Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03757
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Tues. wr, Preliminary Plans I

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Preliminary plans for a new 34,344 square foot
For '
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Bradford courthouse were presented to the County
City voters will next Commission Wednesday morning by Architect Frank E+Wr e*

Tuesday Sept. 26, elect Hik George of, Palatka in a special meeting.The .

two members of their'city meeting with George could not have been more 1 1lyyy ,

council in a runoff be- friendly aa the commissioners except Mrs. Jesse Chas- S. 'tr ,, I

tween former' Councilman tain, got 'right to work familarizing themselves with .

Ewell Lawson 'and young plans for the two floors of the building. George had tlfk G ; .' ti''',;r
Gerald Williams In Group been notified by the Board to show up yesterday with o 9f 1. l

4 and Bradford educatorP. some _progress evident or the county would consider

T. (Tom) Nolin and changing Rrehitects.George .

car dealer W. H. (Billy) presented the preliminary given temporary housing in tl p r.t.
plans to the; Board the new courthouse if the f i lass ,
Noegel in Group I 6 for a
cannot be found.
then officeto
began visiting eacn money 4a' r t tS
one year term. allow personnel to go over The Commission Assured
:Moat prognostlcatora think plans for their particular suite. the superintendent the money
that only 1,100 voters will go He left six copies of the plans will be forthcoming when and
to the polls, lees than half of with the personnel and will If it can be found and a legal 'SaPM1'
the 2500 who are registered., S E- meet with; them in a few daysto method arrived at for its
Lawson has named five c, j get their suggestions forclianges. transfer. '
points In his bid tb overtake __ "We're greatly concerned as .
Williams, _. :Independent!'i Architect Frank George explain. preliminary plunx, to the county's 'new court 'If the plans were to be ac- school people that we've been f j
Telephone employee, who top drawn, bids could be completely ignored" Casey I
house to County CommlfMlonrm.. (I-r) Buck Norman Zvdra Hamilton, Chuirmuu ceptaji: as r
ped him by 92 votes, 598 to asked in less than four told the Commission when
500, in the primary, last Tues Dave Shuford and Jerome John, at a special meeting In Clerk Charles Darby's office months, George told the Com- noting no school offices in :3. A
Wednesday morning.! mission, but changes will delay the plans. The superintendent i ; ,
says he will work things.! Another 30 days pointed to several places in ?r M 1VS..
with city officials and department was also added for the archi- the neW' building which will

,heads, seek a living wage For Lawtey Woman tect to go over'the' furniture not be fully utilized for some
for city employees, work to Timber Firm and storage arrangementswith time since the courthouse Is "

clean up> unsightly Iota In each: different office. being built with, future growthIn
,the town and streets leading The Board will meet again the mind. He said the
Into It, keep a sharp eye on Liquor Violations Posts BondContainer with George on Out 12 at School Boandi could be housedin k r ,
the city's dollars, and work l3! p m., several places."I .
to give special electrical It will probably ,be six thought there had beenan 1
rates for those with air con- Corp. of America months before bids are askedon agreement to !give the
ditioning and lower all rates Draw Heavy FinesA posted Wednesday a $28,087 the courthouse and another School Board $30,000 to fix 1
If possible. superacdeas bond in Circuit year ,and a half for con- offices In the USO." Chair-
Williams has promised to Court here and is the last 'of struction to be completed.The man Dave ahufjord finally
serve all the pepole of the Lawtey woman, Jesse Lee Myers, was tried by a three timber: firms to take million\ dollar building said as Casey kept pushingthe
city Impartially and to the jury and found guilty on two counts of liquor law violations action to prevent payment of will 'now be an $350,000 one School Board's Inclusionin

beat of his ability. He also Tuesday in County Judge's {Court. 1965 taxes or sale of their the amount left to the Com the new county building. i
" urges voters to turn' out next County Judge T. A. Yawn sentenced her to $500 fineor lands! as they .set an appealof mission after construction of "I don't know about an

i Tuesday,. saying: hla success 90.days..1n.Ja1J..Dn..each, of the.tWQ,CQunt JLpo.svses-! ': .. Judge John A. H. Murpnref'Jnly'28 : ,the new Mricultureromplex\ :' '"agreement," Casey began $ $ A-Go-Go $
, CI8I'OJtr barn; 1 1pus! didn't agree" to take
; and"county
at the "poll* willdepend on to:' payments "You
,lion of an alcoholic beverage with Intent sell !in a
how many people vote. The three umber firms Including on the) ,money they $30,000," Shuford interjected '
Your county tax $?$? How are they spent
lie also noted she is at under
Though It Is for only ayear. dry county. present Rayonler Inc., and borrowed. "I thought it was all settled -
'. term, the Oroup 5 race probation on similar charges in Circuit Court; Owens-Illinois Glass Co.,, are The Board Js also lookingfor ." Did' you know that of .every dollar In county' taxes ;you. pay

In as hotly contorted as any Witnesses for the state wereJ. appealing the decision that ,$30,000 to give the School "Yes, If I'd be assured," 60.M'cent.te goes to support schools' Or that 7.42 cents foes)
council election. Noegel la T, Smith who testified he guilty of driving while Intoxi- they pay 1965 taxes at" the Board to construct offices In Casey, replied. Into your county's road system? Or that 2.79 cent.: goes to the

also a former councilman and made a "buy' at Moss placein cated and sentenced him to a rate of $79 per acre averageas Tempe Building on north!; Commissioner Jerome Johns, county health department! ;
makes tour points In his bM' east'' Lawtey. which Is oPerated Cine of $1C() or 60 daysIn assessed ,by Bradford- Tax: Ave. in lieu of including at that point, stated the Com- Tone Assessor. Gene Long ones again has prepared a sheet !
to overtake Noun who toppedhim by the woman last April Jail and his driver's license Assessor Gene Long. Judge the school offices In mission cannot assure the superintendent of what he farm Bradford County Facts. (Editor's Motet we
by 80( votes last.Tuesday. 1; Carl L, Smith; Jr. and Williams revoked for 30 days. Magnolia Murphree's decision ordered the new courthouse. becauso It is
6915.Noeg'el all state beverage them to taxes at that need not add that they're forts. every taxpayer should know.)
775 to Bowers, Mathews Williams was pay ( JSupt.: Tom Casey appearedat simply not known now how
says: he 'has been a agents. sentenced to a fine of $35 or rate plus Interest frpm Jan. the session Wednesday to much money the Commissionwill Very shortly Long will mall copies. of bin.. tax wheel to each

resident of this community: Also appearing as state wit- five days in Jail after chang- 1, 1966 and court costs. make sure the schools nil receive have until some concrete citizen.
for 40 years and understands; nesfcs! were Bradford Deputy rContinued On Page Six [Continued On Page Four the $30,000 or to be (Continued on Page Slxl
the problem. In. city' govern- Sheriff's A. E. Brown Jr. and
ment, that he has been ta successful Robert Green, who, took part
'businessman here for 7 when 15 In Damage SuitCounty .
In a raid on April \ In County Judge's Court
28 years and feel. hla practical half pint bottles of liquor
experience 'will enable hint were found on !the; premises. "
to approach the city's problems In other action Tuesday To '
with soundness.: He says Herbert! Lee Albert was found PaySheriff's ,
he will etrlve to 'keep an open, guilty of one count of assault Read Guilty On 3 Counts
mind and give an attentive and battery, but not guilty on
ear to the people, saying, they another!; !Identical, charge. CostsCounty
need a voice in city overn- Judae Yawn sentenced him to -

menC. Noeg-el strenes that be $!IIO or 60 days in Jail and A 23-year-old Silver Lake convicted, Rear Monday were Johns, EH au Bright Jr., andH. Us Knight served as a special

Is not seeking the office to revoked his driver's license for man who has filed a $40,000 1C; Davis, ;John Dlgga! Joseph B. Bakken Jr. assistant to County Prose- funds will be used to defend Sheriff.P. D.
augment his Income or for 90 days. damage suit aglnst SheriffP. cutor Gene Shaw.The' .
Brinson Charles K. In the trial Attorney Hol-
personal Interests, but in an John Peter Franklin" was D. Reddish and Deputy Barney state presented as its Reddish and Deputy Dolph Reddish In a $40,000 'dam

attempt to bring economy found guilty of Improper lane Dolph Reddish was convictedby first witnesses Mr. and Mrs. age suit beiiiff brought by Whitney Beale Read IIII of
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'" and Mrs. '
back Into city government. usage, and. sentenced to a fine a Jury on three charges in '. David Martin, Mr Silver_ Lake_ for alleged Illegal f jailing :and mistreatment
NoUn retired principal of of $2S 'or;;;to three days In Jail. County Judges Court Monday, Robert R Rogan, and the Rev. during his arrest July 12. 1
Starke Elementary School, A charge ,against Margrule Sept. 18. and Mrs. Merle Packham to Tho County Corn.nIssion tlons ate completely''without
names seven points In hla plat- Kelly for possession of an alcoholic The six-man petit jury found show thaf the defendant had voted unanimously to allow foundation and that the integrity -
form. His education and ad- beverage with Intentto Whitney Beale Read III guiltyof 'e b been shooting off fireworkson the sheriff to use county of law enforcement in
ministrative experience are sell without a license was voluntary intoxication, disorderly July 11 and on several funds from his budget for his this county must be maintained -
needed to successfully operatean dismissed by Prosecuting At- conduct by disturbingthe days previous/ to that. defense in the suit filed by I sincerely. believe I
800.000 business .such as torney acne Shaw. peace, and damages to Rogan, whose complaintdrew Read's attorney, Ralph that funds expended' for'defending ,
the city Nolln says.' In Wednesday' action the county property. County Judge Deputy Reddish to the Thomas of Orange Park The this suit are for a
The educator' also says he T. A. Yawn Jr. withheld adjudication testified that on frequent j .
final day of this term exceptfor scene, decision came on the recom- public purpose, and thus J
is concerned about the attractiveness several cases it has: been ; of guilt, hower, occasions he had been mendation of County Prosecuting should be borne by the
and beautification of necessary to continue, Willie pending a pre-sentence in- ,I dlturbedby! / noise*from the Attorney Gene Shaw county." '
the city and has been very Keaton found) guilty and vestigation.Read occupied by Read, such
who told the Board request In a statement to the
active in city and county ac- also has a charge of and the shooting
sentenced to a fine of $250or
of his
''trailer Wednesday was Board, Shaw ass the peopleof
[Continued On Page! Pour" violently resisting arrest a and shofguns. Rogan
: 90 days In Jail for assault own volition and not at theawnieatlon Bradford County need law
and battery. He was found felony, stlll pending In Circuit f sad., the noised, had caused of the sheriff's of- enforcement at all hours of
second Court. He under $300 bond on hn lose sleep and that he '
CHICKEN guilty'by a Jury on a the night,and that he ""do.n't ..-
charge of assault and Lattery that charge made on an affi- i phoned, / the sheriff because of fice.No estimate was made of want the law to be reluctant -

SUPPER and a third charge of selling davit signed by Deputy Dolph possible court costs, but to come, because they're ,
to minors Reddish, which will not come ....' that.Deputy Reddish also testified
alcoholic beverages Deputy Reddish .enid his afraid they might face a ,
until the November term
has not been decided. up repeating his earlier share of trial expenses would suit. 1Read's
Sponsored By of Circuit Court.
Robert Henry Houlahan testimony at the preliminary have cost him $800 from. his '
suit Is result of a
Read was arrested the nightof Mae Terrell hospitalized after losing control of a
Virginia wa*
to the ,
He went scene
changed his plea to guilty on hearing.
B. II. S. own pocket. midnight call Deputy Dolph
July 12 by Deputy SheiiffReddish
charge of driving wjlle! Intoxicated who answered a call this car Sunday afternoon on BladUon. Street. City Patrolman Reddish said, and saw the Shaw told the Commission"it Reddish made to Silver Lakein

1 QUARTERBACKCLUB and was sentenced from Read's neighbor at Silver Harold Crews surveys the damage. defendant in what appearedto Is my considered opinion answer to a complaint of
r to a fine of $150 or 60 days! In be a drunken condition. that the suit against Sheriff disturbance of the
Lake, Robert Roan. The deputy a ,,peace.
Jail and his driver's license revoked ReleasedWednesday Reddish testified that when Reddish and Deputy Reddish
arrested'Read for voluntary: A jury in County Judge'aCourt
for 90' days.- he told Read that he wouldbe should be defended at all
Friday, Sept. 22 intoxication and. violently resisting taken to Jail!, the defendant costs and won." Monday found Read I
Arthur J. Manlkas changed arrest. l
guilty of charge resulting
the patrolcar
At BUS Field his plea to guilty on a worth- On July 26 Read's attorney, refused when to get directed and that In a letter to the Board, from the night's; activity -
less check charge and was sen- Ralph Thomas of Orange Park, Woman HospitalizedFrom which he read Shaw raid: .. voluntary Intoxication t
his blackjackto
he had to
Per Plate
$1.00 tenced to a fine of $23 or 10 filed a $40,000 damage Suit enforce the order. "As prosecuting attorney disturbing the peace, and destroying
(Comm. St. Bk.) days In Jan and was orderedto against the sheriff and his for this county. I conducted a county property.
make restitution.In Deputy Reddish. said that Investigation of
deputy son as Sheriff, Reddish thorough
A fourth charge of violently
Thla Space! Contributed action Monday Whitney. .. agent, as a result: of Wreck SundayDamage while trol he back was to driving Starke the, Read pa- each case. I explored fully resisting arrest Beale Read n was found guilty actions alleged in the July 12 car the arrest of Mr. Read and panting against him in Circuit
Weekly to Publicize of the three charges placed arrest The suit asks $20.000damages' A Starke woman. Virginia to the Corvalr was tore out part between of the the protective back- am of the opinion that It Court.
against him, In County Court. for Read, saying he Only screen was a lawful arrest and completely
:Mae $1,000.
Terrell. 22, 'was hospital- estimated( at
and front? seats. The deputy
Community Event by [See other story In this,issue.1 was assaulted and beaten by ized and the 1865 Corvalr she damage to the van, truck was said he threatened to use the Justified. THOMAS REUNIONAT
In the only other,action that Deputy Reddish and $20.000 "I am also thoroughly con
The CommunityState ; was driving totally demolished a Jammed hydraulic gear. blackjack again but did not MIDWAY CHURCH
day the case bf Qary Reddish more on a claim that Read Sunday when she lost control The Terrell woman was do so after Read promised to vinced that Deputy Reddlsh'sactions
Bank charged with selling Intoxicating was wrongfully. detained In and the vehicle crashed into' driving 'west on Madison 'desist In his efforts to free surrounding the arrest I The Thomas Family: Reunionwill !
beverages in a dry county Jail and that he wasaaiaulfed! a parked truck. Street when she lost control himself. were legally justifiedand be held Sunday Oct. ..,
Account now Insured has been continued. The Jury on the way to jail. The woman was taken to ,and struck the parked movingvan that anything less at Midway Church' in Union ,
found two defendants not guilty Rogan signed the warrant the Bradford County Hospital knocking it 18 feet, according Reddish said he also had would have constituted a derelIction County. A basket dinner win
,up.to $15,000..y. Burnell Hershel DyaJ.. driving against Read .for disturbing where she was treated for to Asst. Police Chief trouble at the Jail getting of duties on his part. be served at 1 p-in. Descendants
while Intoxicated and M. the peace and disorderly con- bruises and cuts on her face Kenneth Fuqua. She was Read from the car Into a cell. "Because I know that Dep- of the late George and
Federal Deposit Insurance L. Nazworth. worthless check. duct. Deputy Reddish signed and a lacerated left knee. She charged with failure to have The state also put on the uty Reddish was acting completely Sarah Thomas and

;Cory. Last Thursday. ,Sept. 14. a the other three.Members was released from the hospital her vehicle under control .and stand Jimmy A. Gnann, re- within the scope of Cowling '
Jury,found Clifford Chandler ai the jury watch Wednesday, _,: causing an'accident. [Continued On,Page Four his duties that .such alleK&'J .- friends are Invited to MUod.

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rrioN i PAGE 2 IHLAPFORD COUNTY 'f'EL PUICAI'11: s'r.\.ltRlI n.: FLORIDA TttfiRtifAY" .. RFPT.. 21.--, 1801r

I Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Mrs. Robert Mann (junior Women '
II and grandson, Andreu Junior MYF I Bagwell-Morrison Hamiltons Host Little Women

I Strickland, were ylaltlng Mr. Honored At Tea Name Chairmen, 1The Starts ActivitiesThe Rehearsal' DinnerMr. Dinner Party Start New Season ,

S ,d and !Mrs. Steve Kelley In Last v '

Jacksonville on Sunday. Saturday Junior ("Woman Club Junior MYF of the and Mrs Donald T. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod S V. The Little Women's Club

Mr. and Mm. R. L. Spenglerof The Community Club House met Thursday: ,-{Sept. '1'';; at the First Methodist Chuirb begun Bagwell were hosts at .a rehearsal ,- Hamilton entertained at a opened the new season witha

St,..Augustine were Fridayto at the Florida State Prison club house with U\e' president Its fall schedule of activities supper Thursda y; family dinner party Suriila a covered dish supper Monday,
GLADYS MOOTY\ visitors of Majoran Mrs. Eugene Tanner, with a to St. MAr Sept. 11, at ::30 p.m. honoring
Tuesday was the setting for a lovely trip Simons flight, Sept. 7. at 8:30: o'clocl k evening for their son,
Phone 9G4-7608 _. ._ t Mrs. V. J. Spongier. tea Saturday afternoon honoring presiding. \ Island, Qa. On Sunday.. at Luther's dolden Kettti.e and his bride the forma..r new members and their

.' Miss Susan. Wiggins visited : :Mrs Robert Mann the ,,, Department r iphajrnthi reptfited While,on the Island: they #honoring their son, DOnniiBagwell e Linda Rae Rosier, who wer.. mothers.

:J Local admittances to Bradnrd -]I Among thoijo entering colTeftres -]"her Cousin, Miss Janle- Mdyer, former Shary Dobbs !a recent \ on. a ldei' ij;.fof ,coming visited Fort Frederica the : and:) his flnancee se, married Saturday night. The new members are: Patricia .
County Hospital'this week \ and universities for the in Jacksonville last week. bride.A ye k>' as well' as) :new prOjects.'I'he'c site 'of'the first mlnUtfy of 'Shirley Morrison. :A green and white coldai r Edwards, Linda Gay,

1S[re: Eddlo Jackson, Robert fall term are: at Flonlap State) Miss Janice Vickers of pink and white color ;ub will coh inue Its den- John Wesley, founder of the The T-shaped table w scheme was used In the tabs c Jan Ritch, Patty Rosier, Doris

.jfcRao, Mrs. Sharon Games' Dave Long, Rlcitard'PWts1At.' Brunswick Ga. was visiting scheme was carried out In the tal health., j>rotfriim. far Indigent Methodist faith. beautifully decorated wit 1 appointments with a centerpiece Ann Spengler, Cindy Strick

]fohn, Starling, Mrs.-'tairi Wright, Vlkl Strutkf'' Miss' 'Jane Adams last Wed- club room and the mantel held clftldrenfoster/ parent After having lunch at the ,white linen cloths with th I of white gladioli an d land, Nancy: Struth Betty

(thna, Mrs. Anne! G. Brown, Craudon, Jane Adam: ,. 'Marl]..ae tlay, to Friday. an arrangement of lavender plan, &l1d'V \ two 'tort the group toured the head table being rentere d I leather leaf fern flanked b;:I Warren, Elizabeth Thornton. ,
Mrs. Rae Roaenshlne, Mrs Moore and Bobble Sue Barks- ;!Iitr: and Mrs. J O. Jackson Orchids and 'greenery. cottages Suryiand! Training! Methodist Museum and Library with an ., arrangement oj;1 r white tapers in milk glaa: s and Janet Nichols.A .

Agnes Hanks, :Mrs. Beatrice dale; Andrew College\ Cuth- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. The bride's table was cov- Center. ; at the retreat, Ep- white French stock, yellov, holders. '; ,' brief 'business meeting

Roberta, Mrs Rebecca Nettles, bert, Ga., Betsy Matthews; Don Ray Tilley in Jacksonvilleover ered with a. ,white lace cloth Mrs,' Bobby. ISapprf }finance worth-i>y-the-Sea. and white rObeS and leathei Enjoying the occasion wit h!u.as conducted by president,
Mrs. Gall Hurlburt, Bloom College of Charleston, Byron the weekend. over pink linen and held two chairman, announced' the Planned, group activities leaf fern. Placed Into the 'Marilyn Bolllnger. New' year.
peeptes. William ..J. ..NeatiWilliam. Terwlllegar; TIft College, A2/C and Mrs. Harry Traf- white long stemmed, decorated' club willagaUi sell chicken for the fall quarter will Include arrangement was a miniature the Hamilton family wore Mi'. books were passed out and:

Reams," "Ja'Bnes''Ctt' ,, layne: Hardy North Florida ford of McDUl AFB, Tampa, tapers In silver holders. Mrs.' box luncheons lIOn the dates :
Jnd Mrs. Emily Silcox, ,allot Junior College, Elaine White spent the weekend with her Bob Santl of Ocala slater of Of the U. of 1";'\, home !football and skating parties. Fireside length of, the table were twcfivebranch family, Mrs. Floyd Green, am ij coming year.'I\$nvas announced

etarke; Arthur AdkliW and head; Chlpola College Wendy parents, Mr. and Mrs. A G. the groom, kept the brldo'a games. .\1chalrinen'for' will be held, the first Sunday ,'candelabra In Mrs. L. A. Raney of FreemanVa. I that the Little Women'\of the
Mrs. Annie Riser of Lake Hill; St. Johns,i River Junior Loudoft Jr. book. Department. night of each month. terspersed ,With smilax and I previous year gave the senior
!butler: and Kelly Moran or College, Barbara Johnson SEE "NEW FORDS AT The tea table Was covered the. coming yean. are:. 'vubllc All junior..high, school ,students holding burning mint 'green! I club four ,dozen 'crystal 'cups

Melrose Billy Dean Thompson and Paul! TKRWILLEG\R MOTORS. with a white lace cloth over affairs, Mrs. MIKC JJ'.ckson; I are 'cordially Invited< to -tapera'Place cards. were mlnature and plates during the summer

: Rick Hood will return rue Kauffman; Lake City Junior Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields pink linen and centered with finance Mrs. lrobb1Sa.pp; ; attend. Junior MYF ueetsfollowing } \ 'boy and girl' dolls !in Allen-Bennett tor the club- Hous,one of:their

Way after attending flush! [College, Joe Kaufmann; and ions of Jacksonville and an arrangement ,of pink and uiterna.tional eiffaJra.\ ,Mrs., the snack supper shades, of yellow and green,,
$Veek at Sigma Chi Fraternity; Georgia Military College.: Harry Mrj'.and; Mrs Robert.: Tannerof red rosebuds! flanked' by tall' Wayne Whiffenl;' education,, each Sunday at 6:30: !p. m. representing the attendants Mrs. Della Yatea announce I!)| projects! of the year.

House at North Carolina ;tale Hatcher HI; Naflonal Railroad !- Baldwin were Sunday visit- White burning tapers In crystal Mrs. Charles Hutcheson; fine In the Methodist Fellowship of,. the wedding 'party. The the engagement and approach. --Sponsors 'for .-the year are

yjnlvenrity\ In RaleighN.. 0 Ji. Institute Atlanta Leaton ors of Mrs. J. H. Fields. holders. A white party cake arts, Mrs. David Van,, Houser: ; Hall. boy dolls were dressed! In Ing marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair"' Mrs

S :Mr. and Mrs. Stew Sin1tnons :Morgan III; Florida Southern Miss Diane Firth of Fort graded one end of the table conservation, Mrs. Leroy Nor tuxedos. Gladys Allen, to Paul Btnnett, HL: O. :Bi'I nger. Hostesses for

and family t"rUl\ntl': 'i College,'Dural Ragsdale; Florida Lauderdale was visiting nor and was balanced with ,a crystal man Jr.: American home Here Enjoying the affair were the ., vqillKg were Sandra Reg.t .
Hearing 'the >
late 'Richard D the. :
"E.' son of :. .
CharlesChambers parents, -Mri and Mrs. R. the other life, Mrs. Charles ,fiawyer'health. :! ; :
)pent the Weekend with Mr: I Tech, Miami, i 'punch bowl at honored couple, their families
the weekend. Mrs. Bill Chambers; and Hattie Lane 'Bennett, al:i t later, Martha Dennis. anj
and Mrs. Lee ChanYbera.! r ; U. of F.. Elaine Firth, over end. Crystal dishes held mils and the wedding party.
Mr 'and Mrs A. J. ThomasJr. budget., Mrs. Gus Kopelousos; ; Disbars ''Form'orLevy Joyce )Denmark:
: Mr. and 4MrL'' Ernest Con- Jordan, Linda' Kay 'Holton, an,*', mints. of Lawtey
.rtf'r and daughtel'll"'ot"J".ekllOnv11le ". : Richard. Hobbs, Dee Walters, and family of Fort Lauder- The gift table was covered social and,.membership. Mrs. Recent: Birth
were Saturday night: vl Is- I Mark Hamilton, Halite Seymour dale spent ,the weekend\ at with, a white linen cloth aid: Harold Godwin; house, Mra.; Official

Jtors of Mr. and 'M'r.s". W. ]L. John Arthur Reddish, their cottage on. !Klngsley draped with pink ribbon, Bill; Dodd; parliamentarian,, 'Bradford County Hospital I

Thomas. '"" '" \ John Harold Andrews, Bobby Lake. caught, at Intervals with bows Mrs. Elate Sander: telephone O. C. 'Perdue Jr., fortter announces the following Sarah Lawson's Beauty ShopWILL
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. TCardte i Mrs. J. C. Dukes.
Sanderson bells. /
: BRING YOUR roaD BACK: White and ,Sandy ; and silver wedding Levy County attorney; and birth:
Austin of Camp Lejuen,,Jacksonville, Guests met at the door I '.Hostesses for the oventnzwers
HOME 'IFOR UJJSERVTCE: South Georgia College were official under sentence of Mr. and Mrs. John V. McKinney -
| TERWILLEQAR 4W.OTOR8.jfe. [jlpdwarda; University of .Georg- N.C., are vacationing for two by 'Mm. David, Bennett and, Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua. five years on conviction of Starke, a son, David REOPEN OCT. 4
McLeud' Steve Denmark weeks, at 'the Stanley .Noegel Introduced to the receiving line Mrs; Wayne Douglas and
: Mrs. Stella flicks"'o r-Nawc'berry .I is* Wayne Lake. .I Stealing county funds,,,, has Andrew. Sept. 13.
: Tommy. Andrews and cottage on Klngsley of Mrs. Elbert Nettles Miss Wanda Williams
end EdgarClat'k' 'bf composed: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry '
been disbarred
after a hearing 4&0
visitors this 9 TO 'P.M.
*Lake City "have ben'. admitted Janet Hardy; Santa Fe Junior They have as -aunt of the bride with in Starke Tuesday before ;plea, Starke, a daughter, : I

.to the Starke Nursing; Home.' College Oerrl MooLV. Steve 'week Mr. and Mrs.Ga.WT. whom she has made her home DKG Chapter Circuit Judge George L. Pat- I Susan Marie, Sept. 15. CLOSED TUESDAYS I
JBrlnson of Valdoata They
Steve Denmark' returned Tllleyv R o TI n t e> Tomllnson, for the past several years; the
Has Luncheon ten. I Sp. 5 and Mrs. David Allen
i visitors .
also .had as Monday
:Saturday from ten-day tt'l.through Wayne' Blankenship, Tonda honoree, Mra. WllbertJ Mann Announcing The New Cosmetic
of Perdue, whose attorneyshave announce the birth of a daughter :
Dixon :Joey Reese'Su an Wig. the R. V.' Turner family of Ocala, mother of tIle
I Jr.
the New N.
England State Farm. Mrs. E. McLendon entertained filed a motion for a Andrea Gayle, on Sept 1 Holiday Magic In Stock
Ins Bill Dorothy New. the Mrs. Vollle Andrewsof
[ .tate ,< groom;
: I
I Mrs. Neal GOBS has returnedto the executive committeeof new trial, was convicted Sept. at Walter Reed
Mrs. Adam Green Is a med!. Home, 'AnnSpears, La.rry"11-' Jacksonville, grandmotherof Alpha Nu chapter of the 3 of the theft of $13.700 in General Hospital ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
Panama City
I IKims Dorothy Mlxon, BarbaraMasters her'homp! the ; and Mrs. Alma Washington, D. C. i
:cal patient In the BapCIs Wednesday and groom Delta Kappa', Gamma Society county funds by ,the fling! of
.Memorial Hospital. Linda:Galney, Dwight after spending Saunders of: Mlddleburg, great- '
with lunchnon her homeIn
.with Mrs. W. B. a a fraudulent stipulation of
"- Mr. and Mra; George Lawson Elder, Chuck'' Newoomb Flip Thursday, I grandmother of the groom Orange ; Pai-Jc last Saturday. a road ritfht-of-way' case.
of Old HI kory, "TewnJ- where i Graham* Jeff Novak; David Mundy. Hostesses for the occasion '
the luncheon. r
Dittmarof Following a Judge James C. Adkins ..
H. .
weekend utfests. ott;:;Mr" 'and 'Grlffls, Darlena Huff Ramona Mr.< and Mrs. C. L. A. !were Mrs. Jim Richardson, planning sesslcoi was held for recommended disbarment; and J STARKE PLAZA' ,
Mrs. ,
:Mra. 'David MontgoMery; 'Harrell Dale Crosby and DavId Jacksonville of Freeman, Va. were Mrs. Joe Forsyth, Mrs. SeeDer activities of the': fall aeason. sentenced Perdue to. nix i Open All 'Day Every Day
3/C Petty Office!*&n4.'Pitrs. 8I1COX.J. 'u Raney Moody, Mrs. Wesley Moody, Mrs. W. H. HOJ and Mrs. A. FRI. & '
weekend guesfa of Mra. Floyd BennettMrsRalph' months In Jail for contemptof SAT. 'UNTIL 7>. M.
'Belle Parka David
C Donald Thornton and daughter [ Mrs re- Mrs. Russell
Norman Attended from
: left Sunday: ,for his base: In turned Saturday from A three Green and Mr. and Mra. N.- B. Merritt, Mrs. Lewis Black, court In the case.
Stark ,
Norfolk, Va. after a visit With: weeks visit with, friends and Roster and attended' tha Saturday Rosier- Mrs. Paul Worthington, Mrs. !Mrs. 'McLendom is presidentof Tuesday Judge said Patten's Perdue order"Is lashed guilty ,
their parents Mr., and Mrs relatives in Roswell an<) Atlanta Hamilton 'Wedding A. B. Whitehead Sr., Mra the that includes v I
of unethical and
is remainingwith practices .
Mr Raney [
night Frank
Mike and Mrs.
; Ga. Gllhooly
P. W. Strickland 'and Mr. and ,
> Mrs. Ellis Thornton;' !Mr.' and ''Mrs. E. L.' Matthew '.this week.her mother, Mrs. Green, West. Miss 'Paula West asaat- Union members, and from Bradford Clay counties., Baker, ber wilful of misconduct the Florida as Bar a mem-and 1' 1S; ( :NATIONAL' i

a .
Entering the armd forces left Thursday tonc- ed in ervlngr.The
Lawson Is hereby'disbarred from the
Mr. and Mrs Charles -
are Rick Hood Into the'Ndvy! Company" daughter, Betsy,, honoree was presented:
of Tallj.Iia.i- Methodist practice of law In the courtsof
and children Women SWEATER
Carlton :Meng tn..the Marines to Andrew College CuthSort:, with an orchid corsage and a WEEK
Mn. the State of .
J and Lawrence .OaL.,,where) w.he.will- enter'-the see 'were ;vistlng Mr. and toaster from her hostesses as Have Dinner ,
Ment.tn'tit.'AI.rForee. H. A., Lawson on Friday! and Perdue, who pleaded. Inno-
,:. ; fair term. Mr. and Mra. Matthews a memento of the occasion. anti wp's hasSweatei
Saturday. 'Also visiting them cent by reason of Insanity to e e
Miss Phyllis Haddock will go on to Fontana Approximately 230 gueptswere Women'sSunday
-of The Methodist
Mr., and all, charges, has two other!
I High Point Village tf;O.:for( several, days on Saturday were I
N. .
College C.'waf'home ; Mra.'Joe Jordan and children invited to call betweenthe School class had a counts of. grand larceny and _. .....
from. Thursday to Sunday tfefore!Mr. and returning Mrs. Gene home.Pass' andRandy of Lake City. hours of 3 to B p.m. birthday the dUuYcr' Monday, nightat one of forgery pending In the I) '. -01 -, ,,: F
Green Restaurant
Pass were In Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs;' A. L. Denrard Derby cases which accused Lim of j '; .>oI&I.. 'j
BRING YOUR FORD BACK In Jacksonville honoringMrs. .... ,;
of Miami 'were -
: HOME FOR SERVICE. Ga. over the weeknd visiting: and children visitorsof TUB RIGHT POINT for the O. W_White Jr and Mrs. stealing a total of 61780. :

r TERWILLEGAR MOTORS... l hla trs. prandparenCs T.T Pass.Mra. M' and Saturday Mrs. E.to F.Tuesday-Miles. the way you write. Come In Jack Eaves. The honorees werereilente'd ; :, f..' !
L. .}t'. and and select your favorite E8TERJBROOK 'W1th personal! '-+flfta 'Adjustable Book -,
Mrs. O. Hayn /5 Vinyl j ; .
Barney. McRae la In .: :
a birthday the
bferrltt'Ielahd this week 'Vlalt- daughter, Ann, spent the rounUJn pen. on Covers. All alies 30''eenia rim. ;;;L. ", .,,: ,;' \ ':. J:1 t
occasion. '" > : ,
weekend with her OIOn.luhl.wand TELEGRAPH at The Teleg-aph. ""I' .. .
Mr. and Mra. Al .
t. and Ing their lIOn, Hank Harley who daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,: \. t.J ,.. -. ....-.. ,., '.- ... ,_

underwent In Bobby Welch In Crei'vlew. ,
all appendectomy
"HINErOHOOR" Weustboff Memorial Hospital, Mrs. W T. Jackson and dIre: I
: '
:Tuesday,. family visited Mr. and Mrs.|
A. G. Loudon Sr. in Kej stone

BRING YOUR FORD BACK Heights on Sunday.
HOME FOR SERVICE. Mrs N. L. Woodburn Is

witlJ: TERWILLEGAR.. MOTORS., visiting her son-in-law and .
: daughter. Mr.. and Mrs. Keith .
: JIM WATSON: Mrs. Roy demons is in St.Vincent's Reeves, to Winter Park. Mr. J o STYLES GALORE
Hospital for observation and Mrs. Woodburn the :
And( bitSeptember "and'treatment. weekend at Horse Shoe Beach. r ; .o COLORSG,4LORE
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green

25 the and funeral John Williams of Oliver 'attended WilliamsIn and Mrs.their W aunt M., Mrs.Wlmterlyvisited D. C. Thur.-Fri -SaL ( ) IN LADIES' 100% ACRYLIC '
Jacksonville last
: Friday.
Hear Special: Guest Lennon, in the Deland Nursing
Mr.: and Mrs. "
.R. Dansby '
Home on Sunday. \ only'B "
George. Huggins visited Rev. Norman Redding Mrs. Ida Davis of Pensa-
In SI?. Vincent' Hospital on U Kt'
I cola was visiting rVfrs.: Henri
& Bob I .
Taylor Sunday.
.Hisses Janet and Jayne ,etta Hunt on Tue day b ricBONANZA
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce .
: County Agents ; I Hardy deft Monday, for college -|]have as visitors her sister. '

: Bradford.County In Georgia.Jayne will at- Mlsa Pearl Cartwright! and Cardigans
tend Tilt
College in Foraythe Miss Dorothy JUlla. graduate I Ir ;
6; 5 A11. i and '
.. t. -of Georgia. i iMrs. "Mr,'and MI'I.I' Jack Scott.of
Mi F. Brown returned '

.; "on. last Thll day .after- surgery visitors Jacksonville; of Mr. 'and were Mrs.' Monday Harry r $ 9 9
In St.
Vincent's Hospital two 1 VIooty. $8.95

POWERFUL'CHANNEL weeks ago. QM/3 :tames B. Talley is '

: 12 ale! Mr.and and Mr Mrs.and Robert'Mrs. Barks-R. A. home I he:: USS on 13 Forrestal days leave and from will iie\\ Regular 1.99 yd. ,i = Values :g .

Poison:: returned lasf
: WFGATVJACKSONVILLE Thursdayifter ; ,,
return to his 'ship in Norfolk i .
a twelve-day trip to fa-' : s r
Expo '67 and points of Interest on Sept. 29. 1 tEt 'BURLINGTON BONDED '. S 1'
Canada. Mrs. Richard' Dowling and F' I Where els* but'Car pV would you'flno'such
In ihlldren, :. of American Samoa ,; '? 'd R ,S '94 1 a wide election-of smartly'styled, quality
4 .
_. .. SEE NEW FORDS AT >t s visIting her parent, 'Mr, j "' r I .r 9', : :f sweaters at such a value price. Full lash-
TERWILLEGAR. MOTORS. md Mrs F. ,J. Pellum. for PRE-LINED45"WIDE 4s a. : toned, band crochets in choice ol mariy

e everal' weeks. Mr. Doing" U eNll N"N"e" iiie674to40White and fashion colors
... .. educa.I r ea ,
n '
urrently installing an
lonal TV system at the Uni.! ,, ; a dds M 'y

Now You Can Pay erslty of Alaska'' where he '

will be chief engineer for \
All Your Insurance a/AZ-FM.: White her their. FlannelMEN'S
( ur-year-old. daughter. Glnget, :MOHAIR '
With sY.h iI i undergoing corrective heart &'WOOL f' :
urgery ,in the Galoevul I f

Medical[ Center, after- which r 3 DAYS '$ 66 Jacquard: )
S I 'f] ONE CHECK toy will Join Mr. Dowilng! In .' -
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Alaska '
S ,
II' ONLY brushed finish that adds I'

"tr ; SEE NEW FORDS AT ... (the rich 'luxurious look. .. I
: hr. I, PERIVILLEGAR MOTORS. 'yd e Come SM and try It on, you'llagree .$1 099 .. "'" _. .1_',
George Seeley Is'home you can't beat th. 10

: Whether you need life health ear, 3)-day leave after serving on 12 1 :r' I __ ,r.J Carp,''duality value, fit and price.style Stzts at this S A ,. i : d

<-,. hom .oi,property" insurance: try Nation. months In Vietnam. Ideal r welghJLtor' 'cifesses,rsuits ''or skirts.F'leats: thru XL. V.tiI.I. ;:. '" .

