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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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,rO'-I"N-'.'rxnd.1'N'r I ,. FLORIDA'S CHILDREN



..1'In nta... HERE'S WHY. .

" Florida with Its world-famous white-sand
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I&d.' I beaches, sunny clime and booming prosperity ranks
among the top ten of the nation's fifty states in
'.)r.d GROWTH RATE, POPULATION, STATE REVENUE
,.y AND EXPENDITURES, RETAIL SALES and
,.r. TOURISM Yet Florida's school children are NOT
rt,- 'I ;! sharing: in the abundant wealth of our state. Florida
0-7. DESERVE BETTER ranks a LOWLY 31TII[ IN EXPENDITURE PER
. CHILD FOR EDUCATION and nearly as low In
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the critical area of teacher salaries.
. Despite much appreciated efforts by county school
.f officials and the community to provide adequate
. school funds through increased millage budget
cuts resulting from Governor Kirk's veto of the already
IE sparse educational budget have reduced 1967-
68 operational expenses for Bradford County schoolsby

: Your Bradford Education Association Is Convinced Of This severe$57,819.This will shortage have the of instructional following effects materials: ((1) ,Createsa up-to-

\ date textbooks, library books and custodial supplies;
((2)) Cuts out free use of school buses for educationalfield
I .:,r trips; ((3)) Greatly minimizes anticipated teacher -
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pay raises; ((4)) Leaves the county school system
with only a skeleton force of maintenance and cus-
todial personnel promising dirty classrooms and
,t. unsanitary restroom facilities; ((5)) Eliminates county
., funds to match federal monies for supplemental

Our County School Operating Funds charts.And classroom equipment Including maps, globes: and

: : more than ever classes in county
> schools will be overloaded and a high percentageof
Were Cut $57,819 For 1967-68
\ instructors will be required to teach out-of-fleld
reducing the quality of your child's education.




of School Lunch Worker's HERE'S HOW. .
1. Governor's Veto Pay $4,100

2. Governor's Veto of Textbook Funds 4,000

3. Reduction In Minimum Foundation Program Funds 11,164 "'". Florida's Children Will -;

\ 4. Reduction In Sales Tax: Return To School Board 1,295 Receive A Better EducationThe



National Education Association (NEA), the
Florida Education Association (FEA) and your local
Some Bills Passed By Florida's 1967 Legislature teacher's organization, the Bradford Education Association -
(BEA) have united in a determined effort
Cost Our School Board to overcome the sadly deficient conditions facing.
Actually Money your child this year.
Sanctions have been invoked by the FEA, and
firmly endorsed by the NEA and your BEA. Sand
Placed More Load On Bradford '
County. :, tions have been aimed at: ((1)) Discouraging new
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l.j. ... ... '" I teachers from accepting positions in Florida" ;'-*((2))
.Warning business and industry not to consider moving -
to Florida, with its subminimal education climate;
And ((3)) Censuring Governor Claude Kirk for his
1. Increase In County's Junior College Committment $3,353 absolute the state.refusal to consider the educational needsof .

2. Elimination of Retail Tax 2,767 Out of FEA's 24
Inventory August meeting In Orlando's
Tangerine Bowl (attended by over 35,000 Florida
3. Prohibiting Use of NTE Text As Basis For Salaries 30,000 ", teachers) came a decisively more direct sanctions

4. Increase In First Grade Pupil Te acher Ratio 1,440 :' policy.Members were advised that unless final effortsto

secure the cooperation of Governor Kirk and the
legislature were successful FEA would requestthe
mass resignation of Florida's teachers.A .
great number of teachers throughout the state
Teachers Feel That Gov. Claude Kirk's{ 17c .' :. including many here in Bradford County have
>: pledged their support to this policy.

I Per Hour Pay Raise At The Detriment Of t school AND Unless ACT children Governor QUICKLY. a Kirk mass in and-or the resignation Interest the legislature of of Florida's teachers ACT


Existing School Programs Is An Insult To MAY What TAKE are PLACE Florida's! teachers demanding from

Governor Kirk and the legislature? As strange as it
i : may seem NOTHING that hasn't been promised
The Education Profession. ,.\ ::, them by Governor Klrli's, (' oft repeated pledge to"Make
... Florida First in Education"!
But then we're not so unrealistic as to expect
Florida to skyrocket from 34th to 1st In educationat
J' the waving of Governor Kirk's
magic wand I rVe
Your Concern ;.... :': ..... realize that progress will come slowly. But progresscan
) Express ; ,: '; >' :: .:,. never even begin to be made until the governor
and legislature realize and accept the terrible dilemma
facing Florida education.
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.- FEA's basic demands of the governor and the
Write To: legislature t are as follows: ((1)) reduced pupil-teacher
I' ratio (2)) increased teacher salaries ((3)) released time
for lunch & planning (i 1)) textbooks and materials
((5)) extend kindergarten
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program to all counties.
: Sen. J. Emory (Red) Cross Rep. Eugene F. Shaw Rep. Ralph Tyre 'f''. THE ISSUE IS SQUARELY AT TIlE CROSS
ROADS! Unless the governor, in the final hours,
o decides
Gainesville, Florida gtsrko, Florida Lake City, Florida : -,
to
his
accept responsibility to Florida's school
t children then the teachers have but one council to
Senate President Verle Pope House Speaker Ralph TurlingtonSt. which they may appeal. THE PEOPLE for in any

Augustine, Florida Gainesville, Florida free rests and with democratic the people.society the ultimate authority

The BEA urges you to contact your elected
representatives (Rep. Eugene Shaw, Starke; Rep.
'' Ralph Tyre, Lake City; Sen. Emory Cross, Gainesville,
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BEA Supports The Florida Education ;' ; ," and Speaker of the House Ralph Turlington, Gaines
ville; Senate President Verle Pope) and express, with
t ," us, your concern for the future of Florida education.

: "- '" Association In Urging A Special Legis- Remember:

FLORIDA'S CHILDREN DESERVE BETTER 1

lative Session On Education.


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I .," : p FARMER'S DIARY.I', r ; 25 Years

;>> -i >.oM' I/O '. / ..' A change In the season was brain that Is only one-sixth the Ag]

more pronounced during last size of a 'coon and that's a,
'. .A..' week, as Scp&mbr, the month good explanation for tho dopey By Alice MoGarveyJ
"' "" ". ., 0(" : of storms was %uuhercd( In with appearance of the former, iWo

restless winds and periods of S ,
I Another White PaperGovernor : : brooding calm. Dogwood leaves also learned" that ''bl1hy By AlJre McOarvoy '

for instance started turning possums at tolrph I ? are the Twenty-five years ago
; :. HfuCKH( and Vegetation in the tiniest things Imaglnafclo. Ao- New River newa had stales

't.. ,. ;:. swamps and bays:! began to cording to the expert, 23 baby about large l'atL"les ,

Claude Kirk laborered such action, the Governor will' C, :: .. ___.__-r--_ change color for the fall season 'po Mumll weigh only about as -theIr discovery and disp
.. 'I .__ much as n And wo Leslie Sapp then a small' I
penny.
Tuesday night 'and clime with call session to to -.
up : a special come S S might add ''Worth only about came upon a big one and v,

: another. "white paper. grips with it. Speaking of storms, we got that much.We're all .of his BB'a were used 'u
I" This, of course, offers little through :August.\ without a big out. result he went for hi
Or; perhaps this one should be comfort to county superintendents ,-. blow but the OddS< aro that By Sam McGarvey 'still having! / trouble Big: ,brother Pete killed It III''

"cdlled 'it "fclu'e") papfei-" to match concerned with school needs TODAY this month oneor more of the farmer ttr( help him out, he'll) with,.a peaky armadillo which a ahot-gun blast and when e
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in Itf: ,iO Solution: : tj) immediatethe not 1975. For instance p. hurricanes will develop and be looking: for an engineering persists in rooting yp OUt lawnIn snake was stretched out
smack Into tho utate. One rend measured six feet long and tiki
spirits of educators-wh found college graduate who knows our yard. However we
problems faced in. their .'classroom Superintendent Tom Casey pointsto early in the month with heavy how to keep a nollnolil, clicking about the giant armadillo o< 13 rattles.
'' these critical areas now plaguing rains would bo bad enough and clacking at the right Unto.S ''South America, which grows Penile Moody's snake will\) )
!. the Bradford County system : but If we get one later. It! C S to a length of about six foot crawled out from under .t t
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In* setting target date of -.-No certified business 'educa- might flood the berry land and Everyone 'who has seen them and /weighs about 100.. pounds, house, measured five ami BT
up a hold up preparations for set knows that 'possums are no and at least we can be thank half feet with 11 ratting\ i |I
1975 for getting; his sttill-uoform- tion instructor at BUS ; was dispatched with a hoe.
ting out plants. smarter than the law allows, ful that the ones around here
ulateu:'"program" into Lull'effect S S Incidentally The third rattlesnake ui ,
-No certified science teachers and certainly not In the same are plnf-alzed.
: Gov.'} Kjjrk. -' in the words of at BHS .. : L- Things are looking mighty class as 'coonig, for example.In the natives of S. A. like noth- five and a halt feet long, w, ,

