Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A suit protesting: 1968 property assessments on its aa

36,206/) acres in Bradford County was filed in Circuit ,

Court here :Monday, Sept. 16, by Container Corp. of Meets Tonight Details

America, just five days after its appeal, of the. court's decision -

on its 1965-67 taxes was denied.u_...
In the lateat suit the defendantsare i' WithheldBy

once again listed as Tax i ,

Assessor Gene Long, Tax Collector >a decision 'handed down. by the Drainage Study

J. R. Kelly, and ComptrollerFred First District Court of ,Appeals

O. Dickinson. upheld Long's assessments of BCDAA

As before this suit alleges that Container's Bradford County .: ."'f\IJ\ .

Assessor Container's Long In. 1968 tlmberland has assessed 19S7.timberlands in 1965, 1966, and f- .:,Jill,:>!_ ..iA Asked For CountyA

acreage! In an "arbitrary,Illegal In its 1968 return Container BUS I cheerleaders to>> send the 1968 football sea- Slrlrltland. Polly Wade, Carolyn Brown, and Gln- company which manufactured -

grossly excessive, unequal, and lifts!< a total of 38,208 acres It son off to a rousing start tomorrow night against Err' Baliwin! ; renter, Mrs Imngcne Bryan, sponsor request for a drainage study by the U S. Corps of clothing will locate (

discriminatory. manner." claims Is unfairly assessed and Baker County High are-Back row: tl-r) Judy : from row: Captain Evelyn Sinclair and co- Army Engineers was decided upon by the joint county- a plant employing

Just last Wednesday. Sept. 11, gives its valuation of $1.637,225. Whitehead Nancy Struth; middle row: Cldy. captain Cindy Sink city committee meeting: last Thursday, Sept 12, to seeka from 100 to 150 people in
an of About
average ; $45 per Starke, according to a
acre. solution to the' county's high water problem.

Fire PlanIn Long's 1968 assessments of() the Against Baker High Eighteen residents. jammed statement jointly issued by
Clyde Terwillegar chair-
Conta'ner property came to a the county Jury room for the the Suwannee River, such as.. ,
total of $2,968,180 or an average session. Columbia and Suwannee !have man of the Bradford Coun-

of about $82 per Acre. Long After meeting with a federal already applied for watershed ty Development Authority,

said that includes land with] army engineer this morning projects. through this program. and Dr. Wayne Whiffen,
County some buildings: the average assessment (Thursday, Sept. 19)) the Joint Haas said. But he said Bradford president of the Starke-
of timberlands as for Grid Season Opens committee will meet again in a might apply In a joint action -
Bradford County Chamberof
the past three yeans, is about session open to the public at 8 with Alachua and other
DiscussedA $79 per acre. p. m. In the Bradford Civil Defeitse counties. Commerce.

The new suit filed: by Container ) Building. This morning's Haas was not at all optimistic Actual Job application forms
meeting was set up by CD DIrector may be picked at the Chamber -
'also asks the court to enjoin that the county can obtain aid up
Frank Williams BO the through either of those federal << of Commerce office, filled
Collector Kelly from( collecting
plan for county wide fire any taxes for 1968 in excess of Here Friday Niaht committee can get answers to programs, however, since funds out and returned Immediately,"
protection evolved last Thurs 'what Container what to expect from the federal for watershed projects have Chamber of Commerce Execu-

day, Sept. 12, is being studied !Defendants 'have says been It owes.given -..... goverment to present to the public been a casualty of the spending tive Pete Novak said. (See page
by a Joint county-wide committee tonight. cutback :required by Congress. five of (The Telegraph for the
which bile named Commissioner 20 days. to reply to Container'ssuit. Coach David Hume has been Patrick, 200; center Robbie( back Riley Rhoden a good passer Williams reported last Thurs- A COo9t-b neflt ratio will be the advertisement) !Novak said that

Jerome Johns chairman.The Bradford( 'County! Judge calm this week as 'he preparesto Smith. COS: guard Joe Green, : experienced end Jim Begue. dav, after talking with the determinant of any federal full Job Interviews will be conductedat

committee, the same 'one Theron Yawn, who has successfully put the 1968 edition of hit!! 195; Billy Buby. 200() ; ,and Danny "Macclenny always plays us a Corps of Engineers, a possibility control project County Surveyor the Chamber office In about

studying\ the county's drainage represented the county in Tornado grldders on the field Jackson, 215 will also fill In at good game," Coach Hurse says. the county could receive up Merrill McMillan told the two weeks.

problem' will' meet again tonight timber suits against five timber against the Wildcats of Baker times although they may not be "They usually run right at you to $1 t million, for a drainage group. If the benefits of the The full statement Issued ,by!

: at 8 p. m. in a public session! at firms. says he will respond but County High' '' this Friday at 8 starters _,, ant. try to drive.. the ball down control and watershed project project arb' far outweighed by TerwUlegar and Whiffen said:
r the Bradford-< County' Civil Defense baa not (promulgated an answer., p.m.on'Brllldford: Field Baker County had a dismal: 3-' your throat." carried out by the Army en Who cost, the government will "We Who represent the Bradford
building North The new' suit will have no effect Bradford, fans oan get set fora 7 record lost after gineers. it
on Temple season a rash Probable offensive! starters for not attempt McMillan pre County Development Authorityand
Ave. The fire protection plan. upon collection of approxi- wide 'open passing and running of Injuries crippled the squad, the Tornadoes center A study will precede any project dicted. the Chamber of Commerceare
will be discussed! !! alter the drainage mately $74.000 In 1965-66-67 tax- \ game from the Tornadoes much the same as the Torna are: however, and will take as He mentioned a. Black Creek vitally concerned with the
( project. es owed! by Container but which as Hurse seeks to'better the 1967 does. The Tornadoes won last Tommy Blacksihear or Robbie long as 12 to 18 months to com- flood control project which the alarming Increase In ,unemployment

!Discussed last. Thursday wasa have been withheld pe.idlng the mark of 5-5 'a year that looked year 26-13 in Macclenny .but not Smith if his leg holds up\ ; guards plete, Williams+A said U. S. District Corps of Engineers were goingto created by the closing of

plan to place fire trucks at outcome' of the appeal to the bad after two straight Class. A before the Wildcats gave them -Ralph tackle-Charlea Morgan and:Smith Joe and Green Allan ; Englner George Marsh, solve by building a catch !Big Dad. We have doubled our

Lawtey, (Broeker, and Hampton District Court state championships the scare 'of their lives by building Crawford both of whom! Jacksonville, told him. basin at cost of $5.7 million per energies and efforts to alllvlate
for coverage' of the) general In all the suits the timber The Tornado defense will be UIP a 13-0 first period lead. It would also be up to the year plus\ $250.000 annual main>> this situation and are pleased to
have turned ankles and be
areas around those towns with companies have contended their familiar 54. But the offense The score' was 13-6 at half- may county 4o acquire the right-of- tenance. Benefits in case of high. announce this effort to have pro-
volunteers. lands should be assessed accord- running from the multiple-T formation time. hampered; encJs.-Jl'ex Patrick way and secure easements for water would have been the preservation duced results.
Another truck ing to a capitalization of net Income will iJ'1:1from the I-for- the and Donnie Elder; quarterbackB"lj any federal projects. County of property totaling
: and method set forth In tax Belote; fullback Gene Melvin Commissioner Buck Norman, $77,000 In value, McMillan said,
tanker word be located :near mation. split backfield, a slot, BHS In 1967 and that Is expectedto the full details of our ne-
guides Issued by the state comptroller's running back Ronnie chairman! of the Joint drainage far less than the cost of the
Starke to provide protection for and pro .backfield will give fans be evident this year too. Giggs: or Dennis Hall and wide- gotattons ,at this time, but we
office for tax
use by committee warned repeatedlythat
residents Immediately outside a ctance to see some action, Coach Horse says his Torna- project. can state simply and honestlythat
outs Tim Murphy and Bill Adams -
the city 'and to make runs tooutlaYillllr' assessors. By that method the with perhaps a few new. wrink- does are in "pretty good physical the right-of-way procure McMillan also told the 25 within two to three weeks a
areas when 'needed. timber firms. have placed the les thrown in. condition" for the opener and ment will not be as easy as it persona assembled to study the formal announcement will be
average value of (their lands at Probable defensive starters' : sounds. drainage situation that 14 sections -
The tanker
would accompany the The passing is he professes to be "satisfied made at scheduled -
game expectedto a conference
about $49 per acre compared fc> middle'! guard+Willie Cohens' or Soil Conservationist Bill Haas of land! drain into Alligator press
city-based truck to right now" with that
assure an ibe much In evidence and Is telling the name of the
Lon ..s $79.Majority Christy Chandler 'who 'has been told the committee It might Creek and the 16-Inch rain
adequate supply of water, some also expected! to be Improvedover the game. company which 'has decided to
opinion of the three loosing exceptionally sharp: tac- get action through( Public Law fall in the flood would add up
thing which Is
lacking now oncea last year's aerial attack. "That', always ono of our kk'-j acre/feet. of water. locate a plant employing from
Charles to
judge panel in the First District Smith or Bill Buby 56B for small watershed. projects 11.000
fire truck
drants. leaves the city :hy Court of Appeals. last week states Quarterback Billy' Belote has strong points." Hurse says; "It and Tex Patrick; ends
that: more experience and confidence. was last year and we expect it Crawford an Donnie Elder; linebuck Haas also mentioned the federal said. would raise Crosby Lake "We do, however, wish to
The three ,
city councilmen "We adhere to the view that Across the offensive forewallth to be again this season.!! ;rs-Ralph Morgan and Resource Conservation and De- 20 feet If It had) vertical sides tate our objectives have been
Jimmy MoRae Gerald Williams ..
the capitalized income method Tornadoes could average almost Wildcats to watch p'.r huge Stove: Crawford; safetiesBill velopment Program which or Klngsley' Lake seven feet. It solely motivated by one "ith to
and Nell Tucker agreed at tho Is only one of several methods 200 pounds with tackle 210,potted tackle Joey Glddlntrs Adams Bill Belote, Tim Miur- would Include more than one woula raise Crosby, Rowell keep the majority. of ..ro......- Big
meeting to eaglet the
county tn Thursday 'Which the county tax assessorsare Charles Smith 230; and Tex center Jimmy Dugger quaiter-' thy:' and Ronnie Grlitgs. county. All the counties along and Sampson Lakes combined !Day employees among the em-
setting tip and training- ployed ranks.. "
over four feet 1M! said.
authorized by law to
men to operate the system.In elder con- "Isn't it premature to pour 'A further check !iby The Telegraph
In arriving at the just
a letter, read to the committee cold water on it at this stage?" revealed that this new
,by Councilman. Gerald valuation of property for taxpurpose --- Academics Held Shortchanged --- St. Clatr. Street resident Norman plant will not be located In the
and does not constitute -
WilHama.! Starke Fire Chief R. Ketchle asked (McMillan."I (present Big !Dad facilities. And
C. (Red) Buford, 'who' 'was not the exclusive, method as want It (the flood control Novak has stated that ho will
contended by appellants. If timber -
asked to attend last Thursday's project) as much as you do" ..followI1P all present leads concerning
meeting but has been requested lands are to be set 'apart in the surveyor replied, saying he the sale of the Big Dad
to attend the one tonight set a special category and evaluated Challenges Issued BHS PTAbecause just wanted the people to understand plant.
for tax only by the
forth two plans the commute purposes the size of the problem In the past two weeks approximately
application of an arbitrary 'and
could follow.
they are tackling. 35 former Big Dad em-
To do the job as it should be theoretical formula on a capitalization County Commissioner. Jerome ployeea have filed unemployment -
done, Buford wrote, would cost of net income' method Following BHS Principal and' that "comparing' It with other 'lie considered It "a suite; aix teacher aides; manyof Johns then stated he'd favor claims, ,upping the total in

from $73.000 to 100000. Trucks bal then such .policy] must be Ralph: Dlgg's up-beat speech, years it looks good." He con. great challenge with unlimited the classrooms are all conditioned going after the project through the county to about 60, accordIng -

would !have to be stationed in clearly and unequlvoctally ordained which recognized! the problems tined:!! "In the past It I Uru campus possibilities." He commentedthat ; the library will soon tho Corps of Engmneera "evenIf to Richard Callon, inter-

different parts of the country, by the state legislature." but challenged the members of ) looked like a can of over- one of the things that both have the equivalency 'of 10 books wt. got nothing' but the stu viewer from the UnemploymentClaims

he said. From[ the presentation made thE Bradford High Parent- turned worms Now things are ers him most right now "is the for each student; and Important dy." It was his motion to request Division in Jacksonville.

Brford also said that one by appellants (Container: Corp.) Teachers Association to "take under control. I think we havean pesalmlstla attitude that I've equipment 'has been ordered for the study that the committee Gallon said he may get some

truck: 'and ,a tanker two firemen, regarding the economic factors what we have and utilize! 100 excellent opportunity to Im been running into of many of my the driver training( program. unanimously. approved. more claims today Thursday

plua four or five volunteers which vitally affects the timber per cent today," PTA Presi- prove. We have a man (Dlggs) .so.called school supporters.' The principal also ticked off Residents' at the meeting In- when he makes his weekly visit

could cover tho area immediately industry. It well may be that dent Jim Bloodworth Issued a with tremendous, amount of ex- The PTA ''responded with some items 'which the high cluded the delegation from St. to Starke..

surrounding Starke for $20- tax :relief In some form must be challenge of his own at Tuesday perience." laughter when Diggs said: "I am school needs: an adequate cafe- Clair and Water Streets In The office of the local Wel-

25000. The fire chief took a dim granted to this industry If it is night's! meeting. Talking with four teachers at approached frequently, at least teria ((1.000 to 1J100 students are Starke and several persons fare Board reports that no former .

view of any operation. dependent to survive. So long', however "We will have to get out and the meeting The Telegraph discovered once each day. by that friendly fed between ill a. m. and 1 p. m. from the Crosby and Sampson Big 'T>ad. employes have

(Continued on Page Four) as the method of evaluation timberlands ,beat the bushes ''and demand that one teacher who person who comes :up> and says, each day and the cafeteria 'has a Lake areas asked for assistance from that
for tax purposes followed people come" Bloodworth told ''has been there more than 10 'Oh you are the new high school seating capacity of about 2.10): ); Three of the residents stressed department.On. .

by the tax assessor does not the approximately 80 ,persons attending years believes that there has principal,'-'Well, good luck- new administration building; to the committee that it Is Friday, the 13th Big Dad

ALL OUT FOR THE violate constitutional or statutory (more than half of whom ,been little Change in over-all morale with an expression on their face new home economics suite with necessary to maintain the Manufacturing Company Inc.,

requirements, the assessment :were faculty members). He con- ) this year: another with as If to say, 'Oh, you poor new equipment: more air conditioned drainage ditches already in closed most of the doors of its j
OPENINGFOOTBALL must be sustained. Any re- tinued, "We have to demand peo- over 10 years experience believes soul.' classrooms; and. a the county. James Bloodworth,
Starka plant, leaving
lief from the tax burden which ple come not Just to the meetIngs that there has been an up-awing Acknowledging that some mistakes school clinic or sick room. fit. Clalr Street resident told skeleton staff 7 8) to only a
tails' industry i la bearing must but to work, to help the In morale; the third who is beginning have probably been madein The principal continued by the committee that the size of the or The or wrap'had
operation. plant
come from the legislative and principal""Academics her third year on the the past Diggs pointed to the saying his present philosophy' U culverts and drainage ditches' up been cutting down production v
not from the judicial branch of have not receivedthe which to "take and utilize dug in the past has been "sUP
campus said she believes there good things are presentat what we (have over the past two months and by
GAME government." emphasis at BHS In the past: has been 'a definite change for BUS: We have a very capa- It 100 per cent today :while shod! and shotgun type. the beginning of last week only
Mrs. Hazel (Dave) Paulk told
that they should have" the just the better and that while a few ble administration we havea planning and working for tomorrow 15 or 20 employee remained. '
th' committee "What Blood-
TORNADOES VS. re-elected president said. "Too students are grumbling most faculty that Is loyal, dedicatedand ," i
During the week of 2
Sept. !
Gridders worth 1 Is trying to put acrossis ap-
MACCLENNYFriday JV many students have had to go seem to >be accepting and respecting working hard." (He later He concluded: "Friends, mayI proximately 73 had been
that we can do something persons '
to junior colleges to learn to the changes the tightening added: "Tli student body Is performing I humbly say, I do not want employed there, and before the ;
with what have We
we now.
September 20th wcrk "and study.They've missed of control; and the fourth : ,.wonderfullY. Oh., euro, your sympathy or your good kick could' move logs and brush plant started cutting down, some .
8:00: P.M. Vie TonightBradford a lot. who is new at BUS says she there are some! who are goingto wish. I challenge you to thrust from the ditches and culverts." 150 persona 'worked there.
"If we have a few more meetings [very much appreciates the or- cry, but If you ,as parents do ;your .shoulder to the wheel! with The company'S parent plant In
Bradford High School like we had with the school derly manner in :which the as well as your children are do- me for the brat Bradford County Ketchie said the group was. Lexington: N C., closed Sept. 6.
not for ditches
Stadium High School's Junior 'board then the school board will school is being run ing we'll have! a. wonderful High School you have ever experienced. asking more Why! have the plants. shutdown
prior to ,
new drainage study
varsity' grtdders will open their do something. They go where The man who is responsiblefor school year") ." ? "Because the

The Community 1968 season' at home tonightThursday the wheel squeaks the loudest." the 'apparent up-swlng, Then the principal ,pointed out Re-elected for( 1968.69 were tHo but cleaned that the out ones and already kept open dug from Japan !Hong Kong Imports and

( Sept. 19)) against Bloodworth concluded: "Mr. Ralph Dlggs, ,began his speech some of the r.ew equipment and Bloodworth, president; Ben Mox- for maximum Formosa are giving us hell"
State Bank Gainesville High School accord- !Diggs i is starting on the right with a short devotion in whichhe teaching aides which' have been l ley, vice president; and Jimmy Company President D. S. Sicek -

# ing to Coach George Loper. foot. There are no loose bodies said: "Sometimes we preachthe added: new science. equipmentand Crosby, treasurer. Mrs. Odessa The committee listened but >ff. Jr. told The Telegraph in

Accounts now Injured The JV Tornadoes will play floating around the office Is 'bad news' instead of the furniture: new special: education Mitchell was chosen to serve as gave no Indication of action on a telephone interview Sept. 3. .1,
six home games this season of quiet and the student parking good news of the Gospel department with the secretary that point. Commissioner Jerome
to $15,000 by Johns said after the Anotner advanced by
up meeting reason
the contests scheduled controlled. the most third
eight for Jasus proclaimed 'good modem equipment now BH3 PTA meets the
Federal Deposit Iiurar that Alligator Creek has an editor of the Dispatch. in Lexington
them. Following the meeting Blood- news. being Installed; 36 new Tuesday of every month. Next
been clean out within. the is that the
MC Corp. Admission will be $1 for adults worth told The Telegraph that Dlggs continued by saying that typewriters added to the ,business meeting will be 7:30: p. m. Oct. Lexington

and :50 cents for students.: ,he's been in Starke. .for 12 years lie accepted the job as principal department; a new music 15. (Continued on Page Four) t Continued on Page Four"



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Pap Two
BRADFORD OOUNTY TGT: ,>fG": i'n. IfrARKIII! n.oRm THURSDAY. SEPT. _19l9 88f '

s I Lords. Holloy of Palatka ta a r The victim :10. now taking a''

,1v patient in the:Starke Nursing series ol 14 antl-ciablea allots In i alpha< Gamma ADK MYF Sub-District

Home. the Aladvua. : Central Hospital Meeting Held HereThe
AM-I Ardcl Brannen of Max. frawlck said. He issued. warning j r Chapter Meets
vlllo Ala.,
AFB Montgomery
to persons\! :Its the eouw end '' Starke :Methodist: Youth
will! spend the weekend with his of Bradford Aljjia! Gamma. chapter'! oAlpha
County to beware of Fellowship were boats to the
patents Mr and Mrs. Raleigh .wild animals. that : Delta: Kappa.sorority met t
come Wesleyan Sub-District
Brannen at Bedford Lake. up 'Monday even'.Jig with Mrs. Rut MYF
around houses _
t cr yards' and Monday night !In
GLADYS MOOTY appear meeting; the
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick tame. "razler! arid, Mrs. Fate Brows
Phone 961-7603 All pets .In the area sanctuary :and: fellowship! hall.
land had as visitors, Mrs. J. G. hostesses.
should a.lao.be. inuoaulated: I John Davenport, Methodist
Sumrall and children on Bator | ', Rev.
-- ) Mi s. Frazier president, pre
George L. Reddish returnedto 'M'S. A. R. McRae underwent day and iMrs. Myrtle Dendy of i against dables Trawlck said I Ided at the meeting and name chaplain,of the State Prison,

his third' year at HSU' on surgery last Thursday! In St.] Jacksonville and :Mrs. Susan, 'Skeeters' ha committee chairmen. Th was guest ,speaker.
Sunday.Mr. Vincent's Hospital. Martin of Miami on Sunday.Mr. 7rojects J of the chapter!! for the After the meetins' In the sanctuary

and Mrs. Jerome Johns Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of HUls- : and Mns. J. L. Gentry Jr. Ever Seen Here coming year< were planned.. Th! : the 80 young folks adjourn-

and Mr. and Mrs. George Har- bolO Beach wa Wednesday and daughter Janice of Hialeah tate convention:; was i".0'jnc": '
by of Jacksonville will attend overnight guest of Col. and I were Saturday visitors of frawick Says 'or Oct. 2527. The names o ::d to the! fellowship hall where

the University of Florida-Air Mrs. T. T Long. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Sr. andldates for election to( office! games were conducted,: by Steve

Force Academy football game ..inrI'u.mpa Gtne Ivey of Tucker. Ga. Is Mr and Mrs. Bert McGee are "We've Saturday. renting the L. J. Green houseat : in Bradford County than I ,
on spending Wednesday to Saturday Refreshments were served by
Alter the buj'oeaa! meting asocial
715 N. Walnut St. /
Mrs. W. H. Stelnmeyer ol with Mr. and Mrs. J, E. ver saw before, County Sanl-
Mrs. Rex Mixon of Jacksonville arian Jack h04.4was. ; enjoyed. the W. S. C. 'S.and'- Wealeyan
Jacksonville was visiting her Hardy and daughter Janet. Trawlck said yea-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gene and Janet will return to wan visiting her mother Second Parole erdy: attributing: the Increase Service Guild! members

Her Sunday.Mr. M-.J. Mamie: Lou Edwards on o high water resulting from re- h 3eta
long on their! senior year at the University SupervisorTo Sigma Phi
and Mrs. Marc Jackson of Georgia In Athens. Ga. Tuesday. 'tint flood conditions. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

and .daughter were In WlllLstonover on Saturday.The Mrs J. H. Fields visited Mr. Work Here Trawlck said lie had received To Meet MondayBeta CIIUKCH

the weekend visiting he: Methodist Women's Sun- and Mrs. Robert Tanner In <1 phine? calls from all partsf

parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E day school class had a dinner Baldwin from Thursday to Sun Peter F. Marshall has Just the county complaining about Sigma! Phi sorority will Sunday School 10' a. m

Smith. ty last, Wednesday night at been assigned as a. Probation: .nosqultoes. and emphasized r Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
pal day.Mrs. meet Monday Sept\ 23, at 8 p.
G. Kidd Jr. and Worship 8 m.:
R. Evening p.
with\ tilt
of Jacksonville Supervisor
Kathy QUllnghom the Ember's Restaurant In and Parole that the Mosquito Control program ( '
('Marcia, of Fort Walton 'm at the home of Mrs. Arthur Meeting Wednesday
Is visiting her grandpurenU Jacksonville on !Mrs. Olin daughter. Starke Office of that agency, to is doing everything poaal- Prayer
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale While's bhthday.! Nine mzmoerg Beach were visiting Mr. a vacancy. that has existed fo: lie to cope with, the situation. Patray, 1034 E. Southgate Drive a p. m. Slug/ each Friday at f
this week. ot the class enjoyed the and Mrs George Flynn Br !same time.Marshall. He said the program 'had been P.i I with Mrs. Randy Johns as co- p. m. Rev. Harvey Lone..pa

Misses Margaret Scanlan and -lfalr! from: Thursday to Sunday. a June graduate of stepped up, with fogging operation .i hostess. tor.
I Savannah I
Mary Wood of Catlelt Va. Mr. and Mrs. George Paris Bennie Williams! of the University:! of Florida. with ,being started In the morn- I

speit: the weekend with Mar- .m.! Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cole Ga. is visiting his:! Williams parents Mr.this degree in Psychology trainedin Mrs in an effort to control the

ga-cl's grandmother, [Mrs. O. ind son of Jacksonville: were and ,Mrs. Mack the Tallahassee! main office peats. The mosquitoes are not o!

L. Haynes Sr. while enroute to Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.I week.freshman Richard. Williams at U.enteredhis of F. of the Probation and Parole the type that carry typhoid fever Still Time To Enroll For

the University of Florida. Jerome John, and year John Williams Commission before coming to rerms or other disease Trawlck
Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., Mrs Mrs. Olive! Gregary of Gainesville on Monday Starke.A Aid there of
so is no danger
Levon Andrews and Mrs. Guy was visiting (Mrs.: Myrtle\ I left where Sunday he will Interne for Hawthorne teachingat Gainesville resident he expects -ptdemlc from their bites. Miss Janet Rakes Marries David JacksonIn DANCING CLASSESCall

Andrews attended a fashion Anderson tram Saturday to the Hawthorne High School. to move to Starke short- Laura Baptist Church Ceremony
show and luncheon at the George Tuesday. iv.
Washington Hotel In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton Scott McIntyre of Jacksonville Ticket Policy
is visiting his grandparents. TIc; Laura Baptist!') Church was The couple are :residing in Mornings and After 5 PM.
on Monday. attended the funeral of an .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du- Rabid Coon the .setting for the marriage of I Starke after a wedding trip to
C. S. Haddock was visiting au'it, Mrs. Kennie> West, in For Football
Miss Janet Louise .
Ga. Frj. the first of the week. Rakes Cypress!! Gardens. The bride PHONE 964.7098inter's
relatives' In Kingsland on Chlefland on Sunday. Killed At Waldo
Mr. and IMrs. C C. Hoppe of ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil! traveled in a dark beige suit
Monday and Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Games Is SetA "take.s.. Brooker, to David Eugene
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Tampa were weekend visitors Warning IssuedA with pleated skirt and -crepe
Mr. and of Cocoa were last Friday overnight
and Mrs.J. Jackson son of Mr. and overblouse with .
of Mrs. O. L. Beasley orange acces
took their son Gary up guests of Mrs. Myrtle vrrr. Eddie Jackson of Starke. \ School of
W. Kincaid. :
killed by a 78-year-old student
to Tallahassee on Sunday Anderson while enroute to Ma- coon new policy regarding iv. W. B. Mercer
where: Gary entered FSU. ?o... to visit! their son, John at Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. W. Waldo Negress, Daisy Love- "" purcnase of tickets fo.BH3 the nuptials performed The bride and groom are bath!
August 16 at
Ma.\"" and Mrs. J. L. Campbell Mercer University.! Mrs. Anderson B. Mundy attended the Monk some, has been found positive! football games. bas bee m. on 7 graduates of Bradford High 396 N. Cherry St. Starke, Fla.

of Little Neck, N. Y. spent : aba had as weekend guests Harper wedding in Jacksonville for rabies,! according to county announced by Mrs. Lois Bennet H ghllghtln! the altar School, class of 1MB. Mr. Jackson -
her on Saturday. Jack TrawlckTrawlck at BHS. were Is employed by Owenj-Jals Dorothy Winter Salazar Instructor
Thursday to Monday with Mr: and (Mrs. Edward Schwabof sanitarian business manager oedistal baskets of gladioli ,
mother, (Mrs. Gladys Hatcher. Merrttt Island and son, Edward Miss Marla Moore has re- said the woman encountered Mrs. Bennett said that all stu of Starke.
and i
M/3. Vergle Flynn was Sun- \ Schwab Jr. of Gainesville. tul.lied to her senior year atFSD. !: the coon. in her chicken del'lL.ln. grades. one through U background mums pompoms of fern tress against and a

daw dinner guest of 'Mrs. Beast Local admittances to Bradford house, and was bitten by the: who: wart. to attend :games will candelabra with bllrn1nstapers..I
Fan[ and daughter Donna in county Hospital this week Mr. and! Mrs. J. W. Shuford uiimal before killing it. He said:! be required to purchase tickets I Evelyn Bradley and Levesta
GaGesville. nclude: Jermle' Anderson of ana family visited! the the brad of the coon was sentin either at the gate or at the BUS 'Massey, organist and soloist,
at Cross
Wayne Blankenship has entered Ralford; Alfred Compeau. Rawllngs memorial to the State Board of Health, office.! Cost for each varsity rendered nuptial music!
second, at North Creek on Sunday.Mr. Identification will be 75c and 50c foi IT'S NATIONAL
:Ills) year Thomas Hamilton and Mrs Pearce ana the positive game Danny Jackson served his
I and Mrs. Robert
Florida Junior College in Madison Pearl Hagar of Brooker; Mrs. Saturdayto 'or rabies! was reported Monday.Mrs. each Junior varsity game. brother as. best man and the
of Arden, N. C. spent
; : Rosa Slbley! of Keystone Adult tickets go for $1.50 a ushers Larry
with his mother -- '
Me. and Mrs. Gerrlt Van Heights! ; Mrs. Phyllis Mosley Wednesday (game. Oral Tanner and Allen Craw SWEATER WEEKdnd
Dlepen: had as thedr guest last t and (Mrs. Mary Dinkins of Law- Mrs L. F. Smith. J. W. Ritch spent the Mrs. Bennett also said that ford. .

week, their son. Gary of Ventura .ey; Miss. Ellen'' Hagan and Harley Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- first of the week with the Tom- I season ticket which:! they are Miss Hilda Harrell attended ,
ell. visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Calif. Starling of Graham; Ray- Stefanelll and family In my Johns family In Macclenny. I holding for persons who bad as maid of honor. The bridal N I l 4
(Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dykes .nond G. Thomas of Hampton; Rev. and 'Mrs. R. E. Mac- them last year will be .released attendants were Miss Sue Douglass t
enttj-tained at a family dinner and Michael Padgett Leonard Ocala on Sunday. Blaln were in Apalachicola Sunday I Friday afternoon, Sept. 20, ana and Miss Elaine Murray.
pariy, Monday night of last Gilpin, Bobby Willlngham Mrs. Loran Conner of Atlanta to Tuesday visiting Mr. will then be cold on a first The attendants

week honoring Billy Dykes Clarence Rhoden Mrs. Carol of Ga.Mr.was and Friday Mrs. Felix overnight Sapp guest anc :and! Mrs. George Fortunos. come, first served basis. Reserved alike in Ice blue were empire gowned floor Corps joins the celebration with a

wh<., U home on leave after a Nugent, Mrs. Frances Dans by, Mr. and !Mrs. Dave Paulk seat tickets! cost $9. length gowns of satin with baby
L. L. Conner. She took he. '
yeai's: duty in Vietnam. Mrs. Sarah Reynolds Mrs. Lula fnther R.. M. Crosby home attended a family reunion In i doll sleeves. Their chin length

Major and Mr r"V-J.. Spent Turner, Mrs. Laura Leach Mrs. with her for an extended visit Pearson'! Ga. on Sunday. 'Starting DatesSet tulle veils were secured to butterfly
ler,:and daughters and Mrs Lucy Geiger Mrs. Mamie Mrs. Paul Raymond is visiting bows. They carried ice
Mr. and Mrs. Leon: Core
Emma Badman.were visiting. Whitenack, and James Cadle Mr. and 'Mrs. R. B. Alvarezat blue carnation high
were visiting relatives In nosegays SWEATER
Spencer SALEs
For Adult
Mr.and Mrs. R. fipensler In
all of \Starke. Term and Atlanta Ga. last! Delray Beach for several lighted with white tulle and
St. !
Augustine on Sunday. week. I days. satin streamers.The :

Vo-Tec Courses bride, given in marriage
her father war ft fi
I length? An"d;; e O ry"tr:
Starting dates have been announced I
.iI. for three adult courses feta The bodice had a scalloped : / I
.'e-. neckline made of French 1
being! offered this year at the 1 I
: Vo-Tech Center.Parliamentary. lace and long tapered sleeves. V
The hemline e
Procedure, Just was accented by a
bolder of French demitasse'.
added to the curriculum last
week will begin at 7 p. m. lace. and the long train was attached
'I Tuesday Sept. 24, In the Agriculture at the shoulders by a organza MISSES 100% ACRYLIC
'.b bow
.w : Building': at Bradford bow in her hair An ivory secured organza a )I ,
High School.
't r ivory! tulle, elbow length veil. FLAT KNITPULLOVERS
Data Processing: course, to be : #
herd In the! data processing. She carried a bouquet of phal- ,

classroom of the usa Bu!ldng: aenopsis orchids feathered car- $

on N. Temple Ave., will begin nations and ivy with satin '

Announcing next carf I at 7 p. m. Thursday, Sept19. streamers.A j
your :;, And the automotive median reception was held in the I j

'r Ics course will! get underway at church fellowship hall. The r $$400
It can surround you with a fuselage. i 7 p. m. Tuesday. Sept. 24. It bride's! table was covered witha I $ 99'' '

A swooping new design where body and frame are one. will be held in the automotive floor length! white linen cloth values :
----- I and held two
--- candelabra with
mechanics shop at the Vo-Tec )
Center. burning tapers. Miss' Donna
Greene cut the bride's cake 4

I alt'[ Misa Faye Leach kept the Choice of full or mock turtleneck .

brioe's! Book. Miss Jean Odom t In a full fathioned, rich

HEW ChargesAre r presided
I selection of Fashion color. _

I ( and they're wathable. Six**:

AnsweredSchool :>OTI...K: e- 34-40 f

The Hili", '" ur founry OomiiilaHloni.ra -
Itrud ford" Cuiiiity. KlorItlu -
Board ,(Attorney George rNiueMt M..leol blilx Ann ere MISSES 100% VIRGIN ACRYLIC

Pierce mailed ,Wednesday afternoon "nder.<(1)t new. to crawler li:* Olienetl type{ 8ejt rrunC| 27 end lit

an answer to a petition by 10 a. m lade In the Hrndfr.r.1

the Department of Health. Edu- t.;' ::I'I'i: \; ? IO'far., trade Htnrka.will, ,2' I SLIPOVERS & CARDIGANS

cation and Welfare to withdraw he one Caterpillar. Loader. Mu-
federal ilt'l. 1 11th> r> whlrh, he peen fur
from the .
lnip( tlon. nt the maintenance ) Bulky hand (corned, full fashioned
ochoois. Chop Brniirord, C."nlylo"'lullo:
School Board will meet at 7:30: Control, .stulke. Florida, Xpeilfiatlonft t, ,- 1899 $ gg tweotert !in cabl.,
|" "tnav l 10. nerured from 1 bubbl. stitch and nov.lty
tonight (Thursday) in the school :err Jtu-k, Truwlfk. Olr..t...... 6 pattern. Many different

board office at the court houseto trot HraclforU. ",. Sturke: (County Florida.Mogtiulto Con- j I oluej .ty .., with and without

discuss with Pierce the reply: 11/19 2t 0/20 collari. Washables In white,

a vwwx sent to Washington. dark and pat tell, S. M L.
Only major change Pierce SERVICE SCHEDULE

made when preparing the peti- .-ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH.
tion was to request that a bear SUrke MENS GOLFER STYLED

tog be granted "in a. locality 1L
Sunday Mass. : 9:18: a. m. y
t r near Bradford County due to ex- r
y i jGauroe'r fYr i Thr Hundred 2-Duur htrdtop Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m.
pense involved a very small
Miraculous Medal Novena: CARDIGANSx
\ budget for travel and legal fees
Saturday. 7 p. m.
as Washington D. C. will be
Confessions: 8 j>. m. and 7 H &
very Inconvenient. .Last week p. m. 51295 [ ""

the board had agreed that it -ST. WTLIJAM"3' : cmm.cs. I $399 m\ /

d.0. I t ** >>!r7k wH Irfihegreat *: '" 'would request a 'bearing -beforea Keystone Heights.
f federal examiner in Washington. values .
newCh W Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m \t

3- "i "t. ,The board received. the HEW and :00 a. m.Wednesday Smartly styled mohoir-wool

/ net tlon listing 28 charges onSept. : Mass. and No 1 '; } sweater* that look sharp worn
-- \ 4 and had 20 days In whichto vena p. m. over turtleneck thirtt. In I 4
\\Your next car can be a gently) man 'creates ,his own climate Your next car Is one you can respond. C gold, avocado, bright blue' '
curving line of tempered glass and the of the -ST. MARTS CHURCHUacclenny. : ': and powder blue
perimeter cockalill move up to. Easily, : S I sixet S-XL. wII'f
and steel that sweeps quietly, pit.blots away the murmur, of Your next car is here. The E Also other styles in our vast .a:. +
Parlimentary Sunday d
around A moldedshell of : 11:30: a. JD till /mine swealer collection
you. road and wind: great new Chrysler for 1969.CHRYSLER. C, ,Rrsr
stressed skin and thousands of'. Your next car can cater with Procedure Class r
miniature welds. .soft! seats fitted to the contours '/,? '
i Your next car can have a of your body;. and memory I Set At BHS THE BRADFORD FISHERMAN KNIT

cockpit. Instead of just a seat!* systems that complement your i ..-*" COUNTY TELEGRAPH
? Leadership in Parllmentary
and a dashboard. driving habits. '
Procedure class will begin Published every Thursdayt MENS SWEATER
I Your next car can provide Your next car is 15 WI
B. choices Tuesday, Sept. 24, 7:00: p. m. at 138 W. Call 8t.. .y
controlled environment where but! only one shape. CHRYSLER_,....._.... BHS Ag. Bldg. with Paul Hutchhe Stsrfce ria. 32091 The hortett sweater sty!

as Instructor. going) HI crew, mock turtleneck .
everyone interested In Parliamentary Second clasa portage paid 51395 8 in a machine washable

See it at your Chrysler Dealer's Sept. 19th. procedure is at Stark, FlA. I 9,8 wool-Kodel blend., Cheat .

vited to attend.TY1"EWRITERS. 111-1 Subscription Rate: I value .ia natural S. XL.avocado or gold "

