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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1. J. E. Hardy's car lot was evacuted as water flooded U. S. 301 North. "" :. (,

2. Two boys and their pet dog inch across floating bridge in front of
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1. Flooded section of Highway 16 (east) was closedto -
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2. Frank Williams, county director of Civil Defense,
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man in evacuation of Crosby Lake home late Monday 7. Volunteer workers fill sandbags in an effort to
afternoon. keep water out of homes on Crosby Lake.

3. Three members of Clay Electric maintenancecrew 8. Donald Martin Jr. and L. B. Jordan come to the
wade through new "county road" around Sampson aid of the county road department by posting sign at
Lake subdivision, which became a canal instead of washed-out bridge east of Starke.

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4. Mobile homes on Sampson Lake can be moved pull meters at homes on Sampson Lake.
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Sixteen Inches of rain falling in Crosby and Sampson, where the windows of some homes! and nesday and was down about one county roads and bridges $10- utilities I
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a Probably the hardest
over Bradford County In a four- the level continued hit, ac- Wednesday morning old
to rise for trailers In an
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Sampson Inch from Its peak. to the Starke
sewer system (houses without '
day period brought tons of wat-- four days after the rain! stop division, and ; were electricityduring cording to Williams, was the wooden row boat was found
a new county The prolonged Use !in Crosby $10,000 to city streets, bridges, the These
emergency home of
er rushing down Starke County Commissioner lodged in of
on : the three
one nine-
road.
Just
opened east of the and water had and .
ped.Dave Sampson-a1te1' drainage structures
from the Trail Ridge divide, Paulk, heavy equipment ; some Interruptions were mostly caused \ Jerome Johns! on Redgrave.. foot culverts at the railroad in
subdivision
became a virtual ;receded in Starke is due to $32,000 to private homes $22.-
: by limbs
falling
flooding many homes, turning operator, who lives on Crosby, canal. Only access to ,the area the fact that Alligator Creek 240 damages to DuPont's Trail rain .soaked weighted by The family was out of townwht'n Sampson City which carry water I
tho Starke golf course Into a said the water level reached a was by boat.Maintenance. moss. the creek spread over Its out of Sampson Lake througha
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rising on the western slope Ridge mining
virtual lake, and washing out point 13 inches higher than it operation; and County Civil Defense Director banks) and Williams said furni- canal into Santa Fe River.
crews from Clay Trail east of Starke,
Ridge up to $50,000 to
Bradford
Coun- Frank Williams said he will attempt
roads and bridges that will take did during Hurricane Dora two Electric ture in the living room of the Dave Paulk who made the
Cooperative were kept drains into these
a vast ty agricultural
area
the county six months to repair.Bradford years ago. Water was reported busy over ,the weekend "cutting basins.It Interests. Includ- to have the county de- home was under about two feet: discovery, provided two men
ing
County Civil Defense backing from flooded pastures and leach- clared a major disaster area, of water. He estimated dam- and the county sent two
up Sampson into meters" to homes in) the Crosby is estimated that some four ed-out fertilizer. men
and volunteer workers evacuated Crosby, and making It eligible to ;receive ages between $3,000 and 4500. to the boat which
water also remove formed
was running
Sampson, and Black Creek ar- billion gallons of water drained Cost of the flood ,
to the Florida !- federal funds to help with re Twelve
54 families "dedicated volun.teers"
many by boats into Crosby from Rowell a dam clogging the culvert
eas to avoid danger from 8ho-t- Into Alligator Creek during the State
Telephone Co. of pairs. He feels that
however
over the weekend. Estimates Lake, two feet deep over the In were working out of the with water hyacinths and other I
ages. most cases, service rains from the 14 sections ((8"lbO Starke will range from $5,000 there Is only remote possibilityof Civil
Defense
of overall damage In the coun- railroad track between the two. office during the debris.
has
not yet been resumed! .- acres) east of Starke that to $10,000. according to
manager receiving such aid.
ty from $150.000 to emergency, and Williams said Paulk said
range $200- The water level in Sampson the that within 30 minutes
cause water Is still
too
high. shed
Into '
water this drainage Ernest Patz. About 350 tele- In Starke, some residents of they not
only answered
reached the bottom of every after the block
the railroad Lake was removed -
Crosby
which had
000.All system.
phones were out of service during St. Clair, Water and
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Redgrave call for
lakes in the area rose trestle which in normal assistance, but also) had water in the Immediatearea
steadily risen
since the rains, Included in the totals
damage the height of
the flood. Laura Streets had to abandon
from one to four' feet and patrols out looking for people of
ser- times is 12 to 15 feet above the finally started dropping Wed- the culvert dropped four
ious flooding was, experienced water level. Waves lapped at were an estimated $35,000 to Oscar Davis, director of city their homes as the water rose. who needed assistance. inches.








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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1968 NUMBER ELEVEN

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Election"It's GallonsAlmost Residents


the quietest since I iTT "W HS B1 PIPHlM' jMagiM irKcLiSr

can remember," City Clerk 800 billion gallons -

Merrill Edwards says of of water fell on Bradford

tion next in Tuesday's which two city councilmen elec-- i?*** iJfi S5f iap"jf through County Saturday from Tuesday last Siceloff Confirms Emergency

will be elected. *
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absentee ballots cast so far, ; fif disaster.'

compared to 60 or 70 In a. us- N tfl fli The overall county average Big Dad Plant Procedures
ual city vote, Clerk Edwards 7 was 14,20 Inches of rain during

predicts! that: the five-day period with DuI'cnt's ,

"Unless romettr'tig 'chanpev Trail Ridge mine setting -- -
I don't believe 1,200 peopl3 the high mark with) 17,30 Inches Shut DownUnless Are Hit "

will vote. We may push it to while Santa Fe fire tower May

get 1000." remained comparatively dry

In an average election be- with\>: 1170. Flood control measures
twrn 1,550 and 1.630 voters r"s Camp; Bla.itUng 'recorded 15.54: s the plant can be sold or merged with another and action to help residents

cast ballots In cl'y elections. Inches Louis Hill fire tower corporation, Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc. will even- evacuate homes in time of

Approximately: 2,350 voters are (Highland) had an even 13] tually have to close its plant in Starke, D. S. Siceloff, emergency have been requested -

registered. John E. Strong, production manager for Duto divert water Into levees during last week's while New' River tower reported Lexington, N. IC., president of the company, told The of the Starke City

Absentee ballots may be Pont mines, surveys emergency dams throw up Trail Ridge flood. 12.70. 'r"1"" ..."..."".,............}.,., '.1'1.....oou"; ..... Council and the Bradford
cast until 5 p. m. Monday, Last week's deluge, attributed. Unless'''the plant can" be sold or County Commission by a

Sept. 9. Polls will /be open to a "tropical depression" that merged with another corpora- everything I can so Starke can group of persons whose ....

from 7 a. m. ,to 7 p. m. Tues stalled over this section of Florida tion Big! Dad Manufacturing continue to have. a plant,'" he homes were flooded Friday

day. DuPont for several days, brought Co., Inc will eventually! have to commended. He has /been work- and Saturday after the X

Council Chairman One Wiggins Damaged August's! total average rainfallfor close Its plant in Starke, D. S. Ing closely with. Pete Novak, five-day deluge."A .

a 10-year veteran and the county to 25.56 inches' Siceloff, Lexington N. C., presi-- manager of the Bradford County lot of things- happenedthat
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senior man on the board, is as compared with a ,14.03 50- dent of the company, told The Chamber of Commerce.: shouldn't have happened.
being challenged: by former year. average for the month. Telegraph Tuesday. Why is the plant In trouble? St. Clair Street Resident James

councilman and bond trustee The four-days of almost continuous Over the past two months, the "Because. the Imports from Bloodworm 'told Mia' County K

Ewell Lawson: in a Group 1 But downpour, with Inter. number of employees, mostly Japan, Hong Kong and Formosaare Commission Wednesday mom-
race. Wiggins Is now recovering Levees HoldIn nr"""
at home after surgery for day !is believed to have broughtthe ,wage of $1.60 an hour has' dropped In a telephone interview. 'not only ,to the rising water

removal of a kidney Aug. 23 heaviest rainfall oJ this from 150 to about 75, accord- Big Dad, which manufactures but to the lack of waning/ that

and has been able to do no spite of unfounded crntury ''to Bradford County, exceeding ing to W. Gerald :Tucker: local! men's and boys wearing apparel the water was reaching flood
campaigning. He says he will : under stage, lack: of assistance In
even! that recorded during manager. the name 'brands of Big
get to the polls Tuesday, how- flooding rumors during DuPont last levees week's at : prevIous hurricane. 'periods. Slceloff said 'hat ''he has been Dad, LIT Dad, Happy) Jim. Cowhide of evacuating homes, and a lack
I storage! facilities for house-
ever.
Trail Ridge plant east! Although water ''has been attempting to sell or merge ,the Brand Western Jeans and hold furniture and
Lawson affiliated with Law- of Starke did not break (Continued on Page Four) plant for some time. "I'm doing Ponyriders, came. to Starke in The goods.
or groups consisted of residents
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(Continued on Page Pour) overflow, according to from Water Street and

John E. Strong, production a. .P Bessent! Road, 'as well as St.
superintendent of the Trail I After Clair Street.Bloodworth.
DON'T MISS Ridge and Highland plants. w. 2nd HEW LettcrCivil was spokesman

I \Strong said 'that the levees M for the group before both bo-

OPERATIONTEENAGER were contained throughout the dies as he sPOke of the "exodus
four-day rain that dumped 17,3
i from high water." Both' Alliga-
I inches' of water on Trail Ridge. tor Creek
and a drainage ditch
Three Inches of rain fell during Case
Rights running east ,
,r. from Temple!
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an hour and a quarter Friday Ave. to Alligator Creek overflowed -

Woman's Club afternoon Strong ..said.DuPont's beginning. about noon
loss from rain dam
Friday and not reaching Its
BuildingFriday age was ,placed at ,approximately -
Sept. 13 $22,400, which Included damage crest that, night.until about 10:30: p. m
Given

8:00: P. M.Sponsored water to pumps roads, acid,bridges pumps, ditches, railroad -, :a To Attorney Water St Clair flooded, getting seven knee homeson deep

By tracks,
pipeline, electric in
some, and several
Junior Woman's Club motors, construction of tem- Massive washout resembled miniature Grand Canyon In DuPont more on
After receiving 'a second<< Letter Martin stated in her Aug. 28 tendent said. Water Streeet. Boats used St.
porary. dams ito! divert water. be- are i north of lev'... Depth of bole Is Indfcatrd by tap roots of Clah-
Parents stating that recommendations letter. Board Member freely for .several! hours
Rodney Hall
Invited to Especially Attend hind be contained the levees, and. where four It hoursof could two pine stumps, Known standing erect at right. to defer any new funds to ."this letter Is !to>notify your questioned HEW's authority! to and the street became Impassable -

down time. Bradford Schools will be made, district!. (Bradford County) that out off funds until after the to automobiles,
the School Board Tuesday, Sept. final approval of Residents either moved fur-
The wet mill at. Trail Ridgewas any appllca- hearing 'before federal examiners.
Season Tickets 3, acted ''to bring their attorney ion filed with this departmentfor niture or Jacked It up but wa,
shut down when an earthen Auto Inspection into !the! dispute with the U. S. federal. funds for new programs ter was so deep on the east! side
bank caved in leaving huge Supt. Casey repeated his
FOOTBALL (Department of Health, Educa, and activities is hereby previous of St. Clair that it ran over the
pipelines dangling In the air! so statement that the local ,
tion, and Welfare. ordered deferred," the civil baithtub rim in one home and
!that they pulled >apart at the Board has not; been notified In
On Sale Now Latest communication! from rights" office director stated. soaked a couch stacked a foot
$9 Reserved Seats during coupling.the This deluge.:happened twice Hours Changed :HEW, written .ADST. 28, reached The Bradford Board :was notified writing. that with It,the la out 3964 of compliance Civil- off the' floor In another.

BUS 961-6640 One shift$ was marooned at Supt. Tom Casey late last week; in mid-July by the Atlanta Rights .Act. Neither have Ashftng' for proper ptinning,
U was from KEW's Washington, office of HEW that Brad Instructions any for future wet periods, Blood'wortrt -

Mrs Lois Bennett when the'wet a mill road Friday leading. afternoon in from Hours at the car Inspection To be inspeced this month are D. C. office' and was signed by ford's civU rights compliancecase Board to follow been to given,be 'In for compliance the told the; city council

This SR 230 washed out. The new station. have been changed to cars with tag numbers endmg Ruby O. !Martin. director of the bad been referred to Casey said. "We're; not here to point the
I space contributed week. 7:30: to 4:30: Office for Civil Rights. HEW's Washington, D. C of- finger of accusation at
shift a. m : p. m. (exceptthe : with zero and one. The Department anyone
coming on at 4 m. had The .
IT to publicize community to leave. their oars on p. 230 andwad lunch hour from noon to 1 of Public Safety has also .it Is my conclusion that lIce for Initiation of proceed- superintendent! 'surd Curriculum but a lot) of people suffered f
events by p. m.1) Monday through!' Friday. your desegregation: plan 1s not ings for an: administrative hearing Coordinator! Connie great amounts of monetary
< In to the extended
wet mill. Even Inspection for numbers Clark: also
pointed "
out
the
Since its opening on.July 15, adequate and lj not working effectively leading to possible. termInation damage. Those; persons Included -
after their relief eight and
'arrived, the nine into September. School Board that .
Aug. 28 letter
The early shift the hours:; had been from 9 a., m. :: to accomplish the of federal funds to >the County Commissioner
CommunityState remained volun- Approximately 3,000 cars have elimination! cf the dual school county. :represents only one person'sopinion Jerome Johns who estimates
I tarily to assist in .water control to 7 p. m. Tuesday through Fri gone through the station .since \! that of Ruby O. Mar.
system. Furthermore, efforts by Asked the significance of the damage to his home on East
day ''and from 8 ,
efforts.Patrols a m. to noon on
Bank it opened with about 10 cent tin, not HEW.Deferment .
Saturday. per the staff of this office ito secure newest HEW communique, South Street just off Alligator
Frank
walked the levees that the Williams, explained failing the first time round. your compliance with the requirements Supt. Tom Casey said he assumes of funds will remain Creek at $3,000 to furniture and
around the clock, some of the hours had been (Headlights are the usual! prob- cf Title IV and :the : It means that Bradford's in affect "for not more floors.!
Accounts now Insuredup men changed because" so few cars lem)I. Williams' than 90
working eight-hour shift guesses that Regulation days pending the completion "I'm "
by voluntary' means compliance .status case (has gonna Jump ithe fence
were going through,
to $15,000 by on their regular Jobs, then the stationon state-wide, about 15 per cent of have not been successful' Ac- been sent to Washington, D. C. of the administrative: Civil Defense Director Frank

walking the levees for another Saturdays and after 4:30: p,m. the vehicles fall to. pass the .first cordingly, I am :referring this from the Atlanta; cttflde:: 'and hearing,' the letter also .states Williams :told the City Council
Federal Deposit Innr eight\ !hours .during: 'the four- "If we find that these hoursaren't time. matter to the Office of(the General 'will work its way on toward an Casey also ,pointed out this is Tuesday night."Jim .

day rain. good we're subject to During this month Williams Counsel of this department administrative hearing before first letter that states that the (Bloodwor h) :is f completely .

ance Corp. Strong said ;that most of Du- change. We want to be open the said >they 'hope to inspect 50 i HEW I with a request that ,administrative federal examiners.. The Bradford Florida Department of Education right In much !he says.

hours that the people want us vehicles a day enforcement proceedings Board has not been notified will also be'notified by "We definitely need more
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Bed'on' Olle Pal T,, ItltAOKIIlMI t'UIIN'' .',. TPII.P.IIf: ; .<\l'll. SIAKHR FMNCIIIA ___ ___ TIIUItsnAY, SEPT. 5, 1 His!
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Mr. and Mrs Keith Gllllng-
ham and children returned to After Lawtey Run

their home in Jacksonville on
Wednesday after spending a\

month with Mr. and Mrs. Guy

Sale at KlngsJey Lake. Fire Truck Policy Disputed AnewSparks

.. -- and Mr.Mrs.and Carl Mrs.Lamar Gene Johns Shaw ,

: GLADYS MOOTY and son Ricky, spent the .

