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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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With less than two Requests for $201,131in

weeks left until election federal funds were approved -

I day, the city political for submission to

Shaw SaysAlthough I scene is begining to "heat the Office of Economic

;j i I up" observers say Opportunity of and Health the, Ed-Department -

With all books closed, there i..
: citizens ucation, and Welfare by;
are about 2.200 regis
< he is "unalterably opposed" to consolidation .. the CURB Board of Directors -
r- tered to: cast votes for: the 11
of small Counties and will do everything within his candidates racing for the five Florida Crown Monday night.

power to fight it, Rep Gene Shaw told The Telegraphthat positions waiting for the! win Entrant The program Is designed to

some consolidation will probably become a political -. ners. Beauty meet the four-county poverty

reality in the early 70's. Mnr An estimated 285 persons! registered :Miss Linda Sue Thomas, 1908 agency's five top priority ob

,' wy for: the first time in jectives. They are: 1) a daycare -
.
"There Indications that Bradford Strawberry ,
are 000 or so population entact. Queen
the city and 27 citizens ,have applied facility so mothers of
there will be strong supportfor One of the reasons the Representative will be one of 16 entrants' Sat
for absentee ballots. Absentee children work or
( consolidation: ) in the 1971 believes consolidation : urday In the ninth Florida young can
ballots can be cast un- train to become employable, 2)
session of the Legislature," of small counties may become Crown Beauty Pageant at the
r.. til 5 p.m. Sept 8, the day before a transportation system to get
Shaw said. He added: "At this a reality in 1971 or lateris t Jacksonville Beach colesium.
the election. poverty level families to jobs or
time there seems to be a move "hinged on the premise that Miss) Thmas phoned The Telegraph -
job training and to and from
merit to( lave counties of 20- the size of the Legislature will .. Ie x Before the books were opened this week to Invlta,, Nelghborhosd! Service Centers.

,be reduced." for registration about 2,000 per- "everyone In Bradford County"to 3)) more job for poverty level

"The point I'm making Is 1 sons were on the voting rolls, the event. persons, 4) greater public ser-
size of the Legislatureis She will! be competing with
HearingSet that the 11 the "lowest since I've been vices for those at the poverty
there will be fewer beauties front 15 northeast
reduced, -1 1'i here, City clerk Merrill Edwards level, and 5)) increased recreation -
representatives from the small said. About five years Florida counties. opportunities for the poverty -

countiet\\ he said. This, of ago, 2,500 were registered according Swim suit competition Is at ridden

course, would mean that the to the veteran clerk, :3 I p.m. and finals .ut 8 p.m.
,
On larger counties! .would ihm3| who is t fie only candidate who Three separate programswere

a larger percentage of repre- fYia h has no opposition. given CUBB's stamp of

sentation. And it Is the larger A long-tima:! observer of the approval for submission to fed

counties which are pushing city political scene commentedthat Plant eral agencies. Most discussedwas

PhoneIncrease consolidation. j it should be an Interesting the $93.330 Head Start program

Speaking to Union County "' ''', election. He said one day he which CUBB is asking be

leaders last week, Duval Coun- hears a certain candidate will Nixed switched from a summer activ-

ty Rep. John CrUer: warned alm'jt: certainly win and a few ity to an eight month program.

.that consolidation of small ; days later he hears the same Plans are to use this programto

counties Is Inevitable, accord- + ; person betting two-to-one that meet the day-care priorityas

ing to an article: In the Gaines- [.r a cii the same candidate won't win. Again; far as possible.It .

A public hearing will be hold ville Sun.Crider. would care for only 180
Ten of the candidates are
children to 472 in the
at 10 a.m. September 23, in the compared
Commission 700() is sponsoring a bill running for four positions, with two-month summer Head Start
Hearing Room ', Land in the city's industrial
three for the of
<" .. trying position
calls for the eliminationof < ?, program. Five year old children
S. Adams St., Tallahassee that L-y
concerning -
.
',: chief of police: and three for park on Edwards Road has
from poverty level families will
28 counties in the state.
the rate increase requested ,
'.' the Group 4 council seat Two been refused a New Jersey
-
by Florida State Telephone Under the grouping h. proposes be given priority, then four.
who to build a
fcr and two man proposes
are running (
mayor
Company. Bradford, Union, Columbia: year oldi and on down.
: veal slaughter house.
for the Group 2 council seat. $100,000
Head Start switched from
was
of the and Baker would be merged to
Purpose hearing, ac :
Clerk Edwards told The Tele- After hearing Davs Magarclii's -
OEO to HEW July 1.
form single county. Clay
cording to a notice sent out by a graph It appears quite likely explantlcn of his proposed
the Florida Public! Service Com- and Putnam would also ''be
"I.. that there will be run-off races plant, the EradforJ County A Conduct and Administrationgrant
mission Is to hear "such additional merged.
wiry '; da for police chief: and the Group De-velopment Authority voted 5- of $32,571 to operate; the
be offered According to the Sun, Crider
testimony
as may 4 seat. To win In t the first race, 1 Tuesday not to: sell MagarelII l- CUBB offices and pay adminis-
by interested parties for said he has prefllej: his bill and
Camille Victims Get HelpStarke a candidate would have to receive any land In the park. On August trators was approved for sub-
CrossExamination of witnesses predicted that he has abouta
more votes than the oth- 19 the Starke City Coun- mission. It is down $10.000 from
who hava previously! testifiedor 50-50 chance of getting; it
er two combned.If cil rescinded Its offer to sellMagarelli the money being
who may testify at said through without an amend- Fireman Bobby Lewis tapes Firemen also reported that most of 1968 with

hearing, and for considerationby ment calling for.a referendumin one of the many boxes of food and the items contributed were of good a run-off election is neces- land across Alligator switched to the Neighborhood
sary, it will be held two weeksafter Creek and directly couth of the Center
Service program.
the Commission! of any other each of the counties effect- clothing: Bradford Countians contributed quality and very servicable. Non-per- the Sept 9 race. industrial site. OEQ has promised CUBB a.

matters that may presently be ed.Shaw to help victims of hurricane Ca- ishable food, clothing, bedding, and The line-up for the races Is as total of $110,000 for both the

pending" concerning: ; Florida said that CrWsr:: prob- mille. When this picture was taken small appliances were taken to the follows: The industrial park, as it.is NSC and C&A programs Act-

State Telephone Co. -ably pull members of the LegIslature late Tuesday hundreds of pounds of Starke Fire Department where the Mayor Incumbent Carl called, is owned by the Devel- tag CUBB Director W. P.
The telephone company, which prior to the session been firemen boxed them. opment Authority and could The
food and clothing had already Hurst and Nolan D. Woodburn. Heney told the Board.
operates In !Starke' Lawtey, he's able to substantial
and if get have ben sold Magarelll with,
taken to the Civil Defense building to Police Chief -Incumbent Bob- OEO office In Atlanta verbally
Kingslay Lake and portions of support (about 50 per cent) await pickup by the Salvation Army. The effort was sponsored by Brad- by Biggs, former Police Chief cut the city's approval. If Ma- approved division of those funds

Washington. Holmes, Jackson committed prier to the session The drive to help the hurricane vic- ford County Civil Defense and the Bill Rosser and Deputy Sheriff g-arelli couU purchase land in between the NSC program and
and Walton Counties, Is requestIng "then he does have a 50-50
and Starke Ministerial Alliance. Coordinating Kenneth Fuqua the city, according to City Attorney C&A as CUBB wishes, he said.
tims started morning
approximate 40 cent was Friday
an per chance. the drive were CD Director Frank Councilman, Group 4In- George Pierce, the city The C&A budget request has
increase in base rates. Starke firemen reported there was a
"But I don't think he's goingto to Williams and the Rev. J. Thomas cumbent Gerald Williams and could not refuse him sewer been paired to the bone Heney
would mean: : get that much support: at "steady stream of people" coming service. said.
In Starke that Staab of St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
Pour)
the Fire House to drop off items. (Continued on Page
one-party business, from $9 up this time for he simple reason Ter- The new NSC program reQuest -
that In election ., rY BCDA President Clyde It -
to $12:75: per month one-party we are an told Masraxelll totals 78230. was approved
two- year," Shaw continued. willegar repeatedly by the CUBB board
residence, $5.80 to $8.50;
Devsl-
that the ;:)
party residence, $4.80 to $7.50.In Crider was quoted as saying, however, attempt for submission with the con-
Kingsley Lake and I. wtey "Consolidation has not reduced School Days opmnt Authority will tingency that the total would I
the city,
the increase! would mean: one- costs anywhere that I know of, nr .to held find a site near will be remain the same. CUBB employees -
r which
: itl
inside
party business, $8.50 to $12.25; but you will get mere, for your If not "We however, want higher

one party residence, $5.50 to $8, money in the form of improved ;suitable for the plant. salaries than the $1.60 per
finda
and two-party residence, $4.50to services." Purpose of his bill, want ycu here if we can hour wage In the current

$7.Tw. he said, was not to reduce gov- Here way to keep everybody hap- proposal. NSC Director .Annette

() public hearings have ernment costs, but rather to AgainParents py," Terillcgar said.Industrialpark < Hughes asked for aproval; of

been held concerning the mat make tax dollars go further. Only vote ta: sell an the funds request, saying items

ter. The first was held In Starkeon The article also said that site to Magaielll came other. than salaries might 'je

April 22 and drew about 100 Crider was questioned on the of about 3,900 students mentary, 273 students: 8 to from Lawty cattleman Bryant cut, if possible to give higher

persons. The second hearingwas distribution of race-track funds ( a very slight increase 3:30: ; Hampton, 100! students Reddish: Voting against was salaries. Mrs. Hughes took a.

held in Bonifay on April 24. under his bill and replied that over last year) are making 8:15: to 3:0: ;;; RJE, 190 students, Terwlllsgar, Freeman Register S50 per month salary cut and

At the Starke hearing Com the state would assume all preparations to fend their chil- 8:15: to 3; Anderson 120 stu- r.iiaa Ervin Andrews, H. H. Everett the NSC secretary a $25 cut to

missioners wanted answers to bonds programs now pledged to dren to school on, Tuesday, dents, 8:10: to 3:30: : Brooker: and ZeJra: Hamilton meet the new budget t as It is

questions about subsldaries own- that source, and that the bal- Sept. 2. 8 to 2:45: ; Vo-Tech, 250 students Reddish Hamilton, and RegIster
now.
ed by Florida State's parent (Continued on Page iFour) To assist parents and students with a variety of hours. voted by proxy. Don: Hill

company, Continential Telephone The Telegraph talked Casey pointed out that the abstained: Tuesday's meetingwas An overwhelming vote of

Co. Phone company officials with Superintendent; Tom Caseyto time and variations are due to called by Attorney Pierce confidence was given the operation j

could not answer manyof Lawtey get answers to questions par- the but:: !schedule; He also com- Ma':arelll toll the Develcp- of the Neighborhood Ser- I

the questionse asked.At ents frequently ask and to get mented that a teacher will b-j (Continued on Page Four) vice Centers after Mrs. Betty

that time. Commissioner, general comments:! about the paid to work an extra: hour at Lou McClenrlon explained, t to(

Chairman Billy Mayo said, coming! school year. Brooker in the afternoon be- the Beard she is having a. dif

"This Commlss'on: 13 interested Firemen School scheduler Bradford cause many of the students will Bradford FFA ficult) time getting the OEO

High School will have 1,100 stu have to wait that long for the office In Atlanta tj approve theNSC's.
.(Continued on Page Four) dents and will begin at 8:15: bus to arrive. Wins .
and end ''at 3:10 Bradford Mid- Prices will Chapter
: ; School lunches -
: : ! ActiveLawtey dle School 800 students, 8:10: to be 30c for elementary students: Herb Edmundson, OEO teamleader
for 14 agencies In Florida -
3:10: Starke Elementary, 5')0! and 35c fcr middle: school and Forestry Prize
r'1:: : : and Georgia, has suggested
:students, 8 to 3; Southslde, 550 high school students.
other to reach
that
ways
| | volunteer has fire had department a functional since students, 8:05: to 3; Lawtey Ele- The lunch situation at the Bradford Chapter. Future poverty level families other

;;! 1 April and has ranged as far a* Middle School will be Improved Farmers of America has won than the service centers b3

Sc the west this year as the Vo-Tech cafe- top honors !In its area In the found, she said. OEO, Mrs.
Hellbronn rings to
r:
|; School Bus ,
| teria will "sattilet feed" team eaJ school forest management contest : 0
McClendon stated has
and Sheriff P. D. Rsddish'a COBB ,r :, adopted
students
DeputyDirector one and two about 280 by St. Regis
sponsored
is farm on US-301 south to fight a policy of finding new waysto
:I::a:: Routes ::: fires. )I. This means' that eat all stu be-- paper Co., it was announced at meet the needs of poor peo-

That's the word this week dents111 be able to a recent banquet: far: Florida: ple. She termed: the new OEO
ill j HiredA tween 11:15 and noon and will teachers
r? vocational agriculture
.., from Marshall M. M. Jordan Eiomentary policy more innovative
Staike
$ also keep Miami -
:;: Printed In This 1 who Is Lawtey's fire chief and cafeteria from being:! overloaded, during their convention In Mrs. McClendon said :she and
heads a 35 man volunteer de Beach. Edmundscn disagreed over the
director of
deputy said. Last lunch
new Casey year
;F::= Issue Of ThTelegraph partment. The contest Is sponsored by use' of the service centers.
CUBB Economic Agency was period at the Middle School Hunters 'Find' Is 22 Rattlers with
$.:: :' Ra'sing funds wholly from hired Monday night by the .started at 10:30.: / St. Regis In corporation: She feels, Mrs. McClcndon: says,
;:: ::: in the dcptirtwent the Florida Association of Fu
memberships
s; Board of Directors of the The superintendent added that CUBB's five prioritiescan

sc I the Lawtey department agency.He that construction of a cafeteriaat This diamond back rattler rattlers and a button. Rowe ture Farmers of America. be reached; by using the
I .has remained solvent while The Bradford: Chapter was
c raying is 28-year-old Nelson Rene the Vo-Tech Center I H (which and 21 young makes were I hilled the snake with n stick he of service centers.
awarded S73, and was one
;: ;v.:I for a high pressure water Rios a native of Tampa who would be used to cook and process found and killed by Carlo cut with a pocket knife. Director: Heney also told the:
Drills ti 100 feet of fire hcso, five Florida FFA chapters receiving -
.:.i Space Contributed! pump has been a VISTA volunteerfor food for several ychools" ) 1 13 Rowe above, and Mo' companions Several rinall snakes were CUBB board that the C&A and

::::1: Weekly to Publicize ,|J equip the fire truck received;! the past two years in South In a "hold status"! in Tallahassee. Saturday morning while seen /going In a lax on the a The total local of $500 chapter from NSC grant requests were supposed -
from the Florida Forest Service Regis.
:;}::;:: Community Events by f|:: with flasher lights, extra fire Carolina and In Alachua Coun- In other words, the State they hunted for a deer stand ground. They were smoked out bas St. been among the top-money to be submitted to OEO
I ty, Florida. Rios said he has Department of Education H for archery season; which be. with; railroad flares. Smoke In by Sept. 10. But Heney notedhe
extinguishers, a siren, and lettering winners for: the past seven
jij! The Community :I II ? worked with community organ- still considering! t fie matter.:! gin Sept 13. a second' log, the one shown did not return, to tha Job until -
:;::1 is used
for the! fire truck painted:! The prize money
izations and youth groups at Fees Ther will be no fees Rowe, along( with LAmar WllKam above into which one snake hud years. Aug. 13 and could not pos-
State Bank f by a professional, Jordan told the poverty level for the past charged any students\ In the ", and Down)'tic ,Ald.iy, run, yielded nothing until Rowe for chapter prefects sibly have gotten the project requests -

;%::' Accounts Now Insured ::iji:; the Telegraph Tuesday. two years. county school sy.'trm. were walking in the woods' off pick It up and shook. Then i Ronnie Garver and Gene written In that tlma.
Organized:: since April the headed the Forestry
Rlos will assume his duties New student?-Tho! n who me the Midillcbum, hlllhwllY when round ball of little snakes fell Combs up He has obtained an extension
f! Up to $15,000 by |1! Lawtey volunteers have chapter
$ local -
: answer- here September 2, according to they walked up on the bi'( out. Rowe killed them with a Committee of the
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Linda PatersonComplimented ,,,,, Linda JerniganBryanThe Centenary Methodist Churchon
F Scoggins
Of Interest To. At East University avenue(Lake
Feted At PartiesMiss Road) in Gainesville.
of Lois Louise
Bridal PartiesMiss .: wedding All friends and relatives are
Jernigan to Theodore Alan
Linda Scoggins, whose Bryan will take place Sept. 6 Invited to attend.

WOMEN Linda Paterson br Ide- i marriage to Robert Patrick will at 8 p.m. at the United
be an event of Friday, Aug. 29
elect of Sept. 6. was complimented
at 8 at the First
p. m.
-
; with two parties in the
Christian Church honoredat
was
Gladys Mooty: Phone 9647608I past week. a miscellaneous shower
On Saturday, Aug 16, Mrs.T. .
Thursday night, Aug. 21 at the
N. Norman and daughter,
Miss Nancy Tindell Becomes Bride, Georgia BagwellR. Mrs. Eldon Sapp and Mrs. home. Call of street.Mrs. Hostesses Don Patray were onE Discussion .
Gerald Norman and Mrs. Rudolph ;
Of Kenneth Scott At Babson Park W. Douville Mrs. Gary Brewer, and Mis- ,
bridal shower d
Sapp gave a .""" ..
Baldwin Sink
Ginger
ses Cindy ,
10 for Miss Piter Jo"ait: the !
Wedding Aug. t
Is One
Susan Autry and Evelyn Sin- Thing
Miss Norman home of Hoad 225. r ,
Nancy Raylene Tindell, and bronze flowers were usedIn clair t .,
daughter of Mr and Mrs R. H. decorating the hall. Miss Georgia Sharon Bagwell, Arrangements of Fall flowers
Tindell of Babson The bride's table were used to highlight pointsof 1 '
Park and was over- Miss Sinclair greeted the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ralph .l
Kenneth Ray Scott, son of Mr. laid with an heirloom[ cloth Maxwell Bagwell, Orange Park interest in the party rooms. guests' at the door and pre- 1 Acton f ,
and The refreshment table was covered .
Mrs. Charles E. Scott of of Imported white embroidered was married to Robert William sented them t> the honoree and 8txl
Brooker, were wed Saturday Venetian lace and held the Douville Jr., son of Mr. and with a cutwork cloth over McMahon-Hood her mother, Mrs. C. R.
evening, Aug. 9 at the Bab- three-tiered wedding cake.The Douville also white satin and centered witha Scoggins. Is Another
Mrs. R. W. EngagementAnnouncement
son Park Community Church. punch bowl was encircled with Fall arrangement. Mrs.T.N.
10
Park Aug.
Orange Sunday,
Norman presided at the crystal
orange and yellow flowers Church in the coffee table in ;.+
The Rev Charles Bromley In Grace Episcopal punch bowl. is made of the Gracing
performed the double ring cere Mrs. Robert Delegal presidedat Orange Park. The Rev. DonaldR. Games were played by the 25 engagement of Miss Evelyn the living room was an arrangement 3.
mony. Mrs.Robert McCullough the bride's book. A white Clawson officiated. invited guests between tie; hours Clare McMahon: of Charlotte, of: late summer flowers tWIIY
organist and Mrs. Robert memory candle burned beside The groom is the grandsonof 7.30 and 9:30 p.m. and prizes N. C., daughter of Mrs. Eve- The refreshment table HAVE LAWS AND ORDINANCES UN
Delegal and Arden Colbert soloists the book. Mrs. James McCal- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Griderof awarded. lyn G. McMahon: of Charlotte, was covered with a white cut- LESS WE PUT THEM: IN EFFECT?
provided a program of lister presented guests to the Starke. The hostesses presented the N. C. and Francis X. McMahonof work cloth and centered witha
wedding music. receiveing line.Asststing The bride wore an A-line honoree with :an electric toaster Washington, D. C., to Rich- Hallmark bride[ doll. Miss Are you satisfied how things are going?

Altar vases of yellow gladl- with serving were gown of silk organza with peau and corsage as a remem- ard Frederick Hood[ son of Baldwin. presided at the punchbowl We need someone who has the time ability

olas and bronze daisy pompoms, Mrs. W. A. Williams, MIss d'ange sleeves.lace Her on veil the was bodice attachedto and brance of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. William Wells The hostesses presented the and determination to get the job done.

provided the setting for the Diana Wilson, Mrs. Barbara a lace pillbox trimmed with Hood of Kingsley Lake. honoree with an electric[ toaster -

ceremony. The background was Fletcher, Mrs. Russell Flem- seed pearls and she carried The bride-elect graduated as a memento' of the oc- THE CHOICE IS YOURS !
formed of palms and branched ing and Miss Cova Wetzel. Mrs. orchids on a lace covered prayer Mrs. RoberlMyrick, Mrs. from Myers Park High School, casion.
candelabra and the George Stevens, assisted by t
pews were Charlotte In 1967 She is attending
book.
Mrs. Frank Huber and Mary Jo Evans Mrs. T. L. ---- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR
marked Mrs.
with white satin bows.
Mrs. Richard Lindstrom, Central Piedmont
John Buter made Casey, Mrs. Frank Wolfred, Carolina State University[ in
Given in marriage[ by her father arrangements the reception Chicago, sister of the bride[ Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, Mrs. Wil- Comm. College, majoring in Raleigh, N. C. for 2 1/2 years ELVERIA DEVOE
the bride wore a full was matronofhonorandanother liam Haas, Mra. Joe Robinson[ Executive Secretarial and will where he; Ins a member ,}f
length gown of silk organza over For their wedding trip to sister Miss Lynne- Bagwell, Mrs. Ben Moxley and Mrs.O. graduate in March 1970. She Sigma Chi fr3t rnlty., Presently FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP 2
delustered satin, fashioned witha Miami Beach, the bride wore was bridesmaid. E. Crosby gave a bridal is a charter member of Future he is in the Navy, stationedon t
portrait sweetheart neckline, an A-llne dress of maize William Douville brotherof shower il the homo of the Secretaries Association, ser- the U. S. S. Canister in Will Re Greatly Appreciated On
fitted bodice and long sleeves. colored raw silk with a high the bridegroom, was best latter on Westmoreland street! ving as Corresponding Secre- Portsmouth, Va. He leaves
The softly gathered skirt waisted back belt buttoning at man. Ushers were Richard for Miss Paterson on Satur- Sept. 8 for a cruise to the September 9th.
tapered to form a chapel train. the sides. She wore black and Lindstrom and Kenneth Gri day, Aug.23. tary.The bridegroom-elect attended Mediterranean for six months. ,
The pearl encrusted peau white accessories and the orchid der of Starke. Mrs. Reynolds greeted the Sewanne Military Aca- The wecU'ng( will take place at
de ange lace which outlinedthe from her bridal bouquet. A reception was held at the guests at the door and pre- demy, graduated: from Bradford St. Patricks Catholic Churchin (Pd. Pol. Adr.)
neckline and wristline also The couple will reside in NAS Officer's Club In Jack- sented them to the recetvelng High School and atl.nded North Charlotte, N. C.

outlined the train. Her elbow Rome, Ga. sonville. line composed. of the honoree,
length veil of Imported silk Following a wedding[ trip to her mother, Mrs. R. G. Pater-
the North Carolina
Illusion was held in place by TYEHILLIARDREHEARSAL the couple will reside mountains in Gaines, son, Mrs. W. W. King, mo- V
satin and organza lace trimmed DINNER ville. ther of the bridegroom-elect
roses and she carried a cas- and Mrs. Bachelor, grl 1dmo-

cade arrangement of white car- Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye ther of the bridegroom-elect. w
nations centered with a white were hosts at a dinner party; The hostesses presented cor-
orchid corsage. Friday night at the Bonanza Duplicate Bridge sages to those in the receiving [ -

Steak House in Jacksonville Club ResultsThe line. / /
Miss Elizabeth Tindell attended in '
honor of their son, Johnny, Mrs. Casey was chargeof
her sister as maid of and his fiancee Miss Barbara Starke Duplicate Bridge the gift table and was assisted -
honor. Her gown was a mint by Miss Sandra Haas.
their wed-
Hilliard, following Club had three tables in play
green said sheath with a scoop The refreshment table I
Pratt
ding rehearsal. Tuesday night at the 1'F
neckline and elbow length Center. was covered with a white lace /
The honored presented Street Recreation
couple
sleeves. Her gathered train was cloth over pink satin and centered -
held in place by four large their attendants with personal First place winners were with a white floral centerpiece -
self covered buttons and she gifts during the evening. Mrs. Mark Hamilton[ and Mrs. which was flanked by.peacock STARKE PLAZA

wore a shoulder length veil The dining tables were ar Harry Mooty with a score : blue tapers in silver
with roses and petals in matchIng ranged In a U shape. Bridal of 24 1/2 points. Second place holders. Mrs. Wolford pre- Open All Day Evey
fabric and color place cards marked the seat- went to Mr.[ and Mrs. Sherrod sided at the crystal punchbowl
Hamilton with a score of Miss Linda Haas kept the Day
the bridegroom's A lovely cen-
Miss Debbie Scott ing arrangement.
21 1/2 points third place to
brides- consisting of yellow ; guest book.
sister, was terpiece
Ernest Jenkins and John Mus- Games were played during the Fri, Sat. -
maid and brldesmatrons were and white mums and gladioliwas
Mrs. Barbara Bruu of Dalton used on the bride's table sollne with 21 points; and party hours 7:30 and 9:30 p.m Until P.M.
fourth place to Mrs. Warren
Diane Blair of with fern and yellow and and prizes were awarded.
Ga., and Mrs. ,
Winkler and Mrs. A. L. Cros-
The hostesses the
presented {
Identical decorating the remaining -
Ga They wore white mums
Rome each carrieda tables. by Jr. with 20 1/2 points. honoree with the butter !\it'e[ Sunday Afternoon BOYS FLARE
and 1 TO
gowns carnationsand The weekly tournaments are In her chosen sterling pattern! 6 p. M.
cascade of yellow Those in attendance Includedthe open to the public. Sessions as a ,njn3.r: : of the (), :11tn.:
Boys Sleeve .. BOTTOM
bronze_daisy pompoms! ? Immediate famine sand bridal start at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday In Fifty guests were invited to Long J PANTS

Richard Scott Tallahassee party. the Pratt Street Recreation call between the party hours.
served his brother as best man. Center. to
Ushers were Joel Kirk(of At- SPORT SHI r reg. 4
lanta, Cecil Blair of Rome, Mrs and Mrs. L. R. Badman Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. Miss Linda Paterson and fiancee 54.99Ths

Ga., Harry Hatcher of Starke and sons, Mark' and Roy, of Thelma Dean of Fairfield and Bill King, were honoredat
and Raymond Tindell, the Belledune, New Brunswick,Canada Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Frazee: and a barbecue supper last Friday "Now" fashion ,
bride's brother. arrived Mond=y !'or two sons: of Ocala were last Thurs- night given by Col. and look in choice of
Tindell brother of dayIsltors' of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. at
Jimmy weeks visit with Mr. Badmaii's various fabrics &
the bride, was ring-bearer. mother, Mrs. Emma Badman G. Caldwell on Mrs. Caidwell's their home on E. Call street. for8our patterns.: Sizes818.ENTIRE .
A reception was held in the and Col. and Mrs. V. J. Speng- birthday. The barbecue was served on 3
fellowship hall of the church. ler. --- the patio and the guests Included -

Decorations of palms and yellow ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE the Hatcher, Patersonand ; STOCK .f
King families. '
The honored couple were pre BOYS '
$ SOCKS ,
sented piece of their chosen reg.$1"ea.All .
china as a memento of the +p I
occasion. Jr. Cloud 9, Btue-C Nylon
Crews Orloa Argyles and
new Fall selection of permanent press
t1 Ivy button-down sport shirts with slim cushion knit velours ,
tapered fit. Take your pick of latest solids, all lilt quality size
.QC Cathy Whitehead plaids or stripes. Sizes 618. _. 6-8i4 9-11 Reg. 59C _.

\ Bridal Parties
7

7> Sale 2 for $1f 00 r;
t Miss Cathy Whitehead, whose : ,
marriage to Stephen Beckett BOYS SLACKS y
will be an event of Saturday,
Aug. 30 at 3 p.m. In the Hope
Baptist Church, was honored { '
ROYS LONG SLEEVE -
o with two parties In the past 2

0 week. KNIT SHIRTSc''
Last Thursday night a lingerie $7
[ shower was given for :
Miss Whitehead by Mrs. Ralph Crew neck styling
our reg.$3.99ea.Choice $ "
Bryan, MM. Fred Graudon and t new fall stripes & solids

Mrs. Charles llutcliojin at the \ (. Sizes S-L
Bryan home OIl East Call str s4t., of solids or woven plaids \ Reg. $1.99Sale
The refreshment table wascovers in permanent press blend. Slim, t, .
tast-'back styling' Sizes -8-18, 0S
with :a ]lace cloth over :
pink linen and centered. with a regularaslim. :
crystal punch bowl encircledwith suN' : $157
tern Mrs. Graudon presided -
[ at the punch bowl. The r ZpORts1.99 Pam&(1"S

1 gift table was centered with. a Boys 618SWEATERS \' _
,
bride doll. ...'
? ETWEEN NURSERY SCHOOL AND COLLEGE The hostesses pr.sYUaai. \ the prese.'" sods Sizee3'7'- noYSr
honoree with a personal gift ;nio.;. Ns. "tCi
as a memento of the occasion: "ss" S.