L Senator Mathews of Duval Coun- } -. .. good for the Calf Scramble reading about them t'nls ing: bettor for dinner than a only 7 rntl'les, was run over I
L -No teachers for which will be staged Oct. 7. week we found out how come. line fat armadillo. George Tctstonc. Appntcn' J
qualified
ty. r4 Tiaa,wrjtteiff the : the Sid
pres car ( < little
George Hug-gins reported la it dam.\gIt I
It seems, the .pOll um baa a
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g"eneratlon." ;, "special education units ; ; --- ---. week that eight calves ..hnve the snake so George got a )Jr(.
anTi that pole, and finished! the job
-- been donated so far. :J II n
As. puzzling 'as many of hiothez4 -No certified band instructor; : the goal of 10 should bo met 1967 Tobacco Crop Brings story ends with the statemi t

J actions' was 'Kirk's'advocacy -N'certitted librarians atBHS. : soon. Promoters of the event that: "This in dog days 8.. :I I
in' his :' MadisonAvenJue are all steamed up about it, snakes seem t'u be blind..e. .1 I
;. : ) .Tuesday; flight" ( Apathy in Action Record Return To GrowersFluecured mad." ,,
enthusiastically
and predicting -
0 ) telecast of tftah6f the'\' are "

selfrsama jschoot 'reforms:'that'; '.he It is easy to see what Senator that If! will draw' erne of sales counties.S The total acreage
the biggest crowds:! of the yearat tobacco on Edwin Sheppard was a red'
so' jblUhty 'Vetoedudur1ftfir 'the1! regoilar" -. Mathew meant'when he said that the Fairgrounds. Florida markets grossed a allotted to these farms was man in the Panama Can I

fseasipn"of the> Legislattine. the\Governor has -written off the C S record $13.862.715 for the 14.814 acres with a total Zone and he wrote to his met l lcr .

present- generation from his Bradford County farmers aro 1967 wnson. Final sales poundage quota. of 28,302.292 'Mrs. T. H. Sheppard, of i i .

Chief among these wa'1egls laudabhvbut distant goal of mak- NEWS And NOTES by no means the only ones were held on Tupudav AUf{. \potiiVn. after adjustment :for terestlng ,things. In one ",,1 I.' .

lation that would have reduced ing Florida "first in education1." i-- -- who are having trouble finding 22. According to O. P. Mc- overmarketlnsr and unjertti'j'kPtin ter he wrote: "Two of us.. ,

teachier loacl- in tbe-.fir8t 4iva.de. For Today's Homemakers 1 harvesting labor. Out In. ""n- Arthui State Executive Die .*, In iflfiB. went to Pan"ImCity! on.t e

Kirk p.1jpd'' for"vetoing:' thj1ue&hLy: Certainly, no one will quarrel Has, for example, we read! that rector. Aglicultutal Stabillza- McArthur credited the 1m- Pacific side of the Canal Zo: .
with the Governor's proposal of'fa By Martha Sue McCain they are using: machineS" to Ion and Conservation Service "proved marketing! situationfor The sidewalks are narrow; fl I
nighflhie: fuAdthut\ II harvest. cucumbers. The machine Oalnenvlllc. ASCS preliminary flue-cured tobacco to the crowded and everybody spun ,
wou' *\have- accomplished t'ob-l high-powered commission! ; study County Extension picker sliCes the< vine records show that Buaoew of, the acreage Spanish. There are some oljt t r

jecre just,a few. ahort weeks the state's educational 'neexla] and Home Economics Agent off at: the roots, picks up vines: 27.211.031 pounds of flue- poundage. program. Under Its moat beautiful homes tn.t,, e
of their finti- 1 and then operntlnn. farmers have been residential. district that 'Jl
'AI" the means financing and cucumbers, separates cured tobacco brought an '!! e
agj : :.....:.......:. I Ii i... .ings. Especially can there be no L. the cukes which are conveyed avenge! price for the reasonof encouraged to produce higher ever seen. We saw the. pla e

i jhe Governor also advocated quarrel when the Governor to field boxes on a trail- 69.31 cents a pound. quality tobacco more In where Balboa discovered t e
says drugs and cosmetics beprinted er. As the cukes grow an Inch Sales last year totaled 22.- demand by the Industry At Pacific Ocean, the 'Spanish f .
making teacher TRUTH -PACKNO LAW
thd',crivter&i the td finance the corlI- -
quality ,
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money
t on the label. longer Ih a day, the growers( 152.041 pounds and grossed the some time. proJuc&mha. bassy and the V.3. Erabgf .
for pay "increases father mrttee's activities' will 'not be paid The date on which the Notes of Interest, with machine pick.rs.are. ahlo >1"35. &B3 for.an...BV.I'agB.of. ".been reduced permitting The main things though s

thanltfeACher longevity. There 1 ismuctitWbe from state funds. Schools lie Truth-In-Packlng-Law wa to DH you know Flor'da'! Fro- to get In and harvest at tho 70.03 cents a pound. McArthiir rfv-'ntctlon' of storks accumulated the ruins of the old city 'I t

) said for this objective everything ,else: need constant become effective was July. I. zen Concentrate has higher right time. .' pointed out that even from previous rropa.. Panama. It was destroyed V

{'HCll0te.a( :: rain} ,*' when the I evaluation and it is quite possible) But we still see laboia that specifications than those bythe C C though more than 8 million Morgan and the pirates n.
1671. The ruins of old char'
hAve tomato pickIng -
recent that some' economies especially use vague terms as "small] USDA? They also mote pounds were sold this Goodwill. Outlet/
Lgg.J1d tvlfe. passed a bill family size" -New Improved, machines (cost J27.000V) es and homes are still sta -
Does It surprise you to learnthat.ral year than In 1966, tha' average -
prohifoitiny-School 'Boards from :in the ,so-called "fringe areas"'could and It not. belong before in.tr.\ The roads were made t
family, economy size, etc. : potatoes are the No. may price was /flown bnly 7
th'&WTE' be effected without seriously marhine. Witt Due Open Here, smalh rocks and r believe t tfi
using (NatioriaUTeacher) The law was supposed to regulate 1 frozen vegetable (tbl Shrimp[ a berry -picking tents of a cent per pound. tare
Education) tests as a criteria for damaging the goals of quality the use of such terms. are the No. 1 frozen seafood j be developed. One advantage Gross sales were moie! than Ooodnlll Inldustrles of bettor. .Ihnn some bn k

pay Increases, Kirk failed to ex- education. A little retrenchmenthere But because the Federal lot I frozen turkeys out-eell I we can see Is that a machine $3 million dollais .Hither. North Florida has announced roads< I have seen. The I 0III
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like those
will not "gobble" fruit, as we'veaeen are Just you i ain
ercltii rHa t" ower; Of Veto," Ifrbjli, and there might even improve food Drug manufacturers& Cosmetic Act frozen fryers I dJ] There are young pickers do here. Thels was the tlilr'l year that a. retail outlet will be foreign movies. I'm enjoInjj )
protects pacno nutritional differences
significant
.. acreage-poundage established In Starke during
sho in some areas. S S S that the this of the
part ooiui
) nr>:'relnctanfe= ; 'io wield y
kers, an.1: distributors, as well ) between Ordinaryas
flue- will
The location
( I having been approved by; Sepember. "
it in'.I many other laress.: :But to.attempt to pass the consumers, a series! of nohamburger and ground round So day more by complicated day farming",. and cured grower voting a special be 353 north of U. 8. High fine, Mom.

buck at this 'critical stage with tires and hearing are still despite the wide difference grows referendum held In May of way 301. Jack had 'gal ,
This, one bi1tA1one.foDCed. the j the man who one time had only Hodge a pet r
Bradford just another "study" w h fin' necessary. In prIce. I lei Honey absorbs[ to round up a crew of hands 1965. Another referendum Mr. Ernest O. Pavcy Act- two and one-half feet long.... Ie
School If manufacturers to
County; : Board to object moisture art:?!' odors\ anj nhoul -
and Executive said
held this growers Ing Director
studies like white : to harvest, now has to know was year feJ it table scraps, which It
pay Increases! that'mish't other- papers, are a the proposed! labeling rules, be tightly sealed. UsuUly It's how to keep complicated equip overwhelmingly approved "Our purpose Is to serve seemed to like Just fine. .
wise have been withheld from dime a dozen, is simply begging they may call for a public stored at room temperature ment In running, order. And continuation of the program more and more people with

teacuer' .-w.bQ... had not ,compli\ ;;:..,,the.. .issue... the Immediate issue. hearing. Then If they can'tmree since It crystallzes when l'e- Instead of looking for a tenant > for the 1968, 'GO and disabilities and help them The Junior Woman'* (' ,It
with officials of the
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:wi TE a needed.I$30".' ., frigerated. It can be recon- '70 marketing years, The vote- turn their handicap into abilities held a Benefit Bridge. Hi j II
Oncxin GovernorKirlr Food' nod"Drug Administration -
.vertd'olqutd:\ by placing In Florida was 93.1 ;per rent We hope to do this prizes of Defense Stamps w e
,j,000) br so th&t>o uJd havejfceen failed to live, to his about the changes:; they container Ih water. And
lvance warm vot- .
up \ yes with 2.119 (growers with the help of the! peopleIn won by''Mrs. J.W. Brownie ,'--used ?in ,.other/.critical anis: in-' billing .. has failed to deliver may go to court. talking ,about HON'EY. you SENIOR ing. Of the 162,314 ,growers! Starke. We need thtlr sup John Chalker. Mrs. Fred G v,,

