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... BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAR.KIII. mr.nniTlA. :
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High School PTA Davis-Rule -

t Plans OutlinedJ. BHS Band PerformsAt U.S. 301 Traffic
Mar.riage To Be
L ir.t U-of-F Game Up Going North 8CHEDULE
F. Bloodworth, president?' Saturday Event OF SERVICES
of the Bradford High School The Bradford High School Down Going SouthA -

PTA, held an executive board Miss LOraIne Davis daugh- I Band directed by Virgil Lov- ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH

t meeting In biz office In the, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ett, participated Saturday:! July traffic count on U. Starke

f GLADYS MOOTY court house on Thursday after- Davis and John Edwa"d Rule 'Sept 23. In Band Day 1067' S. 301 3.5: miles north and Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.

A noon, Sept. 21. where plan of Clayton. Kas. will be on Florida Field In Oalnes- south of Waldo showed an Thursday Mass: 6:30: ( p. m.
964-7603
C ; Phone for the coming year were out- united In marriage on Satur- i vllle as the Florida Oatorsmet Increase In northbounl:1 traffic Miraculous Medal Novena;

tJ '___ lined. day. Sept. 30 at 7:30: p. m r Illinois I and a decline In the Saturday. 7 p. m.
C The first Is In the Church of God The Tornado band southbound flow,
I Recent Bride meeting tenta- was one Confessions: B p. m. and 7
tively scheduled for Oct. 17 at Starke with a reception following of 34 visiting high school The State Road Depart- p. m.

1.d I. I Mrs. Jim Newman 7:30: p.m. In t'na school cafe- In the church annex. 3 t I bands which along with the ment's monthly average\ dally

1.c teria. All friends and: : relatives of University's Gator Band totaled traffic volume. for north- ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
IIG Honored. At Shower the couple are invited to at- ] I more than 3,000 stu- bound cars was 4.237 vehicles
Keystone Height
tend. dent musicians whim or a 2.1 per cent Increase
Mrs. Dale RoweCelebrates performed
Jimmy Newman, Sunday Mass 7:30
a re- over July. 1966. : : a. m.
I at pre-gama and A flow of 3.-
cent bride, was honored at a 'Ii" : and 9 a. m.Wednesday.
I Altar Society ''lot .. half-time pageantrv for a. 923 cars going south however -
bridal shower Tuesday night "I : Maaa and Novena -
a I ''r.'> ; record 87,391 opening game was a 2.6 decrease over
given by Mrs. I* M. Norman, 6th Birthday- To Meet Wed. "," crowd at Florida FieldiMoilorettes July 1968.Adjustable. 7 p.m.
Mrs. E L. Norman Mrs. W. --- t 8T. MART'S CHURCH
from 34
the
, P. Luke and Mrs. Vernon Reddish Dale Rowe celebrated his St. Edwards Altar Society Macclennor
bands totaling. some 300 Vinyl Book
at the borne: of the latter. sixth birthday. on Sept. 16( ,will meet Wednesday Oct. 4 New Brooker School ApprovedThree also performed. performers Covers All sizes 30 rents ea. Sunday Mas: 11:30: a. m.I .

, An arraignment Of 14 or- with a party given by his parents at 7:30: p m. In the parish at The
Telcjrnph.
; t y/r/ chlds graced the piano. A Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe hall. members. of the Bradford School Brunt' and
Supt.
I pink color motif was carried The youngsters were given Tom
, colorful horn Casey Inspected the new circular Brooker Elementary fully woven Into the story '
, out In the refreshment table favors and games
Jackie Phillips School ,font. Thursday, 8ipt. 21. Above pattern "The Restless Ones"Is
, appointments.Two were played during the party they are In the audl-
t games were played by hours. A birthday cake, decorated Kenny Terrell torlum-CRfetrrla which 'Is circular and in the very center of a hard-hitting bold approach -,'I'
tI the 30 In blue and Ice the building and to our social probioiis.
I Invited guests and cream Wed has a domed callinghl<'h allow natural ,
i prizes were awarded to Mra. were served. Pictures were SaturdayMrs. .I'..aht"...-. It will be shown Thursday- and
ii Pace Lewis and Mrs. Marie also taken of the occasion. Friday Sept.: 28 and 29, at 6
i unn Clemens. Jackie B. Phillips and ,, and 6.30: f.ia.: There will be.
rI
Kenny Terrell were united In : ; three showings! Saturday Sept I
:BuffStephens'Ceremony The honoree was presentedwith Junior Woman marriage Saturday.. Sept. 23 ,10 at ;bo0:, 6, and 8:30 p.m. I
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a set of kitchen utensils '
Set Exec Board In the First Methodist: ',', .. Tickets are $1 and may be
from her hostesses <
'For as a me- Church Klngsland Ga. .......... .'.., purchased at the door or by
October -
mento of
J 14 the occasion. Meets Tonight The ceremony was performed .. .- phoning 84-8562.. ,
Among the guests were Mrs re
by Rev. Dennis pastor This : film
challenging should
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Buff Roy demons, mother of the The
executive board of the In the presence of a few re snfisfy" and Inspire and
of Keystone Heights; announce bride and Mrs. Albert Newman Junior Woman's Club will latives. young
old alike and should .
appeal to
the engagement of mother of the groom. meet tonight Thursday at 8 Mrs. Terrell Is the daugh- churchgoeia and
his daughter Laura Jeannle p. in. at the home of the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. The Christian n.onchul"c.Jtgoers. med.iarfe-'' I am deeply grateful to everyone '

to Joseph Stephens son of Andrews SonsEntertained president Mrs. Eugene Tan- Dorko of Lawtey. Mr. Terrell
thrtt
comes ugh in the midst of who
Mrs. supported in
ford. Verna Hazel of Bran- ner.The Is the son of Mr and Mrs. C. r Ttr a realist o teen-age plight, me a success-

club regular meetingwill M. Terrell' of Orange Park. cleanly and '.'ithout cloyhig ful effort to the
secure a seat on
The ceremony wll Le per- On Birthdays be Held MOnday. Oct. 2. The couple will reside In Swlft-movmg, ,the plot I
'ifortned. by Rev. Elmer Busbee at 8 p. m. at the club house Gainesville I sodes hlghl.ght the opportunities ep-:- I City Council.

on October 14 at 7 o'clock at, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews Sgt. B. H Spears of the facing tile church

the home of the brlde.I i gave a joint birthday Highway Patrol will present District OfficialTo I Thanks

1 The couple will reside In party Friday afternoon from ,program on law enforcement. I ,

1 Perry where Mr. Stephens Is 3:30: to 5 for their son MIchael Hostesses for ,the evening Visit ElksThe Adjustable Vinyl Book
1!,employed! who was six on Sept. will be Mrs. George Chambers ..Lovers All sizes 30 cents ea. P. T. NOLIN

18 and Randy who will be chairman Mrs. David Honorable George W. t The Telegraph.' I''

'Mrs. Marc Hamilton five on Oct. 3. Von Houser and Mrs. Thomas Reeves. District Deputy Grand ,-
Hamilton Exalted Ruler Benevolent and I 'Architect Don Morgan ,
The party was held In the demonstrates the Hlldlng purtl-j
Honored
f !jls Guest yard where a cowboy theme I Protective Northeast Order of Elks, Florida I tlon which{ can lie u...Hl to devlclo two classrooms from the\ F STARKE PLAZA ""

At| Bridal Shower was carried out in the long Weeks Chapter, make his official District visit will to I stage or drawn bark ti> allow the two rooms to be used an, Open All Day Every Day

\ .l'c 4. Mrs. Robert Barksd-vle and The plcnlc large table Althday aniolntment.--cake- l:- n 'UDC To MeetThe Starke Lodge No. 1803. B.P.- seating vpute fur the titage. Hiipt. Casey and the Hoard I] I FRI. &: SAT. UNTIL 7 P. M.Bondetf .
was inmilM-rn
: O. Elks on. Monday night, Oct. is ere generally pled "lth tile nw ,
| daughter Bobble building.
Sue. gave a topped with .
two plastic "
W. T. Weeks
chapter. 2. The ,
building I IM virtually I
\ bridal shower last Wednesday horses and cupcakes were complete but students will have
U.
D. C. will met Wednesday
The
Lodge will Initiate two to .
wait '
I night for a'septic tank to tie
Sept. 20 at the topped with liMtollml before -
I.r
cowboys and In- I they can -
', Oct 4, at 3:30: p. m. at the newly elected candidates and I i I
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home of Mrs. Vergle Barks- dians. Mrs. Vernon Reddish being'u.tng It. r j
home of Mrs. O. I* Beasley all members are cordially Invited
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dale on Hampton
Lake non01 assisted in serving.
and Mrs. J. W. Klncaid. to
attend the meeting.All .
ing Mrs. Marc
Hamilton a
recent bride. Mr.20 Andrews little guests entertainedthe with a at the officers are required to be Teen Film Orion KnitSTRIPE ;

Potted plants and, perman- ride on the horse and In a Sen. Slade meeting Lodge with at 6:00 the: p.m.DistrIctDeput'y. fora 'The Restless Ones' "

ent floral arrangements were wagon Pulled by the tractor.Women.s ;
.
used! to advantage In highlighting To Address Dinner will be served at the To Screen Sept. 28-30 At BHS DRESSES
points of Interest In
Exec Lodge, beginning at 7:00: p.m. '
the party rooms for the occasion. Southside PTA "The Restless Ones' Ministerial 4 1I -
I Alliance and pro-I -
The refreshment table Board To MeetThe sidered .
the 'most
duced World AM
was covered with Senator Tom Slade of Jacksonville Recent BirthsMr. by Wide I .,
an imported motion: picture yet
the
hand embroidered executive board of the r a member of the film with the'accent on t
o'gandy: by Evangelist Billy
cloth with pale blue edging Starke. Woman's Club will Governor's study committeefor and Mrs. Louis Klei- will be shown at? the St9.1'IC"I youth dramatically deals imaginatively with the and $8.95 $ 99

Centering the table was a meet Thursday, Oct. S, at education will be principal man of Boston Mess announce High School crisis. With currentteenage ,VALUE 6

floral and fruit arrangement 3:30: p. m. in the club houae. speaker at the Southside Ele the birth of a son Thursday, Friday and setting a background -I _

in milk glass container. :Mrs.Vergle PTA meeting; ,next'? Louis Chandler Sept, day. Sept. 2830. 1903 provided by the
Billy Graham Loa
Barksdale presided at'Circle 3 Ladies Tuesday, Oct. 3, af: 7.30'pm.: Mrs. Kleiman. daughter 19'1 Sponsored by the Angeles Crusade which Is art- .
Mr, and
the punch bowl In the cafeteria. Mrs. M. C. atlth.
and Miss .. 100'i'Oifort end! .LesJ.J.. ;
Council Meets the granddaughter for w""l1.WM"
Vicki Barksdale and Mrs. R. I This will toe an open meeting H.-- i- of ;-a....., .h.rt .,..... .tyl." ,.. the lol..t" D"d
A. Colson assisted in".serving. At Wilson HomeCircle and all other school PTA Browniee or Starke. ...;t wonted oiultl, caloroi{ .. tripo/ .. cringer.h.
I Mr. and
__Games :were played by the members are Invited to attend. Mrs. Dale E. .. "quality and you'll buy' averal of th.. .. Co,,'*
30 invited guests and prizes 3 ot"the Christian Refreshments will be served. Brown Starke announce the b.uau. HIM 4 to ]16.
were awarded. Ladles Council met with Mrs. The executive board will birth of a daughter, Kimberly .
>bH> H -* I| 1 1LARGE
Lynn born )
The hostesses )presented Ira Wilson on last Thursdayfor meet in the library at T p.m. Alachua. Sept. 20 In c/
a dinner meetingwith 14 proceeding the meeting.The General Hospital./ !
Mrs. N. B. Rosier mother of, members and one visitor at Grandparents are Mr. and : SElECTION !

the honoree Mrs. S. W.: tending. PTA Mrs. R. M. McRae 9nd Mr. t : "*
Elementary
Starke JustArriveclLadies 1
Hamilton mother and Mrs Fate Brown. ,
of
the Mrs. Pearl Thomas discussion
gave the will have a panel
Mr
and Mrs.
groom and the honoree: with devotional and Mrs. Maude led by the Bradford Education Verno-i Oils- ,
I son. Starke, announce the { Gowns &
pompom corsages as they ar- Weeks gave the prayer. The Association at their meeting birth of a son Vernon Eugene / -CS
rived. next meeting will be with Mrs. Oct. 3, at 7:30: p.m.
The honoree Tuesday.
was, also born Sept. 9 In Bradford "
E. A. Winkler Mra. Eunice !in the Cafetorium. .1
given an amber glass'salad I County Hospital. r.ltT Pajamas
'Wilson, ;Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. All parents and Interested Mr. and Mrs. Keith l
set from her hostesses as a I II ''Laura to attend. Reeves,
Howard Invited
were appointed Ito l persona are Winter r
I, memento of the occasion. j the visiting committee. Refreshments will be served. ,birth of Park a son, Ian announce Alexander' :!the, I .. :a \I f:ftT;;'('<<" 1 .'
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I I. I Mrs.grandparents born N. Sept.L. Woodburn are 23. Mr.Maternal and of I :T:: : : ..:: xtl.I' $ 299 & 399'.\


Starke. 3994.99 Values

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odom { ::'. : '. '

'. III, Gainesville announce the A wlj. cholc* .f tallanj and a.v<.!ty*
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r.." ...:, : ;, birth of a daughter Alescla Ff J..1-, : ,,[' >fyl'. polo"| ,.. or gown In Mft,' walt
r'l: Dawn born August 31 1 .,-"'.-. t I(' .r long, longth. Flannol .r brw.h.4
(- ;. I Grandparents are Mr. and f I It "taw. .. rayon fiylod In sallda and print. You'll
:r' .',i. ( ,;, 'IIi', '.J Mrs. 8. S. Noegel and Mr. 1Ciwo a; llnd |lust what you> wont 'In ihl..fl.;. now
",. ', ;j)" I and Mrs Odom alloctlon. Sl... .. .
..-:r'.' Jr. of Starke. 1 1Li1 ..10. la oxtra larjo. V
\.. "'l.... Mr. and Mrs. William T. I> i
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". .'" Onann of Crystal Lake announce I \
'1 t iCHILDRENSINFANTSnSHEEPWEAR/
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:.,-t'j Sept. 18 in Alachua General

1.r'1. .".>fIi} '::: Hospital.Maternal grandparents are n I Pajamas and Gowns

\,, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Browns'
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., ". Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wil- MAOC ''N"U.S.A. / 424 : 2993.99' $1 99 & $299 \
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c' kerson, Starke. a son, Gary Values

,0: .. ", J I(,' :- ,''I Wayne Mr. and Sept.Mrs.20.Allen F. Ellison j CANNON +' ? TODDLERS KNIT PJ'S '*


Starke a son, Scott Allen ,- .
Sept. 20. 42.49

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wayne sPa1aIeToweldt9 4 Value SJ99rationally J r

Hall Starke, a daughter, Julie

I Renee, Sept. 20. 1 f .re 0.1.. .rtli, ."l EZIn : ,
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,. i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grady band.. .".Inlu

ft ; ;t//iIt1.( ,;? ( j{ 1/ -1 I: Benton, }Melrose a son Henry t a .D"d.,..riicnnil. and, "J-lono knit.! Solid c.", ; I
Grady Benton, Jr., Sept. 20 EnsembleFROM
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-- w .'1 I Mr. and Mrs. Leobaro Dlon- Sla.. 1.t4.
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A PIECE SETTING REGULAR, $3.00 21.Mr.. and Mrs. Wyndell L. : THE ROYAL FAMILY COLLECTION '-" Men, MEN'S 4WALEI(,//I//)// J [

I Grover. Starke a son, Edward lath< magic an exquisite Ice crystal etched In BedfordSlacks
:Allen Sept. 23.: : SPORTor
fcf deep, luxurious all cotton ferry. Cast a spell '
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Colin ,
OCTOBER Form, Waldo, a daughter of your own by mixing spirited solids for an en.

Dawn Sept. 25.: 3JL chanted bath decor.", .In. red. olive, gold, blue. ,'p 4I1

Mr. and Mr Malcolm jUac and DRESS
pink yaaofBath
Franklin Adam, Keystone ,."*'..M. '
Heights, a son, Malcolm Our re;.

Special1.49 Franklin Adams Jr., Sept. 25.: Size. $19tJ SHIRTS "." $5.99 $

i: Mr. and Mrs. George William .. .s I;I t

Lewis Starke a daughter I
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roy Hand Towel.$119 I Values .T, I

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Team Improves Tornadoes Overwhelm Santa Fe 25-13



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BHS Performance ,




Looks Good On Film Des .cite Setbacks ,: Gain 29th Victory



I Bradford High's fighting I ferhapa' the moat plUdSill1f; I.r.rre.I ever. BHS had again!: crossed!' .
"I think. fundamentally.we've i they did gamble and ,yo for
Tornadoes overwhelmed the note IIf the evening: wu tho After exchanging fumble the> Rebel goal !line this ,
long since 'an interception, the Rcbelsscored I
come a way
Santa Fe Rebels 25-13: Frldav: ant Improvement of the! :ni I with the Rebels, Bradford begun limo onI.. ona-yard mi oik: by
David
MaccJenny. Coach i their go-ahead touch-
|I'! night to chalk up their -Olhetr.itght I Ii i xpcrlenccd Tornado de.'enrm, Its first scoring dare BcnAe.; The score was good,
Hurse says this week after down. "If the tun'ug had
/ win under head coach which held the visitors to a from its own 13-ynrd line. but Santa Fe blocked( the extra:
his team won Its second I been a lllUe better we'have\ I :
'I David Hurse.Unvelllnff I meager 2t-yard8 rushing?', and I Hard-running Tornado\ halfback pi-inl attempt, and the scene
straight this seaosn had touchdown instead of I
game Fe 25-13 a" the true pot.ntlnl'of only 153 yards passing -- In Larry Mercer, ripped si'icu) at 12-6 In favor of the y r "stn'' t y ,
by whipping Santa them, Hurse said this week.
Us talented and powerful' 27 att lr1>ls. Bradford d"I'II1-1 I through the Rebel 1 line for IS Tot'nadoes.
last Friday The punting of quaiterback }
From the sidelines during who averaged 42 yardsin "ticmie. the Big Red lornpcd= slvo bacUd: also grabbed three | yards, only to have the 'play Sl.oitly! before the c.iJ, of ., jv
Hurse through and passed over Rebel Interceptions to thwart Rebel :I'rull'lieo\' by a clipping pena'ty.' the first half, J. Roy ChusteenIntercepted 1 r,
the Santa Fe game. two kicks against Santa col
/ defenses; for seven ti'ur-h- drives. On the next play Mercer a Rebel pass on Che Mi Mikr
said he the movies which
thought
another thin
Fe
was
? I downs -- ftireo of whit.i wneculled "We've Improved a great pounded out 11 more yard!! BHS 5-yard line but the i i't
would show the Tornadoes was greatly improve:! "Be- '' ,
back on penalties deal" said l vouch Hurse, "par- and! the Tornadoes were given Tornadoes couldn't move the at
doing a terrible Job. They lote's punting Was Improved)
I back the 15 penalty yards by iia'l I, and were forced to p irl t tA
bad three touchdowns called about as much as anything, "
\'.,.tU(1 of a Santa Fe holding-1 jarring Tornado tackle
back on penalties. the coach said.
Infraction. Beloto then uncorked -l' forced the Rebel flttfetynian tit
"But actually we played ;a Three Tornadoes this week I
another bomb, this time 'I fumble tad Andy M.vyton: reIrovtied -
pretty good game, fundamentally are suffering from "olds or
In the! ball ho Santa
hitting Ronnie OrlKKa tire on
Hurse stated afterwatching the virus. Scottie Smith has
for a 60-yard Tornado Fe yard line
open
/ the game movies. missed two days of practice
touchdown The play came Mercer promptly iicooted In-
Line Coach Tony i Griffith! and Ronnie Qrlggs nd Bill
wll'i only 5 seconds left in the to the end zone on the follow-
agreed with hIm. Adams were also sidelined.
The ends stayed low. the Nobody Is Injured, hOw- .' first quarter and gave the Big ing play, but a motion penalty -
did b't'job, Red a 6-0 lead, after the PAT cancelled the scorn. The
tact-' a ever, and barring a worsening
but heav >d his failed. half ended 12-6 with fhr; TurDftdooa -
Huise
1. of the coDas all players! are
biggest acolades for middle- expected to be ready Friday" i .' K
guard Willie Cohen "ho he, night Recovering: quickly, however, on downs after1' three ui>&uccoHSful ....
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termed the most improved on the first play of the second scoring attempt ,

Tornado player over his Mac- quarter, Rebel end Jim Herring Rebel' lH Lead 13-1 .% 1IARLI'1S: SMITH, JUNIOR SCWTIE SMITH, JUNIOR. I

clenny performance. Cohen B-Squad Meets I grabbed a pass from Bradford coaches had been Tackle quarterback Ronnie Everett advanced about "' n'I
had two tackles and rive assists r given warning-
against Santa Fe as he and raced into the end zone Santa Fe's punt and kickoff I and the score read BHS 18- ';:ainv but thh time Andy In commenting on the curtly..
t to tie the score 6-6. This return threat, in the of Sane Fe 13. I
: pa"3ori
held ed the ball. He made tackles TonightCoach Santa Fe scoring/ play covered! lei ry Stone. The Rebels managed BHS Defense Hugged block the kick, and Willy Co- I said that he felt the "officials

even on end runs as he ... 2-yards with Everett out- to spring Stone only Rugged Tornado line ply: hen covered fie 'boss! ball on "called a good game" and
fought his way down the line; ri.nningtha- Tornado saf>nd- once all night but when began> to tell& on the Rebels, Santa Fe's 17-yard line. Tornado
added that most of the -
Chuck
Mason= Baby
of scrimmage to the ball. Tornadoes will travel to Orange t ''Art ; 1 F pr prt11LLiSI dry they did, the speedy backrau.d who! Coxild get nowhere on the Five plays later, Belote again Infractions were "pretty
The ends:: spoken of by Midway In tho second 80-yards with the acc- ':;I'ound. By midway in the second pushed over from the one obvious"
Park for a tilt at 7 p. quarter, the Tornadoes again 'oml half kickoff! Everett lori. half, Che had
Hurse are Plen Onann and I visitors resorted yard line t"<> tally the final Next week the Tornadoes
m. tonight Thursday. Sept. .
Don Elder, the tackles Char nia-ched: deep into Santa Fe for the extra point giving/ the almost entirely to paajirtrf. score of the night with only travel to St. Augustine, with
in effort to theirsecond
28. an win
territory behind the rushing: of Rebels the lead for the first .
les Smith Steve Crawford --- '-" ''' --- The defensive play oZ two minutes left.
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and Scottie Smith. Linebackers game of the season. COHEN, JUNIOR Mercer\ and fullback Tex Fat and only time of the nljut: at Willie Cohen, Andy Mayton, kicked the extra point and Mercer the hopes ber 30 of picking against up the win twlcr nU n-
The lost to
B-squaclders
I I rick With 6:40: remalolnj.. Be- 1:1..12: Charles Smith and Flcnn
and Steve
Andy Mayton Macclenny 7-0 last week Guard I Bcore stood BHS 23: Santa Fe. beaten, but rugged Yellow
lote hit Elder with a 17y.wdtouchdown
Crawford were also credIted With the pressure mounting, Gnann forced Santa Fe to 13. Jackets.
after an opening 14-0 whitewash -
with playing a consistent of Gainesville High. tlcularly In our offer.Elvo kickoff and on the second pass, but? the play the Tornadoes got quickly punt on two consecutive scries The Tornado defense began: .1 Statistics:
N'N: and from Bill wail called back due to a! hcU-! down to business and In eleven of down. to
game. "The boys played a prettly blocking defenHlve techniques play scrimmage Be- pick apart the Rebel passing BHS Santa Fa
Even though the Tornadoes: good football game, but made the mistakes are lote startled the Rebels witha lag penalty on the Tornadoes.how-: plays moved from their own It was with the second of attack, which had become 231 Yards Gained Rushing 21

bad 11 passes completed more mistakes: than against stUl hurting 08, but the boya /50-yard pass to Donnie Within two minutes* 33-yard line to score with 6:03: I''them punts that Larry Mercer rather frantic by the ebbing. 13 First Downs 7

against them by a Santa: Fe Gainesville," Coach Mason are learning: and wlnn.ng: ".''der. which moved the Tornadoes remaining In the third quarter. laced 65-yard.j: down the ildo minutes of the game. Buote! 123: Yard Gained Passing IS?
team that threw over 20 commented1. -- so w e' l' e pretty well to the Santa Jfe 12- Belote,.. Mercer and Pa f del: ue fo score only. to have. and cornerback John Warren 49.0 Pauses 10-27-3:

times, Hurse credited his The Tornadoes fumbled, pleased." I|i yard line. BHS pushed to the combined for the slxty-flvo :-Ja second TD of the evening each pulled down Santa. Fe 3-46 Punts 3-34--

pass defense with .* good five times and sustained six Tornadoes. Strike I Rebel 8-yard line but could ASC: County yard march, and Patrick piclced ,. railed back. Bradford had 12 passes In the final minutes. 2 Fumbles Lost 3

performance. The Tornadoes: 15-yaM penalties to stifle TD Starke received the opening I I, not cash in for the qu.ckio cup the six points! with a men on the field. Santa Fe was Warren, was also credited with I 95 Yards Penalized 43:

purposely gave away short drives, although> they made tAwwS1 / nice 10-yard run. The extra or the field. Santa Fe was a fourth quarter fumble re-I BHS __ 6 6 6 7--23:
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completions to stay behind yardage In the middle of the ..! Com. Named I II II po'nt!' attempt was no good>> given back the ball to punt covery. Santa Fe 0 6 7 0- 13OWN
the man and tackle him.
field. "But the boys cave; I It ,:
thus being certain to preventa I .
had," said ,. "
all they Mason I -
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touchdown. The one time$4Ag1Okwioe Morale this week has been 'Furnlers'who will nerve as i I -

high for the Orange Park 4 the Agricultural Stabilization1
contest and Mason lays ,ho and Conservation (ASC) Coun- :

I looks for a good contest. ty Committee for the coming)
-I year are: Leaton Morgan Jr.

of Route 2, Sfurke; Clyde
; : 4d Lawtey Man Cone of Brooker and Lloyd -L. YOUR owNl

Dyal of Brooker

Slightly HurtIn a-x.: .Cone has Jilat\ been reflected

I for a three-year term- having II

Accident beun dlttctadrvfor/.a., two 'r,.
yeptermin.196ll: ., Dyp1LWaa .
clotted for a three-year termin i
I Aaron Edward Crawford, 20 1966, and Morgan.,,was
of Lawtey was slightly Injured elected for a three-yoar termin

I Monday afternoon when his 1965.- l\orgao.1&s! oJJ.lq
: 19G5 Volkswagen' was struck WEITERN
nerved as Chairman of the AUTO STORE
r 19113 Cadillac convertible
Qe by a Committee for the past two I
The accident occurred according years.

to Florida Highway The two alternate elected,jn
Patrolman J K. Wade as '1967 for a one-year tel'11of

11Mlffl 'YOUR? CAR ENGINE BY Crawford apparently attempted office are Marklee Starling: :.of I

"EAR" IS A GOOD WAY TO RUIN to make a left turn oft ." T Route 2, sturke, and Lonnie '

ITS PERFORMANCE. The human I SR-121 In Baker County 2.0 ALLAN CRAHFOICII. JUNIOR I Harley of Route/ 1, Starke. The
ear just tent sharp enough for to- miles north of Macclenny( 1967 election
held
wail by mall
clay's quieter, well-insulated en. Bol'h Crawford and the Cadillac Tackle :balloting September 1222. \Western Auto Supply Co. a foremost

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So trust the
gines. factory specifications. driven by Virginia Mc- ,
NEVER advance t::tf timing: County office manager:
Leod, 42, of St. Petersburg,
beyond factory specifications or were going north on SR-121. Some Blue-Tinted Sun Glasses Mrs. June Chapman, points leader in the retail business is .
you'll soon find yourself with Crawford was charged with out that the ASC! county far- now engaged -
costly repair bill. It also pays to mer-commlttea is in charge of
know that the best way ..... .... I an improper lane change when Make Wearers Unable To See RedA local administration or such
the collision occurred in the .
to insure'! your ear Is & I national farm programs as in the exploration of de- : *
southbound traffic lane. The new
throughlStatsFafmMutuaU |,......... the Agricultural Conservation
VW warninghas been Issued I red lettering, objecf
flume me today! was spun around for 613 any or
feet after the collision. The by the Florida Optometric As- )i auto taU light to detect the Program, the Cropland Ad-

MERRITT p Cadillac left 75 feet of skid .Hoclatlon fo persons who might I filtering out of that color. justment Program, the feed veloping markets for expansion of its

y marks on the pavement before have purchased a certain type Prospective purchasers of sun- grain program, tobacco: aCreage ".

WILLIAMS I. the point of Impact and 62 of blue lensed sunglasses dur- glasses are also warned to obserVe allotments and marketing : .
feet after W. ing recent months that makes red filtering: while choosIng quotas, the National Wool Associate Stores. We .-
seeking
", r. Two pasengers In the VW them unable. to distinguish certain sunglasses. Program, commodity'prlce 1 are qualified
117 N. colors, particularly red. 1 support loans and! storage tar i I
and three In the Cadillac
WalnutPh.964.5391 were not persons injured. Damageto Dr Wayne Whiffen, local I cllity loans. j I applicants for of

r I the left front and side of optometrist says the blue Starke Youth I The ASCA county office at I ownership stores in this ,
lensed ot'a .
the VW was estimated at glasses certain Starke is headquarter for the ,I I
$1,000. 'Damage to the right brand, un-named by the state Crashes Car county committee and serves ''II I

front and side of the Cadillac optjamctrlc association presenta ,I as the farmers' local contact and other areas of Florida.
was estimated at danger to drivers who, when for business connected with < _! .
TATat FARM $2,000. wearing the glasses, would not' A Starke youth, Theron participation in the program

CutuaT Automobile Insurance Cortlpan be able' to recognize the red Carl Hunter, 21, escaped serious /- administered by the commit-

Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois Adjustable Vinyl Book signals on traffic light and Injury last Thursday, tee. The programs encourage j| I
I II Covers. All sizes! 39 cents en. brake lights In front of them.j' Sept. 21, when hut "caV1 leff conservation and increase farm /

.t The Tele -aph. The blue lens of the SRS-325 and struck two pine returns by meana of price VV::/ / "

I completely filters out, glasses// trees. I supports and market supply- .

d light rays- making a Hunter was charged! t}by, management, as well as by
wearing the glasses una'ble to Floi-3:!! Highway Patrol Trooper payments. *

Now You Can distinguish when a red traffici W. E. Sundberg with failure -
Pay i light or a brake light Is illum to have hla vehicle under

All Your inated. Since the lens Is a complete control The youth's 1967.Old** Cub Pack 70 Minimum Investment $15,000.00

Insurance q filter on certain types mobile coupe sustained 11.000 To Meet Oct. 5

r'.1 ; u' I of glasses the red tall, brake damage to the front end when
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With lights, and directional signals It ran off the road. The car The Cub Scouts In;' Pack 70
'I on the rear of automobiles, as traveled along the shoulderand will hold their first
meeting
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well as traffic lights and certain into tile ditch for 489 since tfho summer vacation at I II

ONE CHECK I highway signs cannot be feet before hitting wo pine the First Methodist Church at

seen. The glasses also have a trees. "7i30: p.m., Thursday Oct. :9. NAME\
tendency to make amber lightsappear After the impact the car Den Mothers and commkteeImen I I ---------------------------------------------------------- I II II

green. came to rest in an upright position will be selected for the ',

The blue sunglasses are be- IS feef from the road new CUb SCout 'Tear. All I II II
Whether you need life, health, I ADDRESS .. : .
car, ing sold from rucks containing boys ages 8 thru 10 are invited ------------------------- --- -- -------------

home or property insurance. try Nation- sunglasses of other color tints way.The accident occurred at tjo attend with! their .

wide's new I'UCMIUM\ PAY PLAN. All which have not ,been judged;; 7:15: p.m. parents and regUfer, I rT.: ,tit ..t-!.tI ..% I

your premiums can be combined and Optometric to bo similarly Association dangerous state, the I Interested In This 'Area -..- -1* .' :j J : ;: x\:> c CI I .

paid in easy installments. For details, 'l I -' I
Brought to the attention of ---- --- -------- .:_...;::
call me: the FOA at its executive com- J.... ..' .

mittee meeting in Jacksonville Come Where The Action Is .: I .".. ... "- .,. .' J, I
Sunday, Sept 17, the group

BILL POWELLPhone the Issued public a resolution and "other to interested Inform- BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO I Interested In Other Area : r 0 I II

964-6464 401 W. Madison St. groups" of the inherent defects I I .
in the blue lens LIQUORS "
I II
I :
Starke, FloridaATIONWIDE. The FOA is receiving the I t -

. cooperation of sate safety Music by "The Poor Souls":. -

groups, the Jaycees, and th 1 Wed., Fri & Sat. Nights I VAN D. HIPP ;r I II II

Florida Hlghwny Patrol in .
alerting the public toward this ''GO-GO CONTEST P. O.. BOX. .2736 I
hazard I
Wednesday Nights
,
'*>< fit > *- > ,
; Owners of blue I tinted '' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i
,
glasses, moat of which are per- .M t ': 0'''', Discount Prices on Package Goods I _ - --------------------J r
fectly safe, are urged by the I

"!tatluwld Mutual Iniuranc' Company Nitionwid Mutual. firs! 'Insurance Company FOA to carefully test their One Mile North. of Waldo. U. S. 301
Matl ft.io Ul. ,lni4uiWD,Company .Horn oMiun, CgUimbm. ghlu .gjaasea by focusing. them on '
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THURSDAY SEPT. 8. 1967 "RAnmaO COTTNTT' TTCT.11ORlPR, STARKK.: rumm SECTION 1 PACE FIVE
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clfls to reach the rank
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I Lake City, Live 'Oak Top; Florida :Star 'Teams: j FugitiveJs I r 'I:. > I.I I.\: f'. captain Jockel was commissioned a