In trade area .00 1
: per

: Manual or I year; $2.23 six month BOYS FISHERMAN KNIT' $$8.99

'STARKE CHRYSLER Electric. For tale or rent Outside tnufc area: ".30 i Sam styling at men model, but in 100S virgin, $599STARKE
PLYMOUTH, Inc. U. S. 301 North Bradford County Telgfraph. per year; I2.CO six montft acrylic. Wathobl. si let: 12-20. value I

BIO FENS. Ball Point Re.
z. L. Matthew, editor and
full. Bradford County Tele- pubilaher. \ PLAZA OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY


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Section One Page Thre
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I Club Women I I
unrhron Honors Miss Alvarez i Wright-Wells
District MeetIn
First l Baptist
I Shower Honorees Marriage Told 5JT

Jacksonville ( ir's! Classes I
Linda Alvarez whose Mrs Hylen Wright of Starke
Airs, Dorothy At.loo':'ner of \ 'itii'rs 1 of the! senior and I matrlacs[ to Joseph Robinson. and W. W. Wells of Jacksonville
GLADYS MOOT Green Cove Sprlnp.t.s: Lil "iv" i 1"" !uirl's Sunday! school will be an event of Sept; 20 at wee united In marriage on
Phona 9647608MillerHodge lian Pearson of Lawtey. Miss cl > of the First Baptist 8 p. m, in the Pine Level Baptist August;; 22 In Eau GaUie.I .
Della .Hosenbsrg of)I Church, was honored 'at
KlngMey (l'. I'' <" 1 were guests of thMrci a bridal:
Lake, Mrs. Evelyn Hai sy of .- ; It \ir'ICT. Mrs Jonn Cliltty, shower last Friday night! In the
Margaret DuncanIs Keystone Heights, M:'< Desta at' .1\ 'Of-to-Sc'O2": luncheon "church fellowship hall Hc'tassestyere I
I Dyal of Hampton and: Mrs. Bsr It i In hfr home on Searing: ] Ms. Fate Brown, Mrs Bab
Married To tie Olson of Starke re;>I'esentedJ1e -5 stt t < t last Saturday. IVtyrlck' M.S. vernle Thornton.
.. Starke! Business and Professional -, 'l"if !l'1!: U were s-ated' aroundth Mrs Jimmy Thornton, Mrs O all
Mr. Crawford .
Women's Club at a meet. banquet sized dining' table JAlvarez Jr. a.id Mrs Joseph'
..* lug Sunday of) District Three pine d I U the fain:ly loom, Thornton. fb
Miss Marg-aret Rose Duncan, 'L ,
; The group met In the Florida w' Icr. wns covered with a bsluo! A green, yellow and white color !-I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Has- ,
Gas Corporation! Conference linen mid( lace cloth and centered scheme WIllS carried out in
par Green Duncan: and Rud;>l.ph ,"oom in ..Jac.1csonv1I1e1th District w.lli a red and white floral the party decorations The refreshment -
Alonzo Crawford. son of Mr. and Director, Mrs. Connie McKenzIe aiangemtnt. Focal point;: on table was covered BYNANCY'S
Mrs. Lonnie L. Crawford: 'were ..p..t of Lake City Presiding. I tV, buffet was a large scallopdwa wltt: a white! linen cloth and centered FLOWERS
married Tuesday September 17 -- Miss Rosenberg [ ''.-melon basket holding a "' with ,
I-A I -.J. V I was recog-- : > an arrangement of
.. .
at high noon In the First Metho. melon and fruit salad THE
47 nized as area counselor, Mrs. yeilaw and white pompoms and
dist Church in the presence of 4; -, Mllberger as state resolutions Tanner-Joyner Assisting! in serving:' was Mrs. gladioli, flanked :by yellow candies FLOWERIn
Immediate family Rev. Robert Clmies. Darby, department superintendent -
chairman and Mrs. in
Dyal as state crystal holders case you ''are wondering which
D. Burch of the First: Presbyterian representative to the Continuing Engagement Told and( Miss Johanna Games were played by the 40 flower Is the favorite of most
: Church perlormed the Council on Children) and Fowler, liicoinlnu() Y. W. A. guests! lAnd prl/es were award people-it Is still the rose. Surveys
4 ceremony. I Youth. Mrs. Dyal served on the Mrs. R. G. Lyons of Clearwater leader.Stork. t-U, show that. lust. year 50 per
Decorating the altar were two district nominating committee. and Lamar Tanner of The hostese.es presented the
line arrangements of white' giant Lake City announce the engagemrnt Shower cent of all the cut
Plans were made to attend the honoree' with a coffee serving set r ,
chrysanthemums gladioli; and flowers sold
of their by
State board daughter, Barbara ,
) meeting at the For U4 a memento of the occasion.Open ,
'pompoms, flanked, by :branched Miss Tonda Dixon Weds Richard Hobbs Everglades Hotel in Miami on Ann Tanner to Phillip Davis florists were
candelabra holding white tapers.' Oct. 11-13. Randall Joyner, son of Mr. and roses.
. The bride wore a. short length In First Baptist Church' Ceremony Mrs N. P. Joyner; of Starke. :Mis Randall Davis was com House Set Roses are available
silk white eau de sole dress Miss Tanner is a lft! graduate plin ented with a stork shower .t_ now in10..
Wedding Plans trimmed with silk braid, bugle Miss Tonda Dixon, daughterof pompoms and Fuji mums and CooperPeeplesWedding of Union County High last Friday night given by By Robert ClarksMr. many shades and
beads and pearlsi Her short veil Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dixon schlierra plants were placed at PlannedMrs. School' and is now employed by ''Mrs A, J. Barry, at the homeof /it varieties, that' II.t .
Are Announced of silk illusion was attached to and Richard Lee Hobbs, son of points of interest. Bell Telephone Co. of GaJnesville. the latter and Mrs. Robert W. becomes possible
a taffeta cabashon rose. She carried Mr, and Mr, J C Hobbs, were Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr. greeted Jessie Willlis announces .\ blue color motif and storks Clark, formerly of Starke and I tOusethentoaccent
-I :Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Miller a cascade bouquet of white united: in marriage August 30 at the guests at the door and the approaching marriage of Mr. Joyner a 17 graduateof Wolf carried out in the party Bedford Lake, will hold open I any decor. God must
house in their home
C. of Starke announce the engagement stepOianotla and pulls of bride's 8 p. m. in the First Baptist standing in the receiving line her daughter, Mary Lou Cooper Bradford High! School and Is decorations, The gifts were new on I have had everyone in mind,
. and approaching marriage illusion centered! with phal- Chinch with Rev. W. A. Hogan were the bride and groom, thefr to Fre4 William Peeples now in the U. S. Army, stationed placed In a play pen which was Lake Serena, Route 1, Melrose, when he created the rose, because -
of their daughter Retha Alice eonopsis orchids. performing the nuptials. parents and the bridal attend son I of Mrs. Mary Esther Peep- at Fort Bennlng. Ga. alii centered with a stork. on Sunday Sept. 22, from 2 we have yet to find to David Lee Hodges son of (After a ,wedding-/ trip to the The altar was decorated with ants. lea of Hampton. Wedding plans will be an- The refreshment table was til 6pm. Mrs. Clark will un-I who doesn't. ,love It.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hodges Smoky, 'Mountains N. C, the couple .- two floor baskets holding white The bride's table was covered The wedding will take place flounced: at a later date. overlaid with a cutwoik cloth remembered as Jane Harring- Our stocks of flowers 'are always -
of Macclejiny. will reside at 1123 W Madison gladioli: pompoms and Fuji with a white satin cloth with a Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. in the Hampton and held a decorated cake and to\, complete. Fresh and lovely
The will be eventof background of garland of smilax crystal punch bowl. ,.formerly of Bedford Lake. -
wedding an street. The bride traveled in mums against a tied at the Baptist Church. '
PAYROLL !ftjrnlih
ENVELOPES. -we can them for
Oct. 12 at 8 at the Congregational trees schfleira plants with I Gamed were' played by the 30( 411 friends are vordlaUy in- any1"
p. m. a ,black and white costume suit Ore&on corners wedding bows decorating AU friends and relatives are with. or without carbon flat.itnuhurn .occasion.
Holiness 'Church, with which she wore the orchid and arched candelabra with the aides Centeringthe ''nvitecl to attend I County: Trlrgraph- Kucsts and prl/es were awal'df'rI. (- vltPtl to attend the open house. .
1 with Rev. I. V. Luke pastor corsage from her bridal bouquet, burning tapers. table \was a three tiered I-
performing the nuptials. and black accessories. Miss Debra Prevatt, organist wedding cake topped with a -
Miss Miller la a 1968 graduateof rendered nuptial muusic and bride and groom. Flanking this
Bradford High School. Mr. accompanied Mrs. Randal Chit- were two silver candelabra with
Hodges is a 1967 graduate of Hospital AuxiliaryTo ty. soloist. whits tapers decorated with
Baker County High School. : Jimmy C. Hobbs Jr. of Crystal white carnation nosegays and
AH: friends and relatives are Meet MondayThe River attended his brotheras Wobben Abbey roses. Leading '
Invited to attend.' best man and the ushers from each candelabra to the ,
general meeting of the were Jim Zahler of Jacksonville cake was a garland of greenery H-
Garden Club Bradford County Hospital AuxIliary Wilbur Barry of Gaines- and white pempoms. Mrs. 'I '
will be held Monday nightat villa! and Malcolm Mclnnls of Charles Sawyer and Mrs. 9
To Meet MondayThe 7:30: ( p. m. in the Methodist St. Petersburg. colm Mclnnls cut the Mal-I'
I Mis. J. C. Donaldson of cake.
Starke Garden Club will Fellowship Hall. Each member I Ga.resville: : attended her sister The! punch table was decor

meet Monday night at 7:30: j>. m. I I Is (reminded to bring a prospective 'I i as matron of honor. Bridal attendants ated similar to the bride's table '
at the home of Mrs.: L. L. Full- member. were Miss Susan Wiggins and, centered with a crystal ,
wood on Southgate Drive. I and Mrs. Johnny Johnson. punch bowl encircled with whIte 1
I Miss Darlene Hobbs was junior pompoms! and smilax.
bridesmaid. The attendants Mrs.
Cathy Hines of Lake
were gowned alike In Ice orange City kept the bride's book. Assisting -
HOME OF colored floor length nylon in serving were Misses ...
KOCH'S gowns covered with lace. The Mirion: Beasley Sylvia Dodd '
MEDICAREAnd empire lines accented with an and Bonnie Thomas and Mis
acetate satin sash were fuither Sharon Brewer. I I Chevrolet
enhanced by flowing sheer chiffon I Oldsmobile I
After spending some time
Sick Room Home back panels adorned with I AND
with their I
shoulder bows. They carried guests the couple II I
Comfort Supplies long stemmed Wobben Abbey left on a wedding trip to Silver
rose with ivy Interwoven in Springs and Daytona Beach. I

SALE AND .. RENTALS the streamers. The
-- couple 1 la residing at 307 I
Linda Barry, niece of the
N. W. 14th street, Gaineivllle
WHEEL CHAIRS BEn )PANS>> grocm was flower girl and I
INCONTINENTPANTS Wayne Crosby was ring bearer. I The groom Is a student at U. '
., cRu11Ea..1.: : ;
E '"' jTJiv 'brKJen givenilnrmarrtttKeby" i of F. and will receive lila tie- ,
WALKERS t>> ,, I '- HERE
CANES URINALS her father 'was lovely In a grej In December.
classic full length gown of
FOAM CUSHIONS S CERVICAL Venice lace over peau designed 'Help Us Grow'
wldi an empire bodice, jeweled
bateau neckline and lace calla Is Jr. Women'sMembership

You Can Rely on Koch Drugs for featured 1111) sleeves.a border The sheath of jeweled skirt ThemeHelp THURSDAY SEPTEMBER

Precision Quality and Service scalloped lace with a detachable 26th
bock panel of Venice lace Us Grow" was the ,
I design, terminating Into a bouffant thcme for the Starke Junior
Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at chapel train accented witha Woman's Club annual member.
KOCH'S DRUG: STORE. Fresh, Potent Drug bow trim and encliled with ship luncheon Aug. 24 at the
At a Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered ruflled scalloped lace. Her only club house. .m
Pharmacist. At Koch's", 'Your Health' is ornament was a heart shaped Prospective members were
necklace with diamond center glvni colorful
Our Main Concern. May We Fill Your Next cards depleting
a gift from the groom. Her the theme and outlining major
Prescription? shoulder length veil of illusion club: ejects, along with cookie

Open Daily 8 A. M.\ 7 P. M. was! secured with a double cutters aa favors. Table centerpieces
crown tiara of pearls. She carried 25
were selected to represent NEW 1968 CARS ANb
Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon a long flowing bouquet of each committee within TRUCKS
white miniature carnations. the club. I
stcphanotls, and tulle centered Mrs. J. M. Edwards Jr. won .
Koch Drug StoreFREE with three white phalaenopsis the door prize I I

i orchids.A Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua, vice-1 I To Choose From t'
reception was held in the president and Mrs. EUle Sand-
DELIVERY PHONE 964-6757 I chinch fellowship hall where pr.l. social chairman, presidedover I
-- floor baskets of white gladioli.FOR the affair. Members of the

-- social n. _committee. assisting_ with
me juncneon\ were Mrs. Bill
((C) l) ---=- I Chambers, Mrs. Harold God-il I 4

I win Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua, and DEMONSTRATORSAt
Mrs. J. T. Prevail! Jr.


Deanery Board Tremendous
Meets Sept. I I

Bring The
The St. Augustine Deanery
board members met Sept. 11 at

Whole Family! the Cissy Holiday, president Inn with presiding Mrs. Joe

Plans were made for the fall
deanery meeting to be held on 88'S 'UST
Oct 9 at the GO !
I Holiday Inn In
Dad, treat Mom and the Kids to Gainesville.! Members from the

''Dinner out, with plenty of Good different parishes were asked to
I enter a shrine at this meetingand
Food Family Fun. Our Menu is prizes for the best three
will be awarded. The theme for
'set to suit every taste, with Special Menus for Children. Enjoy our Pleas- the shrine la "Hope." I

ant Atmosphere, and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes! attended Fifty-two members from Jacksonville and guests, I I ,f3v, I, r

Gainesville, Keystone Heights, I IMncclenny
and Starke. Invited I
Try Our Delicious Bullet guests were Father Edward
Kit by and Father Griffin of St. i N.
I Mrs.\ Lester Humphries Mrs.

LUNCH TWO nOT ENTREES DINNER Francis Meng and Mrs. Henry
BUFFET Stenfanelli were in charge of
TWO VEGETABI.ES registration.
11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 p. M. to j/ ._ .
2 P. 1\1. 9 I 1'. M.I Recent Births .

I $$1 25 TEA $$1 75 ''I Bradford the County following Hospital births announces : -

I Mr and 'Mrs. Samuel Arnold! us )01 BORTH: PHONE 96-7O

_x_ COFFEE Gardner Jr.. Keystone Heights,
a son. Samuel Arnold Gardner

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wayne ,
I Rhoden Starke a. daughter
Famara Michele Sept. 11.

--_. @) Mr. and Mrs. William Devon You First Keeps Us First
VUA- Mtbon, Starke, a daughter,

j Belinda Kay, Sept. 15. )
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area can afford' to pay higher tectlon thfcre since the occupantsof : Semi
Starke Chosen Pick-up
wages. Starke plant were women making tric bills and McKinney pays no r
For New Plant the minimum :wage of $1.60 city taxes on them Crash Inures'Braoker'Man MOVE UP TO MODER"CiASHEAT

an hour!: ), McKinney then asked if any I
(Continued from Pago One) The Starve plant was openedIn discretion as to where the fire
1951 and at that time had 22.- truck would answer calls is not

area IB xpcctHr-, n boom and 000 square feet of floor space.. left to Chief Buford.In I Tommy Hamilton 36. Brooker -
tuts an employee jrtage Consequently Alter two expansions: in 1953 and chorus, the three council: + is in the Bradford County
other plants In that in 10RB it had' 52,800 square men quickly answered ":N.>.' r Hospital following pickup-

...a. feet.The They asked McKinney "How semi collision at 12:05: p. 'm. I
Big Dad Manufacturing \\fould you like to have that decision Tuesday on 301 South in frontof
Company; ) was founded in Lexington all by yoiself?' \' 1 the Longhorn Restaurant.
FLORIDATHEATRE in 1909 by D. S, Slceloff "That's what he's paid for" hi rklL His cond'tlon' was described.

Sr., father of the present, com- the Starke property owner. re- as "fair" Wednesday night.
pany president D S, Siceloff, !plied. ,,_ : Hamilton's wife LaTrelle. End Your Cold Floors and High
Jr., and ''his two brothers are "County fire protection: Is a was seriously Injured July 10
the major stockholders. county responsibility.:, "" Bryan In an accident which occurred'n
stated the northbound lane about Fuel Bill Problemsolve
i I Councilman Gerald Williams 600 feet from the scene of the
FRI., SAT. Sept 20, 21 said it Is "not right to tax just\ Tuesday accident.
County Fire the City of Starke :Ir It I fire The vehicles Involved in the heating problemwith
Double Feature Program your
protection: ). Tuesday accident were a (HI
CD Director Frank Williams Chevrolet pickup driven by,
DWISIIWm Plan DiscussedContinued told the committee It was talking Hamilton and a 1965 International the. remarkable SIEGLER
about Brooker, Hampton tractor-trailer owned by -
MMmIRME Lawtey participating in the county Diamond ,!Sand and Stone Co..
[ From Page One] wide fire protection plan but Five BH3 students who are enrolled- in the' David Williams, Williams Jewelry; Sally of Jacksonville and driven by lVIark III

GfJlRGEtalOJ'I ', "I don't see ,any person from Diversified 'orporate Training program confer Moore, Slarke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce Floyd Davis '30, (Mlddleburg. !
solely that :
on volunteers seating their governing bodies here. with one of their teachers, Bill Costello The ; Sharon Rowe Bradford Abstract and Investigating Officer Chambers -
at least a skeleton crew wouldbe said the pickup. left skid
neded to be effective They Williams should(brought!be !in on the it. matter studeqU and their training agencies are: ((1-r) Title' Co.; and Edward Thomas Food, Fair. marks for about 60 feet in the,

Councilman !Neil that Wayne Black Bradford County Telegraph; col-
Tucker before the City Council in its inside lane and after the
the' .Florida' Forest. Service has Il3<)ii It rolled for about 150
meeting) Tuesday: night; the
five trucks at present which cam feet Both vehicles were traveling i
be secured for such:. a plan. AU council the three said towns;representativesfrom would ,be 37 Students Take DCT At BHSThe south i

the' county would have to do Invited to the meeting tonight. Chambers said two witnessesat I' Iai
would be keep up\ the trucks and the scene gave conflicting
pay the Insurance required for Diversified Corporals reports. One witness .Bald Hamilton 'I
,the equipment and firemen. Training DCT( > program at f .,ti; ,t+ M. J was traveling a' high M4 .f
BHS has 37 students enrolled [nit
A resident\ at the meeting, Drainage Study rate of speed and ran into therear
and for the first
this year
of the semi. The other
Everett McKlnney: said he has
tlmr meets all of the state and
three rental houses just outside I witness said the semi was I II : ; yr ,
the city limits on SR-16 west Is federal requirements told BHS the j I changing lanes and pulled in 4
Requested Principal Ralph Dlggs I' I er1
of Hamilton.
which are served by city gas. Telegraph. j hy J }' t 1
He asked why he could not receive Diggs explained that the +7 0 ''xkt Chambers commented that In
thn five years he's been writing -
city fire :protection. I
-, 'rain receives financial assist-
I[Continued From One! a accident investigations this
County Commissioner-to Page {
from both the state and
ance R Is the first time received
:4ie's *
Ralph Bran replied to the question I iy iItf&t
federal governments and that
past three years from duPont such!) conflicting ports at the,
saying !ha doesn't feel McKinney -
there are many requirementto '
past Sampson Lake scene of the accident. "
should' get city fire pro- Dave Paulk told the committee meet This year by giving No charges were Issued. Ham-I'

1 that ,sampon Canal is not carry- the two DCT teachers private ilton and Davis have been sum

,in& the maximum amount of offices, the students proper ,jt d"!' ist o ,Sas.T moned to appear In Mayor's "h>;
301DRIVEIN' }water that it should due to tie study rooms, and by addingnew 1 fi f Court and Chambers said the n
fact that culverts under the G.I equipment, the DCT program witnesses would also be sum-
I S. and F.railraod tracks at Sampson at BHS meets all require- moned to appear.
City are not place low ments. {, I
O1E OI enough in the ground.CD This program in which lltr.: ,
Director Williams pre and 12th graders can enroll
allows the students to attend ADD MACHINE ROLLS.
sensed the group with a Natural 'I
r r File Folder, complete line office
OPEN SUNDOWN' Disaster Plan to be studied and classes In the morning and I
t t tr work In the afternoon. Bill Costello supplies. The Telegraph.Ph
discussed at the meeting tonightHe
PLUS Show Begins at 7 P.M. handed. cut copies, o! the! DCT teacher, said that EK3 964-6305. I b _

plan when asked by Councilman during the 13 years he's been ,I I fLc "
ADMISSION James McRae what planning with the DCT program students Ernest Phillips, Wlnn Dixie manager, assists Edwin Sandersa
Adults 75c!) Students 60c he (Williams) had ,been do- have been placed in almost BUS student enrolled In the school's Diversified Corporate
Chilaren Under 12 Free 'business In town from
Ing toward ''a plan of action for Training program
the next emergency service stations to doctors offices Semi- Central] Heating SystemThe

FRI.. SAT,, SUN. Morgan and Jamie McMurtle, ble Hardy, Hardy's Salvage Co.;
SEPT. 20, 21, 22 "Business men and women I Civil Defense; Kathy Jetstone. David Williams, Williams Jew-
have been very good about par Bradtord County Library; She- elry: Sharon Howe, Bradford Siegler Mark HI floor level
Double Feature'Program ticipating.! Costello comment ila McConnell. pours
Stumps Department Abstract and Title Co.; Danny
ed. He explained that many of Store: Sheryle Ward Colonial Patterson, Patterson Farm; heat out the front back and both sides
them don't really need to :hire Florist. Tim Harvey Harvey Farm I I
"PLANET OF THEMES' : for multi-room heating without costly
the students but do so just to Dwight Kersey, Hurst's\ Shell Craig Padgett and Thomas Edwards I
13 A BLOCKBUSTER.( .. help the DCT program. Someof Station: Paul Crawford, Gilbert I Food Fair; and Donald I pipes and registers. Build it in the wallor
FASCIHATIHtH. .. the students remain with Brown's Service Station; Deb- Crews Crew's Farm.
Brooker. Fla. i i'J Ask just pin to the waH. In two-tone
their employers on a full time
,i MUM' '0)DelUXE a..Llz Sllit1!, eoimopolllu, Sept. 14, 1968 I basis following graduation. baked enamel or luxurious wood grain
SEVEN RtS.. Dear Mr Matthews: w CharleyE.
Costello also commented that ;< Av iA Ns8
'If MANNER PRODUCIION RELEASE Thanks for the editorial titled many of the employers give or -'-,., + 4i" 'r, vinly coating it will add beauty and

-,-- "Television "Overreacted". AI.so" loan their student workers ti wonderful new comfort in your home.
Also I wish to thank
StJN., MON., TUES. for answering my letter with you sist'books them.and other' material to as- ., I 4", act 'vtnn i. Johns Come in soon and see-ihe.r&nar&abla-:

'SEI>T. 22, 23, 21 regards to spending tax money As juniors these student ,t_ IMl y :i iN ir new Sieglef .M i-k' III' automatic gas
for the relief of flood conditions.
AlE workers take English and Amer. I I
;. Yet, I feel that you wig. lean History and then spend heating system.FREE.
THE MOTION PICTURE Bled around some of your own two periods in the DCT section About This Question i : I

THAT SHOWS WHAT statements answer.In when. you publishedyour of the ..high school learning machines to I,' i "I understand that professional I
type work with adding -
AMERICA'SALL.TIME your editorial of September5th or perhaps boning up on tools and equipmentare
you said: "Our city and auto mechanics. The seniors' not covered under al
#1 BESTSELLERFIRST 20TH CENTURV-FOX) PRESENTS county government along wits must take the senior English)I'! Homeowner Policy. Does!' ,

PUTINTOWOROSI CHARLTON HESTON now Civil to Defense be prepared agency to could provide act course Americanism and spend one vs. periodin Communism .r, ;y this mean that a commercial 100 GALLONS OF GASIf

I Iffflth In ARTHUR JACOBS product"*! quicker warnings of such em-; the DCT section before reporting ,AA, 1it' photographer, a me- j

'er&ercies': facilitate moving for work. + ita chanic or a doctor for example -

IJN household items If no lives are I' The students are paid a minimum 7 'i 'I would need separate'all Purchased by Oct. 15th
Valley in danger, provide storage facilities
\ 5 of 75 cents an hour (or risk' insurance on their
and shelter for displaced I. $1.60 an hour if the businessis i' FtV .i professional equip i ment
families and keep traffic at a. .
RODCYMcDOWAli-MAURICE EVANS mUumum\, In disaster areas." merce engaged), and In if they Interstate are 18 CPID-j I :' a ., -1 1y1 ; kept at home?" I SLADE
of the'Dolls Also you said about the same late .
KIM HUMIR-JAMES WHITMORE older may work as
thing in an editorial this week !
:: p m. I I Charley E. Johns
J JAMESJW'tiNQA HARRISON3- Now I have no objections for Dlggs pointed out that the
tax being spent to help I GAS AND \
//INCVROSUCIINS MOST AS/WtAMS/ money students are closely screened' Agency APPLIANCES
numuiisawmai Illpa: t WilSON RUOSadN9iwam ( people when a disastrous con- "30 they don't go into the '
1 dition prevails. This Is my ... ... 131 S. Walnut St.
to buya I
rtiiwmi", : just to get
; +"rillOll' MM MUM course money 332 W. Madison St. Phone 961-7701
point: there Is no difference In that
car. And Costello(
spending tax money to dig a his department works closely High And DryThis PHONE 964-5070 -

PLUS ditch to prevent flooding a I with the Child Labor Depart-

farm or building a passable:' ment to help the employers and Is the tit being used Monday and Tuesday by workmenfor
road to farmer's house than
ZOth C.nturv-Fo resents a to the students stay within the the Florida State Telephone Company as they labored on
to spend tax money move
that department
guidelines set up by -
household goods and provide East Call Street

storage for the same. The second DCT teacher at At the first drops of rain Tuesday afternoon a red and white
Let me be very frank in saying BHS Is Maxie Wendell Kelly umbrella, seen above, suddenly blossomed above the platformsuvpendtvl ; 7nt&? 's7?7mcJcs:
cheap who also teaches bookkeeping from a cable by ropes! 'I '
voters and deceptive influence
has defrauded many people In parttime.The students. In the DCT program The workmen lost no time to the weather.

this county. For example look
and their training agescles
how U. S. 301 was routed are: Joyce Allen and surely be corrected also. But .
: CENTURY-FOX Presents dirough Starke a few years ago. Wayne Black, Bradford County please don't beat around the .
'quoNNAVISION' This cost the tax payers many Telegraph; Sally] Moore. Starke bu h as before and Just talk
of dollars. I think
thousands -Bradford Chamber of Com- about Alligator Creek. HOW
DAVID WEISBMPRODUCTION COLOR BY DE LUXE every one that knows any thing merce; Lamar Norman Slade Respectfully
about it understands why such Frank Joe H H. MotiSeptember
PANAY ION' COLOR by DeLUXE Oas Co.; Thomas
an impractical course was
Still Morris Stanley Crawford, Ed-
lowed. Why did I have to pay win Sanders and Billy Smith! 12 ,I

L. Winn Dixie: Ray Crawford Edwards LahU Finland To Qualify For
Phillips 66 Station; Pat Dear friends In Starke ,
Gassett, Terwlllegar Motors; Now after my arriving back "Star Driver"Protection \ -

Ronald Knowles, Winkler Electric home, I've been thinking a lot
STARLING FARM SUPPLY I Inc; about you and the year spent\ .
Waters with in Starke.
.I S. Waters Grocery; you If
have drive
I Richard Lee, Top Dollar: I want to express my grati-- you a good .
316 BUOWNLEE ST. PHONE 964-6062 I II Wayne McCarthy McCarthy's I tude to you for making my stay ing record you're for
I Garage; Linda Durrance Brad- there most wonderful. Ever Nationwide. The safest 1
ford County Hospital: Tryphenla since the beginning I felt thatI drivers in America deserve -

JUST RECEIVED FRESH SHIPMENT OF McRae, Western Union: Linda kindly was at you home welcomed; so warmly me. and some breaks which

they get from Nation- .
I thank the I
Especially want to
five hundred dollars for a pieceof Patz and Hatcher families 1 wide's Family "star driver" -
WREN GATOR property joining me and then
was staying with for giving me protection especially !' -
RYE in a short time have to deed it
WESER ELBON to the county without compen- such a good home; the Rotary : If you own more

sation in order to get a road Club members who often offered than one car. Phone Mom's always careful driver the
paved through my communitywben me their: help and gave memo a except on

exaggerated prices were t pleasant surprises.The BILL POWELLPhone 20th of the month .- then she gets in an awful
Gulf Rye Grass Tetrablend 333 Rye GrassSee paid' for right of way property good, old BUS I'll remember -
along\ U. S. 301? forever; the helpful faculty 961-6461 hurry to get her savings to First Federal so it'll
and the friendly fellow students
.hit Matthews there are many 401 W. Madison' St. from the I st.Savillgs.
people Including myself who I mad! my school year very very I earn
Me For would like to know if the golf I enjoyable (Best of luck to the Starke, Fla.

east of Starke is deededto coming football season). ,

Saddles- Bridles -- \We Carry a Full LineWe its course the agencies.county Also state if or tax any funds of! you Once all again for this I want year to because thank and( Loan

were used on this property and I'm sure I will remember It as NATIONWIDE" "
ono of the happiest and richest
If ?
Carry a Full Line of Farmer's Supplies Let me conclude in saying years in my life.
that I be in To Starke with love k1 I ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
may wrong my '
Feeds -- Seeds -- and Fertilizers Elise Rekiln, the exchange student Nationwide: Mutual Ins. (0.
tlilukiim. If so please correct Home Office Columbus, Ohio 218 N. Are.
from Finland 1 to 1311$. : Temple Phone 9615000,8fMUon
me, in doing so others will!
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,, SEPT. 19, 1968 "I""JI'O" ''0''"+'v'1V wnvnnnapn ""' ''"K''' rrontn>*
flcr'.lon' One Puce Five
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Oct. 7 Is Deadline I 11ltr1'! in. ratfitt'and''TV I. I PftOUATHTo
To ApplyFor prcepea: celved by the sheriff: CALVARY BAPTIST NOTICU. OP ,
}ref 1rhSeld,10: ; typing, sadnapthand r Union Deaths tMrs.!! Yarbi oug'.i: attended ser Th. K All.tHt p" rrmnir or SaulDiwodent IrvteitmtmJ :tn
High School Tcit I Sept. 3; welding In e1 vises!! at Pine Level Baptist: Sunday) Hcnool, I'j! a. I i Yuu are hereby notified'' that
Diploma tl !? relfS..po.ilqllI1g' lad.: baking. 4 torch west, of Stark9, where Morr.lnn Worship. 11 a.. n a,written Invtrumunt purportingi
ho 'the Ixmt Will of Aaron T.
< a ,proceasJ.a.! farm machinrepair IA Ruled Murder f she was a member, Bind: arrived 1'.1111. ;:)abu, 6JO: p. J1Lvenlig Paul. d...".... October 7 Is the deadline!! :: far! $7 50 *nd $2,far Bach' r -test. fs tll.7 J general automotive ( home around 8:20: p. m. on Sept Survlco, 7:30.:: Prayer tad to protmt In thlH Court. _
applying" tG taike the\ General I,be el111', le for these' bats! ,ja&. ap:; fcc, adult .gwwers and: (Jp rtorll.tb'IU"1I 8. Welch came to her trailer and Metttw, Wednesday, 7:3': t'tr' nix, hereby;calendar" commanded month ...

Education Development tests at plicant must ,(\11>,,be, ,a., FUirfda;; o :;' mjtcir/ mechanics, and And I told her she had a cC.Ile: of p. m,-Rev R. H B+.tlw. from the data of the first publl-
the Vo-Tech School Millard Ire I :"+:'i4nt' ; ((2)) !be ;20! years of age pciaca officer training. ta be ann S SuicideA tele the: .19: calls and! she returnee' ,./lAt" nation thl.n'Court thlH and notice.how to appearIn cauMw-
B e''-'n, Even'ng Coordinator *r over j ((3)) :lave passed American ( :coed. .. to t'o' house with him. I If unv you can why the action
has ann* wed.Tha \ history and. :,, Oe\1eralEdllcatu!: classes AJnsrlcan ot thin court In admittingMid :
Amwrlcsa government \ :, Jr t About ten mlrutes Inter, the Will, to prohdte\ should not
,battery cf tests' cover.'l11i I or civics;,, ))4)) have & th: Cory, Sept. 10; elementary t1 murder.: ( and s''.':olds has been Yartaroioto( e.iild! en heard their PAYROLL ENVELOPES I stand iinrevnked, .w.

English 1 grammar, social studies soiial security 1.1nber;, and. ((51> : education.! Sept. 3. 5, ruled by & Union Cciji.ty" grand mother! screaming' "Don't, Cha. with or without carbon Pountv THJ.Iu.t"nON. ,.. A.In YAWN and for, Br bPl 4>(
science, literature and mathe- ,j--mpiete: the aApLeitto' *. at feastore 1Q; .A jetral.r4uMUcn: Sept.\ 3; jjry 'jo t the death eta win and lie: don't" and t.is oldest! girl, Bradford County '/ lIa&-1 foci t'ounty" Florida .
matics, will ,be given on theweek womanon Sunday:: Sept 8. I by Anncta AndrewB, Clerk -
: week In advance of the tests. general,, mathematics Sept. 9; Phyllis ran to KM: house where .. .
of Oct. 14 from; 3:30: to Brown pointed oqt: thai't; clatses aeneral science Sept. 10; Well ,I Charles! Otto, Welch, 5f,. died she found Welch standing over I In The. ('curvy. '..I.'M. (.urt. Of Rliic 1: p AI.H), Snndern.
,1:30: pjn. and foam 7:15: to 9:15: tire now being ,i f.1ere4!' in all of Cbaolt!1 l review' (prep'anatiom) forGED ; f at about 8:30: p. m. on Sept. 8 Mrs. Yarborough.! with a .38 caliber llrmiri..Ml I'miniy., rt"rlln, In I I 14. Want full Streeti4urke
pm. In the cafeteria of the Vo- the 'above : tests) .Sept. 3 'homemak-' as the result of.a.., self-hflicted: Pruln l tr\o. Florida I
areas! and Tech Center. .Cher areas iec14hY'vtrattcaal! u.g. Sept. .9"baaio; ethical.' shotgun! ( wound: the Jury found' : (home rillll' I IXuiMlNiMl' IIll9{ tt to 0'h..n ,. .
Individuals: who pars all of the and gel1e.i'8.l.education. ccur.rej.> Sept. 9; Americanism vs. Cammvnlsm : acceding to Union Cuaty' Judge Welch] told the child to leave (
tests wUl reselye h'g"i'! school For Information! abort! and Art to be -. A. L...Drlggars.. ?
: these a:pounced or :lie would kill her mother and: :
diplomas >and: would: bj qualif'ed' Mrs:. Rosa' Lee Flpis Nettles I+,
c::lrses or' the ones In the fol- the girl ran f-omths room, heiLl'I
to go to college Brown said '. w'ng!'' list, cMll the shl964-'' !) '; I I I Yarboroyjh, 30, died at about Ins a shot lire before' she. I \\ You Use; An Anilr-wt Charge
Th'se, who do '\ot pass all of 615(). Phon the Mine time from a pistol ,\billet reached the porch: She looked: I Account
the testa, may' try aya.n: om those.: All of the: courses for actjlts through' the head fired by through! a window and saw''' Your Proscription' Tax Reo.rds. !

they fall. The tests ,are tf.'ered: and their start.ng: dates are as Welch the Jary concluded. Welch shoot: himself lt the! head I are Kept For You --- Uy Us
two( or three times a year follows!: : Appliance: : service! Sept! Men Unic.i: Steriif! John Whitehead! I' with a .12 gauge shotgun.TYPEWRITERS .
State fee for all of Mrs" ---- Andrews DrugsFor
in, Area Now I raj-borough's three children, oil I,
I i A heavy metal grating and cable fence,, crosses'! Alligator I| Phyllis 12, was an eyewitness i iI : Manual 1\ Fast IH'Irvery lain) 9U4-7170 IP t tTERWILIE
I I Creek just east of,Rowell Lake could l&op.evea the heaviest flow I to the: double shoot.ni.( : He termed Liectrlc. For sale or rent. I .
The Stale Board of Health Bradford County Telegraph. ..
i of logs and dl'brls. according to the three boaters who Intend to It then as a definite murder-" --
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which l!censer- pest control operators ---- j
i suicide
present their photos to the drainage committee
has warned that illegal
Learn "thesecrets Mrs. Yarborough/ and: her children -
"est. control: operators! are gains -. x lived In a trailer c.i Welch'sproperty I '
from rtsor to door: selling r
and about 75 yards MOTOVICKERY R
of termite, control services to unwary {; from Welch's :home.

persona. Welch was described by Sheriff .-.
beer These operators prey upon Whitehead as "one of UnionCounty's .-....
cookery and
old people, widows, retirees
biggest tobacco.
>> growers
dl'aWsd persons, the SBH says welcomes
and: a successful farmer.
.I!i& ,a release from Its Jacksonville
Find out how to mak* office. Mrs. Yarborwih>\: and her ch.l- -

delicious everyday dishes 1 fho: operators frequently dren had workedor Welch in
his tobacco operatic. for several '
pass themselves off as representatives I' play.aa.
beer-such beer
as of state agencies. years although they had lived EDWIN
meat loaf beer chicken They pressure the' homeownerinto I on the place only a month or .. .

beer sausages and beer letting them make a termttei I two.Sheriff I t; ,7 ,'-rIg
ftispactlon and usuaUy Whitehead said a mo- .
cake. And then there -
are Ig
tive for the .
"clam" that termites: are pre e double tragedy was I rhi'
such'gourmet treats as sent. Stating that the situation unknown but tl.it' Welch had I .. I4'd
S.nd In thli rarebits and Carbonnadea! is bad the operators falsely 1 it been despondent In recent week =

coupon pamphlet for of our fr. Flamandes. claln. that the state requires iw I I i f I t ta because of ax impending! operation ,.! 'i'I,' .' ', -
recipes I on coolIng 1 the termites to be cleaned out. I I'I la November. ar''
Beer is I =
cookery as Ji. ;
with bear. Sometimes the operators say According: to>> infa.-mat.on: : re-
traditional as yesterday... they have a small amount of A"*" !!. ; -wwts
a ,..
as modern as tomorrow. chemicals still left In their I .1' .. :::
tanks and they will do the Job needay night Prayer Band ,. .. '
Beer real flavor
a treat. en the spot at a low cost. Tills Another wire fence, which crosses Alligator Creek east of meting Thursday Story Hour ;1. -

: termite control Job. which may Starke. Note the Island that has formed In the creek bed ,with at the Church. and Ladle< Circle. ;, \t'. ,-
not be effective or well done Friday night! Prayer. Band "
Ketchie .
brush growing U. (Photos by Norman )
... ... ce. ... .1..e ... .. .. . .-., may cost the homeowner sev- on mettlng. Sunday :School At 9::30. '::1 I "
ral hundreds of dollars. Morning service at 11:00: a. m.', -- ...
: I'm interested In recipe for cooking with beer. Sand me my : One West' ,Florida widow was : Evening service at 6:(00 p. -
: free pamphlet swindled out of $600 by two Alligator Creek Notice Chapter',168 m'l 1.1.'a' ..

