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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 31, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Casey Optimistic


Bradford SCHOOL TO OPEN Country Clubimprovements



Youth Dies r


r NEXT TUESDAYDespite To


From Shot
9 the uncertain status of scheduled public

school openings around the State Bradford County

The Putnam County schools will swing open the doors as planned next

Sheriff's office is conduct- Ar' Tuesday;; Cost $60,000
"Things look real good for -
ing an investigation into
opening day," said. School Supt
the death of a Bradford Tom Casey, In reviewing the and toe BHS "A" building

County youth, Lester last minute situation Wednes denovatlon< but the superintendent

Richard Fippw, 17, who .atibA day.Beset expressed optimism se
Y by a hectic construction that they will be ready for } Drainage
died Tuesday in the J. Millie rr and renovation program students on Tuesday.

Miller Medical Center, which has kept him guessing Local effects of FEA sanctions -

Gainesville. most of the summer, Casey are obvious, however, as //s Main
Putnam County of1cel'S' reported that It finally appears the county Is still eight teach- N 71f

said that Fipps received a 23 .e .11w t W certain that all facilities will ers short of a full complement

calibre pistol wound In the will be ready for classes exceptthe Still needed are: two. teachers ProblemEngineers

head about 8 p. m.oat his new Hampton Elementary atf Southflida Elementary; a
home near Palatka. The school Work completion schedules county speech therapist, a
remain extremely tight science and a business educa-
pistol was found under theyouth's ry will probably
tion Instructor at BUS, librarian -
for both Brooker Junior High a
body, and Indk atlons
have final
at BHS, and a vocational approval by
are that the wound was slef-
Inflicted officers. said. guidance counselor for Monday to ask for bids on
the new area vocationaltechnical over $60,000 in improvements

An autopsy was conductedhere Peeping TomIs school.
Wednesday afternoon. i it4 and new construc-
firm registration
Although
but a report of findings: has -- --------- NabbedIn figures were not yet available, tion at the Starke Golf

not been had made. Bring 'Em Back AliveThe the. superintendent Indicated and County Club to be financed
Flpps lived for the
StarkeTwo that about the same numberof with a $142,000 U.
past" several months at Bar- .-
den a small community about 19(17( Labor Day weekend hits been prurlirlmeil .a county students schools will as be last enrolledin year. t4 P 'S. government Farm Home

:seven miles northwest of "Starke Bring 'Em Back Alive" campaign by Mayor Curl "Peeping Toms", Negro Casey pointed out that the r Administration loan.

Palatka. He was employedby Hurst shown above penning his name to the proclamation as boys aged 13 and 14, have 'been enrollment of several schools ? s't Board of Directors of the

Roberts Dairy. AdMt.. Police Ken Fuqua looks on. The "Bring 'I-lni Back arrested by Sftirke police after will fluctuate this year, as a sac.c. Club met with their consulting
Fipps sass 'torn In Brad- one was caught looking Into result of the redistribution of engineer, Harris H. Green of
In Florida the Fourthof
Alive" Instituted
ford County on March 28 campaign man over the window of a home on about 150: Negro students from Gainesville, Monday to go over

1950. tie Is survived by his July weekend by the American Automobile Association, the north Cherry Street. roE! 'School who have c- final plans for the seven pro-

parents, Mr. and Mr*. Virgil Florida Development Commission and Florida' Gov. ClaudeR. Police Chief Bill Rosser said erclsed the "freedom of choice" Jests at the county club and

Flpps of Lester' Johns RoadIn Kirk and Is credited with making Florida the safest state numerous complaints from the option to attend other county assign priorities to them. First
western Bradford County: area of north Church and schools. priority was given to improving \ -
In the nation over the Big Fourth.
three brothers Johnny. Irving Cherry Streets have ,been re- [Continued On Page Two drainage of the 9-hole
-. and William Plpps; Gov. Kirk has again Initiated the "Bring 'Km Bark Alive"program ceived for the past several course an irrigation and

three sisters, M1'fIo. Rosa Lee beginning Friday Sept. 1, through Monday, Sept. 4. months. As a result a stakeout ', sprinkler system, and a well

Yarbrough, and Miss.. Cathy. Twenty-five persons died In Florida automobile accidents. manned by Patrolman Girls Found and pump costing a total oC.
tonttnu rm Pia.y.. ->1 Jimmy Bowen, was made at 42300.
over tile 78-hour Labor Day Holiday of I960 and 15 of those --- ------- ----- ---- -- '-- '-
Half of the FHA loan HO..
the home of Mrs. Fede Strick-
After 2-Hour Starke Golf and Club Board Members look
drivers were within 25 mile. of home. Seven person were land. 412 North Cherry St., Country over 000 will go to retire bond

Local Teachers pedestrian and /seven were killed In a single accident wJ cJ. Tuesday night. plans of the 9-hoIe course In an attempt to understand how outstanding on the Club," and,,

occurred while the car ran a stop sign. The officer had been there Search In DarkTwo Gainesville Engineer: Harrltt Gn'pnVIII attempt to Improve the $7.100 of the loon must be

May Discuss but a few minutes when the drainage with part of !the $112,000 FIIA loon on which the held to pay the first year's in-

13-year-old youth appeared girls aged 14 and 18, Club has received final approval. terest. In addition, engineer'sfees

Resignations Whitney Beale Read III'New sneaking through the shrubbery on Bunland Training Cen- are expected to total
around on
$3,600 depending
eventat ,
toward the house. When ter weekend camping{
the officer waited until the Crystal Lake were foundIn final bid prices.
...... Edu .. Absentees Now 'Other set a cart
t -.Drurjford Hocfation scheduled Filed l"- shed estimated to aost 3,760,
meeting was Charge
broke missingfor
called to the youth who tor today (Thursday), at and a $3,140 equipment shed.
and ran.Bowen. two-ihours. Sunday night,
which local teachers were to Vote Tobe! constructed (If funds
fired his pistol In Aug. 20, according So Brad Sept. 12 City
poHHibly! dlsrttss handing in permit are partition divider
Hlfrivd' resignations, accordingto Against Del endent the air In an attempt to get ford Deputy Sheriff Ashley In the clubhouse ballroom. $2.-
to but! lost him
the youth stop Brown.
President Richard Jockcl. 200; two tennis courts, $0,120:
in the area of the Health About 30 volunteers from
The meeting! / wan scheduled' t Seen 1,700 parkIng lot Improvement:!
Clinic. The Negro youth was Clay Electric, Clay CountySheriff's Drawing
for 1-13: p.m. It was set! up Additional charges of disturbing the peace and dis- recognized, however, and was Department":, the costing $3,500, and a screened
for the shop, $1,600.
at patio
a BF.A Board meeting 'pro
Wednesday, Aug. 30. at which orderly conduct have been filed against Whitney Beale arrested l later Tuesday nightat !Keystone Fire Department The directors went over the
time the Board declared the Read III of Silver Lake as a result of a disturbance reported his home In Reno by Patrolman and Keystone Civil Defense Eeween 1,600 and 1,700 Starke voters are expectedto plans presented by Green and

possible action is not to beCiken to the Bradford Sheriff's Department the night Willie Searcy. The youth, Director Ray Chance Joinedthe go to the polls Tuesday, Sept. 12, to vote on two turned. final approval of them

against/ the Bradford of July 12 who had 'been wearing tan search for the two girls city council seats and a chief of police. over to a three-man committee. -
cotton pants and a red shirt, who from their Jewett
County School Board or Superintendent ran' away Charles Sawyer,
The new charges were filed had changed his clothes! ,' but Crystal Lake. City Clerk Merrill Edwards
at
Camp The commltt'ee
Tom group Fogg and Bill Epps. -
Casey
Instead the BKA Board ed the Sheriff's Department Park filed a $40,000 damagesuit the officer recovered them White clothes worn )ty the who gained his offices with- the pot for the Group 5 Is to study the planned

members stressed, the teacher August 23 by Robert R. Ro- against Sheriff P. D. from the home. girls aided the search, how- out opposition this time, made seat, open for a one-year improvements further and give
Ran, Read's neighbor who oall- Reddish andl Deputy) Dolph the estimate Wednesday. Edwards term. They are: W. H. tBllly]
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arc acting!: In protest of Reddish, as the sheriff's agent Upon questioning tho : ever, In the darkness Dogs the okay by Monday to the
Gov. Claude. Kirk and members to the scene. yeiir-old youth Implicated the were brought In to track the is unually right on the Koegel, a Starke automobile engineers to call for bids.
result of actions allegedIn
Read was arrested the nightof as a on his election predic- dealer and a former city:
of the Florida Legislature 14-year-old f end he waif also girls too. money Drainage of the course was
July 12 by Deputy Sheriff the July 12 arres The tions. councilmen P. T. NoUn 53
who sustained Gov. Kirk', arrested. Both are now being The Bradford Sheriff's De- ; the Item the Board memberswere
suit asks damagesfor
veto of vital! education funds Dolph Reddish who answered: $20,000 held In the county jail undercharges partment received a letter The number he predicts for a retired Bradford scnool admInistrator most concerned about and

and the governor's policies on Rogan's call. The deputy arrested Read saying ne was as- of disturbing the from Richard S. Fox Jr., assistant the 12th Is about 500\ above entering politics the point was continually madeto
saulted and beaten by Deputy
"dupatlon. Read for voluntary Intoxication peace. superintendent at the usual 50 per cent that for the first time and W. E. the engineer., Green would

It was also stated that the and a second Reddish and $20,000 more Police were still getting culls Sunland expressing appreciation turns out for most city elec- IBilll( Owen. 43. dry-mill operator not cvmmlt his program o.a
BEJA Board Is backing the charge of violently resisting on a claim that Reid was Wednesduy night, however, ,for Deputy Brown's tions. The clerk Is counting for duPont, also run 100 per cent solution of the

stand currently being taken ,by arresting, a felony.On wrongfully detained
the Florida Education Associa July 26 Read's attorney, and that he was assaulted. ) on continuing the investigation. Is expected to be a hot race The Group S post became but said the $10,000 Item will

tion. Ralph Thomas of Orange (Continued on Page Two) for chief of police between open when Councilman Carl substantially! help. :He will do
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n (In some
Chief Bill Rosser and new- Hurst was appointed mayor.It extensive grading
comer: Bobby Biggs.In has been filled by Merritt areas and was told by the

By Judge Murphree his opening statement Williams, but the councilman Board to do as much re-

last week Biggs made several decided not to run for the grading, which will destroy the
turf as necessary. Most area
statements concerning conduct -
of policemen patrollingthe seat.Like Councilman MoRse, requiring extensive regradlnfj

Trial streets, checking doors at Mayor Carl Hurst And City should only cause a minimum
5 Timber Firms Denied New disruption of playing, how
night or. foot., and Rosser placing, taktns pauolmen the Clerk opposition.Merrill Edwards had no ever. -

statements as a pot hot at

Motion for a new trial was 23, in a Gainesville hearing and ordered the firms to pay 1, 1969, subject? to a motion willing seller-willing !buyer his deparment, has been'busy Hampton Palatka Youths "
denied five Bradford timberland before Circuit Judge John A. the county's court costs. filed to that effect by Yawn. method of terming the value this week lining up appearances

owners Wednesday, Aug. H. Murphree.The After Judge. .Murphree's decree Attorneys present at the of property the same argu- at civic club n.cetlngs Slate Full Charged With
motions were filed by was announced, Bradford hearing for the 'timber firms ment he used during the trial. to explain his position Cutting LinesTwo

the five owners after Judge County attorney T. A. Yawn. were Edward McCarthy, Con As he had stated in his decree About 200 new voters have

Band Parents Murphree ruled on July 29 they requested the plaintiffs fa pay tainer; Charles Commander, after the trial Judge registered for the election, 53 For ElectionA

must pay taxes at the rate of their back taxes, plus Interestat Rayonler; John Kerrigan, Gil- !Murphree said after the hear on last Saturday, AUK 20. Palatka youths were

$78 per acre as'assessed by six per cent ilnce April 1, man Paper; and John Norris, ing that a refinement of the alone. The new registrant' full !slate of candidate' bound over to Putnam County

MeetingTues. Tax Assessor Gene Long. The 1966 or the lands would be Owens-Illinois and Blocker. classification of tlmberlands Is run the qualified electors to ha* qualified o for the Hampton Circuit Court Monday on

decision came six months after processed for the taxes. After the hearing McCarthy made for future assessments. around 2.500 Clerk Edwaids. City Election on September charges of, maliciously cutting -
., Sept. 5 a four-day trial In January Proceedings were started by said container 'Will appeal Absentees voting at 2 p. m. 12. '

8:00 P.M. when County Judge T.A. Yawn Tax Collector Kelly but? thte Judge Murphree's decision to Monday' and will contl.iue Until Four candidates have qualified power lines bclonjing: : to

: successfully defended the coun- hearing last Wednesday, Aug. a higher court. Berry Co-op 5 p. m. Tuesday, Sept, 11, for the three upcoming Clay Electric Cooperative. of

In The Band Hall ty's! position. 23, delayed them after one The Container attorney also day before the election. vacancies on the City.Council Keystone Heights.
Denial of the motion sets firm Container Corporation, Indicated hU firm may not pay Meet Set Besides a police chlet, voters Including Incumbents Don One of _the pair, James
up an appeal to a higher court announced they would pay their '65 times as Containerhad will also elect two mem-
All Band Parents UrgedTo Hill and F. P. lA>tt. and newcomers Green, Is believed. to, have
for the owners Container within 10 previously notified Tax
days. bers of their city council for R. J. Williams and
Attend. Corp, Rayonlcr, Owens-Illinois, After denying the new trial Collector Kelly, but instead For FridayMembers the next two years Incum- Wesley Griffin. In qualifying. received 7,200 volts' of electricity
Gilman and Nelson also I acted 'bond with from cut utility line
Paper Judge !Murphree on post a supersedeas bent Councilman Jimmy Mc- Griffin announced that he a
Blocker whose attorneys the following points\ : the court which would prevent of the Bradford Rae having been handed a was seeking the one-ynr!. on- near Rice Creek west of
presented evidence last Jan Issued 10-day stay or- Kelly from advertising the will
a Strawberry Cooperative free pass. expired term of Leoston For- .Highway 17 and north of Pa
This Space Contributed uary to show! their 73,000 acres der prohibiting the Bradfordtax lands until the appeal Is made. Sept. 1 .t 8 p.
,
meet Friday, Three candidates. are vlelnff syth, who resigned In June latka.
of Bradford timberland Is collector from proceedingwith Attorneys: for the other four Defense
to Publicize m. in the Civil for the Group 4 seat now held moving Hampton.
Weekly upon from
worth $45 per acre based on advertising the lands for firms said no decision has as Fairgroundsto The incident la t td..Wban
building at the Johns, a J.T Alderman
their of net Income firms been made to whetherto by Chairman Ruby Mayor T. baa
capitalization ale pending the timber yet as occurred August 9v, Juat!
Community Events by final adoption of veteran who la retiring candloate to
consider 12-year qualified as a
method of assessment. either paying the back taxes appeal.In five days before It became a
Judge :Murphree denied the arguing before Judge Mur- by-laws and a marketing from city politics. The succeed himself, and City '
covering three are veteran City Councilman Clerk Mary D. Brown ll also felony In Florida. to cut utuV
The plaintiffs claims that Long's phree at the hearing on the agreement for the newly
CommunityState assessments were discrimina- litigation Is settled. motion for a new trial, the organization. Swell Lawson 59, who seeking re-election. Both are Ity lines. The boys' b 'tht'19

tory and illegal but did order Allowed the defense's request plaintiffs' attorneys based their chartered attended sat out the last two years for one yearterms.The years old entered pleas.} of

Bank the assessor to refine his timberland that the plaintiffs be assessed contention largely on the capi- The meeting will he after an unsuccessful! for police two holdover councilmen not guilty : \.:L
Values Into categories $4,780 incurred by Brad- talized net income method of by W. T. Menasco, chief Gerald WJllams, are Richard Keyes and
Several incidents: of? utility
Accounts now Insured other than pine and nonpine.The ford County in employing JohnE. assessment as they had in the marketing 'specialist with the Independent Telephone em- Charles Williamson. been:
July 29 decision handed Hudson expert witness for January trial, and the need tor State Department of Agriculture ployee entering politics for Incumbent Marshal Y. line cutting have reported -
up to $15,000 by down by> the judge ordered the the county on timberlands, and better classification of timber- who has assisted In the first tune, and A. O. [IArtl] City In the Starke' area
five timber firms to pay 1969 also ruled that the plaintiffspay lands. : Loudon retired Clay Electric L. Klrchalne had not qualified during the past )year Tim
Federal Deposit Insur- taxes getting the grower cooperative who has made one for re-election by Wed
totaling $64,000 plus interest register of court fees.Puled .- Judge Yawn argued for the engineer copper wire la sold on thescrap
lifted injunctions! pro- that Bradford County /- defense that the most Important here organized and attempt for. a council teat. nesday. The deadline was :
Corp. market After U L 1 cutou .
ance
hibiting Tax: Collector J. R. will be entitled to Interest factor was comparable chartered.,, Three names are also: In noon Thursday,' Aug." 31.
Kelly from selling the lands. on tha unpaid taxes from AprU alen, arrived at through the officials say. _







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Mr. and Mrs>> George W. New Charges Filed I i peering or unexperienced driver I mauazlne Is the fh1"ever. I Starke Is "rapidly becomia,

Brown and Mrs. Norman faces the very real danger: Magazine Cites devoted strictly to the sportof I a hub of slow-pitch [10!
RIgdon and children were I in Against Defendant ,.it a serious accident-.because softball. according to ball] action" in Florida

Redkey Ind. last week visiting >t a hazardous wet-weather: Softball ProgramA Starke Recreation Director:I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph [Continued From" Page One}
'ondltlons of U.s. 301. Gene Ray burn. The magazine' I Recent Birth

Brown. the way to jail. It! waa because of this concern full page feature with cites the "successful" softball I.
Mr. and Mrs. waiter HarVey
Atlanta) Read is free now under that ( recently experimented several pictures on the program at Starke. It credits Mr. and Mrs. Russell g
of Oa.
Mr.
and
$3.000 bond for the July 1 2 with my own car (a. Starke Invitational the softball Mayor Carl Hurst wnose picture Raulerson of Tallahassee an
and Mrs. Johns and
GLADYS MOOi'YPhone Tommy' charges by Deputy Reddish high-performance sports car,' tournament recently is shown as he presented nounce the birth of

9G4-760S the family weekend of Macclenny with. their spent Bond was set at $300 on the equipped with European wet sponsored'by the Starke Recreation trophies to the wlnnlg August 25 In the Tal'.ahassee:
par- new charges\ flied weather racing: tires) during a Ra.vburn. Hospital.
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. by Rogan' Department: appeared teams Director Memorial Paternal
Albert Kruse of Miami wasa Mr and Mrs. Eldca :Mathews : Riteh. last Friday." The new cnarges 1 I heavy; rain-to what" determine at' in the summer edition of and Assistant'! Dir. Randal grapdmother Is Mrs. J-iamta,
roughly speed
Thursday: to Sunday\ vlsitoi and son. Bo. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith will come up at the S,.pt 28 would occur. I found aquaplaning four- "Softball Illustrated\ pub- DavIs. I Raulerson of Klngsley Lake

Of Mr and Mrs. R. R. ChL Mr. and Mrs. R. R. An- son of Clarksville Tenn. were visiting her parents Mr. Court.A Starke and the Alachua Coun- The nationally) distributed JtI

drews have had as :quests: spent the past ten days in and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins on preliminary hearing was I ty line where my car would
Lucian Thomas of Fort r.l-, Montreal Canada and Expo Sunday.Mr. held on the charges against begin to aquaplane at speeds ,
rom to .1"nrII1.and '67. Mrs. Parson is I Read by Deputy Reddish and 1 1of
a's Friday remaining and Mrs. Dan Harley YN approximately 63: to 68 mph.
Mr and Mrs. Steve Kel- In Montreal and the defendant:! was bound
with her Miss Dorothy Alvarez I One particular puddle, locatedat
ley of Jacksonville Sun- who football : over to Circuit Court by County I Believe Our Government Can
on husband is a pro returned Wednesday of last the Inside edge of the road-
day.Mr. player with the Al"nettes week from '4 two weeks vac- Judge T. A. Yawn.A way i near the scene of the

and Mrs. Levon An- team. ation. While away they vis- motion to dismiss the McGee accident), produced a And Should Be Conducted On An
drews and! family and Mr Slit. Jerry Lawson of Eglin ited relatives in Texas. charges voluntary Intoxication violent sideward pull on the

and :Mrs.! T. J. Andrews end AFB Fort Walton was home Mrs. W. E Middleton was and violently rellistingarrl '1 ndr car, toward the center median Adhering
family of Wllllston! have returned for the weekend.Mr. visiting her sister Mrs. Mae !' t. is now before the strip at a speed of only 60 Economically Sound Basis x

from a two weeks and Mrs F. H. Kramer Jones, in Jacksonville last court Depositions are also I Imph. I
vacation in Washington' D have returned from sixweeks Wednesday and Thursday.Mr being taken in preparationfor Aa I I can safely add these To A Code Of Ethics That
C and the Smoky Mourlulns with their soninlawand and Mrs. X. M. Smith a hearing on the cult in 1 speeds would have been somewhat -

Mr. and Mrs J. W. Rltch daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and family were vacationingIn Circuit Court.School I reduced had my tires Would Guarantee Each Elected

recently visited Rev. and Tnhn Patterson and relatives the Smoky Mountains the 1 been of a i iventlonol variety, I

Mrs. John Brabham at Davie. and friends in Beaver Falls, past two weeks. To Open or had the treads been appreciably Official The Respect Of The

Mr and Mrs. L. A. Weeklyof Pa.Mike Local admittances to Brad- Next Tuesday Marion Kay Mann worn. Oi''J

Ocala were Tuesday visit- Sease of Hazelwood!) ford County Hospital the I don't really anticipate that fice.
ors of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. N. C is visiting Bud Lawsonfor past week Include: Mrs. Tru- [Continued From Page Onel Weds Mr. Santi my letter will produce any response -

Hayes.Mr. several days. Bud Will. return die Hodges Mrs. Dorothy or subsequent actionon
and Mrs. Bradford Lo North Carolina with Llzenbee, Mrs. Natherlena Casey added that school Miss Marlon Kaye Mann, the part of the rate or
Locke and! children of Tampa Mike where he is employedIn Brown, Mrs. Clara Mae Grlffls will remain unchanged from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. county road departments to

are visiting her mother Marion, N. C. I Marvin L. Lawson, Mrs. last year. School cafeteria Marlon W. Mann, of Ocala, eliminate the cause of poor Good Government Based On Cooperation Yet Conceding -
Shellle Oerl, this week. lunches will 'be served at the and Robert Mark Sautl. son ,
frs Mark Hamilton and John Maxine Starling, Titus Olson drainage which has createdthe
Mrs. :earl: Edward, Mrs. Harold Andrews spent the Zennas Tetstone Ray- same price ((30 cent! for ele- of Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. described hazard but
:nrrl Pitch and Mrs. M. R. weekend touring Tennessee mond Guertln, Mrs. Rebecca mentary, and 39 cents for Santi), also of Ocala were hopefully a few motorists will Anyone The Right To Disagree With Impunity.
d and daughter. Suzanne Mrs. Irene grades thru 12)) as last year. married on July 22 in Bless-
North Carolina, end Georgia. Nettles, and have become aware of the danger -
ud Mr. and Mrs. T. E Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes Brooks, all of Stark Mrs.. Bradford Senior High Stu- ed Ocala)Trinity Catholic Church, and will drive !with extreme I Promise I Will Treat Your Vote As A Trust Not A
in Valdosta, Ga. on were visiting Mr. and Mrs Evelyn Owenbey of Keystone dents will meet in thf audi-: caution, and at reduced ,
,nt J don! A. M. Thomas in Palmettoover Heights; and Mrs. Bertha torium at 8:20: Tuesday! Father Eugene Schmitz speed In, tnls
a and Mrs. Charley E. the weekend! Payne of Melrose. I. morning and Junior High performed the ceremony before weather. area during wet Deed To City Hall.

are home for a few Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. E. L Mat- students will meet in the an altar of white gladioli -

from theirlummer Thomas' were in East Palatkaon thews attended the Craig-, gym. and yellow chrysanthemums. Sincerely,

me In Olenvllle) N. C. Sunday visiting Mrs. McKey wedding at the I The. bride Is the grand' Dave O. von Houuer A. G. (Art) LOUDON JR.
Tue:, were in Tampa on Kathleen Goethe.Mr. Church of Good!'! Sheppard in Bradford Youth ,
I daughter of Mrs. Lester Johs
business last Thursday. and Mrs. E. P. Renner Jacksonville Saturday night. I
L A. Peacock an1! daughter -' have moved to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Dies From ''of Starke and the late Mrs. Vote for Ewell LawHon COUNCILMAN-GROUP FOUR

of Miami are Tuesday to' her mother, the late Mrs. A. Burdeshaw and family, and Gun Battle Johns. She is also the granddaughter I I '4"
Thursday visitors of Mr. and F." Sauls 633 McMahon. John William of Okeechobeewere of the late :Mr. and I

Mrs. I.. D. Green and fam Street weekend guests of Rev. [Continued From Page Onel Mrs. M. W. Mann. I
For her the
bride
fly Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale.) wedding
Mrs. Robert E. Tanner of Johnson spent the weekend Glen) Reddish and Miss Mae Flppe. and Mrs. Ylrgie chose a formal gown of white
Baldwin was visiting her with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Linda Lawrence of Green- Mae Drawdy of Brook*r. embossed ejelet, with n controlled BALDWIN i CHEVROLET

sister, Mrs. J. H. Fields, last Brummett in Jacksonville.! wood, S. C. will spend the Funeral services were held:! chapel train cascading -
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey weekend with Sheriff and at 3 p. m. Thursday: in the from the back wai.tllne.

Mr. 'and Mrs. J. W. Mullln and sons of Fort M ers are Mrs. P. D. Reddish. Pine Level Baptist Church Her fingertip veil of illusion

: of Columbus.) Oa. were week- visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. 1.. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Patz with Rev. Donald Ramsey was attached to a pill box of
.., end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Casey this week. and family visited Treasure Dedan Cemetery near Brook- self material and she carrieda End Of The Year
officiating. Interment in puff of white daisy chry-
W F. Glenn. I Attending the National Island and Busch Gardens was
:. Mrs. C. D. Williams has American Correctional) Association last Thursday and Friday.' er with DeWitt C. Jones santhmums and lilies of the

returned from three weeks convention at North Lynwood, Walters of Trav- Funeral Home In charge of valley.

visit with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miami: Beach last Sunday to elers Rest, S. C. will) arrive arrangements.The Following the ceremony, a I
Clark in ,Eau Gallle. j Thursday were DeWitt Sin- this weekend for two weeks reception was held In the
parish house of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal- clalr, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. vacation before enteur.g the
\ ing; of Fort Walton Beach Turner, Mr and Mrs. D. E. Seminary at Wake Forest, N. The couple will reside In
Ocala: where Mrs. Santi is a
and Mrs. Billy Dealing and! Nettles Mr. and Mrs J. W. C. CL1CEOR
case worker for the State
sons of Jacksonville were last Rltch, Mr. and> Mrs. James> Mrs. W. E. Bullarl and Welfare ''r

r. Friday visitors of Mr: and Reddish, J. D. Seymour,j I daughters, Ann and Judy, of Santi Department. Mr.'
is employed! In the
:: Mrs. I* D. Green and family. Donald Carter, Miss May Marietta, Ga. were Sundayto :
pathology department at the
W Mrs. Vernon Smucker has Parker Mrs. Louise Harden Tuesday visitors of Mrs.
C. P. Ward. "freak" auto accident University Hospital In Gain-
returned from a ten-day Mr. and Mrs. Oarrie Curlee.)
;. visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. John Tyre, Charles Ball, M. Mrs. Mack Williams and last Wednesday evening which esville. I

W Mathews Sr_ in Cordcle, B. Jordan, Sbanley Crawford son, Frank, and Mrs Harold left a Stake man, Fred McGee, ALL
r Ga. C. A. Wymer and Mr. and Godwin and children attended seriously injured was not the tors of tread depth, water ,I

Mr. and Mrs. Donald) C. Mrs. Ronald Davis. the funeral of Mrs. Wil first, and probably won't be depth and vehicle speed), but I
.. Walnwright and family were Mrs. Vincent Smith is a liams' Meter Mrs. R. L. Mc- the last accident of this typeto II: 1 I. a bit too Involved to pre- ,

.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer medical) patient in Riverside Qualg Sr., in Waycross, Oa. leave Its tragic mark on sent there. It would suffice to I
last Bradford County note that under New 1967 Chevrolet
McKnlght and family in Or- Hospital. Friday. some circumstances ,
: land over the week en". land Mr. and Mrs. G. O.: LOng Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hayesof I witnessed the McGee ac- especially when
.. also visited Daytona Beach. and granddaughter, Cindy' Oxford, N. C. spent the cident, and have seen several tire tread is worn, and the I
returned returned to their home inP'ol.t weekend with her mother, 'other similar mishaps involvIng wafer deep -- aquaplaning can
David
Longhat Mrs. cars "going out of controlin ) I occur a i* speed low :
Pierce on Saturday Clyde W. Colson. Mrs. as as 401,
wi2rthe !
from two weeks training
Colson: had a heavy downpour" on U.S. .or 50 mph! Cars And
V. S. Reserve Headquarters after a' week's visit with : a family reunionon TrucksThis
301 south of
the
city. I first came to understand
: Co. In Port Stewart Oa. Mrs. K. C. Long. Sunday which includedthe
On first consideration these
families of Mr. and Mrs.F. I and respect the dangers of
will!) to his studies
He return
H. Jenkins of Ocala, Mr.I I accidents may seem rather I aquaplonlng five years ago, I
:. a FSU in the Fall.!) I senseless the result of
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Vote for Ewell Lawson an when I became Interested !In.
and Mrs. N. K. Boynton of
unattentlve or drowsy driver", Is A Close-Out Of All New Cars And
.. Gainesville, Mr. and M's. Bo b I sports car racing. Prior to obI I
/ Hammond, Mr. and ::.Irs. T] or perhaps a mechanical fall- taming the necessary license
I
F. Colson, and Mr. and Mrs I. ure. After all, Isn't U.S. 301 t'o compete In sanctioned sportscar Trucks To Make Room Before The New
Bigger Savings ThanNASWORTHY'S i Robert E. Smith of Starke. a wide, modern relatively racing events (such as

I Mrs. John W. Grifflr straight four-lane highway Daytona and Sebring), I was''' 1968 Models Arrive In September. It's Your
with ?
good visibility
:.- of Ochlochnee) Ga. is visiting required to attend a series of i
Why else then would so
1
A three weekend-long drivers
her mother, Mrs. F. F
wr.. I Stump, until Friday. many motorists (five in the schools, conducted by profes- Once-A-Year Chance To
past six months) run right off
I '' sional racing drivers. These
Petty Officer 3'C Ponak l,
a straight section of four-lane I able Instructors
were quick to
I Thornton has
who :jurt re-
I=8UiaLIC: I turned from duty l'i th e Into?palm trees, posts or other define and demonstrate the
cars
risks of
Mediterranean, is Joining th e high-speed competition
r ; I Thornton and daughter al t dangerous It is my hazard contention which that few a hazards driving--and associated particularly those SAVE HUNDREDS
with wet-
Klngsley Lake for a 20-doj r
f lIJfi /
ft'- I leave. seem to recognize lurks on weather driving.All .

r I Barry Smith graduated 1 U.S. 301 south of Starke, ready students were thoroughly I
a.e -' to claim lives and property lectured on the subject of aqua
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from St. Johns River
; I Collegeon every time It rains! planing; watched movies prepared -
7 August 20 and is hi basic
,4 Q training at Fort Benntng, Oa. As a product of modern 'by tire manufacturers
II highway engineering, U.S. 301I and were required to pass astringent
; Sheryl Robertson of Tavares I
( speak particularly of thesection driving test on a wet
I was visiting Jeanie OF DOLLARS
Spears I NOWHURRY
= atU 1 between Starke and the race course.

. ... I'and last Mrs.week.Tommy Her parents Robertson, Mr,,, Alachua County line) has at I have since raced many)I

least one obvious flaw. That is times under wet weather conditions -
the
I joined B. H. Spears family -
I on Saturday. Incredibly poor drainage. Have -!In both drizzle and
I you noticed how the rain water downpour. Successfully (so far) ,
Jimmy Dowllng is in basic

wr- I Ga.training at Fort Banning, sometimes stands In 30 huge to 40 puddles feet long_, pleasure.The but never. with any great )I -- WHILE SELECTION IS TREMENDOUS AND TRADE-

and In places two )lanes wide? I
special
Mrs. W. B. ruooer compounds
Mundy and

I N HALF-PRICE I Tuesday.Mrs., Ga.Gun Sale from were, Saturday in Atlanta to- In puddles over a heavy an accumulate inch.downpour to a depthof these I sprung and tread tires, delicately designs, and balanced used the in stiffly suspension facIng -- /I, INS AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH .


When an automobile of
.. passes a race car fends
: Friends of Mrs. G. S. New-
through such a puddlevenat to reduce the perils of aquaplaning -
I comb will regret to hear of speeds below the maximum ,
but
--- never completely.The
:; FURNITURE SALE I the death of her mother, limit a phenomenon known danger Is always there.