: Phone 864-7603 weekend In Atlanta and visited flew when Fire Chief calls to houses worth $3,000 or County obtain a fire truck from er come forward. '

-- Six Flags over Georgia. R. C. (Red) Buford tackled the $6,000 but sent the truck whena the Forest Service ,and "the' city "Let us:' :take the first step" LT. ,COI* ILATCHERCOMPLETES

ors. E. M. Davla was visiting Mrs. Grace Bitch: is rentingthe Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin City Council Tuesday night man :worth $50,000 calls. 'tap' 'train and maintain! the Williams replied. Mr. Graves : COURSELt.
her sisters Mrs. P. E. Crowson horne at 507 W. and daughter Cheryl of Avon about .eendlng a Starke fire "You can't look on that as truck to serve outlying areas.. At the close of the meeting i
SJone and MIss Mamie Anderson Madison Street. Park and Cadet Jimmy God- truck to Lawtey violation ofa anything but favoritism Biggs Mayor Carl Hurtst' said he undarsUuuii Budford and McRae apologizedto Services Set Col. Harry M, Hatcher

In Archer on Sunday and MaJ. and Mrs. V. J. Speng- win of West Point N. Y. spent policy the council made recently said.Councilman -! the Forest 8e'vicegves each other for thier sharp Jr.? of the Army& National :

Monday. ler and daughters, Mrs. Em- the weekend with Mrs. Eve not to go beyond the Gerald Williams!: : the equipment and maintains words Here Friday Guard, recently completed Part

'Entering their freshmanyear ma Badman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Baldwin corporate city limits. recognized! Buford concern! also, I it.McRae. But !the\ at St. Johns River Junior C. Dukes Connie Chasteen Mrs. Eva Scott Scoggins of "We made an administrative, bin said the people in the cou.i- said a county com the fire department will answer 70,
William Henry Groves. at the U, S. Army
course
Ollege:t In Palatka over the and Melody Cuttino spent the Dunnellon Mr. and Mrs Jim- decision" Vice-Chairman 'Jimmy ty deserve fire protection ,too. mittee has .been supposed to i calls outside the city flints Wednesday cer
weekend were Martha Dennis long weekend at Daytona McRae the chief after He suggested that Bradford I meet with:, foe' city but has 'nev I 1&1 still of Apopka, died Command and General Staff
Ssosgins! and daughter of told apparently hanging.c
my ; .
he .. .
Starke where .._...
_aftomnon..______n _in_ ." ... r.dLws T_.An_"An.. .. ....
A "
Patz. Beach. "v.
Karen Rita Ellington
for ,
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. thinking a moment an answer relatives.A .
John LibbY, Stephen Wade, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoppe Ben Hightower and family of when Buford asked why was visiting Kan. Col. Hatcher is employedby
William Scoggins, Dan Griffls and children of Tampa were Jacksonville were Labor Day the council broke Its own rule resident of Apopka.! for ,the Combined; Support: Main-
Danny Wahler and Jackie visiting Mrs. 0 L. Beasley guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert All four councilmen voted to the past seven years, he was tejiance (Shop Camp Standing! .

Den.iett.Mr.; \ and Mrs. J. W. Klncaid over Barksdale and Mrs. Verne send the truck ''to.a motel In born: in Baker County. He wasa
; and Mrs. One Lauritzen the weekend. Barksdale. Lawtey last Wednesday Aug./ \ retired dairyman and a

of- New Port Richey spent the Miss Marilyn :BolJlnger nas Mrs. H. G. 'Merow of Tam- 28. c, member of Miller of Orlando.Memorial THE SOUTHSIDE
Church
weekend wlth.Mr, and Mrs. E. entered her ,freshman year at pa will spend Friday to Tues- Buford demanded another, Baptist Survivors include his widow, CHURCH OF CHRIST

G. Patz. I Samford University\ Birming day with her son-in-law and ruling Tuesday night but Bertha Mell Harnage Grove..' I
yMr and Mrs. .C. L. Cooper ham Ala. Miss Martha Bollln- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merrill never got it. Only indication of Apopka: ; two sons, Edward; Invites YOUTo
have had visitors Mr. and I
as ger has returned for her Junior Edwards. the council gave was 'Council of Apopka and Earl of ,Orlando
Mrs. Robert Cooper and fan year at .William-Carey College P. T. 'Nolln's statement
man
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coopr Mrs. Irene Hear
;; two daughters
ily of Savannah, Ga. last Wed- and MSs: Mary Bellinger were Tuesday overnight that he'd like more .time to Murtaugh of Taft, Fla. and
nesday to Saturday and Mrs. is teaching music at Petal
think it over.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Mrs. Nina Mae Jamison of
Walter of Gainesville GOSPELOF
Stewart
THE
Elementary School In IlatUes-
on Saturday. Cooper in Savannah. Ga. The fire chief demanded a ..Castleberry, Fla.; a brother

Rev and Mrs. R. Dj Burch burg Miss. Tom Moore and Mnce Denton ruling Tuesday night. Albert Groves of Leesburg:. CHRIST
and SOil have returned froma Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates of the Naval base la Nor. "I'd send it again" Chairman -' two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Green I

month's vacation and visit III of the State Farm were I 'folk, Va. were home for the McRae said, telling Bu and Mrs. Mamie Rowe of Orlando I
honored at a dinner party Sunday weekend.Mr. ford he couldn't refuse a call ; and 18 grandchildren 8:30: Sunday Morning
with friends and relatives In
North and .night on their 30th ,wed- and Mrs. Herbert for assistance!: h Funeral services will beheld WPXE Radio-Dial 'I 1490
Carolina Virginia
West Virginia. ding anniversary given by Thomas spent the long week- "You might drive'! it too," M l 111 in Jones Memorial "

their son-in-law and daughter 'end'-at.'thelr camp in the 'Buford retorted. The fire chief Chapel Starke, at 2:30: p. m. '
vMr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain .f \VorshipService
!
Mr. and Mrs. James Edward;
Scrub. was angry because he' has re- Friday w'th' Rsv..E. R. Bowers ,
have moved into their new 'Jacksonville. Guests tM. Sunday 11:00: A. M.,
Hodge in ,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Fields fused to answer calls to indt- f N officiating Burial will be in '
home at 728 W. Lafayette
included Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Bible Study-Sunday
Street -and family of Jacksonville' dividual homes just outside Dyal Cemetery. I
Shaller and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr and Mrs. Robert Tan- the city, only to have the' -- 10 A. M. and 7 p- M.
WL-Cpl. Emmett Akndge olCfemp 1 Mike Gilhooly of) Starke and council break the rule for ;; S.
ner of Baldwin were Sunday LABEL MAKERS, from I 3 Mi. South on U. 801
LeJeune N. C. was Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace of '
visitors of Mrs. J. H. Fields. him.Councilman 59.95- Bradford County Telecraph. -
home.for the weekend. He will Keystone Heights. Nell Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. E.
R Firth Ph. 964-6303.
be discharged from service Mrs. T. T. Long is visiting flew to Tallahassee on Monday sa'd the truck was sent to the,
on Friday after' two year's her sister Mrs Lloyd Lewis to visit Mr. and Mrs. aid of ano'her town a common

duty.Mr. at Hillsboro Beach this week. Hugh Ingram. practice among fire de. DEAR FRIENDS: Fr-- t
and Mrs..J. C. Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews SteveEdwards, .who graduated partments. .But ..Bufordsaid w
had asrUests/ during the and family of Gaines from FSU on August 21 that Lawtey has no facilities o
weekend Jim Zahler and Mrs ville were Sunday supper to return such favors. The I returned home Sat
after! summer school, has join This was the scene outside the Bel-Air Motel Aug. 28, which burned 12 of the 13 unit.
Leo Miller and children ol guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gad
ed the Air Force on a delayed fire chief said Lawtey had urday, August 31, froir
Jacksonville. Mr.. and Mrs, Mathews.Lee been In Lawtey after the fire last Wednesday ulrht.BelAir A
plan and will leave for Den glvn a truck by the my stay in St. Vincent'shospital.
Malcolm Mclnnla and daughter O. Goodman of Baltimore ver Colo on Oct. 15. Forest Service, failed to maintain I am making
of St. Petersburg Mr. and Md. spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby, it, and gave it back to
excellent but if
Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs Jr. and with-his Mrs. Virgil recovery n'
mother. have returned the Forest Service.
from .ten
daysin
children of Crystal River, Mr. Owen and Mr. and Mrs. R. the Smoky Mountains. They "I realize this is a problem MotelIn will be necessary for me fl pt

and Mrs. Wilbur Barry, Randy M. McRae. also visited her mother Mrs. ," Councilman P. T. NoUn to rest at home for a p, ,

RandaU and Bin Taylor of Mr. and Mrs David Long of W M. Andrews, in Ozark Ala told Buford. "But when you 1 week or two before returning -
Gainesville. All attended the Orlando were visiting Col. Local admittances to Bradford set up rules and regulations to work.I j

Hobbs-Dixon 'wedding,. on Fri 'and Mrs. T. T. Long on Saturday County Hospital this there is always-ought to broom wish to thank each

day night. and Sunday. week Include: Mrs. Clara K. for an except'on.' The Late BurnsTwelve of you who ,sent me
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding' Hancock and Coleen Bickel of truck was called ,in the early cards and called during
have had as visitors M. Sgt. Sr. took their grandchildren. Melrose H. A. Few of Keys'on:! morning when the chance for
and Mrs. A. W. Chapman/ of Debra. Don and Jim Harding Heights; Mrs. Agnes M. Fuq rrc. is !I''eht. Nolln said I my confinement in the

Fort Benning Ga. last Tuesday back to their home in Oden-i uay, Mrs. Lsm's' L. Griffls But Buford said early morning of the 13 units of first call at 2 a. m. A policy Tucker called the Fire Department I hospital. Friends like

to Thursday, and Mr. and ton. Md. last week and visitedtheir and Silas -M. Brown of Law. is not when the department Lawtey's Bel-Air Motel burn-|1 adopted a few months ago by and the truck was,: you are wonderful to .V

Mrs. Gerald W. Hicks and daughter. Miss June tey; Michael Driver and Gar. has the fewest calls by ed to the ground last Wed-I the Starke city council states on its way about 2:45: a., m.I i have.

r family of Melbourne r over One Harding, in Atlanta Ga. art rte Curlee of Lake Butler; any means. nesday night Aug. 28, the that city fire 'trucks are not Arriving in Lawtey: with its Because of the circumstances 1 will have to conduct
!]I
weekend. 'I route. 'Ir.Winter's '. William Godwin Jr. of Max- Police Chief Bobby Biggs cause thought ''by the Starke allowed to go beyond the corporate 750 gallons of water, the firemen I my campaign for your city councilman, Group
vllle; Ancll Mann of Brooker; told the council :he understands Fire Department! to be faulty limits. :
--- George -W. Harrs: of 'Ralford ,.the! fire chief's: concern about electrical wiring. slowed the blaze but!t 1, without being able to "get out" and seeing you.I .
Mrs. Florence ; leaving Starke unprotected Jodran called a second! time gave out of water. A trip back hope that you will each understand why I haven'tseen

:School of f Mrs. Oshle Horton B., Ben) Conner Rowe when the fire truck Is .sent out were Occupants evacuated in four safely rooms by and the the message Fire was Department relayedto fill.to Starke: was necessary to re you and that you will CONTINUE TO SUP-
Dancing The
truck
Mrs Joel Jackson, and Janice of town. Lawtey Marshall M. M. Jor- through the Starke Police De- to Starke finally returned PORT AND RE-ELECT: ME AS YOUR CITY

& Goolsby? .all o(, Starke. BUgs .said. ,the fire; department dan who was in charge of the parment, but it too was refus Thursday about 7:30: a. m. COUNCILMAN. GROUP I.;.,. SEPT. 10.
after
6 N. Cherry St. Starke Was' refused saving the
'f Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williamsof to answer motel. No evaluation of damages ed.
single unit. All
but three units ORIE A. WIGGINS
Athens
Ga. will be week
has been
announced by
Marshall Jordan were afire
then when
apparently : the
Dorothy Winter Salazar, Instructor end Mack/guests Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. -C. Connerof Insurance adjusters according went through the Brad, ment arrived in Lawtey depart-, firemen I I
to Mrs. Thomas O. Swan, who ford Sheriff's said I
1 Miss Virginia Raysor of St. Jacksonville and Mr. and Department I
owns the motel with her husband -
which called City CouncilmanNeil
Petersburg Mrs. Russell Conner of Orlando
was a weekend
9 BALLET 1/0 MODERN .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. were Sunday visitors of Tucker. The councilman
O TAP '* O BALLROOM Mr, and Mrs. Exley Caile of L. Conner. vania visiting their son at the available Councilmen Gerald I

Charlotte, N. C. were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. A. BaldwinJr. time of fire. Williams Jimmy McRae and I
.. Beginners -- IntermediateAdvanced visitors of Mrs. Carrie Hitch, were vacationing last The blaze which started! in P. T. Nolln. They agreed the
Miss Annie Darby and Mr. week in Biloxi Miss.. New the south end of the motel, truck should make the run to I P. T.TOM.