: wlde'fi'tlew PREMIUM\ PAY PLAN. All Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave to I and tailors beautifully. Bonded 70% rayon *-* $12.95 Yolw 'I" b
tatting: Mr. and Mrs.' _
your:premiums can be combined '- and p arker in Cocoa this week.Charles .. i 30% acetate makes it crease resistant and 7 J -... A. e. .v..J i ; '
S paid"in ''easy f installments.! For details hand' 'wash ble. The perfect Fall fabric In new -f.l Y

: call me: L est fashion'.colors. Needs no sheath lining. KODEL11 'MOHAIR./ r'A '' is
"\ ,,4 COUNTY! TELEGRAPH: .1 I'x Brushed e."'r ,
> ,

: ., ..BILL, POWELL Published'I3S every W. Call Thursdayat St. Solids"BPrinlsl'Wash' ?1n Wear/ Cardigans

Phone'961-61G-1' 4 01 W. Madison\ "S&. Stark*..Fl* 32091 I :
, : Playwear 'DuckC : Ultra Blend Prints, )} ? ;
Starke, 'Florida S.c.nd'clas; postage paid : } 99\ ; o s
h.:" ..;:: :.' "'!' 'at Starke.Fla '

N .BubacrlpUom Rates: : : I : 10.93 Volo ; -

.. ,. ]:no trade area: |4.OO p e 'I i \ .7' :F't.{ YD..59'c'YD..

a year; ,$2.29 six month I r Tha perfect Maud for extra
I i' warmth end Corn'a"w,1
- Outside trade..area: 44.SQ 1 The'perfect fabric for all'your sportswear A mult\ I purposefabric: of 50% Avril. r plMey machine rugged washable wear.. New.t a.T7, '

.per' year; 12.50.six montlM.C. sewing. 10O% cotton: ,In'brilliant.. 50'cotton.. Needs little or. no Iron, "1 st Fall shades of melon, light Y, f"i ? .'', ,'4.ew'"kn s .,I r.dne f .*
'' .blue
I..e ... new co'ors'36"' widths. 1 and pewter. S XL -' ,,
10 y -; _' HI t ... / J L. ,, trig. Easy to work with. 37" width. : s a r. rtN:
It.naawIa.< kMluiC. '.InmrwTe. tbisrlmj.'k c: .. Autmf. Fir, ,IIHIKMCI. c."...*., editor and i ipubHahtf lP.rJ9Qvy! '.
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i Tin1RQDAY. SEPT. n, imrr BRAi/FORII COUNTY. 'rr.LrIAArn. ItTARKfl"- ",'LOnIDAGLADYS : __ :leealen I -M rare*9

I ,

I Hospital Auxiliary rr r

I e j Begins Season "

The Hospital Auxlllar; lh"Ji -

held its .first fall mectlni ( ,
Monday night at the Epls d

-' ,--' copal Lillian parish Stump house, third with vice Mis s Invites You To The ,''U/f/! / : : 1 &!WL?;

MOOTY president presiding' In the

Phone 964-7603 absence of the president,
Mrs. Loyree Cocomlai.Mrs. .
Oarl Mathews gav GALASHOW1NGOF
the devotional. The new
members, Mrs. E. F. Saun ,
I dersMrs. W. E. Lawson and .tt
I Mrs. J. F. Franck were in-
troduced. Mrs. Ervin An THE ALL NEW -

drews, finance chairman, reviewed -
the projects for the "

new year Reports were giver
by committee chairmen! afte
which E. F. Saunders was Introduced 1968 OLDSMOBILE

y .3 rr and gave a shot ,
ptv e r )' 'r : balk.Following the meeting I
( >
members and guests were invited .
I to the tea table where v, ..r."t" W-1". A, .,, '- j

i .. ... I refreshments were srevedi! by.: \f "
.' "" ,: ', : Mrs. Titus Olson social 'r i.'t4L'
... .j assisted by Mrs
'J" chairman
'' ....,. 'j; ; (
./. 'I -t "_"" "" .0 \ Alice Anderson. Th table > kf'
r ffl. ':>: was overlaid with a lee) I'I
..,, !: cloth and centered with ai ,.

.: o ... .' arrangement of season

.... ......J.' flowers.
.- .11', t "
vas ring-hearer.
.oJ' :-1\1I \
v .! 0 Donald Bagwell served ai '
I 'I 1'
best man for his son, and the f
; ,
:" ushers were George Morrison,, 4 I
>mother of the bride, Johnnie
'?,'a";J/ rV\\\ )( Johnson, bnother-ln-law/ of the Linda Rae Rosier And Mark Hamilton YQ vw,..
._ 't"" and Joe Sanford II
: room Billy
r' f ., ."h;t tf ,. Are Wed In Home Ceremony
{ ", .c,, ..,,,,-.' : ..1" 'age boys, were Ralphle and {1'N!s A J 1 .
.r-r Paul Morrfcnon, and Terry and
,,.J. ..:. \\t'- )avid Gatnves. Miss Linda Rae Rosier,' The bride's table was cover
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. ed with, a white outwork ,
Mrs. Morrison chose for heraughter's
.. wedding a formal B. Rosier, became the bride cloth, decorated at the sides ".... i'" ., "0 I
of Sherrod Mark Hamilton.' with garlands of ,tmllax. i"f,
of vintage
ength gown crepe
,\. .'.., ...." ,,;,,:,.- ..";k".1 "'I'-,'; vlth a fitted velvet bodice,,, son of Mr and Mrs.ceromonyl Sherrod caught at of the UUesofthe corners with valley .u.
W. Hamilton, hi a nosegays -"
..,," ,', omplemen.ted sweetheart roses.with a corsagef performed Saturday, Sept. and orange blossoms.i.,.; AND THE
the table, was athreetiered
,' Mrs. Bagwell, mother of the 16, at 7 p .mat the Rosier Centering
wedding cake .
home on W Call Street. '
chose a parrott blue
': 4. : the and white
Reese by
performed topped green
rocade> formal] length ,gown,,
4/ r t tr. and' with this she wore a,.tropl. nuptials In the presence of rosebuds Flanking tin cake
the Immediate families. were crystal candelabra:, with w
sweetheart rose'
ana:Mrs. O. S. Dixon, 'corsage.grand. The couple stood! In front burning white tapers. _. x 1968 CHEVROLET
of the fireplace where the The punch table was cov
mother of the groom,'was at. .
fau-fhaped ered with a whit linen cloth .rImpalaCuslemCoupe'
mantel held a '
tired: In a Navy;; blue crepe
suit, complemented with a arransment of white rfadioll; with a garland of Ivy draping ,
7 pink> sweetheart;rose corsage. mums and carnations Interspersed the skirt caught, at the corners ,
the. a with leather. leaf with nosegays.of whiten
Shirley Ann Morrison Exchanges Vows reception Following iwas held ceremony In the fern. At either end 'wera carnations.. and I I

With 'Donald, Bagwell In First Baptist plants hurch and annex foliage where were schfellera placedt stal burning holders.' white The tapers health In cry-was Mrs.Mrs.L.C.A.H.Raney Dlttmar,. aunts. of I "

native greenery! the bride cut the wedding
banked with *
bouffant skirt vantage rpolnta.The
sleeves. The
Wedding Vows were exchanged
Patricia Rosier
marriage 1'y her cake and Miss
Given In
bride's table, covered :
featured front design of re-
In a lovely candle a
bride, kept
white satin cloth and father, the bride wore a sister
Ann embroidered French lace and a with a
light: ceremony by Shirley sheath ofmoonglow the bride's book. Mr. J. B.
Morrison; and Donald B. Bag bow; caught by tiny pearls atln skirt?, held a garland of street length Carlisle presided at the
chiffon over
the hemline, terminatinginto smilax draped on the side and Ivory
well at 8 o'clock Friday evenIng near Christine Ditt-
A silk table.
with roU collar. punch
*. ,Sept. 8, in the First Baptist a bouffant, circular cathedral ront. Centering the table wasfourtiered
rice bagsas
cake worsted bow secured her mar passed out the ''
Church -with 'Rev. W A train. 'A semicircleof a wedding 0- .
She the couple loft on their
VenJae lace leaves!, enriched opped by latin and pearl shoulder length veil.
Hogan officiating; .
small garnet earrings wedding' trip to. Daytona ; ,
bells wore
and overed wedding
The bride la the daughter ol with Intertwining crystals '

Mr: :. ancj. Mr.. .Henry.! ; !orrisorand pearls, secured her multitieredveil persed with surrounded white lace. ami-The I and carried carnations a wihlte sweetheartroses nosegayof Beach.The bride traveled ,In an ,. ', -- :' :' ;'': -" ..
the groom la the son of of Imported Illusion.She cake was by taffeta .. '
and satin atreamerewith Ivory chiffon over : THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY'7:
mantilla bou- lax and Intertwined with yel-
Mr, and:;Mrs. Donald F. Bag'wen carried a lovely : sheath dress with, matching: -- -
all of Starke. quet of white Eucharls lilies\ low and white roses. On either green Ivy leaves. .
of white Mrs. Rosier chose for her sllk- dleffenbachla end epergnettes
wa. and were
The altar of the church stephanotla
decorated with bronze spiral foliage( with ivy streamers. miniature carnations, yellow daughter's wedding! in emerald '- with a white. sweetheart SEPTEMBER 21 '22.23 rr j
candelabra and candle trees Mrs.( .' Samuel J. Martin, Infer and white roses and leather green silk dress with! rona.norwago.The ,
accessories and a yel- both-graduates
burning( white. tapers of fie bride; served as moaron leat fern. white couple,
At, the track of the altar was of honor in' a long formal gown The two punch tables. were low rosebud corsage. of Bradford High.,School are 1
a huge bronzlI'arch.also holding of French chiffon in a pale covered like the bride's table Mrs. Hamilton, mother blue of residing at the 'Hamilton Street : 8:00.: RM.;: .. .
was accented the groom, wore a home on M. Walnut
burning white tapers, and maize. gown and draped with garlands of .
surrounded by wood ward la at the waist and sleeves mllax. The bride's book table sheath dress withwhite accessories Theyboth attended st.

trees!! and{ schefflera trees. The with lace. The flowing train was also In white satin and and a deep pink Johns River Junior College Afternoon -1:00 P.M. TiD 6:00 'P.M.
vows were exchanged before wasattached to the necklineby raped with .garlands of smlix rosebud corsage.A .. and Mr. Hamilton is f" nt1n- Open Sunday : : :

an1'' arch of> greenery'.enhanced a small lace and chiffon bow. and centered ''with a large smaU reception was held ulng his studies as a junior
with large white Fuji muma Her headpiece was of maize white glittered "anniversaryandle. at: the home of the bride: at the University of Florida. .r

and white miniature carna. chiffon, accented with bells of ."

tions. Family' pews were ac- Ireland attached. to two tiers Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Intro. Woman's Club Alpha I Delta Kappa l BE A :
vmallcascade illusion.Serving
cented with of aced guests to the receiving .
sprays .of leather -leaf fern, as bridesmaids were l1n.e. Mrs. Glen Moore kept the Hold FirstMeeting Meeting Held e
white miniature carnations} and' !Mrs. :Mark Moody, Mrs. GeorgeMorrison '
ride's book and Mrs. Charlesarby.
streamers of white satin rib.I' ; and Mrs Johnnje > Mrs. Paul McLendon, Of FallE. :Alpha Gamma Chapter sorority Of 68 OLDSMOBILE YOUNGMOBILETwin
They wore gownsidentical Alpha Delta Kappa -
Each window.of the Johnson.
bon. and Mrs. :MikeRichardson cut
W. Hodge, representative of the
candle'boards/ with to the honor attend.ant' held Its first meeting e
church held the cake. Serving punch were of a tung oil products companyIn Monday'night at the .
In pale green. year .
burning) white .taper Interspersed except Conklln. Miss Kay
tlsa Joyce demonstratedthe
Gainesville, home of Mrs. Ruth: Frazier I
attendants' bouquetswere
with leather leaf fern. The larbett Mrs. Charles Schmitt technique of antiquing trmembers ) Fate Brown, president i
cascades of reen and with, Mrs.
vestibule of the : i
In the and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.
and visitor of the '
with streamers -
church was a large arrangement variegated foliage Following a wedding trip Starke Woman' Club at their and
white double French of Ivy. A garland of smilax Mrs.: Brown WinnerGrand
of and leather was attached to each bou through parts of Tennessee first fall meeting- 'Wednes- Mrs..R.: S. :Mulllns .gaV'e. the
stock white roses ,+ and draped between the and the Carolina, Mr. andMrs day afternoon of last week. devotional.. Mrs. Frazier and

leaf fern. music was providedby (INuptial quet'attendants as they came down Bagwell will reside on Mrs. Guy Sale, president,, Miss, ,Miulge 'MIddleton.re-

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greene.. the aisle.Llltle S. Cherry Street conducted the 'meeting and ported on the State convention I
by her Lisa Reddish, daughter The bride and groom are Mrs A. Russell Norman gave held In Tltu vlUe. The chapter I
Given In marriage
father the bride was lovely In of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon both. graduates of Bradford the devotional.The accepted the. projects of tho
( formal Of silkorganza Reddish, was flower girl and Ugh School. The bride Is board recommended that Altrustlc committee which i Prize :
a long Article X Section 1 of the Houso -
the matronof employed at Florida Bank of include the Scholarship
fashioned 'With a was dressed like' I ..
bodice accented 'wlth'a honor and carried'miniature tarke and Mr. Bagwell Is em- constitution be amended to' at' Florida State Universityand
fitted :
neck. foUagebouquet./( loyed with the State Roadepartment read that regular meetings aid to special education:i' i
Ifive lace enhanced medallion,with miniature Little Richard Gaines, son will be Geld from October classes in Bradfor4 ..County.Programs' : I l'' ir

belle, and tapered calla lily of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaines, through May Inclusive, which :for .the year ,wuei
was approved. outlined t>y the chairman,.Mrs.):
I Mrs. V. J. Spengler, finance Ruth ..Frazler. 'The Courtesy 10,000.00
chairman, announced that a Committee gave the ::hostess I

T. TOM NOLIN i i luncheon would be sponsored list for the '"year," and Mrs.. r
P. ) iI
( of the October.last of September' or first Clyde plan Sinclair for'hlstoriMi Founder's; "Pay'esented

I Mrs.: Carl Roberts Sr.: asked to ::be herd: ''In October.
CANDIDATE FOIl, for an antique or unusual After the business meeting I 2 OLDSMOBILES OF YOUR CHOICE PLUS
Bible to be donated for the the chapter enjoyed a social

use of the Junior club. hour, with the hostesses. ..

rr CITY COUNCIL Mrs. Clyde Sinclair reported' THE BALANCE ,IN CASH .
that the Little Women's Club ClubThe .
I Garden
GROUPS t had entertained new, members e
with a covered dish supper at Starke Garden Club I

their first meting will meet October 2, at :30ip.m. I Now ir"'fV/.Vf? ?/" f 1r.T TO ALL VOTERS OF STARKE"I Mrs. J. W. Ritch, "Mrs. 3... at the home of Mrs. Paul''' Register .
W. Patray, and ;Mrs. Rabble Raymond with a covered, dish]i

On September 26, you the voters, will elect a Councilman for Group Shaller were elected to inerrtbrshlp. supper This meeting will be,

Five. Before going to rote f suggest that.you consider carefully the qualifications 'a I' in lieu of the regular September -I At Baldwin Chevrolet Oldsmobile ;
Mrs. Sale announced that .
of the two candidates seeking the Group Five Seat. The seven safety course would be held 23: .meeting date.SCifnDtJLE_ ...___ .
points listed below will help you .to make a fair comparison of the qualifications at the) Jacksonville Woman's : .

of the two candidates: I Club on Sept. 22. Members OF SERVICES

.1. P, T. NOLIN has the amount of education and administrative exper- were Invited to attend. Mrs. '
Sale also reported on the rail ST. EDWARD'S 'CHVCNStarke COKES
knee needed to successfully operate an $800,000-a-year '''business' (A board meeting attended by

( BIG BUSINESS" ). lever,! members from. the Sunday. Mass, '::1S .. n*. .
<2. P. T. NOLIN- concerned about the attractiveness and beautification ::lub." Thursday. Mass: 8:30:: p. m- -

.' of our city. The'two club emblems have Miraculous: ) Medal. Novena: '( 'I AND FAVORS FOR:
,3. P. T.' NOLIN has been very active in worthwhile city and/or county been purchased and will be Saturday, 7 p. m-
.:. activities and programs. placed, at each entrance to Confession: 5 p. m. and 7

,'4. P. T. NOLIN has the ability to help establish and maintain wholesome Starke on 301. p. m. :

.: working: relationships within all the departments of our city government. Mrs: Sale thanked Mrs. T. ST. WILLIAM'S CRCPCAKeystone THE LADIES ;

.5. P. T. NOLIN'will be available when needed. lie lives within the city. f. Howell and her committee Heights ., ..

; 6. P. T.,,, NOLIN-, is concerned about wholesome recreational .facilities .and that served the group at the Sunday Mass: 7:30 a. m. -

programs for our residents, especially our young people.. Council; of Presidents, held at and 9 a. m.Wedeesdayl.
'7. P. T.: NOUN possesses! the ie .up- nd-go spirit.: j i '9i. club building last week. ] KatIe and N.- Baldwin ChevrolefOldsriidbileU. 1

After adjournment, refreshments vena 7 p.m.

Keep',Your, CityRoIIin'--Vote for P. T. Noun I were served by the BTV, MAKrS CHOBCHMaoclenngr .

S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964-7500 STARKE. FLA.r
tostessi commute .
(Pd. Pot-Adv.) l lt Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. .

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:Maoclenny: game and on the

Coaches Praise Team 'I ''Sanfa' Fe'. Expected I 1 I tt\Lt versed, week is that One the disadvantage 7:30.: tune; I. rent Read court is seHBlon.still free under I

allows less time for fans to bond. -J

'For, Tremendous Effort To Be' Up For BHS t'off 1 make work the Others game after Just getting generally 1 I..l'I ILL I'tUCl-IT .'urHT OP

disliked the change from, THK!: I lilOIITU JL-UU.-I.AU I'lll-
I the traditional 8 p. m start. ,::1 ii-r: *>*' KLAWIUA 1.A.: .'" I'.UH
j IHt\lI '''HlI 'Ol'I"I'\:
.;...ld e" ,and "condltlon- tuted before the final. k'ckoffIn. sive 's xxnd8ry must 1I1PI'OV ', "Dout: let this team surprise ably throw more' against..1 u I t ll. ACTIgNeA"s '

1n1"'"Tornado Men-tor psv14fsejeays \ \ .. hlt casing, {, ,minutes pf the 'its t.ackUna"If we are lOin, you. They will be upI San a Fe' U their pass protection Read Convicted % IIA,;. HI SU.a'1'uN.111VII.L1F
: jire the two (yame.Mistakes'!. to win ball games."' Die d* I I for Starke." lU'eVQrda of Is taapwyed' enough,: d 1'lulntltr.
wofldir: that cone first. to his Tornado; t'',,,ache tensive backs are the crux fat II'[caution Tornado coaches are to perptlt! ; ..t. Thy a, o un- -v .
OBJUd;About his tetup's 26-13 pointed to after closely mt'ni' file roach Sys;} becaucthey'ie >e I, placing', in front of viie )ball leas d ,a potent pinning attack MAJ1Y WAILINUTUN Defendant.oiLUF .
opening' win ovrr1 Baker Checking! the game flm! -were the "last tibaac 1 club. a. it prepares to }meet against Macclcnny thatmakes On :3 ,Charges :It ()II' 1't n41CJ'1'1i
CMMifr's Wildcats last Fri-! .backfield blocking: assignments -, men the ones who msake 1 Santa Fe here 'tomorrow,' the parsing game I IN: ..1IU'I'It'Tills.!:' NAAIK FI UK"OK XIIT'TUB

dttj1. Sept. 15.'erall I being missed- fife the 4afkle, GL" ,t touchdown l night ,at 7:30:: p. m. more dangerous.Grid (Continued prom Page Ones MTATH, OK b'L.ORtDAI: TO.tJAflt
I'm pleased'' to first half mtssRd tackles by ; will b/9 madjF by th e The :Tornadoes; reeking I' WA..II..r.U1U.whu.* : .,
I defensive and team. 1 their 29th ''win without Games list jailer, who ad! the defendant rcHldi'iir. !I. unknown.
I wtd, 'horse .continued, "Th9boji. 1 the coni3ary, pppo tnif a lace *nu urn lixrucy, nutiricd that
I think realized heir ]poor tackling by many members I{ "We did learn one thina4)Iogt K should be favored over. the { acted drunk, and u cult fur dlvorun has 1 boonbroualit
mls'tates after looking' at ,! of .that, entire -d fentUvflFJeyen. ( ) our ball club. : ,Uf4told. e I Rebels who lost so-7; (o Cross Sot: At '7:30 i Arthur W. Brock, foreman at UKitlnitt In Uui you ubuv I by Willie entitled -
gsLQe."mrt and we'll be the// 4 } Hum! called It "the l "They're definitely no,t City In their .opener last Fri. i Torwlllegar Motors who testified uHUtnitiuu Court and ciiuiiv, and you.
lmarQvevi I :baU club 1 worst .tackling exhibition I've a bunch.< autttr-rs." The '6''7 hNl>NM i day. The Rebels went .down to $29 in damages to the'' are" horniiy. vuinmiinvd ordurudand '
same 'e".."The. BUS I seen In' 10 year'' Tornadoes came from, a 13-1 0[) i1 \ to a, 3-7 record lost season Teplo"" I car that his firm repaired. t answer"t'Hiiuli'od ur tu defenses the .your. tu wtltIfn iliauuiiiplulnl -

coatii'. said .he thlotcs "'St) w.asj '",ckflcld" blockjnj) must J deficit; to their ..Opellt.11 n after-wInnlrlg the Keystone Football' games this season.i When' Attorney Thomas put j' .ut tbs. oftk1 uf the
'that .the'Tornado'S the wax tied 13-1':3 Conference crown Rand on the stand the youth I.'ICIK <>r auld Court lu Stark,
evUJp t fmm the stanch I I improve If and score fhree years will begin half :hour ,*. vller. .
ft ; I 1 Jr'Iui'ldu., cud to servo u fupyImtruul
wej;were, to better condition. 1 W: Improve as a football team with but five minutes: left trUie 1 straight from 1063, through at JC-0';! ;,]t.,, DJ,. Inatoud ot 8.testified, \ M had three beers l ".. t'l'iintlrt M attorney,
:two men were lublltiJ J Nurse 'Mild! and the ciefen-t, contest. '1i65. on the night of July 11 butWM UullU V. Knight Hiid VlioruuA. ,
Jusfk thearea'anewspapers
+ I I. after p request by ,. yours, ".U. Drawer *',
drunk. lie said he
Three' boys were emgletout Bill Brittle Inexperience) however: ,, will pot I ..
wihjch publish, pn. Miurke, i<'lo-i Ida, nil un or b -
:. I ; )by, the Head Tornado fo 1// quarterbacke { stlil 1 b/e a !factor, Many of the Saturday ,..morning Coach had. shot off a few th'ecracker.// loin the JUtli duy ot ui-lobi-r,
special praise i against. l eWl1dca.u young ''TomadocA will be Hmr announced. that night but maul utherwltt* a Unions.
I Dayid)! / bag disturbance Judgment will l>" entered
_ Ii stave 1 in'- Tone game. Bmltn, .ail juniors Ja.nna; playing'. Just, their ,second. titer trying MM early' '7:30: I i was caused by utfaliiHL you.
i Quarterback Bill Belotes I Sexton, ; effort v rlty game and. mistakes persona in a car who threw I 'Tlil Notice shall be pub-
: ,I too praised the their}, first varsity game tlm for,, (he. Aficclennv,, four .
out lu Ill.O.xt ci>n-
fireworks drove llMltud
I as they
performance he threw for of end Pien Onann both Their mistakes will be Ironed can still be expected, although game flurve said he till, go twcullvvettkly Issues iif the
I Isr ne1! TD and ran. o' 'j'' himself was termed played a real !good ball said. ,llie ToiTuwtoes' ]little field''a greatly .Improved ;year but doesn't, look forward.I R.ead. laid he refused to accompany -! duly ijiialltled,In Hald. County nowvpuper puullHlitrd -

Kxceptional by the head men- game.' : guards Ralph Morgan aqd ball clUb after giving the to; it for the 1068 teaaon. ;Deputy Reddish because U'lT.NJOSS: my hand UK Clerk ,
'''t I tor. Hurse called the Junior The offensive line mentor. Steve Crawford did a good. boya'another week's practice Like many fans Hurse did I he was, afraid of the at wild Court: and cite exam "o( Isaid f
II signal caller "a real ecranihlerr he good! after and showing ,them their mistakes |: deputy and that he was atruek Cuui't at fcUarkd lurldta,
aid got yen play Job getting: blocking assignments not like the game! last Friday 1 this Muptombvr:,! If, 1VU7.
.. 1 '(and lauded him for a from tackles Charles Smith, adjusted at the in .films of the Baker i .,sUrtlnar during dayllghs.:: '( several times with a blackjack. C1IAIH.KH'" A. UAKUYAM -
: I good Job of selecting his Allen Crawford; and Scottle' half contest. Reason for the newspapers", Road .tl'llUtled that while In i'lurk. of Circuit Court. UtUrudford .
.. and returning punts' Work was progressing at'a' front? of the' jail he was County' KlnrldaOKlulul
I plays 'I 'j 1| request'was"< the extra" QsaifJ( ( u..11 I
j and) kick-off Belote also rapid rate this week I in :]pour toJ get'more football piyichcd so hard by Reddish 'J/2L 4t 1019111'l'.I'rlu'
: J lead the team in tackling .'well,' Tornadoes W cqd' ,i core and better stories in) that a' ihleld over a missing 'I'O iiu -"
: : I 'with eight unassisted efforts" I Tuesday they,, we.ro tact'l-: ,j)Saturday morning'< eye popped out. Read also 'U'x'r
lashed with charged that, at the jail he 1'1'57 IM 14(11 'H"U
: j cornerback position. practice The,, Jacksonville UtLons'l facet I '
froCaptaln sfruqk the 0'10'\
was ,across
13 Me Andy Mayton A'.s. j .after 8 J.m., i Saturday morning had ...rtl.f..t...sSFIc. : :, KI.OIIIK
r >with a large ringof keys.
R f t turned: in an exceptional performance Conditioning" will continueto I two scores, however. ftursertated" Coinurtltlve Wriil.'il. UlcU. n 111L
I at offensive center .be aji important factortlhl'Friday : Read said he was released 1 'r,..Hlv..d I by the State 1'ur-
j from Jail the following: morning vliufllnir' Puntuthash' >ii, until '10:00AI. :
I. x 1 l position he took over: when ', I; as the Tornadoes Another advantage coaches .\ KUT., on diitf shown for
j junior Bobbie Smith broke 1 ,tAI 'ro,,'iraIMt'the two platoonedRebels law l In having the games I after posting $35 bond. the IIHIV "f surplus pr.p"rty.Uct.ber .
: t Stanley Wayne Read, brother u, IUII7' -- Pino liumlilil
)hIs' }iegln practice. 'who .substituted "seven .tarller b' that the players,! of the defendant testified MlunkH, .i-onilltlon. undfliAelfUatltmH
"It'wae W, first. flier men on the defensive\ ,
sal game unlf ran: behome a half hour may lit obtained<
;1 a'' ihere afro Jlldnt have a sinxle[ durinc the jCSrqss City g ame. Qerlier' he saw the defendant tokenawi from" the Htule: HurchimtnirfJoiiimlHHlon '

ye. CC bad snap. all night" HurSt ,f 'The' Rebels like :Bakers''V12ch.90tl J\fore:\ fans appeared to dlsike "'' ,.y and placed In the patrolcar. LI Hlnxhutn, Biilldlntf ttuoni 112Vllllam, Tallahal-. )
laid, in 'what amounts to tre- lYt : It I ; !. have two gpect7 1 the'new time however see, Klorldu.
4.t tl -. ,., ; ,. nendous p-aJae. Mayton also backs In senior 'halfbacks) han<. those'who. favored it ,caSe After cloningarguments the Al :J. 'Isy19xnrulivs
xofy; Maytoa went to the jury. The I Hirsttor21
{ turned, in a terrific J JoA< block- Jerry Stone and pd''wcCallwhojlke'to '
udglng btcomments'
r' N' J{ at the I / 2t 11,28
I" '
Y .., .t. JCaptaid'r nv The BIBS} captain is a' run to the outr ', ,.. trial took most of the day and
;' :. .' ... .,, ,, potential\ aU-state Jjerform- t g aide..Assignment'of .th" Torrrta4o -> -- -

"' ir. an honor he haj last defense course. Is' to
rear.' C rt contain; them. Santa. Fe Is'a1-I

... End Plen Onann was. also so dangerous on the punt. re- <' -
vtt l aI nredited by Hurse and,; offenlv turn'. ." I FELLOW CITIZENS: '' ,
r '' Line Ooach Mike Sexton t .Rebel fullback Scrapper'
8 with turning In\ a, \good ball! Irby"a 185 pound senior' runs''
.f game offensively and defen- hard.' is '.big and strong, and I'.eatt. Jet ntake this opportunity'! to. thank *

lively.Jt, wu f>V !defense! :that'I has fair' cpeed. Quarterback: ypu /or' .the fine vote you gave me at the poll: "

tnann. a senior particularly End I David Petty, a' ISO pound on September 12th. Hut there is much: work '
I I: Good out lUp-se said Onann I 4, Plan Onann. '''senior is clasqlfleyii! as a'fair' yet to' be' done. V' ,
trung play out alone tha ; I runner and'a good passer.. I

1 Inc ,,of scrimmage wnm the I. Andy Mayton could turn ned. That was perhaps far, '
VUdcats$ tried. hlfl end and : n :.tII.1'I4T1n,1., Kelly, 1 165. have the ) September 26th and cast vote
e II ,out (W he one of the tun"te! Hurse% 'said.. tt.io. thepass'perfoimance polls: your
iras seldom gilt of position.That's centers the Tornadoes have I ,food .speed'. and good d: moves, /br H'. H. JJILJ Y for k J
not ,
) the
Just a ease .in 1 ix>lnt," ever had. Sexton said. ) up \according to the BHS scouts. (. } foljowing!
Hei U> 'par.
: "Ex- : Petit'moves I'e4IiOns:
he; coach commented. Center Andy off'
(gets off the ball doesa 'Itt 7
quickly ,Defensive Line: Coach Tony 4
rience count3.r ball wet and "will hit I
< 4fte }
I i is I ..Jiure:: .f!lao orajMxl .fullback. 80odl Job blocking the Griffith' said the Tornadoes ,, you'. ))31Js'j aehes'8ay. classifying' '
rex: Patrick' and signal ..caller I, clear oo bh says.laIHon hole. really played), .traI4rbC l I'-* le-. hint one of Banta 'Te's,. 1. I have been a resident of this' community for .10 years and ,understand :
s ,; Jelote. f 9r' their fajcinf.):& ,ay:111 ,Q ily' real disappointment fense.* on"We baste'till need fundamentalson a lot oforlc best Unemen: Right guard'I the problems in our city government and the potential assets for
: .,
b: that was one reason the '' K ark. Peterson, a IBS pound! city.
was on occasions whAn the interior line, Ortfflth
qrnado l .WteW! running +enter, also has MOOd speed
pass blocking! broke down
,w.lntlO ,w" ,L Many says "But we' should' Comealong ''fnd is aggressive.J I
The. Right t Banking Connection Lines the coaches saw In the and hindered the Tornadoes'throwing pretty quickly now.." lght. Cackle 1 Wayne Klrby 2. 1 have peen .a .SUCCESSFUL businessman, in this city for 28 years

v I gauge< movie t yiat a? Patrick hAjjpen" Sexton game. "That will He too noted a lot of..poor 110, o. Junior. Is touted!! by, and know the value of a dollar. Therefore J feel that my practical
said "Only .
ike'' had two or area men experience will remedy It.. nadoes taokllug. something.live .Ibr. > BUS scoots ai a good( double experience enables me to approach our city's business with sound' business -

J&; ABig: Help' to a Farmer taskltag htq Jo'WI! Goacti Hurse said he had this will week undoubteoly Jn ,'Pltr( tJ.ca.remedy 1 team plan with speed and is: experience. Too, I have served one term on the City Council.
.. in to the outside. thought his a.I| fair blocker: Left tackle I i
club would throwmore
<< i. ni* Griffith said a. lot of first
The coach credited J'IWI1inlt Vernon
: What is the "right," -banking, connection for back. Larry ]M icer., Belote. night but-than it did Friday !game mistakes could )b* expected Junior, is Turner\also! a good iys also blocker. a'I 3. At all times, I shall' strive to have an OPEN MIND' and give an

$ farmer We think 'lI'jLt' It Is with an institution II ai ad; Patrick wJ.t4,1.}. .runnijoy the went ao well the'running in the'( secondhalt game young!.team especially as tits Tornadoes with .the who stays low. : ATTENTIVE, EAU to the citizens'! problems. YOU the people of

'HJJe air own, wherel'tJlere'ia, ia a thorough understanding .\\1,1 all .'JV,U" '' tout BeJUU.sdidu-thave: I are now. The' Rebels have 18 letterjrten' Starke. need a VOICE in our city's business. If elected I shall do every

of the special financial problems of. farming I But the coach said: his Tor-first. to pass as much as was plan-I from last ,year's. 'squad. thing within my power to ''giye you that voice.
11%does played "a lousy ,Uke the Tornadoes the Rebels -
l together with an attitude wholehearted cooperation -' ; h alf_ "" They' Just made too .. .L > ? employ*,a 5.* ..4efena4ifU
'"In solving them to the best advantage laDY, mistakes. The boys \ \ only three men rom'' 4. | pip ..notseeking, this office for my own personal interests or to

oft the farmer. Whether it it* a loan for machinery I d:idn't know what to expect Little Big Red/ ,the offensive Semi, ; safety I augment my income. Aly only interest Is your interest to try to bring

4.t livestock or any. jollier.needed';:.financial service, they .wete. *red.anytninc. .h'onwhaj JetTY Stpne. .tackle Wayne'JfQrby. economy and efficiency buck into our city government.
Not taking and RexHancock..
Mb wekon\e the jPP9rtpol kY *0-prove that wp are, I h jtomwd ':oae of the rua1'
'indeed the "right" bans'"' for. yout"! I lost aggressive Baker, Coun- Tops GHS 14-0 StiVctly., .QrfM: >siy.e.ty.from J _a jhe.Bebels pro muct Ilk" If J\\ aju unable. jlp see each of you personally please accept this as my ask-

J ,. 1.. . I tJ f teams I've met in a long the 'A'on a4ges. Th.ey: y1,11 run tog JOT. your; .vvte ,and support. Your vote and support will be considered

:: .FULL SERVICE BANKING' I Lm0." Horse gave' his, young. e qm t> pro i Ivah flq( ,a trust and J pledge to you that at all times I will justify the confidenceyou
4eep 1p4ght
tornadoes' credit for a ,fine Bradford's Baby Tornadoesopened all 1 night, but got no .yardage.Thereafter \ flanker tQ''I have shown in me. '
I I'C4 qmeback, from tnelr bad -with a surprise and a | the :'lfurriolinsastayed the ppiyo 1 ito fide_ tf&nthe, ,,
,: ,IIOAE. ;J>\Vp D ;';IOME OPERATED, I i tThe' lest;, half. '. bath with: a:14-0 white washing I mpatiy ,.o ''taJ.\ ., .but, } ; Coach Sexton-: ,'said.t.hat',. ; .pf' the powerful Oalnea- werellcc.elllCIlI/ ,/ / i In, .i 0V1n1 the, pro where ttje fullbaclt\ : rlDyesl I
fUr ,looking, at th), .'&ame,, vale .paby, Hurricanes last ball only onc.e: An ,s Dries of \0 .U\ heltbacjt .pqt. SINCERELY,
Communify 1 } State Bank f. !)bus he thought'' the:, offen- Thursday on Bradford Field.( short passes t\vit\, ,,fumble J on .Thp :Torria4o!s will .trtart "IC.l"d.
ive blocking "on. the'.'whole Coaches Chuck Mason and the .19 ;yard line ara t pUS ,ro- the ajpje} .cww ,that went] W. H. i BILL Y) NOEGEL
pi : OFss: ,.s,L1J3aPi'r ,' 1: I I'Y,was pretty :r good--; Noting Wamey Axlklnnon had nothingbut cpvered. ; p tgalnat' Maccienny'i: Wild-!:: '
,- I udlatakeaonltlte'part: ,; of his praise for the budding : The Tornadoes travail to cola:.. ..;!.tar "plcnn! a.n4nn'q.d (. Pol. Adv.)
: : MEMBER ... D.1.' C.' '. Young Une neri.; ,je;, ..xton'' ;said Tornadoes: Macclenny tpnight.Thyrsdty.toteat t .Junior Doonle,Elder :will I

.it.e i ,. f',.,tejrcould.. ', -be." .*,://eitptctied. at 'We're' real pleased with the Uu Baby' )VUII+ \ ,pt1laker !beat, ::4 ends; .Charlesf" ]1-';: ,
... 1 ___ _----1 .:.:[_"--=-. -'. .spirit and deals the boy.thowed High., elglthap4, Allen .Crawford orScottie
going' against a bigger ] SmItl\. HI )Juplors;
and better CBS team," Mason will>> be at Mckle; sppl)>oiaore,
aid, Adding; ''"We're most IHunf f VoterSeJTuesday J Ralph Morgan and Steve
pleased that :the boys made Crawford will be 'a* auards.ft ,, REVIVAL

!very yery few' mental mistakes. ", \Vd Captain Andy M.1 ,ton at
." '
SINCERE' ent 1.
MY '
THANKS J'To The entire Bradford defense < ,junior J3Wyielote, .whpgorked

t.' r wU praUedf6r doing: "an ex- .. */ up a reputation\ N a.suarterbaek .
'1 4. .. .... cejlent} Job," 'as was the offense -1 fcnwnbler; ,l t week." il b*
... [Continued ,Morn fit,pnnl] ,

.: p the Voters.; Starke..who. that the as evidenced..Tornado by the had fact,to. I jtlvlUea\ and..ibat.h ,:\q'Con\\[' : 'at; ,A, be Larry ,l\ofercet\JRunnln;;:?..TlieseIncidentally. back j BOA TDRAIN BAPTIST CHUCH

punt only once. cerned' aboijt. wholesome rep:' ywo, ., were.: the,
:, gave me first place in the FitatE The Tornadoes 8core:<) the reationol facilities for'' the lep4irig, .Tornado.., tacklers:,
., .. .. .. ,. second time they had the ball I city' resident, especially I the' frpm. .ttjejr : '
E: Pnmary. '. on, the running; of running; ;oung 'peopl... v ._ '.,'aaTaly...pots Oast eweek.and: R. A. "BUDDY"

....' back Mike Rhoden. fullback i.oNo also says be .hn a the. um:;or Tex; >**trick. .will gelthe HANNA
--,, Dale Johns and quarterbackMike Ability to1ei.p ,establish\ 'and nod at fullback, and John/ ,
:1' 'We invite all Norman all'ao homo I'i, maintain ,wlole4u) ,>me'relation! ":\Varrfn -antli: ,,J, toy Chaste<<: r
other "
voters to Rhoden went over from 1dJt. ships' ;Tyithin" "all' fife: jieparttuents will pjn he )flanker: Duties.Cl .: Evangelist
., yada< out for the first Torna- of cltV.: rit..tI. :
ve tisuea shoitl4 ,
> jee !aioren .ac
;.. .juts > 1t1;-L18 ins: the -Second Fri'l: 7 d TD'capping? ,a e: -yard BHS 'ytresiifs! "'he ;yrtil be evsdlabls,? 't\,\ this week after being
"r" M *t .t. ..II ,. M drive? Norman carried 1.Q yai,'(3*:' {rhen needed and that he ties 'B ldi. tput ;U3t wek because! ofan Hear This Ex-Profetsional "

: ''p'x l[> ,r Y y'xle: tf f>'Tuclayr F ept. 26. t I for the second'TD' after a 50 ; within the city. : .injury. er F

...:... Yatd.drays-batfuAu.: 1.sev. ..The :7Poreao} gs ..win I jxroljCpimjptrollcr -. Wrestler Preach ChristSUNDAY
:;:nrr eral key to freahmanend 'Timber
-oo -.;- ,. passes Firm 1 l- .