YOU HAVE 5,463 SAVING DAYS. call Thirty between guests the were hours Invited eight to r' y Carps s 3 g 9' ,":::' : : fE{ ,: Corduroy ShirtsLong l

and ten o'clock. j; I low price pWntooo sleeve Ivy button I
-
FtrcMeg- down collar trim & tapered J
Hero's How To Make Them Count Larry Mrs.Crawford Mark Hamilton Coca-Mrs. \ 3ig selection of car \0'S1. .4ACKf. S'tq Sizes 616. I
gave
and
digan pullover .0" es. Value
$2.99
Cola party for Miss Whiteheadat t styles in solids and ; 'S5:
NOa Prmert
FIRST, START SAVING EARLY. Open a college savings Mrs. Crawford's, ,trailer on E ,.; fancies. New Fall New \\.,;ic cwhMeY' '
Lake
account for each of your children the very day he or Hampton on Saturday colors in OrlonAcry"e. \ Of Sale I $200
morning .
tic blends. Great val- gac k. .
she starts nursery school. Hallmark wedding bells cen- uesl 1.1.
tered the Coke table and a pink

NEXT, SAVE REGULARLY. Set aside as little as $1 per and white floral arrangement
:l\-\ al iin; coffee table .
day, and you'll have saved $5,463 then, add on your i

earnings from us, compounded regularly, and you'll The hostesses presented the .

have over $7,500! honored with a perioiial giftas [ ',. .<
a memento of the occasion. K\ 1<;:' y
a memento of the occasion. :', ;x
Let us help set a college savings plan for eachof .:- I
you up Twenty guests called betweenthe J 1 .ar.i,:
your children today. You'll surely thank us 5,463 hour 10:30 and 1 12 o'clock. S,.it:"

days from now! ,,. ". .,\;',,
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,,, YOUTHS YOUTHS '.... OXFORDS MEN 5.
u Mr. and Mrs. Frederick PENNY LOAFERS OXFORDS '
SAVINGS LOAN Crews of Lawtey announce the REG. $7.99 BeeE-Roll Loafers
AND ASSOCIATION
REG. $ .99
REG. .99
birth of a son, Brian Eric, $ "
REG.
rr S born Aug. 19. Leather upper with Tweed grain leather $ 82 Has cushioned, arch Beef-roll styled$9.99 and '
..
104))M*MOO.Mt Will MAOI1OH STKIt Mr. and Mrs. James Cash practically) indestructible oxford> with raised moc 5 steel shank and scuff hand-sewn in iru-moc .
SIAA0IGgA]7011 of Orlando announce the birth PVC sole and 47 toe. 4-eyelet tie PVC proof uppers. PVC and $177 construction, Double 983

of a son, James Horace heel. In Cordo Antique. sole and heel. Sizes 6112' ''D & EEE.> sole.Great comfort fit.
It Does Make A Difference WHERE You Save! Cash Jr., born Aug. 10 In Orange Sizes 13. BI].3. 6'-12.''

Memorial Hospital. Maternal

PAGE 2 MHHH MHMBM HMM n grandparents Charley Johns.are Sen. and Mrs. ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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''CJ-1; Sawyers College]] Group Entertain a rE /


ou naw Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw- ,IV
yer entertained at a dinner party
,- for the Methodist college group ,
Wednesday night of last week
Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead has Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider Local admittances to Brad- at their home.
returned to Fairfield, Calif spent the first of last weekat ford County Hospital this week This was the final meeting of
after visiting her parents, Mr. St. George Island. include: Mrs. Jeanette Cuendt, the group which had been meet-
and Mrs. James Ekard for Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. returned William L. Reynolds, Keystone ing at the Sawyer home every PY
three weeks. Monday after two months Heights; Mrs. Elsie Mumma, Wednesday night for the past
visit with her Son and family, Melrose; Marcus R. Hancock, ten weeks with Richard Smith
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Loudon Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Mc- Hampton; Mrs. Miriam West- Summer Program Director of
of Tampa were weekend visitors Griff in Milwaukee, Wls. brook, Lake Geneva; James T. Youth Activities. Mr. Smithre-
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Jackson J, Fred Harris of Gaines- Horton, Lake Butler; Mrs. turned to his home in Jackson,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lou- ville spent Wednesday of last Bethna Estes, Lawtey; HaroldC. Tenn. on Monday.
doij} Jr. in Starke and Mr. and week with his sister, Mrs.H. L. Thourot, Raiford; and J'ohIf The twelve young people attending /
Mrs. Loudon Sr. in Keystone Speer and daughter, Mrs. E. P. E. Adams, Mrs. Rosie Green, were seated at the din- RaE
Heights! Boland and family. Mrs. Elminey Smith[ Mrs.Mau- ing room table which was
Mrs. Keith Reeves and chIld- rin[ E. McMains, Joseph Kaye, covered with a Maderta cloth
Kaspar Duncan: of West Point: ren of Winter Park were visit- Mrs. Alice Mcintosh,Mrs.Jessie and centered with a summer
Ga. is visiting his mother.Mr3. ingher parents, Mr. and Mrs.N. May Fowler, John B. Mur- floral arrangement.Mr. .
1\. G. Duncan this week. L. Woodburn the first of phy, Mrs. Doris H, Stewart, Smith was presented with
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves the week. Merren C. Lizenbee, Mrs.Max- a tie and initialed key chain
and family visited Six Gun Territory Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering ine Starling and Joe Snapp from the group as a parting
Jut: FrMiy! ju tjulr;; : nol visited Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Starke. gift
Jay's sixth birthday. Pickering in Gainesville over
Miss Sue Hurst >f Birming the weekend.Mr. Final Summer Clearance -
ham, Ala. spent the past week and Mrs. Gene Ivey spent Dresses 1.50 to $10.00. Iveys Entertain
with her father, Carl Hurst.( last Thursday to Sunday >in Lella's Dress Shop For
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooperand Tucker, Ga. visiting his par- Newlyweds
sons, Ray and David, of ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ivey, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish The BOSS
Lake City spent the weekend Sr. Friday morning they attended and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ivey
with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coo Gene Ivey's graduationfrom Mansell Ayers spent Sunday at Sr. entertained at Open House .
per. The boys are remainingwith the University of Georgiain Cedar Keys. last Friday at their home in .__ .
their grandparents this Athens, and Saturday they attended Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Tucker, Ga. to introduce their
week. the Atlanta Falcon- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. son and his bride, Mr.and Mrs. .
Harold Branham of Key Largo Washington Redskin football Fred Palmer at Pensacola Gene Ivey of Starke, to their is on
was home for' ':.ie. weekend. game. Beach Sunday to Thursday.Mr. friends. VACATION
He and Mrs. Branham visited] Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk- and Mrs. Dave Paulk Arrangements of late summer
Mr. sad: Mr;, F. E, BranhamIn ner were in Orlando on busi- gave a family supper party flowers were used to advan- I IThat's
Palatka on Sunday. ness over the weekend. Monday night[ on their daughter tage in decorating points of '
Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Cooper Mrs. Vergie Flynn has returned Mrs. Ervin Andrews' interest in the home for the
visited Mr. and Mrs. James, from a weeks visit with occasion. The refreshment table -
Cooper in Chiefland on FrI- her niece Mrs. H. J. Watersin per was a 1908 copy of Sears was covered with a lace
day and. Saturday.Mr. Tallahassee who recently catalog which was given to Mrs. cloth and centered with an arrangement -
underwent surgery and with[ her Andrews as a gift. of pink, lavendar Right He's Gone I
and Mrs. William Smith brother, W. E. Cooper in Mobile Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. and white[ roses, carnations
and family have moved to Phil- Ala. who also recently Mary Lane of Starke and Mrs. mums. 'this was flanked by
adelphia, Pa. where Mr. Smithis underwent surgery. Lillian Phillips of Lake City
two silver candelabra holding
employed by City Service. Dale Dickerson of North visited Mrs. T. J. Thomas in
white
They had spent the past two Miami was weekend guest of Valdosta, Ga. over the week- 100 guests tapers.called between the
weeks visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt end.Mrs.
appointed hours six and ten For
A Whole Week
Sinclair and
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith in and daughter Debra. Dale and Clyde o'clock.
Starke and Mrs. Mell Atchleyin Debra were Friday night dinner daughter, Evelyn, were in
Gainesville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Montezuma, Ga. over the week
Mrs. Rudolph Sink anddaughters Dickerson in Gainesville and end visiting Mr. and Mrs.Paul
Cindy, and Mrs. Sally Dale showed slides he had madein Sinclair.Mr. -
Whitehead and son, Bo, visited Europe during the summer and Mrs. Thurman Flip- i
Career Academy in Atlanta over while touring with a gymnas- pin of Nashville: Tenn. are And We're Here To

enroll the weekend in October.where Cindy will tics team. Shaller visiting for Mr.several and Mrs.days.Robbie

Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Proc- Judge aiJ Mrs i. A. Yawn!
Final Summer Clearance -
of Lake tor and family of N. Clark and family spent last week at
and family City spent Dresses $4.50 to $10.00.
street have moved to their summer home in Whit-
the past two weeks at the Sear- Leila's Dress Shop Keystone
tier, N. C.
Heights.
ing cottage on Kingsley Lake.
Mrs. Betty Register and You Off
daughter, Sandra and Mrs. Among those attending the ]Robby and Vicki Barksdalewere Final Summer Clearance TIP
Larry Crawford and Mrs. C. T. funeral of Mrs. Louise llazen visiting their uncle and Dresses $4.50 to $10.00.
Wade will attend the graduation In Brooker Wednesday after- aunt, Mr. and Mrs.Oliver Murray Lella's Dress Shop
of Freeman Register m from noon were Mrs.A.E. McKinney, in St. George, S. C. the
Officers Candidate School at Everett McKinney, Mr. and past wed!
Fort Mrs. M. F. llazen, Mr. and Sgt James O'Brian of Eglin Mrs. Don Koretz, of Albany -
Ga. on Friday
Banning
morning. Mrs. V. V. llazen, Mr. and AFB is home on two weo'ts,! N. Y. is visiting hermo- About It
Robbie Smith, who has been Mrs. Jack [Hazer and Mr. and leave with his parents, Mr. ther, Mrs. Arlen McKnlght for
working in New: Orleans this Mrs L. O. llazen. and Mrs. T. R. O'Brian.[ three weeks. Mrs. McKnight
summer, left Tuesday for his Cathy and Keith Gillingham, Mr, and :airs Marljii: Harrington also had us recent viU>rs
freshman at Murray State Jr. of Jacksonville spent Wednesday and daughter of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Langston
year to Sunday with their were visiting Mrs. Gladys and gnadil'uij. : of Manning,
wherehe
University, Murray, Ky. S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Car-
will be a member of the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrington on Sunday. WE HAVE
Murray State Racers football Guy Sale. Mrs. E. M. Tucker and son, rol Sellers and family of Moncks . IMPALAS
team. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- Harold Norman, were visiting Corner, S. C. over the weekend -
nen visited[ Mr. and Mrs. Or- friends and relatives in North .
ville Wheaton [in Winter Parkon Carolina last week. Rev. W. A. Ilogan attended
I Saturday Misses Bonnie Graudon and Home 'Mission Week a: Ridge- '
Mrs. O. B. Howell of Jack- Bobbie Sue Barksdale Rich- crest Baptist Assembly in North 1
about son, Ga. and Mrs. Evelyn Howell ard Wainwright and Jimmy Carolina last week. .i BEL-AIRS
aqj of Atlanta were Wednesday Douglas of FSU are home after Mr. and Mrs. William Jones %
+Q guests of Mrs. W. S. Slade. the summer session. of Aurora, ill. arrive Saturdayfor
J oW Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- Miss Miry Graud.M ;has several days vai'vlththeir! 'M7, '.
willegar returned last Friday entered her freshman year at uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ", I, I '"1. 'lj'l t
from a trip where they were North Florida Junior Collegein C, H, Scogijlns.:. They are bring[ BISCAYNES I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Madison.Mr. ing home, Handy Scoggins, who \
R\' Floyd in Spartanburg, S. C., and Mrs. 11. V. Mooty: had spent a month with them : w.
XNC'Y'S )J.n'n;ns air and Mrs. Vernon Scarborough and son, Lee, of Miami, will and with Mr and Mr, Jo'.ia: : ,
in Charlotte, N. C. and V>e Saturday and Sunday guestsof P. Jones in Batavia, 111.CORRECTION. I ,
NATIONAL FLOWERSIn Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pedan in Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.
most of the countries of Columbia, S. C. They also spent Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews
the world, they have adopted several days at Beech Mountain, visited Dr. and Mrs. William CHEVELLES
a flower or a. plant as the. national N.: C. A. lIar ,:rl1l1 in Dunecl'n: over In a typographical error in
emblem the weekend. its August 21 Issue The Tele
The United Miss Del Moredock of Miami word "not"in
graph left out the :
Jack Winters of Miami[ and
has been visiting[ Dr. and Mrs.
States has cho- :Mr. cud Mrs f Donald Wintersof a quote from Starke City
H. H. Adams and their son,John
een the goldenrod Councilman P. T, Nolln, makinghis NOVAS
Hattiesburg, Miss visiting
who is a patient in Bradford are "f'/h ,
some County hospital their mother, Mrs. statement real: the opposite r f
people call it a Mr. and Mrs. W, Ii. Stein- Charlotte Winters In Bradford from what the councilman '%
weed, but It is meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Afarklierlong County Hospital and brother- meant.
'' o flower: In abundance in Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. II. G, Bollinger full-time police chief, Coun. CAMAROS
r,1 the fields and W, F. Herlon. cilman Nolin actually stated /
j along the roadsides Mr. and Mr. H. D. Burch IT the police chief worked all
Mr. and !airs Herb Herres and son, Johnny, were visiting night be would NOT be expected
There are many countries and family were sight seeing relatives in Virginia[ and West to report: for duty the
with common flowers as their [in Orlando, Tampa and Cape Virginia the t past two weeks. next morning.
national emblem. For example! : Kennedy from Tuesday to Mrs. It. C. Hallettof Boydton, And A Whole Slue Of
England has the rose, and we Thursday.Mrs. Va., Mrs. Burch's mother, returned -
all know Canada has the maple with them for several I
leaf. Different :people love different Donald Thornton anJdiughtsr weeks visit.[ A TASTY topping on your
flowers. We proudly display l : :! of Psnsacola! are Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Natt of favorite flavored ice cream,
spending two weoks with her Miami were visiting[ their son
all flowers in shop
our our
Call us, we are as close TRUCKS
your telephone. Strickland. :Mrs. D. W. Whiffen the past cup shredded coconut with / and
five days. cup brown sugar and 1 tablespoon -*

..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ............. ..-.. .............. .............. ..-. ..-. --.. ........ melted butter. Brown in
300() degree oven; cool and


COMMUNITY STATE BANK serve over ice crram. ., WE GONA SELL 'UM.


oFg ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE

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THE HHADFORDCOUNTY
: TELEGRAPHPublls.Td

AnnouncesNew at 13U;. W every Call Thursday Street See Jim Lawson, Ermie Jones Or

.sifiUll Starke, Florida 32091
Hours Walter Alvarez
'-" -_ Second class postage paId
at Starke, FlorIda.SubscrIption .

Rates:
In trade area: $3 CO per THIS .
WEEKEND
FOR THE DEAL OF A LIFETIME
The Community State Bank of Starke, Starke, Florida year; $2.75 six mouths.
Outside trade area: $350 ,
announces that they will no longer be open for businesson per year; $3,00 six mantis I

Saturday and that the following bank hours will be- I

come effective September 6, I 969., SE/RVJCE/ SCHEDULE

CATHOLIC Churches
s


9 A.M. Until 2 P. M. -- Mon. Tues. and Thurs. ST 9Jj Sunday:EDWARD'S:: a,mThursday M.isSam., Starke,:and isu


Man, 6:30: pm.Mirirulous ,

9 A. M. Until P.M. and 4 P.MUntil6: P.M. Fri. Saturday, 7 Medal p.m. Novena.: s. 301 North Phone 964-7500 III

ST. WILLIAM'S,
Heights Keystone .STARKE FLORIDA

Sunday Mast,
9

A.M. Until 12 Noon Wednesday 7 Wednesday p.m. :Mavi a.m.A Novena,


ST MARY'S Macclenny: 'Sooner' or Later Your Favorite Dealer"AUG.

Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.


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\\1\\ City PolitcisHeating Consolidation Move :::: Plant Site I Fire Department

f Up Nixed Again "' Winter's' School of Dancing


(Continued :From Page One) Gaining MomentumContinued (Continued. From Page One) Active In

two political newcomers. Mrs. Lawfey 396 N. Cherry St. Starke Fla.
anent Authority he has ,
to be
M.I: urIce White and Jimmy Bow- ( From Page One) ,now each county gets about connected to a city sewer system (Continued Rron Page One) Department will answer a dis- Winter Salazar Instructor
en.Councilman. $400,000 a year' in race track under federal regulations. ed a dozen calls. One WIas! tress anywhere it can reach; any Dorothy ,
Group 2 Incumbent ance would be divided evenly revenue. Thus the four counties Commenting on the vote Tr.wlllegar far as RsddUh's Store in Hell- place In the county. It also
: Jimmy McRfta and between: the 39 counties.In Bradford, Baker, Union stands ready to assist other AGRO-MODERN
told Magerelll the industrial bronn and another as far south 0 BALLET .
Mrs. Elverla DeVoe, another Shaw's opinion "the basic
and Columbia receive about volunteer groups. Jordan says
park is ai "restricted"industrial toward Stance as the P. D, Reddish -
political novice. issue Is really gas tax and racetrack $1,600,000 a year.: .site across from Stucley'S Just Lawtey will cooperate fully in BALLROOM
o TAP
funds. He said that right However, if the four were "We are Interested in new north of Starke. evrey way to Improve fire pro-

merged into one and the num- Industry here, but not in the lo- Lawtey plans I to remain self tection for the county.
SAMPLE BALLOT ber of counties in the state cation of your plant at the industrial supporting and Independentfrom Next money raising move Is Beginners .. Intermediate .. Advanced
were .reduced to 40. the one site, because Cf obJec- the! county wide group of to give away a Shetland pony,

FIRST PRIMARY county would receive about tions on the part of others volunteers Using organized:: now donated by City Council Chair- Registration: t Regina Sept. 8
$600,000. Overall= then the four located the site from residentsof between: Hampton and the man Gene Pearson, next September -
counties would lose a total of the area" Terwillegar said. Bradford County Volunteer FIre 20. Jordan said the 33 AGE 4 UP
GENERAL ELECTION about $1 million "But we will help ycu by Departments However the Law- members will! ask donations
"I'm opposed because nobody tey group will work with the from citizens to operate the
locking around for a suitablesite
Starke, Bradford County, Florida has been able to show me any available at .a reasonable county volunteers and: Is readyto department. Phone 964-7098
facts! or figures that
would make reciprocal agreementswith
cost" Terwillegar added:! But
SEPTEMBER 9, 1969 substantiate! the premise that
he said! he known .of no site the other groups, Chief
the counties would benefit overall which might be avalbble.Maial'elll Jordan says. TO THE CITIZENS OF STARKE AND BRADFORD COUNTY:
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot as" a r sult of consolidation said access to a The Lawtey Volunteer! Firo
,
mark a Cl'OX( ) in the square at the RIGHT of He concluded Rep. Shaw, "Neither said. do I sewer disposal plant Is vitalto I would like to share with you my unsigned fan mail:

the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. believe that the financial status his! operation. Ha. cannot
locate in Waldo because that per cent: of the students will be CLARA -----,
of the= State of Florida
wouldbe
CITY CLERKFor enhanced.: town's sewer system is not adequate white 'and about 25 per cent
Two Years Vote for One he said, after displayIng black at the Middle! School and
,wel- BHS. SHE WHO OPENETH HER MOUTH TOO WIDELY, USUALLY BRINGETH
Phone RateHearing a letter saying he Is
come in Waldo.Councilman .
As for the quality of educa-
MERRILL EDWARDS Set Neil Tucker, UP HER OWN SOILED FEET.
Casey recently -
tion in the county
IiU said
at the meeting
present
.
receIved tat'*t to! showing -
he will not vote to spend: city
(Continued From Page One)
funds to construct a !pumplny: the number of students I would also like to stress the fact that my feet are as clean as
In those substdaries which have station and sewer lines outsidethe from the 1967-68 graduating anyone's feet anywhere.The .
CHIEF OF POLICEFor class who continued= their education -
bearing Florida State
any on finds site
if Magarelll a
Two Years Vote for One Telephone Company" and said just city outside either at a Junior college only class that was shown is in the typewriter that was used _
,college or technical school.Of It is
further that the had quite expensive.
company : It would be up to the City
n better be prepared to answer Council Majarelli was told: as
R. E. (BOBBY) BIGGS the questions. to whether the city would pay that! Class, 55.67 par cent Yours truly,
In April Mayo told The Tele. to run lines outside the city. Sa: continued their education be- Claire M. Capps
KENNETH FUQU.\ I I graph the Commission would far, no sewer lines extend be- yond the high school level, put-
not attempt: to make a decision yond the corporate limits, At- ting Bradford County 37th in
; I I concerning the rate increase torney Pierce said. the state. For tha year 1966-67.
WILLIAM F, .(BILL) FOSSEF until all the questions had been Mrs. Claire Capps. spokes- Bradford the state. County was 67th In
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man for the group which suc-
U Tuesday, In a telephone conversation the City
cessfully pressured

:MAYOR Service Commission's, an official office at said the August Council to 19,resind asked its Magarelll agreement:! a. t 3 Cycles Big Capacity !

the hearing could last all dayor
For Two Years Vote for One bout the size of calves he plan-
a day and a half and thatIt t
ned to slaughter and may haveto Low Cost !
would be "some time" before
hold: in pens overnight.
decision reached.siMILEc. ---
nx. a was
CAUL; HURST Young calves separated= from -
their mothers are likely to ball .:. *

WOODHURX.- I I Incessantly she painted out. Wk' Filter-Flo
L. Magarelll said he could not
,A .
IU say he wouldn't have' some Ask e 1 Washer
OF THE WEEK
very young calves, but he said
there wouldn't ba many because Filter-Flo wash system

COUNCILMAN OM1 uoi young veal does not Charley'E. -ends lint-fuzz on all
NOIIC E/UI WNA' to standards.: !
come up size loads.
For Group 2 15 I Attorney Bill Reynolds! of J L to
cr wiotJ Washes up 3 wash rinse
For Two Years Vote for One (Gainesville, who .represented ,
Magarelli at the meeting, ask- JohnsAbopt temperatures.I .
ed Mrs. Capps if citizens wculd a Permanent Press cycle
EEVERIA DeVOE n oppose a site In another partof This Question; I lbs p "
..-. .---.-- -,. with "Cooldown.
the
I I It r She city.replied that a survey I might have known my 6 Cold water wash and
JAMES E. (JIMMY) McRAE
IU should be taken on any site boy would lose that school I rinse.
which might! be chosen. instrument. He forgot it Bleach dispenser.

t Union Magarelli Cattleman's said:! the Association Bradford-:: on the bus, and it's just Soak Cycle.

COUNCILMANFor favors. his operation locating gone. Would musical instrument !' Extra Wash setting.
insurance
t here and! had written a letterto cover
Group 4 the city to that affsc. ing loss, theft or accident. miXedheavyfabrl. (
For Two Years Vote for One With dependable service "Where are they?" Terwille at damage have cost less
from us you get just what gar asked. "Hj noted that no than 1% of the value from
Ii you ask for.TUCK'S. support has been forthcomingother the Charley E. Johns A- $> iijA9.
JIMMY BOWEN than the letter gency?" .

Stating that the Development I

MRS. MAURICE J. WHITE S \ Authority Is presumably Interested Charley E..

in getting industry _
Hnr l'.'rrre DRIVEINBEEF Pierce asked! If the DO will JOHNS AGENCY
GERALD L. WILLIAMS I I PORK SP4RE assist in finding a site other

II III J CURB CHICKEN RIBS than Terwillegar the industrial replied park. that 131 So. Walnut St. SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

I, U.S sot SOUTH SERVICE- Chamber members have been Phone 964-5070

unabl to find a list of available 332W.: :Madison St.
sites since former Chamber Phone 964.7701c
ELECT: MAURICE: J. WHITE .
Manager Pete Novak left But
he said search of records .
a .*. .*:>: >. x *
WHILE THEY wuld be made Tuesday: after-
LASTAIR
noon and, if necessary Novak
would be contacted by phone.
Magarelli said he has pur-
chased property in Alachua
CONDITIONERS County :south of Starke on US MAURICE J. WHITE
301. He said he plans to enter
his children in school in Bradford
County next week.

FLOOR SAMPLE CLEANUPWESTINGHOUSE
Schools Days

Here AgainContinued WANTS TO SERVE THE


( From Page One)

t entering school for the first t
CITIZENS
IIIaq time, either kindergarten! : = or the OF STARKE

first ,
grade should present a
health certificate and a birth
certIficate Those who are
transferring to a Bradford Coun-
ty school should present a report -
card from the school pre-
/ viously attended.
There will be 228 teachers
working in the county this'! '
year, up from 215 last year. ,
The increase Is accounted= for ,
for by four new courses at fie i d dr
Vo-Tech Canter and by the fact I ,
that all schools will have 1'br-'! ; +t. : -

arians. In the smaller schools, : r 2 25 _
the librarians will also serveas j L
l reading t teachers I
"All of my staff looks like'
the best I've ever had," Casey

commented. "in: entire coun .
.
ty I don't believe:= we have mor ,4

than three teaching out of their '. .. ."
fields of certification" ,. I "
CARRIER Casey attributed the "bestever" : .. .. .f, ..
30% staff to the fact that this .iI,4

year Bradford County was able ,
G.E.UP OFF to choose from a Janre l number .fSt'JI'J.; .. .. '....A

of applicants. He believes there ,.- ,
'
are two reason!! for this. Stat:- '; ..
wide teacher salaries have Improved -\1' ...14

and Florida ii now able :..,.
While They Last to states.attract teachers from other ': !'#\ .N...,' ''11I'"""," ,:' .;A,.

A* for Bradford County speclficlally. -

that. the the county superintendentnoted school GROUP 4 CITY COUNCILMy

system
has
received a great
deal of excellent publicity par".
SLADE GAS ticularly because of the Middle
School and the Vo-Toch Center
was the first In the nation to Appreciation For Your
be fully accredited.

AND APPLIANCES Perhanj!! the' most significant
change for 1069-70 is the! cnllo11
dalton of the hlehchooli and II Support And Vote

Junior hish rchooh, with all
332 W. Madison St. Phon. 964.7701 students in these! grades going
to the educational
park In I
Starke. (P4 Pol. Adv.)