: men who pretended to treat her DtU Chapter Ilia will meet : 'a'a .
: Name .._ home for termites. Another wi- Thursday night at 8:00: p. .

: Street : dow In the Tampa Bay area Expedition in Masonic Hall on m'l: V
was bilked of over' 818,000 In Street.; AU members are : t .
: City several years by a number of to please be present and on'
illegal pest control operators. Three St. Clair Street residents 1- '. Civil Defense!! buildlnff: at 8 p. time. Sister Alma B. Bacon W. '
Statt. 7p When an easy victim is found, took a. six! mile boat trip In. M., !
the word spreads rapidly from down Alligator Creek, from' Fences such as the ones!! Cheater Allen Chapel AME
: UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ti\ one group of operators to an the washed out bridge' at Jordan shown abave east of RoweU Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson
P.O. BOX 273, WINTER PARK FLORIDA 32789 other. Road east of Starke to1 Lake forced the trio to carry pastor. I I
\51 : When. a pest control operator where the creek flows under I their boat around the obstruc Rev. L. A. Sampson will be ,, .
knock his door, the FloridaI railroad west of tions. also had to host to the fourth and last' K
: on SR 225 and They
. . . . . . . .1 . . . a : carry Quarterly Conference, Sunday ,.
Sampson Lake, Sunday to see thi boat around a bed of hya i i'
,how badly debris is jamming clnlhs. Sept 22, Rev. A. R. Richardson -''

I I i, |II i w of water I II I Point of the trip was to gather will be in charge of all i As a Member, Our Service Department, Edward-Invites .
I i In the four-hour run the three 1 \proof. for the County Corn'ssion services. AU officers and mem- I
I i'I I tooK ib pictures of brush and ; and the Cty: Council that bera are asked to please be All His Friends and Customers to Visit Him.
i' These Mustangs\ I 1 deb)'"* Jams hyacinths, overgrown the creek is'' not being 'kept present and have written re- '., .
brush and debris against clcir of obstructions that Hamper ( ports I
fences. The Sunday morning the flow of water. The .
boaters, Norman Ketchie, O. J. creek varied from one to six
have McGriff, ana James! Blood. feet deep and in width from almost ?
to go. wot th, Intend to presant the: Impassable in a narrow
photos to the joint( county-c tv alum'num boat to a navigablestrt
committee tonight am. ATTENTION
drainage ?
when it meets In the Bradford I
'At our prices you: I s

homeowner should demand tc, tact Mrs. Annie Jane Dell I
see. this identification. card I Mrs. M. J. White, Rev. Levy
No! ,, welch mint have the man's I, Lennon Miss Shirley Brown '
ccintsay name his picture-, the name ol Hamilton or Elizabeth O. Walk f
the company for which lie er. Free transportation will be ,

I'" works, and the expiration date,,, furnished. Job Hunters .
Each year the State Board ol f All persons) 21 years of age -. ,...:.- .... {
Health changes the colors o.i:I and\ who have nat: registered, .. :
the cards. Those for 18-G; are' I please contact Miss Shirley Co ,
printed In orange and black hens and committee to give the A : .

and carry a June\ 30, 1969, ex needed Information. Free trans- :- .... ,.,
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piration The homeowner date. also shoutcheck I portation The Youth will be Improvement provided.I organization Willing to Give An Honest Day's t/ii; ,.; '':Jk'1J)1/ jJ:i:, : j

the vehicle the man I Is soliciting! the help .. $
.lllt dVy.+>Jap'ar'! Nr; j. '. it'$
'''Ia to If It carries of adult In makins. our "":'
driving see I every "IOi' J ::;; J.fg'; I J n"tf
the name of the. company. Usu city and county a better place >..,
Work f for An HonestDay's :
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ally only reputable pest control to live. Our young: people are
firms havp such vehicles. very concerned with! condlt.ons I
If the homeowner has any in our commonly.Prlngle ( \ ..'I "
I i doubts concerning the operators I Birthday. I Pay?
who come to his door, he Mack F. Prlngle, a long time
should check w.th the sheriff ol f resident of Starke and Bradford
"' : his county call the Bureau Courtly observed his 92nd
"" "' or
v' : / '" I IIa.tAtan of Entomology ,Florida State blrlhday September 3. THE BRADFORD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
:-f.-f.f .; ,,Board of Health to see if the Several of his I' daughters, and

/ : : operator I la reputable. grandchildren'were .home to ,
J help make It an enjoyable day.
A/ I Confined to a wheel chair he Is Announcing
( I t, !lives at 1214 Old Lawtey Road.
#. Colored Citizens Mr. Pringle would appreciateyour
visits and card of cheer
1 CI..nc.pdud: BIg 'ord. .1... New
t Tram old friends whenever time
Ford ,., S... aft apt"'aI" quip.o. .. .
...... < i permits' ,

: Head 'Start SurveyInformation Samuel L. Wheeler has Joni! i

I rr. ::: _. Mta. ng : -- about the Summer his family after serving twen- _..
'. 1' Head Start program" Is ty-two ((22)) years, in the United -
: available' to all interested per States Army. He traveled ex- Will'' Soon Be To In Starke
.ln2':!''.prla our coat Ipr Mud.ng banam cL.r..np S.W.n sons. The program Is for children tens.vely. He Is the husband of Ready Open ::

optlWW... equlpn lea who will! enroll In kinder- Mrs Minnie B. Wheeler a for-
garten, or the first grade in mer graduate of RJE and FlorIda .ew
September. To make plans for( Memorial ColLege She Is ,
the 1U69 Head Start employed In the Levy County II' -

$224800I program parents summer are asked to publiC school. I Applications) for employment may be obtained at the ::
Oil T. School
FROMWHILE Inform' the schools or contactthe
CUBB Economic: Agency Donald Wheeler, a music major Chamber of Commerce office in Starke. Interviews :.: .
is entering his sophomore
through Dorothy Hankerson.. )I
Letters will be mailed to you year at Bethune-Cookman Col- will be conducted in about two weeks. ==
I I when It Is made known that lege. He Is a graduate of A. L. ,
you have a child to enroll. Miss Mebane High School of Alachua --
Florida. He Is the son of retired I
Hankerson would like to visit -
THEY LAST and talk to you about the Head Samuel L. Wheeler and Mrs. I .. ... -
Minnie B. Wheeler of Btarke. -
Start Adult Program.classes are available to Card Of Thanks I NEEDED WILL BE EXPERIENCED: =

all Interested persons who Mrs. Alice Hamilton and children -

RT ;' would Lke to Increase their ed- would like to thank theft *
Needle t"r
ucation. The sewing classes are many many kind friends for the Operators.
he'd each Monday and Wednesday many acts of kindness during
6 TO SELECT FROM night at RJE High School. their 'bereavement of the deathof Safety Stitch Operators. =
Register' at the Vo-tech center their husband and father. -
office or call 064-5344. May God ever Bless you all.Mn. Hemmers. Blind Stitch Hemmers. a =
NAACP Meet 'i Alice Hamilton and children 1 e.
The NAACP will hold Its regular -' I *' Overlock Operators.'i(0 Payroll Clerk .. ==
meeting Thursday. night CMUKICII NEWS
MotorsYOUR (tonight) Sept. 20, at Mt. Zion Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Terwillegar :
AME Church Lawtey, Florida. Baptist Church, Rev. Lewis Mc- OTHERS :
AU interested! persons are Invited Kay pastor. service scheduleas t
to attend. I follows: Monday night : J!
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER IN I :tADFORD This organization is workingto Choir No. 3 and Ushers BoardNo.
I Pick Up Your Application at the Chamber of Commerce Office. "
AND UNION COUNTIES get every person registeredto 2 will meet. Tuesday night
I vote. For" information con- CUolr No. 1 will meet. Wed- r



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"'ftrrtlon" Onn Paw Six:. _ _ _ _ _ B'UDFORn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB. FLORIDA .. THURSDAY. SEPT. 19, 1968

: Now's The Time To Collect .. -- l recounted\ the plan discussed at Vrires. V r
Power Plant the meeting last week. (See article NOTICEI

I ] In this Issue of The Telegraph 1 V _
Slash Pine Cones To Sell ). will not be responsible]( for

Engine Trouble Fire Chief :R. C. (Red) Buford any debt other than my own.

Tto Florida Forest Service, seed to produce the more than .f told the council he- wants Hiuel! Hall Young. 2tp -9-19

began its slash pine! cone Collection 70() million sredlinsi which will lug to do""With ,a job as JI.Oth-1

". season on September 5. be grown In !its t'ir-e' 'itirserles* Bared a county-wide fl.-e .
Healthy, ripe unopcicd' slash Anyone Interested In earning TuesdayFive Buford .said he expects! to retire HEALTH FACTSIt's

pl'ie cones will be bought: after extra dollars gat'iering: slas: ) In a few :years and doesn't want
should contact t' tu take on such a load a. this fact that countless
:that date at d-gnated local pine! cones valves have burned and a
sto\(. and service! stations for nearest cone dealer In tin had to be replaced in the city's date in his career. He- agreed, thousands have been restored -
I I to help] plan for countywide
..the h'gliest market price. an-a. cones are being bought b: new $250,000 and 1,750 KW Worthington however to health by Chiropractic -
and to attend the
.* CeDes in amounts as small Starling Farm Supply t: .Corp- generator .at the protection care, even after
'as !one-quarter,! bush"! will be : Starke & C. F. Miles Produce plant] it was disclosed :Tuesday second Joint city-county :meeting other methods have failed.
Bradford Civil Defense
-boui.ht[: and paid for by dsalcr<. Mnikct In Luke Butl r.FOl'estry night at the council: : meeting. In take theshort
Building at 8 tonight Why don't
S>imh p'ne cones can bgserel : is Florida's: econd Utility Superintendent Oscar p.m. ------ _
thioweekperiod largest! !! industry and it takes a (Thursday). cut to health and con
during Davis
a gave particulars] on the
Math Teacher Adklnson Tim
BUS Warney directs Ellandas
action the Council my
1 I In other :
following the starting: lot of trees to satisfy such a trouble with the new engine at sult your Chiropractorfirst.
V, -Discussed at length! complaints he parks bis Jcrp In the student lot. Principal Ralrh Dlggs
date. After that length of time, I ICOUD0 voracious appetite. Which the request of Councilman Jim It will save both
will open and many of brlnns up the subject of tree my McRae. who said. 'he felt the ] of Orange Street residents has Initialed a new "cloned campus" policy at BUS. AU student time and money. Phone

?-the seed will be lost. planting and the fact that the -i. "" .. council members should< be neighbor's about yard.old City cars Clerk piled Merrill in a- vehicles must be registered; no student Is allowed to leave him today for an appoint.

t_ Tlje Forest Service! interested Florida Forest Service has abumper This* laiJH I'oru ,aiaa., t.r.vi-i by Paul Frank Tomllnson of Aware of what' was golas' on. Edmunds was instructed to the campus for lunch without a pass. ment.
in slash pine cocies only. crop of seedlings this So far, tine engine has caused
Jackxonvlllr Is shown after write offender giving him 10
crashing Into the Assembly of God
I year for sale at cost on a first trouble toe :but the
The jslash pine Is easily Indent. i*> one power -
triable with Us 8 to 12 inch 'orne-first served basis. Church Saturday nljrlil. loinlinson said he van, avoiding an oncoming plant employees who have days!la to taken clean by the the lot city.before action -Closed Campus ---

needles 2 or 3 to the sheath. I Landowners are urged to vehicle and aurrvrd to the left as he approached Starke had to dismantle, pull and replace Councilman Jimmy McRae ,. FOR SALE

A light weight ladder. a folk-! check with the County Foresteror traveling past on SR-16. four ''Of the five burned said the neighbors ro not want to BY SEALED BIDS
County Ranger and get their ''valves.Electricity tout not been I The property known as
ed or tobacco stick, a piece of sign a warrant for the offender's
seedling orders in early to interrupted because the work /Initiated At BHSRalph I the Jacksonville J1W Repeater !
:ropoiaafety and some burlap -
arrest, although he is liable for
bags are the only Items avoid disappointment. Car Rams ChurchIn was done at night "When' the loadIs that under the present city or I, I West Station Market, located Road on in
\ l1R t.
.needed: for collecting cones. '
odInaace: I I Starke, Florida. Lot size is
The Forest (Service needs at BIG PENS. Ball Point Re "Its been a little inconvenient Discussed a policy change : ] Diggs, principal at Bradford High' School] told The 70 feet wide ,by 120 feet

"*:' ast 20 thousand bushels: of fills. Bradford: County Tele right In the hottest part of the" that will be effective when the Telegraph that he has Initiated a new "closed< campus" policy. I I deep Sealed bids to purchase

-'cones this year to yield enough) graph. 1-41' I Avoiding Crash Supt.summer Davis having told] the this Council.down, city's new billing machine is Installed He explained] that this means that ali vehicles must be regis this property should

A Worthjngton Corp. representative in about a month. At that tered and: have a sticker, .land: that no student may leave during be forwarded to American
a ------ -- time second: notices will no I Telephone md Telegraph]
I Is scheduled to the lunch 'riding or walking] without written lurch
-.-- ---h\ An unknown! automobile mak- Wrecker Service wa also dl- examIne longer Inn a left turn: in front; of a 1'WB! rocilv In the path of McRae'sca the engine Mon. to find the dation of the city's auditor. A lunch pass may be obtained only if the student presents a Superintendent 100 Edge-

Ford driven by Paul Franklin Is it pulled Tomlltuon's "Pwble i> ] In the fuel-air mixture. -Wrote off $236 in old utility! written request from his parents and it is Issued for only one wood Avenue, Atlanta
-TERWIL' GAR : Tonilinson';. Jacksonvfle.I ca- from the church. Davis ald. Georgia. 30303. with the en-
bills at the request of Clerk Merrill purpose-to go directly borne for lunch and then return directlyto
: caused t'I" driver of the F'ol'll( McRae was fined $152.50 and So far the trouble has not been velope marked "Jackson.
I Ectw ds. school. There Is one exception, Digits said. !If a parent :wants "
down but he ville JIW-Sealed Bid,
to lo 9 conirjl and crash Jut:> placed: on probation for six pinned Davis says -Took under considerationtwo
a church building Saturday mcnths in Starke Mayor's CourtTuesday thinks the city engineers are on his child to meet him: at a local: resturant for lunch, a. lunch passmay end postmarked no ]later
ruat proofing bids for protection
; I night Sept. 11. the right track now. be obtained. than October' 9, 1968. Bids
night on a reckless
MOTORSUSED of the city's water tankat
I Tomlinson told the city policeofficers I driving charge. Work on the engine has cost the Pratt Street Playground. Diggs also pointed out that the'Ve'hlcle' registration may be will ,be opened at 10:00: A.
at the at the Interaction the city labor and time but the M. on October ]14. 1968.
scene ,
Hutcheson and Mayor suspended. or revoked If they drive ;recklessly or otherwise play The right to reject
of SR-16 and Brown- engine Is still under warranty.The .
Call!] Hurst, driving the wrecker I
DEDAN BAPTIST CUUBCUBROO&ER around with their cars. and all bids :Is reserved.For .
Ilee a car turned left directlyIn said they were so scaredby Council also discussed at
I front of him onto Brownlce McRae's approach and near letvrth the Impending) meeting "We have had extra good response from the student':: body," I Area further Code: 404 details 529-8854.call

CARON I I Street I collision they didn't think to tonight t on county-wide fire pro- Sunday School. lit... IlL.Diggs commented. He continued: "This is an above average i,' AMERICANTELEPHONE

Tomllnson swerved to the move out of the way. (McRae '' ,....11\1. filling the members !not Morning Worship. 11 a. m. ,student body and I sincerely] mean that. I think one big reason \AND

lefl to avoid a collisIon. according drove within the 60 feet of the !present .at the \Joint city-county Training Union 8:30: p. m.-.we've had such excellent response is because of the backing from TELEGRAPH COMPANY

to City Patrolman Harold intersection and then was for. meeting last week In on the Evening Service, 7:30.: R T. the parents.: I 4tchg926SEVERAL

I, Crews. the Investigating officer. ced to slam on brakes and skid progress.! Lacy Conway pastor. II.
The Ford crossed culvert at ii ----
a to a halt. Councilman Jimmy! McRae
the Intersection and was .stopped -
only when it crashed Into

the Assembly] of God Church.

I knocking a hole In the concrete I

wall Damage to the right front I _
of the car was cst'mnted' at I 1

LATE MODEL TRADE- $4(10( passenger but Tomlinson were and not Injured.a woman

Tomllnson was charged in
INS ON 1968 FORDS Stat ke Mayor's Court with failure
to yield the rightofwayand
causing an accident. He NEW MOBILE HOMES Ohic- '1
was fined $6.50 court costs. kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. I George E. LaRue I ii

1964 FORD ....... A third driver. Benjamin If you find your name amonff the Classified Ads, I Clemaon, Layton travel trailers INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
Marcus McRae of Starke was Llbsrty Taylor, Azalea]
Power & Air, New Tires, also] charged In the same mishap ,I come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing lire, Homeowners

: A-l, Low Mileage. OneOwner $$1285 when he nearly failed to free sat up and de LIFE & ACCIDENT
Florida Theatre 301 Drive.
: stop as he approached intersection FREE PASSES to or livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER
-- traveling cast on Brownie: MART, INK, 6912 Biandingr Keystone Heights 473-4693

V Street. McRae skidded to act.n Theatre Passes In.HASTINGS. Jax. 771-8776. tfcl1g. ______________________I

1965 FORD THUNDERBIRDFull .. Inuf, n four fnof fI'I..... i,
-- J.- V
USED VACUUM clen. reconditioned -
Patrolman Clarence Hutcheson I MATTRESS FOB PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED gas cook
Power & who!: was directing traffic on and $1$ up. 10 different t stove or electric, refrigerators,
Air. Excellent & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Service. Home .
$1l 795 CLASSIFIED AD RATES name!\ brand to obooo from. beds dinette sets bedroom '
V SR-16. I Lemon. S&. PatatkaFurniture Commercial. Phone ?473-3090
Condition Parts A excdUant repairs aM I f
______ A wrecker from Hurst's I II sets, sofas and chairs. Phone
i iI Up to 15 word __n 1.23 Repaired P. O. Box 19. Keystone. tfohg makes. KIRBY SAtfflS A I 9647923. Pahmers. tfchu ,

I (Minimum charge) I Upholstered &: Refinished SERVICE 712 K. Mata. Galnes- GOOD USED Add.
MATTRESSES REBUILT nIle 376-7110. tfohg: HOUSE FOR SALE-.In quiet ing Machines for sale eleo
1965 FORD L. T. D. \())11E: "lna""H NA I.I: Each word over 13 __ .07 AT REDUCED: KATJSS .
Nntki. IK h"'h< "I'n Hint I. : New Innersprlngs!! neighborhood. Approximately] tries; subtraction, credit baiI -
Power & Air. I' D I llfdcllHll Shu. ,.,Iff of Hruil- i Extra charge If not II and Box Springs AUTO. FTRH.. BOAT DID YOU KNOW it's easy to I 1700 sq. ft. living area. 3 bedrooms I anca. Bradford County Telegraph -
r> ((1 I "i'<"Hinih'lni' Ida. .".d...* und Call DOTTJO E. CONNER! I
$ paid' In advance ___ .35 Drop Us A Cord J or own a Longchamp Home I? ((2 with 'paneled] accent If
$1495 hy \ 'Irtuiof Writ ni l Ixutknto ,
A-l V It: I I PALATKA EA 5-B1M Better built for F7>rMa liv wall))): 2 ,baths: living room: kitchen !

I. iiti., ,n, ,iMHiii'd. f'uuii Itr.idford l"inintv SlemorlnN
I of -
V Kl ,i,1 tdti< imrHimnl" in a flnnli'i ,, I 249 E. Adklnn St. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- ft. Fla. room with family! proof I Modern 3 bdrm. block bouse,
-IKIM.,,, 'nt fiii,,, r'lmtlt.* A. IMivlilMUII 7 Starlm, Agentmm'! ford Mitchell, phone 964- .
fire ]
1965 FORD FAIRLANE and, 1 iitfalnHt. llai'ild. I Mitittli I cents per word PUMPSV paneling place for ga'' log close In town, plus 30 x 30
i mint', t:>_ I I""HI" I""" t ,KM,- Wllll I HHtH* .llfOil NEW AND USED ttt'-f I or 4th bedroom. All centrally 934.5174. Starke. tfchg
500 Tudor I.T V-.Air. $ ,, SALES-PARTS-SERVICE heated and air conditioned. Dou-
$1295 II"' V -i IX' d 1 Hid ll.l\> I In HIV
Sharp _V ,|II'MH" I.MHI',,.ill till. IVlloIIIK, ) tit. ,HI, .1'IIIi'd 50) words(' or less --- 3.00 Deep & Shallow Wells M00111SSUN ble carport and 24 x 24 ft. lI'arall'8. -I! WANTED USED WRINGER
,l (1" 'IVV n.ll I |10! IOl II\I too' \\ 11I'15 IIriri JIMMY washer; Will pay cash or take
;, ,i'lic\rcil"'t Mnlillo I I limit'III Kfuh: word over 60 __ .01 I Water Softeners & Filters Shady lot 100 x 150 ft. in trade on anything. Dahmers
I I \ii: K5:;ilin( 757llTHK : Priced right. Call 964-7498 for I
Nu. 7W-:SI'lHAi \ $'! Fxpert Service On Dlcount House tchar
1968 CHEVROLET PICK-UP I the iiro| Tt>- of (I' ) appointment. 2tehf( --9-19
I nuniucl,, ,: ili-frmtunt:: iind.I 'h.I". ; on IN TOWNLakeside All Makes MOORE BOAT "OR I WAITRESSES
4 Mniidathp. Speed. Rig ((6)) Engine.
I I 11'11'' ) i ni I iwtlvc oVloi'U, noon. .on Home in person Longhorn Restaurant -
,., inlMt*. DURRANCE PUMP 8tarke Ph. tftt5791SERVICE Kingsley Lake. Central HentOuv I'
$23 5 mtd di I on the |>ti" of tinHrudforcl 301 South. tfchg
Camper Included. Low '.. Sale.] ,
( unty Juil, Mill of.fer Phone 533-2368 tfchg
7 2 Story 6 Rooms AND SUPPLY CO.
I fur nnle mid mil to I thehluflifitt a---- -
Mileage __ SPECIAL
,, ,, .
V I hld..p for i'H ll In hantllh I FOR SALE .Registered I
,. ahnvp deMtrlhnd,,, 1 i>ro|>rty of $9,150S. I I Ski Rig V___V "19:1.00I : AngUt GUY SELL TRADE
tall I di-fpnilant tn HatlHry t the FOR SALS-BRICK HOUSE heifers: weanllngs through 2
1967 FALCON FORDOROne I AfortHitld. 1 n .II' 1,1.II"h Kxec'titlnnP : I E. McKay Realtor ready for occupancy. 3 bed- I, New Model every Engines day. arriving year olds W. S. Sherwood 964- Hill Powell

Ur...<1t..1. County Klorlilnta, ,' Keystone: freights room Itt bath. Treated Just 6742. tchg! Real EstateApproximately
Owner. 14.000 Miles. / II 10/Hi outside of city limits in I
$1 595 473-4816 FOR RENT TV sets, baby WANTED Persons to work on three acres,

Like New __ Pmebreeze. Easy monthly: beds electric guitars and ampliflers. chicken farm and or processing close in on 301-In business -
MAN WANTED-For office and WANTED men and 3 women Do-It-Yourself terms. Longchamp coast CO. I refrigerators by day plant. Apply: in person: Red I section, close to new
I for Mobile! home and Home Improvement Contact Bifovd Mitchell, Barn Egg; Ranch 6 miles
warehouse work. Must be good I week or month. Phone 964- on court house. suitablefor
GALAXIE Sales. Cabanas. carports : pone 884- 853. P. O. Box '7933 Dahmers, tfchg B-cwnlee Road turn right at Very
1966 i typIst. Write "D. Drawer A.
: I II patio awnings screen enclosure 338 Starke. tfobf sign. itehg office buildings or re-

SO/(/) Fordor. Power & I, Stance. Fla.] Itchg utility! bides.] Will train. SEAMLESS ALUMINUM PRODUCTS tail business. Low Down
I I.Call for appointment. Aluminum Awnings Patios, Cabanas. FOR SALE-2 large floor space
$1 695
Air. Low Mileage. One heaters. Payment. Easy Terms.
Nesco. 51,000 Wab-
Products.: All Florida] ( Mobile Carport Boatsheds Utility ;
Owner. Clean I Don't Be I Home. 473-4178 Uchg FLOORING FIND SUCCESSTHROUGH I IBldga. jhittaltodL: All Florida ington. 35000. Complete with Call 961-6 J61

Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts. pipe and dampers. Also 155 gal. Rill Powell Real EstateIn

Ph. 473-4178 V tfchgA. oil storage tank and guage on the Starke Plazas
1966 legs Good condition.'
J. Thomas :Realtor. General able. 200 E AdMns' St. TF ---- --
Mileage. Clean.; I OneOwner Kracimis;
Hy Advertised Prices o : Living
$ 295 Jerry's Management Real] Estate, and Appraising FOR RENT- Small 2 bedroom I RELIABLE COUPLE to work on
Total cost of contract I Is .
what von. actually pay. Opt rf, ,KEYS : Training Program for Estates. Corporations and furmshed house. 734 N. Walnut. layer farm. Will furnish 2 bedroom
tIe ItKAl,: FACTS 'before : Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience -I Call 9B4-7444 or 9R4-5070! () It Mobile Home Ph. 964-5094.
... Florida Land Mat
in !
sign. Our payments are I '
you ttc'hg
Sell (N. Experience Necessary) :
1965 BARRACUDAAir from $8 to "IS per month V or RentFurnished ters. 205 N. Temple] Ave.. Tel. MOVING St HAULING -Localor

IfttH with the name down \ WANTED-Lot or small acreage I 964-5701. TF dig long distance. Free Esti FOR SALE-Building materials,

payment and number of or Unfurnished I near Starke or Hampton. Frank IF. ,' mates. Ace Enterprise, Pat lumber plywood. paneling,

Conditioned. One $$11 OS month to PRY. S per rent Kuford Mitchell StefUk. Jr.. Rt. 1, Box feA. Bun- HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bed I Dickens Raiford Fla. 32083. doors, electric] supplies plumb-
Owner. Sharp V bank financing. No hidden Phones nell. Fla. 8tp>.-9-19 I ..You enjoy working with rooms. 2 baths and Florida Phone 431-1000. Up Inn' paint Pittsburgh best

charge*. Ten top nmnufacurera I I people like to meet the room. Central heat corner lot. $.".SO per gal] common nails lOc
represented. !9M-6S33: 964-6760 MEN WANTED Laundry public appreciate a challenge ]- FOR SALE-8yr. old Arabian
I Phone 964-5871. 3tp lb Cedar 2 x 4. 8 ft. 65c- ea..
workers, Kitchen aids, laborers have a high school quarter horse. Gentle. good '
4 plywood $3.73 roll felt.
1964 FORD FAIRLANE LOW cottage parents, watchman education are between 23 SEWING :MACHINE -Cleaned. health. Gelding. 473-3128 KeyStone $1 I F5. :This! is Just ea.a ,few of the

Fordor. Clean. Real OVERHEADDoea DRESSMAKING and alterations cooks and clerics ground- and 40 years old.THEN. oiled and adjusted In youI'home His. up low prices. This Is all new first

$795 -All types sewing In my keeper, truck driver. Five $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs FOR RENT- Small furnished grade material. We sell antiques -

Economy home. Mrs Holllmsworth. Phone day week eight hour day. also. All work guaranteed. house suitable for individual or used furniture, just about
It! 04-(; :>318: 4tcl1lJ--9-26 State retirement vacations. Dennis E. Cogglns Rt. 1, Box: couple. Especially nice. M. A. anything you are looking for.

The Owners WANTED Good used Moble! sick leave.If Interested, please] We want to talk with you 89, Raltord. tfchg: Payne, 964-6560 after 5 p. m. Come out to the Old Grlftls
apply in person Personnel Trading Post 2'i.. miles 301
about paid Manage tfchg on
I Dad and brad- Home; Cash waiting. Phone 473- Manager Sunland TrainIng our WANTED-White lady to live in
It's Your Chance Move ment Training Program I North of Starke. Fla. We will
to 41% after 6 p. m. tfchg with elderly lady. $75 month
Drive The Trucks.! center Gainesville Fla. opportunity thru incentive bonus FOR RENT-12 x 58 3 bedroom save you money. Phone 964-
tfchg room and board. Call 964-7234. trailer. 7 miles West on SR 16.
ALL SIZES ON FOR SALE 12 X 60 house future assignment 7239:! tfchg
DISPLAY trailer. Early American. 1 from Florida to Ohio giving tfchg Ph !964.6114.
; Up to Better Used Car acre "WANTED-Executive Director NO. 6111 -OVERSIZED HOME.
a WIDES land you a wide choice of ]locations:
8 10 12 beautifully landscaped
'or the CUBB Economic Agency end the future of owner WANTED Part time!' man to AMBITIOUS LADY wanted Large lot. 80 x 400. 4 bedroom.
li! KATIIS fru.t trees and garden. Have to Inc. Requirements: BS or ship participation. work in evenings 3 or 4 days a Own your own dress shop! -be ; 2 bath.! Family room, 17 x 38.

and Save Big AND EXPENDABLES see! to appreciate. Ph. 964-5675. BA. degree. Salary $800 per week with one of Fl rtda'a finest part of a fast growing large 2220 sq. ft. Many extras. Only

: UPI I month. Send resume to CUBB companies. Must have good company. Small Investment required -I $19.300 and FHA approvedNO.

LAKE GENEVA RIDE WANTED 5 days a Economic Agency Inc., Post Of0 NOW I trarsportation and be able to Phone or write to C.Obara : 682- TRUCK FARM39

week. State Farm to Vo-Tech flee( Drawer 970 starke. Florida I. work with boys 12-15. Call Mr. 496-6201, Box 188. Lake I acres. tobacco allotment barn.

C I KVith Center. Will pny. Adult. Phone I 32091. ThIS l U nn equal opportunity Write or call Immediately! I Cason Friday. Sept. 20 between Butler. I I fenced several Pecan and fruit

\ ClydeToday MOBILE HOME I IIB4-l> 003 days or 431-1127. nights. employer." 2tchg-9-20 For Personal Appointment 9-12. Holiday INN. Starke lip WANTED-Women to pick ,I trees. Well for irrigation. 2
Up i t'lils'l[ homes and owner reserves! life
I FOR SALE -Helmet and face GARY G. HAYNES FOR RENT-One bedroom cottage A. Zacek. Hampton, Hwy. 301 estate In one home. 13500. 1-3

SALESOne TURKEYS for sale -All sizjs. shield. $15 Electrolux] vacum Jerry's Restaurants attractively furnished. Jet. 18. Itp down.

I! Rt. I Box 84-A. Lawtey. Up I c] aner. $10\ Call ''Mrs. Jimmy :3626 N. W. 34th Terr. Walnut Street. Call Mrs. J. W. I I Strout Realty 2117 N. Temple
mile S.E. Keystone GalneIU Florida POSITION Wanted Full] or .
'McRae., Ph. !q64-6137. Up K'rcald.' 964-7831. tfchg Av. i004' 9M-6I109.
Heights on Route 100. FOR SALE--19H3 White Dodge PIt_ 378-7528 part time. Typing good with

Dait 4 dr V std. shift, radio & RENTALS NEEDED Fum- FOR SALE- Gas range oven fllu-es. filing and bookkeeping ,I I FOR SALE Pumpkins. any
heater good mechanical condition ts'ied' or unfurnished. Strout has to be repaired; $10 Frig'.d-! H!,!!. school graduate Phone amount Both! sugar and Jumbo.
Phone 473-4320 $;;71\ or best ofter Ph. Realty. 2117 N. Temple] Ave., WILL DO Ironing In my home. alre auto. washer needs repair Mm Paul Lawson Ph. 533-2197. I 2oc and 5c() each Ph. 9A4-5056.\

I t16+69.iil! !! after 5 p. m. its Starke, Fla. ((904)) Wi-6609. M-a. Prlvett. Ph. 782-3876. ltchgl]I ;, $10. Call 964-6429. Itchg![I Itr It

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e Pedestrian, Bike -- > YC08Gf lb !ON noGlWI JI'LOBID&

I Safety Rules

Statewide VOTEDrive UnderwayAs Are The Outlined Florida Highway Patrol a1cootopics- _

the State's chief election of- It is shocking and it is ironic, ee today outlined the State's safe-

ficer Secretary of State Tom pccially in these days when i I t ty regulations and that bicyclists apply for to the pedestrians

Adams is coordinating: a nonpartisan seems to be fashionable to expi'es, benefit of students returning to X r

statewide voter registrationdrive political conviction with a bulle school >BT rAW. c. roRAKEft '" t I

among Florida civic organizations instead of a ballot. when man;: Colonel H. N. Klrkman. Direc- nn__ ......---.-.....-. >rhkihla-.._ iiarrlcag J
called; VOTE. The initials people who complain the louder tor of the Department of Pub-

stand for Voter Orientation TrainIng about assaults on law and orde lic Safety said, "Bicyclists and I
(&t1 1u pedestrians have specific duties We to America have Inventeda action on tho brain and this! In
ti : and Education, and the goal is are the very ones who fail to suj / and responsibilities spelled out number of words to describe turn affects the way other

to register 200,000 new voters be- port the lawful way of bringin; r In Florida's Statutes. Students intoxication.A glands and organs woik When r

tween now and October 5, when about changes--by voting in a fre returning to school this year person not only gets drunk suoh a process Is repeated over!
registration books close in prepa- election." I should know and obey these nowadays. He also gets stoned and over as it Is In habitual

ration for the General Election. It should be emphasized that prl 7 laws. They were made for their polluted tight plus any numberof drunkenness, It can cause seri
other descriptive adjectives.But ous and lasting Injury to thobody's
l More than twenty State organi- mary impetus for this campaigi i I protection. regardless of what tissues and organs, and<
y N you
1r i / Kilkman said the law calls
zations, including civic and frater- won't come from the Secretary o:r ItIi'' for pedestrians to use sidewalks might call it. there are indivl- this can result In stomach, liver -
nal groups, and both political par State. It will come from the efforts 1I ; where available if not to ual unexplained differences and kidney ailments plat

ties, are participating in this drive of many civic and fraterna I walk on the left side of the which permit eome people to various forms of neuritis.

against voter apathy. organizations on the local level. roadway facing traffic. Streets remain apparently .sober even One of the more serious diseases -
that develop from
The should be crossed at crosswalks though they drink great may .
seriousness of this apathy from labor organizations religiou
j !. amounts of alcohol. such heavy drinking, along with
1 111 shown in estimated figures that and ethnic groups, and both politi the where curb available.and walk Never or run leave Into Some scientists believe these an Improper dirt, Is cln'hosts .

indicate there are some 764,000 cal parties. In short, it will com I the street and always obey the differences lie in the enzyme of the liver a common cause; of
Florida citizens who are eligibleto from any and all responsible or II .. : 1.Aar 1. pedestrian control signals. It ia system and the ability of the death among alcoholics Excessive

vote, but are not qualified by garrzations who see the need and I unlawful for pedestrians to Individual to metabolize alcoholic of time drinking also over result long period In ser.

registering. In Bradford County, volunteer their services to help th t : stand on the paved portion of Other beverages. ions nervous may and mental dis
people are so constituted -
L f it is estimated that 7,000 of total voter the roadway to "hitch-hike" a
persons cause registeration, ride. that when they drink Immoderate orders
J t could vote if they took the trouble The present effort is planned tc iJ amounts of alcohol Habitual drinking of dUllled;
According to Kirkman !bicyclists .
'i to qualify, but only 5,204 are reg be the most intensive voter regis must obey traffic control the muscular valve between the beverages often produces vitamin
istered. Union County has 3,000 tration drive ever conducted in Flo- stomach and Intestines closes deficiency and the diseases
devices and right-of-way preferences I
t that result from Inadequate!!
u: who could vote if they took the rida. VOTE has tentatively''budgeted ; A A y i o'I', r i iIMACCtENTy' because they have the tightly the and alcohol a large remains proportionof unabsorbed diets. Alcohol does not supply

trouble to, but only 2,193 are regis $50,000 for this nonpartisancampaign same rights and duties as the for many hours. the minerals proteins and vitamins C
,I tered. driver of a vehicle. In additionno essential to health. Thus
to pay the costs of pre- This condition often Is ac-
i I Any person may register to vote paring and distributing radio and more persons may ride on a companied by nausea and vomIting people who drink distilled alcohol (
bicycle than it was intended to ,
if he or she is United television and people affected this regularly day bv day may
a States citizen public service announcements ( carry. Never "hitch" a ride on satisfied and
have their appetite
i' way seldom become excessive
21 years old, a permanent printed material, bumper a car or truck. Bike riders drinkers. A person's emotional fall to cat the foods they needto

I1 resident of Florida for one year, strips, film slides, and travel. It is should always ride as near to state at the time he drinks keep healthy.