Classes to Begin September 5 1968 and Mrs. H. C. Hitch Orleans and Jacksonville.Mrs. apparently burned freely before another city, though runs to NOUN
Lt. Douglas Seymour of E. A. Winkler and the delayed arrival of the answer calls closer; to Starke ( ) :; r1 I
Registration Fort Bennbig and Hallle Seymour Mrs. Julia Wells returned Starke Fire Department. had been turned down In recent s
of Orlando were home Friday from two weeks visit S'aike firemen refused to months. ;
MONDAY AND TUESDAY SEPT. 9.10 for the weekend.Mr. with S-Sgt. and Mrs. EdwardA. answer Marshall Jordan'sMr.

and Mrs. Marlon Harrington Winkler In Long Island N. I, SEEKS FULL TERM AS i
AFTERNOON 1 ::00.4::00 of Palatka and Mr. ar I
and Mrs. Billy Harrington of Y.Mr.. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- and Mrs. Otho Hamman Services Set i mTYILMAN ti "
AGE 4 UP Jacksonville were visiting wire and Mrs. C. T. Wade Mrs. Lenora Waddell, Mrs. ,

AT 396 N. CHERRY STREET their mother, Mrs. Gladys were in Fitzgerald Ga. over Estella Kinnard of Tampa, GROUP 5 : .
Mrs. Bill Friday For 'r
Harrington over the weekend. the weekend vlstilng Mr. and Davies of Biloxl,
Mrs. J. D. Sumner and Mr. Miss., Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Starke Florida
Phone 964-7098 Lynwood Walters of Enfield ,
After 5:00 P. M.
N. C. is home on ten days and Mrs. I. D. Taylor. Her brand of Daytona Beach,, Mr. MartinClaude A 1' : ri.
vacation Charles Chambers of Miami and L. C. Smith of Vero
was visiting his parents, Mr. Beach were weekend /guests- DATE: SEPTEMBER 10, 1968 t ;
H. Martin, 47, of
of Mrs. .
and Mrs. Lee Chambers over Henry O'Hara and all
the weekend.Mr. attended the Newberne family Melrose died Wednesday morn-

I and Mrs. M. P. Flynn reunion at Gold Head Branchon ing in Veterans Hospital,
and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sunday.Mr. Gainesville. He had 'been ill One
Year (Hall-Term
for several months. )
Progress
Petty and Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Mrs. David Mont- Report
FOR EATING OUT PLEASURE I Haddock and son of Jacksonville gomery and family attended a Born Is Memphis Tenn., I I. Harmony and unity in city government
spent the weekend with I family gathering at the homeof Martin was employed by I individual official every department and every
Sperry-Rand in Gainesville and working together.
Mrs. J.
their parents. Mr. and Mrs.. W. Conyers on East
:.
L. C. Adams and Mr. and I Lake on :Labor Day. had moved to Melrose ten I Improved procedures in accounting for funds and keeping of records.

Mrs. Henry Easterllng/ at t years ago. He was a member I 3. Establishment of Employee Pension Plan.

Bedford Lake. Two Vehicles and a deacon of Faith Presbyterian .1. Setting up and operating by a reasonable and workable budget.

Bring The Mrs. Naomi Haynes and Church of Melrose, a I S. Progress in pouring/ needed sidewalks, especially in school
daughter, Martha of Winter Collide On 100; I member veteran of World War II, al I 6. Completion of addition to power plant. zones.!
Haven, Mrs. T. J. Thomas of f of the American Legion ';'.
Beginning of
I long-range for
Damage $1,900Two and assistant plans extension of sewer lines
Whole Valdosta, Mrs. Lillian Phillips an Scoutmaster paving
'Family of Lake City. and Mrs. of the Boy Scout heavily-traveled streets! repairing and re-surfacing of certain streets
vehicles collided at 9:50a. Troop already paved.
I Clara Swails of Camilla. Ga. : in Melrose
were recent visitors of Mrs. m. Monday on State Road Surviving are his widow,)I 8. Greater degree of efficient operation of city government

Dad, treat Mom and the Kids to Bertha Pearce, a patient in 100 about 2 1-4 miles west of Ruth Copeland Martin; a

the Bradford 'County Hospital. Starke causing: some $1,900 daughter Donna; and two' Aspirations For Full (Two Year
a ) Term
Dinner out, ,,with plenty of Good J Mr. and Mrs. R. ,10.-'CoLson worth of damage according to sons James and Donald Martin -

Food, Family Fun. Our Menu is r and Mrs. LaRue Williams /returned Trooper Al Watson. all of Melrose. I 1. Continuation of unity and spirit of cooperation with every department
According to
Watson AlbertJ. Funeral of
Sunday from 'ten 'days services will be our city government.
set to suit every taste, with Special: Menus for Children. Enjoy our Pleasant in Blowing Rock and Kings( Salmon his of Starke had stopped held at Faith Presbyterian' 2. Further progress toward more efficient operation of city
64 government.
Mountain. N. C. Ford pickup on the Church at 10 a. m. Friday :;. Establishment
Atmosphere, and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes! Mr. and Mrs. Charles :Lawson road and the '68 Buick driven with Dr. James R. Neale Jr.'' system street of long-range plans for extension of the city sewer
by paving and repairs.
Mrs.
Beulah Mae Moodyof officiating. Interment
ef Tallahassee <*od ,Mr. will be
and Mrs. Joe .Jordan of Lake Rt. 1, Lake Butler "ran in- In Melrose Cemetery under 1. Construction of city-county public library -to be financed mainly by

Try Our Delicious Buffet I City and ,famines nvlsltedMr.. to the rear of the truck." the direction of DeWitt C. Federal grant.Continuation .
and Salmon was alone and was Jones Funeral I 5. of wholesome
Mrs. /H. A. Lawson during Home of Keystone working! relationships among County Commissioners
SERVED DAILY the *weekend. uninjured. Damage to his Heights I School Board and City Council and
Mrs. Billy (Dealing Arid son truck was estimated at $100. and state law enforcement agencies.I among city, county

+. LUNCH TWO HOT ENTREES DINNER of Jacksonville were last Thursday There were six people in the THE BRADFORD
., car; none was seriously injured .
BUFFET BUFFET visitors ''of their grandparents COUNTY TELEGRAPH --
'TWO VEGETABLES Mr. rend Mrs. L. D. although Mrs. Moody I Have
Done
Grew. was bruised. Damage to her Published every Thursdayat Everything I Knew to Do for the Goodof

11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 'P',1\I. to Mrs. C D. 'Williamshad as car was estimated at 1800. 138 W. Call St.. Our City During This Half-Term. I
Would
2 P. ftl. P. .
Stark. Appreciate
Saturday Fla. 32001(
visitors Mrs. Beth Salmon was charged with
ROLLS BUTTER Wiedman of Tampa land Mrs. ,stopping on the highway.QUARTERBACK Second class the Opportunity to Serve a Full, 2-Year j
75 Rena Jernlsan.of Lake Panas- postage paid Term. ,
$ TEACOFFEE at
$1" 4.25 $1 offkee. CLUB Subscription Starke, Rats Fla. :

Mr. and Mrs. George Mor TO MEET MONDAY I Need
and Solicit Your Vote
risen and Mr. and "Mrs. Ralph In trade &I'M: ".00 per and Support.
The Quarterback Club will
Morrison andfamilies of year; $2.23 six months. i
Leesburg/ and Mine crania met, at 8 p. m. Monday in the

Reclco of Puerto -Rico spent Field House at BHS. All members Outside trufc area: $, .:so I Will Be Deeply Grateful
To
@ the weekend ,With 'Mr. land and interested persons are per year; $2.60 six month: You For Your

.-, ::I1IUI\. Mrs Henry rMorrI on. urged LEGAL to attend.FORMS. Brad- .r 10. L. :Matthews publisher, editor and 'VOTE and ,SUPPORT

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THURSDAY SEPT. 5. 1968 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FT.tmln.\: : Section" One Pare ThreeI
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A. R. Normans Rehearsal Party BIO PENS., BAll Point Re- KUIUiril STAMl'S and
I tills Bradford County Tele PlIds.- Bradford County Tele-
,
Fete Miss Dixon For HobbsDixonMr. {T1 n
rraph. raph. Ph flftf-tMOS.! ::

And Mr. Hobbs and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs all about i.

were hosts at a dinner party
I Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Thursday nigh.! at the Garden HOME OF

GLADYS MOOTY ,' Norman entertained at their Restaurant honoring their J100J fb,' KOCH S

1 Phone 964-7608 home on E. Call Street on son, Richard, and his finan
I MEDICAREAnd
Tuesday evening August 27. cee, Tonda Dixon following r
I honoring Miss Tonda Dixon + their wedding rehearsal

Norman Reunion and Richard Hobbs, wlrose : Centering ,the U-shaped dining f (IVCy'g Sick Room Home
I marriage wa an event of table was an arrangementof t N'\!\ FLOWERS

Held August 25 August 30. TMl pink and white pompomsand 7r "
Comfort
: l 1 1 liE UOKI) Supplies
: .
Arrangements of colorful I gladioli flanked by pink
Descendants of F. M. ''Tobei) I FLOWERII.ts
zinnias were used to decoratethe tapers .in crystal candelabra '
MEANING SALE AND .
and Sadie Sapp Norman held I Ia | )Fii I' RENTALS J
party rooms. Mr. Norman Centering the end tables weiepink
their annual reunion on Crys- f greeted guests at the door. ,I nosegays with long satin The wind' flower has crept Into WHEEL CHAIRS HED PANS
tal Lake at Camp Montgomeryon
Mrs. Norman presented themto streamers. the English langiuiso It is a CRUTCHESWALKERS INCONTINENTPANTS .
Sunday, August 25. Miss Dixon, and Mr. Hobbs Bridal place cards markedthe beautiful word originally meaning .
Seventy-nine were present and their parents Mr and seating arrangment: for the blossom of a plant. It hasnow I
Including the seven living Mrs J. C. Hobbs and Mr andMrsW the 25 guests who included the *""-"' o o met 0 CANES: URINALS
.sons and daughters. A basket C. Dixon. : bridal party and immediate !)fA!," Ji, mean such things FOAM: CUSHIONS CERVICAL.

lunch was served at noon. The refreshment table was Regist er-Craw, r o rd families JlI \ as: the best, or COLLARS

covered with a linen outwork Linda Kay ColsonTo t choice, p'aiti' of
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CLASSRINGS t tw cloth and white centered bridal with arrangement a pink- Engagement Told Beta Sigma Phi Wed Mr. Waters ( .'..,..II." anything: t the I You Can Rely on Koch Drugs for

balanced by silver can- Announcement Is being Beta Sigma Phi sorority f prime; a figure Precision, Quality and ServiceYour
delabra holding tall pink tap- made of the engagement and will hold its first fall meeting Mr. and Mrs R. A. Colson of oannnuntalexpression.

ers. The punch bowl was en- forthcoming marriage of Miss Monday, Sept. 9 at 8 p. m. at announce the engagement and ., .
Betty Ann Register daughterof approaching marriage of circled with fern. the home of Mrs. H. A. Bishop J 'The American ;:
r Miss Dixon, Mrs. Dixon, and Mrs Betty Register and Jr.. 15211 E. Call Street daughter Linda Kay, to Wilbur IlldlalllJ used the word to name'': KOCH'S mtlHi( : STORE. Fresh Potent Drugs t

INTHfMODERN Mrs. Hobbs w re presentedwith Freeman Register Jr to Larry with Mrs. W. H. Johns, co- L. Waters, son of Mr. and beautiful 1 JtUe: glrla-suoli as'I'i At a Ueu'Ionable: Price. Filled by Fla. Registered -
Y white corsages. Crawford son of Mrs. Reba hostess. Mrs. James L. Waters of Pharmacist.: At Knch'H 'Your Health' N
"Little: Flower" or "The Child
MANNER i Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Crawford.The Crawford. and the late Zary ( of Lawtey.A January. wedding is plan- with the Face of the Flower, Our Main Concern. May\ We Fill Your Next

man in serving were Mrs.Robert Altar Society It was simply ,the best description Prescription?
wedding will take I
Myrick Mrs. S. L. placeFriday they could give the clilld
Cooper-Peeples Dec. 27, at the Mad ned.Miss Colson Is presently, ( I I'I Open Daily 8 A, M.\ 7 P. M.
r Peek Jr. Mrs. James V. Crosby St. Edward's Altar Society feel our flowers art! too ;
I Engagement Told Mrs. M. A. Payne Mrs. ison Miss Street Roister Baptist is a Church.graduateof will meet Wednesday, Sept. employed at. the City Hall and Iosaniful,'I for words. We offer the : Sunday; 10 A. M. 12 Noon
11, at 7:30: p. m in !the\ Parish Mr. with
Waters
Is
r John C. Greene Mrs Charles Bradford High School, class i employed i finest, greatest variety that I
I ew Mrs. Jessie Willis of Hamp-- Darby and Mrs W. H. Hart. of 1966. and from St. Johns Hall: the State Road Department In I you'll find anywhere. I Koch StoreFREE
ton announces the engage- When need nwerSl-cl1l1 ;: Drug
ment and approaching mar- River Junior College. ADULT CLASSES. BEGIN Gainesville Both are 1968,. you ( I
Mr Crawford is a graduateof of Bradford High us! !
Ar VO-TECII CENTER graduates II
of her
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riage daughter( Mary Recent BirthsDr. Bradford High School and I DELIVERY PHONE 964-6757

n1 Lou to Fred William Peeples, Is a senior at Brigham Young VocationalTechnical. and School.

eta;? son of Mrs.. Mary 0. Peeplesof and Mrs. Harry Gruen, College, Provo, Utah. I General_ Education classes for I
Hampton.The Starke announce the birth of All lends and relatives are nouns began Sept 3 at the
wedding will take place a daughter.Erlka. Lee on invited to attend.Operation Bradford( -Unlon Area Vocation-
Sept. 21, time and place to be
al-Technical Center AU classes
t Sept 3 in the Alachua General '
announced later. Hospital.Mr. TeenagerTo are held from 7 to 9:30: p. m

II Ilh ilhllllllll TWO VOLUNTEERFOR INDUCTIONTwo : : : Dansby. and of Mrs.Lansing W. Mich.D. (BUD announce )- Be PresentedFor If Courses Interested follows and call starting 9646150.datesas 4 3 3I' 3. BIG DAYS!

