Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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September 23, 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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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3,350 Every Copies Week BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Copy Single 10 Cents

Official County Publication Established It. 13798TAKKK.


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Douglas Elected IPI To Explain NeedPublic

BHS Student l : Meeting Held

l Body PresidentA I -

record turnout of 89 percent
On New CourthouseSewer
of Bradford High's ell-

gtble voters went to; the polls
last week' an;' ejected: senior

Jim Douglas president of the -
student body: along with of. I The) first of u aeries: of meeting: to inform the'

fleers and representatives of Project SetGreen public alxuit the issues: Involved in Ming race track

the new Student Council. fiiiuls to construct u new courthouse wale held by the

Junters Ken Spqtt was nal i Hrutlfonl, (County rommission<< \ Tiie.Mtlay night

vice-president. Cathy Acres I trail ford, County Kepri" ">nUtlve A. J. Thomas Jr.

Hitchcock secretary SYlVia I' 1)I\'lIl'nll..1( u copy of the straw ballot which will be pre-
Dodd. treasurer and another I
senior John Cdom. was named I tI Mental,, to the people at the general election Nov. 2.

pa rl la men tarta nDowlas I Above Holiday Inn :imager IHitM fiutto watches.. hU diwighler, Mhrrry m .h" iimkune <>.. n ,.., WaterVigorously Com. mis.-, *iuu Chairman (Gt'C Roberts remarked that
defeated senior 'i"". ; To Get the straw haunt/ iroes a bung way in explaining thi
of the owlninilnx, pinj In the. pluta of the new lOG-unit farlllty. The. Inn HIM. nvhrduliHlto l' '
John Bpernler and John Bradley "'I necessity of using/ the County's half of race trackminify
1 open{ limiorruu. and all unit are In Complete' mMllnr .\''''I.t| there .to n<. alr-eoudltIiu InE.Ilectrleal ;.
by polling a majority of ; to construct u courthutis
: trouMen are drl.)lng the opening. until neTinxwlay.. :' \- .......
the votes, In the first primary, ; : protesting a $2 |lair foot<> > 1I""l'Lmt'nt' :; : Tloniaa t..I.1 trummisslonmaster. .
"I believe At right: lite Inn I I.* roniplrteven tu Ifs huge nlgn >t nillng out front and .Irltrlrr'e .!
the Interest displayed
their thivt unlvns the >
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for IrtiitaUuUoii sewer MCI-OHM' e rhmila,, and secured. It by !far
by the students during .I(roni.|>cnlng MM>n" nprllrd. out. Nome don't .brlleseInhst II resident of Green Acre subdivision, !" p"lIl't'rty'l) I truth 1 1 money, In tlnl ikiwn thin flutnl H.aiMl.OOO: ) worth of
the campaign and the election It aye and ship to ask If the Inn I I..* open for bll..ln. ,,_ exacted an agreement) from the city ( t I DIM niiinty nt limit a -hMnr to hoods.. .

indicates> their desire to be I I I .lose. all rites. truck "iiumi-v, The HrhiH.I Himnl. bond UIH .
active In the practice of food $1,000,000 Facility .-. .. .." In water lines too. !API vice !Ux an.}:' city real', eat.ate "IL" cuing to happen. ;. .. .|.1'.11th"t. \ the Icglalit-

dUcenship.. said C. M. Cark.SUJe1'Vta1nc t To mollify the roomful of uiul ccrMUtiil titxeiTho .. Tluimii 'stud, "tli. rare ,trnrklevfiiii tore In. responsible, In tne.v..nt

principal of BHS. a'' taxpayers alas were" nqiiawkliiij engine'I'll. Ruckin will iHHinrr. or Intern th.y a... Itt to. take away -
"I feet confident thla yer's Inn ta at the. high cost of the sewage und hill: I n. ...nt. I leoouuiiviiJeil .> 111'1"11'11.1| iirronlliw. tu tare track, revsnuo.,

revamped' system of student I!I To Open Tuesday praject to>> them> the council lust several. III'" ,. bo ex- Is| "|>iilittli' >". ThiMi our nnmll Th. County CuurthotM con-

government will be able to'' voted to extend water line cludi-U' frum the jJl'UItOAt'HeWN' oiinly with' lUNiul I .lIt" IH.Dilittkm slrtss. "-lon. pmjcrl "ouH, In .f-

function effectively In the I! to 01'111Acrf'1I as well as the \ < pn>Jvfts. In. uiiler to hold "..,,'L Miami. a hone*. fact arrnmplknh" themot

promotion the general' _l- Deep1te setbacks the new,i AtJ/ the> onnet of construction advantages that are offered N plannej: .MW<.I' Hum vxtcii-iUina.) \ the cost t down to. $11)8000.) and nnlustu... fur .Installer' ., fhtrtc'n I limit.. ItdhiTtn told those. present

far of the. school and the development Holiday Inn (hotel 1 J will open ,' Coats said that he hoped, to here.. He told of thing* of Interest to both Oirrn' ACI'". line( ,CunUllut"It On Page" five lr I I4rg, S" 1"'I.I..lIlIu, I .
of democratic! skills l f' for business on Tuesday of staff the entire Holiday Inn > > and things to do !In .I t e l a. 3outlu. ...te HubJIvUlons. Mont I "W.rll unit. iiinifiivr, wit 1\\ "If w. have our present.

In the students" Clark next week' Davki Coats Manger ant Restaurant with BUrke j i Stalk and Bradford. County.Tuesday of the. resident howeveretmr ( 1I iliinmt no rnra tl""k tweniK.vv belt of the 1'ATth of the racetrack

on to ..,.. went j I sald.Cat. and Biadford County voplf.He .1 I" M, Oalnew... reprc-! >d to icullxtf: ti..e nice unleis. have. It plwlgiMl. ," ha money. pledged.| ., then

The> new system referred> to I aid that plans for said today that he wait I nenUU.4 of the Floildu: Hotel ally of some asarsiinent but ,,1.1.,1.. they. will h. more .Inclined to

includes a special class' to enable opening ate shaplitl up fine, able to fulfill ills prv.Uotlon., : and: Restaurant Cummtaloiv thought tJ par tOOL tae< hluh Tim Itni.lfonliunty, Hi-h nlIliMinl nittlnu the same method of

student government but that some difficulty had and that with the exception I and Jack Thawkk sanitation since Ilciuenl HJa,1; lenUlniU ,rankly pledged. their livl-tlng, th*. fund." Ituberteddnl. ,
member to hold( theft study been experienced> with getting of himself! and Pepper' Thom- officer for U\e\ Htale of Floi.' paid only 79 cents per foot wit. lit I the saner ImcH revenue 1.

hall the same pVrtod each day the electrical system' ready as. Restaurant Moll"''If'r. that Ida each held two hour .sev Man Escapes It will oust an e>luu4t*. in a bulliUiiK. piiitimm! for _the Th straw tniltot xpUln" .

and a multi-representative: A grand opening wont beheld the entire staff of the nw I dons on food handling and fit).000 more to run water lines thus rnn..nlnK behind u.lnKh

system. which hat been designed yet' for several weeks.| Holiday Inn are from Staike I sanitation and peinnnal hygiene From Clay to Or.*en. Acre biliMiliw the ; ruo-trnrk. revenue t..*..

to Improve communication "'Wch gives us tune to gets j and Bradford County : A tour of the huge> coitt of the two. projects to Job TrainingIs It states.

between the Council and the I adjusted to a routine," CoatsI'i ideled The Holiday. Inn la begin facility was. held for Uu empi Road Camp 1108.000 The OI'C'elAC't'tI -- "Th Herd ..f County: ComtnlMMlim -

student body, The new syntemIncriKfra Falk In Starke andl: f I fling operation next Tuenday. : oyeen.Coats, j newer. ptolwt will cost an enllmntivl > Offered of HrndforJ County .

representation on the> Bradford County have been September" 28 with 63 'nvplurees. Mid the theme of the A man serving life sin.I II I70.1JO and the Southgte 'U duly aiithurlsxl by the

council from each' first pet.Lad looking. forward since> ground I The employee training BUrke Holiday Inn I. "Herv- I I truce for murder escaped\ from proletl, IT'J.BOO: A total For KlorliU. .. Mint. -gUUtur. to

clam was broken earlier this year. i seaslom' were held Monday. Ice" He! said that the Ion of- State Pt kin t'OIIor; camp near of BI.OOO 1 Is available from Dropouts riirmtrurt. a flaw t:4Iur.: nous*
"We feel we will' be able to to opening of the million dollar {I, Tuesday and Wednenday of fcra 34-hr, service, and the! O.-.en Cov Springs, Tu..davu ) the recent bUild l Issue. for newer ,...alt \ In b* |1.1. l l for ....1.1, out ofimptvry

reach> the studmil and. more Inn I j l this week. L restaurant and coffee shop will two stolen\, ew a'v1' 1. still. I I extensions but soma reiwrvih Tint, itrtMlford.. County tkhuu I from race
Importsnttyr t they wtZYUe'ab1!. "Cliaaub.e.tCernm.rr. Msn>f. '''Af fldq' monitTHt the new be open daily from 8 a. ro 'till on the IOOM>. K-fOrdliw "" W ** been left ItJt'J:' ntht.enclm< : 1).ra Board met. In ..ietlal, .aewworfor trash fund No iwMltlon! "...-

to reach us." tars. the newly seer Pete Novak spent" quite employers of the Inn heard 10 p. m. .hrrlffs authorities tier*. City Kminrer Lull rtucknisnexplained. I Tlnlrad.uY and 1 gcccptd bid. ..c on real or personal. pr >p<<

elected prea!'ent, Jim DourUs. a bit of time and effort as from Coats the! Holiday Inn I The Holiday Inn has 100 Charles' Willard Price 2i.iitole : equipment' for Vocatlona. I I ty will be 'bvlefur. Ihte purPOM. -
did many other business Irsder story and she SturdevantJonit ttxim" with. double' 'bed In one rar In Green. Cove Among tile atrorurest pro Office KUwatlon .", .,ee&. and I I If the rare track fund

Representative elected to of the community, g'Uir. j frnnchhte or llls.tlo..1 each room; wall-to-wall car- ftprlnK. and drove to Middle, testers ag-tlittt the 1:1: aiweiM-. .a nil Elcetroldre: "..Nirn..... ore not plmlgeil. for this p...).

the Council/ are Del," Brown. Inc Lifcrmatlon for the )loU- atoty Monday .afternoon' \J prtuxr, television/ air conditioning i guard There lie abandoned,, sent were reskJentd' who have With the new iniwlilnrnHfhiiol 'IMIM .bfnr the IMT L.*."la.

Dianne Cook. Danny Cowen. day Inn Corp. which determined vak told the orgsnlutl and a telephone' In the first v tolt'IIt.nd stole a aliratly Invented. lit septlo I flrn ,Nli4HrIxxul Hiipt TI>IH, CiMFy. says Luca. all or nio-t. irf sMkl funds

>Sylvia Dodd Jim 00Ii'W1I\.1 I their building the> faclnty about Bradford County and I such room I IMA Dude which ha, Just. tank. cuter. pump anj welU.Huckman AllurnryShaw I "119' MuilfiiU will work. III nurrnuiKllnirs will b* hwt to thus! rounty."Th .

Hrry listener, Andy May ton.Pmtrlcla here PUrkc' sn-T pointed out the Itt sw tmmlixi pool for guettto .. been serviced at a service nUlk explained, however nliiiulatlnn ie.u- lloni-il. of ('....nty -.

!Morgan' Join Odom. t- i. Minted In the renter of Uw : >n Tliere. bait been" no traceof and !biukeil by s,vriitlCounrll Named i ,tar biilne.. otfk'f ait...> will' ", I". In ?"v..r. of con.trurtrtig

David\ Penoyer Peggy Sander!, -- Hol..'s,. Inn .rrvka area I him slme Tu'..sday aftermion. '- inembem, that tits ""- learn, to operate. all the nmchlne ., .a new "cuurthou a*

Ollaon< 8Hr'. Betft!' Orovgrn ii.'i'ii- Coils* said the restaurant' >> ccor/liw: to D.'puty o"'ln.-lIt,, will nut errs\ covet Assistant I grnrrally IIMH. to take n"UIII",1 shove. but dflirir. .* an of

Joanne Thorn. and Kathy I ". win "serve' buffet lunch from Stint llnrwrt Oieen COoL of llxi tnitwUU of the. I caie. ol almiwl any uiu. .. .n this subject."If
the riniiity
Whltehesd 11 a m until 3 p. m. daily | Price' U dencr"id: a* havlnn projcvt Layliv the II."" er llm-t concrrnllld I of the
D A. Jscobnen U.. Un faculty and ixiffct, dinner from ,.g'30 a ruddy. cumpfrnMin brown will", ooot from .4 to lit |Per I'Public Defender were accepted| I from" you are In favor court

advtftor I .. p. m daily eyes. bd trtlh,. a 'iif over' hi/. foot he .tutld. Th 12 l..'T' foot i I HIM: in Hwonvllle! HurroiiiilM 1 on..lrii.lliin ut a nw solely l

Presently, the Council is _-,.: He said. Un iwltcttbtMrd. and I left eye, arid a birth mark on would amount U. > only $11.000 Tho a|>p'''ilntni./ ..i>t ..f >> of (luliiiPNVllle. and I'' huiM* tll b* ptlltl for out.

working on Jocker<< .... >t.'"> ...-... ..1 tewtstratlon desk of the Inn I' the nape of his r> 'k U.> !. ". or w) and would .serve onlyto K Hhtiw Hlarke nttorn. ...* VllllUau Office Hupply. (,'0. of from rare Irwk. furwl-i'' making sit

haU) truffle control .acnzmonts./. / ,, .... will be ..tatC.d.t.lI times. fret nU Inches tail and wehths defray nut coiupUtely! .b- Annlotunl. I'lihll. l Ih'fr.Ni.r' lul' 'tk City llnxl/ .shove! vole YM by boa -
mink In thus PP
miperrlKto* '' end f'I Leh. 34-hrw. a day : 128 pnundn' orb the, t-ont of the projet" i the K.lKhth;, nrrult Ttu niulpiiii'iit, orrtrrnl hi.rilld. sit 'w'. ..
etas olfren. (ItywlllBr M II. V smar k. at .kit, gr.lHiw r* .r.*Mltrlyal Heating capacity of the liM( ma 'hill*' aM.* .Y..." If against. .c. not
the. "ntarke" ..... II Mmwlay' night a* .he UIU lh" <*n t. purMM ''III. (Jcfrmlnr U A. Irvrn Jr. at II IJI). IB tnwwilfrs.. a.eetetaly'o "Yes.. If .....In..t outs t no by
loom and coffee Clop' U. Fair AssociationTo 'ciuirtd, to pay I"''" tltp.on! !i fee "." mark In the.
Elks Gathering :. > MMtMl flManrbtl. "....._t. The rminrll Imoh his adi.Ire 173 prrnon, Coal siM I ITh" i wire the lilies are ImUlli.l [ Tinn. |>|nilMt"i"lil In. t-irmlivn.' cle,"k, a |iuiltraliinurlilne >, I i ntaklnx .n "NO "
.. I Meet Tonight 0. ...h'.r I I. II"I4ll1ow' : and other tnlM-ellan bOlt pMMlt|
end will study Ihi' r budgpt figures rm .pal the .pt..r I IIe new Holldsy Inn I U la. They will be allowed to pay Ilene Long
Used I Taa A.-
FurnitureFor /! tulles. of Aioilsnl' rou tilpinrnt,
desdlln.. rate on U 8 301 Korth In > .. 10 '
the aMH wmnt over a year ..tlon of why' ,
Itie Bradford County Fair l'ntll f>.frn.l.i will .1 I, stuff, A IrnUllvH. vote of approval, l rsliml the iii
fltark Ct'au.nd Ida sw>.ht. at fuui tent Intorrat '* Iran a1 lrmily l-
Charity AuctionThe perkj lr l .
'' AtiKiclstliiii. will meet at II p. the fuM, ,qnun| 1 1 ..r ; .!>,. i" wax then t41 i an rnilrr for slnr the leiclKlatur
Council DelaysBudget \ ant Thomas. are both new on the unpaid ImUncfl. I Bradford
I'|I m. tonight I Thursday) In '1.I..r l l 'a( l.Vlli' !II"! 'It,II .an rliH'trotilrs, <">ur". fimrymtkl ButhirrWeil Ih
Starke CUT Club is residents of the town They Mil prot a'.t. were over the Cummlaatwr
willrtlr/ No. 3 si Ui. Fri olw hu l up 'th. -ilwU. '. iui the hoard w< opted< a bid tliimty l <*
now cathermg wr"'d furniturefor moved! here with tht'll!) fsmllle tact that lltfmt chrge mud a courthouse.
defense IV (1CunUnard tu'M't
CirounilsBveryotie .J..rl..It.| i in I than 11mn.0< nf Tnmpi,, era
a charity auction. In July from M.rldi. ii. M.... bot paid plus. a monthly newer trek. m..n.y, they
U irm d to alter 1 ( > ln I'ai" .lt.' i .runlln..1.. nr, -... Iourl. from nw
J D Doyle ExaltA t Ruler Proposals Coats said that t.lwrent.liver .r. ....Ih.r'".: to hold' .* r"fer
of the Starke elks said that of Holiday Inn have mluni of .any "....1.

the> money derived from the ;I found Ht.rke.nd Btsdford Why tl ,n't you gi ahead
nation will be used for Elks: County. to be very cooperative and holhl the nortbuuer". hankxl.

charity pro.HeU.!! To Be Studied and enthunlsjitlcWe .

