Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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/ BoardIs City Pays Sheriff Gets ,

voted More ForElectricity

For CUBB 1 .y Yd Only $1,500From

CUBB's ballot boxes
on Starke
wheels attracted approximately buying

./ fftlftlti6lertttalier fk electricity from the Starke
65 cent of the
per L
Light and Water Plant
low-income residents i
n Appeal
Bradford County when bal paid $2.36 more per month
L. for 250 kilowatt
lots were marked for the o '. Lir
Target Area Population (KWH) than most Florid-
representatives to the ians and $3.08 more than

Bradford Agency: Board of many supplied by Florida Decision
Directors of CUBB on AUK., Power and Light,according Set Sept. 10 .,
17. Deputy B. R. Fountain to n report by the Federal
Power Commission.
According ,to the PPC the national -
The mobile polla (cars packed Surprises
with votingparaphanalla) averages for last year
also visited Union County was $7.37.: Starke residents: paid Election QuietAs t
(Aug. 20)) and Baker County t
(Aug. 27.) Glancing around .the state at EveryoneIn
Chosen to represent Bradford bv\t-\ some other cities' served by

County's low Income residents municipal power plants ""the report Voting Nears
were: Thelma Dixon shows that Starke/ !bops all a decision which sur-
Starke: Willie Brown. Stairke; A Starke woman survived this crash on Madison from the side of the car at (he top of the photo. but two: Gainesville, $9.05; prised everyone, includingthe

John R. Allen Lawtey: : Harlod Street In Starke Saturday night, but wo men, Hood of the auto skimmed the pole, and it hooked Jacksonville, $7.22; Lakeland Quiet Is the word so far for -, p MJ tRa e... ir' sherif> and County
Wanton, Keystone Heights; Burnrll Dyal and James Walking, were killed. through the windshield and into the passengers In $820: Tallahassee, $829; Tam- the upcoming Sept. '!10 city election Commission. the State
pa, $7.72.: Leesburg; $10.28; and Board of of Coun-
and Leslie Prevatt Lawtey. The car skidded on Its side at high speed Into the front. scut. Just 12 days away in which Appeals
A meeting will be held In the the highest Mount: Dora, 1125. two city council seats are at ty Officers Budgets gave
near future to chose two from the telephone pole which can be seen protruding Average payments by customers stake. Sheriff p D. Reddish only
in some 30 cities, including $1,500 of the approximate
this group to serve on CUBB's Council Chairman One Wiggins -
board of directors. In- Madison-- St.- Crash- Avon Park, Brooksvllle, Clear- 10-year' veteran and senior $20,000 increase he re
wnter and Dunedin, which are quested.The .
Elected to serve on the Union man In service on the board
County Economic Agency! served by :Florida !Power Co. is being challenged :by former sheriff Is hospitalized

board of directors were W. B. was 926. and not available for com-
Reeves, Raiford; Mack: Ed- Average Florida bills were also ment.
wards Worthington Springs; higher than its two nearest "Naturally we're happy",
Georgia Ann Jones Lake But- 2 Men Killed neighbors 'Alabama's. $522 commented Commission Chair

ler: Mrs. Seeber Porsythe, and Georgia's $6.22. Highest In S. man Dave Shuford of Lawtey.
Raiford and Mrs. Archer, the nation was !Alaska which 4 Shuford indicated the County
Lake Butler. Reeves has been paid $10.05 and lowest was Tennessee Board will attempt to come

chosen walt on the board of 450. up with the $1,500 without Increasing -
director of CUBB. Woman\ SurvivesA The average monthly electricbill W. II. Noecel the present millage

In Baker County the low-In for commercial power up Group 5 of 6678, which the Commtsis -
come residents chose the follow to 750 KWH' in Florida !was 31. has .stubbornly clung to

to represent them on Starke woman has apparently which broke the. Baker County Economic/ I..... off six feet underground. Watkins was pinned' under average the FFC reported last September, winning by 65 get hassle with the sheriff.
Agency Board of Directors: which killed twomen when Glass was ground into the the car which lay on its left When asked about this City votes ((606-551))) over Noegel. The All six county sheriffs appealing -
Ewell LawsonGroup
Richard Gaskins. Sanderson; their speeding automobilewent pole several feet up and altoaide.. Dyal was pinned between Clerk Merrill Edwards said that term Is actually the unexpiredone their budgets to the
Edgar: Lewis Macclenny; the out of control on West ers were flung 200 feet into the seat. and the top of etnrke could probably sell electricity 1 of Mayor Carl Hurst who tine man state board fared
Rev. J. ABell, Glen St. Madison Street in Starke, Edwards' yard, Cpl. Chambers the car. cheapen than Florida resigned and was appointed about like Reddish. It wee an
Mary; Mrs. Patty Wells Mac turned over and crashed said. The trio had been at the Power If services &uchall/ councilman. and bond +itrustee mayor at the death .of the late about face for the state board
clenny and Mrs. Iris' Parrt h street 'Ewell Lawson in 1 Randal) Chitrty. has favored
Club 100 .I streets light, fire con- a Group race. Mayor which generally
into telephone pole acecordingjo The car also knocked down Maddox Lounge at.
Macclenny. Serving on the a l" Wiggins, in St. Vlncel) '*' Hospital : ." N( egel, .1. .making! .,Wi,third the sheriffs in ecuh dlspates.-
the Starka, PolJyr a.palm tree and. struck theconcrete""fence"in long.Bride[ ,. Cpl. .Ch/mber*.' :iCa( >tlawd-on'Pagtw Two)
... CUBB board wn: H 1wI. Mra....., :: ..,vJC..,-- S .' front of "said." Jacksonville reooverning-: bid in three years for a council In submitting his 1968-69
Parrisn I and- Ga'fcIn4''J'.M.( *ice Department.Mrs. t.c. __ I after having a kidney !removed seat. He came close in .both budget to the County Commission -
Clay County's low-Income Annette Harper: Brown, Aug. 23, will be able to campaign races In the last two years, losing in July, Sheriff Reddish
group voted 'on Aug. 8 and 22. was l's/ed in critical con- a_ very, little, In any. to NoUn ,by the 55 votes in asked for 113184. nearly $23.-
will meet on Sept. 10 to select dlthn when ad ml':ted: to the tlF 4 j f 3" Lawson, --affiliated with Law- 000 more than his budget of

members for CUBB board of Bradford County Hospital son's Meat Market has served the last three' years which to-
directors. early Saturday morning Aug. seven years as a Ibond ,trustee taled 88362.
CUBB (Clay, Union, Bradford 24, but is apparently recover- The Commission gave the
Baker) Econom'c Agn- ing aster. regaining consciousness 'i.. 4 + t'' sheriff a five per cent In-
cy will hold a r oreanlzalon !! 24 hours later. She was crease or $4,418 over his present
)meeting on Sep'23 In the lifted! Wednesday afternoon In budget but then set its
Clay County Health Depart. "falily good" condition.:: II' S IF''I 1@' foot down and refused to go
rent, Green Cove Springs. Dead are Burnell Hershel above )2,7UO.!) A compromise
The reorganization of CUBB Dyal 29, Sampson City, and S figure of $103,148 was later
was called for by the OEO regional James Cecil Watkins 28. J Js rejected by tile Commission.
office in Atlanta so that Ocala. Sheriff Reddish served notice
low-income residents. might All three persons were pin- he would appeal to the
be more fully represented.In ned In the wreckage of the t ; tate, 'board saying he needed
add't'on'' to the five representatives 1956 Ford driven by Watkins. $11,000 for the new personnel
from among the Residents. who heard the r., ) k a matron radio operator, anda
poor, each county board will crash and passers-by were new deputy. The remainderof
have five Individuals representing prying the top of the car uo P. T. Nolan the increase would have
(government: and five to free the woman when police Group Sand gone to pay raises for the present -
seats! will be filled by representatives arrived at the scene' 11 employees! plus In-
from communityand around 2:13: a. m., accordingto i creased operating expenses.
the city coun-
civic organization Cpl. Bill Chambers, investigating ir years on elected in 1963 : s Both 'the Commission and
i cil. He was last
B. R. Fountain, deputy director officer. : ,and served until he resigned to one Wiggins the sheriff presented their
of CUBB, called these Speed of the car as it entered chief. He was de- cases to the state board on
!run for police Group 1.
election "the most! Innovativeand town was! established by feated by former Police Chief Monday, Aug. 19, in Tallahassee. -
creative poverty elections pol'ce'! at 75 mph or better. The decision was phonedto
(Continued on Page Two) Headed east on SR-100 the Highway""' Bill Wiggins Rosser completing In 1905. his first (19C7( and to) Councilman: : Nell the Sheriff's office here
car skidded 226 feet out of Tucker 561-520 In 19C6. Tuesday! morning Aug 27,
control, hit the curbing, turn- Or WaterwayOne year as, chairman Florida is State bookkeeper Tele-- Tucker, In Group 3, did not and a copy of the state
for the
ed on its left side and skidded draw opposition and is home board's decision reached the ;.
THE COMMUNITY 52 feet further and struck a phone Co.CouncUman. free for his second, term on the office the same day.
STATE BANK telephone pole in front of the of many drivers of stalled vehicles along inches! of rain: from Tuesday afternoon to Wednesday PT.. (Tom), Nol- council. The Board of Appeals ordered -

STARKE Maurice Edwards residenceon U. S. 301 (North) late Wednesday afternoon, tries night. New River was the wettest point ln a Bradford educator dealer, is toeingchallenged and Registration books closed after that:

Madison Street 540 feet In vain to get his truck started after It drownedout with 8.10 Inches, Highland had 6.10, and SantaFe restaurant owner by car W. H. (Billy) Saturday. Aug. 24, with approximately I 1))-The County Commission
THE from the Pratt St Intersec In front of J. E. Hardy Auto Sales. A wrecker fire town recorded 7.20. Noegel. 2,300 names on the allocate $1,500 for the creation .

FLORIDA BANK tion. finally came to his aid. For other pictures of flooded U. S. 301, see page Nolin is serving a one-year books. of the position of matron..
AT STARKEand Skidding on Its side, the 2))"-the County Commissionof I
car's windshield and roof Bradford County received an average of 7.13 Four Bradford has allocated suf--

the were crumpled by the impact ------ ficient funds to operate the
office of Sheriff of Bradford
FIRST FEDERAL To Change Routine County consonant with good I-
SAVINGS AND LOANASSOCIATION Man InjuredIn administrative operating prac-

Crash Under tices.
OF STARKEWill The state board noted the
Traffic Light five per cent Increase already

Not Be Open for School Bells To Toll Tuesdayin granted the sheriff and term-
Business on Monday, A collision occurred as Ford ed it a "minimum Increasefor I
Sept. 2, Labor Day Mustang sat under the traffic the present personnel of
A light at the intersection of SR- the .office"
Legal Holiday 16 and U. S. 301 in Starke earlySaturday formerly made this
students! Brown Sheriff John
school Union County
school for /the full day: cents and high
Although Tuesday, Sept. 3, Starke will leave at 3 p. m. tend
morning Aug. 24. hos- while Mrs. Brown's sec-
cents. awarded
7-12 paying 35 Whitehead was a $3.-
will be the day on which a (except Bradford High School and the middle! school has grades
vitalizing Beach her
Season Tickets a Daytona lunches can be obtainedby ond run will take over 000 Increase for his contingency -
rather routine annual event which will be 3:10: p. m.i' ; and been added. 227
man. south to SR
the principal Highway 301 fund and above the $8.000
it will also be the in the rural areas the buses Approximately 3,900 students applying through;
FOOTBALL John Myers. 47, a passenger in down that roadto
- and proceed increase over the present budget -
which the schedules will arrive at about 3:30: ac- are expected to enrollin
the on
Mustang driven by his wlf, the intersection of SR 225.
'that the Union Commtszion -
On Sale Now was taken to the Bradford County and lives of many Bradford cording to Superintendent T.-LCasey. Bradford County schools Bus Changes In the Lawtey area JamesWaters has already granted.
$9 Reserved Seats (Hospital and transferred to CounUans will be changed in Although the Middle this year. T"ili Is an increase The major bus route change will pick up the sev- Whitehead asked for a budget -
BUS 964-6640 the University of Florida Medi- numerous ways. School will begin at the regular of approximately; 200 becausethe Involves those children who enth and eighth graders and of $65.922. or about $15,000
Mrs Lois Bennett cal Center. Mrs. Ethel Myers, It will be the day on which ,time the students will kindergarten: students are live south of Starke. on the take them to the Middle more than his present budgetof
47, was not Injured. many alarm clocks will Jangle meet .on the first day, in the now part of the county sys eat side of Big Santa Fe School while Mrs. Letha (Sam 54922.
This space contributed weekly : W. J. Lee, 47, Starke, was earlier than usual the day on auditorium. of the high, school. tem. There are 206 persona on Lake who have been attending my) Grlffls will run. Water'sold
la publicize. community charged! by the Starke Police which drivers will liave to Although the opening, of the staff with two vacanciesremaln1nll' school In Melrose.: Mrs: Lex route down 301 to Morgan Whlteh-ad has said he is I
event byi Department ''With driving under make constant stops because school is a routine event, A librarian Is Baker will be driving this Road and then proced to pleased with the $3.000 Increase
the Influence of alcohol and those long yellow buses with there will be some changes In needed at Southaide! Elemen- route and will pick up those Starke. which will enable him
I The CommunityState failure to have his vehicle under their laughing, yelling (and the details for 1J68! *9. There tary and a music teacher at students in the Griffin Fish Superintendent Casey commented to hire needed part time per fl
sonnel. The Union sheriff said
control. Lee, not injured sometimes crying) cargos are has been one major bus route Starke Elementary.No Camp vicinity proceed to that although the
Bank was driver of the ,1963 Chevrolet being picked up the day on change (and a few minor Fees Highway 214. pick up those State Department of Education the $11.000 will Increase enable him he has to received do-
pick-up truck which collided which 10 "bells" will buzz, onesfor; the first time there There will b3 no fees ((1. e, who live west of Faith Presbyterian recommended hat express
everything he has planned
Accounts now ln trd with !the! rear of the Mustang. the day on which silence ech- will be no fees within the lab fees within the system be- Church, proceed busses be run this year as
except buy a new patrol car.
Lee's case was due to be oes through many homes. county school system; kindergarten cause the school board Is using through Keystone Heights to they were last year, the school In decisions other
up to, $15.000 by heard in Starke Mayor's\ Court In short Tuesday. Sept, 3, is now part of the i50.ooo of the Education SR 100, pick up students on board decided against itJ) the stat on board: counties e
Tuesday night, but was post Is the day school begins. county .school system. (and no Improvement Fund from the Forsythe Road and then driveto Middle SchoolAs -Granted
$10,000 for
a contingency
Federal Deposit Incurane poned at :the request: of Attorney In Starke the school "bells" longer' part of a federal program state to cover these expenses. Starke. for the Middle School, fund to Brevard
Elsie Sanders' will buzz at 8:15: a. m.; in the ) and all of these students The cafeteria charge will The minor changes are: the first week will be any. County' Sheriff Leigh S. Wll-
Corp. Damage to each car was eat- rural schools classes will begin (with the exception of remain with elementary student Mrs. Wade will pick up on
mated at about $250, at 8 a. m. The students some at Southslde) will ate !*-K-ti grade paying 30 State Route (SR) 100 (Mrs, (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two)

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was not injured The right front end of the Oat worth
rf Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong BUS Varsity cheerleaders attending follows: Bradford High School Americanism To Be Both vehicles were traveling sun sustained damages rsU. ivt-s Crupse was charged by
]tad as visitors Mr. and Mrs. the ACA camp in Lees- !)25) ; RJE High School, 450; south on 'the four-lane highway ranted at $BOO 'when it collided Flrridt Highway! Patrolman W.
I ]Mark Herlong of Jacksonville on burs this week are: Cindy Sink. Starke Elementary, 550; Mid Stressed By Legion when the Datsu.i: started to /overtake with: the right side: cf the Olds- A Watson with failure to Have
I ; i Sunday, and Mrs. Sylvia Curtis Evelyn Sinclair Cindy Strick- dle School, 600; Lawtey Elementary Jakarta's 1968 Oldsmobile. mcblle, wh'ch was damaged $000:: net! vehicle under control.
I and Eddie Hall of Jacksonville land Judy Whitehead, Nancy 270; Anderson Junior American Legion Past 56 .
.. on Monday. Struth, Ginger Baldwin, Polly High, 170; Hampton Elementary veiled, Tuesday night, IA\.g.\> 27, to ""n 111111e5 I
-- Archie Green of Chicago/ 111. Wilde and Carolyn Brown. 150; Brooker Jr. nake its Americanism program _) >> ---.:,.--... I
will spent the long Labor Day Local admittances to Bradford High 100; Vo-Toch, 300. its main them for the year.
GLADYS MOOTY weekend with his mother, Mrs. County Hospital this! week The enrollment for adult the Pont' voted to purchase
Phone 964-7608 j. J. Green. Include: Richard Wainwright night classes at. the Vo-Tcch I.SO American flags) for he class ]
-- 'Mrs Joyce Rlherd and Mrs. Mrs, Eleanor Lyons, Mrs. Gertrude school Is not yet known. Casey -ooms In each Bradford County FOR EATING OUT PLEASURE
Mrs. Stanley /Poole of Tallahassee Mrs. E. J. Dowling Jr. of Wilmington Alien McKnlghtattended the McBride. Mrs. Karen L I also pointed out that some School The small flags will])
was a Sunday visitor of Dela. was visiting Mrs. workshop on School Health in Melson, Larry Keith Sapp\ Mrs. Junior college courses' will be *)e presented to the schools tore -- -
Mr. and Mrs. George HuggIns.Mra. W. E Dowling the first of'the Tallahassee' 'on"Augbst 22. Fannie Reames, Mrs. Annette offered at the Vo-Tech school used In each class room. I
Lucile Davis visited Mr. week and attended the Dowling- Mrs. Dan Nelll and children Bowen. Mrs. .Rosa:! Mae Green, It further voted to meet with
and! Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. In Brackan wedding In Lake of Kansas City Mo. are visiting Billy Hutchins, MroS. Kate Dixon "ie Chamber of Commerce and The '
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Andrews Jane and the Retail Merchants Assocfa-! Bring
Gainesville over the weekend. Wales on Sunday. Mrs Mary Akrldse: City Electric
Miss Janet; Hardy made theDean's Mrs. Vergle Flynn has as visitors for ten days. They will Mrs. Jeanne Loper, all of .c.i to work out a plan ''to dis-
list nil spend' the long weekend at Ruth ,Shockey, olay a large number:! K>! flags) in
at the University of Mrs. Jack Waters of Tal- taikc; !Mrs.
Georgia for the summer session. lahasse and Mrs. Bessie< Faxonof the Andrews' cottage at Rainbow ferry Lynn Turner and Kenneth Bills High ho 'business dlstric, on holidays. Whole Family iJ I
Early clans were made for ac- ,
Mrs.Juanita Capps and daughter Gainesville the first of the Springs. Leonard of Keystone Heights; S' I !
Mrs. Roy Spradley of Athena week, and Mr. and Mrs. William Major and Mrs. V. J. Speng'er Miss Annette Allen and Gorncy v ties durlr.g the week of Nov.

Ca., and John Glenn of E. Cooper of Mobile, Ala. all Mrs. Emma Badman and E. Crews of Lake Butler. (Continued from Page One) 11 to celelarata Veterans Day Dad treat Mom and the Kids to
Gainesville attend the graduation \week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dukes celebrated Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison and ''the 50th anniversary of the w
of Miss Robbie Capps. from Miss Dee Walters Is visiting I Mrs. Duke'a 21st birth- Sr. were iniWaycross.( Ga. over trot, police and, trash collectionwere l Legion. It /was agreed the Post Dinner out, with plenty of Good
Athens!) ,College, Athens, Ala. her brother Lynwood Walters, clay Saturday night with a din the weekend visiting her moth eliminated., He estimatedthat would have a parity on their
last Saturday morning. at Enflteld N. C. for several ner party at ,a. restaurant In p.r.Mrs.. R. T. 'Hlpps. these services cost approxImately meriting night with Past com- i Food Family Fun. Our Menu Is
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews days. Jacksonville.Mrs. Robert Stefanelll of Gaines $200.000 a year. Ho al-- mander Bill Soto in charge. New Pleasant
will be initiated! at set to suit taste with Special Menus for Children. Enjoy our -
returned (Monday from a two Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nasworthyand Joyce Rlherd and. sons, ville son of !Mr. and Mrs. Henry si commented, ithaib Starke members every ,
weeks visit with friends In Den- Mr. and Mrs. Al Carltonof Greg and Carl, have returned Slefanelll ct) Starke, was 'recently loesn't depend on taxes for operating that time.Eligible. Atmosphere and warm Friendly Service We'll da the Dishes!
vet and Canon City, Colo. Winter Park were Sunday: from a ten day trip In the West appointed manager of : funds., veterans who have an ,
Mr. and Mrs...R. A. Green Jr visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. H visiting the Astrodome In Hou Test! and Standards Department interest la veterans affairs, I
and family of Gainesville are Naswor.thy. Mr. Nasworthy is wn, Texas the Hemisphere inCan at Sperry Rand Corporation Americanism programs, as well
staying at one of the Dye cot- onvalescing at home after be. Antonio and other pointsf in Gainesville. NewCUBBBoard i as other programs the Legion Try Our Delicious Buffet
Itagea on Klnjjstey' (Lafce this' In; confined in Riverside Hospl. Interest. James Sullivan returned Sat- sponsors are urged to contact DAILY
'week.! tal for ,two weeks. Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. and urday after three weeks in the one of the Post officers.! I SERVED

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Douville H. W. Shipp of 'White Springsvas Billy Dowling attended the wed. Alachua General Hospital where Voted DINNER
slid family of Orange Park visited a Sunday visitor of Mrs. R. Jug of Ernest Dowling III to underwent surgery. Pair Injuredn TWO HOT ENTREES

her parents, Mr. and Mrs \. Newsom.Mr. Cathy Brackan on Sunday after. Mrs. Margaret Stuart. of Brandon (Continued from Page One) [ 301 Crash BUFFET_ TWO VEGETABLES BUFFET
ii.'II. lOrtder, on Sunday. and Mrs. S. S. Noege loon In Lake Wales where Billy is ,a patient In the Starke .
'Miss. Candy Woodburn made and son, Larry, ,and Mr. and attended at,best man. Nursing Home. ever held In this area and r- South i iA Carolina couple was 11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADSROLLS' 5 P. M. to
a the Dean's list at St. John's RIvet \des/ John Odom III spent five Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. thanked all who contributed. treated and: released from the 2 P. M.\ 'I 9 I P. M.
Junior College for the summer days last week In Puerto Rico. Mrs. Edward Burns visited. Mr. W. TCIncald were visiting! Mr. CUBE Executive DirectorW. Bradford ; BUTTER
session. s?t. and Mrs. William Rees and Mrs. James Chace and Mr. and Mrs. C C. Hoppe!:,! in Tampaover P. Heney said be hopes County Hospital early ''
Sunday, Aug. 25, after their car
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward of .ipd family of W.lllston werE and Mrs. Bob Chace :in Oalnes- the weekend. that community action. can collided with an<.'.her It was $$1 25 TEA $$1
Albany Ga. were!! weekend weekend guests .of Mr. and Mrs. flUe: last Wednesday.Roy Mr and Mrs. Robert Firth help build bridges between. overtaking on V. S. 301( north a 7 1 COFFEE .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. dare Jackson. Mathews of Palatka is and daughter Diane, and Mrs. levels of government and the -f, Law'te' :;, .
Glenn. '* Mr. and Mrs. H. A Lawson visiting hi.* daughter, Mrs. W. Ed Firth of Keystone Heights local community, where the' \
Mr. and Mrs. N. !L. Woodbmrr vere visiting their. daughter E. Dowling for several /weeks. attended Barry (Firth's graduation knowledge of problems la' Gladys Williams Crapse: 52,
Williams leaves this I Jacksonville, University the driver, and John M. Crapse,
visited !Mr. and Mrs. Keith IHznbPth; In Riviera Beach last Larry from most complete.
Reeves and family in Winter Thursday to Sunday. weekend for the fall term at on Sunday afternoon where 59. from Andrew, S. C. were the
Park last Saturday night. Mrs. Betty Register and FSU. He will be employed part Barry received his Bachelor of injured parties. Marian Terry; Svw
Marcia and (Michael Kldd of 'aughter Sandra; and son, time at a florist shop while In Science degree. Sheriff Given 51, Lena, S. C., was not in< KGQk&cAk
Fort Walton Beach were Mon. freeman Register III and Mrs Tallahassee Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore Jured. Julio, C. Nazarlo, 27, New !1
day night guests of Mr. and ;. T. Wade were camping 1 Ir Miss. Mary 'Meyer of Maitland Md. Is visiting her York City, driver of the car the
Mrs. George Flynn Sr. .he Smoky Mountains last week. vas weekend guest: of Mr. and mother, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Only $1,500; 'I rapse's 1968 Datsun overtook,
Mrs' 'Harold Hnriwln.Mr. ---..---.. and Mrs. J. R. Chasten for ten -
Support -' Vote For and and Mrs. Homer Brown :days Miss Shirley Vesper of:
and daughter ol Green Cove Baltimore was their weekend I *
ReturnEWELLIAWSON n r Springs visited Mrs. Mabel guest. Joining ,the family for By State BoardContinued KOCH 5

Stringfellow on Sunday.Mr. this weekend will be Hugh
and Mrs. Charles Schaf- Brownlee .of New Orleans, Mrs
ters of Atlanta Ga. will be M. C. Stith of Arlington Va., ( from :Page One) 0 CGUPONDAYS

weekend guests of !Mr. and !Mrs. and Miss Joyce Humphrey ofBaItmore. i son. Wilson had asked that ;
Felix Sapp. Md. $280,000 cut by the Brevard
TO YOUR Miss Patricia. Stapletom of .Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand Commission be restored to his :
Ocala is 'visiting Miss Maria Matthews
Miss Betsy were budget.
CITY. COUNCIL Moore, who is home from sum In Atlanta, Ga. last weekend Seminole County Sheriff Pet THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY A. M.
mer school at FSU. where Besy enrolled for I the er' D. Millott's request for
GROUP ONE Mr and Mrs. Leon Shimer of term at Atlanta School of Den- $200,000 for his yearly budgetwas Clip These Coupons and Bring in for T hese Fantastic Back-to-School Bargains.
YeaExperienco .
13 in City Government St. Augustine were Tuesday' overnight tal Assistants. They were ac denied.
visitors of her parents! companied on the ,trip by :Mrs. -Told the Manatee County ,* Limit Rights Reserved- Prices Good Thru Sept. 4th.
EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED} CAPABLE Mr and ''Mrs. 'Foster Shi Smith. John M. Miller and< children, Commission: to release $6,000

Mrs. Morgan Richarde who Kevin and Mary Ann, who enjoyed from the contingency fund of ( 666666( COUPON.. DAYS )6t "( COUPON DAYS )
Your Vote'an'd Support Will Be Greatly AppreciatedVi..tcr' rethuned last week from a ten a day at Six :Flags Over Sheriff R. W. We'tzenfleld' to
day visit with Mr. and Mrs., Georgia. pay ''the salary of a juvenile SI..49 400 COUNT
I Thomas N. Busch in Daphne, crime prevention officer. a FILLER PAPER
Ma., spent the weekend with her -Denied the request of Ban Aersol DeodorantSCkOFF'
scvln-law{ and daughter, Mr School Bells Manatee County Judge RobertA. BLUE HOUSE
\ School of Dancing ind Mrs. Lyle H. Buck In Pa Rickey for a $920 Increase,
.. latka. She ought her grandchildren and approved a $390 Increase

.I -. Andrea: and Scott Tell Tuesday to the budget' t..st..J.Ohns I o 25c OFF
33ft "'
N. St. Starke Fid.
Cherry Buck home with her for a County\ Sheriff TrlrlBavlsrBradford 1: : '
week's visit.Stephen Clerk.,Charles. 1
Dorothy Winter Salazar Instructor Tllley will leave Friday (Continued on Page Two) by said this week he has Dar-I LTniif'2 'With1!This Coupon
Limit 2 With This
for Lackland. Air Fprce! county's budget ready to advertise Coupon
Buse In Texas for four years thing but routine. On the first since ,he.waa! only .m.299jn999992? ????? ??? ? 9
the sixth, seventh and
O BALLET O MODERN service. day I wa'tlng on the, dispute over I
Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonof eighth graders will gather in ,
the sheriff's budget' to be set
O TAP O BALLROOM Cocoa were visiting Mrs. Myr the high school auditorium for tied. Chairman Shuford said 3g)00000000) C COUPON PAYS ) fidflfi6600@
tie Anderson over the weekend orientation Then they will be he doesn't know where the 1 25c
Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. Malcolm divided Into five "teams" for $1,500 will come from"We'vegrabbed I RAYEX SUN GLASSES
Beginners -- IntermediateAdvanced Pownall have returned what Principal Richard Jockel $100 from one place THIS COUPON COMPOSITION BOOK [
from two weeks visit with call a "big introduction" into and $300 from another until
Classes to Begin September 5, 1968 friends and relatives in Coats three areas of the currrlculum. I don't know where we can getMAYOR'S ) a j
ville. Fa. and Hamilton, N. Y. anymoreJt" '
Registration I Mrs. Marguerite Barker at- On Wednesday, teams one I 25 OFF
tended the funeral ,of her brother and two will board busses fora % 10 OFF
Thursday and Friday August 29, 30, 1968 I B. L. Ridge, in Nashville, tour of Bradford County (an COURTMayor t a
Tenn., Monday morning. introduction: to the 'social
l\IOUNING..1 0::0012:00AFTERNOON2:004:00: I Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn studies unit). while !teams Carl Hurst: disposed of Any )Price Glasses Limit With This i
18 cases l.i Stance / Couponjg6fi6gfigM'CcoupOM
Jr and family returned Tues three and four will, participate, Mayor's I
: : after week/ at Whittier, N. C., in a sports day (to'' kick off Court Tuesday night: I
land visiting: ,their son, Midn the Intramural program plan' Mathew Griffis, disorderly
AT 396 N. CHERRY STREET Terry Yawn at. the U. S. Natal ned for the school year), and conduct fined $27.50. I PAYS )
Atner Hubbard, > ( COUPON DAYS )
voluntary intoxication
Academy In Annapolis, Md.. the fifth ''team will'see a mov-
Phone 964-7098 After 5:00 P. M. I where they attended Parent's ie possibly "Huckleberry Finn : 'sentenced 'to five I -= $2.2!) LILT MILK WAVE $2.35
days In. Jail.Thomas .'
-and then into small
Weekend. go
groups for discussion (an Introduction Mazzella, reckless HOME PERMANENT RESPOND HAIR SPRAY
to the English por- driving, forfeited $37.50 bend. n TillS COUPON WORTH
tion of the curriculum). Primo Delro, destroying city ,I c a
." : ,7 Tfemeefies On Thursday, teams three property fined $6.50 court coats. '
: n&
:. and four will take the field Ernest Anderson, voluntary intoxication 60cOFFLimit 75c OFF
trip team five will participateIn fined 3750. -.
the sports program and, Catey Johnson, disorderly conduct a
I ', teams one and two will see disturbing peace, voluntary "" 1 With This Coupon EACH CAN
and discuss the film. On Friday intoxication disorderlyconduct Limit 2 With This Coupon
/_ t- 6 the teams will switch by use of profane and $ r
i I indtcent I r I PI r ( Ifr ,
language sentenced toi
again in those events in which
I they have not yet been Invol fines totaling $55 and placed on

ved.Jockle says that the Middle I probation Gc4S Johnson for 30 ,Jr.days., disorderly I I C COUPON DAYS ) 66666M. n! C COUPON pAYS. )

School will be completed and conduct, disturbing the peace, 39c SUPER 88
ready for its students when toluntary intoxication, disorderly 79c STAPLER
school begins. (The students conduct by use of!profane and I MARKING PENIScOFF

will first meet in the. high In decent languge, sentenced I
V r school auditorium because a fines totaling $55 and place on
probation for 30 days. I 25c '_
large room is needed where OFF -
/ ''
the whole student body can Joe Robertson, driving while' -
gather). According to Jockle under the influence of alcohol cc _
: workmen will finish laying the driving without a license attempting Limit 1 With This '
I carpet today (Thursday), and to avoid a police officer. Coupon Limit 2 With This Coupop
,''.sentenced to a total of 40
I put In the furniture: and put '
days. In Jail.George $
I up the partitions on Thursdayand ?
Friday. Lesley Bryant failure.
'+ Kindergarten to yield right-of-way and causing

,, changing Explaining from the half reason'day (for to scene and of an accident accident leaving sentenced the BIG BACK-TO-SCHOOL VALUES.. Prices Are Good Thru Sept. 4th

a"Sfe1 '. full day for) kindergarten students to a total of 60 days In Jail.

