tarter Ludwig Sllngerland.Drum Roger FHA IRRIGATION FINANCING Reese, far.Tomltnoon Reason: Godwin Brown,, Make sure- you get the? B/Uick/3n/
Armature Rewinding RenUh A Repair on ALL 6800 Hyde Grove A... Mayton Belote, Joyner, Morgan

4044 Lenox Ave. 400 MAIN 8Y. Jacksonville Goat Chilean, Paul Mc ..
Jacksonville 387-2928: Jacksonville 333-0039 CaD Collect "8-JUS Leod and Sanderson have no. .

intention of letting. it happen. 1_ I .

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NOTICE puMuant Foreclosure' '!WOTICB I.tu.i. hereby a entered' Flnnl OP BALE.Decreeof l\In'"'n, fan,lull, 150 4-H Club Boys And (Girls; .. t. -;- ".1 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED many for the other telegrams.during thoughtful their food.bere-and expressions 4-H Two members and a quarter Invite you million to

S o. lS- 7ft In the Circuit (Court' CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYRECREATION avement. Special thanks to Join 4-H during NATIONAL4H
of Jlrartforil County, Florida m" .t and Halle &
ptomber 27. 1ftO. t will .."I!' Join In National Observance Rev. Killings CLUB WEEK. Whether
(.>. property sltuuli'cl. In Hind. Chestnut Funeral Home. 30U come from the City or::
ford County "101'1' <'... d lt'x> i'lln <: -- ._,., 4' 5 Wife. Leola Wilson and: Country. It makes no difference
NEWS Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson
a.: family. I 4-H Is for all
We.' half (\Win of Lot l FIMS si' Ii Flog football began Mon- pastor, will hold services I, -because
( ) and nil Lot Six I 11,1.:, i day with a fine turnout of Sunday with Sun-lav School wheiever they live. Ii'I
1 Do\vllnn' SunillvlHlnii.' npitr I you're between 9 and 19.you'll .
plot. tlit-renf. "looiiifii" ii boys. Fundamentals' were the pt 10 a. m with Mrs. F. B !,
Tint Jt<,iok 2. Page. 1 M. ,I'uMI.record main topics. Intermural Delestre: In ohm-Re. Morning Planning find 4-H projects especially -
.* of Uru ford, ,'",mnKJ 1 I 1' will begin for YOU.
I games Monday
prvlce will b! he'd at 11. All

at public 1'114U.S ale to to the highest Oct. 3. All boys who have not member and friends are In- Project To Be

and bent bidder for in..h, .at I.indoor registered may do so at the tiled to take: part in Love
of the off lie of tlu <'I. ,u Recreation Center from 4:30to : Feast service. Communion Discussed
of the "lr<'ult foint I ii" t 11Rradford 1 STARKEBUSINESS
<'''"nly Ciurtltstito, Ititarke 6:30.: Recreational activities services will be held at 6 p.
._ ._
(' Florlila< .Ht the h..II.. I' will be held at the Reno m Directorof
.* Rlcharl! L. Sterba.
i;:on( n. in tin :\I..nd.o'. n 0 i I..t.i i recreation playground on Choir rehearsal 1 1held the Department: of Urban

H.Dated 198ft.this 2H day of H. in" i" .. CALCLU3S Monday and Tuesday. There each first and third Tuesday Development Counseling

ber A. D 190(1gEAU (. will be no activities at the 2igilt at the church. All erv1ces of the University of
( ) NATICNAL4P4CUWUkSEPT24 center on these two days members are asked to pleishe DIRECTORY
CIIAKLKS A. nA IUIY. <-lih" Florida will meet- with representatives -
TIZU CCIIC unless It Is
raining. present. Junior church
of the Circuit Court of all areas of
fly Virginia F I)nrlPeputy ->. Any adult who would like mept'nT' Is; he'-' each Monday Bradford County 11a mf>et-I AUTO REPAIRS

JKXKINS Clerk JR to coach one of the Flair! Pt, 5 p m. nt the rhnrrh A''! Ire> tonight [Thursdayl! at

JOE 224 Southwent C 2nd A' ,ninOalne ,,, football teams Is asked to member are aiked to plra'e Holiday Inn. Earlarage
..hS.' contact Mr. Jackson at the I
1 >vlllc F' attend the meetings and pay This!! is a new departmentof
for Plaintiff C recreation center. ALL KINDS OF
the dues.
.5. weekly which haq
the University
n' to '
Rev. T... A. Sampson was been created! bY funds made
Plaatlc Notebook $2.50 at the The Carnation Social Club hr-st to the fourth and last available' through a Federal Work Guaranteed

TELEGRAPH. i Th will sponsor a Record Hopon ouarterlv conference on Sun- grant to the University. The Phone 969-2964

I _. .A October 7 at 8 p. m. Place dnv.'! Sept. 25. There was a oepartment Is staffed with So. Walnut. Starhe

Pktnml with 4-II Club display now on exhibit at Stnrke Standing under the huge Holiday Inn sign proclaiming I Jenkins Ten Town Recreation complete( report for the quar !persons who are specialists in AUTO SERVICE

library are! (from left) Karen GHsy :Madonna Meng/ Librarian / National 4Htek are: Phyllis :Meng I Center. 1322 a.-ov ter.: the fiefcfs! of community development -

12 \Wides. I :Mitrthu :Mln, Jane Crosby, SU.'ltR.utr)', and Linda Col. Karen (lHHy. Sandra Muggins and Ktnory Previrtt, I Idelcgate.i to Street.attend.Teenagers Refreshments! are invited will Mt Plsmh! AME Church and planning.The Gilbert S. Brown

lO.n. I / to the recent State 4.11 Congreni.laation I Sunday School at 10 with Bradford County community
on sale. A prize will be Mrs. Anna Wright in charge. has been offered the StandarJ OH service! Station

Custom Made 4-H Club members from posters. signs and a 4-H ex-' given for the best dancing Morning service at 11 evening opportunity or research- defining ATLAS

For Florida Living all parts of the County are i h'blt'! In the Starke public in the World. I Two and a quarter million I f couple anl a door prize will servire' at 7 p. m. I : problems and developing TIRES & BATTERIES
Anyone Interested in learning be: given also.- Mrs. Wille-
meeting this week to encourage brary.At 11-1 4-H members Invite 'you to This will be the last service I plant through the services Budget Terms-Road Service
Get More\ about 4-H should : hemena
more Brooks reporter
before conference In Quincy,
in their offered by the University. Phone 964-7071
YOU new membership present. there ar! call the County Extension. Join them during NATIONAL4H I Mrs. Alma.
Jenkins presi-
For Your $ $ i! clubs and to publicizetheorganization. 4-H Clubs In Brooker. Hampton.] Offices at 964-6761 or 964- CLUB WEEK. 4-H memberships dent. October 4. This would be a pro- 407 N. Temple Starkn

t : Lawtey and Starke with :a total is for all young KINDERGARTEN:. Youth Day was observedlast ; cram! of assistance. Any
No Salaried or Commissioned 2865. Sunday at 3 p. m. The plans that are adopted" wouH HURST'SS
i In addition to the membership of 150 active pIe 9 to 19, but there Is pea-I A Kindergarten will

EmployeesDAD the senior members! members Each club has at Pre-Trial Date f age limit for becoming) a October 3 In Lincoln Cltv pen a t !speaker Houston of was Lnwtev.Miss Leola be implemented only by local

have attempted to inform I least two adult leaders who leader. Support these youthof I citizen action.
& BRAD LARSEN 510. Mrs LIllie Mae RIteymanager. Service
CARD OF THNKSThe !I I The program:! would provide" StationGas
the public about 4-H and to supervise the activities of the !For Conference your community today -' .
Hours will be from
LIKE TO WORK family of the late .
members and In Tong range planning; through Out Lubrlcf lion
: recruit new club and council members. call or wille your County Extension 8:30: to 2:30: dally '
: leaders ila In Timber Suits I .Tohn Wilson of Starke wishes professional: assistance with! Goodyear Tire A batteries
!! through; daily ra their project activities Office and offer ;your
YOU Benefit! CHURCH NEWS to ; their sincere. local I
express out
piograms newspiper: articles.. throughout the year. help. j financing. ROAD SERVICE
A pre-trial conference In I I L0atet. Allen Chapel AME thanks to the many friends 301 and 100 Starke
The minimum qualification "
I the timber suits against Tax
AU Sizes on Display NORSWORTHY NAMED: for 4.H'ers are for them to Collector J. R. Kelly was requested ---- -

8-10-12 Wldes CHAIRMAN: OF BOARD. I be 10 to 19 years of age and by County Attorney

1 '/, Baths I The Governor's Advisory successfully complete a pro- Gene Shaw for October 3. 4e.c4eZ ;: .

and Expandables Council for the Florlia::! Alcoholic fect during the year. Members John F. Carrlgan of Jacksonville
> '
I Rehabilitation: ProSTBm -' are encouraged: to b" attorney for Oilman ; 'f' : .P"

( h3S announced elacMon active In their club and to Paper Co., has requested: ,"
; '"
New and Used of L. W. Norsworthy of Lake participate In at least one postponement of the conference 1.JCJJQ "RiS.-' >><'i .
Santa Fe I Indian Beach] ..
as county activity.4H and a new date was set :
.t :
8Yr. financing available I chairman. Is open to ALL by Circuit Judge John A. H. __, ; _, ___
Norsworthy has served on YOUTH of the COUNTY Murphee for October 27.PIuttIc .

UH Our Rental-Pur I the council since April 1883r \\lthln! this age group who

chase PlanPaymentsUnder :>nd succeed! Dr Paul Har- are Interested in being a pint I It 20 words or Ie..... one Insertion! memorials, Resolutions etc. Display Ads in Classified Section:
vett. Miami psychiatrist aschairman. i Notebook $3.50: at the (
$50 Per Month of the largest youth organ- I TELEGRAPH. minimum charge) ------------ 1.00 Per' word __..._______________ .03
i f not paid In advance ________ 1.2Keyed '1.40 per Inch-flrst Insertion.

Cards of Thanks Up to 50 word
coded or blind ad.

NOWMobile I (minimum charge) _________ 135 (minimum charge) ____________ :8.50 91.25 per Inch after first" Insertion.

NEED OIL EMULSIONShrubbery Each additional word over 20.____ .05 Over :50 words per word__________ ..0No.

Home SitesAVAILABLE must be sprayed now Insurance Problems? I HASTINGS MATTRESS CSNIIltMCK | -117 Prettier Th.Xf'W. ilk: lUlU:: TO &EE WORLD
AT 'KKmVRD K\Ir.M New brick home 3 '
Call: I! the Man From before buying ..n,
710 Lemon St. FaUtka I AUTO, FIIIE. BOAT Ha baths. Features built in other ..
Full Lake Privileges "IiEYSTONE"George 'I I ency< MA
DOYLE E. CONNER modern kitchen, hardwoodfloors I
for maximum protection Furniture Repaired ,, I Payne. your local representative
Homestead Exempt
E. LaRue I INSURANCE AGENCY garage. Large beautiful -
Upholstered & Refinishedj I since 195f.. Box' 628.
Financing I lot.
K"vston8 tfchg landscaped Plenty of
Heights Phone )
ahodo trees. Call
large todayfor
It's shrubbery spraying timelot' I condition more capable of susvlvinjr ical Co. subHtantlate the importance Consultant! For All Your New Innerspringsand price and terms. I

Lake Geneva Starke! Septemher has' the cold winter months.I of this! spray.Don't Insurance Needs No. 461 Live With
Itox SpringsDrop MARY CARTERPAINTS Privacy I Myers Power ToolsArea
been set aside as the month I I Home owners' are fully a.ware take chances with Representing I Us A Card CaU Just outside of Starke. 2 ac. I
Trailer Sales for the application for the oil of the vnt expense oflandscaping your shM hhprv. PM1 PH4-3PH5! G1'Cltmerlcan!; Ins. Co. PALATKA EA 5-9166 res with modern 7 room home Headquarters Fo

emulsion spray a necessary\ a home and of. today. tomorrow for sure. To Thy Travelers Ins. Co. plus guest house! of 3 rooms ,I Lawnmou-ern Power TuuMMrCnlloch '
I safeguard against plant pests II the Increased value a home enjoys neglect your shrubbery at this Tel. 473-4692 MRS. lEGGY SH \LLER and ,bath. Yours for only : Chain Saw
On Boat too One Mile SE anti cold weather. as a result of a well plan time could ,be very costly. i Day 309) E. Adkins St. $11,500. Pumps ft \Vnter Systemtnrlfrirv

Keystone Tlelphtn, I This implication should not ned AND WELL, PROTECTED I Don'tbe/ half-safe! Call 473-4323' Nltes Stark AgentFLECraIc Stratton knclnewRenfnU
'uto .
lire Home Business
Open Sun. & Evenings be used during cold weather. landscape. The number of requests Florida Pest Control & Chemical Complete Line Property of all different types. : Sale Service
pI'i A pray now
:into dormancy In a healthy Florida Pest Control & Chem adv. milt to order. Machine work. STROUT REALTY Galnra\lll 376-3411
Boat Motor and Pump repairs ANDSUPPLIES
2117 N. Tf'mpleve.. tfefli,
Brown's Repair! Shop Rt. 1.
Box 363. Starke [Klnsey! !
Phone 9)19.3491) !Starke' LABORERS .
Lake. tfchg For All Purposes WANTEDPer.
Mix all sizes Concrete manent position. All
FOR RENT- Nice 3 bedroom company
Block; all type Sand; WANTED Rural acreage/!: benefits. Minimum starting
: PrecttBt 'block house unfurnished. \West
(Dommand nerexmiry for concrete Everything masonry Good location for homesBufotd VINYL moreland St. $80 a month. See rate $1.43. Ages 18 to 45. Apply -
Southern Wood
Mlbchell P. O. Box A. C. Williams Williams Preserving
'Sfl. Pit 9B9-3281 tfcha Co.. Baldwin, Fla. 8 am. to
amaroBy I WQ will meet any prlr_ on Upholstering Jewelry. tfrhur 430pm.: 2tchg9/29

'1'.11:'l| material within ttrad- ALL, TYPES of lawn mowers Material FOR SALK: APAKTMKNTHOUSE :
Performance. I Toni County ANI) STILLM.tNTtIN ami machine sharpened.Calvin .
; QUALITY. Johns, 332 N. Water
Ph. Values' To $10.00 rental .ptunen4s-'jll pro- Station attendant wanted. Apply .

BRADFORD 9641411. tfchfif I vkle home plus approximately I In person B & G Truck

... ENGINEERING;; CO. I CLOSE OI'T H\IK! $3 YARDWAITRESS $200 per month mocome.I I Stop. tfchg

Ph. iw 1-2321 Sf arke ,ALL "68" DODOKS.: BEST: ,Priced for quick sale. BulHng-
DEAL, ton, Starke, Fla. tfchg.
ANYWHERE S K 1C: FOR RENT Furnished! apartmervt. -

HOUSK: 10 acres of land, I NORMAN H. WILLIS WANTED applyin I Lake privileges. Fe-

U s. :301 North out of City SOUTHSIDE DODGE: JACK- person at Garden Restau I FOR SALE Registered An- male school achir or couple

Limits. Owner tins moved.: SONVILLE.: FLA. rAKE rant. tfchg gus yearling bulls. Phone 969- preferred. $75 or $SO reep. Utilities

I'ljice must sell. A. J. Thomas, YOUR OWN DEAL." I FOR SALE--4 lots-400' on 3434. tfchg I furnished. Call 473-30r,

-5'I Renltor Tel. 984- 701. 4tchsr 02(1( North St. Clair St. Call Dr. Keystone Heights. tfchgNELL'S
BARBER SHOP for sale. Two I
FOR FOR SALE Joe Tmby C. J. Houpt, 964-5911 or 961- II I
SAL: IIOITSK AND I chairs with' all equipment.
place. Small house and lot on 1171. tfchg I BEAUTY SHOP, Hi-
BUSINESS LOT 321 W: : \ B.irgriln, --owner deceased. 123S.
Mac'I'I way 21, Melrose, Phone 475-
iHon near Starke Plaza. 526 N. Cherry St. Will take 'AIR CONDITION HOME FOR Walnut St., Starke. Call S285. Tues.

I Inpton. Starke. Fla. tfchff I ITHE' small down payment. GUY SALE--5 years old on 3.7 ac 964-6965. 2tp 929; Cloned Open Nell thru Fri.
Mondays. Duncan
Andrews has the kev Mrs. J. ,
res. Also shop and office buildIng i
JIM: WALTERS CORPORATION -I W Killlan. 805 Boyd Ave... Must to owned. Btchg 9/29
see appreciate.
an apartmentor
has several nice I \Waynen. N. C. Stchgr 9.29:! :M L. Turner, Lawtey 782-
house. See W. IT. NoUman.l ,
1 muses in the Starke area for,
sale Only $50 down and payments 3615 4tchg 1016: MO N. Cherry St. Reasonable JOBS OPEN

like Call Collect SINKER: l Rates. tfchg .
rent. DIAL-O-
FOR RENT-Small furnlsh- "%aIt reses. lIoll"ek..pen.un.1 .
338-0161( Jacksonville TIe ;MATIC! o d bedroom private bath and I5ub>'>ilt tern.
4tch. 10'7': I OFFICE SPACE for rent or
CONSOI.EIOOEL; independent entrance. "Fringebenefits"
'I l. for quiet tenant. lease Davis Hotel Bldfr./ Newly Sv'rslce !Station' Attendant' ,
(FOR SALT: LOTS-iso: x 400, SEWINGI.CIIINE: Llnen provided and launlere1 renovated l and ready for occupancy. -, Male Arcountant, and As-

132:\ En it Cnll St. 3 lots Bea- .Must! place In your ar.'it.AI 208' S. Water St. Telephone Reasonable. Call 96 I- Hlttant Manager.

t.o -.--- Camaro Sport Coup with style trim group you can add sant Roid' 100 x 300. WIU sell shape| 2lr-7.agt. make 964-4014 3trhg 930: 5391. 4tp 1013A
cheapone or all. Box 23, buttonhole' fancy design :No fee charged unless we

Starke. 2tchg 9/29 sews on button*. etc. !Snlil, FOR RENT Cottage on "Voice of Music" record find you a job..
YDI 'VI! been waiting fur a Chevrolet this. Now it's here. I new for over !':iOO. :MI'STSACRIFICE. KIngsley: Lake. Attractively player In pink and tan case is
HAY FOR SALE Phone missing from the Methodist
Just p''y 1mlance furnished fuel and gas heat. CENTRALEMPLOYMENT
969-3134. tfchg 901, or iwsunie IIIK.I Year round. Mrs. J. W. Klncald. Sunday School. Will the per. I

: Cam ro'! Long low hood. Short rear deck. Big-car stance for stability. Strato-bucket FOR SALF OR RENT-1 bedroom I:, take monthly older mirchlne payment, In trade.I Will. I 969-1491. tfchg son ''who It to borrowed the Church It please office.return I I SERVICE

: seats. A 140-hp Six or 210-hp V8. depending on model. Camaro gives you a car full Trailer trailer.Park. Phone Westmoreland 969-3291 I Call LECT Credit Jack-online!Manager.313-1918('OL-& curb.WANTEDBoy Apply in person or girl at Lee's for \ 1 inc 3o3-A N Temple 969-3741

: of comforts from carpeting on the floor to vinyl upholstery all around. There's a lot ot r60-10.11.! : tfchg I anytime.. Will deliver; no I Drive Inn 2tchg 929| ''dr.FOR sedan.SALE Like-1965 new' Old's condition.See 83. 4. II

: of security too with new safety features like the GM-developed energy-absorbing ATTENTION; : HOUSEWIVES( obligation. 'I WANTED by n responsible re- William Sllcox. 1 mile FULLER BRUSH REPRESENTATIVE -
GET those bills ''I Mrs. L. V.
Christmas; off tiring Jacksonville> business east of Starke on Highway 16.
; column. Camaro! convertible. You order a Rally Sport your mind A few openings lip lUrdln, Ph. 964-0035.
steering Sport coupe or can DON'T FIGHT IT''! Does your rv\n and wife' any time after
now available in neighborhood I Dec 1st To I Stchg 10,6,
: rent unfurnished
and an :
car shimmy ghnke wobbe! t
: with hideaway headlights or an SS 350 with Camaro.s biggest V8.See_ your Chevrolet territories. We train, you to and fight every inch of the ed bedroom. 1 or 2 bathhouse I FOR RENT-4 room furnished I

Fhow Avon Cosmetics. For interview way. Wheels are probably out with central heat and apartment, at 404 Lake St. WANTED,; TO RENT: 3 bedroom .

dealer now!. write Ovlda Sweat P. of alignment Shortens tire life air conditioning1 close tn to Phone 964-7964. tfohg brick; or ,block haute! un-

rrul; O. Box 687, Live Oak. Fla. might even shorten yours. Find the center of Starke. Please I FOR SALE 28 ft. House furnished In Starke. Please

: out with a free SAFETYOHatla : -I write description! of house and Write |phone 9642061. ltchg
TO ALL !anr NEIGHBORS Trailer fully
test at FIRESTONE.: No i when available to "RS" co I
apologize for any inoonvenieca Box 61, Keystone Heights. Fla.
-- -- '
watting1 no obligation takes Drawer A, Starke. Itp; WILL keep children In
10 6 my
.- I have caused. From now Ztchg
Everything New- That- Could- Happen- Happenedl Now, at 5 Your Chevrolet Dealer'sl on I vlll be able ,to turn into only 30 seconds. I I home. 1304 Bradford St., Saratoga .