TUltNADOES the birth of a daugh- Adult GroupThe :
Bradford; County Appliance Service, Sept. 16;
men ter Melanie Ann, on Sept. 3.
Print rules permit you Bobby Louis Hampton and Marvin Grandparents are Mr. and Starke Junior/ Woman's Bookkeeping, Sept. 10; Lineman -

to select your own ring' Tisdale, volunteered for In- Mrs. W. T. Shiver of Jenningsand Club will sponsor the Operation and Cableman Training,
with. choice ofSemfprecious- duction In the September call Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dan Teenager' program on] Friday !- In progress; Radio >and Television -
by Local Board 18 and left on by of Staike. Sept '13, at 8 p m. in theWoman's Repair, Sept. JO; Typing
I 3 for and Shorthand' Sept! 3; Weld-
September service with Club.
Bradford County Hospital 1 1d
I : stones the Armed: !! Frrces announces the following This 'program Is: presented by Ing, in progress: Cooking and
Baking, Data Processing: Farm
Thirteen men weir -illel: to births: three inmates from the Flor
Diamond Machinery Repair, General Au-
top I ida State Prison who will dell
report for pre-induction physical -
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Perry tomotive for adult owners and
exam:'::1at'In! Wednesday. of circumstances which led to
on
White Mann Lake Buler, ,
or yellow gold : a son operators, Ojilboard: Motor Mechanics -
their!'
imprisonment: !
Lot"ll Board 18
has Jurisdiction
Marvin Perry Mann Jr., Aug. Peace Offlser: TI'a'lI1- Hats off to Store
our great
,
Encrusted initials over Bradford and Union: : 28. Operation Teenager was presented R.
Counties, at 'the !hIgh school last announced. Manager! Come in, say hello \
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dais: General Education Classes! : '
year and the club feels that U i,. and save during our tributeto
Tetstone, Starke, Roger American History, Sept. 10
son
a ; "
will be of Interest to of 1'
: ALL parents this dedicated
of these
extras at Dale Tetstone Jr., Aug. 2''!). the community to hear the Elementary Education! !Kept. 3, man.
program .
COMPETITIVE PRICESi 5, 10; General Education,
I Sept.
l SERVICE SCHKDULEST. !: also.. .At the conclusion\! '
31 General [Mathematics. Sept / '
Quality Synthetic ,. EDWARD'S CHURCH. of the (talks by inmates, the au-
I : 9; General Science, Sept. 10;
Good; Driving Habits of i I dience will be given an opportunity
Stones
Starke to ask High School Review (Preparation Roy Uurnham Short Sleeve.SWEATSHIRT
questions. Long or
Mascots Under the Sunday Mass: 9-15: : a. m. This program was designed for GED Tests! ), Sept. 3; I .

I Stone Thursday Mass, 6:30: p m. young parents i for Junior: and Senior' high Homemaking Sept. 9; Basic --- ..
Initials Under the Miraculous Medal Novena: I school students and has ,been Education. !Sept, 9; Americanism Mens Long Sleeve :
Communism, iAl.t, to be %
I Stone Saturday 7 p. m. REWARDED BY well received by every group vs. r 44

White or Yellow Gold Confessions: 5 t>. m. and 7 NATIONWIDE I where it has ,been presented a.1nuoncp.d. Perma Press to '1.99.In t : "

Inlaid Initials p. m. '!I Operation Teenager is open ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL reg., + kr! ..
'* Diamond Nationwide wants the 'toJhe\ public and everyone :to
Tops -ST. WIT-MAWS CHUTICH I CHURCH. STAKKE
I Keystone JI lght. safest drivers in America encouraged to attend. _. .. Sunday services: SPORT SHIRTS $ 64
I WEEKS DELIVERY
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m which certainly includes 8:30: 'a. m, Holy Eucharist! ,
I married i Prevatt Cemetery 9:30: a, m. (Church School. ,
and ::00 a. m.Wednesday young r I ,t f 0;
WILLIAMSJEWELRY : Mass. and Novena couples with children. I Meeting Set 10:30: a. m Family Service $
7pm. Your sense of responsi- (Holy Eucharist loSt and 3rd rege up 10 3.50 a wide choice of colon. ,
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bility, plus good I
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I I and crew neck In 100% cotton. ;. it
Macclennr.Sunday driving record Rive youa All Interested persons are J. Thomas Stabb, Rector: $ 277 'Size* S-XL. tt ) e
Mass: 11:30: a. m I break. For full]] partic- urged to attend an important / r/1 .
;/
ulars meeting at 3:30: Sunday ..
phone p. m. CARD OF THANKSOur A .,/
I I Sept, 8, at Prevatt Cemetery. heartfelt thanks to all "%'' Mens Perind Press '
Choice of button-down ,
Ivy or
Just oft U. S. 301 ,south of :
!who extended comforting -
sympathy
Support Vote For and BILL POWELLPhone regular collar styles in plaids, ,
Starke (behind Azalea Motel> no-
for the purpose of planning an eonow. For the beautiful service iron cotttonipses blend*. New Fall I CANVAS PANTS .
Return 9GJ-C1GI improvement and clean-up pro- floral offerings, and ether colors sizes S.XLMisses \
,
401 W. Madison St. gram. kindnesses :we are deeply
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EWELL Starke, Fla.NATIONWIDE. All donations may be sent to grateful. Janie Watkins and our reg. $ 3 "

LAWSON the Prevatt Cemetery Association family, $$4.99
In care. of Mr. and Mrs. Permanent t Press
I Eddie Lea Akridge, Route 1'1 p Fast back styling, swing pockets ;.
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I CITY COUNCILGROUP '" a meeting nerd last! Sat Sunday-9:43: a. m. Sunday STRETCH DENIM PANTS palyestecottancanvas.Several color choices.,: Sizes 29-38.
i of for the
urday a goal $1,000 ( School. 11:00: a. m. Morning

ONE .. needed work was set; and do- Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training $$5.00 VALUE
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Not *iii vmuai I irsurancn
15 Years Experience in City Government Ho.' .. .
appreciated.BIC Services. 1st and 3rd;: Wednes- plaids or h in cotton- 3

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"....tlftll One Pue Fe1lr 1m,'DJI'OBD C01TNT'l'' 'I'ELIOO.AI"II .ARmII,. WTI Rrra7a' THURSDAY, SEPT. II, fan
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of ,tree mew, federal projects, to handle the case ,I' the second phase of the 'vo-tccli acres of land; each ,acre Is comprised keeper for the Florida. State now.
Second HEW I totaling. almost" $11.000 for In other action the Board. : center. of 43,560() cubic feet; each Telephone Co.Councilman Sheriff Reddish Has Sheriff' Reddish reenteredthe
equipment\ for the! vo-tech cent Approved the employmentof Was told of new and more cubic foot will hold 7.3 gallons P. T (Tom) ( hospital Aug. 19, the day
ter."What 16 new teachers, Vttllnj! all ,stringent accreditation; standards of.water.Multiplying all this together Nolln, a Bradford educator, is
Letter Hits can be newer than\ but two positions in I to in county. published by ,the State De- and aJowlne for the being!. challenged by car dealer before he was due to return
these?" Casey asked! indirut- The exceptions are I a music partment tot Educaitlorfft'Clum'! ', 'fact that BradfordCounty had and restaurant owner W. Surgery 2nd TimeSheriff for a 30-day check up.

Ins they 'Will be used to test the teacher at Starke )elementary,! said he Is. working with various one and one-fourth feet of rain, H. (Billy) Noegel in a Group Sheriff Reddish' room number -
effectiveness of HEW's deferral and 'a librarian sit/ Soutihstde schools' in
School Bod famllarizlng them comes up with the figure of 5 race Is 174.BETHEL .
I Elementary but ''b'jth' positionsare 'with the new standards and will 797,148,000.000 gallons of'water. NoUn P. D Reddish underwent termed a success, was performed -
la
After discussing 'the Issue I at'' being handled by temporary report bo 'the Board in midyear If you don't 'oeueve it, Kure term to which serving he a one-year elected his .second operation In on the same kidney
length' Supt. Casey and the persons it out' for yourself. was two months In St. Luke's Hospital from which stones were takenin CHURCH
BAPTIST
Continued From Page One] last September, winning by 65
Buard agreed that the time has Approved the employment' Awarded bleb for food in Jacksonville' Mondayfor ( Sheriff Reddish's first operation -
IHSW of Bradford's status. come to seek legal as&l&tancc of 29 aides. Supt. Casey said scraps from BUS( Starke and votes over Noegel.. The term removal of kidney atones Sunday School, 10 a m.:

The superintendent I said his The Btoard voted to ask School the federal project, under which Southside Elementally schools Flood Control is of' actually Mayor the Carl unexpired Hurst term who Ms office reported this week. The stones removed Monday Morning Worship 11 a. m:
office Is investigating progress Board Attorney George Pierce the aides are paid lists 36 persons fcr $50) per month, and to Leon : resigned and Indications! are now that could not be reached in Evening!: Worship .7:30: p. m.:
was appointed
in that cp.r/aci'ty' but that Wllkenson at Lawtey Elementary the sheriff Meeting, 7:30: D .I
I will be confined in tha first operation, but apparently Prayer p.
at
SPECIAL eight secretaries are also 4uvcler I t for 30 cents per day. Supt. Plans Sought Mayor mayor Randal the death Chitty of the late the Jacksonville hospital for had worked down where Wednesday-Rev. J C. Hes-
OFFER it. Casey said he will attempt to two weeks. The operation doctors could remove them (era, pastor -
I Approved ,'for submission;, to find someone 'to (handle the; Noegel: is malting( his third r
TO THE HARD OF HEARING I the State Department' of Education I scraps at other schools. bid In three years for a council
ResidentsContinued '
By seat. He came close in
three/ federal projects Held< a closed conference
'Tlesrlster for the Drawing to Win Free Hearing Aid for equipment for the vo-tech ''wltih the Bound's auditor' for a both races In the l last two

by Taking Our Hearing Evaluation: Test. At IOCll'I center: raJfo(? and TV, $3.986/ : preliminary report 'prior to he ( from One) years losing to Nolln by 55 L1k
tion I industrial official elate report being re Page votes in 1967 and to Council-
find Dale Ut'lrw. (There's no obligation on your( drafting, $4,997, and
part at all). I'electronics, 'itjechjiology, 1911. 'leased within the next few days. planning and more cooperation man Nell Tucker 561-526 in
i Approved diaries Johns as I' Agreed ''that Board Mem- between agencies." Williams 1966.Tucker /
part-time !"Instructor at the vo- ber Buster Bennett and Supt. said the CD staff here did the I in Group 3, did not 0'' .
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE tech cen'x' !r. 'Casey will work to have the best It could helping families I draw opposition and Is home ',o; 1
; Approval !small building: belonging to the evacuate from the Starke Golf i' free for his second< term on I ,.
assignments of Lawtey Recreation. Department and the council, although his name t
Country Club SR-230
'area ,
127 East
!' Call Street students In adult education
Starke at
Ube vot< ch center. removed from the Lawtey east of Starke, the St. Clair will be on the: ballot. ) > r"(,

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER Elementary school site and Water Street area, and ff,., ,
7th Approved: the transportation Was told by Supt. Casey Sampson and Crosby L ..ltes.' ,. .jff t., '
I route changes made ,by that the .new sidewalk> on Orange ,DuPont Levees .>;;'. s,
t 10:00: A. M.3OOI I". M. But, the CD director stated, '(
;;: Supt. Casey last week on a tem.porary' and Wa htlgnn Streetsby ,
It wasn't, Dear Fi" } I' ;
basis. Casey said they !- enough.:' Voter: a ;
the athletic field la com. s
Also sec t the one and only IVIuracle Ear No cords had apparently worked out. pleted. A commlitte was formed bybolh ;Hold In Rains ,
: I
appeal to
wires or tubes Plus the (llilest( The 'changes are detailed in Was told by Supt.' Casey : groups and a. meeting is each of you to unite in an effort to elect me to your City
levels and cord aids. eye glasses.' Ear Aug.J 28 issue of the Telegraph. that the carpeting Is almost In set Thursday, Sept. 12, at 8 t Council. During: the 41 years that I have been in Starke I have l been
Repairs and batteries' for all Extended several routes to p. m. in the county ceut\ Ihone. dedicated to the growth and
makes of Hearing Aids. I the middle! school the air-coh- Meeting t Continued From Pace One] i I progress prosperity of our city. My 29 years
I pick! up children from isolated ditioning is tied in, and that together will be City experience as a successful business man, will enable me to approach the
Equipment and Consultants' families.' : But several spur routes:. seating should (be Installed by Councilman Neil Tucker, Gerald Pon't damage, and most of thewater I problems of government with sound business .
Sponsored principle
By were turned down the Williams, and Tom NoUn;
I by Boardas the end of* the week. Meantime. sweeping down on '"
JACKSONVILLE HEARING AID SERVICE 'impractical for school busesto the new school is taking field Commissioners Buck Norman, Starke came from the area I Pledge to the Citizens of Starke
Jerome Johns, and Ralph Bryan :
run.
: trips until the 229 W. Adams: St. Jacksonville Fla, Awarded a $9,619] paymentto completed ; CD Director Williams, and which are contained by levees. '.' PROMPT.
Brown Construction Co. on Authorized $800 to construct Soil Conservationist Bill Haas. He said that flooding In Starke IMPARTIAL .. COURTEOUS.. i;

I I a sidewalk at the new The group" of citizens made would have been much worse EFFICIENT SERVICE!
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middle school. clear at both, meetings that 1 if ''Dtf! 'ont had not rushed in
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Accepted bids on library lit want action now on a lo heavy equipment to throw up /
Pledge to the Citizens;
books for the middle school and basis to care for future earthern dams that diverted of Starke:

authorized Supt. Casey to ex- emergencies, and long range some' of this surface water into
amt'ne: Itthem and accept the plans to ease the ,drainage situation the levees wtleret/ could be I O ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT! rI

LAST CHANCE lowest bid or beat! bid. at Its source. contained until the danger pe ,

Flood control by digging. out clod. was over.
I Will\ Do AM Within
Power
Alligator Creek; inBradford Rail Shipments of llmenlte I My To Justify
SOO Billion County Is noit the answer to ore out of the Trail Ridge .
the problem Surveyor Merrill plant !were Biispemdrd!;\ Thul'8'I
20,000 BTU McMillan and Soil Conservationist day and Friday nights due to ,I Your Confidence.

