Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03808
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03808
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
..-..w...-..--.., ,. _._" ". .. -' '.
...... t'"t.\ ...... .. J U w------- ------w.. :_ ::;;;.;; .;,:. ; ':" -wr.

Juliar> c. Yongeu.

of Fla. LibrAry 'History

Fla.326el .
Gainesville ,

," .


; .4! .

i- .



Per Copy Every Week

Official County Publication Established In 1879



County -w Voters Circuit Court's

x SorgV

Adopts$601,372 ThreeAll Return Decision UpheldIn

,V r three incumbent city Timber SuitS

BudgetA councilmen were returnedto

their posts for another

two years in Tuesday's an-

$601.372 county operating nual voting but freshman

budget for 1963-69 Councilman Tom Nolin had Container
'%-f, was adopted Monday to slide in by the skin of

Sept. 9. by the I Bradford f -1 f V1 his teeth. r
Commission and sent to Nolan edged challenger W H. S Nd

Tallahassee..\ (Billy I Noegel by 14' votes 472- Loses

Budget total .U lightly higher 461, la the Group :5 race in scattered -

than lost year's operating voting as only 946 of 2.- 'i'

bill but the Commission! held 350 registered went to the polls. vt .run

millage at 6678 the same ajast 1 Chairman Orle Wiggings, 10- ,. rr AppealA
) year. year veteran and senior man in

There bad' been concern that service em the council, won ,a

the J1.000 additional'' funds reWired smashing!! 609-253 victory over 4N't t ; !" decision handed down

( for Sheriff: P. D. Red. former bond trustee and councilman Wednesday!' Sept. 11, bv
dish's department. after<< a hear. Ewell Lawson. Councilman the First District Court of

nag before a 'Tallahassee budget" Nell Tucker In Group 3, was Appeals upholds the .judge

review board would cause the not opposed, and drew: :575 votesas ment of the Eighth Dis-

mlltage to go' up., Some com No Empty Barn Now he got a free return to office. trict Circuit Court in Con-

jnlaalonera favored cutting: other Chairman Wiggins ran his tainer Corporation's appealof

departments to squeeze out race .almost literally from his its 1965. '66, and '67

the $1.500. Over 700 students and teachers: moved Into the down noise, arrive next week (they hope!) the sick bed. He ,was confined to the taxes in the long fought
Instead that amount wu add. ''hospital for a kidney removal
brand spanking new Bradford ..Middle; School adJacent building will quiet down. Wednesday IcocluT dispute with Bradford
ed to the fine and forfeiture rev and is still recuperatl.ngat\) County timberland
enue. to the new vo-tech center on the Old Conway were shouting to make themselvrs heard iibnve, home; the chairman did not get sessments.over as

Commissioner Buck !Norman Airport, this week despite the fact that equip- the voice and noises of workmen. to campaign. atY s #
; '
: ''rF Container's! 'appeal was argued
said that would make a deficit ment Is still being Installed and noise from machinery The entire center' of the huge 35.000 square font) Naegel asked end was grant M before the three judge panel in

budget but Clerk Charles Darby is rampant.Not building was" still vacant except for men assrmb-! ed a recount of one team of vote Y Yr 'Holly Hill In July with County v

said he thinks the document<: one teacher can be found however, who 11 ng chairs. The resources, center (library) will' be co.nters' according to CityCleik Jivdge ,T. I iA. Yawn representing
Is Mill a reasonable, estimate of Meo-ill Edwards. Ho did r ,
doesn't believe the new concept of openness and here and: it Is the heart of the new mi the county's Income and expenditures come out two votes better, ,but ,$c'p, Yawn also defended
over the coming 12 versatility of equipment will work. When the library program teachers say. still lost by 11 votes. The three In Circuit Court the when county'scase the

months shelves with carpeting on the buck to hold other teams also recounted their
1965 tax assessment
/ cases of five
At the 'budget hearing Monday ballots 'In the close race but the
night the Commission. also accepted count didn't change. timber firms: was heard In a

the School) Board mlU- Noegtl: Who was making his flve-day trial before Judge JohnA.

age of 10.8 mills, up !Half a mill Requests HearingSchool third try for a council seat, said H Murphree January 1967.

over kcal J967. he would be .back. 'He has nun a The Circuit Court trial came 2
Nerdy Bernice Jackson, and Cecil Prevatt
leave the Big
years after the dispute and
iAlHn-all. Bradford! County close race each, time. arose
Dad plant In Starke for the last time at 4:15: p.m. Wednesday, sym- after Bradford County, had been
property owners ''Will have to NoUn was pessimistic! during
pay taxes on 17.478 mills this Board Tuesday's light voting, stating bollilng the end to employment; of Rome 151) workers In the clothing left short' of tax monies it had

budget year or (17.48 for every Fights he didn't believe he would! win. manufacturing operation that started here 17 years ago In the room counted on.Wednesday's.

$1,000 of property rah atlom. He had beaten Noegel by 65 behind them are rows of silent machines draped In black or white decision by the

The cavity commission's mill- votes in 11967 In the race for the cover: *. Only a few office workers are still In the plant. appeals>> court ehould mean that
age is broken down as follows: one-year unexpired term of May- the county. will collect $74,000 r

general fund. 3,279 mills; road ,,tai Carl Burst.. Container owes In back taxes '
aod.Deldge.l.l4mWa, fine and RightsCharges- The vote count"of 946 was Friday The 13thClosing and for which the firm has posted

forfeiture, 1.69, and the county close to (the prediction of Clerk bonds. The county will also

health unit' 9.:309 mills. Merrill Edwards' estimate of 1- according. to Tax Collector J. R.

In addition, the commission la 000 and\ was one of the quietest Kelly, collect Interest on the unpaid -
to schools on the ,basis of race exclusively by Negro students<<
budgeting 9175.277 for the courtlioufie Terming it a pressure elections! that can ;be remembered taxes: some of the balance
color in such manner to ore inferior to schools attended.
tactic Supt. Tom Casey or as
b1l'l1dJln11/leae&'ve fund. This In the city Only 33 Absentee SetAt goes back three years to 1965.
cntlnue: the concentration of personnel primarily by white students.
amount Is equal to anticipatedrace recommended that a De- ballots, were cast.W.P.Heney. "Tickled to death" was Judge
of a particular race or -A dual transportation has
track revenues, and S108.- partment of Health Edu- Yawn's.
comment yesterday: over
000 of it Is.. to be transferred to cation, and Welfare peti- color in those schools where all .been and continues to be operated the decision.! He expects to have

the general' fund. tion to withdraw federal or a majority of the students are for Negro and white schools. \ the written decision of the appeals -
-Bradford County has failedto
Also budgeted for the coming funds from Bradford of that race or color.Educational court in 'his [hands this
take effective to ellml-
year Is $96,502 for<< the sinking schools be answered and opportunities steps week.

reserve fund, financed for the that a date be requestedfor end facilities In schools attended (Continued on Page Two) CUBB Head Big Dad Original decision favoring the

most part by funds transferred a hearing before a fed- ment dispute was handed down
from' the courthouse building re- eral examiner in Washington -
by Circuit Judge Murphree last

667 serve 18! fund budgeted: and for a total constructionof of $677- D. C. .. ., To Quit JobThe Wednesday afternoon most of the remaining 1: or July six months/ after the trial.It .

After discussing: the petition, 20 workers received their last checks confirmed the 1965 Assessments
the new courthouse. i J from Big Dad leaving
General Counsel of
drawn by the of Tax Tsseasor! Long on
The 'building! fund Includes "\" only a skeleton staff of
HEW In Washington D. C.. with \\'t;.. I ;I. : Executive Director of seven or eight. Over the past the lands of five timber firms -
balances from a race track :revenue ... i two months the plant has cut down
Pierce\ the some Container
Attorney George j CUBB Economic Agency W. P. Corp., Owens- lunois,
certificate Issue sold by the / .,
School Board votedunanlmously Heney, Is resigning. 150 persons have been made jobless. Oilman Paper Co., Rayonler
to finance the court- ,.
new 'Tuesday night Sept. 10, to accept He has! already Informed' the and Nelson R. Blocker.
house. 1 Just last week approximately -
Casey's recommendat'on.'! Board of Directors of his In-
Injunctions Issued in 1965 prohibiting -
The regular budget fund Include -
The (Board 'has 20 dues to answer tentions and will present his 75 persons were Tax Collector J. R. Key-

road :'and general bridge I fujnd$141,032.$322,998.fine 26 charges' the HEW attorney .4 formal resignation! when the employed by the plant. The EmployeesAt ly from selling the lands of the

and forfeiture $013.446 and listed in !the petition received .4.J Board meets on Sept. 23. skeleton staff will remain timber companies at ,auction. for
Saturday, Sept. 4, by .J Hc.iey: told The Telegraph
health unit $23.898. P t out orders. After that the failure to pay taxes as assessedby
Supt.: Casey the ,alternative being that his resignation has beenin the county were also dissolved.
The budget was {held for Nib .l for several weeks shippingout
J .l't
for HEW to make a decision his plain for the past year Loss .
week because of the dispute between orders. After that the :
on information it has available. and that his reason for resigning -
the sheriff and the com- plant will be slosed "at The cults brought by the five
"I 13 He
According! to the notice sent by 1 a physical
(Continued on Page Two) HEW to give the local school ? d explained that his' doctor wants least temporarily.. Cl'r- "People don't know whatthey're timber firms were dismissed! by
Judge Min'Phree at the cost of
Board opportunity to be heardon ckDS7 him to have a job which enables aId Tucker manager said. going to do. All of us :
of him to get more exercise. me baiting: jobs." the plaintiffs.
the 26 allegations. oUI9 one He .said that Company President -
DON'T MISS Tliere lot who Long's assessments' had. and
will remain
several federal!: officials deeming CUBB open. D. S. Slceloff Jr. was In ; area are !
Bradford County to be out of Heney said he has already received Starke Friday and was to advise :really depending on this. Some still have' timberland values averaged -

OPERATIONTEENAGER compliance with Title VI of the one application for the Tucker If there were any will probably have to go to welfare !- at $79 per acre- The timber

1964 Civil Rights Act may result 1. job
.. In the county l losing approximately and that he knows of two other tempt to sell or merge the Kolrig on unemployment for th 1967 trial to (show timberlands
$80.000 In federal funds. ''0 rt persons who will be applying. plant. its hile." are worth $45 per 'acre based on

A letter last week from another The director said he will' remain On Sept. 3 Siceloff told the "I've been working here 11 the timber firms' capitalization

Woman's Club HEW of'iclal. Ruby 0. Martin on the job until his successor Telegraph, In a telephone Interview years 3 months At my age of net income method of assess -.

nulldlnlrFriday" director of HEW's Washing fa hired and that he will : "I'm doing everything I they're not going to hire me everywhere ment.

Sept. 13 ton D. C. Office of Civil RIghts. offer to help the new director can so Starke can continue to They say Lake Butler Judge Murphree! ) dented' the
elated that recommendation/ day or two a week until the have a. plant." He added that and Gainesville are full five firms a newtrial In Circuit
8:00 P.M.Sponsored Head Start are
: that Bradford Applications 'meaning the Court in down their
was being made he was working closely with garment plants turning mo-
written. (These applications
County cease receiving new fed Pete Novak, manager of the there)." lion on Aug 23. 1967. In December -
By which the Head Start
eral funds' Supt. Casey said concern Bradford Chamber of Commerce. So ran the comments of em- 1967 checks totaling $60831,
Junior Woman's Club e programs In Clay. Union
Tuesday night the cutoff) ia apparently s and Baker Counties for the Tuesday morning Novak said ployees >as they faced their lasthours from four timber firms: Rayon-
Caking effect that he that a number of contacts have ier Owens. lllniis. Oilman Pap
Parents Especially summer of '69), are due in the of work lei a plant in which
Invited to Attend bad received a letter from the Annual Meet Saturday OEO's: !regional office In Atlanta been made (by the Chamber) most of the machines are now er. and Nelson Blocker were received -

(Florida Development Commission on Dec. 15.) but that they have not yet pro draped (In tho mourning colors by Tax Collector J. R.
stating that the county duced any results. "We're still of black white. '
Henry a resident of Ori*."'n or Kelly. .i|
Season Tickets school system .is not longer eligible Cove Springs has been with making every effort to Interest Big Dad Manufacturing Company That paid the four firms up to
to receive surplus property. Farm Bureau Week Industrial prospects In the Big
FOOTBALL CITBB since, it was organizedin Dad plant" he concluded.The In Starke has Just about date leaving only Container!\
- April of 16.( He first served come to a stand ltlU. And withsome
hjpt. Casey termed the allegations as deputy director and then company's parent plantIn ISO employes let out over Corp. still protesting the decision -
Lonnl Harley president of' Bradford County Farm Bureau Lexington, N. C., closed lat
On Sale Now made by the HEW general became executive director when the lust couple of months (including Container then owed the
$9 Reserved Scats counsel: : a pressure tactic to looks on as County CommkMioner Chairman Dave Shuford signs Tom Nollan reslgen from that week an editor at the Dispatch the 75 or morewho fln- county about $94.000 but $20.000

BUS 964-6640 bring the county school officials proclamation: making the week of Sept. 15 Farm Bureau week In the position in January of 1967. in Lexington: revealed In a )shed their work there within was released from the Registry
Interview Tuesday
around to negotiations. Thirty- county. Heney began h.'u: working Career telephone the pu.it week), the number of
Mrs. Lois Bennett five Florida counties. Casey The :350 Farm Bureau fa-mlllea In the county plan to make the !: in 1929 when he Joined the morning. However a company persons claiming unemployment of the Court at the request of
said. have admitted they have Sousa Band. In 1933 he became spokesman said that "negotia Collector Kelly and was appliedto
checks in Bradford County -
most of It by eating 720 pounds of chicken at their annual meeting.
for the sale
lions continuing
This contributed week.Li are
"done wrong" and said they director of music for the Tom has already almost doubled. the balance leaving it now at
to Saturday. Sept. 14. al the fairgrounds.At of both plants (and a warehouse
publicize eomninnity ,want to sign another HEW form Mix Circus. Then from 37 to Last Thursday, Sept, 5, 17 former $74,000.*
the the 350 members will elect officer' and directors tn Lexington: ) and the prospects
events bn The Bradford superintendent meeting, 43 he was a music' teacher in Big Dad employes filed unemployment
Editor latest action in the timber-
did not retreat from his stand and make plans. to Increase their number with a membenhlp drive. Daytona Beach and In the are good. Dispatch claims with Rich-

The that Bradford County's desegregation 'Gain and Maintain I III (the theme of the 1968-69 membership drive. summers dh ected the Daytona Fred O. Sink said ard Gallon, interviewer from the land dispute until Wednesday's
said there
CommunityState that Unofficially, appeal decision favoring) the
plan U working and for out'county Beach Municipal Professional! Unemployment Claims Division
"We want to gain a. many new members as we can one two reasons for the shut-
Bank the county school system !to In Farm Bureau but It Is moat Important that we maintain our Band. In the early 40's he down. The major reason Is too In Jacksonville The 17 new county: came this put July 3
compliance with HEW guide claims brought the total in when three a' the ContalleJ"
lines. strength from last year," Harley explained taught at Stetson and In 1943 much competition from Japan arms *
Hong Kong and Formosa. According Bradford County to between 33 Oilman Paper, and Rayon-
Attorney Pierce was instructed I In pointed out that agriculture Is Bradford County's largest industry was employed as manager of i
and'' 40, acordlng to Gallon.
Accounts now !nAnd to Sink a company
to draw on anewer to the petition and that the Farm Bureau !III the largest general farm organization Florida Stats Theatres Inc. buyer purchased a pair made- Gallon said Wednesday bathe ler, far the fourth straight year I

op to $14,000 byFederal generally denying eight of In the county the Male and the nation From 1949 to 1964 he was own- Japan work oanti In New expects to receive more new protested their 'assessments at

the 26 allegations made by the "With less. than four per rent of Florlda'ipopulalon! Ilvlnj on er-manager of a Western Auto York 1097 cents. Sink Con claims from former Big Dad a Board of Equalization bearing I

Deposit r..... HEW counsel: and j the farm, It In mont Important that everyone Involved join' together Store and lie joined CUBB in tinued. "A company spokesman employes today, Thursday, and All three requests for reductionwere

Principals teachers Firm Bureau have voice thai be heard alrl the material to make the then more next Thursday, the
Through we can 1966.
nee Corp. rejected."U.'t" .
other professional personnel u._ ___ --lw.
nave since 1965-66 been aligned I Harley concluded. (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two)


One Page Two Rn inpfn0 rt rrgrv TPIFflP"I'fI.: Timn/ FlAmm" TlIl'R DAT_ SEPT 12, 19B8,
---- -
-- --- -

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mrs. J, E. Wilson attended a to satisfy HEW on the civil flex will be open from 10 a, m. J. B. Rowe Services ford. included Ing in the collection box locatedIn
dale and daughter Bobbie Sue, I tea; Tuesday afternoon at the Plaza,
rights issue until moon or "longer If necessary Ernest O. Pa.vey. acting executive (Starke
arc In St. George S. C Tuesday home I of Mrs. Marcus\ Conant In Casey said the School Board ." Held Thursday /
director, extends ''an Invitation STATE ATTORNEYIS
to Thursday visiting Mr and Gainesville honoring Miss Jane should!' defend itself! and go His advice to thorn at Big tn! Jones to Bradford County residents I IMPROVINGState :

Mrs Oliver Murray. Richardson' who ,wlllibe, married .hrough with the hearing in. Dad is to "come In and file< as Chapel to ,visit the 'workshop. located Attorney T, E. (Ted)
Rex: Brown ot Miami and Saturday night to John Brown- Washington, D. C. "as long as soon as they're laid off."
at 4527 Lenox Ave and .
Gainesville, who suffered I
--- Wink KUkman of Greenvlle, N. J. B. ,Ben) Rowe. no, a former Duncan of
don't to the extreme. One of the major qualifications
eeNewbcrn's !go Bradford jailor died Tues- see how the handicapped- a .serious heart attack i
WE'reast] visitors Film
C Wednesday Studio New
The superintendent named the for< unemployment compensation
GLADYS MOOTY\ of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Finishing: Service 2 for 1. Color::: following po'nts', that should '''be /Is thai the individual. day morning In Bradford Coun able to train! and earn' while they last week is reported out of intensive t
ty Hospital He was born In Baker and steadily Improving .
Phone 964-7608 care
Brown. or Black & White. favorable to Bradford County: must have worked <,at least 20
County on Feb. 13, 1879, Mrs. Scarbro explained that the AlaChua General
Gene Pass. of Sandra and in
-- Sat and Mrs. Misses > Register -Forty-two cent of the Negro different weeks (generally fora
per and !had lived most of his life I
every citizen could support Good Hospital. He is the brother of
Fort Gordon, Augusta, Ga. are Jayne Hardy will leave Monday
Mr and Mrs. Robert Green Officers and directors ol First students here attended formerly firm that hires four or more in Bradford County, moving to I
will by depositing useable cloth- Duncan, of Starke.
G :
and Mrs. Eollne Smith were visiting Federal Savings & Loan AsSn? home on 26 days leave. for Tift College Forsytti.: Ga. ] white school; compared [for 20 weeks out of the year) Starke many years ago from K.

Mr. "and' Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of Starke. will leave Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby Mr. end Mrs. George; !Huggtns to the Florida average of 21 percent rd made ''an average wage of Lawtey.He \

,and family) in Sanford over the attend a convention, in Freeport of Gainesville were Sunday vlsl and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Taylor and the national average of $20 Oor more a. week. (Most em. To Enroll For
weekend. Grand Bahama Island. Those ,:, tors of Mr. and. Mrs. R. O.ansby. attended the Florida Extension 18 per cent' uioyi s at Big Dad made the minimum Church.was a member of the Baptist

Miss Phyllis Haddock returned attending will Include' Mr and ) Workers annual meeting at -That Bradford County pioneered wage of $1.60 an hour or

to her senior year at HighPoint Mrs. B. F. Mizell, Jr.. Mr and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper vis- Cape Canaveral over the week- Negroes in area athletic ftft'' a week! )) Surviving are two daughters CLASSES'

College, High Point, N. C. Mrs. S. O. Denmark, Mr. and ted Mr. and Mrs James Coo. end.Local programs.' According to Gallon, the benefits Mrs. Edith Biggs of Orlando, DAnCING

last week Mrs. E. L Matthews, Mrs, Ruby per in Chlefland Sunday after- admittances to Bradford: County summer schools are are based on the average any Mr Ruth Baker. Jacksonville -

N. L. Woodburn flew to Sara. Johns and,, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ooi\.nty Hospital this week Include totally integrated weekly wage with the minimum ; three sons, Claude Rowe,
noon.New film Service, 2 for 1- : Mrs Mary Campbell week. The umbra. Lawtey; Vernon Rowe, Jackson- After P- M.
sota Monday to( Wednesday of Roberts of Lake Bdler.Doyle -The summer swimming program being $40 a Call Mornings and
villa Gainesville
last :week on business.; [ Conner, of Tallahassee Color or Black & White, New James Er-gene Johns, Arthur E. was totally Integrated? last of weeks, that an :individual! can ; and Clyde Rowe.'
Stockton and Ian Reeves of and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ThomasJr. M'in's. Studio. .Adklns: and:!, Mrs. Eunice Par- summer. claim .benefits is ,based. on the ; eight grandchildren. PHONE 964.7098Winter's :
greatgrandchildren.Funeral !
Winter. Pack, ,are spendina two .,. of Float Lauderdale will Mr. and Mrs Paul Hawkins rlsh of Lake! Butler; Mrs. IreneS. There. is ''a Negro school 'number of weeks worked during
weeks with their grandparents Join the group in Freeport and: family of St. Louis, Mo. are : Jones of Hampton; Harley E. bend tiustee. four 'of the last, five calellldarqUIutel"l. services were field at

Mr and Mrs. N. L. Wcoduurn: Mrs. Merrill Edwards and guests several days this week cf : Starling of Graham; O. S. Collins The county school system The maximum number 11 a. m. Thursday In Jones Memorial of

while their parents are vacationing sons will ,visit Mr, and Mrs. Jerome Mr. and (Mrs. Titus Olson while \ Ralford; Mrs Mae Combs ''has moved Into areas of additional of weeks that an Individual can Chapel with Rev. W. A. School Dancing

in New York and Pennsylvania Edwards in Naples over moving back to Jacksonville.Gene Macclenny' ; Edward A. Roberts summer teachers training receive benefits la 26 weeks, Hogan. officiating. Intermentwas

the weekend.Mr. Ivey of Tucker. Ga. wasa Keystone Heights] ; Mrs. Ola Inez with workshops, etc. Gallon said. In Woodlawn Cemetery at 396 N. Cherry St. Starke, Fla.
with DeWitt C. Jones
weekend guest of Mr and Mrs. and H. T. Dent, Macclenny
Misses Bonnie and Janie Grlf- and Mrs James McNeelyof Brice Lawtey; -That. In' one case six White }? r3p1
fls visited !Mr and Mrs. Eu- Lake City visited her parents, J'. E. Hardy. and daughter, Janet. Mrs. Miriam Johns Mrs Mora students ride a bus with 44 Negro Crash Funeral Home In charge Dorothy Winter Salazar, Instructor

gene Grlffis in Lake Butler over Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Klondcs Mrs. Margaret Learn, students. '
the weekend. en. Sunday Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr, and Lawrence H. Gibson Mns. Ma- There Is a Negro science Rotarians Hear I _

New film Service 2 for 1 1- Mrs. Ruth Baker of Jacksonville daughter, Anne, were visiting mie Whltenack, Mrs. Laura teacher at Bradford High Injures Girl Safety Officer

Color or Black & While, New- and ''Mrs. Leslie Biggs of Mr and Mrs Bobby Welch In I Leach Richard B. Speed Hen- School. Two vehicle. collided on U.S

bern's Studio. Orlando were visiting! their father Crestvlew over the weekend..FSU ry LaPorte Mrs. Clara Ghent 0.. More has happened (to promote 301 two miles south of Lawteyon Lt., C. W, Saunders of the li'KGICN'S I' HOME OF
Mr. and: Mrs. Harold Bvnn-: Ben Rowe in Bradford Entering or returning' ,' Mrs. Purvis Brown Thomas integration) !here Khan I Sept 6 sending an ill-year-oU Florida Highway Patrol and a
next week! 'are Paul McLeod, Ritch Jr, and Mrs. Lola Bell
ham were in Palatka on Saturday : County Hospital over the weekend ever thought could) particularly Lawtey girl to the Bradford member of the Governor's
visiting Mr. and Mrs S, E, Patsy Hitchcock, Diane Adklns, Terrell all of Starke. as harmoniously as Ib has" (County Hospital for several Wqrhway Safety Committee, MEDICAREAnd
Branham.Mr Larry Williams Gary Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods of said was guest speaker at the Rotary ".
J, Roy Chasteen, Johnny Warren Supt. Casey days.!!
Harold Bowen Bobble Sue Live Oak and :Mr. >and Mrs. "
and Mrs. S. M. Simmonsof Stephen Smith and David Injured was< Debra L. Grlffia, Club Wednesday. Sick Room Home
3at>ksda.le. Beverly Charles Woods and family fLake
Richmond. Va. were visiting Penoyer will enter the Univer- one of three passengers in the The safety officer was high
Mrs. Bertha Pearce in Brad- sity oaf Florida on Monday Jimmy Douglas and Bish Blsh City were Sunday visitorsof l Big Dad \Worfeers[ rest Ford pickup: driven by in praise of the new Safety! lgl Comfort SuppliesSALE
Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. Woods.
ford County Hospital the flrat of Co-nlue: Chasteen has entered op.Mr. William Ezra Oault 61, a school !ation passed by the 1967 .I
N. Christy of
and Mrs. Coach Irving Lamb of Fort
the,. week. the eighth grade In the Belle bus driver from Lawtey. The Legislature and said it was a AND RENTALSWHEEL
Augusta, Ga. were last Friday Walton Beach Monday over- -
Barry E. Firth, of Starke. received Glade Junior High School. Ponder FutureContinued other vehicle! Involved was a great help! In cutting down the
night dinner! guests of Mr. and night guest .of Mr. 'and .Mrs. L. number
a Bachelor of Science degree Mrs. W. O. Godwin of Chagrin Mrs Carl Lamar Johns D. Vinlng. 1968 Ford sedan driven by Wll1 of accidents and fatal- ; CHAWSCRUTCHES BED PANS

'with a major in general Falls Ohio! will arrive Mon Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams Take your filmy where you Iam 1; Joseph Huff 40, of Los ities on the highways.The i INCONTINENTPANTS

business In :recent graduation visit her mother Mrs ( from Page One) Angeles Calif.According speaker was Introduced, .
day to New WALKERS
spent the weekend at Daytona got 2 for the price of 1,
ceremonies at Jacksonville Uni- to FlIP Trooper by Mayor Carl Hurst. I
Bertha Pearce In Bradford II .
Beach and attended the chrls- brrn's Studio. CANES URINALS
versity. He is the .son .of Mr. same pants in the United States Carson Turlington, ,both 'vehicles I
County Hospital; toning; of their grandson! Courtney Mack Williams Jr. of Suffern, would cost over a dollar." FOAM; CUSHIONS CERVICAL
and Mrs. Robert E. Firth. w<>traveling north on the In- Goodwill
Scot Flynn, In St. Jame'sEpiscopal N. Y. will spend the weekend The second official reason Is side lane of the highway. Gauli' I' COLLARS
Church at Ormond with Mr. 'and Mrs. Williams Sr. .
that the Lexington areas Is experiencing Birthday
was making a left turn and Huff,,
Mrs. Walla Llpsey. has returned
Bench on :Sun-day.: boom and has an
Mr. and. Mrs. Eddie Akridgeand to the home of her son-in- employee shortage.a Other plantscan who was left approaching skid marks from for the 136 Of Starke Outlet You Can Rely on Koch Drugs for

son spent the past three law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. rear
afford to higher
pay wages.
feet before the two vehicles col-
weeks at the Wynn cottage on Fester Slit Smith, after a Over the past two months thenumber lldllded Turlington said. The Goodwill Industries of NOI.thFlorida Precision, Quality and ServiceYour
,Silver Lake. month's visit with friends and is celebrating its first
of employees at the I local
right front of the sedan and the
Mrs R, S. Fox and daughterof relatives in Branford, Alachua, plant had decreased from "nlver'av of activity in Starke
Prescription. Will
left rear of the truck collided. this He Filled\ With Care atKOCH'S
Gainesville' were vlsltln 'her Lake City and GalnesvUle.Sclio'oI 150 to about 75, according to weekend.
The truck left skid marks for 22 DRI'fJ: ; STORE Fresh, Potent Drugs
\ mother, Mrs. lAnmio Hollings- r Manager Tucker. He said! that feet and the sedan left skid Mrs. BUah. Sca,-bro supervisor At Reasonable /
a Price. Filled Flit
1 worth on Tuesday.Mr. most( of the employees have madks for 194 feet after the at the North Temple Ave, by Register-/
.' and Mns. Willard Wynn Board boon women making the mini- point of impact. retail cutlet .paid, that Goodwill Pharmacist.\ t. At Koc h's 'Your Health' I is

and! family were 'in Anniston, mum wage of $1.60 and hour Damage to the truck was estimated wanted t to show it appreciation Our Main ('on cern. :May We Fill Your Next

Ala. ever, the weekend vlsittaz: and commented that most of at $200 and to the sedanat to th< people of Stirke Prescription?

Sgt. nod Mrs. Willard W. Wynn. them needed the work to earna $600. for supporting the ,program of
Sgt. Wynn la. stationed: at Fort' Fights Civilfights living. Huff was charged with travel- rehabilitation to the band'cap-' '! Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M.

I am deeply grateful to everyone McClellen. The plant was opened In Ing too fast for' conditions. oed and that special activities Sunday 10 A, M. 12 Noon
I Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C Beall Starke in 1951 after the Cham- will take place Thursday. Friday -
who supported me in a success- and son of Macon, Ga, wer vK- Case ber of Commerce helped organ Sheriff ReddishTo and Saturday.

ful effort to secure a seat on the itlng Mr. and Mis. J. L. Gentryover Ize a group of citizens Into the A sheltered' workshop for' the Koch Drug StoreFREE

the weekend. Bradford County Enterprises, Come Home handicapped is located In Jack ,
City Council. Take your films where you (Continued from Page One) Inc.. and this group( financed sonville. This serves 14 couatfes

not 2 for the price of 1, New- nate its dual I school structure the construction of the building.At .Next Week In Northeast Florida, Brad I ; DELIVERY PHONE 961.6757.These
Thanks IMTII'S Studio. that time the plant had I
,' and establish an Integrated unitary (Sheriff P. D -ReddISh who
j Mr. and Mis. Loring demonsof 22.900 square feet of floor
system. In 1953 it to entered St. Luke's Hospital( ,I
Clearwater' will visit their space. expanded .
w, P. T.. (Tom) NOLIN son-in-law .and daughter, Mr. -There are reasonably available 32,1)00)( square feet and In 1966 Jacksonville Aug.! 19 for hU sec-

and Mrs. pcte Noivak next ( alternative school desegra-' went up to 52.TOO square feet ond operation. In'' two months
Lion plans the county( could adoptto has had further' complicationsand
.. week and had employment capabilities Mustangs ..
more speedily and effectively of probably will not be released
about 300.( However No- .
Mr and Edwin Prevatt
< Mrs
convert to an integrated and unitary vak sa'fl' that he didn't think:! it until the middle'! of next
and of
: daughter Orlando were I
r } Dear Friends system. had ever reached its maximum week! his >office reported Wed-
: visiting Mm. Ed Prevail on Sat-
Respondent) has been asked have
nesday. .
employment potential.The
sy ; S' '' s w. I want |to thank each uiduy.Mr. ., to take steps ta eliminate Its Big Dad Manufacturing Both operations have been tot t H go.
and of for and Ms. W. R. Richard: dual school system by the 1 191!)<>8. Company, Inc, was founded in the ,removal of kidney! stones
k ,s everyone you on! were in Tampa, and St Petersburg ((19 term or If picblems arise .
C. and both fdom the
Lexington N. in 1909 by D. ( were sam
+ 4 t +
+ i' the wonderful vote
"ourave on business; over the by the 19ia-70( school but
w year
+ ? S. Siceloff Sr. father:! of the Irld.ley. The second operation At
i / me in the City weekend.Mr. '1as fall d to take such steps. present company president. II was performed on Sept. 2 and our prices you'can't

Election Tuei! day.I and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and -Ef orts: by HEW to secure has manufactured men's and was termed' a success.

s'' Mrs. Daisy Ferrymanvere\ voluntary compliance with Title boy's wearing apparel under ,Sheriff Reddish's 'room number
P + will continue work Wednesday night dinner guests VI of the 1064! Civil Rights:! Act the name brands of Big Dad, is 174.Youth. "

for and support the cf Mr. and iMra. Tommy Johns and HEW guideline have not Lt'l Dad, Happy Jim Cowhide!! saynNow !

thing* I hat are heft! for in Macclenny.Mr. je: n successful! Brand Western Jeans, andPonn'idM'S. 17 ,
Respondent schl.) district
and Mrs Ogden' Bates and
: : yon, t the people of has been and is 1 _
Mil and Mrs. Robbie' 8>>all3:<- pur- Editor Sink said that it Is a
Starke, as long/ uI, am were towing( West Florida over suing a p-.icy: md practice la family company with D. S Gets 5 Years

your Councilman. the weekend. violation of requirements if Slceloff, Jr. and hIs, two brothers Nea N/
I Title VI nnd the
regulations and the major stockholders. ''n S''E Case ifh
'r r Mrs. Sarah BaTten' of Atlanta: Y
..m .
In violation r'r S6t ? +r
: of corresponding + + .wwwa.rw.wwwnw.
-i ,
It is hard t to( find 01has been visiting her ,: a st
regulations:, of the other Federalagence.s John Pond 17, of Starke was ntaaaMloar
..i' \verds to express n.law, and daughter Cal!. aid ] 'rntoncpd to five
? my listed In the petition! Bills on Sent 6 two
\lrs II M. Hatcher Jr. the Spending
past Supt. Casey told the SchoolBoard veer terms (Ito run' concurrently)
gratitude but I want to say It in great to have two weeks. I
that If any changes In the after pleading guilty to a charge
friends like you. Bruce Jackson!' has entered Bradford school! program are of breaking and entering and to

I Florida( Junior College in Jack- needed, they should be-made "In !s Adopted II I II a charge of forgery I

Sincerely,. ion ville,, the interest of children and agood I I Pond was 'on 'probation Dar

Charter: Melvin. of Lake City education.." only question I writing a worthless check for
OKIE A. IVi(: INS I (Continued From Page One]I$r)0 to Thom Service
I' and Henry Bohannon of Palatka now. Casey said, is whether a Station on,
have been' admitted to student get education V. S. 301 north of Starke.
the Starke can a !good mission before It was finally resolved -

''Pd. Pol. Adv.) ,1 Nursing Home. tn a '''hltf: school! as small as. by the 'State ard of Appeal Pond's arrest brmiglit to six \ ,; '", '

WE. Casey said he Is not attempting of County Officers' Budget fire number of persons who have ,,,'c. +
to "cnlole" HEW by .*. been arrested on charges of -. ,, >' ... ?g. H"I' .aot' ',, _. x: ... .<<....,...... ... .
; ; -
suggesting! that RJE' might ,be Sheriff Reddish originally asked b-eakknar ''and. entering: during _) ........ ,......- ..,ft...,..U.J'< ,'
I closed 'and Its 400) students sent for an Increase of about $25- the past. couple of weeks. In _

? ndy's7emediesli lo Bradford, High but ,lie also 000 in 'his 1968.69 budget! for" sal- all, 23 cases of breaking and :

said the move might be enough ary Increases, new positions entering have been investigated : 1 '

and new equipment.The :
commissioners granted SERVICE SCHEDULE: ,

only a five per cent Increase -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH I

NATIONWIDESAVES I or ,about $4,400 above the J967C8 Ford CI..r ncptlCBd Big ford. itatt, ,
'", I budget of $88.363. Stark f that. ,low 5.w on optional' .quia-,. /
MONEY tam,too. ",
Sunday Mass 0:15 .
: : a m. ) 1< :
1 The sheriff appealed to the
Thursday Mass 6:30
: p m.
FOR state board which after hearing Miraculous k
Medal Novena: \
mVhcn in Tallahassee "attended by Saturday 7 p. m. ,. n '----, '_ Mustang \ I't.o'
the .sheriff and ,
all five commissioners
Confessions S
: p. m. and 7
granted only a $1,500 p. m. >. '
2CARFAMILIES. ""ncrease for the position of Tn our rock bottom" .r.| .,,
matron .nc. pap /lor Mulling Sly*
at'the jail in addition to the -ST. WILLIAMT3 CHURCH on optional. .quipcnnt too.

-i Increase! ''already given by the Keystone Heights.