.-. .....-..-................-............-.....-....-.........-............-....-................"................-..-.---.--..-.....- my own driveway now that FOR SALE: 1956.: 6 cylInder I FOR SALE: '57 Ford Pickup LIQUID EMBROIDERY Heights. Itp
09 8144 my car wheels have been aligned half-ton Pickup. Very good;: good condition throughout.J173 |I Anyone interested In learning
cash. Contact Jim Brook. I to decorate with Em-
at FIRESTONE. mechanical condition. Phone I Liquid LOST small light tan Chi-
er, Florida. Pest Control. ItchgrSept. i broidery or interested in earn- hauhau male dog answers to
: I M1-6693.& 4tehgr 10113P
CHEVROLET i Ins REDUCE: !!: TIP-E!: WEAR!: -have !T-sr xtra.. Riociey ,e1.! !% LJ- I I'Ncp"! ." lo::.t airce Saturdjv: !
.BALD\\lIN ivhert : : _'_ .? TIME MZI. vj.ted., j :".:': c.l.2 ata-n
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s.' ?ot-NORTH SIARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 964-3900 fcr-Uon. lUmmy and 1Io&td t, :yN4 Store, Keystone 16. Phone $ -i.1.al: Ext. I jZca lii-E. Starke, or phone cia 961-0033 or:: bring to" 247
v. ; tCCi'lDg. I iNo:: phone calls. Itp.493. Itehg \;861-3731 or 861-8281.! Zip 10,S Westmoreland SL, Starke. ltpL

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Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

BEFORE. Everywhere You Look, You'll See Wealth\ Of New Ideas For \Wardrobe, For Home, A Tremendous .

Array of Home Appliance, Je welry, and the Biggest Bargain In Dinnerware You'll Ever Get . STARKE, FLORIDA

September 29, 1966

Check the Many Super-Values in this Paper Then Head For Starke. You'll Be Dollars Ahead!

wwwwwvww..wwmwwwwwwt 1 Ann Cottle and Susan! Stutter ''I will be moving to Green Cove ,
all of Woodbine, Oa 'Malted' Springs Sunday
Kingsley Lake I :Mis David Cottle over the I
i i weekend I I
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Harris Plastic Notebook $2.50 at the I
Mr E. M. NFhune < ., TELEORAril.
visited Mr. and Mrs Morns -
Bell of Jacksonville last
pwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwmwwwTRAINING 1 Sunday afternoon,
Mr and Mrs. M,, C. Due-par FAST CLA110]!
ONION SUHFLK: of Jacksonville visited Mr SERVICE
The Intermediate Training and Lloyd Macey and children -I
Union group of Kingsley Sunday afternoon. | These Special Values On Sale For
Lake Baptist Church met at Mr. and Mrs E. M Norton I MERRITT H.
the home of Mrs. E. M. Nor- and family visited Mrs. Trudy 3 Days Only Thursday,
ton last Tuesday evening I Norton in Jacksonville WILLIAMSPhone
Friday, SaturdayOpen
They; enjoyed supper" together SaturcViy
and played !games afterward Mr. and Mrs. Preston 964-5391
Friday & Saturday Until 7:00: 1'.M.: !
Moree of Penney Farms
PERSONALSWe were Thursday afternoon 117 N. Walnut St. .
were sorry to hear that guests of Mr. and Mrs w.1 -
Chipper Wood has differed a H.. Agner MORE lASHIOHS .MORE' SAV1N6S A ULQQ \ HIP ,S. .5 VI

serious Mrs. eye Injury. Mr. and: Mrs. Ernest Harris.I ___,, ___.. ... __
.' 'Dav'.Jf.'rl V.\ fl4nnreH. : k.n *nd Mn&uJp.MOJ>\ '""' 54.a..nn.rrraa . .1 ? -
tr d s. ton atended the funeral of
Naomi Johnson Sunday and Mrs. Lula Norman at Hell- ....,..WTUL t Ladies
Monday in Cough. Oa bronn Springs Sunda.y.The ;
Miss Winifred CotUe. Da- Chester Wood family I LADIES I : Ladies DRESSES
Yld Cottle. Jr., Misses Cheryl GENUINE .
I ISlade's
Mohair Sweaters CAR COATS
Dacron and Cotton 65%
With more go, go go Dacron, 35% cotton lovely
Close-Out See our new smart solid colors.
t styles and just feel l

Unusual so roy and I'omfortOur Reg. $5.99 '
( able

Buy Days Are Here Again! Value at 388 4, I ,,1 $ 4

mi it l .
i Ctotilc cardigan style! with decorative popcorn .. r 'e
tHtthlng and embroidery him Oargaoutw E4,
HEAVY DUTY TOP LOADING .. 'fall froiUd ton**. SliM $, M, L Values To $10.99B ,/ "

Strongest Transmission In the Home -
Washer Industry Today. Double-Action Wash
ing-Giant Capacity-Washes 12-Lb. Load or a.. ... SLEEPWEAR (

More. Two Cycle Control-Automatically Delivers 1 ?!\ ENTIRE FALL STOCK TO CHOOSE; FROM .
Two Wash and Rinse Temperatures.. Hot- '. STOCK YOUR WARDROBE WHILE i .. ?
\ WarimWarm.; 'ks' r SAVINGS ; $ 40.a O LADIES

.\ : A..EfEAf$5.. i' s.
Now Only $189-50 y _ _ ;
; ,
f// tl unproof' Sanitized 100% Ny.
r SLEEPWEAR: Ii\;\\. n.., $15.00 lon White and Colors.

p ties U''t:;er It 2 for $$5.00 $1100 2 For 88


1 WithPurchaseOf Westinghouse Men's JACKETS Bondaknit ; -

AnyVestingbou.e- The Fabric with "ttQ' aisle-.s th>oy FIRST QOALItY
Fine Stretch 'W
100% Orion Acrylic ,
1 \ ,I.1 Knit. Dry Clean as Any Fin Knit. LADIES
;|!{ Washer Regular I Permanent Prass '
8 Rte'
yd. 1
During Our 48C
THE '1WDW y Shirts i
CloseOutSALE Boys r' vrp' Own Famous
Just Insert A WestingteosaCentury Brand_of Woven OlniC-
ham Ixely New Full
Portable Radio- Model) """- t. JACKETS PnttprnH. Enllr Stock* '6

CR-560! Inside Its hood and back up for 16
wool, sateen' laminated
Cotton REG.
really big sound. Perfect far the beach r Flour Sacks
fabrics-large selection.' Solid colori:
where it protects your radio from sand, and fancies. Sizes 2 to 7. 1.99
wind and splashing Ideal **r patio or $1.29 6 FOR 88Hanrf No.boIlDomlllod.."...;
Regular Value. Kodd l llh end cott.m..nd.
yard tea $6.99 to $R.99 $$5.88 Sup" soft ......"'.n' cotton: .f fabric. Solid*.1.! *.
17 a 29 Inch. a III a pack. .nd prinlt. lolt-Uf...."..
Sti.t 32 f. 3t. 4
Buy O f A Life-Time Men's Flannel Shirts '


Most Dependable Deluxe REG. 1.99V REG. 20c EA. FOAM PILLOWS Electric Blankets

Washer at the Lowest 100% cotton with) REG. :.1.09!
Bh" double thick rrotrhKftntnrcfil .6MORPUL For 88C
411; wryulr hlu.I a .
I cotton rib Plump lull) size foam Re? $10.99 $8'88
.88 I
Price Ever!
I l bed leg bnntN. :Mire plllnu.; mildew proof $2
0 to 0. D..n-l11h'rr..nlc. 9 year gnarantea:
%lppsr. c''I'r.

I I ...m, plo'..p.1.. 100 c romlnvl { .! .'I_ ........."...
t f.w" pull" cut nnnrutel top For < ( : '. tkra". e
I i pt.t..ly wmbaM.Tw. fti'l! to II. Bay'otton3 &ft(C /fSo t ':f"!
Sfl'JE' ro.raype.k.tbp.mefor whonl and Pair RIN"'t'
$ .*eollor ilay .. ..,,;.'" <<.".4 <...,..
.. .. $177.00
:MEN'S Mens!' Casual S5.99 VALUE %

Only 1 1I I Sweat Shirt Pants Tlilrk. ., Vibrant deep pile mtiltlolor with nnnHkldbark. .Ma< $$2-88 10 1 OFF

i I Heavy Weight 85% Cotton 15rNylon rhino washable 21" by 36". -
I ,
Cotton White I Famous! On ; :
I and New Fall Koraton Proces TIER CURTAIN SET EntireColore ._,
I! Guaranteed' not .
SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES S, :M, L, XL to';ned even' *a $1.69 VALUE Stock t
ar touchopSlzea Tier curtain with: vorfumr ,
*. wr* trl I 332 W. MADISON ST. PHONE 964.7701 88' 29 to 12 paM. Mmrhln wanh&Me; perm- 88 C OF SHOES .
flnltth. EACH
2 P.! 6,88sent h. _

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O\V SEPT 's!j 11rr.1'
fund-raising involve large number or ciu
m..m..v..n.... 'visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill I Leslie Barnett. Miss Bonlta Blom and nationwide Democratic Party ztns In the election procesi
91 Patrick and other relatives.We Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ramona sweat LAWTEY\ Football, [Heat Deaths regret: to learn of the Earnest Carlton will be glad Phillip and Brenda.MCCuI" national candidates In the palgn financing I
i death of Mrs. Lula NormanIn to learn that their son, Ricky lough a going away party at fall elections. Its aim Is to
scpu St. Vincent's Hospital last came home from the hospital the Blom home at the State
Bj Emit Bhmchar4Jfo Preventable AMA Thursday. Sympathy Is extended Friday Farm -
Says to all members of the Lawtey Crews of State The Rev. Dan Padgett as-
.. .
family. Farm Is a patient In KingsMemorial foclate secretary of
c'liricm ACTIVITIES Mr. aivi Mrs Robert Carlton Hospital.Mrs. Union Department of the I NOTICE TO HUNTERS
}io: OJ,:ace Methodist Sunday I CHICAGO-Heal deaths among' University of Kentucky we can eliminate deaths due of Jacksonville spent theweekend JoAnn Oriffis was a Florida Baptist Convention
*. school, 9-45: a. m. Worship 111 high r school and colkge football coach Charles Bradshaw said heat illness-they are here with her Parents business viljtor In GainesvilleFr ( will be the guest speaker at -
II. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Prayer playtrs could be a thing of the past squad's practice sessions were ." Mr. and Mrs. Frank Iday. both the 10:45: a. m. and 7:45p. : I
Clicle Monday 9 a. m., MYF ifcoachesand players follow recommendations proved by regular breaks for Coaches can avoid trouble by Cruce and other relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Hod- m. services at the First I DOVE SEASON OPENS AT NOON
Wednesday 8 p. m. made at a meeting here and rest. Overworking a close watch on their an I- Mrs. Douglas Lyell! 'es and children of Gainesville Baptist Church Raiford this i OCTOBER 1ST
First Baptist Sunday recently. hot weather only decreases for the first signs of heat of Gainesville were visiting/ visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, October 2.
School 10 a. m. Worship 11 When football practice opens In efficiency, he said. ,said William E.Newell ath. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ran lerson Earl: Dobbs Sunday afternoon Rev Joe MeCuIIfluarh willI Guns, Caps! ]
. Train- the first hot Said Purdue University's trainer at Purdue on Sunday. The Rauleraons : Our New Stock of A.mmunition. M.
t n m and 7 30 p. m. a few weeks days University I I e back for Prayer Meeting. Finishes
at ins! Union 6:30: p. m., Midweek could be dangerous for players un. physician L, W. Combs executive secretary of the) enjoyed a cookout at the Mr. and Mrs. J.. E. Thorn Wednesday: Oct. 5, and will kets Gun Cases Oils, Stock : Hunting
J{ services Wednesday less precautions to avoid heat illness "Coaches used to think that Athletio Trainers'' home of their daughter Mrs. ton and baby of Fort Ben- preach Sunday, oct. 9. I Jackets (Men and Boys!) ALL ON DISPLAY.
Hi 7:30: p. m. are taken now, a panel of player lost a lot of weight John Broward in Jacksonville nlng Oa. were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kit- I
I'It!' Rev. Edward S. Summersill medical and sports authorities first day or so of practice it Parents can help protect their during the week. guests of his parents Mr. tier entertained Tuesday: I
Jj broHcrht' the message,: morn- agreed. good workout. Actually, all by watching for signs Mr. and f Mrs Edward Rn.ve ana? Mrs Elmer Thorton night with a birthday PArty: :
ins< nn-i i evening on Sunday. Heal illness last year caused the player lost was body liquid- fatigue and emotional strain, of Jacksonville visited Mr Robert Taylor is home with for Monroe. Those attendingwere SPECIAL\ T TlII[1 S IIJEEK K
b HP{" and his children were deaths of one college football player is dangerous." as loss of appetite and poor and Mrs. B. L Wilklson. Frt- pneumonia.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hare
" pnostfor the day, of Mr. day and and Hubel.t RUby Rosier visited and children, of the State
and four, possibly five high school I Allan J.Ryan,M D.,team habits,Newell said. Saturday -
and Mrs Cecil Hardee and players. It contributed to "close cian at the University of Wis Fred Hein,Ph.D.,director: of the Wllklson and Jim Web her daughter and family The Farm, Mr. and Mrs. O. B Youth Model 410 Ga. Shot Gun
Mr nnd Mrs. Dick Starling,. calls" and l Injuries of many more. I agreed with Dr. Combs. Department of Health Edu of Live Oakel'e visiting! Cecil Addison Jr. and family Gordon, Mr and Mrs. Cecil
at t the home of the latter them the first part of the In Gainesville Wednes- Wilson and baby Mrs. Ber-I
J'( The five-man panel appearing at player who loses more than and secretary of the AMA' KEG. TRICE OOR
2: Church of God Sunday a meeting sponsored by the I per cent of his body weight on the Medical Aspects eek. day.Mr. ttce Jones and daulh! 'ers. $V J
o School 10 it. m.. Worship 11 American Medical Association's' practice session is not getting Sports was panel moderator.Dr. We are sorry that Mr. and:! and Mrs. Earl Dibbs Sylvia anJ:;! Patsy, and Edward I $36.50 > /
A n m and! 7:30: p. m., YPE Committee on the Medical Aspectsof I salt and water"he said. is a member of the AMA Mrs Gary Bennett lost their were Thursday guests of their Addison (AGES( 8TIIIIU 1 15)) Plu\: TIt'
_ Wecinliv 7:30: p. m. Pray- home by lire lust week.RAIFORD. (children the Howard Registers NOTICE
Sports, agreed that: I Excessive salt and water loss on Exercise and Phys
t' : : p.
I. Prospective football players result in heat stroke an Fitness,and is a past president The Thornton Family Reunion -
' ?VnnnmV. VVWVWVn !Mrs\ Dorsey Davis and
Hi Church-
't 'iland Baptist
Blind >v School 9:45: II. m., 'I should get out of air-conditioned i iI dangerous condition Dr. the American. College of Sports children of Gainesville are will be held at the HUNTING LICENSES AND ALL
surroundings now and start getting I II pointed out Anyone can suffer .. :romp of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
.iI Worship 11 1m.. and 7:30: ) p I visiting her parents. Mr. and
accustomed in stroke if he is active in hot Thornton Sunday. Oct. 2 SUPPLIES-ONE STOP SERVICE
to vigorous exercise: Mrs
I Ralph Taylor at the
m Choir practice 6 p. mChoir !
hot weather.\ and neglects to replace salt I Plate Farm. All friends and relative- are
practice 6pm. Prayer 2. Coaches should abandon the water lost by perspiration. were"b By Mr Furl Dobbs Invited to attend' and bring a Your Sportsman's HeadquartersFIILESTOE
meeting/ Wednesday : p. After three and one halt .
I old practice of withholding water sult is a breakdown in the Phone 496-2601: basket lunch.Democrats
m. uu//u..u..u.a. years as pastor of the First
Revival services began from athletes during practice. Fail- mechanism and collapse.If Baptist Church Ralford. the Launch
Monday and will continue ure to replenish water and salt lost prompt measures aren't Robert RIcharde 1* a patient Rev. Joe McCullough/ has resigned i
through Sunday, each evening through perspiration increases the to get the heat stroke victim In Bradford Co. Hospital. effective Sunday Dollars Campaign .
at 730.: Everyone Is invited chances for heat exhaustion or heat immediately the result can be October 9. to accept the Fnlr- To Raise Finds
stroke, -sometimes within 15 minutes.Approximately I, Mr and Mrs Bill Browning''I lawn Baptist Church, Ft.
Mr and Mr, ftaymomHrddlnir 3. Athletes should be acclimated! 820,000 I i returned Friday from a two|I Pierce. The 1966 "Dollars for
and children of; to hot weather by carefully grad 14,500 U.S. high schools now week vacation visiting rela Mrs Nell Dobbs Mrs. T B Democrats" drive has been
Wildwoo.1 spent the w ek- uated practice schedules. At least football,said Clifford B.Fagan I' tives In Tennessee. Rahn Mrs. Drew Sweat. Mrs launched in Bradford County,, I
oid with his mother, Mrs. D. the first five days of practice shouldbe ecutive secretary of the .s Those from Raiford at- Gertrude Hart and Mrs. Ella'I and will continue until Nov- ,
R R.f' Miss Bettle Oasklns of 4. Both coaches and players Athletic Associations."The I I Lulu Norman Sunday were meeting! the home, manship: of S. O. Denmark
..Ja'kE"nn'llleislted her par- should be alert for signs of heat illness few deaths that r Mr. ani Mrs Thoedotp Roster of Miss Dora Johnston and.j end !Mrs. Ruby Johns both Phone 961-0611 Starke .
ents. Mr. an-;} Mrs. J. B. Oas- such as lethargy,stupor, awkwardness football can probably never be I :Mrs Ruby Yarbrouh. I Mrs Loca Whitten In Lake of Starke. ,
kina over the weekend.Mr. or unusual fatigue. pletely eliminated,. Fagan I Io \ Mrs.\ Bessie Sapp and Mrs Butler Monday night. "Dollars for Democrats" is I
and Mrs. Bill Oask'ns!
end children visited the
Jacksonville Zoo Sunday

afternoon.Mrs. I weekend. With his mother Mrs. Bennett and Miss
son of. Johnny Jacksonville Jenkins visited and Seaman Apprentice Rob-o Durban. Smith of Daytona. WILLIAMS S JEWELRY 1 SLASHES PRICES STORE-WIDE
ert Glen Starling who has Mr. and Mrs George Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phil-
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O.
been In training at Great inger of Daytona Beach and family were visiting
J. Anders
Sunday. is spending granddaughter Linda mother, Mrs. O. J. Phil-
Lakes Navy !:
Louie Lee Wainwright visIted his leave with his parents.Mr. Neal, are spending the over the weekend.
Wainwright! Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Leon Starling with Mrs. Hattie Darley I Mr. and Mrs. William B.
H. C. Wainwright and Mr. Richard.:! Durban, whO has Miss Sinna Prescott i t I Patrick of Fayetteville,
and Mrs James WainwrIght been stationed at Ft. Devans. other relatives. Sunday C. and Mr.! and Mrs. Nor-
!itors of the family Patrick were weekend I
Mass., is spending leave
children the
and during ,a Mt",1d'"

.-.., -i __ :==;:-",.--. --r :/ '*' yS 3 BIG J

I FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE {ffi/L.!((/!; I Bargain Days axteats :

STARKE, FLORIDA J ,. Thurs, Fri., Sat. ,1


\ I } Slashed f &

SEPTEMBER 20, 1966
Pa UP TO 4r'i rta
: %

ResourcesLoans .'-, S 50 i,
and Discounts 3,057,498.31

Less Reserve for Losses on Loans _j 5,131.39 3,052,366.92

We Are Now In Our New Store (Next Door To Former Location) and Offering Fantastic Reduc-

Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 300,437.06 tions To Reduce Our Inventory It's Your Chance To Save Big On Your Present and Future Need!