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Held two Lancaster eons: John of Hollywood.L. and: Robert Fla.; CUBE ) ". mold. Sprinkle with remaining 12 County Putnam St. Johns. Alachua
remaining
For Mrs. Myers H. Myers, both of Gainesville; I"s a wotnos'si1 cereal. Cover Drizzle with remaining Levy Oilchrlst, and Flagler.
biscuits. any
Qf Gainesville four brothers: Anthonly Will Requests jelly mixture over rolls. Bake Farm Bureau The meeting will J fcs one of
Scebe and Marklea Harris, all <_lib a series of six to ba held
In moderate oven ((375 degreesF.
of Starke; five sisters: Mrs across the state in September.The .
Edna Estelle Myers, 52. of Ruby Westfall, Mrs. Bertie ApprovalContinued .) until done, about 30 nVn- Meet HereFarm
Gainesville, died in a Gainesville Myers, and Mrs. Virgie Slide utes. Invert pan at once onto meeting will be frcm
hospital Monday.: Aug. 25, all of Starke, Mrs. Blanche ( From Page One) wire rack placed over a sheetof Bureau executives and 1.4 p.m. Paints to I ts stressed:
following a brief illness. Crews of Dlustee. Fla., andMrs. until J >ay Martha Sue McCain waxed parer. Let stand 2 to elects: officials from 12 counties are: 1)) Importance: of gcod
Sept. 15 he said. Requestsfor lift meet here next! Tuesday
Born in Union 3 minutes then carefully will
County
I on Extension farm records, 2)) explaining ths
Evelyn Cl'cks: : ) of Pliant 'County
,(July 1, 1917. Mrs Myers\, had City, Fin., and her mother: the!: year now round under HEW Head startprogl'am must 4 Home Economics Agent pan of ring. Yield: One ring; Sept. 2, to :disu3s expanding recordsdivision : service offered by the Florida:
been a resident of Gainesville 8 to 12 servings. the agsncie's farm ''Farm :Bureau Farm records
Mrs.
Anna Harris Starka.
for several be submitted by Sept. 1, he according t b A.H.
years. Services were from Jones Division. 3)) reviewing proce-
Surviving Is her husband: Memorial said.An FEDERAL LAW AIDS involved. such as interest the (LonnlJ) Harley, president of dures followed In offering the
Chapel: in Starke
effort to
John P. Myers of Gainesville; Thursday morning, Aug. 28.BUI'ial provide day care CONSUMERS fee for a credit report: prem- Army Private First, Class the Bradford Farm Bureau. services to farmers and 4)) a
one daughter: Mrs. Virginia was in Elzey' Chapel for Bradford County childrenis The "Truth In Lending" Act. iums for any guarantee! or insurance David Maruca, 20. son of Mrs. Counties to be represented discussion 'Jf; plans for Incrsasing .
being organized in Starke. protecting the creditor Netta. Starling 726 N, CherrySt. at the meeting at ths'Bradford:
which participation: in the FarmRecords
went into effect III the Rev. J. Thomas Stabb told against the consumer's failureto ., Starke was assigned as a Agricultural Center on NorthTempla
1 should Program.
Re-Elect the CUBB Board. He asked for better help consumers to be pay. rifleman with the 199th Light Avenue in Starke are
CUBB's assistance in providing Informed consumers. The law affects those who regularly Infantry Brigade rear! Long Columbia, Union Bak2r. Nassau -
employees and equipment. Ha During the past few weeks extend credit to consumers Binh, Vietnam Augr 11. Duval Bradford, Clay. ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE
you have probably received abariage
was asked to submit his requestin who for suchcredit.
or arrange
JIMMY (POTLICKEW) ) a aJ writing to the CUBB offica so from of letters and notices And the stress is on
banks department stores
each board member would receive protection. The Act FORD'2IMP022IBLE
credit card sponsors and finance consumer
a copy.Middle
embraces credit extended primarily
companies. They were
complying with the new law for personal, family
MCRAECITY School that requires the disclosure of household or agricultural pur* 2ALE
credit terms to the consumer in poses.
Opens Sept. 2 a manner that will allow the Credit advertisers must also
average consumer to under comply with the new legislation.
COUNCIL All Bradford Middle School stand the charges and compare Generally they must follow the ,H
GROUP 2 students are requested to reportto credit terms available from various disclosure requirements if. in .,'.,
advertising they give specific
the first day of school Sep sources.
tember 2 to the the CrI1t.OC: the If you read the creditors' letters Information about Interest ratesor
"A Vote for McRae building by the parking: lot, according you repl1r: that finance credit terms. features of :: They said e
best-known
The
to Principal Richard charges for credit may be stat nflh
the legislation: relate to ar't
new
Jockel. ed in many ways. For Instance.
will Represent all of Registration will be accord- a finance charge of Hi percent truth In lending and credit ad first car of the m.
vertising. But the! Act also establishes a
Ing to gride. Students will be amounts to an annual rata of
assigned to teams at the frontof 18 per cent. And most depart a Consumer Finance ; Impossible savings. Ford Galaxie 500's
:
the building and only the ment stores: add such carrying Commission and contains important
The of Starke
People front doors of the building will charges to unpaid account bal- provisions concerning SI95 now priced impossibly low.Innuiaia"n .
be open, Jockol says. ances on the closing date of wage garnishments and extort- r
Students will pay far lunches each billing period.As ionate credit transactions. : ... ,... .
'prtt' ,.ail. lh>tit
Experienced dally.: No lunches will! be paid a result of the Act you SCHOOL DAYS AHEADIt .; fix. tot* not include. *,hil. ,udtwiHtirw. .
month. All students >' arts,
until r-
week be
by the or will now know what the annual won't long you cn | Hilt*n will be charged 35 cents have "that" problem again ttsr'eadprkeMSOn4i9TAPoNs
*Capable Interest rate will --be whether >J'
per lunch.Cemetery. stated aa a discount rate or a getting children off to school !
Sincere monthly finance charge.In and you know they do better I
in Union County under addition to requiring that with a good breakfast.
(FD. POL. ADV.) direction of D-Witt C. credit terms be fully disclosed You might! try a Cereal Bub-
Jones Funeral Horns of Starke. the law covers other charges ble ring for a delightful! eye-
opener and after you try it
-- once because it is so easy to
prepare, it will probably become

BIG SAVINGS ONIAClOSCO1 ite. The a family Just-baked breakfast coffee favor-cake r

t will make a great accompaniment -
to a basic cereal and
milk breakfast. Along with a
citrus fruit, this combination
supplies the nutrients recom-

mended meal.CEREAL for. an adequate morning N II >heke yvur impo9sible

: BUBBLE RING drtM @Ome'tn4e4I

1 jar ((10 ounce currant jelly.
,4 cup butter or margarine, 2 I '
cups high protein cereal 2
cans ((8 ounce each) refrigerated !
:
prunes. biscuits. 20 dry pitted o

Combine jelly and all but t
SUPPLIES AND CLOTHING tablespoon butter or margarinein h ----'-'-
= saucepan: heat slowly until Our seal...sign of Save scratch
jelly is melted stirring often. impossible savings!
Cool to room temperature. 113! Come see us now!
Spread remaining 1 tablespoon
Dungarees&r butter or margarine over inside
CHILDRENS of 6V4 cup ring mold. Coat In
side of ring mold by carefully

t : Dresses sprinkling Inside surface.3.4 cup Roll cereal biscuits over TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Into 3-lncTi! circles. Place a
prune in center of each roll and
fold edges over prune press-
t _1 / $1.11 Ing edges together. Dip rolls Into 206 VV. Madison\ St. Phone 964-7200 Ctuy4e, Fla.
6 M $1.99 Jelly mixture. Arrange '4 of

1iAA1W ,the......biscuits,.,.,.,.,.......in....bottom... .. ...layer'''''''in''''',__...u..........,,.,..,..,....____,____ ..u..
; ; ; :

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$3.99 $2.99 111 You Pay Your Councilmen Reprint From The Telegraph .\ug. 7, 1969. .111:

Z Slaughter House
t To Look After Your 1 1:
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11;;
.. Welfare 1:
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t I ARE ALL OF THEM DOING IT City I Okays I


!, BOYS I'EKMA-PRESS 1111 TO YOUR SATISFACTION? !11!
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, 0 AND KNITsHIRT Plant I Site

f500: t .j111... A Vote For I 1111..

Sheets S$8c 1111
Paper - 69c JIMMYBOWEN Approval to locate-- livestock The 3-1 vote for approval J
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slaughter house on city prop came after a long discussion ::::
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T0 $299 :: erty adjacent to the Industrial on whether or not the plant ::::
1j:: Park on Edwards Road was would bother nearby resident :::11
l :::::: given a New Jersey man Tuesday with an odor. Councilman Neil ::::
1 r :::: night by the!: City Council. Tuckpr cast the dissenting vote. ::::
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j PENCILS l WE NOW FEATURE :::: : Reprint From The Telegraph Aur.: 21, 1SG9. :::::

! :ft ; \ ; I FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM 1111 ', c" For j 11
/ I Slaughter HouseCity _
FOR
: 2 5C UNDERWEAR I e


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Come /In And See Our New Store 1 ,'l 1111


r t 1111. P .Site 1111

:
; NEW COLOR SCHEME -- NEW SIGNS t '111
Under pressure from about 35 residents jammed into 1111

1 MANY NEW ITEMS NEW ::::: voted the city unanimously hall meeting to: rescind room, the its Starke City Council ::::::
tt -- OPPORTUNITIES decision to sell and ::
t ;1 for a slaughter house in southwest Starke. j;

1I : A petition which Mrs. ciaire: Area for which the Council i;
:;: Capps said contained: ,135 had okayed for the slaughterhouse ::
::
rJ 1I I . Courteous Sales Ladies :::: names of resident was sUb- : is south! of Alligator ::::
mUted to the Council. Creek ani: across the creek ;::'
SAME : :
: . Tremendous SavIngs :::::: FOR YOUR COUNCILMAN "This U not: only obnoxious firm the city's Industrial: park. :::= i
:::; but will lower property valProspective owner of slaughus. ;I::: i
is Tremendous :: .;." Mrs. Capps stated "It ter house Is David Magaielll of ::
Variety 1I:: will look .
Is who
for
:: a vote a man will not lower our light bllJ.1." the Jersey Veal Co. in Hobo- ::::
1f I :I::::: after t h.interest and welfare of everyman .one heard a.ided. The Council: also Jcen, N. J.' He t t.'rmed the Council's ::::
from two other spokes dec slon "not right and :::
Formerly The Bottom Dollar ;:;: woman and child in the city of men. Bill Dixon and Al Cros unfair." Mig. relli .said the city 1:.
::
:::::: Starke. GROUP 4 by. will hear from his attorney. .:::
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I OUR NEW NAME N
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Needs A Working Man To Look


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AUG. 28, 1969 TELEGRAPH PAGE,5'Services

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LAWTEY\ s............. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY ..............

I

By Eau Blanchard ,

. r ,, ,

A highlight of last week was
R stork .shower on Friday evenIng -
given In honor of Mrs.
Steve Cubbage at the home of e OUJ-
Mrs? R. E." Lee and by Mrs. D. tne J e/H
A. Jones, Mrs. T. V. Duck and SAVE ,f'' T
Mrs. H: E. Priest. SAVE
They played two games and 4T
prizes were awarded the win-
ners. The honoree recived some
nice Sifts as a memento of the
occasion. The hostesses served trv VNCO
present.refreshments to the 19 guests r

CHURCII ACTIVITIES:
Grace United Methodist: Sunday -
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship
service 11 a.m.. and Choir prac-
tice 7 p.m. followed by MYP.
Twenty-seven members of
MYP met with Sub District
in Starke last week and won
the banner for being the largest
number from a Church. 000 STOaE0D S

First Baptist: Sunday School tS Another Labor Day weekend Is here and we at Winn-

9:45: a.m.. Worship services 11 STOW Dixie, have selected some special items for this most important Quantity Rights Reserved.-.Prices Good All Week
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Training
Union 6:30: ".m., Midweek ser- "picnic" of the year. Thurs thru Wed., Aug. 28 Sept. 3FLA.
vices Wednesday 7:30: p.m. W INN.OIXIC noou, 'INC. COPYKIOMT- ,... Why not enjoy this last long weekend of summer by taking

Church of God: Sunday School the whole family out to the beach or backyard for a really
10 a.m. Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.,YPE Thurs- W-D BRAND USDA "CHOICE" great time? Stock Up now because we will be closed on

day 7:30: p.m.Highland Labor Day. GRADE. A
Baptist: Sunday ROUNDSTEAK
School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir practice '
6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting HORMEL CANNED
Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
John Lee left last week for
Albequerque N. M. where he w FRYERSUfVD
will visit his slater Karen.
While there they will drive to

Denver relatives.to spend a week with 5VAMS

Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and son
Robert of Jacksonville were
Wednesday'visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. Anders.
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Atkinson, Debra and Kar 99
en of Homestead were visiting
!Miss Enza Blanchard and Miss 100 STAMPS WITH
Arthurlne Blanchard who was C PURCHASE OF THIS
spending the weekend here. 99 CANNED HAM AND
COUPON FROMNEWSPAPER
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Redd are LB.
spending some time with Mr.
LB. LB.
O. J. Phillips while Mr. ReddIs !
recuperating from recent CAN
.surgery In St. Vincent's Hospital -
In Jacksonville. After this

they will return to their homeIn 2-lb*. W-D BLAND QUICK FROZEN C RED BEEF W-D BRAND LEAN
Macon, Ga. On Sunday his USDA CHOICE BOTTOM S SAG ::;ib.'Ba.39
Beef 1.19
brother visited him.R. D. Redd of Macon ROUND ROAST 99 Steakettes $1.89 3.BS.$


sister Mrs. and Carrie a friend Belle Emple of Tampa, her USDA CHOICE BONELESS BEEF Short} Ribs.FED HIE'LEAN 79C Gr. Beef r's'$2.89:::: USDA nr.wii 'SI' : 99CSyARCfplsi

were Saturday overnight guestsof CUBE STEAKS 1.39 .. .B.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling
and Gwenn. Other Saturday visitors COP ND 3-1/4 Ibt. W-D PALMETTA FACHEESE M PIMENTO
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl YORK Bologna 69* Beef SiewChUC$2.j: 9 : : 12
Denmark and children of Jacksonville 1.39 LB. oz. 69C
Mrs. Lois Carter, Mr.
and Mrs. George It. Shuford
Joined them for a family fish
supper. Fresh fish were furnished CHEK SOFTDRINKS -- FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS KRAFT
by Mr. Denmark.Mrs. .
A. C. Pearce and Mrs. 1 y _.
H. T. Bennett were visiting
Mrs. Marvin Thompson In Jack
sonville on Monday. MAYO
SI COFFEE
a/
Those attending the weddingof I I 1
Miss Barbara Milliard and
John Tye In Jacksonville Sat
urday evening included Mrs.
Raymond Bryan Mrs. Eugene tN
Pearson, Mrs. Ernest Wells and "ALL FLAVORS" } I DEEP SOUTH
Mrs. R. E. Lee and Mr. and 1-LB.
Mrs. James Shuford. QT. 39
Spending the past two weeks CAN JAR
with their grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson were Limit On. Coffee of Choice w/SS.OO Food
Paula Mark. George and Maria Order Excluding. Cigar."...
Raulerson of Montlcello. I
Reggie Norman has entered S ASTOR All GRINDS OT

Lake City Junior College and 28oz. COFFEE.49*
will major In forestry. JAR
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mantle Bottles
and son of Gainesville spent
Sunday with her rarents .Limit 1 of.choic. ,
: Mr. King Site BLUE ARROW. D.t.rg.nt
and Mrs. Earlie Padgett 19.0.. DIXIE DARLING LEMON,YELLOW, w/S.OO or more purchate excluding cigarette 20-o.. THRIFTY MAID..Umit 2 I

Mrs.Last were Eugene week Mrs.visitors Starling Starling's of and Mr family and two &wick"'Bread 2/49' Cake l( ..'Mix..4/l.FOOD Detergent 89' Tomato w/SS.OOormor.purchaw.xdudingdgar.HO Catsup.19 ,:

sisters and King Site GAIN,..Urn it 1 Dtt.rg.nt of choice
and brothers-in-law Mr. B-Pk. DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER OR No. 7 Can THRIFTY Whole Sliced or{rushed w/S.OO or more purcha** excluding cigarette* IB-Inch ARROW HEAVY DUTYAluminum

and of Mrs.Mrs.Dayton Logan Bob Dowler Ohio.Little and and family Mr.- Wiener Buns 4/89 Pineapple..4/l.} Detergent..99' i Foil. .. 49* ,


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanner 20-lb. BRIQUETTES 22-01. SOUTH Hamburger Sliced or Whole Dill' 46-ot.
JUMBO BOUTIOUI

J.Friday and E.son Teston.visitors of Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs. Paper Towels 4/$1. al..87c Pickles l( .. 3l.DON'T Fruit Punch..3/l.l : l


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee ,
spent several davs last week In r.
Atlanta and Jackson, Ga. vis- THRIFTY MAID U.S. No. 1 REGULARPOTATOES
iting Mr. Lee's sister and his FORGET :,a
mother.In .
FRESH FRUIT ANDA 'a a

The County Judge* Court. DELICIOUS SALAD .

B..o..u..1.1 County, ..'.....1". ICE MILK I
la J4ulreleIn FOR YOUR PICNIC! !1
lie ;
: Estate or EMIL :MEY-
EH, a-k-n. J .
:: U.L Jill-Jit.: LHIc -
",.".
FINAL; NOTICE;
Notice'IK hereby Klven I that
the undernlKnvd un tint :iuth day
of July A. U. l'Jbl.! mud a final 20
accounting tit Its adrninlHlriitljn 6-ox. LIBBY'S LIMEADE OR VINE RIPE' MOUNTAIN GROWN IBS.
of the estate of I ", .Mi-ycr, aka *
JmU1..10.1': ', d""M..d. andnotice \lII Lemonade..9/99 Tomatoes. .29
. IK further Klien that .. 99
after puljlkutlun of till* notice
once each week" for four cunsecutlxe MORTON Spaghetti w/m.ot...on.a Frank. SWEET JUICY SEEDLESSDinner
week, application will bema .. ..
Judge of Urnflford County... White GrapeSl.29
2
ida, for approval of Maid a.". 3/$1
counting and for final discharge HALF .. .. .
of tho uiiUerxltfned a* Kxucutur:
of Raid PHtute.KL.OUIKA. 2-lb. JIFFY Sal,..St.akV.eIParm.a..faOvy.or PINEBREEIE .'.'Fre.h Fla. All Whir.GALS. : 1 0

the l::"Muli-r tate: NATIUNAT.BANK,,of UiiiHHcU.Hy Jornll'oy..r::. Kxc-ctitur'.: .u-kaklmll Up'JACIs0NV11.l.IS of Steak & Gravy 99 Med.: Eggs 2 D0 89 IBS.KIUHI .

Krc J. Thomphon" Jr.
Trust OflcrrFlrnt
fubllxhed on: Aug. 7,
1909.
8-7 4t 8-28 20 INCHHOME

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l asked to please cooperate with 1" specialist. Prior to entering: the 1
the teachers for the ,best inter .lam"'
About service, he attended Florida
Colored est POLITICAL of the children RALLY iiiS\ ABOUT Junior College.- ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE

Citizens There will be a political rally -

held Tuesday. Sept. 2, at 8:00: Airman Apprentice Raymond
,.
p.m. In Greater Allen Chapel SERVICE MEN O. Mooneyhnm. TTSN. son of ,

SCHOOL,::: NEWS AME Church on the corner of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mooneyhamof

School bells for the 1969-1970 Pine and Crosby Streets. All ,.... .. .. .., Keystone Heights has com- fleet

term will ring Tuesday, Sept. candidates for City Offices are -. pleted 28 days, of Intensive recruit ;'9o I Iw
invited and the public is in- training at the Naval Air
2, at 8:00
: a.m. In the schools
In vited to attend. Station Mllllngton. Tenn.
Bradford
County. Teachers
have CHURCH, NEWS t He la enlisted In the, Navy'j t
been pre-planning for two f. '
weeks, making great The East Coast Ministers and Tour-to-Ten Month" active s
preparation
for a successful beginning. Deacon Union Auxiliary of the duty program and 1s now attending < KENNETH

Parents and Guardians are Mt. Sinai Baptist Association : a class "A" school ? tt
will convene Aug. 29-31 with which will train him In the

Rev. L. Davis host pastor of field of his choice. Upon com- tt t
Pleasant Grove Baptist Ohurch pletion ..of the school: he will return 11' A. Rhoden, son of Mr. and
Keystone Heights. Rev. W. D. to civilian life but will remain Mrs. Earl M. Rhoden of the
301DRIVEICI Dennis. Moderator. The public In the Naval reserve for State Farm has completedbasic

1s invited to attend. the remainder of his six-year training in the Navy at

Greater Bethlehem Free WiU rs obligation. Great Lakes, Ill, and Is homeon r t
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper leave. When he returns to

Williams. Pastor. Service schedule Sgt. Charles E. McLeod. :son duty his address will be F. A. Your Full Time
as follows: Monday night of Brady E. McLeod of Starke Rhoden. ME 13358130. Co. SSC-

Choir No. 1 rehearsal Tuesday has graduated at Sheppard AFB, NTC, Great Lakes, III. 60088. a
SHOW BEGINSAT night Choir No. 3. Ushers BoardNo. Texas from the training: course

SUNDOWN 2 will meet. Wednesday for U. S. Air Force computer State TaxCollections CHIEF OF POLICE t

ADMISSION 75c night Prayer Meeting Thursday operators. He Is now being as
night Story Hour at the signed to Tacnikawa Air Base,,

When 12 And With Under An Adult Free church.Circle Saturday Friday night night dinners Ladies 6i Japan Air, Forces.for duty with the Pacific Up FUQUA is a veteran police officer, nine years experience.

will be sold from the kitchen. Pvt. Charles E. Williams, son Collections! of various tax xg t

THURS., FRI., SAT. Sunday School at 9:30.: Educa- of Mrs. Ethel B. Williams of and the sales of occupational FUQUA is a family-man married Carolyn Ilutcheson, two sons.

tional Day will be observed Starke has been awarded a. licenses in July all showed

AUG. 28, 29, 30 Sunday with a program by the plaque for eccrlng- highest In sizable Inc 'pa.e over July of FUQUA is a Korean veteran, he is also active in community
Youth. All members are askedto his company- the physical 1968 "reneclirg the state1, affairs.

please cooperate with the combat proficiency test :at the brisk commerce during the t t t
activity. Mrs Mary McCloud is Fort tourist t according -
Infantry Training Center. peak summer season
the chief of police should be a full time position
believes
FUQUA
[THE GREATEST in charge of the activity Benning Ga. to the State Comptroller's -
Greater Allen Chapel AME Pvt. Williams earned the award office. this he promises to be.

Church Rev. A. R. Richardson by scoring theo maximum Sales and use taxes were up! ,

DOUBLE FEATURE Acting Pastor. Services 500 points on the test. His per- 15.0 par:! cent gasoline: taxes! up t FUQUA will provide leadership and Rive direction to your police

as follows: Sunday School at fect score admitted him to the 14 per cent, motor vehicle:: special department.
OFALLTIME! 10 with Mrs. F. B. Delestre in .Training Canter's. exclusive fuel taxes up 23,34 per cent ,
charge. There will be a Missionary 500 Club." The PCPT consists and occupational: licenses up
FUQUA Asks that you give him a chance to prove his ability
program at 11:00 a.m. of' five events the one-mile 150( per cent.
All members and friends are run, 40-yard crawl. run-dodge- While Bradford and Clay to give the city of Slarke an up-to-date police depart.

Invited to attend. Services will Jump, man-carry and horizontal Counties did not hIt' the state t ment. t

'a P......Pems !be held Sunday Sept. 7. with ladder. average for: sales taxes, Union

Mia Farrow Rev. Richardson In charge. County topped the stile aver FUQUA Asks that you help him on Sept. 9th by casting your

!!IP' ln.willl.nr.xi.35fin Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. age with a 34.71 per cent increase vote to prove that crime does not pay.
y :: -- Leroy Davis. Pastor church U. S. Air Force Sergeant Rodney ,

< SC8SS8V@te3 'activities as follows: Bible Study W. King son of Mr and
In dollars! and cents this
each Tuesday night at 8:00 Mrs.; : Albert W. King, 918 Rai-
: meant increase from $fi,272
pm. Prayer Meeting each ford Road Starke. Is on duty at in July an of 1968 to $ .450 this "ALL THE WAY WITH FUQUAPd.
Thursday night All membersand Korat Royal Thai AFB, Thai

friends are invited to at land. year. Countv went from $76.-
errownelw tend. Regular services will be Sergeant King a munitions! Airman 1st Class Ardel F. Clay increase of t ( Pol. Adv.) t
9.qnu.wri 04(5( to $83.473, an
-t AwMTH 40. held Sunday September 7th. specialist is in a unit of the Brannen son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pacific: Air Forcas. Before his 13.71 per cent.
R. A. Brannen of Bedford Lake,
Football arrival Thailand, he was! as- has been transferred from the
Maybe really is signed at Wethei field RAF Station -
204th Communications Squadronat lTL _
catching up with bAseball as :ii "- -
England.The Alabama to _
the national sport, judging by Maxwell AFB. -
sergeant Is a 1966 graduate
the 2015th Communications
how much an American boy
Jack has to be paid to play it.AIVIERICA. of Bradford High School. Squadron, Randolph AFB San -Experienced-
Leramon Antonio Texas. He will continue
Naval Aviation Officer Candidate
to work as a television
R ana Donald R. Thompson, son
ToQualified
equipment repairman. Key -
WtfttrMatthau
r of Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Thompson : -
Airman 1st class Tasco W.
Jr. and husband of the for.
Y Gunter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
are mer Miss Joyce C. Conklin all
David Gunter of Route 2,
TheCouple of Route 1. Staike has completed Your
City -Friendly-
i the Flight Systems Schoolat Starke, Is on duty at Phan
Rang Air Base in Vietnam,
Naval Aviation Schools: Com-
where he is assigned as an air
.r mand at Naval Air Station, 4
-A>lVS>0e* craft electrician with a unit of Keep 11 V ..
Pensacola, Fla. --
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the Pacific Air Forces. He pre.
MS>Nf''CT''''t His training included basic

aerodynamics, naval air, aviation operations physiology air New viously Mexico.served! at Cannon AFB, ) In Keep Carl Hurst Mayor

Jflst Refeased: navigation, power plants and ,

Home Movies ofAmerica's accessories physical fitness In minify JnilhV'n Court In Competent 1 '
and swimming.He Anti For llrnilforil County Flor-

Greatest will now proceed to the ida.In ro: KMnti of MAnOATlCTALFIIO '"
FRI., SAT., SUN. next phase of training under THORNTON.: drrenaerl! And
Space Triumph: NOTICR TO -m-niTons: ) !'
SEPT. 5, 6, 7Double the Naval Aviation Program. All rrnlltnrn of irtrnrct AlfloThornton Your VoteAnd
who lied 1 on Mnv 31.
,CpISTIE FILMS,. .. I960 while a resident or Bradford 1.
Feature County, Florida nr notified '
!I.;- file any that Anima'they or nre demands!rprinlrccl that to Effective / Active Support ',

hove nimlnHt her PB- ,
itn*y may
tale In the Oflc-e nf tlif County Is -''
Jluliro of nrmlfonl County Klorliin ds Appreciated .
OHTHIMDDN In the I'onrthnuHn' nt SlurUp q n jT
Florida. within nix (!nlpnIRrmon
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The dream of centuries comes true first publication of thin notice.
as Man sets foot on tho Moonl) Pro Each rlnlm or ileninml. numt bIn .
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right on the Moon by the Astronauts of Die rlnlmant I"In agent
themselves, "America on the or hlH void nttnrnov according, or It to will law. become -

Moon" takes you all the way from Aue-uflt 5, ltd1)
the exciting) blastoff to the drat Robert PnnlPl MnirvnrlAdmlnlHlrntor ;
matic landing on the Moon..andthen of tho nutate
Alflc Thornton
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Green Slime right In .
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TilE STARS and 16mm editions. Funning timer P. n nedillith. n* Sheriff\ our" .__ ,;z. .
approximately 12 minutes. Brndford' Count V. Florida. under WALNUT BEDROOM ., bi ',
PLUS and by virtue of Writ of Execution '
Airman Cecil C. Smith, son of to-wit: ; aI //
Execution loaned out of the I
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Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Smith! Court of Record nf Alarhua ,
FOR SALE of Keystone Heights, has com tViunty Florida. pursuant to a ,i wr v,. rr 5)u C I

pleted basic training at Lacks Final Agricultural Judgement Chemical for Armour Co. a 11 \ : <:

land AFB, Texas and has been rnrp. of Florida, and nirnlnfttTien \ ,F11- ir I Ifr
OR t .
assigned to Keesler AFB 'Miss. defendants.r na.vln In and tho MnRBle amount Davis of : :.J.. .

for training as a personnel $77.r.R together with coats ofcollection ...J

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Us
Jak MarathonThree Kept For You By
"anytime you get them hustlingit Twenty -nine hardworkingboys :
With a weeks hard work under
dons star basketballer and Danny Jackson, 220 pcund.top Andrews DrugsFor
helps morale and It's a sign sweating it out in t,
David are
their belts. ccac'J ::\ young Bract:: High
the line is
baseball plavlng foothill for prospect hamperedby 16
Hm'I 's lo! edition of the of good leadership and a signof pre-sason drills. But tha squadIs first time: Pete Vaughn, sophomore bad knees. It Is hoed, how School miners! entered the Fast Delivery Dial 0047170Ruila ,

Bradford High TornAdoes don pride. missing nine boys who were guard: John Douglas: Junior ever that he will be In shapeby 'Fifth 1 Annual Jacksonville
"If we can Improve that out for spring and
practice
ned pads Monday for the first the Beach Five Mile Marathon:
time this fall. leadership and pride so it affects were counted on to play this back: Sonny Norman senior opening game. .. .'
defensive tackle, and Bobby Bill Budy, letterman tackle, Sunday. Aug 2J.
tha rest of the
squad
"We th'nk senior letter we
our can be in for a good year." fall.Missing Brant Turner, Mllner. a junior newcomer.! is being used! now at center Of 102 runners, Bl'adfc'dLal'l'y Gas Water Heaters
are
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..men............are.........wtiingr.......!.......Hurse........says................r5..H..H...._._._ ._._H.........._ who came out and quit and Graudons, although new to and guard. He Is capable of Green 14, finish: 51st ,
= '>>
eight others who did not football, is tabbed by Coach playing any of the three positions. and Leonard Garrett, 14, finished
comeout
I Hurse as a top prospect. Hurse If Budy plays guard or t' ,heats water 3 times faster!
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; ifu1; this fall: Wayne Bennett, 52nd. Green's! time was 30:
DeWilt C. Jones Funeral has him set for the tight end tackle, the center duties will ;
Lavern Outlaw, Dennis Cohans: 49 for the five miles and Gar-
spot. be left to Tommy Blackshearand
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Bobby Chesser Robert Paterson lett had a 30:51: according:: to Rivers Of Hot Water AtI'
i Norman is a veteran grldderwho Eric Tomlinson. t- :
i Dennis Hall, and Mike Coach George Lopar. Jimmy
has returned after year'slay Coaches
a have still beenbreaking
STARKE :Macy.: Lowery, 15, finished: 90th at LOW COST
111! Three of those' boys would off. down spring practice 3f ::57 LOW,
PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE I have been starters, Hurse said. Hurse predicted the squad play on film this week.! They "
He will work Itself down to a "hard: scheduled! a shot offensive and All three boys will be freshmen -
named
: Bennett Macy, and
Ill) ill: Hall. core" of 24 boys bv tha opening -defensive scrimmage the first at BHS in Stel11'el' Pay For It From Your

HEIGHTS game September 19 with Macclenny. day In pad.sIonday..
The squad has picked! up six Green nr.J Garrett were the Utility SavingsPURCHASED
:::: ::: new players Lvnn Huise can still field! a 200
: Register
:|:: PHONE 47.1-3176. |:: Junior offensive guard and tackle "We're pleased with progressso pound line if he uses Budy ata young t finishers that high In : FOR

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coach says. If Tornado grldders! only 165 pounds. times for fire miles. $2.00 Per Monthon

can keep away from crippling Looking forward ts the
BRADFORD-UNION AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER opening Most :cf the finishers
aheadof
injuries they should be "pretty Slade Gas
In Economical
609 NORTH ORANGE STREET game, Coach Hurse says them
were: collets, J Junior
good shape" for the football
Macclenny is an unknown
STARKE FLORIDA college, and a few top:: !high CALL NOWSLADE
jamboree Sept. 6. quantity this season. Baker
school distance: runners, the
BHS coaches are teaching
will probably be a passing
coach W. MADISON
said 332
GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION EVENING CLASS SCHEDULEThe their offensive guards and tackles team, he said on the basis : GAS

to play both positions. that thev: threw: Htut 41>> I passes Entrants! were from Florida;! PHONE 964-7701

following schedule is for the general adult education classesand That is a necessity brought per game last season. They Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee. ,

G.E.D. testing periods. The year has been arranged for three tri- about by the perennial problemof should: be improved too, Hur.se. Loulsana, and Kentucky.
too few placers, Hurse says. noted.
mesters. If you wish to take a course you should enter the class during ..... ""
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the first two weeks of the trimester in which you wish to attend.If Second GridJamboree - -

enrollment does not justify a class, it will be discontinued for Sawyer NamedVicePresident GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir

that trimester and reopened for the next one on the schedule. Registration SetSeptember

fee is $1.50 per trimester. Classes will be held from

7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 6
Of LP Gas Assn. Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial :MOBILE\ HOMES .
The second: annual pis-sea
TRIMESTER I Equipment
son football jam;;.'ES is set Charles Sawyer president of Air Conditioning MUSTANG

i Saturday, Sept. 6, at 7:30: p.m. Slade Gas, Inc., of Staike. was Heating By Santa Fe Tractor
Beginning date. .. . . . . September 8, 1969 at Citizens Field: in G.1ln">v1lla.FE.1tul'lnf elected vice president: of the General Electric Mobile Homes, Inc.

