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: August 24, 1967
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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To Discuss SanctionsTeachers

Get Leave Utility Cut-Offs

h IY For FEA GatheringThe I Extended 10-Days

V t Bradford School Hoard unanimously approveda

proposal by Supt. Tom Casey in a special meeting

Tuesday night to grant teachers professional leave I For State

with full pay to attend the Florida Education Association AgenciesBobby

{ meeting in Orlando today.The .

FEA Is holding the

0 r c M first of a series of "professional school education. He added A 10-day extension In
Information days" In Orlando's that teachers had been extremely the cut-off date for de-

... Tangerine Bowl Co cooperative with coun- linquent city utility bills

keep teachers abreast of the ty school officials In the face was granted state agencies
latest In sanctions develop- of a continuing shortage of morningby
V ments. educational funds, which has I
4 the Starke City.Council.A .
"Teachers should be permitted meant little or no improvementin
to go to the conference If submlnlmal salaries Inadequate protest from the 1 local

they so desire. They must be facilities and equipmentand State Road Department office,
kepi Informed If they are to supply shortages. a1R located at 446 W Madison St..

., !,r.J ,' ", make intelligent decisions at. While approving the motionto led to the special I meeting

,." .-' ;... '>., fecting' : education In our county grant!? teachers professionalleave Wednesday morning when' the
," said Casey! in making his to attend the FEA mootIng Council made the first excep-
recommendation to the board. -, the School Board explicitly tion to a rule that City Clerk
Casey noted that even with noted that attendance be made 1'f :Merrill Edwards previously was

ri the state under educational permissive, not mandatorythat told to strictly enforce. A city

/ ., N+ sanctions by the FEA and Is, teachers could go If ordinance says a utility customer -
i _". a.' ...'{ NBA and wife; some local they wanted t'o. It has been .r who does not pay his
--------- -- teacher's groups growing more the Bo'rd'i policy In the pastto bill 'toy the 20th of the month

A 23-cur-old man wa In serious condition Wednesday afternoon- ,after his car militant, Bradford County require mandatory teacher I shall have service discontinued.

unit out of Control on U.'F.; SOl Mouth of Starke and wrapped Itself around .a palm teachers-almost without ex attendance at a professional LJILiI Wednesday's exception, madeon

tren In u dOWIIIollr.Fred ceptlon-have a "highly constructive meeting each year. Since several a, motion attitude" toward the teachers Indicated that Jimmy MsRae. Is the lone

future of Florida's public l they didn't want to go to the exception and the Council was

McGee Seriously InjuredWith Orlando meeting, which will be Bobby Biggs Chief Rosser worried. Tuesday about granting '
concerned primarily with sanctions more since the door has

the board adoptod, the
150 TeachersTo been opened.
"permissive" policy. Teachers Biggs Challenges City Clerk Merrill Edwardstold
A local man Fred BernIe Attend MeetA who do not go to the FEA the Council the SRD of-

Lawmen McGee, 23"ls in very serious meeting will\ report to work fice Is one of 172 accountsto
condition In the University survey conducted Wednesday at their respective schools on have service discontinued

'.' of :Florida Medical: (! Center by Bradford County Thursday.In <; Race for noa-payment of bills. this
after his car crashed Wed school officials Indicated an earlier Interview on month. The number Is "heavier

nesday afternoon Into a palm that approximately 150 of Tuesday, Supf.' Tom Casey said than usual," Edwards said.

Man Killed tree on U. S. 301 south of the county's 190 teachers that educational sanctions had Vote to grant the exceptionwas

Starke. and administrative personnel reduced, by three or four Police ChiefCompetition 3-1 with Councilman Nell -
McGee was heading south, will attend the Florida times, the number of applica- Tucker casting the negative
apparently on his way fishing Education Awoclatlon "pro- tions normally received for fall ballot.

when his 193S Dodge few-lnnal Information day"In teaching i positions In the "Ridiculous," Councilman
Dart went out of control in Orlando's TangerineBowl county. developed in Starke's .Chief of Police McRae said of the practice of

In GunfightA a heavy downpour. The car Thursday. "Principals have literally bad 1 Ito race Tuesday! when Bobby Biggs local auto body and'adiator cutting< off state agencies I

was a total loss according to The meeting is slated to go out and search for quail-. 1 repairman, qualified against incumbent William when the City Is certain to

Florida Highway( PatrolmanO. Inform Florida teachers of fled teachers this year," he j F". (Bill) Kosser, veteran of three terms. get its money. The SRD is
C. Oarrett. The boat and the latest In educational noted. the latest in such instances. r
Voters to the 12.
polls Sept.
former mental from fatal- go
patient Lake'City was trailer McGee was pulling .sanction development Still needed .to fulfill\ theeounlgle"educational Previously, the Bradford HealthDepartmenVOame" .. J
.- __ ''y KOUOiled-AttfttJirwiUord,sheriff's: deputies had ,tried was.-cemjple* ly:separated town County educator/ *'
jl for two hours here Sunday to get him to lay down his the ,car. been granted professionalleave are: two teachers ;Starke and Is entering; politics Fish Commission North

II gun and surrender peacefully.Dead The Dart went into the with pay by the at Southslde Elementary; a for the first time. He child ren.'" Florida. Civil Defense Unit, and
median about half-mile school board to attend the county speech therapist; one ;Is running "because of myi Interest Rosser describing the up- Farmer's :Market were cut off.
from a gunshot wound) rifle bullet'or .No. 1 buckshot south of Starke, swung com- meeting, which begins at science, one business education In the protection and coming Sept. 12 vote says "I'm Lasf month the county's.
In the head Is Sam Hlggln-
pellet, the deputies! don't pletely around and struck 1:00: p. m., and concludes and one social studies Instructor well being of the citizens:! of running because I want the school's came close to havingervlce

botham brother-in-law 27 who was and visiting Bister know which or who fired the the palm tree with its right at 2:30: p. m.Ewell. at BHS' ; a librarian at ,Btarke and the safety of our job and want to win." discontinued Clerk r
hlH shot entered the left temple side. fContinued On Page Four] Biggs' statement is: Edwards, aaid.Ju.tiflcatlon'.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald .
and went diagonally throughthe "I am of the opinion that for grantingthe
I Redl! Conner at their homeon McGee who lives on SR-
is that state
top of Hlggtnbotham'ahead many Improvements should exception
SR-230 a mile east of coming out the back of 100 toward Keystone the Bradford Heights, 3 More be made which will give better agencies simply cannot, when
taken to
Starke. was QualifyFor
of the, month
his skull. County Hospital and transferred and more adequate protection billed the first
disrupted a the
Higginbotham the Conner, the brother-in-law, to our residents. I process
the med center.
peaceful Sunday dinner as he called the Sheriff's Depart- firm report believe the conduct of policemen local office, send It to Tallahassee
chased the Conners from There was no and have the check
ment from the home,of Jack Wednesday night on hs'! condition on and off duty shouldbe ,
their gray concrete block back to the city by the 20th.
butcher knife. McComb, neighbor who except that it was Council Seats above reproach. Our sreets extension allows
home with a The 10-day
should be better patrolled thanthey
Apparently upset because. his [Continued On Page Four] Very serious., jk_ are at present by having them until the 30th of each. ,

w It e h ad 'la It hl m. a"i.ordln g month.
___ .. ,_ the police check our stores
Violet Conner "I' -I'T 11' Tucker said If the
to his ulster, Mrs. For $235,200 and allleys for intruders and Councilman
Hltfginbotham broke Into extension Is t'o' be allowed one)
see If the doors are properly
cabinet it should to, every
Conner's gun group go
locked. Policemen on a beat
which held an automatic 12- citizen In the City. Clerk Edwards -
have a much, better chance
and M-l I Is .y agreed with him.
gauge shotgun an Contract Let # of catching a prowler than 0
rifle. h' Tucker said he could see np
army i y riding In a patrol car state
difference between a
HIgginbotham was! chased } "Also, it 1s the duty of the else."What's .
from the house with tear gRit >. agency, or anybody
1 police to check the streets at
PlantA t the 'la
On Power fair for goose
and was critically wounded 4i night to determine if streetlights he stated
fair for gander
after he had fired directly -
only are out so that a report But McRae chanted, "No no
at Deputy Sheriff Olenn $235,200 contract, for the construction of a Municipal .' J may be given to the Ulllty no : .. and repeatedly stated -

Moore. The three Bradford ) Power Plant was awarded to the Indian River Con Department each morning for "There are exceptions to all
deputies and one Union correction that should be .
recommendation( of the any
with SheriffP. struction Co. of Jacksonville rules.
County deputy, made,"
D. Reddish running the city's engineers, Reynolds, Smith. and,,Hills. r Biggs, who returned to that Councilman every business Wiggins classifies said)

show, still were not firIng to Indian River's base bid of seven years In the U. S. Its customers Into categories

hit Higginbotham but had $248.500: was the low of eight He indicated some of the Army in Korea and Japan, according to who can pay and

begun attempting" to fire submitted August 15, but the other firms may have padded further states: who cant Indicating some customers -
closer to him hoping he engineers had listed live deductive their bids to take care of un Itf2' I believe there should be should be given more
would put down hU shotgun. alternates and accepted foreseen problems. -- -- full cooperation between the leeway than others. But' Tucker -

The Lake: City man was two of them totaling The two alternates cut out Lawson Bill Owen P. T. Nolin Police Department, Sheriff held his position: "I firmly

taken to the University of $13.300 which lowered the of Indian River's bid were a Group 4 Group Selection Group 519M.8. Department, and Florida believe if we change the rule

Florida Medical Center wherehe contract price. The contractwas $5,900 emergency generatorto Highway Patrol to give our for one group, we should 1
died' at 1:35: a. m. Mon- awarded In a special restart the huge turbinesIn Names have been added in Is set for Sept. 12. .. citizens better protection. I change It for every citlsen.
day. Aug. 21. The .30 cal. meeting Friday night, Aug. case of a complete shut two Starke City Council races, Registration books close Saturday He retired !In 1064 and has believe !It is the duty of the Clerk Edwards then broughtup
Aug. 26, at noon. Qualifying pent most of his time since
but no competition developed
down. The other item was Chief of Police to personally the question, of extending
18.The in. Group 2 and freshman deadline was noon Tues. developing land he owns In
Reserved Seat city has borrowed labeled "creature comforts"by see that his policemen: are well service to Indigent or 111 res-
Residents who have Holmes andVall.'on Counties.
McRae is off and sail- day. not
bond Friday, and Included such Informed on all laws pertaining idents who cannot pay on time.
Tickets $890,000: by floating a De-
Ing on his second ferin. voted In the last two city elec- Nolin holds a Master's
Items as an additional air- to their duties and the :McRae said he would have to
Issue, to finance a new 1,750 of
For 1967 Veteran City Councilman tions must re-register to be gree from the University
kilowatt turbine needed to conditioner and fan for the City of Starke. I promise youI use his discretion and when In
Ewell Lawson now 99, qualified eligible for the Sept. 12 balloting Florida. His wife, Tommie, Is
boost the plant's power out- plant which were estimatedat last Thursday Aug. 11, a first grade teacher at Starke will make a thorough studyof doubt 'bring the case before

TORNADOFOOTBALL put and the remodeling of 7800. for the Group 4 post. He sat Mayor Carl Hurst, veteran Elementary. They have one said laws and my entire the council. '
will be Recommendations of the staff will be well versed on In other action, Chairman
the which nec-
plant out the last two years after councilman, who was appointedto son, Douglas, now working for ,
to house the engine. engineers were approved by and them Johns, at McRae's suggestion
essary making an unsuccessful bid his present post at Mayor the federal government
SEASONNOW The new engine costing $245.- the Council, city bond trustees for Chief of Police in 1963. Randal Chitty' death, escaped stationed at Athens, Ga. Rosser, on the other hand, appointed a committee of.

274. and a switchgear for it, and utility departmentheads. He Is vlelng with Gerald Williams without opposition. City Clerk "The people of Starke have stands on experlenc and Councilmen MoRae. Wiggins.Tucker .
ON SALE costing $36,115, have already The bid was formally Independent Telephone Merrill l Edwards was also handed been wonderful to us duringour suallflcatlons. He took officeIn and, Williams\ to plan

Uy been purchased: The engine accepted! 'In a motion by employee, entering politic. for his fifth straight term when IS-year stay here. I feel 1961 winning by 36 votes moving the city stock Four room!

The Cheerleaders is due to arrive in Novemberand Councilman Merritt Williams the first time, and A.O. (Art) he slipped past the deadline that I owe this city some serv over former Police Chief Riley fContinued On Page!

be in operation next and passed unanimously. Loudon Jr., retired Clay Elec- Tuesday with no opposition. ice. If you elect me to this Sweat, former policemenBuck

5 HOME GAMES April according to the Indian Engineer Friday suggested tric engineer, who made a bid Lawson, In Group 4, Is a seat on the City Council, I Alvarez, and Charles Co-op Charter
River Company's contract. thatIndian River be notified for a council seat two years veteran of six years on the will diligently and faithfully Schaeffer. He was unopposedin
,$9.00If Bid on the plant construction of the! April 1 completiondate Council and nine years as a perform the duties of the of- 1993 and won In the first Is ReceivedThe

not contacted, call by! Indian River was and also told that. work: ago.The Group 4 seat presentlyIs 'bond trustee. He defeated offlce". Noun says primary in 1965 over former
about $3.000 over the en could begin Immediately. Operation held by Council Chairman Councilman, JX Doyle In 1963 Owen In Group 5, also. Is Councilman Ewell Lawson .00 Strawberry

961-6092 gineer's estimate but the deletion of the small Fairbanks Ruby Johns a 12-year veteranof for his last term on the Council entering! politics for the first former Policeman Jimmy Bradford has received Its

of two alternates cut -Morse diesel turbine the council who Is retiring 'before leaving In '65 to time. He Is employed at du- SullIvan' Cooperative ', of
it back below the t24 ,400 cannot be disturbed until this year. make a race for police chief. Ponfs Highland Plant and has A native of Starke. Rosseris charter from Secretary
Adams temporary
This Space Contributed guess. The Council was worried Sept. 15 under terms of the Two names have been addedIn Associated with Lawson's been for 13 years. 34. State Tom Oaakms

Weekly to Publicize about accepting Indian contract, however. the Group 5 race for a one- Meat Market he has lived In Stressing that he's running Biggs is the son of the president Jimmy! .
River's low bid. since several The new 1.7BO KW turbine year seat now held by appointee Starke for 27 years. His wife, "itrtctly on my own," Owen late Dr. Erie L. Biggs and Ida said yesterday. marketing
Events and
Community by exceeded $300.000. until the will be positioned in what Is :Merritt Williams, who .Is the former :Mary Woods, .U promises to make "every sche- Lee Roberts Biggs and stepson By-laws a at
will be adop&edthe
The CommunityState engineers reassured them. now the space between the not In the race. P. T. Nolan manager of the Shoe Rack. duled council meeting, if pos of Ethel Griffin Biggs. agreement next meeting to be- field]
-A rehabilitated Job of this old and new parts of the S3, retired Bradford school administrator NoUn in Group II, mooved; sible." He la married and has three Oasklns
Bank nature is fraught with a lot plant. Utilities Supt. Oscar and W.E. (Bill) to Starke In 1902 to accept a He lives at 418 St. WalnutSt. children. Thursday. Sept. ,

Accounts now insuredup of unforeseeables,1* Electrical Davis says. The addition will Owen 43 a dry-mill operator job as General Supervisor of and.Is married to the former Rosser qualified. last Fri said.The Incorporated -
Engineer Gordon Friday told extend 48 feet toward Church for duPont, qualified this week. Bradford County Schools. He Clara Mae Thomas and has new co-op was
to $15,000 by day, Aug. 18, and Biggs en-
with 33: members! representing -
W.H. Billy) served there for two before four children. Owen has lived
the Council pointing< out Street and will be large Starke auto dealer ( years tered his name Tuesday Aug.
Federal Deposit! Insurance 1W [about
Indian River made Its bid enough to eventually house Noegel had already enteredthe being named principal of In. Starke since 1937, moving 22.
Corp. Starke Elementary School, here from (koala.'I half] of the strawberries
with a thorough knowledgeof two of the big/ turbins. A race. '
the problem to be.faced (Continued On Page Fourl) Voting ia the annual city where.he served for 10 ;years. grown' In Bradford County.;

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Pvt.Pfc Richard Jlmmj Crews Blackaheai left last and? Registration Data Given For f ., ':/.----. Deadline For SFJC Extension I Recent Birth:

They week rine's are 101st for assigned duty Airborne in to Vietnam.Division.the Ma-, Southside and Starke ElementaryRegistration I A r .I "" .. / Classes Changed To Sept. 8 I announces Bradford the County folowlng Hospital births:]

wGLADYS a Mias Kate Struth Is convalescing for all kindergartners the registration of children. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kenneth -

*t ,the home of Mr. and first grader, Kindergarteners. and first I -. The deadline fm. Indicating BE-lOO Th. Individual:I David Starke, a daughter -
and Mrs. W. L. Edwards In who have not previously registered graders cannot attend Cfte first _r. .I-t /Interest in Santa Fe Junior: In a Changing Environment ,
4 Tracy Lynn Aug. 17.
1 College extension Classes has Interested In ofcat
MOOTY Jacksonville from injuries received for Southsldo Elementary : day of school If they have not Persons any
In a fall last week. School, will ''be held Tuesday completed their registration I been changed .t'o?\ September 8. these courses arc asked to !! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peter

Phone 961.7608 Mrs. Nell Underhill is a patient Aug. 29 from 8 a. m. until before that day. Ai' The cost will be $9 per credit 064-6800 or drop a post careS) Dicandlo. Starke, a son, Jo-

-- in Alachua General Hospital. 3 p. m. I .} ) hour plus a $5 admissionfee to the Area VocationalTechnical seph Peter Dicandlo Jr., Aug.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews Miss Phyllis Haddock will To be eligible for kindergarten Several students In kindergarten r for persons who have never Center. Drawer 100,

and children of Gainesville I leave Friday for her Junior Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Reese children must be five. and Grade 1, who haw I taken courses through SFJC. :Starke Fin. by 5 p. m. M6n- 13.

were Tuesday evening supperguests year at High Point College, and daughter, and Mr. and years of age before Jan. 1, ''been assigned to Starke EK I Classes: may also be taken clay, Aug. 14.
of Mr. and. Mrs. Gail High Point, N. C. Mrs. Lacy Reese have return 1968. Children registering for mentary School, have not \vet I without credit for an audit t
Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmonsof fee c ot $3.Classes.
ed to their home in Salem first grade must be six years registered.
Mrs Betty Register and Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Va. after a week's visit with old before Jan. 1, 1968. Proof All parents who han not I! will be held one REGISTRATIONDA

daughter Betty Ann, and Can- S. E. Simmons of Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese. of date of birth! Is necessary, registered their children should ,'night per week for eleven
dy Woodburn were on a camp- vacationing for two weeks in Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norman along with results of a recent come by the Starke Elementary weeks, from 7 to 10 p. m., NURSERY - (Cradle Up)
ing: trip In the Smoky Mountains AUantlc City, N. J. and Philadelphia of Miami 'were Sunday <.:-r- physical examination.Note office during the week of I starting the first week in Oc-

N. C. last week. They Pa. night guests of Mr. and s. to parents who have August: 28 through September tober (4 & 5 Years
/were accompanied by Mr. and Vote For well: Lawfwjn Roy Clemons. filled out a Freedom of Choice 1 and complete registration. ) Suggested courses *.o be offered KINDERGARTEN )

Mrs. Joe Neal and Mri.' Sterling Mrs. E. K Ferryman has John Spengler will leave today form: this does not complete I II (all with "t'nree credit
of Valdosta Ga. beet Jri/ Jacksonville the past for basic training at the hours) are.EH100 : ELEMENTARY 1st & 2nd Grades)
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews week visiting her daughter-
Great Lakes Naval Station --- The English Language -
and daughter Carolyn.lnd/ in-law/ Mrs. Comer Ferryman, Mutual Lumber. Ferrell Hinson Thurs. Fri. Aug. 24-25

!Mrs. Jessie: Young/ returned in Baptist Memorial Hospital, 111.Vote For Kwell: Law_... Given ContractMutual I I EH-101 -- Basic English ,

Saturday front a two weeks and Mr. Perryman. !Mrs. Florence Thomas of Now With Dr. McLendon :MS-100 Principles o f 9 A. M. To 4 P. M.
trip to Nlagra Falls and Expo Mrs. Annie Norman and Gainesville was the weekend Lumber Co. of Starke Mathematics

'67. Mrs. Joe Hiett and children of guest of Mrs. Eve Baldwin.Mr. has been awarded a contract Services Held I HM-10O The Humanities At The

Ewell Lawson and H, A. Jacksonville were Saturday and Mrs. T. L. Casey for purchase of timber which TerwillegarTcrwlllegar SO-100 The Social Sciences

. Lawson attended the funeral visitors of Mr. and Mr Mor- and children have returned will be cleared In Marlon Coun- BAPTIST CHURCHLake

of a cousin, K. C. Cannln&ton, gan Rlcharde. from ten days camping trip fy for construction of the Motors proudly):In Jones ChapelDr. SH-200 -- Effective Speaking TRINITY
In Cuthbert, Ga. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. AllenJr. In the Smoky Mountains. Cross-Florida Barge Canal. announces the addition of Far,
Mrs. T. T. Long: and Mr visited: her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mills of The contract, Issued by the rell Hinson, formerly of Jack- Homer Bolet McLendon, Butler, Fla.
and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis' of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wayne Teal. Miami were visiting her parents Canal Authority, covers a four- sonville, to the service depart- 70 a retired dentist and a'
Wilmington, Dela. ore spending in Eustla! on Sunday. ment of their Ford dealership. THE RIGHT POINT" for the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cle- mile long 2,10O-acre tract on former resident of Starke, died Beautiful New Air-Conditioned Classrooms
:Monday to Thursday. at Mrs. Charles Godfrey and mons, on Monday: and Tuesday the west side of the Oklawaha Mr. Hinson has been assistant Thursday Aug 17. in an or- I the way you write. Come In

Hillsboroufrh Beach Children of Alken S. C., and and brought home Brenda and River south of the Eureka lock manager of the truck service lando hospital. and select your favorite ES CLASSES START SEPT.
Vote For Kwell: Lawton. Kim Ball of are visitIng of
Jasper Marsha Clemons who have and dam site. department Lynch-Djv- Ala on TERBROOK fountain pen.
in Gordon
Mr. and Mr. E. W Hayes Mr. .and Mrs. Tyler: Jones the Mills for two Idson Motors In Jacksonville Born I TFLFT.RAPII INFORMATIONCALL
been visiting 1897 he the son FOR FURTHER
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. To- this week. for the past? six years and h4 April 9, was I
the daughter Local admittances to Brad- weeks. Steel JoistManager for 12 of the late Terrence B. and Adjustable Vinyl Book LAKE BUTLER 496-5191
'rode visited Hayes' Mrs. N. P. Rogers and son work more than yee-.I. I
Mrs. John Deas, In Lake ford County Hospital this week James of Orange Park were HeardAt Mr. Hlnson has attended two, Margaret Bolet McLendon.Dr. Covers. All sizes 30 cents ea.

Shore hospital Lake City, on include: Mrs. (Margaret Learn Monday visitors of Mr. and Ford Motor school. in AtlartJ McLendon moved to Or- at The Telegraph.
Sunday. Mrs. DellS underwent Charles E. Johns L. S. Rosier, Mrs. G. A. Gay. Rotary ClubFred specialized in heavy duty truckon lando from Starke 30 years I _

surgery last Friday. John B. Dye Mrs. Kay Prevail Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Taylor diesel motors and tandem ago and practiced there until STARKE PLAZA
Mrs. Dewayne !McRae of Mrs. Owelda Johns Mrs. Ga. were weekend Peden, vice presidentand axles, and has also attended his retirement. While living in
of Fitzgerald general of Owen Open All Day Every Day
Jacksonville spent the weekend Estella Hinson, Mrs. Peggy of Mr. and Mis. manager five special truck service Starke he was employed as a
with her parents :Mr. and Mrs Shaller, Mrs. Anita Webb, guests Goldwire. Steel Joist of Florida spoke at schools: In the Jacksonville district dentist for state Inst.tutions.: FRI. & SAT. UNTIL 7 P. M.

James (Bud) Lawson/ and Cur- Gilbert Vote For Ewell Lawnnn." the Rotary Club Wednesday ? His specialty Is trucks and established' the first dental -
Mc-.Lo brief of
tis Lee, all of Starke; John Maj. Al K. Carlisle, who has giving Starke's a newest description. of all types, especially heavy clinic at the Forlda State Pris-
Parker of Hampton; Industry.Mr. and diesels. He served four years as a
camp. Henry recently returned from an as- Peden said that Owen duty on. Sharp Values forBoys'
:Mis. Ware- Jackson spentthe Joseph Richard of Raiford, signment in. Germany. is visitIng' Steel established, With his wife Donna and member of the State Board" of
past two weeks with her Rev. W. E. Hall of Cltra; Hugh his mother, Mrs. Ruth Company was their two children, Mr. Hinson Dental Examiners.
in Columbia, S. C. In 1936 and 1
pH''nls.: r Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lucas of Lake Geneva; Mrs. Carlisle, this week. He will has until there, has moved from Jacksonville Dr. McLendon received his

Smith, In Williston while Mr Gladys Van Netta of Melrose; Join his family In Alburqurque, now expanded ten companies in are the to Keystone Heights. He has degree from Emory University,

Jackson was at National Guard :and F. M. Starling of Lawtey.Mr. N. M. for a visit before goingon southeast.The many friends in the Starke where he graduated with high ,

camp. and Mrs. W. F. Gubler to Vietnam for further duty Starke is and Bradford County area and honors. He was a Mason anda D
>'i.14.t r For Ewell Lawvon. And daughter, Becky, of Fort I plant designedfor woulc- like for them to visit Commander:! of American

Mr and Mrs. S. E. Simmons Pierce were visiting Rev. and -Rick Hood Robert Nelson expansion for three and has a capacity lines him at Terwillegar Motors. past Legion Post 66 in I II p
and family of Miami were i Mis. V, J. Ragsdale over the visiting assembly I
and Phil Elder are of 25 employees each. The Staike. He was a member of I
weekend guests of Mr. and weekend. Becky:: remained for
N. C.
friends In Highlands, plant opened here with 20 employees Calf Scramble the First Methodist Churchof II
Mrs. Lee Chambers. Maureenand the week. Rick
this week after which all hired locally and Orlando, and a former

with Lisa the Simmons Chambers remained for a Friday Miss Dee from Walters a week's will Mr.return visit and will for go two on weeks to Charlotte visit, N.with C. trained said. on the Job -the. speaker Rules Set ByCommittee member Orlando of Kiwanis the Elks Club.and!: the i I

week's visit. with her grandparents
, Dublin friends. The new company has bean Surviving are his wife"
Mr. C. W. Walters Sr. In
!Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock Vote Fur Kwell: l..awson. stiff
UD against competitionfrom Florence Matthews McLen-
and family returned Saturday Ga. Airman and Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Paul Meng and children other Florida plants Mr. The initial meeting( of a don of Orlando; one
from three weeks visit wll'n Vote For Kwell: Lawson. daugh-I
relatives In Missouri Colorado were visiting relatives In To- Trafford will arrive this weekend Peden said, but has already Chamber of Commerce committee ter, Mrs. Jeanette
week. obtained some important contracts work out details Maitland; one brother, Dr.
ledo. Ohio last Field Ran- to
Alabama, and Texas. from Chanute ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Van- with their Including steel joists for 101- a Calf Scramble to beheld R. L. McLendon Marianna; I
Mr. and: Mrs. C, F. Rhoden toul 111. for a visit
k'ae new convention hall In MI-
Ga. will be Saturday two sisters. Mrs. Margaret
derlfp of Tucker, and Mrs. A. G. at the Fairgrounds -
and family have moved to Al- parents, Mr. i
week of her brotherinlaw held: last Lobman Lake Alfred\ and
next .
tho Lake near Waldo. guests Lou don, in Starke, and ..IC ami.The Oct. 7, was
Vote.. Foe Ewell Lawson. and sister, Mr. and senior Traffords' in Miami. speaker was Introducedby Thursday at the chamber of- Mrs. Louise Gamble, Law- No-Iron Jeans
Mrs. Harry Mooty. Airman Trafford Is being Eugene Tanner. I fice. renceburg, Tenn.; and two

-,transferred to MacDlll AFB Commitments of full spon- grandsons. Mark an Matthew 50% polyester, 50% cotton In
will of calf the amount Melster of Maitland.A rugged HVi- oz. denim Slim! Carp's s
re- sorship a
where they
_' Brand New i in Ride.Tampa i Mr. and Mrs. R R. Andrews, : of $200 each were made by I memorial service was western at cut all with points 5 of pockets extra,wear.reinforced VafuaBOYS' .C299 j C

\ T tr. and Mrs SM Shuford |Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Torode Shell Oil Brar;ford held! at 10 a. m. Saturday In Heavy duty zipper.3 color choices Prjcs
t grandsons, Michael Randy und Furniture Corporation Mu- the First Methodist: Church regular and slim, 616. :
and family were vacationingat I Larry David Andrews, and andE. Orlando. Funeral cervices
tual Lumber Company J
SPECIALIST'COURSE Cherokee N. C. last week.
; Mrs Vernon Reddish and children I. Dupont tie Nemours It; were held at 11 a. m. MondayIn '
Carol Hardy spent Thursday attended the Lions bene- CO. Other firms will bt con Jones Memorial Chapel In NO-IRON

to Sunday with Alta fit horse show at the Whites tacted by the committee. Starke with Dr. Mlllatd C Long Sleeve Sport Shirts +'
Cronkhite in Jacksonville Al- Farms in. Chlefland on Satur Cleveland of Orlando, officiating ,
Emphasis was placed on Neat button downs In
I.ta returned with Carol for aweek's day.Vote the Importance of not creating assisted by Rev. V. J. 10O% preshrunk cottonthat '
visit For Kwell: Lawson. Carp'
the feeling that the calves Ragsdale of Starke. never need ironing
Vote FOP Kwell":: Lawtwm. :Mrs Nelson Green will at- woud be outright gifts to Interment was in Crosby Choose from oxfords and Va'ue $199 x

Now Being Offered For The I. Don? Hardy, Greg Nichols tend the Wesleyan Service 'o the winners of the scramble Lake Cemetery with DeWittC. broadcloths In newest sol- Price illq
Ids and
Billy McRae, and Harlen Jen- Guild leadership conference in Jones Funeral Home In prints. 918. .
and therefore a stipulation
First Time In Florida : :nings were vIsiting friends In Orlando on Saturday. would be placed with, each charge. Pallbearers were J.