I In rocs;; of.
BOYI! You can get places fast on skis just I Superintendent Caseysaid BACK BINDER - 79c 3 BIC PENS - Only 38c
that it was mainly; a transportation THE BRADFORD
like you can doing business at First Federal. problem.; It( Is difficult t COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .
and expensive to run extra Published 3 Ring BlueCANVAS $1.49 Value SchaefferCARTRIDGE:

I buses at mid-day to \take home 138 every W. Call Thursdayat at..: BINDERS - 99c $.100
those kindergarten. students Starke Fla. 32091 With Filler PEN--------
who live areas. Paper Binder Clip and Organizer With 7 ;

'Where You Save DOES Make a Difference' The kindergarten, teachers Second class postage paidat

I at got the Southside right asjc.ext f9r'par.t'Dtal for and Starke, RatM Fla.Subscription BRADFORD HI. SCHOOL PENNANTS AND PINS -- Only at Koch's -- 69c

choice. If parents' are able to Support Your School and Football Team
: Ju
and want to", they may plpk In trade area:: 94.00)( per _
and] Loan ii up their kindergarten students ;year; $2.23 sl lx month Your Prescription Will Re Filled With Care at
Savings I S I ) ( after a half-day _Ion. About Outside tra.te.area: $4.5O KOCH'S DRUG STORE. Fresh, Potent Drugs Open Daily 8 A. 111\ 7 I I'. :M.: (

"""1' "..... '" 30 parents. have chosen. .. to. do per year; $2.30: ,, eta moaOvB. At a Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Register. Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon
+ : this. ed
Pharmacist. At Koch's 'Your Health is
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE EnrollmentWith I I >:. L. Matthews, editor' and Our Main Concern. May We Fill Your Next
3,900 students anticipated !1 publlher Prescription? Koch Drug StoreUon
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9G, .5000 I
I Superintendent Caseyestlrtitea FREE DELIVERY PHONE !)flt.f.7S7. _
:! I the enrollment..." as. j


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I Miss Tonda DixonIs Linda Strickland ginning Monday Oct. 7.
Cecil Douglas Wiggins NOTICE;
ComplimentedAt Manslaughter SH-200 Effective Speak- The Brooker Town Council In
Honored, At Shower Services Held ing, beginning Tuesday Oct. accordance with the laws of the

I Morning Party Linda Strickland! RecoveringCity 8. State cf Florida, Chapter 67-
Miss :
Charges DroppedManslaughter Councilman Chairman BA-101 Introduction' to 1075. will hold a Board of Equalization
whose whose marriage to Dwayne
Miss Tonda Dixon Here Wed. One Wiggins is recovering Business, beginning Wednesday at the Community Cen-
marriage to Richard Hobbs Alday will be an event ol ,
GLADYS MOOTYI will be an event of Friday: August 30, was honored at a charges this week from surgery for removal Oct. 9. ter September 9 at 8:30: p. m.
against Cecil L. Douglas, 53 Gainesville of a kidney at St. Vin" Classes will be held begin- At this time they :will hear
honored bridal shower Thursday: evening -
30, -
evening August was Linda
Phone 964-7608 :Mrs Marie Howard '
24 ning on the above dates from
died on arrival at the Ala- cent's Hospital in Jackson any complaints property
I with an Informal Coca- In the First Christian Gainesville, have been dismissed 7-10:15 .
: p. m.Personnei owners concerning assessment-
chua General Hospital, : Tuesday vlllc.
Cola party last Saturday Church fellowship hall. .by Bradford County Judge T. A, after heart from Santa. Fe of property within the corporate. :
Edwards morning, Aug. 27, a
FamilyHas morning given by Mrs. J. T. Hostesses! were Mrs. Charles Yawn. Wiggins son, Gene said I Junior .
attack. College will be in the limits of Brooker. ""
RandalF. Reese. Mrs. John Reddish, Wednesday afternoon his father .
ReunionAt Prevatt Jr. and Mrs Mrs. Howard was charged office of the VocationalTechnical '**
Tom Cox
Nov. 17,
Born In Snooker
t Chitty. at the home of the Mrs. Edwin Williams, Mrs. with manslaughter ,while intoxIcated was walking around now
Wednesday Sept. Town Clerk
Gold HeadThe latter on Searing Street. Gerald Griffla, Mrs. Ed Pre- ,by the Florida Highway 1914 grocery, Mr.business Douglas In was Starke in the for and rapidly regaining strength.He 4, to !register students for 8-29-26-9-5 *n
Guests were greeted at the vatt, Mrs. Jim Faulkner and Patrol after an accident July to has not yet been given these classes. and also to re
descendants of Isaac door by Miss D'xon' and, Mrs. Mrs. L. L. Fullwood.The 30 It which( :Mrs. !Howard. lost many years before moving. any idea when his father will gister students for classes to,
and Emma Edwards held a Chitty and Invited to the par refreshment table was control of her car. The FordMustang Gainesville He was member be released the younger Wiggins be held; on the Santa Fe Junior MIMEO STENCILS and Inkt: n
of the First Christian Church of and"supplies. -
family reunion last Sunday at ty table in the family !room covered with a party cloth wrecked and Mrs. Rosa. reported. College I Duplicating machines
campuses.Registration '"
Gold Head Branch State Park. centered with punch bowl Starke. Bradford CGUD&'
by Mrs. Prevatt and Mrs. Ben a Lee Howard, 73. motherinlawof .
had stone
Wiggins a kidney hours are from '
Survivors Include his wife
oldest member attending encircled with .sweet and I Telegraph.
The Moxlev Jr.Serving peas
the driver
was fatally I
InJur- Majarie. Douglas Gainesville: attack August 12 and entered 2.5 p m. and 6-7 p. m.
Mrs. Mayne Edwards tern and flanked by white
was Cokes were Misses ,
the Bradford County Hospital.On an
79, widow of Lee Edwards.The Debra Prevatt. Darlene Hobbs tapers in crystal holders. At ed.The manslaughter charge fou-: daughters. Mrs Frances -
was Aug 16, he was transferred
youngest member attand- and Carol Hardy. Taking plates points of Interest in the hall dismissed after a Crosby of Pompano Beach, Mrs.Claire
preliminary Vincent's.The .
to St. I t
Ing was David Andrew Black and assisting! in serv'ng' were arrangements of pink hearing Thursday Aug 15, on !Noegel ol Gainesville and chairman has qualifiedfor FISH FRY :+
Mrs. Arm
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. were Misses Gall Hatcher and summer flowers. the grounds the state failed to Mrs. Margaret Jean Parrish Dyal.both of his seventh \term on the ...
Merrill' Edwards Coleen The hostesses presented the
Nichols prove Mrs. !Howard Was intoxicated
city council.
+ Coming from the greatest Miss Dixon was presented honoree with a portable elec- afe ,the ,time of the acci Brooker!; a step-daughter Mrs. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31
distance: were Mr. and Mrs. with a white carnation corsage trIc mixer as a memento of dent. Mary Darus of Waldo: two sons ''rr
al IArM li Robert Dunham and daughterof and the salad spoon to the occasion. MrsHoward was representedat James E. Douglas, a student. at JuniorCollege 4 P. M. -- Bradford Fairgrounds
London England where her chosen silver as a memo the hearing' by David A. Florida State University In Tallahassee Courses OfferedAt

n + t, Mr. Dunham Is employed with ento of the occasion from her DKG President West ft. Gainesville attorney: and Wayne Douglas of Adults $1.00 Children 75c
Starke; his mother, Mrs lola Vo-Tech CenterSanta
s the U. S. Government. Mrs. hostesses. .the state's case was handled toy
Dunham is the daughter of Seventy-five guests were invited Attends WorkshopMrs. Asst. State Attorney Gene Whit- Dukes Douglas of Gainesville a. Sponsored by Bradford Roping Club "*
Frees-Seeley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lord of to call between 10:30: worth. stepson Jerry Wadsworth Sr.ol Fe Junior College will'
Jacksonville and a descendantof and 11:30: a. m. Among the Edna M. Hart, newly ( Howard! pleaded Gainesville; one brother offer the following five extension A Pony' Will Be Given Away
Engagement Told the late Eva Edwards guests were the bride's mother elected president of Alpha Nu before Judge Yawn to guilty(the James Douglas of Jacksonville courses In Starke at the Following/ the Fish Fry .
chapter, attended the combined and one sister Mrs. Jeanette BradfordUnion Area Voca-
Riggs. ,
Mrs. W. C. DIxon, and the '
charge bating: no driver's lic
Vic Frees and Mrs. Philip Approximately 100 membersof mother of the Mrs. fall workshop and luncheon Crosby of Gainesville. tional-Technical Center for the ':;
groom Her
ense. husband.! Charles Horse Show
F., Hoffman Sr. announce the the family enjoyed swimming James C. Hobbs. of Mu State Delta Kappa Howard, who 'was. not in the car Services werEI from Jones Fall term: Every Sat. Night
engagement and approaching boating and visiting Gamma Society at the Lang- at the time of >the Memorial Chapel Starke Wednesday BY-102 General Biology,
marriage of their daughter during the day. L. N. ford Hotel in Winter Park on accident Afternoon. Burial was beginning Oct. 3.EH104Literature. 7:00 P. M. ",10
Pickerings pleaded guilty !to allowing
Xathy:.. Marie, to George Saturday, an un- In Crosby'Lake Cemetery under and Composition
Ernest Seeley Jr., son of School Honored At DinnerOn The meeting was presidedover authorized person to drive. direction !of DeWltt C Jones beginning Monday, '"
Sunday Both The
were sentenced to a $300 I Public Is Cordially Invited
George E. Seeley Sr. of Macon. by Mrs Isabel Powell Funeral Home of Starke. Oct. 3. i
fine or six: months in jail. Both ., .
Ga. and Luther Workers HonoredBy AnniversaryMr. .n
Mrs. Jacksonof State president. Two state are still in custody, the Sheriffs 50.100Social Sciences, be
Starke. founders eleven .state past
MethodistsThe and Mrs L. N. Pickering Department reported: this week.
The VI
wedding will take place presidents, all state officers .
on 'Saturday. Nov. 2. at 8 p. were honored at a dinner 54 chapter presidents and
m. in the First Methodist Commissionon party Friday night in the Sheriff Reddish
many members were present. '
Education entertained the Pecan Room of
Church with a reception In Garden Mrs. Muriel Norman, state It's Boys Week TV
Fellowship Hall. teachers and church school] Restaurant on their 42nd wed- publicity chairman, and Miss. HospitalizedSheriff
All friends and relativesare workers at a recigr.ltion ding anniversary. Hosts for Della Rosenberg from Alpha / 1 1I
P. D. Reddish is .
party and workers conference the occasion ware tplr "nand expected '
invited to attend. Monday evening In Fellowship daughter-in-law Dr. and Nu chapter also attended. to be released from St. 'A T CARPS.

Hall. Mrs M. J. Pickering of Gainesville MADISON STREET Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville I'
Mrs. Winkler Rev. D. T. Farabee Jr. con BAPTIST CHURCH lila. weekend after a. ,week's .

Hostess At ducted a game and George The T-shaped table held an treatment following' complications .
Huggins led the group In sing- arrangement of orange daisies Sunday Sept. 1 Sunday from an operation for kidney ''ji-' .... it r
Dessert BridgeMrs. ing. Homemade !ice cream and and yellow gladioli. After School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning Warship stones five weeks ago. "
cake were served. dinner a two-tiered anniversary 11 a.m.; Youth Choir Prac- The sheriff entered St. Luke's SALE A 1
Warren Winkler wa.s Don Hardsnbrook Sunday cake decorated with tice, 4:30: p.m.; Youth Fellow- last Tuesday, Aug. 20, the day Mix & Match j I l

hostess at a dessert-bride school superintendent: and white icing and pink roses' ship Supper 5:45: p.m: Training? after his budget.hearlng in .
party Saturday afternoon it Mrs. Nelson Green chairmanof with the inscription "Happy Union gals p.m.; WMU Prayer lahassee where he attended.Tal-I J '
her home on Pratt street hon the Commlss'on.' expressed <42nd! Anniversary" was pre Circle 7:13: p.m.; Evening Worship was due "back at ,the hosr 1'1'BOYS
oring .Mrs. John Anderson of appreciation for the work being sented to the honored couple. 7:30: ) p.m. the next day, Wednesday for a PERMANENT PRESS nil

Cocoa. clone by the teachers and Enjoying: this delightful occasion Monday Sept. -R. A. meeting 30-day check-up, anyway. ; !
Winning prizes at the three workers during the past years. with Mr. and Mrs. 7:00: p.m.; Brotherhood His office :reported the sheriff e 'i'1SPORT. : -
tables were Mrs. S. G. Denmark Harry Green presented: the Pickering were: Mr. and Mrs. meeting 7:30: pjn. bas been resting comfortably I ;
Mrs. Joe Valioskl, and his. 'week. SHIRTS JEANS
women with pastel pompom Garl Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday Sept. 3 Circle 1 or
klr8i Clyde Terwlllegar.j corsages and the men were Paul Raymond Lt. Col. and meets, 9:30: a.m.Wednesday Church of Jesus Chest ofLatterDay !
j Mrs.. Winkler presented Mrs. given red carnations. Mrs II. M Hatcher Jr.. Mrs !Sept. 4-Prayer Saints

Anderson with a personal gift Rev. Arlln McKnight Miss Dorothy Meeting, 7:30: Church '
Farabea spoke to the p.m. 1416 East Call St]
aa ;.memento. of the occasion. group about the new literature Alvarez, all of Starke. Mr. 'Choir Practice. 8:30: p.m.; Services: '

.\ ;. which the classes will and Mrs. Homer Lewis Sr. of Church Music Course 8:30: &p.m, Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday jour reg. 2.99 ea. $ J
Folkston. Ga., and Miss Pris-
start using in September. Thursday, Sept. Sunbeams School 10:00: Sacrament
BPW Has cllla Pickering of Gainesville 1
After the party which was and OA's meet. 3:30: p.m.Dentol1 11:00.:
Handwriting I planned by Harry Green and, granddaughter of the honored Sumrall, pastor. Branch President ,

I Rev. Farabee. the teachers divided couple. Dean Hansen 9046278General 2-for ) 4.1 1

A program on handwriting into divisional groups Miss Robbie Capps 4 r
analysis was presented by for:: fall planning. .
hers.. Mary Peterson at the Weds Mr. Booth. 'tThe
most exciting sport shIrt selection verl Long sleeve fvy models +
August meeting of the Starke Nfewberne Reunion t Io with button-down collars, slim tapered and long tails. All newest colors) :
BPW ,Club held Thursday The marriage of Miss P.ol! in plaids, stripes solids and checks, sizes 8.18. Jeans or rugged 111/4 .
evening.. Aug. 22, at the home The annual Newberne fam- ble Capps and William Wesley I 01 denim, with 5 pockets, reinforced at all points of stress, and perm. t 1 s _
of Mrs. Clarence Rhoden. ily reunion will be held Sunday Booth was solemnized 1 ., .' nent press. Sizes 6-16, regular and slim.
..Mrs. John Haney president Sept. I. at Gold Head Saturday. August 24 at 8:30: a. 1 -
conducted the business fies- Branch. A basket. lunch will m. In the Church of Jesus I

ion when plans were made be served at 1 p. m. Christ of Latter Day Saints BOYS 100 NYlOI '
to attend a District 3 meet in Decatur Ala. % t
11g!! 'In Jacksonville on September Mss! Capps is the daughterof ,
IS. A report on the No-.* ,I DEDAN BAPTIST CITOKCHBROOKEK Mrs. Juanita Cappa and I
tlonal Convention In Mlneapo- Brow a rd' Capps of Starke, and QUILTED :
Mr. Booth Is the eon of Mr. -
Its last month was given by Sunday School. 10() a. in.
and Mrs. W. W. Booth of
the Starke delegate. Miss Della l.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Rosenberg.Mrs. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Cedar Key. '
Haney announced thata The couple Is residing in
Evening Service, :30. Rev.I PARKA j
painting had been donated Lacy Conway pastor. Gainesville 9 .j .
bo the Florida Federation by .
Mrs. Carmen de Gennette of 44
Costa Rica for the benefit of $$10.95
the State Scholarship HouseIn > 1 :

Tallahassee. deb value $8.88. a ._e :

Hot Dog SupperThe .
Sharply! styled with drawstring .
Junior department ages Electric bottom and drawstring adjust
9 to 12. of the First Baptist Ptscourtfe able hood which converts to
Church will have a hot dog CLOCK quilted collar. 2 zipper pockets, i -
supper Sunday evening Aug RADIO heavy quilt lined. Blue, green, Q 6-35 .

31, at 6 p. m. on the church { Our .
Reg. $$13.88
lawn. l < 8 SAVE h L EL :

SERVICE SCHEDULE Woke up to music, It turns

SUrko superb Sleek sound, accurate SWEAT SHIRT CHEW' SOCK SALE :

Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. clock. hi-impact, M CARPS :
Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. 56 modern white case. _, $ $

:Miraculous Medal Novena. : our reg $$1.19 $1, Reg 59C; $1 i PRICE
Saturday. 7, p. m. e 4 2 for
Confessions. : 5 t- m. and T OFF 100 a cotto., p sleeve ;

p. m. e Crew neck, set-In sleeves, Orlon-nylon Cloud 9 or 100% with regular collar and ,
fir7 100% cotton In choice of nylon with 5 yr. guarantee. t' breast pock.t. In newest
-ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH. p OUR REG colon. Size. S-M-L. Stretch 6.8U< ; 911. printed plaids. Sires 6.18.
Keystone Heights.
Sunday Mass. : 7:30: a. m, ,.

aria'' COO!: a.m.Wednesday 1 $2788 .: / .- ..
and No/ h
: MASS 4
rend' 7 p. m. ; / .

_Mftcclenrur., ST. MART'S CHURCH \\ l 0 7(1(( I 1 J ....

Sundae Mass 11:30: a. m. Btty I J a \ -e.

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CHRIST Style'j j Reg.$15.8$ Basketball Youth Oxford Penny Loafer Tyrolean Boot '

8:30: Sunday Morning HAIR DRYER AFC Perfect prevents for travel annoying or home.FM $2.88 our reg. $$200 Carps lowprice $$499 Carps low $$4 99 Carps low $$5 5 99

WPXE Radio Dial 1490 I Push-button controls' drift. 11 transistor circuit price price .

$ for 3 heat levels. gives excellent reception. All purpose sneaker In 3-eyelet blucher oxford Hand cost beef roll with Soft glove leather with
Worship Service : Gentle filtered air, Built-in AC line cord tele "way out" colors. Heavy with leather upper and leather upper and ".ve* durable, cushion: ripple
Sunday, 11:00 A.M. quiet, fast drying scoping FM antenna. A gr.at duck uppers, suction cup durable "PVC" sole. Per lite" long wearing sole. sots Tru. ttyle' with the a
2.188. action. Adjustable back-to-school gift. .. soles. ''All sizes for boys, feet back-to.school and A favorite longwearingschool "He-mar, look. Sizes 8}i-
Bible Study Sunday hood closes unit Into youths and men. dress-up shoe. 81-2-3. shoe. Sire S'/i-3.' 3. Sizes :3I4-6..S6.99. e

It A.M. and 7 P.M. compact traveling SALE PRICES DAYS .
case. f .
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I ,. '0 .,.... [Students Given 11 and 12 grade: C-3 said.
to" It is very .important for each The first non-collection holi-
.Tech/ Course i .. i \\tl.it [,' Assignments student to report promptly to day will be Monday Sept. 2.

L.-A.... h's' home room Labor Day. and appropriate
I: For Home Rooms
r "" publicity will be given futur

To Train LawmenA 'G r. ___=-)( ;?' I. The fall term of Bradford New Policy Set holidays the postmaster! said.

:T n .1 : High School will start Tuesday By Post Office FIRST UNITED METHODIST
S pt 3 at 8:20: a. m. The
course Bradford STARKE
Is 4 trr: law enforcement was attended by Deputy 1 k'tUl'ned
officers is I biff: organized Dolph Redd'sh.: Starke Police 1 school day will be over at For HolidaysTo Sunday-Church School9:45a. ._ :
:' !,. Richard I 3:10: p. m.Students. Morning Worship, 11; a.
O'* the Brad ton1))Onion Voca.finalTechnical Chief R. E. Biggs. m.?;
:: Center here Wright, assistant director of the I I w are asked to reportto reduce unnecessary expenditures m.: MYF Activities 6:30: p..nl.,
cording to, Director Ted new Police Standards Council their home roams( accord- and due to the MYF meetings 7 p. m.:' livening

Czlesby. Tallahassee. R. L. Gamble as vAr' Ing to the following and Initial schedule oftudent's closing of businesses on certain Worship 8 pp>. m; MYP. Fireside :,,
No starting date has been set sista.it! consultant on peace officer (room teacher holidays Postmaster T. 8 p. m. >
Oglesby said but plans are in trainnlng with the State Department last name) : C. Hazen Jr. has announcedthat Tuesday-WSCS Ex.. Bet 9:3: ra.
the final stare and classes of Educalon, and Sgtaa.selasandF.ptWitswTeees.Rm. Ninth ''the Post Office will discontinue m.; WSCS general meeting
should:begin wlthU, a few weeks. A-2. Barker A through picking up mall from 10:00: a. m. '' ""*

Oglesby expects 30 to 40 students W. S. Peacock of the Florida Brown Brox coUection boxes on such holi- Wednesday-Prayer meeting
to enroll.; including' 10 Highway Patrol. Chorus. Lovett days and that mall Intendedfor and Bible study., 8 p. ni.' '
from the Bradford Sheriff's office In that meeting a tentative through C. Thursday-Chancel Choir rehearsal
Go. dispatch on a community
A-12, Delony-D through
and the Starke Police Department advisory committee consisting of
7:30: p.'m. t-f
,. -...... j B-8 Mlddleton Gr through recognized holiday should be
Chief -
Oglesby/ has also contacted Deputy Reddish, Biggs, .v - -- '
r- deposited at the post office '
officers in the Baker, 'Clay Couity: STier'ff! Jennings 'I Ja NORTHSIDE BAPTISTCHURCH :
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I i A-17. AdkinsonJo throughMc either in the lobby or in the t""
Clay Union County: areas. Murrhee and Sgt. Peacock was ,
The course will! provide 200 selepted. Sgt. Peacock is the officer I .,, .. '" 1 1VRO'S RnR box In front of the post of I Located on Bayless Highway
hcMrs of training the director,, in charge of the FHP station C3. Kelley, W.- M throughP. fice.The [SR 225] at Raiford Road
says, to meet }pie'requirements in Starke. low volume of mall gen ISR 18].
set up by the Flordia Leglsla-! Instructor? for the class. C6. Waldmire R through erally recognized on holidays, Services: Sunday Schoq1: JO

tore last session as a Standard Oglesby said, will ,be specialists Sm.Gym does not warrant the extra I a. m.; Sunday Morning ..wp'rship -
fob:) police officers. I in law enforcement from all v'r McKinney V. Sp expenditures! and In addition] 11 a. m.;,Training UD1 It;
An organizational meeting section of the state. through TBS it affords more employees the, 6:30: p. m-; Evening Service
last Wednesday night, Aug 21, J sr,9 x Minor-U through Z, opportunity to spend the holiday 7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service.
.. Cigarette Taxes .l Tenth Grade with their families Hazen I 4 4i Wednesday 7:30: -Rev Glenn
A-5. HaneyA through Ch. j T,A whon. !pnator
I A-4. Brune_Cl through D. 1
StilllncreaslngThe <
Don't Be r ) ;4 A-19. McKinney D. E
increased cigarette tax' 4."." through O. r.
DECEIVED and 'the constant talk of the B-l I, Clark-H through J. :
threat of cancer have apparently C-5. McGarry-K through M. >
Jty, Advertised Prices deterred only a tew clg- B-3 Mason- N .through R!. }r.
Total cost of contract areas smokers in this! area. A-8 Leon Ri through
rthat you actually pay. Get Using the net cigarette: tax 'i, Thomas
the 'READ, FACTS before collpo'lons. ay a yardstick on1 1 .v .4 bM B-9. Sprow Thomp throughZ.
you sign. Our payments are .
,,1Y residents in Hampton have
from f8 Jo $15 per month apparently decided that the j I Eleventh Grade
leas! with the 1I ID8'down I ,
exit of smoking( may be too A-6, McIntosh A throughCo. ,
payment and number ofmonths" .
high. r. .ts :
io\fuy., & per rent B-7, Karow-Cr through Ga. I r 8
bank financing..JVo, hidden This month August 1968, r
.barge*. Ten /top. manufac- Hampton! will! receive, '$281; ILL A-16 McClane W Cl I
Ir..re last year the village received through Ha.
represented: '
., \ RESPONSIBLE? A15. Thol'ntonHI through
: $345.Comparing _
LOW the cigarette tax La.B6.
: OVERHEAD receipts In August of this- year ,A cWred-up\ drainage/ ditch Just south of J..E. Ifardy Auto DickersonLe through
with .those of August '67, in Sales on U. S. 301 (north) !Is responsible for these scene law N. I

five other municipalities .one Wednesday afternoon nn one of the slate's busiest highways. B-4, Kaz0( through Sa. I
: Does It! can see that the receipts have C9. SweeneY-Se through T.:
Increased: Brooker. $404 this! Local wreckers were kept busy dragging stalled cars out of A14. AdamsU through Z.

II. The Owners year ($349 in '67)); Keystone (he lake that flooded 301 for several' blocks starting, at Holiday Twelfth Grade '
Pad aniTlJrad Heights $1.947. ($1.687)): Lake Inn. A-9 Temples-A through B. Dear Friends and Voters of Starke:

I. Drive The Trucks. Butler $1.798, ($1.445.) Lawtey A-3. McClane KC through I am bringing my campaign for councilman to

I ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY $658. ($545)) and Starke $7,075, The City says the drainage ditch Is the responsibility of the De. I you in a different manner than I have in the past.

: ($6.421)). State Road Department and recently requested that something A-10. Makaskill! -Du through In past years it has been my policy to get out and
As for the Bradford Ha. i
: 81.10, ,- 12AVIDE3 County will counties get $87. This! Le done about it. The SRD is reported (to have started cleaning; B2, ShewmakeHe throughLe. visit with as many people as time would allow, but

a l'/i BATHS month Clav County, $1,571; ( out the ditch at the south end on Highway 16, but the west end I as all my friends know 1 underwent surgery for Kidney

Alp EXP AN A LES and Union County $447. r on 301, Is still choked with underbrush. A-21, Sullivan LI 'through Stones in St. Vincent's Hospital on Friday, Aug.

N. 23. My doctor and surgeon both say that I am
LAKE GENEVA BAYLESS HIGHWAY C7. Gibs9n-P through SI. I making excellent recovery and that I will soon be
BAPTIST CHURCH Ag-2 Smith Sm through
1 out
HOME Sunday School 10 a. m.: I to be able to enroll Thom. I
MOBILE Morning Worship Service. 11 Friday from a four!' Remember Labor Day Is a A-7, Wood-Thor ,through Z'I I am asking that each of you continue to helpme
.. a. m.i; Training Union. 8:30p. With Your County AgentLike weeks vacation, in the Smoky busy day. If you have to go Names Listed in telling those that don't know about my sur-
SALESOne m.; Evening Worship. 7:30 Mountains somewhere: please drive care- Copies of a list of student
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- gery the reason I have not been to see them and to
p. m. The life names and their homerooms I
you save may
'mile S.E. Keystone Frayer Meeting.: Wed., 7:30p. : little 1 man and Mr. and Mrs. Her-I be yours or mine. will be posted In A. B. and C reaffirm that I AJI STILL IN THE RACE. FOR
to give one more plants produce fruit and
{leights<< on Route 100. m.; O. A. Meeting WeA. about the bert Norman and buildings! If a student's name YOUR CITY (COUNCILMAN, GROUP 1, on Sept.
bit of information plant producing a product to
few days In Key West! I
7:30: p. 'm; Choir Rehearsal. spent a does not appear (on this list. 10th.
OPEN SUNDAYS earwigs we talked about last harvest likes! a sufficient amount -
Wed., Brother- recently ho should report, to the following -'
I Phone 473-4320 7:30: p. m.: week since they have beenso of potash to properly! Mrs Jo Ann Osteen of CLASP ENVELOPES, all ORIE WIGGINS
hood meeting last rooms:
numerous during the past mature that product. These sizes.Bradford County Telegraph -
Jacksonville Saturday
In each month. ROT. David few weeks and this cannot be elements also-have other func- spent !9 J and 10 grades: C-2: (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
r Medelros vator. night with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon ,:... ... ,. .
really explained. We have had tions which make It even Jones. I t ? tf* 4' 4.
some reports of their cutting more necessary to be sure Mr. and Mrs C. C. Crosby,
roots on some plants. growing conditions are about were visiting Mr and Mrs.
City Fish and Meat Market My sister was here from right. Lee Flake on Half Moon Lake
Tallahassee last week.: About 2 Fumigate the soil-One of Friday ..e i
607 E. BROWNLEE STREET 19 or 20 years, ago she mar- our research men said a few Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman
ried a, young man who had years ago. that the time was visited! their son-in-law and RV1VAL
come with his parents from coming when it would be nec- daughter. Mr and Mrs Vernon -
WEEKEND SPECIALSCHUCK London, England while he was essary to fight insects and Taylor In Jacksonville
quite young. She remarked parasites that live In the soU Sunday.

that she had heard her hus more than those above the Mr. and Mrp. 0. .E. Crosbyand
STEAK ROAST band's folks talk about ear soil. Probably the destructive
or -- lb. 59c most Mrs. J. L. Johns were
wigs. Seems that a long time parasite' we have affecting guests of the Crosby's daugh

RIB STEAK lb. 79c ago most ladles In Englandwore the production of ter Mrs Beverly Spence, In
a wig. Many of these strawberries Is the nematode. Jacksonville Sunday. FIRST BAPTIST
:ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69c ladies These insects had several would get wigs.Into Soil insurance fumigation for Is reducing your only the Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs A.were A.Saturday Ortagusof

Fresh< the wig. Once in a while they number of nematodes in the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace -
orSMOKED would fall to Pick them all soil. Solano, Mrs. Annie Saun- CORNER JEFFERSON AND CLARK STREETS
PICNICS lb. 39c out, the Insect would then 3. Use black polyethylene ders and Debbie. I IMT. !

crawl Into the ladies ear- Plastic for mulching..v I ,.can and Mrs. Walter Alvarez STARKE FLORIDASEPTEMBER
raJe "A" Dell Earwig. U well '' ,
WholeFRYERS thus the name remember how1 our and children of Macclennywere
Limit 3 lb. 29c you have a better source of information growers would remark few visiting his parents Mr.1!
naming these In- years ago that If they had to' and Mrs. Tate Alvarez Sunday -
;t'i; Not SlicedSMOKED sects, let our entomologist, return to using straw for' *> '. 7'" I
Jim Brogdon, In Gainesville mulching they would not grow Mr. and Mrs. G n'Bowers I
BACON lb. 39c 1-8
know. strawberries. This plastic ma-, and Tlllman Hanburjf of Jack
STRAWBERRY GROWERS terial has many advantages sonville! were guests of Mr.I
Pork Loirf EndROAST
You may be planning on favorable to this crop. It Is I and Mrs. R. J. Crosby Sun-
: or CHOPS lb. 39c having strawberries In your equally Important In the groupof day. .
garden or you may be plan- MUSTS. i Little Tammie and Carl J SERVICES AT 12 NOON (LIGHT LUNCH)

:WHITE BACON lb. 39c ning for ten or more acres. STRAWBERRY MEETING: 'Johns are spending this week
Whichever the case, a few Each approaching strawberry with their grandparents; Mr. AND 7:30 P. M.

PIG FEET 3 lbs. 39c important and practical jobs season offers an opportunity and Mrs. L. J. Carter In Jack-I .. .
need to be considered. Thishas to discuss! one or more sonville.Mr. I -.r-
:- nothing to do with the|1, nw developments. It may be and Mrs.( Otis Crawford'
TURKEY NECKS LB. 19c Three Musketeers but ws do: the introduction of another of Gainesville were guests of
I about the THREE MUSTS variety it may be a change Mr.
talk: and Mrs. C. C. Crosby GREAT BIBLEPREACHING
:TURKEY WINGS LB. 29c to help 'Insure a good crop of I in soil fum'Ratlon'!! It may be Monday.
- strawberries the possibility! of better
Crosby and Otis Craw-
Smoked Ham Hocks lb. 29c 1. Test your soil.-Strawberries control In it may be a change ford were In Palatka on Monday -''
. like any crop supportedby meeting time and method. i
roots In the soil respond to It even may be something
: .. We Dress 'Em! soil conditions required by else. We are having a Strawberry Mr. and :Mrs Randolph
_ J I Crosby of Maxville and Bobby
. t. 1 ; that crop. Strawberries like a Growers meeting on
Crosby of
slightly acid soil. They havea September 5 in the Lawtey Gainesville were h

. City fish and Meat Market{ tore heavy you need root system a good: supply there- School potential Cofetorium.speakers has One Just of our returned Crosby guests of Friday.Mr. and Mrs. C. C. *

. c! phosphate. Strawberry from a National'! Mrs. L. A. CrosbY wa. honored
table! Growers vege-I with a family dinner

. I California. He has also dont!: ::1 Sunday the occasion being SPECIAL MUSIC
extensive research on' some! ol.1| her birthday. The children .
the practices mentlon d I| presented her with a new sewiner .
We, Will Be Closed The above We are looking forward''I machine.
to this being one of our best i M's. Laura Royal! 'of Lakeland !-
meetings in many years spent last week with Mr. *
Mark your calendar for' Sep : and Mrs Edward Norman.
Long Labor Day Weekend tember 5, 8 p. m. at Lawtey.. Mrs. Thurman Jones and son '
of Lady Lake spent Friday

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Normans.Our DR. ARTHUR W. RICH l.