Last day to register. . . .. September 19 1969 six area teams Florida. LP-Gas Association at Tractors FORDFarm It Implements
G.E.D. Testing. .. . . . . October 13 thru 17, 1969 each to play two quarters of its annual convention held at Russ's Sheet.:Metal, Inc. USED EQUIPMENT Gainesville's Discount Mobil

Last day of Trimester I. . . November 26 1969 fastball, the jamcies this yearwill Pier 66, Foit Lauder-ale, last Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter. SALES PART SERVICE Home Sales Lot.
Gainesville High! Tel. 376-8282 NEW :MOON CAPELLA
Thanksgiving Holidays . . . November 27 & 28, 1969 include wppk BRONZEWOODLow
Lincoln High of Gall1en'111s.Santa GARDEN SUPPLIES
Fa High, BraaUid;: Hign, Sawyer held the position ofsecretaiytieasurer AUTO SALES :Monthly Payments
COURSE NIGHTS COURSE NIGHT; 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1348
Palatka H.sh, and Ocala H.gn. In the association BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc.
Coach David:: Horse a::d his! last year and has
American History M, W English T, Th TOI'lIadcss111 meet Palatka been a member! of the bard of OLDSMOBILE: SEEDS PLANTS- :MOTORCYCLES

Americanism vs. Communism M General.Science M, W In the secnd quarter of the directors:: for three years. SALES it SERVICE Insecticides- Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

Elementary Education M, W High School Review T, Th Jambiiee;: and Class: AA Ocala Fine Selection of Used Car YAMAHA BMW
In the fifth quaiter. The same He and his fellow officers in Taken On Cadillac Trades
Elementary Education T, Th Mathematics M, W We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
two squads they played to 0-0 the association have a strong 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-M01 : 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0478' .e9C &'UtHta

ties in the jamboree last ysar. Interest in the control of air Sales"Parts Service
VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL EVENING CLASSES CRANELINCOLN
Ccala will be a greater pollution and are sponsoring a MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811
threat this year, Coach Hurse "Clean-Air Truck P/ogiam" In :MERCURY
COURSE NIGHTS says, became: of the addition: \ : the forthccmlrg year to enlighten Authorized Sales & Service FOR :MOTHERSTOBEA :MUSICBALDWIN
ot about 20 latteimen from the public: in regard to 2201 N, Main Ph 372-43TJ FULL LINE OF

Automotive Mechanics..T. Th Houaid: High a Negro school the benefits of LP-gas as a Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks

Bookkeeping . . . . . . . . .M I. W phased cut of the Marisn; ;; County motor fuel far:: internal com MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits
Lineman & Cableman Train1ng..T. Th system. bustlon engines. 606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS& ORGANS

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Radio & Television Repair..T. Th Mechanical CONTRACTORK.
4 wheel drive And cars
Refrigeration & Air Cond1tioning..M. W Robert L. KitchensTile Sales Parts 'Service :MOVERSLong

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|f. XMoon Landing Brings Odd [|


Reactions Around The World

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Haphazard reaction to our plied to the aviation authority -
+ successful flight to the moon Is for permission to fly to the
+ both and amusing.
Interesting
moon
his [
took muleti
( 1 Reading press reports and Rev. Abernathy
watching TV, I have gatheredthe train to Cape Canaveral in pro-
F following items that mayor test and deplored our expendw
may not be of Interest. Any- tures on space flights when +

Alachua-Bradford Line how, here goes.A thousands here on earth are v
Changing wise-cracker said the starving or undernourished and r

moon was the only place an ill-housed. *iAn
could where he animal lover thinks that
American
On Santa Fe Would Help -- PAyROLL PATRONAGEJUNKaT5 wouldn't find a bunch go of long If we are going to honor the ,
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haired pickets and a sign readIng men who reached the moon we C
Yankee go home. should provide equal honor to
Another commented All the monkeys who sacrificed ;
them billions for a mess of their lives [in earlier flights S
These lines were written before TRe other problem that of _lake i> cockeyed rocks." to make sucess possible. '.
Wednesday night's meting at Keystone front property owners not having con- When the three astronauts A youngster asks who so much j{
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Heights so it is not known what, ifanything trol of their beaches on meanderedlakes EXPENSE ACCOUNTS planted the flag and solemnly concern over bringing back i*;

constructive came out of the is even more complex and may stood and saluted it a hippie germs from the moon. Have'ntwe

I hearing that brought together owners be harder to solve. There is a basic quipped, 'Look* at them poor got plenty killing of mouthwashes deodorents :I:;

I of lake front property, Game Commission conflict between the State, which 1 UNDISCLOSED. OUTSIDE INCOME dumb And squares speaking of litter-bugs, and to take germ care of any situation? .NOr

officials, Internal ImprovementFund claims title to the bottom (or submerged -- it appears we are not contentto are these TV ads a lot of -

Board members, Legislators, and land) in meandered lakes and clutter up our Earth, we got- hooey? ;Jj;

County officials. streams up to the high water mark, ta fly to the moon and show A moon native biding behind :.t ta
who have assumed .. the world how it is done. rock and watching the landing r
and owners
property
Purpose of the meeting was to help lot boundaries went to 'CAMPAIGN! CONTRIBUTIONS There is talk of establishinglarge rushes to the sheriff and tells 5
clear the air in the present controvery that their r bases on the moon with him he saw a flying saucer s
over lake front lot boundaries and the the water's edge, no matter how; low enclosed surface or under- land and three men in funny =.:.

fixing of responsibility for the estab- the water might recede L S.fRY\ ground complexes where scien- clothes embarked. Of course :;

lishment of bulkhead lines on freshwater The State bases its claim on old I j CONGRESSIO tists can study the Universeand everybody said he was as nutty :;
as a fruit-cake and they sent ,-
plan greater conquests.An
lakes and streams.It J land grants which gave it title to ""
I enterprising man has been him to the funny house.
is hoped that if nothing else was submerged lands in meandered lakes, fre.r.L" ( selling lots on the moon with A Chinese cult, that for centuries n:
accomplished the meeting was worthwhile and interprets this to mean up to the several hundred folks payIng has worshipped the Moon ;
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high water mark on the basis of hard cash for deeds to a God, predicts a horrible fate ;;
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in that everyone was given a "common law." -::. l... scrap of Moonland.An for all who had any part [in :HJ':

chance to speak his piece and get his 'Ilium be American airline has ap- the enterprise. ;:
must
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grievances off his chest. If the problems This seems to be in conflict, how something can do to

were defined, so that solutions ever, with a U.S. Supreme Court deci improve my public image' the next session of that body. elected to office and then ::

may be sought even if they ulti- sion (in another state) which has held, According to the article men- squawk about the salary being :.:
mately require court action then too low, possibly: they don't :
) in effect, that where a water line is tioned In the Gainesville Sun :
the meeting will have served its pur- the boundary of a given lot, that line, -- he had been Invited by the Union check the pay scale before getting But-, I::
first time.
pose. no matter how it shifts, remains the County Study Commission. elected the :
after serving one or ;:
I boundary; and a deed describing the FarmersWith Diary While I have not read the billI surely, Then
Although there are many problems to eliminate more terms, they know.
understand it proposes
Involving waterfront property throughout lot by its number conveys the land up the State why do they want to be reelected -
in
i the state, the two immediate pro- to shifting water line; so that, in the no fear of contradiction. i and the 28 net Counties result of all such if the salary is insufficient -

blems locally are the establishment of view of accretion, the water line, if we can report that there Is no Heard an interesting discus- changes Mr. Crider said wouldbe ? I would surely like an explanation -

bulkhead lines on Santa Fe Lake where named as the boundary, continues to shortage of water around the sion last week over in Lake the formation of 39 counties on this point.:

Ott Corporation is developing Seminole be the boundary, and a deed of the Lawtey area, what with the Butler when the Union County Instead of the present 67. I hope the slaughter house

Ridge Subdivision developIng lot carries all the land up to the water almost daily rains ,we've had Study Commission had Repr. Mr. Crider is quoted as saying deal has convinced the Council
or was -
we'd say we that it is wise to look before
In fact,
it until stopped at the request of lately. John Crider of Jax as the in this article: "Purpose of
hand to lasta .
line.The have enough on the topic of consoli- not to reduce gov- leaping.I
the IIF Board and the dispute over Supreme Court cited cases go- while and many who ,travel speaker dation of on small counties. The his ernment bill was costs but rather to see that Mrs. DeVoe who!

clearing beach areas on meandered ing back hundreds of years in Englishlaw the graded roads and who have Duval County legislator has a make tax dollars go' further. announced for Council last

lakes.In to uphold the principle that a pro- muddy driveways say flatly bill pre-filled which calls for Consolidation has not reduced week, is a qualified housekeeper.

regard to the first of these mat perty owner is entitled to gain land that we've already had too the merging of Bradford-Unlon- costs anywhere that I know of, Perhaps that is what the

ters (Seminole Ridge) : since the boun- when the water recedes, just as he many showers In this area By Sam McGarvey Columbla-Baker counties to he said but you will get more City Hall needs-a good housecleaning -
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dary between Alachua and Bradford is subject to the risk of losing land lately. form a new ,county and he pre- for your money in"the form of Sincerely,

Counties in that area is defined as the"margin" when the water rises. S'oritunateiy ,nary| of tits Christ county district as a replacement dicted county that the consolidation legislature will in Improved Mr. Crider services.Intimated that his R. C. Dampier

of the east side of Santa the basis of this have cut under for Loy Stricklandwho pass -
On principle, pro- berry growers 50-50 chance of get-
another bill has a
EditorOf
form or The
Letter
moved to cover one Special To
Fe Lake it is has been
not
clear which the
leveled .
county and
perty owners on Lake Geneva and cover crops ting through the Legislature Bradford County Telegraph -
territory The
county -
the Levy-Dixie
would have jurisdiction over setting other meandered (non-surveyed) lakesin land In preparation for the has not yet If Crider's bill is approved, without an amendment calling :
the bulkhead line Alachua or Brad- the area maintain that they have coming .season, and the mois- The SCS here for it will mean that the county for a referendum in each of the The functional Lawtey Volunteer -
named replacement
ford. It had been assumed that Brad- the right to keep their waterfront ture In the ground I Is helping Hass. a seat will ,be located in Lake Counties effected. Fire Department: continues

ford, being the upland county would clean and make other improvementsalong the decaying process of the City although the courthouseIn Quoting further from the article to serve the City of Law-

have this authority, but an employeeof new beaches that are createdin material cut under. If we were We first met Bill as a dis- Starke, Lake Butler and in the Gainesville Sun as tey and much of the surround.
the IIF board has given to get more heavy showers, would be maintained coming from Mr. Crider, "The with fire protection
an opinion front of their property when the to trict supervisor of the SCS for Macclenny ing areas
too wet will try
that it should be Alachua. water recedes. the fields would be Bradford County soon after he as branch offices and staff- small-county legislators thanks to t the generous supportof
'equipment! death.
and heavy bill to
the
work ed with deputy officials. But to amend the people it serves.
Although it would not offer an The State, acting on its claim to the would bog down, especially in came meetings here, and we well held rememberthe at Lloyd you may be sure that his bill he said. "And If they get the Although no munificent gift!

immediate remedy, it would seem that lake bottom up to the high :water low spots in. a.field. Green's home In Starke. For 12 will be opposed strenuously by referendum amendment that tackedon all has been received its mem-
the best long-range solution for this mark, has stopped some property owners Sam served on that Rep. Gene Shaw and o her leg- you can be sure bers, with the aid of its able:
years involved
problem, and many others that are in the area from clearing: ,filling, We talked to berry grower board and during that time islators representing\ the coun the county officials! Fire Chief M, M. Jordan, the
Griff last week, and he will work to defeat it.
\
bound to arise in the Lloyd Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department
future effected.
would otherwise sUcn'areas' well ties
know Bill a.
or improving" got to as
land In' we County Officials I.
said he will get his Well. I hooe our
be to have the has raised enough moneyto
next
session of the State worker with
that a
saying they are destroying the next' conscientious work to defeat this
condition by will
Legislature redefine the boundary be- breeding places of fish and other wild- month planting, when hewill "bed up" good working knowledge and a Crider said he was not downanyone's try bill if a referendum is tacked for remain high pressure solvent while water I paylrg pump,
anything a
tweer.having Alachua it and Bradford Counties, life, and interfering with good conservation and be ready .to set plants in, deep interest. in.conservation." ing to Jam throat and as an alternative on it. We elected our County 100 feet of fire hose, equip the
run along the thread of the practices. October. He said he plans to suggested that the Officials to take care of our fire truck that we received from
lake, or approximately the middle In addition, Bill served many needs of our
of set some Florida 90's and the consolidation needs and the the Forestry Service with flasher -
the lake, rather than the east shore. Since the two positions seem irre- ;balance of his field in the new- other organizations, includingthe ,counties listed for and work County and I am sure they will lights, extra fire extinuish-
concilable, it is hard to see how the Fair Association and was get together not be found wanting if this for
varieties. lettering
siren and
er ers, ,
There would then be no doubt that matter can be settled except by court very active along with his out deals with adjornlng coun- proposed legislation'!! confrontsus
to the firetruck'!! painted by a professional
Bradford would be more
County would have the authority action, or by new laws more clearly After 16 years association family In church work., He has ties which reaction in thecountl.es at the ballot box. sign painter.
to set bulkhead lines in the defining the rights of the interested with District ConservationistBill his home here up for sale but their liking. The has Been so Time and space does not permit The Fire Department has es

area in question, and Alachua County parties. Haas we are sorry to learn said that in all probability he Involved the legisla- me to answer Mr. Crider tablished its Fire Hall in the
would have nothing to lose since the that he was transferred Mondayto will continue to live .In Brad- far: "Why can't : the way in this letter'!! but rather! to encourage old Masonic Lodge owned by
State claims the Property owners meandered ford County at least until the ture let things stay citizens to start
bottom of the lake, on Gainesville, where he will our the City of Lawtey. From its
anyway, and Alachua does not assess lakes in the area are already organizing handle th SCS Alachua-Otl-. next school year is finished. they ate working now to defeat this pro- Fire Hall it has answered num-

property or collect taxes along the and contributing to a fund for posal either in the Legislatureor erous fire!' calls since it received -

east shore of Santa Fe. use in an effort to protect what .p.. in a referendum.But its fire truck in April of this

they consider their rights. It might be must stress Mr. CrIder's year.
It seems to us that this is a rela. expensive and take a long time, but remarks as published In the The Lawtey Volunteer Fire

tively simple solution, and one that the effort will be worthwile if it even Letters to S MAIL Gainesville Sun a* follows: Department pledges to rmgnl-
should be attended to at the next leg- tually lays to rest a troublesome "Purpose of his bill he said. mously serve the generous Peo-
islative session. blem that has risen pro .. was not to reduce government ple of Lawtey and surrounding
time after time costs. "Consolidation has not areas. We know that they wit:

through the years. the Editor reduced costs anywhere that I continue to support our fund
.j know of." raising activities Just as Mr

So If we cannot reduce government Gene Pearson, chairman of the
:Mirror of opinion. costs, if we cannot city commission endowed the w

I ___.r promote efficiency in Govern Fire Department wiith a Shet

Wonderful 'squares'Frank August 24, 1969 your nose points toward Quincy. situation I thanked the Roping ment then what Is to be ac- }land: pony that we can aware :
Dear Mr. Matthews: Florida. you will 'scent a situa- Club both publicly and many comoHshed bv the proposed to some lucky boy or girl foi "
I note two "Letters" in the tion there, that doesn't make members in person. And Just legislation in the first place? one Dollar In donation to th: :

August 21st Telegraph: from the National Guard at all Happy for the record, I know the Ch'l-' I am suggesting that we approach .Lawtey Volunteer Fire Depart .:

} Borman, the man who [commanded nautics and Space Administration:: says. "I Joseph N. Warren, and Ken I dren are much better off Sat- this proposed legislation 'ment. It is to be given awayat

] the Apollo 8 lunar orbit crew, is think history will prove that if people in the Manning, and I feel sure they And let us not forget In case urday nights, at the Fair similar to the way our neigh- 5 p.m. September 20 at the

the kind of man who brushes his teeth regu future could pick the man they think should are writing for what they think of any emergency in Starkethe Grounds In good hands where bors in Union' County have City Hall in Lawtsy.
have been the first on the moon Frank Bor- the best Interest of Starke. National Guard will be in the parents know where they done and are doing. The 35 members:! of the volunteer :
larly, uses the ZIP code on his mail and And when I write letter I Let's not wait until it Is too fire will be calling
man would have to be one of them. He hasit a expect quickly to protect Life and Property are rather than wandering group
comes to a complete halt at stop signs. replies after all late to act. Lets not have it said of for continued -
all to be a national hero, and to deserve as critic- aimlessly around Starke. on many you your :
He's respectful to his elders, kind to his the honor without letting anyone dowu." ism isn't a one way street just Now regarding Ken Man If the Roping Club would that we were too little and too support. Many thanks to

wife and! children and patient with his Borman is. a tough-minded perfectionist going my way. But I do feel ning's comment: "He doesn't like me to donate a $25 Series late. all our supporters Including: the

subordinates. He's a temperate man, an and he knows his demanding job better than criticism should be accurate and seem to be adding much here." E Bond each year, for a New Respectfully City of Lawtey for the use of ,
outdoorsman and an active church worker.He fair, and I don't feel A. J. Thomas the two-inch well in refilling :
any man alive. Yet he has the patience and that this Let's look at my record: Last Englander Prize they Just have
calls: just about everyone over 21 sir or tolerance: to be understanding and gentle is the case in either letter.I November I got wind AND A to contact me. These funds our fire truck with water.
ma'am and he can talk about patriotism as with others never saw such a fine group GOOD SMELL of a Volunteer would come in handy for manya Aug. 23, 1967 Many many thanks to all.

I unblushingly as he discusses the weather. Yes, there arc those who will view a John of citizens as at The City Coun- Fire Derailment, so I sent a deserving. youngster. _. a few Dear Mr Matthews: Charlie M. Knight.
Aa to the
Ho, John Glenn and other men like them Glenn or Frank Borman for all their assets, cil Meeting, their daughters check, then again in :March years -later'!! for schooling funds.- -. politicians who get Sec.-Treas.

ate all these things things that some so- iiiul :still: contend they're "squares" because looked as If they were just out another check to Hampton, So I beg all writers to be accurate -
called sophisticates in our midst think ionstitutc they pay s.o much attention to so many important of the pages of Vogue or Harpers both times without solicita- and fair In their critic-

a "squ tl'e." But as most will agree things get involved and work hard Bazaar. The majority were tion so I may rate an Assoc ism. I like Starke, but I wantit i
f about Glenn, and probably will come to think tit being good citucns. protesting the Slaughter House iate Membership altho I have to progress and not go back- .'

about Borman, these men are by no means But thank God for squares! It's this kind location, thus basically! agreeing not heard yet. I donate to Boys ward in any way and I WILL t .r ." -

square as cynics use the term. of people who have put the nation where it with the theme of my August Ranch every year and plan to ALWAYS TRY TO BE HELPi I J / w'F ,
"There's no lace on Frank Boi man's spaceSuit i ii today! and will keep it great in the future. 14th letter. These Protestorsand remember them in my will! also FUL. Amen.
," a top official of the National Aero -.nle Lawrence (Kan.) Daily.Journal-World The City Council are all give yearly to March of Wlll'am! H. Summers.P. .
Optimists as they noted an error Dimes, Red Cross, etc. etc etc. S.-Let us have Progress _
in location judgment, and If Ken Manning is "adding" as In Starke. using a little hone y
they had the courage and decency and Jet eliminate
much locally I congratulatehim. sense us anymore
The Bradford County to forget their differences stupid ideas I

TELEGRAPH Il =.-- and join teogther and cor As for "Childish Whims" If -
rect this .
error.Regarding
might interest Ken Manning to Starke Florida
-:
ESTABLISHED 1879 c; -., I/ the question of know that Gerry Williams, August 23. 1969 -- Lets Go1iv
How many in
1. years Mr. Warren's
= f Dolph Reddish Mr. Shannonand Hon. E. L. Matthews
letter, about the Boston
Mr. Harton both of the Editor Bradford County Tele-
"
",.... :\ /'Y suburb Is a moot question and Roping Club and others all
graph
at Bibl. what I Intended to emphasize
agreed they would not like
FloridaDear [
MIMKRFLORltf Starke
In quietness and in trust This was years and years ago. horses trespassing all over Gene: T.vnnf TTnmillnn.) of Southern Marine

y& ESS shall be your strength.-(Isa. yet even one day one month their property. The Cattlemenand Since State RepresentativeJohn Smart owners are taking but special oils were blended:
or one year was too much but advantage of new outboard
30:15)). The Farmers are a big* Crider of Duval County specifically for two cycle ma-;

ASS ,+ T 0 N Let's relax for God Is here. move alas them.now it Is impossible to boost in the Starke economy, introduced the bill providing for oils promise These and special deliver better blends en- cial nine engines.rust inhibitor They have to protect a spe..:

There is nothing to fear, for My most important commentin and deserve a lot of help when- consolidation of small Countiesin gine lubrication; less spark internal parts when the en-

there is a law of Rood at workin reply to both letters is as ever possible but this doesn't Florida considerable publicityhas plug fouling; and fewer com- gine is in storage. They: help
our lives and our affairs. follows: "There Isn't more mean the Slaughter House been given to the proposal.In bustion chamber deposits. reduce pre-ignition; result in(:
should be located in that loca Sun issueof Although less sticking and
the Gainesville special outboardoils piston ring ;
loyal
God's healing life fills man to Florida
our and Starke tion. We all love children, but August 22, 1969 there la a are usually higher priced. eliminate piston skirt de-s.
E. L, MAT I HEWS. EdUor-l'ubUsher. than Adjutant
bodies and flows through General MoMil,
every how many families put the glaring headline on the frontpail' you actually save money, according posits.
Published each Thursday and entered. as Second part bringing restoration and Ian. Cot Hatcher of the Armory washing machine in the Living reads Mergers 'In- to the Evinrude News New Ingredients aren't the
Glut Matter at the Post. Office at Starke,'florid renewal. With God's help we Board, of course representing Room to take care of the diapers evitable'which Small Counties; Told. Service. In most cases you reason for this improved per*

under Act of March 3rd, 1879. move through the day easily, important General McMillan brief made this ??? This article is about the bill have to use less oil with the of formance.the most It's costly a special IngredIents blend;

Subscription In trade area: I year, $3.00; Outside happily and successfully. Gone Protest It", comment: "We So, Mr. Ken Manning please that Representative Crider In- new blends. They're designedto available Besides the ndvan<
cut the
And gas-to-oil
Incidentallyyou ratio
trade area: 1 year, $5.50 is all tension, stress or strain. don't have to go to Boston don't try to pin the Closingthe troduced in the last session of half from 24 to 1 to 50 to' 1.in tages listed above they Insure-
Horse Show becauseas and good mixability with gasoline
We are relaxed. on me, the Florida Legislature
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bids for ......,
Food Scrap BidsT food scraps from allschools ?

In the county. Postal Union Official Blasts
oBe AcceptedBy Bids will be opened at 10:00: r On Sepf,9f fi Vote For And
School BoardThe A, M. September 2. 19C9 In the } ,

Bradford County Board courthouse.SULLIVANS School Board. offices In the rt r ,ar Backers, of Proposed Corporation# Elect. .''N. ., L. IT'NEW. TIME LEADERSHIP FOB

of Public Istvuctlon will accept \

i A top postal union official writers had better read the URN THE DECISION
\\VOOD
IS IN YOURHANDS
of H R.
here said today that "Big Business finance provisions -
MEAT backers of the postal cor 11750 to set up a postal corpor :
ation. Not only are fiscal! con '
potation are trying to bam {
I boozle the public and mislead trols Inadequate and borrowing MAKE IT
MARKET Congress with four fake argu power almost unlimited, but MAYOR WISELYYOUR :
,.. ments." the corporation bonds would
IIW'Y. 100 ft; MII.ES SOUTH OF :not even be guaranteed by the CITY Of TARKB
STAUKE ---.J e r+ ;. Ed Hall Secretary of Starke's government. Such -bonds! wouldbe And Be Assured! Of An Honest; t. Fair. Progressive! And

S P I Local 2782 United Federationof hard to sell except at very Business-Like' Administration Dignity.
-E-c. I -A- L -- S Postal Clerks, listed the four :hIgh interest-and the cost of

ssa basic fallacies as follows: such debt service on a break Qualified *. Impartial Sincere

CHUCK ROAST LB. 55c 1 'f.,, ...,. "." :U even bas'.s would double first BE CONCERNED:'; -1'OTI:11'OODIii'R:1
.: :Iii ((1)) That business management !- class: postage rates within the
.
f.";,' ,- ,'i.i.}t 1 Is somehow better than first year or two alone. And "A Family Man1'
STEAK .1'-_ ...."" w, government management. the Impact on rates for other
ROUND "Who( produced the Edsel?" classes!! would be something to
89C Capt. Robert F. RHch Hall asked, "or who hired private behold! "NEED. FOR IN MY GOOD BOOK GOVERNMENT THE
SIRLOIN LB.T. detectives to tall Ralph Incidentally," Hall concluded I* URGENTLY "IT IS UPON THESE
Nader? What does the President "in case anyone questions NEEDED .'. AND NOW! PRINCIPLES THAT I
,
ONE New Military+l JudgeCaptain AND IT If SIMPLY THIS: SEEK YOUR VOTE
of a soup company or the our union's expertise In this .
FIRM COMMONSENSE
Bank of America know about matter, we would simply add LEADERSHIP AND SUPPORT FOR
THE DIGNIFIED OFFICE

LEAN HAMBURGER complex postal problems? We that the facts and figures listed WITH I
Robert OF MAYOR OF
F. Rltch, son While attending the Military CALMNESS
FRESH BACK BONE of Mr3. Hazel Rltch of Starke Judge's Course Captain Ritch do know from Fortune magazine here were put together by HONESTY AND III1III f l STARKE,"
that In 1967 half of Post III
LB.S9C nearly J. Edward Day. He was INTEGRITY AT
was one of the '
new Military Introduced
was ( to many of the ,
ALL LEVELS.A
SMOKED BACON the country's 500 largest corporations master General of the United
Judges
In .
sworn during ceremonies problems he will face as a HIGH SINCERELY
showed decline In profits States from 1961 thru 1963.
at Charlottsvllle,. Virginia practicing Judge. One of the REGARD FOR .V. f Woodburtt
Center Cut Pork Chops LB. 89c August 1. Captain Rltch Important aspects of the courseis actually And lost more money.than. a dozen x ,YOUR
was sworn In by Major: Gen a sentencing institute where The office/ grouch plrrtncd FELLOWMAN
Fresh Fish Mull LB.: 19c eral Kenneth J. Hudson the .school Instructors and distinguished his mention carefully He was
t (2) in
] ) That the!: Pott Office Is National smile
Judge Advocate General of the civilian Jurists demon- out of/ town for
such a mess only a corporation
Country Sausage LB. 89c Army.Captain Rltch strate factors invalued in de- can'rescue It. 11L'l'k.'
was among 40 terming appropriate sentences. "The fact is." said Hall,
'officers selected Army wide One of the major features of
Fresh Fish Mullet LB. 25c to preside at trials by court the Institute is to make judges "that we now swiftly move up a
of of
wards 80 billion pieces
martial. Eighty nine new Judges aware of their personal prejudices Re-Elect ,
All Meat Stew LB. 7Sc. In the Army, Navy and and)' biases and how to mall every year-a figure con w
siderably greater than the number
Marine Oorps overcome In adjudging'
of seconds which have tick-
during the Charlottsville Cere '
sentences ed by since the death of Julius Gerald WILLIAMS
OPEN SUNDAYS mony after completion of an
Caesar. Anyone who tries to
Intensive course at the Judge Following his receipt of the ,
Advocate oath, Ritch assumedhis translate occasional human errors ,.}
TO G P.M.. General's School. The Captain 1
Military Judge Course waS designed dutiej as a Military Judgeof Into sweeping generalizations
of bad service in the con CITY COUNCIL
to train experiencedtrial the 8th Judicial Circuit with .
text of that fact >Is. ,r.rr
enormous
duty station at Knox
attorneys In Judicial procedure Fort !
Kentucky Just plain paranoid." GROUP ,
'
(3)( ) That the postal servicecan

Youth Furious raining and ought to be self sus .