,; Second Lt in CO. 13. 718th Ord

PALA.TKA-Tohe Lake City 61 yard TD ramble when the ninj over Santa Fe In a non-I a 14 yard pan from quarterback Conference Hfauullnn. ,fIn Camp Blanding He re' *
Tigers flexed their muscles game was 1 leas than two minI', league.battle by a 2x-18 ,sooreus I. Bryan Johnson. arid then W 1. T ; / .Caught turned to the Starke unit Itjf
Friday night tfu dominate St. ut'ra old. In spite of fumblet. :: Billy; Belote in-ored one,1 caught two Johnson TD pnasai, Lake City 2 0 0 I'l February 1003 as the ShopOfflror
the local
when two
Augustine in a Florida. Star and 100 yards in penaltlss tho paused I i I AO yards tV Ronnlol I II one for 32 yard and the* other Live Oak 1 0 0
Conference grid game to the Braves scored three moral I I GHirgw; for another .ajid Tex!for 30 yard to set the victory '', PaJrJt&, 1 0 0 I l unlLB. wetu merged. In this.
tune 01 49-0( ae Coach: Paul time 'aA Quarterback HnllHTlnsloy ,'Patrick romped 8 yards ''up. James' Dlcka added 'a score I'| Sturlco ",0'' 0 0 In Starke lpa'lty he was in charge of
fort bearnnh
Quinn e proM favorites took a definite league' Tito Smith for short yardage'!: i I Roby JDabelteln,. a 163i : climax 160 yard .drlve. wlulo Preserve f St. 'At1glntlne 0 t 0 and lead wUil,two conference win. snoring passes. and Ken Halt i i pound halfback, wa the bl,J: quarterback Jack Bolles "School '0 2 0 Ar alert Starko policemanOff ". performance of tae total)
defeating Orange Park in the ,clashed over from the three I Iwheel, In the Lake City I Meeks hit Cltai-lle'.Saunden for ,,II jar Willie Searcy. spotted I urn' ar summer camp.
week ago for the other TD.bo.arCe AU Govnnn Standing. ar Orange County fugltlvi. 1 It'[ was promoted to I'Lt
opener slaughter of .St. Augustine! a.t a. :TD pans and Leroy Slonkev." |
Andy Choney, a 175 pound : had 'no trouble wr- he,-floored( three times taking I a 180 pound junior : W L T authorities -toi-maU dunsuroii'(( ', tq ,m I line :219! 5.
Live Oak\ prospect, stepped off I smashed, over for Lake City 2 0 t 0 here and ,Inatlgatud/ his arituttHenbont Jjilt f
"hrtt touchdowns and personally score : tullblI"1 Live Oak: 2 0 0 : ,Owens 2o. wants
picked up 200( yards rushIng Coach Hurse Says Craig Bu by: the'::," AU-I Pal tka 2 ,,0 0 I,Ion breaking and entering ancgiiiid I
and got the Bulldogs a i, I State ptoepect.klCked: "seven j Starke 2 0 f larceny from Oilaml, THE RIGHT POINT for the
,,,LCond,. place tie wll.',) Palatka extra points to uld to rtH sctir-i I Cringe Park 0 2 0Sv was spotted J by ratiolmnr'Scarcy ; ( way you write. Come in.
04 they )bUated a 27-12 trail'' I g. '' *. Augustine 0 .1: 0 '! ... ho drove north m;I 1I and, select your favorite nsTMUIHOOK
through the Bolles School Bulldogs St. Augustine Club Cheney thrilled the Uva Oa'<' Boiled School 0 2 0Jrltrn. '.'Pine Strept In,,R >no aboul, .: fountalp. pep, ;

at Jacksonville to hand fond who followed the ttam to .\Y IUiSIJ.TS: : | p.m. SlRtUrdll)'. Sept, :23. "Sub
BrtleH, the newest. member -of Jacksonville &* he .bioke-awiy' I ject in armed with a f\\\\\\\\\,
the conference, theft second Good' for rumbles of 07 and 48 ,;a-Je Lake Oily 40), St. Augustine i automatic weapon and advln," s' Yl 1 t'r G itML V
jo.* In as many start 'Potentially and tlicu: plowed over from v*.ic 0, ,will nut',be tnktm nlivc" 01 i ii sg ,
Upset of the week was a 10 yard lot his 'third score tot I .Live Oak 27. bibs 12.I'da.tka 'i' lando authorities had broad ,! t
7-0 loss Orange Park's Raiders' give him it total bf six touchdowns 28. DoLnnJ 2.iI.a.breuze cast over the state In aakluji: '
suffered at the hands of the "Chnmpj or chumps, your and one\ wblrh operate from 'In two 'jrin.scoring, 7, Orange Park 0 1! for astlsUnra, in louatln, N
ion.-conference Daytona! Beach biggeat test In. Friday night* the T-foinuitlon. three In..In..uv..oaIt..a3-0-tIn '' SU.rkon2o.:, Santa Fe 13 Owens. "

Seabreeze high I'oam aa Mike reads a sign pouted on the Different preparations for' of Madison In.'the ,opening i' FBIIIA.Y, SEPT %9.tt.t..JW@ 1! Senrcy followed Owens, dilv
:Dunn Intercepted a pltchout, dressing room. ,,door in !.e the different offense has' game. J. W. Stamper scored (-... Ga_ log: a 1963 Buick with a tng,,
from the Raider Mickey Bra | Tornadu field house meant extra work for the Tornadoes the other Bulldog TO on an'' number given In the doicrlp-
kea and went 36 ;yards ,to'i I Head Coach David llurse laI in practice, this Week. Interception. Orange Park at Jacksonville I '.Oll. and Patrolman Bill:I .
score! for the only score of the I I wary of a big, strong St. Augustine Only fair men play 'both offense Bolles look a 6.0Jead as Bodes Stark! ot St. Chambers and Harold Crews II
tight defensive game. eleven with a "1poleutll 1\' :si and tor toe fcketx. i quarterback George'Tomlirmon Augustine answered Searry's. rail when I
OOi'e games irl'o'llng'Iorld" | .. .. .
In other non, conscience:I I" and hU piayers fact One la. tackle Edmund scored on an. 11 yard rollout Star Conference he radioed he had found the, -- d- -- .. ------
game the Palatka Biaveo the sign each time they go "Willis a 178 pound junior to climax a 78 yard march in C 'earns'Pnlatko : i-ar : First I.t nlc hard .J"c.kc.I I, nininiiinder of lociil National' ..t!
aUm ,
walked over the DeLand Bulldogs -'1,' through that door to the prac-. who play. guard in the 6-2-3 the ''fIrst period. Tomllnson i,lv. .Oj.c:at....t Mactlemiy\ i Owens turned onto FId , 1>, HtinidH stiff u. ('''pt. .lame. liloiHluorth pins I Ask
28.2 an Lamar Brll'lson' tlce field. defense The other Is right scored the other BoUcu tally,' ,
Lair ,Xt> it Jacksonville | Street headed west and pulled: '! on his fiiplaln'H liars.
broke, the IMo a driveway to avoid Charley "
Yellow Jacket' who will meet pound senior, who 1 III a 'safety the final period.Persons I II p 1 Searcy, who WRI' following .
t -,I the Tornadoes at 7:30 Friday on defence.Wlllin I ____ /
,|I night In St. Augustine, are 0.2 in 'described by J3HSua I I! with Hearcy: his blocked car while the Ciews driveWAY and Co. D Commander E. qw "r

HAMMOND for the season andre routed a good blocker with gOld:; M
Chambfll"s'III'rlvfll.t
I I Disabled .For 31"I I at the si-ene
Johns
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49-0 by LaKe City !last speed who stays low. 'Barbar The officers took Owens Into Z
ORGAN STUDIO : Conch Hutse and his U a. with
week good blocking back
} custody with no trouble.
acouU classify their t next opponents fairvupeed.V May :Receive Total SS Promoted To Captain
Owens Miout thIs question ;
first told
Factory AuthorizedHammond as the "kind of club The third Is. Willla' running I the police .

, OrgM8s4e that with a little spark could I mate at tackle and the biggest -{I People whose disability may or'.has a ''disabling condition I his at' City car,Hail but they then coiilJ snatch "This summer my camera -
refused If.
4k Smrlceteen explode and .really whip up on man on the Jacket .iuad. not be permanent.*' yet*eariousenough which could last for 12 months, stolen I had $160
t* play the easy way somebody." I I Listed in ,I he program As. 315. to last at least ,12 should, apply itnmmedial'ely" for i sign a release form. Finally! 1 ''I.t. lUchnrd "uclel.Vn... Illgn, flu "moved to Staiko was
II* N. W. Ittfe Ave.Oataeovllle The Jncketa.... .ye over 15 bIg""Brnoe ainnrnit Is 'tabbed I consecutive months, may 'J), his. new disability protection. warrant wa Issued and the 'took cgmmancof the Inca' limn Tulliliassee/ I'., become, medical expenses from a'
Wsopplac Oa._ I letVermeu returned from the by 'BUS Cocottes at around able to receive a social, security Watson points out that the car searched. Officers round I National On aid unit Company ,in instructor i\t the Floi/'Ida hosting accident, and a

1 I 1966 quad and are a good I 26O., The' big: senior la'l a big,, disability check, says Thomas work requirements for disability In..' the vehicle 32, .22, and .30 D, July 12 was promoted to State. PilsionKnllstlnffr JWOOO: liability suit for In
good looking squad, strong ,boy The club is very strong physically l- .will stick opposing ,linemen. ,Security Field Representative A person must. have 0 years new Armory on Saturday, K 1 101'1' I d a NlU.na'I1l1n : :volved none of theselosses
but, the Jackets have anew Jacket quarterback who if .work: under ,social security Orange airthnrltUArrived i I Sept'. 23.30ckel rd, St. PetrrMbnfj, Fla. o. In*
((<'-' coach this year and the started Die Lake City 'Watson went? on to say that duriay &"r 10'"ears befjre.. he about midnight, Saturday and" 1 Is the) first local officer Aug 20, 1911!\ Jockel, WK" covered, by my
ro IncetownBetter players may not have yet adjusted game 18 sophomore Fred Grider many, persons who could be became V'.ablM.Foi" took Owens back to Orlando.OEOAN to achieve the grade of transferred to Tallnhniiirp surance. I Is it wise to have

... Me.......cr.,..."mrera"..._"'" J to his system. a right handed passer who! receiving disability paymentsfall : further,. information on captain in six yearn. The last Headquarters! Company 1" one local agent make 'a'
,..!:.. .,",wr"' ,...'10..._.'....uw.... This Friday the Tornadoes Is an avenge' thrower He .to apply,because :they are' the Usability-pro visions Of the BAPTIST [Breaker] before him was Capt James tin, 124th Infantry, and re' ,survey of all my risks; and
\) = -"' .YI4Ya, will fare a bigger club with I has. good ;rttpeed. is a fair ball unaware of the change in the: social'aecurltv law aa well as Sunday Services: Sunday Bloodwoith from whom ..Joclel (- mnlned with that unit until hi the insurance I need for,

depth enough to two-platoon handler but ta young and can definition of disability.: It is, any other vqueatlon concerning School 9:43: a. m. Morning took command of Co D. transferred to Stniko In Srp full protection
I almost all liie: way The Big, not stand pJ'<>Bsuro. .Another no .longer ,necessary, he explained -i social ,ievurlty, contact tho Worship. 11 Cupt. Jockel is the new tembnr. IDTS!:\ ax n sergeant
Homes Furniture Ce' Red looking for its 30th win signal caller senior Douglas that a' person be per, social .security repree .lta.tlve. union 6:30: a. m. Training principal of Bradford Mldcllt He entered the first National' Charley E. Johns
p. m.
1200 S. Edcewood Ave. without a logs, will aim face Feltner; 160. W'lll.alao be manently disabled.- He.la in-Starke- eaoh' Mondayand Service 7:30.: Evening School A professional educator Guard Officers Candidate
JjckAonvllle.. Florida. 33205 two baikftelds. one of which throwing :for the [Jackets. Anyone who: has been dUiablud -'' Friday, m01'nlna-.he !18 located Prayer Meeting Wednesdaj he was formerly prin- School held at Camp handing< Agency
T:30
I runs from the old single wing Their favorite V receivers are fur at least 12 I months upstairs In the Agricultural -, Htv. Leroy Olive : p. n cipal fat Hampton Klementnrj In 1961 and graduated, in 131 St.
ends Ronald 1"e.r- a 171 ,DOUIU! Building Pastor. and has taught .aernndaryachool Tune 10B2. He is olio of the ONE 964-5070
senior, and Steve :Rhoden, ,a. science at UrftdforU/ first of the officers of that
.
164-pound senior. F>hr has +I ...
r1l sr l t good hands and' average speed; odd, unused corners of their chronic diseases .* heart disease w

1l i but Rhoden t la the' team's favorite suburban yards. Many wind bronchitis diabetes\ and I
receiver.I He has a good up a.e>windbreaks or boundary Addtoon's: 'disease; 'pregnant
j|I outside move to elude 'defend. line:hedge.win combination," women; persona over 48, and Let Grow
especially thowe .over C8.I ; your Savings
I era. Rhoden la the'fourth man I with red cedar. .
I i who goes .both -wa).. i, Cedar seedlings] are $1000'i I During the 25 years< since:

1, Halfback Paul Landry, a per thousand. .... are Arizona development of .flu Vaccines.reaearcheis .i rI. '
!1153poundeenlor, in the i IJackI Cypreee.for Christmas trees I.. have nck'cd that::
eta' outride i land .break-away and Catalpa. for posts and they should w regularly uP- ,:
'threat.. .oH e !aleo.is.a receiver fish bait. Other .seedling, dated because the flu vertn- 'With Us !
unlike others is i
many -- oon-
with [good hand and can which may be ordered for 11''
stantly cl1&nR1na'hue.
catch: the ball In a crowd. $15 per,thousand include Tu-I .
i I Fallback,.Noel .Perry,.a 200- pelo Oum. a, nectar plant for vaccine which is rttective I
against certain this
.a type
pound Junior,.is strong run beekeepers, Cottonwocd cut-: year may not be effective. ,
;," ner 'vp Ute .middle and off- tangs and three species of against ,the smite typo( next *' ,
I&WICe& ) Our Assets f
f Eucalyptus for planting In year because: that type has
South Florida undergone a small change'
'Time :To 'Order I ''The seedlings are grown by renderIng the vaccine Ineffective. JUNE 30, 1901 -- $0 '

Tree .SeedlingsAt I the State in one of three 1 ;

The Most Convenient Way Bargain Price nurseries Munson In West The board. said that while' DECEMBER 31 1964.. $1,042,702.87 '
r Florida. Andrews in Central citluene should"have flu .hots' ,
I :Florida, or''Herren In South regularly each year, !it oJI1ay I:

To Bank Is From Your Car take Once advantage: again It's of the time! tree to I(r. Florida Available says only Jensen..from I!erren I not protection guarantee Kat 100 Neb per,booster centl, JUNE 30, ''1965 -- $1,502,382.45DECEMBER ,

.
of tha !
seedling program F1or-1 I Nursery near Punta Oorda can lessen. the verity of and i
!ida ,Forest Service. : 'attack In case' fJ) t Is contac
are not distributed. "free",,a* are 4IOtted..seedlings. In quart eeG. ,./ '. 31 1965.
Parking problems!' disappear you save : but containers, for,' $20 per .hun .I.li:TY $ $1,854,281; ;
believe
,
time and trouble when you use our convenient. many persona I dred. Specie sold In pots !include
Drive-In Ranking Service. Just drive up to our ,, they are very .,Inexpensive I Eucalyptus, Australian County .BarnIsApproved
outside teller's window and make deposits' and a'* real bargain-a rare 'pines. Bilk: oak. Brazilian .
your
thing In- th_ ,tbnd ,anTony
or withdrawals, without ever leaving the 'seat of ..JM1IIen..A88tstant. ,E::" pepper .and India roaewaod : JUNE 30 1966 -- $2,127,374.58

your car! This Is Just one of the many ways tension. tOll'uterf'Fbrd&.IACrtcuIturat' t The minimum order for potted ,

that we try ,to make banking here easier and tenB1on 9 ivice.. stork Is 25.Fbr.iteteile By ICommissionI
on ,picking! .
more pleasant for you! 'For example; pine jedUn suitable I '
species for
your area i DECEMBER 31 1 1966
FULL SERVICE BANKING mum are '$5.order.per'5001.thousand This,. ;comes laninl-[ ordering application seedllnga/blanks or obtaining contact --j!I adjustment Conditional: ,. the upon Eradford several' -- ,$2,345y891.51

County CotnmlMrton accepted,
to only I4o! per tree. M11tlonaof
OWNED HOME: OPERATED your local Extension office .Uttt i new $29.000 vehiclemaintenance
HOME: '.
these twoforapenny or County Forester, Or- shop! 'Tuesday'
pines are planted by forest ders are taken now .cirou hNovember 'after'a'final inspection of JUNE 1'967
The Community State Bank landowners both large and for delivering/ during the building. 30 -- $2,160,044.55J
into' forest
mall, to grow ,thei'Hrinter'ptantirta season The new facility, located 'at :

OP STARKE products. I December "thru Febru the former American Legion
1 1MEM Many thousands+ are also j ary. j jI prcnrty on north. "Temple) ,,
RR. F. n. I. r planted] by taomeawsera -on I Ave., consists of 'a repair
Health Board shop with a' three-ton capac*
'IT I : ;Hy mono-rail howt and a I Ii SEPTEMBER 1967 OVER
: IIWams.OI! Increase! I'j i shed for tutorage of .the | :

My Sincere Thanks To All iIn i i i county'a.Glialnnan vehicles'' Dave', '"'"thuford ,

!1 rThe State Board ofNealthiwarns ,l and 'Commissioners 'Buck.

The Citizens Of -Stafke I -that Jnoreaw. InA2 Norman.. Jerome Johns, and
I : tnflueqza) 'can expected ,.2edr .,Hamilton ,along 'With; $2,900,000.00aThe
I"his winter, )partlcululy In Road Ftoreman-B.' E. >Jones

the east, because there..... ,made the inspection with ,
relatively 'lIt.tle..Jaat year.and contractor Errtext Tileat.
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.li 1.y this Increasod the' rteneval Jones '!said,the fleet .of ve-.. .,
level ..of susceptlbUlty. 'hicks includes 13 trucks: .
Two vaccines. will be.avall- three motor graders s. pull-,
aWe; 'a .new OM' to ftht A2 type'l1'aden.' bulldozer; ''n. Directors of First Federal Savings and Loan ;

and B strains, >4h ,onesex: front-etvi loader, L. pulver-
p ctd this 'year; and V the izer-fnlxer traf/ic roller, Association are pleased to announce that the Quarterly ;
other ,older vaccine, aimed>at and a dragline. ;

Ha ,of all ll /I"he.er1On I All repair :work on the ve-. dividend on Passbook, Savings has been creditedto
: with-nu Isn't personally concerned ,,hide. Is done 'by county :employees .<
with ''the particular; with the exeptlon of, ,, eligible ,
; ,, strain' the board: noted.< 'AU special jobs which .require intricate -_ accounts.
are relatively. "the same' eta' a .
.'.',' ;' and >expen lve 4qulpmnt -
.). .allek'' person The strains are the foreman"eay.. ,
of concern only to the doctor .
: o"r'" i Bite i of ,the rePair' shop' tit
,: the scientist, inct the
I'. 'd -southwest corner labor story technician.
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9d+ the tract purchased thy! Icommlmion .
; ti 'The flu season atirts. lit
rL ,for. a ne v courtI: .
'November' In :Ftorrt.*. The'I ; r'rG .
iii I .' vaccine becomes effective: In house. | Savinos anil Loan ririi
'Location ,of' the shop there = .
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t ,about a week If the person Is l I INSURER; .
taking as a t booxter.: But If 'is-.the step by the Commission .
several ,years ''have '!Tone by to have all count faclll-: f'-1 0

WILLIAMS : without a shot the vaccine I tree In ,one .are rlth the ext .
,GERALD L. :i -. takes about 30 days to.be- *', ,'caption of the >Agrlculture ASSOCIATION OF STARKE ,-Lc'' .

come, effective.' Complex now ,sunder corltruo-' 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-5000 aY< *_ yy lJtpl .
GROUP :4 I II Immunlzajtlon .Is enteclallyfurged r .
COUNCILMAN '
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_'I'1'CTION': 1 ," f1F. SIX _ _ _ _ BflTPOflDCOV7TVTE1.FGRAPII._ (rovtutn. n..ofttn _--- Tinman IY. i sr.rT '!R. UR"I 1
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three bonuses-or $75. with 1 Ilio i:'I!<'1'\\It of th.' Circuit Charles A. Darby .Ml.lll-lll" II'IIIIOII Cl-ll" .II, (
Local Chamber Warns Against Cum" I III .uiifl! for Hrmlfortlfoiino. Cleik, of Circuit (""u1, of All "I "Mill: UK''I"|i I "I': :l I..r ?
Calf Scramble Set Oct. 7 Once buyer's signature was '. O:'"tirthoii, "n, i'ltarke.I"Irlda. Bradford County Flcridu. III' I II:IK,' < '' III', ';\ "I ,I, ',01 I I.:in:, .I, '
on a contract. the time pay- und M..rv. a copytlmruuC By JUauluh M. Moody, UC.. MNItiOF.. li'l'.l' ,'Mill. :
Chain Referral Sales RacketThe upon, xald Plaintiff* 0.18 H oils 1.111' ,,"" iti, I ii) i i i I ,iriciiti I or
ments were turned over to a
Hltorlu'y. Burton T; UollvluB. .-,,i"III IciiK-H Khiill. ,In. c ti' I<'crmi1' t
bank or finance company for Kill: North Aliiln Htrartt ... O. >..tl.. 0( Ap 'llfn I I collection.On I>rawor, I22H. (llalncnvlll, Klor- ,...... .....icirlhi In nui.b cnrtlfli'P n'I c'.r"
Starke-Biadford County spectors have completed th!) .-eVi U-atHK,' will" he aol,! I tii,, I 11hl.hN.I I,,
With Horse Show Idu, on ir boforx th" 91h dry (fm. 1 ft..Kl., K. H. \
Bar-B-Q Chamber of Commerce Investigation of 200 refer..alpromotions. August/ 7. 1967 Interstate of Uutobnr, KIH7; and 'If you Ni, i"'" In hi-ri-bv" given i Hint .: hl"d..l, I lb c' iiiuitriiinr I'
warns that. Ui chain I irferral : The 200th was Engineering Corporation fHll I lo il lcc HO a T xi.fault JudtftitMiit Mr., T. .1. Alderman. the holdtir It''II" MIII" I ih,.> r''i'KtMondnT '
advised Its dist-Ibutors will for* ticket UfruliiHL of the, following! cRrtlflcatdBha : (In Inc lull, nl Ottnii. '.>.'i ,
Flans' HIP brioflnolll'mdi/ i five calves In the first event by the Chamoer and tho boy sales racket Still pi a'\juts tiN 1 the most significant, Involv- )"u for tile. relief flHtimnrlud In flied mild ct-rtiriuate for \
till* week tor the Chamber uf' and 10 more boys will scramblefor who catches them for two American consumer despite ing Interstate Engineering that they will no longer furnish tho Cuniplulnt, and tlivreafttrHiild u tux deed to bo iHHUutt thorn- 11187. whlih IH theml duv of ,

f second five calves in Tho boys are selected an effective tirlve on these I Ctorptf.'atllon. a California them with\ Its Owner- Cause vball proueed IBx on. The certificate numb..raand Octcilml' 11107.
Commerce C I the years.
sponsorni) ) 11 I Par., yearn of Ixnuance. thu de- J)"I cil( this -" Scramble set next' Saturday.I the second. The 10 boys who by a committee on their I hUh-pressure promotions by I manufacturer of a vacuum Recommendation Program WITNFS:4: : mr hand and seal\ ncrlptlon, of the property and oat 1'HIT.churlim! .

Oct. 7, when 20 Bradford I do not catch calves will later 'ability to care for and feed postal authorities. cleaner sold through the referral materials and will stop all nt Hfptiunbrr Mold. Cuurt 11)07) this, at B day Uturke. of the. names In which It was .a.- (IU1\I.1!

Bounty: youths will scramble Ifor I vie for five piglets. Only five : the calves and they wiil be Peter J. Novak. Executive! method by about 100 use of these materials by Forldci.tuA.l" ) 8c".d(Vrilflrntr' ore as No follows 44. : Voar ifluiiuanii A. Llarhv, ,

to calves! and five plRS.' of the 20 boys will come off required to show them at tho Director of the local Camber distributors across the U. S. September 7, 1967. It also
The scramble will be In losers, according to County Bradford County Fair next said referral selling continues [ In July Interstate! was said It would not supply its rhurlua ,A. Darby, Clerk of Property f A Bradford County ,Florida
Circuit lit I h Judicial' 210' "KM InoCW/ COlt of KW1
-three ports snndwlched between Agent George Hugglns. spring.If to victimize thousands convicted by a Federal juryIn vacuum cleaner or are alarm Circuit: : In urtAnJJl1 .Hradforil.: of HH4! !KKC:! 24, T-r.-S U-Si2- By Uuillnli %1. Muiiily.... l it. C.

events of a trl-county All 10 calves, (a total a boy falters on. his of people each year, many of New Hampshire: of aiding system to any distributor County, Florida K ((1 Acre) r, 9/7 4t 11/28

boiM show sponsored by the around $4.000 in value, have agreement before two yearu them debt-ridden low-In-I and abetting a mall fraud. who continued to use the lly Deputy: llnuliih Clerk M.: Moody Name. In which HNHrsNGd 1 "

Bradford( Roping Club to HiM l I been donated. Donors are: the Chamber committee will come consumers! Also convicted was a franch- OwnerRecommendation Pro- 8/7 4t 028olc

Ufo to the evenin Bradford Bryant Reddish, Art Schultz decide how the BlL'uatlon will According to the national: Ised distributor In New gram or who uses any form of FRESH 1IRADFOKD COUNTY

Union and Columbia Counties I Maurice Edwards. Mutual be handled. If a boy decidesto Better Business Bureau with Hampshire and five of Its referral selling which offers :> Of AppllrBllim flee For Tax '. \ C

,*,11I vie. Lumber Co., Shell Oil Dealer sell his calf, he must pay which the local Chamber Is' officers and t\les.men..All. : any reduction from the con- "5.' ... ,.<1..8. V*. !H.

The Roping Club I Is olao I John Torode Florida Bank at the Chamber $150.If affiliated through member defendants will /appeal. tract price.NBBB Mr.eJ.!! 1*Alilurman I hereby given tha ,holder that SQUASHMOUNTAIN w' :

fechedulng a bar-b-cue to be- Starke Holiday Inn, Bradford at the end of two years, ship. Department of Justice According to N BB. it advises consumers of the following -certlfluatct :

gin at :f\> p.m. I County Farm Bureau and the the boy has done a good job sources have estimated that marked the first time that to buy appliances or other has riled cold certificate for

The first part of the calf.1 duPont CO. shown the calf at the Fair, referral schemes now oper- Interstate or any of Its distributor products from local dealers a on.tax The rifiad v.rtlfluat tti be 1I..ueeS numbersand there : GROWN f1vvAPPLES

scramble is Bel? fur 6 p.m. wJh: I The Farm Bureau and registration! papers will be ating Involve a public loss of \ had been charged whose reputations are knownto years. of iNmianue, the d".
him with million. In Federal court vth!' violatIon them. In case of doubt ""'rlpU"" of the property, and
the second half and the pig Cattlemen's Assoc. are assist made out to no $200 I a .
check with the ilni nMunb.i In which It wan asMOMNII -
Scramble set to follow between I ing the Chamber in the strings attached, according to Referral selling, which borrows of the mall fraud statutes they should are ai follows:

events of the hovseshow' scramble.The County Agent George Hugging. from the chainletterploy in connection with their local Chamber of Commerce. Certiricale' No. 68 Year of 1,
laisuance 1985. :
I Ten boys will scramble for i I calves will be coowneda that flourished years chain referral operation. tlO of Property BEG U. S. NO. 1POTATOES

ago, holds out the promise Interstate i and the distributor -i !. The (''..-..It riinrr OfKlorlilM 50Dwr of HH COlt i of Lot 65! I
get 1 KlKhlh': 1 Juillclnlflrcult. P N 100') W 100'. S 1 100' K lOOP to I t
of his taxes before the that the consumer can were charged with collaborating .. n-za-v.
part In Anil 'or llrudfunlKllANK 1'0noC/ :Jt 21T.K.III.
"The Dirty Dozen" Set 5 Days deadline In 1963. an appliance or other productat in a ..reeITaIlcheme r.......". Name In which a.. Hatid '
frartlon of its rod by: THOMAS ,I'KTKKSON.Plnlntlff : Helen Barren
II a which led prospects to believe -
Kelly took the position that vs I.1NUV KAY All! of wild.. property| beIng
i 'Fri. Tues. At Florida TheatreOne the remaining portion of providing the names of they could get Inter- PKTERKOM.': Upfonrtiint. In th. c'onnty, of liradtord I'KU LB.
Blocker's taxes wpre lute but friends and neighbors: and state's vacuum cleaner for a TO: L.INPY KATf PETERSON : !; Suite of Florida.UnleHH .
certificate
Much
or
I of the big pictures of more honorable death or a he said Tuedday he would allow !- collecting( a bouns each time down payment of $19.90. : 0/" Larry Lambert lertlflcateB shall b. redeemed
a- site: is made. M03 Avo.llorkford. according to law th" propertyIpmribeil ; '
\the discount a'cordlng to Other costs supposedly TO in r a
1967. MOWs "The Dirty! possible pardon If they agreeto .
JlllnolB Kill). '1 In cud" certificate or
iDozen' unfolds a .spellbound- train for and complete) Comptroller Fred. O. Dickin The Post Office Department would be recouped through' YOU AllW 1I1CKKIJV NOTI- i-crtin.-u.tfH will be noli to the DOWLING PRODUCES '

Ing and unforgettable' story the seemingly sulcldjl 1 mis- son's ruling. has .:Disclosed; \that 109, bonus. commission :payments FUr; that a milt for divorce hlKheHt bidder at the court
chain-referral schemes are ban, been filed HKalnHt ;you anr couee. door on the first Mon-i
pf a remarkable mission taking sion of parachuting Into Nazi The only other company to of $25 each time someone!! on >>er *iilttnt. by Kritnk. TboitmH day In month of October, 1861,1>
place behind enemy linesIn occuppled France and blow pay its 19R5 back taxes in full under Investigation for pos-, the referral list bought the 1'elerHon, an 1'lnlntlfr In tic which It. the 2nd day of CHitobii. -
sible mail frauii Court (' .."'I ,. 1957.Liated] ({
violations of 'showed above jttylmi acid "
France during World War Ing up a. chntcait housing hits been Gilman Paper Co. I product.(]': Testimony and you are r'-lltllr"d'| I in file this 28th day of AUIr'
JI: to local patrons as Itecreens top-ranking dermal: Offi which presented a $7,068 checkto or lottery statutes. that only 10 per cent of the your c1c>rniiu; or An>*w"r to, tlui "iHt, 1907. S

at the Florida Theatre cers.Blocker's. the tax collector the first I. In four years poscal In buyers received,: 'more than Complaint! na fllod therein! (SEAL) '

for five days this Friday week in September. Gilman
through Tuesiay! 'Sept.: 29 4_..... ..-..--,,;;;_ ._Ibto...
: did not claim the discount for i

-end 30 and Oct. 1-3. Tax early payment however. 1

Far more than a. powerful

end explosive drama of men

:bnd war "The Dirty Dozen" Discount INVITATION BI'.t1E TO Hll II

la an inspiring story of the $' PI H(-I\MI\;
possibilities for depravity or I'O'll'll''ltn' ,
TAI.I.H/'''SlU, KI.OHlril
.decency In every man-and AllowedA 'I'omwetltlva/ \ Hvaled Hld. will
of jedemptlon for even the he received bv the State fur- .
)vorst. "limliiK, CornnihtHlon' until 10:00: ------- -- I
AM. &DT.: on date shown for
The Kenneth Hymin pro- the Rule. of surplus prop..tyOctober USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
Hictlon In Metrocolor has $26.99 property tax: discount fI, iSO Pine Gum r---- find $15 up. 10) different
< the Classified Ads.
name
taken by timber owner Bid Blanks conditions and! T you your among name brands to choose from
been filmed on a big scale specifIcatIons! be obtained I
lIlElf '
1965 may
Nelson Blocker on his P. .R
with the large cast headed by I from the state Purchasing to The Telegraph office and receive TwoFKLE Parts & excellent repairs aH
Academy Award Winners Lee taxes and protested! by Tax CommlHHlon, Room I 12. William, I makes.! KIRBY KALES A
Collector J. R. will be O Uloxham Hulldtngr, Tallahasueo -
Kelly
Marvin and Ernest Borenlnenmj Florida.A PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville ,,
allowed after a ruling by the \ 3. 3767110. tfchg
with each of the pivotal Day THEATRE PASS
state comptroller's office.Kelly ExucutivDirector: In.CLAMMIFIKI _
_
roles flUed by a star. They
said Tuesday hw nad 9/21 2t e/28 : g gC
comprise Charles Dromon, "4'
notified? that Blocker AT LAST! 7c
been was I II ____
Jim Brown. John Cassavetes I t CARL BEGGS
due the discount he took on I
Richard Jaeckel, George KElP YOUR RECORDS HASTINGS MATTRESS A HOME: OWNERS aJ
Kennedy Trim Lopez, Ralph i partial payment of his 1965 I <<: <: > AD ,1& UPHOLSTERY WORKS Gulf ServiceUSED POLICYFor
TeUy taxes which were. paid Ira Sep MATfclSVf : Lemon St. Palatka I I

S\valas.,Meeker.' Robert Clint Walker Ryan and tember after court action og1MQAte4v.sMessIbeTfsDeected <. 1* word s.. ...$l. 0F.nrli I Furniture Repaired I PARTS Mobile I
which lasted for two years. Top Prior for Wrecked Car. That Qualify
'Robert Webber; word 'over" 13 -.___..O7Kxtrm Upholstered & Refinished 24 Hour Wrecker Service
Blocker paid the balance of I CALL THE MAN
12
The Dirty Dozen are
soldiers who have been!! con- his 1993 taxes on Sept. 6, a paid. dinr I. ***dv If..c Hot. ,__Jfl ; MATTRESSES REBUILT Fuel Oil }'ROlKEYSTON\! ( ?
:-victed of murder or other total of $1,270 but the check "' New Innersprings
MEMORIAL. REsetS MOWS AAA S H Qrecrn George E.
crimes by court martial and. was accepted under prol'est by S ....t. pr .v.sd I arid Hox Springs I StampsHwj.
I because of the discount SOl N. Waldo INSURANCE
Kelly
'through a curious Project Drop Ua A Curd or Call

Amnesty thought up by General taken which Is usually giversonly I no .CARS word o.OP.. If.,THANK.. __.__ .>.'" I PALATKA EA 0-9168 4AJS1998I Keystone Ht<*. I
Worden {tBorgmlnul are I to persona who pay their Knell word ..".... (M :..t.,.. offered an opportunity for a taxes early. Blocker .had paid PEGGY SIIALLER FLYING SERVICE THE K1GHT POINT I
209 E. Adklnn St.
I > I FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- way :y wi write. Come In .1
tt StarUs, Agent elect ;your favorite :
: UNDERWATERWEED : plan. rentals. Creyhcund Bu '
+ Charter. Keep your party to- BROOK fountain pen.

CUTTINGAll .. GRAPH. 1 .
gether charter bu Phone .