> Commission. Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m

Thin. led to ,a $2.000 amend. and <>::00 a. m.Wednesday .
ment of the fine
and forfeiturefund
: Mass and Novena FROM $224800WHilE
Nationwide! can save you revenue 7 p. m.

real money, especially\ I

t !. you own two cars. Other I Big DadEmployees -ST. MARY'S' CHURCH
liberalized benefits' clsni I I
Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m 1
available if you qualify 'At Loss

in our nationwide search! THEY

I America.for the safest. drivers in lS[>Continued th. From Page One] COUNTY TOE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH

\ disaster strikes, I'm so thankful for my BILL POWELLPhone Ironically NBC 'news reported Published every Thursday

Wednesday that during! August at 138 W. Can 8t.,
savings account and the friendly people at First 064-6161 t raemploymeat< in the United Stark, Fla. 32091

Federal. 401 I W. Madison St. States hit i a 17 year low of
11 TO
Second class SELECT
3.5 per cent. And during the postage paid FROM'Terwillegar
Starke; Fla. pest week the Jacksonville'' at Starke Fla.

Timwt-Undon reported that the Subscription Rates:

Savings\ and] Loan ii.t:; ". ,, number workers in of the non-farm Southeast was salary up 'I I In trade' area: ".00 per

t' f ; 170.000 during; the past year ;year; $2.25 six monUu.

1 ......Ii.;, ,I Gallon Is in Starke each Thurs. Outside trade area: $U50per Motors,

)l1; +'nn -- --' day and told The Telegraph that year; $2.50 six months
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE he will extend his hours during

\ 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961.5000 Nationwide" Mutest' ,,,,. ('0.- the next two o rthre weeks to J:. L Matthew, editor and YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER IN ADFORO

Home Office: Coliimhiii.. Ohln. help these people Ills office, AND UNION COU'iTIESReason
I located In the Court House an puhJlahe1'I I

1 II



):., ::-: :':::-.==, ...wi.-,: :. :: :-= .= ,." ..... ," ., :-,-: : -:::-,,=:!ii : -:-.-. JI.:. :::-. .

. .

I BRADFORD 8TARKB.! F'IAIRHAt / Sect t on One Page" Tire will


I Gale Cronkhite r'Ceramics Course Boys HurtIn Meet SetTonight

! Weds Mr CrabbIn To Be Offered

I, BrandonThe n Starting Sept. 18 Fall OnDrainage about ,

,I marriage of Miss Gale The ,Stance Recreation De- sI From Truck J1
MOOTY Louise Cronkhite, daughter. of partment will resume Its ceramic -I

PhoM '84.7608I Philip Cronkhite of Jacksonville, program Wednesday, Sept. \ Two Starko teenagers were A joint city-county committee
and Irene Cronkhite: deceased, [ D1 18, with two sessions weekly in Injured when they fell from the meeting Is set at 8 p. m. tonight
to Claude Cairltou Crabb, son of 4 44 vt the N Temple Ave center ; back of the pickup In which' : (Thursday Sept. 121) In
Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. Christine Crabb of Tampa, (old armory). Morning sessions J they were riding at 12':13 a. m. the courthouse to .study thecounty' I 8YNANCrS
and the late Luther Crabb, was will\ be held each Wednesday Saturday on Stair Road 16 between drainage problem. FLOWERS

Board, Meeting solemnized Friday' Sept. 6, at from 9 till noon, and evening Oak and St. Clair Streets. Meeting together will be City TIIK WONDERFUL
'v Held 8 p. m.Rev. sessions on Thursdays from 7 ( InJuded were Tim Thompson, THOUGHTFUL GIFT ,
M1I. Po,, l lI ThursdayThe Councilman Nell Tucker, Gerald
Fred W Bailey brother- to 10 p. m. son of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamB. Tom inn
Williams and NoUn
Bradford County Hospital in-law of the bride, performedthe No fees will be charged for Thompson and Tom Rltch, Commissioners' Buck : We who are are parents can\
its first double-ring ceremony In the instruction or tools. The Recreation son of Dr. and Mrs. T. G, Ritch. NOI'man.1 thrill to the moment when onewof
'board held
Auxiliary AlvarezRobinsonMr. Jerome Johns, and Ralph Bryan -.
I DonaldL. + : Department will furnish' Thompson received fractured our small children walks in
fall home of Mr and:! Mrs 'ta a
meeting Thursday morningat CD Director Frank Williams i
with his 'hands behind his back
all necessary tools brushes, skull and sent t to the University I
Myers. Brandon was {
the hospital with Mrs. J. W 'j and Soil Conservationist -
and Mrs D. S Alvarez otStal'ke
iDr etc. and each participant will of Florida Med'cal' Center "I have some.c
Ritch presiding.Mrs. The bride, given In marriage + I Bill Haas. :
\ by her father, wore a floor I pay only for the greenware, ormoimcei the engage- Gainesville' His family ex-' thing for you"
Titus Olson gave a progress paints, and other ment and approaching marriageof him be released today A group of St. Clair Street I) '
length gamut of satin :brocade bisque, ceramics pects to he says, and
/ report on the Hospitality their residents forced to evacuate '
utilized. davghter.: Linda, to Joseph ,
with supplies (Thursday) I I
style bodice long
Shop and the treasurer their homes when hands us a ragged
Classes will begin Wednes V. Robinson, \son of Mr. Tom Hitch! is in Bradford Alligator oIo.
I nounced that $5 had been given sleeves and portrait neckline. BattenBaldreeMr. and Mrs. V. C. Robinson of Creek overflowed In the "flood" :! and crump'1". '.'
Her fingertip 'veil of net was secured day. Sept. 18. and Thursday, County Hosp'tal.! He received a .i
IJ to the BHS library to be led little! flower
> ., Sept. 19. Both men and women Brooker slight' concussion, cuts andabrasions which dumped nearly 15 Inchesof '. I
to circiiet pearl headpiece
( a .
and Mm. Earl R. Battenof "
J added to the memorial fund for It'a not th)
She carried aa orchid an- are invited to participate in The wedding will take placeat and his left arm and rain on the county has also "
Isabelle Simpson from the Starke announce the engagement gift It's the
the Pine Level Baptist Indicated will meet with q
this program. leg were broltCll.POl.ce they ,
1 Auxiliary. chored with ribbons en a. white J and approaching marriageof ) thought, we say.
"Ceramic products make Church on Sept 20 at 8 p. m. tM committee.
Chief Bobby Biggs said
Bible. there '
their daughter Linda, to Robert And !is no1'
1I A letter was :read from the wonderful Christmas presents, All friends >and relatives ore The met both the '
"They Just bounced out. That's group c'ty "
Mrs. Edwin P. Bailey of Kalamazoo > J, Baldree, son of Mr and I better way than ..by giving some
I .. Hospital board of directors Mich.. sLsten of the Mrs. Bobby D Baldree of Green so you should begin now," says invited to attend.Farewell all we know." council and county commissionlast one flowers. The most' treasured-
thanking the Auxiliary for services bride, was her only attendant. Cove Springs Recreation Director Gene Ray- Driver of the inr.8! Ford Pick week requesting a drain- presents! of all shut-Ins is a beau
I rendered the hospital i She wore 'a dress of yellow, crepe A November wedding is plan- burn. Party up was Herbert Michael: Mitchell age study and action by both tiful and' thoughtful floral gift. .
I anu also the fine equipment re and carried a bouquet of yellow- I son of Mrs Odessa Mitchell, groups to better assist person The of flowers "
I language Is BIt.
Miss cently The food carts'forkeeping Fitn'ssClasses For McRaeMr.
Jane given. Beverly
Guy ned.All in emergencies in the future.
food hot from the tipped. carnations. friends and relatives areinvite.d Physical Cherry St.. and Buford Mitchell, old as mine-and they still say'
To Archie Crabb of served Orange St Investigating: officer something we find words can'texpI'ellS.
Wed Tampa
Oct. 25 to attend .
I kitchen to the patient, are now To Start and Mrs. R. M. McRae
as his brother's best man. Billy! Overstieet charged Mit- "
in use Following the wedding cere- At Old Armory gave a farewell party for their chell with reckless' driving. NOTICEI "Say it with flowers," you
The General Meeting will be daughter, Beverly, Satm'dayaftel'noon
Mr. and WadeHawkinsEngagement
Mrs.James Frederick ,
can't it
. beallt1-
held In the say more
mony a reception was any
at the Carl. Johns cot- will not be responsible for
of held the fourth Monday of this RUBBER STAMPS and
Guy Gainesville are ''announcing hilly
Myers home which was decorated 0. K. ladle here is
ToldMr. your tage on Klngsley Lake Beverly debt other than own.
the engagement 'and, approaching month at the Methodist Fellowship Pads.- Bradford County Telegraph any my
with flower arrangementsof opportunity to retain (or get '
leaves Sept. 21 for FSU. Hazel: Hall Young. 2tp -9-19
Hall. Instead of the third Ph nftl-8305.
at! their
marriage 4
Monday due to a change of gladiolas asters and /greenery. and Mrs. Glenn S. Wade. : back) that school girl figure The 35 teenagers enjoyed
daughter, (Miss Jane Elizabeth
The serving table in the dining'! and have fun while doing so,"
Guy, to Thomas Bryant Mc- plans. All future meetings will of Starke announce' the engagement swimming, boating, sklllng,
be held in the Fellowship Hall. room was covered ;with a yellow of their daughter. Glenda savs Recreation Director Gene hamburgers and hot dogs during -
Bryde iof Cincinnati, Onto
son New members voted on were cloth overlaid with an antique Carolyn to Herbert: C. (Tex) Ray burn. the party hours. Out-of- 'II'
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,.
McBrydeof crotcheted I The Starke Recreation De-
Mrs. Wm. Burgess Mrs. J. G. Hawkins nI, !SOn of Mr and town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Columbus. Miss. Caldwell, Mrs. Harry Mooty from the ,bride's grandmother Mrs. Herbert. C. Hawkins Jr., of partment will provide physical Dewayne McRae of Jackson Selectionsare
The wedding will take place and Mrs C. K Mrs. Minnie Adams of Allegan, Tallahassee.The exercise classes for women ville. I
Friday" Oct. 25 at 8 p. m. in I Fuqua.It stalling 24.
Mich. The three-tiered wedding Tuesday Sept. In
wedding; will be anent- Assisting serving were Mr.
voted to
was contract for
the First Methodist Church in
cake was surrounded by green Morning and evening classes end Mrs. Jimmy McRae, and
Gainesville.Miss new TV's. to be placed In the of Saturday, March 22. great. y
hospital lace fern and decorated with Miss Wale is a graduate of will be held. Mi and Mrs. Carl Lamar :
Guy graduated from rooms. The morning class is set each
yellow roses and wedding bells. Bradford County High School Johns
Gainesville High School, received Mrs. Rltch welcomed Mr Mss! Sally ,Adams:! of Allevpn' Tuesday from 9 to 10 a. m.,
and received her bachelor's degree
an AB degree from Wesleyan Saunders as the new administrator and will be taught by Anne,
Mich., cousin of the bride, regis-
In nursing at FSU. She Is Home Economists
College in Macon, Ga. and of the hospital Mrs. tered guests. Miss Martha Cronk Miller The evening class,
:has taught school in West Palm Ritch also<; urged that each hite of Kalamazoo, Mich., Miss Memorial now employed- Hospital at ,and Tallahassee residesin taught by Jeanl) Loper, will be. Invited To TeaA '

Beach for the past two years. member bring a prospective AIda Cronkhite of Jacksonville, Tallahassee.Mr. held each Tuesday from 8 to 9 Fall Fabrics
Mr. McBryde received his BS member to the next general p. m. '
sisters of the bride, and Mrs. i Hawkins is a graduate of tea will be held Sunday
degree In Mechanical' EngineerIng meeting. Mr. Saunders agreed Charles Allen of Tampa, sister' Leon High School 'and Is now No charge will be mado for Sept. 15, from 3:30: to 5 p, m
orient the
from Mississippi State University new members Into of the bridegroom, assist'd with in his senior at FCTJ. He Is there programs which will be at the home of Mrs. CatherineMullins
In State COllege Miss. the! services! required by the serving punch o.id wedding caketo a -member year of the !Air Force held in the Recreation Depart- iH32 S. W. 11th Ave.. .
and is a member ROTC, Arnold Air Society, and
order., He is now employedby Refreshments were served Following a brief -honeymoonthe Sigma Chi fraternity.HagarHarrell. For further information, call I home eccnomlsts in thl . savings
General Electric: :In Cincinnati during the meeting. couple will reside at 8005 I 964.6792. area are invited to attend this

Ohio.Nursing. Taliaferro Ave., Tampa., - .-
affair sponsored bv the Cent -
room of the Garden Restaurant Stork Shower, ,; l--Florida Home -Economics t\( ( plentiful.

Council There were 15 members pres. St. Mark's Women Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hagar For Mrs. Sumrall l\I>lIn.

Luncheon Meeting ent with Mrs. Clair Capps, pre Plan DinnerThe of Bcooker: 'announce the engagement CARD OF THINKS; ,,
siding. The new Public Health and approaching marrlag Mrs Denton Sumrall was surprised The recent bereavement which

The Public Health Nursing Ad- Nurse Mrs. Judy Glennie, was Women of St. Mark's !' of their daughter, Linda, Monday night with a has visited our home has E
visory Council held luncheon to William 'M. Hairell. son of stork shower' church
a Introduced and also a visitor, Episcopal Church held their given by brought to us a greater appre
meeting Monday In the Pecan Dr. Mildred Ward First fall meeting Monday nightIn Mr. and Mrs Malcolm Harrellof members in the annex of the station of our friends. Such

-- the Parish House with Mrs Brooker. Madison Street Baptist Church. kindnesses and neighborly
r- I Herbert Thomas as hoste&s. The wedding will take place A pink 'and ,blue color schemewas thoughtfulness can never be
21 at 8 in the Brooker carried out In the party deer
Mrs. Kenneth Grider presidedover Sept. p. m. forgotten.-The family of HollLs
1 the meeting and Mrs. Baptist Church with a reception aratlons. Plced at points of interest Knight.
Thomas gave the devotional.Mrs. following In the Breaker were planters made, with
OPENINGSATURDAY George Winkler told of Comnvunity: Center I' baby ABC ,blocks The refreshment
the items purchased for the All friends and relatives are table was covered with, a I THE SOUTIISIDK; I
church from the James Black- invited to attend. white lace outwork cloth over CHURCH OF CIIJUST
shear memorial fund. They pink linen and centeJ'edwIth- I 1I
were two silver Alms small! storks and SEPT. 14th Little
a Pascal candlestick,Ba80ns'l. Women cal bassinet. Invites YOUTo

; crystal cruet Start New Season ,The gift table was covered I ..
Opening Special Classes In Altar with a pink and blue decorated Hear
' will be held during October I Members of the Little Wom- cloth, and centered by a tall

'I LP RECORD 2.25 with Rev. J. Thomas Staab and en's Club met Monday night' (for stark THE GOSPELOF I .
Mrs. Winkler in charge. I their: first: fall meeting with Approximately 40 friends called PMs .
Mrs. Grider announced that Evelyn ,Sinclair presiding Mrs. .during the party:, hours. CHRIST .
LA TEST45'S the Women of St. Mark's will :G. T, Huggtns gave the devotion. I
have a turkey dinner Thursday .
Miss Della Rosenberg gave an Recent BirthsBradford s .
Oct. 17 from 5:30: to 8 p. m. in interesting discussion on parliamentary 8:30: Sunday Morning
-. LP'S TAPES the Parish House with Mrs. procedure during: the WPXE Radio Dial 1490!) .
Clyde Terwlllegar: general program. County Hospital an I r .
chairman and Mrs. Martha the births
I THE Hostesses for the evening were Service
i Moore, chairman of sale of Mr and 'Mrs Kervle Henry Worship .
Evelyn Sinclair Ginger Baldwin
tickets. The money derived Mombasa, Starke, a. son, Keith Sunday, 11:00: A. M. .
an1:! Cindy; Strickland. .
i from the dinner will be used to Henry, Sept. 6. Bible Study-Sunday .
air condition the Parish House I I BIC FENS. Ball Point Refills Mr. and Mrs. James, Nathaniel 10 A. M and 7 P. M. .

STAND Rev. Staab dismissed the Bradford County Tele llalltird..: Lake Butler, 'a son, 3 Mi. South on U. S. :301 I .
meeting with "A Thought for graph. Dwight Adrian, Sept. 7.
the Day," after which refresh.
I Jf r.'T.
menu were served by Mrs ns> r '

130 N. COURT ST. STARKE Thomas

with <>r without carbon .-
Bradrora County Telegraph.

FOR EATING OUT PLEASURE at jewas e Ideal weight for dresses, suits or skirts I I f

a Nuase 4 V Pleats and tailors beautifully. Needs no .

--- -- -- sheath lining. Rayon-acetate facing is bonded .

Y'Cv ,.. I to 100% acetate. It's crease resistant and washable. :
tea I
Bring The DIAMOND Newest Fall solid colors. ..


Choice of Avril-rayon and cotton ultra :
FAMOUS BRANDS multi-purpose ;.. .
blend or 100% cotton broadcloth Springmaid prints. 69

Dad treat Mom and the Kid to Needs little or no Ironing. 36" width. dSPRINGMAID .

Dinner out, with plenty of Good J 17&21JEWEL
Food Fun. Our Menu is
Family .
Kodel and combed with durable '
Pre-cured cotton i

set to suit every taste, with Special Menus for Children. Enjoy our Pleas- : MEt'S'! press ,finish for permanent smoothness. In fashion 8 8' "d :

ant Atmosphere, and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes! LADIES WATCHES colors. 44/45" width. :.


Try Our Delicious Buffet ULIPA Beautiful selection of floral prints in fine cotton. fj W :

SERVED DAILY <- $$39.95 to $1988 i Colorful selection of wash-fast colors. 36" width. y d. :

LUNCH DINNER t fs $$59.95 values i : .

BUFFET TWO VEGETABLES BUFFET l 4: -I I I Heavyweight duck cloth of Avril rayon-cotton blend. $ @! 0

11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 P. M. to '" GRUEN-WALTHAM-HELBROS & OTHERS Newest solid fashion colors, machine washable: 11
2 P. M. 9 P. M. 44/45" width. :


$$1 25 TEA $$1 75 : t Sport all watches types of, dress bands.watches These name in many brands styles are, II I SPRITIGMAID RACQUET FABRIC \ :

COFFEE 4,> backed by decades of superb styling and Pre-cured Kodel combed cotton blend with durable t2jBltn; :

excellence in quality. All watches come press colors.finish for lasting smoothness. 44/45"Striking width.solid Jd .- f f

DAT! | !in gift boxes. Come see this fabulous I

AUTOMATIC collection come save at Carps! j I I

= *



\ t

. .. '" '.

.-- .

$. Om Fmcn' Four\ II1U1)JI'01tP"nn'IfN'rY'1'm'.1I:11fti\1"I1.: BTARHW. PW1III1R THURSDAY...'_ ; SgPT. 121999'' -
-- --- -
-- -- -- -- --- -- --- ----- -
--- -

/h'Jamboree. Hampton Elects'


Tornadoes Play 0-0 New OfficialsHampton ''.;;,: I .-

With Oca/a/ Palatka/ as and a two result new has of City Tuesday's a new Councilmen mayor election {If'[I'., S., E E I.: .J. '

which brought 47 of the '
Never getting the offense off used only three In the scrim An Ocala punt return of 40 I. town's 60 registered voters to I
the' ground the Tornadoes of mage. yards was the biggest gain netted the polls. I
Coach David Nurse didn't win Defense was the bright spot all night against the Tornado
In two quarters of play in the for the Tornadoes and Hurse defense. George Turner returned There were no announced
pre-season Jamboree in Gainesville declared himself "well pleased"with the Belote punt to the candidates for Mayor and Rob-! .
last Thursday Sept. 5. his Tornadoes' In that de BHS 22 before being brought I ert Cutehens' who received 14writeIns : '
for the office I THE.
But an experienced defense.I partment. Ocala moved the ball down. Ocala quarterback Keith votes .
whlch.Jiad little practice to that on the Tornadoes a little In McNeal followed with a quick: declined to serve since he la a
point in preseason preparation -, the initial period of the Jamboree eight-yard pass to Steve, state employe Ernest Green
showed its worth as the but Hurse was also play- Schmidt at the Big Red 14. I Hampton auto repair shop owner -
Tornadoes stopped Class AA Ing quite a few boys at new Buckling down, the Tornado' was runner-up with seven ." ..-.
write-ins and has agreed to fill
Ocala and an always tough Pa postt.ons. held down the Class AA teamto
the office. Incumbent T.
latka eleven in two scoreless' Tornado ends were taking Mayor
three yards In three trys
J. Alderman was not a candidate I I
quarters. an inside rush against Ocala,
then on an end around attempt for re-election.
Coach Nurse was obviously but that has been worked on tossed Ocala for a four yard ,
disappointed in the Tornado offense -' this week and the BHS coach loss and forced a punt. The three Councilmen elected .. .
last Thursday night but ".3 confident that our ends will were D, E. Hill (incumbent), 1.969
much Tuesday, well" Unable to move tne Ball Be Roy P. (Pat' Glover and Edward .
wao develop exceedingly out '. .
lote punted the Tornadoes
Saxon. Glover and Hill
films of the jamboree
after seeing The coach has special praisefor 15- .1'
to the 49 yard line and a who were announced candidates :
play. the offensive guard Joe yard clipping penalty shoved,
received and 24 votes
"Our offense was marred" by Green a newcomer and for Ocala back to Its own 36. respectively while Saxon was I) :... .
'broken assignments flume the defensive work of quarter by Brave quarterback Hollls elected by three write-ins making
said. The Tornadoes also and had back Bill Belote, a deep man. Playing to the second deadlockup him the only man ever .
practiced only four plays four first downs and made
elected to office with a totol
oroJ:... ..-. ""' only two. Most of the yardage of three votes.
given up came on wide sweeps 1,
When You Use An Andrews Charge 1 with Palatka Tornadoes gave: Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath was
for the of I
unopposed position
Account ; !'- the Tornado ends;
._4 Tinsley as City Clerk and received 38
Your Prescription Tax Recordsare went for the inside rush. votes.
Kept For You By Us BHS' Belote did hit for two,I Incumbent Marshall R. Hi
first downs on aerials to Bonnie
Parker also unopposed, poll- I
Andrews DrugsFor Orlggs and Adrian Brown.A ed 35 votes.A .
S third pass was completed to brief meeting of the new t
Font Delivery Dial 964-7170 Cl rlS Willie Cohens.Grigga Council was )held following tabulation ,
.4 playing saftey, :Inter of the vote Tuesday cHEVROLET, I
cepted a Brave pass with IS I lI'ht.
seconds left In the period. j ;
"We well against I
always play ,
OPEN LETTERRalph Palatka" Coach Hurse com- !
mented after the when I
game BHS gym. II ,
his assistants watcMng from It will be followed by two
the press box told him his Tornadoes -
quarters of scrimmage play by ,
Digs, principal of Bradford County High '
played well on defense. the Tornadoes In an, Intra--
School has released the following open l letter: Week's Practice squad contest. Only two quarters -I' ,
Practice this week has been will be played in an effortto
mostly to correct mistakes avoid the- !injuries which ,:'
Dear 'Student: which became evident In the have plagued the Tornadoes. f TRUCKS .
It cost your parents and the people of jamboree. Hurse did have Parents of both the* varsityand I
this community and state in the neighborhood praise) for tackle Allen Crawford Junior teams are Invited according ,
and guards Steve Crawford to Coach Hurse. r
''of$3,600 for teachers, buildings and other expenses and Ralph Morgan for "w.4w, "
iv for y schooling! through the twelfth their blocking In the weak side .
y grade. of the Tornado offense last IF WE DON'T HAVE IT I tt
Thursday.But we'll get It for you. Office I .
It is, in their opinion, the best invest. he worked his players on Supplies. Furniture Equip:
went they ever made. A high school education ,.. punt coverage which he said ment. Bradford Count;
will increase your lifetime earnings by was very weak In the jamboree, Telegraph. I II 1
$30,000 over that of a boy or girl who finished Both offensive and defensive I 1:
the eighth grade. have been stressed.
First game with Baker County HEALTH FACTSIt's
Finishing college increases your lifetime High Is next F'ridaySept.\ .
earnings by another $44,000. 20, on Bradford Field. ", a fact that countless
thousands have been restored -
The boy and girl who studiies hard and Program Set to health by Chiropractic 1

becomes expert through self development' care, even after i
ways earns much more than those who do Friday For other methods have failed.

only enough to merely "get by." Why don't you take the ,.

Grid Parents short cut to health and con ,
Your parents, the citizens of your community ....-.....1. .... i
sult ChiropractorFirst.
supcrintend ; and.... .. !; your I
your ntivprincipal a ..., ...\
teachers are counting on you to be a great The annuaT'pre-aeason Pair It wllf'save hot. t'ui? ...xIL's i "__.. eltr. 'etip.. -- __
ents" Night adress rehearsalfor .. .
time and money. Phone
student and to become great future citizen. .1.
a the parents of Tornado footballers u
him today for an appoint
We are all working for you. Please help us where safety precautionsare
help you to make this for you a great learn- explained Is set this Friday ment. t

ing year... Sept. 13, at 7 p. m. :In the I
Sincerely yours!' ,


For Back to TIME

School Needs?




: : :

Come See Us!

,q, We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile

T. Purpose

$25.00 TO $600.00 I

h 1t : ..

t 226 TOWN N. Temple FINANCE Ave. COMPANY Phone 964-7449 .

k f x6' BIe iClwt'f t Kr'
88:! MUST GO !

.,t,,, NEEDED



the exciting new AUTOMATIC ., .,


Just DIAL your comfort! FULL TIME WORK


now gives i you amazing

APPLY / / ,
The golden louver ia the !Boor heat outlet are motor driven to I, d / 4Us
rotate back and torfh tweeping the heat over the !floor. All new
In performance,styling and exciting colors, thia new SIEGLER. GREEN COVE SPRINGS
frvea you a new dimension in heating comfort. See it coon! I
301 xORTU PHOHB: 96 -7500

Reynolds Industrial Park

COMPANY' (Old Green Cove Navy Base) You First Keeps Us First
434 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827 i


l't NISdMtn

. .
__ . ___ .
t tI I
tI I I
J THURSDAY, SEPT, le.196&. 1Im.1I'OBD. xiikNTr..mjcnwArn: WTAIUCTJ.! runmnv ., Ilee! I loe<,One!r.rl_Tt'"flv,*.1 ,(I

.... I
rI I''

+ 1 I ELECTRIC "" Inc. : ,',. f I... '

% J ...,
I ..:;...: I i

t '',"; A
: ,.:' 't V .*:
,. .'f..;

'..}:., :"; .:.. I
MARATHON ,; 1'.; r rli
': ,, ,..
;; /. tint
i i rr..

; (I' OPEN: DA Y and: NIGHT for 36 HOURS : e)'H; .. ,.-A.rno...a.I...


: : .., ,. ,,;;
72 AmJAIKBMustfeSil 1 .. -
t. \\1':; -
NOTICE I' : ,:. ; .

(ADB I :'.' Elti lIL( ) We' Have Just Unloaded I d ',' I : .,

'. 3 The Bigg Shipment If You Plan Buying a.New'Appliance, <

'W'" '

; Two/E-lfijIH'i Of Television,,Stereo, \Washers; During the Next 6 Months You e:,''''. ,;

.' For'36 Hours Dryers and Dishwashers in Owe It to Yourself to Buy Npw .,

DEAL'OF YOUR LifE -- SEE US NOW, The History of Our Company mm During This!Big 36-Hour MarathonBUY


p BUY BUY ]P t>>

E COME IN AND MAKE US AN OFFER-If You Can't Buy During This Sale... E
Give Up, Because .It's. Impossible' No Reasonable Offer Refused



NOW. .Fine'Furniture Maytag

D ,; A Styled. .Full, Quality WASHPOWER D. '

THE Automatics



7 ++rlo ii ZINC STEEL :.:-
"1'/ I" Makes The r Model,A80G -:":'
r 1 Quality 22 Dryers Must Be Sold! Modet D606

N Gas;: or Electric !Models to N;
23" COLOR TV Greater operatingdependability LIKE!
Choose from! .
DIAG. 29 BARLOW OA30-34 stl HAVEn
D Beautiful Crnilrmporary styled I,! compact console. t !7/ ,, Low Heat High Air.Flow
In grained Walnut color, or In .nlned-Mahogaly. > ,{1'+' '
: Color. Picture Tab, ,Patented color.Sunshine Color yr. ;' 3 S. ARRANrvY.,' .'' 1 rD.modulator r .-
Circuitry Super Video Range % y vu4 j *4 > I 41 :
** **f '49.'tSSZ3nH"
Toning Syitenu & 'J"'V ** *
\ !"rM. uM< >
1 f\ WftW 1* tfl I*'**MM* M JM40M! *v'I1TRADEIN 4
12"I l Portable TV Y'r"+MM '.p MMhMhY we I,ry y '
?:: f L', r MdY M r .MI. 1 t t 1 /A r ''I "
The BERKELEY *Z1105 +
t i
SENSATIONAL LOW PRICE The Companion Series l lI
1' pact Lightweight molded cabinet wiper flUb coin: TO BUY I OUT OF .TOWN '' I + rt! ',
a' tined In clean modern .r'
rectangular Une Char..B BUYERS n+rmta
coal Brown with Light Tan 1
+ color. Beige color with t CALL US COLLECT FOR A DDAL.
1H ; White color: BRING YOUR TRUCK

: r .u .
% ,4
The long low look of Danish Modern Distinctive net In oll-flnlihed Daalsh Walnut Modern veneers styled. cabl and BRADFORD i f'M' '!N If" fi' r '"" dr, .''M f
fine-turniture st featuring pled l hardwood solids with Manddlrectlnx J
T Pivotal Louvers doors! doors. UNION'AND' ? }
Stereo Precision.. Record Chanccr. WE ,
Separate bane and treble control CLAYCOUNTIES .4i' rlr / }

WINKLER'I 'ELEQRIC. I Inc 234 PHONE N. TEMPLE 964.7596 AVE.FI OWN OUR CE, OVER' 36YEARS -+ .pu.vl tfau4'F1! y 4 '._ ...4 t.,_ _ire... 's. ar- ..

,EHRED i ,



I scribed the man, as "one of Un r Sept. 5. views and feelings about the the Liberty Amendment which
Searches' To
FOR SALE 2 Union County ion County's ,biggest tobacco Chamber Remedy I I -Heard; i"ildIat.,e,' Political I L l appointment to the U. S. Supreme proposes to take Federal Government -

BY SEALED BIDS growers, and a successful farm Action ana Government Affairs Court of Justice Abe out of private business
The property known: as the er." I Big Dad Plant Closing Here 1 Committee Chairman T. O. I Fortes and about the failure of and thus eventually eliminate -

Jacksonville J1W Repeater Station Mrs.!! Yarborough and her Rltch urge members to- write government to make the promised the personal income tax,

located on West Market Deaths Apparent ch' dren had wored for Welch In Several prospects are being! my Peek, Bill Epps. Don Hill members. of Congress their outs In .spending according to the Chamber Board

Road in Starke Florida, Lot his,! tobacco operation! for several contacted by ttit Bradford Mac Baldwin and Wayne Whit- Dr. Ritch also talked about I minutes.

size is 70 feet wide by 120 feet i y oars although they had lived County Chamber! of Commerce fen. '" ....-0_
deep. Sealed bids: to purchasethis on the place only a mouth or to reopen B'g Dad Manufacturing Forty-sbt new members and,
property' should ,be for- Murder Suicide two. Members of Mrs. Yar Plant or open a nsw plant $1.370 In membership dues re
/warded to American Telephone bot o-ugh's family the Fippa, here; Chamber President Way sulted from what Membership TERWILLEGARMOTORSwecomes
who live on Lester Johns roadIn ne Whtffen told his Board of Committee Clyde Terwillegai
-, An 'apparent murder-sulcids Welch came to her trailer, and Bradford County had worked Governors last Thursday Sept. termed, "a most successful
Don't Be In eastern Union: County Sunday I| told her she! had' a ccuple, of ior Welch for many years In his 5. membership drive." Winners of

night took the lives of Charles I tek-plune calls and she returnedto f.i' mlng' operatlor Whitehead. Dr. Whiffen announced the the prizes were Gus Kopelousos,
O. (Charlie) Welch, 54, prosperous the hojse w.th 'him. said. : closing of Big Dad at the gold telephone and ashtray for
DECEIVED : Union County tobacco Abot! < ttst.:i minutes! lat"r, the Funeral Services Board of Governors meeting of selling most new memberships;

!Grower and farmer,., and Rosa Yarborough child.;:':+,en 'heard their Services for Welch 'a native the! Bradford County Development !: Mac Baldwin and Wayne Whif
Ity Advertised Prices I Lee Flpps Nettles Yarborough mother screaming': "Dan't ot Waldo, were held ,at 2 p. m Authority last WednesdaY.' fen derringer lighter' and ashtray -

Total cost of contract IH ,iO: mother of three small daughters Charlie, d:n't," and the oldest rte:''slay 1.1 the New River Baptist Spt. 4, to discuss! the problemof and Clyde Terwillegar! and EDWARD VICKERY
what you actually pay. Gel ghl ian' U<:l Tie house, where !' Church. Hs-!! is survived ,by the lost payroll and the 150 Bud MJzell.! ashtrays.
the REAL: FACTS before she found Welch: starting: over Jobless from Dad. In other! action the Chamber
Our I Although an autopsy;: rtfporl' two sons, John: F. Welch, of Big I
you sign. payments are has not yet ,been received Union \ iborcuBh! with 1.38 Oaiii-ivlllc, and Donald, IS I The Chamber Board also was Board:
from fit to 915 per month I pLjtol lu''a bedrcorn of the home. told by Agriculture Committee .y w
less, with the Buiiia down S'leriff John Wh! head said Welsh who lived near his Lather I Ervin Andrewsof .4r
payment land number of II yesterday he had an a re-witneag Welch told tae Child! to leave : two sisters M.'s. Grace Chairman George Hugglns Andrews Drugs to the Bradford J'

months. to ff cent description of the doublo tragedy or he would kill her mother and Lewis, Plant City, and: Mrs county agent, the second annual County Development.. Auth
bank flliunrlnir.pay No per/lililileurhargeM. from Mrs. Ya.-borough's':, 12- the girl' ran from the room, Ethel Norman, Barlow; three Calf! Scramble 1> let for Saturday ority. Hl- wnent term expired '

Ten lop inunufucurrrn year-old daughter' Phyllis. He hearing a shot filed before she bother: Homer A, Welch Lake Oct. 19. Members'of the ,
reached the porch. She looked Finance and Rules committeenamed ,,1c' :
represented. described! It as undoubtedly mur Butler and Ton and Aubrey FOR SALE :
.I der'-sulclde. through! u window and saw Welch both of Plant City. for the LOW Welch shoot himself In the head John Torodi, Bud Mizell, Loyrea .
services ,
Mrs. Yarborough' divorcee, cocomi&s! chairmen; Foster The property known as I ., .
OVERHEAD I \Inher\ children occupied a with a .12 gauge Shotgun. Yaiboiojgh will bo:! held at 2 the Jacksonville. J1W Repeater I
Shi I 1
I Sheriff Whitehead said that Smith, Zedra Hamilton, Jim- ; it..f1 .
trailer on Welch's property p. m. Fi lay: at Pine Level Bap- I station, located on ". '.
about 50 to 75 yards from the Mns. Yarborough lived a few list Church with burial in De- West Market Road In ;'->.1""
Doe It! home where he lived alone. I minutes after being shot! one dan Cemetery! near Brookes.She F. Flpps of' (Lester Johns Road; Starke, Florida. Lot size Is 1 /;%
time In the head. The taj; of Is survived by three two Misters Mrs. Vlrgie Mae 70 feet wide ,by 120 feet /1-\,1,
The Owners According to Information revived Welch's skull was ,almost blown daughters Cheryl Lee Yarborough Doawdy' Brocker; and Mrs Cathy deep. Sealed bids to purchase .tt, ,
Dad and'nrud- by Sheriff 'Whitehead' : off .by the shotgun' blast and ha and Phvllls! am' Mae RIchardson Lake But- this property should t..I''.