Gallons Fall Bill Haas told the !group.! washouts on the railroad spur
i into the
Both men said digging should plant.
begin at ,the ,bottom of the watershed One of the major( losses at Sincerely
at the Suwannee. River the plant was a 200 HP electric
In Rains HereContinued and work east. Improving! motor valued at around $2,500 w. H.
drainage in Bradford County which was half submerged In (BILLY) NOEGEL
Air the onrush of water.
Conditioner Will simply pile the water on
( from Page One) (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
someone else further\ down the.
higher' in Starke from overflow. watershed: they emphasized.
Ing Alligator Creek- at times Several of the residents. said Big Dad Plant

covering even Water: Street up they didn't, care. "Start here
to the 'building now occupied by where the problem la! ," one THE
ONLY t Florida Pest Control-thils was man told the Commission."I'm May Shut Down
In the days before the Creek
tired 1 f BIG N
o floating BUYS
which receives all water tround," another St. Clair resident FOR
3 I EG
)24400 Trail ling down Ridge the in western the tumb.j. said. (Continued from Page One)

and But the residents! as a 1951. The Chamber of Commercehad
LEFT and widened 230 areas to, Rowell was Geep Lake.ned whole, asked the local 'governing helped organize' a group ofcitizens
bodies ,to cooperate with the into the Bradford Count 1
Less rain in, those pre-drain- state and federal governments! ty Enterprises, Inc. .And this V r ,
age days could make a higher in carrying out long :range group financed construction of
HOUSE OF BARGAINS" waiter mark in Starke, and lastweek's drainage programs with other the building.At '

deluge would have counties.. : that time/ the plant had 22-
caused a major catastrophe'In Haas held little 900) (
hope of obtaining square feet of floor space.
the city without/ present ,im- federal assistance now In 1953 the plant expanded ..to
SLADE GAS and APPLIANCES proved drainage structures to for a watershed project, telling 32,900 square feet'and \in 1966
I the
carry water off. I the Commission that he 'has 'went up to 52.800 0quare" feet

332 W. MADISON If anyone questions the 800 received word that funds for and had employment capabilities -
ST. PHONE 96-1.7701 billion gallon estimate. here Is 'all watershed projects all over of about 300 ,although Novak

,- -. .. .. 'how it was arrived at: 'the country 'will: 'be cut 'off. 1 commented that he didn't
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P" Bradford County has 195,200 Haas said ,the county could AP.1ply think I : it had ever reached its I
/
however. i maximum employment poten
Commissioner. Johns told the tial. i
group ,that after Hurricane When employing 150 persons
Dora several years ago: the two months ago, the 1 weekly payroll I I
WOULD VOUBELIEVE. county dug out Alligatod Creek was $8.00O which represent I
from duPont ''to Rowell Lake, about $48.000 a week In buying'!
deepening it to 20 feet. The power. Novak explained that nationwide -

I county also dug out Rowell it is figured: that one NOTEBOOK PAPERCrusader
Lake on Its way to the Santa dollar turns over six times before

Fe River near Graham.In leaving. the community.
stating steps that could If (the plant closes, how will Products
have been taken with, better the community be .affected. The
planning before Friday's high Telegraph, asked Novak?
water, Bloodwicth; raised the "Needless to say, any loss. in
Ire of City Councilman Jimmy payroll is going to have an un

McRae. happy affect on the community 500 Count..8Sc
"Wait until I make my point, ,"he commened. He said that
I
we want to plan, not get mad" I in this case, when one .of the
Blood worth Interrupted Me- largest private, employers leaves
Rae's protests. In the face of the community, the effect will
Only $10950 the group's repeated statements !. also probably up the number receiving
that they were not blaming unemployment checks.
anyone, and after. Director Siceloff said that he ia. work 300Count65c
Williams' statement McRae finally ing was* convinced. have< a more definite statement
r "We were not prepared{ for ready by tie end of the week. _
it, really McRae said. 'Really -
For t/us J \ who ever thought: we'd havea

: flood In Starke?" LEGAL, FORMS! Brad
WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC r Blood worth: told both groups ford County Telegraph. Ph. 16 Ib. Bond Typewriter Paper
the St. Clair Street area. ts 964-6305.. I
ADDING MACHINE surrounded' on three sides by II I
4 :higher! ground and that Alligator j
>I Creek Is. its only drainage. NOTICE I
The Board of County\! Commissioners I
Haas said< that perhaps St. 250CountOnly85cNOTEBOOKS3RINGS85c
Adds k'' Clair residents had not made of Bradford County: I
Florida will meet at 8:00
: P. M. ,
the best choice for homeaites.
September\ 9, 1968 for their I
Subtracts Haas said ithe county (Is going
8 ,
au s e J budget hearing instead of 10:00A. :
about the drainage it la attempting
< M. as has been previously. )
Multiplies a to carry out. the
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f wrong way. "You Should start advertised.Charles
Credit eM x ; at the bottom of a watershedand A. DarbyClerk
Balance work Dp" he said. Trail of the Boa.rQO'rU'Io

: ; Ridge is the top of the watershed -

TOTALS TO 999,999.99 4.._ "It's for 'not this area..planned. rti'ht.You're !A NOTICE lie.] .OF IS te4.1 TA HBRBBV APPLICATIONKOIl $".: *OKIas'.:!4. OIV- A (FEW AT 50

,I .. starting here against all KN.: that Mr. W. K. Alderman ':
,(' {principles of 'water control," the holder of the following
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t -..',!,, Af.i.iJ'; 17'JV'; Haas told the Commissioners. ,: certlflealr.! for ha.a tax filed deed said to certificate be I I Month Only -- While They Last!

At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine; With The :, number.....u.oI thtirvon.and years The of certificate Issuance. I

Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A City Vote and the description the names/. ,In of which the property It waa, I

Heavyweight Machine. gsees.ed TflBUaiue''Oitlflcate are I960.as No.Description.follows 141. Year: of of Also Theme Books; Pencils, Slide Rules, Rulers,

Property com at NK cor of
Set TuesdayContinued SVV1-4 of NW 1-4 of vIrl I Protractors Felt, Tip-Pens Ball
APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL W. to NW cor of Kly.2.76 A for Point Pens, Markers -
10 PB W 60' ISIIIO'! K60-. :Nino1;
KEY OPERATORS INCLUDING CPA'S. to POR. Sec. IO-S-32R. Nanm Poster
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS ( Prom Page On] Hon In ,whlih.... All nssomed at salt 1 !Mill prop.rty mate Paper, Parker Jotters $1.98, Report Covers

son's Meat Market. has served bring font. $In tate the of County Florida of I'nlesM Brail- Ring Binders, Pencil Sharpeners Ko-Rec-Type

Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! and seven years as a bond trustee shall such certificate he redeemed' or luiorillnir certificates, toluw ,
six years on the city council
t the property described+ In All Supplies
j He was last .elected in such certificate or certificates: I ;
SEEING IS BELIEVING 1963 and served until he resigned will at b. the sold court to the house highest doer bid.drr on. I F"

to run for police chief. the flret Monday In Month ofOitober
I He was defeated by former olav" ,October.1U1S. whkh ISO1. Is the 7th
BRADFORD Bradford
I COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Police 19
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a Charles A Dnrby I
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:I iRfE.!. : Jtorosljy, who .was given: reports'thto'Week. traveled 528 feet In the median peace. fined 2750. I UUUHH the Seal. ,,' the Maid town
68 Grid/ / Unveiling a wrUt-watch. donated by .Williams The chairman la walking $5,200 from strip and< turned over on the James JIcm' .woiUi, dl&I.uri. ,loth,, 'lif ueiuunlo aftlxud thlv the
City day of September A: D.,
} ,Jewelty| and Poet Commander around the house ..mud' plans to left side" ing the peace, forfeited $27.50 I' 1 ID 88.
0 ,..Julian McRae. be at"Uie polls next Tuesday: Damage to( the 1968 Ford ,bond. CARt HUltdT MAYOR .
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: I ]Next Post meeting will :be Sept.; >> .40. to'oast a 'vote In favor pictoirp'; was estimated
At Jamboree T&nightS968 held cat. Me.;.new iSlarke. ,Armory of his 'candidacy for re- Asked For Library and 13:: the' produce it was carry peace forfeited $27.50 EDWARDS, CITTCLK11K .

on Sept 25.igtBargains. election 'toGroup: 1 of the .ng '8.t $200. 'OICoI:04.: 1 919t .8-5,.
Starke city council. demons was charged with Wade Andrew turb.ns: the .

S968 version! of Bradford standpoint !t will .enable themto Wiggins underwent an operation -, A .$5'zOO( > budget request for the past year.Circulation falling to have l his vehicle under peace forfeited $27.50 bonJ.. .
H.gt: iStSKd! Ttxnadoes. will lie: take anlearlyfook'at,> their ", 'Aug. "23 'for -removal .of :SGlllke-Bnadford County Library totaled 15.33 In control. Charles Barber voluntary In. GLASS

unveQed tonight: lILt 7:30: p. m :eam in game lI.ct.tona.nc1;;, there- In Adult; a kidney. He had a kidney WAS/ made to the,'City council the past year up 1,304 over the toxic. :;.n. forfeited $27.50 bond 1.:
at Galnewille's! Citizens 'Field. 'ore: be of tremendous. help in ;tone 'attack 'August 12 and (Tuesday night: by members 'Of previous 12 months Ruben Thomas,, interferingwith FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors '
The Tornadoes ,are partlelpat- adjustments: and correction'' of rya' i entered the Bradford County the! latttary .Board. police officer in line ol

Jag' in a mew event for Florida mistakes: :before the regular E IucgtionOffered Hospital. On Aug. 16 he was That ,request is $1,700 more doubt"Were:. about growing' it. We're there's mo Mayor's CourtMayor duty .sentenced to a fine of
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join to
High Schools a football Jamboree. season opener. transferred to St. 'Vincent's than-; the $3,500 the city contributed $52.50 or 15 days in jail
Five teams Ocala. Gainesville Fans moat likely- will enjoy Here Hospital In Jacksonville where to. ..thw library last 'year. grow Walnut out Street of this)! building (on I W. J. Lee!', driving: while under FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Palatka Lincoln High, the affair astheywUl: have the lie had surgery.. The county gave $15,000 last 00( you might influence of alcohol ta.1-
as well Carl! Hurst
prepare place for heard
and the Tornadoes will l us 18 SHEA'SGLASS
compete 'ure to have vehicle
opportunity jci eivefWe.r- .. under control
.atter
'" year servlor the library
of' bargains Mrs. Norman said. I In
in lithe event. Some the biggest cases Starke Mayor's Court _
teams in action all in and causing an accident:
one Mike from th, Santa Fe Region Into
The Tornadoes will open the night.In 'In town' are being' offer- Mitchell an.Independent, The council promised! to consider Tuesday night' : i sentenced to fines totaling $78 CO. :
facility and has
Idfiodll,7to:, ", 9:30: p. m. Mcn the in Ernest( Anderson ;paiwaslcnof
jamboree by playing the first\ talking about Ms 19B8 did '' Speaks To RotaryMike placed that requeaiis making and license suspended lot 90
amount
in the bud-
day 'through\ Friday at the : moonshine whiskey 3724315372.4353 :
quarter with Ocala DavidHUl"se VoTeeh,8cbool. gjt againLV!.. .year : IntoxicaiUcm! \ 1113 N.W. 4th Plot .
) sentenced to
ponent. The second quarter said HJvat'bhe: I
Wavy Mitchell who
: rainsof : spent $tfte
"Up'for'' $3'each 29'' I Surely the city can !give a total of 10 days in jail. Geie..vllleHEALTH :
courses
will match Palatka and Gaines' last wetJc Iliad handicapped i are Summer !in London ''and PerilWith Sleepy'DriverWrecks .IOIICM] OF 1oIJor'I'IO'lt.
vllle. the third :ranging ''from appliance one-thlrj quarter will see Their progress' greatly. Rain a at' mt ,study: group. ," Mrs. Muriel Norman library City of .Hturku. Klor'ua, by> vlrtutt .
Ocala take on -.LncolHgh:: : '!crcedJbe'\ erWen 'Insfde serv'ce" ''cooking' and bakingdata Have an interesting I account: of Truck police officer in lane: of of the authority vumud Inmn
Bradford High will meet Palat-- I Thursday, and
ka !in the foiuith' quarter elementary: education "More city people .use the library P. Free voluntary intoxl- City by qualiriml' vof.
final Quarter will pit Gaines !said "with and (.pho- j It's a fact that countless
,
itfte exceptionof
speaker" said
that t the 'N Oil Tuumluv'' Kcptfinlixr 10,
thian ton: .
CI1 ,
villa High ganst: Lincoln these two practice days, we tography (The one exception English ., fur the purpose| | ufICIefllnx I thousands have been reto..d -:
High. will be to.the ,$? the is the welding said..Additional. "about $500 damage occurred arrest \sentenced! to flie: / tho followlliK, urriverHjroup .
as well prepared: the l although! !they; like to clttciae ( t -- ono Cuiint.lltnuii. .; to health by Chiropractic :
The jamboree course which costs $12..) funds at 7:30: a. m. totaling $257.50 or 50 days! in
eho.-Jd be an I other teams'competing in the : .what' they consider faults are needed Wednesday Fur 'I'xvo Y arnUriMin .
interesting night of football to Jamboree.:; ';These courses are fort,adults In our siyrtem! of for .equipment,! 'Mrs. Normal! ': about 'a half a mile north of Jail. 3:| -- (one. CuiiMllinun,. care, even after.
all parties concerned. BHS Coach Hurse sta'ed, that they and are now .open for registration. and attitudes
coaches say. From 'the coa<:he.3Don't had worked on cozy; .rseboattoee( All a person: has) 1 to I do and "Other domestic 'problems. funds ,-.be set aside. and ravel: : .: to Trooper.: Watson while Intoxicated, forfeited Fur Two YniirM.lnHiniiirn Why don't you take the:
$102.50 I Fur Hit hI
nini-tlon
third of their: offense, co.icen- U to go' up to the Vo-Tech |Mike wins introduoed< : \ by his >,'o purchase a let 'for a new library .Russell Clemons of Gainesville bond. MrH| 1 Ilincxilnc:. UetimiirkMPH. : hort cut to health and con.
"'' ti.iz mainly rt. suit your Chiropractor=
quest forfeited $37,50 bond. KoHior. \1..1.I K.: Hardy, ;Mm.MiMKiiri't
has been made
by, principal1 of the
Be plays commented. Last truck sKiuUi and fell asleep. II, Wll.laniH !Mrs first. It will both
Emission! b the jamboree year.-.- ,wheli\'\,='4 courses were county. Watson said Clemons continued : 'Clio JVc! Col! :lint, d.scrdrlycc.niuct i...MM*. rill''..I.el', MrH Kil: l'r- save :
'' Milt. IIfrM.:11..1 l: ItItV, ; (, time and Phone
.11,1. Mrs money.
SI.50 for adjlts. StudemU: $1. taught;"'appjox'mately! 550 per I .::loIVnOPES; : "The library is getting along When! lie woke up lie was volunlacy intoxlsa.Icn .tM IIH I l It il 1,. iii'Mm, "Kllu; .
DECEIVEDBy Probable .s:art..ng line up will. sbps"took'advantage! ( of theo l'lth or without carbon fine" operating on 'its own, Mrs. I, right on another truck going! f--fe.t.cl: bends' totaling ;aloe. CliaHtfi. Mrs.YL.I N I'lcktliilf him today for Jin appoint
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,! ' rtuntty fl&1 Norman south, he ( "', IAII""IIItII'M." ) : I i.l I 'j'bllIAI..rl1l111' ment.
be Most slammed
: : : courses last Bradford Cunty: Bald nivtl.ig that 1.085 on his SOS.Willie li Advertised Prices OFFENSE through vtha school year.Course new books were purchased In brakt):, U.nerved: t:> 8R lel'J j'J Roger: diit.irbintf\: the In tnhlhiMntv, / wlitrHf.( I I h,,T..- .
Total cost of iintu' xuhHi'i'Hit* my,, numn und .
contract In
'Ends-leu Patrick und Trtm I ';$!in& offered and 1"I'' .- .
what you actually pay. Oet tC! dates.on' ---
which they begin
Murphy.
; Tackles Charles
the IlKAt. FACTS before I t
are' as :'fallows:: : Vocational-
you ....n. Our payment are smith and AU& 'cCratvfolyd.!
tecHnical'
Guards-Joe Green and classes appliance
from $8 to 913 month Ralph
per
leas, with the mum down M rJan. Centa-.T' :.Tommy Black I service! Sept. 16; bookkeeping ..... -. ..r,. .t.I'
payment and number of shear Quarterback-Billy Be- Sept. 10; lineman and cable. :"0.rt............4.-.rtr}..44..
months to pup 5 per vent lote. .Fullback-Gene Melvin man training ongoing' : rad o '.1'1 :': .J I .....: I...u. /.
bank financing. No hiddencliargen. Runningback-Ron.9) Grlggs: and TV reea'r Spt. 10: typ.. ( 'k.r. .. i. J )'! :"' :.:),
Ten 'top manufuourerii Flanks:back-BUI Adams hue and phirthand, Sept. 3: ... .: :. .. .. .. Celebrating ,
reproaentwl. DEFENSE w"li' 'ng. ongnIng. (I ,