Clearwater from Thursday to Miss Mary Lee Faulkner of boy who: wins that h-3 must H. Moncrlef, T. H. Slade DrJ. BOYS' RACER SWEAT SHIRTS
LEARN IN 3 SHORT MONTHS Sunday. Jacksonville: Is visiting Mr. and
W. Brownlee. Bob Ferguson -
return the original: cost of a
Mrs. Paul Faulkner this week. 100% cotton with heavy/ fleece back. w,
Those Starke attending calf or a calf bred from the Robert L. McLendon of Hot new style with crew neck and racer 99
:MANICURING calf he has won within two Palatka, and Robert Harbour, stripe down both sleeves. 4 colors. ++
*. PEDICURING THE BRADFORD the wedding of Dr. Harry of Tallahassee. S-M,L-XU
to three from the data
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Gruen to Miss Donna Kandelat
FACIALS I the Eden Roc Hotel at Mi of the Scramble as a means

*. MAKE-UP Published every Thursdayat ami Beach on Sunday afternoon of perpetuating the program.. o' Boys' Sweater -

*. SHAMPOOING 138 W. Call St., were: Mr. and Mrs. Ervln The Scramble will be open the most important problems

Starke, Flo 32091 Andrews Dr. and Mrs. P. Q.Felos ., to FFA and 4-H Club boys In the culture of the plant. Cardigans or pullovers In a large $ oo '

Become An Expert And Step Into Mr. and Mrs. George who are at least 13 years of On camellias for example, 'sr selection of assorted, knits and r '
Second class postage paidat new Fall shades. Sizes 612.
Oct. 1 1967. and must a t requires almost
A Good-Paying Job Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Charles age on -< scale
Starke, Fla. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gus not be above the 12th grade constant attention. The Flo- Sizes 10.18 $6.99Boys' ;

Call Gainesville 376-4105 I Subscription Rate: Kopelousos Dr. and Mrs. D. during the school year 1067- I .iut wax scale is commonly

I In trade area: $4.0O per W. Whiffen, Mrs. EX E. Tan 68. Each boy obtaining a calf found on gardenias and hollies Parkas .L.Ljf

;year; 2.25: six month ner, Mrs. Jackie: Chapman, and must agree to carry out a and the Florida red! scale
Central Hairstyling College Mr. and (Mrs. Carl Minx and pasture improvement and can be an important pest: of Durable Midwal .corduroy, '
Outside trade area: $4.50 son. feed production program on many ornamental plants. pile lined with zip off hood. $9 99

per year; $2.50 six month his home farm, and! to main- Scale Insects are much Aml," Heavy choice duty sizes zipper.612. Color
Inc. -- x ;
'I E. L. Matthews, editor and tain necessary records. more difficult to control as v' Boys Sizes 97.99
Adjustable Vinyl L

2323 N.E. 17th Terr. Gainesville ,_ publisher at Covers The All TalesnebMALLARD'S sizes SO. Booa','Scale Insects they as Infestation become older,builds larger frequent, and up. \\I''11\I \ J iOJUD; NoIronSlacks i S

Kultert recommends
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Early StagesThe plants and thorough spray applications \ Shirts are permanent press woven -
[ when the scales are
plaids, solid oxfords and Heraldic,
scale Insect possesses! I still in the young steges. prints. Slacks are no-iron 50.50 CutfOO
talents for undercover work Dlmethoate 2E -- sold under polyester-cotton, half boxer waist, *T2.Z9
5 & 10 zipper front. Sizes 37. Sb.lrfs'Slac" rifiblBob
I that would, surprise not only the trade name of Cygon Is
to the entomologist
j homeowners but even some according -
secret agents. ( probably the most atfeedioe Pettit MEN'S NOIRONPROFESSIONAL

Often the presence of a tingle pesticide for
scale insect infestation Is not scale control.He MODE. SPORT SHIRTS

I| noticed because maniyi scalesare cautioned against using BASKETBALL SHOES
cygon on crepe myrtle or bu- $.5 99
found primarily on the $3
THANKS YOU I undersides of leaves on ornamentals ford holly because of possible ?j Values
plant injury. S399
; according to L. C. "
Other materials including Authentic Ivy tapered and
: Kultert entomologist with HI or Low Cut
I malathion and oil emulsion \ tails In polyester and cotton
the of Florida'sI
University The Championship shoe, blend. New hot Fall colors.
I Institute of Food, and AgrI- are commonly used for scale t designed to> lessen foot v S-M.L-XL.
cultural Sciences. control. But oil emulsion can fatigue,and give you quick -
: Injureornament/ plants lit starts and stops. Made In l MEN'S NO iRON
FOR THE WONDERFUL RECEPTION YOU I Most scale insects attach -
'themselves to their host they're applied during hot DRESS UP JIANS

,, plant soon after hatchingand weather. Kultert said. I \\U.S.A. & Children's Durable twill wllh
rarely move from their Combinations of malathionplus Shoes Koratron noIronprocoi. t
feeding sites. Mealybugs oil -- or ethlon plus oil y from $1.99 NS wide, bat, loopt.peeN.
which are also in the scale have also been effective. Pre- ... 3 cotor. 29034.
Insect family remain mobile pared mixtures of these are

Your Response Was Far Beyond Our Expectations, OurCustomer' thoufchout Ufey Typtaally. commercially available Shoulder ;7he; :
'Tuither, Jnformaton.contact Bagsy
For ,
( "
sealea appear as small specks ,H" Look
Comments Were So in
Complimentary stockings
; with a waxy covering that your county :agent, or $3.50 Values .

At Mallard's 5 & 10 Would Like To Express Our Sin- may be powdery, cottony or, consult Extension Entomology Newest atylM. and colors' L'
in a, solid cover. They range Mimeograph 34. In |.ath.r. and $299
.,gad ""'yl.. Most styla Genuine Fishnets I
cere Appreciation For You Visiting Our New Store On i lln size from about one-six- gr,with. Inside, zipper compart
Our Grand Opening. We Want You To Come Visit Us i tenth to one- lgtti in, dia Davis RenamedTo wwlt- others to $4.99 $1 VALUE

Often You Will Always Find Our Store Stocked With meter. !. CommitteeStarke ii' Choose Kelly green, blue 89 C'e
Scale feed by Inserting Acebfe TricotPetticoats. gold, copper, orange, black

The Finest Quality Merchandise, Largest Selection To 'a' tiny beak into the plants Utilities Supt. Oscar and white 10.11.CAMPUS and .off whit. 8.9Ya
and sucking plant juices
Davis has been asked to
Choose From. And Always At The Lowest Prices
Heavelly Infested plants appear serve on the Engineering and

e See Us First For' Value! '' unhealthy and) produce 'Operations Committee of the Carps KNEE HIGH OR
very little new growth. Some Florida Municipal Utilities
Value e.1 uPrIc
species Infest only the foliage ; Association for the second -
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mallard '
others are found only on straight year.Davis y 59- t;
the branches while others : served last year and Lace and embroidery trims shadow

and Entire Personnel, may attack both foliage and Mayor Randal Chitty received panel. In newest fashion shades. S.MtX Largest knits, In selection color.,in town.Sizes Choice for: of
every In.
. branches "Kultert wttrned. a letter from FMUA XX XXX. rants misses and ladles.
.... .: .' Scale Insects can be one otl i, praising his efforts.

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Ida Lou Plummer 1 I Unique Shower Judy Ellington Brandt-Lewis

ComplimentedAt I I For Judy McRaeMiss F Weds Mr. Hansen I Ml'*. Marie Lowe of Saeger-

town, Pa. announces the marriage -
Bridal ShowerMiss 11. Judy McRae whose Burke Ellington announces of her daughter, Mrs.
: marriage to Gilbert Marvin the marriage of his daughter Mildred Brandt, to William
a: Ida Lou Plummer. J Brown will be an event ot Judy to Rodney Douglas J. Lewis, son of Mr. ana Mrs.
'\. GLADYS MOOTY whose marriage to Albert I Saturday. AUK 26. at i II< p mIn Hansen son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lewis, of Keystone
Mercer will be an event of I St. Mark's EpKu IPUI l vinrils C. Hansen of Elroy.WlM : II elR'h tII.
1. Phone 961-7608 evening. Aug. 26, at ,> '
Saturday Church was the Inspn iiti The marriage took place
7 p m. In the First Baptist I for n "Rrren! back" Imw' .rd The marriage took place In i Friday, July 28, In Fclkston,
,!r Church. was complimented given from 3 to 5> < 'rk< >? I ilk.ton i Ga on Friday Aug. Ga.
). with a bridal shower Wed I Sunday by her aunt. MiWllllam "- 18 I Mr and Mrs. Lewis are resting -
n nesday afternoon of last I Johnson of Bristol Mr and Mrs. Hansen are In Meadvllle, Pa.
r. week at the home of Mrs. I R. I. at the home of ihi presently residing with Mr.;
I W. E. Cowling Hostescs with latter Ellington while Mr. Hansen Wayne McCarthyHas
Mrs. Dowling were Mrs. E. D The twenty relatives! al attends Santa Fe Junior
I Tenly. Mrs. D. H. Pcnoyer. J tending the shower called College Mis Hansen is em- Birthday Party
Mrs Robert Barksdale, Mrs I Miss McRae byi' prearranKe- ployed by the Starke Office
R. A. Colson, Mrs. J. H. Den- ,1 ment at 4:30: p. m. amt each Wayne McCarthy son of
of the Florida Probation and
Mr and Mrs.. Harvey Mc-
nis, and Mrs. Arlen McKnight talked to her.
Mrs. Dowling greeted guestsat + They described the party Parole Commission. Carthy, celebrated::!) his 15th
the door and presented I :; decorations as being pink / birthday last Friday evening
them to the honoree and her and white pinks and bach- t I WhittleRobinsonDate with a weiner roast and
mother Mrs. W. E. Plummer. elor buttons centering the Thomas-Koan games after which the tradi-
/J ; ? The refreshment table was refreshment table and a pink AnnouncedThe tional birthday cake wa
/ L ri covered with an Imported lace Mr. And Mrs. Donald Rowan umbrella holding:!' the "green Engagement Fold served.
and! outwork cloth and centered backs centering the gift wedding of Miss' Marcia Assisting Mr. and Mi-g.. Mc-
with an arrangement of Miss Harriet Bennett of home of the bride's parents, table. Mr. and, Mrs Bishop Thomas Whittle daughter of Mr. Carthy In serving was Way
pink and white carnations and Starke became the bride of Mr and Mrs Louis Bennett. of Brooker announce the and Mrs. L. D. Whittle of ne's grandmother, Mrs. Maude
mums. Balancing the arrange- Donald Rowan, son rf Mr. Gruen-Kandel engagement and approaching: Staike. to Larry Wayne! Robinson Mott.
The couple left 14
t August
mett were pink tapers In and Mrs. Joseph Rowan of marriage of theirlaughter son of Mr. and Mrs. Prizes were awarded to
silver holders. The punch Connellsvllle. Pa... on August for Qaeta, Italy where! Mr. Nuptials In MiamiDonna Ooldle Annette to Philip William Robinson of Brad Miss Darlene Luke, Julian
table In the Florida room 7 in a ceremony performedby Rowan Is stationed with the Goodhart Koan. son of Mr ford. Pa, will be an event of Scott, and Danny Luke.
was covered with a lace cloth Rev. L. S. Williams at the U. S. Navy 6th Fleet. Lee Kandel mid Dr. and Mis George Koan of Saturday morning/ the
and centered with a crystal Harry Orucn were married .Deland. First Methodist Church In Picnic SupperFor
punch bowl around which Sunday, ,Aug 20 In Miami The bride-elect Is '\ grad- st. Maiy's Ga.
Linen Shower OES
.+ r r rr was a garland of pink and ChaptersPlan Beach. uate of Santa Fe High A reception will be held at
I white althea and fern. Mrs. ,Given In HonorOf Joint PicnicThe The bride s the daughterof School and attended Howell's' the Whittle home 1320 Bland- Mr and Mrs. S. O. Denmark -
: ; Barksdale presided at the Miss MorrisonMiss Aaron Kandel, North MI- Business School. Ing street at 3:30: p. m. Saturday and Mrs. Ruby Johns
punch bowl. Starke. Lake Butler, ami Beach, and the late Mr. Koan graduated from All friends and::! rela- entertained the erectors of
The honoree was presentedwith Shirley Morrison, and Keystone Height OES Edith Kandel. She is a grad- Holly Hill High School and tives are Invited to attend. the First Federal Savings &:
& a sterling serving dish bride-elect of September 8.. Chapters will hold their an- uate of Miami High School Flint Junior College ''n Flint Loan Association, and their
and a pompom corsage. from was honored at a linen nual Robert Morris picnic! at University of Miami, and Mich. He owns nnd operates wives, at a picnic supper
I her hostesses as a mementoof Gold Head University of Maryland Den- Koan-Krete Products Co.
l 1 shower lost Thursday night\ Branch State list Church at LaCrcpse. Monday night at the Den-
J 1tS .A4wr the occasion. given by Mrs. R A. Colson Park on Sunday, Aug. 27, at tal School. The wedding will take All friends and relativesare mark home on E. Call Street.
The will rebide at I
I Brenda Elaine Hawkins Becomes Bride I Invited Seventy-five to call between guests were the and daughters, Mrs. Mark 2p.m. Kingsley couple Lake. place at 3 p m. Saturday. invited to attend. Eleven guests enjoyed this
Church Moody, Mrs. LaRue Williams,, Sept 2. In the Antioch Bap- occasion.
Of Ronald L. Thomas In Baptist hours 3:30: and 5 p. m the
and Miss Kay Colson at

Hawkins background of ferns. home of the former.
Miss Brenda Elaine a Shower Given
of Starke, daughter of Mrs. Lex Green, ciganlst. Placed at points of Interest -
Mrs. Marlon Hawkins and R. played nuptial music as the For Lorraine DavisMiss In the party rooms were<
L. Hawkins of Jacks Jnvllle, guests gathered and accompanied several arrangements or pint
and Ronald Lanier Thomas: Miss Marian Green,, Lorraine Davis, bride and red roses. The refreshment -
aon of Mr. and Mrs. Wood- soloist who sang "Whither\ elect was pleasantly surprisedwith table was covered wIth)
row L. Thomas of Starke, Thou Ooest" and "The Wed- a bridal shower giver a white Madeira outwore The
were united In marriage on ding Prayer. In her honor last Thursday; cloth and centered::! with at yearroundp
Friday, July 28, at 8 p. m. Franklin L. Starllnj serv- night by Mrs. Ronald Goodman arrangement of mixed sum
In the First Baptist Church ed as best man and the ush- at her home on W. Web mer flowers. Balancing the<
with Rev. W. A. Hogan performing ers were Douglas Conner, don Street. setting were yellow tapers in
the nuptials. Dale Brown Paul laulknern. Several games were played silver holders. Mrs. William:
Decorating the altar! were Marshall Starling and during the evening and prize: presided at the punch bowl
gold candelabra centered behind Percy Moody. were awarded) to Miss Linde One game was played durIng -
the altar, one golden Miss Connie Lyr Hawkins Rauch and Miss Viola Orlffls the evening and Mrs;
tree on each side, two large attended! her sister -_ maidof after which refreshment! Donald Carter won the prize
baskets of white gladioli, honor. She wore a long were served to the 13 guestsed Among the 30 guests. wen waiom'CFord
mums and pompoms, against sheath gown of turquoise Mrs. Henry Morrison, mother -
blue silk chiffon over taffeta of the honoree, and\ Mrs

.. designed with empire bodice with pearls and sequin Donald Bagwell, mother of:
encircled with matching rib- adorned the sheath skirt. The honoree was presented II
YOU MAY bon, portrait neckline and The wateau cathedral train, with a bedspread and carnation ?, ?
1 brief sleeces. A long chiffon funnel shaped, was 'embosser corsage from her hostesses -
caplet fell from shoulder lace as a memento of the< -
with beaded! Venice motlfs. -
save: satin bows. Blue bows secur- A cluster of lace petal occasion. ,
ed her tiered brief veil. Her with pearls and crystals secured -
flower girl and Chris Lewis her multi-tiered veil of: Elaine ReddingIs

O..l quolse organza. English Illusion. She carried ;;;
UP TO $2 Honor Guest .
Serving as bridal attendants a white Bible topped with Galaxle 500 2 Door Hardtop
l' I In gowns Identical to white carnations and fern At Bridal ShowerMiss
on car financingand I the honor attendants were Her only ornament was an 1, Mrt I

Mrs. Linda Sue Starling, opal necklace.Mrs. Elaine: Redding wa .,,.. ..... ":" '. f "
insurance Misses Patricia Morgan Judy I Hawkins chose for He' honored at a bridal shower -. : ............. ._. w.+e*e a mwgw S sE S
thai J Alkire, Judy Whitehead, and I daughter's wedding a cheat on Friday, Aug. 11, given by:
I through Marian Faulk. gown of silk chiffon over Mrs. Seeber Moody, Mrs. David -
Tammy Powell served as peau de sole In sea mist,, Bennett Mrs. Billy Dampier -
STATH ninv fower girl and Chris:, Lewis fashioned with an empire Mrs. Richard Andrews,

FARM ." \ was ring bearer. bodice accented with lace Mrs. Cary Nazwor'h, and
Given In marriage ty: her embroidered motifs, tcoope:' Mrs. William Flnucan.
e r
FINANCE PLAN father, the bride wore classic I neckline and sleeves. A satin The party was held at the< uv a d x "
full length gown of silk cowl neckband accented with home of Mrs. David Bennett

/""- .r.. organza over peau de sole I Venice lace motifs held the at the State Farm. The 3f
lick the car you want-now or v fashioned with an empire I matching chiffon capelet guests Included employees ol
tiaed. Then call ma and Ml m. bodice of Venice lace, bateau She wore a white orchid cor- the County Courthouse and
Low much you need to cover neckline, and calla lily sleeves Agriculture Department
the unpaid balance.I'll help you of lace. Lace motifs bead- sage.Mrs.. Thomas, mother of Games were played during
let a check for the dealer'with '
awrangamanta for a low-cait the groom, wore a gown of: the evening and prizes were I b
auto loan through a cooperating-: SCIIEDULE : dusty pink lace over taffeta awarded to Mrs. Charles
local bA k. The car ia younl OF SERVICES with three-quarter length Darby; and Mrs. Rand)
rind: out today how' St-ta sleeves white accessories nd Johns. Mustang Hardtop i
JTarm'a Car Finance flan may. ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH orchid corsage.A .
) I The refreshment table was
lark fix Calls
( yoo. Starke reception was held! In the covered with a lace cloth and
Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. church fellowship hall which centered with a. permanent
MERIUTT Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m- was decorated with potted arrangement of white flowers
Miraculous Medal Novena: ferns and arrangements of which were given to the hon ) end
WILLIAMS Saturday, 7 p. m. turquoise, white and pink oree as a memento of the The ar
117 N. Confessions: 5 p. m. and 'J carnations. occasion. Flanking the centerpieces
p. m. The bride's table was covered were early American ,
Walnuti : CHURCH with a white lace:: cloth candle holders with I
ST. over white satin with a garland white tapers.
I'h. 964-5391 Keystone Heights of smilax, and was cen-
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. tered with a three.tiered
.. and 9 a. m.Wednesday. I wedding cake topped with % Joan Rogers Lee
.An : MUll and Novena miniature bride and groom. To Wed Mr. Harper is lower !
ST"U.l, Tuu I,
[ : price
___ 7 p.m. The cake was flanked ty silver -
I IOMOWILlINIllIAHCI COMPANY! I ,_!....,\ ST. MARY'S CHURCH candelabra decorated) with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee an-
MacclennySunday I bows of turquoise ribbon, nounce the approaching
rue.tHI.1.; ,.M,Mia'. .'. m.
Mass: 11:30: a. mums, .and pink and whits marriage of their daughter,
carnations.The Joan Rogers Lee to Tommy ,
punch table was covered Harper, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I with a lace cloth and L. H. Harper, all of Starke.
carried; out the same theme. The wedding will take placeon
Mrs. Jewel Faulk greeted Saturday Aug. 20, at 8 NOWI
I guests at the door and presented p. m. In the Boatdraln Bap-
Enjoy the advantagesof them to the receiving tist Church, with a reception All year Mustang has been vAmerica's
10 line composed of the bride following in the educational

a "Full Service" bank and groom their parents, building. best-selling lowest-
and bridal attendants.Mrs. All friends and relatives are YEAR..END
priced bucket-seat
Lucille Stroughton invited to attend. sports car.
Checking ... cut: the bride's cake, and assisting Now it's clearance priced! So is _
In serving were Mrs. Bridal Shower
A. B. Whitehead, Mrs. B. M. our '67 Ford-strongest, quietest
... 4 McRae. Mrs. Alvin Farr, Miss For Miss ThomasAt I
account Carol Farr, Mrs. Bonnie Pine LevelMiss ever. So are Falcon and Fairlane. PRICES
True, when you have a checking; Fitzpatrick. Mrs. Marshall y

here you can pay your bills and taxes by I Starling, and Mrs. Maxle Goldle Thomas of Great trades too. First come, I .
handy check-stub record of Carter Sr. Mrs. Paul Faulkner Brooker, bride-elect "-
mail, have a was first save. Hurry! .'
cancelled checks and Mrs. Fate Brown honored at miscellaneous) i
and have a .J
expenditures, But I presided at the punch table! shower Saturday night at Our prices are so lowwe don't dare quote
that become receipts automatically. and Miss Jeannie Faulk kept the Pine Level Baptist Church 'em. Big selection! Great trades. Hurryl)
also you have all the best modern banking the bride's book. educational building, /given by ,
services you'll ever need in one place- After a wedding trip to St. Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, Mrs.franklin ,,

under the same roof-because this is a Beach Augustine the couple and will Daytona residet Wayne Sapp Starling.Mrs. O. R.Mrs.Alvarez Save now at vour Fora Dealer's:...
""Full' Service" 535 W. Madison Jr., and Miss Carol .
NOWI The bride traveled)! in a shell "
'- Start "checking" here pink three-piece lace suit, Parr.The
lace covered refresh-
pith a. brief coat, sheath.
ment table was centered within .'
skirt and shell blouse of Ottoman -
arrangement of pink roses.

HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED. The bride cotton.attended Terry Forty guests were invitedo Terwillegar Motors
I Parker high school, and Toc- attend between the hours
oa Falls High School In 7::30 and:: 9 o'clock. Includinghe
The Community State BankOF I Oeor 'la.The honoree's mother. Mrs.
groom attended Santa: Bishop Thomas, of Brooker A

STARKE Fe High School and St. The hostesses presented! the Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties 1
Johns River Junior College lonoree with an electric can -

MEMBER F. D. I. C. ffo Is empoyed with Florida opener as a memento of theccaalon 208 W. Madison! St. Phone 961.7200 Starke, Fla. :
Hydrocarbons at Brooker.

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PAOP! FOUR __ .. BnA_ rOTTNTT ..........RAP". STARK! FU>Rm.A. T'DAT" AUG. 21. IM?

Pixie Shop Sale Coincides With Afi4j01 I Healthful FoodsAt The Finest Clothing At Low PricesIs

.. Opening Of Bradford SchoolsMrs. J : Edwards Groc. Eagle's Established Policy


Shirley Wager; new low Price ol $1.99 aiin up. : Gives EnergyEnergy I Is U important that you them for only $1 50 & up.
owner of the Pixie Shop. I Skirts and blouses ore ever get full value from every last I II Truly there is nothing more

.: across from the com'house\ I pOpular with teen-age; girls I penny of your clothing bud serviceable and easy on the

says that parents of this area and you will be delighted / for the atomic age get? Where else then should pocketbook than this combination

arc fortunate that the open- with our deer designs In I 'I that Is what our young people ; you shop but at EAQLE'S, for school wear. Buy

ing of school coincides with blouses by the nationally I need today to keep that Bo- 'Starke's Fashion Leader, for several! pairs for the entire

their. treat sale now in pro- known and advertised Sprlna- go spirit. That la the leason .the entire family. term.

gress. maid Mills. They are truly I it is so Important to give to- From past experience you EAGLE'S shoe departmentis
Pixie has 3 new st;,lea of fabulous and require MI little I day's students the advantages know that EAGLE'S school also a Joy to parents and

Back to school loafers In care. Prices start at SI.99 or good wholesome food: clothes are carefully chosenfor their children. See our sturdy

-values to $6.00 for only amazing sale items. We don't I WARD'S OROCEBY ON U. good looks-and we especially as $5.99 & up. The}"'11 out-

32.49.With have space to tell you about I 8. 301 f south]1. cater to the young folks. to last several pairs of cheaper

living costs higher everythingso! drop by this ., ; rJk. Right now-at the cpenln whom appearance is all im shoes, and you will save

now than ever before it i5Important weekend and see for yourself. of a new school term-is the portant.In money in the long run.

that you ,et full Mrs. Wager said she! has time to get "The Edwardl preparation for the Our two complete department

value from every last pennyof been delighted:! with the fine (N, Y Grocery habit" If :you aren't I opening of school, visit Men & Boys, and Ladies -

your clothing budget. That reception the people of already one of our steady I EAGLE'S. The tam01.I, nationally and Girls, makes shopping
is why the Pixie Shop is Starke has given her since
advertised brand .
\ customers. There are w many I simpler than ever. MI's.Kelly
truly a friend in need for she bought the Pixie Shop
new faces In Starke and vic- | mimes are on our shelves and in our Girl's department -
families of all sizes -.especially I Just recently. "We have
( Inity these days that we | counters familiar! names can give you all the assistance
those with made countless new friends, I
would like to such as MacOregors'. Arrow necessary In selecting -
clothes students. hal'd-on-I' for which we are grateful _, take this. opportunity -, V.-- .._....__ tfl.1..I_ c,'____ ._ _. ._ .
or extending a ; vail ficuacii. F ivi aiiciu ouuca, ciuuiea: un'VI.O" BUIE',
Where else but the Pixie and people are coming to
I warm welcome to( all to shop I Stetson Hats, Farah Casual while Ray Stone, expert in
.. Shop could you find durable realize that Pixie Shop pricesare I' with Jack and Edwards pants Hart. Schaeffer, & boy's wear is always on handto
school dresses. Prices start right, and the quality is Johnson Farmers \Watch Gladys I
Supply ReadyTo Repair Quality I
i' at their friendly store. Mar:*, Russ Togs, Bobble show you the best buys
... at $1.99. Panties, child 5 for there too. she added.So With Brooks, Alleen, House of and latest fashions.
.. Teen for 100. hurry on down to the the many activities
$1.00. girls,
f Scarfs In all colors only 49c Pixie Shop and share in this I that children, take part in Morrison Tolbert & Butte- Come in this weekend and
Aid Our Farm StudentsFarming Offered Here Williams
...0and a marvelous selection really big sale. You'll find By today, they need plenty of knit and many. many others let us help jou outfit every
known for their quality.
Flats In all styles for a at// our selection is much larger good, fresh meat and vege- school boy and girl in sour'family.
than before. / tables to keep up their As A special back-to-school You'll be satisfied
is becoming\ bigger of buylng"thelr' farm supplies School time is "watch : the convenience
strength for classroom work:, attraction EAGLE'S is featuring and we will also get satisfac-
business every :year' in in Starke, where they can time" and with the opening tomers. Our as well as physical trainingon this weekend good/, tion In knowing/ that we

Bradford County. That is see what they are getting." of a. new school term at watches are the athletic field. It Is sturdy dungarees for boys have helped you solve (your

1 Firestone Bikes For Boys And Girls why A. R. Johnson of JOHN Mr. Johnson said. "Prices are hand, now's the time to students-both here that Edwards Grocerycan and girls as low as! 3 pr. back-to-school clothing problems -

I ; SON'S FARMERS Just as low here as they are have WILLIAMS jewelry\ put : who. want good be especially helpful, for $4.88 and good-looking, long- .