: clr14i z": :crW&srbom0tippUe 'and'' in the clinches and has let All these steps will' take might bf interested in the; CITIZENS voting In the !six fluculedtobacco ;! port." Mrs. B.A. Pope. and Mrs...J! W...

t": iahftfrtn!. services... "a.. .r-, those> down 'Who hoped against time. Finally however, the First Prize Winning. Honey producing states, Goodwill Industries U anonprofit Darby, making second hi 1,,
differences will be worked
Reclp; from the 'Beekeeper! voted for continuation Date '*
The Bradford County SenJor 06.6 per cent community ser- also were awarded
r" Governor Kirk Jeff""no7) hope that this time he'would come out and then the consumer, Institute held the
] doubt recently at Citizens Club sent the follow- of the prozram. vlre organization whIch em- Stamps. Miss: Evelyn Stu p.
: up with something tangible 'In will be able to tell whet he's University of F1o lda. allotments of the air r,
TuesSay.nlghf that lie: ,does not ing message to 17 members of Farm acreftrt ploys, trains, rehabilitates, ns chairman
intdlil- t6"AB spite of past diaillusionments. Alas;! buying just by reading the HONEY DATE BASS the S nal'e\ Finance Committee were established for 18B7 on Ltixt-! places those in Northeast reported approximately > 3
a 'sfle'ciar "Letrisi
such was not the case. label. One cup honey. 3 eggs well' in. Washington: 6,883 farms In 24 Florida Florida who have handicaps.At cleared.Mr. .
..i )lativi session to dfeal t with', the For example, the new law beateh; 1 teaspoon venlllut;I "We believe It Is within our the sheltered workshop In

present problenj, file annodnced, Secretary jot State Tom Adams will require that: 1 and one-third cup sifted 1 Nation's capability, with a Jacksonville 67 persons are and Mrs. Frank E. V II-
.recently: called on the Legislature -the size of servings as eU purpose-flour: teaspoon 1 gross national! production of employed. There la a total son. were hosts at a spagh tI
rjfj v yjsiv J< lblue-rlbbon] com-i to assume the responsibilities abdicated well as the number of serving: frSMlng, powdery. one-lourth J over |70 billion per year, to SELECTIVESERVICE employment of 110. supper at their KIngsley I* <:8

mis af Jguidexjt JarKely by wrt-; by the Governor. There vlngs be stated on label: teaspoon salt; 1 pound f pitted 1 Increase benefits to $100 per Goodwill takes things home. Clients! Included Mr. n d
the terms "small ed1tes: 1 cup choppct nuts. month for an Individual with which are donated, fixes Mrs.! Joe Hoover, Mr. and :W I.
of-sjjjrte experts,--pji; studr1- the was nothing Tuesday night to i indicate conomy. "and "large" be stanMIx honey beaten "sns! and' 23 years of social accuilty them In the workshop and J. Morgan Darby Mr. and W 8.

pr jrliem, including:' financing:, until that'the Governor intended dardlzed: vanllle beat well. Add sifted' covering, and also! raise the Questions Answers sells them to the publle. The Carl Knight, Mrs. !Myra Jr k,

Dec, }tlJb" ( l968 and then, it t6 assume those responsibilities. the weight of some dry Ingredients dates and nuts 1 ability to earn *1,00 per year money received from t the sale and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wits a.
:products:: be stated In total Spread In 13x9. 12!
; a greased
wli'hout of Is used to
reduction In benefits. goods
: pay
he1dMs t.hjtIa t4on i warrants.....' ...:'Now: ; I& up' to the Legislature. ounces as well as In pounds parr. BRoke In moderate oven We ask you to keep these Question: We havs only wanes. There are five retail The R.A. boys of the Bap! st

u' .....,--- ,. and ounces. 1350 degrees] for'49 minutes. mInimums In mind during es- ono son. Can he qual-.!ty for outlets In Jacksonville one Church met at the home 'r
"cents-off" types of Cool in pan', .:out In squares; slons of your committee." the Sole Surviving Son IV-A each in Gainesville and Lake their leader, Mrs. C. a. Pri t,

I /Opfeh': Cdmplis Af ? promotions be regulated; and roll in either graaulated The new :Florida .Constitution classification City. Pavey said that the to study their manual and w 1"

BHS Additional Information or confectioner'S' sugar... though not yet adoptedby Answer: The Selective i.er- outlet would serve all of entertained at lunch. In I e
'. about the contents of some must be afternoon, nil went to XI\' s.
'ow the state, retains the Homo vice law provide! he Bradford County with reflnislwd they
BekJJ-- radical stead Exemption clause of the sole ,surviving son of a t clothIng. shoes, toys Canova's .KlnK ley Lake ho Ie
r departure to know how parents, who BO Corn Price Support RateIs $3,000. Both Houses have famuy of which the fatheror furniture and household articles. for a swim and, refresJtmen s.

froml".previous school policy'the; often seem 'disinterested, feel. agreed that senior citizens, 65 one or more sons or They picked grapes, plaj: 4
;; corfci lt" 6fcrpening' thjf*Bradford and over, should get .exemptions daughters\ were killed in action games and had a grand tli e.
High! -'--8c1\O\ I campus during the As the new Iri3?\1 principal j is Announced By ASCS up to $10,000. But this or died In line 11 duty Improper ChangeOf Tho following boys were I-

lunch"! hour for gmoe's; 9-12 'do,. the ''first' to admit, the Bradford .. action should l not be taken while servlnu In the Armed eluded: Van Priest, Dan Fri( it,

setttt4 .Iouso1t1eratIon; from ., High campus, for several years Price-support loinn' for State. ---. for granted. Seniors and rcla- Forces of the United States Lanes Causes Chester Skipper, Jerry Laws/ n.
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pare2! Irne'-move! : being advo- '. ha&ben-ielosed' in policy only. 1967-crop corn In Florida will Tilt 1067..Moan, rate plus a tI'--8 should notify state aena- or subsequently' died as a result US 301 Collision Charles Lawson and Cher '5
; "; and of of Injuries received or Mooney.
Lust many average $1.22 per bushel O. ators representatives
catedTu'PfitifcfiJjU year students violated price-support payment of 30
: :Jim Temple, P. McArthur State Executive their desire that this $10,000 disease incurred lurUia ,such: A
collision
the closed' cents par' bvehel\ gives a total VMised by an
"rule" and left
whjffcaa t the suppo t'of his faculty school campus Director. Agricultural Stabl- prIce support average rate clause should be retained< apd eon-ice.. '/ i Improper change.of lane on Caution Light Hit
in .tho recommendation during. the lunch hour and enacted the final vote. Question Must a rSls!
to the llznlon and Conservation or $1.52 per bushel. The national during \ : four-laned US 301 .saturday .
School-BoaiHCSbieans simply thatStljUifits : a ..other.jper.iod8. many cases! Service. has announced. This! average support rate With fall approaching and trant return to his own local caused $900 temage to two By Big Truck

,, can J lerfVt"jjiQhool and t g Q, .:'ju"tl toe ,If-they could get away Is 7c per bushel higher than, is $1.35 per bushel including folks returning from vacations board for his Armed Forces vehicles but the thre3 per- A caution light In front f

., <4.wntown"Dr'to< heajrji establlBbmeot -.'1 with it. c' the 1006 crop loan rate of a loan rate or $1.03 plus the our meetings havo picked l up physical examination end Induction sons Involvd escaped! ,wlth the Pine Level Churdx 3
".. ? ... $1.15 per bushel for the considerably l It Is a ? slight
., .r 30-rent price support pleasure only ? injuries to .on*.
pay : IL
4- for lunch:. ri. .....: Any Answer No. He trans miles .vest of Starke O g
teacher
at BUS has time ment. t"o see Mrs. Mary Bishop back : may A 1060 'ord station wagon/ Mgnl! 51
100. was struck by a
:: TFe,. .:'t.-wlicY has-:b en., pre. and again seen students load Up The average loan rate of at her secretarial duties aftera fer Induction for physical or both examinationor by requesting driven by Harless Woodrow International van last ,!Tlm *
recent It also
T eent and one oft the ever increasing num- Welding Course $1,23 per bushel Is for ..1067- good to have operation.Flossie and was";ver- this action by the Wilson Fla.! changed Keen. 42. of Brindon. day Aug. 31, caualrUT: H M