Ends.: -Allan Crawford and The beginning dates of the t _
LOW D nn.e Elder. Tackiest-Charles following! .will be announced of Gainesville '

OVERHEADDoes Smith: ,and Tex Patrick Middle later: cooking and baking OurNew
guard-Willie Cohen.: Llueback. da'a processing, farm machinery
Its! era-Steve Crawford and Ralph repair, general automotive I
Morgan for adult
Cornerbacks-Billy owners' and
Belote and Tim operators, outboard TH
The Owners Murphv. Safeties < motor mechanics

Dad and Brad- (Adams.-Ronnie Grins and Bill training., and peace officer: Look

Drive The Trucks.
Robbie Smith and
Danny Seventeen general education .
ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY Jackson, due to injuries. will be courses are being offered

I the cnly two Tornadoes that tVs year, AmericanHistory

8 10 .12 WIDES will: not dress out. will begin Sept..10; .elmentatyeducation : o oP .

1/, BATHS Sept. 3, 5, and 10: '
AND EXPANDABLES Vets Hear general education, Sept. 3; o a+ ; -j

general mathematics, Sept. 9; -Y : ;:; ; .:
LAKE GENEVA Chas. Sawyer general science. Sept. 10: high jW Iv 7 1 ': i'rHIIImH' ,, ,;;Ii .Ii -

school review Sept. 3; homemaking -
Speaker at the monthly : Sept 9; basic education
MOBILE JIOMESALES meeting of VFW Post 8058 Sept. 9 photography, Oct.
Aim. 29 was Charles Sawyer, I 1:: offlcj procedures Oct 1; a

who was recently elected tt> I graphic arts Oct. 3: projec-
the school board. truaU (movie projectors, etc.) I IIi 11 IIIII II If II I) I I ( I frd' C*
Sawyer, who will take his Oct. 2, and transparency productions
One mile S.E. .
Keystone ..
teat! on the board in January,, Oct. 3. The beginning '''' I
Heights on Route 100. discussed the school situation II dates for art and Americanism :c J !Ii $&$&K3SKi&/!/
OPEN SUNDAYS I as he sees it and then ans- I vs. Communism will to 1 w

.Phone 473-4320 I wered questions from members be announced later. -. '' GIKL'S
\ of the Post. I ** ." is* '
36 7.14.
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Receiving: door prizes were : %
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, Orie Wiggins y'r 'I'erma 1'ren+*;
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.-.. + ..MLOUSES
WssArieqrIN'1'IilsCl'1 rt
When You Use An Andrews Charge I RecoveringAt R.g. 3.504.00 ,
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Account A 11' HomeStarke 5AL}E 1.69MEIN'S

Your Prescription Tax Records tr'are IIIII; qlI ,I0 l i i'I II I
Kept For You,-: By Us City Council Chairman :is'' .4zJ +

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Orle Wiggins, released from
Andrews
DrugsFor
the hospital Saturday ,. Aug.
P 31, is convalescing at home
Fast Delivery Dial 904-7170'' gg I
for two weeks and "feeling

fine", his ton, Gene Wiggins,
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I AN-LON f 'MfEENS LABEL T-SIIIHTS{ fLAl1lES' WOOL LAD11:5'8 BLEND: 'a, WOMEN'S MISSES a


-. Celebrating Our :> i f socks SPOHT LONG SLEEVED SIIIKTS 4 &BHIKFS' SUITS : DUKSSKSORIG. : ,

RO.1.110 REG. 3/3.00 iS11'EA'1'IRS $12I4i t
O.Ia $20 $24
LookFAMOUS
New ,I" ....UW..JOi.I f 4

.. SALE_ 49 SALT: 1.99' SALE 3/2.29 SALE 1 12.90 ? SALE. 7.99 ,

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ALL SHOES FROM REGULAR 1 JI, Y MAura

STOCK. ALL NATIONALLY s

? ACT i! LADIES R 1Nf ANT'S r < HOYS'IONG
KNOWN BRANDS '
BOXED NAN [, TKIIIIY: LITTLEHOY'S SLEEVE 1p'

'XMAS NOBLE aIACxU '1'ItAININi 3-7 POLOSIIIKTS

WALKING SHOES J CAHDS PANTIES I A'IhIIIggII LONG SLEEVED'OUT > 1
a PANTSREG. '
5l SiREO. I Ill
STACKED AND COVERED HEELS SPEC. AEG. 39' 't t i SIZES 8-12
.. FOIi51FI11.Y: $6.97 3/1.13 200SALE REG.37A0f
t ',,; ,:t REO. 11.99 to 14.99 / t SALE 39' )9 SALE 399'It's 1 f 99* -. SAII: t)i)e r

SALE 9.91LADlE' rvv ryYrr7i'lYt F r err' F3, "I'nJ'
I I III I 'I t III I i II I II'h '4 Mill I I i i 191j BROWN OR BLACK v19)) b! t1 u i. k!> r r 9
ALL SIZES AND WIDTHS
LOAFERS .

t CMILOIIN1 1HOIS I IDIIM ._ O. ....N' _-. .
OtHUINt, MANOHWM VAMH ..,... M Mfr 01... ML' RTaal : OurBirthday..But You Get, The Presents
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.. Pinny 1fY1.oauood 11M' Roll Stitch to* /wuor. to. i.... SCHOOL 4.91 .. 1.91.4''"
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p-- REG. 1000. 11.00 ft !12.00 ,

SALE 7.97 & 8.97ALL I You Can Win One or More of These

SIZES and WIDTHS MEN SHOES PRIZES..TOTALING OVER $1.100
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T REG. M.Wfo 18.99 CANNON During. Wilson's 94th Anniversary Sale ?

7 SALE. .. J 12.91 &.14.97ALL I pRwiED SOUR r HOYAL Reg islet As Often As You Wish. IA1IIIS'b :
SIZES AND WIDTHSWELI..RiPRE5ENTEO lOW HEEL
100% : ii FAMILY GRAND PRIZE.'500" Gift Certificate FIllED SIIOFS
HUD:
a. BROWNS AND BLACKS TOWELS
WEEKLY..S73 in Gift Certificates
COTTON r PILLOWS IKi DRESS I WAIKERSBf
FLANNEL 1 CHELTKAM* SALE GARDEN- ONE $25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE. REG. 3.JO l REG. $9 13H

LADIES SALE aea.b9 39 1 I'1i1CF. TWO $ 1 0.00 GIFT CERTIFICATES. SALE: SI.')) SALE $7.97 -
FASHION 5T1T.E9REG.10.00O11.D0,5ALE7. yd. ,
CERTIFICATES.
SIX $5.00 GIFT
i I li I 4I NuI I I dII I I I II Il I I IIIIII p IIII.q S' & SiSiiiiSiSWilson's ' I ,
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REG. 11.99 to 14.99, SALE. ... 30.97
I SALE STARTS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9 Home Owned, Home
REG. 1499 (o 1899, SALE .. li'7. ,

High_Mid_ Low Hwll.. I Operated Since 1874TlltlltsnA
All The New Fall Shade and Slylif .., j Shop Wilson 9:30: A.M. to 9:00 P.M. thru Sat...,
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fact that 43 had not yet TCgltpied *- I the group each Sunday after I Hicks. they travelled to Haughton. La of the' Santa Fe Cemetery an. the cotirthnum" door on tin' fli"t.Monday No. 142. Yonr of

School! Opening "It would help a lot if noon. Many recent graduates where they visited Mrs. Watter.son's nouncea that .a apxla.l: meeting In .\lmith 5, ..r 1)'' lobiTise.s iNHtiiiiiii' ,, Mini I ) 1 OI-HI,'rlntlon of
I parents would register their CLAY ELECTION whirh u tiiu nil, day.i ..1 r ,1'- I lot t HIT 1 'i' I In SW
I children I' from the community will be son-in-law 'and daughter. will be held In the Hampton City Oftoljor. 1!>68. 1,1'I".tl: HW, of 'w<4 of
before school starts, D. E. Hill announces that attend.ng: various colleges this Mr. and Mrs. Don McMaho.i. Hall on September 8 at 7:30. AU Doted, thin 3rd d.... or .Suptumber S W 'I... Bc,. I 10, T-7-S. H-2J-B:
jji.uc.ip.tl J. C. 1UCS. .N;, I Iti whltli .
Habbs
com little interest had b UIIII aHMOMHetl Jtayinnn -
Problems I merited. en shownIn fall. Wendy Hill is a sophomore Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pope re interested persons are Invited C'liiirlen A. I"Hrl"y I Hall I I I bo-
:: Brings filling the positions for I at Chlpola Junior College turned Thursday. to their homeIn and urged to attend'this Import-, Clerk' of circuit Court of :InK* 1 In the Allo'1::: : of fJw.r'.rto; : .
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Hobbs
also had a requsst city Eau Bradford County Florida State of Florl'la' ITnluMa MilchciTllflCMle
government that
will be Oallle after
| for II in Marianna: Ronnie Blrt spendingtwo ] dui meeting. 9-0--41-U-2U or iertlflcate nhall
parents who drive tholi vacant in the upcoming elec a freshman and Ronnie Dyal. weeks in Hampto.i., lit i 1..d.1 l """f>l'Jlnc, to law
"It was unbelievably: good" Six hundred and fifty-one children to and from school tion. The elections will be a sophomore will be I Another one of our senior citizens I 1110'1'11 OK ,,......It.\.O'\' .tin- inoperly" ,. dem-rHn-d In mic-h
atendlni'Santa .1'r'lI'kILIl''I t't'ti f ion tee will
nr i !
Mra. Maureen Paul principal students reported the first day Ho would like for them to held ', vole TAX, l>lKIHm. : > ,
ap- on Tuesday Sept. 10 Fe Junior College (Miss Maggie Johnson, laccieorauig .MOTIfH Of AFPI.K VMOV: 11(1. ".If. lop Hiild to the hlgh t bidder at
In Ml.
...f pioacn the school Foil 'V\"\ 1)KKUHrr. the h", .,' dotir. the
Hampton Elementary. saU\ and Jockel thinks enrollmentwill by driving with the her I coint on
polls open from 7 a. Gainesville Rita 94th ''birthday on NOTIQU i ia:: lIJfiJI01:: :: \ -
; will IIM.KI. .M.NOTICI1
Meng bea
firm In Month of Ortouur
U about the first day of school. Increase to the anticipated west to Stansbury: Street. Inthis 9. I:N. that Mr. W. K. _\111"1'","". Monday -
m. to 7 p. m. On August 31, freshman at Massey. Busl Sept. Aunt Maggie the sec I IS HK tEnGIV.- the. holder of the ., ". 19HS which In the 7th
:Tuesday. And with one or two 680. wav the children will not at tln! tms of the deadlinefor ness College In one oldest of seven children is I IS.V'lit,,, hnlrler that Air uf W.Ih It. Alderman haw filed followinguertlflcatPN Mftld iutrriraioH ''-, ,ilm of Oi-tolx-r' 1>88.IHIHH .

