Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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September 16, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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i Before November Balloting\ 70% Go To Polls

Surplus FoodDistribution

Set eaL '1r Y 1 Public Will Hear Incumbents Re-elected;

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By MidOctoberThe Courthouse Case
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tI .. On Council
Bradford County Sui r :.fl' r.: lab McRae Put

plus Commodity PTOKTM \, Plans for presenting the case In favor of a new
aha+ld be ready: to Urt distribution ,. I '" courthouse for Bradford County, prior to a straw ballot -

> of food by the mid .' the issue in November laid at a special that old political
Ue of October. Carl. RotertiSupervUor. on were An Incumbent Is hard to beat -

said yerterday.' w meeting. of the !Bradford. County Commission in thecourthouse I uilatro may be tried and a bit tired but it wan proven I
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Robert asked that thou. II. Monday Site once again Tuesday by Police Chief William It.Rosaer .

who have already aimed up tc '* -.::::::--- : 4is All members of the nlgnt'l. Blanding and Mrs. Ruby John, dean of the city council.

receive the free food return to r ) made tt clear that they I Both retained their teat: by -

dan their application and receive t :n favor of a newt courthouse, a comfortable margin) in Tuesday aeoond time Or. Calvin. Houpt

the card which entitle, under the provoard plan all I Under Study t municipal electioN had attempted fjq gain. a anal

them to receive free (urpluicommodltle :\\.J ",J.J P I niunclna thraugn a bond issue I vim which saw 70, per cent ofStlLlite' on the council He rail *&aaw*

*. to be retired by future racetrack voters pj-enaiit Council Chairman Carl
"If you signed up. plea I First Town To Give fun:!.. But two member, i For Big Plant go to the* 2.234 poll. Jinwtiy I IPotUrkerl Hunt III 19(13 and was beaten t
Hampton Z. W. Hamilton and. Dave L. :
come ini and complete this foi I J Mcllne became the only I 123: Vote.

ui and also brine the perior, Shuford have remained firm I new face In city political" circle More people, I.034. voted lath

you wish designated a* an alternate In their demand. for a straw ,4 I Bight alte In Florida have when he defeated Dr. Calvin chief: race than any

to pick up your foo.: i Local Chamber $1 Per Capita vote to determine the wtofrM I weathered the first eUminatlo J. Houpt for the Group :a& other. That WM. lust a few
for of the before and are till in the runnln
you. Robert aald. county1 council punt 70S, to SIM. a mar vote! shy of Ute 70, pee cent
Many elderly people decimate living" the go-ahead atonal to I for oonal':eration by the I k gins of 103 vote. turn out predicted by ClarkMerrill :
Don Hill lent), chairman
( CommlMiafur
a relative or neighbor U the project.It Atomic Energy third Edwards.Edward.:
U for
pick up the tree food for their: of' the Hampton CKy Council Container Will wee decided Tuesday\. possible looatio" 'of it* 20 term Rosse alter set winning a clear saW 82 absents.

and these people have to b< 1 shown presenting a checl night that a aeries of five pub. billion electron volt aocelertor I with bAa 838 vote*, vote. were counted of the 03
certified: too. Robert explain for S388 to Charles Sawyer, Open Tract lie] meeting would be held: I project. I the most of. candidate mailed out. Four 'were diaquallflPd -
oreeldent of the Starke-Brsd' prior to the November election' One of the eight Florid and ballot.
> seven
ed.He ford County Chamber of Com. 4w ) with oppoftltlniv compared to
added that the for the purpo* of informing' pOMlbllitle tn the Jackson not
Civil De To Hunters total of exactly TOO, for hi* were returned.
.Tierce. I viUe-CXUncsvlUa proponal fo a .. .. ...."..- ._--

fence the to the method of -
and Surplus Commodities public*
Hampton Is the lint mu two challengers. Ewsll Lawmtv
financing new courthouse.nd I location of the gtaantio' 1300.
< a Chief RaMMer
program are planned tc
in the to who gave hi* city council:
!UclpalKy county < Container Corporation of I up
be In the the danger of .losing all 000.000 facility at CamiBand4r
new Emergency Operation Comply with the Chsmber'irequest America will approximately dels Third' Term pout open Other FlatIda
or a subrtimial of the --.r- portlb'e
Center located portion
at the
for financial= supporllased hJtol. polled 431 I vote and
.12.000 acre of Umber
Bradford County Fairground countr'a! racetrack fun' un.I. Miss Dunn !Manning site are: Broward County'.
on Si capita of thi'own' Jam. B. Sullivan had 279.Mr .
per land between State Road IOC '
The two office I... they were "raited down"by Dad County Port Walter 9 Hurt
chare epeotupstair population. and the "Peggy" railroad ) Berry tueee SundayIn *. John .to head for ., tr'i
\ bond ten Beach, Orlando: Palm Beech I
in the A&'rultlU'a'BullcUnl' a *
Sawyer expressed apprectitUwi her team and there war
track to hunting thl-e, .ra. >n. Gardens. T.llsha'_ and thTamps < sixUt
The meetings. all avheduled pfi
!next door to Uv At
for the 100 per cent Joe Olsey. area forester with Berry'QueenTo Wreck I no vUdbto' atgnn/ of weejumlng
Bradford County Courthoux rapport from Ha.mpton.nd Container. Corporation announced for ,;JO p. m. will be held a. Bay area.Announcement. In hrr political. eirengUt. aa
the FlorIda' w
in Starke. 'toped that other munlclpalltes follow: Beach W. J.
she downed rhallenersr
The roof ha been pouredon In the county! would follow yeetercay.Qluy Oct. III'r.nnl'r.. Market ehrht offerlrsn wen Dodd Jr.. local Rambler. dealer .
said the action.* Brook among the 89 picked for further .
the new EOC: :
building, and suit 830 to 67 margin ot 144
unless something happen we Women Corps OutP. being taken In'Ie... of the Oct. 21- Hampton School: Charity Ball study from an !tulle 20C A Sunday outing end j In I vote, a

should be in It by Oct. .." he J. Novak manager of the fact that Bradford County will Oct. 25 R.E School. throughout' the) nation war Injury nd ufferlrm for nine Mayor Renal Chilly, going
aid chamber, announced Saturdaythat be open lot deer hunting this Starke made) throitgnout the natlor Jacksonville pet-eon* about
; of Palatka. In unopposed for his third' term
Robert aid there U no wy the chamber's bid for aWomM season. H* said It 1 Ii plannedto Oct. :2Strawberry Plat Mia Donna Manning brunette; North- w4 made Wednesday by tin 4.41: p. m. Sunday, polled 1.294 vote and CityClerk

yet to estimate) t.Iw.toW '. Job Corps at Camp open the gates leading. Into form. Lawtey lovely offk of Conweiwni*>.n BUI) I The nine victim, all terser. '< pf
number -, : Florida Strawberry Queen, will Merrill I> lwara*. also fi
the tract In about two week Matthewe in Washington.! .. bNn drivenby
of parson in Bradford Blinding had been ruled out Oct. 28 Football stadium be of honor and will en rt In a err unopposed got 1.383.
County who are qualified to by the Office of Economic: Two other area owned by Starke. guest The announcement sale thai James W Lurwlootir 26. of '.n
a featured entertainer JIhili debut Into politic i
also a.
official in Wash Container In the county will appear the Atomto Bimrgy Cummix- Jacksonville were Injuted !
receive the free food. but Opportunity made to have
that Plan were a at ins First Annual McRae had a char shot at the
the 1,000 figure name earlier ington. He said the chamber remain posted. These are the qualified apeakeq at each location Rotary -Club Charity Be.ll at sloe had asked the NatlorutAoademy when the cur a 19(14( Fnr'< vacant Oroup 2 post absiutoned .iII"J"M" ..........",.-..... d. _
would now turn its attentionto "north paiture. lying northof of Science to evsJu' Oatttxle tilt a median strip al
"would probably be close to to explain the situation the Felrifroands. Saturdayeiaht. bY CweU: IAWWOT*. ir, was' they
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it." other protects and would SH 100. and the nursery' ate the 85 proposals .*loctebtr < New Klngdley Betirti went oul dO Mrs., Ruby J nn.
[ to.&the pu bUo, .. It walbb. her first pub-
Under the Bradford spend no more time and effort and headquarter area between" "hw con the ABO after studylns. ? U4 of _n&rot.and slimmed. Intopine n Win 1 HI*III Term
program The Commlsakm ha* be- 'lie 1 tune
County will get approximately -to attempts to obtain a 'BR II] and the Peggy "rillro onaUoa the Strawberry propues.U covering- more thar tree IM feet from UI. }'
oome conviitoed that union the) Goring I
72.000 worth of free food Job corps center. track county's. share of race track Festival 'ISM .prlnc.U t 200 site In .8 atatr. road. SiteConsidered
I The announcement wu Container recently completed The> 200-BEY aocelivatorwould entam9at t Unulmtxl CWutyHospital \ Airport
yearly for of TL
an expenditure oiS2 ; funds! .re used to back up a H. 01.....n. president
.00 made et a chicken barbecue boat ramp facilities by Cv- be the world' mostpowerful for injuries reorlvwt
locally from the Brad. bond Issue, there I* e. *tron the Rotary Club &&Id thatQueen
ford County Commissioner supper hosted by the Chamber pr... Run on 8nfjon Lake tGUltJ'Ut that all or most of Donna, a talented vorsllst -I having a diameter In the accident" were,; For

Federal Civil Defense fund but Saturday night at the I which are also available to the Uie 1280.000 now being revel. will sing as a highlight of about one mile and would Jstne l4irtrtlM' 9016 lire

will be matched with this to Stark. Golf A Country Club. public The boat ramp alt If annually by the county will. of the Charity Ball entertainment 1't'QutJabout eight year and nay Ave., injury to left knee Wayside/ Park
Around 2OO members and proeperttv -I equipped' with plrnlo table ; expenditure of 300 million to inteinal. injuries'
total an expenditure of $S JOO chamber be lost after control. of the program. I Hut possible
the -I
member of
for storm and distribution of enjoyed this svent. and barbecue trill. I Continued on rage Four) Continued On Pan. Four" I build. eacyu.ivof research Kathy Nolan; IS, B20:& OsUtit The Keystori City Council
equipment. It would have an ..sXert' for I..Uonll off
the free loocI.8UTP1ua 8t.. tr introduced) on first. reading
Coramodltle art j annual operating cost of about face, head and knee, trumferird Tussitoy night a resolution. of-

provided free of charge by the In Baker County jI I '160 million to Ht. Vlncettf llomrftal.. feting? a one-acre .It. of air
I I The Are) hopes that a final Jacksonville for pltuitielurtnvr State.
U. 8. Department of Agriculture in port prc'Jlert|) .to the
and chtpped to Jacksonville d Incision a* to site.. will be pusnble mi face; Twyla Nolan. i H...
freight paid. Bradford Tomorrow by the etid of U8 8. Is, BUD Cemetery Koad, admitted a Wayside Park on State' Hol

County Road department em- Tornadoes Open Nightl'Xa.ec1etU17 to hospital for treat* IOC().

ptoyeea will pick up the food Bond newt of facial' Injurlrs and Tb. resolution will com up

at the Jacksonville warehouM School lUrhamed. Mmvteyi: hewn' fur Its secorMl rolling 'nt the

and deliver It to the Civil De la an unknown .[harmer, 12 4039 Ilrenman Council meeting In ()H-t,>ber.

fence office.Person quantity and two key Tornadogrtdders A"e. tmltlr-j' ) for treatment The site to fee, offered' Is on

for qualify' for the are sidelined with injuries Funds Received >of bred end fact lntirt) .... dli.hanred the west. *ld. of 100. ndjoln-

commodities do not neeexearlli.. \ .- that's the situation I Monday, (Olm-t. JoieIiltMlnirg I "I'olllcker" Mflta Ins; Hrlnsnn's grocery stoi1.
have to be welfare recipient,: Coach David Flume and hi. I S, AOlfl IVrixiv Av I I itlitkre Miirreveful. MM. hint. south of Th..,....... Th
Many low-Income famlUei football squad find themselves 0d Brsdford County Hc'hcJOI l Ofrtrtais I treated for Injury to left arm I find Department" has promls-.

that are not on welfare mar M for their 1943 football opener sips t were In Jwknonvtil BUI .{htllnrk. 13, 7330,:& N F.U- '1 .wi to develop" a Wayskte ParkIn

be eligible. at s p-m. tomorrow' nightIn Rwr*:i.y morning to reortvt dine Drive: trratrd for head Work Completed I the are If the sits In
Baker County s Funds from the sale of the and transferred tAl lIal.<.l. Th. vote on the. Brut
Office personnel of the Surplus \ Injury
Program determine by information "By the time the game gets !choM l Board's 11.200OOc- Vlnrenfs with pos>Ube! .flt'l On U. S. 301 Paving reacting. was unanimous. In favor

given to them bj .her. everybody, except Falcon .lue erf revenue' rrrtlflcate: cmwu...lor Richard In Alachua County I of living the ekt..

the person wishing-' to recetvi.I, and Redding, should be In The certificates were sIMnrd l 4, .,::11r.\ >.'.,.. Iirlve tres4 ood I II 'In other actlun TussiUy. ..
1 shape and ready to play," t) W Marling, Bchool Walk of U. Councilset
the free too}! whether or not by for head Injury' l/xt I I'Pr. Four-lsalng five mile night, the Keyatona
Hu,.. 8.I at the Plot I ha.. tax levy at
chairman Drive
their. Income: 1* low enough. or ) Board 42, 7214 FJKilrie fl 301 In Alachu County the city's new
family large enough for then'I The Ru see center and kl* fAtttiNml' Bank: In Jacksonrllle. treated for Injir-y In right !been rmnplctsil l. UM HUl It mills on the beile of the

to qualify. mkMlegusrd Butch Redding awl a rick received' for11,11e.oto knee.; CelmtUI, f)m.holl. It I Itoad Department announced. approximately. tl.2'M,0' ), < tux

Getting the free food en. I has bean on the Injured list after deduction of a 7204, FiKttiMi: Drive posMblehesd this week, I roll lrnt..1, | by AsxesiMirJame
1 several weeks Although he ,)IIL' 174 OOO fee to the bo ,Eel'* I .. Injury m..mhf'p.c W Conk Th. (.....MII. by
Continued( On Pag four If action Ihuxu Ac Klntfrrd 1 Road Board I had| askeil Cook to
won't see much. any fiscal scent : A tenth pMAsrrwer was. Mid of Jacksonville. Mid reeoliitUrtt,
I' tomorrow' night But last Frl- The mot>ey will be detrmixurarlly I hotws Beaufort adopt the value as fixed I by
In ttie car In a Herl -
to have bin the proJlIC't.noth..r I In
Annual MeetingFarmer's It'rlmt.rmed In ttwIttnk County Asneenor
:, day Anal pra..ann wrnltatl I not listed.. sirvwxi the In I.l .* to four-lane U H 301 from I' the Clay Nrtlrtu..I
mage, the beet yet by 'j0114 a at Htsrk .104 which case
BUS ensjche*. wm* marred byan the bard .termlnrs where It I j jured.According the Oeorita I that! the levy" cuuUI be rntufmlto
In tf arrklent. i I I to Cltra-exteixto/ frumI
mile how..rtaUed
to starting quarterback most fan mills
injury the eight
placed' at
Mutual Exchange Donald Falcon. r / : 1 nrabla can be interest) ratev4Wpl.tuperlntnwWnt rn'"rt filed by Uv tnvtwtUst-. i I I orange llelvht,, north to Wal to comply with he

m.rW. In hi* back: iJ', true offlcvr. FiatIligbwsy do Council's r A pulled .. Tom
BUS Auditorium ,! K John Msrsh.lyundtnnr .\ I the
has the plucky signal caller V. from Patrol Tm per Work on the t73il.70ft: pro- '' Tb.1.nlll figure In
T..... Sept. 21 so he can hardly walk si- r ... Canny rile survey tram of Rdu- we" rtisnied withliavlrwit jert. in litde"l constructing. two I earn that has been u* for undpad
7:30: P.AI. he scored a touchdown j.... 1 I the Stale tJrpartmrnt no driver's rtoiixe"" andrerklms lane adjacent" Ui the *xlstl. ..e; several year. .
though --- 11, 12
Oct .
her \
will be
cation ,. willful atxlwsrtfn )
and kicked an extra point but n-s. of drlvlim ,.."-I.n.>| tea temp I
PrisesRefreahmenta 13 to drutmlne; Ur > I
Friday after he Incurred the Ready To Scalp Wildcats 1 the county schnul system for''' W A if ConstPM-tlnti Co District Governor
"Jury. Bet since U has tightened II. warn |evlng the bare trio) of WUIUton ems. the contractor

up the lame muscle Its* ... 4o. ,errttM lark. I. eplts4/ improvenvmU oral. tvpnrt mar! premises. when. the acddnil oerttrri on the projectPatten) \Speaks To Lions
Tbre ., UM T...... fwntb l squad a tram will make .n. ... eunrt..slrurine
and severely ,
painful l .nd.
been very. .t..r sireo fee ttw ....... gsnte the 13th. Camel said and a > Chnrll
,.aJcorbndJl7 move match UtHr. wu..... heJrritt am they on tn overtake another ear. 1 ''trnt riovernor
TICKETSNOW ments. with .w........., Friday ....L Freta Irfli. Meaty Joiner. Eddie. ......... sad fdcrmel' written report s veral.: that had prevlotMly' left the Judge McOlave of Keystone lllhteww (
ON SALE .. inter Over I a4 thus
lu Preside
*r To epenker
The injury .. listed now Jerry <.IM... \ beast -whir. other' mrmber of principal I'uttThursrlsy

let Annual Rotary Club doubUMl. .I' I file C.-.uJ mnrt approved flat followln plan for j,I the Jal't Eighth Circuit \I,Li "... be out two
CHARITY BALL nay I I sr.-txxl coTMtructlon ruuld! ; n'. Ilan.Wayne I" .
new I j Judge (leurf U I l>
K'a ft'r'pam Circuit:
three weeks; Fair Association :
Sat. Sept IS ful/* Hers _,.. The tomtit<< turned to prwtlc this weed. at mtrVllr' .-.a"' G.twin a"d\\ be ready by th* middle of I fatten. has. been deeijfwt. by Whlffen. lmm.dtatepest

9 P.M. To 1 A JH. adds however, that Junior than that after being sidelined. UpengVerttr l Msrton si tsckles. with Rte.sod January, with bl-;. received: Meets Thursday his rolleague sa pr..ldlnc I IJo.t. prasd.nt l was. presentwlWMh

Bradford CountyFairgrounds Larry OonneJi a 1410 pounder Hto spot will be oocuppted i[ two week with the virus I Iwufl&e at Ute ....... Til- end let In Februvry or MaIm 23 .. of the .Ui Jwtirul. Clr. : the punt pr.sklent'eplaque.
well at by Juniors Wayne Blanken- It would be possible: to havewar's term endIng .
!enrnHic atone very and Tomllnaon a weak wit a icy aril Agner, two defensiveces. \ i salt for a two-ysar
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al- ship, 70. and FAd!. BtancU,, of the new construction I, IM7. This Is the th regular meetWiMeQhtvs <
tlnetmcker *
Music By the quarterback poelUoa sprained I ankle. will be; at the The> Bradford County Pair July j After
tacks exper ISO. both Inexperienced now Calvin ready for us* by the fall of second term that Juilge" Pat asslateil I kcal m.mbars -
he while senior
HARRY COKER though game I Ilacier. I Cnflann. a 1M pond t tI spots I 'Aswietstlon will hold Its annual '
,.. Oonoell Is becked by anetiMur isUssw ten. The cosjcbee had not finger t I nee, ISO and Joyner v.r'l; IM4 Cary said meeting and election<< *I ten has served In this' CAp. with planning" th. club'sannual
A.4 OrvhevtraBenefit HatcherReddln ., .determined. ,....f'iey which I I 'junior !loughl I* expected to mrnertas/ck light bulb SAS! which:
JlINoI'. Harry new at tile prartU YuirgroetrlaThurwk.y
al the
and Slave fncere' '
: C..munlty *. however' to almost would start, however.Other start Tiller.on WO* povnd guard ace Ilneback- .JM. Cbnnell wW be at the!Friends Of LibraryTo < night, *.v* 23. at e i I eMyThe preetrUng1 jmlge. In Uu was to begin. t.tiny. IThurjMday.
Project been : starters cm often** | .. iinlniatrtlve *- .)
recovered and Puma safety epot' circuit serve M <
fully at the vther for his Bret Irelnrll.
U Couple) Donation go4ng through an the drtllstaie will be: I i er season oa off ens*. I Hlldrmt .nlrMglbHeJicr I, Meet Sept. 24 | A allllnrtal l *t tefnent" will Officer" of the court and)I Vial tin* with the Club WU

week with the squad except Ends Joey Ree*. a 1M 1 will lien's Wlklrts\ win el 'be by Bill r.....*. U responsible fur the efOulent Walter Koby.
and K4dl Douglas Ben** t wl 1it Eider, 170 i I I The' annual meeting preeante.1 bustnee
This Space Contribute be baa nut yet been allowed pound Junior I I running buck and I counter with a squad that Friends< of the Library will\ beHeld trea..,*,,. mil plans will\ be art| speedy dU |mtci. > of -
sensor.Tackles the D.NCKThere
1M pound'
WeeUy .. PwbikfceC to scrimmage. Tne knee si junior Randy: Joyixrr IM.: win may outweigh the T Frtotay, Kept. 24. at 4 p .....,. fur next year's Fair. In court throughout L.lWTtr
Mmonth1 -
be Injured the first day at.. Junior Jim God match him at the blocking! Tabbed s. tope are rnadooM.l,, ... I* the Mtark FuMK U- scheduled for )..f"n:14): I circuit. II. makes a will be .* Hound and

.****Mity EveaU by practice to not paia/ul or weak. win. IM. and sooAomor Jsntoc .RxwntaTonUUunM. Andy | back spot. Senior JOefcey Agj kin aHa,""" IM brary. All persona interestedIn :I through. April 3. Members will \ ejiairUnattun In of order live duck.Uem to ..*. ftyutre Dance: ) *f Uv lwtey
at aY. he tells hto I Maytoa. IM usual' buck Rdiito Yarburoue" ) 200Hurt !to at also be taken on a bass i each euunty
ner. 160S. will be at hi. th ,library are urged \ Wharf Baturrtuyniwht.
j ....berrF
The CommunityState .. to Ltove. Coven Tony 170. and seokMJoan bveetuckaene sure that they are !wing keptcurrent.
I .q I described as struna- meetMig,. t rO'ACUI.a new
fullback, and OuuvaU at lend tks Bteaahne; II.Jullazi .
Bank Orimth. the ac. center Spengier. IM. are ate | tera..dl. qu&I"j I add sggress>ive said .... tne.Ce.I IjCoDu.I will. be elected at tail and the) EOCnww bWWmg 1 Bspt.'

4 to ssbry center wga puoU be msed out not-.-pot-j I tackle expected sUhmigH to see boss. action Just re al.\ XMeJMl,. CbUsnn [ .. PM roar) I,,0I1k- | nsarlnf, eompletleeh

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Miss Caiol Seartn accompanied I Mt. and Mrs4 Rlcharl Murray !\-I been sent 14 by 'the' Clay er J. M. fouls\ and collided eel and work- can Ret: unrtor
Mt>s Harriet Goodman = 1 and Walter Alvarez of County Commission, the City with the Buick yhich, waa way. Instructor, Isabel Simpson .
to the University of Mis, !- Jacksonville(: : spsnt the weekend cot Starke and the City: ; ot passing his Volknwagcn. :: 'fh.8a: annoneed.I .

I sourl In Columbia, Mo. and with their parents M' Keystone Heights. Na ap- Both cars were going southat
pent' the remainder of the j an 1 Mis. Tats Alvarez.' polntjnenita have been made 0:30: Sunday afternoon and .
work with Miss Ooo.wait' re- Mis.' Lorinda Jacob'!!en of yet by the Governor: who is the left front, end of the
GLADYS MOOTY I tinning home by train SundayMr. Oculnlng! N. Y. is vlsttlni (he touring in Europe. Volkswagen struck the right I & .
Phone 961-0651 and Mrs. O. J. Phillip* son any' daiwhter-ln-law, M-r. ront end of the Buick driven
I Jr. attended the funeral 01 his I and Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen) Single Automobile by Thomas Lee 38. aNegro .
th fiv-w1 schoolteacher from 0- j
nephew ; ; for two weeks.
nt Mr. Mrs. F. T. nefld. In I I Accident Reported cala. Damage was estimated
"Ai Harle III of Merritt Island I Mrs. Margaret Hoffman of and Mrs. W. B. Mumfy' 1'13tte1:1Ing' : TVRentaI3
wo Sdnrtav ovrrnlghtylaltor Ralford John Boyd of Lake Macon On.: W ?unei..ju .J"j' 'the WMU State Th':ttstLee1erhh : During Past WeekA it $150 to each car. I
Jng. The child': was killed instantly ,
of his parents. Mr. and Butter and Mrs IxU 'T'h'' -"-"'" \
Mrs. Al Harlay." of Starke are patients In Docor's Sunday': afternoon George Washington Hotel In single automobile accident French Class
when hit by a car while pull- I Jacksonville from with total of
Turxliy to a $300 cfllJlJl-
:Mi's.:: M. W. Lance Is a med- Hospital. l ,
I Begins Tonight
\ InK his waxon a 1011 I(' r.ha riclo Friday age to two cars was reportedIn
101, patient. in St Vincert'sHatfrital. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moor* nr. of the road near his home. Holiday Inn Opening Set Sept. 24 Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering Bradford County through A class in conversational
Madison were Monday over.rught
Mr. am* Mrs. Men'ltt William visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Monday by the local highway
Mrs. D. W. Carpenter -will> quests of Mr.! and Mis.Fred French will meet In Room B-IO Per Day
\ $1
'! and'': Mis. Charl"tteill- Lewis Sr in Folk st on. aa. patrol station.C.
undergo surnery in St yincflt's Bennett. I K:lovrrH .>f I Ihn mw Holiday. Inn nf Sturkf, which IHMilirclulcit nt' Bradford High! School Tuesday -
hams of Eustls spent the the wpekend.:: They were accompanied Carr Col ley. 64. of Starke 7 ALl. NKW PORTABLES:
Hospital: on Friday. Mrs W. O Striurellow: was fur oprnlnic Krliliiy Mrpl. 21. are plrturcd rwlvlng | and Thursday night
was with
J. F. charged(
weekrnd with Mrs Roers ;(- by Mr. an1! Mrs. Improper
Mr. Thursday.
and Mr& B. L. Berg- visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. A. in Jacksonville. flu Immiinl/atloti (thotn lust, Friday m..rnlnaAllmlnblf'rhllC Carl Mathews who vtsltrd; Mr. change of lane and operatinga p.m. beginning tonight.
alftrm 16.
and children of Santa Baa-kley and :family/ In. Jack- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. DtiuR'a( KhulH I are A. N. llollliliiy, li-ft, and l !Mr :'iarIiii l.img eentrr and Mrs.! Virgil Math. -ws, Mr. motor vehicle/ without a dri September EmersonDahmer's
MAi'le. Calif. fund Mr. and Mrs sonville over/ tile weekendl.: of Bifioker gave a bprbecue At; far rtKlit I IH Ihivlil I., (;....te", nuinitgeT" of ho new Inn flm'i, Mrs. Lowell Mathews. and>:! ver's license Sunday when his Class periods will be from
W: M. Dealing end son of 1965 7 until 9:30: p.m. with a breakat
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lre supper Saturday evenlnv\ at which will IIIIVB 6.1 employed. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whialer.' Volkswagen sedan collided
Jacksonville. Sunday /) Those interested in
were of Houston.; Texas will ,be Jr'l! their .home honoring tile BUS ('.,.."- mill Ills wit ... also'! In Folkston. I with a 1960 Buick half 8:15.: ,
tfttecU of Mr. and Mrs. L. L)) day to Sunday guests of football rlrt. :Momihlt| Tenn. today tn at. i a mile south of Starke on U. taking the course are requested
team. coaches/ and Mrs. C. J.
Orten.Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland Jr. i, wlvrs, and the varsity cheerleaders end I IK- National Ilollilay, Inn :Mamigpni' ('''''''I'.II..n.. They District Four Houpt President's attendedthe I, S. 301. Colley was making: a 1 to make a special effort to 112 F.. Call Ph. 9fi9.177
"Iii rHiim to SI ark.. left turn. be present tonight so that
and Mrs. J. E. Ha.rdYrwW Niitiiriluy according to Troop-
ffuestH Council \
Labor Daycl'kcnd ; meeting of the Florida organization may be complet I
to take
leave Saturday ,
of the Victor Lambs were Local admittances ,lo rad- \ Federation Woman's Chum ntil
otbeh' daughter. Janet. to Bonnie Weston and Bill Gibson ford County Jo."ltlll thl Dr a 111"1 Mr*. J. L. RUth anti Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. I the Woman's Club of Jackson-:! Jr .
Athens\ Oa. where she will attend of San Anloixlo. Texas. On week Include: Mrs. Snsi"Dobba fnmtlv of Valrtowta.''! Ga. were and daughter. Betsy. will leave villa on Monday.
the University of Georgia Sunday. Dottle and Dawn and Tnjby Green of vl!ltln her parents Mr. and I Saturday for Gainesville Ga.. Mrs. Ruth Frazlir, Mrs. C.
I .;.The Hardyi will stay for t r.i": Lamb, \ Fred Brownlrwr Bonnie Raiford: William Stanley of Mrs. L. F. Dlnkin over the where Betsy will erotnr Brenau C. Johns Mrs.!! C. D. Williams.
Georgia-Alabama game anfcti / We. ton and Bill Gibson spent Keystone heights; Carl Rho- weekend. Acai'tmy' for her Junior year Mrs. Nelson Green end Mrs. R. My Sincere AppreciationTo
*' return home Sunday the day at Silver Springs.Mr. den of Hampton; Nule Lamb Merle!? Orlder of Pernandlna I La. 'hlshi school.II. S. Mulllns attended the Wesleyan -
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lnmh! aniii; :! Mrs. Lautlce Dun 'er of! Hawthorne, Mrs. Irma Pollard Beach spent last wsck with hit' L. Chantey: T. H. Chan- Service Guild:! district
aid famUy had a comblnot: of Macclenny were visiting Mrs. Hazel Orlffls Mrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. cey. and Mac McLeod of Mon- workshop' ( rn Orals on Sundayat My Friends And Sup-
birthday celebration on Hun Mrs. E. L. Ciawiford on Sun. Ruth NoeRel Eugene, C. Long Gi ider.SSgt.. Icello were Sunday visitors of the First Methodist Church ,
:daj'' for Mrs. Lamb and Fred day. Ralph Oi>oIiKe.:! Miss VI klStrath Jerry Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. John Greene. Mrs. W. W. Hood un'isrwoitsunrery ':)

Browning. They spent the day Rev an/a/ Mrs. Jim Huffakerof Mrs. Burney Winkler sons! Mike and Randy of Or- Mrs. David Bachmarvof. Tallahassee In th: Riverside:: Hospital For The Fine Vote ''tl
_t.St. AuKUsUrtei. and. Daytona Winchester! Va. and' Mr and Ml." Brenda Masters all lando Air' Force Base spent was a recent. ylsitor last Friday. porters / .
Beach. of St of Starke. the weekend wtthi Mr. and of Mrs. Randal Chltty. Elbert Brltt of Gold Head:: '
,r'Mr. and Mm. Brooks Paulk I and Augustine' Mrs. wwa Loon Sunday Shimer after- William Allen of Orlando Mrs Ewell Lnwflon. Mrs. Erne Johns had as supper ''I Branch was visiting Mrs. You Gave Me In The :- .:::
.nd daughter of Lake Mr. And Mrs. Prewott OlllMH Hazel City
City noon visitors of Mr. and. Mrs wa.s visiting Mrs. Clyde Slnclalr > gurt1';* Saturday O. W. Hall last Friday: after-
_w ere Sunday' visitors of Mr. and daughter Evelyn on 4111(1 Margaret Simmons Bates onl Miss Mirths.' Hoi- I "10011.I .
Foster SmJth. _
,*hd Mrs. Dave Paulk. Sunday nftcirnoon., I were vacationing last wepk in loway of Jacksonville.. On Sun- I
--_. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell WhklI the Smoky Mountains anrii, also! day aftomion. L. C. Smith, of H. L. Morgan Jr. Election Tuesday For City ..
vl'flll'd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacksonville ,
I don 'and Mr. and Mrs. Carl visited Mrs
: Godwin Prather In Jennings.' La. John( ,. Recommended For '
and d uatitr: < of
VjTo My Friends Tlfton Oa. spent' Thursdjy/ to Mrs Sarah 1'11.tOof Atlanta Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and son Airport Authority Councilman.
Sunday, with Mr and': Mw. J. Oa. 1 Is:< visiting her 11I- Darby Peek of Like CWy were I
O. Holton and Mr. and Mrs. In-lnw rind duirahter. Co!. and vMtlm her slstrr'! Mrs. Do- H L Morgan, Jr. Is. belmrecommfnled .
Of Mrs H. M. Hatcher' Jr.. this! Witt C. Jones of 01l1nP1lv11I' the Bradford '
Starke llston Jordan. : by
.,. I will remember the kindnesses and
1 w\'f'k.' always many courtesies -
I Mra. Marguerite, Corn of -- and Mrs. P. F. Maguire: at County Commls;"!'on fcr ap
\ Lakeland' was vl,itins Miss end Frankie Hardy wall a werk- Lake Santa Fe. po'ntment' to th? Keyst:>ne- you showed me when I was campaf ing.- Without
truest! of Mr. and Mrs .
Dr. and Mrs Barn v McRae St.irke Airport Authority: in
\\l! am most grateful to you for Madge to Monday.Mlddleton: They from visited Tuesday ( Tommy Italnes. In Altamont ,Ir and family of Iflke City place of II W. iradentr: this encouragement and support the fine showing we

Spaings.i Mr Halnes was Sun were visit in-? the. senior: Mc. who' was previously" recommended made would have been
the nice vote of confidence you Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coo in day ovpmlKht guest of !the riaes. on Sunday. by the mml"IOO'1" Tuesday not pos3ible.I ; .
Jacksonville.' on 8und'\Y.I ,
.. in the I Mrs. Ruth Call!Isle and Mrs Charles Hardy family. Ml'... Ellr-vbeth! : IludJ and hut who will not be abLe to I would also like my'oppohent!
,,gave me city election. I Archie Green and Mlcha*o family of Hlaleah' were< nerve to congratulate : Jimmy

Luclle Coy Sunday Davis' were visiting In Mrs.Fort Mc-Lillian I DpFlllipr of Chlcaao 111. wllarrive !' Inlt her brother and slster-ln- Haidenberxh Is. moving from McRae on his victory and thank him for the clean digni-
it week's 'vlsl
My promise to you i is a continued administration" Pyles and! family. with Mrs. L J. Green. lAW Motty, Monday Mr. and: afternoon.Mrs. Harry Ms pr: 'sent home In the routlieastern fied manner in which he conducted his (campaign z he'
-; ,"of sincerity, honesty and fairness 6per cUn, the weckpnrl with Dr. and Mrs. Marcus tip of Bradford Count? "
to all. Brown
I Mr. and lake will have full in the duties
>fmt I Mr. and Mrs. U. K. Firth were I and family of Macclenny visited \! Mrs. Im EldrlJsrrof :! on Geneva to a home recently my support carrying out as
J oj: It's up to all of ua to work cooperatively in mak- I Barry Firth and Otto Marx of Mrs.! M. F. Brown on Sun West Palm Beach were purchased from Jjmes councilman. .
: .101' our city better Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mr, R. H Puckrtt on the Clay County ..
: : a place in which to live. Unlvnr.Mty and
I day.Mr Orlder! last Friday nlicht. ride of Lake ,
Orneva. He andZ. j
l' $; Thanks Miss! Diane Firth and Fd Mc- non Mrs. Lox Green Mike Lee of W. Again accept my deep and sincere appreciation: for your
again for your vote of cllnfHence.Of ,, !toy of St. Petersburg. and Mrs. Curtis Enigma Oa Hamilton( of Brookrr ... ..
t I Sanders, Mr'l pent Saturday to Monday had been recommen'M l:! by the fine support.
Mr and Mrs R. A. Colson' Mr. and '
"'" "'Ii: Mrs. Tvler with Mr und Mrs. J. E. Hardy; Commission to the Governor ";
.. Sincerely, 11n.rf, Mr. and Mrs. Robot, i visited Mr. and, Mrs. R. A. nnd family for appointment as tin board's bmcerclyDr. _
t; Unrksrlale mid dnimhter wern OI'Pt'1" In Gainesville Sim Mr end! Mrs. W T Jackson two lPFrrsrntati:: the
on .
'- RUBY JOHNS vacu tlonin'4. In 1 Illuililancla\ N.,
." .. C ,und OatUnbiirff.; Tenn. last t Kathy Or-en'a fifth blrtruloyjxuty J, B. Wall Jr..,* in A4ole i Oa Other j-econunendtUlaiiH for -4,5 .-.a I '
week. ,
'! over the '.
.. weekend. appointment of members hv O\t. I-"! A/lv.)
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,, 5 TO CHOOSE FROM $1 I)5); Down) Cash or Kquify in Your 1'resenl NEW TRUCKSPECIAL
Stork ::00. 731. \
ii Car on These Sensationally Priced Unil.s Now '
All Equipped With V-S Automatic Transmission.! Air I Di.opl.iy.) on 62 CORVAIR MONZA

S 5z; Conditioning, I'ouer Steering nnd Hrakes, and Fully 3-lfcmr ('.011"|., 4 "MHTrann.| | ., |1e..II.|| I, llralrr \\ hitp \\all Tlr_
f Equipped with Custom and Comfort Accessories.!'! \\h.-el ('u."1'''. Ktrrllrnt: ('''n.11t I..n. One Own.-.. i'ur.