I Mrs. H. P. Moye, of Orlando, as' aquaplaning (or hydroplanIng The laws of:: nature prevail.
.. I who was killed in 'an automobile Is likely to occur. Simply I will readily admit that the I

: r accident Monday stated, this Involves the total eerie, uncertain, feeling of,plan- '
You Can Count Your night while on a vacation
loss of traction between the Ing across a raln-sllckened
I' trip to Miami. Funeral ser- tires ad the road surface. It race course at high speed atlll )
'
:: Savings--No Guess vices were held Thursday result's when standing watt I.too \I. frightens me. I have only my I
morning. ; deep to through the
pass thorough training and experience ,
M As To Whether You I Mack L. Williams :and son tread grooves--which on a new to thank for the ability

Frank are on a week's: vacation premium grade tires are orm- to compete safety and suooess-//
Saved BIGSelections to Wilmington, Currle; ally only about 13-32 of an fully under such
L -- -- -- -- and Burgaw, N. C. inch deep.: The vehicle "planes," What frightens and concernsme '

Mr. and Mrs Ellis Thorn or literally begins to ski across much more, however, i is I'
the water, with little or no
ton have
returned from a

:: Still GoodAlso two weeks visit with. their The adhesion loss of to control the road comes surface suddenly -, I TIlE BRADFORD I
son-in-law and daughter COUNTY
TELEGRAPH
with little and
warning, i
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Dr. and Mrs. Marion Man-
: Some 9x12 & 12x15 Linoleum ning, in Cheverly, Md. only the moat level-headed, Published every Thursdayat J
alert and experienced driver
I 138 W. Call St.,
., MADISON STREET' can safely manage his vehicle Starke Fla, 32091 .
BAPTIST once aquaplaning occurs. The I HO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED
JCIICTICHOpportunities: AT
; WHY PAY MORE? first response Is usually to ap- Second class postage' paidat :
for service ply the brakes. Since moat au- Starke, :Fla. \
Sunday Sunday School, tomotive braking systems nave Subscription! Rate:
0:45: a-m. (Morning Worship, I a tendency to lock-up In a *
11 ajn. Training Union, 6:1: $. wet skid, this' only increasesthe la trade area: ".00 per
rL WMU Prayer Circle ,.::1$. possibility! of a spin-out ;year; $2.23 six months. Baldwin Chevrolet Olds'
,
L NASWORTHY: Evening: Worship, 7:30.: and generally adds to thedriver's Outside trade area: 4.30 '
,: )
Wednesday Prayer arid panic.
per ;year; $290 six IIODtb&E.
Praise Service, 7:30: p.m. Tire engineers have eatab- .
Furniture & Appliances Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: I shed( a mathematical formula r I* Matthews, editor and .

I Thursday Visitation, 7Pm. 1 for predicting' the oecurence!I publisher ,301 'NORTH PHONE 964-7500

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THURSDAY.!' AUO. SI. 1997 BRADFORD COUNTY TIP.__'_.F'____RAI_____>I__._ AoTA.Rlnn, FLORIDA .....".,"ur... THRn!


I \Birthday PartyAt p- I District Three veil of silk Illusion attached' I Rehearsal Party Mrs. Lex Green
to a crown of seed pearls
'
Hersey HomeRuby I BPW Meeting and petals. The bridal bou- For McRae-Brown Luncheon HostessMrs.

Held Here quet was composed ot lliles-
Sunday :
Denise Hers y cele- of-the valley and white car- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Lex: Oreen entertained -
brated her eighth' birthdayon Seventy-flv of nations rounding a white Brown were hosts at a supper at a birthday luncheon
August 25 when !her par- niemocrs party last Friday nightat
orchid ,
recently for her sisters Mrs
GLADYS JV1OOTY District 3 of the Florida Federation -
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde of B&PW Clubs met Mis' Buddy Rudd. of Toledo the Branding Iron honoring H. L. Spter and Mrs.r:}_ J
Phone 9647608 Hersey gave a party for her r Sunday afternoon the Ohio served as matron" ofhonor their son. Marvin, and McGrlff /Sr. at the Branding
at their home on Bradford his fiancee. Miss Judy Mc-
for her sister. Urldcs-: Iron.
Civil Defense Building with! ,
.
St. Rae after their wedding re
maids Miss July Hlghtowel' -
were
the Starke Club as host i Twelve friends of the honoree -
Thirty friends helped cele- of Bardwell Mm Gail hearsal.
+ Mrs. Connie McKlnzle of i ; enjoyed the occasion
brate the occasion and en- Lake City. District Crlder. Milburn. Ky.: and The dining table was cen-
it iti joyed games and refreshments + Mrs. Harvey' Tanner, of tered with an arrangement
the
jl +l 1t/: presided and Dlrector'l' ClemonsNewmanDate
Starke. of white gladioli, daisies and
i II I IA welcomed by ,
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and balanced <' silver
mums b
The honor attendant and /
: Doyle, local president.. 'A candle holders with yellow PostponedThe
the bridesmaids were Ident.lcally -
Ian Oreen soloist. .\ The program on duties of i
tapers. Bridal place cards
Bobby Crawford servtd as club officers and members attired In floor length wedding of Miss Patsy
best man and the ushers was presented by the Gate-I gowns of ice blue silk chiffon marked the seating arrange- Clemons and Jimmy Newman
ment for the 24 guests which
were David Smith b'otherof way Club of Jacksonv lie and Their empire waistlineswere has been postponed to
Included, the wedding Party
the groom, and Edward past state presidents who I encircled with blue daisies ; a later date due to trttt death"
the immediate
and members of -
Crawford, brother of the are members of District and back Interest was I in the demons family. Fu"-
bride. I conducted workshops on thel" created by floor-length trains I families ther plans will be 'mnoun-
k Miss Barbara Crawford 'J" duties of standing committee flowing from Dior bowi They j Rae Mr.presented Brown and their Miss\ attendants MaI :-- ced later.Executive.

ET sister of the bride attendedas chairmen Miss Della Rosen : wore matching headpieces I dur-
I with personal gifts
with double circular veils attached -
She took in this workshop -
mats' of honor. worea berg part I BoardThe
ing the
long A-line gown of blue '.Y'V ; Mrs. Nate Dyal represented -I I !! to Dior bows. Each I supper.

bonded lace with matching ........ the Starke Club on carried a colonial bouquet of executive board of the
shoes and wrist length gloves. 'i'' the District nominating com white pompoms accented with Mr. and Mrs. Maruca left Starke Woman's Club will
Her brief veil was secured bya ,V mittee. I blue daisies and blue stream- for a wedding trip to the meet Thursday, SePt.. 7. at
nylon rose. Members attended trom I ers.Miss Great Smoke< Mountains 3:30: p. m. at the club house.
Serving as bridal attendantsIn : Jacksonville, Gainesville L Mary Lynn Hogan- after which the couple will
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gowns identical to that of It. Hastings, Lake City Qt Augustine camp of Ball win. Mo. cousinof I be at home At Route 2. Murray Recent Birth:
'
the maid of 'honor were Mrs. and Oreen Cove the bride was the flower I Ky.
Richard Pollett of Clearwater .,,, Springs I ;Y1 girl' and Ricky Rudd of To-I I Both Mr. and Mrs. MarucaI ,Bradford: : County Hospital

and Mrs. Bobby Crawford of "' ... Miss Rosenberg was gen ledo. Ohio nephew of the I I will resume their studies< at announces the fo.towlng
.
bride, was ring bearerDick 1
Starke. J. eral chairman for this event Murray State University: this births:
Terry Jo Decanio served as with Mrs. Titus Olson. Mrs. Oault of Maromet.I fall. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F
flower girl and Scott Mor- .;-1 Loyree Cocomlse, Mrs Dean Ill. was best man. Grooms- Prenuptial showers and Grlffis Jr., Starke. a daughter -
I rison was ring bearer. $; ',' ij Rhoden, Miss Madge Middle- men were Harvey Tanner of parties for the bride Included Brenda Denise Aug 23
Given In marriage by her Starke: Allen Rice. Metro- miscellaneous shower
ton Mrs. Dorothy Milberger. a
father the bride wore a full ,; Mrs. Doyle, and Mrs. Dyal. polls, Ill., and Dick Hargrave given in the Alpha: Sigma Mr. and Mrs. John Howard
length gown of satin with an ". Vincennes, Ind. Ushers were Alpha sorority room in Murray Stafford: Lake Butler, a son,
empire bodice of lace featurIng .1\\; Altar Mike Yopp and Gary Hunt, and a household shower Jeffrey Lee Auu 24,
long lace sleeves with an SocietyMembers of Paducah, Ky., and Steve I given at the Bardwell Civic Mr and Mrs Lonzo Ray
A-line skirt The tram was I ,' Trevathan, of Murray, Ky. i Center. The bride's parents Starling Jr., Lawtey a son,
of satin and lace. Her veil of St.. Edward's Following the ceremony I entertained with a rehearsal Enoch Ray AUK 24
was attached! to a Mown of Altar Society will hold their Mr ands:!, Mrs. James R. Hen I dinner at their home on Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Alton
Joyce Marie Crawford Becomes Bride I lace petals and crystals. She Lj I first meeting of the new drlx and the bride's :-arenU,I Saturday. August 5, pieced- Martin Starke a ion William -

Of Alvin W. Smith In Baptist Rites carried a white Bible lopped __ season on Wednesday Sept. entertained with a rereptlon I ling the ceremony. Alton, Aug 27.
with carnations and an or- 6. at 7:30: ( in the Parish Hall.Linda at the Bardwell Civic Center.
chid. Martha Long Miss Hogancamp, .
Miss Joyce Marie Crawford 8 p. m. in the Evergreen held at ST ARIE PLAZA
The reception was
daughter of Mr. and Baptist Church with Rev. Prison Weds Mr. BlomIn Michael Maruca
the Florida State Open All Day Every Day
Mrs. A. J. Crawford of Law- Walter O. Mathlas performing -
Community Clubhouse. Raiford ChurchThe Exchange VowsThe UNTIL 7 P. M.e .
tey, and Alvin Wayne Smith the ceremony. After a wedding trip to FRI. & SAT.
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Ray Norman played nuptial
West Virginia the couple Is First Baptist Church at Beech Drove BaptistChurch
Smith of Starke, were united music as the gathered
guests residing at 331 Clark streetIn Raiford was the setting: for in Bardwell. Ky. was
In marriage on August 4 at and accompanied Miss Mar- ttrke.CloseOut :: the wedding of Miss Martha the setting on Sunday.' Au-

Lois Long to Denis I. Blomon n gust 6, at 3 p. m., for the e FRIDAY ONLYPRELABOR
Saturday. August 19, at wedding of Miss Martha Kay r
4 o'clock. The ,bride is the K Hogancamp daughter of Mr. t
daughter of !Mrs. Eugene C. and Mrs. James L Hogan
Long and the late Mr. Long,, camp, of Bardwell to Michael t r DAYEVERYTHING'{

Sale of Starke, and the bridegroom A. Miruca, son of Mrs. Net- ,;
La the son of Mr. and Mrs ta Starling of Stark
Ingvar O. Blom of the State I The Rev. William Bowles

Farm. rt $ officiated\! the double ring I
The iii'
double-ring ceremonywas r, ceremony.
performed by Rev. Jack }
The vows were exchanged
ON( WESTINGHOUSE Stolte before an arch of burn before the altar centeredwith
ing tapers, against a background a fan-shaped basket of
of fern trees anJ
white gladioli. Arrangementsof
with baskets -
standing
greenery the same flowers on either ..
of sunburst arrange- Lee To WedM. side of altar were flanked by \lei f

of and gladioli pompoms.chrysanthemums A. Payne, Jr. burning white tapers in a t
Air Conditioners seven branched candelabra.
As the guests gathered Mrs. Large ferns and palms were
John Green Sapp pianist, Mr. and Mrs. Truby Lee of
used in the background anda t{ON
rendered soft unupUal music Klngsley Lake announce the
bench was
white kneeling
She accompanied Mills Bonita engagement of their daughter placed in the center of the:I[f SALEt
Blom, sister of the groom who Linda Elaine, to M. A. altar
sang "Whither Thou Goe'tt"! 1 Martyl) Payne Jr., son of
FLOOR SAMPLES GOING ATBARGAIN and "The Wedding Prayer I Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. I Preceding of the nuptial ceremony music a ..
Given in marriage by her Payne of Starke. program t
brother, Robert C. Long, the I Mr. Payne is a se 'was presented by Miss Lou
bride wore a full length formal the Navy and is presently ise Graves pianist, !and Tom Jilt
"a, "ott, soloist, of Madlsonvllle.
of silk over fit'l OhllJ
gown organza stationed at .
9enI
PRICES bridal peau de sole. Designed Calif. Ky.
:I with an empire bodice of beaded I The bride, given la mar-
Venice lace scooped neck- The wedding date trill be riage by her father chose a l ,
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announced later. of silk '
line and lace trimmed kabukl formal gown fashioned .' -
,sleeves. The A-line skirt andchapel Duponl. and featuring an EVERY ITEM IN EVERY CATEGORY LISTED BELOW :
Limited train were accented, empire waistline accented in
Quanity I with sequins and beaded Venice by a four-tiered wedding cake front and back with a bow. J. WILL BE ON SALE AT CARP'S FRIDAY ONLY
lace motifs. Her shoulder length topped with wedding veil of silk illusion was attached lilies of tha valley. The cake with a scooped neckline of --
to a double crown of was flanked by silver candela- re-embroidered Alencon lace / 4'.t"L 1 III I"I MI t"F4"1"hF'i"Fi'F I I 1,1, 1010 III .. 111+ 11111 II I I r r 1'1 ",.1"111."< I

seed pearls. She carried a bra wlt'h pink ,burning tapers. and seed pearls and long fitted -
crescent of feathered carnations Attending the two crystal sleeves terminated in Every Girls' Dress at Carp's on Sale ,

sweetheart, roses, and punch bowls were Mrs. Mark calla lily points at the wrists. 'Many permanent press, 1 & 2 piece styles in the latest Fall
Moody, Mrs. Jack Stolte, Mr. She wore a cathedral! length }.
Ivy colors and fabrics. Sizes 3.6X and 7-12
Lenwood ,.-! \
Bobo and Mrs. Walter -
J. M Edwards Jr., sis-
Mrs.
ter of the bride was matronof perman. Cutting* and serv- Vote. for Ewell Lawson of r I .*,1, I I r I II .. I I I I I J. I I'' .. ..."....1...+I I .1 I I I I I t I II II' ,'. Jt r\
ing the wedding cake ,
honor. She wore a lung were
sheath crepe gown in shellpink Mrs. Eugene M. Long sinter- SCHEDULE Every Ladies' Roll-up Sleeve Blouse on Sale! \

fashioned with an em- In-law of the bride and Mrs OF SERVICES All) permanent press choice of fabrics In solids,' prints and
pire bodice portrait neckline: Guy O. Long of Fort Pierce checks. Long tail styles and others. 32.38
and brief sleeves. The black aunt of the bride. Mrs. La- ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
Mateau panel was bordered Rue Williams of Gainesville Starke + .1111 .. + Hi r .n. 1 1 U r u.11111111 1 n III 1 1. .u 1111I1 i i 110111 i t.Jt

with pink Alenccn:: lace. She kept the bride's book. Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m
tarried a single p'nlc' rosebud. Also assisting In serving Thursday Mass: 8:30: ( p. m. Every Boys' Sport Shirt at Carp's on Sale! --.*..

Miss Patricia Edwards and. were Mrs. Bob Smith, Mrs. Miraculous Medal Novena: 10All permanent press In short or long sleeve. Ivy styles,
Mrs. Daniel Pater III of Biloxl, Frances Kittler, Mrs. R. A.Colson Saturday 7 p. m. > button downs, prints, solids, plaids. 8-18

Miss.served, nieces as bridesmaids.of the bride They ,Sweat., and Miss Ramona Confessions: ft p. m. and 1 11111 I I ,4V I I 111I11 III I I I M. HI I r M.. t Hi.' I +. .111'111 1 I 1111 I II 1 1 1 III' '{

were semi-cage gowned chiffon alike over In taffetain long Florida For a the wedding bride trip chose to a South two p.ST.m.WILLIAM'S CHURCH l' Every Jr. Boys' Slacks ,at Carp's on Sale* -.\

fiesta pink /with empire bodices piece linen dress of Navy and Keystone Heights All permanent press, western styles and Ivy's some with

KIT INCLUDED encircled with sate and beige, with welch she wore Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. elastic half waist.back. New Fall colors. 3-7 ...1
INSTALLATION Navy accessories. Her corsage
front bow_ trim scooped neck- '
lines and ,brief sleeves. Chiffon was ofwhite, sweetheart roses. and Wednesday 9 a. m. : Mass and Novena .1 1-M'' M"H I I I i I I I M I I III I I I H I I 11 I H I. I U I I U I I H'I' Ii I I-1II'. I U I I U I 11 I I. I U I II .Mi I ***.\

wateaus shoulders. flowed They each from c-ttried their land.The couple will reside In Luke- ST.7 MART'S p.m. CHURCH Every Men's Sport Shirt at Carp's en Sale! .!>>

8,000 BTU 110 Volts $177 a single pink rosebud. Match- Macclenny All permanent press In short or long sleeve. Tapered and

ing: headpieces of clusters of Vote for Kwcll Lawson. Sunday Mass: 11:30: ( a. m. tails, button downs, swagger or flat ivy collars. .4

of roses illusion held their tiered by all veils the n__ II I ... t... .++++ I I I I I I I I ... ..11 ,I ... I I I ..... I I r+ r I ....1 1"1"1-, '
worn .

10,000 BTU -110 Volts Deluxe Panel $199] attendants.Ingvar O. Blom served his ,. Every "Loafer" Shoe at Carp's on Sale!

son as best man, the ushers 5 All our women's, men's and children's loafers included. All styles-

were Randy Blom brother of pennys, Italian, Beef rolls, straps-come get 'em.
220 Volts Deluxe Panel $209 the and Daniel Crewsof t
12,000 BTU Ralford.groom .,,I H.I I H r I H.',!. 11 I I H I, I HH I| I H.I I I I H I I Hn I- I .. I u I 111 I I .u' I i I n I I 1111 I m I I I 11 I I mi I I I .n- \

Mrs. Long wedding chose an for aqua herdaughter's """ Every Girls' Panty at Carp's on Sale '\,

crepe street length sheath Choose from our entire big selection of elastic leg briefs. ,
14,000 BTU 220 Volts Walnut $215 dress with scooped neckline Prints and solids in white and colors. 4.14 vli ... .41

accented: by lace medallionsand by I-11' '++' 'HIH..H.H.. r II.. It M'' H'' H'' HI'' H'.''I"H"i-H-l-' 111 MUM r I Ip. tor
sequins, complemented y
: a corsage of pink sweetheart + Every Ladies' Sleepwear Carp's on Sale!
17,000 BTU- 220 Volts-Large Capacity $$238 roses. .
Mrs. Biom mother of the Shift gowns, waltz gowns, baby dolls many with lace and
groom was attired in a grae-t: embroidered trims. Pastels and high shades. S-M-L
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Volts-Giant, Cedar $244Appilaucos linen sheath street length .1 .1111 .'.+'.1 III I 1111I11 So t II' .1' II III I I I .. II t .1 to. .
18,000 BTU-220 dress with which she wore a "

pink sweetheart rosebud cur- Every Shoulder Bag at Carp's on Sate
sage. I would like to take this opportunity to thank I
following the ceremony a le- the citizens of Sturke for their confidence in me \ Newest styles and colors in genuine leathers or grained
ception was held in Fellow; > vinyls. Most styles with inside zippers. \
as a City Councilman by not having: any opposition 4
gladioli ship Hall and Arrangements pompoms were of in the coming: election. I will make every effort .tlllllllll."lllllllt llllllllll."lllllllllllt.++ II

placed at vantage points in to be worthy of this confidence and to ask them not Every Accent Rug at Carp's on Sale '\
Slade Gas & the reception room. Mrs. Robert to hesitate to call at time.Respectifully .
Cason presented the gueststo me any Elegant cut patterns In deep pile 100% rayon that is machine .

the receiving: ; line composed washable 24x36 27x48 24x72, all on sale. ,

of tl.u Di.rta; and bPI,,<::1m. thebride's i + .11 n MH i m 1111111111 t ...111111111 i M'' lit III- HIli..n-1 .. .
mother, and attendantsThe James (Jimmy) McRae
I bride's table was overlaid
THIS SPECTACULAR SALE FRIDAY ONLY!
332 .W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 '' with a white lace cloth (Prf. Pol. Adv. -

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Morale Is Problem Weekend Duty Denied Defendant Rotary Hears II that The area.Bradford Kopint, Club

Plans For will stage a TrlCountjHorse ,
Guilty of Traffic Violation
Calf Scramble Show oil this",, some I\
date. Coats said and there "?

T ornadoe Gridders At Normal Pace I Carl L Varnes wait tenten- ert Alexander, and Doris,I will be other entertainmentfor .. .
Progress I :;
(red to 10 days In fail last I Hodges: all on worthless I Plans for Bradford: Coun a full day of fun. ;
Thursday: In Plea Day proceedings check charges: Perry "Son- ty's first annual Calf Scramble -
in County Judges ny" Moody reckless, and were' described' at the Supervised ActivityTo '
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Biggest conc.in of Tornado/ 'Court and was refuse! per- Richard Blrnbaum speeding Starke Rotary Club Wednesday ;;. ),
Ovid Coach David Hume two 11
mission to serve the sentence Otto Williams waS fined $10 by David L. Coats presIdent Begin Sept.
weeks before the "eason'sfirst ,on weekend. for driving too fast for road of the Starke-feradford At Rec. CenterA .
la not the( usual J.
game County Chamber of Commerce -
Varnes pleaded R'ulty' to conditions Aug. 20 on SR-
problem but )onale
injury driving with his licence under 200B and $23 for driving program of suoervlsecland !
Practicing under the blazing suspension and receivedthe without a license. Coats said that agriculture organized activity At the
sun twice per day' is sapping ia still the backbond of Bradford -
mandatory sentence. Four juveniles also :appeared Starke Recreation Cenler will
the spirit as well t>g the County Judge T. A. Yawn before the Judge on traf- County's economy and begin Monday Sept. 11.!
energy of the young Tornadoes refused Varnes' request: to fic violations. All four were the Call Scramble i Is being Activities will be set up for
although Coac'i Hurse serve the time on weekends given a lecture and pleased promoted aa a means of up- elementary grades only.
says they are progressing at after hearing the circumstances with a warning.J. grading the county's beef Trampollnlng will! be taughton
a normal rate."We're of the arrest Varnes/ was V. McKinney cnarged cattle production.The Monday and Wednesday
concerned over. Injuries arrested by Florida Highway! with the felony of wUhhold- Scramble will be held each week archery on Tues- I
but unless the boys Patrolman J. K. Wade Ing support, pleaded.: not I at 6 p. m. Saturday.: Oct. 7, day, air rifle on Thursday, Gary McRae Joins
have ia lot of pride and demonstrate Five defendants pleadednot guilty and asked for a pre- when ten purebred calves and model building on Friday Marine Corps
It, you Just don'thave r guilty during the usual liminary hearing. He did not and some 20 4-K and FFA afternoons. I

good practices the l r days of worthless check and request the court to appoint) youths will be turned loosein All! activities will! 'xj free Oary McRae son 01) Mis
head Tornado says speeding charges/ Transferred an attorney for him in Cir- the Fairgrounds arena. of charge and are scheduled Ills McRue of starke. has
The BUS grid squad however ) r to the County Judges cuit Court. with calves being awarded to 1 after Marine
from 3:30-5:30: : p. m. ; enlisted In the U S.
has covered the basic fe Court trial calendar which Arrest warrants were ordered the first ten boys who are school each day. Corps, taking advantage of
fundamentals and techniques was set Tuesday. Aug., 29, for a number of defendants successful In catching :s calf. Students must purchase I the two-year enlistment pro-
enough to begin working on r The losers will be :given an
were M. L. N-azworth. Rob- who failed to ap- their own materials in the gram that started July 1 fora
recognizing different offenses 1 I in court. opportunity to catch 1 greased -
pear
model building class. Ed Magee limited time only.
and defenses they will pig.
will! Instruct the activities Under this program Oary
see and practice against
The calves for this event
of
will receive eight weeks
them. I Jo Ann Scott Is FinalistIn are donated by local busi-
recruit training at Pan-is Island -
!Defensive Line Coach Tony 1 nesses, Individuals, or organ NORTH3IDE BAPTIST
S. C. After completing
Griffith and Offensive Line Illations and are awarded to
Tobacco FestivalContest his training there he will go
Coach Mike Sexton are work- High Springs encourage the boys to Improve Located on BayieM lOa!!.
for
to Camp LeJeune, N. C.
ing boys at two positions at present herds or starta way ISR 2231at] BaUord Road
least, with only 24 boys out ; Miss Joann. Scott, 19 here In Apilil. new herd.' SR 181. Services: Hund. before being assigned
and three of them actuallyJV iL' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. This Saturday Aug. 26, Coats said the ScrambleIs School 10 a. m. SundtvMirnlof station.
boys practicing with the -' 'L Reese R. Scott 0 f Camp Miss Scott and Tonda DIxon, being patterned after one Worship 11 a. m a permanent Is recent graduateof
varsity, It Is still Impossibleto I,Branding was named! first daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. that has ben staged in Medl- Training Union, 6:30: p. m Gary Bradford a High School.
scrimmage with a whole Okay you're in a. Tormulii. huddle again just like all thone Dads., with tilgfffwulit runner-up last weekend In C. Dixon, 636 S lppersonSt.!: dian. Miss for 17 years, and Evening Service, 7:30.: MidWeek -I' .
the High Springs Tobacco Starke, will enter the Florida which has done much to im- : Prayer Service Wednesday -
line.But linen than they lined to have when tht'Yore the red and gray, think they Book:
the players ate still Festival. Crown Council Beauty Contest the cattle. Industry in 7:30: -Rev. Olen Law- Adjustable Vinyl
prove
the two line coaches say. want to l b... Hut If Coach Inl l Huron.. held' up his famous clipboard and tersely Miss Scott was Queen of sponsored by the Crown Council hon; pastor. Cover All sizes 30( ctnU. ea.

learning to recognize varia- ordered'. "Iiolutlon Right Demi. Iliu'kdrill. ...," what would you do? the Newbewy' Watermelon Chambers of Commerce In at The Telegraph.UJSKp .

tions of defenses they will Festival In June. She was also Jacksonville Beach.
see. learning to stunt and change," Coach Sexton vln. a tough little senior tack once he is well enough first runner-up In the MissIn Miss Scott, sponsored by .
learning to recognize offensive Only injured player on S8YS// drew praise from Coach David for the rough work. Fernandina Bench In June 1 the American Legion Post '1"wis'i-r '
-. plays and re-act to each squad now is tackle Huise The backfield in Fernandina Beach In Jue No. 56 of Starke represented u/1 **"' Dear Voter:

,.:. sl tua tion.- Smith who is out coach picket Melvin as being Girls Gym Suits and wes second-runnerup In I by Pont" Commander and. ,
sprained knee and miss'' the most improved in the R w
"We spend a lot of time may On Sale Now the North Florida Strawberry his wife.
the Sept. 15 Macclenny game. past week's drills ------------ i I
: learning to recognize defenses I I appeal to each of you
'Smith is slated for a two- Quarterback Bill Adams
well see throughout the Students In girls 7th, 8th,
: season! because with each way job this season and had I who had his knees operatedon and 9th grade physical education Part-Time Courses Will Be +a to unite in an effort to elect
been looking sharp in scl'lm-1 over the summer. Is run- '
: different one a lineman's at Bradford High me to your City Council.
will mages. ing and working out He School will be requited to'.
blocklnaassignment
: Offered New Voc Center
Running back Gene Mel- should help the Tornado at- wear one-piece gym suits according l During my 40 years in

w to Mrs. Carolyn :i Starke, i I have been dedicate -
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Port-time vocational classes'will short-term claaaes, .
r Dyal phys ed instructor.The I set up as
k suits are on sale at I start as soon as the new while others will] be on a full- t to the growth, progress -
: Vote For And ElectGERALD Eagle's Department Store for Bradford-Union Ana Vocational time basis. 1
$4.95. Students are advised Training Center facUlties Possible offerings will be: and prosperity of our

: I to purchase a suit as soon as are available.Ted I Auto Mechanic. City. My 28
. 'h I Ir I possible to be sure of properfit. Oglesby. director of the' Repair! and Maintenance. of t I years exper-
.. Mrs. Dyal stated. center, states that the 2'i Farm Machinery and EquiP- t-y ience as a successful busi-
I hour classes will be held two ment.Electronics. "
ness man will i enable me to
nights a. week. Some will be

I wlLLIAMsfr&1i Wise And JordanOn I Major Appliance Technology.Repair. I : t t" '1 C; approach the problems of
Rifle Team Vocational Business Education -
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Students May (Clerical &: Secretarial\). -i ,, JJI": government Wit i h sound

-r r Wallace A, Wise and Vlrgl: Distributive Education (!the business principles. I pledge to strive always for effi-
M. Jordan, both of Starke. Apply For I various phases of distributionsuch
: YOUR will compete !in the<<: 19AT National Study Abroad I as retailing, wholesaling, ciency and economy in government and harmonious relations -

r T High-Power Rift and merchandising). between other officials, and between the City
Championships during thE Anyone interested In any uf
CITY National Matches at Cam[ 11th (grade students at these courses may contact Mr. and its people.

COUNCILMAN r Perry Ohio, August 26 U)] BUS, who will have reachedthe Oglesby at the USO building, .
'I September 1. ''age of 16' by June- .30,.. hone
GROUP The National Matches, a I 1968 will be- eligible to compete 1> 9646800. I I I will do all within my power to justify
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joint endeaver of the U. 3 for study abroad under I
= I Armed forces and the Na one of three programs, according Band Parents confidence.

tlonal Rifle Association,. to L. H Gibson, president To Meet TuesdayA your
:=: I IE bring together more than of the local' chapter of Sincerely,

7,000 marksmen who will fire American Field Services Bradford High Band Parents -

E: A Young Man Who Will Serve All The in petition.shoulder-to-shoulder- Committee.Eligible students may apply Tuesday meeting, Sept.is 3,scheduled at 8 p.m.for in W. H. (BILLY) NOEGEL

for the Summer Program the band) hall.
;F= People Of Starke Impartially And To The Services Set 18 to 10 weeks 1 In almost 1 60 Virgil Lovett new bund director
foreign/ countries; the School I 'Will bit piiwent. Allarenfn (Pd. PoL Adv.)

E.. Best, Of His Ability. 2 P.M. FridayFor Program In countries 111 of to the 13.; Northern r:ion thai] I} arew'ged to attend. ,.


= Appreciates' Your Vote and Support Mr. demons' program Hemisphere In: countries or ,a a of millar the .


= _ (Pd..tol. Adv. Southern Hemisphere. .
Services for Richard L. Candidates must,have studied "

r. demons, SI, of Ruskin who at least one foreign( lan- Bodcackb SEMI
: ')1' .' -. ':. ,:' ':"':'.'. : ': : ," .." : '" '. died Tuesday afternoon at guage for two years prior to TRADE- IN

his home, are scheduled for commencement of he, pro- fURNITURE and APPLIANCES ANNUALCLEARANCE

:. KEEP ...A l R1fr Vie Friday, Sept 1, at 2 p. m. in gram selected, and must.
? the Union Primitive Baptist have strong academic records
) Church here. r grades of D or P will

; Qualified & Experienced' Burial will! follow in Dyal not be considered! A parti- .
cipation fee of 9730 must also -
Cemetery The body will! rest kxtablithrd: t'Wt'/
i Thursday and Friday at the be paid for each student
; MAN IN OFFICEReElect { home of Walton demons accepted, covering' expensesof
here. travel. personal allow UP TO IBodcochb
w ances, etc. This fee maybe .
= A native of Bradford Coun- paid by the family, udent
FURNITURE and APPUANCES
ty.; Mr demons moved to $
organizations civic clubs, or
Ruskin In 1060. He was a, I 5 0
.: WILLIAM (BILL) farmer. by Individual donations.
must be made
ii.I Survivors IncludeS, wife, Applications
Clara Bell Carter demons; before September 30 and will TRAQE-Idl
be screened by the local For Your Old
one son. Oene Clemens Ruskin -
I ROSSER I : two daughter. Mrs. committee during October ALLOWANCE
BEDROOMSUITE
Linda Martin, Ruskin, and Interested students may obtain \ t
more complete ]Information rs
Mrs. Shirley Jones of VIr- ., $1 10W
from Mr. Gibson at the
tinla, two brothers, Roy and 1
4' 1s',1 I for Ml trarfin allowance.Trad .
Walton both of USO buudinw.PINE DOWN
g CHIEF OF POLICE Clemens 't +i .-ln mut b. of Len 3
Starke and three sisters, i 1! a DELIVERS
LEVEL BAPTIsrBunday I
Urs. Ruby Conner. .Starke; any
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Mrs. Melba Hatbon Sneds. School, 10 e. m APPLIANCEDOWN
: Vote for and re-elect a fluulified and experienced man. and Mrs. Retha Morgan. Morning Worship. 11 .. M +Lt 9yP; I
: Vote for and re-elect a man who has had IVi yrs. experience with the buskin. Pre-SenrtcM (Booster band

: Starke Police Department. Rev Lewie Crawford and Young People, aDd Fray"Servlctl. 14

: Vote for and re-elect a man who has had 12 yrs. business experience. lev Obe Yarborough will officiate 8 p. m. Ev'nln< $5
: at the service!
= .Vote brand re-elect a man who has served 6 yrs. as your Chief. Worship, 7 ./. m. Uldwevkaervice __

: Vote for and re-elect a sober reliable man for your Chief. Wednesday 7:30: p i DELIVERS

Adjustable Vinyl m,-R y. D. I, Ram. y. pas. any
[Covers.: All slits 30 Book
E Re-Elect A tor. Baas, BEDROOM
Man Who Will Keep The Chief of Police st The Telegraph.