\"* and the county for six months. hoped to raise additional money the right side as possible:\ and also has .something to do with On the other hand, people
not than two abreast.
\ In announcing the VOTE drive, through contributions from private more how soon he shows the effects who drink regularly but who
n ; /61 r r'H Where bicycle paths are provided diet I
i of continue to eat a normal
r alcohol.A
j. Secretary Adams points out that : individuals, business and labor they must be used. to become overweight,
certain amount of drinkingcan are apt
two months ago, Florida witnessed within the State.In Kirkman concluded by saying, often be done without A highball or cocktail containing -
the worst turnout in the state's the meanwhile, individual ., : /.- ( >l.V\Cfl\'- ( Cvw..i : "In 1967 there were 97 pedestrians any visible ill effects. Yet the 1V4' ounces of whiskey has

K history. Only forty-four per cent of Bradford Countians can do their ....n..r., and 26 bicyclists of results of excessive drinking the some number of calories aa

the registered Democrats, and part by being sure, first, that they THE- "KICKOFF" school age killed In Florida. are often extremely devastate six teaspoons of sugar or two
ALL OUT FOR of these deaths could
I forty-one) per cent of registered are registered themselves, and Many ing as anyone who has ex- pats of butter.
have been prevented by following perienced a hangover knows. Want to know more? Write for
Republicans bothered to vote in then! encouraging their friends and
the rules of sofa walking Organs that control Important free pamphlets from FARP'a
the first primary. Even fewer neighbors to do so, if they are not vvvlttyyy.yhyytntt and riding." chemical processes in the Information Services Box 1147,

showed up. in the runoff on May already qualified voters. body are affected by alcohol's Avon Park, Fla., 33H25.

; 28. The office of the Supervisor of NEWS And NOTESFor THERESSA

l In Bradford County the percentage Registration, located in the court- t As you know, It won't be too

i was much better--around house, will be open from 9 a. m. to Today's HomemakersBy aaa & .uAa r much longer before they quit

seventy-five per cent-but even 4:30 p. m. September 19, 24, and Hope Baptist Church i' biting good (if at all) because

II here there. is room for improve- 26. It will be open every day, including Martha Sue McCain Sunday School 10 a. m.: VOICE of tlSPORTSMAr i1e Sr) of cool weather. I hope you

ment. Saturday, during the weekof County Extension h, Morning Worship 11 a. m.; folks will stick with me a while,
Union 6:30
Training : p. :
Adams points out that the Democratic September 30. Home Economics Agent Evening Worship. 7:15: p. m.; I'm in the process of getting

nominee for U S. Senatewas On the final day Saturday, Wednesday! evening Prayer Ser- ByMike some {information that will help!
chosen by only twelve percent Oct. 5 the office will remain I."'" -'& ... vice, 7:30: p m., with choir me make my reports more Interesting -

of the people, and the Re- open until 5 p. m. for the convenience CALLING CONSUMERS (moderate), Grease a quart practice following the service. Chitty and Infmmatlve. So
Deciding what to buy Is a casserole Combine soup, turkey Attendance at Sunday Schoolwas Phone 475-2171
publican :nominee by only six per of the public. "" just bear with mo a little
difficult task, but we must makeconsumer and poultry seasoning; 92 this week. Coming into /fi. '
cent. Help make the VOTE drive arousing decisions! each day. heat. Stir the hot mixture slow- Hope Church Sunday by profes- h *l while, and maybe things will

"This amounts to rule by min success in Florida. Your County Extension Office ly into beaten egg yolks. Fold sion of faith were Mlsa Linda GreetlnlJlnflll2r1a'' f&J1&, this Is Shellcrackers during a week: plok.un( jBho 'tlj 1 $ Nowt I'll say soId1I1f.'iUla

ority ..t. governmentbydefault... _d Register odayl"1 .___...._ has the latest unbiased sclent-. ,the. turkey mixture ,and parsley Batten and Joey Baldrse. On yobt' fi Ian with a George Davis and daughter. ; good luck with YDW-
f inc Information"! help'you fle- into egg whites. Pour Into cas- Sunday afternoon, baptismal little better news this week. Janice caught 73' Specs and fishing till next week.
'' Fire clde which are the best buys. serole. Set casserole in a pan service was held at the Sliver Those rascals are finally starting Bream, and 0 Base
'J. Truck! Policy Needs Clarifying Learn to be a better shopper.Get of hot water. Bake 35 to 45 Lake (home of Rev. and Mrs. to bite again. They did R. L. Morgan of Starke. has
more satisfaction from the minutes. Calories per serving: Merlo Packham for Mr. and
The fat is back in the fire since budget of the Fire Department.Leaving pretty good last week up till been catching quite a few Bass
money you spend. Visit the about 200, based on 6 servings Mrs. Wltherall. Rev. Packhamwas the weather changed and then
around Ms trailer at Sampson
the Starke City Council ordered: a city property unpro- Consumer Education Center of three fourths cup each. In Hollister Monday and that aorta cooled 'em off again. Lake since the rain has brought

city fire truck to answer a call in tected could result in higher fire Your County Extension Office Menu Suggestion Serve: with Tuesday evenings of last weekto However, they bit good for several tale lake up. He caught 30 last

Lawtey to save a burning motel insurance rates for city residents, located at 2266 North Temple asparagus and lettuce wedges. speak at the Bible Confer- days', and quite a few were week with a cane pole and

three weeks ago. In doing so, the and possible refusal of insurance Avenue (Fair Grounds). Have a fruit bavailan cream ence being held at the Holllster caught. Let's take a look and shiners, the largest one weigh-
Americans are becoming for dessert. Baptist Church.A see just what happened.My ing 9Vi pounds. He was catching -
council broke its own rule not to companies to pay liability claims.A has
weight conscious. The search for building committee grandfather Hubert Chlt-
those fish where the road
allow fire'trucks outside the cor- fireman's liability insur- "an easy way" to lose weight Junior College beer selected by the church to ty of Starke, and my uncle, Al- used to be. and going' to his
porate limits. ance in case if injury is placed in has led to the tremendous success plan remodeling of fred Hudson of Gainesville trailer by boat. I'd say this Is

Fire Chief R. C. (Red) BufordIs jeopardy if he's injured outside of .some "diet foods" on Funds AllocatedState the outside of the auditorium, went fishing over the weekend one man who's been taking ad-

understandably concerned over the city limits. the. market. Low calorie soft central iheatlng and air conditIoning and caught 8 Saturday and 10 vantage of all that rain.8Um' .
drinks are gaining tremendous funds totaling $130,155 of the Sunday School Sunday Hubert and hid wife
the decision. He has refused assistance -No water is available past the Flah-'N-Stuff (Keystone
popularity. New low calorie were allocated to Santa Fe rooms and building of a pas- Palma stopped by Sunday even- ?
to several residents who city hydrants and the 750 gallons foods are appearing in increasing Junior. College In Gainesville in tor's study, with the exceptionthat ing and we had some delicious ) reports that Clyde Con- hhs s
live just outside the corporate lim- carried on the truck is not suffi- number. September, compared to $192- work on these projects can fresh-caught Baas for supper neley and Gene Norman of

its since the (Council made its rule cient to put out any sizable blaze. Just because a food appearson 923 received in September a begin in the spring. Griffin's Lodge (east shore of Starke 9, 10, ,and caught 11 Bass pounds weighing on a Roy Griffin and a 12'/4 ll,.

last July. Buford had requested -The city fire department Is the store's dietetic food year ago, according to the office Community CenterA Santa Fe) reported that the "Bass Rouser" (worm) In* Kill- black buss caught on a shiner"
I the ruling because he wanted the short handed now and has barely shelf does not necessarily mean of State Comptroller Fred O. recreation period is held Bas bit real well until the crest Lake
that It is lower in calories than Dickinson Jr.Florida's each Monday evening begin- weather changed Saturday and last week.MIMEO.
I- matter settled once and for all. enough equipment and men to co- You Bream fishermen better
colleges Theressa alowed them down they also
Its standard counter-port. Some 27 Junior ning at 7:30: at the ;
Council members explain their ver the city. foods are there because they received $4.5 million 1m state Community Center. Residentsof reported that they were biting take notice, that the Bream are

trip to Lawtey. by saying the truck Some of these reasons were are salt free not because of funds ths'! month, the comptrol all ages are Invited to parti- anywhere water was running still biting rather well. We're STENCILS, and Ink.

answered a call to another city. brought out in the run to Lawtey. low caloric count. For example ler's office( reports. This cipate. Into the lake. Roy Griffin went catching them off from our dock Duplicating machines and

Sending the truck has been termed The fire truck did save one of the dietetic tomato juice that Is amount while Incorporating the Stork ShowerA out alone last Tuesday, and every day. our crop la really supplies. Bradford Count

"an administrative decision" by 13 units' and a house directly adja- salt free Is equal in calories, major Increases to the! state's large. number of friends attended caught a 12Mrpound Base! on a growing by leaps and bounds. Telegraph.
but costs more money than regular junior college program, was the shower given given shiner you know that had to 1ra 1
one councilman. Several members cent to the motel. tomato Juice. Yet, dietetic $300.000)< ) less than the allotment by the ladles of Hope Church be a thrill. Roy guided Mr.
have said they would send a truck But it gave out of water and cranberry Juice contains 30 made to junior colleges In September Sunday School for Mrs. Bill Zellner and daughter of Jacksonville

again if called: upon to do so. had to return to Starke to refill, calories the regular contains 70 1967.Dickinson Phillips Thursday evening, and caught 12 Bass on

Another council member pointed allowing a fire almost under con- calories and the cost Is the who distributes the Sept. 12, at the Church Educa- Wednesday. Roy and C. A.

out that there always ought to be trol to regain intensity.The same. In other cases reduced funds to the District Boards of tional Building Games under. Barrringer (north shore Santa
: calories simply mean smaller Trustees of Junior Colleges explained the direction of Mrs. Rodney Fe) caught 14 Boss on Thurs
room for an exception to rule. truck was also 45 minutes
any for example bread. day. Friday Roy and Elmer
quantity, that the decrease occurred Hall were enjoyed and prizes
While there is an old saying to late starting to the fire due to The "low caloric" or "dietetic" because last year's SeP- won by Mrs Chester Searle Crosby of Jacksonville caught

that effect, a rule once broken is confusion over "policy." Two calls bread is sliced thinner than regular tember disbursement also In- and Mrs. Merle Packham. Sr. 14 Bass. Saturday, Roy, and

open to question. Chief Buford is were refused ; the truck left only bread, and 1s more ex- cluded adjustments for begin- Delicious refreshments were Mr. Zellner of Jacksonville,
pensive. fiscal months July and and the honoree received and Mr. Cone of St. Augustine
understandably in a quandry. The after Councilman Neil Tucker poll- ning served
Many foods are low In calorIes August. Until September the many lovely gifts. caught 12 Bass Alan Griffin
two council meetings since the ed the three other members avail- guided Mr. Aberams and a
not marketed as colleges operated on an
that are junior Phillips> (the former
Lawtey trip have given him no t indication able. Chairman One Wiggins was "dietetic foods", for example interim budget while legislative Mrs. Packham) was honored friend Saturday, and they

of how the city fathers re- in the hospital at the time. non-fat dry milk. Consumers appropriations were finalized.Of Miss with Ann a stork shower held at caught 16 Bass! the largest one

gard fire truck policy. What the Lawtey fire does pointup Mould take the time to plan the total released to Junior the home of Mrs. Billy Hodgein weighed 7topoundSunday,

The chief says he intends to re- is the need for county wide fire their meals so that they will ob- colleges this month $4.25 Starke on Tuesday evening Roy, and Lou Cappolla caught.
6 Bass; while Alan, and Mr.Aberam.s
fer the next call from a resident protection. As we've said before in tain their nutritional needs. million was supplied from the Sept 10. 5
and friend caught Hamilton f Southern 'Marine
Low calories should not be low By Lynn 4>
outside the city to the Fire De- this column, fire protection outside carefully. Read Minimum Foundation Program.The PERSONALSMiss Bass. Sunday evening, Alan
nutrition. Shop 25 million came
partment Committee of Councilman the city is the county's re- cost of remaining Monti Hitch of Palatka caught 14 nice Specs on a jig
the labels. Compare sales tax.
from the 'State spent the weekend with her IMPROPER STORAGE: dlately Water Indicates a (Pak
and in the
Neil Tucker the chairman ; sponsibility.It "low- a1orIo Foods" with regular Allocations to other north grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Shopman's! a spinner Camp (west pass.shore HARMFUL TO OUTBOARD In the housing which could re-

Gerald Williams, and Jimmy Me- is commendable for the city foods. When prices are" Florida Junior colleges with, Clyde Hall. Santa Fe) report that the Specs, Improper winter storage will sult In serious damage to gears.

Rae.There council to work with the county higher on "low calorie substitutions foods comparisons to September 1967 Mrs. Rhoda Underbill of St. Bream and Shellcrackers are do more harm to your outboard Drain the water pump by pulling

the matter rests. Will the commission, as it is now doing, to- consider possible In smaller In parentheses are: Petersburg visited her sister all on the brush-pile Those motor than two seasons of rug the starter rope several
city fire department answer calls ward county wide protection. The or use regular foods Lake City Junior College &: and brother-in-law. Mr. and catching fish from Jacksonville ged use, reports Bill Spaeth, times.. The throttle should bt ,
quantities. Forest Ranger School <( Mrs. Cleveland sullivan were; Mr. and Mrs. -
could set
outside the city or won't it? city even help up a coun- TURKEY SOUFFLE County), $89,386 ($99,373))! caught 45 Specs and Evlnrude Motors. tral.

Reasons for keeping the fire ty wide system, and be praised for Turkey souffle Is a fluffy, North Florida Junior College day.Rev.. Merle Packham and Bill Bream; Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Although your outboard spent The entire fuel system-tank.

trucks home are still as valid as it. light main dish designed to (Madison County), $75,369 Ib6.- Phillips enjoyed a golf game at Mathews caught 211 mixed the whole summer in water, fuel lines, filter and filter bowl
when the council made its now But the council is responsiblefor please people who are fastidious 721)); Central Florida Junior the Starke Country Club Saturday string while spending a week in moisture Is Its worst enemy -should bo cleaned with a sol
broken policy, it seems to us: only the citizens of Starke about their food. Both the tur- College (Monroe County), $88.- morning. a cabin; and Bob Richardson during winter storage. It will vent. Your marine dealer can

-CIty property is left unpro- who are paying for their fire pro key and eggs are plentiful. 322 ($84,385)), and St. Johns Mrs. J. R. Hickson and Mrs. caught 35 Specs and Bream. rust pistons and cylinder walls recommend a good brand.
County -
With today's modern kitchen Junior College (Putnam ClydJ Hall visited Mrs. Bill From Gainesville were: Gerald and corrode your motor's fuel Fall is alto a good time to
tection. The council should estab-
tected when firemen and equipment
appliances and condensed soup ), $78,356 ($69.581)), Phillips Monday afternoon. Frye caught 60 Specs and Shell- and ignition systems. check your outboard's propeller.
are outside the city, and residents lish a policy it can justify for you can whip up this .souffle in Mr. !and Mrs. James D. Phillips crackers; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rust preventative oil com- Bent or damaged blades can bq!
of Starke, not those outside answering fire alarms, and be Im- a few minutes. BIFOCALS FOUND: visited her uncle. Harry Wynn caught 60 Specs and monly known as "fogging! oil" corrected by your dealer. If you

the municipality, pay the $25,000 partial about administering it. This recipe was developed and CLAIM AT CHVIBER Jeter of Hawthorne on Thurs Shellcrackers: Mr. and Mrs. has a high moisture resistance take care of this task now It's

tested by USDA nutritionists. The Chamber of Commerce day at Alachua General Hospital Joe Patrick had 75 Specs and level, and It will protect internal one less worry come next
The secret of success-controlling in Gainesville, where he Shellcrackers;; and Louie Jennings engine! parts. Squirt it directly spring.
Rjb4 The Bradford County Telegraph'ESTABLISHED food temperature by plac- pr'e'scription is making a good recovery froma caught 50 Specs and into the carburetor while All external metal party:
ing the baking dish in a pan of recent heart attack. Shellcrackers. From Earlton the engine Is running. After a should be covered by a light
A 1879 water as explained in the direct glasses on East Call St. Tuesday Miss Anna Ruth Bingamon of Beach, were: Mr. and Mrs. Don few moments long enough for It coat of oil. This will prevent
Morris caught 200 Specs and to circulate through the power- rust and; corrosion during otor-
the Bradford the weekendguert
awui'Ix } E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher tions. Sept 17, east of Jacksonville was head-turn off the engine. age.
of Miss Jan Searle.Mr
Ten and one half ounce can Hospital
County for the If have electric starting
O d Florid*'* Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnoasty condensed of chicken and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof Proper lubrication you an
cream The) owner may claim the Palatka visited his parents. Mills and Harold Millie tower unit is equally Important. outboard you'll have to I t
Under The Same Masthead 2 cooked. (finely-
c/1170' soup ) glasses by picking them up at Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Think About It Drain and refill the gear case prepare your battery for (.for
diced ground turkey ; one
or manufacturer's also. It should be cleaned
Jr. "There Is nothing by which according to age
poultry seasoning the Chamber!: office. and thetr son Percy
fourth teaspoon
Published each Thursday and entered a* Second Class Matter at the Poet Office and family, on Saturday. men display their character: so specifications listed in your thoroughly and fully charged. r
6 yolks beaten: one
at Stark Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. fourth. egg cup chopped parsley, 6 RUBBER STAMPS and Mr and Mrs. George Mills of much as in what they consider owner's manual. If you detect It should be stored in a cool I
.BO a month I2JSO Bradford County Tele- Sunday afternoon ridiculous."Goethe. water in the old lubricant contact dry place. /
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4 ; egg whites. stiffly beaten. Pads. Dunnellon were Imme-
Outside trade ATM; 1 year, f.5.00; 6 month. 92.73 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F graph. Ph. 061-6109. visitors of Ml** Dorothy your marine dealer

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PROPOSED ItEVISIO C.. TII3CONSIUUUGN Section I 18 ADMINISTRATIVE (b) SECULAR SESSIONS A legulur ((12)) private t 1 Incorporation or grant .45 : ?" where by law or the municipal chart. the United States or any of Its tnstrumentu entirety with the spouse ,If the tha method oWriei]

Ot' lnei 1O UiiVOVUD PENALTIES. No administrate, Session tif the KfHt..ilur] shall ton of priVilege to a private corporation; IJl..rJ I. cr. lilies, or spouse Is incompetent
I ON. Noviuiu.: : Ui8E atcniy shall a s-nlunca of 110.pieonmrnt w'lio on the u.duy after Ito effectuation Srtlnn 1. of alicnntion or encumbrance shall b*
.- r. Imp.c Irt <13)) of Invalid deeds. Section 8. CLEMENCY.. (c> the lag nance and sale by any by law
NO.rC c.' i 1Ir.n'u! ( .i nr .hul It Impose any Mist Monday Ar'rl of( each odd wills or o the r instruments or (tat) iho power (a) Kxccpt In cases of treason and county, municipality, special ctiutiic as provided

: EAS. Tin LijMliluio:" at other penalty as ptovldcd bJIM. numbered ycur. the fin,t Tucii change In tha law of descent: hail be vostad in a govornor. JK sluilba In cases vulture Impeachment results or otn.r local governmental body of Section a. COVERTURE AND '

r 'ift: of Juno 21.July 3. 10U I \ day after the first Muntl.w' In April, (Hi, change ot name ot any person; eommundc.ln..h.ol, of nil miliiuiy In conviction the governor may by (lIt) rovonuo bonds to finance or re PROPERTY Thera shall ba no distlnction -

adopted three Joint Resolution Section 10. COSTS. No person or such us may be x bylaw ((15)) divorce: forces of the State not in active ser executive order mad with the secre. finance tile Coat of capital projects for between married woman and

which together eonKtituted propose churned with I crime shall bd comPL.HCCI of 'hd. numbered Uu> legitimation or adoption of per. vic of the United States. He stiall) tory of state suspend collection 01 airports or poll facilities, or lIt) revenua married men In encumbering the holding,of control theme'property. ,
: : to cost before (c) ; SESSIONS. BOMB, euro that the laws be faithfully fines and bonds finance refinance disposition or
Bevlslon I of the Constitution' of th, pay a ,Judgment forfeitures grant repi levos to or and
El lota c-C Florida, except for Article V. uf convl.lon baa become Inol. (01 I) The by proclamation ((17)) relief of minors from legal dlsabilities. executed commission all officers t I not exceeding sixty days and. wih the the cost of capital projects for Indus both real curtesy persdnul.ba:. ex
dower or
lovernor. and may estubllshcd -
: the state and transact al that
Vim votsa 01 iitd Joint Resolution .. 20 TREASON Treason staling the may convene the ; .ounl. approval of three m.nbe. the trial or manufacturing plants to tile copt and regulated by law.
*are their 'relpectlvajaurnala. Against the state conalut only In lotflsluturo in special session duringwhIch (115)) transfer of any property Interest necessary tile of.ora of cabinet grant full or pur extent that the interest thereon Is exempt
.hol such business of persona under legal dlsubiUUo the He may in. dons restore civil from Income under the Section 6. EMINENT DOMAIN -
or:1Ih the yen* and nay levying war It. h only legislative :: rights, commute taxes
f ,.,oon. did determine and Its enemies, or giving adherlnl and may bo tr.neacler &g IB within the or of estates of decadents; m ,t..nleI from all execu punishment and remit fines and for theh exiting laws of the United (a) No private property shall betaken ,

d.net said Joint Bsa1utIonebeUbm&ttOd comfort and no shall be covlcted purview or of a ((19)) hunting or fresh water fishing: live state, county or feitures for offenses. 1 States, when, in either case, the revenue except for a public purpose oni*
& to the .Iooto. or of treason except on the t..U.' communication Iron tIle lov.rnnr. or < >) f :: occupations which! ., or..r upon anv aubje.tr.lollI (fbi) In cases of treason the governor bonds are payable solely from with full compensation therefor paid
of their .
11 I> State or Florida it many, of two witnesses to the same It Introduced by consent a'Ulo loiy a state agency; or to duto. .e.p. grant reprieves until adjournment revenue derived from the sale, operation to each owner or secured by deposit

X.fectlon to be held I In November 1008: overt. act or on confession In open of tho mcmborahlp of each house ( ) any when prohibited by lV. orce.. may of tha regular session I of the leg: or leasing of the projects If any In the registry of the court and available

NOW. THEREFORE.. I. TOM court. ((3)) A tpecliil sesulon of the 1.I.ln. general law passed by a three.fifth. (b) The governor may Initiate Judo inlatura convening next after the con project so tin..need or any part there to the owner.

ADAMS Secretary of State or tho Section 21. ACCESS TO COURTS tut* may ba convened as piov.dttl by vote of the membership of each house Icliil& proceedings In the name of the vlctlon, at which session tha leglslatura of, Is occupied or operated by any prl (flat) Provision may b* made by law

fc:at'* of Florida. do hpreby give no. The courts shall be to Such law may ba amended or repeal state against any executive or admin may grant a pardonor or furtherreprieve vat corporation, association partner for the taking of easements by like
open every p.r. law.d in tr it Uve slate county or municipal ship or to contract or for the drainage of the
ed. like vote.Ib person pursuant proceedings
tic* that a General Election 1 will b son for redress of any Injury ( ) LENGTH OF SESSIONS. A reffulnr by otherwise ta shall
officer to enforce compliance with leas with the issuing body, the properly over or through
r.-Id. In each County 1 In be executed. land vf one person
the In the
on Justice shall be administered HUBBlon of the legislature thai ( ) enactment of genera duty or restrain unauthorlecact. interest created such contractor
Ilrl Tuesday after the first Monday aule denial or delay. lt.OnU not exceed sixty lonBcctuva days and laws on other subjects, political subdl any. any 7e) There may be created by law a lease shall be subject by to taxation tha land of another.

1' November which data l I. November S.cUon'22. TRIAL BY n special Bcus.on iht.ll not exceed visions or other t.onobl entitlemay parola and probation commission with Section 7. LOTTERIES. Lotterie.tt
I. 1988 for the ratification or rejeuloof .URY.T. ba classified nn. (c governor may request In to the same extent as other privately other than the types of pari.mutuopools
right of trial by Jury twenty consecutive days unless ex only a basis I rea power to supervise persona on proba owned
said Joint RelYuUon. to all and .hul The tended( beyond such by a three. related t the subject of the w l lnJtt. opinion of the Justices of lion and to grant paroles or conditional : property. authorized by law as of the effective
revisions to th* ta Orations remol Inviolat. fifths vote of each lmi During .u.h : rlo court as to tha inter ore: releases to persons under sentencesfor Section 11 I. STATE BONDS RE date of this constitution* are
CtaM of Florida to 'u'o. law.S any portion of this l consiitu VENUEBONDS. hereby prohibited m this stata. I
fewer than shall be law an extension no new buHlneas may betaken action I 17. APPROPRIATION crime. The qualifications, method
NO. 1 AHTILLF lled up in .lh.r home without the BILLS Laws making approprlatlons lion upon any question ale.lnl his. of .ele.lon and terms, not to exceed (a) State bonds pledging the full Section 8. CENSUS -
House Joint Rnnliitlnn No. 1IX GENERAL, PROVISIONS consent of ot Its member. for salaries of publla officer executive powers and jus six yea. members of the commission faith and credit of the state may be (SI) Each decennial census of thai I

A JOINT .HtHOUJTlU.V proposing a Section 1. STATE BOUNDARIES ship. and other current expenses of the Uces shall, subject to their rules ofprocedure be prescribed by law. issued only to finance or refinance the stat taken by the United States shall

rtvlMon of portions the Constitution or (tat) The Hate boundaries are Begin (.1) Neither state t d provisions on DO permit interested p.non. Section 9. GAME AND FRESH WA. cost of state capital projects upon approval be an official census of the stat,
conll to be heard on tile questions presentedand decennial for thai
Vie State I of Florida, excepting Uier at the, mouth of the Perdldo Hlvv, house more Urnseventytwo other" Ct shall render their written TER FISH COMMISSION. by a vote of the electors; provided (bt) Each based
Ther. classifications ;
lion revision of Article V, VI, end which for the of this hours opinion shall ba and plate bonds issued pursuant to purpose of upon
lion la defined pur". d..rlp. .on."culv. ex. Section 13. TERM OF OFFICE. not earlier' than ten days from the filing a game this subsection (a) may be refunded population, shall become effective on;
VU. I point where lati. rt.pt pursuant oon.ur.nt reaolutlun. No office shall be created the term owhich and docketing of the request, un commission composed of five without vote of the electors at a the thirtieth day after the final ad.
Resolved by the of tude JO a
111: Stale of Florida: LellaJatur. tude 87 degree 10'53". north and long I shall exceed lour years exceptas loss in their Judgment the delay would membe. appointed by the governor lower net average interest cost rate. Journment of the regular session of |
decrees, west Internee terms of five ,. The
1'00" ; I ( ADJOURNMENT BY COVER provided herein. cause public injury. year of the legislature convened next ftfteQ
'l'he total outstanding principal
thence the (
That the latitude 30 commission shall exercise the
followingproposed revlsloe t 7'02" north and I If, during any regular or speciusession Section It. CIVIL SERVICE SYS. (d) The governor have powerto nonjud-' state bonds issued pursuant to this certification of the census. I

f."prlon. of the Constitution of the d.lr..a 31'00 west Intersect longitude thence 87 I the two houses cannot agree TEM. By law there shall ba creuted out the .hol preserve the .state with respectto subsection (Ia) shall never exceed fifty Section 9. REPEAL OF CRIMINAl.
.01 and fresh
water *
excepting therefro ;
wlslon 'Iorlln. V. VI. and to the point where latitude Jo degree upon a time for adjournment the governor a civil service system for statemployees pe.., execute the lw. of the la'lwae.rm'l that all license per cent of the total tax revenues of STATUTES Repeal or amendment
VII 18'00" north and may adjourn the seiixlon sine except those expressly ex state, suppress .p.lInva.lon. : the state iou the two preceding fiscal of a criminal statute shall not alien
la hereby agreed to and shall be longitude 87 digre die or to any date within the period there ba create I.urr.oUon. .. animal life and prosecution or punishment for any
IHItsd to the electors of the slot* for 27 on Wept Intersect, thence to the authorized for such session: pruvl'let : may fresh water aquatic? life and penaltiesfor years. committed,
mf ".. or rejection at the next point where the center line of the that nt least twenty four hours, be. fl''r' .systems and boards for (e) The governor sitaR by messageat violating regulations of the com (ib) Moneys sufficient to pay debt crime Section previouely 30. FELONY DEFINT.tTION.

(introl election to bo hold In Novem. Intracoustal Cannl I '
Icr'MOB' : ed on June 12'' 10fl3f .longitude 87 while neither house Is tn recess, givi not ecu elected such or of.ea the.of by as governor. are. inform the legislature .onoernlnr the due shall be appropriated by herein -and In the laws of" this alula

PREAMBLE degree eln2J'00 West ; each house formal written notice of condition of the state ARTICLE VII criminal offense that I Ila
shall mean any
: : and there may ba authorisedsuch law.c
V/i. tha peopl.of the State of Flor. do same In the dl'riIiel. his intention to do so, and agreunionreached boards as are necessary to prescribe reorganization of the executive de. FINANCE AND TAXATION < ) Revenue bonds may b* issued punishable under the laws of thl*{

)'J. b:lnl firntelul to Almighty Cud Perdldo lllver River: thence up .. within that period by both the method of portment as will I promote efficiency Section 1. TAXATION APPRO. by the stale or its agencies without a state. or that would b* punishable .0 1

I I our eun.ltuUonulllborty. In ord. tersicta tu the I I houses on a time for ..dJournment.hol selection qu.IU.alona such employees and economy, and recommend znea PRIATIONS STATE EXPENSES. vote of the electors only to finance or committed In this state, by death or
.r t our the south boundary of the pr.vaU.Se.ton tenre sur.s in t. public Intre.t. refinance the cost of state capital pro by Imprisonment in the late
Slate of and (a) No tax shall be levied except In penlleii.j
Insure domestic Iran Alabama being also the point I olc.ra.
covermlont. : ( ) not otherwise provided for bets and shall ba payable solely from
of 4. QUORUM AND ( of law. No state advalorein "
Intersection of the middle Section 19 TERMS AND pursuance
public ardor. andluarantae of the PRO QUALFI. In the governor funds derived from sources other than "section 11. SOVEREIGNTY LANDS.
.0n.Utulon. .hol
Perdldo taxes shall be levied
equul civil and River wit 10Jud. 31 degree CATIONS OF fill by any .. upon state tax revenues or rents or feel ttie title to lands under navlgabla'
this to nil do ordain and .plU.nlr .Iabllh do 00" north, .n.l. along the ((5) A majority of the membr.hlp I (al) SENATORS. Senators shall b. state or county office for the remalndar real estate or tangible personal prop. paid from state tax revenues. waters- within the boundaries of the'
tlua south boundary line of the State of of each house shall elected for terms of four years those of erty. AU other forms of taxation shall!
.0n.11010n.I .on.lut. Its term of an officeand which have not been alienated. '
I ARTICLE I Aaboma. the same being laUud. 3 um, but a .mol.r may adjuurn from odd numbered districts In thyears for the .applntv. of be preempted to the atat e.ept as Section 12. LOCAL BONDS -CoUn* state Including beaches below mean hlghr
trm ties, school districts municipalities,
(Ml north provided by general
to the and compel the the numbers of which are multl .
DECLARATION OP RIGHTS office If less than the
an held
: .Ie.tv. special districts and local govern mental water lines, is by state by
Rtctlon I. POLI-nCAL POWER. the Chatuhoochee River; thence down presence"rdt.'nr.members In such plus of four and those from even otherwise until the first (Ibl Motor vehicles boat. .Irplan. in trust fur.
of its sovereignty,
the middle of Said river trailers, trailer bodies with taxing powers may virtue
to its .on. manner such penalties a. numbered districts In even
All power Is Inherent In the lumbor. Tuesday after the first Monday follow mobl. certificates of indebtedness all the people. Sale or private use of
pUI.a bonds,
fluence with homes defined .
the Flint River, thence In It may prescribe Each houne shall ed years the numbers of as by law
enunciation the next election
herein of lug general auth.
eer. a line to subject to a license tax for their or any form of tax anticipation certificates portions of such lands may b*
fain straight the head of the St. termlna its rules ol pro..dura.pu1. not of four; except, at the operation
rights shall not b cn.trued to Murya River; thence down the middle .multple. folowintf a Section 2. LIEUTENANT COVER.. in the amounts and for the por.poses payable from ad valorem tax- ori/ed by law but only when not con
deny of each house shall be
or impair other ) Sessions repporlon.menl.
by the of sold river to the Atlantic Ocean: some senators shall NOR.- prescribed by law but notsubject shun and maturing more than twelve tracy to the public interest
people.Section. of he .hol
thence due .a.tlo the except sessions senate b. to ad valorem months after issuance only: Section 12 RULES OF CONSTRUCT,
edge of the CaLl for terms of two years when ne... There b* a lieutenant governor
S BASIC JiGHTS. All Stream or a distance of three when considering appointment t orremov.l sary to maintain staggered terms H. .h.1 perform such duties pertaining (leI) No money shall be drawn from (4a) to finance or refinance capital T1ON Unless qualified In the text,

persons are \ eorg: the: graphic miles whichever Is the leo closed from public office may bo (hi) REPRESENTATIVES. Members .h.1 office of governor as the treasury except In pursuance of projects authorized by law and only the following rules of construction

t: have Inalienable distance; thence In a aoutherly dire. of the house of representative shall I .t' I to him by the governor appropriation I made by law when approved by Vote of the alec* Bhall apply to this constitution

::: right to enjoy tlon along the edge of the Gulf Streamor (to) Each house shall keep and pub shall be elected for term. of two except when otherwise provided (tdl) Provision shall be made by law tars who are owners of freeholds (a) Herein" refer to the entire

tnllhJ.171..J liberty to pursue along a line three geographic mile list a journnl of Us proceedings; years In each' even numbered year by law, and such other duties aa for rl.ln. sufficient revenue to therein not wholly exempt from taxation constitution.to .
r.war ed for Indu. from the Atlantic coastline and three upon the request of live members pre. Oct) QUALIFICATIONS Each legis: may be prescribed by law fray expenses of the state for orb ( ) The singular include the pIous

try to acquire, p.e.and pro.I..t leagues distant from the Gulf of Mex. sent the vote of each member votlm later shall be at least twenty.one Section J. SUCCESSION TO OF. each fiscal period ( ) to refund outstanding bonds and aI.

properly: except owner. lea coastline whichever Is greater to on any question shall be entereion years of age an elector and resident PICE OF GOVERNOR ACTING S..lon 2. TAXES RATE. All Interest and redemption premium (c) The maiculln. include the f*.