.. -exceptions! principals: throughput At Bradford Hgh some of r have to cross tho street going filing p'ttlons! for holding where she plans to Jacksonville study survived by sister Leila Cox uvrtiricntes has fit' cI i Mold following tertlflcutei thernon.for a tnx The dei-il, to. ,In.BHtiod ,.. mbr.I ,.) 11168.tlilH) :3rd day of Hop-

< t the country echoed herS the teachers told principal'j to and from the cars.IHAMPTON. r'tv: office no one had qunli b"com8 a key-nunch to and: her ,brother, Dan Johnson .."m'| therpon.for a tut Th deed certificate to be timber ,and y.,1'H, of rtiriruiH iHHimmc' .chtrll.11| A Derby
operator: the (]<*Mcrli>tIon of the (Mi ik" nt {h''u't' Court of
eentJnents. lalph Dig It the fled with whom, she 'r'-rly
;* was for Mayor R. H. Parker and Charles Hnson: began las presently re number, and year of iMMUiince, ,and the namou In which 11 Was Uiadford, County ""I<>r 1<1 II.154t'12B.
One of the exception wa- 'smoothest! kickoff had sides. She is ho ilnu.trltttlnn tit t le urontirtv.MOBILE .
had
they ouallfed for Marshall Tuesday as a first-year student a saintly spinster and the name In \\hlch It wuauuHttMMffl HHUlmcd ar i HH follow" !/ /
.. V R. Ferguson of Brooker seen." Diggs said the faculty Mm. Lillian Ingenlath! for at Luther Rice and Is loved and honored, by all are a. follows J I '

Elementary: who said the f.rst lias a real good attitude and Clerk with Pat Glover and in Jacksonville. Charles Seminary, who who 'know her. All her friends Certificate. HOD.No.n"crlptlon I 116." Year of oliKHUHnre.

day was "rough" due to hayIng he predicts, a successful term. Don 11111 each qualifying! for Is presently extend wishes for a very happy Property Com. 363 ft. 13 of NW

no water In the old building About 930 students reportedthe By Mra. Miry Williams "ouncllmsn.PERSONALS. S ars, will continue employed working at birthday. cntof 225 ft for Nli'i'HOB of hen NK'i;, run and W run 10B S' I FOR: SALE

(which: Is still used as aatet&ia. first day. part-time and will Others who 'are celebrating ft. 9'! 8 ft B] 105 ft. N to POD.eo .I
After getting that At RJE. 454 students turnedup Friends of W. D. Jacksonville.Mr. reside in birthdays to whom we extend a <4 : 80.T.T.M. It-22-E.! Maine In
Carter will .
which
RSBesxed
Vernon J.o"or-
-fixed OL_ ____the L.air. .. conditioning in Tuesday and principal Anderson :, CIII'RCII! NEWs be pleased to know that hIs u._. ard Mrs. I':. happy birthday' greetng: are yth. All 1 of ald prc'pera:1: :t. LEASE OR TRADE
lila new UUUUIUH froze a WUICI' said some increase is Christian\ Church-Rev. Carl] resting comfortably H. Parker, Mrs. Myrtle Ann Allen and I an the County
at the have
had of
: both rUate Florida. Unlcim( Kuch
of
coU which burst and wet down anticipated. Clarke. Sunday 'School 10 n. in. V. A. Hospital In ters their daugh daughter, Andrea Gall; Laveras Certificate or rvrtlt'icatea Khnll
Gainesville '
one bathroom and a closet, Lawtey Elementary prlncl- Mornl.ig Worship. 11. Evening and hop S to a< recent guests In their OL'' law. Timmy' Elland, Paul be redeemed. Hijfordlnrr, to law J.ollrge\\ (two-story rick home-Four bedrooms;
come home 'icme. .
The :he
Jim deHcrlhed In nwh
property"
Baker
By midday Wednesday. everything nal Curtis Marlowe reported Service. 7:30.: sometime next week. visited! with Doris' family Estes III >and Mrs. OTeta John- certificate or certificate will 1 inths:;: : ; large living room with fireplace din-
was Turning smoothly 220 students on the first day FlrsO Baptist Church-Rev. Mrs. Mel Hamel returned parents on eon.' be Hold to the highest bIdder.. at ;

however. and said enrollment might not Melvin Hamel. Sunday' School. Tuesday after travelling to Thursday heme in Orlando While enrouts tx their Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Johns and Imt he- court Monday houae In Month door, of on Octo-the in? vcom, breakfast nook, Florida room with three

The Brooker enroUment of reach the anticipated 270. 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11. Kev West to a'ter a three Mr. and Mrs. Wayne'Hlnscn and I>er, 1U6H. which la the 7th day
ee t'eidaugh weeks ,
89 was somewhat short of Jesse Training Union vacation trIp through family aittended a birthday dinner f October 10611. exposures'' House has hardwood floors is
the Moore principal at 6:30.: Evening ter, Carolyn Krsnach. and the' many Western Dated this aril, day of Sop- centrally
anticipated! Service States.!! During: ion Sunday at New River in ember,
100 studens.Altholli'h Anderson Junior High Law.t.ey. 7:30.: Wednesday night new 1968.
granddaughter Robin their vacation !they visited many !honor al. Mr. Johns' Charlen A. D"rhyl) heated and is air-conditioned. Provisions for
things said Prayer Service ( mother, gas or
went well at opening day attendance Power Night I, LPP. While Shirley was spend- popular sites ClArk of Circuit Court of
Hampton there Is -I was about 150 '7:30: wit\h\ choir practicefol leg Including 'a trip to Mrs. Julia. Johns who eelehrat- Bradford County Florida ,
one prob- as expected the week in electric
the Disneyland. stove
Keys. Rev. After n'r_ _." dryer .
lem. The kitchen In the new lowing.! Nursing Home Service!, Hamel was truest In the arents Jim visiting her ed her 85th 'birthday! with! all of -it n- I> building l Is Sunday. 2:4i: hom 'and Doris visited ,her children present. NOTICE :
not yet completeand Principal Charles Franc's'' )p. m. of several her APPLICATION:
families bro'her-in-law
cooks are preparing of Starke Elementary. reported Bo'h!' churches in the community community. in that Mr. and Mrs. Milt and Misner sister. Mrs. W. J. Greene ,and son, FOR!. IWI.KI.TAX P.KED*.! Lot goes for depth of block and yard is well estab

meals In the old building end' an enrollment of 493 on sponsored skat'ng' and Morris' of St. Augustine visited NOTICef IS ;HEREBY GIVEN -
carrying- food parties during the Saturday guests! of the Don family, in Gainesville. On Sun- Mr. and Mrs Ernest Greene I that Mr. W. K. Aldnrman I lished.
to the new opening day. past week. TTIII) family day the Milt Misners the holder of the followingertlflcatea
were his were Sun last' Sunday'
,, father.
school.! At the Bradford-Union Voca. The Christian Church went to day haw filed' aald cerIflcate -
Lake Howard Hill and h's' brother guests of Jean's parents. GOLDEN WEDDINGMr. I for.. tax deed to be'
About 150 Bu.lcr!
children reported tional-Technical Center. director Tuesday night Marty Located just two blocks from Starke office
Allen. both and Susan' stayed 'H'ued thereon. certifIcate post
to school with BO of Holly. Mich. : over and Mrs. Dan Johnson ,ret ..:, .ea .henf I
on the first day at Ted Oglesby reported 109!) members enjoying the u"on with tht'lr arn.ntf.nrf, ..>.nta. ,,"H'J nmht I inuanca.
leaving Hamoton the ------ "W" will observe their Fiiuetn the description of the ,
Hampton. enrolled Tuesday but additional fun. Parents who went along visitors Monday nd the name In which property It wan and three blocks from RIbS at 323: N. Walnut St.
Although: it created no real students are expected and also .enjoyed skating were went on to South FlorIda Wedding Annlverslay on Sun ..Mf>.....,J are H. follows:
problem. the Mr. and Mrs. where thev plan to spend Mrs. Mary Watterson returned day Sept. 8 and will be hon. Certificate No. 101. Year ofHKuunra
new Middle from Lake Butler and Keystone MarkaJee Nor. Will sell
IDAS. DoH'irlptlon of I for $17,300 lease for
time Wednesday (
some with other after attending: the ored with' reception in ; I30.00/mo.; or
(School at man. Rev. mom'be"a ; a their
BHS and f
was not quite Heights. One student has Mrs. Carl : at NW roe i'
Patterson {vfIIYOfeHT'Vt
ready for use on -the first day enrolled from as far as Inter- Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. Harry of the family. family reunion in home between the hours of 2 and. run W trade for lake property or what have ?
Ronnie Dyal visited In the Dover. North Carolina.' Also attending and 9 610 Ft., D. I 110 Ft. for FOB you
of school. As Lasseter Mrs. Jackie p. m. Everyone Is cordially W. 50
planned. the stu lachen, and three or four Johns. : the uil Ft. 1.4. 100 Ft. K 60
dents met in BHS Mrs. Virginia Roark home of Ken Smith In Lees. family gathering Invited to the open Ft" N. too) Ft. to POD Sec. 22.TBB. -
auditorium came from Green Cove and Mrs. '
burg with Mrs. Watite-son R-22 ":. Name In which
over the weekend. were her house at the CALL COLLECTR.
and will move Info their new Spr'ngs.' Margaret Crawford. Then on Johnson's resi ,eaceNaril.. <| H. I.. Hartley. All of
a Laurie HO'.i: Frederick and
Hicks daughter of family from dence. aid
In the
quarters property being
Friday. Principal At Southslde, 531 students Thursday might 30 members of Mr. and Starke. While in the CaroUnasthey Count') of State ofFlorida. A. GREEN JR.
Mrs. Charles SPECIAL GAINESVILLE
Richard MEETINGMrs. .df'h: -
the Hicks :;
Jockel said that rain, reported Tuesday and some Baptist Church also trav also visited Unlewi ; certlflat ,
caused the delay. elled to the Lake spent a couple of days in 'Mrs. Myrtle Mary Watterson, treasirer or certlflcnteii hall he, re-
created bythe Butlpr skating
difficulty was rink. Those Onlncsvill" with her grnnd- Vatfrson in Dana for five days. -of 'the funds for the upkeep deemed, according to law the. :376-2308) :> or 376.9666I (
I whn chaperoned roperty deacrlnvd In uch
cerflcate -
Upon ''tfce.'r': return
w'r9: Mr. and I\Irs. Hnnriyn parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto to Hampton or certlflcaten will .be.
old to the hl heat bidder, at I IALUMINUM _
At
Shop Griffis Kennan.
Store Mr. and Mrs. Don

"Where Hill and Bill 'Stone.! In spiteof ; ,:;.. J, -f"'W' ::" .-..:;';.>' --.ioW'r: >"_. c. .;'," > C '- I -- --- _
Quality la Always Guaranteed" -
bruises and aching' muscles -

the groups reported hav '

ing a good time and plan to You'lilind II

gO again "

About 15 soon young people and .I it in the

,
adults visited the S'arko: Nurs ,, ,

ing Home Sunday afernoon as'' 'i. -. ', '
a part of the Baptist
ChurcH!
: .: FRI.. SAT., SUN. MON.
ministry to the pa'lents: of the
Open All Day Labor Day home. The group enjoys sing- I *
_
Ins hymns, reading crlpture NEW HOMES. Chic- TYPEWRITERS: !Manual orI l .
'
BRISKET STEW 3 IBs. $1 and having prayer In the In I i J If you find your name ;among the Classified Ads, kasha 20' X 24' wide. Buddy I Electric. For sale or rent. I

: dividual's room as w.-ll as In cwx I Clemaon, Layton travel trailers .. Bradford County Telegraph.! I _

; BACON Ib .. 39c I the large living room where come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Liberty, Taylor, Azalea.I .
Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing
many gather.of Charles the elderly Hinsons people leads .- FREE PASSES to Fbi da Theatre or 301 Drive- free get up and de : George E. LaRue L -

'PICNICSoo Jb. 35c the singing while Theatre Passe S In.HASTINGS. livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER!) I I INSURANCE AGENCY
Kennan MART, INC., 6912 Blanding

RED HOTS 3- lbs. 1.00 I group on .accompanies the' organ.calolyn//_ -_...., ..Tax./: 771-8776. ttrhg Auto Fire Homeowner ,,!i .

I Interested in th's' MATTRESS I FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED VACUUM clean. reconditioned LIFE & ACCIDENT ,

BEEF LIVER LB. 29c are invited to go along with I. CLASSIFIED AD RATES &710 UPHOLSTERY Lmnnii! St. WORKS PalatfcmFurniture I Commercial.Service.Phone 473-3090 Home ant.I name brand$15 to up.ctiooae 10 different from I Keyatone Heights 473-4693'


NECK BONES .. LB. 19c Up to 15 words ____ 1.23 Repaired P. O Box 19 Keystone. tfchg Parts 4k excellent repairs alf I WANTED USED COOk I
Upholstered & Refinished jas .
FOR SALE (Minimum make KIRBY I
charge) BALmS A
THANK: YOU NOTESBeautifully !:
stove or electric refrigerators(
BEEF TRIPE BY SEALED BIDS MATTRESSES REBUILT SERVICE 712 N. MaiD Gainesville SEVERAL GOOD USED Add..
LB. 19c Kiwh engraved la gold beds. dinette bedroom
or sets
The word over 13 __ .01
property known as. the New Innerspringa/ silver. $1.25 \' 379-7110. tfchg (tog Machines for sale electrics
I for box of 25, Including sets sofas and chairs. Phone
HAMBURGER Jacksonville: J1W Rep ':ltcr Station Extra charge If not and Box Springs i : ; subtraction, credit bal-
oo. ,d. lb. 49c located on Wet Market paid In advance __ .33: Drop IT* A Card or Call I ...vintv envelopes.Telegraph.- Bradford; DID YOU KNOW it's easy to 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg' ,anca. Bradford County Tele-

-'- Read In Starke Florida. Lot I! PALATKA. EA R-OI6fl tf own a Longehamp Home? TYPEWRITERS: :Manual 01 'graph. tf

ROUND STEAK lb. 89c size is 70 feet wide by 120 feet ,, MnniorliiN r HItS. PEGGY SMALLER j I INSURANCE: Better built for P'I..rI'a. :! lIv- Llectric For sale or rent. '

'I deep. Sealed bids to purchase ,, ReHolutlons : 240 E. Adklnn. St.StarhiA !I AT REDUCED RATES ing. Your planr or ours. Bradford County Telegraph.Used \ FOR SALE By Owner.

T-BONE STEAK lb. 89c this property should be forwarded 7 c'i'iilM per word Agent AUTO. FIRE, BOAT Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- I Modern 3 bdrm. block house,

to American Telephone DOYLE E. CONNER ford Mitchell, phone 964- close in town plus 30 x 30
Mowers
Push
CHUCK STEAK lb. 59c nnd TeJesrraFh C mra'lY.; >: Rightof C.AItUS; OP THANKS INSURANCE) AGENCY 6833 P. O. Box 238, Starke' We Trade -- We RepairFIRESTONE or Ride blk. bldg. on location. Ph.
Way Superintendent: :! 10JEtljewocd m tfohff' t.1<:1.8 064-5174. Starke. tfchg

RIB I Avenue:: Atlanta ISO Word-. or Isi,,, --__-. 3.00 I
STEAK Free Pick I'p ServiceIn
lb. .oo 79c I Georgia, 30303. with the enve1Icpe I I
WANTED
Each: PUMPSNEW JIMMY MOORE'S CIty USED WRINGER
word
marked: "Jacksonville: J1W oler10/ __ .07
TURKEY AND USEDSALESl'ARTSSBRVICE SUN SPORTS Phone 001-739' 'washer: Will pay cash or taken
WINGS -Sealed
lb. 29c Bid and postmarked tf I i trade on anything.! Dahmers
,
no later ''than October 9, 1968. 1 IN TOWNLakeside II I nicount House.
tchir
ALL MEAT Bids will be opened' at 10:00 MOORE BOAT TOR ,i.
STEW lb. 69c : Deep & Shallow Wells '
A. M on October 14. 19H8. The Home PAINTSNEW Water Softeners & Filters; YOUR MONEY USI.U: rUKNIKIKK J J ; :FOR SALE-House and five

right to reject any and all bidsIs 2 Story I 6; Rooms Fpert Service On Starke Ph. 6645701SERVICE / ANI., APPLIANCESUPHOLSTERING icres land with 40 pecan bearing
G8IFF1S STORE reserved. For further detail t trees. On Florida Power &

I call Area Code 404. 529-8854 $9,150 m All Makes SPECIAL Light: air-conditioned. ideal location

SAM: CRIFFISf AMERICAN TELEPHONEAND S. E. McKay RealtorKeystone Phone 963,7061DURRANCE Ski Rig' .- ____ I.W.OH FENNELL'S I : \ on Besscnt Road. Reasonably .