: Job .In The Hand of The People And Not In The Hands l' -:- ""

: Of A High County Official, Who Is Trying To Feather 'y .....r 13MI...' ,t'_: .. .- .. -' J... ;j no 1

.:. His Own Nest And Control The County And City. STALLING'S CORNER ,' ;,.. .EXTRA SPACIOUS MODERN DOWN

r I ,,. ,! 3 Piece BEDROOM SUITE. DELIVERS

g Vote For and Re-Elect the People'sCandidate any
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OASIS LOUNGE ,,, ,_ : F Extra spacious Modern B.d- -*, LIVINGROOMiMYfnci

: Who is Not a room Suit. Bowed cntr front Hi
Your CLOSEST dfO we,.. torpontino eurvad'!' 11 1 8 WithTr.dt
Spot For ,;" .,:' *Tri.I.Dv..r..4Mk '
E A Paid Candidate to Run. LIQUOR WINES BEER S 0.*..,Ch.., front. Extra largo crystal framed $5
r o.4/4. .MkMM I.' mirror. Mar and stain resistant

.. Open 9 A.M.12 P.M. Platiciiod top.. $5 DOWN DOWN
: YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORT 'AND VOTE Beautiful Gold Bisque $2.25 A Week DELIVERS

: IS GREATLY APPRECIATED. Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A3L any'

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r WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER OR QUARTS !:I ,ta.dl e -r _

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: > Pd. PoR; AdV:) Herman Willis, Owner Bill Wilson, Manager '

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penetrate as well as reflect year. She learned to knit asa
from the glass. The child and used to have
".,. stained portion of the glass some knitted articles in progress FAMILY BUSINESSMAN
Trial Term Set Mr. gives off different tones of mole of the time Now
: color according to the Intensity -, knitting has taken a back
of light coming through, seat to other forms of-handicraft -
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Forty-eight cases are llstec adding to the rainbow colors because Florida's; climate -
on the trial docket for Bradford I usually reflected through un- Is too warm tar such C__ MAN
County Judges Court fox d tinted glass The stain Is apparent things .
the summer term Sept. 11 1 ''I'' !. sunfast. as items, Furniture reflnlshng! and
through Sept. 22. such as a cranberry-red| antique collecting has been a .
In -view of the large num- cruet stained: several montrs' source of the many Inteiest-
ber of trials Judge T. A, ago, have retained thu color! ing pieces which go to furnish -
Yawn la requeuing fiat, two although! exposed to sunlight the Finucan home. All of *
panels of 24 jurymen be since. The glassware may ba their antiques Early American -
summoned to serve. j washed:!, also without loss of have been made to servea t
Cases set for trial Include color. practical, useful purpose\ as
two charges against David jI Presently Marian is em- well as being decorative.
Eugene Dyal, 19, for contributing ployed as a bookkeeper in Among other hund-mada!
to the delinquency; ol I the Bradford County nnerlffsl things that Marian has done
a minor and possession of office. She has also corked are a clock with an embroidered VETERAN QUALIFIED
alcoholic beverage of u minor for Terwlllegar "Motors and! face, pictures made of
Dyal has appeared in Bialy: Jicksan's trucking com- butterfly wings and some
county court several times Cany. She and her husband, very attractive hand decor-
The two cases are bet for Bill moved here from New ll..tl''' stationery, VOTE FORBOBBY
Sept 12. Jersey about nine yeais ago While the stained glass I ia is'
The trial of Whitney Beale after looking over most of hobby Marian has in mind
Read:!!) lit. who has filed a the United States and Mexicofor the retirement years which
$40,000 damage suit against the place where) they are still far away, but she
Sheriff P. D. Reddish and wanted to settle permanently said:> she would like the hOb- I BIGGS
Deputy Sheriff DOlph Red- Bradford County won and by to grow into a part time
dish, is to be tried for volun- I they' purchased a farm in the business which would supplement -
tary Intoxication damage to Bayless Highway section. her later income. For
county property, and disturbing Marian Finucan They raise some catt.e and that reason she has some of
the peace and disorderly Bill contract for home construction her handcrafted work on display -
conduct. There is also a anj repairs. at Williams Jewelry FOR YOUR
charge of violently resisting Like many of the young Store where it may be seen
arrest, a felony pending Stained Glass Provides Hobby people of the depression or purchased. !II
against Read In Circuit i
years Marian learned to be
Court. I versatile In her wort! :Be- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
The trial of Willie Keaton. (The third In a series of received for Christmas. Shel! and others are decorated sides managing her own OF STARKE I CHIEF of POLICEVote
charge:' with two rates of articles about local artists had expressed a. wish to j with leaded glass designs In bookkeeping service, "she also West Weldon St and Rai-
assault and battery and sellIng -I and craftsmen, and the work staining glass but when she I the nature of stained glass ran a chain of dry-cleaning ford Road.Sunday!. ,
alcoholic beverage to they are doing as hobbyistsor received the present the was windows. Marian also has establshments, worked In a Services: 10:00: a.m for Better Protection of Your
minors, is also on the docket. professionals.] so involved with other things made picture' using sttlned hospital laboratory, lau her Sunday School; 11:00: a.m. ... Property
The trial of Sandy Miller By Alice McGarvey | that she had no time to try glass and -decorated contain\ own clinical laboratory and, Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m.C '
charged with petty !arceny Stained glass Is Marian her new kit until last Fmrine. ers, such as jewelry boxes with Bill ran a restaurant Ina A Services; 7:30: p.m. and Family
In connection with genealogy Plnucan's latest hobby and She has decorated more with leaded glass designs.I New Jersey resort area. Evangelistic Services.
services was set by the Judge one that Is adding many than 18 different items of! The glass articles ranse from In her hobbles Marian also I Week Wednesday Prayer: 7:30 Meetlna.: p.11Mld-
for Sept. 22. beautiful things to her home. glassware. Some are stainedIn ash trays to punch DOM Is. | likes variety'! and has entered I Pastor: R!v, George Green,,
Vote for Ewell Lawson I It all started from a kit aha the cut design of the glass, Unlike paint the .tain isl! many different articles in the Jr. : -
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.. !NOTICB\ : TO IJt-.FKMn: in in"isn. wore served upon mtu Orooknr Jr. HIWh Hcliool. fiiuntr. Klorldai. ImMltS. )ell""..,.",
fNRC'1 I'l OI'lt'l.>l HKADFOKD 'purnonI ( Druoker. Klortdn.You :. LOIS TlirUPKN' j la.ln. Is
I ,'l>l-'I'V;; KI.UR1UA/ niid I> thl.* i4lli day of Au(- limy bill on Individual' tiff, V*. adoption of |>UX1AR Come "Where' The Action .
IN CHANCEHYAA11ON UHt 1 A, P I tJ7Alb'rl achunln all/ Hchoola. or" .any comblmitliin lOAIU.VIOHH, Defendant.NfiTlCM '
:rMNii": A. Huron tluToof. Information TU APPKAK: JTo
nOSlU41 MM4HAduplkin :; : AL.HK11T;: A. 1IA/.KN: e<*"ii'..ritlnir lha iinouiitu. of : Jamd K. 'Wobb \
['1..10. II{I.VH AM ;iiilinlillHIi'iitor; of r.t. ) I5ntiltoi.r food MtrupN can bn obtained You are hereby notified that BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY
M-irtha, Alli-o tillliird Ha pn.decniiH from Individual achoolH.Ci'iitiilnorii a petition' for adoption of Kdiifur
'".I. KICIIAKD" JOHN UlAMONIil: 8.11 it B/il! the "M'hool will not I li'io, o HI"'hoolpriipcrtv you III' tll6 a.bovjiinmed -WALDO LICJUOKSSlusfc ( -
l>. r. ruin, nisoTK and muot..Im clHiinuddally Court and CHUMI. and
li;, '1'0( APPKARr ,\o'rH'.1 <>p H\I.I1 liy Iho auui'i'HHful bldilvrtlldM ''' you are roiiulrod to aervc .a I I Ii by "The Poor Soul "
.< K.. n.iii. .1..muniV :Ni.llcii; lit hvridiy itlvnit that.liiii'Hiiiint Mill bn opemid In thtioffli'C npy of your annwer o. pleadInir -
A'I' ." HI. lxlfl. >\ norrricd. Hint KirecloMlir( pnti'rcd In UHUHUNumliorvd Mi.pteml 6. 1UU7 Plaintiff.. Attorney Hon. 1-f,*
u *uli foi' Adi>|itin) cif. Flit'hard 120 In Ilia Circuit at 10.00: A. M. flrimn Htarke plorlda .and flla GO-GO CONTEST
.'"hll Diamond Im0" been flluUfn Court of tlradtord C'vunly It 8/31 I the oHg-lnal In the office of
ill*. iibn\i., nuuiHd I'utlrt und Florida. I will ni-ll Ihn prop.rly the rierk, of the Circuit Court Nights
Wednesday
cnii.i> and > "iu. urn requlrud tufltir .. Hltuatod In Mradford County IN TUB '01 '>'TV Jl ",."J'N on or before the Uth day. of ,
,c a i npy of your answer Plorlda donrrlhod nn: COIIir IIHAUFUIIU fOt.\'I'' ', Heptcimber. 10117 : othorwlno i
m. pIcadliiK 'tu th" uomplnlnt.ni Commence at thn NorthunHti KLIMIIIX the alleitatlons of laid. Complaint Discount Prices on Package," Good"*,
i Ih" r'liilntlff AIl..r"ey. i''orui'r of the following d..nirllicil 1:% ..Iu..rl. !) will bo taken as GUIfeiiHod -
Hun I..x Orven. Stul'ke, Klurlilu parci-1 at lund to wit: In Ki>. KHtlltii. of NANCY L,, .. by you.
.and. flic tliii original In the n iH'reM mtunro In tho HouthI'ltnt KNHIHT. almi known aa N. 1.. TblH. not h'" ahall bo publishj j I One !Mile North of Waldo, U. S. 301
"rri< n "if I llin Murk or I Ilif Clr- N.rn..r of thn northouHt't KNUIIIT.' and. Hit Ml IS. U. 12. ed oni'u each week for tourcunMeciitlvn
i tilt ('''''\'I .on or ht'fore th"i iI of I lh.. HiiilllmuBt. 'A ft "0"- KNill/IT.1 1 UncniiHfd.NOT1CI3 weekH. In tlie Bradford
I II llh t ,ilii>' iff .Sapfltilipr., I 11167.otlirwlH linn 34, Township Hoillh, TO CIUOOITOIJ8AH County Teleffraph.Dated \ .
*' 'th> Hllt>KatlonH. of Kanire 83: KIIMI. and th..nc.. perHona havlnw. claim* orde".ndll thl I. afith day ot Aug-
..lIld I "Ciuiiplalnt, will be tnkenUH South 114 fnrt to till Point of awalnat I thHtal. otNANCY II Bt, 11H7.SEAM .
.LimfoMM'd. by yuii.ThlH 'HTlnnlnir : thcnvn run Bonlh ( !:
L. KNirlHT. Bl"o ..
< ....II'e nliKll he puullxh-/ 114 fi'i-t: thoni'* run. \V"Mt lOB known aa N. L,. KNIDIIT and CHA.HL.V.H A. r>AJlVY, -
ed oni'o ouuh wttolt ror four. fi-ft, thenco run North 114 .aa MltH. D. Jo:. KNIUMT do- Clerk of the Circuit .Court.
c'on..roIlV., wvekrt In the fi'ct: theni'o run Vltml. IDA fuetto uuaatifl., are hereby notified' amirequlrnd Ily tlenlah M. Moody,
IlKAnFOKD/ CUUNTT 1KL.KUKAPH. th. Point of bcKlnnlnir. Deputy Cleric
to1'11" their claim In
at publla milo. to the hlN'hpHt the offlrH of ttu County Judireof 8/31 4t 9/21 This pleasure trip will do you good I
Dated this im day of
AUII'
und bflHt lilddor for cniih at Bradford. County Florida In -
uat. 1H 7.CHARLUtl. I In. entrance. of tho County the County Courthoune at In Th* Court Of 'I'h. i CountyJu
A. DARBY. Courthnuna In Starlco\ Klorlditliutween Htarke Florida, within Hlx, calondar Clerk o[ the Circuit Court. 11:00: a. in. and 2:00l : ti'I'
month from the date of florlilnEMiato '
..
By.. B ulah M. Moody l 1'. m., on Hoptnmbi-r 11, 1967 atII the flrnt publication of this uf Malcolm PownalllNOTICH
D puly Clerk. ::1O o'clock A M notice or the name will bucomo TO CKKDITOnS O"1
(SEAL; ) (OIWT HMAI> void according to law. To All Creditor And person*'
AI 17 4t ft/ai! ('HAUf.":'" A. HAKBTriMKK Til IN AuitUMt 20.. 1007.llollla Tlavlnir Claim.* Or DamiindaAicalnnt i.
cirict'rr COURT V. KnlKht (Hr.) Hald. Kutate: :
la. Thi. f'ttiinlx JuilKri,** Court Dy livuluh 1 M. Moody BXnuUTOItHollla r You and each of you arehcirttby I \
Depiitv ClerkSCIINKIliRK \
.. I V. KnlKht.Starke no-li tied and required
In Anil For .
l
lirmlforil
Mnllorliln > ":
"' : & I>tT>fAY Florida to preHnnt any claims and demand .
In I'rnlinfp '%o.In 1)18") Amorluan' Ileiltana Llf. 8/'tl: 4t U/'il:.! .* which' yOU or either of

Ki.*: .KMtiilo;, .if ATiiithn. Alloi1nillard .iiiiirllnir.TnckMonvlllo, Florida' you, may have a 'alnt (he KHtatu : RESORT


OK=NT It 8310 "T."r.' nftl tXICompotltlve \<. the County Judg-u. of BradfordCounty
1. Al.ltKKT, A. HAZKN;= havluif %OTICM ('0'11' ''II18N'O 'r,'..L.UI""t1EFIon. at hi* office In the AIL IS BEST Or ALL IN THE SMOKIES! Enjoy the pe.icaand ,
... Court Hon HA of, mild. County at
I In'in nipiiltil. >.rl |">i'HonalrpiirpHfntat The urailford. : Hoard. "
---- Ivt* of I lh.. eHtilo .of Public Inmructlo-n County Invltni .* Heale.il Mlda will Hlflpko' FlorldHi' within klx, calendar quiet of the mountains riot of colors in autumn .
)IHTIIAI.I(, ; 0111\1"!> to bid on the dally/ removal you of be received by the Htutn PurchaHln month from the" time oftho crisp cool days. refreshing restful nights. .wonderful/

D/xon RunnerupMinn : alirnatf.HAXK.V.. :. J'l derimiied.".ijs Spuon AVHIIUan herubjr,'. nil/ food BuhoolH wrap*for from. .tho thn'1S67-19H8 follnurInir 10:*" AM? KDT.fo-mmlMMlon, on date. iibown until. notice.firm Kath publication claim or'Alem.n.or thin.. food. Coma back feeling fresh as.a' breeze. If you like

niv renldcni-1, and Madlnoh. Mi-hofil, vi..iir: for Halo of Nurplun. property.September Hhall. be In writing and' 'HliffllMtate activity' there's square dancing horseback riding, craft
Tomla ,DUon,, rrprfMtnlin's; Ura City 6f.Starke,, wpn lletKhtK Mlrhlyiin.. an. my Ururttord. Hlffh School Hturko :; 14, ID61 -- Pine the ila"p and Hldince making wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts! boat-
Court at th 'OTorkU Crown Council poiitii-fflco ad lrttiH. and., iltmlfirnMLK .- Florida.It. Quni.lild. and pout: urflre .adilrOnn. ';f the irij fishing--lots morel Furnished lodge. Rates
a nmrt on the Quera* .and appoint 1'IIOH.I./ .1. Jo:. Illirh School Btarke, ,' Hlank, condition* andHpprlfkiiitlon claimant and snail bo *worn cottages :
beauty pugeant In JicluionvUto, Bmu-h .lout. wMtcend.AlW'Dlxon' |io\Vl I> V, whoHO ,ri'Hidi'nru, IM. Florldx.HnutlmldA. .' *. may bo obtained. to by the claimant: bl*. altonlor lower after September 15-less crowded. For rtservatioia; /
from the attorney and any 'silch'
PalHtkn plorlda and poMtofflfoaddroMH Ktatn Purclianlnu' ;
School phone
an employee of"Holiday "Inn .;f Starke waif : In !', O IimK. ..r "*"', Stnrlcn, plorldiuHturki' Ulemi'ntnry CVnimlHHlon. Room" 113 William claim or .demand. l. not no fllodHhall 1 4982211.

entered In competition with 91 other girls In the. Florida I'nlnlkn.. iiffpnt Florida'In tin H.* Htato my rexldont erf- Mtarkp.. VlurldiuAndornon Klm: ., ntiiry School TallahaHee D. Hlnxham Florida.Al Building. TMR: bo KU void.."lttDA NATIONVVli i.:' Send for iDepf.

(Crown area, which MW 11Joy\, Jonon of! Southwest Ja 'knomllln |I Florida.e tlio, and Hald do aKt'tlt liiTchy, .to unthor-nrrpptBITVI I"twtpy, .Florida.Liiiwtffy Jr. .tllith' School Kxocutlve: J. Day Director MAN Kxei'iuor* 'ot.rACKMONVJM.B tho I.ant I Will and FREE COLOR FOLDER: DB, Fontana Village, N.C

crowned ',uef'n. Minn Mfllmla titanium. of CJrwirCo ,',',. nf. pr''''HHM, mill hcri'by Jr. Hlffh flchool 8/JI I 3t7 TcHtHiunnt. I ef Malcolm! 'Po'yn.all. .
i oiiNrnt that ailed' <>rIro or.iroi' Lawlty, k'1'H-lilu., DocniiMcd.Klrnt .
"n Spring' retiring Queen In. shown plwln* crown. on the | .im ilium him., Mluill' lilnd,: .mi. 1 Inmplmi 'Klcmcutury, HclloolHampton N f'J'U''J fit i frniIm : :' < day of imbllcatlon. on' the":net ,
Auffuat 18lt7.
-_. heml of. Queen' Joy. Other member of the court, are.(from itH i rfiii'tivnly UH LhoiiKTli the ,"F'orldu' flreult "Court Urnilford 'il/31 .4t 8/21
"
';-' : left))I Mlxs Dlxont !!fchnuim.. Ponce. of St. Augustine, TherewtItitrh -

'of North Jucknom'llle, and Carol Ann Roth of South

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: High School Review Classes dule, : .
I and j
Monday Science

: : Offered By Adult Education t General Education fInclud

inK biology/ physlca, and
-- ...
'chemistry]. .
: A new partial schedule of term will\ start soon and will ]EXPERIENCED: WAITRESS -

.. Adult Education High School be held In the USO building Tuesday Social Studies ,wanted. Apply in person at I USED VACUUM cleaners) rs-

: Review Courses has been announced from. 7 to 9:30: p. m. Adults t Including American History. .I the O..rden. Restaurant tfc-hqr I If you find your name among the Classified/ Ads, conditioned $15: up. 10 different

.. by L. H. QlbHon.\ director interested In enrolling may .Civics geography and, World FItliE name brands to choose from.
to
]. come The Telegraph office and Parts Jk
.. of the program. do so by calling 4-6800. History receive Two excellent repairs alf

: the 1:>67-68 scheFKESII Wednesday Mathematics. m&ke KIRBY BALmS A8ERVICBJ
Classes! for Following the new FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre
or 301 Drive- '
.. 712 N. Main. Gamesvlll -
THEATRE PASS
Thursday English [In. In. < 876-7110. tfchg
I
eluding grammerspelling, COMER'S: LAKEVIEW

] vocabulary etc.] BE .Clt' *. COTTAGES
DID YOU -
I The schedule for personal / own a Lon,?KNOW champ Home it's easy Bet to HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS Spend! tlJe>) day.with your family

SPECIAL typing and business educa ter built for & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ,on; Santa, Fe Lake. Parking

tion'. will \be decided later.I I Your plans or Florida ours. Your]living.lot 710 Lemon St. PaUtka Gulf Service: $1.00 "per''eaT.' '! Swim picnic

'Allot..these cOurses 'are I or ours. Contact Buford Mitchell Furniture Repaired USED PARTS!! free. Cottages by the week.

aimed at provkinllab: adequate phone 964-6833: P.O. Box Upholstered & ifefinished Top Price lor W'Care" ,( Pfu 468-1128: ,'. Maude Comer

-- r'basis (or taking the 238 Starke. tfchg MATTRESSES REBUILT 24 Hour Wrecker Service Earlton.. 12tch r 8-24
OED (General '
Educational
.
.
= HRADFORD- COUNTY: SUMMER I I Development] testa leading I FOR SALE BRICK'HOVSK New Innersprinffs -- Fuel Oil--;: : ..AT" LAST' ONE STOP
""to n State'' Equivalency' High ready for occupancy. 3 'bed and Box Springs

School. Diploma. room. 1H bath located Just Drop IT* A O rd or Call A.AA fl' A 'n (fmnt ,Stamp" ".A HOME"OWNERS

SQUASH IB 1K( Basic"Education; \ II breeze.outalde of Small city down Hmlts, in :Pine- PALATKA EA 5-9168 Hwy. SOt 408-109 N. *\\Wl1 de I ;.POLICY MASONRYMATERIALS

payment.
!The Adult Basic' Education Busy monthly terms. MRS. PEGGY. SIIALLER I For Mobile Homes
Longchamp -
'
Programwill'( offer elementary 299 K. Adklns St. That
-- Const. Co. Qualify
.. Contact{ Bu LACY CONWAT"FLYING
..- education f Grades 1 to II
.. ford Mitchell Phone 964-8853 StarMs Agent CALL TIlE
FANCY GROWN VINE Itll'ENED 8) In the mornings afternoons SERVJCa MAN
P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfehgCLAMHIFIRIt FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane "'ROlol'KEYSTONEGeorge

? : m i Bernlce, Bateman and evenings.la coordtn-I Mrs. rentals. Greyhound Due I Ready Mix Concrete, Con
E. LaRue crete
TOMATOES 3 49 ator with office in th-'USO' Charter. Keep :your party to- i Block. Sand Rock.
Alt INSURANCE Cement. Mortar Steel Oyster
gather charter a b n phone AGENCY
building phone 9646800.
I IIATh.8l' < 964- 09f). Shell.!!! Limerock, Roof
-.. Clisscs In General Education tm IS' wur"" .......SLIMIRarh Uclt.1 Keystone Hts.( 473-4692 Gravel PreraAt Lintel and
and Consumer Education Window Sill. :
NEW CROP for The Housewife will,' wortf 0..er IS' ..._.e' INSURANCE SINGER AUTOMATIC Everything
I AT REDUCED BATES: CONSOLE for Mamonry (Construction.
be held throughout the county Extrah r*. If >>( MODEL
DOZ. l' for adults of all ages. II pulil !. . .ORANGES 45t DOYLE B. OONNEK blind! st.tches; buttonholes ANNOUNCING
The course in Consumer ,
,I MEMOIU"I.s. RKgOT.f: rION. INSURANCE '
0.Br OrMT AGENCY decorate.
*, etc.
Education for Housewives e em will Include: How to buy CARD OP "THANK PHONE 96 7504 ___ tfehir $30O. Has balance of $62 or

-- wisely.: How to cook and sew IW ''word .. ICM .--_..1I2OHt NEW MOBILE\ home chick- reliable party In this area can Ready Mix Plant
for the :.rh. word ..*.r so .__."f c TYPEWRITER RENTALS *, assume $2 weekly payments..
How to budget
family

; ash 20 & 24 wide
Buddy. Phone
the family'a finances; I Day, week or month. .Bradford Clemaon COLLECT: Jacksonville atKeystone
Layton Travel Trail 353-1946.
and other important areas. County Telegraph. Phonf Allk for credit man Heights
; ers. Liberty.
Taylor
: educe safe simple and fast 964-6305.' tf AeaJea. I ager. Will deliver. No '
..DOWLING'S Some adults in the Bradford vlth OoBeRO" tablets. Only 98c. UNDERWATERWEED buy sell trade. Year banlinainclng. flI I t'O"-' \ ObIljL''I'I
For Better
Service To
County area covered as WANTED Buckeye Trailer Hart
Corh'H: Drul!'! many as three grade levels CUTTING Attendant apply L,. B. Alavares Inc. 8878 Roosevelt Brd.) FOR SALE-.2: bedroom block That Area.

during;: the last school year. 3 I BEDROOM house. unfinished. Service Station, 109 N. Orange Park 364-3181.: tfchgMyer 20 acres tillable land.

: :Those who are not Interested 3>& acres Htrawberry land.nlle I. All Types mple Ave., Starke. tfojig 15: Pecan Trees. Harley Hazen We Will Not Be

PRODUCE MARKET In, the classes for themselves, Dare from city llmiU. Jt.OOOOO. Bulldozer A Power Tools :Rt. 1. Box 41. Starke. Phone Undersold.

urged to tell their p'h. 964-CS01. tfchg"HANK Terry F. Hnrdeo 11)4-1938. HC'hl!'
-. I friends about them. Drag Line Work Area Headquarters ForLawnmowen -
Power TelsMtCulloch .T. L. Bradley Bradford
YOU NOTES Beau _
J. C. Gardner Chain
Saw*
-
Ifully engraved In gold< or I FOR" RENT
.- sicl liver. $1.25 for box of 25, In- PHONE ....-71%* POWELLRESEPTS Pwrnps A Water Systems 2 I ''bedroom furnished-Concrete Block I

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR ludlng' envelopes. .- Bradford Brine Rentals.*-Stratum Bale! Service'Engine* 337 N. Clark Sf. Phone house 96 at$. I EngineeringCo.
Jountv Tele//\\'rapl\ tf Paul Landry"SILVER 5821. ltch/' '
230 N.K. 16Ul Av /\

'lIE RIGHT POINT for thrlect SANDS LAKE OLD HOME SITE Galnesvllto 378-9411 I FOR" SALE Or Rent-12' x I'

your fnvorlta RSTERJROOK $2.700 to $3.500 10 acres with pecan pear, persimmon ,- .tfchj I 57" unfurnished trailer. Terms. .
EXPERIENCE
I fountain pen. TELKvay ': GATOR BONE LAKE trees. This is the PEN: / HOUSE and rte" Watlon ,V,vJ'lto'Rt. 1 Box 38-B Starke.I
ynu write. Come la and place to build your dream Phone Starke
-- > 5RAPII.fo. $3,575 to $4,275 house. at Mama Priest ;Kindergarten ItpLOST I
AUII'. 17 and 18. Call
: .. 556: -- Developers! Ovcf EASY TERMS CORNER LOT :J64-7234 for information. i: 3 -deer 'hounds in the I 964-5403

RETURN 9 acres close In. Call for in- See S. E. McKay Convenient:: two bedroom 4tchg 8/31 vicinity -pf, .s mpHOn Lake. ,

urination.to.. Kpynton. Height' home, large comfortable r Name"'' and. -phone number onImarlt. Keystone Ready
......
L'OR .SA.LE. 100t
Ford V-8 Mix
473-4710: or 4734133Phonens : rooim.' with screen porch and ( (Reward... Billy Grlffls.D646331 .
1 547& 4 Lots! Approx. runs good $295. 3. R.'BIIIIng.ton. / I
; Itp Keystone
10' 300'. 473-4816 oar port. Lowdown payment, I .
EWELL by Planted in '
LAWSON gross low monthly payments. .flchg ... 473-4285
&: ready to bulkl on. Well S.(
eptlc tank. Buy one or all FORCED TO SELL -. Owner N feed .Small Tracts dose in APARTMENTS JTJRNISHED I FOR.SALE. .:-.Studio Couch
elng transferred. $83.00: PER MONTH can' be.'made: : I Into day bed. Ex FOR RENT .- 3 and
Pay equity 1 fwo: to 20 acres. Have buyer* rooms
: TO THE N to. 542 Priced Right! Cot- ind assume mortgage. Concrete \'I' vailing; FOR RENT -new furnished cellent' condl lon. Also breakfast !bath furnished cottage. 515

ta get :5 s rooms with enclosed : block construction. 3 air-conditioned one bed-room set; dropleaf table with Nona St. tfchsf:;

:: CITY COUNCIL GROUP 4 orch. Priced at $1400. bedrooms living room, dining BILL POWELL apartments near' BItS Avall- 4, chairs reasonable. Joe Mar
STROUT RKALTY tinez. Ph. 964-6467. GOOD, USED TYPEWRITERS
room kitchen, tile 'bath Rtal Estate ablee immediately or Sept. 1. 2tp
117 N. Temple Ave., StarKe Married front $55. Standards and
icreened
porch patio. Land 404 W. Madison St. couples preferred. Call -
: 15 Year Experience In Fla. ((90 I) 964.6609 leaped and: tree shaded lot Ernest Tew Realty fti' Oalnsvllle POSITION"AIL,\ LE Portables. Alao Typewriters
YOUR Phones: Off. I-646I for Rent. Bradford County
OR RKNT-Small unfurnlshd Call:= 9S4-7420 for appointment ; at 376-6461. 2tchg 8,31, Good opportunity for man 2735. Telegraph. tf

: City Government. I 2 bedroom house. Large: tfchg After Iln. 533-2018 S Good starting- salary with

ard. Ideal for couple or BLUE TICK P. O. Box 1089 Starke. Fla. FOR RENT-4 room and bath f fringe' benefits. including In-
female. No col'ar MAI.K IIEIJ' WANTED
mall family. 233 N. &1'. urnlahed apartment. Call 964- mrance program. Must have
-
FOB RENT
or nameplate, must identify -Furnished: largi 3832. drivers' license experience not MEAT CUTTER and beef goner
: Itchg to get her. Robert J JU. 1 l bedroom alr-conclltlonec tfchjr
Starling. to
HE WILL WORK FOR necessary. For progressive work In Gainesville.
Leon C Kill, 2, Box 188, Starke. cottage: near BHS; $72month. OR< RENT--Small 2-bedroom, I man willing fo learn. Apply In State age experience and

: Improved Streets, Drainage and Stand-in Tower Facilities 4tchg 8/31 Benner Apt. 633 MeMahonc. furnished house. 739 N. Walnut writing, sCatlng qualifications. schooling. Write P. O. Box

: W. C. T. U. \ Ph. 864-6279. tfchg 3t. Call 964-7444.. or'984-5070. An appointment will be arranged. 702 Gainesville, Fla. 2C/cn:' ?

: O Better Working Conditions and Higher Salaries for City AGENT WANTED for- established OAT: FOR SALE-14 ft. Itp All applications held 9/7
TO REALIZE A TRULY
Employees. In strickest confidence.
fiberglass runabout with 3Cip.
Insurance Debit HELP
W
A.NTED---Apply at
TOEE AM: ERICA V. I>O
: Must have auto and. have lived h; electric starting Evlnrude Waters Enco 800 9-
9 Better relations/ between all councilmen and department heads. fOUR PART TO GET RID In vicinity for number of years ind trailer $41 .00. Phone Cllord South Walnut St.Station. Itchg LADE GAS OF STARKE, Experienced Typist will do all

: O F THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC 'rhls U a .wonderful opportunity f :Martin.! 964-7378. Itchg INC. kinds of typing In my home.

If I fail to see you personally before the election, please don't hold it ""II",*,'". .' [S.ath''ft' Voi..'> for someone who wants to WANTED-USED H ton. Pick PO BOX 998 Phone 84-7710. 2tchg 9/7

-- against me. I will appreciate your vote and active support. 2tohg 8131'OR : make a career in the Insurance up truck. ,Phone 964-6240 STARKE FLA. 83091

-- blJslne s. If qualified will IOU9E!: FOR SALE: Must\ sell Itch* FOR SALE-59 Plymouth; 61

: (Pd. Pol. Adv.) SALE -4 bedroom itarf you at $100 per week 3 I bedroom 3 bath house. Locaed FOR SALE-Honda: Sport 65: Ford wagon: Magic Chef

I ionic< large fenced lor garHe while training. Call 872-3694 Close to schools and town. FOR; SALE-Used 15; ea, ft.chest \ 1967 model. Take up pay range; 1 Yorkshire and Hamp-

I a [ and stornire. Kingslevkt n. Morris for appointment., C all after 6:00: PM for appoint type Hotpolnt deep ments. Phone 964-7649 or 964- shire sow. All very reasonable.

>. I'll. 633-2&S4.: : :! It :!tchg' 0/7 iient. Htohjr97 freeze. Phone 9C4-A5A1. Itohj C557.: : Itp fall: 96-1-7388. ?tp 97PAOE









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Trys Out U. S. A.
and ice skate when she vjai I exchange sudent two years After school la out In June I States. She will return to ,
only six years old ago Helkki .is attending an Ellsa will Join other exchange -I Finland next August I
When it to 1
comes teenage
I !advanced technical school to students for a three- I
A social activities It's rather Vote for Ewell LawtonOI"EV
? : "TypcoScandinavian/ / Lass apparent that the world Is become a textile engineer. week bus tour of the United

,"i'' really a much smaller place
From Finland-the land of bright blue eyes fair complexion than most folks think. Much V (
I vast green forests, 1 sparkling and a prrpetua like the average American! : :LLLVV: : : ,
.lakes and the worldfamoussauna I smile, Ellsa poses a stor) r teenager most of Ellsa'a
or "steam bath" book picture of the "typical spare time in Finland was
;("comes Miss Elsa Relika. 17,1 Scandinavian lass. Althoug!' spent dating, dancing [ttc
':liadford High School's for-i, she is quick to point out thai rock and roll music. of
elm exchange student for the the "typical" Image AmerIcana course], going to movies and
i 1967-68 term. I hold of the bluj-eyed watching television.
:j A pretty blonde, with blondeheaded Scandinavia Many of the rock groups ",,
1.. such as the "Monkeys",
"RoIlIng Stones" and the '. ...