Drive The Trucks. M-s. Yarborough attended eve- died insta-tly.: Whitehead: sad.: Elizabeth: Nettles, .all of Lake ler: and three brothers, JohnR. be forwarded to American I 'JJ.J.'f,

ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY dug: services at Pine Level Bapisf Phyllis then halted!! Belaml I II Butler; her mother Mrs. Vn"ali ., Irving, and William L. Flpp I Telephone and' Telegraph i 1' c!
Church west of Starke, I Johns and S.er-r: Moody who all of Lak Butler. Company Right) of Way j I ,

I shore. she was a memb-r ant:! happened; by the: home and ...- .1T' Superintendent, 100 Edger .{r ,
8 10 12 WIDES lt1M"b
arrived home around 8:20 p. m they notified tie: tariffs oif T'I wait: Averse Atlanta
I ce'l I ', ,'
!/, BATHS .
Georgia!! 30303. with fie en- : '
Atii' lecelvcd the call about 8: ) NOW IS THE //1'/
AND EXPENDABLES TIME TO START velo! ';a> marked' : "Jac'f1' a.: 1 ;;;",I/'J'I
and Telegraph C'nmany: : Rls" p. tn I' ville JIW >
Sealed '
of Way Superlnter.Je.it.: : 100 I Whitehead said motive for thn YOUR FALL PLANTING and, postmarked- Bid: i'loJ'
: no later .r ,"
LAKE GENEVA Edzewocd Avenue, Atlanta:! double' tragedy was unknown.: than October, 1968. Bids {oo

Georgia 30303, with .the envelope but that Welch had been despondent will .be opened at 10-00 A. './,( 1'-tf.j..
marked "Jacksonville JIW In "recent .weeks because M. on October -:! ;
14. 1968. "
MOBILE HOME Shrubbery for Every Need ._,
'Sealed Bid" and postmarked of an. impending operation : The right to reject any .j- ::1'

10 later ithan October 9, 1968. i 1.1 November. He thought and all bids Is reserved. t;
SALESOne Bids will be opened at 10:00A. : that. Welch might have been linger Par further details call t

M. on October 14, 1968. The medication! at the time of LATCHSTRING Area. Code 404, 5298854.

mile S.E. Keystone right' to reject any and all bids the shooting ,but that he apparently NURSERY' AMERICAN'I'1JLEPHONE As a Member of Our Service Department Edward
!: Invites
Heights<< on Route 100. :,8 reserved. For further details was not drinking. AND
OPEN SUNDAYS ''rail Area Code 404. 5298854. The Welch farm is located at MELROSE, FLA. TELEGRAPH COMPANY All His Friends and Customers to Visit Him.
AMERICAN TELEPHONE I P* OS&F railroad tracks on 4tchg-928
Phone 473-4320 I .'UNO TELEGRAPH COMPANY SR 237-A, south of Highway! 100 .-. I

4t.cha-9.2 ..1 1 Union County White'!+ nd de- I

YOB II ia 't I tit t

fir, tf e s d g

H NEW'69'sAT --


If you find your name among the Classified Ads, I kasha 20' x 24 wide. Buddy' Electric. For sale or rent. _
Clemson Layton travel trailers Bradford County Telegraph.
come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Liberty Taylor Azalea.I

Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive free set, up and de- George E. LaRue

Theatre Passes In. livery. BLCKEYE TRAILER

Jax. 771-8776. : tfrha I Fire Homeowners.

I $15 10 different Keystone Height/ 473-4692
I&I IJMUOO St.: fl Uu I
lip to IA words ____ 1.2(1( CommercbU. Phone 473-30eO-r- name brand to choose from.
Furniture Repaired
P. O Box 19. Keystone. Uch'
.19th *
Parts A excellent
(Minimum repair all
September charge/ ) UpholMtvrtd & Refinished! WANTED USED qna cook
Rm-li: word over 15 __ .07 ",MATTRESSES, REBUILT INSURANCEAT ) 712 N. Main, Oalnes- stove or electric, refrigerators. SE3VHIJAI. GOOD USED Add.
New Innersprings. REDUCED RATES V11U 376-7110. tfcb beds, dinette sets, bedroom Ing Machines for sale electrics
F.drl&ll&r&e/ If not and Box Springs AUTO FIRE, BOAT sets sofas and chairs. Phone ; subtraction credit bal!

paid. lu advance ____ ..35MeiiiorlaN Drop U. A Card or Call DOYLE E. CONNER' DID YOU KNOW It's easy to 964-7923 Dahmers tfchg I ance. Bradford County Telegraph .
own a Longchamp Home?
Reituliitloni MBS. PEGGY SI1AIJLKB ttehg Better built for FJm'a> .! liv-
For sale
: or rent. -
Va E. Adkln St.
ing. Your plan or ours. FOR SALE By Owner.
NEXT THURSDAY 7 -enU per! word Stauirs. ', Agent__' PUMPSNEW Your lot or ours. contact Bu- Bradford County Telegraph. Modern 3 bdrm. block house

AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE ford :Mitchell phone 964-, USKJJ: MJKMUJKK' close In town, plus 30 x 30
\KIK4: OK THANKS mm 6853 P. O. Box 398. etarke./, AND APPLIANCES blk. bldg. on location. Ph.

;30( __ I tft'lg'\ 984-5174. Starke tfchg
words or IOHH 8.00 !I Deep & Shallow Wells UPHOLSTERING -

Kiuh: word over! SO __ .OT Water Softeners:: & Filters I WANTED USED WRINGER
Fxpert Service On FENNELL'SBARGAIN washer: Will pay cash or take
|pBK. I JIMMY MOORE'SSUN In trade on anything. Dohmers
IN TOWNLakeside ( .. .. : Phone 964-7061 SPORTS 1 1"! Ml.' So.: :301 SMrke: Dlcount House tohg


I 2 Story G Rooms AND SUPPLY CO. YOUR MONEY FOR SALE-3 bedroom 1 bath i. In person Longhorn Restaurant -

j Starke! Ph. 6645791SERVICE concrete block house. Large corner 301 South. tfchg
I $9,150 FOR SALE-BRICK MOUSE lot, Located 1027 Butler Rd.
ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom $11 500. Ph. 0645887.IIt11'9.13

IVi bath located Just Rig ..____ ..h- $315.00 HOUSE FOR SALE In quiet
I Kill Powell
Keystone Irelghts outside of city limits in New Model Engines arriving.every neighborhood. Approximately
I 473-4816 Plnebreeze. Easy monthly Real EstateApproximately
t.:;, terms. Longchamp Const: Co f day. 1700 sq. ft living area 3 bed
Do-It-Yourself rooms ((2 with paneled accent; three acres,
Ea VANTED men and 3 women Contact Bfod Mltcooll
: r wnlH.; 2 ,baths: living room; kit close in on 301-In business
AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER for Mobile home and Home Improvement pone 964-6853 P. O. Box FOR RENT TV sets baby
chen with dining 14 x 30
h'T MOTORS CUHr-UHAIlUN Sales. Cabanas car- 238 Starke. tfch"' beds, electric guitars and am- ft. section, close to new
Fla. room with family proof
ports. patio awnings, screen: enclosure SEAMLESSFLOORING plifiers. refrigerators by day, paneling fire place for gas log court house. Very suitablefor

utility bldgs. Will train. week or month. Phone 964- and built In book cases. Officeor office buildings or retail -

Call for appointment. Aluminum FIND SUCCESS I 7923. Dahmers. tfchg 4th bedroom All centrally!] business. Low Down
Products All Florida Mobile
Home, 473-4178 tfchg ALTTMINtrM' PRODUCTS heated and air conditioned. Dou- Payment. Easy Terms.
Awnings Patios Cabanas, ble carport and 24 x 24 ft. gar Call 96".6.161 t
THROUGH Carport, Boatsheda Utility age. Shady lot 100 x 150 ft Kill
Powell Real Estatein
STILL HAVE 68'STO Town HouseAPARTMENTS WE .:MAKE( :" Bldg ;4n4t&Hedk AO !Florida Priced right. Call 964.7498 for the Starke Plaza

I _0_ Jerry's Management Mobile Home. Keystone Hts. appointment 2tchu-9-19 ,
: Ph. 473-4178 -
Training ProgramNo tfchg .
To Settle Estate -
Sell or RentFurnished KEYS( an

... ,. A. J. Thomas Realtor General 9 Acres $300000; 8 half acre PAYROLL ENVELOPES.
t 'M 11 or Unfurnished! .. ............ I ( Experience Necessary) Real Estate and Appraisingfor lots $850.00 each; 3 A lot S3- with or without carbon flat.-
300.00. Just out of town and
near I Bradford County Telegraph
WANTED Lot or small acreage I Estates. Corporations"
Buford Mitchell paved road. Prefer cash but
near Starke or Hampton. Frank IF. Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience -
96-1-6853 964-6760 Stefllk. Jr., Rt. 1, Box 6 A. Bun- in Florida" Land Mat would consider terms. .A J. Thomas

Phones nell Fla. Qtp-9-19 I _You enjoy working! with ters. 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. Realtor. Tel. 9645701. H. R. BlockAmerica'

THE KEY TO people like to meet the 964-5701. TF Chg FOR SALE-3 bedroom CB
I MEN WANTED Laundry challenge -
public Appreciate
-- Gracious Living a house, 1 bath, bi:41t: in kitchen largest Income
workers, Kitchen aids labor- have high school
HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bedrooms tax Is
cabinets, screened porch car : service now expanding -
ers cottage parents, watchman education are between 23 2 baths and Florida"
Call and require' local
DRESSMAKING 'and alterations I 'and 40 old. port. 9645664. itp representative
cooks and clerks, ground- years
room. Central heat corner lot.
In Starke and
-All types sewing :In my keeper, truck driver. Five" Phone 964-5871. 3tp-9-15 FOR RENT-2 bedroom traileron other locations for Satellite
MUST GO! home. Mrs. Hollimsworth.! Phone day week eight hour day. THENWe Kingsley Lake. Central Heat Franchise Program. Prior
9i-( S318.
4tchg--9-28 State retirement vacations .
SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned Guy, Sale Phone 5332366. tfchg tax: knowledge helpful but
sick leave.If Interested please
MEN WANTED-Men cottage want to talk with you oiled and adjusted in yourhome not necessary Contact( Mr.
apply! In person Personnel "FOR' SALE-Special dietetic
parents. Age 21-60. Startingpay about our .paid Management $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs Wayne Jefferson 108 E. University
Manager. Sunland] Training foods meatless protein.
$295 month promotion Training Program I also. All work guaranteed. pure Ave., Phone 376-6VM.!
Center, Gainesville Fla. opportunity thru incentive bonus Dennis E. Cogglns. Rt. 1. Box I Extra nice canned. Battle-Creek Gainesville.
opportunities and regular Increases 2tchg
tfchg future assignment 89. Rai rd. tfchg ;Veg. scallops Veg. steaks Vegetarian .
in 8 hour day '
from Florida, to Ohio giving links sausage soyameata
5 day sick "WANTED-ExecutiVe Directorfor
week leave vacations -
you a wide choice of locations FOR SALE-2 BR house nice ;nut loaf Ideal: Advertlst (SDA)
state retirement. If interested the CUBB economic Agency RIDE WANTED days week.
a anti the future of '
neighborhood carport, etc $500 special diets Phone
please apply In per- Inc. Requirements: BS or State Farm to vo-tech center In
I participation down Phone 964-5801 tfchg 5332381. Rt, '1, Box 361 Kings
StarkechryslerPlymouth son Personnel Manager Sun- BA degree. Salary $800 per Starke. Will pay. Adult. (Mrs..
land Training Center Gainesville month. Send resume to CURB I II WANTED-White lady to live in ley Itchy Starke. Will pay Adult Itchg
Fla. 3t.chR-9.12 Economic Agency Inc.. Poet Office NOW
with elderly lady. $75 month FOR SALE-Registered. Angus FOR RENT-2 bedroom turn
STRAVED-1 black and white Drawer 970 Starke, Florida" room and board. Call 9647254. ,heifers: weanlings through :2 house on N. Water St. Contact
:32091. This 1 to an equal opportunity "Write or call Immediately: I II. olds. W.
tfchg year S. Sherwood. 1)6.18742. )
!.steer Owner may claim and pay Elizabeth Seymour. 527 N. Wal-
employer. 2tclig-9-20 For Personal Appointment
for keep and ad. Call 9645172. tchg tat St. Itpd
I. FOUND-One hound' black and
4tp.-8-12 WANTED-Congenial Lady to GARY O. HAYNES I
white speckled. Owner can have FOR SALE-1967 MlWl! Home RELIABLE COUPLE to work on
stay in 'house with Christianlady Jerry' Restaurant
THANK YOU NOTlS-!: -Beau. Id Starke recuperatingfrom 3628 N. W. 34th Terr. by paying for ad and board. C. 12x55 like new. Cash or assume large farm. Will furnish 2 bed

tifully engraved la gold or Illness.' Stay days or full- Galneavllle. Florida C. Vickery, Rt.& 1, Box 213B. payments Phone 431-a721: I, Ral- room Mobile Home. Ph. 9645096.

silver. $1.25 for box of 25. In- time Phone 964.7963ltp I P13.5.. 378-7526 Lake Butler. Fla. Jtp ford. Itchg Itch*
U. S. 301 North Phone 9G4-GGOO eluding-: envelopes. Bradford
County Telegraph. tf FOR RENT-I bedroom !house, WANTED : STARKE, FLORIDA furnished; 2 bedroom house un BIC PENS. Ball Point RefllU. or couple to run egg farm. 3 warehouse work. Must, be good ( Cash Register( and all other -

VVANTEU--Woman to pick eggs. furnished. 308 a*. Water ,Si. Bradford County Telegraph miles West of 301 on Brooker typist. Write ''D." Drawer A, models. Bradford County

j Call alter 6 p. m. 4681266. lip 110238 ___ Road ._ __ Itp ,Starke Fla. Itelg Telegraph: Ut



.. r




y\: '- .. STAHKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY; SEPT. 12. 1968 u -- Section Two Page One.?

r'i. -

.,.,..,. .... I Aftermath Of Flood

::t', ., .8tIA

.' Telegraph Asked To Explain

Television "Over-reacted" AlsoFor

Stand On Flood Relief SpendingBrooker
years now.the major television the perpetrators.
networks have been trying to Wyoming Senator Gale McGee -
Fla. but there were many more. Yet, vate property for the sole bene
decide whether they are entertain- and his family report a similar instance
!Sept. 6, 1968 the only' consolation I got from fit of the !Individual owner, and
ment media or i news media. The while walking through a
Dear Mr. Matthews: you was, equipment purchasedwith spending/ public money on private
hang-up was never more clear gang of hippies in Grant Park. I have just read your Editorial tax: money should not be and or-public property to

than during: the !Chicago donny- They saw a TV camera team !lead .- $ with regards! tol the flood used on private property. serve a county purpose.

brook. two girls to over to the exact spot r conditions around the vicinityof I personally invite you to ex- Page 141 of the Florida Coun-

Devotees of the so-called "idiotbox" near some National Guard troops r. .....+..... .. Starke. I understood you to plain your philosophy of help ty Commissioners Manual says:
say that various departments with tax money for disastrous "la all cases where there Is no
are writing indignant lettersto where the cameramen wanted
should use tax: money to pre- conditions. constitutional provision making
the editor and the evidence indicates them to stand. When the cameras vent this from happening again! Respectfully submitted an expense chargeable to the

that Chicago police are not started to roll.the girls obligingly I also understand that this H. H. Mott. county it must be for a county

the only ones who can be accused cried, "Don't beat met! Don't beat money should be spent to protect purpose in order to justify the

of over-reacting during the recent me!" It takes little or no Imagination private property. Now :a I In reply to Mr. Mott: Legislature fa> authorizing a

riots. The television networks to figure how this contrivedscene misunderstood you, I would like The Telegraph has never opposed county to resort to taxation to
to be corrected.Mr. to knowledge defray it.*' County' Commissionera
our -
over-reacted and looked on the screens in millions ;
just badly
iaa\ Matthews, If I understandyour "county equipment going/ on who do otherwise are liable,
even the usually cool and collected of American homes as well 4 4'I editorial, why did you private property and digging/ under their bond, for all monies

Walter Cronkite fell from his pin as abroad. time and again oo strongly obJect drainage ditches for farmers"IP Illegally expended.

hacle in our estimation when he It almost seems as if TV camera- to the use of Bradford and we emphasize the IP, Since Alligator Creek Is an

began shooting from the hip with men were in cahoots with these County equipment going on private the drainage ditch served "a Integral part of Bradford COun-

emotional denouncements of the young revolutionaries who had property and digging ditches county purpose"! and not Just ty's;, drainage' system, from the
for farmers? the purpose of the individual.We east boundary of the county to
police and secuirty officers as, 'methodically plotted their disrup.tlve' 9 ,, Let me further eay that farm- HAVE vigorously' opposed, the west boundary, It is reason-
thugs: tactics for months in great detail cs r r era have lost more from flood from time to time and shall able, we think\ to consider any

The rival network NBC was not including maps of the Chicago .ti conditions than those living' in continue to do BO if the need public money spent on its improvement -

without blame; in its efforts to Loop area-showing alleys for escape eurburban areas. I will remind: arises, the use of county equip as being spent for a

outdo the opposition in this bid routes.'These young,demonstrators you that I am talking about ment to construct private roadson "county purpose"
facts. In the year of 1965: I was private property, waterholes That Is the explanation of our
for in: stirred and led bya
top ratings the news-enter up on
only able to salvage about $250 on private property and haulingfill philosophy of spending tax:
tainment field. Indeed we are.told hard core revolutionaries were out of a tobacco crop that was dirt for use on private money to meet "disastrous

that a hidden microphone acci not "children' as one, national worth in excess' of $10,000 be- .property. conditions." If it is wrong

dentally found in a hotel room, and commentator chose to call them. fore the rains came. The tobacco There Is a big difference In we're stuck with it.

being used to "bug" a closed-door Of the 803 who were arrested, none ; ; was the' largest single loss spending public money on pri

session of the Democratic Plat was younger than 19, and 136

form Committee has been tracedto were from outside the greater Chi-

NBC. cago area. Letters To The Editor I IDear

There happens to be state and Peaceful demonstrators do not ,

federal laws against using such; ordinarily carry bottles, cans, k
devises as wire-tapping bugging rocks and assorted containers fill- a ,;..I Oene: Dear Oene: television 'boys have made muchof
I sincerely hope you will While\ viewing the Democratic the incident of CBS' Dan
and eavesdropping by electronic] ed with human excrement to hurl publish, this letter because I National Convention !in. Chicago Rather being Jostled to the floor

devises,"except in matters of security at police. Granted there may have Lest We Forget "Flood'68" would like for everyone not on television tt became quite and have Ignored the fact that

to our nation and against been a few starry-eyed mis- only in Bradford County, but apparent to me \that the members Rather was trying/ to push his

organized crime.* But apparently guided youths among the lot, the Rain Levels Off people who were affected in of.the Press, especially way past security men when it
the television.floor reporters, happened and was in fact, demanding -
the TV moguls think they are evidence is that most of the ones our neighboring counties, to
above such trifles which should seen on televsion were imported To 1.3 Inches know' how much we appreciateyour felt they,could run roughshod to be arrested.
NEWS And NOTESFor over, all authority I was dismayed WE'DEPLORED the arrogance -
apply only to ordinary mortals. troublemakers who openly trained r During Past Week wide, 'completely unbiased and, disturbed that with of the television reporters
of recent "flood".
Obviously all right was not on for their engagements with the police coverage our television and newspaper pea during the Republican conven-

one side, and all wrong/ on the oth- while TV cameras gleefully Today's Homemakers Bradford: County ,rainfall tapered I cannot speak first hand of ple calling for strict: law enforcement tion at Miami Beach and they'

er in the Chicago debacle but the filmed the exercises.By off to an average of I.' Inches any area except the Crosby in this Country, that are as bad, if not worse In
By Martha Sue McCain '
Lake district, but I personally
for the week ending at 8 the television reporters showed Chicago.
kleig lights of TV some strange coincidence the
cameras were County Extension 2 a. m. Monday, after a deluge of know how you obtained your such a blatant disregard forth They must' realize! a headset
focused almost wholly'on the so- cameras were ever alert and eagerto Home Economics aJmost 15 inches over most of information on this section-it security, of the Convention or. a. microphone, or for that

called "brutality" of the police, film the "over-reaction" of the Agent"WAIT the county in the previous week. was not second hand. As everyone and the Chicago police matter, a press card,,la not a

with little or no emphasis 'on the police but never seemed toi be Reports from the county's knows,'"news" is your I was heartened however, by magical talisman enabling a

violence of the demonstrators that around to screen the taunts and Plan before you buy. cuns boiling water 2Mi! cups three fire towers for the week 'business, but I feel you were reading an editorial in the Orlando bearer to ride roughshod over
provocations of the ending Monday were: Wew RIver more interested in this situa- Sentinel. I have enclosed all authority.
invited and made protesters.We .
necessary such A quick purchase: often leads to cooked (diced turkey), 1'i'' cups
1.5 inches Louis 'Hill that editorial Rather got what he deserved.!
with : (Highland tion from a personal standpoint, and would appreciate
stringent counter-measures. agree correspondent long regrets. As manager of mushroom one-fourth
.. sauce ), 18; 'and Santa Fe, .6 than from an editor's viewpoint, your publishing it in your Television and the newspapers -
That is why we:: hail a decisionby Richard L. Strout who wrote from your resources, you need Information teaspoon salt, one-eighth tea- Inch since you could have obtained next i issue of. the Bradford have been calling strldent-

a U. S. District Court Judge ,Chicago: "The, news media in this and facts on which to spocci black pepper or a dash The Florida Forest Service your I pictures in about thirty-...County."TeUiBinpti.' '7- lyfor-aTeturn to'law enforce
reported -
to order city may be indicted for -inciting base.decisions.-: ..Learn to be a of 'cayeture1. cup packaged Very truly ment. .
sweeping grand Tory Investigation one fire during the past minutes in the Crosby Lakeart'a yours.
to violence. The mildest smart::col merlfet: the most pre-cooked! rice 3Vi! OZ can Eugene F. Shaw In Chicago they got it and
of disorders during the parade of week with six acres burned. but you were not content
value for your dollars spent. French fried' onion 6 tomato
lings the airwaves.
tears filling
Democratic National Convention young people brings a TV camera Your County Extension Home slices. Since January 1 there have been with that.I HARD LINE LAW -Orlando Sentinel.

including accusations!' of "con crew like a hook-and-ladder truckto Economics office located at 2266 Cook green beans In boiling 126 fires with 929 '(acres burned would like for Interested ENFORCEMENT INCLUDES

spiracy ,to unduly influence the a three-alarm fire. ,Any youngster N. Temple Avenue (fair. water 5 minutes Preheat oven as compared. ''WIth 100 fires amd80'J.8 persons to know that my bur NEWS MEDIA, TOO Dear ''Sir:

convention by television' who'will denounce the authori- grounds) lias reliable unbiased to 400 degrees (fhoU.) Add tur acres burned. during the band and I. and other neighbors WE ARE UNABLE to gen. While writing of all the merits -
ties finds himself information available to you key and to same period last year. know of three trips each erate much sympathy for the I -
The< whole muddled 'picture of surrounded bya sauce, seasonings of gun registration, wonder
lasting from two to three anda who the
just what happened in ring of extended microphones. just for the asking. SeptemberIs green beans; simmer 2 min people are protesting why you didn't tell your
consumuer month. Call Two New Films half hours that you made to flron-handed\ activities of the
needs tO ,be puk in. better focus The press has talked so much yourextension utes. our section, and the places" Chicago police department. readers that on January 29,
| i you
office now!
Stir In the Court
rice and half of To Be Shown IMS the U. S, Supreme
and there is no. better way to do about violence that it has a vested Are you puzzled! by fabric the onion rings. Pour into a 2- By could not reach by wading, Television in particular ia announced Its decision In a

this than by grand jury investigation. interest in violence. It will look finishes when you shop, ,.wondering quart casserole Top with remaining Area CD OfficeThe one of us carried you in a screaming at thetop of its case, Haynes, vs U. S. No. 236
silly if it doesn't get It." boat; and how you went to lungs,Even such urbane personalities
which to select? Do advertising onion rings! and tomato The Court said that a person
Our own impression is similarto Adds correspondent Roscoe ,clalms of soaps and slices. Bake 20 to 25 minutes. North Florida Civil Defense each house and interviewed as Walter Cronkite have wnose ownership of a firearm
Drummond "The media did detergents confuse you? Are Calories About Area Office, located at 830 each person you found who blown their cool and are callIng because he
that voiced bj> Senator Ed Mus- : not per serving: police and security people was illegal was a
Edwards Road tn Starke, 'will was still in Ma home, asking
you having difficulty stretch criminal could not
kie-the Democratic cause the circumstances which convicted
r nominee for produced the violence but ing your food dollar? 420.Easy method Sauce: Use a present two films starting at 8 questions, seeking information "thugs. be forced to register it, or be
Vice President-who observed the they did The County Extension! Home p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 etc. Not only did you make the They are doing his because,
10J/i condensed for having it In his
ounce prosecuted
added for the first time in their arrogant
provide incentives to
troublemakers from his seventh those Economics Office Is your Consumer cream of mushroom soup in The first "It ''Happened in three trips, but you were in and existence, possession because this would

floor,hotel window'' and said they who wanted violence and they Education Center It has place of homemade mushroom Texas," tells the story of destruction constant touch with Dave by they are being pampered subjected to hard violate trig rights under the

very carefully' maneuvered, innocent helped create a distorted pictureof reliable, unbiased informa sauce. 'and l chaos when Hurricane phone.I line law enforcement. Fifth Amendment against self

onlookers between themselvesand violence when it developed. Lion to help you as a consumer Low calorie Variations. Omit Beulah: destroyed several would also like to give SOME OF THE photographers Incrimination.

the ,,police ,before opening up The need now in fairness to to become better!' informed. the mushroom sauce. Increase hundred million dollars worth of credit to Prank William and who have had trouble with Anybody_with a grain of sense

with barrages of missiles./ The police both sides, is to get the picture in Extension Home Economics laft the water to 1 and three- property'! in Texas last year Harry Green, since they made the police outside the convention knows no criminal would register -
part of the University of fourths five and created IS tornadoes.The several trips to our area offer- if he
of cups. Add chicken hall are bearded unkempt his gun even was sup
had to the
course, pass throughthe focus antj proposed grand jury Florida and the Extension bouillon cubes' one.fourth cup second film, "About Fallout log and giving assistance Alsoto denizens who look like ylppies posed to. So what Is' the pur-
innocent bystanders to get to investigation should do just that. Agents are. Unilversity -staff diced celery and one-fourth cup ," dlspells many myths and our local radio station who and probably are. pose of having law-abiding citizens

members. finely diced onion with the tur- presents .actual facts about this called several times to inquire No policeman, in the midstof register theirs? Registration -

Engineering Study Needed Information of Importance to key and seasonings. Omit the subject. if' they could aid in any way. a rioting crowd, ts going to now, confiscation later.

the consumer is presented In French fried onion rings About ,The public to Invited to,view Other than these mentioned take time to check the creden- Mrs. Glen Duke

several different ways. Special 250 calories per serving these! films. I have no knowledge of any tials of some boarded jerk wave 2517 David Blvd.
Everybody seems to have an on taking action at the requestof Interest groups workshops, State, County, or City official ins a camera. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.

idea or two about how to solve the a group of St. Clair Street residents classes and club groups are calling, our homes in this area Inside the amphitheatre, the

county's drainage 'problem 'which we ''also noticed last week popular ways of reaching indi FLORIDA. ALCOHOUO KBUMUUTKM. POOL' & 1( I to offer assistance, or show in-
has become strikingly evident that members of the two boardsare viduals. Others either visit' the terest in what was going on.

since our "flood" which saw nearly just as we, laymen on the subject office information., telephone or write for We sincerely feel that if' a' ,
15;inches of'rain dumped'on the of drainage on a large scale. leaflets on many subjects and are alcolII* drainage program is carried
out In our county to eliminateanother
county in five days. Some of the As we said last week, the county available for the asking. Clubs flooding such as this

houses on Crosby and Sampson and city can do much to be better and-or grou* desiring a program II the people will owe a great

Lakes still have water in them. prepared to move people and belongings on a subject of concernto topicsBy : part of its beginning to the

Most competent authorities we in case of another emer- consumers should contactthe coverage given it by our local

have heard speak on the subject gency such as residents faced in The Home Economics! Agent Bradford County Telegraph and
Agent may present the PAUL roiuxsa to Its editor who did not mind
County Surveyor M. G. McMillanand the "flood" when about 40 fami-
Program, or may provide infor- ldU.e. leiseaMks. lsieIaillane. wading water for three or four l .ltiwl
Soil Conservationist Bill Haas '
lies had to evacuate their homes. mation from which a programcan Lf tH
days to present "the wet
both said last week that any drain- The matter of the drainage of be developed., Visit the
Rodney K. ts an alcoholic.He What a monumental re facts.! "l]
'age project must'start at the bottom Extension! Home EcooomicsAlfent.
the entire county or several counties has to quit the bottle several sponsibilitythla is to every in- Thanks again
of the watershed at the Su- .
The Agent may presentthe
if that is to alleviate Hazel 0. Paulk
necessary times only to return to its individual who professes to follow -
wannee River and work back this program, as she may traina
the problem will require and solace a few weeks later each the Master.
deserves study by a staff of pro member of the group to present time. He has even tried an alcoholic Yet, those who make up the DearMr. Matthews: ,
way.Both the program, or may provide Congratulations to and Lynn Hamilton of Southern Blartne
men also are quick to say fessional engineers trained in the Information from which a rehabilitation center, membership of the church you By .

the problem we face ,in ridding field. It's a big problem and can'tbe program can be developed. Visit from which he received much where Rodney would like to feel your staff on a fine "flood"

ourselves of great quantities of entirely solved locally. the Extension Home Economics benefit. But he Is still struggling / welcome can each have ai part edition.Mrs.. Norma Morgan CHANGING TIRES Standard Automotive Bumper
with his drinking problem in this as they edo their best to ON BOAT TRAILERSIn Jack to Your Boat Trailer"
fall in short
water that a time Office at the Fair Keystone Heights
Competent engineers however Rodney feels his ultimate vie. make him comfortable and accepted -
these days of top-notch The procedure Is really very
Grounds call 964-6554.
such. as the "flood. is much big- should be able to determine the ONE-DISH or DINNER From tory over' alcoholism will come when he visits the. ser equipment, it. U even more unusual simple

ger than most of us realize.A scope of the problem and come up Cooked Turkey Roll from his finding a closer and vices. Certainly no Christian can be to have a flat tire on a The trailer is equipped witha

joint committee of the Starke with cost figures. This would seem When a recipe calls for cook- more binding relationship with) A local church can become a expected to approve of alcohol- boat: trailer than on your auto tie-down plate at each end of
City Council and Commission Ood. Thus although a combination shepherding! community only to mobile. the cross member of the trailer
County the prudent course for the joint ed turkey. consider buying a ism; but every Christian\ -If he
i I. due of pride and guilt will the degree that it has a climateof However, you wouldn't be frame. It la on this plate that
along with Haas to committee to pursue if it is really fully cooked boneless turkey is real-must love the alcoholic.
meet tonight/ (Thursday) to begin interested in studying/ the drain roll. It's ready to defrost and not let him openly admit it he warm Christian acceptance, This follows the example of without a spare) ,tire on your the ratchet lever should be)
would like to be Included in and one of the ultimate tests
car. Yet a vast majority of hooked.
and usually costs !less than Christ who although strongly
work the use.
drainage problem.
on /
age problem. the warmth and fellowship of of la its acceptanceof
a Its
sliced cooked turkey bought in concern abhorring sin itself He Jove boat trailer on the road are With the support plate attached -
While we commend both groups stares specializing hi ready.to- nearby cl1urch.That' people who have lost 'he11"wavlIk8 not equipped with a spare tire to the end of the verti-
tho sinner
food. Rodney's situation. Rodney. and wheel. That is why it Is cal jack shaft place the jack so
serve precooked)
He's a good prospect for the Alcoholics are keenly sensitive For too long churches have tilting
Take frozen cooked turkey not unusual to see a boat trailer that the vertical shaft Is -
kind of deliverance that many' to rejection. Their emotional "passed by on the other aide"
boat at
out of the freezer and let it defrost parked by the side of the away from the a r
Rib4 The Bradford County Telegraph in the refrigerator about arv alcoholic has found through radar pick up subtle when the alcoholic is involved. road while the owner has had slight. angle. Then simply jack: rF
24 hours for small roasts and fait! In God and total commitment signals of condescension' and It's time now for Christians to to run to the nearest garage to the unit up until the wheel Is
ESTABLISHED 1879 to Him. But encouragement condemnation which people unwittingly to help build the
j longer for large ones. When work together get a flat tire repaired. And free from the ground. Releasethe

wu g E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher the precooked turkey roast can along this line must come transmit. To sum it bridge over which the alcoholic this can mean a costly delay. jack in the usual manner
be from those within the churches. up how comfortable would an The moral is that it la a after completing the wheel
be sliced although it may can pass a* he find Ood and
0 If they fall to show real Christian alcoholic'' feel In congregation -
Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnoosly hard at the center it may be ;your good idea to carry a spare tire change.
regain his life. This bridge
'f 1911 Under The Sam :Masthead. chopped and used In this recipe concern they have failed next Sunday, based onthf' and wheel on your boat trail. If the trailer you own does
1: oM. planned by CSDA's Agricultural not only Rodney but their degree of acceptance by his Is simply true Christian con er. not have a place to which you

Research Service Makes a satisfying Maker as well. fellow worshippers? cern.Want Then there 1 l01I the question ot might attach a bumper Jack

Published each 'Thursday! ottered a* Second ClaN Matter at the Port Offtc 'dinner for six. Christ left the earthly tasksof The congregation's attitudes more information oa changing wheel if' you ehould conveniently, you might wish to

at Stark Florida under Act of March 3rc!. 1879. Turkey-green Bean Bake helping the weak, restoring concerning the alcoholic pro- alcoholism? Write FARP' Information have a flat How do ;you do it? consider a hydraulic jack so
the backslidden, and showing vide either barrier a The Evinrude trailer owner' you do not get into a position
a or
Subscription to trade area: 1 :year 94,SO; e month, '2.150 One and three-foiirtM cUIKtrtml11L'd Service, Box 1147.
fresh green beans or real concern for life's dropout bridge! between the alcoholic manual baa a section that car where you cannot change a
outside trade &1'1 year |5.00; e month. (2.79 frocen bean, I and onf-fourth! to His followers called ChI1 t- and the God he I 1a seeking. Avon Park, Fla. 33825. ... lie the headline "Adapting wheel on the trailer.

\ .. r *s.


Two Page two IntAD1"ORD" ootnrrr' TICIJOTRAPTI. errARim rtxmant; THURSDAY SEPT. 12. 1908
----- ---

Services Held Primitive Baptist Church near NOHTIISIDK, BAPTIST:
Starke with Elder O. M. Yarborough > CHURCH
For Rev. Williams officiating. Interment Let's Go lIttGardening Located on BarltM meh.a

was in Dyal Cemetery under (SR 225 Baiford &ea4I
Irt Church Of GodRev. the direction of DeWltt C. Jones (ISR 161.

: Funeral Home. Services: Sunday School-10
Lemuel S. Williams Sr..
Active pallbearers were Del* a. m.; Sunday Morning Wor-
64. pastor of the Starke Churchof
bert Oreen, Don Newman J. ship 11 a. m.; Training Union
God, died Saturday after- I By nerve Sharpe! Kditu
W. Thomas Nathan Green, 6:30: p. m.; Evening Service
noon upon arrival at Bradford '.TKlorU Agricultural.1 -
7:30 Midweek Prayer Service.
James!!! Walnwright and Kenny ;
County Hospital, following a Mpslon BrIoe
Garrison Wednesday 7:30: -Rev, Glenn
sudden Illness. I Lawhon, pastor.
Born In Bacon County Ga
,burned leaf tips or brown mar ..
-- -- -
Services Held
on Aug. 15, 1904, Rev. Williams BAYLES91IlOBWAYBAPTIST .
Here are a few hints on diagnosing -
!had been pastor of the local For Mrs. LeamanIn troubles with !house CHURCH LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

church for 20 years. and had plants. Sunday School, 10 a, m.: CHURCH
served In the ministry for more' Jones Chapel An Investment In Your Future 4''v
If you discover a plant with Morning Worship Service, 11 Sunday School.! 10 a. m s
than 30 yea.rs.Surviving. .the ten th- mi Training Union 8:30
gins, lighten up on a. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
are his wife Carrie Mrs. Kathryn Underwood Lea- zero Or It could mean that you p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30p. : livening Worship 8 p. n
Jones Williams of Starke; I man, 72, of Starke, died Tuesday were stingy with water, or the m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday A"EII cloca

two daughters, Mrs. Sue Wink- 'mornings In Bradford County damage.. caused by a chillIng Prayer Meotlnc.; Wed.. 7:30p. : 8 p. m. Sing earn Friday at f
ler of Starke, and Mrs. Mabel Hospital after an extended ill air conditioner. m.; Q. A. Meeting Wet
Rev. Lane,
m. Harvey
Jean Martin, Jacksonville; ness. She was born In Marion Yellowing and dropping of 7:30, : p. m.; Choir Rehearsal, 'p.tor. paw

three sons, Lemuel S. Williams County, West Virginia on July 10, leaves is a signal of ga fumes, Wed., 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood -
Jr., Atlanta. Ga.; Roger Williams. 1896. and was a retired teacher :* mmSmSSWra:
I II overwatering, poor drainage, or meeting, last Mondayin CALVARY BAPTIST
Daytona Beach; and and former employee of the poor aeration. Small leaves in- each! month. He" David! $I ,
James Williams, Starke; three I Pentagon In Washington. A resident dicate ,too little water and fertilizer MedeIrOs, p *cr. Sunday School 10 a. m I WONDERFUL FEELING !
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Altman of Starke for many years, !' or the plant Is existing Morning Worship, 11 a. inTralnlrg ,

of.and Jacksonville Mrs. Mertle Mrs.Bennett Ida,Boatwright. both she was Church.'ia member of the Methodist In tight or heavy soil. Church of Jesus CU' ; Weak growth, or light green Latter-Day Saints" Evening Service, 7:80.: Prayw
Alma Ga.; and 11 Surviving are five sisters, Mrs. or yellow color on healthy foil- [416 East CaU 811 Meeting. Wednesday. 7:3f: :: have really had a good time just pretending" f,
Mae Jones, Mrs. Mary Smelser,
grandchildren. Mrs. Harriett: Levy and Mrs. age may mean lack ot lertlllzer. Services p. m.-Rev. JR. H. Butler #jj.;: Does this remind you of times when you have "Pretended? Remember
Funeral services were held at root rot poor root system, or Priesthood, 8:45 Sunday
: ; pastor.
10 a. m. Monday In the Starke Mabel. Oster, all of Starke; and the 'plant Is growing In too intense School, 10:00: Sacrament ijjj when some friend allowed you to Bit behind the wheel of a boat or anew car
Church of God with Rev. C. E. I Miss Sara Underwood, Mien .
11:00.: HEILBRONN BAPTIST :: and...well. you know the reek '
town, Pa.Funeral.
Muncy Rev. W. A. Hogan and house plant that Is yellow- Branch President CHURCH, HIWAY 16 N.