1 U P T 0 $1,000.00 I I- CORVAIR I $195 Down $39.74 Monthly

l IIlrro-I'to* :\I."t lily Stork!! ::00... :\998
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: : DISCOUNTS stock NO. \'-* Engine: IVmericlUIrTrun->nilwli>n. INiwrr :Mrvrlnc. Radio.
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$1747.32 $ llrolrr
: $58.18 Ftrrllrnt :Mn hnnlritl Cnn fi1!'
: 5 Stock No. 777 $195 Down $34.75 Monthly 1965 CHEV. fc TON PICK-UP

S IMPAI.A SCOUTS SUDAN Directional) Signals and Deluxe I Healer
: Artesian( Tur1Iunl"lruaTrim, '62 Ford Galaxie XL-500 >l<>rk NokIIiM 811\

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a Stock No .r 80 ,L CHEVY IIStockNo. I I'uurr .I"'I..n.: | '| .:\,-.'II..n'"luuak.: .*. (.._IIU.....
1\11'\1.\: srouT (' )tli'l':
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I Stock No. 69!>8Impala $1827-60 $60.78 !Stork Nn. tut: \
713 1 '
Super Sport ConvertibleS
Oiutl linr.-.\ll :Alrlal :Stake It.sly! Kxrvllrnt :Mrrluuih-al
r.ixca: .
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.S Maroon. Itl.irk Trim Equipment. ( ....d It t..n.
S I tock :-to_ 7ss'
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: Impala Super Sport CoupeS Stock 71IIu'l. No. $2195 $72.98 $195 ,

: : Itltie. White Trim! $54',76Down
60 IMPALA 4-DOOR HT. Mork > -
:' Stock No. 6.31: .(' Nova l-Door Sedan \-8. I'ouerRlide Trans.. Radio, ll.-.lrr. K....lorylr fon>IIU.mlnr. lull Puwrr TutnTMt Monthly
Wheel Trim CWrs. Tinted Winri-hield. C & C ArceNwories < l*.lnl- Nr'" "'""..rIt1lol.. Tran""ml_lon Jut In.tjUIr. vtlth .......
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Heart Of Our Business Tomorrow"
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'"rP I 'Little Women Ufe In Russia Middleton Home I SlKlr> : .111 -!< Him" -"> >'iJ : hnahnnit, Wavna Prawai : nrndfnrif Cnnntr Courthoimt <.
l. I ami, ;\ Kilt* l><'Ing tinHorlhail i"dIN or Ami'* iirirru Tin lIlak.. ,.KlnrM, .-nn.< .| Entertain Mothers Is Discussed Scene Of Luncheon MM r"||iiiMItpKlnnlns man Htt'naiw ""...n. clai. ... perbirMtlon nf Taltljtvr
i i11 : MI th< NK ,iw.i, HIT i.fSiut annf, .ml, ,Lorralna. Thurn-. appoint ppralNfir> "nil njukeuch
At First Meeting At Woman's Club For Visitors loll ,1ft, 'l'olixlilll' II Mt.iillt.llatmt ., l t"n 8\\iHI nml ,hiiNlmnri, Ju ,, Or lr mm Ihe Court it"..Mtinproper.
33 I ...I. mi. Ihiiu nhirvo''t. Mir.'hnl Thorntun. 'All pilrllwv tu thit Mult
01 of vtritlnlit' 1Ilr. nn.l. nil fnrllfn' lntnrn\ \ niiivpppj
-11 Members of the Little Worn- The standard of living for I Mlws Madtre MLidleton run thi'lit. H II ili'.1( :.Ml',' 'in' K:. fin Thurnton.. ilir. .* Mini, r "ftnd h. hmiril' nt tli..*
wash 1.11 11.111 f.. thi'ma. M i .
ft run iloti.H 'inn iinkiiikun ,lu'ir, *. ,ili vlnIM .- tliti" nnil pliir di'HlirnittHilVIMI. .
GLADYS MOOTY ens' Club held a covered dish the average family in Russia >t.'ss at a luncheon on Sat 40" K. IILini 1"1 In lit. Monday night all thJ Kliinlnir of u iuivt, < inm.ivi; Alum' .11'1'''''. derinn. oomniMnfleil to.
Supper does not bfgln to comp..ul'with > at hfi' home 01 M. Wal flppHt
lu I llit> \\ rltll, ImMnii 'rail'il-' .
i u .
Phone IIII'e"1 > 'ilHI'HJWT film thi
9640651Betsy Iir nn An"w r in
clubhouse at their nest> Fall that of the average Street hinoilnj. Mis. n RT I I of tNM.111 rent. ,111Ih.\ ..mmiutherly .. ': T<> Tux Ortlfli nit Petition hfl>rfofnr. .. t""t!.. 'i

meeting with their motfiers asruests. American fajnlly. members of :ede anj Mrs .t tinea I ulitnic *J.UI '"'*, ..."".."*" In T H llnuk Matthews Junior Club through H tolMl cvlitial. ,iim.l"nf ft. In rvui of l'HllA : Cniirl. on -0. hf.fnr* Ortohvr 1 1'-,
I t the Starke Woman's Club were tei-day of Jaolcxoi-vilio.: and ill IOK| Oil' Oil" a. illMunii' <>r rlttn :v Nithjiut, lo Murt, linn to chow! whll" rlirht lit1 .

J Is Complimented Members To Be The attractively: appointed toU! at. their flist meeting ofj Mia. Marvuei-to! : Coin of lilt* f.*vt to the *H'I IIt..1, B....K r....)rd.-.l. In O II lliM.k lntr..nt or lli.n )'0.... or any nfynn
rurva. "inn' t I !. 3n .AI I'Miro in In favor ..r r rrnplit .
'r"I..t1'I" It'.1..2. have |In ami to th" nhitu'riiiMrlbvtl !
buffet table In the : ; : .
was tha fall ftorheld Wednesday LikelandArraniiements.
[ up to' XV. I ft It fi :Nmlonab: Kunil.rKK laml At Three Parties Guests At Supper suaroom and members and afternoon of last ucrk.Th I of pink and I linn ..f XIHIo ISiiuil IOU.X. Hull. ., 1''.... IIIUH, :( why lh: Main ai* ..h.I.i"\ :
.>ll galtT-l&o, NUTH'K ihi. P... .li. ...
: l %
tables the nol h* lakrn for the !II. (MId)
ate at card In white
guests : apeaker was Mrs Irene roeiea. lilies and justlcli Out1 *. .rt. url .
Mlra Betsy Matthews who Club I'miiAlnlnur mr* tm 'inllim nf TnHlnir lin burn flloilin |Mirpn..>a a. t fnrth In Ihe rrfl-
I The Junior Woman's auditorium. The officers, seated Avera of Jackaaaivllle. a ciedkAl Kin cod points of Interest lathe l, .xt'lualv' <- ur nxlallna' : mini. tin* .iiUiiv. "mPI| | IRIIH* l h yi lion NlMt h..rlnWtTN
will leave Saturday for Brenau held its September meeting head table ,'I..hl; of WilY i Inl'i... tht* AI iintrinttiittinrUv f'HM: my llnncl. anil .tjiHoal '.
at the were: 'l"oc'kertlJ1 the llvlnn
social >room for' the ocean- :Murliin, llrlfflaAuxin ,. .. .
(0\\NKI":!' liY : nf I thfHi* { '"' iniT"fm nf thla Court, nn thl 1UU
J Academy. OahiesvUle. Oa., was last Thursday night at the president.' Mrton ORen; vice- Red Crass: at tlu Jacksonville Ion. In the dining room the T tlii'fii, .nml w>fMarah < Hi.' 11I1I1..t. th. "li. vINI ,,, day nf Mont, author. A. I> I\ H5.CtlAILUrX .
honored at three parties over club house with the devotional J Hifitl Irtinli. fur. lha uur.
president Oerrt Mooty; corresponding Naval I Air Station. table and buffet were eentrr-: llrtml.ihilnltt I.tlrlffla I. i : A. DAItHV.rt .
Uve _kPnd. presented by Mrs. Martha anil .lf.. lUcholilrlffla ,.....,. a", r.irili. In the Trillion .HIUK or TII"11 niiciMT:
> secretary. Linda '< Mrs. Aw ealvl: that frequently with ai-ramemrnts' of cor'o,1,! : VITII.IH. In 'thin i niim>. tin .h rl Ia'ht nf rnl'llT. IN:- AVr:- Full r l ATillv -
Miss Jayne Hardy gave a Hicks. I Wit wnliurniM. Mil Kinl ilrnln.mI'Uitiiiinnl .'
Rae Rosier; reoordln secretary. families vine. Riruter llllles and hurricane m r a UiirriK unit < 'Oltl' "I's'ry. 1..1111.\ ,
four Russian
"dtrtch treat" breakfast at the fhrryl cinwia. .laan. (irirflI'lawa 1 '-.r u porlltin of m.>lilIHI rharloa A. Ixirhy Ol'rk
Reports of the off leers and Lee Darby; and treasurer i wlal, shaire. one kitchen, and{ llllea. iiml hiixlmnil,, ill> uTr < nmil.. lirMilfnnl ('.unityorlili ('HKAI.lKnvoni.
Garden Restaurant for Betsy committees for the comlnx Martha BoUimrer. Thespeaker's I The t. ...,a, Mil* iirlfflH, :SuiltlHml .., ., 11".1 Hint lhi Honor. : K Hhaw. Cniinijt:!
on Saturday morning. that to l-ve two rooms In sxireis Included ctose hiialiaml, ,riiail, .a Hniltli ,,10''li' ili""irKi (I. rnltnn, *in.. <.r t.irn>v. Hlarka riorl.U, an"l lllrui'a
year were preserrted. Mrs J. table was centered Miss Barnett which to live U conaldered: friend and relative* of the! I'Miil Iliwnil. I'n'ili'llv, Honail. I ,Hi.. lnil, ..-B ..f. ihi...'lrriili I'oiirl ; J r>aiil' ;'lnHollnnil. .
Saturday afternoon from M. Biiwards:: Jr outlined a with an arrangement of pink honoreji guests and ll..nrv Mtviiaoti' I ion in tin' Klithlh: .linlli'lnl Clri-iilt .. ftullillnii. *
two to three o'clock Misses for the very fortunate.! She said Rus- hontnt! *. .hl HtrllMin., : .in. ...It.. Sun. I, ., r M.III.IH. wHI. on tht II Itnv I, .., "KlnrM.*
; tentative budget year and wreen artificial floweca.flankeji Weds Mr. Dixon I ian famllica are asslK'ned ti> Mli& Middleton was a.rUstcd! .on. M...".... TIII III''.,n Mil ",' "..I..h'' .' A"l> nmik.! .' fir Counacl for thi. rotlimnAai .

Marion Oreen, Oerrt Mooty. Mrs. H H. Adams, senior : : by* pink taper. an apaitnwnt aocoj-dlnn to by her! nlccen Mrs, John Miller ,'h..1 l THInmn. I..>"|". Tlllmaii. i illlll I I.'k" ,, A.I.: In Iho 111 n r"/'
In Gainesville ,
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1n mill
TIHman "
Margie Dowllnc a I
gave club sponsor was introduced Durimr the business session their economic worth and social and Miss Bctay Matthews. oil

.. Coca-Cola: party for Betsy at along 'with other .guests and It was voted to have s. bake Miss! Patricia Ann BanrUI I 1 post lion. Mrs. W E. Middleton. and Mrs.E. .

the Oreen home on Pratt Invited the Junior Club mem- sale" on September 23 and a I L.. Matthews.
and Phillip Rodney Dlxon Mrs. Avrra. IIft.ld that life lit

fitreet. ben to a covered' dish, supper dniire on October 30. were\ united in marrla Mon Ruoua! today compares> ., fen- the I
The dtnlnrt room tabte. was to be held tn their honor on New member wUl be Initiated\TIUV: : : {"PSTPI&: :
t-ay! nUtht. Aun. 23. at 7:30: o' average family to life In the ,
covered with. an Imported cut- Sept;:> 30 a t the club houne. at the October meetil1c. clock In the Baptlat Student United States during the dcprewtion. TPK.N: :: IIMK' : .

work cloth ana was centered: At the clone of the Plto..lnlJ'l Chapel In OalnenvlUe. She rmpliatlxed< Unit Tt'l'nlllft'ra are urireil' to rom. ,
with of !
eon arrangement orange -
liMes. refreshments were Norman Ketchies The brldr! Is the daughter of theie i 18 no lark of Joba, as I I on out to the Rpcrentlon Cnn
Mrs. Robert
the lv \te
Oreen and Mr*. Harry Mooty Ch tty. Mr Charles, Sawyer Are Honored At nett. 08r. 'of Thorrrasvllle, OA. but that the workers receive i ron-tlst of card*.

aMUted In aervtrur the 30 and Mrs. George Robt-rts Jr 'I'Steak The brideirrorwn la the on of about $100 per month for their I ram..., pinK }long'. chmkrrs. .

uests. among whom were Supper Mr. *nd Mrs. O. a.' Dixon of labors and that oonmxiuently! I an.1 reroixU." T>)ll your frlen.U.. I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Betsy* mother. Mrs. E. L..
Mr and Mra, Norman etarke.Rev the wife" ha.i to work UK>. to rJon't forget the ilnnce all
Matthews and slaters. Mr Scout
Meetings I John W TouchbrrryofflrtaUxl make eivds mret the renter on Sept. 2.' with II

Ferguson.John Miller and Mrs. Bob Kekh. Oa..on-who Sundixy movrxt' !, were to DOUIIlai. honored at the double ring i The cheapest" men's mjlt In !live hnnil.. fh. Ch*."men. Your Aiithori/ctl Ford l U"ult'r) H rail ford & Union Countlen

The Junior Olrl Scout; .* and at a steak iiupper Saturlon. ceremony I Ruanla conti: 50 rubles about

Lee Darby cave deonert i The bride wore white brocade 6S American clollars, and the 11-IUM"
CadeU w111 meet every Monday dining the a
In the. room
lC'ty'tor at the Oarden ",....II.. < .. NEW 1965 FORDS
Betsy ( imlin
at 3:13: p. m. and, 4:15: p. mhi Suwanrrce River Hosts were : dmu with a white coraa material is no ahabby that no rUlnllff. rlmlih.'

Restaurant Sunday evening the Methodkt fellowship>> I the supervtdors of the Trail n> and red row" I American would wear' It, Avers vaMa .

following church service for Hall.BRADFORD I RId* F rent of OiUman Paper MIMI Lynn Olxon. slitter of 'said l.. Mnilih. ':t'onl. I 5 LEFT IN OUR
five of Betoy'a intimate '
the brldeirmom. served as In all of Moncow there are ""'1'14 .\ .... .r ''1'

friends. I I CoMr maij-of-honor Bhe wna, attired only 50 churches." M..... AveradpcUred. ,:v .'I'll... : :IIUIN. .... TIIN I'ITAT' ,
Ketchlf was transferred ."''A'II'I'A' : CLOSE-OUT SALE
tn a blue ntvath dress and there U no freedom 1'0, AI. ". \. I
and promoted by Uw company "lIh 1t.'I.' I. II....
with belire acceworirs. of the prem. and] no fret' I n I 1111n'.II.. flhl..
to Area Forester tnDoucteJ y,." ari> har.ihy .
Marlon Bryant served as exchange of literature. notlfiMt thai
COUNTY The elgh couple! ."." "> "1"II y. In whl.'h id. SENSATIONAL SAVINGS
best man. The apeaker" was bom In ,lial'f "'>' he 'I" '"v"r<11' .'..1'
atl.f'ndl"the supper remembered Mr*. Dixon chow for tier Odmuia, a jtworti town on the Mr Ketctvle with a gift Vnll I.", ||, l-Hiillni. "' "hlhl// While They Last
son's weddlnff a !brine whlpprd Blark &1\. She has tx-en Mvtn In I ha .1...... .naninl. fmir'
of clothlnv .
: cream dmn with mtilte acces- In the U 8. since ahe wa.ifive ;anm ait.l' von ara aiinimnnwrf,
nriti-r< t ami :: : ; I
HIGH SCHOOL Bobby Taylor of WayrroM. rr.iulra.l I to fll.
norlps.Aftrr. year. !* oki... but still mrrr>- ri.ur Mrrllti'n anawar ii .
m ft>nai >
Oa t hi taking Mr Ketchle'spl a fiinrt wrddknn trip sporr frequently with relatives 'I" Ih i iHiiniilalnl'. In .anlilaitai
II ,,re as a-wtstant to Carl in ilia ""h'. nf thf* unilaraiaiiHii' .
to South. Florida the bridegroom I In Rumlu.. Hrr mother I i 'Jr! "' ". '.I' ''"",t .' "lark!
i Se ell.' and hi* wife and child ., .
f Irft for Alniika. where accompanied her on a recent lila' i>.n nr h. f<>ra I Ilia l"I lh
STODENTS! : \"ill join him All noon a. nou trip to Kusula, and the twowomen ".lar. nf (>, lunar, limn .,,,1, ,, .
no Is titatloned with th* U. 8 >r"1 I'upv 'Iharoiif' on Mollii
I 'nx is available. V ,.
Army. The brt.lp U empkrved were appalled at llvlnii whnaii Knlahl., I'Ulnlirra' Allornav.
ail.ln-aa la !I' 11 ( .
by Southern Bell Tekn>hot\e conditions of Uirlr rrlntlven K. Miarka.. rlnrlila. all i.n M.' I

,WE HAVE YOUR CLASS RING Alvarez Home Co. of Oarwvllk, and will She eald the Rumliin' pe.opl.* liafura Ml.l. flata. If you fall'' ai
In "". ''" r' .. ..
think they are. w. U off. however I. < .n' >ai. ,
leave soon to join tier 'husband will |".4 ontar*" a.alnai, you ,." ,
IMMEDIATE. : : OEIIVEKVKOR. Is Scene Of In Ala ka. bncauae condlllms now I Ilia... rallaf ili>mati'nlI '
are much better tlmn before
.CLASSES OF 196 1967. Birthday Party ,la nrilarail, thai thla null'p
Elaine the war lia .nithllahixl In Ilia n"1 l f.ui.
GilhoolyIs Mr Ouv Amliew.. w'n inchanre I warkly ,laaiioa of Hi* .Mrailf.irt11i .
Mr*. J O Jarknm. and Mrs. I I 1i "iiiily. IVIi-arnph. .. iluly'
When purchased at Ovien R Alvarem Jr .ave asurprloe Comp .ml"'nt"cl of U,e prmiram which Iflrit natyaiiaprr," |.n 1.1 lulu..I haaNI

birthday party Sunday I At Bridal Shower ,I 1 hlnhllirhted IntenMtlotvtl Itf. rntintWITNKNM/ my. hand anil lh.a. .
lot lorn month Mnn P II ..
al nf alil
I > 1'1.
afternoon at tho home of al Mtark
WILLIAMShi. : "-1'(1 nerved an. li vitw i rhilr- KlorMa' I Ihla Haplaiivlivr. U.
the Utter for their Brnnrt- Mlm EtelrM Ollhooly. brV4 ..U
I mui: for" the meettnu and was< '''.: '1,1
Minhter! and nlrre. Prtarllla\ { elrrt of FYtdny wonina, was '
a>.l\Iolet: by Mm. P W Htrtrk- '*/ <'liar' If.* A liail.y,
June Stalnaker. on hrr sixth complimented with a mt crtlaneoim C'I.II ..r flr-'uil
('i.urli. of 'lirail'M.l
i shower la t Friday" i land* Mr Our Arvliewa.. Mrs r. County.
birthday / Kl INSURED I The 14 little iru U enjoyed ''eYPnlnc given by Mn. Ronald I Ollbert Brown. Mrs. If O Hoi- '/M
Kamra In the yard and refrelMn > II I Thompson at hrr horn In i linger.. Mrs. Lentrr Crewa mid ...",., iH. iir 111 >..r "t

WITHOUT CHAIM.K: C J HcMipt( rlu<> prrvt'rnt. 1". i ''' MI' ri.ii mi nI.
table ciuTloJ out The 30 vurati enjoyrd arvrral "'IIHII CII. r t. ....""
Yf'rkand white color n xlf.rmterd .amea with. f'ittt durlnu aakrd foc' lo M Mi. aniM.NTATK SALE!
With IIton"Nt ttrhool ring .
irold. high led
your i you I : attend the Florida Fmfrtitlon : 'Ho VII' UKIMHTMKNT :
"'IUIII i miniature. I the eveninsi.' Th lace covered: I* : C>Kan
an actual registered rertlncate of In"uralt'x. of Women's Club* IVnrd, mset- "" .. .
"II 'A
trre tiokllna favor of randybMkrts rrfreahmrnt table wai te"ttor.
plaining how YOUIt ring In protected aaaln"t t djm- I I I Ilrnr tn lAkrlarvl. Herti. v of Hi.
The alao ed ,.lth an arrsnverrrrnt of
yoururten ,
Ntalf' .if "KI..H.U. .
and :25. She wild the club In allowed
age or IOMM du to: mrl.ed' favor' of balloon pink iladlolt MlM Jovc Wl- anrla .
three. df'lrulf"l" ." '.....' '''WNTYI. BEAUTIFUL NEWCOATS
antf .t ...Utot.. ,Ins of Jacksonville preibfed\ at I
I .
/ uolMlial aiiti.tlvlalonof "
TIIKFT. : 'LAKCENYLOSS : Sept 3I.In tu biraf's Ntxht
Mrs. Mark Moody amlatrd In the punch bowl. Aim aaal.tln tha Nlafi. of Kl'irl'laI'alllliiltara ,
at the Woman's Chib! A ccrvrrM I
June and Martha WUCAmnnai
aervlrwWigginsGilhooly. wrr .
.__. j rtl.h anyper ,,\1bot\ nerved 111'1.! !'
.1" I ', I IUMCV
at 7 p m ala<1".a.I.nt\ rttowIs : : C"II'W..I: al..
the ueu' wr. Mrs
: FIRE iMl. I scheduled! for entertainmrnt. "liafan.tanlaoru .
Mike mnttirr of the
Ollhnoly. Junior Club member!* .: UK" >,'H|" I-'NT: uti.H .
I h nor.... attd Mrs. J H Wtarlna. '" % I'M III t lll\t.'|
Your Is Available Now! and h.-b"vh. are aIM/ Invltml IN TIIK > ,
Ring .. Elaine OooIy.nd,, mother of the brideOturiiena : AMrJ: ll IIV Till
Mrs P T Nilln U. chalrnvinVltr AI'TIMHIITV' tiK TIM': MTA nTII ,
flU(, WliiBlno will be unit*! I trnW.lfOC"t. I "... "' '1111','
Come !In, I Pick it out from our large supply in Htorh. In m'uT1ooocf' Friday rvmln. at I IIS the or tM tlUIOhand'. Nllllit f..u.. A' 1.1.. \\ IKiV I IT)1 N ",
mayoiHinr .
... ', rNl'KIIN: anil In all .

and wear It home. o'clnrk! In Ht F>"warH Catholic pa.aiua.iii.l
I |1'1. a < laliiiina. : ..t ha 'in.' other h
The annual reception"' 4ionorliif 1999
Churctl wl\h.. rrrrptionf any rltfhl' tllla, Inlaraiit M II
", -PaulingWrddinj ...... .. .., ., .. .
all n-."" >rd OnmtyHrhuul "' .110. lI.n I. .t
< l owlr> in the par Oh hall .. 24.99
Ihoaa i rlaln' |I"ari '*'la "f t
Williams Teacher will tx linld
Jewelry All friends and! relative of ? Date SrtMr i -ralnaflt.r ilaa* rltiaff, an" < .
Oot. 10 at the club IVMIM! >. with '..11........ 1'n.. I".""" .. '
Lhft roopl ani tnvKd to attend all nnanown paraona. l.i' ,,, i ,'
arid Mrs Bobbk Hlnns Mrf Maurice WbkiiaU M ,
112 W.: CALL STREET:.: I chairman to.. ihrnuiih.. or 1I".r. r tin !*.. t.....!_ IW .Mmmtj. t* *..htmrn.Ja .....
of Hampton the mKMrmrnt ,lirraona wh* art* laal or I Ially
arHtounr .,.. n..' IIn..n I.. h.. ,'"..I I .. to. .,a .rH approschln for the next monthly mretln ., .. W.
/ Warai VMI lakflaa In (aJUt. >U> a*
maiuKhter. .. Ot 13 a reiwcMtiitatlve.of '. ....... "...... ... ,..,.-... I t>.aa<<. Jualax. .Inn' i kail' *aa.

JoAnn to Emm!: TTtonuuiPaullln lI1e Trderal. Bureaui' of In- horrl.,<. rlrlfrtaMraaa I'nkniwaHill

ANNOUNCING now at *, aon of T L PaulUmirf veatliiatlon.. Jam** J f'C.-""- lit I. lit.1. Ill l

ItAwthorne. and Mrs Ann I nor. will trpmk lo the rlnh .lain. .* 'llrlffla'
'<| 1'I'.n I
U PauUtns nt OalivrwvlIWr. about RenpontlbllUIrs In lh* Mill. In..I. "'J. 'Ill i ifharlra

The brfcV-elrrt\ W" a sraduat Intrrnal fVcurltle Plrld M'l Ml.ilthIliirtiaitk "nhlMill. ..

of nradfnrd County lllrhflchonl Lex Oreeti\ chairman of tltrRrcent ,. Ill I. lit 1. I.'J I Ii

Mr PauUlna: vraduatrd OM..t..... ,"" ...tln<< i** tlriffi* NmlihM.irlMtnh
from Hawthorne HUh Mill' 117 I I. IU' I M!

Inc. Hrrtnol and to row rrnpioyrdby Births' .Hit 1211.; .I. tfi ;i. HISHUkl .., MM COATS

I the Orwt Cbtii
:.STAKKK'S: FASHIONI.KADKU ( at Crynal RrverTtW Mr and Mrs William I*..........n. .. at tha, WK .'...rii.NHS .
..f MC4.! .. Mat Hi* Jl T
: : wrddln will take plarFYlday. <> Oorlaln of ItoUord. mnntmirrthe hip' ......Ih. 'lana> II Ka.i '"
"ept. 17. at '7 p. m In birth of a dnuxhter. K lllRri M.iilh M4. fa ( tr. p Htll of ". i FOR ALL SEASON WEAR
aalrt, p.iinl,, ttftfrn lhani
Uw nrat Mnthnribit' Church on ttrpt 13 In IJrad/orl rr llna of >.,.. *tarka-t>ra-ti .> .
llawthorrr. A1J frleiwH and' County H''''plUIMr Mprlnsa HIHI<|. Ihanca > oniin.>. :f;
A arwl Mr* KeHh Ollllrm-' .,.llh 111 faaf. Ihania W... t. .
Complete mUUvw" are knvitej: to atfnd" f..i,. it "n" .North IS7 '.'" > 1495To1999
ham of Jacksonville, anriourirethe .nt.rlln" of aa4 I'M ..."' ... :
birth of a rfmotfhter. Kathleen rlraan foya a>rlnaa' II.w* .
ih.n> In a ..alarUr. tllr''. 'lMI .
DRAPERYDEPARTMENT Mann-Starling I LMWvfh. on Au la In ,.."" nM, .antarllna of ..'.r! -

BpUt Memorial HuftpltaJ ...,.flr-ra <'ova Hlr I.K' -:::... .. ....
.. _
.. ...... to _..t 1_
Engagement Told I Maternal' vrandiwrenta I I.d! 10', ("t to pointf .. _.. ...... _...." ._ _'" c_
are '"n'n.' "'". "."'.Inln" I ,_.. to '....., .. ...... ..,..
Mr<< arel Mn Oity Ha>h> ofHtarke .," r I. .. a..t.. I. .. .. .." .". ......... <;..000.,... ... ,_
Mr .
and, Mrs Jamr* If t I *' 4 f '*f '
.Joh1'lllQrl of Mavk .,., ra> I. I .. I I', .
1 :
&hi" marrUae of I* 'f'U' iM' iir itnttrIM ,>" : ,". .. . .. ,_.. ... .. EVERYTHING
.p I L (tr s lI1.-tr- duwhtw.' Jara Marl ,: n.utit ji mi 1 1|. i IH.lit I. I' I II .
Mann lo "attwn Harold FMarlint. :- >M MM ,II OHII i :.i > r I. ..

son of Mm. Ovtay 8Urllnar. r.* % "H' ( %..: ,
Kirch Hardware of Lanrtey 1 .

The weddtnc will be an
evrnt of Baturday rVpt IIat I

TOME SEt; I p m. with a ntryttanfollowinr I

ALL THE: HEAUTIFULDi : In the hf ne of Mr ; In

and Mn. Oonr e W Hw' of
:>ir.vs; I IN Lawtey. I KOCH CASH POT

Fibergl..aBlended All fnrnd and reiauve"* of !If. ...U.... to "'...... ." to Wrtt... !'I.

the roupl* ar* tnvtted lo attend KlamiM. la. I..'d.'I.'' <>M ......... 4..-, tlaj '_

Fabric f-mrt: Wavli or Mr*.raJ Ttanr* a Intymm
Save// and
Solid .<*t Vour Hr.r.C. .*.. fnV Tkfcrt.Week'a Shop Compart
nluT rnr. nrT '" fA-t Winner

NTARKR; L'fKluimedI ; 999 TO 1699 /

Cu tom Made Drape Ctrpt ltt\fttI&.Ie! I* for w.*k Martini. Cash Pot Now $50.00 J J"It J.... la ro.... for k*.t I. ...._ ....... ...-0:: 0.11..........9.. ,

flunday Hunday fVtwol4S lei .... ........ ...,..... r_ r:: .: ::... .., -

On Order .: a m Momarw WoraMp. )' t-CI ..... q-nc" r.-rtpt.... .. .... .....t ... ...... 11_ ,.., .- .t.