= efa1I'Vti: liams i is. a man, ho..wil: ,- agve Tim Murphy I!Posts Bond; 4'. ". *
young : AU the line! looked good I. I 1 { Fte/I; p. tifckln-- ,,
Haon said : Iq.the 1 people ,of. Starke 'impartially; ':and..toIthe: ,, pride to defensive ends '(Continued. From Page ':On411) ;tvUbe" ) allowed Blocker jslnce1l (, SEPT. 24 THRU

.. Murphy and Jim iTehipJe! 10.11I1,10' ,,' J .. l) paid only part of his taxes. .
=pCat of J Ida' A'; Htf I : \ did t good Job of-containIng Gilman fnpc, : ...C ..ttM| des 1 ln.pL9.pS\ and .walOd! : two years p

tL.: .. .' .. the Gainesvilleoutaid\] jendant In tlle"ult.1I: ,.. .ub- to, py" .the ramalnder, I ,SUNDAY OCT. 1 j "
: ... I running attack.'..'They'astS kept }Dratted to_.tl&e'::,Cq\rt: jit' t.1 n. Container paid S27.S34.34 .
: Vote For And Elect fttfulf, pressure'on the.), {urrl- and the first week In September !In I U. S.. 'Treasury Bill and
; ___ J.. t' cute .quarterback anti' .Murphy) paid its 7,068 representIJug f. 3.08 cash. The three firm

made two key tackleafbel'.indl/ t' the balance ft it* 18\1311\ | ;Mire indicated they will ap- 7i30: P.M. NIGHTLY ,

E e ; AFRAID WJILAMS the line. .taxes, phni" 4nrWe' and cerj j Judge D urprhce'IK1ec1slol\ i A
Also lauded for' the stellar I -_( court east. '" i io ,We ,.FJJJt) ..PII\tr1ct.\ Court ,<)t
fob'w'ere" 't'acke1a'Tommy "TMC Call'eotor( R. Kelly jlso p''! -
= YOUR. :.CITY COUNCILMAN < received a 11,270.payment .A.Jd ecllon l his not' been HOMECOMING -- SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
BUcJuli'ear' Dud"tlmi
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-, Marks.j from Nefsoftj Blocker Oi'Sept.. reaohed oh, payment of 1004in. ,

= ,GROUP 4 I md ralddlegvird.JrsmyCroa' ; J, which he accepted under I .<| 4P6I' tjlxe" ,., lch the five
t.. r.e.a.PA.w.. ..... >y an tlopImmoteuOalgesville. f protest because Blorker bad :lrq\>er firms have l alio fro- SPECIAL SING AFTER. DINNERREV.
attempte to taken a discount. 'gbnn sated and
persons payments
,. ._. : ,_ ._ (Pd. .AoL ,d';:) ; made VIRGIL LOV TT. PASTORMictfu1
jW! J1 eoHddW t $t J e:TorforvwalioiifyfourUme--, who pay taxes/ early. He pay, (t'b' the amounts they were .
-- --' .-" udo ; }has asked*or.an optoton"frau- I paying, ,prior ,to 1983. '


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SEPT. 21, 1987 'niMnrrmn COUNTY 1.RT FiiR.APA. STAUKFJ." .n.mA .. aBCTtfY, .r "it _- M"".,111798.

tfindnrrt mlv. pipe' .woirrMnk,' 'tilb''; C\? .hl! *'" 'W4.i \'
not 'tUHH llukn 5.le'peunIlW'p>> -\'r' ,,
*rl 4trnnda! ( /t
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taut Tor IIT" it 1"K .1" O. 1.ijballd"rd '
I .2b-13-Over Baker a- 11& '
Tornadoes 1 nK sws141S8rgatesP
Romp High'Roarlna IfAI\'unl.tll.. : pip" w.th- ).. a" l
'ra/ Than'e'Ra ".r .tt. 4 4". .gets! lMf*.1:'
'ft:01l! : >IIAyU. 'I"\-I"JCr:\: ,,I'O$"' : a ,, :, ....* -Dets.i '
shall be :t. '-IU. steddoc4Vrelghlrlg u
not II.... .than 8.79 'PITfl.Ot 2'I. !:. .Q= e* .".
back from a two- the Wildcats to 34 yards on klckei: off again. the Baker 22 to launch a atthe 50 and Crews addedthroe t ,p.Jed.,2fl-l3.< I Villa- UlVHU. WKMUHVBS: 3'11p1litt'le'r

touchdown deficit Coach David -I the ground in the second Belote had a hand hi very yard l Tornado drvo \ more to Starke 47.. i Statistic. -_ TOP UAIIv BlHlll ho I 5/S" 0.11.Htatulnril I UAT10: 'ttAMU' hall lict\ I 1618" .BtJl TOtflJ"L. G7; ANY IA.VDtnt.1JA1tLktl

Hurse's younaand: green half and opened big holes for Tornado TD. He tan back: a, was stopped on the-tBalwr '- Mercer! Intercepts i *. < AU8 Baker, "not '10'. linn Kulv, >t.tl> J pipe pnutida'Weill, hlnft pvrrifgt. Mlnndnrd',.. unlv., .plpo with., In- '\'LL ; ...J) .. '' ."
d' ti"IUl.talliIij : '' !
kick-off 33 Fullback Tex Patr.kk. 78.1 to the air o n First down I. I dTrl.'u.4.L : A. P B" C"""t1C
Tornadoes: got their football BHS backs. Wildcat yard I Dyal went 11. 61, '.tN'}" f'r-', '1:11.\1'1-1: :- s'3f1'3tFs
feet unJcr them just before I Cool under fire Quarter- and passed to the eight yare. four yards !to .the 14.and ,!Ui'i'il; '.own:! but BHS' fierce: .;Rj4lln l i .8 8I 'Uo\1i1C J'rJo'iTt.II'"' .be V O.D. n

the half and overpowered back Belote turned what appeared line to set up the drat Tornado lote went around .')Is .(nlM'ccpted) on -His 'SO gar I Pus$1ng 3 1 1 I. _d..-_,"_.- .- ".. ....... ..__. .._... _. .. ..._.-. ..' .... ., '"

Baker Hlffh'a Wildcats 26-13 to be certain disaster score. 'lie parsed to, end on third .down for lna( and returned' to .' -thdtlr'ke .t Yds. ; :Q.l1q1d} .27tJ 158 ,' /"f.-. .. ."
the second TD I to Baker 4 "": ; )'t''Rt&4Ag i t 13J 151r '; ".
in the season opener. Into sudden success as he' Onann for yards Uie 47. ytv'tir .

The victory, the Tornadoes' passed to Plon Oru.nn for' and ran the last 'two Ova Patrick tot auo ,hel' yard :Wlttlnn hard aittfifrwtrfcUiwtLh r "Ptissl! .1t H3 7II :. ire. .
f .
28th without a loss could be I tone tlelng score ''on broken' himself on >end -sweeps. 'to ,the ,.Uiwe..4Ind .Betote car: \ precision thek l'nadOQ I ,P''-' 'Cpffiopl l j ley1Z 4.0 I :' ., -. .. ,! <

labeled an upset since both I play. Belote was chased from rrhe fourth\ TD in the elos Jiedov> easily ,around. hU wore not to be tibrtitidt 1i1l4errel' / I Pefsee .jf.4v 1 0a ..ff -

area dallies the Gainesville I the Baker 22 back to midfield Ing minutes came In tw, right end on the next -play, twisted fat MX yard I.' by IJ 1Yds'enaLi' vEj. *> ; '

Sun and Florida\ Timee-Unlon. as attempted) to pass. playa as Belote circled his but a backfield In \uiqtlou: penalty on first' down. Patrick'' went, J.! 43 .0 ... I [ : .

.. plcke.ii.:! Macclenny to! But the !agile signal( l caller \left end for 25 yards for thi nullified .tUe.TJX up the t middle fop the firs'I I ''Puuts. .3..24.,4n I ...._

win. But the defending Class' reversed his field and fired score. The Tornadoes had ..Baker's defense .waa n tough ./flown} an:; tbeni) t.*.. art &Qfl46yQtiar'teCa1BUS ; :. ,.. r
A (champions Inexperiencedand to Onann. who ran throughtwo found themselves on th I enough .to hold .Batvlck ,.t:> ,j\3-c to the Bakei'ps.: 067 13-26 : :

mistake prone showed Wildcat bidders /tor the Baker 31 after smothering three yards, to the five,. and A ID-yard''holdMit; penalty Baker '76-0 7 0-13 .[EJ" P' ;

they have the punch that has !touchdown. Baker speedy and clipper; Belote got itwo.Dipxeto", 'the ,plopped! things; momentarily:! 'Touchdowns: I j' \, _- or,. _'".__" l .'4 "'t.., A f.".\> ,: 'r1

become the by-Word of Tor- Belote pulled off that same halfback Danny Lamb'on J. ,. three. But on..fourth\ ,down and pushed the .,,Totnadoe ,BHS 11 Patrick, 3 yd. '" ..

nado teams as they completely trick to make successes from pass from a fake punt play. h.WJas411yen,, ,1.2..Y.4I ..,bark to the Wildcat'-48.\ Bu rung"21tOdlnn8J4..passfrom; ; \ |, t r -*: ': "! ':'';

Baker Lightning to Use 13:) l 1Ie. aLt ied 3pass. rime IminedlaUly found ? ., .......
subdued Coach Tom: Cov- broken plays three timesFrl as )j : >IVstole; -31 B Jute, 10 .: ....
Ington's Wildcats. day night before a big stand- Striking. like .lightning with prlffKs again on 1UA'. second yd. run; '41.belote.: 25 yd.+, .: I. f" ,.

'_ The game was 21 minutes Inaroomonlycrowd In Mac=< their swift and experienced Taking over on their owii 0-yarder to the'BA. 'ltr 22 i run., '. '. --
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old 'and the Tornidoes down clenny's Memorial .Stadium backs the Wildcats hit 'pay 1$, the Wildcats fumbled ,,on yard line.'Staying. ..Baker I 11 Lamb. '15 yd. '.k.. 0.JT 0.-., ...: ..
dirt their second play that down and BHS'i J. Roy In the sir'the EMS rUn Lamb .
13-b before Junior fullback At least half the crowd appeared on i : 21 1J .yd. tlasa
Tex to ''be from Bradford from scrimmage In opening Clhasteen recovered:\! for the tgrml caller missed Donuts from Dyal. k 'fyatevcit'you
Patrick put the nw Big' j j"iLUV" i : :' .rr uLt" ... ,rd/ 'r.4 +ta t
Red team on the Scoreboard.The County. minutes of the .game. Baker'sbllt Tornadoes riving them another Elder bnt then pulled\ off his jI I . I' ,cwt"'/w/ ,',- ,"-. 'i ry

Tomatoes left the field The Tornadoes*went ahead gun fullback Danny scoring chance from broken' pray ft'tuntr' and:!' threw ''I ". I ". ""' : .
'Lamb sprinted around 'the the Baker ..31.A ,to Onann on '''the vf2-yar I Comedy ] f .1' .b\t1 + M.4 ; .
at halftlme down< 13-6 but 20-13 on an 30-yard driveIn !... :: ;,-
quarterback Billy 'Belote, a the third period behind Tornado right. end for a 43- five yard penalty threw coring play that tied thgame'13lS II ?..U\ want.ar..; _.L. .. ...", ,,,,,,,,,,, .

155-pound Junior, led them to punishing blocking by the yard TD sprint. The point- them back to the 20 en first with '3:20: sec To Play Fla. I. "I.....IJ". ,

three more TD's and showed Big Red forewall and:! the after was .added making 1 It down. Belote got 10 yards ends; remaining In tho third '! t ,r .. .... ..t.' .' ...'.J
7-0. Baker. around his right end and period. Mercer added (the extra Sun. Mon.Jack : :,,
}promIBe of becoming a fine running of Belote. Larry 'I :.. I t ... _. :. (
field general. Then with 4:31: left In the Mercer got another yavd over point. roll car& .. ._, ... i.,
Mercer, and Patrick. Belote ""' n.J1A.-;
Under tremendous sccondi: period. Lamb took a right tackle. But.Belota two RO-Yd. TD ..DriveWith' I .. ..: =-'w\vrr'FA.45..
pres- carried it In from nine yards: Lemmon stars as :a .,. ,
from Paul on thrld and fourth In'the'' lounrth '
pass quarterback passes 9:20: .
sure because of their Inexperience .. :
out after the Tornadoes! had complete Incompetent at t." .,ayp. am.l.dalg,1IA.a.I
Dyal In the left flat and were off target the second period the Tornadoes took \ : \. ,
the two state
rolled three straight first the Flor.'a. Theatre Sunday ; "
: up I if by. ..
championships scooted 11 yards for theWildcat's sailing just oveGnann'lI. over) after Baker's Crews 'bad; r y get ,.wrrM'
they defend.
downs and Bradford fans second TD faking outstretched hands. lofted a tremendous 'punt' 61 Mon""Y and Tuesday', Sept I Ii" ....._,' ,' .
and behind team that has-
a went wild.Macclenny's. 23. 24. ,and 36. In "Luv"showing :
out several Tornadoes who:; dhri:! Tornadoes hid. the into the end :
yards: aone. =
n't beaten :
them In 11 J.f
yea1'8.the }n Panavtsio i and : .. ... .: ..
Tornadoes announcer over had clear shots at him. Wildcats: on four downs'anc Running over a ''Worn down!' .. .: .". .
seemed to become the address .Eastman-color. &'A VJZ'YVl' (J r"u .. .. .... -... ltwswr4
stronger hit harder public system. A Tornado player blocked Larry Mercer returned Crews'punt ;Baker eleven ..the Tornadoes Recommended '''for mature : ,.. ...a.?r I4'" I'...., ?trleMn..b.YNf41r
and to play more precise picked that moment to; Intro. the point after but Baker 30 yards to again put rolled\ 80-yardft for !.bplr'third I ., !nt m
duce Baker cheerleaders. Ha ..{y t 8nce ;tHlte,CQltimWa] \ ''Pic
football mlnute-by-mlnute. fins were ,wild! at seeing his team -wltlxln*ea.y ,coring TD to .make It ''20-13 ywltll, '
Their superb physical pleaded for ..attention but; the their team '13-0 over the defending range 'Mercer recovered .hiR: 4;Ol Jet In the !game. Merest: 'turesrelease", ,Js hilarious. 11NM 4.1r
condition noise did 'not abate untl) *' 'apoof lOn-jJUf,: and 1X9. 'LUV' lawvrrt'comedyrof'errors .,r JM
paid real dividends state champions. own> fumble on first down for and Patrick got the first-1:pt

the young Tornado line held as after the Tornadoes had Lamb >and halfback Elmer .a gain of two yards on.he five first downs. Then Belote .tells the : 'attemptjof;( and a Silvi (fS. lD to1I k

-rY Crews were unstoppable as broken .play. ,Belota .got five ;smarted to traverse. his yjh( V.<4VfMicfemer\of' ) to >ahn. :

Tornado tacklers would dive yards around right end and end but pulled Lamb's. stunt 0 at .
I .off his .wUe( on an old college, _, --' v SuM.ntl.: "'1-
at them miss. Lamb's Mercer carried, for the first : ;; .......,
"an;! ,;,and .reversed his fir JR>t.t{18yards. in. 'ri.'h :
"da rna4A rder to. be free
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second 'I'D.capped a'78-yard' down at the Baker: eight'yeard' "'" ; He was tripped,"'!wr OTM another girl.starrl.ni"lInt 4 .A SSOCIATION( c i : .:t:'. ... .;.
Macclenny drive he carried line. It apple & tt "'11 io..marvy 218 N.
arm Just! as Elatm May, Temple ;Ave 'Rhone, .? : 2.
,.oranwan ,
most of the way on power It looked like a certain' pilht break ..Ihrouah.-'.= "':HI : "1
plays around the Tornado Tornado TD as Patrick hit The BBS!! quprterbacliskirted Who plays Lwnmona neglected'. I
ends. for three yards and Mercer >
his left slie.::! againforJtyairfs "
: (!lIe. andlgina Wayne as the'1IiIr17
The difference In the sec added.! two more to put the ; .
I '"and Mercer, got"a10 I Lemmond dreams.Peter ,
ond half lwas that Baker began Tornadoes on the Baker UNFINISHED J l
yards over tackle'} n put Falk as the ,con man. and .,. : y
to wear down under the three yard line for the second ,
I the rorJlldoesGn ,i .4 Brtk\ ? ,Eddie ,:JM yhoff ,as a hand
!growing attack of the Big Red time In the first half. But on 25. b 1{11r .f rubbing- lawyer who super; Clear PonderosPine '
from Starke. Baker's big third down Belote passed Incomplete .
Patrick added flv' Vnofe "t'the vises the, property settlement:
guns were no less slippery : to Mercer In the ; 20 and Merce,,:'went .up ollowlng ,a.divorce: ,i 'Smoothly,Sanded-Ready ,To" Finish
but so many Tornadoes end zone! and a 13 yard holding .1, :
the middle for IV r'"p:1f6;: >:: to :all :
They spell hilarious: : PAINT IT-STAIN ,IT-VARNISH
them IT
would hit them on very penalty pushed l
ems frt .. :
the. Baker nine '8".h, trouble for the fumbling Mr., .
play that It was impossible! bark to the 18.'Delete'' attempted )

to slip away from alL to reach Mercer on again''Belote and tried tripped:the left along sid the? Lemmon.. I I ':: ,, $ ,| 00 DOWN '", .. :' .,,' t d &,
"' 1 -
h PlayByPlayBaker two more passes but one fell raA- .. .,. .. ,
sideline:! 'behind excellent "' '.
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kicked-- off to the Incomplete and another to ,. l6' .
: VI I ..f t. "
blocking and had the TD to = map"TMi &
Tornadoes to the game the'flat lost four yards, ) ,3rt; '_-S' ..rf : .
open stalled cap the blb'drtve. ''Marcer'sextra CARD OF THANKSOur ,it ?,; 5 DR \.MEST'' .. .-004....... .,_. ", .
but an off-sides penalty Lamb HiUAsrain ., .
the first aeries :3f downs, On Baker's 'first -down point'was true! and heartfelt thanks to alt wt fi 1 .2 rep ...row.... .' .fw... _aria"' .x.rIi ? '. .. .
Tornado 'fans 'ea.1Jy"howlcdal 1 who extended comforting ...".'" ...w.... ..... .,of
his .
plaakln sympathy
The Tornado punt was returned Lamb !took the : .on :. :.. ,;: :
thlex-team went head for ,27" W...... "' ,
43 to > .&nd help ,, In our ,recent S" .. :. .
I to Bradford's yard: 22 and raoedl'33 yards the ''' .,," "' ... _. _
.. --- Mne.\ One running try by Starke 47 yard line Crews: the fIrst tln\e\ orrQW:, '.For the beautiful, ,D..,. 32"" High. _.._._.... .
'\ Dear Friends: Baker got three -yacds before\ oC:= seven yards tc;,:'jlhc) ;"40. With }Jess \Ahan.: p'iii"mlnil l -i'- 'sorvtcuLfloral, ..')rtl\l\rln:{ 9plltl, --_. -....,')'....-' ,

I ) Lamb broke loose on his 43- David Roberta, !got tWQ''morii.. s l lefty hq'Vp1lttCati''DyaiBrent ; \ : 'other 'kndnc..e! we are..d eplYi ....,.... P7.. 4 .. '

I wish to take this opportunity to yard touchdown sprint. to the BHS 88. .(to tth'ej"alrafter.) Lambretuiyledthe''lornadp rat'afiil.rThe.; arnlly,of.Mr .j'f -- ,
Belote returned the Baker Then on third down La4n" ; : ". .klpk- R.. PPancher.. ,. Sr. DOWN DEUYtaf' -{ .:.,>. ,. ...........-r'ij. ', :
thank .ypd .
vote and off to.th. :Baker"; r 1*
you your supportin kick-off 'to his 42 yard line began a sweep to 1be"'le: : .

bid for re-election but ''he Tuesday r .
my inots ,va\v' "the 'Cats lose r.ii.r von IUJUMTHE / 1t I o+rc' ..
the Wildcats, fired for 'U"yardfdown t
downs his field
aa 'Hrt.\Hl UV. CULTNTYOMM 1Aeg to..... .,
Sept. J 12, 1967. Although I was not up .by their early success. to the Tornado 27. seven .yards. On the'/ltaal: tryWews : or.mr
fakedA.puht.: an ,
COUNTY( VlftnlltVJI.I.
came through the Tornado Crews and Lamb got to the .
successful I wish to thank for all ItECEIVM!: : HKALKt: V .;'" .
you trick, atl: instead
forewall. But the Tornado 17 on two playa.and Dyal:'got ) : :
1411.11.T 10IIO ON' TH13IflH.VJNU v
of your support .the six years I have quarterback came right back the first down .to the' Tornado th'ewtolamb' ). in.' the fight, :\ \ :; Of ; x.Tnllllt: !< 4th I t i vw daub d er y 6 f1 a.. tLr'r :

with another pass play* firing 14 on a Quarterback flat .. 11(17( IN1: 'THK+ fOfllTltOOM1I : r .d n D..p 32' Mleh. I DOWN STJUQ T :
served as Chief of Police.W. 0 w''" (61 COt ILTt10tHi7{ Il'on t i .
your into the left flat to lu.nbur.oock sneak that netted three. 'Tornosa ceeebe.liaddlag,, JIM .*X>LU>VVIMCl! 1 01 yQr' .'" .
Larry;.Mercer vrho._lookng yards. nosed .the-play, however, and 81>KrlKinATION: FOR FBNClflHftAl 1 ,;; D* MR.. Z MRS.'CHLf'' $ ,'. .

sharp all night with his Roberts got three yards.to 'had motioned the backfield .I >tOfU" COlTXTY YARIIa 4 lbw. f' t .
F. ((BILL) ROSSER' OAIIACIR( !' FAnniri!! Tho -rnb .
tiara:! running and alert defense the lion two tries. Then back in close and alerted the rlo /I"nll 1 1 b.. 9 KHUICO U" m..l.>. __-% '- ,, r, d.Y111'dawM'd r r.e ;
to Big' linemen. Lamb took hut dip tfiilvaulHu, after w.avlinir 1 I a]' WId1n1S" T .
scampered 43 yards I Dyal tossed to Lamb In -title Red tu producv a elite, coating x'n< NA1 uw 1.
left flat and the slippery the pans"and was hlt-Jiard by nut linn In weight than I.ana ."

speedster twisted his way into tlvo or six Tornadoes ,led by f*. per wldare| | runt nt bar .

the end zone for the. sec Belote, phasteen, aril Onann.. tip wire* \\'y.nurfafe.th. hri'd-e.and u t test, stand nil .6\'S dj r 21 .
TO THE VOTERS OF SFARKEI'take ond Baker TD. malting It Taking over on -tlis Baker NUNS' InANTJI' : A-229-41-or t .2 w I .ya r1l.,; i .. ..

13.0 with only ,4% minuted :31 with! .leas then .two min : 1 fttnc'H uii Mhnwn li:> .

this opportunity to say,to each'of' you I thank '. ]]eft In the first half. utes left 'Betote rammed\ AST.M AHTN Jlmik A-393-CD 1. |I''iu i lIoC/k.< 11144 1 On-f and. !. .... .. .... ..

''you' for the splendid vote given me in the first primary : BHS's Belote took Crews' home! another TD. H? rolled pug[ 12H.I'OHTS: Mlmll ba 2" O.D.ti.INi'1 I .,..,a.Ulne ......j .
kick-off at the 15 and returned put for six yards'around "
\ 'Sept. 12. : 33 yards to '.hla ,48. tad and they repeated the Itt riot ndard' :IAMM :than Italy 1IJ"'PO| ) wulfhlnv:I* p:.r. HARDWOOD.

The Tornadoes had considerable sams'''pb\Y 'for 25 yards! and! tirnt. Theiiu poets pltnll b. a1 ,. .
I have served councilman and Bond 'Trustees ands t.
as your city ; KBtAut'l: apiyt or lutut 5 DRAWER (CHEST
success all night In' returning the fourtli'Tornado TD. .Mer"? .t7'ln-ronn 'i-et.. 'fontlilK SO" :
for over 15 years. I want to serve you once more as I punts sou} 'kick\. offs cev's extra point try was IAAP, .nd '" In dl"U., .'.:..dwn.d *' Overhang top, Icallope"l ...

your councilman from group 4, in -an effort to make our with Belote.and! Mercer. ", blocked and the Tornadoes'.,ri'to at top shall tu nh bo..d B,001)water lb., Con.tent, bat*. 3.l.ltack.n41 ;, ''' '"'M e ; tpo 'l7,.? :

city a better place in which to 'l lite. On first down the;Tornado and 1rfrAwr 1 .."om.. 041 ...p I :

fieLd general went to'the long i Center Guided drawers g :
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t ', ,
behead Jilt junior end< dul-preof bottom drq\rr I : :
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1 Orle s .who. hd gotten. I :
1-To work united with' other city .officials and ''Department head", behind the .Wildcat .defense, i NEGLECTED 1 H( i frpy111 f I :

2-A living wage for city remployees. Crews .chased .down'''.Oil ,::J! ",, '.;' .fI! :$2295 rt-t IMa 1tp, *e i 1 1t -
ball 4 w 1 N+ :
lust after he snagged the 5 :
3-Work for a program/ to clean up lots in the downtown section of town 1 4 ."
on a play that covered 40 'SHRUBS

and all streets leading into the city. The city.should spend some time yards and put the:T.xnad9c1l.again .! ;. ... .0 '$" I.OO DOWN. ," 4 >=Co.. ... Ii }
and effort in this manner. knocking at.the floor., .

4-Watch all invoices and see that the city gets a dollars value for each at Patrick the Baker drove eight l up.-yard the tnid-line. 'I' ,-CAN ''BE -., 8 DRAWER? CHEST .

dollar spent. air, for six but a Belote 'pass Overhang; !;", N.II."..... I

5-Work with other council members, in the effort to give special electrical Into the end, zone for John'' r ... ......1f "wit. ....-. .1.1JLL..... I I :;.
Ir.w T",
and lower the other rates lr-. Incomplete. Patrick tIM tt.lt.mC.n.. ''a I\> 'I II'' nld.ryafeh
rates for those who wish! air conditioning if .rren was ,
fat t., .w..II..w.. ....D..... WJ LC tfil\T It
all possible. The city should be in-a.position to give consideration to got the call ajjraln'.onthird j / N hhr+. h, ft"ef' It.It,III .." .,. 1. :l.yt. ...,.

its citizens as the city of Starke It one of the few cities In the state that' { down, and bulled over over I hhp I Pr,,.,. oiK U> lhl< **Unl but ... r N I l\JaDa r J wnr .
left tackle and bowled a r owns all utilities within the city. Wildcat .defender, to hnse'in' J arptamb.r. I. f'Oltf',,, month for tIM ,"

There I think could improved in is to the end zone for.the 1 1 ....tl. .mulfllon.' mvt+... ProMct irmirbrubtwrr p4. ;::,
are other things that one particular, II from (lt.( .,.. and Ih. j
the garbage and trash service 'we are now'receiving. ."_It".,,' ,.first ) Tor-I' 't told' vtlMf ..tl..id. B. nrl, I" $3995 .
the.seuon. 1 I'q '1 taut ,omoiuBJt '(\ f
If have the interest of 'the of ? J ,
elected I promise always to people our city. -Tn.IInap for. the .
first In 'mind. -fumbled'and Merger A -- al.
i iI point was \ I ...
I will greatly appreciate your vote and support in the second election thatis failed! to ''run the tall in.I ,'$I.oQDOWN N'
Tire! TD 'came with 2:55: left PEST '{\> : ,
to beheld 'September 26, 1967.EWELL. In 'the half and the?Wildcats ,FLORIDA ( I' ;to. : '1. .t .....

ed 13-6. ::
.LAWSON ''Baker High'" took the kickiff -' ii ?, .o.n
) to start the third quarter!' 1
1 1 f arab s J : '
lamb ran it back to his 371; I n

!fPd. Pot. 'Adv.l ;hen''he got 13 yards 'on tw01stave ) //S. For Information. Call 964-5745 u

IIf unrt n Baker first down I
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.: ; -I Bonifacio Andrew Sanchez: - Council Meets The city board bad requested HOMECOMING! SET EXECUTOR -m -pleading to tho complainton

\Woman 'unlawful speed Lawrenc llollla V. Knl ht lho Plaintiff's AttorneyHon
Lawtey ; I i statement from the School AT JUOATDKAIN BAPTIST g/il: 4t 9//:/ Lox Uiuun titui'ka, KJor-
I Coving ton. disposal of propert Board that the School Board 11I1and rite tho original In the

under lien; Una Pearce Doub t/n Lame Duck :will repay {the clty'a expected Revival services will startat NOTICW! TO DEPEND office of the Clerk of the Circuit
before the
Court on or
eily. driving while intoxlcfttec ((3,000 expenditure for extending the Boatdraln Baptist IN crucuir (OOUKT BKAD-
Draws fines Hill' tiny vt September' 19(17( ]
; 'Church on Sunday. Sept 2.. l-'OHD COUNTY. F1XJH1UA:, 1 1eald
1'he case of Joe Brown an< Session Tues. : service to too new school IN CHANCERY. otherwise the allegations

I, Jessie Lucille Brown charge 4)n he Old Conway Airport and continue eaeh night at AARON SUMNER confessed Complaint by will be taken
with paitlcl.pating. an al alto. 7:30: through Sunday Oct. 1. ROSIE SUMNER' ae you.
*in I This nntloe hall be publlah-
(Continued Fr.mi Page for lean than half
i: fray was also dismissed CTpoi] an Meeting hour In a "lame duck" Council members said that R. A. (Buddy) Hanna an cx- ".. Plaintiff./ oil.inMerlltlve once' each weeks week for In four the

4ng her plea to guilty to failure I that action the conviction o session that will see two new 1 they believed the vocational l professional wrestler from Adoption of: RICHARD JOHN BRAPPORD COUNTY TI3tl.!:

to yield the right-of-way Charles Henry Mitchell wh I 'center, now nearing completion Beaumont, Texas will be the DIAMOND I UHAPH.
j faces after next Tuesday'lI'Sept Defendant .
In entering a through Highway.Btanton : I! pleaded guilty to the sam : 26 run-off vote, the will open In mid-October. evangelist.The NOTICE TO APPEAR Dateil. 111(17.( this let day of Aug.uet
Francis Douglas! received fight last March 24 \was vacated Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis annual Homecoming will To: Richard J L'lamund CHARLES: A. DAnDY
H, Starke City Council had al. be held Sunday. Oct. 1. with Address: Unknown Clerk of the Circuit Court.
an Identical sentence: said It will take least
moat a "nothing" session I at six: You ara hereby notffl d that Ueulnh.. M. Moo"yD"Ptlly
: when he pleaded guilty to n A mistrial was declared:!! II weeks to "Install sewer and dinner on the grounds and a null for Adoption of KJchnrd lly Clerk.

charge\ of unlawful speed the case of James Davis Srcharged Tuesday Moat night. action Cakenat 'water service to the school. singing in the afternoon. All In John tha Diamond above named has Court been filed and (SmAJ.,

op, ,A charge of assault and battery with selling an intoxicating the Important''brief meeting, with Council agreed to take no members and friends are in- cause and you are required to S17 tt 9/11!
occU Orllfis was In dr vited to attend. serve a copy of your answer
against Bobby beverage a ; Johns absent, action!! until It hears from the
Chairman Ruby
_ dismissed:! by Prosecutor Shaw county, and It was continue! was a $144 contract awarded'School Board. ,
and a jury tound Orirfis not until the spring term of courtA The Council also acepted! a
: In thl. Court
w to the Charley E. Johns Life notice to appear FRESH BRADFORD COUNTY
guilty of a second charge. improper jury found Davis -X5t guilt; 4r I deed for a road easement and show CHUBB, If any you
bo change of lane. I II on a second charge of posses' Insurance Insurance Agency $10,000life for from the First Presbyterian. Otto, why the action aalil of Will thinCourt
nxK : I coverage In admlttlnw
&. The trial of Robert; Alexander Ion of whiskey in a dry countY .1 the city's 12 pollmen. Contract Church off Bessent Road and to ppobat should not etand SQUASHMOUNTAIN

I laB charged with writing a with Intent to sell.A Dead, He Looks Good I I price for each policy Is ,heard that painting of the city' Tharon nnrevokud." A. Yawn J,.
second trial set at 9 m water tank la .
I worthless check was postponeduntil : a. $12 per year.Expressing completed.Deed Counly Judge
Friday Sept. 22. us was- Friday, Sept. 22. is that o f I for the church propertywas (KBAI.)
COt This ft'l" riHtler wilt killed. In Clay County at the Shady a keep D/J4 41 11)/51)
that of Gary Hampton, charged Mrs. Sandy Miller charua< city business local l the Council presented by City At- ,
ev4! with driving while intoxlcaTjFirlday -. with petit larceny. Oak Hunting/ l.otlgn. Il" wax found In the dog yard by torney George Pierce on be- -
_ we I gave the business to the Johns IN TUB COI-WTV ..Ulnnl'1
t4.d. Rickey Taj lor. and Union Ilrrndon. half of the Presbyterian ('onrr IIHADFOIIU uouvri.'
Ju :, I Agency, the second low bidder<
I Church and the L. C. Powell I'LOIt.n" I
Sept. 14'. action saw behind Oabor and Co. Inc. of IN PltOH.tTB

.I only one defendant found guilty I i rnrl TItrt., o'rJ'M Mayor of th, Miami which had a low bid 'estate. In He: Batata of NANCY L. U. S. NO. 1POTATOES
Plans PresentedOn KNIOHT also known N. L.
;.Milton Bell was sentenced I City of Stark, Florida. by virtue of $11.80 per pollicy. KNIGHT, and aa MRS.a D. Id
t&. '60 days In Jail for petit I of the authority vented hills The city had not received KNIGHT, Daceaned.

Wrcency.. I I Il "n. .by|Vt tVIW law. du".. 'heY"",.">r.n cull tr 'Vheld i a reply from the Bradford NOTICES TO CREDITORS!:

at the Fire Station. la thatorenulu < School Board tm. Th* CouiitT ........'. Court All persons having claim. or
_ The following cases were! .. County concernIng damanda avaloat the eState of
Courthouse'Continued !
t .I> *.diit '1voter. And For Urndforil' CouatriFlorida
dismissed\ by Prosecutor Shaw-' a binding contract for a NANCY I* : also'
on Tumday eDt"mhi' Im Probate I\o. known u N. L. :l:16"tT.:: ; and PER LD.
sewer line to the .new Brad- IN UK:: Estate of NKLLIE a. MR.9. D. E. KNUIHT, daceaaed. .

I from Pate One) be housed on the firs--, floor- ford-Union Vocational-Tech FLOYD FVA.NCHER: DeiMWMed are hereby notified and
NOTICE OP PROBATE required to' file their clalma In
I '----- the county clerk. tax assessor nical Center according to Tn All
Persons Int"ruted i In tile. office of the County Judge,
figure is given on the cost City Clerk Merrill Edwards.The The' Estate Of Said Decedent:
and collector. and sheriff's offices of Bradford County Florida In
of the courthouse. ThLi cannot I clerk told the Council You are hereby notified that the County Courthouse at DOWLING PRODUCE
be done until plans are I a wrlttHn Instrument purport. I Star he, Florida within sIc! calendar
that he notified the School I II Ins tobe the La.t Will and .
H There will also be plonty of I montha from the data of
MAYTAG. finalized. he said. J Board of the need for a more TeMtnment of Bald decedent. the tint publication \of thlanutlre.
The Commissioners finally ,, storage on both floors! and I I baa been admitted to probate or the same will 1 becomevoid : MARKET
larger vaults for the circuit! I binding contract after the I In thIs Court You are hereby according law
I; assured Casey the School court clerk and judge. last City Council meeting.PAINTS 'oinmand within ..lx (IIal' Tbla August 3d, 191)7.Hollla ) .
_ Board will be housed in the county J .ind.r monthS from the date of V. Knight (8r.) i
The Most Dependable I. new building If the $30.000\ t th* flmt. publication .of this I

cannot be found both

Washers & Dryers You Can Own! I parties clearly prefer mat the

I I Commission come up W 11.11 ..U I I
Designed For Use With I II
I 1 I'TI
money.ireo'n I
Permanent Press Fabrics, In the preliminaries -

Large (Capacity Lint Filter I the new courthouse
SALES wiu measure 191 feet facing
S Cold Water wash & Rinse I' HT.
Temple Ave. and 90 feet
Year Free I
2 Part .
& deep. An attempt will De> made

_._ to cut out 1.344 square feet

to meet the Commission's! --- ,

SERVICE 1;; ;;d) I square original feet.estimate of 33.000 II you find your name among the Classified Ads, IJSED VACUUM$15 up.cleaners 10 different reconditioned C. C

'-., ... ......"'_ s' The entire legal branch of rw I PJIlIlIIIt name brands to choose from _______
to The I Parts & excellent repairs aM
'. 'IliJII the county government will Telegraph office and receive Two .
--- ---. ''I'I I makes. KIRBT SALES A
-- 'I
I be housed on the second floor I
I PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SERVICE 712 N. Main,, Gainesville -
of the new building. Including LTIr1 I THEE
I the county Judge's offices !! PASS in. I 376-7110. tfchg '

I offices for three circuit ,

judges the parole commission : I I AT LAST!

tlces. Jury room hearing CLASHIKInil. ADHATKM & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I
rooms, law. library and two Hr wnl 81 : 710' Lemon St. Palatka. Gulf Service
court rooms. U. .. IS word _,_.r.Sl. Furniture USED PARTS
"The county courthouse will .d'' Repaired That
AS LITTLE seat 68 as presently drawn Bark", vrord ..*r 13 ___ TB I Upholstered & Refinished I Top Price for Wrecked |Cars Qualify I

and the circuit courtroom 92. I- tra .>.. If .... I MATTRESSES REBUILTNew 24 Hour Wrecker Service: CALL TilE MAN
AS WE FINANCE paid. ,I. advaeire OT _, r FROM KEYSTONE
AH county offices suite's will -c Innersprings Fuel Oil ONE STOP
MJCMORIAL: /. lUll I/O/ 1.1 noiseS George E. LaRue
and Box
I Springs
10 Per S 'a pee m,4 I AAA S II Green Plump*

Month OUR OWN 20. 1167 A !>.. for the I'UrpOR8 CARD O* 'TH4NKS I Drop Ca A Curd or Call I Hwy. 301 N. Waldo INSURANCE AGENCY MASONRYMATERIALS

of KJeHln| the following of BO ward .r I... ___ .aa.sn : PALATKA EA 5-0166 468-1998 I Keystone Ilts. 473-4692
th'*r.. Kack: ,,, nror. .v.. M ___. cmoup 4ONB i fttRS. PEGGY SHALUEB: '
Buy) -The Best Buy Maytag OOlTNCltAIW.KOK I TOE!: KIQHT POINT for the
%09.E. Adklna
i CROUP TWO YKAHH 1\ 1 II l Stark. AgentTYPEWRITER St. LACT CONWAY 'I way you write. Come In and

(OVH! riK'VCIT.VfAN: I FLYING SERVICE elect your favorite ESTER.
I FOR ONE YEARiNibYI'OIU4. r AlrI i BROOK fountain TELE- Ileaxly Mix Concrete ConCrete
: FOR MAli> I
Winkler Electric Co.PHONE ELECTION: I plan rentals. Greyhcund Bus GRAPIL Block Sand. Rock

MrH. KrneHttne: UwnmarkMn CUTTING Cement' Mortar '
Charter. Keep your party together Steel Oyster -
I Myrtlre"' Di-nnla
; 964-7596 Albert FovtnrMr. charter a bos. Phone SINGER ZIG ZAG Shell. LImerork, Roof
234 N. TEMPLE AVE. .. J E. Hardy All Types 044-6090. tfchc CONSOLE MODEL Gravel. Prwa-.t Lintels and

Mrn, !Minnm-ft" H WllllnmiMm Window .
r'cirirv. \tihallvrMr : a Bulldoeer & SEWING MACHIr.Al':: SIll'i. Everythingfor
.. .*. Ert!: Frevatt I INSURANCEAT shape. Zig Zags make buttonholes Matonry {Oonatrwtlua.
... .... .1...hit. Drag Line WorkJ.
.. ... .. "' .,-- HlmpmmMFH REDUCED RATES fancy design, sews

"""" ,'r,' 'l.M.. "'; '1'..- t. : I Wthel It O. Dan ltaynondMrs. ..byMr I C. GardnerPHONE Fof S I Af AUTO FIRE. BOAT on buttons, appliques mono- ANNOUNCINGA

I $ I *. Kit* Ma.. ChaRt..n I tWM ; sJEi i DOYLE K. CONNER grams, etc. Sold new for over
aim. I. N. I'lokcrlnir4Altrnut 11114-7711
Isnt it fun <*> Or By ;4Jrir ri INSURANCE AGENCY 300. MUST SACRIFICE.