Anyone' having used fUrnI.t. I lake It down here. he> .Hfntamt. It W the fltn

..... they wWI to donate U added. of t the. nNt/ur"y) of this board.

asked to call W II. -Billy" j It wan difficult to t tell Monday night| which laIty : Unit in bowling, ; llr..../fontmini
Noecel.NoegH' nt ctnl.'n' -
had its back to the wall :SUrke'n; city council I I School Out Early fur II iiiiintr of
will pick up the< uied *. want the opinion
furniture .nd.. M>>Ias which hj to come up with a workable budget or city I II I Friday AfternoonDue the .p..'vl.." CommlseMine-r. Js-
enouarh Is gathered an auction ( auditor W. I U. Womack who put big job on the line in all ,lolirwi answered him.

will be )'held with the date> to i favor of what he calls efficient> government. I To Workshop fiihn (then. I I. r l>m-

be announced: later, Doyle "The rourvtl was net Monde r dins when h.. lh.,iight, shout H
saW. t I night to come up with a IMA lom Conru Clark,, prlnrlpwl of ..If the .peopta know what
that n'. wrong to rock
Co n4y<< IMgta $Hchool .
.e city budget for the flMal' tt. mean, then lhy'll vote ro.It'
aftfr by simply ad 1- ..
year year announced the w-fcml. will .bmtMMl
year" beginning October I an ( a matter tit nor get
Inc acme figure t t lad tea ".. rrtiliiy, ".pt 34 ..I!.II .Ins *'
BOX LUNCHES engine next September' JO .r ling ..,m.1f w* eoulil *,
Edwards: budget. No budget: should bot I p m. The lace' w. .. ..n..1. .
City Clerk Merrill nnklna
he Mil, but'
wH arbitrarily HUM .
live at 12.30.Tb..rhonl
For Football/ Fan had< tentative> fUurrs. compHetf certain accounts should boO cfrirri. will. bus. A..._.. Long( meld. that the
after worklnc nWhU to round, rounty n.. "l.* the rare tracknwaray
justified Acting on Wurnatk'swt.tlot. alien and sti"' l...tti will hsr"
On SaleSATURDAY them up. But Womack threw I I .. the!' council the"' oppurtunity to hev lunch Passing' .! |Its. wrung tlnie r.wuit thl .......-.... una.hup near l Iwaluy. fu.'Isy Injuring, right. purwm.| .h! mlthem sod. nhoukj. save It any
a wrenrh Into the ..orkln.It's ... Voted for commltt tomrrt before. leaving. the *..ho. ralex.
tune you have efficient i mllliig would. have to wr
financial planning tune U. I with each department; gmun'to.MrlMitrf. | if the rare reek r..nua
heal to mace plan for the / I la Ming'
really knucklo down and get I; coming par> The- me-ttn arty to *mbl! Ie all rl""nwntarylearner ::1 8 Injured In LawteyTicck. I .hMtThoiiut .
Hr this thing right to get this \\.1 ,* "pl.m il a
I i will be prior to pmrr.ttr*<< and math 1nefru tow ito .. ., Zert-
city on 1U f. -t One p&Mto | ._IIIt.n by fI mmi l ner
Junior'o"'n'* Clubouth i, earti requnt to Uv enttreeounrlL .Cc.nol w rmxlvrn maul)i
I tltMl down
that It
ne told Hamilton
begun to UM toudjtf" In them meetlng-i" the workanop Hi the .!tern m,,: I r:.ght pmm* were Injure. I Unrbl" IO I )0 nil 01 .'ar wv too C..MM ii 1'''" Mno ,*, m\ "ni> mlrk.r InJitrlv .. from Br..lfonl -
counrM. tulnc forceful rr bark nn ny
UW plain :>
eounrtf mrmbers responsible> Mr, Clark elated.Business tell rrHlcally.' hi a enr-tnirfc Atorrting. to the. arC't'' him Th. Impart ..mpl-.It wig rre.t_l st llnvtfttfl -.
$ Walnut St. words 'for each department stmuldbrnm ......>nup _ar1..y. about I r port flied by Tnviper spurn" .riHirvl (fha. ''Ie">irrnnImvmg .nr ',,''011 Y >....pot..l. l and relewHxl -, C'mmcy a .pr.Mnt portioneosll
It you dont like the way I ttioraurhry f ami'tor/ 2 VM, Tuewlay wry the are, loVnt arrtttfrt. Rund.I, It f..*. ing north in II.. TiiMkiy itft.rni,,, nMr be teed fur other pur
(U. S. 301)) of the
( after t klfiK car
talk the way I took or what with the mechanic of that Course Nil nf the ffmtrut Injurxr/ Mr. -Jot..ln. who. was. .!' north tunitwl' Into .oat l liiM> kml !''v'' >{on$mn, dI..r t.lpa.
I say, remember you're' free .* department and b- able to were rhlbtrnt.The tvmrHlfig. to DIMM srwifrfr v1hvle ,, TI.r...,.'. triM.k off cm taMe the. of the MH-I....| ....,. *4. wlinrttoil l iwrvlce: itn construction
Fried Chicken And All the brweae to tie. me.' Womack Juntlfy" earh w& itkwtli| money Offered Adults eriJhjuon wcurvl' .".twsitI pUwJ out tit the *mithIxxtfwt air the nw, >l lTurrwr t., (Mnt. <'l TiMinly' HVHI ....: I of the rnurtnoue. said
rill 1 or turn It darn fa ir-4..Ath of a mil north. of "'n.. roMinir the renter was. pintHwl ,In the for Irmtimrnl ut .*hr...'I C'ommlMtliiiwr
The Trimmina7s In dl-fuatanc Ark Edws vfatentsttvt I f'f'qUl'tOt-Oufne with something Typinr I and II. shorthaMl. I l>.w..y on a two. Un. ntf.t -hut hne Into" the path of thus ere knge 2" minutes ....,..,. .inn amt .alas ta ".r fvniulrvn, lht money to bft/m' court.
bwiget In wtilrh estimated up I, and office prarUor. ar* belies U It. 3OI "f"P''%*.** the H and j I north hotfrwt" Ford Y ',-.tI_ .f forts to) fr_ him .were. ....-. mien. ",,( with "her' ,, y. eimetnirtliin. "hem been In
realktlc Wotnack
] dtaounrtnenta by e1IIO'Jnd.I offernl to adults and high.,I D. Phillip fI4 truck, sopW I i truck. driven by Turner Mra.1 .roved .p...,.inif. .r. W.V. alms. admit u.. D..tIC the. peel two y an,,
almon: $100000 the expKrtcrecrtpta. I ed. 'You may md lip" with in* school stu. enu after nwulai. r sheds ..,..,...,. HutrolI | IVn)>Mnm. driving a II.. wa. .hate l in _t...,.... list! a, Hill for trmttmcnt iffmimir two retina. two rears' ago an<1
fhfct Spar ctrihtH the sudltor ...'." I same thing you' has her.. but tool Mka r-Ilt I Tm'ip.r K: $.smdb.ry. NenWbA I RamMer attempted tit ......,. terry mfwlitmn Tuevlay nightt mjiirln All w..r. UetMlin I, I one. rrrtll last y>wr

Weekly to P bllrize "X gK the lmpie ton that at !Hot after oturfvt-w. It"youll c. the In rwl M Carrion to avnWI ,.oUI..."', lost control. 11"....r.My IoIPttto'.1 l f>r>t.rInrn ...lI."I.. .,." ntmhllon by a last y*..r'* on. mill brought'

Community Event by there figure have not been KNOW If It's teafntle!. The classes: wilt be In cam' rr.dnkk Turner 37 nf Ft.Oioryl tit bee. rr .kirVU. .l ..
very we3: thoucht out. that Secondly, the au1t.or.Id.. alas Tuewlsys and! 'nRano4ey''e f...nAeu4nle. "III rlaucM.t I ramming Info th* front ofT ..wrg.ry fur rn ttpII' r..ur sesame haw over timi.OOO In the
The CommunityState this budcn.orlt has been the entire crujrvll should meetto from lI: "- :" p. m or Wed. Ann 10. ...... .I,.,,,. A .mer.. truck Turner also ,if born a... A" 'riling. to Tr..r sus.1- hunk. for the new court-

don rapidly..' sam.n. .... at lUrtrrw her tempe
Bank ......_11. told UM roundl department epratefy and to to the ton renkrx p (Hr. rhllrfrvn. Knf.r 12. Am-,1'I v trying to pull off thus ro*>lIt A' n IO *h., w.. >" ,Ing alit a"i ti". drinng. m th. wrong pUdgtngthe' rate track

I iConUnued On Page Plvel of Q_ malorlty) oItf"J'rr.. 9. ft..ugta 2,





Mrs. Vergie Flynn was SunI I r ". '. ... ,. ceased.., and Lorraine Thorn cloning' mora. and' I ton sweat and husband Junior South 8tarka-ara..n CoveApringe Holland Building
day afternoon guest of Mr. 't Sweat; Marshall Thorn of Roadn old BV4" o< NE'.4 of .Tallahaaaae. fr'li.rlda..
and Mrs H. J. Waters In t ton .heirs of Virginia Orlf NEU Section. 34. Town..blpMoulh. I Of Counsel for the Petitioner
Onlneavllle and attended I fie Thornton, deceased. and Ranee *3 Eimt .less 20 '/I.t. 10/7
any unknown helra' devlaeea. -; Starke It.iad.
Prances Fords' fifteenth birthday n / .. other laJmants 1 feat fur westerly of and lmh.11vlnu
party and cookout. under Alma Ortffle, daceaa- lo feet. of the survey line of. I .
1 ed.SUBJECT State Road. 8.,11011
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs Oladys Harrington returned TO: Tax certificate | said survey lln., being diI I
Saturday from two I recorded In T. S. Book 1 follows "
Phone 961-0651 at Pace 25. In favor of Evelyn &SS&X I at the NE' .eu"er rHa'tlon '
weeks tour In the Northeast to South "HINEIGHBOR"
A. Maney; .ubJ"'" 15. Townahlp ,
I Including Canada and Niagara (> Mortgage recorded In OR. : '. / ,
'. Sa-'RV.-8 K'/iSH.
Book 10 at Page 3In ,. "
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. JacksonSr. Mrs. Joe Bakken was a patient Falls. National d .
vor of People' th.nca 8 0
.. Mark Jackson and Mr. in the Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler Inc. ran 131101 rut. run thence. S. J
a-Mrs., / Coal Henley of Starker Hospital Monday to Wednes- of Kansas City Mo. are T'd'N; icE that. a Declar-. 14' 40" B H4J.01I foot coni'itv lu I..hj .. ,
atlon Taking b.. bean filed .. a curve
.... Mr and.Mrs. Han-y Smith day. guests this week of Mr, an:3:! ,.> .., In the. of ahove-atyfed. \ cause by tn Ih"wSat.rly. l hitting, ... rndlll'<

or Williston attended the Mr and Mrs;, J. A. Schmittof Mi's. Leo Champion. the Petitioner, the acquiring of Mdt.a feet t. run. thenceseulberly With

sratfuatton ejcerclara of Mrs. St Louis Mo. were vlslUiw, Mi' and Mrs. Garb Mathews for authority the taking of theee.of the.proceedings abova-de-. throtlirh a total alum central-en taj ....-.. JIM WATSON

Mark Jackson from Jones Mr. and Mis. M. F. Hazen over were Monday night supper ., acrlbed.. landa, for the purpose of 04 d..g 00' 00' endlstofrenl. ;' I I

Business College on Saturday the weekend.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce _.""_,"."._,."._.-" _".""" _- ,_," -"._.. __. .''_'T "m'__"_"T.-_,-__'"_.m"._._..__.'-ci" ......,.. ,,"".. .,."" .\ """"" set. forth, via In: the Aa Petition right of In way thlacauee curve 200 feet, run to thence the H. 1 deg. 'ir.' '. And OnSEPTEMBER
night at the Robert Meyer and Mrs. Charles A. Mathews In Gainesville on Mr. borrow pit and drainage eaaei 20" W U' feet to the centerline i'' 27
Five were killed) tout Friday three of them children to this two-car collision of State Road IOO.11.eo ,
Hotel. Hewett and daughter, Cynthia Gall Mathews' birthday. persona t i mint for a portion of old .tatsroad. I

.".Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Dianne of Chattahoochee and ONE RACK OF DRESSES near, Maxville. The tragic accident occurred apparently, when the Ford went out of control and .that Bradford the. Honorable County, Florida naorge. lion 2857-150, aorea more' .'ur'' Hear Special Guest

visited relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dickson of $3.00. 700. and 9.00 Thurs. on wet pavement. L. Patten one of the Judges of I.... of.alatln rnudI I
the week- Jacksonville weekend Fri. Sat. at Lella's. the Circuit Court In ,". EighthJudicial : right of way. Griffin ,
in Jacksonville over were of Florida' will OWNED iV, Marlon
_ end.: ( guests of Mr. any:!; Mrs. E. Bry- Mr and Mrs. W. H. Noll- I Two 1'eachers,3 ChildrenDie on the 22nd day of September Amon T. Orlffla' and wit'. ', Geo. T. HugginsBradford

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cellon of an Erwlni and family.Mr. man have returned after Lawtey Negro A.D.M., ,In I..t the Bradford 10-00: o'clock County A. Hnrah rirlffla firlfflai and wife Johnnie Ill,'ho ',

Plant City spent several days : and' Mrs. Charles Fowler spending the summer In Asheville Courthouse at Htarke. Florida Orirria' ; Vernon tlriffls CotintyAgri-
I last week with Mrs. Annie of Winter Park were week- and Highlands N. C. consider said Declaration of James nrllllm' and Clrlfflfew. wlf. |i cultural
In 2-Car Collision At MaxvilleTwo Taking, appoint appraisers. and Cheryt Orlffla.: Jean Agent
Ttollingsworth. Also visiting end guests of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Woods has returned make such Order aa the Court and hual.Hml.tll.-l

m Mrs. Hollingsworth last Thurs- Herbert Thomas and daughter after two weeks In the Lake deems proper. All parties to the. (.r.....* Hue nrlffla .bmllh..Smll'and 6:45 A.M.
husband Charles
day was Mrs. Ernest McCol- Kathleen, at their camp In the City VA Hospital where he underwent Lawtey negro teachers was listed In satisfactory condition suit may and appear all and parties ba Interested heard at Paul Hogan; Paulette Hogan .

fey: ) : of Lake City.wBoys scrub. surgery Visiting Mr. and three school children were I at Duval Medical Cen- aona who are dead or who an the time and place dealgnated. ; Henry Stenaonr. Stansun Don. p. 1 WI
i ft thru 12 Register Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Mont- and Mrs. Woods on Sunday killed In a two car collision I ter. not known to be dead or alive; You. and each of you are aid Stenaun Monroe, TUlmA'fIt Denies : ,
Breaker commanded to by ;
eetloa arUMO-M hereby appear
t 1bw for Ford Dealer's National were Mr. Mrs. a rain storm on US Dewayne Clavy 39, a white Leon Tflllman
gomery Sr. and son James and::!! Louis during feealr l A Addressee flllna an Answer to the Petition rhel Tlllmanv I POWEIFIDICHANNEL
football: League/ Punt Pats. Montgomery, of Lake City Woods and sons of Live Oak. 301 Friday afternoon. I Insurance salesman from Gainesville Marlon OrlfflaAddreaa heretofore, filed In this' June husband TMiman' Wayne Craws Crews am ]i iHelra ,
-lI'hd' Kick Competition Got Mrs. Dave Paulk and houseguest Three other persons were injured driver of the secondcar Unknown fauna In the entitled Court on Orlffla Till
of Agne
were Tuesday night supper HRD. III.I, 1JJ.I. 11)1 or before October II. lD/t. to .. ', :
::G.n details at Terwlllegar/ : guests of Mr and Mrs. David Mrs. Francis Stone of in the auto tragedy a 1960 Pontiac, was treat Paul,, Ilogan show what right title. Interest man Htenann Lorraine Hogan'd.,Thorn : 12
reaped, and
--t M Co. Sponsored by Starke Klngsland Ga. attended the which occurred some two mil ed and released at Baptist Addreiia Unnown or leln you, or any of you haveIn and huahand Ju.
Montgomery on Rev. Montgomery's ton Sweat
es north of Highland about Memorial Hospital,. Jacksonville HRO 122.1 lass Ill and to the abovedeaorlbedlanda .... Marshal Thorn. '
'ycef'l. birthday. wedding of Mrs. Stone's Paulette Hogan and show cause why thesame ntor" ; I
4:23. : Friday, September late Friday.. ton heirs of Virginia OMffl WFGATVJACKSONVILLE
-- grandson In Tlfton Oa. on p.m. Address Unknown should not be taken forthe Thornton. deceased and,
Sunday afternoon. 17. According to the accident IJRD mi 122.2 122 sDenlce ueea and purposes set forth unknown helra. dcvi.eel. .-
Btenaon In the Petition filed herein. any '
Killed Mrs. Mlnust I filed Florida and/or other claimant
were report by Highway I
Be A Swell Mrs. A. J. and Mrs. F. Address UnknownHRO. WITNESS' my Hand and the ,. .
Guy And Barry under Alma Url" deceua
Louise 4830 Mis- Patrol E. L. Jones .
Standley 30 Trooper tll.l 112 I, 1:2.1Ion.ld Heal of this Court on this sib .
Take The Family To The I H. Kramer left Sunday Sept. sissippi Court Jacksonville; both vehicles were north HtenaonAddraaa day or September A O |i 5.CIIARL.EH edSl'liJUCT!: TO: Tax. Certificate
19 to take Terry Barry up; to :The Stand- Unknown A. DARHT recorded. In T. A Book S nl
Rodney Standley 7; Darrell 'bound on U. S. 301. HRD. 122.1 1222, 122.S CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
In favor of EvelynA
Pans ,
Southern In Buena
Seminary Standley, 6; and Sentorla ley car got. out of control on Henry HtenaonAddrena COURT IN AND FOR llaney. nulijact In Mort.
TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVE-IN Vista Va. They went on to Standley, 8; all of the same the wet roadway slid sideways Unknown HHMDVOKD COUNTY. gage recorded In O. It. Book
Beaver Falls. Pa. to visit Mr. Court address and and'was rammed broad- Mitt 122.1 1222, 1222 FI/miOA. Hi:, at Page U. In favor o-
Mississippi : Leon Tillman Ilyi Charles A. r>arnvsnAi National:- Fund
Tonight For. A Delicious Meal I and Mrs. John Patterson and children of Mrs. Standley. Also side, by the car driven by AddreMN Unknown Clerk loo feople'a

......,.. .,...........,-, '" ,. ""'-' I returned home on Wednesday:: killed In the accident was Sol Clavy. Clavy' attempted to stop HRO TlllmanAddreiia 112.1.I 1222. 121.1Mlteh.ll Eugene! F. Shaw( .) ration TAKE of NOTICR Taking! hue that.. been a. ne.-la flint\ .

Deluxe tj: = Jerome Johns and John omon Dempsey, 23, 1340 Cleveland but lost 'traction on the wet Unknown County Attorney In the.. above-myled cause l>y
Torode were In Fort Lauderdale Road Jacksonville. pavement.Both HRO 122.I, 122 2. 1222 Starke Florida, the Petitioners. the aiuulrlnaauthority '
HAMBURGERSCHICKEN last Wednesday to Friday Mrs. Standley and Dempsey cars travelled some '72 Monroe. Tlllman andlirure of these pruceedlna*.
Address UnknownMitt J. Danl.lsHolland .
I! for the taking or II... above
: P ee.a attending the Fall meeting atI were teachers and the child I feet down the roadway from >. 122 I, 122 2. 1222 building described land, for the pure I
BOAT the Florida Petroleum Marketers ren students at Anderson the point of collision oefore liNn 12:&.'. 123.3: : I33JIHlaat: ...., Florida pose at forth' In'''.. PetitionIn !
I 1 .f 'Wai r Of Counsel for the Petitioner thin. cause, vim.: Aa right nl
l'tIS MILKSHAKE Association. School In Lawtey, located between stopping with the front end of That part of: I *41 It ./39I way, borrow pit,' and drainageeaeemenl CharleyE.

SHRIMP BOAT I Leonard Gilpin and Mrs. Starke and Maxville. Clavy'H. car Jammed IM.. e the Commence .. the. Nil porner 01NKV4 .::1 for a portion of ...lil
I Louise Strickland of Starke Rufus Lanier Standley 30, Standley vehicle.' : of 8.i-llim 24, Township I I* THK <'mil IT .'0' HT orrun tale riwd. liradford County
21 Wait. Florida. amt that the Honorable -
S South Itana-a toiuiirii: j| i)i4 itu ( IH.iir. .
and Mrs. Nadine Slks of Mrs. Standley's husband and It is believed that Mr. run South 944 feet. for point o.!.f "' iv \\D run. HHAU- George U Fatten one ol .
Ample Parklnjt' Grandin are patients In Doc driver of the car, a 1960 Ford Standley'wu 'rat urnn g home beginning. Bald. point bring threnter <. 5051)01 Tye r1.ofl111. the Judea. of the'Clr""I Ct.url
Facilities With wife line of old BtarkeUreriCova n I.*W 'NO. MAO.HTATK In the KlghthJudicial. Circuit Johns I
24C tor's Hospital. In which Mrs. Stanley, the from picking; up his Spring Road thence continue : HOAP IK- of Florida writ, on the 22 day
FAST COURTEOUS Mr. and Mrs. Olen Conner children and Demr;9ey were children and Dempsey at the Mouth 121 feet thennWaat ,s IMRTMK.NT'::' OF of "September A. F>.. ISIS at
: was reported still school in Lawtey when the accident IBt feet, thence North. II'T 'LI'HII' 1000: o'clock A. ..M. In thi'
r and::!: family of Orlando spent pastienegers feet to renterllne of auld 01 I an Agenry or the Bradford County Court.". about this question:
the weekend with their parents in critical condition at Duval occurred. et.rk.-Oreen. Cove Spring' ,. Htata of Florida' at Htarke Florida. <..>nldetaaul
FRI. 'Medical. Center Tuesday. No charge have been filed! Road thence In a eaeterly dl and Declaration Taking, "The $25.833' verdict awarded -
In A Hurray-Call Your Mr. and Mrs. Leon Con- BRADFORD COUNTY' appoint appralaera and puke I
SAT. rectlon along said renterllne cOld r "
I 22 oj further investigationby
ner and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Nathaniel: Richardson pending fltarke-Oreen Cove Spring,, a political aubdlvlalon' _uch. Ord. aa the Court, deem. ia<; a" boating injury -
Order In-It'll Be McRae. Wildwood New Jersey, another the Florida Highway Patrol. Road lot feet. to point of beginning <. of the Htate of Florida proper. All parties to the. aull makes. realize
Ready When You passenger In the Standley car and containing 1.01 acre' ';', l'.tltI..n.rOTICR. : : and all parties Interut.dmav
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsleft mora or less, and lying Houtl OF lll-I'>: appear and .he .heard at the' [that boatingliabiiKr i ia-
Arrive964.6411OPEN and place dvalgnateil.Vou.
v. NISI lime
of old "tark .Or""n COy
Saturday to take their Mr. anal Mrs. Frank Smithof Bos' thru 12 Register Hprlnca Road In KH. of NB"4 oNE r ULEIC'JtItWH./ .. .t al., and each. of you, are s.ranee, ill,much more important

11 A.M. TO 10 P.M. CLOSED daughter, Betsy to Brenau Gastonia N. C. are visiting now for Ford Dealer's' National )% Hertlon 14. Town.hlp i I/ Defendants.. hereby filing commanded an Answer to>to appearby the. to carry than the
301'1/1(' OP N(1t'4ErT,
Academy In Gainesville Ga. South Ranse 22 Rant, leaa If O* DO
ALL DAY THURSQAY. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume for Football League Punt Pass feet. for Starke Road (14i1 PNOt'''''':nl'110, petition. heretofore filed entitled Isthis all risk' coverage: I Jiar ,
They spent from Sunday to weeks.WaYCr0880 and Kick Competition Get l.yliiK westerly of and within. IN: TMK NAMH ANtI:' BY THtf cause In tbe.
or before Ortaber I"I the boat and motor.
Court on
U.S. 301-NORTH TEMPLE Wednesday In Clayton and Ga. full details. at Terwlllef" Mo. 40 feet. of the survey ulna oi r. AUTHORITY FLORIDA OF TILE': KTATKOP I Mil. to show what. right titleIntereat on
State Road Hertton 2lftOO2SOI. < ; Would about 3c day buy
Dlllurd, Oa. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richardson tori Co. Sponsored by Starke said. ."rv.,. line being dearrlbad T<> ALL WHOM IT MAY have or In lien and you to, the or any aoov of..,. << a
CONCERN, and to mil Comprehensive Liability
I spent last Tuesday to Friday Jaycec aa followaBeirlnnlnc : peraoniand described land' .. and anew
parties plalmln or havlnaany
at the. :NW corner o r esm.'shoul''
why the insurance for active
visiting Mrs. Mary Handy Mr. and Mrs. Mack William Section as, Township. South right. titU. Interaal. estate cause not ba taken for the uses and my

I lfChaUwton, S. .ell spent the weekend with Mr Ranee: 22 Eat run thence. t mortgage. certain or other lien to of or Ian orthoae purp'ieea set forthn. the.. F*
1 i Boys 8 thru" 12 f ReEietenow r; and Mra: Cl1 lle. 'MCWi1r(:! In run 112 dec I Ihenoe U' H.10"0 E.deg:4143 AS 4(1'( feel E.t hereinafter "...parowla.rll .". and thi line WITNESS.filed: !.herein' my Hand. and the, H I Johns) '' Agency>?""