:: You Eat Better For Less h1r "Beatles"-whlch such a frenzy have among created 'A + :' 'r rt'r:

7 4II American teenagers are

;\ When You Shop/ City Fish II I I 4 equally"teenybopper"popular set in with Finland.the t b.:. >. :: 1 ..PL

Ellsa has found American
Food much to her IIklng-
U.S. GOOD perhaps too much so-as she
Intimated, In a universally
I feminine manner, that it has
BEEF SALE already begun to effect her

: -- I waistline.
CHUCK\: She has tried several
ROAST OR STEAK LB. 59c I American dishes for the first
time, Including corn-on-the-

RIB STEW LB. 39c ] cob butter, marshmallows shrimp and peanut canta t ,f f5,
loupe. The only native food L ::'
that she really misses is a ,1 l uu ryV.
I BRISKET STEW LB. 29c Finnish variety of rye bread.
I Although it may' prove to V.. r it fu, rv tei
be a disappointing fact to
ALL MEAT STEW LB. 69c the male students at BITS tastfrO'Ez'
Elisa has a boy friend in
RIB STEAK LB. -- .Finland. His name is Helkki \tf.i" I
79C
I Mattila and he too studiedIn
II AJVt TO 10:30
Kllmi Rpllka, 17-yeiir-ol.l' HI1S foreign exchange student on :
,
II an
the United States as
.
FRESH GROUND BEEF a forest outing; near her .homo In Lahtl. Finland.Is \. I .
\ Vote for_ Exu-ll Lawson
39c LB. OR 3 LBS. .
$1.00 I not really an accurate one. difference between upon returning to Finland
SMOKED BACON LB. 59c I "Many more people have and her homeland. FIOflda.1 :she must complete the seventh
J I dark: hair than light ]hair In scribed the disparity: I and eighth year rtudles,,
Finland," she said. length of daylight. Becauseall i at her own high school I WEEKEND SPECIAL -- THO RS. FRI. SAT. -- ONLY i'
,
..J I Ellsa whose home Is In of the country lies noithof Finnish, students attend, ,
PORK SALE i I Lahti Finland's fourth the sixtieth parallel, the school six days a week and I
I largest city-Js. sponsored: as summer days are long and I carry a more extensive
an exchange student by the cool, while the winter days I class load than do Amtrlcan'1'I I
.; BOSTON BUTTS LB. 59c I I Rotary Club through an arrangement are short and cold. Duringthe high school students. In her'I
1 I with the American summer daylight persists last year of school In Finland Zebra Plants
Field Services. Line arrived for as long as 19 hours in Ellsa studied tho fol-
PORK SIDE with RIBS LB. 59c In Jacksonville, via the southern part of the lowing subjects! : English i,
'New York City on August country...... while winter days Swedish, Berman French..,
: 3 LBS. OFDOWN : 12 and will reside with Mr are as short as 6 hours In Finnish world history,
'
I and Mrs. Ernie Patz and the extreme northern part ,glon, biology, geology, reu-I r
: RIBS for B-B-Q LB. 69c I family during the school of the country she explained ematlcs [algebra and geometry J.
:1 I there Is continuous daylight ] and art. At BHS she I AN IDEAL PLANT
year.Understandably ONLY'
1y I excited and for as long as ten weeks will study English, American
y' BACKBONE LB. 59c a bit bewildered by the! experiences making Finland one of the history, speech, humanities i 99"
'j I, of her first few lands of the "midnight sun" French and typing. FOR HOME THE
FRESH PORK weeks In the United Plates Schools in Finland are or- Having already studied five
SHOULDERS LB. 45c I
i Ellsa Is probably most Impressed ganized differently than In languages Elisa plans to en- ..
with the "friendly the United States. As Ellsa ter the Language Institute In
YEAR AROUND
HAMS LB. 59c I people" the "delicious; food" explained it, there Is a nine- Tampere Finland when she
I -and though perhaps not year publls school, which Is ,completes high school, to '
I toe favorablyby the' hot compulsory for youngsters prepare for work as an Interpreter :
SAUSAGE MEAT LB. 59c weather. from seven to fifteen years Pet &At'
FRESH GROUNDFRYERS I Elisa's homtown of T..ahtl. old. However, student who Elisa, like most Finnish "ftj a
although In Southern Fin pass required examinations, people loves sports-including'
I land, Is I located at about 61 can after four years of pub- skiing, ice ,skating, gymnastics fCN MIt"AC C0
LB. 33c degrees north latitude, where lic school, enter an eight- basketball, volleyball and
GRADE A FLA.STOCK summer temperatures aver :year public school, which is track. The area around Lahtl ,
I age only about 62 degrees. Ellsa has attended c.ne of Is one of Finland's most popular .
r "I'm so tired after ine hot these high schools ror six winter sports centers I' PHONE 961-5745 539 E. CALL STREET
Ahe said. "It's She will be memberof which, explains the ., .. .
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295 SQUARE IN. NOW 487.45 .
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19" Screen NOW $112.46


ONE ROCK MAPLE EARLY $750.00 'ILt
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TV 23" Screen NOW $562.50


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Dreamy new cover in lovely autumn leaves print, quilted THE BACK SUPPORTER 7950
With Full New Warranty Instant Credit for extra luxury in Koolfoam foam rubber Gentle

but-firm support. Study handles for easy mattress turn- For out-of-this-world comfort. It's the famous Back
Liberal Financing ing. Tailored prebuilt border. King-size set Supporter Mattress. Luscious new Apricot Brocade
quilted cover. Exclusive Karr pivot-hinge springs
> HOME work independently to give healthful comfort with
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AirConditionerIs keeperA .SFJC ated clothing ana wash with lesson i I When working In the\ carl
Stolen 1050 gradluate of the I. Ready Let's GoGardening I soap and water. Even if you I, 1 guard against cuts all
Tools lying around the
on
University of :Florida! ,
with
I \ a a Protect all ]
don't spill the pesticide, always cut
To Offer are
ground can cause an acci
B. S.
degree in buslribsu administration -
A 0.000 BTU Genera)! Electric Mr. Colbert I wash your hands and dent. Stepping on a hoe can rake tirl'p proper antiseptic( coy
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air-conditioner was stolen I f race after a session with a
the handle to fly send
cause up
served during World War II (:Courses HereSanta :
from the Livestock Building i as an Air Force pilot spray can. with such force as to plant a aid:!, Use gloves if your akin i(I
I emerging -
at the fair Grounds on north ( with the rank of 1st lieutenant If you should feel sick After goose-egg size bump on ..yournoggin the : to rash
Temple Ave. sometime between Fe Junior College Is ,
applying a pesticide contactthe plus shattering your
He still holds a commercial By nerve, Sharp, Editor:
Aug. 2 -30. according: to Dep- prepared,I to offer several family, doctor. In an emergency
I ) pilot's Ucens VlorliU Agricultural Extension glasses. auto Vote for Ewell Lawnon
uty Sheriff Dolph Reddish courses: which may be taken be sure to take the
The theft was reported to The new Innkeeper Is a for J Junior College credit or Service pesticide container or the
the Sheriffs member of the Lake City tor J' personal Wle. In order for
Department
label to the with.
hospital
I Hobbles like gardening you.
Rotary Club and the Lake
SO be maintained,
Wednesday morning Aug t the coarsen! to C catching ratttlesnakes and If there Is only] a "dab"ofthe
The air-conditioner was left In j City Golf & Country club. in I enrollment of 18 Is necesC
I scuba diving can be dan chemical left over don'tremove
He is married to the former
a booth In the fair building | mry I in each. ortaUe elcctrKc&f
I it from its original or ,
It belongs to the Bradford Jean Mary May of Savan- The courses will begin during I gerous.
Fair Association. nah, Qa and they have two the: first week of October with The worst C-anger Is not container. Storing shall a- ,
Reddish sold there arc no children Bart, 14, and Barbara Sates: and times to be announced following the label when applying mounts in a spare baking iai one witb'a y lttl t) ''an Xa }
lend on the theft. 7.Before. later. pesticides. Using a powder can or a box for pow- .,
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Vote assuming his new Anyone Interested In any of pesticide properly Is no more dered milk is inviting a one- } btiepntiblttlat's +a't"e ;
for Kwell': Lawium12Wides. duties in early October Mr. the following courses may con- dangerous than driving an way trip to the hospital.
-= Colbert will attend a three- tact Ted Oglesby 1 the USO auto. Remember. carelessness -I Never store pesticides near
I wHoliday foods of kind. For safe-
week management course building, phone 964-6800: with a chemical or a any
: I I I conducted by Holiday.:' Inns Basic English-EH103Th car can cause death. ty's sake, keep food In
\ of read the kitchen cabinets and chem
Inn Aemlrca Inc. at Memphis English Language Even though you
I Tenn. EHIOO directions last week, pause icals in a locked cabinet out t
Custom Made Mrs. Coats and their children Principles of Mathematics again to review the label. in the tool shed.
,
For Florida Living Will Change will leave for Meridianthe MS100 Then take care to heed all Care With Tools
latter part of next week. The Social Studies-SO100 directions cautions and You are In for a shocking
Get More\ ManagementThe In time for the opening of The Humanltle9--HMI00 warnings.And experience if you use electric
YOU the new school term. Mr.. Effective Speaking-SH200 even If the directions hedge clippers or a lawnmower
For Your $ $ promotion and transfer Coats will remain at the Inn The Individual In a Changing don't say to play it safe with a frayed cord. bl

No Salaried or Cora oI David L. Coats to gentral in Starke until October 1. Environment-BB100 by wearing gloves, sleeves So check all power cords be-
missioned EmployeesDAD manager of Holiday! Inn rolled down and collar but fore plugging them in A ;
No. 1 of Meridian. Miss and:! Gainesville Man THB RIGHT POINT for he toned. Wearing shorts is taboo winter-weary cord may ha/ve .(" .: (
& BRAD LARSEN";; the appointment" of Jack: B. the way eau write. Come In when applying chemicalsIn developed an old-age Truck in "
LIKE TO WORK I, Colbert to general manager- Charged i and (reluct your favorite ES- the garden. its Insulation that will cause ,, <, 'f4c 't, (
If should spill some an electric current to shock
chip of the local Inn was an- TERBROOK fountain pen. you 'f '
pesticide material on yourself you into doing a fast-step- .! ',:" '''', ....
YOU !Benefit! nounced today by Mike P. TELEGRAPH "' ,
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2-Car Crash remove the contamln- ping Charleston In one quick ...i '
Sturdivant and Eearle Jones :(. : ',
Holiday Inn franchlu hold- '4 <,
AH Sizes vn Display A two-car accident, .1 miles I' "t' ,, '"

I 8-10-12 Wide ers.The transfer will return south of Starke on U. s. 301 ,". "" ,
\Yi Bathn. Coats to his native city and Friday resulted In a Gainesville I''I l y < ''' :' ,'", ? (
and Expandables to the Inn where he started man, James H. Pullen, IT'S EASY TO WRITE ,::&, .: ''-'; :1
his career !In the motel and 20, being charged with! following j.\ < \ "
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restaurant field. too closely. .'I'#( Hew and Used Coats has been with the Pullen was driving M 1982 RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS : ;) :t7J,1: j, C't-...
Starke Inn since it openedtwo Pontiac north on U. S. 301. ljl t f1 :
I H i 7r. financing available and during' and after
years ago passing a car returned r
c _. that time has distinguished to the' outside lane- Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better results :t: IT Iy ';ir; SMITH-CORONN'4ht '

fse: Our Rental-Pur himself in the field'' of public apparently not seeing a 1963 than in ,. t PARENTS" '"', !I; II1fi'M" __ '
salesmanship print.
chase Plan-Payments service. Currently he U com- Ford pickup, driven by Ossle Remember, a good Want Ad is nothing more = l. ..; The Coronet gives yon' all the speed, ease and wondSref _

Under; $50 Per Month pleting a term as presidentof Cason, 76, of Rt. 2, Starke. r1 Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you we when telling Ji. ;tt f lectric typing...st ocjy( a little Amore toad tba sags of M dwrrtiw.wwn
the Starke-Bradford The Pullen vehicle hit the q'f<:";M ordinary portable., +.r' +
County Chamber of Commerce rear of the Cason pickup friends and neighbors about what you have to offer. ,." t -
and is serving on the which traveled 138 feet to '

NOW.' boards of the BradfordUnion the right hand shoulder following I Don't Abbreviate Don't be Penn\VI_ and Pound- KEYBOARD .
County Vocational school, the Impact The Gainesville Foolish FULL 88 CHARACTER tbD came
the Starke Golf & Country man's car traveled 142 Surveys and studies prove that most w u on office electrics: plus fan-length op-Croat taba.
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE Club, and the Florida Hotel feet onto the median after Ill Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate :.. lation. Set clear tabulate from the keyboard;
& Motor Hotel Association.In Impact. stand abbreviations. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want "e 5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS .:
addition, he is a memberof Damage to the Cason pickup ill people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the At your fingertip command!:spaces,dots d *h**'.""X'."M
Full Lake Privileges the Bradford County Zoning was estimated at $300 I don't keep them guessing with abbreviations. effectiveness of your Want Ad by making underlines. Type faster.. cJectncaOyt
Commission.In while Pullen's car Inl urreq LEARN TO TOiTrrr-TYPE
Homestead Exempt- It Remember, you're not PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch
leaving the local 100- $400 In damages.A I incomplete. IN ONLY TEN DAYSI -
Financing: unit Inn Starke's first Inn- passenger! in the pickup, Ptrl Yourself In the Prospects Shoe: placing: a Want Ad to save money Get :s LP records and instruo- that pleases you, and electricity doe ffio work Mprint
keeper Is scheduled to take Mrs. Magic Cason was shaken you're Inserting your ad to get results Won pages in a handsomcaaa perfect<: every time! ,
Lake Geneva over a 124-unlt operationwith up In the accident and Ii Give full Information and all the de- and make money. Making your ad too lot only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE-Pate (3e.geoh1, Copy-Set
restaurant snack shops, reported to Bradford County( I tails about what\ you have to offer short may save a few pennies that lose chase this handsome new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck;;Quick: Set'"' *Mar-
lounge, and meeting rooms. Hospital for examination. Describe your offering in benefit terms you dollars In results. Snuth-Cbrona portable! gins, and a deluxe TrimlineT carrying case: -
Trailer Sales Mr. Colbert will come to satisfiestell prospects why your offer And It Is\ To Order Tour Ad:
Easy
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Starke from Lake City wherehe Hampton Man need Give sizes, dimensions KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODATC NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LJVINQ
OB Route 100. One Mile SZ was manager of the capacity, condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will
Keyntona Heights Blanche Hotel for 12 years And don't forget price! Want Ads help you word your ad for beet possible
Open Sun. &; Evening; Joining the staff of the Holiday Escapes InjuryIn without price are 60% less effective results. All you do is pick up your Only $159.36Plus
Inn of Lalte City earlier ii than ads wVLh price telephone and they do the rest. I' Tax
-- this year as assistant inn- Crack-up.

:, VCJ'LieNow I A Bradford County man, Only $1 For 15 Words BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

.R Erwin Doyle Williamson, 23,
You Can Pay M of Hampton escaped InJur y TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS
Saturday when his 196!
All Your Insurance Chevrolet pickup ran off -
I county road striking a pine GET RESULTS
I tree..3 miles south of
With
Hampton. CHECK YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES

Williamson said that the PHONE 964.6305 1 e
A-frame broke on the truck
ONE CHECKWhether causing the vehicle to swerveto
the left. a [ What Do You Need? We Have It!

The accident, which occur-
red as Williamson was driving -
you need life, health car, north on the unpaved
home or property insurance, try Nation- countY! road toward J3R-13,
resulted In an estimated 'I,- .,-
wide's new PREMIUM PAY PLAN. All IT'S ILLEGALFor
united
200 damage to the pickup. 9991 h chair
your premiums can 'be combined and .
No charges were filed in the company
paid in easy installments. For details, mishap. Buy a Heyer Executive

call me: Person Persons in Model 82 Posture
Stores To Close Any or to Engage Spirit Duplicator and get a'


BILL POWELLPhone I For Labor DayCity Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless r FREE'13.00 Starter Kit!

and County offices ltmasing TOW. duplicator prtnti 100 cool* e
964-6464 404 W. Madison St j banking Institutions, the post minute, ft colprt et one*, postcard to legal"
Nn an ordinary papar .or nun Thermal
Starke Florida office and most business Hasten, suitable printed;malttr' r cm afeo b*
I houses will be cloned for ob- I The Name Is Registered .voductd' la I nlnut servance of Labor Day on Mon
I day, Sept> 4.
I It will be back to businessas Read This Florida Law
usual on Tuesday when
Bradford County students and Now
teachers alao report to their "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons' as defined. k.r..la. la you can _

school.A classrooms!. for the first day of engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name. herein label anything!

fined. without and unless said fictitious shall .b. registered with the
attaawlda j Mutual Insurance: CompanyNatlonwlde Mutual Fire! Iniunnctt Company name WITH
Mitmwid* Lifo. Iniuranea home officer; Columbus, Ohio WIFORO'a
Company CliiMltted Ad hi the TELEGRAPH
clerk A{ the circuit court of the county where the principal place of bosteeasIs.

. bring resultal- wits registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit :2hmzpli.Tsor;

signed by all Interested persons, stating,under eath the name efUl
t
those Interested In the business! enterprise, the extent ef the la MARKER AnvU-

I ler *t of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried Writes'""a>n any' aurfaeai, Olata., I I Lam
PI..tll"
r,? wood cloth, P
en. Said registration may net be made until the person. persons desiring '.. "waxed" pipe,.I1'.tc.. I A quality

Thanks For The Vote Of to engage In business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or PCNMANENTWATI.FROO high' -Intenetglamp

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once: a 'week for four rr 49" N s mod.rah< l plte| '"
DRYING'WProbfems
C4)) consecutive! weeks In some newspaper) as defined by law In the !county' I 912.95
Confidence You anftaili
Have Plac-
where said registration Is to be made and Paid registration shall not be -

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court eveevt upon receiving: proof eeueh /

weed In Me Me publication.
; Continuing i ? :


__ Unopposed As Your Mayor. If you are engaged! in business under any name Elmar'i Glut-All w','. b

I "' ...... Elmti'i Epoiy Glut

t --a I other,than your own, and have not had this name' Hmer'tcoMaetcgment I,i _

ThY1.

It is with deep gratitude that I express to you my appreciation !I properly advertised and registered we will be .a Llirtr's.ryrpp glut y.yr.p tot BlCFAfr DESK CALENDAR Y

New Model No.211 Corn-
for you having continued me unopposed as Tice Cade, Avenueeannl banes handy..memo and
350 Madison
I glad to give all Information to \ New Yak.Maw appol11tment pllei--2: celenderelnl. -
your mayor. I promise 1 will continue to serve you in as you necessary as York 10017 .Besetn uUo!

capable and efficient manner as possible atl all tim s. what -- --- walnut or silver grayv ,

1 I you should doeBRADFORD

Sincerely, I

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AirConditionerIs keeper. SFJC ReadyTo -ated clothing ana wash with lesson. When rakes are left on-the When working In1\.. 11'1"I I
A 1050 of
graduate the
Stolen University of Florida, with a Let's GoGardening soap and water. Even if sou Tools lying around on the ground, be sure that teeth den guard against cuts and I
B. S. degree In tmsiribss administration Offer don't spill the pesticide, always ground can cause, an accident are down. A false.ste1> on a Infections. Protect all cuts
A 5000 BTU General Electric Mr. Colbert wash your hands and Stepping" on a hoe can rake with teeth up could with proper antiseptic coverings -
alr-condlttoner was stolen 1, served during World War IIas Courses HereSanta j face after a session With+ a cause the handle to fly up send you limping to a first .
from the Livestock Building an Air Force pilot emerg- spray can. with such force as to plant a aid:!, station. Or a rake left In' Use gloves If your skin Is
at the fair Grounds m north If ing with the rank of let lieu- If you should feel sick after goose-egg size 'bump on :yournOll'aln the driveway could cost you susceptible to rash.
II
Temple Ave. sometime between Fe Junior College is I art
tenant He still holds a com- By Hervey Sharpe Editor!: applying a pesticide contactthe plus shattering; your several installments on
Aug. 20-30, according to Deputy prepared to offer several family, doctor. In an emergency i
mercial pilot's Ucens Florida" Agricultural Kxtonlon glasses auto tire
Sheriff Dolph Reddish. courses which may be taken be sure to take the Vote for Ewell Lawson
The theft Wall reported to The new Innkeeper is a for Junior College credit or Service container the
pesticide
Che Sheriff's Department H member of the Lake City for personal une. In order for or ,
label to the
hospital with
I Hobbles like gardening you.
Rotary Club and the Lake -
30 be ,
Wednesday morning: Aug. the courses to maintained catching ratttlesnakes and If there Is only a "dab"ofthe
The air-conditioner left I City Golf & Country Club.
was In an. enrollment of 18 Is necessary -
a booth In the fair bullyingIt He is married to the former in each. scuba diving can be> daniel'OUS. chemical left over don'trelnove esP0lttable'
it from its original I CtI' t bpr
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belongs to tho Bradford Jean Mary May of Savan- The courses will begin during Or' > Fair Association. nah, Qa and they have two the first week of October with The worst Ganger Is not container. Storing nall a-
Reddish said, there anno children Bart, 14, and Bar- dates and times to ,be announced following the label when applying mounts In a spare baking
Using a powder can or a box tor pow r d ',e
lends on the theft. bara, 7Before later. pesticides. thaty
more dered milk is inviting a one a. ,aKIAA Ortabl@ 'ttaA
assuming his new Anyone Interested In any of pesticide properly is no
Vote for E"II Lawson, way trip to the hosPital.
duties in early October. Mr. the following courses may contact dangerous than driving an
: :' rte Colbert/ will attend I a three- I Ted Oglesby I the USO auto. Remember carelessness Never store pesticides near
0Holiday week management course building, phone 064-6800: with a chemical or a I foods of any kind. For safe-
T'Yides. sake, food in the
\ I I conducted by Holiday!:!' Inns Basic English-EH103 car can cause death. ty's keep
kitchen cabinets and chem-
Ii Inn of Aemirca Inc. at Memphis. The English Language Even though you read the
i I Tenn. EH100 directions last week, pause icals in a locked cabinet out t '
Custom Made I Mrs. Coats and their chil- Principles: of Mathematics again to review the label. in the tool shed h!
For Florida Living Will Change dren will leave for Meridianthe MS100' Then take care to heed all Care With Tools '
latter part of next week, The Social Studies-SO100 directions cautions and You are in for a shocking
Get More\ ManagementThe in time for the opening of The HumanlUet--'HM100! warnings.And experience if you use electric _
YOU For Your $ $ the new school term Mr.. I Effective Speaking: :- 3H200 even If the directions hedge, clippers or a lawn
promotion and trans- Coats will remain! at the Inn I The Individual in a Changing don't say to play it safe mower with a frayed cord.
No Salaried or Commissioned fer or David L. Coats to general in Starke until October 1. Environment-BE100 by wearing gloves sleeves So check all power cords be- 1
EmployeesDAD manager of Holiday Inn rolled down and collar buttoned fore plugging them in. A
No. 1 of Meridian, Miss! and:! Gainesville Man TUB RIGHT POINT for the Wearing shorts is taboo winter-weary cord may halve/
& BRAD LARSEN\ the appointment of Jack B. the way ecu write. Come Inand when applying chemicalsin developed an old-age truck in
LIKE TO WORK I Colbert to genera: manager select your arorlte\ ES- the garden.If its insulation that will cause
1 ship of the local Inn was announced Charged TEBBROOK fountain pen. you should spill some an electric current to shock t tt
YOU Benefit! today by Mike P. TELEGRAPH. pesticide material on yourself you into doing a fast-step
Sturdivant and Eearla Jones, 2-Car CrashA remove the contamin ping Charleston in one quick iI

Holiday Inn franohl-u\ hold-
AH Sizes
en Display two-car accident, .1 miles .ea -
4 8-JO-12 WidesI ers.The transfer will return south of Starke on U. S. 301
1 y, Bdths ,I Coats to his native city and Friday, resulted in a Gainesville -
I and Expandable to the Inn where he started man, James H. Pullen, IT'S EASY TO WRITERESULTPRODUCING !
his career In the motel and 29, being charged wIth! following ;:
restaurant field. too closely.
Hew and Used Coats has been with the Pullen was driving Mi 1982 WANT ADS C *
Starke Inn since it opened Pontiac north on U. S. 301, cf r o n. j
8- TTr. financing available tau years ago, and during and after passing a car, returned "
=-t,- _- __= that time has dlstlrguiShed to the outside lane-- Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better results. # by SMITH-CORONA

Use Our Rental-Pur himself in the field' 01 public apparently not seeing a. 1903 than salesmanship in print. ,
chase PlanPaymentsUnder service Currently he U com- Ford pickup, driven by Ossle Remember, a good Want Ad is nothing more -?- The) Coronet tins yon aR the speed, ease md __' _td

J30 Per Month pleting a term as president Cason, 76, of Rt. 2, Starke. Write your Want Ad In the same friendly style you use when telling electric typing...at onty a little jgnore fbad toll t cost of a4 +
-. -.- of the Starke-Bradford The Pullen vehicle hit the ( ordinary portable. aiera {.eM-rweM.
County Chamber of Com- I rear of the Cason pickup, friends and neighbors about what you have to offer. 3"S
merce, and is serving on the which traveled 138 feet to
NoIEMobile boards of the BradfordUnion the right hand shoulder following IKin't be Penn'VI_ and Fouod-
Don't Abbreviate) '1
FULL 83! CHARACTER I KEYBOARD the
County Vocational School, the Impact. The Gain- Foolish I fame
the Starke Golf Ot Country esville man's car traveled 142 Surveys and studies! prove that most as on office electrics plus full-length, op-front tabo,
Home SitesAVAILABLE Club, and the Florida Hotel feet onto the median after Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate M lation. Set; clear,tabulate from the keyboard.
&; Motor Hotel Association.In impact. stand abbreviations Make It easy for unneeded words from your Want 5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS Tat I
addition, he is a memberof Damage to the Cason pickup people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the _. your;fingertip command: spaces,dots.dahctX' 'g and
Full Lake Privileges the Bradford County Zon- was estimated at $300 don't keep them guessing with abbrevl- effectiveness of your Want Ad by mak ? nnderline'' Type faster .. .
LEARN
Homestead ing Commission. while Pullen's car lmurre< ations. TO TOUCn-TYW
Exempt- In leaving the loesl 100- $400 In damages. ing !it incomplete., Remember you're not IN ONLY TEN DAYS! PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR ft* flu touch

Financing unit Inn, Starke's first Inn- A passenger In the pickup Pn1 Yourself In the Prospects Shoes: placing a Want Ad to save money Get 5 LP records and instruct. that Phases you, and electricity doe tin weak/ "punt
keeper is scheduled to takeover Mrs. Magie Cason, was shaken you're inserting: your ad to get results\ tics pages in a handsoaicaM perfect"every time!
Lake Geneva a 124-unlt operation up In the accident and< Give full information and all the de- and make money. Making your ad too lot only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE-Page Gage'"'. Cbpy-Set** I,.
I with restaurant, snack shops, reported to Bradford fount; I tails about what you have to offer- short may save a few pennies that lose chase this handsome, new Adjustment,Forward-Glide top deck; Quick Set&Map:
lounge and meeting rooms. Hospital for examination. : Describe your offering in boneflt terms you dollars in,results. South-Corona portable! gjnS|end j,deluxe Trimlino carrying case.
Trailer Sales Mr. Colbert will come to tell prospects why your offer
And It In To Order Your Adi:
Starke from Lake City where Hampton Man I satisfies their needs... GIve sizes, dimensions Easy KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODATC NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LWINQ
OB Route 100 One Mile SB he was manager !of the capacity, condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Vleora will
Keystone Ilelfht Blanche Hotel for 12 ears, And don't forget price! Want Ada help you word your ad for best possible -
Open Sun. & Evenings Joining the staff of the Holiday Escapes InjuryIn without price are 50%" less effective results. All you do Is pick up your Only $159.36Plus
Inn of Late City earlier\ than ads with price telephono and they do the rest Tax
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Bradford County man, Only $1 For 15 Words BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :

Erwin Doyle Williamson, 23.

Now You Can Pay Saturday of Hampton when escaped his Injury 106! TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS

All Your Insurance t"'' Chevrolet pickup ran off -
rrl county road striking a pine GET RESULTS
With tree .3 miles south of
; Hampton. CHECK YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES

Williamson said that the PHONE,,964-6305 I II .
A-frame broke on the truck, III
ONE CHECKWhether
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causing the vehicle to
swerveto ____ r What
the left. Do You Need? We Have It!

The accident! which occur-
red as Williamson was driving ,
you need life, health, car, north on the unpaved
home or property insurance try Nation- countYI: road toward SR-13,
wide's new PREMIUM PAY PLAN. All resulted in an estimated: $1- IT'S ILLEGALFor tL il'" united
your premiums can be combined and 200 damage to the pickup.No $999S n chair
charges were filed in the # company
paid in easy installments. For details, mishap. Buy a Heyer lxecutlve:

call me: Person Persons in .>, Model 82 posture
Any or to Engage
Stores To Closer Spirit Duplicator and get a'

BILL POWELLPhone or, Labor DayCity FREEM3.00 Starter Kit!
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ,
964-6464 and County offices, Anuilng' TOW duplicator print 100 eocla' e
404 W. Madison 8t the minute, 9 color/ at once, postcard to legal
tanking Institutions
post ... .
tin on ordinary prpar or with Thermal
Starke Florida office, and moat business Hasten" tcltabla"" printed matter can afco be .,
houses will be cloned for observance Die Name Is Registered ..wwlu.. ...4 .In..a minute at vary low cost. 5395

of Labor Day on Mon-
dry, Bec>t. 4.
It will be back to business Read This Florida Law

as usual on Tuesday when
Bradford County students and Now
F eachera also report to their "It ahall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined ........ toengage you can' _
tc
chool.laasrooms for the first day of ; In business as herein defined under a fictitious name* herein defined label anything!

Natlapwid Mutual' '.ou.ce Company Notla.wlde Mutual' Fir Insurance' Company without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered wtth the '
Nati,<*iwtd Life,' Insurance Company .home office, Columbus, Ohio ,,
: A CloMlfled Ad In the TELEiRAPU Clerk of the circuit court of the county. where the principal place of bnsiaMHto. ", "
( bring re uItIIo ; ; ;'
wit, registration shall censist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit Ci"i' Tensor

signed by Interested persons, stating,under nth the names ofid '

l those Interested in the business enterprise the extent of the In* /INS POINT MARKER j' Anvil-

tore t of each and the fictitious name tinder which said l business I Is carried Writ.metal"UCII. on any urfei, wood.,or.cloth.,., I Lamp

en. Said registration may not*be made until the person or persons desiring oil.. waxed per.l 1M''''.,.,ate. : quality

PE W Thanks For The Vote Of to engage In business under' a fictitious name shall] hare advertised his. or PIRMANINT I filgh-lnttnsityljmp
I WATCRPMOO 49" I at a moderate
; their Intention to register: said fictitious! name at least once a week for four' MOT DHTMa 'V I price. --

Confidence (4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the county $12.95"Sticky" ....'-

You Have PlacI I where ,said registration Is to be made and mid registration hall not be i -- -._ -- -

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except> upon receiving proof ./

4eed In Me Continuing Me sueh publication. '
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r' lt1 Unopposed As Your Mayor. If you.are :engaged in business under any names Brow's Clu-AH CementaL UCC3S3

Elm.,', ,,

M other;,than your own, and have not had this name Hnw'j Contact Epoxy' IlWA' t'a' 't,rt$ YiAere'tan



It is with deep gratitude that I to I properly advertised and registered, we will be evaxyyooyoucto350.','.glut/ for/ -l.llEAU=-..- DESK CALENDAR e'

express you my ap- I ) New Model No.2U Combinej -
preciation for you having continued me unopposed as ids Borden Madison Chemical, Company bandy memo and
1 I I glad to give all Information to flew' York, New York Avenue appointment pad 2 calendars
as
your mayor. promise I will continue to serve you in as you necessary 10017 ]in 1.Baaw in plaatuj
-- walnut or silver
capable and efficient manner as possible atl all times. gray. ,

I I what you should do.BRADFORD.

Sincerely, .
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CM HURST s We Can Help You 'With -, K.r;


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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STAIIKE. FLORID, THURSDAY. Allfl. 31. 1967I



I KEYSTONE HILITES time FELLOWSHIP It was for publication.a real CLUB homecomingday fit d 'New Keystone Coach Has All Attendance Up


for club members and

By Jim Fox their friends when they gathered I But Three Lettennen Returned At Keystone School
Please Phone In Your Items 473.4148 for a cookout at the I

home of Mr. and MI'.!. Arnold .
Larson! on Lake Ueneva :' I Indiana The Keystone Heights education and basketball:
!, ,: The Keystone Height -
WOMAN'S GOLF gifts and kindness which ha Shores. Forty-one members I will open their 1007 School: opened Monday withan coach Cecilia Jackson.