Sir... I I'M T..nly tfeh* Just pay balance $64 or assume I
(Alternate) Ready Mix Plant

: to romp on a cozy II In unto testimony aubicrlhe whereof my name. I here.and THANK YOU NOTES-Beautifully SILVER SANDS LAKE NEW MOBILE: homes, Chtck- Call Credit$8 monthly Manager payments.COLLECT. atKeystone
$2,700 to $3.500 RENTALS: asha 20' & 2f Buddy-
cause th *al of the *i'I' : wide .
: : :- Town in be hereunto affixed engraved In gold orliver. GATOR Day, week or month.Brad- Clemson Travel TraU. Jacksonville 353-1946 HeightsFor
BONE Layton
I \ ? this the 15th Day of September. I $1.25 for box of 23: Including LAKE anytime. Will deliver No
_: i : ; warm floor A. ti.. luu;. < envelopes. Bradford $3,375 to $4.275 County Telegraph. I'hone en. Liberty, Taylor, Azalea obligation. itch* 9'28!' Better
Service To
.J. '. .. CAHt. HURST MAYOR 964-6300. tf buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing
County Telegraph. U
.. ATTEST.-...>., ?: FOWARDB, EASY TEUMS\ *. Buckeye Trailer Mart Adjustable Vinyl nook That Area.

CITY CLERK See S. E. McKay Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd.
Covers. AU sizes 30 cents ea We Will
It 111I Orange Park 264-2131. tfchf Not Be
I Keystone> Heights at The Telegraph.MANAGER .

NO. 997-Priced Right'' 43 <473-4740< & 473-4132: POWELL Undersold.

1. C. acres with creek. Good loca- Phoned! 473-4818. TRAINEE

A 12 \\Yides. tion for poultry, farm. Just Myers Power, ToolsArea Young Career men who Minded are inter-' Bradford

M4f __________ r"_ Custom Mad $7700. Terms. ANY CREDIT CARD ACCEPTED CORNER LOT Headquarters. .,.For' ested in a well) planned program i

For Florida NO. 590( two Miles Out. 3 NOW AT DAH- Convenient two bedroom Lanmmowen Power Tools with specific finals In
acres on U. S. 301. OLder MER'S DISCOUNT HOUSE. home, large comfortable MfcCuIloch: Chain Saw. mind. For quick promotion I EngineeringCo.

Get 1\1." home. Only $5500.STROUT 112 E. CALL ST. 964-7923 rooms with screen porch and Pump A Water System! with large Interstate corporation -

: _____ j YOU '.r chi car port. Low down payment Brlggs ft Stratum Engine call) Gainesville 372-I
i 'I )For Your S SI [
low monthly payments. Rentals BsUet) -, Service$ 9535. Advancement, security
: 2117 N. Temple Ave., FOR SALE '
: I Starke. tfrd T'actor. Need Small Tract., close in. 230 N.B. 16th 'AV... liberal salary with Increased I, .
No Fla.
Salwtaf ((904)) 964-6609 good
: rmissioned .1 condition $475 00 cash.
i Two to 20 acres. Have buyers OainervUl 176-3411 pay based on performance ,
1 Call 473-4508. Phone Starke
IUpiu ad 2tp 9121| !'
,) waiting. tfcbgFOR car allowance excellent em-
; I DAD& BRAD.LARSEN SAVE $1790 by -ordering TWIRLING LESSON'S will BILL POWELl. ployee benefits. Let us train :' 964-5403
-, LIKE be given at the High School RENT--I room and bath you to be a respected member -
1' TO WORK World Book Encyclopedia: be-
Auditorium from Real Estate furnished Call 664- of a crack managementteam I .
: fore Sept. 30. It can even be 3:30-4:30: : by apartment. Keystone' Ready
head-majorette, Karen Patz, 404 W. Madison St. esS2.: tfchg with vital. responsibility
YOU Benefit! held and shipped for Christ I Mix
every Wednesday beginningSept. ., ./ S mas. For demonstration the organization. Aetna Finance I Keystone
20. 50c lesson.' After lira 533-2018 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED
phone M. A. Payne at 964-
: AD Sizes 9'21' ft. Co. 15 N. Main:. St., I 473-4285
an Display: 6560 your local: representative 2tchlf P. O. Box 1089 Starke. Fla. HOUSE lot fronting 100 !
on paved road. 185 ft. deep Gainesville 3tchg 9'28' :
: 8-0-12 ,Wide since 1956.
IVi Bdths Stchg 928FOH | WANTED Access to Crystal Lake, $6.- FOR SALE FOR
WAITRESS. Must be neat. 2 Purebred RENT 3 rooms and J
position all company 000. Terms to be workjd out.
and Expandable References required.. Apply Bulls: Brahma an:*!' Santa bath furnished cottage. 513
SALE 3 btdroom benefits minimum startIng Country Home over 2.000sq.
dertrudas. Dolph E. Reddish Nona St.
The tfchg
Branding Iron
house, furnished. Good Repair scale $1.53, age 18-45. Apply ft. living area. Large

New and Used New Paint. Small Wood- .or Rose Lee. Southern Wood Preserve oaks 4 acres fenced. facing Phone- 964-7220 Itp .

I Down Payment-Easy Monthly 2tchg 9121 ing Co.. Baldwin, Fla. Hwy. 100 In Putnc.ro Hall. FOR. RENT4 room furn- GOOD. USED TYPEWRITERS :

8-Yr. financing available Terma. FLORIDA 90 Strawberry 2tc'ng 9121 Price $19,000. Big value for Ishod apartment. with private from $33.: Standards and

give family a ::.. TOWN HOUSE SOTER- Plants for sale. !:3vln Starling those who love quiet place to bath. 331 Clark St. Itchg Portables.. Also, Typewriters
: 7 your SIGN PAINTING for Rent. Bradford
PRISES, INC. live. James H. McSaohern.: CountyTelell'raph.
Use Our RentalPuri i Macclenny, Fla. Phone
Ihealthier, happier, warmer Contact Buford Mitchell Realtor. Keystone Heights tf
chase Plan 259-7122. !3tp 10'5 TOT RIGHT POINT for the ,
ki home with a beautiful new -Payments I Telephone 9646853P. Fla. Phone 473-410

4 Under $50 Per Month\ O. Box 238, Starke. Fla. APPROXIMATELY 40 acres. W. -BENSCII' -964-7774- 4t :::!hg 9128 the way .oa write. Come In HAVE ACREAGE WILL

I tfchg good pasture For Rent. 600 SELL OR TRADE FOR
I bales of hay could be FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished and select your favorite ES. CITY PROPERTY. Contact
illOIL jJJ Lj : .
MARRIED COUPLES WANTED and barn stored. Call .fter; S Buford Mitchell. phone 964-
mmMobile St. F. B. Beard phono ; ON KINOSLEYLake. TITRBROOK fountain pen.TKLEGKAPH. .
for cottage parent o'rlock 064-B183. 4tchg 10112 6853. P. O. Box 238. ftarke.
933-2861. Itchg Contact Bufor-t: Mitchell -
HOME HEATER Minimum education 9. age 21 tfchg

I plus. a hour, 5 day week. In DID YOU. KNOW It's easy to HORSE SHOW Trophy Day. phone 964-6853 P. O.
: Home SitesAVAILABLE work own a Longchamp Home? Box 238. Starke. tfchg LOSE WEIGHT safely with
: SIEGLER.baa the general married couples
big built-in Blower Sy>tam and ax- Timed events, Sunday Sept.
for sale. Call Paul
Better built for 31"ing. Dex-A-Dtet Tablets. Only 98c
elusive Inner Heat Tube, that five you the oomfort -I same shift. Qualified single Florida 24 at 2 p. m. SR 18 East, FOR SALEWlUhtna machine -
C also accepted' If int.er'ested Your plans or ours. Orlffls. Ph. 782-3707. [IRt. 1. at :Mitchell Drug. 10t.p 1123'
U miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. Come in and persons .Hampton. Fla. It rebuilt and tested tor .
aak for Full Lake Privileges !' apply in only. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- 189. Itch
a demonatration and aaa bow this new person long service. Price right. Call FOR RENT-3 room furnished -
Sisgler will pay for itwlf with : Homestead Exempt- Personnel Office. Sunland ford Mitchell. phone 9846893 Adjustable. Vinyl Book W p. Farr. 468-1221, Waldo. FOR RENT Furnished 1 upstairs apartment -air

the fuel. it...v... Financing I Training Center, Gainesville. P. O. Box 238. Starke. Cover All sixes 30 cents ea. Fla. Itp and 2 bedroom apartments. conditioned automatic
4tchii 10112 tfcJur .t The THeiTKnh.WANTED .
Unfurnished 2 bedroom
newly decorated. Private -
Lake Geneva PIGS & HOGS For Sale $10 Service Station ln
I uo Edwards Road. r t. 2. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE: attendant reliable someone and patio rail. Ornamental N Cherry St. tfehg' St. Call fWaldjJ 4881889 -
DENMARKFURNITURE ready for :3 t bed-
Box 227-A. Phillip Alexander occupancy. who needs the work. Must post metal strips. Oil,.c'ru'n.sstands. FOR SALE 2tp 9'23'
: Residence
I : Trailer Sales room !'& bath. Located Just I, on
i 3fhar 10'8 outside of city limits In have driver's, license. Candy Hwy. 16 North\ Turnoff two lots. Close In. :210 N. I. FOR SALE 1962 Chev.

1 BEDROOM house unfln- Plnebreeze. Easy!:> monthly Gulf Station. Keystone at Crawford Rd. Phone Cherry St. J. R Bull'ngton.' Pickup !HT. 1960 Ford Pickup -
I CO.i Oa Route IM. One Mil/ 8E Heights. Ph. 473-4793. Starke 964-6113 ,
tfchg phone 9B4-T271. tfehg' 3,4 T.
Keystone HHrhU I I hed.! : 5H acres strawberry terms. Longchamp Const Co. phone, 964-6707. 964-5184 Up

hand H mile from city limits. Contact p'Buford. Mitchell .
Open Sun. & Evenings Jeep Station 2 BEDROOM HOUSE for Adjustable Vln| I Book
$4.90000.() Phone 964-3801. pone 904-9893, P. O. Box FOR SALE. -Piano. Will sell Wagon. 2 wheel. .
434 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827 "j Ready to aD.U8. rent. unfurnished. 824 :Ipper- Tovers. All sizes. 30 cents ea.at .
Uchg 238 Starfce. tfchg for $73. Ph. 964-9673. ltp "'- .. lip son St. Ph. 964-6219. tfcbg The Telegraph.ECTION .

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_m ____ __________ FLORIDA TIIURSDAY SEPT. :n,. 1967 SECTION 8 PAGe ON1J I
-' ,.

25 Years AgoBy

; Mh ur'A N1CCAN'T' Alice McGarvey

Call/ Scramble Is A NaturalSeldom
ii; The Lex Oreen Health

Center was dedicated' Friday +r

has a project caughtthe losers in this final event. Sept. 18. 1942. $30,000 build-

popular imagination and met ing, made possible by a grant
Each who wins will be h
with than y from the Federal Government -
more ready
obligated to show his calf at the r DS was to house the Brad- u1 .
the Chamber of Commercesponsored -
for-Clay Health Untt.
Bradford County Fair I next
Calf Scramble to be held at ,
concrete-block bullditvi con-
spring. Since the registered calvesare .
the Fairgrounds here on Satur- tained two clinic rooms, five .-
s l : .
awarded for the
day, Oct, 7.According, being pur- offices two waiting .rooms a '
pose of improving the quality of conference room, utility I
to the plans, as out- cattle in the county, they will be. room, apparatus for making "rr4

lined, this event appears to have co-owned by the Chamber of Com- clinical tests, a motion picture .

everything going in its favor, merce and the boy, and the calf STARK6 projector and a small t

serving the multiple purpose of may not be sold within: two years : ; \ )\ CITY library Staff for the new facility :

promoting the upgrading of the from date of the Scramble. a was headed by Dr. Malcolm ..I

beef cattle industry in Bradford IIS J. Ford. Edward Johnson
L1M I was Gift For Ranch
However, after one year from i Boys
County ; encouraging the county'syouth named special Investigator,
in starting herds of their the Scramble, if for good reason Mrs. Carolyn Inman clinic
the boy finds it necessary to sell) nurse Miss Margaret Hoxlpy! Klorliln Sheriff!' Hi'-y- Ranch at Live Oak InrrrxMnl Its
own, or improving the herds they
his calf, he may do so, with ap- field nurse, James Hobbs horsepower| thin. week OH the result of a gift from the familyof
already have ; providing free fun _
and proval of the Committee, and provided M sanitarian and Miss Betty Cnnnty Judge/ T. A. Yawn. Inrludml lit tho !gift wore
entertainment for spectators 'a. OiS
that the animal is sold (; h Green secretary. \\Tilnnt-y," a rrb.ky'el'h mare, complete with twiddle and
young and old ; and attracting The Starke Womarts Club
within the area. If the calf i is """fOral! clays Hiipply of feed. Pictured with Whlnney (from
about 40
visitors to Starke from over the served representatives -
area, with consequent favorable sold prior to the two years, the of the federal 'state and left) are John hinutz of Boys Rarely Bradford County

original cost of the animal must .t local governments at a Sheriff P. D. Ki-ddlidi" ( and Dianne and Betsy Yawn. Sheriff
be returned to the Chamber of luncheon In the new Center. Rmldlxh. Maid that gift are always welcome, and appreciated

Chamber of Commerce sponsorsare Commerce. All co-ownership of Among speakers were Con- by the personnel of Boys Ranch.

particularly pleased by the the calf ceases if the boy has fulfilled Dr.gressmanat Henry -Hanson Large Green State .-. -....,

fact that almost all expenses of his obligation for the full Health Officer of Jacksonville yyvyvvyvyvyyvyyyyyyyyyNEWS strenuous physical condition

this event have already been voluntarily two years ana registration papers and Dr. Ford, the new ing.

underwritten by inter- will be presented to him at the director. ABOUT

ested businesses and other public- completion of his responsibilities.Each Lt. Henry M. Rlcharde Jr.
spirited citizens without The Airplane Spotting Observation son of Mr. and Mrs. H M.
solicitation -
any boy obtaining a calf must Tower at Blinding Rlcharde of Starke, has en
sponsors. agree to carry out a pasture im. Center opened on a 24 hour roled in the Navy's aeronautical -

This response is truly remark- provement and feed production basis starting Monday, Sept engineering program
7. During the period from .. ..A4 which leads to a Master: of
able in view of the fact his home farm and
that program on
approximately Monday at 12 noon until 6 p. Science degree at the U S.
$4,000 worth of pure- to keep adequate records. Time For A Clean-up m. Wednesday 73 plane Naval Post-graduate SchoolIn

bred cattle and pigs will be flights were reported bv quick Monterey Cali The
The Bradford Farm
awarded on October 7 to ''youths County "army flash" telephone callsto school offers bachelor's, mas-

participating in the Scramble. Bureau and the Cattlemen's As- FARMER'SOn DIARYAugustine the information center in tor's, and doctors decrees In

sociation have been quick to get Jacksonville.The a variety of scientific technical -
Such wholehearted
th-part of the public'response deservesthe on behind this program, recognizingit the basis of Inquiries for the weekend, an engineering fields
Park Cafe reopened and is the only naval Institution
as a means of stimulating Interest we made, .it seems that the
noticed that the Hastings
highest commendation. after extensive remodeling by of its kind In tha world.
among FFA and 4-H Club pecan crop this year will be area farmers have bedded up the owners George Kopelou-

Results of the Scramble cannot members in starting or improvinga another "spotty" one like their land and are about sos and Mike Stavrlanos.The .
help but have a stimulating effecton herd. Businessmen and individ that of last year. In the Law- ready for fall planting of Storekeeper 3rd Class
tey area, one grove is said to potatoes" and cabbage. Over Telegraph reminded ; J Ralph E. Williams U'S1'o""R.son ,
the cattle uals have shown keen interest for
have a good! crop, while an- there they gamble in a big us. in the September 11, 1042 t of Mr. and Mrs JameiA.
The contest is open to the same reason, as well as for other Is reported to have way and either end up with issue that World War II had Williams of Hampton, Is

boys who are members of local the fact that tho Calf Scramble only a small yield. In the their pockets full of money: entered its fourth year, [although ; stationed near Sublc Bay in

FFA or 4-II Clubs, and the 20 could grow into one of the biggest Clay Hill section, we're told or lose their pants. the United States had ra? the Philippines, serving At

selected to participate will be attractions in this part of Florida, that the trees have only a been in for less than a year.l J C k the U. S. Naval Communications -

carefully chosen by a secret bringing many visitors, who al- small crop of nuts, while in We didn't drive out on the in recounting some of the Station.)
the Starke and Hellbronn Sam McGarrer\ beach at St. Augustine because events of the war it WAS sta- The station provides major
screening committee. In additionto ways spend a little while
section there for
are reports of the last time we did ted that: Poland fell in 28 communications support
other qualifications, they must they are here. poor yields on the part of tlon, this looks like en erratic we got stcuk in soft and and days; Denmark In, on-s day: ships and units of the U. S.

be reliable, and willing and ableto We congratulate the Chamberof some growers, and good hurricane season, as had a time getting out of It. Norway In two months: Belgium Speclallst-5' Mitchel S. 7th Fleet, operating Uthe

feed and care for the. calf, if Commerce yields by others. we've had several storms already We asked a beach resident in 18 days; and France Starling, stationed In Hanau. Pacific,

they should win one.' on launching this scab and they kept everyone about it, and he said there In 43 days. Germany with the 3rd Divis- -
promotion which could develop Pecan Is given hs the guessing. are soft spots along tne sections With the Japanese.se at- ion, recently received the Pvt. Jeffery B. Jackson has

There will be two Calf into the most effective and result- reason for the 1 low yield this of the beach that appear tack on Pearl Harbor the Good Conduct Medal for exemplary completed basic training with

Scrambles, with ten boys and\ producing agricultural projectyet season In the Clay Kill area, Saw a crew setting out to be firm, because of same ruthless time table be- behavior, efficiency, the U. S. Army at Fort Jackson -

. five calves participating in each. sponsored here, Cattle herds 'while., <: ;save no strawberries last week.., -thq _Jloilowa.that:.... form, fill .up saiX-to-Jhe!!" } Pacific.;" Guam fell and fidelity. Friends: will be B. C.: and spent an-eight-
in Bradford ready explanation. and report first we've seen this reason. with sand ,and look to be all In five days: Wake Island! In Interested earn or his mar- day leave with his parents:
As a result of the two events, County will undoubtedly simply that it looks l.ke an It was only a small patch; right to drive on. His advice: 14' days; Malay with Its sup- ralge of July 14 to Miss Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson,

ten boys will win calves and ten be improved and upgraded, "off year for. S nuts.eLet's most of the big growers pre- when you hit a soft spot, give iposedly Impregnable naval Ursula Olaser, of Hanau, of Starke. Pvt. Jackson has

will as a result, and many young men fer to wait until later in the your car the gun and keepit base, at Singapore] fell Germany, Sp-5 Starling Lathe been assigned to the Security
.be eliminated. The ten who will be introduced to the cattle hope that we get no season, when the sun won't moving until. you're out of In 54 days, and the Philippines son of Mrs. Vivian Starling Division -of the Army'' and

do not win calves will be given a business through this cooperative strong winds In this section: fry the plants on the plastlo the pocket. In less than five of Gainesville and Steve will report to Fort Devena.

before the nuts are gathered, mulch. months. The enemy was Starling of for schooling./
chance to "scramble" for five effort. S Lawtey Mass
else the
or yield will be further ready and the United States
Jackson, another
Watched a group of men Edward H.
purebred pigs so again there (Come to the Fairgrounds and reduced! In that connec- On the way over to St. there fishing with a largo and allies were not. son of the Blake Jack-

will be five winners and five join in the fun on October 7! net. They waded out as far Mrs. Miniver, starring SpecIallst-5 Dallas L. sons, has reported to Lack

as they could go, then circled Greer Garson and Walter Crawford son of Mr. and land Military Training Cen-
Mrs. D. R. Crawford Law-
around and pulled the net out of ter in San Antonio, Texas
NEWS And scheduled at
NOTESFor Fldgeon
Downtown Traffic was try, has 'been assigned! to the
with the
Study Sought"Shall to nhore. After a lot of hard the Ritz and Florida Thea- 337th Signal near for training duty
work, laslm for several U. S. Air Force.
Today's HomemakersBy Da Nang, Vietnam. A\ microwave
all had to show
Call Street be made a would have to be approved by the hours they team chief In the! < com-
for their effort was a med Inman Green, of the U. S. Adult Education
one-way street? SRD. An effort was being made Martha Sue McCain ium-sized mullet and an ap Marines, was awarded a pany, Crawford entered the
Army In October and was
This was the intriguing ques- earlier in the week to have a County Extension ,, petite. markmanshlp medal and last stationed at Fort Bragg, Classes StartImmediately .. ....""

tion asked in a notice sent out State Road Department'official Home Economics Agent transferred from Parrls Island N. C. His wife, Barbara lives
We also watched a school S. C. to New P lver, N. on Route 1. GalnesvlUe.Gerald .
by the Chamber of Commerce to attend the meeting here Thursday of porpoises playing out Just C. where he served as an Instructor Adult Education Classes

members this week announcing a morning. EAT A GOOD BREAKFASTDid crB e. beyond the breakers, and on the rifle rAnge. will start Immediately; with
eat they put on a real show, 6gt. Morris Jackson was T. Slleox. son of 8th Grade
you a good break- You'd like different all students above
special meeting of retail mer- In the meanwhile, it is en- fast today? for breakfasts something{ \Jumping clear of the water promoted to Staff sergeantof Mr. and Mrs. William Silcox:; level paving an enrollment;

chants, bankers and service couraging to have the Chamberof Eatlnq a good breakfast How can you get variety-- and even diving through the the 12th Infantry. is now receiving six months, fee of $3
military training with the U.
starts the day well. Studies and breakers" as If they enjoyed Another Bradford County The following! wIt be offered
people at 10 o'clock Thursday maybe surprises Into
Commerce S. Army at Fort Leonard
that the
( It. And
report show that people who eat a breakfast? they were near a boy. But. Dan Hasen. was :

morning. V newly elected Chief of Police, who good breakfast before going Mix fruits berries with young man on a surf board promoted to Staff Sergeant.He NG Wood 24-671-730 Mo. His Co.address F 4th Bn.la Adult Basic Education'

will 'take office to work get more work: done sliced peaches, for Instance, who was watching them enviously was stationed at Spence Elizabeth Walker Monday
Although results of the meeting early in October, 3rd FCT 4th Platoon Fort
than those who skip breakfast Field but was bring transferred Pleas-
or bananas' with oranges and Thursday nights
were not known at the time "has agreed to evaluate the park. -or eat a poor one. -,for a change of flavor. to Burbank, Calif for Leonard Wood, Mo. ant Grove Church. Leona

this is being written, It is safe to ing problem and to enforce park- A* the morning wears on, Sprinkle Kfited cheese over All of which demands us of advanced training at the Aircraft Aviation Royal. Tuesday and Thus-
the hungry one get less ef cgsrs to be baked, or combine a story about scientists who School Machinist Mate day nights RJE Hteh: School.
bet that the question brought ing limits "by utilizing a uniformed Dewey Sexton, USN, non of
ficient. After lunch they Co
with scrambled eggs[ for a are studying theporpoise 1st Lt. Milton Brownlee Mabel Green Monday night,
forth lot of discussion both officer in the downtown section." better for a while. Then they Mrs. T. E. Justice of Rt. 1.StAI'ke Wednesday
a dtferent flavor treat. Scram- language, with the possibilitythat missed home cook'ng and rear USO building: ;-:

pro and con. And that Is good At a meeting of the Retail Mer- slow up again. ble eggs with tomatoes. To some day the porpoisesmay wrote that he "surely would weeks ,of has active completed duty training two night Pleasant Grove
What Is true for the workIng 6 be trained to work for Rood
serve : Beat together P eggs like to sit down to a Church
for at least it indicates that our chants Association last week, a population holds true for with Fleet Tactical Support
ant a clipfuj\ ( or cooked canned man. Now wouldnt it be old southern fried chicken General Education Grades
business people are doing some resolution was passed asking the homemakers, weight watchers tomatoep. Sens in and something if they could be dinner" Squadron 861 at Yuma, Ariz. 181Elsle Crosby Tuesdayand

teenage girls, and every- cook In a l little fat over low saddled and ridden through Using the A-4B Sky-hawk Jet Thursday nights North-
thinking as to what might be Police Department to do just that, bomber, his lIC1ua.d'l'onlnder. -
one else. Children are more the -
heat, stlrrLna'constantlyn until waves Book side Baptist Church. WYV :"
done to improve the shopping atmosphere for'there' is reason to believe .that likely to'do well in studies as firm as'you like It. Cover Adjustable AJI Rise Vinyl 30 cents en.Tto went training designed to ne Robinson Tunsdiy end
-' maintain maximum combat
of downtown Starke. if the two-hour parking limit and games too If they eat a Broil or fry tomatoesred Modern Math ] .> Telex-anh.. l. readiness of the unit. Thursday nights. Anderson
? good breakfast. or green -I I and serve with Junior Hltjh. rawtey
i 1ft C)y.one-way street, with, diagonal were vigorously enforced it wouldgo What is a good breakfast? bacon. Chop: cold potatoesand For Parents TilE RIGHT POINT for the Adult Education tall

parking, would not be undertaken, a long way toward relievingthe Here's the test of a good heat ina;: little fat. Then Starts Monday the war you write. Come In grades 1 Della Raaenberw
scarcity of breakfast: It gives you pro- scramble them with ei:gs. and select your favorite ES- Pro Earl L. McOlnnls, sort Monday and Wednesday:
of course, without a thorough parking places tein, vitamins, and minerals Make old favoriteFrench TERBROOK topnfatn pen. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MeOlnnls nights/ USO. typlnt and,:'
for Parents
study by competent traffic along Call Street.A materials needed to build toast. Dip bread In a mixtureof Modern Math TELEORAPII.roylrtcetowrt.. Jr. of Route 1. Brooker shorthand. Gladys Wasdln.\
will be offered by the Adult
and repair the body and) to eggs and milk, or egg! and received the Army Parachutist Monday nights General!
authorities. It would have to be recent survey by The Tele- help keep you healthy. It tomato Juice. Brown carefully Education Department with -... Badge on August 13 Science and! General Education

determined if the street'is wide graph revealed that there were provides fuel for body energy.It In a little fat. Serve with classes starting Monday, upon completion of the Infantry rear USO bul1 tna'.
Sept. 25, at 7 m.
p. .
tastes "good.A honey or jam. I School's three-weelc Nancy vonHoll 81', Monday
enough for diagonal parking and 21 violations of the parking limit '
Parents or other Interested Mw.hnnrnn.r.nnwo. air-borne course at Fort Ben- Modern Math foe
doughnutsa.ndcoffee w.nO"1.'Mi nights
still maintain two lanes of traffic law in two-hour Saute chicken livers and persons should call Mrs Ber- [- .. Nl.* *M nlng Oa.
one period on breakfast fails the test. It serve on toast. Use crt-p: bacon ::... QUWIITIMMI uuaBetter parents, Conference Room.
which would be needed, even witha August 28. Furthermore, actual leaves far too much for other as a garnish. : write nice Bateman to the Adult, 964-6800 education' or ....) ::: 4KM AM) OutlM His training which Included (To be arranged I Wednesday

meals to make up. A fruit five Jumps from a C-130 ntlht.s.3.fa.th; and General
street. Perhaps diagonal photographs showed that If that always dletSn"teenall'e Information. j
one-way six or Julce-an-coffee fceakfast Program for airplane flying. 170 mlie.s an Education rear USO. Jullan-:

parking on one side, and parallel more cars in a two block area goes only part way. Between with the damsel argument comes,she up '""eneral Education and Homes Furniture Co. hour at an altitude of 1.250 ne Temples. Thursday: nl hts.
other supper and breakfast there'sat can- Science will be taught; at the 1200 8. Edgewood Ave. feet qualified him as a para- English, spelling vocabulary
parking on the night be remained parked in the same not eat breakfast because Jackiwmvllle, Florida 32205
least a 10-hour stretch. USO on Monday nights from chutist. Ho also underwent etc.. rear USO building.:
an answer. Only a< competent places all day, from 9 a.m. until Per" most people, and particularly she's mother too to fat it Is time for 7 to 9:30: p. m. Adults in all ..
come up with a
traffic study could determine the I 5 p.m. There has been no visible! for children It Is few facts about dieting. Tell grades will be enrolled and
sound planning to have one- will progress at their level.
feasibility. enforcement of the two hour her skipping breakfast Is nota
fourth to one-third of the sound Interested persons may regIs- The Bradford County Telegraph
parking limit in months days food at breakfast and to answer. In fact It ter any time with the Adult
A further complication is that many has been proven there Is 1 lose Education Coordinator In the ESTABLISHED 1879 .''
and flagrant violations Include a !good aourse cf protein temptation to ojJI
Street are the over-eat at the
Call is still somewhat
of the USO bulldtng.
auch as meat or rear
eggs \
rule. other two meals or to resortto I Editor and Publisher
under the control of the State milk. between-meal snacks High School dropouts and
Here are some patterns, all adults Interested In enrolling C 0 {;i Florida's Oldest Weekly ttemjmper' Published. Oontlnoiuly
Road Department, being a state Whatever the traffic study when earth day starts with, a .
the way from light to hearty. good breakfast. In either day classes or night If/1 Under TIle Same HtMt Hxad.nomday .

hlg way'No.( 230)) even thoughit shows about one-way traffic or Fruit" cereal or bread, milk A basic breakfast of fruit, classes may contact Mrs.

is no longer SR 200 since the angle parking, the fact remains to drink. Other beverage If cereal. milk, bread, and Bateman.
Pabnehed ... .
desired. web entered M Second CUm Mattes art the Pal. Off!.*
of U. S. 301 several that least spread; Is a wise
at morning .
a partial remedy
re-routing Fruit" cereal or bread or choice. And as the .t Starke, Florida under Act of March Snl.. 1879. .. .

years ago. Having a state road the problem can be made by the :both, egg, beverage. above Indicate, it suggestions provides -- TIlE RIGHT write.POINT Come for the In B.baslptloe. .ta trade area 1 year. "' ,00; a months, $3.24 '

designation would probably'mean simple enforcement of the two- ,Fruit cereal, or bread, or for attractive variations way'lu and select your favorite ES- OirlnMe trade area 1 year ".50; 0 months, C9.BO

than any changes: In traffic flow hour parking limit, 1 1 bacon both ,eggs sausage with, meat or fish., such Bev as In the morning meal. TFRBROOK fountain pen.


: -- PAOE TW

BR.4nP'ORn n>TT'NT't''
I nr.1pnR"PTI. "IUr.. I"InRJD.-" .
t ,.,.,. In Jacksonville. receiving the / -- TIIUII OV.. ""PT. !1, 1987
I f r ontmulng to pursue r atlsfac-
B.' D degree !in theology! / lie' torlly a full-tune course of CALVARY BAPTIST;

Is presently working Ji the'I I Instruction at a college. university Sunday ,
doctrinal School 10 a. m
program of the!
or similar
Institution I Morning Worship. 11
seminary. of learning. a. in
:E.OV E. C. Harvey pastor Training- Union 8:30: p. m
y y M11D Question: How docs the
of the Evening Service. 7:30.
church extends a cor Selective : Prayer
dial tnvltuton to the public: tine the phrase Service "System do Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. :
offing all services. atl3factorfly m.-Rev. B. H. Butler
pursuing a full-time
,; pastor.
course of Instruction" whenthe

Hope Baptist determentt of undergraduate DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooherl

Starts Revival college students is being Sunday Services: "
Sunday w
considered? "
I, \ ,
SchooL 9:45 to'qI
a. m. Morning
i e Monday, Sept. 25 Auswe: To be considered Worship 11 a. ".t ,- _
m. Training : oj> --= --= ::11
as "satisfactorily pursuing a lilt I
Union 0:30 I
: : -
p. m.
: Revival services\ will start full-time' course of instruc- Servioo. 7:30.: Wednesday BOATDBAIN BAPTIST R-lIFOItn BAPTIST
Monday night t. Sent 26. at tion an undergraduatewho Prayer CHURCH NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM\
Meeting 7:30 BAPTIST
!is : p m CHURCH t CHURCH
Hope Bqptlst taking a four-year
Ther- Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. CHURCH CHURCH
I essa. and continue for one course should earn 23 percent Sunday School 10:00: a. m., Schedule I
Schedule of
of services: Sun Sunday School 10 ..
of serVices: Sunday! II ,, .m
I week, trough October 1. the credits required AIRPARK BAPTIST Morning Worship, 11:00: a. day School Sunday School 10 a. m'
School. 0-45
10 : a. MornIng
m. Worship 11
I eerrlew> wffl start, each for his baccalaureate degree Sunday School 10 a, m m.. Training Union 7:00: p. am. and a.m. Worship 11 Worship, 10-43 Morning Worship 11 a. m..' Morning a. m.;
7:30 : Evening
n'rht! at T:3: (), with snecialsln"n 1 at the end of his first aca Morning Worship. 11 a. m m., Evening Worship 8:00: Union : pm. Training Training a. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. Xeland A. Warship 8 p. m.i
Kcvival Services An air-conditioned demic year 50 per cent at Training Union 7 P. m.' Evening m.. P'I Stolt, 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack! Evening Union 6:43: p. m, Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday8pm. !

I nur\erv will be provld for the ends!' of his second academic ServIce 8 p. m.-Rev. Prayer meeting, Wed., 7:30: pastor. week Prayer Service Service 7:43.:: Mid Thursday Visitation 10 Sing each) Friday at a

Statt Soon At thi. children nt each tervlre year and 75 pT cent Leroy Olive, Pastor. p. m.Rev.. Virgil Lovett, CHURCH nesday, 7:45: Wed- a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
Lawtey Baptist 1 Evangelist Blllv Kelly of at the end of his third academic Pastor. OF GOD p. m tor.

JVlhnm S. C. will conduct year. In the case of a PINE LEVEL BAPTIST 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark. SMYRNA NEW; RIVER BAPTIST
I I the. IIeM'I"elTh baccalaureate degree tot BAYLESS HIGHWAY Sunday School 10 a. m. MISSIONARY LONG BRIDGE BAMtST"
Ret J O .
ot Collins Road McLeod pastor i fwle! PacWi'im' pastor says: "Bro Rev which 5 years of study aro Sunday School in a. m BAPTIST CHURCH Worship Services!, 11 am.. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday, School, 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTISTSunday .

Church in Jacksonville Baptist will tiny' tint i beirt tn our church prescribed by the Institution, Mornln&Vorshl' 11 a. It'? Sunday School 10 a, m.$; and 7>30 p. m. YPE. Wednesday 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning 'Worship 11 a. m! School 10 m.

conduct revival services at'l 'before; ,in revival SPI'ViN'I! a student should earn 20 percent Pre-Servlr [Booster sane Morning .Worship Service 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet- services: Sunday School. 10 Training Union, 7 p. >m. Evening Morning Worship \It i,. m.

the Lawtey First BI\'>tlst and the bul1di"g WAS flue,1 each year of the total Young People, and Pray. a. m.i: Training 'Union. 6' Ing. Friday. 7:::s0 p. m.-Rev. a. m. Preaching a. m. Worship. 8 p. m. Training Union 6:30: p. ,'.m*

Church stalling' Monday I 'or every service. Please! rtnn credits required for the de- Service], e p. ru. Evening p. m.; Evening. Wortnlp. ::11)) L. S. Williams, pastor Training UnIon 6:1S: p m. Wednesday night service Evening: I WoI'slltp,73;

Sf'pt..25. at 8 p. m Services to com> early srt vou will be sret.. Worship 7 y. m. Midweek p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. 7:30 p. m. Everyone welcome1L. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday

will eontinue nightly through assured', of' a seat"he Question:: What is meant Service. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting Wed., : KINGSLEY LAKEBArJ'18T Everyone welcome .- Elder L. Parker pastor. 730.: Vernon N. Williamsoi l)'

Sept nber 30. T'' citron/ Is locate d. by terming eligibility for m.-aev. D I. p p. m.; O. A. Meeting. Wed,, Clltmca T. C. Williams pastor pastor. .