}I iirilirr Djusfir J.Vilm liiii\ for Ford Dealer's, National I Mrs. J. W. Klncald was In UHIlt feet run thenre. e. : all following unknown persons. together rlalmlni' wit h Heal I othu. C urt on thla I4tfc\ .

[ ) Football League Punt Pass,. Tampa, last week visiting Mr. the Art bea/lnnlna if/ 40" K.of 1441.0 a curve feet eon It< by. through persons or under knowpersons ..n day or September A. ,DARBY.A. t> 1>SS. Charley E. Johns
who are' dead or whr
and Kick Competition. Get and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe.Mr. rave t* the westerly having i rSHR"RLDto.". THK CIRCUIT
are not known to ba dead 01
full detail at Terwlllegar Mo- and Mrs Herbert Green radius of 1884.79 feet, ruithence alive COUKT. IN AND FOR BKAl Agency

AT BARKSDALE'S tors. Co. Sponsored by Starke and family and Mrs. J. H. ; curve through southerly a total along centraangle aalc'I <'...<.Ctrirria taxee sad AN4rewaCheryl .. FORli Hr, COUNTY.Charlea-A.. riA l>er>lllDA..y. (". .1'. '. 1.11 s. Walnut St.

Jaycers. Fields of Starke and Mr, and of 04 deg OU' '''I'' a die' Addraea Unknown ..tEA L) PHONE 9640201USE
lance 200 feet tu the enc] SRI. Eugene P. Shaw.. County At I
111 1
Local admittances:! to Brad- Mrs. Charles Fields an familyof of said curve, run theneiH. I James Ur"". 111,1. 1111
ford County Hospital this week Jacksonville visited Fort 1 deg 25' 20" W, UK feet to Unknown ..

include; Mrs. Doshla Prescottof Caroline on Sunday.Mr. the 100A.centerline.Section 2H5T-1IO of Htata, Road Charles, SRI Smith; .111'.I. 1111. HI I

Brooker; Mrs. Bethna Eaten and Mrs Emery Oay Containing 0012 acres more 01leaa. Burbank Ohio.
and Mrs. Made Boyette of Hobbs of Panama City were. exclusive of axlatlng road ann. 1111 111.1. in.t
GOING oor @@f BUS Nt 8 right' of way Hn. Orlffl..mltlt.
Sunday visitors ot Mrs. T. D
Lawtey; Mrs. Bernlece Holmes OWNED HV: Marlon Orlfflu;; Burbank Ohio.
of Lake Butler; Luke Harrellof DyaL Amon T. nrlffla and wit 5HI,1221,1111,112.2

Halford; Carl Rhoden of ONE RACK OF DRESSES brittle Sarah. Orlffla and ;wife Johnnie Rachel t.I awls. !111.1 ix&a. Niche.Wa mjt <

IS.OO. 17.00, and! 19.00 Thurs. nrlffla Vernon. llrlffle' ,,
Hampton: ; Erlln Sapp of Melrose ; That part of
: mJ D_< 1 ; Robert Beasley of Haw- Fri. Sat. at Le....'.. James nrlffla ami, wit (bmneen'e at the NIC corner' ol, ,
_ Cheryl. 1 Qrlffla: Jean OrlffliCrewa ::of"'4 of NKte' !: _lion 14, Town. i Y4t
s ..wer thorne; Mrs. Edith Hutcheson and huahand. Glee hip I Mouth' Range 11 Nail run
Mrs. Mildred Lee, Benjamin Bobbie Griffis 11 Crewa. Mua friffla Dmltl Mouth M4 feet to .point, of b.glanlna t
and husband Charlea Rnilth!:; ;. said point being the cant OUR
Starting Br., B. Z. Freeman I'aul Hogan Panlette Ho- *r lu>. of old Mtarke-Oreen. ('m e
and Edward Joe WalnwrUht. Passes Saturday cant Henry Hleneon. Donald Springs' Read thence rnntlntieMuuth u I'r CONVENIENTLAYA.WAY
Htenann: enlce. ftten- Ilk feel, the***. West f l 'i I
SAXE all of Starke. After Illness a<>n; Monroe Tlllman; Nit feet then* North 117 l feet In
ONE RACK OF DRESSES rhel. Tlllman; Leon Tlllman: ronterllne of said fOld Starke.Oreen -+ PLANGORGEOUS.

a $5.00. 17.00 and '9.00 Thurs. Bobby Dean Orlfft, 11 eon June Tlllman Wayne Crawa Crew anilhuahand : .n*. In Cove a aaaterlT sprints. direr Knadlh ". S .

Frl. Sat. at LrU,,'.. of Ancll W, and Geraldine Helra, of Agnaa Orlffla Tlll' along said centerline. of old d.HI

Mrs. Ed Prevatt of Starke Todd Orlffia of Starke, died In man Mtanaon Hogan, da.. Htarka-Ureen. Cove Spring.
tt10.. feet to point of ha.
and Mr. ani Mrs. Luther Len- a local hospital Saturday, I

non of Jacksonville wer visiting (morning following an Illnessof
VALUED TO $1 9.95 several months.He .
m Mr. and Mrs. Paul 8hle>:fs '
: and family in St. Petersburg was born In SUrke October -

over the! weekend. I 25, 1933 and attended IY I

j: Mrs I* C. Adams stayed at hlle I New Congregational' Methodist _r,

w $ the Lucayan Beach Hotel! in Ohurrfc I
Frre Besides AIN parents, he Is i
$4099 :>rt. Grand Bahamas last

aUr.COl and week davghter-ln-law while/ visiting her Mr. and son roy survived and bY'Leo five Qrlffls) fcrotAara of Jacksonvllle : Le-.

Mrs. M. P. Flynn. and J. E.. Donald' and
Lamar Griffin, all 'of Starke; J
Mr.\ ann! Mrs. V. V. Hagen
seven sinter: Janle arlffle of 4
spent Thurslay to Sunday Jacksonville M,... Sadie McKinney -

J Famous Name Brands Such As with Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlong Carolyn Joan. An- ,-
family in
TUton Ga. nette, and Evelyn Grlffla, aU Distinctively Styled
Mrs. J. F. Roiers of Jack- of Starke -
: his paternal grandmother I0
worm lie U visiting Mr. and New Look in 'J&eIBeetle' '
'' ,:)(N. Pinkie Qrlffla
FREEMAN 'SHOES PLAYTEX BRAS Mrs. Merrtu Williams tor a and maternal grandparents

week. Mr. and .M..... Jim Todd. also \
MCGREGOR VAN HEUSEN Capt. and Mrs. Dale Klahn of Starke.

f and family of the U8N.>Jacksonville Servloea were) held at fravealde Shoe ,

were weekend guests In Evergreen Cemetery

Along With Work Clothes -- Boys and of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- near Raitord Monday. September -

willegar. Capt. Klahn and son. 20 with Rev. Lor-nsa OrU- ,

Girls Clothing and Shoes ALLPRICE Jay played In the Member- fla offlclatlng-, Burial was In

Quest Golf Tournament at the the family, ( plot under direction

Starke Golf and Country Clubon of DeWitt C. Jon. Funeral 399SIZES 1

Sunday Mr. Trrwillegar. Home of Stark. +1jl 1

Reduced Dr. H II. Adams and Charles
m THK dHrriT rotur or I
Sawyer were guests of Capt.lCJlhn TIIR' NIUHrNJI'DiCIL'IA-
In Jacksonville: on ('11'r. m 1 Aril FOR nntit.r .
Wednesday afternoon. ..HI) -OI'1TT rLOn1IA. t 1
LAW in. aana -
I i
While Boys 8 thru 11 Kegutfer. 'I STVTK Root) DEPARTMKXT :'- I TO 10

I now for Ford Dealer's National FLOn.roA Or. 'AREA ACCENT

Football' League Punt Pass An of the .

and Kick Competition. Get state or Florida. .

They full detail mi Terwllleg Motor andBRADFORD COIYNTT.a ,I

:, \ *. ('0. Sponsored by Stoke Political Mubilivtiila' I Decorator
of lit* stale of Florida.I Rugs
Jajrcees. Petltloaera NOTICH
Last! Admitted to the> Starke Or Ht'LEOLJT.N I
Nursing Home I
the past week
: CRgOWe..t!: al.. ,
t were: Mrs.\ Mae Hendrick of ".,.nda.... j
'lOTI( tI or BUIVK1T DO-' < 27 iy48la. 99 3 BySFi 99
Come On In and Take Your PickDaksdak's tins Gainesville of Mrs. Jean Ctas- wily PNOI'NUlru.tIN : I e.b1111I.. " 10
Heilbronn :
James Cfroaa, June Taylor, AUTHORITY or THB STATB foie I- .
or" rixmioAi
Henry WUllama. Theodore TO AU. WHOM IT MAT ('{'\."'*. Owl Ysiiu'Sundr .
Roberts and William Carroll. CEH-N. .n4 'a all ...,..... awl By 4-Ft.
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and son Mark were vacationIng arrlbad. and the foUowtncpvrauna .w .. ,
last week in Rorklngham.Morohead _.tkar. with. all unknown II I ... ..d. see .... werYW ---w.. /.1 SoIt.e Cw'e _
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0 BPW Members Miss Brownlee "'... : ,,".. '::"- :""".". '::'c.vt .',, "."'/ !Joe BrabhamHas Junior Club I Husbands Night O.Ulll. OF TIIANKi

Plan ActivitiesFor Weds Mr. HattenIn ; i Surprise PartyOn To Sell Lunches Set By Starke W* would like to expressour
deepest gratitude, to those
Fall SeasonMrs. Gulfport 6th BirthdayJoe Again This FallThe Woman's ClubThe 'who sent flowers food' and,

were so thoughtful to u. dur"'
Evelyn Haney. Personal Miss Rose Mary Brownlee, Brabham celebrated his Starke Junior Woman's first Fail social: functionfor Ing the sickness' and death" of'

Development Chairman pre- daughter of Mr and Mis. I :. : sixth birthday Saturday after Club will sell\ chicken box the Stark Woman's Club our loved one, ,John Clifford

GLADYS MOOTY sented a program on her recent Hugh L. Brownlee Jr. of New noon when his parent Rev. lunches again thin: fall, beginning will be "Husband's Night"'i' to Jons Sincerely, Bemire, Sylvia -

Phone 1 964-0651 trip to Europe during the Orleans. La.) became the brideof .. and Mrs. John R. Brabham Saturday. be hell Thursday September an l Patsy Jones.

I September meeting of the Peter Henry Hatten son of gave a surprise party for him The box lunches will be 30. at 7 p. m. at the club house

Starke Business and Professional Jlrand Mrs. M. Pete flatten at their home on Ralford road. offered to motorists by memo with a covered dish supper. 1

Garden Club ADK Members Woman's Club, Thurs of Lyman.. at a ceremony/ performed -I r i, The party waa held in the bers of the Little Women's Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt president .

Starts day evening. Saturday. Sept. 4 at '. back yard where the refreshment Club in front of the Phillip I has invited the member 301DRIVEIN

: Activities" Elect TreasurerTha Mrs. Bertie Olson was hostess Peter's-by-the-Sea Episcopal table was centered witha 60 Bulk plant on U. S. 301 husbands and the Junior

The start:*t. .Garden- Club to the group and;!), president Church in Oulfport. The birthday cake topped! with a South. Woman's Club and their husbands -
Alpha Gamma Chapterof '
will hold it Mrs. Margaret\ Brown Rev. Dr. Charles E. CanadyJr. china horse. A talking boco Cooking facilities have been to this outstandingevent
meeting of ADK. Sorority met Moruay.:
the in discused plans for attending 'I .. pastor, performed the dou- clown was also featured on the set up and the chicken will brooked which will Include a
:year the Episcopal Pariah September 2O. In the Starke 1
I the State board meeting in ble-tin ceremony before a table. Cake. Ice cream and and picked under a i talent show' Mrs. P. T, NoUn
Hall on Monday Sept. 27 Elementary classroom of Mrs. Open 7:15
': tent beside the highway, by :
Daytona Beach In October and background: of arrangements ,' punch were served. U chairman of the hostess
at 6:30: p. m. with q covered: Ruth Frazler. ; .,.;, : members of the Junior Wom Show Time 7:45
the next District meeting in of white gladioli and seven Johnny. Judy and Jim Brab committee and Mrs. Lex Often : _%
dish upper and Installation of A devotional was given by: .
: Gainesville Sept. 26. candelabra holding led .n' Club. Is the ADMISSION
on branched ham the invited, guests in "leader of band. Mrs.Oreen'
new Off teera. Mis. Ruth Reynolds.; The Mra Maurice Ethvanl, Jr.
The club's annual dinner white tapers. games which included members band of women have Adults 7Se Students 60e
Mr*. Maxla Carter Sr. and meeting was presided over by "Woman of the granddaughter Is finance chairman\ ami In
honoring its Miss Brownlee Is the of his 8la'8ehool been practicing for sometimeand
Mr. L. V. Hardln. president Mrs Martha Pellum. the Year" will be held! Oct. 31 in of Mrs. H. L. Brown- Miss Coleman class: Lynn Moxley. Bollnu charge of the box hlnpro" have also gathered some Children Under 12 Free

will serve as hostess chapter president. During the the Methodist Fellowship Hall lee Sc. of Starke and the late Oreen. Barbara Oodwin Larry j ject.She very unorthodox Instruments )Double Feature Program

The executive board will business meeting a new treasurer with Mrs. Olson chairman.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. Levlton or Mr. DicandioTo Pats, Jim Shiner Erie: Biggs said the money' earned for their part on the program.

meet tonight Thursday: at Mrs. Marilyn Roberta was Decta Dyal was elected Starke. Wed Oct. 1st and Carl Torode. Also Stephanie by the club from the project This promises be a memorable Thura.. Frl.. Sat.

7:30: p. m. at the home of Mrs.L appointed. Plans for the coming corresponding secretary as Mrs. James M. Maxwelt Jr. Oreen. Stan Sewell, Ken will go to>> Sunlantl, Training evening for members Sept. 23, 21, 25
were discussed, and Center and the club Dental
,. V. Hardin. :year Mrs. Alethia Redding ha re- presented a program of nuptial Mia Lynda Catherine Cole Sewell. and the four Brabham husbands and \guests and a
committees for the were : Clinic project. The Dental Clinic -
year signed. Mrs. Loyree Cocomtse music. man and Joseph P. Dicandio children. Johnny.: Judy Jim large turnout la anticipated.
set Tentative plans for attending offer. free dental care to
up. presented &ihs and narrated The bride given In marriageby will be united In marrlaga and Jeff. RockPaula/!
district In needy children Stark Dentist (
a meeting I account of a trip which her father wore, peacockblue Joe thanked his friends for
an a
Jacksonville. and it. state meeting I Friday. Oct. 1. at 8:30: p. m. otter then services free Senior Citizen Hudson / Prentiss
BPW members made to Guatemala raw silk two-piece suit in the Starke Church op! God. their gifts and gave each of of but the Woman'.
In Lake City were made. charge
i in February to several with a matching: feather hat Rev. L. S. Williams. will pro- them a comic book balloon, ReportThe HOWARD 1 HAWKS
I Ia At the close: of the business I Club furnlahas money for the 1
Spanish classes at Bradford and black accessories.: She form the ceremony. birthday whistle and candy as .
meeting a sociahour!) was enJoyed supplies used.Mrs. fall and winter programof
High School on Thursday carried a bridal bouquet of The bride-elect is the favors. Edwards said each box [MartsSport
with the hostesses, Mrs ; the Bradford County Senior
morning.Mrs. white rosebuds and lily-of-th daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. lunch contain chicken,
Frazier and Mrs. Pellum. 114| CiUxena Club will be launched
rRental Mildred Done World) valley.! J. Coleman of Lumber City. Nine DelegatesPlan baked beans, slaw. rolls and a next Tuesday. September 38. g
Affairs chairman, announced Miss Carol Bulmon of New Oa. Miss Coleman graduatedfrom "
"and Bell for $1.30.
Bill Celebrates AttendanceAt cup c.'ako. at 7:30: p. m. in the StarkeWoman'
that framed lists showing Orleans attended the bride a* Jeff Davis County 111ghSchool ?'