"Then why not make public

libraries self-sustaining?" Hall Proven Leadership Ability
3 After SentenceCourthouse asked, "by charging book rental 1
fees: or putting toll charges on
Capable
FINEST RESORTS all highways; or assessing use
d1: observers com five days and his license was fees against those who need
TAKE YOUR CHOICE mented that It was more Interesting suspended for 30 days. The police or fire protection? What, ExperiencedElect
In the halls than In t Pie Judge warned the defendantthat kind of a state universities!
Hofcby H this MmMropfcil part courtroom Tuesday when three flagrant cases of speeding would we have If educationwere
I dist Just 20 miles from Florida hi young drivers had their licenses usually resulted In Jail terms. limited to what tuition .

a salting of unsurpassed scenic .suspended by County Judge Five defendants entered pleasof would -buy? Why, then, this
I I / beauty enjoy Indoor and outdoor Theron A. Yawn during Plea not guilty and three were breakdown obesslon over postal

pool swimming sandy beaches Day. transferred, to the trial docket. service Who Lives Works
r A Man
:!i I .. fishing. boating driving Observers said that one mother Cases against two of them were
tearfully approached a (4)( ) That postal fiscal! : problems ,
rang ... putting green..3 of the dismissed
deputy sheriff who had can be solved by taking
nothingto
best golf courses on the Atlantic Transferred to the trial

Atlantic Directly on KM nent Ocean iH types of entertain- of do the) .with young the offenders case and was"fur-that one charged docket with were speed J. B.too Murphy fast for away authority Congressional and board giving of d'rectors.funding It to an And Pays Taxes In Your City

Ocean... lou-J. conditions and driving while all-powerful
tncst teaches Deluxe Kcwnmodattons conditioned Receiving the double penal- his license was cancelled; Mrs.' "On this score," Hall said ((1"1I Pe'. Adt.t
...championship pM.? guest rooms suites ties of fines and license< suspen Elizabeth Gunn charged with some of the nation's editorial
marina..serer roanand low budget family kitchenettes.Children's sions were Mlchale James Mc-
lounges. Exception! convention forgery and uttering forgery:
facilities for group 20 to 2500. counselor."e Rae Craig Allen Bennett< and and Granger Harris charged
Free at-your-door perking.A range t Willard Cecil Gaskins. with unlawfully exhibiting( a
of rates for honeymoon couples McRae plead guilty to leave dangerous weapon I
or families with children. Every ing the scene of an accident: ESTABLISHED 1904
, thing so you can enjoy your vacation, and was fined $36 or five daysin Others pleading guilty and
I TOTS AND TEENS jail and has his license sus their fines were: Lucien Gauther BadcockbFURNITURE TERRIFIC SAVINGS

SUMMER FUN SPECIAL pended for 30 days. McRaa said no drivers license $26 or I and APPLIANCES
For ages 6 to 18,everything troy he left the scene because hs: was three: Lillie] M Foster expired

circus,acts beachfront,teen dances cookouts, baU-, driving a car that belonged to tag, $26 or three; Richard .1\,
games
several swimming pools, tennis, someone else. Columbine. speeding $36-3; -----.-..
track &field, movies,skits, I In pissing sentence, the Judge Jack Willie Terry, failure. to __7\\
girls' charm classes.Supervised li noted that McRae had pre Immediately report an acci BEDROOMS
by 14 recreation leaders. viously had his license suspen dent $363.Lyndal .
Special program for small fry, ded for a violation. Blount Goodbread I
with a nursery and activities geared ,
to the special tastes of small tots 2 to 6. Bennett plead guilty to fail speeding, $36-3; Sandra Griffin, I
t AT BRUNSWICK. GEORGIA ure to have his vehicle under violation of drivers license restrictions --_ .
TAKE CAUSEWAV SO EAif4Vk control but when questioned consistently $26-3; Danny Ray '
MILES TO THE OCCAM..MAIL replied that ,he did not Patterson. speeding, $36-3; ,.:.,;
COUPON TO-: --.... feel that he was driving too George A, Pierce, failure to r"
E Wanderer Stuckey's-tonslr Resort Headquarters T. t 1t;; : fast "Apparently your }Judge drlvp within a single lane $16-3;
e M). Box 117, Jekyfl btoul, Georgia 31520n ment as to what is safe and Mary Lou Black, no drivers license ; {
e Wanderer Riiort D Comlr Motel! D Stucko/t Cirrlift M Q Honeymoon -- not safe: is Impaired" Ju: ge $26-3 and failure to have -_. ...Ir.
Q Convention O Coup Q Family Q Vacation dab .- Yawn told him as he fined vehicle'! under control $3ri-3. UP TO

e Ib t e him $36 or five days and suspended
eE Hankerson, worthless
1 e his license for 30 days Dorothy
Addrn< i_ check court cots and re e
LE After pleading: guilty: to driving $50 nrr ._ I IORNAT
1 ,
City JJtit -.J 85 m.p.h., Willard Cecil F. stitution of check; Theodore 5 NISH STYLED tD -_ ,. ,
,.. .. ... ....... Gulan Imoroper pas"lng, $26-3 I t
Ga=kins Jr. was fined $36 or
FAMOUS .f SORT} AT OOUHAVIN JIKYU ISLAND, GIOROIA I vend no drivers license, $26-3: BEDROOM
Thomas Edward Coleman reckless TRADEIN -

driving.! $36-3; Robert Simons SUITE -

,4t no life saving devices,
court costs; Jerome C, Griffis, ALLOWANCE h I p Spanish Avocado Finish 1"'* '
failure to have vehicle ardor I
I I I 'rte Compltlt your Sponith mold wilhhutlcgonlfyllyltd
control $363.Salvation.
t ItdroBm Suilt. Many dtlunt ftotuctl
\ t FOR I i .,yQ found on thil budgtl prictd iponol luilt in.
1 dude Antique Bran Hardware, large tt.ili.
{ -
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Ill I YOUR :;
proof Drown, and
/Fromid
Army Tilling MiirorIf
I11T OLD ::.. .., ..; .J n-cool ploilitind Sponith Avocado limih )ur Reg. PriceLess . 178

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VAGE 6 TELEGRAPH AUG. 28, 1969

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Disabled Workers; George ...htn><> .., W'. ,.;... <.:.'.:. .':'1'';''&'','.''.,'...f'.J"1.. ''''W.. .iS'' ';..;p, ) ,v'>.'','::',",. ,.{.;,;.'i 'V.,.<.. .' /J. '}:";..1t.-0. ;,. : ;>,':/ ",',;.J> i. "N'; : & V..:. ,.


Eligible For S.S. Services Held ;:,.t l'f< v..:..}. ;,.:;;} .. .. ..." l-!'... "..., ::,t :ft' ., J0.. ,,:...,,1 [.. :,:,\,3ifJ..; ; JrJ E tffJ.. :+}.rf. < ;t :ilI:1t: : ;.<'
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"Some young disabled: work. \l'\t1. ; {Jti 1: tHl'Kr.\: ,t :t ,%, ; ; it1 t. .. ,
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ere< may! be losing social security Services. heM Saturday ::. < M. "">,<-' x ':,(. "1 .." 1WAJfit.... < :?::. : ,* ,,7 ""ij. '. ,.".'#>-
payments: because they have !AUgust 23, f31'George Anthony ;";.i;: ; :1 'la"WiiIfij):A(. : .If):,:.;( / (, )'.i; A1 ;{> ,(,{<
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not applied for them," says Crone 69, of Pomona Park Fla.19. "..'...' ......,.,'.';..::.:',.:-.,:.,v'x., : ".; :e" ,;>t ,.,*',.'*....... ", v.t". ':! .,.. ' .

prescntatlve.Bill According Fisher Social to Fisher Security a recent Re. who Born April died In 26.Tuesday Baltimore.WOO, August Mr.Marylandon Crono ,;.:'!'1 r4 1..fo/.. 1 t.itiH?! ? :t;' 1::'.:' .tfe: }y'y'j\:: },:?.1 >:;;; ,, ; '" ):Ut; ;;;':.; .1," ,



change In the social ..security had been -a resident' .cf Pomona I .

law permits payments.to. young park for the past' 20 yeans., He ---I ,.Ii. .

disabled workers. In addition to' was' a gradual' of College B\'ItRGRDN BAPTIST

other older workers who ,became Park College In Baltimore and CONGREGATIONAL HOLINX88 CHURCH IAW'I'BY.BundaJ' CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

disabled before, 65. ;'. had been 'employed 'with the CHURCH OF CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST School.: 10 a.m. Morn- Sufnday: Bible Sudr10. .a. m.; Sunday. School. 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School. 9:45: a. fm.:

"In eome cases' he says IT. S. Department' of Agriculture Sunday School. 10 a.m. 416 East LATTER-DAY SAINTS tog Worship 11:15.: Sunday Won sing( Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m. YoutH '

for over 20 years. Call St. Service. 11 a. m. Evening Warship 7:30: : m. Prayer Fellowship 6 Cboir .PraDtic. -
"the young, disabled workers Worship Service. 11 a. m. Night service 8:30.: Highway p. ; p. m. .
will need as little as one and Surviving is his wifa: Merle Evening Service. 7 p.m. Sunday Priesthood. 8:30: 125. northwest of Lawtey-Hev. ,"ert Ices, 6:00.: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday ., Wednesday 8 p. m. '.

a 'half yews of social security Lewis Crone of) Pomona park; Tuesday Night. Cottage Prayer a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacrament a. L. Bennett pastor. Wednesday!: Worship! service 7 Rev. J. C. Heaters pastor Rev'. Robert D. Dumb\

daughter Mrs. Patricia 11:15.Monday: jp. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
work to become eligible for one : Meeting. .
beneflt.tl.'Workers;. Varnados of Pomona Park. ; a Thursday Night Prayer Met.V> Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAR CHAPEL

who are disabled grandsone: Ray Varnadoe; one tag In church. 7:3: p.m. Tuesday MIA 7:30: pjn. Sunday School 10 'a. m. :Morning : NOR.THSIDE BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .:

should lose no time In checking sister: Mrs. Frances Allen of Youth Service Friday night Wednesday Relief Society. Worship. 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning Highway 100-A _

their status with their social Jessup Oa.; four brothers: 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band. Yountr. Schedule. of services. : Sunday Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn;;

i security *>fflr* ." BiwardJ Charts and Lawrence Ivy Luke Pastor -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service). &' School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- ing Worship) 11. Training Ufc-
Fred Branch President 7 aMp 10:45: a. m. !Training Un) stUp.
all of ,Jessup.' and p. m. Evening Worship p. m Worship. 8.'
Vanilla It DeodorantTo Crone of Jac sonv1l1e. SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Wednesday lOll.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser ion 7 p.m. Evening Meeting 8

Services were from the Wind BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. S. R. Bowera D. X>, 715.:;! Mid-Week Prayer Service, vices 1st and 3rd Wednesday Wednesday Prayer Lovett.;

remove odor from the sor Methodist Church at Windsor 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night 1:00: p. m. Family night. p.m. Rev. Virgil .

refrigerator place three tablespoons Fla. Saturday Aug. 23, vices: Sunday School 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Tutee ...... "pastor.Let's .

of vanilla extract in 'with Rev. Fred O. Yerkss officiating Preaching 11 ". m. Training Freez Drive In. Sunday ;

a cup and place it in the low-forseveral Burial was in the Union. 5:43: p. m. Evening Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Service I .

>er part refrigerator church cemetery under 'direction : 7 p. m. Everyone welcome 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ,
[ hours. I
1 of DeWitt C. Jones Tuner.ial -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. I .a n

Home of Ksyatone Heights.war -Leroy Olive pastor: E L. I
St.. Marks Episcopal drtftts, associate. : pastor. i;,",+,,.. ::4}

;;1969.70 SCHEDULE: OF!, BUSSES Sunday Services I :.. 'I'I

.out. 11. bur Ml County 11,.. ", i. bue .IU plo up .....on.. tram elli point on CT 18 to the. "rooKerMheel 10 a.m. Church School '!! J/I/!!!
here all .."1..... rut he .. ... ". .roc.*. Feet on .R !. .i.l Die ." all 11 a.m. Family Service 'N42I11\"ut 1 \ !IIILABOR l
.....n.. in tin a... area preceedlna. on on JIT to Cl lot, th.nco north on f' lot to Lawtey. Sunday School. .. IS LIFE"Corlyr. .....
..... rlen.nt.rv. r-radfort lddlo clteol and Bradford. Mloh ........1. TMa but will then Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd -.m9 .. f
I b* Darnel at tl* bu. ho.n. Tho afternoon rout will beqln .. th* nradfor ,,,..1. School Sundays MorningWorihlp.. : -,
.. JiOO o'clock. tnd 4th Sundays.; Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service. 6:30.Rw.
out* .2. bu. '12. driven by ...... ..... rill bwjln on SB 215 forth o' ..00.... turning R. L..Bennett! pastor. .:.:. .:......
on ........ road at M l .iv... clrellne .... to a. J31, thence. to III 215. retumlne to !!t :
arooker .1..n..." School to unload elementary atudente and. pick up all etuoente enrolled I Mi f talk about labor work if you please for that is what labor is. Labor

In ...... echoole 9r.... 7-11. "ThU boa olll Peck. uf eturienta along S* 18. CHURCH OF GOD iii:: has come a long, long way since ancient times when work was closely related ii:1::;:: .1.
north of
enlttlna from Orehm to UK 12*. cogence oloklna un etu .n. on dirt road .
Cirahan. n..n.o.* It, proceed Feet to 1'0 elementary ........1. Bradford ""le( Mhool and Fra-lforl. M 0' School. ",10.Bu. .lll than } Middle labor .
Ages gained and !;!
IIiJ;! dignity! respect as slavery declined and Christianity 1111 s'
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MADISON STREET
bo narked at the. bur bam. ",. afternoon rout rill b.OL1 at th. Bradford .1. acheolat Sunday School 10 a, n1. Worship,
3'on 0'.1.... BAPTIST CHUFCII Services, U a. m. and 7:30: p. ::::::: spread. Then, later in the 1700's and 1800's the industrial revolution created :'::':: .$ .
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i ...... U. b. .17. driven by Harv .....n. Mill beds on tha Dedan Church Road picklntf Sunday School 9:45.: Morning m. Prayer Meeting! Friday, 7:30 Mi! conditions that led to the modern labor movements. Today labor has gained tii?;: .., t.
up all .Cad.n.. and proceed to SK 18, ".n.. v..et on 8* IS to nrookar 11..n..,." School iH respect wages and working conditions hitherto unknown before. ii@
Worship 11. Youth Choir Practice m. Rev. Chester J. :.c'
Shouppe':
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to unload all .aAant.. Tha bua will than traval enotv on IS 215 coenelnq picking utatudanta > ....... ... .. .
for are-lee 7-12 In the !.." .i.... aaetion, thanca to m 100 via. Fthan" Mop .... 4:30.: Youth Fellowship paator. iiiii Labor I is life Work i.iiWi.#: .v:
to Moody'e Ian on M 10O. Proceed rut on le 100 to Stark .1..n..," school, Bradford
"kill8011001 and Bradford M4oh .._1. Thlo .... .lll than ba perked at tha bur barn.Th Supper 5:45.: Training Union ::. ::::: work a man accomplishes and creates and :{:i:;:: .;
aftamoon ante vlll beein at tha Bradford '...1. school at ,.000'0100.. 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15.: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :::i: provides for himself and his family. When deprived :::: i':

_.. "4. b.. 171. ...10.. by Mbrt Dull, vlll bmln in Hanpton and orocaad South on Tuesday Prayer Croup (Highway 100 Theressa) ti of the opportunity or ability to work man often iiii:! '.
SM 315 to tha county lina. Raturn to tfanpton and ....... "vorth. on SM 131 turnina rut 9:30: a.m. Sunday School-10 a. m. : becomes depressed even ill iii '
on ... .'0..... Read for ..............1' 1 1/J .U.. tumlnt South on or.J.1 road to I. IS iii ;
and than to Hanpton rlmantarv .....001. "nl..n< .....n... Pick up ........ for the Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Morning WOl'shlp..ll a. m. : I Imil!
t?! Corinthians
3:9 tells
.. t'ldh' school 1_. aufficlont ran for Lincoln : us thatl'e\ are laborers ..
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'0" "i dl. Kchool and Bradford .. 7:30: p.m. Church Choir Training Urlon.-6:30: p. m. : ....... .
City atudanta aaaifnatt to tile Bradford Middl School nn nradford. Hlah School. 'Thia together/ with Cod" We are His hands feet voice ::ii:: '
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101 Lincoln City irtiara ..u..n.. rut bep101.1 Practice. 8:30.Thursday Evening Woi Ship 7:15 :
bua vlll than proccad along SB 111 to ua to : : p. m.
up for Bradford MiAdl* Icnool and Bradford viol .......... "Thia bua will than. Broeaa4 .::i c and compassionate heart here on earth to 2 ::;:: .
to Bradford Mldnla School. and Bradford High School. "This bu. will than ba Barked Church Visitation Wednesday :Night- Prayer Services !!(oi ::s::} spread the gospel lift up the poor, eradicateignorance ._ + :ii::: :::
at the. bua barn. Tha. aft mon routa will Main at tx* Bradford Mlddla school at JiOO 7 p.m. -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle :k. :i:: i and disease. :ii:;: ::
0'.1.... Packham, pastor. :(Ii ....., destroy f p .K?,. n.t .,:

...... OS. bua 17. clrlvan by ....nd. Jonaa. .lll begin in .", p'on. irocaadlnn, Iou._.. t i] Honor God and Labor this week by 0. Eii# }::
on s. 111 and oontlnuint South on tie JO1 to the. County lina. It will than turn. around church. iiii
1 and procoad. orth '0'" 18. than.. *.... to m J17, raturnino on S. IS to IIS 101, travalino '- FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD j.:: ;iiii attending ...v; ..: .
-*>rth ton 111, turn around and ccnjunc. South on US 101 to IR 18 and thanca f..' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ::: ::::: t'T1it ;f :::i''::
to Hannton Y1...nurv ........1. Unload .la,Hmta.y children for Hampton school and load to OF STARKE :
capacity .tu..... for Bradford "iddl. school and rrai-ford vlnn School rrocaad withoutatonpina STARKE West Weldon St. and Raiford i '
to Bradford Hdla School and .....fo..* Hiih school. ..*.U.Ito will than b* Sunday Aug. 31 Sunday .
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p..... at ... bua bam ..... ......oon routa will halo .. tha Bredeoaat MicMl* School Road : : t4 4
JiOO o'clock. School, 9:45: a.m., Morning Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. s I .: 6 f s 1 ;J

nout ... .... a... drlvan by ....'ori. Packhan, will bavin on t* 11A and ........... ""... Worship 11. Sermon: "What It 11:00: :a. m. :Morning Worship;
....... ... Means To Be Saved" (Luke 19
to SB 100. Procaad worth on 4* 100. turninq riqht on S 18 to Cryatal .m.o : *::00 C. A.
SI 100 and nrocd south to dirt road into ",...., ....n.. to 8R IW' and dirt road oft. 1-10)). Church, Council Meeting p. m. Services; 7:00: I I J '
nil '.. intaraactlon with S. U. .aura to 98 100 and nrocaad south to .. IS.thane p. m. Evangelistic Services. S J ., 4 :e.t
hhotof 0 Hampton, clamantarv '._1. Pic up atudanta for Bradford Hlddla School 5:30: p.m. Training! Union, 6:15: ': ::.:.::.:::.:.::.::.::.::.:.:.:.. The Church li Cod I oppolnlod agency In :.::'.:.::.::.::.::.::.::.::':':':'::.::.::.::.:::.:.:::.:.::.::.::.:'.: .
Wednesday 7:00 Mid- ::: :::::::: 1'
.. ... rlo-iantarv school In 111 : : p.m. ::::::::::::: hitQ :::::::::::::: :::::::: .
and nra-lford Hiqh School and pick up .d" f.p'on on p.m. Evening Wor!hip. 7:30.: ,:. ::::::::::::::::.:.:.: world for tprioding I fhi .deal Hit :$:::::::::::::::::::::':':':::::::::::::::::::::::::'. ;I>oIilililiiililillillli
and us 101 to S. 117. Than procaad directly to tha Bradford" "l-ldl School and BradfordHtoh Week Prayer Meting ::1
School, "Thia DUB will than b# parkad at the bur barn. "The afternoon rout will Sermon: "The Sins of Adam"Gen. t' /for man and of Hit dimond 'for man to rtipondlo >"
hoot at tha Bradford "l'ldle school at .,on o'clock.Route ( 3:11.12): ). Pastor: T. E. GlUeyHEILBRONN ; 'Sf t that, law by loving hit neighbor.i : : ; i !!!!! !! :,!

001. boo 819. driven by 0. r. Boatwriaht, wilt henln en -n I'tproceadlnn *a>et Wdhoul'o
:::::::::::: this' grounding, In the lo.i of Cod, no :: :::::::::::::::::::::' ::
4 1/1 ..U.. to qradad ...d. Proceed. .south on nraded road to oick-un point Turn around Tuesday Sept 2-WMS Caun-: '.:, :::::::::: :: ::::::::: ::::;

and Peat..1.u.n<*ile to to...flat.1.. .hated....... road rant_on'''t.**thane 21S to South sn 12A to,"SR...22S...and North proceed to SR to US float, ...... ell Meeting, 10:30: ; WMS Pro- BAPTIST ''s: itIM!! !!!!!!! !!! .f mini or toclilv" or woy of f lift will longpiriiviro m !iIWitIII1!!!!! !!!! !!!!!!!! !

qraded road ....... Proceed South to Tarry, Road. thence Caat on Tarry. Road to SR 2OOA. gram 11:15: ; Covered Dish CHURCH. HIGHWAY 18 N. ::r:.) .::.:::.:.::.::.::.::.:.:.:.:'. A and thi 'frmdomt which wi hold to 'III ::.::.::.::.::.:::.:.::.::.::.:.:.:.::.::.:j: = i .$:..
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Thence north to Lawtey fl..n.. ... School.. Unload all *>. .....n... Proceed from Lowboy Luncheon 12 Noon; WMS Busi- Sunday School 9:45''a.: zn :::::. ::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:: Ij' dear will Imvlloblpirlth.. Thirofori lost ::.:.::.::.::.:::.:.:.:.:.:..:..:.:...::.:.:. Cc
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fl..n... School on ua 101 South to R 200", feat on SR 20OO to aacond dirt road on : ::''::':':'::':'::'" ::::::::::::::::::: )
ei.... continuint Beat to SR 223, thence. North on SR 225 to dirt road in front of Thoapaon'a ness Meeting 12:30: p.m. Deacons Morning Worship 11. Training\ ::. :}::c::::;:::::::?::.:::::::::: f':J from a tilflih point, of.I.w.one should support [:I :::::::::::::.:.:.:.:::::::::' :''.
....., '. ... .. >:':':':':':'::::::':':'. :':':':':'::::::::::::':':f hI .
thenee aat on dirt road, to SR 200.0. louth and COat en ZOOM to Meeting" 7:00: p.m. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening' Service :::::'::::::::' ::::::: A the Church for 'thi taho of 'thi wilforo of him. <{::}::vSSrr::::::::<:}::}: .
us lol, thence South to Bradford Hiah School anl Bradford nlddl school. "Thi .... will ..; ::::::::::::::.::::: :':::::::::"':::::::::: :=
then be parted at the hue barn Tha. afternoon route will heqin at the Bradford MiddleSchfiol Wednesday Sept. 3 S. S. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer fler- ?: .:::9dtryl:::::::::::::::::: lOll and hit family. Beyond 'that, howivtr }ly:;;:;' :ii:::::: y ," ." ;::1
at JtOO o'clock. :;: (; :I {# ::;iiiii::::: ::>9 :j. ': .I \tl I. r..4 i ')4 "1" .,"It'll '/, f.. 'r
Supt. Cabinet Meeting 6:30: ; vice 7:30.Rev. : :. : ovary "pinon, should uphold and "porticlpati, In,. if .e. ..... : ..' 1).r: .
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Route *8, bua ala. driven by .h. Oriffia, will begin on Claude Rowe Road and Griffis p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. L. Tommy Howe Pastor. r::: ::: ::::::::::: 0 the Church bicouti It tolls thi truth about >:::::::::::::::::::: y'
Road to us 101, south on US 301 to Richard Itarllnq Road and return to us 101. South ,'=' '::::::::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::: '
to the. sane Road, thrash to c...... silt and) return to US 301 and ........V Elementary Church Choir Practice, 8:15: : :::::::::::::::::.:.:.:. '_ mon'o lift, dialh and dittlnv; the truth which AHTjt ::::::::::::::; .,. "i'
School and unload all elementary otudenta and Blek Bradford Hlqh School etudenta.Proceed : :':':':':':':':'::::':':'. t j ::::::: .
on US 301 Pouth to stark and Bradford) High up School. This. boa will then be parked p.m. GKAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH .:: ::::::::: :::::::::::i: / olono will, tit him !ho> ti llvi 01 a child ol :::::::::::::; i .

.t the bua born Tha afternoon route will begin et !Bradford High school at 3tlO o'clock. W. A. Hogan Pastor Sunday School 10 a', m. Morn- .:{:: fafti s a Cod, ri y: ... .
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.. inJ; Worship 11 a m. and 7 .Q. __ 4
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Rout 9. boa aae. driven by Hubert. ...... will be etudenta on the Mot elde of highway to .'.hl..,.... Return on US 301 south to Lawtey in.- Rev. Fred'Johns, pastor :::::::::i::::::::::: t_ i: :_ -l.. .Jq:: "'
elementary school unloading all .t..n... .....n. rout will proceed Eaet on SR 224 to row :,1'
County lin*. Man to Lewtey Elepentarv School and ....... FIRST UNITED METHODIST !{ y.'J > '
unload all Iwentary 1lif! Jiiill "."t
NEW RIVER BAPTIST ;;;i ;;;;; ;;; .
Pfucend to Starka to Bradford "',... school and Bradford. Hiqh "_I. ", i. .... will CHURCH STARKE :i : i mt1mi: .w
.then. b* parked at the bua born The afternoon _.. will beqln at Bradford Diddle School Siuiciay School, 10 t ItOO 0'0100k.800u .
Sunday Church School
Worship 11 a. m. TrainlniVntcu : : : $
MO ..... aa, .... 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship
driven by .1 amp will beqln North of th State Priaon on traded ., 7 p. m. Evening Worship), :
toad thenee to SR 12S. eaet on SR 12S to US 3O1 thane* South on US 101 to .......:.V 11:00: a.m.; MYF Snack Supper i ....
Blementary School. Unload .lementary ...d.n.. and pick up Bradford Oath School ........... 8 p.- m. Wednesday night service 'J :::::
and proceed directly to Bradford Nigh ........1. ", i. bua will then bo parked at the. ..... 6:00: p.m.: MYF Meetings 6:30: :8
bam. The. ......-.. rout will begin at ........!. .otylo' School at .,10 o'clock. 8:00 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel :: .p
p.m.; Evening Worship :
come L. L. Parker, pastor. g
(.Rout Ml, boo 837, driven by 3... "...... will henln on SR 200A and turn .root on Diek
rerquaon Road, proceed to tint dirt road south, circle around by l voodlewn Church, continuing p.m.Tuesday .:1
lIo..h.. ... to first dirt road to left. proceed on traded road to SR 223, turn. WSCS Executive FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH SHELL STARKE "66" :
Beat and proceed. to Lawtey Elementary school and unload all .'.d.n... pick up all atudent Meeting. 9:30: a.m.: WSCS Gen- Sunday Service : ': FAULKNER HURST ;
Sunday\
for the. Bradford Middle school and proceed. on Its 3O1 south to ...... and Lila Bradford
middl* ........1. Thi bu. will then b* narked at the bu. bam. The. afternoon rout eral Meeting and Installation School 9:45: a. Morning Worship -
will begin et Bradford Middle School at 1.00 o'clock. of Officers 10:00: a.m.; WSCS 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE.

Rout til, but ")9. driven by Ida Brown, will botn on Ul 101 at Carter Stor. and proceed Dutch Treat Luncheon at Gar- vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek\ Service : :
lorth to SR 100. Return on US 101 South to Harket Road, thence ...... to SR 16 and den Restaurant 10:00 AND Bill Edward. Ph. 964-7231
: a.m. 964-6111
South on S. 18 to starka Elon.... .........1. Bradford riddle school and Bradford Hlqhschool. Wednesday 7:15: p. m. Carl Hurst Phone
Thla bue will then be .parked at th. bu. ....... .Th* afternoon route will lain Wednesday Prayer Meetingand -Charles Reese ministerBAYLESS :
at .Bradford Middle School et 3tOO .'d.... .. Bible Study.Thursday U-HAUL RENTALS Tire Tru-lng

Route ai3, bog ". Brian by Ida ".. .".'.h. will lath et SR l 6 at the County line. Chance] Choir maBWATItAP'r.Qn' Headlight Adjusting ;; .
I. will trawl Seth on 88 16 co 88 01'. ".n.. toot on an 129. "'c'.P .....n.. North Rehearsal. 7:45 CHuRCH
of 223 on dirt road prior to intereection with SR 229. ....rn.o.. 225 and proceed to : p.m. Truck Trailer Brake Service : .j
RR 119, thene South on SR 229 te Riaing Road *.... one mile north 1 1/2 mile end return. -Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr., '
to SR 229 and South en SR 129 to stark Elementary achool, Bradford .....1. School and Pastor. Sunday School 40 ..m. PJeo'ad11nc Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and i
Bradford" I'iqh School. Thia boa will then he parked at the ..... barn. The. afternoon Service at IX. XnOnlnfafon. >
route will.beqin at Prajford riddle school nt 1."(! erleek..Reu .. :; Minor Tune-Ups Alignment $
w 6 pjn.'nveakkg Service. .J' ,
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.i .1.\0\.. '14. tetwan b. annin '.U" v.\l Mgr, .t r. .n(....ctln of I.I If ...d ,;.!
.P 223. Broceed Oath on SR 18 to I" 229, '''.n.. ".5t on SR 229O ta Junction with 7;> Midweek Prayer 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE "
SR 233 South, turning worth. on graded road and return to SR 233 Inorqan Roadl proceedlnq G. E. Sanders Wednesday. 7:30.: (Everyone welQeme. ='=";:.
South to 9R 16. Proceed on SR 16 to Starke Elementary School. Bradford Middle School
and Bradford Hlqh .._.. ,This boo will than he parked .. tha. boa ...... Th* afternoon Rev. George E Orowtfl .I PHONE 964-5899 AD Minor Repair. i
route will beqln at Bradford *'iddle School at liOO O'clock. Dies '
... ; Long pastor. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 'N. Ave. Stark: .
.t. MS. bua /1. driven hy Leone. Miitehead, will beqin on SR 233 at '. store. 617 Temple
oroceedinq. Northeaat. to SR 229, thence Morthwort on ST 229 to th. County lin*. Turneround STARKE BUILDERS
and return to SR 223. Proceed en SR 223 to the eacnnd graded road peat Ray(... Time ResidentServices tit
Highway Church, ...m'M1 .mile. then. worth to SR 779. thence south I mile to IIAAIPTON CHRISTIAN Hlway 301 and 100 .
lost leaded road on left eirclinq North to roturn to SR 223. Proceed South to SR loo CHURCH ., SUPPLIES Inc. ,
and thence. rut on SR 100 to ...... Elementary .School Bradford "Id.'la School and Brad LAWSON'
ford Hill "'001. "This bua will then" be parked at the boa bam. The "..rnoon rout. were held Wednesday Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning '

will login et Bradford Mlddl school at 3 lOO .'.1.... August 27, for George Worship at li; Evening 't Featuring Ace Hardware 410 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET "

Rout ats. boa. ..9. driven by Marie ".....n. will lain at Bill Reddiah's store on SR 18 Edwin Sanders 80 long-time Worship 7:30.: Rev. Carl : Complete Paint Supplies
end proceed. on dirt read to Crawford Settlement. and return ta SR 18. .Proceed South to resident of Bradford Clarke, pastor
SR 133. thence raet to US 301. Proceed South to ...... rintary .School Bradford County and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE
"Iddla School and Bradford High "_1. This .... will then be ...r.... at the. .bog bam. who died in a Starke hospital .