The Keystone HeightsWoman's I received from his many and guests enjoyed this! delightful season against .wberry':: enrollment of 3C6 students Benson said that duringthe

Golf Association I friends. outing which was cli- I ;" l there l on September 13, / and a full-force faculty summer a $600 sprinkler

'will resume activities on I Carl Hewitt left Monday maxed by boat rides on Lake .... with a new coach Ro;, Bay- except for one vn.,ancy- system was Installed on the

Thursday. Sept. 7. with a for a short trip to Knoxville Geneva. less, at the helm, and with- that of music instructor. football field with funds. pro-

shot-gun tournament; at 8:30a. : I Tenn.. where he was to havean There are more treats In t." c 'a i M// y M'I a out the services of their five- Principal Joseph Benson vided by the Booster Club,

m. There will be both 9- Interview with the Dean I store Including the monthly 7. :,.' ,.rn. ,j" h year standby Stephen Bro- said the opening enrollment and a press box Is also under
hole and 18-hole tournaments at the University of Tennesee. covered dish:; luncheon at kas. ,i represented an Increase of construction at the iootball

followed by a lunch. En route to Knoxville 12:30.: September 14, In the Speaker From Finland Except for the loss ot Bra- about 25 over last year's field.

eon and business meeting at he visited friends In Atlanta.Mr. Masonic Hall.EASTERN kas and two other' lettermen, 'I' ftoures. Several new courses have
the home of Mrs Jim C. Zow- and Mrs. Oay Livingston STAR Bayless la fortunate m hav-I' ,Ar The school opened with a been added to the curriculum -
arka All members are requested of Nelson's Point entertained I The Lake Butler and Starke KluuH UiiiliiilNt.. (left), of HclsliiKl, .'Inlu"d1'" Inlrnlured ing all but three men from 1 complete dew coaching staff, this year Benson said,

to furnish a sand- Mr Livingston's Chapters joined with the Key- ( to the Keyntone Height. Rotary Club lust Friday 'by the 1066 squad returning?! Including head coach Roy including art advance math,

wich for this event. Army unit with a swimming I stone Heights OES for a covered Alataon (right) willCu"e/ an Interestingtalk un hi* native; This was the team that post- Bayless; his assistant and world geography, business

The Ringer Tournament boating party and .cookoutat I, dish dinner at OoKl Head land. Llndquent. him been employed| l thin. summer u* u .physical ed a 7-3 winning record: the basketball. coach Sidney Mid- math, and a new coarse in
starts September 7 oral will their home, last Sunday. Branch State Park last Sun- instructor I best in the school's history dleton and girls physical general math.
educuttlon' at YMCA Camp Iminoknloe on
be completed on Novembe Forty guests Including-: the day afternoon In celebrationof Starting his first season at
Brooklyn LuKe. lie will return to Flnluiul //gds full to continue.
30. Additional details con- families, attended the party. Founder's Day honoring Keystone, Baa, less will have
cerning this tournament will Wes Truscotts and family Robert Morris. Each Chapter his at tidies. only one quarterback on his ELKS LODGE MEETINGis '

be made available In this col- of New Orlenas, visited with presented a program in memory Klaus was particularly Impressed| 'toy the number of automobiles rosterWayne Homer, 59,1 .POSTPONED. HAMMONDORGAN

umn by the new publicity the Ty Oarbers. of Nelson's of the founder and his In this country, and reminded Rotarians. that they 145 lb. senior who has lettered Statke Lodge No. 1802. I STUDIO
chairman Mrs. Harold Sut- Point, last weekend. contribution to this international -
twice. He'll be leading
would probably be In better health If thuy walked more and .
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Port- order.COMMUNITY. the backfield which will feat- BPOE will not hold its regular Factory Authorized

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Ik and children, Tommy and : CHURCH rode less.makes ure Brokas' successor as the meaning on September Hammond Organ

The regular monthly busi- Mary Ann of Houston. Texas The executive board of the top running back for the Indians I 4 due to the Labor Day holi Suds A Service)

ness meeting of the Keystone were recent guests of Church Women held the first --Danny Hlnck a sen- Roy Ikeyless day. The next regular meet- Leau-n t. play the easy waff
Heights Junior Woman's Mrs. Port Ik's parents. Mr. fall planning meeting on a difference. I don't get slater. 'I 110 N. W. 1Mb A**
Club will be held on Thursday and Mrs. Phil Wright, of August 28 with Mrs. Josn so hot doing; the news anY-I Mrs. H. T. Smith and her (lor with two letters. I ing of the Lodge will be held GatakmrUto Shopping Case

Sept. 14. at 7:30: p. mat Lakevlew Drive. Bird presiding. The general more, and like the hipsters: son, X. M. Smith and familyof Competing for end posi- at 8 p. m.. Sept. 18-Thomas

tha Clay Electric oulldlng. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox meeting will be held at 7:30p. : say, "I am maintaining my Starke, spent the weekendon Reservations tions will be Malcolm Johns- Lewis, secretary.

.. President of the organization entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill m. on September 11, due cool." If the old easing is her farm In Lyons, Ga. Available For ton. 8-2, 165; John McGrath MURRHEEInsurance
Mrs. Steve Moore will Morgan and sons Hunk and to the Labor Day holiday. right, [Hotter summer colder I Charles Strandberg spent 5-10 140: and Sandy Gray-

discuss "The Activities and Peter, with a cook-out at The home circle meetings winter] our lake will sUI'elYl the weekend with his mother Gurney Talk son. 61150. THE RIGHT POINT for the AgencyRichard

Accomplishments of the Jun-I their home on Saturday' will be held on September freeze over solid. Mrs. Jo Strandberg, joining I Mike Murrhee. 5-9, 195, a the way you write. Come In Murrhee. Art.
e for Woman's Club." As this evening 13 with places and dates to Missy, [one of our catsl) .his wife and) daughter. who Orange Park Commlsioner two-letter Junior, is the most and select your favorite ES- General Insurance

is the first session alter the Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Farina be announced later. turned over a hot pan of had been here all last week. Danlle D. Patterson will Introduce versatile player on the squad, TERBROOK tountaln' pen. > Fin Casualty Maria ,

summer recess, it is hoped and children, Paula and Andrew The main project for the grease on herself last Monday, Lee Paul, and Gregory Congressman Ed and will be called on to play TELEGRAPH Auto Bond.)
that all members will make a of Olastonbury Conn. next few weeks will be preparation and two days later her kittens Strandberg end a friend Ourney at the Republican: halfback, tackle, and guard. Keystone Detp l "S-4,. I

e. special effort to attend. are visiting with Mrs. Far for the Bazaar and were born dead: two weeks spent Saturday with them. fund-raising banquet; slated Daryl Johnston a 5-11,

HERE 'N THERE Ina's family the Edmund all members are asked to set premature. However, the doc- Tuesday, Mac Ellis his son for Friday, Sept. 8, in Orange 185-lb. Junior, will sea actionat .. ..

Howard Callon, young son 'Dwyers, of Clover Lane. Mr. aside Tuesday nights at 7:30: tor said, it had nothing to do Pat his wife and children Park. fullback, along with soph-
: of Mr and Mrs. H. Callon of Farina Is Director of Physical tfor working folk and moth- with her accident, and that he spent the day and enjoyed Sponsored by the Clay omore Jerry Turner. 5-10,

Lake Brooklyn has returned Education at Oak ,Hilt thers 1. and Wednesday has had quite a few* cases of fishing. County Republican Club, America's73rd

a to his home after a lengthy School, which Is the educational mornings at 10:30.: Mrs. kittens being born dead! this Joe Joseph. Peggy', Nell the dinner will be held In 140.Three young players are in

a stay in St. Vincent's Hospital:> center for all blind Sunderland reminds membersto summer. So watch out for and Buddy of Gainesville, the Orange Park High the running for guard duty:
in Jacksonville, where he was children in the state of Con- get their new plants your expectant mother cats Sharon and Doug Lutgen of School. Gurney Is serving his
treated for Injuries received netlcut. started now and come bring and their kittens. Starke Mr. and Mrs. Head third! term, in Congress and Thomas Hawes, 5-10, 183; !

from a skiing accident. Howard Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bridges your favorite recipe to Last week, I stayed in Gainesville and sons, TImmy and Terryof has been mentioned as the Randy Buff, 5-9 140; and I

: reports that he is most of Lake Geneva returned Mrs. Warren, signed by you with my aunt imd uncle Keystone Heights spent foremost Republican con- Chipper Hague, 5-9 140.

I appreciative of the cards last weekend from their with your home state design- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cren- the day with the Lucky Lut- tender for the seat being vacated Top all-star prospects are I

-- home at Lake Toxaway N. ated.The shaw and children. Saturday gens and >enjoyed a cookout.Mr. by Senator George Hlnck at halfback, and Homer LABOR DAYIt

after a month's stay. Board of Trustees will I spent the day with, another and Mrs. Lee Bryan of Smathers. quarterback. ,

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Herb Nelson and !son, HerbJr. be at 8:30: p. m.. Sept 1. aunt and uncle, Mr. and: Mrs. Lake McMilllan, (who were The banquet Is open to the Following" the Newberry

; ., entertained their friends PERSONALSMrs. Alfred Hudson, where I visIted former neighbors of PAP and general public, and a few game two home games will
with a cook-out at their Margaret Nelson, my great-grandmother Reba Norsworthy when they tickets will be available' at be played on the Indnln Res- I

home on Lake Geneva, last Homemakers director, spoke Mrs. H. K. Chltty. who has lived at Jacksonville! were the door. Persons wishing to ervation this mon'.h' : with was in 1894 that Congress passed a bill 1

Sunday. Guests Included, at the Rotary Club recentlyon now returned to Bonifay. visiting the Norsworthys make reservations are askedto Greenville on Sept. 22, and
; Miss Harriet Harper Mr. and the work of the Florida BY THE WAY: If you have Sunday. Miss Connie Hoydick contact Bill Reynolds: Jr. Hastings Sept. 29. I making the first Monday in September a ;

Mrs. Frank Ottlngcr, Mr. Extension Service. Homemakers not signed the petition to have spent the weekend with the In Keystone Heights, or write legal holiday throughout the nation to
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and Mrs. Bill Ottinger and are looking forwardto our lake surveyed and have Norsworthys.Judy Box 671 Orange Park, enclosing I

their son, Michael. Mr. and the resumption of meett t the rough fish removed, please Weber of Jacksonville a check for $5 for SCHEDULEOF honor the nation's workers.
; MELROSE Mrs. Ed Dwyer Mrs. Lola Ings, with the first one sche- contact W. B. Acree in Gain spent Thursday and Friday each ticket requested. SERVICES I

: Lyon, and Mr and Mrs. Everett duled for Sept. 20. President esville. Phone 376-1138. Thank I with Mr. and Mrs. James In p
observance of
the 73rd anniversary of :
Fox" and son Jim. After Mildred Payton will be ad- j i Robbins. Billy Weber! has I SUZANNE JUDD PARKof

I the cook-out the guests! were vising members. Oustaf-. you.Saturday, Mrs. Clara Sullivan -,.moved to; .Jacksonville, wherehe RECEIVES DEGREE the this National Labor Day, our Bank will not i
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: BUSINESSDIRECTORY I Invited to the Dwyer'i home, Valerie and Orace and her son-in-law and I will go to school '\nd work: 'I
son flew from their parents'i daughter Mr. and Mrs. David his the Miss Suzanne Judrt, Daughter -
where they were entertained with uncle in printing PALMSSUNDAYS transact business on Monday September 4.
,
I MUlaI'd'
of Mr. and Mrs.
with organ selctlons playedby home in Balboa Canal Zoneto Stegall and children and business.
; Mr. Dwyer. Miami recently, where Mr. and Mrs. George Neal Roy Griffin reports that R. Judd of Starke received I

Ray Wingate is home on they were met by! their aunt, and sons all of Wllliaton the fishing is picking up. He a Bachelor of Science degree 11:00 .P.M.\ : : COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
Mrs. J. A Davis, of Sarasota. with a major In elementary -
leave from Ft. Sill, Okla. fora visited us and went swim- was out Sunday morning I
; BEAUTY SHOPKEYSTONE visit with his family the After staying there several ming. catching shiners and caughttwo education at recent commencement THURSDAYS

Ray Wingates of Lake''days they came to visit Mr. and Mrs. Norman bass, the same thing I exercises at 7:30 P.M.

.. Brooklyn. their maternal grandparents Hamilton and daughters of happened Monday, he caught 'Jacksonville University. FUNDAMENTALBIBLE KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
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Mrs. Mary Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fluegga Gainesville were afternoon two in 15 minutes. The party TEACHING
BEAUTY SHOP daughters were vacationing of Villa Plumosa. They will guests of ours along with he guided Saturday caught F.D.I.C. Fla.
: Edith JonimoB. Own** In St. Augustine last week.MI' 1 eave soon to enter the private Tony and Jean Ball and son 57 shetlcrackers. Betty's mother Adjustable Vinyl Book All Services Held In The Keystone Heights

Personal and Mrs. Ray Starnes Christian College at ,of Keystone, and Hubert and I Mrs. H. A. Holbrook of Covers. All toxi. 30 cents en. Congenial AtmosphereOf "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
: & Creative have just returned from a Tocoa Falls, Oa. Their parents Palma ChItty of Starke. Plant City spent the week- at The Telegraph. I The Lounge. Community."
Hair Styling combined business trip and Mr. and Mrs Gordon Barbara and Steve Smith end with them and took I

: Individual Beauty !PW vacation, which included Vis- Oustafson: are the missionary and children of Jacksonville home with her two of nine

very Form of Beauty Culture its and special meetings In directors of the Christian spent the weekend at theDuffln's Walker Hound puppies. Withso

Open Tuea.-Sat. 9-6; eleven states. In Wilmington Service Men's home In Bal- trailer. Barbara is many of them, they had

: Closed Monday Del. Mr. Starnes was guest boa.After the Duffln's daughter.Mr. to hand feed them part of J
speaker at a special session a week's visit In and Mrs. Kenneth the time. John Griffin. Roy's
: BOATS MOTORS held by the staff of the Wilmington Clearwater and a few days Sparkman and daughter of brother from Tallahassee, I

: BILL'S MARINESALES ( Division of the back. in Keystone LaCoote, Mr.\ andMrs. left Jacksonville, were weekend spent the weekend also.
Coca-Cola Company. In Stanley guests of the Raleigh Wood- Guests at the lodge this:
= &: SERVICE Washington D. C.. Mr. and 1 last week for Hudson Ohio, rums. weekend Include Mr. and

"The Fun Fleet's In" Mrs. Starnes called on Rep. where they will spend sometime Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orren and party of The Ultimate in Electric I
with friends and rela Portables
: Service &: Fart for Don Fuqua, and Mr. Starnes'former Mrs. L. W. Miller were Pamela Jacksonville. Mrs. Grace

All Outboard. schoolmate. Treasurerof : lives. Dostie, Kathy Cobb, Mr. Langner and daughter! of

Chrysler Lone Star Boats the U. S. Henry Fowler.In Keystoners were surprisedand and Mrs. R. H. Dostie, and COlumbus Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
to Jack and
Chrysler MotorsCorner Aberdeen, Md., the Star- pleased Bee Cindl Hyde all from Jack- Mark Tomlinson of Atlanta,
Maria Crosby!, former rest-
nes were guests of former sonvllle. and Mr. and Mrs. James Fin-"
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( Rte. 21 &: 26 dents here, and their son
Keystoners. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns ley of Jacksonville.

-: Melrose. 475.' 51 Charles Oliver. md daughter-In-law. the and family spent last week in Mr. and Mrs. E. IV. Revel n .. TIIERFAS SO MUCH MORE
John Crosbys, of Jacksonville <, ,
Mrs. John Raffia! and their; trailer enjoying fish spent a few, jays! In Way '
CLEANERS visiting for church services ,' ELECTRtfu.0BROADSIIOULDEKED TO SEE AND TRY IN A
daughters. Shelley and! Linda, ing. Mr. Johns reports that cross, Oa. with her sister, IttTANELECTRIC'
; Keystone returned last weekend froma last Sunday.We that they caught quite a few Mrs. Quanlta Kite Wednes SMITH-CORONA. COME IN
regret to hear
7-week visit with Mrs. Bhcllcrackers. | day, Mrs. Revels plans to go < ELECTRIC TODAY, AND SEE; WHY
Mrs! Elva Scott Is still quite OR A PORTABLE
: Cleaners, Inc. Ruffinl's parents, Mr. and / Among those people spotted through the, .Watson Clinicin L ONLY SMITH-CORONA1 OFFERS -
i ill in Alachua General Hospital PORTABLE-FOR YOUR OFFICE
O. K. Davis Mrs. Brian Nation, of Ja- down enjoying the week Lakeland.I 4
: Bv ry Dry Cleaning Service maica. During their stay Mr. end' were the Don Rltcheys, sure feel sorry for all of: E AT HOME-by SMITH-CORONA YOU ALL THESE
Rev. and Mrs. Leon F. MU.IeI' -
Laundry Finish or Fluff 1 Rufflnl joined his family fora the Don Newmans. the James you mothers, because I knowIOU : x ASSURANCES
Here' of SmithCorona'
have enjoyed a visit from a perfect example -
> Day Service 3-week vacation. Mrs Ruf- : Meeks the English Hiltons are heartbroken to see
Mrs.! Venita Lukens of Chlco. master craftsmanship! A complete -
= Pick Up and Delivery' fini and daughters returnedvia Texas/ their former home. andi the Marvin Fair- your children going back to 1 electrio typewriter built into a handsome !- .....-... .!
Key tona> Help"l -1004 the Orand Bahamas After an extended tour of cloths.:: school. Hal Hat But Just portable. So many conveniences: ... "\
where they visited friends Carl Hurst has been busy think only nine more TAl
inexpensive Changeable Type for languages \ )
the North. West, and Into ... ,
T CONCRETE and relatives. building a sea wall ilongthe months and they will be science and math: Page Gage?", ..-.
for 67 I
Canada Expo we are
: Olad to see that Mrs. front of his lot. I sure hopewe home again for three won- aLA jeweled.; ;! main bearing, automatic electric. GUARANTEE Any Smith-.
with
Hawthorne happy to see back us "
Concrete Aughtry Vance is up and don't have any bad derful months. So Just keep > '' repeat actions even electric shift andspacing. Corona branch, office will,
the Houston DrlscoUs, who replace without
: & Supply Inc. around after a recent stayIn also made several visits in storm! to wash out our that thought in mind, and EASII ( It has everything plus a 1 12* @ (..C.DC for labor charge and

JREDI, Alachua General New- Jersey and the New beaches again. maybe it will help you get x'5MRN GCIsONAe' carriage for kins-sue jobs .",ppnll, ) ,mn* part rut.
: FIII" FRY SET Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carlton through the day. And now to a !S proves dalaoUva within.
MIX England States. EflCTR1CrAf years ot purchase dale.No
FOR FRIDAY NIGHT Is were here over the weekend cheer you up. here's Leeon- f labor charge within
Mrs. Margaret Qrcnnan
CONCRETE Don't forget to attend the cleaning: up, and will be "Charlie and Ole Flu" fVRTIt" t ; 9O days of pu'c"....
: nv 20 W. Hawthorne home from a visit with i Warranty covers all part.e.c.pl .
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Keystone Heights PTA and; back for a week in tho middle Charlie, poor Charlie
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4RI- 9:12.: 2031: friends and relatives In Canada d This ill-steel, vinyl-clad carrylnf we motor, rubber
Booster Club's Fish Fry at and other returned vacationers of September.Mrs. How are you? any Is yours at no additional charge) perls, energy cell or
NURSERY the Keystone City Park Hartford Owen Bryant Is vacationing "I've been sick two weeks charger after 90 day*.
include the ,. Does not cover damage
starting at 5 p. m. Friday. Barnes, of Key atony: Club in the mountains With a case of the flu.". from accident or mi.....
O.C. Carnes The menu will Include fresh for few "I've been off and extends to
Nursery Estates!: who toured! ro the a days. bad only erioinal /*
: FDwmy 100, FloraJtom mullet cole slaw, huih-pup- West Coast and into Canada. Mrs. Helen Walker of And down in the bed. own.r.Yes "

S M HUM SB of Stark les, and baked beans. Instead ...vvvmmvn.n.naNDIAN Jacksonville was a weekend Drinking lots of liquids. ', we carry a complete selectionIt's
of travelling over the Labor guest: of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. And taking asplrlr. for my
Stock Thousands '
: Kunery
head. tree! Everything you could want of models colors and type stoles!
of Plant! A Fruit Tree to J Day weekend why don't you I I BEACH Carpenter. Mark and Greg
x. booM from. Nice Shade Trees Reddish of Storks are spending Charlie oh Charlie, in an electric typewriter-the speed, :
*.. Drergreena Ac Landscape I play It SAFE and treat your another week, with their Did ya listen to the Doc? the ease that professional touch $10 Gift. Certificate To ]

Flout All In container. I family to a delicious meal (Lake ahennt Fe) grandparents: the' Carpen- "He Just told me arc all in this stylish' Smith-Cofp.ia.! .1967 Graduates On Any -
Plant anytime. C.meUlaa. I served in your own community Byi I MIchavel H. Chlttyt ers. A bunch of poppycock"

M azalea !, and helping a good Fh. 473-1171 Richard! A. Bernard, of "He told me this, .. Portable Over, '$10Q ,If(
New Jersey, will be visitinghis And he told that.
me
Let .* do your landscaping 4 4Pho cause. a LA.aa.uAAAA..uau
= 0842185 aunt and uncle Mr, and But between you and me -..
"Hello, hello hello1; this Is Mrs. Chester Clark before I think he's talkin' thru his

USED CARS NEWS NOTES your cool rolling-reporter with entering' ( Junior Collge at hat"I I
the hot news- Gordon: Military School. "With the*,1WI tp'of"' the Lord.
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: Hanks Used Cars By Helen BeaD Because of the Intense hot Mrand Mrs. H. F. Wood- I finally> got better BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

: weather' we now have two air And I sure am glad .
have
< BIG CASH DISCOUNT rum of Jacksonville ,; ,
APOLGY conditioners. in our home. We To be out from under the .
:! TERMS This reporter wishes to express have had one for a couple of been' visiting Mr. and Mrs. wetter."

>BUY SELL TRADE regret that last week's month: but it just was sot big W J. Oro lick. The four of.,Ill tell '
RC 1 Box 00Hwy. ya one more thing:.
: 100 ft Mil*. A. Stark column: was misdirected and I enough. Now with two, we t hem visited down state Mr Before I leave you. Ait
did not reach the paper in have almost tripled the coola., few days. last week. Mrs, Take) good< care of yourself?

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Beach In Earleton. father who la seriously 111.Olenda schools.
Inuseety open]. Tralntnc Wrv turn filled to cap clty. Bobby Everyone welcome.
1&7e'w.IlOJlIiJ. Those who attended, in ad"* and Donna Thorn OES NOTICE Ion, &:30 p. m. t nursery opeli Smith was crowned King ol
HAMPTONBy dltlon to Mrs. Betty Hayes, ton ,of Starke spent a fed[ Dell Chapter las wilt mee l lillirtat' Rev. Lawrence Carroll the Bible School thla year,, "MIGIITY DRAGON"
teacher of the class, were: days with, their' uncle and Thursday night Sept. 6, lithe peat". having brought 18 flsltori e READING PARTYAll

!; Jo Ann Hicks Kathy Drown Toni! stone, aunt, Mr. and! Mr*. Marlon Masonic Hall on Brown= during the week. Kevin Hut- children who participated -
Joan, and Alma Hinson San- Thornton. Ice St. at 8 p. m. AU members St. William's Sunday Bible SchoolAt son was runner-up with 17 I In the "Mighty Drag
..auauauuaau..aauCITY dy Youngblood and Vicky Among the weekend vis are asked to be presen t); MOM, 7:30: a. m. Wednesday: visitors. Marcia Starling wag I on Summer Reading :pro-
Jft s MereJust ELECTION Dyal. The Intermediate QlrLs hors of Mr. and Mrs. We and on time. Mrs. Ainu, Mass and Novena 1 p. in. Pine LevelThe crowned Queen with; nine gram" at the Public Libraryare
class rwas also Invited end Halek were Mrs. Alnti.. Dyal B. Bacon WM; Rev. Damot 1 visitors to her credit, and Invited to attend a party
In Time Mrs. Mary' D. Brown Clerk those who tie and her sister, :Bertha Stuct Dell WP.FUNERAL.
enjoyed day '
of I '' Community Church Rev. Tin Thornton was runner- to be held at 10 a. m. Friday -
the Hampton Informs us that were: telalne!: Kennan, Joann key, of Jacksonville, M1*. and SERVICESFOR Leon T. Milner minister. Mrs. School Fine Level Bible up for the girls with seven. Sept. I, In the Starka
deadine for qualifying Salter and Elaine Young- Mrs. Gene Hall and family of MRS. BLYE : broke all records this
For for the I George Canvas organist. Mrs. with Diplomas were presented to Recreation Center. Certlfiricates -
city election is Sep- blood. Carolyn Kennan assisted Earleton. and Mr. and Mrs, Funeral services for Mrs. year a high attendanceof
tember '1.1' William Warren, Secretary. 217. the bo s and girls! for their will be awarded to all
The election, which Mrs, Hayes. R. L. Brown, Jr. of Starke, Gladys Blye] were head Sunday Average attendancefor
Back to School will Sunday School 9:40: a. m. attendance during the week. children who completed the
be held the
the second Tuea Rev. Bob Scarborough, Mrs. Ina. Home week was 181. Total
day' in September will be for is at homa Aug. 27 at Create]r Morning Worship, 11 a. m. enrollment was 259. Mrs. R. A. Carlton lecelved 15 required books.
pastor of Baptist students after Bethlehem Free
Will
spending Wednesday Baptist t "\ .
at
Nursery 11 a. m. service
for
commendation
Or College the offices of mayor, clerk, at the University, of Florida, through Sunday in St. George Church She was born t in only] Rev. Camel Wallace presen- special
I marehal, and for three coun- was' ,the speaker for both services .. s. C. Wadley, Ga. oh April 17, -PmbytertMFaltt ted the Bible stories of old having been responsible for TIlE RIGHT PUNT for the
t lnen. All interested candidates n In a new and refreshing way.' providing transportation for the C'onte: In
last write
Sunday at Hampton Mrs. OessU:! McConaghy I 14 1929 and passed away 0 mftbytman\ Church way you
i must secure the signature By the use of magic tricks so many who attended The
Baptist Church. very proud of her husband August' 22, 1967. -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr.. min and select year favorite ES-
I also
of ten registered voters. Capt. Leonard Melton, a UpOn learning that he has She was very active in later Mr.. W. A. Wallace! organist the boys and girls could church extended gratitude In- TERBROOK fountain, pen.
to all who worked
I Forms are available and! maybe I chaplain! In the armed service recently been promoted. to an church work, being a memberof : Mrs.\ Carl Swisher more easily understand the TFI.FORAPH
I picked up at Horne'Oro- Bible messages as applied to the Bible School with recognition ,
who has lust returned'' E-8. At the present time the 'Senior ch6fr founder' summer organist.

cerv SCHOOL REGISTRATION from Viet Nam after serving Irvin is stationed in Korea.. of Choir NO.3, teacher 0 f,I Sunday School 9.8: a.m.I I their Rev.lives Wallace today. D. L. by Ramsey the pastor.during Rev.thecommencement r,r' .1 cinmtin.. AAbring m die TELEIvm :
I ,. there a year will briny' both On Saturday afternoonMr. the Beginners Class in Sunday Morning Worships 11 "..m.Sunday Is pastor of servicj. I, Gn"I' recall..
Mrs Maureen Paul, print the morning; and the evening and Mrs. Dave Swindell School, and secretary of (Nursery open both the Hurstview Baptist J
I clpal of Hampton Elementarj messages next SundayEveryone ). ,, and his sister Mrs Della the Lic'les Home Mission. bestial) Church in Hurst, Texas andIs LONG BRIDGE CHURCH
School reminds parents tha t: Is cordially invited Hagan and her son, John, Surviving are her husband -RplseolaiSt actively engaged, .in this '
Friday Sept. 1. is the ]las t to come and hear this fine drove to Callahan Eugene DeWitt Blye, Sr.tfour ; Ann '. Rev. W. W. work through' the summer PLANS REVIVAL ''' rovlncetasvn
day for registration of new Edward months. This Is the second Long Bridge Baptist Ivm MGNi"c.o.. Mr"
ioung man. Dahlman, father 'Of sons Eugene, Charles, -N' r8tal1. Vicar. Mod WAMUMfV
I1 students. Registration beheld NEW 'ARRIVAL i Mrs. Hazel Salter, celebrated Alphonso, and Raymond Morning Prayer and .Ser year he has been with the Church will hold revival! ser- m ...:-... OUMlITMA1I."" "'oow.u MUft w..
at the school between Mr. ,and Mrs. Billy Joe : his 93 birthday on Wednesday Bl'jC'; all of Starke; four sisters 'nT01m2, and ttll BUnday: Pine Level Church.ReCreshmentts vices each night at 7:30.: t".) I=B *_ "" .Y14.'
1tJrGbceiPub..S' the hours of lOa. m. and 2 Thomas announce the arrival Aug. 3d Con atu1a-: 'Mrs. Lillian Pattersonand Y:3O: a.m. (nursery open.) were served starting Wednesday, Sept. 6. '
p. m. Parents are also urged:: of their second ton ,on tions and l best wishes for Mrs. Doris Neal of Lottisvllle Holy' Eucharist and sermon each everting' by the ladles of with. Rev. Gerald Crawford.; I I

Spirited! to send the supply money foi Monday Aug. 28 in Bradford many, many; rot Oa.; Mrs. Doris RobInson lit and 3rd Sundays, 9:8O a. the church. of Theresa In char q"* ,, Better' Homes Puriiftnre' \ Co.
their children during th County Hospital. The baby On Sunday afternoon approximately Wadley, Oa., and Mrs. m. (nursery open). Church The Commencement exer- Homecoming will be held!'1 120 ,$. Edgewood Ave.
first week of school. Fees are joins his brother and sister, 40' relatlws of Rita Owens, Philadelphia] School 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eucharist cises were held Sunday even I Sunday Sept. )10, with dinner'I Jackiwnvllle. Florida 328ft5
.It.does $2 for grades 1-6 and $2.9Q: Michael l and Deborah.. Mr.and Mrs. Leonard Melton, Pa., and two brothers Jessie 8 a.m. each Sunday ing with the church Auditor:': on the'grounds: at 1 p. m. '

ao much, : S for CHURCH kindergarten.' tv>r term. PERSONALS met in his home-.tn. Grange Snell. MIWOn Oa., and James Evening Prayer. 7:30: p.m.I
but costa t.l9-;;;:.oI.ao ACTIVITIES Verso:! salter left T"Tuesday Park for a covered dish Sn.U. Philadelphia Pa each !Sunday! !ETC! 6:30: p.m.
little Approximately 40 :youn!g morning for Birmingham, luncheon. Among those attending Rev. L. McKay officiatedat each Sunday. ,
people and adults enjoyed ar: Ala. 'to attend the funeral of were Mr. and Mrs the funeral services heldat j
With many/ important all church skating party held his brother Bryant. 'the L. L. Melton, and Otis. Mr. 2 p. m. Sunday. Interment Dally offices of Morningand
features of at Lake Butler last Thurs community expresses deepest and Mrs. Glen Thomas and was in Pleasant Grove Cem- Evening Prayer, S.OO: a.m.

day.The est sympathy to Mr. Salter family, Mrs. Odessla ''McOon- etery with Chestnut & Halle] and 0:00: p.m.Lutheran I $ 'Iii
office typewriters Jr. II ]
Royal : Girls SundajSchool and his family In the loss oft aghy and Oscar Melton, all in charge of arrangements. -Latberaa I
class enjoyed a swim this loved one. of Hampton. Others tend- CHURCH NEWSBETHLEHEM '
t i\ I
last t Cburca of Keytona.Heights I
Full-size keyboard ming party Saturday a
Charles, son of Mr. and were from St. Augustine, Free Will .
; Vicar: Richard I
"touch"Pleasant, light Royal Mrs. A. P. Johns, was transferred Jacksonville and Oc11a.e Baptist Church, Rev. Louis Meyer, minister. I
.last Friday from th Calvin Varnes. who has I McKay I pastor Monday .
Full-size carriagelightand STAR RE( Bradford County Hospital tc<<;>> been stationed In Californian night Choir No. 3 and Ush- Divine 'worship. Sunday 11 b 4, P
silent,too I sv
St. Vincent's Hospital 1 1Jacksonvile Is spending:! a month herewith ers Board No/2 will rehearseat a. m. 'Holy Communion and ,
Two-color ribbon Feed his wife, Lorraine. 7:20.: Choirs No. : and r'2' :dundny: of each month. ,. .
Roll 'n' Ready Paper I
Guaranteed tor 5 years BDSffESSDIRECTORY! John Parker returned tc<<; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kratz rehearse at 7:30.: Tuesday Services held each "Sundayt LET USPLANT
his home Saturday' after i a. of Fayetteville, Ark. were night Choirs No. 1 and 2 rehearse 8Anne'. 0>Uoi>pa ,
week's stay in the hospital I visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.' B.Craver at- a p. m. Wednesday Church Ktv.U>o Jelgnu .
Also Electric at Starke. from Monday through night, Prayer Meeting Thursday 1"21."