I Ninth Birthday names of foreign languagespeaking maid of honor. Mr. Hatten attended In Haxlehurst, Oa. in FFWC MeetNine Club with an even-
Strawberry Queen log of TECHNICOLOR
| persons in the area his son as best man 1969. and is now employed; at
Bill Gay celebrated his I oho will serve as interpreters and ushers were John W. Hat- Van H. Print .06 to $ 1 00 representatives of the Entertains At Participants) in the program a UNMHi DUIASi aT
will be Leo La&lano. tenor,
ninth birthday last Wednesday In case of emergency have ten Jack: Thompson and Tom Store In Starke. two Starke Woman's Club D'lurt -:
Ball from the choir of St. WIUlam'sChurch -
$1 Per DayALL I afternoon when his grandfather been presented to R. E. Bdmondaon. E. Simmons. The bridegroom-elect' Is the will attend the Florida Federation Charity
In Keystone Heights
took administrator of fallowing the wedding; ceremony Leon Dlc- of Woman's Clube ; SHE
:JVKW PORTABLES I W. J. Epperson son of Mr. and Mrs. annual Mica Donna Manning of Palatka George! Colgln. sons writer
him and six boy friends bowl Bradford County Hospital; a reception was held In andto. 8r. of Starke. Mr. Die- board of director' meetIng Florida Strawberry whose UUSUL.ANUUES..<;; ,
I ing. William Rower. Chief of St Andrew's Hall. The young andlo graduated from Bradford on Thursday. Friday and Northj and composer eons AM

EmersonDahmer's I After several games the boys I Police; Carl Roberta. Civil De: couple were assisted in receiving County nigh School In Saturday !In Lakeland. : Queen at the was First featured Annual entertainer have. Virginia been recorded and Gainesville on Norfolk

returned to the Epperson home fence coordinator: Pete Novak. guests by their parent 11164. He is employed with The Starke Woman's Club Beach Partywith
Club Ball at
Rotary Charity radio stations.Club .
I for a aelner- roast cake and| chamber of Commerce necre-! and grandmothers of the Well. Electric in Starke. will be represented by Mra.
the Fairground Saturday members Etv Scott,
ice cream.Assisting. I Uiry; and P. D. Reddish, 8her'iff. groom Mrs. H. M. Rollins All friends and relatives of Calvin Houpt. president Mrs
ntaht.Mis' Lockwood aol
soloist: Irma <<- Robert Cummings
MrV !:PJW1"IIOIIn! I Oulfport. and Mrs. P. L. Hat- the couple) are Invite; to at L. P. Dlnklns. Mrs. Lox Oreen"
112 E. Call Ph. 969-1771 Manning was Introduced lilt; Arx) l\.forioon.\ comedy: ; and
I serving Janine Day and Members and guests are In- ten of Wiggins. tend. and Mrs. Maurice Wlngate. Mon. Tue. Wed.
I I by Ptt Novak and presented Joe Kerrigan program emcee, $ un.. ,
table covered
I vited to attend Stanley The brtte's Th. Starke Junior Woman'.
Donna Nelson. with a large bouquet of are aka on th* program along 26 '"A
linen Sept. 27. 28, 29
I party Thursday Sept. 23 at with a white imported DKG Members Club will be represented by
.I .
red roae She sang several with Tonda. Dlxon, who wlUpI"NIn&
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the! home of Mrs. Olson. cloth was centered with a Mrs. Harold Oodwrn. president -
delightful number during the and dance Double Feature Programs'gam ,
Iced In white Enjoy WorkshopAnd a oral
three-tiered cake )Ira. Eugene Tanner,
evening. Music for dancingwas routine; a Learn of high schoolgirls
and decorated with sugar spun Cookout Mia Sally Sink Mr. Ou
Birthday Party provided by harry Coker'aorchestra led by Ml* Marian
and ivy encircled
i roses. Pompoms Kopelouno and Mrs. ChaitesSawyer
In For Debra JohnsDebra the base of the cake from Jacksonvillewith Oran and Mra.\ K. A. Lammon ,l Ins
Alpha Nu chapter of the
Berney Mathews orgsnIst the piano.
which was presided over by Mrs. John Sanders, who recently -
KOCH CASH POTN. Johns celebrated her MINI Martha flatten and Mrs. Drlta Kappa Oamma 8oclf'tJhf'1d moved to Starke. will playing during Intermission A barge delegation of tIh.Wf1m&n' A I HOUSE I
and cook-out
workshop *. Club la expected to ,
thliteenth birthday Saturday
No Jack Thompson. They were represent! District Two at the
Plistlr Write
tit Solve Nothing to I Saturday at the home of Dr.
Stamp to .....k. No Obi gatlnn. Ju..t Come with a swim party, game andrefreshments assisted by Mrs. A. R. Fsnt Mary Zellner in Green CoveSprings. board meeting. Mrs. Sanders Is Member and guests were attend. i iRefrenluneniui IS NOT I A
seated at tables around the will be served
and followed bya Jr.. Mrs E. A. Melvln. Mr. H 1 president of the Chlpley Wom
la Rack: .W *k or Several Time a Day .
dance floor which with cake baked
being by
slumber party: at the Jerome I J. T. were centered y
C. Thompson and Mrs. an' Club and waa recently HOMESHEUEYW1NTERS I
t and Oft Your FREE: .CaaIt rote Ticket.i The Theme for the work.IIhcp with colored candle Mrs. Rita Mnrrw and Mrs. 1
Johns summer home on Cry ;
the tea
Simmons Presiding' nominated for Director\ of Dis a
was "Opening Minds to
i Last Week's Winner Proceed from the nail will Smith DeVoe.Movlr. .
.tal Lake.
table were Miss Carol Bulason tr.etl! Two, which include several -
I'. LEEt : I CreativityMrs.. Isabel Powell be used for several community of ,the program will 1 I ....., .
Eleven friends of Debra enJoyed and Mrs Tom E. Simmons.Following Went' Florida counties.
I Poll the party with her. a brief weddlnc second vice-preaMent.' of Mil. projects Including' the for be made by Gene Bishop ol i: i.ebM...ROIER1TAYlO.
Cash Now -I State D. K.O., wee the leader eign-exchang student program Keystone Heights and a abort
the will be at homein .
trip couple PYF Members esr.axraasgt
of the ;
t workshop She spotsto the Boy BrouU. the movie of the :Bradford. CountySenior

7 Quality* and ifuMlty. r-npt.. 'Quarterback Club Charlotte N. C. the group on "Programs on Have Swim PartyThe Bradford County )Rural-Urban CUlaerw. In"action wt!I l'lus _
Creativity for Alpha Nu members. Fish Fry" and other undertakeInt. be hown.
at KOCH'S DKfGS. Have Your Next Kx The Quarterback Club will Little Women ."
Presbyterian Youth Fellowship Attack and" son drink Men amp wnmen 60 year o f
Filled hold their monthly meeting, Plan Bake Sale Chapter committee met In had a swim party and I wer* sold during the evening ave and older are cordially In.! Where Love .
at KOCH'S-Free Delivery ; tonight. Thursday..a. 7 P mIn groups to.make plans for better hamburger fry Sunday afternoon ., to further' boost the fund. vlted. ;:
the. BUS gymSupport work on the "Nature and '
I The Little Women' Club at the Ouy Andrew.* --Joe Kerrigar
will hold a bake sale Saturday Nurture' of Creativity" through JCIngaley Lake cottage Recent BirthsMr. Has Gone
j. :: -- -2!-- 1 morning sept. 29. starting the year. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jackson
......1.1I at IU: a. m. In front of Mrs Muriel Norman president P. Y, F. counselor, were assisted end Mr.. Michael Tlttl Plastln' NolvlMiuli
Canova' Drug Store on C.UI read the D. K, O. collect by David Montgomery of M.I..... announce the birth ... |'.J. .. I Susan Hayward m

I Street. at a devotional thought and Mr. Walton Orady. Mrs. R of a wm burn Sept, 21 In Ddator's

Your presided over Uie business. O. Patterson and Mr and Mr. Hoop".I.flr.dlurd aa ..rj
CARIt OP THIN KM meeting. Projects, plan and 1.. Ouy. Andrew. I -
Local High .
County I
programs of the committee Thirty member and friend
Tedious hours during my .*.1 were presented announce th* following;"f.Plla'l:
SchoolFootball of the P. Y F. enjoyed the af.
e, 1 cent illness and honpttaJUa- following" the business the fair Mr. and Mr. Nell Rhml.

Team 1 tlon were bright.nwl /mmwda-d group was invited to the backyard Crawford', Htark, a d ".ht.r,1

... I urably by the many arts of! lawn where. a delkkxis& Dtuna Leigh Sept Id. ,

and klndnwM l by frlvnd* and loved 1' meal was served by the Clay Plastic. NoUbooM ".10 at the Mr. and Mr. Ern.', Mari-'

ont... My heartfelt thanks. County members. The setting den. Walls, Maiivlll, a son,
Jam, A. 01l1.c. ,... TELEGRAPH.: :
"" was beautiful with the mos Rocky DU, Bopt! IB.tntonlritopirt. N

draped trees, th* lovely flow- I

m an," the 8t Johns, liiver in I
the background ,
6 'FLORiDATHEATRE Mrs. Mona C.nova led the a

r I group In sln-ilng sonts for fun
: and fellowship II

Those attending. from At.&r1Jl'I I 6
were Mr*. Canov..Ira Nor

I, min, MI.. Keba" BUtica.. Mrs !
Edna Hart Mrs. Tommie No-
ShowtimeWeekday* 7 I '
( lln Mrs. Adele Mitchell, Mrs 1 1I f" r
3:00 Saturday I ItTIIIJK& !
Sunday : Cleo Andrew
I I I 1 and Mrs Sue
p Wink"terIlospital
; FKI. SAT.Hept. .

I I 2.1.2', 2.1 !I ] Auxiliary ,I

I 4" r Double Feature I'rotrram l Hears Talk On :

! + Phases Of Care II I

lftbel'le9 Tie Bradford County Hospital ,. L
Auxiliary held Its regular {; N e

meeting at the Episcopal: Par. 1''

"imf( L Uh llouxe on Monday" ', Hrptember > j i\\ p rt

20. at 7:30: p. m. g
r6'r" t" I Ia Ii
/ ..,_..-- After the business metingprrktd sa

over by the r
Flint Mr*. C. A. Knight.
sa ,
x Alorirh. .
'.AlplawlltrEireScMM. .. .
= dent of the / ... N%

I YOU WILL SCORE AND MAKE THE EXTRA Ida Teaching. by Mrs Hospital John waJInlrodurxd P '' ..d w r k+

j -POINT (Dividend) IF YOU SAVED THIS hPIQL'((1Q0terpl Blmpoon.. Alortch program gave the chairmanMr. historyof

Ut [Ht the six phases of brogrVMlv r

MONTH AT. .......-. .. ... car of patients *l Wn h>MpiUU T5. ,. 7A4'I
a se a.r.a arc re..e The six phe.. being!! ;
111 1 I I'er Annum Intensive ear, tntrrmedlat: I ; '", No Ironing ever!

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS QuarterlxAnticipated SUN, MON. Tt1.Sept. :'" Care Self ear, long tares care M .

I 26, 27, 2H f hone car and outpatient ,,
And Loan Auoclatlon4':: care After this mformaUvr 'RE80R.I SCOTSE7:.]
I Divhfend
talk there was .n Interesting.

OF STAKKE 4 0 Kate question" and answer. prter C\
rcnIJk1Ilr R.efrnhmen'"ed by BUTTONDOWNkeeps

'Zip North Temple Avenue Mrs. Cult Conn. ....... M r.
..a.ermtgJrrr.a listen Mr*. V V flaxen and -
Illy tlM 2ih.) I / ,.,. Mr*. Oarl! Mathew. i i ... Its"just-Ironed" look for keeps

iI J raearwareols'WED the thoroughbred brushed card',." lust tow It lit automatic washer tumble dry (Jo Ocw'III..nd

t 1 i Beta Sigma Phi topper, knit, with lush depths. ) its roar reedy to wear sfsia. No ironing' iici this

To :Meet Coming up on the outtide: a ribbon closure. gnat permanent pow iporuhirt in Million Mil. fabric of

DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW YOUR LOCAL TIIUItH.: Monday 75% wool 259% nwruir\ ; 5.1 15. 61% Uacro* polyester J.s" cotton (jrsal Solid coloring

FOOTBALL TEAM Sept. 29, 30 'he Beta Sigma/ PM aororUy la M suihMitia""buuoonJow" model I.i&b tom tapered body

wlU meet Monday. at g p. Only $9.00 sad lbeyw l
0he4., ...THTAICKF. .
? FRID.'Y. SEITEMBER 21. m. at th horn of Mr Ben $5.95

SANTA 'PR AT "TAItK&-L.\KE KLTLER AT SEW ERRY7'GREES'JJ.I.F. -Vtsoce-- I Moxley with Mr*. Don Pak)'

AT KEYSTONE!' HEIGHTS a* eo-hoste*i.Vacatlen i

OtYfP.darlla. HT.\JCKtH( FASHION I
: sold and member are asked to LKADKIC:
.rot r..r bring the* souvenir, WT apo I.KAUKItTJIURSDA :

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: ...,. BILA. FORD rOtTVTT GIt APu. ]STABKK. FLORIDA' 'J'JIURIID.\V.! srrr.: 2.1. low
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:4''ft- ..,. Y .llw',
: "' be moved to a) defensive end
Elder Falcon Douglas Stand *
ou' .*. spot. He can play anywhere on
the team.ills coaches say except -

Tornadoes Take: Opener 24-0 Over Wildcats 1t Quarterback ? ..

t.l 9a

V I .Jo !, .. e,
Coach David Hurse'H \\J\ tapped their first

Agner Named Wildcat for tne initial 1 fj j ly th9Jp season's opener First Home Game I the Rebels ore expected to II you havequestions

Friday night in l\1accl/\ j v.. rind\ then unleashed aPllt ,r take the best advantage possible c

BHS Hustler deadly passing attack tp t f f\) the $11\11e\ on ice.eleven of the running ability ol about

A surprisingly tough 'jty tl' it County: held the Reds Meet Tough Sikes and Crawfcnd.
The Tornadoes: will with military
Of The WeekFullback go your
Tornadoes down in thj \\-St gtlafter before they I the same starting line ups they

erupted a 24-0 opening .i IJI"\ vljt. The qua dGh4 used in the opener since serviceyour

Mickey Agner, a squad put six points on (y j ttoybd\ in., the second Rebels I everybody is healthy. Including -
160 pound senior was named ter and added 18 more fll} ( ( aeottd half after whip- FridayBradford's quarterback Donali Falcon local National Guard

Hustler of the Week, for hIs ping down the Wildcats .w.---- i wh, engineered Uu Mas- can help you

wol'kln! practice"" September The victory the eighth sht, \ \llt.e\ Cc tlty defense. Elder jikn I I clenny team with, two TD
13-17 and In Friday's opening; out in the Reds' last 11 gurOAo got four then around his left Y ,fs Tornado, gridders than against Macclenny,*' I passes while hampered with a

game. : came after Macclenny scahgQ V1t11eflre\ \ Macclenjiy's Tom- have their work cut out for I' Griffith states. I I pulled back muscle. The only In Starke-Visit

From his linebacker pot the Tornadoes In the first !)P\' J 4her: went over his left them in their first home game The Rebels will counter the I I exception wUl be that center

I against Macclenny, Agner had nod< with a slashing* offenaiif\I If1f au1ettllon l nailed him. of the young football season Tornadoes' tough 5-4 defense i and mlddlegitard Butch Redding

3 tackles and 3 assists and he attack and a stingy defefllt \ 'cIt.J'" tl\ett in a hard-driving when they meet Santa Fe's with a 623. They are expected a 190 pound standout CWO Al Crosby
bulled his way! for 67 yards in I But after about eight minuV\\ I \JII\1: \ for the 'left cofan-cor- tough Rebels here tomorrow to stick to their running I and team'captain, will be back

18 attempts, and:! average of of being knocked about t tfj\ hAf lIetol-: e J\ ulerson upended (IFlldayl I night. game although quarterback in the lineup. Junior HogeiChlbon ( Armory Bldg.

3.7 yards per carry. Tornadoes got up enough wing\ ,,1-,1\11, \ "n the one But the 11 Bigger and more experiencedthan Bo Westmoreland, a 165 pound:: who played an outstanding 1
"Be is a consistent four yard for an 80 yard march cllmac"f\; \ yAfg\ epflpt gave the .- Coach Da
man" Coach Tony Griffith by Dwight Elder's two-y fq\ Iea\ tour\ downs<) to get a single + .., charges and with only three I on the short ones. But I guard last week, will' probably
'p t .!IINI... ._ _r .
:\ -- -
of the small fullback whois e !- ,
says TD.Their ydf4" \, Rl'V!: t>urst over right I I Juniors in the starting offensive "
strong as a bull and Is in Initial touchdown dQ 1 ''t'J- 01tle> next play for Halfback Dwlght' Elder Hhowo. his fine running style above' line-up. It appears to be

fact nicknamed "Bull" by his the 1965 season came wish/\ .tplf "To. \" bad snap from cen- m. he almost. gets. away from a Miu-Henny defender uns'retch- the Rebels' year to really go
teammates. 9:28: left in the second quf- het- toiled ,tpe Tornadoes' first after that win
ed. He gained 101 ;yard Friday. night to lead Tornado nm- long-sought
Senior end Eddie Douglas, ter. Halfback Elder, .the Re'\l'\ lpil5\ I BuildsTHE
I 4rttfq poem try; they had her. In running with a fl.7 yard iw rare In 16 attempt with over their arch rivals. They Longchamp
190, was named the TotnaI .- leading rusher Friday wlt/t/ I\\ {t on -their sport an 8-2 record from last
I does' Lineman of the Week for 101 yards, covered the P nkB''''' othbfIPAT'sk too. the ulK' "kln. Photo by Ken ScoUt season having been beaten
E (his play against Macclenny. yard drive with two spurts, ",,* "..C!,," f*>U. Smoothly first down. Connell then sprinted attempts, a 6.5 yard average only by the Tornadoes and
He caught. three for 98 the same trap play throufM\p
passes ;f {kPldred" /quarterback) Donald I around his right end on the Quarterback Connell had the Macclenny and are fresh! froma
the right side of the Wild:
yards Includingone
yard line. "'IC"1\ nyiheered the long quarterback keeper and almost best rushing average with 19 23-13 opening game victory
TD pass. He!! also grabbed an- 1tlv' "el\ tpou h h. was not' got ,the bull Into the end yards In two attempts for 9.5 over Madison.
other TD paaa but the play Elder Romps. .AI-II' \\ d to run the ball. He zone. yards per carry. Randy Joyner The Tornadoes beat them Best
was called back because of an The hard-running 160 pouf ,\tl$ treed r6l*?
offsldest penalty Elder also got the Tornado..1, / A 1.J.It"'es., \beceuee>> / \ of a pulled Junior signal caller let Shan tries, a 4.25 average. Charles Kersey and Steve
The bill senior led!) the Tor- Intial first down at the >By in his he :
: f"QJA back unless non take It In for the Reds Another workhorse was fullback Truluck two 200 pound senior
nadoes in defense from his ker County 49 yard line wi'ji' ....9to'sleeddq., ," But after Mac- fourth touchdown of the night Mickey Agner'Who gain- tackles, will outweigh the

end post with five Individual his first run of 23 yards aft" FIehA9\ \ ,thvw their scare into and to wrap up ,the scoring ed 67 yards. in 18 carries, a 3.7 Tornadoes at that position( and
tackles and four assists. He the Tornadoes had taken ovAf\( hula 'fc1r1IO.:! .,. he. was natch- at 240. average David Shannon had In this Area
I are more experienced. Truluck
also blocked well offense, 'on their 21 Three downs l 1"1 pry off the bench.'fhb ,
on I There was still about Ave 22 yards In ""ven tries, a 3.14 is tabbed the Rebels' best line-
ter: on the same play he
Coach Griffith, said. : :
nr'tIt",' ended with minutes left in the contest average.
24 yards to the Baker 19. man. lIe Is big! and strong anda
Back of the Week honors f 'k"+rnetyu.a: atlll ahead just and Connell used most of them StatieticsBradford. top-notch blocker
From there 'Elder and ful\/\
for the opener went to Dwight ff'Q dboukJt) Macclenny had trying out his own passingarm. Baker
back 'Mickey Agner carrlllJ:J downs______ 12 3 Two hard running backs:
Elder, 160 pound running back hpfb o1ItJce. 'VKh the ball He barely missed another First
who rushed for 101 yards In the pigskin to paydlrt. Agn'r /hd \the Zorn/does two. But TO., and did succeed In com- rushing ..,''i.I-....*.._ 10 2 the Tornadoes will have to
16 tries, a 6.7 yard average. lulled his way on first down"" l 10 WllltVn: went Into what pleting one of five passes, a passing _______ 2 1 atop are Doyle Sikes, 197 K.NGSBERRY HOMES
for two yards against a tifyi ylh0ubt.i t o a. seven man line 13 yarder to Douglas. A sure penalties! ,___.._ y 0 0 pound senior left halfback, I

I! /\1.1.\ t 1eIe four secondary de- fifth TD aerial went just over Yds. gained_____ 319 and! Mac Crawford, 188 pound
.r -- l ANget 9 barely 10 yards be- Reese's fingertips. running _____ 200 61I Junior fullback Sikes Is prob-

1\11\\ ''tf\e *crirnjn/ *a line--and Jimmy Yarborough, the pUlling ___,__-_, 110 13 ably the team's best runner Here Are Some Of The Most Popular Models
\ 200 Passes Alt. _____ 9-9 .2-9, aa a three year letterman.He .
Wildcats' touted pound
My Sincere down-U.tbf\ Parses .Int. by____ 1 D' plays tackle on defense
fullback was held to a paltry
the Punts _________ 2-37 5-29 and last year was named Lineman -
rsaa holding Tornadoes 28 yards In eight attempts, an
Yds penalized13:; 10 of the Year by the
bA t4iogib first down after average of 3.5 yards per car- .
AppreciationTo \I\ initial I I drive. the Wildcats ry Quarterback Steve Porter- Score by quarters: Gainesville Sun. He ,is tabbedan

vAl\{ 1I.p4&J't rwhen yalcca went field proved to be the number Bradford 0 0 .6 12 24 excellent college prospect
t '\tp0 all Midway the thud one Tornado nemesis with his Baker 0 0 0 0 0 and gained:! over 600 yards

The People Af1b'1 the 'I'l\l1dOoll had got- adept runlng while keekingthe Bradford: KUler, 2 yd. run; rushing; as a. Junior last year.

t/l.. t>\\jt oA., fleet. down when, Reds honest with his passing Eddie Douglas, 35 yd. pans Crawford also gained over
\\;,lV'" third ana five situation, arm. from Falcon, and Shannon 1 800 yards rustling last s..<.*>n.