Rev. D. A., Dlggs officiating I .services were held at lug wilting or has "soft growth" Dean Hansen, 964-6278 jiji Today we are atSl pretending because nothing really belongs to na, "X,
Interment was in Crosby 1 p. m. Thursday In Jones Me- is exposed to excessive heat or Sunday School, 9:45: a. m
Lake Cemetery under direction moral Cha.pellWlth Rev. E. R. has a root Injury. Plants with FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Morning Worship, 11. Training [| The Bible Says...aThe earth is the Lord's, and the Juln*** tie reoL ftWj

of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I Bowers\ .officiating. Interment small leaves and long Inter- OF STARKE Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service |j world and they that dweU therein" Psalm 24-1. '
Home: Active pallbearers wereJ. wallin the family plot In Crosby. nodes indicate too little light or Went Weldon St. and RaUord 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
'.T. Kirkland Jr.,' Howard Lake Cemetery with DeWlit C. too High temperature. Road Service, 7:30: -Rev. L. Tommy :: According to this, God is truly our friend and permits M

Coleman Clifford Martin; Ralph Jones Funeral Home tat chargeof Actually, most healthy houseplants Howe pastor. :: to use the things of this world. For these things f:
Martin. S. J. Oeteen, and Fred arrangements. need very little care. The Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. "
Smith. greatest blight of these plants 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship; GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH y:: and God's greatest gift, his Son, we should attend

Operation Teenager is from coddling ,by eager bea- 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: {:|: wor>*services each week and give; thanks. t
'Merrite p. m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School. 10 a. m.
Neprmans Repeat Program vers.A once-aaweek watering anda Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid- Morning Worship, 11 a. m-

Service.l-leld Set For miserly' amount of fertilizer Week Prayer Meeting. and 7, p",,m.-Rv.. .Leland A _r ,4,,p.yrrr.n. :
FridayParents every month or so keeps most Pastor: Lester F. Richard ,Baker, pator.;
In Union Church '
Cold water Is ta son.
are invited to attenda plants happy. Thursday Visitation 10
boo. It shocks plants as badlyas a. m. and 7 p. m.
Mertie E. Newmans, 74. retired special! presentation of 'Op HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Ice water on an exposed
employee of the U. S. eration Teenager," 'sponsored tooth. [Highway 100 at Thermal NEW RIVER BAPTIST
:Postal! Department, died Friday by the Junior Woman's Club,
Sept. 8, upon arrival at on Friday, 'Sept. 13. The program Neophyte gardeners can grow of Training Union-6:30: p. m. Sunday School.. 10 a. oa.
Bradford County Hospital, fol- will be presented at 8 p. foliage plants-regardless Morning Worship-11 A. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
care-If they stick to Aglaone-
lowing a sudden Illness m. In the Woman's Club build Sunday School-10 a. m. Tralrflnr Union, 7 p. m. Evening
Mr. ing. ma Aspidistra Bromellads Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. Worship 6 p. m.
Newmans was born In
Dracaena .Wednesday night service
Starke on Sept. 5, 1894 the son "Operation Teenager" was Peperomla: or Sandervleria. Wednesday Night Prayer
Servces-7:30: m., Rev. Merle 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome
of the late Jack and Marcella presented at the high school These' and other "cast Iron" p. '
-Ik L. Parker: pastor
Edwards Newmans. He was' a last year, and the Junior Club ornamentals Will withstand Packham, pastor.

veteran'of World War I and amember feel" that it will- be of :Interestto abus ','low light Intensity, warm CHURCH OF CHURCH 'OF CHRIST
of the Union Primitive parents of the community to and cold rooms. ,Sunday: Bible Study 10

Baptist Church. hear the program In which Some of .the bugs that gnaw. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. n. m.; Morning Worship and

Surviving are his wife, MaudeE. three Inmates of the Florida or suck .the life from leaves of Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Communion' Service 11 m
Newmans of Starke; two, State Prison tell of circumstances foliage plants are red spider Services, 11 a m. and
brothers, T. T. Newman Jacksonville which resulted in their In- mites thrips, whlteflles, mealy 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Evening services 8:00.:

and Loys Newman prlsonment. bugs, scales and aphIds. In gen Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. I,. S. Wednesday Worship service -

Starke. The program Is open to the eral malathlon spray at ten Williams, pastor. 1 p. B. Minister Jack P. ( i..
Funeral Th.OeA b Go.appahl.d o,My h mfr world bf ipnodln HM knowMy ol Kh\has
services were held public and everyone Is encouraged day Intervals will atop an Insect ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL BeD. y
at 2 p. he mat mt*Hk ihrnond KM man M itifom)It IM Imi byhohthka.Ithh".NIth.N
m. Sunday in Union to attend. attack I
this gtoMtdhf h iKi ICM W God, M jownownl or to Some diseases to look for are DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH NORTHSIDK:
BAPTIST ond d.lr..dam.him., hold im will Thedar.) r
stem and crown. rots, leaf spots BROOKER fHuoMi u bmlloMr pitlih. MM
CHURCH horn a glad pint ah ultw 'w ihouU "t>poi tie Oiunk lit Itu ulit ol Nw wdlon 'y
Serving Florida powdery mildew and blight
The best treatment for !stem Sunday School. 10 a. m. Schedule of services: Sun N hlimdl ond Ml lomllr. liyond dm, however, ".q pawn thouU uphold end potIklpoti ,
Since 1950 and orown rots is tocut away Morning Worship 11 a. m. day School 9:45: a. m. Morn- .,:} ta Hw husk bxauw It Mh Hw hum obwl/ mans lilt,dnlh and dntliy. sir
& then Training Union. 8:30: p. m Ing, Worship. 10:43: a. m : lt.li.kkh okM irill M Un Im la l II.! t a a ihM ol God
all the tissue and
aIe. : g :mushy
: .. .
:; b4. Ad. Sat.
lMM'aP Evening SsCYfc*, 130. Rev.'Lacy '
spray with a copper.fungicide* Training salon 6:45: p. m.
"'- --- ...... I The leaf spot is usually halted Cbovway:: paator.BETHEL Evening Service, 7:45.: Mid '.V.V.V.V.V.V.V :;:

by removing the Infected leavesas week Prayer Service Wed
soon as they appear. BAPTIST CHURCH nesday, 7:45:> p. m
Mrs. Carolyn KJU Cordially Mildews are controlled by School
Sunday 10 a m.;
Eaves WH dusting the plants with sulphur.! Morning Worship, 11 a. m; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE 66"

Representative Wp WclCOMCSPh Blight has no practical cure, Evening Worship, .7:30: p. m.; Sunday School 9:4&: a. aL

984.5812 T It's best to burn an ailing plant Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICEUHAUL
Ton and Your before the disease spreads to Wednesday-Rev. J C. Heaters Youth Tellowship, 0 p. m.

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your others. pastor Choli !Practice Wednesday, RENTALS Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231
. Starke New lion The local county agricultural
agent Is a handy person to help MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL 8 p.m.Rev.. Tire Truing.
with a plant disease. Take hima Robert D. Huron Truck Trailer
The State of Florida branch! of the sick plant or a Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Headlight Adjusting
.whole'plant if possible. School. 11:00: a. m. Morning RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH' Complete Lubrication t

: It Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and .Many house plants like to be ,Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Schedule of services: Sunday Brake Service

To Acquaint You With Your City. set out of doors during' 'warm, Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Minor Tune-Ups
School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Wheel Balance and
sunny days. Of course, don't Services. 1st and 3-d Wednes- ;;':;':;;:':.

If place tender !plants in full sun nlght 7:00: p. m. familyNight. a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training 24-lilL WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
- you are new In the area a phone unless (they are. hardened first. Union, 8:30: p-m. Rev. Jack 1011 N. Temple Avenue

. call will brine you a prompt, visit Plunging the pots into the soil Union, 7:00: p. m. en1naWOI'shlp. Stolt. pastor.KINGSLEY PHONE 964-5899 Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ,
i imols.ture'
to rim the
top depth keeps
LAKE BAPTIST 210 S. Starke All Minor Repairs
. from your local hostess Please, give Inside the pot uniform
.- and keeps the plant roots cool- MADISON STREET
617 N.
Temple Ave.
her a caD! She has maps ,and many ,BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a. m. '
You might consider the out- STARKE BUILDERS
Sunday Morning Worship 11 in.
Sept. 15 Sunday a.
of-door Idea for
wonder/a plants during
free and gifts for you School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship Training Union 6:15: p. m.
vacation and ask
your a LAWSON
from local businesses. bor to water the :plants 11; Youth Choir practice 4:30: ; Evening Service 7:30: p. m. SUPPLIES, Inc.

rain showers are not at nellrh-I Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45Training : ; Midweek: Prayer Service. .

. per intervals< while Union: ; 6:15: ; WMU let Wednesday 7:30: p. m. come Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC. MARKET
'r Prayer_ Circle_ n_. 7:15: .: Evening us worship together. Rev.

.Worship, 7:30.: Allen Price, pastor. Complete Paint Supplies AND COLD. STORAGE. .
Buffet Lunch -
$1.25 ,
I Monday RA meeting 6:30. .t' "
Wednesday : PINE LEVEL BAPTIST and Sporting Goods We Specialize In Custom.Slaughter-! ,
Prayer MeetIng. '
11 A. M. to 2 P. M. ,
Sunday Bcnooi le ...
&J ., 7:30.: Church Choir practice a lPg Cutting and ''Wrayptag..
8:30.: Morning. Worship.' 11 a. n "Check With Us First"
FIRST UNITED METHODIST Pre-Servlcca! [Booster Banu: Buffet Dinner $1.75 p Prepared for Dt*+ g- .eM'
STARKE Young People azU. Prayer 219 Washington St. 964-5270 '.
5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE"AND "
I Sunday-Church School 9:45a. : ervtoel* 6 p. m. Bvenlnt ,

m.; Morning Warship, Ha.
Worship, 7 m. Midweek
0 1m.; 'MYF Snack \Supper 8 p. S. 301 North Ph. 964.7600 RETAIL
1m.; MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Eve- Service Wednesday 7:30: p Phone 964-7059
'ning Worship. 7:30.: m: S. R. Dowers D. D. pastor FLORIDA
I Monday-
District meeting at Starke, 7:30: CHURCH STARKE < DAD & BRAD SALES ,

Wednesday Younger Chil Sunday School, 10... m. EST NEW METHOD
I dren's Chotr. 3 p. m.; Prayer MorningWorship, 11 a. m. I MODULAR HOMES .

Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30p. : Training Union 7 p. m. Evening OMTROLOOMGUCO. CLEANERS
m. Wors:tip, 8 p. m. Prayer '
Thursday-Chancel" Choir Re- Meeting Wednesday, 8. p m.- S : Wide Under'N Ownership

hearsal, 7:45: p. m. Rev. Virgil Lovett, pastor. Also24.12 Ft- Wide .
Friday-Older Children's Choir Your Certified Master


: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers
a new car..with STARKE 03-: W.. Pratt St. Sunday Free Moth-Proofing _

I I Sunday School. 9:45.: Morning cervices: Sunday. School 10 Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
bank Auto Loan! .Free Pick-Up and
a a. rn. Preaching 11 Delivery
I Worship at 11; sermon. :'WboseI Inspections and Estimates and .Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 ,
I Image and Superscription; ?'' Training Union 5:43: p. m. 311 N. Temple Ph.,964-5704
Automobile prices and our quick, money- Training Union.' 815.': Evening Evening 'Worship, '7 p. m .

saving Auto Loan service couldn't be better I Worship 7:30.: ,"The choir will Everyone welcome .. Cider: '

-/or you-than they are right nowl I You I Yet present Untold"The a missionary Greatest Story cantata A..Q. Flynn pastor. I WILLIAMS BRADFORD.ABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery

are sure to get the most for the least with I by EUgene Clark. FIRST CHRISTIAN CUUBm JEWELRY CO.
TUesdaY'1'J\e'\ ,W34V Wm be Sunday Services: Sunday I and Market
of bank Auto Loans.
one our Come inl I In
charge.of' Season ,of,Prayer School 9:45: a. m. Morning
I for' State Missions. at the Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening: Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries-Meats--Feed
church 9:10.:: m. Junior ,Service, 8:30: p. m. Midweek
;, Choir practice: 3:30': p. m. Service Wednesday, 7:15: p. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems (GAS AND OIL

Primary choir practice 4:20.: m. Charles Reese, minister BULOVA WATCHES
FtlORIDAMember' : I I WednesdayMtd'eeli:,Pi.y Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards:

I er Service 7:30: p. m. The ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
Brotherhood will be) in chargeof CHURCH STARKE
., .. ." I Season of Phone 961-7061 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881
'- Prayer for State ,. Sunday service: PHONE 964-5312
: .m' ; :""B: AHf, ( !Jfr. :STA: lflE, : Missions. Church Choir practice 8:30: a> m. Holy Eucharist

t, I 8:30: p. m. 9:30: a... m. Church School. I
-W A. Hogan pastor. 10:30: a.. m. Family.Service CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

Federal: Deposit Insurance Corp. (Holy Eucharist ,,,1st. and 3rd Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members
One of 30 Bank. of the Florida National Group LABEL MAKEAS, bass Sundays; Morning Prayer Sod I Better
,$9.95- Rradfert Ceeaty Tele and 4th Sundsjs\ .w I Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911 nlleetlon f.i 2$3'i"If : '

graph. Ph. D84' M&. J. Thomas Staab, Rector

a .

1. I.

,. c \ ..' ..

1" .=, -- .,,, .. .. .,-:.:',, ,:.II\\,..,._'_,_-.....:.:.-:-._, __:= ,_,".-.,, ..... : :.. Jr JI;:. o,, -. ", .m,', :. = :,"-, ,,::-, ,-, -:=- = ,'.. ",.. ......._.: _.," ,-, =,: "'= --" ':'-' ":: ". : ."'''' > .-::-r: :---'-" "J=:- --: = .". m).:. ,."" --.S.' y: -.- = '....: : :


_ _ _ _. .
-' -- -- -- -- --- "-- .. -----
.. .' ....

,. with'S. Sunday James. I letter knock off for this week ',spent 'Sunday: wlfl( > (Mr. and Mrs. I \Uftrtbor 11168.mated ; uitifiutes, liu, filed laid c..itiflciilotl -- IViunly.: to tliu County, Judge otHradfortl 05.- MAIII rll.l,'
home :
I Mils, lid Jay ut Ki-p- t; ,,. Tota I IHX dvt-d- t tu b" ", ,f'ouiity. Klorldu HI hm I I You, are. hnruliv ,,nn.tirit tIa'n.I ,
Alfred and!Mr. Olbtw went I But.maybe we can get.' together James Rosier I t.mb.r, 1868. Issued thereon.. The certificate I office In the Courthouse of laid ; k1.a"vI'"
back 'an4 caught 12 of those I igain and talk some more Mr. end Mra. H. SB. Priest. tarn Charles A. Darby number. and year .>f Inauance, County at Stark. Florid, with .ltAJI"ku" .
VOICE of theSPORTSMJti Clerk of Circuit Court of the description of the propertyand In six calendar month from the filed their sworn petition riff'
Loth Looss|>>'Lonnatlck8.'" Mr. "football talk" real eooti. So. and' 3MiCk. .and' Allen Norton Bradford County Florhl"541U.26. the name" In which It wan' time, of the first publication oftlila the adoption of LIsa Qaya Tucker -
CUbbs weJ\t. last Thursday\\ and that killn another ;week for ''us. visited Mrs, Priest: taioth- &- aiHetiHcd,, aro a* follow: '. notice. Bach; claim or demand a minor, In the above Court
Oillfli-Hle. No.. 141. rear. of shall bv In writing and and cause, ; and you, are hereby
caught) 14 Bass of Cour.se ,he until next week "good bye and er; P.' H. IDI3r; and family in HOTK'R OK APPLICATIONFOH lemiant-d 11IHH. Deill, ".tlt..i ot Mush state the place of residence notlfliMl, and,,, required' to file
bad to back J(limit 10 gooJ 1 luck!I" Cedar Key Smuky-.afternoon. TAX IIKKUH0. Property" com at N N cor ...tRWI. and.. none. office HildrxHa.. of the. your answer on other defense to-
"ByMike .tI\1Qw" -. of NVV1-4 OT 8WM-4: run ,i-ltilnmnt, hlit aK.nt. his attorney said petiLnrn, with the tinderHlffned -
Plr: 'person} per day)'. BesidesaliUiosf. Thursday. visitors. of Mr. and I IfrLKI. P.M.!! W. to NW cor of Kly 2.78 A for and any mien, rlaim or damn Clerk of the above Conrtv
;' we've been Mr Pl rcei, Orewa were his NOTICE IS. HKRKHV OIVI3N PB w 60' 08160'< 1 r.O'. NIOO' "' nd not HI* filed, she. II b" and ...r"e n copy thereof upon
Chitty ;> 'Bass w that Mr. W. H. Alderman : to POM. 1:1.: .... I 10S22INama: Kuch: clnlin to be fllutl i In ,l,, Holll. V. Knight attorney for
Phone 4752171HI oatcbingn ntee Bream- off from Brothfcnl-ovlaw* wwt l8"'t" r".IMr.1 the boWer of the following; In which asHfiwed Mid $tate cate accompanied'' by filing Poiiiloners, P. O. Drawer 1'Stsrke .
docft. Some of the Copperheads -) 'LAir-ff fI\nd\ 'Mrs W. H.;Richardson ot certificate ban. flied Maid, ce''"- Homes.. All or unld uroperlybnlnK :of One: Jlollar, (1.00)). y"ltl'j Florida : all on or before
our : Iftlr"... for a tax deed to he In the County of Hradforil IRUrnca (O Oonnell An October let. Ill, ,US. otherwise. the
-- "'" ..... and' BlueQ'1l\s\ are bigger .'adte <*'wk-j Tte1r'IIIOI1.,[ W. 8. lulled% thereon. The certificate .. StatP of Florida.. UnleH mlnlntrmor,. of the allegation of nil petition maybe
nom b... and year of Issuance, certificate certificate, Mamie\ Hloodworth Cunnell taken confessed, by
let's <$renrf''Jack: on 1Jle. and; D. such or HM you.
.sports fans. this ia your' the rain. My father. James\ than your{hand. Well. see Buz BisnohardAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAkA' the description of the property .hall be redeemed. ,-oordlnic, to deceased. ,
By *
been .N.WI' 'ora' M Autufrndals were and the In which It This notice shall h" published
..back with Uncle what .otbei- people have name wa law the *" i limich 8-29-4t-9-111 .
rolling-fisher Alfred\ Hudson., and I .assessed follow .d;. r.rlYor : : once each week for the next
I aueet4."on Monday Mrs. are all te'tltiat.awIll
srtjypar Issue
dolr.g-. four consecutiveweekly *
the sports new. I really, )hated went fishing SaturdaY. and : CertifIcate No. 142. Year otIneuanre be Hold to the hlfrheHt bidder -
tTIIR ("lIce'II'r fnii; I ]
torotherl-n-law, and sLstarHn14'w1
column,, rOI1\ .Grlffb\ .' Lodge (east. shore C1' 10611. DescrIption ol at the court bonne ,door on .
not having a you near drowned In the ratn. Just h CHURCH'ACTlvTrm \ (01TV.. Kl.Oltn W1TNJ-HH: my hand and the
week. but the.\pnes:\ :' Santa Fereports\ ) that the Bass'i L :' '*teter; Mr. and Property 1 lot 148' *q. In SW the flret !Monday\ In Month of ..\. I)lb I I. Afriov( MO. ::11\11. Heal of snld Court at fttarke' .
last as : as
all we started fishingwe Shell-I I Grace !Methodist: Sunday Mfls.< W: H> Prtntfl& *: of AuburtvCharlea -uor of SWV. of NW'4 otSWW. October. 1MIX.!) whichla the 7th IN HKt Admitlnn <>.r I.I.HA 1.\VH Flurldit.'. thin 22nd day. of Au-
that noticed know there, wasn't. caught 2 Bass at one time. on are-'stlU bIting. and the ( School 9:45 Morning'Worship Sec. 10 T-7-H: H-32-10. day of October 10(18.( l'1'<'KK.lt CO'l'ltM minor., KUSt. 10A8.
much at all last 'week.< So it worms (plastlc. cracker, : are still on', the sand a. m. dnieepent.sorn. 1Jm.! with. litem. :NKnie In which aaaoBHed. Hay- Hated thla. Srd. day1 of September !TOF .\u"p'ru.\i HI'IT /ChHrlea1'! A. arby.. Clerkof
)., .
.Then It ,
camea !at 11 and 7:30: p. m. Bible ion.. iiMn Hall. All uld property bnnif ", 1068.) 'rilH HTATM 0.. FI.OIIIDA TOKATIH the Circuit Court Brad
was at the end of my other good old fashioned toad bars. R0M! Griffin was fairly Study at they 8 m. Carter,who is stat ( In .the County. of HiHdfor Indian Beach News strangler ( busy last ;'week.. ha guided four parsonage a. ed at Cherry Point; N..C.. i spent; 4tHt Of 11'1.' .. lei.... fPlOHH' HIICll, Clerk' of t'lrclllt Court of 50:1.1.kn: ""t... TOMMYvri (COURT fBAL.)
column complete with thunder .
Thursday.:: Choir practice 7' p. certificate or certificate nliall Bradford County. Florida. II ''ni M .'I'I' H I I. MOTIIKH S H.-jt.-4t- -1'
because all that rain kept most and lightning and messedup days. He guided Mr. Zellner of Wednesday.; MYT 7:00: p. m. the wefeketat wltMt ts'Mother he r.'I.1' according to law, ':..*>. 9-5-4t- -20 .
JackaonvUM. and Mr. Cone of .Mm Lola Carter,.and. other re!. the property deacrlbed" In Huchcprtlflrate I
home. There Id not -
people an everything. Uncle- Alfred The WSCS met Tuesday of last I t or vprllfU'atP, will .
abundance: of fishing1' news this lost three worms to fish and St. Augustine and they caught atives. ;Ibe gold to the highest lildder at V IN f TIIH COI'IIT' 0V. TIIM
I ; week with Mrs. H. C. Wainwright : (-Oi'S'l'Y ..IlllXilH1IAI: )F..III.
,, THEATREShO'wtlWeekda
t the ,:
'nrt hoiiHe door '
(' on tbei
week either. but maybe I can even though Father didn't lose 9 Bass; Roy guided"Mr. Bar. presenting the ,program. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch visited I first Monday In" \Month of Ocitober. .<',,rni-MTY' ).-|..Ollln.rRO.- FLORIDA

wing it and give you somethingto any worms,., he really had trouble ringer (who has bought a The next meeting will .be herd his brotherJrA-lvw and: slater 1968!!, which l lit the 7thdi II\TK.IIKl 1t8. ot1.111'1'
read. hooking- those rascals.. As place oh (he north shore of The :JKSW and Mr W. P. Smith, y of'Oftohpr, 1968.r I .1I.nouWO"1I C'O' "aI., He-
17. newly
I ooi Tuesday. Sept. Dated this 3rd day. of Sopteinbrr 7 Sunday 3i:t03. Saturday I.
My family has been doing a for myself.\ caught 1 Bass. out Santa FeJj)'; and they caught 8 organised\ circle met Tuesday In (PalaUcatxm Sunday:: ; 1968. eeasrd.NOTICP1. TO CHKItlTOIIM

little fishing lately., despite all of 2 strikes: and rwe came Bass., .J.; nlgftt at the home of Mrs. Arthur : Mr*. George Roberts With hersister. rit-rk of Ohai-li("$i.ttIt, A.Court Darhy of TO: All Credltom. and J'eraona ,I I FRIDAY, SATURDAY SEPT. 13, 14

Shipmates'Camp (west shore Green. ., .Mr*} Pearl Booker of Bradford County. Florida.NOTICPI Having 'Clalnin. or Demand. il

Santa Fe) only reports that the I First Baptist, : Sunday School Deland spent laisi week at New U-5_ -9-24 AII'IIln"t You' nnd Said each' Rutate of you: are hereby I 3 FAVORITE FEATURES

Specs ate'running large.on the notified and required to pre- ,
,0:45: .a. m. Worship 11 a. in.and Smyrna! Beach.Woodburn. OP ..APPLICATION Cent any claim and demand ''I
GAINESVILLE brush-pilea' > and are biting ear- 7:30: p. m.. Training-: Union I" < FOR TAX ItKKU which you or either of you, NO. 1 ? "NO.2 5
1 It tn the.morning and late in 8:30 Midweek services' S.... 184.11.. K.S. may have airalntt. the estate' ofMII3 I I
: m. HeadsGurnyCarnpaign ,
the evening. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. that Mr. W. R. Aldprman ,. deceased late of Bald f
Slln's Flsh-'n-Stuff (Key. Church of God: Sunday School the holder of the following

stone) report that Tom WI!. 10 XI! end
a. m.. Worship a. m.
Business Directory 'Hams caught a 9'> .pound Basel 7:30: p. m. YPE Wednesday 7:30: In BradfordNolan I ;

l Lake Geneva: and John m.
L. Woodburri
Stewart caught a' 7-pound 13-
i Highland Baptist: Sunday Drive-In
jeweler. has 'been named\ chair
AUTO SALES oz. Bass In Silver Sands Lake. School 9:45: a. m., 'Worship 11 a. '
I MEN'S WEAR 'I'I1 'ma.1i-'of U!>a Bradford.: County
George Schaeffer of Keystontfk. 'm.i and 8 p. m.. Choir practice: Committee for epub1l.can.Con-.
BRASINGTON "\1 4 ,dol '!. i took his brother-in-law 7 p. m., Prayer services Wednesday Edward J. Ourney'e

STAG N ,out to'arblm, < how to fish gressman
8 '
DRAG ;p. m.
OLDSMUBOJi: campaign tor the v S. Senate.
i with: SMners: in Lake Geneva. We :regret to note that Mitchell SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN

8ALE81/1I1EBVlOJD/ S StanJ y'Blacked 'Coat* I Weft, OeoTgadid/ a nice Job ofdemonstrating. i Brown\ and his mother Mrs. I Woortburn served In Velmllulcapacity ADMISSION: Adults 75e Students 60c STARRINQ
Tina Belectlon! of Ced Oars Arrow I twvyeara ago when he
While fishing, i Pervls Brown, are patients :InBradfOl'd Children Under 12 Free
Taken On CwIUIaa Trade
the Ktrkao ernor
SweatersVoter George caught: a 10-pound It (Hospital in Starke.rhey RENNIE '
8001 N.W. 13th Ph. 878-8301 aaw4s'3MserIMene/s. artorNO.
S Committee In (Bradford'County.
Jacket Bass. "Congratulations to FRI. SAT. SUN.
oz. Appreciate the thought SEPT. 13, 14, 15
Ladle.) Sportswear and Is currently: servtniC as 1dL S
CRANE George. and prayers of their friends. Doublet Feature ProgramS
chairman of th* Governor's advisory ... a
All you football fans (including Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
a Storm IS W. University 8SIilIEUSrlui3 aaT
committee for this coun _
and Gainesville Mall me) are obviously in for Wainright last week were their r
Authorized Bales A Servlos some real exciting action this son and daughter-in-law Mr. ty. < 3

2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 from what I 'can tell from preseason and Mrs. Clyde Wainright of ,
MOBILE HOMES games. Otis Melton. andI Eaton 'Park and Mrs. WJ, -
Crane Imports 'Precious la the sight of the
had a nice sneak-peak at the right's parents Mr. and Mrs.. .
ToHro" MO Austin Ilealey up-coming high .school. seasonat Jessee Starling, of Barton Lord ..M, *OW deathof His

600 E. University Gainesville .MUSTANG the High School) Football Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo was.. saints5 Psalms'11W5.. In our

Phone 372-4251_ Jamboree in Gainesville\ .last visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Din- time of sorrow there\" were so

,Mobile Homes Inc. Thursday night. The Bradford king last week and: Mrs. Jim many: -Mends and relatives that
Beauty Academy "
helped us in every way posal-
Burton Us spending this week S
(even though they I I COLOI Deluxe
ble. liT'the house flow- AMl5S.-.M5PsOOOfla by
POWELL'S Galnerville's Discount Mobil didn't score) were looking pret-- with them. Working .AftAVISIOIICOLOR ''''.'- ''IDtDmW

,Uoraa Bale ,Lot. ty good as they tied Ocala (a :Miss Arthiurlne. Blamctiard of era; kind thoughts .nd prayers. 'fOelu., STS

Beauty Academy Class AA team) and Palatka] Jacksonville spent the ''Weekend Our sincere thanks i go to eachof ...
you.- Special! : thanks toes .
Learn Profession In Your (who defeated Gainesville with Miss Enza: Blanchard. "
a SUN.IN.: TUES. SEPT. 15 16
As low as (100 down. ReV'' Merle Pscklum and Rev. ,
Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Mrs. Oscar S
Spare Time. Full or Part TIKia and have always been In trouble
4820 N.,". 18th 878-1349 Mel Hamel for their cooperation .-
Carter. and Mrs. Lois Carter
:219 N.W. 10th +. 878-2766 for Starke). The Tornadoea '
put on a fine display of defense were ivlslttaig .Miss Debby I with us. e- The family of PLUS J -

ELECTRIC MOTORS ', and were In scoring position Philllpa to. :Macclenny on Thursday Juanita S. Hlnson.PREVATf S SAYIOSAL Crsr5A Slefuers Pstoraia

PAINT & CLASS when the time ran'out.. I evening. I v :,'k JAMES GARNER DEBBIE REYNflLfl

ELECTRIC also that Palatka was Mrs. Eugene.. Starling anddausiter CEME'l'ERYCLEAN.UP' COUM8IA PICTURES .
can eay: i
dlrrl LEWiS I
Tammy have returned PLAN' fiuoni S MAURICE RONET
Motor Repair Co.v '"< :Liddell Paint & looking rough give as th.e ever Tornadoesmore and willprobably ,from a two-week 'ortelt !with hermother S At a meeting held last Sunday.' >

Of ., *- Tad.Repelsing1ewlndIng. Mrs. Laura 'Wolfe, end ,a goal of tl.OOO Tat th* purpose) "D&T 1 1S
trouble this On the
Glass year. ) RaiSE me.BrrncI
Co. the Cincinnati Ben- 'tmCherVand!' sisters in Dayton of claming and Improvement i
New and Used Pro-scene *.nd\ cleaiwxp program :has not ,
8816 N.W. 16th Ph'In.83t8Farm gate /who( played their! ,.first!;'iMnored'Ohio! .WSJle .there. they wen Seen' reached.'M. foterwUfd. ( pertSons LOWER.11I1'lllveR"u ''L Jar' ,
iwlttv family plonle. '
a .
Gra... Mirror SlidIng Doe regular season together PAUL LYNDEflE'wThM
game areurged *, ho 1OI1bh. do- :_ 5TECHNCOLOR'J ,
25 E '
Those attending.fciduded _
and IndustrialEquipment Tub En: Ioare -Shower Doom last Friday night-"were) looking, grandchildren and six great I' nations or help of any kino __ "'tochnlcclo"111I....'\ \.

Furniture, Topn-Wludows mighty good agates jSan Diego- grandchildren besides a great which will be greatly appreciated. /
up until the last quarter when ,'S _
Wlndows-Awnlns- All donations may be J
number at other relatives. They
Santa Fe Tractor,' they seemed to run out of { sent u- h*'Prevail Cemetery.

FORD 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 steam. I would say that they'll also stopped. by Atlanta and who visited ;(6.socation in cane of Mr.and! \
the !brother and family
Farm Tractor) Implements probably be giving a lot of live there. Mrs. Eddie, Lee Afcrtdgv.: R'.'1.

USED EQUIPMENT teams trouble this year so you Visiting ''Mrs.' Charlie :Manning I Box 441, Stairke, or call 964- 620.
BAUE3 PART SERVICE SEWING MACHINES might want to keep an eye on I
Sunday"were- her Cecil
on aon
4488 'N.W. 6th -' r6-a548 this team. I personally. am :
looking for many surprises this Manning. and fssnily: and her EZKRASE 'TTPKWBITEk

GARDEN SUPPLIES National Sewing year in all football. You might aon-in-law. 'Howard Martin and PAPER. :Mfaneo Paper.;Bond
son of Tltusvllle.] In the afternoon Paper. Notebook Fillers.''- OUt STOPsisvica
like to know that Dewey Warren -
Johnson & Fans, Inc. Machine Co., Inc. formerly of Starke Is the :Mrs.' Maimingvisited her Bradford Ooanty: Telegraph.'
mother !Mrs. Susie Padgett at
Complete Line of Bengals' quarterback; and
HomeNeloo Clay Hill. Mrs.Padgett has been
sEr.DsPLANTSIa..cthide.Pet PfaffNew Richard! Trapp.. a former FlorIda -

SopplielFER7ZERS Used and lteposesedSalesRepairs Gator ,Is looking good for 111.! NOTICR APPLICATION"
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett
the Buffalo Bills this year. Well H.... 194,19, V.5.
AB Makes were visiting: in Jacksonville: on NOTICE'} M: HBKBBY CUV.
"W. Rent Fertilizer spread en' folks I could go on and on Tuesday of last
224 N.W. BUt Ph. 872-0476; 611 W. rnlvernlty S18-1S50 about football. but I guess I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier I certificate the holder ha of filed the aId following certificate Mooilf )

*- for a, tux deed t.. be
--- (.sued thereon. Tho' certificate __
number .nd year of luanoe d
th. deaorlp-tlon of the prop.rty.and. __
69 CHEVROLET.TRUCKS'' the name In which It wee
Here .....e..d are a* follow' : I'"

Certificate. No. H!. Year of
Imuanoe." 1906. Description( of
Property Com. IDa Ft. B of NW 1L4LL4JI
OOP. of NI>M of NBH and run a low
Chevrolet' truck.l 135 ft for FOB then run W 106 CASH riici
Now there ,
are even more reasons why is more ft. S 8 ft H 106 ft. N to FOB
Hue: 30-T-7-H. R.JJ-BJ. Name in
-- which aaeemied Vernon J. Foryth. -
------ ---- ---
All 1 of eald property belnar
In the County of Bradford,
-1 mate: of Florid Unless such .
certificate or certificate hall\ .
be redeemed aooordlnff to lawthe
*1x property deitcrhbed In such I I
Th- certificate or certificate will, IMMIDIATICOHsr.UCnOIt
,. I be .old to the hlhn.t bidder at I
th. court bouee. door on the
fIrst Monday In Month of Ootober ,
'. 1960. h I the) 7th day
of October ::8.1. i A NEW HOME ':::' .