11 ... m Youth rrtlowahip. al 'UJ K II-H OKI (< '. 'Ie'' .
10 IUYS IIEIJVF.RY p. m.Thurarlajy. tlllral

CUutr Practice, at KOCH'S-Free Delivery
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BILAIP9)RtIitTNTY H'rUIIUlJ. TlIl'n 'UY., MIPT.16, 1965
1'PUWH'f: >". ll'IAluut
fAI. MUfflf, '

Anything Expected With Recovery RECREATION NEWi1 1 THE RIGHT rOIMT for -the

way ;you write.' Come In andseclect

Tornadoes Open In Macclenny l I: Captain Redding n.NTA'OOT1I.LL: .| 1966 and who will not be 13 BROOK your fountain favorite pen.ESTER-TELE-

Registration. for Bantam I before Dec 31, are eligible to
Football la extended: through,I I participate in the program If GRAPIL

Continued( From page Onel hands. Boosts Morale Friday. Sept 17 Also ple-we! | they weigh a minimum of 65
.:'IH" .at left tackle, 185 pound Dan Rumor has it that the Wild- boon altered to till effectall .. I qulremcnt
ny Walker, Is also highly re- cats have revamped their en- boy who will reach ther Practice will start Wednesday -
garded. tire offense and defense. Asa Starke'a finest lineman 10th birthday before Jan. 1. Sept. 22 for all pliiyers.t '
Yarborough is touted as a result the Tornado coachesare may watch the season!! opener )

"'very tough football player" have in Macclenny tomorrow! .
in a quandry. They O
by Coach Hurse. He is a very prepared their charges to face night like mast everybody else : ,Academy Exams nItlch' Jo:. 8l rllnir. Rt. I I.

hard runner, big and strong, I a 5-3 defense a 7-dlamond, t wV' tfrom the sidelines. 'w To Be Concluded Pox' ISTI ...'WI"y. Kla., .,,1. II yon bavequestions
has good speed, and "will runrlgh.t and even a ftpllt-6 with the Team captain Butch Redding : ownpr.
..,., Ietnl. thin 9th tiny nt 8.ptninlirr -
over you. tackles wide apart and the 190 pound senior center .' November All lUG .1 t !Htmlf.HrH about
Signal caller Steve Porter- two linebackers filling the gap and ,ace imlddiletguar l Injured: f0Ii -''' '', >ir. field, 150, is a fair runner -all of which ,the Wildcats his knelt the first day of prac- Congressman D. R. I Billy >--11> 4t FiteARE your militaryservice

with a fine passing; arm. He threw at the Tornadoes in 'Mice and has not yet been allowed \ ; .:, .,... Matthews has announced that ,|

i*. said to be very cocky and their two encounters last sea to 15 :mmage. But he's : ." an "examination for dealftn-
al-eat scrambler.' He win pro- been 'pronounced: fit by his _'.' ." atlon" to the various military TERMITES
bably be throwing tall Joey son.Offensively, they are expected doctor and has been going : .' \ ," service! ; academies will be con- your local National Guard

rfeobaon, a 6-6 160 pounder, to run from a winged-T. through( every1'' drill at tractics' \ i ducted'Saturday., Nov. 6. for DESTROYINGYOUR can help you
wino is fast and has good although the locals could geta except the< live action.He ,"., I all young men In the 8th Congressional -

... surprise there too. I will dress out tomorrow District who make HGME?
night however, and will beready t, -' application tat him for an In StarkeVisitCWO
--- 'I ,
Picks Blanding LeadsMen's If he's needed) thus .)/ Academy appointment in 196B; FREE
Computer! Ciuarterlutrk Donald Falcon. circles. his. left end for five provliilnii his teammates with :/r: .. All young men seeking appointments -

Tornadoes For Commercial yards during< a 65-yard Tl> march by his lied team In Frl- an added spar k.Bulich' are asked to write INSPECTION Al Crosby

*. Bowling LeagueAfter dny'a final pre-Keanuti. .wrlmniuge. halfback I)Hlht| Elder value to the Tornado !i.if'r. Congressman Matthew before "
\ .
waits. to make the tackle. 7. !squad, already stay in Sept 30. at his office 2236 dsTtcorttr e Armory Illdg./

State Champs two weeks of bowling Falcon scored the TD to sap the drive and, klike l the I'AT, depth ul1lL reati- y i Rayburn House Office Build

.. Camp Blanding leada the hH second of the night.<< YulJllu'k1I..k..y/ : Agnrr scored the mated. That he' respected by ,., .. 'V'ile ing. Washington D. C. 20S15 5.19; E. Cah 901-3965. : or Call 9G1-2211.
Bradford High's Tornado Men's Commercial Bowling his mates Is proven by the fact : so that arrangements can be ,
first, TI In the Red" tetun'H I 11-0 ilctory over. the 1t'kitrs.By .
Bidders were picked yesterday League with a 7 won and 1 that he is team captain the made for them to participate ,

1& a computer in West Palm lout record. highest honor a team membercan In the examination. f I

:Beach to win the Class A State This week Camp Blandingwon Coaches be handed by his peeis. :, th.fItutch;,, !! Each applicant. If nomin-
football .champloinBhip, ac- four games from Indepen- The husky senior la :rated by : ;; .';' ."'''- ated for an Academy< must'' NOTICE !

oordtng to an Assodateil: Press dent Telephone Co. with Frank Head Coach David Hume and:! Rt..titling later complete the proper application -

rWease., Wolfred pacing the winners Line Coach Tony Griffith es/ "Itmt. IJncman" and take required Durrance Pump and
A'.computfrrizad calculation with a 55 series. Ernie Patz's Final Scrimmage the best lineman .either has test-i. Preliminary examinations Supply Co.
based on returning lettermen 509
l JlWt year's're<'Ord and this other action Terwlllegar "He's a 100 percenter, a real his last, ,' one."Butch tha U. S. Civil Service Commission HAS MOVED

neason'8 schedule gave the Tor- Motors ,moved Into a second aggressive' boy," Hume explain ii: probably the beat .

fj:does a "powerful percent- place ,tie, winning four points Is Termed Tops adding "He's also the allaouifboy. :' I've worked The national Service Academies To
age" of 91.6 compared to other: from Clay Electric. Harold finest lineman I've coached at with Griffith summed up. Include the U. S. Nava'

mp rankers: : such as Defunlak Davis led for Terwillegar ,witha Bradford Hitch In: the eight Off the field. Butch! U a Academy In Annapolis! the U. i L135 N. TEMPLE AVE.

Springs 88.8. Milton 88 4. Live 573 series while W. Adkin- lout with years I've been here." quiet spoken, modest sort of S. Military Academy at West I
I much of season a
broken ankle, return to top Coach Hurse attests to the boy He- uses cl' n language, Point the U S. Air Force Academy -'
fact does 'mot wear a long Beetle at Colorado
: Hhape. His loss deprives the that since Butch has been Sprinirs. and
Tornadoes an experienced off Otis crutches team morale haircut, and he's iibutilly ready the U. 8. Merchant Marine ''I
which ha been for quick laugh! but can. bo Academy at ]Kings Point.
play caller, a good passer and I a big worryto
; the moot shifty 'and one of the I II the conches, has been given serious) when It's time to. lIe's Congressman Matthews has NUDE\ E' I.GliS
hardest runners on the team. I n big Nhot in the arm. It was aLso! a good student with a B I no appointment) to the U. S. .
I I Falcon Is also an excellent feared at first that, Redding average: to prow! It, and la Military. Academy at West
safety man on defense with I would miss the entire season headed for college! where he Point for next )year
I Big Savings:
his unusual agility and abU- "The boys respect!!' hJm us a hopt to become an optome-

ity ,to make bone crushing ')player !and know his presence trist.Butch 1 Acre Burned I On These
tackles means we'll be much stronger says the best!' Pine
( ) The Tornadoes will otlll both offensively and defjnslve- he ever played was the Tornadoes During Past WeekOnly Sept.

have fullback Mickey Agner, ly" Hurse says ( 7.0 victory over SantaFe
one woo l.. fire with 3
limo, and halfback! Dwight Elder When flnkejl:! Just what ability last! _''10<7lie played( 48 acre burned, win Lowest
> 165: two hard driving a player must possess to minutes of football nomcthlnx the Florida Forest. Service. by
seniors who are always hard gain such! respect by players he'll be doing more than once Bradford County during the Price Ever
to stop. Both ran well In the and coaches alike. Coach Tony this f, ant: was! named past week.So .

scrimmage Friday, Hurne said Griffith,. WIllS definitely not at the'' Gainesville Sun's Urwrniin far this year there have
.. < As usual, Agner and Steve lorn for words; of the Week been 28 fires with BH acresburnett ON THIS WESTINGHOUSE
: \ : Tilley came In for word. of !
Defensively, he has
goal( HpikUng moved' to Starke as compared< with 48
; l praise for their llnebacklng I lateral movement, e* entlal for when (he was In the ninth nre and 33.13: acres burned

: ; ; play.Agner's his mlddleguard tMsdti! o n. He's grade and he came out for I during: the name period last
; ( TD was the first In got a knack' for finding. where football that same year I He's
; ) the scrimmage( played mulct thus football is real quick JU come a long way, wince. then year.The county hag had an average NOFROSTREFRIGERATORFREEZER
conditions 'tout with six ,
; game ran find it end start toward and, played a lot 'of football of 1.77 inches of ram
; !: ; I minute quarters, and came in it. mont of the time even be- He may play a lot more If he' since Sept. 1, with three fire
the second! quarter and covered
: / 35: tore the center can start blockIng wants to because when the towers reporting* follows:
yardFalcon's Clime on him. I New River, 3.20 inches: Highland .
[} < : the next to the last/ play of scholarships are .wnrd- they
I the game around hilt loft end Ito very seldom that he gets won't be able to Ignore! a, 190 1.30: and Sunta Fe. .!8 l0.(

I from four yards out It Clipped caught out of position. pound fW-pircenter! with has.: LOOK AT THESEFEATURES

: > <1 a 65: yard drive engineered "Even though he's not the aIfR'l.1VC'"neIfJ" 11d abilities. I entire
course be
may compete -
:which the ace quarterback had l'n..tJooIII' boy oa. th9 field he Butch U also a minister's !
>:a In one Bcme&tcr of 18
: < | I engineered lie scored ,the TD makes i tackles" i all< over It. son: his parent ar', Rev. and' wceki.Stenoscrlpt. Flees ICO h cspacHy.
: I II nIl added >the extra point after Butch macro more. tickles and Mr... N L Residing Fait Width Vct6l Crlspeeholch
: '' I j he had been Injured; the Is In ar> more tackles then any But It's been <1lon'f tlm meets most requirements atmo t % bl* 4 ot

\ '!! muscle did not tighten up un- boy I've had here 'tat BH3I! since! anybody calico' Butch a I foir taking dictation I vegetables.
1 til after the scrimmage and In two vmmPublic. .fay. The average student will a ..T full Wuttb-Faa&nrt S1Ietfts tat
nnbndy realized he was. hurt. exceed 80 words. per minute In you reach to every COW,*". Spcial .
I Gets Stenoscript one wmaster Instruction. 2-FtettioN Sbetf' .to adjusts

(; Food DistrbutionSet I The !system'! can also be used bta.
: Course Offered
:! CourthouseDecision II for note-t klnll'. Handy Boner Keeper H convey.tewtly .
For October I located l hi OM toor...
{ Anyone 16 years or older I holds one pound.

| (Continued From I'age 1)) who .U livterentej in learning I Ptott Interior Light Easy tea
) Sttnoscrtpt" IIhDI thand. I I.* asked !' I .M> run til.10 Ist K.l'le.: Latches Whisper-Ckm Mocte-
lut.l: + len: tKTIIIulXftilr .a
: bit's those people with limited [Continued From Page One!] to nvrt In room C-3 nt the I ". ..., C } Butt-te Qnaba
Incomes to have a more decent. Bradford County )Hlifh School ; l I. h.rxbt .'lv.n flu It
,' living. For welfare recipients legislature ''PO'FfW into: handsof TueirfUy.! Sept. 21, at 7 7 p. m. tn..* un tlalona l
of l'IIapf"r to n i lw l LOWEST
ib enables them to have more' the state's larger counties. If enough ndults are lnU-r of .'...rld... ACTII nt I I'm'! will .5
money to spend" on Items other Lost year the, county recelvedi ested toII..ra"I'' the etkroll-I r.*lat,'r with the I'liTh .,t "n' PRICE 269
fir,''nil' hurt. In and (,.r, Hr.ul.
a'I than food. : $282.500 In racing revenue" ment It was announced that ford. f.>unlr n.irliU. ur n f.jlpt W.T.
Under the program the food and or othl. total $113.000 went other classes!! could also beheld ( .., "r.t, of .pnMi.. uin ..' EVER
thin hoste ,
Ih. fi iu' t
distributed amounts to !about for use! by the County CommL"ton. ThitrsJay: everdmr. or on .if (.awrtiiy II.rh. r 1 HI 1, >r> ud. I,
,: $7 per month per person, ac- If this should bf lost Monday. Tuesday end Thurs- : whl,-h I ,en. ..*, coidlng to current grocery official estimate It would reoi I dar from 3.30 to 4'30: p in ne'It U II Ilimiwar 401 : ( MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGEr

store prices I lre nn additional l three-mill This! will be determined at the

Foods. available include but- levy to maintain present! org' nIzutkmat meeting Tuesday -

: ter or oleomargarine cheese services to the cltlvmn: of I r. .. ..... .

() chopped; meat conned beef In Bnidford County. Stenoncrlpt may be learnedIn 301 I i I .,"..... .>.- i l.._.NII..,1...,
Florida .11. .
courts have. held L-T "J "' "I > >'
natural Juices corn meal dry short tt L r. ,"I.s.-
a very tlnv The system C-rt*. *tfc .
that funds < > ;
pledged, for .
bond ,
... '
Aw U.> "
t -
eggs! dry milk, flour Itrlts.lm'd. Uses only the 3D letters! of .... "
retirement! cannot be dlstuibrd. I .4..; \ .eO..t I ..01.NollSKIT. -..
peanut. butter rice, and the alphabet and three punatiiatloit DRIVEINOpen '-1'11 : '.." ,r er,._ N.a..atWiwn
rolled 1U1\11\\ npxdal' act p umM at I : ... .. ...- ". ... r_
) wheat the 19fl5 hvlshvtlve section marks, so there Is nothing c...' ., o.. i.we .
Roberts wild that II"ttinMthese authorizes the new"" to learn to writ .
County to secure I 7:15:
staples enables people" For" example 'book' Is written,
the future of Its racetrack Show Time 7:13 I:;
with Beverly limited resources funk in this manner. I as "bk" in Stenoscrlpt, The : SALK: IMdCK:

:: to have more money to spend. The Bradford Coiuity' School AiMISSSiONAdults :" -

I / Instead of hurting business Hoard has adopted the same I 75e JMudenU! f.Oc $195'
the proKrom actually enablesthe plan and has already validated Children Under 12 Free N \.T.
I people to pay more bills 1 its 1200.000 Issue for school FLORIDATHEATRE I

and keop free of debt. constnictlon. I Sun. 111)5" Tuenrtl.. II

"t know of no better return Another meeting for ft rtherclltcumlon I I
on an' Investment!' in behalf ol : of the cottrthouneconstnictlon : Sept. 19 Thru 22

1 the poor." he said. was net by theCoiinmlmion I Double Feature Program, WESTINGHOUSE
I for 7:30
: p. m.
I IShnwtime I
Tuesday, Sept :21
Services Held -\Vekd.iyH 7 21 IN. COLOR TELEVISIONs

I Sunday ForWilliams Sunday .1:0(1 I :( ( Saturday I : YOU HAVC NCVCR SON ANVTMNQINTMCWOntO
: l Charity Ball

InfantSara 1 Sun., :Mon.. Tue*., Wed. tint... Color/ ,
'itant Aut
J'; s aaa >
Will .
Feature neat tlha rr .... ---. ... ."'...-1... _.....4 m' sly, Asi.jrcs; IT ,oed.t.",
Marie Williams. 17- Berry Queen Sept. 19 Thru 22 j- T tally, I Pure C-i I r .
day-old Infant daughter of I WOMENOF .+'I :>IJM21-H'CHBR'GHT\ '
PMMIOUIIf(eanrra. I P, tore Tube full I 2f :S; 1-
Mr and .
Mrs. Raymond (Continued
From ,
Page Omen "
I IntMs "PIaIl-tlJ's Trw-.t >lor.
g William of Jacksonville died Continuous music' for dancing JoHiWRYNE'JEMIM1RTIN TE1DRLDRtwet9t0e e.r I I I't' \ P...;.tiir* PODM Aiilo
., .
Saturday morning In a hoes :w Control' Mt l 3>
plUl there following a brief will be provided by Harry I Jharnvl: t UfO 'n VHF MFAliOnOn _
Coker' and his I I t. .
: illnens. Sheaa born In orchestra, of ) .t" Memory f.. e
OaliwsvlUe Jacksonville from 9 p.m. to -- '- i r ,_. Tuning Up f rent HI.... Fv odeflty
on Aug. 26. .
I esear Sound System .
1 a. m. Admission!! is $S per .. J Opts nil ease
Besides her parents survivors couple and reservations WAllIS 1 raw rn rn Inch> ;. Leg Assembi, CtI...
maybe -- car .,....,., t coal
Include one brother Stephen I made In advance with any ,... mim ttnnm*
Williams: her paternal member of the Club
Rotary SKITK.MIlKItSAVIMtf' : :
grandmother Mrs. Harvey M. Large tables seating eight, MUHCARROLL ; .00
Williams, of Starke and maternal may be reserved by calling :' : 395

n'bloLher.Ira.! Ed Krvtn;: Andrews at M4-2311. ON I.\- U'.T.
Durban of Las tey, Proceeds from the bull will
Services were' held) at 3 p. be used to help flnonc various THESONS"KHTIEEIDER I BAKER
m. Sunday In Once Methodist Rotary community projects. 1
Church Lawtey. with Rev SOMETHiNO Only Quality Sold At

Willie Neumani officiating. Interment WILD
was In KlngsJey Lake TUB RIGHT POINT for then
Cemetery with DeWItt C. way you writ Conw In and OF
" Joites Funeral Horn In chargeof select your favorite Io:$TIR- ct8R'I'IaulYllgfr .: STARKEf
a'I I arrangements. KOOK) fuiuUta pea TELE-

I UU.\1'1L I -

!SEPT. 18. 1965 BRADFORD

a1 home and Westtxrry and I Weldon Slr' *.l' l Wal.r !!tr..l. thnnc runtHiullirrly run, thvnrVatrly atanir MildMarket of mild 'Mnrthwfial. QuarterNWM ,ItMa 1 : I1' :
of with T nipl Av.n IHtali'Itoad ( County lira. thn.<-. run ax-ofriolo Clark of the Board .f
In the front hall the day
"IwnitV l.r Short K.>a.l tl> said point .>f I ( ) of $.-U.n( U; (.,wn.""* No. ioili. ,) ihvnirun North. atonath* Mra.l ford-Clay. ,. County Cimimlaalonrra.. Bra4fonl
the formal< opening. It la very to It. In..n! with HimuK'MiA .., beelnningo. Mouth, HMm SS Kant.: la lt. Southerly slung, Timipl. Avenue County' line to the North line. ofTnwnehlp County, riorlda. DO MtCHKU.1lCHHTirT. :
.. ..
good and a constant reminderof No. IS IHrnwnlr.' 8lr .11. I tiy mrlklna from. paa five. i lnirrtl with t*>. Wasl.rlp tn Its ..,.,_>tlon with AdklniiMtr S Mouth then,. run that the all vuh. t thane run iitrrlr along Him* (aa nf mid l the wonderfulyoung Road Nix IS xHrownl trrtli * fV.: \ nun who owns the i t.. tin ,iuirMe, 'u,,n with the ItlilLwty KUrtlon rrlnrt N... .m."d'i. tKrly boundary,. of the City ofMtark *r*.rtlvn with Ih. HwilMiard' Alrlln > with .Ih. aboaril Airline .d by the Board. of County
Itgd. Ih no* run North; ... .. hall'....... Thnr .
;: board and In tlvu/ .r. to 'Its lnlriiwtlon with run Mouthrly Kallroad th" said point of CiMnintMilon/ of Bradford
I funeral home and the monthI rly along l>liH Ljtwtev Road ttlt hotindnrtMi. ti. be 01..1 b.ol Crum Street thi'i-. run .....11. Ih. $Hoaboan Alrltutiallroad .. bralnntnirIU3 County florid, at a spinal" mtllad -
: spent :'Kwn there with himI Ion with I',..... fol'low: I ly,. along' ; Cruin' tr.n to It. lntersocllon in Ita lntrrtion with IT KTUTIIKU HKHOt.VKI'': meeting haldi' '' on .
Street, .h..O\1\<-. run. Knatvrlyalone : Election rnvlnrt No. S- -*)II'".1 with old l.awty Ja. .'kson. $..*.... 1h.\ "* run ICnii.* that In aiionrtlani.'' ** with .the 14 1945 and appearing -
_I I and Aunt Polly, his'mot.1er. Crum Surest to tin IntrrpiH'don board: toad thenvii run "SoutherlyalonaT / tvrly along' Ja,'kann .Street. li provisions' of Chapter M, HIM.lion of record In Minute Hook it
: I hope some day wlthi th* KKHtirly;; (Comment-. al Ih.. t>i>lnt of IntrriHHtlon Old awtoy Hold to Its Ih. .H.ulhwat Corner n' tats Hftnat KlorMa statul.a.. cm. the of th* Hoard of County Cotnmla.slnnera .
. 'boundary of the I > Cliy of Htarkv.Ihenri .. KKht Its Hkading l HubdlvUlonConllnulnar .
of the North lino .( lntrcth > with atal Head No.IS'Hrowol.e following loi iiiona ar* herewith of Bradford County i
to return and sea how: he his\ run North along Kftatcrly Ktrly: 1 along. Ih. laliinat. .. .
pollltlar pl.rafur Florida.WITNnrM
Township A South mid tha Neg.bwrd gcttrn along, and rejoice in his l boun,6lry It." nf tip "lty nf *.*-h.. Alrllnn" K"Hr.rA, th"no* Ra; ..lrlv along lal. Koad No. Mll south line nf lad Night: Ul.Illuiutlna .. rails of the. eia l >.il.<>n prm..Miilahcrvln Mr HAND AND,
lu IntrrML-tlon .
with the "ul rtlvl" 'u < lo Ita Intra ,
; > established by thus Ha. ofricrAU" MKAU at mark
hafplnrjs.: Prayers go up Sfiui* huuinitrv. line run Southerly stnng' the Hra- til I." .rt1.Nt with Alllkalnr Canal. .
hoard Alrllno/ R..I1..d with Water Mlrt. noltulonKlarllon firaitford" County, Florida this*
for him. Nnrlhw Cil"rt., (NWVi. ) of lo ItsIn then. .-. run Easterly: ak>n. th. ,. .., .
every day '.".''rtlon with Market Road, thi.n<*. run Northerly' alongWatr : HriH'Int-t' No T .1 II day of $rpt.mber. A. L) 1..1Cfl 1 S-\ ,
Hm-llon ar .
Tu-vnBhlp I Mouth, courM of Alllatktor. Cannl to II.'n''II..n l<. J. R: Jenkins '.
High MI hold, A AI.
Sunday 1 Ih.n"N run Kaatertv: Mar.kel Strew lo UN lnlrrvtlouwith )
Yesterday being slang
Itanc 23 ra.t: hum,. .. .
I, run 11..1rrly with Ih Easterly: Pine. Hlria. Mtark. ICIorlria.Kim CIIAItt.KM. A. ABUT
went to chunk and Sunday along' wild Smith 5s.un.Iaty|. Itnod. to its Intariiwilun with WHdon' Srnt then .un"y of the i"lly of stark.. . .. .
ttnw OM' trfi..*y Koad, ot Northwest Qnart.r ..... Ihrnv run Mouth alonii' ll<* board, Armory, HuildlnaT Klorldn. Clri'iilt Court, anilofflclo\
srhod.' I did notf have to substitute avloimc old WwtsYtoad II. Intrrim-tlon. with th* ; ; I:
( )
INXVVt or ttwllon al. Township I rlwitarly boundary lln* of Hi* National. .
.In Its Intfrmvtlon wllh the board. Airline. llroad.. .h.". iluanl North Tmnpl" Clark. Board of County Cornmla-
r teach in any class or I Inl."CI..n S""'h. N.".,. 99 Kant. tu Urn 1 South. boundary ,Ill. .* of .thNorthwo. < run Houth.rly.) along> wlih Old iawley l .. .. with Wat. Snail No 110 play the piano or onran.But .. "! (Jimrlrr lN\\'m <>( Airline H..U'.I to its Intereemlion l
K *tl run themNortherly 'all Hlri.ll). run 1 Easterly: 1 CIIAHLMH ?
> t.
... I.AHIIY. aaCl 5l/ I 16* 41 10/
ti'IS'' ,ww r enjoyed' ben! In a good along Old ......-,toy Road to II'.j Kwtlon Kanv at aa.Ku:. ..l Township, thnv' run S .:.Ul u.\h.. I........ with run 1'.wlIl.",'...1..rly, Street along alo... Hl.i* Hoad ado 'li 0' lla In. ..i'i i>.. the oriiiit/ ...'oll..r I
cla=s in Sunday school. In the I

I afternoon I rested real: the ..
Woodmen Of The World Set Sunday ters. I also paper wrote and a column wrote let for .

I an Indiana paper; It is printed

Free Fish Fry SaturdayP twice a> week I have written You Are Invited. To Come In' And See The Largest, Selection

| for It over a yeast! now.

M. Herndon, area man- Among the service providedby i Nearly every day Oabby and Of Heaters In: This Entire Area .. DuringBlade's
I; walk I want to walk today.
Inger! and Jim A. Arnold spec- the WOW are: supplying;
I as It Is so cool but I am waiting ..
Ilal field rpr:>entatlve with': flags to non-profit organization -
Ithe Woodmen of for a mss from New Castle
the World *: Christian flags for

ire pictured checking\ final are churches' : safety pin! to bus I to come and see about the

jransemf; nts for a free fish fry drl.ers; history awards to JunIor I motor on my wa! himr ma-

to be given by the organization nc\ senior high school chine. It Just stopped and I
I Ness It is burned out. They Dearborn
at the Starke State Farm- students In history: : providing Days
said they wout.1 come this
rr Market Saturday after- an old age home and a chil I
morning When we ".Ik. we
|oon. dren's home at Sherman. Texan
I usually JH miles. I have
The public 1 U Invited to the : uponvn! 'Inn' sportsman club go
told how walk.
to theY
you we ,
l>h fry with serving to start for boys and girls. .njl many
In the road touch a past LITTLE I HIT-TV I iiKATEiisMIDDLE' SIZE. HEATERS J
ht S p. m. An interesting pro- other benefits. GREAT BIG HEATERS
eat an apple, orange or banana
It ram has been announced! and "We have been gratified by I
I and return, which. adds
awards will alsoe <
ome special the interest and enthusiasm
up to that mile It Is *
\ mad'! at thin time shown by Starke area Woodmen many

The Woodman official! have in reactivation plans for I' black top country road and Uenahnr.n / -j
to have followed\ :
a cow
plans for reaetlvatlocal the local camp, Mr. Herndon I-m.
of early days a* It windsthrough :
IIi{! Camp 138 wfritrh was i !aid. "The Woodman: move-

hartered 111906.. with it* ment is 73 years old this year the country and
I houne and farms and barn,
harter signed by Joseph Cairn and we are inviting all friends FA 1/11.
on each side. There lei's
Root the original) founderfcf ( members and prospective FIRST'TI

WOW. The local camp was members to attend the fish of corn Soy beans alfalfa.clover MI"'. KVKUBLOWER

ell\ known for Its fine drill fry this Saturday night and and p'eture with cattle. WALL FURNACE
I enjoy my walk, very much _
m. and: performed: many learn more about the benefitsof
and come: home
feeling fresh
Worthwhile "mi'vlce to the our program"
irrt good. I hope I can go to- I I
[immunity and state. cV. r. Heats like a central furnace

My life flows along simple .
with its counterflow forced aircirculation
eel: ea"y. I did wat> a'l mr

'win-low curflm.1", mr blankets. HEATS that lays a "blanket\
I and cleaned mr house good 1 WITH ANY IIKATKIt! : ; I'UKCIIASKI. : OVER

Wh"e I was In Florida mv of.heat". across floors. Installs 25.000 n.T.u's joon TiiuirISTII. OCTOUtn:

hove flowers en the nmeorrh'" I 1965.
.11 dleA eo I am Just getttnv a I on the-wall or in.the.wall

start now in the bone and

lerlur a 8urgless Aorr( pots. I did not know how without expensive duct work. Thiss A Real Deal!

much I really loved my flowers ,

\ until they were dead<< and 1piai. 1
one. That.Is the i iI V
Wherein the swiftly pa ..lnaummer I bird Iinctnc' way ,
< reminds m* of school Down -vlvre the tiver slaps life!; wtj! do not know how

(lays at Clay Hill and how In the red much we really loved anyone V .

!time change* rvrrjrUUna.X That was monilrur atid at until they haw pa v>d! awsy HAVE YOUR

heard a mt-wlneed blackChief noontime and gone from our life forever CAKE

A humming blrdl flashed on I am wondertrw if Clay HIM

'. thrl reeds. S'nool has been abandoned ..r Sf -
Clouds: bleW' up and In the If they WIll have actiool therthis I AND EAT I IT TOO!

evening year I feel very stronT'': ii ,

)t t A yellow.unka.t- trurk. about closing the school alt'
I -
: i through rain. hauling mr dear children ::-- miwn

1 I Then bars! night Wild the oUyThat "many miles to a new nrhool I :

f. a'aC wee f'TYif'd Ctor UU and It. people haveheen J

...m never core again. In my heart ate love* '" a'very'
the e Yes. you can have the .
Aura, Te nrt -le. many vr m. Thf'Y'de.'

Ism Staking t! $ thU mrarntm of yrve only the best. God 1 bba''her' best Gas Area;

Or-rwe Par: an thief I loved

fce.t. I nn stl] are the swamp WKTP AN') CHIT r. 0..... 2 RGOii/1/ jt Ifeateronthemaket
r--vn-H he will. which I never o"'T"" F*v1M'w l the ff..UIJl1. > eia

Rosier tired of wstrhln/t f IM *n the bn* I hue a friend In *
dlvewsv' by the cm Funeral I Poima, Nehr, wtn at. hilt today, and itil enjojr, ." q;,+ '

THANKS VOTERS I Ilrme I me" .r..>|-d at tw' cle rwafr I run of half-iind-rnlr er-"'m Inplani Very low heating r ,

In the wr.rM mt a I of Mm>e of rhe .NquH #

It I N with a deep feelingof ; bit of c .- r. 8,"I'D'JY plices I Then .she ads Mlf a ritp Dr f 1 costs..Heat,"bettot '

gratitude I thai I t\- had teen "ly-frr 1K1 a scent of nut musts. that she rin'H fine

press to you fine cili/en- denying<< v4etatVnv rot" this 8h Is fnntl* claims for a chance thl J LL, J because lt's> -

pwamn It had tall live ferns '
or Statke heartfelt
my arrl bK plants I rll elerhint LOVB LURA r Iomat bit healer,.' i
thanks and *
ears and vine that climbed up t -

for the wonderful ole the tree with orange co'oredflowera .Nrsnll. clot T.. aNPu NP. Dearborn Days Special A f\ ()O It's a) Dearborn), ( l t
I .
you gate me in re-elect' Then I loved the Iron 'T.n' ... Iwo.\be'Ii 1,11, P ;

ins me' your Chief of I'o- .tn"ing. Tt' big old Pipe flog I I Ins.UH.r-r.Set:../IINNI 51 ..1171.-"tall..H' ne nr (Good Until October ;15 | CroslSerles 4 s X111 '

lice. wnsndM f IIkr..a r>ogre runt .HUI."U' IfllST' PS "... y with a Cool ++ i
II'V Then by evening. whom I IU'.H.. N .* ?
'-" a .
.Hr."' '.. .
T. r
It In my sincere' desire. slaved br the televtNtnlwhile i I' Ia/a .... vi ..*1KH *AnrY.l"" -1".. y Sa etbfnat+ .

to nerve' each of you in a men were on a ambulance call INI\y1 f NISIfN's, Kill. iii 555 ; -"o =- ;;;;r' j IlIWN|a>l...J..'M 111'lllaTMKTa .
manner' of which you will the swamp was a chorus of I TH"I.. ASK FOR FREE ESTIMATES :
voices from all sl...s of fro *. TIIH "". .IC'TI.l. ...!>:" I'.-/. t eI'
he proud of and conduct rii.:M.... .>... or THf: Ind .f* PRES NTINO..THE NEW a. .
Then .) tw whit d'Ifks
I the' Police' Department in In among ways the farm and toms t SIP."n"III'Niasipow". sri iK nr ON ANY. HEAT.. --- ; :

a dignified' cnurteout' and w HENrA; *. Ih. ... .
.,.* vines net and >l
were happy __, ....
: 1551 i ....
respectful" way. ant b...,. finding fond and I I 1',...,,.......|,r ('._'".>.|.>m.nw< ,f r llr 4 .4,j ING PROBLEM} From
.Again thanking I cwtmmlTK In the ahaHmr! water (.*olull. . you 1 1:>
Ther. was nearly always aj t'rialn. t>f -h.r.54 rt._rr .L The Smallest Heater To FROM /95 ;
for >. ..... .. ..
tote and support. g fcr boundary ".
your cool brreire front Irfjn t Cauntr
.p .
fnmmtfmtmrr IHMri. .. C.. OAe AR.A H.AT.R
> it i;
I ,',. that place la never fUlrdhi ihru r.... (!) .>4 th..I.' r..0. Central Heating; Systems !
I am humbly your, pr* ,li.. I tk.. ... .. ,.
but kept a. nature made Itan r f r. 't t ".nlf ROYAL IN QUALITY HUMBLE IN PHICI:
.f .
William Hill Ko.. .,... flmt. ,.r n.rM" .
) "ser a Sort of park .... "

I have picture tl the furvrr-, \\111'1' : .. rte, ....,.." .j Ig > .
dlate. ............. asd ....w., ,.... .
b7 .....a ........- ,. ora-1. .
l>l irl -l II'''r4'"., .mlr
'to implali. .. wt'lv, lti. pr..i,.
TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVE-IN I.... of n...... lie rln.t4., Hang On Wall ;
.'.'.'." fvnh.r. ..... 4.4.4 a
..Id, County r55.-Iw' .... .",..
r.s. 301 NORTH TRMI'I.K: "' : .r
I"I.< Ulu .tar.. III .it... tp.m Save Floor Space
p,...C..d. as ,.......
I nRlYK: OCT) TODAY) AND TRY owe, Klwru: "" PvNIS. ..t S.. ; ....ft..
...yet 1':1"11': ,., ''n"O:<<.. 1 ..5'5 I

DELICIOUSHAMBURGERS S *.rtI.,.. Pr... ,In, i X.. 5. "ft,
,,a" .ld p,.. .tar 1u '../*.
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partment. But, he arfda:: none creeping up to his grocery '2,505 Books 2.927 borrowed the same
of them haJ anything definite store.
month last
to say. Imagine what It will be like Borrowed From / Yeftr.
:} This year to date 22,627
iZt ret "I have talked about this If we get much more rain," he /Library In AugustA books have 'been borrowed

+ ;. 14 r drainage problem: with Wil- said. from the Starke
e 1 Library
l 1Y lard: Peebles." Petty salJ.: total of 2,005 books were I which Is ahead of ,the 21,073
1I"L. ] '- j Peebles Is the district supervisor II
borrowed by patrons of the figure for laat year.Notebook ,
:--""':" with the Stata Road De- Silk RIGHT ft/KMl tot u"*" I ke-Brudford County LI- I II
I write. Coma 'In and II I
partment.i way yon brary during August. I I
.. I i told. me that If this elect your favorlt" fc.bffc.iiBKOOK !: Plastic $2.50 at the
I This with 3,181 '
J- .' :' overflow caused the Fountain Pea. TELE compares TELEGRAPH
:> j feK&wyif I was by borrowed last month and
: .:...;:-" gfldHtsBf culvert under the new bridgeIt I GRAPH.