-" hip. Ih.rlan.e. disposition and and through the Straits of Florida and thelournold of the district from which elected and GOVERNOR ad taxation shall be at a uniform thereon at a lower net average interest mlnln

:: ,: property by alien weaterly Including the Florida reef. ( > Each house may punish S memo shall have resided In the state for a (a> Upon vacancy In the office of rate within each taxing unit, except cost rate.Section (d) "Vot ot the electors" means
rI for citizenship may be re to a point due auuth of and three bar for contempt or disorderly cun period of two years prior to electiondl t h. lieutenant governor the taxes on intangible oerajnel U BELIEF FROM ILLE the vote of the majority of those vot I Iing

l : by law. No per. leaguea. from the southernmost.. duct and. by a two thirds vote of its ASSUMING OFFICE VACANCIES : ..ov.ror.. governor. Further sue proprly.may be at different rates GAL TAXES Until payments of all on the matter in an election, gen,l leral

lrt'o of any right be.cam. 01 me marquees Keys; pint membership may expel a be Members of the leI.lalur.ahal cession to the office of governor exceed two mills on taxes which have been legally assessed or apecial, in wnicn inose parlor*
of or religion w.alerl along a straight line Ven.a Section 6.: INVESTIGATIONS ; take office upon election Vacan be prescribed e ahol the dollar of assessed value: provided. upon the property of the sum owner puling are limited to the elector othe

Section 3. RlLGIOUS JREEDOM. o u t.h of and three WITNESSES Each house when In legislative office shall be filled shall Serve rb el : of the 8 to any obligations secured by no court shall grant relief from the governmental unit referred to lath

there re.p.tol'' leagues om. Loggerhead Key, session may compel attendance of only by election as provided by law 'ma1nd mortgage deed of trust or other lien payment of any tax that may ba U10 text

The establishment of the westernmoit of the Dry Tort. witnesses and production of tiocu Section 18 LEGISLATIVE APPORTIONMENT term.b( ) Upon the governor on real ..tat wherever located an gal or illegally assessed (tel) Vote or other action of a leglwativ

-. tilbltlrig or penalizing; the free exe ugu Islands, thence w.trly. nort monte and other evidence upon and until completion of trial Intangible of not more than two ARTICLE IX huus or other governmental

c.a thereof Rells/ous freedom shell erly and easterly are of a matter under investigation f rnr i (tai) SENATORIAL AND REPRE teref. or during his physical or men. mills on the dollar may be levied by EtucA'riwJSection body mean the vote or action of ar

Justify practices inconsistent with curve three leagues distant from Lag. or any of its commlee. and SENTATIVE DISTRICTS The leglsla the lieutenant governorBhall law to be in lieu of all other Intangible 1. SYSTEM OP PUBLIC majority or other specified percentage

public moral peace or safely. Mo cc.Venue gerhead Key to a point due north of punish by fine rn one : ture at its regular session in the second act as governor. Further succession assessments on such obligations EDUCATION Adequate provision of those members voting on the
of the state or any political .ub. e thence northeast sand dollars Imprisonment not exceeding year following each decennial as acting governor shall ba pres.crlbed Section 3.TAXES-EXEMP. shall be made by law for a uniform matter. "Of the membership' mean

dlvlllon or agency thereof shall eve along a .tr.llhr line to a point three ninety days, or both I any person census by 'joint apportion by law. Incapacity to serve as TIONS. system of free public schools and for "of all members thereof"

t>e taken frItl public treasury drectly leagues coastline of Florida: not a member who has been guiltyof the state rooluton. ..hol with governor may be determined I by the (al) All property owned by a the establishment, maintenance and (to) The term "judicial office,'

or In lid of any thence northerly and westerly three disorderly or contemptuous conduct the constitution of the and of the supreme court upon due notice after pality and used exclusively by munlo. operation of institutions of higher Justices and "judges" shall not Include
church ..t. or religious d.nomln.1.lon league distant from the coastline In Its presence or has refused to ; United State. not than thirty docketing of a written suggestion municipal public purposes shall be learning and other publio education judge of court established

or In aid of any ..Irlan I. a point west of the mouth of th t obey Its lawful summons or to answer nor more Int forty consecutivelynumbered thereof by four cabinet members and exempt o'taxation. A municipality I programs that the needs of the people aolely for the trial of violation of ordinances

lulon. Perdldo River three leaguea from the lawful questions Su.1 powers senatorial districts of althar in such case restoration of capacity owning property outside the munici may require .
Se.lon 4. FREEDOM OF SPEECH coastline aa measured on a line bea except the power to may b. contiguous, overlapping or Identical shall ba similarly determined after Cal1. may be required by general Section 2. STATE BOARD OT EDITCA11ON (gl "Special law" means special

Every person may Ing south 0 degrees 01'00" west from conferred by law upon committeeawhen and Into not than docketing of written suggestion r make payment to The governor and the or local law.
'peak writ and publish his, lent the point of beginning: northerly the legislature Is not session territry. of by the governor, the ieglslatura unit in which I the property is.lo members of the cabinet shall constitute (h) Title and subtitles hall not bo'
jnonta on all subject but shall be re.. along said line to h.nft of be: Punishment of contempt of an interim twenty = : four cabinet members. Incapacity :Such portions of as are aonJ a state board of education, which used In construction.

ho nonilbl law for the abuse of that rlgh Ilnnln.h.. State of Florida Bhu legislative committee shall be by judo sn la live : .an".ir.ue': serve as governor may also be predominantly propery.du.alonal. shall be a body corporate and have Section U SUITS AGAINST THE
.hal b. passed to restrain or additional idol proceedings as prescribed by such of the of Provision made
any territory llshed by certificate filed with the secretary ary. .Ientlc. supervision system pub STATE. may be byt
- bridge Wem speech or of the within the United States adjacent 10 law. tory..Sh'' that fod adjourn without : of state by the governor da may ba exempted by general lie aducution as is provided by law. general law for bringing suit agalral

press In < prosecution.and the Peninsula of Florida lying south o! Section 6. LAWS Every law adopting .u.1:' r..oluton. the daring his Incapacity for physical law from taxation. Section 3. TERMS OP APPOINTIVE the state aa to all liabilities now x.lating .

civil action defamation the the St Marys River, east of the Pe .h.1 embrace but one subject and governor by ron. reason t serve as governor and In (b> T.r. shall be exempt from tax BOARD MEMBERS. Members or hereafter originating.

truth may be given In evidence If the dido River and .out of the States of mater properly connected Ih.r.wlh. vena the legislature within thirty such restoration of shall .ton. .umulalvel. to every head of of any appointive board dealing ARTICLE XI

mal.r charged as de.malry la true Alabama and subject shall be In special apportionment session which ba similarly established.o.pa.ll this state. hou.e.hold with education may servo terms in excess AMENDMENTSSection

published motives. (Cbl) The coastal' boundirlcs may b. pressed In the title No law shall ba shall not exceed thirty consecutive: Section 4. CABINET. goods and personal effects to the of four years as provided by law. 1. PROPOSAL BY I.ECI9
the .
party. shall b* acquitted or eoneruted extended by statute to the limits pemltted I revised or amended by reference tIts days. during which no other business (.1) There shall ba a cabinet composed value fixed by general law. not less Section 4. SCHOOL DISTRICTS LATURE. Amendment of a aectiur

Section S. TO by the laws of the Unite title only. Laws to revise or emend shall ba transacted, and It shall ba the of a secretary of state an attorney than one thousand dollars, and to every SCHOOL BOARDS. or revision of one or more articles, 01
The RIGH ASSEMBLE States or International law. shall set out In full the revised/ or mandatory duty of the legislature to a cmptoUer. a treasurer widow or person who la blind or
bach county shall constitute a the whole, of this constitution may b>

to have the right Section 2. SLAT Of GOVERN. amended act section subsection or adopt a Joint resolution of apportionFAILURE leneral. totally and permanently disabled school district, provided, two or more proposed by joint resolution agreed tcay

their bro.. assemble. to Instruct MENT T. Beat of government paragraph of a subsection. The enacting ment and a commissioner of education. In property to the value fixed by .enerl contiguous counties upon vote of the three>fifths of the membership ol

fur *, and. t pelltlo shall be of Tall,ihassec. I In '. clause of every law shall read: (bl) OF LEGISLATURE addition to tha powers and) duties law not less than five electors of each county pursuant to each house ot the legislature The Out

grievancesSection Leon County where the office of the Be It 1rr. the Legislature 01 TO APPORTION JUDICIAL REAPPORTIONMENT specified herein, they .h.1 exercise lars. law may ba combined into one school text of the joint resolution and'

: of :R1cORK The governor lieutenant governor cablne the 1 :.. In the event a spec such powers and b duties Section 4. TAXATION ASSESS. district In each school district there ha: vote of each member voting shall

r.ght.ntcd or not be 01 members and the supreme. cow t .hal section 7. PASSAGE: OP BIL.- lal apportionment session of the legislature as may be prescribed ol.:. MENTS. By general law regulations shall ba a school board composed of 3* entered oa the Journal of cad
: be maintained and tee session Any bill may originate in finally adjourns without adopting (bl) The shall shall bo prescribed which shall five or more members chosen by vote 1OU8*.
labor union or. membership labor In legislature shall be held: provided ana after passage in one may be a joint resolution of apportion .eret.rr the official acts secure a Just valuation of all property of the electors for appropriately stag Section REVISION COMMId

.- any 1'hiS right of or.employee organir-atloi by and that In time of Invasion or grave amended In the other I shall ba readin ment. the attorney general shall with : &atr J and_executive. de for ad valorem taxation, provided: gered terms of four years as pro SION. t

t trough a labor organization to bagsln .merl.n.y. the governor by proclam each house on three aeparal days. in five days, petition the supreme (a) Agricultural land or land usedexclusively vided by law (a) Within thirty day after the adlournment -}
for the period of the unless this rule ia two'thirds make such The school board shall ,
collectively shall not be court of the state to apporUonment ( ) general shall beth for commercial recreational operate of tha regular Besalon oft
ablldged Public dcnlc'cr emergency transfer the seat of gov vote On each reading, it shal I No later than the sixtieth the chief stat legal officer purposes may be classified control and supervise all free public the legislature convened in the lenIN

not hove the right to strikeKittnn employeca: shall ernmont to another place be read by title only unless one.third day after the tln. of such ptton. (di) The comptroller shall serve by t lene.l law and assessed solely on schools within the school district and year following that in which this coiWitltution

7. DJIWirn Section 3. BRANCHES OF GOV.ERNf,1N'r. of the members present desire it read the supreme shall file chief fiscal officer of ins n the of character or use determine tha rate of school district la adopted and each twenntleth

T.. military MIITA"V power shall-be.. Tho oowern o' the In full On final passage the vote oeach secretary of state an order making and, ..h.al..etU... and approve : (bl) Pursuant to general. low tangl- taxes within the limits prescribed year thereafter, there hall beii
stab government shall be i member be entered
divided l hilt voting herein Two school districts
the civil jrdl ahnl such apportionment. ..0" at.. Die personal properly neia lor sale us or more established a constitution revision
1'110 8. HIGHT TO BEAU ARMS, legislative. executive and judicial I on the Journal a bi .hll (tel JUDICIAL: REVIEW OF AP.POItTIONMEN'r (4e) The treasurer shall keep all stock In trade and livestock may ba may operate and] finance joint educational commission composed of the follow,,
br.l.h... No person belonging to one require a vole In Within fifteendays state funds and valued for taxation programs
majority securities. He shalldisburse at a specified
percentage lag t
lit* rig it of the njuplj to keep an I thirty.seven member:
i shall exercise Each bill I resolution SUPERINTENDENT
I Section OF
brn. any pnwcrs op.pertaining passed after the passage of the Jointresolution state funda only upon the ord. of its value. ft. (! the
t-iir ) ot
I li general the.
arm de'en.iu of attorney
.id of the liw.'ut Iho".olvo.I: to either of the olho: In both houses shall I be signed l bv the of apporloom"nt. the attorney ar of the eomprloU.r. countersignedby Section 5. ESTATE. INHERITANCE: SCHOOLS. In each school district state

ate shIll not be outhorly. excel,I II I herein brandies unless expressly provide Presiding ofl..the of. .the .r..pe.lv. general .nal p.tlon toe sup. the governor shall AND INCOME TAXES. No tax there schools shall He shall be a be superintendent elected at the of ((2))'fifteen member selected by del
rents court of a declaratory countersign as a ministerial duly sub upon estates or inheritances) or
t tha upon ,
tut manner of bearing governor
arms muy S--c.llon 4. STATE AND sonata and the clerk of the house of election In each the
SlA Judgment determining the validity ,ject to original mandamus. the income of residents or citizens of year num-
fcj regulated by ljvSactlon general <(3)>) nine member selected by the
a. DUC HOCCSS NEjfsim FLAG The diction of Ireut sou representatives dur in ft the session or : of the appointment I The supreme (Of) The commissioner of the stale shall be levied by the state. which is a multiple of four for peaker of the house of
I I and Hag of the state shall as soon as after its ad'journnuent .Iot. a term of four or when provided reprasenta-
be deprived of life, I prescriLicd pro.l.oble court In accordance with its rules shall have supervision of or under its authority, in excess of the years lives: and nine member elected lap
I l.iw.Suction .
.hDI i.y resolution of the district school
f I.oif.r by
shull adversary to taming to agriculture otherwise of amounts which
without due permit Intere.1 except aa may be the president of the senate and
8. PUDLIC OFFICERS Suction t d.) EXECUTIVE APPROVAL grel.t board special law approved ;
[ :ocr; or by by
present their views and provided by law. be credited upon or deducted
twice put In jeopardy (44)) three member selected by the
( I No holding office 01.molum.nl AND VETO.- vote of the electors, the district school
I person any days from the filing of the petition ((5)) The m educationshall from any similar tax levied by the chief
.me or bo compelled I justice of the court ol
ufonse. under any foreign govern (a) Every bill passed by I I Icglsla superintendent in any school district supreme
h.eI shall enter Its judgementd supervise thai lou' educationsystem United States or state
any to be any Florida with the advice of the
I. against Il/tor. wit ment. or civil office of emolumon lure shall I ba presented to ( governor < EFFECT OF JUDGMENT IN the by Section 6. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS shall ba employed by the district juan
4* tlcee.
1. under the United Slates or any other for his approval and shall become APPORTIONMENT h-XTRAORDI- law. 1 m.nn pr..alb< school board as provided by general
Suction 10), -
PROHIBITED LWS.- Btulo shall hold any office of honor or ha approves and signs It, or AhOY APPORTIONMENT SESSION. A Section B. OF GOVER.JDRCAMrMEr (al) who has the law. The resolution or special law may J of attainder ,,
pout of ELECO Ever one member of the commission Ita
emolument lel.1or a
b.1 under *
or. Impairing the.1 theovernm.nt rllWt'l veto it within seven consucu- Judgment of the supreme court of the N GOVERNOR pr.on to real estate be rescinded or repealed by either
obligation of con chairman Vacancies
of this stute. No : four In tile membr-
person shall hold ot after presentation If procedure after years
tiacls shall be passed the same Ur. more than one office :r.pe { or on the seventh '" stata "n binding apportionmentto all QUALI maintains thereon the permanent residence Section 6. STATE SCHOOL FUND.- ship of the commission ahall b* filled,
be valid of tha
Section 1 IMPRISONMENT FOR under the government of the state and tho legislature adjourns sine die r.bh upon owner or legally The Income derived from the state ill the same manner a* the original
DEBf. the / state. Should ( ) general election or naturally dependent the
upon owner
be 1mprisoned
person the counties and and appointments
school fund shall, the of
.hol there a recess of more than thirty principal
for debt, except cases of In munl.lpnll.a toke the supreme that tha each calendar year the number of be exempt from taxation Each constitution revision
except that a mill ., ha shall hove fifteen consccu : nfo' 3lo : .h.1 the fund may, ba appropriated, but com
which Is
fraud. by the legislature but not for
tory officer may hold: another office, live days from tha dale ot presenta.tions even a multiple of f except assessments specal only to the support and maintenance mission shall convene at the call of ltd
Section 12. SEARCHES AND SEIZ.. and any officer may ba a member of to act on the bill In all Is Inv.ld, governor by pro.. four the electors shall choose a governor benefits, up to the assessed valuation of free public schools chairman, adopt its rule of proce
VRE9. the right of the ppl. to be a constitution revision commissionconstitutional except general appropriation CUe, clnmatlon .hol reconvene the legislature and a lieutenant governor and of live thousand dolan. upon esabllshment ARTICLE X dure examine the constitution of thai
ecure persons days thereafter In members of tha cabinet each for a ot right in the late, hold public
paper convention M1SCELLANEOV1Section hearings
or slatutur veto shall extend to the entire bill. loT and
n'. against unreasonable body having only advisory The veto extraordinary apportionment session I term of four years beginning on the manner prescribed by law realestate I. AMENDMENTS TO later than one hundred eighty day
and pwe. governor may any specific: which shall not exceed fifteen days, first Tuesday after tha first ba held by legal .
seizures and against theunreisonable Interception of private bee entering upon the :r..o of.t' bill, but may not veto any qualification during which the legislature shall. In January of the succeeding year. In title by the entireties, jointly incommon The legislature shall not take action with the secretary of state Its proposal

communication by any means, shall office, .h.1 give bond a* required by] or restriction without also vetoing adopt a joint resolution of apportion.meat the general election and in party pri as a condominium, or Indirectly on any proposed amendment to the If any of a revision of this con.
not be violated. No warrant shall b* law .w.a or affirm: tha appropriation to which ye.Isles. .onlormlnl to the Judgment oft monies if held all candidates I for thaoffices by stock ownership or' m.mb., constitution of the United States unless dilution or any part of It.

Issued except upon probable cause, "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) I of lovernor and 10uienant governor ship' representing the owner s a majority of the members there Section 3. INITIATIVE, The pow

supported by affidavit: particularly that 1 will support, protect and de When a or any specificappropriation .> EXTRAORDINARY APPOR. .hal joint in >er a proprietary Interest in a corporation of have been elected after the proposed Cr! to prnpoae amendment to any *ectlon -
describing the place or places to be fend the Constitution and Govern. of bi TIONMFNT SESSION -REVIEW OF a prescribed by law so that owning a fee or a leasehold initially amendment has been submitted for of this constitution by initiative ui

a..r.h.d. the person or persons thing bent of the United Statea and of the lion bill has been len.ral by approprta the gov* APPOR1IONMENT. Within fifteen each voter .hal C&t a single vota for In e.e.of ninety-eight years. ratification. reserved to the people. It may b* In.
or thing to be seized days after the adjournment of an a candidate and (to> more than .
the communlcation State of Florida: that I am duly ernor, ha shall transmit his signed I objections 1.traordlnary governor a candidate II on exemption Section 2. MILITIA. voted by films with the secretary ofatate
to b* Iler.epled. and the na. qualified to hold the apportionment ..Ion. for l.ul.nent conning shall ba allowed any individual or la) The mihta shall be composed a petition containing
to house in which rov.ror a
lure erh.tth1 th.rt th* attorney oral ahall file pcti together family unit I or with copy o
gar respect to
0 Artlcle Constitution I of the and the bill U In session that any of all ablebodled Inhabitants of the he proposed amendment, algaed b'
Information obtained In Viola.tion will and r the house Is not .. I lion in the .upr.m. court ot the state (Cbl) Whan elected t. governor, residential unit. No exemption shall state who are or have declared their a number of electors In each of .
In ha
of this right shall not b* admls wel (title of ) on which I with the .Ion. of .hal f.'W setting f : rasol lieutenant governor and cabinet exceed the value of the real estate assessable Intention to become citizens of the half of the congressional districts on o4

.Ibl* In evidence am now about to enter. So help me lay them secretary before thnt housa dt.r rr.., or if member mUt ba an elector not less to the owner or, In case of United States, and no person because the state, and of the state a* a whole
Section 13 HABEAS that than of who has ownership through, stock .
CORPUS. God years age r. or member.chip of religious creed or opinion shall be equal to eight per cent ot the
its next
Th* writ of habaaa corpus shall ba and thereafter shall devote persona and at regular or ap.lal session fact to eOlrt. Con.'deraton' of sided in the state for the precedingseven ; In a corporation, the value.If theproportion exempted from military duty except cast In each of such districts votes

grantable of rl.ht freely and Without attention to the duties of the office al. they .h.1 ba enlr.< lt Journ. the validity of a years The attorney general which his interest the upon conditions provided by law. vely and in the state a* a whole respect Inr

.0." It shall without de and continue In office until his aucces (Ic> If each house hall two portionment shall "t had as I'oI\.c\ must have been a member of the bar corporation bears to the assessed (tb) The organizing, equipping housing the last preceding election In which
lay and shall never b* un ear qualifies. bill bjr a for In cases of joint of Florida for the preceding live value of the property. maintaining, and disciplining of presidential electors
thirds chosen
leer, in ess* of au.pnd.d
uspenalon I h essential t the public Ion ah.m of payment of stat of speciflo approprla.ton tlon men t session would have, served as conditions specified t. public arms may be provided for by VENTIoVf4'- *

Ca(sty. and county officer ball b* fixed by vote a of general each member appropriation shall bill (ft) JUDICIAL BE APPORTION. governor or acting governor for more emption may ba increased up anamount law. (at The power to call a convention
Section 14. BAIL.-Until adjudged law. ba voting MENT. Should an extraordinay. thin six years In two consecutiveterms not exceeding ten thousand (tel) The governor shall appoint nil to consider a revision of the ,

guilty, every person charged wills a Section R. ENEMY ATTACK In and.nter.d on. t. r.pecUv..Journals portionment session adopt a shall b* elected dollars of the a..o..d value of tile commissioned officers of the militia constitution I is reserved to the entire*
crime or violation I of municipal I or periods of emergency resulting from .or thaspecific solution of apportionment or should for the succeeding term rov.rnol real estate if te owner has attained including en adjutant general who It may b. Invoked by filing with people.
I thel
county ordinance shall b* entitled to enemy attack the legislature anal appropriation. reinstated the the supreme court determine that the Section J. EXECUTIVE DEPART.. age sixty-five h totally and permanently shall be chief of staff The appoint secretary ef stale a petition contain'
veto :
release on reasonable bal with .of. have power to provide for Pt.temprory and notwithrtnrvllnjrJertloo apportionment made Is Invalid, the MENTS. Al functions ef the *xecu* disabled ment of all general officers shall be ing a declaration that
dent surety unless .ha.ed succession to the I EFFECTWR DAT Of. curl shall, not later than sixty days live branch state government shall Section 7. ALLOCATION OF PA RI. subject to confirmation by the senate convention la desired, a constitutional

..pl.offense or an .* unl.ha. of all public offices pwer LAWS.the Cacti law shall receiving the petition of the ..1.r be> allotted among not more tan MUTUEL TAXES. Taxes upon the (d> The qualifications of personnel number of electors In signed each of by i.
Imprisonment and the proof cumbenta, 1 of which may become Una on day after adjournment. I with the wenty-flv departments, .xclu.l" operation of parl-mutuel pools may and officers of the federally recognU half of the congressional one
sine of : districts oft
die the ieniton of the b
of lull U evident or the presumption: valluble to execute the functions 01 tore In which enacted 1.11.1.. of l.'ee making such l hose specifically provided or preempted to the state or allocated ed national guard, including the adjutant the slate, and of the itate as a whole
Is ,r.st. their and to adopt such other or aa orized in administration whole or In part to the Whan general and the grounds and pro equal to fifteen !
Section of.e. provided therein. he law Is pnssett thh on.lluton. T. cunl. per cent of the vote
19 for their and
PROSECUTION FOR unless allocated to the ceedlngs discipline removal
may be necessary and! Se.tnn JMEACHMEN. cast in each such district ]
over the veto I It shall .pnrment respectively
CRIME OFFENSES COM MED appropriate to Insure the continuity ol take effect th t1. governor aft. < ) leulenant governor otherwise provided lion shall ba in equal amounts t theaveral shall conform to the ap and In the state as a whole In the lass
Jy ChILDREN. governmental, OperatIons during the on alUet day tadjournment members of justicesof hall be placed by: t. under the dl counties.Section propriate United States army or air preceding election ot presidential eleol
tiesslon inwhich :
(a) No person shall b* tried for mergency exercising these al. the e eth. judges of act supervision of the 8. AID TO LOCAL GOV force regulations and usages ore.

Ital oriia without presentment .ap the : may depart from powra the is overridden Oi t district courts of appeal and judges of Lieutenant governor, the rov.rDor. and ERNMENTS. State funds may Section 3. VACANCY IN OFFICE (b) At the next general election
fixed !ha held]
dlctmeM J by a grand jury, for other ilit Ilte d.t law or e. a circuit courts shall be liable to mm.pi'nchment b Vacancy In office shall occur the ,
or ther of this constltu resolution I cbln.t a cabinet m.mbr. or an of. pproprlated to the several n upon more than ninety day after the filing!
felcny. without such by passed by for misdemeanor in office. : creation of an office, upon the death of
presentment orsudteunent ion but the extent board and aervng school districts, municipalities or of such petition there shall )
necessary both houses b
of the l-> submitted
or an Information under to meet the emergency Section 10. Ths house of representatives: by two- I at the pleasure of the governor, lal districts upon such conditions : the incumbent or his removal from office to the elector of the state that-
'C.lh filed by the prosecuting officer of Section 7. NATURAL RESOURCES f.tWt No. thIrds vote shall, have the power to except* may be provided general law resignation succession to another question: "Shall a constitutional
law ahall
y.o except persons on active AND SCENIC BEAUTY. It shall be special of Intention b ..notice impeach an officer The speaker of tli. When provided by law confirmation Section 11. A'TAXES office unexplained abnence for six b* held?" If a majority voting convention ;!

: In the militia whoa tried by he pl.y of the .Iat to conserve thereof has been publish .naam.nt house of representatives shall have by senate or the approval (.1) Counties, dl.tr.t. .ndmunicipalities ty consecutive days, or failure to on the question vote In the afflrma.l
marlal. and Its resources and power at any time to appoint a corn.nttttee of three members of the cabinet I ahall shall, maintain the residence required when Ive. at the next
a scenic beauty. Adequate provisionehaU lice: ': be required for appintment to or removal rlcta may, ba authorized by to election there shall b* elected from
a. therein defined mny b* be when the a* efilrar subject to impeachmentL from valorem of one elected or appointed to office to
.harK.d made by law for the abatement tho provl..n'r \ any statutory levy ad taxes and may ba each representative district membe"!
de..td a
aw. except aefcrn.cium
with a violation of low .. > An officer thehause qualify within thirty days from the
an act of of air and water pollution and la ( impeached by office. authorized by .ener.ll. to I.v othr of a constitutional convention On the
delinquency Instead of crime and tried of excessive and unnecessary noise 'ectlva' h.o. ef of representatives shall be dlsUHllftexi (b) Boards authorIzed to grant and taxes, for their respective purpos commencement of the term wenty.first day following that )
only upon approval t. of S 11 t HOMESTEAD elec-1
without e c o n 4. EX
a Jury or other requirement from performing official evoke licenses -
ARTICLE III the electors of the area affected any to engage In regulated a, except ad valorem taxes on In. linn the convention shall alt at the)
applicable to criminal 1 cases Any utlea until acquitted by the Senate, i shall ba assigned to ap property and taxes EMPTIONS. capital, elect
o..upalon. officer, adopt oil
LEGSr.'TlRF II. PROHIBITED SPECIAL =: lr.lla There shall ba rule
child (a) exempt from
10 charged shall, upon demand Section I. The Se.lon. end unUss the governor Is impeachedhe n and their mem constitution.b procedure, judge the election of its,
mad .a provided by law before legislative COMPOSITIN. shall be may by appointment fill the office hers appointed for fixed termS subvct ( ) valorem taxes, exclusive of forced sale under process of any membership, and fix
There time end
(.1) shall be no law ) a place
special and
o or court, no judgment, decree
a In. or executlon -
Juvenile until of the
pro..edlnr. b* vested In a of the State of general law of completion trial. to removal only for causa. taxes levied for the payment of for its future meetings. Not later than
tried In an ) 1.11.latur. local application par (al by the houseof Section I 7. bond shall DO a lien thereon, except
an 'Iorldo. a senate com. taming to, A Ip.a.hm.nl SUSPENSIONS J1 nd taxes levied for periods not ninety day before the next aucceed-
for the of taxes
adult A child found delinquent shall posed of one senator elected from tried by the INC OFFICE DURING $ two when by payment and assessments Ing general election the
b* d.lpln.d as provided by law. nch senatorial district, and a house officers((1)) election, '"rlodl.lon or duties of .. The chief ,justice of the .IP siorts. .t.tan th*ye.. who.uthorld traded thereon, obligations, con shall cause to b* filed with convention the secre
except for the ,
RIGHTS OF ACCUSED. of municipal am* or another justice (I. o purchase, Improvement
) By executive order
composed of .otr. era not wholly lacy of stat
one U.a. chartered at.tn. t..ound any revision of this
counties. die.Octets thereof com
special t.rl
In all criminal or repair or obligations
i prosecutions the ns ltd at the and
ac. from preside filed with the from
exempt shall atltution
proposed It.
cused repre..n.taUve or local governmental agencies; h:1: a..rlr : contracted for house, field or other by
shall. rlnl l In trial
upon demand be In. district except of the chief the governor may levied in of the following tm' Section S. AMENDMENT
formed of the nature and cause of the .ol..ton of lx.. ,Justice. in which case the from .u.pnd labor performed on the realty, the
.._ Section 2. MEMRERS-OFICERS. > .t.t. .._ .._ governorshnli ofilc any stats officer I.g.a upon the assessed value of VISION ELECTION -
.u.uun ."'1" nlm. .nd .n.u be Each house shall be the sole judge i ii'g; ext f ;; : relief nreMde The senate shall e: eet to fapeacnment, any officer :estate and tangible personal property t of following family property owned by the head fat> A proposed amendment to or rx
furnished a copy of the charges and of I ;-i.tm-iir m'no! the lime for the trial I of the a i
hall have the the qualifications, elections I and re- of I tax any : mUltl not In the .cv. service for all county purposes. tn mills, for ((1) a homestead If located outside vision ol this constitution, or any
right to have compul. urns of Its members, and shall blen. of their duties, and relief of their sure- peach.-irnl and may sit for the the UnItes States, or county of an municipal purposes, ten mills: for a municipality, to the extent of one part of it. shall b* submitted to tho
aory prc.a for "Ile.e., to confront tally choose its ofce. Including a from nether the house of repre.ent.tv.b cer. for nl.l.aonc. mlsftaifanca, .U a.hol ten mills; and for electors at the next general election
llnblllty hundred] of land
; pu. sbaty
at to b* heard t., ftftilan or not neglect of acres contiguous
permanent incom held
In selected 43)) rules of evidence In Ur. Ixed by> vote of the elec* and improvements thereon, which more than ninety day after the
perion by counsel or both and to from its who shall any ; trial not b* more petence. permanent inability to Inca who of Joint
be de. .h.1 are owners freehotdstherein resolution
have membe.hlp. ((4) punishment for crime shall not be reduced without the petition o*
a and ; owner
speedy public trial by tin.partial norths n the Dur- Ms
signaled form official duties
as President or m from report of
of Impa.hm.nt taxation. revision commission
<05) Juries I or con*
jur In the county where the te Senate, and the house .. tinea' er Ion of petit including eonnpama log 01 Imr..hment of a felony, and may fill the office: A nouu-J municipalservices s consent by reason of subsequent tltutlonal convention proposing U isj
crime Jurors except establishment of Inclusion In a municipality, or u located
ws cmmied. the county 1 is the House of oath or ppolntment for the period of ( Ud
sus with
not 1 R.pre.ent.lvr. The jury conimiustoea'iS .ba .frm. pen- authorized within a municipality, to the extent the secretary of state, uness -)
know. te or Informa senate to of Nt officer shall be .ion. The eWe may at by> law levy additional taxes within pursuant to law enacted
.hal ( ) change civil or crlmteel .u.pnde of one-half acre of contiguous by thea
ton 0.1 venue In two or more serve It pleasure, and the house of s/tthout the en.urreno. of two -thirds any time reinstated the limits fixed for affirmative vote of three-fourth o.
Venue; .mova b municipal purpoi land, upon which the exemption shall
and that the members of the .
proof the
shall a .enal presentifdetrmant bY govarnor. .". : the membership of each house of thai
r.pr.entaUv. conditions
the crime de.lgnat ((7) precedent be limited to the residence of the owner
wa cf .
committed In "
that area t ofImpesetimesit (fbi) The
at Its civil br1 senate la proceedings Section 10. PLEDGING CREDIT- legislature and limited to a alnglei
ahall be sufficient but T. soy or criminal t.Y. or his family;
before shall
pleading eglalature shall appoint an remove the offend by law. from office Neither the sUte nor amendment or revision, It la
pr..erlb.r any county
the of ((2)) personal property to the value submlt-
accused may elect In which t ImlaUon. ; or (rom Africa and. in the
of Iher.lor discretion .
thol : at lie pleasure who shad ( ) of the suspended official and school district, municipality, speciaL I of one thousand dollars.b ed at an earlier special election held)
counties he will o. *
b tried a
senate Include
for proieeutlon of crimes committed Venue 'records and perform related emission of fines, pld fot aaRon hold, may office dl.qu.lf. for such pu. the senate may beconvened district or agency of any o them ( ) These exemptions shall inure to more than ninety day after such fli
beyond the a* prescribed by law er con.ourr.nt felturea; pnalU. \ any session by Its hall become a joint or the surviving spouse of heirs of the
hall be fixed boundaries by law cf the suite r..oluUon.S..lon ((9> extension t. pri. Convl.ton or ..cultalot resident I or br a majority of itsmembership stockholder of. or give ewnet wth.u. Its owner ngIb) Once tn the tenth week, and)

3. SESSIONS OT ThE I.CO- .r..lon. .nrore.m.nt not .f.c or axing or credit to aid once In the sixth week
8eetis or on prO.Vale criial power any the off .
: 1. XCIS9JJ o fixing. Interest lbWt. (c) By order ef the governor any poratlon association I partnership to devise If the owner Is survived: preceding the week In which the else.
unusual! cruel or
of'unl"ment..1. alnder. for. On the fourteenth: day following I each ((10)) disposal of publlo tre coda and of ethics for all state Crime may b* : f .ut of homestead real estate. Joined by ment or revision, with node of the
f-ur employees
god (unreasonable imprliun. general election tho legislature hall eluding any interest PrPoy.prl n.judlo.1 officersrohiblting until acquitted and 1f'0' : (a)rtZfv..tet .publlo trust the spouse If married may alienate dale or election at which It will bv
m. of convene for the exclusive purport of val. purposes: W duly sod publlo appointment for the funds; the homestead by mortgage, sale orgift submitted to the electors, shall laS

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TjtlURSPAY,..SEPT. 19..1988 IIRAIJI'OUI) COTTNTV TIIJI.p.onJ\PIf. "TARRIlt rrxmn .' S""' Uii."TwPalic6') .

yyyyyyyyyyyyyyVV1VY College at Palutka tnied to enter this naUonwid SI..I.Ih/. MIIM. 1'0"vIV /Charles A. Darhy' Clerkof
.- : \XIKHj N : thu Circuit Court, Bradford
Saturday guests of Miand competition appointment &s i I- I
r- LEGAL i OP HAIII County, Florida.
Mrs. L. K. ChUd were Mrs. I cadets in nation's olc 154,141', F.5.NOTICE I You are notified that (COURT 8BAL.)
NEWS\ A dilds': ] wife :.is HEREBY oiv- Brlnley Lamar Tucker and his I '
Mr seagoing service. 8141911GLASS
ad : appointed ', ; :
wife Mamie Clark 'I inker nave _:
ate for the life of this subsection 0 TRICT FLECTIONS Registration OU RN that Mr. W. II Alderman
[From Preceeding and Mrs. Jim
Page] (el.> The boArd shall remit the I pro and elections. in municipalities shall McClellan of wi receive an excel.! [lie holder of the following; fled t their sworn petition for

published In one newspaper of gener needs of the second gas tax" In each and in other governmental entities SERVICE Ocala. : ent education certificates baa filed Bald eel' I .e adoption of Usa nave Tuck-
account for in said created statute be providedby or a minor, In the above Court
county u. coun. by may
al circulation *In each county In which afternoon tfflctttea for a tax deed to be I
visitors of
Ia ty as follows: eighty per cent to the law. Frida emphasizes. engineering- physic. issued thereon. The certificate and tattoo; and you are herebynrtt'iii
newspaper published.o stale agency supervising the state NO. S Mi\ ad Mrs. Het'b Clover. al science social science, or :liumbnra and years of iMatianoeIhe I and required to tie FOR EVERY puostMirrors
If the
) proposed amendment or road s>stem and twenty per cent to Senate Joint Resolution No. SIX &AAALAA&Ak1.aAAA. of the your answer or other defense
revision in approved by vote of theeluctorl i the governing body of the county. The A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing a A settle were Cloverstl's marine senc- oceanographyand doBorlptlon the names In which pr"p..rty.and It was. said petition, witlt the undersigned .
it inoll be effective at an percentage; allocated/ to the county revision ot Article VIII of the Santas! filters. Mrs. Bachelor of Clerk of the above Court,
amendment to or revision of the conUtutl may be increased by general law The tution of the State of Florida relating I Seaman Apprntc& Mrs. Bese Chadr a aBdefraod are aa follows: and serve a copy
,m of the state on the first Tue.. proceeds of the second gas tax' sub.ject to counties and cities i H. Eunice. > of Mr\ and 'cienc degree and a comm- Certificate No. 142 Year ol ol liollls V Knlffht, ttoarne7uPt''
clay after the first Monday in January to allocution to the several counties USN,21. Jacksonville. Issuance 188. Dfairlptlon FOR EVERY PURPOSE
following.: the election 1 :, or on such other > under this paragraph ((5)) shall be Be It Rtfsolvtd by the Legislature of and Mrs. Euce' Friday evenIng as an Ensign in Coa l'roperty 1 148' KCI. In SW ..UtlunerH.Florida, P.nil() IJrawi hnforeOi ,
date .. be State Florida: I dinner guests of the Cloverset cur of 8IVt4 of NVV'4' of Rtlrke. : on or
& .
may specified in the used first* for the payment of obligations o Lawtey. Fla. la .,' 1st. 1UAR. otherwise the
Amendment or revision pleading revenues allocatedpursuant That the fallowing proposed revisionof abad ties were Rev. and SW'i. Sec. 10, T.-I. ll-23-li. SHEA'SGLASS
Article VIII of the Constitution of the missile l Ms. Dale Additional and of said petition may
guided XIIIIIH In which Hay- fl"IIU.nl
ARTICLE! XII to Article I IX: Section 13 of inO.matO ,
I : arneniled! the State of Florida 1 la hereby agreedto Bradleyand Sundayafternoon Mull All said. l ho. us confessed hv you.
,I SCHEDULE, the Constitution. of 1085. as Boston off the coast of Noitli application ob mon property This notltn be
Section 1. CONSTITUTION OP 18flS and any refunding thereof; second and shall be submitted to the electors were Mr. and Mrs., ron b In* In the County of Bradford, Hhul publishedonce CO.
each for I the
SUPERSEDED Articles I through for the payment of debt service on of this ltt for ratification or re Vietnam in support of OperationSea tamed from Bradford High I State of Florida. UnleHH such next

IV. VII, and IX through XX of the bonds issued as provided by this para jection at general election to Draon.Sea Rex Anderson and famIly O School Guidance Counselor Della I I certificate or certificates shall four Biadford consecutive weeklv Issuesof 372-435J
Constitution of Florida adopted In graph <(01..10 finance the acquisitionand be held in November 1968. Monday Mrs. Cloversettle be redeemed Icc..dlnt tl law County Teleuraph.WITNK8S 372-4315 -
1885. as amended from time to time I construction of roads as definedby ARTICLE VIII Dragon f the naval effort a Rosenberg or by writing t the property such mv hand and the 1313 N.W. 4th Place

are superseded by this revision except law: and third for the acquisitionand LOCAL GOVERNMENTSecUon to stop supplies being her mohe Mrs W. C. ,. Director of Admissions certificate or e'artificates will sal of said PtHI.t at '''arke. GoiiKtvllt
those sections expressly retained and construction of roada. When authorized 1. COUNTIES. were th be sold to the highest bidder, at 'lorI4. this 8nd day
", .d. a part of this revision by re by law. ,state bonds pledgingthe (al> POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS.The moved from North t South G of Mr. Col Guard Acaemy. New the court houati door on the gust 168.AUO .
(erence. full faith and credit of the state elate shall be divided by law into Vietnam. ess and Mrs. C London first Monday In Month of October

Section 2. PROPERTY TAXES may be Issued without any election political. subdivisions called counties Sullivan Sunday 0320. 19BH, which IB the 7th
MILLAGES. lax mil la Res author.d .*. (!) to refund:: obligations.t secured b/ Counties may b* created abolished or Boston was prevUy operating were Sullivan's ane. day of Olobpr. 1IIA8Dnted .
any portion of the second gas taxi changed by low with provision for near na non M. nephew
in counties' municipalities' and '" of September
: districts, on the date this I'. revisionbecomes special ; allocated to a county under Article payment or apportionment of the pub val gunfire su to troops of and wie. Mr. and Mrs, rTTTTTTTTTTYTTTy 1008 coy
b. continued IX, Section 10 of the Constitution of debt. Por GAINESVILLEBusiness
effective Charles A. D.rby(1.I'k
may 18U5 .. amended; ((11)) to finance theacquisition the Third in Carlos Summers of ,
until reduced by law. (bl) COUNTY TUNDS The oare. DivLon Jackvie. SENIOR of Cluult Court .f

Section 3 OFFICERS TO CONTINUE In a county when and construction approved by of the roads governing custody and method of disbursing the I Corps prea of Vietnam Rev. and Mrs. ..' County, Florida(
IN OFFICE. Every county fund shall be provided by and little Adlna, who 9- )
: person body of the county and the general law dauhte. I CITIZENS 6UD3No'rU:1
office when. this revision becomes
holding the stateroad
state supervising have been
effective shall continue In office at.r: ; and: ((111) to refund obligations (ICI) GOVERNMENT. Pursuant to Since the cruiser started operating visiting hi parents,. ,\priic\no\
for the remainder of the term If secured portion of the general or special law. a county gov. in Mr. and Mrs. Bradley AAAA.&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 0.
of Sea ,
!! r.a support Dragon T\X DiEt>
office li not abolished If the of- ernment may be established by char
that .
allocated underparagraph
second tax
here left this Directory
gus week visit ,. V.
ter which shall be amendedor it taken such fo get 104.10. M.
adopted under fire
lice is abolished the incumbent shall 1 (leI> ((4)). No such bonds ha a
be puld adequate compensation to be nhall be issued unless .a state fiscal repealed only upon vote of the electors logistic with Mrs. Bradley' I Senior Citizens will meet 1 NOTICI IS MjflREBY QIV-
targets highway parent i
fixed by/law. for the loss of emolu: agency created by law has made a of the county In a special election a South Carolina before. P. m. Tuesay. Sept. 24 at the Mr.V.. I. Alderman
merits the remainder of the term.: determination that In no state fiscal colled for. that purpose. bridges, storage areas and sup. I the holder of folowlnj
Section 4. STATE COMMISSIONEROF year will the debt service requirementsof EDUCATION. the bonds and all other bonds se shall be elected by the electors of 111. new officers t guide them I :tificates for a tax 4 to be : MN

The state superintendent of publicInstruction cured by the pledged portion of the each county, for terms of four years.a through 19. ,, (Issued theroon The certificate J
in office on the effective second gas tax' allocated to the aherlf. a tax collector a tax asses Short Course'SetOn Mr, and ,Mrs. Percy Sullivan numbers, and yon. uf InHuame, BRASINGTON .
date of this revision shall become and. county exceed seVentv.five per cent of of elections, and a of Palatka Sunday visitors Also on the agenda will be the description property ',STAG 'N DRAG
jar the the I the pledged portion of the second' gas clerk of the circuit court; except, ,were I and the names In which It was Cn.IOLSMOBI
served:t ::'J'I be .rhf mt.Ton; oi tax allocated. to: that county for the when provided by county charter or Investments of his paenL. Mr and Mra the discussion of the annual aHHeHBfd are na follows*

education. preceding state fiscal year. .of the special law approved by vote of the and dInner: of the Halloween and Certificate No, 141 Year of Stanley BIlker, Coat
Section 0. SUPERINTENDENT OFECHOOLS net tolls from existing facill electors of the county, any county officer Stock Market Sulva. thei Issuance 1B6.! Description of Flrie Selection of te O S Arrow Dress
Sledged. In the preceding state may be chosen in another man. son, Percy family.Mr. Christmas parties which the executive Property com. at ZIP) cur of Taken On Iblrt
(al) On the effective date of this revision fiscal year, and of the annual: averagenet nor therein specified or office and Mrs. foley board discussed whenit 8W1-4 of NWI-4 of SW1.4 run Cam S PurItan .
the county superintendent of tolls anticipated I during the first be abolished fc fcouanJ J Hers W to NW cor of Ely 8 78 A I.rJ'n 2001 N.W. Ph. 378-0301 Peters Jacket
public Instruction of each county shall five years of operation of new project duties 't office A short-course on the "rudiments and children .spent the weekend met Monday, Sept. 15. W 50' 8100'. Kr,0. N100'

become and for the remainder of the to be financed: Bonds issued pursuant eral law. transferred to of, of the stock market and with Jier parents In Lake Butler. POB Sao. ] ) Nn.m. S Ladles Sportswear
term being served shall be the super to this subsection shall be payable primarily flee When not otherwise provided next Eileen Donahue told the executive In", which 0-1-21.. State CRANE

In ten dent of schools of that district from the pledged: tall' \udpuclions ,county cnajrter or special law on investments wi begin Percy Sullivan Jr. a board that her husband Homes. AH. of said property 2 Storm 13 W.
county superintendent of public In. to that county.D ot the circuit court : ex He.Tammy Mike i recovering from h1 OP I State of Florida Unless Authorized Psjei A Service and ,Galiiexvllla Mall
and Forest .
etrucUon of each county, as' provided ( SCHOOL BONDS. Article XII. clerk of the board of county commissioners Ranger Shol. and Robin wee i Palatka eton an-i that they such certificate nr certificates

Ly or under the Constitution of 1885, as Section 18. of the Constitution of 1885. auditor recorder and cuttle Persons who are & Monday. On Monday leaving to live their i shall\ he redeemed acionllntf: to 2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4379
the selection dims of all funds.CO4MIESIONERS..
mended, shall apply to qounty
as amended as It existed (Immediately contect Ke wit law the property described In
participating can Mr. and
cf the dls I triot I superintendent of trac. ( Mrs. Sullivan daughter In New
before this reviSion Become"! e } Except eveni. such certificate or certltii'titelt MOBILE HOMES
schools until changed as herein provided tive Is adopted by this reference as whdn ''otherwise provided by county Wilson director of Specialized were) dinner guests. The board will be sold to the> highest bid- Crane Import .