The afternoon rout will beqln at Bradford "jaMie School .. 3iOO o'clock, Monday August 25, followingan FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialise in Custom Slaughter- .

Route a11. boa *14, driven by Albert '1'\1.\ o7.. will begin en loaded road at Plaaaant drove extended illness. HAMPTON and Wrapping-
"""ro.. Circle dirt. road Meet of IB 229 at Pleaaant drove end ing. Cutting :
return dirt
by road Peat 964-5270
Sunday School 10 219 Washington St.
to SR 16. ....... South ta ..... Elementary. School, Bradford Middle school and Bradford Mr. Sanders was born In a. m. MornIng MODULAR HOMESre for Deep Frees eWHOLESALE
Hl-jh School Proceed South. on US 101 to Lincoln City and pick up all .....n.. enrolled Georgia on November 15, 1888 Worship at 11. Training .
In q..... ft.' and proceed to louthilde Elementary School. This bog will then be perked
at the boa ....... The afternoon ...... will begin at. _......* Elementery School .. 2,So the son ,of the late Horace and Union, 6:30.: Wednesday. night
./el.... Angullne Smith Sanders Prayer Meeting 7:30: followedby i FLORIDA 24-Ft. Wide

Route '1.. bus. *20. driven by Elate ...on.. will lain on SR 21 at Orlffln Pull Camp. Surviving are four daughters: choir practice Starke Nur Phone 964-7039 I II
Proceed. around Lake sent .. to a point h.tween the 10... and back to SR 100. Proceed. Mrs. Elaine Sandlford of Macon ing Home service 3:45: p. m. Also 12Ft. Wide
North on SR 100 to roreyth Road, thane. worth on Eoreyth Read back to SR 100 and proceed -Rev. Melvin Hamel.! I
to _,'.id. n..n..." School, Bradford "ladle school and Bradford Blah ........1. Th Ga., Mrs. Kathleen< Mar- pastor EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD
boa will then b* parked. at the. hue Th
barn afternoon rout will beqln at Bradford
Mlddla School at >iOO .'cl.... chant of Warner Robbins Ga.. CALVARY MOBILE HOMES
BAPTIST -
Mrs. Jean Johnson' of 'Brandon OMTROL
Rout S19. DUB. 9, drive by Sawell Proctor, will lain on SR 21A and proceed to SR 100. Sunday School 10 a. m. :Mojrn- .
thence. on SR 100 North to Southeide Plementary School end unloed all etudenta for qra.... Fla., and Mrs. Delores Runyenor lag Warship 11 !:[:{ Campers and Traveltrallers COUNTY j
1-'. "-0 Bradford Kiddie school and Bradford ..., school.. cola ..... will then Bradenton Fla. four sons: a. m. Training j
;
be parked at the. bug bam. The afternoon rout will begin et Bradford Middle School at Union. 6:30: p. m. Ev nto g 8erttoe :j 4CrtUllOU CO.' TELEGRAPH M
>tOO 00100k.8wte Horace Norman and Cly3eSanders : Keystone Height
7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wedareaday t

Ha, bill 10. drivn by "illle Mlliama, will lean at th:.C..n., line on SR 210. all >of Starke and Harold 7:30: p. mRev.. R. R. OFFICE SUPPLIES
;
Proceed boat on IB 210 to Bower Road, thence North to SR 16. rant on SR 1* to County Sanders of Phoenlxville 539.'E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
line. Man to bare Road .. .... Butler pualor. :
and proceed South to ".n. Reed, than* .. to Colley
(Road and South to .....h..d. Klamentary .......1. Unload all R-3 atudenta and proceed to Penn.; one .sister: Mrs. Gertie TYPEWRITERS
Bradford Middle. School end Bradford Nigh School. ....,. bug will then. be .parked at tha Burge of bua barn The afternoon route will begin at Bradford Middle School at JiOO o'clock. ;.
brother: Fred Sanders of Ack- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH : ADDING MACHINES
Route .n. bua 813. drlvan by Herjorlo "ad., will lapin on SR 10O, are* SR loa and 'worth Gar.Services. Inspections and Estimates
proceed. on dirt reed by Vetinary Hoepltal for 1/2 mile. ....rn.o.C 100 and orocaed BROOKXK BRADFORDABSTRACT
south to the South and of Porevth ..... .....? ta eta eouth end of SR 100a (criffla were from the First Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora-
Loop} end proceed ..... turn right at Northeast. gems of orlffia Loop and proceed 1/2 .
Christian Church of Starke
.lie ..., '/2 mile Mirth turn ant on Klleon Road to CoU..t.. than South to Ing Worship 11 a. TO. Training CO. EDWARDS'JEWELRY
Southeln. fl_..., "" _1. Thla Due will plek up ,-. andante only. ", i. boa will with Charles Reese pastor Union 6:30: p. m. Evening ServIce WILLIAMS
then be .. ....
parked the .
bua Th* afternoon route will begin Bat .ide Elementary
school at 1,30 o'clock. i-w at and Rev. J. C. Hester officiat 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Oonway.pastor. .
Rout S22, boo SS, driven DyDantHy SromnwUl. beqln em IR 10OA at Marjorle Mdea'hniee ing. Burial was in the family Grocery and Market
proceed Boat acre** 8R 100 on dirt road by y.U....., Hospital for 1/2 .U.. Better Service For Your
Recent 8. SR 100 end proceed South ta th.. *outh end of Eonyth -. Return. to the plot in Long Branch Cemetery
of ..... at ............ Groceries Moats F4
tech end SR 10OA iIl2UU.I end proceed. turning right comer under direction ()f DeWitt C. Airpark Bapttti -
of Orlffi Lop and prQuoad 1/9 ailla SJaet 1/3 etlle North. turning bat on Nllaon Road Clued Title Problems
to cells Road. theec South on Colley Bead to SR 100. Turn Nortn on SR 100 and proceed. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Sunday School 9:45: am. MornIng Official Class Rings
; GAS AND OIL
te Bradford "....1. ana Bradford Nigh .......1. The bog will then b* perked et the atorn. *
The afternoon route will baqln at Bradford Mlddl school at 1,00 .'.loc'. mla Wonfclp. 11:00: f.jn.: Evening Keep ake Diamonds Abstracts
boa will pickup only atudenta in 7-11 ....... Laura Churchflomecoming Wortnlp. 7:00: pm.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack aad Gladys Mwarth

Rout 131. boo 139. driven by Etta Pay ........_. will begin in Stark. and pick upstudent Prayer Meeting and Bible Study.. Title Insurance
an us 101 South ta SR 117, .......* mat on SR 127 ta SR 213 .* Semmon City Set 7:00: pjn. Stody on Book fill 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 Sooth Stark
Return. eame route to US 101 and proceed North to SR low (_..- Loop! and Mat t*
SR 10O. Proceed MSS an SR 100 to ........... Plementary school and unload all RStadant Pealm Nathan L. Mod11a 158 W. Call Ph. 944-6881
*. preed ta Bradford Niddle sohael and Bradford High ._.. "Thla bux will Homecoming at Laura Baptist pastor Phone 964.7064 PHONE 944-U12
than. b* parked at the. bu* ........ Th* afternoon route will begin at Bradford Stalls Sehoalat Church is scheduled this Everyone Welcome. _.
JiOO o'clock.
Sunday. Aug. 31, with dinneron CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE be.
Route 814, boo 111. driven bvNen1 Calsmuslwill begin en graded road at Narkleasterllnga' ,
Return ta .waded read South 1 I/I .U... turn Cut 1 1/1 atlas, South 1/2 the grounds. Think About It
.lie*. Beet I Mile, turn around. at "County Una and travel Meet two alle. NortnwMt l/> 'There will be special cinglng .Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Coatee -U.. {.t.r 0.. ....ibm Live Better
all and return. .. IB 1.. ........ en Country Club road ta SR 130 than Heat to Celley "Mr how tvir, character In .
Gerald
In the afternoon. Rev.
Peed end Sooth ta aoth M. Elementary "' 11001. Unload all R>f ....on.* and proceed. ta roih'nsr
Bradford Mddla Sehoal ana ...tord Hlqh "_1. This ..... will then be parked *t the (Buddy) Crawford Is in chargeof more clearly] than by BIectrtcaD7"-K. Height. *-PBO.M .473-4511
has ken. The afternoon row. will begin et Bradford ",ddl. School et JiOO ..'.1_.. what they think laughable.
song services. Goethe. t

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I;: Kentucky Fried Chicken, |.:I: Bilck: la Isbaal 1i! Badcock's-Store Serves This ;\:"



Caters To Parties ;1 Area Better Than Ever BeforeBADCOCK'S *


Charlie Braswell, at 1601 N. and from then on you'll receive ,/ ''
Temple Ave. not only serves the fastest service in ASSOCIATE 'more, just to get to use his 01
the best fried chicken in town town. Before you know ityou'vegot STORE has changed alot and tier new desk.BADCOCK'S.
. but, they cater to parties too. a tempting lunch In a box. if you haven't been in it latelyon has Royal Master -
Whether you've got a crowd of with a big napkin with a picture : 128 S. Walnut Street you've | and Polio bicycles for your
5 or 7 KENTUCKY'S barrel of the Colonel himself on : missed out on seeing their a- children to ride back- to- school
or bucket will feed them all. It. What more could hungrj mazing stock of home furnish-
Get a good hunger togetherand man, woman, or child want. $ T ings. You don't have to go out on.Proper rest is a health asset -
"go down to KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY also has ice cold of town to have this vast select- for your children and yourself -
,. Order yourself a box of KEN- tea, or milk and cold drinksto Ion and at such reasonable With a comfortable mat-
: TUCKY'S! famous fried chi.; :'-- go with your meal. After prices. tress with Innnersprings every
: en. 'inside every box you'll your delicious meal you can enjoy BADCOCK'S has all of this member of the house hold will
. find two rolls cole slaw mash their delicious dessert. At and more, on their furniture sleep better and feel better too.
potatoes, or trench fries. and KENTUCKY they make their floor. At our present low prices, every
just the best chicken you've own desserts and they surelyare With school in mind BAD- home can afford a good inner-
ever tasted. tasty. COCK'S is thinking of your spring mattress for every
Tho best thing next to Charlie Be sure to come out and "- 4I -' children who need peace and member of the family.
Braswell's chicken is his visit Charles Bras.veil and his quiet when they study. Also You'll be surprised at the
fast tmd friendly service. The friendly staff and enjoy some they need a private desk and things that BADCOf 'S has on
minute you walk in you are good KENTUCKY FRIED r& ; I chair of their own. A place to display so don't . don't
greeted with a friendly smile CHICKEN -- it's good!1Sam I --- >- 4- S j'h' keep their materials and special hesitate ,.e on in today.
papers books: and other school Yo'll see qutittlty,.. and qn'i'' -
-"v. __ .J: 't k supplies so that it won't disap- Ity and at the right price!
::: pear or be misplaced. With a Yes, BADCOCK treats you
Griff Grocery Has Fresh new desk from BADCOCK'Syour right. Come by and see Bill
child will want to study Wilson real soon.
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Meat And Produce Daily ,/ --
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-S 'r4 .- pI \' Popular Hangout For Teenagers;

your(: c.iua nas a young growing come by and see for yourselfthe \
{ body. At SAM GRIFFIS' large variety of fresh -
Bus'man's Lunch At Tuck'sWhether
GROCERY STORE their complete meats, vegetables and staple s 4 Special
line of nourishing: meat Is groceries on sale every day. 3 _: & \4
being available dailY-for your "We don't just have weekend ,' ,- r't km-n1
children will help them to grow. specials our prices are low ,'; :- you're after a simple will be to perfection.For .
Diet authorities stress the Importance everyday," says Sam Oriff is. i ., &' < S S hot dog or a spicy pizza the business man, he
of meat in the family They are located at 624 E. L I 4 TUCK'S DRIVE IN has It. The knows that TUCK'S is the placeto
diet. Not just for adults but Brownlee Street. Not only Is a,, ( t i __ -' S service Is so quick and conven come when he wants a nour-
for the senior citizens also who their store sanitary and clean r --.'' / lent. No matter how large or ishing lunch choice of meats,
need their proteins too. but at GRIFFIS' you won't 1 a-- '; itp smallno matter how many two vegetables, salad and
ORIFFIS' staff of friendly have a bit of trouble with parking -- I from 1 to 60, just roll up to breads. (You can't beat that) ,
people Invite each and everyone p TUCK'S and stay In your car The location of TUCK'Sgreat Is
of you to come and selectyour and let Billy or Monarch too-US 301 South, where
cholc cuts from their fresh Come down soon and Inspectour :: Moore take your order Or if you can drive right on in and

poultry and meats. GRIFFIS' facilities and merchandise. you prefer coma into the air be waited on.
hat.fresh vegetables tooll:1vlnlr We are confident you will be conditioning and enjoy your Come on down to TUCK'S
: only the best grades convinced that no better qual- moderately priced meal after t fie football game, show
of :)neat keeps GRIFFIS'S customers ity at no more reasonable price or just any time, all of your
coming back. And the can be found anywhere Far Did I hear somebody say friends will be curs to be there.
price is the best in town. Each your next order TRY GRIFFIS' H BARBECUE I TUCK'S DRIVE Rememb Tuck's Is the stu
and everyone is invited to GROCERY STORE. IN has the most delicious BAR dent's. Friendly Drive-In. Our
BECUE you've ever tasted. Billy hours are 10 a,m. till 12 p.m.
f r Moore, has set! up his own Monday through Satu'day, am?
barbecue pit so that your food 5 p.m. till 12 p.m. on Sunday.
Stan's
Bootery Has Largest --


::Stock of Shoes in t This Area Healthful Foods at Edwards


SS Grocery Gives Energy For SchoolPeople I
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,.With so much excitement ery is truly a friend to the par-
about new things to learn and ents; of this area. '
new things to wear, Stanley Now In our much larger store Woodburn's Gem Jewelry Offers The Finest Clothing at Low Prices need get up and go- and moderate prices of their
Irfathls, owner of Stan's Boot- we have added several new today. Energy for zest to go to meats and other foods. These
ery corner of Call and Walnut lines of name brand merchandise the moon on. That is the reason reasonable prices (even in to-
streets says "Happy Feet Make Ladles hats as low as The Finest Watch RepairSchool it is important to give to- day's Inflation) are available
Happy Students." $1.50; Ladles Summer Handbags Eagle DeVane's Established Policy day's students the advantagesof every day in the week-not just
'With living costs rising higher at V4 price. We don't have good, wholesome food suchas weekend specials
every year, It is Importantfor the space to tell you about all equipment for testing and get is found at EDWARD'S GRO- You will find It a plea sureabic
you and your family to get of our fabulous specials duringour bells ring and every- ting your watch in perfect condition Getting the most of out bud- too. CERY on U. S. 301 (south), and convenient experience to
your full moneys worth out of anniversary sale so drop one knows that school time is at WOODBURN'S GEM get is Important. Where else When it comes to the men Now, at the opening of the shop at Edward's Grocery be-
what ever you buy At STAN'S by this weekend and see for watch time. Now is the time JEWELRY. but at the FASHION LEADERof and boys Ray stone Is alwayson new school term-Is the right cause it Is outside the central
BOOTERY we assure you that yourself.Mr. to let WOODBURN'S GEM For back to school WOOD- Starke, Eagle's could you hand to show you the latest time to get In "The Edwards business district and parkingis
our handbags, shoes, belts, Mathis said he has been JEWELRY put your present BURN'S also has fine pen and find such high quality and reasonable fashions to make your man Grocery Habit" if you aren't already never a problem. Our low
-jm3ae, hats, and many other ac- delighted with the fine reception watch in tip-top running condition pencil sets which are a "mus prices for the whole look really extra sharp. one of our steady customers overhead also helps to keep
$ssorles are only quality the people of Starke has or sell you a fine new for back to school. family? A large variety of the Famous There are so many new down costs to the consumerand
brand names. given him since he moved to watch at our everyday low Make WOODBURN'S your Eagle's caters to the younger name brands are always in faces coming Into Starke every you save from pennies to
!>Our line of Back-to-School the new location. "We have prices, headquarters when It's gift set, with their economy and stock at Eagles. day and we would like for each dollars on every grocery order.
name brand shoes now includesfor made countless friends, for (Mr. and Mrs. Woodburn owners time. Lovely gifts for all occas. good looks In clothing. Of The girls and ladles section and everyone of you to come Yes-your boy may be the as-
men: Jarman, Sandy Mc- which we are grateful, and people and operators of this sions during the year. Birth- course, Eagle's never forgetsthe :has several ladles who will always -, and shop with :Jack and Gladys tronaut of tomorrow if you give
flee Stacy's, for woman: Vogue are coming to realize that friendly jewelry store on Call stone rings and identification rest of the family Cinder- greet you with a. smile Edwards at their friendly store him the correct diet to keep his
Charm Step, and many others our stock is complete, our quality Street in down town Starke, bracelets are always popular eUa dresses for your little girl and a warm welcome while With the many activlt'es that body strong todav and that
with the largest variety of shoes superb, and our prices are would like to remind you thata gifts on that all Important will make even the roughest tomboy showing you our lovely assort- children take part In this fast girls of yours might be chosen
ever assembled in Starke. Shoes unbeatable." student's most valued friend birthday. For wedding and engagements look like a lovely young ment of clothing. pace world, they need plenty of for some equally responsible
for those Just starting to school So hurry on down to Stan's Is his watch. Punctuality is WOODBURN has lady.Eagle's Come in soon and let us outfit good food. Fresh meat and veg- mlss'onIt they are strong In
and for those: finishing their Bootery and get all those Back- one of the most Important traits Just the diamond for you. She'll shoe department 19 every school boy and girl etables to keep up their mind and body.
last year-in all price ranges. to-School shoes and i accessor that a young person can have, love WOODBURN'S selectIon] the ideal one stop place for you in your family. And who knows strength for classroom work Come out to EDWARD'S GROCERY -
"With living costs higher now and a good watch will assure You'll find it pavs you to parents to get your children mom, we may \ave you so- as well as physical: training on today and see if you
than ever before, it Is imports les.We fit every foot in the famIly him or her that they will always Shop at WOODBURN'S GEM back to school! shoes. Our sturdy much money you can even buy the athletic field. It 1s here at don't agree it's the friendliest
;.ant that you get full value from So select all your shoes have the accurate time. JEWELRY. Come In today and Thorn McAn school shoes will yourself a dress. EDWARD'S GROCERY wherewe most convenient, and most eco-
very penny you spend on where you find' the smartest Satisfaction is guaranteed by let Nolan L. Woodburn treat make a big hit with the young- See you at Eagle's, the FashIon can be helpful for they take nomical place to shop in this
:Shoes. That Is why Stan's Boot- fashion at the lowest prices. the use of the most modem ;you right sters and help your pocketbook Leader. great pride in the high quality entire area.

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\ Western Auto Has Back-To-School Johnson's Farm Supply Knows BHS Tornado Class Rings Are Plan Now For College Career! I



: Travel For You -- Bicycles Farmer's Needs For This AreaIndustry Being Sold At Williams JewelryIT's Advises H. C. Wall Ins. AgencyOnce


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>: may come, and in said. "Prices are Just as low LIAMS Have you Just had a new addition a year H. C. Wall Insur-
:> Students (and parents, too-) music lesson, and other social dustry may go but farming here as they are anywhere else, back to school time-and for uses ultrasonic equipment to your family? Or Co ance Agency advises that every
testing watch
'"have seen the fabulous display activities. Y..s P r0t1! blcvcle goes on forever in Bradford and the home-town merchant what better way can you go and your you just like to plan for the future homeowner take an inventoryof
getting it in the best
''jot new bicycles at your WEST- will pay for Itself in hours saved County That is why A. R. Jchn- will always stand behind what back to school! than with your conditions working ? What ever It is GeorgeW. '! his fire Insurance. Then you
'ERN AUTO STORE? If not, you during the school term. son Of JOHNSON'S FARMER'S lie sells you." class ring,; from WILLIAM'S "Our made Roberts, Jr., manager of can see if it is adequate to
prices to
'have. a treat in store and Carl Besides bicycles the WEST SUPPLY is pleased to sea the Leading! brands! of feeds, JEWELRY. are help the H. C. Wall Insurance meet replacemtnt needs in
f.tanx:. }, your Western Auto dealer ERN AUTO STORE offers many progress being made by Brad- seeds, 4-75 fertilizer 30 per cent Because present rules permitthe you and for this kind of qual. Agency In Starke advises it is these days of higher costs.
ity
you are getting real deal"
.' invites you to come In this useful Items. Household appli- ford County growers who are organic with clorodine and In- Seniors to select their own never too soon to start planning Many property owners have not
:<: weekend and see these bright ances of all kinds, televisions, adopting new, improved methods secticides are also offered to ring with a choice of ssmi-precious says Charney Williams."No !. ahead for a college educa- reviewed their! fire insurance

: new models that sell for prices stero's record players, many to handle our well known the farmers of his area by stones, diamond tops, filon Is' matter w' have what the the gift,"occas-WIL-- tion Right now, at the start of needs In several years and 'f
; as low as 3488. hardware Items, paints toys, crops JOHNSON'S FARMERS SUPPLY white or yellow gold, and en- LIAMS a new school term It Is a they were to lose their home
Thre are bikes for boys, and fishing tackle, lunch boxes' Mr. Johnson who has a farm- Other! items stocked at crusted initials, plus competitive to JEWELRY is very happy good time to give serious by fire now, it would mean financial -
': bikes for girls-all sizes shapes thermos bottles: music boxes, er's background himself, knows this popular store Include Insulator prices and only 4 to 6 Williams say this and It Is true. thought to this matter You will disaster because it costs
models, and colors, with many etc. are Just a few of the many the needs and problems of far- board roofing, asbestos weeks delivery, and can be refitted of trophies has and a fine selection be surprised at how ll'tla' two or three times as much to
'. new and exciting features that items WESTERN AUTO has to mers. He Is ready to supply siding and many other farm and serviced right in our occasions. For plaques for all it costs to Insure the future of build the same home today. It
will make your youngster proud: offer fie! people of Starke. Be those needs with the best in and household necessities. Of store. Juniors that order their the bride and your child, with systematic Is most important that you revise -
:. to ride to and from school every Safe-buy a combination lock high quality farm implements, course there Is always a nice rings now can wear them during groom WILLIAMS has the bg-'! planning your fire insurance to meet
:'. day, and run errands, or do at WESTERN AUTO before fertilizers, feeds, Insecticides, line of groceries and meats, so their Junior and Senior: gest assortment rings and present day needs, especially
.'. spare jobs after school. School starts. and many other farm necessi- you can get everything you years biggest and! bet deals on diamonds Sometimes we hear of young since our rates are so low and
;. A bicycle for each school age need with only one stop. School Is ready to start and In Starke. Don't forget men and women who do not can be stretched on long-term I
ties."Our
:fr child is not a luxury anymore. Mr. Minx feels that this fine farmers and future far- "We are in the -business to you don't want to be late for WILLIAMS has Keep'ske diamonds get to complete their high basis.
;: Instead it is considered a necessity patronage Is a vote of confidence mers should get the habit of serve the needs of Pie people anything-so to get your: watch and at all ren"onablfpi .school education they are For information concerningany 1
:' for how many hours it on the part of the public buying their implements and at the lowest possible prices, in tip-top shape, bring it In to 'ices. Will'arm' Je\r"irv will forced to quit and go 1,) work phase of your insurance
C: saves the busy parent: in tak- and enables him to constantly other farm supplies In Starke, and that Is what accounts for WILLIAM'S JEWELRY. honor your Bank Anvr'card. because of the death of a Par program or our attractive edu-
:: ing them to the varied activi- expand his inventory to better Where they can be sure of what our success. Come: see for yourself WILLIAMS has years of ex- The next tim you t"'nk of ent. This could not happen If cational policies: just call 961-
'I ties, such as football practice serve the needs of the area. they are getting" Mr. Johnson ," advises Mr. Johnson. perlence in watch repaIr and Jewelry think of WILLIAMS the family had an adequate insurance 7826 and Mr Roberts will be
., satisfaction is JEWELRY. The names our synonymous to
guaranteed. program < carryon
." WIL- happy to go over your entire
I ILondon's for them in of the
the famous FRM (Flint River case bread- program and make helpful re
I have been in busine's and especially -
Mills) feeds! delivered fresh since have movedto winners death. commendations.TrAYSTO'.
Starling Farm Supply is Ready we
each week. This complete line our new location, and am Beauty Shop Suggests
Includes feeds
quality for poul- looking forward to many more
try, swine and cattle, as well years of this pleasant association -
; To Aid All Farmers and Cowboys as feed for household pets and ," says Mr. Starling.Strawberry Permanent For BacktoSchoolThe
birds. When buy
.. game you
:
:; Eddie Starling, new owner- ous Allls-Chalmers lawn and. FRM Feeds, you buy the best, -i; :::

: manager of Starling Farm Sup garden tractors 7, 10 and 12 H. and the cost is no more than QueenTo ially be welcomed t to: LOUDON'S [ADVERTISE ADVEF:
; ply welcomes everyone in Brad- P. models. for ordinary feeds.In Enter Florida summer sun has really modern salon where they will AGE
': ford County and surrounding For the cowboy or for the the fertilizer and insecticide !- been shining this summer. And be given helpful advice on
'; area to come and visit him in cowboy at heart, come to Star line there is no name Crown Contest that means that your hair and makeup J p-oblems: and tips on
'; his ill-new spacious: building, lings, Eddie will show you his! more reliable and well known skin need to be put back into the right co'nr'tlc to suit every
"; located at 225 E. Andrew street. fine selection of saddles, and than Wllson-Toomer product, Strawberry Queen Linda Sue condition: before starting the individual: cimpl-xlon. It Is sc
round of school activities.
:: They have stocked It with complete when you get dressed up western and Starling's Farm Supply is Thomas, of Jacksonville, will fall important t to brIng'! out your best
;: supplies and can now style don't forget STAR- proud to represent this old established represent the Starke Brad- After the damage done to the features and LOUDON'S does
;: boast of having the largest LINO's genuine cowhide belts firm that has givenso ford County Chamber of Commerce skin and hair by sun, wind and this and maintains your natural
.: farmer's supply house in this with fancy buckles. many years of satisfactionto in the Florida Crown water, all feminine membersof look at the sam: time.
the family nead complete
-: area. Starling's Farm Supply also our growers. Beauty Contest at Jacksonville! a Dan't: watt any longer call to-
: Eddie, having a farming enjoys working with the young For the gardener STARLING'S Beach on Saturday, Aug. 30. reconditioning! BEAUTY treatment SALON whichLOUDON'S day and make your appointment -

? background, knows the farmers people In their programs-The has wheelbarrels, insecticides The contest will be held In Get ready for school
offers well Individual
as as
:. needs and is now supplying the Future Farmers 4-H Club boys and everything your green the Jacksonville Beach Coliseum and and the usual. hect'c' round of
: farmers with the very best at and girls. Future Homemakers thumb desires. with the swim suit para- hair-shaping personalized fall activities that coma: with
and LOUDON'Sat'o
reasonable prices. You'll find and other groups. Special attention In addition to these lines de and j judging> scieiii-! for shaping has the styling. to dry Pkln! the foothill ."a!on. See you at
;; quality farm Implements a, U! paid to their needs, Starling's can also supply your 3 p.m. and the final selectionof condition with: answer line of Merle' LOUDON'S the Salon of Salon's.
;, wide variety of feeds, seeds and friendly advice Is always needs for seed, crates, cups the Queen and her court set Norman cosmetic a that will .
fertilizers insecticides and available. and many other farm necessi for 8 p.m.Br'.ldrord.
; D.ut the natural oil back into The little girl down the
"Just you name it-If we don't Starling Farm Supply offers ties. is one of th e 15 until
block wait
hanlly
have it for the agricultural of "I appreciate the Northeast Florida your skin. tan :pAWSON
it we will get you. people this patronageof counties she is a teen-ager, old enoughto '
says Eddie. They stock the tarnI entire_ area a complpte line of the people of th', area since comprising the Florida Crown. The teen-age set will espec go barefoot.