Other Real Estate Owned 233.33

Teenager SPECIALDoubleHead
I Prepaid Expenses 3,328.40 WATCHES

; Other Resources 193.28 Friendship

Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 18,953.33U. CARAVELLE The Economy Priced RINGS I Big Reduction On .;
Quality Watch ,
S. Government Securities 2,046,286.56 10 K-Gold ALL DIAMOND
A Product Of Bulova 1 Diamond $1 1 Q.95 "
Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,021,341.10 NowCharm

FROM: Hank Financing Available-All You Do
Other State & Municipal Bonds 148,066.86Cash
t Bracelets I t !s Pay The Tax and Own One Of

on Hand & Due From Banks 262,878.07 3,497,525.92 95 These Big Diamond Bu)' .
White and Yellow

TOTAL . 6,854,084.91 I' qTi ;rl 0 20 % OFF Diamond KEEPSAKE Wedding Sets


SELFPiercing From $34.00


HER OF YOUR FAMILY, COMPARE Earring I! Remember We Have A New :Machine That
ANYWIIERE TRICE AND QUALITY : Enables Us To Engrave Names. Dates Inscriptions
Capital Stock 300,000.00 14 K GOLD of All Kinds Inside Your Ring-

Ladies I Pendant FREE When Bought at Williams.WATCHES .
Surplus 425,000.00 Mens and LadiesWrist WERE NOW

Undivided Profits 44,471.52 Watches 3.50 $1

17 Jewel RINGS 9.95
Reserve for Contingencies 95,003.11 864,474.63 FANTASTICREDUCTION AND UP
Were $16.00 Hoop Earings Pierced

Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 64,839.85 Now $12.88 14 K EAUW1RE _

Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 98,233.20Dividends Boys Sterling I. D. To Four Choose Sizes From J.39 Hirthstone 16"

R I INGS BRACELETSStarting Neck ChainsSterling
Declared Not Yet Payable 1,560.00
At and
Deposits 5824977.23 $2.50Initial Scripto Butane Lighters Gold Filled

Engraved $1.50 $4.95 And Up $g.95AND
TOTAL . 6,854,084.91FLQFIIDA FREE Engraved FREE UP Each $1 45




: L. BANK: I AT 1 'STAILKE.I REDUCTION Williams 142 W. Call St.
Jewelry Phone 961-8311
II One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. SALE Starke;

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(81 I IB TUt1n$$!n1Y SEPT. 29:!!I, 111M nntDFonn COUNTY Tr.rrnn.\rn.: : STARKF;, ironrnv rA6! T''RT1I'f''f!'

..Y9..Y9..Y9.... latnr date I I I surance premium "Those tlon. I made a mistake m pIt..llJoII. ,

PJoUSOo.i'\I.14: :. 'who !net social security have Social Security offices: arc I I up the ba.rxa.ln! rate 1118\11 '::

Bayless Hi ''Mrs. }R. B. Crosby and :\11's. '' i' RECREATION NEWS the premium! taken from prepared to Rive a very t.nce. I

day 0 E. Crosby were hosts at an NEWS And NOTES Fl "' their checks." said Mr. Oen- liberal definition to these
Ice creiun party in the >Educational : try "But other.s must dl- in
pay terms order to accommodate -
I \ (1a.sMlll.Ml Ad l In the TF.I Mr
By Mr. O. E. Crosby Building for their For Today's Homemakers ; I rect." If not paid by Septam- elderiv people who have
Sunday School CUMHCK! Saturday Kinit PIMM und Kick 111'. Donald Falcon "her 30.( the insurance Is ;ost decided belatedly that they I 1 4.IE.tril brlOK reoultit.ft .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJCHCKCII night at the rhurch. The By Martha Sue McCain: I Coinix-tltliiii paten Phil Elder: and It will be October 1907 beforeit I
NF:11YThe : I young people enjoyed outdoor The final 1'.1", .. session fur end Strickland. can be taken out again: '.
g UIII'II following the supper. County Extension PP&K partu'ipants before the :.SMALL: FRY FLAM
time Everyone: who Is behind In
of evening services Sir. and 1 h'ISal :Monrovia\ ; Home Economics Agent ; actual event takes place will, FOOTBALL .,.,
will change << premium! payment h usent s been + A 4'+'"A "f 171"I"rq 'e"'n'
beginning Fund,/ :.Mrs. Maiy\ : Hill of Jack- __ ,.. t be held Snliu, 'duw' Oct; 1, 10 Boys B'es 7, R, and 9 mft+xnnmp7 t p 4"
Oct. 2 a notice and urged to
Sunday im follows: Isnnville I and Mr.\ and bL\ 's. J \: a.m. at the Kuriejition Center. j of age may register for
Training Union, 6 su remember the September 30
p.m I'reach- Randolph, Crosby of :\[axvllloI The contest will be held at '
to vialyour Flag Football
ling Service, 7 p.m. Evening HOME:: DEMONSTRA: L? 287. Starke. Be a program/ deadline Payments should be
1 I enjoyed ,H H.sh fry with :III'. Library this! week the BUS field Saturday, Oct Frldny, Sept 30. at the
public ,
Prayer Service, Wednesday, Viand| :Irs C. C. Crosby Satur- 4. -II 1SF.EKHere the 4-H Exhibit t S, at 10 a.in. Participation in reation Center The boys made by check or money order .
and notice
7:30: p.m Everyone Is invitedto \ and mailed as soon apossible. : gi,
attend 1 day.I ; ",e are In the middle there. the event Is expected to be be placed on teams and P.
services The social securii v
anytime I SG' 'a. R. H. Crosby wits, vlsitiinj of 4-H Club Week and sometimes PEARS bigger than ever this year and practice Monday. Oct. 3.
office will
Otis Crawford, who in a don't you wonder just We have had requests for several bOYR have shown skill TEEN: :. TIRE FOIL OK.\ !',, also accept t>a.\-
There will be Choir Practice plltlent In Alaohua+ GeneralIiosplGrl in the events and we hope to ments in cash but Mr. Gentry
I' why and how we have so various recipes for Dente l in L 7-A-9 ',
urged beneficiaries not toes
the church 1
every Saturday place a contt-stiint in Regional
many special! days weeks all forms. If you would like abullet.ln Teentlmp for 7 .
unities '
night. The Junior nd cash by mall. lie also
Choir :Mrs. Pansy Hlchlll'dHlI1was rnd months? Now Is a Rood which Includes competition. V party for all +r rr a MxWn44( +rht ,
will meet at 7 and on pears II111 !1)' held at the !. 'aid that each social spcuiitvrepresentative ww wv4h fir.
p.m. the shopping In Gainesville: S.itur- participants' uip bo held" SIL
Adult Choir will meet at 8pm .day I t time to tell you the aims of Information on canned urday night tut. 8, +at uhu I Recreation Center :: curries an official

'r'' Everyone who Is Interested I Rev. and Mrs :NormanAsh- I NATIONAL 4-H WEEK Jn pears, halves, pear mincemeat time wlnneis. will be I t-j niiht. Oct 1. from 7:30: Identification (card
1969 are to: honey! baked pears and ))0:30: m. Dancing to Pci's TIME IS A RELATIVE THING
In Hinging: is cordially Invited worth and children of Jacksonville I ed. Anybuy ajfi8 through )p < is making payments in
'1 to attend Refreshments wero Kiicftts of Kov. Encourage young!! people many others lust request the who is InteitMort! In pnrti<-ipnt- hike box names( and cash I should always demand
practices.The will be served. folowing both ,and children::III's.f.:Suml.w. D. Mcdelrns afternoon.and CI) -to 19 Influence to Join capable 4-H. men -Bulletin Pears. Using We: will Florida be glaj Fruits to, the ing muy Recreation register Center.hv Oct. Thin 7 at cipants.BOULIXO n\ill be. in store for all ,In'I l Identification\ representative Thp! social securilv jHea Yes, friends, the few minutes that it will take to choose

WMU: and Brothuihood( Rev and Mrs. KUwurd Gra1 1 end women to become volun- send you a copy event i I" sponsored by Tct'tvil-\ : "' ()" written receipt for any cash your family monument will cause your family name to !be
leer 4-H leaders
Now tor a very special request -
of Biyles.s Hiway Church met ham of Scieven, Oi.: were It"gnrlotol's.. All boys and girls premium payment
i I Recognize the substan-! here is Sweet Pear for hundreds of An
Monday night to elect officers "I"ltlngRl'\'. and :Mis. :Me-: ,1 I rial contribution of parents Pickles MEN'S KLAfi: FOOTBALL And over who would like The Gainesville office is yean. enduring granite
tor the coming' year. A good deiras :Monday evening. I : LEAGUE learn to bowl l free of cha : located at 409 SW Second memorial will outlast the elements for
to the 4-H program, and solicit 1 Wash pare and core I many many yeart.
crowd attended the meeting. :Mrs." Deloros Craig and children ] I The final j are Invited to register at Atenuo. telephone number
their continued organizational
A GA and RA :and' Sunbeam and :Miss: Reverlv Lyons cooper pears of the Staike Recreation Center 176-2575 We have many such monuments that you can choose from.
ation. 2. If very hard, cover with meeting Men's City,
group will be of Jacksonville spent the weekend -
organJzerl at
a 1 -Acquaint the with 8 to 10 League! Flat: Football Program -| Friday Oct 7. All Remember.' ..
with11': and1I's.: PeiryLyons. : 1 public water and pre-cook I pants will be trAnsported Senior Citizens : You are considered first with 09 and your satisfaction
today' changing' and expnndtn minutes. ( wad held/ Monday night
I ( 4-H educational pro-I 3. Make of 6 at the Recreation Center Atl'lIr bus to Gainesville for is our greatest product. Calf or come by todayRosier
a cupsof Still
and May Sign
Dinner guests of Mr. bottling lessons The bus I
...:. pram which fits the needs of 2 of vlncimr. team league was formed
? :Mrs.: Bud Alvarez were :Mr.mil anger cups Icate the Recreation
all modern youth.Acknowledge and play will begin Tuesday For MedicareIt's
4 of water 1 tablespoon
:Mrs. Albert' Norman of I cups I at 1
: p. in Saturday. Oct.
Gainesville Rev. anti :Mrs.: M. the supportof Ringer 1 and one-half tea- night, Oct. 4 at the BUS Monument+ Co.
4-TI friends! and express sooon of whole cloves, 2 tablespoons field. A double header will be| still not too late for
,, ., Medemis: < and daughter and
z appreciation to them stick! cinnamon. played each Tuesday night .senior cltl/tens to sign up for
:Mi: and :\II'S, Jerry Dyal and
l Report the year's 4-II starting\ at '7 p. m. For plentyof Medical Insurance doctor' bill Insurance under Ill WEST MADISON: STREET
children. Pour this hotsyrup\ overr.enrs
accomplishments and consider football action. make medicare
1 ,, I and let shied over- Premiums "1I0 Eg
I' \li" ('" Linda and Bronchi .I Due :
future needs and Diana.4FI'ers ), plans to attend these namesand '' The Social Security Administration ,
Kelly' of Gainesville. were din- r.lfoht! see former BHS stars i I Ip"rrOl'm Office !)11i9( !)-(I2lil) Home 782-3655
1 1i.l Learn and Have By Sept. 30th that
nor< guests" of Misses. Debbie 5. Drain off syrup) and reheat says persons .
i[ Fun: Head HeartHands-! Iti again The Lenimoi' over 65 who failed to
and Uuirlet Faulkner MonthsTo
Sunday. Terms To 36
Easy Up
I CharleyE. ti Mi: '. and :Mrs. Kenneth. Klix- Health youth really enlov I (II i Pour over fruit nnd let will be composed of the fol- I Septemoer is a slim up before the May 31
'* I their huge variety of useful lowing teams! : Sinclair 011,1Fla month for many older deadline may be enrolled until
fh I Pay.
and the weekend
son son spent again After repeating'
I lenrntnir protects! and activities. I r, Pest Control, BnidwinChevrolet | tens In this urea '' Clyde October 1 If their failure\
'i with his brother and l 2 to 3 tlmps. fruit should be!
., !. They tnnv choose from, and the Bradford! Gentrv Jr of the \' 10 enroll was due to physical
law. Mr and :Mrs.: si1el'-II1.-,1: well saturated and clenr Home Owned I and Operated By
t as many IK a hundred educational I Barber Shop. Former BHSi social security office or mental condition mlsuncwstandtnx. -
; Johns Richardson in Tampa. 7. Pack In jars, cover with athletes ]MARVIN ROSIER
pnrtk'iputlivt (his
" Gerald Norman pent last "learn bv doitm"' opIrorhmltles. boiling hot neap and !Will.I i I I in there! ore persons who J or misinforma!
wuk attending to business in Selection may be I program include Dwluht F.ld-': not yet paid their medical

" Kt t LaudeixlaleAir. I rends for example, in plant, ---01.

, : lip lI.ndfl'll.: Joe S.ipp and and animal science, foods and
!Million of Jacksonville. spent I nuu Itlon, health, clothing,
about this: question: !'till: wet-liotid with his. P'tI' personality improvement,

"The Homeowner Policy Mr. and .Mrs. Eldon Sap. career exploration, home and ,
| nts'l
., 206 W. Madison
covers items of je\\elrr.I ':\1.. and ''Mrs: Loyil / monev management, community TERUJILIECIIR' [ motorsYour
i left Saturday for Syracuse beautifIcation conservation -
, furs etc. to a maximum",
i 1 lY to Rpt):: their son Cauthrn horsemanship, en-
Starke Fla.
of $1000 item and $;)011 '
per ': \\ho was in an incident recently I tomolouy electric automotive, ,
! on motor boats including leadership, citizenship and

their traitors. If personal! Mrs. Beverly Spence and numerous' others.

belonging exceed t hear :Miss Shirley Olla of Jackson- Theme for the 1966 teamwork -

limits and in the case of I villa were visiting. Mr. and effort Is "4-H Learning Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford And Union Counties
Mrs. O. F:. Crosby and Mrs for Living"
stamp and coin collections,
J. L. Johns Monday[ night[
is it advisable to separately i I,1 :Mrs: Kurt. Dobbs of Ralford For more Information

r insure such valuables?" spent Friday with her daughter either adult leader as a, 4-H contact Club the or Extension an- 'I ENendsI Personsfavifatfon To you

:Mrs[ Don Newmans and,
Charley E. Johns children Friday.A Office 964-2865 or
964-6761 or write P. O. Box

Agency I Come See TileNew

1 131 S. Walnut St. CIUII"IfI.,1d In the TELK-; : Mail Schedule
UIC.VTII bring results.. j
1// PHONE 961-0201 I I Chances Told

r'' I II By Postmaster;;

,::1 I'|, Postmaster T. C Hazen 1967 Fords

'' announces that the Starkei
solve your heating problem
I i post office now has a morning -
northbound outgoing(
With the remarkable SIEGLER : mall and all mall deposited !In

street letter boxes by 9:15: 8.

"' A/fork /// II; |1 m.box or by In 10:10 the: ( post a. m.office will drop arrive IN OUR SHOW ROOM

.M1: : i' I the same!In Jacksonville morning. at 11:30: I

I I Mall! deposited In street''

,, letter boxes by 9-15: a. mmetro Friday and Saturday dept. 3 Oct.1
boxes by 10:45 a. m.

r 7i and post office by 11 20 a,, m. '
i 1 1 y yy wit( arrive in Oalnesville at
, l i2'30 p. m. the same day
Mall from the north Li

!' a.now m..rerohed 6-40: a. m.In Starke 11 .40 a.at mOo 5 R r Win A 67 Ford Contest R

and Interested 3-4i: )p.. m businesses and :, ::; ;::::; !I

persons may receive a coijy
of full outgoing mall schc-

, (' '. t1'Y', 1 a rS.r 'sk Starke doles post upon office.request at the ,797 Fabulous I+ Prizes) _u_ Including Ii7!)( Thondcrbird' ''I-Dour d j )) Lnndau

Bowlers Asked

itr At To Anyone Sign Rec.interested Center Up! in bowlnt And 5 Other l Fords l?

this year Is asked to come
li' the Stmkr Recreation 1 D"jaitmcnt -

K %1r M day.," A representative Oct 6 at 7 p. m from Thurs Palm Plus 15 Philco Color TV Sets --- 75 Philco Black and White Portable Sets

r are Lanes present Interested in to Gainesville slin: up those Mill who be 5,700 Ford Camper Scale Model Radios

> ryr OpcniiviM are available foi

y men's ladlen and couples'
!Eje, > i'". #''1'It.itlr lull terms and full *'* "'"
ie | fcvervone; who( signs leagues up to! ALL THESE PRIZES jtf*'""!' '* COME IN AND REGISTERTO

\bowl 1 in league competition

fill recel.e' a pass for one

Semi-Central] Heating System free Palm game.Lanes! Is under new BE GIVEN AWAY. TODAY. NO OBLIGATION.