Ber McLeod la a native of nbnnt ejiht\' mfM '!OUtllPfI.'t a "students' academic. Yl"lU'" Ramsey pas 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal Sunday CHURCH OF CUBIST
tor.BETnEL School
9:45: FIRST
Haz'ijliurst: Oa. and has been of Stirke! on Hltfhwav I0l Answer In determlr-lg elllRbility Wed., 7:30: p. m.: Erother- Morning a. m. PRESBYTERIAN IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
Worship 11 Sunday: Bible 10a. !
,nto' of The rwstibr pxtemn,: a wnrm. for classification 1 In hood meeting, last Monday\ a. m Sunday School
In Baxley Training Sunday 9:43: a. m..
Union R School m Morning
BAPTIST f ::15 9.43: Worship and
'Ir'mp to the Class H-s (college student] a CIIURCP I in each month. p. a. n.
puMie to
Re'David Morning
Wayne ot ,
= county Georgia'. Evening Morning Communion Worship, 11 a m.
Worship 7:30 Worship 11 Service 11
feral all student's academic shall Medelros. : p. m. a. a. m
M. conducted numerous services during/ the year Sunday School, 10 pastor. Training Union. A-30: P. m.
week include the 12-month a. m Midweek: Prayer Service! Youth fellowship 8 m'l Evening services 630.:
"e in many areas of period I Morning Worship, 11 nOPE nxnn..aremernrn p. Training Union 7:0ff pi:
I a m.vnnlnv' Wednesday, 7:30: Choir Wednesday serVIce : m.
following Practice Worship
the m. Rev. -
beginning of
;: !Florida, Alabama! J F!: WorshiD. '. ,.:an .. Wednesday, Evening
n w
l1t1rb7- :; Troy Johnson ''fl Service, 800. Mid
his '--' -- [ : ) ,
course or 10O mt Th Supply 7
1 .I'.W" ) SLUy. Prayer Mee l re Mj pastor pm. p m. Minister Jack P.
Qg. 7:30: p. m Come Jet I Prayer Service 7:30
us 1 :
Sunday School / worship -1
10 together. mU
a. m.
: .ed Bvewtan Pir- SF.f.FOTIVE: ..iyvv.r.inyy.Baviess -'po' Wednesday. Ref. W. I Morning Hev. Robert D. Burch I p. ni. Wednesday
-it a.
,. Newmans
/ pajtor.
and graduate: 1 .
I ie' Rico SeminaryinsiMo&rigfiUurbuIjnt SERVICE Tialnlng Union-7:00: p. m. .------ -- .... -
Hiwav Evening Worship 7:43:
Questions ASSEMBLY OF GOD, p. m.

.." ,' .' -rsSJrJ! ;"/ 1 Answers tie. OF STARKE Wednesday Night Prayer! An investment '
By O.
j If ., : .t;. E. Crosby West Weldon St. and Rat Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. In Your futureTHE 'WH1itCIL

a Jyt A A uuaa.ura. ford Road. Merle Packham. pastor

; Question: What require Sorry we haven't been able Sunday Services: 10:00:: am,

ments must I meet to quality to get the column in for the' Sunday' School; 11:00: am NORTIISIDE BAPTIST cu'1c' M
two Worship
weeks but have been ; 8:30: pm.. Located on ts&ymTina! !
undergraduate colege student so busy gttlng back: into the, C. A. Services; 7:30: pm. way (tSR 223at] Ralford Root kadmi..ltrira ref ,
? swing of school etc. Evangelistic Services. [SR 16]. ServiceS': Hunclnj'

Answer: You must: file a We have several people on Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mld-: School 10 a. m. Sunday
., written request with your' local our sick Week Prayer
list. this week: b it s. Meeting. Marnlag Worship 11 a. m
h board for deferment as A. B. Whithead Sr.. Mrs.\ J. Pastor: Rev George Oreen Training Union. 6.30 P.. t
an undergraduate college X.. Johns little Jay Underbill: Jr. : p. m c: ss. r.R 'aweotruirs' hYti Evening ;i: : .n.SS
Service 7:30.;: Mid > .i. vtii; ,, ., s+s li: '
student Additionally j-ou and Shirley Reddish have all Week Prayer Service. Wedn.. ': .aa6ssRd avw<:i> a:+t: must provide your local! been medical MOROAX ROAD CIIAPCl, *
patients In day .
board Sunday 1:30.Rev.: Olenn l&..
each year wltfh convincing Bradford County Hospit School 9:45: am. J ton
evidence that you are We wish all of them A speedy Morning Worship 11. Train{ : c POINT 1
recovery.We ing: Union 6:15.: Evening FIRST METHODIST HIGHEST
Worship, 7:30.: : '
extend WedneBday
our deepest; CHURCH STARKE
Prayer V
sympathy to Mrs. O. I. Sap Meeting7:30.:: Sunday I
Church School,
in the loss of her brother L. Cooper; pa&t'or 9:45: a. m.;; Morning Worship. A steeple was first built on the town church so thai n

Troy Bennett, last week. LAURA BAPTIST 11 a. m.; Snack supper for r'F' anyone anywhere in the village could look out and locate the
Mrs. Bertie Williams of Sunday School. MYF, 6:30: p. m.; MY1" meet- house of worship. The steeple on the church was the
Jacksonville Is spending Bf&w 9-43: a. m. lags, 7 1 &:
days with her Morning! Worship service. 111 I p. m, Evening Worship } '1 highest point in town. This was a physical fact, and
brother-in- -
>>, 8 p. m. :.;
a. m.; I the people of the Lord knew
Evening it
was a fact
law and sister Mr. :..nlrs: Worship Ser Monday Prayer I spiritual also.
C. C. Crosby. Prayer Vice 7:30: p. m.. Wednesday 10 a. m. Although a church'.steeple is no longer the

Mr and Mrs Loyd Padgettare Everyone Service Welcome.7:30: p. m. Wcdnesay.Bible:! etudy xs highest physical point In the city because) : of all < '

enjoying a weed's! vacation ther A. McGee Rev. Lu and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p >y't. the many-storied buildings and towers, the church "':.;
touring South Florida::, pastor m. itself is still filled with
Ask Mr who
this week. and Mrs. c. C. Crosby fbr people have reached
Sunday. Thursday Chancel ChoirRe'heol.rsal. ; the highest point of
Godly maturity and who ors :
Mr. ;
Mrs. Otis Crawfordof 7-30 .
p. m.
filled with the
Charley' Gainesville wereisitlng oSf' highest degree of Christian

& Mr and Mrs. C. C. Crosby FIRST BAPTIST CIiUItCIIST.UUJo ;; t t -- .!love for God 'and man.
t +
E. Thursday. Colored Citizens 1

world of Mrq Beverly Spence of Sunday Sept. 24 Sunday
today youth. JohnsAbout ><- N Jacksonville was visitIng' her News School, 9-45: a.m. Da. Paul .

parents Mr. and Mrs. O E. Mess, Drector of Evagelsm, .i I J1T xtyI

S fti!strw I3DU BillY GIWIAM Crosby, Saturday. Florida Baptist Convetlon, will j
I : ''iifstRId
thin Mr. and
question Mrs. Sal Mongoviaof DEATH begin revival services at 11 1 y ti>:;} .
High Jacksonville were visiting NOTICE a.m. Training: Union, 6:13: r: 1E 4TNf'i y.:} 't..,.r+
SchoolAuditorium "Because I am over age Mr. 'and Mrs. C. C. Crosby, Buster Clark died it! 3 a. Evening Revival Service, 7.30:

65, myCharley auto insurance Wednesday. m, Monday at his homo.Fun Revival service continue .
eral l :"
company will allow me Mrs Lois Newman Is much 2 services will be .held a t ,dally through October 1, at 14 c i,

only the minimum improved at this writing. p. m. Sunday at Mt. Calvary ]- 10 a.m. and 7: 30 p.m
auto .
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Baptist Church with Other services ,
SEPT. Lyons as follows:
28-30 liability coverage. Docs Rev. F. W. Thomas
and dauQ'hterUss lies of.'lclat- Monday Intermediate GA, '1''
the Charley E. Johns erly Lyons of Jacltonvllle.were ing and 9-10 year CA 3:30:: p.m..

Thurs. 6:008:30Fri. : : Agency have an Excess weekend guests of Mr. RECREATION NEWS RA meeting, 6:30.: J' :t 3:,,1 wxM Idf ipnodfni DM tM.Wes,1 Kb Im Liability insurance policy and Mrs Perry LYons. All high school bovs, age Tuesday Primary Choir -Y } {>};:a" M mot M4.!Ut femnrf lorM e.e N erye.l. .,, .;

6:00,8:30.: : ( that would I Mr. and) Mrs, C. C. Crosby 13-18, who would like to try and Junior Choir, 3::15. Sunbeams ,, fj, r I+ ry ya 'A, IM Itn tr Imfaf Ml MlglibMIMi r 1tMe 'A
cover me and Mrs. Bertie Williams out for the Reno Recroatlo 3:30: I 1 ,; inuwtlut to HM (on ol M, MMm Nrea I IIt II

Sat: :330-6:00-8:30; : where ray. auto policy were; visiting Mr. and Mrs". basketball team, are asked Wednesday Covered 4 Dish I e' ry II ? n ester tc woy leaves off to meet at 9 ftnmn++ mt' tlM frwfcm vWt IwW
? the M
RJE Mtftt
tickets Otis: Crawford in Gainesville.Friday. gyn saturday "Prospect(? Supper" 6:30. i <
$1.00 morning Sept. 23, at 9 s > hnttotlr rwhk.
Thursday Showing of the 't +' E:
Phone 961-6562 E. Johns Mrs. Frank Norman is on a shoes, m. Please bring tennis fi'film "The Restless Onus," at '.C 11 MM h'.usapIMA.4e.e.deidiet Cwnk hr MM Mlu
Agency the sick list this wee':. We Johnny and gym shorts. 6 I p.m., and again at S--iO:: at '"k 4' 4 re. .,d tIe r. Si ne heen.r, kr.I. .
wish her Jackson recieatlo the BHS auditorium. :
For Reservations a rapid rewvery.: -O'e.ttteddrpMNred' ,
I 131: S. Walnut St. Mr. and Mrs. Friday 'The t
Lee rlake of NOTICE! Showing of vary, 0 Own k eM II i.lka.meter.f :
PHONE 964-5070 Lake: Geneva were visiting Restless Ones" at 6 p.m.. and 4nax
wm i Ifii m4
DelI + IiN.tnet.wt
r. Chapter 168 will mee 8.30: p.m. in the BHS auditor. 'fP t\ ;4

... tonight [ThuisdayJ ate Di h Jm. Junior.___ Hot nnD'_ Rlln""." ., .... ,
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ti i i m. in the Masonic Hull at the .n. 6:30. --rr- : ,>'. ::; ::: :
r on church : .I. : :
I Brownlee St. All members Saturday -- "The Restless 1 ", .""", =- {}3:: l.LJ I .
h are asked to please be Ones' $: :30 6 ... ,t.iJt,1. ; )t(" '''' '''''-*;:<<,* ':
11 I pre : and 8:30: p.m .... :c..O. 'If.: ::' i I
,Yti. REVIV AL sent and on time.Tli No revival services this date ':: '!!.. '. w. ,' >,;..,;.l'':#::.:

ti.M I make W. M. plans would to Wee attend offlcers :-W. A. Hogan pastor nuitl'. ,i.......... ''. ,

M.. the Workshop scheduled
for; EL AME Church. Rev. L. A This Feature
Saturday sept. 23, !1n OrLando Published in the Interest

1 = HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I GIRL. SCOUTS School Sampson 10 a.pastor,m., Rev. Sunday A. R. Civic-Minded of a Better Community' by the Follota1g \ :

w Girl Scout Troop 626 is invited .. Richardson will be present to I ".Ii -. _:.: Business Firms
hold his fourth last
.. to attend and
AME Church Plsgah 'Quarterly Conference. Boardsare FAULKNER _
|EJ?>T. the Youth Day to take part In asked to have written re- SINCLAIR Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES'
... .- OCT. 1 7:30: NIGHTLYGood ''P. m. Saturday program Sept. 29, at.a in,.,; rports... All leaders are asked I
to contact the members to
South Starke.OBITUARY U-HA UL Mfct.
\ ... remind them.,of their obligations. RENTALS Inc.

Mrs. Madre ., .Morning Ser\Ice at Track Trailer G recedes ..-t ri '
: : Williams: wife 11 Evening Service,. 6 -!Mea t -Feeds ,IF f A of the late pO' m.
... Henry Williams Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil CO IptetePatnt SUPPII_
.. died Monday Sept. 31, In.th8'! and Sporting Good.
... State Hospital at Chatta- 1VOTICB TO KFEfl Minor Tune-ups Ph. 961-S.3 1 2 Starke '
m Fla. -criDK':
hoochee. FlEa'T"JI9
She was a longtime FORD COUNTY FLORIDA-' 709 S. Walnut .
ij 96 !-5899
citizen of Starke and Brad- IN CHANCE Washington St. tfJ4.a'7.
Nursery ford AARON 8UMNKR *
and operated a ROSIB! SUMNEHPlaintiff> : >
;. Singing 4W4 I' business here.Funeral DOYLE CONNER j J" w Lawson

', > Open services will be Adoption ors RICHARD : Meat Market
.. .: JOHN: Insurance
(' I'i t held at 2 p. m. Saturday at DIAMO.NDDefendant Agency AND COLD STORAGE
Greater. Allen Chapel] AME OF STAIIKE INC.

.=.. 0 Church, with Rev. L. A. NOTICE Tai' ,HIchArd TO APPEAR'., Diamond* S-A-V-E We Sperlollre, !In' Cnttmu l StaaMM>.:'
Sampson officiating. Addr Unknown:; With Your Mutual) Agent U.S. 301 NORTH Inc. Cutting Wrmpplac'
CHURCH NEWS Ton or. hereby courted. that Prepared r*:Deep Free;

I J ::::. Bible Mount Sinai Association.Is .John.. cute, Diamond for. Adoption ha. .of been Richard filed 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 964.7600 Starke FJ '.. rnoxii' 9ei.ao6oStarke

Everyone !in progess at Antloci Missionary cause In tile and above named. Court-; and ___ _ _
you required' to
;Preaching; & t Baptist Church. ,Sept. serve .a copy ,Of. your anawer I "66" Service Bradford
WelcomeBILLY 20-24; Rev. L. W. Thomas or pleadlnir to the eomplalnt. County dCWITT C. JONES
1 : pastor: Rev. oa the Plnlntlff'ij Attorney BILL .
moderator da and til'* the orlorlnal, In the

I t I I Saturday night the choirs off cull,. re.Court of the on Clerk or: ,of before, the., Clef the Brake Service-Wheel Balance Starke Ph. 964.8200
be on parade aid tlw 1th day of September teat: and Alignment Keystone
choirs otherwte. HefjrnLiPh. _
.. of the city are,:nvlted the .all.asUoc..o!

KELLY I to .take part In this activity, a solo* oonfewed Complaint by yOU will; ba taken 612 N. Temple Ph. 961-7231 4733178Hurst
-- Evangelist -:Mrs. Gertrude Carter re- This notice hatl be publlahd :New & Used > ,
porter. onoe each week for tour
MT onnenrutlv' / week la the Charley E. Johns FOR"SALE} OR RENT
RALPH BRYAN MERLE PACKHAM Church Rev. H, P. Hudson Agency Shell ServliaCARL
pastor Dated thle lit day of Au-r-
Song Leader Church School; 10 x. net 19 7.:
Pastor m. Morning Service at 11. CHARLES A. -DARBT. Walnut ._ _ph. 964-S070 ELECTRIC

-- ... _.h_.._. -. "_" .. I Visitors Afternoon service 4 p. m. By Clerk_Beulah of tnu M. Moody Court.] GKNTOCIAL' ureCRAJTCBMat ADDING MACHINES '1 HURST'1St
always welcome, Deputy Clerk.
GREATER fa11ALI': xtleeay > NbeMttfy ITntfe....... Hwy.8J1CTlON 301..a .
1117 U till .. .a.rtey E. loluaol A.P .+aony Phone 96.1- 303' lUf/Nl3: !..

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A & & && lots, and ash: that all homeowners I High\ School field. atone last week. run 8 tlR4 Ft. for a Pun Ru n Clerk duanlbod! In MUuli tiortlflcnte or PrtRDDIU: L.EH MOODY Defendant. of the Circuit Court on or before -
take time to look at PTA MEETING I[ Mrs. Elwood Heaters and W 199 Kt S 167 Ft. H'] 199 P t 9/14 HID/I 6 I certlflcateB will be Hold to the the Snd day of October
N 188 Ft. To HOB SEC: 64Te8 highest bidder at the court NOTICE TO APPEAR 1911. otherwise the allegations.
BROOKERBy their property and do what Please keep In mind our her motber-ln-law of Gain R-82-B (1 Acre) In The Couafy "'.01...'. Cour I house door on the first Mon. To: Freddie Lee Moody of Bald Complaint will be taken -
they can to Improve the looksof first PTA meeting rf the esville. Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Name In which annemed AI In Ami For Bradford County,I day In month of October, 1907 Addr.... Unknown aa confoaaed by you.

Joyce Stoke our community. Already school year. Thursday, Sept. Tetstone and family of Jacksonville ma All Urlfflu.of ..ald property belns Florida In rn: Estate of C. B Dar. which 19 la the 2nd day of October You are hereby notified thata Thl. notice Bhall b. publlatt, '

some property owners have 28. at the school Building. and Rev. Henry Lee In the County of Bradford,, hour, DwCHaned.NOTICE .. Dated; l6Tihla 28th day uf Aus filed Biilt asalnst; for Divorce you In the use above bun conaeoutlve ed one. each week week la the for Bradford four.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAICLEAN done this within the past few This will be an Important Willis and friend. Mr. Davis State Unless of Florida..uch certificate 01 creditors TO CRKniTOnaAll of the state ol. UBt 1987.Charles. named Court and cause aa County Telva-raph..
UP. days ana It; sure looks nice. meeting due to planning? of of Jacksonville were visiting certificates shall be redeemedacoordlnif C. H. Uurbour, deceased arehereby I (SI.AL: : ) A. Darny you are required to .orv. Dated. this 5th day of September
PAINT UP copy of anawer or pleading
The BANTAM FOOTBALLThe the Halloween Carnival for :Mr. and Mrs. George Tet to law the propertydescribed notified and required Ito l I bderk of Circuit Courtj to the complaint on ItPI..lnlff' 1967.
City Council of the In aucli certificate 01 file any ulalnia or demand I (SEAL)
town of Brooker Brooker Reel ration October so be sure to be pre- stone Sunday. certificate will be sold. to thehlahe which they may have ao-alni. Bradford Jimilah. Count M. FloridaBy D. C Attorney Hon. George CHALKS A DARBY
has d'-cUwd Moody H. Pierce IOa-a05 N.
he court acid eatate In the office of the fm- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Board sent. bidder
is sponsoring a Ban- Mrs. Emma Mott l-i a t at
patient 9/1 4t 9/2S
from: now until ple Avenue and file the original 97 It 9/IS
1 Mon Judge of Bradford' 1
as house door on the first county <
Clean-up. Paint-Up and tam Football team this year. Mrs C. Ik Atkinson spenta in the Bradford County day In month of October 1KS7. County Florida. In the courthouse In the office of the Clerk
Fix-Up Boys ages 10-42 should see few days last week visiting Hospital. which la the Snd day of October at Starke, Florida' within Notice. Off Ai.i>-Bjflon For" Tax
Weeks. They are asking A. B. her sister. 1987.IJatoil .Ix calendar months from Deed ,
Coach Adams each Mrs. Rosa Smith Mrs. H. C. Douglas is In
that all the date of the flret Mee 1KL10. F. II
property owners this 18th day of August publication GET CASH '
please clean afternoon at the Brooker: Jr. In Auburndale.Sgt. the Alachua general Hospital 1907. of thin notice. Each claim Notice I I. Hereby Given that.
up all vacant and, Mrs. Charles Rob- and will hav.. major surgery. (SEAL) or demand moat be In writing Mr T. J. Alderman the holderof I .
Charles A. Darby and must itato the place or the following certlflcatea
insonand children, :of Columbus Mrs. Mattle Barry U still Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford residence and pout office address has filed coil. certlfloatea IMMEDIATELY
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Ga. were overnight very ill and In the hospital County, Florida of the claimant and. must a tax deed to be Issued thereon. I .
guests of Mrs. Alberta Stokes near her daughter Carnlta.In By lieulah M. Moody O. C. be worn to by the claimant The certificate. numbers
8/7 4t 9/38 his agent or his attorney or and yean, of Issuance the deaerlption ,
last Wednesday. Sgt. Robin Haines City. It will become void according of the property and -
STARKE PHONE 964-6200 son Is the grandson: of Mrs. Mrs. Edna Hayes of Gainesville !. The C'lrrolt Court Of Bradford to law. the union In which It wan aaacnaid elam
!MAUDE HARUOITK COLE) are a. follow:
Cuuntjr. Klorliln :
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Stokes and will leave for and Mr. and l 14rs. E. Cane Nu. let Admlnlxtratrlx of the estate of Certificate No. 168 Saar ofleBuance $25 TO $600 '
PHONE 473-3176 Vietnam In about two weeks. N. Gore of Jacksonville, WbrevlsitinlJ' "Sandra'. Lee clnrtwln Plaintiff C. I U. Harbour, deceased. 196R.IxBcrlptlon .
William Franklin Godwin (SEAL) of Property. COM
While he is his vs.
away family Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Rental Services Onfondant.. Sworn: to before me this 29th on W Side of RY R/W on SEC
will be at home In Newberry. Harrell last weekend.It NOTICE OP SUIT lay of July. 19 7.lOula Line Run N on R/W 70
I near her relatives. seems that our BITS TO: William Franklin 00<1- J F. Purnell YSD. W .15 YDS!! !S! 70 YDS TO DO YOU HAVE. .
HOSPITAL I SEe LINE'] then 10 to BEG: %
BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS wl-, 5877D40 Notary Public for S. C.
I Alberta Stokes Is Tornadoes have quite a following Special SerIcee, Main Gym- "Klrnt publication on Sept 14. A In SB of SW14 SEC: 3i-
spending the week In Jacksonville here In Brooker. naHluni l 1961. T-7-S. R-22-B -Too many payments to make
CRUTCHES with her dOn and Among those attending the Building N-94. United State. 914 4t 10/5 Name In which aaBeaned. A.
Naval Station H. KelaeyAll -Too many bills to pay?
family Mr. and Mrs. Dewey game in Macclenny tact Friday of acid property. :! being
Norfolk Virginia In the County of Bradford,
Stokes. night were: Mr. and :Mrs. You are hereby notified that Notice Of Application Foe" Tax State of Florida.
E-2 Michael L. Castlen of Bobby Jones and family Mr. an action for divorce and other u.iedSee. Unless such certificate or DO YOU NEED
relief has been filed all'.ln..tyou ItH.IIF.. ".
the USN. San Diego Calif. and Mrs. Roy Carroll and certificate. shall be redeemed
and you are hereby required Notice le hereby given according to law the properly
This pleasure trip will do Is spending a two-week leave family Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy to nerve a copy of your Mr. T. J. Alderman the holder described In such certificate or
you with his parents, Mr. and Green and family, Mrs. Bren- written defenses to It, If any' of the following" certificate certificate will be said to thehlaheat
on Theron A. Yawn Jr. Plaintiffs hae filed Bald certlflcntee for
Mrs. Leroy stokes. da Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ted whose addreimIB I bidder at the courthouse
i attorney\ a tax deed to be issued thereon. door the firm Monday
SP5 Laverne Dyal and wife Big-ham Mr. and Mrs. Art P. p. Drawer 840 Ktarka The certificate number In month of on O<'tbbo... 1B07 LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
0TALI O"1A" of COlumbus. Oa. spent last. Qutcksall and family Sammy /Florida, with aiiOBl.-the and Clerk file. the of the nrIvlnal and years of of the lnaiance')property, the, and d
week here with Mr. and Mrs. Halmark, Dale Stokes. Ken- above styled Court on or before the names In which It was ae- Dated thle 28th day of Aua> MONEY PROBLEMS
I* L. Dyal. ny SCott Patty Bigham. Ha-: October 18, 1967 otherwise eeiiBed are aa followCertificate .: UB. 1987.
a Judgement may be entered No. 96 Tear of
.1Gt Mr. and Mrs. O-eorge Te- mona Harrell. Mr. and Mrs. I against you for the re- Issuance 1966.Desrriptktn> (SEAL)
We To !
Are Trained
Charles A. Darby Help
!? \\ \ stone are now great-grand Cecil Melvin and, family and relief demanded In the com of Property Lot Clerk o>f Circuit Court otDr.dto..d
'I parents. Their granddaughter :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas plaint. 1 of UL.K 16 In N RB.\0 S/D. County Florida I
WITNESS hand .nd the IdsMay
my Name In which aBBtmMed By Beulah 11.\ Moody D C.
Mrs. Sonny Blva of and family. Sure were proudof
seal of said Court at Starke, TyBon. 9/7 4t 9/28 Town Finance Co.
RESORT Starke, [the former Grace our team too Boy, what a Bradford County,, Florida. thisSeptember All of said property being. In
7th 1961. the County of Bradford. State. -
Allen gave birth to a daughter garnet I I (SEAL) of Florida. NOTICE :TO;: ;OKFB'vn: I .
on Sept. IS. at Bradford Seaman 1st Class Jerome CHARLES A. DAUBY Clerk Unless such certificate or !. (Ircult C urt. llrajford' 226 N. Temple Ph. 984-7449
IS BEST OF AIL IN THE SMOKIESI! Enjoy the peace County Hospital. They have of the RAId Court certlflcateB shall be redeemed (''?'net?. Florida. In rhfMt: >ry.
Kelly Mayport spent
Beul..", law the
ly M. Moody Deputy aooordlnv to property IRENE: MOODY Plaintiff ve
and quiet of the mountains a riot of colors in autumn named the young lady Susan weekend here with his mother -

crisp, cool days. ..refreshing restful ,bights. .wonderful Marie. Mrs. Doris Kelly.

food. Come back feeling fresh *s.a' breeze. If you Jikeactivity' Mr. and Mrs. Ralforj Tet- Airman Wayne Stalnaker .

there' square dancing horseback riding craft stone and family nave returned spent :part of last week with
making, wilderness bear and boar boat-
pack trips hunts
to their home hereafter his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
ing, fishing-Iota morel Furnished Jodi Rates
cottages e. spending six weeks In W. Stalnaker. Wayne received '
lower after September "15less crowded For rtservallam
Sapnaw Mich. his discharge fromthe
phone 49S-2211. Mrs. Thelma Stokes of Air Force Monday and is 68B ick Now'we're

Send for Starke. Mrs. W. E. Puich of now employed at Cape Ken-

FREE COLOR FOLDER: D.pt. DB, Fontana Viffage, N.C Titusville and Tony Trtstone! nedy with Federal Elecrtlc I .
of Gainesville were visiting Company He is also Attending -I

Mr. and Mrs. George Tet- Florida Tech University

':' in We Cocoa.-are glad to hear thatA.

B. Adams' mother, of talking yo r language.

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS Lake City Is now home from ,

DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES the hospital. Mrs. Adams has 4 a
been in the hospital for quite
.. .
some time after suffering .

MOBILE HOMES-USED PHOTOGRAPHER heart Recent attack.visitors of Mr. and : . -
Appliances Color TV Mrs. W. E. Lowery are: Mr

Stereo : and Mrs Emmett Lowery '. .
Magnavox BAR NET T S J -
Zenith Motorola c J. & J. Swap Shop and' family of Starke, Mrs. .'
Eunice. and '
General E2eotrlc Commercial and Portrait Montgomery : .... . .
I. !
Ton Get A Good Oral At- USED TRAILERSCampers Photography family of Valdosta.; Ga., Ed- : I I : '\ ...._
word) Lowery and children ,. ... tj.... r. .
Frame & Custom Framing I __ tl
from 8' 20 Joyce and James of Holland, / ; .
I (Jil;), 1958 Mldh. and Evie Montgomery i t .. .
Mrs. ,
I F O. MILLED Mobile Homes 32' 85' ,\ .r .1.. .
((90 Jacksonville 834-1464 of Adell Ga. I ., .. .. I; ,: t' .' .. '" .
e.sea. Trades Bank Financing Sorry to hear that George ..
.... I
--d i. --aM .
Jiu-koonvllle HftTWjr. 21, Orange Park Tetstone week.;:He is on became sick very list this 111 I .... .\, .' ,,,; : .,:: : :.\ : .
,q !. t ".
Tel. 264-6324 Saturday and was rushed: to '. .. '
Auto Sales & Service the Emergency room at the ; I .

r. University Hospital. I ..; . .>.I
LAND : \ .
For Musical Advice .
Pfc Ronald Whitman ,
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:; ..
ROVER MOTORCYCLESJEEp C. CARTER NICE Ft. Lewis Wash, has returned -' ., ,

The World's Finest In there: after spending a 15 ;. ilfl/ ,. ."-; The new 230-hp.V-8 engines

4 Wheel Drives day leave here with his wife :.} '. runs on regular gas. It's standard on all
;t..AA __
and baby and Mr. and
Sold and Serviced" by HONDA '1.Jl.O"' 80 4Roberta' *
1IIfd 't 'tI'', Paid Prescott and family. -* Skylark Custom models.
I ''Ql '
Chevrolet'Green 8033 MOTORCYCLES .:!!< !;.) J" While here Pvt. and Mrs. \\re\ changed the Skylark I from

Jacksonville Cove Springs- 2W-960O, Established 1948 Whitman spent a week In front to rear, we gave it a whole We also refused to limJtyour choices. Skylarknew

A Lani-O-Lakes: with his In four models 15 colors
ALL MODELS look simply because Custom comes ,
mother, Mrs. Hoover ,
Other Name Branda
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pescottand we believe you want a car like and 32 trim combinations. So talk to the man

Vehicles Merchants Green Stamp 2651 PIANOS Park_Jacksonville CONN ORGANS 888-8519 in family Lakeland spent with the weekend Mrs.- this. In other words, we're who talks your language! : ,.your Bunk: dealer.

Jeep vVagoneer Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Nellie Prlngle, Mrs. Kay talking your language. .All Bulcks have a full line of General Motors
Wagon Watson. Mrs. Marie Nichols

Jeep Universal Tues., Wed., Thurs.? FrL PICTURE FRAMES and Miss Eunice Prlngle. We thought you'd like to have a .safety features as standard equipment.little .

Jeep Gladiator Trucks Open Suit8"A.M.. 6 P.M. Mrs. Ronnie Wiggins and; easier time parking. So For example, side marker lights and
S Authorised Service .sons or Gainesville were visiting -

Approved Parts I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence we shortened the wheelbase of energy-absorbing steering column.

11 4 Wheel Drive Wheel Closed Sunday A Monday Wiggins, Sunday afternoon. .
Drive SPILLERS'GALLERY the two-door Skylark down 'Wouldn't have Buick?
Gent Stokes Is spendingthis you really rather a .
MOTORS & CYCLES to 112 Inches. Y --
EDDIE BLAND ; II I week with his son and f y '
family I Mr. and Mrs. Luclan -
MOTORS, Inc. 4049 Blending Blvd. Picture Framing Oil Stokes. In Palatka.
655 W. ADAMS Jacksonville 77182.41JACKSONVILLE Mrs. Ernestine Dukes of
854-7751 Fainting Graphic ArtsParrish Gainesville were visiting her

Unframed Pictures I mother Mrs. Ethel Russ,

Motors Thursday .
MUSIC 1045 Pwrk St.-In Five Points Mrs. Brenda. Jones and
daughter: were visiting Mrs.
SALES Jax 353-8051 ;
SERVICE Ralph Men-It in Lake Butler
Also visiting Mrs. Merrltt
PARTS Paulus Music Co. Mrs.
from Macclenny were
Edna!: Joiner Mrs. Frances

:S3 Year As A Dealer Band it String Instruments Moody' :\' and Mrs. Grace New- lO

Always Good Used Cars ut and daughter.
831 Laura. St. .llK'kaonvllle. Gibson Guitars &; Amplifiers H. & N. Mrs. Doris Kelly and :

Phone 3805454BEAUTY : daughter: spent a few daysIn
School SuppUlnsUuction
SEWING CENTER Daytona Beach and visited .. .. '
I Robert. Recorders friends In pennsaoola: on i

1967 Singer their vacation. _
I 'Am.erlcan Music L1braI'y-Expert Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards -

Hairstyling Auto Zig Zag are now grandparents.Their .
Repair' Department son Gene and wife are

I Academy Like New the; proud parents of "a

i 21 W. MONROE 41 W. Monroe St.. daughter:\ born Monday. Sept.

JACKSONVILLE: 335-9091 Jacksonville S55-8447 Console Model makes fancy designs 18. Gene Is in the Air Force,
stationed) In Ohio.
I stitches, monograms
8310 Beach Blvd.
Mrs. Eva Harrell was honored
L RiversideHairstyling overcasts, sew. on buttons,
on her birthday Monday
Jacksonville 398-3091 make button holes A blind
dinner ,
with a lovely family
stitches. No attachment I at the home of Mr. And Mrs. 1

Academy Demonstrators $64 or $6 per ;>aul'Emory.. Many more S

2639 PARK ST. mo. Call Jax 771-1850 happy birthdays to you, Mrs.

Accredited .- II. &; N. Sewing Ctr. ,

Qualified Instructors -
Modern Styling -... IHE[ BIGHT POINT for ....

Monthly Classes way yea write. Com la and .

Where tomorrow's stylists WESTERN: ; STORE elect your favorite ESTER- ,

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Peavy Prescription Filled Dora
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Electric Co.ELECTRIC Broken Lenses Duplicated: "Where You'll Find Every Notice 1 la her-- given that
4". T. .. AldernTin the holder
MOTORS For the HoraeSoJdServlcedRepa1recS
thing oe the following" Certificate
Artificial Eyes'Eyewear liae tiled laid certificate for

Generator.-Staten Western ClothingLeather Enthlataet"I. i on.,. tax,Th deed. certificate to ba/ Icraid numbers there. '-- --'-'....'.. .. .IV T .. 4.,..,_..+WS.a.M 1 Sw'yWY!-.f.-f-. .-Y.M.

Alterations Specialist Saddle and Trailer .
goods ind years of iaauance.. the dc' "

Armature Rewinding 213! Laura St. Jax S3-S-550S Charles Sharon Petty icrlptlon the:: names of In the which property It was.' and aa- The '68 Bulcks are at your Buick dealer's now. He's ready to talk your language.I ..'
4044 Lenox Ave. 902 So. Edge-wood Ave.
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Jacksonville 387-2528 1034 Park St. Jax 354-3613 Jacksonville 384-U10 Certificate No. 141. Year of J >
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I DIET DRINKS . 29d 2 sto o f 38
PRUNES : ,73f 1 2: : Whip

MAID RAISINS. ,; 27 2 Hp ERVfak Limit' ...*I Your Choice with' $5.00 Food "'
PORT WINE. . 87d I.8 I '
QUAKER 18-or. KELLOGGS: OATS . 53d 2a: ,i.' e.ergent 39Qt. '

BRAN BUDS" . 39d! I 14 : 1 ,
8-tji. CAp..N CRUNCHCRUNCH : :' t. ,
CEREAL 37* 2a: A
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CHOCOLATE '. 43* J 2a: Ai B 79 ,/

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'tSfEtr"MILK! I. $1.09'' 4': Deep Cut Special l ISaltmes .
\ 2/49x/ Beef Hash 3/1/ 1.S :
5-lb SUGAR DIXIE CRYSTAL. .OR. rTr .49* .10t! te-or. ALL FLAVORS CANNED '. .
38-01. SESSION 'I C Drinks. 15/1./ Tomatoes
PEANUT OIL . 89t1. 6* 5/1./ ,.., .
I 5-oi. RONCO Soft ALL.}STRAINED' O"CHNvr' : : : t j I
I EGG NOODLES 2/29: 2.: -we"t: Rec.:1,20| 24-Ct 'HERSHEY" PLAIN' OR ALMdND;
1 14-or. Baby Foods 101./ Bars
MINUTE RICE . Candy 99/ ,
12-oat. 47* 2 SOUTHERN BISCUIT ;... .k;;e ;
Rep 29< .1V4-Lb. DIXIE DARLING
111uTTER! 43d! 2. BUTTERMILK

GUAVA I0-oa. JELLY e. 27 d f 2<<>: r. Flour 5 &:i 39x Loaf Bread 4/99x// .

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24-or.. DEEP'SOUTHGRAPE'-JAM PRESERVES. II 39d 47d! 4 2?. Fancy Rice 3p B G.391 Hard Rolls < 2/391.f FRENCH/! ;

I i Requlor :49< 24-oz. TROPICAL STRAWBERRY .
APPLE BUTTER; . 33d 2t Reoulor 39t 10-oz DIXIE DARLING CAKE
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I| 24-ox HONEY- . . 95* At ; ) 39 Angel I Food 29 ,,... _


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DILL PICKLES . 39*! 2.: f ;:
ll-or. HEINZ ,
SWEET GERKINS 37* 2a: 1'r':
M-oz FANNING" BREAD & ....... .:.;
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OLIVES 7Vi-oz\ FRANKS'ASSTD.,. .. .47*! !I i ,,2.i : Meat.. Pies 5/1./ Corn . 3/$1./ COFFE /
Ch . . 35* ( 2t2t Berries GREEN GIANT W IOUTT''ue I ," ,
DIXIE 100 Ct. CUP REFILLS 47* 3/1./' Spinach .. 3VI./ j ""IM,\
MATS . 37* Dinners 69 I "4*';
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18"' REYNOLDS & ALCOA . ., 3/$1./ C ) : I

50 GARBAGE Or PANTRY MAID BAGS 55* J 2t- : Bag Meats 29/ Pound Cake 69x : .
3-z.) LIPTON ,.
. KING SIZE DOWNY /KE .-. 5-Lb.. !
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SMALL OVALTINEINSTANT CHOCOLATE. e 37* 'I I 2 a: Waffles .. 3/1./ Potatoes, 69sLb. ,_'
BEAD Plus 100 Fn
47* > Stomps W/Coupon ;
SPICED No 2V Con PEACHES SUNSHINE' 39 i < Toastees. PKG. 29Margarine 4/$1./ .:,of '

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GRAPE JUICE . 33 ."' .. : II' Coffee Rich .Shrimpburg.rs.. Chopped w o .0 1 44f 0000 Lue" IIU.t':: .. Steaks : '1. .f"
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1 JUICE 1 JOY LIQUID, 12-oz. 34)t) 22oz. 61 ,
63* 2t Hand King 5.
1p j : Soap 2/43 .
44-6V THRIFTY MAID 1 : 7 : : Ivory Soap : v ; ; 4/31 Detergent 83* ..
JUICE Regular Si: 3/33 M.d. S' / ,
.. 2 Camay Soap ,!? '' ; 2/31 Ivory; 'S pY ,'"1.: -2/39* CREAMY PINK THRILL ;12-oz, 34* .: 22ox.TOMATO :.

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ooo C160.OCV-8 Ii. JUICE. 41'_ 2 z:
SLOPPY JOSS , 65t! J 4ct.

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T Stew.V. 79'1 ,:
DETERGENT .. . 83 1 2ct :
DETERGENT . 77d 2 '
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4t / -AT7I Round Roast LB. 99 I CONDENSED. 'SIZE,- BOX ALL. 77 \ 2dGt. .