Sgt. and Mrs.. ,Marel Rho- Wednesday of this week. night,, Ladles Circle Jlapiht'' i iWoraiiip A SEED.aa-
Portables AUTO REPAIRS!; den are now back In Savanah. Earlier In the week they had meets athome of Mrs. E. cervices i 81.111dAj P
Oa. after spending over visited In Hollywood Fla.\ Shaw on Old Lawtey Road) 11
a. m., 7:30:: ltMirtor
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And Standard Earl's Garage three weeks with friends and and stopped here on their return Friday night the pastor offi I pen], I 3 N
relatives In Hampton. Marel: trip to Arkansas. cera..and members will forma
ALL KINDS OF Sunday School 9:43
AUTO REPAIR WORKAll has just recently re-enlisted Mr. and Mrs. Charles motorcade to Lake Butlerto : a. m.I v'F t I
Models Work Gunrranteed for six more years of duty in Hicks and family were din- render service at St. James -

Phone M4-7O0a. the armed services. ner guests in the horn or AME Church Rev. L. Len- good I
Bradford !II.,. walnut Stark" Othma Sullivan of Miami her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. non ..pastor.l Saturday night EBENEZER Gospel singing This is a seed from which you, your family,
County visited his aunt, Mrs. T. F. L. Dykes on SatW'daY"Mrs. dinners ,will be sold In the BAPTIST I business could quite a harvest
TELEGRAPHFLORIDA AUTO SERVICE: Brown Tuesday.. Walter Rhoden and church kitchen.. Sunday Church, South Starkd. Sunday -i your reap
i Mrs.'T. E. Simmons arrived daughters have Joined 'her School: ]? 9:30.a.: m. with Mrs. School 10 a. m. Morning I year after year! This seed is the suggestionthat

Gilbert S. Brown here last Tuesday from husband in Atlanta, CJa., Walter Rlsby In charge Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening]I you start taking advantage of the great

her home In Chase City, Va. is presently working on Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Service, 8:30.: Prayer Meeting number and variety of modern banking
Standard bll Sertlra Station for an indefinite stay. She a construction job there. Service, 6:30. each ThurMifeyi> at 7:30.:
services-all here in "FULL SERVICE"
''NEW Choir No. 1 rehearsal each our
ATLAS has been visiting in the homeof Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron BETHEL Baptist
TIRES &: BATTERIES her brother and ri-ster-In- arrived home last Thursday Church, Rev, A. Vinson pas Tuesday, 7:30.: Ronald BANK your even-greater convenience,

Budget/ Ternm-Road 1 Service! law Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat- after spending seven 'days>in tor. Sunday t I 8cloolV1tl\ Strong reporter. prosperity, and general wellbeing.FLORIDA.
Phone 004-7071& terson, and with her t son and Honolulu with her husband 8upt, Anthony DeSue in PLEASANT GROVE
THEATRE 407 N. Temple Stark daughter-in-law Mr. and Eugene has retimed to VIetNam charge Morning' Worship, It odist Church Rev. Meth"j
Mrs. R. O. Simmons. where he 'will continueto a. m. Regular church: ser- Hudson pastor. Church I 1
HURST'SSHELL Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. serve until early Febuitary vices,on the 2nd and 4th School' 10 a.. m. with Leo I

Dave Swindell last week were ..Sunday, Tribes Day will DeSue In charge Morning
ShO'wtlmeWekday. 7 Mrs. Irene Crosby iiid her terminate Sunday Sept. 10. Worship at 11. Communion I

Sunday 3:00, Saturday ( Service Station son. W. C., and'' Edna and Colored Citizens All Tribe leaders are askedto Service, 4 p. m. I ,

0onl Lubrication Patsy Mulls, all from Pala- see the members .lf your NEW HOPE' '! Baptist!:, :Rev i ? '
Thurs., Fri., Rat. Goodyear Tlnxt" &: Ilattmrle tka.Ginger News; tribe anT. Inform them of 8. E. Mosley pastor Sunday : :BAN:': ] :4 r' ,,'S 'T'A'KiE', :: :: .
ROAD SERVICE daughter of Mr. their responsibility In making SChool 10 a. m. with Deacon -< -
Aug 1, Sept. 1, 2, 301 and 100 Starke and Mrs. James Klnnalrd, this a success. .Watch the John Dims In chars. Morning One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

Double Feature Program returned home Sunday after- SCHOOL NEWS paper for names of speakers.) Worship! at 11. Afternoon

METAL WORK non} by, Jet from Swanton. School bells will ring for MT. MORIAH. Methodist service, 3 p. m. Messages by Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Ohio, after spending three the children of Bradford Church Rev. H. p, Hudson the pastor.
Hotter if janHeirs THOMPSONSheet months with her paternal! County' at 8:15: Tuesday Sept. I pastor. Church School. 9:30.:

Metal Works grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 5. All kindergarten and 1st Youth Fellowship, :9 p. m. .
Dewey Klnnalrd. grade students are asked to with Mrs. 'Ethel V. Hall as -
Metal On Friday, Mr. and: Mrs., register now. adult counselor.. All youth invited -
-AU Types W'Ork-
Anaelsi Gerald Adklns took Mr and to attend and bring!
Bells will also ring for the
Heat & Air Cond. Mrs. Paul Babyar to the air- another with you. I
Basic Adult Education classes -
Systems InstalledRd. port In Jacksonville, where on Bept.. 5. For Information MT': PTSOAH AME Church.I WOULD YOU
Mr. Babyar boarded a. Jet for
16 E. Ph. 961-5723 call the USO buildingand Rev. George Young pastor.,
Chicago He will spend some
contact Mrs. Buiteman or Sunday School. 10 a. m. with
time there visiting with his ,
Mr O1b on. Mrs. Anita Wright in charge. V V
Morning service I at! II. Communion -
There will be a registration H
iG fee of $3 for kindergarten service 6 p. m. Duel

I t ,0"1 through, and 6th fee grade of 17 students for' Sept.Day 'will 10. be Watch observed the Sunday paper, ELIEU E.
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'10- '-\. 301 DriveinSHOW the 7th 1967-68 through J2th term. grade for, for REATEn'rliiN'speakers. CHAPEL : :: :


PTA MEETINGThe AME Church, Rev. L. A.
.,_MwmmMM I .J BEGINS AT SUNDOWN >regular PTA .meeting Sampson pastor. Sunday

/ M'E-M MUfKTATIOII METROCOLOR ADMISSION. : Adults YSc, Students.] 60e for RJE will be held] at 8 p. School. '10 a.. m. Morning S

r I Children Under 12 ,Free m. Wednesday, sept.,, 6. AU Service, 11 a. m.,Communion :
parents and interested per- Service 6 p. m. The Choir Only $1095.0

-. PLUS FRI., SAT., SON. SE T. 1, 2, 3 sons are invited to attend. A anniversary will be held: Sun- .
speaker will inform parents day,: Sept. 10. at 3 p. m.
BEST OF THE MARINE Double Feature Program about, conditions of the Everyone invited to hear INCLUDING HANDSOME CARR.\'ING CASI3

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THURSDAY.!' AIIO. 31. 19B7'
BRADFORD rOCNTT TEI.EORAFII RTARKH FLORIDA
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ti'iiiHlc< ) !Mrs[ Peggy SlmllerIn To' Rh'hntcl ,1 f Diamond. nnpllty Clark I
TILE RIGHT POINT for th*{ testimony whei'oT. T here Address: Unknown I BEAD
the way you write. Come Ini I Ial1d iiiidi iiibxoilbn my name and You are hereby notified thai 817 14/21
-' muse the Seal of the said a suit for Adoption of Rtehsrd: ,
wlrrt your favorite S3 Public Asked To Aid I Control town to be. hereunto" affixed John Diamond has been filed \rilE RIGHT POINT for th. STARKE NURSING HOME
TERBROOK fountain pen. this the 7til day of August A. D. In the above named Court and to way yon writ Con .la uo 0
tNC\1. cause and you are required .
TELJ>
(SEAL) serve a copy of your answeror I elect :your iwvnrlte BSTKR- 808 S. COLLEY ROAD
Carl Hurst pleading to the complainton J BROOK oanUU TELE3BAPU -
Places 1 CARL BURNT !MAYOR the Plaintiffs' Attorney pen.
Of Mosquito Breeding ATTTOST: Merrill I Kdwardx lion Lex Green, Htarke, FlorIda I Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla.
MIOHR11.I. KUWAIlUlU! CITY and file the original [In the
CLERK office of the Clerk[ of the circuit -
GRAPURAP 8/17 4t 9/1 Court on or before the 1. We turve complete nursing Mrvlte for adult ofall
The Florida State Board ot ca. With today's fast travel will carry an l Identificationcard _- 11th day or September' 1867
i
Health will conduct a surveyto between all parts of the western I which he will gladly furnIsh otherwise the alteration of.old I I agts.. '

determine if Aedes aegyptl hemisphere. It could possibly on request and will ask TM NOTI'ITO CIRCUIT!\ COURT.F.FF.'fD:BRADFORD a.. confessed Complaint by you.will be taken' AnnouncingThe I II. Ii i

mosquitoes are present In recur In Ole U. S. By permission to inspect property COUNTY, FLORIDA: This notice shall. be published W. have R.N.'s and L.rjV on duty 24 hour :
Bradford County according to eradicating the Aedes aegyptl before ho starts. IN CHANCERY. [ once each week for fondeon.ecutive I j jd.
week In the dray.
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home pn.1 Director it would insure that "I urge all citizens who arc AARON HUMNKR & I
up more Dr. A. Y. Covlngtoo I mosquito KOSIL!: HUMNWR BRADFORD COUNTY TELE ,
jection in one pack or the Bradford County Health there would be no spread of ,contacted to cooperate with Plain. tlft.Adoption GRAPH. I Opening of I,
Department. the diseases If it Is Introduced I the Aedes aegyptl Inspectors Dated, this 1st day of August We have our ewn X-ray and Iwboratory. (Mr.7enes .
age at less cost with The yellow-hatted survey again to this country.The when they rail at your home DIAMOND,, of RICIIARD JOHN CHARLES 1967. A. DARBY. Moncrlef .U our full time licensed tech. Ii
our Homeowners personnel will make a sample Aedes aegyptl Inspectors I or 'business" Dr. Covlngto.i Defendant' Clerk of the Circuit Court I All -- Florida loUn).
'Policy. Call today! I survey In all of the communities will be in Bradford County I said. NOTICE TO APPEAR By Beulah M. Moody i

and In some rural sections during the last of August or Bradford J 'County resident. I
1 t of the county. The Information the first of September. They I can 'begin eradicating this. GET CASH MOBILE .. We are licensed for 60 beds by the State Boardof
MERRITTWILLIAMS collected will be used to make will be dressed in a khaki uniform pesky mosquito by getting rid Health License. No. 2. II
plans to eradicate the Aedes with a patch over the I of all water-holding containersIn HOMES I
.y :\ negyptl mosquito from this right pocket reading "Florida yard or home. If you have IMMEDIATELY .
.. We have a modern, fireproof building with cen
section of the State. State Board of Health Aedes such items as bird baths 01
t;; 117 N. The Aedes aegyptl mosquito aegyptl eradication Project., containers which you must 1 Highway 100 alr-condltloner. and beat.

WalnutPh. Is sometimes known as the Each man will also wear a keep you are urged to clean Keystone Heights12x60
"yellow fever" mosquito. It ;yellow plastic helmet which the containers and change the I .. We are wtthla two blocks of the Bradford County I
961.5391 can transmit both yellow fever will bear the same emblem as water at least once a week. IJIIIr $25 TO $600 Hospital.
and dengue fever from personto the uniform. Each inspectorRECREATION

person and dog heart worms .
..nne.. ... In. the canine population.This DO YOU HAVE. .*. We have a flue staff of Doctor curving the
P6472'STATE pesky mosquito lives Hems
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r FARM .. near man and breeds In con- DEPT. NEWSPUNT -Too many payments to make? Two or Three I II
h.1IIII Cuutii conpur""" .u..C\. tainers which hold or collect I
S. Ware V.A. approved.
lent OHM; ItoouvlM\ Ulna !water. Some of the favorite -Too many bills to pay? Bedroom :
breeding places include old PASS. KICK dally starting Tuesday. Sept. Bath & a Half :
tires tin cans, bottles Jars REGISTRATIONSTARTS 5. e. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency.
flower pots, ,bird baths boats, SEPT. 1 Recreation director Gene DO YOU NEED AS LOW AS
'
m 'tree holes etc. Any container The Starke :Recreation Department Rayburn says "We know'
10. We under medicare.
are
which has a hard surface for will kick off the that some boys think tlicv'' NOW approved
CJl)) a Hide and Is in a place whereIt 1967 Football Season by haven't got a chance so EXTRA CASH ?
t--C:: can collect water could staging the Punt Pass & why try? But this Is the $$4 195 11. We are large enough to give aU Hunting w.-

ntt r- breed these mosquitoes. The Kick Contest sponsored an- wrong attitude to take. We LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Tloee' that an adult may need, but mull enoughto
t-- re.ts Aedes aegypti mosquito will nually by Terwlllegar Motors. assure each participant a lot I provide a family atmosphere.
>- :: '":' rJ; not lay eggs in ground water Registration starts Friday of fun, plus the fact that we I MONEY PROBLEMS
(T) such as ditches, ponds, Sept. 1, and closes Friday will teach each boy how to
1111 O ) ar ,swamps, etc. It usually seeks Oct. 6. All bogs. age 8 punt pass and kick. So come I We Are Trained To Help'! Bank RateFinancing : U. Mr. J. II. Moncrlef U In charge of complete laboratory .-
M < out only man-made containers. through 13, are eligible to on out and loin In the fun." and x-ray faculties. Laboratory No. 15%&.

I"ti > '' compete, (including those FLAG FOOTBALL I : We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law
'-' tl 3I 'I Even though this mosquitocan who are now 7, but wilt be 8 LEAGUES FORMINGA I Town Finance Co.
Ur transmit dengue and yellow before Jan. 7, 1968. Flag Football Program/ CALL WRITE OR COME BY
::z: fever it Is not dangerousto All boys will' compete for boys and girls will be organized I %
(-W the public at this time. only against their own age by the Starke Recreation -I 226 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449 5 AND VISIT WITH US.

y There has not been a case of group. For example 8-year- Department for the fall I I
Lawton OwnerAdministratorMrs.
B.
::: l ip I yellow fever in the United old boys will compete only season. Leagues will be:: formed -I Thomas
Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. AdministratorWE
States since 1905 other 8-year-olds, under the following
-=- against Phone
The Aedes aegyptl Eradication -
tIJ classifications: What TheYellDressed\ COMPLY: WITH! TITLE VI
Board
Project of the State etc.The 473-4178
.J Recreation Department Small Fry Boys-ages/ 7, 8,.
Il1_ A of Health is part of a pro-
CZ.J VU' gram to rid the mosquito from enter encourages the fun and all compete boys to 9;Junior Boys -ages 13, 14 Keystone !Heights( Let Us Care for Your Loved OnesWE'RE
> < the United States and Centraland Student Will Wear!
) South America. for the beautiful trophies to 15: I
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= : S I Even though there is no be awarded the top three Senior Boys-ages 16 17,
O :::; with yellow fever in winners In each age group 18; .
...: problem In all. Pigtail Girls -ages 10, 11.
18 trophies
..... the United States It is still a ,
'c::., serious problem In some parts A clinic will be held at the 12:
:z: u at 4 m.I Powder Putt 01l'Isages
of Central and South Ameri Pratt Street Park p.
:. LUd< t 1 1J 13-17.
I- Co:>> ; Registration for all groups LOADEDWITH
rJ.Oc C116r1i ::+ will start Thursday. Sept. 5,
(i J) tIJ e w; wJ Make Your Car "SingWe at the Registration Depart-

.., > ment.

. ,J.I.. >- < Specialize In BANTAM BOVSDEADLINE

t1) Motor Tune-ups SEPT. 15 GOOD USED
(0 y O Registration for Bantam
Boss Football will start Tuesday -
U Road ServiceSTEAM ::9 l I Sept. 5, and close Fri

c. IYi day, Sept. 15.Recieatlon .

0 ;... o Director Gene
= ZZ CLEANING Rayburn states that the TYPEWRITERSAt
registration date will not be
-- 5: all who If we may look ahead! some years, we'd nay he'dlook
extended and boys:\
t'C' :x1: plan to play must register by I best in the cap and gown of a college grad-
... Standard
Lawtey I the September 15 deadline. uate. Will he make it? You can start writing the

c: I Registration Is limited to I answer to this question now in your savings

o eo:: SERVICEL. boys age 10 11 and 12, who I bank book! Low Low Prices !
-J weigh a minimum of 63 anda ,
Seems like a long time before your boy reaches
110
"'" maximum of pounds.
P. Kafuse, Operator Ph. 782-3977 I, I college)) ; age? That makes it all the better for

II I IVOTICR' YOU makes it that much easier to save the
I .1L'6lS'1' 7. IIIIITT
i II I 'I Carl Hurst, Muynr of the money you'll need for the purpose if you start SEE THESE
City of Htarko [Florida, by virtue -
----------- of the authority vented tome NOW!
I by law do hereby call a first
primary Election to be held at HOME OWNED HOME:\ OPERATED
the Fire Station In the aforesaid -i

: Tueiiday City, September by qualified 12 voter, I 1007 on A'I GREAT VALUES IN OUR
D; for following the purpose OfficersCity of Electingthe !:I I The Community State Bank

Clerk for two voam I
Chief Of i'olliu.. fur. two yearn.
I OF STARKE
Mayor for two yearn
C2roup! 2, one count Ilinan. for
y J' I: two yearn.Qroiip MEMBER F. D. I. C. AUGUST SALEROYAL
:t one "",,"<'Ilrnn, for'
two yearn
J1'X Group 1Jno i one yearInspectors
\ [*'..1' Hnlrt Klectlon': : ,
A Of INgt Mrs. Ernestine Denmark. MmMyrtlce '
Co' Bennie I Albert Foster.Mm ,
'l.I.EGE .1 I, !H llunly.' Mrs Margaret PIANO I SALE
KMM ROYAL HHE
r"llio" .... COSTS. B Ed!: WlllluniH Prevntt. Joe VullnHkl Mr..I

aft .. ...r,,-. Raymond John Simpson Mm n Mm 0 ,.Pun Ethel"by,I, "The Old Reliable"PICA Extra Clean Elite TypeWRITES

001tJ ... .' Mm Ella Mae Ch"atof'l'11..1"( TYPE LIKE NEW
CIne110 / '. .,. nate), Mm. U N. Pickering (Alternate [ VW9. *
Boord ''t'4JOO ), Mrs Ed Tonic (A1-
L TJPti. t* Only $55ROYAL $85
Dl, $" .5. '. $& \
'Pplies .700
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--J'It 6....1. E. SPINET ',PIANO Reg. $925;
Smith-Corona 'Galaxie' REMINGTONPORTABLE


Johns PORTABLE

Ready for Rising Costs Also Used Pianos from $2.95If
About this question: ONLY SLIGHTLY USED In Best Condition
by Saving Here Now your child plans to study the piano this school

__ "To rebuild a home, apartment year, now is the time to purchase a piano at these

LOOK AT COLLEGE COSTS. There's little erous boost. Earnings add up quickly or commercial build low, low back-to-school prices. $105 L $55

doubt that it's important to save as much, often totaling enough to pay the first ing will cost almost 200%;

as possible, as early as possible. Tuition more today than it did in CHECK THESE FEATURES:

alone is. expected to i increase 50 J& in the year s tuition. Make sure your young- 1910, according to appraisal ALSO TYPEWRITERS FOR
37" Dlacron Scale Duet Size Bench RENTDAY
Does the --
ster gets the higher education he needs. experts. .
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next ten
years I 88 Note 1 Year Free Service
Saving here gives your funds a gen Start a college savings account with us.Savings Charley E. Johns Agency Choice of FinishCherryWalnut. ILJfe Time Warranty to -. WEEK OR MONTH
supply insurance to pay MahoganyAsk < Original Purchaser
full replacement cost on ,

either residences or com About Our Rental-Purchase Plan BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH

'nercial buildings?"
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,,,....... :::1 Ta! By;: Alice McOarveyThe
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ijc Keystone Heights! Fla. / Jones-Langford-Whtte)
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lw -, August 22 1967 American Legion
was collecting old
Open Letter to Bradford Coun- phono-
graph records for the use of
ty: soldiers In accordance witha

04.1; When I left Duval CountyIn national drive. The records
1964 I hired ry Mr.
( was were to be re-cut so It did
II Tom Casey, then BHS principal ..IRKJ't not matter how old or scrat-
for a teaching positionIn
ched they! were Our local
eighth or eleventh grade post had collected 1.034 records -

American history. Since I was by the middle of August

approved for continuing con- ( j 1Frya although the drive was extended -

tract in Duval County at that until October. The

time I took a cut in payi of ,, ,. Bradford County Telegraph,
D several hundred dollars to alGt 1 the Eastern Auto Supply! and:

r come to Bradford County In the office of the clerk of the

; the first place. One of the circuit court were collection

conditions a verbal agreement stations.

er with Mr. Casey wan! -
that I teach the two subjects 'i I The government had put

r r :H mentioned above.I I war restrictions) on home

arrived at pre-planning buildings allowing only $500
,, c In August of 1964 to find I cost for private home con

had been shuffled Into seventh' struction. Several people
7 1 :. grade geography and social managed to build homes In

raVM D, & '1' .11-tiJ- :Tkr studies a position for whichI Starke including fou- rooms',
and stay within the budget!:
++ r was not certified and without -
being consulted. I did fill "Go Away Kid, Ya Bother Me' by eliminating a bathroomand
by doing most of their
this position to cooperate
own work.
yfeaf since the school was undergoing dish:

a change of administrative people of Bradford County, Aug. 23. 1967 For the up-coming city
policy so as not to cause who happen to be a good
Dear Sheriff Reddish election In Starke on Sept 8.
11 more difficulty. group of youngsters in spiteof Our entire staff anJ the 1942 there were 393 registered -
When I arrived In 1965. to the short-sightedness of
parents of our children would to vote.It .
some of their elders. I will
begin the 1963-66 school miss them.In want to Join me in expressIng cost $5 for a. Motor Ve-
year. I was greeted with our sincere appreciationto hicle Use Tax for the year
good faith, I have given
eighth and ninth grade Eng- you and the deputies of beteween July 1, 1942 and
three of time and
lish [which I was not certified years my your department who helpedus June 30. 1943. This applied! to
talent to Bradford County,
for] and eighth and and I have cooperated for the find our two children who motor boats as well. Anyone
ninth grade American history were missing from Camp using such a vehicle without
sake of "the majority. My
and civics. a// total of four Crystal Lake last night. the stamp was liable to a $25!
reward for efforts has
No ? preparations, not counting been a knife my between the Without :your very prompt fine or Imprisonment up to

Parking I. ojj : the spelling and literature shoulder blades with no and capable assistance, this 30 days or both.
incidence well
: Included In the eighth grade valid reason. might very
have resulted In tragedy. An early( Bradford Countyegg
English. This teaching load That there Is no valid) rea-
Thanks so much for your producer was Frank:
was In Itself out of son Is borne out by the fact
propor-
No Wonder! help and the manner in Merritt of New River who
tion of one plans to teach that I was recommended and
FARMER'S start a meal if you love which It was offered and carried had a flock of 210 white leg
and not be a "baby sitter"or approved for continuing con-
clams but it doesn't leave out. horns. According to his records -
much room for the other -- ine one plans to stay tract status last spring. My Sincerely yours, they laid 20,496 market-
How times have to touch after sitting in the sun DIARY mistake in edu-
many you up all night preparing for was plucln.r:
/Rood) things they serve at Richard S. Fox Jr. able eggs from January 1 to
wanted( to stop and make a all day. that place. the next' day.' cation first In a county Assistant Supt. July 1. of 1942.

purchase at a Call Street busi- I would like to point out which prefers "quantity to Sunland Training Center
All this, while shoppers fuss!' how I acquired the ninth quality" and whose school
ness house failed to find a Incidentally the people President Franklin D.

parking place and driven on and fume about the lack of park- down there are wild about grade English course. The have administrators the boat prefer rocked.not It to 1st In connection with the Roosevelt signed the florid

by in disgust to make the ing spaces along Call Street, and fishing and according to reports have teacher this who was supposed to a shame that the public same incident a letter was Barge Canal bill and gave
we heard via TV, the class left suddenly, the pen to Congressman Lex
purchase elsewhere or do without businessmen their hands doesn't take greater Interest written by Ray Chance Clay
wring and
mackeral are plentiful and one day prior to the days' Green. Senators Pepper and
Civil Defense Director
In what on in their County -
? as the the students I goes Andrews had worked for the
because said shoppers are flock- announcer said 'Just arrived found schools. commending: the Key-
about biting the bottoms of myself with an English liter- bill also but the vote In the
It happens At least ing in increasing numbers to I leave with regret no bitterness atone Heights Volunteer Fire
day.
!
every boats, asking to be caught." ature class, no materials-no Senate waf only one over for
to go to a neighborIng Department for Its part In
would-be shoppers tell us so and shopping and else- Green
; centers-here
books even -and no hope of school system. I wrot3 the search for the *wo children passage.! Congressman!
at the time those much We can't vouch for that had) worked for years toe
same where where .fireting although I triedto
they can find h any this lengthy( letter of resignation who were found unharmed -
needed parking places are being adequate parking facilities. but we did see the gulls and get a class set of books In hopes that the two several hours later passage of this bill.
other birds
used by people (some of them having a feaston from the State Textbook Depository faces of some administrators on the Keystone Airport
the small fry the Governor Holland called
Our Monday morning check and up near I give this Please property.In '.
actual employees of Call Street( shore. After watching them exampleto might be exposed. accept :for enough scrap\metal to be

businesses) who park their cars the accompanying photographs for a while we got;,. hungry, show again that I cooperated It as of August 22. for a letter to Ed Bennett collected fa) FlorldV to replace
confirm .what have when needed: In I'J jiayq .".. )reed,lft with no chief of the Keystone) .
long *
we
and lost In
SuStpetted being cruiser thai
'. in early morn J\g. and .1 leave'l.hFlJ1 no good at flying the! _wns
; .. ,7Sam, McGarvejr good faith. other choice' Heights Volunteer Fire Department -
.. ;
in the all long. that there is noth1ng'wrong and diving like /gulls' settled) the Solomon Islands battle, a.
same spot day
The To deny my own personal Chance said "This
of 1966-67 :
year foundme
with for a fish dinner at Dick andMlme's. total of 3,213 tons.Volunteer .
the Call Street park- The farmers who have
with two preparations code of ethics by remaining office was highly Impressed
On :Monday, August 28, a Tele- ing situation that corn are harvesting it now, .
reasonable enforcement eighth grade American his would make me a hypocrite. by the efficient manner In
Air Observers
graph reporter spent the better those who will have terries Quality education will nev-
of the two-hour parking which search parties were
tory and
next For the life of us wo can'tdecide ninth grade civics from Starke were: C. O.
season are getting land
part of the day observing the limit would not at least which I er come to this county until organized by yourself and(
cure"': or ready, and those who have whether we like going considered! reason- Barksdale S. G. Denmark
parking habits ot local citizens to greatly alleviate. neither of the aforementioned : over to the Atlantic coast by able even though I had no such unfair practices are members of your department.The Mrs. Mike Dew Mrs. Fred
halted. teachers won'tput
determine the number and extentof crops) are busy with the St. Augustine better than go- maps blackboards or any Ooodt citizens of Keystone Guy Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
with It.Respectfullty'.
violations of the downtown Several months ago; business thousand and one things Inn over to the Gulf at Cedar other equipment.At up Heights must feel more sec Flowers L. M. Gaines Mrs.C. .

business district two-hour park men's committee'mailed lettersto that go with farming. Key or lower down Gulf) bet- the end of the year we Sandra Sanders yours ure that In an the outstanding knowledge and that dedicated A. Knight. ,E.. ;E .Lee,.Mist/

ing limit. the proper officials,asking for ter. In the meantime we Just were organizing once more. I volunteer such Madge Mlddleton, Judy Mc-
keep trying each one, and group Rae, Mrs. Lester Price> Rob
stricter enforcement of the two- Big news on the berry applied for the position of Following a copy of a as your department Is available ,
enjoying both and realizingthat inson, Mrs. George E. Sapp
At 9:15: a.m. the repoiler recorded hour parking limit. Police officials front la the meeting Fridayof we are lucky in having teacher In grade twelve for letter received by Bradford In any emergency." Mri. Rhoda Sumner, Mrs.
the make and the Bradford Strawberry Problems in American Sheriff P. D. Red-
license num- state that they do no have the the choice. ; De- County George Warren Ed Prince,

ber of all vehicles parked on the manpower for systematic enforce- Cooperative.get squared when away memberswill for the and mocracy.Mr. Mr. Jim Temple E_ W. Hayes, F. C. Hollingsr

three-block downtown High speed transportation Connie Clark [Fat worth Mrs. Charles Parker,
section of
ment of the law and such may coming season. All those who Temple's
Call Street and of has made each easily accessible request] fissured B. S. Dlckman. Miss Frances
those raise berries will be
cars be the case. The matter shouldn'tbe watchiru me that I definitely had the Mrs. Edward
and if
you can get Opperman.
parked block north and the new Co-Op and if it gets
one
one allowed to rest, however on position If I became certifiedby Mitts
there and back without get- Burns, Mrs. Glen Duke,
off to doubt NEWS And NOTES
a good start
no w
block south of Call on Thompsonand this note of frustration. With the those who have held back ting killed or maimed. It can going/ to summer school. Ruby Silcox J. N. Pierce,

Walnut Streets.At future of our central business dis- will want to join up. be listed'+' as one of the bene- I WENT. TEMPI E KNEW For HomemakersBy Mrs. O. L. LInsln.. Miss' Junle
Today's
trict virtually in the fits of modern cllivlUatlon.: THIS. I AM NOW FULLY Fairish. Mrs. R. H. Jones.
hanging bal-
11:30: a.m. (two hours and CERTIFIED IN SOCIAL Mrs. Grace Wainwright Mrs.
fifteen minutes later the ance, surely some means cen be The poultry business! here'\ STUDIES Martha Sue McCain E. K.
) reporter continues to grow. No tired, :! Diploma TestApplications [IP. A. D. INCLUDED L. H. Jennings Mrs.
returned to check the list com- found for reasonable enforcementof that another person has gone GRADES 713. County Extension Ferryman Mrs. Sam Anderson

piled earlier. Results clearly indicated the law. If not then the two into It in a big way buying I had no doube on return- Home Economics: Agent Mrs. Fannie Jones Mm.

that the posted two-hour hour parking signs should be a big set-up for cane layers Due September 11 Ing on the 21st day of Aug I John Tye. James Hollings-

parking' limit is being flagrantly taken down and the dreaded! park- and If this trend continues! WIt that my position was not worth. Miss Marguerite McClelUn'and De-
sorloD.. W.
this area will be the biggest 3snred. Bv ohtinx.. ,*, r A.I..I !
ignored in the city's business ing meters erected again. Strangeas production center in the OED tent applications for Mr. Temple; If T I were M to UOIVGU teach FIGS Mix lightly Chill thoroughly. Mrs. T. S. White.FORESTRY .

district and nothing is being doneto it may seem, some Call Street state. the State High School Equivalency more than one subject. He Many Centuries ago the Serve with whipped cream

enforce it. business owners and certainlysome Diploma must be ordered then told! me that I would Greeks made use of the fig cheese or sour cream dress- SERVICE

of their employees are If you can keep a secret one week before the have one twelfth grade'econ tree as a guidepost to the ing. Garnish with ripe figs. REPORT

By actual count, twenty-one ve- among the parking-limit offenders. we'll! tell :you that the old testing period, September 18 omits class one class of season. Winter storms were Yield: 6 servings. One woods fire with stir

hicles were found in violation! of Some of the problem could sun is getting hotter, day by according to Lawrence T.O- eleventh grade American his- presumed past, and it wasconsidered CREAM CHEESE acres burned was reported by
g'.esbv! official testing agent the Florida Forest Service in
safe to to sea, DRESSINGOne
go
day. In an effort to cool off tory, and four ninth grade
parking
regulations in
the 11:30 be eliminated
: if each employer for this piogram. Prerequisitefor the leaves Bradford County during the
3-oa.
we took a weekend off downat civic classes no P. A. D., as soon as top-most package of soft
cneck would cooperate himself and impress Indian Rocks Beach but the tests Include satisfactory that had been given to some- of the fig tree reach the cream cheese, 2 tablespoons past week. Since January 1

In an attempt to determine the upon his employees the importance found that place hotter than scores or verified high one else the last part of July size of a crow's foot-print. lime Juice or 1 tablespoon there have been 97 fire with
school credits In both'American the fruit of the fig limeade 794.6 acres burned as compared
Today
who concentrate one-
of parking their cars the blazes and were glad to didn't want it, and
nature of the violations, our reporter get back to our home in the History and Government without my being consulted tree knows no season. During! half cup mayonnaise dressing with 70 fires and 431.3

returned to the area againat where they will not literally chase!' woods. ,(clricsl. Applicants must be after I had spent both time the summer months most 2 tablespoons sugar. acres burned during the same