$: Types 944-6090. tfchg SINGER ZIO ZAG i
t i%..." .
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N CONSOLE
MODEL
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,,, Drag, Line WorkJ. AT REDUCED RATES shape. Ziar Zags make I
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i I : AUTO FIRE. BOAT .tonholes fancy designs ..
: : C. Gardner DOYLE E. CONNER
on buttons, appliques (
gainst ton by*'. M such equipment nHwcule INSCRANjCK: AGENCY i
,: Mulli-Lox Insulated files. "HONE HM-7720 UchgNEW' grams etc. Sold new for
,
'Von can hay complete point-of.us* $300. MUST SAC
prntaebon for all' your vital records: in SILVEU SANDS LAKE Just pay balance $64
MOBILE Clrtckasna I
homos -
two ttirat or four-drawer Undarwntart' I I I $2,700 to $3.500 sume $8 monthly
20' & 24' wide Buddy-
I
certified Hercules files. And tailor-
1 MId.locl arrangement you any desire. I IDon't I, THANK YOU NOTESBeau- GATOR BONE LAKE --'- Clemson Layton Travel Trailers Call Credit Manager I \

My sincere thanks to the voters oft i waa-tee lAde \ 'tifully engraved III gold or $3.575 to $1,275 TYPEWRITER RENTALS Liberty. Taylor Azalea LECT. Jacksonville: I

1 silver. $1.25 for box of 25, Including Day. week or month. Btart buy, Hell, trade. Year bank fi- anytime. Will deliver
\Pia"j EASY: TERMS
Starke for the fine support you gave II Bradford I envelop!! Bradford ford County Telegraph. Phont I nancing. Buckeye Trailer Mart' ,, obligation._4t-lu I
See S. E.
County TeJegraph. tf McKay 964-6305. tf Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd.

me, and congratulations to my opponent I TELEGRAPH12Wides. NO. 537-Pi-Iced Rtsht"' 43BOLTS 413-4710 Keyntonfl or Heights 473-41.12 Orange Pak 264-3131.: tfchg MANAGER Career Minded:'

with creek, Good location Young
i men who are
who ran such a clean .race. for poultry farm. Juat riioneit 478-4818 POWELL Myers Power ToolsArea ested In a well planned I

$7700. Terms. FLORIDA 90 Strawberry For gramwith specific goals
Headquarters
Plants for sale. -Eh/In Starling mind. For quick '()
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NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3acres Ijtwnntowem Power Tool.
EWELL LAWSON Macclenny. Fla. Phone with large Interstate
on U. S. 301. Older MtCuItoch ChainSawsPumps
Custom Made 259712'2.o.' .' Sip bIt' CORNER LOT ation, call dalnebville
:
I For Florida Living home. Only $5500.ElTROUT Convenient two bedroom A: Water System 9535. Advancement,

REA1..TT APPROXIMATELY 40 acres home large comfortable Brlgg" *'- Strmtton Engines liberal salary with (,

Get Mo" 2117 N. Temple Ave., StarKe good pasture For Rent. 600 rooms with screen porch and Rentals Sale t\rvit'Je\ pay based on : I

YOU For Your S $ Fla. ((904 J 91\.1.61\119\ \ bales of hay could! be cut car port. Low down payment 230 N.B. 16th Ave. car allowAnce. excellent

-.. and barn stored. CII.Ufter 5 low monthly payment. Galnesvllto 378-8411 ployee benefits. Let us

.MAYTAG No Sa1arie4.w csi : SAVE $17.50 by ordering o'clock 964- .lS3. 4tchg 10112| Need Small Tracts, clo.io In. tfchg you to be a respected
lrch"I
World Book Encyclopedia: before Two to 20 acres. Have buyerswaiting. her of a crack
mlssloneca
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.t.mptuJ'' .. DID YOU KNOW Ifa:! easy to FOR RmNTroom 'and bath
Sept.- 30. It can even be team with vital
DAD &: BRAD.LARSENLIKE held and shipped for ChrIst- own a Longchamp Home? furnished! apartment. Call 964. for the profit and 1
Better built for Florida lIv- BIlL POWELl.
The Most DependableWashers TO WORK mas. For demonstration ing. Your plans or ours. Real Estate .6852. tfchg the organization. Aetna

phone M. A. Payne at 964-I nance Co. 15 N. Mol n ,

& Dryers You Can Own! YOU Benefit! I I 65flO your local representative Your ford lot Mitchell or ours. phone Contact 964-Bu- 404 W. Madison St. 2 HOUSE BEDROOM lot fronting FURNISHED 100 ft. Gainesville. 3tchg %l :

Designed For Use With since 1956. 3tchg :,928| 6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke. Phones: Off. 96.1.6.16&After I. on paved road. 185 ft. deep i '
Hrs. 533-2018: FOB RENT4 1
Permanent Press Fabrics AD Sizes jn Display tfohg I Access to Crystal Lake $6.* room
P. O. Boa: 1089 Starke. Fla. Ished' apartment with I
FOR SALE 3 bedroom rOOD. Terms to be wotkad out.
Large "Capacity Lint FUtar 8-10-12) Wide FOR SALE-BRtCK HOUSE I bAth. 331 Clark Rt. I :
house, furnished. Good Repair Country Home over 2,000
SA LES bedroom SIGN PAINTING
ready for 3 I
Itt Baths occupancy.
!
( old Water Wain & Bins and New Paint. Small l'/a' bath. Located just 1 WALLS WINDOWS I sq. ft. living area. Large FOR RENT :
Expandable! Down Payment Monthly oaks 4 fenced. facing
:2 Year Parts Free -Easy SIGNSW. acres !
ROAD i
Q outside of city limits in TRUCKS and 2: bedroom
I Terms. 100 In Putnam Hall.
Ct Plnebreeze. Easy monthly. BENSCII. 964-7771 Hwy Unfurnished :2 I
TOWN HOUSE SWTERPRISES. I '- Price 15000. Big value for
New and Used terms. Longchamp' Coast Co. house. W. H. Noltonan.
--- TNC. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished those who love quiet place to !' :
c \ Contact Buford Mitchell N. Cherry St.
SERVICEAS 8-Yr. Contact Buford Mitchell house. Apply 266 live. James H. McEechern ::! !
financing available pone 684-6853. P. U. Box

4'''' .,.,;:.....,..... ,.- Telephone 9646853P. 238 Starke. tfchg I Park Place. Stchsr' 10/S Realtor. Keystone Heights FOR SALE Re 1d I ( (
.;, t "''t """ O. Box 238, Starke Fla. Fla. Phone 473-4106 two lots. Close .
; in. ::!
-.'-.-.. -,,- Use Our Rental-Pur- FOR SALE 3 acres of land 4138
-- tfchu 2 BEDROOM 1 Acre Land ] 4t :;hg :
chase Plan-Payments Priced 2 miles from Starke. Phone Cherry St. J. R Bull'n I ;
right. From Starke '
Under $30 Per Month I MARRIED COUPLES WANT- 4.9 miles, Hwy. 18 toward Ral- 964-7649 after 5 p.m.2tchar NEED IMMEDIATELY PROPERTY phone M4-7271._ !

ED for cottage parent work. ford, fee signs on house on 10/3 ON KINGSLEY 2 BEDROOM HOUSE I

Minimum education 9. age 21 right 50.00: Down, low FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished Lake. Contact Bufori Mitchell rent, unfurnished. 624 : '
plus. 3 hour 5 day week. In 964-6893 P. O. :
NOWIMobile monthly payments :no closing apartment. Convenient phone lIOn St. Ph. 964-1>219.
general married couples work ,
Box 238. Starke. tfchg
cost. Your credit Is good. ,
same shift. Qualified single Call collect ArGena Williams, located. Phone 964-73S2. ltchg WILL BABYSIT In my I I
persons also accepted'' If Inter FOR SALE Portabla Welding Call 96-1- 674.
WE BUY used furniture
829-6447, St. Augustine Fla. appliances -
L1T' Custom built porches
Home Site ested apply In person only.
Personnel Office. Sunland Refer House No. 4751. !tpCOTJN'rRY or anything of value. and patio rails. Ornamental MAN age 53 with ;
AVAILABLE Dahmers Discount House, 961-
would like Job not too ..
Training! Center, Gainesville. LIVING AT 7923. tfchg post, metal strips. Oil drums!* ,
Full Lake Privileges 4tch lOa:! stnnds. Hwy. 18 !North.' Turn ous. 30 year
ITS BEST
AS WE FINANCE off at Crawford Rd. Phone carpenter. 5 years as <
Homestead Exempt Mortem two bedroom home, WANTED-Experienced cook.
i FIGS ft HOGS For Sale $10 084-B113. tfchg Call Oft4-6793. SIp
Financing! 1 up. Edwards Road, let. 2, Jusf out of town, with 5 acres Must have references. Apply I ,
$10 Month\ : OUR OWN Box 227-A. Phillip Alexander good land and other attractive The Branding Iron John Woodor DRAGLINE and Bulldozer FOR SALE!: New

3t.1t" 10'9' features. A real buy at 17- Rose Lee. 2tchg 10/3 work wanfed. By the hour or Mower rake and case
Lake Geneva j 500.00 with $5,000.00 down and contract. Claude Prescott. .bine. Ph. 9646742. ; [ ]

':Buy The Best Buy Maytag :3 t BEDROOM: house unfin- 100.00 per month Inc., 6% FOR RENT Large furnished Write: P. O. Box 404. Starke.

Trailer Sales ished. 54! acres strawberry Int., on balance. A. J. Thomas, apartment. 128 N. Church St. 4tp 10/19 HAY for sale. W. S.

i hand V> mile from city limits Realtor. Tel. 964.5701. Phone 964-6107 after :S p.m. Fh. 964-8742. !
Itchg FOR SALE Approximately
$4,900.00. Phone ( I
O* Route 10 On Mile 8BKevwtoiu 9643801.tfchg DUB TO ILLNESS forced to 300 chicken tube feeders; P16G THE RIGHT PLACE to I

I Winkler Electric Co. ) llelfhts sell my Interest In Tuck' 1 LOST Chihuahua tan and and P18. Also 30 large mouth clean used furniture. I

; Open Sun. & Evenings REGISTER ANGUS yearling Drive In. Please contact Clar- white male. Reward. Phone 1 gal. water jugs with top. household moving. Two I

PHONE 961-7596 231 N. TEMPLE AVE. bull and heifer for dale. Ph. ence F. Rhoden, 964-9964 or 964-6757 338 Temple Ave. .$96 for all. 3. W. Brownlee for sale. Fennell 1

I = T "" 4-6742.: It.chg : 468-1152 Waldo. tfchg 1% ltchg SUrka. ,Itchg Center Pa. 064-5957. :


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unlimited..irresponsible parents, decrying of our situation and'sordid'portrayal -
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materialism confused elders and counselors hopelessness;to the answer of faith
corruption In positions high and and commitment
low fluctuating/ concepts and theoriesof : ',' "
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atmosphere of cold wars!; and hot. But young people's sake.For a better world.
where is a clear-cut call to find intelligent '
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Highlight' of the Bradfond some,of aor'Wiorlkha/ : uv, tie.
Alive
By
MoGarvey menthol abstractionism
County Arts Association meetIng became
last Thursday eveningwas she allmloates mVouch.. Ont

I One Ple'dg6f/ kept -- Others Broken Its Bradford September County 1942 quota,exceeded 01 paintings an and explanation methods of by hat the have verscly an.their''element many atrastlonlst.of.. ;reality be.causa ,.

artist, painting is'bigej
War Bond and, Defense well-known portrait
Trainmen. on *, real,) objoc perhaps avery
Mrs. Jean
u Stamp sales according to local -
f KThi8jiB i my tOtal com&itrhent 4,400 additional classrooms are chairman. s. A. Weldon./ By means of picture painted Mrs.- .email mooting element taldt-. enlarged.Th : in the.

concerning taxe nll6 Hulldlng vat

administrationGovernor. of An additional $200 was pro- stamps were:. June $90.938: Interest and emphasis, at different wlthbut President, "Wird BO,,.

the. Statlof Florida tner :;,wilLbe classroom neededto July $45,801 (quota .1 l!,.flOOI I ? times. with texture qolr; settQ on
no advance or inc'refS(! "TMtaxes" ; ,' videdfor each Icd: i(4V3 August. $23,212: quota $32- or, and mood, which she says. IBemott. They Jta.v .i I>cslgned

of kind." : ; help alleviate this shortage, V 8001. Two tickets to .ee has culminated In her present because both are attending a
any 7: which must be matched by the S V "Mrs. Miniver" were offered style of portraiture.Mrs. course In ceramics which meetson

After almost nine months In counties. Kirk vetoed an additional by the management of the Trammell who la also Thursday nights. Pete Novak

office, Governor .(Jlawele:I, Kirk can: $100 l"er.unit'voted by thei Leg- ? J JV Florida Theatre to those a _teacher of painting claims conducted the meeting aa

still that he has kept thispledge islature.! 1'V bu7lng' ;> $2d: bohd Friday or that anyone can be taught to temporary) chairman. An ad.

say but pointed out by ( VVV 4 .. ..L ., Saturday. Bradford County. be a good technician but each vlsory and Planning Commit'
as
His budget provided no increasein ., High niade the name (offer for artist must develop his own tee was appointed consisting
political commentator Hank with what he has to say of Thomanaon. Hahn, Mrs. J
admittance style,
the number of teachers: except to football gaines -
Duane in keeping this promise, In his pictures. C. Stephens. Mrs! :Nell: Griffin,
to take care of normal growth. Joe Kauffman and Pete ,ffovak.
the i Governor has been forced to Classifying herself a realist.
in the classrooms
ratio
Teacher-pupil -
renege on many other commit- A dinner at Blanding Center :Mrs. Trammell explained that
is expected to increase this VV
nutots spelled out with equal em- : V V I Ir was given to greet the

phasis. year. new director of the U. S. O.

., ", V Julius L Thorn, of Terre '
-"We have the hightJst per With Your County Agent j
For instance, in hi>* famed- capita income of any of the Haute Indiana and to bW

"white papers," Gov. Kirk said farewell to Bob Wear, former V
Southeastern states' yet while \ By G. T. lggthsV
tht property tastes are already sohiih director \
Florida spends $15.57 capita
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they present a -
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for education California spends Taxes,: assessed for the year i .> '

economy, and can'no anger' *' $. 3.16 per capita. 1041, both real and personal.were' \V There will be action at the fjI'Y Saturday night and'la
beiidepended' upon t&?c'hrri 'the 51.367. :and :According Bradford Pair Oround this 8 sponsored by( the BradfordP.ol1g

major load in support P.:!.. duc.avtion. Although Kirk's budget increased to Tax Collector C. A. Knight \Atturday afternoon and Club. Mr. Bill. For-

". ;/.ff. -': :;!*: V. "r.'' .:.. spending1' for education 36 / were 99.29 per cent collectedby right.st gyOT{/Is President of the club.
IWas told a few days
: week than 33,000i ago
t"i V more
cent most of the increase! the end of September
We agree.that ad valorem faxes.$ per # V Bureau members ob- that each Saturday night

are high. Yet"iff! ,.ift.b / i'H1'.KPrk'1} : ; went for tpnehora 'salaries. Ex- :; ; Mrs H. B. Arood, Miss
"r1ietfetproperty .; .cept for. salaries, the increase ; a you consider tne fact horses there. Right .iiere In -
budget provided'no'! ; Edna Edwards and Mra. Fred
". drops in' around 'f ur per cent, : a membership in Farm our own. Fair Grounds HorseArena.
taxes and 4he Goverhoi: Moore were hostesses to their each Saturday nightis
leaving per capita spending; at Is for the entire lam-
vetoed billi'wBtth i Sun'ay School classes at the
consistently
about the rate. lly.Uhat makes It a r.lghUybin a free show for the public I
same home of Mrs. Moore. \ '
would have provided greater state \I organization. to enjoy. .
sUpport for .schools in order to -"Our institutions of hitrher The young people who enJoyed Bradford County his: h af1y. Saturday night October

relieve ad va orem taxes. Further- learnin must meet responsibilities the games! .and efresh- } 109() family memlitrehlps. 7th, Is g1h0w out there that
: ments of :fruit punch, and. Mr. U. H. Harley, Jr. has wU ;;cIt, horses afed people
more, he has neyer repeat in both teaching1 and research. cookies were: Barbara Ann been our president for two front"' tJter counties: ; A .show

never -i come up-, with any concrete ." : Plummer, Virginia Carmlch- year.-i There Is not n man th 6tJ
'plan aLto.. .ow."a4.v: : orem V ad Coleert Durrance, Jennie. that W<: more interest In' ttg: jhocM form. cMuinbia' ,
Kirk trimmed 11'U' ton
tax reljeC:.:JJjgnigh! 1 be Achieved, $1 } front V Lou Reale, Ernestine Croft, Farm i Bureau than J..onnle.He Union and ''Bradford;'' Coun

throughconstitutional, revision orotherwise. university research and an additional !- Joyce Bennett, Beatrice Ed has led a good program ties. In connection with ".this

.. *""'' -- "v*,!" V : $2 from Florida State Uni! wards.. Mary LuclJe Dailnr, during his time in office., will be 'tod big Calf Scramble
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tThu8'iinstcli : red.forre:- gram. It Does Make A Difference vatt Ada Edwards. Barbara Lonnlej\ is the realization of V planting' timefor. temporary' .
having' get-to-geth- winter! feed1! is hOJ'e.'iWehave I
f, hiany countas...,.a'fm&that \ and Ann Moore Maud Taylor family
-"The community junior col er about every three months. two crops that are.-used
Beryl Thompson. J T. '
propert s al.ly. lee is hifrhlv/ important to the V FARMER'SBerry DIARY ICllsa\ ;\ held in a different and yoU 'should consider,the
andBobby
Carl
be)increased, or service.curtailed.. Preyatt. Edwards fits
commuryty each time vo that one that best Into ourpograrp.
of Florida for it provide! Whltehead. '
economy people. Win, have an oppor. _;MayBe, you:: can
:In refusing to permit any kind three types of programs aimed at growers'are yetting and as the legislature will tunity td visit with neighbors work In.'some; of ,each.; ?V

of ?tax increase,< ome observers broadening! opportunities for the ready now for setting out meet again in regular/ session Bradford. Hlun. School Tornadoes across th, county. Each family Florldi Black! or-CWtor-Bye t

think the-. Governor hjfia* :'paI ted, citizens of its community." plants by'one" of Jje final before then anything' can V won theIr first toot-' bringM a disft or two or .a is planted on prepared" ; 1 aI&

himself Jnt r-c!otner.'; ire has steps-the placing of plastic 1I4VVIV happenIncluding the eli ball game of the season by box of good food and a gcxXttime The seed Is harrowed In'.or

become embroiled (''a no compromise Kirk reduced the Legislature'' rnulch over Ute bed.). Oscar mination of- small counties,. downing Baldwin 190. About is hc d by all.. planted ,wlth ., ZtaI, _. rW.

feud the recommendations for lunior colleges Carter has one of his plantIngs : : If that happens and Brad- 200 fans saw the name as Now for this Saturday: the They must be' coverer.Just A

| with gate'seducation l by about $32 million. ready In that iespect, ford la put in with Union best they could from their big annual meetlnj will be little. About three Jr fpur

leaders that; could and we know thai others and Clay counties, for instance cars In order to keep out of held at thle Falf CJroundB. pecks of' seed per-ere. ....

eventually damage popularity! .-"As chief( law enforcement have or are about to, although 1- then the burning\ the rain. Hair-back Judy Plans are \that! eating should V The other winter grass that

with voters, and.rev'erse'? the surge officer, of Florida I shall] devote still prefer to Let the *Question will be: where will MtfRae' was responsible for begin about 8:30: p. 'tn.1"or" made a hit last year was\ 'A Is

of i. Republicanism ,;in- Florida.In full attention not onlv to plants out :first, then apply the courthouse be located: ? two touchdowns and CJOlldgeOassett about 30( minutes before that Quit Rye Grass..This can, be
spite of Kirk's Insistence that sup the plastic mulching later. for the other.Starke's there will b a short pr'ogram on pasture cod that Trvs: been
pression, detection, and prosecution !' S S S By Sam McGanrey\ --.- -- S S S in the livestock areni. A few cut just a little or on .fed.
there isuno crisis in education, of crime at all levels. but I The system of planting has In that ve t-rr.th; ? peoplff V V line-up was: Center: door prl.es'', will 'betren without 'cutting. The mflPQrt'

some leaders of his own.party are shall get at the roots of crime changed radically within recent in" window as part of J. R. of Clay County had the Bobble McHie; Ouard.t. Alvin away and a'' few announcements ant. thing is to have It'''graced

free to admit that there is a and take the leadership in elimination years, for not so long Kelly's tax: collector's offices "say-so It would be located Crews CornerV Ralph Ferryman; made or mowed close to the ground
Tickles and '
crisis, which is almost] certain toc of slums, Improvement of ago, the rule was that berries so it will beeasier to pay in Green Cove Springs, and Ertsrar Wilkinson'Dudley Farm Bureau members are so that the light seed .frill

me up ,for attention wheji, the 'education. and encouragement of were set out when thre was bills in the future in tliat: re- then what would happen to"new" ; Quarterback Pull- urged to ome out early contact the soil and can germinate -
George Flynn; enough to and take root- This
spect. Another Difference: will courthouses In Lake register vote. visit
"water in the dltc-heg. By
Legislature meets Jn November to job training for youth." that It was meant that the be that an, elevator will be Butler- and> Starke? It is back Herbert Oreeen: Halfbacks a little, sit in 'the short meeting sedlng rate will average 25

consider t the proposed new State available. .for ,those who have something to think about, Judy McRae and and be rpady to eat. I pounds per acre.
Cnstltu tion.LVXlrk'S The Governor attacked this growers\ waited .for a rainy CoolldKe Oassett Comfr Por- about to
am not let you know
.. difficultly 'cllmblni'ltal1'S, and Hal Mauies of Lake But Each grass should.be nerti-
period and set out the plants
problem bv granting sweeping rytnan was captain for the that the i ting attraction
lIned with fertilizer
containing -
and that will be welcome. ler thinks the best plan Is for a.
adamant stand againstany when the berry beds weregood
[ will be fried Chicken.
governmental to game.
powers nongovernmental nitrogen. Amount-will
"I'1 each small county to rtream-
new tax could also lead to a and moist so that the After the Farm Bureau
agencies such as the vary from 330( to 500 poundsper
line its
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:financial crisis in state govern- controversial Wackenhut young plants would:!! wet off However, according to reports government by: c'n- A new defense plant was meeting you will want to acre. Call us about your
Corpo- and thus retain Its
ment since the Governor's budget ration. He Jn to a !good start.. the new courthouse is solldatlon opened recently by Charles stay over and watch\ : the good own sltuatipn If .you_need;"to.
wa successful' gpt.Vtinw S own Identity horse
thow. how
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at least This : 1
exceeds anticipated revenue for two years off yet. Darby on No. Cherry Street.
Crime Commission created But ,
a now the growers for -
The first contract was! for
the' next two years by some $76 by the State Legislature, although the most part have irrigation drilling holes in sheet metal \ 'II

million. 4... it did not rrlve him .thf'l' complete equipment, and they can set I on sub-contract/; to the given by the junior college In Class II-S after the new

f'Hardly an/Sodr' 'expects a control which he sought. the "turn on the water' at will j Jacksonville. The metal will granting of a ;jbaccataureatadegree : to effect [June I al). 1671 I

politician to keep ail of the promises "Those' !In a position to 1 know, and thus give the plants ,\ ,", b* used as witter fllt"M for by college. wntyer- shall not be eligible.;lor:c1fss-

made during the heat of a oeree that vice and crime cannot good start on the seas..n. The For Today's (Homemakers V tug' boits used in fireflghtln sity, or similar institution of location;: in Class -Hit-A as

campaign," says Drane. But !since' growers today cannot order learning. \\ fathers but '
flourish without the connivance Martha\ McCain Mr. Darbv has recently may qualify on
By Sue
the. Governor's promises the kind of weather Question: What are the the
they
were of public officials. I t bledore that added a new drill p e8 to basis--of harahip to lile-
spelled' out for all to see in his as your Governor I snail use all want but they cant least County Extension hii eo'ilomenf. and will ijrtve: llmltitlone, if any, bn how petidonts. ,

white papers, the following is a the wein-ht and of office minimize the' effects of hot Home Economics Agent full time to the new enter I long: a person can bd deferredas
mv
power an undergraduate
summary of some of his other to crack down on public 'offIcials sun and wind.S e V prise. He is associated with student? college John Reddish '12
key commitments l> " and the batting onm 'Edgar
who look the other way. In the past few weeks we :;. Answer: -A: registrant can
average he has achieved in living had a dry period, in contrastto 4-11 IIKAD: H.\NIM, JIt.RT, foods containing, 'oils, fats, and Wilkinson. be deferred in ,Class fI-B as Of .Lawtey V
to them Kirk's: work In this area has
up : hEALTh them
? the usual weather gre.i.sen, treat with a fat an undergraduate collage student -
rainy
-"We' must commit ourselvesto resulted in suspension of a number experienced at this time of What I la 4-H What is its solvent, sUch; ha CI1.I'boltetr....- ''to Recent Camo Blinding selectee'* for who Jrv went.uc- until -he satisfies the Dies Saturday
of public officials, and other chloride!: or"a, cleaning: fluid rt- reQul lMnt'''or''h1s'baccalaureate '
establishing kindergarten the year. But the weather purpose What can you offer? tIrs into the army 'were: -
a investigations! are continuing1.! In experts predict change is 4-H Is Informal commended! for this type of degree if completed John T. Reddish 72, Of
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system in all 67 counties. If an out-of- food stain Because :P"hl M. Moore Norman! Mca !- :.
we solvents
the field of "organized crime" coming in that school some within the normal! and\speclUed I. iwtey died in
do ; regard, we educational program for and : "<)fr not take action, the Federal however notice cleaning: fluids Pare time,,tottoto pursuU at. Hospital In Lake ,
there have been few that unusually cold ;youth between the ages of ten flammable and others give off .Teremlah A. Malon Leo .CltT'liiIlttur-
Government will move in. tangible results. A recent series weather has been recorded so and nineteen. It 1 18 the youth toxic fumes use the nmolleat Brn,"'iev. Calvin Sterling Isfactorily a full-time course day morning, Sept. 23, following -

far this season, so we be program of your' County Ex- of instruction, or becomAs 24 :' an extended Ulnea 'V
'cjKirk rejected all attempts -toJxpand In -J.4fe magazine reveals the activities may amount? pf fluid possible and William T. Brown. Oharlea
of the infamous CosaIfpstra In for a cold winter 'here. tcnnion Service carried 'on in work in a well-ventilated! room. F.dlVard Nutall, William O. years of age, whichever ; occurs Born in Bradford Co.aty
( the kindergarten syjtem and a resident' .
V. S coperaUon with your Stateanj first \ all his life.(Mr.RwJdlBli
Vhich remains at its present 133- : fix Florida, as well .as other : Land Grant Universities Turn the garment: Inside out l5orsvth.V Leroy: Thornton wiui a retired farmer
As of !last week the "love" :mil place a layer of absorbent J-im. Livingston. Russ WUll QuMtlon: 'will -< rtstwuits -
unit lecj.h"We states, complete with pictures and and. tho U. S. Department of a Veteran of 'World WaI,
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names of the leaders.. bugs were still around here Agriculture. cloth or paper toweling Clifton BwiKrtitan"' ,, :Mar- ljo ibocomo: ,: lathers, and a -Ute Latfrt y

owe it to children whore dlsplte the predictions that The purpose of the Florida under thiS. stain. Dantpei: a l hes i Ducar Williams' an3 after the new selective: actv'. Baptist Church. His parfrita

already disabled to provide _"We have had the expressionof they would go away. The 4-11 Club Work Is to develop small pad of soft clean cloth Johnnie Scott Baisden. ice law became effective be were the late Jesse and SUUy
with the fluid. With light deferred In Class Ht-A \V
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windshield of the "Puddle Cl.vk Reddish.
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remedial work at every level! in the voters that they do not leadership, citizenship a sense 1 '
Jumper" got\ so bad one day of bru..htng..troke. apply the pad Answer; Every!; ease is coAsldered Survivors wife,
wish bond issue for understanding, self
highway
elementary junior and' a ( new assurance Co
high an about iff
sen. area inch
that Sam washed It oft witha \ sportmaiiahlp and attitude : one SELECTIVESERVICE on an individual basic' *. WvaSllrUnRSddi: ah 'of
ior high schools." construction) and we must an from the outer edge of the
V hone but by the time he of dependability). and heno nn all-inclusive newel. Lawtey: one sister, Mrs. Eld-
.1 1 Kirk did abide by that. Other methods of !got back from a trip tn use. Its aim Is ft provide stain and brush r toward the cannot ,be given. ridge R !Niblack of Jacksonville -
not recommend additional center of 'H. ,
financing will be sought. and and'
to Starke, it was m"'ssed up meaningful experiences that IThe onlychange seven nephews '
funds for handicapped Chane the l location of made tn nix '
will the Questions nieces.
again. One thing for sure, help youth develop into Answer eligibility 1
children which Since his election Kirk has stained portion Of the of requirements for Service
eliminated an expected the gas station attendants reasonable, mature adults. layer 'ferment were from the Jones'1femorlar
increase in the number vigorously! pushed .for a $135- absorbent cloth or paper as" a'father rciasj Chapel in Starke,
think the bugs can't go\ away You have much} to offer 1II-A1 1 under the '
million bond similar toweling frequently to avoid Military :Monday, Sept 25: with ,ith
classrooms. issue to' the &
V fast enough to suit them, and youth and you have a l'Teatoppol.tunlty Question: In regard to college Selective Service Act of
reabsoipilon. If the applicator 1967 Rev. E. C. Harvey officiating.jBUrtal. .
Ill-fated one sponsored by Gov. that if the pests never! comeback to help boys and becomes discolored\ ,. it student deferments! is r: as compared with the former
replace followed
: { propose that the state proVide Haydon Burns in 1965 and sound- again it will, be fine girls as a local 4-H Club Mjlth 11 clean one Do no: soak junior college considered art Unhrer: Military Training I\Lake I .Cemetery. In ZCbigsle '

beginning instructional salAries Iv rejected by the voters of Flori 0 S S Leader. 4-H Leaders are givenopportunities the fabric with.fluid, since this institution i of higher ,learn and Servite' Act. .is ,lhe ddl- DeWltt V Q. >Jones V ;,FIIper-! V
for Rank III teachers to learn the ing? '
at the
da. Don't forget\ the big! Calf up-to-dafe most .creates; \! a ring.. around the Ion of a restrtctlo.1. that {Home was in charge of I tar,
H te of $5,000 per year as com Scramble" that will be beld tours leader information through _Answer; Yes, If the credits ''teglatrantj who"ears classified rangetnentJ.. ',

pared to the present $3,950." -'The uncertain' status of retired soon at the fairgrounds From and special, training meetings stain.When: .'yo&ve. rejnoved tho .
Workshops ofiecod .
people has long been a'mat t ,.
all rlPln., wash and rinse
*" reports it should 0.one by our local County Extension your -
fbr.this Kirk's budget does not provide ter of grave concern to me of the bill events of tile year. Office. You too can learn aa hands thorougiiy, to ramove 4.QRik The Bradford \ 'r .; :

increase, but splits it into one close to my'heart." We've seen pictures of one, you .are teaching others. all) traces of tin "iplvenf or V S. ..CountyTelegraph

four increments over a period of and the best way\ we can describe For more information ''eanlng fluid, then wash the ESTABLISHED 18$9$ .
two Kirk recommended abolishment call garment. If the garment 'la -0
years. This may throw an it Is a combination ofa our office, 981-5471. Pleaso E. L.
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of the Commission Lot washable and la badly __ MATTHEWS, -. Editor aid .Publl .
Additional tax load on counties, on Aging, and rodeo and a football game heip us to help the leaders of her
feince the increase is based on vetoed the medicaid bill that except that the contestants tomorrow. !,Lir.edhave it dry cleaned. Q s Ylorld*'. Old1-'WekIy tttvnfupn, riiJisii.4 "

teacher! units and this school term woud have implemented Title 19 are "tackling" 400-pound GIVE: CLOTH1NO SXAIN- JEv: sure to tell the, dry"cleaner'what : 'V, 7o' UDder'TIIe.Samo"lolM& Ibiad.; eoeu..auy -

there will be ten per cent more and l increase nursing homes. He calves, and the calves have I'KOMFT TREATMENTV 'ca !led thV.tb1r. 01%' thc .

teachers than units. supported the move to* grant four\ feet Jp kick with :nstead Always check clothing l rlghk garment.For: jno-e- Information It.......rfMt earl II ThuVMAyM.. M.WM iu- rd ,-
of the two that rfrldlron after ClM. Mitir. i, 'th. roei i b, .
homeowners 65 and over a. $1,000( wearing for stains from on Stain RemuviJ, please co- ..
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There are than players' have.Tentative cand and other Sterice. Florida under Act of March IrS 131$.
tty# more 63,000 homestead exemption. foods< which fact, this offlco P. O. Box
S raY have been spilled or SutMcxIptloM U trade er1 yes,, ".00)I'4 no'n ..;. V I
pupils] in excess of normal classroom So much for the record of the wipedon reT, Starke, Fljfidor} call Osl4e ..... ,2.J1 -
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Iftoatlaa
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VVfTV1tt1Tyyftyt94-yyn ernment, Dept of Agriculture Jacksonville' and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rah- Bulldlnir N-3,4, Vnltod Stall N.....* Of ......iieatl.. F.. Ta.I ........*lIon of the property; *ndthe Nama In blah, aa. SB.d. A In month of Ontobvr, 1*'7,
family of I I '
Naval Utatlon name in whl"-h U web as- II. Kelney -hloh I Is the fad day of c.ototI. -
had served a numberof Mr. and' Mrs. Calvin Richard mes of Ft. Myers spent tne. Norfolk Virginia Deed evaed are HN. fullown: All of said' property. belnif .... Iset
HAMPTON years in several countriesIn and Toye of Ocala spent last weekend with, Mrs. Frankie You are. hereby notified thai. 1'1-' ,....I.. ... ,A Africa. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Jean Keys and Mrs. Net a. an action for divorce and othm. laHtianu I 1969.lest'rlptlnn state of Florida eertlfkuite .1''''. ItIT.SIIiALJ .
Unlea uoh or
relief. hoe been filed airalnul Nolle 1. Ilnroby Olvpp\ tltatMrfT. of Property( COM
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O. Adklns. They celebratedMrs. Johnson. holder HBO o.rtltlnat" ahal '1> .r <1. il '
Following an Interestingand. yon and ycU are hereby r.auirod -; J. Aldot-man the onj W Side of HT R/AV "n 11"1'1... A. Pafbretrcnlr
By J Ana Hl ka Informative talk on .. Adklns birthday.Mrs. ; Mr. and Mr* C. R. Mooreof / to aerv a copy of )'ourwrlu.n of thefollowing. oertlfloat.xhs. r... ItR"" N on RfW"70 according to. law'the. property Clerk. of ( Court of e
aunt defenaea to It. If filed ...14. certificate for TSD, W 15 YJJ8.! 8 TO TDH TO denrrlb.d In mioh certlfIcat. or .
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retUrned Wiiilston visited. Bradford County Florida
a& &aaa&aa&a& a.&a&a. Africa its people their culture R. L. Brown' on Theron A. Yawn. Jr., "'an"j' It tax. deed. to b. lanued. there MiilO: LINn' then H to HRCt H certificate win b. void to the Vy B.uUh M,,.Moftdy. D C.7 .
customs and religionthe last week from a'twl) weeks, MI" T. F. Brown on Friday tiff, attorney whose on. Th> certificate. numbers, A In SRH nf !SWU SEC: 15- .. hl-heat bidder' at the 'oonnhousu / 4t 9/21 .
sack-To-Scbool ,.Banquet *girls were given an opportunity visit with Mr. Mr. airt Mrs> Mr. and Mrs J. O. Adlctns I. P. ,O. Drnwer pin and years: of Issuance, the de-| T-t-a, n-aa-t door on the flrat Monday\ '
S209U and file the orIltlnal -
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Seven Intermediate girls to further 'lscusa Odls Lowman In Salisbury spent several days last ( with the Clerk of the
and their mothers attended a the topic by a question and N. C.Mr. visiting her aunt Mr W. E. "above aiyled. 1 Court on or beJore ,
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back-to-school banquet At answer session.A and Mrs. Lynn Hall' Hart in Florala Ala. wile, October a judiremenk 18 1987 may be other entered I r

the Baptist' Church on delicious meal prepared) and Mrs. T. P. Brown were Mrs. Shirley Norman< and anainnt you for the rerelief 1. . ..
Thursday night of last week. by the 'girls and their counselor supper guests of Mr and Mrs.) daughters Carl Dennlaon! plulnt.WITNKMS. demanded. In the corn ." : .
The thedne for the occasion at Bedford Frankle Jean Keys aaj Donna
H. A. Brannen
Mrs. Barbara Hill was, : my hand and the
was "Adv .ndntr In Wisdom" enjoyed by all. Lake last week. spent last Sunday at May-' neat of Mild Court at Mtarke, I
ana featured Jack Walker Bradford, County, Florida. thliHcplember
PERSONALS'Mr. Ardell Brannen .
Friends of
port.Wendy
who Is attendIng 7th 1967.BKAt .
Hilt
from the U. of Fia.. .as the
'( and Mrs. Emery Pre- will be Interested to know he near < >) ,..--
Jr. College ,
truest speaker. Mr.. Waiker,1'vatt and: boys of Starke Mr. '. has joined the Air Force and Marlanna.Chlpola spent Friday Said CHARLES Co'irt A. DARBY Clerk -- /

who Is with "the U S. Gov and Mrs. Joel Smith and will be stationed tn Texas. through Sunday at home. By Benlatt M. Moody Deputy

Wendy was recently elected,' Clerk B/14 4t 10/5
by her classmates to serve as 0---: .
vice-president of the Freshman I. The f...ty Jn....-. Co r<'
!. A.. For. Hradford Coaatr
I class. Florid. ..I ... ... ,_ !
A student of the Universityof In rem t Estate of O. D. Harbour
Just look at our f Fla., Bill Lee. was the Dee..d.NOTtCR .

guest speaker at both rervlces All creditors TO CRKDITOR of the eetaleal ...', ii :

newest depositor at the Baptist Church Sun C.hereby B.; notified Barbour, and feoeaeod.requiredto < are .. ,

*** day. demand.
*- file any olalma or
Mr. and Mrs.' Otto Hicks whloh they may have avalnat .,
Weald. In the office of the : new"!
1 visited SIx-Gun Territory onSaturday. county estate judge. of Bradford : \... Distinctively .
the attraction ,
1 A. ag4t Enjoying County Florida. In the eburt '
., x1r .
ef, with them were Mr. house at Btarke, Florida. ....Ilh.In .
t"I WlUlnaon .nix calendar. month from formal. :
MrBuddy Fastback
and
the'' date of' the first publication or
of MaXvUle. of this .notice. Each clalnt: -- .,.
Hicks or demand must be In writing .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles and must stale the place ,ofrealdence '
and family attended n bt.rth-j and poet of day supper honoring of the claimant and moat .
the claImant."I. ,
be sworn to by
father. J. L. Dykes In Oain-I' .......\It, or his attorney or
esville on Monday It will. \ become' void according"MAUOB Chevrolet Impala coupes.: '

and Mrs. L. A.Wig'
Mr. BARBO cowsAdmlnlntratrlx r
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gins and Mrs. Eve Memelee of- the estate. of ....
were the supper.juests of C. B. "Barbour, deceased. gotne) wSrtrifie\ spirited, actionone that's right for you and 'ed\aust.: Gl"I'\mstQI'1'\ (aontrot -.
il arid Williams -, (SEAL) lastback1 look. Others prefer whichever great w style you (3)) Proved safety features including.,
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Mr., Mrs' George $worn t before ma this 29th packed
I Saturday night. I day of .1 ''y. 1967. 'he poised and classic lines of our choose you'll also enjoy such many new ones. ((4)),All Jtirtd of
Eula F. Paraell new Custom Coupe. The beauty exciting new quality features as now comfort.and convenience:

Notary First Public publication, for S.on C.Sept It. of it t te from Chevrolet and only ((1)) Chevrolet's quietest ride ever., Htde-A-Way windshield wfpera.
l'7' Chevrolet: ,you set both Pick. ttw because of Chevrolet's extensive rich new Instrument panels,
THE RIGHT rODTT for th 9/ 11 4t .10/5 'r'a'u. ::. ......_-- *ise of electronic computors to help sumptuous new Interiors .
,. the wftte. Come hi and vibrations. Chevrolet's bQ$1.evef'
way you Aplirn Net Of "- -" "'*-'
and select yovr favorite ES- (2)) Better performance from a f "
TEItBROOK fcmnUla .... lee.. 104.19. r. O. igoer>j!! standard V8 with QM's now;
that'
Notice |III hereby given
.-_ _. 4eareyed. healthy, and at leasthealthy TELEOBATH.INVITATION. ]Mr.of lbs T. '3.following Alderman ''certificates th* .holder!. V ..,

have a Savings Account has. filed\ said certificate for
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be1 Issued thereon
deed to
started here thanks to proud fly TO BIO a. tax. The certificate.. >t nbr..