Saturday, Aug. 31 and Monday, Sept. 2 HiwavBy \ dened to cornimml'y learn of the was deathof sad last EVANGELIST _

Mrs o. K. Mrs Myra Faulkner
CrosbytuauAU.aAAuAU1 week. Also Cecil Douglas and
I 1V./ Knight this week. Our
Happy birthday to J. R.
these families LAKELAND FLORIDA
Kelly, who was honored
witha '
cookout at his lake home by Well. Boys and Girls, the
Mrs Kelly Saturday school bells are ready to ring DR. RICH
BILL POWELL INSURANCE Rev. and Mrs. Dave Mede- again Tuesday morning. All
Iras and daughters were visit the teachers extend a warm :
STATE FARM INSURANCE ing their son and daughter welcome to you. For the ben-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mede- fit of elementary and,primary :, EVERYONE INVITED

HAROLD C. WALL, INC. iras In Dunedin Saturday. children, there' ,'
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones no fee this year. First
and daughter Darlene re- will need a birth

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TRVRSDAY, 29. IJ68: BRvlDFOKTI rOITMTT TFLPflRAPN. BTARItFI. n..n.m __, __ Section One Pan Plus

tar ID __...'JIII.iMo.--: -"', ,__ 1 1otA, ,"r,. wWcft. will work with: a:i I all who come to the noon hoo\:! 1 main topic\ slrca"the 'Cliilj PCW i I
I student commit' drawn I I services aid: will be kejt' well h',bits 'aaaessme:,its"of its' mem- ]
When Toil Use' An Andrews ('h r"e from, toe awtefii counc'l!:! will! BHS To Compete :, within:' ',the., ho-" fnm noon tint bdrshlp above ito regular! dues. *
Account ,, ocgln ,ODk1ng"o0 I the StUdtnt: : t II>1 1 p.m, so all "hs' at.end Can (Cl.ft President: jf E.' TphiU4-i:
Your Prescription Tax Records: handbook. \ return to work on tame: Rev, W. son called /or written sugges-, ..
are Kept For You fly Ua "I want the students and I A, Hogan, putcr; of the chtlrch. Plane' In;m the enMr? member
'he faculty to feel we're In (In c Grid; JamboreeTrnada announced ship.) The suggestions will, 'bcvaluritcd '
Andrews Drugs (together. I want th to I '
his m Everyone: Is invited\ to atc*>1. and recommendation+ '
P share 80 they will feel lik' : "grdeicl's'! ,\\'UI get tM'r and'fctfmQ' atorit at'lhe: -.1'eClUCs iA i nul} '! ve of Halifax, Njva Scot will\ be made'a6* a.: subsequent" .
For FastDcIhery Dlul 061-7170 SOgt I Ota hey hay" a vo'cs In the to. fast twits' of' actlcn ne:.>t Thurs. of t tae bUh schcol roaches.' :a. Dr. R ch lit recounted,: Rev. mpetlrg. .
-. + r nl schoopInIg) \ ," he\ told Coach vldIJurss H lan rays, as an outstanding! ; fn the past, the local CJvitarT
r-- --- ......-... .... lay 'Sept 5, A t 7:30: pm. whoft, At JamlKree. p
..".-1 Telegraph. cake
,_ the Club has sold Claxton fruit
h they partlclpnla In a fgr< tbaJlinmbrrce says. !live cciches a preview l pne4or In the Florida Baptist
I Copi-s 'of the handbook1avs at C'tzin's' : ) Field In cd'what', '''t<('lr' boys can do 'Convent::: en. He has served aa and halloween, candy as a means'" ,
If want to have b-elt given to all coun'y la'nesvjle.: ( : and a chance 'it> work on mis-! p:eslds:t of the Lakland: Ministerial cf fund rablnfl!, never asking fen;' *
you one monthly checkpay administrative pcrsonn"; !, the Coach David 'Htirse's 1968 gv'd-' ':lakes before the regular season Association and Mod ra- den: 'Mons /f'om the community.' : ,
for all your i insurance school) board members and des will start things: off the first 1 toj5.ii.: '! It also means a chance to- .of: the South Flvida: Baptist. I ,sat projects: have the from ; memh"rs of the Board o" quarter ,by tnklrz on Ocala, a for the schools) t> bolster I their Afsoc.atlcn.: to the mentally retarded scholsrphlps i
man Nat onwidc El School Trustees. Class AA schcol. The Torn '\lhletlc purses whit, : he adds. His: church: ran'cs rlf'h nona: / aid to the handicapped" t "!"' ;
is '111,. ; : .' Each faculty m"m'er: and 1,300 churches in gifts to mis- and sponsorship of.the Straw-
on your side! < O-O'i.:: \-es: will also play the fonts From the fan's paint( of view, ,
\. "!; tudent wll: als!? pet a c'py, juartor agalui't' pereniual: rival 'he'jamboree will ,be a chance'o slc.is.' berry} Festival,
The men from Nationwide will carefully an- ..1: :.'t'I :, \s' a maHer Of fact, Ding 'ala: ,''ka. see five a ea teams ,perform A graduate of ,bhe University: Next Tuesday's breakrut'umt'3t1na '
alyze all your insurance needs and combine them *ad| that M. and. the teacher( ( The round robin jamboree will ill In 'one night and a chanceto cf Richmond'! Va. Dr. Rich will feature Orvis Countyres Fair- ,
into one sound insurance program that's Nation- I .New ,HH Principal Ralph Dlegs; hands a copy'of' the 1908-69 have "gonover: them ! and -
wide's Security Service. I Student' Iland'book, to Reggie Flynn, president of the BUS Student 1t"01I"! rpeett"pv) < w -d for :3ainesville: H'gh ''Schcol Palate : average In the history of tbs dent' consultant.an j' .
Jr. word" and that during the Is Sl.'iO for adults unvers'ty.:, He otiudleii at the !
Council and son of Mr and Mrs. George Flynn :a Lincoln High School and Admission .
Then, with Nationwide's I first two days of school !Bradford $1 far students So 'hern! Theological Seminary, Fa'rbarks' will MOW ildes"V. '
One Check Plan, all Faculty'Handbooks have also been written. Both have been Hgh each play two nft
'neach,-rs will go over them '..culavl'le' Ky., and received a ard talk about the United State?
your insurance premiums life iuaro-( coo at a "dime, against
health, home, car, I liven to aU -ounty adminlitrallve personnel school memo word for word with the stu degree from Unto.Theoloalcal and tl< relationship with Latin '
wo different) The
and property can be combined into. one simple bers and members of the Board of School Trustees. Each faculty de ls." lamb oppcsients., Revival Begns: Seminary, Richmond, Va. American countries. Has spent
ree Is being tried cut for ..
monthly rayment.For I member'and. student- will also gel a. copy. P''rgs came to S'arke after i re first tine In Flo:'Ida. Sunday At First In June of 1967 complete details, call the ,I savins one :year .as assistant! I' !te sanctlored! by the Florida Off tor's. Degree from the University /t\ntp.rcao; : development pro- '
wide. man from Nation- to the president! of St. Johns ''eh'' School Athletic As'iocia'tlon' Baptist Church : of Richmond Trams' "
RIver Jr: College In Palatka
New Principal Completes{
Prior tt: that Iw was principal pr; ,Arthur W. Rich, pastor cf Ciyitans Search MORGAN ROAD cn.tPEL "
I of' Brpoksvllle H''gh Schiol!. Master's from Memphis Sat: re: Fist BaraMffi! Church of I
I And Handbook Before' oomlnn 'to Florida: Jniverslty. 'lakeland, I largest: Bap'lsthurch 7or Funds To Aid punday-0-45: a. m. Sunday:,
'4 t4uA Student 4 Faculty I.. In the "citrus capital! 0',1e .
served two nena-ate sclno'' Why did he come to Starke? Exceptional Child School 11:00: a. m. Morning
BILL POWELLPhone G 1e" dls'rlcti\ in Arkn-'si PS BUD- "It was a mlghtly big challenge wc-ld', ," will! h-Id evn nl3I'st-! Worship 6:00: p. m- Training' :
I Ralph-'Dlgg's, new BHS pr'nclpal "ilth the State Department of erintendent.;, He ,.s'a-'-,t h' with unl'm'.ted' poten o' services! at the First Biptls Aid: fcr, the eoc': r'aral,':: child, U lon, 7:00: p. m. ;Evening, .
961-GJfil') I has just completed worl 'ducatlon and the Southernlssoelatlon t-acWis. career at a science Hal" he ...said. "I'm here to Tvir-h.: In' Star'-c ,'jeglrnlrg:: Eun the Clvltan Club's main prtji': j! Worship. : :.
teach fay evcm'rg.! Sc,t. I.
401() W. Madison St. on his first "major project' of SecondaryI r a coacn. Marrlrfiilid 'iDlp Bradford County Hlgl fcr the currf.'t: rear was d',- Wednesday 7:30: Prayer a
since arriving In Starke abou I Schools and Colleges "insist t ) the fathT, of foucl1\), 3chool become ont of the bee Services! will be cPnd..ct?d r cussed: at the Club's Tuesday: Services. 1st and 3'd: Wednes-, : .
Starke Fla. + 'month: Jon printed policies, auldeI 1t;."n. the rrlrclpal h"lds tBachelor's In the state. We have mat: icon T-'tslay' ': ':''bo 1 cops' Fr do' Vt'u.: 27, 'breakfast, meeting.'
a ago. i
: Degree from wet week and rightly 'at 7:1:: night-7:00: p. m Family: :
Arkansas ,
fines which will govern the opportunities her he co Ways to earn funds to meet .
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jtn. L'thch' will be served t Night
consist State University: and eluded .
I operation of the school. 9 club's objective: were. the
( .paged and a faculty 'le !a'd that no copy of school '. aa a
\\111". 430 pages). Th ollcis was available when c .1' ,
The Man from Nationwide is onJVoutNationwide .
Si4g student handbook covers sue s arrived. i
I Items as insurance, graduation "Actually handbook; ghoul< ;
I requirements, otf-camput ie drawn ui over a long per
trips, and< student drivers. The od of time with faculty help: i :
I faculty handbook which Includes a s ateimnt:! of pol'cy': the 1MB-69 version was a on
i I and an outline of routine procedures :nan job because he felt 1
i delves Into, such matters necessary to get the hand
t as audl-vlsual equipment books printed Immediately.! : I. >
Mutual conference with parents, corporal He'also polrted out' that hi 1'.
Insurance Co.

Nationwide Nationwide Mutual Life Insurance Insurance Co.Co. I I I Ing development criteria.punishment and basic character"teachr' has working ulty already committees the appointed handbooks.! to begin'two"'Om fac'te' Close-Out On II New 1968 !

Home Office: Columbus, Ohio i DIggs explained that lie committee will work on tin'e' I. .
wrote the handbooks because faculty handbook and th'' 1 M

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Services Held Ohio. I church and I often opcn and tor who filled the order and let In It.': lOBlut... uC Tliulnitt 11. TO: All Oreilltom, nnd PurMimnllHvliiK .

Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- r : 'close the doors. Our good janitor -I me have them at a low price Johns" Ducuuuod.NOTICMl.. .v CREDITORS: Maid Claim Jo,....tate.l'ou UI'. l>umaiidAHHlnHt .

ham visited! his aunt. Mrs. I Jane was in an auto wreck Now my friends are helping me All creditor- of the e.tate of and each of you are her*

For Mr. Knight, Audrey Packham. at Winter r 11I and is now In the hospital. So pay the $35; and the glasses are are Thelma.hereby K. notified Johns, h.ce.e"and re-, by notified any claims and'requlred, and demand to present -.

Park on Monday. ; r\r I may open church Sunday. I I II on the way to Victor( One eye qulred to file any claims or which you or either 1 of you
Starke AttorneyHollis Mrs. P. C. Mabry was at lead ,the singing In Sunday Is worse than the other. I am demands which they may have may have, ;against the: eetate of
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aftalnat Said estate In the office MAMIIO: ULAK>0 WORTH CON-
home for a couple of days School, and choose the two happy. Maybe these things I get uf the County Judge of :lhLI; : ,. rieceaHeil, late of aid

V. Knight, 65, prominent 'ast week before returning to hymns. So I am busy and happy, done are the reason God let me Jlradford County. Floilua, In County. to. the County Judge of
the Courthouse. at atarke, Bradford County Florida, at his.
Starke attorney, was fount Jacksonville where she Is I am having fun making live when Don was killed just Florida. within alx calendal' office In the Courthouse of said.
dead about 10 a. m. !Monday a pending some time with her sweet chunk !pIckles over atClara'S six years ago this '.lug. US, andI months from the date ot the County at Stance Florida within -
first publication)& of thin notice. six. calendar month from the
)his'' home on Walnub Street sister, Mrs. A. J. Lowery who house. Clara is my son's was left lonely. Each claim or demand mum .>.. time of the firm publication of
where he lived alone. recently underwent eye sur I wife's sister whom I love. She My Recipe: Hero of Late :I In writing and muat. mate the thin notice. Each: claim or demand
Wherein I rejoice as the sum- and salve place worms, on other sores raised the cucumbers: and fur Have. Been
Making Shortcake. I
Dr. H. H. ,who ,
Adams examined gery.Miss addrvMH of the claimant shall Mute the place of residencend
the body for a coroner's Tammy Itersey Is mer lengthens into Autumn. and wrapped them in gauae.: I nishes all the things needed, Got a Can of Peach Pie Mix: in and mud. be sworn to by the .. punt' office address of tlkttluimunt

'Jury an!Id death had occurred spending this week with her Each day for me is a holiday loved taking care of the chil- and I have them started. It a Can. I Buttered a Glass Baking claimant, ,or his It. agent will bexumu or ,his void attorney ,ney' and, any his, such agent claim, his or attor.demand

about 36 hours earlier and tha' grandparents, Mr. and Mra. and I thank our Father on my dren, and kissing the teal's from takes about 14 days .to finish Dish and Spread Out toe arpordinfr to law.S nut so filed shall be void.
If'resulted: apparently from d Douglass In Lake Butler. knees each day for all my blessings little ones face e CARL. 1... JOHNSS tat., accompanied by filing fee
heart attack. Mr. Knight hat' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. and happiness. I pray(. for'. homesick.:> Such a good and: the west when I lived in Ne! Just Half a Box of Yellow Cake Sandra J. DurkoeSANUHA if One Dollar <1.00).

'been in ill health for several ercy Sullivan Jr.. and Percy others. beautiful! life for a teacher. full braska. Mix of Course 1 Egg and 3-4 J. DLYRKEIOCo4dminlstrat'ts. 01 the Kfl- mlnlBtrator aurrnre' C.of Connell the Statute.As Ad-o-f
'17 ("Rusty") Sunday A home with children needs of love and Joy, away out in the When I took ,the College Seminar Water ,
years following a heart attack on were Cup Spread on Top of tate of TI1EUWA. R. JOHNS:; :, .Mamie. Hlooclworth Connell
about three years ago. Mrs. John McLeod. Bcky3nd I I something more country at the big schoolhouse trip around the world in Fruit Mix and Bake. It is a Good dacraaxl.KuKcnn. iU't'miHfd, --

'Mr. Knight was born In Lake. David of St. Augustine; Than brooms for sweeping! a We also liud a cafeteria. Sach l3( I was in Russia two weeks. Short Cake and Ve.'Y Easy EUISKNW: ; F.T R Shaw SHAW 8.211-4t-9.19
tidy floor. good biscuits and food We said There I met Victor LImlrnav! 142 Went 'all .Street
Butler on April: 10. 1903 the son Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strick a HELPFUL HINTS: (Make a lTMK riMCI IT rOt'HT Oil'
ot the late Dn.tiel Ernest and! land of Florahome" : Mr. and Jean Mundy It needs an ointment for small, a prayer of thanks and the ate high school ..boy about 15 who qiVck! substitute: :colander by Stark, Fluri'laAttorney for Co-Allmlnl.trBtora IIHlltOH. CUUVrY.' FI.OH

Nancy Langford( Knight. His fa Mrs. Elmer Fulghum Jr., and bruised knees. so peaceful and happy Such spoke English qul'e well He had punching: holes in an aluminum First Pub.leatkm: : Augutil II.19S8. 'I"l>,%. <:l\ll.\il..|,ll A"I'IO"O...n uf LINt'! UAIB SAB.HIO .

ther. Col. Knight! was also a Mr. and Mrs. Percy SullivanSr. Develops Tall rope swings! under shady happy memories: now in days of been taught by his mother to throw-away pie pla'e. My friend ./. 4t 8-29 ri ('"..:It. n minor.NO'IUK .

well-known Starke attorney. and of Palatka; Rev. and Mrs. I trees. retirement I often hear from love the USA ,because she had cuts yellow cucumbers in lather rilll: HI'A'llUK UPI>OPTIOM"'LUItID.TO SUIT

served In the State Senate. His Ovid Lewis of Tallahassee New Tests Kites that climb on a windy my former pupils, and :now eaten food we sent .to( her !in thin slices lengthwise flours la Court. Of The Cimnty Jmlrn- K kTIK. MAH Tl .'...:1& PIIM.
and Mr. and Mrs. Doley Her- dayFunny grown with children, such beautiful .. Leningrad when she was a little and fries. Says good. llrnilfiiril. County, "Clefs" (U MK.Mfcll MiSS. TO""YII'I'
moher was admitted to the I I Klorlil.i.. 1:0 Probnt : -:"IATI IIA1. MOIStER
practice of law in Fort Pierce sey and Robin. secrets that !child lips children, and I have s' girl and hungry. Now Victors So now your old schoolteacher, In ,'. : ... Kntale of Ethel. Uf ,MAID ('UII.",
Miss Dorothy Mills accom- For RetardedA say. many more now to love. Whoopee a college graduate, Is mar- now in her home state of In. Mm, : :\ hits JJui'eiiBfil.. You are hereby.. notified that
e In 1906. and was said to be the ...L Whom It May Con Orlnley I Lunmr Tucker and his.
fifth woman In the state to gain nanied her cousin. Rev. Ovid Dogs and kittens and bugs and I Life Is good. led and has a little boy. He is diana sends love and prayersto ifrn: wile, Mnmle, Clark Turker have

e that distinction.In Lewis of Tallahassee and Mrs native of Starke Miss toads. Life for me thlt summer has !serving his time as a soldier. all my dear pup.la and their 1 Notice I IM, hereby given that his flli-d thrlr sworn petition for
Flowers Olin W. White Jr. hue filed I the adoption of LIsa On ye Tuckfr -
addJtion to being a well- LewIs.
A known trial lawyer Mr. Kntght Church, where Rev. Lewis aponsible for many of the course have any church whereI very Lullabies! deceased: that he has filed hU ,notified and required to file
served at various times as a brought the message Sunday smiles that now brighten the when a child can'tsleep walk to each Sunday morningI French, and Russian. He is a Park! I send my love and pray petition for final discharge our answer or other defense to

District State! Attorney, former evening. once dark faces of the mental. have, for some months taken Scientist. He writes me to tell ers and. I am so proud of my and that ha will apply to the ,said. petition with the under-
A home is :are of the church or in the USA that he County Judge of Jlradford. sCounty ,lien.'! Clerk of the above Court.
more than place to programs everyone
J arke city: judge former Asm ly retarded a I Clay Hill pupil now doing sucha Florida. on the 20th f 1 nnd, curve a ropy thereof upon
cistant _u. S._ District. Attorney, Many of the smiles are the sweep. bulletins. I would too at the is a soldier hates war and we .wonderful job taking care of day of September, 1911$. for approval J llolllH V. Knight attorney for
parsonage and pick them up. going must NEVER fight each other. I ot name and fur final I Petitioners, P. O. Drawer F.Starke .
direct result of manual his business.
I a of Ielen Wenhlmer
Bounty prosecuting attorney and discharge a* Executor of the i! Florida. all on or before
Attorney for the Board of Coun. let's Go diagnostic tests which are used Yes a home is more than a before the first bell rang. He calls me Grandma and for God Bless You Every One. estate ot Ethel Mnnd\ White (i;>.t..h"r 1st, IKDS. otherwise. the

tyCommissioners._ He was a \Itt to gra.de the level of recreational place] to sweep, and so was our now our Pastor is on vacation! :many years has listened to Voicef Love LURA. deceased, 190H o-n this 13tli day. orAuguit .IJ I l>.illHRHtlorm e taken as of ronfenKed said. petition bv you.may

member cf the Elks Lodge. and I activity: attainable by school at Clay Hill more than a for three weks. He made: on'' f America on his radio. He Olin W. White Jr. This. notice shall. he published
J the mentally retarded indlv lace to learn out of a book.I the programs for each Sinday ''oves our way of life and wrtes! Executor. or the entate of flee each week for the next
thf First Presbyterian Church: Gardening. Ethel Mandy White. demeaned.IS r four !consecutive, weekly Issue
:' cS( tarkeHe was also a charier dual.Miss so well remember the supplieswe ind then made! enorah bulletins 'Grandma God is good to give LEGAL FORMS. Bradford / 4t 9-5 >f rirnclfnril, Oounty' Telegraph.;
Mundy daughter of had to take care of any hurtor for the members attending the ion such good health." So he County Telegraph. Ph. -- W1T.VKS.S my hand and the
member of the University .. '
service. Before he left he brou- Dclleves in God. He sent me the IV, TUB' COIRT Ol TUB ..lor s..ld l Court at Starke,
: Florida.! chapter of Delta, Tau 9y Bervey SIuup! Editor Mrs. Leila Mundy, compiled sore that a child might have. 9646305. (OVNTY JI'IXiK.: lIlt \nFOlln I Ir lorlrla. this 2nrt day of August.
Delta. the manual while working on The children came early and ght them all to me and now I 'orescription for his strong glass- roi-NTV. Fi.oiiini.\ pnoH'I' r 11188.11 .
Agricultural Kx- take them from my home:> earlyto !s. He said he could not get nice .:. / / Charles A. 1)arluy Clerk
I a project financed by the Kennedy stayed all day until almost 4
Surviving are daughter .....oa MIMIH of the Circuit Court nrad-
one S.iwla. I M 1 ": KHtntr "t
church, before the guest! minIster 'rames or even the strong lens. In Th. Cuiinly .....1...', CourtIn ,i .
: Mr William Colson. of Jacksonville Foundation At the time o'clock. I often pulled the loose .. 11I,000"01l'I'H ('O\ %" "1LI,. l).- ford) County, Florida.
: three sons Charles E..Wifht -. I she was workingon her Masters tooth, put medicine on ring- comes. I have a key to the So I went to my good eye doc- Florida And, 1.K .r Prohnte Bradford\.o.County, ,crssrl.!'MUTICR TO rRBWlTOHSTYPEWRITERS (COl'KT: BRAW) 8-29-41-11.111!

Winter Haven; Hollis V. Lawns are like lad es' hair 1 Degree in physical education ,

(Knight Jr.. in Vietnam; and Ed- both can be bleached ,to a at Florida State Univer-- .

wtfrd; J. Knight Stirke: ; onebrother straw blonde. sity. She Is now studying for :M -

Paul E. Knight Coral And both can lead to trou- her doctorate' at Columbia Uni ; 1 IIT

OHbles.. ; eight grandchildren, versity. ; _
ble.This ,
The diagnostic theory of the
ndpne> great-grandchild. Is :true if a blonde hal
'l'iRieral' services were held at gets on the lapel of the husband Starke native Is now beinj

1 phi.:; Wednesday in Jones Me- of a brunette. studied and used throughout' L g&i;;
the Southeast and has
:nival Chapel with< the Vener- Since it Is easier to explain gained

':'a'ble'.}red O. Yerkes officiating.! leached-or bleachedlawns.. national prominence with the

..GUemorteltzatkm was, ,by crema- let's stick to plant problems. Kennedy Foundation.The C
.* tfl>rr'DiWitt: C. Jones Funeral" Summer deluges of rain often manual has created wide NEW MOBILE HOMES Chic : Manual or p.

Home was in charge of arrange wash the plant food out Interest because, while many f If you find your name among the Classified Ads, kasba 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. Electric For sale or rent. -

.nwnts.IHERESSA. of the plant root zone and mentally retarded persons can Clemson Layton travel trailers Bradford County Telegraph
.e cause jaundice -colored grass be trained to work there has come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Liberty, Taylor Azalea
been a need for to sell Year bank L
IVyyyyyyyyyyy-wyyyyy. activities Buy trade. financing
So inspect lawn.
--... could be losing your its lush green fill their! leisure hours. FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- free sat up and de,: George E. LaRue

The tests developed by, Miss livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER.
: color )if there was a near Mundy take about 45 minutesto Theatre Passes in. MART INC., 6912 BlandIng,, INSURANCE AGENCY
.. this summer. over your home administer to the individual. ---- Jax. 771-8776. tfchg!; I Auto. fire HomeownersLIFE I

By Dorothy Mills Generally they assess a HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR RefrigeratIon & ACCIDENT
Centipede grass Is often the person's USED VACUUM, clean.. reconditioned -
strengths and weak ,
Phone 473-4518
.. first to take on a yellow cast that I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I Service. Home and $15 up. 10 different Keystone Heights 473-4602:
nesses so an individual CLASSIFIED A!) RATES .
.AAAAAAA..4.. following heavy leaching.An recreation program can be de 710 Lemon St. PiUaUtaFurniture .. Commercial. Phone 473-3090- name brand to ehooM from.

Hope Baptist Church application of an iron veloped. Before the receratlon 1 1proll'l'am Up to 15 word. ____._ 1.23 I Repaired P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfehg Part & excellent repairs aM WANTED USED cook 'I
Sunday School 10 a. m.; like sulfate usually will cure was developed on a'' (Minimum charge) Upholstered & Refinished THANK YOU NOTESBeautifully makes. KIRBY SALES A stove or electric, refrigerators I'I I

Morning Worship. 11 a. m.; an ailing grass. trial and error basis. Ewh word over 15 .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT engraved In gold or Sw4RVICE 376-7110.: 712 N. Mato.: Galnesvllle beds dinette sets. bedroom )?1 GUARANTEED Quality Wat-

Training Union 6:30: p. m.: How: much to apply dependson The tests include having the ? New Innersprings tilver. $1.2.1:) for box of 25, Including tfchg sets sofas and chairs. Phone I kim Products. For free dellvery -

Evening Worship 11 a. m.: the soil and several other individual point out objects Extra charge If not and H,x!: Springs envelopes. Bradford DID YOU KNOW It's easy to 964-7923! Dahmers. tfchg! phone 964- 094. tfchg
) '
I ro I'd A Card CullPAIATKA
Wednesday evening Prayer factors. If this sounds too I such as. a ball and a chair; |mlil In advance -__ .35 (> or foiinty Telegraph. tf own a Longchamp Home?
Service 7:30: p. m., with choir KA: 5-M168 TYPEWRITERS: Manual or BUY SELLTRADB
complicated. try a spray of drop and pick up items: walk. I -
Better built lor l''hrf> a liv-
practice following the service. two teaspoons of iron sulfate turn and distinguish right and Memorials ItlKH.! l'1'.QUY': HHAM.KR INSURANCEAT Llectrlc. For ,Hale or rent. BILL POWELL
Resolutions ing. Your
plan ours
] V'J .
K. Adklnx St.
Attendance at Sunday per three gallons of water. 1cft.pIay. (catCh, ball:-"'. .march; ] RATES Ytmr lot or ours Contact Bu- tiradford County Telegraph. Real EatateAirconditioned
School Sunday was 92. On Sun- Apply this to about 50 square trace ,.aM wV-out I shapes. I 7 cents, per word Sbu-ka. < Agent, A UT). KIKE BOAT ford Mitchell. 964-

day i afternoon baptismal rita feet of lawn area. -' .' .. iso" ii'i': 11)). CONNER phone Ulled Mowers Push or Ride I concrete block
6853. P. O. Box 238 tarke.
B'OR SALIO or rent 4-bpil- INSURANCE AGENCY home
) on paved street beautifully
were: held at the Silver Lak// \Ve Trade We
Chelated iron products CARDS OF RrpulrFIRESTONK I
are THANKS room, brick home, nlr-cuiull-! tftfKT
home of Rev. and Mrs M-.rle digested slowly l I tfchg I landscaped and fenced
Packham as Mrs. Mary Wilcox among the chemicals recommended This, mean applying fertilizer SO worl., or lawn --- SOU) I Uoneil, anil pi'ntrul luitt, fine II Pick I -1650 sq. ft. of Improved lIv.
to green up bleached location, 323 N W.''nut fit'' Flee Up Service
of Keystone Heights came that contains ,organic JIMMY MOORE'S\ ing ureax- $100 Down, appro
lawns. I' City
into nitrogen. Iizcti: word ova ? 60 __ .01 $130 per month ivu: >ilili-- August ximately $73.00 month.
,the membership of Hope per
Church. Lawns with I've-had-It sum Organic plant food con be .1 > 25, cull Calm. 4 IIe;, 370- AND USED SUN SPORTS Phone II .I.1r.9aI :
mer weary look will also snap 9000' tl'HEW 8/2U'j tf $100 DOWN SRi i% INTEREST
as I it SALES-I'A
smelly contain
CoAinunlly CenterCommunity may sewerage KTS-SEKVICE. I
to green life with an" application UPTOWN MOORE] BOAT TOK TWO hOMES: AVAILABLEYou
residents' of al! ,sludge, castor: p:>mace. Deep & Shallow Wells _
of fertilizer. Lakeside Home don't have la be a vet to
cottonseed and I USKU) r'UUMlUKKAND
ages are welcome at the recreation meal choice Water Softeners: & Filters PUrke Ph. 604S791SERVICE ; '
buy these
period held each Your county agricultural parts of dead fish. 2 I APPLIANCESUPIIOLSTEUINf>> ; newly reconditionedV.
Story 4 G; Rooms Fxpert Service On I A. homes.
agent Is a good to Check the odor -
person of the
Monday organic -
evening beginning a ;
7W.:: at the' Theressa Community tell you ,the kind and the rate materials before apply- $9,150 All Makes!l SPECIAL: I'I II I IFENNELL'S Concrete Block 2 & 3 bedrooms

Center. of application.If InR' if it seems a bit too rancid I S. E. Phone' 9617001DURKANCE Ski Rli: -. .195.09: : {
McKay Realtor New !Model Engines arriving We are VA-KIIA
specialists.See .
be 1'UMP
PERSONALSGueets he Isn't handy try 25 sure to apply it on the
of Mr. and Mrs. LK.huda pounds of 6-6-6 1 Hi 1V15. RI). :.101 HtllrkeSALE3bedroom qualifying done In oar! office.
;: on Friday were his per 1.000 square feet of If. you want' to get even witha 473-4816 I
daughter and son-in-law, Mr grass. neighbor who .sabotaged FOB SALE-BHICK HOUSE!: FOR RENT TV sets baby 401* Madison St. Phone 964-6464.
and 'Mrs. Humphrey of Ft Some experts say that your last 'patio) 'party with HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom beds electric guitars and am- FOR SEVERAL G'OD USED

Pierce who were returning lawns won't get a' stomachache charcoal fumes and burnt $2.00 per vehicle state appro- IVii bath. located. just!; plifiers, refrigerators! by day. 1 bath. Machines for sale Adding
concrete block elec-
Bte ks. then Jet some of the ved Weaver outside of city limits! In week or month. Phone 964- house. Large cor- -
to-H.their..home after a visit U if the fertilizer can ba. Inspection EQuip- I I ner lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. tries; subtraction credit bal
organic fer tllizer odors drift ment. See George Ricks, 314| Plnnbreeze. Easy ironthly 7923. Dahmers. tfchg
_. anCi!. Bradford
m $11 SOl). Ph. 964-5887. 8tp-9-13 County Telegraph -
its I ,.
way.- milenorth, of Starke on 301. terms. Longchamp Coat Co. .
FOR RENT Air-conditioned tf
: Often -the soil in'some lawns come out at Contact Bifoid Mltcocll.,
your convenience FORD AIR CONDITIONER For
At Store'"Where furnished efficiency
Griffis ot' h apart-
Shop gets packed hard from sum- or call for appointment. pone 904-6853 P. O. Box], ment. Across from BHS. $50 Mo. sale 1-2 priced. Dahmers DisCount FOR SALE By Owner.

Quality 13 Always Guaranteed mer traffic or rootboundwith Guaranteed. Ph. 964-5184. DoItYourselfSEAMLESS ?:38 J Starke. tf,h", Renner Apts. 633 McMahon St. House. ltchg Modern 3 bdrm. block house.

In such roots from near-by trees. _ _ tfchs MEN WANTED Laundry Ph. P64-6270 tfchg FOR SALE-SpInet Piano in close In town plus 30 x 30
cases it's a good Ideato -
blk. bldg. on location. Ph.
loosen and areify the soil WANTED-3 men and 3 women ,, workers Kitchen aids laborers ALUMINUM PRODUCTS good condition. 127 LafayetteSt. 964-5174. Starke
around the grass roots. for Mobile home and Home Improvement cottage parents, watchman Awnings Patios, Cabanas or call 964-5951 after 3 p. m.tfchK.