,-. to Supt\"Tbmfasey, and th :.jn.. bet of' cars and leave campus'during'classes -.--. Starts Oct. 3 crop corn grading No. 2 ett Prescott back. The' former locnl board nearest!him. of-. a l&flT Cfedillao.lanes driven In front by damage to the cab. i ,A*(

dicatipn, 1 ja- that, everyone. fg1ViII.: as well as at lunch. At Santa Fe JC which 15per contains cent moisture.15.1 through Farm has been ill for a tariff,;: time. Question: Recently my James! Albert Overstreet 47 er The than light usual was after hangUir"V'ondi%(of I K<

to': ing tp go; along If throgs ean'Je The large number of students storage loans will be made Everett was looking and feel wife and I were divorced. StML Jacksonville, *s' the Cadillac supporting lines had !:* 'i
t. much better, Claire has custody of our two chll-
ing
":.'wQrked out.: .. .. ;.,. With 70 graduate welder at the basic aa was was overtaking a act. .passing, Road :pe-
... on the BHS -site-over .1,200.- rate:, Warehouse Matlltews of drn and has them wltb her. severed by a State
.,a.'UJfjor In the last year, welding as a loans will also be available\ in Keystone Heights. the Ford according to Flor- moving nuxihire.
'- .obstacle"1 1"""h'!! that school i.and automobiles, in which student vocational skill to' booming approved warehouses and for Elsie; and Joe Stein of Keystone Can T still -get a Class 'IU-A ida, IttRhwajr Patrloman J.K. partment according to the rPoIt'f!
... can kip about like flies at Santa Fe Junior will celebrate deferment? Wade.
of f ica> -legally responsiblefor College. these the basic rate Will be their golden Trooper O.C. Garrett"of> lbs
e hi:and are two valid reasons which make The four-month, 120-hour adjusted for anniversary this I month. Answer: Not as a father." Keen' was charged with Improper -
& Very' ,student for premlum3 and FlorKa Highway Patrolf f
classification -
To qualify for such
welding course at Santa Fe. Fifty years of marriage 1 in change .
the campus most! difficult if not discounts for grade and > of lan>> No flllfLf'j J.
the entire school day. A State' you must maintain a charges:; were
wonderful
a pirt of the Vocational quality.Mr. to behold when we Impact occurred In the InsIde -
DepjrtmepJ..of:: Education Official impossible, to police. The tnrih Program under Director E. B. read and hear of the alarming bona fide relationship with lane. The Ford walton : "i t

howeveFi! a BaUflthnt the school is that the old belief that a student Turlington, provides the! student McArthur reminded divorce statistics lit our coun-, the children ta, your home.. traveled .275 feet after the
4 .who is supposed to be in complete welding Instruction growers that price support '. however *It< may be possIble collision before ,
couLJl: <;;3>e''relieved of that heavyres1f1slbiUtyA will be available1 only, t Is far* try.Happy to be d.feried.In Class JH-A. coming to roadway. The big car IrsVeled' -
school is Birthday"
certain to be there is no and experience and was sungto rest ila the median strip. .The 124 feet along th&
If each'parebt ''will enables him to mere participating In the Mary Allen Mary by reason of extreme: hard- Cadillac more
qualify Bishop skidded .
longer valid. That'should have aa a 1967 feed grain .. 95 feet before median before finally)) comingto '
14&ill ta the principal written been made evident certified welder. program.Loans Rhbda Campier, Marian Dris- ship to dependents. thecollision and 134 0" ,
( per- by last yeaYsexamples Each student will be based on (eligible coil!!, and Joe Kerrigan. feet.sfter rest.
completingthe b.fcr' l h
ilion for Ids :youngster' to leave of flagrant hookey play course Is offered an opportunity actual production; while Halloween i It only a few . -> --yimr.. the

the earopus during the lunch hour. ing which were 'WIdely publicised' to be tested for the price-support paymentsof meetings away. It Is already f' .. .
...... 30 cents per bushel will be
certification as a welder. dme to start wofkttig on costumes The
: !reamrilil, Principal Temple An open campus! certainly pWeal' "'"''''rtie.-.next advanced veldinar on the projected yield of the for 'thIs yearly event. Bradford''; County Telegraph :.:

ha jequested: a few days to con- more responsibility the stud ''nt'' class will begin on October harvested 80 acres not to exceed :- An Interesting 0 at let for ESTABLISHED: 1879 .:.
Responsibility however is per cent of, the senior citizens can be found In -,
eidcr the move and to work a thing 2' with the beginning weldIng farm's feed grain base. : E. I
._ out the Bradford Art Association. ilIIIlU MATTHEWS Editor and PublisherFlorida's '
teenagers always want but some- class on October 3 In the ;.
the proWem/Bj> / whieh are consider- : Interested producers te Those .interested In paintingand
times fall to handle. Parents have Manpower Training Program urgedjto contact their local ceramics will find help and 4 ONset Weekly NIMsl'"I"'r, PubJUbed Contji.a..l7 '. IU',
able. To<:6e; ;,'ure7 there are pros to ber concerned about their chilc'ssalety. Body. Shop next to the Old ASCS county office. encouragement at-theae meet- Hi Under Toe game Had mad.a .' '. II

and congs-wlitch should be carefully and well-being while he is Post r Office Building. ingsv! 0

eynside/ed by 'parents before awayT from home.: .' dltlonal Persona Information interested In should' ad-., TTTE RIGHT JOINT for the attend Ton are our cordially next meeting Invtfed 'at to I 'Publl..r.ed.. II'TltllNday and entered a* Seeond CU.*. Matter .* the PMt Offtoe ; ....

the horge. gets out at the Certainly, all phases of the contact the Director of Vocational the way :you write. Ceme to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.Bring1 at Stark,' Florida cuktory Act of March 'Sad.. J87* ;, '

bam-- o-to.- peak.-Sehool. officials pro- % Education the Col- and arlrct :your favorite ZSTRRBROOK a frlefiet ana aWo make: J fri a.W.fp lostt..h* fcrnd. .Nat f. y..r."t4.jMt I ...u.1S:
posal need careful .
consideration log*. Telephone 378-5311, extension Sana new friends at the U. OwtafaU 1
fountata Senior
j
trade
would. JUke nothing better than before a final! decision made. 43 or 44. (MO.TELEG&.IPH Clt1.rIeraC1ub. i: arMi 1 jrea*. 14.50} C .ertIn, M11'1"1 4
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I i, THURSDAY SEPT. 7, 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TCIJSORAm. STAR1! P.! FLORIDA ''$'TCTipt''' -t'I\G1I: TtWWINOYICM



f tilt 1967. I parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L, 1 son spent Saturday ant Sun' Wilkinson, last week. I leer a sunny plot. I area. j- ya let, of. ..courses;whloh will

AUGlSr: 1, IHICllr at th. CHARLES A. DARBY Hlckox of Jacksonville'! and i day in Carlo, Oa as guests Mr. ant Mrs, Herman Next comes the vexing! Transplanting -from the be offered at 11 study cen-

& of 8l Eke. Florida" by vIrtue Clark By B.ulah of the)l.Circuit MoodyDeputy Court. his brother-in-law and sister RAIFORDBy of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson 1 1i Sapp and children: were Sunday problem of what to: plant, flat to theflowej;;bed is a ters around Alachua\ County,

niu by of law the, du authority hurvby call.vented firm In Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnsonof i and family and then, visited dinner guests of Vr and choosing plants by heights la teat of your'frreen thumb. Registration: should! be ac-

Primary Kindlon' to be held at (HEAL) SIT 4t 9/21 Atlanta, Ga. I' Mrs. Harl Dobbs i Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Kit- Mrs. John Bennett; and family 'one approach. Some talloi ?. To make the honor roll, compllclwd: at thoe.ftudY center

the Klro station, In the .uturaculd Visiting Mr. and* Mrs. O. Phone 406-2601 tier and Ernest and Edward at the StateFarm.. The growing'annuals for the back;pick a nice-: coot--, cloud]' .at which the divas will
City by qualin .
vut
m on
Tuesday Huptmnbor 12, 19117$ A. J. Anders were his brotherinlaw Addison in Camilla. Ua. dinner was in honor tt Dan areas of the garden are del evening, a.fter'a rain...If pos.' o lie held

1 tho>., for the put-pone o-t. JiiliwUiiic LA'WTEY"By Newt Strickland of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. D. Dobbs of Gainesville ny Bennett who Is :eavingfor phlnium larkspur, c'eome,, slble. Use' ute In bandUnn( "The 49 classes being offered

City following Clark for Officer two year. \ Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. N. Brunner and son of Corpus was a business visitor here Long Beach, Calif this and hollylock.In seedlings. Break off as rev., "include'n! addition to