: parents and grandparents! He'll be learn HTATR PI.HCIH8INOTAI.LAIIA8NIOM : and year of of the iBSuance property, the .and deorlptlon .. .

ing the disciplines and rewards of thrift COMMIS.UO', KLOIIIHA eased the. name are. lirwhlrh a. follow If: waR as'. "

himself What about Competitive Sealed Hlda willb. Certificate No. 85 Tear of -
soon. your youngest received by the Slats Pur- 1905.Denurlptlon .
laauance
fchild grandchild nephew niece? Start chavlnir CommlHHlon. until 10:00: fat
,or AM. KDT.! on date shown fur of Property
building interest-earning Savings Account the sale of iiurplu. property. J Name / In N R.BNO 8/D Ida .
'i October 6. 1967 _. Pine Uum. In which assessed

1 here for him or her right now! I eperlflcallone Bid Blank may condition b.. obtained end May All Tyaon.of .iwld properly belnaW, Mi,

I from the Plats PitrrhnnlncConimlnitlan the 'ounty of Bradford, ,$tat' y
I : William. or .Iorld..
Room ills I ,
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such or
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certificate
.D Bloxham, Florida.. Building. Tullahmee certitlnatee.Unleae shall bit redeemeaannwdin rd110 (+v3* COUP . -
t to law the propertydeiwrlbfd ::1. .r... ._.
Al J.Dnys
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thehighest m
8/xt at 8/,28 oertltluatea' biddert:will be sold. ,:tha. tu rourt ::1:., : .:: C ---.-'- .
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first Mon
day house In door month'on 6T the October, I967 smart!'Be at your ChevrOlet dealer s. ,- .
Be
: .... crt O' fired I sure Puy.now
< Th. ( l/ which''' l Is the Ind day of, pvto- .
,AT sr A'R.1 tE ford Cavity. Florida. her, 1967. "
c... N.. 11 Dated this :Ilh day of Aug. ::
Sandra lf. dodwrln. Plain. nut. 1607 ,
,- tiff "... William Franklin (Ood- .( J AI.) BALDWlFFCHEVROLET
Member 'Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. win- NOTICE r>ef, ndant.OP-/ SUIT Clerk Charles. of A. Circuit fat"T'Court of,, Inc. rti""

J 30-Banks TO: William Franklin God Bradford County Florida. rBy I .
One of of the Florida National Group '
5S77940 jloody -
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Special SerTlc., Main Gymnasium Uoulah. _. .8/T /1t' /! tJ. S. HIGHWAY 301, NORTH STARKE" .-, FLORIDA- PHONE.. 964-7500. w

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government ruling has cut the interval bew01'ks in the root Zone under your '

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.t' tween application of NemagonR Soil Fumigant '- killing.nematodes. as:.it spreads : ; .:
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custom''application save :
this fall to rid your soil of root-attacking they vto ;' ,' .. '
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assure top efficiency your
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spring.
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strawberries '
o'I '" you can give your benefit 'fully from .fertilizer, water, .and. your: additional information write: Shell Chemir I

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1216 East Colonial Drive Orlando .l :.
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Following &1'0 results of :
September 23 1 b order of finIshing >
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Cloverleaf Dora Titest,
Malic Joy net, Cindy Joidon.
Bobby Carter. David. Manning I
Dennis Brown I /
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Barrel Weave dudy Jor-
don flora: TriM Bobby Carter -
Mark Joyner, Augle Fox' ,

Mark Arena Hersey Race' Dora Trlest-, __ Ip L J S r I1 v hpp

Mark Joyner, Bobby Carter p STORE S ,
Dennis BI'OW1AUQle Fox. .. .. .... ..
Mark Hersey. ,,
Keyhole Bobby (Carter .' r
Augle Fox' Cindy .10rd n, THRIFTY MAID
Mark Heroes Mark Joyner, rt :
Dora Tiiest A N 1 1J
8 Thru 12 : ; $ ti4 ,
TY 0 5 4
Cloverleaf Ronnie Hall i ti I P IS J
Randy Joyner, Klmbo For- ; m
uyth Paul Brown. Keith Jones Evaporated ;

,Barrel Brad Ct Weave rter. Ronnie :. '

Hall. Klmbo Forsyth, Rand TALL
Joyner. Paul Brown. Nate 1 I A
Shannon. Rodney Gnffla ,.
Arena Rice Roiid/, Joy-I CANS !
ner Klmbo Foisyth Ronnie f
Hall Brad Carter. Rodney MilK. I
OrlXfls. Nate Shannon

Nate Keyhole Shannon- Keith Klmbo Carter"For-', ,,,,.., . ,.- -- .- .. J

vth, Rodney OilffU' Mike \ ., .
Bryan Keith J nes. I 1-Lb CRACK IN' GOOD' TWIN pt<. GINGER SNAPS;. 7 'f J
BoY. 13 Thru 19 1 I 1 CHOC.. CHIP & OATMEAL / f.

Ernie Cloverlea.t'Tommy Trlest, Ralph Smith ,

Morgan Greg Wood, Eats I qg* j Sfl3S 3/$1/ 1
OrlffLs. Jimmy Clenvjoos, ,. 6.oz. SWEET 10 ;
Barrel Wea e--Ralph Morgan -
Ernie Trlest, Tommy LIQUID SWEETNER. 874! 2d< Regular 294 2'. AURORA ",
Smith Kelly Fbrsytii: ,' ISrnfft '2-or SUNSWEFT t \h,
Woods, Louie Noegel PITTED PRUNES 47 E 2t '
II.S5U'e" 2-: J
Arena Race Tommy
Smith Kely Forsyth Ernie 15 oz. DEL MONTERAISINS 1 .; ,". !
27* 2d ,
Triest Greg Woods Ralph I a < t i
2'."5 COTT REGULAR: j/
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Morgan' Louie Noegel. Pk. SUNMAID QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU OCT. I \ 9f'PEI\ .4 \
Keyhole Tommv Smith RAISINS 27!_ 22< WINN' 'Dltfl.' 9TQJIK., I JNC.-OOWVHtaHT-f...?. t. % I ... :
Kelly Forsyth Ernie! Trlest,
Ralph Morgan, Leaton Morgan 1G": Qt Angelo Sherry Fla. Beer & Wine Licensed Stores Only owe Ifl'S. 35"i

Louie Noegel. SHERRY WINE 87! Bet< .. 4. 1

Girls Thru 19Clovl'I'1eat '.. :aQt.. Angelo Burgundy Flo Beer & Wine Licensed Store. Only Regular 33f No. 300 Con LYKES W/BEANS J J .
Debra Wood. BURGUNDY WINE 69* 6ct : : .
Sandi Morgan, Angle Wood. f
Darlene Hayes Debbie Bobo. ; V4-ox. KELLOGGS \ i
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Betty Ann artffta."Vy 1 SPECIAL K . 33e I.I 2ct I I 4/$1'/ :
Barrel ,Weavai Darlene IS-oi KELLOGGS t

Wood.Hayes Sand Nancy! Morgan Bowen,t Debbie Debra CORN FLAKES . 43d I 2d
Bobo, Betty Ann Oriffle.: I 6 Pk, KELLOGGS \ ,,4 j.}

es,Arena-Nancyt Race Bowen-Dailei>e hDebra Ray-'' REQUEST PACK .*.. ::2 SpOln ch 81/ 1 .A\ / ? ,r

Wood, Sandi "Morgan. Angle. 7-o KELLOGGS 1"10{: 311.1. ., -' U 0'1 c
Wood. Linda Orlffls. FRUIT LOOPS. 2 t .; l:
:' Reoulor 21 IIC No. 2 Can VAN .CAMPS. j PO, R J& t.,. ..k ')' !
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Keyhole: Sandi' Morgan, 16oz. POST CEREAL: I --- ;;:; Ll.1t.Wf"" I

Debbie Bobo Betty Ann GRAPE NUTS . 45*! 4d "I .
Orlffls Bryan,, Darlene Nancy Bowen Hayes., Cindy BEECHNUT STRAINED Bans 6/$1'/ .

Men 20 Thru 38 BABY FOODS .. 8/800 9.rt o I t !
Cloverleaf ';: '{'Adro e .
Brown iVi-ox I ASTOR
w Save 301t GET SET .. --.IWW- "
Mark. Adklns,. Gerald Joy: ...... VANILLA /
ner, Bill Forsyth. Leo Ihorn- EXTRACT .."33d :2d 4'/2-or' WAKES UP THE FLAVOR '
ton. Robert Joi-don. H'AOlr 49
Barrel Weave Mark Adklns ACCENT .' e . 95* 3d S'pray 7-4
Adro Brown. 0111 Foray 32-oz. SOFTASILK
th. Van Prescott 1'.dwardAdkins CAKE FLOUR 47* 2a ,
Tommy Gasj-ln8. .
Arena Race -Adro Brown 10-oz, CARNATION INSTANT pie i

Mark Adklns. Bill Forsyth, DRY MILK. .' 32*.. .. 3. c.,, "
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Robert Jordon Gerald Joy 15oz. EAGLECONDENSED ,1 '

ner Keyhole, Edward-Adklns.Adro Brown, ,MILK 39' *'. 2 8
Qt THRIFTY MAID W'

syth Tommy. Robert Oasklns Jordon,: Bill, Char-For- INSTANT MILK 69! 4t" i' '
les Crawford, Ralph Bryan. I l-Lb DIXIE CRYSTAL (0 I t e 78 F
Jack Benny" BROWN SUGAR 18*! 1Y2 Cloverleaf Junior Kersey
7-oz. MINUTEMINUTE
Merrill! Oiiffls George I 1 1-Lb. DIXIE DARLING REGULAR &, SANDWICH'WHEAT A A y''
Alvarez, Jo Ann Forsvth RICE . 2S* 2 Barrel Weave Junior 5-Ib. JIM' DANDY T r r .,.... .. j

Hersey, ,MerrUJ\ .Qrlftla Jqi ,. JIM DANDY t GRITS 43:* 4 Brea'd' 2' //-391 '
Ann Forsyth*aaorwe Alvarez: .,: 4 i 12-oz JIFPEANUT \ i M '
Arena Race -Hltolor Her- \
sey Meirlll Orlffls;, Jo Ann !; BUTTER; 43 2d< I
.. 12 az. SKIPPYPEANUT' I Reg 39* 8 Pk. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN! CINNAMON
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Forsyth George Alvarez.Keyhole < r.+ I I.
Merrill Orlffls. BUTTER 43** 4rf. ('.'
Jo Ann Forsyth. Joyre Warden 24-o DEEP SOUTH PINEAPPLE R II .29' 1, 4 1
., George Alvarez. Junior 0 5 '
PRESERVES . 43'rf 2d Hersey
20-oz. WELCH'S 5
Ladles 20 And Over FRUIT OF 39 Reg. 154. 12 Pk DIXIE DARLING DINNER 1 S
YJNE( .4ft
Clovel'lea.fImogenj Bry- . ..
Mildred Easter, Gall Qt RED LABEL
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Jordon Kitty Carter. r. KARO. SYRUP . 67t 2d28ez. R II 1 0 "

Bryan Barrel Weave Hazel Grlffla- Imogene Gall ; HONEY. GIRL 'SYRUP 37*' .2d< Q .;: ; .

Jordon Kitty Carter. Or.. DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE' | I
Mildred .. "
Arena Race "
Easter. tlasel Orlffls, Imo- . 49* r FRESH >RdZEN FRENCH: H MORTON HENEI'PECAN

Kitty gene Bryan.Carter. Gal Jordon. MAYONNAISE . 43*11: 2d< POTATOES .. 5 K" 69 COFFEE CAKE PKG. 69{

Keyhole Mildred Easter,
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32-oz. DEEP SOUTH WHOLE 2-Lb. Pkg THUNDERBOLT CHUNKEES HOWARD JOHNSON CHOCOLATE &
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tis.Kitty Imogene Carter Bryan., Gall Hazel Jordon.GrlfI I:;,,. : .p'I 24-ozFRENCiHSPREPARED PICKLES} '? .;, 371\*! 2# BREADEDSHRIMP I T' COCONUT CAKE 79STOUFPERS /

'1 ', ". '{ FRENCH'S.MUSTARD 33* 2rf. CHICKEN.B.EF.EEF. TURKEY -:; I KRAFT<: !PARKAX"SOFT"AARGARSNE of "

1 In Th* rimilt CourT Of ? I. -. 2CUI. HUNTS, .. ,
( MEAT PIES
Kli.rMM' IIIhlh: : Judlflnlrirrnlt. HUNTS \ 2 $1. LB 39j(
CATSUP 37 PK9. ,
In And far Uruiironlnntr. 2t< .: % I s. r"
('.. / i20ez.tH!INZ \ 5 fock Pl

,T'lolntlrr.FRANK TO: : LINDY THOMAS. V.:IKfrndnnt FAY MNDV PBTCR'W;/ PETERSON KAYri'THRHON. T R: :;1; ::d : HEINZ KETCHUP ,. .35w Y, 2 t i'ICE. MILK BAR 69x' VijcrqifvoEQ.; : ., .1.li51. ;


e/o 1403 Larry Knira .mh..rt Ave. ',I): f'o; : : ;' t 2''Can DOLS'SLICED Pf, Size. GULF ;r t
Rockford llllnnl. 61111

ban FFEn YOU! been that ARE filed a suit HKKKBY HiralnHt: for: you.lIvu.NOTf-.a...* ,, : ;f CUP THESE I, i l I IEx-er dyf GREEHAfTAMPi aJ t;'T; PineqppJe! ) #f 7T"'.?. ,? ':' 37 )' Household Spray 7 ; 33f. .; .,

IiHfenditnt, a.by Frank IMulntlff. Thonrampet.r.Dn In the is ,COUPONS.. FOR. 1i i era OND...... _v. F ..1 No. 300 Con DELMONTE'!. <0".. BLEND" M: .s.et..<. '. .//'r/ ,,10-0&, .. SUNSHINE: ; .. ? ,r
ahoy. Mtylnd Court and Oatu -v'J/ Ir' I J "ao.DGAu.'ODO.... .. ;1 *1 rv. 59 Hi Ho: Crackers 3.31( .
Aspdraglis '
and you are. required...to flit EXTRA I.. CN. reds : ? ? 1. :' 7 : "" wt
STAMPS
your deren.u or to thuComp'ilnr :rif" 'ooo rxnu oeT./! .p : 1
a.At1id.; therein t' : ..: LOLL WNN.b C d : No: 303 Con: DEL MdNTE'CUT 'f S ";<'"'>-':Wp SAFEGUARD Regular 2/31 Bqth..J,, ,, '""
with the Clerk of the I'lriult ;

(Court Florida' .In,, and(and'Courthou..for rv. ,.Urmlfordounty a.Hturk COPYthereof (. .. 1 --!-I ; :;;; l.-" ;; ';;:;;;;: i Green Beans: ? ? ? '? 29! ,. ..Djep gcant S .qp.1. j 2/43

attorney upon llarton. "wild T. 1'liilntift IJotijrlail.. i GREEN'_STAMPS : 4'*WIN GREEN M MV._STAMPS Mpw. ri ;: e. ,.,.," Ng.,3p COQ jKtKLNb; (. 3 f l t MEDIUM' "* = LAVA *W*. ,F ....,
101 North Mrtln Street, I'. OIiriiwer ;I; ;ONK 1..OX. P... : 41!. ONI PK.. WO ; TVV25 .
Ida, 'i>n or 1Z2S before Ualnonvlllo. th uth, Flor- : Hand Soap.:"' f-7' : 2/27. .(' ..'.
OctoberOtT! ; and If you 1r 'I I '" ',' IVORYTlOufo"' 12-oz. 34, 22-oz \ '
OCT.
l,.. T\IU 000 THRV OCT I. .8-02 SUPERFJN) .. -1Io ** i : 6\t KingOnions
fall to do o a faillt .tudv- AT. UD-TXC" WIMN DIMI.I7 I NIeNt.1N1i'. I ;j '"' <00, .j. ; .'
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you the ment fur Complaint will the be relief, and taken.ilimnnd thorcaflcruld .K...lnnt'In -lj.. ..-. ......:..........;. ............LDUL...__...... :I q.\ ?, 9"' '?; '?, ,.. 23Detergent'\ : .. ;, ;'* .... 83rf..oII" oW"-

Part.. *Cane .hall proceed Kr: I I .'I... Ex.-rAA; I I EX.-rHA. l: 2,', KNOR GOLDEN ONION.' .. GARDEN. VEGETABLE & CREAM OF f TIDE Large 37* Giant ti4.e 'f>- *df{ *3*$%
d1C: GREEN 8 *
STAMPS 4Ji.GJlEEN'sTAMPS ;
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WITNKS.my hand and. al 8 ------01 / -...----. I .. .
of maid Court till S day. of Mushroom SauR. : V 39 Detergent ? 7' ?\ 11.5fCleaner7 83rfo
Hrptembrr, 1U87, at Stark, OM( OUAKTIHUICCD ; era ON* lPALMKTTO "t ; ; !. .t ; ?
Jw rA. ,, .. ,
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Florida 1 ? A .1I hti'
SEAL) Pork toint Pimento ,< he..e ,I ': ... Glnot Size DUZ'n ., ,. .
( 1:0"::"" : i I .. Larg..69f/.KItIg.. ai';,..,i 1 ','y: + "V. .
Charles A. Darby, Clerk .1 J t CO THAUOCf/ t OOO THftU OCT. tAT tr'
rircult Court Eighth JudicialCircuit r mr'L.eeL'wnxdNJ. l ; LOCAk WIHN' ;.'* : ., .. 99tt Detergent ..Sii!( 83 JI
In And for Hradfurd 8.....---...-.-................--.............._............... .. J""..' '''<" ."i.'Y- ,I.V"\ ... 1 ?( v.7: : ?" \ I_ i n!

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HUHHHSBfct : B' law 3lamlitori ':; .

S. ,' ,.,.Jf,*! 1 o ,i _'. _f .? 0 o STORES ,". 'CORRECT'PROTECTS STORAGE OUTBOARD'

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: Improper winter -ctorase "..
.will do .more harm to your'"'ioutboard ,

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU.OCT, I IWINM.OIXtH motor than three!
eTON... 'INO.' -O.hAeef leel USDA, CHOICE WD BRAND (CORN FED E-Z CARVE I I Masons' ,of normal operation.wdrn ; .
0 J BUI Spaeth, manager a ,,

.I w R. loa" .,.. t ,,. ': .. LB..' 9.9; of Motors'Miglncerlna\ ai EvlnrudeIolstuie '
.IA I ,
"' t A .,, 3 .- 'BD. 't .".r .;[; h .. '\ U the biggest culprit =
Y R 4 I a ""It1 "- K S says Spaeth. During the ,
.USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CHUCK ROAST OR course of the winter. It will '
x t -, rust piston rings an4) cylinder -
S rings and clylndur: w ilU;
t ,C. h UC k S"teakUSDA IB. 5 9, ".e shorten the life of 'Icrwefunltg
<*. and corode the Ignt1 "
1 + h k 0 ';-J': ;' am; ,
'r'' "," tlon and. fuel systems. Anyone
+ CHOICEIw-b'BRAND, I CORN FED : C ., of these would result In
; a;:costly and tlmeconsumlns.repair
a'' ; Job ,
J \
Shoulder R oast. LB 79' iii. ;;. :.0 K>gsln l oil otters effective:

I \ protection of internal tnglne
I parningj.1nWithresitthewaterenglnerun-(: .
'USDACHOICE'W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS I: either
\I:
Yt, / .
rf 4. Inject .thU rust preventative
e.e e w LB. 7'9 F directly Into t the carburetor
r 0 0 0 : Intake. Give It several' /good' ''
'r' t ficrulrts. Allow the ermine to
WD BRAND BEEF PLATE BEEF SHORT run a few seconds rlrculatlng =
,
'' .. > the oil throughout, before .
,9WRD shutting It otf. '

Stew, LB 2. I 5 LB. 49, F : Watch Drainlower carefully for trace unit.of, '

water. Thla would Indicate ..,'
a
crack or distortion. :n the
,.
gearcase'' : preventing perfect
seal. This damage could oc-
If! struck'an underwater .
cUr
I 12- 1. INDIVIDUALLY, Y WRAPPED 12-oz. Pka.- SUNNYLAND ... ob you tructlon. If'vmrsus*,'*"',

Kraft ''Cheese 59* Franks 45; dealer spoct problems Itf the matt, -your to.*nwwlne-see.Jtf> *

ti.. .: everything checks out refill '*

8-oz. Pkg BORDEN'SCream 12-oz. Pkg. TASTE O'SEA FRIED A A the lower,, unit with a lubricant '*.
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. recommended by the

Cheese I 3/1./ 'Fish S I (!Cakes I" 3/1./ 1 ?II-: outboard the Drain outboard residual manufacturer by pulllnj water from,the 7,


3 O. Con CRACKIN' GOOD 12-ci. Pk. GOLDEN FLEET .tarter The engine should be In an. it,

Biscuits Peeled 'ShrimpFRESH 99; ._ upright position out of the
3/19/
; ''v. '. w&teiv; The throttle nhou'd be ?,
fully advanced) and the gear
1 l-Lb. Pkg COPELAND!=> BOSTON BUTT ? 'ililrt set at neutral
: fuel 1 system ,*
-ice, I :! ani: flush-

I l) cd: wlthw acetone 'or 1-vcquer: ,.>
J f. 1 thfiitier ''t3 remove' :gummy'
Sot Pka. TARNOW COOKED OR GRADE A QUICK FROZEN e 4II deposits.; This Includes they.LI

1' ( 11 '''Unk. "lines and carburetor.
Baked Ham 59* t Fryer Gizzards( LB. 29; ', If 'the': propeller: la nicked
Mv .,. ''I t I : or bent, a marine, dealer\: can ..,
repair or replace it. Keep the
S old spare.prop as an emergency :

Complete the job, with a. n
_" I I} i light ooat of oil over all exposed .
meal parts. If :you .
c-vfafan{! electric 1', start out-
LAMB SALE ) bmrd, ,. removb the battery.C'rsn .
.. .
't !It, make sure It', fully
USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE LAMB RIB AND ,
: t 'J' charged earena. It; !ft) '&

A : 0 ;89 Sirloin I 1.19' H-, -- _cool, dry place, I n'
Leg Lamb; LB. Chops. LB: :i : .
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> (!-P of nnllcit loii Knr Tea.
USDA CHOICE LAMB USDA CHOICE LAMBLoin nP.d
j 1 .r-j hereby f.: H.tt .
f .. I I. "tlii,,* lii, hereby vlveil that ,..
: Mr. T, J Aldi-rrnan. the Itnldrr'. ''
1.39 Shld. Roast 59
Chops U" LB. I b.; .-nf. V<" rollowlnir' <-.rtltlcato..
> for .
'h..a riled HUM c rtinva" n ..
I : a tux tlHuil. trt he I I.euxd. th..ro.
USDA CHOICE LAMB. LAMB on, "Th.. curlirioHta niimbvn,
and TPttri. of tmiiiani'e. the ilwnrrlptlon

.+F/t Shld"I 69 Patties 49 Ire, ni"m *uC I In tha which iiroperly.It wu..and ra-
Chops LB. .umca rre m fullowi. :
1. .. rnrtiriratB, No.:! 66. Tear ofInMiinnre ..14
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'' 19431DamrlptFon .
S.,. f Property BET( '
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f 80' w ..f 8HCOR; of Lot ,6",-
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j / 1 f. '. N 100'.1. W }(nfl', S 100' K tO)' to
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1i ., VOn SEcT lB. '1'.1\-11.\ 1t-ll-14.I .
I Name In which ....>"iHilHelen
ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND SHERBET' OR I PnrrunCvuntyrootrllir.dtory
I All' of '.

r.:. .{, I '' State In the.of Florida.L'ntwiiK ouch certificate or ,
HALF 59I \ .
+ ICE: CREAM ,lOrtlftuate hall be raJeomedGALLONS '
noforrflnir t .
t. i ../ I ; I r I.,-nrllflcnt 1itmtrHii. 1n will uih, lie-krrtlflrate said, to the or.rn/...

''l ...., ? t.lil ;hlrt "blflilur'. rthe court
/ tuiivli door nn ii+ fret Monday
In month of Oiitohcr, 1387
which N the ilnd day of Octo..PO'TAIOES *
.u. S. No." 1 t7CVwvw REP SWEET bcr. 19a?.
lath day of Auli
GREEN 'BEANS GREEN 'PEAS DIXfANA /!, ;' ''fH1.thl"
I '' ;t ; Charle A Darby,
5 Ibs. 59 ., 'BABY .LIMA CUT CORNJJLACkEYE t' hs'i'>" C'Urk of fln-ult' Court ort
Vegetable ''SalePlui I ., llru.lfonl: County Florida
\ PEAS CUT OKRA I [ly Houlah. II. MoodU. C.HJ' .
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tf .: 41 yj1ulre
I 1 SPECKLED; BUTTERBEANS / 100 Fn. Wl'lh Thb '. -
Stampt c.u '
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{ ......rO.......-..r.... /p" .' > Of ApvllcDtloB for 'rat
U S. No. I YELLOW 'u. S. No. i REGULAR MIXED. VEGETABLES' I llrril

LB. EX.-rAA. : :; ',- Nolloe' Met K IIM.ia hereby I K.Klven:. that
Onions 3&29Potatoes: 20 89,1. ; Id71( GRIENSTAMJlS : '. 1 '\-1.' { Mr.iT. J. Alderman" the holder
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of the fttllowlnir certificate
$
i.- -I 'J ,I t A' POLY /1 Ifs* ANV I re... : has filed mid certificate. for
.
2 .. .
1 OIVIAMA deed he laeued th r *
( 1 a tax' t'i
LARGE FRESH HEADS FANCY GOLDEN BANTAMLettuce BAGS Mix V g L..b''e. .1 on., Th. c.itlflc ; 1 OOO TH..1. OCT fAT 1 and yean\ of Ikauance, the des
39 Corn 8 5'9, ; LOOAt. WIMM..INI* I I' : acrlptlon of the property andthe
1
2 .. EARS I ; I
: H d* .........o................. iieeHi'd mime ar. aa In which follows' It: wa. ae-
.1'rtlfl.Ht. No 43. Year of
II Ie..u..nfa. 1063.Mw'rlptlon .
.... ................ .. "" .. .................... -41a-oI.! Boa GENERA MILLS ,SNACKS -'! BLUE BONUS? Kefluior JV* ... tiiant BJ{ .Kng! Siz"., "I I I',. .10'( Nu) In aw//". COK Property of awe I A

'I, EX: -. -RAe 1 I iEX'TRI: Daisys. ,..M. III'. ". _fit e Vi'e_ :#:: 37 Detergent.'o.7 ; J.: $147.7K '1 -I '1,1" ,ot B1: :(''IIao.I HF.'Acre:..>4. KBO)In 14 which, T-s-a, anneeeojMoi nil

I: I ,47i_GREEN.__STAMPS_? 1 _,d71-(: GREEN_-STAMPS-- .. ot: Box GENERA! MILLS SNACKS i&V? <*-. .' BOLD. .Regular 37( ..Giant 83< King '* All',tfrn of fiornea laid property Convtr.' ;''.bnlnrIn
.. Idl W- II" >OXI* I Bradford.Hint .
I /1. I the County of
I 1- .t Candy.u..1'I 10; 4 AMMOWAluminum Foil,> / l Bugles .?' ; /7'f' ? : 37. "y. Detergent !s:If : ,: 5 ?. .. l4,3" ".' ,. !, .1'' *. ot ouch Vlorldik.I'htniiN / certificate orvnrtlfliiatea

eer tAT :=::: OOB TMHO OCT. 1 . '., .. ,, ,, .. hall .Ik* rejeemednononMiK :
aooo TH" 1 ... 1 I. I I.;. 11 vi.l '
1 l.0e k WINM'Dim'* 1' AT LeliA" .,. ...,.1 1 Sot B!
1 ...;.,..-_-....::.:.......1; .-_:.:.:"_.-.........-........ ;1 Whistles'' .I ,h e'e.. -. .e.. 37, Detergent "'II.. "v 7 .:. 3c''' r" t, ''I I dewcrlliwil' ,' In blit will won
1 1 EX.TRA. i + ,Ex.TRA..: DOWNY \17oCI474 33-o SALVO- ?Giant, 79* ..Jumbo ;.* : .I.,. .Mture ". .fit drat,meats on of the October flratXlAndnr .
i ,4"-GRIEN.STAMPS..-. .&(....c..:.;..-UN-STAMIS-.. 1 ( $ 39 131. hkh In the 2nd day ofOotnher
; Fabric Softener : : 7 83 Detergent Tablets : 7 2! l"llTUuted
two
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/ ';.2. :: :: ;: .#aa TWO (OCT.Boggies j tale 9lh day of Au.

: c.reoerleer.: 1 1 4 4 1 1 .. COMET Both_ Sn 4'4S< f'i' "-'', ,. .4', ... LI .l) i 1 U u BWALit.. i
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YY. ....,., "TTVT-Tm j I 1. JUiwtey, Ma.AJnarlUo. OAI.VARY BAPTIST
Services Held J I ----..

Tex. Alrauan Sunday: School 10 a. m
NEWS\ ABOUT I
friday For Ch.vrl M. Dev1'lck.IOn! of Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Mr. i I\\d\! Mrs. Denver R. Derrick Training; Union 8:30: p. ni

Mrs. Roscnshincm
.' SERVICE MENFt completed ,basic training: at Meeting Wednesday, 7:30:
Amarillo AFB. Tex. He is
p. m.-nev. a. H. Butler
m : *. Rae :J. Rosenshine. 74. now assigned as a Minputer p&ctor.
of Starke died In a. local hosgital WAUaaAAaash/ operator with a unit of the

Wednesday mornlnpr.SpC Ft. Hood Tex. (AR'INCJ-] Military Airlift Command at DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooke*]
20. following: a brief 111- Alvin B. Howard Jr., whoso Charleston Am S. C.Atnrnan Sunday Service: Sunday: .

1ICN.* parents live on Route 1. Devrlck is a grad School. 9:45: .. m. Morning ..
She had been a resident of j I Itark. Starke. Fla. was promotedto uate 'of Bradford High Worship. 11 a. m. Training --- -- --- --

for the past three Army specialist five Sept. School. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening !
years I 11 at Ft. Hood Tex, where Servloe. 7:30.: Wednesday BOATDRAIN BAPTIST I GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH

Surviving f.s her hu ban.J. he IB serving with the 2nd Qui Mum Vietnam [ART- Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m1.v. CHURCH CHURCH
Harry Rotjj.tiiln/ .of Stance; Armored Division NC) Army Private. First Leroy Olive Pastor I : Sim- Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
I Howard demolition : Sunday School 10:00: a. m., : Morning Worship 11 a. m:
Spec. a Claaa Frederick Crows, 19. -
J. E. Hitchcock : ,
dtUlI'hteJ"'Mra. ,
a Morning Worship, 11 m
a.
'f #RalteM: "a sister Mrt. specialist assigned to Com- son of Leslie Crews,, Lawtey AIRPARK BAPTIST I Morning Worship. 11:00: a. : m. and 7 p. m--.Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.,

Anna Lowe "*f Portsmouth, Piny D of the division's 17th Fla( ., was assigned to the 19th Sunday School 10 a m. m., Training Union 7:00: p. : I : m. Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Engineer Battalion entered Engineer Battalion in Viet Morning Worship. 11 a., m. 1m., Evening; Worship 8:00: p. : :" : Mid- 8pm. Sing each Friday at 8
Va., and three grandchildren. the Army In June 1063. completed : rant sept. 4. Training Union 7 p. r.. Evening : 1m.. Thursday Visitation, 10 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
Graveside 'rite were held his basic ,training at pvt. Crews a crane operator Service. 8 p. m.-nev. Prayer meeting. Wed., 7:30: : a. m. and 7pm. tor.