is pleased to see the SUPPLY'j anywhere else. and the home- your present watch In tip- dependability at they take great pride In the wearing shirts to eo( with!

being made by town merchant will always top condition Or, if you needa price." high, quality and moderate
Will Make New School Term Easier
: County growers who. I stand behind what he sells new' watch-WllllAniK!': has Williams !! price!!' of their meats and

opting new, Improved methods you." I them to suit any price range. complete line of 1;I lather foods. These reasonable

to handle our well known i Leading brands of feeds, Parents are reminded thata High School class prices feven In today's Inflation Educational Value Of Movies
: Want to make the If prefer to
new Or you give
crops. seeds, fertilizers are also of- reliable watch is the stu other Jewelry I are available day I'
school term easier and more the bicycle] as a Christmas Having a farm background 'fered to the farmers of this i dent's most valued friend and signed for BHS In the 'week-not lust every weekend I

: fun for everyone concerned' ? gift, you may put it asde now himself Mr. Johnson knows area by Johnson's Firmer: ; constant companion durim' Birthstone rings specials. Stressed d :
The secret lies In getting a on our convenient lay-away By ManagementWhen
the farmer's needs and pro SUpply Other Items stoolcec the busy school days ahead. bracelets are !
You will find it pleasurableand
S handsome moderate priced plan.Of. I blems. He is ready to supply at this popular store Include Punctuality is one of the gifts for the I
: !Firestone bicycle for every course, bicycles are Just those needs with the best in board, roofing and many other most impbrtant traits that !a convenient experience to
Williams has a \\0\ shop at Edward's!. Grocery be- "Your children are fortunate the to the
S school-age, child in the< family. one of the many useful items answer taking
feeds fertilizers
high quality farm farm and household necessi young person can have anda
of these, as cause It is outside the central to be living in this modem whole
family to the show
that be found at
: may your and many other farm ties. Of course there is always good watch, is the best way other gift
: Starting 5 the friendly Firestone Store. Items business district and :parking age when they can see and never' leave the car. The
September' I necesitle a nice line of groceries : to teach' this priceless habit. and old.
of all U never a problem. Our low the beloved old classics on youngsters have the freedom
: school term'-rat race" will Household appliances Mr. Johnson and his accommodating and meats, so you can get Watch repair service at and other
: begin all over again and it is kinds, many hardware; items, :' staff alio en- everything you need wuh on- Wiliams Jewelry is kn'wn far But is name overhead also helps! to keep the modern Academy Award of talking, snacking and enJoying -
tackle, i.alnts. it not down costs to the consumer winners come to life en the the show, all at the
to toys fishing
task for mothers
: no easy Joy working with the young ly one stop. and wide for its high standards students that screen
rush through breakfast to lunch boxes,. thermos bottles, people in their agricutural "We are In the business to and satisfaction is popular. We and you save from penniesto either in the Modern same time.

take the children to school, etc. are Just a few of the programs- the Future Farmer serve the needs of tht peopleat guaranteed by the use of the for the bride are dollars on every grocery Air-conditioned Florida Theatre Mr. Barksdale says that

: then have to return rot them many useful items on our the 4-H Boys and Girls the lowest possible prices, most modern equipment for with our wide order. or the ever so" popular 301 many modern mothers are

a in the afternoon. Why not shelvesMr. the Future Homemakers, ,and that is what ac ounts for testing and getting your diamonds Yes-your boy May be the Drive-In south, said Bobby learning that threatre par-
S Jordan is deeply and astronaut of tomorrow if Barksdale, owner of both ties for their
appreciative -
rid yourself of this time-kill other groups. and'i our success come see for watch in perfect running for the you youngsters
e ing chore by getting each of the wonderful "Our farmers and yourself! ," advises Mr; 'Johrt- condition. or other wedding give' him the correct diet to theatres, in discussing! the aiake a delightful way to enter'taln. -

S school age youngster in the patronage that has bcen accorded farmers should! get tha son. 'You xwlll .be surprised' how ion.any And for kep his body strong today- opening of the fall school low easy it is to let

: family a handsome new bicycle them by the people of easy it Is to own one of our Mothers and that girl of yours might term. the little guests go to the
S at the FIRESTONE Starke and surrounding: trade r fine ""watches," Ring. be chosen for some equally Past generations could only movies and then serve refreshments -
STORE? Just drop by this area since they opened their Williams. "We says The next time responsible mission -if they read the famous classics, but afterwards. This
weekend and let Eston Jor- store here in 1964. They feel I Meat And Produce Needs Are glad to make terms are to always suit of liams Jewelry The are strong in mind) and body. students of today tan see relieves the tired mother of
don show you how easy.U is that this fine patronage is a Come out to Edwards)! Grocery them in beautiful color as the problem of having to

: for your child. -to enjoy the vote of confidence and has. sv nonymous.London's today and see if you don't well as hearing them.. plan:*and cpnduct games and

thrill and convenience of enabled them to constantly Filled By Lawson's MarketHaving agree it's the friendliest, most 1 it comes to musid!, oontest or other entertain-

: owning a beautiful talk" You expand their Inventory and \ convenient, and most econ- also the movies are a great ment.

S will be surprised to learnS services to better serve the Beauty Salon omical place to shop in this source of entertainment to' jWhytnot plan a theatre

that prices start as low as people of the area.Denmark's LAWSONB MARKET & been in the meat I entire area. the young people. ;t. ; for'your child's next
3099. The Florida, and 301 Drive- birthday? Mr. Barksdale will
COLD STORAGE located producing and processing I
near .the Seaboard cVix>t on business for Permanent in Theatres are always Interested be glad to make all the necessary -
many many ForBack .To"'S .-, .. in young, people and r'
St. carries thetineI' the city'I arrangements:
Washington years, Lawsons have the pyCleric
Edwards!! awo told Die try to bring them the best Our fall bookings are the
Now line of fresh meats and know-how to give the housewife -
i Expanded Store he had in entertainment at modest 1
received information the
no best entertainment field
meat products\ always avail full value for every Has summer sun and wind metics thfit put from prices. The 301 Pvlve-in is has
I able at reasonable prices that dollar spent on meat. 1 playedhavoc with your hair ,oil back into the .

are easy on the budget.No With so many newcomers; Chances are you had won As a on their new budgets. A C1aaudflej "* TO the TIL&!: I A Classified. .. Ad hi the TELEGRAPH -
Serving Area Better Than growing child's meal is In Starke these days, the derful vacation this summer. ready-for-fall Councilman McRae, noting brine l'eIoul' l. I GRAVIITng\ results

really complete without some Lawson Mrs Ada, H. A. but now you need to Ret your are offering a Council Instructed the department -

kind of nourishing meat beIng Ewell, and JIm-take this OPpOrtunity 'hair and skin back Into con- and individual heads to turn theInformation ... .... .
-'it 1
visited DEN It Is also Important to have in two months ,
you Included dally-for meatis to extend' cordial dition before starting the for the ago fe..Q. '
MARX'S FURNITURE Co. adequate lighting throughout the bod'va' chief source of greeting and welcome to all fall] round of activities.In normal hairTeenagent price of "Let's adjourn, we'll get I : '

: of Starke recently? U not,. the home in order to protein. Diet authorities also to visit their store where this connection Eloise are to you." I Right Down ,f ; : : .i

you will be genuinely amazed avoid serious eye-strain stress the Importance of free parking facilities are always Loudon, Sharon Oaines, Bar- welcome at .r ; ':

: at the diversified stock of while studying that might meat in the daily fare of adults available. Having: beenin bara Laine, Bobbie Turner, salon, where they Starke Armory I JvJSS 1
I the for life. An :.t!
furniture and home lurnish- damage eyes
S especially our senior business in Starke so and Mary Noesel! have some en helpful advice ...
ings now being shown on our I. inexpensive student lamp to citizens, who need this extra many years they need no helpful suggestions."A problems Transfer There At t :'k. "

expanded floor space. You go with !the desk ,v-ould do supply; of protein. introduction to old-tima residents reconditioning visit to up right cosmetic and to -: \ : mF ifj 4 : J'
S would have to travel Tar to the trick. ,. .
The friendly staff at Lawson's but they are always ) ,
our salon individual *
during this last
find: a more complete line. or !I Proper rest is another Important Market & Grocery Invites anxious to make new friends.! pre-school weekend would dowandel'II' have .a complete Meeting SetThe 'i ", .e,.,.,.-'i4"-p, ,.;

more economical prices than Item for the healthof parents of school chil- The Lawsons invite your for any girl's morale, Norman Wasworthys :A *. jl'.I1'tr' ';

: are being show right here in the child. If you are not:' dren to come In dally and' select Inspection at any time of no matter what her age, and Important to City Council will meet "

starke I providing( a comfortable mat- their meats and poultry their facilities and moichan-I will get 'her off ',to a good best features of at 10a. m. Thursdy. Aug. .. ' : Like other Starke merchants tress and springs for your from a large variety of dlse. They :are confident you start In"the new*school term, dual, but at the ,I 31. with Col. Charles G'lchrlst. "' .I..i .. ',> ,
Denmark is looking boy or girl, you are doing choice cuts on display in this 'will be convinced that no Mrs. Loudon says. maintain that State Quartermaster. of St They're S SellingAll

: forward 'to the new schoolS them a grave injustice that clean and sanitary market. better quality at no more Alei the damage dene to that is so Augustine to work out details h" I .#
term and Is especially Inter '' might keep them from doing We especially invite you to reasonable price can be the men folk. of releasing the. oil:! : ,
skin and hair .
by sun )
: ested in helping you outfit their best work in school. At take a look at the beautiful found anywhere. TRY LAW- wind and water, all feminine Don't delay Starke armory to( the City of ..
a private study nook for that our present low prices. every display' of meats in our cold SON'S for your next meat for an Starke.Co. Their
members of
school age boy or fcirl in home can afford a good Innerspring storage department. order! the family; needa 1
complete reconditioning and get ready D (Malnt.1] 33rd: Support .
child attain mattress for every There is economy for \
your home. No can no in And by the way a vote treatment which Loudon's I Ing of school, Bn.. the local National "
his best marks in school member of the family. buying inferior grades of Ewell for City Councilman ,,
Beauty Salon offers, as wellas hectic round of Guard unit, moved into its g ( 1
without a certain amount of School items are Just a meat when you can have the will be appreciated by all of individual hair-shaping, that come with new armory on F.dWUc'fRoad FURNITURE ?nAt "
homework, and he is much ; small part of the diversified best for less at Lawson's.to I us. season. after returning from .
I and personalized styling. They
likely to apply hlmsef J "-1i! I
more displays of home furnishingsthat
I also have the answer to the And by the way summer training at Camp *#, ,
.to his books If !the home pro- I Denmark's has gathered I weekend.The ,
Blandlng last '
dry skin condition with Arthur "
for -
a City --- -
I custody alive and unhurt. Counties.
vtdes pleasant surroundings ion
together for your inspection t
line of Merle Norman cos- will be old site on N. TempleAve.
I ?.._ and modern facilities for I and approval. Limited "Nobody" wanted to hurt I He had visited the Con. us. had originally been

c.- 'studying. apace prevents us from going him Deputy Moon said ners since Friday Aug. 18. deeded by the City to the

,?.. If possible, he should! have, into detail\ no why not after he had.. been shot at. He first ran Mrs. Conner National Guard with a clause

a desk of his own where he visit DENMARK'S this week- HIgginbotham filed a second I from the house with a but- to the recent )' that title would revert to the

can keep his books and papers end and see for :yourself. shot when he got to the cher knife. Her husband useda Teachers Given vote limiting city if It ceased being used HALF

1 and 'other school sup- Again we say you'll be sur shed but again not at anybody table and chairs to keep Ing of rive mill for armory purposes. : PRICE

plies without fear of having rlsedat the quantity Moore got to the corn: away from the knife until he port of school. The Job of moving Com

::," them disturbed or misplaced., the quality-AND ,the price I er of the carport where he could grab their young son Leave \With h Pay plan seems to be a pany D's half million dollars

could see around the corner. and make his! escape od to relieve ad worth of ordnance repair

The deputy continually tion- time to Higglnbotham. but talked to Hlgglnbotham who provide adequate ial to the WHY PAY MORE?
new armory was
f: Man Killed IContlnued From Page One]
he never answered them. would lower and raise the Power Plant port schools in lieu completed over the weekend

Fearing the M-l rifle they shotgun. When he wouH BHS and a Vocational guidance posed reduction Local Guardsmen were

knew Hlgglnbotham had, the raise the gun Moore would counselor for the new area funds. paid almost (25,000 for the Come On Down And SeeCLIP
In lawmen could not got closeto pull his head back around the vocationaMechnlcal' school.
Gunfight Contract Let Casey warned, two-week training period! at .
.. ...- the house. Finally the corner. Finally Hlgginboth- Casey added that the county the senate Blandlng] : -'----------,--.--.....-

... lobbed two tear gas proJec- am fired, and six pellets has been fortunate to find the tional amendment >> TillS COUPON

[Continuel From' '"ale One] tiles through the kitchen struck the concrete blocks a [Continued From" Page One] capable ,teachers that It has a potential threat
I door, Hlgglnbotham had already foot from the deputy. undr! sanctloif. 'conditions. lie operative License Sale SPECIAL FRI. SAT.
II -*'*. lives two houses west. Deputy fired one shot out the The lawmen then ocgan to parking area will be paved. j said Jlwt alt but. one of the cing relationship, To Give Bradford --

I _, Moore answered the call east window, the opposite fire closer to Hl glno.>tham; facing church Street. new teachers hired for county In the loss of local HAVE SOME NICE

about ,1:30 Sunday afternoon end of the house from where but said he never even flinched The power plant tills year positions this fall have been local control of About $5,000Bradford

I and was first 'to arrive at the tear gas went in, but no- as bullets strtck'; the reached its maximum sustained rank III (bachelor-level college state, toy assuming LAMPS
the scene. He was warned that side of the County will gain $$1.95 each
I body was on shed around him. About a operating capacity, graduates) or higher.In cial responsibility,
- away from the house by Conner house about 18,000 per year from th.
I ," dozen shots were fired before although it could cnrry a assessing the county tempt to Impose ,
: J : who he would Of licence
told occupational
Forced from the house by the man hit. Chief KW over local polley" as
was peak load 4of S.728 for building program, Casey said resulf] of WITH TillS COUPON
be shot It he went closer. a new panned
the tear gas Hlgglnbotham Deputy Brown said. Hlggln- about two, hours at the time. that Breaker's new Junior high The
.ai.,. Moore soon received assistance took refuge In the doorway bot ham had fired three The plant 1 is now producing school will be completed by that he was \ during, the regular legislative MW""MMM*' 9"ln ****M>-***'*V**- ...V>-m M Kl---"""*
.. according to Tax Colt
from Deputies Ashley of a tin shed about 40 yards times. 7.3 the Sept 5 school to "
per cent more elsctricltythan : Openingdate posed" any .1. R. Kelly. !9) x 12 PLASTIC SURFACE
Brown Robert Green and from the house. Hlgglnbotham was admit last year. or ,shortly thereafter, of the county's

I -... .. Deputy Albert Sweat from Deputy Moore then closed ted to a state mental hospitalin The Council and Tmstees' I w hfl 1 S construction on tlteHampt. administrative The new law provide that RUGS S
I *"* Lake Butler who hear about in on the house in an effort May this year. after. being also accepted, the low bid of "'.. Elementary_ school' 3-raill limit was tha tux collector In each county $$3.99

the situation over- the radio. : to see whether Hlgglnbotham charged in Columbia County the J. F. Dees Painting Co. still appears to be about two the House shall Issue the licenses! In
Sheriff P. D. Reddish heard had the rifle shotgun with weeks of the State Comptroller. I
or / with aggravated assault. He toehlnd schedule. Renovation -
I ***' to sand! and blast and repaint thai?' the
his deputies talking on the I him. Deputies Brown and his a recoid! with the Lake the 250,000 gal. of the BUS "A" buildIng funds realized We also have
I radio as he returned home Green were about 50 yards I I City Police Department golny city water tank ac .cap&Pratt Is 'prv schedule, accordingto State shall go entirely to one of the best T. V. Technicians .
from church and soon joined the I the the county. In the put, thr in North
away watching man back into the 1950's. He wxs Street Playground for $3.459. superintendent, and will Florida.
the fray.Deputies. emerge from the house as arrested eight times by thepolice be ready:. for students on Sept, county has received only one-

surrounded: three I they lay on the ground with and nine times by the ,. WOI'k', the new area Get third of the money. Kelly Said,

... sides of Conner's house while only grass separating: them Columbia SherIffs ,Dept. for I Il vocational-technical !school! is .. . Application of the new la*,'
""*"' T1IK HIOIIT<< POINT for theway aile -- and other matters of Inforent C. H.
Jimmy from dlsorjder a'd or schedule
Radio Dispatcher HUglnbotham. l assault and battery, ralah'lghopeR NASWORTHYFurniture
to. tux collcctgrf will 11 Ill-:
write. Come In (Continued Fom be
you ; 1
Onann held Hlgglnbotham But the lawman held: their conduct; malicious mis-1 that It can be turned
..'" on the phone trying to get tire; the man had still not chief, and possession! of a doe and elect yoerr favorite. KB .Over fIn""ttI1I1Serotll! the '/scheduled from the power at a statewide meeting j -

_, him to come out.. Th: ilcpuUM flreU at them and they. still deer Htj haj! alo; been ..r- 'It'KHKOOK 1 I founUin pell. Nov 3 deadline. central location Thursday: In Fort Myers. Kelly & Appliances
ff nnetl to attend! the meet-
.]<*) c-liaJ &tuna-After-i. 1ad hope of .6tUng him laJ -' redte.1 In Mitmlltoa ;ui4Jui j Who.Q asked for his reaction: ojiuuoduu all the
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,;,, .":.,: ''f, "' .'\<, ': -t w. : ; slderably. the coach rail1.: : Anew Coach Sexton says. Mayton' Mayton Tex Patrick, Connie&

Rep. Shaw s Home Repair Bill ..1 > .' t ;1. l_ '1''I player Charles Breedon,'I the captain la running at offensive -'I Elder, and Ralph Morgan are
t ''I 1. ,ia senior. Is a defensive safe- tackle and defensive also getting work at line
ty and should oe quite a help linebacker now, although he, backer.

to. the club tlursa says has played middle guard and Senior Plen Onarui la the
Vetoed Friday By Gov.li'rkA (* At this stage of the game defensive end. only experienced defensiveend

liine\ Couch Tony Griffith The offensive ends are doing but Scottie Smith a Jun-

bill sponsored by } t \ says, the advantage belongs "a terrific job," Coach ior, l 1& working well there,
Rep. tentlon that It
was "rush-Job was absolutely no justification tq the lettermen the
Eugene Shaw. Starke. to i I P' experienced Sexton says in aiding;!' : toIlurse's Coach Griffith says Patrick
legislation. ,
eliminate fraudulent whatsoever for the veto. j ,l I V j' players. But lie andoffensive praise of Plenn played there under contactfor
tnrfi! illicit The bill was Introduced into he added. Line Coach
Mike Onann, Donnie Elder, Scottie
practices In the I the first Tuesday
home I the- House In May but dld- Shaw attributed the veto to Sexton had praise for tackle Smith, and Ronnie Orlggs. .
repair business and looked:!, good, the coach
was ,
last nol clear committee until the the Influence of lobbyists, Charles Smith, who I Is real All are real quick he adds.
Friday by Gov.
Bark Claude :, final week of the July special particularly those representing r' quick for a 220 pounder. Allan Defensive? the experienced saidDonnie Ronnie
session.! The bill was approvedby the Florida Retail Federa 1 q Crawford also came in linemen, like Mayton. ,
The legislation which would the Senate in the waning tion. Florida Home Builder's J for some praise at offensive who hive played are having Grlgg, and senior Gone Mel-

have helped to eliminate fly minutes of the last day of the Association, and large compa- tackle no trouble with their assignments vln. a hard-nosed battler, are i

by-night home !impr vement session, after Shaw had Per- nies such as Sears He Roebuck Robbie smith is coming as the boys gO through, working at the offside!\! end: 1\\

operators, by requiring licensing sonaly walked the bill! across and: Montgomery Ward along; real well at center, fundamental drills Coach spot. S

of such contractors and the Capitol to the Senate who supply materials for home JqW and Is another big man at Griffith says.Middleguard, Tornado coaches !are rtress-;
by Imposing a penalty o: chamber. Improvement. Shaw said that Ing fundamentals In the first
i | 210 although a junior. SOph- is wide! open
$1.000 fine or a year In prls- Shaw said that he was "na- these special Interest groups, omore Bill Buby, at 218. Is now with Allen Crawford two weeks of the pre-season
on for fraudulent or when he who have significant Influence -I : drills. They are also Installing -
decep urally disappointed" I' battling Smith for the starting 11-168: Willie Cohen 11-175.
Live practices was vote ,I earned of the governor's' veto. with, the governor's legislative ', spot. and sophomre Sonny Norman the I-formation find the

by the governor on thu con "It Is a good bill, and there aides, were opposedto h Bight now. Sexton says, all fighting It out. I pro set. Main advantage will
be to spread the defense,
the bill because they feared -
the line positions are wide Junior Charles' Smith is i I
It would impair legitimate Hurse says, so when a Tor-
I i home improvement. Cl'nU8q1tors. Tornado lineman hit dummy IM they practice the funUuinvutul. of blocking In open. This Is especially true the only defensive tackle with nado back breaks through he
at guard where there is
Bill Powell ,d Shaw contended that prwtlcnVednemh y morning. )t'" work Work work for the aspiring grldder. In experience than :anywhereelse. any some last experience.season after He played being will have a better chance for

there Is absolutely nothing these!'. hot Miuuiier days' three''weeks. before the rust game with Macclmny Arpt. IS Right now, sophomores brought up from the JV longer yardage.

stated or Implied' In the bill "Be careful, you'll lilt It," the Tornado coiwhmt repeated. ait they f''LhllrWd the Ralph Morgan and steve squad: and It heloed him The Tornadoes are practicing -
which would adversely affect in just helmet and shoulder
Of i NationwideInsurance llnrmon to further effort. Crawford, are running therewith greatly, Coach Griffith says.
k legitimate contractors. pads with no contact in
Willie Cohen and Sonny But the two spots are wide
I Shaw said that the bill had i I the morning sessions which
Norman, also a soph open; with Allan Crawford,
been endorsed by the Mortgage next week will be cut to one
Tells fighting for the top spots. Bill Bubv. Robbie Smith, and
Banker's Association and hour, entirely devoted to the
V Two-year letterman Andy Sonny Norman working there.
the State Asso- TornadoesShine will dress
by Attorney's Theyi'
passing game.
Mayton, all-conferencd an 1 Soph Steve Crawford should
ciation. He added that visually :- I In full pads each afternoonand
How! all-state at tackle last year turn out to be a good line-
all financial
of Florida's continue
will probably
Is a fine all-round ball player. backer Griffith says. He !Is
Institutions and leading con-
of "That's all you can say," I working with Captain Andy to scrimmage each day.
struction firms approved

"Nationwide the legislation. In
insurancefor The Bradford legislators Scrimmage"The

children starts at $1,000, said that If re-elected, be
I would introduced the bill again
jumps to $5,000
yet during the next session. I boys looked real good, be one of BHS' strongest Hall showed continued improvement

low premium stays the same" hustled real good" Coach I runners In a long while, along with Baddy,:! ,

JV PracticeTo David Hurse slid of his 1967 Hurse says. Junior Billy Be- Trawick and Reggie Flynn,.1
art dera ot their rirst scrimmage ote also .1I
; ae strong a runneras the coach said.
Take out a $1.000 Nationwide Juvenile Begin FridayAll I
session Tuesday."They're Patrick or Mercer although Passing receiving, which .1i
Builder policy on your child any time before his as far along as weighing only 162 coaches thought would be a i

fifteenth birthday. When he turns 15, the policy boys :n grades 9 and 10 any club we've had at this pounds has been working big weakness this season, has

jumps to $2,500 yet the low premium stays the Interested In Junior Varsity time of the year," the head mainly at quarterback. He begun to pick up. Receivers
football are asked to meet at
same. Tornado added. has mara game experiencethan John Warren, a flanker, and

At 21, the policy Jumps to $5,000. Still the same the field house Friday Aug. His backfield more experienced anji back and is the on- ends Plen Gnann Donnle

low premium.It's 25, :at 9 a. m. than the forewall, ly returning letterman. Elder and Scottie Smith

Coach Chuck Mason said looked "especial/!* sharp." "He's shown good Improve- have been catching the ball,,
a money-saving: way to get your youngsters The Tornadoes reported In, ment his passing has picked Horse says. z
that 37 have already reported
started on their own insurance program. Cash and top shape. They scrimmaged up considerably although he Right now, the coach say,

loan values can help with college starting a busi- to- practice with the varsity. 20 minutes Tuesday and did not nit. his receivers with Ronnie Ortgga, a weak! side

ness, getting married. Call today about the Juvenile Hurse had: nothing but praise regularity Hurse says. The end. is the most Unproved
Estate Builder policy. CEMETERY' WORKINGAT for them. coach aso praised Belote on boy on the squad: He's much
NEW HOPIS Fullback Tex Patrick. 193: defense, the junior will also quicker, has been making

pound junior, had the head call signals for the defensive some fine catches arts wL 1
A cemetery workingwill
BiLL POWELLPhone coach smiling. A much-Im safeties. become one of the Torna-
at New Hope Primitive proved ball player, Hume John Warren J. Roy Chas- does' prime targets, the coach t't x' V V V
Baptist Church on Tuesday, said of Patrick; "He looked teen, and Mercer also looked V

964-0164& \ 404 W. Madison St Aug $9. All Interested per- real good blocking and fine good on pass defense, a subJect says.Mike Norman, sophomore _

;: sons are urged to attend and running. much stressed In the quarterback working with: the

Starke Florida bring tools to work with. Senior Larry Mercer at the Tornadoes' pre-season drills.I varsity, has Improved con-
I running spot, looks as 11 he'll Gene Melvin and Dennis,

I'I Would You Believe ...

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Nitldnwlilt life Iniurenee Company:' horn otficei Columbus, Ohio, Yr +!yfe.l.e. : _
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y : -.. 'f'"\ I with us and add to it every
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whin you, can't'let
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M+a/ca/ tang t'! ,I Savings and Loan W vv5c

Not wishing to trust his mop-top to U. ": 1 "' :
I Before (left) and after first trip to barber JI
S. Navy barbers John Spengler, vocalist
shop in 13 month 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 96.15000PATIO
with The Souls visited a Call Street bar-

ber shop Tuesday and voluntarily parted
.wb s r.s x Beatle hairdo he
with the
/nw n Iamb d 'company
ntlramant IIcial.nee KcasiseawhlOyw le.awn had been growing since February 1966.
t John recently signed for a four-year Navy ISTAIUSM1D 1fO'Coler. 4 '

.L. I hitch and left Thursday morning for boot B ad.ccKI ftb Specials! I

training Great Lakes Naval Station. Green -

:Turq.::! 3 / POWER
Wm:kk. Pr. Ad.uminum Grntin ,

Mrs. Knight NOTICE TO DEFEND BRADFORD COUNTY TELE. Alcoa aluminum'construe.vvtl* JYr MOWERSPowerful

IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD GRAPH. lion with sturdy synthetic 4
,caM.etI'l i' .. COUNTY, FLORIDA! Dated thus let day. or AuC' Plastic cycle
./NLM.' 1' 1510 yen.aKhrct Services Set IN CHANCERY. u... 1967. : Webbing. Non Briggi-Slrattort
x,1110 1M CHARLES A. DARBY. kg. '
A A RON BUHNER / f Engine.Re- ItUHIE) SUMNER Clerk ol the Circuit Court. Llclradea '
PLIOtuLvu. By Beulan M. Moody starter
For SundayMrs. V cSEf1futf: Clerk .hid""' Che.... ,-,.