I management The owners,,
, Tha SJegfcr Mark in pours flow revel Jim Hylarad:: Sr and Jr. Incite -

:teat oct tOO front, bade and both sides you to stop In and get
acquainted at their
...form }room beating oiiAotrfccetly I house Sunday afternoon. Oct

:pipes and registers. Bofld it in the wall .''I They say that anyone !In- FREE REFRESHMENTS ..-- FREE GIFTS
forested In learning
to bowl
or just pin it to tbo waIL In two-tone slit for
may up one of the,
baked enc>md or lnxnnocs: >: wood grain I 1 I free bowling clinics.

vinly coating it win; add >beauty ami f\\RI! OF THINKS

wonderful new comfort in your home. The family of Thomas ;Ma), PLUS PLUSA

t-oliii FlnJey wishes" to e"preHs'tholr i
and fta
Come in soon see i&nartabloSiegkr '
sincere appreciation and'
DeW: Mark HI automatic p3.JJeatipZ gratitude for aU the wonderful [

system. .;:... and expressions sympathy shown of kindness us by Fishing Car To Be Given Away Sat. Oct. 1 7P.M.'

the many friends In our hourrof ,

: :: :j-' .- ."" '
Drawing In Our Show RoomWINNER
Pl.iHtlo Notebook $3.50 at the

Slade Gas and Appliances \.TELEGRAPH.

Slarke, Florida .\ riuM.iflnl \d! in the TF.LP:. MUST BE PRESENT
(:a: "'II ItiiiiK; result
332W. .\Iadison G I. .Plume.. !98'1-7701/ !!:
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Union were grunted special dispensation w"iA.n'Meem-.. wnr.ww'.. r f"." ,, tea.. grandchildren: 24 Jones Funeral Home.
County I iorLloyd
en i Her this year because ,t traaA'l. y', Bryan Jr., Secretary children and seven 'I Active paU.:.eare-s ",el'e
they had been attending I r 1 w ,Son of Mi- and Mrs. Lloyd great grandchildren. Riancisoiof: the 'deceased'
Seeks Return Bradford schools and the 1 1r II Bryan of Starke, Loyd is in Funeral services were I

Union board was reluctant to 1 his third year of ag and par- at 3 p. m. Sunday. Sept. MOUNTAINOUS: HILI.S
Of StudentsCan uproot them. But it ruled ,. w ticipated In the FFA Forestry In the Hellbronn ') C'I:

that no newcomers would be w A, I ,_ :'..S S 'P Camp and the Forestry Con Baptist Church with The Black Hills of South
the Union County I added to the listConsequently I test last year. Charles Harvey and Rev Dakota are not hills but

School Boord force a Union some parentsof Gary: Brewer. Reporter Johnson officiating. mountal'is -the highest east
County child to stop attending children who were denled'i Son of Mr and Mrs. Otis E. ment will follow in the of that. parent range the
school In Bradford County bus transportation to yd Brewer of Lawtey this is Uy plot m Dyal. Rockies.
? ford County schools are pro- ''I Oary's fourth year in agriculture under direction of DeWitt I
rides in their own
This still unanswered Ques- tiding I lIe is a senior, '.nd I
The board however
tion arose after the board cars. was a reporter for FFA in
flauntin'' Its I
views this as
School 196465.
heard Union County
discretionary !
Superintendent James Casorexplain Sammy Eunice 1-easurer- f
that some parent in "We have not released I Son of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. I ''y..
these pupils" Supt Ca.son I NOW OPEN'
the Raiford-State Farm area A Eunice of Lawtey. Sammy Is
are transporting their children -' said "but Bradford County is I n 4th year ag student and
in private cars to' accepting them. was a Sentinel for 196S-86. '
schools In Bradford County. He cited Florida statutes' IsR.tDI'OBD jC'IIAPTKIt offlrrn: (from left) IMvhl Scott. STAKKK CUR: oHtccrn: (from. left) Jury. Hreuer. COL. SANDERS j, ,

By a previous board action that place assignment pow Secretary, Raymond IhoiiutM", "Sentinel' ; Koiinle Newinuii. Reporter; Roger Rowe, Chaplain. ; Ihtvld (irlftU. Vice President Funeral Services : RECIPE r ,
the board In the
the children had been denied I ers with where the pupil re-'President" ; Lester Kites. Chaplain: : (..r..lt'"ryh'ar..z, Vice ; Loyd Bryant "Secretary' ; Ijmnr CI..O'nH.. President. ;
county Held
use .of a school bus that earned I sides. President. ; Hobby 1'irtrlck; James Allen. Itrporter. terry \\hlte-heiul. ., Sentinel; Sammy Eunice; Treasurer- I SundayFor
certain other children In Mrs. NormanMrs.
the Ralford area to Bradford The board's attorney Hal : Kentucky
I I FFA Elect For New Year I
schools Y. Mains, raised the point Chapters Lula Norman 87,
Children riding the bus I that while the board might widow of the late Jerry M.; ""
I Ronnie Newman was elect- lie Speaking Award for two! Starke Chapter. Future J. D Orlffia of Theressa, DBIvld Norman, died Thursday In a
L ed president of the Bradford'' years, and entered livestockjudging Farmers of America elected I Is a senior at BHS and in I Jacksonville hospital after a
Chapter, Future Farmers of: competition for two the following officers ab their his third year of ag He was short illness. Born at Highland -
U. S. GOOD America at their first meet-I ,ears. Ronny was treasurerof first meeting of the new on the meat judging: team on Nov. 3, 1878 her parents Chicken
Ing of the new school the Bradford Chapter In rchool year: last year, and also participated were the late Luke and I j"It's
A senior at BHS. Ronnie is'I T965-66, and Is also a member Lamar demons Prest- in Bradford County Lettle Austin Hicks. I
17 years old and the son of of the Interact Club. ent-The son of Mr. and Mrs. Fair. She had beeru resident of
BEEF Mr. and Mrs. Albert Newmanof I Other officers elected at' Walter C. Clemons of Hell- Jerry Whitehead Sentinel Lawtey for many years arvl.i Finger Lickin'
Route 2. Starke During the first meeting were: bronn Springs, Lamar Is a A junior at BHS and the son was a member of the Hell-
the three years he has been I Gregory Alvarez, Vice Pres- junior .l: BHS and in his of Mr and Mrs. J. B. White- bionn Springs Baptist Church.I
enrolled In vocational agriculture ident The son of Mr. and third year of ag. He was selected head jf Starke Jerry is now 1601 N. Temple Ave. :-: U. S. :301 North
Surviving is one daughter,
CHUCK ROAST OR he was a member of the Mrs. Harold Alvarez of Route best first year boy, and in his: third of agricu-
I year Mrs. Carrie Belle Mosley of CHARLIE BRASWELL OwnerManagerWe :
STEAK LB. .59c Parliamentary Procedure team 2, Starke, Is 16 years old anda I was a Star Oreenhand. La- lture. Jacksonville: two sons. Leon
for two years; won the Pub- junior at BHS. He has been : mar plans to enter crop the tremendous to our
Roger Rowe Chaplain Norman Lawtey at.d: Troy appreciate response
CLUB or RIB STEAK LB. 79c -I I enrolled in agriculture. for, farming.. fnd water ..manage" -. Hon. 6T' 'Mr ana 'Mrs.''TrubJle Norse 1Jeeksond)1f1l: dM'" '> peflfhff' -lust' "r1dayjo.lht;and' apologize for not
ment Farm
three was secreta\y. and the State
assign pupils attending the years Rowe of Starke, this is Roger's brother Bryan Hicks of being able to efficiently handle it, It won't
ers ])(
the Starke Chapter in 1>)6566 ) 'gree.David I
ALL MEAT STEW Lb. 69c third year In agriculture Plant City; one sister Mrs.
county schools there Is !
I a and has been In numer- Orlffls Vice! President happen again
I question whether It force I at BHS where he is a Jun-. Volley Reddish, Lawtey; 15
can activities such forestry .
ous as -Son of Mr and Mrs. I II
RIB STEW LB. .39c I them to attend schools with livestock judging land
I in the county If they have judging and public speaking.
BRISKET STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00 'I been accepted by and are attending He has attended the State'I

FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER I i county. schools in another Convention for the past in two Daytona years. Beach' AN OPEN INVITATION TO THE PEOPLE OF BRADFORD, UNION

Lb. 39c Maines also pointed out David Scott secretary. Son
that the board might be Inviting of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosierof

I trouble since It is per- Lawtey, David is 16 years''
mitting pupils from other old and a senior at BHS. He I
FRESH PICNIC LB. 39c parts of the county to attend holds the Chapter Farmer degree -i
schools In Alachua and Columbia and has been enrolled in
GEORGIA RED HOTS OR Counties. He promised agriculture for four years.I

WEINERS 3 LBS. $1.00 'I a legal opinion at the October During this time he has en-

I meeting. tered numerous activities Including
TENDERIZED Half or Whole I parliamentary procedure -

HAM LB. 59c Mrs. Ruth Clark forestry :and meat
Services HeldIn judging. lIl'pro'ects are
FLA. FRESH GRADE A swine calves and:!' poultry. '

FRYERS LB. 31c Jones ChapelMrs. I Bobby Patrick. treasurer.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. W M
Ruth Wainwright I Patrick of Lawtey. Bobby is I 0
Fresh Cedar Key Clark! died Sunday::' at her' a senior at t BUS and has been,
home In Miami. She was a In agriculture three years. He;
MULLET Lb. 23c native of Starke. her parents was selected as the outstanding -I

being tho. late N. D and first year apr student in,
Mary Allvarez Wainwright 1964 and District Star
FRESH 3 AND DOWN I She was a member of the! Oreenhand was in 1965. Bobby FRIDAY SATURDAY -- SEPTEMBER 29 30-OCTOBER 1

SPARE RIBS LB. 69C Methodist Church !I plans to enter crop farming ,
Surviving are three broth poll and water management
ers J. R Wainwright Starke: and the State Farmer's De

GRADE ASMALL N. D. Wainwright. Jr.. Holly- gree. I We're Celebrating Our Appointment as Your New
HENS LB. 27cWE wood. Fla.. and E. Joe Waln-I James Allen reporter A 17-
wilRht. Kingsley Lake. year-old Junior at BHS. he is Factory Authorized Chevrolet Dealer In Bradford
Funeral service nere held the son of Mr and Mrs. J.
GIVE GREEN BACKS at 3 p. m. Tuesday In Jones M. Allen of Starke. James
County and The Arrival of the New Line of" 1
Memorial: Chapel 1 with Rev was selected as the outstanding
Green Backs are redeemable right here in our V. J. Ragsdale officiating.I! first year asr student in
. store No Fending off or waiting Green Backs Interment was in the family 1965 and has been enrolledIn

. are redeemable for jrrocerie, meats!, vegetablesYour plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery agriculture for three years
. under direction of De- Ills activities include land
' choice of anything in our store-Start saving : Witt C, Jones Funeral Home. fudging and meat ludjdn: ?
them today! And remember- Raymond Thomas. Sen- 1967 CHEVROLETS :

FAST nnowl:> oAt tinel. A 16-year-old junior at
"You Get It Back With Green Backs"
, BHS. Raymond is the son of i'14
its present explosive rate.earth's ,
Mr. and Mrs. Olen !Thomasof
population will double| u
the Nation- Hampton and has been in
by year 2000 says
each ay Geographic-arthling would By A have D. 2600 less j I i agriculture activities Include three! land years judging HU- Yes, Its Open House This Weekend At Baldwin Chevrolet. -

I /l v / than a vard of land; by 36001 I and meat ludalng. Ha:
the weight of th 1 earth's pop- I has also attended Forestry We Are Proud Of Our Modern Facilities Here, and

\WE STOCK A COMPETE LINE OF ulatlon would equal that of Camp.
...GROfiEs! ,. ; 'fbearth 4tself.BULLINGTON'S I L: i Kite Jr'.""haplat! '"Son Want',You To Come Out and Inspect Them, Meet Our

of Mr and Mrs. L. J Kite Sr
I of Route 2. Staike. Lester is New Owner, Our Salesmen. We Want You To Go
15 years old and has been in

agriculture for three years Through Our Service Department, Which Has The Very
lIe has entereo livestock

fudging, and hU projects Include Latest Equipment, Backed By A Staff Of Factory Trained -
.,. noises, and a
.. cows M. A. (Mac) Baldwin
Men, Geared To Keep Your Car Rolling At Minimum
fs Me{ {TAM.{ -
i New Owner and

Waves POWERFUL driven by WAVES hurricane Cost! Yes, We Would Like A Cup of Coffee, or Coke J Authorized Dealer

DOUBLE BONUS DIAMOND Saving Every Stamps Purchase Given Dur-With power.winds In have five enormous or six hours erosive a With You It's On The House!

ing ThN Sale severe storm can completelywash
away miles of and
Vz CARAT dunes 10 to 20 feet high and
- ;. CLOSE-OUT 100 feet wide at the base.



GLO SETTING MAKES THE o4cA4h4W FISHING Service Department Used Car

. AS
LARGE. Free FREE LUBE WITH EVERY 1965 Chev. Impala

Value $420.00 CAR 4 Door Hardtop Factory Air

PRICED $ Parts Department Condition Power Steering,
ONE $94.95 W Power Brakp" Radio and
$199.95 TO GO; GENUINE AC SPARK Heater.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY 8 To Customer HOOK VALUE $2695.00


TOASTER I Nothing To Buy, No Obligation 1955 Plymouth 4.Dr.

PLAY RECORDS I Just Register. Sedan V-So Std $2195.00

$Keg.. 3' $$11.88 Values $,S, .OO ,. I $95.00

TO $5.95
EACH Toll sfioaHJ...witew VtefM. protected
against loss'by" lire m such equipment as
Hercules Mum.lo.mutated. files. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
You can haw complete point dueprotedron
tor aU your vital records n
two!three"lour-oVawer Underwriters
certified Hercules files. And any tailor-
BULLINGTONSTUDIO Hade locking: arrangement yon desire.

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH INC.


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TTTTTTTT SatuHay. On their way home of the class of 1967. will weara RECORD LAYINGTo -
they visited Mr. and Mrs. I silver star Insignia on hi* I
CLAY HILLBy George Mosley and family of sleeve In recognition of his assure survival of the Florida
301 DRIVE ..IN Long. Branch. SERVICE MEN] | outstanding academic achleement species the common North! beg 1i 1930'
Mr.. Howard PadfettPbon Mrs. Lena Mosley and I \ He holds the rank' of American toad can lay 28.000
299.4132rvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvyvvi: Charlie and son Mike of cadet captain and serves ass eggs In 10-hour period. a .!1. "
1 Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mos- flight!/ commander In his ....... .
7:00: -SHOW TIME 7:15: I ley's sister Mrs. Alice Mosley' 1 unit. EDIBLE FLOWERS e"'Y7"N1I1blrs. /,.
ADMISSION: : Adults 75c Students 60c We were happy to have and family Sunday afternoon I -
Children Under 12 Free Rei Conway of Jacksonville! Also visiting the Mos-I Pfc Larry R. Devrlck. RA The artichoke is the flower : Luella + Cordially
with us Sunday night also ley's! were Rev. and Mrs. Cole Elsie A, Shadd. son of Ml 1 I Z4925643. Hq. and Hq. Trp. bud of a large thlstlelllce GodwinRepresentative I II
:Mr and Mrs. Peacock. Mr. : herb National Geographic -I: y
and Mrs. James P Shadd of says
FRI., SAT., SUN.-SEPT. 30-OCT. 1, 2 ;I Conway was one of the mint of Fred Jacksonville.Lang, Pat Parrish and Ralford has been promotedto I, Regt.3rd Sqdn A. P..nth O. San Armd. Cav. If the heads are left to I iq 1 h Welcomes
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMs t 1-t-ers who helped establishthe Ores Parrish spent the week- Army Specialist 4th Clasa Calif. 96257.. Is now FranClsco'j develop fully they produce a Ph. 964-5321 h You and Your
Clay Hill Baptist Church in Oelnhausen. Germany I showy violet bloom.
end In Avon Park with Mr. In Viet Nam.
back In i 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
woT FERL1N *JaYME I and Mrs. Winton Parrish. Now assigned as a radio-
The I Starke New Home
Highland BaptistChurch
HUSKY 1 M8NSPIEU3 While here they celebrated I telephone operator in Co. C.,
is holding a revival Fred's birthday and visited 1st Bn., 48th Infantry. 3rd
this week. Everyone Is cor- Mr. and Mrs. Reese ParrishIn Armored Division. Specialist GLASS That' Our Business
dially Invited to attend. Brandon. Shadd entered the Army in The/ State of FloridaIt

singing Everyone at the Clay remember Hill Hol-the Mr. and Mrs. William Par- September 1865 He was assigned "If It's Glass! We Have It" Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
rish and daughter visited Mr. to the 1st Training
4 ,W llness Church WRITE VISIT I To You With Your City.If .
b eaeQ I eN Saturday night and Mrs. Johnny RobersonIn Brigade at Port Leonard CALL or Acquaint
Oct. 1 at) 7:30: p. m. Macclenny Sunday after- Wood. Mo. prior to arriving 1 FOR ANY GLASS NEED
+ "''" jOPatha 001.0 V8N DOREN i PERSONALS noon. I In Germany in February I We Design' Modern Store Fronts you are new in the area a phone
Mr. and1;' Mrs. Ell.s-h Carterof Happy to know Mrs. Irene 1966. i..
Middleburg: and Mrs. Lilly Padsrett has returned from Just Mail Us A Pattern For call will brine you a prompt visit
Plus Carter of Clay Hill attendedthe Currle. N. C. from a visit Cadet Jack F. McComb, Table Tops .
graduation of Mrs. Car- with her daughter and fam- son of Mr. and Mrs. J P Mc-I from your local hostess. Please give
l SFYWITIl1'DflHFAVDIUTE t7.11.C..r..E.s I II' ter's son and friend Paul Comb of Starke has been'
ily.Mrs. her a call! She has maps and many
Carter and Wilbur Padgett Vlnnle Pad? ett and named to the Dean's Merit
Friday night In Parris Island! William visited the P. L. List. at the U. S. Air Force free and wonderful gifts for you
lr' THE SWGi! T a; -.. S. S. Wilbur and Paul was Williamson family In Green, Academy, Colorado Springs,'
L \WITH!MYFAElf. I I shipped out Saturday to Cove Springs Sunday Colo. 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla Phone FH2-4353 from local businesses. '
North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson Cadet McComb,
a member
ROBERT VAUGHNSEHTA! &RSER'P DAVID McCALLUM y I II Mr and Mrs. Keith Wey- visited their son In ..
mmaiHnVniiiiHi'iiinmTuni IIWTH eT inn TV mow awwwKxw, U I +. mon ant:t Mrs. Nellie O'steenof Parrla Island S. C over the
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FARMER'S s ,$SZ&* $ Cookout A Go-Go Opportunity