Dated thl* 3rd .day of September I .. __ Roe-

mas.Charle, ; A. Darby I WILL NEVER COST LESS ....... J

Clerk of Circuit, Court of '
iI -'-. Bradford County, Florida '

'. -- S 2 I |OW M6NTHIYrAYMINI New home costs hays Increased substantially' sTnce t just ,last year' ,and the trend

I. I I'fOTICIC..J. ..::"TAX APPLICATION nBJCDSee. : I will continue. Take advantage of present values. Buyat fada 's low prices-

NOTICE: la 1V4.IS.HURKUY S'S. oivEN. and watch the value of your home Increase as construction costs rise* .
that Mr. W. It. Alderman S ,

the holder*. for* ha of a* tax filed the-': deed Iftfllawhiscertificate 'maid: to-.:certificate be ,lk @ fM\f: ){ [1 tW1 g gUIHOI'YlAU'

-' _ _ U issued Uiereon. The ..rtlfcai! V- \ U -IJJ;
number and year of issuance

_ _ ,_ and the description the name In of which"the property wa PAT The lack of mortgage
aftaRed. art ,aa follows S'
CertIficate No., 101.. ,Tsar of money won't be a problem1
Issuance. 1984. Denorlptlon'tofProperty .
Com at NW car 0'IIWI. choose
,1Here' ,\ 4 -. -- ; -. of 8W1-4 and. run 13 whenyou
MONK STYLI 810 Ft., 0. 110 Ft.. for POD
the bold new look run W. SO Ft., B. 100' B"t... H SO Jim Walter to build
In pickups-Chevrolet's I1id IIf Ft., N. 100 Ft. to* FOB 8...,. U'r.odRll
B. Name' In which TOP oiMirrrMAIIAIAU
handsome new hood pro ; U: Hartley. All- of your new home,
file. new aluminum grille. 1! palS< property beingIn the
new' Interior trim colors! I County ofBradford.. State of
You get cab and FleetiOe Florida. unlee. ,urh certificate I. Millions .are available
or certificate. shall be redeemed -
pickup box that are
doubi! wall double strong. property' according deaorlbed la to uch law 9ffmttlfleate the .. for mortgage financing

America' most popular or certificate will b* ..2pecA.a4t:48ttE&i:
pickup Is more truck than old to the .hfo'-ton': e at i, tg
ever ('or '691 th* oourthouw the flrwt'Mondwy Why wait ?
-l In'. .M<>ntll': of October,, CO9UUIOU Cottag SS
MOM LCHOTM IDS*, ,whlmb, I. .the 7tb .day of'FOR ilg/rzoNs./ ,
N:69FI..id. pickups ,.. ""S

provide cargo boxes up to FINANCING .BUIITON YOUR PROPERTY
% ,
BVi It long-haul bigger( MOM comrom MOKC POW MOM MM FOB THE NONe GLASS

payloads or King-sized New. more comfortable New work owerf A splr. Low-cost Chevy-Van 'deI JACKSONVILLE FINISHED TO ALMOST ANY STAGE OF .
I are 'with ited new 3 Ocu..n.18. Is livers loads of _
camper bodies! For work seats designed economy :: KYKRY ..ulon'rtlirrors FLA. 32205 I' I
, or play, you-get.the ridmolded 'fosm.'Thick In.uItandarel In medhjm-duty with.big Sixes 'or work- INTERIOR S COMPIETION S JIM WALTI CORPOHATIOM. SI I ,
hushes' road noise. V8 models; Order IT for VS. Nlmbfe 3281 West Beaver St. -'
ing smoothness' of worklahon whipping I '
Moll tile sifted) .
proved Independent Front Bump leveling coil springs pickups/' tool)' And there's maneuverability In treHle ; P. O. Box 6248 #' f ( neareM snul I (
knew shed
Suspension the economy al t all four wheels on most big V8 power In heavymakea light of big loads. PH. 388-1383 4 I I would til*to ee.e yw
of Chevy truck power. Plus models smooth the way. welghts.t Crievrolet gives Now available with' 3. FOR IvY PURPOSI -.' ItnomTne; plon. Pleme teed *i* s free catalog.lmlnlfMdln .

easier "and ling. More comfort! you plenty of workpowerl speed Turbo Hydrs-Matlc. A' '; I *:.. O Home Q 3 Collage
... SHEAS? OCALA. FLA. 326703001'South I'4' "*" _

M_5k.w.4.t""""., ._ Pine St. _, fnp S i iP1110.

J I I GLASS CO. ; Box 954& 5i3 )CITY- -STAT! I

More trucks are Chevrolets because ".._.*.clet is more truck! iiiix1S 171.4313- m-415 : 622-8118 Call. writs, or stop by today I I Ix

\ III* N.W. 4Hi Piece y ptapsiiyh Iet h .County. I
,; _


1 .f S 1,

" .-.- .- .-. r---.p.Ir-----------. -. --- --. -5--- S _

---. -- -- -- -- -'- - -- -- -- -- -- --- -- --------------- -----.- -.-.-------------- ..------.--.-
I ..,, .. :: ,.. = :: ... : : "h.'W'= :::: .,. : .:.:= :: .: :::-. .::: :: : : .... .. .,.. .-.,. .,--=. .., n..... .... "'" .." ., .. .... ".,... ... .'" ". 0 'w ,.. '''''' '' .- ..e..'. .... .

BECTIOV > PAGE FOUR "fOlIO'IJ .!InI.TII n __-- ........wvn.. ........"...........'..., ............_.,,,.._". .........n..nvt..._..... ....... ......nm..n4V.. .... !.CfTPT.-- -.. 19. !.. 1M.---

Colored Citizen



-...Notice We solicit, Citizens your! help In trying i

better to make place our city In which and county to live.a tAA1jj iI J Jr iI I

'Our. young people are very ,
concerned with conditions to ..
"our community. Adults and
.. .
parents must become more Involved
In the different aspectsOf 's
community life. Whatever
.you are called upon to do, if I.
possible please do so.
The Youth Improvement Organization "
Is asking the participation
of all the community
.3 well as members to please : yam. r .
.attend meetIng rv t .
a very Important '
on Thursday night Sept.
.20, at 8 o'clock at the Reno Recreation OOID MCOAl..lltntl I w/$3. or moro pwrchot excluding '. '

ents are Center.concerned If you about aa par the ::: 5 IB, 49f ,

!recreation facilities !in Reno . BAG
..your cooperation will be deeply ,
appreciated. Off. DIE SOUTH..limit. 1 salad droning your chalc w/J. or moro purchase..dudlny' ctgarott --
The NAACP is working to : ,. 7

get t every person registered to SALAD DRESSING. 39all. a E'a +
vote. For information contact : ,
Mrs. Annie Jane Bell Mrs. M. .

'J. White. Rev. Lennon. Shlrlle KRAFT...limit 1 Mlad droning your cholc w/S3. or mora purchai*oxcludlng tl..rc.e
:Brown. Hampton or Elizabeth

G.will Walker.be furnished.Free transportation MIRAClri 'V HIP 49

All young persons! 21 years of 000,00
and who have not register
age Jumbo
ed please contact Miss Shirley
.'Cohens and committee to give TOWELS..3/LTU) JA FISH 4S.No. I : '"
''ou the needed information. ;
Free transportation will be pro- M3 Con DUMONTI FRUIT No. 303 Con GRKM OIANT ,.

.vided."All. COCKTAIL.
4/I.! KSHrNS7$1.
Interested adults are Invited .
to join the classes at the No. r'* Con THRIPtY MAID StICID A 4
"Vo-Teo Center. Register at the .
/ '
office In person or call 964- PEACHES ... 7$1. PO'T'ATOES 1 $ ., : \
5344. Everyone needs educational ,
Improvement 44-01.. THRirrv TOMATO Slot. IIIAC LIQUID
\ Head Start Survey :
The Summer Head Start program 3/l. Anf
which:! has been carried tw, .
on'locally by the Cubb AgencYfor
the past three summers is ,

for children who will enroll in ''r v-D RAc sN'. 't1'1 1 "Wj ..jA t( t'r %6 ry0 ,{ Ft' dlA3r+Fdd ''' ...' .
kindergarten or the first grade r !i ?z+;,: N.ANaX "y ,, : \:: QUANTITY RIGHTS
in September. To help make a A CI w fit'. S ',.,: .".. .'.....Sv.liAND".), Jl.;; W'NN.DIX'RESERVED-PRICES... GOOD THRU SEPT. 15 \ .
H .TO" ,
S j : INC-COPT510Nr-T.: .. V
plans for the summer Head $ ,5,4 SAJ0WE| a WhIt. a 'Iu. A"OW.. .. ;; .
.. \ e} ; .Llmlt 1 .nt .w.Il
Start Program in 1969 parentsare fMh: ".CIt..ln( / j ; ; '" W/$5 or mor. ..clull'n.' clgartHMPINIRRIIZI ::
b. .
asked to inform the Schoolsor ArPLI(1 ?A .. k RirUlZi'6C"!# A "fWtrt'V: P1 H i\\(',,; '*
-through,,contact Dorothy Cubb Hankerson Agency for q >a'I w1fb.Ra rt1 ,d f.t i U K.:. f 4 /.; r v ?r 7..t tt rrt'r t DETERGENT 49 g

; i .s. . .
Information. Letters will be .S ,8
.mailed to you when it Is made r7. 1't1'EA'K' ; I : Ot....limif I daw..M your cholc. w/$5.or men purthap .cludlng .. T 1 t
known that you have a child to Jy
enroll. Miss Hankerson would '
like to visit you and talk about Aa1'3xd F pt .y. ,' ,to :: : J\iS\,\! \.! JiJ4i/f1.;; { 59 ...
the Head Start program. ,"' . ,, t
? .i ;$' ORADI "A"
Ebenezer Bapt'st Church t s a 1N :'} \\iI:
,fe'!v. Carlos Burnett pastor. J; j MEDIUM
Sunday School: 10 a. m. Morning EGGS 2 oz..ftli ,1Lt

service at 11 Evening ,
service at 8:30: with Holy Com'jnunion. d a a a ,y.J 6O.Cto k&UN1X FAMILY PAP.
The Senior Choir will at K/I /10-1''". ..Hi nni '

serve Sunday; 2 2"tff -Mw Htx*.,aart Jf t: 4 ,, i .. Napkins.

members The Pastor are grateful officers to Rev.and e .r ... Or Charcoat.-S9ii-: : :+:t

2..... .. .
AURORA 6- ''.12-51. Cane
Johnson of Waldo and Rev. BATHXOOJ4 i SCHLITZ : i
Sampson and their congregationfor Limit Two 6 .or man purchoM ox. clg.

Anniversary service program.!rendered on the TissUeM... 23* r:: .G

The (Senior Choir is asked to ...T,
be present! Sunday in! Waldo to

witness a Choir Anniversary. _.. .. .
"- ,,. '.. 0"1
'.IV ; { ,
Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church Rev. Lewis Mc ,I"< 'e.4GERiONE"( ,'' .ruYvyt4F1t 4 .. "-
a ;
1} R ,
Kay pastor Monday night) 4 ri II I II'
.. ? .
t R ,
Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board L'i t1 ,. rRMUMPTy .
HO 2 will meet. Tuesday night f tjl if>kt- \' :-- r..,.. ..1.
Choir No. 1 will meet. Wednesday .tfiJ, ,. If .
night Prayer Meeting. ,r f... ...". .,'
Thursday night. Story Hour at sA MLA tl'fJ 3D'-CE1.t/"1' iA<..-v-.! ,r) Aa \
the Church and Ladles Circle. ; [ '
Friday night Prayer Band firi H
f :
meeting. Sunday School at 9:30.: _______ : P CHES ? .
Morning' service at 11. Evening 1' .. .'s'5* '&'" *
4tvice, 6 p. m. Visitors are always !. t7 n. t : :,' t..M'- ; .

Greater welcome.Allen Chapel AME I I.SisJF9\ ; |: :

Church Rev. L. A. Sampson. .. y. ;< ,o ,w 4' ,
The pastor and congregation .!
WJU render service at Philadelphia "'% je' .:r* UUY. .OfJEvr '
t ; rt1
: '
/ <;tt5p.SSMi!
Missionary Church Friday 'tW ONF ,
night at 8 in Lawtey. AH +C *4"7 e N r ,y 11 s fr
members are asked to pleas.. ce 1E tE :'

cooperate with this activity. > "' '"..... AA' .,' .
,Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn.
ing service at 11. The Choir
Union Anniversary will be held
at'a p. m. All members and
friends are :invited to hear VINt-RIPt1UMw 4
1 '
Gospel singing. Evening service r .
.Rev. Richardson Presiding 3/ $
V r U
Elder of the West Jacksonville 01 1 .
h i
District will be here Sunday. U.S. No. 1 V RIOULAR WHIT) c
Sept. 22. All officers and members .
are asked to please be f .
ready.present and have the reports mS..10G 5' lr

are sincerely grateful to : -
friends and neighbor for their '.
many kind acts of sympathy i1 ,.A
during our sad bereavement
Our, ; appreciation cannot be adequately
expressed. Ida Sue Dye U.S. No.1 V.nf-Vu RIOUtAR WHITI RED DELICIOUS _

and children. J Potatoes 20 :&: 99*Apple' *. 4 :&: 59' JyUd. g. S htl

STARKEr .N.. 1 PILLOW U.S. No. 1 M.." lag W..hln.lon Ru Mt. I.klne. .; I I '

;r BUSINESS Onions.3 BAG 29* Potatoes 1 10 BAG 69' J ,. .


DIRECTORY Lettuce. .. 2/49* Hcl1eyde\vs..69t. 4 ,l ,L w

AUTO SERVICE ................... .
:; -S. ------------------------en n ............ .
Gilbert S. Brown I I rfl EXTRA .. r ,1 EXTR :''rrrv EEX.TR ...+Gg'l=_:: I:: All kder
I I EGXT 1 : b'ffitvd. iT
Standard. Oil ATLAS Servtea Station il I' dN lM !!H.t!: STAMPS 1: d1 l..tZEENSTAMPS 1i I I .! [_GREEN M.>M munm STAMPS ww MMO.UAHT : I I dx_GREEN STAMPS- i
.. '
( .G/x W O..ND J'" .0 WMOI.C Olt CUTUP A TON TCNOllPl' : ]
'- Budget> TemM--Road Service .I/ Shrimp Burgers .1: 5 Beef Steokettes :, ,.../ Fresh Fryers.. :.1 Prune Juice 'i O,,, Smoked Ham 54 t .. .
\ Phono (4-7071 Seam THAU trr la i r.T : r
I I .
.00"T""U"'T.t. GOOD THRU T.tll"1" oooo"H"u..III OO9 THRU .5IT. 18 q.I..I
4 7 N. Temple Stark.HURST'S .. ... :: : ::::: ... .. ...n.... ::.o::: :'::':..w.. .u_...... '.'.:::M:::::-::.:_. ... ........ : .::: ::...... :::.;. .__ : ......... .: :::..... :-::. ..?

: .I..I EX.TRP4 : IEX.YRA. : .... .: :f 1EX.--R .1 EXVRA.- -

SHELL :: nr d'K..GREFN i:! STAMPS ::[1' I I dM!.: GREEN!' : .STAMPS_ ::1:I I bTt..GREE.' STAMPS.! :: I dN l GREEN. STAMPS I dxGREEN.:";" ". STAMPS : '
TWO S 01. KQ.. : 1 ;' I : w 4
Service Station I LB PMa W O MIVANO : TAO O C. INS :/
.oa. 11.01.
:.05. Oils :li 441 Onion .1 ..u 4. .0. L. MCAt Ran FLV a :. i w ,
Lubrication Rings Beef Steakettes Sandwich
:) 1'.L.t!: ;; ::1 I ,-1\:>, :' .::::.' Bags : SDroyr.uLnSlorch N Mosquito Spray + ;J ,
Goodyear Tire ft: Bat__ : .. OOO.... .TH5UIIPT... ... .. IS :1 I of x5000.rHNu.IPT.. .,,,19 Iu500b THNU.ICT. IS d I seep TMHU .C PT. 19 I OOO THNV ...rT. 19ai : v ro
101 nOAO and 100 SERVICE- Stark. ......................."....... :............. .-.r.-" :, _. .......... ...... ...w............... .:,..........".,....... ..... ...._._._........ ......... .H:.: ::::. :;:.:.... .:


j.... .

.. .. .

_'lw, -r--ir.--I----- --Lkr-- uuuvri i.r iwrr-rrru s Jj -.

,> .,jjJ. ""
,, .c



-:. .- "




; "
Women Golfers Keystone's 6th Sportsman's Club, Lease DebatedPolice I .

Keystone Hilites Map Social Plans Invitational

For New Season Starts FridayThe

By JIM FOX Members of the Keystone Keystone Heights' Golf St Force Under Fire
Please, Phone In Your Items 473414WOMANS Women's Oolf Association are Country Club will sponsor Its

., busy' coordinating plans for Sixth Annual Invitational Golf

their business and social activities Tournament<< on Friday, Saturday
CLUB NEWS be Accepted toy !Mrs. Albert toe the new :year. and Sunday, Sept. 13. 14,
The "Back to School" card Bachman.. chairman and Mrs. The regular. monthly meeting 15, according to Lee> Stephenson
party 'ami luncheon sponsored John Bird. and tournament was held last club' pro. At Keysto Council MeetBy
by the Keystone ne
Heights Worn- JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Thursday. The organization' A Pro-Am Tournament will be
'8n's Club, will be held Friday' The Junior Woman's' Club will sponsored a Blind-Partners held Friday with! teams couslsting -

Sept. 20 at the Municipal: Build- meet Thursday evening. Sept, Tournament for the 18-hoto) golfers of a pro and. three amateurs.The -
Ing. : U. The meeting will be called to match NORM. MORGAN not fulfilled required obligation villas maintain traffic safety required in the ,
and a regular was first: round (qualifying) of : lease signed by brary system that the city had
School will start At 10.<... m. A I order at 8 'p. m. in the Clay, held for the 9-bole golfers.In the invitational wfll take place, Council members faced: a (If duty to the community The program, warrants, for arrest, the club April 1967 and -a motion ''paid $500 to library utilities fund
cafeteria style luncb! will be Electric Conference Room. the 18-hole group the team consisting of ,18 !holes, medal I engthy >agenda of general business police department maintained ,at receipts on vehicle fines and was made to terminate all bust and earmarked ''another $500 for

served at noon. Card playing All) members, their guests and of Kathy: Redfearn and Vonclle play. There will be a Shotgun\ : with discussions on two Issues a cost of $7,800 per year Is composed present a monthly report at city ness with the club and request the coming year. Mrs. Cutler explained
may be resumed after lunch. prospective members are Invited Ketch won low gross;' Odelle start at 9 a. m. and 1:30: p. m. .reaching high' tempo at the of Polled Chief Wally council meetings. "Little indication the group to vacate the premIses the city's payment ,before
Girls and boys are asked to to :attend. Kennies
come dressed In clothe) appropriate BINGO NOTES low !net (honors; and Mar Sunday's play based on Satur. meeting Tuesday night under the supervision of observed." Wlnans said. He suggested Attorney Myron Prevail, Jr., I county to use funds for the Keystone .
for their first' day at Bingo may foe played every tha Hayes won the gift certlf day's qualifying scores. On Saturday Councilman a. R. Wlnans Mayor Raymond Starnes. council arrange additional representing the Sportsman'8' branch library, that wouldgo

school. ,Friday evening at 7:30: p. m., cate for low putts. evening the local club made a surprise motion which Witness said a lot .of citizens service from county patrol of- Club, on unofficial (baste as club Into general fund if paid after '
Registration fee will be 11.04. In the recreation hall of St. Wil Libby Nickell received loa'net will host happy. hour followed he later withdrew, for servicesof Including: himself ibelleved that ficers and the (Florida Highway member, appealed to council' to I October 1.
including tax. liam's Catholic Church. On Saturday honors for the 9-hole golfers.' by a charcoal' steak dinner. the two man. Keystone with approximately 20 per cent Patrol to. fulfill! the city's needs withdraw the motion. Prevatt
Please notice the change of evening you may play Following the tournament. The medalist will be awardeda Heights Police Department to be of the city budget allotted to for the time being. apologized for the club's failure YV1VVVVVVVVyyyyyy.yVVINDIAN . ..
time and place from previous bingo at the American Legion President Mildred Sutton presided t trophy. and. prizes will *e terminated, temporarily, with maintain law enforcement the 'Mayor Starnes defended the to comply with terms of the
press release. Hall. Play starts at 8 p. m. over One business meeting.! A awarded to first second and one weeks' pay. effective September police department should make police department against Wln lease with the city and explained BEACHLake
It Is hoped, that many of the HERE N' THERE luncheon was enjoyed; by the third places in the eight nights. 15. Wlnans' said he represented dally patrols of the city: ; tally ,ans'' allegations and asked for that the club has been en-

club members will be present 'Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wright returned golfersand- their guests. 'The awards will be presented a number of citizens appearance of a uniformed policeman >open discussion of the matter.' deavoring to obtain the liability
for this event. Reservations' will to their home last Saturday Zee Tolles. tournament chairman upon completion of play on Sun- who believe the department had : daily log of police acti-- Chairman Roy /Walking told Insurance: (policy He requested a ( Bant Fe)
after completing five I II for this organization. has day. councilmen it Is not within the continuance: of the lease with Byi; Michael II. Chlttp-
. .. _. .._ PU. 470-2171
I weeks of vacation with family announcea lourntunems.L; JUT .ru HousewarmingFor Grolicks New HomeMr. I power of the council to fire J>o- the understanding that efforts to
. . .
and friends In Minnesota. Pennsylvania the lIcemen. Councilman' Everett obtain the -
KEY.STONEHEIGHTS'I month. On September 12, policy would continue .----_---AA&&AA&A.&.&_
Illinois end Ohio. In club will sponsor a Grandmothers Ing Center at Keesler AFB. and Mrs. Walter Grolick tended a welcome to these fine Pox referring to the official aiso. Would
I Minneapolis, the Wrights visited Tournament city charter, explained the council Prevail' told the ya believe, "Quack",
and Granddaughters Miss for specialized schooling were feted by a group of friends new residents. of Keystone. A council that
with their son-ln-iaw and for members of the WGA as a communications specialist. last Thursday in their new 1 beautiful gift for the home was has authority to approve appointments although they are making every again..Thats right people -
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Low net prizes will' be awardedIn Both boys are graduates of brick home Just off W. Lake- presented to the Grolicks by and adjust finances possible effort to comply more rain-. And this timeI
Smith, and children. They via- the 9-JioIe and 18-hole groups. Melrose High :School. view Drive, where they moved I the group. for\ the police department but with terms of the lease the club was out In cue of those lovely

ted another aon-ln-law' and On September 19. the ]ladles Mrs. Florence Janes has returned last recently from their former The refreshment table was there is 'no stipulation: In the members do not believe the Insurance showers while fishing Saturday

laughter, Mr. and Mns. Jack will participate in an 18-hole home after a four month home on Santa Fe Lake. covered with a cut-lace Madeira charter authorizing. council to for the city is necessary;r Once again our road was
DIRECTORY, Balr and children of Chagrin Nassau' Tournament with !handl- convalescence at the home of The Grolicks have many cloth. terminate employment. Police as the club would probably be sloppy Sunday night, even

Falls Ohio. caps, and a 9-hole "Green 9" her son Jack Janes, in Haw friends in the area and this I The group hosting( this delightful -officers are under direct super liable for any possible accident: though they did grade It a lit
BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Rene Schreiner. of Key- Tournament. .without handicaps. thorne. She would like to thank group honored them because affair Included: Mayor vIsion of the mayor, .who' may resulting from their shooting,: tie last week. For those of you
tone Heights is now associated Tee time will be 8:30: for both everyone in the area for the they have been so generous and Mrs. Raymond G. Starnes serve ,as municipal' judge, he firearms. Prevatt' told the cmm who don't know it, our lake is
KEYSTONEBEAUTY with Mrs. Nell Duncan's Style I groups. many cards and letters and with their time and service to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Byron, Mr. said.Winans ell that' the premium cost of $355 still rising if it doesn't stop
Shop in Melrose.Lt. The ,WOA members are asked flowers she has received. She others In the many avenues of and Mrs. Lonnie Stripling, Mr. withdrew the motion for the policy ;.would be levied for a while we're not going to
SHOP Col. and Mrs. H. Foster to sign up now for the !hole) plans to resume giving music church and civic affairs. and Mrs. Al Lagasse. Mr. and to terminate current police service upon club members who also arerequired have any beach left. That !Is un

Edit 10...... OWM Hamilton of Charleston. S. C., Golf-a-Round Tournament: to be lessons in a couple of weeks. The Grolicks have been loyal Mrs. Henry Mickle, Mr. and stating. lie wanted it in the ,by the Insurance. company less you want to call the roada
Personal & Creative Hair Styl- were' guests last week of Col. held -at the local club. on Thursday Her daughter. Miss! Margaret officers and members of the Mrs. Oranvllle Clark Mr. and records for citizens: to know be ( to obtain individual $23-, beach, and that's hard to do

ing Every Form of Scanty and Mrs. Jim Chesolngton. of Sept. 26. The fee will be Janes of staton Island. N. Y. Community Church, Walter Mrs. John Glllls, Mrs. Gertrude felt sincere concern in the mat-' 000 pe"1IOIII1111ablllty comprehensive when the road is under water.
Culture Tues.-aat. 0-6; closedNURSERY I Lake Loch Lomond. $2.50 for the golfers and $1.50 spent two weeks with her, helping serving: faithfully at each Sunday Chrlstoffers Mr. and Mrs. Char ter. policies, which a numberof Well that's enough wet-talk, so
Raymond Moseley, formerly for those who /wish to attend the her get settled In her home morning worship service, les Donohoe, Mr. and Mrs. Earlier in the meeting Mayor members ''already have ob here's the news.Wednesday .

of__ ._Tu.k..rnv411.____n.. __.. fa_ ._.._..,w n _rPRIdIfl____.... luncheon without participating araln. She also enjoyed- a visit-. as well as being a member of Arthur Mannerlng. Mrs. Paley Starnes had reopened discussion tained. night, my aunt
In the Frank Ottlnger cottage on.akevlew In the tournament. from another son and daughter- the Board of Trustees, andStewards Boyd, Mrs. Olive Stevens. Mrs. of need foul additional traffic Cook referred to a letter from and uncle, Clara and James
,;O.C. Carnes NurseryHwy. Drive. Mr. Moseleys II n-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. H., over the years. Otha Mabel Husbands Mr. and Mrs. regulation signs ion paved city aviation underwriters' which Sullivan of Wllliston. were
100, Florahome 1 59-2169 i t the sixth grade teacher InMelrose. I: yyyyyyyyyyYV'yvyvvfT'. . . . .... Janes of Cape Kennedy. has served two two-year termsas Roy Turknett, Dr. and Mrs. A. roads, which (had been voted said use of firearms on airport supper guests. Thursday night.

Kunwry' Stock Thousand We lare very nappy to t Miss Carol Rothhammer, who president of the Church C. Holt Mr. and Mrs. Albert down at theo August meeting. property was the main deterrent Otis Melton and I went to the
at Plants Vtntt Tr M, tot welcome him to our community, has spent six weeks in Japan, Women and is now serving her Bachmann. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. WatkIns 'agreed with Starnes In the city's failure to obtain High School Football Jamboree

noose from Shade Trees, Ev.rt Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rudy,,, MELROSE returned to Arkansas this weekto fourth term as a circle chairman Egan, Mr. and Mrs. James that 'additional signs are need- liability Insurance for airport In Gainesville and saw some
greens & Landscape: Plants in of Jacksonville were Saturday begin work on her Master) Cook Mr. and Mrs. Charles ed, including a city limit designation and staff. real good football. I spent
containers. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Bj Joyce RowsAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAj Degree. Enroute, she stoppedIn Dr. Albert C. Holt pastor em- Wallenius. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. sign at the end of Nightngale Watkins nd Pox favoring Thursday night with an aunt and
Camellias. & Acaleaa' Frank Ottinger. Long Beach.. Calif to visit eritus of the Community Gaunt. Mr. and Mrs. William St. at Grove. Streets committee withdrawal of the motion to cancel uncle, Corlne and Alfred
Let tJr Do' Your,Landccapfnf John Martin. eon of Mr. and ier- mother, MLsAlloaRoth' .Church: ,,. blessed thetnewhome Warr n Mr. and Mrs.' Roy chairman :FOMtas. .- the tease enumerated civic ; and Friday night I stayed Hudson -
I Mrs. E. 1'. Martin left on Sun- Our sympathies to the family lammer; and? they went M Mex- and its owners; In prayer. and Bridges and Mr. and Mrs. Leo signed to :further investigate the duties performed by the club with another aunt and uncle

USED CARS day morning for a 6-month assignment of Claude Martin who died last; Ico.Mrs. Mayor Raymond Starnes ex- LeBlanc. I II areas that have no traffic sign for' the city of Keystone, gun Teenle and Roy Crenshaw and
In the Pacific.: John i ts!I week. He was a member of J. O. Dann attended the Other motions were cussed aphorizing safety programs, help in controlling : family. Saturday, Alfred, Father
Hanks Used Cars presently on'active duty with! the Faith Presbyterian Church and 22nd wedding anniversary party 4th place. I made plans for resuming the I Fox to purchase and illegal shooting and at- and I went fishing and -
t nearly
Navy. We certanly wish 'him worked with the Boy Scouts.,, of her son and daughter-in-' MAC MEETING regular Sunday evening meetings I install the replacement engine ractlon of tournlst trade to drowned in the -
BIG CASH DISCOUNT the best of' luck In his new assignment. Burial was in the Melrose law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen James Sayes of the Florida starting Sept. 17 at 7 p. m. he (has located for the city .road. Keystone. came home with 5 Bass. ,Mrs.and
TERM Cemetery last Friday. in Starke. Development Commission was in the Sunday School annex. grader: and arrange to .have Wlnans withdreaw the original Betty
BUT SELL TRADE Mr. and 'Mrs. Al Barenack. of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Robersonof Miss Janice Smith, daughterof guest speaker at the regular, Sunday School Teachers wattage increased to 250 for the motion to cancel the clubs lease Mrs. Hayes. Mrs. Green and
Ht.; 1 Box 90 Sun City. are guests this weekof Port Orange spent last week, Mr*. Barbara Smith celebrated monthly meeting of the Melrose Meeting will be held at 8 p. m. traffic bUnker lights at the inersection and moved to extend the deadline Rev. Melvin Shirley Hamel (wife of
Hwy. 10 1 Mile a. Statin. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan end visiting his mother Mrs. her IQth birthday with a Action Committee. He Instucted Wednesday Sept. 18. The first of SR ,100 'and 21. to Oct. 8 with provisions Hampton. Hamel) all from

of Nelson's Point. The two couples Ada Roberson and other relatives .- swimming party at her' home the members bow to (till out 1 fall Family Dinner is scheduledfor Council )passed
CONCRETE PRODUCTS were close friends when in Melrose. on Lake Swan. The youngsters forms which will be used to Wednesday Sept. 25, at maintain the existing lights unII !firearms_. _on the property during [Continued on Page Four]
they both resided In. New Jer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox spent swam and enjoyed cake and Ice help to determine the recrea- 6:30.: such time as a stop and go w, I1In.
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR set. last weekend at their place on cream. Guests!! Included Tracy tional needs of the community.The PERSONALSMrs. traffic light may ,be :purchased. A City ordmance governing! II- KEYSTONEDRIVEIN

ooNonxTB: PRODUCTS Members of the VolunteerFire Johnson Beach. Idoin, Lori Coburn Dana lack of blood In the Mel-. Albert C. Holt was able I Mayor Stamnes announced the licenses and location of liquor
ABC ThE BEST ioEdward' Department hosted a i arty Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason Brumbaugh, Marsha Whltton rose Blood Bank at the Hospitalwas to be in church last Sunday I unification 'of Bill! Dermody to sales was passed by unanimous

for their wives on Saturday eve- had as guests last Wednesdaytheir Mrs. Helen Whltton, and Leslie also discussed.! More dona- after being hospitalized for complete the unexplred term of ,!.roll-call vote. The ordinance .sets (Open Weekends Only)
Building ning. Fireman Dick SiwderlMK daughters. Mrs. Pearl and Amy Smith. tions are badly needed. It was I check-ups most of last week. I the late Ray Chance' for constable ,a'400-foot minimum distance of .

Supply Inc. was in charge of the seafood Harris of Welaka and Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Allen visited her decided to try to get churchesIn : Mr. and Mrs. George Watson, District 4. Dermody said location of liquor sales from
8. Evelyn Thigpen of Palatka: and mother. Mrs. E. A. Chester the community to help get of Wllllamsburg Va.. have arrived -he had qualified with an understanding churches, schools, other religious FrU Sat. -Sept. 13, 14
TM M.2s4544oAXNzvILLr. preparations.
their granddaughters Mrs. Mar and her sisters In Qulncy. When volunteers. for their annual fall visit that If another experienced establishments.
r'.*. Mr. and. Mrs. C. E. Fotherglll ilyn WeddJe and son of Gaines.; she returned home her mother There will be a story hour at In Keystone. applicant. qualified he tals. Licensee will cost and$309 hospi for r 1H YIAISCN CORP i Aii ,.;;;;;;-',

WATCH REPAIRS if Piney Point. Md. /were week- ville. came with her for a few days the Melrose Library on Saturday Mrs. Bessie May Bowen returned -would prefer to relinquish his position operating a business where liquor A BLAKE EDWARDS PTOCTIM
end guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Logs-: visit here. Sept. 21, at 10 a. m. for last week from a four- to the! other man. is consumed
.Qeorge Schaeffer and (Mrs. Fo- don and children of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. David Woodard children kindergarten through months cruise around the world. I Finance chairman James R. ; $223 for on the' premises PcerSeIktOLONMa.

Anthony Crawford tberglll'a aunt, Miss AI... Mc- spent the weekend with her and children of Starke visited 3rd grade. age. It is hoped that and a month visiting Mrs. Hazel Cook turned over to safety chair- where liquor operating la< gold In a business .; I
Cullough. of WWW! Feather hIa mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. the MAC will be able Clark sealed -
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. to contInue In New England. Mrs. r man Wlnans a letter from the containers for
[Watch Repair Sevice Court. Mrs. FothergOl and Mrs Robinson and other friends and Dann, !Sunday. this on a monthly basis. Clark Is also back in her Nelson -Keystone Heights Sportsman from the premises consumptionaway
Schaeffer sisters. There will be sale There will be Point : organlzalion -
are relatives in this area. a rummage a UNICEF box winter home. '
in- and .
Club in which club officials clubhouses
All Makes and Models Prior to their visit in Key Weekend guests of Mrs. J. next to Ford's Grocery store distribution! again this year for Mns. Al Nelson ds also at .1 dicated they were unable. to licenses

Phone 47 ZI' stone. Mr. and Mrs. Fothergll T. Green Included Sen. and this Saturday, starting at 9 a. Halloween. home after a long holiday spent comply with the council's Sept. I $125.Councilman ..
were guests of Mr. and !Mrs. HB. Mrs. J. Emory Cross and m. It Is sponsored by the touring several European coun /Dononoe and Cook PAil VII IC a J'-..,
Keystone Heights. Fls.niwsy deadline to obtain a liability Insurance reported to
: :. 'Magann and David Schaeffer daughter of Gainesville and Christian Fellowship Class at tries. Mns. Cutler, repre
of .Jacksonville. Mrs. Magann, Mrs. Green's daughter and eon the United Methodist Church. Rev. and policy for protection of senting Clay County ,public 11-
: 100. 2H MUM Esit eI NEWS NOTES Mrs Leon :F. MU- the city against, possible lawsuit -
the former Mary Ann Schaeffea, in-law. Dr. and Mrs. George: T. Contributions of articles for the ner have returned from a holi
Keystone: Heights In the event of human injury ,
Is 'Mrs. Jtotherglll's! niece. Singleton and family of Oalnasvilla. sale are still being accepted at B, Helen Egan day trip visiting their son and resulting from Ute use of r
!Mr. -ad Mrs. Robert Price of the Educational: Building. family the
Watch for Sign .la Fran Jerry F. Mllners Firearms by the Sportsman'sClub I
Nelson's Point entertained Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Prltch- There will also be, a bake I in Hlcksville
.f Rons COMMUNITY CHURCH I and their at their city-owned location
I Sale Saturday the'Dost
[Continued On Next Page] ard and children and Gary Glover office. other son and family, the John at Keystoneairport..
The Church Women met I
sponsored the September
by Episcopal i C. .
of Amerlcus, Ga. spent a Mllners of Pottstown, Pa.. Wlnans stated the club had
Church Women at 9 a. m. 9 for the first general
REGISTRATION NOTICEClay couple of weeks with her parents The members of the Melrose meeting of the fall season. failed to comply with city: terms I
MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. R. P. II
Action New officers took their official I
Hollis. Committee would like to I z;;
thank everyone who helped positions for the first tIme.
County Supervisor of Elections, S. D. Saun- Labor Day guests of Mr. and with their Flea Market. They with Mrs. Roy Turknett presId--
dera each and'everY'person to register and Mrs. W. D. Isenhower Included:
urges report a very successful: sale. ing.The Introducing.
vote in the November General Election. The dead- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Roberson Three hundred fifty-three students Circles will meet Monday .

line for registration is Saturday, Oct. 5. of Port Orange. Mrs. Rachel enrolled at ,Melrose Elementary Sept. 16. as follows: No. 1,
Drumright of Murteesboro,
School last week. home of Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, w
For the convenience of the public, five branch registration Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie School hours are from 8 in' 1:30.: No. 2. home of Mrs. Lon- RENE at Nell's
Price Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hlrv the nlc Stripling, 1:30. No. 3 home '
offices will be follows morning until 2:30: in the ,
as :
open nant. Mr. and Mrs. Priest Perry 'I
afternoon. This means there of Mrs. Walter Orollck, 1:30.: f \ A Style Shop, Melrose
Mon., Sept. 23 Thru FrL, Sept. 27-5 to 8 P. M. Mrs. Ada Roberson and will be children walking on the No. 4, at home of Mrs. William Carry the Ball.
Mrs. Nell Ross all of Melrose. highway at this time. Because Beam Jr. 1:30.: .