".,..... ft'O. I would be easy to fix, but hedidn't ,
..J l '. say when It would' be '
: j
M -**- ,' '. I
It. .' ..v'. fixed or even that It would< be
vw '+ ,..'tikaw. : 1""y. ."\ .- :uPutmiin % for sure," Petty aUJeJ. ,
; "" j' '
11,;; .. ...,". ; Mr. Petty also stated he has

.. '. ..-. .. J talked about the drainage I' TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour I
problem with J. N. I da tori
..: t't Hall Postmaster. C. K. Petty (left) point. to water now bucking. ; up I Beck. Stat Representative

,.. .. It>: IIIC..utllHt the new. bridge on IllKhwuy 100. from the area 'I Authorized: Ford Dealer For Bradford and Union Counties '
tr" -" ... .. Above: |High water" In shown. alto harking foot
up a from/ the !top of small "He said he would help anyway
.... bridge (.n !State Road 26.At he could' Petty said.

J.;. :::- ...".....;,: "r.4J t"-., right: 1'w. ..tnluster Petty Inspects. small amount of water flowing through thecuhert "But so far I haven't heard NEW 1966 FORDS TOG

""" ', ; .""" r:: under rwllroiul. bridge down the clogged creek bed from IOU.shol.t1y anymore from him.
.. ... Highway
? I
: ...q .'" ... M i -- Petty,looked';!! out across his
t7:; .' ; ..: }i 0 AT OUR FINAL
..,..;:::r ". ..,1. ..;.a1.A7h. '=+- '"" .4.Mth7' ... -....... .- after Hurricane:>I"O.'s coming back." Inch culverts flooded back yard. i

visit to!) the ales. In September' "One reason. It has never! "Look at the small amount "If something ten't dons ;i
Faulty Drainage Blamed of last year. gone down completely," he
of water flowing through these soon the water will be back
At that time Putnam HaU.PetLy's said, Is because! the stream beo.t<:: culverts" Petty said. uil to where it was after the

grocery and adjacent !Is clogged up." hurricane ,,
last September, he
stretches of Highway 100 were He pointed. to a dense mass He was sianairtj: on the said.
\Water Poses ThreatTo
High Again un'er' two or more: feet of of swamp grass and; water 111- railroad bridge pointing downat I 5
Putnam County Engineer
water. lies the water flowing quietly \\i
choking the flow of water j
"The water never completely through the creak bed. through'{ the large openings below ; Charles Mahan said that he r
Of Putnam ask the Putnam
Community Hall drained off after the flooding'Mr. The water In Mr. Petty's : Intends to I

Petty said back yard and slowly "That 1 U aiwut orve-iourth County Commission at their I
creepingup I
He pointed to his back yard to his back, door Is over the amount of water that I I next regular meeting to passa Save Hundreds Of Dollars
IBy[ Bill Paine] yard 100 jet long and lOOi., 01'1 behind the store. Ito Is should be flowing through resolution asking the State
grocery flowing from, a. swampy area
mole feet wide. now under almost foot of them," he said. I i I Road Department to remedy
How would you like to be a behind his property;
Now there is water to his the drainage/ situation at Put- WHILE THEY LAST !
up water "The main Mr. Petty he has talked
able to fish In your back: yard? reason the waterIs says r
C P Petty can but
Jl* It Petty operates the combination for 18 years." he said "And I said, "1.1' that the/drainage cul- ple with the State Road De Meanwhile Mr. Petty Is

M*. Petty of I-..t.ent Hall, grocery store and post have. never had water up In my vest under that new bridgeIsn't watching the water slowly I Ia

8'iya hr used to a back I office in Putnam Hall. His back yard like this before the large enough to carry off !
drainage problems started hurricane last September." the amount of water It I

He beckoned to a row( of should."

Jimmy McRae trees') at the end of his back He beckoned;) towards the Gds' ,w'

yard. new bridge!! spanning Tlm

THANKS VOTERS "Il8f'J'! to mow Brass out to mon's Creek on Highway 100

those trees," he said. about. 300 yards past his grocery 1 SECTION GETS S

1 hanks to the voters for The trees seemed to bestnndlinr store. Construction on F f, e r ?
In more than a foot this bridge + 44
was completed
their trust ;and about three months ago by the .
placed in me.I vie' dralnige:! problem at State Road Memorials Resolution .. 60 weed.
Department. 20 Word. or lean. one tlm -.... .95 .J-- per
will work with other Putnam Hall was' supposedly Patty Is supported In his If not paid In advance 1.23 Card of Thanks, up to 50 wo"1M" ,
City Official! for better remedied by the State Road contention: about the drainage Over 50 word 5e wed
Department Keyed. or Blind Ad.*._________ US .pee ;
City lOternment.; last year.after the hU1'l'1can9 culvert by Charles Mahan. hash. additional word ever" tO_______ .00 Display'' ads In ClMnlflvd.. __1.60 per I faw* ;
Putnam County Engineer 1 1

Thank You At that time the Department' "The opening! under that HASTINGS MATTKESS!! FOR BALK F. H A.. V. A. or Convecittana I FOR SALE-One acre of Florida -

.; constructed a new channel for bridge Is Just too small: Ma Insurance Problems? J I"I WORKS i i Ready mix: concrete concrete Loans are available Storke 90 Strawberries 8 miles

Jimmy Tlmmon's Creek between) Putnam han said. "The water la I not t Call The Man From"Keystone" & UPHOLSTERY \block] house piers. sand cement or rural area IiU. rate! from south of Olen on highway 139. .

f (Potlicker) McRae Hall and Orandln. draining off Jlke It should" he I L71O Lemon St. PalatkaFurniture mortar mix: rock, steel. SH to 6 per cent. Paramort. I Phone 259-7872 Macclenny.

"The water! went down a added. I Renalred, sister shell "merock. roof Homes phone 969-4111 Elvin Starling. 4tpd 9 9

i little. Petty said "Now 1 its I Mahan states. :! the situation George E. LaRue (Upholstered! A Refinished gravel lintels. BRADFORD; Bt.I\oI'k, Fla. tfchf

could) easily be remedied by Keystone Height' MATTRESSES REBUILT !:NOR. CO. Phone 984-3531.
the addition of another drainage New Innersprings Rt.rlr ttrhg FOR BALE-Fi-ame house. 2'4 WANTEDTO

WEATHER BULLETIN culvert under the bridge, Consultant For All Your and Box Springs INSCRANCK", : .' miles east on rd. 18. 3 bedrooms BUY

He alai believes. the stream Insurance Needs.Representing Drop t'. A Card or Call AT REIJl'CEI RATES drapes In every room.
I bed should be cleaned out. PALATKA K\ B-B 'e AUTO FIKE. BOAT I' central heating. Beautiful

I The water Is overflowing not Great American. Ina, Co. MRS. PEGGY SHAIXEH DOYLE E. ICOSN FoR yard. 4Vi acre. (Sixty-Nine Saw Timberand '
Terms Call 9694233 -
only Into Mr. Petty's yard. It The Traveler ins. Co. 209 F Adkins St.StarV INSUBANCK AGENCY I

L, Is prevlng smoothly againstthe *. Ai-tt uottrrlI, tfchg
small Tel 473.4692 Day I I
bridge '
en State Road
Ford Custom
'' FOR aALE- 64
26 only a foot 473-4323 Mites FOR SALE-Fill dirt top soil FURNISHED APARTMENTS,
from the
top. 500. 3 dr Whits with blue In
tractor work pew"" and used H. S.
This smaller bridge U behindPftty'a :! Businessf unfurnished houses. terior. Standard shift. Excellent PuipwoodIMMEDIATELY
Auto Fire Horn
e' building supplies. W. T. Jackson Burdette. 534 North CherrySt. ,
A. property about 300 condition. Phone 969-2 31.
Monthly Payment Plan Mschlnory !
Material and ttchg
I yarJs from the Junction of f ) Building ; Phone 909-3324. tfctxFOR !
State Rem: 29 with Highway BE SURE TO SEX! World Supply. Phone -
100 at Putnam: Hall Water Is Book before buying any other 40ft' tfehcFOR WE BUILD by your pUns or, RENT- 4 room furnished

alai ooly three or four feet Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne.I will draw plans to suit you. apartment 128 S. Water Bt. TIMLOG Inc.
Good business II ] ,
I SALE lot or oum. '' ,
We build on your
from 9(10-( 118 ttchg
away the edge of Highway : your local representative slivw Phone
and residential properties Ini I 9694111.1Starke.
0 : 100 between Petty's gro- 1996. P. O. Box 603. Phone I Improved and unimproved Paramore Homes. ,,I 5 Ml. So. Starke on 301
Starfc: GET HEATER cleaned out before -
cery and the new bridge. Thenew 964-3794: tfohu', H. V. Knight P. O ttchlllI I winter Contact Allen !Phone 964-0241
bridge Is not as' close to
being THREE BEDROOM.- 2 bath Drawer F. CIty tfelwI Bros. Phone 969-1681. Contact L. II. Outlaw
overflowed as Is the
home on your lot, $50.C=? MARY CARTER 4trh 930:
!smaller bridge on State Road I I FOR RENT-2 bedroom house

28 But the water backing/ up down mall monthly payment: I I with tile bath Unfurnished.I \KTMKNT IIOl'SE FOR RENT-2 bedroom" furnished -
against It lacks only three to Pairamore Homes 969.4111.Make 'I I $5000. 964-2465. tfchg IN 8TARKE or unfurnished house
h four feet or reaching the top.: I PAINTS A well established apartment conveniently located In Starke.

1 Across Highway 100 from I COINS WANTEDBUY I| FOR SALE 1 Roy Craft. I I house of five' apartment) aith' M. A. Payne phone 964-3784.
house trailer 8' x 30' $800
the new bridge the channel ofTlmmcn's I a present Income! of $150 per tfchg
i tt
rflft1H Creek Is choked and I SELl. TRADE; 1: rill) f rt4-'S'\ R2 tfchg Complete Line month with one apartment I
= 24-hr. Apprulmil" !Hvrvlir. fur
-- -- :logged with vegetation. About I I WAITRESS WANTED-EvenI ofPaints occupied' by the owner and one FOR SALE-Saratoga Heights
-- '!00 your old coins free. uf rhurgf.BELOTE'S 3 bedroom house W'UI.' Ian
1'1"9"IP' yards down the gagged! I'Ing/ nift Experience' helpful. being redone: Is now' up

\ '!"""" ...)., ".... ::3U' stream bed Is a wooden rail- 'I DRUGS II Apply in person: 3 o'clock to 4 All ale at a rt'llJlOl\Hle price! It fenced back yard. Off Street.

.. ..... .'',..... ,.. "I, read bridge with two large 84 K.Ystone helghMI p. m. Trail Motel end Restaurant For Is now carrying itself financially 1400 clown, >51 a month. 9&4-
.. .. I I Supplies
.- ;, f ,' 1 FUR RF.NT-3 bedroom un- L wtev :3tch 9'16 and has a potential Income 2191 after p. m. tohc
I. ..'.
tliI/lMIICIlllIiII! month. ItInternt..1
,,,,, t. .. / \ ;I furnlihed house on W Mad- {I LICENSED PLUMBER and All Purposes of $260 per s
cell for particulars.
ton St.: also 2 bedroom turnisheji SINGER
I builder. Work done by the Buy One Gallon A J Thomas Realtor Tel.
house on N Water St

'tf w 12 Wi des Contact: Mrs. J, D. Seymour." hour 2A9.4491.!)
8(14( N Water St. I Up FIt EE OPE: WEIGHT safely with Sewing Machine. Zig

---- Customfade!\ FOR SALE -Cub tractor and AIAI.R OK ."T. I.Lr.W.STF.U Drx-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98ct 7..airll, HOWS on button.
Phone Mitchell Pans std 10''14 makes buttonhole. doe
For Florida Llvln I some equipment. Shirley Johnson I ,
>. ,
N. Temple
I 953:
.. Lawte)'. 783-3254. Solicit well established ..vIn.pot..r. FAMILY would like to rent 4 all fancy design. Sold
t'.el t More !" and rommlmUon.. I t
3tp19'l6 Sitlnry cook for $200. Payoff
YOU ANTEDEXJ14rJenc or 5 rooms around Starke or new over
For Your $ $ $ NO. 190 I Jr." College or High !SvhadsenIcr. l and housekeeper' for working Mariette. Also woe); like farm balance of $62.30 or i
Write (I. H., |It"l"l"r "A", transI I
WELL-KEPT HOME IN NICE couple. Must have own work not over $3* a mo Phone assume monthly payments *
No !
!Salaried Stark or rail roller Oulnr
or Commissioned ',SECTION -About 4 Acres ylllff .1TX-UII2t<'h< 9-18 1 portatlon. :3 I days week 7'30 a EL-8033 ask for Mrs. Odom of SV O. Will
Employee m till 2 p. m. Write P. O. 2tp ft 23
$23.000. Colonial styling/ take older machine as
feature 9 rooms with 3 baths. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT' : Drawer "A" Starke. FU gtv-
DAD&BRADLARSEN andphnnl" REFINED WIDOW -- would part payment. Call I I
4 bedrooms!, 11 closets! 20 ft Live Bill and Earth: \worms. Ins name. '
ti ea I TO WORK Bt Mn' < tfrh-t )eke room and; board In .1(- Credit Manager COLLECT -
no or "<
Two block west County Jail
living room. 18 ft. kitchen gus .
chfanlll'< for COmPBn! *hP Write"H" Gainesville. 37SI7M.
1001'S.I 1 I' Pratt Bt. Raft {'enter 3trr<* 1 -
i YOU heat phone, hardwood
decorated "
Benefit .
RENT Nenly Fla.i
FOR Drawer "A" Stark Win .
11 ': $ :!J. night or day.
fireplace, electric pump. lake i
2 bedroom home on UnI
FOR SALE -- 14 ft StumpKrxocked
I story barn and yard is chain i' tlbah18 boat with 1100 00 monthly. For Infortnai I deliver. >o obligation.2tp .

I All Sizes on Display I link fenced. Purchase prlrr,! tlon call Lena Clemens. Keystone FOR SALE M"dtum: aired 9-15IH
9.8 motor and trailer 1400 00 i I
810.12 Widea here U set! at only $32.000) Height 473-4927 underwriter approval

I 1 Vj J Baths Good terms.NO. Onrrfner Phone" Faso 969-4141 f.tutIon or are Itrha at 2tch .0 18 Like new Also Royal standard >(':' I I I 1 I condition.
27 Excellent
and Expandable "" -- typewriter IV YOCR IIOMKTelrptMMM :
the exciting new AUTOMATIC LOTS OF ROOM -for the I FOR RENT One bedroom FOR RENT-I and 2 bedroom J M. Over,, Rt. 2. Box
bedrooms trailers. Can be moved on your I 1I"4-2n5< 3t"t It 30 tales roe Mtriming ....d -
I II growing family. 3 Lots-S trailer Also traitor spare with HIP> I
TE I LECONTROLS! I New and Used Natural gas one Elkl I; patloa. Over night parking,I own lot. J. B. White. 9
)] to town Center Only $ Clone to shopping! cnterWertmorelwnrt 11MI 2t..h 9le', FOR SAL:-3 bedroom unfinished slon .paJd. tmftt order." Writ
your I 8-Yr financing available frame home, with sjrre1 1 Bo I). "n. Drawer ".," ,Mark- /,
Push a button to start or Or owner "will' trade for small* Trailer Park! HOW ABOt'T TtII aT. near Sttrk city. llml U. .r call ......... <.aiM.TlD lift.UII. I .!

OIL I HOME HEATER stop the FIOORSWEEP! I Use Our Rental-Pur. er house STROUT REALTY I !phone 969-3291 or 969-3031.tffhg I Just $300.oo will put you hipoxiwviion Low down payment. Balance'! JUhg: *-!' JI.a.I ,

; of hU three bed financed. Call Phil,
chase Plan-Payments tllT N. Tempi Are.tlT. I M MM I I
roant..o. bAth house with Weak collect. Jacksonville :339-
R. !lau' Phnn" tlfllt.Ultt FOR RENT-2 bedroom house! Madame
Under $30;) .Per Month | Roberts
now gives you amazing@nhyflc i! :,, I partly furnished nextfor'/ to built-in Space heater hot water 3KO4 2tr4vi 03)
I h1'atf'l'.nd double compartment KEA DINGS
POULTRY EQUIPMENT! For Tnwn"' end Store Itrrm -
SUPER I I, Sale-Two Inside! t.o'Itf'f'd' I sink Paved Street FOR RENT-3 brc'Iworn furn- Private a (.. iUM* no'' This house U hi perfect con t-hed house on Klnoaey Lake.
@ (H1 lr tanks Excellent!\ c-on ''Uon. I
FLOORThe NOW/I i each. H. E. Clover-settle phone : FOR RENT:: -5 mom house. dition. is going to eeL! ant: you Mrs J, M MltrhrtL Debt $1.00 Special
Will reasonable If .lll J M MAOYARI Welling
rent you might as wrM be the kirkyownrr.
: 471-4SOft! ( KI"V''t! nJll"ltrht. Ito
Drllltn f well. $1.25 pee I I Dally 8 AJM. to 9 P.M. :
do Clone Realtor
some repalrlivr A J Thomas:
golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven to Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE FOR RENT: -One 2 bedroom and: church: Call I 811"- 'Tri 9443701.IRIN0iRaectrte. f-mt Phnn11"41 N1S 'tn II 1ft,, ....- 1164.9513U.1. I

,rotate back and forth-sweeping the heat over the floor. All new : unt'trrni'' 'd house and one 11 70114 Itchg FOR R1r'TT3 and bath Iliway 301 ..
bedroom furnished house. 308 I : sewt1 I' machine room 4 Ml.1 _. *... II..,.... fUa.r .
in performance, styling and exciting colors, this new SIEGLER Full Lake Privileges I I' R Wafer At tt"hII tn corwole cabinet' like furnished cottaC"ll. Phone 9&4- '

gives you a new dimension in heating comfort. See it soon! Homestead TAKE OVER \YMTNTS I new' Sew* fpnra""' and reverse.All :nil I tees. TWtJU.rMO 1 FS9ONS-1ftT7Wedrw1d.a :

I NOW! 1964 2 bedroom 10x50:: I attachments' for mvkinc FOR SAL E Twtn bedroom frrwi 330:: to 4.10
Rumpt'I'I FOR SALE 11M2 1 Chevrolet' trailer. Ask Edyth about It ..tCapo' and
I buttonholes ihf-r nrtrt* suit*. 1105 W Matffeon. In front of BUS Auditorium.
"IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" Lake ,' Oorvalr rtrnpsicfe; track 40.000 or rVroiie 531-1481: UpA \ fancy stitch design. Fullrffuaranteed Stgtorl AU see groups' Betty Ann
actual miles $99900. J. R. Can: be seen in R-.iJlt-e lto

1 Trailer SalesOn I I nul'nortm TfcrwrFOR I >I ITIOl'IWO ,, your payments Mk 14 91 eight: or will monthly din- be-VERY"daxn'- CLEAN tarHer! air for condition rent.: 4S I'Inul" |' FOR
lEN Christmas selling RIYTVnfurn1.otlfId 4
DEM1M) IfUnNI'rURI\ lJ! CO. count to rash Write: Credit west. on 18 $40 per mo. tuorn hair .
RENT-KlrTSley Lake 2 tarts early mlth Avon Cosmetics Manager, 127 S. CleanraterI ("11154-Arse" It,." 359( N. Bay St
Route 100, One :Mile' SEK.yston. bedroom furnished home con- part or full Gann f7nr4'S 4tn lOoT Phone M4-4tT4 I.!..:!..!

heights. I nectlng garage: pier I and boat-j i valuable raid territory not I FOR SALE Clsrlnet UN!: ,

: '431 W. Call St. Starke, }'Ia. Phone 9t>$M32T Open Sun. & l hoicie. Available June 1.1'I available'! Write Mrs OuMaSweat I WILL WA.U. h-
" F..nlntr"J J Carl Johns, phone: 964-4201. P. O. Box M7 Uve OuJt.I m my home. Call M4-U24 swap for good- ptano. Nt-san leaf table With pads. 8OsJ.drop
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Itchi opened Phone MO-us. tfchfPAGE

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Bradford County Telegraph

BTARKK. P1.%. Tln1R D.\V. SFIT. 18.1985 U 1


New Facilities i

I.. A Negro Minister Gives Some AdviceIt Evident At M W E eLV lf OR ML.i fI f

remained for a Negro minister, "Poverty should not be; but poverty, Gold Head ParkBy

; Dr. Joseph II. Jackson president of unemployment, and bad housing alone I

the National Baptist Convention. U.S.A. .- do not determine a person's characteror r\

., Inc.-recently convening Jacksonville write the final chapter of human Bill Pane [ r

-to make the most sensible destiny," the Negro churchman told j!i Look for improvements and

comment to date on the recent disgraceful his people. "1f one is defeated or destroyed -' new facilities at Gold Head:t

IID rioting and looting in Los it is due to other forces; it Branch State Park located' six

P Angeles.In Is due to one's interpretation and one's miles north of Keystone

a nut shell. Dr. Jackson said that reaction to the negative conditionsone Heights on state highway 21.I --- .-

poverty and unemployment in the Negro faces. i' Gold Head Superintendent. Attractive New Beat Room Facilities I
Ed Collins, while tourlrw the
community should not be used as "Thousands, yea millions of our park's present facilities recently
'excuses for destroying the opportuni- citizens have known poverty and have detailed! plaN for the ad-

ties gained since the Supreme Court had to make the journey of life with- I dltion of new facilities and the

ecision of 1954. He added that the out the blessings of plenty. Poverty, Improvement of present ones.

church should take its place and as- then, is not the final word. ,I|'I While driving alone the ..
sume its responsibilities for the success '', winding road U) leading back in- .-
"Jesus of a a1t4 .
was a man great poverty, th
to the park. Superlnten.'knt! ? e4. y
Ih the civil rights movement:
and lie is to the I
yet us greatest reve- Collins ald that a new eam '
"In recent crises, which have resulted d 'v.,
I lation of God the human mind has I inn I area with complete' accommodations
in bombings and' "racfe riots, some ever known. Poverty was not the final was recently! 5 }

Sociologists and politicians t have has- word with Jesus." i opened to the public. At piesent '

tened to give reason" Dr. Jackson it will accommodate a- _
The church must admit responsibility
Bald in his address to the convention's bout 35 families -
Closing: session. "Their conclusions when it fails to so instruct its I Stopping at the head of the

Are that these 'things were due to bad youth and they engage in acts of violence I park' ravine sea, the superIntendent :
to obtain the material benefits''1 pointed' out the
(:housing, unemployment and poverty. which they do not but which I'I paths and nature trails wind-
possess, -- -- -- -
f| "Of against' badlousing
course, we are
ire through the
they desire Dr. Jackson warned. region. After Paddle Boats And Canoes AviiilableConceHHlon
,) unemployment, poverty, and Labor. Day. he said. the park
,I *1I of the evils of human society that 'Ve must admit then, as Christians, ', staff plans to tart making\

i i Would negate the high values of mankind that when there is mob violence pre. improvements on the paths Th II J
j as children of God. But in the judice and strife we accept our share and! constructing: several footbridges a If" "'ht

midst of these dark areas of life if of the blame for not inspiring our '1 r in the ravine section. tit\ '.,"l ''.''Irf ,
people with the thought that : Driving through the camp- 11\
looks young _
one closely enough one seesaome ___ 1,151-f ; ,
blessings and some for there are inner values and constructive Inn area. Collins pointed' out fl, \ ,. 6FM
reasons I
the new camping. faclllU now r\ .
bonfidence and hope" the Negro religious redemptive forces which can help,;' available to park guest n-
leader said us to be our best, although our environment -i
newly conntructedrertrooms '
l is the most humble and the ThEY 80Th RECEivEThE
The greatest tragedies in life do an:*! shower facilities \- r

iot come from the evil forces in one's most poverty-stricken." j When completed the!' new irLr..a : I

society, but they come because man If more or our leaden political;I' ramping retion, Is expected( to SAME Dv:o c#D
frequently refuses to make full use of and religious white, and Negro : ceonttiKxiate acme 00 fam .

the blessings given, or refuses to cul- would concern themselves with giving':' ilies.The park's camping accommodation FHO.M() )

' tivate his talents according to the straight-from-the-shoulder advice such a..r.ea..rwf..h.
op. may be even' morepreatly :
p t portunities that come to him." a* Dr. Jackson's, instead of making exr-anlrdi' by the near ; A. .+ ...". .. FIRST FEDERAL OF STARKE !

'' Allowing ''to the progress made in alibis for theme who engage in law. future addition of an SO-I\(',", Building Center (N( Activity I

the area of relation since the leas rictlng, looting and "demonstra-l, tract of land to the pnrk'a pre.ant .

\!Supreme Court race decision Dr. Jackson tions" roost of the so-called "frustra-! 1.338 fI(',..... While not definitely boat will be addr'i:! to those 50 new picnic: tnblc, ft'1C'Ic It Pays To Save Where They
tinn" that is said to have caused these i drtermlnded! at this now ..* nblc. at the park. nil xtovr-s Hixt new furnish I DM"
noted that, .it has been greater events would I' time this new land may be In addition to these. Improvements for pork cnttAHP. will be com--
.' in th'prevlouA 100 years. But he disappear. made into camping area to several other project I pined. << by tile end of this. fiscal Pay You To Save!

warned .that if the Negro concerns Nothing would dispel much of this ( be ue4 by organUnd groups." '* are piton for Uila win. !I yr\r.

himself[ to
rather than the newly won kick in the pants-either literally or i the Superintendent called attention of some pork roads' construction I| that turnout at the park tviisi

opportunities, he would do so to his figuratively to the parks .'jcprn1ryj of a paved boat ramp and'i t been running hUh ,his" sum-
own disadvantage. cone. Ion facilities. making parking airs for boaters. I 1 nwr Since, July I 1. aver 33.000: EARN FROM THE 1ST. *
I counter service of short orders. The planned installation! of persons hnve vlrlted tho park' i

_m- and sandwiches available to\ Gold Head eaters" to famlllr. ... '. 1
I TV's 'Escape' Season Is UnderwayThe I park truest. I "Is kept remnrkubly' cl">nn. and, -A- *

lie also pointed out the new I Safety Program has playground and *ii|>ervlM! dwimmlnig

new/alLTV season has opened son we were given' by NBC, an entire I peddle neiu-by Lake boat. and Johnson canoe which on It Set Forth f Picnic faflHUcs Ubh!! and for i pitvlliona chlldrert. .- Now Earnings Are Compounded Quarterly'!

with much faniare-and!? a splash of evening of prime time devoted to I can be rented' at the eonce- I am found throiiHhoul the/

color; But there J* little hope for "American White Paper: United State I[Man pavilion. Florid Jiitfhwwy Patrol 1>1- pork: a..... Onttairr may bw -.

thoM who are eagerly looking for Foreign Policy." Perhaps three and a I Collins mentioned that MI *- f'tIt'JtM H. K. Kir It man revealed r rented by the day, week or

improvement in program TV half hours of even a fascinating doc-I, era! new aluminum fishingBayless thto week a now etiforvrcnentprogram I month. They' are completely' '
aimed %t curbing "I furnished for I1n..... First IViliTfil Nil 'in oLoan'
for most except
is bit overlong
Guide informs u. that of one hundred umentary a ,...................... da>.rw...nity rising hJtrhway i
The Oohl .
nlgit-time programs scheduled for the television viewers, but those who stuck dfoaUtoU In Phirid i i"Eight Hrn/Ji" rk arm
with this praiseworthy effort un- and ninety i Includes five lakes Hwlmmlrur,
new season ninety-seven are "escap! : hundred
lilt." The other three are informational. doubtedly have a much clearer picture Hiwav seven people have, died in trsf-1 I Ixxitluv and ,water... aklliwi aivnijovnl ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
of how events' of the past 20 fie fI1df'J.u thus far tn '1151 I on Juhnmin
which I III the laiirrst of the, live, 1'IM NOICIII. TK.MI'I.K" : ; AVK.;
sy Mrs. O. E. Crasb'IIIRT1III4Y effort mtwt be ap- I
about conditionsof and every
have brought
And the .new :j>rlm -time drivel Is years std Skin diving currently It being.
I thrse Crane!
to slop
apparently spreading1- ven to Canada today. I.................. piled deaths on flor- I allowed In teller Inks. rintiIng -

where a special committee has Another early season documentarydealt I I .'.\lCT"' k3a'a imtww.very, hlthways." stated Colonel .Is permllUnl In must. of Follow Your Favorite High School Team
issued with the scaling of Mount Everest the park 'ku.l Catches of
just a report urging sweepingreorganization Mrs Jerry Dyml honored h.rdaullhl. Klrtun.n, .'ICIU.UI"'I.IIIIU! : : : 17TH
of Canadian radio and as photographed by National Geographic .,. Joan with a Urthdsy There ha. been only one bans, bream and bluegill are .
frequently mode: HTAKKK: AT MACO.KNNY: I.AKK: llirri.KK' : nt Chieflan.l
television, denouncing the dominationof and presented on television in party Saturday aftcrnuon. trafHc death In nradfoM .
prime time by."trival entertainment magnificent\ color. A few more specials Outdoor .game. were enjoyed) County this' year hwwerIn'hnpe Check, with the park minerliitendetit -

shows" from the U..S. of this nature are planned for by the IS youngsters<< helping of controlling this about regultitlons
Joan celebrate her eighth and the bent flailing. arms ,.
We know what they mean. But tele- the fall but they are few and far between awesome problem' K..kffifUI I -

vision people nay they are giving the in the steady diet of "escapism"that I birthday Mrs t>yal wa .....lld In I II ha* ordered each of the "'..1'Jou.a -

public: what it wants. I If what we is being fed to American viewers.Perhaps I caring< fur the guests by Mr*. ', | troop the< *Ut command.nthoughrxit \ to PT.-

want Is "escape"-we've rot It. But those of us who are weary H........ Crews Mrs Ales Le- select those Wad tn their
with the constant stress on escape are hanky Mrs. Carolyn Karl-
die-hard for "
only a glutton punishment scnu where the mater numb
would choose to escape! with '"Thelofunsteu" to blame for our own plight. (How mar Refreshment and Mrs. Job of Lynn. r of wreck: hive orcurrIn *-'

after viewing a really' worthwhile birthday and assign addltkvwl -
or "The Adams Family" in rake and .Ire creiun w.r..rv the pelt YOUNG HO !
"My( Mother The Car" -as well a. entertaining pro- ed to the children.Mr persr* nel over and a-
a..tll'nrd l l
such the bore tho normally
gram : as are presented on and Mrs. Harry raulk
Be that as It may, the American with spwlfie Instruction to
splendid Hallmark programs, have nor and children spent last
public must have somehow convincedthe 'II
rtLaudrrdale. rigidly eofort the law
weekend with relative In
taken the time to our
express appre-
broadcasters that it wants escape, 'I Troopon will poly particular '
and that's what we're going to lI'et- ciation to the sponsor. or the producer Mr, and Mrs. Lee Fluke. of attention In .th xie anckf.nthluMola

I if it kills us. Few' I if any we dare say. No wonder .............11I. irpent Tuea the TV moguls think we prefer Lucyto with their grsmtparent Mr .lot who follows too clonelyvMatm "
One editorialist has observed : "If
Lucia di Ijimmermoor. sat Mrs. C. C Cronby Th. stop ctrn nr *t rti
It .Is true as the Frenchman said, that 1 all to !the right of war
A little escape may be a good I thing Crnaby and their guest fall' ylrlj
every country haa the government, it every now and then. But we can't help pent Tuesday night and wad lneedsy .l- trrtw seer the renter ItowbDproprrly

deserves it i ill hard to counter the wondering If American viewers really I at the laka cottage of ehan .n Isn* and PUT THAT 'YOUNG HO1 SPIRIT IN YOUR CAR
argument that the United State haa the Flake* on Lake Heretm i rlve. at a rt. of *j"edwhich
want to "get from it all" for
away I We were glad to learn that l i. un wful or unsafe .
the television it deserves"All lIn"
-,1 ;. Three Teat new gall by
nlnety- even out of every one hundred Mr and Mrs. J M I)yer and for the condJtfw"I

of which Is even more saddening programs coming up this new season. i llnMy Croet>y h*.. been reI I Colonel Klrkmsn atjiUvt'i"Our ,1 t: = Httindard. WhoiVsi the LarKe"

when occasional' flashes. of brilliance Perhaps it's time for those! of us who I I leased from the hoepttal sod).1'I enforcement effr>rt* this: :: for UM .ctJon-
and reality-Instead of escape would like to come! to grips with, reality 'j'I are doing< much better y.-.r ".* better then 1 per s 1-(1, know like Standard, fop
show us what the television I Mr, and "Mr.. Randolph, Croe-'Irent' over ttv? irtme' petVid. In .p '
peopleare and then to let our With '
every now e : ;r" that'.. where tiM' fun begiral new
1 .n.1 1 I b
by of )Mxvlll and Mr
I t!?*4 wed 13 hrt floor
really capable of .
producing. As voices be heard. Are you listeningNBC..ARC. Mrs. and son, ..''r Chevron' the livelier glllellne. The fueLi
Hubby Crosby ,
one bright In i than our l5 1 spot the i'
? early fall sea1 end Mrs Marls r.1I.eon oof
.....f INC ITT. rAI SIT orTNK .... ...... fll.d ...1..1, Iw "p ......... ...,... Ins ire 'lb. '.' OcsU spent Sunday sfternrain ', first .H monUw of -flS have a you leatL For sparkling' power, new
: .NT" Jt n.. I u. "'..| ........ Hlchartf ,..,- ). |h. IMf 4Tkle_....... ,la led .nmel.nlt. with Mr and Mrs C C ..
rt IT ori.omi. is F.11Y0N I I. ... ..... ('..PI" ad p..1 j ..ll--. eheJI ... paMKknl., tmre N ,nt >m> c''al.T i j I| mr k.r...,. _.....'..***!. *rr*.,-* 1 ....h .*.k far leer.I> CroebyMr. ;i Wraths over< U'ImP periodi .
IT rllaaEae. 41.16 .e ... .. .. ...... .. .: eon of ear. 4
I I. 4 rcitr4 to fit p .r / I roee .ll l l r4tart and Mrs Gordon Jon i but ;your
Lae.H.r.ld I. .. ..,_ .. year ,.
Ike', .
t. arwf r M )* f ( '44l7 T u r h r
'Ur".,. ...,..... and daughter< visited their son
r >m" .. t It* BU.M ..._ la| 5M|. Wit.... mk..d. sad tM Klrkman commented fur
.. .fUhiii/f .ffkf. tk. O qaf tft4>. .tew* j s-st! of rid Cnurt et ..,..... tn-law and dsaghter. Mr and !Uirr that UprtWt'am.' was
r)i voficit ;i'I I 1/.d Cswtri t Ktetrli. ltr. t ",...,..r. (*....." riM)4e. 'klII Mrs. Charles Crrbb. of Oalnes
(Carts l....1.. .., Mrd C* *t.r, n,.rU.. .. nr *:- I ".r ..* _.mb.r l Ifs nut a cmpalBTi but rather a
i..r..4..t. I i .. ......... veld flundsy. I 1 I ,
I f*>* Ik M J r .t r !It. I Il rilARLr A DAHrlTO'k prosram aimed at uppeTnvr*'
amen nr n >i.irtria. ....i,, .. .* >.rT. sine ....._ I I : .t tl.. flnalt /'...rtHri4f Mr and Mrs Nathan Lawrcnr "AHDARD
*''i tPVrrVUs
116rau11 i ... Taw slaw vlaintHTsii, r4 Coiietr. .r.<
C I THr.IUU.I": : TH. STATE: I..._a.. whtM ..l or .ISlR11J4 ... 1 .. .. Wednesd..
W.I..t turt. et.rk.l !* nt tk efrruilrrtl en pett x mght as
1'(.' runes LMIM 11.1_. /... .. .., Mt.r..I4 ..... TAWN SHAW I of Mr and Mrs C C tee hntc'J'end' will incl'xl t
I* Cester Street i iT. 1.' r s|.lr.j ky flk B LAW* -f III IKivfli walwf l Slr..lstark guests the u.. of at] ar "'M{ equipment t iI O
e.aard.ili., y.w J.rf >, r...rel. ..d ik. rwisf I*,| .. rlnnd.Atf.r.g. Crwfcy.Mr .
.. .., .. .. such a* 'rcraft! unmarked '
.N .r..p un. IN .
I ..011W. r.r 4.y'...... .... I P.e.dar.A_ rM tf- *w/1. *. h." 14 ., f. fee 4 Plaletlff and Mrs. R n Crosby patrol oars ant speed rh'
an4 children were Sunday radar un1&aOomm.aMr'f' >
......* of Mr, and Mrs Le, J
Klrkrmn emctuelft -
4R144 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH d,1ak..1 their summer cottageon by nybMr ...It.. our .
Lake .
d ESTABLISHED 1879B. hopa that all drlvtrs srUI reenrnr .
and Mrs. Charley: Morris ,
their mponstMlMy rn "
acme of Houston. Texas are rioting
v L MarTMrar. Korroe AMD Pu**>I..._ Mr and Mrs W C Wart" ..ndHI' rinrida traffVl safety prob- I
tarns and will loin wKh IM by .