Section. e. LAWS PRESERVED. part of this revision. as completely aa charter,.shall the tie v.nla:3d of of each Education or con attend the wit Mrs. Sullivan's parents, also learned that tier at the court houti door on Volvo M*
though Incorporated hereio verbatim county county Houston and Marian
All laws In effect upon the adop certificates commissioners of five f:ret class 7 p. m. Thursday, and Mrs. Marshall Dricol returned the first Monday In Month <>-
;: t tSncon.lstent except bonds or tax anticipation: composed member Strick Ot.tuber huts, which Is the Ttll 606 E. Univerity.. Gainesville
Stun of this revision I I to the extend hereafter :issued: thereunder serving staggered terms of four from their to MUSTANGMobil
the administration va
September ton
19. land of .
at the tome October, 1868
in -
shall remain
with it After i 'a
may bear interest not in excess of five years each decennial census FOaom discover that their had loard _
force until they expire by their terms per cent per annum or 'such' 'higher the board of county comml..loner buldinl o campus. of her ad been this arc.! day of Si'p- Homes
or are repealed Interest as may be authorized: by shall divide the county An executive with burglarized. tember. 1908 Beauty Academy Inc.
law. Mr. and Mrs.
All statutes which. under theConstitution acount Fulgh- Charles A. rmrliv _
(bl) statute passed by a three-fifths vote of of contiguous territory as nearly equalin Robt.t
of IHHfl': as amended a p. each house of the legislature Bonds population *s practicable One commissioner Thompson and McKLennon, urn.. at Palatka Clerk of Circuit Court of Gainesville's
431 iy to the state superintendent of public Issued pursuant to this subsection (dl) residing In each dl.trlc Jacksonville members of the Think About It Bradford County. Florid's854tfi'It' POWELL'S Discount MoMIs)
Instruction and those which apply shall be payable primarily from revenues shall be elected by the elector N01ICI1 nv ( Home Bale*
to the county;': superintendent I of publicInstruction as provided::: in Article: XII, county. New York Stock Exchange, will "A man should never foil APP.A'ro' L

shall; under to the this state revision commissioner Section ID. of the Constitution of 1885. (f) WON CHARTER GOVERN. conduct the short-course. I own he was b Sri.. I,/.11. I".S. iv TIIIC roinT or 'I'IJHs'ovN'ry Beauty AcademyLearn NEW MOON JOAPKIXA
apply respectively as amended. and If authorized by law. MENT. Counties not operating under aae t NI'ICJ IS QIV.
of education and the district may be additionally secured by pledging I county charters shall have such pow Classes will meet Thursday.! wrong, which is but sayIng > Lh'M!Mr 1IUlY I.
superintendent Section 7. RIGHTS of schools RESERVED. the full faith and credit I of the. er of aelf.aovernment as is providedby 7-9 p. m., September 19-Otobe In other that
All actions, rights of action tate without an bonds election.Issued When pursuant authorized general or special I law. The board 31. Registration! is wirer today word h L im-tlflculeB hun filed Hulil cei. IV II iS: Instate or M4MIH 219 10th 81S266ELECTRCMoTOR
law. was
by of commissioners of $5.0. yes. for
claims contracts and obligations of i county a county tha tfh..tua it tux iloml to be IIl.OiWOlt'i'll I ('OS N 111.1 lOs'swmns'I. -
Individuals' corporations and public to Article XI. Section IB. of the Constitution not operating under a charter may William R. noted terday."-Pope. thorH.n. The i'ortlf Iciuenumlmrii .

'bodies> or agencies, existing effective on the shall'continue date bonds issued pursuant. as amended to this subsection and. enact general, in law a. county manner ordinances prescribed not r: investments advisor, will con the, ilem-rlptlon und years of the o{ J iiaauttot'e, %O'i'ICI'2' '10TOiAll ; ('1tRnI're)1IM: < I &'GLASSLiddel
( r t
1'shls nbeIr.eO: if this revision (dl.) may be refunded by the Issuance consistent with general or special duct the und tIle In prOI't..ty. : 'M
to of bonds additionally I secured but an ordinance in conflict with amunicipal sor-urs. Coast Guard mu. I wastuaseeal Slaving Claims or DemlndeA..lnNt ELECTRIC
had not been adopted AU taxes pen. by the full faith and credit of the ordinance. shall not be effective Among which Certificate an follows-, Said i:.tate.$\

.allies state. fines under and the forfeitures Constitution owing to of state only at a lower net average in within the municipality to the Mr. Harnaker will cover will Acad&rhy Exam IHol.n"H. 1IMKI No.Description 146 Year of of You ant) each of you are1 hereby Motor Repair Co.Of
the terest cost rate extent of such conflict notified and required, to pre Paint &
IIUHK nrl H. Khali inure to tha Property Com
an Mm be: the : facilities and 853 Kt. H of NWDor. '
'I;lute'.: undrthlareviston.;; -' -: "nd'alf sen- (e) DEBT LIMITATION Bonds Issued .. (g> CHARTER GOVERNMENT.. I .xchge Set of NB'4 of NH(4 and run S sent any claims and. demands, aahiewvflle. Inc.
fence aa punishment for crime shall pursuant to this Section 9 of Article Counties operating under county charter operaton; over-the-uut Competitio ft for POB then run W ina which you. or either of ,

M> executed according to their terms xll which are payable primarilyfrom self*. shall have all power. of local ; Investment objactlv 22f f. I 8 ft IS 105 ft N to may have against the estateStAMlIt tr RepaltngRewindthgNew Glaa Co.
(bl) This revision shall not be retro revenues pledged pursuant to government not withlIen.rol The 93rd1 annual competition i .': 3-T-7-H, : POI. BI.ODWORTl and Used
active ao as to create any right or liability this section shall nut be Included In law or with special law approved J es; investment versus speculation which, asilceiceti I-U-N. NFL.I. said
which did I not exist under the applying the Imla upon the amount by vote of the electors The ; the "mnney .; theFederal fen admission to the United of sold J. KorMytll County, to the Ctlinty Jude ot 2816 N.W. 16th.. Ph. 372-8318
In Section 11. governing body of a operating makt. Al property being t )- Sliding Door-
Constitution of 1885. at amended. bas of state bonds county States Coast Guard) In Bradford County, Flcirlda at hieiffi'e Olaa .llro"
Academy County of I
Article of this revision under a charter may enact county or.dinances Reserve ; llruclroril. of said
occurring prior to the In the Courthouse
ad matters VI. Farm and Industrial
upon of
corpr. State Unless Tub Doom
adoption of this revision.Section Section 10. PRESERVATION OJ law. The not charter inconsistent shall with general ate f.nanclal statements; located at New London, Conne., certificate ]'I.rlc. ,'ntea such County at Starke.. Florida with,,_ EncOur.Sbo
8. PUBLIC DEBTS BE. EXISTING GOVERNMENT. ] provide which "h,11 In six calendar months from the I Furniture
commence with the lie Ffuwmfnt Tops-Windows
shall In ot and other fixed invest redeemed to
prevail the event conflict Income ctcutwl
COGNIZED all bonda. revenue certificates provisions of Articles I through IV. the ncco.ln. time of the first pul.hl-atton of I
revenue bonds and tax anticipation VII and IX through XX of the Con. between. county and municipal ordinances ments; common stocks; Deiember,7, 1908 administrationof pr'ipet'Iy" | In au.hcortfh.te this notice t I r.ach claim 1: nr, demand Santa Fe Tractor Windows-Awning

certificates Issued pursuant stltution of 1885 as amended not em. grow the College Entrance Examination -, or cerUlcah. will shall be In and \
TAXES LIMITATION stocks Investment wl'IUnA.
(hi> the
Constitution of 1809. as amended herein which not Inconsls Prop : : hlKhc-Bt Ht .,
to the braced are shall stats tha place "'eancl I 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191
any agency, poiltcal tent with this revision uhall become erty shall situate be within munlclpaltl. and basic approaches the Bard test, given I li I the court house door on the post office address of the '. FORD
I'vI':1n: not subject to t first
Monday In Month
of Oeto-
b or public corporation statutes subject to modlfcation or repeal farm Tractors
over 3,000 throughout claimant his his attorney
services the market.THERESSA. l &Implement
the state shall remain In lull force and as are other statutes rend.rd by county exclusively lor. 1IIU8, which IB the Jth day and nlont., or demand
benefit of the prop. the Ottolinr ionsDutBil any N.h clllc
secured the ,
effect and shall be by US
11 DELETION OF OBSOLETE cutr.Appntmet he ,
same sources of revenue as before the Section : ITEMS. Tnlegislature erty or. residents in unincorporatedi to the Academy thin aid, day of Septenihtr. Path claim not sc.to be 01..1. In duplicate v.hl. PART SEWING MACHINES
of this revision and to the SHEDULE r.?.vvvyyyyyyy-.vyyyyy. ] ) fle.1 SAES SEVC
adoption efiectuate: power by Join! (ii) COUNTY ORDINANCES. Each UU8.Mu'rl. accomnnnled flllntf fee 6th -
extent to this on a competitive .. A. Darbv .88 N.W.
necessary :
to delete I from this revision slely .
resolution .
county ordinance shall be with of One Dollar ((1.00) .
ofHhu Cleric of """
ectlon., the applicable provisions fed (Irmlt of
of this Article XII. including basis with COlrt
amended any section the secretary of state and become no congres Laurence C. Connell An Adnilziitrstor -
Constitution of 1885. as Uiailford.
are retained as a part of this revisionintii which this .eclon. when to be all deleted events la or to .effective at such time thereafter sioa appointments' or geogra- County 9.5-4. ]'I.rth. of the HHtate of GARDEN SUPPLIES National Sewing
% In lull of these public i* provided by general law Mamie Itloodworth Connell
payment could become applcable have occurred VIOLATION OP ORDINANCES pllcal quo8.Applcatons deceased. __
,ecuritlLS Section 9'. BONDS A ., atlon ol Persons violating county ordinancesshall to participate in -- 5.294t..D.l9IV Johnson & Faris, Inc., Machine Co., Inc.
fact made as a basis for application ol be prosecuted and punished aaprovided By Dorothy Mills
ADDITIONAL SECURITIES No this section shall bo subject to judicial CEEB tests must Complete Line ofSEED8PJ.8 .
bonds shall be Issued by Inw t'Decemb NO'I'U' nv APILl'A'I'ION(
additional revenue Phone
pursuant to Article IX. SeotlonIT. review. (k> COUNT1 SEAT. In every county t7.Ul the Educational FOi WAX IIH: WillS (lnrl'I' COIIIIT 0( Pfnff -New Home- Nalco

Section 12. SENATORS. The re bo a county seat at I.III, PN, 11"110.1 a'OITi'rv. I..on.
of 1885.
of tha Constitution
: Testing Service prior to 2 November . : ). In 8UppUMFERTERS ] Used
which and
'amended Article I XII Section 19. ot qulrements of staggered terms of senators shell be located the principal AA.A4.AAAAAAAAAAAa 4AAAi NOTICIJ' IS HrHQHY! CHV : dtPet Repossessed
the Constitution of 188*. aa amenaed.es in Section 13 (at'. of Article III offices and permanent records of all 1968. BN. that Mr. W. H. AMurmun. IV IIKl, Adoption af ..',\ UAR I
It existed Immediately before this of this revision shill apply only to senators county officers. The county scat may I Hope BaptIst Church the holder of the II' 'KKH.. minor.OIId Make
revision becomes effective. Is adopted elected In November 187J, and not be moved except as provided by I To qualify, an applicant must cerllri'at's HUB filed folowlnf \ I) OP AIM'I'TIOV Ml'IT 'We Sales-Rpal A

by> this relerence as a part of this re thereafter general law. Branch offices for the Sunday School 10 a. m.; .be unmarried and must have tlflillttm, for u tux de"lld.. to biMMuid 'I''II N'r"I Kl.Ultmt TO 224 JerUler' SpreaerII
N.W. 611V.
conduct of county business be : Kl'M- University 878-1358
vision as completely as though Incorporated Section 13 LEGISLATIVE APPORTIONMENT may established Morning Worship at 11.; Training thereon The KA'I'11 'l'IICK.at 812-010
herein verbaUm except bonds The requirementof elsewhere In the county by reached his 17th but not his und of corttcltanuml"
resolution of the governing body ofthe Union 6:30: p. m.; Evening yearn
tax anticipation certificates hereafter in Sec
ur legislative apportionment 22nd the
birthday by July 1. 1969 Borlptlon of the propertyand I
In the
issued thereunder bear Interest of Article lit of this revision county manner prescribedby Worship 7 15.
may tion 16 law No : : Wednesday evenIng I the nainoM In whkh It was
not In excess of five per cent per shall applY only so the apportionmentof instrument shall be deemed Minimum educational requirement aHKHKHi-d, !
recorded in the Prayer Service 7:30. with are as :
annum or such higher Interest a. may the legislature following I the decennial county until filedat is a high school diploma Certificate No.Inlow.. Year of
tbe authorized by statute passed by a census of 1970 and thereafter the county seat according to law. choir practice following the
three.fifths; vote of each house of the Section a. MUNICIPALITIES however high school seniors InniiuniH 11)60) Dem'rlptlon 0'Prop..rty

legislature No revenue bonds or tax Section REPRESENTATIVES (U. ) ESTABLISHMFNT. Munlclpal.le. service. assured of graduation by June HWI.4 of Com 8W1-4 at and NW run cor of 13
shall be Is-
certificates Get
anticipation Sunday School attendance was 50%
au'd pursuant thereto after June 30.1YU9. TERMS. a the if charters amended pursuantto I 30, 1169 are eligible to compete 810 Ft., a no Ft. for rjon more food
regular session following rutiica.lon general 1 or special Inw When any 0 last Sunday. On Monday and run W. 50 Ft., 8. 100) PI. U 60
(lul) REFUNDING! BONDS. Revenue of this revision by Joint resolution municipality Is abolished, provision I Tuesday evenings Rev. Merle provided they have at least 15 Ft. N. 100 Ft. to FOB Sen. 22- s

fc<.nds to finance the cost of state cap. for propose ratification to the electors or rejection of thestate In shall be made for the protection of its I credits by that time. Appllcantsmust T-fl-S R-22 n Name In whichaamwBiMl .and no defrosting

Stol projects issued prior to the date amend. crediors. Packliam Hope Church pastor, H. I.,. flartloy .
the general election of 1B70 an have completed three units Al
this revision becomes effective Including < > Municipalities shall was In Holllster to speak at the Bald ev
Article III. Section 15 of properly holnr
projects of the Florida state ment constitution to providing staggered have lovornmantl. corporate and In English and three in mathematics fountv ut" I t rtttl .,. Slit ta 0'1 ', jn anew electric
the Bible .
Conference held
enable them to being ,
turnpike authority or Ita successor but terms of four years for member of including algebra and I Florida ITnlcBB., such refrigerator-freezes
excluding all portions of the state the house of reoreaentativcs conduct municipal lov.rBment. per there this week. I''cats or certificate! Hhull he -. ----
highway system may be refunded a. form municipal plane o coordinate geometry 'deemed. to low
the Section 11 SPECIAL municipal services and may exercise, Community CenterComuiy a'cordlnt
provided by law without vote of DISTRIC or Applicants prnporty In Miii-h
lectors at a lower net average Inter. TAXFS Ad valorem any power for municipal purposes except residents of any thei equvaent. ,itlfldit" or certificate will eRr
vested by law In special districts existing as otherwise provided by law
est cost rate by the Issuance of bonds physical
maturing not later. than the obligations when this revision becomes effective Each municipal legislative. body shall. age are welcome at the recreation mt b 'aull to the hIghest hUUIer at
shall not be abrogated by Section be elective between 64 and 78 oourlluN. door on the firm
refunded, secured by the same period which I is held each cdton.
revenues' only B of Article VII herein but ANNEXATION Municipal an. height, with proportionate !on.lly unth of (t'tlirr. (TEl! ')
weight and have toiler
JS.; to pay outstanding debts maybeS merger of municipalities and exer- 7S0.:: at the TJiereasa Community a tllflS ,
(DA I state tax, designated "second restricted or withdrawn by law. doe of extra territorial powers by least 20-30 vUlon in each eye. Dated thin 3rd day of Sep
gas tax." of two cents per gallon I 16 REORGANIZATION municipalities I shall I be as provided by Center. t..n".r., 1KII8.)
:upon gasoline and other The requirement of Section 6. ArticleIV general or special law rrJKSONAI.S correctable to 20-20. Charles A. Dnrhv, .,
of petroleum and an qlarnotdUt"i: of this revision shall not apply un. Section 3. CONSOLIDATION I Qualified Clerk of circuit Court of .- -
upon other sources of energy used to til July i. 1969 government of a county and the government Mr. and Mrs. Gene Prandl young men are Bradford County l"lirtilii9.54t9.211

propel motor vehicles as levied by Section 17 CONFLICTING PROVISIONS of one or more municipalities and son of Hallandale ,
Ankle: IX. Section; IS of the Constitution This schedule I la designedto located therein may b* consolidated )
of 1889 as amended. Is hereby effect the orderly transition of government Into a single government which vlstlngMrs.. Pradi's p.nt. I w *:
continued for a period of forty conaecutlve from the Constitution of 1H8S. may exercise any and all powers ot Mr. and Mrs. James .,
years The proceeds of said as amended: to this revision and shallcontrol the county and the several municipalities DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
tux shall be placed monthly In the In all cases of conflict with Th. consolidation plan may heproposed lips. Thursday through Sunday. I

table roads distribution fund in the any part of Articles I through IV, VII, only by special: law, which Mra. Bill Phillips was th:
''state treasury and IX through XI herein. shall become effective if approved by STARKE Miii'IA
(42)) Article IX. Section 19 of the NO. 2 vote of the el.ctor of the county or honoree at a Stork Shower PHONE 964-6200 :
Senate Joint Resolution No. 4-2X: of the county mun Id 1|ties -
Constitution of 1885. as amended. Is pi Tuesday evening at horn I
'adopted by this reference as a part A JOINT RESOLUTION proponing a fected. a* may be provided in a/.1 th KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I'HOIIE! 473-3176 I \ i YL I
,j tof this revision aa completely as revision of Article I VI of the Constitution "Ion. Consolidation shall no of Mrs. Billy Hodge In StarksMatthew .
'though Incorporated herein verbatim of the State of Florida relating to the territorial scope of taxation for
for the purpose of providing that affter suffrage and eligibility the payment. of preexisting debt except Packham recently
the effective date of this revision Be It Resolvrd by the Legislature of to areas whose residents receivea \ entered St. Johns River Junior Rental Services
i the proceeds' of the 'second' gas tax" the tttate of Florida: benefit from the facility o? servicefor I
!''AS referred to therein I shall, be allocated I That the following I proposed revisionof : which the Indebtedness wa. Incurred .
among the several counties In accordance Article VI of the Constitution of the r HOSPITAL BEDS
with the formula stated State of Florida Is hereby agreed to Section 4. TRANSFER OP POW. LEGAL NOTICEd WHEEL CHAIRS -
therein to the extent necessary to and shall be submitted to the electors ERS By law or by resolution of
,comply with all obligations I to or for of tins state for ratification or rejection the governing bodies of each of I thegovernments I CRUTCHES

the benefit.: of holders of bonds. revenue at the next general election to be affected any function or ( > ORDINANCES Local! laws ,,
certificates and tax anticipation held In November tl'AltTICUO power of a county. municipality or'' lating r. "
certificates or any refundings. thereof: vi special district may be transferred to only to unincorporated areas
secured by any portion of the "second AlFFRAGk AND EJECTIONS or contracted to be performed by another article a county on t aleclv. date of this C' .5
II as tax." Section i 1. REGULATION OJ county, municipality or special may .r.paled 4
((3)) No funds anticipated to be allot ELECTIONS Al elections by district after approval by vote of lh. by county ordinance ; _
itcd under the formula stated In people shall be direct and secret electors of the transferor and approval RULE.(Ic> CONSOLIDATION AND HOM Serving Florida ...- :
Article IX. Section 10 of the Constitution vot.. General elections shall be determined by vote of the electors of the and 24, Arlcl. VIII. Section. (. 1 -
of 1885. as amended shall b.p..da.d by a plurality of votes cast transferee or .otherwise provided amended shall ConstItution remain In o 185. Since 1950

as security for any obligation. Registration and elections .hal., and by Section law 5. LOCAL OPTION Lo- and effect .to each county affectd &? vJs
ft-riufter sued or entered Into exc political party (functions re ,
a a.?
aa 111 article had been 'a .swa Is,
"pt that any outstanding obligations gulated by law ccl option on the legality of prohibition I ( ,
citizen of the sale of adopted. until that county shall cx.prsssly g
p Issued pledging revenues' Section 2. ELECTORS Every Intoxicating liquors ', -
a 3'0 t'JY:: said Article: IX Section of the United Suites who I la at wine or beers shall be preserved ineach adopt a charter or home rule .. .
16. may be refunded at a lower least twenty-one years of age and countTha status a count plan pursuant to thla arUcl AH pro .
visions of the "
nt average Interest cost rate by the who has been a permanent residentfor with reapoe thereto shall be changed MelDplt. I
iMuance of refunding bonds maturing one year In the state and six only of the electors in a special County Home Car. h.rt
not later than the. obligations refunded : months In a county. In registered ss election called upon th" petition otwenty fore or hereafter I
secured by the same revenues provided by law. shall he an electorof five por curt. of the .Iectorr tore of Dade County pursuant to Aril.f Mrs. Carolyn 1WJ Cordially "
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Section *
be and not II. of the Con.tlluU > X
a-d any other security authorized In that county Provision may of the county. soon r tWe t VII.
made law for ether bona fide residents after tit earlier tlectlnn on th- IMS. .amended shall b. iffB 1'
p. agraph (IS) of this subsection by years Eaves No more defrosting for '
messy Btondie.
valid and Never
:i Subject to the requirements of of tha state who are at leant same qurstfii Whore fifa! (ho sil any amendment to such again I
p ugraph (C21> of this subsection and twenty.one years. of age to vote in of Inlxlcat(iff Mom i wines ant the charter shall' be> valid; provided that Klif Welcomes And plenty of shelf room for Dagwood's
a..*r payment of administrative ex. the election of presidential electors ol) reR"bY' law. > said provlalona of men charlw Rerentatv SF and for fresh

p :ia.m. tha second gas tax" shall be Section 3. OATH. Each eligible Section I. CCHEDUL'' and authorized the said amendmenl there aM 96.5 You and Your and .
located to the account of each of the cltiren upon registering shall subscribe (bat, This Article shal "cn'-ite! all o VII. frozen food "specials"oder .
i s.v *ral counties In amounts to be deli the following "I do solemnly Article VIII of' the njtUutlon. o. Section 11 I. of the Constitution of 185. 122 N. Bay SI Family to Your
(or affirm) that I will protecland IsIS. a* ariendsd eve Uioso nee as amended, I ICONFERRED
'i mined as follows: There tthall be an swear | No-Frost
initial allocation of one-fourth in the defend the Constitution of the lions exnrrviy retlirt. and mad (f ft) DADE COUNTY POWERS Starke New Horo \ refrigerator-freezers are 50% bigger inside
ratio of county area to state area. United States and the Constitution of part of this N,tide *.* r"'cr nc**. UPON MUNICIPAL! ,
one.fourth In the ratio of the total the State of Florida. and that I am (Cbl COUNTIES tO""TV HEAT*" TIES. To the extent I yet fit in the same kitchen space as your old refrigerator.
to the total population qualified to reglnter as an elector un. MUNICIPALITIES/ with the powers of existing munlclpa-
county population DISTRICS
of the state In accordance with der the Constitution. and laws of the The status of the ., lilies or general law. the Metropolitan I The State of FloridaIt Spacious freezer compartments lock in food flavors and vitamins.1
thir latest available federal census State of Florida they exist on the date thin article becomes Government ol Dade County may exerclae .
ar.d one half In the ratio of the total Section 4, DISQUALIFICATIONS! effective Is recognized am all the power conferred now or \nd never a shortage of ice
"second gas tax* collected on retail, No person convicted of a felony or shall be continued until changed. in ac hereafter by law upon n>un|. Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and cubes
a.les or use in each county to the total adjudicated in this or any other stateto cordanc with law: the co.nUe ot the clp.llle.s4kJuElIEVilMSrTe. See the
1 collected In all counties of the be mentally Incompetent shall b. state: their status with respect to the ( > OBSOLETE To Acquaint You With YOW City. many new models and colors (separate home freezers, too)

tate during the previous Heal year. qualified to office until! legality of the sale ot Int-vdcntinir 11-1 legislature
If the annual debt service requirements restoration of 0rV3rrlI: or removalof quor. wine and beers; '* methodof : resolution attractively low-priced now at your appliance dealer
\ I iubaect
Issued for disability. selection of county the any
any county.of any Including obligations any deficiencies Section 5 GENERAL AND SPECIAL perfonpmsnce ot ofc.r. tlon of thla Section Including this I you are new I the a phone
rUr ; area
for prior years secured under paragraph ELFCTIONS general election by county / ; county seats: when .venl to which
((21> of thla subiiectlon. exceeds shall be held In each county on and the munlclpolUc and spectnl the .ub..ctto t be I or call will brlnsr visit 5,
tile amount which would be allocatedto the first Tuesday after the first MDn.dav dl.trlcl their powers applcable have ooor.red. yon prompt '4
that county under the formula setOut In November of each even numbered and government .
In this paragraph, the amounts al1 year to choose a successor to jur eloctive state and county officer OFFICE Every holding offlowh of thlo subsection' shall subject yoU Pleas t
tied' to other counties shall be red each person : b 1 1
rti whose term will expire before the next .'n this I article becomes effective Judicial review. & FLAMELESS ELECTRIC

". 31, Funds proportionately allocated under paraf grneral election and. except .prnvidsd shall continue In office for the r"mnmder have IN TESTIMONY WJRJOJ. I her a call! She has and many Ma bv1P.Gt ...It's chtapar, toolI
herein to fill each In of the trm If that office I* hereunto set my map
subsection vacancy f
aha (tat' and ((41 01( this CreSt : !
5 "I 1 be adm.nUtered' by the state elective ofilco for the unei.plred1 portion not abollsh If the office Is anollshed ed the Seal of the State of ': U YJ nw rr. r
t 1 of artniimsirntlon,' created und,Ta I of the term Special and the Incumbent shrtl b* paid a.*-. Ida at Tallahassee' the Capital free and wonderful jrffts ton you P4.
i Si i tide IX..Section to. of the Con rrfrendi shull be held: an provided hvb I I..'IC( romppat, to he fixed by he lath day of August A D, ISis.l '''I A s haul .. .raM
a r IF '. nndfcfiiU I I. t for him) I I' ri of cit 'umenl fur 'kM ADAMS from local -

_. ) J4 tui4fUi.sJ! Ms ft latouy' cui.d' I I .-..uvi. o. iiu-,.tU'AiAI..I .l.) Lt.k&.t Use .J" IJCRJTARY OJ TAT baawass -'--- ." t u_ :=:.O. ,

B1-2oL1 Adv. i ii /
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vm"O't.y !LImw.'I1' :! MvwvirntT.: xx.ttncrt) '. rramurvatt THURSDAY.



4p i
By; ElIza Blanchard to Mi

The Young Woman's, Circle of 5
% Wie' W. S. C. S. will serve a
chicken and :rice dinner at thfl!
\yttiarl' on Saturday September 1 'AJKW : I "
28. 5:30: to 8 p. m. The Starlight!! :
Fay| :Boys will ,be the entertainer ,
of the evening with music.
Charges for adults will be $1.00
per plate and children SOc. Come '
and have dinner with us.
Mrs. Ernest Wells was hostessto
the W. S. C. S. on Monday .
evening. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright
Save the Devotional and Mrs. T.
V. Duck presented the program I
With' others taking! part. The i r AI
president Mrs R, E. !Lee presided I o sro tis .
over the business session.
Cup cakes and ice cream were
Church .
Activities: TORCH, 'e.--CO''YII'OH'tU' '
Grace Methodist: Sunday
School 9:45 B-lfc.ASYOH..lImtt On*With A $S.OO.Mon PurclwM Including Cigarette.King .
: a. m. Worship! 11
and 7:30: 'p. m. MWF Wednesdays \
7:30.: :Thursday 8 p. m. at 1 SHORTENJ1NG..U..59
the parsonage.\ i ,
First Baptist: Sunday School
0:45: a. m. Worship 11 a. m. and k r
7:30: p. m., Training Union 6:30: i SOUTH
p. m. Midweek services Wed '
nesday 7:30: p. m. M ONNAISE. 29'
Church of Gad
: Sunday School L
'10 a. m., Worship 11 a. m. and
7:30: p.m., YPE. Wednesday 7:30P. : ... ..
LVI ARROW Limit T w/$5.0O or man.tHirchaM .clvll'' p*l| r tt ff .
,Highland!' Baptist: Sunday '
School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 .DETERGENT. 89'r
a;"in. and 8 p. m., Choir practice O O100Cr. .
7 'p. m.. Prayer services
!Wednesday 8 p. m. .
We ore pleased to note that excluding cilarWt.rJ
!Mrs. John Brown and son Mit- '
chel Brown are at home after 89
several days In the bos ltaJ. .o..0
L Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs.
Ernest Wells attended a post 12-e CHIK CANNIO..AII Plovers Including,frothy
master's. meeting In Bostwick on
Wednesday of last week. I
Visiting the T. V. '(Ducks on DRNKSO. 15/SI < : ,'
Sunday were their daughter . .
Mrs. D. E. Nolan and children
cf Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. '.Trf-...DIIJI> SOUTH STRAWHIUtrPreserves Ho.303 Con THRIFTY MAID No.\K Can VAN CAMPS No. 303 tan UltY'S CMAM STYLI OR
F. Moore
spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. 39* Vienna S'ge 5/$1. W K.' Corn .5/$1.!
.Wesley Thomas in Live Oak. ........ ... Applesauce..7/I. i .....

On Wednesday of last week ll-oi.THRIFTY No. 2'h' Can SWEET TRIATSLICIC, No.K Can IATWIU ORATIO No.MS Con THRIFTY MAID CUT 4

Mrs.Monso George and J. Roberts'P. Tatum brothers of De- Tom.MCalsup. 6/$1. neapple .31. Tuna Fish 51. Green Beans. 6/I.
Land oame ,by and she :went ... ... ..... ..
with them to attend the funeralof 9-Roll Pkg. SOFT WP.VI MAID GLASS No.303 Can THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA I No. 30O Can THRIFTY MAID m\\
their uncle W. W Van In Bath Tissue Fruit ks..5/I. & Beans
Branford. ..... 5/i. Tomatoes.. .... 6/l.Pork /$ .
Mr. and
Mrs Ed May are in
' Tampa to attend the funeral of Jumbo. SCOTTPaper ll-oi.THRIFTY MAID. No.300 Cm THRIFTV MAID 7HRIFTT MAID. LONG GRAIN lath Fancy

his his nephew life In a.Robert plane wreck.May who lost Towels! '3/87* Luncheon Meat3/l Tomato Sauce 5/$1. Fancy Rice.... 3 39*

Mr. and Mrs. Wailen Sapp! nnd
Leslie of Jacksonville were Sunday '1 .
C. Pearce.visitors of Mr. and. Mrs. A. \ p : iNt r -M.t, : .T\S.P.\ ; tl: .L S .,

Misa Elizabeth Terry spent ... .. ... .. ,
Thursday to Saturday with Mrs U', :. ',': ''' '. '-' ,'''. : ," "

C. E. Strickland in Gainesville. y
Jodin Tye went to Tallahassee, USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS
on Saturday, where lie entered E I
Florida State University as a L I Rt

Junior. Round Steak 981
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Maeclel- I 1 LB.
lan, Mrs. Ola. Starling and Mrs
R. H. Futch were la Plant City:
during the weekend and visited l USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CLUB, T-BONE OR
:Mrs. J. Q. Futch and joined
about\ sixty members. at Alaflre
Park on the Alaflre River for a Sirloin Steak4 $109'
picnic In celebration of Mrs. t : # lb
Futon's 83rd birthday anniver }
sary. They had a grand time a '
i G S
visiting and the honoree\ received -
many lovely gifts and en- 4a'Y'
>yed the family gathering. Mrs. POT ROAST..l8. .
J. Q. Fetch ''and Mrs. R. H. r
FiMcli,are sisters In law. I. USDA C N OICWD RAND COliN nDCHUCK
airs. Don Henley of Bronaugh,
Mo is visiting her mother Mrs STEAK..LB.69W'.M'UM.UC.
WIlliam Reddish and her daughter
Mrs. Bobbie !McClellan.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pearson ;,
visited! relatives and friends In
.4 Y, Cotton Wood Georgia last week. .. S iC'RT RIBS. LB. 49
vOn Sunday Mrs. Pearson attend. . .
\d the district meeting of B.P.W BACON
tlut b in Jacksonville. 34-lbt.\ W-D BRAND Ground Chuck or All Meat

etna.:Mrs.Mr.Lois and Carter Mrs.with Henry her Dunn cou. GRAPES lb. 651 3 Las 99* Stew $1.99

visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H I. Clifton S 18$1
In Deland on Saturday.Mr .
: and Mrs. Clifton Smith ooooo. .. ..
spent the weekend ,visiting Mr.
Smiths relatives at different

.points In South Carolina. Onions 3 :sac: 29' 4 59* ''' '
Gary Thompson is spending a > Apples IBS- U. n e* f-RB3'OtA'lfelWJHlt : \\ /;>' .;. ./..; ,, -:,,; ...; ,. .. ..
30 day leave here with his moth.
er Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and IASTLITT"t1AK. OF SIASON" Jumbo"PIAK OF SEASON"Pears..2
tola';' brother In law and sister Mr. *
and Mrs. M. M. Jordan. and lI *. 39 Honeydev/s 69 POTATOES 10 59
family. Gary has sewed; In Viet
Mom for one year and after his 1-lb.Colla Bag YOUNG A TENDER 10-lb. Poly Bog. U.S. No.1 RUSSITS BAKINGCarro

leave Campbell will Ky.be stationed at Fort". ,, I /25< P 69< .
> s. .. a oesi .. .