Chief or Police for two year, J. Strickland of Tampa and Christi, Texas recently visited Saturday. week. the center' rows and toward .roots as possible; dtm' expose academic subjects sucn 'cour

Mayor<< 2 tor, on.two councilman: yean.Uruup for Enza BlmacliardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Bill Rice of ,Orlando his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. B. Reddish of Miss Beth Dobbs and Miss the front you may: con- them rto direct annllehl<< sea as typing mechanical oil

"' two y an, over the weekend. Sunday R. A. Brunner at the State Jacksonville. visited her family Karen Register were In Jacksonville elder the medium height or the ally for a long period,*:, "drawing, speed reading

1'I two Uroup yeariUroup i one councilman for visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Farm. here Sunday. Wednesday 'after- plants. Petunias. calendula, .don't et' plants too deeply, painting parents,and modern, high math school review for-

n S one councilman, for CHURCH ACTIVITIES Charles Steinhouoer of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ben- Mrs. Walter Altman and noon.
1 one :yearJnupvitora For Said Election: Grace Methodist -- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. David nett and son, Paul, of Glen her nieces, Martha, Mary Mrs. Mary Freeman had'as' ilnaria, and carnationsare until they have a'' chance- to ; Development [COED]

q Mr. Urneatlne Denmark, Alra, School, 9:49: Worship,, Johnson of Atlanta, Oa: and St. Marys visited her parents and Jo Alvares. and Cathy Monday guests Mr. and Mrs. examples. For low' edging: -recover from the transplanting test."Idle'. .

:HyrtlcB Von...., Albert fouler, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. Choir for Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp Jones returned. Thursday Otis Green and son, David shock. .
mlsht'uae allyssumt verbena '
Mra. J. E. Hardy, Mr. MargaretB. you fee for each course
practice Wednesday 7:30 p. James Anders and family ofPalatka weeks visit with rel-
William., JOB VitUimfct. Mra. Sunday. after a of Jacksonville phlox or some of the. To Insure best pooslbit
followed MVP. and Mrs. .. Will ''remaIn at $3,
Kil l'rev..lI.John m. by and Mr. atives In Louls ina. growth
of Mulberry
Dobbs
Marvin keep the soil moist
Uliupson, Mr.. Ethel WSCS met at the Churchon Bill Anders and son joined dwarf nasturtiums. I .Individuals desiring additional
visited his mother, Mrs. Susie Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thorn- When two: "
Raymond, Mr. R U. Canauy, of more, true '
annuals to
to 100 ( shoutdcontact
with With
Tuesday evening them for dinner. up Infprmatlon
Mr. fi.Ua Mae CI".to.oll IAlt..r.nate Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs ton has weekend guests leaves feed the
), Mra, U N. Pickering (AL.o eight,present. Visiting Mr. and Mrs.I Julian Dobbs and Mr. and their son, Jimmle Nell of Lets GoeIIIGardenlng 'choose from it shouldn't be appear the Dean of Contlnuplng -
ternate), Mra. Ed ALC plants with about 3 pounds
Temuy ( First Baptist Sunday James Rosier Saturday; over-! Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Sunday Tallahassee.Mrs. a problem to fill the garden 66.6.tNIPSd : { ,Education at, the cot-
C School 10 a. m., Worship 11a. of colorful of fertilizer I ,'378-5311, ex-
., night were her sister Mrs. with many kinds leKeJelephone:
unto subscribe my name and m. and 8 p. m. Training Sophia Starling at Ocala., Rev. and 'Mrs, Jack Stolte Nancy 'Thornton had plants. par, 100 square fees of becl'area. tension 43 .or ......' .
the of tue. and family returned Friday weekend guests' John .r
cause Beat .utown I as In',lIOme cases'you may' .
Union 7 Midweek
services -
p. m., -
and
niece and nephew Mr.
to be hereuntoaffixed: i after several days visiting: Thornton, of Jacksonville.' After sowing the seed of
I thla the 7tb day ot .....lru.I .w u. Wednesday 8 p. m Mrs. J. O. Morris and and need a.geocmd .fertilizer! ; applicattori I* TIIR OHMTY' JtTlWJR-H
191)7.) On Saturday night Sept. Elane of Gaines relative !in Kansas. Mrs. Julian Dobbsand 'your choice in flats prior to flwverlng.] .-Ol/HT. / BRADFORD- CO.UN'ri.PJABIDe .
daughter
gJ.JAL) Carl Hunt 2 the "Saturday Night Youth ville. They were en route to' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Casonof children visited her mother, By nervey Snarpe! Cdlto: while you are waiting for For detailed Information' on in PROBATE '

1 CARL HURaa, Action Meeting" was organized at South Carolina for Labor! Ormond Beach wero weekend Mrs. Knight, In Gainesville.. Florida Agricultural Kxcenirioa them to reach transplantingsize ,growing. fall. flowers; ,C'onaaotyour' In K*: Rotate of.N A.-CT I*
!> I.KNIOHT
itl IGHT. al"o koown a. N.
ATT1 1T: Meirlll : guests of relatives' here; Sunday. Service! : prepare the flower beds: *
KdwardaCITY this Church with 36 piesent. county agricultural\ unit,, .e vna. 'I.>, ..
M&HRI'LL: ) \;
) CL1iU": The group wll! meet each day.Spending the weekend; with I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier Mrs. Jewell Register and If you're going to have a First turn the soil with a agent He'has severs>i,publlcation -. .,K 'ir7H'r,TO 1)adeadrd CrLNDiTO1tAll '

1/17 4t /7WOTICB Saturday from 7 to 10 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling' the) (Robert Canons, Mrs. children of Lake City were topnotch flower garden this spade or other tool.Re\ "'on the subject.-.- NOTICBJ j 1..lIOn.. 'h." lns' ,iclalTa OP

I Charles and Helen Starling Olenn Alice Cason -and Mrs. Joyce Friday afternoon guess 'of move Mil weeds sticks, stones ., I demand (al."*t the ..t.a1 at
El 3
and Owen were fall and winter now's the I NANCY KNIWT. <
are In charge This la for Norman and family. her parents, the Earl Dobbs debris and then Adult'Edacatioa t* '
and other .
R.
Staining stationed on the time to' plan. the planting (; know ae N.. L. KNIOH'1'" and
DEe'LdrD' teenagers and all teenagers and Mrs. Earl Dobbs family: loose .
,\ TO K. Huntington !Destroyer now. Mr. .. rake the area into a 'I. ltd MRS. D. El. KNIGHT,' doc -
IN CfRCUlT COURT. BRAD- ore cordially Invited. Michael Dobbs 'and son, Seals of Jacksonville layout.. aeration Classes Open ..t.ed. are h'crebrnotified and
Mrs. Jessie
'for
and Miss mixture good .
II, FORD COUNTY FLORIDA: In port at Mayport J rfiqolivrt to fHe. their claim !I.
t IN CHANCERY. Church of God- Sunday Sheila McBurnett of Jack- Mike were Monday "Isltors and Mrs. Myrlene For best ]posing of color, and drainage At Santa FeJ'CRegistration f the County Judge
AARON SUMNER *. School 10 a. m., Worship 11 of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Starling of Sanderson were locate the annual flowers so 0 ofBrdfor4 County, 'Florida. la
l' JIOSJB. 8UMNERJ a. and 7:30: m.. YPE sonville. and In Lake bloom, in front of a If available It will pay tol the County Courtbou at
J' Plaintiff. m. p. Michael and Ronnie Den! Register family Monday guests of Mrs. Susie they' work into the top six Inches for high Htarh. Florida. wKhln.". 81&l cal-.
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer, City Dobbs. back-drop<; of; green foliage. school and pndar.!. month* from,,lr. date of
visited completion
Adoption mark of Jacksonville of the soil clip general of''thl.nutleS .
of: RICHARD JOHN meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. of'Tampa some grass I l ,the flat publication
Ronnie Brunner Paula Dobbs accompaniedher This will tn&ka the colors Interest' adulteducation
Sun- their grandmother Mrs. Lois pings, compost or other organic or the eamt will 1 become
DIAMONDDefendant, Highland Baptist to Monday. was visiting his parents Mr. aunt and uncle, the Cecil classes at Santa Fe _. Junior void according.to Uw.I
Carter Thursday show vividly.
day School 9:45: a m.. Wor- up materials. While doing Thl. to 117.Uolll .
NOTICE TO APPEAR : at I I
Mrs. A. R. :Brunner
and
I Crawford, Jr. of Hellbronn College Is scheduled' for September I..AU.u.kll h
To Richard J. Diamond Miss Karen Lee of Gainesville -' most I this also add .. Atldreea: : Unknown ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. the State Farm Monday Springs. to Pensacola where For best color an- you might Sj, 67.Classes EXECIIWAIlolile'V.
.' notrrted that Prayer meeting Wednesday was at home for the nuals must have full-five pounds of ': Knlht<
.
You are hereby night. they visited the Ray Caw-1 a will begin next
SuperPhOIlPhatej I
Richard with her parents, Florida. .
1 a cult for Adoption of 7:30: m. weekend 1 Btarko.
p.
'.{: In John the Diamond above named ha. Court bean filed and We are pleased to>> note Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Dock: Addl- thorns and Miss Gloria Dean hour sunbath per day. So see per 100 square week, >. for' many of the wide ,a21t I/It

e I cauae and you are required to that Mrs. Effle Miner Is Improving Mrs. Mamie Futch has returned -
,1 anrvw a copy of your anawer In Bradford County after a visit of two
.
or pleading to the compla.lntI . .
I \* on the Plalntiffa Attorney Hospital after having undergone weeks with her son-in-law

t e icon. Lax Green !utarka, Florida surgery recently.Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. 4I4f

office;and of file the the Clerk original of the In Circuit thee and Mrs. John Morris D. J. Putney of Jacksonville.