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}IMI'1Cp1! NOTICI4 NAT1rM" AUGUST 1.1. 1009 Mrs. Kthol Raymond (Alternate .
Thorn will ho n T'nnr.Ta t Carl Hurst. Miiyur of the ) .. InAuanco,, the and description tbu named of thepfoperty In Clerk of Circuit Court of"Brad deceased ceased, Inte i>r said countv. to
bird n. O. D
ITRAntNO on" fRTITtOX: City of Sturku. 1'9nrldn by virtue n bjr.Mrs.
HAMPTONBy RBHTOnra' ZONTVO TO ITS oC tho authority vested In Kiln Mne ChuoteenMri. which It road asaoased arc as ford County, Florida S-Wlllllnm John Crlllv the County .Tuilire of Bradford
8-14 4t gIn John Crllly his office In
William Florida nt
oniotNAr. ST \TITS /U.ONO mo by law, do hereby call a L. N. I'lclturlnit follows: County
Certificate No. 41. Year of Is- Myron C. Prevatt the courthouse nt Maid county At
iriOMWAY nil PROM: nKWITTJONRS Kirst Primary Klvctlon; to beheld Mrs 16d l Tenly
Mm. D. E. IDD t'TTNF.R"+ IJ nOME TO at thu Fire Stntlxii. In theufuroenid In Testimony Whereof, I, hereunto sun nee' 19AT.Drscrlpllon. The Cnnnlr JmIRe's Court. In Myron. C. PrevattP. ''Starter Florida within nix calendar of
: SE'.i O. Dox 886 from the time
EAarriTY Tn"T1=I. City by qunlriod|: ;; voters subHorlbe my mime andtiause of Property And For Ilrnilfonl Couat,. Flor 32658 months
.
... .. rtTnTTC HRAniNO will on Tuesday Si-iitembcr the Sealof' said town to be of Midi SEC: 2-GS-2210. ida. Keystone Heights Florida the first publication of thin notlce. -
J This 'iEI."UnK 'he Oth Name In which usxeHsud PearlRobinson In Attorney for Two copies of each claim/
l+e held nt th HPKiilnr Cmmrllbteetln4 1969!> A. D.. for the purpoHO hereunto affixed thin ProbateFile Adml8s21n1trU.11 ,
Spptombpr 9! lid1). the folluwhiK +nrlcrre. day of Seplumber. A. D., 1969. >... IS1 on SEAL) All of said "property holnR In In Ret Estate: M. and shall state the Dinro of residence
CONTEST FOR OFFICES 7-TO P. M. In fhn Mnnl"lnnlPtillfllnpr. City Clerk-Fu>r Twu Yeurn. ( of Elva
at : In th. PITY OV KRY- Chief Of Policw For Two '.' Carl Hurst the County of UI'luUordItMe: of Scott decoaned.Notice In The Coitntr "'ltl.l *'.. Court In and postoffl addressof "
IN: CITY ELECTION iinirmTs. FT.OHTDA. Years CARL lilT lUT. MAYOR: Florida. Of Flllnsr Petition For '''.d For UruUlord County. Florin the .claimant and Khali he
Hampton's city election Sept. STONE Cay Clerk Vlrgl nom..... Mayor -For Two Years. ATTKHT: Merrill I KdwnrdsMKIUtlLL. Unless such certificate.. or certlflcntes Finn I Dlschaige Of Administrator .da. sworn to by the claimant hisaoent.
aha\I b redeemed acoordhiR -
:: ; CITY C. T. A. and m-rom-
KUWAHUS. PrahnleFile
Councilman I or attorney
9 will have a contest In the 8-2l 3C 9.4 Oroup 2-Due: Councilman, For CLJSHK.: tOo law the property desarihrd Notice.. .IK hereby olven that t ...... 1-lll.HI pooled bv: a flllnw fee of one
council and marshal races as Two Years 8-14 4t 94Nolle In xneh certificate orcertltlrnten have tiled mr petition fvr d18- In Re: Estate of PEARLPAYNF. dollar and such claim or demand
CouncilmanFor will be sold to the trlbutlon and for final Deceased. .
Group 4- One dischargens HAERTLR. not so filed ate all be void.Peirwy I.
J three more candidates qualified Why is it athletes Two Yenre.Inspectors Of Application For Tax highest bidder nt the courthouse ndmlnlfttrator, c. t. a. of the NOTICE TO 'HEDITOHS TCIIen Payne
before last week's deadline. get paid Fur Salt Election: door on the first I Monday Eatate of ELVA :M. SCOTT de- To All Creditors And Persons Pell'lI'Y' Ellen Pnvne
lor endorsing milk but ..... Deed In month of October, 1069, which censed, and that 23rd Demands r
Hazel a M. Krnt-Htlnn IJviiniurlt" gee 101.10. F. S. on of Sep Having Claims Or Executrix of the Estate of Pearl
and ,
Mary J. Jones dairy farmer is never asked Airs Mytrlue Uunnla Notion Ie Hereby Given, that is the 6th day of October ]1969. tember. 1989, I will apply to the Afralnst Said FstatetYou : Hnertle. tlecensed.Mvron .
July. Pavne
Dated thla 30th day of
Thomas qualified: [ as additional to recommend Albert Foster Mr June Qoldlnff the) holder of Honorable Theron A. Yawn, and each of you Are hereby C. Prevatt
a particular 1969. County Judge In and for Brad
Mrs. J 12. Hardy notified and requlre-l tOo present
candidates for the two council brand of the following certificates has (SEAL) ford Attorney nt LowKeystone
golf ball? Mm. Mararnret n. Williams filed laid certificates tor a taxdeed County Florida for an order any claim nnd demands Helsrhts, Florida
vacancies Earlier incumbent Mrs. I'vguy Shaller Chnrlon A. Darby of distribution and tor finaldlerhnrxe which you. nr either of you.
to be IHHUIMI thereon. Theeortltlrute lIoody.. D. O. for the Estate
Dentate Attorney
Mrs. lid Yrevuttw..a..ra.1. ; as administrator c t. have aornlnst the estate of
of may
and A. C. Dennison numbers and ffn
R. J. Williams, yearn 8-21 4t
,aa-tr.a---- a. of the will of Elva M. Scott, PEARLYOf HAERTLE de
had filed for the two positions -.F-- ----- Frla-w r is Fa tlF1 n... .-tsln-Fa- --tF0- -
each tor two-year 1 -FOFI-tt.w to r Fn-to Fit
a i -tIFF)-FlIF t.-r Fa tsal.p lid---

I term.Steve Varnum qualified last i ri ,

week for marshal in additionto i FLORIDA i i SIRLOIN I I

R. H. Parker incumbent. I
Wlllard Thomas filed earlier FRESH i i
for mayor, and Mrs. Lillian In- I GRADE 'A i FULL CUT ROUND I
i
t genlath for city clerk, each of l OR FOOD
F these unopposed. These three I i I
city offices are for a one-year 1
/ term. I. 11 STEAKSi'

Voters have' until Saturday 11 I
Auer. 30, to register tor the city I I I

I a election separate Voters'ona from registration the county Is I I i 1 ... I FAIR 1i

and or general election, and all I u,"" Of .... ..,.. I I
i I .00.
residents of Hampton who have ..Ant $1 I 9 i
lived within the city for at least i
U.S. CHOICE' i
six months, and are over 21, areurged I I i
to register at Home's
Store this weak.PERSONALS I i ___________________ SUPERMARKETS I

!I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adidas) I l l 1' AGAR'S BONELESS -i i Open All Day Ii

attended J. C. Adkins Day at

week Cedar, when Key residents on Thursday of Levy last i o CANNEDHAMS i Wednesday

County arranged for the fish SAVE i

fry and program in honor of J. 11 l
C. Adkins. I

/ Charlie K. Johns and Mr. and 1 i i Merchants III

Mrs. Harrison from Starke had II II l FREE TOO! 1J
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn GRIRNSTAM:
t Hall In Hampton Thursday I i ; i II



parents last evening.Toys week Richard Mr.here and with of Mrs.Ocala her Gerald grand.spent WHOLEBAGGED L B 115 CAN LB 3 99J WEDNESDAY PRICES GOOD SEPT.THURSDAY 3rd. .THRU II III II


Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin[
Richard drove up Sunday for I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I

their daughter and also visiting !! I I

Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. SORRY
Joel Smith and family of Jack ,

sonville.Mrs. Sue Brannen. Mrs. Oddle p CHUCK CHUCK SLICED 14PORK WE WILL BE LEAN FRESH

Easterling! and Mrs. Lillian GROUNUS.CHOICE
Hall were bowling !in Gainesville ROAST LOINCHOPS

Wednesday morning. STEAK CLOSEDLABOR ,

--- -- aF000
OTI"F: OF "1"IHFF'8 S.\LB FA1n
i Notice Is hereby Riven" t'Mtal! woo r.e a.nr, r000.MA DAY
P. D. KpdJiioli, ns ; ,
Bradford County, Florida, under L1a11I1 SEPTEMBER e
and by virtue of Writ of Execution Ef.gNlt. IL IN E 1st, 1969.
towillExecIIII"n
iHsufd I out of Small PLEASESHOP
Claims Court of !J-Irndford, County
Florida pursuant to n Final!
Judgement for ntFtnrke EARLY
Company of Stwrke
Florhla and nffnlnst Emma Oro-
vcr.' (defendant In the amount of
$6 ",26 together w llh the cent
of collection Pantry
ll.ive aulzt-d nnil bore In my Pride Wiry COUNTRY STYLE PREPARED POODS YKlf
pot-session the following described
personal property to-tvlt: r BREADED
1965: Plymouth Spot't Fury, 2 \
Door 1I...<1t"I' godanVhito In SKINLESS PURE PORK
oolor lt-li70 FISH
45W-1493 Serial No. 1MS6170U9. ,
Title No, 6i)2i)67A ) )
tho I property) of the above FRANKS SAUSAGE 1 I w'a t\ t MAW MTUIUY
named defendant and thai' on t MAW PORTIONS
:Momlar, the Sth day of September. -
'. 1J9! nt t\rel\e o'clockOOOD VACFAK12oz
on said day on the premises nf ,
tile Jirndfoid, County Jail, I will
offer tor sole and nell to the PICO r0o0 rAAr.I
hlKhPBt bidder for mull' In hand
the above dexurlljed property of
sold defendant, to satisfy theaC"r."nltl a a
Kxi-cutlon.
P. I>. IledrllKh. Sheriff
liradtoid County. Florida
8-7 4t 8-23


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Electric Co., I C I HOT DOG ROLL5..29: I 7' .I 1rrtrrc

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KeystoneDies Aug. 20 SUpper To launch

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S WwuwLnJ wLruwUw w
'" Calvin Paul Martin 43, .of
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Services Held Keystone Heights died In the :

-Keysione HilitesBy / Veterans Hospital In Oalnesnrilla -
NEWS NOTES For Osteen Child Wednesday, August 20.

following a brief .illns. Church Bond Drivel'
By Helen EcanANNOUNCEMENTS:
By JIM FOX Veronica Lynn Osteen, two- Born in Portsmouth, Va on
L.
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Plcane rhone In Your Itema 473-414& 0"J :year.old daughter. of 'Mr. and Feb. 6, 1926, Mr. Martin wasa

!Mrs. Calvin Ostsen. was pronounced -' member ot. the Baptist

Mrs. Roy Turknett. presidentof dead upon arrival at Church. A chicken supper will be held the bonds and to give them an rate ranging from 6V4 to 7 1-4

Ex-District Governor Joseph Jack Laura' and: Julie of Chagrin the Community Church Women at a Starke hospital Wednesday Surviving la ibis !wife Dorothy Saturday to launch the bond opportunity to make reservations per cent, depending on the

Whittlesey was the honored Falls, Ohio, have been has announced a change! In August 20, after a sudden Martin of Keystone Heights; drive for the proposed $100.000 to purchase t the bonds. number of years to maturity.

guest and speaker at the Key. guests for the past :two weeks. date of the first general. meetIng illness a step-son: Gary Bliss of Jacksonville sanctuary of the First Baptist Bonds will be reserved on a Those maturing from one to

stone Heights Rotary Club on with Mrs. Balr's parents Mr. of the fall season, which She was born in Gainesville two sons: Calvin Jr. Church of Keystone Heights. first-come, first-served basis. three years will bear 6% percent

. Friday afternoon. An active and Mrs. Phil Wright. of Lake- will be on September 8 at 7:30: on October 26, 1967. and James W. Martin, both of Supper will be held 'at the Persons who are unable to attend interest: 3U years to 6

rotarian for many years Whi- view Drive. p.m. in the educational build- Surviving are her parents Keystone Heights. one brother: church's educational buildingat the dinner and who are interested years, 6 3-4 per cent; 6% to 9

ttleisey. was elected and servedas 'Mrs. Henry 'Magann and son. Ing. Reports and recommendations Calvin and Hazel Doyle Osteen.one Everett Martin of Mineral 7 p.m. in purchasing bonds years, 7 per cent; and 9',4 to

governor of District ,691 in of Jacksonville, were Sunday of the Executive Board. brother: Robert Osteen of Wells Teyas, and his 'parents: Purpose of the supper Is to In- may call 473-4293 during the 12% years 7 1-4 per cant.

1967. In 1968. the guest speakerwas dinner guests nt the home of which met on August 25, will Gainesville. Matrnal grandparents E. J. Martin Sr. .of Virginia form church members and week of Sept. 1. A new sanctuary, whch! will'

one of 180 officers of Rotary Mrs. Magann's parents, Mr. be presented and Mrs. Marshal: are Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Elizabeth Kodatt of .other Interested persons aboutVOICE Bonds will carry an Interest Increase seating capacity: from

International chosen to servo and Mrs. George Schaeffer.Mr. Gallop. acting chairman of Frank D. Doyle of Keystone Jacksonville. the present 170 to 430, ''s being!

on the legislative council In and 'Mrs. A. E. "Buster" Spiritual Life, will have chargeof Heights. Paternal grandmother Services were hell: In the --""- Planned because the Bu'ldlng

Mexico City. Aiken and daughter Angela, the devotional. Home Circle la Mrs. Ruby Osteen of Keystone Heights Cemetery Survey Committee said its

Whittlesey, speaking On the returned home last week following will meet on September 15. The Gainesville. with Rev. Leaman Ward officiating (\ atudy indicated the Keystonearea

"Significance of Rotary," eval- a vacation in North Car Executive Board will report on Services were. from St.Anne's Burial followed under direction \ of theSPORTSMAN peculation' would grow by

uated the goals and objectives clina.. the Fall Bazaar whose chair- Episcopal '!Church at of DeWitt C. Jones \ 84 to 110 per cent within the

attributed to a Rotarian and Mr', and Mrs. John Martin man will be announced at that !Keystone Heights Saturday Funeral Home of Keystone ; next ten years.

his affiliates. He encouragedthe of Tallahassee were home fora time. ,afternoon with Rev. William Heights. \. The Committee also said
CIIITTYHI
OES NOTICE officiating. Burial was. tty !MIKE that the churc 's
local members to bs active visit with their parents this POI=1'ell membership
participants In the Rotary pro. weekend. The Robert Morris covered In the Keystone" Heights Csm!! would probablv double during

gram, with an individual enthusiasm Mrs. Art Klefer honored Mrs.Raymond dish supper for members and tery under direction of DeWitt week; with Mrs. E. B. Walking>> -. -...'....-. the same period.
normally Identifiedwith Crabtree, 'the former families of Eastern Star Chapters C. Jones Funeral Home. in North Augusta. S. C. The' church bODes to be able

will be held at 6:30: p.m. Mark Reddish of Starke spent Sports Fans, they're doing to begin construction In September -
this organizatin. Miss Julie Walker, and members 6-pounder, and a 4-pounder. Roy
Saturday, Aug. 30, in the Masonic Saturday with his grandparents. pretty good these days, despite with completion expected
Reflecting on his past experiences of her bridal party ,with a says the bass are also biting
(with. Rotary clubs' luncheon at her home on Lake Temple.1I0MEMAKERS. CLUB Lamar and Lisa 'and Larry Mr. and Mrs. E. W. carpenter that rotten weather we've been around the brush-piles. So you six month later.

bbth on a local and Interna- .Geneva., ,Thursday .afternoon. sessions for the fall Neal all of Williston. Mrs. Helen! Walker wasa having But when you think of can throw a shiner out on a rod The new sanctuary will face

tional level, Whittlesey com The hostess presented Mrs. Planning of the HomemakerSClub Sunday' night we were surprised -' weekend visitor and Mr. and those people where Camille ripped and reel, while you're spec fish! Highway 100 and will be con-
programs by ai visit by some cousins Mrs. David Reid stopped by for through, we're lucky to One structed about: 50 feet from the
mended the efforts and successes Crabtree with a silver and cry. will be held In Green Cove ing. fisherman hung a huge (
of Rotary. International.: He stal ,bud vase as a remem. Springs September 3 In the Guy and Felicia Copeland: supper on Sunday after attend. have such nice weather. WellIet'51 bass ((13 or 14 pounds), and had (present sanctuary which will be
on and daughters Delores Jeanise lag a church camp at Camp look at the reports now. used for Sunday School rooms.
accident.
said that the organization had( trance of the occasion. Clay County extension office. an He got him up to
had many accompli.f.imentasince : Tom Bryant attended the: The president of each club, and Lorie Ann of Douglas Ala. OXena. The Carpenters were though they be small. Don'tlet the boat and tried to pull him The new building and the present
They visited with us off and In Jacksonville on Tuesday the length of my column in buildings will be connectedby
the
its early inception and graduation of his eon Lt. and leader training delegataa by line. and lie broke the
that he was certain that this James A. Bryant, from OCS will bring back to the local on till Wednesday, and visited: Mr. and: 'Mrs. C. P. Shawyerleft throw you off, there are quitea line. You can Just imagine how covered walkways which! will

would be a continual trend in Academy at Ft. Benning, on clubs the year's program. Busch Gardens in Tampa, on Sunday with their travel few fish: being caught theso he felt. Roy said the bass'mouth permit movement to any part

the program.Mr. Tuesday morning. Lt. Bryant, The Keystone Club will ho'.d while here. Felicia Is from the Trailer for a four month tour days.Griffin's. looked ,big enough to of the plant without exposureto
Phlllpinee. and she cooked up of the west. They will be backIn Lodge (east t shore stick the elements
Whittlesey Intro- with the Army your whole head In it. So
was -a paratrooper Its first fall meeting In Clay
duced and welcomed to the club will be studying;! at Jacksonville Electric hall on WednesdaY a mean pot of Fried Rice, ,Alderson, ,Wsst Va. In time Santa Fe), reported a good let this be a warning to you The vestibule of the present
:with chicken pork and shrimpIn and then week for fishing especially out church will b! removed and the
for
the next two hunting season inexperienced boss fishermen,
by local Rotarian Charles Hut- University for Sept. 17, at 10 a.m. An invita- oh their Griffin
cheson. years. tion is extended to all Interest It. Monday afternoon, my: return here In December or brush-piles. Roy always use that dl\>net, And remember !- front tricked with the same
Thomas W. parents. James and Cricket January. averaged catching 25-30 Specs a dip-net in the boat type brick as will be used on
FIRE DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. ed women who >are homemakersor
Fire chief Edwin Bennett Bryant, of New London, Conn., prospective homemakers! to left for West Bay. to attend Well friends, it's gettln' late, that per day :last week. He reports thebrushpiles Is worth all the dip nets in the the new auditorium.

and Chairman Everett Fox: were guests last 'week of Mr. Join this! Federal and State- the funeral of one of his oldest and I've run out of news. Leon fishing for Specs on world at home or in car. So The interior! of the enure*
and dearest" friends B. V. Buch- was 'busy this ,week, with theKeystone la picking up daily. don't forget it when you go will contain approximately 5,0005Uare
commented: favorably on the Bryant's parents Mr. and Mrs. sponsored service. There Is no Roy guided Mr. Zellner and
anan who was buried Tuesday Reporter, and didn't fishing feet on the main floor,
success of the annual Fireman's Tom Bryant. The couple stopped fee for the many interesting they caught 4 bass and 25 specsone
Ball held at the Keystone enroute from their honeymoon programs: and matrlal provided afternoon. Father was raised write a poem. So he'll be sure day last week. Hoy Hagueof That's all the fishing news for 768 square feet on the balcony,

Heights Beach on saturday trip to south Florida.Mr. .toy the Institute. around and in :.West Bay, and to have one next week.. Until Keystone caught three nice this week so goodbye and good and 1.152 square feet on the sec
Gardner PERSONALSAnnouncement the Buchanans who lived closeto then "May: the .good' Lord luck! ond floor for tM paster's study.
Mrs. Quincy
and
evening. bass one dav. an 8-pounder.. douuuu.uouu.u.
has Just been him :were like a eecond! bless and keep you) all" office space. dressing rooms
The attendance was reported and son, Eddie Joe returned on their way home, .... ... ...... ..... .. ...uu Baotlstry.
>as a record, with over 200 people home! last -week followIng received of the marriage of family ::::w--x-KKwra:::::::::::: :::::: ::::::;:::::;:::;:::::;:::;:;:;:;:;:::.0.::;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;::;;:::::::;:::;:::;:;;:: and storage.
Roland Coutu of Hillcrest and they spent the night with mygreat.grandmother tors, stoves, metal pipes, !sinks: The of the first floor
good rear
enjoying: the live music pro- a visit ,with .their!!
Mrs. H. K. 11 7 Marsh Hen Season 1 plug-In electrical equipmentlike
vided by the "Jin Right" Orchestra friends Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mrs. Alice Woods of Waltham. haan'tbeen | Sept. radios television sets will provide a dlnlng-kitchen-

of Jacksonville. Marsh .and family, of Newberry Mass., on August 8. They are Chitty in Bonifay well. ,The who rest of !:ii;!:: ;:;: lamps, and refrigerators. recreation area approximately

Proceeds from the dance will Ind. From August 14-17. expected back In early Septem- us visited feeling my uncle and aunt To Open 1969-70 Hunting 3. Do no use plug-In elect- ,20 x 50 feet.

be used for operational expenses the two couples were in Chi- ber.Col. like hair dry- '
and Mrs. David Nelson Roy and Teenle Crenshaw and rical equipment Flnanc'nsr agent for the sate--
during the fiscal year. The cago to attend: the reunion of electric tooth brushes, or of the first
and Jerry in. en, mortgage bond will
children Joan
have returned from extended 1969-70 birds.
an for the tory
Division. Opening guns
"volunteer firemen are most the 95th infantry electric razors during electrical be ounrentv,
Bond and
Securities
trip and visits to relatives Gainesville Monday night. rails and gallinulei -
heldat will sound one- "Although
season
apreciatlve of the donations '"The Iron Men of Mstz. hunting storm. Lightning can also
received from residents. the Chicago Sheraton. and friends In the New England Wdenesday Aunt Teenle and half hour before sunrise Mori- are found throughout the state strike telephone lines.If Corporation of Nashville
area Tenn.
HERE N' THERE Enroute home, the family States. Mrs. Alma Frost went Jerry came after Grandmother day, September 1, with the the majority of the hunting is lightning catches you< out-

Mrs. Jack Balr and children, attended Mrs. Gardener's famAmerica's north! with them to live with Copeland and I and took us to opening of the marsh hen done in the tidal marsh areas doors, don't work on fences,

her brother in Massachusetts. Williston, where we visited :hunting season. along the coastlines. The clap telephone or power lines, and Wolfe-Storer
Friends of former Keystoners, Aunt Clara Sullivan. The Cope- Hunting of migratory rails per and sora rail will be the structural i steel fabrication.

Jack and Marie Crosby, who lands also went to Willtston. and gallinules (marsh hens) primary species taken by hunters Don't use metal objects like Wedding Set

'are' now living in Klsstmnwe. then they returned to our house will be allowed for 70 consecu in the tidal marshes. The fishing rods and golf clubs.

1" ...... ,. .- .. will be glad to know.that. they.. ..For supper. tive days ending November 9, Florida and purple galllnules Don't handle flammable materIals The wedding of Miss Carol
plan.to wive" back to .J ckson.. according to Dr. Richard will be the major bag of sports- In open containers. Wolfe and John G.Stonr"NUl!

yule soon to be near their son, Charles Strandbsrg of Jack Schulz, chairman Game and men Who hunt fresh water Stop tractor work, especiallywhen be held Sept. 6 at 3 p.m. In

75thLABOR John, and family. sonvIlII1nl.:/ ;. Mrs. Dorothy Fresh Water Fish Commission.Bag lakes," Schulz said. the tractor Is pulling me- the First Baptist Church of

Mrs. Marshall Beam was happy :Butler and son, Charles Henryof limit for King and clap- Hunters on the Atlantic marshes tal equipment. Get out of the Keystone Heights.All .

to hava a long distance telephone Ormond Beach, spent Wed per rail Is 15 per day in the Segregate ; prefer a high tide and water and off small boats. StayIn friends and relatives are

call from her Marine nesday to Sunday with their with a possession limitof boats for marsh hen hunting. your automobile If you're Invited to attend.

DAYIt husband In Vietnam last week.INDIAN .. mother Mrs. Jo Strandbery. 30. Bag limit for the sora Hunters on the Gulf Coast find traveling; cars offer excellent

Sunday, they all attended;! the and Virgin rail in the! aggregate their best shooting. during low lightning protection.
VVVVVVYVVVYVVVVV'VVVV' shelter. bulldlry'4 Whei I
Hale-Mizell Family Reunion at Is 25 per day. Total pos tides and walking. Seek KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
the Civic Center in Lake But session of sora and Virginia "Be careful." Schulz said. there !If no shelter avoid the

was in 1894 that Congress'! passed a bill BEACHLake ler. Thursday, Charles, Louise, rails is limited to one days bag "and if It's not game, don't only highest isolated object trees In the are area.nearby If,
and Paulette Strandbsrg, Dorothy limit. Dally bag on galllnule is aim. While the season will be
the keepl-ig as
making the first Monday in September a ( Bant F e) and Charles Henry Butler 15 with a possession limit of 30. open for marsh hen hunting. far crouch in from open isolated trees as
away
were lunch guests of Mrs. Zel- Hunting hours for rails and there are other marsh wading
By: Michael fl. CbJttyPh. the trees are high. Avoid hill
legal holiday throughout the nation to 478-2171 ma Lyness and daughter Doro- galllnules are from onehalfhour and shore birds found in marsh tops, open spaces, wire fences -

honor the nation's workers.In thy In Gainesville before sunrise to sunneP.! :. hen habitat. All birds except metal clothes lines, exposed DIRECTORYRABY'S
AAAA. .AAAAAA. AAAA Len and: Linda Swearingen Hunters are requ'red' to have game ,birds during open season, sheds, and any electrically -

and daughter. Tammy Lynn of their shotguns plugged to 'a crows, starling, and English! conductive elevated ob-

Greetings friends from your Jacksonville. spent the 'week three-shell capacity and rifles sparrows are protected by state jacts. AUTO
observance of the 7oth; anniversary of old-age stricken rollingreporter. end with his parents Fred and are prohibited for taking mlgra- law"

tbN N'ational Labor Day, our Bank will not Yes your rolling-reporter Vera Swearlngen. SERVICE

tran-i.ict )business! on :Monday, September 4. Is a year older than when he Guests at Griffin's Lodge :':':':'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::::: ::::::::
wrote last week's column and this week include: Mr. and Lightning Kills More Than I Complete Auto RepairsAir

he feels it. Im almost at the Mrs. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Pat GLASS Conditioning Repairs
::::
bottom of the other side of the Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lang All Hurricanes or TornadoesMay : &: Automatic Transmission
:;
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED : PURPOSE g
EVERY
hill, according to Beverly Hill- ner, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol : FOR Service

billy standards. This old man Talarlco. other 6,000 tIres are started in I ;: PHONE 473-4404
strike me Mirrors |
celebrated hU 22 birthday Aug. Ralph and Pat Fillmon and lightning that forests by lightning every year. : ;; Little Lake Bedford
down is expression
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember 20. I was going to have a party daughters Rhonda, Donna, and suggests the an Improbability of Although aircraft are rarely :*::: FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S ::
night, but for the sec and Charlie down by lightning, It
Friday Patty of Tampa : brought BEAUTY
such an event. Yet the risk *:;: SHOP
ond Friday night in a row our and Vanetta Marris and baby can cause severe damage: to I j
Fla. think
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Is greater than we especially of .
roads were unpassable. So we Randy of Houston, Texas, spent In Florida which is planes. Generally, occupants

"Your Friendly Rank In Your Friendly had to call around 35 people the weekend with Pete and 'thunderstorm) capital of planes are unaware of the light- :::*: GLASS CO. |;: KEYSTONEBEAUTY
he said.
and make\ airxaingem-ents for Joyce Barton! and son, George the continental United States. ning stroke,
Community. SHOP
Saturday afternoon. Most of Mrs. C. W. Johnson of PortSt. With some 1,800 thunder- Persons struck by lightning ;ii 3:;: 372-4315 172-4J53 ;%:

the people attending the party Joe, is spending some time storms occurring over the receive a severe electric shock'or to :;.i 1 1311 I N.W. 4th Place :WDRAGLINE KDITH JOHNSON OWBCT
bums, or both. Contrary :: G.iesylll :: Personal
'were members of the Hampton ,with her sisters Mrs. Kim- earth's surface at any given ........ and Creative Hair tyl-
belief, people don't car- ::. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::
faml. popular :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: IDe Every Form of Beauty
Church. and my Barrows. It's safe to lightning
CHICKEN Baptist brough, and Mrs. moment. say an electrical charge after CUl&ure '1Iw.H
ly. Those attending the party Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant is always striking some- they've ry been struck, and they 0D IQr. : Closed
Included: Ronnie Hlnson, Mrs. visited his sister-in-law Mrs. where on the globe," says Jack can be handled safely. Artificial ---

nh1S I.. RIBS Foster Hayes, Terry and Steve; Annie Bryant in Tampa, this Mickelson, climatologist with respiration and other WORK'liULLDOZING BUILDING MATERIAL

$ Mrs. Juanita Pearsall, Barbara week. On their way home, they the University of Florida. first aid measures can some- HARDWARE
BEEF David and /Arbutus: Elaine and visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lightning kills up to 15 people times revive lightning victims. EARTH MOVING _

Carolyn Kennan; Mary Everett Bryant in Homassassa Springs, in Florida each year and Mickelson offered the following BROOKLYN

r" PORK, and Helen Pearsall; Alma. and they came home with them. Injures many others. The number safety tips when lightning __ CALL
of casualties Is so high
and Joan Hinson; Joan, Laurie George Ellis has returned because of the state's heavy threatens: Big Chief Heavy SUPPLY HOUSELumber

STATE RD. 214 (SMITH LAKE) and Debbie Hicks; Don, Barbara home from the V.A. hospitalIn thunderstorm activity, he ex- I I. Stay Indiwrs and don'tventure Plywood Builder's
absolutely -
Debbie and Wendy Hill; Lake City, where he was a plained. outside unless Construction, I Inc.Palatka If rd ware Roofing Sheetrock: .