Of StarkeFor yaiePh i kr4k> to senior\ end< Eddie rushing with 101 yards in 16 and Bikes are big strong
("\>"lf1t( >>>, I'ut it was called and fast and will havr to be
the support. encouragement and friendliness r'tC;:\\i: t:\eoaltAe of an offsidesA contained.

.during my campaign for a scat on the city (rt Blt_tniit the Reds The Tornadoes could face a
council. I will always' remember the many courtesies cliff< | Ma.<;clenMy foiled to art Terwillegar ,.!Top :-v Bowling Clinic third ''ICt"Ik t runnel In -'

extended to me. (Ifyt" \a! tho bole in' their cle.ihd .- Bowling League, To, Begin Saturday Layne Rooks, a 160 pound TilE IIKLDEN
tOhAA < : 1Nur plays tutor the senior, if he Is recovwd from
I would like to congratulate' Mrs. Ruby Johns on \\tll\) quarterback hit. Pouglas Win Over Jaycee '- A coaches' clinic for adults:! pre-season Injuries. He 1 I. a> \on have a rbk l e of wul .lile flnl .hr'': -. j :: T .......

her1 victory and thank her fur the clean manner in '\ POQOd l* ame pass Terwillegar Motors moved who would like to teach and three year letterman, the only! Hardboard and Bnllen; Cedar HhaktHi J-rr I *...- ; -- "-

,which she conducted her campaign. She will have \\/1-, fr/t the six Plit'l Into first place this week witha work with children will begin one on the squad other than Beveled' Hiding; One-h.Jf. brick with w :..; t. ]---- tO--r*..9
\\ply >tir\f( \ front 39 yards Sikes :
Saturday, 25, at ,
September andIs
full 4-0 win over 'the Starke : a fine potential combination of frame' K
my support in carrying out the duties as councilman lvltlahn' *>i"d /Attempted Just Jay- Starke Bowling! Lanes. I runner and the squads omit asallabl.t; .;:r.,. .''' -
tees' Marlon Elder led Ter- receiver and Full Brick dpolgrw. A .prclod| feature .'
\OMRprior- to< that aeries of The clinic will be conductedby I .. nJTIIK
qfWw:\, I" the\. third period, wlllegurs with a SA2 series. Q. of like 1x4 spaced ribbon framing In |mrtltloiw "
Oladyt) Bmallwood head Only other receiver of note
Rayburn was high for Many, Many ThanksW. "'11bA\ weft to the air then with a 497 set Jaycees the American Junior Bowling Is left end Frank Towers a to Inmire right plumb wells U just .-- U "T- __
fM1'e4, \ timed/ and completed Congress! of Florida 160 pound Junior, who has one ersutplr| of Klngnbrrry'n .solid. llfi- ."-- '-
J. DODD Camp Blarvdlng to
JR.9w'L Ap&p\", tl1 Polriii drlW' / for 4* of tho second place splitting dropped with Those Interested are Invited good hands good speed and time _tnlt'lIo... And of rininw. the "': =" fJvr: : +r ': '.-.'

i\i t\rlj"lId".t, Bombed Uraw-Tite Company 22. Cliff to attend the opening session. Is dangerous i building materials are nrlrrtrd. from the -, .

t'- Gill, 'Us led Branding with a 688 The Rebels returned 16 let- top national manufacturers only.
J'lclr10'" fib time in takfl t
set while Wally Koby had a terman was last year's squad, -.J
\ the Job I
V Mr attain after TrainingFor
: : I\ for Draw-Tite.Starke and they all probably remember -
pd Was stopped\ yards
/ Motor Parts took 4 the beaU they took from
of recelv-l)
PMArt \ a fli-at after tR
from team number 10 to move DropoutsI the Tornadoes last year. 111
Isn't it /I\ f11t "ot'jAdQ kickoff Tak-
fun I Itt!; \Vt" 01'Ule( Bradford 31 up to third place. Bones. Ma- Tornado Line Coach Tony
JI1,1', g4t Are and flanker honey's 602 wan. the pacer for ,I Continued From Page One!! Ortmth says his. forewall. U

to romp on a cozy .\I\I&\ 1\iJtady: Joyner added nine Starke Motor Parts Bonus I a whole, looker i pretty' good
& but that some Items have to be
\(Iv Due t'orHjUlo first down be also\ had high game for the defensively last week' agalor' !
?" (v4 .tlfjA\ MfT"In" sailed night 'with H 238 game. worked: out before the board Macclenny except In /spotsThey "F411f !tlI
ap warm floor will give final approval. I I rr11 w u
6 (iIM We ft*] quarterback's Pmuwo was high for the V'I I were slow getting started s-. r trey+ e.l t
l lit iI. ers with a 012 Bet This equipment. will enable last week. Griffith noted, and;

) FfNrt his own 4? yard tine Independent Telephone the claw In electronics to offer "if they do that against Santa ,. tM

t f\yltAO I.| for the third time Frlbouglas 4 points from Oen Jewelry. one year of specialized Fe the Rebels won't stop:

J"f ? : J\.UQt'j: He got third. lot their,.'team Dannie Bag I Casey said. in*."

it A 1 i'I ietiA, gad netted 39 well has. high for Gem with a Henry Grt't'1Is already Griffith aid he didn't get

"'JA 11Baker, 14 yard 833 net teaching the electronics the Job he expected! from his LAWSON

l II II, J iHilor/ ">d Joey Reese Clay Electric came out on I course, but without any equip- tackle Jim Godwin. Andy
1 1 \\f t A pM to the left flat top of team number 9 by a r ment with which to work. Total Mayton. John Spenk. art:
eh, \\II"; r eat J pI ly for Starke's 3-1 margin. Walt Kdmondaon!: cost, including teachers Ronnie Tomlln on. 1 last week
t1tl\I Tf; > It arne on the third rolled a 086 net, for the win alary ,for the electronics although they looked good In

hnY- TIt the fourth period and ners. Bernie McQee: led the course was estimated by Casey spots The foursome has looker -
d\l'I1N 69 yard drive S3 of loners with a 513 set at $33000 better In drills this week.

"\tree Covere4 wUIthe Team Standing W I.Tomvlllegar Mol'!!. Betty Foley has started the roach snid"Defensively. .

1'\ 10 2 the Vocational Office Education this week, we'll
pttvclehn'( wa. a..allfOrc- Camp Blending 9 3 clmn, but! does not have have a much better effort
r.A.tjY> .P\llt Auld the Tornadoes Starke Mtr Parts 8 4 the equipment in fane classroom -

w yfb oil alld running Again.JIVi Draw-Tlte 8 4 yet Casey said the office '
\ pod > tired| !n favor ofyitittVr Independent Tel. A 6
de Season
equipment should be
TicketsOn -fete)
tw \ Af&n l \\Jler?\ Larry Con- Team No. 10 6. 6 'livered Immediately.The .

I JI i'r*' PM C soon gave' wy Gem Jewelry tl V 7 School -board voted to
tot, j\\1'IO\\\ spa Dater Pavid Shan- Clay Electric 4 STeam call for bleb; for furniture to Sale Now

I t AP ), t N V' No. 9 2 19 use m the course: and also. .
"I1j\1' Moves" Starke Jayceee 2 10 voted to put the two projectsIn Reserved! nest tickets for the Tilt: .MADISON"
f prOtejl\ quickly' : got the Tor- the budget as "amend. four lwne games originally

AM 111J\111111' attack under Methodist Church I m..nta"n..__._. scheduled' for Bradford Tor-
\\A., .tstn,, ?. t m.\ the Baker nado gridjcters will cost $7 YOUR CHOICE FOR ONLY
'' Casey _ld federal I and as
\f Affl\ f got tw yards KUder
Calendar for the First state funds, mostly federal previously announced, but a
tyf\ drat down at the I Methodist Church for the week are being used for the vocational fifth home game has been
M VV h nw>n t0oK\ over there added $11,000
beginning September 26 Is: education projects The recently with New
SV( 1)) (11\\ r<>Ul'tl'.lgltt' > div a got Smyrna Beach
Y 'lP, yttlBfn' (0 tile Baker 13 I; Sunday, Sept 26- Church federal money tomes from the and preaontholders !

healthier give your family a'e '\'I\\fly 'Q< *".* 311"t short of a I(i I Worship&'hool. 9.43: 11 a. a.m.m.; ;;Morning Youth Federal 1983 Vocational Act of Th fifth can see same It! for wa tl Med more. $350'Down On Our Lot-We Arrange Finances

happier, warmer Choir practice & p.-m.: snack The school board voted to after the season tlxkeu mere $' I

IF home with a beautiful, new KIDS 8-18 ,upper for MYF 6 p. m.: MY call for bkft later on turnlture printed but season ticket hold- -

meetings. 6:30: p. m. and to be used In the business education ers may see the New Smyrna = = = UK IHJIUJ IN
game by paring tl. at the Same ---. .. .
EvenJiuf Worship. 7 30 pass -- ;
k-ee. : p. m. and. .electronics .1
5iiIEIC5iLEROIL CLASSES gate and BradfordAddress
Wednesday Sept. 29! --Primary courses! having their ticket I I

ant Junior Choir prac- They also voted to add the I stamped. The ft for the fifth -------- --
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HOME HEATER "A'r.' f SEPT.; 25 tk'e3:111: p m.: Prayer Meet- projects to the already submitted i game brings the total charge' Clay t

.10:00: A.M. me 7:30: p. m.. and Commission budget.' for season tickets to U. the I I 1'Ity a vote __________ I Baker and '

BIEGLER: baa the bill Blower PynUtn and wrImwr Yn ,on ,Membership and Casey said( when' the. equip), same am for the 1M4-6S sea- -.r.-
eIuai_ II.., Tubnt that live you th* comfort \ ) Evangelism!: meets at 6:30 p. went! Is set up that Bradford son I I MII.: COI'I'OS Tnn "'! I Union Counties
.Durada of SUPER FLOOR HEAT Come in end" ( j itlz1; County High School will be Reserve seat tickets for - - -

'uk for s demomtratjon thia new .tt. J\CtJtS; > START m.Thursday, Sept 30-- Third offering a complete office Ingle vames may be purchased -
Swglar!! will pay for llwlf with Session of study course, 'The equipment' course and to be at the gate for $1.75. but
the fuel it .MtvtM. ai rvr. 9--10 A.M. ChrUtlan'f Calling" 9 r., m. able to teach' the use of office only a few seals are available.according .

fp," infDrnltionAf414 and Chancel I Choir rehearsal.' machines. to the BHS Athletic Longchamp HomesIr

( 7:30: p m. Department. j
"irS A FACT YOU CAN DO )1JETTEK J AT" :: 964.1501 Anyone desiring to purchase Ir

NOTiTh : STARKEIpwling Tim .. public" t.- J.\C o.'i\1U.E.
Riuirr POINT 1t..ebJ"'IJUtt.
tee the! hat U*-ll. II Ji.ltn..>nronniKtlim .... .... Lois Bennett. BHS finance of- STAUKE FW *
DENMARK FUTURE CO. way you write. Come tm andelect with th. ItuaJnvM ,>fnrsld.rd .fler. at 9114-:0'71.:: .'mton 4 Buford Mitchell 6039 l..onthamp DriseI'
favertt K&TCItIU : 1':1..1'1.': C'ompantm ..
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Lanes .PI .... a er..lth.. .1' 111.1'_'. 1/ l'
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alL\b''U''U UJIINTY '1.IL: :UIUoI.... "'I'.UtI"'... I"Unuu, 0.. ,'u .........
'"t:; '-n...
.. Oreen Acres: a line there) Shaw Rt:
woulj; coat about $38.000 and I This partnership will be dissolved 1!

::1: serve only seven customer effective October 1,
the engineers said. r }. i when he amuinis the duties'' "I
I They also pointed out that 1 y 'of Assistant. Public DefenderIn

eliminating 14 p:>tenUal etuicm T* M i addition to defending; .
I :::rs In J. M. Johns Subdivision rb r 4'a' 'his Public Defender renponslbllltlwi -

bu called >part of Southgateby 4 r I Shaw will continue to I I

most residents. would save engage In the private practice
around I30.00O. Eliminating 1 n t/1 I of civil 'law
I' those) 14 wUl allow a gravity Shaw plans. to continue in MOTORS
flow system to bw put&wthgate In his present offices In the Register -
instead of forced A Complete Bulletin", st 122 South Your Authorized Ford Denkr Bradford & Union Counties .XMARY
mains! thus saving two pumpIng Break-up I Walnut Street Starke. -

stations at about $10.000 This State Road Drpartment tractor broke. Into three I NEW 1965 FORDS ..8

each Ruckman said. pkoNoe about 8:30: Monday. morning When Its right rear whrel. Cancer Society I I

Lawtey BaptistsTo Mr*. Joe Olssy asked why honked onto a utility pale ua South Tem"ple A,_ The To Meet 3 UP FOR GRABS IN :c
the sewage assessments on Ford trartor. Owned> by the State Road Department, was cutting FridayThe
Dedicate Beeaent Road much
I were eo grass along the west side of Temple Avenue when the Bradford County Division .
lower than the Green Acresassessments.
wlerd" awljent occurred. of the American Cancer) CLOSE-OUT SALE
\ Church Council members
SundayThe I agreed that the Bessent Road Driver Willie Thompson, an Ocala Nrgro. hung onto the Society 'will hold a meeting to | I' .

assessments. 75 cents a front steering wheat when the rear wheels, and sent went In three. install officers' for the coming I SENSATIONAL SAVINGS :
newly erected First 4 I different direction. year Friday at 10 a.m. at the r
; foot were just. too low sad eseaped with minor arratrhe, avcortltng -
Baptist Church in Lawtey Garden nNt Url\nt. While They Last
Mrs. Okay asked if there to tt. Kenneth Puqva of the Starke Police rvpartnirat.Tke .
fully air-conditioned centrally
heated wltn Indirect lighting was any the other war of flnancity fire Department helped out by washing; the quantityof Dr.prescient Wayne Whiffen of Oreen Acres sewage
and complete witti baptis work. oU off the road. Society. ild Bufoid Mltciiell \Innn.nrel. Bv Ctnrke .lsvseea.
try has replaced the old:: structure d : The> utility pole Is still atIandI.&,. will be 'IrMtalled as new prealI I
also ihawn: which: has "It -irony. --", f', 'r" ....' dent

stood tot so many years that 'cfil.y.. "Everybody should Uon carrier unanimously.The Uon. No action was taken on Dr. Pets Kehw' i"I vice presi
nobody could remember when h.'..." Green Acres residents that however The council dent.; Mrs Maurice Wlngate, 2
It was erected. I Pudtmsn aid that every- were assured that there wouldbe agreed though that it is secretary, and Mrs. O-rlt'Sl'
Begun three year ago work '{ br'v in the dtIs hetolngirith assessments for the wat- alway"a problem for persona Miller, treasurer.
on the new building was completed I i I the cost of the swan er line and that In the case who are soon to leave the urd
; Just five month after former pastor, will. deliver the tr-olect b mu" K Is brtn flI of corner lots, only one side board to plan budget by -
Rev. Charles Harvey was call- message Sunday. Dinner on IIft."f1 waft s .tt" P0114 Fuze, of the lot would be assessedof which new board member will ,
ed to the church Pour rooms the grounds: ) will follow a'i I i j-w were also constructed to be 1pm. prior to a dedication I I I .<...>* said rtrwt Green Acre Mayor Randal) Chltty reminded The olty clerk's tentative
u.ed as e church school message by Rev. Harvey at 2 J _w H<.n.e Wlll- h* -wlT* fr,r l the Green Acres resident 1965-68 budget receipts total
Dedication services for the I p m and: de_l.Catton t'xt'rclat'a.1 I" .*..<.....*.., r.rvkw five times that their 11.50 monthly 807.393 compared to disburaemrnts .a

new church building are scheduled Joe Parkinson song leaderat Y**'"* sir*. .*. *. sewage tax would not start totaling; OS.M8. m- ,1
for this Sunday. September -\ F-r-t: Baptist Church of I "r"nt. foot" O'w MM' ".Man until after they were! hookedon dui tng transfers and 455,700 ar

M. He*. Tommy Howe a Oreen Cove Springs, will lead I l .- ...4na. ,pa 4. -........ to the sewage line. which must be, put bak in the ..,
tnfltW for the !ttpevta event. of v1vh1. th't nv.ra "' 11 City Attorney Oeorge Peirce renewal I and replacement funi:
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I ln.._. ..--f- tut. 4 tri -t said that a city ordinance require to reth the bond kw ue. Increases .
era had for
any plan explaining f t..t Tn .. 'itk"i." 'fI raid } property owner to tie- requested by the various CARTER'SV. ", ..
, Oh mouse the importance of tying up theraxe t n ear II ""tmh-wo ... tit usnt on to MWSTe facilities: only If department, heads total
track money to the peo ...., Mw Pn.v ._ erlrrtlrnn their septic tanks presenteda over $''0.000 and range from

'Meeting Held pp.-Robertsmid that the series f- --.., bill' u* health problem. about ....000 to nearly 120,000.