Friday, Sept 22, from the Tt Jackson. S. C., and was in the battalion Com- Leroy Olive, Pastor : p m. -Rev. Virgil Lovett.Paatior. .

Crosby l. t* Cemetery with last stationed in Vietnam. pjjtvy. C near Qul Nhon entered : NEW RIVER BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
The 22 ;year old soldier la the Army In April 1967: runt LEVEL BAjrnsT' I
R. ". officiating"DwWltf Sunday 10
Rev. Mayto School a. m
a 1963 graduate of Bradford and! was last stationed at Ft. BAYLESS HIOHWAT: > Sunday Sciiool. 10 ... m.Morning .
C. Jones Funeral County'Rla'h School, Clarke. Leonard, 'Wood. Mo. Sunday SehoeV le a. M BAPTIST CHURCH : Morning Worship 11 a. m. Worship 11 a. m.

Home of Starke wa In charge Fla.His He completed hIs high Morning. Wonbly. 11 a. m i SundaY' School. 14 a. m.: er.'p: : 10 Training Union. 7pm. Evening Training Union. 6-30: p. .m.

of services. wife Mrs. Bonnie schooleducatioz, through the Pre-Serrl (:Boost r fe n&Ttnnc Morning Worship, Service. 11 :: m. Worship 8 p. m. Evening I Worship 7:30:

Ureen Howard lives on Route General Education Development > .People.aa4 Pray. a. m.:' Training Union. 0:30: : m. Wednesday night service Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
'- test.'Before 8flntceJ. I p. ... ZVenine p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: 1 m 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. 7:30: Vernon N. Williamson
L. Parker pastor.
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; entering the Army Wor htp. 7 4e m. Uldweth p. M. pastor. .
the private! was employed by seines Wedne d Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30p. : '
T. 1:10. CHURCH OF CHRIST
This pleasure trip will do you good! Ctanibron Construction Company m.: O. AMeeting' Wed., I I HEILBRONN BAPTIST
,
m.-Rev. B.
ta.rke.. I.BETIIEL Rameey. paet. '' ebear a.1..
Fl. 7:30 p. m.; Choir : Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday, School u.iS: a. m.
.;. Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood .. ,
r m. Morning and
; Worship "
.!! : : to Morning Wor aip, 11 a. m.Training .
William Godwin of Starke meeting, last Monday r :
1A."t4 I Communion Service 11 a. m.
Union 6:30 p. m.
.O was' the number one pitcher BAPTIST CHI7KCV In each month. Rev.. David : m'l) Evening services 6.30.:
with a 29-9 record on the Med J'CII. pa oI' S Training Union 7:00: p. m.
Navy's Fleet Submarine Force Sunday School, 11 m. Wednesday Worship service Evening Service 8:00. Midweek

Varsity Softball. team. Morning Worship, 11 a. HOPE VAPTIflT ,CHURCH : 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Prayer Service 7:30p. :

!1 \\i.\J\.Gi pie "Sea Raiders!. one of Evening\ Worahlp.,,'7:19: p. n Highway 100 a. Tltresw)JI \I \ I BelL m. Wednesday.

the better teams on the East Prayer Meeting. 7:10: p. m Sunday School 10 a. m. I

Coast, played a 63-gome fast Wednesday. Rev W. t, Morning Worship-11 ''a. m.,

RESORt pitch, ,pununer schedule.! They I Newman, patter. Training: Unlon-7:00:, p. m.
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the Virginia '
In 7:45
,aso] ,competed Evening Worship :
Inter en1ce Conference FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
FALL IS BEST Of All IN THR SMOKIESI Enjoy tie peace which combined' the best mil.nary OF STARKE p.m.Wodn Night':Prayer An Investment Your Future

and quiet of the mountains riot of colon in autumn\ .: teams in the State of Services 'r-' 7:30: p m. Rev.
crisp. cool days ..refreshing restful'night. .wonderful I' West Weldon St. and Ral- Merle Packham. pastor.
food. Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you." like ; .- ,.record of the Sea ford,Road.
activity'there'* square dancing horseback riding cr'f ft ; .respectable 33- Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m. AfTEltJ ellUfteE L

making, wilderness pack
flshing-lot* morel Furnished, cottages, lodge. Rate '..com.lfn\ a, one run marmariners Morning{ WorshiP; 6:30: p.m. I .an .JlarXMway .s1GIb areJwrsawkr.w..
lower''after September 15-leu crowded. For reservation. gnmm) in C. A. Services: 7:30: p.m. (Sa aaOIa: : RaUMrd TtQajte
I '
f Ront49g!! : -?311. .Ujeijr, ..tint year' of competlUon Evangelistic'' Services k'' ',. 167.] 'Service' ;,.fujldlStJjtooU .

Send lotIREE'COLOR 'I!In $h* Virginia.InterservjFB Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Midweek '0 a. m,' .3uidaMarnl ),
Conference won It with Prayer ;Meeting. !\ ; Worship 11 ar m

FOLDER: Dept. DB, Fontana Vffleiae' N.C a, lL 'record. Pastors.Rmv....., George Oreen.T8.8i Training Union. 1:30: '. m .- -

';Oodwln i Ia' a graduate of Jr. Evening service.S 'I;a,. MidWeek ----.- =

Ijaloq ,Co... Hirh achooLWlUard Prayer Sorvloc W dne Such 'a predicament! Stuck In mud 'a foot deep! .
'
'I ,- day$.'.7:30.: *v.;, Glean Iwhoit .
GET 'CASH I r 14$." :'W.. Wynn ha.COdnpleted Name B-lt-B In whloh((16 ,Acrai,assessed) paator...: ; 1.1a.' 3 a. s' What"to doT Just sit In despair? Wring your hands?

,,' basic combat fleott gtronaB.t.T '. uv \ JU FOR EVERY : ==
Ft.. Bennln O.. Alt, of said property being' In MADISON' STREET )la solution. Obviously thisla
alnlhi,4t the County. of Bradford. .State = Of course not I There a _
IMMEDIATELY )d. Obtained\ a'' membership of .Florida', BAPTIST CHURCH =

eertUlcate.' ,to the 450 'Club eertldratca tln ABM auch shall, .a,.b rtlflcat. redeemed.. or Opportunities For" Service' \ i H PROBLEM, a simple predIcament: But what about the enormity _

for:obtaining a high score on acoordlna1 to law. the property Sunday. Oct. 1V: Sunday
hIa' combat proficiency test. deidrlbcd 'Jn .uch certlflc School. 9:45: a. m.: Morning = I ot some of life's problems? There is an answer.

Elm' $25 TO $600 He, went a two-wek leave th or.i oortlflcatea';htrh: \ at.bldd wUI.r,at bo the told court to Worship, a. .m. CoiinMlor'aCourse. ., |jj I THERE IS : in time
With his parents: MA and houa door on the. first Mon ,3:00: p.' m. TratningUnion 1-., There Is help God l la "a very' present, !help -
Willard E. Wynn of day In month of October 1KH7, -
Mrs. .
,
Starve. I whlh 1 ,lit. the :2nd day of Octo- 6:15: p. m WMV Priv-- e/ trouble," the scriptures say.. Try Him-try
bor. J9 SOLUTION
j>>vts Wynn is now attending Dated; : 87thl. Mth day of AurUBt. er Circle. 7:15: ,. p tn. ,Evening{ ').; = l.A -
DO YOU HAVE. signal\ school .at Ft. Gordon '- 1917. Worship.730: p. m. '---" Jesus Feel IIla'presence and let Him'peak to you =

; and taking a courseIn (SEAL" ) Tuesday Oct.. 3 Cottage -- -
,'Oa.- -
Too to maize? Charles A.
yaymenta
many Darby, '
'I Prayer Whit Houseat chvrch. -
aviation navigation equip- Clark of Circuit Court of Meeting L a.
-Too bills to ? ment .repair. He will graduatein Bradford County, Flnrloo Church 7:30: 'p. m..
many pay By B ulah M. Moody D. C. Wednesday. I = -=
Oct. 4 Prayer
I
January.HU \ a., 41 t/ll = '
address Is: RA12886788./ and Praise Service 7:30: p. m. 1

DO YOU NEED I Co B Bth Bn., Stu. Bde. US- .\DVEHTI. EMK\T FOR BIOS Church'' Choir Practice;. 8:30p. :
ASSESS Fort Cordon Oa. KI.OHIIIt l MTAmDEPHTMENT m. !I

EXTRA CASH NOW 30903.. I EDCCATIONTALLAHANSRR. OF Thursday Oct. 5' All ,

FLORIDA. Sunbeams, and,0..1a meet

LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR N.tla. Ot A..II..t. Of T.. NOTICE COMPONENT TO .BUII.DINQ!:; CONTRACTORS SYSTEMS .- at the Church :3:30 J: p m..Cot- '
Deed : ta re Prayer' Meeting 7:30: p.
".... *..... 1.* .. Sealed' bid will b* received. at
MONEY PROBLEMS I. Ie. Is hereby srlven that 4-00: p.m., October 18. 19(17( In m.Rev.. Norman Redding I
T. J. Alderman the holderof the office of Srhoolhoune RY.tern. .- Interim Pastor."
I the followlaacertificate, *,Project (S8P! ). State. De.
We Are Trained To Help! has filed laid pertlfloetea for partment of education Taltanance -
FIRST
I a tax deed to be laauad thereon. Florida, for furnishingami ",BAPTIST CHURCHOpportunitles !
The certificate. numbers Inetalllnir Htructural. !llahtIngyrielllnir For. Service- i t
: r rep rn
and year .of Issuance. the deorlptlon and .air conditioning I rt
Town Finance Co. of the property and buildingytem* oompon* Sunday, Oct 1 mother 1
; the name In which It was a. "Schoolho-uae Syptem Pro hood' (Breakfast and"Meeting;
sealed are a* follow: 'ject No 1-A. for the following
7:45: a.. m. Ouest Spe&icer. Mr
Certificate. N<>. fi.: TT.ar Of.lseuanc. new construction: !
.228 N. Tempi Ph. 994-7449 1966U.acrlpton 1. Senior Hlsrh/ School, Bradford J. D. Seymour.' Sunday'
of Property' tote l County, Florida I .
16, 11. 13 In, _Peetivllla BEC 88, t. Senior Hlg-h S hool. Clay School 9:"-5. a. m. Morning
.. I County Florida Worship: 11:00: a.: m. Guest
.. Middle School', Collier County
i Florida Speaker Evangelist Dr. Paul
,, 't.: Elementary School, Olade Melgs. Training Union '6:18l:

Push Button 5. County(Cflaearoom, Florida Addition, Marlon p. in. Evening Worship 7:30: I / ,,
: County Florida p. m. Sermon by Pastor:

.. .. County./Senior High Florida School. Naaaaii. 'Conversion of.the Ethiopian r TM Ow*k. Ce/i*.**twr h*h erM let v...ttH. "",._l.....W Mf.IN* \\N T1iJ'

7. Such other that may participate Eunuch.. far M*mt. tl Bt.......lit mm.to mfe*"ItIoI.....k>.h..*l Ml.......".Willie""" _-
prior to receipt' of bldt Monday. Oct.,.3-RA. Meeting == M fiMeJtat""",, ta .*. .taw .l s.I. town*** II ..x al M.< will h... t:; a
Cattle The AGENT Department to receive will bid.act and a. 6:30: p., m. Deacons .Meet = ammm end. *. fcMfcea.**.. ..(MM.e** .*_heW,,..1olo. nrel",., .. .r< ;.' : =
nominate auoceaaful bidder to ,'Choir k.. HUM pre. *.. t*. *>M aw* M OeM to "Ik." .... ri .Ik.. MUM !:I =
the participating* arroup Ing 7:00: ''p. m. Youth = .t .Mm.. ..4 M.. ...*-. .*..*.. See, !.....*. ." peel *.M... **** .w. rKteaafeie .. =
a Blda bid .hall bond be In accompanied the Amount by of Practice. 'Lottie, Moon Circle = ..... Ie .IY. Seri Ir.sy rn Ma ... .ku.1 -'. M.,..... ..d. dntan. .s =
Feeding 1% of the bid price and made Meeting?at ,the' church.,7:30p : = | .MMiliMllii'eid. ..' .....U... <.w. lQf i111 =
payable to the tarh.eOa Pub\ m. = ) CoIo__. )- =
Ito Instruction Tuesday. Oct. 3 WMU = =
W 1 patinadlatrlct*. The mioceaeful -- i iI
bidder will be required to fur Council MeetinatUtl5'a'.m.: I .
nlah an acceptable performance WMU Business and Program; I
isprofitable and payment bond equal ; to I
100% of the contract price. executed Meeting'' and Covered Dish I.

i\s licensed by to a. do surety business.company.In Luncheon 12:00 Noon; -Junior Hut Feature Published in the Interest, of a Better: Community by the Follow-
Florida.Tb. Choir, Sunbeams 3:15: p. m.:
Department. reaerve. the Primary Choir ing Civic-MinHed --=-
right to reject any or all bId. : 4:00: ,I p. m. Business Firms
and waive technicalities Primary Choir, N* r'Wer

Schematic Performance Drawingand Spenlflsatlon., Fn-, Association Executive: .Board I A FAULKNER .
atrurtlona to Building Syatema Meeting. 8:00p.: m.' Edwards STARKE BUILDERS
Component Contractor' .. .} Grocery &
are Wednesday; OCt.<- 4,' -Sun* SINCLAIR SERVICE
available at the office. of 8HP,
Room >3, Avant Building. 201 day School Sup. .Cabinet t 41 I '.,Mkt. SUPPLIES Inc.
Went. Florida.Park Avenue. Tallahaaee Meeting 6:30: p. m..- Prayer U-HAUL RENTALS ,

Florida. State Department of Meeting 7r30: p.' .In.,', Church' C Truck TraU.r. Gr'ecerlest-Meats-Feel Featuring' Ac Hardware.
Education: Choir Practice 815; p, m, '. Complete Paint SuppUaa
Floyd T. Christian, Gas ft Oil
Superintendent Thursday; Oct. 5- Week- Complete Lubrication MId Sporting Good
I/IT It 10/1 day. Bible Class.; 10:00: a. m. !
Minor Tune-up Ph.. 964-6312 Starke Fla. "txtrlcH WITH US yuta-r
Visitation 7:00: p. m. W. A
I NOTICE! Hog'&n. Pastor X19 St. 804-5270
ELECTION C>K- Two (I) auper- 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 arfUojton
vlaora for terma of four (4)
( ff- year each for Bradford Holland FIRST METHODIST
S j i Water Conservation District CHURCH. STARKE :DOYLE CONNER (,' I 'n Lawson Meat Market

October IS 196T Sunday Church School. AND COLD STORAGEOF
Reddy Kilowatt does the job easier and faster. Conservation Pursuant tn the Act Soil Chapter and Wafer 583. 9:45: a. m.:' Morning Worahlp Insurance Agency STARKE. INC.
Florida Statute of 1949 and 11 a. m.: Snack Supper: for w. Specialize la Custom f1Jaapt.
Electric feeding equipment cuts time and feed coi ta- Chapter 28094 of 1959. and a.IIm.n..d S-A-V-E tea- Cnttlac A
. MYF. 6:30: p. m.: MVF meetIngs UJ5. 301. NORTH Wrapping--
1965 notl>e la hereby With '
7 = Your Mutual Agent Prepared For Deep Frees
It's automatic! given. of an election to be held p. Evenlnr'Wot': :
on October 11967 for the ship 8 Ph. 964-7600
p. m. Starke Fla.
election' of: Two (2) auper- ,222 N. Tempi Ph. 964-7369 PHONE! 964-7059
WSCS'
; Amount of feed fed each cow can be accurately visors for term of four ((4)) Tuesday Ex.Futive ;
year. enchPolllnc. Meeting. 9:30: am.l. WS- ""

regulated, or shut off completely- at each stanchi9n Farmer Mutual Placed Exchange! CS meeting 10 a. m.: BoyScouts Starke "66" Service Bl1dford.County De WITT C. JONES
feed bunk. I. Htarke. FloridaN. ; 7:30: Il m.e
or.. O Hayes, Jr. Grocery, Wednesday _' Bible 'Stui7and : BILL EDWARDS TELEGRAPH FUNERAL HOMES

Brooker FloridaJ Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.mThursday Starke Ph. 964-6200
Investigate how electric feed handling can save '- .. Ivitwt.y It Water Florid Grocery Brake. Service: -Wheel Balance

time and put in pocket. There's no match Polling places( ) will be. openbetween Chancel Choir and Alignment 'TYPEWRITEUS Keystone Heights -
money your the hour of *::00 '..m. '
Rehearsal. 7:30: p. mi Ph. 473-3176
and. 1:00: p.m. : .
for flamelesa electric it's cheaper too ( All qualified elector residing Friday -. Junior Cr?olrr 3 6 12 N, Temple- Ph. 964-7231 r New & Used
e within the District shall b. p.m. e e .
\ eligible to- vote In this
See your equipment dealer or contact }ui. A qualified elector a* election defined Johns FOR SALE :OR RENT
E.
.. .., '. '. In the Act Florida Include Soil Conservation MORGAN. CHAPEL Charley Hurst Shell Service
*
any pemonqualified
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to vote In general Agency '
election under the Constitution Sunday "school. 9:45'a.: m- -

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY' I I and Statute of thl. itat. Morning Worship. 11:00: a.m.'Training .lSt' .. Walnut Ph. M4-SO70 I .: <' ELECTRIC CARL HURST
L who I I. .Iao I a landowner In
... the. herein named Dlatrlct. Urtian 6:1S: p. m.j' OKNIllAt. INSURANCE' ADDING MACHINES
I.t..,.. HELPING Ft1ILD'FLORIDA a R. ;II. Morris, Administrator Evening _Worship t:30H: ra. 1r-.7 ad Vad"Ue.SS. Hwy. SOl ft 100 PH. 964-C111
f
State
/Soil 'and Water "Phone
S 1' I Wednesday Prayer Meet- 964-6305 '
c..s ;e $ ..4w Conaervatlon. Board : s'1erev- a. ..r rilNP AlTCfMVV' Sea s. Walmrt.. BUrke
/M Ie11 Ing. Bob L. Cooper.'Titstor. ,:
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE{ GENEVA '

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Keystone Citizens [Shiver Infant 1 r", ', 11_For First Win .:'

, : KEYSTONE HILITES Asked To Back ,Services Held V: ,

By Jim Fox Clean-Up Drive Saturday, Sept. 23 Th V, VVV :
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I Please Phone In Your Items 473-4141 Keystone Heights' .residents Catherln, Ann Shiver infant -: Indians CrushGreenville

are being asked .to pledge cooperation daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ; VI ,
and support in the Shiver of Interlachen died

KEYSTONE WOMAN'SCLUB town's beautlficatlon. drive in Alachua General Hospital
Building on Tuesday Oct. 3.
at 9:30: a. m. being carried ,by the City In Gainesville Saturday after.

"The Back-to-Schrol1 card WO IAN'S GOLF Council. noon, Sept. 23.
party and luncheon. on Frl ASSOCIATIONASSOCIATION In a letter being mailed by Besides the parents the Infant ,/-

day Sept. 22. whleii was (We-\) Mayor Ray Starnes each resident la survived by a lUtM1,, 33-6

sponsored by the W<>man'. Last Thursday the ladle is being asked to notify :Michelle: Denice Shiver Maternal \ I

Club, was a most enjoyableand of the Keystone WOA were City Clerk Joy Baker If they grandparents are Mr. C
have trash to be hauled and Mrs. J. C. Prevatf of LaKe ,
successful occasion. hostesses for the North Central away Losing no time ti\ asserting, series of plays was picked came In the third period wigs;
The school bell was rung Florida Womans'a "golf I and give a pledge to "co Butler and paternal grand 'their superiority over Oreen- off by the Indians' '!Turner Murrhee scoring hl&- second

at 10 a. m. sharp )hy the a-round" and luncheon operate with my neighbors"In parents are Mr. and Mrs. vllle Friday night, the Key- giving Keystone possessionon touchdown from eight ;yard:
principal Mrs. David Nelson There were 33 ladles who at- keeping an attractive city. Harold Shiver of Interlaohen. stone Indians took the kickoff Greenville's 40 ;yard line out. 1

Pupils were welcomed bY' the tended this event with 8 Steps taken by the City Graveside services were held -i $& and scored on their first Using just four plays to, A 41 yard run by Homer In _
headmaster. Mrs Albert Baoh- clubs 'being represented.Mrs. Council to Improve Keystone Monday), Sept. 25, at Dokle: I series of downs on the way move the 40 yards, the In- the last quarter followed tt/ -
mann. Both ladles were "public, Image" are: Cemetery in Lake Butler With* to a 33-6 victory In Su- diana had '
: Charles Qarber and mln1.fterof I a their second!! tally an extra point boot >also by
dressed In long black: skirts Mrs. Edmund Dwyer were cochairmen Unsightly building next Rev. Charles Reese wannee Valley Conferencetilt when Orayson went )In from Homer.. capped the Keystoqa
I to Post Office has been the First Christian Chiuchin
and prim shirt waists. or- here.
for this tournament eight yards out for a 14-0( scoring seeelon. .
I Classes opened with the and were assisted by dered demolished. Starke officiating. L Taking the opening boot lead going Into the second Coach Baylesa played everyi
singing of "School Days" and members of the organization. 3-.All vacant lots will be DeWitt C. Jones Funeral, on the 12 yard line and aided quarter.On one but the waberboy In tli.a

lessons continued until noon, Mrs. Jim Zowarka was general street and: traffic signs will Home of Starke was in chargeof by a five yard penalty the the Greenville 11 yard last six mlnutea. .

when a cafeteria lunch was chairman for the lunch- replace dilapidated and rusty airangementa. Indians were on their way to line as the second period began Coach Baylesa was apparently -
served. The members, of the eon and was assisted by Mrs. signs now In use at !intersec I Keystone Youth Kept Tab their first victory of the( the Indians acore-1 their able to eliminate the

faculty who assisted In the Ray Farris Mrs. Roy Turk- tions. the choir and Rev. and Mrs./ year. The Indians moved In third TD with Homer going excessive penalties which beset -
serving were: Mrs. Earl Voy-, nett, Mrs. Louise Nelson. Mrs. 3-.AJl vacant lots wtl be Leon Mllner. On Votes In '67 Legislature 11 plays to cover 88 yards for over I after three straight at- the Indiana In their open

les, Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. S. E. McKay Mrs. Thelma mowed. Mrs. S. E. McKay [Hazel] their first TD. The drive saw tempts. The extra poht fall' er with Newberry last .wee(.
i Albert Baohmann MYs. Ruth Wallace Mrs. Miller Wrinkle f-.C1ty work crew and: Is a patient at the Medical Murrhee scamper 35 yards, ed and Keystone led 20-0. Homer Murrhee. and) Gray-}
I Ohlson. Mrs J. Clark, Mrs. and Mrs. N. Watson Harden- truck will pick up trash as Center this week We certainly I Richard Murrhee, 14yearold 5,000 bills Introduced' duringthe and 17 yard pass play from Greenville scored Its tone son turned in excellent jobs
; Jack Haberstroh, Mrs. John outlined on cards mailed to son of Mr. and (Mrs. legislative session The Baker to before
Orayson
six the
bergh. do wish her a speedy re- pointer In, second per- on both offense and defense.
j Bird Mrs. Owen Baker Mrs. each resident by Mayor Richard Murrhee Sr.. of Key terminal and 26 other devices Murrhee carried from Mike
Local over
participants, who covery. iod]! on a 28-yard pass reception Heskett did an excellent
Starnes. stone Heights, recently received in the
William Walz. Mrs. A. P. were in the winners circle, PFC Lee sutton Is :home on Capitol buildingare the three. by Reeves A second! Job sea defense and fans are
Mailman. Mrs Robert LambIng In The name of every person publicity In most of linked to an RCA Spectre Outcome of the contest. Oreenvllle
Included: the A Flight, a 30-day convalescence leave scoring attempt In bglnnlna to understand what
and Mrs. Quincy Gardner Voncile Ketch won ilrst low cooperating by signing and with his parents Mr. and the larger dally newspapers 70145 computer and provide was never In doubt after an the third period was stopped Coach Bayless meant about

gross Mae Henderson 'won returning the cards will have Mrs. Harold Sutton. of Jasmine and many weekly riOd1oa1sconcernlnll' Immediate reports upon request attempted pass by Greenville, at the five by the Indians. Turner turning out to,be th*
his read aloud ..t the his position! as asummer on
second name any legislative! I on third down in their first The Indian
Braids hair ribbons, short low gross and Eileen Avenue. Keystoners are fourth TO dark horse In the Indians as
next regular City Council employee In the measure.
skirts and socks were all essential Lee won second low net; In certainly glad to nee that they watched him pull la I -
Florida State Senate.
Richard ''Who is
meeting Oct. 10.
Tuesday
a sophomore .
1 Items In the fashions the "B" flight Louise Oallop Lee Is doing so well after his I two Interceptions. *
of the day. Prizes for most won first low gross, and Fran' recent automobile accident in L Richard was a page workIng at Keystone Heights Keystone Bank )'ou've been missing. We really Keystone hosts the"' HastIngs. -
for the of the '
Secretary High School Is receiving instructions
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original school outfits were Livingston and Fern Qarber Massachusetts. Following his I II lad a wonderful time and we Spud tera here Friday.
Senate, Edwin O. Fraser, In In the school's college Cashier To Attend
awarded to Mrs. ArthurICotth tied for second low net: In Ray Farris and Mrs. George leave. Lee will report back; his heard some of the best Country night In a nonconferencfe'game.
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TallahasseeOne of responsibilities -
Mrs. .1. Hanson Mrs. the "C" Flight.\ Jan Batts Massa were servers Mrs. Carl for duty at Ft. Devens Mass.. Included preparatory program. Denver ConventionMrs. music that's ever been recorded. The Indians wlIT find
operating Besides being :active In
Seth Kennedy and Mrs. won first low net. and1 Winnie Darden and Mrs. Earnest Mrs. H. Schrlefer and very that. .the Spudstora with Knew '
RCA video display
Floyd Koons. Albert Baoh Glenn [Starke] tied for Jones presided at the punch friend Mrs. P. Haughey. of device an to obtain In seconds he many Is also school member organizations! of the, Josephine Reed cashierat My brother, Wayne and a winning tradition a formldr'

mann won first prize for ,the second low net; in the "D'| table. Elmont N. Y., and Mr. and a full status report for a Keystone a Indian's iootboll Keystone State Bank. will\ few of his friends welt to the able. opponent aa they, try be

men. Flight. Dottle Parks won sec HIGH SCHOOL Mrs. C. Palazzotto. of Oar- lawmaker on any one of the t team.a be a delegate to the 45th an- 3cor football gotmo. The break Into the winning<< column.
! 'the Board of tne Keystone ond low gross. Peg Fordyce GARDEN CLVB i rlngton. Conn.. are house, nual convention of the National Florida Gators beat Illinois, Hastings Is probably
, Heights Woman's Club tied for first low net Libby The Keystone Heights Oar- guests for two weeks at the Association of BankWomenInc. 14-0 even though .they got off closest to Keystone' tin"' in'

, will meet at the Municipal Nickell won second low net, den Club which la an affiliate home of Mr. and Mis. 'Edward Family Night Supper Covered wonderful trip. in Denver Colorado Oct. to a slow start. It looks like school enrollment: Coach
and Joan Wright won low of the Home Economics Baynor of Lake Oe- educational 4-7. V they might have another goodyear I Bromley, who baa coached
Dish at 6:30: p. m. In 'Mrs. Lottie Wallace of Jack-
DUttS. department conducted an organizational neva. Mrs. Schrlefer Mrs. NABW la a professional or- the Spudstere fop the last
Oct. 4,
bldg./ on sonville spent last week with I
On Sunday Sept. 4, the meeting last ganization for women who are eighteen' personally
Palazzotto andi Mrs. Raynor Dave Lewis of Ft. Tvfyers, years
with Circle I members [:.rrs.McDonald'l1 .
V the members of the Keystone week. Sponsor for this years are sisters. Mrs. E. W. Steiner While officers of ''banks and has more was an overnight guest of Pete scouted the Indians Friday
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS' Golf and Country Club sponsored activities will be Mrs. James Mike Meth'vln.' son of Mr. ] are hostesses.Oct. she was here, they spent the than 5,700 members throughout and Joyce Barton last Tues night and Is looking for"htt

a local "Scotch Four Walker Mrs. Marie Miller and Mrs. Jack Methvln of 4 Carol Choir meets day In Gainesville. \fhe United States. day. They went bugging, and first season win. no this
some." The winners for this and Mrs. Lena Clemens. Peach St., celebrated his llth after school. 3l>'-3:45: each Mrs. Mary Hagglund of La The 1967 convention pro- caught a nice string of fish. should be a tough battle anda

tournament Included: In This year the School Oar- birthday with a cook-out at Wednesday, Celestial Choiron Porte. Ind. istlBltlnll' her gram will focus on the future They also caught somj nice good one from the spectj

Flight "A," Mr. and Mrs. Bob den Club has been divided his ihome last Wednesday.: each Wednesday from husbands parents, Mr. and of banking with a number of ones Monday night and Thurs- ators 'View point .

:Hayes won low gross and Into two groups First-year Friends attending the party 345430.: : Workshop every Mrs. Carl Hagglund Sr. and eminent bankers and business day night. It seems like that', Score By Quarter -!

Earl Voyles and Jan Batts home economics students were David 'Thacker" Larry Wednesday ,from 10:30: witha 'his brother and sister-in-law, leaders forecasting the economic .he best time to catch them.: Keystone 14-6-6-7-33' ?
won low net; In Flight '"B". have been separated Irto one Turknett Zachery Andrews, social time at Umcheon Mr. andi Mrs. Carl HagglundJr. technologic aQd social We certainly haven't seen any Greenville 0-0-6-0-6 *1

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gallop group and second and third- Buddy Gomez, Bruce Bn- when the ladles share their and children\ Carl and trends of the next decade. one catching any (around: here. Touchdown _

MELROSE won first low gross, and year home economics students non and Matt Tyre. sandwiches and special des Kithy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph TUlman Keystone Murrnee S

Wally Fordyce and Vesta have been placed Into Last SundaY. the Llo>nellAU. serts. Duplicate Bridge and, children came up from runs [Batts Kick arayson

Aiken won low net. the second !group. entertained their husbands Trustees meeting at 8:30p. : Winners last week: of the home game until Nov. 16.: as, Tampa and spent the week 8 run [Batta kick] Homer 1
Following the tournament Officers for 'the first-year cook-out at President end with the Barton run (Kick failed Murrhee.
with
a Thejmet
will be
five
the next V
B IJS1.H E.VSVSDIRECTORY a social hour and covered- group include: Vicky Bird Wildt's home on Jasmine m. Friday. Oct. 5th Melrose Duplicate Bridge games In, &_V .lk1ck. ta.11edl Homes
yjiem Cair.ke TMna
Helen.. .|
Club ,
1st
FELLOWSHIP CLUB were: Mr Ptoy away.
dish at the president Wvylll Be Va *o- Included -
supper was served! Avenue. Guests night Joyce motharr Mr, 41- run.(Homer, kick:
club house.SPECIAL cia. vice-president; Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Whitney: Sosclal Notice-On accountof Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn; Ward and her! slater; Mae OreenVWe-43yd. pad
NOTICEThe Henderson. secretary-treas [Mlttlel 1. Mr. and Mrs. Charles the club's regular date! of 2nd, Mrs. Roland Bryan and -WVVyvvvvvvyyvvvvyyvyINDIAN Watterson of Starke Joined (than failed)
members of the'! Keystone urer; and Christy. Newman McOlave [Kitty 1 Mr. and the 12 being reserved for the Mrs. W. J. OroHck; 3rc!, Mrs
Heights City Council publicity chairman. Officers Mrs. James Jackson I tEMy-: : Woman Club Federation Gay Livingston and Sir, Ray BEACH Continued on 'I1dl pagi3]

BEAUTY SHOP have announced that seven For Group II include: Wayne the), Mr. and Mrs. Ray Win- meeting, the members votedto Starnes; 4th Mrs. Frances I I

roads, which are under construction Homer president: Mike ans [Dot] and Mrs. Waltrt advance the date one Pyle and Miss Bessie Ruth- (L-be ..*... F.) I Under Original ManagementBEIDLER'S
at Sun Rise Park, Murrhee vice president: Wilson. week, to Oct 5. A real treatIs erford. By! MUIuMl It CMttyPk.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY have been closed unt'l' further Bonnie McLean. sesretary- SPECIAL NOTICECub on hand for all members Woman' Club 4T5-I171 r

SHOPEdith I notice. Please check this treasurer and Wendy Haw- Scout Pack 305 will and their friends to attend Lt. Linda Moody will fee, i
for kes, publicity chairman. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJGreetings.. .. ..
column additional: } news their first meeting for
have the COOK-OUT at Larsen the speaker st the first meet
Johnson, oVrner I concerning this matter. HERE N' THERE the new year on Thursday Grove' on Lake Geneva. Re- ing of the Melrose Woman's: fellow I 1 Indian I

Personal BIBLE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sept. 28 at 7:00: p. m. In the member to do the following: Club Wednesday, Oct 4. Lt. Beach-ites, this Is your 'rOIl-
The New Life Bible Club Wiles of Sliver Spring. Md., 'ts V
It
Building.. .
A: Creative I Municipal Make reservation bring Moody has Just -cturned I ing-reporter with \tfhe news .!
will start on Tuesday Oct. 3, were guests this week Of Mr. that all members will if
hoped ; Well It ain't it'stwo.
Hair
StymyIndtTtdnAl own dishes and folding one.bug.
your from Vietnam and will speakof .
In Keystone Heights. Here Ian and Mrs. Henry Schuber of are '
attendance. if you the
In Just
be ; as "Love-Bugs"
Beauty pare
chair and SOc come early for her experiences there.
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Clover Lane.ICeystoners
opportunity for childto organization HOLIDAY
your Interested in Joining this (or whatever want to call
Bverr' Form of Beauty Culture the social visiting and you
She will be introduced byMajor
glad to
free week of are see
earn a summer contact
please them) slowed down the
Open Tuea.-Soft. ft-S; : finally ,
that has "pleasures of the company Pollack. They will be'
Cloud :Monday camp and other fine Jim Hetherlngton Jack Bannon at 473-3187. Mayflies swarmed In. Tn4
awards. Any child!, grades 1- been transferred bock to 11:00: o'clock dinner at accompanied by Sat Crow- trouble with Mayfliea t* !besides
6. who attends each week Keystone, where he will be about 12:15.PERSON.US: ley, recruiting officer for the bothering you everytlme RESTAURANFOR

BOATS MOTORS throughout the school year working in the plants' technical Army in Gainesville. outside leave their .
NOTES you go they
memorizes the required Bible department for X.: I. NEWS Mrs. Elva Scott Is still The meeting will begin shells all over your house.
BILL'S MARINE verses and the Books of the Dupont. Mrs. :Hethtington crulte ill in Bradford County with a luncheon at 12:00.:
SALES SF.KVTCE Bible Is eligible\ to receive [Gloria] and their five chil- By; Helen Eaan Hoipltal. Methodist Church I done Know about the rent

"The Fun Fleet's Jin" theee awards. dren will be moving ..o Keystone of you but I was glad to see '
Mrn. Ida Gentry Is her old There will be a meeting of the weather cool off a little .
New Life Bible Club will be as soon thay have Delicious Wholesome
Service &: Part for as hOMEMAKERS CLUB chirper self [tOl years old 1 the, Mabel Pearsall Circle for a change. I like summer _
held Tuesday, for one completed the sale on theIr .
I AU Outboards every The first Fall meeting of right/ alter four hours of surgery Wednesday at the :home of and hour after school at the home in Maryland.
at Tor her fracture. Mrs. C. P. Berfcleinan at nice to have I I HOME COOKED FOOD -:
Chrysler Lone Star Boat home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Denny Ramos. the Keystone Club met hip a change every
Chrysler Motors Dodd. It Is sponsored by the! [Wanda]. of Keystone, Clay Electric Hall on Sept. Mrs.: Pay Olson undcrwwentur 2:30: p. m. now and then. |
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(Corner Rt.. 21 6 26 Children's Bible Mission Heights are .the proud par- 20 at 10 o'clock with Mrs\ at Bradford County There will be an Important Otis Melton and I spent an-' -
Melrose 475.4851 with Misses Bell and Thompson ents of a baby girl Rwanda- Mildred Payton President of Ho.*rttal for removal] of"spur" meeting of the Commission other enjoyable weekend to- Eat M

conducting There Is no lee born on Sept. 21, in the the Club presiding. Following Reports are that she on Education Wednesday: gether. denominational emphasis and Bradford County Hospital the business meeting. A socIal Is 'doing nicely. Sept 27 at 7:30: p. m. in the the football game in Starlce BEIDLER'SHoliday

CLEANERS all boys and girls are Invitedto This \is the Ramos' second hour with refreshments! Mrs. Catherine Rose la Pastors Sutdy. Every irember and saw the Bradford 'Tornadoes -

attend. child. Maternal grandparents served by (Mrs. Payton and gaining verv well and enjoys of this Commission and any defeat the Rebels ,of

Keystone Wont you encourage your are Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Godwin Mrs. Emily Ison. Vice Presi- ronvwnv.. She t is In the Nursing other persons Interested In Santa Fe by a 25-13 margin. :Restaurant .:.. :

Cleaners Inc. child to attend the first of Gold Head Branch denti. Mrs. Payton presentedthe : Home In Starke. Just adJacent the Church School are urged The Tornadoes played a pretty
meeting and brine his Bible? State Park. and paternal to fv. Hospital. to attend.) good game considering tne Inexperience ..
of the month, 2 Blocks! North of ..
O. K. Dart Stop Light .
program .
>IA
A limited amount of transportation grandparents are Mr and Bernie Adams of Jacksonville There will of that hinders them.
be a meeting
every Dry Cleaning Service "Are you Making Wise ChoIces -: [whose were However on Hwy. 21 Keystone Heights
will be provided for Mrs. H. B. Hague of Lake parents the Christian they just didn't quite
Laundry Ftailsa or Fluff those living not more than 2 Geneva. Congratulations I When You Buy?" M1'8.Ison long time Keystoners surprised" Fellowship look like the State Champs of COL. JOHN E. BEIDLER
Class : :
Wednesday at 8:00: ,
2 Day Service unusual quilt p. '" '
miles from the meeting place. Loraine Dry Kath Williams showed an Frank and Helen Egan '65 and '66. Saturday nIght, '
Pick Up and Delivery Your help will be appreciated Carol Stephenson. Kay which was a conversational last week and treated then to m.Next we attended.: the Buck Owens. .. -
Keystone Heights 472-3054 and the members enJoyed luncheon In Starke. He and Sunday will be World Music S
I For additional. Information Sunderland. Norma VUde- piece Country ShoWm Jack V ..
CONCRETEHawthorne please call Keystone Jull and Bruce Moon returned the social getting ac- his wife Beverly, who Is now Wide Communion Sunday sonville sponsored. by WQIK I ..
Heights, 473-4782. to FSU for the fall quarter quainted. Next month Mrs teaching in Jacksonville< JunIor with a special Offering of Radio. For those of you who: S.