I b 5. LB. 49 I. S tew. U. 29 I 15-en: TEXIZE
PINE. OIL . .45@ 4d<
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Chipped Ham 3/1./ Baked Ham 59xIQfCt. Extra Value! LgL \\ICBLEACH{I m 2d<< "

Biscuits 6/49/ ; Sliced Baconx..prko. 491 SPRAYS ARCH. .... -y
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Sliced'' Cheese 35 Pork Roast u.491 .' \ T. f
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Cream Cheese 31./ Steaks. . LB. 59x SPONGET. .. : s7d 2ft '

LON ": RN TASTE O-SEA .. ..r aRBf'. I; B E'E F 3IRESCUE .'.... .
;:' SOAP PADS . 27ft 2 '
Mild Cheese 69x Flounder 491. 8ox. WINDOW CLEANER .
LB. LI. V VV WINDEX . 29 2 -.
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Sausage . 49; Cocktail 3/89x/ $ 99 27oz.DISINFECAEROWAXTANT . 89 10 :!I

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Produce Special l-! E'X.--A F $2. 9 30Q'i
I I dX GREEN. ._STAMPS : : i
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U S No' 1 i .Cube SfeflksOOD : 46-or..FINEST.
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REGULAR i 10-az. WAX 79ft 10ft. ..., ;.
"" GUARD POLISH 79t 20ct ..
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POTATOES 559x5Lb. LGE. 5g I rA zEY, 7. ..V
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1,1 YELLOW ONIONS 39- V H :: :
MOUNTAIN GROWN Pot Cleaner 23*
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WHITE GRAPES;; u.1:9i: Grapefruit 7 : 4/l.! ;k; ,

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CHEER. Lorg Size 371 .Giant. '. wo. IVORY SNOW..Larg 39* .Giant .., '>IiI SPIC & SPAN..oul<>r 29.Glant: Ot... HOOD "33" PLASTIC , Detergent. V : : : 83 Detergent..; 7 : : 83?= Cleaner. '. : :; : 93*t Bleach' '.' ? ; ? :: 2P '

tARGE"Size DREFT ; '76 DASH CONDENSED SUDS?G*v iff...Jumbo MR. CLEAN? M" Gal.'HOOD "33" PLASTIC .rfWaiL.-sft' M- I' t :.

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TTtlTHSn.*Y. SFPT. 21. 1967 BrUDFORD COtTNTT TKUIOKAPH. STAR! **! ._ FLORID,% SFrTION I 3 1'/\01'/ ': sIX

I VvVvVvyyvvvyyvyyvvvvv'I a. m. and 8 p. m. MYF. S P'. grandparents for a visit day. best camp-grounds. No wait'' nclvRod with shatter pi'oof ,,
-Iui.s IntI.
.Ian* "' 1I1..ol1-lIot: len than BHADKOHU COtMV' "t'ci'iii.l' I. III tI.r
p m Choir Practice Thursdaj) William B. (Pat] Patrick Mr. and Mrs Bill Wilson' lug In line or worrying About Wltht.: The op,,ratlntcWelo't 4.0 rpmHolHt i.omn.v. i.. ,,I fI, ,. ,,,I t h. I ",,uiIV, .'",111""r
8pm. [Note the change InMY :I who is with the U.| S. Service and daughter Debra of Miami reservations. of the niNPhln with :I IB line speed not leanthnn IV PHOIIATB B'.lf". .rd.. e.'v... I 1"t.iid4, In
I LAWTEY feat. boom lam dragline) bucket 160 feet. Pur minute th" County t'o'lhoIlO", amStat'ke.
*' meeting to Sunday.] U now on duty In Foimosn.Bobble spent the weekend with The .fisherman la anotherfall shall be not I leNs. than 45Ootl ,- rairllnn speed not luaa than In Re, EBlato of NANCY:- L '. Florida wllhln alx cal.un'tar .
First Baptist Buntlttj r Patrick has enlisted 1 her mother, Mrs. Beulah boating enthusiast. As '' Iha. with .ountnrweIghts Ur feet per minute KNIOHT, .Ieo I known as N. I.. months frll.1I.,. the data' of
By Enza flanctuirdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAA School 10 a. m. and 8 p. m.. Inthe .Marines and is stationed Norman. cooler air and water temperatures ; and UMilor: rI'j Mpc hoist line pull not IOM than KNIOHT, and lie MRS: D Ji: i the first, pllbl""II"n" fir I Ihl"
Ify amount o< counterwvlKlitaIncluded 14.00U pound KNIOHT. Deceased.NOTICE '".Ih. or I ho' aim a III beculnuii
Training Union 7pm. Midweek at Parts Island, S. C. Mis. Oscar Carter and Mrs. retuin. They're. readyto UiHirllno pull not loSs than TO CRIJJDI'rOW'lAll 'l ," ,'urdllllot 10 In w.'I'hlll .
services Wednesday I :Mrs. S. C. Harley: Jr. and Lois Carter attended the strike at an appealing! lureor Crawlorn: The overall length 14.500 pound peraon. having of crawler. ahull Miixlmtini. amount of Counterweight demands axaluit thf uHtittc "f 110111. V. KIIhl, ) (SI')
not be loss '
_ The Revtval will begin on p. m. son David visited her mother funeral of Bill Tomllnson at tempting bait. n''J> also a than ,12 feet 8 InthuM ThuOvor5i aucvptod will be 10,000 NANCY L. KVIOIIT ,ileo I XI'T'I'ltIJ"III. :(

_ Sept 25 and continue Church of God Sundaj)t Mr*. Deloiles Carmichael In Lake Butler. Mr. Tomllnson great tune! to "get away from width ot crawler' I hiine I lb... known a* N L KNKillT 'mill I V. KIII"ht
through Saturday Everyone!: School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 I Jacksonville Saturday overflight Is a former resident of this It aU" after summer'\ hectic shah, not ba I le"M than 10 feet !Maximum amount of counter. 'a* MKS D E. KNIdlir di"- 11..11 H 9/H
4 (inHen The tread width WKlicht shall l be listed by biddiir
welcome. a. m. and 7: 30 p. m.' YPB!! and Sunday vlrlnltv pace. hall"' bo not lean than 00 Inche .
La-wtey Junior High PTAm Wednesday 1:30: p. m. Prayei f L Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O J BIKTHOAY PARTY Duck hunters can make wl.lo., Full revolving fair lead- ,

.t the School auditoriumon meeting Friday 7:30:: p. m. Anders on Saturday were Mra James R. Norman entertained good we of their outboard bearing flash ehe.ilbe Machine: used Antt-frlctlon on all "r iiilred Two| speed. travel IIr..fer-//I Serving Florida

Tuesday evening of last Hljrhland! Baptist Sunday .. .Mrs Anders' sinter Mrs. Jim.L wlCh a party last rig There's even one, motor) nhafli aiibjDuled' to speed red I Since 11)30):;

-1 week with seventy two In alien School 9:43: a. m. ftfK L mle Hoiran anji, Mr. end Mrs. Saturday evening honoring the specially deslSitcdj:; for them. rreuttr than:: 45 R P: MUruntn Thin contract IH. to be made .
I bearlno will I l in. under a leaiie purthaMoaffreo- I
-:ancc This was a cpeclal 7:30: p. m., Choir practiCe I Mann of Jacksonville. Mrs.j I birthday anniversary of her It's'the. EVinrtufo.; :pucklwln, a. able on "hnrt.. of lenH.r. i npeiulsIt i "I pt-. nient. eeedng 8eiVefl, &m&

meeting fathf' purpose otpannlnll' 6-30: p. m. Prayer meeting r Mann is Mrs. Hogans' husband. Refreshments of cake mate to the- .fcompeny'* S"hl" la' prcful'rpd that deck and .aOOll.OO paid, on January.. 10,

) the Halloween carnival Wednesday 7:30: p. m. daughter and punch 'were served. engine but 'peJ.ntIJ."d! a 4 engine and driving running snare In oil.be encload lids.!)I3ulance. In. payment' of I Ietiual .............. ........ --- ............ .....

This will bo held on Mr. and Mrs. I.. M. McClel-. Walter English and Miss Present for this occasionwere graM- brown.1.-.<.Tba1 nt.t CQntrol.f..nu..l.!\ air or .mOount", payable on I

I Saturday Oct. 28. Ian were weekend guests oj r Judy Cole of Jacksonville! Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. sound a little sneaky but A combination of hydraulic and January 10 1DR1, 1970. 1971 J
1972 with
I 1 J CIU'RCII ACTIVITIES their son Ronny Mvciellar:I were Sunday visitors cf Rev. Wainwright an.:! daughter, Patricia duck hunter needs all' thd .manual.UttlrUad: Shall be a full ravolvliieT board no reserves interest.The the rightto Mrs. Carolyn, W9' CordiallyEaV

I I Grace Methodist Sun- and family In Sylvania.] Oa. and Mrs. John Hlclcox and and Mr. and Mra. AllenB. help'ho 'caflgot"lit purSlilt''of typo with guide roller .Jovt any and all blda.Charlea ,

day School. 9.43.Worsl: >( > .111 Darren came. home, with hii I attended Church. Mr English "Walnwright Jr., of Jacksonville those high-flying' spark-eyed. !. (SMAL' ,) A. Darby, I, 8 TO Welcomes\'
Capacities The lifting
capacity Representative
:Mrs. Ll.HHlo Starlingand
2 is. Mrs. Hlckox's brother. quackera.' .: of the draxllne' with 35 CilAHL.t.a: : A. llARHYll ('L.1cnK [
Sundal guests of !Mr and Walter Starling:, of Klngrs- Even, larger1 family runabouts font boom at H5 feet radii 2t 9/21 Ph. 961-5812 You and Your

Mrs. W. F. Moore and Micky ley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Carl cn.be presed ,.Into< and ceunter-welirht with manufacturer'' .. for draitllnc stand In T'he1 (ounlr-:JuilKe'- o..u.,1 122 N. Bay St Family to Your

INSTANT HOUSINGNEW were Miss Reynee Moore of Norman of Highland Mrs. service during the tea-son.) operation, over the ,,"I. and at I.. And For Bradford County. St rke. New Home
.Jacksonville.; and! Mr. and Harry WUkerson Mrs. Marcus Theycam: bo- ;camouflaged: ni. vrr" rent. of tlpplnir load li-lurlila. In Probate ISO...' I
Griffis and daughter! and Mrs. shall be not less than 4.8UO I IN KI3: ITHtBt/ of :>fILLtJo!: ;I\
and 'U'oatlngWind. :
WIDES Mrs. J, W. Thomas and sons serve' as, pound FI.fVD FANcIIFm .
12 of Live Oak. J. E. Norman mother of the ." ,, Docket: The bucket MiniII In-, NOTICE OF HKOHATUTo Docua.d... I The State of FloridaIt

FROM $3,299 UP Mrs. Quincy Cruce spent honor guest. Camera;? buffs ,don't need a Mendrlx/ 3/4 Cubla type Yard TH McilluinWeight drair-I All Pemonn. |nt..rtnd. In I ITJme

the 'weekend with relatives in mUch of 'an excuse to haul Line bucket.. You Estat.are hereby of Said notified Daced, thata -nt: Is .Our Desire To Make\ You Feel Welcome and

Reconditioned 8 &10 Wide I'' Clermont. out tbe 'equipment,and' fall Is ,following Shill' are modnln requested. namely. for the written lntrument purport. To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
MillS Gertie Faye Cruce of one of their' favorite\ timer: Northwest. Model 25D log to be the .LMHI WU1, and
1, 2 and 3 Bedroom ModelsALL Gainesville visited heY txir-' Tree-lined. '!shores 'are. 'c'risd-' Llnkhelt aiodcl!' LS76Ameriran tins Testament. baun admitted of aald to decedent1 probat.

.. of red,, Model.. :189V you are new in the area a phone
ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank crastcid! owl t.f1 c$ *, II Model II20Koerln In this Court. You are herebyconnianied

AGES ALL PRICES Cruce over the weekend.Mr. orange and: green.. Model 305 within 111"(8)( ialendar -> call will
from tho date of bring you a prompt visit
and Mrs. PonaldKnjffht Family J>lcnlc4' arid 'cook- Ixtraln Model 1.18: the first publication thin I
Bob Dodson Bruce Martin and children of Jacksonville outs. fall favor Unit Model 1230 notice to appear. In tbla.. Court I
SEE ., are; another"' : till Erie Model 22B and show cause, If anyyou from your local hostess. Please give ,
I spent Sunday with. ite: The, i crispair": = and Wight AU Unit. bid to meet the can, why the action of this I

ON A NEW OR Mrs. JOilahfj grandparents sunshine. aotnehow make following. .npnclflcatlon: Court In admitting", acid Willto her a call! She has maps and many
FOR THE BEST DEAL ICnffln U-M 371 or Kouat probate ahquld not lit and
I Mr. and Mrs. T. I... Wain-i sandwlche.1 and< \.' hamburgers Control.* Manunl-llydratillc ttnrevokpd. .

RECONDITIONED -. .}, wrtg t. | !tat.e& lot ,better. .: .. Preferred.' Tharon A. Yawn Jr free and wonderful gifts for you
'i I'o-er Load lowering re- County Judge. from local businesses.
I Mr. and Mrs. Whalen Sapp Any way yo1iok at It, quired.Draff. (ljJiJAL)

and daughter and Mri. Annie there's something for every Drum a..bl.3.- Inch /14 4t
Mobile Home 10/Bj)J.
Stevens of Jacksonvllla, ( were boating family to enjoy.

I Sunday visitors of Mr; and, Sometimes ,lt .' makes you

LOW DOWN PAYMENT Mrs. A. C. Pearce. |: wonder. Why do people'..rushto

Mrs. L. }1. Hlnot retl'1rned'l, eodi, the alason.when: .-
MONTHLY PAYMENTS. LESS THAN 'RENT I to her home In Miami Saturday I blun-e are still many enjoyable -

after a two wt>elt's visit times to be had. ..
FREE DELIVERY and SET UP. I: with his sister Mrs. O. J..7.Phillips. By Lynn Hamilton ., Dramatic : ,: [16M]1

FALL flOATING !. vl'.'. U.sa4j. ..1..dC'C. 't'...... ';-
:Mrs. Joyce Putch was at TilE GREATEST: Hrdr. ..m .i....'. 5'IoIds" Distinctive :' 'i ----
In-RU, ,
MUSTANG. 0 home for the weekend. Although It may be time-to 'K,J"III't&.o''Malha l 1t1l)1!! i "

Visiting!' Mrs. Ed Durban! put away the swimming: l.n '- "" $'
I"rdNll rt'ITtiM"\:
.i Daringly new J.
TO f ; At t.
water skis, 3 lightweight .
suits and
..durlruf the weekend were Mr. All Ho'l'"r.' or t,lrf. sit Ul" of .
and Mrs. Raymond Williams Jacket can make It. MAHTMAVLlCE:' UtillAHC ,ii -.' -. "

MOBILE HOMESINC. ,I' and'. son of Jcksonvl'Ie. the summer all over again. HA notified ffi.V.''end doea-required*'d >r..{q,ScrUb, flli y .' 1'1 ;. .wo4. 1

O. J Boyett family o\? Val- :For the cruising or camping any clalmn, ot demnnda whloBth

: dosta. Oa.. anJi Mr. and Mrs. enthusiast, fall Is one' ot ..-may bav: etra"t ,ali
e tate In tI.A. 'orHotof the
. "W.' 1"". Durban and son of the greatest times uf the County Judff of Bradford .

U.S. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797 Gainesville.Mr. year. Normally crowded County, Flnrlda.,, In the CouMHou \ -" 4:::
..e< lit'> StRt-k. Flhrldik' with. '
Lake City Florida : and Mrs. Larry Mat- waterways become private '- ., "'. t- .
from .
0 In ilx: oaloniVtr.: monlh ./ -T" .
i tox and. Larry Jr. of Jarkson.ville ;: lakes and; rivers. You have the date, ,of the rlfst kilIoa' ____ U
For Instant visiting Mr. and pick of the best tins of this rtojloo." K cl claim: .
Headquarters Housing I. were your' or demand muHt be. In. writing:, ;;
k Mr .. Oscar .Carter on Sun- ties, best launching"sites facm.1 with a copyand' moat aisle[ A _
11m nluf'A OPi'.uddfln and '
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-- poIt-of1tc; addrI's' roftin; ; ChevyHNova l
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to bv ntthooDc1..im'. : t, hid -
or hln. attorney. .p .It. will 11<1. : ;
my'ORY eonfts"vl l arcrfrdlrti,*? to law. J\ / ;
AREA BUSINESS Hated thin. 84th. dillY ot AtllI'. -
nut A. D. 1t6r. "
Alb..rt A. Hazen 4.',
A* Admlnratra-torf( of the 1stI! __
I of Martha. .Alluv Dlllard llaaen, .
AUTO SALVAGE Farm .nd Industrial LADIES WEARCherry' Office Equipment .. J "'I 4t", .J" 1COfystts Sting Ray _________

Equipment .. Hancock OfficeEquipment N.lle.t 01tlnfo.' .A.-z--........"..iod,,.'Gf.'..-I'..,.. .., _
Camaro The HUg.r"
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BRASINGTON Notice .Ia' hereby gIven: thai.
Mr. P..1., .,iVdernutn) th" HoWiror
Santa Fe Tractor Gr&liuiavlUe'a Mast Fashionable! rtna t..lIoivlnw' .....ttttl lt...
CADILLAC OLDSMOBHJB \ mithCoronaAuthorlzedLao.
has riiI.. .. -..ah1.! .-.,*,.011108, for ,
Addreaa For Ladle Dealer a tax rt..fd to b.. itnueil ther*.
Inc. IU.:88E'J-8UJTS-: !' on. The certifiCate. numbeesnn1..ye5P5 ,
SALES &: SERVICE : Clary-Victor-Tot allla of 'liwuitnee". ; .tho ,rt-..-
.rlpllon| of the property. and
:Machine Calculator
FO'Rb Adding whioh
the names In ItWaS, *Ii-
Fine Selection of UMM Cam .,. .;.:l ''follow*. C
Taken On Cadillac Tradee) Farm Tractor' Implement T. '1'W.. University Gainesville SALES-SmRVICE-RENTALS) (CortlfloHterN No-. ;O4.. **"::10 &f,! _
: "...ua.ne".1986"; ; -

ZOOI N.W. 13th. Rt. <4tl< I SAVE TIME Discos' :yon Dencrlntont of Pr.pertV" fAt _____
Ford Industrial.. .Equipment .MEN'S WEAR 10, 11. 18 In Pnftmllle, MMC J\\.
PHONE 878-5301 requirement, with .. first. T--H .....1-J 'U Aer") ,
_ _ USED! EQUIPMENT: Nine. I In w3i1J sseeaa.1.
IL & L Men's Shop 628 N. Main. St. Oalneevllto! Scolt $: rofl4lt.! : ,
SALES PAWf SERVH3B' I Phone 876-6531 Alt. of .....Id proitcrljt bIngt( i Inof

CRANEUNICOLNMERCVRT I Florihelm Shoes _ _. th.* T'ounty. of Itradford, IIItat,
Florida 1 1UnlPHfi I' f
PICk UP &; .D5LJVERT' .. BUuli. certlfloat* ot
I. Foao Pluma Suit PAINT_& GLASS certifleatec .nhall. be ,f"d"nm 4
4488 NVW. Sixth Gainesville accord Inn" to law thel !nroportj
Authorized Sales & Service Ladle' Sport Wear Liddell Paint &. d Hi'rlhf ln>.'.lIehi *.rPifloate
Phon. 37234 or' .,rUflcal.* b.. sold to
the hlBhcitt bUJeC at the cburjne !
606 E. University. GalnewviUe _ _ Arrow Dress Shirt "\ door on th* flr-lit Hfoii-
Phone 3724251Crane's ( . Glass Co. cut, In'mOil t h..o' pteb.r.. 1'.t.whletl TT ,
IS W. University, Gainesville l I. the Sni day o( ,October
'J 1ge1. ,* T
ImportsVolvo -_-_-_- I>at.H.thlil. Ittlt'dity.ot ,Autf.t
Glam. Mirrors Sliding Door u I ma7.v i. ..,%...-' THE
MOBILE HOMES Tub Enoln..ure-Shower Door ( A I,) '' . /. _
(Mercmlfla-Bens) Johnson ChuHles, A. / -
&Fsrii, Inc.ComploU -WlndowsAwnlngCarpwt.WallpapnrStorefroot 'DilroV, r68s -/ -
Clerk of Circuit >.C Uft 'of
riAT-HILLMAN' IJudtofd "nt1t. .J1' ,.hl.... Impala
Ltne*. Coiumltattoa. ,By.Se-ulah! ..M.M... ; .., ." b. '10: '

3201 N. Main Caineavllle SEzDS-PtA2'rS-! . 116 N.W. Sixteenth !St.! -_-. .."._n.*."..;'-.4tll/ie, : Top Secrets f here :
Phone 372.4373 Homes Inc.
Mobile GAINESVILLE 872-8191 r.iil, 'Tb. 'liJ.
I .The Board 'iDffCvuhty, Cftih- '
Gea-.vtJle'. Discount Mobile niteiOt1et"" Of, Bradrurd: OvuntyV
Reauty AcademyPOWELL'S : 'lorl>la- ) lit ,%"J. HClv. Sealed .
Home Sale Lot. SEWING( MACHINES'National Bid At 10:00: 'O'clock On :%'h..
0 0 Purchase discount on entire Morning" Clt.tI'ob4.. tXT.At 1968 C'hevrothsTIi
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader. ; *' chain guarantee huge lavlngs Th* Cuurtliou.. \ e. B"or.Jh. : /. ,Fpllowlnvi ..-
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224 N.W. 5th AT. NEW. MOON CAPELLA SewingMachine Olie' : 11"""ws trultt.' '::3)4.) yard
., .
.. (.hov. rated \ d''Jtt
; Beauty 1.rs"1s'' PACEMAKER Craw).r m< mitorf-d"ttUiw'cite:' $ 1963 Chevrolets are the 250-hp V8
Academy PHONE: Co., Inc. o.n 'w. very you can order that runs on master cylinder brake system with
) : 'Used Mobile Home) Low 'hll. mahufaotUrtf% i-" latnt essence of modern design. Every line. regular fuef. Many hew engine com warning light, plus many more new
;[Learn a Profession In Your GL1sSVWl .P1*. PrIced With credit New Home Pfarf, Nelco. modelarid". .h..Ll-*' ty'e" I'tlr. 'every curve Is In close harmony. It's a ponents Increase dependability and features. Among them: energy absorb-
..spare Time. Full or Part Tiffle' approved. ktandatd (faiitor'wtrrvhty. smooth uncluttered look with roof keep your new Chevrolet running ing front seat backs, and safety arm
Universal '
. loP, a* 1100 down. Sewing'Ma.cbine.. m chln" shill Hitall i.su4nt *4uln-.
Servlo > lifted .'J IU"nd"rUJ7' lbO lines compatible with body lines stronger. There's a new rear axle rests that shield the door handles.
DAY & EVENING CLASSES CLASS. 4S3. N.W. Uth St. <441< North ; mantifaLturer plUH.Huoli ..,t\C\>n. grilles and bumpers that blend gracefully -, ratio you cart add for greater econ
,_,_ Nearly New Unit. 13 monthly al or xtr* xiulpment, m .cauedfoi1 into long, rounded fenders. Clean, omy. On most engines equipped with MUCH MORE THAT'S NEW
Low Tuition Term .' In these p'tUleatlon.'i': beautiful in their simplicity.'. automatic There are new roof lines format
GJnevllle 87S-1U4 Available flowing, transmissions there's a some
Budget Term Propmal will be .con ld"rfd
219 N.W. 10th Ava. ;' CALL, COLLECT only: on equlpm\/" ...hr, the these 68 Chevrolets are rich and adspecial heater for the carburetor and graceful, others sporty and quick.
Gainesville S18-&1M GAINESVILLE : 811 W. Unlvemltr.: \ Gainesville blddr rq.....limply. *n duuut. vanced In styling beyond any you've which gives you more efficient per There are new instrument panels I

.: .. 378-1359 Supply machine, of .repairparts offered. and for. mu thC,.tlock. ever sen. formance In cold weather. And with richly designed and all controls? within! '

: GLASS .CO.... INC."EVERTTHIWa ., MOVERS. ,.th.na. part In..th. sta4 r.:. A MORE SILENT RIDE every engine, you get the new CM easy reach. There are new interiors,
PRODUCTS Florida. exhaust emission control. new vinyls new fabrics, new colors.
._- -_ _ _ _ TILES & PAINT ofT bidder" must opurata'.an. ; And for 1968 we've gone to every There are models with Hide-A-Way
: IX GLASS" ;eatnbllthed. ,' uuulneia. In stli.. length to give you more peace! and UNIQUE ASTRO VENTILATION windshield wipers and headlights that
State of Florida.leclflc .
INSIST THAT ALL YOUB Store Mirror Long Dlatance'MovtDa FIJNTKOTE TILE : ..tlon.., of machine quiet Inside. The most sophisticated; There's a whole new idea In ventiladisappear behind grilles. There are

: :"onta. Local Drayage Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt shall. accompany bid. "rIjucuBBHful '_ _. computers have been used to strategically tion called Astro Ventilation for Ca- new side marker lamps, new recessed

e CONCRETE PRODUCTS Window Sliding Glass Storage Packing prating Floor Finishing Product a aervlcenian bidder manual ihall supply place isolate body noise mounts and and vibration.successmarc., C.rvette and the ele'ant Ca taillights. There's even a new Ignition

ARE Shipping!! Tool: The ma "hlno Bhall l be fully price Coupe. It's also available on alarm buzzer that reminds you not to
Tins!: BEST FROM Doors Tub Enclosures with ;;.rri tool Shock absorbers have been Improved. walk and leave
: _I for field adjuvtmntKotlnir The wheel stance on many models Is opening car.
e Edward's Building BOSS n. E. Waldo. RA. WALLPAPER : The machine. to be wider for greater smoothness. Exnew vent-ports on the Instrument
MOVING ,,; dallv.r. l under' thl. .proposal haust systems have been redesigned panel you bring In outside air that These are the newest the most different

: Supply, Inc. Qalne.Tin, S7S-ZOS4 & Storage Inc.TenneyTde &Paizg, hall CubiC. be yard rated<>ho a.>*l a. full rated 3/4) to make them whisper-quiet. Even the can be directed where you want it. the most dramatically changed

.prawler. tnountcd, dravlloo clocks tick more softly. A sound car Is This way you can leave your windows Chevrolets ever. And they re at your
726 S. Main 373-4844 2222 N.W. 6th St. RlKflnri The Machine shall rolled up and add still more to Chevrolet
SS40 N.B. WaMo Rd. .. a silent car.The 68 Chevrolets are the your dealer's now. You'll thoroughly
be delivered fully rlcced to
Gainesville 378-1302 most silent, highest quality cars wA've peace and quiet. enjoy slipping behind the
GAINESVILLE FLA. IRON ORNAMENTAL Gainesville 372-4271 operate a* a draa-llae. with IS
fe.t'ut[ boom.' ever built. wheel, experiencing the smooth new
J : I' Boom: The boom ball ". '* PROVEDSAFETY FEATURES handling and library-quiet ride and

TRAVELHouse heavy duty 39 feet boom boom with BETTER PERFORMANCE You get the proved GM-developed more than anything seeing and feel-
two aheave drarlln
ELECTRIC MOTORS Ornamental Iron MUSICLipham\ point and *hall. Inulud$ ..1 five There are new engines a bigger energy absorbing steering column, Ing the even greater quality built Into
0 of Travel feet. center cectlon.: standard Six i and V8. There's a new folding front seat back latches dual every new Chevrolet for 1968.
Cab Th. cab halt) be fully
Steel Stair '
; a ELECTRIC Music Co. INC. 1. -a- Be smart! Be sure! Buy now at your Chevrolet dealer's.

U Fabrication Erection. of .

:: :. Motor Repair Co.Llgtt Structural Steel. 'G.b.vme. 1'72-6M3.Shopping! Ctr. AIRLINES! HAMMOND -' --
=- -

I.U Of Gainesville, Ins UUcellaneotu. : .Iron 110 N. W. 10th Avenue R. R. ORGAN .STUDID. ,There's! more quality and value built Into Chevrolets than ever bfore"makT"g!" every n ;w 1963 model an- even: belter buyj

r.epalrtnc-Rewtn: Authorized IIofoN! Ov RentalI -..--......--..-..-....-.---.-.--.-......-.......-......-..-....-...... "-'-'........ .............-
New and Used Steel Products Co. No Charge For Oar Servlo* "NM'" Atheslw4

Baldwin Piano .. Organ Orgvk -
Weekdays 8:30: to 6:"

WORK, GUARANTEED 55 If.W.XM Btf&.MBeTffle Guitar Gibcon Ooya .' at. 9 to IX. eservlesLoam . -
Drum Ludwig Sllngerland 8413: W. University Av*. .. play the evay wm, BALDWIN CHEVROLET COMPANY

Phone 372-8318 371-0381 Feuder'! Standard Amplifier]\ Gainesville 378-1301 lit N. V V' It** Av*.

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tiM, and be taught how to
)viII Manning- Men 20 Thru 38
ROPING CLUBRESULTS 8 Thru 13 Cloverleaf Mark Adkln.s, improve their memory.
Cloverleaf Ronnie Hal', Leo Thornton, Adro Brown,
tandy Joyner, Junior Harper, Bill Forsyth, Ralph Bryan, TIlE RIGHT POINT for the LET'S GO TO THEBRADFORD
!'oy Hancock, Dean Brown, Sonny Lawson. the way you write. Come In
Celth Carter. Barrel Weave A d I'0
and select your favorite! E8-
Barrel Weave Brad Cart Brown, Mark Adkins, Leo I
16 results" In TERBROOK fountain pen.Mere
'r, Ronnie Hall, Randy Joy- Thornton, Sonny Lawson, BUI
order of finishing: icr, Klmbo Forsyth, Troy Hiui- Forsyth, George Lewis. .
7 and Under
ock. Perry Bryan. Buddy Pick-Up -Mark Ad-
Cloverleaf Mark
-- Joy nor.
Cindy Jordan Dora Trlest, [Buddy Plck-Up Brad kins, Adro Brown, Bill For- Nell'BOJi1..nj&
Dennis Brown, Mark Hersey, barter Troy Hancock, Junior syth, Gerald Joyner Ralph! .
'*ar er> Linda Lee, Keith Bryan, Norman Dowdy. .
:tarter, Klmbo Forsyth. Arena Race Adro Brown,
Barrel Weave Mark Joy- Arena Race Ronnie Hall. Mark Adkins, (Leo Thornton, I
npr, Bobby Carter, Dora Lewis, Gerald Joyner, I
;grad Carter Randy Joyner George
Trlest Cindy Jordon, Dennis\
Funlor Harper, Perry Bryan Sonny Lawson. .EI"M; ?
Brown. Mark Hersey. Keith Carter. "Jack Benny"
Buddy< PickUp Bobby Boys 13 Thru 19 Cloverleaf C. B. Hayes Just In Time FE
Carter Bruce GrlffU Mark Cloverleaf Kelly Forsyth, Junior Hersey, Merrill Griffla, Vs. SANTA
Joyner. Mark Hersey. David ,Tommy Smith, Ernie Trlest, Jo Ann Forsyth, George Al. For
:Manning Cindy Jordon. Ralph Morgan, Greg Wooda, varez.
Arena Race -. Dora Trlest. Beaton Morgan. Barrel Weave-C. B. Hayes,
Back SchoolOr
Mark Joyner, Cindy Jordon, Barrel Weave Tommy Merrill Griffis, Junior Hersey. to
Dennis Brown, Mark Harley, imlth, Kelly Forsyth, Ernie Jo Ann Forsyth, George Al-
[fleet, Leaton Morgan, Greg varez. College
Voodo Louie Noegel. Buddy Pick-Up Junior 12-7:30
Buddy Pick-Up Tommy Hersey, Jo Ann Forsyth, Friday Septo
imlth Kelly Forsyth, Leatrin George Alvarez, C. B. Hayes, pomo
Morgan, Greg Woods, Louie Merrill Griffls. ,. -. V
oegel, Ernie Trleiit. Arena Race C B. Hayes,
cuLt Arena Race Tommy Junior Hersey Merrill Griffis, ..Y::, """'''l. .>.sreii

smith' Kelly Forsyth, Ernie Jo Ann Forsyth. :' .,0-. "' '' HIGH SCHOOL STADIUMGO
rrlast, Greg Woods, Leaton Ladles 20 and Over E >
Morgan, Louie Noegel.Glrt ., Cloverleaf Mildred Easfer. :
Thru ftf Imogene Bryan, Hazel Grlffls, .f:: ;. :.
home protection ataess Gall Jordon. Kitty Carter, Dor- CHAMPIONSHIPS
Cloverleaf Paulette Ellington -- I BIG RED LET'S MAKE IT THREE STATE
cost with a Darlene Hayes, Sandl' othy Ann Brown.

Homeowners Policy.( Morgan' Debbie Bobo JackH' Barrel Weave Mildred A ROW WE'RE 100% BEHIND YOU
Contact me today! fancock, Betty Ann Griffis. Easter, Imogene Bryan, Haze Hugged.
Barrel Weave Paulette Grlffls' Gall Jordon, Kitty Ilgl'" .,elgl.,...frSpirited
e ... .4 MERRITT :Ellington, Darlene Hayes, Carter, Jackie Hersey.
landi Morgan, Jackie Hancock, Buddy Pick-Up Gall Jor uKi r ;,
I 1 WILLIAMS lefty Ann Grlffls, Linda Grlf- don, Hazel Grlffls, Kitty Carter Cur: '
tis. Imogene Bryan, Jackie
\ riJ 117 N. Buddy Plck-Up Paulette Hersey. '
f Ellington, Debbie Bobo, Sandi Arena Race Mildred Easter :nso omtch.: ..g:5: .
( \ Walnutfi' Morgan, Betty Ann Griffla, Imogene Bryan Hazel Urlffls. $ .a.e F ., A t
Ji Donna Bryan, Nancy Money- Gall Jordon, Kitty Carter buteo.t. .,- q <
Ph. 961-5391 'an.Arena Dorothy Ann Brown. 10 l eY
Race Paulette El With many important ;
ngton, Debbie Bobo, Darlene Dale Carnegie
features of I
STATE FARM Hayes 'Sandi Morgan, Nancy
Fir*and Casualty Company oneyhan, Jackie Hancock.STALLINGi'S Course PreviewSet Royal office typewriters:
Nom Olflui Bloomington,ItlhtoU
Here MondayThe : '.tl IL
Full-size keyboard r
...... Starke Rotary Club I Is "touch"Pleasant,light Royal I I 1 .4* fr

sponsoring a preview meetingf Full-size canrlaga-ngM
the world-famous Dale Carnegie and silent,too .*
CORNER Course at 8 pm., Monday Two-color ribbon
Sept. 25: In the Bradford Roll'n'Ready Paper Feed ti .
Civil Defense Building at the Guaranteed for 5 years'I
Fairgrounds. I
Those attending the meet-
rig will hear about the bene- Also Electric
Its of the Dale Carnegie
LIQUOR WINES BEER bourse, credited with enhancng Portables
the public and private
Open 9 A.M. 12 PJrt. Ives of thousands by teaching And Standard FIGHTING TORNADOES r' ?,
hem how to speak effectively
Friday and Saturday .AJVT.., 2 AJVt In public Instilling confidence, Models (Left to right)-Front Row: Tex: I Patrick, Charles Kreedon. Larry Mercer, Johnny Warren, ;.

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST\ 3 FIFTHS and showing them how to Improve Andy Mayton J. Roy Chasteen, Lien (:nl1nn. Allan Crawford.

their memories. Second Row: Gene Melvin, Hobble Smith, Ch arles Smith, Hill Adams! Bill llelote, Ronnie
OR QUARTS Each person attending the Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
Steve Crawford.
Donnie Elder
meeting will receive afree
S Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301, private copy of Dale Carnegie' Third Row: Dennis Hall, Ralph Morgan, Willie Cohen John Torode, Stanley Crawford, Bill

book, see a memory demorLsta- Busby, Thomas Marks, Reggie Flynn, Mike Norman, Butch Greggs, Greg Nichols, Jimmy Temple.

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Today mil ions I Sept. 15 Macclenny e Away Oct. 27 Live Oak Home

Home :Away
Sept. 22, Santa Fe e Nov. 3 Fernandina

Sept. 29 St. Augustine e Away Nov. 10 Lake City e Home

of f people artegetting .
Oct. 6
Open Nov. 17 Orange P arK 1''A. way

Oct. 13 Bolles Away
Nov. 24 Bishop Kenny Home

ideas. Oct. 20 Palatka I Home

young I This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado ;Boosters -- .,,,t

The 68 Voungmobiles" MALLARD'S 5 & 10
I IfrOm "LefH (Have Another Winning <
Kentucky Fried Chicken Your Friendly Store

GROCERY After The Game; We'll lie Open See Us First For Values!
301 NORTH 113 E.; ,jCall St. Starke
Phone 961.5312 S. 301LET'S

Oldsmobile THE TEAM C (O M I' I. 1111 I R N T S SEE THE ALL NEW


--, Member F. D. I. C. 1320 N. Temple
l l.hi. SUPPLY
Od "Mem I hi e.ehie' f.yf- I I L IT C J K I IHURST'S ROWLET'S
.young G O 0 I D MAKE; .IT'THREE,' IN A
IMW Cinlau Si H_r*..s..an OldMioblU. willi. ,.here.See RED! !!"
!H' young In the way _cory ityte" ewdCOVPM I SHELL BIG
M look,young In the) as.A Mw.edsrbra. T_ -r are GET GOING TEAM1LAWSON'S ,
you way II II And achj.th And.om.wwflb,1').....AN a bud wWi
rouse Id.,,J:all 31 ,hid..wey sips.. MARKET CARL HURST 9617190MUTUALtLUMBER
ld....eboblln"! from ... .., U. S. 301 & S. It. 100) Starke t "Fla.IIrSTWISIIEti: ; -

.f..f.,........ can Hula practlcaVy i? OW dtlgWH.r. yakH.w I SEE YOU AT THE GAME: For The TornadoesSHUFORD'S CO., Inc.Goodman' .
an Oldimoblto/ ......If.y_.R w> Be A Booxter
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Miat perform,young, with.tHck_,ranttfrldM : Service Station STANDARD WE; BUY.,TIMBER: AND LOGS(
young,<..!. -"'.,dual..hau! ..... C _
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brand-"... generation safety fealvra* Gulf Products, Goodyear Tires, Batteries I'hone 9fi I 1-7)11! Walnut at 301 S. '
\ of Rae.......Choice of : AUTO SALES
a 3'0Raeke'. 105 E. Madison Street .