Nancy L. Knight widow DIAMOND Adoption oft RICHARD JOHN S11 4t 9/21! 2--.fI...,......ell.... '" 19" MOWER

of the late D. E. Knightof Dufendent, t, 3 heraepewe
Begin to meet them confidently NOTICE TO APPEAR 7"
Stark, was born September To: Richard J. Diamond 7486 .efI.

with the help of the worldfamousDALE 22.. 1879 at Lake Butler You Addr..are..: hereby Unknown notfCled tbata HAMMOND 1 e tear

and died August 23, 1967 In null for Adoption of Rlchartl '2 DOWN 5 g9s
CARNEGIE the ..Bradford. County Hoe. John Diamond hae. been filed ORGAN STUDIOPioterlV ,
COURSE pital. In the above named Court and' Centp.n aaM ;
t7.r 1
cause and you are required 5
(She :was a daughter of the 'lerva a copy of your anewev AuthorizedHammond of9yS \ 21 Deluxe 1
late John and Nan- or pleading to the complaint DOWN
H. a Fly everyone 'a 10 WAYS sus trelll'' ''on the Plaintiff Attorney Organ MOWER
touched by workday cy Roberts Langford, and Is Hon. Lotx Green Starke, Florida Sorted a ftorvtc
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But vie survived bytwo sons Paul and file the original In the Leevra to> play the easy: -I j| 3 HefMpawerI"
and onxleti.
cares ....... _fIok_ p...... Knight of Coral Cables and cuit yt tic.Court or the Clark of before the Cir the 110 N. W. 10th A_ | WK .le-
is I or
tho Important thing ti, w.-.. flees Hollls V. Knight of Starke, 11th itay. of September 1887; CkUneenrtlle 8bop.lag Center) "WI Rear Baffle
do you let them bother '- c..... ......... v. three grandchildren, eight'greatgrandchildren othirwUe. the ull.gatlone of I '/

you? Or da you meet .... bMd..NtIN.e. .. tb..a. and one a.aid conferred Complaint by will you. be taken Adjustable VUwl Book '" $6995

them confidently T h. .,......... w.... w.s ideaDal. /. great-great-grandchild. This notice ahall be pub Hulled Covers. All .... JO cents at.at OTHER ALUMINUM PATIO.SPECIALS $5 DOWN .
) Course ofw.... ... onus .aoh week for four y
Carnegie lm wee ..aNs Mr,. Knight was admittedto rnnnmMitiveweeka In the Tk T.lee:-aph. 4 Folding

fare all established pra- c.III III a.1..6. ...... awn, the practice of Law at Fort CHAIR............Se.)98 +t

gram de.ignod to help t....... saw asra.n Pierce,. Fla., in li06. and ls> Support. Vote For : : : andLAWSON, Stack

you renew faith In your.i.lf said to be the fifth woman CHAIRratio $491 22" SEtP-PROfCUED
,. .....t problems - - lawyer In Florida. She! assisted Elect I "" a MOWER
iqu.rely maleo po.itiy.deci.ions. her husband In his law office $ *' y : .9HH.a.pvw.r
on occasions, and was ./boys ,
EWELL ... r o Fill laffleo S89t>

Plan to attend Ute ouan- engaged, church in numerous, and cultural business Priced e.ak.l.ene.a11M CHAISE LOUNGE....s-won. ,'" _' tld/1 rl Deluxe ThreltUe.S"Wheelet

Start making the most baUonal meetlD6 For addl- activities In the community.She Separately hWioI. CheJr...aa 6" D.lux. "
of your abilities now! See nodal IntormaU sail the was a member of the TO YOUR: r ..... CUSHIONlOUNGE..rl6" $10 DOWN $3.30 WIIK f

for yourself how Do'' piece 01 George H. Pierce, PInt Methodist Church -
Corn.lo classes call help H"-nel.' Sponsored by The where funeral services will be CITY COUNCIL r J.GROUP +

you boost self-confidence. Starke R.ul'J' Club. held at :3 p. m. Sunday with FOUR

stoat you toward a brightFlorida Institute IDe..r the pastor Rev. V. J. Rags- -
.tutll". dale, officiating. Interment IS Yearn.. Experience In City OoTenunene I

will follow In Crosby Lake EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED -
Cemetery with, DeWitt C. CAPABLE Herman Willis Owner Bill W1sPn.! Manager

Jones Funeral Home to Your Vote and: Support Will, Be Greatly 128 S. Walnut St. I Phone 964-5289&
charge of arrangements: ,

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tlon I get out of the communications -
I In Annual Report : Is the knowledgethat

the poor dumb clucks

got no return on their heavy

I postage Investment soliciting in printing.a, guy whois and
Engineers Project Costing $142,975 place.unquaiflcd In tho first

-- I for one would like to see

An annual .report. recommending of the Pratt Street war tauk Instead of the present $32. In- in net Income IIf approximately all of this type of mail abolished -

projects that would which Is being done now, and ,tala tlnn of I larger meters 120 per cent. The Income did Tip To Post Office Department: over and over again. As an'Occupant' celve once a week or more an ;! and a requirement I
'Resident" I against
or offer to Insure
coat $142.075. If all) lire rnruoiJ continuation. of hydrant flush carry a similar Increase. increase ':'10 same percentage that these leeches be required -
out wltbln the next year, ing. Large utility service Instal- as the Increase in tht. 'Junk' MailBy am sucker number 1. Glvdent- anything from warts to lumbago to pay the first class rate I II
Raise Rates On .
has been submitted to the Snneruge Sywtein lations involve considerable expenditures therms of gas sold because the ly enough people fall for the provided I am nut over on anything they! :dron in the \

Starke, and structures of larger rxmtomers buy at .1* gag to make it worthwhile, 60 years of age when I am I mall box. r
City Council by the engineering Buildings of funds which gun / Kutwell Kiss pronto. I don't have to assume -
firm of Reynolda, the sewerage system, recently should be shared equitably by reduced rate as their demand any obligation, buy But question it when I re- over 70. The only

Smith, ant Hills\ of Jackson- Inspected by the engineers, are the user and ..'.Ie City, tho en- Increases, whereas the gas sy-s I thought when they raised anything or risk a dime. I'

ville. In satisfactory condition, foe gineers state. Uniform prac- tern buys gas at a fixed rate postage rates awhile oack It It seems that about ten

Naming; several projects that report states.Major tices should bo established an<. with adjustments only for gas might discourage the eager thousand business organiza-

could vli'ally? affect the eco- recommendation Is the enforced for all utility service air conditioning cuaJomors. beavers who for years have tions are standing In line I Believe Our Government Can

nomic stability of the city the purchase of a sewer cleaning connections. Growth of the /gas; system in flooded the mails with a varied with several billion dollars

report was termed excellent by machine I at an estimated I Insurance' the sixth year of operation! Indicates assortment of Junk mail. worth of cash and merchandise -

member' of the City Council $5,700.: Over the years the The well pump Installationsat the effect large ,commercial Instead it seems to have Inspired eager to give it to me And Should Be Conducted On An ,,

the Bond Trustees, nnd Utllltx report states, the City 1 has Water Plant No. 1 and and industrial! ..us tom- them to greater ef- if I'll Just return the card.

Department heads present at a spent considerable money South Street -Alligator Creek ers can have on the system, forts. While your and I are Maybe somebody, some Economically Sound Basis Ad-

special! session, Friday night. cleaning sewers. are not covered 'by the list of the engineers' state. penalized with a postage rate where, may have won one of
Aug. 18. Presently there MORE __.. MORE ___ MOREOrowt'a of 5c for first class mall to
are approxi- properties insured, the engin- these prizes. But If they didI hering To A Code Of Ethics That
An $85.000: sanlfary? sewer mately 1,050 feet of 8-lnch, eers have found. They recomMend of the system is approaching help relieve the burden and have, never heard ')f It. I

project and pumping stationto 3,750 feet of 8-inch. 825: feet the building be insuredfor a point where it arc' threatened with even know a lot of people who

serve thA Reno area Incorporation -: of 10-Inch, and 1,000 feet of $500 and the machinery compares favorably> with other higher! rates, these Junk mall took the trouble to return Would Guarantee Each Elected

of a recorda system topin : 21-Inch sewers that need to $1,:>00. City utilities in saturation of artists continue to load our their card but I have yet to

down expenditures of each ; be cleaned !>t a cost of about Clan System customer areas. postman with more.and more hear of a single one who Official The: Respect Of The Of _

.1 city department, new rHtes i 2.200., Sewer lines along The natural distribution At present, the oitv' gas worthless and, undesired ma-
for installation. of lines gas system is extended to the cus ever won even a rusty mouse
sewer Myrtle, Bay, Call, Wei 1 don was expanded duringthe terial. fice.
and elimination of the Ions of Streets, and Edwards Road tomer's a p p I I a n {' e free ot) trap.While
sixth of operation by Every day I receive from -I
year the glowing Itera-
.;; .A3 to 40 per" cent of I'ne water have collected a considerable! charge; but the engineers recommended .4'' 'u
the addition of 1,867 linear two to 20 Junk mall appeals. ture lists 10,000 prizes. Including '
pumped by the City were maJor imount of sand due to Infiltration in the near future, .
main and
feet of distribution Few are addressed to me per- .round-the-world
points made In the report that provisions be made for nn
l' City officials I 11 I a ten e (d to sewer along mostly U.S.In 301 an replaced/ pipe.5,621 Majority linear tee of? this of. service expan'''I equitable charge for installations srnally or usually'Resident.to "'Occupant" They-:''hundred tour, two color dozen television Cadillacs sets, a Good Government Based On Cooperation, Yet Con-

the recommendations" discussing and service.
under a current construction sion was to provide service to, Include everything from postcards of bubble

questions; .several for points more and than asking an orogram. 65 new gas accounts and represented -I without Gas I even excessive lies have increases( Increased In. to 29 page booklets all and num. 9,500 I have packages yet to !see:I a listof ceding Anyone The Right To Disagree With Impunity.I I

i Electric SystemA $6,228 In capital Improvements advising me that If I do not the winners.My .

: hour action, but Friday.the Council took no review of the power plant to the system. .operating In. a net expenses surplus and for resulted distribution -- act now and take avdantageof shoulders ache everv Promise I Will Treat Your Vote As A Trust, Not A
records 1967
"It's a good report," Councilman through June The system growth, which of $12,004 during the some Idlotld
,Merritt Williams conCluded Indicates that average load had Indicated a leveling off sixth year, the report states I will regret it to my dying advancing, stoop shoudered, Deed To City Hall.

: "Do you see why every growth and peak load growth trend between the previous iwo? day.I. to my door for I knot that

recommendation cannot be Included >re following very closely the years of operation has In this am advised that I can 'he Is carrying a doen or

: In the new budget?" trends predicted by R, S, and year's operation, shown a win anything from a Persian more pieces of junk mail .
H. The peak demand load the A. G. Art LOUDON JR.
growth trend more In keeping throw in )
Chairman Ruby Johns pointed Harem to a trip to the moon that I will have to
reached 4,000 duringthe write. Come in ,
out that the new city council with original predictions. way you If I will just attach my per- the waste basket. .
month of July. Total kilo ES-
: will take office in October watt-hour production for the Increased use of the gas system and select your favorite proper place and' mall it The pitiful part of It Is COUNCILMAN-GROUP FOUR

a and make out the budget. At resulted In an Increase TERBROOK fountain pen. >onal private number in the I that I receive the same offers -
urrent fiscal year Is running
a least two of the present members I from the same Uiots I
7.8 per cent greater than for
: will not 'be there-Williams !-
the previous fiscal year. Art Association .
C ] who was appointed to ''
S his post and is not running Stcady growth; demands that' Gets Four

: for election In the Sept. 12 he plent and
vote, and Chairman Johns who 'em be kept In first class New Members

: Is retiring from the Council operating condition, the report
after" 12 years. .states. Four new members Joined

: Serving the Reno" area with The current $650,000 Utilities the Bradford County Art Association -

sewer lines would provide the Expansion Program will at a meeting last

a greatest. number of customers .ncreaia the firm generating Thursday night In the Fairgrounds _

.; and thus revenue, as well asS mpacity of the plan: from civil defense build -

relieve the HtyVr most pressingS 1,728 KW to 5,723 KW and ing.The EXPERIENCED: WAITRESS 'I USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned : -i

unianitnry condition& the report vlll Increase the total gencritlng1 new members are: {I wanted. Apply In person at If find the Classified Ads 'r $15 up. 10 different |
: states. Cost of the proJ. capacity from 5,728 KW Charles A. Wlmer, Raiford; the Garden Restaurant tfchprReduce you your name among name ''brands to choose from. '

ect. estimated at $85,000: ma\ to 7,478 KW.Recommendations. Mrs. Ruth Lott Malmgren.i FRllIE, come to The Telegraph office and receive Two I Parts & excellent: repairs aM''

S prove prohibitive for Imme- for power Keystone Heights; Mrs. 3. J. makes. KIRBY SALES A

: diate Implementation, however. plant include replacement and McOarvey, Lawtey; and one FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SERVICE: 712 N. Main, Calnea-

Water SystemS addition to ventilation/ equip student member, Carol Reddish THEATRE PASS villa 3T6-711O. tfchg I
S comparison of water I ment in the exlaftlngplant of Starke. Membershipnow in. I

: pumping records against billIng and purchase of an auxiliary totals 30. COMER'S LAKE VIEW

a records, wR.'.i allowances emergency generator to start Twenty members participated BEACH &: COTTAGES -

made for water used by -th.S one engine in case of a complete In the "Show And Tell' DID YOU KNOW It's easy to I HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS Spend the day with your family

City In flushing hydrants, four plant shutdown. Both program. when each exhibited own a Ijon&champ, Home? Bet & UPHOLSTERY WORKS on. Santa Fe Lake. Parking

wells using water for lubrication were alternates omitted in the' a painting, sculpture, or ter built for Florida living. !1110 Lemon St. I'lUatka Gulf Service $1.00 per car. Swim, picnic

and water used at 34. contract to construct? an. addi- other work of art anj' explained Your plans or ours. Your lot I USED PARTS free. Cottages by the week.
C flush tanks, found that "unac tion to the present plant to'I the technique rscd in or ours. Contact Buford Mitchell Furniture Repaired Ph. 468-1129 Maude Comer, ,

: counted for" water runs between house the new 1.750 KW generator -' developing it. phone.964-6853, P.O. Box I Upholstered & Refinished Top Prlcen for Wrecked jDnrs Earlton. 12tchg 8-24 .
24 Hour Wrecker S_rvic
I 35 and 45 per cent of on or !ter. Tho- two Items I ''the 'next meeting vlU be I 1 238. Stark tfchg MATTRESSES REBUILT r

C the total pumped or a loss would cost about $13,300.Recommendations held Thursday. Sept. 21, FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE New Innersprings I Fuel Oil .- AT LAST! ONE STOP
of 6 to 10 million gallons per i
for tho when a Jacksonville artist
: monfti. A survey of water overhead distribution system Mrs. Jean Trammel!, has ready for occupancy. 3 bed- and Box Springs AAA 8 '* II flraea Stamps A HOME OWNERS

meters Indicate 2(8( meters In include: a check for overloaded been Invited to speak to the. room, 1% bath. Located Just Drop Tin A CtmJ or Call Bwy. SOI N. Wald POLICYFor MASONRY
outside of city limits in Pine. PALATKA EA B-9166
: the system are not operating &A8U98LiACT
transformers, $110,000: 'replace- group, and give a demonstration. breeze. Mobile Homes
the report states.Recommendation""'". ,ment of Incandescent:: streetlights I I I III Small down payment. I MRS. PEGGY !SHALJJER
II Easy monthly terms. Long- That Qualify
: /ore made I with multiple mercury I I 209 K. Adklnn St. CONWAY MATERIALSReady

that the meters be replaced, 'street lamps, (...::100; and updating Reservoir 1 champ Const Co., Contact Bu StarUs, Agent. n..Y1NO SKRVTCB! CALL TilE MAN
any leaks", detected and thai? an the electric distribution ford Mitchell[ Phone 904-8853, PLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- FROM KEYSTONE
S P. O. Box Mix Concrete Con-
238 Starke. tfchgCLASMIKIKIt : ,
effort be made to locate any maps 'or operational" reasons rentals.
plans Greyhound George E. LaRue crete Block
Sand, Rock,
S For I I
that Proposed
unmetered connections and for olannlng future expansions Charter. Keep your party together I
Cement, Mortar, Steel Oyster -
: might exist." Replacement AGENCY
charter a bus. Phone
AllHATt.lt Roof
Shell Umerork
the meters" will cost an estimated Record Black Creek 0A4-6090. tfehf Keystone fits. 473-4692 Gravel, fl'N'ut IJnteli, and

$7,500.Other ofoper8iOflal
: A major reorganization m as
l'. t. II word. .... .'1.00 Window Sill. Everything:
S minor recommendations \ procedure recommended INSURANCEAT FOR SALE or rent -- large

: which would cost an esti- by the engineers is a acre The lake possibility with about of a 125,000 3,500. a Ct E.rh word o.*. IS: __. ._? REDUCED RATES 2 story house 14 rooms, 4 for Masonry (Construction.

mated $7.400 are replacement system for maintaining for feet of shoreline, located slime fgtr ........ It not ALTO, FiR!':. BOAT baths, 8500. 514 S. EppersonSt.
: of wood roof support members each individual department' Of 31f1< 'miles northwest of Mid- paid !. sdmo.MEWORCAI.s _._JW DOYLE:: B. CONNER Y. I* Klrchaine, P.O. Box ANNOUNCINGA

at the water pumping .station the Utility System a set of dleburg. was discussed a.< a I I RRMOLt floss INS1-'BAl'qJE' : AOtJVCttfch 78 Hampton. Fla.! tfchg

at the Water Plant No. 1. records showing production. recent meeting In the Middle- a ...!. per fr.sd *
and blasting and repainting operating expenses capital improvement S AU'I'OMA.TICCONSOLE
burg Civic Center. CAlls) or TIIAftKJIBO Ready Mix Plantat
--- and revenue pro- The .vtord .. !less ... .sa.S4 I NEW MOBILE) home. Chtck- MODEL,
called -
duced. With the present combined meeting was as ..J..... word wv.r frO ..... II''TYPEWRITER RENTALS: asha 20' A 24' WIde, Buddy- Sewing: !Machine: Zig Zags,

IiiWides. I operation of the various the result of continued community II Day, week" or month. Bradford Clem Dn, Layton Travel Trail- blind stitches, buttonholes, KeystoneHeights
Interest and
\ \ I departments It Is impossible of ways and means of con croll. County Telegraph Phone era, Liberty Taylor, Aaalea, decorates, etc. Original price
i to analyze the operation of 084-630.1. tf sell $300. Has balance of $62, or
Ing flood waters In the North safe, simple and" fast i buy, trade. Yeasbank fi For Better Service To
tn this
S i anyone department of the with GoBcse> tablet. Only 930. nancing. Buckeye Tralifer Mart, party area can
of Black Creek.
Custom! Made Prong FOR RENT: 3 BR home, un- assume $2 weekly payments That Area.
system the report Koch's t flrul\"stnl.o.\ lOlchg( ; 8-24 Inc. 8478 Roosevelt Blvd.
The Idea for
such a project CUTTING furnished. Call 061-5413 (day) ; Phone COLLECT Jacksonville
For Florida Living It Is also recommended that :
Orange Park 204-2131.: tfchgMyers
We Will Not Be
was advanced In 1064 In
a Keystone Heights 473-4306. 353-1946. Ask for
material storeroom" operationsbe 3 BF.DROOM house"' 'iin.flnlHhed.5'j credit manager. -
Get Move\ Comprehensive Plan for Clay All Type (night). tfchg Will deliver. No Undersold.
tightened to insure correct :I : acres :strawberry. land.I\/a Power. Tools obligation
YOU Countv, prepared for tha
For Your $ $ Inventory and proper charging Zoning Commission. mile from city lirmU. $&,IJOO.OO. Bulldozer A WANTED Service Station fttfchg 8/31
of materials issued to each department Ph. 964-5801. tfchR Area Headquarters For
No Salaried Com Impoundment of the area was Drat Une Work Attendant apply I* B. Alava- lAwnmowers Per Tools For Rent 3 bedroom, furnished Bradford
or recommended for the p'lmary Service Station 109 N. house on Kingsley. Lake.
rca MfCuIIoch
THANK YOU NOTES Beau Chain 8aw
missioned It Is not possible now to tell J. C. Gardner
Employees which expenses should be purposes of conservation recreation tifully engraved in gold or Temple Ave.. Starke. tfchg I'Umpe ft: Water 87StemsBrt&'P Sept. 1-Juna 1. Phone 533-2233.

DAD&flRADLAUSENLIKE charged to which department, and flood control.A silver. $1.25 for box of 25, Including PHONE 944-7T2 a Stratum Engine 4tchg 8/24 EngineeringCo.

TO WORK the report says or to tell If dam on Black Creek wa envelopes Bradford Rentals Bales Service FOR SALE-2 bedroom block .

;0 a particular department Is in proposed northwest which would of createa John'lCemetery Countv Telegraph.; tf Paul! Landry POWELL 230 N.E. 16th Ave.' house. 20 acres tillable land. I

YOU Benefit! the black. lake 'and reservoir to flood THE RIGHT POINT for the SILVER SANDS LAKE Galne vW. 37S-S41I 15 Pecan Trees. Harley Hazen, .
Rates i tfchgKingdry Rt.: 1. Box 41, Starke. Phone
approximately 3,500 acres of elect your" favorite ESTER $2.700) to 93.500
While an adequate
producing land. The lake would be designed Lake 964-7933. tfchg Phone
BROOK fountain pen. TELE Starke
AD Sizes Display bond GATOR BONE
for cover-
;9n revenue present
to have maximum BEST BUY IX TOWN Furnished
a way you write. Come In and house $22,000.00,
the water and sewer. BLUE EVENING gown with
8-10-12 Wide age city's $3,575 to $1,275:
pool elevation approximating (;Itt I'll. lovely three bedroom home $3,000.00 down $16000 per 964-5403
utilities are not producing an bodice of brocade velvet with
I'Batha' 30 feet. It would normally be EASY TERMS with panaled family room. month. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Tel. .
surplus of funds for blue net skir over lovely
and Expandable adequate kept af a pool level of :20!f) WANTED Middle age cou Completely furnished and 964-3701.: Keystone Ready
capital. improvements the report feet, with the excess availa pie to run a restaurant. Apart- See S. E. McKay beautifully landscaped. Pricedto pink taffeta' slip, size 38.
fates. R, S. and H recommends Ortg. $79 now $23. Also Mix
ble'to hold up flood waters.In ment and utilities furnished Keystone Heights sell. OPEN HOUSE and Registration -
New and Used a, tightening: of expenses addition to its primary. Come to To Rena, Motel, U.S' 473-4740 or 473-4132 at Mama Priest Kindergarten man's formal white Jacket Keystone

and an I Increase in purpose. the reservoir would be 301 North Starke. tfchj I rhonesi 478-4816 OLD HOME SITE Aug. IT and 18. Call and pants size 36 stout or if., 473-4285
8-Yr. available charges to Increase revenue, I ._ $75 now $25. Ph. 473-4313,, ''
.. financing expected to attract residential\ 10 acres with pecan, pear, per- 964-7234 for information.
and a house-by-house surveyto development, as well as producing No. :586 Developers) Ovei i-ORCED TO SELL Owner simmon trees. This Is the 4tchg 8/31 Keystone Heights. Itchq FOR RENT -- 3 rooms and
Use Our Rental-Pur- locate any un.metered or Unrecorded a stabilizing effect; upon 9 acres close In. Call for In. transferred. place to build your dream bath furnished cottage. 515Nona
Pay WANTEDmature womanto
connections to water formation.No. FOR SALE 1961 Ford V-S
chase PJan the recharge area of the Florida md St. tfch?
-Payments and sewer lines assume mortgage Con- runs good $299. J. R. Bullington. operate retail clothing

Under $50 Per Month A rate adjustment> for commercial aqulfier the water-bear 547 4 Lots! Approx rete block construction. 3 CORNER LOT 'fphg store. Apply Jerry's Thrift F. O. Conner

users of the sewerage ing limestone which underlie 110' by 300'. Planted in gras ledrooms, living room, dining Convenient two bedroom Shop, 118 W. Call St. Itp
system is recommended since most of Florida and Oanrgla, & ready to build on. Well oom, kitchen, tile bath, home large comfortablerooms WANTED TO RENT: UnfurnIshed GOOD USED TYPEWRITERS -

the city Is now providing more and produce a supply of arte- Septic tank. Buy one or all !icreened porch, patio. Land- with screen porch and Bungalow, 3 'bedrooms, WANTED TO BUY- puppy from $55. Standards and

; NOW' effective sewage collection and sian water. icaped and tree shaded lot. car port. low down living: room, kitchen- and gar male, not over 3 months old. Portables. Also, Typewriters
Those attending the Middle- No. 542 Priced Right! Cot. payment breed.) Prefer Collie or
treatment at a greater expense :?:all 964-7420 for appointment. low age; with shower or bath. Mixer for Rent. Bradford County
burg meeting were told that tage, 5 rooms with enclosec payments. Ph.
than. in past years. The engineers tfchg F. G. Raymond, Rt. 1, Box Shepherd predominate. Telegraph. tf
such a project would possiblybe porch. Priced at $BOO. It
Mobile Home Site recommend that sewer SACRIFICEHave 130. 6 Shady Ave., West 964-6970.
11 for all commercial too large fo come under Department STROUT REALTY[ OR SALE -., 4. bedroom two small homes, bath minister. Mass. 01473. HELP WANTED Female.
AVAILABLE charges of Agriculture juris- 2117 N. Temple Ave., StarKe House, concrete block. Walk- WANTEDSOmeone to do General office, typing and fllllng. )-
Full Lake Privileges i, users be set at, 80 per cent. diction, and-If such were the Fla. ((904)) 964-6609 ng distance to Doctor, stores out of city. That must be /sold. Stchg 8/24 housework 3 day week Phones Call 1-7490.. ttchg
of their metered water charge.A
case-the U. 8. Corps of Engineers md town, 3 blocks to school. BILL POWELL APARTMENTS FURNISHED, 8M-S882. lltp
Homestead Exempt- rate Increase Is also recommended FOR RKNT FOR SALE
-Small unfurnished Nail to wall 1963 Chevy
C would be the agency carpeting; central $85.00 PER MONTH
Financing for wafer system with which they would workto I 2 bedroom house. Largt heat and air conditioned, Real Estate FOR RENT -new furnished FOR SALE-1963 Olds F-85 Wagon. Ph. 782-3631. Itp
tap-ons since the city pres- determine and yard. Ideal for couple 01 'arge utility room. Living 401 W. Madison! St. 4 door sedan with air conditioning -
feasibility, air-conditioned one bed-room
ntly charges only the cost of I small family. 233 N. Bay. & full power. Very WANTED Job on poultry
the availability of federal room with fireplace, good siz-d Phones: Off. 961-6461 apartments near BHS Avail-:
Lake Geneva labor free. farm or kind of work
he meter, giving ltehgW.C.T.U. good condition. Ph. 964-5390. any ; !
funds. bedrooms Nice home for modern After
lIra 5332018P. ablee Immediately or Sept. 1.
for man and wife, with placeto
\ctual cost of Installing a tap 426 N. Walnut St., Starke.
however, the Oalnesvil'e office convenient living. Pricedfor O. Box 1089 Married couples preferred. Call
Starke. Fla.
n the main, service I pipe, Itch live. Ralph Fulgham. 624
Trailer Sales of the Department of quick sale. Partly financ
'Ieter 'box and shut-off valves Agriculture .Ernest Tew Realty in OaJn- N. Church St., Starka. Itp
more than double the pres- will make :a study TO REALIZE A TRUlYFREE ed. Phone 964-5285. tfchg Richard Carter esvtJ1 at 378- 461. 2tchg 8131 FOR SALE-1940 Ford good

On Rout 10*. On* Mil SB and report on the feasibilityof condition. Phone 964-6608. FOR SALE End table $S,
nt the stated. LOST
charge report the project, according to AMERICAN.: DO BLUE TICK female. No col- vicinity County FOR SALE Zenith' Stereo, window fan $5. new outside
Keystone HelfhU Under the new rates If Floyd! I. Cnann, administrator YOUR PUtT TO GKF: KID liar or nameplate, must Identify Agent's office, pair men's white leather portable two ltp door
$5, screen door $3. First
Open Sun. & Evening I (dopted the tap-on for: a res- OF THK IIQITOR TRAFFIC. to get ner., Robert Starling. bifocal glasses' In leather .
of the Clay County Zoning speaker, hardliyi! used $45 FOR RENT3 bedroom 2 home. on trraded road 8. of
::9 dentlal: type fhre'-fourths Com.mll'olon. I Nil 11..1 I Voice 1 1U131 Rt 2. Ron' iSO, Starke. case. Call R. K. Sm th. 964- Cash. II. B. nvAterllng. 473- bath unfurnished house Ph.: TUtum Saw Mill In Lawtey.

t-.t. inch meter slza would coat J75 whll 4L4hg. : 8/31 7679 weekends. Itchg 4478. :3tchg. 831[ 633-2123.. .2tch 831| Itch







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: With Your County Agent 25 Years AgoBy

1 Hy G. T. Huggins Alice McOarvey


: Where Does The City's Money Go? GATHERED Budget time can be a time our farmers.All It was that time of year
for happiness and can also this has come at a most again when the citizens of

EErtOAy To PAY be a time for disappoint- inconvenient time. In addi- Starke were to elect their alderman -
Can the City of Starke lower is certainly commendable.But ments. One disappointmentfrom tion to having had feeders and mayor. Mayor
electric rates and what would the state level was the ready for market at an Ideal N. D. Wainwright called
have to be done to do it? The it still cannot be deter- HOMAGE TO VI rp :: delay In releasing funds earl- weight for about a month, for election September 8 1943
mined whether for instance, the ; ier so that the State Hog farmers have not been able of a mayor (he had enlisted.
question is a good one. Nobodycan Sewer or Water Department are LAST R MAiMIN t Cholera Eradication program to purchase feeders to put In the army] and three al-

answer it. losing Most city would not be Interrupted. into fields of corn at Ideal dermen.W. .