., Hand aeriflers are on .sale Sales. Cabanas, carports I cooks and clerks, ground- Carport, Boatsheda Utility : CLOSING OUT all Motorola color

at garden supply stores. If patio awnings, screen:! enclosure keeper truck driver. Five Bldg"3. ln4tiHBdl An !Florida. TV at large discount prices.
'day week eight hour day., ; 'HOUSE FOR SALE-Jn quietneighborhood. Uanmer's
you need a power model then utility bldgs. Will train. FLOORING Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts. Discount Mouse
II. check with a professional lawn Call for appointment. Aluminum State retirement vacations, Ph. 473-4173 I I Approximately 4tcng- !-2:!
..qi FRI., SAT., SUN., MON. maintenance\ i!.man. Products. All Florida Mobile sick leave.If Interested. please tfchg'WAITRESS 1700 sq. ft. living area. 3 bedrooms

Open All Day Labor Day Once 'the .soil' has been loosened Home 473-4178 tfchg I apply In person Personnel WANTED Applyin ((2 with paneled accent WANTED USED WRINGER

a. and the lawn Is dry apply Manager, Sunland TrainIng person B & O Truck Stop wall); 2 'ibaths: living room; kit- washer: Will pay cash or takeIn

BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. 'the fertilizer then water FOR SALE-14 ft. 6 In. Seafury Center. Gainesville, Fla. U. S. 301 South. tfch; chen with dining area. 14 x 30 trade ..on anything. Dahmers
$1 the runabout 40 hp. Evinrude, electric tfchg ft. Fla." room with family proof Dicount House. tchg
grass to the
chemical. prevent starterelectrlc;, .pushbutton A. J. Thomas, Realtor General paneling fire place for gas log
BACON Ib 39c from ': in the plant food shift generator. Murray tilt MAMA PRIEST Nursery Real Estate and Appraisingfor and built in book cases. Office FOR SALE
blades burning the grass' trailer. Used very little: perfect i- School now accepting reser- Estates. Corporations and or 4th bedroom. All centrally acres land with 40 pecan .bearIng -

PICNICS lb. 35c For condition. Phone 473-3022 Keystone 1 vations. Ages 3 thru 5. Phone Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience -I heated and air conditioned. Double trees. On Florida Power &
accuracy and uniformity Heights. tfchg WANTED-Lot or small acreage 964-7254. 6tchg 8.29 in Florida Land Mat. carport and 24 x 45 ft. gar Light; air-conditioned ideal location

RED HOTS 3 Ibs. ,: usfe a lawn fertilizer near Starke or Hampton. Frank ters. 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. I. age. Shady lot 100 x 150 ft. on Bessent Road. Reason-

1.00 preadtr. TilE KEY TO Stefllk, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 6-A, Bun. MEN WANTED-Men cottage 964-5701. TF" Chg :Priced right. Call 964-7498 for ably priced. Call Gene Shaw.
Lawn Insects may continue lell Fla. 2t91; $ parents. Age 21-60. Starting appointment 2tchg' 9-5 9ff4-5200. 3 tchg-9-5
BEEF LIVER LB. 29c to be troublesome during the Gracious Living pay $295 month. promotion I DRESS MAKING Alterationsand

early: fall, especially fall Town House MOTEL ROOMS for rent very opportunities and regular Increases Speciality Sewing. Mrs. SMALL HOUSE for rent. Fur: KINGSLEY LAKE: For rent-

NECK BONES, LB. 19c army worms. sod webworm.s, r low weekly rate. Phone 964- In pay. 8 hour day, Elite Crosby. phone 964-6308, nished. Very nice for couple Furnished cottage. 3 rooms

and mole crickets. When recognized APARTMENTS 6985, Underwood Motel, 5 day week sick leave vaca- Westmoreland Trailer Park. only.' R. W. Brannen. 520 W. and bath. Available to June.

BEEF TRIPE LB. 19c however. these) Insectsare Sell or RentFurnished 2tchg-9ED'S 5'' tions, state retirement. If Interested 4tp 9-5 Weldon St.. Starke. Fla. Itp Adults. Phone 533-2056 Mrs.

easily controlled. I please apply in per Bence, 16-8-22
For Information on controlling I I WELDING All types Personnel Sun- HOUSE TRAILER for sale 22
son Manager HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bed-
HAMBURGER lb. 49c these and other bugs. or Unfurnished I \welding and repairs; porch rails I land Training Center Oalnesvllle. rooms, 2 >baths and Florida ft. long. To be seen at Madame FOR SALE OR RENTUnfurn.'shed .

contac your county agricultural Uuford Mitchell I St posts, custom made. 5 ml. Fla. 3tchg' -9-12 room. Central heat, corner lot. Mary, palm reader 3 miles S room house. Contact

ROUND STEAK lb. 89c agent. Phones 1 west on 16, turn risht;, 1 blockon Phone 964-5871. 3tp-9-15 south, on 301. ltp Jeff Baker, Hampton. Itp

96I-G833 9il-fi7M( I Crawford Rd. Phone 904-7145 I. STRAYED ,black and white,

TBONE; STEAK lb. or 964-G489.!) 4tchg-9-5 steer. Owner may claim and pay SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned 1 BOY OR GIRL? LOST-In Post Office block, Fla.
89c I for keep and ad. Call 964-5172. oiled and adjusted in No matter which you 11 want I driver's license. Name Lynda.
CHUCK ?HRftlSTKK IVOTK'H OK KICTITIOUtt HITKMTIO: Tfl FOR RENT-Spacious! three TWO BEDROOM:\ house on II 4tp-9-12, home. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs to look your best in the months Sue! Nixon Hawkins. Finder call

STEAK lb. 59c I N.IUMNolle furnished acre. Pecan trees school bus also. All work guaranteed. head. Let us help. Expectantly I 964-7829.:! Reward. Itp
room apartment. Air
Is hereby given that at corner. $300 FOR SALE-1964. Honda "Trail I Yours Gainesville's exclusive
the undermined. under >nprovisions conditioned private entrance $7,000 Dennis E. Cogglns Rt. 1, Box
RIB STEAK Ib. 79c of Soctlon 80S.09. 414 W. mortgage.' Low monthly pay- 55," good condition: also new 89, Raiford. 4tp-9-12 maternity shop. 706 W. University. FOR RENT-2 bedroom frame
Ph. 2o93tp .
Florida Statutes. 1945 will rKlster > ments. Ph. flij-B2io.( trchg crash helmet with -bubble shield Itchg house, furnished; 1 acre, 1 mileW.

TURKEY WINGS lb. I I Circuit Court with ,the In and Clerk for of Brad the. -9-12 Both for $100. Ph. 4734362. I Lawtey on SR-223. Phone 782-
I 29c ford< County Florida. upon receipt FOR SALE21 ucres Road 100 Keystone Hjts. 2tchg-8-29 FOR SALE-2 BR house nice To Settle an Estate 3085. lIp>
: of pioof of publication LABORERS WANTED Permanent wesl O. C Case.i phone IHMItp- neighborhood, carport, etc. $500 9 Acres 3.00000; 8 half acre
:ALL MEAT STEW lb. 69c I of*.JI'.ot: AU.RN notice U-TRAUK the fictitious' I" position, all company B4U2! MAGNETIC CAR AND TRUCK: down. Phone 964-->801. tfchg lots $85000 each: 3 A lot S3.- FOR SALE-Duo-Therm frero-

under which I am niraK"d In benefits. Minimum starting rate SIGNS -Advertising Specialties.J. .. ,
100),00. Just out of town and near rene space heater with fan and
GRIFFIS Fla.btisliieti on. 3 301 miles, P. 14 O.. of Box tjtitrks 1177Htnrke. $1 CO. Age 18-45. Apply Southern CASH KKCIvrKK: : : PU"ER-Na. W, Plympton Itt ,I, Box 30., 'VANTED-Whlte lady to live in paved road. Prefer cash but, 50 gal. drum 5000. Good con-

::. STORE Fin Wood Preserving Company,, lineal Cash KvuMcr( and all other La\'I'tey. Fla. Itp 1 with elderly lady. $75 month, would consider terms. .A. J. Tho. dition. Call 964-5580 after 4 p.m.
Eddie Allen P. O. Box 11T7. Baldwin, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.2tchr95. .
( Starke. Flu.. .sole owner. modi-Is... Itrddford County -oom and ..board. Call 964-7254. mas, Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. lip
: SAlGRIFFIR Dated this 8th day of August : 1 lplrBI'''. tf WANTED Women >to pick eggs i _
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Aroused Publics Ahead of By Alice McGarvejr

Politicians on Law and OrderWith When we talk of law and or- i. T 7 f
der these days we are likelyto
both political parties placing to misdemeanor, and of imposing assume that "in the good

strong emphasis on the "law fines instead of imprisonment.There old days" all citizens were 9t PAUL A j

and order" issue, there are indica- has been a definite trend law' abiding. This was not so, / .
tions that public opinion may toward a firmer attitude in the at least in this area and the ----

have beaten the platform writersto courts. fact that there was an army '
All alcoholic beveragesbeer -
the draw. Miami police reported a sixty- camp nearby was not the reason -
wine, and distilled. spirits .
A feeling is growing throughoutthe two per cent decrease in crime in One for.such the scrape many occurred shootings.in -contain ethyl alcohol In

Nation, that a turning point what had been a high-crime area Lawtey twenty-five years ago varying proportions.
has been reached in public atti- after they flooded the section with and while it ended in tragedyit Although alcohol is really a

tudes toward crime and criminals. police cars carrying shotguns and also had elements of honor. depressant drug, it is commonly -

There are indications that the pub- police dogs. These were measures Andl Thompson, Lawtey carpenter thought of as a stimu
lic at last that criminals 4 ,'. died in the fracas and lant. Most people tend to loon *- ,
long has been aroused to criminals and potential y, .r df drinking :
up" when they start -
the extent that it is its could understand. Mrs. Joe D. Peele was in
making they become more lively j
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VJir- county jail charged with first
voice heard, and an aroused publiccan Prosecutors have also noted an f r degree murder. and they express themselvesmore

accomplish much more than inclination of juries to deal out ; How or why the shooting freely. But this happens
high flown in stiffer for the misdemeanor because alcohol depresses the
phrases a political penalties started was not clear but one
party platform.. charge of unlawful possessionof of the wounded ''told the story mechanism which normally
A firmer attitude toward crime hand guns. jtti 4' ,+ nl iI this way. "A man talked contrails the Individual's actions. -

has also been noted in recent court Local governments are) givingbetter rough to a waitress In the by
which would
Thus emotions
decisions, and in legislation ap- financial support to their Peale cafe during the afternoon ordinarily be suppressed come

proved by Congress.The police departments. There is a na- establishment on Saturday.closed After about the to the .surface and ,the drinker -

Supreme Court ruled last tionwide trend to raise police sal- 9:30: that evening the girl and says and. does things quite Is

June that police officers have the aries, and provide law enforce- some others including the boyfriend contrary to his .usual behavior

right to stop suspicious-looking ment officers with better equip- were having supper up An Individual who Is

characters on the streets and ment of all kinds. Emphasis is also T' r stairs. In the meantime, a quiet and peaceful may become

search them for possible concealed being placed on the training of po- p. crowd of men collected downstairs loud and belligerent.
The principal action of alcohol
weapons. This decision alone did lice officers, and higher qualifications L- look and one of the men is on the central nervous) 1s ,
I i much to strengthen the hand of are being required for em- I a gun "to system This action occurs
protect At
car. rate
<}\, any
| law enforcement personnel who ployment.But ,.;, ,.11 ... f."..1, as things got worse Mrs. when the alcohol reaches the
had been hindered in their investi- the public has a stake in ',1. tft\ fl ',": I.,. Peele .said she' "fired Into -'the brain through the blood
gations by earlier court decisions reversing the attitude toward ., "\ ;-" '.' \ I air" to disperse the crowd. stream. The part of the brain
that _....:..- One affected and how much It Is
seemed crime and criminals. three
to give undue advan- Private citi- man was killed

tage to the suspected criminal. zens will have to do more than "Off And Running"FARMER'S wounded and one man who ,affected of alcohol depend In on the concentration blood. of

,In Washington, D. C., as a re- just talk about law and order in fell been down hit ,in crying. :that he had Alcohol acts first!. on the

| suit of the large number of our towns and cities. They must do found, when the examined stomach!by was a part of ,the brain which con- :

I threats against merchants in the what they can to cooperate with DIARYOn physician, to have only the trols restraint and judgment.As .
wake of April riots, Congress pass- law enforcement officials in put- buttons shot off his, under- concenratlon in the blood

ed a law in June to penalize extor- ting a stop to crime. They must If you promise. not to h.'. our vacation last year, wear. becomes higher Its effect
tion threats with :a fine of $5,000or teach their children to respect oth- anyone else. we'll let you in we flew up to 'Jersey but this reaches deeper areas of the
brain and interferes with
20 years in prison, or both. Formerly er people's property, and to respect on a .secret: the weather has year we plan to stay home, Dr. O. L. Hayes, who gave :both mental and physical per ;
extortion had been a minor police officers. As one officer re- been scorching hot during ,take some short trips aroundthe up his dental practice after formance. ing
this month! And the weather- state and maybe do some thirty of service to
crime in the capital marked : "How private citizens '
carrying onlya many Some results are very ap
he can't promise fishing. For Instance,
we 'planto
man says Starke residents, to planning
light penalty. will volunteer to be witness ; parent. Speech becomes slur
a and relief until near the end get down to John's Pass on to, open up again.A .
.,No longer is the public falling when they have seen a crime? Peo- of September, unless we get a the Gulf near St. Pete and heart attack had forced red, motions increasingly :
for the. line of certain psycholo- ple must quit looking to the Gov- "blow" In the meantime. have a fine meal at Dick and the dentists retirement before clumsy. As the effects of thedrug !

, gists and psychiatrists who blamed ernment for every answer, and Millie's' Place, which we think Christmas but a very satis- becomes, stronger, the

j I "society" for criminals and their start doing something about crime Most people say that they is one of the best 'restaurantsin factory recovery made It possible
can remember othahot Florida. But if you should for him
J, crimes; and no longer are cnmi1 themselves. to resume his
1 nals being written off as sick pert J. Edgar Hoover, director of the weather during recent years, By Sam McGarreysection ever go there, wear loose practice. Dr. Haynes said re-
but none that lasted far such clothing around your middle, centy that John Hall will con-
t sons who need only a little under- FBI 'says: "Community supportand a long period of ,time. And to for when you get done, the struct an office for him on

standing and sympathy to bolsterup understanding are also grow- add to the dlscomforture, the heading for Florida. shrimp won't be the only the home property on Waters
their ego. ing, as well as the number of citi- dally showers which he.ped to So you figure ,that out if you thing stuffed. street The suite will consist

For the first time in recent zens who are volunteering to be of bring down the temperaturehave can. of a reception room, a labor-

years, the public is showing signsof help. Intelligent, honest, and fair about stopped, and the atory and two operating

being fed up, and is demandingthat law enforcement, combined with weatherman tells us we are In PLEASE rooms t
middle of summer OVER
the a
something be done to curb the firm and just punishment, are .. ..-'"...... k

. alarming increase in crime. needed to meet the, ,crime chal drought. .. MY. LITTLE.._ GIRL, .1 ti, ;a -:.-.---- "' ''eleven'" 2.75'I
4 ) ", -*.. '. .,-- -.-__ ..-' '. __ --, ,, -c:ompany"room i leased the j r N
As one -law, enforcement official lenge.
The hottest place in the The following former home of Mr; and
anonymous Iy vital, unimportant things,
I put it "There's It is all well for
: a hardening on very party plat
country nowdays Is not out letter from a father was submitted and then we studied 'spelling, Mrs. One Wilkins for an ad-
II the part of the public where lawlessness forms adopted at Miami and Chi- In. the desert in California, to The Telegraph this reading, arithmetic -and then ditional dormitory for the
l is concerned. People are cago to come out in favor of law but right in Sam's Little Red week for publication by Ralph to bed. company's women employees,

I i angry enough, -or frightened and order-who isn't? But plat- Wagon, especially after it has Dlggs. new principal at Bradford She's back there now-back known as "Southern Belles..
1 i enough to demand stern meas- form planks have a way of being been parked for a while in High School, as a safety In the nursery sound asleep This Is the third building By Lynn Hamlltoo, of

1 ," forgotten as soon as convention the sun. At such a time he measure for the opening of with "Princess Elizabeth" which Southern Bell has turn\'
! ures.A different 'attitude has also doors are closed. feels mighty like a duck that school next week: (that's her doll) cuddled in ed Into residences for its em- ALUMINUM NEEDS '
is plopped into a hot oven and ployees. The first the TI-
been noted in Crime will be halted when the
I recent: months on the the time he home he tus Madison '
by gets Olson home on
Today my daughter, who is You guys wouln't hurt her, There are more aluminum
part of trial judges. There has public becomes aroused enough to expects to be greeted by Alice 8 years old, started to schoolas would you? You see, I'm her Ave., which'the company purchased boats afloat ,than ever before
j been a lessening of probation, or do something about it, and indica- with a carving set. usual. She wore a dark daddy. When her doll to broken .some time ago. Bell and they require a minimumof
reduction of charges from felony tions are that that point has been blue dress with a white collar or her finger Is cut or' her also leased the upper floor of seasonal maintenance.

I reached. Pears are ripening now andit She had on black*shoes and head gets bumped I fix It- then new Olson building on Even for ,this small amount
Is a common eight'to'see*a wore blue gloves. Her chihua- but when she starts to school, South Walnut street. of.r upkeep the experts at
I How Far Will We Be Pushed? tree with! its branches bowed hua, whose name Is Tio? eaton when she walks across the The "Panthers", the 66th Evmrude Motors suggest that the
down under a load of fruit. the front porch and whined street, then she's In your Division put together at Camp procedures are followed that
Despite the fact that 42 per cent continues.to generate.Casey So pear pie and pear preserves his canine belief in the follyof hands. Blanding and commanded by are suitable for aluminum
of Bradford County's approximate and his Board are in a will be on the menu in eduatlon as she waved She's a nice kid She can MaJ. Gen H. F. Kramer has boats; Materials used for .

3,800 students will be attending Integrated quandary. They do not know what many homes in the area durIng good-bye and started off to run like a deer and dart departed for Arkansas where wood or fiberglass boats are as
the coming weeks. the hall of learning about like a chipmunk. She It will complete training at not always good for aluminum in
schools this term, the will satisfy HEW short of total
Joe T. Robinson.The .
likes to ride horses and swim ones. '
Tonight we talked! about
:Federal government's Departmentof integration.It T, C, is
I. R. com-
Thla ts reported as a true school. She told me about the and hike with me on Sunday new You can make small repairs
Health Education and Welfareis seems not to matter to HEW manded by Gen. Eugene W.
.story from a vehicle inspection girl who sits in front of her, afternoon. But I can't be with on aluminum boats yourself. !
still breathing down our collec- what parents think or want. station in this generalarea the girl with ;yellow curls, and her all the time; I have to Fales. Conversion of Camp Loose or leaking rivets can
tive necks. At stake in the game is $86- : it seems a man In a the boy across the aisle who work to pay for her clothes Blanding Into a center for Infantry be corrected by light blows the

Supt. Tom Casey was notified 000 in Federal monies. The county !ibeaten-up car took his car in make! funny faces. She told and education. So please help Instruction marks a from a..J ball peen hammer
July, 11 by HEW's Office of Civil actually receives $150,000 per year to be inspected and turned it me about her teacher, who me look out for her. Please change In its two-and- half backed with a bar or hammer.

Rights in Atlanta that Bradford'scase in Federal assistance but Supt. Ca- over to the Inspector with the has eyes In the back of her drive slowly past the schools year history field artillery of training brigades divisions Heavy blows may enlarge the
assurance that the brakes head and the trees in the and intel'8ectlonpleaae remember rivet hole.
had been referred to Washington sey believes that some portions, hospital and medical units,
in condl- that children run
good working
were yard, and about the big
D. C. for administrative hear- like the School Lunch Program, :ion. So the attendant raced girl who doesn't believe in from behind parked cars. chemical warfare companies If rivets are damaged: they

ings on the county's compliance will continue to be funded even if the motor, drove lIckety splitup Santa Claus. We talked abouta Please don't run over my Signal Corps units, etc. can hole be can drilled'then be out redrllled'The'rivet for A

status with the 1964 Civil Rights the county is cut-off from Federal on the brake testing platform lot of things tremendous- little girl. The center will now train larger rivet., Be sure' ,to use ing
Act. This has happened in spite of assistance.At and slammed on brakes. men as loss replacements for aluminum rivets to 'avoid cor hull .
the fact that. the county is ac- present, Casey is undecided. But the car sailed right on TQO LATE of the convention. Unfortunately the many Jobs In an infantry rosion. .

knowledged to have moved further He'a sorely tempted to try to operate through, knocking a headlight most of the delegateswere regiment. Small and shallow dents can -

toward total integration than most without the $86,000, and un- tester out of the way. "I TO CLASSIFYBy so busy being Inattentive Starke's city water supply usually, 'be J worked out with a
thought you said your brakes they didn't hear the remark.Do pair of rubber mallets. GraduallY not
Florida counties. derstandably so. recently added chlorine as a
were okay? the inspector de- Russell! Kay realize that there
The Freedom-of-Choice plan by We have no faith that Bradford manded. "They are," the man The recent Republican Na- are states you in our union, and pre-cautionary measure. The to the work middle from of the the dent perimeter In a

which any student or his parents County would receive fair consid- replied, "but I forgot to tell tional Convention served to if every state were to ad- townspeople were told that. circular direction using one
which he is Federal them." remind how silly and ridiculous the sabotage of the water supply -
may choose the school eration of its case before you to pump. on. us vance a "favorite ion" how lessened. The mallet as a backer For deeper
to attend, and by which our county examiners in Washington C. No the whole Convention long the convention would last bold was statement thus was made that ,dents.,,. It may be necessaryto
and many others have operatedfor date has been set for hearing, how- As you drive through the pattern really is and how. ordinarily and how many millions of if it tasted unpleasant drill 'a. small hole In the
country now, you can see the sane and sensible even
[ three years at HEWS insis- ever. meaningless words would be It ja better .taste than center Of ,the dent to allow for for
signs approaching autumnIn people fall prey to their ego( uttered before the mayhem was i
tence, has been termed inadequateby It seems probable that things the form of color changesIn and aid Joyfully in staging a came to an end? poison which it was suggestedthat .

HEW'unless it leads to com- will coast along in their present the vegetation. The weather meaningless farce as they Another senseless conven- it would counteract. 1" .
plete and total integration.We confused state until after the November Is still hot, but the hours of clown before television cam-
tion practice that gripes ma Prevail tion
will begin a new school term 5 general elections. Of daylight are shortening day eras by giving pointless interviews Is the interruption of roll calls Word was received by the Cemetery' ;

next Tuesday::! 'with the Federal' course, we can't be certain of that. by day and It is factor that making boring speech by requests for a poll delega- he parents had been of Robert awarded Green the Purple that- Clean:-Up' Planned Box
leads to the changes. es and carrying on like nit t;
threat still hanging over our Meanwhile, the local school system tion. I realize this permits a heart decoration for serious -

heads, ,even though any studenthas is out of good graces and the Speaking of changes, Alice's wits.The practice of nominating delegate to receive his moment wounds received in the A meeting will be held at 3:30:

been 'able for three years to threat hangs on. hummingbird have left and so-called "favorite sons" with in the sun and appear South Pacific He was expected ; p.vatt m. SundaY Cemetery Sept.just 8,off at Pre-301,
school he will attend. time the Fed- nationwide on television butI to return to this countrysoon.
pick the We think it high we are wondering where they! flowery speeches followed bya still feel that the satisfaction .south of Starke, for the purpose
HEW examiners visiting here eral government got off its high have gone to, and why. We number of equally meaningless of personal ego Is an imposition of planning an improvement ly
have criticized the two remaining horse with local groups. Mixing had read that they leave here and boring speeches sec- on listeners.If and. clean-up program.

Negro schools-RJE High in students simply for the sake of In ,the summer,' and now we onding the nomination, may of the delegation in casting Its AU persons Interested in the
the chairman en takes pride
direct evidence for the indulge in
Starke and Anderson Junior Highin mixing is no answer. We do not have give those who President cemetery are urged to attend
only customers lilt the feedersare such activities a feeling of individual Is not able to count, or vote for HOOII t, next .
Lawtey. Supt. Casey thinks want that situation here where a bunch of wasps. importance, but they Is not to be trusted, he should of the United States!" Oils important meeting.sent to
HEW would be satisfied if the Ne- students already have a choice to mean nothing to their fellow not have been chosen in the But wait friends, the Democratic ( All Prevatt donaions Cemetery may AasoctaPh
gro'schools were abandoned and attend any school in the bounty. Come to think of It, all of delegates or the millions who first place. Politicians defend Convention promises. to

students sent to predominantlywhite There must be an end, however, the,, other birds seem to be watch such antics on televis the practice by pointing out be louder and funnier.
schools,1 if white students to the Federal l pressure tactics. away on vacation, too as our ion.Look that it permits the delegateto
bussed to the Negro schools. There is doubt the integrationof yard which Is usually crowded at the convention floor acquaint the homefolkswith
I were no R1D4
voted Nonsense
how -
is practically in The Bradford T :
with birds now when such speeches are County ,
But HEW has ,been reluctant to schools has helped many students I Records are kept and
deserted. Could be that they progress and you will find few ESTABLISHED 1879
; put\anything concrete down on paper raise themselves up; we ap- have flocked .to the shoresof delegates or spectators are open to anyone Interested 4p

thus increasing the uncer- plaud that good, certainly.But Santa Fe Lake, or some paying the slightest attention enough to Inquire.All ae aia E. L. MATTHEWS Editor
tainty we face. HEW apparently if pushed too far, our school other body of water around They are milling about talk a delegate is supposed to
hopes the county will do more thanis officials might tell the Federal here, to beat the heat. ing to each other, reading do when his name is calledon G 0 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper

really necessary in attemptingto government to go fly a kite, espe- magazines or newspapers, or a roll-call is promptly reply C 4I.s,1 Under The Same

be certain to meet requirements. cially if only money is concernedand Part of it could be that they munching sandwiches. giving the tally, but a lot
Just want change. For In- No wonder one of the weary of them seem to feel it Is im- Second Class Matter
laws broken. Published each Thursday and entered a* :
Instruction no are
The'Board of Public
stance, a local resident who nomination seconders portant 'to yell in the micro
and Supt. Casey, however, have Certainly, that does not seem went up to the mountains in wound up his speech by thanking :- phone. "Mr. Chairman the at atarke :Florida under Act of March 3rd,

stood pat to date on their previous the constructive course, from eith- the Carolinas for his vacation, his listeners for their "in- great, grand and glorious Subscription ta trade area: 1 year, I.8O; e >

desegregation progress, plus wha't t er the Federal or the local view- told us that all the way up attention." To my mind that State of So and So, home of Outside trade areas t 1 year, $15.00; 6 month. '

ever the freedom o{ choice plaF !i point. _, .' three be saw cars from that was an outstanding' highlight Jackasses and beautiful worn-

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Two Pane Two BKAUFOKP oourmr' TRUWIRAPH.: BTARIOB. runup: THURSDAY.. :...- APO. !!. 1909LAWTEY

.fVVWVvvyyyy1V'yyyyvv, Dade Junior' College on Monday, Jones and The Venerable Fred Services Held
Aug. 2t( ..as a pre-med ..student. G. Yerlcas officiating. Burial
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris and was In the Keystone Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hanson of Cemetery under direction! .of De- Monday For

Hinesvalle, Ga., spent the week Itt, C. Jones. Funeral Home oi
By Jlnza BchsrAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAALAAAA", end with Mrs. Morris's parents Keystone Heights. Burnell DyalServices

Mr. and! Mrs. H. E. Priest and

Brother Lamar. Joint Services for Burnell H. Dyal,
A Revival began at First BapVttst Visiting/ Rev. E. C. Harvey's'tAmlly 29, of Starke, were held Mon
Church on Monday evening on Sunday< were their For day afternoon, AUK. 26. .
Aiw:. 28 and .will continue son Eddie Harvey\ and Miss Sunday Mr. Dyal was fatally Injured
through Morning Services Sun Linda Massey of Perry an4 in an automobile accident Saturday
day, Sept. 1 each evening At friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. SlmmS Waldo SistersJoint Aug. 24.
7::30 p. m. everyone opme and and'.laml1Y and Mr. and Mrs! Survivors include his wife, LONG BRIDGE, BAPTIST .- .
make it a good series of meet- .B. H. Simms and family of services were held Sun Mrs. Ida Sue Dyal; a daughter, CHURCH

lna"' Jacksonville./ They all attended day, Aug. 25. for Frances Lee Kelll Jo, and a son HershellB. ,, An Investment; Your future .4"
Oa Monday evening 15 men First Baptist Church and en. Yarghn, 14, and Susan Jean Yar- Dyal. all of Starke; Stepfather Sunday School,:j 0 ,a. m
of the Methodist Church met joyed dinner with' them. ghn, 13. of Waldo, both victims and mother: Lewis and Morning Worship 11 a. 111..
and organized a Men's Fellowship -I James H. (Jimmie) Moore of a truck accident near Waldo Edna Dyal Smith of Starke; Evening Worship 8 p. m.Prayer ?
with officers: T. V. Duck. who baa been on duty In VietNam last Wednesday Aug. 21. three half brothers: Gene 1eet1jAWedne.daB A T 'III 'tlloleMrr ( f

president: Wtndel !Kelly Vice has returned and after Susan died in the crash and Pass, U. S. Army in Texas; p. m. Sing earh Krlday" at f
President H. E. Priest. Secretary spending his leave with the family of
; Frances died in the University Hogan and Dogan Smith, p. m. Rev. Harvey.Lane, pea
and H. C. Harley. Treas he will be stationed at Fort of Florida !Medical Center in Starke. tor. \ '

urer. They will meet the fourth Hood. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville. Services were from Jones Me. >4 ,' W!WM *, wXmm: ;: :$ >llii: : : :: lur.w: : :: :
1ili f : :li1111Hr: i 1. iiI1
Thursday evening of each Moore and other members of Frances: was born In Starke moral Chapel in Starke with CALVARY BAPTIST : ;
month. Following this they en- the family met him at the .air- ; Oct. 23. 1953 and Susan was Rev. L. S. Williams officiating. !'.'> kif '::::::::::': ;;::i : : :;<:"':: :;;"< :>':>
Joyed a barbecue chicken dinner port In Jacksonville on the grounds. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ogllvle of were members of the Waldo under the direction ot DeWittC. Morning Worship 11 a. m l1de I 4 i let! ( Qfff '. __
W S. C. S. met at the Church Jacksonville were visiting theL. I First Baptist Church. ;::. Jones Funeral Home of Tralnlrg anion 0:30: p. III ,
Tuesday evening of last week C. Hilllard family during the Survivors' Include the parents Evening Service 7.30. Pray
with 10 present. The younger week. Joseph E. and Rose Osteen Yar :3tarke. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:3: ( n::;: On your first look, you may think that this little ::: t:: :;:::;::::ti 1tii: : ::::j'::: ::::W;

women are planning to organizea Mrs. A. D. Dobbs spent Thurs ghn: two ,brothers: Henry and REVIVAL TO HOPE STARTAT p. m.-Rev. R. V. Butle .!.. girl is riding a rocking horse, but look again. It is not ,%f., .1! tim. .! ::tii:! M! tri 1f
Circle soon; day and Friday with her son and PLEASANT :", : "
Marvls Yarghn; one sister Nan a rocking horse but a little donkey. : ::' Mt( *
M. V. P. Sub District meeting daughter-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. ''ry.7a Yarghn, all of Waldo; the Revival services will start at / A ,,,.,.;,,*.,,:..tt t<:.
was held Monday evening in Mt. Cecil Dobbs in Cocoa Mr paternal grandfather George Pleasant Hope Methodist HEILBRONN BAPTIST ::::::.;:: About animals now, and children. onkeys> were ': .;::::.: X::.'.:
Pleasant Methodist Church in Dobb's nephew Margal Dobbs of! W. Yarghn Trenton, Fla. and Church Sunday night. Sept. 1, CHURCH IMWAY 16 N. i ;1;>!:? one of the first animals to be'tamed by man, and _I ___''._.'.,'''t1'<; :;rc': :''
Lake City. Those from Lawtey Madison was a Saturday visitor continuing through Friday night -
the maternal grandfather, William : 4'
Sept. 7. Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. : : are gentle animals when they are not practicing the \J
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attending were Brenda Jones, of the Dobbs and their son, Casey F. Osteen of Bell Fla. and Saturday night *
Cathy Scott Debbie Napier.La- Dobbs of Jacksonville spent The services were from the Old-fashioned gospel singing Morning Worship. Training M quality of being stubborn. ItMfir ; :?tf
mar Priest; John Lee. Mrs. R. .Sunday with them. Baptist Church with Rev. will start each night at 7:30.: Union <6:30: p. m..Evening- :
Waldo 8Omebownmrnda of
f ii1 The quality of gentleness us lH
and Denton. Little Miss ( vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
E. Lee Rev. Linda Nolan o' Otto Miller and Rev. Robert L. Everyone welcome.
A swim .party was enjoyed$ by Jacksonville is spending! the Murphy officiating. Burial was CHURCH Service, 7:30: ev. L. Tommy i; our Saviour' the Wonderful One. k ,,, *f I tt4 lr: '
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members of M. Y. F. at Kings- week with her grandparents FIRST Howe pastor. :
In the Santa Pe Cemetery under Parents, teach your children about Jesus-who ai't'i'i m
ley.Lake on Thursday afternoon Mr. and :Mrs. T. V. Duck, Mad. : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral STARKE .....
ar.ectlon.of Week ::
of) last week. Those attendingwere ron and CIndy; Home of Starke. Opportunities of the GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH I\:J monished us to let the little children come unto Him.. .::..
Sunday :
Brenda Jones,Pamela Tye Mr. and'Mrs. Tye and family Sunday, Sept. 1 Our Lord would remind Us that the little ones are 7.

Cindy and Madron Duck, Cathy spend the wekend In Jacksonvillewith I Services Held School 9:45 at: 11 a: m.Sermon Momlna'WorlShlp "The Morning Sunday Worship School., 10 11 a.a. m.m- t precious to the Father. We invite you to take Wit |' _______
her I .
and Debbie Scott, Lamar Priest. brother-in-law and sis .. '
Mathew 7:13-29.: ;i church this week. ....-- : '
ter. Mr. and Two Ways, and 7 p. m-Aev. .I/eland A. ,:! children to _
Chuck Norton. Dean. Norman Mrs. F. L. Rob.
and William erts. For Training Union 6:15: EveningWorship Baker. pastor. ;;i (
and Dale Traylor. Ray 'Terry Roberts came herewith Monday Arthur \N17itllrfif
Wilson James Knight, -1h; m for a visit. 7:30: : Rev. Thursday Visitation. 10 *: \

John Lee, Rev. and Mre. Denton Mrs. Troy Bennett spent Sat James WatkinsServices Rich, from Lakeland, Florida a,. m. and 7 1 p. ... 4 :"
and three children. Mrs. Lee urday with Miss Debby Phillips will start our Revival with the [ ff tMTIff; i{. ?l.I+ 7 I l@ '4.

closing service September 8. NEW RIVER JLsisabsDw :: ,. ... .. ,
Peterson in : BAPTIST l :: : .. .
and her mother. Mrs. G. L. Macclenny and they attended for James Cecil Wat- :: _'* ::>.;." :.C:: ::>>::-!*::ff;: ::t'W: *:' 5t..:, ,

Church who Activities lives In Arlington Baptist revival services Church. at Monlac, Ga. kins. 28, of Ocala were held U TuesdayFriday a. m. 12 noon Sunday Sdiool. 10 a. jD.MornIna' fjlll; O' If. [tjj''I*ir/ Vy-sA: : .