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We're Proud( Of Our Coaches and Team
SERVICE STATION 70) S. Walnut Street


1 ) Reliable. Dependable Jeweler"
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I A. R. Johnson
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Firestone Phone 961-6022 528 S. Walnut and Radiator Shop '
t Drive them! LJ.a.ai.raR A AND A SUPPLY, INC. GO BIG RED-MAKE IT THREECHAMPIONSHIPS / Phone 96,I-770d 411 S. Walnut
lem. qAt I
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BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc. hone 961-9909 800 S. Walnut Oscar Davis, Utilities Director- 301.It NORTHT'mR

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Garden Club Science Film Indians Prep For Greenville PTA Reception ;,

l_,. KEYSTONE HILTTES Of The Lakes To Be Shown At For Teachers ,

f By Jim Fox Meets Sept. 27 Park-of-Palms After 27-0 Loss To NewberryThe \. :i Thur, Sept. 21

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 ,.
Th Garden Club of the "Dust Or Destiny a full :', Mrs. Charles McOlave.

Lakes will hold Its first regular color film pointing to a divine chairman, has extended! an
1 meeting of the year at Intelligence behind1 the Keystone Indians see-sawed. In Indian territoryfor : !i' invitation to all adult residents
1pm. Wednesday Sept. 27. workings of the universe plagued by penalties suffered the remainder of the JJ. of the community to attend!

1I at the home of the presidentMrs. will be shown at Park-of- their worst defeat In yearsas quarter with neither team : ;I ". the annual reception for new

Albert Bachman on the-Palms Bible Center, the Newberry Panthers being able to mount a sustained f '" ... "i"" and! returning teaohe-4 of the

I Lake Geneva. Keystone Heights at 7-30: p. aided by the unerring; toe of drive. Newberry re- :.il Keystone Heights school lac-

There will be 'ia fall work- m. Saturday. Sept. 23. their kicking ace Jlmmle covered. fumble early In ..- ull). Sponsored by th. PTA,
shop for District 4, Florida Produced by Dr. Irwin Oetzen trampled. roughshod the second quarter in the In this event will be held Thursday -

\ Federation of Garden Clubs' Moon. director of the Moody to a 27-0 opening victory In dians' 47 yard line. ,i I It. II I Sept 21, at 8 p.m,
at Mandarin Garden Club In Institute of Science at Los a Suwannee Valley Confer- Seven plays later the Indian I I" Mayor Pav at\.1."" wl'i: wel.
: I Jacksonville on September Angeles this rum Is said to ence tilt in. Newberry: Friday defense held and New- c::me the te.rhen on behalf

I 23. Several women from the show the close relationship night berry was fourth and five on t. ot the commui'it, ;. and County
j I Garden Club of the Lakes betwen science and leltglon The Indians started off In the 21 yard line. Getzen's ,9 tool Supc Jesse P. Tynrs
'I plan to attend. It Illustrates the built-in the hole as they received the field goal from, this vosltlon "T speak on educational

I "radar" system that guides Initial, kick-off on, the five added three more points to T H-ns for the coming !year.
the bat In Its midnight and ran it back to tho 19 to the Panthers' new score O her local and county dlgni'

Platoon 1041, 1st RT. BN flights, the uncanny Instinctsof start their opening !series of board. The Indians received -" tar lea will alII,i attend: thfcj'cclal
..H CLUB HOLDS plans and projects for the :MCRD. Parris Island. S. C migrating birds and many plays. They were forced to another long kick-off! and, even"

FIRST MEETING year. Kathy McOlave, daughter mysteries of the human body, punt after three unsuccessful:: unable to move the ball, were Thin waa one tuna Nrvvtarry, failed to wore. Bull! carrier "It Is frai( 'entlv s ..1 that

3 The Keystone Heights 4-H All young people InterestedIn of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- attempts-to advancethe ball forced to kick from their Jim Iunlena,. brought down by KeyMtoiie' Malcolm, Brady town Is only' as good at :ts"hool.

Chapter held Its first gather- joining this organisation Olave returned home\ last and Newberry took over on I own 10. Newberry took possession on the 40-yd. line after a five yard gain. Wayne Homer.. No.< ,, ." "f.... McGlave) 'tl!!.
(n& of the year with \ etfccquainted are asked to contact of the Keystone, '45. Six plays In-
one Thurallayafter= being a pa- onvllle last week. and. aided by an Ill s Just getting to bin feet after being blocked. down, got up "so let us all make a special
meeting .'.onduetd the members or sponsors. tient at Alachua General! lTasid' Hanson 1/j,-p ntoJ later, Newberry hit pay dirt dlan penalty and a 30 yard effort to attend the PTA meeting
last week. LEGION AUXILIARYThe Hospital. Kathy reports that Ruth Malmgren' RoionJ Cou- with a six yard plunge Into pass added their second and helped with the tacKle. end reception. Help show

| This years' officers, plcturd Executive Board of she Is feeling much, better tu, and 1\ title Lo'..IlI'k as a the end zone. The extra point tichdown. Oetzen kicked Several factors account for punter In Keystone's history. the teachers and vtiidentu that
above from left to right American Legion Post 202 and appreciates the many =Nomlna'lt" r Committee:. to present was kicked by Oetzen.On the extra point. The half wo ere all concert. with the
the excessive penalties, the Malcolm Johnston wa.
.ire: Scott Lamalie treasurer : Auxiliary 'will meet at 7:30p. : cards, flowers and visits she a new slate "f officers the next kick-off, Oetzen ended with Keystone on the :> growth and we'.i.e\ of our
chief one being the team'srelatively standout Coach
I on defense.
; Sonya Payton recreation m. Monday Sept. 25. In received from friends. tn 1P6'.U.::. kicked to the one. Homer lean slide of a 17-0 score. Icho>:1.Mrs..
with said whilethe.
leader. : Debbie Godwin reporter -the Clay Electric conference. Last weekend. Mr. and The mbershlp voted to brought the ball out to the The third quarter was a repeat unfamiliarity Bayless that McGlave, who Is also
with the new offensive and I team to : defensive
didn't live his -
; Cheryl Tomes president room. All members are askedto Mrs. Chester Moody, Mr. and omit any plane for a Hill.v seven. A series of, attampted performance of the second defensive formations and'' up Pius i PTA Membership Chairman.

; Angela Payne, refresh- attend. Mrs. James Jackson Mr. and wcert .r > this year, but? have rushes combined with, an with Newberry adding a Instituted Coach expectations on announces that membership
plays by I they received a
anent chairman: ; Tina Bickle. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Mrs. Bud Beeler, Mr.: and reinstated the Game-Fvn Day. equal number.>'--declined touchdown via a 34 yard run cards will be available at the
Bayless. One of the brighter real test In this departmentand
;rice president and de'.tIonalja1rnian Thursday. Sept. 21: Be Mrs. George Massa and Mr. The next one will be hci-l, on penalties, found! Keystone and another Getzn field first meeting. As In the past,
spots was the performance: of i the overall speed' oflIfewberry's
; and Frances sure to attend the first meet- and Mrs. Ed Bennett .enjoyed !Sept.: 23 at 1:30: at S.. Anne's backed up on their own five goal from the 21. No serious there will\ be a me.cb' r Donnie Baker In his first [ team the"big
well secretary.Not in photos ing of the PTA at 8 pm.. a boat cruise on the Inland Parish Hi'l. Those Intc n-.H-fJ, yard line. Batits (j'avetbelr threats were made by either was drive contest between the VAr-
John McOrath council In the Keystone cafetorium, waterway. In play' Bingo, p *.n. provide <- first breathing room by team In the final quarter varsity appearance as querI I Factor in Newberry's favor. lOUd home rooms, with a sub-
I terback. Jeff Baits' punts I He said 'he pleased .with
[elegate. A reception for the returningand Harold Snellen end his an ILexpensive prize punting out to the 50. Key and the game ended with the was I'uDttal prize awarded to the
instrumental in rescuI I the Murrhee,
were performance of
Mrs. Ernest Tomes and new teachers will be held roommate, Tom croon. have T..e F-iliwahlp C'ui: 'ook- stone's defense held on the 27-0 score. winner., More details concern
ing the Indians on several i Qrayson.: M. Johnston.
*>trs.: Dick Dewey have volunteered following the meeting.\ The returned to Carson-Newman out will he held it Larsen 48. forcing the first of Get- Everything wasn't :as black andi: Ing thlt- contest will\ u" furnished -
occasions. He will undoubtedly I Bayless said practice this
theLr services In help- public is Invited! to attend. College in Jeffersoi City, Grove on October 5. Bring zen's two punts. The, game as the statistics indicated. : at a later date.
I prove to be the best week will concentrate
trig students coordinate their Friday Sept. 22: The Keystone Tenn. Tom had been visitingat your own. table service. A .

Jans.. Heights Woman's, Club Harolds' home prior to charge of CO centi will be i .
I Regular monthly meetingf will sponsor a "Back-to- returning to college. made. Fellowship begins at Tesk Louise .Helfrich. Josl, -VYVyvyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyINDIAN I II specs are starting bite out you can't possibly :see if. ,a fundamentals and timing In (

the club will be held at School" party at 10 a. m.. In Last Monday, Mr. and'Mrs. 11 a.m., with luncheon services' Mathews. Krlstle Carr. Brenda In deep water. Mr. anl I Mrs. car Is coming.! order to eliminate the excessive -

'::30 p. m. on the first Mon- the Municipal Building. A Bill Slmeral. of Lake Brook- 12:15.: : Odom, Tom Whltton BEACH L[ E. Purdy of Flint. Mich Well. the boat; I51Od5cI: yards lost in penalty.
lay. The rooms above ThelsIV cafeteria-style lunch will be lyn went to welcome Robert COMMUNITY CHURCH Richard Corbin. Charles I have moved Into one of the and the fishermenare', waitIng Friday the Indians enter-

Center have been, made held at 12 noon. If you are McCllntock, HI, back to the The first? general meeting BranUey.. Arnold Reed and I Griffin's cabins until March1st. for me, so we are' going tain Greenville In another
Available for meeting. end Interested in having a lot of states after his tour of dutyIn of, the Church Women for the Mr and: Mrs.,' Chuck, Klnzei (L&ceRtpisi) They are retired and to try our luck bugging to- conference game Greenville -
$jnembers are busy organizing fun playing bridge, canastaor the Mediterranean. Rob- fall season was well attended and children.! ;''' Mark: Linda.,, Byi Michael H. Chltty have come to Florida, to night. Hope we have better was the only conference

scrabble, please Contact returned aboard the Bleglow on Sept. 11 In. the educational and ruoe. Ph. 475-1171 ,pen.: the winter. luck than' we did Saturday. team to defeat Keystone last

Mrs. David Nelson, at 473411 [destroyer]. which will be (building. Members enjoyed Mrs. Edna Williams and .AA_A_ _AA_ _"'_''' _A_ AAAAA Members and guests! of Until next week, here's. Le- I year, and the Indians will be
*, for reservations. It Is docked at Mayport. His par- getting better acquainted with daughter, Linda have returned I Circle 2 of the Keystone eon. hungry for revenge.! This
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS hoped that the men of the ents. Lt. Cmdr. and :Mrs the new pastor and his wife .'.- from a visit!: with her Greetings friends this Is Heights Community Church LEEON'S CORRNER should prove to be the best

community will also participate Robert McCllntock, II, and Rev. and Mrs. Leon Mllner. brother; in South Dakota. your frustrated, disappointed," met at the home of the "The Effect of Beer on game the fans will see ac

in the fun I his Iiance. Kathy Adams all Mrs. MIlner presented the devotional Mrs. (Jo :Reed, will!! leave rolling-reporter with the \chairman, Mrs. T. L. :Nor Some Folks" home this year.

Friday, Sept. 22: Bingo will of Orlando. and his sister,, :, and the pastor gavean October 1 to attend t the National .- news wood. Mrs. Irene Wllhems is Rah! raht rah I sis boom N K
be held at 7:30: p. m., In the Mrs. Dianne Ball of Gainesville Interesting talk on his experiences Association of Bank My uncle, Alfred Hudsonof co-chairman of the Circle. bah I First downs 14 3

recreational room fair-con were also on hand to as a chaplain In Women Convention in Denver Gainesville, was down last Mrs. Kathleen Mclnnes, Some people would stand Yards rush 145 33

ditioned] of St. Wt'llam's! I greet him. The entire group I Greenland and other locations. Colo, There >wll first be Friday and Saturday. We daughter Patricia and her and cheer. Yards Pass 133 13
Catholic Church. This is opento celebrated Miss Adams'' ADVANCE DATES a pre-conventlon tour of the fished nearly all day both daughter all from Ocnla visited Because they:'always net their Passe 8-29 2-14

the public* birthday at Jacksonvllli The Executive,Board. of the Rocky Mountains, with the days,.,and never caught anything Reba Norsworthy on kicks Passes Intercepted!! :. 2
MELROSE KEYSTONE WOMAN'S Beach. I Church Women will meet at convention ,beginning on The worst thing about -Wednesday Pat will )bt visiting From drinking a bottle of Fumbles lost 2 2

''GOLF' Alec Livingston, son of Mr. 1 p.m. Monday.. Sept. 23: Including October 4th and ending it was we could see the bass her mother for a few beer. Punts 2-32 5-39

-, On Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Gay Livingston of: all elected and appointed October ',. Mrs. Reed Is cash- and bream striking every- weeks. When some folks Mart to Score by quarters
Sept. 17, 50 guests attendedthe Nelson's Point left last Friday officers, and circle ier of the Keystone State where, and they Just would Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Revels drink Newberry 71010027

BUSINESS Keystone Heights Wom for Florida Atlantic Unlversity. !- \chairmen. Bank. not bite. They were feedingon of Lakeland, were visiting his They drink It Just like water. Keystone 00000

an's Club Annual Open In Boca Raton where The Bazaar Workshop will The first meeting of the the tan Mayflies, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Even though most; of them
House held of he will mornings Melrose PTA will bft' held when one hit. the water he E. W. Revels know
at the home start his junior year: I continue on Wednesday I and Mrs. over ,
DIRECTORY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuber In Business Administration. at 10:3O through' Octo- Monday. Sept. 25 at 8 o'clockaf was as good as dead. They -the' "weekend'Mrs.. Revels' "', -they1reey) .'shouldn't. MURRHEEInsurance '
of 'Clover 'Lane from 3 to 5 Residents of Keystone ber. The 'VuVuday! evening\ the 'school. 'Melrose'principal : :- were even Jumping out of the sisters Mrs. J. E. Stricklandof oughtter( ,.

p. m- Heights are happy to wel- workshops have' been 'discon O W. Parsons, Mil introduce water after the. file and Mershan, Oa., Mrs. T. C. Since they like It so much Agency

BEAUTY SHOP The guests. who Included ,come Father and Mrs. WllI I tinued due to lack of Interest. the new teachers and catching'them In the air... :Roeler; of Waycross, Ga., and They!; really just don't ,care.\ Richard Marches Agt.
dignitaries of the community,, llam Issac Jones end their ,Please get your special recipesIn explain any new policies After we tried every halt we J her!; niece Mrs. W. C. Knightof They drink and'drink, and General Insurance
were greeted at the door by daughters. Nell Sally and! I to Mrs. William Warren which might be In effect this had. we finally gave up and I Waycross, Ga., were also 1 drink Fire' Casualty MarlM

KEYSTONEBEAUTY President Khiva. Nelson Mrs. Martha. Father Jones Is the I as the booklet? goes to press year. All parents and persons went home. visiting them. Until they can't leave; their.. Auto Bond
SHOP Earl Voylls Mrs. Sara :Mc- new priest at St. Anne'; I noon. Mrs. William Walz Is Interested! in the school are As if the fish wore not Mrs. Earl Voyles and her chair. Keyvtone Helchto ....,.

Donald, and Mrs. Julius Episcopal Church in KeyI. I still hoping that more folk urged to attend. enough to "bug" ,Anyone, daughter Peggy attended the It makes most of 'them grow ,

BdHta Johnso.. Owner Hanson. Mrs. Albert Bach- J stone. He will also be conducting will bring in stamp books This is Christian Education now the news Is rapidly\( de uarterly Conference of the bigger, I
..- Personal mann assisted Mrs. Schuber services in Waldo. tamps, or" part of books so week at the :Melrose Metho- creasing. I&'s beginning to I Church, of Jesus Chrtat of In a certain place.

A Creative in entertaining. Father Jones and his family she may send. them on to Migrant dist Church. Special coursesof look like it's going to belong a Latter Day Saints in Jack'sonville. '- And some: of them get so(fat SCHEDULEOF

Hair Styling HERE N' THERE come to Keystone from Falls Headquarters Chairman. Christian Studies are be- slow winter. I; ) Mrs. Voylfs was "Till It really Is a disgrace. SERVICES
....ldoal Beauty par* Mrs. Frank Otttnger Is I Church, Va. The Family Dinner will :beheld ing held at the First Methodist During, ,the week we were I playing In a golf tournament But I guess it Is okay .

nv-v Form of Beauty Culture spending this month with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley I at 6:30: p.m. on October I Church in Gal sv1lle. visited by: Mr. and Mrs. n Jasper over tttie weekend. If you happen to like It

Open Tuea-Sat. 9-o; friends and relatives In Massachusetts. returned to their home on..i in the educational building. Melrooe Win Opener C3-8 Charlie [Chicken .Man] Bras- English and Romania Milan People drink -different. PARK

Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn last week /\. covered dish supper will bel The Melrose Mustangs opened well of Starke were down of Jacksonville, were ways of-the
Miss Peggy Hewitt and after visiting friends and nerved with Mrs. McDonald's the football season witha Wednesday; A. B. an/} Katie lown at their lake place over Some folks even spike it

Carl Hewitt, children of Mr. relatives In Ohio. In Galla- Ircle as hostesses.EASTERN 53.6 'victory over Jacksonville Howard of Starke, were here he weekend. While here So If you really like It, PALMS'SUNDAYS
BOATS MOTORS and Mrs. Carl Hewitt of polls. they visited will Mrs... !!: STAR Christian at Melrose! Friday night; and Jean and Jiey visited thir daughter 00 ahead and holler and

BILL'S MARINESALES Keystone Heights, left Sat Bradleys' brother-in-law and Members are reminded to Friday night. Tony Ball and eon Shawn of ind son-in-law Beverly and cheer '

urday for the University of I later, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ;heck your year book for the The first time Me'rose got Keystone vlsltedi Sunday Also rlugh: Fletcher In Gainesville.\ And go out and quench. your 1100; .A.M. 7:30: P.M.
&: SERVICE: Tennessee. Peggy will enter I Grover. In Springfield, thev t First fall meeting" of the chapter control of the 'ball, Jim Alvarez Otis Melton and Odessa Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Benton thrist. '

'The Fun Fleet's In" hr Junior year at ths U. of visited Mr. Bradleys sister, t on Oct. 3. The regular ranr 28 yards to, ,begina McConaghy of Hampton, visited lave moved from the lake With a cold bottle of beer THURSDAYS

Service & Farts. for Tenn. In Knoxville and Carl! J Mrs. Owen Fulton and fam1 1 business meeting will be con- 'scoring spree that would us briefly Sunday night' i nto Gainesville, to be nearer Since it's none of. my, busi- 7:30 P.M.

AU Outboard will begin his freshman year J ily. Their last visit was in lucted ""by Worthy Matron net him 5 touchdowns for the after bringing me home from hir work The Bentcms are ness, FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

Chrysler Lone Star Boat at the Univ. of Tenn., In I Cincinnati, where they vis- jerakUne":: Jackson.PERSONALS game. Eddie St. John passedto church. a tdoptlng, two nieces whose I will say goodbye for now. TEACHING
Motors Martin. We wish them both J Ited Mrs. Bradley's cousin, I Greg Huff for the extra Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stevensof nother died recently. So go and drink all you
Chrysler a most successful rear of J Miss Frances EUker. It i I. nice to welcome home point. A .few minutes ,later Jacksonville, were visiting Tuesday Mother, OranJ- want. AU Services: Held In The

(Corner Rte. 21 &: 26 studies. Mrs. John T. Phillips\ has 2 nany vacationers, Including when the : Mustangs again the I Lucky Lutgena Sunday. nother Copeland and I vls- And l get Just as big New Bible Center
Melrose, 475-4851 Mr. and:' Mrs. Alex Brokas I returned home after spendIng J Mrs. Esther Krueger of White got possession'4! ;the ball,! The Lutgens' went bugging ted Mr. and Mrs. Alfred COWl IJ I -, ." /ftf -al.

returned last week from trip I! three weeks visiting In 1 Feather Court who was away Alvarez caughtt a.pass. ,from Saturday night and caught rludaon: in Gainesville, and(
CLEANERS which took them to Wichita I and around her old home C ver three months In the north St. John and tan4O jrardM to 35 bream, and Danny and ttended to some )l-uslneaa.

State College, Kan., where 1 town. Murphy, N. C. In the C:ountry of Illinois and WIs- score once again Mr. Alvarez got 24 Sunday Ufred came home with us,'

Keystone their son Stephan, will enter I Smokey Mountains.. Phillips 4 consin.: Alvarez scored ,three .more night. a,nd he and 'I are fishing
his freshman year of college ] as a retired!. employe of Mrs. Hazel Clark and Mrs. TD-running! 20( and. 60 -yardsto :Jade Lou and T. C. Miller igain. this week. I

Cleaners, Inc. with an athletic scholarship. I the: Champion Sparkplug Co., ..lUbert Nelson are back with score and cnC "ora', pass were In Jacksonville Tuesday Mrs. W. E. Kite was vislt- I I [ FOLLOWINGIN

a. K. Davl.I They also visited friends and I n Detroit, Mich. They bought 'Ja again.It good for 35 yards.. Other seeing/ Dr. Hastings. Jack'sdoctor ng Judge and :Mrs. Nelson
I Bvery' Dry Cleaning Service relatives in Ohio and Pennsylvania 1 a. home In Keystone after i is good news to hear that Mustangs scoring >r- touchdowns In Palatka, wanted n Jacksonville last week. '

Laundry Finish or Fluff before they returned I looking around for five I Inonthe. Mr. and Mrs. James Hether- were Greg Huff. cur-: him', to see an Orthopedist. Hiey gave her a Ch'.huahuauppy \

| 2 Day Service home. I .' ngton former Keyatoners are 5ftjWe&t.I and David .ToAlln-. Dr. Hastings' 'took some more J;> to keep !her: company.
I Pick Up and! Delivery We received a nice letter. returning: as Jim 10 to work I ,1 X-rays of Jack's root and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. H. DAD'SFOOTSTEPS'

Kerrtone Height .,a-IOM from Mrs. A. T. Dasher, of igain. "at the DuPont plant. The only score for Jack- says that part ,of the stingeris >avis of Gainesville were : .
Lake City and formerly of 3oth Jim and Gloria were aeI I sonville came froi 5 'a IV yard still in there, and: If It. (inner: guests of the Kites.

CONCRETE Keystone who reported: that NEWS NOTES Jve members of the Conunuilty run up the middleby! John breaks. open again he may /irs: Kite la spending a few
she looks forward to the Church Choir.vyyyvvvvyyyyyyyyyvv.. Strand In the third Quarter., face more surgery. 'Saturday lays in Jacksonville this '
Hawthorne Concrete weekly edition of KevstoneHllltes. By Helen Ecao Duplicate Bridge, the Millers visited Dr. and 111I i'eekbefore son ,Rodney "-, ,

& Supply Inc. We would !like tota.ke ,- _. Winner of ','the Metros I Mrs. W. S. McIntosh and t,urns home to start to Santa

this opportunity to I TCLLOWSHIP: Duplicate Bridge Club last !i family In Daytona. While F'41 Jr. College next week..
RED examinedfor
thank Mrs. Dasher for her William Beam MELROSEBy week were: lit. place. Mrs. there. T. C. was Brainard Harvey is a pa-

MIXCONCRETE ..correspondence, and hope s at the September was guestipeaker 14 : g. loom and Mrs. A. lArsen: new glasses.Sunday', they .,lent in the Alachua General Dad has high hope,. that Junior will not only
Dam to fish
Hwy.- 20 W. Hawthorn that we hear from her againIn c overed dish luncheon In the Joyce RowsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA lad place. Mrs. Paley Boyd but went they to Owano were not biting. lospltai; where he underwent "follow in his footsteps," but will go even further,

c 481-2932: 2031 the near future. 1\\ Dasher said that her and Is the brother of Mrs.
Mrs. Mrs. Oay Livlngst-m larvey
sting report, illustrated with < slow. Junior shall have thebest education that
NURSERY_ __: daughter Jo-an. will be visiting Ildra, of his tour" of the Mrs. .Ray Sternest; 4th place,, was and Dee Des Morris C>wen Bryant. The ilryants ,, moneycan
friends and Mr. and Mrs. Vtrgle Rowe Bunny their daughter buy! -
with her relatives "olcanlc lands of U-e West Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs. ere visiting ,
O.C. Carries Nursery? in Keystone, tie last I ndles. and children Danny Dexter, p.. T Rogue have been down -with the n Gainesville! over the week-; still "
"We While Junior ia sized
week of September. Jo-an Is and Debbie, visited Mrs. flu this week. e nd. I "pint the practicalDad
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I < At thi busineu
Florahoma meeting
EOwmy 100. presently employed in Ft. Rowe's parents, Mr': and Mrs. they're i feeling better! now" lets up' a program of systematic savings here
and Tammy
:M lilIes SB of Stark.tiareery _; v irhlch followed, president Roberts'was visiting LInda Len
Stock -, Thousand* I Stewart and also works as a J'ullm Hr.naon introduce new Drant Rothhammer in Cedar ,THE RIGHT POINT for th George days L ynn Swearlngen were down that will add up to what/'it takes for college when

i>t Plant A Fruit Tre- to part-time beauty operator In nHinesvUle nembers. :.tr.: and Mr CMr' Cey! Sunday. It was the firstime I the way you write. Come In lat th Morris-family week. He''Is ,being a. few trans- rom 'Jacksonville over the the time cornea. \' .-I.JA&
Roth hammers
that the
fcfcooM from. Nle Shade Trees : Ga., where she Is 'I'ltu, lirn Betsy Bo/MI and :and select year favorite ES- ferred to Dallas Texas,. .by )/eekend\ visiting with their I '10 .
tovergreeiu Landscape ,1 DOW- making her home. 1\Jr. an3>rs. A. P. Ha'.lman.: had seen the twins. TERBROOK!: fountain pe... his p.areht Mr. and Mrs. Fred I : BANK SERVICES
Mr.\ : and Mrs. Bill Ovtinger ITws Rowes also visited company. { -
Plant.*. All In container 1\frs. Geoige Watson who isacatlor.ir.g TELEGRAPH. (weartngen. I .,
Michael of Oainesrtlle. vir. and Mrs. Frank Well and Betty Griffin says.. "Th
Camellia I and son. v here, was a vtJlt- Yarbroulrhs
; Tant anytime. The Russell Savings *Night... Depository Personal LoansChecklng
their In Williston. They fishing is picking up now.
spent part vacation ramlly
i*aleaa 0 r. It was a welcome: back, for rerv down over the weekend I
landscapingI 'I with Bill's parents, the t:he o'l1''t: Ferrelln. and at sere accompanied by Chester Three duty officers from the *Auto
;*-.es u de your stationed at C leaning up their lakefront Loans Safe Deposit
r' La. (
884-1195 J Frank!" Ottlngers, last week. tI he time, members re- Wesley. Shangri
I Phone : same
ro-vl ncet 1 ''iking trees out and retting
John Hoon son of Mr. and retted to hear" of the :illness Miss Debbie Reed aucher 'F Il .. dock
to In
USED CARS 1 'iI = 0. We also noticed lot of I
I jon's Point left Monday for atient in Bradford County I leed recently celebrated! her au.. .".. _,. out ; 7 12| and a 2 pounder and a
I Hanks Used Cars I aoot camp with the Marine j.p J foapttal end Mrs. Jiff, Oa-itry! I.2th birthdaY' with a cwlmnlng ,',,.) .,..- ....... lost 4 more. Roy caught a. 8 f 111 work being done on Carl KEYSTONE, STATE BANKMember
':r- 1 I)[ursts lot over the weekend. ,
3orps:::: at Parris Island. 8. C. w'ho unj'I went ,surgery for a party and cook out at I pounder Saturday. Mr. Leonard ,
I BIG: CASH Ma ad- Ii home Lake Swan. P'ol- of Jacksonville. a 8 We called Mrs. ChAStain:
We are giving you h Ip' frac'ire! af Ala:.liy. Con- ter on FU."Your
I F.D.I.C. Keyston Height .
TERMS'sUY I I Setter Homm Furniture Co. a bout the tall weeds that line .
TRADE (iress! where you can drop' him el ral. William Reynolds Sr.l" owing the cook out, there pounder Castle Barrl.iger of
SELL slumber for the 1209 8. Edcewood Aye.' a 7 pounder, 0 ur road, and she promised:
I i line at your earliest con- w a* transferred to Mason 111 rae a party Jacksonville, Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
I Rfc I Bo. 90 Jack onyme,, Florida' J2205 Merrll\ tC> try to get them cut for us. ..
gtarfce ,renlence: Pvt. John IILM: anor[ nursing home In Jack- .Iris. Those attending Includd and James Arthur "
.Hwy.' 100 S MOM S. ]Moon, 2397289 A Company.; : Diane Martin, Wendy |'caught a I 13| pounder. The orne of them below us are!I CaiRmunity.f .
.. round ten feet high: anal
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:22 i I lit.( 1 otiit" ipntinit group. :Name; In which, aaessi. (>d "," 41/ U. !' Vlodn', .Houn. .e i '..I". II I ?.
Cor ,, ,. I \II ,"I I ... ,.1 l ,VI "I", (.ty h'luK
Stopped HM| xliull !h oumpuuluil by Helen Bin' I tin ---- .
jh I Deadline For ASC Committee Conference: St. Augustine, hiil h,mil in the Amount of ,I All nf said( property being! Iii, the t ",,11,1\1', Ilrndto'' .
I .. ... of liraUfrml.Stati '. huller Drppll."u. Mar 'l'ot ,,iily ut 1'1..' hili.Un ..
j at Lake City: Live Oak at "o "C t iii 10101,1'1" and maniapuYuhle I In the County .
In Rain Stormj I i" tit. Uoarda. nt PubHi ) I of Florida.rnlrfs Itertl I..aM' ,nil,,'h vorllticute .orrertifl'n
Bollea, .
.. redeemedaarol'dhlg
111 P X.n hll
Inmi in'tlim of the pnrrlriopailntt ( sui-ti. .t-Prtlflt-at rtrirtlf Mi uI t ItMl In >ri I.III..M' .KKi. .U that, "tea Hhllil Inw I the property
Non-conference Deland at i 'to
Election Set For 22nd d dFarmers : ; districts. Tin HIH' 'rossfulMililci eht ill be 'odoemodrucurillnHT .
Initos i .
: Sept.t ; ,. 'r. .1 I Alderamtrr, tin' hultlorVltlHT d'rlhllli In shah,. Ifinalo 0""
St, Wllllain'a Sunday' Causes Wreck Palalka, Santa Fe at StfUk. ."' will b.l 1"11111',1'| ID finnlnh "- to lau the |irr>u'''itjrdusirlbed of t Iii.. follt ....ruth-ut".. OMI.tiriCULlw Will UO sold' fcw the
Daytona. Seabreeze! at Orange : :I fin: iiri'optHbli' i prrfurmnnee: i; In sut'h elO.tllI..LO. or h.. filed sold, nertlfloatMK. for l highest bidder. at the come
Mass: 7:30: a. m: WfMesdayMas ,, and payment. bond iiriual to certificates will t>u surd to theliliruest 11. tax,, deed t.* bi IHHUIMI thertwn *- h"UH"lour..n/ the firstMondnr .
7 I reminded thatFriday isters List of eligible voters I Park. lou;;t 4 of the i ( intiai prhc, exit bidder at tlio court The ertlflrnt niimbemand month of October.'
and Novena i..n. are Five persons were Heated utiMt b .... : : In
) a Hiirnty i.ampunyInennd ); niiM. door on the first M.luy ofOctober
Sept. 22. is the last In the county are available and released from the Bradford I I in lo business. In < In month of October, 19(17( scrlptlon years at of tun Issuanoe. propurtv, the and d I'ldT' Which 1V87.Dated Is. the and day

Community Church Rev .day: for voting in the election for public inspection :n the County Hospital Saturday Policeman Wins Florida" 'hI0") ) Is 'the :2nd day ot October the names In which It wits .aaiteswid 2Sth of Auwust -
The |"'|iurtin nl ir-servea the 191?. this :! day
/eon P MIl er:, minister. Mrs of ASC committeemen ASCS county office night Sept. 9. after a i right! tt> i"d..t< any or nil bids' uf are as followatCpitiriiati 49117SKAL. .
George Canova, organist. :MraWUMam Mrs. June Chapman Count Anyone who believes tha t collision resulted from a. car I j High School uniltalvn. I I"'h I1ICIIIJUell., par Dated. 19117.IMSAI. .this day Auit- !' .So 4J. Tear! atIssuanie () : .)
Warren., Secretary'. Office Manager Agricultural' he !is eligible to vote but wh stopped on the pavement on:) Mohematlu",'rfnrmll, nell prawliiHS Mpeclflutlons| IUdn-, .) I ( of Property' T A cliHiloH, "' A. Darby

Sunday School. 0:40: a. m Stabilization and) Conservation has not received a ballot 1 is: U. S. 301 near Highland In ai lit l.III.tlIIIIII to llullillnir Nystoms Charli-s. A. Darby, 210' HQ In > Diploma At 57Veteran Cleric of Circuit Court, of of "Ie I. Hide 34. T-5-H H-J2-:! County .Klorld.i
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.. Service. :axplained urged to get in touch with heavy rain storm. I nViilliililii Cnmponant tit the Contriu-tors offluu' of 8NIItnnrn are I', llriulford County Florida. 13 I (1 Acre) Uy llaulah M Moody. D C

Nursery"" at 11 a> "manly PCryte e I that ballots were mailed! on the ASCS county office Im Florida Highway Patrolman 11. Avunt. lIul1<1In". 201 By Heuluh M Moody IJ C. N nii'M In which, avsusmidl' 9/7 4t /aIT'S

September 12 to all eUglblevotf'rs mediately. W E. Sundberu charRed City Policeman W.'Mi I I'urk Av'rll", TiiUiiliassnn 1iii<'
PloridiiKlnrlila -----
of record. They must Mrs Chapman urges farm Mrs. Magaly Fernandez. 34 Johnny M. Barden, 51.. won Mtttte Ui'piu' tmont' of

-PreIlb7ferbm be returned to the ASCS ers to be sure to lgn the I with parking on a nlgnway his high school diploma Aug. )l.clm'nttonUnyd; ,,'

Faith Presbyterian Church coT$\nty office by mall or statement on the back of the Her 1900 Chevrolet station 10 from the American SchoolIn T. Christian, ;:J..
-Rev J. R. Neale Jr., min Hupvrliitundtmt' EASY TO WRITERESULTPRODUCING
in person not later than outside envelope containingthe wagon was struck in Chicago Ill. I
:later. MM. W. A. Wallace, or- ,
Sept. 22. Qualified voterjD ballot for the committee by a 1963 Chevrolet Barden graduated rlth a to1Icr.lt'TuN

janist; Mrs: Carl 'Swisher, }D:), the election are ill farmrs election. This statement Is a by George Washington driven I. 91 average after ,completing ] I WANT ADS
H mmmev org-anlslu : ; I / OK: awn ((2)) supervlaura -
J In
ranchers who eligible certification that the ballo t through 12
grades one
Sunday School\ 9k. turn. and are 44. of Lawtey : for terms.. of four (4)) : ,
to take part in one or was marked by the farmer Griff was not Injured'' but 2's>> years. He also holds a years such, for Bradford "Soil

(Sunday Morning, (Nursery Worship: open-11 both a.m. more of the farm programs/ personally without undue Influence his wife. Mrs. Hazel Sapp,I previously won decree In Irltt and Wuter Conservation 1>1 111' Follow these!' simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better ,results:

which the committee .dinin- by any person. was taken to the hospital; by crime detection from the Institute Oetobnr" 1 a. Itatl
hour.Eplwopet..) a: private car. of Applied Science in l urnuant to the Hull and WliterConstrvutlon Remember a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship in print. .
Art, Chapter nee .
All four occupants in the Chicago when he took cour- und
Florida !Statutes! of illl'l'
St -Aoane' Rev. W. ,W ...TTTTY.YYYYYYTTYYYY99THERESSA )Hnnie! Fay Swindi'M: of station wagon, Mrs. Fernandez ses in police photography. 'hunter 2H/lq/ of lllnl, and nil Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when )elli.ng .

':.nr Saint \[:;.." was an husband hand and type writing inden- amenduil, 1H65/ notice la hereby.
vicar. her and 3-year- ;
fVorstall. ,
>r night of Sue 'hi-i., given of un plKiitlon. to be holdon friends and neighbors about what you have. to- offer
Morning Prayer and berman '! guest old son, and another passenger tlflcatlon. fire arms, fingerprinting fjctobor 12. 1U67 for the t -
daughter! of Mi and Mrs etc. election of: Two ((2) supervlsma
York ,
all from New City.
2nd and 4th Sundays : -. .t I for terms of. four (4)) I
W" .tr: Swlnd.> ln Friday taken to the hospitalby Officer Barden named sev- Don't Abbreviates Don't be I'enn-\VlHe and I'uuadFouU..b -
'::3O jn. (nursery open): vuurs each
By LInda Crawford Mr and Mr Bill rntlllps.vf ,
ambulance.The eral persons for assistance Polllnff Planes): :
Eucharist and
Holy senuoi ridleburg' anent tho weck- Farmer Mutual' K.xcHiinijB.Htnrke Surveys and studies prove that most
In his high school
tat and 3rd Sundays, 9:301: a. aWVAA4 AAA/AAAAIJ.d ."!",1! with Ma.:.:levPackham:\ \ station wagon toppedIn obtaining ,. Florida. Want Ad readers do not like or underIt! makes good common sense to eliminate
the outside lane of the degree: his wife, 011Mae .J,. Orouery.Hrooker .
m. ( ). Church N. O ""YOM.
nursery open stand abbreviations Make it forpeople Want
whl' Rev..1 Mrs. Merle Florida ; ) easy unneeded words from your
Hope Buptlxl Churl lane Barden. John Simpson Mrs.
southbound traffic
School, 9:30: ajn. "Holy Eu- Cal KSam we-f visiting friends J. I., Waters (h-oiery, to respond to your ad ruin thedon't
School} 10 Mildred Ad, but make sure you don't
8 Sunday a.m.; about .1 miles south of Highland Fancher, Mrs. disc
ahal'lBt, a.m. each Sunday. aWti'y Florida them
Evening Prayer, 7:30: Morning Worship 11 a.m.; i I' :-'M' .nes Ci about 10:40: p. m. Sat- Pass, and P. T. Nolln. Polllnlf pianos. ) will Ho open keep guessing effectiveness of your Want Ad by making .
pm .
). L. Crawl-'r' and children, I .. ations.
J 11:110
Ii twnen the hours .C : a m.
Training 6.30
Unlpn mEvening" Is
each Sunday. EYC, 6:30: p.m. : p ; '. urday night The ttatlon Barden now a radio OP- It inconvplete.: Remember, you're not
,melded' 1 ( the : to ill game I InOrange and GOO: p.m.
each Sunday Worship 7l45: p.m.; last Fridaynl4h' wagon was knocked 110 feet erator for the Police Department All qualified lector residing< placing: : a Want Ad to save money .