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\\ iio other people have bt fic. I
foernorkmn. away for the by 'Bettq t
))111' t. wnerol. weeks 'p'\le< been Hut you never saw so many i 1< l1oel C l.vln- ili Life of Riley. en- fish In'your life a* there are .
o .Hivi"- .t< vm-ntton at the takes. running! through that Inlet. \ Planning a summertime frolic for the lively teen-agerst Why not
I the, i-.lore: and the OuliB We saw great tarpon rolling I go "a go-go" right in your own backyard! Turn the patio into
the dance Moor, decorated with leftover bird houses filled with gar
in the water below, but we
\V.- ii.n f pet to do all the den flowers or colorful hi.fl Jacket tacked to the side of the for !
there no use
were told was
C 1 h.,' w- planned but house. Usa current hit records for spinning the swinging sound N you
li tht i :< arts so many fine rcvre- ftshliiK! for them as they were Then for a feast.that's teen.Irresistible! serve juicy,Glorllled Beat-
t; ..11 IT phI. I'll around that It loaded with mullet and not burgers. And of course, chewy, crunchy Go-Co Fudge Squares
It 1' ii.i take a year to cover interested in what we had to for dessert whnt else! With potato salad, cherry tomatoes dll1pl'kll' iij '
offer. ''.Ice cold pop sandwiched In-between. And you've created a
*< Mil n nU. By Sam :McGarvey S magnificent midsummer night's dream. Mom teen-sge style ___
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S \v ;'< \,re'* brother Frank One of the exrltlnjr: things GLORIFIED BEEFBURGERS 'COCO FCDGK SQUARES ,J; t -
'I''< 'I) 'V \ ..<, we went down tot ever fished off a high bridge about fishing! there is you
e the, M ,i-i'.iivuM: Inlet and rot( and It la something! that takes never know what the heck 1'" pounds ground beef :3 squares (2( ounces) unsweetened ,

8 .. ,-. !. there t for n few days (-.ettUiB used to. Sam wasn't you'll pull in next. We caught '.. cup catsup chocolate
d j \v fi-l-i\l off the bridge 1 usa sure If he enjoyed It or not. angel fish a yellow tail, am- 1 tablespoon prepared cup butter I II
i, \ trxgovling" mullet for part of the time he wasworrylnt berjaok. as well as trout. and mustard 1 cup granulated sugar
'.' .. and, caught a variety ; about falllns! Into. t.vme"h\ that we weren't... : eggs I
of Including some fine the nwift-runnlnir tide water able I to 1 identify. Others X teaspoons horseradish 1'. cup Blsqulck I
t i'i' i trout. which are lnli > below and the rest of the caught sheepehend. blue fish. 1 n""UunonloD.. finely *" cup chopped nut
t ;t \ f fl; ever right: now. i time he was pulling! In hl1lbrlt.hes none others and one nearby chopped *t cup soft butter I
It ii
1 i from Retting '' fisherman caught 30-lb.( ,
to keep 'I a 1''t. teaspoons sail 1 tablespoon milk
f It ,\.1' the first time we'd I skinned by fast moving traf blue-fin shark that gave him ,, .4 cup soft bread crumbs :3 cup sifted confectioners'nugar I
1 I
__ I '4 cup milk\ 1 teaspoon vanllU I
2 teaspoon Worcestershiresauce 1''> squares ((1'', ounce) I

:\ cleat unsweetened oven to 330':;(chocolate) Melt 2
Get Ready Now! a.1\ Combine all Ingredients. !shape" squares chocolate and ':. cup
Into 6 large patties. Broil over\ butter In saucepan. Mix in
hot coals about 6 minutes on granulated sugar, eggs. Bis- .
each side until browned outside quick and nuts. Spread in -
and medium inside.To greased square pan 8x8x2 r, 0 -Z--
inches or 9x9x2 Inches. Bake !;L i,:' T_
test the heat, hold your 30 to minutes.. Do not over. g-:"';:.:. -
With hand palm down over the grill bake. Cool. Blend ',:4 cup but- 1 is
near cooking level. If you\ can ter. the milk, confectioners'sugar : ::L1t; = = = ..4
keep it there 3 seconds the and vanilla. Spread over i ,,7F -
heat is right Buttered buns fudge squares. Melt I1' i squares '" "
tIlt/JY ?jj'im can be wrapped in foil and chot:ate: spread evenly overtop !1z (
heated alongside: s 1 a. z II 1 i n g Chill. Cut into small
.... ""'...ter 'burgers And to fashion squares. Make: about 4 dozen. "
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fudge squares, fan-tabulous, Just watch these fudge squaresgo
GAS HEATERS here's the secret formula.a eo, got! ra

/. FROM:\ I .; ii,' : '! : i '' in ;;" ; :, : !
real battle. area we stopped off and visited ;
the Dade :Massacre museum ;; l ;iir : ;: ;

$19-95 Frank and Sam took one and battleground and = t : '
Lake. it ,
day and fished Orange found very interesting; as' i iC
ut> of Cross Creek, and while : we've read! so much about -: ;. if
You get all the best features m they had a lot of exercise that event and all of the I .: >. : :; : :,
E', Thermolaire of choice. casting, they caught nothingbut SemInole Indian War. ... .- .... ---
your a couple of bream. How- --- ., .-... ? u
ever we still know that that We have some at the NP, -. --=-. ==-. '- .:._'- ::.:.. ,,
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I t. one of the best fishing places We have some conclusions! ,
.. IDi3I around here and we Just' at the end of our vacation: Ti 3 f F(
to there when it' 11 that September: is a fine
your Thcrmol.ire? neater Jj sty1e1like ) happened go ______________
line furniture with attractive saddle is an off-tendon;! for fishing month to take a vacation: 21 r rsr4llr
.eeak that two weeks Is too short 1111
brown finish to blend with any S
To make our cycle of flsh- and that instead: of working
I .__- color: scheme. \\n should be the other way'' (
t 'I o the Waccassas River with I
'vfR t fl Thornton Hartley hoping to around: and 31 that this coun- Iov.. '
Is try around here is Just about: ; Irl(
lr rntrh some "reds" but It
't1.1' beautiful enameled cabinet, lifetime 110.x 'It,
still too early In the season perfect: to take a vacation In. l|
cast iron burner, permanent for them or we didn't find find for that matter the rest Here's another chance to start b/NNEIl l"or
alumioueil steel airflow interior.
'P where thev were running of the year. too. P
Frank caught one trout out add to your set of genuine J. rEIJ
ECONOMY In the bay. but other than UP AND DOWN
F that we had no luck except
low cost plus! certified },eater: for a big cat that Frank hid I Sap descends as well a.* ascends
.,., ._ performance that converts e\cry bit ofACA H real tussle with on his light In trees. Descendingsap +J

your: gas into body \tarmiag comlotu\ !lisping rig. takes nutrition from the
leaves to the roots.
D"f'MWCo! I
rler.r Alice: and Sam went downto
Indian Hock Beach for a SLEEP AT WORK i

\. ,} few days; before Frank arrived\ Watchmen in Singapore of.'tt'n BONE
/ ?ot a cot lace right on the' place their beds across WHITEIc
Gulf and had a fine> tim", he doorways they guard and
tust loafing! around plekinup Q I thus sleep while they work! ,
shells!! and working up an says National Geographic./ ONLY
appetite> Sam was: content I
when we found:) a place down I I DINNERWARE
$ade Gas and Appliancestt '!he highway that sold clam TilE RIGHT POINT for the
-n! the hilf-shell and that way' you write Come In and I II SCHEDULE OF DINNERWARE FEATURES
nude his vacation complete. I rl...-t your fnvorlte KSTKR-!' : We're beginning the second go-around of this fantastic

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I happiness than that of A I I kitten continued to follow us lee and we find time to read I covered lora Waterproof cidents on the highway. KKTIKI/KK.; FORMULAS | DIVERS BREATHE CAS!!

I teacher when the day is over We walked a little over 'o our Dibits", 'and praY, I wooden matches by dippingthe County Judge T A Yawn: I
I and the dear: children board I mile and I had intended to I If you recall in Nebraska I tips In nail polish \told members of the Rotary Know your feitlliiera. Tho I|' Divers going to :great

Il the school bus calling, "Qood- walk at least 34 miles.I used to net up about 2 a. m With the poet Mary Eliza- Club here Wednesday: chumlcul symbols of N-P-K depths In the ocean can
bye teacher." I had a deep beth Judge Yawn whose firm- omth.e' ,fertilizer stand for
I to read my Bible and pray 'I Coleridge I say: bag safely breathe a mixture of
satisfaction of a day's vsor't'! have been going: to B-ble tlien: go back to bed until, Sunshine; let it be or frost.Storm ness in dealing with speeding nitrogen, phosphoric acid and helium and oxygen gases; !
Class church
well done and peice and love at my on Wednesday or calm. us Thou halt and other traffic violationshas \
Don wanted to get at 7 When
up potash see
you a fertilizer National
Our minister Geographic
: 8urgessModr In But my time heart marches> on and I U our teacher and he la, very in waited I did until that seven for years and If tlmi I: 1 Though choose thine: every gift were" gained, said that widespread"everybody attention tag that reads 8-8-8 Helium replaces the nitrogen

r my dear chlldrel are grown {pood I nm happy with\ the to get up I could not find lost 1 la making an effort to reduce it means there eight pounds I of ordinary ,air which becomes -
each of three chemicals.
faithful feas there
-- -- and have children In school \ are time for Bible reading meditation Thee thyself we could not accidents except the driver toxic at high pres-
But the Clay Hill school Is bout 10 or 11 every Wednes- Now I lose. himself." Experiment Station scientists 6ures.

Wherein the summer K" stripped i and cut and hauledto empty and stands/ lonely and day nl ht. Of course I DO to read my and Bible prayer aloud about 7 So as the days !grow: shorter One person is killed in an explain that these figures are
percentages or units in fertilizer
gone and Autumn promises silent> with memories> of hap church and Sunday School after breakfast. Time bring and: shadows lengthen we I auto accident every 11 minutes NOT A NUT
1 the mill to make sorghum.My every Sunday. I write a column terminology. A 3-8-8
sunny weather with ripening py days like myself. changes. can be thankful for past In the nation, and one
apples and grapes : parents made large Jars of We had a little rain last )I for an Indiana paper blessings and I thank God In every 5'a hours in Flor- fertilizer has only half as That ball park favorite
similar to this which comes From Montana comes' CAR- much nitrogen but twice as the peanut, Is not a nut buta
of apple has been
The morrow:18: a bright sauerkraut and lots ; night and today ; for beautiful memories. ida, Judge: Yawn said
ROT CAKE f a recipe from a much potash, for example, as
rut each: Friday So I am legume
September morn: jelly grape Jam, and jelly very windy and cool I even> God> bless you every one, He laid part of the responsibility -
pal ranch I II1'a cups fertilizer listed 6-8-4.
on a :
busy willing\ walking -
The earth was beautiful as If and a barrel of cider with turned the furnace up Gab- LOVE. LURA for the Increasing accident -
salad oil 2 white sugar;
letters going to church > : cups
new-born; apple butter making Our by and I started walking I flour Dear Father, Cleanse Our rate on courts whichhe
4 unbeaten 2
and Bible Class. life Is eggs: cups
There was that nameless! .school then did not start until Monday and !got almost a and 2 teaspoons cinnamon: 2 Hearts Of All Sin That We said had been too lax in
splendor everywhere.That ; October and we children mile down the road when easy and happy I nm used sods' dashof May+ Come Into Thy Presence the treatment of traffic violators. ;
wild exhilaration In the I helped Back in those days a from a farm house a young I '10to living alone for and am teaspoons salt! : ''a baking cup chopped: nuts! Worthy To Receive Such : He said that many I I i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
good mvself.
kitten running If company : '
air. : farmer raised nearly everything came as Mix in order and put Inn Blessings As We Need In parents had also failed to'
Which makes the passers In I his family ate. It was a happy to see us, It ran right )I Whoopee! At first It"RS well given' and floured' Jesus Name. Amen. instill in their children the STARKE-PHONE 964-2600
hard to cook for messed
the city streetCongratula good and glorious life as I near Gabby who befo-e I lust ones proper respect for the law
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to think of and work for. 350 degrees, for 50( minutes.It Driver Attitude Many people do not reel-
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they meet alone in cottage -
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years be In layer cake Ize that traffic violations area
Now It been four oin put ,
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have always loved Sep- the spirit and now these first This fl'ee7.es"ood and violators should not be
In and thankful'! I do not haveto quite so long. Safety FactorThe I
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tember, as it is the harvest few chilly mornings feel a. his eye and for a time I feared work FO hard and get tired. and Is tasty. let off with a mild reprimand. j HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
nameless splendor everywhere.I
month. When I child]
was a his was injured. ButI So it must be a part of HELPFUL HINTS: Bananas attitude of the driver I
In Indiana on the farm. It loved September in FlorIda wiped eye the blood 'away and God's plan that at some time can be kept in the refrigerator i& the most Important factorin A Classified/ Ad In the TELE1GRAPH i CRUTCHES

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month. Then the beans! were Hill through golden days
pulled and threshed out that my soul was lifted to''
ready for winter eating. The great heights" of Joy and
potatoes dug and stored away happiness with my children.
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,:" ;, AR h'T You &OIMc ri i Is This Any Way To Run it. and unless you chang
How Now Mr. Kirk
A Cum pi;IK n For Governor? that you can't legalize Bingo -
? PAY You R coutc-y 'ts You Bet It Isn't. With ? It's a. shame no one najever
all the professionals supposed : asked the Attorney Gen-
Once upon a time there was a candidate who than an asset since he seems to have painted xg- ----i to be embroiled In the eral) for an opinion on

promised the voters the world with a fence himself into a corner on the tax question." Governor's race, it Is (appalling whether Bingo really IS a

around it and then had the intestinal: fortitudeto The St. Petersburg Times also views Kirk's r to see (the amateurishway lottery. That has been refer

tell them that his program would require an free-ride program with a skeptical eye ; com- N op CANTAFPDR f its being run. Here are red to, but no one has ever
two for Instances Ronnie asked the question outright.
increase in taxes menting: "When Mr. Kirk mentioned he
money, TNT T ilcl FARE Spencer of the Florida Forestry Whoever does might take
ill Once time. combined and
upon a a promoter's agility a teen-ager's Association walks out credit for a lot of things.!
{ But not now.Disillusionment. naivete. The free enterprise system, he said, 01 a door on the first floorof The new chairman of the
V again reared its ugly head will provide the extra millions needed for bet- the Capitol and Is slappedon Florida Industrial Commla-

last weekend with the final publication of GOP ter schools, highways, and parks-almost as if the back by one of the mission Palmer VanArsdale.

gubernatorial candidate Claude Kirk's long-a- Florida had never experienced its blessings. With candidates for Governor who isn't going to alt out the last

waited "white papers." figures, Mr. Kirk works the magic of changing greets him with "Well Jack.how's three months of the Burns

'[ The white papers may as well have been blank before the reader's own eyes the fruits of eco '< ,. everything" at the SherIffs Administration Van Ars-
Bureau? {The candidate dale has, plans and he Intends -
for all their practical worth. nomic into million
papers expansion through 1975 $132 thinks Spencer is Jack to carry them out and
Once again we were treated to the tired old for next year's budget. Madigan, attorney for the make a mark in that Job.

formula of promises promises promises "This complete absence of realism toward law officers!1. Spencer smiles Our next Governor would do

... with little or nothing to back them up. finance is a fatal flaw, and it's a pity becausethe ) and says, "Fine I guess,* to Florida a real service If he

In the words of House Speaker Ralph Turlington objectives Kirk listed-taken at face value \ which the candidate replies, keeps this hard-hitting go-
... "You're doing great getter We state are
the astute legislator from Alachua County, -were most commendable." "' a Job as a
Jack keep those most fortunate to such
Kirk's program, as outlined in the white papers, The Times declares. that the Kirk papers did boys in get
line. And with that parting "n-n able replacement for Dan
was. both "ultra literal:! and fiscally absurd." accomplish two things : shot, he leaves Then, there's Wright

Turlington said he considered! Kirk's program 1. They dissolved Mr Kirk's label of "ultra LCfr JIA17 the evening one of the can- Now Ladles And Gentle-

ultra liberal because "it looks like he promised liberal" for Robert King High. When he got < t didates for governor appears men-since this is our first

almost everybody almost everything they asked, around to telling Floridians how he stood on lit a rally and fish fry in column for many of you I'd

and then promised it wouldn't cost them any the issues, :Mr. Kirk's goals turn out more liberal West Florida. He gets his like to answer the question
more money." He added that the program is than Mayors High's. fish first and! disappears Into that many of my fellow Capitol .
a tent to work his I Newsmen and
"Impossible and misleading." 2. The papers changed the character of the on speechor women
something while the people have asked, "Why in the
Turlington's views are echoed by Hank Drane, remaining campaign. There is little need to debate who have come to shake world are you going to writea

political editor of The Florida Times-Union, who many objectives upon which the two can- his hand are given more fish syndicated column?" The

comments: "Nobody can quarrel with Kirk's didates agree. What Floridians must have now Finally, when! he Is Introduced simple answer is. "Becausethe

goals They are impressive and commendablesince is discussion of which candidate would be most the public address system ,people have a right to

they stress his Florida-first campaign likely to deliver on his promises goes dead and he gives his know what is going on"
speech to the first few rows. When my good friend Allen
theme. But Kirk fails to answer, at least satis- .
One of these fellows Is Morris his column
goingto gave up
the big question that has been raised
be elected governor of and moved into state. government -
How will finance all Yes once a time there was a candidatewho ..
about his candidacy. he upon -
Florida In spite of himself! I waited to see who
these programs without an increase in taxes?" did not underestimate the intelligence of CAPITOL NOTEBOOK was going to pick up the ball

'.. Drane adds that : "Over the long haul. Kirk's the electorate-or so the story goes. But apparently .. don't know who the sly per- and pass it to the people. No
white papers may prove to be a liability rather that candidate is not Mr. Kirk. I. .1' ': 1/ ''; .. .. .. '.' J son Is.! either Bill Miller or one did. This Is the reason
J:, do '. "' Virginia Newman but some- for this column. so you
.... ..? body will know what the real
National 4-H Club Week sends down news releases story
from the Board of la. I would urge you to read

Will It Come To This? Parks via cute Park em- this and any other columnon
Many people of this generation are concerned With its emphasis on development of the individual state
ployees dressed' in uniforms government, because
about the seemingly negative attitude of Amer- 4-H answers almost every need young that brighten the day of the a better Informed Florida will

ican youth. But it is important not to let these people will experience in living in a space age. news guys in the "mole hole' ," elect the best peopLe to run

feelings overshadow the tremendous worth of But 4-H isn't all work-not by any means. and they get more releases their state. I will never be an

the majority of America's teen-age set. Wholesome recreation is a part of every club Takes Telegraph To Task used; that way. too. Allen Morris there Is only

t Take a look around-at the 4-H members of meeting, and special events like camping and Personal To AH Politicianswho one. I can only hope to visit

this community, for instance, and at the 4-11 fun days are included in the overall 4-H pro- are using the Klmlc of with you each week and give
getting Bingo legalized in you some of the news as I see
program throughout the nation. We took that gram. A Letter To Bradford County CommissionersThe their campaigns. Did you it.

look this week-National 4-H Week-and foundan National 4-H Club Week is now being observed know that the revised [second This Is Starr. that's the

impressive and encouraging sight. across the land as 4-H members complete their edition] rough draft of news. through the Capitol

About two and a quarter million 4-H'ers live year's work and start a new cycle. They may [ following letter, addressed I also recollect that a petition County Commissioners are the new constitution still has Keyhole.