Le. d hI.OI11sA'I O ..*.... WrKKLT NW.. ."AMS1 rUX.I..... Coe Mrs., and Leah Mrs. Brown Pete Barton of Jacksonville eall1U1'Unw thetnv.|re.. pro. 1 .

cuE TIMUOUSL U..... T... SAM MA.maaaPv.L.Mt. pert and lawfully uvr1' au. -. .41..r/W.. : .. L.i t1 .. ...j
o Is ipvndjna sums Urns ---........ .. -..
htahway at all tlnvw. -
wills Mr, and Mrs. J. M Dyer
KACH TMW..D.T AND KWTCSIB A* ._o.. CLASS Mann AT TUB Mr, and Mrs. Charley More I

P0.'? omct AT .TABK* FLA. U"o.. ACT Of MASCM s. ISTS.IN ru and Mr. and Mrs. W C ''Tttr. sighs rfiivr" rr IIM K. G. DUNCAN AGENT

Ward vfatted Mrs, wards bro ,
Uwr-Ia-Iawaacl. Mr. and aelxrl yevr f.* rllRfUK .. raTCR-
OUTBIDS TKADB Rna CM'* Tat .A $40 . UOMTUe) MJ Mr, Ctsurta Moors, of Tp-J i I >K f_ .... TEf.ur J STARKE, FLA.

Fat week. '"j J,.OKA.....


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r.iK ':lf;ll'r nit.\nrour COUNTY TIn..EORAPII BTARKK:, FLORIDA

them northeimtprly Declaration of Taking, npix.lritapiiralDpm
vvyvvvvyvymyyvmv I Lang; all of Macclcnny and' members are fateful to Rev. hereinafter dearrlbeil. and 81 rti-ir 87' on" a Untunes' of 47.4iI. fret. north nip and norlhwemprlv anti make Curb Or. ,

MI'.. Lornne :Jloalcy!\ of !Max- Sampson, and all the churches 1 following percents together. .. .."1 I 477.84 feet )o the "ml .f ...Id alonfr .,it-l"l <*iirv. through der a. the Court daema proper.All .
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED nil unknown peraona ,iMirvi run thence N. ItS d..1I' total central. anal of U du partial to the suit and all
vllle Margie Griflls of Law- I who help to make this a success. by through or under w. feet to the i>.- a 5.1' 21" a dlctanr of 774.07 partlea Interallied may. appear

CLAY HILL toy, and Bcrnlce Mosley of CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I .- are not known to be dead or the 4>tt..l.rly having a rnillim, "f run then,'" N. oa\ dev 33' 2'" W dollKnated.You .
Highland. 1 __ Birthday PartyMrs. alive.: flnt,1I3) feet run thence north- north Una of and each of
the .
11271 feet to you"
> KAV AKKIVAIXAir. Trudy Allen was honored .$.......," :SMIUMt-IllMH/ llrailfnril. wi'Hterly, lonK. nald. ,rurv autini Section S3 at a polnlIH2.3 commanded to appi'arby "
By Mrs. howard Padgett CarllH Manning Cunaity: Guinea A AdtlreawenHatllp through an angle l of 03 dee Oil1 from I the Anawer
and Mrs. feet westerly flllntt an to the
at a birthday dinner: par MaiHeath ItnxHTAddreaa 2\:\" a (llnlani'fl of 33114/ f..*t tn /NH corner of "aid. *leo. 311. I'ctltlun: heretofore filed In. thin .
Phone 289-4132!) of Clay HIH announce ty given by Mr. and Mrs. Hu- Cnknown (tin- north line of until ",'U"n Containing 0,S47 nrre more or cause In the entitled Court on

tho birth of a won Carllo Ronald bard Berry. The menu consistej sit,' Ifl2.1 I ill. nt a point 828.8 feet uf went mild '....... uxflimlv. of exUtlnir. road or before October Id. 15)85) to

,..................... on Sept. 10 In an Orange of fried chicken, fruit salad PniillniHeath Afldrean. Unknown Finn "erly",'II"n from 2A,the NK corner I'Hunt of way. shoW lien.what right or title, of lntare., t

Park honpHnl.. Paternal. /grandparents \ "RI) ll1a.tAlh..rt Containing 0( .042 at-rrn morn or OWNKI I) ItT: Knoi'h Strung owl or you. any you.
"()I'<'SI I' SIIOUKKMI punch. and a ,beautiful birthday ruil Anita Strong hi. wife", Al- have In and to the abovedc.wribed *
are Mr. and :\Irll.!\ Ted JleathAddrima I I.-.B, exclusive of axlRlIng WlKglna.Allca landu, and nhow rauitawhy
cake. The honoree received Unknown of oiini. Ktronii.! ; JPHHR
recentn right way.
Ponimy Lang. a .
Manning of Clay Hill. Mrs\ Smith. Susan Jan the name ahould not betaken
> 103,1 ;
,10"t t < honored a lioii.sojiun'i many beautiful gilts. Every- KIII OWNKP BY : I Horn .1. Johnunn for the usea and purposes
Bell of Middleburg Jan,,,. C. Heath Smith.TAKK .
Josephine nil/or Klmlra: 1\I,-(,'I..n.lon. set forth In the petitionfiled
lust Krld.iy; In the Is the maternal grandmother one enjoyed a delightful time Addrena Unknown Him RIght of w.. NOTlfH that a Declaration herein.. '

'jiiir*'h vard given by the ladles Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Len- and la hoping that) she will HRU KU.l That. part of: of Taking ban been filedIn W1TNKMW my fand and the
4I by
It. J. cause
">t the Clay Hill Baptist enjoy many more birthdays. IMI 10 and I It. I'pttnvlllB' ao- the aliove-ittyled Heal uf this Court on this nth
of -iUlrlnnuthorlty
tart announce the birth a Unknown rnrllni tip plat rpfordad, In Plat the I'etltlonem the | day of September. A.D. 1! AS.CHAMLKM .
'min-h, Games were played son also In Orange/\ Park. Maternal SRI 103.1Jeaan : look 1. >'..... la of the. iiuhllfrornriln of. I thane proraodlnKi. I A. O"'RIIYCLr.RK
,nd* prIzes awarded to Millie Mr WlKfflna of Bradford County for the taking of the. aliove-rt' OK TUB CIKCfITCfHTItT.
and grandparents ore I 117 Manhattan ,Avenue Klorldit, Mrrlhft landu for the .purpaneart IV ANT FORnitXPriUlD
Wilkinson Carter and Mrs., Luke Johns of Mid- TilE RIGhT I'OINT for the Now York New York Lyliur eni-li. nliln of anti within forth In the I I'etltlon In thUcaiixa. t'Ot'N'tY1FlilIti
M, Howard Padgett. )KKI (AIM 40 Irft of I ho survey linn of I via:. A. right of way. lA
dleburg. write.Coma In and
way you Araoln' Heath llollowayAddreaa state 1-1<...1 Herllon 825 1\1I'> the honoree opened I sritritlSR! : BIRTHDAY select your favorite KSTKIt-: Unknown Kalil.., aiirvvy line being. de..rlh..ct. for a portion of ald ,I arhyClerK

11: many gifts refreshments I'AKTV BROoK fountain pen. TKLKGKAPII. HUM 11)3.1) IIH follow\ : State Koart. Ilradford (fount (SEAL)
tvcro served to tho 30 guests Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dixon lenin J. JohnaonAddreHH Hriclnnlnir..: on the west line of I Florida. and that the one of Ih"JII" Eugene K. Shaw,
U. I'ntten.
t'nknown Hrf. 35. T. B H.. It. 21 K. at a
i" tending. honored their son. Bobby 118G.G feet southerly froniIhe """ ii f the I'lrrllit Court In County AttorneyKtarka
HUM U'.I' 1 1Alonaa point
bur- of ail 101.,. .1%. the Kluhtll.: Judicial. Circuit of Klorldi.''' and
Among the guests were Mrs Michael wlt.h a surprise HtronirI I N\V corner .
"l day Kriica, J. 1)
Plastic Notebooks the 22n
2.20 at U.eTeh'ral'b will on
59' R.1" B. Klorldit.
N. gft let
Street thence
I is! Houth 17th run
Lang'a grandmother. Mrs. beetle and oyster' roust at their A. 1'). 1505. at Bnlldlns'
17 !lt'g of Heptemlii-r
Kiutt. (II'''n If". N. J. .")6.10 fnot run thence < Florid..
$ l Kirkland; and Sherry Kirk- home Sunday afternoon. Those A- i- $Hltl 1S0.1 19' 5.1 K. Mil.47 feet to the ID-3D: ) oVIot'k A M.Court In houne the Bradford at Of Tallahassee Counsel, for the petitlontrs,

land and Mrs. Norma Joan enjoying the ocrnslon were Alice "mlthAd're. beginning of a curve conravcto County connlder .aid 9/9 4t 9/aO
radium of Starka, Florida.
and ,' ... lTnknownHltD the NW having a
Mrs. Joyce Cornhannlng IM TUB rorTV Ji'IMJKIMP ISO,1 .
family. Etta Georgia Inspector Decorated I I city. ,... OF- lilt"UFO'II' Hunan Jane. Smith

Soulter and grand 'hlldrcn of Capt. Willie J. McFadden of Church NewsPlea.sant votary. ri.,\. Adreaa (Unknown!
IN lIlllit'l5i ( i
HUM 150.1
STARKEBUSINESS .l.ick.sonvllle and the Dixon the Inspector General Section, I Grove Methodisl In He: K.,tafn of HflllRlllJUOltNARI : slit) iita.l.: highS vi SSiuy ..' .., "vi- -' .--r -
film lly. Fort Riley KOJI. has the ChurchServices will be as ) MNV1>KH. Dnreimml. That part of: :

Medal pinned on follows Church School 10 .. All that portion of I the tallow ; I IDOINGTHINGS 1
Bronze Star : a. '
? nirnWe: 1 NOTWI-J TO CIIRDITKR8 ins deHfrlbed plet-e of propertythat
to learn of by MaJ. Gen. Jonathan O. m. with Supt. Leo DeSue iff All pnrnonn hn\lni clulmi "I'' llea Went of the S. A. L.. THE DIFFICULTWAY ?
were sorry
dflmnnd .
against tile entate oHf Hallway to-wlt:
the tragic death of Preston Seaman commandlrna 1fenel'a.1.1st charge. Morning service at 11. .bfrt Sterna. Hnyclnr, ilwcwiHLd. .
Commence at the 8R corner .
DIRECTORY Infantry, Division. Capt. Evening service 7 p. m. with are hcrnhv notlflfi
i PiKlgftt! Sunday night when and NW'4' uf NWI4 Mec..311. T. II M. \
required to rile their
an automobile hit him In Mlddlebtirg. McFadden Is cited for duty in Rev. J. D. F. Williams, pastor ,' "lmM'n' the ofrii-v, of tin It. 22 K., anti run North .130 ft.

Mr. Padgett lived In Viet Nam December 1D03 to in charge. ShLrlle Tyson. re County JtulKii.: of Until rn. for..a point of betrlnnlnir thence.
run Went 540 ft., thvni-e run
all his life and November 1964. lie Is the husband porter.Mt. County. Florida, In the County! North 450) feet thenra run Raat
AI1T() KKI';; A IKS Clay County Court tloimf at i4tarke. KlorI '-
was a member of the Black of Gloria. Chandler Mc- PlsgaJi, AME CAurch <.ln, within I fix calrnilnmonth .I >40 feet thence run Houth 450
from the lnt. of the, feet to the Point of lieiclnnlnir.I.ylnic .
daughter of Mr. and The Annual Duel Day celebsation -
Church. He Is Faididen
Pond Baptist
Earl's flrnt 1 puhllciitlon' thin notion I (I II North of and within
Garage survived by one daughter' Ber- Mrs. Ilarnton Chandler of this of Mt. PiSfc-ah AMEChurch or the mime II'r bnc-oiu, volt I 4O feet and ((2> aolith of anl ,

AM. KINDS) OFAUTO nice Manning; two sons J. C.. will be observed on the arf-orillnfr to law within 3H feet of the aurvey
I Itoud H cllon
This Hnptcrnhnr II, 1555. line of State ,
KKPAIItVOKK and Charlie all of Middleburg; speedy recovery. I fourth Sunday September 26. "'lrMIlIbll".II"n, : HiiptcmkeIB ,' 21t105-200i. eald. aurvey linn being

All Work Cunranteecl five sisters two brothers and Rudolph Whitehead foil In In the afternon' a church will I 1 flfllS! deafrlbed. aa ifollowvlleirlnnlng : rt
/5/ Rita H. Snyder l no the went linn nf t
1'ltone OBB-2IQt! seven grandchildren. his buck. yard Sunday after, render service. r<:xa 'utrlx nt the l.ant. Will amTBiitami'nt Section 30. T ft H, It. 22 K.: at.

So. Walnut. SlarknAUTO I Funeral services were held noon und was unable to stand The week leading up to the of rtobert Unman a point 665 fifl ft. Moiithetlv. .
Snyder, rl0r. ..aaifl.llolllH .. from the N\V corner of auliiHuctlon ,
in the Mlddlcburg Church of ..up. Ho was rushed to Clay annual observance the following V. Knight :an. run thence N Hfilie. ,

;ERVICFGilbert God with Rev. N. H. Harris Mumorlal, hospital in Green churches will .render service Clarke, Florida 61' 63" ":. UII.IO fl. run t
Attorney for Kxm-iilrlx, thenra N. 87 d III' B.I" .I'! I
I and t Rev. Bascmoro officiating. Cove Springs: and had' to return for the benefit of the An- 4/IV it to/ 141.47 ft to the beginning ur..1n

S. Brown Interment was In the Black Monday, for more x-ray, nual Drive: Monday night, curve to the NW havinga :

Pond Cemcterv. Our deepest and tent on hilt hack. radius nf 477.44 ft.. run thenienortheaaterly I
Lennon and congregation -
"Sfamliml Oil) prvl..oStatlfln/ Rev. LevY'
north and' north-
sympathy Is expressed to the Little Vetrae Royston was of St. James AME It K: H O .. I' '1' I 4) \ :weaterly: along aald curve I ,

ATIw\S family. rushod to St. Vincent's Hospital Bn It ..... veil by the City through a total. central. angle of ,
Lake .
Church Pounci
of the
of .
city Burke
TIRES & IIATTKRIFS; Attending the funeral from Wednesday night for un services and Allen Chapel Florid', a. allow: f 92 77407> II'flli.: 31"to tha a end dlatanoa of until of I 'Today driving nil around paying bills Jn
Budget Service I. That
purnunnt to the oil
appendectomy. ,
Clay Hill /were Mr. and Mrs. AME Church Macclermy will curve run thence N 05 :r
Phone !i-7071 LIttle Allen Wilkinson son Charter. Mecllon 3(1( of Mil hi I'hnr sr. W. i 113.71 ft. to .d"or3i I large sums of money in
Mr. and !Mrs. carrying
Hardy Padge-tt cooperate. Tuesday night Rev., ler IHWH, aalil ( 11 Y rounc.ll flinli.. person-or
07 N. of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Wilkinson that line or aalil. Hec. 35 at a point
> Tfinpla Kturko Howard Mr. and Mrs. It In nereniiiirv to Improviunit outdated
Padgett Thomas and his congregationof 34433 ft weaterly. from the ;Nl'corner : : pocket or purse-are as as
conmrurt' 11 newer your
broke his arm ut school: .y.I.1I1IoILlI.1 .
Frank Carter Lela Mae Carter nf aald Kec 95.
Antioch Baptist Church will conatrucM and maintain. water -
HURST'S Containing 0.5.1 ucrea more or the horseless carriage.
Wednesday. ,
Kdna Blackman Mr. and malna In the following I looailoim
Thursday night .... .
render service. I.- exclualvn of exlatlnic road '
Homer Lee Padgett was within the City
Mrs. Hiram Padgett! Mr. and and! congregation r/w. a. and
Service StationGas Rev L. A. Sampson to-wlt.: account Iiere today
hurt during school last week Open a checking ,
Mrs. Homer Padgett and son Chapel (I.. ) Commence a the oorneiof OW.VKIl HYAlbert: Heath.
Oils Lubrloatlon William Padgett, and Gracel.anA' anti, was tn It en to an Orange :: of Call Ktrcet and C'olley linn I'aullnn Iliialh. Finn lint all bills conveniently and safely

_. I'IIII.I.IPS "iio" Park I Hospital for trrainert. AME Church and Rev. MeKiiluht and proceed' Hnntherlv I alim.*. He M.,.. Heath Hauler nay your

ItOAH SKRVICK surgery/\ liwt week In Kt. Vin- Mt. Zion AMId CliuTch. Law- lo "")9 1'1.1'.1.. tbeiice. H.Milh H' her huwhand. Arxola heath' I

Mrs. Th'lmCllrt..r, antifamily ) cent's I Hospital and is lining yey will render service. Friday long Uny of (. Hreet' Streeth tn the Interaecron llolloway. II J. Himth,/

SHEET METAL WORK were visiting/ her MIster Elder S. White and con- ee Jamea C. Heath
very well at thin writing. nlBht ( ) f.'onimem. Mt the Interaectlnn ;
lilt II 111.I II la hi ofVn,
Mrs. Carolyn Howard ofMiddlobnrg of ('..lIey I ,
Irving I'ailgett, was a recent nrriratlon will hold service. H.I anti Wll That. part of:
afternoon linn Itond. anil proceed Kaat UD: <,' I
Thompson Sheet Sunday patient In St. Vincent's Hospi' Slln flY Hftcrno as 15 p. m., fuel nlonw W i icon itutu"ii.It' Commence at the NR < orner. ,)f
when their laughter Alicia, NI': 's of NWS of 1>I---, forplace ,- ..
tal. the Dlstilrt Supt. and the > 'omnienre" nt Ilic inter" ,
Metal Works was riding 'a blryclo and wan I Hecllon ..r I'u wnl I Street, am..1 of beginning run thenWeat 1
I'KKSON.\I.H: : ronnd-CRiitlnn' ( of Pleasant! I'tt'it,.r Ktreef Tn feet, thence run noutlirlv .
All lilt Iby a ear driven by Mrs unit prn<'eiMouth ." I .10 feel thence. Runt:
Type MelalVork hold run
Methodist will I I. I 1-elcrKon' ,
Trudy Crusby, of. [ OI-OVP Xtrettt them BANK AT STARKE
Mildred Padgett. Alicia. was .0111 Weal along 1-eternon. erly' 75 f...t, thence. run North.
: Mtrenl
FABRICATION rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital Branch vbiitod( Nellie Wilkinson M-rvlce At 6 p. m, the Baby I then portlona nf Sleuth lute. Ita- 18* feet In the point uf llegln I I

AND INSTALLATION and Everett Manning und, families Content will terminate.' Plat anil a. portion of iiatwooIttlulivi.lon fling lying and being In NIC ,
& Air for treatment and will I $ a. ,, corner of NKS. of NW ... of HKHHirtlon
Ilcntlnp Conil. more pnrtlviilar
SyatrmnTh. .. last Wednesday, afternoon.Mr. Please watch this paper for ly : 3.*. Townahlp: S Uouth.1
remain In the hospital for several anpeara upon, the Inappei One of 31 Bunk of the Florida National Group I
P64-07H Rd. 16m-Rt. 1
the Kange 33 _
and. Mrs. Allen Carter other announcement of plat, Inthe. ('II y of Klarke' ,now Kant. I
days,. We wish her n anti family of Jackxonvllh, Annual Obwrvance. Rev. Kill- ..()," rtlrttie' cur ....11. MtaVke, Ikying weaterly nrVand, -Ufcln4l v > \
Florliln I > feet of the curves line .r Member Federal) Depot m.uranc.COrp t \

I I visited Mr. and Mrs. Klmer I logs pastor.. ld> I'ortlnnn of Ixilewoml. Huh.dlvliilon. State. KoHd. Nertlon a*S05J(10l.aald I ,

Carter Sunday afternoon. Also Church which I.. situate North Kiirvey line being deacrlhed '
Free Cannon Truth nt Idilford Iliiad. which will .hv ... follow:
visiting! the Carters were Mr. of God In Unity A Song .locatnd' on a portion of 11...- lieginnlng on the aouth line. of
SHRUBS A and Mrs Randolph, Crosby of .service was held all Free Can- dale, Nlreel.' Kverareen: Hirnct.and 1I..n.1. 3*. T II H.. It 22 K: ll,.
Long Rranth., Woodlawn Street' In stiltiauih.ilvlaion ... .a point. illj.l: ft weat from Uf
/ non Church' of God In Unity.Sept. Moutheiiat orner of aald Hi'r
IHJKIM) ; Tim: NKXT o WKHKSIIAVK : We were !glad, to have Mrs" ((5-12. The BSA Gospel
; YOUR SmUJIllllCKY Kd.sthnm anti chlldrnn, of Penney the Moiithaaat nrner of l 2, :3.1': 3>" W 111r,811: feet .to the. Uere's I !
Hliwr.s of Jiwk.HonvllIc, end BhH'k X* of Temple'n Addition. beginning of M curve- un.. .avto ",
Farms und Mr. un,1IrH.! how to
other groups" apP" are Richard Mosley of Highland/ : North ..I..n..Inu.. Htrert' I.I I.. 477.46 reid. run thence northwseterly. -
SPRAYED WITH\ OIL with us in Church Sundny.' At attending; experienced an I the point of Inl.u..llun with north and norihtiuilerly !-
enjoyable time The pastor Andrawa Htreetf along iiatd curve, through
ton.llln'eWall/ 01, and the beginners :' to all ( > Commencai, at a point a total central. angle of 53 deg walk out of a

To control scale insects, white fly, red spider anti won the banner. and officers' ore iwateful North of I l'al.w"1 Mubrilvlnlon 4.1' Kl" a dlatance of 71 1 In feelto
CIUJ"j' who cooperated to make theprogra and proceed aloiiic the end. of aald .
curve run
other insects shrubbery should be sprayed during ence Lang wort huptlzpil Itiilford Road to llreen
at a suecesa.-ReV." S. AcreHiihillvlKlnn thence N. HI) di-g 10' i 3" K: Walter
tiny In Bluck Creek nn.l .ant the entln-ly ..f 374.31 f..t to the beginning$ ,.f Jim
the next t fi weeks Oil healthy
spniyH now can mean Martha Robin- llreen A ...
White I or Hllhellvl..l..n a. "-r' '
luwnhlp was held. for him Sunday -i | a curve concave to the :. W luiv.
vigorous! growing plants" this! sprintf. Oil 1, son ri-poiter. I map ,located .and alttinlc/ 'in (the Ing a 1'.1111.I nt 477 4* r...... run
nightMrs. \ 'lty hell Htarke. Kli.rld.i.. thence northeaiterly., north ,,,mlnorthweaterly with
Emulsion is the most economical That. portion office a
spray. Hiram Padgett, anti, soil Greater Alton Clwpel AME from the of KrameeHtreet along *ald. 'iir\e. I
Church Rev Ii. A Interaecllon' of, through. a total central. .angle
the woe-burnt in Slark Rppemnn Konrt to the Wemei.
.. ,
Florida f ii!'l I dg I Of 49'S! il dlatamc ,t
FREE. ; INSPECTIONS with her son-in-law, and daughter \ pastor-Sel'vlcl'll will be as follows Iy honndary I'arkwond. of lila 5H and Sof 9 7433* feet to the end of aalilcurve brand new home '

iMr and Mrs L K I'ad-! : Sunday) School 10. with more pnrtlrnlarly HtihdlvlKlon..ln>wn upon a.. run thence N. no d-g. 31 '

CALL Pest !tell and won.Mr Mrs Fannie r>'le..'tj'e. mtpt. In that map of the City of Hlarke eii W. 1.03044 ft,...lo (the beginning .
In .the office. of the r'liy f'I'rk of a mirve .uuv.t t to the
CosraSro: and MrllVillllln1 t'nr chnrae: MorninlllM'Yke.! at It Much' work being reiiilrei' | | to "HK hating a radius., ..r '1l" -i.. without

964-3965 rlxh and family visited In The Choir Union will be held promote. the public welfare I und, ft., run thence n'irthwu.uut"riy I ,
health of th.' north and norlht-amerl' ) alongaald '
& fllKMH'AI:! ('C). Avon Park recently. (l" 3 |p. m. All members and .a re.enI,1.tim City. of ..Mtiirkfanil f U (Iii). curve. through a total, tot

frlrwU Invited to attend per front foot. him, I In...,, ..xtlmiiled I Iral' angle ,..f 'II deg \tt' '>t a spending a
for anld. oneli u' Inn I dUlance" of 417 14 fi-et. ,I.' tin ".nilof
Evening service<< 6
p. m. 3. The materliiN. !I.. lie "it. ,1 Ha.hi curve. run then. :N IIdig 1
Th11 rnd.av nlBht. Sept. I are' brick, cement' I rite ii 1,.Oiinmlna 5K)' K: 4214'I f. ."' fi'
.. clay. pipe. metal pipe' the beginning. ..r a 'u.. <.'. in cash !
<> Junior Church will render<<
metal. a nil rniiRh. lumliei, ".av* to thi NW having a ra
Gospel Program at 8. Appearing S. That each pent.. rt>' owtiiM. hue .if Cli. ,1 f...,i. ,.un thenranortheaaterly

FOR ALL YOUR FARMFertilizer will be Bethel Baptist Mhnlt he chiirMred. f] its, |tar fmnifoot .TI I 'th and nth,
upon the propel" Iv hern-fit I wnatcrl I ) along ald. ur'..
Ohtircii Choir nnd Junior ted or' the .pronerliihiittlnii, t through a total Mitral angli ,f '

rho-lr. and. Pleawint Grove Cl.Illd I Iniln, ovement. .-.
4 That. a .puhll I. b.-iinm i,' i h. 4
Methodist Church Junior nit for the tl day ,'i' >C. iii.-mliei$ .

Choir The public Is Invited to A i H lit at 7 on IM .n .ib. w AUTO sum.y INC, .
"'11) Hull. 'Kiill'llnn I in, t I., '". UftDCRS MANDWAMI AND SUPPLY
& Seed attend of l4terkI"Irilt' | ... s. I u, I
Antioch DnpMit I Church. time I annn.l' un ...bJ., ">"lie
may he ,,".,1.. i to annl., I impr, ..".
HPV Thorn.. pustor Sunday iiicnla :

School wan held at 10:1(1: ( with '.> That. the Mfoiuul. Not. .T-T
.if l-iil.ll.I I I I llearlnit I I iii.. ,,ii t h. pub :
Supt Willie Brown in charge.At .
IlKhed .mice. prior I.. the dtitci .
You Can Depend On 11 the m"'l.'mRe was delivered >f h,.nrlnv In 'the )irCdfos'd

by the Missionary Rev. 11. Cnuntv Tel.Krupb
II. That .a i-ertlfleil, opy if I II I
Anderson. At 7 p. m. the sermon ,the Ttemdutlon he ",'r.1 uponlh ,

was delivered by the >- nilniitcii, of |hue "meetlnK ,
nat..l I thl" 7 day ..r Meptrm
pastor Deacon A. C. Carter' ber. A I>. iSiS I

itnd Mrs. Sarah, Prince -were ,',\ III. HI'ltSTChairman. ,
( I I iVmncllMKKKII.t.
visitors In the services Sunday ATT5'IST .

Help You Produce More, Profit More You Can night, along with other members City Clerk. riVAIUV: << I II I

Visitors! are always welcome -
Depend On Us For High Yield Fertilizerand the fi.>reicf>inv I I" a true and
,, .
>rn-i I "npv of Heaolutlnn. unnlm
Seed to Step Up Returns Per Acre and Antloch Baptist Church will hold services Thursday night I ,I'ouniil. ..f 'the City. .or HtarkePtnrldil .
I In reaular' : aeaalnn aaMnihli a-****** COLONIAL
You Depend On Us For Practical Prices Sept 16 ot Bethel Free Will -,l nn the 7 day. nf j>ep'imber When you own your lot free and clear you I

Baptist Church. All members A n ISiS don't need rush. We handle everything you I I
Merrill F.dwardaCltv : .
ire asked to ple'lCOpf'rate.. Clerk, pay for your home in convenient; !!,monthly pj y.ment .

Mrs Jessie Mae Barry re- (Corporate[ Weal" t.. Wide selection of inside finishing

Hrter 'lit '.lS .... eav14
S. e
p.s options.

Let Us Spread Your Fertilizer With/ New Bethel BaptUt Church lTHU r"U"'T ('OIHT. nv ., I Our complete line of new model for '65
Tin: K.K.II rn Ji IIK I,tl. CIRiir. are
There *
will\ be benefit pro- I i% AM PillS H n tii.POIIII all illustrated. In full color in our new catalog.

Our Modern Spreader Truck gram for Florida Suntfay:: Normal Sept.College 19. at 2:30 All: \\\I 'toisTVt. O. N.1AI.TATK noRm" ,. Ask Us About Our I'' It's FREE! Send for your copy today.

: His \1> I>KKTMRNT ;:-
It's Very Economical! churches<< In the city are asked' P.\ OF

toi pn.rtldplThere will be a KlAiniHA. FINANCE PLAN s _. __
i Agency. nf the AU COUiCT 08 WIlTS TODAY.
IIIkt"t'" State.n of _ _ _ _
The Annual Duel Day activity and Terms As Low As$1O.OOMonth Jim U Jl r I'orpnrmllna ST
KKAnFOlin rOt'NTT.
was & nicceHs. The total
a 1..11.1. "ulooll..I..nof ,
SEE US TODAY FOR ALL YOUR amount naistxl Sunday was 1. the. Htate nf FloridaPetltlonere. ,

080 12 As a reault of the contest OF XOTICRI Rfl.Kl W1 All Of'1"' 0. WHOA t d 4.. .a.i
t<< ML*!. Linda K. Denktns V. NISI: f 'TI) St PH y t...cirrbr
was crowned :Miss New Bi>
Church. Mrs. Queen > .K OK nT no. 1 1iti : 32S1 'eat Heater AOOUSS.cny. .
> .:K.I>IM..II .
Esta OrefTi. The piin
imd winner" was Miss Gloria OF THE: STATE I't"t Dces ..eopiu.aet A.ti '.uI'et )Ji \ *

E. CummliMs. wit1' Ion.v Litthw. OF\ FI4)RIDA. I Phone: 37-1111 I _ _
301 C CAll STMONi
was Miss Marion: Jenkins with anuS nkrtiea Claiming or. ha Tina. ; I ttism

any right tttle. Inter**!, eoiaie. i ,
\riAln Jiiikliu RI'On i >lO I Ilh .
mortvace or other lieu t<> an '. -
! .n The 155kMZtM.'Iit.. & eu\4 .M. vvrtaJai par..l. nf h...1 I


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-fHIADI"OR cHUN1' 'I"fIf..wHtArR, WTAMKR. rtxmm ___ __

....yyyyyyy .yyyyyy thize with them in the 10811.I I Patrick. William B. (Pat) Patrick : training at Gunter Air 1'tt'ce'f Donald E. WUkison, son ot Mr. house remodeUnff. 1800. ment benefit of $1O6. She will C South nan. It Kant: *t V'f

Mrs. Paul Dtnklns. Jr., and : has 'ibeen transferred for Baa In 'Alabama as a U. 8.. and Mrs. Bennet L. WUkison I Building Permits July 21, Lester Leach house r receive U7. O a. month If shedecides map hook or I, j In>fc't CUrk rmiuNlail i>ru<-*Ie I, Tub-if'lnl
LAWTEYBy David of St. Augustine spent service in the Philippine Is Air Force medical:! services of Route 1, Lwwtey. 'recently conia'uction. >L.80O.iJulyr23 to wait until she la Ito rt,n>r
Carl the weeend Carter..cri>.*
Enia Bianchard amt Mr. and Mrs.P. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ogllvie County High School Airman I course at :the>.V. 8. Army I addition. : benefita when she la 60, Df Pnrm-loMur, entered In moka
Mrs.U Dink I... of Jacksonville were SundayVisitors fiapp fecent3y'completedbask '' School of the Americas in the New home construction led July 36. Whitehead Broth. her monthly payment will'be pcniltM of which In said Is Court Ml
t,1AAlAUaa aaa.uataaalUFIHCATiON ford Maxle Reddish of Ral- of Mr; and Mrs. Luther -. military .training. at I Panama Canal Zone .He Is regularly the Jist of building permit M- ers, construction. on 1: >fneat $7o.90 If she waits until she Mum*.*, in... a Florida' ourp"**
spent Sunday with her Hiniard. LackUnd.oAFS Texas. a signed, a supply sued atthe City Hall during Pats buudtnr. .1..TtO. U 81. she wilt get $31.70 a etlon. I'talnllff.. Mildred YL Hank.r Willi' ''.