of public meetings had been' -v.-v month for saeeery- The Green Acres residents In estimating the new, budget IM'I -'
scheduled; members of the .-0 wanted to know when they Edward lnclu:>d 'i per 1 A
Commission 0"n'I"' "You. Dolt were going" to get some) paved week pay ton-ease for all city 1
.Continued From Pace One would ask to
speak to civic dub; a leaflet -.* r>i.. In other veils of roads. They also asked that employee and a ".300 hior 4
,? ney is to keep our county will be distributed CI"rlr, wltVwit "n ataeiument rtreet marker In the aubdlvfalon I- *_for Hlmolf I -.4 .
explainingthe \
'" '
j irons losing our fair hare." I CommiMion's position and wit. ,- now?" be repainted and chat a Oeneral Fund revenue Inn ..
\ Mid actually the the ben-Ate to be derived from f -uncll I member Mrs Ruby Street light be Installed atone cludes an eoUn'uvted 183.500 .I
raw ballot is not binding on tying up the race track mon .7&.n1 en.w r i "'Because! the street Inter 'cUo 1. for cigarette tax and $58.667! << A
he Commission, but thsft "- < stew t Twrln" I' Council Chairman Carl In real estate ana personal

ant the opinion of the proil ey.County Judge Theron Yawn Y" ..Jm.nt on to f\t'o Hurst said the Council, had property taxes. Edwards estimated

il and want them to knowis said any difficulty lie* In the ..Ieln' tHat first asaPSemeffta considered a paved roai for that mlllag can be re. -"\
is th* only way we can fart that most people don't, -no m.4.i on at trial and .Tend Oren Acres last year but had duced to about 55 from 15 ,
;rep petting; the race track understand the tax structure i rot that It had decl*?.""to wait until the sew- mint since the city property

on eY NJunta Long stated that Rep. Thomas I rnlin4 ''ev wee. t"O> a.i KMTOn ate prr'set wa finished. evaluations have about tripled: THIS WEEK ONLY !
i .
said judging from and Senator Charlie Johns Oreen Are-s v+ldnnte In othe-: action the Council under the Just Value. law r' .
relent. income from Dad t<1 h. w-uM r'sethr' tot,. : '- Voted to accept the BitlmateA'
can the
help explain Issue to : revenue for 1B6J1M -
ounty race track. and the the people so that they will i *2 -r foot ..**".-ner) .. sohash"r htrh bid of fell e-ch NWnttt $ Is broken down as fol- HOJ/ A mi UU! NOT X .ARANCt' SAltl NOT/ AN ANNIVHJARY Sl .' tt t
lnMttvd Incr**** that th r. understand It." I l1M1 _n.-\. eIwY tn a..aa by Uotro .m |.>irr.
a "good possibility that Comniis-rtoner Dave Shuford .a..11\\fo that In II o _n fme | two-way r,dVo units. The power plant, $494.$75. ant natural ALL MARY CARTER BRAND
rad/ord County will receive ,said that people endorsing the .I "" would mend .n*>r. that radio are to be "I"Ued" In *a* department. $43.600. PAINTS. .
i.OOO from rare track taxes Issue won't help.. much as ex. thlt" fhK w-Hlf I t"n>ri I cltv-owned Veh'ckM' ant will be Estimated disbursements are
Is year." : "paining: why that race track i Another o*>t"tx>ken f"--n paid for In part with matching' Fire Department. $15,707. up
Long commented wryly thate : money has got to be tied Ares renMent ..a. P-,1.e", ... ,I civil) defen'e fun-* Goodmanm $.000; Police Dept. $71'..... i EVERY
statements will be out 'down, or lost. I i L. Autnr. ..1t.1',c "t--' ve4 to accent that Motorola up $9.000: Street and Oarbax FREEBUYO FREE J
few days before the Nov. 2 "Ft'. Important that w* I"CM hs been in t". <.10-! bid because all the other city Dept.. $ $lo.ooolt : 2ND GAL.
''lection and the aren'tuing
people know what the people think" limits fort over flew v..MM radio equipment M of' power plant W7.7I4'" up.tH
to be in a mood t*"ra CotnmlMlonor' Mrs. JMM| I..e have been tn>a'd Hire make and there Is'* local 1 000: ass department t. $&.HI:
anything Chastain said.HfedfOrd : .KOnd-elau eltlsen I I think ervlcv man for K. up $ OOo and transfers which
But endorsing the tying. up County Commissioners rig about! time we wen whole- Osve O A. 0.,. local appliance otsl about .U1T.. .M.
t race track money with the also endorsed the h r and put In .everything- : doter permission to ] GET pr- BUy Q GET i

arthouM construction actu- t30O.OOOOOO bond program of chM lns; water." install an antenna for his mobile Shaw Named ,
sly msmii we'll continue tot Oov. Haydon Bums, to four- Ruckman had said that radio system on top of the NO ,.. :
that money. and can build lane primary highways over them. was not enough money city water. tower and lo> ueseveral LIMIT'ONE
ithout more Uxee," he ad- Defender Here ;., COAT PREMIUM
the KateGreen' on hand for extending water city utility pole In do- c

ed.Ha.s.H. 't Inpa \to Oreen Acres. The estimated tnc so $ ...... -I LATEX HOUSE PAINT
said the amount of race Acres cost he said was -Took under consideration (Continued From Pane. One) 1 i
*ck money coming into the about $15.000. piscine; several truokkw of I I 98m a VIIIATIII. tirisio' reoeucr covus
,' amounts to about WOO. SIICR' ', MAIONIr, ItUCCO: AHOCIMIMT
'Unty now dirt
Mn. Johns aaM she was under under the> Starte armory ford Cu agy, IQUAllV: Will C
.. Get Water "' S
same money that three I building OAL e OHIO TO'OUCN '
the I lmpe atoi> that the so as to prevent This JU1T I* MIMUTIIrilMIUM
.ills local taxes would bring.Chamber experiment was made] e ..... IIX l.f.e'.e.
(Continued From' Page One) water was to go In at the Hooding under the building poaslble by a recent grant to0rMrJ' e > 0 .e..IMIH, NKItlAIV 1aClp1 ON IASI :
of Commerce Man- same time .. the sewage Hnes Mr*. John said that since the ofnce of / WOOD
from I QUICK Awe Utr CllAM-0* WITM lOAf
gar Pete Novak ottered the the council. agreed One area Rurkman said t tiers was the I city would Inherit the build. the National I".nt.r Project iai -< AND WAfl
upport of his orgsniaatton. is the Delhvood Subdivision on problem! of fimnrlng. but that Inc' when a new armory It a division of the National) IA. I m ian 9.:
nd asked if the Cbmmtaalon. SR-16 between town and, the aster could be included built in fltarke the Council gal AM and Defender Associa. It si*"" ,

If the Council' wanted. to eliminate I should look after Its Interests lion of the American Hr Aswe A s 2ND
\ some Darts of the overall I Mayor Crdtly avid that the Is Uon.

sewer project Starke ermorv o-iMdins; aWl The grant covers a two I 877 OAl.
NOTICE City Clerk Merrill Edward had number-on construction year erluoJ. An additional GAL
said he IhouetU that them prtorllr irt the state and that IU.AOO In matching: funds has i
h' be enough surplus. In It waa Just a matter of waitn been contributed. by stale and l
Durrance Pump and Supply Co.
the city's general fund st the for federal I matching local source. 2ND .

end of September to financethe fund Th. purpose of the experiment FREE
water. projwrtCouncilman 'U to determine the cost

: Berber Good I Council Sets end relative effsc<.lvn*..a of _
man moved that the city proceed a mlsdefnesnor ublle Defend
with the Oren er. It will aim aseun Justus I GAL.
Budget Work _
135 N. TEMPLE AVE. water project along Acr"l( I to lnd)(.nt persons charged I e + ,
I i with mbKlemeenors t
sewage projwc. and his where the V 4
I Continued From Page Onrl j l program opera l..s. 110 ral rv N
The Grant Will\ ales .".kl-
I put a (price tag* on the plant Oreen and his staff--to--- expand'''--'- INTERIOR LATEX Q rd FpE'11iU1'

submitted .by the artment t their repreiMntatlafl of
CHAMPIONSHIPRODEO heads and person'scharged WALL PAINT
eomnaittsea The I with felunles within. r cM1 .
S3 plan, whether they be to en, UM e HAT riNiiM. tea IMTIXOS I t ..
MR.2..4 large a department WAllI AM* ., /...triAifii 0' _
or to de
A4 Asuuisnt Public t frndsr woo, isics, _
crease Ita else or cttange Its tour will .handle FREE MAtOHITe
function. ahouM be put In eases wherever seeded within feluay. 0ali., TO TOUCH IN teMIMUTII ,P H:::

.y wrUlnsT. he said, so that neatyear the Eighth Judicial UUIrUI e IXItllMT */' .y \ 10 4 _w
f.K ,.,
0 MO CAIN Y OO -r-
K can be determined **. lUs primary '_1M..... ho*. e SOAP AND wale CU"'" UPrAiMTiMe + =
sctly what was pUuwted and ,ever, will be with mladeajteanor Toon ,A.
Sponsored fly Branford Riding Club CAM SI YINII.IN OVIS I..O* ,0
why It tarn or was not aamnpiitPd. in Bradford Coasjty.Mkaw BICeAT C iOAmerica's '
has beep
engaged In
-If If" important enough M ,the genar*! pro4ie .4 Law la I
muiiuiiimANFOKl JS plan. It's Important enouerh U /OUrke for Ui* last two year. Best Paint Value

put in wrturieV Womarfc. em H* graduated from Bradford

priasteed CeuatHJgti. ak-itoul aiM resetved 10000,000 CANS USED AN N OJA L L Y
Once eartj
) HIDING CLUB ARENA QuIi Ju" .....n.d. then the 104 Univeralty of f torkto In MORE THAN I.OOO
council ran eorurtVr. the bYeSa 1M.. H., received bas .........
get as whole not be In a degree flow the U. 1'. CW,..*

SAT. SUN. 1 I better po-IUon to know which' of While Law ia IM3-, TUFFIE FLOOR WAX/ CAULKING SAVE
a studant
-1 tsagaklg Isla Item ehouM be cut out to at Ok* UnlVSMlCy >
.rky +r I II I I match \IIVCSIM to e...p. aee. r>* rf Flortda. Ktrukw was lAuriruL limit", <*yV ti CARTRIDGES 52%
SEPT. 25 AND SEPT. 26 I i told the council.' I I a member of Alpha Gamma sea POLISHING .

TAe eouncil will go' over' the' Rka Delta s\otel Phi/ SALES 4j"1'1'I..R' ,t. PILLS CIACKS AMDCIIVICI1 .... R'I.
8:00 P.M. 2:30 P. )I. JUST TO police) and Or department PHi Legal fratanMty.Ha SAVE 52% ABOUND I.. fo'l
I Builders Hardware bndgtb. next Mioter nttU.Bipuiiibei' 4s a snesabsr of the Am- 39 WINDOWS4)10N0, 39.
srtcaa Bar Association; the SPECIALS
rt. -
Parade and u>en thetittlst nrvia I)** A. M<:iUoa; the
Big Saturday 4 P.M. and Supply Department. KJmJnistratlrv Eighth Ji4icisl ClreuU '
, Bar 23 QTe 9'x 12'LOTH DROP e ;
, and general fund .bud- AaeneiaUoei; and *lt. Am rte* i7rtal ::r"-;; .;
FOR MATERIAL I I get on succJa 1,e Monday r

Wild Brahma Bull Riding TO FINISH TIlE I['pected I ntghte. to Cotnmitten avet wtsh are n. Shaw Le"79"MUon.M aleo active m. the / PLASTIC PAIL / r,vs ILl { i;}
earn *f sterile" r0S
F1r !
t Beptis Chwrta,
Outlaw Bucking Horses HOUSE those dM.aIonahe sche i U vtce prt.Me of te .Urk* HANDY COg R' riAiriCSAVE ; R" w

Calf Roofing duled voted Th meeting.*e pasna, trie may take board a. ,I sad JuMor Trasrer C% mk.*of of Uvt Cemaaere IMsrkefBradfonf 01 IAOMO iOAT T. OAIAOI SAVE 52% 39' 52% 391' .

Steer Bull Dogging month to +
and in the! 'Ooonty Chamber of
Clowns mranttme ru rtty wH{ oust. i Cemmeras. H. le also active ter

oet a temporary oucsrft* .a the tUarte Rotary Club. MARY CARTED PHONE 964-8201 .,
Mayor Randal I CtiMty' also, .....and kks wife. the former

ENTRY FEE PLUS PRIZE MONEY unrstad that tn city change I.< Betty Lou vVaiawrtgM. re- 1TI PAIN.TS 353 N. TEMPLE' AVE.
its nae.z0\ nan from" I i iJjiy rude. at 112 BsiMM fl4.
ADDED M'JSt' >MSM <> *IO lf < OAII < It
t te June
M so budget I!;1 Mark
f tract could be OorapUw priori I Mtaw a* presently a pttn.r .e
to She annual September etc*. I U to* law ana of Yawv sad


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PAin ftTX JI1U.01"nftD" COCNTY TW.roK4.rn.. "AftlOl'. FLORmA ____T''n"lO.\T.' _> _SF.PT.' _ts._1985

ni'''rmrT i THAI 1 '''In, and"_ .a :ru. and ..m.. '-.I.'n. .13.. are i mire \, sii! 11 fe<". fun then. i. alto,, of Teklna' ; lice hca fll"l, I miliin't'' i '. unit, "., > ii"h. Mrid wl'rsP:954' : -HV rland and the
For I Services SetTomorrow "run 1:1; .fTin: pfniKiif '" I ,."... I'y .>f ft.-I..."... ..t.M>,. "tca.a ."*, d..h. ..t _tatng ,. tat.,rly. n..i th aol north In the .h"v..f" |1../f.1 INIIM.. 'livth .i i n" I I Id" .,. ,iirt, P .VII,,M pi"|i i Henl, i.r thin Court nn thin ItS
Services n>... nr TMK OI ..TV ..rt hy III* a...... ,vto.iat r wowY alonar call. < .urvi .. l'etltlori I ..r*. the if iiili|,,I ,In,* All lixUlii" I". P Mm will mill ell '!'.r i>r H.-itetiiher.| A D. lISt.
( For tf mi 'II.'ORI>. TTK: oft ....mmlI........, "it Bys.IfoCsilty .... ; vttb..t H.. a total central angle' ol, authority l.' I theNM |1"'ff.N., ,I |.m-Uf I liili.f".|eil.. nmr' appearNttil l'IiA HI.KH A. MAKRT1'L.ritK
.OH I lit.WHKHKAM. F\nri* mt a cpwrni, .....Lme .....I t. Pleat.?. snaa. tf 00" a. dl.......* ot: for the laM 'tag or ,Hi. all'l"- lie herri nt the tUne anil 0'.' TUB CIRCUITIfil'HT.
Mrs. Hoover, 81 Lottie William <,n 'itif Jril. rt..yI ..r _. >.tlnT heM <.tn Tu.tfJ*]!. ... ....> -. 1 feet .. th. end of ..ald "arrlhed lands. for in* ,IIIII-IM.** julsu's I .i>. i-mljir.' .1941 th. R..rot. n' ii. 1941. *n4 *|i*>.*jiui .- u-. Laoc. Kkaaur- .... tttm.N.. Ol d... 21'' set. forth In ,the .fetltlxn ,tn, till ) *n.l em-li nt' Jriiu, areheiuhe ) I COUNTT.
""n'',.. (*r>mniini" .,lon..ri* of nt mvnril In :Miavev !Ikink! II rt*> 654hlt aa 1.33393! feel to the be- .*au. ..*. vie:. A. rlKhl'" of wiirhorrow t.iiititfiiindeil, tfi *|iii.wrl VIA till DA
Set Tomorrow Hnrvlrci! fni Lnltlo I Hawk I IWililpin' I (*'.nnty. Vlorlrt. aililptmlI .. of ch. B4rift .*,r OnnRy OMunmlneloner (tor tkHMaMUilk vrwola :*:::: I of a **irv. concave t 0 pll aol drHltiN. .t5'ment l>f rlllna en, Aimwi-f. (u HieI'elltlnli Uf Charles A. Derby
duLcli'i I II..N"I..II..n. with ..m.ndm.nIt '. nt Bvadfnrii <-u.aaIY.: Mutluwav.. .... J. H.. .h..v.B. a radium' ol fur a |,,,.It..r .iiltlHtat 1 herelnfiire' flleft In thle.Nile Clerk.
'. 85. Negro I I dirininK. hv ntimh and. it.ih. rtnI rinrld Jsilw. ...-:. t...... run thence north- Itoad llrnilr.ii'il 1'ounli t i In' Ih"ntii'il. | ( "irt, innr (IIHAL.)
Stiik pollrf'man HO.DAN I IiriAU > ald and Hint thi' I lloo"i-nhle. I.efure, 41" |..her I I., I .. to I
ettnCliiccHotvet : lit nivi' I boundary ih ( ount: WIToI..tM: MT t.t aS .. aloaa auras ,
STvires* rot .VI 1' i npvprn.1fdir Rre I I f' :'m.r.:: .ftlon' .r IvlNlrli: fm* ftI { .rrr'I..L : ..t *: c&mRrmAtnr't .. That part -tf I an. aa.le- ot .* dear 9V Her,,e I, I'atton i H' .if 'thiludKe chow what. rlKhl IIJ. I".t I Inr 1"0. K. Mhaw,
HI widow, nf trn Inft rot HIP pant' YPArn. I 'thru Klvi< I lp.l: i .nfl ch. ...u..itioi.rPifl. so.nty' Plixrl, rnt. \......__. at l lvf Itta :'lilt tufeef I : : "....,* of :3V.4 ft to of the fir-ult .".uirI< In Hen run, or 5"..r "t )...g.h..o .,untr Attorney,
J- C' "1"ln II ovrr.. will 1 1)'r' ) 'hurl f r'.i i :a I p innt 811n Juy 1 | < tM 't1.rf.Ci.r.. of th. f'oantj' I .ii <... or #ptIflb'SV.. A. p "'oI.I'&AL :NE% NW''' .t :JIS'" In. '11 lln. of ald Section the Klichth JudlilNl. 'II' nil' jt In ami t. Iti-' .1.'... ih I f rw ItplhPl' 7lnpll"t Chursh? of "."d'"r". $tt.t of Florlrtuli ( .I' .be11101n4' ....... .. a paIns' 12!* 1 feet ...*,- Florida will on "Hit 'Soul dyut I"'N.' ."f 5i5uw I 'IIUIMI 1'.1" J. ruaniels'
h' '1 FilS-iv.::! Srpf. 21. nt : DtltBYrW ,, aiil ,II. IVftlt. .at nnl .Ii. ll'illanil. lluihulintTaliahsees. '
: till CH ftL5S \ WVQ. T 1 l. fv..b.. *h...-* run *i,.. ( the Nb* corner of Heplember. A why the en in* .h"o .
10 10 B. m fi",m the AtMIk' The dppulv :'lod IRJlL Wed- W"":11.\101. Mill' R..lull..n {'h. .. A.. De.".. Clvrit at thOrrutt <.. erlv' tan' f.....t.. thvnu rum r... 2*. 10::SO Qt-l.xk All In lbs ,IIINilford taken fur I I lie, ...e. *" tiiirn'.iteet Floridaor rtltlonr
.'....... ...nttoff1 Urterk. .. I'ourthoiiN. al I IStark. t'etill'm. Cuuneel' fur the
with n' .f.nv; H-ptrinbPr 15, aftpi luflnfl'. 1 .nil d.II..d, Ply TS rwt. titvnuv. run '! <> 1. .. IJ.') :} acre more or County ci* 'f'' h In Hi
Church .
FtplTopsl lie < I h,. briunilHrv' fr un-ty. CotnmlMl'm .. I B. bkri* t>*f .*.tnty, 'lfnmh.-I) IJH fuel. to tile Point ..C ,'I..h.. uf xitlna road ., Plorldu.' onNliler. saul flied, herein.F / 4t ',3 i
IllTiem watmplo.VPrl
PPV R E; Micnlnln offlrlatlll'X .- an ..,i' Fvliitrlit. 3--FtlanhInq.' .ndl] III.......*. BmwIMird County ninic lylu; 101I>f but* tie ( way.. Declaration, of TakIng, ap"|>olntTERWILLEGAR' _.
lll'X by the 8t.irke Build In, lomplAln. '' "U' prnvlitI'm ; I II lit.*. tIt. ti It 7 I urnvr '>( NHJV!! "' S v" i, tt .. > BT!! r.:1.: Johneon: .' .. !
el'''' Supply for till pnjit 24 ::: .* of Chpt.r .. FloridaHtntul'K. Suction :34 Tow altl >> J ... or klloalra )(.-*:'tendon ,
HOOVIT rtlM In a. lorn I flirltlvr, nb-rtlvlrt. i1MI I It,.,... ft: Kant.Llnr .. NIght ml May'

h''I)1I111' Werlnf"lnv. mni nlnsBn yenrnU I 1.1 County f'r>mmlii lon r Oistruct ; I I"r..n. in THR > un. rr reIC.'r 0 wuciirly. :! vC .nU. .f.
)rn In Dothan. Alabamn Into thrm> <4> vlvctlon EiAirm Jt nirit.. cutrtir. ... twit of til. turvwy tin* and I It P.'leviU. a. -
roJlnwlnq) ,'xll'ntl.rt? | lltnes January$ 13. I ItlO.! the nonI.f ..'. n. followsKlMtlon : I THFT. 11 ,..i> r**i ... %ironr >- Stat* it,..... auiLtlun : '. -: .. ti> vtat ri..>rd.i in Plat' MOTORS W W'Your
Rhf' WHS b'II" In O'lnr KPV on : Pr.ilt rt :NoR.s. !". I II > .0I-a-vI. rLOHii%. laiil i'urv v Itim. t ..lttic UwMct i Sage It .of the public
< th" bite Mr eon| Mrll. Henry ";"...lInn frai-lnn :V>. 4_ !.,w '0. "Hllltl.TATK cit acIIegiflflifl4g fr.l1uw*. uf BraUford. County.! !
on Or'I.ob<'r 2*. IBSJ thtntcifrr I I bun. ruJi. I I.t II I "n tilts south Un. .
Williams he was a m R1)ADPARTCENT DE
( of Hi" lute Ur .?im'* I I .'"II..n f',,iln<'t No K.yMtnne 'I OP I "jiwitlon lii.r. J :J.. R. aa K. ..rPt ....* of and within

nnrl, JuJli'" Zrwnr!'.kl Chic nf the! New Uelhel Baptist bin FLORIDA. .a .point :JHJ4 I tt wv.t from of the mrvey line of Authorised t Ford Dealer For Bradford and Union Counties