In the United States and Puerto Rico-150 of choose from as many as a hundred educational, to the County Clerk was presented to the just as sincere and conscientious the same old lottery law !in
These Selection be and:! read to the Board of County Commission a while li\ their decision to keep
these live in Bradford County. young people learn-by-doing opportunities. may
County Commissioners Fri- back bearing around 900 it !is.
the courthouse where
directing their energies and talents to- made for example in plant and animal science
are ,
27. is
day afternoon. Sept. names, protesting action tak- Also, I notice the names of
ward building for tomorrow. food and nutrition, health, clothing, personality published by The Telegraphat en by the Board based on (culte! a few people on the list
Each member is involved in one or more worthwhile improvement, career exploration, home and mon- our own suggestion -In considerations othe than of 60 who are very rood y ," Sri 't ic t"Ir .

projects for which he, and he alone, is ey management, community beautification, con- accordance with our policy of money. This petition was dismissed trtends! of mine. I think they 4u 4i'4' '

responsible., Although members receive counsel servation, horsemanship, entomology, electricity, publishing; signed material by the Commission a, have every right to dissent'

and guidance from volunteer adult leaders, the automotive, photography, leadership, citizenship, whether it is in agreement oi no consequence no significance from any action taken by the
value of the finished project is up to the indi- and numerous others. with our opinions or not 1 and The Bradford board By the same token a ; w
Mr. Charles Darby County Telegraph approvedof I'm sure they would grant N ir 1b
vidual boy or girl. u
National 4-H Week affords an opportunity for
Clerk of the Circuit Court that action by the board unto me the same privilege
< Through the supervision of the County Extension all of us take a closer look at the fine workof Starke, Florida Now the! board has been (If disagreeing with them. {
Service a part of the State Land-Grant these young people--and also to salute this Dear Sir: presenter:! with a petition! Maybe if the County hadn't 5 A.< M I 4
University, young people are learning responsi- outstanding, informal educational program for I understand there Is to ben signed by only one-flftoenth gotten hold of all this easy .i J?
bility and dedication for the challenge that lies its major contribution to America today and tomorrow public hearing next Friday as many citizens at which the money we wouldn't be having yP P few -
ahead. morning before the County Commission Is supposed to such a squabble f f # ;

i How does 4-H fit the future? Commissioner with reference fear and tremble and retract I hope the issue! can be settled ,
to the decision made by their Irresponsible action. I amicably There Is no .
The Mills Of The Gods the majority of the Board thought the courts had decreed Issue that deals only with ". ,...- <
selecting a site for the proposed that there are not supposed dollars that Is important tA r
new courthouse. to be any weighted enough to cause the loss of .,1;,.' I ,4j
a i.btu 1 i
Several months ago, after a couple of railroad I would like to attend as I votes. That the poor man's one friend. ..' 'Ii :

trainmen had been arrested here for failure to have only heard what appeared vote is supposed to weigh Thank you .'..."" ; 1. ,.
j{); Unblock a railroad crossing at the equest of the -r In the Bradford: just a.s much AS the rich Thornton Johns ...;.;*:' i Z >r

,j block a railroad crossing at the request of the County Telegraph! and it appears man's! vote. P. O Box 891
'Chief of Police, railroad officials promised to to be a little, biased It I also recollect that the Starke, Fla.
If unlikely that I will be able editorials In the Bradford Out Of The Past
Starke a visit and discuss certain matters
, to attend as mv wife Is In County Telegraph have counseled [IWe thoroughly agree with
with the Mayor, including: __ the hospital and the hours us to be )law-abiding our friend Thornton Johns
Competition to The Telegraph' printing department" In the
.t y: -Overtime blocking of railroad crossings, that I work don't coincide citizens whether we liked a with whom we have had
el'The and extremely rough condi- with time the hearing early years of the century, wiw housed In thin Cant Call
unsightly the of particular law or not. We were many enjoyable "political rtls.tussions" -
i' tions of several railroad crossings in town. but if I were able to attend to set examples of good:! citizenship In Presidential Street building, now orrupled by Builder hardware & Sup-

Since that time, we have heard nothing more here, Is what I would like to ; vet! the article appearing campaign years, that no Issue ply. Pictured beneath the sign "Starke Printing Co" are

.' of the proposed visit to Starke. soy if I were permitted the as an editorial )last dealing only with dollars (from left) M. Ivlton.' DeWItt C. Jones, Robert Daniel

'Recently crossing in town was blocked privilege to speak : week and titled "An Iimglnrry !Is Important enough/ to cause Hurry MinerVllllo Moltt, Abe Bettnent, and Dunce :Mack
'' longer- It seems that we hi'e i Interview" Is suggestingthat the loss of one friend. We (with' tthotelV) iMlmen of the World and Odd Fellow used
,for at least thirty minutes-possibly rather unique situation in In this instance the duly have never, to our knowledge, .
story for their lodge meetings.No .
. -and it was only by great good luck that a hospital our county I have heard of and legally elected public officials let H. difference of opinion on upper

ambulance or a fire truck was not help up and known of many public ought not to be per- a public issue interfere with ..

from reaching its destination. Many citizens, as officials being! criticized and mitted to perform their con- a friendship. That still applies -
well as transient drivgrs, did suffer thirty min- condemned for not getting stitutional duties: at the One FlunksAt SFJC Enrollment

utes of inconvenience and delay, however.As enough value for public same suggesting that people (However, we have always 50 Percent Above
funds: expended but this Istle who HAVE NOT "been" elected! assumed that expressing its Santa Fe
to the condition of the crossings -
; first time I had; known should deride what's best for editorial opinion clearly Expected NumberDr.
photograph at right, of the Washington Street the nubile press! tr-'ln, \ to all of us If the inference! labeled as much was not Junior
,?crossings], speaks for itself. Yawning pot holes in crucify elected public officials Given! in the editorial) 1 Is valid only the right, but the DUTY CollegeNo James! L. Wattenbarg
'.,the foreground are on the approach to the cross for xettlnv/ TOO MUCH we might Just as well save a of any newspaper worth Its er, Director of the Division of
sing, and whether the responsibility of the city FOR OUR MONEY. lot of money by doing away salt.Mr one will flunk at the Junior Colleges In the Flor-

or the railroad, should be repaired without further According: to the understanding with all of the public officials Johns gives Commissioners pew Santa Fe Junior College ida State Department of Education -
delay. The mills of the Gods grind slowly-and r I ( that I have from and turn things over to: both the majorityand -but this is true only in says that applications

1 do railroads, apparently following the controversy in The Bradford: County Telegraph the minority the rightto certain courses, : for enrollment at the
.IJ.I the local there / and let them do our their opinion. He gives! the An Innovation In grading new Santa Fe College are 50
press are also if students. will be employed by cent above the number!
Creaking Local GovernmentDespite three sites! that are acceptable thinking for us: we J-ubllc-both pro and con per
neither of which wouldbe didn't have any elected officials the right to Its opinion, and l SFJC In the six basic coursesof expected.

many advantages, local governmentIn tation, road construction, health and we'/ar: more than 3 or 4 acres, we wouldn't need any he expresses the wish that which the all common credit program students Noting that application

the United States is often inefficient, un- services, crime prevention and detection, pur- and according to the appraised courthouse don't! believe Gene Matthews others privilege"grant of disagreeing me the same with must complete. In all other for enrollment had now climb-
I ed to over 1,200, Dr. Watten-
values either could
necessarily burdensome to the taxpayer, be- chasing, personnel recruitment, and planning. ; wrote this "Imaginary them." We cannot understand courses, traditional grades of barger told the SFJC faculty
wildering to the voter, needlessly overlappingand Those who have a vested interest in archaic cost would as at much the as same$150.000 time remove Interview'* I have had many therefore, why he A, B, C. D, and F will be the estimate in his office had

duplicative, a refuge for the spoils system, and burdensome aspects of local governmentare forever that much tax- contacts with him and unless would deny The Telegraph an used been for around 300 students

and in many cases an invitation to corruption. All not going to preside, willingly, at the dis- able property from the tax there has been a radical expression of its' opinion on In these six basic coursesI for the opening' term.
this is well documented in a recently released solution of their own jobs. Reform will come only rolls. On the other hand. I ('hinge!': In his nature, I don't the same grounds that decisIons I a total of 18 semester He also pointed out that

report by the Committee for Economic Development when an aroused public, whose taxes flow to understand that It U -.iti- believe he U capable of beingas of elected officials should hours], students achieving SFJC will fill a specific and

(CED). support outmoded, inefficient, and, too often, mated that the site chosen Is ruthless and as contemptuous not be challenged by the required standard of per- special need In this area
of public officials, who newspaper that Is formance will receive an A.
appraised at only $118.000 caused by the continued reduction
The CED makes some revolutionary proposal corrupt government, demand something better. and Is 3 to 5 times as large have been duly elected by
for sweeping changes, probably too revolutionary -.christian Science Monitor and Is now tax exempt.I malorltv vote, as the editorial decisions of the Board had Those not reaching these freshman classes at most of

to stand any chance of adoption. But the recollect that just a short indicates:! I think "the the status of laws which are ftandards will be awarded an the state's universities.The .
fact that its committee for Bradford lolce Is Jacob's voice, but the to be obeyed in abject submission X which will be a recommendation -
mere improvementof The County Telegraph time ago the Bradford County of new Junior college( opened -
hands are the hands with no one daring for continuation !in
management in government felt impelled to Telegraph had some glowing Its fall term Thursday
to challenge those
or question the until
Esau. course
do so indicates the gravity, of the problem. oPID4' Established 1879E. :praise for another groupof Decisions.rBeing: met. In Gainesville.
I guess it 1)not) necessary
elected officials for their
Without a doubt, many services provided by '4 MATTHEWS: ( good stewardship in saving! for me to /any that I feel 1 that 1II"OOd citizen In This new grading! procedure This Is NATIONAL 4-H
local government could be more effectively Editor and Publisher around $30000 [II be'leve! the majority of three madean our book does not require springs from the philosophy CLUB WICK-a time for recognizing
handled by a larger unit of government. Rather r that was the figure!Of excellent decision I also! carte blanche approval of the that SFJC will be a "col- 4-H in the community -
than abolish the smaller local unit by con solid arftlon Q tq Florida'. Oldest Weekly course, that economy affected believe that their decision actions of all elected officials lege of success" rather than, ALL young people
annexation or some other scheme, we be- q_ Isis Newspaper Published Con- a different set of people was based on what they con- Newspapers we feel' failure, and is designed! to between 9 and 19 can JOIN
a practical solution would be either for /'9r4QT' MiMtheitd.PublUhed thiuowly. fnder the Same than the people who allegedly sidered In the best Interest of have the same right to disagree encourage satisfactory com- 4-H and if you're over 19 you
the majority of the citizens ( that Mr. Johns seeks! pletion of the A
will be adversely affectedby common pro can help by becoming
'.: of government to band together for
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Each Thursday and Entered .. Second Klass: relocating the courthouse.It and in keeping with the anticipated for hlm.'lelf.1A gram. LEADER. Call or write your
services for them to trans-
pertain common or Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. seems that the difference : progress and growth County Extension Office

'<. services better handled in a broader context Under Art of March S, 1879. now has to do with "whoseox of our county. ClMitlled Ad la the TELEGRAPH : PlMtto Notebook 'JJO at the and offer ;your belp.-or bet-
>Alt he next higher level of government. also )like to say ter In and haft with
would yet. top
Is being gored. or couldit I ;
In Trade Area: 1 Vr. fS.SOj, e Mo. ''.00. brine reemta. TELEGRAPH.:
'&Some think that a larger unit of government that I believe the other two the agents. .
Outside Trade Ar.a( 1 Yr. Ml, 6 Mo. J.J3.. be whose pocketbook being __ w_,
Cfflald better handle such things as schools, sanlJ affected. members of the Board of

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I Keystone Indians' ing position with\ first and
A new ordinance providingfor _
By Mary Schaeffer to the 7-yard lino.
a garbage collection feewill I dropped a heartbreaker goal on

Phone 473-1127 be piesentrd" for approval __ the Greenville Indians at Two plays later Stephen

; I at the October 11 meetingof _GreenvlllB last Friday! night Brokas scored on a plunge

the Keystone Heights L by a score of 7-6. from the one. The kick by

MISS LONG HONORED the dining room was centered City Council ,, 7- _g 4 ._. ______ Plagued by penalties the Glenn was unsuccessful and
AT BKIUAL, SHOWER with a lovely flower arrangement City Attorney Berwick An. 4 4 Indians were able to hold Keystone trailed 6-7 with

I Mrs R. N. Sunderland was : and a cut-slnss tei'! 'on was Instructed at a Greenville scoreless until a 2:36: left in the quarter.

hostess at a lovely bridal punch bowl was at one end. special mectina last week to roughing-the-klcker penaltyIn Fumbles' and penalties continued -

mower for bride-elect Mary from which Mrs. John Whe- prepare: the ordinance pro- the third quarter revitalized \ to harrass the Indians

Ann Long of Starke. whose lan poured for the guests. vlJ'lnu:!' a fcp of $1 25 per I I the Pirate offense with a and the game ended with no

uMtdmt. to Daniel Pater III Sandwiches cakes and can- month for residential service -II 4th down and 3 on the Indian further serious threats from

vill be an event of October 1. dies were In various dishes of and $4 for commercial I -- .1 4 4tr,. 31-yard: line. either team and the ball

The !shower was at the Sun- diver or cut alass. Councilman George E l.a-I The Pirates chose to run in Gicenville's possession moments -

rtr-land home on Monday TEEING OFF Rue. who originally proposedthe the ball and picked up after a pass interception. !!

pM-ninn. Sept. 26. Special On Thursday. Sept :22!:!, the fee." !said the new system enough" for a first down. .

'nens were the bride-to-be." Keystone Heights Women's would raise' approximately 1 Three plays later on) a long asked to comment
'1"! mo her." Mrs. Eugene! 1\1.1! Oolf Association started its $4 !SOO per year" and sunr- Old > Field Pond Up To Old TricksIs /gain around their own left on the game. Coach Les Rho-

Lone Jnd her two llirand-j! first Team Match Play of the (rested It as n means of re- end. they ended up with an- den said. "There's not muchto
mother" Mrs. E C. fAll The matches' "" the
season. llpvlne some of the burdenof I other first and1 goal on say on a loss like this. We

Mrs E J. Dowling all of are being! played on three the nd valorem taxpayers I II history repeal:: itjielf., Senv cottage on) Old Field Old Field has risen several Sand Pond has risen over Indian 8-yard line. should have!! won. Mistakes

Starke Also the mother of | consecutive Thursdays. with' bringing back the flood conditions I pond. The house Is not occu-1 I feet.Mrs. 12 feet since the outlet was Two plays later the Pirateshit !hurt us. We had to give up

the aroorn Mrs. Dan Pater. | teams of three" playing;' 18 of 1946 when Old, pied at present as Mr. Seay I Clemens says that the opened but has not yet pay-dirt with Porter carry the ball only one time as a.

Jr. rhe grandmother of In"': holes. The ladies were given Field Pond overflowed! its lives' in Knoxville, Tenn. and water level in Old Field Pond:! started overflowing! Into Half! insr on a 7-yard sweep result of our own Inability to

rroom. Mrs. Dan Pater Sr..1| the privilege of naming their Fran Livingston. 0. banks. covering Highway 100 visits here only occasionallyAt has risen six or seven feet Moon Lake.Fortunately. around loft end. The kick move the ball. All other

of)f Lynhurst N. J. and ani( teams. A mixed Bost Ball Shot. near Hillcrest and necessitating -! right Mrs. Lena Clemens since the heavy rains starting the area has for the extra point was good times were caused by penalties

aunt of the groom Mrs. John The winning team Thursday fain Tournament and Cover' rebuilding the road? I who operates a nursery last spring. It has stopped not had any hurricane rains< and Keystone trailed 0-7 fumbles! or peso( Inter

M. Wlielan. Jr. of Summit with 6 points: TRES ed-Dish supper highlighted: I In photo at left. rising, at Hlllcrest, Is hown removing rising since an outlet was this fall. If this happened. with 5:20: left in the third 'ceptions.! Overall it was a

N.J.Other BRAVOS. Vonclle Ketch. 2 the monthly eet-topether" of water Is shown lapping at plants from her greenhouse opened into Sand Pond but the flooding would reach disaster period. /Rood team effort. I was especially -

tmesis were Key- points: Lucille Starnes. 2: }the members of the Kevstone the doorsteps of the John, !< in which water from has not yet started receding. porportlons. Homer received the kick- pleased with the goal,
stonevs; Mrs. John Rufflnl. Louise Gallop. 2. The next Heights Golf and Country off on the 21-yard line and I
line stand l made in the first
Mrs Gay Livingston. Mrs. team. with 4 points: Oo-Oet- Club on Sunday afternoon. returned it to the India n,,' "

Harold Sutton. Mrs. Oeorg ters. Eva Hall. 0. Vesta Alk- :Sept'; 25. First Low Gross: I Keystone OES Mrs. Reed Will Mrs. Esther Griffis 33. A sustained'' drive culml- quarter.

Schaeffer. Mrs. Frank linen. en. 2: Jan: Batts. 2. The next Marshall; Gallop. 40. and May natlnsr with a 33-yard pass Rhoden has initiated a

Mrs. Chavles Tolford, Mrs. team with 2 points: BLAST- Henderson.:! 47. First Low Plans Two Events NEWS NOTESBy Attend MeetingOf Final Rites from Mickey Brokas to Moon ,came: award for the most ag-

Joe Wallace. :Mrs.! Hazel ERS: Freda Wyman. 2. Keystone in threa en- cresslve player on defenso.
Net: A tie Wat Harden-I For Early Fall Helen Egan Bank WomenMrs. At Loner BranchMrs. put a
Clark and Mrs. Everett Fox Eileen Lee. 0: Fran Chess- berth and Mary Brokas. 20); and one for his counterpart

Several' interesting games Ington 0. Last team-but not and Erma Rushton and John,I i At its regular meeting; on Josephine Reed casher Esther Griffis 8fi family.
were played after the many the least -THE POOPERS: Hammond. 29. Second Low of the State Clarence Hldhsmlth 1 a ore Award" goes to Johnnie
September 20 the Keystone IIOMEMAKEKS; : CLfB: Keystone widow of Elisha Oriffis. died
.cifts had been unwrapped with 0 points: Pansy Hawes. Net. Velma Menzen and Don Heights Chapter 279 OEd The Keystone Heights Bank will be a delegate to Sunday at her home In patient in the Alachua Oen- Moon\ for his outstanding of-
I lve play and Mike !Miir-
and admired. en.
0; Velma Menzen 0; and Shackleford. 30. Third Low' had as a guest Mrs. lone Homemakers Club met Sep- the 44th annual convention Starke after an extended illness rval Hospital in Gainesville.
thee defense. Moon
The refreshment table In I Net, Eileen Lee and Bland Keene. Associate Grand Matron tember 21 in Clay Electric of the National Association' Mrs. Art Wheeler underwent on, accounted -
for 110 yards on -
Ware. 31N'OMXVS. of the Grand Chapter of conference room for the first of Bank Women. Inc.. Oct. She was born In Highlandon surgery this past weekat
and made 12 tackles.
CI.VB PLAN'S Florida. She was making an meeting of the fall season. 9-13, In New York City. Dec. 29. 1879. the daughter Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. Murrhee accounted for 18

OPEN HOrSE official vi-.lt as deputy for New year books were distributed More than 800 women officers I of the late Gadson and Oscar Whitehead Is ,
I ,:.r I" '_' The Keystone Heights; the Worthy Grand Matron of and a round table; of banks throughoutthe Vlnnle Oriffia Wilkinson. A etill In Jacksonville receiving I

;:. Woman's Club's annual open I Grand Chapter. discussion held on the theme! country are expected to resident of Starke for the treatment as an out-patient. A newly developed; "weakness -

..I'I "' "to The Most Convenient house will be held this year i, Around 70 guests attended for the year "Values to LHe cttend the meeting In the I past 40 years she was a Sharon Stevens, daughter was found in the Key-
:J \ :' i 'I' at the lovelv new horns of the banquet held in the Community By." For> the first time. the New York Hilton Hotel. member of the Airpark, Bap- of Mr. and Mrs. Archie B. !ftone Defense as' the pirates

Way To Church educational writ- Archie K. Davis president of tist Church. Stevens, will spend the! weekend made long gains around Keystone's -
.... Mr and Mrs Henry Schuher I club has a theme song:
..... on Clover Lane In Keystone l building before the meeting.The ten by Mrs. Helen Egan and I'I the American Bankers Association Surviving are three daugh at the home of her par- right defensive end.