e Court on or. before the of Georgia were weekend Mr-a4 di Mrs. Paul :Moore 'MEN'S

C ". 11th day! of September allegations, 1997 or; guests of her parent' Mr. of San Francisco where he BOYS ' :.BANLONSTRETCH

S rCComplaint! will be taken and Mrs. H. E. Priest' and is stationed, with} U. >14. Ser ORLON STRETCH -

e aa cont.... ed by you. brother Lamar. They all vice are spending two CREW SOCKS ('SOCKS

ed Thin once notice each ahall week be for publlnh tour'\ spent Sunday visiting relatives weeks leave with her parentsMr. .10'COLORS '".->'. Rg..>1.0O. ,? r

I conmcutlve weeka In the in Cedar Key. J O. Snerrell
II BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGHAPH. )-]'l Visiting Rev. and Mrs.Hlckox and Mrs. Reg. 79c 'ANNIVERSARY
I and daughter. R'P SALE 59c
t .' Dated thla let day of AUB- on Sunday were his SALE 49c lb 'J .

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..ae APPLIANCES MOBILE HOMES USED PHOTOGRAPHER I .
Oa 1 '
/ROME OWNED AND ;"J .;"
1 Appliances Color TV -
I BARNETT'S 7 HOME OPERATED ANNIVERSARYPERMAPRESS
Btereo Magnavox A&
'J. & J. Swap Shop / .. ;
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IN GAINESVILLE ,
Zenith Motorola Commercial and Portral / _
... ,
r General Eleat.r1cl "'
TRAILERS:
1874
USED Photography SINCE
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"You Get A Good Deal At- J';
Frames & Custom Framing ,. ,
l It a aA Campers from 8' 2VIB : "SAlE" I ''

32'55'a 1058 Blanding Blvd. : I
Mobil. Homes w.
Jacksonville 881-1464
, r. o. MILIEU aln i ie "
A Trades -Bank Financing .
F ,. ..
tv N.r.f r" ".e *- nor '.
Ilgwy. XI, Orange Park
d JlW'kNOftvllhlv PIANOSFor
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Tel. 2& -63U '
Sale & Service > Jr. &Misses. '
t.i Auto Jr. & Misses:
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Advice 2 G"3' 'SUITS "
11 MuMcul( Stripe 0 p<. ,
UNIFORMS( .
LANDROVER !! Color*,
NICE
" C. CARTER
l MOTORCYCLESHONDA MEN'S OPEN EVErU Of Wool'Or BlendiORIG. '. 'Cotton, Daclron '
p .
NIGHT TIL 9 And Nylon''
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r' The. World's Finest In SHORT SLEEVED 20.00-35,00; : ,
=13.00
30' 4 Wheel Drives DACRON/COTTON DRESS SHIRTS MONDAY THRU SATURDAY IORIG.. 9.00 ?

Sold and Serviced. byRoberts' SLACKS SALE,12.90 j-''\ ,SALE'"5.99' ,,., ,
I Reg. 4.00 .
Chevrolet MOTORCYCLES : t
I. Reg. 6.00
Grern!'! Cove. Spring; SOUS Established 1948 :
hi h Jacksonville 204-B6OO Chlckerinff' A SALE 3.99 SALE 3/5.99
It ALL MODELS

hd Other Name Brands al" Sale ,Starts Monday Sept. 11*

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.,1 JEER Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS CONN ORGAN
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R. 2651 Park JacluonvtII0888-851( ..
ilk, Vrhlelesm. )
8 A.M. 1 P.M.
Jeep 'a,08M1r Station Open -

, Wagons Tues., Wed., Thurs., FrU
tlnlvenalii PICTURE FRAMES
I+t .> J.-p
a i Jeep Gladiator Trurki Open Sail. 8 A.M. > 6 P.M. l 1
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tt, .1 AnthortaKl. Servlc* a -

re. ApprovM, Part Closed Sunday & Monday LITTLE '"ITALIAN ,' L DIESI'BOYS'2 ,
elfS. SPILLERS'GALLERY
:2 Wh> 'fI '
l1e.. f. When Drive >fPECIAU ,
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& PENNY"Brown CARDIGAN I
Drive + to 7 COSTUME ,
k BIOTOR9 ,& CYCLES. LADIES
( Black)
BLAND I'' or JEWELRY Pullover & Shells
;: EDDIE UNDERWEARBRIEFS SEAMLESS ,
4049 Blanding Blvd. Picture FramingOil LADIES LOAFERS Neck1o .s. Pins ,"SWEATERS,
a MOTORS Inc. I J.
NYLONS .
111-8244 Reg. 9.00 Earring 1Bracl.t.* I i'i'? ''WooI&Blends
DAMN!' Jacksonville Painting Graphic Arts* ,
"e- 53 W. 31.45 +
Reg. MediumSlzes8'h.n
' JACKMONVR.LE 1IM.'nnt : ANNIVERSARYSALE Orlg. r.00-2(30: ( '. Org.6.009,00SALE! ; ,,
Unframed Pictures ANNIVERSARY
't SALE 31.00 '
5.97 SALE 21.1 AO' 3.99, ,
Parrish Motors 1045 Park StIn Five Points SALE 3/99c
MUSIC
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i. ;, (BALKS SRKVTCEPARTS cj; Paulus Music Co. I SEWING CENTER


, Band A String Instrument
I 82 Yean A* A Dealer .j-.tn.e.... ,

oE Always Good Used Car Gibson Guitars& Ampllflen H. & N.

\ 3 en Laura". St. "JaifcaonvIUeFhonu ) >
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m, r 3B6-M54: School SuppUIMtructlon SEWING CENTEF gGIRU4-14 PLA 20

'61 ; BEAUTY ACADEMY Roberta Recorders I INFANTS Royal 'Family'a. r4shlon; Color. ;
;b 1967 Singer BRIEFS SHOWER i -
COTTON
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Ptg5TIC'LINED ; '
', i BathTOWELS > .- < i /. /-.flNWALE
yqnnoVi. .
American Music Ubrary'-Expert
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. 0Pft Auto Zig Zag 'Reg. 49C3I.45 FANCY PANTS' CURTAINS: 'ti tCOftDUROY.:.
Hairstyling Department & XL *
he Repair .S.M.L Compare.At 2.003.00 J

Academy Like New SALE 3/.99 Orig. 1,.1.00-1.79 : ;I R : ,.
,,,_ 41 W.0 Monroe Bt. : .Reg..,52.00 '''SALE 99i'' ,
*1 W. MONROE r Console Model make fancy designs 1.00'
e. JACKSONVILLE 833-939 1Riverside Jacksonville 855-8441 SALE 21.00 SALE' '' a1fr

x: stitches, monograms,
''Ie 8310 Beach Blvd. overcasts, sews on buttons

i Io' Jk Wits fv
: Jacksonville 898-SO91 make button holes

[r Hairstyling i stitches;' No attachments s

: Academy Demonstrators $64 or $6 pel
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: 2859 PARK ST. mo. Call Jax 771-4850: :': .
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JACKSONVILLE
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r make docking a lot easier III any cam be ready to but practice can do l I., lit a "."f t
1 When you want to com shift gears quickly to contro j surprisingly short time f. p; a v L >>< Npr'3 iti> k ti

alongside a pier. It's cest to the motion of the boa:. Re-
make your approach at about member your standard shift VA Simplifies
a 45 degree angle. Keep alight outboard will shift eaalest at
hand on the throttle Idling speed. With the newer Procedure ForJutPatient ,

and when within .10 yards of automatic push-button type : CareThe
the pier cut your speed to the throttle' ban be set at t tb
an Idle. Coast:' the last several higher speeds and the boat Veterans Administration -
feet in neutral and Just maneuvered by almply pushing has announced a Impll-

before the bow has a chanceto the button fled procedure for auLhorlz

nudge the pier, cramp the A couple of fenders placed Ing each eligible veteran to
h steering wheel toward pier between the. boat and the tain out-patient treatment
t and shift Into reverse. This pier will keep the hull from rn he private physician