Rhp' hAil b"rn" rpiltlent.. offltaikf I Churrh I w:th' ,>i"N"ii.nfin prp.tnetl,. il ; th a H. nt til.. i lioN tfuathe 31.:% B run curnwr n"I,its. <1't f ". .ui" ISa.Section binj. I2.5).26Sl.dencrlbed. I
c..m'.1 t t of Florida.
Survivors Inclu'ln, his wife of ( l *
Ifitiifi'lirl' I iHinly .
'ntf w t.J.t: .: t vet tv ..-.-
und .. .
for miny vpars :VI rn -nine, Williams a son i HloniT' ,rtiiitrlit, t ,:No; A.hVlnir.n'" thbounilnrli'M I II and BRADFORD COCNTT.Polltlr I bTtnalnjr. a< .a ""1'''. ..0...-. ..* ..n the went line of HEW 1965 FORDS UP
rIliulnrly -
for u'h
< of 8t / ,
wn ml'ml'r .. raiiiu
Loltlp Williams Jr : n dnuxhti I il".rlhx'l In Mid Kpirliiilnn *- S *! Subdivision i th sR! havtn .. T. S S. P. :: 1': at a
Fplvopil: Churih( Florid. 4TT.4 !_. run thence ys. < reel outhrly from
1 MIHH AkPi" I 1.IPWilliams I ) on i.RI Kn five ((6) thereof. of the IIta' nt NOTICE wetrly.! aorth aud ,"u.tb..% j I corner of aid "..... 35.
f Surviving nrn Rlx ripphpwn: (lr Daytona Bench, : his .stcpmolhpr. ) .UIIKIIKAM IIn,1) ,: : th. mill flf.ii rd off'niiniv OF RCLI erty atonir atii curv .. .. ...-. N. SS dew ST S3' f: FOR GRABS AT OUR'FINAL

Dr Jimes, K': Chart'! IIn'l Robrrf Mrs. Cnl'lWill, 11 mn/ I 'i.nuiiiHiii'in.. of Brail* v. NISI.; a total central, an7l of 53 .,. run thenr N 117 d.K
4f: SI" dlntanc. of 711 to 14)147 ',.' to the
I" FKirlila' with thn, VITA HTRONO et .1. a to:
T Clmt-p? of Oilnpivlllp '' foril County.'
of New liver: one ,sister., Mmn'mirhp !. r,,i oinnionilatlon,, .*nil| iipproviit I of PefendNnt 10 th. end of _I.. curve, .. of a curv concave
I llii"h n. ( nr' ofpi Chapmnn. Wa"hlnntun I II". M"I'AvINU'| of F.liictloni.' N'rU'.l or DO.II 1 ' S* deg IV' 33" :NW; havlna a radium of

'Bew'tm-l! NI'w .'"r'pv: I>r. I .1'/11' / it in, Hi'I piiblti' .Ht *. \I% PRnfr.D.G.<< 1 274.2*" feet la th* beginning' I.dlu. I feet rup theme north-
I). C.;: three brothem, 'ISo liounilJirlAii nf IluiI 'IN THK VMK AM BV TIIFArtTHORfTY ': a curv* concave to the NW north and northwest
Rlchnrd Clmce! of Multliiri' \ I. riiomiis Wlllliims., Btatko!: I lion. I TIM"I rut I i Nn 1-. |{i>no, iimlKlii OF1 THE STATE In* a .. of 417.... feet :, call' iirve through

Fl*. W Hrnrv fl1I('(' or Sill Williams. Iak" Butler.nn ",.n. fTKilni-t Nn.1/ Sunb'inril OP FLORIDA. thence northatrly. north I central angle l of 92 drit I
Knilv: ,. I 'In ''nunly I, I ''ikc' ritv. Ulnh. /im-l, Alvin rChnrp ,I II. P. Williams, ., Plant l lntrli, t No 1 -ninnilinirN CONCERN, and to all peraonianil through a total' central I' the end of Hald curve, ,]

of .J.i"k, imvllp.) our" Cllv rlirht. title. In.ut. em ate,, 74.2 feet to the end of "..1 to the north llni- of
nlpcp. Mi? T>uo>v Polo or 1I, o.VI'I., I." t thiN bmly, thu.I '
Members of the! StaikePnllpo thence N. 04)< d ir ,, point
nf I'oiinty <*iimtnlHnloni. ", ,,r'Ir"Ir. or other Hen to or on curve run '( :u. a
Or"lit. nrd onslHlcr... Mrs lionril 0." W. 1.020,44 ft. to the ...". i ... from Um
riepiiitment, will er-t nsli'inoraiy of I hiCounty. of llm.lforil. Htntoof I has" certain' pan-el. ) of land | westerly
Rov! of .fi<'k'onvlllr.Hm .. pfilllxiniPi'B." Seatswill ,KlorlilH, III', mim-lul" mllinlitii'i'tltiK .. hereinafter. deNrrlbed anii ,thi nlnir of .a ourv. .fontave. of to of enl'l 1 rl 0"-. :IS WHILE THEY LAST !
/ iluly, BNHi>n>l.lnil. thatIhi. followlnir pernn. tiiffethnr withill 'HK hnvlnc a radii* 0.547 aires more or
In will I follow ('IP KcrvIrps be re! "-i'vej', lit Ihi Hcrvlceii I I ltiMi.'lilt I Ion no M nif niliiil, uf unknown pernonN rlalmlncby I ft.. run thenc | | '" of xlHtlnir, road.

FtHnv In f, r' 'I'i'ern for white frIends .I..hln"to 'thin hoilv. ilntfl. "lifiri mhfir. fl. 'Ihroutch or under, knownpnri north and northeasterly .".. way.
Crmpfprv In Ju'k..al1vlll"( at nttend.ii v follow I DILl.I !I'":. h..r wlth "",,,,,.10,1 ". .HTN >not nN who known are to deml.he dead or. who or said tral' cnrv alivln nf through 31 ilric. a totnl 09'. fill'.i. I : UY: Knoch Hlronir and flays Register: : For .I'unt I'asH- and Kick Contest" CoSponsored -

1 30 p mActive I My striking' fro,", (on.... riv* IIIVB'Men:: dlntuni'. of 457.14 h-,,, to' the 1 Hlronif.. JKHNKvinnlnn.hi. wife 'Al Hy Starke Jaycee!!

p"JJb"nl'.r, win fill i of ttnlil HAHohltloti I MM / "- inn aNniiru'jnni' iirNdferdoifalF of Nald curv, run thenm N 1' Ht runic .
b> Jan
Troop 70 Places .. uflli.illon 0V Ii"" K. 42441 f"l th" hoiinilary il m rl.llon)| < :..."'.. 41 AflrfreNee flK''
no cop nulllnirton. A JThmiK I I l'i"in,,1 I ml I Mo 7 .--lli'iio,, hattie' lit...e heath BuxtcrAililreeN the .tiefflnnlntf. of a rurv i L -
JP, K L Mutlhcwn. Third In Meet Mini In lliti Ihir0nf. Ihp iM.uniljirlMH ,'. tfnknownHim ".ve to the NW haying .a ,." : NfiTIPK that, a I fivclnr'
hn .I.-iw .lh..1| IIM followH*
to 02.1 I IPnu
Kennrlh Orl-'rr.! Jnmshpnr n'urk-/' / ,.a""u"" "1'ri.i'lni, I Nil. 7- Uenuli.mmi Him,, Heath "Plan
.. nrH, fl-iarVi' r>, Hoy scout tioo' > 70 place1Ililid I >ni,'Inic Hi I III I liolnt, nfInli'ini'i Add''...... Ifnknown '

,' In the All Tioopn;: Swim 'lion' ..r Mnrlii't' llninl. .! Him 103.1| uJ'UY :;
l\ I I' I io\ 'In Mill lit wit), 'Ilia HmihiMiril, ., Alrlln Hull.roini Mhert Heath W5eWe4Sez a r's 0"Q
Ml. t I r': "''II' II 1 IM.' Mi-el lit the. Unlver-lty of ,, I ihi'iii-i' run Mouth-rly. lonuHi. A.I.( "..." Unknown .
.... .11....II. .. J"lm'lrin, pool last Saturday. I .I .. Ma,". ,ii,...riP. Alrllno I llnlltomllo "Hltl" '102.I Itnnii'N L__. -
..."'...t 111\1. .4I.I.. f"I:: 'vIII' in .lIt'.r..tI..n. with WnlilonHI C I:. IfenthdilrenN ,
ttr I..IVMI T l 10\ Ihr' |il\.n" ."f r ".rnlnr.! .fill i iM't t thitM0, : run llMMli,; .rly MlonirW.'l.lon 1 A./ Unknown
,ln",lllutl..i I I,f ".. iinlll i, I I I III(I mi A. M, 'I'In-" ten bovis from troop 70 Mi rn..t I In I UN I lnli>r....H-tluii, MILl '102.1 ( SECTION[ Gus'RlSUl1S

I'l<.'r.. ..4'lrIIHs nn dn,f.. 'MI.t'',''I''r'v.M' f..i,. i iufr Hi.. f'lIt'rllllf! tho event! were IMWompnnle I' HiMithxrly withVntir I I i Hlonic'Mi rent., Wut th.ti.>..iit r ,tI'r..t'n *' run It. .1., ll.'Oth Q GIA.Rrrs : ,

r>i.t.rtinr 4. I I'm''$ i 1'1"j .. Mum) I by David MontOrnery. I UN Inlt.....>i.lion, with "MtatoItniiil AililrfeNM, ITnknown 'i.--
'ni. m i n,,IIP) l No I IB ( lli-ownl.'ti Htrxxi' ). Mitt> 102.1 .. ..w ..
MM., Dunk, c miclltl'itu' nunpe. ,) Scout I II..."..,. ran .l'<.NNt"rly alonir Htata, J....... l'lmginsiT .. weedIt
*. I Ifl.. ,,t )lull" IMIIV' ,I.1 .tnlniMt, I No I III Illrownlr. Htrni't I I Mnnhattun. Avenil* .93 Mnnorlala. KetMtluMun. ?-?.-. per
rrum. 101''",f.. fiiri. liimlnir (''''''.1111... .>r a Inti'rniitliiiiiil I I Mull. ,... .. to UN Intoriii.i'tlon, I with I Ilio 0111) M ew York. New York SO Word or lens, one tlnrn. of Thank, to BO wonU__ SJM
.Inn PliiRlim" nt 1".II"III..n" "",..h'r whlih I iini ,."It"....r..1, rdi wlcy Itonil., thf>ni'. run North HIII> 160.I.Vrm.ln not In advance...__ 1.35 Cterda up
''''M.. "friii' ,Mnililinv...$ Kliixh'iin" I".I""N, .nt? III i CIIHI': full. iTly ii,..n" Old I..twlvy. Ito,,"! tnMN lleuth Hollowayililreea patti 1.25 Over SO wfoml ___. .-_- __. -_. .. So p"* weedEch
4lri' ...l Win*. 11..11.:2.. :: Tlill.i. ", hll_.... Kl'.l' illllrinlph u I' I i. iii-iit..n' ,,. 1 r <) II.." 711.) : Ih..".-" run lOnnltrlyHlonif : HUH 103 tNIMH 'nrd over' 20.__ MH niaplay ad* In C'laaNlflrd. per
Mill" ""
Km-: .ntlvi I ''r..r. u iiil.'il) )llil,. Slut itny, i.r H.pi'iil with the HHHl.'rlyImiiniliiiy : \ >ei.. I'nknown H. A.. V A '
9-31: 21 1-10;; ,, I.i| Al J>.. I limn nt. ,Kliirke,. of thH City of Htnrkt. Hltl> lilt HASTINGS! MATTRESS!! FOR 8AL. O Cvetinl
"iriiirnr'l) ('nil n t V. 1"10'1'111.... Ihrnm run North Nlonic Knulirlyl.ouniliiry : \l"nnit. Strong Insurance Problems? Ready mix concr:te. concrete Loans are Strk" WANTEDTO
'1/8.1: :, 41 in/I' IIII'SOI .., th. City nf HtarkoIn & UIM10I.STEHY WORKS7 Int. rate
,un, ., in i vri"vrniIIP \ I 11 H.,nth' 17th Street Call The Man From I block house piers. sand ceaent or rural "rt. frm

TONotlfe :..lq'S.. .p. Kill. HUM! : -: ;;- "Hniith,UN I Inl..r..tlnn hoiinilNry.. I lln with* of I the t ii.Jrthwpt I.t*:, cirHnv.. N. J. .aKeYRtone"George JO Lemon at. t'atatke mortar mix. roca. steel, 5'i to 6 per Chris;. P.or BUY
'II 'I l.: : .I 'I KlTl \MIMIAIMIII II I:.1 nf Mitt 150.1 Repaired roof 889-4111
i IM herAt.y irlven 'Hint' ,,' ..14)1.1 .IJ0" 115. .\1''' '':'' ., "n ,, (Quart.NW'. I H ,Houth H ), Mire.. "mlthAddr..n E. LaRnK..ytttone Furniture I I crater shell "meroca. Horn**. phone
"" .tlnn 1 Townuhlii
the unilerMtfrnr.' "!. umliT" tinpn.- .l'l" IIV .HOllll 0P..1 llnniii* 23 Hunt: IheniN. run WONIrly Cnknown I I Upholstered A Refinished travel lintels. BRACiRDEOl. Btark Fla tfrhi Timberand
vlMlnnM nf Chnut'u| i "ft 11:1:I l.ii\- i in 1 N i % i " .:..... OK Him 150.1 Tlelgrhti ) I CO Phone Saw
sail Houth' hiMimlmylltii REHUIL1New
<* along
of Flnrlrtn. A..l.' i.r I'MI Mill, 'fl, ,ui. 01111 I oi\i) I.flh1- of Northwest QisarlerI "u.nn Jnn SmIth I MATTRESSES 96352.\\ FOR SALE--Frame house 2'.
reglmer. with 'Ihi. f'lTk .iif ,Hi, 1114, in I'I'll: i.1.;< I'iMiini: :n.i Tnwlmhllifl MreNN I'nknnwn Consultant' For All Your Innerxprinin atArk"
(I NW' ) of Station VI. 3 bedrooms -
('1.11, ('ort' In iinrl tin" lllt!ii., niiii: ,\. < Him. 150 1 miles eat on rd. 16.
Ltmlv, Plii. ,,1.1 m,>'in r. l,,.l IIV "I' "luut.ut: HIII'.M.; HOII.'Ih., Knnitn tt Kant. In Itiilnti "HII Inll.l HUkl nt WmvI'hHt Insurance! : Needs.Rrpmutntln : and Rox Springs Iun.\NC-l In every room.
tlon i with Olil liiwtiyItmtil : .
I r..1 ., f ..,.11 ', ,r III Ml II HOI Ml u,V\ of' I
01 < proof f> (HI iti'inthli III > part ; RRi :
I run,. I ihotifn NoilhprlyHlllllK I U.! A Card or' I
ntoll.i ..h. fl i Hi,.., ""h .... < 0 u 1" IV < 0" 'II....M>M'II: HIM."Signs fH'l'. liHWtey' llOllll, to Itslntr.u'ti.ti All that I portion of the follow Great Aiurrli-nn In.*. ('a. Drop v.\ s-nrrn dIITO. FIKR. flOAT central heatng. Butful
Hnml, Inw) ilHNirlhed pi.i'u. of property. yard. 4V4 acre (
---- with Market
lies' Went of the H. A. I.. I The) Travifli-r ins. E. rONNRR
hat TMYIsK
Wemerlv, NHI| | PF.GOT RHAIXER 969
run I thi'tii'* HOIIK MRS. : Hundred) Terms. Call PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY
[ ; For Progress" Murkot lloail. to Hill, 1 .",1.lit. ."flii'HtntiliiK Hallway tuwltfoinmnnr : I I Tel 473-4892 Dui \ 20!) E. Adklna St.Rtarfc AC1RNCTtfohg tfehi
: ( Nt. the MIC rnmcr ofNW'4 473-432J! NitftI ISUUANC ;I 42.12 !
2 Hv .'rlkl",.. from I.HHA five iif NW <'4 Her. ID, T. II M Boilne *. Ai'll ,
NKON: PLASTIC HIGHWAY: mJl.U!:TINH 11 21 HI. and run North ISIS ft. I Auto Fire Horn t Ford Clinton
(ni I of until ltiNollltloti. .,. .ini..t." : : I FOR SAI>B- 4
; point; of lii'iilnnln I thenve Mnnthl' "."mAr.t Plan. dirt oil. I
Ihi t.iHiu.lHrIII.NI' rli.tlon of for a 1 FOR 8AL.RFill\ top
',1) I In
TRUCK! ;'I"rJoIUI'IC"'OHIA: : (; ( AARTE. a Whit with Inc.
600. dr TIMLOa
""a""I": "1'irilmt. N... II M..Hl.iiNtil run Went D40 re\.. Ihenr .run I 1 work. new and "*** tNlSHE '. bur .
W)! M.I. SUH.JE( TS I ," '. ,mill, .In huh I hare'C tlmliuiiliiln North, 4110 feet, them run KaelHH :. BE SURE? TO san WorV trtctof hOUOn. tt'rlo Standard ahlft !
I ,,,' rl.... In bv .ili.Hi, fl.,, an feet, I Iheni'a run .Houlh' 4HI oth! buildIng. upptlei. W. T. Jilt'' : Burdetto, 324 North Cherry Phone 969-3931
follow, r...-, to the I 1'i.lnt' nf M*.lnnln*;, Book beforn buying any i Mat.rial and Mchlnory ,," enL (olUon 5 Ml. So. Starke on 301
111 I I KAHT; SOUTH STKKKTOK : ; of and within son Building St. Phone 9693324. tchl tfrin(
,KI, H II.ill' ""r'ln I No Hull- I.H'i fl t ) NOrth / Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne i _
and' Phon 94- I I ,HMMM.H M V BIM M H B- Phone 961-0211'1
I hunt il' 411 feet And' (II soulS of rrprenrnUtlve' 1I1rv-) Supply. H

( ',\1.1. !lfi l. 211! ,''.ihlpII'hIi" |, ,> "t! hun/. point of I In, within :in fel.1. of the eurvey your local 4001 tfehe.POR i Ii WE BUILD by your plan. or I FOR RENT. 4 room, furnlxh-

','r..IIIII.r I t Urn Nor. ,Hi, linn.. ofTownnlili line' ; of.. Htate, ..I'llna'l: {line Section beInar I 1950.! P. O. Box 803. Phorv will draw to atilt you ed apartment 126 S Water St Contact I.. H. Outlaw
I, soil tin* Hen tfrtiaTWREE
) rt Hiiulli I ( pn
I ;'.:'a.rh:: AH|;, IHiu" Unllron.l:' : :Ihemi;' ilenirllied. .. tolIweicIitttig i 9114,37114 SALE Good blJodnHII We build o lot o OUTS Phone nflfl-im t.hl
hi. ".. on th. went line nf in ,
,inn Hiiui)>ii.rly HluiiK' I and yanwa'ntlal properties Homea, bedroom
..",. A Irtiti.. llHllnmil ,lo IK' .lei. lion U. T. S H. >It.( JI K. at BEDROOM.Lh and untmtrr \ Paramore 96D-411. CIET HEATER cleaned out before FOR RENT2 ruL'
III)"i.u'Il'i' linn. .. with Miirkei Itninlllii'iii .. point *.*.e n ft .ulhrly home. on youkit 1)0! M 5tart. Imprnwd Starke. tc-hlt uul house
''. run llNNleily, nlonw. 4srS. 'rrotn the, N W corner of call "y e"l H V Knight. P. 0 winter. Contact Allen C Starke
,. with .Met.: tlon It. run. thvni'r N Itl down. mall monthly paymentParamore cnvnlen y JlL
; | It.,mil, "lo IK lntci'Ni.1' lion Drawer F. City tfrha Bioa. Phone
YOURFREEZER fihl, ,Liiury. Itonil., lhni, '. run, 4. I Iii' BJ": :4'1. runhenue Home 940-4111 9691(181.4tchg 9 M. A. Payne, phone 064-3794.
Houtlll-lly. .II'Inn'. '' (J101) f...twteyItoNil N. V.l Htarke tffhii MARY CARTERPAINT 30I tfehi
,In UN I InterNi.' .. lion with I U.' .l 451,47 l ft. t.. th. h.ginnin. (,if .a FOR BALE 1 Roy CraftrtOUAC I
Hotilh i lioiitiilnry., IMii* of Sit. .''iiirv* com) .av* to Ih* NW having tT$ I' X 30' $80000
i..rh. ijiiiiili-r. I INVV'/ii' p of a ratlin, of 477.* ft, run them COINS WANTED : lllll'HC Madame Robert
HiM'tliill, il, TnwllNliln, HouthIttinui .. iiorlheHNterly' lions and north rll tm4-V(*? tfcha AP\KTMfNT
( I 42 I'.IINI": 1'h....', llln a limt.: wNtrly alonT call| cur..; BUY. SKI.I.: Tit A I)K: IN !T\IKF Kill. UKr. KE.\'Ili.