Concrete PTA NEWS last week. Henry Fluegge will be a hostess College, .recently returned the Fellowship of Suffering A .

I The first FTA Meeting and Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, and direct the social from a 3700 mile auto trip. and Service. I Financiaq ..

& Supply, Inc. Teachers Reception which of Keystone Club Estates, returned conversation by way of an Including Atlanta Fenna, Cub Seouts MURRHEE ..
, AEDI was held last Thursday at home last week after interesting article. and Bernle's home town the Thursday Sept. 28 will be Departrnj. :: ..

! MIX the Keystone Heights School a vacation which to/.tc them EASTERN STARA Canadian border town of the first pack meeting for Insurance AgencyRichard II .

CONCRETEhwy. Cafetorlum. was well-attend over 6.0OO mile This included fine crowd enjoyed the Platt' bure. and on to Expos Cub Scout Pack 109. Themeetfn.g Murrhec Agi.Gsi.ral / ...
ed and most, successful: according visits with relativesand 67. StorCV7L47//
20 W. Hawthorn home made goodies providedby will be In the educa- Insurance .
<481-29.12: 20.11: to publicity chairman I friends in nine different members of the Chapter. yvvvvyvvvyvvvvvyyvyvw tional building of the Mel- Fire Casualty :Marine I .
Mrs. Ray Farrls. states and four Canadian held rose Methodist Church. Auto Bond .
"Taste :
the Supper"
NURSERY Joseph Benson principal at provinces. A special feature at 23. Gilbert Reed will be the Keystone IMffete 479-iTM :1QLmV .
-' KHS, introduced his staff for of the trip was their attendance at Masonic Hall on Sept. MELROSE -
O.C. Carnes Nursery As the first Fall Chapter leader for the newly organized .
the coming year. As Mr. V at Expo 67. For those i # d' ..
!
Webeloes Den for boys
It Is most 3 meeting will be Oct. 3. Worthy ..
mw y 100. FlerahomeIH Benson Indicated who complain about a per By Joyce Howe ,
10 and 11.
>. SB ef Stark fortunate that all of the vac- cent sales tax in Florida" Matron Geraldine Jack- ages ....
SCHEDULE
Nursery' Stock Tbeuan4i ancles have been filled Mayor Mrs. LeBlane suggested that son has called a rehearsal AAA AAAAAA A AAAVLAAAVAAAAJ There will be three new ,
of Plants A Fruit Tre *> to Ray Starnes Introduced they visit Quebec. where you meeting of all officers for Den Mothers, Mrs. JoAnn OF SERVICES Our bank I Is really a ,financial department fitftrij,1: :

efaoooe from. Nice JBtad Trees.Bvergreen local and country officials have an 8 per cent *al_* taxt! Oct. 2 at 8 p. m. Recent guests of Mr. and Tittle Mrs. Mary Mill and with services available-for all your financial ncfida. :

Landscape and dignitaries and he also Last Wednesday evening<< COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. R. M Cason include Mrs. Betty Duncan. PARK Farm business and personal loans checking' V :
Plants. All In container welcomed: ,the new teachersto the Community Choir honored Sunday. Oct. 1 will be their V great-niece, Mrs Iva The theme for the Cub *
of-the and ..
savings accounts safe
deposit and
Plant anytime C&m IHa* & our community-. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Joseph World Wide Communion Colson Douglas and Mrs. Scouts next month will be
azaleas. Patterson and Glenn Allred Stein on their 50th wedding Sunday and! Communion Williamson of Brooke, their "Westward) Ho". PALMSSUNDAYS many other services. UM them to your f :

Let as do year ......"... spoke in behalf -Supt. JesseP. anniversary with a party at Service will be held at the daughters, Mrs. Cecil Harris School New advantage. ........ -
Phone 684-S105 Tynes. who was unable to the home of Miss Gertrude morning worship. service at of Welaka and Mrs. George The Melrose Mustangs lost --

attend Mouser on Lakevlexr Drive. 11:00: a. m. Thlgpen of East I-alatka; their first game Friday night j' 11OOA.M.-7:30 P.M. COME IN GET ACQUAINTED ".3:
USED CARS Following" the meeting a The hostesses presented Mrs.
and Mrs. Jackson of Gaines /
of At 9:40-10:40.: : the Sunday when they played The Cedar| ThURSDAYS I -
reception: was held In honor Stein with a bouquet yellow 1 tt4
School will hold Rally Day, yUle. I Key Sharks, by a s<*ore of,
Hanks Used Cars of the school faculty and chrysanthemums upon I 7:30 P.M.
staff members. Mr. and Mrs. her arrival. Mrs. S. E I: McKay which begins the Fall services Mr. and Mrs. K D Long- I 36-12.. This gives them a FUNDAMENTALBIBLE KEYSTONE STATE BANK"4.Memb& .
DISCOUNT .
:BIG CASH Edwin Bennett Mrs.. Alex and Mrs. Oeorge Ci nova, of the Church School. Longnecker have returned 1-1 record. | ....

TERMSBUY TRADE Brokas and George Massa choir director: and organist.. Youth Fellowship started after a long trip to Michigan This Friday night' they" will, TEACHING F.DJ.C. Keyat.ns Heights,.Fl v

-RC SELL 1 BOX-f. greeted: the guesta at the assisted Miss Houser in caring last Sunday and win con- While there, /they 'traveled up face Taylor. once again on, All Services Held In The "Your Friendly Bank la Yor Fr1enComunlty. -

Hwy. 100 S Mite B. Startee door. Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, for the guests. Guests tinue each Sunday from 7:00: the St. Lawrence River to their own football field at| New Bible Center :;
Mr*. Charles McOlave. Mrs. Included all the member, of -8:00: p. m. for all teen-agers.I visit Expo 87. They reported 8:00.: This will be their last_ J. .

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*: 'HTTION 3 PAC.E: 2 _KlLlHrfl*) CIITNTV TKi.F.': (';u.\rn. STAKKE. n.onin.\ THURSDAY SEPT. 28. 1907

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I ''Sweal'lnj'en. and Mra. Anderson I lI.h.d In enid County inmxra:: !, MOODT plaintiff. v. i ""n'!v j"d.t, Bradfoiil"iiimy "
5 INDIAN BEACH Roy Crlffln Rot( t t'vn lu-i; that i of Mr. Watkins. Mha. Watkins -:i Reading Course Henry Williams \V1TK13! my itaMi. ac. Cl::',r Fttl.U"r.lll LJJ11! !MOLV Do, : Klorltlii." In the court-
avrrnged nine pou.uls% ,',I u h. will return to Ellabol!, with of Jacksonville Mrs. Van 1 of nuld. CmirL and time peel oiil feadaat.. '. (\ ..IliO' at $III rk.I'l unidi. with
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles ClIlllI the Martins and. vlilt with her Etta:: and son Al were Hurvlay I'i' To Be OpenedAt New Member Of >f Court nt ICI"rkn. Fltofldmtllla -mrrcE! TO APPKAUT !: t in, nix' rnlondar, months, from
C [from Preceding: PaR'l lch. She of Fred! and Vera Ufptumbnr: 97.C1IAULKH "..: Freildlu. I.no !Moody :.lin ditto. of the. fliHt publication -
Mrs. Ima Det guests t' .
han and Col. MId Airs. Cnarlcs sister, Santa Fe JC Angus Association :: A. DAUH AddreHH Unknown of this notice. l U"h: claimor
tho Bartons and Tlllmnna,I Sturn ot Orlando, wero "lldti will then go( on tt> Augusta Swearln en.Monday -- All Clerk of Circuit Court ot You aro hereby notified that. demand. inunt, bIt In writing
Jack Mlf!. Bradford County, Florida 11 stilt for Ulvorni II'S hi dun and munt state the, place. ....
{along with Fred and CorinaThleman i I inK Mr. and Mrs. Doylo Jsmes Ga., to visit her daughters.Mrs. night. rand Want to improve your Henry Williams. Lawtey, (Official 114HW IIIV *4Taln. .t yes In the .abovnamed residence. and poflt-offlco address -
for a fish fry. They 1 over the weekend. The, all David Nantz and children two co-workers BrneatTanner rending? has been elected to membership -. 8/81 U 10/1 Court nnil, cause. an of the. clalnmnt, and
: David, Darren and Kevin of Starke, and Mlko I you, Ira required to servetioly mutt be sworn to by tli.<*
F1or1datioiafootbail ;
tried bugging again, but had went to the A new developmental. l reading | In the AOTer-ffan Ant* or plead olulmant. his agent, or liln
of your answer '111tornev. -
and Ricky and Mike Poland, Tittle of Melrone went us Invited I Association at'St.. JoaepliI .. tr. It will bocoma, ,
;z.o luck. game. course. Is being offered by (:'At.I ', FOR ItIIlH IIIHT, to the complaint' or vuia
and Mrs.' H. R. Smith and Billy Robbing were all guests Co a F'et Show I OIe, flulritirf'H Attorni-y ibm' Ueor according to lIw.'t'ple"b..r .
Pap Norsworthy Is In Ft. Mr. Santa Fe Junior College during Missouri. announce THIS UOA itt> OW CfMTNTT .
1?aderdule, this week attend- nnd son of Gainesville. Freeman visiting- from Jacksonville, sponsored by Duvnl Motors ol the fall I term to provide Dl"I\tOher.\ secretary.'There ('()lIIlSMl'fNIOHM!! ; OF BRAD "pie o II.Avenue I'leri-o. and OJ-806 fllo: the V.. Ti origmat /Hal "Y. Millnen.Ath. ,1967.

.1ng a Medical Convention. and Myrtice DaugUUry\ Sunday. Jacksonville, to ice the hew citizens of the community I were 414. "nIJmbet-' FORt'0 ILl. iiiocKivn rPlfXTV: FUIlill HioAT-Kn>* I I In the or!..,,, ut the civiA, Attorney for Exin'utor

4 Mrs. Owen Bryant's br'her.'Dralnsl'd \ of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Lee: and Gregorystrandbel'j Film trucks. Jack won a an opportunity to develop, shlpa Issued to breeders oreKlatcrvd HI DM'" A'1' 10:00: ON;1 Tllb.IWORMlVll &. (..1 tilt- Circuit 'Court on' or U 0'. Ho. 1H3, I.tk* Uiitlar, Flu."
<)ctbn r1KII7
( of Jacksonville Hamilton Beach Mlxett\ us a I : : OF'" OfTOHKIl:, 4M fore. the ,2"''' (lay of I'elit, 11 "'an.'her, Jr.Mxerutor .
Oateen f/onnif/
Harvey returned Head Mrs. refine, and practice ttvelr Abei-deen-Aiitfus In. 19117 IN TI1K I'OfllTrMJOM 1 ; othnrwlHe. the allegationof ) f the Bntate' of
;homo from the Alachun General -| and 1 Calvin were guests of \the"Lucky" were visiting Mrs. Jo Strand- I door( prize Mike won first : reading skills. I'' \the United Status during thepast OK THK COIIHTHOUSU FOR Bald Complaint will be tuH NDIllo Floyd Fanchor de
berg Saturday.' Dot and Sam prize, a dla.mond wafch. Since Trrra 'nrl.nWI-IG:- on U.H. riVnfeHHed by you. ceased.Flrxl.
:
at month.
family a
Hospital following surgery Lutgena Held each. Wednesday' evening > Thin notice .liall be .,ubllahlId -
Butler and :son, Charlcj Henry last week was his wife's birthday HF Wfl lMH'AflO.N FOIL FKNCDI1KAOFOKD four. publication September
week for
The Bryants spent\ last fish fry on Sunday.Mr. from 7:00: to 10:15: p. m. ( COUNTY YARD onra each .
of Ormond Beach, visited\ her It came at a .ooi1 time. KH\; AMI MAHY SMITH: The oonnetMitlvo weeks i In limo Brad 14. IKK
weekend visiting their niece and Mrs. Mills of Jacksonville I the classes will begin onOctober M ItAllMIIO FAIlltll': I. fill. Telugraph.Uatinl 11/14 4t 10/n
and Sunday. Mrs. Strandbeig say Lou's nephew Clay Mlddleton II SILL; ANGUS BILL: I'd1. stall, l li,. !9 l KKUKO 2" meshhut 1 furd County
husband December -
land her Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Rosroe! 4 and end on dip valvanlse. .after wt-, "- tills Drh tiny of Scjttember -
returned
she has a nice clean yard of ''Ft. Myers, just 1B87. -
:Mrs. Coker in Jacksonville. Eell, and Mr. ad Mri. Bnn' 13.TaUght. and tog to pr again after their visit. I home from Vlo 1am. Saturday Rex Mary Smith, nut It-nit In wnlftht. thin ]..202n. (S IdA! t.) .
Betty tlrlffln Of Griffin's!ling Martin of Ellibel;: ) Ga __ more __ __ morel they went to Gainesville and by Mrs. Mary Ann Starke. reentry sold an Aber-- e, per flqilarft' foot Af bare. CHAMJS I A HARBT.Cleric Court.. :\tice. Of .iiipllcnlloa; For TaxIteeil
1 Lodge. gays the fishing is lots I were guestja! of the James Rob- more -- Llnzamayer on a noncI'ellltbaala : deen-Angus ''bull to P. O. wire mirfnoe' and to stand 11 of the Circuit v
undo, Alfred Hudson; !! celebrated Jack's mother, Mrs. 117 4t 0/2 Her. 1IM.IO, K. 8.
My ,, .
the course will" stress dluH "by the hrwnvo test u* Hot
Mr. and Mrs Dowdlejcf bins
better. Saturday Sunday,
: family grandfather Hubert Chili! Eunice Miller's birthday. Mac Lockhart. Perry, Florida. forth In Ar.M A-34!>-4lforrlnHH SI..q.; U hereby. given chat. .
,< Jacksonville caught four I the Robbins' visited them it my and De' Morris MoOowan sod comprehension fundamentals I 1. fence. an Hhown In I. 'Th. ('..uniy. .Iu"....'" Court Mr. T, .Alderman. Ihe. holderof
'toasa; Ralph Gentry a nice I their place on Little Lake! 'I (V of Starke and Betty and Interpretive reading and AMTM JJCMik 1. page 1044 und Hrndroril ('..aat,.. Ktorlrtntn tho followllrg certificateshim
went fishing Sunday, and Chuck were also down for the critical and selective reading i Social SecurityRepresentative A9tM A-393-59 Hook on(* no:' filed wild. certificates fora
lllngr\ of shellcracker and i first cousins I
Geneva.
; *: They are I six bass. Hubert weekend. Pure 1244. KutHlIf Marihe' Alive llarff tax deed to bo Issued thereon -
caught aays'we Persons Interested In enrolling I Here LINK; POSTS: SheLl be II" O.D. HIU''... n..e..I.N Tho certificate. numbersand
frOAe: thorn In. a No. 2 it for shouldregister nf Issuance, the deMiTlptloti -
1 1..ITOIt.'I
That c out Taps up In the course Htumlard 1iUv. pipe. wulifhjntf .rfC'm TO 1t years
",'!\\"J\" \ _".6...... --. -.......',_.',_, ....__.. __ I and. had plenty" of *loH ttuin) 372 of hue estate of iff titus property, and
'" I tomato can, > another week. So until we In Room 140 of tho & not ponndn per All creditor
Mondays
Fridays
- which It Was assessed -
,. water." That foot. Thane .pout shall be MAHTIIA Al.rCIS DILJAHDHAX.K.V the names In
room for the meet again here's Leewt! College prior to September pitted" 10' apart or loss and : decuuvud. are hereby are a. follows:
\ i sounds like a Hubert Cliltty"special" LEON'S!I CORRNKU: 27. I A representative of the loot In oonrrutrt footing' 30" notified mid required. to file Certiridat No. 141. Tear of
STALLING'S CORNER I to me.) dot and 9" In diameter crown .ally olalniH o-r demunda. which Issuance" iStiPuIooicrllttiulm
I "Birds" Qalnesvllle Social Security Office .<1. ut top t lu uhed water. Cun- tluy .may have nirutnflt mid of Property COM:
'Last Wadncndny! night- my- God made all the birds, Postal Clerks Is In Starke at 9:30: a.m.v eritP, shall> I Im 2.000 ll>. tvnt OHtiite In the office of the at NW COK of WHH of Nil]14 &
father and mother Jamos and T01' flATJ.,: Snail' bir 1 \\/1" O.DtmidiirA County Judge of bradford run 8 HH4 ITt.for a POB Run
r Bernie And he put flietn In the sky. each :Monday and Friday, upstairs .. ; .valv pipe weighing- County Florida, In the. Court W 2110 "'t. S; 147 Ft R: 289 Ft.
I OASIS LOUNGEYour ''Cricket Chltty visited Then so they wouldn') fall! Give MagazinesTo In Agriculture Building. not loss than 2.87 poUnds .put loufln' at Htnrke' Florida withIn N ISH Ft. T.O FoR sue' :: 84-T-
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McGee hi the Medical Center He them how to fly.. Persona who desire to make, toot.OATB I. Hlx calendar. months from 6-H. II-2Z-B ((1 Aor)
i at the University. Bernie was taught Public LibraryThe !: *>O! T: shell b. 4" O D. ha ,, date nf the first publu-a-. Na", I" which assessed. Al-
CLOSEST For They are really great applications for social security tandurd gah' pipe welRhlnsr lon of thin notlcf. Each claim mu '<.1 lrlftl'".
Spot lin i an automobile accident Except for one little thing.tf Pdstai Clerks of the retirement or survivors benefits not isiS"". titan 9.11 pounds per ..ir deniund must he In wrltlno, All or..r 'about a month ago, and has root ror 24' gates ao D. with a copy and must StILts of Bradford.Utat .
LIQUOR WINT5S BEER not careful, secure social security account the County
are office. all members :
that no you Starke post tjindurc galvanize pipe iArelnIng the p-nne! or r.olleue. and 'Florida.t'nleiis : .
'now improved enough Y6u're liable to feel a ting. of Local 2782 of the numbers' or get any I Idol less. than .79 .par. ft. print-office. address of the of
I Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. IS opposed to return home I No matter If you're In )0111'1 United Federation Of Postal other octal security Information WM) AND COHNKH TOUTS I: ,lalmanf and must. bit Hwrorrn such shall 1 certificate\be redeemedircorillnir I or
liffll bff :.i" o.f>. standard by the ."lalmunt. hits agent cc-nt.ifkiite" *
this week. i car, CBerks AFL-CTO. this past are Invited to see our v5lhmifl. not less tlnon D.7D parATK I)r nix. ",attorney or It will bo- ,: t to Inw the propertyds'i'ih.ui
; ;
Friday and 9 A l\f. 2 A.M\ bus : ..cortlfluate.
five
.
Saturday orcirtilinates
Red Neal l caught : Or out IP your 'brand nev* hat.' week contributed;! to. theStarke representative at the time of 1001 nmH voltl .HIM ordlng. i to litwp.Untnd I In will such be sold'to the
Monday morning, :and hopes < : : FRAME: sloth. np I 5/8" this 24th day ot AugHt -
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST\ 3 FIFTHS to start biffing : When It gefa to you, 3'm'l1know Bradford County his visit. standard Kulv. pipe with In- A. I), 1M7.Alntrt ilghest.. bidder at he court MondnT
thefirst
I they are going It.You'll Public Library complete- past cli> trlnl Intoklnv devlv A. "HdxonAH louse door on -
I'better aptln. UbANl'ITV DKHOlllPTION(' Admiuuisi'rotor. of I lou, KstateI In month of -tober, 1U87.
OR QUARTS feel a nasty llttlsSTUATTT : of the National: Geographic .
I Dave Rape is visiting copies THE RIGHT POINT for the I.UJ';; e' high with three I Mafiha Alice, UMIlird Rosen, which Is Uii' 2nd day of October -
Mrs. !-! Magazine for the the write. Come In strandS. tmrb. wire d..d.. 1U67.
8; Mi. South of Starfce on U. S. 301 Mrs. King In Baxley, Gi., this I like to watch the brd-J- years 19 3-11)67.) and way select! :you favorite EtSTERBROOK I 24' double swing gates B/7 41 it/Id< hailed this 28tli day of AugUst -
:your 1961.
I week. the I :4 single swing Kate !NOTirKrn RKIUTOHKAll :
:- Lynn As they soar up In. sky. Ed Hall Secretary. Is fountain peA. I 4" "auto. i linetC tTHilllorB. ..f the i-Htate ofN'ttllte (:S1t.AL: )
i F Linda and Tammy Long ns over my head I i They happen not to fly I 7 3" corner. poets are hcrnbv notified end .i.'iinlred' clerk. of Clrnuit Court of Bradford -
L be helpful to students and :2 >3'> end punt ,IL fIle any claims or demandivhlcti CouiitT, Florida.
Some folks don't like birds. 'patrons! In the Reference LIbrary TftK BOAHD llKHKKVICa: : TIlE' \ they may have against By: Beulah. M. Mcody, D. C.

;'And they think they're all a In days to come. Jmted thli :Gill day ot :: H10HT. nibrt.OTfl TO. UEJKCT!!: ANV AND thud eutmtt.in, tin ,offl'" < nf thi. ,/7 tt 9/3S

: pest. I IKinlH-r, lfl 7.SBAU I"p-I AM(
Two Good Buf most folks, like me, hav (:: (C'UARLII1) <\. DARJIY CllAKLKrf:", A. 1M lilly 2t ,Clerk

BuysIn favorites, / Clerk' tile 9/21 9/Hi
Circuit Court
i.ut ,
Kxnntlto-r: ..f the. 1'MlMl"': ofKilKiir I I Serving florida <
ny II!. ;
n"ulah
That we like the best Lawrencu Klrlc tlooeuaiil. Moudjr Di-ptity .
:J Clerk. I >olli>n. O( ApplicatIon For Tax l5 Since 1950
'We think most all birds are flees
B/SS: 4t
1018IN" !
beautiful RttKcne, F'. "fthnw' HIM*. '&4.16. .... H. I 8
IJUUliiNE, K. /SHAW Notice 1. HerM IJY tllven, that, O7k G'g. 9i&a
Kspeclally In the Spring. 132 MouthVnlnut HtreetUtarko Mr. T. J. Aldernmn the hnUter, I

Office Equipment I When they start to sing Attorney, Florida tot ijvpnutor, TUB; TUB KIOHT1I,;': cjrteurr JL'DICIAI rofur. CIK-OP( ': Of has tlm filed following saId cerllfk-nten. Ilflc'iitcB. fora ........... .......... .. -- ...........

1 ears 0/US 4t 10/19 'tIlT 01.' FI..OIUU.\' .A.11) tile deed. I tn btf (HHuerl' there i .
And it's lovely music to our Jo'UH BR.AO"uUD,, COUNTY:' on. The "i"rtlflcu>t.. number. '
CIVIL ACTI'oN' and of iHMiianre. U... "'-
NOTITM TO U..1%0 year WB
Every Business Needs God gave man a mouth In Irt-olt t.r., "...!ford CA"K NO. 164 rlptlon of the property. anil Mrs. Carolyn, Cordially
To speak his wonderful words., (.......,.. Klorl.lai I. tJo..r' WILLIE WAS11INUTO.V; : the names. In. which. It. was. aseesoi .
I and ,, Plaintiff, are as follow: Eaves
Andhe gave us eyes ears Cnnu No. 16H.IOH.V 'li /
.
= MAKTIDV OTtVIlnlntlff rtlfU'ati, No. 82.: Year of We/comes C::
To and hear his beautiful mAny WA.H4N&JTONiefendmi" .Representative
see vs JMAIUM! AIILB.NJLAIIOIOAIT : ; : : (Hnnanco. 196G. I IDumTiptlnn I
birds IIT.I.V.I rxrundunt.MVPWM nt. ? of Property N1 I Ph. 961-5812 W You and Your
: onn : t or pLnI.lc'ri.AD 3'JO1 "W
rn APi-HAft): 150', of 8 600' of K of
To: Merle. Arlene Maraea IN ;.TiOTICK; : OK 'T 440' ot NF..r 8\\1'\11.\ \ SEC: 18. 122 N. Bay St, Family to Your
THK NA-VIH OK TUB T-H-8. It-33-K! i
Olin You ore hrri.>liv notified, that 8TATK OF Fl..nIUJ1'0: Name'/. In which .assessed JimCummings Starke New Home
MAKV
WAHHIN<)TKV, whose ,
1 n vtiU for l ivorvo" ha. boon
,
renlileiii I. unknown. All of mi id property being", In
the abovniMiiHil
riled gauNt" you In You; .are. hereby notified. Ihl&t'' the Courfty of Bradford, stati '
Piturt nml' "au"and
IJ FloridaIt
The State of
a cult for divorce haa bonn 1 of Florida. .
i you are required to serve u .
i : it)
to the c-ompliilnt on the VVuHliliiirton In the above entltlvd certificate shall be redeemed Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
St. William's Bund*] I'lalntirt'i Attorney Hon. (floor Court and C"UB", und you according, to. how the propurtydenurlbed
aro hereby iitinmoned. ordered In iu-h certltl..u.te'' To Acquaint You With Your City.
WednesdayMass If iMiTi-i' jn.i-snn: >f. TBtn I '
I Man 7:30 a. m. KB .
and .
required to file
pi.ve.. stiirkfl.. Florida ..nd your writ- or certificates will he Hold to
and Novena 7' P. ox file. thi, original' In the otfli ten answer ur dufptmea to tiioc.nmplalnt the. highest blddfiat, the
of tho cTi-rk of ,,,, at the office of the I court house door oa tin fIrst If in the a phone
-' tli, Plroolliiurt . !
f'n ttr"' hcTriru rb !8rddiIi'
thd Community Church BevLeon Florida, and. to which I ie the Dud' ofOtolirr
: 'I a..r. u uopy 1087. day
of Ontnhor Ill! ? otherwise !
.: : -
.; thereof l't "tUff : call will bring prompt visit
is't P. Mllner minister. Mrs. the. allegations of ..A!.IdCompl..lnl on < attorney. 1D07.Dnt you a
,
.4 George Canova. organist. Mrs. will he.k.n.. uconfimHOtI Jlollln" V. Knight and Theroii' .d this 28th day ot Aug-1 I
A. .Yawn. 1'.0. Druwer uat. 1987.
t Secretary'. hy you Stark, lot-Ida, lI'.1 from your local hostesw. Please give
: William Warren Thin noU,'" shall be publlRlcd all on or bofora (SAL) I
4 School': 9:40: a. m. ,'h .*k Tor' tour tIme. 30th day of ()"tobr,I &harlea! A. Darby. i irinrk '
I Sunday onne "" wi .
OT>nH"rutlva! wevkH. In the Braeford .. 1967. otlirrwl.u a Ltufault I ut Circuit Court of,I her a call! She has maps and many
11 m. .
Morning Worship a. Judgment" will be Briulfnrd, County.. Florida"
) ) Nursery at 11 a. m. ervtceonly' l.'mmty TeliJust nwalnit yuu. Ill Uuuluh M. Moody L>. C. .) free and wonderful gifts for you IiI

344 ,.,., Thin NOtice. nhill be..tI"or"1 1/7 h '/28,1"oTlr..l
r lleheil In tim, next. from local bolnes8e11.WOULD .
.1,
"" ,'ullv< weekly I iKmie TO DKFKXnI
I
Presbyterian Jirudford. C'uunty ., .u Clrttitt. Court, HrmalutCoaalr ':
I Faith Presbyterian Church 17'e IV duly qualified newspaper pub Florida la ('hutcnr,.. I

'Model' -Rev. 3. R. Neale Jr., minI ---.- .---

:Speed-0-Print 9-A PhotoCopierprice I later. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist -

I ; Mrs. Carl Swlsher,


S summer Sunday organist.School, 9:45: a.m. 1IOJ1JjJ1l"jl jl -

I Morntng Worship 11 a.m. VOU

I Sunday, (Nursery open both

:$9950 hours.) In Time ,

I ,11BE
Episcopal
For
i St. A-nne' Rev.' W. W.Worstal .

IF YOU HURRY! ; vicar.Moiii1g I Back to SchoolOr
Prayer and Sermon -
LIE I U E
2nd and 4th Sunday :
: .
Ama/higrly low-priced to fit any office! or departmental budget. Copies 9:30 Holy: Eucharist sun. (nursery and sermon open.) College ;

ANYTHING printed, typed written, drawn or mechanically reproduced.Will : 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30 a. II I

pick up any color. Copies 9 in. by any length. 1m. '(nursery open). Church II I

I School, ':9O a.m. '"Hol,. Eu- I

1 chavUt. 8 a.m. each Sunday. I

Evening: Prayw. TSO: p.m. Only $1095.INCLUDING

'HERCULESFIREPROOF each Sunday. ETC, 630; p.m. I

'each Sunday.

FILE Dally offices xf Morning HANDSOME CARRYING CASE

I and Evening Prayer 8:00: a._ L Lhugged.

and 5:00: p.m.


Letter-Size D-Label I -Lath_ For thIs. .

Lutheran Cburcn -of K rstono .

(One-Hour Fire Protection) I Heights: ; Vicar RSobard I lif/MteetgM.. ,. WORLD'S .P
SMALLEST
Finished in Beautiful Decorator Colors Meyer' minlsUr.Dlvtne ELECTRIC -


worship, Sunday 11: Spfrlietilj ADDING MACHINE L J11i-

LIST PRICE $355.50One ., a. m. Holy Communion 2nd

Sunday of each monUi. y '

Berries.heW aaob eundajrat doe* ,* Adds 4

'$ St. Anna's B ,l oopalChurch. :omuch: $ 93I !! 4

Only 3 5 .& 7sIou. '.lel&hn. I but cost Subtracts I _

,
litHe
I M ,,
At This Price ,
Lit4 ,
_
,
Baptist With many, important .* MultipliesCredit ., -.on x

Worship ervtoc : Sunday features of '

f. 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [DW'I8l"7open Royal office typewriter*i Balance .
'
).
;
I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Putl-elze' keyboard -

nursery open] TN4nInc TvIon. 1* Pleasant. light Royal "i TOTALS TO 999,999.99 _

I 9:30: p. m. [dnvsery opaujRev. "touch" *ehcc' .l*: ., '

Latrrence Carroll, Full-size carriage-JkjM -

... pas to*. and silent too .

Two-color) ribbon At LaaU.APortable! Electric .Adding,Machine.With The
In Th* County Jw4K*"* *'sun. Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed

Of In' I'robi.t.Ro.Hrndfonl .CoUBtr; 'Ie..I. __.*. Ouarante.d'f r5y ara* Touch Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement: Of A

I IT, Kr.: K.tut., of KHX1ARI Heavyweight Machine.
'.. AVVKHNCH': : K1HK"' DlKenXIITICK .''',
TO CKKD1TORS
t All iTeflltora of the entitle of Also Electric
Milxnr lAWronva. Kirk, dnomt-. APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL
,.1.! ..tr> hereby. noUfietl .and required -
to tile. nny claim orUamamlM Portables 10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S.PUBLIC .

which thwjr tnuy haveutrulnut ACCOUNTANTS BOOKKEEPERS
uld. entatv In the ut- ,
flue nt the county Judire of And Standard
UrwlfoTil County, Fl..r........ lit
the Courthouse at Starke, CompareWith Machines Costing Twice As Much!
BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH PMorlfla/ within ala calvn"liir Models
I month from the date of the
first publication of this. notice
hitch: aidS or demand rnu.t SEEING IS BKLUOTNG
be wrltlnv .and moot state the.
PILe, .>r residence and post of- Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
f floe adilreiw, of the claimant
; ..u.1 must be worn to by the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHI
claimant, hi. acvnt" or hie attnrnwy. -
or It will be..
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D'\t'':, SEPT. 28 1967 .nAbroan C'OtrNTV rEf lrnRAPi1, fIIITAnlO'J', n.OInf IIIF.mrONa: JMOF, TTTTIEE!:
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ages 3::00-5::30. Friday Srpt_ 29 are being held ach SatUrday day, '! persons who desire to get atoclucatlon. !I day night Prayer meeting I Pastor" servii- schedule 3un-

Recreation Trampoline class for elementary ..u' ages 3:00.8:30.Cteetleador: : moi-ninir\ at 10 a. In. at Pratt Mrs. Lavada Polhlll ands Sept.. Rainfall \ The opportunity Is Thursday night the LjiUlet day School at 10:00: a.m Lov-I -

grades 4:00-: 30. registration al Street Park. rt, Luther, Joel AlvafPz! and Below Average here for everyone who l IsI Circle will meet at Mrs. Johnnie I, feast service at 11:00 arm

Cheerleader reglstratlbnat center 3::00-&::301Sa&urday..SpL Sandra' and Johnnie Ross, 'tlitnklnc' in terms of living: & Mac Cuffie'a homo. Friday Communion Service at 6:00: .