First Baptist SET Church McClellan.Mr.parents, Mr.. and Mrs. L. M. Staff Sgt. Grady Macll Paul. sergeant. In Company A. 13th the summer' months. Seven July:: :36. Arthur Masters con- month. Once a widow receivesa .U."k.UO"...n, hill and wife, D.f.nd.nt..
The 1 ey and Mra. Pauley have announced included In reduced beneAt! payment. end the docket number. of
Ckxnoiissarvinan 3rd class Special fXuxnaOroup (Airbojnel new ihomea were tractor, eleotrloai work on
set Sunday Sept. 26, for and Mrs. Wallen .
has Sapp 'the ,birth of she will redliCedpayment. which l is No -
a son always get a
dedication of the new 'building. 1 and Leslie were visiting Mr. Stewart Obed in LampenpfUem. lawrenoe a. Kelly USN eon of 1st Special Forces in the flat of permits lasued as James Smith& xealdcnce. This will be true WITNH5BH. my 53.n.:; .and JhoHIaUl '
Mr. Jacksonville. He concluded! Ida follow:, July :27 D. BdHarbley., house meat I of saM Court thisil
with Homecoming. and Mrs. A..c. Pearce Sun and Mrs. Albert F. Owner :
together! Germany on September even tf ahe later becomes, > .y of .epte.nber, 1545. *
of Starke graduated Aug. 6 two weeks of annual -active May :31, Lontrchampa A repairs.] SL.OOO. .
Everyone will be welcome. day.Mrs. 9. Mr. and Mrs.! Obed Pauleyare igible to receive payment ,based ("" \ )
('IIt'RCn SCHEDULES I Ruby Crews and Opalof the paternal grandparents. after completing! 15-week duty training by taking part In Bernard, house construcUon. July 29. Paramore Homes, on her own earnings.If CLERK(C'HAIU.IO UP' ciuruiT A. DARBT.COURT!
Grace Methodist: Sunday Glen St. Mary visited her Congratulations! course of Instruction as a cotnmlssaryatewarct a parachute drop over Oatun 5,800.. house oonatructlon.. / Raymond anyone has a question Ily ll..ul.h M. Moody. U. C:,
School 9:45: ; Worship 11 a. m. I brother E. J. Rauleraon. and Mrs.. Lois Colvin and Mrs. atU.S. Na drop tone.Some May :21, LonKshampa &: : Bernard f KXOOO.July about' his rights or reoponaibUlttea Herr Attorney: M. for Hobbs IlalntlffU5 '
amt 8 p.m.. !MYF, 6:15: p. m.; I family on her way home from Dorothy Eday and ,two children ) vat Schools Command. U. S. Bernard house construcUon.: : 31. Joe Morris contractor under social security, Ma Prayer Circle Monday. 9 a.m.; I a visit with her daughter in of Valdoata, Ga spent Naval Supply Schools. New Students tlS.OOO. electrical work: Joint he should write or phone the Tampa rlorlda' ills
Choir Practice Wednesday 7:30: San. Diego. Calif. i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. port. R. I. He received training May 28 Leroy Norman con DHw residence.AUK. Gainesville. district office located
p.m. Lacy Grlffls la spending a Obed Pauley.. in commissary or ani a- Receive S S tractor.\ Installation of air ., 2, ]Front"' Dodd contractor I 409 S. W. Second Ave

First Baptist: Sunday School leave with his parents. Mr. I Mr. ant. :Mrs. Willie Reddish Uon. moss manaflptnent meat conditioner and heating unlU, Mitchell,, I Lour Store nue. The telephone number. la .
10 a.m.. Worship 11'' a.m. and and Mrs. Sinclair Grlffls, after were. visiting his. sister Mrs. utttng and menu planning Payments After 18 Mra. a.'U Peek 6r. bulMlnr remodeling $, OO.Atir. 873-4308. 'ef.aH71e'r.ia l'ICC'. orT rsT10 PICTITWt'C.T11sC

8 p.m., Training Union 7 p. his first ten weeks of training Bessie Sapp, In Raiford lat! June 2. Chapman const. Co.. 3. Lfroy Norman eon- ( Ml AWN
m.. Prayer services and family at Fort Jaskaon S. C. Saturday. 2nd; U. Dew '.'1 B VcKlnn.y, Many students who 1'ft"t'tn! Starke. Dry Cleaners .retnodol-! traotor. eteatrioalwork.- ,Onar NOTIOK. ': OP. "R&tCIAItOI'IU': ': Nolle Is I. hereby itlvon that
night Wednesday 7 p.m.; Rev. and Mts. George Boyerof I I 22.eon of Mr. and Mrs. Buford social security benefits AS 'Hie' inK. lea Schmitt. "At.1I: HY './Cu" OK "IUl''IT' the undnraiarnMl., tinder the pro.
Mr.. and Mrs. Bobby Grlffls (-|>|'''' : to.'M lawn
vlilon' of fhnpt
Church of God: Sunday Plant City spent Monday of Jacksonville McKiunejr of Route 2. Starke.i children oll'etlred. disabled. or June 4. Willie Welch buildtnir ,Auc. 4. Palmer WiWamoa NofN/C$ IIKKKIirun : t1IVI! of .KliwIUa. Ante of IUI: will
School 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a. with the W. F. Moore family.Mr. I were vtslUng bee completed nine-week deceased workers,. can. continue construction-,600.. house o iuminlotlon. .l 1800. lust ii.. and 7:30: YPE Wednesday .- and Mrs. Malnes Grif- Mrs. Pearl Starling' and family to the after age Da el"y, hark' ..r the flruultCourt rireult. Court, In and for Brail-
m p.m.; during the week. officer orientation t courae at get payments June 6, MiUard Judd house AIM. 13. ritvtda Housecraft ,ref Hrixlforit ,'Oil.sty, Curd. County, riorUn. upon rrlpt *-
7:30: p.m. lie .and Mr. and Mm. Virgil M.... and Mrs. Carterof the U. S. .Army Adjutant Oen- 18 if they are attending school addition. 1700. lne.oI houserecnadeJhieV. Oren''TJ .n...rll. *. will on the Ilih d.U of proof of public-aim of
Highland. Baptist: I Grlf&s of Raiford were Sun. full-time. John W, Spaim.. Jr.. ot ttotiii-mlirr. !yea. ilurinir the this nouns th. flolltlnu nam
Sunday Ilv'ham resktenc
eiml Bonded
Clay Hill visited Mr. mad School VYjrt Benjamin- Juno 10 ..JTorlda 42.000. tw! .al ,rvi-urn ..f _!I.. .t fi. innlnUuur Harhr shop under
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 day visitors of :Mrs. Nelly Wilkinson nooiftl ecurity! dUtrtct manager lli.. .. .et1lredfurl of lawl.q
Mrs. Lloyd CriflU Sunday Hajrlaon. Ind.: Durtnti tile Pools, Holiday Inn swimming AUK. 20, Kldan app house .t the I'oult' >ll which I am .n.a.*d In hu"l.n -
a m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Mr. Daisy Bock and course he receIvedIItnictlon in Oalneaville, aivwunced 8.900. eomtna tkh6 tlv.OOO. Oiuntsr.. KbirliU." In. _. on U... Hl.hwajr. '.!. Law"
of $lt rk rinrlilit. offer .
Mr. and Mrs. Bobo ho 'ly|
Starling ..
nervtces Wednesday 7:30: and Lynn. la the 'baste functions and this week June 14. H. 1. Hartley. far Ml .n Practice Mr. and Mrs. Wise I of Klnirsley Lake .pent San.I the hl ,li..t end b_i Richard
Choir Saturday 7 Ralph l to
p. I day with Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin principle) of the 'Army's lad Under this new provision. IIOUM tm: wing. Widows Affected bidder for ....!> the follitwln ins lilK. twt.y. 1'1., "OWW"rtild ,
m. Gueat speaker at the sons were in Gainesville Starling. mintetrwUve: fMd. t'OI\t&tnect in the 1965 amendment June 3i; J. J. Ptckrnn. roof ri..'rllMxl. .|ir. ?pirty .luiM."l In ith day 01 ....1..1lemb.r <
Church last last week Rev. 1 T. I ByNew ... fc'ltirUU. ter | this
Sunday was Rev. visiting SocialSecurity Ur.itfiHil. .nl"
U. to the social security at
McKlrawy graduated A.U. 11811 Starks.IHr.drwd
Carter of Jacksonville Howe and Mr. Howehas'been I Mr* C. P. Gordon and Mra.I canatnictlon. M.SOOv will'
In the family.
from Bradford lav students continue toreceive 5, BI.H.fc. t. In sunny I bounty, florid
I Julia Lovelace crt Buimell Hhrh School tn can WWtehead BroUiers. Ind
were :3.
absence of the pastor, Rev: C. 111 but they said he July Change H/H .Hmtlun. II Township .- a .t a.ef
1961 and received fib B. 8. monthly braeftto un "" > !
Sunday visitors of Mr. and InntHllatloneleetrtesyl -, ..
!ol. Tyler who U on" vacation. is getting- on nicely now I ,. 1
The Community'waa Sunday dinner. guests of Mr. Mrs. Fred PendartrU. decree from the University of I '''they ft'IKt112 or complete. rqutpment. ,CaJ.. Barry saddened and Mrs. Sidney Hansen were I PIorJda'tht year He and his 1,1 edumtlon whichever hi reaMence. ( a ,,..iiieN of Columns by :
by who the death has served of RuaseUReckling the Mrs. Walter. Martin and Mr. .1 'wile Vtckl. live on Route 3.Starke. 'ller, Spann ctwttmued.Studettta July 6. ,John J. Itynon contractor John W. Ss na..Jii.1. oclul aw I MAY I BUILD YOU A NEW HOME

and Mrs. Ralph Martin all of -whOMei benefits ; bnlMtnir eonstruotlon, einlty1l lrt<"t timnnerer 4n '
the public position to he consrienliouHly held for several in Starke. I 1 SERCMEN I .I.were nlopprd MeoltMy J. O. Smith 9000. Gainesville' telling what" the I ONiYOUR LOT or A LOT OF YOUR CHOICE
Aviation reached- 1> and. s1rts are rontlnusnv social amendment'
'ears. The family has the Billy Wise celebrated his Structural Mechanic July'6. Edwin -Johns plumber aeourtty mws"
sympathy of all who knew him. I 13th Mrthoay t a family din AND WOHKM' I Srd 'elaas Leonard L. Marali.'"I their. eduiiiUon; afulltkne tnntailme' plumblnci J flxkurea. 1INI.1 means) It\ 'you aM your %-&I" itTTf*Jt M s?rV.* LIT Sr
/ J "T *"
is nero Those enjoying the hap USN. son of Mr. anti Mrs. Cm.e students will have to Oulf Servtee Station family.) ** '
Sympathy extended
Mrs. W. F. Moore and family to I py affair beside the family I 8. ''Marsh Of Route 1 file a new application in orderto oorner'100 and 301. irony Bradford County I
tn the Ion of her sinter, Mrs were Mrs Catherine Uyal I, State!' has reported for duty hare their puinwnU; started July II. Martha eleffertnan' widows will be dlreutly: 4'ftflt't. I
Hester Hlgh mlth. of Jack on- Debby and EJUy. and Joseph with' Air* Transport 8qudr Main. Benefit payments can (Davis Hotel)1. rapalrs'end ed by one of .the. cnnnjtvn made {
ville. I Starling. By way of gifts, he 7 at me Morrett", Field Naval be made rctroacUve to January palnwka-41.600.. In tt>auutal .Ot'm ,
Funeral services received money shower. which Air Station California.. Before 1'65.1 July: 12. Whitehead Brothers year. .. i'" j _
were held
for Sarah Marie Williams, infant planned him much. i3 .n&4I. ftlr the Navy In USB. YOUR adults. who take a kwtalllna; electricalequip- The. nw provtolon allowa' 'I. .. ;. .HW- *
Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett- Mat attended high school fuH-time vooathmal cease as ment Harold Eppa residence widow, If .h. w1i h.Ni. to Mart' -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
Raymond Williams of Jacksonville held a family gettogetherluncheon in Oalnmvtlle. Mo. .wen.. those tiolnif to hWinrrtooj July IZ Ooriie Harris gelling monthly benettta bot- l-LOCtC w BRICE

at Grace Methodist at their home at the -.:.... i or <'*>tl"ve' fuU-tlmL". are Plumbing Co., iimUlllngpKuriblrgr
Church Sunday afternoon.'They State Farm last Sunday. Seaman Recruit J T Fan- covered by the. provision. fixtures' Civil Defense Up to now a widow .Auld 4" ..::1\, and > Full Tile Bella. ) Dryer Waaataa: Wells.
have the sympathy of all their Those enjoying this event In. alng. Jr. van. son of Mrs.Dorot.h Spare ..ted. bulletin, M7I.JtUy be Allbefore Mia _lei start, I o Vkaillr Ke.. (PaneM.) '***".!} .V.
friends. Mrs. Ed Durban is cluded Williamson Mr. of and Mrs. Glenn Jil. oiMton of swrke; 'In addition to benefits dur- s '' 14. M. P.Wulkner' con getting nionthly..<>aymnla, unr I II. I fhne. l rekM (Optloaal$) 1 -Car Car Perla.Ouaten .
Macclenny Mr. less she had in h.r care. &
Mia maternal grandmother and and Mrs. I HI"mV.> (Buster) Ir i reoeiUly '5' reported to the Recruit Inc the nrtwol 1 year payment tractor vlrwtalllrnr electrical child of her dereiuMd husband 1 e Kit U all- Ganges (0piku1)Islets
Mrs. Williams of Hampton'' is Bennett Joey land Nancy iI Training Command U. S. can continue durlnc a vacation outlets Cell Defense buildllMl eligible
paternal grandmother?! i Mrs. Clifford Smith Mr and I Naval Training Center, San period of tip to 4 continuous I3.00O, AJX TIIIS FORPAYMENTS $IA Td.t
We have Just received a Mrs.. G. L.'Sapp. Mr. and Mrs tHeao.- CalW. for rime sacs of : month.. If the aturtrnt (Sill beretutnIng July 17 Mollie NVuiwortti If a. woman Wle.' to alert UP TO r..,. ...-. .. "
message that Dale Redd. el. Troy Bennett. Mr. and Mrs I basic training. After flnWilnn to ctxxil after- contractor. Installnw] pluntbtns: 'FINANCING *
her bnneflt at a.e 00. fh will WIA VA or CONVENTIONAL or
ywir-old son of Mr. and M.... Gary Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. 4. there *ve will be liven a series wardN. equipment' James smith prop receive ''a sruollopnmiMtly CHAKTEK MORTGAGE ,
rate Rexld of Macon. On., died Paul Bennett and daughters, j I of aptitude examinatioN to Spann sugiested thai anyone erty. $550.July % benelH than If she waited un.
from injuries caused 'toy am M.... Hattie Oartey. and determine which of the Navy'i having- questions about 18. Julian MoRae. ill ehe w" flJ.: .....11.... .she VETS-You Can Still U.Your GI he. -a
accident Sunday when hit by I flirtna!' Prencott. M prrlallty fiehM he will enter this new! provMcm' write or I swimming pool coitstructlon.: will be getting monthly payments Direct Horn Loan

a car. The maternal Norman'Patrlck. who to Airman 3rd clam. Marvin K. on oortpletton of recruit phone the Oaineavllle acid 13.000. over a ,tower jxrlod. BUILDERS. INC.Call
ther. Mrs O. J. .NIM// tratnin 1 i nerurlty office, Inratni at 40B July 10. Menltt: WUlltunn VAN DORAN .
MrandffiO-l Cloned at Fort Gordon Sapp. son of Mr, and ..1"1 1-r : A. an example of how the
family Phillips are pent the weekend with Thorn L. Sapp of SUrfce. ha SW Second Avn\ue. The telephone new roof aonAtrurtlon. n.w p. Their friends sympa- parents Mr. and Mrs. W been, sheeted for 'd\nit'1 Army Reserve Sat lit class IWlnberuls'I7a..U08.: | July 31> Charles BchmlttJ. cane of a Olwixt whose himtiaml

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Benefits From Your Woodman Program:

"'oodmrnward Flake To Non-profit Jroup*. *

Woodmen I"rrl'lt'nt' Two High School I American lliitlorr. Awardjt An __ '
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Wnodmen I'renent' ChrinUan nap To Church ..,fP 1 r A

Woodmen Present' Safely Awards", To School llun Drivers. "' Thi. U Your Invitation To Attend The _

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Donate (''rimpatl11e9 To Iloy Scout I<*adem. .
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Woodmen Support Old Ate Home and Children's Home In Sherman


Woodmen 1'.yUp To .1.000 Toward TH Treatment. I
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Cancer, and $100 Emergency Fond TV Members Suffering Damage;' .
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REGULAR 3/45 *300 VAN CAMP ::::' }, 7 ;' ;', .' '<' ",": :.: ', :,:: :.- '

SAVE REGULAR 23e 8-ei.
By Mrs. A. C. Todd i
And Mrs. Bill Reddish BEANIE CANNED Goods Sale REGULAR 49t 14*>t.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene!!! Norman i BEEF STEW
and children and Mrs. : : : : REGULAR 2/49 *W STOKELY HALVES OR SLICED
Ray Clemons spent the past Ip Ll
weekend in Tampa because of SAUSAGE'
illness in the'\?' family. REGULAR 49* 12-ox. .
Mr. ant: Mrs. Clinton Nor- STOKELY
man and son of Jacksonville CORNED
spent the weekend with his i REG. 39* 20-ci.
parents' Mr. and Mrs. Frank COCONUT, LEMON I
Norman after which they leftfor CREME STOKELY AG
a few days vacation at
f'0 REG. 23 1 LB. DIXIE
Keystone Heights. S -
The Hellbronn Baptist DST0R LOAF BREAD 41./ ;
Church had just completed a '
Training Union Study Course.
Sixty-four completed the work Ike rfaczTaGo Fot QUANTITY
and will receive awards. .1. PRICES GOOD 81./

Mrs. R. L. Morg-aiyls, happyto .... .....
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have Sandra Lee I 1I10ltJ) -- 1
Worthington working with herat EXTRA Ir:: i PEAS

her shop. s 1 d7....GREEN_ -STAMPS-.. : d7l GREEN. .STAMPS I I : 51./ 4
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Cravey 1 :1 1
slater 5 OX. CANS ONe B-L PK9.FAMILY
and left this week to .
daughter / 641! MINUTK' MAID' PACK v
make their home In Douglas I I I 4j Orange Delight 1II id Ground Beef (
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Oa. Their friend will miss' 000 THRU .T. ISTMATflMTW'MW OOO THRU PT. I 18TH 6/1./
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them but we rejoice with In .. .
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Mr. Crn vey's promotion. 1 STOKELY CUT
Friends of Mrs. Vernon I EX.TRA.J.'Jl I EXTRA 1 1 ;
Reddish! will be happy to know GREEN STAMPS 1 I .4'Jl GREEN STAMPS 1 BEANS 51./
-W u..w w..wN. w.......___.. / .
that she has returned home 1 .. 1
and is getting along well aftera 1 4/ 'CH'' 1 I A 4I OMKHINKLANO '/ l STOKELY FRENCH STYLE r
stay in Bradford CountyHosplta.l. 1 Coffee Rich 1 WIKNCN t rJ
1 "'1" .. 18TH'T 1 I.LT; .ooo THRU DENT. ISTTMV T'"t BEANS
8000 rT
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1 ANr wxr, .P.N. Na. WWM Pen, Na.' 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carterand I
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Lee 1 1 i STOKELY S
spent Labor Day with Rev. 1 F.4' W EX.TRA..4'Jl Ex.AA..4'Jl I I i
and Mrs. Raymond Carter at GREEN STAMPS GREEN STAMPS : i JUICE 4/S1./
Interlachen.Mrs. 1 -..N.-W.-- ......-----.. .
1 VHK .OX. PKa*. p*.. op a COON ..UIEDACOH.WNAPPEO I = : i
Ruby Rosier of Raifordwas TABTC O* BKA CHO" / 12-o.
a Sunday guest of the 1 Fish Sticks 1 Sirloin Steaks
Leon Normans. 1/ N eOOD THRU ....T. I / llaUVH+ .OOD THRU KPT. 1 I }" ,
Ida 1 IJTM: 4/1./
Mrs.' J. C. Stone of 1 ATAMYWIMM mVIV. AT Axr wmN.Nn 1I .
is visiting! Mr. and/Mrs.Georgia Vem- :...-.-......-.-....-.-.-.-:..-------..-................---. 1t j ja

on Reddish for several days. ,, .
She is Mrs. Reddish! aunt. : ", ; ; ; : : ; : "" :"':'::' :... '.,: ;Y'J.'' : ; : : : ; .., : -' ,
Church schedule for the ... .. .
week: Sunday School. 10 a. m. DETERGENT BLUE
Worship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.
m. Training: Union, 7 p. m. GOVERNMENT GRADED .
Wednesday Prayer Service, Giant CheerREG.
7:30: p. m. Nursery open at all

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Schedule for the week: 1
Sunday Sunday School, : I
Steak i
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Lb.
11 a. m. Christian Worker's .
School In Gainesville 2 p. m. l1"t
Snack Supper for MYF, 8 p. u. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS RNEi; :
m. MYl"" meetings, 6:30: ; Even-
lug WorshIp 7:30.: REG. 69* REG. 53*
Monday Wesleyan MYT" S, 595"/ Steak 98TURKEYS
Sub-district meeting, Wesley QUART QUART i
Memorial Church Lake City I i ii
7:30: p. m. i I
'Wednesday Primary and

Junior Choir practice, 3:15.: ,.. _. ... __ .. .... ,..,_.. .
0'1( 011I>11I.. ...IIHIIY.-II-. U'lIi"'JII' ...,1I .t"''!ItrJO A. : -' -:" ..... : !
Prayer meeting 7:30.: ..+ot.'I::" ,lot ......:.JIiII! .:;,... _In ";"'" ". -O; a' = "4Writr;\ / :'r.i ..
Thursday Chancel Choir
rehearsal, 7:30.FIRST: .


Schedule of service:
Sunday Sunday School
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. I
11 a. m., sermon: "The Oood
Life" [Matt. 1233381.: TrainIng I
Union. 6:45: p. m. Evening
Worship 7:30: ; sermon: "The
Plus of the Christian Life" .
[Matt. 5:471.Wednesday: .
Prayer Meet- _ LB. FROZEN39
Ing, 7 p. m. Church Choir rehearsal ;:


900 W. Madison St.

Schedule of services! : Sun- WHITI SEEDLESSGropes MORTON Apple, Peoch, Cherry,Coconut

day School. 9:45: a. m. Wor- 2 39' CREAM / "AQUICK FROZEN CHICKENGizzards
ship Services 11 a. m. and Lbs.
7:30: p. m. Training: Union.
6:15.: Midweek Worship each
Wednesday 7:30: p.m.All buildIngs Onions 5 lb. 39' Asparagus 3l.PACKAGE
are air conditioned and bag HOT OR MILD PORK (CELLO PKG)

convenient off-street parking I U. S. No. 1 GEORGIA RED SWEET OF 18 MORTON
la provided. A friendly wel- u59/

Street.come awaits- Felder you Madison Rowan Potatoes 5 lbs 59' Donuts : : : 39DRESSEfS ': Sausage

pastor. SLICED AMERICAN' 12-ox. PKG.

Coffee Cake ( Cheese. 49
Apples : : : 49' PKG. ,

House I
WINN-DIX' IT05N 1ft. eoPW."NT I.

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Rotarians Hear Traffic Cases Lions Given I TournamentsHeld Lions Launch

KEYS.TONEHIGHLIGHTS Progress ReportOn Heard In Court Driving Test At Keystone Light Bulb Sale

Keystone School Four traffic cases were trie By TrooperState yhf M Country ClubA For Sight ProjectA

Friday evening. Sept 10 In dr

Joseph B. Benton principalcf the Keystone Heights :Municipal Trooper E. L. Jones mixed bt>!It-b..U b tournament TV guest! appearance by

Keystone Heights School. Court by City Judge C. Jr.. was the featured speakerat rai was! held Sunday and Lions Club District Governor
1 4,v: was speaker at the regular H. Haberstroh. the Monday night meetingof w:1: 11 Ofcntndmothar. Granddaughter Charles McOr ve, of Keystone,

By Emily Thomas weekly 'luncheon meeting of J. Douglas cates II. charged the Lions Club, held In the s tournament bust. Thursdayat kicked off the annual Light

Phones the Keystone Rotary: Club. with unlawful speed through municipal building.A the Keystone Golf and Bulb Sal last week Seen on
hell last
Friday at BeldJer'sRestaurant.
a school: zone was' fined f 39. written standard Florida Country Club. Channel 12 in Jacksonville,

Day 473-4666 Nile 473-1589 Willie May Ooodyeor driver test was given to each ,, The winning. team in the McOlave told of the campaignheld

_, ,_u Reporting a total enrolment: :! I hayed with public Intoxication member by Trooper Jones, who q best-ball! group coming in by the group with funds
of 429 students an Increase or explained that It of t used: !in atirht-Ravlng/ project
Although the weather belies i social season was a bridge was fined $79 with $40 was one with a low 26 wall Whit Wy-
37 over last year, he stated being suspended the five actual tests given to man Jim Wuntlerllch of I In all areas! reached by the
the fact, the fan season is on I luncheon given Monday by that
although the school operating driver Gainesville, Llona <4.Buppllt'd .
us. with the first football Mi's. Emory H. Cooper and El-nest: W. Conraly chargedwith applicants. Following Jan Butts; andi
under the pupil assignment the administration of the twits.he Sal McManus by a leading light
running a red light, wan i > of OiUnesvllle
circle clubmeetings R. P. Setting for I
Mrs. Vogh.
games, parties, ani I \
system of integrationthere fined $29.! answered questions relatingto Coining In second: after u I globe manufacturer member
und the routine opang f the party was the Melf06Woman'
were no Negro! applicants the. various questions sudden death will take orders and sell kits
:youngsters to school. Club. where the A Gainesville Juvenile given, I II playoff, with a I
for admission this year. charred with operating/ a and explained! state highway ii*>t,. 39 were Ulllle. Dims Al containing eight bulbs oj as-
Ttie ladles are getting out hostesses entertained 28 guests: I I
The school has staff of 24 motorcycle with no muffler rides and regulations as well II Buc-lvmanii WIUU>y Itayives 11o/-ted wattages within the
tbrir dark cottons and the from Meliose, Keystone, ana I
City floweret hats seen in Gainesville. Decorating theme certified and qualified teachers and 'driving! \ without the corrective M Infractions: thereof. I and Kathy RecToirn.Wlimlng : I next two week Orders will betaken
with nine new teachers lenses, stipulated on Sharing the platform. with I third through the by any Lions Club mem-
for "Audubon
church since Baater are giving the party was I
accessories and added thtai year in newly created his license! wa fined $14. Jones were four members of 'playoff were, Lindsay' Walker i bet or by leaving' the information -
to Prints. with
Way plainer styles and more
tibtte colors. arrangements JNI tcohlnll. Talents courses or as replace the Lions -pol\'lot't'd Ex- k er 4e ,; ,i ; / ,..rrr b I Pansy Rawer' Phyllis lIuy at Belote Drum.
ments. Assistant principal is ploref) Scout Troop who werepresented y and Wait Huadeitbergh.Folloulint .
>,:J A trio of Keystone misses of the hostesses, both past '"""""....v..v..r
Hubert White of the annual renewal 1
formerly the awarding of I
will leave for Athena O*. Friday presidents of the Garden Club
Port St. Joe who Is !beginning NEWS NOTESBy charter by Dr. P. K. Parsons prl_. in the form, of certlflcates. .
for the nationally televised of the Lakes, was evidenced In I
his first In Th neighborhood counselor of a
the of year Keystone. the cored dish supper INDIAN BEACH
Alabama Georgia football striking arrangements f
newly organized post of guidance Helen Egan Boy Scouts of America. The 1 1 awe held by the members.
pine lilies.
game. They are Reba Hall.Jean coue
director hoi been filled four representatives' of the I Winner of the Kathy Red-
Reese and Julie Ann ( Luke Santa
Tuvaduy before last the Fe)
by Mrs. (
Helen member
Ramos with seven troop were Jer- earn Trophy for giiuidmoth-
nelson' who are going asrilests duplicate budge which .V\KP OTKNH: FALL
group I Miss Emma Kite Mantle ry Mooneytwm. Milt Zik. ers was Mrs B, P !Mrnsert. Mrs. Jack F. Miller Sr.tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
of John "CI'I'IT.E.4M.rshaJl $
Adams of meets Melrose, and is comprised -
the full-time lib 'arian. Mr Baotry Wyman. and Wayne the regular, women's meeting.
Btarke. a student at the University of players! from Key Owen Donaldson presl '
Hernandei Homer flight
is the new wlra\er was Mrs,
of Georgia. The stone and Melrose. held a dent of the Keystone Lions
kicks off the Southeastern game JJary Allen Day" honoring director of music and Mr*. Club, was guest speaker at the It was reported that Mr. Chenjr )K.; P. And )Friend Send Thanks! J. H BI tts. Winner In the 18- I feel lucky just to be here

Conference football Mrs. Gilbert M. Allen Jr. Claire M. Lute teaches the Ant fall covered dish luncheon and Mr J. W. Wlldt and Cot hole granddaughter divisionwas today lon-t/ you? Wa were
season a
.nd although 'Bama Is favored regular player who is moving newly added subjects of of the local AARP chap John Beldlcr attended the Mrs B. F AIken; with very fortunate to have eacap-,,
; toumallsm and public *pe k- ter. During the vacation Foundation Breakfast In Jacksonville Telegraph Writer's $$5 Check Mrs. D. A. Parka taking the cxl 1 Hurrliatne Betay, as we did.
one can always depend up- to California. A gift was presented
tag both high in the 0-hole Other
school course months, planning was in progress Sunday one of the gawp than a god stiff breete
on Georgia jiving Mrs.
an to Allen on behalf!
Projects completed during toward the scheduled! vents of the Lions Thirty players participated' fur several day we cam out

ent 1tThe a run opening for its event money of the' of The the Johns x River Junior c $3.000 the summer Intercommunication Included the! new and of AARP.the In two this groups sponsorshipby cosponsoring Lions Club. Local District District Governors'. Governorand MeetIng. I Buys Braces For Boy In Taiwan: In the Thursday play on ers.We top compared to some oth-

system. connecting the eight the Lions both clubs will Mrs. Charlew McOJave of, hut) a couple of swamp

school complex bulldmirs; work Independently of the other Keystone were prlnctpal participants It'* a big world but small lash but still very clear. as to PEACE ed boats this past week but

I rI 'nnditcwptng of the office and but having many of the of the weekend meet deeds of kindness still get I meaning the writer's tiaait PIPEPATTER not due) to .n storm. Three Jr.nU.l111IJn

same goals will move toward around It. were rescued from a
the! old nchooIhoiMe. including they A few excerpts:
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the application of_ nn-_n >talf__._ closer cooperation and amore YYYYYT..Y.YTTYTYTYTYMELROSE For InstanceIS from the "Th.nk.'t1'Y muck for your ICorrtlmii'd on Next Page I
ton of frrtlllrer' ; Installationof friendly- ''relationship first pay check" of a Telegraph I| kind letter of may" 10th. and err .

new book racks and painting Th. AARP Chapter sparked correspondent went to buy a with the enclosed I 5 U H Scluml IA 1 open again) KEYSTONE

In caMorltim. arid, repair the! Lkm Club light bulb an la net of leg braces for a thrre-. dollars cheek you donated This year U. Ui. 40ttt year

and move, of the bicycle rack by purchasing: the first bolt of By Joyce Row Yl"aroltpoUa victim In Taipei from your that writing article Mure the Kt'YllLoclo School has Drive-In Theatre

1 1I by the Clay Co-op. bulbs, and orders war taken Taiwan' China. I tow much It Intourti met Iam been In operation. There are

Work I I. slated to begin for many more. Mr. Donaldson P ... 478.3$911AA&jUlAl.AAAAAAAA. The child named Chrng E. sending my aprerletlona to now 4JO: puplU.. In the Key
poke on the I13.OOO Foundation Fri, Sat., Sun.
P., has been suffering from
shortly on the new rymna.i- you that means your etwt irsteinenU atone school. ThIll t year there
drive that the cluba of
him. "whlrti "will Increase the North Florida undertake each < polio since 194(3 and this was U thousands times wer 37 new pupils. Sept. 17, I H. 19

variety of sport activities nt-I District Governor Char- Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth til*, first time to have brace than Ute among of the money Wo have a new xliiclp I Iand.'a

fered by the", phyxtcn-l lea year.McGlave this hummer, Jr. wend children It all fame about when Mrs "nerouae of your kid help new assistant" principal,

tion department. Pennon on Channel spoke 12 on earlier program in Keener Reed and Grant Roy. Jack P I/nil I : 1 MUU-r of Lake ft polio child could bn slunil The &Inrlpiil. .U. Jom-ph" B In Harm's Waywith

stated H I Santa. r> received her first up from the paralyuls This nenann who live
told of the _0" the morning of 8<'111... 9. of North Little Rock. Ark. are here and
game held FrtdsV between the .. Ethel Wayman I I. chairman visiting. his parents, Mr! ant modest payment as news cor- chll named Oteng I B.!: P 3 was the rn.wliiUi.nt principal John Wayne

two vanity teem, white- and of the LJght Bulb Committee Mrs.. Grant Rothhammer, hi respondent for The Telegraph years oil boy been sitffering lira year The ojmlntiu\t. pcln>

blue lmtvlon to which wa and those wishing to' brother and family Mr and from "111I1111.a..h." ant l bean I fl'OI11JOlio dare IIM3 this l III clpal! this Hubert I) 1

a br of soap, to b*' UV'1 hy order bulb, thus saving the I Mrs. Olynn Rothhimnvr, hi wondering what she could j jdo the fIst time to have braces White who I I. from Port atJ

the physical education rlaaam buy Lions many hours of Uteri and their families. Mr "rrally worthwhile." witha from your kind linlp. The pnr- <>... FUuVIaW -