Duplicating machines and "-0'.OCOMA CHICKIN.Blip OR TURKIY 10-ot.Astor. p.oeaearrot.sp.an or chop.broccollffleal ..

Telegrapk.STARKE supplies.; -. Bradford County Pies.........5/l.' Mix Vegetables 5/l.


Meat Dinners....... 39* Peach Cobbler! ..... 99<

... 16-oi. RICH'S '
-O. Pk.

r BUSINESS Eggo Waffles.........49* Coffee Rich.......4/l. Ice Milk t _.

16-0. Cup WH01I .
DIRECTORY Strawberries 2/89 Shnnp'Chunkees$1"
AUTO SERVICE 10-o[.UBSY'S c 6-os.ASTOR Orop Juice or"Th Real'Thing" Flo.

Gilbert S. Brown Green Pens..5/$1) :::::: Orange Juice..6/L

Standard Oil Service Station .............................. ............................. .. ..................- ---- ......................... .... ...............................

.TIRES_ &ATLAS BATTERIES!: !I I I !? !! j:" t. r I\E d'x\, .)!GREEN TRA._STAMPS"! ":ii. EX.TRA. Budget Term*-Road Service M '- -' '--
9-OZ. CAN ; : ; ;;
Phone 964-7071 :'IIEx'TRA.' : J 'UN "OUN'"Y. :: J 4 .02.,CAN "'."HI.. J. D.DANafI'L. ;Oil' .it'((1 14.exPALMKTTO: coupons FOR
407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S : .: g Room DeodorizerOOOO : :' J(),.( Black Pepper 1 .0" Bnl. Beef Roost :, Pimento Cheese.A"M. i
THNU art 22 "

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r SHELL 1 I1 ......... .
1 'Service Station :ttiTiY ]; IE.X. .A r..I..i .X. .R .r-.I. EX.-RA. '
( L 7eE.TRA
OM Oil Lubrication ".M' nw..u'' : "'M' : ,..,.. ; .1'11 GREEN STAMPS
"'* n N.ow.ww. wa..xl ...... ... .
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Oovdyear Tire' A: Batt r_ : '..1 .802 CAN .....VO :,Wl LACN PI.Aa'NOUVI CAN tl J 111"I LACNBVK. PCA"[" OHBUTTin I:'I .. 'I J /e.c. a I !a-L.. /....
... I 2If0f """ i W D.f AND
BOAD SERVICE 1.0" FloorVox Gordon. Bomb : ".uo 4 ( JJ I
1 { J71
Chocolate EclairOOOO
"1 801 and 100- Starke :, ." OOOO TMMI'' fIT. 29 :', oooa rM1/f1122, : I au.." ,:,:1 I .,, Beef Sreakette GtQUndeBeeF

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.t. Recreation r r



Tills year Flag Football will i

be offered for boys. from 7 years
old through High School. Boys
.- that have. not registered shoulddo
so at the Recreation Centeron -
at the Recre- .
Pratt Street or <

pr ,tr Armory.ation Dept. Office in the Old 1

---- -- '- -- _. .... .. .'"- -'-- __ ...... ...- 1"'t1-, : Leagues this year will be:

OUsmobile, for I960 has simplified"its medium backlight, chromed front fender lib louver*. In 'Small Fry ages ((7, 8, 9)), Bantam
price class' lineup. All aeries In the '88' family dividual hood ornamentation, a vinyl top u stand ( 10 11, 12)). Junior (13
I will be known as Delta 88', and will Include this ard equipment, and several other distinguishing 14, 15)), Senior ((16-18)).
newlycreated top. f-the-line Delta 88 Royale. feature including a specific exterior paint stripe. We are looking for coachesfor FOOTBALL GAME
Tnto new hardtop! coupe has its own distinctive 88' wheelbases have been increased to 124 Inches. our teams and anyone interested

should contact the Recre-

I New Oldsmobiles Due Here September 26 I ation TEEN Department.DANCE

: The Teen Dance this Friday

Oldsmobile for 1969 Is Introducing Oldsmoblles," Mr. Baldwin 124 inches, and a newly-created I night, after the ball game" will
completely restyled 88's said. These include side impact top-of-tlie-llne hardtop coupe, feature the "Open Book. !

and 98's, a longer and sleeker bars, a more uniform rate of I the Delta 88 Royale, has been II dance Admission is open is only$1.25 for and studentsof the TORNADOES V5. MACCLENNY

Toronado with a major changeIn energy absorption In all Olds- added. Bradford High. The dance I
rear and appearance, and mobile steering columns, head Other Improvements Include: will end at midnight. I
power train Improvements designed restraints, larger near view extension of avallibillty of the CERAMIC PROGRAM I

for greater economy and mirrors, and a sloping interior Oldsmobile -pioneered rim-blow BEGINS TONIGHT
performance in F-85 models. header bar from roof to wind- steering wheel. Optional onlyon
The Recreation Department'sCeramic I
The new cars will be on display shield to reduce the likelihood tllt-and-telescope steering tonight
Program resumes -
at Baldwin Chevrolet- wheel equipped cars last year Thursday Sept. 19 at the 20 1968
Oldsmobile In Starke on Thursday dent. in 1969 cars it will be available Starke Recreation Dept (Old I Friday September

-.. Sept. 26, according to M. The new 98's have been completely on all models, including F-85. Armory), 7-10 p m. I ,
A. Baldwin."A restyled! and are longer Mr. Baldwin invites the Pub- The program is not operatedon
number of significant new looking, with longer hood, longer lic to view the new models at a class system. Participants J!

.safetyrelated improvements rear deck and greated lug hU North Temple Avenue agency do not have to attend each sea'

will make their appearance as gage capacity. Wheelbases on on September 26. sion but are allowed!; to come
standard equipment on 1969 the 88's have been Increased to I '
anti go as they desire. Assistance -
will ha nrl van te\ participants _, BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM 8:00 P.M.
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from the Woman's Club to the ; : as individuals rather thanas

old jail behind the courthouse fc group. .
and under the guidance of Mrs. Gieen ware Is placed on the 1\\ "r -"" -

Bums it was moved again, this shelves and students select the .. 9t i a4a j It I w
time to its present location at items they want to work on l 4 ,Gf ) Y IJ.Y
the corner of Walnut and Mad There is no llm t to the items

1'l l ison.) and no time limits, etc.
; In 1959 the library joined the No class fee is charged, the,,

Santa Fe Regional Library and necessary tools are provided, .
1 and there Is for J.r +e' { '
no charge "
stayed with that organizationuntil i t -
1967 when local county ins the items. I {, .. r *, In pM ) __ I
''c I officials felt that they could not "We feel that you are being :7"'(' ..' 'w 3i (
afford to meet the financial requests offered a golden opportunity tu
: _
: __ of the regional library. participate in an activity where ,
In the meantime, Mrs. Minx by you are able to produce very IS n1 Y iI
beautiful ceramic pieces at avery
had taken over as librarian
nominal cost. In fact,
when Mrs. Burns retired In
S since the only cost to you Is the
t 1966. I paints and green ware you
1 Most of the money for the
t choose we believe our programIs I
library comes from the county
I which gives $13,000 a year. The the least expensive that is i ii.
I r
anywhere ,,
city 'gives $3.500 and Is being says ,.
Recieation Director Gene
I asked to increase that to $5,200 Ray-

a year. (Mrs. Minx said the increase burn. I ,i.
The amazing! thing about
Is being requested
a ceramics is the fact that anyonecan I
the new equipment is i iLk
4 needed especially shelving for produce very pretty cer-
amic ware. No special skills
t L the reference department and
and talents are required.
for new books.)
"You need just a little patlerce FIGHTING TORNADOES
The: library also receives "
Mrs. Pat Scoftgim Ig .shown with some of the approximately money from a number of civic Ceramics Wednesday
is held each
organizations with the Woman's RACK ROW: RAlph Morgan, Jim Shuford, Tommy Blackshear, Jimmy Temple. Tom Mark!, Ray Jordan, Hugh
1500; new books acquired by the Starke.Bradford County Public 9-12 a. m., and each
Club ($300 last year) and the Stevens, Rill Buhy Danny Jackson, Tom Eiland, Chris Chandler Clyde Harris, Ben Moxlcy.
Library this year. Two hundred of theMe books will remain "home Friends of the Library ($400 Thursday PHYSICAL 7-10 FITNESS p. m. !MIDDLE: ROW: Dennis Hall, Adraln Brawn, Buddy Trawlrk..Ronnie Grlggs, Bill Belote Willie Cohen Gene Melvlii .

less" until additional shelving. can be purchased for the library, last year) the two major con Bill Adams, Mike Norman,Tim Murphy, Keith Patray Dale Johns.

")according to Librarian Martha Minx. .. ". tributors. (The Friends also 1 TUESDAY CLASSES ;BEGIN SEPT::"t4", _. ...r aw-... .. '.'10.-.FRONT ROWS Robbie flmltb..T..P.trlek. Donni E Ider-Scotty.Smith, Steve,Crawford, .Butch GrlKgx'", AlanCrawlord .

x contribute many services in Physical fitness. classes for Charles Smith, John Torode Joe Green.

addition to cash. women will begin Tuesday,
Books Exceed Shelf Gifts smaller scale
Space on a are Sept. 24 at the Starke Recre-
also given the library by Indldlvuals. '

: At Bradford Library books .on For the Instance library's shelves many ory Morning). and classes .
County have been given In memory of will be offered. evening Anne Miller September 20 Macclenny Home November 1 Perry Away

someone. The latest memorial will instruct the morning ses I September 27 Open November. 8 Fernandina Home

This past year there has been I Mrs. Minx attributed the In. books are In memory of Gloria alon, from 9-10 a.m. each Tues', (homecoming)
October 4 St. Augustne Home
an Increase rather than the usual I crease in circulation to the fad t Gibson and Lillian Richards' day. Morning participants will'

decrease In circulation at' that the library has been able t who died in a car-train accident be termed Sllmdowners. October 11 Live Oak Away November 15 Lake City Away
the Starko-Bradford County 1 1, to up the number of books PUT Aug. 8. The books are be- Arne/ plans to organize the
Public Library. chased (She commented thai t in? purchased with money given class Into a club-like group and October 18 Bolles Home November 22 Orange Park Home

Circulation for this flslcal year I some' people had already read I to the library last week by will: use the Bonnie Prudden
Mrs. Evelyn Haney. October 25 Palatka Away November 29 Bishop Kenny Away
(which ends Sept. 30)) has already almost every book in the library.i Method of exercise. Simple exercises -
hit 16,630, an Increase of ) This year the library has The library has two full time' to music will be per ,
1,304 over last year, and this acquired 1,500 new books bring employees-Mrs. Minx and Mr*. formed. After the exercises the

is not counting the month of ing the total number of volumes Scogglns and three part-fine' ladies will be allowed, if they This The Tornado BoostersJOIN
Space Sponsored By Following -
September, Mrs. Carl Minx librarian to about 6,500. The library also, employees Mrs. Fred Grau- desire, to participate In a variety
reported. Mrs. William has 166 records which can be don clerk-typist: Miss Kathy of games such as deck
Scoggins assistant librarian, borrowed. Testone, high school page terns volley ball, badminton
(whose main job is to shelve THE CROWn ENJOY DELICIOUS MALLARD'S 5 & 10
.said that until this year. circulation This is a m I xed blessing,, etc.The
had been steadily decreasing Mrs. Minx pointed out. So many books. evening physical fitness IIR A TORNADO BOOSTER Kentucky Fried Chicken
Your Store
for four years. new books bring up another Members of the Library clan will be held each Tuesday
I problem. There Is not enough Board are Mrs A. R, Norman, evening from 8.9 p. m. The Instructor After The Came We'll I He Open See Us First' for Values:!
room on the shelves to hold the chairman.; Dr. Florence Jen- will be Jeanne Loper, Woodburn's Gem Jewelry 301 NORTH
l books and the card catalog Is nlnl!- co-chairman: Mrs. H. a major In physical education. It.IE. Call St. StarkeLet'8
Burning money? becoming crammed. C. Ritch, Mrs. N. W Cressler This! class will be set up to run i
for The and Mrs. Jeanette Klncald for a 10 week period, and
Mrs. Minx reviewed,
Telegraph the history of the The board's biggest responsibility new participants may join theli li All Support the Team SEE THE'. ALL NEW:

library which started in 1935. is to work with the librarian class after the third session )I STARKE BUILDERS STATE BANK 190!) DODGE( NOW AT
to determine the needsof Mrs Loper plans to have a variety
While the library was started
with the assistance of the WPAit the library and then to go of exercises for condition ,, SUPPLY Member I F. D. I. C. J. E. HARDY AUTO SALES

received its first basic collection to the county and city to get ing and will have exercises I 1320 N. Temple
of 770 books from Mrs.H. the money to meet these needs, geared to meet the needs of the I Iindtvidusls. I
Mrs. Minx said. The board also Good; Luck!
H. Young, who was also EAT 'KM UP TORNADOES-
the library in advl I
an Participants In both classesshould
librarian. At that time the library
i HURST'S SHELL Beloit t of Link BIG( RED!
was in the Woman's Club :Dry capacity. wear loose fitting clothIng i Then Try Our Food! -

Chevron Heating Fuels In- : and was operated on a rental and sneakers with white ,. SERVICE STATION
Artists cotton socks Recreation Director TUCK'S DRIVE-IN Jackson Building Supply
crease your comfort and re- system with a charge of 1C Series I
due fuel cost to a minimum.TANDARD cent a book being charged until Gene Rayburn says The :Meeting Place Before and I CARL) HURST
for. Then No fees will be charged for' U. S. :301) & S. Starke Fla.
: the book was paid \! Sets 9 Nights R. 100 ,
] the book could be checked out the program. We urge all you After the GameGoodman's I YES, YES, GOOD; LUCK( TO IUIS"NOEGEL'S
OIL ladles to participate In this program I I
free of charge.

Call Your Standard OilMAN Mrs. Young( remained librarian Of Fun Frolic pounds, whether or 200 you pounds.weigh Too 100;i: He a Hoosier for the Tornadoes AUTO SALES
in 1956
until her death
IN STARKE when a series of substitute librarians Nine night of entertainment many people have the mistaken I I Service Station I SHUFORD'S STANDARD
K. G. DUNCAN idea that these type classes are
volunteers such Pete
and dedicated featuring names as Seeber Goodman Owner
964-5132 kept the libdary going un- Fountain. Fred Waring and Im- programmed for only the obese i SERVICE STATION Compliments:
til 1958 when Mrs. Edward ogene Coca. are scheduled for -this Is definitely a fallacy IMIatil Truck and TrailersFaulkner's
everyone needs physical exercise Gulf Products Goodyear Tires, Phone !061.7971) !) Walnut at 301 S.
Standard Oil Company((':tncJnKy! ) Burns became librarian. In 1958 this year's Famous Artists Ser
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-flu feel better If will
.. Seven of the nine allows are you give Ave, I'h. !)1-5899( :)
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slated for the Civic Auditorium it a try, Director Rayburn 10.- E. MADISON STREETLETS It E S T WISHES/ '

and two for the Jacksonville states. STARKE;, FLORIDA
Coliseum. The season will open A. J. THOMAS Realtor

with Pete Fountain at the Civic Rainfall Light i GO TORNADOES
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with "Holiday on Ice" at the In Past Week I GIB BROWN We're Proud of Our Coaches and Team '
Now at
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\ and Teicher on Jan. 24; Fred mosquitoes and "love bugs" : ANDREWS DRUGS
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. velop Into a weekly outing for n.................... ".T" you want to donate blood for the Titus or Mrs. Helen Egan. ...............",.,." ............. Karen Reddish of Stance, spent Lakes Garden ,

members of our community. If Melrose Blood Bank YOUTH FELLOWSHIPThe Sunday with their grandparents,

Nil ites you are Interested in learningor MELROSEBy The Melrose Recreation Asso- Teenagers invite all area INDIAN BEACH the Carpenters. Club Members

Keystone perfecting your .square ciation is planning a fried chicken young folk to join them each Mr. and Mrs. Frazier of Tav- Attend WorkshopSeveral

dancing: please contact Mrs. dinner Tuesday, October 1st !Sunday Evening at 7:00: p. m., ares, and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson -

By JIM FOX Clyde Ashton, at 4734113. Joyce Rowe by Ford's Grocery. It will be as they resumed their meetingslast (Luke Santo Fe) of North Carolina were members of the

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414 RECEPTION FOR FACULTYThe from 5:00: to 7:30: p, m. In, case Sunday under the directionof By Michael a. Chfttyh. Sunday visitors of Mr. and of the Lakes Gar
t&AAA&&AA&AA&&A&&AAAU den Club attendedthe
Keystone Heights PTA of rain It will be held at the Myron Prevail. Jr. ? "' -:l1'J1 Mrs. Harris Kimbrough. District .4 Florida Federa-

will honor the school's faculty Congratulations are In orderto Parish House. PRAYER MEETING GROUP .&.&..........&&&... Fred and Corine Thieman of tion of Garden Clubs workshopat
ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS lety held the first monthly with a "get-acquainted" session three families who had new Duplicate Bridge Due to conflict of interest,, -I Jacksonville were down for the the Garden Center In
The autumn board meeting of I meeting of the new season, at and reception, at the cafe- arrivals in their families last Winners! of the Duplicate the previously announced Wed- Greetings friends and :neighbors .:' weekend, after missing several sonville, Sept. 12.

the St. Augustine Deanery of' the Parish Hall. torium this Thursday evening. week. Bridge Club last week were: nesday morning Prayer Group this, is your cold-fighting weeks. Mrs. John Helmuth District
the National Council of Catholic Plans were made for the rum- Guests which Include all residents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knapp Mrs Roland Bryan and Mrs. F. has been canceled and the T01l1ng-<
Women was held on Wednesday, mage sale to be 'held In October of the community, are invited added a boy to their family with T. Hogue, 1st place; Mrs. W. J. evening group will start on hate to say It, but it looks like spent lost weekend at their lake den Mack and Mrs. Susan Rich-
to attend at 8 p. m. the birth of Joseph Knapp Jr. Wednesday evening October cold !season is upon UIt already. home.
September 11th, at the Holiday, :. Additional details regard Grolick and Mrs. John Strawn, ter demonstrated making dried<
at Mr. Joseph Benson; local who was born Thursday, September 2nd place Mrs. 2nd. My father James caught a Mrs. Huckert and Mrs. Heathof
Inn in Starke. ing the sale will be released : C. W. Hardy arrangements. Mrs. Simpson
principal, will introduce the YOUTH HONORED cold after getting wet while Mrs.
12 in Alachua General Keystone were visiting
John Mrs. Har. and Mrs. 3rd
Mrs. Sullivan a later date. R. P. Vogh, place; lectured on Horticulture.
old Deutermann, Mrs. Emery The group conducted the registration faculty. Benson will also .speak Hospital in Gainesville. Little and:! Mrs. Phil Kromer and Mrs. Rev. Leon Milner presented fishing Mother caught It from Jo Strandb"rg Saturday even Those attending from the

Cooper and Mrs. Lena Clemens for the mass and briefly on the Innovations for Joe weighed 5 i.pounds) 13 ounces. Jim Roberts 4th place. three teenagers Misses with Bi- !him, and now it looks like I'm ing.Charlie Garden Club of the Lakes were
the new school year.Don.t bles for their faithful In coming down with it. So I and Vanneta Morris
and the '
members ol the St. William's deanery meeting to( be held at baby came 'home Voter Registration Mrs. Albert Bachmann, president -
be a PARENT DROP the Church School for the past would like to remind you all to of Houston Texas spent the
Altar Society, attendedthe St. Patrick's Church in Gaines- Sunday. Maternal grandparentsare Residents living in Precinct 14 Mrs. Emory Cooper Mrs.
OUT; drop in to meet the new several years All three girls take care of yourselves because weekend with Pete and Joyce ;
meeting. ville, on Oct. 9th. Father Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Joh.i Harps will have a chance to registerIn Sam Gardner, Mrs. Lena Cle-
teachers! Summer colds fun MOIl'113'and
have finished High School. They are no Barton. Sunday the
Following the morning busi- who is moderator for the Sr. of Melrose.
Melrose 1 and
October 5. ments, Mrs. L. C. Striping
all hard shake attendedthe
are the Misses Pat Wrinkle,, very the Jack Millers
ness meeting a luncheon was altar society this year, urged all Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund, Registration books will be at the Mrs R. SchJieberger, Mrs. J.
The Fellowship Club luncheonwas off. And before know it at Salt
Leslie we Festival
Ann Beam and Marcia Hillbilly
held In the party rooms. Dur. ladles of the parish to attend Jr. were blessed with a baby
Home Demonstration Club Tues- M. Wrinkle Mrs. J. W. Warren
held last Thursday at the Winter will be sneaking
Haberstroh. up on
ing the luncheon Father Griffin the deanery meeting tn Gainesville !- girl, born Saturday, September Springs.
day October 1st from 6:00: p. m. Mrs. L. E. Roberts Mrs.
Masonic Hall, with an originalhat PERSONALSMr. us with colds and flu and all Mr. and Mrs. Dime Smith of
assistant pastor of St. Edward's as a special tribute to 14, also in Alachua General. She I
until 9:00: p. m. and Saturday, Mrs. Emily loon. Mrs. Kelly
patty included in the pro- and Mrs. Marshall Beam, that nasty stuff. So again I say Starke and their guests from
Church addressed the Mrs. Joseph Gissy of Starke. weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces and October 5 from 9:00 until 5:00p. and Mrs. C. E. Strickland, Jr.
: :
gram. Judges for the contest Jr. and family attended the be careful and try to stay dry,, I New York, were visiting Mr.
Father David O'Shea, the newly elected
group. Mrs. Cissy Is had not been named at the time
C. E. Mitchell
Everyone who Is not Grepson.
m. registered -
Included Frank Jones, Stanley graduation exercises at Paris most of the time anyway. and Mrs. James Robbins Thursday
moderator for the.deanery, was president of the St. Augustine O'Brlan and A. P. Hallman. this column was written Pater- Is urged to come by and Island Marine Corps when Marshal Last Tuesday, we (Mother,, morning. Sunday, Mr. and The Club will hold its first
the guest speaker.On Deanery. nal grandparents' : are Mr. and register. This will .. meeting! of the year at the homeof
The winners and Individual save you a Beam, their son was Grandmother Copeland and I) Mrs. Carter and .son Jimmy olJacksovllle
'Monday morning of thiswef'k WOMAN'S: CLUB NEWS
categories were as follows: Mrs. Mrs. Carl Hagglund Sr. and trip to Gainesville.In awarded a medal for High ate dinner with my aunt and were visiting. Jimmy Mrs. Albert Bachmann president -
St. William's Altar Soc- Just reminder of the "BackoSchool" -
Nettle Smith prettiest hat; maternal grandparents are Mr. order to be eligible you Marksmanship at the Final Reviews uncle, Cone and Alfred Hud- and Billy Weber spent tile on Lake Geneva Sept.

20th. The school card party bell will on Sept.ring Mrs. Fern Henson most or- and Mrs. W. O. Preston, all of must be 21 or over 'and! have last weekend. Miss Nan- son In Gainesville. While we weekend with their parents the 26, at 1 p. m.Standard.

iginal; and Mrs. WIUlam Beam, Melrooe.Mr. lived in Florida at least one year cy McLean accompanied the were there. Mother visited! Mrs. Robbins.Mr. .
at 10 "Students" will play
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS a.of m.their choice and a Sr., funniest. !hat. and Mrs. Donald Chess and Alachua County at least 6 family. Marshall and the Corps Ida Whitehead in Gainesville Ex- and Mrs. Tom, Norwood Red Crow

cafeteria games style luncheon will be President Ethel Weyman presided man of Jacksonville also had a months. Everyone who lives In were then transferred to Camp tended Care and Nursing Home, hosted a "Going-away Party"for Class To Begin

I served at over the business meetIng baby boy born Thursday Sept. Melrose in Alachua County will LeJuene In N. Carolina. Following .. she Is. hoping to get to come Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O'Brien, A standard Red Cross First

There Is noon.still time to phoneIn which followed the contest 12. He was named Mathew Don vote In Precinct 14. Those wh completion of the train '!home this week. Saturday, Mr. who are moving to Ohio. Guestsat Aid Class will begin Tuesday,

reservations to Mrs. and luncheon. After accepting aid and weighed 6 pounds! 12 do not register will not be able ing. Marshall will have a fur and Mrs. Foster Hayes and two the party Included membersof Sept. 24, at the Keystone

Albert your Bachmann, at 473.4189 Tom Norwood's resignation as ounces. Maternal grandparents to vote in the Presidential election lough. sons Mrs. Shirley Hamel. and their Bridge Club. Heights Fire House at 7 p. m.

or to Mrs. John Bird, at 473- vice-president of the organization are' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mor- Miss Leslie Ann Beam, sisterof Mr. Hayes' Sunday School Mrs. Emory Sullivan will be Classes will be held: Tuesdayand
DIRECTORY President Weyman appointed ris of Melrose. Mrs. ChessmanIs Marsh.aU left with her mother Class ((6 or 8 girls) came out to leaving for Hawaii, September Thursday nights.

I 4709.This card party Is being sponsored Mrs. M Wilcox to fill the former Trudy Morris for Montreal College Mon. our house and had a picnic. 26th. where she will meet her
the unexpired term. The presi-- Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison and They all enjoyed swimming,
,by the Woman's Club treat N. C. where she had en husband, who will be there on
BEAUTY SHOP and the guests who attended dent welcomed Mrs. Martha daughters, Carolyn, Irma and NEWS NOTESBy rolled. This college is her fishing and a ride In Pete and Rest and Recreation! leave from

last year's party enjoyed the Thompson as a new member, Vicki, attended ,a family reunion brother's, Alma Mater. Miss Joyce Barton's AmpM-Car (the Viet Nam.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY costumes of the students, so It and Mrs. Catherine Haddock of at the home of Mr. Tlsons mother Helen Egan: Dorothy Hardenbergh daughter one that travels on land and Dear people as much as 1 UAi

decided to repeat the program Jacksonville was also welcomed Mrs. Mertle Tison of Orange of Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson water). Sunday Otis Melton of hate to ''have to say goodbye already -
SHOP was this. year. as a guest of her sister, Heights. Also attending was their COMMUNITY CHURCH Hardenbergh accompanied Leslie Hampton, ate dinner with us. It looks like that la all -BAPTIST

Edith Owner Mary Wilcox son Bobby of Gainesville The first Fall Meeting of the Sunday afternoon, grandparents the for this
"Johnson Mrs. Henry Schuber, public and and her mother. Miss Patricia my news : week. There'3 First Baptist Church Rev.
Personal &: Creative Hair Styl- ity chairman for the club, said It was reported that Charlie Mr. Tison's brother, Mr. and Church Women was held on Wrinkle daughter of Mr. Hubert and Palma Chitty not a whole lot happening Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun
ing Every Form of Beauty they hope to see as many King, 93 years young member, Mrs. George Tison and children, September 9th In the Educa- and Mrs. Miller Wrinkle has decided of Starke visited us and brought around here these days. Maybe Worship
95 -
School am
day :
Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-0: closed "boys" as were present at lastyear's was expected home shortly from Larry Becky Don, Marl Anne, tional Building. The new Presi- to enter St. John's Jun- us some Bass that Hubert and when everyone gets straightened
session.DUPLICATE the hospital. The club members and JoAnne, of Fairbanks dent, Mrs. Roy Turknett opened ior College at Palatka. Alfred caught Sunday morning. out from going back to Services, 11 a. m. and

NURSERY BRIDGE wish Wm a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe VisIted with prayer; and introduced Mrs. This correspondent spoke to Believe! me, they were delicious, school and work things will 7:30: p. m. Training Cnion.

The Duplicate Bridge Club, Members! of the club were gladto Mr. and Mrs. Frank Well- Axel Malmgren who gave the James McEathron regarding there's nothing better than pick up again. Like I've said 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for

O.C. Carnes Nursery sponsored by the Woman's Club, report that Robert Lambing and and family in Williston Fri- devotionaLs. She is an accomplished Mrs. McEathron thrice post- fresh caught fish. 'before, if it doesn't pick up all services.

Hwy. 100, Florahome 659-2165 meets every Monday at 7:30: p. Is now an outpatient at the day evening artist and her theme poned eye operation. He reported Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and soon I'm !going to have to file -COMMUNITY CHURCH

Nursery Stock Thousand m. in the Municipal Building. Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sapp and was on LOVE, so she had painted that she is resting comfortably children of Jacksonville, were for un-employment.. So, I guPSI'll Sunday School, 9:40: ... m.
Game day will be held Sep a beautiful rose picture from In the Infirmary! connectedwith Sunday afternoon visitors of say so long till next week,
of Plants A Fruit Trees to Now that the weather promisesto children and Mr. and !Mrs Billy Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
choose from Shade Trees Ever- be cooler, it would be nice tember 26th at the Episcopal' Singleton, and children spent which! .she brought the various the Eye and Ear hospital her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. amt "May the good Lord bless Nursery at 11 o'clock service
Parish House. Members and Love thoughts. in Boston, Mass, and was to W. Carpenter. The Reids had and keep all". Now here's.
greens & Landscape: Plants in for new players to join the "re- Saturday and Sunday at Ormond you only. Rev. Leon T. Milner,
containers. gulars." their guests are invited to at-I Beach. Mrs. Leon Milner gave a vivid undergo surgery as of yester- been to Camp O'Lena near High
Leeon.LEEON'S ,
Camellias & Azaleas Last week's winners were as tend at 1:30: p. m. Mls Dee-Dee Rich of JOhn- book review on "Brother An- day. Sept. 18th. Prayers and Springs at a church camp for CORRNER I"at'lr

Let Us Do Your landscaping follows: First place with 38ft' PRO-AM AND INVITATIONALMOST son spent the weekend with Miss drews Journey" through and be- cheer cards will help both Mr. the weekend. Greg, Mark and "Them Bugs" -EPISCOPALSt.

points! Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey SUCCESSFUL::: Vicki Tlson. hind the Iron Curtain when he and Mrs. McEathron, who had (part two) Anne's Church Rev. J

USED CARS |' Bannister; second place with The 6th Annual Pro-Am andMen's Mr. James Wise of Orlando smuggled Bibles to the peopleof an anniversary last week. The Them bugs are back, William'I. Jones, Vicar Ho.ly
'I I Invitational was held at these countries.The church and where they visited old friends
Women They're all the place
37-4 points Mr. and Mrs. Al- was a weekend guest of :Mr. and many over Communion 8 a. m. every
the Keystone Golf and CountyClub business" meeting which friends remembered them.It and relatives. And If ain't careful.
Hanks Used Cars bert Bachmann; and third Mrs. M. C. King ''and their you Sunday. First SundayHolY
place with 34V4' points, Mrs. N. this past weekend. A. daughter, Connie. followed set up the program as is with regret that few people Mr. and Mrs. Houston Dris- They will splatter your face.I Communion 8 a.. m. and 9:30:
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Hopkins and Mrs. A. James. large field on contestants pasted Michael Cheeseman of Jack- outlined by the Executive Com- knew of Mrs. Ruth Ohison'slong coll have returned from a six don't know where they came a. m. Second, third, and four-
TERMSBUY JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB scores for this weekend mittee. Mrs. Bert chrlstoffers Illness and confinement to weeks visit with relatives and from
SELL TRADERt. tournament, according to the sonville is visiting his grandparents In her Welfare describedthe friends in Rhode Island and th Sundays Morning Prayer -
The Junior Woman's Club had report her home most of the summer. But I certainly know where
Mr. and Mrs Howard( 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer -
1 Mox 90 tournament committee. and New Jersey. They spent a
their first business meeting for improvements programs Her cousin, Mrs. Margareite they are.:
Bury. 100 8 Miles 8.! Stark the new year last Thursday Area golf professionals and Morris. of the Keystone Campof Grennon spent part of the sum- month with Mrs. Mlllicent Dug There's about a hundred thousand -Sunday, 7 p. m. Holy Days
their team members posted Miss Cindy Moore, daughterof Mr. DriscolTs niece and will be announced.
evening at the Clay Electric the Salvation Army on Crys- mer with relatives and friends gan ,
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Conference room. Members and fine scores for the Pro-Am held Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore tal Lake. Each August under in Illinois, but returned home attended his grandniece's wedding Splattered all over our car.

their guests were In attendance. on Friday. Pro Bobby Fanning celebrated her 8th birthday Saturday the direction of Dr. Florence last week. in Newport, Miss Leslie Out between Keystone, and -LUTHERAN

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Plans were coordinated for of Fernandina Beach Golf and The family celebrated the Jennings a group of children We are happy to hear that J. Hole. They then spent the rest Starke, Divine Worship, 11.. m.
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Country Club, posted a 68 to occasion with a. trip to Crescent of their vacation In the homeof 2nd
fund-raising drives for the new and their mother's enjoy the Azzle Williams! \ and his good Them bugs are like sheet. Sunday. Holy Communion,
ARE TUB: BEST FROM The members decided to place his team In first place for Beach. factl.tles of the Camp. Throughthe wife> Irene have been able to Mr. Driscoll's sister and husband If decide to start eat Sunday Services held each
year.act as chairman for the annual the day's competition. Pro Bill! Mr. ,and Mrs. C. A. Ford honored various churches needed I make some visits to relatives the Harrison Batchelderof ing you them ever bugs. Sunday at St. Anne's Epis-

Edward's Building PTA Carnival, which will beheld Stott and members from Cecil the bag boys at their store clothing and particularly bathing In Georgia, and really vacationfor I Tuckerton N. J. While there You could fill your freezer with copal Church. William Wise,
in October at the City Field took second place honors. with a party at Gold Head suits are always needed. Azzle at Cedar Keys his they witnessed the marriage ofa meat.
Supply, Inc. Park. There was a tie for third place I Branch Sunday afternoon. They Mrs. Chrlstoffers collect contributions "fishing home". He is improving granddaughter, Lydia Seals of
126 8. Main-372-4844 Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Donoghuewill between the teams of local pro I. enjoyed hot dogs swam and of clothing and money nicely and returns home Hammondton N. J. You know, it really scares me, Vicar.KEYSTONE
f} FLA host a party for membersand Lea Stephenson. and Ray High- hiked. Those attending includedthe which she turns over to Dr. this week. Mr. Roland Coutu of Hillcrestwas As I think of my dream last

their husbands, on Satur- smith of Ironwood. boys Mike Mills Allan Gil- I Jennings. This year the Community Once again we welcome newcomers the driver of the car when night.
WATCH REPAIRS day, September 28th. This will Mitch Fields. 20 year old lett, James and Jeff Hayes and Church brought ten I to Keystone Area. Mr. the Drlscoll's made their trip What In the world would we

be a covered dish dinner startIng golfer from Jacksonville's Du- Tommy Whitton and their bathing suits n her report she and Mrs. L. L. Grant have re- and returned with him last ever do.

Anthony Crawford at 7:30: p. m. Be sure to Clay Golf & Country Club guests described the Improvements be- tired to their home on Lake Thursday. He too. had an extended If wish them bugs started to bite.I Drive-in TheatreFri.

mark this date on your calen posted scores of 70-69 to take Mrs. Maggie Steinert Is home ing made at the Camp, with a Geneva on rt. 100. visit in New England someone could figure
Watch Repair Sevice dar. first place In the 2-day Men's from the 'hospital. Her sister. hospital and in the future a Mr. and Mrs. Cecil (Rose) viding his time between dI-j) How to make them bugs go

SQUARE DANCING Invitational. Ronnie Tumlln, of Mrs Maude Robinson is staying Senior Citizens group for the O'Brien are leaving us, for married daughter the away. ., Sat.-Sept. 20, 21
All :Makes\ and Models ACTIVITIESOn Palatka was Medalist In the with her for a while. older folk of lesser income Under I which many regrets are expres. Blongastolner In Ashland Mass; I And find a place they'd like so

Wednesday evening of this Tint round of play with a 69. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lee of the direction of Major Em- sed They are moving back to mother daughter and husband much. The Thomas
Phone 473-4219 week, area square dancers Meredith Henry, of University Neptune Beach spent last week- ory Frlerson of the Salvation their hometown of Euclid, Ohio. the: Edwin Langlll of Waltham,, Till there they would go 'and

Keystone Heights, Fla. gathered at the American Legion Club of Jacksonville, was sec- end with her parents, Mr. and Army, Jacksonville.The The new owners of the O' Mass. and two sons, Walter and I stay.
Hall for evening of dancing ond In the Championship! Flight Mrs. C. P. Perry. Prayer Group that was Brien home will be Mr. and Prank: Roland, Jr. In the same But, I guess until that happens.
Hlway 100 254 Miles East of with of 6975. Palatka There is not much we can do. Crown Affair f
and fellowship. Bill Camp scores Miss Carolyn Tison and Jim- scheduled to start Sept. 18th at Mrs. Ralph Barker from Balti-
Keystone Heights a professloal caller from Jack- golfer Guy Sapp was third with my Richbourg\: of Gainesville visited 9:30: aa. m. has been canceled more, Md. who Is transferring urea.Word( was received last week I But drive mouth carefully: and keep,
of the scores of 7375.Winners Carolyn's and indefinitely. here with the DuPont organi if the tragic death of Mrs. our shut
sonville, In charge parents. Mr. I with Steve
was McQueen
hope that
; well
Watch for Sign In Frontof for Championship sister-in-law,I pull
zation. Clarence Slpe's
Mrs. Dock Tison, and family Mrs. Barry Wyman Bazaar
musical arrangements.It through.: I
House "B" Flight included the follow- Mrs Lottie Weinsensteln in But- I
Chairman for
Is I hoped that this can de- Friday evening. Booth Decoration Once again, John and Eliza
ing: Phil McDilda, first place Members of the Christian! Fellowship displayed her floor plan, under 'beth Hlmble have enjoyed a ler. Pa. She passed away two

-' Ironwood; Terry Catlett sec- Class of the United the theme, "Holiday House of motor trip to Mr. Hlmble's lays after an explosion and firen I I
ond place, Selvina Marina; anda Gifts." Kris will hometown I her Mobilehome. RETIREMENT AHEAD?
REGISTRATION NOTICEClay 3-way tie for third place be- thank Methodist everyone Church who would helped like to to feature the Kringle many booths attractive I of Johnstown, Pa. ._ I

tween Jack Vidal Gainesville make their rummage sale BO gifts made by members and at
County Supervisor of Elections, S. D. Saunders Robert Harris Brentwood, and successful.The the Workshop. The working

urges each and every person to register and Joe Petrock of Keystone Junior ,Woman's Club is folks attending the Weekly Introducing.

vote in the November" General Election. The dead- Heights.Other local winners includedthe sponsoring a Bake Sale to be workshop have lent much enthusiasm # .

line for registration is Saturday, Oct. 5. following: Wally Muhlhofer held at the Post Office Saturday and their! Interest and
cooperation has brought
second position. 5th Flight; Don September 21. at 8:30: a. m. a
For the convenience of the public five branch registration Shackleford( second place, 6th There will be a Story Hour at Lean change in scheduling! Mrs. Mc- G RENE at Nell'sStyle 6
and Mrs. Turknett feel
offices will be open as follows: Flight: Jim Wlldt, third place the Melrose Library Saturday, I '
so grateful for the Interest and
September 21 sponsored by the Shop Melrose ", '" :
7th Flight; Blister Alken. second with 2 ,
only a few weeks to
Mon., Sept 23 Thru Fri., Sept. 27-5 to 8 P. :M. place, 8th Flight; and Char- Melrose Action Committee. It that the weekly meeting will go be
will start at 10:00: and is for
No. 1-Orange Park, Mrs. June Nelson's residence, Flight.lie McGlave, third position 8th children from kindergarten resumed; 1 1. e every Wednesday Specializing in hair coloring, style per- I
at 10:00.2:00
morning : : p. m.
670 Nelson St. Local golfer Charlie McGlave through third grade.Mrs. Albert
with a pause for soclalibllity manents, precision haircuts, and facials.
Schoeneman will be the reader
cannot boast of capturing a
No. 2-\readowbrook.: Mrs. Ellen OldfieJd's residence birdie on any of the holes, but this week. It is hoped that this sandwiches around the and luncheon a beverage.table of

.. 240 ISJairmore Blvd. ask him about the "squirrel" he will be a monthly project. The Sept. 23 meetlnawill be

got on the 8th hole. I have I The Melrose Blood Bank is held In the Junior Sunday Special for Tues. and Wed.
3-Dactor'FI Inlet
Mrs. Dot Lowe's residence ..J
heard of hunting out of season, I still in need of Blood. .Anyone School Room. I
Woodpecker Lane. but never golfing I interested in donating blood, i
HERE 'N THERE contact your minister or someone Mrs S. E. Kennedy and cochairman : Permanents
No. 4-Clay Hill-Middleburg, Mrs Maxine Dees' Mrs. Floyd Koons 2 Save for
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chance from the .Melrose (Action $15 now
and her Circle Members will
residence, Middleburg.No. of New York City, are home fora Commute or go by Aalchua hostess the Family Nlte Dinner, I For Only
visit with Gary's mother General Hospital and tell them
5-5Keystone Heights) Waterworks office Mrs. Sept. 25. Members are asked to Your
Mrs. Ray Chance of Garden BRING A FRIEND Sunniest
Koons. bring an extra portion or two Days
Dorothy Street. Gary and his wife have
of their covered dish to providefor
enjoyed skin trips to Daytona officiated at the i

Also Open Sat., Sept. 28-9 A, M. to 5 P. M. Beach and St. Augustine. Karens aunts,' Mrs. ceremony.Karolyn provide the the thirty program.guests who will Open Tuesday and Thursday Look ahead a little and have a lot more happiness

Dr. and Mrs. Charles WU-- Jackson and Miss Janet Kauf- EveningsBy In retirement
helm and two children are visiting Although it is a month away your year A program of systematic
Additional hours!'! for registration mann were sponsors.
at Supervisor'soffice Mrs. Don Wallace Chairmanof deposits in your savings account liberal
Green Cove with Mrs. Wilhelm's par Maternal grandparents are Appointment OnlyNell's our
Springs: ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. "Bo" Mr and Mrs. George Kaufmannof the Rummage Sale requests interest will help give you care-free security.