Center -3:00-5:30.: : .. 30 Senior Boy vlsletd Mr. and Mrs. Billy: lad rainfall has1 f ben recorded ijnoi-e enjoyable life In thepa'e j night the Prayer Band will II p.m.All
CalendarThur Small Pry Football Pratt Punt Toss & Kick c'lnlc' at I Raulerson and faiafly' In at any of the FloridaForest nge. High school dropouts moot at the homo of Mr Re- members are invited to .

Be. Park 3:30-3:30: : Pratt st Park" 10:00-11:30.: 1 1I Flag FootballTo I Mlddleburit Sunday.' Service's three towersdu'.hll are wwlromp. 'bacca Allen. Saturday nljhtthe I attend these services

Bantam rootball Practice I .,)Teed Dance at Armory for Be Organized O. D. Dobbs visited his' the past 'week, according Classes are beIng offered at I Can Club will sell dinners i Pleasant Grove Methodist

: -Sept. 28 Pratt St. 4:006:00Recreatton: : Grades 9-12 only 8:00-12:00.1: : I brother. Arch Dobbs, in I II ; to a report made Tuesaay Pleasant: O r o V e MethodistChurph In the church kitchen. I Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson,

ftre: tlon Center for all Center open for,J I Monday-Oct. 2 I There will. .. be a meeting I OalnesTllle Medical Center., at '11:30: { a. m. R..T. K.': high School,,, Sunday School will l begin 4tt9:3o. I Pastor, service schedule, Is a* .

Monday, October 2. 6:00 p.'m. Snnd. .t7. County average rainfall Anderson Junior High School : Morning service ai 11:00: i fallows: Church School at 10
I Recreation Center open for at the starke Recreation I. M->rtroeKtttler! celebrated from Sept. 1 through' 8 a. m and In the U. S. O. Building. I a.m. Evening!: service at 6:30: 1 a.m., Morning service at 11 II

GLASS That'9 Our Business all ages 300530.: : Dept. to organize a Senior Vdf; -BirUiiiay! Thursday even- Tuesday, Sept. 26, is 1.83: inches For further Information contact p.m. Visitors are always wel. a.m. Afternoon service at 1
Trampoline class for elementary Boys Flail Football league I in?. Sfpt. 21 with a )Uarbecu .14 inches l less! than the50year Mm. Bernice Bateman In i come. p.m.

I grades 4:00-5:30.: : for grades 912. Twenty-fttne guests enjoyed average: < Rainfall recorded the rear of the USO buildingor St. John Missionary: Baptist ".
CALL, WRITE or VISIT Bantam Football practice Boy that are interested In I the occasion with him since Sept. 1 at theN call 9646800.Ctttlrch Church Lnwtey observed their
FOR Pratt St. 4:00-6:00.: the Rive Tower.. .7 inches: Nt'w.Dlthlehem. I' Annnnl Men's Day last Simduy 2 BEDROOM, Located 1316
ANY GLASS iorjnln team to be In .
NEEDWe a
Cheerleader registration at yn-nkvr, throve St Starke; $50.00 Down '
2t. The
Address LoWS Tower R"pt.
Correct Hill at awtey.
I league are urged to. l>/>J at pDecrea.tlon .! Free Will Baptist Low low
monthly
Peslgn Modern Store Fronts center 3:00-5:30.: ( : Center at. 6:00L: ,. I Needed To 3:20: Inches and( 'the' Santa Fe Church Rev. L. I\ICKI1Y"1 wan Mr, Jessie Moore, Principal -'i Payment -Your credit is good

I Womens volleyball Armory ._ I IMen's Apply Tower at New..River 1.60 In- Pastor service schedule: l at Anderson Junior High payments. .
Just 7:30. i Rev. L. U.,, we own, sell and finance.Call :
Mail :
Us School at Lawtey.
A Pattern For For Tag Refunds rhea night Choir
Football 16InSoftball' followsMond.ty: / Collect ArOn Williams
Senior Boys Plug recorded I Pastor, I I :
No files were Mobley.
No. 3 and Ushers board No. 2
Meeting at center 6:00: .p>- m.TuesdayOct" League State Comptroller I Fred: O.Dickinson' during the past weelt.' There will rehearse at? 7:30.: Tuesday' Greater/ Allen Chapel A.M K. Refer 829-6447 House St"?.No.Augustine 3006 Fla,

SHEA'sTabGiAss 3 \ office has .beendwmnDfii have been 100 forest fires night Choir No 1 and 2 will Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson
CO. Rec. Center open for all To Be Organized since Jan. 1 tills year compared I i
bv more tlun :30.-! rehearse at GOO: p.m. Wednes-
ages 3:00-5:30.: : 000 applications for .small. car! Do only 72 dUraig. Cute
M\
"If It's Glass We Uave It" Archery 330430.: : All men interested recreational I playIng -1 license. tug refunds, .he says. same period In 1060. Since ;

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Air RIfle 4:305:30.Cheerleader : : JIa strictly ,VYet many of these! arc Jan: l' this year 809.8 acres
Fla. ,invited
Phone FR24353NEGLECTED registration league of Softball are being returned because weJlIove of forest have burned in 'FLORIDA THEATRE
to out to West Side 301DRIVEIN
300530.: : come
oolnpared
been supplied with.. Incorrect Bradford County
I Bantam Football ;Aactioe Park Tuesday, Oct., 3, at or insufficient. addresses to otUy 467.6 during She same, =
": 0-8:00.: "> 330: ; p. m. period In 1906..Colored ShowtimeWeekdays 7:0 Sunday 3:00 -
Dickinson
said urging -
Small Fry Footbal 3:39-: This type of softball Is a all those seeking refunds I Saturday 1:00
5:30. lot different .from .regular I .
to fyi ioit! the appllcutloifortns '
I 1 Men's Softball fie1 Boll] softball as the ball Is larger Citizens FRI., SAT., SUN.. MON. TUES.
as completely pi possiWe. -
t ** I[ West Side Park 7:30.Women' : and, normal gloves are pal SEPT. 29! 30 OCT. 1, 2, 3

'4' i Trampoline Class tied.Men The County Final"! Department OPEN SUNDOWN
NewsSchool
SHRUBS at Recreation Center 7:30.: 18 years old and .
I Wednesday" Oct. 4 1 above who,, want to play, of the "COJ:1).ptrol.or.'a : ADMISSION I -

.. Recreation: Center open for coma to West Side Piyk,, } Office Is presently' pro ad t- Adults 73e Students 60c<<: Q-Day began,
lf ... teasing more than, 6.000 .
i .CAN BE I alV ages 300630.: : Tuesday. nloht, Oqtober 3. It ditlonal applications. for refunds Mown, I.T.A. Children Under 12 Free when the
Interesting
Modeling!! club 1:00-8:30: : should: be real
.
Elementary grades. .' The register monthly R.J.B.P.T.A. FRI., SAT., SUN. j

I j !1 DANGEROUSI' Bantam Football praetles. 'Evils Of Life' Realtor Board Wednesday' meeting Oct.' 4 will In the be cafetorinm held- SEPT. 29, 30 OCT. 1 I dirty doCent

To Play Friday at 8:00: p.m. :
Punt, Pass, Kick Wins Convention All parents are Invtted to Double Feature Program were done!

I' "........ Mt In (M> **fmt VM Football Contest Teenagers Attendance AwardThe attend, to get first hand Information ,r .'. ,
men| capita about? the school and I
=: lemoanrynthror: :; :
IM : The Starke Recreation
Set Sat: Oct. 7
oil mulirion a..r...,. Proiaet. lour Dept. will sponsor US: weekly Bradford-Clay' Count: the progress the children are 1' I '- ,f :
J'1 hrublxry from and the :Board of Realtors recelve flklng.
II tolrf: weather ah eNea.r\"| 'Tr (trot P The annual Punt Pass: Sc: dance at.the, old Armory i1' to II \m1A'rtR!
convention Attendant Parents are encouraged
your eomnrtinttr (the
,
Kick. Contest, sponsored 1ty Saturday\ night Sept. ,30 ,
chlltlrens I t
mldrgs .Award ot the Slat annul meet the child's or r =
'
11961. from 8 m until / "KENNETH I
TerwlHegar Ford MotorCompany p.
eenventlon of the Florida Association teacher for the school term I r'a
entl: the :Starke Re reatlon ht. of Realtors held in 1067-68. IrtMA.jfflJLCTI{ .
Department, will : beheld The band "The Evils'of: : 1 'ar
7. '' L&re/' wtU, piwkJe the music. :Miami Beach., Uri Hooutn! t ,
PEST on-eaturday, Oct /
> FLORIDA The local board had the Girl Scout Troop 626 Is Invited -
Boys ages A thou 14 are Only:: BHS students of grades :
largest registration at tin to attend Mt. Plugah
.
9-12 and former BHS grad- .w
in the ;
eWglWe to participate event for boards of its size AME Church' In a Youth Day : / .. :
uatpg to 19 save eligible -
CONTROL I contest and may register at up age .
category. Mrs. Hilda. Neth program Saturday, Oct. 28,
j, COMPANY the Recreation Center until to attend the danoo. Activity .
I' locil board president accepted 1907 tit 2:00: p.m.
;
I/ft I Friday Oct. 6. Sixty-three ; cards must be shown at the award behalf oi All Scouts asked to,
on Are
ll )/ For Information Call 964.5745INVILLjjJjj : boys have' registered for the the door with the. ;admission the board membership.. please be present and on, time.Notlco"r .
I contest and practice sessions price of 100. :Fre* refreshments -
will be served.
; Dell Chapter 168 will hold 0
'''' !: Next week the Tornadoes MAYOR'S COURT ::7Y
: its monthly meeting
regular
'
have an open date laud tho
dance will be> held an Friday I Seven cases against tour Thursday night nt 8:00: p.m... .

:DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES night wlUv the "JAPES" .ofLake defendants were dlspjbed orl In the Masonic Hall on Brown. (4

City} providing the mu by Mayor Carl Hurst in lee Street. : !
All members are asked to I I I II a
sic. Starke Mayor's Court Tues- Je
day nlllht. please be present and on Ttt..d

MOBILE HOMESUSEDJ. PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETJ'S Jeffie Dean, disorderly pme.
The officers who attend the
conduct by fighting disorderly -
e Appliances Color TV RAIF.OROBy conduct by disturbing ,the Workshop in Orlando reported i

e Stereo Magnavox peace, and doing bodily H very helpful experience. All
Zenith & J. Swap Shop ,. V members are asked to please .
e Motorola Fart DrDbe harm, sentenced to BO days -l LUS-.
Mrs. ,
be to hear the reports
e General Electric Commercial and Portrait In Jail. present
USED TRAILERS: Photography lPhone,400-8601: I Sister Alma B. Bacon W.M.
l'eckles"dr1vlnll
"Vuu Get A Good Deal Atpro. Dennis P. tiuffler "YOU
Dell W. P. has ARE A
Frame k: Custom Framing In school zone, forfeited Rev. Damon

} Camper from 8 20' 1958 BN'd.. : Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Orlfflf bond of $12.80.I returned' to Bradford, County GOING TO on thi"ooltlnll best-seller.
Blandlng, ,Sunday; luncheon guest hospital 8({ ln. All membersire I
Hoblla Homes 32' 55' were Ronald Gory. Williams, wilful .
MILLERtpQp: ((1. JaclotOB vlltn 1884.1483 .of their, chndren., .Mr,, and and wanton rocklass driving. asked to' please remember ENJOY __ ... molAlfl "'Re Jun.... 1Ctt.RQ
) '
.
--.1"..Ptd ...:... Trades -2 n Bank Financing. AIr<.. Joe F te and, .son .vlr .. forfeited;' bond of $37.50. him with your visits and. Get 'AlFIE'1'J/ mm mmm mmm mm CASSAVETES mm

31 Orange Park iItgwy. ..Jacksonville., That aftfrnooi Gertrude Bodle. dljerderly Well cards. I amen, TRIM *im nonrnr mi odor' BnnturUPEZ '
:'tlarkHonvlItaAuto w '" "Ji\N"o1;' 'A r they visited Fernandloa andlittle conduct by use of profane ltlrtJida.v CelebrationMr. VERY ;.'':;- KE1PTJY; mm RYAN SAVAIAS mm( mm '

Tel. 2S432: ,I TadbotIaland.; .language, voluntary Intoxication Mack F. Pringle, a longtime MUC"UFr
Sales &: Service ,,0 r.and Mrs. pock Addison sentenced to a line of resident of Starke and ."iiiiL. INNiyDi[ if MSOrI,5WMSHEUER MSl KfN NmHYMAN RDB&filCHMETROCOLOR f

For Musical Advice were Sunday luncheon,guests $44. Bradford/ County observed his I soa",

LAN'D'ROVER ( v. i4a I :at.Mrs jand Mr.,,Will ,Ken Dist birthday Sept 3. MICHAEL CAINE t -- -.--- -- ----- -
C." CARTER rNICE
MOTORCYCLES' And Mrs,. PerUe Cheshire ..InOtiinesvlllev 1 CARD OF THANKS:. Mr. Prlngle has Itved in I .
: t? .' H ] ,, .. I II Starke, moat of his life. He ONLY
The World's Finest in -. T: i '' To those who expressed FRIDAY, SATURDAY

4 Wheel Drives I' .Mrs-: Judy KIttler and fain- I their sympathy in so many came to Starke at an early I) SEI'T. 29, 30

Sold and S<*vlced by HONDA A ,,? t' t.1.Y.or .Oreen- Cove o Opringfl ,beautiful and practical waysduring ago, IlLEjERECOMMENDED
Robert, ChevroletGreen visited, Mr. and.Mrs..j Dock our recent .bereavement lIe Is confined to a wheel

Cine S08S.Jacksonville M OT0RCI'CLUS'ALL ." ": :, Add-on!.8un Uy.. we extend our heartfelt chair. He Jlvefat 1214 North
Spring 2449UOOJEEP *-" 1CetnlSitehud'104S1( -J Sonny. .$taiIng' of Sander talianks. Harry .Rosenshlne, Did Luwtey. Road He would FOR

MODELS -,Chlcktring -aki. IIOJyWted"- ,relatives here. Mr: and Mrs. Joe .E. Hitchcock ipprectate- the visits from old MATURE AUDIENCESPARAa0U8f

Other .Name Brands ,Thursday.,_.* ? and family Trlends.Idult .
..- Mr..,and Mrs. Fall Dobbs : Battle KduruMun ('1,_ I, / 1'I
Merchant Crwn Stamps PIANO? /CONN' ORGANS, visited Arch- DobbsIn", Oatttr There! ts no. ado limit on.. I PICTURE TECHNICOLOR I I 1'1
.; If.
war Park Jacksonville 388-8919
esvllle Medical Canter Sat-
Vrhlcle !r THE RIGHT POINT? for the f.
JtcpVagoneer Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. I uwlay. ,
: write Cane hi
I IS 4PICTURE ., .Mr'sAlzy Thomas and the way yen
-'WILKO'' -a
Wed.: ThurF4L ...., ,favorite EATERBROOK -
Jeep 1nlvpraJGIndhitor" Tues., FRAMES I dauglltwvt. Darnell of II&w- and year> I

Jrep. Truck' Open Sait8 A.M. 8 PM. I thorns visited; her mother.Mr fMntotn pea.

AuthorlttMl Service. C ." \ Mary Frecma! in King

C. 4 Approved Wheel Drive Part- :* Wheel Closed Sunday St: Monday ;,.,Memorial Mr.. andiMrs.Hospital Cecil Silurday.Addison, STABLE !

Drive SPILLERS'GAILERY Jr. and, son of OalnesvlUe The Ultimate in Electric Portables ."

EDDIE BLAND MOTORS: & CYCLES: ; 1 visited neater Mr. and Sundayr Mrs. Theodore ; BUSINESS I ,

MOTORS Inc. -IUI9 Btendini Blvd. Frumbl;' oil Mr., and Mrs. Julian Dobbs
,
visited. DIRECTORY
JnekiMkrrvllle 17T1-&MI; hr mocker Mrs.
8M W. ADAMSJACRSjNviLiz Tainting Graphic ArtaUnframed .
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81U-7791 Kateht. la Gainesville Friday .
,
Pictures mg>ht. Mrs. Knlgnt la Just MUCH MORE
SO .
THERE'S
fnome, _from JacksonytteHoBplOaO. I
A
:
Parrish Motors MUSIC I 1015( Park StU Fire" Points ..where sine had aat- AUTO REPAIRS "tV 'LE GTRAC12o' < TO SEE AND TRY IN A
r E1
Jai 853-8551 Jar surgery. i 110 tp AEJ : SMITII-CORONA. COME'IN .

SALES: .. Otu,.d.eperd sympathy to Iy *EIECTRIC, TODAY AND( SEE WHY

tiP.RVTCE the.: J--C. Prevatt family,In Earl Garage ABtEI BKOAUSIIOULUEKEU ELECTRIC SMITH-CORONA" OF.FERS "
TARTS Paulus Music Co. the death, of their littlegrandaughter ONLY
.' SEWWh, :' CENTER Ann AIX KINDS OHAtTTO PORTABLE-FOIl YOUR OFFICE YOU ALL THESE
; v ; Catherlo. "
c. REPAIR WORK SMITIICORONAWHere'
Eand'4 19Lrtng Instniin.ataC AT DOME-by
,e : 1 Shiver. t I
32 Tears At A' Dealer ... '.. ''. of Starkevisited All Work Oimnuitned I ;
,
Mrs. A. M. Jones of Smith- .
Alwy!# GoOd St.Jacksonville'U.1'd'. Cart Gibson Gultara, & Amplifiers. H. & N: her mother ,In )Cleggl4emortal Phone 904-7005 Coronas* a master perfect craftsmanship example A com .
921 Laurie -:', Ro. Walnut Htitrke ASSUUANCES.
Ph.ine : Hospital -Thursday. I piece electric typewriter built into a hand
3M 614! SEWING
+ I School Supplies-Instruction: CENTER .. !: Miner<<
.. Mr. and Mr* ,,1rn.Ie tre4it : 1 some portable. So many conveniences:
*. ;;, ..
BEAUTY ACADEMY: -1 \ ( \' and family of Jackv>nvllle.iwere AUTO SERVICE t inexpensive Changeable Type 711 for languages ...-

I. Roberts .KecorrfersMusic '19t37 Singer .. visiting in .JW1'o&'dI 1 science and math.i PalO G.goT' GUARANTEE AnY !Smith-'
.Saturday: -. jeweled main bearing, automatic electric Corona branch oltic willraplie
American I Library'-. xpertRepair Auto Zi :-Zalt! Friends of Gary Thornton Gilbert S. Brown XJ tic ,, 4 e repeat actions even electric shift and'spacing without. chart .
: : It has ;plul a 12"a: @ (xcapt for labOr and
everything
Hairstyling Department '
'wlU.! regret to learn that be Oil V ; hipping, ) lIne part that
Stwldard Service Station
I for J ize jobs. \ .. ,
kiof wthnSY.eraofputchasadate.
Academy Like New Is 80'patient: in.King Mctnor.lal ATLAS ,SN carriage : arm dalaoaiv* "
41 W. Monroe St. Hospital. .
TIKES BATTERIES No labor chare within
21 W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE '
55-9aot lukn\1Ue' 353-8447 Console Model makes fancy de- Mr. <.and Mrs. Carl Dobbs Budget Term*-Road Service I II iLiriTR4M 9O day* ol purchase.Warranty -

ngTnr ''stitches, monograms had as,, guests Sunday >tr. I I Phone 004-7071 ABLLg ) motor cows,all rubberparti partsxoapt ..
3310 Beach Blvd.TackSonvUle and Mrs. C. C. Dobbs and 147 N. Temple Stark This eM1steel l, vinyl clad carrying casa ( nargy call or
vercaats, sews on buttons;; : I fv f. .
RiversideHairstyling Mrs. Edna Cason of Jookaon Is lours st so additional shargtl ch. .ft. 90 day
30S-3091 nake button holes Sc blind k Doa not cover damage>
.' from misuse
: rtltch... attachments vUle.Ernest Addison of Camilla ', and l..accidentonly to I 0.1&.1 "
.. -
'. HURST'SSHELL ... ,,, .
.1 0""" '
Academy bemtmstratori: $84'n-$6 per Oa.i visited his parents. Mr.I', .

28.59 PARK ST. 'I Call J**,, 771-1850: and Mrs.,Dock AddU-vn Sun .1 Yes, we carry a complete selection
JACKSONVILLE S88-M37 OPTICIAN iay and Monday. Service Station _
II. .&: N. Sewing Ctr. models, colon and type sfvlest,, :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner -
Accredited .. Its Everyfliinx eotdd want
O. -> Oil Ixibrfoatlon troe! yea
Qualified Instructor of Jacksonville' visited Tire. & Batteries, the To ]] '
Modern Styling Mrs Rubye Yarbrougn and Goodyear in an eloctria typewriter- speed.&B $10 Gift Certificate '

\WESTERN' Mr. and Mrs: ,Harold T ,r- ', ROAD SERVICE; that professional touch On Any '
A Monthly Classes STORELITTLE ; 801 and 100 tttorke4ETAL ease, ;.1967 Graduates :,. :
""1tere temorl'oW-II styUnts brouah and family. Sunday. sea' dID d ttfyCsh! SmUlVCorgria..J
$100j
are trained" MrS Anna Jones arid Mrs. ? .. .. Portable Oxer: :
- WORK I
kCFLSJIONAL CPTICAI Magzy: Oreen of Sanderson "

ELECTRIC MOTORS co..N., DUDE visited Mrsb Mary Freeman '., .
-
Western'Store ,In King Memoriil Hospital) THOMPSONSheet'
Peavy Brothers Pre CTtpuona Filled Thundax.: afternoon. '

Find Friends" of .Cindy:: Carlton Metal Works
Electric Co.: Broken Lenses Duplicated Where You'll Every.
will be glad to team *hatfieLe
ELECTRIC MOTORSSoldServlcedReed Artificial Eyes t.MJt ElIt2W8IUt'For theHorse' i bom- from sing MemorialtXospital. -All Types Metal Work- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHTnVR

Western. Clothing Leatber- '. Heat & Air Cond.

Generators-Starters Eyewear SpsciaJlaU foods Aaddles and Trailers Carl Dobbs visited Air and Systems Installed 1
Alteration
Charles fthaton Petty Mrs. Kowaryj ReirUter and
Armature Rewinding 213 L uraSL_ Jaic. 3J8.5M3 d. 16 E. Ph. 961-5723
a eMt-fl.r 4t g.w..hMMJ4e05541av1Je family in Lake City. Thurs
4044 Lenox: Ave. I
JacLmoaYUla aa1-26U: 1044:& Perk bt. J. JUU-M1S 884-U1 I, 1

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THURSDAY. SEPT. 28. 1967
BRADFORD COUNTY TEUOGRAPH.: HTAItlOB. n..onmA
tIIF.ctt01\l\ I PJu1f VrR

I I DeHi-rlptlcin, vl Property: nuts. In I Ill. County uf Bradford, the hlghimt blhl..r..t. the I U.t. 1DU7.
........... .........I Mrs. T. V. Duck on Thursday School 9:43: Worship 11 am. Tajnpa;' last week. Swindell and: family Satur 4 A: 13 MID nf N Vi of MK' !:'/4 nr suite! <>r Florida.I'nlniiH .. court house door on the firm' I (HEADchuii .
| > A. liiul'N' '
Bennett WUklson. waiin HI). BEC. 19, T-7-S. such certificate or Monday In month of October H .
Mrs. NW lix .
of last week. The and 8 p.m.. M.Y.P 6:30: p.m. 4 : >' ,r
morning Circuit ""
day.Mr. ,
of October
i-rtlflcnt :hall l b" redeemedaccordlnw which IB the 2nd day
president Mrs. Duck presided.! W.S C.B mef at the Chunch Orlando over the weekenc and Mrs. R. O. Zeg'lerwere \ R-32K Name ((2 Acrol) ...... d to law the property 1067. 1ipI!? County Moody.( i"'1' I
her Paul 1;' guests at the home of AAlcxnnJeir.h By M. I n I
LAWTEY after made on 19... visiting: son Clemon described In urh certificatenr IDA? ,
and some plans forlo190T-88 meet- with ten meml.rsrrs.6iG In the hospital.! Another 6on1, I Mr. amd ,Mrs. J. D. Or.lt'flsSU1day. I All of tnM prripnrfy' h..I"w rtlfIfHt-en.. will h.. Hold. to tint."! this ?Hfh 1nv of Au, .."> a ; 41 I "b

By; Enx BlaaetuurdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ings. At the close of the meet- First Baptist: Sunday School; Jerry accompanied her. .

In the hostess served hot i pound 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and I. Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Me- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Battei OPEN EVERY FRIDAY TILL 9

cake and coffee. 8 p.m.. Training Union 7 p.m.. Clellan of Sylvanla. Go. were and ,family were guests at

Lawtey Extension Homemakers Church Artlvltlm The revival meeting began weekend visitors of Mr. and. the home of Mrs. Gunter re-

met at the home of Grace Methodist: Sunday Monday and will close Saturday Mrs. L. M. McClellan and the! cently. I
I evening. Services at 8 p m. young son. who had spent ttu I am very sorry to announce I

each evening. week with his grandparents that. I will no lonse

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I Church of God: Sunday returned with them. be able to write the\ new I

School 10 a.m. Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. Loft'on Heath column Ibr'Theressa. T would headln9 WEST for

I a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Y.P.E. Wednesday of Savannah spent last week like to thank all of you wonderful I

STARKE PHONE 961.6200 7:30: Prayer service','. with his brother-in-law arc people for all the cooperation OL9.F ASIIIONJEDBARGAJINS2

HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Friday 7:30: p.m. sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. DDobba. and corulderatloi I i
KEYSTONE I Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alvin you have given me. I hpprec-

11 burden of Galnenvllle' wire kited it more than you willi
Rental Services School 0:43: Worship a.m
I visitors.Mr. ever know. I would AJllectaUlike :
Saturday
and 7:39: p.m.. Choir practice
CHAIRS 8:30: ( p.m.. Prayer (services and Mra. Ernest Rauler to thank Rev. and Mrs: .,..
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL .
Merle L. Packham and Mr!
I Wednesday 7:30: p.m. son visited her brother Cliff ore
CRUTCHES Friends of John T. (Runt) Cannon who I la In Tropicana P. C. M1\JbI'Y.\ tor all the time A4rA .

I Reddish were saddened !>y hid. Rest Home In Jacksonville on patience, and effort they sol $ /
Thank yoivery I
death Saturday, Sept. 23. Sympathy Sunday.Mr. willingly gave me.

la extended, to each and Mrs. L. C. Milliard much. w

I I member of file family. attended the funeral of Mm, Starting next week Chary / .

INSTANT HOUSINGNEW I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko and Rosa McStevena in Macclen- Ortttls.. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Oriffla will tx
grandson Kenny Phillips were ny on Sunday. ,.:",- .to-
visiting Mrs. Dorko's brother I II Mrs. Willie Dobbs was In writing the news column for
12 WIDES I Theressa. I am sure tha:
I and slster-ln-law, Mr. and Jacksonville on business on WESfI
this everything
FROM $3,299 UP Mrs. Ernest Wells and sons In Monday. Cheryl she will give possible ran tc

Huntsvllle, Ala. during the
/vv..vvvvvvv..n.... make this a better column. 1 I

Reconditioned 8 &10 Wide I week.Mr. and Mrs H. W. Bennett hope that Cheryl will have ;

( 1 2 and 3 Bedroom ModelsALL JoeV and Nancy and Mrs Hat- all the cooperation you have wW f

tie Darley and Miss Sina Pres- THERESSABy do given a wonderful me. I am sure Job.) !She! cash & carry

AGES ALL PRICES cott were Sunday dinner
I guests of the John Bennett. Linda Crawford If any: of you have any I
BUILDING II
p-inted
like I
Bob Dodson SEE{ [[ Bruce MartinFOR family Thursday at State visitors Farm.of Mr. and &AAAAA4AAA AAAAAAAAA news please you call would Cheryl at 473-4443 [ II

before Monday.: I am positive
Mrs. Perce- Crews were their HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I
THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR son and dnughter-in-law. Mr. Revival services will be she would< appreciate it. I MATERIALS

Thank you. ._
RECONDITIONED and Mrs. William .Crews Wil- continuing through Sunday

liam Crews Jr. and Laur,* of Oct. 1. The Evangelist Billy! Adjustable railing ada sarety, beauty and value

Jacksonville and Mr. Crews'brotherinlaw ; Kelly will conduct the serv !. .The O....r J..il.V. Mobile HomeLOW and sister Mr. Ices, which will be startingat And Vor Bwidfor Ctm..rFlorida. .
of 1m Probal.. ft.. ADJUSTABLE WROUGHT IRONS
and Mr W. H. Richardson 7:30: p. m. nightly. Everyone NELLJEFLOYD
of
IN RE KJitnt
Orange Park. Is Invited. FANCHBH, Deceased
DOWN PAYMENT Miss Elizabeth Terry .,.cnt Sunday School 10:00: a. NOTICE OP PROBATE
to Friday In Gainesville To All Pdrxnns interested In CTION $3 tiS
11
Worship.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS LESS THAN .RENT Tuesday m.; Morning a. The E'UtI'Of, Said D".d..n'IYo. : 4* FT.
visiting Mrs. C. IS. Strick m.; Training Union 6:30: ( p. .. are hereby. notified that iI1

land. m.; Evening Worship 7:45: ; a written Instrument purport-
FREE DELIVERY and SET UP In* to> be the Last. Will and y
H E. Priest Wednesday night Prayer decedent.
Mr and Mrs. Testament of mid $59If' $
and Lamar spent Sunday with Service 7:30: p. You are hereby
I in.this.Cogpt.>
choir practice afterwards.Rev. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris In command. wltKlh eta (.l calendar

MUSTANG Hlnesvllle) Ga. and Mrs. J. C. Hesters month. from the date thl.of .. '*" ... *" ..* "*.e-.eECl .,..
ot "
Mrs. Gene Bennett and Day and. children. Brenda Steve the Ilrat publication In thin Court \ .... a4 ",
I notice to appear
: id and Miss Virginia Gaston anal Darlene of Fernandlna and show cause, If .any you WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF WROUGHT IRON e.1 ..er:7S

MOBILE HOMESINC. of Jacksonville were Sunday Beach, were overnight guests can why In.admlttlnr the action.ald of Willto this !All 1- RAILING YOU MAY ORDER THIS SET OF *'
Court
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. probate. should not stand FOUR TOP QUALITYGARDEN la" _
G. L. Crawford and family unrevokrd.

''I Wllklson Mr. and Jr. Mrs. Robert Me.I Saturday night and Sunday. Tb County ron A.JudgeS1CAU Yawn. "... TOOt: >-- ,. .


U.S. IIwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797 I Clellan Marvin were visiting Futch and Mr.their and dell Mr.and and family Mrs. Walter and Cathy Swin ( /14 4, 10/5 FFfl foR ,__ &0 ti4 c If-

Lake City Florida : Mrs. Sellers visited Mr J. H. Swin O ONLY fIIfIISe. / treats ....sue:! ....
.:1 new daughter In Jacksonville. .. The Ctrrolt Ceart Of
dell In the St. Vincents Hospital .
Judicial ('0."'
I Charles Shuford visfed! his .Florida, FUrhtfc *. Display In Slot
.
Headquarters For Instant Housing Dr. Sunday afternoon.. .. A.. For liredford Conmtr.Cmmr for Campl.M D.lall.
son-in-law and daughter. no. IMFKANCia
I and Mrs. John Wright InI Kirby Swindell of I' : It HATHAWAY
dslted Mr. and Mrs. Fala.tka// and fet-IZABETH K. HATHAWAY
Wife. Plaintiffs. ve.
hue .
__:&'-:, =",: :s:r =1g):.: ...-. ----u saBypfi aiffg.H_ --- aT g' Lii.gBa.s.5.: :::: .... .. JANIE. HAMPTON; : a, WldOW.dAf"nd..nt. I. ,. :. ., /._'" '.',i4; ADD BEAUTY, VALUE AND
.
SUIT TO FORB LONE ARTI- .. ;.{ ..f t : '\ r "A { ,.. 1 l"f'., :; ,> QUIETTO YOU IIO.ME
CLiES: OF AORE10MENTTO ,, I IM
+
I DIRECTORY HAMPSON; ..alert _._ 4 ., > ,
AREA BUSINESS Address! JANIB unknown > ( '":- -: {' > ; ;, ,, SUSPENDED

8AMPBOX: are I "i. }
You JANIK; f ,/ ," > ) :: ,::
h",r..by notified that. a oom- ..' t.o f '
plaint 'to foreolene certain .. 1: ': -
Artlclee! of Agreement on the :> "d'. .ZEILING
Office Equipment following described prbperty, ; .
_.. 'J" .
Industrial LADIES WEAR '{- '
AUTO SALVAGE Farm and to-wit: :: \

Hancock Office (m LuteJ> of i US.63,,41.Baat J>2 ane-lialf., Rail one-half(JA;) of \. .. .. i 1''" ..

Equipment 10, Inta 81, tt Wondlawn. Seo- .
Cherry'sGainesville' EquipmentSmithCoronaAuhorteed Ion SI, 5, 22, aacordlnn to map
BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILI of_Woodluwn-. mapped and
and Shown In Public TIFFANY
platted _
,
Santa Fe Tractor, Most FashlonablAddrese Reoord of Bradford. County] ,
For 'Ladles Dealer fl'jrlJa. and containingsixty. WHITE :
Inc.8ALX (((80)(\ arres. more. or Jsss. To In- sea
Inc. DRESSES-SUITS-COATS I ,,l.de' one ., .1.rac\Or !*"* .lawn I i
a SERVICE MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES Curry-Victor-TotHlAdding cower noW< loCHUd, ',,il e..lel/. | : I'T.
Machine CalculatorsSALESSERVICERENTALS remlaea.
FORDFarm haD been filed, aKnliiHt. you.< a
FIne Selection of tT.ed OunOo + I, .ind you are required. * GainertfMEN'S
7 W. University
.
of answer or
i uony yuur
Takea OadlllM Trade Tractor & Implement .
pleading tn. II.)..* utMiiplutnt t>nhe
SAVE TIME Discos jvm PUIntirra i attorney, Ralph
1001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Ford Industrial Equipment WEAR' 1 L. Tnoniav 071: Klngnleyvvenilo. \

PHONE S7S-5801 requirement with mm first. orange Park Florida t CEILING' \ LECOTT

USED EQUIPMENT: L & L Men's Shop 028 N. Main St. GalncwvUIe ewer IU071, or and ptrndltiv file. the In "the- office :
''
BALES PART SERVICE! Phone aT8- Ml of the Clerk of the Circuit
Flonhelm Shoes Court on or before the Ind S
CRANELlNpoLNMERCUKY I Q4
,lay of October 1UH7 If youall
9
PICK UP A DELIVERY to do ao, judgment by de wmreCOOI :
PAINT & GLASS F T.
Suit
Peso Plums ault. will be taken a\lnl"t, 1 J
4488 NW. Sixth GainNV11le< yoU for the relief demanded In
I Ladle Sport. WearS Liddell Paint & he complaint. I
4uthoriaed Sjdc. A Sorrfc ll I
: Phone 37 -2MS This notice than be publl -
n.-n.SIII\iG: : : BREEZES:
Arrow Dress) Shirt ..d on.'. a week for four (4)( ) ,
e Telegrapi.> 1OO% PURE
pboiM 372-4251 Jradford County '
IS W. tTalvenltGmtnecvUU Done And Ordered at stark. 30IIVCIIATTIC ; 4r
GARDEN SUPPLIES KTANIZE PAINTSalas.Mirror. 'lorida> thin lei day of 1:1..1': '

Crane's Imports Sliding Door ember, 1951.CI4AItlt. FAN .'
:$ A. DARBY
MOBILE HOMESMUSTANG Tub Enclosures-Shower Door* Clerk of the Circuit Court VINYL
Volv (MereedBeDB) Johnson&Paris, Inc -W indows-Aweing-Carpet- iradford County FloridaBy FLOOR I IN c.,
lleulnh M. Moody $4395I!'
paper-Storefront : ;
nAT-1JILl.M..Ul Deputy Clerk onv ,.
of Coiunltatknu Theme
Complete Line Ralph I*

8201 N Main OatnejvlU( 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.!! RALPH L. THOMAS. w .
Attorney for Plaintiff
Phone 373-4378 SEEDSPLANTSIaeeoUcJderPet Mobile Homes Inc. GAINESVILLE 87l e1Y04RWIADOWSWITRCAIVONCRAET
871 Rlngeley Park Avenueirange Florida. 38073 ADO A DECOR.%TORH! TOUCH: TO r

SuppliedFERTUXUUtS OaJaeevUle's DUcorat Mobile t/1 4t /SNotlre ; 1 r

Beauty Academy Dome sake lot. SEWING MACHINES 3
Ot A.plteatlsa For Tea > INTERIOR
Purchase' discount on cods Doriare.