wUl swing the stem around being scratched. Have the Jhjs" choicer .
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST
N' AFar3fng CHURCH
and bring the boat parallel fenders attached and: readyto to M. T. Dixon I
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with the pier. flip over the Side of the CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH .
of the Florida Department of Sunday School 10 a. m
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"if iTittreeZ; bbwtngor boat as you approach. Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School, 10) a. m.
a Is Veterans Affairs, the VA will Schedule of services: Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
---- Sunday School 10:00: a. m., day School, 9:43: a. m. Morn-
a current la moving the When docking, waiting: to vet- Morning Worship, 11 a. m-
issue to certain selected School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Evening Worship 8 p. m.
:;t.- By Lynn Hamilton to make or operating Morning Worship 11:00: a. ing Worship, 10:43: a. m. and 7 p. m.-.Rev. .Leland A.
'" water try ycur approach get on a ramp erans an out-patient medical a.m.. and 7:30: p.m. Training Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
[:: DOCKING SKILL Into the'wind or current a boat In any other tight sit- reatment identification card, m., Training Union. 7:00: p. Union, 6:30 p-m. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:43: p. m. Baker, pastor. 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
m.. Evening Worship 8:00: p. Evening Service 7:45. MidWeek -
cool ,
which ever is stronger. uation, remember that a Visitation 10
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<+ TAKES PRACTICE which will serve as minority Stolte pastor. Thursday p. tn. Rev. Harvey Lane, paa
m., Service Wed-
This ail brake your ;onward head and a light hand are to obtain medical care. This Prayer a. m. and 7 p. m. tor.
ti' Learning to properly han Prayer meeting Wed.. 7:30: 7:43
nesday
die motion and give you more most important. Try to an- procedure will substantially CHURCH OF GOD : p. m
a boat in close m. -Rev. Virgil Lovttt, '
quarters p.
effect of the
control over the boat. ticipate the associated NEW RIVER BAPTIST
reduce work
paper 423 N. St. Clair St., Starke. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
PaaOor.BAYLES3.
If sometimes a.l'Ob'em' SMYRNA MISSIONARY
fo. be
It you must approach with wind and current and with the reporting and billing Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST
tie novice skipper. But ItJfeedn.t ready' alt accordingly BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. ai-,
the windy' or current, make to : by the doctor. The out HIGHWAY Worship Services 11.. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
be according to the allowances tor the extra: push Skillful helms 1anBblp. lice patient medical treatmen 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
R"1nrudf;: Boating News Ser- In else can be learned entitles BAPTIST CHURCH and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednea- services: Sunday School 10 Training Union, 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 10. m.
It will give the boat. some[ any thing Idenlflcatlon card a .
Training Union 6:30
: .m.Ev.eninll'
Sunday School. 10 a. m.: day, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meet- p.
*Jc.t Ren are a few exper- 11 ning Worship, 8 p. m
tips cases it may be necessary to. by either practice or veteran to select any licensed a. m. Preaching, a. m.
7:30
Worship,
Morning Worship Service 11a. lug, :Friday, 70:: p. m.-Rev. :
W ..1), it put to Dractlce. can I ceep the engine In reverse. 1 nce. Experience takes :years. physician or osteopath with L. 8. Williams Training Union 6:13: p m. Wednesday night service, Prayer Meeting Wednesday
--- m. Training Union 6:30 pastor 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L .
in a reasonable distance fromblx Evening\ Worship, 7 p. m. 7:30.: Varnon N. Williamson
7:30p.
p. m.; Evening Worship
L. Parker
pastor.
permanent or temporary Everyone welcome .- ElderT. .
: SAMPLE BALLOT m. XDfOSUY LAKE pastor.
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,. residence to obtain outpatient C. Williams pastor.
!: reatment when necessary Prayer Meeting. Wed.. 7:30p. BAPTIST CUtTRCV : CHURCH OF CHRIST
: FIRST PRIMARY I m.; O. A. Meeting Wed., IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
for service conneced disability FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday !:
.. I 7:30: p. m.;' Choir Rehearsal Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. Sunday: Bible Study 10a. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.

GENERAL ELECTION I are listed or on disabilities the card.which Wed., 7:30: p: m.; Erother- 'Morning, Worship, 11 a. m.Tralnlne ; School, 9:45: 'a.' XL m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship 11 a. m.
I hood meeting last Mondayin Union ( ::15 p. !!1.' Morning Worship 11 'a.-, m. Communion Service 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: p. m.

.. Dixon said the authority each month. Rev. David. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Youth FcUowahlpk a m Evening services 6:30.: I Evening Service, 7:30: Midweek
: p Starker Bradford County Florida for the Issuance of the card p.
: Medelros, pa tot', Midweek Prayer Service' Choir Practice Wednesday Worship eerv- Pnuyer Service 7:00p. :
.. h vented with the Chief of Wednesday
jurlsdlcion the veteran re- HOPE BAPTIST CHUBCBIHUnway Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Rev.' 8 ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. m. Wedneaday. Troy
12 1967
: SEPTEMBER ( p.m.
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1 Oix the Outpatient Clinic In lit'' at There) Jim Rlgdon pastor. Come, let: Rev. Robert D. Buroh.. Bell. Johnson p .&tor.A'n .
.. Initials of Is- us worship together
Ar '. whose jurisdiction the veteran Sunday School! : 10 a.'m.
t .,..ySW suing Official resides. An example of Morning Worship-11 a.. m -
: .' clrcumaances under which
: Training UnIon-7:00: p. m
:4.I
'f ::. outpatient Identification Evening ,Worship -" '1:45po .: !
: 9 T. -------------- rases cards may where be treatment Issued would in VA be Wednesday 1ft, Night .Prayer- Investment In Your: Future

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I facility would'' Involve a long

: r Signature[ of Elector '. ,, trip the how old or other rule much hardship.the care VA each estimated under vet-- Merle Services DEDAN Packham.-BAPTIST 7:30: 'p.pastor.IBroekerlSunday [m. Rev.] A Ti f 111 It It eIIIIIIIlII"IIUlIIIUllllmmnll 2 I4bek.lregstlass


eran would need during the
+
Service Sunday APSbMY
r. : ::
f SAMPLE BALLOT coming and issued
year an School. 9:41 Morning
.. : a., m.
authorization to a specific'
Worship, 11 a. m. Training
: : FIRST PRIMARY doctor to give the treatmenta'
Union 4:30: p. Gar Evening
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"' governmtn expense.; Under Service, 7:30.: Wednesday ( lrullllnnmllllllIllllnmmmmnlllllnllllmnmnllnmlllllllnnllll nu1lIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllnlllnllmnrm/llllll/
GENERAL the new program. DIxon says
I ELECTION Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m
the VA will
Issue the card to
veterans who require contin- Rev. Leroy Olive, pastor. ) for the Days AHEADEven
h.t.L L Starke, Bradford County; Florida ued medical care and the CALVARY BAPTIST

: veteran will be permitted to'' Sunday School. 10 a.. m
: -t t SEPTEMBER 12, 1967 elect a doctor of his choice I Morning, Worship\ ,. 11 a.. m now trees are being felled, cords of wood cut, In preparation for cold winter day

?f '. .. Initials of Issuing for treatment of the service Training Union, 6:30: pm which are sure to cane Woodcutters' are preparing? for the days ahead,to bring comfort.
Official connected disabilities that .' against the cold. .,
.... Evening Sarvtee! 7:30: Prayer ? I
..' '- 'f : are listed on the card. For Meeting) Wednesday. "7:3C: ro prepare for our future nU days," periods of Badness, times: bereavement, and

.. r. ... further Information veterans! p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler I times when we are tempest tossed, begin now to attend church regularly and let Cod,.
; JvSAMPLE,- J ---------'----- should see their local Veteran pastor BUs Church and HJR people! help yon .to meet any situation in life,
... ..' County Service Officer
't. \ BETUEL BAPTIST CUUBCf "Blessed/ bt God, Baas the Father of over Lord Jesse Christ, the fattier of mercies, and

Sunday School. 10 a.. m the God of.all comfort;,who,comforieth ut in all our tribulation, that we may be abU .
!. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m to comfort thai which: art tn any trouble/ by the comfort! wbertioitk tpt Mtrsefoe* am

; ., BALLOT I STARKE Evening Worship,. 7:30: p. sPrayer I comforted of God." Cor. 1:3,4. f .?. .__,..

Opportunities of service Meeting' ; 7:30 aWednesday.
FIRST PRIMARY I Sunday, Sept. 1 State:Missions Rer.: W.p. INewmjjia '. '. Ilgln pl I (ll !' l I JI UI I I IllllftyllIltln[ (( ii

t 1 Day In Sunday School, paster. ; '1.*
i GENERAL. ELECTION 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,
i 11 a.m., sermon: "The Story AIRPARK BAPTIST I swb
I Florida .4 4i That Nevelr Grows Old.'" School]
Starke Bradford County Sunday 10 a. m /
Training Union, 6:13.: Evening
Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
1 ; I Worship, 7:30: sermon: "James ,
SEPTEMBER\ 12, 1967 and John Sons of Thunder." Training Union, 7'p; m ,Evening w aYi
"t Service 8 p. m.-Rev.