No. I-Orange Park., Mrs. June Nelson's residence, Mrs. E. M. Robinson has returned there is a kindergarten at Melrose The morning circle meets at Specializing in hair coloring, style per- I
670 Nelson St. from two weeks in Ste- some of these. children 9:30: at the new home of Mrs. The man who carries the ball to a touchdown(
venson. Ala and Atlanta. Ga., are only four and five years Nettle Stltchberry. adjacent to manents, precision haircuts, and facials. gets a lot of help from the other ten members of the I

No. 2-l\leadowbrook. Mrs. Ellen Oldfidd's residence where she visited relatives. old. Everyone driving near the her beatuty shop. Nightengale1 I team. Teamwork is equally important in financial
Miss BIckel is
240 Blairmore Blvd. I from Bradford Coleen County Hospital home I school: is urged to be extremely evening circle meets at 7:43: matters. We, at thii bank, would like to join your

careful when they see children with Mrs. Raymond Starnes. for Tues.
Special and Wed. "team"
where she had her tonsils re and help you in every practical to
No. 3--Qoctor'I' Inlet Mrs. Dot Lowe's residence near the highway. These little Rebeccas meet at 8 p. m. with '
Woodpecker Lane. moved. 1 r ones have not yet learned how Mrs. Frank linen. I' achieve your financial goals. Why not come in and
Mrs. Nell Ross held open careful they must be around BAZAAR WORKSHOPMrs. Permanents talk it over?

No. 4-Clay Hill-Middleburg. Mrs. Maxine Dees' house for her friend Mrs. cars Let's not make them learn Ernest McLean chair I 2 $15
residence \ Rachael Drumright who has.. the hard way. Please please, For
Middleburg. man and Mrs. Wm. Beam Sr.. Only FULL SERVICE BANKING
been visiting her from Murfees drve! carefully through Melrose co-chairman, are grateful for
No. ."> -Keystone Heights Waterworks ortlceIrs.! boro Tenn. Friends" were In- during the time school Is taking I the fine response of members BRING A FRIEND
Koona. vltM to call from 7 to 10 p. m. In or letting out. SAVINGS
Dorothy attending the Bazaar Workshop CHECKING BUSINESS LOANS
Two Melrose boys. Airman Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Robersonof
_Iolla. These meetings I AUTO
are LOANS ;
Also Open Sat., Sept. 28-9 A. M. to I 5 P. M. I Bobby L. Ebersole and Airman Melbourne spent the week developing into real fun affairs -
William Ernest Moore have end In Melrose with relatives and new leaders have brought Tuesday and Thursday Evenings DEPOSIT BOXES fJ
I completed basic training at enroute borne from a vacation wealth of NIGHT DEPOSITORY
Additional hours for registration at Supervisor'soffice Lackland Air Force Base. Tex- in the mountains. energy, good plan. By Appointment Only
ning, and a layout of work for
Green Cove Springs/ : as. Airman Ebersole son of Duplicate Bridge everyone. Be sure to attend on ,, .

Tues., Oct. 1-7 to 9 P. M.\ Mr.has and been Mrs.assigned James to Eberaole the Air Winners Bridge of the Club Melrose last week Duplicate Wednesday bringing a Sept.sandwich 23, at for 10 a.lunch.m.. Nell's Style Shop KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Thurs., Oct. 3-7 to 9 P. M. Force Technical Training Center were: Mrs. P. S. Hubbard and Coffee or tea provided.
at Chanute AFB m., for
Mrs. Paul Johnson, first place; YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
specialized schooling: as a metals Mrs. B. A. Allen and Mrs. J. Member FJ. .c.. Keywtone Height, FT*.
Sat. Oct. 5-9 A. M. to 1 P. 1 M.!
repair specialist. Airman P. Foster. 2nd place; Mrs. C. Marshall Gallop. president of NELL;; DUNCAN RENE 'SCIIKEINER
the Sunday
Regular )Hours! : Mon. Thru Fri., 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Moore son of Mrs. Dorothy W. Hardy and Mrs. R. P. I GrouP. met with evening the new Youth leader I CALL 475-5285 "Yw FrtauUr flask la Tour FrleaAj;
Moore he has been assigned to Vogh. 3rd place; Mrs. Paley I c.-aalty.-
the Air Force Technical Train Boyd and Mrs. John Strawa Myron Prevatt Jr., and I

1 J
-- -- ___. -- L mrm - ---- g-- ._ U


1JU 1-

THURSDAY. 'SEPT.. 18 196* .
RfMtfon Three PaP Two MRADFOHO uotTNTY nci.KORrn. ,
8"RR ..URI.. --_ _ _ -


with the spouse. I* the owner
PROPOSED nnVlttON! CF TUB Section I IS. ADMINISTRATIVE ((1 bl) REGULAR SESSIONS A tegu ((12) private incorporation or grant ./ ARTICLE IV "h5 where by law or the municipal chart the United State or any of It. Instrumentalities entirety or spouse Is Incompetent, the method

<'ONSTITD'no.-j OF nt TO n : PUNALTIFS No administrate lar session ol the lenlslnture ahll con. of privilege to a, private corporation, EXECUFIVESoction er. ; of aiienatiOo or encumbrone shall boas

f VOTED ON Nnvi.nir.r r. is ;i arfmicy .hnllmpo.a a sentence of Im veno on the first 'J u..
NOTICE CF LXHCTIC.J! p,.. .hol I Impona any first Mondnv In April of each odd. wills r or (a) 'rho supreme exccu.lve power ((0)) .Lxcept in cases of treason and county, municlp-illly. special:\1b district Section 8. COVERTURE
':WHESFAS.: Th9 at other penalty provided by numbered, year and on tho brat Tuesday change ill Me law'Of d.oonl In.trumenl; snail b. vested lit a governor. H. n.lol In cases where Impeachment resultslit or other lucal governmental o( PROPEHTY. Theme shall b* no distinction I

Bieclnl Session ol LeRI.lnlnr.. 3. I law. first Monday.I In April, (14) change of name an person; be commandsr-lnchicf of all mJI.y .onvlcUon. tho governor may, by (U) revenue bonds to finance or re- between married women and
adopted three Joint Section 11 COSTS. No or uo.h' data us may fixed by (10)) divorce: ) forces of the stats not In lotv. D'.ClUVe filed with the -sacre- licence: the tout ol capital projects J for married men in the holding, control
whlrh together commuted ne.olulono. churned, with crime shnll b p.r.ol law numbered year (it) legitimation or adopUon of per vine of the United Statcn chnll tory state suspend collection of all:'port* or port acuities, or ((2)) revenue or encumbering ct their
: ro (Ie, SPECIAL SESSIONS.fl take care that Iho laws bo faithfully fines and forfeitures, grant reprieves bonds to finance or rclnane. disposition and personal
Revision I of the Constitution thCtata ) palled .pay costs before a Judgment I sons.I'M property both real : exicpt -
all of
; ct Florida etcrpt for V. of conviction has become final. I The by proclamation I r.l.f of-minors from. legal dis executed and commtsnion counties, and nlcr. uL not exc.elnl alt day. and with tho the cost of capital projoota / the thai dower or curtesy may b* citolVllshcd -
10v.rnor. to
the state
1h" vot-. of aid Joint Arlel. ,. Section TREASON.Tr".on'' the may : members of ...thecabinet trial on manuiaoturlng plants and regulated by law,
20. .toln" l In special session during ((10)) transfer of any property Interest necessary bu.ln. with the ofe..of grant full or conditional pardons extent that the Interest thereon Is exempt
T. entertd DOMAIN.
tr their
resnectlvj'urna'a EMINENT
upon affnlnct tha stateshall consist only I In : ryl business ot under disabilitiesor the government He may information restore civil rights, commute from Income taxes under the : Section 6.
persons legal
legislative rau
which such :
with and shall
the bawllll
yeas nlivehercon. war against It, tIts from Unltod private property
adhering No
be transacted Is within Ih.purvl.w of estates of' decedantm in writing executive punlHhment. and remit fines and for thon existing laws of the I |tat)
and they did determine and cutmlos, or giving them aid and may or state county or States when In either case the revunu I ioken except for a public purpose snug
of the or of a (19)) hunting or fresh water fishing: .dmlnl.lralv. for offenses. ,
direct flat the iinld Joint Resolution and no person shnll be con procamaton. any subject f.iur. solely from full oompensatton therefor Pl -I1)-) I to dnIh:1 electors of comfort traaaon .NO.p! on ,the communlcallon or ((20)) cf oacupaUoni which relating to the duties of their respective v 11 Slate I t.t. it Introduced by consent of two.thirda are a slat agency; or until revenue ,
reprieves adjournment and avail
o f1I. the Genr-rn mony of two witnesses ti* the :f offices, may grant of the projects. I( any in the registry of the our4
Election to In November 1 9 08; overt act or on "onr..lol in upon of the membership of each house. (21)) when prohibited by The 1 nit ate judicial of the regular session of the legIflUtture or so leasing financed, or any part thereof bl* to tli* owner.
(bl) may
NOW. ? court. (2) A saitilon of the legislature general pissed by a three-fifths governor ) next after the con I
THEREFORE T, TOM ( ) special proceedings in the name of the oonv.nlnl is occupied or operated by any private (b) Provision may be mad by law
ADAMS. Secretary of Stat. of the Seeton' 21. ACCFS9 TO COURTS may be convened .provided$ by I vote of th membership of each house.Such state against any executive or administrative vlolon. session the legisla corporation, ..oolaton. partner'Ship for the taking of easements by like
law be amended a pardon or furtherreprieve
of ., hereby five no be to law. I may or repealed grant for the -dram.g K.I the
fat. open or municipal or pursuant ,
eourl.hal every per like state county ,' otherwise tha shall parson oot: proceedings
; that a General Election wi b. eon of any I (Id) LENGTI OP SFSSIONS A regular by vote.b officer to enforce with .nl.lo lease whit the issuing body thai ipnd of one person over or IBmrqugbthe ,
be. .x.cUI.d.Ccl .
h-Id In tacit County In Florida the Justice shall[ be administered rIh"o .oliun the legislature shall ( ) In the enactment of general! duty or restrain compl.ne. "" rely In.r..1 created by such contractor land of another.
first Tuesday after the first Mondn sole denial or delay. not exceed sixty consecluve day., and laws on othef aubjecta pollticalaubdl- : < There may be created by law a be aubject to taxation Section 7. LOTTERIES. Lotteries

It November whlrh dote Is November Section 22. TRIAL BY JURY. a special session shall not exceed visions or other governmental entitles r In parole and probation commission with to the same extent as other privately than the types of parl-mutuel

B. lena for the ratification or rejeclloor right of trial by Jury shall be twenty consecutive days, unless extended I may b* classified only on a basic I reasonably wJI< lnihl'governor of may the request justices I of power a persons on probation owned prprty. other authorised by law a* of the effective

a said Joint Ro.nlulon. prop.IOI to all and remain Inviolate. The -T.1 beyond such limit by a thr.o.rt. related,T.to, the subject of the the opinion court the interpretation :.u grant paroles or conditional BONDS REVENUE pools date of this constitution, erahereby
supreme .
State rivlslons of Florida.to te flcatlona and the number of ] vote of each house. During .ucl law of any portion 8 t this constitution for ri.. The to persons under .,.II.ne. BONDS. prohibited In this atate. l

fewer than slxi fchall be fixed by no new business -Section-. APPROPRIATION upon any hisexecutive quoJlcalon. (5)) Stat bond pledging the full Section 8. CENSUS. I
qu..tOI oU.olng of selection and to exceedsix
NO. 1 taken In house without the ol tha
ARTICLE II up BILLS Laws making appropriations Each decennial census
elh.r be
Justices (at)
Ion.Jnlnt Resolution No. 1.ZX GENERAl PROVISIONS consent of of its member for salaries' of publio officers shall pw... Ind dule. rules of years ahull, of be members of the law.commission issued faith and only credit to finance of the or state refinance may the state taken by time United tHate shall

A RESOLUTION proponingrvlslnn a Section I. STATE BOUNDARIES. ship. and o.r: current e.p.n. of the procedure. permit interested personsto prescribed by cost of state capital projects upon approval be an official census of the plate
tif portions the Constitution of (a) The state bQundorl. are: Begin (I.) ADJOURNMEN. Neither state It contain provisions on no be heard on the qu..ton presentedand Section 9. CAME AND FRESH WA. by a vote of the electors; provided fbi Each decennial census, for tha
the Slot! of Florida. excepting there at the moul of te Pedldo Hlvar house more thanseventytwo other ..1.j.el..eloh shall render opinion TER FISH COMMISSION. There state bonds Issued pursuant to purpose ot classifications based upon

("" > revision of Articles V,. VI, and which purp... d..erlp consecutive hours except 13. TERM OP OFFICE not earlier than ten days wrlt.n the filing shall be a game and fresh water fish this subsection (is) may be refunded population shall become effective otf
V711. lion Is defined point lo concurrent resolutlon. of the commission composed of five the thirtieth day after the final ad.
it pursuant No shall b* created the term of and docketing request, without a VOte ol the electors at a '
F*> Relolved "bv the Legislature o' tuda 30 degrees 10'83" north and long which shall). exceed lout .years except less in their judgment the delay Od members appointed by the governorfor lower net average Interest cost rate. journment of the regular session ol
12 Stats at.Florida: '" *ude 17 degrees 31W staggered terms of five years. Thecommission convened next after
west Intersect: < > ADJOURNMENT BY GOVER. aa provided herein. cause publIc Injury.d The total outstanding principal of the legislature
Hint the following proposed revlsloo thence to the point where latitude i 30 I, If during any regular or specla SYS have shall exercise the nonjudicial state bonds Issued pursuant to this certificsilon of the Cenaus.
Section 1 I'.. CIVIL SERVICE ( The governor
oortloim of I', Constitution of the degrees n'02" north and longitude 87 session, the two houses cannot .hal ... pw.r state respectto subjection (a) shall never exceed fifty Section 9. REPEAL OF
TEM. By law there shall to cull out the -
and fresh amendmentot
.- 31'(16 alro. b erol miia or
: fOXI: rl'vIVt or detre. where west jlioroct, thence upon a time for adjournment the : ed a civil service system public p.oe. .x.oul the iw of the a I1w.rmo:1 that all licensefee. per cent of the total tax revenues of -statute Repeal ahall not affect
jI. and VI 34 degree the session I : slate for the two preceding fiscal a
is. agreed to and shall be t 10'00" north and longitude degree ernor die may to adjourn date within the period mrs employee,.except! those expressly ex state. suppress In.urr.clon. or r.pl animal life and the prosecution or punishment for any
or sny empted and there be created invasion. years. ..
west fresh water life and committed
mlt-d to tho electors of the Intersect, to the .qu.lo crime previously
state 27'40" t.ne. authorized for surd session; providedthat civil service systems and boards for shall pn.II.. (b) Money sufficient to pay debt
r-t'flertlnn!' $ or reaction nt the where the of the (fe) The governor by messageat for violating of Section 10. FELONY DEFINI
next I
hours be ,
i fnerpl election to b. held In Novem Intraeoaslal Canal I (as the same exls: for at least twenty session- four, he shallwhile : county, district I or municipal employees least once In each regular sesslun mission shall b pi escribed by spe service on state bonds aa the same becomes TION. The term "felOny' as used),
ed June and for such office thereof as are Inform the the ciflo due shall b* appropriated bylaw laws of this stats
brr : on 103JI) and longitude 97 I i 1.11.latur. concernlnl herein and in the
0. .M', neither 'ote Is In recess, give the statute.ARTICLE

I dogreei west 'Intersect: the written notice of, not .1..lod or appointed by governor condition such : VII shall mean any criminal offense in**,

We thf PRFAMBI.V of Flop.fin. same being in the middle of the Perd .001 hou.. to do so, and agreomentreached boards and there may b* authorized reorganization of the executive department FINANCE AND TAXATION (c) Revenue bonds may b* Issued is punishable under the laws of th,astau

bclnlrnwlul poplo to Almighty God do_ River: ; thence the middle the within that period by both such as are necessary to pre..cribe of- as will promote efficiencyand Section I. TAXATION APPROPRIATIONS by the state or Its agencies without a or that would b* punishable II ,

I. for .u. liberty. In ord. Perdldo River' to t'point .orl In houses on a time for adjournment the .uallo.ton., method economy, and recommend measure STATE! EXPENSES. vote of the electors only to finance or committed in this state, by death or
.. breeds the .I.olon e' such employ in the publio the cost of stat projects In the slat pantten-
scours in Icnotlts, perfect our boundary of the shall prevaiL ; lnu.. jntr..I. (a) No tax shall levied except Inpursuance refinance capital by imprisonment
overnmrnt. Insure domestic tranoulllty State of Aabama. bolalao the pint 1 maintain public order and of of Section 4. QUORUM AND PRO Section 18 TERMS AND QUALIFICATIONS 'In this governor ahal valorem tax. shall be levied funds derived from sources other then Section U. SOVEREIGNTY LANDS.)
equal civil and political Perdldo River with latitude 81 degree CEDURE. I OP LEGISITRS.- fill by eonaltutlon. any upon state tax revenues or rents or fees The title to lands under navigable

fjarantea ml do ordain and 0'0" north: thence east along the (a) A majority of the membershipof (a) S.n.tra b* state or county office for the remainder real estate All other or taniib. personal taxation prop paid from state tax revenues. waters, within the boundaries of tha'

t-i.s: constitution. e.lobl.1 boundary line ..f. the State or each house shall constitute quorum I elatd for terms of fa.r years, those of the term of an appointive offio*. erty be Section 12. LOCAL BONDS. -.Counties state, which have not ben alienated,
to the state
> ARTICLE I Alabama the same being' latitude Si but a smaller number may adjourn : from odd a numbered dl.ldot in the and for the remainder of the term ofan preempted except asprovided school districts municipalities, including b= ehea below mean BlghT
: degrees OO'OO" north to the and compel thepresence the numbers ot multi- by general law. Is hold by the state.> byi
DECLARATION OP RIGHT middle of from years elective less than twenty- special districts and local governmental water lines
01.I (bI) Motor boats, ,
the Chntahoochae River rdt.'n members In such of four' and theaa from even- vblel. airplanes in trust ford,
thence plea sovereignty
/ Section } POLITICAL POWER. ; down eight .. until the first trailers .. bodies with taxing powers may issue virtue of Its
: All political i power Is Inherent In the middle of said river to its oon manner such penalties aa numbr districts In even number Tuesday after the first Monday following homes, defined and. mobl. bonds certificates of Indebtedness all the people. Sal or private us*.oporUons
as by law.
people. enunciation herein of fluence with the Flint River: thence I It may prescribe. Each house shall determlne the number of which are the next general election or form ot tax anticipation ecrufloates of such lands may ba authorised
err..UIn subject to a tax for their any
: a straight line to the head of of not multiples of four except at the lcna. operation but when not cones
ir. shall not be construed to the S Its Iu. proceu. : Section 9. LIEUTENANT GOVER in the and for the purposes payable from ad valorem taxation by law only
d-ny others by the Marl. River; thence down the middle ) Session ol each house shall b* election next folowlng a reapportlon- NOR.- prescribed by law. but and maturing more than twelvemonths traiT 10 the public intersat.
rtl.d river to the Atlantic Ocenn some senator shall be elected .hnllot OS' CONS'TRUC"TION.
people.Section. : ; except sessions of he senile m.lt. be after Issuance only: Section 12.
ad valorem
subject to
thence due pu\lc There shall be a lieutenant gover.suer.
cast to the edge of the Gulf of two years whon necessary Unless qualified In the text
'. 2. : BASIC Jill eo.lderln" epplnlm.nl t or tr. such fOI> No money shall be drawn fromtha (a) to finance refinance capital
Stream Me shall perform
!IGHS. or a distance of three gno bo staggerer! terms dut. per'taming authorized by law and only the following rules of construction ;
.Itatural persons are the graphic miles whichever I. the greater rmov'l "On publ. 10. II (D) REPRESENT Al'IVES. Members to the office of as treasury except in pursuance ofappropriation when projects approved by vote of the electors shall apply to this constitution.a .
law and have Inalienable right. stance( : thence in a southerly dlrec co..d. of the house of representatives shall be assigned lo him by the governor made by law. ; freeholds Herein" refer to ,, tha nUr
ol ( ) )
ettnnj right to enjoy fc) Each house ahall keep and when otherwise (dl) Provision ahull be mad. by law who are owners
1t tlon alone the edge of the Gulf Streamor pub shall elected for terms of two except provided from taxa.tion eonatltution.b .
o'lle.nJ'b pur.u. along a line three geographic ,mile lish a journal of Its proceedings: years b each even numbered year. by law, and such other duties as for raising sufficient revenue to de. therein not wholly exempt singular includeS the
for Indu. from the coastline and three upon the request of five members present ) QUALIFICATIONS Each legis: may be prescribed by law fray the expenses of the state for ; or ( ) TIme plura1

::).ana to acquire posiie and pro leagues AtonU. the Gulf of Mex the vote of each vollni tatr shall-* at least twentyoneyesra Section 3. SUCCESSION TO OF. each, fiscal period (Ib) to refund outstanding bonds and al.ic Th masculine Includes the f*>
t' property that shall enteret Section 2.. TAXES -. BATE. All Interest and redemption premium ( ) |
; except the too coastline, whichever I. greater on any question : of age, an elector I and residentof FICE OF GOVERNOR ACTNGCOVERNOR. -
?WPL inheritance and and t on thajournal.d ad valoremtaxation shall be at a uniform thereon at a lower net average InterS. *;
a through the the district from which elected I and TndJ' > lectors"
dl.p.IIon Vot ol tile mean
I.pOennslon of real alien westerly, I II'oJI :'der... ( ) Each house may mem shall hav r.l.d in the atoto for a (a) Upon vacancy In the office of rate within each taxing unit, except ext. 'onr"l'j.' BELIEF FROM HXE.SAI. the( vote of*the majority of those vot J}
Ineligible for be re her for contempt or disorderly the lieutenant the taxes on intangible personalproperty
rra a point due of C"I. period of prior to election.d governor in election l
t wovenor. all
of the matter sn gen
thr. TAXES Until tog on
fulatcd or duct two be at different payment
{' prohibited per point and. by & thirds vote ( ) ASSUMING OFFICE VACAN- governor. Further succession may rates
on elalt be deprived .rr be: 18"m .0ut.rnmo.1: thencwesterly membership may expel a member CIES. Members of the legislatureahall to the office of governor .hal but shall never exceed two mills on taxes which have been legally assessd evil or special In which to thelectors partlcifpaling all
cause of race or Section 5.: INVESTIGATIONS A that dollar of assessed value provided upon the property of the same owner are limited
religion. along a straight to take office upon election Vaean..I. be prescribed law. o ) !
.r. ,Section ;3. IELGJUS point due south oi a 3.I r.: WITNESSES. Each house, when In des In legislative office shall be filled shall serve rbr. remainder of the aa to any obligations secured by no court shall grant relief from the the governmental unit referred to iBi
that b ill"forUlegi"AVr'le..LaiX *- the text '
C v-rThere, cessIon compel attendance o. mortgage deed of or other lien of tax may *

r..pctn/ leagues from Loggerhead Key may only by election I as provided by law.Sectton term trul other action of
Vote a legta..flative
.*the (C) or
establishment of the westernmost of the Dry Tor witnesses and ptodu.lon of documents ia. LEGISLATIVE: APPOR- (b) Upon of the governor on real estate located enintangible other
L Molting or penalizing' th<) free *xer. oral Iilsnds; thanes westerly northerly and other upon any and until completion: of trial tax of not more than two house or governmental of
rssa thereof. RelllToul freedom shall matter under investigation before TINMENr. mills on the dollar levied by Ill)VCA F ION body means the vote or action a1
and easterly along the arc of a I I ) AND REPRESENTATIVE thereof, or his physical or mental may b
,.ot-Justify practices inconsistent with curve three dlstsnt from Lof or any of Its committees. and DISTRICTS. legislature durlnl lieutenant governor law to be In lieu of all intangible Section 1. SVSItM OF PUBLIC majority or other specified nween-i

: 'JWbUo morala. peace or re gorhead f.Wuo.paint due north o punish by fine not exceeding one thousand at Its regular session T.the second shall act as governor. Further succession .. ..am.nl. on such obligations EDUCATION. Adequate provision tags of those members Voting on tha '
.''wnae of y. : : : shall be made by law for a uniform psalter. "Of the membership meana"of
the .
atate Section
'. or lo.; Loggerhead Key; thence northessalonaT I dollsrs or imprisonment not exceedlng year folio win* each decennial aa acting governor shall be prescribed 3.TAXES-EXEMP. thereof,
and for all member.
.-jjtvfclon ,or agency thereof ninety day.. or any law to TIONS. system of free public schools
a straight line to a point three bot. person census, by joint apportion by Incapacity serve as
from the public treasury di. leagues from the coastline of Florida: not a member who h. .. guilty the state reBlulon. ..h.1 with governor may be determined I by thasupreme (a) All property owned by a municipality1 the establishment maintenance and (f) The terma "Judicial office,0"tustices" In.I
,J i1": or Indirectly' In aid of any t.nc northerly and westerly of disorderly or contemptuous con. the constitution of the and of the court upon due notice afterdocketing and used exclusively by It fur operation of institutions cf higher .Jude and "judges"courts shell established
sect or religious denomlns distant from the thre duct in I. pr..n.e or has refused toobey United States not att than thirty of a municipal or public purposes shnll be learning and other public education Judges of -
or In aid of any sectarian inI leal.pint west of the mouth of th 1 Its summons or t an. nor more It forty consecutively thereof by four wrl.1. .ul..tol. exempt from taxation A municipality programs that the needs of the people solely for the trial ot violations of ordinances

...tutln.: River three laaBuea from th. muimr I.wul duastlons. Such .". I senatorial of eith In such case restoration of capacity owning property outside the municipality may require, .
C 4. FREEDOM OF SPEECH coastline aa -a-line i bear ex"pta power tpunlah: may.bo numb.re dl.trl.t Identical shall ba similarly determined after may be required by general Section 2. STATE BOARD OF EDU- (g) "Special law" means a peelalr

AND PRESS ma Ing south o ie..duo west from by law territory, and Into not lens than docketing of written suggestion thereof law to make payment tothe taxing CATION. The governor and the r local law.
speak, write "nvu'r sent r the point of beginning: thence north when the legislature upn not aesslonPunishment eighty nor more than one by the governor the legislature or unit In which the property Is located members of tao cabinet shall constitute (hi) Titles and subtitle ahafl not bused

.. \meat on all be rly along said line to the point of be.ginning. of contempt of an Interim twenty consecutively numbered"" four cabinet I members. Incapacity to Such portions of property aa are usedpredomInantly a slate board at education, which tn constructIon TUB.
rmnslble for shall : for literary shall be a body corporate and hav Section 13. SUITS AGAINST
tat rig The State of Florida shall legislative committee be by JudIcial relative districts of either serve as governor may also be established educational
No law .hal be passed to r..lral or also Include any additional territory prc..dlnpr..orlb.d by guous overlapping I or Jdentlcal by certificate filed with the secretary .01.llle. religious or charitable such supervision of the system of pub- STATE. Provision may be made bvl

abridge te liberty of thea within the United States adjacent to low. tory. Should that session adjourn without of .Iot by the governor declaring be exempted by general lie education as Is provided by law, general law for bringing coil against!
itjpress. all criminal prosecution the Peninsula of Florida I lying south of Section 8. LAWS. Every law adopting such Joint resolution, the for physical law from taxation. Section 3. TERMS OF APPOIN.TIVE the stat aa to all liabilities now ex.-]

o .end civil actions for defamation the the St. Marys River, east of the Per! shall embrace but one subject andmatter governor by proclamation shall reconvene reason Icap.clt ovrnor. and in (Ibl) There shall be exempt from tax BOARD MEMBERS. Members livIng or hereafter originating. A
'truth may be given In evidence. If thenettr dido River and south the States of properly connected therewith, the legislature within thirty day. such 1 restoration capacity shall alan. cmulatv.ly. to every head of of any appointive board dialing ARTICLE XI *-lW

charged as defamatory Is true Alabama and Georgia.b .o and the subject shall b* briefly ex In special apportionment session which' be similarly established. this state, household with education may serve term in excess AMENDMENTSSection

and was published with good motives. ( ) The coastal boundaries may beextended pressed In the iltle. No law shall be shall not exceed thirty consecutive Section 4. CABINET. goods and personal effects t the of four years as provided by law. 1. PROPOSAL, BY .EGI

'the party shall b acquitted or ex statute to the limits per. .. or amended by r.fe.no. to days, during which no other business (a> There shall be a cabinet composed value fixed by general law I.. Section 4. SCHOOL, DISTRICTS LATURE. Amendment ot e aeeti-m
eneratedScctton. mltted by)the lawa of the United Its title only. Law. to or shall be transacted and It shall be the of state, an attorney than one thousand dolar. and to every SCHOOL, BOARDS or revision of one or more articles, 01
.. I. RIGHT TO ASSEMBLE States or International low. shall set out In full the revised or mandatory duty of the I general,rImr:: I a treasurer. widow or t blind or
>- The people shall have the right Section 2. SEAT GOVERN. amended act selon. subsection or adopt Joint resolution ola"prlon.m.nt. a .. totally and permanently disabled school district; provided, two or more proposed by joint resolution agreed toby
peaceably to aaiemble. to In.tuct MENT. The ..1'' OP government paragraph of The enacting and a commissioner of a.lcllr property to the value fixed by Ron.rllaw. contiguous counties, upon vote of the threfifths of the memberahlp ol

.. .tlelr representatives. and to shall be the City Tallahassee In claus of every law shall read: FAILURE Or LEGISLATURE addition to the powers and duties not I.. than five bundrd dollars. electors of each county pursuant to each, house ot the legislature The full
tar redrtea of grievances' Leon County where the offices of the Enacted by the Legislature of TO APPORTION 'JUDICIAL REAP.PORTIONMEN. specified herein they shall exercise law, may be combined into on* school text of the Joint resolution, and
C Section I. RIGHT TO WORK The lieutenant governor, cablne the eSt I of Florida ::". >. In the event a spec such powers b duties 4. TAXATION A SESS. district. In each school district there the vote of *acn member voting ahallb *

right nf person to work shall not be m.mb.r.lov.mor. and the supreme court shall Section 7. PASSAGE OJ tl. session of the legislature as may be :I IoI":. S.cnl- By general law regulations shall be a school board composed of entered on the Journal ot each
*:nlod< < or abridged on account of and toe sessions of the Any bill may original adjourns without adopting (Ib) The .' hall shall be prescribed which shall five or more members chosen by vote houae.

,..m-mber, hlp ,or. non-memberahlp I Iny In 1.11.latr shall be held, provided and after po...". In on. may b a J rlr of apportion: keep the acts secure a Just valuation of all property of the electors for appropriately stag Section i. REVISION COMMIS *

a. labor union or labor organization of Invasion or grave amended In the other. It ahall be ment, the attorney general shall, withIn of leglalaUve Dr executive de for ad valorem taxation, provided: gered terma of four years, as pro SION. aJ

.The right of employees, by antI emergency the governor by proclamatlon In each house on thr..p.r.t days, five days, petition the supreme partmenta. <(5)) Alrlculural land or land used vided by law. (a) Within thirty days after the
B iougz a labor organization to oar. may for the period of the unless this rule two- court of the state to matte such apportionment. (c) The attorney general shall be .xelu.lv.i non-commercial re (Ib) The school board ahall operate, Journment of the regular session oft
e :tKlfn collectively shall not be denied emergency transfer the seat of government thirds vot On each reading, it shall No later than the sixtieth the chief state Irgal officer.d purposes may be classifiedby control and supervise all free public the legislature convened in the tenthr

.0. 'cr abridged. Public employees ahalnt to another place be read by title only alr.on.-hlr day after the filing of such petition. ( ) The comptroller shall serve ea general law and assessed on schools within the school district and year following that in which this corn
have the right to strike l Section 3. BRANCHES OF GOV of the members, present .. the supreme court ahull (lie with the the chief fiscal officer of the state the heels of character or ..001 determine the rate ot school district stitution Is adopted and each twentlelh ,

Section I 7. MIUTAHY POWER. ERN1IENT. The powers of the In full, On final passage, the vote til secretary of state an order making and shall settle and approve account (Cbl) Pursuant to general law tangible taxes within the limits prescribed year thereafter, there shall ba,
a Tat military powir shall b aubordl state government shall be divided Into each member voting .hal b* entered aucli apportionment. against the stat.. personal property held for sale as herein. Two or more school district established constitution revision!

art tn ths Elvil.a. legislative executive and judicial on tha journal. a bill shaltrequire (IC'> JUDICIAL: REVIEW 01 AP. (to) Tha treasurer shall keep all stock In trade and livestock may be may operate and (inane Joint educaO commission composed of the following -,
Section 8. RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS. branches No person belonging to one a maturity vote In each hous I atate funds and securities. shalldlsbursa valued for taxation at a specified percentage tional program.. thirty-ven members: .
a The rlg.it. of tin peoplj to krtp and branch shall! exercise any potters op.pertaining Each bill I and joint resolution passedin : : rp"I:of the Joint I II .Iat funds only upon the order of its value Section 5. SUPERINTENDENT (U the attorney general el tha.
fc-pr acme In. direct of themnzlvend to either of the other both I houses shall:: be: signed 1 by thepresiding ZIT the at of the countersignedby Section 6. ESTATE INHERITANCEAND SCHOOLS In each school district state;
of the lawful authority of the branches I unless expressly provided: of the shall the the The shalloounter.ign TAXES. No tax there shall be a superintendent of (2)) fifteen members elected by tha.
ollcer. r..p.clv. general petition supreme governor. governor INCOMI
.!'it..a shall not be Infringed schools. He shall be elected at the
except herein. house and .
a court of the state for e declar as a ministerial duty subject upon Inh.rltnee. or upon governor
hid tin manner rf boarlnl arm. may Section 4. STATE SEAL AND senate and the clark 1 { the house ofropreaentotives determining the vali to original the Income of of general election In each year the number <(3)> nIne member* selected by* thai
m.nd.mu.cn rllzn.
a tin> Section regulated by FLAG The design of the great seal during the session or :the appointment.I The supreme ) The .. the state shall be levied by of which Is a multiple of four for apaaker of the house of representa.d

a 9. DUE PROCESS. No and flag of the state shall b ores. as soon as practicable after its ad. \\ot In accordance with Its rules hall "supervision of 0 a.leulu or under its authority, in excess of the a term of four years; or when provided school tiv** and nine member selected by
the district
l.on shall be daprlvcd of life. II. law journment sine die adversary interests to tamIng agriculture except Irt: aggregate of amounts which may be by resolution of the president of the **nt*; and

: or : without due procenof cro'5. PUBLIC OFFICERS I Section I. EXECUTIVE APPROV. present their views and, within thirty wise .z. by law allowed to be credited upon or deducted board or by apeclsl, the law.district approved school by <(4)> three member selected ny the
of the electors
Jogrvl put In joonordy ) person holding any offIce or I AL. AND VETO.- days from the filing of the petition, commissioner from any similar tax levied by theUnited vote achool district chief Justice of the uprm court oil
a TT, : :, or be compelled molumont under any iurelgn govern.ment (al) nrebl passed by the legiela.lure shall ment. hall l supervise sloe I'education States or any state. superintendent any by the district Florida with the advie ot the Jus.tlces. .
fit any I to be a wltfefS > or civil I office of the efp\WU\ shall b* employed
emolumentunder o presented to governor (id) OF JUDGMENT IN system the manner pr..clbd by Section 6. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS general .
Against hlmielfSsctlonr school board as provided by
: i the United Sial.or any other for his approval and shall becomea APPORTIONMENT EXTRAORDI- law The resolution special law (b) The governor ahall dealgnata
10 PROHIBITED law. or may
I'J LAWS tate. snail hold any office of honor or law I he approves and .110 it. or AltY APPORTIONMENT SESSION. A Section S. ELECTION OF COVER. (a> Every who has he legal by either one member of the commission a* itachairman.
bi of attainder ex facto law I of emolument under the government falla to veto It within [ b* rescinded or repealed
rIO real .
p.t judgment of the supreme court of the NOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNORAND or equitable to estate andmaintains four Vacancies In the member
:ot Jmpalrlnil the after years
trncta aha be .. obU.alll. of con. of this state. No pardon shall hold at tive days after pre..ntaUol. I during state determining the apportionmentto CABINET MEMBERS -QUALIFICATIONS the prman.nt residence procedure Section 8. STATE SCHOOL FUND ship of the commission shall ba filled
I FOR the aama lima more than one office that period day be valid shall be binding upon all TERMS of the owner or 1.I'Uy The Income derived from the state In the sam manner aa th* original$

Solon. 1. IMiIUSONMEN. 1mJjrUoned under the government of the stats and the legislature adjourns pine die or the cltl/ens of the stiite. Should (a) At a state-widtt or naturally dependent upon school fund shall, snd the principal of appointment
for po.on ahal the oountleH and municipalities there takes a recess of more than thirty the supreme court determine that the each calendar year the ciwhich er, shall be exempt from taxation the fund may, be appropriated, but (c) Each constitution revision com*
: except cases of in, except that a notary public or mili days, he shall have fifteen consecutive apportionment made by the legislature la even but not a multiple of : except assessments for spec only to the support and maintenance mission shall convene at the call of It*.