Grace Methodist: Sunday Rev and Mrs. Robert Monday Aug. 26. each day there will be a service Worship 11 .. m. 3 Oln\t\ 1 :. t,,
May I Mr. Watkins was fatally Injured luncheon. Tralnlnr Union,, 7 m. Evening j ,, .. h !MlMiU 1t m-- r vi
School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 of Foi't Lauderdale who are In ; and a p. ?:! Owed k Coft ifrohM"' hWt@@M1 ; "
a. In. and 7:30: p. m., M. Y. F. Atlanta now where he is Attending I in a one car accident In Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Worship, 8 p. m. i:;'::::'V! ,to."..".*.l .is''.k...W i tl.Nil.low r!IM: ,:::q::*::"':,*'::::': :+>::: "::<:' "tmimMy\
Wednesday 7:30: following choir Theological school, is Starke Saturday Aug. 24. 7:30: p. m. Church Choir Wednesday night service, .fro .IM.man mt oi Ito........In mm Ie......... &..,..'" *:@Wl:1Jr: J"" r, 4v -( _
practice. visiting (Rev. and Mrs. Donald He was born In Ocala on July Ing 7:30: p. m. Church Choir 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.I I ::1'" A M Itxrt Ion >r 1 Mot his Miohkof.. Without .:w.: ::)'.'._:: w:: .:.:.:,:::,::,:>,::.':..:.' ..-{ ?I ..;'; ,\J.( :
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First Baptist: Denton and family I 12. 1940. practice 8:30.: L. Parker pastor. I M Ml tf..ndIatI III' lilt ton d M M!. : : : : :. .
Survivors Include his wife I!''ii:;: wit mMy w .., if .. nil .to* Mi:?:: \1\11f11\ *
Sunday School 9:45: m.. W. P. Moore spent last Christ of
of Jesus
I Howard Watkins Church koUai Jt>1'fj;
; which
Mary Jane M A .wowi wd DM Imfcim n tMk
Worship) 11 *. m. and 7:30: p. m.. [ week with her son-ln-Iaw and I,two sons: James Jr. and Tram- Latter-Day Saints CHURCH OF CHRIST :::::: !Il nil.. bnUoklr l >..... TII...".,., no* k::: ::d:::; :. f _ _
Training Union 7:30: Midweek daughter Mr. and Mrs. 8. DAndrews all of Ocala -' [416 East Call St] 10 .HIM ol .....14 *
I pas Bryan Watkins Sunday: Bible Study 1rj Iran s ptM .1oW.m wppa l.Hl k"i
services Wednesday 7:30.: and family in Wild. ': _
Church of God: Sunday School I wood. The visit !was especially : hIs parents: Joseph Watkins -;I Services- a. m.; Morning Worship and .;;,..*.,1 k 1M huA to lilt tab W Ihf..U.i..II...mV $"M,''''w.w.::::::: :_::: :.:..,:::.',:x..,.... -.
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and to her of Starke and Mrs. Nellie I Priesthood 8:45: : Sunday Communion Service 11 a. rnEvening :::: MIl *4 kit I..". klfon4 ttuH, ", Yj: ::::::::,::,:::::::,:::::,:::,:,':::' _
10 a. m.. Worship 11 a. m., see new grandson, Ran [
Miller Watkins of Ocala; one .... .. i..ld' m4 partkJjKrtt : 11JM1@r@_ _
7:30: p. m., Y. P. E. Wednesday dal Eugene I School 10:00: Sacrament services (6:00.J: wi: r. '* .plio4 nt f _
sister: Mrs. Cecilia Ann Bar 11:00. Hit Chunk IMWM 1 tt Mk Iko hvls$ loMlM.I rf.& .
V7:30 :
p. m.Highland
Wednesday Worship service
Baptist: Sunday nard of-Orlando and the mater Branch President Mi,talk m*tv Ita mA vttldi$ "t 4 I'p
Mrs. Mansfield nal grandmother Mrs. Nellie 7 p. a. Minister Jack p.1 F
964378 doM cUto
School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 a. Dean Hansen. '
m. and 8 p. m., Choir practice Miller of Ocala. BeD. Services HeldServices Services ''Were from Jones Memorial DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
7 p. m. Prayer services 8 p. m. ::r- *s
Chapel in Starke with BROOKER ,
Wednesday.We Charles Reese. :pastor of the NORTHSIDE BAPTIST J"t :
.are pleased to note thai for Mrs. Daisy W. First Christian Church of Sunday School. 19 a. in CHURCH x-S Bcoi.-on" Ad.,i.r. -}>t -,
Mrs. A. C. Pearce Is at home Mansfield, 96, of Keystone Starke. officiating. Burial was Morning Worship. 11 ft. m. Z
alter ten days treatment In Riverside I Heights died In a Gainesville undel!, d Training Unto!). <6:30: p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday -
in Santa Fe Cemetery,, >
Hospital. hospital :Friday Aug. 23. following rectlon of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Evening Service ':30.: Rn. .'School, 9:45: a.' m. Morning -, I: -- --,A. __ '" S.. S .a .
Friends of Sidney Haoseh will an extended illness, were Home of Starke. LacY Conway PMXMP. Worship, 10:45: arn..
be glad to learn that he is Improving
held -- -- -
Monday Aug. 26.
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Training' Mnton, 6:45: p. m.
: In Bradford Hospital Born In Social Circle. Georgia '
Evening Service, 7:45.
and hopes to be at home one day .on March 4, 1872. Mrs. Services Held Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday week Prayer Service Wednesday FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE

this week. Mansfield was the daughter of For Mrs. Griffis School. 11 ::00 a. m. Morning I 75: p. m
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Petersonof the late William H. and Hulda Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training SERVICECarl
Arlington spent several days At New River GULF SERVICE
Williams Whitehead. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening SMYRNA MISSIONARY
with their eon-ln-law and daugh Surviving are five daughters: Worship. Hurst
BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 964-6111
ter. Mr. and :Mrs. R. K. Lee at Miss Sarah Mansfield and Miss Funeral services for Mrs. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer t U-HAUL RENTALSTruck Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231

Klngaley Lake last week. Mr. Emma Kate Mansfield both of Ruby Orlffls, of Raiford. were Services. 1st and 30'1; ,Wednes- 63.: W. :Pratt St. Sunday : Tire Tru-Ing
and Mrs. Lee and John enjoyedan Keystone Heights; Mrs. Gene held at 3 p. m. Saturday In the nlght-7:00: p. m. Family] services: Sunday School. 10
outing at Six Gun Territory Carter of Pensacola. Fla.: Mrs. New River: Con gregatlonal Night. a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.Training Trailer Headlight Adjusting
on) Tuesday. Methodist Church, with burialIn .
Charles Lewis of Stateville N. CHURCH Union. 5:45: p. m. Complete Lubrication
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark, C.. and Mrs. H. T. Amon of Atlanta Pine Grove Cemetery. FIRST CHRISTIAN Evening Worship, } p., m.- Brake Service

of Jacksonville spent a recent Ga.; one son, Fred Mrs. GrlHls died Tuesday, Sunday Services: Sunday Everyone welcome .-- ElderA. :Minor Tune-Ups Wheel '
weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mansfield of Miami, Fla and Aug. 20 and is survived by her School. 9:45: a. m. Morning __If Balance and ,. I
Lois Carter and other relatives. four grandchildren: Miss Peggy husband, Calvin; three daughters Worship, 10:49: a. m. Evening a. Flynn. pastor. 21-HR. WRECKER SERVICE AlignmentpnO

Mrs. Joyce Futch was a recent MacMillan of Keystone !Mrs. Eloise Pearce. Ral Service 7:30: p. m. Midweek I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1011 N. Temple Avenue '
weekend visitor of her daughter Heights: Mrs. Eddie Byorick ford: Mrs. Vera Alvarez Starke, Service Wednesday.. 7:15: p. Hiway 301 and 100 ipT ROAD SERVICE
Mrs. Mary Julia Futch andMr. and Mrs. Bennle Massey. both and Mrs. Sadie Crawford Mac m.Charles Reese. minister.I Sunday School 9:44 a. *i. PHONE 961-5899

and Mrs. John Wyrick in of Columbia. S .C., and Donald clenny; five sons. Calvin Jr., FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Morning Worship 11 a. m. 210 S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs
Tallahassee. MacMillan of Albany. Ga. Starke: Gerald, J. D., Alvin, OF STARKE I Youth
Fellowship e p. m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Se-vlces were from St. Anne'sEpiscopal and Ressie Ralford a sister, -
Sheila. Vickie and Cathy Norman ; West Weldon St. and Ralford Choir
daughters ot Mr. and Mrs.: Church in Keystone.Mrs. Ertha Bryant. Jacksonville Road Wednesday.. STARKE BUILDERS
Harold Norman of Miami spent Heights with Rev. William I. : two .brothers, Cecil Thorn 8 p.m.
the last two weeks with ,their I ton and Hance Thornton both of Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Kev. Robert D. jsurctv.:: I SUPPLIES, Inc. t LAWSON

grandparents. Mr. and 'Mrs.'L. LABEL MAKERS from Starke; and seven great-grand- 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship:
P. Rafuse. Their brother. Char- $9.95- Bradford County Tele I I children.HERE'S 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : RAIFORD BAPTIST CIIURCII Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE INC. MEAT MARKETAND
les Norman came up for the graph. Ph. 964-6305. m. Evangelistic Services- Schedule of
service: Sunday
Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid COLD STORAGE
Week Prayer Meeting. School 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Complete Paint Supplies Duffet Lunch $1.25

Pastor: Lester P. RIchardson a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training .and Sporting Goods We Specialize In Custom ,Sl&&bter-
Union, 6:30: pm. Rev. Jack 11 A. :M. to 2 P. M.
i Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY ing, Cutting and Wrapping-...
Buffet Dinner $1.73 Prepared for E>e qp Fracas
[highway 100 at There a] LAKE BAPTIST

Training TJnlon-6:30: p. m. CHURCH 219 Washington St. 961-5270 5 P. :M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

Morning Worship-11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45: .. m
Sunday School-10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL;

Evening Worship-7:15: p. m.. Training Union 6:15: p. m Phone 964-7059
Wednesday Night Prayer Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
I Sel"YCes-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle Midweek Prayer Service, FLORIDA ..
Packham pastor. Wednesday 7:30: p. w. Come DAD & BRAD SALES
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH let us worship together. Rev. EST NEW METHOD
Allen Price, pastor. MODULAR HOMES24Ft.
Sunday School: 10 am.; .

Evening!: Worship .7::30 p. m.; Sunday Scnooi J. 10 a. aMorning Wide
TO THE Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. 111.1: Worship 11 .. m OIIMICAL co. Under New..Ownership
Wednesday-Rev. J C. ,Hester Pre-servlces [Booster fcand,, Also 12-Ft. Wide Your..CertifiedMaster

I' Service, 6 p. m. evening Dry Cleaner

AMERICAN LABOR TO THE. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Stark ,WorshIp 7 1 .A m. Uldwtek 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers Free Moth-Proofing _

STRENGTH AND PROSPERITY Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Service, Wednesday. 7:30: p Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heightsand '4' "
) Services 11 a m. and ,
nx. E. R. Bowers, D. D.'pastor. Free. Pick-Up and.Delivery
"F OUR GREAT NATION! 7:30: p. m Prayer Meeting Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 .
Friday 7:30: p m. R.v. L. s.. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST 311 N. Temple... Ph' 964-5704
Williams pastor. CHURCH STARKE ...: -' '-
So that we may Join in ST. MARK'S rBPlSCOPAL
helping' them celebrate CHURCH STARKE Morning School.Worship 10 11 a. a. m.m. WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery

LABOR DAY Sunday]services; Holy Euch'artst !: Training Union, 7 p. m. EvenIng .
this bank will not 8:30.: s.m..Family Service Wors. P, 8 p. m. Prayer CO. and Market
conduct business on 10 a. m. Holy .Eucharist.: lit Meeting, Wednesday, 8. p m.- :

MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 and 3rd Sundays.;' Morning Rev. Virgil Lovett.; pastor. Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries' Meats Feed
Prayer, 2nd and .4th Sun
' days! J. :Thomas Btaab BAYLESS HIGHWAY Keepsake Diamonds. Title Problems GAS AND OIL
Rector. CHURCH
Sunday School. 10 a. m.: BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack andGladys; EdwardsT; :

F 1.:0:: R I DA NORTHSIDE CHURCH BAPTIST a.Morning. nu; Training Worship Union.Service 6:30p. 11 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U; S. 301 South Starke -

Located on Baylec. Highway m.: Evening Worship 7:30p. : Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6381 PHONE 964-5312 ,
'. [SR 225). at Ralford .Road '01..
BAH"K; : Ij't'(' srJ: ''RJ( : : i -tSR,18T..', **rayer Meotlng.!" Wed. 7:80t :
-._ _, Services: eUnda1.SohQOl. 10a. m.; o. A. Meeting Wee'. CLAY ELECTRIC'COOPERATIVE, Inc.
mSundax: Morning Worship 7:30 p. m.; Choir Rehearsal ",

Member .Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I 11 a..p1.: TraIning Union. Wed., meeting 7:30: p. m.last: Brotherhood Monday-. Owned Dy Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

I Medrtros. pastor
___________ Wednesday 7:30: -.Ray, CHenn
Lawbon pastor _. .

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Populai-- ; Hangout For Teenagers .,C. HM' Healthful Foods Finest Watch Repair, Qiiality .J

Special Businessman's' Lunch .itsOif."tdCb: OWe\ Solid' At Edwards Gro. Jewelry Offered By Gem Jewelry

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Whether you're, planning! a reasonable food to be found ny1 -' Provides Energy School time is watch time and We are always glad to make .-,-
quiet\ dinner for two, a quick 1 where, considering the high .t.'i\\ with! the opening! of the new terms to suit the'convenience of'' "
sandwich or snack TUCK'S I quality of the ingredients used 4 term at hand now'a the time to our customers.' Our popular

DRIVE IN Is ecjulpped to handleour I and the generous portions' served Energy lor the Jet-Aie-that have GEM JEWELRY put your priced watches are the Choice' '
every need. Just give present watch In Up-top running of students-boys and girls who n
your j TUCK'3 has built up aa en- >a da1 Is what -our young people need -
order-no matter how, large or viable reputation for good food today and there is no better condition, or sell you a fine new want good looks and' depend-' ,...
small to Billy and Monarchy hospitality cleanliness comp-, source of this necessary energy watch at prices that start as ability at a moderate price."' "

Moore!: and they will take care Otis waitresses! and moderate than the wholesome low-priced low as S19.95. Handsome pen'and pencil sets' .
of your every need. prices. foods/ and meats available at Mr. and Mrs. Wood-burn own are another "must" for the "
The popular, Drive-la restaurant ers and operators of this friendly opening of school and may be
As for the business man, EDWARDS GROCERY on U. S .
Call streetin found at GEM JEWELRY: in .
jewelry store on a.
is a popular meeting place, where could he get a better 301 South. .
where good food is served In more nourlsfog{ !lunch than a Right now-at the opening of Starke, remind parents. thata wide' selection starting with
s watch student's pens at only $1.95.
reliable Is the
pleasant surroundings. choice school
of the time
) meats two vegetables a a new term-Is ,
most valued friend and constant .Make OEM JEWELRY -"'
TUCK'S DRIVE IN is located salad and breads-all for,$1.00. v to< get the EDWARDS GROCERY I your
+ t i iry companion during; the busy headquarters, not only for: the
on US 301 South and serves Met your:friends at TUCK'S habit If you aren't already
i I school term. Punctuality, Is one opening of school but also for
equally fine food cooked just on all occa4One.Enoy'the good I VA one of our steady customers. ...
of the most Important traitsthat lovely gifts for those special occasions
[the way you like U prepared.You food and the fine: hospitality. : There are BO many new faces i'
a young person can have during Hie year. Birth- -
can eat In your car or air- Where else In Starke can you I In Starke and vicinity these days. .
and a good watch is the best stone rings .and Identification
resturant and that we would' like to take this
conditioned enjoy
get a hamburger drink
or ; ,way to teach it. braie1etll'ar: always popular
their fine food at moderate snacks after' the show, football opportunity Watch repair service at GEM gifts -on that all-important birth
warm welcome to all to shop
,prices. game or a late drive atTUCK'S ,
JEWELRY: Is known far and day and OEM .JEWELRY has
with Jack' and Gladys at ED-
Billy and Monarcha Moore believe
wide for Its high' .standards and hundreds of 'Items aultab1e'' for
that .they offer the most I r. ::0 ,WARDS GROCERY. the ".
With all, the activities that satisfaction is guaranted by Christmas giving- For !wedding
children take part In today, use of the most modern equipment or engagement there is a .diamond

London's Beauty Shop Suggestsi Johnson's Farmers Supply TV BHS Tornado :Senior Rings Now meats they up' the need and strength! plenty vegetables for of good classroom to, fresh keep I your watch for will testing In be perfect!surprised, and condItion."You getting now. looking pocketbook.to at suit Oetr OEM every the JEWELRY need habit and of .

easy it is to own one of our fine first You'll find it pays.
i I work .
as well .as physical trainIng i

New Permanent For Back to SchoolHas 'Aid'Our Farmer' ,Students Being Sole! :By Williams JewelryBradford here on that the., athletic EDWARDS\ field GRO-It Is watches,' says Mr. Woodburn.

summer sun and wind skin condition with aUne of Mr., ,JAy. ... : Rl.1:Johnson; 'own' .rmanager --'' ..buying k: tacm\\A supplies In Starke High.School Tornado satisfaction is guaranted by.the CERY, for can they be take especially great pride helpful In The Finest Clothing At Low Prices =

played havoc with your hair? Merle Norman cosmetics that .f JOHNSON'S( ,FARMERS i where they can se what they class rings In the modern man use of the meet! modern equip- the high quality and moderate <<;

Chances are you had a wonderful put\:, the natural oil back into the SUPPLY is pleased to see are getting;" :Mr. Johnson says. ner are now being'\ offered by ment for testing and Betting prices of their meats and other I

: vacation this summer but skin: I the progress that is being made I "Prices are Just as low here as Willams Jewelry.It yaur' watch 'In perfect running foods. These low. low prices are Is Established' Policy I ..
now you need to get your hair As a back-to-isclxool .and-! gtreadyfor -I by Bradford County farmers .tlteyare.anywhere; else and the Is quite a feat for Williams condition.. available. every day--not just Eagle's :

and skin 'back Into condition be- fall special tI1e1...re who are adopting lIew.tmpiove'dmethods hometown merchant will, always to t to' handle the farming stand behind what he sells\ you.' rings that la usually handled by it Is.to of fine You will find It a distinct pleas- "
fore starting the fall round of offering a permanent and shampoo : easy own one our Is It Important\ that you get pearance ls ll'1 nporta'llt.
Industry In Bradford County. Leading, brands'' of feeds the large out. of town Wil ure and convenience to shop at
activities. : and set all for the price of com watches. says Charney EDWARDS GROCERY because full Value from every last pennyof In preparation for the open..
In this connection Eloise 19 00. Having a farming''' background seeds fertilizers; and Insecticides panies. Mr. Williams expressedhis liams.. !'We,are always glad to it Is outside the congested business your clothing budget( ? Where !ing of school, Visit EAGLE'S. ..
Loudon Barbara Lame and Bob- Teen-agers are especially welcome himself} ,.Mr.Johnson Knows the are also offered to the armors appreciation for this busi make terms to suit the convenience district and parking Is else'then should 'you shop but The famous nationally adver
never -
bie Turner have some helpful at Loudon's modern salon; farmer's needs and Is ready;to of tht area by JOHNSON'S ness. Last year Williams sold ot .our customers.. Our a problem-plenty of room at EAGLE'S Starke's Fashion Used brand names are on.our
suggestions. where they will be given helpful supply those needs/ with the best FARMERS SUPPLY. Oth for
-all, and never 'waiting.Being shelves And counterfamiliarnames
"A reconditioning visit to our advice on makeup problems Le.high quality feeds, fertilizers. items stocked by .this popular, year he expects to sell 100%. choice of students-both boys outside any Prom past experience you
the high rent district such as Arrow Van lieu-
salon during this last preschoolweekend and tips on the ..right cosmeticto insecticides and many other store' Include! : Roll roofing, Because .present rules! permitsthe /! and girls-who'.want good looks helps to keep down overhead know that .EAGLE'S school sen. Thom MeAn Shoes Stetson

would be wonders for suit every individual complexion farm necessities Lhldtbutt'ahingles: and many Seniors ,,to select their own and dependability at a moderate and EDWARDS. GRO- clothes are carefully chosen for Hats. Farah Casual Pants Catalina -
any girl's morale no matter .They have a complete line other Items. ring with a choice of semi-pre- w
Johnson's Farmers Supply price. CERY passes this savings on to wearabillty economy and good Sweaters, Russ Togs Bobbie -
what her age, and will: get her of Merle Norman Cosmetics. ItLs'ao also enjoys working' with the Of course there is a nice line cious stones, diamond, tops Birthstone rings and charm you the customer in the formof I jocks-and we especially cater Brooks, Aileen, Stacy Ames.

off to a good start in the Qew important to bring out the young people In their programsthe of groceries and meats at John- white or yellow gold, and en- bracelets are. always popular lower prices. 'I to the young folks, to whom apStan's Country Miss Georgia Griffin

.school term" Mrs. Loudon best features of each individual Future Farmers, the 4-H son's so you can get everythingyou crusted initials >plus> competitive gifts' for the student and WIl- and Vicka Vaughan by Butteknit fl'....;
says. but at the same time maintain boys and girls the Future need with only one stop. prices and only week delivery, lams Jewelry has a wide selection and others known
.After the damage done to the that natural look that Is so pop- "We are In' the business to and can ..be re-fitted and ser of these, as /well as- many S I many many
skin and hair by sun, wind and ular' with the men folks. Homemaxer. ana other groups. serve.,the needs/ of, the peopleat viced. Juniors are invited into other gift items for young and Boots t Sale for their quality(
water all feminine members of ..Don V delay call 964-5780 for Special attention is paid to their the .lowest possible prices our store come In and make old. Keepsake diamonds and oth- ry fflversary (As a special back-to-school attraction

the family need a complete re- an'.appointment today, and get needs and friendly. advice Is alwaYS and that Ia what ccounts for their selection -and :place their er leading name brands offered. ( I EAGLE'S Is featuring .....
f conditioning treatment which rtady'for ttieTopenlng: .f school, available. our We invite to this weekend good sturdy: dungarees ""
success. you orders now, so they can enjoy But it is not Just with the Coincides With Opening (0 tf f Schooldelighted
Loudon's Beauty Salon offers!!, as and the :usual hectic round of "e>pr farmers and future come in and see for yourself. wearing'them during their whole, students that-WIlUIU11S Is ao for boys as low as $2.69
well as individual hairshapingand fall activities that come with the farmers should get the .habit of and good-looking. Truly, there
I Junior and Senior years.School popular. W. are Also a must for
personalized styling. They football'season. time Is "watch lime" the bride and groom: with our With so much excitement with the fine reception Is nothing more serviceable and

also have the answer to the dry and jvlth lhetopnlnK'of, t a new wide .selection of diamonds and about new things to learn and the {people of Starke has easy on the pocketbook than this "

j 1 Firestone BikesFor Boys And Girls school term -at hand now's the ether gifts for the wedding, anniversary new things to wear. Stanley Ma- given him since he moved to the Buy combination several pairs for school for the L entire wear .""
GLASS time; to have WILLIAMS JEWELRY .,or any other important this owner of Slan'8 Bootery. at new location. "We have made term.

put your present watch In occasion.. corner of Call and Walnut countless friends:' for which we '
FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors : Will :New Terni' tijk-top running" condition; Or If And For Mothers-The Moth- streets says-"Happy Feet Make are grateful and people are EAGLES shoe department Is
School Easier
Make YOU need .a new watch. Wlliams'ha ers Ring'-Special orders 'can be Happy Students.' coming to realizethat,, our storkIs also n joy to parents and their. o
Parents of this area' for- children. See our sturdy school
: them to suit any price made up in an hour. are
complete, our'tru-altty superb
The next time you"-think of tunate that ,the opening of shoes selling for as low as $5.99
FOR EVERY PURPOSE Want to make the new school gin all over again and'It is no range. and our prices are unbeatable. and They'll outlast several "
Watch r Pai.r...erv1ce..at Williams Jewelry-think of WILLIAMS school ooncides with the celebration up,
term S1eraDd'm re 'tun'for easy Uak"for-mothers to rush ? I ,.Bo hurry on down to Stan's of cheaper shoes and
SHEA'SGLASS everyone concerned? The secret through breakfast to take the Jewelry Is known far and JEWELRY The names'are syn- of) Stalt's"Bootery"7thAnnJversary Bootery and get all those Back- pairs will in the long'

lies in getting handsome. moderate children to school then have to I wide.for Its ,standards, and onymous! In and the great sale to-3chool shoes and accessories. you run. Also save a complete money. line of Gym
,priced FIRESTONE! bicycle return .for them in the after- now (progress
CO. ---- -- ---- Our line We fit every. foot In the fam Suits and Shoes for Girls.
of Back-to6chool! '
for every school-age child in noon.Why not rid yourself of this ily.

S72-4115 372-4153 the family. time-killing chore /Iby getting Farm Is name brand shoes now Includes Thursday, Friday and Saturday ments Our Men two and complete Boys, and depart La-
HIS N.W. 4th Place Starting September 3 the each school age youngster, in Starling's i Supply ReadyTo for men: Jarman Sandy McGee ?
Gainuvlll ends this Great Sale. Shoes dies and Girls, make shopping
school term "rat race" will be- the family* handsome new bicycle ,. Stacy's, for women: Vogue; '
have 'been, rearranged remarked than :Mrs. KellyIn
at the FIRESTONE Charm Step, and many others simpler ever.
a. STORE? Just! drop by this Aid Our FarmerStudentsWilliam with the largest variety of shoes for these. final days- our Girls department. give
weekend and let Eaton Jordan ever assembled In Starke Shoes Priced from 11.77 to $4.77. you all the assistance necessary "

show you' how easy it is for for those Just starting to school In selecting clothes for your '

your child to enjoy the thrill and E. 9ta.r11nanew..own- reliable and well known than and for those finishing their girls, while Ray Stone, expert; in ......
i' convenience of owning a beautiful er-manager of STARLING'S Wilson-Toomer products, and last 'eaI'-4n all price ranges. boys wear is always on hand to "

.. ." bike. You will be surprised FARM SUPPLY is pleased to Starling's! Farm Supply is proud With living costs higher now show you the best >buys and '"

; to learn that prices start as low see the progress that is being to represent this old. established than ever before it is Importantthat latest fashions. "'

"! as. $30.99. made by Bradford County Farm Firm that has' given so many you get full value from Come in tills weekend and let "

... Or. If you prefer to give the ers who are adopting new. im- year .of satisfaction/ to our every penny you spend on shoes. us help you outfit every schoolboy

bicycle as a Christmas gift you proved methods to handle the growers.* That la why Stan's Bootery Is and girl in your family. ..
may put it aside now on our farming Industry in Bradford Inaddition to these lines truly a friend to the parents of You'll
4tr :\ tfbnvenlent' lay-away plan '' County, Having a, farm back- St .rllng', can also- supply your this area. also get satisfaction in knowing

1 Of course bicycles are just ground himself Ed knows' the needs for seed crates, cups, Now in our much larger store that we have helped you solve ....
(,. 0- one of the many 'useful items farmer's needs and is realty to and, many 'other farm necessi we have added several new your back-to-school clothing

that may bo found at your friendly supply those needs with the beat ties. You just name -If we lines of name brand merchandise -I problems ."/
'il FIRESTONE STORE. House- don't..have it well It for Ladles hats low ':
o u. r. farm in quality farm implements get as as
hold appliances of all kinds feeds fertilizers insecti-- you I.) 11.50; Ladles Summer Handbags "

many hardware items toys cides and many other farm necessities. "I appreciate the patronageof at % price. We don't have spaceto FLORIDA THEATRE
fishing tackle paints, lunch
the people of this area since tell you about all of our fabulous -
.boxes thermos bottles, etc., are .
pushbuttonfeedhandling Starling's Farm Supply also I have. .been In touslnes, and am specials during our anniversary !-
Electric lust a few of the many useful .
items on our shelves.Mr. enjoys working with the young looking forward to many more sale so drop !by this rttBaWeekday T Sunday 3:00.: Saturday 1 I
: years of this pleasant associa weekend and see for yourself.'
In their programsTheFuture
Jordan la deeply appreciative -
of the wonderful patronage : :Farmers, 4-H Club boysand tion. says Mr. Starling. Mr. MathU said he has been FRI., SAT. AUG. 30, 31

that has Been accorded girls, Future Komamakers,

them by the people of Starke and other groups Specialat 3 Big Country MusicHits

saves work and surrounding; trade area tention is paid to their needs

since they opened their store in and ,,friendly advice Is'always --.r-w

time and money 1964.,patronage They is feel a vote that this of confi-fine available.. Starling's. 'Farm Supply offers 301 'DriveInSIIOW"BEGINS The explosive story of* guy with a guitar., aed GUTS'.TECNNICOt0A1FCNNISCOPE'

dence and has enabled them to
the agricultural people of this
their inven-
constantly expand i
entire .area a complete line of .
a ory and services to better! serve ,
(Flint River
brow away that scoop shovel I Automatically controlled -; the people of the area.Deadly Mills) feeds, delivered fresh ADMISSION: ,Adults .VSe, Student COe

electric feed handling equipment) soon pay. I each week.This complete line Includes Children/ Under 12 Free .

for itself in time and money saved. Mixes and con* Poison quality feeds for:poultry, .....
feed from wine, and cattle, as -well: as TIIURS., FRI., SAT., SUN-.
veys storage areas to each stanchion or
feed Contained In teed :for uhdusehold pits> and AUG. 29, 30, 31 SEPT. 1 No. 2 No. 3 tC.UI .
bunk. Does in minutes
chore that used to game birds..When you.buy FRM

take hours.The amount of feed for each animal can. :Oleander BushWho Feeds you buy the best and the Double" ..Feature.... -.-....:.. Program.... .,
be accurately regulated or shut off completely!/ cost la no more than for ordinary MCMfrtd l 33 HIT"SONGS""' THE USNVIIIE sa'.a

For advice and information to fit your Individual beautiful would oleander guess bush that grown the In the feeds.fertilizer, and ,insecticide : 1 ,'istovsTARS'ARN : lnml r 11'1

'installation, see your equipment, .dealer.,- or. consult- us. indoors and outdoors all over line, there is no name more / DANCES
hFlorlda, contains a powerful 'horrid tope hee n
9 tt JrrIuok'Krfl7
poison? G ;
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT: COMPANY A single leaf from the Jean yard but it is advisable to keep ., p1lig.d2. *

HELPING BUILD fLOniDA "> der is reportedly sufficient to all poisonous plants away from ( I
poison an adult and the dry very small children who may VIi1Cstm
1 J
leaves are almost as toxic as nibble on them ,9 ; '! &!It! :

green ones.according to Safety Small 'poisonous berries are COLOR-A' ,
Leader Ray Pettis of the Flor particularly dangerous and Inviting : 6111:611: EASTMAN

ida'Agricultural Extension Service for .the email child. Jim 4 PANAVISIONVND
.- sonweed which Is common la METROCOLOR

A number of individuals have north Florida. is dangerous too* PLUS SUN., MON., TUES. SEPT. 1, 2, 3
even suffered serious poisoning! All parts of this plant'are'pol lPAsUOUNi .

after eating frankfurters' roast .sonous, particularly the seeds' / fMS[ PrIS8llls Oaf I CNraoi PMm H._....._...|.a iwn'.Ev! .ry TlokM' Hbldw eumntacd A(Mf
ed on oleander stems over an Small children often chew on
I r
{ : =: { open fire. Inhaling smoke from anything that happens to' be GRAnD'SlP.M ...80.CVININ! .::3O NO eGTe Of.. VBO! 1'V ,_ ,
.. -', ftIr. ; ) .... burning oleander stems and available. As soon ,as possible, I.
: : ftIr '::' :) ., :: leaves of have pof! oninlf.also caused symptoms avoid children putting should anything be taught in their to.i o w1 / "* *" :

} W n Two toxic glucosides nerlo- mouths except food. -

IW ::.: I =: frftIr: ; 'i:. side and have been isolated For more information on these "STEVE McQUEEH TAADT ::
from the} 'oleander. Symptoms. and other poisonous plants) Rio'Rififi- -

.:.:;. ::= :) ;::: include nauesa, vomiting! colic consult Extension Bulletin; ITS- AT HIS BEST!1" PEt3D1S i =
.. ftIr ..: 1% :. dlszlness! drowmess. decreased B entitled "Poisonous Plant ,
p"" 10
.. :
ftIr ."."" ...:... ...... ftIr" '..''. pulse rate, or even unconsciousness. Around the Home." It's avail style! 1Pr INaarncluRE 4h ;N.Y.; nixes ,

: :::. .; :'-:'; able for the asking at yourcounty H mtnt. ( Mxxjcnws/ new/ r
'. ,. 'e, Of course he said this doesn't agent'off'Ice. v w
$ MlUtt
mean you should banish this ....... ntKO WJUWJW'OXM aA

ornamental plant from your

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Colored Citizens I
: I
r.: News ; J 1,
TftriN tqThFFT I
ivrv SAVf
Recreation News ) / V V Ia V v'; V y 1
,The Reno Youth Improve 1I I
ment organization will hold it's .... .
first meeting Thursday night. ,
Au&'U829., at 8 o'clock In the IIPJt
Recreation Center. Mr. P. T.
Nol n. one of the councilmen
will be present ,to talk with the
members and :their parents.
Everyone Is cordially Invitedto
attend the meeting.All .
parents and teenagersare
reminded that the new
hours at the center are as follows L l tt
: Friday and Saturday >
nights: ages 9 to 12, from 8
to 9:30. Ages 13 to 18, from 9:30:
to 11. There will be no exception -
Den Chapter 168 will meet Shop Early and Stock up .for I ,
Thursday :night Sept. 5. at 8 /
p., m. in !the Masonic Hall on Long Holiday V/eskend
Brownlee Street. All membersare
asked to be present and

on time W. M.Blister Alma B. Bacon \ All WINN-PIXIE Stores

the Card thank Mrs.lovely Of the Ruby Thanks gifts many Clark that friends wishes were given for>to t -L&A&! V! ( I I I A l i Zt!) '.WiII,. ":' 'e\L\OSED, "

for The: Bridal Shower In :} : ..
honor of Miss Cynthia. Louise
Clark. L BQR" : DAY
To all parents I You still I
have an' opportunity to register

your ,kindergarten children ... ....... .
before, age S yean old 1969.,,on or r ..-...ASTOR.,.tfmlt r Oil of Your Choice'With'' $5.00 or Mora Purchase Excludina( Ciaaretter I )
January 1st.
Blease bring them to RJE '' ;
on Tuesday. Sept. 3 AU children COOKiNG'OIL..69:
living ,two miles or more
D ,
will be, transported' by bus.
The second week of Preplanning r 4B-o WESSON..*,limit' ,1 Oil of Your Choke With$5.00 or More Purchase Excluding CigoTett* .

will close. Friday '
and after the Labor Day OIL..0 79
weekend school bells will ring '
Tuesday for the children of ,
Bradford County. Eager faces Ot.WHITE a BLUE ARROW. ,.tim OneD.lw9.nl of Your Choki| With la.00 or Mac Purchase EncUma, Cigar.Kw ,

and swift: 'feet will enter the
doors for the 1908-69 term. DE.T.ER.G.ENT.
Everyone a successful Is looking term. forwardto '. -... 4 G..>k.12PZl'opTop: Cans Ole MilwaukeeBEER 0 e li,0 1 :

4fr.tvflBt.to.unTn CANTON TOPPII. j '.. .