*; The City's engineering firm, operations money.are expected sewerage to lose oM( TREE j:. last Florida phase is of this well Into program.We the. feeding Right time.now we have about previously M. Edwards.announced who as had a

Reynolds, Smith, and, Hills, statesin but Starke's could be losing too are one of probably justa 33 names on the list, hoping candidate for mayor, withdrew
the annual report submitted to much. The Water System is few states to be this far each day that they. will hear In favor of L A Can-

City officials last Friday night known now to be losing 6 to 10 : / : along. This is a result of our from us. We appreciate their ova, who was chairman of
that it's "impossible to analyze million gallons of water per .T. : / swine producers cooperatingto kindness and patience but the city council" Edwards
the fullest extent possible. that won't help sell ogs. Once aong with L. A Davis K. O.
i 1 the operation of any one department month, a 35 to 40 per cent loss.
Beginning about July 10( the vaccine arrives, no grass Duncan. S. E Sparks, and
1 of the system. That was determined by a com-
i all we could tell swine pro- will grow under our feet till H. A. Bishop sought council
of the amount of water
i I The man closest to the entire parison ducers was that we had no the list has been erased. seats.
pumped to the amount billed. At vaccine and didn't know Just Then we'll want a good sup- -
*\' operation of the city's Utility department present 248 water meters do not how soon there would be per of pork chops, grits and Starke had a new fire engine .

Supt. Oscar Davis, can't function. more available. Last week, biscuits. built and equipped entirely -

answer the question either, although while two producers were In Two top 4-H girls, Jean by the Federal Works
he has some ideas. Need- That is bound to be costing the the office, Bob Taolor called Davis and Mary Broughton, Agency. Fire Chief B. C.

. less to say, without informationfrom city thousands of dollars per year. Tallahassee again to find and two top 4-H boys, Emory Buford and his family move -

their engineering firm or Further the city has no records out what Uw might tell the Prevatt and Travis Wynn, Into the attractive apart-
ppople He was glad to learn are attending a leadership ment on the second floor.
their utilities the especially prior to the work
superintendent ,
that money had been releas- conference this week at Cher- The stove, refrigerator and
l' Council members cannot be expected order system, to determine how ed, bids were out and a sup- ry Lake 4-H Camp. This hot water heater were also

to answer the question many hours of city labor or how ply of vaccine should be here conference Is made up of extra furnished by the federal government

either. much material should be chargedto h R ( by September 1. good 4-H boys and girls Chief Buford calleda

a specific department.As In the meantime, farmers from about 20( counties. fire practice drill for all
, Under the 1964 Bond Refinan- must continue to feed hogs/ Three day of group discussionand volunteer firemen for August\

cing Program, the electric, water, the engineer's annual report ii and let them grow In this making plans should reflect 19, at 0 p. m.

sewer, and gas systems were combined states a set of records should be cholera eradication program on our local program
: for the purpose of finan- maintained for each individual department S no swine can be sold unless with these boys and girls Drivers licenses' were to goon <
they go direct to slaughter. sharing their experiences in sale at the county !judge's
cing. Records for the utility of the utility system
system Most of our sales are as the county. office August 20 and The
1 such as they have been, are showing production, operating expenses 4 feeder pigs ranging from /50( We grow corn, tobacco, Telegraph notified the publla

being kept combined.The captial improvements and to 100 pounds. Most of these pasture and all kinds of of the need to renew 1941 li.-
I revenue produced which will lend\ go through regular feeder vegetables, but growing and censes. The fees from drivers!
, City now keeps no records itself to a fair comparison of its markets. To go through these developing our youth today licenses went to operate the>
of where material and supplies operation.It markets. they must have for responsibilities tomorrowIs State Highwa/v/ Patrol which
'I go when they leave the warehouseat "'fiL been vaccinated at least 21 our best crop. Seems that was commended for helping

the power plant. There is a is the concensus now that days prior to the sale. when school starts In Sep- reduce the highway trafflo
from the Electric Systemis L 'fUjsSyWill The law states further tember Is the time when all deaths from 402 In the first
purchasing agent but the purchase revenue '
that hogs should not be soldor organizations shift gears and six months of 1941 to 282 tit
and disbursement of supporting the city but no one
ing system ,
the time of 1943.
bought by farmers, and get back Into a full program. same
material i is far from what it knows if this really necessary.In It Come To This? moved only from farm to Four-H Is Included among

should be. Materials required to be farm unless they have been those that will be doing just Every farmer In Bradford
the it would
long run save
kept on hand have outgrown the vaccinated* at least 21 days. that. Countv received a letter from
warehouse at the power plant and citizens no money for their tax FARMER'S DIARYthe This Is for the protection of the War Production Board
dollar merely to be shifted from advising him that scrap Iron
must be in several lo-
now kept and steel essential to
the electric department to some were
cations. Anybody could drive In other. But if knew where the The tobacco market at variety of birds that get Guardsmen Due the war effort Enclosed wasa
and pick up a load with the assurance we High Springs closed! last Fri- In your path for one reasonor VA CompensationFor postcard on which the far-
that no record would be money is going every expenditure day for regular auction sales another. The vultures, or mer was asked to record the
made of it. could be analyzed separatelyand with about four million "devil's chickens" as they've InjuriesFlorida amount of scrap Iron other
perhaps some expenses couldbe pounds sold during the 18 been named, are the worst, metal or rubber on his farm.
Some progress is being made cut. market days. Best grades of as they are slow to take off National Guardsmen The scrap would be donatedor
leaf brought 75 or 76 cents a as you approach, and you and Reservists are reminded the government would pay
\ months
however. Eleven
, ago Supt. Supt. Davis and the present pound and the lower grades .lw! may ram one and put a dent Aug. 21. 1967 of their eligibility for 25 cents per hundred weight

Davis installed a "work order"system Council see the need for this im- brought better prices than in your car.. Dear Gene: VA compensation for injuries for Iron and one-half cent
for items of work in each portant reform in our city's or- those paid last year. Now the sustained during summer per pound for rubber.
department. Every time a crew We that action growers will have some You don't have to worry I read with Interest your training periods M. T. Dixon Sponsoring the pro,worn tn
goes out on a job a list is kept ganization. hope time for, fishing before they about hitting a crow, from editorial entlteld "Riots: An Director of the Florida the county was the TJ. S. D.
I of all materials used, time required will be taken toward its implementation start harvesting corn our experience, as they are Exercise In Futulity." Department of Veterans Affairs A. War Board of which
,, no matter who sits on By Sam McGarrer wary and flap off'well aheadof I asked, .that it be Included ] said today. James Rosier was chairman.
whether it is maintenance '
a the City Council after Sept. 12. Durlnff'the past week, the your' car. The crow seemsto In the Congressional Rec- Active duty tralnlnlf'oaccl- -
or capital improvement item, We fail to see how a realistic weather has been seasonable, Saturday. Oct. 7 -and planto have a built-in radar sys- ord as a very excellent analysis dents which disable the William M. Ward of
and to which department it should budget can be formulated until it and the high temperatureshave attend with your famly tem and can detect danger of this situation.I guardsmen or reservists are Ward's Radio Service was
properly be charged. been driven down by and friends. It will be one of and avoid it easly. am enclosing a copy of compensated by the Veterans accepted by the U. S. Signal
is known where the money is be- frequent showers. However, the big events of the year, S these remarks, as I thought (Administration In an ..mount Corp and left for Fort Mc-

The engineers recommend continuance ing spent. Right now, the (City is we've noticed that, the after- and as' an added attraction, In that connection. the You would like to have It for determined by the extent of Pherson, Ga. His! assistant,
t of this project and that operating in the dark. noon sun seems to be hotter there will be a Horse Show quail are .always .good for a your files. the disability. Joe Wlsenbaker. though not
than ever despite the fact staged by riders from Brad- laugh. They crouch on the Sincerely, Dixon added that guards- as yet accepted left with

that summer Is drawing. to a. ford, Union and Columbia shouder of the road' and Don Fuqua, MC men and, reservists, are also him hoping that he also
close. counties. then at'a signal*run like House of Representatives eligible for VA medical treat- would be signed up by the
, 0 e S S mad right in front of your Washington D. C. ment for injuries sustained Signal Corp. Altogether this
A Lesson From Ocala/ . Day by day we are an tx-f -In driving so much around car, and then' take off In during actlup 'duty periods. made four men to /no Into
petting the first hurricaneof throughout the area on flight If It appears they are An open letter to all hunt- The veteran County Service service from this small radio

Several weeks ago we bemoaned line lie felt that streets and the season to show. up but, ., county roads, we've observed losing the race, ers: Officers .will assist guards shop within a few months.
I so far the big blows have If you are blood-thirsty and men and reservists who have James Mayes former opera..
of uilities and import-
the demise of another one are necessary want to take it out the VA.
been only One year within on a poor claims against} tor of the shop has been In
j Starke's massive oaks that were ant--bufr so are trees, if a beau- absence. The Weather Bur- helpless dog-kill It! Don't tor- England for some time as a

planted early in the century to tiful city is to be maintained. eau assures us that there has ture it by tying It up and de NEW BOOKS radio technician with the

t shade the town's then unpaved Acting on his own volition, he 'been only one year withnt NEWS And N streets and brick sidewalks.We started a project under which the modern history without a little privilege to run. At The LibraryTitles Joined the service. Mrs. Ward
department would donate trees to storm and that we .are not For Today's Horn smokers,< hy Please have a lltfle consideration said she would continue to
for flesh, blood, and and authors of new
will not argue the point trees that have been shrouded operate the business.
property owners if they would without one. ,bones. We are all animal of books received at the Fubllo\
that of the trees that have By Martha Sue fcCaln -
some to them where they e' We
agree place the earth. were Just put Library: Another man In ser-
been destroyed in recent years would not interfere with city prop Have you noticed the new County tens ion here (in a different form, with. JUVENILE; vice,' stationed In England,.
were !so decayed that they could erty.' Since that time more thana growth on the peean trees? Home Economics JSEAFOOD Agent our different languages. ABC: Wlldsmlth: A Hole was Shurley Tetstoe of New
be called "dangerous" with some thousand trees have been set We are told that It comes I Let's make this a happier Is To Dig: Krauss; The (River. lie had been there
justification. But the fact remains out in Ocala under this out on the branches Of the world to live in by showing a Moffats: Estesr The Ann And four months as a paratrooperand :
that others have been cut down tres that have been shrouded little more consideration fot Hope Mutiny: Webb; Joel wrote that the English

which could have been saved for TJie] city asked only that prop- with nests of webworms, as ; SUMMERS! ginger: dash- pepper one- the fooling of animals, as well. And The WUd Goose: Sand- people were very hospitable
friends and
part of the continuous bullld Prepared other ways than fourth cup thinly'sliced nil our neighbors.God burg; The Kelpies Pearls: "going over the limit to show,
years to come with a little judi- erty owners designate a spot for breading and frying the onion 1 will ,bless you.Willie .
between a plant and Insects green ; clove garlic: Mcllwralth; Henry Reed'sBabysitting our boys a nice time and see
cious pruning and a minimum the trees at least twenty feet from So far we haven't- found out many vailetlei of seafoods 1 tablespoon salad oil; 1 Leo Geiger Service: Robertson that they enjoy themselves.

amount of ordinary care. the street to give ample space for if there Is a good trop of offer the dieter an ocean of package [19 oz.l] frozen cut Theres.ta, Fla ; Read-To-Me Storybook: -

power and utility lines. They must nuts this year or If this will low-calorie dishes with a green beans; 1 tablespoon Child Study Assn.' of Amer- Leila Mundy, while on a
Perhaps the cartoon elsewhereon be within view of the public be an "off" season. world of interesting flavor. cornstarch; 1 tablespoon cold 'Vyy..n..amNEWS ica Inc.; Harriet, The Spy: business trip to New York
this page is a bit exaggerated street however. Combined with 'a little. imagination -. water. Fltzhughi: Listen! And Help met Lowell Thomas socially,
-as most cartoons are-but we There's a big show coming and a dash of color Thaw frozen shrimp. Dis- Tell The Story: Carlson. Radio announcer Hugh James -

hope it drives home a point. The The public works departmentcrews up this fall that you won't seafoods' present many solve chicken stock base In ABOUT ADULT who Is married 11 "one
point is that tree destroyedand obtain the trees trim them want to miss the Calf Scramble possibilities for light lunches, boiling water. Cook: onion Russia A Short History: of Starke's own Torrella
every which the Chamber of satisfying suppers different garlic, and shrimp In oil for Florlnsky The Coming: Water sisters" made the Introduce
not replaced is one step near- back and set them out without dinners and sensible. snacks.
3 minutes,
Commerce Is sponsoring as a stirring frequently. Famine: Wright; Wildflowers tlon.
er the treeless nightmare fore- charge. They use water oaks and means of building up the The delicate flavor of fish If necessary, add a little SERVICE MENAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA In Color: Stupka; Teen-

cast by our cartoonist.It live oaks for this purpose, ob- beef cattle business In this and shellfish also blends well of the chicken broth to pre- age Fitness: Prudden: Foliage PO3TM: TER ATTENDS
taining trees that are from four to area.: We saw a film of one with most foods. vent sticking. Stir in salt, plants For Indoor Gar- TRAINING SEMINAR
is hard to imagine that these six inches in diamenter. In justa held out In Mississippi and Varied cooking methods ginger, pepper, green, beans, dening: Crockett The Sum-
aging oaks were once tiny sprigs, few can tell you that for fun and low-calorie sauces perky go- and chicken broth. Cover and Private Harold D. mer Land: Davis: The House Postmaster T C HazenJr. :
they to Seymour
planted along our streets by far- ; years grow a excitement, It beats a rodeo. nlshe., and colorful ".gowith" simmer S to 7 minutes longer Of The Seven Gables: Hawthorne was among the 300( Florida -
22 of Mr. and
Mrs. James
son -
of whom height of 12 to 14 feet and 16 to foods add eyo-appeal or until beans are cooked The Man Who Was postmasters attending
sighted citizens D. Seymour 827 N.
many 18 feet across the foliage crown. and eater-interest to well- but still the Third Annual Postmasters -
bunchof slightly of
their If you can picture a crisp. Com- nut St. Starke Fla. completed Magic: Galileo: Wind
lived to
probably never
balanced diet meals. Training Seminar at the
400-lb. calves turned loose bine cornstarch and water. of Death: Black; Bigger Than A
dream of tree-shaded streets ful Many other towns have active In an arena with douole that Fish and; shellfish furnish Add cornstarch mixture to eight training weeks at the military Breadbox: Allen; Here Comes University of South Floalda.AUg' .

filled. Yet they planted their seed- programs to care for their trees number of husky young boys, vitality and a wbnderful,. shrimp and cook until thick Training police Center Ft. Gordon Army, The Candle: Hodge. 14-1S.
ling oaks for the benefit of thoseto and prevent them from deteri- each, one with a halter, and well-fed feeling because: they and clear!! stirring constantly. Ga., Aug. 4. The seminar Is a voluntary
come. orating to the: point where they each one determined to put are a first class protein food. Serves 6. Approximately 130( He was trained In civil and program designed for postmasters -
that halter on one of those 85-93 per cent digestible and calories per serving NOTICH! to improve their
have be removed.
to who
Anyone military law, traffic control,
Notice I.!
hereby given that
substantial of postal knowledge and management -
are a source
What is needed today is more has driven through Mobile Ala. frisky, wild-running rascals map reading prisoner of-war 1. I hnm. R. Davie' who was convicted
Just about know the result minerals and certain B vita- In the Circuit Court of techniques.
men and women with the vision of ;you control and self-defense.
on Highway 90 will always remember will be as good as a cir- mins. An average serving of BROOKER JR. HIGH Bradford County. Florida at the
those early pioneers for the num- the stretch of several seafood provides nearly all REGISTRATIONRegistration Pvt. Seymour was gradu- spring 1955 A Fall 1958 term.thereof for clemency' to the Stat Boarel
cus. ated in 1966 from the Uni- A. O of the offence.of of Pardons, .Tallahansoe. Flor
ber of trees will steadily de- .
our blocks through the city, where e the animal protein needed Forgery & Uttering A Forvary Ida, at H. nest regular meeting
cline if we sit back and rely on the streets lined with old The rules permit the contestants each day to help the dieter for Kinder- versity of Florida, Gainesvilleand .((2 cu...n) and sentencedtherefor hha.m R. Davis
are stately garten and First Grade at Is a member of Kappa to 3 years (1958) and (Applicant. ) __
work of past generations.We homes and the limbs of well-pre- to catch the calf by build and repair body tissue. Brooker Junior High will be Alpha fraternity. to 3 year ((1958), will apply /IT It 1/24
but Seafoods are among t'.ie: rich-
the tall as many of you
might well take a lesson served oaks make an archway over know that the calf has every est sources of Iodine: a nu- hed .Tuesday, Aug. 29 from
from the experience: of Ocala the road. Mount. Dora is another advantage even then, as he trient important In the pre- '8:30: a. m. to 3 p. m. Parentsare -

where citizens have banded to- town that has done a remarkablejob hal four legs to pull with, to vention of goiter. Many of the asked and to bring health birth records.Al' certificates :-. The Bradford County Telegraph

gether with determination' keep -of preserving its trees with a yourtwo.anything an. and animal 4f there objectsto 1 1a seafoods than other are lower protein in, calories sources children entering Florida ESTABLISHED 1879 ,

Ocala a city of cool tree-lined planned of and with preparation, schools for the first time are A
program care. it Is being caught by the proper E. L. MATTIIETVS Editor and PuhU.hft'I'fortd.lt'e
they can be one of the main- required! by law to have a recent -
streets. tall Trouble .15. the boy then
Our oaks have been with ua so has to get around to the stays In the diet for sllm- health Checkup signed Q 0 OWert itoeia?' ..........- FabU.he4 Cbatlaal.fy

The Ocala story ,began many long that we are inclined to take other e1'1<1. .pu on a halter. mers. f by a doctor. Health forms 1141 Under TIle Sam JIM Htad. ..
and get the calf in a Asa Try exotic, colorful Can- are available at the school. 0Publles.d
when former
years ago a public, them for granted. Such an atti-
and '
result' thearena looks likea tonese Shrimp Bear.s:
I works superintendent, became disturbed tude of complacency could make combination of a wild-west One and one-half pounds the Saab 'XhoMday aa4 entered a* Seoond OM* Matter *t the Pot< OtflMA
by the necessity of re- our cartoon nightmare become a .show a three-ring circus anda frozen. raw peeled; develned ...*.11., Florida ender Act .( March tod. l7f.tm .
shrimp: one and; .one-half way you} .write, Cone In .
moving trees that were interfer- reality. Who will take the lead in slap-Stick comedy chicken stock base select ........ .. trade .'
teaspoons ; and your favorite ES- .IpCI. araai 1 1 jr-, ".001; -.... $1.16OYfa1J.
ling with roadways and utility eeeing that this does not happen? 1 cup boiling water; 1 teaspoon TERBROOK fountain pen. trade areas 1 year, f'M1uw.. IMOBRADFORD
fla marie down the date : salt: one half tea

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.' returned to her home In Funeral Services FIRST METHODIST

Hawthorne after spending a CHURCH STARKE
HAMPTONBy week with her uncle and Held SundayFor
aunt, Mr. and Mrs Olen Mrs. Sunday Church School
Mc-00? N ,$?-. Sapp 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship
Jo Ann Hicks 11 a. m.; Evening Worship,
Thomas and family Mrs. Leona Underhill! Sapp, 8 p. m.Monday.
uaauaa..aaaaua.aaadCIIUitCil John Parker was admittedto 81. widow of the late John
the Bradford County Hos- Group.
Bennie Sapp, died Saturday 10 .
a. m.Wednesday
pital early Sunday morning
morning in a Starke hospital
Members of the Hampton We wish him as speedy recovery Bible Study
illness lifelong
after A
Baptist Church honored Rev. a long and Prayer Meeting 7:30( p
resident of Bradford
and Mrs. Estes and family dls-
Mrs. Jeff Perry was
County. she was born 1 on m.Thursday
Chancel Choir ,
with reception night -
Sunday charged from the hospital May 31, IBM. the daughterof ... .. .
following the worship service. Saturday and Is now staying the late Jeff and Sally Rehearsal 7:30 p. m. JOc.- -- -- -

Rev. Estes recently lellignedafter In the convalescent nome at
serving as pastor of the Stai'keMrs member of the First Baptist BOATDRAIN BAPTIST NORTIISIDE GRAHAM CHURCH .'

church for four and a half R. A. Brannen of Church of Starke. School, 0:45: a. m CHURCH CHUBJCII CHURCH CHURCH
years. As a going away gift Bedford Lake and Mrs. Geor- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Schedule of services: Bun- Sunday School 10 a. m Sunday School 10 a. m
Surviving one son, Carl Sunday SOhool 10:00: a. m.. Schedule of services: Sunday Morning
are Worship 11
the church presented the. Es- gia Seymour of Lakeland vis- Training Union, 6tl5. Evening day School 9:49: : a. rd. Morning Morning Worship 11 a. m a. m.:
Sapp two daughters Mrs. Morning Worship 11:00: a. School, 10 a.m. Worship 11 Evening
: Worship
tes with a lovely pair of cry- ited their aunt. Mrs. T. P Worship. 7:30.Wednesday: Worship, 10:45': m. and 7 p m.-Rer. Leland A p. m.:
Leila Munday and Mrs. Dorothy m.. Training Union. 7:00: p. a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Prayer Meeting Wednesday
stal candle holders. Cake and
Brown, on Wednesday. Training Union, 6:451p.: m. .
Prayer Meeting, Baker pairtor.
punch were served to the David Earnest returned Sale and one brother, 7:30: m. m., Evening Worship, 8:00: p. Union 6:30: pm. Rev. Jack Evening Service. 7:45-: .( MidWeek 8 P- m. Sing each Friday at 8
Oliver Underhill all of Starke. m.. Stolte Thursday Visitation. 10a. I
of about 60 members pastor.CHURCH p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas
group home Monday after spendingtwo -J3ob L. Cooper, pastor Prayer ServIce Wednesday -
Wed. 7:30 and 7 m.
Also surviving are four Prayer meeting m. p. tor.
attended. months with his fatherin 7:46: p. m
grandchildren and four p. m. -Rev. Virgil Lovett OF GOD
A Pulpit Committee consisting -' Miami. MT. SINAI CEMETERY: '
eat-grandchlldren. Pastier I 433 N. Clair St. Starke. NEW RIVER BAPTIST LONG
of six men was elect- Catherine Thomas celebrated SEEKING FUNDS SMYRNA MISSIONARY
ed by the church during a her birthday( at her Funeral services were heldat Sunday School 10 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Bdhool 10 aa. m. BAPTIST

special business session following home Monday night. m addition 4 p. m: Sunday in the We are once again tryingto BAPTIST BAYLESS HIGHWAY CRtmClISundt.r I Worship Services 11 am.. 633 W. PrAtt St. SundfW( Morning Worship 11 a, m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.

the Sunday serrlce to her family those First Baptist Churcn with raise money for the upkeepof and 7:30: p. m. VPS. Wednesday services: Sunday School( ] '10 "Training Union 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 ft. m.

Those chosen by a secret present for the birthday Rev. W. A. Hogan and Rev.. Mount Sinai Cemetery near : School. 10 a. m; 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meet- .... m. Preaching 11 .'a. m. ning Worship' s p. m. Training Union. 6:30: p. m.
ballot vote were Otis Melton. supper were her parents. Mr. Thomas A.. Steele officiating.Interment Graham. If you have helped Morning Worship Service, 11 Ing, Friday 70:: p. m.-Rev. Wednesday: night service Evening 1 Worship 7:30:
Dubb Carter, J. W. Home and Mrs. Lonnie Melton: was in Crosby In the past, it has been greatly a. m.: Training Union. 6:30p. : L. s. Williams pastor.JNOSLZZ' Training' Union tli p m. 7:30: p m. Everyone welcome. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Lake with DeWittC. We have Just Evening Worahlp ,
Don Hill Otto and Charles her brothers, Otis and Capt. Cemetery appreciated. : m.; Evening Worship 7:30: 7pm -L. L. Parker', pastor. 7:30.: Vbrnon N. Williamson
Melton Jones Funeral Home In finished some work at Mt. SInai Everyone welcome ._ Elder pastor.' .
Leonard LAKE
Hicks. All haive agreed to and Mrs m.
charge of arrangements.South and it has depleted our p I T. C. Williams pastor.
serve on this committee and children; her sister. Od- Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: BAPTIST CHCRCW: CHURCH OF CHRIST
funds. We once again ask for
An all-church skating party essla McConaghy. and an p. m., O.. A. Meeting Wed.. FIRST HEILBRONN: BAPTIST!

is scheduled for I.Onlght.r'thurs.l uncle Oar Melton. Daytona. your help.-.:Mrs. Irene Ratliff 7-30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal. ,I Sunday School 9:41: a. m PRESBTTERIAir Suridy: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 8:45: a. m.

] at Lake Butler. The Mrs. Mary Watter on. her Doug and Larry William Wed., 7.30; ( p. m.; Brotherhood Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School .:45 a. to. a. m: Morning Worship andCommuDJon Morning Worship 11 a. m.

group will meet at the daughter Dot Falling of son children of Mr. and Mrs meeting, last MondayIn Training Union, f:15: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a, m. Service 11 a. m Training Union 9:30: p. m.
church shortly: before 7:30( P. Starke, and granddaughter, Delmar Williamson and Pe. I! each month. Rov. David, Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.I Youth VMlowahlp.. S p. m..I Evening services '::30. Evening Service, 7:30: Midweek -
m. Skating will begin at 8., little Miss Watterson, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Roark Wednesday: Worship senr-
Mary tie, Morgan and Tammy Medeiros, pastor. Midweek Prayer Service, Choir practice Wednesday Praiyer Service. 7:00p. :
Transportation will bs provided also of Starke spent the Bradley children of Mi. and I returned home Sunday after Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev.! .. Lice. 7 'p. m.. Minister Jack P. m. Wednesday. Troy
and half :
tor those spending two a HOPE BAPTIST. CUCRCJIIlUhway I(8 pm.Rev.
need It. I i Mrs. L. P. Bradley, are now I
weekend with Mrs. Harvey Jim BelL .
: PERSONALS at home after spending Monday months with friends In Pink Rlgdon, pastor. Come let I Robert D. Buroh. I Johnson' pastor ,
I McMahone. and chldren In Hill N. C. [ 100 at 'Thsress1} ''WI worship together.
Miss Ada Mae Thomas has,, through Saturday of last
Bandar School 10 .. .m. i iMernlcc
S week at the Salvation Army Mr. and Mrs Kad Watter- "
'I Camp near Keystone Heights. son, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pre- l< Worship.-11 a, m.

Mr. and Mrs Frank Brown vatt and Mis. Mary Watterson Training Union: -7:00: p. m

: and children; of Winter were in Gainesville last Evening Worship' 7:45: An Investment Your Puttrro

Haven visited his mother week on business matters p.lft.