Section 12. SEARCHES AND SEIZ. and tory officer another office day from the dote of presents- Is Invalid, the governor by proclamation four the electors .bal eho.. a governor ,rr'f up to the assessed valua of free public school.. chairman, adopt Its rules of proce
VRES. the right of the people to be any. I'YmOI ba a member of tiara to act on the bill. all cases shall reconvene the legislature and a governor and touand dol.a. upon establishment ARTICLE K dune, examine the constitution of tna

kvecureIn their houses a ," commission except l.n.ral .pproprl.ton bi., the within five days thereafter In members of the cabinet each for a In the MlieCEIl.ANEOUSSection state, hold public hearings and, not
: : .and effect persons against unreasonable, pai.Mrs cn.llulonal or statutory veto bIt). extraordinary apportionment j session I term of four "years beginning on the manner prescribed I by law. The real 1. AMENDMENTS TO later than one hundred eighty day I

,i... BChe4 and and against the bd Each only advisory pw.r. The governor may veto any epeeifioappropriation which shall not exceed fifteen days first Tuesday after the first MondayIn estate may be held by legal or equitable UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION prior to the next general election, flla)
unreasonable .I.lr. of < > date and o In a general appropriation during which the legislature shall January of the succeeding year In title, by the entireties, jointy. incommon The legislature shall not take action with the secretary of slat its propo-
prIvateconumt1icsUona entering upon the duties of el' bill, but may not veto any quehi'itcation election and In as a condominium, sal, If of .
by any means, shal shall bond adopt a joint resolution of apportionment the general party primaries on any proposed amendment to the any, a revision ot tltis constitution
.. .:mitt b* violated. No warrant shall be ofo.and /iv. .. affirm required* or restriction without also velolng conforming to the judgment of I held, all candidates for the reedy by stock ownership or membership constitution of the United States unless or any part of it.
lw. or the appropriation which offices of and lieutenant representing the owners or member members there Section 3. INITIATIVE.
deBited upon do t I r the surpreme ttimrte governor governor a majority of the The pow
: ,upported except by v probable, c.ue. that .olemnr swear (or affirm). lates.. ( ) TXTRAORDtNARY APPOR. shall form Joint I candidacies in 's proprietary Interest In corporation of have been elected after the propos er to propose amendments to any see*
,.fJnorlplnj- the' place 1 or places particularly to be I th* Constitution, protect and, Gov.rn.ment and defend (Ib) When a bill or any specific TIONMENT SESSION -REVIEW 09'APPORTIONMENT. a manner prescribed by law so that owning a fee or a leasehold initially ed amendment has been submitted for tlon ot this constitution by Initiative at
of a general appropria each voter shall cast vote fora In excess of ninety-eight reserved to the ft tn.I
aSa ched. the .pproprlalol Within fifteen a single yea. ratification. people may b*
: ;:of things' to be P 'si seized>n or the persona communi.a thing. State of of the Florida United that States I and of the ton bi h.been vetoed by the WOVe. days after the adjournment of an extraordinary candidate for governor and a candidate (b l) Not more than one exemption Section 2. MILITIA. yoked by IIIng With the secretary b*
: ito duly
;caIltt lo be Intercepted and the na. qualified to office transmit his signed objections apportionment session, lieutenant governor running shall ba allowed any individual or (a> The mlllta shall b* composed atate a petition containing a oopy 04

N .ture evidence to be obtained., Artl. Constitution I I atate and.rh.tlh thereto to the house II which the attorney ffer.oral shall file a petition together.b family unit with respect t..xc.od anyresidential of aU ablebodled inhabitants of the the proposed amendment, signed b4(
rift this right shall not be II admis. .wel office perform the hou8 I. .101. setting forth the appointment resolution governor and each cabinetmember the of tha real estate assessable Intention to become citizens of the half of the congressional
tv\ in evidence, about( to enter.) So on which I with the secretary of state, whoahalt adopted bv the legislature, or If must be an elector not I.. to owner or, II case of United States: and no person because the stale, and of the stat a* a wholj

: 13. HABEAS CORPUS. God am now". help me lay them before that house none has been Hdopted reporting tai tan thirty years of age who has ownership through stock membership of religious creed or opinion shall b* equal to eight per cent of the vote*

-- .d-rne writ of habeas corpus shall be and thereafter shall at Its next regular or .pelal aesslon.and fact to the ,com t, Consideration In the state for the Drecedtnir Inc. corporation, the value.of the exempted from military ,iI1i'.XCeptupon cast In each, of such districts .
a "Violable!I of right freely and wlthoulpost. : attention to the e.vol. personal office they .haU b* .ntr.d 01 its journ. one validity of a joint ..V.I years. The attorney'general proportion which nia interest in the conailions prvvuvo..y..w. Ively and in the state as a whole \
a It shall be returnable without da. and continue office until hi. ,. al. portionment shall be hud as urJIl: have been a member of the bar corporation beam to the ...e (b) The organising, equipping, housing the last preceding election tn whlea
lay, and never be auspended un. .. I succesor (c) If each house shall bill by a two. for in cases of such joint of Florida for the preceding five value of the proprt. maintaining, and disciplining of presidential electors wire chosen

tens In .hal of rebellion I or Invasion, a aspenslon Is essential to public and method powers of campen.n.tion of state stat the vetoed speciflo approprta- ...Ion. would have, served as conditions specified therein, the exemption publio arms may be provided for by VENTION. -

afety.a md officers shall payment be fixed ton: of a general appropriation bill 14. BA idjudgede law. county by : vote of each member voting ahall MENT. Should an extraordinary apportionment than six years m two consecutive amount not .x..dlnl ten thousand IC< ) The governor shall appoint all to consider a revision of the antlr,

S.clol IL.-Unt. with Section 0. ENEMY ATTACK be entered on the respective Journals, session fall to adopt a resolution terms shall be elected governorfur dollar* of value of the commissioned officers of the mllltla, constitution I is reserved to the peopll
.ly., .v.ry "r.on of a of In and the bill shall become law or the of apportionment or should the succeeding term real ..t.t if the owner has attained Including an adjutant general who It may b* Invoked by filing; with tW'

..county d : : shall be municipal entitled or to periods attack emergency the leglalnture resulting I frontenemy ahaU speciflo appropriation reinstated* the the supreme court determine that theapportionment Section 6. EXECUTIVE DEPART. age or is totally and per shall b* chief of staff The appoint secretary of state a petition, contain

release on : have veto notwithstanding'section made Is Invalid, the MENTS. functions ef the execu- disabled ment of all general officers shall b* lag a declaration that a oonstltvUona
to for andtemporary man.nll
e. cient surety hal wit.uf. power succesalon provide to prompt the rrrEcnvE DATE OS'LAWS. court shall, not later than sixty daysafter Uve branch state government shall 7. ALLOCATION OF PAR subject to confirmation by the senate, convention la desired, signed by i

capital offense and of all offices pwer. Each law shall take effecton receiving the petition of the attorney ba .10te among not more than MUTUEL TAXES. Taxes upon the The qualifications of personnel number ol electors In each of on
,tile by Ufa rn' and the punlnha.proof : of which public become the sixtieth day after adjournmentsine file with the secretaryof departments. exclusive of operation of part-mutuel pools may b and officer of the federally recognized halt of Otis congressional .district nil
: may unoallable die of the session of tie! Icglsla- for to the allocated national guard. Including the adjutant the state, and of the
-o.un Is the presumption execute the functions of atate g.n.rol'i.r making such appor those specifically provided or auth.orized preempted state or state a* a whole,
LI ) heir t. and to .uch otherrnea.ureo ture In which en.cld or as olh.rl.a In this constitution. The administration or in part to the counties Whenallocated general, and the grounds and proceedings equal to fifteen per cent of the vote)
: Sertion 1$. PROSECUTION FOR adopt provided law a passed ',Section 17. of each department unless to tile counties, the distribution for their discipline and removal east In each such district respectively!
OFF S S as < may be necessary andppropriate over the veto f the governor It ahall
The IMEACHMEN. govet. otherwise provided in this I constitution, shall ba in equal amounts the shall conform to the ..appropriate and hi th* stale a* a whole in tit* lass',
to Insure the .
:. C1IME N.!,. COMMIED governmental operations continuity during the of take offoct *n tn* alUot day ., 101 wov.rlor.. l.utn.nt justices hall be placed by law under the direct several countiesSection United States army or air preceding election of presidential elect
) \ adjournment sine >essl of of the the 8. AID TO LOCAL GOV. force regulation and uiagea tort. -
(a No person shall o* tOted for In these the t supreme court, judges .mor.
ital grime without presentment e.p meraency.. the legislature exercising from powrs. which the veto la overridden 1 district eourts of appeal and judges Iutnanl auprYlol the governor and ERNMEN. State funds may be Section 3. VACANCY IN OFFICE
a .dlctment by a grand jury. or for other oth.r( requirements may of this depart conatitu- later date 'I.d tn the law or on circuit eourts shall be liable to o o.blnt. cabinet member, or an of t the several counties, Vacancy tn office shall occur upon the mpr than ninety day sfter the films;I
felony without such 'date fixed resolution psssed by achment for misdemeanor tn office. or board by and or spe creation of an office, upon the death of of Such petition there shall b* aubmit-j
presentment or Ion but only to the extent applnle .rv .ohot dl.trle. munlclpaUU.
a necessary both houses of the- the Incumbent or hi* removal
indictment or information under to meet the The house of representatives by Ira at the pl.a.u governor .uol ted to the elector of the state tna*
a emergency.Section : : te "ndlona to another
Section 10, P floe. resignation, succession
the f.1' thirds t vote shall have the may be provided by question "Shall a constitutional con-l
: prosecuting officer of 7. NATURAL, RESOURCES power wf except '
the h"b except persons on active AND SCENIC BEAUTV. It shall ba special law shall ct snpesch an officer. The speaker of (la) When provided by law, confirmation Section 9. LOCAL TAXES .office, unexplained absence failure for sixty to vectors b* held?" II a majority voting;
tic. of : consecutive
mllltla when tried by the policy of the state to Int.nlol ( e"oclm." } (oust\ ** of representatives ahall by the senate or thet approvalof (a) Counties, school districts, and days, or on the question vote In the affirma*.
..ourl protect its natural conservend and thereof published In the manner Mtwnr'at any time to appoint a comAme three members of the cabinet I shall municipalities shall,. and special maintain tile residence required live, at th* next succeeding (mere!
muU.1 failure
resources I and
) by law. a child cenlc beauty. Adequate provisionshall provided by general law .hitch ro < *> to Investigate charges against be required for appointment to or removal tricts may. be authorized I by law : elected or appointed upon office election there shall b* elected from
authorize to
elected to
of appointed
lice shall not b* when tv.* one or
a. therein be charged be made by law for the abatement law neceesary a*T eftlrer, subject to impeachment from any designated statutoryoffice. levy ad valorem taxes and within thirty daya from the each representative district a nvrmbe
pwlth violation except the provision tot r.fcrcn.dunn ILl Aa bthe authorized law to I a qualify of -constitutional convention. On the
a of law .. an act of of air and pollution and officer Impeached by general commencement of the term.
: delinquency Instead of crime and tried of f excessive and unnecessary wale noise ectlv. is cndton.d become e' ,tuM at representatives: shall be dlsMkhlt Cb'> Boards authorizd to grant and er taxes, for their respective Section 4. HOMESTEAD XEMPTTONS. twenty-first day following that eIee-<
a without a Jury or other requirements.applicable ARTICLE III by vot of -from performing any ofela revoke ... engage in regulated es, except ad valorem taxes purp. lion, time convention shall *lt> at time

. : to criminal cases Anv LIGI8LA: FUR he Section electors of the area affected "jH-o u"tl acquitted by the occupations shall be assigned to appropriate tangible: : personal property and taxes (a) There hall b* exempt from capital, elect officers, adopt rule ol.

. .child ao charged shall upon demand Section 1. COMPOSITION. The AWS. II. PROHIBITED SPECIAL ij )Jhe governor In impeachedhe department ana their memo prohibited by this constitution.b forced sal under process of any procedure judge the election ot| tta
made aa provided by law before legislative power of the state shall be > may by appointment fill the office lers appointed for fixed terms, sub.jsrct < ) \ valorem taxes, exclusive of court and decree membership, and fix a time and placa
There be no judgment or execution
a a In be ested In a legislature of the State of (a) shall no special law or until completion of the trial. [ to removal only for cause taxes levied for the payment of bonds shall b lire thereon, for its future meetings. Not lalar thaw
l a accept
S an ;: Ialro.i an Florida, consisting of a Senate composed general to law of local appllcaUonjxr. -<*i*'. ). .p.ehm.nl by the house Section 7. SUSPENSIONS TILLITJCl and t.. lev." for periods not longerthan for the payment of taxes and assessment ninety days before the nxi silencedIng -

e a ((1)) election .jIM'.a I.Y. contracted
b jurisdiction op duties ofofficer. .nste.' The chief .j of SIONSa. shall caus t* b tiled with the
disciplined aa ncti senatorial district and a house P vote of the elector who are the owners for the purchase Improvement **cr-
a Section except officers of--municipal! another desig.rated ( executive order the of freeholds tary ot state any revision ot this
1 lB. RIGHTS OF ACCUSED. or f representatives comported of one lea, reme ceurtt or ju.l. By stating therein not wholly or repair thereof, or obligation con
C In all criminal proaecuttona the ac member elected from each repr..n.ttve chartered counties specluslttlgttricta bv htm"I 1 the grounds and filed with the a.c.tr I from taxation shall not ba contracted for house, field or other tltutlon proposed by II.
local I:1
a .. ahail. upon demand be In* dlitrlct ((21 assessment or governmental alonel8; trial, except in trial of the chief of .Ial. the governor may J1 excess of the following I millages labor performed on the realty, the Section 9 AMENDMENT Olf XE
1mad of the nature and cause of the 2. MEMBERS-OFFICERS. for or c.n.olon justicein which case t. governor any state officer not sub- the assessed value of real following owned by the bead VISION ELECTION -
a agalnat him. and shall be Each honor shall be the sole Judge state or county inducing tiah nrontdtt. The n I. t determino led to fopeachment, any officer of state tangible personal property: of a familY property; (a) A proposed amendment to or revision
extension of
a I' a copy or the charges and of the qualifications, elections I and re- time therefor, relIefof : the time for the trial any 1m- the mllltttx not in the active service of for purposes, tea mills t ; for (1)) a homestead, If located outside ol this constitution, or any,
a hall have 1 the right to have compulwrjr urns of Ita members, and shall blenlallv I of their tax officers and from due prformon. peoch.-neU and may sit for the trial the United States or any county off I. i all muntclp'purposes, ten mills, for a municipality .to the extant of one part ot It, shall ba submitted to tha:

/ process for witnesses to confront choose Its officers Including a ties dul. rel.f whether Ire house of repreaentattveab's e. for nal..un., misfeasance, I all .., ten mU.; and for hundred sixty ashes of contiguous land lectors at the neat general- eI.etinmtheld
a i a. trial adverse witnesses, lo be heard permanent presiding officers selected : 11 fcppiien I or not. The time fixed neglect of ... Incompetence by law pr. by tha aleotors and Improvement thereon, which more than ninety days at.r that

a In person by eun.el or both. and to from Its membership who shall be de.signaled ((41((31 rules of evidence for In any court; for (trIal ...J not be more than six permanent inability to per'form I who are owners
C b.v a public trial bv Impartial In the senate aa President of punishment crime: montiis the Impachm.nt Dur. his: official duties, or commissionof I : therein not wholly exempt '* consent by reason of subsequent report of revision commission or constttutionol -.
a .pedr the the he Senate, and the house as Speo* er Ion )of petit juries. Including: edmparr.n. i rp at 1 iunpeeehme'w a felony, and may fill the office by tion. A county furnishing municipal i inclusion In a municipality; or It located convention proposing it la,
., trIm jurors except establishment Jf jhaH La their oath or affirmation for the filed with the secretary of state, unless
v I If II.WO"I Is of the House of Representative The commissions* upon appointment period of auspension. service may to the extent authori/ed' within a municipality to the extent
5 cot,kno te Ildlctm.nt senate 1 designate a Secretary to jury tat of ,' NV officer shall be convicted Tha auspended officer may at' by law. levy additional taxes within of one-half sere ot contiguous pursuant to l.w enacted by thsJ
. tlo nay venue two or more serve am pleasure, and the house ofrepresentatives change or crlmteal without the .ocufrnc. of two -thirds any time before removal ba reinstated the limits fixed '01 municipal purpoe land upon which the exemption ahallb affirmative vote of threefountha a
. !. conjunctively and proof that shall designate a Venice: erf At* l.o.n present. by thegovernor.b .". limited to the residence ef the own the hnentbership) of each hnuae of the
.. he crime was committed in that area Clerk to serve at Its pleasure ( ) conditions precedent to brftaaTteuf VtiSMonf ef ,In cases i iIfoh".t ( ) The senate may la proceedingaprescribed Section 10. PLEDGING CREDIT- er or his family; legislature and limited .inglsl
a&I, ba.sufflclent. But.before pleading legislature shall appoint an T. an' .or of criminal proceeding*, *e shall remove the offend by law remove from olfo N.Uh. the stat nor any county, (Si personal property to the Value amendment or revision It Is submtt-i'
. tile accused may eluct In which of serve at Its pleasure who ahdtl attdttpublIc tm. therefor: ..nd. in the discretion or reinstate the suspended .oho\\ of one thousand dollars.b ted at. an earlier special election held]
: tnoie counties he will be tried Venue records and perform related ((8)) refund of of lesjallv paid ev .ttt*) senate, "ay.lolud. diaqualifl. for such purpose the senate may be dl.lrel. or ". munlel"nl"cal. ( These exemptloas shall Inure to altars than ninety day after such filing

for prosecution of crimes I committed utles as prescribed by law or con. reml.lol fines pn.ll. o rot- oat .hold of honor convened session by a Joint owner with, or the surviving spouse of heir of th* .
: obr : (di) One In the and
b ypnd the boundaries of the state current resolution. f.lur. prf. Conviction or acqultnth4 president a majority of stockholder of or give lend or usa Its owner. tenth week-
: ,Hall be fixed) by law Section 1, SESSIONS OF THE I.EQ.i orI< ) enforcement, extenslof) not the civil or criminal membership : taxing power or credit to aid any corporation feb The homeetesd shall not b* subject one In the sixth week Immediately
SeCtion l l. EXCESSIVE PUNISH. ZSI..ATURE.i Impairment of liana based onyste tort* rs-ffeMiMtbimy of the officer (Icl Bv order nf the association I partnership to devise if the owner l it survived preceding the week In which lime election

0 &lN. f, Excessive fines. cruel or ( *. ORGANIZATION SFSSION3 ates_I.ct. or fixing of Jt... Motion 18 CONFLICT OF INTER. elected municipal onc.r Iv.mo. for person; but this shall not prohibit laws by spouse or minor child. The owner I Is held, the proposed amend
; punishment attainder, for On the fourteenth, day fallowing each on prlv.t contracts: Ear'A code of ethics for all state crime may from office authorizing: ot homestead real estate, joined by ment or revision, with notice of tile
feiture. of emate. Indefinite Imprimaai : general election the legislature shall f 10) public property 'In': employees and non-judicial officerspmhJbltlng until acquitted and the office filled bysppolritment
the Investment of public trust the spoase If married may alienate del of election at whIch U will be'Subttitpd

. and unreasonableWUAMfca laaoi..0f Convene for the a/xcluMve of tiding any Interest Ih.r.1 Jus prl. conflict between public for the period of funds; the homestead by mortgage, isle or to the elector*, shall ba
: My, tHIMU**. argaBUiiUita yd. UoUia l Wlcsu. vale purposes: duty and private. jtaUrMl shall be sion' not tt extend beyond .u.pn..
" .. tUl1' !. ul PW e .1_. -' Haiti*_ttiM POttttJ fJJ I t tsiM tf jlW I iU31.Ef Ja1 Bitt %ft SI ti&i! 4.1

I '.

- r-r. - 1 .,ear -- - - - - J_
.usa,_., xx

I -
u -

.. ,

THURSDAY; ;: EPT.i. 12. 1fW.S BRADFORD' COUNT TTOLTOnAPff.: RTARfCR. PI..nRm ( ._ .._Tt.rre_ __ "' Thr .

.ated .along wlth-the: other recruits gold chrysanthemums and larg.

.- -- ..... on Friday Aug. 30 is er mums. Emily Gay Williams

r LEOAI.NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE LEG-\L NOTICE 'HAMPTON now In a six months training of Gainesville\ kept the guest ,

.. program at the, ElectronicsTectuilo'an book for her grandparents. !

Proceeding ] ate I for the 'liehl., lUbntcMonol. 0 'TRICT 'hECTlONS. ---Registration : School In Govern Greeting guests with their parents /li sflll1
From Page
( ,. The board hall remit the pro. and elections In municipalities ahall '
In on. newspaper of tonerI .. CMdi of the ""mgix. .4Mr..govriunntal nUtlea By Mr*. Miry William or's Island. ,N. Y.. He is ex. on their Golden Wedding / !}
"ubU.fled Bald created elnuite m.jb/ provided '
In by
In each county account fpr ua county Anniversary were'' the Johnsons-
I circulation county In which .. follows *iaktyM. to the sVtaw.. pected home at Christmas.
,* newspaper U pllbUabed.Ce taw agency aupvrvlHinf. -the itatl NO. 3 Mr. and Mrs. George Ken. four daughters and their families.

< ) If the proposed Amendment or road' 'system Una twenty per cent to Senate :Joint Resolution No. BOX WHITE BIBLE SERVICE They were Mr. and Mrs.! '
4 vHlon trl apm-oved' by vote of the the governing: :: body of tin county. S'hs A JOINT RESOLUTION paoposlngrevision a nan have also received word .

11ctorl. hall. be effective i., an percentage allocated to the caiinty of Artlcl' VIII of the ConstltutloTi Mary Lou Cooper, whose mar that their sln: Tony has success. Frank Williams and Mr. and
amendment to or revision of the con. may be Increaved. :by: funeral law, Tn4 '' trf the state oC Florida relatingto riage to Fred Peoples will take Mrs. James Brooms all of / J4p 1LEHOMES :111
btltution of the state on the first Tues. proceeds of the "Mcond gON tan" auto counties and clUes fully completed: six weeks of : ,

Hay after the first Monday: In January jcct to allocuma" to "its >*V.ral co' '. Be ft BrsolTr- by Legislature of place Saturday Sept. 21 at 8' basic training at Lackland AFB Gainesville; Mr. and Mra. Arnold 0. .

following the election or on such oth.er ties under thiC paragraph" (51) vhall be. th* flat of Florida i 1 p. m. at the Baptist Church Haddock of Hampton; and
IT !5 Route 41 North
.. Big SavingsAll
date "' .Jbe specified in the uaed first. for (lie payment' of oWl lfo' Texas. Tony's graduation was
amendment or revision. -. That The following proposed revisionof will be honored by the Young Mrs. Johnny Allen of Santa ,
1 1I tlona pledging .V"nU.jDcuted Article Vlhof the Constitution of also on Friday. Aug. 30, and I Ink City: Florida 3205t:;
ARTICLE XII pursuant to Attic) IX, Section is01, Woman's th.9 Calif. Mr*. Allen flew 1968 Models J 'I
i 0CH&DULBSection the Constitution of IB6J. aa amended. the Stat of Florida Is hereby agreedto Auxiliary during; he has been .transferred to Barbara Phone: ((901)!> ) 752.2797

I 1. CONSTITUTION OP IMS and any/ refundlnga thereof;. .. ODd. *and o( this shall'"rate be submitted for ratification to the or elector rejection \Sunday evening worship ser'l Denver Colo, for. 3 or 4 monthsof In from California on Thursday I

SUPERSEDED. Articles I through fur the payment ef debt aervieeon. at the next general election to vce.: At this time members for the occasion and remained Prices Greatlv Reduced On All 1968'sNEW
JV VII. and IX through XX of the bonds issued aa provided by thll paragraph tiovcmber. technical: school.
Con!: .tlluUon of Florida Adopted In ((51) to finance the acquisitionand b* ,held. In 19tJ8. the auxiliary will present Mary I William BU1)) Alderman is with her parents through Wed- .,
IflttS .. amended from time to time construction of roads. ka defined ARTICLE VIII nesday. Many usetul gifts were
Lou :
with white gift Bible.
are superseded by this revision except by/ law; and third for the acquisition T.oCM 3OVEltNMENT a spending two weeks with his :MOON
retained and and contttructlon of road. When authorlzed <. Section 1 COUNTXS. Everyone' Is cordially Invited to received/ by Mr. and Mrs.
those sections expressly $42n5
". POLITICAL Sl1J3D1VISION parents.' Mr. and Mrs. T. J. AI.I 12\KO 3:J bedrooms furnished. 1 !% !
made a part of this revision by je. by low .l&le Bond pleUgttig (1.1) Mrs. Johnson.Mr. ,
terence. the full faith and credit of the state Th. mlfim" p-bi.ll taa divided .by law Inio attend this service I derman. Bill Is currently stationed bath HJKK DEIJVEUY.NEW

Section t. PROPERTY TAXES ", ajba/ i..ud without any election: political .upillvJttlont called court tic*. "All: boys and girls between at the Guantanamo and Mrs. George Ken- __ _ _
Counties: ferity be created. abolished orchanged
(it) to refund" abUaattona secured by attended all.
MILLAGES.! Tax millages authorized and any portion I ol the "1econ gaa tax' by to*. with provision for the ages of 9 and 13 are Invited/ i I Naval Station dn Cuba nan and girls an :MOON
municlpalltLea \
in oounties t
under Article or apportionment of the pul>* sing at the Way-1 _
the data this revision I allocated to. county p..vyrnent to the Junior Sunday School night gospel
districts- on those from
j Among Hampton
effective, be continued IX. Section III, o< Aha Constitution! 110| debt. Stadium In Waycroas. i! 12\17 :.1 J Keclrooms furnished frontKiUfion. $3658
may IBB", amended <11)) to ttnanoe theacquIsition Class swimming party to beheld the at cross
="i1'1'u by law.SecUon ai ;; and construction. of toads And method of Ga. Accompanying the Ken. FIIKK: UKI.1VKUY. ,
custody dliibursing at Indian
OFFICERS CONTINUE Mike Chltty's Laura Baptist Church In Starke _ .
In when the --- -
a county approved b/ governing county/ rufidi ihaU be provided by
IN OFFICE:. Every: : personIjoidlag body of the county/ and the general law. Beach home on Lake Santa Fe., on Saturday night were Mr. nans to Georgia on Saturday I :
otilc.when I this revision I 'become NEW MOONbcdrtMtnis
the elate I
tate' agency aapervlalng (ICI> GOVERNMENT. Pursuant to Those Interested In going are and Mrs. Jack Green and Nathan evening was Elaine Young-
effective: chaR. continue In *>(II.e. road system; and (I0t) to refund obllgatlona $3995
e for the remainder of the term If aecured r.a portion of the general: tOr:: law a county ifov- asked to meet at the Baptist : and Rev. and Mrs. Mel blood. _______ 12x51! 1 2 !!, furnished, I'/z _
: : established by char-
that office to not aboltnhed. If the of'glee "aecond gas tax allocated. under :Iiau I aths. FilET': DKI.IVEllY.imoNzwoon _
be amendedor Church Mr. and Mrs. Buddy SIngle. ; .
U abolished the Incumbent who LItm paragraph II (cl) ((4)' |)to such bowl tar which adopted. I at 9 a. m. Saturday,, Hamel.

paid adequate compensation. to be ahall be Issued unless a state ducal repeated efiiv upon vote of the .lector Sept. 14 and are to bring a pic- I Those celebrating birthdays ton and sons cousins of the ,
fixed by law. for the lola of emolu.ttienta created. by ia*> has made a -of! the county In a special election -
tot the remainder vf the term.: agency determination' that In no stat fiscal culled for that purpose I nlc lunch. Drnks: will be turn I this week are Kathy and Markalee Normans, have been

Section; 4. STATE! : COMMISSIONER year will the debt, service requirements: Cd> COUJH-Y OFFICERS.! There ished. Teachers for this age Donnie Brown and Timmy Sax. spending the week In Hamp 12\l: 2 ?bedroomi.( furnished, front $31"87
6t EDUCATION. of tile bonds and All other bonds secured hull be elected by the electors of ,
The. state superintendent, ,: of public by pledged portion of' the each count., for terms of four >ear.. I groups are Mr. Frank Clark on. Happy Birthday to aU ol ton. They are planning to return Kitchen. FIIKK: DELIVERY.CAI'KI.I.A _ _

fcifctructton: In office on the effective ''second gas et tfix" allocated to the a iiherllf a tax1 collector a tax asses I Mrs. Foster Hayes and Otis to their home in Fort
date ol this revision shall become and. countv.exceed eeventy.flva' per cent of sor.' a VttpftrvUor of elecllonsi' and a 'I you.Gerald _
for the .remainder of the, term' being the pledged portion :of the aecond cas cleric of .tlte circuit court: except, Melton. Thomas, son of Mr. Myers on Thursday

eerVed. ihtiU:: be :th* commissionervl tax' allocated to that county top ttte when:: provided] by county charter or RECENT BIRTHS and Mrs. WlUard Thomas. was Several families enjoyed an ] 2so: 2 bedroom 1 1" nails, I'uriM.sh $3995
-ducbtion.Scofton preceding atate fiscal year, of the fcpeciaf taw approved by vote of the
;, '6. SUPERINTENDENT OF pledged net tolls from existing facili elector. of the I'lnDr.: :I of I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams; recently Discharged! from the old-fashioned peanut boiling l'd. FHI.K DELIVERY.ALL ) -
0CHOOLSat ties colle.ted in the. precMing. tate leer rrtav be chosen man.tier service alter four years. During I .-.- _ _
< On tha effective date of .this. reariston fiscal year and of the annual averagenet therein' specified or leu.P'office I of Napa Calif. became the< Tuesday night. The fresh pea. ....
the county superintendent of tolls. anticipated during" the {Irst may be aboitalsed proud parents of a daughter this time Gerald served In nuts. furnished by Gene BLl't.1 I 5 10BS!) ;\\I()nF.LIIJSl': TIE SOLD _

public instruction ,,each county shall five years of operation of new project duties of the office prescribed by gen I Vietnam for a year where he
become and. for The remUurier of the to be financed Bonda l""Mea, pursuantto rat law are transferred to ahother of-. born August 24. The new arrival were eaten on the covered 1K!) 0 MODELS( ARE ALREADY{ _ '.

term being' aervdd.&aU be the superintendent this subsection ahull i n* payable: pri iice. When otoUierwlae' provided bypeunsty named Ella Amy Williams was an operator of heavy equip dock at'' the Santa Fe Lake I I IIccnn'W! : IN DAILY
; ; of schooirtrt fhat district tn.rlljfrom/ \the pledged lolls %.nd or. charter special law approvftttr I 'ment. _ _
(bi> The method the' lions of the i"_onu jttn lax', allocated j It J"a'1/ >1 the electors, the clerk joins an older sister.\ Paternal home of the Jack Greens. In
d'nt..fUblf: : HOSPITAL
ounty .: instruction to that ounty.D /. tf.-: \t.court ahall be en of.lclo: ; NEWS addition to the Bin and Green I I
of each county aa provided ( ) SCHOOL BONDS Article) KIT. 1 tno board of county commissioners. are Mr. and Mrs We regret to learn that Ted : 4
f under the Constitution of IBttS. as auditor recorder and .custodian Jim Williams. families. others attending the
>y or Section 18, of the Constttutlim;; of 1.. : Duncan of Gainesville son-in-
mended. ehall apply to the selection amended, It Immediately of ail county fundk. J Mel Hamel -
Im aa .existed gaherlng were Rev.
: 1 Morris and Mary Ann Hines ;
of the district superintendent of before: this revtaloVi become effective COMMISSIONERS Except I law of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.

schools until chanced .. herein provided la adopted by this reference aa when" tthtxrwAM provided by countycharter also became the parents of a Wynn has suffered a heart at. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Ken-

!/ part of this >revlslpn" f* coniputuly aa the 1"I.rnlnlbody of eachBounty Mr. and Mrs.
and girls
( Section S. LAWS PRESERVED: though Incorporate" 4iretn vMbaMm' : "sfiall be a board of countyefluntaaidaexd / baby' g'rl born in Gainesville tack. He has been in the Intensive nan

All laws m effect upon:: the adop except' bonds' or tax anticipation: eertlflcaus -' e ..( Oomposed of five members I .on August 29. This young lady I ; care unit of a Gainesville Charles Hicks and family;
the extend not
lion of this revision to I hereafter Issued thereundermay serving staggered terms of fouryears' !
Ifconllal..nwllb It. shall remain in bar Interest not In excess of fiveper After each decennial census was named AnnHs! Delores. Maternal Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Green and

. force until they expire by/ their terms cent per annum or such higher Vie board of county commissioners grandparents are Mr. I Marvin Wllliama admit. Susan; and Charles Congleton.
: was .., -
: er are repealed interest as may be authorized by ,hall divide the county/ Into districtsOf .--- -----.-
All statutes which under the statute passed by a three-fifths vote of contiguous territory as' nearly: equnl' and Mrs. Marcus Hancock. .ted to the Alochua General Hospital
Constitution .f-laflfl, aa- mended ap- each house of the tOII.lalur.Ion"! in population an practicable One commlsntoner I PERSONALS I
In Gainesville -I
: the state superintendent of public In each district on Sundayand
*>ly to Issued pursuant to this subsection (dl) milling
Instruction and those which apply shall be payable/ primarily from revenues shall be elected by/ the electors of the Mrs. FrankIe Jean Keys 1 underwent minor surgery >

;struction the county shall superintendent' :under this of revision public as'provided In Article XII. county.f Mrs. Neta -Johnson. Mr. and on Monday. At the time of this iJ'1'L'comhg I '
Section 18 of the Constitution of 181)9) < ) NON CHARTER GOVERN. HEY
apply respectively to the state com- as amended and If authorized by law.may MENT.! Counties not operating under Mrs. Buddy Singleton and Peck writing ;lie was reported to be

.,,1..lon..r of education, and the district be .d superintendent! t.of.schools., !! and credit I ot thew'uei'r'i I
the full faith of government as Is nrovtded
Section 7* RIOHTS KESERVED; ;' ..,..... _w..nuu... .n _...-.._ _. .. by ,generator' special law. The board Mrs. Arthur Rhoden! at Lake Mrs. Irving Young came
} All actions, rights l of action, ; ;; : : :; :
and obligations ondivtdUai. orlied by law, bonda of county. roiotmiaslonera of A county Geoige on Tuesday. Aome Tuesday after spend'ns
Malms. contracts
to Article XII Section 18. of the Constitution not operating; under a charter may
.. corporations and public of 188ft .. amended and enact in s manner' prescribed b> Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall of several/ days In Bradford County .

oodles or agencies existing effective on the shall date bonds Issued pursuant to this aubsec general law county ordinances not Inconsistent I Wauchula spent Thursday and Hospital.. Ann underwent eyo
Sf1. revision become. tlon (d'), may be refunded by the isauanc with general or special law,, ,
continue to be valid at If this revi.ioflSuad of bonds additionally securedby but an ordinance In conflict with amunicipal Friday with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. sw'gery and she too Is teportcd
not been adopted. All taxes pen. the full faith and credit of the shall not be effective .
ordinance to be doing finedDubb
fines and forfeitures owing to5he Watterson. Thursday dinner %
nit let
of stat only at a lower net average In- within the municipality to the. I
1 state under the Constitution Carter Is still hospital-
.. shall inure to the tereat costrate. extent of such conflict guests of the .Wattersons were
pici.tat. under this revision and all sentences (e) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds I 1st. Counties<'g> CMAftTER GOVERNMENT: MI'. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper andgrandchildren lard at the VA Hospital. in w'c
this Section g of Article operating county charters .
shall pursuant
for crime
as punishment were he! continueto
5e executed according to their term. XII which are j.yabl. prlm.rllJor.I.t" / shall have all powers of local i of :Starke. I Ae I

fbi> This revision shall not be retro.Octive from revenues' : tothis self-government not Inconsistent willlener.1 >. Recent' guests of Mrs. Pency Improve./ He is allowed to
law, with law
b* Included In or special approved
to right or liability section have )
as createeny
which so I did I not exist/. under the applying' ; the limits upon th* amountof by/ vote of the electors The I Adkins were Miriam Kelly of company and would enjy