'We Rent Fertlllxer Spreaders' chain guarantee huge saving. 1M.1K.. f. .. SHUTTERS
POWELL'S National Sewing Notice. I* Hereby (niven that
224 N.W. SOI Ave. NEW MOON CAPEIXAPAPEMAKEB MR. T. J. ALDERMAN the.
holder of the following certlflcatee !!!!
LOW
hal filed said certlflcatea /AS cAS
Machine Co. Inc. 9
Beauty AcademyLearn PRONE S78-O47
ifor a tax. deed'. to be lea .. EACH
Used Mobil Home Low sued thereon. The certificate
a Profession In Your Galneevlll, Fte. Priced. With approved] credit New Home Pfaff. Neleo.! number and yeara pf. la...u..
Spare Ttma. Full or Part Time Universal Sawing Machine anus. the description of the
low .. $100 down. property, and the names In
Sale & Service which It wue ........d .are a.folio" I
DAY EVENING CLASSES GLASSGAINESVILLE 4820 N.W. 18th at. 441 North Nearly New Unit $5 monthl] '.::
Certificate' No ITt Year of s
Low Tuition Term OaJmsvul 378-1344 Term Available laetiancn 1965De.crlptlon 43 I
Budget .
COM"
of Property t
219 N.W. 10th Ave.
CALL COLLECT at a PT on W Bide of R/W OH LOCATIONS
QablenIlJe S78-:$76a ell W. Un v'ertdty' OaIaMYIDe N Line of DEC 3 *, Run S on .r
i 878-1955 R/W 95 Yd., W SB yd". N iF
I to SEe Line then E, on SEC I FOB THOSE WHO F.WJOV THE FINEST:
WEST
INC. Na1CSNANEw
GLASS CO. P
MOVERS line to B5Q. 85Q;: ,I.. Tt7S.it; ANNIVERSARY
*. < ;
CONCRETE PRODUCTS 13-ra .
TILES & PAINT Name. In which aaieaed A. HOURS ::amt ae !
STORE : rsru.
"EVJlKYTlDNO: XN OtA8S"Store I H. KelB.y l NCe ran ft'j ..... fie n aAs
Lone; Distance Uovtna I TILE All of aid prop.rty.belnw In Mon.-Frl.. 7:305:30Sat. : : euAa.Ty a.w tee
INSIST THAT ALL. YOUR Front > Mirror FUNTKOTS the County of Bradford Utat .. 7:30-4:00: : 1 2
Local Dray&f Vinyl-Vtayl Asbestos Asphalt of Florida WALDO RD.
3330 N.
CXXVCRETB PRODUCTS Window Sliding GUbM Storage PaddngFkattng, ( Floor Finishing ProdudtaCARPET certificates Unique.. such ahall certificate be redeemetaccordlna or GAINESVILLE LIFETIME GUARANTEE

FREESEST1MA1 to law the property
ABB THE BEST FROM Door Tub :Enclosnre* fa CALLHILL'S de.oriheS'Id. '' aiich certificate: PHONE 376-2601

WALLPAPEBTenneyTile or eerttrloatoi will be sold to Ocala 1224 8. Orange Ave. .
Edward's 8038 N. B. Waldo ... the highest bidder at the court _L_..,._ ie1Ax arra.lasvvnn' __...I.YA.! .N..
Building MOVING houie door 'on the fine Monday 629-7987 .
.Atsa aamnfra.TraAnw
G.ineevWs 879Z084IRON & Paint In month of October. 19(17, Orlando ISOV.. Michigan .sa-'Te7aeaal..faa
Supply, Inc. & Storage, Inc. which. l I..the 2nd'day'of Octo Ave.-241-SIH INSULATE ***e*alOMl.It-'T.n.
ber.- 1967.friEAL
2222 N.W. 6th St. Tampa S306 N. 56th St.-
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I ORNAMENTAL 372-4371 of the Circuit Court of
FtA. ... Bradford County. Florida >n>Ule 1143 HtrineaSt.
By Benlah M. Moody, D. C. .-3330671Jacksonville FIBERGLAS IIEATEnS
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ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Ornamental Iron House of Travel, Netlro' Of Ap*Deed II<..<|.. Tor. T... wood Ave.-388-0575 varwt.Anslassatav.Pensacola "

Steel Stairs *... '....1.. F. fl.Notlre 100 East Blount es..t. $425 s.'A'- $4097
Lipham Music Co. INC. I. Hereby Given that .. aacawaicTrIa
MR. T.r.: ALDERMAN; the 438-0373 to .a.--
Fabrication A Erection: ot ."
holder of the followingeertl. ran,. 5363MI011 I
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Motor Repair Co. Light Structural Steel 372-S3A8 catea. for a lax deed to be !.- IS41..f
sued thereon. The certificate,
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1967
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67 Assessmentsaid
ty's 170-odd school teachers -

are expected to be at

their desks Sunday, Oct.

1, from 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. + Makes

J. for an FEA sponsored

J.i Crisis Sunday. % r
i The two-hour session Sun 1
day Is called to give the publica Gtl Partial l
chance to talk over the +
: state's education problemswith

.. the teachers of their .N

-. children. Apparently all school PaymentsA
principals In the county are r
permitting their schools to be s t '.

I ,. opened Sunday during the designated L ? 4 second timber suit

hours, according to M,1 protesting the 1967 tax
Bradford Education Ansocla- assessments of Bradford .
tion President Richard Jock J.
Tax Assessor Gene Long :
himself principal of Bradford
Middle School (grades 7 & 81.) was filed Wednesday .
According to a FEA bulletin) morning in Circuit Court

sent to teachers Monday: by Container Corp. of

"The Classroom Teachers America."The .
of FEA with the
Department ,
cooperation of other FEA de- __ ... "'.U", :WIt same" thing d an)!
over again was Long's com-
partmenlb (principals and wan Junt .a IS vote margin and both loser Ewell Lawson, ment when he read the five

superintendents. ), has declared left, and winner Gerald William strain to see,,which way Its page complaint filed ,by Attorney
Sunday Oct. I, as Crisis SundRY going an Albert Footer tallies up the count Tuesday night Edward McCarthy of
CTD Is BIlking that each
........ >-U teacher be In his classroom In the Group 4 council race. Oalnesvllle Sun Reporter Sam the Jacksonville firm of McCarthy -
... IW I ..__.... t-A-j\\" from 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. and to McGarvey In .th -spot too.WILLIAMS Adams, and Foote. A
trial in January In
four-day
1 ProgreHM, on wrecking the old portion of the city power foreground In going with the old building. discuss factually the conditions
which Container and four other
.t plant went fll4lt i thin. week as the part' of'.the: plant erected Supt Oscar Davis. .nays he doe'I' 't even like to go near the which exist in his room, his timber firms protested their

I around, the turn of the century disappeared.almottt. a* If In site where he ha* to look at the engine being dismantled school, Ills county, and the NOLIN 1965 assessments resulted In

1 a loud. of clutiU. The 750 KW FaJrlMt.nk l-Morrhi turbine In and' the general mss Ihnlx. |praised the Big Chief WreckIng conditions state' with the emphasis by the on a dismissal of the protest indecision >

f the rewr of the photo U. to be kept an a stand-by emergency (;0. for UM. fast work, however. state's failure produced to- meet its responsibility a handed down b:#

I generator. But the engine with Its pistons showing In theExpansion to the children and WIN CITY POSTSA Circuit Judge John A. H.. '
Murphree in July. ,;
the schools.

II Program Some information teachersare Is vote margin nailed down the Group 4 City 1967 Assessor values Long'are Identical 1965 and Heays.
likely to tell parents :
Council seat for Gerald Williams and educator
':'At the beginning of the young But Container Is appeal
1063-66 school year there were P. T. Nolin won the one-year Group 5 seat by 55. ing the decision on the'63

3,848 students enrolled in votes in Tuesday's run-off election. taxes and Wednesday paid

11 Power Plant Work! Beqins. grades one through 12 in Close to 50 per cent of the city's registered voters 921.914 for 1067 taxes and
filed the In of the
i Bradford County. This represents the exact count wag 1,168 turned out for .second primary suit protest !
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'. -.-oa.,. -." .,..'c" -w.,., ....... ..n' Increase :of 11.C6 percent campaign vote a, good number according to under the county',*" pre.en'
during .
'' In student population most_ __ rjoliticans for'se__ __ ___ond_ primary .with.. ._ two_ races.. values. -
this week The KW .n n n 0"
1 Wrecking crews new 1,730 turbine Co. In the firm to which the 'rom the railroad siding here the .ten-year period from
have almost completely demolished will be positioned In what is wrecking has been sub-let. and setting It up in die new 1B55 to( 196 Wllllams, an Independent Container' new suit. Uhf
the old portion of the now the space bel'ween the The City borrowed $030,000 addition will be part of the Dunn the first month of Telephone Co. employee, polled tween Noegel and Councilman the the first, names as 'din
city power plant, erected shortly old and new parts of the to purchase tho new turbine building contract. school last year Florida had 680 votes to Laiw on'., a former Nell Tucker drew 1,103 voters.A fendanta Tax Collector 1. It.

after the. turn of the century plant. The addition will extend :- and to construct the addition Demand on the power plant 84,300 students In excess of councilman, 667. No votes total of 48 absentee ballots Kelly Assessor Long, and
I as work begins on Installing 48 feet toward Church to the plant? needed to houau has reached near capacity In classroom capacity. in ,that race totaled 21. were cast and counted la State Comptroller Fred O
a new 1,750 kilowatt? tur- Street and will be large enoughto It. Contract for the engine wad the past several months. In -Bradford's share of the Nolan got the biggest vote; with Tuesday's' votes. Dickinson.The .
bine and necessary remodeling eventually house two of the let several months ago for July the demand hit a highof Minimum Foundation'! Programwas In the election, polling 606 new complaint asks the
I to house It. 1,750 KW A veteran 1''I"lI" ...iIInHoUn court to determine the' ( t
s t big engines. about $250,000 and a $35,000 4,000 KW several tlmei. slashed' 220,051 for the votes to 651 for the amouf
Demolition the building parking arear will be paved switchgear has also' been pur Sustained peak capacity for current biennium. The estimated city politician W. H. (>Billy) of tax legally due by Con.
1 should be completed in 30 facing Church Street. chased. the plant Is now 4,230: KW, total cut for 1967-60 for Noegel, a car dealer. Nolln Is 4 1 1 tainer" for the year 1937 oj\

days. Contract The engine is due to arrivein although a peak capacity, of grades K through 12 In Bradford a retired Starke Elementary 4 the 84,086 acres owned by
to demolish the old
The cant wing of the plant November and Is scheduled 5,720 could be maintained for County is a crippling School principal. OCA. It asks further that the
which house. the five maiD structure and erect the addition to be in operation. next: April. short periods, up to several $246,747.If As usual), City Clerk Merrill u tax collector be enjoined from
turbine. and was erected In went to Indian River Construction Hauling the huge turbine hours. Bradford taxpayer are Edwards was very close in his collecting '67 taxes in excessof
1037 will remain as It 18, of Jacksonville for forced to produce these funds prediction of the voter turnout rn sii the amount found due by
Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis 235200.Big Chief WreckingIn largely vetoed by Coy Claude Edwards had predicted the Court, and asks \ha| '67

says. Riot Control Kirk It 'will mean that local 1,150, ;just 18 votes off. He taxes dug, be calculated. upon
taxes will bav to go up'about 'baaed his guess on the fact an assessed valuation, having
Court three mills per year. that the run-off last year ,be. the same ratio() to( Just "valuoas
County other property In' the

county.In .
At Merchants RequestOneWay Group 5 his complaint McCarthynotes

4 Draw Little street talk precededthe that In Bradford County"
Teenagers
truck croplands are assessed
vote Tuesday and no politician
I had any Idea where he at $100 per acre, field crop

Study stood before the votes, were lands at $80, and open rangeat .
Contributing FinesFour counted. Both races ran true $60, and pecan groves at
1 tr M" tQl lf to the predictions that they $150. The Just? value' per
gr.
k n, ; would be close, although Wil acre of such lands exceeds'
Bradford County teen-agers were sentencedto Set For Call St. liams'' '13 vote margin surprised the just value per ''acre of pine!

fines of $25 or five, days' In jail after pleading the crowd watching the timberland several times, the

I guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor Thirteen merchants and businessmen' have agreedto votes being counted Tuesday plaint.attorney Assessor states In, the 'com has
Long ,
j i before (County Judge T. A. Yawn In Plea njght.
;. Day proceedings ask the State Road Department to conduct a studyof like 1965. assessed pine land

I' nThhargo Tuesday; one-way traffic and angle parking on Call Street. at $100 per acre and ,non-pine
1 stem from the tenced Tuesday were Oral or swamp land at 930.;' an
last Thursdaymorning.
arrest of 15 student? arrested, T l7; Gall Boat' Meeting of about $78 acre,
nper. Lawtey; average per
the 13
sept. 21, Tuesday that the SRD
in after
February cutting'claime wHght Id Faulkner The complaint states Chat
; Carolyn ,
businessmen adopted the recommendation has agreed to make a survey
at Bradford High 17 and Ronnie Container filed
Newman, 18. written proWit,
of the Down- In cooperation with the city.

several School and places holding during parties school at 'The arrests were made as a .........,..-.. _, ___".." .... :..t ..ot.LII'.o. ..... town Study Committee of the The ORB however, will con U of the 1967 valuations, but 'did.
result of a party at the Boy Committee not appear before the Bradford :
Retail Merchants' alder making Call Street one-
hours. The four students' BeDi -. Scout Camp on Sampson Lake Riot control$ was the topic of lawt weekend' training for Board of Equalization
i of the Chamber of Commerce 'way only If another street
''When 14 students were ar-' the local National fiiiard Co. U l nn tha'trooper* broke; up Into parallel to It Is also made further protest? because "such
Y'ALL COME rested.: Juvenile'' hearings 'Involving "hurt ehuulaled'vartare. In appearances would have beena
guys" arid od guy' for / ( (the Rep. Oene Shaw a Starke one-way In the opposite di
five BHS' students allIS senseless waste of time*anilmoney"
photo abuse>> the/ .no-culled rioter wade through a smoke attorney, made the most determined rection. The SRD will con-
Calf Scramble at the time, disclosed testimony since the 1967 assessment .
bomb 'thrown'by troop'' attempting. to stop ''their advance. pitch for more sider street only In pairs
of numerous parties and William complained of Is sub-
6:00: P.M. school skipping session dur- The .smoke won used to simulate ga, according to the company !parking spaces on Call Novak told. the group lastThursday. Group .4 Htantlallly/ the same as 1095
t Street. He noted there are
ing the last school term. commander, Curpt. Richard Jockel. and 1966.,
Sponsored by CoCCBarBQ 172 parking spaces in the No time was Indicated. Kowlll This vote could be Interpreted
Sentence had been withheld ._ ..._ The Board of Equalization
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Starke Plaza and conduct Its pair-study as a continuation of
on these four teenagers since arbitrarily and Illegally:)" refusedto
Cau Stret between Temple will condunst Its pairstudy.Not the trend for new faces behind
February when one youth grant .the plaintiffs any relief
5:00: P.M i pleaded not guilty. He was parking along Can Street. all businessmen present the council table. Other than from 1967 assessments following
placed on the trial" docket and The Idea Tor one-way traffic Thursday favored the veteran Orle Wiggins the city the written protest the
Horse Show sentences on others withheld; on Call to alloy angle one way Idea, but none opposed now has an Inexperienced complaint state and Lbs
parking and Increase the It. "I don't like one board. Councilman Jimmy Mc-
Bradford Roping Club the youth later changed his assessment toll was Illegally]
plea to guilty and was sentenced. spaces Is one way the Down- (way streets, but If that's Rae, reelected this time with- certified by the Board of
Next ,town Study Commutes come 'what the merchants want," out opposition Is next, In line County Convmlaiiloncrs on. Aur:
Saturday ys r 0 up with: to solve the p'ObIem. Sen. Charley Johns told the with two year's on the council. 2.
OCT. 7 A Lawtey youth, Larry The alternative. which; has [group. Others felt that Nell Tucker, who beat Noegel Container believes the 38.053
Wayne King, 19, was sentencedto been previously discussed but downtown business Is not by 39 votes In his famous'bi of land -
to be''worth
At acres
Fairgrounds a
10 In. for
(* days jail speedingIn Tues- no move made to imp:ement; suffering and simply took no cycle campaign, Is just com Just value of 91.384,240 rather I

Plea Day proceedings It, la to provide off-street Interest in the. proposal. pleting his first year. than the 1967. .assessors. value

This Space Contributed day.King barking! along Call Street.t Both Noegel and Lawson of 92,894.600. ,.
Weekly to Publicize was charged with trav.cling Mr e Chamber of Commerce: Sec. Conner Guest are veteran city politicians and Assessor Long was not. sufficiently .
at 100-plus mph on U.S. Pete Novak told the group have been beaten In their last acquainted] with Container
Community Events by 301 a few miles south of Law that "shoppers may tw moreaware Will Attend two bids for recs.:. ;tlon.. Tucker lands to make 4-<
tey on Sept. 9 by FHP Trooper / of the [parking! prob- beat Noegel In 1964 and ,valid assessment the complaint -
The CommunityState Calf Scramble
W. E. Sundberg Jr. lem than the retailer." newcomer NoUn turned the further states and Lang.
In other the .i10 t
actions Judge:
Bank "I trick again Tuesday. Lawsonran failed to' make
like Shaw's ideas Mayor Important guests af the a personal inspection
Set for trial the following
..... Carl Hurst commented. Chamber of Commerce Calf unsuccessfully for the of the lands as required .
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Accounts now Insured but he aid something needsto Scramble next Saturday Oct. police chief's post In 196S by law. ? .s
Harold Manning, speeding, and A Platoon goes through the gas they have thrown be done on Walnut Street 7, will be Commissioner of against Chief Bill Rosser and The arbitrary and discriminatory
to $15,000 by Leonard Griffls, petty larceny.
up Dote gas. masks as ,they dispel rioters. too. The mayor also noted Agriculture Doyle Conner and then was defeated' Tuesday by assessments of plaint
+Agreed to relquest for a
( a
Federal Deposit Insurance preliminary- hearing by Shed- (C'Hy: Pollee observed' the action Sunday afternoon along that it has to be determined his guest, the commissioner of 13 votes. Iffs' lands were not the resultof

Corp. rick Davis, who is charged with MayorCari Hunt. The policemen added to the reudlty which would way flow.Chamber the. one-way traffic Hawaii agriculture Dr.of Kenneth the State OtagakL of It could be said. that Starke or judgment an honest by mistake defendant or error Tax

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i Construction of a sewer was, also .discussed.. the.
1 a qr ; nP P f line to the new Bradford- 'special) meeting Thursday.The .
GLADYS MOOTY
Union VocationalTechnicalCenter let the
Board decided to

Phone 964-7603___ ::1 ,1.1 on the old Conway various principals decide: I
Airport from Pratt Streetwas whether it will be the best

:Mrs. Evelena Thomas of Mrs. V. J. Spensler attended I started Monday by the'I'Ity Interest! of his school to have.
(Jrooker is vlaiting her eon the Gateway Cou.icll Girl Utility Department it 'open 8'1 requested th!'
ind daughter-in-law. Mr. Scout board meeting !iri Jacksonville N 4 / Alter months of .: gotlation FEA anij1' Bradford Education
- .week and Mrs. Wayne Kinney I rt" 1 beet was! reached at A special In other action taken
Charles Mlehlke of Inter- have moved from Jacksonville School Board meeting last Thursday the Board:
tachcn is a patientIn the to Oalnesvlllj: where '. Thursday[ afternoon when 'Moved' to( eliminate the
Starke NuraUig Home. Mr. .Klnney is attending the i the school officialsauthorteed' -hn_rd of students h,v1n ttr'
Mrs John W. Grrifln of University of Florida the ,iMty to go ahead on the cross four-laned U. S. 301
:Dchlochnee.: Oa. 18'Isltlng Misses Elizabeth unwson understanding the school after getting off a school bus

(tier mother Mrs. F. F. and Mary Deley of West I| Board would pay the coat and by authorizing an additionalbus : I _. ,..........,..---__ n _
:Stump for several days."Mrs. Palm Beach were visiting I I tot I; It; would not exceed $3.- so both, lanes of the road1can l l Injury whil" their
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R. L. Steffennan of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson,I 600. be covered. Letha Grlffis ,\n Orlando c' ul>Ie | Ave.
Petersburg Va. was visiting over the weekend. >{ I The special School Board was appointed driver of the abovr. was hit ut the corner of Temple

Her mother Mrs. Merritt Mrs. Eldon Mathews and'L meeting' was a brief cession bus. SI. Turwlay. vOnC"WRII"I I
Williams in Baptist Memorial son, Bo and Mrs. Vernon I j I held prior to the Board's inspection -Approved the employ
: Hospital the first of .last Smucker spent the weekend' I of the newly com- ment of an additional teacher Couple Escapes In
.,week Mrs. William, who in Cordele and Macon. Oa. plated circular school at at both Lawtey Junior
underwent surgery while in Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cook | Brooker. High> and Hampton Elemen- '-'
the hospital returned homo and daughter of Pen Van. N |I Sewer line to the voc-tech tary on units earned'!!':!'' by Increased An Orlando couple! escaped son. knocked
The VW was around ;
last Thursday. Y. were last Tuesday and school now under construction enrollments. I I Injury Tuesday morning whena
: Mr and Mrs. J. W. Timmerman Wednesday visitors of Mr Ilr .. .. ..3 _. .u ,. i has been held up bet-aj.se the -Approved the following|1 1963 Oldsmobile driven by and I Its rear end struck: a (f
and Mrs. Cnarlie! and Mrs. W. It. Grainun and city and school officials could teacher appointments: Lydia I John B. Dye 08. of KIngsley I I' State Road Department" sign

Wiggins and daughter .of Mr. and ;Irs. O. J. McOriffl I I .. r Y4eY j not agree on the costs: In Forbes countywide speech. Lake turned left Info their'at the northeast corner of
1 \ \ and 301 at
r. Jimmy
Stockton, Oa. were Wednesday Jr. 1 Y + r volved. Eleanor Brown. Owen :Moxley! 1963 Volkswagen at the Int..rsecllon | Madison
luncheon guests cf Mr, Mrs.<< Marc Jacks in and i 1 wrr F School 8upt. Tom Casey and Mabel Green Southsldo of US-301 and Madison i Moore's Gulf Service Station.
Jand Mrs L. D. Vining daughter were visiting 1 1kl said Monday the new vo-tech Elementary; William Grant Street. The Crowfords. were headuj

Mr and. Mrs. R. V. .Alvarez parents,\ MI' and MM. H I I school is scheduled to be completed band director at RJ33: High Dye was charged with failure north on 301. The accident occurred -
hel'l' J in about a month. assistant at Brad- at 9:40: Tuesday morn.
street band
of 111 E. Washington Smith. in Wiiilston ever ,' h and to have his vehicle under
Gainesville\ F ) The Florida Education As High and Chris Snyder' ing. I
iire moving to weekend. T ford : control and causing an accident ; i
today.. where theh son Ben Dowling of Jacksonville -,, sociation's called "Crisis! Sunday mathematics at Bradford He Was turning left from !, Dyiw lined $6.50' court '
'James, is employed. U visiting his sister.Mrs. ," set for this Punday High. Madison onto the four-laned costs ini Mayor's Court Tues
: admitted to Bradford -: Oct, 1, from 2:30.4: p. r.i. ,
Those W. E. Middleton the Supt. Casey the school system -; US-301 when ho crashed! Into ,day night.
"' County IIosptal: this first vof, the week. : t. r 4 I still is searching for a' the side of tho VW driven by Bout
:Week Include: Mrs. Dorothy I Dr. and Mrs O. L. Haynes science instructor at Brati-: | Mrs. Karen Sue Crawford of !:!.ajuslal.le Vinyl
Bagwell. Mrs. F'rede Spcer. Jr. were guests of Dr. and and harden your ornamentals ford High and an elementary Orlando, according to City Cover. All irt/es. 30 sots .a-

Charles Davidson. Wayne Mrs. Josh Davis at Cedar, so they won't succumb teacher at Lawtey Junior City Patrolman. C. C. Hutche- at The TeleKr "hBaldwin ,
.Simmons. and Mrs. Carrie I Keys over the weekendMr. during the first cold snap. High. I''
Rdwards. all .of .Starke: Jam- and Mrs C. L. Cooper Start the process now as .It I'I '

J-s Schwa ,tzwald and Mrs. took their 1I'1'3111dauahtera.UI'Sula :! .'I 1+ r p' Yoh v'' may take two months to do I, ------
.r&uth: Shookey of Keystone and Lisa Cooper, back 1 r i' Ir. the job. Also remember that

:Heights: Mrs. Mattie Barry home in Savannah. Oa. last I; dI' Y5 4, even frost-hardy shrubs can Oldsmobile
at Brooker; James 'Jranger Thursday; night and spent. be killed If they are full of 1 Chevrolet I
/cf Waldo: .Jim .Newsom of the night with SSfrt.'' and ( tender shoots.

'.awtey. and Mrs. Fainle 01- Mrs. Robert L. Cooper. The Last winter was an outstanding ,
son 'ot Lake Geneva. children had '
Cooper spent when :
Mr, and! Mrs. Ole t.aurltsen two week. with their grandparents cold-hardy example hedge plants! many were" Sincerely thanks the people of Bradford, Union and
of'Edison.! J., are-apehding I'
killed because they were full
severalmonths! with their Misses Bonnie and Janle I Premiere Showingof
the
,1 { yylsi 1 tender during a frees*!. Clay Counties for attending
')ln-law and-daughter.\ / .Mr. Orlffls visited1 Mr. and Mrs. 1 '
.Mrs.E.iO>.-Patz while 1 1Ir Ice likes to form In tender
r ja 'Tommy :Orlffis In K--yston. 1 To
and'Oldsmobile Cars.
o njrttldng plans to move to Heights' on Sunday.Mr. > '.R watery stems. The tiny sharp the 1968 Chevrolet ;
Qutl1; Florida. .. and Mrs. Harold Bran-, Ice crystals punct-iro cell! ,, I
Mr and Mrs. George ham were visiting Mr. and I walls and spell doom to those who were unable to attend, we extend you an

Jlmnmer and family of Al- Mrs. S. ''E. Branham in Pa- plants. ,II
rr my; Oa. were ,Saturday( vis- latka on Sunday. The first step in hardening Open Invitation to come when convenient. You'll
fors of Mr. 'and Mrs. -VV- -.E.f1W:1mer. Mr. and Mrs DonaU Cooper tender shoots Is to cut out

: ): and son of Cocoa were Green Thumbs At BrookerSeventh rich foods like nitrogen. Better find all the New Models of the Chevrolet and Olds-
Mr. and .Mrs.-'Vernon Red- Sunday 'Visitors of Mr. and yet, stop feeding the
2Jish and Mr. .andMrs.: Mani'U Mrs. ''C' .' L. Cooper. plants entirely. If you are the
.Ayers spent: Sunday -at Mrs Eugene Tanner and and, eighth; grade. students In Brooker. Junior High's ornamental liortlrultiirpMrlavii I average gardener you have mobile on Display.

'odar: Keys. : Mrs. Curtis Edwards ,of the hold plants. they hate, rooted. and grown. These plant will bo used already over-fed shrubberyall
= Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hines Junior Woman's Club attended ,
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to liuid>Mnie the new nohool the htmlrnt will occupy shortly. summer.
.and' daughter.? Jackie, moved where the -Safety Council semInar The project wit* stirrtl'd lust. IH>ri>i>i1,.>r and the student, under the tutelage of A fairly dry fall, with (gradually -
2<> Graham recently at the Jacksonville BE A\
..riey purchaSed.a 1'Iicken' Woman's Club last Friday.Mr. 'Principal. V. R. Ferguson, have 5-10 plant. already In ran and another 500 In the lowering temperatureswith '

::?.mn, Mr. Hlnes who under- and Mrs. A. J. Thomas rooting box nliown In lower photo. In ..addition each student last year took home a late Indian Stimmerr
urent surgery in the Alachua attended the Florida Realtors 10 plant The Brooker PTA star* d I the project with n $:iO donmtlon.LtMidwuplnff is also helpful In getting

leneral Hospital two, week convention In Miami 'Beach the school In. an ambition. projwt forthe, youngKter. It may take plants in shape to take the
last brunt .of weather, sent to 68 Oldsmobile
ago/ returned home over the weekend The local I Youngsmobile
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itVednesday.S ; .Bradforti'-Clay' Realty Board several years' to complete Mr. Ferguson mid. The clan won. originally organized Florida from Yankeet.'ind.

S V. V. Hazen was vistlng received several Important to lantlNOUpe" thf'iicw" srhool the Ktutlcnt will occupy sliortly. If frost pays a visit before

Mr. and Mrs. Max! Fur- awards for their outstanding plants have time to harden'cover :
3>ng in .TKton.i Oa last week. I achievement In their activi them wth cloth wood:'
Mr and Mrs. J.'T. Naswor- ties. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kathy OiUlngham of Jack- city and wanted to provideeven straw or sheets of plastic.If '
qty; and Mr. and Mrs. .Al visited Mr. and Mrs ThomasJr. sonville spent Wednesday to 4 Teenagers more wholesome recreational you use plastic. Ice sure ,
...carlton of Winter Park wereSunday and family in Fort Lauderdale Sunday with her grandparents facilities for the city's to remove the air-tight ma' TWIN WINNERGrand
visitorsof, Mr. and while enroute. Mr. and Mrs. Ouv Sale. residents, especially the young terlal shortly after *<-osHmelts
.Atrs.. C. H. Nasworthy. Mrs. Edna Hutchinson vis- Mr. -and Mrs. John Torru- Drew Fines people. He has stressed that, If It Is!! not removed!
'Mrs. Frank 'Barker spent3he ited her son-in-law and ells and daughter of Miami because he is retired he will the sun's rays can broil the
: weekend wlth'her-n'ifl.ugh-' daughter. Mr and Mrs. OlenHartwlg were Sunday and .Monday be available when needed.
..am's.. Mrs. Richard DUhl and in Tampa last week. guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mr. Continued From Page One The two new councilmen plant In its own juloe.

::IIrS. Frank. Moore"of Pa- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Mrs. Dave.) Paulk along with McRae. new Chiefof Gardeners who attempt to Prize
: atka. of'Tampa were weekend vls- were fishing at Wilson. with withholding support. Davis Police Bobby Biggs, City grow subtropical plants above
Gene Pana. left Tuesday for. 'tors of Mrs O. L. Beasley Springs over the weekend.:: pleaded Innocent and ft Id Clerk Merrill Edwards, and the frost line must expect I
2011 Bennlngr'Qa. and Mrs. J. W. Klncald. he will furnish Ma own lawyerIn Mayor Carl Hurst will be plant damage or pay a good j I
M. Ardell' 'Brannen left lest Butch Nail of Camp Le- his deaf nsa. worn In at the regular council price for plant protection. j
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Wednesday for Lackland APR Jeune N. C. Is home on 17 TilE RIGHT POINT for the There were 81 cases on the meeting next Tuesday. Oct. If you have the money 1

:3.niomlo. Texas... days leave. way you write. Come In Plea Day list for September. 3. McRae Edwards, and Hurst there are a number. 01 tent. !
'... and select your favorite ES- Speeding was the leading offense IOOOO.OO
*Ir. aniJf'Mrs.1'w.: 'Her- Miss Christa Jollenbeck of were all returned to office like covers on the market.: If
:1ir and Mrs. Addle Wheel- Miami was visiting her TERnitOOK fountain pen. with 33 Cllies.Container without opposition. the cover Is made of plastic ,

.er have returned from two brother-in-law and sister 'Aelju table'Inyl Booh be sure there Is some way to :
eks visit with relatives ,tin Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen I
Covers.! All sizes 3D cents eaat heat -the plant because on'
Met Palm Beach and Lake Files '
over the weekend. The windy, cold. nights It is,:

--arbor Telt'.rapb"I I Second Suit Let's Go' pose Inside'.ble plastic for the covers temperature to drop',' 2 OLDSMOBILES 'OF YOUR CHOICE PLUS

I lower than outside temperatures -,,

/ : Continued From Pane Onel IsGardening THE BALANCE Ifl 'CASH
Some commercial plant .
GN.N.TAMP.. 1 : FRIDAY Assessor --but were made Intentionally By Ilervey Snorp" Editor protectors feature warm wa.t-,
for the deliberate FlorIdalI'rlcultural Extension tee mist sprayers. Whetheryour

SATURDAY purpose of relieving other tax- I Service plant covers are homemade Register Now
w payers from bearing their Just or store-bought be
/ : : tax burden and for the purpose -I Plants are like some folks prepared to use water, electric -

UNwtN ONLY of imposing that? burdenon both may stay out all hour heating: tapes or a light U Baldwin'
Chevrolet
aA MP[ .--A ..1 iwS land Container owners and in other Bradford timber of shimming the night like shaking!go-go girls.and bulb to keep the plants cozy \\ Oldsmobile,
the colder nights.
nightlife on
Humans enjoy the'r
the state
County. complaint
we The tax assessor failed to but plants often d-j not Actually the best way to U. S.'.301 North Phone 961.7500 ,Starke Florida
Is tr, ,
avoid cold damage > grow
consider the quantity and size particularly when ornamentals '
onlv cold-hnrdy plant _
UNtIN.TAMP of Container's lands, the Income are shaking from
STAMP DAYS
from the lands and the cold winds.

use of the lands the complaint Cold winds can injure

w owe states. plants wore than wives who CSMRUSHCDI904Dodcockb' ilVINGROOM TRADE 'N' SAVE SALE
discover that the husbandhas ,

/ YOU WILL RECEIVE DOUBLE AMOUNTOF '\Williams, 'Nolan There had a is night no way on to the preparea town... lURNITURl' and APPLIANCES. YOUR CHOICE OF .2 OR 5 PIECE GROUP


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