4 p.m. Twelve of the 21 vehicles would-be customers from the door. residents of Florida must be and money taking courses at Florida trees bring forth Mash cream cheese with period! last year
of age and must have paid their appetizing delicacies. fork. Blend In mayonnaise. Rainfall reported during
observed in violation of the While down there wo tooka University of Florida to be
two-hour limit still The Chamber of Commerce has slie,: trip to the Kmolc; Inn the state testing fee of $1.50 certified. Soft ripe figs may be frozen Add lime Juice and continue the week ending Monday:
were
parkedin recently named Downtown at ,Clearwater saw the fam- In advance. I did not need those cour for enjoyment all year. A mixing. Serve over fruit New River "2.5 inches High

the san.e spaces -- and were ous tree and had a good din- Applications may be obtained ses. I ,took then, )in good variety of canned figs preserves salad. Yield: 2 cups land. .3 Inch: Santa Fe one-

obviously making use of the free Study Committee for the purpose:! ner In surroundings that are from Mrs. Bateman or Mr. faith solely for one conserves or rood old Sour Cream Dressing tenth. County average 103.

street parking for the entire day. of coming to grips with such prob- simply fabulous. The place is Oglesby at the USO building Mr. Jim Temple had a purpose.verbal fashioned Jam may be stored One cup commercial: sour

One offender (top photo) was lems, and seeing 'what', can be the nearest thing we can imagine Applicants are requested to agreement with me one away for "out of season" cream 2 tablespoons orange
to being abroad 1we[ bring their social security: which If I treats. Juice, 1 tablespoon orange
I
parked for at least ten hours chose. could
in done to improve conditions in the though of Florence, Italy], as number with them press in a court of low. How- Figs are one of the most rind 2 tablespoons lemon delighted with a sundae top

the shadow of a two-hour park- business district.!' This is prob- the setting is exotic with During the week of September ,sver,.It part of the reason for perishable fresh fruits. They \Juice 1 tablespoon honey ped with old fashioned Jam

ing sign. Another had carefully lem beautiful gardens and fount- 18 the testing periods will the last minute switch is due are difficult to transportand one-half teaspoon dry mustard whipped cream 'and chopped
No. 1. It
could be remedied ains and statuary. The foodis be at 1:30: p. m. and 7 p. m. to trx* fact that my sudents cannot be stored for long ', 1 teaspoon., salt one- pecans. Thin Jam with lemonor

covered his steering wheel l witha with strict enforcement of the good and the prices are the USO. All test must be receive'' grades they earn and ,periods of time fresh. Their fourth teaspoon paprika. lime If needed.

cloth so it would not be too hot two-hour parking limit. fairly moderate considering at the USO. All tests must be work for rather than easy sweet flavor attracts "chil Fold last seven Ingredients) CANNED FIGS

the Investment in things you completed during this week. J marks, which Mr. Temple dren' of all ages. Into 1 cup of dairy sour Three cups figs -Syrup.-

can't eat but enjoy looking Applicants who plan to take j said ,vas taken Into consid We have had several questions cream. Chill thoroughly before 2 cups sugar 4 cups water,
re-tests must have been enrolled about figs and If you Wash sort and stems
at. In case you are interestedin eration" when the switch serving. Yield 1V4 cups. clip
getting there, you drive In subject to be retested ,was made then I don't feel happen to have some bandy Old Fashioned Fig/ Jam from figs. Prepare sugar! and'

Dq The Bradford County Telegraph south on US-19 to SR- O. or must have waited that a lawsuit is worth the and want to enjoy this delicacy One quart figs, 2 cups water syrup. Add figs to syrup

turn left for several miles for 180 days according' to the (I effort especially where the we do have some suggestions. sugar. and simmer until figs

A ESTABLISHED 1879 and then right fat[ a sign state regulations. 4 bounty:: Superintendent feeis Wash figs, drain and clip look clear [about 1H hours

'sew E. L. !MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher Kapok Acres for about The next testing ocrlod 1 Is 1 that "he can't get Involved" FIG FRUIT SALAD off stems. Add sugar and Cook gently to keep figs from

N mile. scheduled for the second ,when things of this nature Three cups peeled sliced mash with potato masher. breaking. Let stand overnightto
Q Florida' Oldest/ Weekly week in February. To be e- plump. Pack into clean
a Newspaper PublfeM OsntI.asly ,occur fresh figs 1 cup sliced ban- Cook slowly to avoid sC'Orchinll' -

'iTIO111N Under The Same Mat lurid! Speaking of food we had Ilgible for the spring testing Therefore I feel that I anal [firm ripe], 2 orange Using candy therometer, Jars Bring syrup to boll, pour

dinner at Dick and Millie's, period, applicants should be .must terminate employment [sectioned], one-fourth cup remove from heat when 200 over figs. Wipe mouth of Jar
which Is located At Johns enrolled in the 1967-38 pro- j my frozen lemonade concentrate, degrees is reached. Pack into and,, seal. Process In a boiling
as a teacher in Bradford -
Published each: Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the tout Offlo Pass on the Gulf Drive. For gram for adults. j County. Although I needed 1 cup cantaloupe balls, one- clean hot sterile jars. water bath or deep ''Well

at Starke Florida under Act, of March: fro.. U7. an appetizer we ordered 4 employment at the time, half cup chopped pecans or Old Fashioned Jam Is fln- cooker with water to cover
clam the Jars Process pints 10 minutes
on half-shell.
force people refuse to be takidvantage one half cup diced celery. ..gerl1cklnIOOd/ on hot toastor
Subscription/ In trade area: 1 year, ".00; 6 n.ntha,. J1Ja thinking we'd get a half a Cover sliced bananas with quarts 13 minutes.
ofI happen tobe biscuits. It Is a sweet
Outside trade area I 1 6 dozen. Sam had to help Alice TIlE RIGHT POINT for the : For more information
year. $1.501; months, "M one of them. I regret this lemonade concentrate. COm- treat on slices of nut bread on
out and wound way you write. Come In figs call 964-5471
eating 18
write
up bine or
)
bananas cantaloupe
action, in that I have enjoyed or as a filling in between
clam It'M. a gooU way to and select/ ;your favorite ESTiJtBRN1li ball.sllced fresh figs: orange Box 267. Starke.
fountain working with the younx layers of white cake. Any
pen flections and nuts or 'celery; guests young or old. wbuld" bu'

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PA1E GIOMT ."iattuu 4XHINIV ,..,......,...,". "RU. FujRgen i'IIUItBDAY", AUG.. -dt LjH,
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I enjoy this extlng< sport. lower you down into a aittlni r MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL -- --
here' some advice from a position Once seated, atretcl t Sunday School e:45: a m. iI!. !t ft Uit fi-I

i I teal pro Tom Dorwlii. former your arms out straight keejxing Worship. 11 a. m. and 7:30 ,
s.al'w, y I I national champion and now !your knees between you p. m. Training Union, 8:1C:
E\'lm'ude Motors' waterlci elbows. The tow line handl!,e Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
I advisor suggests you ttart by should be Just in front o r: 7:30: p. m.
practicIng the dry land technique -: your knee. -Bob L. Cooper, pastor

It's a quick WilY to Have your Instructor pul I
gain the "feel" of skis and! on the tow line slowly raising: FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII
build self confidence! This you to standing' position STARKE
simplified form of 'instruction i Dont: try and stand up b y Opportunities of service:
can be given anywhere yourself. Let the Instructoi r Sunday Brotherhoods
even In your living roOm All exert the pulling force. Thisimulates monthly meeting and breakfast -
you need is an Instructor a the manner! 1 1r 7:30: am. Sunday
pair of water ftlcls and a tow which you'll be pulled to the School. 9:45: a. m Morning
line.Before surface when actually water Worship 11 a. in, sermon: BOATDRAIN \PTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST I NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
you atari, do five "The the CIIfRCII CHURCH
skiing Repeat this procedure Must of Cross. ( CHURCH
r M Ii I or six deep knee bond. This a half dozen times. Each L Training Union 619: EvenIng CHURCH Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School. 10 a. m Sunday School 10 a.

i helps sharpen your sense of time check to see that your Worship, 7:30: sermon: Sunday School 10:00 a. m.. Schedule of services: Sunday day School 9:45: a. m Morn- Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 j.
By Lynn Hamilton balance and coordination.' knee are between your elbows "Warming by the Fremy's Morning Worship 11:00: a School 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Ing Worship 10.45: a. m. and 7 p m.-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p.
When putting on water: skis and the tow line handleIs Pire" m, Training Union 7:00: p. a.m. and 7:30::: pm. Training Training Union 6:43 p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting\ Wedne
WATER SKI CHAMPION adjust the bindings\ by sliding Union, 8:30: p.m. Rev. Jack 8 p. m. Sing each, Friday i
beacons MeetIng .
correctly positioned. Monday m., Evening Worship, 8:00: p Evening service 7:45: Mid- Visitation, 10
GIVES BEGINNER TIPS Into Stolte pastor. Thursday p m. Rev. Harvey Lane.
the heel
piece place. .
Once jiouTe In the water,, 7pmTuesday m., week Prayer Service Wednesday -
a. m. and 7 p. m.
tor.
"Hit-it shouts the water The fit should be but
snug review In your mind the dry WMU Council, Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30: 7:45: p. m
skier, and the boat driver 'OO1tol.table. If near CHURCH OF GOD
you're
land technique. Check the 11::15. Covered Dish Lunch- p. m. -Rev. Virgil Lovett. t
pushes the throttle tot ward. 422 N. st NEW RIVER BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAl''nS
water wet both your feet position of your knees and eon 12 noon. WMU business Pasttor. Clair St. Starke. SMTBNA\ MISSIONARY
The skier surges to the top the skis. Your feet will Sunday School 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST
and ,
the tow tine\ handle. If you've I meeting 12:30.: Program, BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. M
and within seconds he's l slip Into the bindings easier. learned your lesson properly,, Helen Masters Circle In BAYLESS HIGHWAY Worship Services 11... m. 633 W. Pratt st. Sundaff Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. '
flathlne! < across the wtter Now you're readY for Instruction you'll be flashing across the charge 1 p. m. and 7:30: p m. YPE. Wednea- 10 Training Union 7pm. Evening Morning Worship, Ilk.
services: Sunday School.
If you would like to join Grasp the tow line Wednesday Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH dw, 7:30: p. m. Prayor Meet 8 m. Training Union: 8:30: p.Evening .
Worship p.
the water oft your first! u'o': a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.
( million water alders who :
handle. Have yoInstructor I School Superintendent Cabinet Sunday School 10 a. m.: ing. Friday 7:19: p. m.-Rev.L. Wednesday night service Worship, 7
6-30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Morning Worship Service 11 S. Williams, pastor Training Union 6:15: p m.Even'ong 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. Prayer Meeting Wedne
730. Church Choir Worship 7 p. m. 7:30.: Vernon) N. WilliampastC'r.
BALLOT : a. m.: Training Union, 6:30p. L. Parker, pastor. *
SAMPLE Everyone welcome ElderT. .
practice 8:15.Thursday: KINGSLEY LAKE
7:30
m.; Evening Worship! : C. Williams, pastor.
Visitation p. nt. BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST
FIRST PRIMARY Day. 10 a. m. and 7pm. Prayer Meeting, Wet. 7:30: IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
W. A. Hogan pastor. p. m.: O A. Meeting, Wed.. Sunday School 9:45: ... m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN' Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:45: a.

GENERAL ELECTION 7:30: p. m.; Choir :Rehearsal, Morning Worship, 11 a. m;. Sunday School, 9:43: a. In. a. m; Morning Worship and Morning' Worship, 11 a.
Wed.. 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood Training Union, 1:15: p. m. MornJng Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m Training Union 8:30 p

Starke, Bradford County, Florida meeting last MondayIn evening Worship 7:30: p. m I I Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Evening services 630.: Evening Service 7:30:
Funeral Services each month. Rev David Midweek Prayer Service,: Choir Practice Wednesday Wednesday Worship service week Praoer} Service? fj

SEPTEMBER\ 12, 1967 Held SaturdayFor Medeiros, pastor. Wednesday!( 7:81): p m. Rev.I 18 p.m. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. p. m. Wednesday: _

Initials of Issuing Ellis Rosier HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jim Rlgdon. pastor. Come, let I Rev. Robert D. Burch. I feed. Johnson, pastor.
t !!',__ us worship together
; ..... '. Official [Highway: 100 at There***}' ---- -

Ellis [Shorty'] Rosier, 57, Bunchy School 10 .. m.
II
-- ---------.-- of Starke, died Thursday, looming Worship.-11 a. m .
Aug. 24 In a Gainesville hos- Training Union-7:00: p. An investment in Your Future
after short Illness. '
nltal a m'l.
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Signature;; of ]ElectorSAMPLE { retired cab. driver, he was a
| native and life-long residentof p.m.Wednesday Night Prayer
Bradford County. Services 7'30 p. m. Rev. AfTEmOJ CfnOOm fl
Survlng are his wlfeMra. Merle Packham. pastor.
BALLOT Mary Rosier, and mother, J< hkl rV
Mrs. Charity Henley both of DEDAN BAPTIST (Breaker

Starke six daughters, Mrs. Sunday Services Sunday
; : ,It .,
FIRST PRIMARY Betty Herbert and Mrs. Louise School. 9:45 a. m. Morning ill : vNvn'a.nanyx.: +7xx G'rYtynvwwRS:! } 'Gxa.vr;: :; ; :;;+}+: :

both of Jacksonville; 11 'h:
Green Worship Training
a. m. { ':::6:5'pa: ; :}'
U GENERAL ELECTION Mrs. Lettie Green, :and Mrs. Union 6.30: p. m. Evening
Shirley Thornton both of Service, 7:30.: Wednesday

Starke, .Bradford County, Florida Starke; Mrs Mayzell Douglas Player Meeting, 7:30: p. m
I of Green Cove Springs and Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor.
SEPTEMBER 12, 1967 Miss Faris Rosier of Starke t
-
Initials of Is- I two sons! Wesley and John Ed, NORTIISIDE BAPTIST I }. :.k.
ward Rosier, both of Starke;
.
suing Official Located on Bayiewi zilch III .aIII
Malcolm Rosier
a brother. way [ISR 325]at Ralfort RoB
of Manatee two half brothers,, /
." Melvin and Calvin Henley,. [rSR 161. Services: undi' A* Summer Vacations draw to a close, and I f-
School to a. m. SundatMarnlng ,
------------ both Starke, three sisters,,
Mrs. Stllar Gunter, Mr. Pinkie Worship It. m thought turn to the ways and needs for
Training Union. 6:30: p mtl 1M
Oriffis and Mrs Victors
t Eirenlnb. Service, 7::30. MIdWeek {
Cadle all of Starke; and a Prayer Service. WednrrL returning to school, give some thought to j

SAMPLE BALLOT number of grandchildren.helc L day 7:30.Rev.: Olena !..,.
I Funeral serives were non, pastor locating a church near your collegeor
at 2 p. m. Saturday In Jones I
FIRST PRIMARY Memorial Chapel with Rev '
university.
NE LEVEL BAPTIST
In-
Leroy Olive officiating. I
GENERAL ELECTION ; tement was In Pine Drove Sunday School 19 a. a :

Cemetery under direction ol;:f Morning Worship. 11 a. n? I IPre8erviN18 Attend services regularly, worshipthe
Starke, Bradford County, Florida DeWitt C. Jones Funeral l Home (Booster Bant. I

I Your., People and PTAT Lord In His house. Give a good
SEPTEMBER 12 1967 Horse Show ServiceS, a p. n_ Evonln

Worship, 7 .... m. MIdww accounting of your worship Me,
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot To Benefit Service: Wednesday, i:3Q: p ;.

mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of m.-Rev. B 1. Kamaey.: pa*. as well a* your

the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. Boys RanchThe tor I

studies. _
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CITY CLERK BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP ,-
For Two Years Vote for One Gainesville Roping
I Club will present its 12th Sunday School. 10 a m I
Annual Charity> Horse Show Morning Worship 11 a. m
MERRILL EDWARDS 1 IIf1 1. Saturday and Sunday, Sept. Evening Worship, 7:30: p m ,
2-3 at the Waldo Road show I Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m
giound in Gainesville Wednesday' RT W. I

This annual event has become I Newman pastor.

( one of the largest of
I CALVARY BAPTIST
CHIEF OF POLICE
its kind in the Southeast, '
For Two Years* Vote for One and' In 1963 became the first Sunday School 10 a. m
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Class A Quarter Horse showin Morning Worship 11 a. m
II Florida Training Union 8:30: p. m "
R. E. (BOBBY) BiCGS In 1960 the club decided to Evening SerVice. 7:30.: Prayer: o. 'I

donate profits from the showto Meeting, Wednesday 7:30:
WILLIAM F. (BILL) ROSSER I I the Florida Sheriffs Boys P m.-Rev. K. H. Butler DM Chullh b&04'.opkd.d.g..ry< II"*&were, fat"tproriwe." "1 "Hw" knowlidgo ol Hll love ,\\1Nff4 ;
Ranch at Live Oak and since pastor Mmn..d.lNisd.wrdhrwewNraNndaMotMv.toyMrnhhwdhhoaWwMut' "' '
that time more than 910000 Mite irouoiflBf. to. Hit tan W M .. lorainnnt ir ...." u way d( lift will..bug r:;
1--1 has been given to this pro MADISON STREET fmnm ant.Itu.. hMdrnii <"*kh m hold w tar will, tnoirllobly, poilin. 111.,.,..., .... :. :
BAPTIST CHURCH "horn a nllMi point of\\rio.. ono should"' support Nio Chunk for Ih. ....ol,Hit welfare. tId

MAYOR ject.Several years ago membersof I Opportunities for service I hlmulf and ha ,family. .hyd l Mat" .howmr. ,IVory mon" shouts upheld mi for.Ikiiato f'i'!!
For Two Years Vote for One the club decided that Sunday Sunday School: In "rho" Oiuich ........ K,lilh .Iho.. truth Maul mom,,llfi,doalh and dnlloy. ; 'the '11 I

something should be done to< 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship has whlc*ohw. will, MI I kM. Irot h I Ihn n 0 child. of M. ,....Adv S... 4Of@lbC. 'Y

n stress the breeding quality of: 11 a-m. Training Union 6-15:
;. CARL HURST Quarter Horses In Florida !WMU Prayer Circle 7:15.:
and the Annual Halter Futurity Evening Worship, 7:30.:
u : was organized. Owners Wednesday Prayer and
and breeders nominate. their Praise Service, 7:30: pjn. This. Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow-
young colts and fillies a year Church Choir Practice 8:30.:
COUNCILMAN In advance for this event and Thursday Visitation 7 fJll' ""' .tV'Ir.' i. ing Civic-Minded Business Firms
For Group 2 Interest builds as the youngsters p.m.
.. For Two 1.earlt Vote for One grow and payments In-
crease. Last year's Halter FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FAULKNER Edwards STARKE BUILDERS
Grocery &
Futurity had over $2.000 divided SINCLAIR SERVICE
n OF 8TARKE
JAMES E. (JIMMY) McRAE among those who sent SUPPLIES Inc.
their best colts and fillies to .West Weldon St. and Rl- U-HAUL RENTALS Mkt. ,
I 1 Gainesville to be Judged.A ford Road.
: Track Trailer Groceries-Meats-\ -Feeda Featuring Aee Hudwmre
:youth contest was add- Sunday Services: 10:00: am Complete
: COUNCILMAN ed to the show a few years Sunday.: School: 11:00: a.m. Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil and Sporting tpne.Good

':" ago and young horsemen Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m.
.. .e For Group 4 work hard to win Suwannee C. A. Services; 7:30: p.m. Minor Tune-ops Ph. 964.5312 Starke Fla.0ICJnp( WITH us: TIBTT

For Two Years Vote for One Valley Veterinarian's .A sn. Evangelistic Services 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964.5899 219 Wuhlnfton St. M4-UT
Youth Trophy, an annual Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mld-
award. given to the youth Week Prayer Meeting Mi'-r; '
i EWELL LAWSON: n who accumulates the highest Pastor: Rev. George Oreen, DOYLE CONNER"\" Lawson Meat Market
total In his division. Jr.
score Insurance OF STARKE, INC. AND COLD STORAGE
Another event of wide- AgencySAVE
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A. G. (ART) LOUDON JR spread Interest Is the beauty AIRPARK BAPTIST VS. 301 NORTII We Specialize In Carton SteacfctarIng.

contest with the queen Cutting Wrapping.
GERALD L. WILLIAMS l I crowned during a western Morning Sunday: Worship.School. 11 10 a.a. m m. With Your Mutual Agent Ph. 964-7600 Starke Fla.Sinclair Prepared For Deep FinB647059 ..

dress Sunday night.
pageant
Training Union. 7 p. m Evening 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 rllOSE !
"UCOUNCILMAN 1 With plenty of stalls avail- Service, 8 p. m.--Rev. ] Refining Co.W. .
able, good competition, anda Lacy Conway pastor..
good cause to support The Starke "66" Service L Themes, Distributor De WIIT C. JONES

Gainesville Roping Club Is FIRST METHODIST GASOLXVE8: -KKKO3E.VHFuel FUNERAL HOMES
For Croup 5 looking forward to another BILL EDWARDS OU and GreftM

: For One Year Vote for One successful event this week CHURCH.STARRE Starke Ph. 964-6200
end. Brake Service Wheel Balance: Ph. 984-6246
Sunday Church School and Alignment Keystone t Height. -

W: II. (BILLY) -NOEGEL JR. n SUZANNE JUDD 11 9:45: a.a. m.: Morning Worship, Bradford County Ph. 473-3178
RECEIVES DEGREE m.; Evening Worship 612 N. Temple-Ph. 964-7231
8 p. m.TUesday. TELEGRAPHTYPEWRITERS
I 1 Miss Suzanne Judd Daughter WSCS Execu- ,
P. T. (TOM) NOUN
of Mr. and Mrs. Millard tive Board Meeting 9:30: a. Charley E. Johns Hurst Shell Service
R. Judd of Starke receiveda m.; WSCS Meeting 10 a. m. New & Used
Agency
w, E. (BILL) OWEN J I Ir Bachelor of Science degree Wednesday Bible Study I FOR SALE OR RENT
with a major In elementary and Prayer' Meeting. 7:30: ISt .. Walnut rib M4-0070 CARL HURST
1 P'I
l education at recent commencement m GENERAL CTSITRAXGBBat ELECTRIC .

I exercises at Thursday Chancel Choir I Jll'ebndy NoINNIr'11: H """r ADDING MACHINES Hwjr. SOl .A 100 PK. (4llI

Jacksonville University. I Rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. j- carrbir .. Joh..ee.e. Phone 961-6305 lea .. WM..t .......


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................ lowed!: by MYF. vices, Wednesday: 8 p. m. last week. County ItOHpltal Mr MarLin be In lie Imol. left WcdiiPiMjay and U"ll:" :< ct c lilldrrn of Sbaike. Mrs Mary ELKS l.mlI! MF.t'tINO;

The Vacation Bible School Church Of OodSunday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. la the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Morn: oe Kit- to be gone a week. t demons and ch'Jdren of IS POSTPONED

AWTEY closing program. on Friday School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 'Oscar Carter were Mr. and J. D. Terrell. tier and son. Woodrow. visIted Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bran- I lellbronn Springs Karen Starke Lodge No. 1802,
evening was a great event a. m. and 7:30: p. m.? YPE Mrs. Charlie Gaskins& of Mrs. Perry Lyons was visiting Mr. and, Mrs. Cecil Wilson cottl left on Wednesday for tfgiater of Lake city. Mr. BPOE will npt hold Its regular -

By Enza BlancuardBCH and enjoyed by a good at- Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Avon Park on Monday and relatives in Nahunta and family in Camilla, their home in Pennsylvania a nd Mrs. Oerald Griffin and. meeting on September
tendance. the social Qa. Sunday. She Qa Wednesday.Mr. They were accompanied by 4 due to the Labor holiday
During meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Normanof was tccom- :children Mike Dobbs and! Day -
hour refreshments were ser- Highland Baptist Sun- Miami were Tuesday din- panled home by her daughter and Mrs. Kite and her father, O. D. Dobbs who I The next regular meet-
ved by the Hospitality Com- day School 0:43: a. m.; Worship ner guests. Miss Phyllis Lyons who children of Tampa visited will visit with them several c hlldren and Misses Mary ing of the Lodge will b<" heldat

ACTIVITIESice ... mittee. Everyone had h very 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph has spent the summer in Na- Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kittler days. and. Susan Rainey. ;{ 8 p. m.. Sept. 13-Thomas
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Methodist Sunday pleasant evening. Choir practice 6:30: p. m., Rosier, Nancy and! Randal of hunta. and family Wednesday.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Lewis, secretary.
:a 9:45: Worship 11 a. First Baptist Sunday Prayer meeting Wednesday Palatka were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggr- and Mrs. Cecil Ander- visited their childien. Mr .

.nd 8 p. m., Choir prac7 School 10 a. m., Worship 11 evening 7:30: p. m. and Mrs. Devore on Wednesday era and children of Jacksonville son Jr. and son, David of and Mrs. Howard Register -------

p. m. Wednesday fol a. m. and 8 p. m., Training Mr. and Mrs. Lonao R. afternoon. were dinner guests of Brooksville visited! her par- and family in Lake City' GLASS That's Our Bu.inest
Union 7 p. m. Midweek ser- Starling announce the arrivalof BIRTHDAY DINNER her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thursday i I

a son, Enoch Ray on Harry Wilkerson was hon N. Norman Sunday. Rosier Sunday. Mrs. Vesta Hrapskl and "If It's Glass We Have It"
--.I, Eldon and Cle- Air. Mrs. Howard daughter, Debbie of Jack-I;
----- Thursday August 24 In Brad ored with a family dinner In Sapp Roy and
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ford County Hospital.Mrs. his home in celebration of mons were visiting R. L. Register and children anda sonville visited relatives here CALL, WRITE or VISIT
O. J. Phillies and his birthday on Sunday. Clemons in !Ruskin Thurs- friend Mike Pitman, of Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Danny, who have been in Everyone in attendance en- Lake City visited Mr. and Louise Jonci md,,
STARKE PHONE 961-6200 Miami for some time are Joyed the b o u n t i 1- day.Mrs.. Bertie Williams of Mrs. Earl Dobbs and family children of Jacksonville vis-1 I i We Design Modern Store Fronts

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-sm spending a few days nt home. ful dinner and the pleasureof Jacksonville spent the week- Saturday. afternoon.Mr. ited Mrs. Susie Dobbs and i, .
. Mrs. Oeorge Roberts was being present to share In end with her brotherinlawand and Mrs. Cue Dobbsof Mrs. Walter Altman Wednes-1 I Just Mail Us A Pattern For

.; I visiting her slater Mrs. Pearl the occasion. Those from out sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacksonville vLslttd: Mrs. day.The I j I' Table TopsSHEA'S
Rental ServicesHOSPITAL' Dobbshonored
Booker in DeLand during' the of town were Mr. and Mrs. C. Crosby.Mr. Susie Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. family. of Earl
Norman Padgett and ]Mr. and and Mrs. Bill Swanson, Julian Dobbs and) Mr. and him with a birthdaY:
BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS week.Mr.. and Mrs. John Wyrlck Mrs. Norman Padgett Jr. of Mrs. Mary Hill and Mrs. Mrs. Earl Dobbs and families dinner Sunday celebrating GLASS CO.

CRUTCHES spent the weekend with Miss Lake Wales Mr. and Mrs. Juanita Barnett and daughter Sunday afternoon. his 30? birthday, Among I

Elizabeth Terry. On Sunday Eugene Taylor of Mlddleburg, Joy all of Jacksonville Miss Charlene Taylor recently those present were Mrs. Edna 1313 N.W. 4th Pl. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2.4353ai'iClfrn" ;
I they all attended the even Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Taylor were dinner guests of Mr. spent a week m Atlanta Cason of Jacksonville, Mr.'

ing services at Boat Drain Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman, and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sun Ov: as the guest of and Mrs. Don Newmans and "
Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Nor- Miss Jennie Bowers. I _
Brand New day.Mr.
Mrs. Lois Carter attendedthe and Mrs. Bobby Cros- Rev. Norman Redding,
marriage of her granddaughter man.Mrs.. Irene Ratliff of Graham by and son and Mrs. Marie chaplain of East Unit at the

Vicky Denmark of asked me to Include this Ellxson of Oalnesvllle were State Prison brought the .
SPECIALISTcOURSE Jacksonville to Charles Bates In my Items. visiting the C. C. Crosbys message to Ralford First t'Plslu[ '

of Mississippi on Saturday We are once again tryingto Saturday. Baptist Chursh Sunday
evening August 28. Others raise money for the up- Little Lee Flakes of Gain- morning and Sunda, night
attending from here were keep of Mount Sinai ceme- esville spent last week: with while Rev. Jack Stolte and
i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling tery near Graham. his great-grandparents, Mr. family are vacationing. Caltle

., and Owenn Mr. and Mrs. If you have helped In the and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Sgt. Ronnie Williams of I
I George L. Shuford and past it has been greatly ap- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ft. Rooker, Ala. is home on N Nc I Ifeeding

Offered For The Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar preciated. We have Just com- Ellxson were hosts to the leave visiting his parents.
Now Being Carter and' Mr. and Mrs. pleted some work at Mount Young Married People of the Mr. and Mrs. R E. Williams N

.% First Time In Florida David Browning. Sinai and It has depleted our church Saturday night witha at the State Farm. _
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Battle of funds. So we once again ask peanut boiling Everyonehad Karen Register of Lake

LEARN IN 3 SHORT MONTHS Jacksonville were Sunday for your help. an enjoyable evening. City was a weekend guest of
I dinner guests of Rev.. and Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor' Debbie Griffis.
*. MANICURING Mrs. John Hickox. Mrs. Irene Ratllff. and children of Gainesville Mrs. Edna Cuson of Jacksonville .

*. PEDICURING 'I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wllklson Graham Flu. coo| Post Office spent the weekend with her was a weekend guestof
and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs P
and daughter
FACIALS r.V.n..yynVYVVYvyyrrBaviess F Crosby.Mr. and Beth. Iii
B. L. Wllklson Se. spent the '
*.. MAKE-UP weekend with Paul Wllklson and Mrs. Bobby Cros- Earl Dobbs nd sister, Mrs. E .

.< *. SHAMPOOING and family In Orlando. Hiwav by and son and Mrs. Marie Edna Cason visited Clarence
Ellxson of Oalnesvllle attended Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Son
Become An Expert And Step IntoA Mrs Johnny Jenkins, son church Sunday and were ny Starling in Sanderson
Robert and daughter Mrs By Mr. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Good-Paying Job dinner guests of Mr. and Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Jacksonvillewere
Junior Green of
Mrs. Kenneth Ellxson. and Mrs. Bob Taylor
Call Gainesville 376-4105 Sunday visitors of/ Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond were business visitors In Lake r
.- and Mrs. O. J. Anders and Happy Birthday to J. R. I Brown of Worthington City Friday.'
Mrs. Marian Mars and son Kelly, Mrs. L. A. Crosby and
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Springs were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson
Central Hairstyling College Jeff also of Jacksonville are David) Sapp. We wish each of Joe Dwyer. of Camilla, Oa. announce the -
visiting them this week. of you many more.Congratulations -
Lucian Thomas of Ft My- birth of a daughter Kimberly : -
Mrs. Johnny Young and to Mr. and relatives here l
ers was visiting Suzette, Saturday, Aug. 20
Inc. son Glenn of Athens, Ga. visited Mrs. Bobby Martin on the last week. Mrs. Wilson Is rememberedas

Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. A. C. arrival of a son born Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosby the former Miss Kuthryn
2323 N.E. 17th Terr. Pearce Tuesday to Friday of Aug. 27 in, BradIorclAREA : I and children of Williston Klttler, daughter of the late IP I

.... were Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klttler.
'- i g *** guests of the O. E. Crosbys Emmett Horton, Assocla-: '
and Mrs. J. L. Johns. tlonal Director of Brotherhoods Reddy Kilowatt docs the j/lb easier and faster.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY will meet with Brother- Electric feeding equipment cuts tfaie and feed costs.
yyyyyyyyyyyyVVVVVVITHERESSA hood'' of Raiford First Paptist '
Thursday night. Mr. Horton It's automatic!

will show a film on Brother-
1 1ro hood, so be with us Thurs- Amount of feed ted eai: > cow can be accurately

t SALVAGE Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAR Office Equipment By Linda CrawfordHOPE. day Mr.evening.and Mrs. L. D. Dobbs regulated, or shut completely at each stanchionor

Hancock OfficeEquipment of Gainesville& and Mrs. Edna feed bunk.
Equipment ..AA A ... .AAAA1
Cason of Jacksonville visitedO.