The football teem comprised work at. nights, may call h.r and Mrs. Tom Chamblre and portion of It rant tented Afr\ thanks to all have H.iU-nrd.. u> Jaiui FHEB U. B. GOVERNMENT

of 20 player, will open ILl sea- at 478-4113.: A boa of eight, children and Mr, and Mr Mrs Miller whom own son you Uvroituh ate news pniwr Gall, Mc.Murtry talk slue the UOOK CM' HkiARLNI. AIDS

eon with a acme at Newberry aawrted. I2.. By your pur- Virile Row and son Danny T C. was Bradford County 'I' Ita' alurwa on to days Olilim school has gotten all tivtercom. "Hearing lAM (Hop Thru

I Friday night, a regular Su- chase of bulba you will be J, N. Jofinoon and son EJ- Polio Pouter Boy for MS. d.! Daily New, system She iilvea the morning Ut'lMarch"

I wanee Conference game. aiding; the Loons program for' die of Winston. Salem! N C died to end a $3 contributionto I "I am busing In help>> t thecrip- levotkni over the InU-rt'cxn tUve u Writ. or' can

ben.," of the blind and those were recent guests of his the Rehabilitation Service \ plea, more than 110 polio clill- whole' lit hUtll Junta' I.I Use

needing glasses. rolher-lii-ljr and sister Lt Center In Tal|>el. Taiwan ern Is watting for service. 1 new president of our student. GainesvilleHearing

Collewt4 ariiedule of night aca- Arrangements are underwayfur CoL and Mrs E. R. Simmons China. Several month ago idle going on my work rutting from council and .In .n i n-year oldaiUor ,, !

drmle arH rrfrenher courses an open meeting ponaor and facsUF_ had met Mr Eileen: P. Y.Chrn. place to place to auk for helpa tUi* has bill plats' four Aid Co.

has attracted ovveral Keystone ed by the chapter at 2 p.m. Mrs Maurice Msytoerry hasbeen .,. director of the RSC. doctor none on very frl- student body/ ttila. year, I12G
bujlneaamen. a mo no; them Sept 24 In Lhe elvcl: auditor a patient In AJachu who was! In this country to day afternoon to examination JII''" who has. .lived In Key N. Main Oda.eUi

Pa oal Carr Bill Wolfe. Cor- ium. The public la invited to County itoipltal.( study the newest<< doveloixnents) i patients. Your cheek, give that atone all Itrr II'.. .luM, beat to 7.-OOO//

belt TerrrlL Kenny Tsrrrtl. come out and hear. an expert Mr and Mrs. B E.: Kelley In polio treatment" at Warm day "wee' first medical con 110 other IN luMil .eni''pt Key ..

and Clyde D. Heney as well i ias diaouaa the Insurance program pent Jut Sunday at Six Gun Springs and other U B crnters : f..r.nC'oc.t"urrPiie. Hh liens. tx-ru vejy active S 1--

Harry doper, of Starke. I and how U relate to Modi- Territory near Ocnla Thrwuti' mutual friends smaiUngl' lit Iwn school l year' All MURRHEEInsurance

I who joins them' In the trek for 1 car. The regular game meeting Mrs. Peggy Tledxen and they met and Mrs Cheng "I wish If poMlble MMnetlm trirtMiirti high ach.M.I:! | site hatarn

I JUNK RIG liT FROM: YOUR CAR! higher education. As well a*''' will be cancelled on this Mrs.. Pat Buitbee and daughter visited the Miller. home on would bK vUlt .galn for pre uii Uie hinior, roll In the Agency

SO CONVENIENT; ; :MANY PEOPLE' ; the faculties on the campus at', date.It. Julie, of Columbus Oa "Rants' r> lAke before returning sent swim at .mvnIUfo river Ulll glade a mil tlHIi grade she
Palatka, the college '' was a happy occasionlaat : General Insurance
has exbrrnlon China
> home to
were guests last week of Mr' With my Imameiiatlon U. > writ was president of her rluaa. anirmt'Pr
FKKI.; ; rn4It; TO MAKE LAKREDEPOSITS centers at Green Cm.Springs Thursday when so manymembers
Mrs. Miller surprised
was of the lima|I Club K-
and Mr Jimmy Price They you /a* If IJ were with you In _
THIS WAY! AND.SERVICE and Orange Park. I Iwhere attended the lunch. and delighted to ftttd how (\\f.TY 1\1.\-
I were. here to attend the wedding the HnnlUfe IllwrnUI Old Club and vice! .president of the RINK" AiIT'-aNIM!
II IS tOAST FRIENDLY! adult course are otter'rd. I eon and bualnaaa meeting. The of their niece the former much aS" contribution could 1 bless' you IAVII.: P'HA Uuilng her frealmi4iiC .
1 I enthusiasm was high, and the
Keystone heights. 47V47M
China. A of
IIFREN: j 1 cooperation and Interest grat Marian Pre:]: -Iksson. accomplish 1I:11..n: P Y Cheng ( ntlnuixl on next, Pace: )
brace a* her donation
Mr. and Mr,
Ray Dirt spent
and Mrs Bobble Robertsand ifying.Unanimous bought for Chests R P would
vote cast a few days last week In Clearwater -
Utelr three> children from i coat. many times that amountIn

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Darnwell.Mr Ray 8.Warren C. and of Mr Clifton and''for 1 the*: Preaklent.following Mrs.alate Vands of officer Mr, and Mrs. L O. Baldwin But this f'YMmnre country gratifyingwas KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE[

.'. Egan: Vice Preafclant. Mr, and son Brent. spent Saturday
Fonre: Va were recent guests Uie toiM'hlng letter of
Kthel Weyman Secretary, afternoon In Deland) visitIng -
Member F.O.I.C. Keystone Height. FU. at th* home of Mr. Warren' thank he m-elvisi from the
Mr. Emily laon; Treasurer 1 their daughter. Sara whole
brother and family, Mr and grateful Mr. CT>"rw. writtenHt BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Aael Matmgren; CorrespondIng attending Stetson University
"Your Friendly Bank In Your
Friendly Mrs J W Warren dallghtfully 1I'1'bIfd"! FngCednr -
Secretary, Mrs. Robert there
The John C Blr-ls: foundplt'a..nt .
Community. *. Ferrtlt. A board meeting Uacheduled Lloyd Baldwin son of Mr I
'blanket weather on : or t p.m. Thursday -i and Mrs\ L. O Baldwin, spent Key fl.hlngKlndervarten

> (Continued On Not Paga) ,,'I Sept. SO In the educa hut weekend at Camp Echo began .tat! APPLIANCES' : :: AUTO Ufol'1USIIU:04.IIY: \ : :

l'i| (lone! building ckoteo near Grant Park attending week st ralth Presbyterian. > I

r BEST BUYS I fOMMI'NITV till'K('ll : an Or:er of the Arrow Church within enrollment of Goetzman Rros. O.C.Carnes Nursery

BY c & c MOTORS INCWE The ftrt fall general meeting -.. fellowship meeting,, :24 pupil Mr L O HuldwlnU T V Service Center Illwav IOO. rI<>....hom. .:23MB

1 of Community Churchwoman Mr and Mrs, W H, Allen the main teacher and Mr GarageIIFI'AIR .. of Mark. 4

-... ... wt was held Monday, Kept., I had as cunt for the weekend Aubrey, IlinnUter I I. assistant| t. H. Tllir.M.. ;/ fr.iprlt..r Nursery Stock Thoiiaan .

1/te t.a e.. .C..N.... 1..a ....... 1asa IS. Circles will resume their Mr, Allen's. brother and fam teacher A9tltus'U.d Motorola Phllco ; WORK 1 d C4JCC Moforl .r..e.e-ant t.t. v.eey. as ears w eau". 1 meeting on dept :TO a* follow ilies. Mr and Mr, Wm II Allen Miss Olnny nimmmte. w** Mal*. aixl Morvlc Trees to .hnna. From. NlraHha.lo >
"-o rt. rrt ..d.Nw. Mr. Thomas Norwood. honored with a surprise" Mrtt MOTOII/ HOllY .'AINTI n .
.. .. M \ eaa.e.. and on. Jeff and Mr BIH! Tro. Rve'rgre.naJt !:
sea: ., N as n' ) N Circle will meet at I 'SO with Mrs, Bert! Allen. and chlMrrpMarie lay truly naturdav< aft -rnoontven Seats. On Ml Make. POIITAIII.E vM'I.blNl': l landscape Plant' All In

either Maw Norwood or Mrs and Msrvl.i.; all of Pen bY her parent, I.I Cal TV thus' NiEit"O \\mn\ l.awnI..p,-4hathvd11.1nr. << 'nntalnir* plant anytime
Aisle Will lama. Mr*. Clarence aarola snrl Mr K It Hlmmon, .& Camoltlaa! axaloaa.I .
Davis Circle will meet at 1'SO: John Allen Is home from the' their home It was her Illth fOM t ua .k> your larulwapma.

with Mrs Emily lion at. the Jacksonville Naval hospital birthdayA Work. OuarantM.! TV Rental Hwy Keystone: Halghta "I'h 541' .II4IIIIi Night sad

Postmaster'. Village Lake where h40 has h* n hoapltsiued rtinkmt .,.. held, in Keystone h eIgh413.44111' Nest to friv.-in Theatre
Geneva. Members of Mrs. Ito- '''IEAL ESTATE:
the 411.3101'
for about two weeks back: yard Following>> the
bent [>u>VI s circle will", moot
Nil. Mun 471.315.1At1TO :
Mr and Mis Jim Reed of party the young people d -
1"IIir. t/rT't
at the home of Mrs. J Kits..lee
JavckaonvllI last parted for Oalnmvlll wherfthey Special !
spent weekend Dryer
st 13.30; Uunchnun) Mr \t\I';"$, M TO 11101 rrC'II'
with Mr and Mrs. V Y attended movie' ; SERVICE:
Harry )lick I.'. Circle will IMIMI. &'p
Thone. tttrn;lng IncliMled,
Crawler 4
Cycles only $129
meet with Mrs. George Colgln UIIOII, Tr.JU'
at 1.30 Mr, Baa HcJiroeder. We are happy to welcome to five Irtrla..hI>> had attended. .WTt

chairman will be aaalsted by Mrlroae Adm. and Mr H T Girl McntH Camp with her atCamp HENDERSON'SService S.E.l\lcKay, Realtor

MAY NOT BE BANKERSBUT Mr. llermaa Mchroeder at her Dtjetermann. and son, Htephen. Chowenwah In Orten NEW: & IJHEII: >> TV KEYSTONE ItriOltTa

home on Half Moon Lake. at of New York Thowh they I Cove Rings. They..." Center '"lI...i. 473-4A1

1:3O: The morning circle, with nave had a plat her for''I 1 'Hoots' Miller of Crow City AS I APPLIANCES>> : IKaivbtfl) Oil PrwlMotsKO ,

Mrs Elmer Howe< as chairman, quit snote time and have "*,',""_' On Nat Pago) (WithWheeler IIWn.) .II MrKVK REMTAirilANTHBeidler's:

plans are Incomplete, but Mr. visited her often, they rwye 1 Johnson
Gerald Culbomun la hostess Just moved In permanently Discount '.a A Service.

We Can Show You How To Save Money with Mrs OeeJreicher co-h..- Mia Gloria Kmaahey of Ann WANTEDTO APPLIANCE: STOKE: n.hl"g T.. III.. Hunting Holiday

teaa. TeaUttlve plan. are' for Arbor MVrh.. l left Aunday afU-' BUY I r<|Ul|>nwfit -IVx.! Restaurant
:II ItotwovnMolriMM OIL I KKfuxtKNnIntaraortlon :
the educational I building! at a three ...-tI.' vUlt with Mr Highway rim. "'..1.r Now
end, Keystone llwy 2I-IOO
9.30 (are HvrMtay's bulletin). and Mrs U* Bnunbaugh UII. P\Hrlir.H
I'll H..1 lr.,u> ITV1IOI>>1 KoyoUmo H'HgM' 473-4MT7
The Nightengale will meet at Mrs. Meda Wllklnaon .U Saw TImberand I Fine Food Moderately, Priced

T:4S: p m. with Mra. A ugh try pending eotiple. of weeks 1 1GrernUl. In ()PEN 7 HATS WrtnCLTr

: ON THE SPOT BANK FINANCING Vance Kebeccma will meet at .. S C visiting her OFFICE. : HL'PPLIES: : -1I"lrnIIOI': / Diane. funrlwia -
I pm. with Mrs. William 4a IMt1 t.Pr. Ale fart.-HaJliUi Kixxla.

FewI timing Plus.. lire till \ll4ln.
Mr and Mr W* >4TK:* TO KRMRMBRH sat doMis-bter. Vkky, ofOaLn PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY REEK:
SHOP I Block Nnrth of Rod Light
Sofrtember 49 wU be the *trlll apmt Friday afternoon
I C&C MOTORSAUTO last launch worship service I bl with Mr Nell, Ro-md- : :' OFFShTBradford THK ntINI>LT flltOP KirYJlTO.VK' HEIGHTS:

the prevent building An over tree ()J.of'n torn 9 Tin 8MIs lIME;! CARS/ :
SUPER MARKET flow crowd *hood WltA... the Eddie Rothhammer and "' l hays. a sleek
cloelng. ..rY.... with much anticipation Lloyd Baldwin sttend1 an TIMLOG Inc. County Hanks Used Cars

[ IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT WE'LL GET ITON and fattti Futar, Order. of the) Arrow meeting si Ann A By Apfxanlmont. Only

TMI SPOT SANK 'INANONO eervtree will be held II the ... the Boy Scout Hut In Gaines S .Ml. foW,. Slarke on 301 Telegraph Nettle Htlti-htx...ry, Owner and 3.T Shop

ucatlonaj bulMtng with Seri vilto Thursday night Phone 96..-02 II UuC McMk-ha. Operator Sell Traded
day School plan Incomplete Buy -
Mr and Mr, Grant Roth Starke
FaetbUea of Ov parsonage. hammer and Mr and Mr Contact U II. Outlaw" Ph. 941-3101. Mht>p fish., 473-4.VX Wlvray IOO. 6 ml. South'of

r CoaUoaea on nui ....., Virile. Row. spent Sundkiy:: In ..e.J> >. 471-3O94 Marks -


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ladles of the parish who are School News able asset to the council this the process' 01 "catchlngf herreath" fl 1fnlr StennonAdclrmii hereby cnmtnandtHl to app'fli P'tl"tlnn byfilIng K CLERK( l'', THE IN ANn C'TRC'tTT1'FOR
Anawer to the
asked to occupy the front pews Melrosa residents got their yea.r. She has had many years b when I called. She 8RD' Unknown. 122.1, 122.2. 122.a heretofore an filed In this nwAnFouD ()OUNTY.I .
KEYSTONE which will be reserved for first look all the 1965 Melrose of experience In secretarial has had her granddaughter. Keystone Donald. MtoniionAclilremi CRUH In the. entlrleil Court on I,1 Ki.. mr>A.A. DA.byCI..k
Miss Claire Ness of Gallaude I'nknownSfin. or before October U.) 1195 to lly: Charles
football team Satur- work and better secretarywould Church Services
Mustang ( a
HILITES them. 122.1 I, 122.2. 122.3H how what rIch tit ID. Interestor I
Father Kelly remlnS::!! those day night at an Inter-squad be hard to find." College In Washington, D. C. ''.nry HtenaonAlilre leln you or any of you have (SEAL)
hero for an extended visit .. In and. to the abovedexTlbcdJnntla. ., Eugene. F. ShamrmintV -,
theirpledge Float ( n Unknown
who have not made football game held at 8:00:: un- Her opinion of Rickey .. Attorneyt4larks
has been extra slow 'Kltl>. 1121.: 1222, 1223 .and how cauae. why the
( From preceding \page) or contribution toward dcn the lights. The boys were Vice President. wasUust 8.1 Ishing : -Baptist>n TlllmanAdilrenn imme ahould, not be taken for Vlorlrta.Hruie -
I obligationof hs f rom her camp: and cottage the u... and purpnHee. vet forth And
the parish financial divided into two teams the complimentary.- Rickey First Baptist Rev. J. D Unknown J. flanielaHolland .
cancelled In the. Petition filed h. ln.WITNEHH .
reservations were 122.1 122.2. 122.3 r
sat I.
I their, vMt to Highlands. N. C. $10.000 for the Diocesan Orange and the Blue. had little experience on the Bowen pastor; Ralph Cope- Mitchell TlllmanAfldreHK : my Hand and the BuildingTaIiaheisaefb

last week They stayed at the Quodj-lcentenntoil' % Celebrations The Blue team completely council nevertheless I feel thatw and left.'over Labor Day l land organist. Unknown I Heal of thla Court on this! (th for FloridaIf the

I Edwards Hotel a Highlands and erection of a new dominated the /first half with he wilt prove to ba an outstanding cport. She due hopea to( the fishing hurricane will Worship Services r summer! MItn/: TlllmanAdilreos 121.1, 1222. 152.8Monroe day of September>KH A., A DARBY D I'tflS.CHAJiI 9(8( Counai-l 4t 0/30 Petitioner

I landmaik. making wlRlitseingtups seminary that, these must be Butch Arwood scoring 18 officer.< lie has the schedule] : Sunday 1 1 a. m. Unknown
when the water cools
to the Biltmore Estate In In shortly. To date, contributions points In the second (half the determination. strength of pick up 7:30: p. m. (nursery open]. 8RD. 122.1.1 1222. 122.3 I
a t bit more. S II l) fj'2.1: : 1222.: : : I2J..1: 1
Asheville showplu.ce former are nearing, the !halfway Orange team seemed to gain character- and a warm personality Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Whlddon Wednesday 7:30: p. m niKkt at Wit..

] nome of Cornelius Vanderbilt mark, with a total pledge still confidence and scored a that appeals to the student Jr. and daughters are packed Sunday School 9:45: a. m. That part of:

and several adjacent points of over $3,000 short of the goal. touchback In the third: quarter body. e nd ready for their anticipated f nursery open]. Training UnIon Commence NK'4: of NP:at'4 th flection. NE 34 corner Town-. of Serving Florida

mteiest and scenlo beauty for NOTE OF THANKS .. Eddie Rothhammer and Last Friday morning was move to 'Mimml. They are i 6:30: p. m. [nursery open]. hip A Boiith., Ranice 21 Kant. I Since 1950Oervtcr.

which the mountalnsi! are well Dwight Mitchell and his Walter Sturdivant each scoreda the scene of our junior-senior presently renting In Orlando. Catholic) run South BA4 frft for point of. sI I D 0
p bcKlnnlnK l.ail l l point homer theenter Sin
known.In family extend their appreciation -l touchdown in the third quarter assembly, the first one of the Mrs. I Dick Milliard has been St. Williams Fr. Thomas c line of oM Btarke-Oreen C'onda fedui *

sharp contract to the to all their friends and for the Blue team. school year. Mr. Benson announced up to Quitman. Ga. to he.lp her Cove $prlmtn !loRd thence. con .. ... .....
thenrwWeaL ..
issue Holllh 12 feet ..
cool pleasantness of the acquaintances for their many Th Orange team was con all Important event mother Mrs. T. A. Sweat do Kelly priest In charge; Mrs. 290 fort thence North 17 .

mountains was the savage fury kindnesses! to the family dur- stantly hampered by penalties that have' 'happened and will some "catching up." E. A. Lamm, organist. fret to conterlln of Mid Old 1'

encountered by the Homer H tog Dwighfs long Illness! and In the fourth quarter they happen. Aftemvards he intro Mr. and Mrs. Nick Simmons Masses: Sunday 8 a, m. marke-Orern Road thoncIn Cove a ea..t..HprlnK rly. dl-. Mrs. Lucile Cordially

I Chick 1 Hursts while stayingIn hospltalizfttlon! at the University went over the goal 'line\ twice duced the Student Council officer had as tholr guests lost Thurs- : Tuesday 7:45: a. m. [IConfes- ritrtlon. alonir Mild fenterllna of GodwinRepresentative bii11'',.

New Orleans last week. of Florida Medical: Center. only to have their touchdowns who 'are the following!: day afternoon,. Mr. and Mrs. ion Immediately prior to Did HtHrke-rirrrn Cove I-I.rlnlf". Welcomes/

They were visiting his daughter He ds now( on out-patient' voided by penalties.! The Blue Janie McMutrry. President: Joe parkman and Mr. and Masses floatS nina. and 105 fret contalnlnn to point 1.01 of b..ln.arrcn 1013 E. Call St. '

and her husband, Dr. and treatment and'!' able to resume team was held scoreless In the Carol Warren. Sec.-Treas.: Mrs. George Vldeon and child Novena and! Benediction more orv**. and lying Bniiin You and Your

Mrs. Jules Deutsch and! their part-time employment.; final quarter, but won the Ricky Float, Vice-President, r an, ell of Gainesville.\ The Vl Monday 7:30: p. m. of Hprlnaa old Itoad st In rk KM..-(1ren\ of NR'i Cove of Starke Family to Your

Infant ,soil Dana Marc who PTA MEETING: game 30-2. who gave their acceptance deon family comes from Massachusetts NK'4! Station 34, Town"hlp C Ph. 961-5321 New Horn

:Ive In an apartment In the The Initial meeting of the The boys will get their first speeches for the offices to anal how -they enJoyed -lnterdemonlnatlonalCommunity South, Range. 22 East, !I.... 20
Church Dr. feet for Hturk Rond.
fctrlckeii southeast area of the Keystone }Height PTA will behold chance at a. rival team when which they were elected! last | a swim and a good olecracker" I.ylnit w."ierly of and within

city which was badly hit bvfloodwntpr tonight [Thursday: I ''l\t: thpy meet Taylor on the Melrose -, spring. dinner' of Southern A. C. Hoftt, minister. ; Mrs. 40( feet of the mirvpy, linn of The State of FloridaIt

and wind from 7:30: in the school cafotorlum field Friday night. Kick'' Mr. Benson handed over the friend chicken and all the' George CMIOVlorlfanlst.. Sfat Iload Section 1H5IIO.,,
trimmings. 'Mrs. Helen Kennedy Sunday School 9:30: a. m. 201.) mild! purvey line bring d Is Our Desire" To Make You Feel Welcome and
Hurricane Betsy With power with president Bill Baker officiating of'1 time is 8:00: p. m. Follow'intf '.' program to Jaivle. who\lntro-\ !! Hrrlhrd an follows'BrKlnnlnK :
out HIT:! communications fal- the game. there will be a' duced Coach Lea Rhoden, and Mrs. Les Beaaley of Morning Worship. II a.. m. at the NW corn r of To Acquaint You With Your City.
INuraerr Section 35. Townnhlp 6 Bouth
out open both hours!
Keystone Heights came
te iw Frances made her way Sharing the platform for the dance in the Melrose High Coach Rhoden proceeded to Range. 21 East. run thence 14.
School Introduce all Junior and senior- Friday night mnd brought! nup- 02 dog 15' 10" K. 943 43 f....t. ]
1 II.H wnrklnR,: phone booth In evening will be principalJoseph I gymnasium. per to share with Nick and I -Epl l run thence 8. 0 deC 51' 40" H. It you are new in the area a phone

the teeth of the gale, to notify B. Benson who assum- Church New.. varsity football' players. Afterwards St. Anne's Rev. W. W. 131802 f'.t. run thonco. $. I
Mrs. E. II. Bartlett he introduced a 1stantcoach 34' 40" B 1443.09 feet. to call will bring: you a prompt visit
her family here In Keystone pd! his duties this summer: I will] be u : bit Worstall, vicar; R. O. Copeland dog
Straltdberawas a .
th beginning of a curve concave -
that t thinKS!! were wet and bad. nfter having. / been assistant attending a meeting of the Kirtley who Is coach for under the wemther on Monday J organist. ti the w..l rly havlnc a from your local hostess. Please give

but that they were all right. principal !In the 1964-65 term. Council Women of the Church basketball/ team. Janie In. with a stomach ailment. Her Summer schedule; Morning radlun of 2fl<4.79 feet, run

Their main problem was finding ind George( LaRim and Bill\ Suwnnnee Pro;byteiy in Jack. trodured Mrs. Millie Jo Wilkes;I nan, Paul wife Lee and Gregory Prayer and Sermon. 2nd and curve thence through noutherly a total along central1 ald her a call! She has map and, many

a source of water for Bclotp. ro-chRhmen of the sonville Thursday September who sponsors the cheerleaders! came down from Jacksonville 4th Sundays 9:30: a. m. [nursery -' anne of 04 dw/ 00' III)" a dla-
and who i. educa. 2(n) feet to the end free and wonderful for
16. physical lane
makln!! the baby's formula "fallowrrn, Carnival. A discussion and spent the weekend open!I. Holy Eucharist, of acid curve, run thence gifts you

there being no power availableto will be held of the carni The night circle of the tlonal teacher. After looking for( several days, and sermon 1st and 3rd Sun' H. I dog. 25 20" W INS reel to from local businesses.

boil the water. and since val plans and! various commlt- WMU Ellam Baptist Church I Janie then Introduced the C her grandson., Ensign Sam I days 9:30: a. m. (nursery' the centerline of .Stats Road : j

the water supply: ') was polluted tpes. met Tuesday night at the Four Dimensions who playei I Butler lit and wife, Betty, open 1. Holy Eucharst, 8 a. m' Contalnlna-100-A Section l II.OGI 357-160 acre, more or ,

T111'YV'eI'e fortunate to be iran PTA mcmbershlus will be home of Mrs. Susie Preston. for "tS. They are the following) : finally made their way here each Sunday. lemi exrliiHlv', of *xl ,tlnK road ,

apartment on the third !told at the meeting by chair While there Is no mlnlstp r Jlminv Wilt Lance Andrew. enroute from Corpus ChrUtl\, Presbyterian OWNKD right of way.IIV Marion' Orlffln., :

loor of a building. which suffered many Mary Nelson and representatives for Ellam Baptist Church the !pn. Danny Hlnck, and Van I Texas to Ormund< Beach. "Aunt Faith Pre-sbyterlan Church Amon T Orlfflu. and wife In Florida

water damage to it < of the Olrl Scouts: Deacons of the Church have E11N" Jo" says" she had worried I -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr.. mln OrlftlH Sarah. Orirfl and. :wIfe Johnnie Rarhclflrlffl L. ,

uroundi floor and glass! break- been conducting, services This brought the assemble'r that they would( encounter l later ,
will bi present to enlist assistance ; Mrs. Carl Swisher\! sum- *: \>rnon Orlfrln.Jamf : after day's fishingbeer's
a eIn many windows, but no In foimlng a Brownie Omar Huff brought the message to a. close. Hurricane Betsy .but they mer organist; Richard Schne (Irirflii and wife a

'(harm to their place. They also( troop. Mothrs of Brownie-age in the Sunday service We have had our first foot. managed to stay about an berger, violinist. Cheryl CrewS Qrlffl and huftbanti: Jean Orlffl Oln

reported that their car was elrls are urged! to attend Re with Harvey Finn In charge o I bill! game a scrimmage game hour ahead of It all the way p Sunday School. 9:45: ft m Cr..w,.. Hue' ( rtffl. Hmlth f. the one... .

undamaged. but that It would the Sunday night service. held last Friday at 8 p m. Th:! home. Morning and huiiband Charlei. Mnilth: '
freshments will be Worship 11
served following
a. m Paul llounn./ Paulntte
bi a week before they wouldhe the meeting. There! is a new' time for Keystone squad was divider I Robert Powell a fellow class Sunday::! [Nursery open both can, Henry. Btenmm, : 110'1' for good taste,

able to return home due choir practice at the Baptist into two teams the blue and I mate of Wayne and Mike Chlt- hours.J Jin aid! HtenMon: Denloe

co the highways east of the NEW ITEM I Church. Instead of meetin t white. The blue team won 7 Lu> ty. fame, over from Starke .chat nn.. Tlllman.Monroe. : Tlllman Leon Tlllman: 1\11,1. : good fun ?:

city belnnblocked by debris The "Something new" w 1'., following the Wednesday nigh' 0. Gary Cooper score:* C a Monday and wpent the night. June. Tlllmnn Crowi and

and floodwaters. pnoml.sed you last week is the prayer meeting, the choir wll 1 touchdown ln> the last quarter, Wayne went with several I THH h.ii Hound Wayne Crew:

Lions' VIP Charles McGlave newly Inaugurated "Peace I meet on Thursday night at and the extra potnti;was mad C friends. over to the beach area 'i'iII-: KII.IIIII: iiKi-iir' .M mi iniur in f'I"OK. man Hvlr' of Htennon Ann liriffim ItocAn.Tlll dreaMed I*- I

appeared on television last Pipe Patter" column, edited by 8:00: p. m. This meeting will be which ended the game. between St. Augustine and' fill1.- l\ ,5*,!u foil .Mil to..AKw"vvv and (terrain Thorn-
!students' at the Keystone Don't be Marlneland for Home weekend : sP1.011105.. Inn Sweat and hunhnnd .In-' I
Ttiuis'lnv as guest"; on, the for the Intermediate and a litterbug' Waste It I. ".. nior Sweat; vt..r..hall Thorn
WFOA-TV (Channel 121 prenlativn School. This we hope, will voting,: people choir as! well as baskets are placed at strategl surfing. They had some nice "14'1'1'1': |r'K-!: ton helm of Virginia Orlf
encourage; students five-foot! wave; IAIIT\M.VT; : OPAn tie. Thornton. ,iceaiol. and
to learn! the adult! Anyone point all\ around the
of "Cameras ?lease, Intprest'din : campus i"IA'1(11'''. .
unknown helm rlivl*
more In. the field of Journalism the so put your tra'h'' In the Mr and Mr... Doug Lutgena Agency ,of any
nt 0:30: a. m. in Jacksonville. Joining choir Is urged to can|,i tli* era and/". other claimant
Hi. was) Interviewed on the l< and perhaps encourage A attend choir prtictlB Ray and not art the grounds and sons spent the weekend at t :Mt.andllflAHKOItri.". of, Klorlila, undor Alma UHTfl) deceaced

program' In 'his role as district future career, for ons of them mon-ft Winters li the choir dlrprtor -neport=d by: the cottage If> the "Lucky"' (Cdl'NTY/ SCII.// .('T TOTa' certificate.

covernor to kirk off the Lions The column Is! supervised by Srottle' Thomas Lutgens. a Political I I, I HuliillvlHlimof I recorded In T. H H'mk .
Club I.i'fht the English department at the Mnrrl-Frrdrlks D"hhie Jnklpb"rlfer Mrs. Edna IClncho.n went to I the Mtat of Florida. at 1'1I1f. 15. In favor of K\.- I
Salem campaign Ivtltlonnra NnTI"'I 10
: Ivn A. llunvy. nuhjeft ,
Unsure of Ws TV "1mage. school and proceeds earner! Miss Marian P'ledvlksson' be- Billie Sue Inklebargcr Cross Creek land spent Monday OK ,HI'I.K: Mrtxage recorded. In oil

( ." he faillei'i' 1 to give! advance will be us:f> for school Journalistic came tin brIde of Philip Keats! night and part of Tuesday V.ritf.N: ( SI isl Hook 80) at >..... :Jil In favor
CIIKWH .t( al.| of National
work. with her niece who lives there. |1..t.I.>
notice here but those! who saw We hope you like Moils Frldav afternoon in the II hnrltnlM.oU'I'I.1 Fund Ini
It tray he wa vry impressive It! Ellam Baptist Church. The NEWS NOTES They took a boat tour of Or- :\ u.lI'I''r: : lie.. TAKE NOTK'K) that. a rvrUratlon '
ango Lake ami Edna says I It 5I U'" I'lilt( .:.:"1"1. of Taking ha. been filedIn
Twins Dtnm, and Donald bride Is th* daughter of Mr IN THF: NAM.S: ,.
[ Icy TIIK'' the vetybd cauae by
Ilfren! were entertained by thplr and Mrs! Jimmy Price of Merose :; From Preccdmz Pagel was surely a welcome change 1. A tITHe ill'I'ty I..' TIIR' MTATK: the I'etttlonerN the aiqiilrlngllthorlty 'Wherever you fish for fport-on the1'
M E LR for her. She Received, a letttr Off KUlltlllA.TO .
: OSF of thcxe ,
patents Mr. I- '0. the taking of the proieedlnK ahove-1 .. [ ocean by the booming.iur or on some ,
Ilirpn with n runner ln> Jacksonville '- of Mr and Mvi. Howard Morris The Men' Club 'will have R y"anrt uitu? tell"* el"'tothfl". r.1':1I.1."n'l: to all p.....'n" andnarlle .! ",'rlh.." lund. fur the purpose
Sunday ceIobiatInther also of MelrosoDr dinner meeting at 8:30: p. m. rlalmlng' or having' any: _t forth In the Petition In till quiet country pond, it's great at the end

14th boll thhy. [From Prpceedlnsr PagreJPeggy OlandVII: on fif Jnsrx>i iperfoimcd ', Sept. 27, with MrH. Norwoo Navy that she doctors hat for returned a pottt-oper-to her' tntirttfaKe right. title,.or tnlerem other leln caCaO, I.J" calico harrow, vM pit.: and AM drainage rlirht of *way Mi e- of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer. I I