Mrs. T. F. Brown, over the and for medical' attention Wednesday Night Prayer
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon Services 7:30: p. m. Rev.
weekend. Merle Packham. pastor. a 'T E m (J cu.uI.cr 1
.. Mrs. Helen Fialick] of and three children spent ; ;, L.I

Starke spent last Friday with several days last week in At- DEDAN BAPTIST [BrookwJ ,
Mrs. Alma Dyal. lanta, Oa.
Mr and Mis. D. L. Parnell Sunday Services: Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swin-
.. OF EMBARRASSING dell had as weekend guests and sons visited relatives\ in School. 9:45': m. Morning

her brother-in-law and sister Jacksonville over the wrek- Worship 11 a. ,m. Training iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinininiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinniiii'uii iinniiniiiriiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii
Union 8:30 p. m.">Evening l
I Mr. .and Mrs. L. F. end.Mr.
a HOUSEHOLD Thompson and their daughters : and! Mrs. Seymour Service 7:30.: Wednesday ,

.. Agnes .and Nellie and Bailey, formerly of Shafts- Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m "PREPARATIONjtou r I
burg. Mich., have recently Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown s ; S I
all of Plant City. Also with purchased and moved into NORTIISIDE BAPTIST
III PASTS the overnight guests was the Fralick home. Mr: Bailey

Miss Annette Tatum a retired three years ago after Located on' BayMM Mich-' !

a great-niece of Mrs. Swindell. working for the State of way tSR 2251at] JUttord Road i I
e a an< Chrbtf ana ttrougtonrt tu gnat atOm.pend ftoom rf Mrfcta Matty,, II
Mrs. Ollie Kelsey of Key- Michigan for more han 24 [SH 181. Services: Kundaj I
r f stone Heights visited In the years. We welcome them to School. 10 a. m. 'Sunday I '
} UM vrittoa scholars vrtio
searching acrtpturw'and.commentaries; Bj Lava
Swindell home during the our community.Mrs. !Monday' Worship,.11 a. m I
FOR: afternoon Janle Hicks Randy Training: Union 6:30: m. "
Sunday. p.
TICKS dedicated their HTM to tWte.sk"seeking' out the full meaning of Clod's Wont
and Laurie, and Mrs. Hazel ,
4. of
MOTHS Keith and Cindy Salter Evening service; 7:30.: Mid
: 1. ROACHES 5- CLOTHES Pompano Beach visited their Hicks and children of Gainesville week Prayer Service Wednesday I

: i. SPIDERS 6. ANTS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. spent Friday tt Hart 7:30.Jt.eY.: Ol n* lwhon Thee* willing Yorker, teacMuf from the Bible

.. Verdo Salter from Friday Springs. pastor.
: 3. FLEAS -- through Tuesday. Mr. Salt- Wendy Hill was home fnlcktlnad_ y, fist fa4 fcslr vats $U Idt$

01r. LET ITS fOR YOUI er's son Cecil left the children Thursday through Sunday FINE LEVEL BATTIST'
CHECK here on his way to from Chlpola Jr. College Her to the fclflfansiit rtf row ipkitual] !lifel
: Georgia and picked them up parents and Debbie took her Sunday' School 19 a. m I '
: on his return trip home. to Gainesville Sunday after- Morning' Worship 11 .. m I *; + goal gds aowpt the tnTttslon 8. stten*

Mrs. Betty Maiyi and noon to catch a bus to Mar- Pre-ServUws [Booster band y x E

-\ca4dtz daughter. Melody, of St. George Ianna. While in Gainesvillethe Yours People, sad Pray '''ahurcb M offered btbe sponsors of this spsc

S C. spent Friday with Hill's visited with Mr. Service, I p. m. Evening

relatives here. They then and. Mrs. Milton Mlsner. Worship, 7 'v. Midweek, I (I01l.isesive the benaflu odared If UMM

traveled, on to New Port Rich- Valerie Jones, daughter of Service, Wednesday, 7:30: pm .r -.d

.. ey ,where they spent' the Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Jones .-.RST. D. I., Ramsey, pas t tpti Bil16g teachera6
weekend with her brother- Is spending a week in Gainesville tor.
.S with her uncle and I 'I *
} AND in-law and sister. Mr. and *
Mrs. Dick Williams. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc-I BETHEL a.tPT1"t: QnJRCII'I'

.: CH t APICAL! co Mr and Mrs. Arnold Had- Michen. I, .
Sunday School, 10
dock and children enjoyed a Among those from Hampton a. m
: ,- week of their vacation at who attended the Thomas Morning. Worship M a. m
Brooklyn Lake near Keystone famUy reunion were Mr. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m
: I'hone 961-5715' 539 E. Call St. i Heights. and Mrs. Glen Thomas and Prayer Mee I.., '7.JO: p. m

: Ruth Roark, daughter ofp family Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wednesday., Rev W. INewmans \ 4 ,w '' M 6aA( k tttt wreYfed itMtr In MiMcM
S Jones and family, an1 Albert pasta v
C'4' & d'I i fcr*rM f as kMoMft rf M ImIN
Thomas. The annual reunion CALVARY ? Ii ) MM rder,41re.I.mNa1. /
for descendants of Slmmle BAP1'ISTSunday MMf bn tr l iMlnf M> il| tir. WlfliMlMi
and Ada Thomas was held School, 10 a. m I .,t C roo'lH I* Nu Im W M w itnmMM -

Sunday In Hawthorne at ,the Morning Worship. 11 ,.. m I e? n .. f ,7 ,I' k it rfcMf tt'wtf d ttt wM taifNw
home of Mr. William Thomas. Training 'Union 8:30 ,,,, a ,etwen aM 8e hydra.we w sew rtti
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aR ; Evening Service Tjo: : Prayer
;e Mr. and! Mrs. Donahue! Meeting Wednesday' 7:30 F J, ae.etearaeMdrM.wdweNwerrrl
Crawford and children! also : ,, e'I' Own*hr Ita MM<(MM willM W lito-
p. m.-Rev. R. H- Butler
attended a family reunion pastor ", w ,;, eeA aid M bmllr.dm Mr.l awl, ewer,

r last Sunday. This' gatheringfor ., awl Mweaeewll etlrM s./.lNlp4 MM
Y w the family of Mr and MADISON STREET: hra>M R Mb MnlMk tent

Y e 'e.a Mrs. Lonnle Crawford was BAPTIST MIURCHOpportunities; m.Y Ik dra15 rad dwl.l aw e.ae. .Mat I
i held at the home of their ..yrpIMlNrr.MreotMdW /

son. Anthony, In Keystone for service:
Heights Sunday Sunday' School,

Mr. and Mrs Percy Kelly' 9.45: a.m. Morning Worship. w IIIIIII11111111111111111111111! ||

A Y'ffi of f Winter Haven, Mr. and 11 ajm. Training Union 6:15.: I 1

Mrs. P. D. Adklns of Dunedin WMU Prayer' Circle. 7:15.: ,,,,________ ; : JnBiiTiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiuiiiiii
and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Evening Worship, 7:30: ,
ence Adklns of Bowling Wednesday Prayer arid

V Green, spent Sunday trough; Praise Service, 7:30: poo.

Monday with their parents, Church Choir Practice S:3O.: Tin Feature Published in the Interest of a Better.Community by the Follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adklns.Mr Thursday Visitation 7 :

4 Adkins Is improvingafter pjn. y !tl. '?tpyX1' ing Civic-Minded Business Firma

? suffering a mild stroke
l ; earlier this month. However FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD .

Edwards Grocery &
r r+ a still unable to have visitors West Weldon St. and Ral- SINCLAIR SERVICE : ,

outside of the family ford Road. SUPPLIES Inc.
Robbin Wadsworth. daughter Mkt.Gr.eerfee.Meat.lreb6. ,
Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m. U-HAUL RENTALS

'gStfy"I of Mr and Mrs. Jerry Sundays' School; 11-00: '..m. I S Truck Featuring .Ace Hardware
Wadsworth the week- Trailer
Morning Worship 8:30 !
; : p.m. Complete Paint 8appltoad
end with her grandparents, C. A. Services; 7:30''p.m.: '' I Complete Lubrication Ga. Oil '. Sporting Oood
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sullivan Evangelistic Services. :
t in Waldo. Wednesday: 7:30: p.DMid- Minor Tune-up Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla.OF "OIIQK:: WITH TJS3I Fm8T'

want Full Service Week Prayer. Meeting.' I 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5S99 W..dUnctoa St. M4-61TO

Pastor: Rev. George Green, !
AccountP1' NOTBeP OP" Is: ..P.o" TO Jr. .
with my Checking I 111-t.MrKU: KICTiriOtH
a.A Sl 1iJ DOYLE CONNER Lawson Meat Market
( Notice la hereby given that AIRPARK BAPTIST
the undersigned under the pro Insurance Agency STARKE.
When you have a checking account here you have vlvtons' of Chapter 10,953. Iaw
of Florida. Act. of 19f!. will Sunday School 10 a, m U.S. 3.91 NORTH w. 8peclalla In Custom Wan filter-
more than the convenience, prestige, and safety relater with the Clerk of the Morning WoMhlp. 11 a. m S-A-V-E Inc. Cottlnc A Wrmpplns;

of being able to pay by check. in person or bymall. Circuit County Court Florida In and for upon Bradford receipt Training Union 7 p. m. Evening With Your Mutual Agent Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. Prepared For' Deep ftttmu

: More than easy-to-file cancelled checks as of proof o>f publication of Service, 8 p. m.-Rev.
this notice the fictitious name Lacy Conway.. pastor:. 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 PHONE 94-7059
receipts.You have all of the best modern banking of City Barber shop under Sinclair Refining Co.
which I am engaged, In bual-
services right here, too conveniently under the Flrt flee,, at 107 E. Call at, Starke, FIRST STARKE BAPTIST'CH1UCH: Starke "66" Service W. !. Thom.-. & rOASOLINEB DeWTTT C. JONES

same roof!That's"Full Service" banking for you-* Carlo Johnson, Route 1, '
Box 85, Lawtey, Fla 11058, BILL : KKROSEXV: FUNERAL HOMES
try it,here and nowl! ole OWner. Opportunities. of service: EDWARDS Fuel OH and G.-. ..eP '
Dated thle SrI day of Au.- Sunday Sunday School Starke Ph. 964-6200
uqt. '".D.. 1907 at Htarke. 9:45 a. m. Morning( Worship Brajce Service-Wheel Balance ,.. 144.4x44Bradford '
Bradford County, Florida IIi 4t lilt 11 a. m., sermon: "God's Re and Alignment Keystone Heights -.

FLORIDASlftKKE I qulrement for Deacons" Training Ph. 473-3176
: Union 6:15: : Evening Worship 612 N. Temple- Ph. 964-7231/) County

HAMMOND 7:30: ( aermors"Sharing: TELEGRAPHS

,. the Load in the Church. .
_ ; ,:\ t K'' f 'r : ; : ORGAN STUDIO Monday R.A., 6:30: p. m. Charley E. Johns TYPEWRITERS Hurst Shell Service

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Factory! Authorized Youth Choir, ,7 p. m. Agency New" Used

One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group Hammond Sole II: Service Orgs I tnI'Wednesday. '7.30: p. m.'- Church Prayer Meet-Choir lit 8. Walnut Ph 8M- 01' FOI? SALE- OR RENT CARL HURST

e Federal IIoNLm 4 to play the ay way i Practice, 85:. e GIfNERfL! cystTRANCB.JlWxxty CI EOTRIG e
Member Deposit Insurance Corp. 110 N. W. lent A*.. Thursday Visitation, 10'' But Nobody Undersells ADDING MACHINES Hwy :301 & 100 Ph. 964-6111

L. Gslne.v111. Shopping O.stat I la I m. and W.7 A.p., m.logon pastor i iI Cbuley B.: Jnho. "1C<\.net Phone 961 6:10: :; M* S. Walnut. Stark



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--44 Frank are visiting Price. Mr. and Mrs. ..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy and and Mr.family' and were Mrs.visiting-Jim! : Capp Fred 'Tax Levy Set 'Improved FishingIn I Gurney To Speak At GOP

Santa Fe
.. Miss Marten BeaSley' ', of INDIAN BEACHLake and Corlne Thieman over the I
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Tallahassee, and formerly of weekend. Artlna Ingram, and
I To Be PromotedMembers
.= By Jim Fox Keystone spent the earlier ( *e*>ta F.) Faye and Edith Qayle wererecent' At 41-2 MillsIn I I Fund-Raiser In Orange Park
? guest of the Thlemans.
: Please Phone. In Your Items 473-4143 part of this week visiting her of the ney for
\ .
Michael '
Byt: B.
friend Linda Lee Anthony of Chltty Don and Sue Ritchie! and son
. med Santa Fe Shores Community
. Lakevlew Drive. Ph. 4752171AAAAAAAA5AAAAAAA of Jacksonville, spent laJt week Group have adopted Congressmen Ed Gurney. of M per cent economy voting

POSTMASTERS SEMINAR represents the southern por- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin,, .A A1 at their trailer home on the KeystoneKeystone a project designed to improvethe Wlrtfer Park mentioned prom- record in the 88th and 89m

Postmasters William E. tion of Florida, that serve of Conneaut Lake, Pa.. are "HI little lake. fishing in Lake Santa "e, inently aa the GOP front-run- Congresses.A .
Baker visiting their son-in-law Mrs. y'all this here ya Mrs. Jewell Rose, and Mr. ning contender for the U. S. former mayor of Winter
and Gladys Tillls were Military Commands as an as the lake is necomlng :
roving rolling 'with Heights now $3 -
Ethel of Little reporter and Mrs. D. M. Lowery of Senate seat of Sen. George Park, Gurney was elected to
among the 300 Florida. Post Auxiliary Communcatlon System -, Weyman yer news. My mother and Jacksonville, tire Week 070.198 tax roll was accepted over-run with rough: fish,
masters attending Third An- In Florida. I Lake Keystone.Mr. spent causing fish such as: Smathers, will be the speaker Congress in 1962. winning reelection -
father and I by the Council in
inHomervllle City a
spent Sunday the Rose
at cottage.;
: nual and Mra. Michael L. at a fund-raising banquet in In 1964 and In 1983
Postmasters' Training and
Forty-two members bass and specks to be on the
Ga., at the homeof Mrs. Minnie aol special meeting Tuesday
p Seminar in Florida, which their famllea 1391) enjoyed a Adams of Galnesvlllle, announce Quinn son decline.W. Orange Park on.Friday. Sept. received 97.4 per cent of thutotal .
my aunt and uncle, Mr. and Johnny, and Mrs. Spall of Alma night and the tax levy for. for reeleC'tlon
J votes cast
the arrival of their 8.
was held In Tampa on August picnic luncheon In the Masonic Mrs. W. B. Dceae. B. Acree vice
We had sort Ga., and Mrs. Corlno Gras- 1967 set at 4Vi mills. piestdent Democrat .
14 and IS. at the University HaU at noon $undar.at : second son Derrick I/oudon aponaored by the Clay County -, after his opponent
of a reunion celebrating the see of Jacksonville, spent the The new levy Is a1 mills of the group, has requestedthe withdrew from the con-
Adams on Sunday, Aug. 13. Club, the affair
of South Florida. The which time special "gaa"awards return of another aunt and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. O., less than last year's total of Florida Game &:; FreshWater Republican
Seminar which Is stalled by were presented to the Maternal grandparents, are uncle will be held at Orange Park test.An
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. W. Ellis. 7 but Imost taxpayers will Fish Commission to '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl BrIce of School at 6:30 and attorney by profession
: m.,
Post Office High p.
Department per- various members.
Deese and son Jim. Uncle I L. 'Mr. and Mrs. Amlrewaon: of pay about the same city tax- give through to a study as Gurney has been named to the
sonnel from the Atlanta Region State MARS Director A. E. Bronson. and paternal C. i U a Master Seargent I In Utah, and John C. Bird and es since assessments were Increased to what might be done to return Is the second In a aeries featuring Science and Astronautics Committee -
was held at the requestof Cannon, of Winter Garden grandparents are Mr. and the U. S. Air outstanding state and
Force and has children Tommy and Susan roughly 30 per cent. Santa Fe to the fine and the Education and
Postmasteis. It was en opportunity called the business meetingto Mrs. Gordon Adams of Key- national political II ur.s.
been stationed oversea for were visiting the Earl Voyles Tax Assessor J. O. Hanson fishing area it was some Labor Committee In Congress;
stone Heights.Mr. Gurney ranked In the top 20
to further their order at 11 p. m. A telegram die past three years. After family one night last week. for the first time adopted years ago. as well as the Committee on
) postal knowledge and man- from Mayor Ray Star- and Mrs. Roland UP-' two years In Loon, France and "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"' to Peggy the full value assessments set In order to conduct such a per cent nationally econo-his Committees, which makes com

agement techniques. This nes, who was unable to attend ahaw, of Jacksonville, have one year in upper Hayford, Vovles. who celebrated her by' the County Tax Assessor... survey and schedule their my-conscious, votes He during receivedthe mittee adjustments for each
Seminar Is a voluntary program the session due to a been vacationing with Mr. tenure in Congress.
England; he will now be stationed birthday Monday. The new taxable property
field work, they advise they of the Treas member of Congress.
for 'WatChdog
with each Individual business trip in Wilmington. and Mrs. Gordon Adams at Webb Air Force Base PoUts and Steve Mclntlre total of $3.070,198 is almost will require a request from the Ticket reservations mar bit

Postmaster bearing his own. Del.. was read to the mem- the past few weeks. The two In Big Spring, Texas. He now of Atlanta Ga., stayed Tuesday -1 double the 1966 figure of $1- the majority of the landowners National ury' award/ Associated presented Business by made by calling W. t.. Reynolds

expenses for the 2-day con- bers by Director Cannon. Also couples enjoyed short tripsto has 21 years in the service.. to Thursday with their I 645,260. around the lake. Inc.. a non-partisan, organization Jr. In Keystone HeightS
ference. a special award was presented Crescent Beach Sky Attending the affair were: the Mrs. Jo Strand- men '
of /|grandmother, Adoption of the 4'i\ mill Toward this end the Santa composed primarily A deadline of Sept 5 has been
MARS-MEN HOLD to the host and local Ranch and other points W. B. Deese's children grandchildren I berg. They went on to Or- .
I 1 figure came on a split of Fe Shores Community GroupIs of small 'businessmen, for his set for reservations.STALLINGj'S
TWO-DAY MEETINGMen chairman of this event Herb Interest In North Florida. and grea tgran.dchlldren mond Beach, picked up Dottle's, such
I 3-2, with Councilman Char- circulating a petition
from MARS invaded Nelson, Sr., for a Job\ well SCHOOL STARTS ; also Hubert and Palma parents. and went. on a week. who
les Donohoe and Everett Fox and anyone Interested !
Keystone again last weekend AUGUST 28TII Chitty of Starke. end cruise to N done.Wade I voting against it. Donohoe has not already been ap-
to conduct their annual L. Nelms, MARS DIrector Just a special reminder to Last Thursday, my aunt, Mr. and Mra. Haydon Smith
I advocated removing the city'saarbalfe. proched for a signature, may
meeting and picnic for members of the 3rd Army at parents (as if they need IttJ.I] Mrs. Teenle Crenshow. son and children of Live Oak, are .
602 S.
collection. fees and contact W. B. Acree,
and their families, at Fort McPherson. Ga., was that classes will resume Jerry, and daughter Peggy spending a few day this week CORNER
raising mlllage to BVi. E. 4th Ave., Gainesville, telephone -
the Masonic Hall. This Is the the principal speaker. A new again! at the Keystone Heights Hersey all of Gainesville, spent with' Mrs. H. T. Smith. : !

third time that we have hada State MARS Director, LarryS. School on Monday morning, the day with us. Thursday Since the Jack Miller family Donhoe .also voted against 376-1138 or drop 50-a .,
Hal Lundblom
card to
"friendly Invasion" r-y this Fulstone, of Jacksonville Aug. 28. night supper guests were Mr. was out of town last week accepting the tax roll. stating -

most welcomed group. This was appointed by Mr. Nelms. PTA AND BOOSTERSSET and Mrs. Norman Hamilton when we called for the .isws, that vacant lots were 65 Klngsbury/; St., Jackson- OASIS LOUNGEYour

either speaks well for Key> After a group photograph FISH FRY and daughters Cindy and Ka-:: we will try fo catch up withit not assessed at 100 per cent. ville.

stone or for Herb Nelson's was completed a drawingwas On Frldayi( evening Sept. thy. Cindy returned home with this week. Mrs. Eunice Mil! He said this was the fault of CLOSEST Spot For

Happy Hour. 1, held for 50 pieces of I 1. the Keystone Heights! PTA them, after spending: the week ler of Gainesville, and Mrs. the county tax assessor', not open]. LIQUOR WINES DEER

The MARS men, of Florida valuable electronic equipment I and Booster Club will jointly with us.Friday. Walter Brown of Plant City Hanson.St. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.

Dlstrlctl are all civilian which was donated by sponsor a fish-fry to be held night visItors were: visited them one afternoon [nursery open], Tralntn Ukv Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M.
who at the Keystone City Park Mr. and Mr Gerald Crawford Frank Hilton and Mra.
amateur radio operators MARS members. Mrs. ton. 6:30: p. m. [tnursery opa'1]
are members of the Military PARTY AT NELSON'SOn starting at 5 p. m. PTA and sons, Dennis and Curtis of Judy Young of Jacksonville,: Rev. Lawrence Carroll Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 AM

J I Affiliate Radio System of the Saturday evening early Chairman Bill Baker and Starke; also Otis Melon and visited another afternoon, .and pabn I

3rd Army, with headquartersat bird arrivals were entertained Booster Club co-chairman his sister, Mrs. Odessa McCon/- daughter, Siman came over to SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHSOR

Ft. McPherson Oa. There frt a party given by Herb Mrs. D. A. Baker and Mrs. aghy both of Hampton. get Joan Miller to take her fo

are 88 members. including 3 Nelson at his home on Lake John Sumpter announce Saturday guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beltz and William's Sunday A Claaslilea Aft m the TEJ..moGRAPH QUARTS

will serve fresh fish Mrs. Pauline Cullifer and children Gainesville, for a visit. Mass, 7:30: a. m. Wednesday brlnpuJt&
female operators. with stations 4 eneva. Quests were in attendance that they 8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301
In 39 towns and cities from Milton. Chlp- with all the trimmings. Do- of Westvllle Mrs. Mary: Mr. and. Mrs. T. C. Douglasand Mass and Novena 7 p. m.

In North Florida. There are ey Crestview, Port St. Joe nations will be $1 for. adults Stegaai. and children Lamar eons Mike and Tommy and _L

approximately 107 members Tallahassee. Jacksonville, Jax and 75c for children under and Lisa of Wllltston; Mr. and Ronnie of Gainesville rented Community Church Rev. 1VOTICF CI'r (,UIT! TO fOURT.l)FFBIVnIN BRADFORD -

In Florida District II which Beach. St. Augustine Palat- 12. Please be sure to support Mrs. Wayne Bra well and son the Pridgeon ca/bln for a'Week: Leon F. Milner, minister. Mrs. COUNTY, FI.ORIDA:

ka, Doytona. Orlando: Winter this event as the funds that Ricky of ?'Miami and Mrs. Sybil and enjoyed visiting back and George Canova, organist.! Mrs. IN CHANCERY.

Garden. Mountverde Tra are raised will be used to Braawell of Starke. forth with the Millers and en- IWlllHam Warren Secretary.' AARON HCMUE,: SIJMNEK HIJMNKR( : A

vares Lake Panasoffeee, San help pay for special projects,, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Walker joyed a cookout. Last Friday Sunday School, 9:40: a. m. Plaintiff INSTANT 1I0USINGSEE

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Antonio. Micanopy. Gainesville sponsored by both clubs, and sons have returned to evening Jack dad Slayton ofPalatk Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Nursery v.
Adoption\ of: RICHARD JOHN
Alachua High Springs during the regular school] Jacksonville, after spendingraw a *, his aunt Mrs. Quincy at 11 a. m. service DIAMOND
days with their aunt and Pltchford of Interlach and only. I VHf endant,
and Starke. The guests enjoyed year.yyyyyyy'5yyyyyyy7yyyVd uncle Mr. and Mr!. D. W. Car daughter !Mrs. John Olson NOTICE! TO AI'PEARTo MARTIN FOR
and 'ifappiHour" Aaron Sumner DOn DODSON OR BRUCE
; boating a David :
penter. Mr. and Mrs. (the former Miss Plgtal's' of Presbyterian
which Incidentally, AdilremjUnknown' DEAL ON. A NEW OR
Reid and family were vUlflnffthem the Olson Reevea show) her Faith Presbyterian Church You are hereby norffled thata THE BEST
lasted a little longer than an Mark and suit for Adoption of Richard RECONDITIONED
Saturday. son Mark and friend Jumbo Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min filed
hour I IHERE MELROSE John Diamond has been
Greg: Reddish are spending this were all S'pperlests of Jack ister. Mra. W. A. Wallace organist in the above named Court and

THERE week with their gradpnrents and Lou. ; Mrs. Carl Swl*her, cauae and you are required to

MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nets, By Joyce Rowe since their mother has returnedto Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Warner summer organist. .o-r rve pleading a copy to of the your complaint answer I

of Lake Santa Fe entertained : her Job as the assistant librarian I McIntosh and children of Sunday School ft:4B: a.m. nn the Plaintiff's Attorney I MOBILE HOMENEW

barbecue friends at with their a honve.chicken last &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAColonal at Soutalde Elementary Ornuuid Beach spent Vhe, week Morning// Worship 11 a.m. Ida Hon.. and L.ev glue Oreen the> original"Htarke' In JTlor-the

Emma B. Vogel l'1 School In Starke. end with the Miller children Sunday (Nursery open both office of the Clerk of the Circuit -

BUSINESS Sunday. Among those present turned to her home in Mel- The Griffin report that the l while' Jack Lou and Clayton hour) Court on or before the I

were Mr. and Mrs. Frank hellcracker are being caughton went to Verbena, Ala. to at llth day at September, 10(17( ; UP
rose August 12 after a trip otherwllaa the allecrattonil of I 12 WIDES FROM $3299
Tamm and their house guest, San Antonio Texas and the sandbars and most of tend the funeral of Jack uncle 'EpiscopalSt. aid Complaint will be takenafl

DIRECTORY Dale Cahlll of Cincinnati, to them are full of roe. I don't Oscar Gaylor. Arnold Mid Anne'. Rev. W. W.tVorstall. confeaHtid. by you.
Ariz. In San Antonio I I 1
Tuscon. Thla notice shall & 10 WIDES
bepubllMli- 8
Ohio, Mrs. Ann Poole think they know what they dleton and children Johnny vicar.Morning ,
Colonel Vogel gave a graduation ed o-noe each week for four I
Mrs. Geneva Chab. of Key- about bedding, butI Prayer and Sermon -
the casa! of want to do Mark and Denise were recent cnniiwMitlvB week In the
address for
BEAUTY SHOP_ stone Heights. Mr. Cahlll l la Is students completing the Physical i wish they would settle down guest of the Miller for a few 2nd and 4th Sundays BRAPKOHD.. COUNTY TEL.EORAFfl. 2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELS

school principal In klarvey- Course at the so I could catch some of them. days. Mac and Betty! MuGowan 9:30: ajnru (nursery open.) Dated thin. l.t day of Aua

KEYSTONEBEAUTY sburir. Ohio. and vacations Therapy Field Service Schoolat 'Mr. and Mrs. Troy Belcher of and daughter of Jacksonville Holy Eucharist and sermon uit, 11)67.CHAKL.US) All Ages & All Prices
In Florida every swnmer. Fernandlna Beach and Mr. were weekend guests of the 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a. A. DARBY I
Clerk of the Clrrult Court.I
Ft. Sam Houston. Less
SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tamm Roth- and Mrs. Dean of Jacksonville Miller m. (nursery open). Church By Buuluh M. Moody Low Down Payments, Monthly Payments

Edith: Johnson, OWIMTPr and Mr Cahlll are upending Mr. and Mrs. Grant been are staying at Griffin's Lodge Louise and Paulette Strand School, 9:80: a.m. "Holy EucharIst Deputy Clerk.SEAL I Than Rent
have :
.otnalA : a few days in Orlando St. hammer In Lo- this week berg of Jacksonville are spend 8 a.m. each Sunday. 8/17 U 9/7//
I the summnr!
Creative Petersburg and) Tampa visiting spending stopped by 'Mrs. Burch T. Hutnon Jr.; ing this week with Mrs. JoStraindberg. Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.m. I FREE DELIVERY AND SETUPMustang

Hair Styling! with friends.Mr. cuse Grove Okla. her daughter and son-in-law. each Sunday. ETC 6:30: p.m. -

Individual Beauty |Dar. and Mrs. Everett R. for a short and visit family with ,their Mr. Mr. and Mr. Ed Shaffer and Gary and Merry F-Jgar, and each Sunday. MURRHEE I
EJv.p7 Form of Beauty Culture Fox and Mrs. Bill Morgan and their French Poodles spent children and 'Merrys' father MobileHomes
Mrs. Virgie Rowe Dally office of Morningand
Open Tuea.-9at. 9-0; and sons Hank and Peter attended and a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Christmas are spending) Inaurance AgencyRichard
The Rjthham- Evening Prayer 8:00: a.m.
Closed Monday the graduation of theFoxs son Danny. W.. 3. Grolick last week.' this week In the Suearlngencottage. Murrhe. Agt.
to Cedar
men were enroute W. E. Kite Jr. was In .. and 5:00: p.m.
son, Lt. Rhett S. Fox Mrs. General Insurance

BOATS MOTORS [Butch], from Officer's Can- Key, where winter.they plan Anyone to CharlottetrvlUe, N. C., to visit There Is lots of happiness in -LutheraaLutheran Fire Casualty Marina

didate School at Ft. Ben- spend the In touch the camp where her dau&hteiAllcla. -. the Lutgen household thin Church of Keystone Auto Bond I
MARINE to get
BILL'S fling, Oa.. last week. Lt. Fox I who wishes reach them bywriting has been a counselorthl week. Bill their son who III 1 III 'Heights; Vicar Richard Keystone Heights .,3-4'788
SALES A SERVICE with them can and t to help drive home Thursday
returned with his family fora delivery eummer. the -
them at
I The Fun Fleet' In" 2-week leave before reporting her home. Robert Kite Is In night for 13 days. Friday Phone 752-2797
Cedar .Key.! >. Divine worship, Sunday 11 U.S. Hwy. 41 North
week visiting I
Service & Parto for for active duty at Ft. left Jacksonville, this night Bill Lucky, Ella. Doris I I Florida
Rothhamr/ier a. m. Holy Communion Lake
Eddie City
La. and surfing. Mr. Kite has been and Danny Osteen went to I ,
AU Outboard. Polk week to his family each SCHEDULEOF
last Join Sunday of month.
with attack of Bursitis weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton down an Miami to spend the
Chrysler Lone Star Boat and children were vacation Mr. and Mrs. Olynn Roth- this week but he In much with his brother and family Services held each Sunday SERVICES Headquarters For Instant Housing

Chrysler Motor ing In Daytona Beach the hammer and children.. In better now. Mr. and Mrs. Fred DaughUry", at St. Anne's Episcopal PARKof -

JCorner Rte. 21 ft 26 first part of this week. Fort Werth Texas. of Mr. and Mrs. .1. I. Greek and family.We Church. Keystone 'aelghu, I

Miss Loretta Maltrejean have received an official FVw the
Melrose. 475-4851 Alec Livingston. son of Mr. last. just -
""" Long Beach. CalifH to clear our
ofNelson's petition ,
and Mrs. Oa CLEANERS lake of rough fish, and to improve I
Point. Is attendinga families. Mr. and Mrs. Virile brother passed away, and she fishing conditions. In order Worship aervloe : Sunday SAVE A PIECE

2-week: summer session at Rowe and son Danny and joined them and murned U a m., 730p.: m. [nursery
Keystone of to get this'survey done, .
Ft. Bennlng Oa. as part
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chambleeand with Mrs. Dunk. Wren Mrs. -
we need the signature of 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M.
his training for the Army
Cleaners, Inc. children. Dunk returned to her normTuesday the landowners around the lake

O. K. DavtaHJvery Reserve program. Recent guests of Mr. and she was accompanIed If are think THURSDAYS
Cleaning Service Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. included by Mrs. Bess Lorn who that Is possible. you call Red It also brings me employment 7:3::J() P.M.
Dry and children of Mrs. M. W. Samson not contacted, please ,
Laundry Finish or Fluff Andrewsen with his sister Mrs. Ethel oosnell will stay for a short visit. Neal if you would like to sign FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
Lehl. Utah are visiting So this Is rolling-re
2 Day Service of Columbus and his trother Miss Cora Lyons, has been It. your TEACHING

Pick Up and Delivery Mrs. Andrewsen's family, Mr. and sister-in-law. Mr. and moved to Bradford CountyIuraing 'Evelyn and Jim Brummet. porter.
and Mrs. John Bird. Tired and weary and weak.. AH Services Held In The
478-84M4 Home. !
Kf'ptone Height Mrs. George Sam'ion. We Jimmy and Bunky Bcummef,
On Monday morning Mrs. Saying "Go out and the
I were sorry to hear of the recent Several members of the 'Mr. and. (Mrs. Spike Day and Congenial/ AtmosphereOf
John Bird hostess! for a"coUee" Telegraph,
CONCRETE with was the honored ; death of Mr. Semson' Methodist Youth Fellowship children, all of Panama City. And read my column each The Lounge.

brother. Mr. C. B. Samson of of the Melrose Methodist Mr. and !Mr. Ralph FUlmon
Concrete being her daughter, week. .
guest Sarasota formerly of Mel- Church spent Saturday at and children of Tampa and

& Supply Inc. Mrs. Walter Andrewsen. 1 rose. He was burled 'n Palms Crescent? Beach. They reported Sheryl Ward of Starke were
the attendingwere
Among guests Memorial Park. a wonderful time. weekend visitor of Joyce and

: REDt Mrs. D. O. Stewart. Mr*. Burch T. Hutson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Arg' and Pete Barton.
< MIX Mrs. Lon Milnes and her Donna and Billy of
and son-in- children. Well that's all for this week.
and, daughter.
CONCRETE houseguest Mrs. Lucans Miss law Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shaf- Macon. Oa. spent last week So this Is your rolling: reporter1: This pleasure trip will do you good!