Pleasant Grove Methodist '(CHARCOAL ........ 89 99c '
Church. Rev.; H. P. Hudson .. CIGARETTES.I
pastor. Church School. 10 a. 1fS..a.STACK PAK RITZ 9 .,-DEEP SOUTH HAMBURG DILL. SLICED. ; $2,99,
m. MorningWorship., 11. . .
Afternoon .service 4 o'clock. CRACKERS..3/$1. PICKLES..29 I 12-o.CHEK CANNED" Alt FLAVORS INCUIDINQ IRISH*' .

Rev.Mt. George Fisgah Young AME Church.pastor. TWIN PACK CRACKIN GOOD REGULAR or CRINKLE CUT DIP POTATO 9f0-Ct. ARROW PAPE .. .. .. '
Church School. 10 a. m. MornIng 39 D R I N KS. .151.1. .

? ,Worship. 11. Afternoon C IIPS..... .. ... .. : ... .. : NAPKINS., .....t..*.0* 29' u. .. ... :;-. a tile. I
service 4 o'clock.
$ .303 100-Ct.FONDA WHITI S '
Mt. Plsgah AME church nilI A pINEB11111mSNrLORIDA MM'*"*u want j
CKTAI : ::
Rev. George Young pastor. CC IL.. .,.. 4/$1. trLAi, &: > .......... 69. : :

Sunday Ing School 10 a. m. Morn- ,"':.!'*Can THRIFTY "4, ,.- .., MED., ,EGGS 2,1)or. 89
*> ,Worship 6:30. <11 Evening service MAs101'iIIOWCLINO ,..4/l.,12"ALUMINUM.'W' 4/$11 : I Ii

Greater Free Will Baptist PEACHES........ FOIL 'I'. ,
vCJurch) Rev. Lewis McKay i _
.. .. ,
No pastor.3 and Monday night Choir ,., '::' '" :' .. ,: "' : : ,, ,,' ,;' ,, ,,' ". .
Ushers Board No. 2 ( >': I h.
will meet. Tuesday nIght US;DA: (CHOICE: BEEF|:' )

Choir No. 1 meets. Wednesday ., ,.. ( ,, ,
night Prayer Meeting. Thursday ,
Church and Ladles Circle.
Friday night. Prayer Band. S '

sold Saturday from night the kitchen.dinners Sunday will be T4ONELti::::,I09ii : :

School. 9:30.: Morning Worship -
11. Evening Service, 6 .

o'clock.Greater Allen Chapel AME ij..s'iEAK.i i + 9 _' I
J _
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson __ _
Friday night Love 1
Feast. ; W- W w 4
Sunday School 10 a. i;
m. Morning Worship 11. lyjr / e
Evening Service at 6, with RIB STEAI Lt.99 '

Holy DEATH Communion. .o. .
T. Paul, .A long time re- ,
eldent of Starke died Sunday ;
Aug. 25. in Bradford County POT ROAST '
Hospital after an extended ,,Ill
ness. Funeral services will be ._ . .
held at 2 p. m. Saturday inGreater W-D BRAND HAN(Plus 100 )

Church with Allen Rev.Chapel L. A. Samp AME\ -ND BEEF 5 $19
son-officiating. Hall & Chestnut '
In charge of arrange. VINI' RIM MOUNTAIN GROWN" f

e ments. TOMATOES.-.2; 18S. 39c

SIGNS all kinds. Metal SWIIT JUICY

Cardboard NOTICH!! or-INTENTION The Telegraph.! T. 1 !U* iS# Ndi, IjitlqiOiyCit MBit'l ct ARIN.ES.4 ,.<. $1 T ;

the provlnlons Florida undersigned Statutes!I"of hereby/ Section 1966.under given will 865 that.the reBister OB.- POTATOES i 10 49 r BANtAM CORN 10 EARS 69

Circuit Court, In and for Bradford
County Florida upon receipt PEARS LBs. 39c
of proof of publicationof !
this notice the fictitious .
name of ALLEN U-TRADB II -
under which' I am en aged In '\
Fla bnslnean a :milesS. of stark 1 /:..... MORTON 0. OCOMA u UAVOU Iir/fir '
on sot P. O. Box 1177.
Btarke.Eddie Fla.Allen P. O. Box: 1177 MEAT PIES .5/$1.
Btarke. Fla.. vole owner. .... 6-oz.Cans ASTOR
Dated this 8th day of August, 11..... .BkB.. MORTON OR OCOMA ALL FlAVORS '.
A. .
D. 1968. Starke Bradford liTHE REAL THING"CAN
.County Florida. S EEti JUIO? WrlltEEPLESS: < MEAT DINNERS :39*
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I 61
Standard : nM' Mown.u.w+w rr.wa : Jfti YiY MVYN GREEN{ STAMPS : d71 GREEN STAMPS : d71 GREEN STAMPS : d1t GREEN.STAMPS i
Oil Service Station wwwlOywi IIH HIVWMM rwww M..w +r.r.r a+a w.-wr. :
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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUG. 29, 1968 Section Three Page One

mer.Les Stephenson. Fremont!p l Wilson Files Suit To TestNewell's I IrvvvvyvVYVVV'1YffvvVVYy. Mrs.Stewart Boyd are and also Troy's visiting parents

Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Tolles Sr.
Huntley Redfearn. MELROSE
Keystone HilitesBy and Wally Muhlhofer participated McGuire They are all helping

In the Pro-Am in Ocala Eligibility To Serve Mrs. Boyd to move into her

JIM FOX last Friday. : By Joyce Bow new home in Keystone. She
will from Melrose at
"l move the
Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 Glad to see that Ray .Win- JAAAAAAA 4AAAAA&h.AAA4Debra I
end of the week.
gate is now at home with his I Clay County Commission missioner must ,be removed, and
and Dexter Rowe,,, Flea Market
family. Ray has just completed Chairman Luther E. (Cooler) his legal action was taken to
twins. of Mr. and Mrs. VlrgU There will be a Flea Market
FIRE DEPARTMENT Joining this organization, a hitch with the Army. His I Wilson twice defeated last clarify the situation.
Rowe, celebrated their first and Bake Sale at the Episcopal
The regular monthly meet. please contact Mrs. Farris at' last duty station was Ft. Sill, : spring in bids for re-election! to "The Board of County Commissioners birthday at :their home Sun.' Church Saturday Sept.
ing of the Fire Departmentwas 473-3154. or Mrs. Ashton at Okla. He will enter St. Johns the District 1 Commission post, will not be properly
day. The enjoyed 7 from til 5
youngsters 9 a. m. p. m. It
held on August 6 with 18 473-4103. River Jr. College ,this fall has filed suit seeking ,to have the constituted (if Newell serves) .
handsful of cake. Besides their will be
sponsored by the Mel-
members attending. Presi, DUPLICATE BRIDGE Maj. and Mrs. Robert Jordan courts disqualify: the winner of and doubt will cloud the legalityof
and brother
'I parents rose Action Committee and
: dent Huntley Redfearn. Jr., The Duplicate Bridge Club,, and five children, who the race and have his (Wilson's) its actions until the courts Danny. Glenda and Carol there will be records, Jewelry
presided over the meeting. sponsored by the Keystone are now making their homein name placed .on the General have declared the .office vacant Chamblee helped them celebrate etc.

Chief Edwin Bennett reported Woman's Club, meets every Tallahassee spent last Election balolt in November as and>a special election Is held" the occasion. Duplicate Bridge

five fire calls and 19 am- Monday evening at ,the Mun- week with Mr. and Mrs. Kyle the Democratic nominee. Wilson said."Although. Miss Carolyn TIson of Gainesville Winners of the Melrose Duplicate -
bulance calls during July A icipal Building. Play begins at McMurtry and family of LIttle Homer Newell, a newcomer to I, personally am spent the weekend with Bridge Club last week

number of these ambulance 7:30: and Is open to 'the pub- Lake Keystone. Clay County politics, defeated willing to accept and abide by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. were: Mrs. Robert Claire and

calls consisted of stand-by lic.Last Beth Jackson returned home : Wilson in the First Primary last the will .of the voters of District Dock Tison. Mrs. S. P. Sashoff, 1st place:

duty at the Keystone Beach week's winners were this week after visiting I- May by a one-vote margin, but 1 in the selection of their Commissioner Mr. and Mrs. Billy Single Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs.

during the Rotary .sponsored as follows: First place with friends in Orlando.We i new election was ordered by from among those ton and children visited Six- F T. Hogue, 2nd place; Mrs.

swimming program./ It was 39% points, Mr. and Mrs. Fre- now have Butch Fox'saddress I'I'a I court after it was disclosed qualified to hold the office, I Gun Territory in Ocala last Albert Spires and Mrs. John,
I again called to the attention mont Tolles: second place In Vietnam. He is New Post Office OpensAt I a number of Republicans find myself in the peculiar position -I week. Strawn 3rd place; and Mrs.

, of all concerned that there with 38 points Mrs. Pat Fra- presently stationed 15 miles had illegally voted in the Demo- of -being the only other per- Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill-

must be a minimum of two her and Mrs. Bill Terry; third like above Saigon. If you would Lake Geneva SaturdayThe I cratic primary.In son who has the legal standing Crawford were the hosts fora yer, 4th place.
drop him a line his address
men to operate the ambulance place with 36 points Miss the second election on May to maintain an action which will covered dish dinner at their Junior Woman' Club
on all calls. First Aid Sally Mansfield and Mrs. ,An- is as follows: Lt. RhettS. 28 Newell defeated Wilson bring about clarification of home The
Fox 05344191, Co. C, 2nd newly completed Post Office at Lake Geneva will be open by a Sunday honoring Rev. Melrose Junior Wom
Officer Everett Fox reported na James: and fourth place Postmaster some 120 votes to receive the these Issues and spare Clay and Mrs. Tommy Andrews. an's Club met last week at
Bn. 16th business this according to William -
Inf., 1st Inf. Dlv. for Saturday morning, .
that advanced first Aid Cards. with 33V4\ points. Mrs. Heptln-; APO 96345. Democratic nomination. County the legal and uncertainties Rev. Andrews has been the the home of Mrs. Jack Stan-

are not required, but are stall and Mrs. Aubrey Bannis On :' Baker Shortly after this election, that lie ahead," Wilson's pastor of the Melrose Churchof sel. with the president Mrs.
strongly 'recommended by Wednesday morning' of The pout office completed at a cost of approximately -
new was :
statement said. Christ for the Dock Tison .
however presiding.Mrs.
ter.No this week i charges were made past year,
, Civil Defense Director Leon- play this Monday. Labor Eric Oarber. son $13.000, and provides work spare of 1,000square feet, complt'tei and is .
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- that Newell no longer lived in "I have reluctantly decided to leaving this week. Stansel treasurer, reported -
, ard Jones. day. Will resume Monday ber of Nelson's Point, reported ly air conditioned. The number of boxes available has been Increased District 1 and therefore ,was not employ an attorney to 'bring suit Those attending were Mrs. a very successful Bingo -

The secretary read the resignation Sept. 9.JUNIOR. for active duty with the to 250. eligible to serve in the seat to to determine whether Mr. New Hugh Sapp, Mrs. Eugene Party was held this, month..

of J. W. WUdt. for GOLF TOURNEY Army. We certainly wish him Baker said that dedication re re monies for the new building which he was elected.In ell's non-residence In District .1 Sapp and children, Mrs. Phil- The club voted to give the

health reasons. On motion of Bret Cole, 11 year old golfer the best of luck. will be held Home time before December 1. a suit filed last week by WIson'se !- creates a vacancy in the nomination man, Mrs. John Cox, and Rev. Junior Girl Scouts $25.00 to
and the
Bradley at
resignation the
Keystone Golf and Mrs. Andrews.Mr. stan off their
new Girl Scout
attorney William Manessof for County Commissionerin
was rejected and It Course had 44-47 rounds in- Mr. and Mrs. QuincY Gardner Roy Tyre of Keystone Heights was the contractor.came .
of Lakeview Drive have Jacksonville, both Newell that District: whether I am and Mrs. Carl Ford returned Troop. The Junior Woman's,
was arranged that Wildt will cluding a two stroke penaltyon
and of Elections the nomineefor last week from a visit Club is sponsoring this troop
returned from I Supervisor Sam only duly qualified
Reading, Pa.,
assist Haberstroh in radio: the back 9, to win low for the -
I their
communications.The gross honors for the summer where they attended the 19th down to enjoy a swim oke and came home with Saunders are named as defen that office: or, if there Is a in-law and son- Mrs. year.
Annual Reunion of the 95th dants. The court is asked to pro- vacancy, whether a special primary Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ka- George Fraga reported
application for membership Junior Tournament, held on and have a cookout. Sunday them for a visit also Last los the
and new
their gate at
grandson Howie the Junior
by James F. Whartonwas Monday of thIs week. Bret's Infantry Division, held August afternoon we had a surprise. weekend, Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob hibit Saunder from certifying election will have to be in Woman's Club Park
an Antonio Texas. has
16-18 at the Abraham Lincoln Newell as the Democratic nominee held: or whether the Democratis They been
approved by the Board. younger brother Clay, won My grandfather called to say White of Jacksonville and also visited in Mexico. Installed. -
AMERICAN LEGION low net for this tournament. Hotel. that he was bringing us some and Mrs. L. W. Morgan/ of St. for the IDstrlct 1 post. Executive Commute can or Mr. and Mrs. Stansel
Mrs. was
Bobby Tison appointed
The local American Legion Other winners were as follows During the reunion, Mr. and company but wouldn't tell us Petersburg were visiting' the In a prepared press release, should make a nomination for of Gainesville visited his to locate a building that
will sponsor a fish fry at the : Bobby Hayes, low putts: Mrs. Gardner were house i who it was. When they arrived Norwoods. I Wilson said that the cloud of uncertainty such office to appear on the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dock par be used for Club meetings. :
post home located on HIghway Christine Brokas most S's: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Way- it was Bronzell and Gloria Mrs Techla McGriff of .over Newellls eligibility General Election ballot: Wilson Tison. Mrs. Burt ChiaDDIni was
21 north on Saturday Tony Davis, most 6's: Lester land Smith. The two men date Buchanan and children of Jackson vilis spent the weekend to serve ..as District 1 com- concluded. appointed --
Mr. and chairman
Mrs. Billy) Copelandand of next
their __ __ __ __ _
August 31. Adult tickets will Ketch, high putts; and Terry friendship back to Army Mobile, Ala. They! are the with her mother MI'S. H. -u n children have returned month's Bake Sale for the

sell for $1.25 and children Davis, high gross. days, and they had not seen friends we were visiting i'l T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby from a three week vacationIn I club. It will be held at the

under 12, may eat for 75 Following ,the tournament, one another for 23 years.If June while on vacation. They Wolfe. and stated the following articles Blacksville. W. Va., where Melrose Post Office Saturday

cents. Dinner will be served the Junior participants enjoyed anyone in this area was had been to Parris Island, S. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheeler NEWS NOTESBy can advantageously be they visited her mother, Mrs.I morning, Sept. 21, at 8:30: a.m.
between the hours of 5 and 7 a luncheon prepared by In the 95th Infantry Division C. to see their son graduate and family have returned used: hosiery, coat hangers, O. W. Michael. Melrose Action Committee .

p.m.Don't Mrs. Ray Farris Mrs. Arthur and would be interested in from basic training In the Ma- home from a tour down the Helen Egan I patterns for small children, Mrs. Rachel Drumwright of James H. Bayes manager ot

forget that the American Ketch, Miss Roxanne Ketch obtaining information con- rines. They are touring coast to Key West. plastic flowers, coffee and, Murpheesboro, Tenn. is visit-, the: Recreation Department of
Legion: sponsors Bingo and Mrs. Bob Hayes. cerning the group, please contact around seeing the sights in Well, it seem there is no Awake cans, and potted plantsbe Ins Mrs. John A. Ross. i Florida Development Commission.

every Saturday night at the HERE N' THERE Mr. Gardner at 473-4552. their camper. From what more news for this week, andI Keystone Homemakers started now. The Finance Mr. and Mrs. Zean Crlf ford will be guest speaker at
post home. Play begins Miss Emma Matthews returned Next year. reunion will be they said our weather is cool] am busy enjoying my company >An Open House reception was Chairman Mrs. Roy Bridges, and daughter, Betty, of Jacksonville the regular monthly meeting,

/ promptly at 8. to her home In Lake held in Chicago. compared to the weather in so until next week let's held for the new Clay County presented the budget for the ) and Mr. and Mrs.A. of the Melrose Action Committee -.

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Erie. Pa. on Monday of ,this While his parents were attending South Carolina. We had a nice all go Jump in the lake and Extension Home Economics ensuing year which will be W. Allen of Jacksonville Tuesday, Sept 3. .

Mrs. Clyde Astrton, publicity week, after visiting with Mrs. the reunion. Eddie visit while they were here. My cool off. And now, here's Le- Agent, Mrs. Imogene Rlten- presented 'to the Church Women spent the weekend with Mr. He will help the membersto

chairman for the Junior Wom Base Grosberg of Lakeview 'was, a guest of his sister, Wilma aunt Teenle Crenshaw came eon burgh .on August 22 at the Ex- at the lJeneral meeting on and Mrs. W. H. Allen. \ deterrplne the recreational
an's Club reported that the Drive. Gardner of Gainesville. over Monday and brought I I.EF.OVS CORUNER"CornvenUon tenalpn office in Green j,' CoY8 ''Sept. '9 In educational build-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred PAn-.: 'needV'of thirea- through a

.club's "get-acquainted"! '. pan, I"'" Mr. ,and..,M u,Edward'Ke: > Jt"'J"' da iCrandraoUMtTw Copeland home, : Springs. Mrs. Margaret Nelson, 1ri'7:30.: coast have had their !grand survey
'ity was most successful.' Mrs. ler and 'three children, t"''of tG"C. GtsnTerrltory, and other and'''18"planning: to stay a few Here we are again, after ten years of friendly and PERSONALSMrs. 'son, Mark Visiting'' them. Melrose School Faculty
R. L. of points of interest In Florida.WOMAN'S days this week. In the middle of a (James) Gertrude Me-
Stanley, Crystal Pittsburgh, Pa.. have been cornven- 'untiring service retired and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ford Mrs. Maud C. Watkins, Principal -
Lake, was hostess. for the reception staying at White Feather' CLUB Visitors staying at Griffins tlon. with her husband moved to St. Eachern underwent eye surgery and Mrs. Ada Ford spent Sun- at Meirose Elementary,
with club president Court, while visiting with their The Keystone Heights Woman's Lodge this week are: Mr. and If this one's bad as the other. !PetersbUrg About 75 members at the Boston Massach-- day in Madison visiting has released the names of

Dot Farris assisting. The par- friend, Mrs. Ethel Weyman, Club will sponsor a bake Mrs. Walleen Sapp and family It is hardly worth a mention. :and friends enjoyed the "get ac usetts Eye and Ear Infirmarylast friends and relatives members of the faculty at

ty was held last Thursday of Little Lake Keystone The sale Saturday morning Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jarvis The Repub's had It last time. qualnted" festivities of the af- Tuesday In talking to Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe Melrose for the next school

evening. Kellers were so impressed 31 In front of Wlggln's Water and family: Mr. and Mrs. J. And after the "Bullshooting"was ternoon. Members from the Key- Mr. McEachern before mak- and son, Danny, spent Sun- year.

If you are interested in with "living a la Keystone"that Works, on' Lawrence Blvd., A. Marable and family, all of done. stone Club who attended were ing this report he said that day In Daytona enjoying the They Include, Mrs. Grace
they hope to make this starting at 8:30: a. m'. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Much to the regret of some Mrs. Mildred Payton, President, general conditions required sun and sea
Since it is their permanent residence.Mrs. family Mrs. Emily Ison Mrs. Hazel Davis a lady Mr. and Mrs. Dock Thou on
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS J. K. Hutcheson and the day in the kitchen bak- of Georgia; Mr. and, Mrs. Ole "Tricky-Dick" had won. Mrs. Lou Moss, (Mrs. Mitta so their married daughter, and daughters. Irma and Vic-

children, of Jacksonville, ing, why don't you make a Langner of Savannah. Ga., Rocky and Reagan lost out, Loebeck and Mrs. Ruby Cop- Mrs. Gordon W. Scone, whose ki, were dinner guests of their KEYSTONEDrivein
were weekend guests of Mrs. special effort to do your bak- and Mr. and Mrs. Hunt of To some people's surprise. pack. :A leadership! meeting will husband Is Assistant Professor daughter, Carolyn In Gainesville -

Jim Chesslngton and children. ery shopping on Saturday Tampa. Afterward they Joined forces, be held at Green Cove Springs of Physiology at Universityof last week!
mornng? Marsle Klcrhen will be And dried each others : Iowa, arranged to fly to
The ladies were college roommates go- eyes. office on September 4. Mrs. Pay- Robert Dixon spent the
at the University of ROTARY CLUB NEWS ing into the hospital next Now its the Demo's turn ton and Mrs. lion will attend for Jacksonville and accompany weekend in Tampa visiting TheatreFriday
Florida. The Keystone Heights Rotary week for surgery. Good luck, To louse up this week. the Keystone Club. The first Fall I Mrs. McEachern to the Boston his sister

Mrs. Albert Bachmann re Club had their Annual Marsie I IPeter Sometimes they'd make as meeting of the Club: will be on Clinic. Both Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Wilma Carson Is home Thru Tuesday
DIRECTORY! turned home last week after Club Assembly last Thursday and Joyce Barton and much sense September 19 at Clay Electric I Eachern have served this, following her major

visiting her sister Miss Helen I evening at the home of Mr. Pat and Tlnkl Fillmon and If they didn't even sneak. Hall at 10 a. in. ,The program community and the church as: the Medical Center surgeryat In Aug. 30-Sept. 3

BEAUTY SHOP Dittmer, of Appleton, Wis. and Mrs. Alfred Watson of children of Tampa returned I wonder who they'll nomin study will ,be, "Selection, Use religious leaders, and their' Gainesville. A- WINNER OF 6

Mrs. J. W. Strange of Eus- Lakeview Drive.President home Thursday from a visit ate. and Care of Small Electric Ap- faith and the prayers of Miss Janice Wodey has returned 1 ,
KEYSTONEBEAUTY tis is spending a short vacation Jim Chesslngton to the mountains. One of the McCarthy or Humphrey, I pliances." many, will speed her recovery. from a visit with her ** ACADEMY
with Col. and Mrs David reports that 24 members were places they visited was Rock guess. Community Church The Address la Mrs. Gertrude brother and sister-in-law, Mr. AWARDS!
SHOP Nelson of Lakeview Drive. present for the boat outing City, Tenn. Saturday night. No matter who they select The Church Secretary, Mrs. E. McEachern. Mass Eye and Mrs. Skippy Wodey. K1KH3CUWWWWR!

Edith lolnl lon"". OWBOT Mrs. Strange Is. Mrs. Nelson's and dinner. Honored guest Robert and Novice Ward of This race will be a mess.I William Warren, and this corres- and Ear Inflrminary, 243 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schoe- Ac6w-- -

Personal A Creative Hair StylIng cousin. was Harvey T. Cotten of Pen- Starke were visiting them think we should have a pondent again through the medium Charles Street, Boston, Mass. neman and BOn Billy spent DAVID LEAN'S

: Every Form of Beauty Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe sacola. Governor for Rotary The Fillmons will remain primary. of he Church Bulletin and 02114. the weekend in Englewood
Culture Tues.-Sat. 0-0; closed : have returned home after District 694. here visiting and enjoying the And let "We the people" this paper make the following Mrs. Nettle Smith returned visiting frlencs. FILMDOCTOR

I vacationing in South Florida. The dinner was prepared by lake this week. selectA plea: ALL ladies please come .recently from her annual visit Mr. and Mrs.\ Harold Thorn-

NURSERY .. Johnny Martin and Norma the Rotaryanns, under the direction Alicia Kite returned home couple of men to "un. out to the Workshop, which will to her home town of Clifton ton and three children, Bren-

Valldejuli attended the Thom- of Mrs. Jim Chesslng- recently from a visit to her Who we could both like and meet on the second and fourth Forge, Va. This year It was a da, Richard Neal, and Douglas ZII11AGOMNwiuoir

O.C. Carnea Nursery pson-Hioson! wedding in Gret-- ton.Gov. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. respect. Wednesday mornings in Septem- special occasion to attend the of Fayetteville N. C. wo lunocotoi.
Hwy. 100, Florahome 859-2185 na, last weekend. Miss VaIlde- Cotten was the featured !- E. C. Crew of Philadelphia.Pa. There's not much we can do ber. There is something for everyone graduation of her granddaughter. spent the weekend visiting his

Narimry Stock Thousand juli was one of the attend- speaker at the club's regular She will be home for a But put up with corn ntlons, particularly to assist Donna, from Nursing sister Mrs. J. T. Green. Also

o( Plant* A Fruit Trow to ants. weekly meeting on Fri- visit before returning to FSO if we can.I those ladles who create objects School. Returning to Keystone here for the weekend were her 7 BIG DAYS

hoosa from Shade Trees, Ever- Keystoners were sorry to day. for the fall term. The Kites don't much care what they from donated materials, but Mrs. Smith accompanied son-in-law and daughter, Dr.
greens & Landscape Plants In I learn that Mrs. Daisy Mans- DINNER PARTYMr. were in Jacksonville on Wed- do or say, need folks to do some stitching by Mrs. Robert F. Craft and Mrs. George T. Single- Sept. 4 Thru Sept. 10

containers. field passed away last Friday and Mrs. Ed Dwyer entertained nesday. 'Cause I'm a George Wallaceman or even pull basting threads. If and daughter Donna, who ton and children. of Gaines-

Camellias & Aeataa evening. She will be missedby their house guests Denise Middleton of Ft. My- I you are unable to stay for the spent a week visiting in Mrs. ville. Bonnie & ClydeWarren

Let U. Do Your Landscaping her many friends.Lt. and several other friends at a era has been visiting the Jack fellowship around the luncheon Smith daughter's home the Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Boyd.

Cmdr. and Mrs. Gerald I dinner party last Friday even- Miller family the past two table, your morning service is William Warrens. Jr. and children, of Panama
of Jacksonville, were Ing. Guests Included Mr. and weeks while attending band much appreciated. Everyone Beatty
USED CAR8 Young I Recently, Mrs. Mitts Loe- City were visiting his mother ,
weekend guests at the home Mrs. Lester Resin of Daytona and majorette practice at should show appreciation for beck, Mrs. Emily Ison, and Mrs W. P. Boyd. Sr. Lt. and Faye Dunnaway
Hanks Used Cars of Mrs. Frank Ottinger. On' Beach; Father John T. Des Bradford High. Saturday, the these younger matrons who Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Owens at Mrs. Troy McGuire of Ft.
mond of Plymouth Mlcb.; Millers, Peggy. Coburn and -- of time
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Sunday they were honored BAPTIST have given \ tended a NARCE (National
with a dinner party at the and Mrs. Joseph! Shipp of Suzy Rain and Ginger McKinney and talents for the Lord's work. Association of Retired Clvi''

BUT TERMS SELL TRADE Ottlnger's home. Guests Included Gainesville a guest of Mr. of Gainesville were in' First Baptist Church Rev The Bazaar Is a "building fund Civil Service Employees) for Proudly We SaluteLABOR

-Rfc. 1 Box-OeffW7. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. and Mrs. Ty Garter. Father Cedar Key scalloping and Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun- project of the Church Women. a luncheon meeting at Park

100 8 Mile 8. Btark Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Desmond Is a professor of having dinner out on the pier. day School 9:45: &. m Worship Please support Mrs. Anne Mc Lane restaurant in Gaines
Dwyer. Earlier in the day homiletics at St. Johns Provincial Lou says they had good luck Services, 11 a. m. and Lean, Chairman of the Bazaar,

the four couples enjoyed swimming Seminary In Plymouth. with the scallops. Monday of 7::30 p. m. Training Union, and Mrs. Mrtha Beam who *o ville.We were sorry ,to hear that

CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST and sailing. last week the Millers visited 6::30 p.. m_Nursery open for ably assists ,and serves as Mrs. Frank Price suffered a
rr9. I
THAT ALL YOUR We just received word that yyyyyyvyyyyyyyyy Dr. and Mrs. W. S. McIntosh all services. luncheon hostess. Mrs. Fran setback last week and Mr'
CONCRETE! PRODUCTS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nooney I in Ormond Beach and their ,Turnett, President of ChurchWomen Price is recovering from a Vital to America's progress is the skill

ARE TUB BEST FROM of Lake Brooklyn, are the INDIAN BEACH :, son Charles returned home -CATHOLICSt. needs every lady's loyal( '''cracked rib suffered In a fall. of the American worker. Basic to Amer

proud grandparents of Chris- with them for visit. Mrs. Mc William's Church.-Bun- support and encouragement as They were anticipating a visit ica's strength and security is his steadfast

Edward' Building topher Allen Nooney born (Zk BMite Fe) Intosh came for him Thursday. day Mass 9 a. m. Wednesdiy she assumes the duties .of leadership from their son. Ray Price, loyalty to the finest ideals of freedom

July 18. Christopher's parentsare By Mldiael H. ChtttyPh. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Kelly Mass and Novena, 7 p. m. .this fall. and family who arrived Monday and opportunity for all
Supply, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 47M11I and children an Mrs. Ruby COMMUNITY: CHURCH BOARD MEETINGThe from Ossmging, N. Y.

128 S. Msin3724U4OAINEVflLIl. Nooney. Jr., who are now residing Dyal were visiting the Millerson Sunday School, 9:40: a. m. first Fall meeting of the Mr and Mrs. Pete Bowers Banking is proud to be part of the team

: VIA In Ludlow, HI. AAA.AA.AA.AAA.AAAAAA&AGreetings Sunday. Mrs. Kelly Is on Morning Worship 11 a. m. Board was held on August 26, have I'eturnetto Alexandria work that moves America forward. It
her way to Pensacola to join Nursery at 11 o'clock service, President Mrs. Turknett
Members of St Anne's EYC friends. This is ,
Va. after a visit with Mrs.Bowers' helps to finance the technical researchand
WATCH REPAIRS her husband
who la stationed only. Rev Leon 7, M11ner.f"Ut'r. presiding long-range programwas
enjoyed a canoe trip on Juni-- your tired out rolling reporter there. parents, Mr. and equipment that makes American Industry
Creek last Sunday after with the news.I set up for the coming
per Mrs. Bill Baker of Lake Ge- and American labor the world's
' Henry Norsworthy ana Con- months including Family
Anthony Crawford noon. stayed in Starke visiting -EPISCOPALSt. neva. The Bakers held a
nie Hoydlck of Jacksonvillehave Hits Dinners, Rummage Sale most productive! :
my grandmother) and !grandfather -
Or- chicken
Mrs. John Murphy of Anne's Church Rev. barebecue for friends
Watch Repair Sevi e announced their wedding and continuance of the Work-
ange, N. J.. and her granddaughters until Wednesday. My William I. Jones, Vicar Holy and relatives in honor of Mrs.
mother was In Starke Tuesday plans for next month. Congratulations shop twice a month until
Kathy and Karen Communion, 8 a. m. every the former Carol
All Makes and Models Maler of Livingston, N. J. night and Thursday night attending Henry Sunday. First Sunday Holy December 4. Mrs. McLean Baker, and her husband,
bridal showers for Mr. and Mrs Tom Norwoood urged more folks attending, KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Phone 473-4219 are house guests this week of Communion, 8 a. m. and 9:30a. : whose marriage was recently
Keystone Heights FIs Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Sullivan Mrs. Kathy Crawford and have returned home from a m. Second, third and four- announced.
of Nelson's Point. Mrs. Cosette Howard. Friday I visit with Mrs. Norwood's sister -
th Sundays-
Morning prayer -
night A B. and Katie Howard. in Virginia. They had their Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd M mb.r F.DJLC. Keystone Height, Fla.Frieadly .
Miles East 9:30
Illway 100. 2H Bert Ashton and his sister : a. m. Evening Prayer -
were down for a deviled crab grandchildren with them and .Sunday 7 Sunday. Services held oath TYPEWRITER! RENTALS! : !
Keystone Heights Mrs. Dan Pater Sr., have returned p. m. Holy Days I
to their home on Nel supper and to cool off in the stopped by their daughter's in will be announced. Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal : Day week, or month.-Brad- eev.1U'' Bask la TOOT Friendly:; '"

Watch for Sign In Front son's Point, after visiting in lake. Saturday afternoon.I Atlanta, Ga. to drop them off Church. Richard Meyer,' ford County Telegraph. Phone Commualty.Wir.u .**
of House Faye and Norman Hamilton on the way home. Their son, LUTHERAN minister 004-6S05 U 1
Lyndhurst N. J.. for the sum
and daughters and a friend Larry joined them in Roan. Divine Worship 11... m.