Phyllis Griffin Otis Melton. patient for two 'Weeks.' We hope Lightning Is always present!: necessary. Paneling Paints IiwnUtlon
Open Friday Saturday Sunday Nathan Green and Carl Bro- you feel better soon Mr. Ellis. In thunderstorms, and the an- 2. Stay away from open doorsor 325-74.76" Tool Electrical: A Plumbing

ome. Even though we had 'a/ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood nual death toll is higher for wlndo, >vt_ fireplaces' radla- Supplies.

11:00:( A.M. TO 9:00: P.M. flood while they were here and have returned from a vacationin : lightning than for tornadoes' or -- Hwy., 21 N. of Keystone 473-48M:

everyone had to be pulled out, Georgia, and Virginia. They hurricanes. Property loss cau-

OPERATED BY we had a good time. Everyone visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. sed by lightning fire and
Announcement Neither An Offer To Sell NorA
This Is CONCRETE
knows how much I like records Eddy and family in Atlanta, other damage to structures, PRODUCTSFOR
i. TONIE AND PAUL HALL and listening to my stero, so Ga., then to Virginia, for a aircraft damage, forest fires, Solicitation: To Buy These Securities. That Offer Is

: I wound up with 16 albums week. On their way home they livestock deaths and other injuries Made By The Prospectus. CONCRETE PRODUCTSCALL

PHONE 473-3072 for my birthday. Now I have visited the Eddys] again. disruption of electrical
OR SEEEdward's
plenty of good music. Mr. and Mrs- Jim Smith and service, and other effects Is First Church
estimated a more than $100 Baptist Building
had Joint -
On Sunday we a Linda and James are vacationIng
v
e > Smith Lake Grocery birthday Dinner for me and on Seminole Ridge, and entertained mllllon-a-year: In this country, Supply Inc.
e'C Aunt Clara Sullivan whoee with a cockout last Mickelson said.1Aghthing KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. ,
is the result ofa 728 S. MAIN 372-4844
birthday Is the day !before Sunday. Guests enjoying the
complex series of energy exchanges Gainesville, Florida
7 Days A Week mine. Those attending were: cookout Included: Mr. ana Mrs. within clouds, and no
Open
te Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crenshaw. Tom Smith and Gwen Terry, completely acceptable theory $100,000 .

Jerry and Joan; Mr. and Mrs. and Llnkney; Mr. .and (Mrs. explaining its cause has yet NURSERY

Russ Pearce of Gainesville: Tommy Smith Jr. and Jim been advanced; ," Mickelson as- I
GROCERIES GAS ICE Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kersey of Tina: Mrs. Smith's father, serted. I) !v, ';" -7 V. r/r FIRST MORTGAGE O.C. Carnes Nursery

Theresa; Mrs. James Sullivan. Grandpa Gray; and Jack and Current peaks In lightningmay SERIAL SINKING FUND BONDS Thousands of plants
TACKLE AND BAIT
FISHING Mr. and Mrs. David stegall Lou Miller and children T. C., reach 200,000 amperes or
Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
Jeff and Joan. Christine more. These peaks produce for Maturities; Seml-annuolly from I year to 12'/ yean.

COLD BEER ily reunion In Valparols, Ind. Thompson of Melrose visited ces which have a crushing effect Denominations: $1,000, 8500, $230, and $IOD. Interest Evergreens
Joan Miller for two days, then upon c.ni-vi-, >rs. and orten Camellias & Azaleas
They also enjoyed a tour of paid seiul-annually from date of bonds.
Ruby. Falls] and Stone Mountain Joan went home with her for a cause non-conductive materiil MOST ALL IN CANS
OPERATE; I) BY visit. Thomas Hawes returned like wood and brick to liter- PLANT ANY TIME
in Chattanooga.Mr. all The current also
explode
and Mrs. .Wm. J. Morgan home from the U.S. Army sat- ChurchKEYSTONE Beautiful RosesLandscaping -
Medical Dis produces lots of heat, and this First Baptist
BROOKER and daughter Terry of Annan. urday with a
SHIRLEY and HORACE charge. He .will have surgery Is responsible for many fires.In .
dale, Va. are spending two fact, a national survey
We certainly HEIGHTS, FLA. Phone 659-2165
on hla knee soon
weeks with Mrs. Morgan's parents for ono flve-yoar period showed

PHONE 473-3072 Mr. and Mrs. S. Moss, hope it's successful Thomas. a. an averageof27OOOnresayear PHONE 473-4293 23 Mi. S. S. of SUrke on
1 Weber is spending
of Lake Geneva. Jimmy are caused by lightning. An- Hwy. 100 at FiorahomeAUG. ,

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:;: ::::::::;:::::X'm::::::"-:::;:::;:::::: :::::::::.:: Steven 13. and Nancy 12. Mrs. Nellie R. Or iff Is had a REUNIONMr. .

: ::: VISITS visit from her Mrs.
:. MADE daughter
) and! Mr9. Jennings' Star
THERESSABy : Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lester Doris Drvman and family of ling Eddie Starling -
and
; daughters -
1;;:: GrahamCHURCIf I:: spent the day In St. Augustine Houston, Texas. Sheila and Krlsty went to

Do.rotby Mills .. with their daughter, Carmen the Hatcher Reunion in Hart
: .
: and Mrs. Lester's sister: and .
Phone 473-4518' :::; .' Jeffery and elsa Lee are visiting Springs.
:::: "f brother Melody and Tommy STAN
with their grandmother, DA1J
pnsnflrrr jtSflfllfl Hall of Hawttiorne.Mr. -
S .
Mrs. Beatrice LaMonda.Mr. -
and Mrs. Paul E. Arnold
Social is :31
NEWS and Mrs. Colen Ratliffof Security years
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH and family Just returned froma old. fortunately we'll retire
The construction on tt>echurch Gainesville visited with his
10a.m.: Morning visit with his sister of Sara- long it and
r Sunday School. Is :now completed. The Bota. mother Mrs. Irene Ratliff Sun- before gets to 65
Training hat to quit.pr .
Worship. 11 a.m.:
J Sunday School rooms have a dav.
Union 6:30: p.m.. Evening Worship roof. Jimmy and Danny Grlffls .', .,>
new have returned from their
Wednesday evening vacation -
7:15
: ;
for
The WMU meeting Sep.
7:30, with choirpractlc' In New York with their
Service. :
Prayer tember will be the first Tues-
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Al-
afterward.GUEST day this month as the first fonso r J
SPEAKER SUNDAY Talbi. # % ,
Labor The -
Is Day.
Monday
and visitors at Lee Lester spent!! the week /
Members
meeting will 'toe held at the .
Hope Church Sunday morningwere home of Irene Ratllff. end with friends at Cowpen BE A DO-IT-YOURSELF EXTERMINATORKontrolABug F
pleased to visit again with Lake near Hawthorne.:! While he
of GA's
The first meeting was
resident Rev. Dale was! away he learned to ski.
former held Aug. 19 at the church.:
now pastor of the Mrs. Catherine Dyal' Connie
I Bradley Mrs. Jackie Johns is the GA's '
Baptist Church at Beechev City Fussel Dyal Mrs. Joshplne DorcU .
the message Counselor. Mrs. Joann and her daughter! Donna wentto .. .
HI., who brought will be the Leader. Kills all' -
Insects
Orlando Crawling
service. Thursday and Fri.
I nt Pie morning NEW NEIGHBORS your Entire Home In
BIBLE SCHOOLAn day. They visited with Mr. and Effective for
The citizens of Graham welcome Mrs. Bill
Green.
:held
ice cream supper MINUTES
and Mrs. A. G. Wei.v
Mr.
last session Friday Miss' Faye Dyal is spenlng'the MONTHS"I and
after the fOO
eduea !ringer and family to our town. week In Jacksonville with up
church
evening at the The Welssingers moved here l aF "BACKAPPLICATIONTreat
tlonal building for( the 48 stu- her cousins Mr. and Mrs.
from North Field Mass. The
I dets and 20 workers marked James Thomas and family. During GUARANTEED OlXIt CHEMICAL CO
children are Karl 17. Kris 15. FREE $
:her stay
the closing of this year's Bible Faye will visit NO MESS Pa BOX 5188JACKSONVILLE!

I I School 'at Hope exercises: Church.were Commencement held Clyde Bradley, and other rela- with Mr. Wyre Mr. and:Is Mrs.a member Randy of Wrye.The NO STAIN USE: orSPRAYER MUWS.1FUU, FLORIDA 32207, For service with a smile..you've got our number!

,I, at the church on Sunday evening tives and friends here. Servants, a Gospel group of I GALLON
Rev. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
I i and refreshments were enJoyed cl- Tallahassee visited cousins Etta Dyal and Mrs. Starke
a by the large!! number Iawtt'r: 9645132For
Harold Mills, Miss Dorothy Amanda
students parents workers and Smith visited with Starke Builders Supply
\visitors attending. Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Mrs. Emma Atkins of Jacksonville Starling's J. W. Waters Store
"Sullivan Jr. and Rusty Sunday a few days last week.
AT
REV. PACKHAM FRM Feed Store Tompkins Grocery
afternoon.
YOUTH CAMP: Mrs. Dyal returned while Mrs. Edwards more than 80 years, southern farms and industry
I A REMINDER Grocery
Merle Packham of Smith is staying on a few days. Lake Butler
Rev. Special note to the studentsof have looked to Standard for superior service. \Ve, too, STANDARD
Miss
Carmen
,I Hope Baptist Ciurc1! is servingas lookIng Lester visited BrnnkfTGreen's want to "We take better care of equipment."
a Bible teacher at the New the commnuitv who are her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Spires I.G.A. Store prove, your OIL
forward (?) to their!, returnto Store
River Association Youth Camp Hall of Hawthorne. Upon returning Chevron Gasoline RPM Outboard Motor Oils Chevron Diesel Fuels
being held at Swan Lake Tuesday school next week: Mrs. Merle she brought back with her, providenceCrawlord'sGro'ery LuluNewsom's Chevron Custom Motor Oil RPM Motor Oils Atlas Batteries Atlas
Packham. who will again :have her aunt Tires Atlas Accessories Chevron Heating Fuels Chevron Duralith
of this Melody Hall to stayIn
week. through Friday the local route this year, would Graham for the week. & Hardware Grocery Grease RPM Gear Lubricant RPM Delo Multi-Service Motor Oil

PERSONALS like to remind them to expectthe VISITORS TO GRAHAM i-Dealer & Distributorship K. G. DUNCAN=" YOUR STARKE STANDARD
usual Inquiries Invited MAN
i school bus "at the
Mrs. Betty Blair and children 'Mr. and Mrs. Ortagus of

of Perry. visited her sister and time and route beginning Tues- Jacksonville spent the day with

II brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.R. day morning, Sept 2. Mrs. Kate Starling this' Sunday. .

M. Hersey Jr. and Mark -- "

this weekend.Mr. FOR SALE 1962 Chevrolet '

and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan pickup truck with Pleetside I' CARL BEGGS

spent the weekend visit- body. Call 964-7667. tfcJig ;

ing their son and daughter-in- .. D Gulf Service

law. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan 1964 FORD V4 ton pickup. New 1 I

at Palatka. paint air conditioned radio & S I USED PARTS
Mrs. J. A. Gnann, Mrs. Chester heater, tool boxes excellent Top Prices for Wrecked Car

Searle Jan and Duane condition. Priced right. Ph. 964- 24 Hour Wrecker: Service

Searle visited Mrs. Gnann's 7498. 3tchg 8-28 I -- Fuel Oil '

daughter and son-In-law Mr. FOR RENT- Attractively: furnished : Used Cars -

I and Mrs. Butch Redding at bachelor apartment &1r- Hwy. 301 N. Waldo

I Tampa on Sunday, and Jan remained conditioned. Private parking. New Inneroprinfrg PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners re- I, I I 46K-1998
week's visit: with E. LaRue
I for a Gladys Harrington 337 N. Walnut \8StriED: AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop cond:tloned $15 up. 10 different George

them. St. tfchg U. A Card Call NEW AND USED __ I name brands to choose: from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
es I
I Mr. and Mrs. Price Fisher en- Up to IX word ____ 1.25 PALATKA EA 5-91M SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts & excellent repairs all

, Joyed lunch with a gatheringof : FURNISHED APARTMENTS (Minimum charge) & Shallow Wells makes.) Watson'! House of fire Homeowner SERVICE Small 'appliances

i World War I Veterans group for rent -Kingsley Lake, one MRS. W. A. STERNU. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N, Main Oalnesvllle LIFE & ACCIDENT at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
at Keystone Heights Sunday.Mr. bedroom electric kitchen oil Each word over 15 __ .07 S. 301 SOUTH .I
Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg i Keystone Height 473-4692 Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfchlir
M. Hsrsey heat, dock Furniture I I
and Mrs. R. privileges, no pets, Extra charge if not Repaired

Jr. and Mark have returned $60 month, available now. paid In advance .... .85 Upholstered & Refinished All Makes DID YOU KNOW It's easy to
from a vacation trip In N. C.. Phone 533-2952 for appointment.3tp MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Service own" H Longchamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage

Tenn.. and Ga. last week. 8-2H fitarke, A eot Phone 96..7061DURRANCE Better built for F>>rfd: & liv parents age over 21. Startingpay

I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Percy Memorial, Revolution HASTINGS MATTRESS PUMP ing. Your pUnr or our.. $295 month promotion opportunities .

Sullivan Jr. and Rusty last Tues FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Air 7 cent word AND SUPPLY CO. Youlot: or ours. Contact Bu- and regular Increases .
Conditioned MOBILE per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
day were her grandparents, HOME ford Mitchell, phone C94- : in pay. 8 hour day. 5
KingsLey Lake Call 533-2364 710 Lemon St. PalatkaMEIf : day week, sick leave, vacations,
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Conner, 6853. POBox 338. :Ptarke I
tfchg CARDS OF THANKS! INSURANCEAT -" state retirement. U Interested '
and her father Marshall Strick WANTED Laundry tt.: '. ;

land. of Florahome. Sunday HAVE SEVERAL openings IA BO word. or less --_ '.CO workers Kitrhe1&, laborer REDUCED RATES please apply In person Personnel '
visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Mama Priests' Nursery School cottage parents. watch AUTO. FIRE BOAT ,Manager: Sunland Training Con- -
Each word over SO __ .01 DOYLE E. CONNER Gainesville Fla.
ter. ,
Sullivan of Palatka.Mr.
Percy
starting August 18. Call !964- man, couka and clerics, erround- JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
and Mrs. B'll'! Phillips 7254 :ar 204 N. Thompson St. keeper, truck, driver. Five INSURANCE AGENCY An equal opportunity employ-

and Billy, of Mlddl burg, were '7chg 9-25 OFFICIAL day week eight hour day. tchff SPORTS er.

Sunday afternoon visitors of INSPECTION STATION .Ctate;: retirement vacation,

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ANTIQUES BOUGHT & sold Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M. sick leave. If !interested, please BAIRD MOORE BOAT FOR ED WAINWRIGHT

James D. Phillips. furniture refInished upholstering Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S apply In person Personnel Mobile Homes AGENCYFor
Rev. and Mrs. Dale Bradleyand cabinet work antiques re. Manager Sunland Train- YOUR MONEY
All Your
daughter Adina will leave stored to their' original beauty. GARAGEKeystone mil Center. Gainesville, Fla. NEW and USED Starke' Ph. M4-5791

today (Thursday) for their Call C, E. Jackson 1313 Madison Heights An equal opportunity employer. 8-10-12' WideGainesville Insurance NeedsSpecializing 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. SE

home at Beecher City Ill., St.. Stark Phone 9645370. Telephone 473-465 Truck load( discount! prices : in Near The Post Office

after spending a few days visIting tfchgFAYES tfrhg Hunter Flshl.-g Boat by Ca. Mobile Home Insurance

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT: TV sets baby Good Quality ccl Craft 12' 14' 189.00 up. I Ph. Starke 964-6818 GAINESVILLEBUYING
FABRICS Hwy. 301, beds elec. guitars amplifiers, SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastl] : Reisonably: Priced

m miles North of) Waldo. Open refrigerators: day or week. DA- Letters St Numbers for Interior Gainesville: 37R- 7R."
> i
I Mon. thru Thurs. 10 to 8, Frt. HMER'S 964-7923. tt-chg and exterior use. All sizes co WANTED: Used WringerWasher. -

& Sat. 10 to 9. Closed Sunday. lors. Bradford County( Telegraph -i Serviced. Guaranteed and: i-EZEKASE TYPEWRITER Will pay cash or take In
SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned Delivered In Starke Area ,
tfohg tf 1'.i'ERJIm: : !) Paper, Bond trade on anything. DAHMER'S.
oiled and adjusted In your NO EXTRA COST
Help i Paper: Notebook Fillers.r 964-7923. tf-chg
FOR SALE Bunk bed $20 home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs PHOTOCOPIERS
; from
: $99.50to VS 441 N. 4502 NW Mth: : ". dfcrd County Telegraph.
dresser $10. BUI Teske. Rt. 1 also. All work guaranteed.: $625. Take the dru'grry out :I Gtllrf'1vllle 378-2785: WILL BUY: Used Appliances

Box 85-C Starke phone 473- Dennis E.: Coggins Phone 431- of paper rk.-Bractord: Cuni i -- : FurnIture TV's Stereos, anything LANDDixie

WantedTrainees 4195. Itchg 1428. tfchg tv Telegraph. tf II 5-TVIXG ]CHINES BUY. SELL.' TRADE: Used of value. DAHMER'8

I Largest! "elections from which Furniture. Appliances Toys

NEED 2 honest aggressive, LOOKING for a bargain? Come I ', ch<'cs.?. Pfiff. Tech1. Nelco. Tools. Wimberly's Trading TO BUY OR SELL acreage in Land Co.

To Work in Bai r hard working men for career: iller out to the Old Grlffis Trading ..;,".. IIr>m". & Universal. Post, 7434 Blandlng Blvd., this ,area. large or small (we

Joist Fabricating Plant. opportunity) in ashes ISltarke' BrownVolkswagen Post !See our large. collection REP":R ALL MAKES. Jacksonville tfchg also specialize In waterfront P. O. Box 158

area. Starting salary $450 per. antiques bottles! glass. We property) please caU Ogilvle,,
I APPLY AT mo. Call Gainesville collect We have plenty of used furni- National Scw'rgMarhrne : FOR SALE Clover and Costal associate Frank League. Brok St. Marys, Ga.4tp

Owen Joist Corp (Refer to ad) 378-5811 for ap- .... ture gas !stoves! electric stoves. Co. Bemud baled: hay. Ton or er. 958 Mlkeal Ave., Jacksonville 9-4
polntment ltp by bale. J. B. White phone
refrigerators. freezers bookcases 765-4198 or 388-9873.
of Florida bed posters beds and all fill W. V'rierFty: Are. 378-1315 964-6114. tfchg 12tchg 8 28
J HELP WANTED Parts man I FOR RENT House on Kings-

LINCOLN CITY ROAD with either experience as coun- kinds of Junk. Come >out and I i ley Lake 3 bedrooms furnished.

STARKE FLA. ter man or knowledge' of au- New & Used browse arourd. We buy sell, or I I SUPER STICK: Vinyl Plastic Sept. thru May. Delano Thomas

I tomobile parts and repair. Sales Service {Jt/I trade. 2 miles North of Starkeon ZIG ZAG FOR $34 ''Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent 964-6507. 2tchg 8-28
SEWING MACHINE Original!
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I Write Box D, Bradford Co. 301. tfch? far: use on wood, glass
Gua.ante3. scratched In ... MARYCARTER
I Telegraph, Drawer A, Starke. 1 MI. North of Tire Mall NICE 'tIPimt'nt. plastic. pa"cr metal leather, FOR SALE 4 registered: An-
COUNTRY HOME: buttonholes
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GAINESVILLEFOR Zig Zags. makes INYTlU7GIBl'8dtord: I County gus bulls: One-6 yr. old; one-2
ltchg on S. R 225. 3 B. R., Fla. Rm. decorative
flews on buttons\ Telegraph. tf yr. 5 mo.; one-1 yr. 7 mo.;
f STRAWBERRY RUNNER I Hardwood floors new paint. dea'en.5. monograms etc. one-1 yr. 4 mo. Postelmere &

POM K want plants Florida 90's. For Information I, Sell fnrn' lh'1! 1 or unfurnished.\ Just pny tnlanse: : $14 cr $3: per FOR RENT:' a'tractlvely furnished Elleenmere breeding. Call 964-

you call George Sapp 782- SALE Concrete block i B 11 Powell.: Brookcr. Ph. P64-I| month. P'lone Jacksonville : spacloui 2 bedroom 7048. A. O. Frame, Rt. 2 Box

low rates and fast 3695 or Nathan H. Starling 782- house: 3 bedroom. 1 bath, central Mist.' NlarM !)fi4-6810. I ILarge | COLLECT 51-1948 nlte or day. apartm rt.: N Walnut street. 6S.C. Starke. Itp

389ft 2tp 9-4 heat & air-conditioning. Corner Ask for Credit Manager. Will PAINTS Call 964-7831. tfchg

' friendly claim ,I lot, Phone 964-537. tfctog Haven And Grounds delive"! no obligation. 1606 FOR RENT 3 bedroom furnished -
Frame dwelling! ((1440 )
LABORERS WANTED Permanent ?q.) ft. :Main S-r-ct. 4tchg 8-28:! EXPERIENCED:: WAITRESS house on Kingsley Lake

service you want position, all company large metal shop with cement 102 E. llrownl** St. wanted. Relief shift. Good pay. available Sept. 1. Phone 533-
floor. 3 fenced & CONSOLE COMBO
acre cleared STEREO
benefits. Minimum starting TUNING I Apply In person Longhom 2233. 4tp 9-11
rate, $1.71 per hour. Apply REPAIRING land. A. J. Thomas.! Realtor, Take: up payments on 2 month Restaurant. 301 South. tfchg:
STATI FARM Southern Wood Tel. !464-5701.I old beautiful walnut stereo con-: 3 to 8 acre' tracts
Preserving Co.. MELODY
Baldwin, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. PIANO FOR RENT- 4 room and bath solet like new. 4-speed record FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bedroom 1 Pretty woodland, little clearing
changer combination radio. trailer outside city limits. Near school 3 B-R, 2 Bath
4tchg 9-18 SERVICE furnished! apartment. Couple I
I only, no pet*. Call 964-6852. Balance due $68 or $9 per J. B. White 964-6114. tfchg 100' Keystone( Lake $17,500
Remove excess body fluid with month. Fhriw: Jacksonville COLLECT 3 B-R, bath large L-R, modern

INSURANCIMERRITT FLUIDEX tablets only $1.49 at tfch? 3-1946 night or day. l WOMAN BOOKKEEPER Kitchen Patio, Utility,
44 I
Mitchell Drug. 3tp 9-11 KINGSLEY LAKE Cottagr A'k for" Credit Manager.! Will CAR WASH must know double-entry book, $11,000 FHABusiness

for sale, waterfront property. cVllver. no obl'gation.! 1606 keeping and some typing. Send Property at busy Intersection -

FOR SALE 1965 Volkswagen.Good Very good location. Living R., Main: Street. 4tclig 8-28 resume' to "B". Drawer A, Choice locationS.

mechanical shape; $700. Phone 378-5497 Dining R.. two bedroom, kitchen Starke Fla. tfchg E. McKay 473.4816
Call 964-6565 after 4 p.m. JohnA. Gainesville: Fla. WE MAKE
equipped Associate
one bath porch : Mrs. Melba Ilgen
WILLIAMS Reddish. Itp FOR SALE3 br. home carpet -
Rebuilding Refinishing and dock. Will show August 23 473-4740
to =0. P>ow 260-4477 Baldwin. J CAMPERSALES In L. R., and D. R. and Keystone HeightsU.S.

tiT, N.. Walnut Street TREATING DEPT. training. 2tp 8-281 I KEYS hall. 1V4 bath, built-in kitchen

PIIONE9G4-5391 Starting rate $1.95 per hour, encljsed garage central heat.
VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- .
I CIVIL SERVICE Tests
' age 18 to 40. Train day time, DRIVERS NEEDED i Call 964-7541. tfclig}
MASTER Add Machines with:
1 SEMI Experience not i Waldo Road! MEN-WOMEN, 18 and over.
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neces. ;
probable night shift with shift subtraction. SPECIAL. this FOR SALE 2 bedroom home. '
health sary. but helpful. We will trV.n: Gal-wl'le!' 37 .OGJ1! WILL IRON mend Or babysitin Secure jobs. High starting
For euta, life home Of differential. Able to read and month only 6995. Ideal for J Large kite: ar 1 livlrg room 1
home. Phone 964-5612. pay. Advancement. Prepar-
Insurance: ,call rmfeong.,. write and elementary math. II I home or light office work.- you to become a professional] I Authorized Dealer"StarcraH" tile bath. h.-.rdwo:l floors: my 8-21
driver row earning $3.50 and Stdig atory training aa long as
All company: benefits. Apply II Bradford County Tel'graph.! t If< I "Dreamer""Whrcl ca-po't ad porch on nice
required. Experience usually
I Southern Wood Preserving Co., up. Placement Service after CnmJHr"I I corner lot; 4400. Phone 964. WANTED LISTINGSOn

Baldwin 8 a.m to 4 p.m.4tchg. LUZIER Cosmetics needs you. short training with us. For ''ap: I Trnvcl Trailers Truck ''I 7582. mOl'i'nT<3. tfchg Homes and Acreage. Buyers unnecessary 0 ram m e r
, 9-18 A subsidiary of Bristol Myers.We ''PlIcaton! write Safety Director.Nation Camper Fold Downs I school sufficient for many
I Wide Semi : WANTED Women to Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg. I Jobs. For Information on
train, no stock to carry. Division.:! SAIF.Z5ERVICE j pick I
Call Lake Butler 496441. 1525 W. Memorial Boulevard. eggs. A. Zaoek 301 and 18 Broker 2117 N. Temple:; Ave. jobs, salaries, requirements,

\ Be a SINCLAIR DEALER, station 4tchg 8-28 Lakeland. Fla. 33801. or call -= Jur-tlm! Hllm- ton. Itp Ph._964-6609 Starke. Fla. write giving name, address

. I stocked. Also nice 12x60 I.I I. 8136835975. 2t INIU.ANCI'" H T. 1-10. S. R. 228. Call 259- FOR SALE 75'xllO' lot with hcme furnished air con- Will! kc'p :chlUrwi: : in my horns FOR RENT LaJt front cot- Starke, Fla. lip

76*>5. MaccLenny. "1a. Itp furnished cabin. Propirty adjoining WANTED Maid 3 day.j w?*k,1 I IMon. dlt'.r.?d. Ptone !964-7498. hily., dily cr veekly.\ Mrs. tage, furnished, week or month.

I Ocala forest. Call 259- .. Wed. A Fri., 9 to 4. 2tghoc: ': 9-4 I B"-jn. 314 N, Church. St. Phone Keystone Heights 473-4186 call I .
BOAT FOR Sale 1968 16 ft. FOR RENT 2 bedroom
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7655. Macclenny, Fla Itp Help care for Invallld and Htht I t6 -7Ct3. 4tp 9-18 after 5 p.m. tfchg!
STATE FARM fiberglas boat. 55 H.P. Johnson) I' house work. It' A OINf' \CIfT'I--q:: 1\tll' house unfurnished. Men: 1-2
Call
& Murray trailer. Excellent FRESH COUNTRY eggs medium 4733266. .._, 1''' d'h'II' r-r "nil" n. FOR SALE 70 acres cf land MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Home bedroom: trailer 5 mile Southof
Insurance
Companies
Mom Offices:Bloomington IIHnoIs condition, lots of extras; size 35o do en. Patterson FOR SALE Ke"morc! Waih' re-i. AcH. FitMmct. crW' : : '>"I.1ncc. !-j on Morgan Rod hljhway I Park Trailers and spaces Starke on 301. Call 964-

Slat Farm Is all you n.ed $1000.00 Phone 782-3619. P. O. Egg Barn, Boylee Hlway. 964- Cr. 1 yr. oM!; $63. Call :SS-2248j: Bradford: County Telerapb. frontage Call Henry Ho-Jges.: for rent. Phone 964-7498. 7490 or Waldo 468-1222 from

to know a Insurance. Box IBS. Lawtey Fla. Itp 5096. lIp after 6 p.m. ? 964-7342. Itp 8tchg 10-16 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ItdigPAGlj

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