Bank I s From Heights. Sunday af I chapter is planning a dedicated to Mrs. Margaret will be among the ters. Mrs. R. H. English, Mrs. ents on Lake Serena. Sharon This and the fumbleltls' virus

[(; rn :. I II'IIC Oct. 2. from 3 till 5 rnool1'l' Taste Supper In October. and Nelson, the county agent at featured speakers. E F. Conway and Miss Mar entered FSU this year as a that still plagues the Key-
'I freshman.Mr. stone offense) will probablybe
Your Car I Friends members, a Style Show in November. the family night dinner in The association was founded tha Oriffis: three sons Rev. <

:::.": their husbands:! are cordUlly Definite dates will be an- Green Cove last June. in New York City In 1921 E L. Oriffls. Gadson Grifllx. and Mrs. Jack Edward major Items Coach Rho-(
(,! len will take
and has Jinkins are the proud par- up this week In
Invited to meet new officers' nounced later. Hostesses for the refreshment now more than 5.200 and John Edwin Griffis
I members located in all 50 all of Starke 11 ents of their first born Jack preparation for his meeting
nf the club. and to visit with hour were Mrs. Her : grandchildren.
Parking problems disappear you old acquaintances as well as !i New FacilitiesFor man Roehl. Mrs. H. E. Barnes states! Canada and several and 22 great-grandchil David born Sept. 17 2 p. m. with the Hastings Spudaters

save time and trouble when you use I to greet newcomers to our and Mrs. Albert Lagasse. foreign countries. Women Maternal parents are Mr. there Friday night.

our convenient Drive-In Banking Service. I area. I Gold HeadThe New members at this meet- were a rarity in banks in dren.Funeral services were held! and Mrs. H. G. Berttnet of

Just drive up to our outside teller's win- I ELEVEN COMPLETE Ing were Mrs. Mattie Smith 1921. but today two-thirds! of at 2 p. m. Tuesday In the Jacksonville. Paternal parent -

dow, and make your deposits or withdrawals DRIVER corusEMembers has entered Florida into! Park a contract Board Mrs. Detha Hickey, and Mrs. all bank employees are women Airpark Baptist Church with Jink*ins are of Mr.Melrose.and Mrs. D. S. KEYSTONEDriveIn

of the Woman'.4Club Aimie Deegan representing every facetof Rev Lacy Conway and Char-
without leaving the seat of
ever with
Triest Construction Co. Mrs. Nancy Hudson of Theatre
Mrs. Deesan and Mrs the industry. Membershipis Icy Ree.se, minister officiating ,
your car! This is just one of the many are grateful to Deputy of Keystone Heights for construction to all who Galne.svlllp spent, several
the open women err .
Hkkf'Y111 represent
ways that we try to make banking here Charles of Sheriff's Eisele. a safety officer of-, of additional facilities club at the Leadership! Train- officers of their banks. and Interment was In the family days last week with her niece. FrI., Sat.. Sun.
easier; and for at Gold Head BranchState includes Mr. and Mrs. Olynn Roth- Sept. 30-Oct. 1 25115003
more pleasant you Alachua County for a most. ing program: In Green Cove a number of bank plot In Long Branch ,
Park at a low bid !af presidents.Mrs. hammer and family.
Cemetery under direction of
on Oct. 3.
Interesting Informativecourse
$22.58!) 109!)
Troop Scouts
Boy spent
SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS of Driver Improvement The project, was authorized On Oct. !5\ the Clay County Reed Is former chair DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Sunday afternoon at a small
which they sponsored clubs: will have their fall tour' man of the Jacksonville Home. Active pallbearers wereA. I
by the State Cabinet and lake 1E0II8E
practicing swimming for
Group of this R. Johnson Charlie Wil :
at the Deaf and Blind SchoolIn association
KEYSTONE{ STATE BANK At the conclusion of the will consist of the swim
campers' convenience meet to be held atj t I
In Augustine. Members which Includes. In addition lams Buck Alvarez. Raymond -
I last session Councilman building providing/ the University of Florida I
I II will me"t at Ballard's Storeat to the Jacksonville area, St. I Hall Johnnie Birden. >
Georue: LaUue presented official showers! toilet facilities, and Swimming. 1.1 I
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. 8:50: s. m. for transportation. '\URUKtlne. Fernan 'ina Beach. and Leroy OliveMELROSE! I pool, Oct.
cards crrtlfvinfr! completion foundry tubs. Claude Martin served" ,'1'I'

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly of the course to the Palatka Green Cove Sprint.Orange ( '. .T..T..TT TT" ; freshnvnts after the swim I I
Park and 1
followiiiK "Students": Mrs' A workshop mooting will beheld Rev-tonc I
Community. Ort It at. the homeof lIezht.sStarlingMoring!: !
Mary Holt. Mrs Sara McDonald '
Mrs Verne IIEI-P WANTED put time.
Huckert :\otrslKhlva
the Mrs! Roehl. \ Roddy McDonald,
Mrs Irene Williams.rMELROSE president.
j Nelson, Mrs Mute Contact :Mr Touchton at
in preparation for the bazaar Tuesday WeldDon't
Bird l. Mrs! Marllvn Jiffv Food !Store. Keystone
(Ill Dee 3.I'F'tI.V'SIIIP.
Mrs Nettle ':! RUfflnla'l Rv. Sally RothhatnmrrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Height. No phone rails. Itpi
I ('I t'R Mrs Alberta Oliver of Mel-
1 nml. Ic SunriTland.! \
; '
The monthly fun-same! daY rnMe nnnrxinrps the encasement "
Mrs. ;7Sles. 23 at. of her daughter D-
was enicypd "n Sppt >nnaStarllnx.
hubpr1IONKLLAS: DupUcate Bridge News Miss The Terrific13OOOO
Ft' Anne'" parish house. Tak- to Walter HarrisMoving
: HOLD tat place- Mrs. E B. Ooss
Inc: part on the programwere son of Mr. and :Mrs.
(-||.\RTF.K NIGhT and Mrs R P. Hollis. 2nd
BUSINESS DIRE CTORY M i';. "tit! t.t Loebeck Geol'ltetorln: ;? of Gaines
I Members of the Keystonelieiht.s 'Ith a costumed reading ville. place Mrs. Emory Cooper $ BonusBONANZA
Llnnellas declared and 1\11'11. R P. Vo h. 3rd
rnd Mis Sherman with
wpddiiiR! : will take .
Ihplr September meotliu to place--tied-Mrs. Paley Boyd
APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE; STOKE:: I "b<. Charter Night. Anyone sOngs learned while she was! place Wednesday: Oct. 5. at 7 and Mrs. John Strawn-.-Mrs.!
:a missionary in Japan. A p. m. In the" Melrose Methodist
joining, at or before that meet- W. J. Orolick and Mrs Phil
T V Service Center KEYSTONE THE BLUE PINES : IIIK ore considered Charter memorial poem to the lute Church. A reception will I<1'omer. !
Thomas Flnlev was read by follow at
home of the
members. They are: MittleIlaynes The Community ChurchWomen
BEAUTY SHOP Package Store &
3m K. T1IIES. Proprietor 1 Mrs Dorothy Sherman. bride.
Irene Huzhe.s, LurlleMassn will hold a rummage
Edith Johnnon, Owner C'OCKTI.01TSm Finns will be made for
Kitty McQlave. Dot( All friends of the couple]' sale' In Keystone Heights
Authorized Motorola Phllco mas-1
Personal !9) A.1I12 P. M Except i I the propo.spd Halloween 'I You
Open are invltPd to attend theoddtng May Already Be A Winner
Sales and Service Nooney. Jane Redfearn. Carolyn Oct. 6-7-8 from !9) a. m. to 5
& Creative Sunday c-uerade party in late Of to-]
Rhorien. Nell!) White. \\ and reception. m. on Highway 21,
p. across .
Service On AU Make .
Hair Styling Dance Kvery Saturday Night I ber. when the luncheon and I '- .
Helen Wildt. Jo Wildt. Dot I from the Post Office and
TV RADIO STEREO Individual Beauty C'nro 4. MILES':"' F.\'IT!' OF business meeting Is held on ..T..TTT ...... 1 '
Wlna ns. Frlythe Jackson. and I Banner Store. In the new Diy
COLOR TV Every Form of Beauty Culture KEYSTONE; 1fF.IHU'rR i I Oct. 6 at 12 noon In the I
Mary K. Schaeffer Cleaning. Building.The I
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5: ; Communltv Church educational -,
I It was decided that It: INDIAN BEACHLake j PITA of Melrose High
Ktystome! Heights. 473-1S31 Closed MondayKpY"hme building.! ., .
REAl. ESTATE would be more friendly and I School will have a Car-Wash,
Height 478-4801 I COMMUNITY; CHt'RCIIOctober
!sociable to meet at the var- Oct. 8 at 10( a. m. at Chl.rp-:
Auto Sales & Service LAKE LOTS 2 is Rally Day for I ( Santa Fe) 3 CycleWASHER
DRAG; LINE WORK ious homes rather than theClny phi Service Station In Melrose -:
Lake Geneva (9500 (tTermzlLake ) the Sunday School when I -
Electric Co-op Conference .., Mr. Jack F. Miller' Sr. one In Johnson and one
Brooklyn $3500 (Terms) achievements of the past '
UNDERWATER Room. The next meeting at Florahome. ,
Trailer Lots $500: up (TermslnRTO.O ) year and plans for the ne'a \' .4A4AAAAAAAAAAAA4IAAAAaSay. ___.. -
WEED CUTTING( ;\ !-. BROKF.ltAPPRAISAL I I will be held at the homeof I IP roUewed. Sel''lces1111 Wednesday. Oct. 12 the f ; \

Complete Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN ALL TYPKS: I SERVICE Mrs[ Charles IKittvl Mc- tart at 9:30 the educational did you know I just fast Quarterly Confersnce: _ _ Only
: ,
a. m. in
Druic Line Work Associate'<< .: O'nve' on Lakevlew Drive,, nearly did not make It o.\ck I vlll be held at the Educational _ '
t. C. OAHDNKR: Mrs.! M. Ilgen. 473-481A Wednesday evening. Oct. 5,, A nurse- this week? I hope you wilt Building at Melrose
"H It's For A Volkswagen ry is available for :3 I and 3 $7.83
We Have It." Phone 064-0074 Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4152 at 8 o'clockI'E.WE sear olds during Sunday forgive me for not reportingour :Methodist Church. at 7:30: p. Month
KSSXY: NOTES local news this week but, m Every member of this
S.E.McKay Realtor School and
Church hours.
Always: Plenty of Good Used I Watch for notices on the PFRSONLS I r beg to editorialize just a church has a voice In this

Volkswagens In Stock Electrical Sales!' & Service KEYSTONE HETGHT3 Peace Essay! Contest sponsored bit In the Interest of state conference MATCHING!
Mrs. Alma Frost has returned -i
Phone 473-4814 bv Lions International on : and national laws. It per- People who like to eat and

GreeD Cove Springs. 284-9209 Yeoman's Electrical """ the Post Office Bulletin!) I after spending the chanced to be my luck to get talk! There will be a covered DRYERSOnly
summer in Illinois and Mas-
Sales & Service Jm!=\TAURANTSBeidler's "i I Board thp City Hull Bulletin!! l 11\[\ch u..tts. caught In the wrong place: at II dish Supper Oct. 9, 5:30: p. _

I Board and the Library Bulletin the wrong time this past m. In the fellowship Hall at
AUTO SERVICE Frigidaire Appliance Holiday Board. At a meeting of I Friends and Lake Santa Fe weekend. I hope that by re- Melrose Methodist Everyone t
Maytag WisheriKING'S the Board of Directors the will miss Charles l biting It to
yoU that I may is Invited to come And
Zenith and Motorola TV RestaurantUnder And Pat Pardce as they move $C.50
I Keystone Lions! compiler a save some of "middle of the b'ing a dsh! for several Stagier }atera New list of names from whom' oon to their new Lake Geneva state" folks ** Per Month
Service Station Ownership I' home (Hike myself] esl of food and join In this
adjacent Ba-
OIL PARKDC9: they will select judges for the to from th-
P. O. Box 168 MelroM! lcr's possibility I fai-ed. fellowship. 14.2 Cu. Ft.
USED CARS AT Phone 475-2J71 I Fine! Food Moderately ?rlee
BARGAIN PRICES OPHIT 7 DAYS WEEKLY Frank O. Slaughter I Dr'l Hirlow Fuller of Park-of- tate that our good Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harrisof RefrigeratorNo

Full" Ulnnttr" r.unrti author of best-sellers!) Colonel the-Palms has been a patient. County Telegraph has failedto Welaka spent Sunday visiting _

ELECTRIC NURSERY;; : Ala Oartft Italian FomlaFIZZA Emma VOl el. Dr Albert In Bradfor-i County Hospital notify us of the recent tm- with her parents. Mr.

PIES/ Holt. Mavor Al Nelson; and after surgery in Jicksonvillareveral law ( Frost) _
AND ACETYLENE: posed on the gathering! and Mrs. R. M. Cason. Ralph _
O.C.Carnes Nursery BEER Miss Gertrude Housor. / weeks ago. He expected of sea oats.) It seems one Cason. their son of Pain tka

WELDINGMKLR08E Iliwjy 100. Florahome-23 I L Block Nnrth of Hud Light The October 10 dinner to return home this week. could RPt Into much less visited with them Sunday, Only

4752131MELROSE Miles SE of SUrlte K Y'STO"E'EIGHTS eetlng> of the Keystone :Mrs. Bernard Slocomb Is trouble by sew\ in? a few wild

Heights Lions Club will be in ctlll a patient at the Medical oats than by being caught also.Mrs.
Dock TUon. Mrs.
Nursery Stock -ThousI I USED CARS honor of the Old Monarch Center In Gainesville and fathering one sea oats! So $1 "I .
I Oene MM Blllv
Sapp. !
& Fruit further tests for and Per :Month -_ I
ands of Plants and. Charter Members. Mon- are planned my story goes.- we pulled off
Singleton, leaders of Brownie
WE HAVE GOOD I next week.Mi's.
Trees to choose from. Nice .irchg are Tommy Mllllcannnd one those little unidentifiedroads !

Auto: ServiceRichard Shade Treee Evergreens Used Cars and Trucks I I1 Gene Williams charter I Daisy Hall has returned In the vicinity of Ma- Troop Neighborhood 157 attended Scout the meeting UBA DISCOUNTAPPLIANCES

& Landscape Plants. AH At Sating Prices Members are Eddie Elena to Keystone after beIng [Contlnijer1 On Ne ', Pagel \\I'JIEELER'S'
in Gainesville recently.Mrs.
Jonra. Prop We'll let It For You I
In containers -plant anyor.b1 end Julius Hanson. ,: away for over ten months

Owner J. L. Motors time. Camellias & azaleas. If We Don't lUve It I CTB SCOUT NEWS She enjoys! visitS from friends Ellen Creed and son

1 Vernon Buff Garage I IIfwt. The first meeting of the os! she is unable to walk very Chip have returned home to
I I II I A ("I".lft..1.1 l In the TELE4Jl1.l'II -
za4ciy: Let m do roar laochcaplnv. Fall season of Den No. 1 of f.but. I is null lar from < Sumter\ S. C. following. a visIt Highway 21 Between' Keystone Heights l and

lOt Keyktona lifts. I I be-I i ) bring re..llta. I here with h.T /sister. Mr lrose--Phone '475.2401.

;..L Phone 681-5663 473- 4370 ('Continued on a*'.,, pare) .(Continued, on next pd&'e, and Mrs. Gene Sapp and s

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; SrFT. ,", 1968 BRADFORD cotTNTT !ELEGR.IPTT. "TA....... PLOR111. rAGr. NTNE
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r- Trtest. ]rrsnfc: Bailey, Timmy man. Den mothers are Jean man Kttty McQlave has l launched -! who has been In Viet Nam NunJNor I open both hours], 1st and :3rd Sundays' 0.30 A I "I i, I ,'HI"_ i "if r nf ,i hi.in I'
4 J "J i Mr nlf illr '
EYSTONE Murrhee, and Robbie Par: Methvln and Pat. Wlngate.Zackery : her 1966-67 drive and for 6 months, was In Tokyo NEWS NOTES I M, I mil spry open I Cl1UJ".::1. I nr l b .'i ..I.. III I.urr.' '
sons.Den Andrews of the Boy wants the community to; for a few days rest We I Presbvlerlnn School!. 0'JO A. M "Holy Eu :1 ''I1MI, :: It ,,::l :i I rI.I .:., 'I! "I"I,:Mill: ,: With I I I
No. 1 meets each Monday wondering !l Faith, Presbyterian Church ohail.st, Sam. each Sunday" 'n il\ i ,id ml i" iiii.ntliM' from
couldn't help
HILITES Scouts Is' Den Chief. Den No know that not Just parents .. ,
,, I
ul llcalun
In 'ilil '.r ''II fret i> > -
J. R Neale Jl mtnte
afternoon after school. 2 meets each Thursday afternoon but everyone who has any Interest his little "vacation" wasn'tsomewhat --R The boys of Cub Scout Den In the school, should marred by all ol I IFrom Preceding Pasel '. VI-* W. A W'1.lIat', organist each Sunday. ETC 6'j: P. M ,01 r ,itim.iiul, niiiHt h" In wrltlnw, r

I (From Precedlnz: Page No.2, Pack 305, met for the Den No. 3 met Tuesday belong to PTA. Students are the reported: misery causedby tug a. shut-in She has a ; Mrs. Carl Swisher, each Sunday. ,ri-Nlrlini mil,, ,runt/ and state] 'poet the office plug adIIKIIH or- ,

second time on Thursday nfternon. Sept 20, at the working to see what home- the several typhoons wealth of things\ to tell visitors summer organist. Dully offices of Morningand ;: >f tin::' claimant and must I II.
Jb Pack 305 was held Mon- afternoon, Sept. 22. at St. Anne's home of Mrs. Roy L. Turk- room can get the largest Mr and Mrs. R R. Haynes as she has lived hero Sunday &'houd. m Evening Prayer 8:00: A IK nwi.rn! to by th.- claimant

ti-. SePt 19, at the home Parish House. They engaged rett Jr on White Sands number of memberships. NOT of Orlando were visiting Mr. BS far back as when the CCC Morning Won ship, 11 a. m. M. and 5:00: P. M. ilx It will.1If..I.. become, or hi*void. .attorney accurdlnir or I 4 I:

the Den Mother Mrs. PhilK. in crafts. tying in Lake Tuesday, after School the largest pl'I''entagebut( rind Mrs. Jack Methvin and l lays> wer building Gold Head Sunday [Nursery open both to liiw. I