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Section ':t'hree .. Page 2 BRADFORD COV T4 TF.1.E01LAPIi: ffrnttn. FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUG. 29. 1988

Among Pete's Relics I cattle saps. are installed and REVIVAL TO STARTAT continuing through Friday night
Saturday night Sept. ,
maintained by landowners PLEASANT HOPE and 1

NEWS And NOTES ; I\ themselves and that the commission Revival services will start at 6; Old-fashioned gospel singing

The Beginning :Of Plastic ,'' furnished culvert pipe Pleasant Hope Methodist t; will start each night at 7:30.:
Today's Homemakers up to 24 feet in length. welcome.
Church Sunday night Sept. 1,,, Everyone
4 The Union Commission received
By Martha Sue McCain reports of.I the -
survey .
I, Forty years of handling snakes as a sideline has led
County Extension Pete Sparks a Bradford' resident who lives at New River 1 without comment,. .but action I PINE CONES
Home Economics Agent down many path. may be reflected in the Anal i WANTED -- SLASH
adoption of the road and bridge I
h Sparks main business now Is raising pit bull dogs. but
-- "1 C"'" ely he takes time out to snag an occasional rattler or coral i
UPKEEP A BREEZEOR saves. not only time but snake that happens to cross his domain at New River. Gilman Paper Co.

A BORE money in the long run. I Among Pete's relics collected over 40 years Of snake I August l Rainfall

Hangtags: : and Labels Tell OVENLESS COOKIES. Good. handling and 32 years with the Civil Service in Washington f WILL BUY SLASH PINE CONES

For most of us fashion and For Junior Chefs D. C. is a rattle snake head preserved in a clear blockof y : S Below AverageNo
lit are first considerations These ovenleas cookies r BE 1968 CROP
give MUST
ple) ilass. Therein lies an interesting tale-related to a :
when buying clothes. But fabrics r i s d'' i. rainfall was recorded over
junior cooks a good opportunity PMf Trash
Telegraph reporter when Sparks ,brought:! into the paper I Clean, Free of Straw
week 19-25, at
and finishes can simplify to show their cooking for Inspection the past ; Aug. :
cleaning and care-read hang- skills. The sense of achievement : either of the county's three fire .
tags and labels to find whether that comes from simple Back in 1935-37 during the FDR Administration, the. Vt. tower, according to the Florida Do Not Gather Before Sept. 2
then-Secretary of Agriculture, was Henry Wallace. The Secretary
upkeep will be a breeze or cooking encourages begin Forest Service,
a chore. ners to progress to more dif- so Sparks recalls had been given some sacra JrJ There were no forest fires
Hangtags and labels answer ficult skills. Junior cooks need mental corn from Mexico which he wished to preserve for either. Take Cones To:

the riddle must the garmentbe help and praise when they students ,to observe.In Rainfall over the county from
dry cleaned, will it drip start learning to cook but those days, Pete says the closest thing to plasticwas Aug. 1-25 'averaged 8.1 inches, T. W. TATUM Phone 782.3444

dry or go into the ;dryer, how soon they can return the favor celluloid an opaque substance ; Off the 50-year average for Au-
finch' ironing will be :required by helping with family See. Wallace, Pete says, succeeded in getting an appropriation gust of 14.03 inches. 1 TATUM SAW MILL, LAWTEY, FLA.

? meals. This recipe from USDA through Congress for Ag Department scientists Total rainfall Aug. 1-23 at

Today many clothes: sheets food speclalsts Is ideal for to experiment to find a clear firm preservative in which iUr iki +..rM'k&L each of the 3 towers has been:
fir: i New River 6.4 Inches Louis Hill
bedspreads and curtains.. are junior chefs
vegetables could 'be preserved in a near-natural state. It
available in fabrics and finishes Tower .at Lawtey 12.5 nches,
1 cup sugar. 3 tablespoonscocoa
had to be firm for easy study and handling.
; that make upkeep one-half Instant land Santa. Fe Tower 5.4 inches. Serving Florida
ea.y'l cup
Working with derivatives of
corn the Ag Depart-
To mention few I SCHOOL DISBURSEMENT Since 1950Q'
there are nonfat dry milk 2 tablespoons.
ment scientists studied various:' combinations to come up
permanent press, water repcl- margarine or butter one-! Bradford. County schools received
with a viable substance The tricky substance had to be c9lort 4 Serre .QuaMre
lant. soil and oil repellant f n- fourth cup water one-fourth' a $154,886 disbursementfor ,. .

tshes and newer still are the cup peanut butter 1 and one. handled carefully built up heat and there was danger of use during August, the office .. .. ... ...
.. .. .
explosion. It had to be cooked in .. .. .,
\toil! releasing finishes for half cups rolled oats, 1 tea. an a vacuum In an electric of State Comptroller Fred ....

dacron-cotton blends. spoon vanilla, if you like. oven O. (Bud) Dickinson. announced
Give garments the right Mix sugar cocoa nonfat Sparks working at that time In the Department of the I this week.

care and you'll get more satisfactory dry mik. margarine or butter Treasury' operating a blue-print machine at nights, had a \ That compares to $91,045 the !!. Carolyn I I Cordially

results. and water in a pan. Bring to days off to wander around. He knew the Aj Department I county received in August: 1967. Eaves '
Experience and etudy of the a boll; stir and boil 2 minutes scientists and became interested in the new substance as Clay County's disbursement Representative Welcomes

a (landtags andVlabels will teach Remove from heat and a means of preserving animal tissue, he recalls. ; I for August 1968 was $231.f Ph. 961-5812} You and Your
you what to expect of each add peanut butter. Stir until The scientists went along and eventually preserved 1 compared'to $130.725 in August'
and also what the term really peanut butter is melted. Add . 1'last year and Union County re- 122 N. Bay St Family to Your

means. Usually "little ,or noironIng" rolled oats. Add vanilla if us- . feather. and sea shells. The peacock feathers even kept ceived $47,931 compared to $27- Starke New Honx

means touch ? up ed. MIX'! well. Drop by spoon- ; . ... . ,:"' { .. the sheen and glossiness of real life! 291 last year.
ironing Is If know ; : ." ,", .. '
needed. you .
fulls on waxed paper. Let >- the cooking In and
,-. ;; a vacuum so is somewhat shriveledThe The monies were included in Florida
the generic and trade The State of
of fibers names: cool at room temperature before if : t"- i preserved tissue Is completely devoid of liquid :from a $41.2 million disbursement for .
and fabrics and what :
storing. Makes i
serving or
.: the Only drawback. August over the entire state an It Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
to H
expect of each you'll be a 2.4, 1 and one-half inch cook \ : ; : !!
wise shopper. If you wash a ies. f. .. ., .. ,. } The rattle snake head Sparks still has is shown In increase of $17,934029 over the To Acquaint You With Your City.

wool sweater when the. label American Customers AreWell ", .&;> :. '' ;! \\ these photographs. county: school fund distributionthe
inside says "Dry Clean Oaly"you '" ;'2. : .! .t. The new product a type of plastic was given by the previousugust..
Protected :
may ruin It by fading. This protection: began In : ?io//::,;;.,,: ,.,: '. ,,,". f! ',' government to the Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Major' portion of the allocation .. If you are new In the area,, a phone

Handtags should tell fabric 1872 when Congress passed ...f!!"",,\\I. "' > Cog, which called its product plexiglass! and to the du- $38,777.893. was derived! I call will bring you a prompt visit

and Instructions for_ garment; legislation against mail fraud. "' i" ,i ",. ." .,, ,..... ". ,, \. ,. Poftt Company which termed its product Lucite Sparks from the Minimum Foundation I.
finish, name of manufacturer In less than a century con. ...,,.,"'."..,',.".. ...;.,! ,.,..; ;"...,..:.',. :',.\.>: says.The Program with the remainder from your local hostess Please give
supplied by sales tax.
care. We'do encourage. you, to 'sumer protection activities i, : substance has many :uses today. Examples are 1

file handtags for future refer have grown tremendously. To- : .. : .;. ..,oi,..; aircraft; canopies where it Is used because it is shatter her a call! She has maps and many
ence. Maybe. a little extratrouble day, at least 33 government prqof and can be patched, and between the layers of glassIn \ and wonderful for
free gifts
.to_ begin ,with\ but real:: agenles engage in 2)6!) consumer car windshields ADD MACHINE ROLLS!!'. you

r I protection activities. Each .. .. '. .' \ several rattlesnake heads an eel a tarantula peacock File Folders, complete line of from local businesses.
year the Federal Governmentnow floe supplies!.- The Telejrapli-1
Want more mileage? spends more than one Pb 9646305. 1'1 .

I billion! dollars for consumer will be joining us this year esville spent the weekend with boro, Oa.: Union County \I
protection and advancement.More are: Mrs. Enid CorbIn Prl her parents Mr. and' Mrs. Buddy Roxrk! son of Mr. and -
than 65,000 federal .employees termediate. New teachers whr F. P. Lott. On Sunday ,they Mrs Roy Roark. left Sundayto Must Tighten :

plus many, many mary; Miss Nancy Tisehear all visited Mt. and Mrs. Irving return to Camp Lejuene, N.
: more at state and county Primary: Mrs. Cheryl Eller Dyal and Mrs. Lewis in C. after spending several daysin Purse Strings I THETELEGRAPH'S

I levels protect the consumer be, Primary: and Mrs Nancy Graham. Hampton.
Dwindling income from'' state BIG BUYS
and advance his interests.HAMPTON. Bell, Intermediate.
1 Mrs. Lorraine. Varnes and Allen Bowers son of Mr. and sources is forcing Union County FOR
1 Aides ,this year will be Miss, son Michael spent Sunday at Mrs. Herman Bowers celebrated !! officials to seek new ways of .
Jan Paul full time, and Mrs. Marineland with Mr. and his tenth birthday Sunday cutting expenses. I

Chevron Gasofines keep : Lila Dyal half time. Mrs. Mrs. IrvIn McConaghy. afternoon with 18 friends and The need for economy is ap-

engine parts clean. Boost Florrle Brown and Mrs. Clifford Debbie Hill spent the week relatives present. Among those parent since Union County's: gasoline I zp
fuel mileage Prevatt will be workingIn end in the home of Debbi enjoying the delicious cake and tax income may be drastically -I
By Mrs. Mary Williams the cafeteria., and Colsie Hicks and on Saturday the Ice cream were Mr. and Mrs. cut from $45,000 to $b- I

IICaJi STANDARD] Rlgdon will be custodian.A two enjoyed shopping for Zane Hogan and .daughter{ Ap- 000 annually;.The loss of $37.000 I ,
..OIL, new kitchen Is being builtIn school clothes in Gainesville tMrs.! : Jessie Zetrouer all of to .. "small county is a major I
SCHOOL OPENING the new building. Lunch Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. Rol- I I
other tax
and Mrs. Robert Bollng-: blow, as there are no
Your Standard OilMAN (': NEXT WEEK will be prepared in the old er, formery of Baydton Va lln Hogan: Dale Hogan and his sources which can be tappedto :
IN STARKEK. School will start Tuesday, school and served in the new grandmother Mrs. H. V. Ho-
who are on leave from the make up the shortage. ,
Sept. 3. New and beginning building. all of Rochelle
gan of
G. DUNCAN armed forces prior to reportIng area As a result the Union County
students may register dally Parents are ,urged to visit Gainesville: and the Charles
964-5132 I for duty in Viet Nam recently Commission is considering tnt
until then.Returning. school and meet the new visited the K. B. Wat Hicks and family. I elimination of cattle gap con- I
= teachers this year teachers after 3 p. m., this I Darlene and Sherry!! Norman I
teisons. The Bellingers are Istructlon and the free distribution -
:JStppdard Oil Company(!r I
are: Mrs. Anne Warne Kindergarten ,year's dismissal time. Please cousins of Mrs. Nannie Wat-- spent several days this week of culverts.As ,

and Bill Cllett In- ,watch for notice of PTA meetings terson and are presently sta- with the Carl Clarkes of.Gaines- I a start In that direction I

and attend and let's pre- tioned at Fort< Bennlng, Ga. 1 ville. the Commission authorized

pare for the Halloween Carnival The Jeff Baker family returned Mr. and Mrs Leo Wiggins I Clerk Robert Drlgers! to sr;rvey I '
that will soon be comingup. and Mrs. Eve Menefee all of
Sunday after- spendingtwo other nearby cuuntles on their'
GAINESVILLE weeks in Tallapoosa Ga.. Jacksonville were Sunday 1 policies..
CIIURCII NEWS with relatives and friends.: guests of Mr. and Mrs George Bradford County replied! that
Christian Church Rev.' The family enjoyed camping Williams and Mrs Ida Wiggins.
the Commission 12 years ago
Carl Clarke.. Sunday School and fishing while on vacation. I May Helen and David ruled that the construction of NOTEBOOK PAPERCrusader
I ,10 a. m. Morning worship 'tlr. and Mrs. P. D. Adkins Pearsall recently spent a week cattlegaps was private work
Business DirectoryAUTO Service 11 a. m. Evening while in route to a vacationin I at the Salvation Army Camp an since that time has made no
Worship Service7:30: m. Products
p. outside of Keystone Heights.The .
the mountains, were Sunday more such installations. As to
Hampton Baptist. Church:: guests of the J. C. Adklns. three enoyed a week of culverts the Bradford Board!
SALES I MEN'S WEARSTAG'N Rev. Melvin Hamel. Sunday Wanda Shealey and daugh-- swimming and fellowship with does not supply the pipe, but
School 10 a'. new friends.A .
( m. Morning ter spent the week in Fort does the installation and furnishes
BRASINGTONOADILLAOOLDSMOBiLD DRAG I Worship Service 11 a. m.Tra.lnlng Lauderdale with her sister.1 very special birthday greeting the neded fill dirt it was 500 Count..8Sc
( Union 6:30: p. m. Betty. On their return to this week goes to Edward
Evening said.Alachua
SALES A SERVICE) Stanley Uliioker Coat Worship Service Hampton Betty accompanied Dahlman who celebrates his County replied thatIt
7:30 .
Fine" Selection of Used, Cars Arrow Dress Shirts : p. m.Wednesday Wanda and is planning to 94th birthday anniversary on neither installs or maintains

Taken On Cadilloo Trades Puritan Sweaters : Night Prayer spend several days here with Friday. August 30. Mr. Dahl cattle gaps, and does not pro.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 878-830, Prtera. Jackets Service Power Night7:30: other relatives and friends. man formerly of California vide culvert pipe for landown
Ladies Sportswear p. m., with choir practice fol Ernest Green who recentlycut has lived with his daughter. ers.
CRANE lowing the service. Nursing his foot quite severely Mrs. Verdo Salter and family Columbia Contv said that
LINCOLN-MERCURY- 2 Store 13 W. University, Home Service! in Starke while\ mowing the lawn has for the past three years. A rr300Count65c ,

Authorized .Bales. A Service I and Giilnwivllle Mali (Sunday afternoon 2:45: p. m. had the stitches removed and hearty Happy Brthday: is extended

2201 K. Mala Ph. 372-4373 PERSONALS is coming along fine. to him from all his _
Friends of W, D. Carterwill Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Elites, friends.A .
Crane Imports MOBILE HOMES be glad to know that he n. have recently moved into belated birthday greeting I
Is resting comfortably at the their new home in Waldo. goes to Elaine
Tohro" MO Austin Kennan who
608 K.-University.- Gainesville Henley ,V. A. Hospital in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardln: celebrated that "special" sweetI 16 ib. Bond Typewriter Paper

Phone 872-4251 MUSTANG 'after suffering a. mild heart of Jacksonfllle were Monday'I 16 birthday on Thursday, Aug.
attack last Saturday night. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. K. B., 22.
Mobile Homes Inc.
Beauty Academy ExtensIve: tests are being Watterson. I I Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk-
made to determine the damage Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roark hart and
Qalnmtvllln's Discount Mobil o 1 family of Perrine are
POWELL'S "to the heart. We all wish and daughter. Ruth, 'pent!
Home Sales Lot. spending a week with her par 250CountOnly85cNOTEBOOKS3RINGS85c
;Dubb a complete and speedy several days in Stockbridge r ents. Mr. and. Mrs. Lynn Hall. K

Academy NEW MOON JOAPRLUVAn recovery Ga. wtth their son-in-law and On Tuesday night they wereI Ask
Learn a Profession In Your Imv as $100 down. Kathy Fowler of Jackson daughter. Tommy and Patsy'I I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bpnre Time. Full or Part Time 4820 N.W. 13th :378-1310 ville recently spent the week Harvey, and their daughter. Lawsog of Starke. Charley
!210 N.W. 10th the J. A. Williams Also a re-, and family visited, with her'
MOTORS PAINT & CLASS cent guest In the Williams' :i parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.. cJ I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Krenachof !
home was Lovle Mann of Howell in Pananiaa\ City. Mr. '' Key West. son-ln-law anddaughter "
ELECTRICMotor ohns ,
Dundee. I Mowry. who Just recently re-1 I of Rev. and Mrs. M-l-'

Repair Co. Liddell Paint & Helen and Toye Richard of tired from the tservce( and I! vln Hamel. are the proud parents
Ocala 1 of a fine baby' daughter A FEW AT 50
spent Monday through who is
Of Gainesville, insRepairingRewinding ) now employed. !: In the
Glass Co. Wednesday with her parents.I Post Office Department in born last Wednesday. Mrs.
About This
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. Gainesville waif stationed in I Hamel left Jacksonville on :

N.W.New 18th and- Used.ziu Ph. 872-HSlft .Mrs. Adkins accompanied'Helen I the Panama City area 110during Monday to be with Carolyn and "The neighbor's duplexwas One Month Only -- While They Last!
OlaM Mirror Sliding DoorTub and daughter to Jacksonville their 5dilY'stay they also to take Krenach's older
badly damaged by
Farm and Industrial Enclosures-Shower. >>non on Tuesday where enjoyed visiting many 'of their daughter Susan home. fire. They estimate three
Equipment Furniture Top-Windows, they visited Mrs. Louise Smith acquaintances FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Windows-Awning and family. Beverly Jo and Returning 'Sunday after If you compare yourself with months to complete repairsso Also] Theme Books
Santa Fe Tractor, Joey Smith returned to spending a week In North others you may become vainor it is livable. Under his Pencils, Slide) Rules, Rulers,
lIB N. W. 16th 372-8191 ton to spend the remainder Carolina and Georgia Home-Owner Policy, will
FORD I .. where for always there will Protractors Felt
Farm Tractors 4k Implements of the week with their grandparents they visited friends,.and, rela be greater and lesser persons( he collect both his 'addi Tip Pens, Ball Point Pens, Markers -

i USED EQUIPMENT On Sunday guests in I tives were! Bill Underwoodand than yourself. i tional living expense' away
MALES = PART SERVICE SEWING? MACHINES 'the Adkins' home were the Louise! Hogan. The earlier from home and the 'lost Poster Paper, Parker Jotters $1.98, Report Covers

: <488 N.W. 6th- :S'6-2548: Joel Smith family and the part; of their stay was spent rent' from his duplex until
Calvin Richard family. j I with Mr. and 'Mrs.VoItel' TYPEWRITERS manual or Ring Binders Pencil Sharpeners
GARDEN SUPPLIES: National Sewing Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill recently Furr and daugftter\'. Patty, of Electric. For sale or rent. he and the renter can in- KoRecTypeAll

enjoyed a weekend of Stanfleld N. .C. The Purrs Bradford County Telegraph.\ habit the home?"
Johnson & Faris, Inc. Machine Co., Inc. I fishing on Shlred Island. previously managed the Buffalo Supplies
Ball Point -
Complete:' Line of Leaving on Friday and return- Ranch on Highway :not fills. Charley] E. Johns
Bradford County Tele-
I" RFEDMPLANTSin.eeUclde.Pet raffNew Home- Nclro ing on Sunday with the Hills outside of Waldo. On their .,..AlIh.ZER.SE. Agency
SuppliesFERTILIZERS Used and Repossessed were Mr. and Mrs. Harold trip Bill and\ Louise: visitedhis

All Makes Davis of Starke and Mr. and uncle and aunt, Mr. and TYPEWKTTEK. 131 S. Walnut St. Bradford County Telegraph
5 .We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Sales-Repair Mrs. Jim Watts and son of Mrs. J. L. Underworld of buy- PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond

J21: N.\V. 8th Ph. 373-0176 'Oil W. University 378-13M: Lake Butler. ton Ga. and his mother. Mrs. Paper Notebook Fillers. PHONE 964-5070 I It
Miss Frances Lott of Gain. Dahlia Underwood of States- Bradford Ivunty Telegraph ,

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THURSDAY., .AUG. 20. UBS aq.J1O'; I- TIrlliptlltAltlb .ll1AR 4! m[ lI Ir.UOIL.nr...... ..ffTlunc.
.- ...... .< 'w .. ...,.-, ;- .. ----. ; -. .". ..:- '_._- ..

Human)' Ter ffte s' Opens ''Motor Vehicle Inspection ..,,.....,.'....*,.;..J:.4'-, ...-;..- ,,20.boo.do 4 s Other Than,,Salaries ..-___--___.._____-_-._- 24.12000 Balances to Be Brought Forward: Cash ---_-.-_?,-_.$672.9)7.78)
I Refit' Births' n2tdbliletShoha'ttev6auefibttter'iteibnue' : ( JftoWi>ts> I;3.000(56(C)' ,III '\ -;:;....;;'."--"--'''--. >-------. ---- 3.00000 Total Estimated Receipts ana Balances _____________.$677.667.78
MartUftiuspccfing Hdmcovvrtcrs Bt'adiaart;c\' county HospitalVMt Permanent Transfer. .(Racing MoWte; ) )'I'V'i'ir.. < .''''-. '_ 0I!, 1IO,1 et t 'Cars-Aadlol;' etc i .______;;.;-..__.__________- 6.500.00 Courthouse: Construction _. _... ._________-..;.......677.667.73
>urfD au the' foUavtttfgbUlthalrirw Iota k Estimated Receipts ...A.itL.--: : > ...-a-...--..-.. .G&i.n II'Pr' Pi-XI aUohsvtu.j., .u.4-......k.j:.._-.__.___-$107,174.60 Total. ,Budget (Should Equal Amount Available-
strange man knocks on -- .t 'II tilta' '5%< "t..... .. .. _._...__" ...;. '_... ".. .....- .".. IIII.YU. : :: ; for Budgeting, Form CF-415). ) _____.....______..-$677,667.73; -:
your If a door and\s afra. YOUr'h me pirationrdate.The hokrt&wher! al&.* should I Harrison'|iMr.i;and\',' Mrs.Lak., John. Butlersa Edwin. 0.1' '%! of Estimated Reoelpter...,_.?-.",?..-...,.-<-.:_.-. e,9lld.! ------2.671.l2ndget ( Estimate of Revenues and Receipt Bradford County .
la swarming with termites. ask check the vehicle the man 1* daiignj t r.Lori; Catherine.AuBw,23. lgatanc'es'td'Ble' 'BfOught "'dr6vatdz'Cash) ........__...._. 8.4O. 0t.Ob ,, ( ) Capital Outlay Fund
for his ldentt !icalon. says the driving to see .If..it carries; the < Total: l i Eltimtated'Recetpto".nd'fislangee!: : : :' ?.! ...-,.-..-,332tlJ19"8. ,f} 'Budgeting, Form C3.415$113,446.32 i ) } For &the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1969
State Board: of Health; i name of the corrtpany.' Usually:\ "Mr: an'A .' Mrs. Calvin\ Byrol &tJm.Ied..I he Board' which licenses pest only t'eplUable'1)eB, control ? :'ta.Y'l&i';;. !Jt \\-ke. a soil, lr tixpe.hidiN'tlader.: 4.. eo'V," u.- ...t.\-; e,-:" : Health Unit IFr I Total Estimated Receipts _______________.______..__-.$ 8,500.00Leas _
control operators warns the firms have such vehicles. cIt S1xjlien\Ea.1. AugJ 23. Fer the Fiscal Veiir Eh ll" ...*timb r 'it. l.it .: ; tlte meal. Year Ending September 30. 1969 5% ._ _________._____ ______..___._____.__.__....__. 7500 .
public that illegal operators are the homeowner has any ... ,. ., ,,,, r' t' I 9676 5 of Estimated Receipts ..___.___.____..__ 1,42500 -
going from.door ...to.door app doubts concerning the oPera. .14RRTtIs1DR Salary, CountyCDMlntsslonerli!' ......_.;.:.-l...'._;.-.*,....'LOOOiMileage I T-AfcEAliw.shlla'on\ : ,,.Assessed.Valuation of ----___...25156.26 Forward---- "
many sections of the state offering tors who 6nYe* t* \the ' termite control .services check with,the sheriff) .of '. Matching ..Social.fleoutlty,' >ftetfrefnefnt-ttrc-C-x.\ \; : 2.00''' fees 51* ...........t..a.........,-...... __.______________.n 1,257.81 Total Estimated Receipts and Balances, ____...______$ 4448880
to unwary homeowners. his county .or call the Bureau Located on Bayleea HhihwaitSw.$26i'at" insurance'County. Commlsslo l n'eri.'.. ::!,...'.... ........ 1,00(1.00( ) 93% of Estimated: Receipts ...,---__________....._ 23.89845 $ 44.188.89 ...
of entomology, Florida\ State,, -* Total Appropriations _.. _____.________ .__________$ $4448889,
opef ate especially '
These fast __....____ m. -
rs. I Board of health, to see !117 tha, ..U0.t4 *o.tl Advertising. Delinquent Land: ...=..-;..--.... =Jltfo.M( Total Eatlmt1ed Receipts and Balances m.$ 23898.45 ..
to upon old Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available '
likely ,
prey (Sit 1611, .. .. ... 3,HIOMFeel. Bent to State board:of Health tinder
operator Is reputable.. t Communication Costs'IL' \ !. -.-.T. ;- < "'" > :
____ 44.1SS.89
people widows retirees and for Budgeting. Form CF-415)) __ .$
er disabled persons, according to -- -. .... Services:''Sunday' 8 hOOI. 10 : Attorney. DledhSraeFrlsonera"l ,.-......--.-._ '5Joio4rifes : !' y Chapter .15402 lorlda Statutes .-___-_.n___...___ 23.898.4S :u.T ----- ..
This.11I a true and correct copy of the Budget Adopted by
the warning. IF WE. DON'T.HAVE IT a. m.:: 8un<5. y Morning j.Worship. \ EStpense: ) ,. County .t othddiblo66rb---; ,alp. .Total.Appropriations ...........-....,..._. .--.S 23.898.4$ the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County.
The operators' frequently pass we'll get It for 7_ Offlcl i1 rt.. m.::.TralnhurTjnton.. Salary; Clerk to Board .1,.',-'-*...L;:<.'.'.isad-as-----: :' ; : _-- to06d< total Bu4cet'S1\o\11d'' ({ \ Equal! Amount Available D. L. SHUFORD, Chairman'
themselves -off, as representatives Supplies Furniture EquIp:' 6:30: p. m-; Evening s.n1ce. Mileage 'Per Diem<,Clerk and Flnidap'iOttloera. __._ 200/00 'for Budgeting.. Form CP-415) ____..__......____..323,898.45EhUlleaO1 Attest: CHARLES A. DARBY:
of state agencies They "menU = Bradford Cttuntj '7:30": t :: Midweek' : Prayer Servlo*. Insurance, County .Otttders .\>...i.j...; '.....fw... i.*- 2,05000 : Re'emies'and Receipts Bradford County
pressure the homeowner. into Wednesday-; 7:3: =-Rov."OlennLa Fees'and Rfecordtag.\ Clerk CU'outt Court .:....____.. 730.M .' ; .Cktfrltoose. BuOdlng Reserve Fund 'IIWORLD'S
letting them. [make a termite Telegraph. VhVjh.pastor.. Supplies Expenses! County Offldes .........-.....- 2,900.06Tax FIr the FUctl'Yekv( Ending .September 30. 196D ..
inspection termites anti are usually present."claim"that Stating '. .-- Assessor i' .......::i....-_.__..:.__.._._____ 25,00b,40! Racing'bates' ?!,.,.<.-:.........-}.,.--_..-.-..-.-...-.$$175.277 .N'
that the situation is bad Tax Contactor .:......._ 25.WOJXJ I Total Estimated Receipts:>> : .1..:.,__.___.______________.$115.27'l.50 SMALLEST
the operators falsely claim that NOTICE u Salary, Circuit' Jodgee8eoretary ._......._ -. I.SWJ.Od Estimated :Receipts and Balances __._.._______.$175,277.50 ..
the state requires the termitesto The Jioard of County Commfesloners di' Bradford County will Salary County Judge ...-... .**..t4.. : .sw;: .__.-... .. cio.oo 'transfer to( Sinking ;Fund Debt {$ervlce _.____.___m.$ 53,51250 ELECTRIC
be cleaned out. meet on Monday, September 9,11968, at 10 A.M.: ,. for the purposeof Salary, County Judges 'Assistant: and Clerks'.....--.__ 12,780.00Expenses Tranafet't6 Stnking,Fund, Reserve Account ________... 13265.00 AbDING ,,'.
Sometime? the operators say hearing',, request and complaints regarding the 1968-69 Budget. :i Other\ Than Salaries-, county tftftlse; ..:...____ U)3.04() Transfer to' General Fund ..f.-r-------------- lod.SOOOO
they have a small'" amount. of and' 'from day:' ta'day''thereafter' '' iMt'4s'deemed necessary'Estftna1e ;- Salary aid te perufcfe.' 'VhiVeWle ;Judge,,nd Counsellor .. 2.00ft.00 Total Appropriations ._-._______._________ _._____._...$175,27750 MACHINE .. ,,,
chemicals still left in their !: o'f'ft'eVenuen and ReeenX BnuBord. Couhty' Salary, Supervisor W Elections:u:.i'-.! : .,...*.,.- 1,400,00' Total Buttjet (Should Equal Amount Available.
tanks and they will do the General Tfcatt* a" Mileage, and Per Diem\ Supervisor of KJocttons......' .to( *.oo for 8uck m.\Porm CP4l5)---------), ____$175,27750 MII
Job This on termite the spot control at a Job lojjr;; which cost. TAXES 32'19 Fur the Fiscal Year Ending' September.... 30. 196 Salary" State Attorney'' i'.<;.':.j.:::..Ji'tr.u.i.' .. :-- '41T.W.. Estlniisle'ef." ) Reyenae.snd, Receipts Bradford County
Mills on asaeesed'rvaluaaoii Salary. Assistant.-.- State Attorney/Secretary'f.! (' s* 11 I K Sinking Reserve Fund .
may not be effective or welldone 6t'M4, il .. _....._ _..__... ___.... ..il44.009.oo I'' / 1'.
may cost the' homeowner c 50 l ; ; .4 and Ctoirt: ."Reporter. __."....t....-..".. ." ...-, 1.0W. 0 ,.Fw the.Flse.i Year( Ending September 30. 1969
several hundreds of dollars. Federal' Reimbursements. Civil Defense t.:..__._._:it-6082.00 Salary 'Ja'nltor'..;_\'._.......,.........-.,_ 4.3HMaintenance .+* Transfer from Cowtnoutfe Building,Reserve .tp
One West Florida widow was Insurance Agents License .U.- '!'Js&L'!' ;-;-.-.u._..__ '225.00 and Repairs.!' CourthouW: .:........'..,.. .'1I O.00 .iaoklnl Reserve, ...-.f-__.f..__..:?..,-.-..------..$53.51250 q r-
Dwindled out of( 9600 by two, Railroad and Telegraph License _..__-;._-1.._.____.__.. 500 00 Courthouse' and Annex.Utilities laKd. ael....;..'..;.__ !8.J89.00 Transfer from Courthouse Building Reserve to }
!men who pretended to' treatleer Boat Registration License __._'*__:. -u. ____ 500.Ou Maintenance and RepairsV:' biiirnty i Butldttfs 1 { '.._._,.... 300.po ''t Slnfcing> Reserve, (Debt):I..U.4-. :....,..-..-..--...,_.. 13,26500 9
home for termites. Another Mobile Homes License -_____h__._...__.._________: 2000.00 Salary; Attorney to Board .l.'C.r.\:.'.."d.--.._.. ']lilSAOMTTeage J Total ,EAtlnWted; Receipts I -_..........::_,: ...__..__..$ 68.777.50Bfrhuietataf
widow in the Tampa Bay area Intangible Tax _'_...._.n..__"'__'___--___'__'___--_ 2. OO.00 'and Per' tJTetfr.' Allbrtfcy 'U 'Board 1 ..: _._.:._ ii.00 ,$$t-BrO\l.rht Forward!: Cash _-____..__....$ 31185.01 ,
was bilked years of by over a number$16,000'several of in f; Cigarette Tax ___u.___u :x_.."-____..._.____..__.'__.. 3.60000 Law -Admttistratlve ""SUp'' Ue Js.i..<....vii.'iElections (:-.,..___. t0000 Total Estimated Receipts 'And Balances ?__________..$ 98,56251' .
Illegal( pest control' operators. Mosquito (:Control State 1 (State Board of Health) _:__ .35,000.00 } and Registration"?; ___..._-.._-........_..._ 3SDD.dO Bt.3. > teri>urc:B&nk.Trust: Company: s
When an :easy Victim is found. Mosquito Control State 11 (State .Board of Health) _. 1,000.00Hospital County Flee IJbr.IT.:1.u.:' .....'.-...-....--_-..._ 15.eoeW1 Roe.nmof..lIonds., ." .
the word spreads rapidly from Aid to Indigents estate Matching Fund\ ) _m 2,07300 Motor Vehicle Inspection ._.._ 20.640.00 Interest: .........___,.__ 43,51250
one group of operators to an Occupational License __._____._____.______.________._- 2500.00 Coroners Inquest and Fees _......-......_._...._ 300.,00: Pijlncipal l' ..._______.... 10000.00
other. Beverage.License ___.___ _____..__.___...._._?:.__:.:.. 500.00 Commodity Program .'_i h__....._............__.... 'trW6llffbdaltt.s \ >\.Appropriations __.___.._-.f:;--.-:----:.-.____.___$53,21250:;
When a pest control operatorknocks Advertising DQUent Taxes from Tax Collector.__ '1,000.00' Relief '.r.----: ::: _..:..__.....:...,...._ 1A00 ito, 00lrReserve for Cash Balance to Be INDESCRIbABLE' Unltrex M3
on his door the Florida Tax Redemption __...... "---a,,..UJ-i.-': ::: :'.'.__.:._. StoO.OO Relief Allowance"> (Wiftslng Home) .._...._. '.000.00. CarrtSa Forward ._.. ....... 45,05001: THE
homeowner should demand to County Judges: Receipts ................._............ 6,606 00 Insanity'fnq.u'lrles: ",. .J-.i...:. ?..*_..... J.000.00T. ,Total:Budget, (Should Equal------h.--------Amount Available ..* these outstanding teaturMIIlita .fIr&Isi 8 ifir
see which his must Identification have the man'card, I Tax ASsessor'Excess Fees ...._...__..........._...... 2,00000Tax '(B.Hospltal t for Ibdigents- \" ..._._- lioooo.kIa9ttat ; | .-fonVBtidaeting.. Form CT-415)'' ) .-___.______,___.____.98.56251 10-' standard totals 11., Credit" keyboard balanea,fght fart '(1M aves
.._.___.__.. ........... cycle /mln.). roomy .l
'Feea !
Excess 500 OC .
name his picture; the name Service lof'IhBJtents .....'..-......_.. 8.629.W Estinoate: of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County touch. ala-no larger than a telephone, Wjch8V5 lust
of the company for which he; Clerk Circuit Court. Excess Fees ..__;.__....ii: __.... 900.00 BVaflfbM tMontiy tt s$tttH"! ...!......-_._...?;.......... d. OO.oo t Construction (Special! ,.Time,Deposit.) Fund Ibs., weH-placed motor bar paper roll wictosed far
works and the expiration date. County Judges-Excess''1''e'" __.'___..._:'.. .......:....-_ 90000- Ambulance; .Servlo. >........__...,.........:............. 'I2,0d0.66] I rerihe Fiscal Year Ending. September 30, 1969 true sensational portability, qustlty-bullt, handsome portable carrying machine; case for Included.!ears.g|
Each year the State Board ot f Mosquito Control Local. Orantll', bonattorm County Service Officer,Salary and :Xxfe: e nsea'.i.;: _..;.. ..I lSd.OflMlfeu ,interest'-\ ,.._______....___...-u:...__...___________.-__$ 5000.00 trouble.fre. service.TERMS AVAILABLE'.. '
Health changes the,I colors on, and Reimburse :_<_.-fi\..'.' .;.I.1I.Ut'! _;_.....____.. 5,00000: $rf Mm PeV DlWn !8eiwtefe d6flcere------, 12locl Total-Estimated' : Receipts -.._.___.._..____...._______$ 5.00000Less z..