Hwy. 20 W Hawthorn Gertrude Houser. Mrs. S. E. fer of Jacksonville spent the with their aunt Mrs. H. T. saying "Bye y' all". And now,

48t-2932. 2031 McKay, Mrs. Ethel Weyman weekend with Mr. and Mrs Smith. Other guests of Mrs., here'* Leeon .

and house guest. Mrs. Fred. W. J. Grollck. Smith include her son! and L "

NURSERY_ Martin. Mrs. George LaRue Mrs. R. P. Hollls and Mrs. family. Mr.and Mrs. Hayden LKEON'S CORNER O"1 .

O.C. Carnes NurseryIDway Mrs. McDonald.David Nelson.Mrs.. Mrs.Earl Jay Lauer of Gainesville attended T. Smith and daughter. Renee 'Ponies'Each -< Of every dollar you earn Tor the one
Diocesan and Candy. of Live Oak
a meeting of the : week I write" a. porne, i
\ 100. Flormhem Voyles Mrs. McEachern and Executive Board of the and a nephew and family, To go at the end of col. who deserves it the most YOU!
IS :MUe. SB of SteikeNar..ry Mrs. Lon Ruahton. Mrs. David Church Women. Mr. and Mrs. C.r. Smith my \\ \ person .
Episcopal umn.
Stock TbOU.U.fllof Neson poured coffee and --
I The Women of the Episcopal and daughter Emma Jean oflelleview. Sometime. :
Plant A Fruit Tree toctuxxM Mrs. Earl Voyles presided at that they are crazy ,
Church reported And sometimes sol- ,
TreeS.vergre.1ts are
Nice Shad!
from. the punch table. Saturday Winners last week of the
& Landscape Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Alken the rummage aale held Melrose Duplicate Bridge emn. WE CAN BE HELPFUL ,:
successful.Rev. .
was Now they're getting dill! I
Plants. All In container and, daughter. Angela returned and son.Chris. Club were: 1st place Mrs. T.O. II I
Plant anytime. Camellia last week after visit Wm. Poppell cult. PALI IS BEST OF All IN THE SMOKIESI Enjoy the peace
I. Barclay Mrs. W. J.
have returned! from.. and Ideas are hard to come by,
and of
quiet the mountains riot of colors in autumn. .
azalea Mrs. Alken' brother and
j ing W.
Orollck: Mrs. C.
Undseapta trip to Camp Weed. But as Jon.* as I am able, crisp cool days... refreshing restful nights. .wonderfulfood.
Let am do year sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Hardy and Mrs. F. T. Hogue
I Phone 684-21M: of Douglasvllle, Mrs. Martha MacKeachle ; I'm certainly gonna try. Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you like) COME IN GET ACQUAINTED :
Paul Davis
: has returned from & months 3rd place Mrs. J. J. Brennan I writ about the fUrv I activity there's square dancing: Horseback riding, craft
also visited Mr.Alken' I
USED CARS Ga. They visit with friends In Califor- and Mrs. E. P. Wright: and And I write about animals making. wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts, boatIng
Carl V. Aik-
brother 4th Mrs. Roland
place, Bryan
too. .
nia. fishing-lots morel Furnished cottages lodge. Rates
Hanks Used Cars en, who was a patient In the Mrs. Andrew Dunk and and Mrs. Robert Clare I try to write them. about lower after September I.s-Jcaa crowd c\\!. For rtstrvatloiu/ KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

hospital In Atlanta. Da. Mrs. children of Miami and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Knud I.. Thing that' will Intersil you. phone 498-2211. I'

i BIG CASH DISCOUNT Alken reports that they enJoyed Dick Logsdon of North Little Bastlund and two children Although it'* sometimes FJXI.C. Keyctone Height Fla.'
TERMSUYSELLTRADE playing golf a the Send for *,
Rock, Ark. have been visiting of Copenhagen.! Denmark are :hard.! .1

I many different courses In their parents, Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mrs. Bastlund's parents In my writing find enjoy- FREE COLOR FOLDER: D.pf. DB, Fonfana Village, N.C "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Rt. 1 Box fOHvry.
I Atlanta area.
the E. M. Robinson. They also Mr. and Mrs. Henderson ment. ** '
j 100 n MUea S.! Stark John Duranttne:: and Communlty.Jill .
Mrs. Ala.
visited in Stevenson, Bell, IH. And when you stop and
children of Lakewood Calif.J



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VVyyyyyyyyyv-yyyyyVYVV 1 followed First by Baptist) :MYF iutndny. traditional birthday anniversary.birthday cake The: day.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Shu-Station Wago !tilE/ Dorado" !Blowout Injures 1967 Diverted Acres May Be I

School 10 a. m. Worship 11 crowned with three candleswas ford are vlslbin their soninlaw September 15
LAWTEY Hits Rear'l.l' |IT Screen Grazed Starting
honoree AXIl. and 0
a. m. and a p. m, Training presented and the and daughter 3 Starke'l'vlen'
Union 7 p. m., Midweek Services enjoyed blowing them Mrs. Luther Tharp In Cullen,,
By Enza DiancizardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW Wednesday\ 8 p. m. 01 Parked, V urn Fla. Theatre Farmers who have dlvcrtcc; program benefits. Leaton Mo..

Church of Ood- Sunday out.A pleasant occasion on Sunday Va.Mrs.. J. R. Devore. Davit acreage timlei( the 1967 US)) V | gnn Jr., chairman AgrlcultumlStobllzatlon
"51 Dorado," Three Starke men were seriously *
Worship 11 birthday party and Teresa Mrs. R. H. Futch, a two-fisted feed grain and cotton programswill : Conservation
School 10 a. m., was a Two persons were thai ion, up] Injured when their oar
SCHOOL REGISTRATION I a. m. and 7:3O() p. m, YPE. given Jointly for Joseph! Ouy( Futch and daughter, and S1.40Q damage done to; two western and two with big, stare romance, John, humor Wayne;, tire blow out causing the vehicle soon be able to graze County Committee has announced.

Registration for Lawrey 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer Starling 17 and Eddie Cruce Mrs. Dale Jones and son olStarka vehicle. .in a colllstoo 'jntur and Robert to go out of control and this acreage without losing
Mltchum added to
Kindergarten and 1st Grade meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. 18 at the home of Mist Cath- were visiting Mrs. B day. AUg. 19, on US-3/J1:,/ 6.1!' make a quality show for all hit two pine trees Friday, Aug. Starting' date for such gr.tr.-
will be held Monday Tues Highland Baptist Sun- erine Cruce. Those attending 11. Futcb's sister Mrs. SuxatOfiburne miles south of Stark >v piny
day. and Wednesday. Aug. day School 9:43: a. m.. Worship were Mr. and Mrs. Robel.tCarlton In Jacksonville or station wagon ran off 'the OIK t'na Florida Theatre SR-230. Auto Leaves the end of a five:
Sundsy I
:28/ 29. 30. from 9am. un- 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. of Starke :Mr. and Thursday of last week. Mr and slammed into tha, rear ol Wednesday Roscoe Kenny Scarbro the month period during which tn*

oil 2 p. m. at the school. Choir practice 6:30: p. m. Mrs. Emory Duncan the and Mrs. Marvin Futch ol a parked. van.' through Aug27- driver and Harold E. Crawford CurveThree no-grazing provision wai in ef, .

Kindergarten pupils >f last Prayer meeting Wednesday! Frank Cruce family and Mr. Jacksonville were visiting Uu Impact of !'be colli4 Ion bet< 30.Set In Texan in the tumult- 29, "were taken to Gainesville Lawtey feet under the diversion pin.

year ned not re-gist, 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. V. L. Starling and Devores on Sunday. and cut the right silo of the Civil so an orthopedic surgeon grams. A six-month period cnrl-!
uous era following
Din- Oriffls. Mrs. Edward Wainwright V x s 1933 station I driven Lawtey residents were log October 15 had orlglnulh,
Revival Services began at On Sunday Mrs. P. L. Carol Ford wag m War when the cattle market, could treat broken .bones. A
Evergreen! Baptist! Church on kins' family honored her Mrs. Mae Wells\ attended a visiting friends in Charlottsvllle. by Lawtey ;Marshall) Millard !- was beginning: to emerge and I third occupant Curtis T Lee, slightly injured Sunday Aug. !been. set but under autnnrltV

Monday evening. August 21 with a birthday dinner at Postmasters's Seminar at the Va. this week. Monroe Jordan. I 30.. hall empire-builders! and gunflgh 48. Is In satisfactory condition 20, when the automobile In recently given by Sccrctmv,

and will continue through the home of Mr. and Mrs. I University of South FloridaIn Mr. and Mrs. EtfwaJd Le. I lr two when it plowed\ Into ers were governed ,by greed In the Bradford County Hospi which they were riding failedto of Agriculture the state ASC

Sunday August 27 with Rev. Horace Cox at their home on Tampa the first part of Masaey and children of Tallahassee the rear of the: parkaad vats the desire for power, both I negotiate! and S-curve 'm Committee has reduced this
Vernon Johns of Jacksonville Little Santa Fe Lake. Those this week. were visiting theii Marshall\ Jordan was ':.charge Mltchum and the Incomparable tal.The 1966 Ford sedan In'' SR-200B half mile south of the one month. The use of pn i.

In charge. Services each i taking part In this Imrxwtant Miss Elizabeth Teirv spent respective parents. Mr. anc by Highway Patrol Troopei Wayne can be at their best. which., the three were travelingwas 'town ent harvesting equipment i in
evening at 8 p. m Tho community event were Mr. Dinklns Mr. part of the week with: Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Dixon and Mr J. K. Wade with fa (lure 10 Newcomers Charlotte Holt I a total wreck, accordingto Otto Williams 26 was conjunction, with drying facilities

is cordially Invitedto II and Mrs. Charles Dinkins of C. E. Strickland in Gaines- and Mrs. A. E. Maasey. have his vehicle under 'control<< and; MIchele Carey provide the: Florida Highway PatrolmanW. barged' by Florida Highway: has ftie effect of advancing

attend. Starke. Mr. -and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Eugene Pearson ol Driver of the 1967 Ford ton.,, feminine Interests In the class- E. Sundbergr. with damages rll'-olman J. K. Wade with the normal corn hui-

Vacation Bible School at I Dinklns Jr.. David Mid a ville.Mrs.. Joyce Futch left Monday aalnesvlllea Saturdaj, and a half van was Charlie la western. James Caan. anoth-' estimated at $2,000. traveling! : at a speed too /great: vest In most areas by approximatHy .
of St. her teaching visitor of Mr. and McLeod. 43, of Florence j 8. C. for road: conditions. Wade's report -: 30 rlnys. An earlier! beginning
Grace Methodist Church will i friend Joey Manser all to begin new overnight t'tI relative newcomer Is the Scarbro was driving east on.
Augustine and Mr. and :MM position In Georgia. Mis. Tom Tatum Jr. McLeod wife,. Annie, 3.3, and I "youngest" male Interest In the New Kinsley Lake Road stated 1957 Ford sedan' date for fall grnKini
close\ with
Friday( ; evening a 8 p.program m Everyonp on-,!I Jim Burton of Jacksonville. I Miss Arthurlne Blanchard Mr. and! Mrs. Don Ross of the marshall! were, !both ,..slUken 'the production for which, he (SR-230)) when the left rear driven by Wllllnms was going may eliminate off diverted. the need to too
fence acres
Is invited for this occasion -' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter spent the weekend! with Miss Pittsburgh Pa.. spent Friday up.mel i had to become expert knife tire blew out! causing him to approximately 35 mph. I permit -
I and daughters Brenda i Enza Blanchard. evening with the D. A. Jones marshafl's station) wagon throwing. The movie also features lose control. The car crossed Passengers In the car were' gleaning or pasluiing

I Sue and Donna Ka.ve and The J. L. Waters family family. The Jones' daughter was a total wreck with damages veteran character Arthur the center line, turned back Willie Lee and Willie\ Ciurk. harvested fields.

CHURCH ACTIVITIES I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter spent the weekend at their Mrs. Walter Cleraouis who estimated $1,000. Damage Hunnlcutt who plays a mu- I to the right, skidded sideways The Ford ran off the left, The Chairman stressed how.
II Grace Methodist Sunday I spent the weekend at Lake I home on Orandin Lake. has recently gone to live in to the left rear of. tha tached deputy sheriff who i Is onto the shoulder and finally side of the road and Crawled? ever. that this program relaxation
School! 9:43: a. m. Worship famUy van was estimated at $'00. a ways along the should. It I regarding use of Ole
with its
Mirror On Saturday they: Mrs. Lois Carter was visiting Germany writes the expert with a bow and arrow struck two pine trees
4. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Choir gave Donna Kaye a party in Miss Debby Philips In that she and Mr. Clemoni The collision occurred at and claims a. reputation as an ,left side. then crossed the roa-l from I acreage applies only to grtiz-:
practice Wednesday 7 p. m.I! celebration of heY! third 1 I Macclenny last week. are enjoying the beautiful 11:30: p. m. Saturday.The Indian fighter. The vehicle came to rest left to right and ran ofr the Ing the acres diverted from

!I Mr. and Mi's. George L. scenery and meeting tl:* people vanwas parked eight Wayne. i Is a for-hire gunslinger seven feet? off the pavementafter right side of the high Nay. production under the annual
'J Shuford and children have there. feet off the i oadway headed with Mltchum playing traveling 349 feet fiom The car swung around ISO I commodity programs. Hay on
'i and north. Jordan/ was, also headed blow out degrees as It changed ends before such acreages still! may not be
Tliat'8 Our Business j jI returned from vacationing In Mrs. Edward Nola his one time companion, nowa the position of the
GLASS 'Virginia. children of Jacksonvl.le are north In his ntaUom wagon law officer involved with a No charges were filed. finally striking a culvert.It I harvested.

I II ''I 1 and ,.randson spending a few days. with her when he ran off the right side girl. The film Is a Howard then flipped over on its tips! ) Land diverted under ihr
It" Rosier
Have Robert
4 "If It i Glass W. of the road with all four, where It came to: rest 15 feet ,
T. Para- Reserve ,
and Mrs. from Conservation Program
visiting parents. 'Mr. Hawks production
of Jacksonville were Rambler Hit
CALL. WRITE VISIT I IS his parents Mr and Duck. Wheols. The feet station along wagon the I, mount Pictures. If took 36 . From! the pavement. i or Cropland Adjustment Program .
Dobbs of Jacksonville traveled days to film the outdoor scene I Damage to the from rear. / may not be grazed or'
Joey ,
I Mrs. James Rosier Srnday.Mr. striking the
"FOR ANY GLASS NEED Sunday dinner guest of shoulder before In Arizona. From Behind awl I top of tho automobile was' harvested through th" whol",
and Mrs. Bill Powellof was
SS SS I IU I Mr and rear of the parked van. .1 extlmated at 5280. aCe rding': '
We Dolgn", Modern Store Fronts Castleberry were visiting his grandparents: The Impact knocked the rear year.
Brown Mrs. A. E>. Dobbs.THERESSA. More Families Near LawteyA to Trooper Wade's report ,I
U I her mother Mrs. John axle of the van loose from ,
Just Mail Us A Pattern: For '. and other relatives over the the frame and shoved the
SU Table Top I IS IS IS IU IU weekend. '.. YYYWy YTYYYY. vehicle 15 feet forward. The May Qualify 1962 Rambler driven by

!' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ammons station wagon traveled 2/\2< I For RFD ServiceMany a Lawtey carpenter Percy FLORIDA THEATRE

I and! son of Raleigh. N. C. feet after the impact comingto Griffis, 61 was struck from be-
SHEA'S GLASS CO. I and Mr. and Mrs. Harold rest seven feet off the I families In the less- hind Sunday. Aug. 20. by a

Williams of Monroe, N. C. attended Crawford roadway on the right.: side of densely populated area:) may ;Falcon sedan driven by 1. Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00: -

1313 N.W. 4th FI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2.4353 I II' Sunday School at By IJnds the highway. I now qualify' for rural delivery year-old Bronda Florlne Joiien' Saturday 1:00 1

IU IU I First Baptist Church o.'. Sun- IAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAA4 Among csstributln: clrcumatiuices service according to an The accident occurred on ,
listed on Trooper announcement by Postmaster -I SR-225 J .4 mile west of Lawtey
a HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Wa;; e'. accident report was General Lawrence F. 0'- at 3:15: p. m. Miss Jones was Fill! SAT. AUG. 25, 26

U -::- Recreation is held each Friday Illegal speed by the station Brlen. charged with failure to have Double Feature ProgramNO.
: night at the community The new qualifications will her vehicle under control.

: house, starting at 7:30: p. m. wagon. provide for service for those Griffis was going w""at on 1 NO. 2

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESSAPPLIANCES IDIRECTORIPIIOTOGRAI'I1R 'Everyone Is Invited. lo come Time To Test .; families living within one' SR-225 at approximately 30( I .

and participate. ., third of a mile from the mph. according to Florida I KEEP YOUR -_ TWO SAILORS
School. 10:00 a. Soil For Fall
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Sunday carrier's present rout Highway Patrolman Paul Car TRAPPED ON A 3ON
I m.; Morning Worship 11 a. families now local ter. Miss Jones was also brave] EVE \jJJ/
Planting Season; Many c ..;; "VIRGIN ISLAND" 4 .
MOBILE 'HOMES-USEI m.: Training Union 11:30: p., mall boxes on routes of rural ling west but at approximately I ,

:\ m: Evening Worship 7:49: p. It's time to test your soil carriers but may> Involve long 55\ mph and struck the Rama-: Ti)4 fr-1!.

: Appliances Color TVS m.; Wednesday night Prayer for faIt crops or home gar- walks daily for them to get ler In the left rear end with I, di. ]

Stereo Magnavox BARNE'TT'S Service. 7:30 p. m.. with dens and lawns. Don't wait their mall. Many of these the right of her Falcon. |

S *> Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shot I choir practice afterwards. until you're ready Mi. plant. long walks will no longer be Miss Jones applied Her I e

: Gimera.Eleat.rlc\ Commercial and Portra O. L. Craw for:!, a licensed "A good fertilization! program necessady. O'Brien said brakes and turned to the left, JNTPARADISE

U "'I'ou Get A Good Deal At- USED TRAILERSCampers ; Photography minister, conducted the morn- is needed in drder to Rural patrons whose boxes stopping on the road 40 feel I'

from 8' 20' Frames & Custom Framin big services at Highland! get the best results from your' are not located close to their: from the point of Impact ''

(if) 1958 Blumllng BUd. Baptist Church. Sunday. crop garden or front yard residence. or patrons who live Ortffls topped on the shoulder cfI
Mobile Homes 32' S3': Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Swin- Dr. H. X.. Bre- in the rural areas and are 48 feet? from the point of Im- ,
F. O. MILLERJacksonville SB4-1IOI lawn says
::0((9C Jacksonville dell of Hellbronn Springs, land associate soils chemist I not receiving delivery are. en- pact.> TECMNICOLOR--TECHMI9COPE'I IDltlrlbulwl D (AS11 KCOlOR-. ."...
: Trades Bank Financing Walter WARNtH!! BROS. I \!. _
visited Mr. and Mrs. by
-4 --- DsIS with the state's Agricultural( couraged to contact Postmaster All five persons In tho two
U Ilgwy. :21, Orange l'ark .Swindell. and family Satur- Experiment Stations. T. C. Hazen so that a. cars escaped without injury. .
PIANOSFor day'night. The best way to determine Damage\ to each of the; cars
Tel. 264-6321: O. L. Crawford and daugh- Is to have It estimated at $200.
: Auto Sales &: Service tar Patricia. attended a song ,, your accurately soil needs tested and then will have it tested for you. was SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. AUG. 27, 28, 29, 30

LANDROVER Musical, Advice service at Decoy :Baptist follow the recommendations. :Recommendations on the

MOTORCYCLESHONDA C. CARTER NICEtsfcrf Church, in Palatka, Sa'urday; Check with your ocal coun- basis of the soil test will be survey may be made of their ITS THE BIO ONE WITH THE BIG TWO!

: night. ty aTTlcultural agent for the mailed to you about two situation with the possibilityof ,

: The World's Finest InS Tommy Knight. of Mayo. proper method Qf taking soil weeks after the samples have providing much more convenient ', '

4 Wheel Drives \\1" .' 11" was the guest of Buddy Pack- samples.; He has special bags been returned to the countsagent's service to the patron -
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Sold and Serviced by J r ham. son of Rev. and Mrs.Me1'le for collecting the sill and office. rjiTiJ
._... i4e. ot : "
Packham. Thursday
UI Roberta'. Chevrolet ,. ...'ttM'Eatabtlshed! ",- r '
Green Cove Spring, 8033 MOTORCYpLES night. YMfffWJJ '&it1I
Jacksonville' 264-0600 1948 Mrs. O. L. Crawford and:
ALL MODELS Checkering & sons, Gerald and Stanley, "
Other Name Brands visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Y\\iJi R m

I JEEp Osteen and family at the!
Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS CONN ORGANS I
summer home on Bedford Go
2631 Park Jacksonville 388-851
Vehicle.I Lake Sunday afternoon.L. I
Jeep \Vagonerr Station Open 8 A.M. T P.M. E. Tayor. of Miami vie young.

Wagon. .. L. K.
ited Mr. and
Tues., Wed.. 'Thurs., Frt.
Jeep I'nlvermd' PICTURE FRAMES: Childs. last Thursday through

S Jeep Gladiator Trucks Open Sat8 A.M. 6 P.M.: Monday morning.Mr. .

S Authorl/ixd" Service : and Mrs. O. L. Craw ,

Approved Part. Cloaaxr. Sunday & Monday ford and family visited Mi GoOkls. 301 DriveInSHOW

4 Drive Wheel Urlve 2 Wfcrrl SPILLERS'GALLERY and Mrs. Cedrlck Rosier ,

MOTORS I &; CYCLES Sunday' afternoon. .
EDDIE BLAND Buddy Packham. finishes. BEGINS AT SUNDOWN

MOTORS Inc. 4919 Bluiiding Blvd. Picture Oil his two weeks of encamp .
Framing ADMISSION: Adults V5c, Students!!! 60
ment with the Nations Gbsaveabundie.WWwIircvu
635! W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE Jacluonvllle 171-8241 Children Under 12 Free
S5.I-1731; Painting Graphic Guard. in Camp Blandlng.

Unframed Pictures Douglas and Stanley Craw. THUIIS., .Fill., SAT. AUG. 21, 25, 26Double
Parrish Motors ford. sons of Mr. and Mrs. O .. Feature
MUSIC; lois I Firrk St. In Five Pirfnt L. Crawford were over night Program

guests at the home of Mrs .
ISALKS ggfyypygfr ,J,,* S.U-8M1 I Reba Crawford of Starke, ---- --_---------- : -_ -_-

8KKVICKPABTH / recently. ( V-nitfugf r7 r?)

Paulus Music Co. EJERRUW1S '
: BootG'overa.
Band 4 Instruments. Adjustable \lny1
33 Years As A Htrlnff .
;:> All six"* 30 cunts esat "MBIGMSOTHtmwcui
Always Good Usod Carson Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers H. & N. The Telegraph. .
: LAura St. k..on\'IUe _-:L--_- .--:.. ,."__ Id I ._ 'JI
Phone :3:! -M3" TilE RIGHT POINT' for the -
School SIl..IIeJIL..truClloJl. SEWING CENTER
way you write. Come: in
; ItEAUTY ACADEMY Roberta Recorders I, and .select your favorite E;$. I PLUS -

I 1967 Singer TKRBROOK fountain pen. I -.