Busy mnn about town Capt the double jlng,/ Williams' circle In charge. Rev atlve or fin th....' i>irtAln. .parcol ment for a portion of .tld .t,,te '
n Mi Bird T. Morrison of Gainesville, ceremony. A. K. Rather, retired from check-up and all Is lino. ,* of land hereinafter. dnm road. Bradford ('nuinty. florlda. While you're talking over the ones that got away
TDIckl Lovorn. ha und Peggy Eiholtz Her mother-In.Iaw. Mrs. Suy: rlhed.. ancf the following and that the Monnratite OeorireI.
yielded tr> the demands of hi' And Chippy Bnttv Pavslneer The bride win given( In mar- ministerial work In Panama Peebles 1 III wtill In Norfolk .pcrHona. together with all un I I I.. Patten. on. of th* Jmlire nf or pan-frying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the

full schedule and Davis all singe by her father with her will speak and show slide or known pernona. claiming by the Circuit Court In th.. KlvhthJudlrlal : taste and cool refreshment of
with hearty
moved lntr of) Jacksonville. Others nttendnsr the Indians. tho f am Lly and plans to I through .or under. known per Circuit nr Florida will. only a glass
town I where! he can be near ( were: only attendant being/ Mrs stay about throe mole week i aona, who art* dtad or who 'art" on the 32nd day of SeptemberA beer can give well. Yes whatever
Ills business 'an'the! various Randy Buel ofOainesvlile. DnnaM/ Chprseman of Jack-: Church folk are happy t 0 or until Clconi's' health 1 not known to I lie dead/ or alive: .[).. !!lhl& at 10'f)1)) ) o'rlix'k A. you so your
her brothers : have Mrs. Is up'I|I ",.11... WUUM-Ilimi: llraiir.... M. 'In the liradford County
civic activities sonvillp. sister! of the Margaret Grenna/ to '... port-bowling or strolling, golfing or gardeninga
in' which he so Jimmy, Frank and Ed. Jr. bridegroom black ;' par. I i 1 4 .1. >.m.. a .tadre..ea Courthnui. at ''''uk. Klorlda.
nrtlvelv! pirtlefpntr His! new ind who served as matronof In Keystone, During heconvalescence It sure did .I 1 Marlon llrirfl, .rnnalb.r. Maid. eclarailon. of frosty glass of beer makes' a naturally
grandparents Mr. and honor who will be wit h seem /good toi''' Ad'IreaM. Unknown' Taking appoint appralmTa, and
home It located on' Cardinal Mrs.! R. F. Simmons. Mr,.. Vance see the trailer 'backed up ti St. on the Donald Williams of Mrlrosn iI iii I llogailAddreaa deema
opposite end of the Keena their cottage cloor and clothes proper All partlei to the
block from the Rolhhnmmpr! daughter was host man Correction: The ilrmolltlo, I I'nnnwn null, and! all pnrtlea' Intcreated.. UNITED STATES BREWINS ASSOCIATION \fI:!
Oommtmltv of Mr and Mrs! Ornpt, (..f.the old 'biill'llng' ; will not flapping on the line of the W HUH. 1131, 122 I, 1123Paillette may, appear and I be hoard at
Church. Ills The bride wore a white! twu A. Wallaces. Wa llnganAildrenN r.0. MX 27)WINTER fAIIK.FLORIDA
family, savIng Rothhammcr' Jr. of North Lit ) have any exprnno The (urnIHh.Inll'M begun tc Li the time and plitc' dftitlKnatetflYou. ,
been: Il1kpelll'rll plere lapp suit I nknuwnHIU and each "nf
think you
for these" a.e.
so mnnv tle folki ha:1
<: -
Rock. Ark. and grand: will be sold nome having > till. Ill *. till .
years me hivIng to adjust to daughter Both the bride and bilde-, beers lost the map to home. They .. -
"city lire," but should of Mr and Mrs! groom! are graduates of Mlro l- spoken for by a ('hurchIfroup. :! have been at their mountain
enjoy Grant .
Rothhummer The two -
I the convenience that nearness Melrose Sr. of, '* High School and attended \. I. Kills' lovely atalncx t cottage up i InI Cieorgla.; Glad
windows 5
participated In the x foot, will ARE 8uS
to church school and shop- Greater Tampa Swimming St. Johns River Junior Col: be memorial windows In th anew to have you back folks! iNTSi* DlR-ECTORY I

pine afford.s. Meet hPld September 11 at, lege In Palatka. The bridegroom sanctuary. Mrs. Liz Thomas.. her 111:

Non-players' attentions were Tampa Kemn took a second, attended University of f I daughter Mrs, Calvin Pace,
Florida Dlanna 1 ]
Is and
riveted to the TV screen Sun Iin the backstroke a third in, anj, currently serv Kimberly client T
day Inc,: In the armed forces He some time .eel the! Thomas -- -
the ..
fit Keystone i butterfly and a second In, will bi INDIAN BEACH place on Saturday., Lla ,
Golf & the stationed at the Waltrr says I
Country Club watch I individual
medley. Keena' Reed Hospital In stun Tommy UK really liking' AUTO SALES & SERVICE, AUTO SALES&SKKVICF= ChAIN SAWS 'MotorcrcleaScootersStreit's
Inn Washington '
the World Series of Golf. repivsentPd the Little I )
Rock, I D C. where the college life over at St. John's .
brilliantly won by South Y. W C. A. couple will
Aflien's Oary Player, while, Diipllrntr( Urlfljfe live following a short honey I Prom Preceding Porel I I'I Junior with College in Palntka 'I Barkley Motors, Inc. Replicars, Inc. A. & J. Saw Bicycle Shop

the Mixed: Best-Ball Tourna- Winners of the Melrose, Florida.moon to Central and South I' swamping. boat when some ladies reauires.even all th* studying It! & Mower Co. HONDA MOTORCTCUCuahman !:

ment was being held on. the Duplicate Brldue 'I i TRIUMPHS Imported Car Sp cl II WAIJPMltOMr.O A f__a gce Ur-
/ Club 111. nf'lRevol'lf Mr.
t. Camp called and Mr 1\(. J. JohnllWf'I' Joe An local links. The excltmont of week\ Incliiflrrl. : Mrs! C W over to ":rneltt ReveU to look down from, Jacksonville FIAT MERc.nF.M-n".: Ilotnelite' Chain Saws9ALKS DueaU.BSAZ.naPpMotorcyclea.Saje.

the two tournaments, plus theco'ered Boasley! nnd Mrs 1'11111,,,,! John- Peace Pipe Patter In a rritnln dliwtlon. lie for a restful ( r) weekend, on .. \OLVO IIIUJMAN A SUNBEAM! I : : A SKRVICK: ..t 8f'","

dish supper, provided son. 1st place: MM! Mary Conk took his bout and went out the lake. They! had till dirt Repair. & Parts All Makes HCHWTNK BICTCUES

an excellent afternoon for the( and Mrs Albert Splips. 2nd I ICont from! prccp(xllng Page J to IIml the bunt win leaking tiauled l onto their lot and We Spmtftllse. In 8 le*.....Ports- "SCrIw,.
club members. Tournament Place; Mrs. R P. Qoodloe and. aud.lenly the men had when I saw him SALES III SERVICE:!: 113:) S E. Second
and 1 year she was restful was St CaJne,vUlTaL .I A ServIce. IIS W. Vi+ftnit, Ave.
scores !Mrs awanfrd a letter found Trained Mechanics"
lire scpn elsewhere on !! E B Ooss.! 3rd, place: from the themselves standing In a very doubtful word to use Factor 2022 N E. Hlv<1. Oaln rUl.p t flabcedl*. I'f'-77 these puiges.CIIIYR'il I and 1\1'11 W. J, Orollck and Intlng1 her governor congrntu water. The motor and bout We understamd ;Miss Evelyn lit CLEAN USED CARS S7S-II8I Phone 372-5SsS

NEWS Mrs S. P. Snshoif.: 4th place on the on her ,good: grarti' vein aavcd and moat impor 3obson came down from Jacksonville 1111 N. StAINOeine.W. Just Off WaMo HoadCONCPETB PAINT &: GLAS3
St. Anne's Craft C'lass To Tests she tant their Ii veil. Another 172-4171 .
-Friday and Saturday Start also Incident set herself r up a unique -

of this week along. / with Fal ,hPrl'Mbvtl'rl1n/ / Church! basketball won nll-conferencp In Inv'oJvedVayne (Big 18 hole golf:( course and :AUTO SALVAGE J PRODUCTS Liddell &

Wednesday past are the Au. _"wlll' start a Community Craft* .Told and we* awarded a Daddy Hot Kmll Chitty. ire enjoyed a quiet game In the JEEP -..- P.ipt <<
; bnskrtballPre.Hr.ntly. .
tumnal Ember Days. In which Program September; 23 which flipper! hla folk's boat over country. We only get a wave, r.m 7 of 4 Wheel Dries INSIST Glass Co.
her senior and was YOUR
prayers are given for the will continue throiiuhoiit, the r ho gives I the students year to have fortunate not In as she ami her mother p KAMHI.KUFinn :\ Paul' Auto CONCRETE: PRODCCTS KTANIZE PAINTS
clergy of the I a gotten killed.In \. come In for t heir occasional, Salvage
church. wlntpr
of the four *Intone mnnths Mrs John chance to get to know her by talking 'with Mrs. Kenny visits to their beautiful homeon *" Finn* Economy O.' ARE TIlE BEST FTU/M CUm. Mirror SlMlaTab i2s'e

yeai In which times ordinations of the church andconwcratlom Hrennan. will bt.- crafts dlrpc.tol" I I being cheerful all the time. Adaniit" aho told me of her sister the lake. 8aJee tad. ServiceRidgway W. Buy Wrecked Car A'TOla Edwards Building EnrlorarM: 8b. .*<..

Some of Junto's' plan for' Atlas rierky Hrlee. Mr and Mrsi. Door* Wln4w. AwninSCarpet
take place. The colas will he held I! the down coming Cohurn Rain Motor Co. I PRICES I BUTronimJUUoo. ....
Choir plactlce every I I year some of which she< from Atlanta: Oa. Becky SillY and Janet Beecham spent Supply Inc. Wallpaper -
will !
be held Thursday
tonight at 7 o'clock. There will he at the has already completed include picked Kenny and Sl.irk up some time with Mrs. Ral,,'. 1111 1'. Main All M ke. A Modrb 1...... 7t. R. Main-'171-444 front .
St William' no steps taken/ toward the wilting and they went back to visit father Z. O. Lynn over lisa o.m-.n P rU nsrN.eqvuJR; 51.A 110 N W Sixteenth at-
The Altar participating, the and with her on her off S7S-(4 OATh-rnvtILpi :tn-II"t
Society will publishing\ of a student" duty hours weekend. Coburn had been red. f

10) a. m at the meet home Monday of materials Involved will used be th<* / handbook':. and to plan ba called for a school TrpPf'Ti'.blh tal from where Grady Hooky Memorial III" HOSPI-j fishing they tiad over Cedar Edna Key Klnchen and" B & G Motors Co. Tei''4yP. Sfontc.-We WUI GARDEN SUPPLIES LATINO _

Anthony Danla! on. Metros adults will begin At Mike .went VADIII.AC-OLDSMOItILR find Any Pan Fag Yse.Gainesville --
: newspaper up Friday and and we Millers In on Saturday .
Those Bay. to open/ the new "eason- ann continue until 3:30: p m. Junle also plans to give better pent the weekend, and the night for a delicious nh SALES A SERVICB 7-4SlS Johnson & Paris, Inc. Ocala Chrome

needing rides to the with clauses for chlkiren I a-ssomblles.' She "'(mu to Adania family returned. home dinner.On Fll.e" Selection of Used Car I Plating Inc.

meeting are asked to be at the !Starting nt 3:30.: f better the Student Council by Sunday. Sunday, Kay:( Grlffln. Allan Taken On Caftllaa Trmdea 441 N. PMt Stock Ya" Complete) Line of ,
church by 9:45: a. m. Junior Woman' The Johnny Ross ZM1 N. W. 13th. RC .|1I7 SEEDS-PLAN7s.-! > Copper. Mete) Chnnli
Club improving' tho activity family and) Glenn: Jack, T. C. and
FERT1LIIKSlnu'cticidespgt Cadmium. plnUbaacCUfltnrn
Catechism classes for junior Members of the WIin OrtojuM last Friday Jeff Miller and : Mrt&J
Melrnsc. Increase: spirit and Units Coburn Rain PIIOWJr. '-7MS '
and senior high school stutfent Junior Woman's Club were ,. organize!/ the meotln night for the stock car ruce.i. IIpentpal't of U* day on the "Suppwee'We Buff ThANTIQUE
<\ *
.' will be held Monday at given sand They followed l a favorite Automatic Rent Fertilizer Sprtwder !: CLEAXWO
a complete demonstra. make thorn more formal racer, St. John's River building! A DODGE DART- Tranismimlon"'
6:30: p. m., following which I Is lion on facial make-up Mrs. She also puna to get driven, by their friend Dick "table" so we three families DODGE TRUCKS 224 MW. 8th Av.. SIIVER. BRASS. COTTtSbMhutrUl
the Novena Service at 7:30.: Marjorie Butler a rcpiespnta- student participationAfter more Joyce, to the Gainesville races can enjoy some crabbing ndabrimping RaieePsrta8eryic.I'rpfndable PhONE 371.1471 Hard Oirom1S34J .
Elementary school tlve of on Saturday, also. City Automatic :NE- Tad Awe.. OseMDial
chlldren't night
cosmetic< firm In she mliduates Junic outlnlin\ the very L'MJ l.-,. no. n. P'1a -
classes will be held on Saturdays Gainesville. using Mr. and Mrn. Jim Robbing near future. S23.dlI =
Mrs plans to
Judy to Poole-Gable
go either
II FloridaState Motors
from 10 to 11 Knapp, are In the process. of LADIES' .
a. m. at St as a demonstration making So Transmission WEAR
or the University as a closIng tidbit did Inc. TYPEWniTERSHancock
of 119 s. E.
Edward's Parish Hall in model permanent: residents of his 1st AT*. GtlneartllePIIOSI ,
demonstrated to the Florida, Once you know that
21 she chooses her folks. nn optimist Is 372.4143
Starke. IndlPs I Mrs. Watson
present the correct use school she want to major In lad one who looks. for the expiration Repair A betaa... OfficeEQUIPMENT
An appeal t ds made by the" Al- of facial pretty nasty reception Cherry'
makeup.Following : date .
English his
: and minor in on marriage Ii.censeSee All -
psycho- last
\, woek and
Sh Tropical Uodeb
,f was out In the Pontiac
tar Society 'for donations of Mrs I '
Butler' Ya 3
talk tony She
: plans; to
used sheet and pillowcases for e short meeting teach Eng yard and somehow! fell down] TRUCKS CARS Oe.lnewilWs Morn PuhioDAble 8mJt.h-C>> AotnoftiM
was! held lish In the Inc. .
concel'nln high school level" ] and
really battered herself Addrcw Pot Drsb
u.iCfJn{ malting| bandages for /{ future meetings.! It for a few years and then She up. meter Pn--TNW4 Ld2e.

various nUnsjpnary fields. Donation vas decided to have someone psychology on the junior teach college broke her face.a tooth We and hope.scratched THE RIGHT POINT. for the. TRUCK' OMC CENTKI WORK CCAKANTIKDBUDGET DaESSESSV1T5COATSKATEB.'IiITT Adding C1arr-Vlrter-T.....
they :
inay be given to any at the next meeting to show )level. get; settled Into their way you new mobile PONTIAOa20 -SERVICERENTAIJ
member of the Society.At how to make Thanksgiving! Her opinion about Carol home without sealed jour fanwIU ESTER. FtAN W&ABACcaSO.IES .ATE'TIMB : '
any more
the" 8 a. m. Mass Sunday. arrangements and possibly/ Warrrn [Sec.-Trras J wa s. of .thM unplraaant InrfctenU I I BROOK fountain (.. ... TELE. N W. 8th AT* 0alnesTUW 1409 8. Ma1rOlne.Ul. .. M.te-vtt JbfM* .,.jvm itnt' wk
Comrmmton wlil be given to all some Christmas decorations. "Carol will\ prove to be a valu. Mrs. Connie Barnhill was In Telegraph 1'2-U&3: I7I-J1M I 105 W. DnlTerilty. OaIneevfle 52. N. "raIn! st aalnHV1:1e.:

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:: ;n.....;.;....., the present the seventh" and ,I.PERSONALS- spent Labor Day aflt their take' CuCcTienrf. i Shall He Live." Your conceptof

eighth gaai-Ie' will stay in Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conerly of cabin at Orange Springs. Rev. PERSONALS Christ must be more thana THE RIGHT POINT fr the

BROOKER Brooker Lecsburg spent. the Laboi( Day Parker has been busy visitingthe Mr, anal Mrs Leonard Mill Christ Is thought or idea of Him: way you write. Cones In an4

The annual horse I show held holiday with his sister and sick. Among those are ing returned to( their home In rather It;; must! be a. committalof Fleet your favorite ESTEK

in Brooker and sponsored by family, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Vasco Hazen a patient. In a Tampa last week alter a The AnswerBy your heart Yes. Christ is BROOK Fountain Pea. TEL > I

By Betty RabonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 the McDavId Farms! was presented Barry. Visitors at the Barry Starke hospital; Miss! Rosle week's visit here with Mr. and the Answer. >rCHILDREN'S 4.Plastkt II I

on Labor Day. Horses home on Saturday were Mr. Plnholster, Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Harry Manning. ,I I

from tot and near took partIn and Mrs. Same Orutchfield. Mrs. Hodge at the convalescent Mrs. Macklee Norman entered BIBLE CLUB I Note' ou" $3.30: at the

Well I must apologize, for' the festivities! Thai showing; The Art Quicksall family home, also In Starke. Riverside Hospital in Jack Rev. Charles Harvey TELEttRATH.
Mrs. Charles
rot 'having kept the fine peo- of the animals was held in the enjoyed a Cedar Key fishing The Earl Green family, the sonville Tuesday to undergo Oehrig an ,
ple of Brooker up to date on morning' and the riding and trip over the holidays and repotted Ernest Ed war-, family in* surgery. Pastor First Baptist Church; nounces that the Children'sBible
Club will
the happenings in and aroundour show was held In the afternoon a good catch of grouper Mrs. Tommy Cox spent Labor Sunday visitors at the homeof Lawtey. Fla. resumed e Carpenter Work
Tuesday afternoon
Sept. ,
small town but it has not There were some very' and trout. Day at the Lake Wtnott homeof Mrs. Ina Knight were Mrs e Contractingfainting
at 3:30 o'clock
in the
entirely been laziness I didn't beautiful animals on display Congratulations are In or- the Greens. Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Southerland of Starke. e /
realize that so many people and also some fine horseman- der for Mir, and Mrs. Edward Cox along with then 11 week Mrs. Mazzle Sparkman and "WHAT THINK YE OF that was that He would become the corner of Cherry and; e Hoofing

depended upon this column for ship. Among familiar faces to Endicott on the arrival of a old son. Bradlee. ere> here on Gus Green of Lochloosa, Wor- CHRIST"? Matt. 22:42.: The the eternal sacrifice for Madison: Streets. Bible and:! ....

information concerning such people" of Brooker. was that of son, Leonard Edward born In a 30-day leave from Kinross dna Prevatt of Lawtey and Blessed Son of God asked this every person who would accept Missionary stoiieswill be given EXPERT: WORK

happenings but I appreciatethe Salty and Joyce Langford, who Alachua. General. Hospital. Mich. with her parents the Mrs. Blanche Kirby and son all Important question!! of the His Sacrificial atoning blood. ; also choruses and Flannel- REASONABLE PRICESoLAN'It0WE'.

fact that they Mere interested are former Brooker people. Friends of Mrs. Eva. Harrell Greens. of Gainesville. in His day: yet He that He shed on Calvary's graph. All children are invitedto

enough to look me up or Not' only werewe glad, to see will be glad to know that she 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and George But entered the VA Pharisees asks and I the same question Cross for the sins of all who attend. Phone 864-5(123(

to call and ask why. So. here them, but they seemed to be has returned':l1! to Brooker to granddaughters, Debbie and Hospital in Lake City on Mon- you this day. He declared in will 'believe and) receive Himas 643 N. Walnut. St.

goes once more and! with your glad to be In Brooker once live Glad to have her back. Sandy Sorrell of Jacksonville, day this week for treatment. John 3:16: "For God s:> loved personal Saviour and Lord. I

patience and cooperation, I more. Recent visitors at the homeof I epent the Labor Day holiday at Mrs Lawton Youngblood.Mrs. the ,woi'ldi that He gave His I ask today in the light of our .

shall do my best to do what is RUSS RITES SUNDAY Mrs. Pearl Markey were Mr. Salt Springs. The Dyals received Floyijl: Smith and Mrs only begotten Son. that who- opening scriptures In this

expected of me. I can be Funeral services for Earnest. and Mrs. W. A. Bishop and wordfrom their son Frankin O'Steen were Gainesville soever belleveth in Him should copy "WHAT" THINK YE OF I AMBULANCE SERVICE

reached by calling 485-3312 Russ Brooker, were held Sun- Ray of Mobile. Alia. While PFC LaVerne Dya.1. Is is stationed visitors Monday. not perish but have eternal CHRIST? ,

and would ,be more than gladto day afternoon at 4:00: at De- here, they motored to Cocoa with the 'army In: VietNam Mrs.| Verna Young and sons life." And it is the all important PHONE 961-2600'

take your news. Thank you. den Baptist Church with Rev. and attended the champion that he will bqr sent to are< spending a week's vacationin question, and on your answer
Well, school Is In full swing L. L. Parker; Bro. Jamie Rho- Asronaut ball game. They Saigon for further' schooling New Jersey. Jesus Christ, the Precious and mine to this question we DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
in Brooker. well all over Lord and t Saviour, declared in ascertain whether or not we ,
as as den, and Rev.' O. C. Fosarty went sightseeing and visitingin In mechanics. Mall is very important Hampton Baptist WMU helda
the state. Brooker has a Junior officiating. Burial followed In Miami. Hialeah and Oche- to the boys In, service state mission, program and Luke 19:10: "For the Son of have Eternal Life; for in John DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

High School that accom- the Dedan Cemetery. Active chobee. Mrs. Markey accompanied and I'm sure that La Verne season of prayer Tuesday man is come to seek and to 8:24.: Jesus said "For If Ye Starke Fla.

modates the first through the pallbearers were Ernest Ed- the Bishops back to Mobile would love> to hear from morning at the church. Mrs. save that which was lost"Every Believe Not That I Am He Ye

eighth grades. In a special wards, Lloyd Barry, Howard and continued their trip friends back home in Brooker. George Kennan, president person in this world, regardless Shall Dla In Your Sins." I RENTAL SERVICES

meeting held at then\ school Douglas, J. W. Kelly. Leslie on to Biloxi, Miss and Bruton. Each Wednesday: Brooker 1 la was In charge of the program. of 'social standing, Than praise His Holy' Name, J I Hospital Beds Wheel Chain, Crutches

auditorium on September 7, Green and J. R. Mott. Mr. Ala. where they visited a nephew honored with tM presence of which was continued in the prestige wealth race! creed or for the wonderful promise given i

parents' and friends. :!! gatheredto Russ was born In Camilla. Da. Terrell Green. a dynamic little personality regular Wednesday evening color must realize that Christ In John 11:25.: 26. "I Am I I I
hear pro and con discussionon In his service at the church. gave up heaven's glory He The Resurrection And The'
but ,had spent most of his life A very exciting and interest- I who is very efficient prayer
the moving of the seventh was in the beginning with the Life: He That Believeth In Me.
In the Brooker area He is survived ing weekends: trip to the Ba- chosen field according to one

and eighth grades' to the Jun- :, by his wife. Mrs. Ethel hamai! was made by Mrs. Lula of 'his superiors.! :But girls beware TTVVT. ,. ..,........... nvv.. Father in Genesis, and 1::2&when. "Let God Us spake Make!I I Though He Were Dead. Yet GLASS That's Our Business"If
ior High School in Starke.
Russ!, Brooker: one daughter. Mae Carroll, Mrs. Ray Joiner, of the little black road
Supt. Thomas! L. Casey nnd runner-looks deceiving.An Man In Our Image, After Our I It's Glass We Have It"
Mrs. Ernestine) Dukes, Gainesville and Mrs. L. J. Crawford. The are -
Board member Ethan Sapp : one eon! Kenneth RUM girls went by boat and Judging old saying that appliesto Kingsley Lake Likeness.
along with Principal V. R. Gainesville; four brothers by the pictures they brought more than one) person In We must believe that'Christwas I CALL WRITE or VISIT

Ferguson were there to give Francis Chicago Ill; J. B., back with them, they had a this area. at. this time is "A in the beginning with the FOR ANY GLASS NEED

all the information availableand Livingston and Buddy of Apo- wonderful time. friend in need Is a! friend in- Mrs E, M. Norton Father, and when God said We Design Modern Store Fronts
to answer any questions! "Let UII make man." he was
dieed. I have found this to be
five grandchildren. Holiday visitors In the home
pka; and Phone MS-ZMl
that had arisen. After' the discussion very true and I'm sure that conversing with His only begotten Just Mail\ Us A Pattern For
Williams -Thomas Funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Green
a vote was/ taken and I some will agree with me. Son. And: | we must believe -
Home Gainesville was in I were Mr and Mrs. R. B..Bran- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACHURCH
the decision to kepp the two > Galatlann 4:4: wherein'
I charge 'of aM'angements.LAWSON'S ram and J. T. Taylor of Pa- SHEA'S""GiAss
grades here was made. So. for NEWS God has. declared In His Inspired CO.NOT
i latka. Saturday the Greens .
ry.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyHAMPTON Sunday School 0:49: a. m. Word. "But When The II' r J .
I hAd lunch with Mr. and Mrs. CharleyE.
MorningWorship, llXVa.:( m. Fullness Of The Time Wan ( INC.)
George Pierce 'of Waldo.
Training Union. 6:45: p. Come God Sent Forth His
MARKETCold Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Motthad m.l
Evening Worship, 8:00: p. Son. Made Of A Woman Made 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-4353
: their daughter and family,
Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday -
Under The Law, To Redeem
Mr and Mrs. Dick Andrews By Mrs. D. E. HID
Grocery Store Rev. B. T. Johns
Storage 7:30: p. m. Them That Were Under The I
and baby, as Labor Day guests. Phone 4SS1160AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA r.r ice.
"Come let I
Peavy pastor; us Law That We Might Receive
The Leroy Stokes family and
Mr!!. Minnie Atkinson spent Worship together"PERSONALS The Adoption Of Sons. about this question: I
At this point I'm going to' T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
Labor -
DRy on a fishing trip to '
CITY ELECTION QUIET; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dixon be dogmatic to the doctrinal "A dwelling costing $80001
Cedar I
and brought home
I Key NO CONTEST 43 VOTEDT. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. W, teaching of the Bible. The BIble is worth
quite a catch, including speck- i twenty years ago
I J. Alderman was elected F. Agner attended the funeral teaching hi that Christ
led trout. perhaps $15,000 today.
mayor, Mary D. Brown clerk'D. of their) cousin O. F. Lee, In Jesus gave' up heavens, glory I
Werkend .guests of and foes Homeowners insure ON CALL24HOURS
I Mr W. Johnson, marshal; and Vlanna. Oa. last Monday. ,for one explicit purpose and I
I Mrs. Dave Green were their ni E. Hill Richard Keyea and Mr. and Mrs. Gene- Smith I ance to full value cost

children Mr. and Mrs. Wilson F. P. Lott, councllmen in the and children of Valdonta Ga II I only a few dollars extra A DAY
Green" "end daughter
Junior Jane and city of Hampton election TUes- spent Wednesday with Mr. and to W. C. Townsends place on yet provide coverage to

I ville. The Green Senior all of Jackson- day. Mrs. J. L. Bradley and:!, family. the lake. They moved here full replacement value" DAY-CALL 964-5291
Greens spent cast their Mrs. M. C. Hartley and RayE.
from Lake and Mr.
City Skipper
Labor White NITE CALL 961-8591
Day at Sand 'I -
Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Alex ballots during the Say:!/ out of Norton of Jacksonville visit- Is manager of Town FInance Charley E. Johns
126 registered in the city. ed E. M. Norton and family Co. In Starke.
Williams and sons Kirk. There! was no contest ant the Saturday Agency
Mr. and Mrs. W C. Townsend -
Let Us Your Beef and Mr and Mrs. Guy Willing- I printed ballots and writeinswere Mr. and Mrs W. C. Bra urn- '
Prepare ham and children are spend- .Jr of Jacksonville were 131 S. Walnut St. | T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
only scattered Robert bough and children and Mrs. -
weekend. of Mr and PHONE
guests 961-0201
ing time with! her
Pork Your Freezer.We some
For Deep parents -
I, Cutchens, the present! mayor, C. B. Starling! and granddaughter Mrs. W. C. Townsend Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam
received 10 write-in votes for Wanda ell of Jack- I
There will be and her"' later and family Mr.
will Pick-up and Butcher. a I, mayor in contrast to 32 for sonville were Sunday guests
Small Fee for Pick-up-Uutchering cows $3.00 per and Mrs. Bobby Jones! Mr. of
Alderman. W. H. Maxwell Incumbent Mr. and Mrs. Maxle Carter
Head and Hide. HORS 3c per lh.-Cleaned Weight. Wllllntthnm 1 In stationed at clerk, received five! Sr. w

For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/jC' per Ib. with paper. ,I Norfolk Va.. Mrs. Willingham write-in votes despite his :request Mr. and:!) Mrs. Buddy Smith f
children will stay here
that no one write in his and children" have moved to
We Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers, while he Is being/ transferred name on the bc1.l1ote. Mr. Eustis.
to California.Mr. .
Cutchens also received a write-I Mrs. Carolyn Johnson and ,
Phone 06J-S2S1 218 W ..hnirton! St. and Mrs. L. L. Parker I
In vote for clerk, and Brenda two eons of Keystone Heights,

Jones, Rothelle Jones and I Mrs. F. C. Hodges, and Mrs. III IIIt

Gertrude Blade each receivedone Gene Murphy end daughtersof

write-in vote for council- Heilbronn Springs were t

guests of Mrs. E. M. Norton
mayor clerk and marshal and children" Friday.

were' elected for one-year Randy Miller was Sunday

', terms, and the three councilman Sliest' 'of the James Weeks

for two years each. Also family, and attended ry) ,homecoming -

on the council are Lillian dinner and afternoon'

.J *l Slade and Ina Knl ht. whose hymn! sing at the Black Creek

terms still run for another Baptist Church with them.

yearelected in last year's Mr and Mrs. Ray Miller"' and

election when the entire elec- daughter spent Sunday after-

tion was write-in and nd) candidates noon 8 t EtmU'-1 l.akt"> a* guestsof

filed In time for the Mr and Mrs. F. J. Saundersand

printed ballot.. All new officials family.Mr. .

will be sworn into office at the and Mrs! Volley Starling .1 ar r

next mtcttnsr: of the council spent' Labor Day in Sarasota.

; t4s 4 Tuesday' Oct. S, at 8 p. m. at Mr. and Mrs. G.V., Brown

the city hall.In.'Ipectors spent" the weekend In Man

for Tuesday's darin as guests of their laughter y
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F 9ie election were Mrs. T. F. Brown Mrs. Margaret Ann Peeler ,

Mrs. M. L. Watterson, and K. and family.
B. Watterson. Mrs Ray Miller. Mrs Mary ; t ,,
/ PTA IIERE TUESDAY Shipman and Mrs' Elma Rlgg .t
... it comes alive on
y ........ Hampton Elementary PTA is were hostesses at n picnic and
schedules< :t to meet next Tuesday swimming party for the Be\1- ,

r night Sept. 21, In the new Inh Baptist Church at their

eafetorUim at 7:30: > o'clock, according home Saturday afternoon. Approximately .

COL0RT[ { 1 I to President Chester 35 members attended I

Sen-Tie., It will be a net-ac! .

I quainted meeting/ with new Mr*. Glenn HelmnmJollnr

teachers and parents are encouraged and children of Norfolk V*.

to come and are were recent visitors of Mr r

k ... __ .. ohanirps In the room arrangement and Mrs. Volley Starling. I

..___ w. and bulletin..'? modelllng.. Earl W. Crawford has gone ,
Council Prenrnli' $3811 with a steno of wee kern to the II +

To Chamber' Of CommerceAt Bahamas. They' were sent by .. .t

One look and you'll agree there's no match for today'* last week's city council the Owens Illinois Glees Co. I

perfected Color-TV. Don't wait any longer. You're meeting aB the city hall Tuesday of Lakp Butler' to help repair ri

evening Sept. 7, councilmen the damage done bv: the hurricane 4s 1 t 1'i'd
half the TV unions
missing pleasure can bring you I ;
approved 'presenting a They' will be gone for
eee it in lifelike color. (Move your old set to the kidVroom check for usa 'to the Bradford bout two week I l .J I. 'Ii"

t bedroom, or' den for "personal viewing"). County Chamber of Commerce. Cindy Sheroiise' of Starke t

Encouraged by a film about mint" Sun''''y afternoon with "
1 With TV colorcasts tripling this fan, you'll have a the county presented by the Patti and Judy Wh1t-head.. tII"' '

greater choice and finer programs. You'll enjoy a chamber of commerce at the Mr. and Mrs. Volley Starling ..." / '

"million dollar theater" for a penny's worth of electricity August council meeting, the were, In Jacksonville Sun- .. ..... s'.'. .1'.I ... : -.. ., ." :
t hour.* Hampton council had discussed day visiting their niece Mrs. .. ... .. .. A'1'0. .. ( I. .. : : .
per .. .
\. the move nt both the August Jimmy Cornell "who Is 111. ...... .. <<, ,.. "...

So live it up with the Magic 3 radio, stereo hi-fi, ant;! September meeting Mrs. Earl Crawford and './'( 1'A' 1/ :
Funds from the various areas children spent Sundae with .. '.. .
and Color-TV. Prices are the lowest ever, becauseof .
of the county are to be used :Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight at .
tremendously increased production and coat: by the Chamber of CommerceIn Heilbronn Spring. ) \
,, KUNTHffi PEfiMITTEl I .t....
cutting efficiencies.! advertising the county la Mr. and Mrs. I>wttt Crews ;,\ .
__ SEE YOUR DEALER NOW such a way that new businesses and children of Raiford were' !:.. ."' ,. .),/... .i '...< ). ,,",:." ;o.1''i..w' ".
...".,h. .....6 may be encouraged to locate Saturday guests of Mr. ant .,J. .. ... :J. ... .. . .. .. .. '" ; \."-
Mrs. Charles "
here.Other Crew I .. I "- !,
paid per Mike r''' ,"' ...,..... taReMaTllll Or.gtala ..., .
lt9bwatt business! at last week's Bryan of Heilbronn .. .. t
hour for .. .
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Jumhine Service meeting Included a review of Springs was! Frlda overnight ... -.
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S guest of Mlllrr.MM. .'IT'b" "ov .... .... //I'" -11 .
J electricity in the candidates for the city election Randy ., ," .... J ;
: home i ia actually and checking voting E. !M Norton and .", \. \. : ( .. .

, 1 31% cheaper than :registration books. Seven new daughter$ spent Tuesday In The sign you' see displayed' on CCA Woodlands illustrates our .pproach to ForstManagem.nt.

just 10 years ago> voters' were: added this year Jacksonville with Mrs. A R : ,, ..
and 19 removed from the list. 'ib"'l't.<< By practicing multiple use forestry w. provide the South .withpddition.l.r.creation .
All councilmen and city officials We welcome Mr and Mm sorest; ; .
FLO RIGA f ONEI I tICI' C..I' wCile( inSuring',of products fo.lndustr1.
ratrraro BUILD netlOA were present! for the J. K. Skipper and throe' children I rIIJ\: ': .'. ." 'i\'lo. "l' _"""' ., 'w- .. ': .. ....3a.....,' _'t.'f ;'
meeting except Mayor Robert to our community. They

have moved their mobile home


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