Wednesday nlgtt Prayer Serv- park Crawford'brother' the. point of impact Into the where he holds down : within the. District shall election.beeligible Put Yourself IB the ProHpncts Shoeit you're inserting your ad to get!,, results
I Dally offices of Morningand ice; 7:30: p.m.; with choir Mr. the midnight to shift, to- vote In thIN
median strip.Trooper 8 a. m.
I I' ,. iid. Crawfo.f', is a coachat A qualified elector as defined Give full Information and all the detail and make money. Making your ad too
Evening: Prayer 8:00: a.nt practice afterwards.A Sundberg said visibility In the Florida H ( PaiK about what you have to offerDescribe short may save a few pennies
tnd 5:00: p.m. revival will b> held ut Lange Aft Includes any person '
LamSus.. of Mr. was reduced! considerably In ; your offering in benefit terms you dollars In results.
\VIne\ son -
: .onstltn-
Hope BaJtSst\ Church Cogir- by the heavy rain! and Notlua Of .tnnllftutlon. Of 1'.1 eleeliuna. undertrflit. .. .
> Boone, was prospects why offersatisfies
-LutheranLutheran dH.. 25. and !Mrs. Dev \ Deed .. this. state' your ; To Order Your Adi
nlng Monday night, Sapp failed to see the parked lion and Statutes of And It Is" Easy "
Cburch of Key- through Oct. 1. Coiductin the .>n overnight guest at the Nee l If.l.III.. I". 5. who In also a landowner In their needs." Give sizes, dimensions J
r ...nr..., of Mr. "nd Mrs G L vehicle. until too late to Notice Is horfliy given that the herein named District. capacity, condition, advantage. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will \\
stone Heights KJchaxd : Kr
; Vicar, services will be Br > Billy stop ;Ur T J., Alderman tho' holder It. N. Morris, Administrator
Meyer; minister. !y Services will begin at 7:30: a.riord and .ur--/' Saturday rtf the (oillnwlnir iTertiflcnCes I State Hull and Water And don't forget pries! Want Ada help you word your ad for best possible i

f n.. rJghtly.PEKSOV. ni?ht. inn. tll..d/ laid cBrtlflcHtes. for Conservation Board without price are 50% lees effective results. All you do la pick up your .
Divine worship"Sunday 11 p .
Star Conference a tax deed to hn Issued t1f"- /81 2t 9/28
011. The. Mlflrntd. nnmbareand than ads with price. telephone and they do the rest.
a. m. Holy Communion 3nd \:.S VTntn .
YTYTYTTTYTY years' of Issuunae, the dttrlptlon
Sunday of each month. Mr. and Mrs. Wi or 5\vn-! Openers Won By of thp property und
the: names. In whloli, It was as.oared :\.II..H Of Apullrntlon, Fur TMSee.
hI! and family v'*.te'l Mr. and $1 For 15 Words
PalatkaThe Only
Lake .
Services' held each Sunday: HAMPTONBy City, nrA as follows: Deed
Jirs.' J. H. Swtnd6" and family Cectlfle Not 83. Taw otfssnatlfe .. l.t.lU. F. N. I
St. AnneY
at BhlscopaJ
1963Disrrlptnn Notice Is hereby (given that
: Glenn
of Saint Mary, SLtJ.i' -
Church 4C0y u>n. eights HicksAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAAAI Lak City Tigers and of Prnpertf, Lute Mr. T. ;J Alderman. the holdup
Fbi : y'. Jo Ann .Palatka Braves won the first 10, 11. 11 In ''T-vptsvlllo SKC H5, of the following c-ortlfluatus, TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS
Mr and Mis O. r-S-S. said, certificates. for
R. Zelyle- B-lf-H ((15 Aoies' haM filed
games In the Florida Star Xum. tn uhlth .ssud b.. leaned. thereon .
,! 0; In.e. vlIle Mr. and! ass n tax deed to
a an
Baptist Conference. Lake City hammered Scott I Stronr KstAll The certificate numbers I
Worship service *!! Sunday lit', W. E, Da'ipier"' and Mis. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas a good Orange Park uf saltl property", ttelnjr In and years o-f Issuance.. the ilemrlptlon GET RESULTS
Ttlla Oampler were Sunday of the County, of Bradford, "Httttoit of the propeity and
14 a. m.. 7:30: p.m.Ius, .ery Wadsworth and daughter Raider team. 10-7 while! the Ii-lorlcn] the names In which It was aaussed -
open, k P lair! of Mr. add, Mra. J. D. Bunnell spent the weekend Braves walloped the Bolles Unless such, certlflfBtd. or are as follows:
Gri.'ls, and fa.cilr.Kr'heilne with Mrs. Frances Wads- prtlrli( ulex' shah he 'redeemed Ortlficale No. CO Tear of PHONE 964-6305 -
Sunday School. 0,43 a. m. Bulldogs of Jacksonville 32-6. I !
; ) 3'eta/ ol Lxw-' ircordlna to law the propertyloHcrlhril Tsstiantn" 1485.Deacriptlon) I
tnursery open]. Training: Dbv wOl.th. In other games Involving' In such certifli.ate. of Property BUG!
try visited Su' White, clau h- Mr. and Mrs. Wllllard Live Oak or cvrtlflcntx will hn sold to COV of HR <::01ot( Lot CD, ........ I
Florida Star teams _
Ion 6:30: p. m. nursery[ ; opa.il >e.or: Mr. and Mis. Walter of Hawthorn3 have the: hlRhrnt. bidder. at the court, N 100'. W 100', ,R 100' H 1IW to I =- A --4-
Rev Lawrence Carroll. Thomas had no trouble whipping IOUSA door on the first M<."- 1'OH __'a R('_ 2 a. !"-KH. TtaM 1
Svlt: :.eil, Friday night.
> \
: purchased the Kirchaine: non-conference Madison 33 day' In month of Octabor! 1067
paetow. 'rdce' Lambus duiwhferof moved house and
-0, the Identical score that
'. > 198T
I 'r. and "["'5 lvey Bjone
AIRPARK BAPTIST week. opened their 1966 season hated this 2th day at Au.-
'VJ an overnight: guest at theotirat
7 V ",; Mr. and Mrs. George Williams the team. UNto 1457.Sls'A .
of Mr, ,dfrl:! !. G. L. against same ( L)
Sunday Schoop( 10 a. m and Charley Baker Staike won Its opening t'horloa A. Darby. .

Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Crawford, last Friday. Joined, their son, Howell Wil came by edging Micclenny: Clerk of Circuit, Court: of
*. and Mri Fackhnm and i
rv Urailford'
County.' FlorldrBy
Training Union 7 m Evening llama at an employer picnicat I
p. 26-13. St. Augustine played a .
Bon Buddy were weekend M. Mnody, t) C.
SerrlceT; "p.:-m:'=Re4 guests at the home of Mr. Occidental Mining Co. In fine defensive game but 9/7 4t 9/38, OWN YOUR OWN

Lacy 'Conway, pastor.. and Mrs. BUI Combe and White Springs last Saturday. went down to defeat 7-0 at I .
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G. Adklnsweie
Mr. and Mrs J.
the hands of Cocoa Beach in!
family, of .Haines City. on i it t Sr\'r.)
and Ml's.P.
Visiting Mr. a non-conference tilt. I)KP tllT\IUNT': ttV

W. Kelly In Winter Haven In the Orange Park game KIMIIOV:
Come {Where The Action Is and Mr. and Mrs. P. D Ad- T.\f.r.\lI..1..J.. : "' .011''' 1
Lake City rode the passing Norrcia) TO Ruir.niMa:-; SYMTI4JIS .
kind in Dundee last Thuis- arm of senior quarterback r-OMPONIJNT:-; CON.T.It.'L.TOM -

dayDavid Bryan JohnSOn to vlfttoryashe HUfll".1: bulk/ :, tvllt'h. rVirlvfd,, ,at. I
tj ; BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO Cox of WaWo was completed! 16 of '!\ passes 100:/ "p.m., Oprnlwr 12, HlflT. In
the guest speaker at the for 213 yards to keep the ,the( offlfd of HrhoolhniiDA Svs.temH AUTO
I'mjiict' ()ISP), Slate ToJartment -
LIQUORS- Baptist Church on Sunday. Tigers In Raider teirltory ... of ndtlrntlnn Tnlld-/
I Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Prles- much of the night. hawse, )Florida. for. furnishing

Music by "The Poor Souls" I ter of Ft. Pierce and Mr andMrs. Palatka played their mainliners and. Inxtnlllnic' and strui-turnl nil llithtInirrMlltiff -

Wed., Fri. & Sat. Nights H. W. Priester II of Key the first half and ran handing svstt>m"I'onlItlonInle Cnmponnt --

I West were visiting the J, O. a 26-0 lead then turned 'If. Sc'linolMoiiHc HvMrmu Pro. ...
t GO-GO CONTEST Adkins over the weekend. H. up to loot No. 1-A. for the. following.
the Job over a sophomore new i onstrurtlon:
t Wednesday Nights W Prlseter II was on his way backfield for the last half as I.1 Senior in rh Srhoot. Bradford

I to Viet Nam. they walloped the newest 2. Honltir. County sigh Florida" l School Clay

:. Discount Prices on Package Goods conference member. Bolles. County Florida Western Auto Supply Co. a foremost
2. Middle Sahuul!: Cnlllnr County ,
I THE RIGHT POINT for the The lone Bolles score came ;.,. ,..FloridaI.

One Mile!\ North of Waldo U. S. 301 way you write. Come in In the last six minutes of the 4 I. iipirn,: >ntnrv Srhoot. Oladna ;: '
I County Florida leader in the retail business is ,
and select your favorite ES. game. S. KjHasHi-uum:: Addition: Mjirlon now en-
TERBROOK fountalp pep. Schedule for Friday. Sept. ...rtjitnty, Flo.rldnI. .
8 I. "RPnlor' high
School Nassau

T.r County Hnrh others, Florida.r thnt. may jxir.Iclpatn gaged in the exploration of new developing -

I prior to wIlt' of bids. .
rim "" net asAOICNT
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S yean of purchaia data tandard 011 Sorvfaa Station L. r I II
f CTRIGS Affil: No labor charge within ,

Q0.TA LLF, s'A Warranty 90 days cover of purchs all parts... TIRES &ATLAS; BATTKREKSJudget I NAME __L':':"': _":""" __:" __ ____ _"___________ ... -- I II
t y. ,y tl. ."C.pt motor,' rubber h.
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I ;ei4ssHz? f ? This a0-steel, vinyl-clad carrying cast PARENTS' parti enargy call or Ternw-Road Service ; .:. I:' ,
L Is at BO additional charge! .' Phone 061-7071 .
a r yours chargar 1.1' VO. day* I II .
1 ,+ ; : Doa not cover damage 44 17 N. Temple Starve I ADDRESS ..:;-:. -- .:. ..: ... .....
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Yes, we'carry a complete selection HUR.ST'SSiIELL Interested In This Area CJ :i\
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firs trod Everyflung yon could want .4 ill cf models colon and type styles Service Stationflan. I

jn n electric typewriter-the speed, $10 Gift Certificate To > Oila LubrleatfonGoodyear I -". '. I II

i that touch. .1
fbtf case, \
Graduates Tire & Batteries
On : )
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|*uo all ill this stylish.! S J ; ROAD SERVICE
I Interested In Other Area D II 1 '

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sheet; (, Metal l'' WorksAll 'I I P. O. BOX 2736 I r ,.-

Types Metal Work;.... I '

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SENIOR' during: the day. At present, 1 Ills t home In Jacksonville.l jtsrs of. good companlonalilpMtwllcure ...1''i I* i-k. eirctWt Cewrt Of la'! The rlrcutti ('..rTi Offlorid I the firm.. )nuhllc) ..4ton. if+ this 'T. NOTICR! TO .DFF.ND.' : BradfordConnty the 'Clerk. at Ih. Circuit Court
many cannot atl'end because Our next meeting, will beheld Report Florid. Rlarntki: JkdlplHl Cecil, I.j E 1a huh Jil.l.'clnlClroulti : notice.* Baoh claim or demand CFleridsi In Chancery.MEN .' MIn> ho}or r th- otherwise. --
In And for. Bradford Count]). In And For' HrariforF"IANK CITIZENSWe of sight and hearing troubles ) at 7:00: p.m. TucacUy, Medicare, in Its first yean run* No. I.V: ,i state. the. phi...a and rmlilonaanil .. LOIS) THKH'BN, Plaintiff 'I the allegations of said Complaint =
which make It dangerous to Sept. 28 at the Pratt Stiwt of operation h\- amaze 1.'n FRANCIS:! H. HATIfA-WA'Y I THOMAS PETERSON: I poet irrrlra address. at the EARL vs.WEBB adoption, Defemlnnt.of KDHAli will b* taken a* confftmed -
are delighted/ by the drive at and. 1CL.IZABI2TH!: K HATH: ,. Plaln lt.', VN, UNDV FA" 17 claimant. .and shall be. swornto hjr you.
ir.cieatlon don'thave rrlUcsf and .
center. deyelopod info c
NAY bin wife, Plaintiff, viJANIR '.1 PRTUKSON, Defendant.TO by tb.'Jalmant, his agent Thhi notice. shall b* published -
that the E. Webb l
(W. Recreation. Detriment We offer our deepest 1ym- to be 65- to join. Mem- successful facto (In the hoaiUi i 8AMPHON, u widow'., : LIJDT FAY PETERSON J !: or attorney and any Much. You: Jamea are hereby notified> thata once e.th week for. tour
was ,given priority status of the Idrl.uyr defendant claim or d-mind not >n filed petition tar adoption of VM consecutive. weekin. th* Bradford
pathy to our president GenoBiehop Is 43 SUIT rrmicrt/Tiw: !! Lambert ,
th* old for uae in bcrnhip open to everyone TO Aim r/n Larry shall bo void filedagainst County Telegraph
armory Burl Webb has ben
n From L 106(1( tj Jun get
program. This opens tho I and his wife, Mary. years and over. Now Is the :r-0: 1067 a tota. of) i .t bllllor: TO: JANUS HAMPHOtt' ford. llllnol 6T111, OP JACKSON V tJLFJ. A" named you Court In and the cause. aboy and II.t.Dated 11467.thintsth. day of AUIr.
iBalblUty for seniors to meet (:ene'. father died suddenly at time to start Address, unknown Executor nf the Lest Will and (SEAL)
enjoying/ manyIt's wan paid for ho t>lt u.O million fcr doer! service*,, hereby notified that a .dma has been fifed. against. ytni aDeifendant all,, Deceased. copy of your. answer T ;;.leadIniv CHARLES h.A'CI DARBY,
tn the complaint on theplaintiff Clprk ot ,
matniy doctor bilk for thou plaint tr> foreclose certaliArticle by Frank ThomaPetenon First publication on the. U..I. Hon. Lox Court
Attorney By Beulalt M. Moody,
nf Agreement on thi as Plaintiff Inth day of Annum 1987.)
In the voluntary swcUon Part t Green, Stark. Florida and file Deputy Clerk
followingdearrlbntt propertytowlt ,. above styled Court< and Cause 1/31 U 9/21
th lit the office of
B of the program. Altio- provided : and you are required. to 1110. original Sllt 9/31 'Is,
JlJCeee.t .rwew were home health lint 40, 81, 63, Eaiit. one-hall your defense or Answer to the .
services ( '*) of 5.1. Eu"( one-halt (4)/ ) ol Complaint a* filed therein.
for 200,000 poople; and in I 60. lot. 6'1. MI Woodla-wirj) Hec with the Clerk of the CiroliitCaul" LIBERTY NATIONAL CONGRATULATES : i "I?
the last aix months another thin 91, R, 33, according, tomac In and for Urndfo-rd ,
Q of Woodlawn a* mapped and County, Courthouse, Starke! .. 301DRIVEIN
200,000 received Care In, professional platted. and ...hoW'lIn PUbiloit."ordll Florldland servo. a copy
nursing: hoinet. ot Bradford County. thereof. upon said Plaintiffsattorney -
Florida" and containing sixty llarton T. Uouglaa, I 967
I IlDXIJll Before Medicare many ,o four ((611) sores. more or leu. .. To- include 108 North Main'" Street 1' O
aged citizens wftr given one tractor, and lawnmower Drawer' 12J9 'aalneivllle. FlorIda V
t .a> a cat men t a.-'wart ohai'llyy pa < now located on said ; on or l>.fnr: '" the 9t th dfTof e
.* October 19(17( ; and If You
dente However there. are prhas' been tiled against you. tall to dciao a. Default. Judv "
gaps and flaws-! which must':be and you are. required to serve mane wilL be taken a.aJn.t LUTC :
slow a copy of your answer or you for the relief. demanded In OPEN SUN'.)()WN graduate
corrected the
esper.fclly pleading. to the complaint. ont the Complaint and thereaftt. !
less In processing' payment e Plaintiff ..attorneyHalph! .al I The problem )is/ In getUnl'doctors Thomas 671' KlnKHl y Part rxta .
Avenue. Orange. Park. Klorldn" WITNESS' !' my hand and .ea I 75e Students 60c _
to accept payment' on 32073 and rile the original answer of mild.. :Court this .day ot
myeid..a assignment. At present, patients or pleading. In the ..ftl<<. Selplembrr. U67..t. utark. Children Under. 12 FrH'
of the Clerkor the rtlroul Florida
.a. vwv I I I are forced to pay out Court! on or before the 2nd (SEAL." ) FRI., SAT. SUN.
of their uwn pockets aud-) then day of October.' 19'7 It you Charles A. Darby Clerk -
e a wait for ong periodu before fall td .o.' judgment by default Circuit, Court, Eighth: Judicial SEPT. 22 23, 24
0 will be taken. against Clrrult In And for Bradford t ,,wrJ
restltui'tof' : made. As>ot now, you fbr the relief demanded.", In County FloridaBy ,Double Feature Program '
37 pe.: cent of the doctors ac- the complaint. : Beulau If. Moody
asslgrnnontu at lens ThiS notice" shall be published Deputy Clerk vase
cept \ once ai week for four (4) '/7 4t 9/28 Ihal
part of ':.he Ume. In this re- contieoutlve weeks In the.
better lelatlons Bradford County Telerrapn- .
spect, working .
Done. And) Ordered, at IIt.rke. er ...
It does so much are needed between the Federal Florida thin lat day of. Sep NO'I'IIQ TO C'RKmTOHflAll 't'ilJWILLlAMCASTlli .t -
Oovor/nent physicians tember. 1967.CHAUoLES'. creditor of the estate. ol : .
r a A. DARBY Nellie' Floyd Fancher" Ueceamid.are PWIIOIIITPIe S_ aY.
but little Blue "
costs so insurance companies (
Clerk, of the Circuit Court: hereby notified andrequiredto ltlIOeERT
A A A a A aI M M i nt. Shield in Florida), and the Bradford County. Flotilla 1 file any claim or demundM.
By Bmllah M. :Moody which they may have against ,
states. The amount of SIlCC' s
Deputy Clerk said estate. In the office. of the a
$ ( Q thus tar IT the Medicare plogram Ralph L. Thomas county judcra. of Bradford '.w-; ,

_? ? shows that it can. be RALPH U THOMAS Cnnny, Florida In the oourt- ..
Console Attorney I for Plaintiffs house. at Htarke, Florida, within t
cas. done.A. 971 KingsleyAvenu..- six calendar month from
I press release from Coigressman ,- Orange Parks Florida lion .th* date of the first publication ""
S. ((808)) HENDRY J
Claude P o p per Irr 4t' 1111 of this notice Earl claimor
demand. must. be In writing.
..ggetl states: "If anyone' In Floridahas and must. state the plao orreclitence Gainesville OlitrUt ,.-
:Votle Of'ApBjIratJea far 1V.
,.. .
nol had action on' Chi! Wed. and poBt-offlcu address 9

claim, within three' week.,. 1 J ..... 1M.1H, F. ". muHt be of the. claimant. and 1,98c301 .1r8SscOf(' *MRIIlcanlltlat_
sworn toby the -
II' hope he will write and lut me Notion 11.u (liven, that olalmiKiit. hiM agent or his attorney '

.11/Plttro/Al1t"&cJJlH'lie take his case up with Blue. holder MR. T.of the.ALDERMAN following. '. .certificate the. according, or to It law will. become void -PLUS- Unique In the Insurance training' ffetd;:, the lift j

Shield and with the Social *, has filed said certlfl. September 8th 1907. Underwriter Training Cours. concentrates primarily on
cate a tax deed to be issued -
Security Administration. : thereon. The certificate. Hal Y. Malnuft.Attorney for .Executor. T'S THE BIG OMCI17H the development of sales skills and the application of "_.:

--.JO& Kerrigan I Ii number... the and deacrlptlon.year of of laxuano the- Box 18J,, Lake Uutler Flo.Peter THE? BIG TWO! knowledge In the Agent's business life.
D Fiincher, Jr. ..

With many importantfeatures of Royal office typewriters! Nolle* Of Application For Tax i property whlohi' /It, and waaa the..*aad name are as In.. Nellla ICxi'futor: Floyd of the Funcher Estate ,of de. The LUTC Course Is a practical two-year on-tht .

....Deed. I...... F. II.I follow Certificate: No ITS Year. of ceased job training program Including classroom assignments, wer

Full-size keyboard I Notice I* Hereby Given that Issuance 196S.Deaorlptlon 14,First 1867. publication September homework projects, participation In forum style discussions -

Pleasant, light Royal "touch" i :>oil'. the T. J.following Alderman certificate the holderof at a PT on W of Side Property. of It/W COM on __ 9/14 4t 10la /& : with a wide cross-section of Agents. ._

ha filed. said certificate for N Line of SEC 2 A Run !H on
Wide writing line a. tax deed to b* tamed thereon. R/W 91\ Yd-, W Sft. yea. N III Completion of the comprehensive Underwriter 7:"
to SEC Line then E. SEC The Court Of The CountyJudge.
certificate numbers on.
Roil *n* Ready Paper Feed and The year of lanuance. the description line ta 81 JO. SEC 3. T-8-8. R- Ilrndfard County, Slate Training Course is Just another forward-step In.the at
L f the' property and 21-U Of Florida;
} < continuing professional growth of your Liberty National
Estate Of !Malcolm. Pownall -
the In which It was ..- Name In. which aaaeaed. A::
Quick-Set name
I r margins I NOTICE TO CREDITORS: t Liberty National salutes all of Its '
.".....d are aa ''follow: Kelsey agent. ninety. :....
; '< ; *: Retractable Certificate No. 81. Year of All of said property beingIn To All Creditor. And Person three who from LUTC in 1967.
Agents graduated
1 paper support issuance 1965.Description the County of Bradford, Slate, Having Claims Or Demand
>> .. of Property. N of Florida. Against Said Etttatei, -
1 ';.4..f.( .*: 2-color I ribbon t 160', of 8 W Unless. such' certificate. oro.rtlflcates You and each of you are
.' : p6.:1O'O: : hereby no-tlflfld. and .
la. vhall be redeemedaccording > required V. wets '*
440' of H ,"' l1In.
a e .r
Guaranteed )
for 5 years T- -8, n-ua-u/ : too law the property to present any claim and demands -
Name In which asaemed. Jim described. In such certificateor which you or either of :
Cummings certliflcatee'' will b* sold to you' may have, .against. the Estate LIBERTY NATIONAL """
5-YEAR GUARANTEE. Royal TypewrIter Company Inc.: guaf ; All of said property being. In the highest bidder-at the court of Malcolm }Pownall. deceased ,
8nteea replacement at Bradford State houae door on the first Mon. late nf .said .county to 4.IIIMINQHAM
no charge other than labor and ship- : the County of X.IFB INSURANCE COMPANY
the County Judge. or lIradto..dCounty.
day I'n' month of October; 1817. b
plngr. or any defective part (except rubber parts, ribbons, or of such certificate which, I* the' 2nd day of October at his office In the ALABAMA ...t "':::
parts damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of' certificate. shall ba redeemed 1967. Court Home. of said County at '
purchase. No labor charge within first 90 days. Guaranteecover according to law the' propertydescribed (SEAt) 8tark. Florida within4x, calendar ......
In such ccrtlfloat Cherle-. A. barer/ month from the' time of -
only original purchaser. or certificate will 1>e Bold to Clerk. of thClriilt Court of
the highest bidder at the Bradford. County FloridaBy -

Stop in. See it. Try it. Yov.1l love' th* spirited'new RoyalUel court Monday. house In month door on of the October first Beulah. M. Moody 97 D.4t C.9/28 SAMPLE BALLOT _

19D7, whl..h10". tli- 2nd day. of FLORIDA
October, 1967. Notice O( Application For T."
Dated. this Seth day. of Aug I).... SECOND PRIMARY

Also Full 'Line of Electric Portables :: .ust.($BAL 167.) -' -- .., Notice Charles A. bYcou..t MK. T. J. ATvOBtRMAN the GENERAL ELECTION 'r\ P
Clerk: o* Circuit of holder. of the following certl- THEATREI -
Bradford County FloridaBy floate' has. filed said certlifNcate
Beulah M. .Moody D.L' fin .* for a tax deed to b* litud I I Starke, Bradford County Florida =
thereon. The certificate
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH numbers rand )ear of !.auano Sho-irtime-Weekdays 7 -
*. thed.*.rlptlon. of' the I SEPTEMBER 26, 1967 _:
A VlaMIfte4'All.. In tlM TXLGRAI'H property, and the names' In Sunday 3:00, Saturday :1 --

bring raeults. which It wa ......eol are a* I Initials] of Issuing :;
Certificate No. 1ST. Year of FRIDAY SATURDAY Official ..::
ta.u...". 1964.Description ,- .
I of PropertyLot.. SEPT. 22, 23THE I sour
4 13 H/L) of N'i of NHm' of ..
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NWH Ex HI. SEC 29, T-7-M: _____________ ::
11-221C. ((8 Acre, ) I .- ... .

Name In which assessed _____________________________________4 ---

WOULD YOUBELIEUE.Q. Clemon All of Alexander.said property being PROJECTEDMAN Signature of ElectorSAMPLE .
In the County of Bradford
State! tut Florida.. t -
Unless INch certificate or
certificates *hall be redeemed. --
according r to law the' prope.'yd..ocrlb.d BALLOT
In such certificateor TECHNICOLORSUN

certificates will be' **ld to I .... HIIf '
the highest bidder at. the '
court house door on the first SECOND PRIMARY

Monday ln- month of October, .. MON., TUES.
which I* the 2nd day of Outo-
ben 1111. SEPT. 21, 25, 26 GENERAL ELECTION

bated this ilth day of Au.-
uat 1687.SEA Starke Bradford County Florida
( L
Charl. A. Darby
Cleric o'- OkrculeCourt of 1 SEPTEMBER 26, 1067
Bradford County,. FloridaBy try and .. Initials of Issuing -
I Beulah- M. .Moody, D. C.

Only $$1095.0 ,8/1 4t /28 make It( ;:) : Official]. .

l'IOTICIQ' : : ,." :.
INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASE : Public ,notice I I" hereby alvenpurauant 1 .. .
to Chapter 136.10 qlJ -- .: _____________4 ..::
)KlorKiaStatute* that a ro-
Jutlon has been adopted by the .,-, -
Board of County Commissioners ....-...
of Bradford County, Florida .
.11 ,
to consider whether" said
For this. Board anal vacate, abandonand .
dlacontlnu a propo..droad SAMPLE BALLOT i:

for which a right-of-way
J "k was acquired acvo" *. the landahereinafter' -
which roaor wa never cone ..
,. .. .
MructedV; and ti consider
ADDING MACHINE whetherald* flare!', should l t GENERAL ELECTION' ....'":
renounce and disclaim any .
right of the county and thepubllo
t, 7ry hM: In and to> those. lands rr Starke Bradford County Florida ''':

Adds heretofore. acquired fun suchroad" 164119119 MINUIS PR00CTt I ) .
right-of-way. ) mid landa
having been acquired from SEPTEMBER 26, 1967 M
Subtracts 3aevln. M. Johnson 0 and Mary IVAIae' .' ..
X. Johnen, his wlfel'; Russell ..
the ballot -
II. Thornaa and Lucia .Thom. To vote for a person' whose name Is printed on

-, Multiplies Heater hl-w1f.. an Slums
lead recorded In' Official Reejrd the name of the person for whom you. desire to vote. ::
7 Book 60' at Pa*;** 417 and ...
Credit Balance' -- T II*, sad. land being, described COUNCILMANFor ..
... ale-
The South half of the North. NINA WAYNE. IEMAYEUFPANAVISION' } Group .:
.weat. .Quarter of the' Southeast I
rAt Quarter. and the South half of EASTMAN COLOR Two'Years Vote for One :
,, ,.. Neelbeaa _.n.. ol the .r
ut '' ot Section all .
II, Township' : 6 South, Range n' :
II Eat lying within 10 fet EWELL LAWSON

Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The wctlon>if each/ line side dividing of the. the quarter Mouth STARTS FRIDAY _

Plait. of the Northwent quarteroLthw
SEPT. 29 1 r .5'

Touch, Speed, And Keyboard-Arrangement Of A South Southcaat' half I.of torn quarto Northeast yndthe GERALD L. WILLIAMS. I

Heavyweighr'Machihe.:: quarter of Section of.. the Houtheaat*3, Township quarter 9Suutb .MGMmMk A KENNETH HYMAN PRODI JCfKJN i=I ICOUNCILMAN 'E

Range 21 Kant and b.
1 ng 660 feet from ,North to
and that' the Board of County _
10 KET OPEirATORSk. INCEtTDmGCfJfS.; : ::;ommll<>nr> of Bradto..dounlr' For Group 5
: will hold m public .
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS .BOOKKEEPERS Rearing, upon *ald resolution For One Year Vote for One
.n" the 4tn- day of Oetobtur,
167 at f:3l: o'clock In the r METIIOCOLOa.l
Mactiines Twice As Much! lourthouM: at .Burke :Florida n --
Compare With ; Costing .4 rested whlali. therein time all'may.parti b* heard.. 'In- W. H. (BILLY) NOEGEL JR. _

W1TNS53 my band' a*
SEEING IS. DELUi V1NG- Chairman! of' said Board' this I I iI it

7 th D.day I of Shuford September-. 1(67. P..To: (TOM\ ) NOLIN
A., Chairman of the Board iI

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ford ounty!1 County Comnillonr, Florida ), ...otl I I 1.-1

ATTEST: Charles A. ,

A. Cleric of aald
4 : a : Board.It 9/141 I- -

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It.UD1"ORD cotnsrrr TlUIU": lTk.* nQRmA THURSDAY. SEPT. 21. 1967
F.CTJON'- ._ 3'PAOr._. '" ....Sf.'t...," .... "... '., ., 4.. ,1 .. -.
forfeited $137.50 fine or 30 djys.
i I. Wrdnewlay.. Hopt. :27 Bantam Football are: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ray- $3700 flue George Williams disorderly Hank O Olson, school zone
__. Recreation Recreation Center open for burn, Randall Davis I. Mr. and J. B. Murphy drlvlnz: while firearms -I violation $6.50 foi'feltedRobert .
---- > conduct by discharging
all ages 3:00-9:30: : p.m. Action BeginsBantam Mrs. Townsend Strickland, under Influence of Intoxicating -
Trampoline for Elementary Mrs. Virglnla; McLcod, Mrs. liquor, failure to have in city. voluntary Intoxication -! L. Benuer. school
,I Calendar grades 3:30-0:30: : p.m. Football got under- Lily Ann Johns, and Wanda vehicle under control causing resisting arrest I :zone violation; $6.50 forfeited.
19, with
Tuesday Sept.
Cheerleader RegtstS: atlon. Williams. accident. $ 2.50 fine andl license ..
63: boys from Starke registeredto Dances have been scheduledas
Bantam Football Practice -- suspended Tot 90 days.
,tt play. a weekly function of the That's Our Business
4:00-6:00 James Jordan disorderly
Thursday Sept. 21 : : p.m.Bantam GLASS
Ii will work out for
The boys Recreation ,
Dept ,
Center Bantam Foot- program. conduct by fighting voluntary -
: VIVI Open. two weeks :before putting on Next week, the dance will be intoxication, disturbingthe
ball ,4::00-3::30 p.m. LeagueCheerleaders Out. 2. Practice Is WRITE VISIT
pads on held on Saturday night with peace; $52.50 or ten dayson CALL or
I Air Rifle : p.m.
held adjacent? to the
being the EVILS OF LYFE furnishing each count. FOR ANY CLASS NEED
, 22
Friday. Sept. Center, )I
Recreation Monday the music. On Oct. 6. THE James M. Marrett, failure
(tA i Grades Victory 9-12 fiance, after at Armory football, \ May RegisterAll through Thursday, from 4-6 JADES of Lake City will play. to have vehicle under control I We Design Modern Store Fronts
:: I
3V We are attempting to engage causing accident $37.jO .bond I
game till 12. glrln gradea 4, 3, and 6 p.m.This year, the league will the top bands avallablo for forfeited. ; Just Mail Us A Pattern For :
i 3 1 I ,t. IT E Saturday Sept. 23 who would like to be cheerleaders consist of two teams from the entertainment of the Bradford Larry Wayne King reckless I Table Tops.SHEA1S '
Punt, Pass & Kick ClinicPratt / --
, M! : for the Bantam Boys Starke. one from Lawtey, and County youngsters. !
; driving and dr.lnklnll" a
, N I Street Field X0:00-: Football Program register Brooker. I
may one from '
minor; $75 bond forfeited.
31 11:30: p.m. at the Starke Recieallon The: games will again be Oene GLASS CO. i
Rotary HearsDevelopments Tony Dyson feckless:
I Moniliry, Sept. 2.:% Center beginning Monday, ,eyed on the B. H. S. Field driving, $37.50 forfeited I i,
Recreation Center Open for Sept. 23 through Oct. 6. with the first games scheduled In .
all 3.00-5:30: : -- Pratt Billy Ray Heaton. reckless I "If It's Glass!' We Have If
t Stret.nge No applicants will be accepted for Saturday night October Synthetic FibersMrs. driving $37.50 forfeited. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
; after Oct. U. 14.
. \ I Trampoline Class for Elementary Friday Thomas/ Alex Ranklne voluntary I
3:90-5:30 Hazel Barnhorst off/ intoxication. ,52. 0.
:;: grades : :
1 p.m. Pratt Street. Chaperones Needed Action BeginsIn Jacksonville executive secretary -,r-
niM Cheerleaders Registration -- For Fri. DancesThe Small Fry of the Florida Institute and-' I
of Laundering
ua Recreation Center.
America the Beautiful... Bantam Football Practice Sfarke Recreation Da- Football LeagueThe Cleaning, gave an Interestingtalk

Orli la Everybody's Job 4.00-9:00: : p.m.Women's partment has/ added to Us pro on recent devourments
:: Football
Small Fry lag
Volleyball Arm- gram the responsibility of In the use of synthetic fi'jers
It's the job of every family that spreads a picnic on n. ory 7:30: <> p.m. sponsoring dances for the League began Monday at the Starke Rotary: Club
r with about 31 boys signing up.
n roadside table. Tuesday Sept. 20 teen-agers of Bradford Countyas Wednesday.
!t's the of boatman who cruises the This league Is composed. of .
job every : Recreation Center open for a weekly activity.In 1h speaker gave bpeclal 'r
lakes and waterways. all 3.00-8:30: : p.m.Archery ,boys ages 7, 8, and 9. Flag attention to approved methods -
'II : driver walker, flier. agog order to Insure the enjoyment Is played '
Every every every for Elementary Football a game of cleaning clothing
a That why our Association throws it,* wholehearted :30 of the yours atgra:, we witfh very little eontact but made from such fabrics some Leave -
3:30- :
grades : p.m.
I support: each year into the Keep America( Cheerleader Registration! feel each dance should bo the boys are taught the basic of this requires special pro- M
chaperoned. We are *
ID Beautiful campaign. Small Fry Football 4::00- fundamentals of; football.; cesses.
Ir requesting that any adulta who
5:00: Practice is being held on' The speaker was Inti'oduc your
p.m.Bantam t'o volunteer
desire act as a
I Lovely country we hew "e r.. fat'. ke"p'it 'that l way. Football 4:006:00) : chaperones for these dances Monday and Wednesday afternoon eel .tvr J. D. Doyle who had, worries

I UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @,," : ), p.m. to please call the Recreation at the Recreation Center. charge of the program. ,.
1 P.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA Men's 16" Softball Meeting Office 064-6791, and let us
Armory 7:30: p.m. r know If you will servo as a Victory Dances Set OrganizationalMeetings I with, us,, A
Women Trampoline Class volunteer. J Set For
By Recreation Dept. isterf A ,
Recreation Center 7:30: Dm.: .
And Cheerleaders ]Evening Classes

1 STARKE ROTARY CLUB The Starko: Parks and Recreation Organizational classes will ')!I.- ;.I,.... "".:
? Department assisted be held for the following : 1.> ,, <."

Invites You To Attend The Preview Meeting Of The by the Tornado Cheerleader!! part-time vocational technical ..', ,. ,v
to ,
will sponsor a victory dance courses, according ., u. /
after the' Tornado Santa Fe the following schedule: .st.

game, Friday night Sept. 22. Electronics Technology ,J' _.} "jo'.1. :.
The dance, termed a Victory Hank Greene Instructor, Q "
I : DALE CARNEGIE i Jock Hop ,by' the Cheerleaders, 'USO building 7 1 p.n..A4on: .: No matter at what hour of the day or night
your "business ends-or
will begin Immediately following day. day" whether it's a
the game and will end at Oladlo and TV flcpalr, weekday, holiday, or over the week end-de-
COURSE :midnight, It will be held In Joe Warren Instructor, USO 1 posit i your daily business receipts right here!
the o4! Armory, building. wilding.; 1 p. m. Tuesday. if it's 'before or after our regular business
Tbe bandv THE BJOW3VED, -+ ,Typing and Shorthand hours, then simply
Those Attending Will of Gainesville Is. .reported toM Theresa West Instructor usa I rUSE -
rtffA high by teen.-agarb building, 7 p. m. Tuesday. OUR NIGHT DEPOSITORY!
:. "'RECEIVE A COPY OF DALE CARNEGIE'S BOOK around the state: Admittance All classes must have an
t vlll be limited to. Bradford e enrollment: of 18 In order to I
'''IIEAR ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE High School ,students'grade xmilnue.! Interested persons
9> through 12. The students .mould register early In the FLORIDA I
k *SEE,-A MEMORY DEMONSTRATION. ere allowed tlt bring fbeSta office'; of the director Ted
f rum out of town and former Dglenby. USO building, or I
T 1 BE TAUGHT HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY B. H. S. graduates; however, with\ the individual teachers. I : -" '-,

no one will be admitted over BA H K :A'T'1 :.'S'iljA.rR, : 1 'KfE' .., ,
1 he age of 19. ,This'w1l1'be;Jit MAYOR'S COURT
8:00 P.M. MONDAY
: SEPTEMBER 25 IN THE e ffcct at.all dances: For Friday
dance THE'FAIRGROUNDS lights The following cases were Deposit Corp.
dents! are of In Court
ts $1.00 per peraon.! Free N. llsjxwcd Tuesday night: Mayors One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Groun

f reshmenU will ba,nerved.: '
FLORIDA.INSTITUTE, INC. Chaperon for the d.inc41 Melvin Davis shoplifting, -

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