Constitution 01 1888. .. amended based state. bonds contained: In Section 11, governing body m.of a county operating' ; Winter of having you visit him. i
the Article VII. of this revision. untie a charter, may: enact, county' ordlnances Haven. P. D. AdkIns
matters occurring prior to I Mrs. ,
upon Home suffered only
of this revision PRESERVATION OF' not Inconsistent with general Dundee and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
adoption Section 10 1
Section 8. PUBLIC DEBTS RE. EXISTING GOVERNMENT. All law. The charter shall provide which i slight Inurles as a result of an C
Adklns of Green.Mr.
Bowling .
shall In the event of conflict
prevail "
COGNIZED. all bonds revenue certificates provisions of Articles I through IV between accident In which: she and Mr.
and ordinances -
revenue bonds and tax ant VII sod IX through XX of the Constitution municipal and Mrs. Gerald Adklni 'involved
"cipatlon, certificates issued pursusnt ol 1885 as amended not embraced had Home were / iFrklay
(hi) TAXES LIMITATION. Property as Labor Day weekend
!to the Constitution of 181)9) .. amendd herein which, are not inconsistent night. Some damage was -dona
by the state, any agency/, polltcalubdivialon with this revision shall become situate within munlclpaUtieishall \,guests Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
:: be
ofJ not subject to taxation for to both cars Involved Including'a
or public corporation atatutes subject to modlfcatlon or repeal
I J the state shall remain In full force and ae are other statutes. services rendered by the county ex<. ;Prlester of Ft. Fierce Also recent broken windshield' In the 1
the benefit of the
effect and shall be secured by the II DFLETION Or OBSOLETE property visitors of the Adklns were .
or residents in unincorporatedO Home car. This occurred
t .ame sources of revenue as before the SCHEDULE ITEMS. The. I as ,' i( .
of this revision and to thaextent ,ir. and Mrs. Pitt Newsome of '
adoption Ina wu thrown forward. Ti'V '
I' legislature shall have power by Jointresolution necessary to effectuate this of : ',: to,1 delete from: this j revision: county ordinance shall be filed with Bayles Highway. On Sunday ., report that they were mostly I
the applicable provisions ,
section of thla Artlcla XII Including the ,
of amended, I any secretary of state and shun become afternoon Shep Thomas of
*he Constitution 1889 as bruised and
when all events to sore.
this effective at such time thereat .
.re retained as a part of this revision deleted la Stnrke visited with Mr. Adklns. "" '
of which the eectlon to be or ter as is provided by general law ; CORREtTIhThrough
in full
until payment pubUcecUritlOI.
could become applicable have occurred VIOLATION! 0- ORDINANCESPersons ; Sunday guests of Mrs. Ida
A legislative determiration ol In last
Section 0' BONDS.' violating county ordInances an error
1 I fact made as a bnslB for application ol shall be punished. Wiggins were her son and
ADDITIONAL Id' week's column It
(a) toi'.o.ted.n:; was reported
this section shall be subject' to ,judicial t
be issued
(additional revenue honda shall daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
pursuant to Article IX, Section review. : 4k( SEAT In every countv that Rita Meng. daughter of

17. of the Constitution of 1889. as Section 12. SENATORS The re. there shall be a county seat atwhich Leo Wiggins and her a1Ster, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng and
mended Article XII Section 10. of qulrements of staggered terms of senators shall be located the principal Mrs. Eve Menefee all of Jack. '
the Constitution ot 1888. as amended In Section 19 (fa.). of Article III offices and permanent records of all a recent graduate of BUS

.s It existed Imm.llla..ljb.'ore/ thla of this revision shall apply only to sen. county officers. The county/ seat may sonville. The guests also vlalt. d would 'be attending Massey:\
elected In November. 1872. and not be moved. except a* provided by
revision becomes effective. Is adopted
with Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeWilliams .
general law. Branch offices for the Business! College In Jackson
toy this reference .. a part of this revmlon thereafter. .
.. completely as though Incorporated Section 11 LEGISLATIVE AP conduct of county buslneis may/ be establlnhed <. : and Mr. and Mrs vllle. Rita will attend Florida'
herein verbatim except bond. PORTIONMENT. The requirementsof elnawhere the county byresolution / H
JV William Maxwell while In
of the I Technical College In Jackson
certificates hereaf.icr In Sec \. ,
or tax anticipation .
issued thereunder may/ bear interest nl"rJ.rtl:: Article apportionment." III of this revision:: the law.county In the manner pre.cr'bed I I Hampton.Mrs vllle where .she will study com ,....

not In excess ot five per cent per shall apply only to the apportionment by No instrument shall be drrm Richard Davie left
by I
.nnum or such higher Interest .. may/ of the legislature. following the, decennial ed recorded in the county until filed / puter programming. Our apojo.

fee authorized' by statute passed by a cnsu of 1870, end thereafter at the county seat according! to!law, train lait Friday to Join her glcs.WKDDING.
three-fifths vote of each house of the .
( ) ESTABLISHMENT. Munlclpa husband who Is currently stationed
legislature. No revenue bond. or taxnticlpation ANNIVERSARIESMr.
certificates shall be Is- Section 14. REPRESENTATIVES- ties may be established. or abolished at Ft. M Md. Donna
TERMS. The legislature': at IH firstregular and their charters amended pursuantto ade. I and Mrs. Lonnle Melton,
after 30
sued aii69 pursuant thereto June session following the ratification general or special: law When any ha' been residing with her parent who celebrated their 3<>th wed
of this revision by/ joint resolution
ib) REFUNDING to finance the BONDS.cost of state Revenuebonds capital shall propose: to the elector of the shall municipality be made is for abolished\the protection;' provision of itscreditors. ?, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rho: dug ann'verfary' on Saturday.
for ratification I or rejection ,
projects issued prior to the date state were honored with a surprise I
the general election of 1970 an amendment POWER! Municipalities shall den.Word |I
this revision becomes effective in to Article III. Section 19 I ibi)I. ol have governmental corporate and has been received that supper given/ at the home of''
rludlng projects of the Florida state
turnpike authority or Its successor but the constitution providing for members staggered of proprietary powers to enable them U Ronnie Knight son of Mrs. Ina their son-ln-luw and daughter
terms of four years/
conduct municipal government, -
excluding all portions of the stale perform Home ha completed nine Mi., and Mrs. Glen '
highway system/ may he refunded .. the house of representatives municipal I functions and render ? Thomas 0

provided by law without vote of the. Section 11 SPECIAL DISTRICT municipal services, and may exercise I weeks of bas'c' trainIng for the and children. Others enjoying 1
TAXES. Ad valorem taxing power any power for municipal' purposes' except '
electors at a lower net average Interest
: : : : U. S. Coast Guard In tlu evening with their parents
cost rate by/ the influence of bond. vested by law In special. districts. existing as otherwise t provided by law

not later than tie obi I ga when this revision becomes effective Each municipal legislative body/ shall I May, N. J. Ronnie who gradu- were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
r.o1un shall I not be abrogated by Section be elective. I
revenues. onlv., secured by the"4 same 9 (br of Article I VII herein, butsuch .tct, ANNEXATION Municipal annexatlon Hnffan_- -and- sons__u_ nf__ Rt.!_' .. _AIID-IIH.___n.. I

(ICI> MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX. powers except to the extent necessary ot unincorporated territory I tlneMr.andMrs.; Irvtn Me-:
: to pay outstanding debts maybe merger of tnunlclpnlltles. and exercine ,. 1
JS.III s.I( A state. tax designated "second restricted or withdrawn' by luw. of extra territorial powers b> LEGAL NOTICEd Conaghy of Starke: and Otis

gas tax" of two cents per gallon Section 18 REORGANIZATION.Tha municipalities I shall: \ 'be as provided bj// Mellon of Hampton air. and
of Section 6. Article general or specif., ) law
,upon gasoline I and otherlike productsof requirement I
Mrs. Melton
petroleum and an equivalent tax IV of this revision shall not apply/ until Section J, CONSOLIDATION.. ORDINANCES. Local laws re : received many .

'upon other sou reed of energy used to luljI./ 1 I. 1IMO government of a county and the /ov. latin( )g only to unincorporated areas of lovely gifts and cards
Section 17 CONFLICTING PROVISIONS ernment of one or more municipal!
Igtropel motor vehicles an levied by/ I
{Article IX. Section 19. of the Constitution This schedule U designed ties located therein may be consolldnt a county/ on the effective date of thisarticle Clarence and Joyce Hagan
be amended repealed I
of 1889. a. amended I. hereby/ to elfect the orderly transition of government ed Into a dingle ..uv.rnmenlVhl by county I
Constitution of 1881 may exercise any and all ol
(continued for a period, of forty confaecutlve from the' powers HOME:
years. The proceeds of snid I as amended: to this revision and shall i the county and the several municipal!* RULE.(I> CONSOLIDATION Article VIII Sections AND 9. 10, 11 i guests In the home of her

[tate tax shall roads l be distribution placed: t monthly fund in in the the any control part In of all Articles cases I of through conflict IV. with VII ties proposed The only consolidation by special: plan:law' ; may; which' Ix amended and 24. of shall the Constitution remain In of full 1889 force ss parents Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle i' D.

shall become effective If approved byvote
state treasury/. and IX through XI herein Melton on Sunday:\ tl
and effect as to each county affect
S (2) Article IX. Section It. of the NO. 2 of the electors of the county or I I
Constitution of 1889 as amended Is Brnale J"lnl Resolution No. fIX] of the county and municipalities ffected 1 L ed as if this article had not shall been. Mark PISer of Gainesville/\ '
RESOLUTION a .. may be provided In theplan. adopted until that county expressly UJ
'adopted by this reference as a part A JOINT pniposlngrevision
adopt a charter or home rule and Randy Hicks were guestsof
of this revision' as completely as of Article Viol toe Conatitulion Consolidation shall nut extend .
though incorporated herein verbatim of the Mat' of Florida relating to the territorial scope of taxation for plan pursuant to this article. All pro.visions M'chael Allen and Danny _
of Dade
and eligibility.Be the payment/ of prvexlflting debt except the Metropolitan
-for the of I providing that' after NUiIrage
the effective purpose date of this revision It Resolved by the Lc-l.lalure ol tn areas whose residents receive County Home Rule Charter hereto i I. Bowers on Wednesday through I

i the proceeds' of the "second gas tax toe State of FiorIdS: a boncr.t. from the facility fir service fore or hereafter adopted by the elee i iI Friday of last week.
i as referred to therein shall,: be local-1 I : That the following I proposed' Petition: fur which the Indebtedness was Incurred I bra of Dade County pursuant to Article -
ed among the several counties in accordance ot Article VI of lha Constitution,: of the VIII Section II, of the Connt.tut- Mr. and Mrs. Dan JOhmon.1
with the formula stated, State of Florida I I. hereby agreed to Section 4. TRANSFER OF POWERS lion of 1889. as amended shall be I II
therein to the extant necessary to and shall be submitted to the electors By: law or bv resolution of I valid, and any mO'ld'd: : suchcharter I who ob'erved their 50th wed \ PORTRAITS !
shall valid that
comply with all obligations I to OP for ol this ante for ratification or rejection the governing bodies of each of the ; ding anniversary on Thursday.' ,
the said provisions of such charter
the benefit of holders of bonds revenue at the next general election to beheld governments affected any function or
[ and the said amendments thereto are Sept. 5 were honored
certificates and tan' anticipation In November 1908ARTICI : power 01. county municipality 01 by their
certificates' or any refunding; thereof .E VI special dlatrlct m.jbo/ transferred to, I authorized under said Article VIII. children with a reception! which
secured by/ any/ portion of the "second50s IVI FR.\GE AND FLECTIONS or contracted to be performed by another ( Section II. of the Constitution of 1889."as .
tax," Section 1. REGULATION OFFLFCTIONS countY munlclMllty' or syucin m 1dCOUNTY was held Sunday afternoon at x,10.11 color
((3, No funds anticipated to be si- All elections by the district: after approval by Vote of the POWERS Hampton C'ty' Hall.During the .
located under the formula stated hi people shall be by direct and secret electors of .In* transferor' end afprovnl >- CONFERRED UPON MUNICIPALITIES
Article IX. Section 16. of the Constitution vole. General elecllona shall be determined b? vule I r' the electors nf the To the extent not Inconsistentwith afternoon more than 60 guests

of 1H89. .. amended shall) be by. plurality ol votes cast :transferee, or a,( otherwise proyldecySetTon the powers of existing the: munictpa.lilies :: : dropped In to extend best wl'hen .
general law MetropolitanGoverflmsot
and elections ahall. and or
pledged' security for obligationcreafter Registration
: as any ? .. LOCAL Io of Dade County may ex to the couple and to enjoy
.Issued or entered Into. except political I party (functions may be re> OPTION.:;;;
that any outstanding obligation gulated. bv Inw cal. option on th* totality, of pitohthi erclse all the powers conferred now or refreshments. The Jofhnsons' '
.,. cvlously Issued pledging revenues Section 2. ELFCTOR-I Every cltl- tion of the sile "l tntftftleatfnii'' IkrMnrs. hereafter by general law upon muni :

allocated under said Article IX Section ran of the United States who Is al wines c'.nrh"a:; be r preserved teach ; clpalltlesg grandchildren assisted in the 9' 9
16. may/ be refunded at a lower least twenty-one/ years of age and solos of a doufliwith > DELETION OF. OBSOLETE ;I hospitalities for the reception.The .
residentfor Iherettf shall be tfhdrtgrC! legislature
n=t average Interest cost rate by the who baa been a permanent respect
in sue nee ot maturing one year/ In the stale, and six only bv t.r::: pf the electors" In a spscla -, shall Save power: by joint resolution'1 I' beautiful tiered cake whic.i .
tint later "Ut'1..lno'tI': :: 'n refund months In a eountv Is registered as I I dulled! I upon th- petitIon I ni: to delete from this article any aubsec was decorated In white and PLUS 50t .

ed. secured bjthe/ same revenues provided by law, shall h* an electorof twenty five per'cum pf tbelctoraof ; : lion of this !Section 6, Including this FILM CHARGE (
a.,d any other security authorized In that counuv' Provisions I may/ be the county abdncU sonnrr tin. tviyears subsection when all events to which gold was served by Mrs._ Jean' '

pa*.graph (fS'> of this subsection.'i made by law for; other bona fide. rest after rn earlier 'lection, fin fIo :t Subject to the requirements of dents of the state who are at leasttwentyone same questlM.: When 1cffal. the aol': could become applicable have occurred
p graph ((21 I of this subsection anda years of age lo vote In of Inttixlcttti, liqm wjn-n ant I A legislative determination of Single long-Btemmed yellow
IST payment of administrative exp the election of presidential electors beers sSill b* regt"rt'< ..;* ,|law) I fact mad as a basis for application roses graced this table. Delicious A One subject Babies Children Satisfaction
n.e. the "second gas tax.' shall be Section 3. OATH. Each ellglbH Section 4. !9CHRDUL'! 1 of this subsection shall be subject to variety per ,
a located to the account of each of the citIZen upon registering shall subscribe tat /rticle nhalcptace; all: o J l I Judicial, review & golden-colored punch was G "
e veral counties In amounts to be dete the following, : "i do solemnly Article Viir of the flfntltutlon' oj;i IN TESTIMONY: WHEREOF. I served by Mrs. Nell Mann of of Two family Teenagers Adults guaranteed
id. those I have Hereunto, set my hand and affix. poses per ,
i mined. follows: There shall be an swear (or affirm that I will protect 1889 as amend e.e'I// sec
initial allocation of one-fourth In the and defend the Constitution of the tlon, exprr..iv: reilrs'1) ansi mede. ip ed .the Great Seal of the State of Flor. Gainesville/ and Sheila Haddockof

ratio of county ares to state area United States and the Constitution ol .rt of thla articleMUMlClPALinf.S' 1w c'r. I Ida st TsUahassee.. the Capital thisthe Hampton. Both punch bawls: .
one.fourth in the ratio of the total the State of Florida and thai' I am (hi COU'Vt'S .- tOIi'lTY I 12th day of August A D tailS

county population to the total population qualified to register aa an elector un. DISTRICTSThe ,, I IIJCRETAR\OlfA"f:: were on lacMpvered; tables "'-.
of the state In accordance with dee the Constitution and Jaas of. the. status of the following It .... withoV .,I : Which were centered, with love DAYS : -
the latest, available federal census State of Florida exlfft ort the date thin article .he'" ""eAL'I .- -1 /" 'v
and one-half In the ratio of the total Section 4. DISQUALIFICATIONS comes /ffcflve Is rejoffj end I .$4.2o-Laal Adv. ly Identical errangements of .
"'.-cond gas tax' collected. on retail No, person, evnvlcted I of a fi-hmy. 01 hall foe conHnued until changed In accordance .' 1 FRI. and SAT. / ;
.-1.. or use In each county to the total adjudicated In thla or any other state with law: the counilrs of the" -
collected In.1I counties of the to be mentally Incompetent shall be state: their status with respect" to the I
state during the previous fiscal year. qualified to vote or hold tufloi 'unttl .....lIl1y of me ftulit of inti'tealtng' II
If the annual, debt service require* restoration of civil rights'. -removal quurs wIne. and beer; <**. .metnnt. DaWitt 'C. Jones Funeral Home $"I I

ments ot any obligations Issued for of disability. of silttcUon of County 0111..... tie DATE oPtbOLtARSiO]) : \
any county./ Including any deficienciesfur Section 8, GENERAL AND SPECIAL psrformiince 01 munlrtpal function'' : & *
prior' years/ secured under paragraph ELECTIONS. a general elec.tion by county fflceri.: the county. sent 3T4KKE fHONfi 964.6200 l
of this subsection exceeds" shell ..,.. lucid '.In* **rh' renal .on em* the municipalities. and *- etr I'
the amount which would be allocatedto the first Tuesday after the first Mon. districts of the state, their power KEYS'roNE.IIEIGIITS PHONE 473-3176 SEPT. 13th & 14th
that County under the formula setout day In November' of each even nunv !Jurisdiction: and jvernmnt( 1 .
In this paragraph the amounts: si bored year: ; to choose 'Bucceasnr to in orrrcERS TO CONTINUE IDOFflCC J / % .' "" .
located to other counties shall bt reduced escl' elective slat and county efflcer Every person holding, officmh '\ -"
proportionately' whose term "'III.lr., before lbs next .n. this article brom effartivi
5i, Funds: allocated under pars- general election and, except a* proS shell continue In office for the r-. Rental I Services jr STUDIO HOURS .;
I' mba ,il, and .I4i, of tins subsection' tided herein' to III! earlS vacancy, In mninder <>f line Dun If that oflwff ti :
sill ... administered, by the stile, elective office lor the imeMplred nor.tlon nlOt> abbllnhed If the offlre ,In. ahuiirh, I
tod of mtrrim-... trot ton r"#=.'d unJ>r ,I of the term .Special election end uti. the incumbent shn'l' be paid ale'' : HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS: WEST CALL STKEETSTAHKE ;
s i\.tltle. IX. Sjctiin Itf of .She <'onat. :fersod3 shall b* holil as provld.l; by q c.ur.3leriallo'I\ til ha fixffd' b])' 1 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.

of IP'i t.i '. and I. .. (' i !" l'sa ofHe en'tiriientluiU. ., CRUTCHES ,. FLORIDA

...ltsA II .."..........i a* a t NUl tv.Vur': & bactiun I. MbHlCU'tVl.'' : A.O13. I I .. n.j-iiae. pt, I84I4SUi.> s,, .. j '

4. (

Th.aarsa- - -_ - - - - __sa.5.a-
-- -- -

_____ .--- __ H



.......D.T. SEPT. ..-.-1968 BRADFORD OOtTNTV TBUCGRAPn.: BTARKB. FLORIDAINDIAN a"'_..."_',,.._.._. _.a..n._... -___ M.-._."_._. _..._..r_

have been flittering around news for us. 1 In the Denmark 'home Ronnie t '
lately vacationing and enjoyinglife Ernest Byrd of Birmingham. has returned to work with Clay t- burg. We will give, them away

BEACH in geneial. About threeweeks Ala. was a supper guest of the Electric, after completing a' 2-. RECREATION DEPT. NEWS \ With Your County AgentBeginning free One, to night any last other week county had
ago. they took their Jack Millers last Thursday and year hitch with the Navy.' we
JContlnued Prom Page One] travel-trailer down to Flagler Friday night. Mr. Byrd Is the Harold Snellen. son of Mrs.:.' .' /a mighty good meeting at Law.
Beach, and stayed a week. Altec representative for the Tom Crutchfleld left Monday for Registration For Fall Program I DI) Games begin second weekof tey with our strawberry; grow
visit last Thursday (, Registration for the Fall Programs October (twice September 15. more closed out with about 250 eroS, Dr. Sal Locaasio and Mason -
They left the trailer there, and Clay Co-op. Altec Is the hydro- Oxford, MLss., where !he will eon a week) E) memo
Robert Kite Is now attending visited in Georgia, for a few lie system used by the Coop.It ter graduate' school at the University at the Recreation Center Season ends third week of No- than 36,000 memters of Farm ber. A hard working presidentand Marvel spoke and answered
school In Jacksonville, and 18 days. Then they went back to was his first field trip to of Mississippi. Harold will get under way Monday. vember. Bureau will observe a very board of directors! can well questions. A special visitor and

tome on weekends Alicia Kite Flager Beach, until after Labor Florida and he was very impressed has been awarded a $3.000 asslstanshlp September 16. I Bantam Boys Flag FootballA special seven days living and boast that this has ben: a productive slide proector operator WM Dr.
will! return to Florida State Day. Mrs. HiUiard's brother with our relaxed enjoyable < in medical research There will be Flag Football ) Boys ages 10, 11 12. B)) Registration talking Farm Bureau. year. Probably the attraction Vic:: Nettles, who is the .acting

University next weekend. Rodney Ancll Sweat of Yonkers N. Y. way of life. Friday f for the cure of cancer. Harold< Leagues for boys age 7 through begins Sept. 16. C) In Bradford County we havea that has had most to Head: of the Vegetable Crops
Kite surprised his parents Is visiting them for a few days. night T. C. was in Gainesville received <& BS degree in ChemIstry High School age. Registration Practice begins( Sept. 23 (twicea little more than 350 memberships do with! making this a good Department. All took part In
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite when Connie HoYdick and Tom and i from Carson-Newman College for all age groups will begin, week), D) Games, begin second A membership! In, Farm year was the quarterly memo discussions after the meeting.!
he called them to tell them Helen as manager of the Keystone last Monday, Sept.'16, week of October (twice a Bureau represents the entire! bership meeting, each in a dif- Some good points on fertilization
'that he and Becky Sapp of Hagen of Jacksonville, Heights Indians at the Football year Last year our"flag football week) E) Season ends third family. In Bradford County we fumigation, weed con
spent the weekend with Pap, Jamboree at Citizens Field. have covered trol and varieties
TCalnesville were married. The program was such a success week of November Farm Bureau members was discussed -
newlyweds will live In Ga'nes-' Reba, and Henry Norsworthy. Sunday, Jack, Joan and Lou GARDEN CLUB that we are going to form a Junior Boys Flag FootballA with from one to ten children,, Farm Bureau There is always good to
Mrs. Emma Lee Heath and took a big swing through Bradford Bantam this means that If Farm Bureau I come from these meetings
vllle. "Congratulations to Rodney League and a Junior ) Boys ages 13, 14, 15. B) Registration a in Florida In 941, There has
and Becky" Mrs. Norwood were visiting Mr. County looking at wale A pre-season planning session League. Following Is a breakdown begins Sept. Itf.! C) meeting was held': with 100 been a gain in membershipeach when growers bring up things
and Mrs Earl Nightengale in t and visiting friends and relaflues. for the different per cent attendance, we would of interest to all present
We would like to welcome for officers and chairmen of the age Practice begins Sept 23. D) year since that time. ?.
John and Leland Moore and Jacksonville, and doing some They visited Lous cousins Garden: Club of the Lakes was groups: Games begin second week of probably have more than 1,200 In Bradford County no one
daughter. Ashley who moved shopping last Thursday. Mrs. Frances Cr ws and Dewey held August 29 at the home ofMrj Small Fry Fla*',Football-A) I,. October. )persons present. Farm Bureau, has disagreed with the fact that

In the Piper house for the next t Nightengale is Mrs. Norwood's I Murrhee of Graham. Mr. and Albert Bachmann on Lake Boys ages 7, 8, -9. B) Registration Senior Boys Flag Football had had o> good year In Bradford I we are en.oylng; our greatest
year. Mr. Moore is sister. Mrs. J. D. Rimes of Worthing- Geneva The first regular meetIng begins Sept.-18. C) Practice A) Boys ages 16, 17, 18. B) Registration County. The 1967 year was membership. We look forward
Sperry Rand. an engineerat Mr. and Mrs. E. W. RevelsSr. ton Springs and!! Mr. and Mrs. of the club will! be held at begins Sept. 24 (twice. a week). Begins Sept. 16. C) to letting our people know I LOW heat high coot'?

As we have told before have been visiting MrsRevels' D. L. NorrIs of Santa Fe. They the home of Mrs. Bachmann' on' Registration ends Scot.- 27.- D- ) we.know: the,boys and girls are more about Farm Bureau dun L i
:you --
the .snakes are really on the sister in Waycross, Ga., started home just in time to Thursday, Sept. 26, move. With all who has been Ul. get into the bad storm we had Morning Worship: 11 a. m. October E) Season ends third etc, however, for those who Week We in Bradford Countyarc
we're Saving of this rain Mrs Eleanor Johnston and Sunday evening. Nursery at 11 o'clock: service week of November. need to relax and"have a little I fi.-tunate that our

higher dryer ground they're, hunting Mrs. Dorothy Hldlebran. of t It looks like the pattern is only.: R v. Leon' F. MUner, Registration for the annual recreation after the long day of ty opj'.atlon: ; : allows

fore too long they'll be and be Melrose, were visiting Mrs the same this year, Labor Day lroat>r. Punt, ,Pass &: Kick Contest, to study the Recreation Depart-, :Ji'r! glblllty: to any CoUll-I
looking James Robbins Tuesday. Sat >Is gone and so are the ment has 2 centers
for a winter home. people. -EPISCOPALSt. be held October 12 is now under open daily Bradford County We
two last week,, and We killed urday, Joann Strickland and Each year the news begins( -.., Anne's Church Rev way for boys ages 813. for fun and games. The Pratt to call President A. H. Harley,
saw another -
'tine Sunday. daughters Sandra and Linda dropping off quickly after La- William I. Jones, Vicar Holy Every boy will have an equal Street Center is open from 3:00: Jr. for any information about,
,particular Although these visited and were supper guests, bor Day, and hardly anyone Communion chance to win as three trophies -5.00: for grades 1-6 and the Recreation Farm Bureau. J
snakes aren't First Baptist Church, Rev a. m every
(water snakes) poisonous I of the Robbing. Sunday, Bobby visits the lake anymore. Except Lawrence Carroll Sunday SundaY, First Sunday Holy will! be given In each age group! Center (Old Armory) Is BRADFORD BUGS Chevron Heating Fuels ln"
they csurely an Sherry, Bobby Jr.. and Timothy maybe when the fish are 'biting pastor 1 and: the boys will compete only open dally: 3:10: p m. -5:30: for We brag about lot of :rease your comfort and rate
make Communion, 8 and 9:30a. a good I
School a. m. :
you hurt yourself! 9:43:<< a. m Worship -
Strickland, and Jimmy Weber good or occasionally to visit against other boys their own grades 712. duce fuel cost to a mlnSTANDARD
getting out of their Services, 11 a. m. and m. Second, third, and four- things most of the time and mWa,
way, cause and Billy Weber all of on a holiday. There BACK TO SCHOOL
most Jacksonville I want to remind I th age. is no charge for entering now I believe we are being
people are scared of any were you all that 7:30: p Training Union, SundaysMorning Prayer the contest. TEEN DANCE I
visiting the Robbins' we still have lovely, The contest punished. As the earwigs
snake. Jackie 6:30 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer are
Lanier told : p. m. Nursery open for There OIL
us will be Back To
swimming Is sponsored a
weather ( by Terwlllegar
good f'sh to fade the
that out gallinlp-
'I -Sunday, 7 Dayswill
water they.snakes had killed several I I'd like to pause a moment Ing too) these days, and some all services. I be announced.p. m. Holy Ford Motors and will be con- School Teen Dance this Friday,, per mosquitoes! and love-bugs/ Call Your Standard Oil|

N. night, their lately Sunday now, and express my personal times it lasts till November. So, I CATHOLIC ducted by the Recreation Department Sept. 13, at the Old Armory, have taken over. We have all MAN IN STARKE
JJielr eon came up on congratulations to Mr and before it's too late, why don'tyou ( LUTHERAN Boys may register at featuring the "Mind's Eye," of had lots of names (given to'
St. William's Church. Qun car-port to go in the Mrs. Lonnie Melton of Ham D> get out this weekend and Divine Worship, 11.. m either Terwlllegar Motors or Lake City. 'f' these love-bugs and now that
and a 21 Inch Coral ton, day Mass, 9 a. m WednesdayMass ; the Recreation The dance Is open only to 9 .1-5132
who celebrated their 39th enjoy yourself in the good fresh Sunday. Holy Communion, 2nd Department. Registration they have made their second
snake crawled over his foot. Anniversary \Saturday One of out-doors while you can. Hope and Novena, 7 p. m. Sunday. Services held each will end October 4, students of Bradford County invasion, they have really been,
Naturally they killed It. She their children to see Sunday at St. Anne's 19G8. ages 1319. Admission is $125 'Standard OH Company(I no.bl
said Otis is my best you all soon. Since most -COMMUNITY CHURCH Episcopal (given some names not good for i I_ Kll
road she that also saw one In the friend "Congratulations to the of the children went back to Church. William Wise, RECREATION; CENTERS and the time Is 8.30: p. m. 'to printing. Only thing that helps I" ....

_u_ ,'-_,_ L had; been run overi.oiu Meltons!I school last week, I wrote a Sunday School, 9:40: a.. m. Vicar. I OPEN AFTERNOONS midnight our feelings 4s that last week/

killed uieir nouse. Jeff Miller Griffin's Lodge has several poem that I hope will] make you ----- Now that school is. underway we Dicked them n im___ below n__.. _T.pon-1_... _
one In Ms ,
driveway a new tenants stop and -
'* until next month. think about it. It may
weeks ago. So that Those in seem like ..- .
moving last week the same ole mess -
makes 3 killed a short time In were: Frank Tomlinson of f year after year, but before ;
you ,
neighborhood, plus a Cot- Lake Butler: Mr. and Mrs. know 1t those years
ton-mouth Ger- are gone ::Er: :: 1
by Pap Norsworthy.was run over 60 Sunday eon N. Lesser and three chil forever. It might not be the best SOUTHERN MADE -T .
I'm friends, dren of Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. poetry, because I wrote it at
going to
like end this'paragraph and Mrs. Samuel H. Earring the last minute, but I think FAIq ,
.THE this: "LOOK OUT FOR ton and three sons are there you'll get the message. So I'll

SNAKES, the life you for one week; and Mr. and say so long for now, and till
-may be your own." Mrs. Platt next: week, "May God
I and Mr. and Mrs. bless
Ralph frrSQUARE
Jewel Pederson and keep "
..were. at their William Bell were guests for you all Now here's
lake place
over the weekend. Leeon.LEEON'S
weekend. I Mrs. CORNER /
Charlie Helen Walker and M r.
and Vannetta "Now They've
Morris; and Mrs Charles Walker Gone Back"Well
of Houston. Texas, spent the son from Jacksonville, and Mr. now they've gone back er8 'H
weekend with Pete and Joyce For another year. ;1
Mrs. .
Dolph '
Barton. Saturday Mae Walter- children of Starke Reddish, and And 1 If you'll be truthful CAKE i SUPERMARKETS t
were weekend BAG 0
son and children, Jimmy Lov- You do miss their cheer.
ell, and Robert and Novice W. Carpenter.of Mr. and Mrs D. You said you'd be happy )
Mr. and Mrs. C. .tc"h : '
Ward all from Starke, visited To get rid of them. 14e. .!
F Shawver Nirrs'
of Alderson W. But GOOD rrNrolr rH'U .
them. Sunday visitors you really enjoyed V s rurrr ter. rtu r
were Mr. Va. ua.9c '
visiting the ,
Carpenters _
Starke.and Mrs. Fritz Kramer of for two weeks. Talking with him.with her, and fussing RIGHT .ullnrr near:rnnvm

"Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard wraps Well dear up people another I guess this They're back In school, / I YOUR CHOICE'! ,illlir, .,,corm. WITH s.ooo* MOM"reel u..* I Y
week of Working all day.

There's hardly time left, GUARD

I I To get_ out and_n_ _n1m._. a COFFEE SALE!
Cause nearly every night '
They have ..some homework L...C \
And 'better not forget :: .
To polish that HOUSE Ibcon FYNE TASTE Ib bag
ole ,
nasty! shoe. .
I know from years of J j :
experi .

Business ence. ASPIRIN 4 ..
DirectoryAuto It's not the most. fun In the I' '-
world. A 0
BOTTLE : e 38
Sometimes You think you work so hard. OF 100 19 C ;:1: tDFi(1. !( C I I -
your hair will curl. '
SAVE 20< : !N
Sales & Service But mothers I
MOTORCYCLES Those say beware. ........................... ...... ..... .. _
Parrish Motors HONDA long. years are not really so .e. .............................fl.............................................................. '.:t..

So you'd better cherish these N

BALKS ONTES A Before you know it, they'll be ** ; / \
PAKTS IiiJ MOTORS 4: (CYCLES CO. grown and gone. CHICKEN.i'.Y.' 79*

See 4949 Honda's Hot 3501 SAVE 4.SINGLETON FROZEN . '4i1I; L LUNCHMEAT" !

Blundlng Blvd. '
Always Good Used Car Phone '771-8244 SHRIMP
Laura St. Ph. 880-8684 MOTORS A CYCLES!: ..... .PKO..... )

BEAUTY ACADEMY ""*" 4949 Blooding Blvd '771-8244 SAVEUPTOIIt KRAFT MAYONNAISE( !I \

GAL A TOWELS __,_.ou! .*.fL!!! !,___ 59t
American ..... ". ... VEGETABLES SMINOTIMIriOZIN
t (Continued from : .lOot MAS 0* MIXIO VIOITAIIIS lOt
Hairstyling !Page One) !:,. .
Music Co.
Academy and Mrs. Gecrfre !Schaeffer and Steaks 1 "

SI W. Monroe .> Band *: String Instrument daughter, Martha Jane, and Mr. USDA Batk-to-Shool :
8gg-9891 cxolcl and U.S-NO.I
Gibson Guitars & and! Mrs. C E. Fotherglll) with roasts
I RiversideHairstyling a party at their home last Fri. / :
School SUPpl1lnstructfon
evening. P'
vMr. and Mrs Ronnie Homer 1 ;:
Music Ltbrary-EXP4Iri and son Ronald. Jr.. '
are now residing
Academy Repair Department on East Lakevlew Drive STEAK FILLER
2639 Part lit 888-8537 41 W. Monroe 350-8447 POTATOES

Modern Styling r $

Accredited Qualified- Instructor VA Approved PIANOSFor $ IB 58c PAPER I" .

Day or Night Classes 500 COUNT
Musical AdviceC. .'.<.l4 .f*!I.... A

L:1f"! CINTI CUT RIB! BAG 68 'j
Peavy Brothers : *
I Electric t ";; 'J m TJtf: ; i'l '. STEAK l(93BONUIIS < I *",

Co. w",' "01 ,fI7V: !! SHOULD*

ELKCTBIC MOTORS8c'ld.gervlced.Repalred /' STEAK .,.9U ,
l?+eT bonus nU1 UP TO
dickering and Other i!! 88< ELSEWHERE rf
Generators-Starters 1it. A11 I Purpose I
Arnutwe Rewinding Name Brand Pianos Ask ,i%. H:', Or Eating f.tt'

4044 Lenox KIMBALL, "SWINGER" \, l'; FLORIDA Cooking
887-2528 : I :: I GRADE A'
ORGANS Charley ..11;'( 4\.\.u. APPLES

:MATERNITY WEAR I I Roosevelt Mall 888-8819 '



1, Johns,1 ; I.J !'t Save 14c:
: 1';
H. & N. :' : l

About This Question: GROUND : J
CENTER "Our son will be 16 soon IB ;V Sh : = th.' t

Console Model makes fancy designs and will drive WHOLE e
our car. Under BEEF
"Jacksonville'for.Mother-to-B" Most CompleteShop overcasts, stitches, sews, on monograms buttons,, this circumstance, I understand BAGQID i 'CUKES ff't\\ 1 ) 1

make button holes Se blind that some insurance .. i
JUDY'S stutches. No attachment. I companies will cancel 5 TW 7

MATERNALANE Demonstrators 148 or $9 per the father's auto policy- Ibs -A- EACH <: 1

*.' lOOT Park St. 388-6015 mo. Call Jax 7T1-183O .other companies will re- .

MOTORCYCLES """ duce the liability limits to ..9' CS/lswEET l / LUSCIOUS JUMBO. FRESH JUICY CALIFORNIA'

WESTERN STORE the $10,000 minimum. How $1 ::

Triumph will the Charley E. Johns .7 HONEYDEWS 571 A. LEMONS ::: DOZENS01 I
. ..
Of Agency handle this situation .. ... .. .... fi


SLICED 1/4 m ''' mf" 1'M:' *H"> it'fORKtoiN SLICED ,
JOce To eoOco
taltm Fart Service Western Clothing; Leather- Agency CHOPS f SAUSAGE f FRANKS f MEATS CHEESE f SHAKES OR SOU .

Vied Motorcycle la Stock goods Saddles and Trailers FiSHMUlTSIn "
018 Phillip. Ifwy U. 8. I a.JachaonvBl Charles & Sharon Patty 131 S. Walnut St.

; 869-7245 803 8. Edcnvood 884-1210 .. -
9 .J.5070 --.-
----10-- -_: -,. ., -
;; : _
:0:0';;: 'r"- .. _


-- ,. ,' .