3RASINGTON--. Cherry's BAPTIST, CHURCH D.. Dobbs Tuesday), night Investigate flow electii<:feed handling,can! save

WHS.AG----- m.m'' Santa Fe Tractor, Gainesville'* Most Faahlonabl Smlth-COrona-Authorlzed Friday Recreation night at U'the held commun-each sonville Ernest visited Freeman Mrs.of Jack Mary:/ time and put money in your pocket. There's no match
For Ladies
r Ion, Address Dealer ity house, starting at 7:30.: Freeman and other relatives I for flameless electric it's rheiper, too. -

"f Inc. DRESSES-SUITS WEARACCESSORIES-COATSMATKRNITT Clary. -Victor+TotaDIa Everone Is Invited] to come here Saturday afternoon.

rnALEs! SERVICE FORD Adding Machine. Calculator and participate. Mrs. Walter Altman and See your equipment dealer or contact.-. .
Sunday School, 10 n. m.; her nieces. Misses Martha
e Selection of Tfeed Oar ft ImplementsFord 1 7 W. University, Galnevill SA1JE8-SERVICE-RENTALS Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Mary and Jo AlvarsM!! were .
Tractor
OnCadillac Trade Farm .
ken
Training Union, 6:30: pm.; I accompanied by a niece
001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 USED'Industrial EQUIPMENT Equipment SAVE!;, TIME DIscoM yourh1EN'3 Evening Worship 7:45.: : Wednesday Kathy Jones of Jacksonvilleon FLORIDA Pb1N'EA'F 'LIGHT r C COMPAIgY

WEAR requirement with aPHONIC first. Prayer Service, 7:30p. : a visit to Mrs. Harriette '
!: 878-5801 BALES PART SERVICHJ 528 ?*. Main St. GalnNVU1e m.. with, choir practice. Lord and.Mrs Mildred Pries- HBLPIHG. p.UILD FLORIDA

PICK'UP it DELIVERY Phone 376-0501 afterwards. ter in Marlngowln, La.! They
4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville L & L Men's Shop Hope Baptist Church Choir

Phone 376-2548 attended a revival at Johns-
Florsheim Shoes town Baptist Church !In Lake
CRANE PAINT & GLASS
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Butler. Tuesday night.
GARDEN SUPPLIES Peso Pluma Suit ---
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ME tcvRY Liddell Paint & Sue White daughter Ye
NpOLN- s
Ladle Sports Wear Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin- An Amazing Value-YOURS-A Book Week!*
tbortted Sale* A Service I dell, was visiting in St. Aug-
Johnson&Paris, Inc. Arrow Drea Shirt Glass Co. 'ustine Saturday.

K. University. Gainesville Miss Cheryl Ortffis.
Phone 572-42(51( Complete Line of IS W. University GalnHvUle KTANIZE PAINTS I
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs.\ J.
IlEED8-PJ.ANT8-! Gru.-Mirrors! Sliding Door FUNK WAGNALLS ENCYCLOPEDIAin
D. GriffIs, left Monday night &
Crane's:: Imports IaMictlclde.-Pet SoppUMFERTILIZERS Tub Enclo ures-8hower Door for Jacksonville' where she

MOBILE IIOllESWlDdowsAwnlngCarpet- was the guest of ]M. and
Veil (Mercedes-Bens) Wallpapar-Btorefront Mrs. W. T. Zelgler. She returned -
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' OoDllwtatlon.rlAT1III..U1A.N' the NEW'I'd'orado
home Thur dav. Deluxe Edition
224 N.W. 8th Av. 118 N.W. !Sixteenth! St. .
MUSTANG Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler '
GAINESVILLE .72-8191
N. Main GalneavlU PHONE %-041' of Gainesville were Sunday

Phone 872-4378 Gainesville Fla. Mobile Homes, Inc. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
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Orlffls and family Mrs.
SEWING MACHINES
Gainesville'. Discount Mobile Rhonda Dampler was also a
sty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE Home Sales Lot. dinner guest Sunday
Purchase discount on entire National SewingMachine Bernie McGee, a memberof

chain guarantee huge savings. Hope Baptist Church, is
POWELL'S Co. Inc. still In the Bradford County
: NEW MOON CAPELLA Hospital with a concussion.

leauty Academy "GLASS CO. INC. PAJCKMAKEB New Home, Pfaff Nelco, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall
left this week fora
'and sons
Universal Sewing Machine.
.. Used Mobile Home Low
In Tour Bale & Service vacation In the Smokey dr !
nt a Profession "EVZRYTHDfO IN GLASS1 Priced. With approved credit : :
r* TIme. Full or.Part Timer low .* $100 down. Nearly New Unit $3: monthly Mountains.
.'. Store Fronts :Mirror Buddy Packham. son of
a EVENING CLASSES Window. Sliding Glass 4879! N.W. ISth St. 441 North Budget Term Available Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack-

ham, visited Dr. and. Mrs.
Enclosure
Term Doors Tub 811 W. TJnlveralty. Gainesville
L&vr Tuition Gainesville 878-1S4&
Christopher, In Daytona, !
.J19 N.W. 10th Ave. 8038 N. E. Waldo Rd. CALL COLLECT 878-1355 over the weekend.Mr. .

,Gainesville 878-2764 and Mrs. J. H. Swin REGULAR PRICE
Gal eevtlla 8782084University dell of Olen St. Mary', and I : _. : '
., TILES & PAINT __
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Mr.and Mrs. Hubert of Jacksonville
NCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS: _
visited Mr and Mrs. w' # J JTHE
Glass FLINTKOTE TILE Walter Swindell and family
Vinyl-Vinyl Aabeeto Asphalt afternoon.

VIST., THAT ALL YOUR & Glazing Co., Inc. Long. Local Distance Drayage Moving Floor Finishing Product Sunday There will be a gospel sing EF;_ y The volumes of tM world-famous encyclopedia now sell for $2.79

ONCBETH PRODUCTS CARPET held at HeUbronn Baptist x .4 ;r s apiece when ordered directly) from the publmher. Now you can buy
.. MIRRORS Storage Packing (Crating Church at 7:30: p. m. Satur- WORLD-FAMOUS them at about HALF THAT PRICE by using the special money-
Air THE: BEST FBOMAward's Shipping laving coupon you get from the store.
AUTO GLASS FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S WALLPAPERTenneyTile day night Sept. 2. EveryoneIs FUNK & WAGNALLS And the first volume Is yours at a greater saving than that only
Invited. 49* which I le $2.30 off the publisher's regular price.
Building Tub Encloanrai Shower* MOVING & Paint Rev. D. E. Willis, of Pa. ENCYCLOPEDIA Volume 1 is now on sale. Use the special coupon in
"S Supply Inc. Door Stora Front latka visited Mr and Mrs. HUGE TREASURY OF KNOWLEDGE this advertixement. With Volume 1 you receive FREE
| & Storage Inc. 2222 N.W. 6th St. additional coupons for Volumes 2 to 23.
1319 8. Maui: Gainesville Gainesville 378-1302 O. L. Crawforfd, Saturday. BRAND NEW MAGNIFICENT NEW EDITION Each week thereafter a new volume Is placed on
f.lC O. Main-S7S-4844 S7C-B9S1 afternoon. Each volume has the content of three sale so that if you collect your volume a book each
8540 N.H. Waldo Rd. Rev. J. C. Hesters, of Fornandlna ELDORADO DELUXE ordinary book*. The complete set. contain week in only a few short months you will own a com
GAINESVILLE FLA. Gslneevill.8724271IRON Beach, and Rev. SEVEN MILLION WORDS in all in plete act. Volume 2 to 23 cost you only $1.49 each with
TRAVEL EDITION nearly. ten thousand douhln-colunmvtd the free So Volume 1 this week.
: ORNAMENTAL Harrell Driver of Vulce were pa".... covering ov.r THIRTY THOUSAND coupons get
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guests GILDED PACE TOPS 1
ECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC MUSIC House of Rev. of all man' knowledge. I O1 Od1 0 DdDi
Travel home last Friday night .
Thewest Eldorado Deluxe Edition b COUPON woos iron
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Heaters and his ramify i were 25 Magnificent Volumes really lIor"......... bound In creamy limu- |m W
Ornamental Iron IN C also guests of the Crawfordson feted t leather clamped in red black and *2.30 OFF |PTMS
Lipham Music Co. Sunday afternoon.RAIFORD. Hold with apacul end-paper, full-color'
Steel StairsFabrication 7,000,000 WORDS frontispieces! thousands of photograph?/ y PUICHAM VOtUMI NO.t "
AIRLINES! drawings, and diagram illuatratinit the 1 OITHlPIIMK
./1 lotor Repair Co. >: Erection of Gainesville Shopping Ctr. STEAMSHIP! text, and A WAONAUS INCYCIOPIDIA
comprIsing complet. i
Light Structural Steel 11- 31SSj 30 000 ARTICLES on the glob.. a World
110 N. W. 10th Ave.oAuthorized R. R Atln Mont beautiful of all. the paire-ttin* t 1 l ONLY 49C ,
If Of Oahie* in<, Ino. MlscellaneoiM Iron of all the volume l *are folded i ,a*only really Y p (
\ : ftep&lrln-Rewtn Hotel! CaP Rentals I AUTHORITATIVE! expensive bonk. are gilded, making the set. Fin NhM., tr I
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1.4F :V4: New and Used Steel Products Co. Charge For Our Service By ) COMPREHENSIVEI nmsuperbly t
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SAUSAGE . 49* PORK LOINS' La. 681 S I

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2-oz. NESTEA I GREEN BEANS ., 27d 2* PEANUT BUTTER 43t '' No. 1 Toll THRIFTY MAID :
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INSTANT TEA . 87f 17oz. GREEN GIANT 12-ot. SKIPPYPEANUT RIPE OLIVES 37* 2da
2rt PEAS w/Mushrooms I
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No. 303 Can DOLE LOW CALDRIE'' BUTTER 43
No. 303 Can STOKELY 4rt
FRUIT COCKTAIL 29tf 2lt SLICED CARROTS 19 \ 24-or DEEP SOUTH PINEAPPlE HUNTS. CATSUP 37oz 2c!
t No 2 Can COMSTOCK t I 2d ( SWEET 10
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BUSH 43r/ 12.
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PIE MIX 47/! 2 SV/EETNER 87
WHITE HOMINY 2/25* 2t 2 41 No.2 Can COMSTOCK FRUIT t .
.. CHERRY"PIE MIX' 47d : No. 303 Can STOKELY I OF VINE . 39'" 4rl I2oz SUNSWEETBLUEBERRY I
.. 2d SAUER KRAUT I"" ,1" PITTED PRUNES 47"2rl
40--.-5UNSWEET 21 rf 2 to PRUNE JUICE . 57* 2* 8 Of THRIFTY MAID KARO SYRUP . 67r/ 2c IS 1 -01 DEL MONTE ,
INSTANT !
MILK 69 RAISINS .
: 3-oi ARMOUR' 1-Lb DIXIE CRYSTAL 4d 28-or . 27* 2d
.. POTTED MEAT . 13tf HONEY 14 Pk. SUNMAID
Yid BROWN GIRL SYRUP
SUGAR 3rt
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FARMS < < RAISINS . 27
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I' MUSHROOMS 35* 2lt COLONIAL SUGAR 49* 1Od DEWKIST SYRUP ,. Beer & Wine:, Licensed+ Stores Only
2V4-ox GREEN GIANT SLICE OR WHOLE 37d 2d SHERRY sWINE
: 5DX" CRYSTAL OR j ,... 87* Sd
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WINE 69
w.. 6 : !-l.b. Bog FROZEN FRENCH

I FRY 14-0. Pkg TASTE O'SEA PERCH
POTATOES J/891/ SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS FISH

:: box': : Con LIBBY'S LIMEADE OR (Regular_or Pin!! SHERBET FILLETS . 2/1./

or 12-o. Can THC REAL THING" FLORIDA
:: LEMONADE ASTOR
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RICH'S .' ICE 1 I CREAM ORANGE JUICE . 4i.Quorte / 1 1Pory .

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6V4-OZ. KELLOGGS /15-oz. EAGLECONDENSED 40-0. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 416-oz. TWINKLE
SPECIAL K . 33c 2d MILK 39d 21t BEEFARONI . 730 2d COPPER CLEANER 47c 21t
1 18-0: KELLOGGS I"-oz HOT SHOT 25 lb. JIM DANDY 7oz. INSTANT
CORN FLAKES . 430 2d BUG BOMB . 87t 21tPti. DOG RATION . $2.39 100 t SILVER POLISH 37d 2d'(
6 Pk XELLOGGS .'REAL KILLINSECT 2-Lb. LITTLE FRISKIES 14oz. LYSOL
REQUEST PACK 310 '. 2d SPRAY 57 2 t CAT FOOD . 470 20 t DISINFECTANT $1.39 1Od27ox.
7oz.'KELLOGGS Pti. GULF 2 Pk. AEROWAX
FRUIT LOOPS . 350 2 t tI HOUSEHOLD SPRAY 33d 21t PRAISE SOAP 2/430 2d FLOOR WAX . 69 'lO t
16-oz.I POST CEREAL 2-oz.'HARRIS 6 Pk.GAY. .
GRAPE NUTS . 450 4d ROACH TABLETS 27ft 21t BOUQUET SOAP 370 2<2 .6-0. FINESTFLOOR WAX 99d 1Od 1
BEECHNUT STRAINED KELLOGG'S 22- z. DOVELIQUID
26.oz. GOLD LABEL
BABY FOODS . 8/800 9 t POP. TARTS . 42d 3dSlb. DETERGENT 610 20VSGal. < FREE WAX . $1.09 lOd
1 IV4-oz. ASTORVANILLA JIM DANDY WHITEARROW
EXTRACT 330 2d JIM DANDY GRITS 43 4 t BLEACH 310 20 t JOHNSON'S 7-or. FAVOR 79d lOIt
4-oz. WAKES UP FLAVOR 12-oz.'ARMOUR TREET 22oz.. NIAGARA I.-oz. JOHNSON
ACCENT e 950 3d LUNCH MEAT . 57 2 t SPRAY STARCH 570 20 t PLEDGE . $1.29 lO t
32-oz. SOFTASILK No. I Can BLUE BAY 16-oz.. ROVENROVEN 20-oz. HEINZHEINZ
CAKE FLOUR . 470. 2d PINK SALMON 6U 61tNo MOPS 750 4d< KETCHUP 35d 2d
10-oz. CARNATION INSTANT : 303 Can LESUER 2', STRIPE JUMBO ROLL KLEENEX
DRY MILK . .32 3 t SWEET PEAS e 29 4 t DISH CLOTHES 470 20 t PAPER TOWELS ..35t! 2ct

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rAOR TWLLV6 .RAnrown co".A.O.. tSTARnr.. y1ARr.
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In whichstudents About 20 of the !school roi! .
auAAAALAAAAAAIAAAAAI Mrs. Carol jSasadu of Gainesville tell spent last weekend in Sue and children Ralph Bryan. presented! some $9,000( In to FFA chapters who do the serve as a laboratory eats In use by_ 'lOI'I.j.. hliih
will have grades 1 AJ 2. 8t Petersburg visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis of! I Budii I)' :Pick-Up: Adr< I cash to Florida FFA" chapters bet lob of year-round forest learn such technicians, -
Mrs Mattie Ellis of Worth- Harrell's relatives there. Baltimore. Md. was vlsltlnt Brown, Gerald Joyner, Marl during the 10 years it has management; on their school as reforestation conservat..ifire I schools are provided >v !si

BROOKER Ington will have 3 & 4, and Mrs. Ethel Buss along with Mr. and Mis Guy 'eland Adkins, Edward Williams, sponsored the foiesticom forests These school forests, suppression Insect control \ Regis on the company. '>

Mrs. Henry Harrell of Brooker Mr.and Mrs. Jessie W. Pukes family last week. Mis Henry Lawson, Sonny Law petition administered 1.by vocational harvesting and nava.! woodlands.

By Joyce StokesAAIAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAA will have 5 it! 8. Mrs. Jr. and family of Gainesville, Davis will be remembered, a1 son These prizes ate awarded, agriculture departments. stores management.

Katherine Henry of :New spent the weekend visiting! she was a former teacher al NJa ok Benny" ... ,_
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River, with the assistance of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jones Brooker Jr. High In 1965. I Cloverleaf: Joyce Warden, y, .,_._-_ __... __, .,__.. ,...... -. .. ......."" II -
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SCHOOL DAYS Georgia Howard will operatethe and family In DonaldsonvUle. Mr. andi' Mrs. Wayne Hayei Ernest Trlest Jo Ann For L. fnrLV ----- ,-

School days have already lunch room this year. Alto Ga. and family are spending, syth, Junior Hersey.

begun a' Breaker Junior we have a new secretary. Mr. ad Mrs. Stanley Cros- several days here visiting Barrel Weave: Ernest N1 a

High School for the faculty. Miss Regina :H .rreU. Regina by and son Bobby. and Mrs. Edna Hayes In Qalnesvllle Tilest. Merrill Orlffls, JoAnn

With !school scheduled'' to was secretary tor the Jr. daugter Suzlanne, of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs Guy; Forsyth, Imogene Bryan

open In Bradford County High In Starke last year. S. C. enroute to visit Mr. Harrell. GaD Jordon, Haz l Grif-

Sept. 5 the teachers are already School ,bus drivers will be Crosby's parents Rev and Sunday guests of Mi. and fis.

at woik This year we Dolly Harrell, Ethel Baas and Mrs. C. A. Crosby In Linden, Mrs. George Tet tone wen Arena Race: Joyce Warder,

teal very fortunate to have Lloyd Barry The bulldlnz spent the night with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dam Merilll Orlffis, Ernest Tfelsl,

an our teachers with us contractor said the new ,Hazel: Harrel and daughter, pier of Gainesville. Mr. and< Imogene Bryan, Junior lIer-

attain-they are Principal bulking will be rcadyi' by Sharon last week ,, Mrs. Alver Cassels and faro sey Hazel Griffis.

Ferguson: of Starke 7 *! V'I Sept. 5, but Mr. Fijguson, !Pvt. Patrick W. Castlen llv. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Bia; Buddjn. Pick-Up: Merrll

grades will be taught by said he thinks it will be later was honored Sunday with a of Starke and Mr and Mrs. Griffin Joyce Warden, Ernes

Ferguson and Mrs Hazel than that but will be happy family dinner at the homeof Ancll Tetstone of HellbronxSprings. Trlest, :Hazel Oriole rank

Harrell Mrs. Harrell \\11al\ -( If it is flnilshed by Oct 1. his grandparents Mr. and Hersey.

so have the kindergarten", Mr. and Mrs Malcuni HarServing Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Attending Mrs. Otis Tetstone and
"'(.1 I were In addition to children are spending two vin yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI L lfB0U[

grandparents and Pat: Mr. weeks vacation with her par I .

Florid and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and ents. Mr. and Mrs. Pan I ,. k ,1

Since 1930 family Mrs. Emma Lou Smith In, Burbank Ohio. NEWS ABOUTSERVICE 1.r WEST !' li lirwo

Tomllnson and sons and Mrs. A'inle Mae Joties of I ,7'
olwrrL' 8 dft& Atkinson. /
a Casey Gainesville was visiting Mr zT :

---......____ ... __ ___ ..............,; J#.. practice Going on out the for V football rt>lty at Saturday.and Mrs. George Tet ton MENu.AAUUUAA.A..AA.1u] r'r.J: : : "vo .

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BHS,, this year is our own cash & \
Mrs! Ernestine Dukes and cariyI '\' .
Gene Melvjn, Coins out for '
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Mrs Carolyn M1 CordiallyEaves Jr.Kaulersorr' Varsity .'at ErIc'BHS.Tomllnson.Dalp is Gene, dinner guest of Mr| C 1st Lt. Dewey I BUILDING i I II BARGAINS dALf! -

Welcomes ',Stokes, and) Tony Cast L. Atkinson Friday 5t$ ;Region US. B.McKlnney'l/ ,
Mrs. Alphle Panlsh of Au- tense Command
Representative 1en. .
urndale and Mrs. Hester warded the 5th1\ R_glo.i cert "
and Your I
You IreneRatlitr I MATERBALS
Ph. 964-5812 : A 1)ote'1rom" Mrs. '
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Thomas of Starke were visiting locate of Achievement for: ,
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your -,,in Graham, advises Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes meritorious service as Special

Starke New Home me, that they are In need of and family Sunday after / Services Officer and Custo
financial assistance lor theupkeep'
I noon. dian. Headquarters 5th Region i
of the Mt.; Blnal
: Mr. and Mrs. James Rho- Central Welfare Fund at. Gunter -
of FloridaIt Cemetery near Graham. Im
The State
den and family of Jacksonville A.FIin;\, Alabama.Lt. .
sure there are many in this '
Is Our Desire To Make You Feet Wetcoirie and Area. 'who ,would like to help attended services Christ! at the McKinney, Is tho son of DON'T LOK YOUR COOLFIBERGLUS '
'Church of Sunda.ymorning.
To Acquaint You With Youf' City. lit.this.: Please tend yOur contributlona Mr.andMrs. Buford E. McKln
to Mrs. Irene Rat ney of Route 2, Starke. Priorto INSULATE
Mr.and Mrs. L. A. Mott, Sr.
his release active
Jiff | Postmaster, Graham from
If you are new in the area a phone Florida.QO of'' Gainesville, and Mr. and duty he resided in Montgomery -
Mrs. L. A Mott, Jr and: famIly -
Pvt.' Billy Wood Is home Ala. with his wife and WITH
call will bring a prompt visit Mich were" the
: you on a 15 day leave, visiting. pf Wayne their daughter, Laura Lynn. _
dinner Rucsts{ Friday night of ..
from your local hostess. Please fire with his ''grandmother. Mrs. VTr. and Mrs. W. H. Hicks Be comfortable relaxed reitful! .
John{ McNeil. BUly will) go to and family. Navy Ensign O. Todd Givens ( cure ,cozy..snug when your most
her a call! She ha* maps and many Alaska for 32 months when Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G.T.. important investment, your home, i is IS9
'this leave Is up. and Givens of Keystone Heights cooler during summer warmer during
free and wonderful gifts for you EMC: Guv. M. WilDnghiomof Redding of Gainesville has completed courses In basic ?. winter .. Big savings on fuel bill, toe
vrr. and Mrs L. A. Mott Jr. rc
(aerodynamics' -nd avttatlpn\\
from local businesses. the usa Tulare. In San
Diego;'cil1f. is home on a 30 >f Wayne Mich were visitIng physiology at the' Pensacola 'Insulation. daint co t-it pays!

)leave with 'wife Mary Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Navy Air Station. After com
Say, 'VAPOR'BARRIER.BACKtNG
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: Hicks and! family' Sunday pleting his next phase of WITH .

-- ;:", afternoon. training under the Navy
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Josephine McNeil of Jacksonville -
I Training Program he will receive ISWIDTH
was visiting her his 'Wings' of Gold.:: "
mother, Mrs John McNeil 3"THICK
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS D DIRECTORY .-*
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;this weekend. Lt. Col Joseph H. John- TC nunJin.wu ,

son, of the Army National t m
/Querdi! recrn/tfgr/ graduated
APPLIANCES MOBILE HOMES-USED PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S ROPING CLUB from the Mobilization General

Staff Officer Course at thecomman.dt BIGGER
TV RESULTSThe and General Staff

Stereo seaMagnavox College at Fort Leavenworth,, err, 1v ,
Zenith Motorola J. & J.. Swap. Shop .. Kan. :He Is the son cf Mrs. I

General Eleotrtc: Commercial!! and. Portrait. Bradford! Roping! Club Emily A. Pease of Starke. The jA& K

."You Get A Good, Deal 'At- USKD. TBAILKRS .. Frames;Photography, .A{ Custom,. Framing had an average of 74 entilesat course is a. pererqulslte for + /7yREC,1"r."ao Campers from S' *' 20' its weekly shows during} promotion to lull colonel. ulN''
a
.. WHY COOK LIKE A PIONEER? 7
i blS3 Btondlor Blvd. August. ''
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F. O. MILLERJiukitonvllln@A t np Mobile: Homes. 32". -. _65' Jacksonville ago-1&i A total record of 81 riders Rhett S. Fox son of Mr. and WHEN ATVIES" MODERN MAID AS LOW As'i'

::. ::= Trades Bank Fln&t'cing" competed at the August 19 Mrs. Everett Fox of Keystone DISHWASHER 139"MODERN U ; i

-n.01....r..rw .as. -.. : '. show before the largest Heights was commissioned an MAID GARBAGEDISPOSAL mil 11 l
llgwy.' 31.. Orange .l>"*rk' group of spectators to date. Army 2nd lieutenant after
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.....d' PIANOS. ., The public"' Is reminded tfraduatlnw from the Infantry 29s I In 1 I/I/ A" or full 3:* thick, tongu '

Auto Sales & Service T..I. 'fU-1'4 that the shows are held at Officer Candidate School at MIAMI.CAREY4SOO SCRIES and grooved, v joint or plckwickpalfcm.
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;c.' 'I:30: each Saturday night. : at Ft Bennlngr Ga. While attending YOU WILL *18" Random width boardiMako
RANGE HOOD
: . oloctlon 'from 35 of
LAND ><'Fer'Musical: Advice' the Fairgrounds arena, and the school he was .. your ( woodi.
FIND
beautiful
she world' moil
MOTORCYCLES CARTER NICE admission Is free. trained In leadership tactics MICA LAMINATE ALL PATTERNS Thrill la natural wood from naluro'tnehanting

ROVER .: High-point trophy winners of small Infantry. units and SO MUCH COUNTER TOPPING :.40s,. ( rostr. Beautify your

The World's Finest In r ,. ( 'r.' "bJ '" for August were Cindy the use of infantry weapons.. FOR EASY TO INSTALL STEEL 42" SINGLE BOWL w living room, dining room, pam
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Sold and Serviced by' HONDAo ,. m"iie1tl;' :!' 'f 4., tall, it through 12; Tommy Lt. Charles S. Harden of SO LITTLE! CABINET SINK '. S48 oHic WEST li the world's d.9er
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Roberta. Chevrolet : : e Smith 13 through' 19; Adro the State Farm, recently iwppllor of SOLID wood paneling
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.MODELS. pih: r. ante Brands ]. . Proving Orpund.. Md: b; 55 VARIETIES OF EXOTIC
August 26 results. In order During this time he received ifllJD WOOD PANELING

JEEp Merchants Ore ri 8tamps PIANO -- CONN ORGANS of> finishing: nine weeks of training in I

Vehicles' .. 651 Park Jacksonville 388-8919 Ate 7 'And '1Jnder the ordnance mission of suo-'

-O Jeep' Wagoneer' Station Open 8 A.M. 7 "-M. Cloverleaf: Keith Cal.ter.CindY plying and maintains the I
: Jordon, Dora Trelst Army's weapons and combat
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Wagon Tues.': .* Wed., Tliurs., ..F I. Randy Brown. Linda Orlf1s vehicles.
.I Jeep I'nlvmalnI PICTURE FRAMES
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Dennis Brown. Lt. Harden attended
'' Gladiator Trucks AM. 8 P.M.
I Jeep Open Bata p
Barrel Weave Cindy Jorion.:: rain, State College in
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Parts, Keith: Carter, Dora Tilest. ucky and the
S I Approved l 2 Whtl Closed Sunday & Monday Dennis Brown Randy Brown, Florida. He received a
4 Wheel Drive SPILLERS'Urlve .Occoritejl&ECORITEl
lugle Fox. degree( In 196?. a Master's in PAINTMANWACTUIIO

BLAND MOTORS CYCIJCS ? GALLERY Arena Race: David Man- 1964. and a Ph. D. 'degree.. in
EDDIE ilng. Keith Carter Dora 1966. .
4040 Standing Blvd. Picture Oilgfs BY NATIONAL OYPSWM co.
MOTORS, Inc. Framing. rrlest, Cindy Jordon Linda adz '
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Jrlffls.. Bobby!) Carter. Seaman Apprentice! Kenneth -
: W. ADAMS JaclwoDVIUo Tl 1.8344' Arts
Painting Graphic
JACKSONVILLE: S54-775I Buddy Pick-Up: Dennis E. Thomas, USN". soild YaIf liJ6!

Unfrained'Pictures': 3rown; Cindy- Jordon Dora Mr. and Mrs. ,Elmer BPhomaa.

Parrish Motors Criest, Bobby Carter, David of Starke has repoited -
MUSIC 10M rark'StIn. Points Vlannlng.(,\ Mark Joynei for duty at the Naval INTERIOR or EXTERIOR

Jax S5JJ- .OWS 1 Age 8 Thru It Support Activity 'In Vietnam.
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HALK.S8EHMCE: Cloverleaf: Ronnie Hall The[ activity- was established:

Randy Jojner, Sand* Moran to meet Increased requirements L sd fe UATBX ,

PARTS Paulus Music .Co.. SEWING CENTER Kimbo Porsyth. Rodney) for combat logistic 4C< =
Jrlffls. Nate Shannon. support of operations in tsa gl 9i MR?.

32 Year! As A Dealer b Band & String. Instruments: Barrel Weave: Ronnie Vietnam through the port ofDa UJT
Used Cars Jail. Randy Joyner Klmbo Nangr. GAL
.flU Always Laura. Good St. .Jllt'kvI1Jto. ,Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers H. 8e N. Torsyth., Paul Brown, Brad 4 0 #

Phone 3! 65654BEAUTY CENTER Tarter Sandi Morgan !FFA t\,
School Bupplfes.-IMtruetlon SEWING Bradford '
: Ronnie! Hall, ;
Arena Race: r tS'PE&AL PR/CE'i.
ACADEMY Randy Joyner, Brad Carter, Chapter; Wins 43 ILi 'VLL
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1967' SingerAuto Rodney Orlffls. Dean Brown. Cash AwardThe .-tWK TM WOIX" llfM lit PaiitlRi)

American >IoslO Llbr'aryFlrpert' ,, Clmbo Forsyth. V LOCATIONS
: ': Zig Zag Buddy" !' Pick-Up: Dean
Hairstyling Repair Department. Jrown. Klmbo Forsyth Brad Bradford Chapter of IN 10 STATES!
Academy -- '. Like New Carter, Nate Shannon. Perry the Future Farmers of WEST
; 21 W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE 41 W.: Monroe St., '' Jvyan., Robin Ostrander. America. has won a. 850 cash "'.. 0_.,.,, A A/Nu.ia.... yer OH ..,,.,__
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: 555-9391 Jacksoavwe\3d8-M47. bonsole. Model: makM fancy de- Ace 13 Thru 19 ;prize from St.:. Regis Paper) STORE HOURS: &;+ fha 'If-llt. W.., W jr.

signs.', stitches, monogram, Cloverleaf: Tommy Smith, Company for: placing seconds Mon.-Frt. 7:30-5:30: f :'1 :: 3PIECEENSEMBLE:
8S10 Beach Blvd. Ralph Morgan, Kelly Porsyth, In its district 'In Sat., 7:30-4:00:
overcasts, BOWS on buttons
Riverside Danny Bass Ernie Trlest forestry competition for 3330 N. WALDO RD.INESVI1XE };
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Jacksonville. 898-3091 make button holes ft blindstitches. 1966-67. G.\ .. .
3reg Woods. l .. .
Hairstyling] itn or STIII rui. i I" i"UVATOCT sac TOIIIT
; No attachments Barrel Weave: Tommy It is the fourth. consecutivel PHONE 378-2601 All

Academy Demonstrators 964 'or $8 per Smith. Ralph Morgan! Kelly rear that 'the" Bradford OcaU 1221 S. Orange Ave, FOIt $658f

2630 PARK 8T. mo. Call Jax 771-1850 Forsyth., Ernie Trlest, Danny Chapter: has won one of the 629-7967 ,vie ONLYI9"x17" ,

J1CKSONMLLE. 888-8537 OPTICIAN Jass. Greg Woods. St. Regis Awards, and, its Orlando 13() V{'. Michigan I. -- CHINA LAVATORY
H. &; N. Sewing Ctr. Bass winnings stand at .
Accredited Arena Race: Danny currently Ave2U5UITampa. .
Qualified Instructors born( Smith. Kelly For- 300.( .. 5306 N. 56lh SR- t AND TOILET SET

*. Modern Styling lyth. Ralph Morgan, Ernie The chapter., advised by Paul 629-7181 80TH

Monthly Classes WESTERN STORELITTLE Priest. Greg Woods. :Hutchlns and Curtis Mar- 1143 Halnen0671 QUALITYI ONLY) $2693JukMOnvllle

m "\\'hero tomorrow's lyllsts"' Buddy Pick-Up: Tommy lowe, vocational agriculture ._ SAVING 1 '
are trained"ELECTRIC Smith. Greg Woods Ellis teachers at Bradford County T CERAMIC
//ROFESSIOMAL OPTICAI 3rlffls. Ralph Morgan, Jerry High, School, won $100 in Jacksonville' 150 S. Ldge- VINYL-TUB

MOTORS COMPANYPrescriptions DUDE jce, Leaton Morgan. III. 1964 for second place in the wood ::;-3880575Fenoacola. ENCLOSURE WALL TILE
f > Western Store Ace 20 Tbru 38 state, $75 In 1065. an another East Blount
Peavy Brothers Flllad Cloverleaf: Henry Lawson 175 in 1966 both for, first. 438.0 n5 : PITS 34" FIRST QUALITY

Electric Co. Where You'll Find Everything Leo Thornton, Mark Adkins place in the District. M AND $1195 PER .
Broken Lenses Duplicated
For the Horse8oldServlcedRepalred Ralph Bryan BUI Forsyth Some 50 FFA" chapters MICH war vm Lou stasis Out'' 60"TUBS e 43C 'SQ. FT.
MOTORS
ELECTRIC EnthuMast"Generator.Startsra Robert Jordon. throughout the state compete TO KIIQHT g is
Artificial Eyes
: Western Clothing Leather- Barrel Weave: Adro Brown each year for the St. Regis

Eyewear Specialists good Saddles and Trailers Henry Lawson Mark Adkins awards in foresry, which,
Alterations Charles It Sharon Petty Ralph Bryan. Leo Thornton with its $1.25 billion annual
.: Armature Rewinding; :219 Laura !St. Jax '8SA-KU5 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IK.flLL ]
.- 902 So. Edcewood Ave. J. W. Thomas. volume, is second only to
4044 Lenox Ave. I.I '
..' Jacksonville- 387-2529 IBM Park Bt. Jax i4-M18 Jadoorrvtlla S84-1X10 Arena Race: Adro Brown tourism as Florida's I la/gest WEST WAREHOUSE I STORES '
lark Adklns, Leo Thornton, Industry

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