Tues. Oct. 1-7 Henderson. Keystone Heights Mr. and that folks start now collecting.
to 9 P. M.
Karen Lynn Clark, Infant Mrs. Charles Clark, of KeystoneClub She will personally call for articles -

Thurs., Oct. 3-7 to 9 P. M.\ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Estates, are paternal The if you call her at 4744924. Style ShopNELL KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
Clark of Keystone Club Estates grandparents. Bazaar will have Kris

Sat., Oct. 5-9 .\. M. to 1 P. 1 M. Lutheran, was christened Church on in Sunday the Following. and Mrs.the Clark ceremonies.Mr. entertained. saleable Kringle's articled Thrift Shoppe of Bazaar so DUNCAN RENE SCHREINER FDJ.C. Keystone Height. Fla."Your .

Regular Hours: Mon. Thru Fri., 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. morning(')>tember 8th. Rev. family and friends with a dinner value. kindly save for the! CALL 475-5285 Friendly Bank Tn Your Friendly
booth, or call Mrs Charles MELROSE
I Robert Besilskl, of Gainesville, party at their: home. Community.

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THURSDAY. SEPT. 19, 1W18 mtAitPom' > romrrr Tn..'nn<.... NTARW14 wotaam' Rrrtloii Three Puqre Three.

Mrs. Alphle Porrlali of Au- -- NORTIISIDK BAPTISTCHURCH u, ..hr" 4 '
burndale spent last week with ; .i1a4
BROOKERBy Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and Let's Go Located on BayleM HUhwaj

family. [SR 225] at Ralford Road
Pvt. Phil Gainey is spendinga ISR 16].
few weeks with his mother, Gardeuing. Services: Sunday School 10
Mrs Betty Witt. Pvt. Oalney' a. m.; Sunday Morning Wor

has just finished his basic1 ship 11 a. m.; Training Union,"
training 'at Ft. Benning and By, Bervey; Snarpe. EditorPtorUm
PFC Patrick W. Castlen and 6:30: p. m.; Evening/ Service,,
win to Ft. Gordon Ga. when Agrloultural JEz-:
go ,
Barbara Ann Williams were 7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service;
united in marriage in Jackson- his leave Is up. -.aCID ServI Wednesday 7:30: -Rev, Glenn
)Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiggins -
ville, Sept. 4. Mrs. Castlen is Lawhon, paator.
the daughter of Mrs. Margie and family 'of Virginia The first attribute of a professional -
Beach, Va. spent several days
Williams of Jacksonville and entomologist Is to BAYLESS HIGHWAY
Ernest Williams of Brooker. this month with Mr. and Mrs. know his Insects, the presidentof BAPTIST CHURCH; LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
Pfc Castlen !is the eon: of Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins. the Florida Entomological Sunday School, 10 a. m.?:
Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, and An Investment In Your Future
Joyce Stokes of Brooker, and Society declared. in a presidential Morning Worship Service, 11 1 Sunday School 10 a. m
Edward B. Castlenj of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wigginsand address in Clearwater last a, m.t Training Union 6:30: Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
family of Gainesville were
ville. Hn Is. serving week. p. m.: Evening Worship. 7:30: I
a paratrooper Evening Worship 8 p. m.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
in the United States Wiggins Sunday. The professional entomologist p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesda TEIfl CtHhICEIti

Army. He received his basic Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamil- should not have just knowledgeof Prayer Mooting. Wed., 7:30p. : 8 p. m. Sing earn Friday at r''
training in Ft. Benning Ga., some insects but should m.; O. A. Meeting Wert., m. Rev. Harvey Lane,
ton spent last weekend in p. pas
served seven months with the know' something about all insects 7:30: p. m.: Choir Rehearsal, tor
Charleston, S. C. Mr. Hamilton
south Airborne Infantry in on business for the Clay Electric that he encounters in tits I Wed., 7:30: p. m.f! Brotherhood ,'...... v. % *x x: v. vA v, K K KX X Mainz, Germany. He left Oak contacts with the public President meeting., last MondayIn CALVARY BAPTIST :&:-KwX'XXxyxyfei :;::: !: : :
Co-op. Dr. L. A. Hetrick, professor ti
land California Sept. 12 for
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ed- each,, month. Rev. David (
Viet Nam. Mrs. Castlen is residing of entomology. Universityof Sunday School, 10 a. m
wards visitin ,
of Bradenton were pastor }
in Jacksonville at this Florida, said. Morning Worship, 11 a. m i
time. f Mrs. Eva Harrell Tuesday.Mr. "Today there are too many CRUISE IN THE OFF-SEASON i
and Mrs. Kenneth Russ Church of Jesus Cljr.ut of Tralnlrg UnIon 6:30: p. an
BRIDAL SHOWER specialists on particular groupsof
and son of Gainesville were vis- not Latter-Day Saints Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer
insects and -
elect Miss of William Linda Hagar Han-ell, bride iting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes \!practitioners. enough An entomologist general 1416 East Call St] Meeting, Wednesday 7:3fp. : Although most people prefer to take their 0 aid, "But thou, when thou pmyest, enter

honored with a miscellaneous was and Mrs Ethel Russ. Wed- who knows his insects Services: m.-Rev. R. U. Butler cruise during the peak of the season for all [] into thy closet, and when thou heat shut thy''
nesday. Priesthood, 8:45 Sunday paste
: ;
also has backgrouund know.
bridal 12 at the.shower Brooker Thursday.Civic Center.Sept. Recent visitors of Mr. and ledge of their 'hosts, their bio- School, 10:00: Sacrament the glamour,excitement, and crowds it offers, g door, pray to thy Father which it in secret:

Hostesses were Mrs. BUI Big- Mrs WUUana Hicks were Mr., logy, and their ecology," the 11:00.: HEILBRONN BAPTIST others enjoy the quiet and restfulness of the 0 and thy Father which teeth'in secret shall
and Mrs. Bill Wilson and daughter
stated. Branch President CHURCH IIiWAY 16 N.
ham, Mrs. Howard Douglas, of California: and Mr. and i in reward thee openly.' ; The real Joys of prayer :
Mr*. Bobby Dyal, Mrs. Earl "To know one's insects is no Dean Hansen, 964-6278 off season cruise. Tourists are not present g
Sunday School, 9:43: a. m
Mrs. Wilson Russ and son, Zeb,
Green, Mrs. Doris Kelley, Mrs. of Apopka. small! task. There are perhapsu' FIRST ASSEMBIOF.GOD Morning Worship 11. Training such great numbers; interesting places can 0 are truly found when you are praying alone ?;

Mrs.Tom Markey Dick Mrs. J.and R. Mott Mrs., Mrs. Emma Lou Tomlinson I in the many Class u a Insecta million, with species each OF STARKE Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser be visited more, leisurely and at greater 0 with God. The scripture.. says to be [instant in
and eons, Frank and Eric, "enjoyed -, species'having' either three or West Weldon St. and Ralford vIce 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
0 and out 'of
Jim Temple. season season. It}
Service 7:3o-Rev.. L length.
a week's vacation visitingMrs. four differentappearing stages t Road, : Tommy
SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY Tomllnson's parents in.. 1n'development, ,"_ Dr. ttecncK Howe, pastor.GRAHAM Some people prefer to pray only when they 0 The church would'encourage you to pray
Mrs. Linda JechooU"10:00 am.: .
Cox entertainedher Louisiana.! r I Sunday : ...
Girls Intermediate Sunday Mr. and Mrs.W. C. Stalna.kerl ,Laid No stogie, entomologist can be 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; BAPTIST CHURCH are in church or at some great public gathering g both in church and at home.: Prayer can up-

School Class with an outdoor and family enjoyed week's familiar 'with all the diverse 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: where the prayers are led for them. But 0 hold, support, and strengthen our churches,
hamburger fry at her home p. m. "Evangelistic Services. Sunday School 10 a. m.
vacation in Gatlintourg, and be able
be should
Friday night: Cherokee'N.' C. to species readily but"-recognize all order Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid- Morning Worship. 11 a. m. cur Lord said to pray In the "off-season." He 0 ourselves, and our country.

A number of people in our Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stalnaker and most famines Dr. Hetrick Week Prayer Meeting. and 7 p. m.-.Rev. Xeland A. o ..
community have been on our of Titusvllle spent the told the entomologists. The Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. Baker, pastor I

sick list lately Mrs. C. L. Atkinson weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. task Is ao large that It can Thursday Visitation' 10 l&Sx Wxwrrara*:*: '
has been confined to C. Stalnaker and family. hardly be compared with know a. m. and 7 p. m. 1 '.o: M''
her bed for about 4 weeks now. Harlan Smith of Winter Hav- ledge required of workers in HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH \ ) > 5 r 71114 -

after stepping on a nail. Mrs. | en spent several days last week other h1ghly-<<-espected professions [Highway 100 at There sa] NEW RIVER BAPTIST l *

Lula Mae Baxter is now recu- with: Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey he believes. Classroomand i Sunday School. 10 a. m. "Jy
Training Union 8:30
perating from major surgery Green and family and Mr. and laboratory instruction is : p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

and Is at home. Mrs. Leona Mr. Leroy Stokes and family. helpful, but the Individual en-I Morning School-10 Worship-11 a. m. Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening -
Wiggins, still up and going, but Mrs. Llnnie Parker of Gain tomologist must be sufficiently a. m Worship a p. m.
has suffered illness in the and Evening Worship-7:18: p. m.
an esville was visiting Mr. interested to continue to train Wednesday night service
past week. Mrs. C. J. Stalnaker: Mrs. Leroy Stokes and family 'himself and Increase his back- Wednesday Night Prayer 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome -
has been ill at her home, but is and, the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. ground knowledge, Hetrick Servces-7:30 p. m. Rev. Merle -I L. Parker, pastor
now able to be up and about. Parker last week. Packham, pastor

Melvin Bristol of New York Mrs. Mattie Davis of Graham said.Correct Identifications are CHURCH 'OF CHRIST

has returned to his home after was visiting Mrs. Pearl Markey paramount to competent entom- CHURCH; OP GOD Sunday: Bible Study; 10
spending several days with his and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson last the President !F
ology, pointedout. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Stalks. a. m.; Morning Worship and ;
brother and family, Mr. and week. Examples of worthless
Sunday School 10
a. m. Wor- Communion Service 11 .
Mrs. Ronald m.
Bristol and family. identification are referring to l!
Services 11 m. and
I midges and crane flies as mosquitoes 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Evening services 6:00.: I I

or winged reproductiveants Friday 7:30: p in.-Rev. L. S. Wednesday Worship service ....tt,. ..' . .. ... ... .. .. .. ..' .. ..... ,. ..' ." .. ... '
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as termites, :::::::':':'
NEED READY l I "Every entomologist should Williams. MARK'S, pastor.ST. EPISCOPAL. .1 p. no. Minister Jack P.I.1 jmr D:Uivnh;: h MI::offtfriri o.n< I" :Hilt 1 ward;l::<:pi;. 4i l*;li:"W; :t;<: !:: : 'fii : :1;;;!
s practice public relations. Our ::::: hi mm. Hid il''Nit 4.irw4.. .. lor mm to,..,..*,U'Hal'' 'Iwo! byl.vinshknoihb.rWNM4 l :::::

== terminology can be simplified DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH NORTIISH BAPTIST ::::: IMt 1..lInt.! In Wit lo.. of l M, n* tmrrnimt., a teary w .ry II* Hie wl"I *"* ; .::::

CASH &oS i for logical explanations to the BROOKER ::::: ,."'..". ti* tin 'Itndtmi .hkh ..hold u ix will fcmllokly" jwi*... !hll""" "'.. : .: :::;:

?? layman. We should use the ap- CHURCH :::;: '"m. Mlflili ,.In! .t .1.! .. Mil .....Id wn. K H"Ckwik l for Iht .....1"l "lt". .*<.. -=.' !::

proved common name for insects Sunday SchOOl 10 a. m. Schedule of services: Sunday ::::: of> hlmwll' ond i hit lamll,. l"r."* ">'at. l how....,..H, M..." ihwU uphold sad I"" ::::;? ..
when one is available," Morning Worship 11 a. m. School, 9:45: a. m Morning '::::: tkipot In "Hw" than Lows II 'Mil .Nit Hull! .b.., mm'I Ills, ixah' end dllllo'l H. "'.;'01 :;:
For Back-to- TIME he said. Training Union 6:30: p. m. Worship, tO:4J: a. m. :::::: eels' which ..... will Hi him "I'M Ie t U.. .. .ihM il, M. :r::::{:
I, Dr. Hetrick tola the entomologist I 1 Evening Service 7:30.: Rev. Training Union, 6:45: p. m. I' :::::: C&...Ad...... :.:.:

School Needs? that professional workers 11 Lacy Conway pastor. Evening Service, or:'5.. MidWeek :;::::::::::;:::i\i::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::;::;;::::::::::::;:::::;:::;:;:!:::;:;:::::::;:::::!:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:;:::;:::::::::;:;:::;:::::;:::::;::;:::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::;\ i
should perform their own work I Prayer Service WednesdAY -

and not depend on their assist BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45: p. DS

.CLOTHING FOR THE CHILDREN ants and technicians.: "In observing m.:1
Sunday School, 10 a ; HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE
how some entomological FIRST PRESBYTERIAN FAULKNER
Worship, 11 a. m;
investigations are con- Sunday School, 9:45: aIL "
Evening Worship, .7:30: p. m.;
ducted, I am somewhat reluctant /
I Prayer Meeting 7:30 : Morning: Worship 11 a. m. GULF SERVICE
OK VACATION EXPENSES CAN BE to accept the results," he : p. m.
I Wednesday-Rev. J C. Heaters Tout) Tellowshlp, 6 p. m.
CONSOLIDATED Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
INTO ONE PAYMENT: said. Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
pastorMORGAN Choir
"As entomologists we should practice Wednesday, U-HAUL RENTALS

not expect to work by the clock. ROAD CHAPEL 8 p.m. Tire Tru-ing
Come See Us! I Insects do not confine their Rev. Robert D. Burctu Truck Trailer

activities to an eight-hour day Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Headlight Adjusting
We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile I week. The real contributions to School. 11:00: a. m. Morning RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH; Complete Lubrication Brake Service

our knowledge come from those Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training il.
Purpose Schedule of
persons devoted to learningmore Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Minor Tune-Ups Wheel Balance
School, 10 a.m. Worship, 111 ::; :..;:.;, and
about insects, regardlessof Services. 1st and 9A: Wednea ,
what the time requirementsmay a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training 21-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
$25.00 TO $600.00 night-7:00: p. m. Family '
be," the speaker emphas- Night. Union, 6:30: pm. Rev. Jack 1011 N. Temple I Avenue
ized. Stolte pastor.KiNGSLEY Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Union, 7:00: p. m. !:Evenln
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Some 300 scientists attendedthe PHONE 964-5899
Worship. All Minor
51st annual meeting of the LAKE BAPTIST 210 S. Temple Starke Repairs

226 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964.7449 Florida Entomological Society! MADISON STREET CHURCH; 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Sunday Sept. 15 Sunday I Training Union 6:15: p. -t LAWSON
ers School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship, Evening Service 7:30: p. m.j SUPPLIES, Inc.

i 3 11; Youth Choir practice, 4:30: ; Midweek: Prayer
I Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45: : Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Corns Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC.
Training Union; 6:15: ; WMU let us worship together Rev.

Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Allen Price, pastor. Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 AND COLD STORAGEWe

Worship, 7:30.: PINE LEVEL BAPTIST We Specialize In Custom Slaughter-
Monday RA meeting, 6:30: Sporting Goods 11 A. 11 1. to 2 P. M.
Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Sunday School: lo a. m Jag, Cutting and Wrapping

7:30.: Church Choir practice Morning Worship 11 a. m "Check With Us First"
8:30.: Pre-Servlcea (Booster bano.: Buffet Dinner $1.74 Prepared for Deep (Freeze

FIRST UNITED METHODIST Young Peopla, an& Pray 219 Washington St. 9G4-S270 5 I". M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

d CHURCH STARKE Service], 6 p. m. Kvenln:

Sunday Worship. 7 *A m. Midweek U. S. 301 North Ph. 961-7600 RETAIL
Church School, 9:45a. :
Service. Wednesday. 7:30
: p Phone 964.7059
m.: Morning Worship, 11:00a :
m.: MYF Snack Supper 6:00: m. E. R. Bowers. D. D. pastor. FLORIDA

A" v; p. m.; MYF Meetings, 6:30: p.1m. BOATDRAIN; BAPTIST \. DAD & BRAD SALES
ice; .; Evening Worship, 7:30: p. CHURCH. STARKE
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Monday Prayer Group, Morning/ Worship, 11 a. m. MODULAR HOMES

10-00 a. m.WednesdaY'. Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng ONTROL CLEANERS

Younger Chil Worship, 8 p. m. Prayer 21Ft. Wide

dren's Choir. 3:00: p. m.f: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8. p A CXEMICU CO. Under 'New Ownership

; ... Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30P. : Rev. Virgil Lovett, pastor.SMYRNA Also 12-Ft. Wide
m. m'-j Your Certified Master

.zs. >,.. ,.. .. Thursday Chancel Choir I : ,\ MOBILE HOMES: Cleaner
Can tell of handier Rehearsal 7:45: j>. m. BAPTIST CHURCH ,I I
you me a Friday '- older Children's I 539 E. Call St. Starke, Flo. Campers and Traveltrailers Free Moth-Proofing'
way to keep a close checkon Choir Rehearsal ,33Q; ; ,p. m. services 63.: W.: Sunday Pratt St.School.Bundaff 10a. Phone 961.5745 for FREE Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery ,.r- '

your finances? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .. m. Preaching 11 a. m.; Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320 961-570/'
Training Union 8:45: p. m. 311 N. Temple Ph.
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That is, a handier way than having a per- ing. Sunday Worship School.11; 9:45 sermon: : Morn"A Evening Worship, 7 p. m.I ,"

sonal or family checking account here- !Living Sacrifice to God." Nominating Everyone welcome Elder: WILLIAMS BRADFORDABSTRACT J

with handy checkbook stubs as a running Committee Meeting, A. O. Flynn, pastor. fI f EDWARDSJEWELRY
.i 5:13: ; Training Onion, 6:13: ; I
record of expenditures; handy canceled Evening Wonohlp. 7:30: .sermon FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH: CO.

checks that automatically become easy-to- "I Magnify My Office." Sunday Services: Sunday Grocery and Market

find! rpreipts! Monday- Thursday Sunday School. 9:45: a.. m. Morning Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries-Meats-Feed
School Preparation Week stu- Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening

Start checking here NOW! dy 7-9 p. m. There will be Service, 6:30: 11). m. Midweek Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

classes for all age groups. Service, Wednesday;, : p.
TuesdayJunior Choir Practice m. Charles Reese minister.ST. BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards

Member Federal Deposit Insurance 3:30: ; Primary Choir Practice
Corp. 4:20.: -W. A. Hogan pastor. MARK'S EPISCOPAL 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. :301 South Starke
One of 30 Bank of the Florida National CHURCH. I
.. .. Sunday services: Phone 961-7061 158 W. Call Ph. 96I-6881 PHONE 964-5312
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist
U.95- Bradford County; Tele
I graph. Ph. 064.6306.TYPEWRITER 9:30: a. m. Church Softool. I CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
10:30: a.. m. Family Service

RENTALS; (Holy Eucharist tat and 3rd Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

'. *'BANK: 1( KT 1 ,SIEKE: '1 : : 964-4SOS.ford Day, County week, or Telegraph month.:-"-"Phone Brad' If- Sundays and J.4th Thomas; Sundays Morning Staab.). Prayer Rector 2nd | Electrically": -Keystone Heights.-Phone 473-4911 ,..

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THURSDAY, 19.."..IMS,. ( FLORIDA Swrlnn 1 Three PARA Fonr

town of the danger of falling training,9 Ronald was sent to met, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack \\After spending a week with her Santa Fe JC Sheriff Shows
I limbs I California and, mpdnhla: return. Green and Nathan.On niece Hilda Milliken, In Ocala. i
During the City Election held. he'will be stationed in Germany.We Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lon- (Mrs. T.'T". Brown returned home EnrollmentStill
on Sept. 10 the follow..!? olh- are glad to report that ale Melton and Otis travelled to on Sunday. Steady Gains (tIn
H. dais were elected: Mayor Ernest Marvin William. came home St. Augustine where! they visit' "Enjoying a Oocpel Sing In BoomingThe
I Green; Clerk Lillian Ingen- Friday after/[ spending! about a ed with their son-in-law and I Jacksonville on Saturday at the Recovery I
lath; Marshall, Henshel Parker; week In. tha! Alachua:: General daughter. Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence old Beaver St:eet Baptist enrollment bocm is still
I and Councilman Fat) Glover, Hospital ''Where he had undergone Hagan and family. Accompanying Church were the families of on Vice at Santa Fe Junior College Sheriff P. D. Reddish is Improving -
President for Student Affairs
Don Hill and Edward Saxon. minor surgery. the Melto.w: were Mr. and George Kennan and Tracy Jones Clifford R. LeBlanc said steadily and it Is hoped
I BRIDAL SHOWER Friends of Mrs. Irene JoneS Mrs. Irvin McConaghy. Sunday! guests 'ol: Mr. and that he will be released from
A bridal shower honoring Miss will ,be glad to learn that she Mr. and Mrs Robert, Darrah Mrs. Dan Johnson were their today. I St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville
Mary Lou Cooper bride-elect of too is now at :home after being and Pat returned home :Friday son-in-law and tighter, Mr. Noting that over 1,600 students during the weekend his
Fred Peeples was held Saturday discharged'! from the Bradford after spending a week visiting and Mrs. James Broome of! have already pra-reglster-: office reported Tuesday
I at the Hampton: City Hall. A lavender County Hospital where she spent with relatives la BellaJre. Onto. Gainesville.On .ed for the fall term (Term II) Sheriff Reddlah entered the
i and white color schemewas five days. Upon their return trip the Dar at College Dr. LeBlnnc urged hospital: on Aug. 19 for Ma second
,W. en'Tied': out while the Dubb Carter who Is still a patient rahs stopped in West Virginia to Saturday Irez Colemanand prospective ,students) to avoid operation in two month.
Evelyn both! of Jacksonville
"lovebird' motif was carried cut In the VA Hospital in pick up Robert's aunt Mrs. Mil the last minute enrollment Both operations! have been for
in the party 'decorations, re- Gainesville, celebrated his birth dred Waddell. On Monday !Mrs. visited with their mother crush which took place last year tho removal of kidney stones
Y freshments and games. More day on Monday 'with tile members Waddell 'was saddened to learn Mrs. Leila Oox. by contacting the Student Affairs and both were from the same
than 40 friends enjoyed the of his family present.! We of the death of her niece.A Mr. and Mrs Frank !Hardin Office as soon as possible.He kidney. The second operation
games and refreshments with continue/' to wish him, a speedy recent visitor in the Foster. of Jacksonville visited with Mr. point 3d out that there Is was: performed on Sept. 2.
prices being won by Joann For- recovery and also want to wish Hayes home( was Betty's :nephew and Mrs. K. B. !Watterson on still time for either new or returning The Sheriff's office reports
sythe Nancy Benckowsky and him a.very happy birthday.Mrs. Jimmy Patterson from Patter- Wednesday of last week." str::dents to complete that the doctors seem very
.. i Shirley Hainel. .Mary Blrt and Mr. Verdo sonvllle Ga.Young Jimmy, who Mrs. Clifford !Prevatt and Mr. the enttre registration: process' pleased with his progress..
PERSONALS Salter, both recently celebrated accompanied an uncle here !lathe and Mrs. K. B. We, hereon spent for the fall term which begins
\Serviceman Ronald Rhode. birthdays and were feted on Friday ,son of Lamar and Frances part of Tuesday afternoon in on October 1. WORLD WAR I '
who has just completed I. C. T. night with a steak supper. Patterson, former residents of Lake/ Geneva. Dr LeBlanc said registration VETS TO MEET '
school In Fort Ord Calif., arrived The supper was held at the Hampton.Mrs. For the tnn: Is set for Septem- Veterans of World War I win
s home Wednesday to spend Blrt's lake place on Santa. Fe Eve Metvefee of Jacksonville ber 27 and 30 and that pre-re- meet Friday Sept. 20, at 2:30P :
5 days leave with !hU parents and in addition to the Blrts and came on Monday to spend gl'trnt'on' processing will be m. in the old Armory on
Mr. and Mrs. (Leroy Rhoden.I Saltere others enjoying the occasion several days with her sister Mimeo Paper Bond cone_ ,led. right up to the registration North Temple Ave., Commander
Hospital Sports New Serving Carts Upon completion of his basic I were Bro. and ;Mrs. Ha- Mrs. Ida Wiggins Ilradfort Paper Notebook Fillers. period. G. E. Baker has announced -
txtiwir Telegraph I

Filling one of the two new serving carts shop at the hospital and operates a hamburger

purchased for Bradford County Hospital by the booth at the County Fair. Last year the Aux-

HoBpltal Auxiliary are AWe Strong left and iliary purchased new furniture for the hospital

Sadie Clark, right. Costs of the two carts woo lounge. Their next project will be to purchase!

about 3500. Each cart holds 20 trays. To raise a fast X-ray film developer which will developthe ..

money the Auxiliary rents TV's to the patient, film In three to five minutes / FRENCHT 559 !
hag the hospitality cart concessions and a gift

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tube which they ride downstreamfrom was also enjoyed during the 1." .,il
the point where they enter day by those attending the gathering STICK 25C E -
.HAMPTONBy the river. At luichtime the! ?
young< people and their chape-, On Saturday morning a groupof GIO RIAL
,- Airs. Mary Williams eons Rev. and Mrs. Clarke nine members of the Royal I O 'I'I'LISAUCI( I
Shirley Norman. and Rose Las Ambassadors met at the Baptist I -r e .
seter. stopped along side the Church. and bicycled cut to the LOAF / SUPERMARKETS
CHURCH NEWS stream where they had 'a picnic home of the Jack Green on ; "
During recent weeks both lunch. Oh, yes. the lunch Is I Santa Fe Lake. The boys enjoyed CAKE
clrttrches: in the community: have floated along with the group i in I swimming football and a kit lTI39 )
had a number of "endtofthesummer" an ice chest on Its own tube. plcnla lunch. Ronnie Dyal is v ilex sari(0rI' ",>i>'.iiiauuHHi rung,
on "back-to-school" During the ,afternoon Rev. counselor for the group and was LOA' 'JO" user;mumoYOUR -- .
soclaJs:/ for their young people. Clarke enjoyed some skin dlv- assisted. on the outing by Nathan '"
Fourteen members of the Beginner Ing and reported finding! some and John Green. SCOPE CHOICE j -
llMll-1(0/III WITH S.M all Meal /0010a11RANTISEPTIC
A Gift Bible Ceremony in ,
and Primary, departments Interesting teeth and fossils. In
of the' Chrlstia.i; : Chuccli spite of the cold water everyone honor of> Mary Lou Cooper fiancee -
Sunday School recently enjoyed will Ion* remember the of Fred Peeples was presented MOUTHWASH
games and refreshments during I beautiful scenery including many Sunday, night at the Bap- SALE.U
a party given for: them at the springs easily seen in the crystal tist Church by the Young Wom-
church. Assisting with the clear water. an's Auxiliary. The white gift SA VI let '

young ones were Cathy and Crystal I On Saturday. the Junior' : Sunday Bible was presented .by Y. W. A. :eoiTU 49 p '
Clarke of Gainesville: Sherry School Department of the President Carolyn Kennan. Others _, FOLGERS .ibc.n .w FYNE TASTE Ib bag
and Darlene Norman; and Nancy Baptist Church': was. entertainedwith who participated In the impressive )
and Rose Lasseter. a swimming party at the ceremony entitled ASPIN ,--
Last Saturday 20 young people home of Mike Chitty at Indian "Gema Forever" were Mrs. J
from the Ch/rlsUan/ : Church Beach on Lake Santa Edith Kennan President of the 38 -
en- Fe. In Joyed a most unusual type of social to (Mr. ,and Mrs James WMS; Mrs. Jo Anne Hicks Director BOTTLE ,,'I i j corffir8" ;..
.. when the group went on a Chitty; Mr. and Mrs. Foster of YWA; Linda Stone; OF 100 19'" ... I -: -
"tubing party" down the Itch- Hayes: and Mrs. Shirley Hamel Debbie Hill; Nancy Benckowsky SAVE 20< -

tucknee R ver. For those not too about 10 members of the class and Debbi Hicks. Tracy Jones .......,.................... 1...... ........... ..............................................1...................,..........................
familiar with this type of. entertainment enjoyed swimming fishing and vocalist was accompanied by
\ each person( in the picnic lunch. Rides given in an pianist Elaine Youngblood. The .......,
,group brings an inflated Inner' aqua-car owned by Mr. Barton girls taking part In the service ASSORTED FROZEN SAVI14BANQUET
all wore dresses of :white and
carried ,blue tapers.)
Becoming increasingly popular 3
among many [residents. of ,
r JACKSONVILLE this area are the Gospel Sings $1-'
being held in various churches.On .
Saturday September 28, beginning DINNERS
at 7:30: p. m. a sing will FOR PINEAPPLE JUICE .on'l4..CAN. 4/$1/ "
be held at the Baptist Church
' Business DirectoryAnto with the North. Florida Gospel
y/ .b DOG FOOD ""*""*'" *. SAG MIX **"(' cuais $1 i 99 ::'
Singers the .
presenting muplc. ". .
Refreshments will tba served J I It
--- during Intermission. Plan now to _. .
Back-to-School ...7" ..
Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES attend and enjoy these fineChristian U.S.NO 1
musical groups.'


Elaine Smith of Graham
BALKS MONTESA and Mike Peeples will be CHOICI s11F F I ILL IS R
SEKVICB morons &: CYCLES co. .united in marriage on Friday
See Honda's Hot 3501! night at 7:00: p. m l.i: the Cal- r I CHUCK
4949 Blending Blvd. vary Baptist Church of Starke. PAPER
Always Good Used Cars Phone 771-8214 Rev. R. H. Butler pastor will
8n. Laura St. Ph. 3118-158114 MOTORS CYCLES officiate in the ceremony. A reception STEAK 500 COUNT
4010 will be given by the
Blooding Blvd. 771-8314: .
BEAUTY ACADEMY bride-elect's grandparents. Mr.

and Mrs. Smith at their home BAG: t
American MUSIC on Kingsley Lake. All friends
? and relatives of the couple are 52cLB
1 Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. invited to attend. 4

r Academy On Saturday Sept 21 at 8:00p. : SAVE UP TO 20<
SIV.. Monroe 3350501Riverside Band &: String Instruments m. the wedding of Miss Mary ..:J, rest' AUI'UII'OIi 88< ELSEWHERE
Gibson Guitars & AmplifiersSchool !Lou Cooper and Fred Peeples "' tl 1J.. t
:;: Supp1les.-Inatruction will take place at the Hampton EATING a COOKINGAPPLES

t Roberts Recorders Baptist Church.. The double-ring
? Hairstyling Music Llbrary-Exptlrt ceremony will be performed by
Academy Repair Department Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. Aft- .
2659 oil'V.' er the ceremony, a :receptionwill
Park 8*. 388-8637 Monroe 355-8447 4LB
"" Modern Styling be held! at the Hampton 45C

':...Qualified Instructors PIANOS City Hall. All Mends and relatives fuss. i1rR41 BAG
Accredited VA Approved of the! couple are Invited CEMOrI a a a S

Pay or Night Classen to attend.RECENT FULL CUT SAVE 21! *: ,..'.... -
: .
For Musical AdviceC. :\ BIRTH p-

ELECTRIC MOTORS CARTER MCECblckerlnsr Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harvey, ROUND ;t;resh _
Jr. of Stockbrldge Ga. became e ONO OKIIN .

Peavy Brothers ;fTI': ; '''' M''II.i.JJ / the proud. ,parents. of a fine boy .. [.
Electric h A d, born> on. Friday, September 3. STEAK CUKES p4;
Co. Y t3 I The new addition named Thomas !
ELECTRIC!: MOTOR1k'Id8erviCedRepa1re4 Earl III joins an older sister .

and Other Maternal grandparents are x 7(: '. ;.
'Generators-a..-.wiArmatare Name Brand Pianos Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roark. -p-. ......... AI- .
4044 Lenox: : 887-2JZ8 Mires
ORGANS The regular monthly meetingof : CRISP CILIO WRAPPED FRESH JUICY .
the City Council was held at LB CALIFORNIA ?
MATERNITY WEAR"Jacksonville's" Roosevelt Mall 888-8519 the city Hall on Tuesday September CARROT 5 L.14 LE M ON 5 : .DOZEN39 f.

I 10. Those present were: S. --.._,.O5 .................... I ......................... .
SEWING CENTER I \>Ir. T. J. Alderman Mayor;
R. H. Parker Marshall: Mary
t ,: Delia Brown Clerk;; and Ooun- MU *I V '- V.MMmntuivW"7 'W'ivMwiMin* -
H. & N. I oilman D. E. HU1 Wes Griffin CHEESE M ;?"iPRKSEI*
and R. J. Williams; and the following I YOGURT .
q SEWING CENTER guests: Lillian Ingenlatlt,
4 ta'k I Bill Alderman Pete Sapp and
Console Model makes fancy designs -, Dan Johnson.

Moat Complete stitches, monograms During the recent heavy rains. -
Shop for Mother-to-Ba overcasts, sews on buttons Hampton was faced with the ."
JUDY'SMATERNALANE make button holes &: blind same problems as many other LARGE TUBE JI.KKM: :\ MEDIUM :3-OZ. BOTTLE LARGE 3-OZ. TUBE PRELL -
stlitches. No 7-OZ. BOTTLE
communities. Fill dirt would
Head andSHAMPOO83c Shoulders Lotion
Demonstrators $18 or }6 per help In some Instances. but it TOOTHPASTE49c SHAMPOO 1'ItEI.i.SHAMPOO. I.HIUlD-SA 22c
.. 87c
1007 Park St. 333-5015 mo. Call Jax 771-1850 was determined that !better w - 87c
drainage Is needed to solve! the
Mr. Sapp.'ho.se company was
Triumph given the contract to trim the FAMILY SIZE-Reg. and Mint 17 OZ. BOTTLE MOUTHWASH $1.44SAVE
ot dead limbs and trees In order to LARGE SIZE SECRET 39c
LITTLE DUDE free our streets of falling debris
Jacksonville during heavy rains 'and hurricanes CREST TOOTHPASTE CREAM DEODORANT SCOPE MOUTHWASH Permanent Wave Lotion
Western Store .pointed out the need to

4 -Gee Fart To -630ceftal Service Western Clothing Leather- take down additional trees and LILT Pushbutton $2.13
Used Motorcycles In Stock goods, Saddles and Trailers do further trimming than was 73
1228 Phllllpa IIwy U. 8. I .. Charles & Sharon Petty oiiglnally planned., This work is 74 n.09 J SAVE 47c
in progress and hen made quite
Jacksonville 359-7243 802 S. Rdgmood: 381-1210
S ail Improvement in fiMln the SAVE :.12c SAVE Uc LILT SPECIAL $1.37
SAVE 40c SAVE 32cr.

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