American Music Llbraryxpel"t; Auto Zig Zag NOTU'KI ;6.., A Happy Treat of Fun and

Hairstyling 111 Ml7.. I1HITT $ '
_Repair Department Curl, 1 lliirHt. Mayor of the I i S Musical Fantasy
Academy l'lty i>r HtnrkiPIArldu. by Tlr-I' .
41 W. MonnmNt.' Like New tile of thv. Authority vavtert In .. .
21 MOMMR) : ,ro. by" law. (In liureby coll. .CI ri..ntrlnutry A.: ,
tu bo htMi, .Htho ...... _,1Valt Disney'sSnowWiite
I ltfutlmt:
J\CKS01''U..LE 8.' -0f)1:; J..kn\.UJ" 3.VVHU7 Connote Model makes fancy de. '
Fire Ktutlon. In the atorumrl signs, stitches, monograms ., city by diiuliried, voter atiTucniiity 't"1. '.
3.110 Hwtch Bl\<.l.Jauk l. sulitelishurii." 1917. A. _
RiversideHairstyling avercasts sews on buttons, D.. (or tlia purr..... i>f Kloctlnn ,
oi>vllle" 308-3001 make button holes & blind th.i following (if?ieris. (t":. r._
('ity Clerk fur two yuan.Chl .
itlltches. No attachments .>f or Police tut two year I ; :: \ 'f TArSeven Dwarfs
..' Academy Mxyivr for two y....re.Ur"uI' .. .j
Demonstrators $64 or $6 per councilman fur : ie '
: ... technicolor _..__ I
2000 PARK 8T.JACKSONVIIAK twC\ year .. .
Call Jax 771-1850 .. ....
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SII8.837 OPTICIAN Oiuuit, :a l on* oouncllman vearSQlei ,
Accredited II. & fi. Mewing Ctr. two OriMio year S on. councilman. foron ,,euy.YI"ve, hid JOUr ey en-a youna new oldf ywTBut: ye' ; -

Qualified Instructors .Inxivtors. y.....r KOP Mull Bloctlon: .;,wanted to cah" in on end-of-season savings.Wait no longer because' SUN., MON.: TUES., WED. AUG. 27. 2S 29, 30

Modern Styling Ir.. UrneMtln: Oenmark. Afrn. .:your Olds Dealer's! annual Year End Sal is on right now! That' I
Monthly Classes WESTERN STORE Mt[ ""Ur.'onnl.., Albert Fot.r, :mans you'll save young fortune on the quality-engineered NO. 1 NO.2IIOWNII
a I"". J. '-1. Hardy, I... MargaretI
'her" tomorrow') Lists OldMTiobil '
sty &> Wimiim, .*, Joe Vl ln.kl. Mm. ol'your : Toronado. NinetyEight,, 88. Cutlass I
aN. trained" \IVula-Cruiser or F-83. Prices down _
M Trevntt.Inbn are trado-inj
are up the savings "PICTUKf.iTH1: I 11I2tAUI
ELECTRIC MOTORS I (;r [SSION\L CPTIOM LITTLE DUDE '. '. 8tnin. Mr..on. R Mr U.,.Dgn.by.Stra. Thh.IKayin.ni. S .re limply fabulous. See your nearest OUsmobito Dealer today I., [_. I. ItlI S ,. = PIEGEL/w1\uLITv.\K WIUU eire. nAY/.RJnllI"D I

COM( ANVPrescriptions mia Mae Chimteen (AUer, :' 5 I
natsi. Mr. .U. N. Plukerln* (Alternate Co Oldsmobile at your nearest(t'r.ItnnsnnrtatlQD vuLci' O( '
Peavy Brothers S Filled Western Store )I. Mr*. Hd! Tenlwy (Al NIGHTnn.on1 : I
,arnata) Mr. 1'01 Kny Similar.tn : ( .
Electric Co. S Broken Lenses Duplicated Where' You'll Find Everything tmtlmimy wherof. I here- [GM ]
.ub rlb nam and
into *> my
ELECTRIC.: MOTORS For the Hone cau*.. the, Seal! of the iwld : = :
So4dServIcwdRepaIredCenerntorsStarters S Artificial Eyes Enthusiast"Vastern I town to bo hereuntO affixed 'J M1itiL4EE5 I :
\ Clothing Leather-1 1981.thin the 7th day of \usru.t A. D. f a.-.._ -

Alterations *Bycwear SpechUiats goods Saddle and Trailers I (( ',.J\L) _S! i

Armature Rewinding 213.'LauM St. Jux. SM-M03 Charles & Sharon Petty CARt HURST.furl BurSt MAYOR :BALDWIN CHEVROLET INC. : ................. \
4044 Lenox Ave. 902 So. Edgewood Ave. .
\TTKMTt: : Merrill Edward --.1'I IIICCIl_... '
Jacksonville 3S7-2528 i 1034 Park St. Jitx 354-3018 .Jack8oD'IWe! 884-1310 M IE:UK I'M., EDWARDS CITY __._. [r'i11a j
CLERK:: U1 301 North Phone 961-7500
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Jobs Waiting I 'LA. OR -.. GA. GRADE 'A''

For Practical

Nursing Grads

A course with a job readY i
and waiting for each stirdej.
completing! it will- ,.tart
Thursda Sept 28, at Santa, ,
F- Junior College In CtainevlU .-
It >is the Practical
ins Program which trainl
r rI
students. to -serve as Licensed;
Practical NUrses (LPN]. JoNurilng I
Ptogram which trains
Its sraduolea since the coW'se
was started ten years agc.- ,
LPN program IB a. 12-moni J ti ., "
course open to both men and SUPERMARKETS /
women over 18 years of aKe. i I tp SAVE 10l 1 IBREG

It old'includes Post office Instruction building in the:In I trice Good Through It.ed'V":1" \ 39# IB

Gainesville, and clinical experience : Quantity Right
in General. Hospitt 1B a
the J. Hillis Miller> Heall\ J
Center and the Oa.neavll
Nursing Center.
The general trend of tn-
creasing salaries for practlc t1 ,
nurses has made this i Pl'O-
gram attractive for housewives -
and others looking for< 1 1 _. .
additional: income to supple-
ment the family budget. 'The\ '
program baa produced 29 SUNHYLAHD'SCARDINAL ,
graduates and la CUt rently 1Joo
developing an expanded and\, t BRAND SLICES I / 1 '+ '
Improved course whkhprovide
for better tel\chlng: I
through the use of team I
and increased I
teaching 1 '
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clinical experenOP.s./: /
Twenty -
totaing almost f4 .
ships .000.1 \
are available. for enrolstudents. : FUll Sg"J'I.B

Persons Interested in applying -
tor the Septemb!'
class should contact the Division / / 1 e
of Continuing" Education t
aa !soon as possible 1 by 1 / / '
calling 378-3311. extension
43 or 44 in 1 1 I '

Workshop Set '
For Substitue OR{ SKINLESS' FRANKS 1 ,

TeachersAll persona planning to do! ALl '99.10r /
Bradford .f ,_ t tt
substitute teaching in t .. lAG
County schools for the ,.
coming year are requested t to ., .,. ,
attends workshop at I the
USO Conference Room Tuee .
day Aug. 29, from 8:30: a. m. DETERGENT
until 12 noon. '
School principals havi: )been
requested to notify all per- -
i-"t '
sons who have done subatl! \ilPYflE 'SAVE .10 .. LIBBY'S I .
but teaching previous; -
However.* anyone Intcreste J TEX 38c: != MERNANTS LFN!!!STANK'. ':ff r; 1 .

in tend.The this work is invited to 1 at- CT. PKC.( .Be CT PKG.FAB j f.I we.ru'COIIA0CN1e1 glulf ,.i I / ':!#fJ, TO'M AT 0 J U I C E

workshop with- school will be pollcie concerned -, I .:_:::__.iw:...0-.,:.:_::.... I 1 I"

the equipment- use, of and.audio teaching-vist YOUR CHOICE! UMIT- -1 1 WITH $5.00 OK MORE ORDER ,iM irt1i1'. 460%, CI.

techniques pertinent to grad i ........T"" : .., 2" 5'
levels and subjects '. MERCHANTS GREIN STAMPS : \ / CAH '
-wwawuwl- ,
The meeting will be conducted t4.JOHN.ON ,
by the school principals INS COFFEE = $I rusty eoA1. f; SAVE at ON 4 CANS ,
and county supervisor l'i.:: .'.' ''=:::r.:
Rummage Sale Im-DtF-J1 J

Set SaturdayA i CHASE & FOOD '" "' ': REG. 4/49t/ -REO BIRDVIENNA .., '.

uled by the rummage for Church Saturday of sale God sponsored morning Is echo, I SANBORIIWozJAR, )4.'.;.}-,,9 9 C lOoz FAIR JAR 79 c: 'E I' M"C :O C 5.E.foi leu.a" 'G..: WITH; i STAAIIS;RAID u.i S&USA6E..4.zcM{ ,,OA. t'".I :

should SAVE
Griffls.stopped on r

City In the FlHh''buildintf and Moat next Market.to the SHORTENING LIMIT -i WITH ss.oo OR MORE OlDER. 1'f. ..' PORK & BEANS....;.......20o% CANS r 5JI 1$'I\.

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-of Axtel- Johns of Macclenn Sunday guests Mr. and :Mrs r'f'YTTTTTTT ents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory Pierce of Conga' Park, Calif hams pastor.GREATER. I Iat the Temple in Gainesville. THIS BIGHT POINT for the

whose funeral was held Thuri Leonard Sapp and children, 'I Sr. In Alacbua.: Enjos ins Mr. and Mrs. J. T. '1'aG'lorand ALLEN ChapelAMElChurch Members of the Sunshine Band the way :you write. Come In
RAIFORDBy E. of' Palatka. Rev.'L.A. Samp will participate on the program and select your favorite ES-
da>. Capt. and 1>lrs. John Davit ROOKER the occasion with him were family were I
Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbs and children of .Jackac-affl i his wife Yvonne and sons, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy ion pastor. Annual Woman's at 6 p. m. Saturday. TERBROOK fountain pen.

Mr!*. Earl Dobbs and children of Madison vliltd and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin hon- hi"'AI Mike and Dwight.. Green and family Sunday Day will terminate Sunday Please b. present. TELBGRAPn.
Phone 40(1-2001 his father O. D. Dobbs, ove ver and son. Randy of At hem By; Joyce StokeVAA r Mrs. Shirley Nipper has We are sorry to hear thatA. with Sunday School at 10 a. m.

te!,: weekend. Oa. \ A A A A AAAAAAA". moved to Colorado Springs B. Adams, mother n[ Lake !Morning service at 11, with -
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Breei Mrs. Varnell Sapp and moftfer Colo to join her husband, City has suffered another Miss T. B. West, of Jacksonville
Carried Away
Mr and Mm David Hlut'- who had been visiting Mr. and< Mrs. Lettsle Barnett ana Mrs. Eva Harrell and ; SP3 Richard Nipper Mrs. heart attack and has been as speaker. The 3 p. m. Don't Get .

field of Greenville. Texas announce : Airs. O. B. Gordon left laa children were in Jacksonville Paul Emory and; Nipper will be rememberedas transferred to the hospital in speaker will be Mrs... Bonnie

the arrival of a dll\lg'h- week for their home in (Julian. Friday.Mr. spent Tuesday at Shirley Ann Tetstoi.e Jacksonville. We so wish her of Jacksonville. Mrs

tor Treva Kay on August 11. na Ohio. and Mrs. Herman Sapp Springs. Ml and Mrs. Elwood Hes I a speedy recovery.Mr. Bessie Lee, chairman, 1 Is' ask "' V .
Mrs. Hartsfleld In the former Mr. and Mrs..., Drew Sweu and children visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ters and daughter ol Oalnes and Mrs. Kenneth ing all captains to contact. each : V V

IMIas Flora Sapp daughter i of visited Mr. and Mrs. Gllei M. Billy Claridy and Mr. and and family and Mrs. ville and Mrs. Viola Wllks orThoma3vl1le Green and family of Wildwood member and remind thorn of .

the late Lionnlc. Sapp and Mrs. Tompkins and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. C. B. Barnett In Lake Ferryman "spent' their Ga. were the I spent; the weekend with their obligations. in makingthis ,. ,-

!Myrtle Sapp.Weekend of Mr. and Forrest'' Harvey in Jackaonvllli land recently and Mrs Locate atlon sightseeing in the Sunday dinner guests of Mr.I Mr. and Mrs.> A. F. McDavld activity a success. Rev. .

guest :Monday afternoon. Barnett returned home with old State of Florida. and Mrs. Shurley Tetstoneand and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sampson is counting on. each
Mr and
Mrs. Earl Dobbs were IMIas Ramona Sweat had HI them. visited the points of family. Roy Oreen. : member to be present Sundayat FOR FREE ESTIMATE
!Mrs L. J. Mikell Jr. and son II
of Del and and Mr. a.id Mr.... guests last week. Miss Janli' Mrs. Shirlie Bennett and s>n in Miami, came back by Mrs. Solomon Banda of Glad, to hear that little' 3 p. m. CALL 964-5745
Hall of Orlando and :Mljs' Sue Paul of Glenn St. Marys spentthree ver Springs and Six! Zed Hamilton Is home doing CHURCH) GOD In Christ'
Don Newmans and chitIrenStarke. Lake Butler has been the
of Jacksonville.Mr. davs as guests of her Elder D. R. Williams pastor. I
Tompkins Terriory. Everyone r
fine after having his tonsils
Mr. .and Mrs. Gcmld' Griff and.. Mrs. Robert Faulk parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Supp a very, nice time. house N' O. Hayes.guest of.Jr.Mr.and and family Mrs. out last week ,The workers Meeting 'began I Florida Pest Control and
at ner of Jacksonville visited her and other relal'tvea. hereto Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Donel Stokes was the''Tuesday and will end, Sunday
enjoyed a swim and picnic last week.
mother Mrs. Ruby Yarbroughan4 Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat drews and family and
I overnight guest of his mother. -
fit Augustine Beach M..md3.v.1M. Mr. and Mrs. George
...,. Edna Canon and MrVeRta .I t Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yar- and Ramona/ visited Mr. and and Mrs. Lonnle Parker Pierce were visiting Mrs. C. Mrs. Alberta Stokes last Chemical Co.
af- and family -
brough and family Sunday Mrs. Marjell their vacation touring week.
Hyrapnkl and daughtc C. Marshall In Waldo Satur-
Madison Monday and
Jacksonville several 'ernoon. In States of North Carolina < Cpl. John Lewis of Washington -
of "spent
Friends of O. D. Dobbs will Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Tennessee. day.Recent 539 E. Call St.
days last week with Mr. and regret to learn that he U ill L. Leslie and family In, Titun- !guest of Mr. and I D. C. Is spending a
Mrs. Earl Dobbs and famll; in Bradford County Hospital,. ville Wednesday and Thurs Travis Moxley of Mrs.. George Pierce were Mr. few days leave here with

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wallac (Mrs. Florence James (of Melrose yule, was honored on. PJerce's mother," Mrs. Reba parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai-
had as Sunday luncheon guesr's., H. James Jr, day.Rev. Jack Stolte blrhday with a lovely ; cum Lewis and family.
C. Mrs.
and Mrs. and
dinner at the home of CASH
Mr. and Mrs... Lowell Allen and GET
of Cocoa wer Mrs.
and children had as guests Saturday
and Mrs. Wilbur
of Fort Whit
son. Larry visited Mr. and Mri dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs, Stolte'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Accompanying: NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
They of the Stat Carnie of Jackson IMMEDIATELY
E. F. Mayton Johnnie
Drew Sweat and Mrs. Rose on this occasion was .
Farm Monday. villa.rvvyyyyyyvyyvvvyvVYvvV'. Shirley.Mr. .
Sapp. Pat Moore epent several
Mrs. Rose Sapp had as luncheon and Mrs. Warren
I last week as gueit of her
guests Sunday, !Mri I days zelle spent the weekend
: aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs GIRL SCOUTSGirl hearse tonight (Thursday) at
Willie Wester and dauKhtei 'Cecil Addison Jr. in Brooks- Miami with daughter the home of Alston Charley z.. $25 TO $600
and Eddie Bavless HiwavBy Scouts will meet Satur Mrs. Bernice -
Carolyn and Mr. Mrs. Ita and brought their
Wester of Tampa I I ville. daughter Karen back day, Aug. 26, at :J p. m. at the 1513 Estelle St., at 8 p. __
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dobba home of the leader, Elizabeth
Our deepest sympathy I to Mrs. O. E. Crosby Karen spent the m.BETHLEHEM
and daughters of Mulberry Walker. Please be time. FREE WILL
Mrs Rose Sapp the Dre\ there with her sister. DO YOU HAVE.Too
Mrs. Susie Uobb Mr. I .
Wallace visited & & &&& & NOTICE! Baptist Church Rev. Louis Johns
Sweats the Elmer The Sunday dinner : '
and Mrs. Julian Dobba and Dell Chapter 168 wllI meet McKay pastor. Monday night?.
here and the Mac: and Mrs. : : payments to make?
families and Mrs. Nancy Mrs. T. N. Norman has returned of Mr. Tommy many
family at 8 p. m. Thursday Sept. 7. Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board
Sweats and C. M. Burnett of from visit with her and family were Mrs. :
Thornton Friday and Sa r"ar.: a AJ1 members are asked to be No. 2 will rehearse at 7:30. About this question: bills to ?
the Stafe Farm on the deal brother-in-law and sister Mr. Dean and son Jimmy of -Too many pay
Mrs. Howard Register ,
Mr. and present and on'time. -Mrs. Tuesday night Choir No. 1 and
and children of Lake City and Mrs. Homer Starnes.Mr. tol Tenn. and Becky Alma B. Bacon, WM; .Rev. Da No. 2 will rehearse at S p. m. 'A new auto insurance ...

visited her parents Mr. and and Mrs.. Lois Newmansand ley of Lake Butler. mon Dell WP. Wednesday night Prayer Meeting lolicy gives a credit to DO YOU NEED

Earl Dobbs at Brooklyn Lake Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. O. E. ERSONALSMr. :. Thursday night, Ladles the 'safe driver' and provides -

This Wednesday and Thursday. Ellxson visited the Gib How- Shirley Green Cherie and Mrs.! Will Wrighthad Circle will meet at the homeof for 'single limits' of CASH NOW
Rev. Jack Stolte and children arda in Fairbanks Sunday. Peggy Edwards and Mr. as weekend. guests thiisoninlaw Mrs. Sarah Prince on. Old EXTRA

left Sunday night after .Mi.;. and Mrs. M. L. Conner Mrs. Tommy Cox and I and daughter, Mr. Lawtey Road. Friday night, overage: such at $25- I

service for Kansas City, Kap. and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joiner were visiting Mr. and and Mrs. Luther Jones, and Prayer Band meets at home of I 100' $50,000 or $100,000 LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR

is an where they will spend their vacation and baby visited the Jacksonville M. Vickery and family children of Miami. Mrs. Shaw on Old Lawtey per accident. Does the x

with relatives. Zoo last Sunday.Mr. Gainesville Sunday Deacon and Mrir. Paul Royalof Road. Saturday night the Mission Charley E. Johns Agency MONEY PROBLEMS

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crlf tie and Mrs. Lavon Crosby Mrs. Thomas Brtttoa Philadelphia Pa. and three Department? will sell dinners handle this 'single limit'auto .
ad entertained the Intermediateand and children of Brunswick da. son, Thomas of Ft. children made a. '''brief visit in the church kitchen. ;
Young Peoples Training are vacationing here this week. Beach and Mrs. F. M. with Mrs. -Sophia Royal and Sunday School at 9:30: with policy? We Are Trained To Help! I

Union classes with a picnic Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman ery and son, David of other relatives. Mrs. Rlsby in charge. Morning

about and swim at Brooklyn Lake visited the Clinton Normans esville were visiting Mr. Rev. Damon Dell la conva- Worship at 11 with the youthIn. Charley E. Johns Co.

Tuesday. <%--) In l Jacksonville\ Sat'urday night. Mrs. Ernest Edwards lescing at home and shows charge.: At 1:30: a motorcade Agency Town Finance

Mrs. Martha Addison and -Rev. and Mrs. Dave Me- family Mr. and Mrs. par'I much improvement Please re will leave the church for
little son David of Brook vU1e delras and daughters visited Cox: and family and Mr. member him with! your visitsand Jacksonville to render servicesat 131 S. Walnut St. I 228 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449

Regency visited her parents, Mr. and the Drew Sauls family In Hil- Mrs. O. E. Green ] get-well cards. the Morning Star Free BaPtist PHONE 964-5070 I

Mrs. Theodore Rosier Monday. lard last Friday night. Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys Blye, a long. Church: Rev. Jasper WIl- ,

Mrs. Alzy Thomas a.d Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Visiting Rev. and Mrs. time citizen of Bradford Coun- --r Vr=; V ........ p-: -rom.
V -
Square. laughter Darnell, of Haw- and daughter Darlene were N. Williamson and ty, died Tuesday, Aug. 22, in -- ;IV -- V -

home visited Mrs. Mary Freeman visiting their son-in-law and last week were Mrs. the Gainesville Medical Center.
Wednesday. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles son's mother, Mrs. C. CHURCH 'NEWSMOUNT I IFarm

L. D. Dobbs of Gainesville Crlbbs, and family in Alachua Earle of Texarkana, PISQAH AME AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I II

Regency Square is the 'larg. was a business visitor here Sunday. They were accompanied -' and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Church, Rev. Young pator. ,
est completely air-condi- Saturday.Mrs. home by their grandchildren chett and daughter Beth Sunday School, 10 a. m. At 11'
I mall in the) visit them fora
tioned shopping who will will
Myrtle Sapp had asDON'T Atlanta Ga. and Mr. a, m. Rev. W. P Jenkins
Southeast. It is located i in. few days. Mrs. D. H. Williamson hold his last Quarterly Con LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
the Arlington section of Billy Freeman of Ferrspent Forrest Park. Ga. ference. Duel Day will terminate !- AUTO SALVAGE I and Industrial
Jacksonville, easy to reach.In two weeks with his un 10. Mrs. Office
hear September Hancock
FIGHT BU6S We are sorry to on
fact thousands of folks cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs is ill Mernlva Holmes is convalescing Equipment
Mrs. W. E. Lowery
from all parts of Florida Pitt Neiwsome. Sunday guest at hornet Members and Cherry'sGainesville's EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized
and Georgia have alreadjr of t'he Nerwsomes were Mi the Bradford County rememberher BRASINGTON
asked to
gotten In the Regency and Mrs. Troy Newsome and pital. We wish her a friends with are cards and visitations. Santa Fe Tractor, Most Faahionabl V

Square shopping habit Mr. and) Mrs. Bill Newsomi recovery. MOUNT ZION AME Church. CADILLAC-OLD9MOBILEIno. Address For Ladies Dealer
since it opened last spr 4%. TheBrooker I'
of Linden. Sunday School JO a. In. Morn- v Inc. DRE8SE3SUITS! !!
Congratulations to Mr. and< Church was very Clary-Vleto.-TotallJa
11 Evening
It's bTg beautiful and makes Mrs. Lee Flakes on the arrival to have Madeline Smith Service Ing Worship, 630.; -Rev.;S. J. Mc- SALES A SERVICE FORD Adding :Machine, CalculatorSSALTSSERVIE.RTALS

shopping a pleasant experience Saturday, Aug.: 19, Tennessee for a full
of a son, FIDe Aelectlon of Used Oar V
Knight pastor.PLEASANT 7 W. University, GainesviiiMEN'S
and well worth the instruction in Music. !
In Alachua General Hospital GROVE Meth- Taken On CadUIaa Trade Farm i Tractors ft Implement
short drive to Jacksonville.ol Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby an classes were well odist Church, Rev. H. P, Hud. Ford Industrial equipment SAVE TIME DUxra' yoo
Regency Square is one the maternal. great-grandpar and we extend our Church School, 10a. 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 USED EQUIPMENT
mallsin son pastor. WEARL
the few shopping Miss Smith. requirement with n* first
the nation that offers four I II ents.Miss Debbie Faulkner I la Mrs. Mattie Davis of m. 'with. Supt. Leo DeSuo! PHONE S78-5301 SALES PART SERVICE B28 N. Main St. 0&IDM"l1D.

major department storesFurchgott's spending this week In Jackson ham, spent several days in charge. BAPTIST PICK UP & DELIVERY; Phone 376-0001

Cohens and, Ivey's J. C., Penneys.In May- I I ;I ville with her uncle and aunt, week with Mrs. Pearl Church.EBBNEZ1CR: Sunday School, 10 a. 4483 N.W. Sixth tialneavilU & L Men's Shot
addition, there are Mr. and Mrs. Wi n>r Hicks. key. Visiting Mrs. with Deacon Brooks in _Phone 37B-254S
Rudy Sapp enter tame Mrs. W. A. 0 Florshelm Shoes- PAINT & GLASSLiddell
,of other stores, shops charge. Prayer Meeting
services that provide dozens/BUG-PROOFY0uR HOME with a birthday supper lasFriday fa-' and son. Ray of Mobile, Thursday night at 7:30.: Choir GARDEN SUIPL1 g S Peso Plum Suits
/ her Paint &
complete variety of night honoring Mrs. Stanley Green No. 1 will rehearse each Tues. ,
chandise to fit I her' Lloyd Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blgham were day night at 7:30.: t .. Ladies Sports Wear

budget and five delicious& Mrs.lonvllle Elwood were Padgett among the of Jack out. iting Jacksonville relatives and MOUNT MO1UAH. :Methodist Authorized Sales A Service Johnson&Paris;Inc. Arrow Dress Shirts Glass Co.

eating spots.Vou' in Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson' 608 K. University Galnssvllle
I of-town guests. Padgetl V Mrs. Loyle Douglas pastor Church School at 9:30: Phone $72-4201 Complete lAne ofSEEDSi..PLANTS 13 W. University, Galnesvllb KTANIZK: PAINTS
'Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gene Essie ..
find World Bazaar. week son a. m. with Rev. Mra. Glass-Mirror Sliding
F. W. Woolworth, Walsh Shoe : of Gainesville spent the and sis and Joe Green were Holland i In charge, assisted b>' Crane's Imports I.ecUoides-1'et SuppliesFERTILIZERS t Enolosnrev-Shower Door

Repair, Walgreens, The : end with his brother and Mrs relatives and sightseeing Miss Frankie'Lee Jackson and MOBILE HOMES -Wlndow-Awntag-C$.

Vogue, Underwood Jewelers, ter-in-law, Mr. St. Augustine Thursday. Miss Carolyn. Taylor. Volvo (Mereedes-Bea, ) WallpaperStorefrontConsultation..
Thom MeAn Spencer Gifts GUS ROACHES FOR SIX MONTH Lloyd Padgett.Joe to his Recent visitors of M,'. NEW BETHEL BaptisC 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader' I '

Size 5-7-9 Shops SingerCo. GUARANTEEDRIDABUG Sapp returned Sunday Mrs. L. L. Dyal were: Church, Rev. A. Vlnson pastor. FIAT-IULLMAN 224 N.W. 8th Ave. 116 N.W. Sixteenth St. V
., Scot Ties, Schwobil, home In Jacksonville wtft' and Mrs. J. B. Harrison I Sunday School 10 a. m. with MUSTANG GAINESVILLE 372-8191
two weeks 2201 N. Main Gainesville
Russell Stover Candies. after spending family of New Cream Anthony DeSue in charge. PHONE S72-4M7

Rosenblum's, Riverside the National Guard at Camp( Mr and Mrs. Arthur Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Phone 372-4373 Gainesville, 87*. Mobile Hornet, Inc

Camera Red Carpet I Im Blanding. of of Sarasota and Mr. and Evening Service, 9:30.: Tribes SEWING MACHINES
Radio Shack Piccadilly Mica Beverly Kggers Maurice Dyal of Del will terminate Sunday, Oal-Ute' Discount Mobil

Cafeteria O'Neill's Card & Jacksonville is spending this.:, Beach. ? Day Sept. 10. All Tribe Leaders are] Beauty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE Home Sates Lot.
Candle Shop, Nice week with grandparents National Sewing
Norman Little Debbie and asked to see members of your Purchase discount on ntir<
House&: of Music. d. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. their'
Sorrells of tribe and Inform them of chain guarantee hnge aavlnl'8.NEW .,
Mrs. Rudy Sapp '
I aunt
and her
this a POWELL'S Machine Co. m\
Shermfti granddaughters of Mr. responsibility in making :.
And also National Shirts! Mr forspeakers' -
use Watch the paper
or Mrs. L. L. Dyal success.
Nancy Scott Motherhood cro b3' and! chlldlren You are in- PACEMAKER I New Home, Pfaff. Neloo
of their names. Beauty Academy
with ,
Sunday din home parents GLASS CO. INC.
Maternity, Merle Norman Gainesville were attend fhis' activity. .. Universal Sewing Machine
to .
Harold. vlted Used :Mobile Home Low
> the and) Mrs. -
of his parents.
Opti- ner guests BAPTIST Church, Bale A Service
ANTIOOH Learn a Profession la Tour
clans. Matador, Lillie Rubfrt.Levy's O. K. Crosbys and his grand Jacksonville Sunday Sunday "KVERYTinNQ IN GLASS' Priced. With approved creditlow New Unit Ii
Nearly $ monthly
Rev. Thomas pastor. Spar Tims. Full or Part Time
ipray.r.- Johns. spending the week with as $100 down.
Lerner Shops, Larry'sShoes children. Mrs. J. L. m. with Willie, I
Kinney Shoes. Kay Rev. and Mrs. C. A. CrosbY Dyals. School, 10 a. Worship DAY EVENING CLASSESLow Store Fionta > Mirror Budget Term Available
Morning : 4320 N.W. 13th St. 441 North
Jewelers. Halpern's French RID-A-BUG kills roaches, and grandson Cyril Parrlsh or! Paul Emory Jr. was Brown in. charge. ServIce Window Sliding Glass

Novelty Country Shop. mosquito, iilverfUh and all Linden made several pop calli bred! on his blrthdayi/ .' 11 a. m. Evening by the I Tuition Terms Doors Tub Enclosure Gainesville 378-1544 811. W. Untvemlty, GalnesvUI

Florsheim Shoes, Flair household crawling Insect, Tuesday. day night! with a family 7 p. m. Message 219 N.W. 10th Ave. CALL COLLECT) 378-1300 .
here will .
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Fabrics, Fidelity Federal, and leaves a residual film Well boys and girls. It won't ner at the home of his pastor. Choli rel GainesvIlle 378-3764:
Elson's Books, Cosmopolitan continue to kill for 6-8 monthsRIDABUG schoo
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Travel Service, Colonial I Is available at your bells will 'be ringing. Sept. Iis C 1 TILES & PAINT

Stores, Castro Convertibles, Hardwar.,, Garden Supply. the date: All parents ol I C. Jones Funeral Home CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS
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and Atlantic Loaa Co. Groc.ry Store first grade are urged to: have I STARKE PHONE 964-6200 Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt
medical: INSIST THAT ALL YOUB <. Long' Distance Moving Floor Product
AIT of this makes Regency RID-A-BUG & RUST CURE their pre-school & Glazing Co. Inc. .
will Local
check-up before then. It KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Dra8&88&orace
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333 N. Temple Street one S. Mals1JtMlGAlNESVD..I..E"
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,Ix US 1 AT STATE U M Brooklyn Supply house Lawtey Junior High School LIQUORS ELECTRIC Lipham Music Co. INC. 1\\ <

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Keystone Height 100 Lumber" 30.through .. Fri. & Sat. flights Motor Repair Co. Erection of GabwcvOle' Shopping Ctr. STEAMSHIP,!
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FROM STAKKE In Lake Geneva p. loin!.! Car Rental!
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Jacksonville take 1-93 IF NO DEALER IN YOUR able. L Wednesday Nights New and Used Steel Products Co. No Chary For Oar Servto

North, exit on Alt. U. S. AREA CONTACT :LV Discount Prices on Package Good* WORE GUARANTEED Baldwin Pianos Organ Weekday 8:30: to 0:00:

] and follow signs to KENCO CHEMICAL: &: MFG. Adjustable Vinyl Book III I N.W.JSrd Blvd..GabMsvOle. Guitars. Gibson Goya St,9toLL .
Drams University AT
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beaches about 7 miles. CO., INC.6246: Covers All sizes 30 cents ea One Mile North ef Waldo, U. S. 301 Phone 372-83H 11S- S81 JTeuder Standard Amplifier Galnesvlll 378-1001

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