.'. .. To;vote. for a person whose.name Is printed on the bal 5 Monday p.m. Youth Trustees Choir Practice Meeting,, Lacy. Conway pastor-. .*" Yi E s ,
S lot,1 mark X in the at the RIGHT of !
a cross ( ) square 6 p.m. Sunday School Preparation FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD

..;.. the name, of the person for whom you desire to vote. ,' : Week Program, 7 to 9p.m. OF STARKE :: I

= r CITY CLERK Tuesday.Helen Masters West Weldon St. and Ral.

-:27.:. For Two Years Vote for One Circle meets at church 9:30 ford Road. '

-.r a.m. Lorena Epperson Circle Sunday Services: 10:00: a.mi:

at home of Mrs C.A. Knight, Sunday\ School; 11:00 a.m.1
:: n
are MERRILL\ EDWARDS i 2:30.: Sunday School Prepara-I Mtrninz Worship; 6:30: p.m.

.=,' tion Week, 7 to 9 pm. (also C. A. Services;. 7:30:; pm.. '. Ie Ore 1 toy 1Ntrl y.ar r ek
Wednesday and Thursday; at Evangelistic Services. I : :+' ,,,r Na. ,.M he qe, H IW bMMft ttk Im
.... ., U 1 kr.r.dIill., dW..rNe..dr
some time.) I Wednesday: 7:30,: p.m. J..Qd< -
.'- Week Prayer Meeting .. '. I Hut Im kf h.ta| I IKM hi rtlle.t N.6.dV.
-W. A. Hogan pastor
-: :' ,1 1 v CHIEF OF POLICE Pastor: Rev. George Greed. a Ma**t b M ton W M. ifcf s e, +

:". For Two Years. Vote for One NORTIISIDK BAPTIST fi 4 ; w NN nth saes ek rN k.,
..._ '
-. ? Jr.PINE '+ p./.hale .5.s bed ner

. -----r, Located on Bayi M 1fh- LEVEL BAPTIST .a L.a.M, ,rkk 1t..t..ah
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R:E. ((BOBBY) B1GGS r f way [SB 2351at Ralford RoatfIBR I f$ a..Mivke.-dedde.l
( !!. 181.) Services: Hunda, Sunday School, la a.. sa a* W a*MMcn rf kto-
1 I School.: 10 a. m. SundavMornla Morning Worship, 11 ...: n?. re .,d tie h.la Mead ar, kvr2 s

= WILLIAM. : F; (BILL) ROSSER Worship 11 a. tn Pre-Servlees (Booster JWln6. wi Mej..M.A.M.d Nakls Isa.
mining Union, 6:30: p. a Ywmsjt People, and Prayrs .i OMC I t..a a lea a. k.a i.e.'S

ilL Evening!: Service 7:30.: Midweek Service, 1 p. ax EvenI2i ,<. .dlrWt hs5.a.LWli'

: Prayer Service Wednes Worship. 7 f. m. Midweei I Ita BM to *

4. MAYOR\ day 7:30.: -Rev. Olena law Service. WAd"..,. 1:50: 0m.diet.
S lion paator.Funeral. '
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for Two'reare' Vote for OneFor B. I., Ram*jr. pee '..
tea- ew..,e..i.
., +t
t :., CARL.HURST I : n. Services MORGAN ROAD CDAI' L.

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-- . For. Mrs. Clark Sunday School, 9:43: : a.m.

i f 9 : .5 ,.0' Held Thursday Morning Worship at 11. .Train- This Feature
.. Published in the
.. Interest of Better.
9I Ing Union. 6:13: : p.m.. Evening a Community by the Following :-

I Mrs Birdie Dean Clark, Worship.i 7:30. Wednesday Civic-Min'ded
COUNCILMAN Business
Firms
f t' ""'" .3, of Starke, died MondayIn Prayer Meeting 730.: '.
For Group 2 a local hospital niter an -Bob L. Cooper. pastor
Two Years Vote for One, ,
Illness of several months FAULKNER
,' She was born Nov. 12. 1923. FIRST )METHODIST CHURCH Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS
n" In Nashville Tenn. and had STARKB SINCLAIR SERVICE

; ? ;" ,. JAMES E. (JIMMY) McRAE lived at her home northwestof Mkt. SUPPLIES: Inc.
', ;:-S' Starke for several year Sunday-Church' School, 9:43: : U-HAUL RENTALS .
(
": .: i a.m.; (Morning Worship11a.m.j ,* Featuring Are Hardware
._ U Surviving Is her husband, 'Truck Trailer Grecerfes--l\leat8--Vee\
Robert W. Clark: her lather, ; Wesleyan Service! ,,Guild Complete) Faint Supplies)
'Workshop in Starke 2. P-m.! *- ,Gas &: Oil and Sporting! Good
'Complete Lubrication
John Thomas two
+ ; daughters -
; COUNCILMAN
i Snack Supper for MYF: 6:30
Mrs. Joyce Allen and MYF ; Minor Tune-up Ph. 964-5312. Starke, Fla. "(JIDJK:: WITH us tmsr
l ,i For Group 4 Miss Brenda Clark all of Meetings, 7; Evening" !

For Two Years Vote for One Starke: five sisters. Mrs. O. Worship 8.MondayCircle. 709 S.i Walnut Ph. 964-5899 :919 WtodUnfton St. M4-U70

E. Holder and Mrs. Fred 2 meets, 3:30: :
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4 i EWELL LAWSON . n. Mrs Wheeler Marlle, Orlffls.both of Jacksonville Starke: -; p.m.tion.; 7 Commission; Official Board on.Educa, 8. -. DOYLE CONNER ,, M Lawson Meat Market

;,. Mrs. Othma Qrlffls. Tuesday a.m.; Circle 5. 10 We. Agency _
,a.m.: ,
Eau Oallle and Mrs. Walter
: A G, (ART) LOUDQN, In. r Gardner. Beachmont: Ky. Also leyan Service Guild, 7:3O: .pm. U.S. 301_ NORTH We Special In Oratomtaif. Rlanl'lt&.o
S A V E
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Wednesday .r+ children.surviving are two grand 10 a-m.; Circle a, 10 a.m.; With Your Mutual) Agent Ph. 964-7600& Starke, Fla.Sinclair Prepared For Deep rree.e
GERALD
L. WILLIAMS Bible Study and M tJng
: Prayer; -.
PHONE
4-706t
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'.. .. i Funeral services were held -. 7:30: pjn. ."' 222 N. Tempi Ph. 964-7369&
: at 10:30: a. m. ThurMlay In Refining Co.
.S ,r=J Thursday Chancel Choir. Rehear "
S; the Pine Level Baptist aJ. 7:30: p.m. Starke "66" Service W. L. .Xhomaa Distributor DeWITT C. JONES
Church of which she was a .
COUNCILMAN' .pc; j I ..member. Officiating minis All teachers\ and adults .ar.e BILL EDWARDS GASOLJmlKEROSJN1I: : FUNERAL HOMES

at' For Group 5 cnla tern were the pastor Rev. Christian urged to attend the School of Fue CD and OrnasnaPb. Starke Ph. 964-6200
Studies In Gainesville
For One Year Vote for One iti eve I Donald Ramsey and Rev. 1.fSg Sunday Sept. 17, from Brake Service-.Wheel Balance 964- (4Bradford <<.
; Williams. Interment wasW 3 to 0 Keystone HeightsPh. I -
.'.. p.m.; :Monday through and Alignment
,: n I Crosby Lake Cemetery Thursday from 7:30' to.'9:30: :473-317
W. it, (BILLY). NQEGEL, JR. with DeWitt c. Jones Funeral pjn. Meet at the church' Sun- 612 N. Temple--Ph. 9647231v. & County
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I Home In charge of 0.1'I -
at
day 3
p.m.; Monday hroug1iThursday TELEGRAPH
...f I I rangements. at 6:43: p.m.", for
:: P. T. (TOM) NOLIN I transportation. Please leave .. Charley E. Johns TYPEWRITERS Hurst Shell Service

.. I registration cards In the church Agency New' & Used
1
w, E. (BILL) OWEN n TIlE RIGHT POINT for Ut office by"-Wednesday: Sept. 13. FOR SAL-E OR RENT
walnut
the ray yea write. Come to All adults are urged to take III ,L ph. 064-5079 CARL HURSTHwy.

., yb .> : and eeleet :year favorite ES. the course '"Luke1 Portrait of GENERAL!: IVSURANCU ELECTRIC
-- .' .. 0 TKKBROOK: Chris i f' Dr. Charles M.Laymen.
faontaln pea.TELEG&API ,. by .. .
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: : JrefMdy But Nobody 11.deneII.ADDING MACHINES\ Ml. A 100 I h. 9ft4lll
... ; O Hir ..,. "..h... Agrmt-r"" Phone 961-6305 '804 8. Wabmt. Btark

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