the printed cards.in Those for and 1968-69 black are Preparation' Tax Roll. City 'of Starke ._ _;...._..... 'SSOOO' I Civil Detenss ,.----f.r..____.!-c!-' .....: :;:....--..- ii,/*l.o6 : BS'4< : _.. .________._.......,*...______________ :25000 Bradford Telegraph :
orange Civil Defense) _.J____It.___,: __..__ .._ 3160.00 County a
City of St rke. i 1 '
-tS '
Mos uflio"Control./ State) City and County ; .. $:S,3ioOORezonuig (! 11&1; of Estimated Receipts. ..._, ... __ 4.75000
and carry a June 30. 1969, ex : ... .. ,', ----- --------- -- -- -
; ....:. .-..-k.t':.':{:'\&-. 1,300.00Salary -
arfd' EVpenSes' ,,County Agent, Assistant 4.:....K"1, ..". .......,-.. I :
\t ina fcterki\ *.'1f':...:... .......__.%.._::.:.*...........__ IU4d:00: -
Mileage Bd'Per Diem, County Agent& and Assistant __ .-W5.00 l a

ForeM'FanfieV", ... 1".*..-..-...-':'.. _....;:.. U:.n'::... ,J.OOO.OO' .
Salary."tfoni6"Demonatrauan-&tenl'-----: : !.5AKfTleage rr

Per Diem; ) molUltr tiOU'Agent ..--.--r.... 'vi)00
.Defer'and bl Materials."4 H Camp Boy and Girls .. 750.00 . ..
; sY: Fire Control' I'M.-._i._. *... .__.._. itfob-bi: "' :
[ Recreafton'4.7-.................-.--.-...--.----..._ t,006.oo --
'. "" .. ,; 'f" Publicity' and JPubUc 'Improvements iCC,16.000.00)( ) .. 8.500.00 .' .''''.''.;.. -- --
-1 Rv Bradford County Fair Association .?,??,. :......-?-.. "3,00000: ..
Courfchouuel add Anne Capital Expense,............ t;,,,500.00 --
Now Bohn feok Rotary Spirit ''Dupllct 6I Equipment County''Judge' ...._.....f...,_.,..?-...... : 7200 -
Equlpinent "Civil' Defense .. .......?_.......... .,J500o6,, Zi.8et /
Equipment hlosquito'Control .__.....__._........____.. .:500:DO l i'r
Total Appropriations ._'__;j.-,....,.__..t315.< County;:: (Not to Exceed) _.".....T__'.___--..t. 6.9U2JH94lte3HERIPF ,. ,,',,' I
((10-of" Total Budget, Ole .uJIT"U
Total Budget '(Should Equal'Amount'Available for t. ;'qtr; ,, IX}

,Budgeting! ,' Form CF-41S) ._r.....ti.vjvi.-;...._.....*3ZZ,&I)8.95) I ,
EII&lmale( or Kevemes'and Receipts Bradford Cuy PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
Read and Bridge MataMnaace' Fund 1 l n "" T T"S > I IR <
For the 'Fiscal Year Ending: {icy rnber 30, u.<. '..
TAXES 1.14 MJlis'tn' Assessed. ". 'It
open for buainaes' Valuatloti '6f'44.m',35, ----..__.f 3Q.400.9t()
Gasoline Tax ______........ l4,$ ..O
Motor Fuel. ; Tax '. ---...?..-.._ 'l474'44'. '
Gas and Motor Fuel __.s.; _- ,_ 5t.BSl.60County r
WTi8 says art eTrjcnupireoTer,! "'votlabre'l/\/ bofft' ,ha, ;; has to be on eyesore?Not Bohn. electric models, tom $21S plug" Tax Redemption .'-......__.. 'i j g1Q.!14 !I
The front end back troy of the f.E.T..... City of Starke Reimbursement Temple .AveaiM ..-.... t4.oi I. -
R.11 Spirit puptlcatcW stow Info .. For a free trial come w, Total Estimated Receipts .._._.'140,56d7A 1
a handsome. ,compact,dusTproofease. phone! or send this.!! ceupeit Less 5% ..,_.-. -7OZstf: | y 4 e r 1
: In performance. the R.n, 1 lies Ir- Balances 95% of Estimated .Receipts :- .:......_____.._.......... 'wft.ia.tt! does! .0 i much, J x' s' A + ''tr
to fie Brought Forward: Cash -..$ ,, 7.500.04
mechanical feature that malt but COltS ao little r{ ,n r y a s r y M. 9 b r _
Electric Total Estimated Receipts! end Balances .S141.032.M& :
for k
Inexpensive '
copies. Patented wick distribute* tillage Levied Last Year 1.25. Estimated This Year'1i4r"' :
Estlmklcd I Expenses: : Road and Bridge Mlatiiaee' F K4 "
fluid ,
where needed: ,no floodln 4t
An automatic master clamp $ 50 \ *- Bradford Ceaalr :* I.* I ii, D"95'!

makes It as easy to Insert a mas 2 9 9 : Fir Ihe t Fikcsl a Ve'u' E ter unit In this Bohn Duplicator at ealart s.' Road Depattment!> _,_i.j.- :.-;._.:-;_.3-.i____0 f73.380.0o: I
to feed a sheet of f paper Into;a Mllea e: Per Dfeni' Road Foreman! _. .-........_. \+ f do Ait.
typewriter. Only one control Other" Road Supplies *:----------.i.I ......_._....___.> SAX>.00Gas. Ri eJddl
knob runs th. machine. Nowmplitations Hand Model-1 ..Fuel. O1T. Lubricant) ....._.,.........___...______ '..500.00i :,
: i'Malnienanr',. County. Barn ..............-.--.-.......- ..t'' ''230.0Q: light JJ ityrWYJK
$ 00 Repafrs.. Tires etc."_____.. ..__.__,....:...__...____.. i,,*...*>
215 "Small Tdols .- .._...... 235.00
Road Tax D-le.Municipalities! i ..._.- *,ttaJTinfter
I AtM other) Bridge Materials-...........___..... ''"'. .$
Insurance .. ....... _:..-*.._...i _....._..___ 1,000.00 jnanvy important) featurb /ll 1l office typewritertlFuH
:Expense Right of Way __.._:;..._.:._......._....._.._., ,1,50000! '... .
>Purchase of 'tew'1JIqullmtf'1l"! .u..............-..... 0, t710 i 'iBA
lzo keyboard
"Total' AppraprlalloJIs\ !'; ./..!.-.-._.......____._.$13T tfA <
''Reserve for ConBngencloa -........-...-.- .J.74I.7S k' .* Pleasant, ir ht Royal '1o 1ch"
The TELEGRAPH Is Proud TO Announce Budgeting! Form CP415).4) :.'.;. -.i'-...'...._-..n. ibM .* Roll 'n'.Ready' Paper Feed' ..
A New / The Complete t Entlmile of ltevenae4 snd-Bee ..... Bradford Coenty''L V ....
Dealership -- "
L* Quick-Set margins .
: Fine tad F.rtelt..r. Fund''t' r
Line of BOHN REX ROTARY I I For the! Ffscil'Yesr;Eadlag September' M, I9 t i" ..'::. ,* Retractablepapersuppod
: TAXES""1.W"MtlIa"on Mae8aeed'Vaiuatioa'ot! -._....1> 74Vir.t 2-coiorribbon I
; And MirncographMachines' ." Fines and Forfeltufes ."..__r.....>.:!!.:.:.. ;'....-......a\ 42,00040ConfacAted'i'g0iment ; I'.
Duplicator .Guaranteed for 5
Spirit ; "( .:.-..-....---.-..Hr '.BOO.t ffi/ years' .
And .SuppUes.\Ve\ Sbrvic6 1 ""rax Rebenfj, dn .t.'_".'"._............._.....__ .290df OI'
: !-YMH OUAIIANTZX Itoyal' TVpewrtter Company tno. .
fi. > L ; Civil FeesXr.U( ; .-__..__............_.:....s--._.. (,060.00 inset replacement' al no charge, ether than !labor and guard ship -
Them Too. I'""total. Esiiirfcted: Receipts _... .-..tU9.417.lft ping, of any oefeothr part (except rubber parts ribbon., or
.Less 5% -" ': -=-.__. 5.OT0.8J .part, *,damaged by accident. or misuse) within five yesrs of
95% of Estlnr.ated! Receipt ..._____.__..__*-.-. 113,44642 purpnaa*. No tabor charge within Sat 90 CI. L Guarantee'
r Total KsttmatedHecepM: ) ,,and Balances. ..:.,_--.......'..113A4i.3t e vi* e*V Nk* original purchase*,

I' FilingFee, Courtwork .:ll..-..-........_-....... Sl70: MiOther'CoWt .
/ /R? E.:1 DEMONSTRATIONLCome; : !! I ,Costa and Fees ....-----.,---........----. 2.CWJBO> Wop! in.Sae i&Try ti. Yo3t7fow. th* spirited new Boydliti
i I'v.'itne'jfe artid"'Jwry'J:-C Mnty -...;._._......-. 1,680.00"I
In or Call.Bradford I .Salary, Prosecuting Attorney for County .-...... 00.0( Also Full Line of Electric Portables .
rs ProYocntfnar Xtterne*. Putea and Commissions,..-,t ,5od,0l)
1eniintJllubUc:DelIlIId'! W-J.J d._'t_-...__-. I..3ArdilOigdeet 1
,; Telegraph-i \ Physicians; Feed r-----------------------------''lRoqaQI :
County .Ataintenonce and..Repairs Coimty Jail.l .-..---.-- 1'" W.o BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
1 t I. SAlaif/snerlf' > f i-. ....'i__...-._.. _._w--- ____ ff.DOQ Ok'Deptrttfis "
x. ;::!garyi' and..Aaststanta.t_.:: ___,46,6S9as) \

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I Raymond M061 sixth grade; Mra. R. O. .VmiHby Mrs. Tllla A. Yawn Count' Judge" of estate. of Ethel. Mnndy White, I tiff v.. ", 'IXtlOt' BV. ,,:MoSWJUN1.Defendant : .
Mae Chuntmm.. ; Mr, ti. N Plik-, 'l-tmdford County Florida for deuuauad on this lath day. of .. '. -
Mrs. Ruthanne Parr third erlng (Alternate. ) Mr. approval thereof. and for FinaliXHrharire August 190(IK. TO: LUCY r. MoSWAJN DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
j 4 4 grade; Mrs. Sonia Selgler sixth ley (Alternate) aa IJxe"IIor!] of therwill Olin W. White. Jr. 0/0 Co"*. '. Trailer Village
VOICE of the In testimony whereof, of Freeman Register, Sr., Executor of the estate of Wilmington, Delaware 19808 -
grade!; Mrs. Ayleen Smith unto subscribe. my na. deceased. Ethel Mandy White., deceased.. You are hereby notified thatsuit STARKE PHOND: 964-6200
Librarian; Mrs. Nancy Wallace cause. the Heal of the .u This I August eth. tfln. 8/l 4t11 for divorce has. been filedagalnat
to be hereunto affixed SFreeman: Reg-Inter, Jr. I you as Defendant by
SPORTSMAN second grade Mrs. Char- 10th day of September FREEMAN REU1HTHK, JR. :NOTICE -OF-' ELECTION John H. MoSwaln; am PlaintiffIn KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PIIOHE 473-3178
lean Whitford. fourth grade( ; EXECUTOR Be It known that I, TomAaam. the above> styled Court and
". l9CARL. HURST MAYOR 8/8 4t 829In Cause. and you are required to
ByMike Secretary of State
and Mr. Robin
Worley second (SEAL,> file your defense or Answer tothe |
the State of Florida do herebygive Rental
filed thereinwith Services
grade. ATTEST: The ; Judice's ('our t notice. that General. Complaint ai
County a Circuit
Clerk of the
Mrs. Jean Allen will be secretary MBRRH.1 In And For' Hrudfurd County, Election, will be held' In Bradford Court In and for Bradford I
Phone 475-2171 CLERK Florid. In Probate 50. County State. of Florida
Teacher' Aides will 8/16 't 9-5 County Courthouse Starke, HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
R. succeedingthe
Thelma next
In Ret! Estate of on Tuesday Florida. and nerve a copy
JlIfot.'i.'r r t.t1a11'Thursday be Mrs. Polly Price Mrs. Johns DeceA.'d.NOTIC' i. first Monday In November. thereof upon mid PI..lntlff'eatt..rney. .
.. In The Circuit Convt Of The TO MtJ DITOR8' A. D., 1060,, the said< Tuesday Lex Green 132-134 N. '' CRUTCHES
Edith Wallace and Mrs. Diane Eighth Judicial. Circuit: Of All creditors of the estate of beingthe fifth day of November Box '
Howdy fellows how's your morning. The bass Tison. Fiends. !. A.d For Bradford. Thelma R. Johns, deceased, tofill the following offices Court Starke,,. :Florida Street. P. O.12091, 1208'1'
luck running? If it's like ranged from 3 to 84 pounds. Cones; ?. Cue No. ''. are. hereby notified and re- : I before the. 16 til day of .
mine you'd rather forget it. They also caught a 5* pound Dollle McAlexander. Plaintiff qulred to file any claims or United .State. Senator; 1968 ; and If' you fall to> do so I
Grade HonorsGo -vii- \Vlllard Jf MoAlexander. demands which they may have Representative In Congress a Default Judgment will betaken
Seems like every time I trj Jackflsh. Defendant. against! said estate In the office for the Second Congressional against you for the relief '
to fishing some-thing al. I NOTICE OP. SUIT of the. County Judge of District. ;' demanded In the Complaint"
go Shlpman's Camp (west shore To Five To Wlliard J. MoAlexandor Bradford County Florida In Thrr. Justice of the Ipreme and thereafter said Cause. shall 1 1proce..d NEED READY
ways happens. I could havt i Santa Fe) reported a fairly Addre. Unknown. the Courthouse. at Starke., Court Ex, Parte. : GlDy
gone Monday morning but I SJRJC StudentsFive You Are Hereby Notified thatan Florida. within six calendar One Judge of the District Witness my hand and seal oil, iiS1iME
decent week also. Those fishing .
action for divorce ha* beenfuel months from the date of the Court of Appeal for the First said,Court this 20 day of August -
had a little thing called news I from SWpman's from talnat you and you' are first publication of this notice Appellate District 1968 at Star I..., Florida ,
local students are among of Kuch. claim demand must *>e One Commissioner Florida
to do. Besides that, our fish. required to serve a or ,GASH
copy (BEJAJb)
Gainesville Mr. and
were: 20 honor students at St. Johns your written defense. any In writing" and must .state the Public Service Commission.
ing boat was in Gainesville. Mrs. Carl Bartlett 44 bream; to It on Eugene. Y", Shaw' At- place of. residence and. post office State Attorney Eighth Judicial Charles A. D:1I'bY. Clerk
The fish were biting fairly River Junior College for Term for Plaintiff, who e id- address. of the claimant Circuit Circuit I Court, Elarhth Judicial I
Mr. Dunmore 7 bass; Mr. m. April 30 to Aug. :S.\ reneYi la 143 Weat Call:. Street and must ba aworn to by the Public Defender. Eighth JudIcial Circuit
good but they sure weren'tselling .. the. In and for Bradford< County,
and Mrs. Louie Pratlcal 22 Starke. Florida, and file claimant his anent or his attorney Circuit
the lakes on fire. Let's Richard T. Ix>vornr Harry H. original with the Clerk of the or It will become voidaccording State Senators for the following Florida For Eack to TINE
and Terry Voyles 20 .
specs; Hazen. and Darby, H. Johnston above styled Court on OP before to law.S Senatorial Districts By: Beulah M. Moody [ -
take a look now and see just DePUty Clerk' [
specs and 18 shellcrackers. September. >. 1888 i otherwisea / Carl I* Johns Seventh
what happened last week and Lots of other successful fish all of Keystone Heights. were judgment may be ,enteredaxalnut CARL L. JOHNS!' Members ot the State House I/IS 4t 9-12'
among 52 students on the President's you for the relief demanded S/ Sandra J. Durkee of Representatives for the School Needs?
over the weekend. ermen from Jacksonville and In the Complaint. ,9r ,SANDRA J. DUHKICHCoAdmlnlstruturs Following House Districts: INVITATION TO BID I'
List having honor '
an .
Griffin's Lodge (east shore elsewhere. Petition. or the Estate Sixteenth and Seventeenth
point average of 3.5 or higher. Wltna my band ana. .ne of THGUMA R. JOHNS County Judge BY
Santa Fe) report that shell. Sllm's Flsh-N-Stuff of Keystone Barbara S. Johnson and Karen seal of ....Id Court on the. deceased. Clerk. of the. Circuit Court STATE PURCHASING CLOTHING FOR TIlE CHILDREN?
crackers should be on the day of August 1UUS. FouR"nn F. Shaw !Sheriff'
Heights reports that S. Woodburn of Starke were Charles A. Darby KirOKNR F. SHAW! Tax Assessor. COMMISSION REGISTRATION }FEES
beds by the weekend and you Palmer Williams of Starke among 68 stuaenta on the Dean's A. Clerk Of Said Court 142: Weit Call Street Tax Collector TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA !
know what that means. They By Beulah. Moody !Rtarke' Florida. Superintendent of Publlo Instruction -
caught a 9 1-4 Ib black bass Sealed Bids will be ,
List having an honor point A* Deputy Clerk. Attorney. for Co-Administrators Competitive OR VACATION EXPENSES CAN BE
say that shellcrackers are now in Lake Geneva and Joe average of 3.0 to 3.49 inclusive. Firm Publication' : August/ 8, First Publication: August 8. Supervisor of Elections received fey the State Purchasing

on the sandbars; and the bass Smith caught a 12 Ib. bass In SERVICE ACADEMIES 196M. a/8 4t 8.29 1988 8/8 4t 8-29 Members, Board' of CountCommissioners Commission until ,11:00: AM. CONSOLIDATED INTO; ONE PAYMENT
Dlstikts l 1, 8,
are biting early in the morning
Spring Lake. Senator Spessard Holland has -- and 5Members on the date shown for the following -

and late In the evening; Mr. and Mrs Jim Watts announced that Florida. !iboys I !. The. County JudK. Court In Court Of The County Judrre.Ilrnilforil Board of Public Instructions : Come See Us!
and that specs are on the Of Dredfonl County, Florida County state Of District 8 and 4
brush and sons Mr and Mrs. H. K. wishing to receive; considerationfor In Preeaie No. 1-IU4O Florida. In Probate.In County SurveyorIn September 10,1968-Sale of
piles occasionally Roy Davis and Don Hill were fish nomination to one of the four I In Bet Estate of Freeman re. the Estate of Ethel Testimony Whereof I Pine. Gum We Make Loans for Worthwhile
Griffin and daughters. Jean Mandy White., Deceased.To have hereunto set. hand and Any
off Register', 8'P. Deceaned. my Bid. 'ma.'n.ks.. Conditions and
ing Shired Island near U. S. service academies! must .
i Con- affixed the Great Seal of the
and For
June went out for a Notice Of Filing'Petition All Whom It May
Horseshoe on Saturday and have their completed application Final\ DiechargeNotice cern: State of Florida at Tallah..ee. ..- Specifications! may'be ,obtained I Purpose

while Sunday; Roy caught a caught some nice fish. The forms in his office no later la hereby given that Notice Is hereby given that day. of the August Capital A.this D., the 1988.First from the State Purchasing:: Com 'I
7Mi-pounder and Jean caught I have filed final return. Olin W. White Jr. has filed his !
\t largest than my mission William D. Bloxham
Monday September 16. TOM ADAMS
one was caught by the I
a 4-pounder. and Report of Final Distribution final report as Executor of the
-j Thursday morn- youngest one in the party. All correspondence may be addressed > and Petition for FinalDischarge estate. of Ethel Mandy White (SEAL SECRETARY) : OF STATS Building Room ill.;:: Calhoun I i $25.00 'TO $600.00
ing. Roy guided Mr. Zellner Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coop- to Sen. Holland -421 Old aa Executor of the deceased. ; that -\he has filed his 8/8 4t 8-1t Street .Tallahassee..,Florida.
of ,
of Jacksonville and Mr. Cone Estate Freeman RegInter.Br. petition for final discharge
of per of Starke was fishing Senate Office Building, Wash. ., deceased. l; and that I have and that he will apply to the The Commission reserves the I .. TOWN;:; FINANCE COMPANY ,.
\ St. Augustine; they caught there also. ington;,>>. C. 20510. > filed my Final Return. and Re- County Judge. of Bradford In.. Tae, Circuit Court. Of "''Iorld. .- right to reject any or all bids. \
18 bass port of Partial Distribution, County Florida nn the 20th Eighth: Judicial Circuit
Wednesday and 5 From what I hear the fish "This deadline is mandatory and that on September 10th day' Gf September, 19(11( for approval And For. llradford County Executive Director 226 N. Ave.
_till In order to permit) sufficient 19S3. at Z:00: P. M.. I will ap- oftime and for final No. 3H3JOHN Al J. Day' I Temple Phone 964.7449StockUp
are biting in ,
Orange and
ply to the Honorable Theron 01 discharge* Executor of the H. McSWAIN Plaln- .
( Lochloosa. so you had better time for processing applications 8-22-2t-8-29

Wanna start something? try to get out and catch ," Sen. Holland stated, "No
some. extension of time can be rant i ""

Well folks that's all of the ed."
The academies .are located at
news and I am wanting to go tarty
fishing. I will close. Until Annapolis, Md. (Navy) West

next week goodbye and good Point N.Y. (Army); Colorado CLOSEDLABOR FO e

luck. Springs. Colo (Air'Force),. and FAIp .. .
Kings Point. M. Y. (Merchant DAY

IntereatecS'younl' men. who a ,

1 MELROSE have not yet filed applicationsfor

We carry a complete line admission the venous service alG,."LONCJ

of dependable, powerful academies in the summer of ( STICK

Atlas Batteries [From Proceeding< easel. 1969 should immediately write

Senator Holland to request

STANDARD Barbot Music;. Miss. Kay necessary ,forms In order to( return :m 25c
OIL Benson first grade; William the forms to his office by

Black Physical education; the Sept 16 deadline ,, .- a-' SUPERMARKETS
Mrs. Marie Dawsey fifth _
Call Your Standard OilMAN
grade; James Finlayson. fifth CAKE ''
IN STARKEK. Hutcheson.Earns _::_
grade; Mrs. Sharon .
Hayes S NRff GOOD rHU.IDI' THRU ..
G. DUNCAN "U'O", AUGUJI a'aIm "'"..---=-
kindergarten Mrs. .
: Ira James 69 -
GUON" 1 car; e/surr/
964-6132 Ph.D ., ,
-- '-----
I third grade; Mrs. Cheryl

!Standard Compeny(Inc.In Ky) I Marchinton Kirby first grade exceptional; Miss. chUd Linda; At Clemson V 05 A04E I I_ YOUR CHOICE! IiNiT.l COFFII WITH UO oum rOOD DUllE

Aaron A Hutche on. son of :
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hutcheson ; COFFEE SALE !

of Starke. received the degree "' ,

JACKSONVILLE of Doctor of Philosophy' fat 7oz t .',.;. .
Agricultural Economics on UOUtAII t 'Vf
Dn OR r 1
Aug. 3 from Clemaon Univer 01LY t- FOLGERS FOOD FAIR lbcan
I Iban
sity at Clemson. S. C. srty f f' '' ._
Dr. Hutcheson is now Associate '
Business Directory Professor .of' Economics GET SET see : ;. ':

and Chairman of the Department HAIR SPRAY iCOFFEEjr
of Economics at Austin r 4 I I' S8 c 43cS1

Peay University 1nClarkavllle /

:Auto Tenn. Austin! Peay 49c
Sales & Service' "
MOTORCYCLES Is a state university with an .. \.\.

enrollment of approximately ................. ..5...e. e..e. ee. ...ee.ese ............. ....................................................e.ee..e..ee..e..ee :
Parrish Motors .1.
HONDA 3,000 students. I
Dr. Hutcheson la married to ,SAVI 204. PUll All VIGITAILI

BALKS MONTES the. former Lorene HeberUng SAVE 84. EAT ELLGREEN LABEL 'LIMITS WITH 5.oo OHMOMOHPIHTUNAi FOOD FAIR COOKING OIL.....................26..IOYTIt. .. ...........,..494'SAVI ,
8KB VICE! MOTORS ell pYCUES CO. of Ft. t Lauderdale?api4a they 6t.LIBBY'S. ,

WARTSAlways See Honda's Hot 3601 10 have, 7. and three 5.Hutcheson. children" kgetf t.t FISH I T ........................ZZSL....194 TOMATO CATSUP.............,......,,......GTTiL..r: ............,194SAVI I

4940 Blending Blvd. from SAVE! 314!.. SPARKY BRIQUETS 14* OAK Hill HAIVIS IN HEAVY SYRUP .

.21 Laura Good St. Used Ph. 81S8-Cars OM MOTORS Phone 171-8244 Bradford High graduated School ,10" 1953 C H ARCOA L TO LB BAG 79J. FREESTONE PEACHES. ......................,......2'. .:.t"N7. ............ 4ISAVI .

CYCLES and received the degree-, of ........................................ 6<. JUNI aOY '.

BEAUTY ACADEMY 4940 Blandlng Blvd. 771-8244 Bachelor of Science in agricultural SAVE 101. FOOD FAIR REGULAR OR LOW CALORIESOFT FRESH CUCUMBER CHIPS ................lies.......JAil.............,.......191 .'.
economics from Gut.Un-
American MUSIC t. versity of Florida. He was employed DRINKS ZZZZL.W/69t/ .

I with the Florida Agri-- ...... ,LIBBY'S FROZEN FRUIT DRINKS ........ ...........12f$1/ t. a
: Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. cultural Extension Service as -

Academy an assistant county agent. aONELESS '
21 W. Monroe 35S-OBQ1 Band String Instruments In 1965 he received a mas COOKED Batk-to-School V
ter's degree ,In ag economics ee E
; Amplifiers from the 'UP.'' ARMO' ii t

fl l" RiversideHairstyling .. School Roberts suppuJnatr\tct1on Recorder In 1964. Hutcheson" receiveda gpeaLdl *

one-year Kellogg Foundation

Music Idbrary-Expert! Fellowship to attend the Agricultural 1 FRESH STAR OR '
Repair Department FILLER{
Policy Institute,at .
8659 Park 8*. 388-8837 i 41 W. Monroe 84 -Mj' North Carolina 'State University .

Modern Styling After completing-that." 'he MOHAWK

Qualified Instructors PIANOSFor was granted a two-year National FRYERS PAPER -
Accredited VA ApprovedDay Defense Education Act CANNED 1
or Night .
Classes Musical AdviceC. Fellowship to attend Clemson 500 COUNT


Peavy Brother
8TAEKESunday _
t I'
Electric Co.ELECTRIC -Onirch: School 9:43: Sib $379 .

) MOTORS a.,m.;. Morning Worship 11 a. CAN ..;': FREE BOOK COVERS

SoldServlcedRepalredGeneratorsStarters : m.; MYF Activities. 6:30: p. m.. WITH ANY SCHOOL 1
dickering and Other
Name Brand Pianos I MYF meetings; p.'01.: Evening i 'esLc{, wNO ".,.=

Armature Rewinding Worship 8 p. m; MYF Fireside '

4044 Lenox 387-2528 KIMBALL OROANS"SWINGER". ,. 8 p. m. ATTn-1IJ 1 ml 'SEEDLESS \ :

Tuesday-WSC3 Ex. Bd. 1t:30 '
:MATERNITY WEAR"Jacksonville's" I Roosevelt Mall 888-8319 a. m.; WSCS general. meeting GRAPES L- '

10:00 a. m.WedneadaytPrayer.

meetingand / 1 '
f' Bible study, 8 p.'m. 18 23< ;

H. & N. Thursday-Chancel Choir rehearsal -

: p. m.

., 'to '

.t.- BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills. USDA1 B v'e'iFIRM GREEN, '). :
1 1T
Model makes fancy de- Bradford County Tele. "
Most Complete signs stitches monograms, graph.! BEEF CHOICEJ jIj

Shop for Mother-to-Be overcasts sews on buttons, CABBAGEC ..
make button holes &: blind '

JUDY'S stitches. No attachments NOTICH 'Of ELECTION: / ,;. -
!1MATERNALANE Demonstrators $,18 or'S cll, Carl: Hurst Mayor of: the LI '- ,..1n '.......
per of Stmrlco. Florida l by 'vlr- .. '--r' ...-...' -
1007 Park St. S3 -1I013 mo. Call Jax 771-1890: tue of the authority veittil In -ti :f. :::
me by lawdq. hereby call .a \"
First Primary Election to be .' i\"esh LARGE STALK PASCAL FRESH JUICY CALIFORNIA r"\
\ MOTORCYCLES (old at the-Fire Station: In theaforaeald : i
WESTERN STORE City by qualified voter ie
on .1oV'th tinptembur 10. eEL E R y. IACM 174 LEMONS..DOZEN39 t
Triumph 1968 A. D. of eYew
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Of Group 1 One councilman
LITTLE DUDE For'Two Yeara .
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Group S tilDe Councilman
For Two Tear.
TRIUMPH Western Store Oroup S One Councilman
JOoo To OGO! ,'" For' Two TeariIpnpectora .
Western Clothing Leather- For Said Election.
..ttut Parts Service ...
goods Saddles and Trailers Mrs Ernestine Denmark, .
trued Motorcycle In Htuck
IIf... Myrtlre Dennis' Albert
4228 Phillips Hwy U. S. I 8. Charles & Sharon iFetty Foster Mrs J. E. Hllrd,.,- Mr*.

"1lacbODvUle\ 359-1243 802 S. Edjrnvood 884-1210 Margaret. B. William.. Mr*.
Peggy Mra., Ed Pre-
9 vats, Mrs Ethel Raymond, UUr*. -

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