Parsons. The CUbsde with the theme of the month, I Is the regular meeting time I the largest number of members. family on Peach Street last Branch State Park. Her doc- hours. August Ilit' lAtfg.
gold-dust pouches in "The 49-ers" Attending the of Den No. 3. Present were If Mr. and !Mrs!! Jones werk. The Haynes are Mrs. tor husband was one of the I i Ir rut. 10"- .11 'h..l.:/.t rut, nr. Lovy Lennon
-I.'pl: canal! i\ M u> roll mii>i'onii. .1f'O' MVV: r.t.NNON
fcmectloii with the theme of meeting were: Billy Bfftin. Co-denners Bruce Brannon have three children In school I Mfthvlns' parent Five-year- directors. St. Anne's RPv. V. WWorstall :too"M Kl.lllllllt.In A'lmlniiiirutar' / of the "I0:..IlalOr t
t month "The 49-ersi"', and Bret Cole, Stove Nelson, und Larry Turknett. Kevin their membership! can count old Tenet Methvin accompanied Herman DrL con of Crystal vicar; II. O. Copeland ,ro, : i I"tnh': > ...I'III"v: T.rli- Mnry 'lemon. deceased
fayed various games. Those Darrell White. Don Wlngata, Bannon, Terry Davis Steve for each child although they her grandparents when Lake anl! a former Keystone "", 11",1" I INOTJI'K THOMAS: //to PIRHCH2t :
orgajust. : 'PO (rillMHTOniAlk : : ( -e North Tiimple Ave.Hiiirko. .
I attendance were: Barryd Joey Rlrlfs. Mike Ketch and Just their $1 once. Membership they returned to Orlando
and Methr Ashton. Lester a pay ] resident hAS returned from rri-ill" ."i'H, .(if the "tnli-" nf KinrldaAttorn" "
| Jimmy Andrews Gnn-y vln. who is "denner,"' and his; pvospecth: member, Leon 's 50c per person. So 'However. before they went to n two-month visit In NewJersey Morning Prayer and Ser' .Mury L'ni". ,,1",1> an h'>rrhv '- )'.i fur. Adtnlnlntratur
\\1 Dana Ooetzman Donny /usslstant denner, Kevin \Vy- Kldaught.! If you are an aunt an uncle Orlando they drove to Tam I And Rhode Islnnd. mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays nr.llil.'il. and i....iiilr| ."il t lo Firm pulilk-ntlnn on Sept. Sib
9:30 [ I rile ,rln non .", il I, in.indMuhiih IflHtl.
'here toured Busch : a. m. nursery open I nnv "
All members of nil dens of or a grandparent of a ra they I
bringing with him his bride ,lln,, >\ in.iv" hiiv IIR.,ilnxt ale school child, look for him tocome Oar ens. Holy Eucharist and sermon
Cub Scout Pack 305 will meet: or a month. He and the former -
Easy To Own Thursday. Sept 29. at 7 p. knocking!! on your door Sorry? to hear that Dick Marian Rusting of Palm

m. at the City Hall. Jack The winning home-room and Dee Spence-Thomas Springs. Ca'if were married
Bannon Is Cub Master. croup receives $10 award. mid their two boys had: : move on Sept. 3 In Newport. R. I For tops in entertainmentthe

LOMGCHAMP HOMES I The theme for this year Is Incidentally the first two ed to West Palm Beach. Wfc I After a cross country tour to

I "Follow the Rugged Road." memberships were sold' to, understand that Dick la employed I her former home at PAlm "Magic 3". .
of. which September's sub- Mayor Al Nelson and his at General Electric ..
I Springs, the couple will reside -"
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there. "- -- "' --- ; -If
Custom Built I theme Is "The 49-ers and I wife Loule. Waly and Millie I in Keystone In the former :
October's will be "Vaudeville.: Muhlhofpr grot memberships Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Tomes Mn'mgren home. r': "l'" I. 1

All boys! 8 to 10 years are No. 3 and No. 4: ?Neither rou- were in Savannah. Oa. last! Mrs TdA Gentry and dall
||Your Plans Or Ours .,eligible\ to join this worthwhile ple has children in school. "weekend on a business and ter. LIllian. of Lnkp Geneva --6'': :_'' ,, 4. t
organization, and much Capt. and Mrs. Richard Lov- pleasure trip. I recently visited overnight with & _. J .. :
Your Lot Or Ours I Mrs. Barry: Schrlefer of 1 .. I.
worthwhile activity has beenphtnned orn bought the next two Mrs. Catherine Green at ( ..... '
'" I
Elm nt. N. Y., and Mrs. Carl! J r :.- ,
for the memberships and. if ,,
months we are
Jacksonville Bcich /
They )
HOME: : IMPROVEMENTS I ahead. not mistaken they no longer Palazzoto of Tarrlngton arenow' J ./ '--';;' "' ; -=- ,I
I preparing for a real VAC- 'i 4.:3" 4.-
REMODELING ALTERATIONS NF.WIJI.: SCIIEimESPo. have children in Keystone Conn. are visiting Mr. and
ation trio. stopping! to visit : \ ::1 _. 1jt
tmll jter Oladvs Tlllls' School. So. as you see, this Is Mrs. Eddy Raynor at Lakeside Mrs Gentry's daughter andfamilv. Y -. "' -
"would, like it known that mall a community effort. Cottages for a month IF"J r ,, r=: -: Y
3-BEDROOM the Hurt Busbces of( :: i .y t
HOMES \ .. .. { II\ ,
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Is now dispatched twice :a IIERE 'N THERE The two ladles are Mrs. Raynor's Lnwrencevllle. 0,1 ," ... ,-- ." '1 .

day from the Keystone post Mr. and Mrs. John Ruffinl sisters. Mrs Gentry irises! that r; i i ( /. fr >. :ill II.I. .

FOR SALE NOW office. : 10:20: a. m and S:20: and two daughters have returned -I lls.That who young Is from man Florida named Tll and Mr*. Thomas Flnley's daughter Is*,:. :P>1ti& Ti6l3f<<::;' o( C: -
wisii ,
However r- -
I n m. outgoing mail from a 7 weeks visit has heard from her moth- 0:; Pi* I
Small)) Down PaymentIN should be deposited not later with Mis. Ruffinl's parents writes songs' which he sings! fr And LIIPV reports she Is u". ;;' ::' .i.r..I.: i" oj ojQ
with a nasal twang for errand .
than 10 a. m. and 5 m. Mr. Mrs Brian i < s t'' .
p. and Nation doing fine. An C"xtl'ndl'd'IRlt .' J I
Ole Opry. Is NOT related to t iHf3'/ 'i. .
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PINE RF.EZF. SUBDIVISION AND Mall comes in at 8 a. m of Montego Bay. Jamaica.! I \lth her son Leonard! ,:c--It oJ
far she
our Postmaster so as
EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION and.:! at 4 p. m. Also mall going On Saturday evening, Sept. knows. We Just knew he was. ttamm. In: Clevelind. T"nn, FM/AM RADIO..STEREO HI-FI. a

to Lake Geneva Putnam 24. VI RldauRht, one of the. though, when we saw him will help her to adjust to the
Hall and Florahome goes twin daughters of Mr.{ and repent loss of her husband:
with Porter W lfioner
Contact out at 4 p. m. Mrs. Harold Rldausht. was Saturday afternoon ort TV. The Robert Fen-ells antli'lll1tp and COLOR-TV

.Your postmaster and her pleasantly surprised. She was an extensive, tour of .,. ,. "
BUFORD MITCHELLOffice Perhaps the Tlllls name Ismore \ % c ;r.:.r
staff are constantly alert to invited to dinner at the widespread than the New England/ States and! : /
Phone 969-3281: P. O. Box 238 think of ways to serve you home of Mr. and Mr!'. Carl- knew. we ''on into Cnnada They will i>:f

I 140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.We better. and Keystone Heights ton Paul of Hillcrest. and. We were glad! to hear that sly by let to Hartford C.inn. ? ; 7-'i
is fortunate: in having such ,while there, las r pre-arrang- Martha' for a visit with their son and .'
Tyre Snd.l'Ol1 Matthew
Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are efficient personnel in the edl a long distance-call came had such a wonderfultime family: before continuing! .r rI Ir-/r'j\
nest! of fire. from Tokoyo Japan, from their tour. i
on their trip to Germany
You? If Not JOIN TODAY! "t
: the Paul's who
son. Rodney, s +
this ii
past summer Then II ...
PTA Membership chair Is also VI'S -
fiance Rodney, went to visit Martha's broth

". ... 1 er. Col. Wavne Snrnent,' and tI zlr I A .. avI if ifI
his famllv. who ale stationed
+ w't
Ll I .flh
there Martha sAid that she-
and Matt and Wayne's wife I
I and children' took a 5.000\ S
mile auto trip all over First. Baptist, Rev J. D r *0 v

Europe and It was fabulousWe Bowen pastor; Ralph Cola.1'1.d. *-
organt.t.Worship ,
couldn't help feeling' a

i'r' Conditioning-Heating I Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment little pang of envy considering services : Sunday.
that an occasional trip to 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery

i RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Jacksonville!! U the extent of I openl. Wednesday. 7:30: p m
Cherry' Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT our travels.' Sunday School! 9:45: a. m. selectivity
all stadnn
will full-program
FM/AM/ RADIO bring you ,
,j rt5- Authorized Alrtemp Beauty Academy (nursery open}I. Training Un
Beating &; Air Conditioning Gainesville's Most Fashionable toil, 6:30: p. m. [nursery openl day and night And[ Stereo FM Is the exciting new JM/OVtMALL;
Learn a Professlom In Your Address For Ladle
" in radio
Bound broadcasting.
Spare Time. Full or PArt TimeDrtECSESSUITSCOATS Smith-Corona Authorized INDIAN BEACHFrom Catholic
Commercial I -
",KMtdental A STEREO HI.FI Hot ofler. Greatest: enjoyment to true music ...ELEC1 (CALL-Y.
Dealer St. Wlllianvs Edward A.
-Industrial -FT.
MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES ClaryVlctorTotaUa'i' Kirby, priest in charge. Mrs. luvi-m. It rocrentes: memorable performances' with lifelikerealism
0ale*-Inatallatlon! -Servlo* Low Tuition Terms
Adding Machinal Calculator. ( ; preceding page) E. A. Lamm. organist. for the bent listening.
2702 NE. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave.
U Sunday-Mass' 7:30: a m. COLOR TV makes favorite truly incomparable\ -
Gainesville 372-0714 SALESSERVICE- R'ALI tanzas Fort and to your programs .
l, Gainesville 91A-2TR8 proceeded Monday Inquiry Class 7
7 W University, Gainesville. the edge of the beach to see the ultimate in thrilling sight and sound Tod.iy'a Color- Q"r...
Discuss p. m. Novena and Benediction. '
',. SAWS ; If any folks were catchingany TV sets are brilliant in performance and are priced lowest;
: m.
MOBILE HOMES requirement with us first.
' UJTO SALES&SERVICECHAIN red fish I which was our: ever! because of tremendously incrcamd production and sales. -

A & J Saw 528 N Main St. Gainesville original intent anywavl. Remembering -InterdetnonlnatlonaJCommunity See tie wide selection at your" dealer's now.
Church Dr
JEEP MUSTANG Phone 376-S551 that the fall flower -
& Mower Co. arrangement I had made A. C. Holt minister:; Mrs
Family of 4 Wheel Drive Mobile Homes, I Inc. for our mantle this week George Canova, organist FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY

RAMBLERfunerlca'a Joe Anderson Mgr. PAINT & GLASS needed some filler In the Sunday School 9:30: a. m HELPING BUILD FLORIDA

IIomelHe Chain Saw, Gainesville's Discount Mobile background, I spied those Morning Worship, 11 a.. m.
Finest Economy Car Home Sales Lot lovely oats swaying In a brisk'
SALES AND SERVICE SALES & SERVICE Volume purchases for our enLiddell Paint & breeze. Knife In hand. I decided :

Repairs & Parts All Makes tire chain guarantees! savings to pick a few that had '
pidgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR of many hundreds dollars Glass Co.KYANIZK blown over but still had the

SALES & SERVICE on the quality home of your tips on thom. Just as I had
1133 S. Main choice. : PAINTS rut a goodly handful, a gracious b I

2022 N.E.Phone Blvd.372-3548 Oaln'svlJle./ 4820 N'.,..'. 1.1th ...t.. 411 NorthGainnvillr. ("il.MH-Mlrrora-SMilIn: poor- lady Informed me that
GalnesviUn 972-8131::
378-131 Tuh Fiu-lonurwt-Showrr! Door not only had I committed,
Jiwt Off WaMo" Road!
_Window-! wnincCarprtStreit's 'Th'o CRIME": of the yen! c..svAOUr

B & G Motors Co. I fONCKKTK" : I PKOIHIOS! Motorcyrles-Scoot: rr 9S'al "'nfrnntCDILLACOI.IJI'fOnU. but I done so on FEDERAL I

; .": CanaortsuUatlcn! property! I found out from

SALES fe SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle I Shop Come fast: and furious q'lestlonlngl. -

Fine Selection of Used Curs CONCRETE.: .: PRODUCTS HONDA MOTORCYCLES Jl6 N.W. Sixteenth St / '. It I Is now very much

Taken On Cadillac Trades. ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's Cuvhman' &; Venn Scooter GAINESVILLE 372-8191 against the law for one to,
1 leap tho,..' weeds!. and you do I
2001 N.W. I3th. Kt. 411 Building Durali-BSA-Zundjfpp under threat of a one hundred

PHONE S7B-751S: Supply Inc Motol'cycle-Sall' ft Service SIGNS I dollar fine! It "seemsSome I
chap has the notion

726 S. Main: -37J4RIIGAINESVILLE. Locksmith & Safe Work WILLIAMSInna that these plants protect the I

Performance 818 W. University Ave. f Neon Signs, Inc."Sign sand dunes .so It I Is now unlawful -

SAAB FIJI' inenville: 37fi-77ft1 to cut or reap them.I .

!" rp With Wlllla n,," did appreciate the kindness
ELECTRIC; : \10TRIOTORCYCI.F.( : this Ranger's wife showed I IArrfASllaYass'aMiMUwrYrr/1rrM0'/'isMr"/ "'' W I I.w.
ALKS' AND F.Hle1l PLASTIC-.NEON SIGNS tsar.rn.a..ettreer.raawtraaawae.e
THE me. but It sine stirred my, idtr
CLEAN USED CARS ELECTRIC Saln--Servlce-Malntenance dandruff up a bit Thin! wel ; w.waraa.wr.wa.wat.eswwa
Motor Repair Co.CYCLE SHOP ErectionsAlterations have spt-nt the remal cJe" of 1 4
Oil S. Main Gainesville "Your Designs' or Omnf
the week Investlrcathrr{ this:.,
Of o+lri Ofl..V lln"", Inc NORTON; BULTACO
Phone 378-2133 DUCATI BRIDOEflTONB 2720 N.E. 20th Way matter. To make rnatteueven /
Rl'plLlrl"g.Rewlndlnl' GalnonvUl! more puzzling while the I

;New and Used MOTORCYCLES bays 372-6004 NItea 376-5944:. Ranger's wife warned me. I
I spied him I complete with un- i
Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED: : Complete service &; Part : form badge< and binoculars)I..

Inc. 1030 S. Main GalnMvUla New A Used machine In Block TILES & PAINT well hidden up la the brush '

Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Term : on a higher dune I c'\'nel

TRUCK OMC CENTER Available home determined to got to
FLJNTKOTE TILE the senile of all thi.s.I''om: I With an Impala Sport Coupe. you can get all the comforts: of home, maybe even. morq
PONTIACN.W. FARM! EQUIPMENTSanta : S"l1I .W, 8th Ave ,
the many inquiries we have
Abm to
331) 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville! 378.3660 made we are about to come

372-2583 Fe Tractor, ;MOVERS\ Floor Dl'BALrTB Finishing PAINT-Products would to the Just conclusion be showing that my I 'Evciything new thai could happen.! happened! i

CRANE Inc. ignorance if .
Distance I pushed! this w
LINCOLNMERCURYLong: Drayage GYM; FINISH further.It New styling'that speaks beautifully'for itself. More-things'$o slid -

Authorized Sales & Service Storage Packing Crating seems a number of folks Comfortron automatic} '
than before: A new stereo tape system.
Tile & Paint
XM H. University Gainesville Farm Tractor A Implement Tenney think thV.' perhaps the Range:
better Cruise-i ,
Shipping and air conditioning. Front disc brakes.
Phone 37242MCrane's Ford Industrial Machinery el was hidden In the bushes heating
2222 N.W. 6th 3L -not looking for the could want in a card'
I Imports FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S sea oat lawbreakers Master control system. Plus all power you
Wheel Drive
Gainesville 373-1302 but perhapsturtls to 427 cu. in. available in Chevrolet's exclusive: Turbo-Jet VS.
Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) SALES, PARTS SERVICE MOVING egg stealers? So do not let up
FIAT-HILLMAN Galn vlll. yourself be caurht in thr And, standard with every new Chevrolet, a new road f fed l thanks tQ.

001 N. Main Gainesville 4483 N.W. Sixth & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL predlclment I found myself improved Full Coil suspensiprvV.ou really should.iiee.the newt

Phone 376-2S43: S310 N.E. Waldo Rd. in:; as any lawman will quote
Phone 372-4373 ChCVI01ct.s.Yc SOOn.!
Gainesville 372.4271 you "Ignorance. of the law is
GARDEN SUPPLIES House of Travel I, no excuse." Now you can say

AUTO SALVAGE :MUSIC INC. you DID see it in our good t Iljliilor ai1rkitJ r yi'fTMdeveloped energy-afcsofbing"eerin g'corumrij
brake with warning tight;
cylinder system
local paper and we will have dual master
Johnson & Faris, Inc. LIPHAM MUSIC AIRLINTSfl! none of those "I told you 'Vncrgy-absorbing instrument panel four-way hazard war -}

Paul's Auto Salvage STEAMSHIP! so-o-0-s" I- ting flasher; plus many others..|
, Complete Line of Co. I Inc., R. R.I rGMl _

, We Buy Wrecked Cars At SEEDS-PLANT S- :: at Chevrolet dealers
VAL LTPHAM Hotel! Car Rent L.! A NIFTY BRfXCll IDEA g EvcryHiing neHTsTinppcning non .. your
TOP PRICES I Inaeetlcldes-Pet SnPIMMFERTILIZEKS When planning a brunch for ..
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All Make & Model' PIANOS ORGANS-DRUMS Weekdays 8:30: to 8:0: the girls and you feel stuck for --....-....-..-..--..-.--.-.- --- --= -- 09 (till

Used Parts 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Guitars and Ampllfl what to serve consider 'a "A
Teletype Service-We Will SHEET MUSIC Sat. A to 12. "Creamed Eggs' and Carrots"
224 NW. 8th Ave.
I Find Any Part For You. It's colorful dish, can be BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.
I Gainesville 376-4512 PHONE:-. 372-047 Galneovlll. Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave. kept hot. if things run later ,

I 441 N. Put Stock Yard Ga.merl1lJ4. FU. 372-5353 Gainesville 378-1601 than expected, !and needs only
!salad and desert>! for atccooi- U. S. :.101-NOIJTII: STARKR. FLORIDA I'llONH. ( 9013900l..p"y : (

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