2.:> East TJrownlce TELEGRAPH COMPANY: I PUMP New Model Engines arrivingevery priced. Call Gene Shaw.

4tchg-9.:! Itoighta AND SUPPLY CO. day. BARGAIN CENTER !lfi4-5200. 'Stchtf< -!n-5
1 Hi BII. So. 301 Slarke -
"- -
------ -'n___.. I 473-1816 fl WAITRESSES ,
i FOR SALE,-BRICK HOUSE WANTKD-Apply
FOR RENT TV sets. baby FOR SALE-.3 bedroom, 1 bath.
In person Longhorn Restaurant -
Do-It-Yourself
WANTED men and 3 women ready for occupancy. :3: bed- beds, electric guitars and amplifiers concrete block house. I
Large corner 301 South. _
for' room IH bath. treated.. Just
Mobile
home and
: Home Improvement refrigerators by day. lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. ,
$_ i Sales. Cnbanas. carports outside of city limits In week or month. Phone 064- $11 509. Ph. 964-S887. 8tr".>.--9-13 ---- -

- $ tt patio awnings screen: en- SEAMLESS i Pine breeze. Easy monthly 7923. Dahmers. tfchu BUY SELL TRADE
i "loiure' utility bldiis. Will train. terms. Longehamp Const Co. FOR SALE-Spinet Piano: In
.\ Call for appointment Aluminum I Contact Bifoid Mitchell PRODUCTS good condition. 127 Lafavette ;I Hill Powell

Products. All Florida Mobile FLOORING pone 984-6833. P. O. Box Awnings Patios, Cabanas St. or call 964-5951 after 3pm Real EstateApproximately

"A little Home. 473-4178 tfchg 338: Starko.MEN Unh Carport BoaUheds Utility tfchat
three acres::
-'r iBld >. ;Mtailed. AD Florida ,
FOR SALE-14 It. 6 in. Seafury WANTED Laundry Mobile Homes, Keystone Mta. HOUSE FOR SALE-In quiet close; in on 301-In business -

carefulsaving runabout 40 hp. Evlnrude. electric :; \WEM RE'' : workers. Kitchen aids laborers Ph. <473-4178< tfchg: neighborhood. Approximately :section: close to new
:
starter electric pushbutton cottage parents, watchman 1 1700 sq. ft. living area. 3 bedrooms court house. Very suitablefor
shift, generator. Murray tilt cooks and clerks /ground- WAITRESS WANTED Apply i ((2 with paneled' accent office
buildings
can trailer! Used very little: perfect 'K Y$' keeper truck driver. Five In person B & O Truck Stop.U. I wall>: 2 baths: living room: kitchen business.:, Low or Down retail -

.
S. 301 South. tfch
day week. eight
hour' day.
condition. Phone 473-3022 Key- with dining area. 14 x 30 ,
give you tone Heights. .lip '.. .. -- State retirement vacations,, A. J. Thomas Realtor General I! ft. Fla. room with family proof : Payment. Easy! Terms.

WANTED-Lot or small acreage sick leave. If Interested. please, Real Estate and Appraising 'paneling fire place for gas log Call 96 j.6161

a lot ofcarefree THE KEY TO near Starke or Hampton. Frank apply in person Personnel for Estates Corporations and I and built in book cases. Office Hill l'owell Real Estatein

O Gracious Stefllk. Jr. Rt. 1, Box 6iA, Bun- Manager Sunland Training Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience -i or 4th bedroom. All centfally the Starke Plaza
Living
Center, Gainesville, Fla. |heated and air
conditioned. Double -
nell Fla.
2tp 8-15 In
Florida Land Mat
"
1"hfh! cQ:;) Town HouseAPARTMENTS Menu F ters. 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. carport and 24 x 24 ft. gar ------ ---.

I --- MOTEL ROOMS for rent. very MEN WANTED-Men cottage 964-5701. TP Chg age. Shady lot 100 x ISO() ft.

:'III low weekly rate. Phone 964- parents. Age 21-60. Starting I Priced right. Call! 964-7498 for :

Sell or RentFurnished 6985, Underwood Motel. pay $295 month promotion DRESS MAKING Alterationsand appointment 2teh.it 9-5 H. R. Block
I
: 2tchg-9- Speciality Sewing. Mrs. I
opportunities and regular Increases
or Unfurnished Effie Crosby phone 964-6308. To Settle an Estate .ImTlca's! largest Income
t
In 8 I
It really is pretty simple to save "a substantial M Kuford Mitchell CD'S WELDING All typesweldini' 9 day week.pay.sick leave hour vacations day- Westmoreland Trailer Park. I"lots Acres$850.00 3000.00 each : 3 8 A half lot acre$3.-I lax.: service It! now expanding -

:! sum" here. Just put a certain sum in Phone Si posts and custom repairs made.; porch 5 rails ml. state retirement. If Interested 4tp 9-3 300.00. Just out of:town and near and requires In l local! representative -
Starke and
I your interest-earning savings account here I 961-I1853 964-6760( west on 16. turn right. 1 blockon please apply in per- HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bedrooms paved road. Prefer cash but other (I..atlon. for Satellite

Crawford Rd. son Personnel Manager. Sun- 2 baths and would consider terms. A. J. Thomas ,
regularly-such as every payday- andyou'll Phone 96-4-7145 land Training Center. Gaines-. Florida Franchise' Program.! Prior

have a sizable reserve of spare cash LABORERS WANTED Permanent or 964-6489. 4tchf-0-5 ville. Fla. 3 term/ -9-12 room. Central heat, corner lot. Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. tax.: knowledge helpful: but

position all Phone 964-5871. 3tp! -9-15 not necessary! Contact Mr.
for things Start company
many surprisingly soon. benefits. Minimum starting> rate TWO BEDROOM house on 11 STRAYED-I black and white I SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE-14-ft. flberglassed Wane Jefferson IOH E. UnIverity -

saving here regularly now! 91.60. Age 1845. Apply Southern acre Pecan trees acnool bus steer. Owner may claim and pay oiled and -Cliwned.: plywood flshlna: boat. !540( Ave., Phone. 37 .6'tOfI.:
adjusted in
Wood Preserving Company. all corner. $300:; down. $7,000, I for keep and ad. Call 964-5172. 300. Vacuum cleaner sourhome repairs : I Mrs. M. L. Watterson Hamp Oalnesvllle.! Ztchg

Baldwin. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. mortgage. Low monthly payments 4tp! -9-12 also. All work guaranteed. ton. Fla Up

2teh
foods: meatless pure proteins, 811. Raiford. 4tp! -9-12 I a on: 'v wholesale" and retail.Mln.wws. .
WANTED to work
FLORIDA TO BUY-Used Water CASH REGISTER P\PER-Na-I Extra i! on layer farm. Live on \ ( shiners! and fishing
nice
pump. Dohmer's DiscovertHouse :< !tlnmil Cash Register and all other canned. Battle- FOR SALE-2 BR house. nice or off. James Patterson. Ph. tackle. Hwy. 100. 2 ml. S. E.
Itchq model. Bradford County |) Creek Veg. scallop.: Veg.Ptcaks. neighborhood 964-50'H'! >. It I
carport. etc. $500 Keystone Hts.
Vegetarian VEJA-ltnks I : at Lake Geneva.::
:: .. : Telegraph./ If down. Phone 964-S801.'; !tfchu | Hall's
I ,fl'BA''N"K ,I'A' 'y""S': I DRESSMAKING 'and alterations )) sausage.\ Soyameats! null Joaf. i LOST-Car Keys in red case B.iIt Plice. U
( ; : '' -iiJ; I
: -. ; ::1\.. -All types sewing In my WANTED Yard man, Apply To- Ideal: Advents members. person! I WANTED-White! lady to lire in I on Call Street. Small reward I FOR LE-1962. Ford FordorUalaxle

home Mrs. HoUlmworth. Pjione Refill. Motel. tfchg I special diets. Phone 530-2981. Rt. with elderly lady. S73 month .offered. Leave at> Telegraph. Sun. air" conditioned

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 004.5:1.111.( : 4tch
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group FOR SALE-1 :Mexican: Burro: FOR RENT 3 room furnished Itchj tfchu FOR SALE-2 BR frame hO\ls.1 tion. H. O. Bollinger, 964-5390.

: 1 wheel l travel trailer: 1 hOIl!. efficiency apartment! lUhts! waiter PAYROLL ENVELOPES, FOR SALE-1966 GTO. Small furnished\ :: : I acre. 1 mil: 426 N. Walnut St. ltchg

motor n.nd trailer Win. Lewis furnished. $43 month. 425 with without carbon flat.i W'I
or -- equity and assume payments.' Lawwy on SR-225. Ph. -:: FOR SALE-80,000 BTU pnci'

I!I, Key tc.ie: Hts. 473-4422. lip N. Wfclnut. It.P i Bradford County Telegraph. Call 4734287. Zip __ Itp heater. 409 Pratt St. 2tchg-9-5



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COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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Election Nominees Announced


V e+py NEWS ABOUT For ASC County CommitteeThe I

i v l II l ,_ '- t. .i .,

SERVICE MEN election of >the ASC coun- Cone explained, and ballotsare
ty committee for farm program being sent to each known
administration In Bradford eligible voter. In case any eli-
Wt...W1i1J1.V.Na, County for the coming gible voter falls to receive a.

A Flood Here? NEVER! I IN Staff Sergeant Paul A, Mag- year was announced today by ballot through the mall, ho
t't yarl, son of Mrs Margaret Clyde Cone current vice-chair should contact the ASCS coun-
man Agricultural stabilization ty office. Generally, a farm
Thornton of Rt. 2 Starke
Nothing: ever happens in calm, provements by qualified engineers. on duty at Cam Ranh Ray, la and Conservation County owner tenant, or sharecropperIs
placid Bradford County But it did We know that federal assistanceis : AB Vietnam. Committee He called particular eligible to vote If he la. eligible

last week being investigated. 'I Sgt Magyar!, a supply Inventory attention! to the fact that to take part in one or
And we weren't prepared for it Our flooding problem won't be % .... specialist Is a mem- the committee election this more of the programs administered
either. It's not week ber of the Pacific Air year Is a little later than Informer by the ASC committee
every that solved on the local level in the next / Forces.
nearly 20 inches of rain falls few Before his arrival hi Vietnam years. Elections are Eligibility to vote or to hold
onus weeks or months. The problemis being held during the third office as a committeeman Is I
he
but a good many persons can bigger than this county. The Tactical was Airlllt assigned to the 47th week of September In all agricultural not restricted by reason of
Squadron at
remember times, 20 years or more most knowledgeable authorities : Forbes AFB Kan. counties throughoutthe race, color, sex, creed, or national

back, when water was as high as here say any drainage improve- .i .c His wife Jacqueline la the Nation in order to Increase origin

it is now. ments that would prove effective ..., daughter of Mrs Katherine the awareness of this Envelopes containing mark-

Our preparation wasn't any bet- would have to start at the Suw an- ( ? Clark of 4212 Burlingame Rd., Important farm-program function ed ballots may be mailed or
on eligible voters.
ter than it was 20 years ago, nees River and come back this Topeka, Kan. The farm-committee returned to the ASCS county
system office anytime before September -
either. The county Civil Defense Is a unique means of administering 20 Ballots
will be tabulated -
did the best it could with what it way.We can work on that, but more L )t and Sfc.daughter and .Mrs.Cherry Earl ,L.left Stokes on national agricultural publicly by the incumbent

has, but thousands of dollars of immediately, we can work on p. .. September 3 for the Canal programs and policies. ASC county committee on Septem-
property, homes, and household emergency planning in case of another dr4f S55 ) Zone after spending two county committee members ber 24, lilt 9 a. m., in the Con-

furnishings, went down the drain. disaster. Another flood months at home on leave, following administer the price support, ference Room of the Agricultural -
acreage diversion, agricultural Center The public! Is Invited
Damages have been roughly esti- could occur this fall if had r .h- Sgt. Stokes' completionof
we a ; --""'- r conservation, and other to witness tho vote
mated at $150,000 at this hurricane ,. a -tour of duty In Vietnam.
early and this is the storm .r, farm-aotlon programs In the counting
Sgt. Stokes will be stationedIn
point.We season.!' county and are particularly Following li the slate of
the Canal Zone, where he
can be sincerely grateful Our city and county govern- tit, i : has been assigned before. His responsible for keeping their nominees for the ASC com-
that no lives were lost, although ment, along with the Civil Defense 11 '' wife is a native of Panama neighbors Informed about theprograms. mittee election: Owen R. Al-

about 40 families were displaced agency, could act now to be pre- ., .t but is now a U, S. citizen. Sgt. mittee also. The supervises county com-the varez Jr., Lonnie Hailry, Earl
from their homes. Some had to be pared to provide 1 "' Stokes is the son of H. B. F Jones, Leaton Morgan Jr ,
quicker warningof ASCS
county office through
Carl Prevatt, Rex Smith, Al-
Stokes
evacuated by boat! h and the late Lola Dyal!
such
emergencies, facilitate Stokes which the administration of bert Tyson.
Residents who were forced to moving household' items if no lives the various program is hand Questions on eligibility to

leave their homes and move fur- are in danger, provide storage facilities Airman led. The local County Office vote and to hold office or on
nishings out or have them ruined and shelter for displaced e t g0 x e; acw j? Aj r1! John S. Campen Jr. Manager, Mrs. June Chap- the election procedure will ba
a of
r son Mrs. Leonard A. Hall
make the following points: families, and keep traffic at a min- ..... .r a 11. .Ytlx iC.L: of Star Route Hampton, recentlY man day-to-day Is responsible operations for of the the determined by the ASC county.
There was no warning that committee subject to appealby
imum
in disaster areas. graduated from a U. county office.
the water was reaching flood stage S. Air Force technical school the ASC State committee.
Our point here is not to make a Voting will be by mall, Mr.
from the city, county, Civil Defense scapegoat of any: persons or agency FARMER'S r DIARYDuring at Lowry AFB" Colo.
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