,u'I 1" uloliK wild Houth I liiiutlilnryi.f .,, 'through. .a total, centrel' .ngl'* tiCS 21-hr. Ap|>raJ al !5.rek4. for LICENSED PLUMBER and A wet'! -rstBbll.shvM aprtmlnt Private. ('onAheiitiah
III Vi.rihwem j.iMrli'rINM lie* 5.1' II" a letan.* of .
r I% I nf Hmtlotl ill, t..w n.l.ItI. 17407 ; ft. to th. .nd uf call. Jrinir' old. ......... fr_ of rharxIIKI.OTKH I, builder Work done by the house of fvl apartment ) .111)

DURING CITY FISH'SSalle .fl t Still)U. K.inife.. tt KN' 'I t.. He "'urIc. run them*. N. 01 d.. '1' : : nitrrisKryeton ) : ho *r Avory C Blade: Phone Complete Une a pnt 'income of tlSO pet $1.00 Special
I wllli, Hi.. Kneifrly, !5'" w. "*.71 ft lo the north tfchaumjm Mnnvlllf\ tmenl
hi.iiinlniy, ,,. .., 'the ('11,'. of HliirkiMiHiii'i .. "Inc of en III Hen. II al a point' Ht'.ht. '1I .44111 ofPaint month. with one ar. Daily H A.M. to 9 .'.11

inn. Houth, ..I..... I thi* KNNI.Tly : $41.6 ft weiierly, from Ih. :MK' I occupied by LM owner and one I,
)1""I0..t. the ('It l' >f ."oilier, of call Hev II JUST; KinirrfiKouiso tOft NFXV \NAOEMKNI All ritTne 1* now up fotate !I r91. IS
..,,,.k.. ,In II. 1".1.. with. ''' ".\''fl.''' I Uve Belt unl Knrth': worm I Iliway 301
) U.S.
I 1'I'I"',u"in Hi,,i poet, )IheiMn. run % .> t. | block went ) at a .asnmble price I,I
Iv lilotilt. <'i, u,,,ni Mlri-rl. In I Its InterNi NI). 345- 20 Acres, Cin 4 bedroom ft M per 100 Two For Is Itself tinan- 4 South. !Marke, Ha.4tch .
i; ; "tlon; with* l 111,1 l.uwinyi I. I home I/U if troll I C-ninty Jail! Pratt St nJIt t tBtrhg Supples nw'tnl ) > 107
ItoM.t t"Spell, .'" run HivuihertyHloiiH 0 30 dully! and hm a pl.Inthl I.t I
fMil) I.nwl4v' K.iHil, I In. I 111Inl.'riiii ) ManY' out b'lllllnt' All) homefurnlhlriwa r"n..r. Al of I2BO per I I
.tli.n. wllli) sidle. lli.nil NiIH ,. mnth I'I
I. iirowtili.N| Htrfeti. I I lici). ruti' ', 12 Wides .InrludM at 111 FOIt RENT One bedroom Buy One (;allone1 Interested call for partlculariA 84LE1 formica 'r

I |I''',UHI.IV| nlonii' Hlnlx' Iti.Hil No InIlllownler. . 500) and I,3 :"ownNo I tmttrr Attn trailer' spare with ;aIlonF J Thorn Realtor. Tel FI table pd. 60538
I Hlreell, p In II* ,InlnrMK 333:J Near town center i (: One lINt 1tl
'linn with WNtei, ,Mtrei.1flu ('....tom Mad patios. Over iilirht parktmiCUwe 964-5701 opened Phone' '-U.': tfpha
Huniialrrw. PrirrhCarfirt R K;
Northerly HlonvWin room open '
I 'nil' run'" to nhopTrtrr r nterWentmorrlnnd I
1' 'U.S. <:uv. (EriskiCHUCK: PI', Htr...>l I lo UN Interact' lion For Florida lAying Walk to all ronven. Park I WASHERS 150
with I Wel.lon. ..r..t.. them I, "'" .rim Trailer Ofil20l I FAMILY would like to rent 4 I RI1'lOF
.. Mt"S'.r., U-nrrn. Yr>'ur. tar only 1)500uTitoirr dlnlni 1. ii i.ii g W .I.I n 940-3301 or 960-3011 Starke olM up. 9 piece I !
M Mor phone 5 smurrl
th.. He. .. N. Temple or rooms
with nrAi.rv 3S.1: other
ROAST (C !I. lie YOU tfr mWItt wool like i *69 OO Bedroom
i Also)
'li.Miril Houihrrly Airline I I IlKllri.eil..NIOIIK I MeiiiMiHr'l.t then. t''r Your $ 9 fNo JII7 N. Temple Ave.IL' t: I rl"tle PhontELAOM3 far mtsctllaneouA. F,nnC'IJ. B.\r-
nil $35
work not mo.
41 Alrlltu'. 111))'",''NI lit It. Internet' I ". J'II| 8Ett, ccwv /llIlur'1)lnhorn" RENT--1 and 2 bedroom 0"1 i Center.. IH miles Southon
FOR ask for Mra.
MI sect, tan
CHUCK STEAK LB. lL HIM I I I.i.l.l,. with mn',) llr'iwnlee WivNterly .ulunii Salaried or Com Phone 'aaiIoiFog ,.ltfi no cloMrMr cost'I trailer Can b* moved o your 2tp Oa 923 I 311.* PD.32:1: lt(>1
llr.iwnlei. Hirer. ,p.. Its InlerwfM.llnll Employ.* *Pn>ell monthly pnymentu Low lot J B WhIte M418M -
I with.. Tnlllpli',, AVenil,.. .IHIHIeIton.l ., 8ALBtn! < ChevroletCurvatr ent Bee tin at once W HNollman | own 9 30 PCR SALE IS ft Skipper
No, IIMII' I",lien' run. DAD) *: UltADLAJWENI.IKK I r mp. ..l"V" truck 40.00n I tfrbn I 2t'h FOR SftT \fdliim ntve'safe. CLUB STEAK LB. 59c .NloiiM) TettiplN, Avenuen J
Houlh.'rlv,I I ) .
t'. u I)* IIHHIIH.I,, .linn, with Ailkln, 10 WORK actual. I mllea S99i! 00. J It I I II IIOU ABOI'T THIS ? un.-IVn approval a'eep' four 8tov ice bx.r ,

,I ii'.oi, Ailkln) .them,..' sired*. run. I..Kneierlyilonil itS.:. In. .I.'n. TfrhWENT .. I I NESD SPACE -- netUn com- Just 130000 Will put you Iipoiuwanton like new Ai utandard r waler ani UxhU. Ideal for

,. ..N.*'' with 'thi' rifHclHinril, Air. YOU Benefit i fortible couch bimboo: arm of thIs. threw bet typewrite. Eflet condition. vacation o hunlln< trip Call
ROUND STEAK LB. 79 Mm t,, liullroii.l 'I'h., ."... run, Airline Miii,,'U- "OR : -Klnislov Lakebedroom 2 make double hrcl. muted gold :: room two bath howe wttrbtaitln -- J. M ; 2. flol14H I 473-403. Keystone H laM
I the HihoMrt4 furnHhed home. conrwllnn ,
'rlt nlotiir liiii-reix, I..,, with.I.s.'k I ar blue gU 3d after m 2ttie .JII
to Bpoce I t
luillriiiul' All Size. on DUplay I sjarae, pl a. r en-t boat- I I ; I
.Ihenie' run KN: I like-new condition : .
Mired' ter1rt4
.| 'on hol< I and double coin'
.In.'kei.n, Hlreol' lu 8.10-12 Wide hotiw."' Available to June 1 telheater SALE OH n ENT- 4 room
FRESH PIC ICS LB. 39c tnlly, I is I..ti i $45 00. single t b-d. bamboo FOR
I IxilKluhl ) Paved SttVetThis WelUniDrtlUna I
'nf sink.
,, HoiiihwrNt.. Corner : p-utment J Nf
1 /i Baths. Curl Juhna phone 914-4201\ extra firm hoir with l bsrge Ktt
NiiMlvlNhnit'l.iitlnuinit I
I': t I I. h Illonillii) I head'board house la In perfect con- 2" ,. $1 35
,''' MNKicrly, eli. .n" I heHoulh and Expandable I IfrH mitlremn. Icleani I 1 .u P tytreb no2ft lImbs
bit name tone'l and mmlwht ,
,l hue of l I.ot, Klaht Hillluii.llnic I il d'.tlon golnti fiot P 1..Uf! I'

SMOKED PICNICS LB.43c Hiil.illyKI., i In II'ia ,In.|. : FOR SALE Large framt 2 box j>prtn and:! frame 1.\000' :: "e'4 be the lurk::' 2 coil Ily klU"n 10
,lerNei'iion. wit h Alll.."lor CIIN btiffet-lkke rhmt. bLink< : I FOR RENT- room and bart I Pr
I Iheni'e. run, Het: '.rly .1.."g the111..1' New and Used bedroom house rhnln linktinec. rare owner. A J ''a. R.ltr. I tilt!. I ay..t-hme.
lix k and cottav Phone 964
.in--' .., .\ cnl lo. lieInterMH'tliin esu-sne.. brl'1f'wIIY.-: with ornate brauw TM i MI4.S701 flht I PrunP447M1 It-tl

RED HOTS CWEINEIS C of with the t I I'liy I th P nf rlneirrlyl.oiiniliirv :MKrke. ., 8'Yr. financing<<: available lots Also" 1} ft Bonim fiber key. $3000 mild mahoainv 21\t teh.
.. el.uiii. theHiiMti Kat9-le table! narrow with .r, machine FOR Attractivelyfumhihej
Mouth .Inl
t theni. run' Klaii boat, with 40 hr 11.1..111'1motor StNOrt'.l.rt SALE -Twin RE
rtt.iiiinilNry P I line I nf I the -- oval drop .lenv 'iI .tn Uk<. FOR btu I bedroom,
i.oosi; I'). '> : : : all elrc Inclullnn bit drawer and ( nbn. tw
: .f 'Hmrke to it. it..e.'lt.'n. Use. Our Itentai-Pur- *. 1105 WUdL c j
I'tlv I $5000. rh''-dl'aw- I Sews : -' dnmst lr apartment on
Lh.11.110 with HKIi.. U" Ni. (HI 4 IKnelCult trry 2 six gnllon gut' cans I reflnNhed n. rl'I'T' ur : bt'
Htri-eti. I, 5 Ihein. run .KN.terlv chase .I'lnn-rnymrnl.* trailer new back to neits that er pine client: |4S 00 Call 473- Alt attachment fo m'\kl. p 11 Bt CD Mrs. J o W

..I..".. MtI.,'... II'IN.I till', 10, tie In Under $30: .Per Month HetuhU. Ucha buttonholes,. stn- and K1m-ej4, .' .. .U. Keystone f1 tfl'
:- ( :I) .'i'i....Ih I ,", with I Hi. ltrs.I l lAY do 'n. Good condition Cn
'''iinlv' line, I theni'e. run, I fancy stItch & lrn Fullj
ts i' Bobby Lewis 964-27AI after t : SOMETHING(; NEW: Service
BOLOGNA Lb. N..rlh0.I '"a Ih. I ll.nitf.'rit-1'lny Can seen .11your HTTP w.v
,'.....nlIin..' ,lo Ihi* N"r'hI", \. ,ofTownehip a m ttr NATIONAL MANU..CTl.'R.INO luarntf b WlfETHFR YOU HAVE SL' Station and boat
'ii Hniith i ,, I them i run HOWTMobile COMPANY Exptindlnn area. Mtkf: eiaht IthJ; I al..nnt
KIM AM) line ofT BFFCR OR WE NF Apr*y In penon JImmyMoorps
'. .Hl..n. *the North' 91 1Y. "ho
\\ .t
Cl'STOMMAIJF.: : PR.\PFKIFS: and o .
",wnehli| S *iiiiilii... 5 to it- Inter'Ihoi sales forre!' Needs mamuier' pYrt o 1 MEN TO 8ThAMTRICA'S Out P'aUon. corner
BRISKET STEW Lb. Heehoiiril. Air I Also ('all11': Write CrednMana ANt\O
em 1 1 Hllh the ...hl point nfi. uphoUtrrlnr. 10 Hale, f'O''l' \ or women tl .ont 1a. FINEST ACCICENT ot .ni' 14w' ISO Tt-ri- I JOWAX7rD
I liii.1 llnllr.iNit.. the Home SitesAVAILAKLE lit ward Tucker, phone 4714i74 : full or part time Inquire OtIs er. 173 S Cf.rtC'IR" HEALTH I
..Inning AND ANI
i. ". I srvn. F rrM-. *
UK: II I h 1' "r'l'llTIII'IH" .': lll'IKol.Vf: Keyntone 1I..llht r 8rolO n. Box 7322.: BellevlewPlrt 4n ; AND wow a and wife with

ALL MEAT STEW. Lb. 59c tutu,.MrlllltB, In .nf fti-runlttni'i.,'hnl"'r. U.with H..n the 4trht ID II ,, tf'-ha WILL WASH. Iron aol mend LFE'PCF houe trailer to aw6at manacvrof

'|.ll.'nil 5. K-l.irlila. MKIuie., H'.'. the Full Lake .PrivilegedIlomewtend I rn my horn. Call 964.3'24 HAVFDENTAL: K.n Airport. Duties

.FUKSII. : I 10'1.iIUII.( ( ) .: A I i. ii,'\\ lag .liM-NtlottN Nrn herewith FOR f'ALEar S room FOR SALE or lemc20 ac-,,I t'"hiFOR FoqInformation.
.ilLNlMttitteil, '' NN the i.iiUtun\I I |ilN.-e Eumpt'lnan house Refrljerator ato'cMime broiler farm Going equipped INSt'HANCK f I
.. It i-r (In) .*|5e. linn. |triH-lni-le\ phone It.s ** 47J.
FRYERS LO. 33c I ii u I'."i. ..iii M.. ..bll.h",1, l.y thl Ite lnlZ furniture. 12x24 work: for 4.0 bird. 3 br. : SALE--.r. $' and Ladleidremea '. THE t E."o OV THIS NE 9471 o Call rn person t Key-
48ki.., hop. car port. All fenced Buy PRODUCT ALONE
bath n. Close out cheap S, 8 Mr O W
I UennII d"eJns. >
Ni. T
t'i..t:t .K tlon: IIINh'I'm' H.I In.. h.'iil t .lenklnN '41 Lake Geneva cheap for ca.h. Call 969-4082 a 325. H.pto. P Wal o,. Roaenbenr. lift Call Street K YOU BUY Am t at Aft. "manager

OPEN SUNDAY & MONDAY I I'lnn l "Hlienl._. HINlkv,, P'l.'r.'I'S.putu'ti.'n ltd 468-1307 ttpd Itchi.I r pILI FOR at
1'rei'lni-l' No Xeni I!._____Ub
liii Ii ii 10* n.irl.lnNntliinnl ., YOU F.R: FM IUIC
| Vriui.m
i 1. >0 FOR SALE---3 bedroom ,
t listS, ,5.1 Nnrlli' i'.tniutAvehila. | Trailer Sales fIbasEshEoEINi'4PItailkwI TO $1S4> PFR WE.

Hlirfce. H-lorlilN) frame house. -lth acre- FOR RE unurntht. WRITE' MR -W1TI FOR 8'IESmall buntneas.

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I i i I' 'W1tI lh,' man seeks, prestige whosoever shall call upon the
dame above 00<1'. will for his
c& Christ Is I'life Man must seek first of all .) ; ,
NEWS And NOTESFor Coil's Son In order to acquire on every promise given .in
.4! eternal life And when man Cod's Holy Word. through
Today's HomemakersBy The Answer has been born again I by accepting Christ. For He Is the way flue
StakesHopes Christ. us his own personal truth the life. John 14:0.:
Florida Playing For High Martha Sue McCain By Saviour then he can lay Yes Christ Is the Answer!
aroused last week billion electron volt accelerator labora- ; Extension \ Rev. Charles Harvey hold on such promises us the
were Apostle Paul assures us of In THE RIGHT POINT IT the
when it was learned that the Gaines- tory.In. 1 Home Economics Agent 'JI Pastor First Baptist Church: Phlllpplnns 4:19: ("But my way yon writ. Corns In a..d
ville-Starke-Jacksonville area had survived addition Jacksonville-Gainesville W God 1 shall supply all your "earn jr.ur favorite ESTER.
the U. S. Atomic Energy Coin- has the population housing water, I Lawtey. Fin. need acconllnK to Ills'" richesin BROOK Fountain pea. TELaV
mission's first round of elimination asa research and airport facilities required. BACK AGAIN I nut Butter. glory by Christ Jesus.") GR.vr.l. -

possible site for the AEC's proposed Gainesville has the University of Here we are back again I PEANUT: BUTTER Matt. 6:33: "But( sk yfirst rvsoumUng* note of the 1lr..t What sweet and precious
Florida and Jacksonville has an airport alter mUilivz an Edition WALDORF SALAD the kingdom, vt OIK), and\ commit"mtment' given by the promises all made possible by
300000.000 atom smasher. thlrms do happen but butter a: tended precious hurl Himself in Matt voruW' 0" 1'1'10'"
Those lThe peanut His righteousness; and nil and In Christ Jesus! God's
and TO
airlines HKIiltIKH: PUTiriUINottiit II
The AEC announced that it had served by five major maybe It will be a long while Into, mayonnaJoe.) S medium these things shall be ",',1".In\ 23:37 "Thou ahalt love the Son, and His gift to all m.". v'HW
trimmed the list of proposed sites from 188 flights daily. "And we're sitting before we slip up aaraln like red apples 1 tablespoon I to you.") These words' were Lord thy Clod with all thy It I were permitted to give 'In hrrtt>y iftvn that,.
\ 126 to 85. situated in 43 states and right on top of the Florida aquifier. that. But we do hope you I lemon! Juice. 1 cup diced celery I spoken by Jesus Christ Him heart ,and with all thy" soul, one minute of admonition vlnlnim th'.. umlrniirn. of ,""hlll""r.., under JO au the Laws prt*....

added that selection of the actual site which is capable of providing hun- m 99'i: us. one-half cup chopped;: nuts,i self. And they are In the form tuttl with nil thy mind ToMeek any group be they young or or Klurlilit.. Acm ..r I 1041, willroalnlrr
may be delayed until early in 1966. Of dreds of millions of gallons of water" The Bradford County Council -' two-thirds cup mayonnaise: of a glorious promise. yet llr..t the KliiRiloin of Clotl old. ., bo the rich or poor, be, Circuit. Onurt with In the. and, 'Clvrk. rot, tt HrRil.the,
to llliu first
in 85 in still mighty long the executive said. of Extension! Homerruakers I one-fourth cup peanub/. butter this. Is conditional, !in moans Place they, educated, or uneducated, ford County Florl' lii. upnn rrlpl -
course one : lives, end If we give' (Him
Clubs held Its regular Program dash sail salad greens.Gore will seek or proof of publUatln u(
two sites for i that man truly I would admonish them to adhere
odds but it U encouraging to know Gainesville proposed first place In our live w* are this node* the fhtlclou', n..m.,
the AEC Camp Blanding Planning meeting TUe-.d.1V'1 and dIce unpeeled! ap- first of all the kingdom of to Matt 6:33: "To seek. of t..iwl.y Hrhi.,' shop unri..r''
that the Camp Blanding site-included project September 14. We ples. Toss with lemon juice. Got! and ills rlghtoousn.vls; going to serve ItimI I IIn.t11\ first the klnjrdom. .. of Itxl and which I am'm en...."" In bust!
and tract known as Reinhold Park service unto Him we ... .. tI.) M. .
in the Jacksonville-Gainesville proposal a fcr this and far n m n Hihw) 101 t.awI.r
plena year aa Add Celery and nuts Blen I a then that man: need not worry Ills righteousness. Fur all Flit.KlfhBnt. .
is still !under consideration.! in the Penney Farms area. Of the ahead a* 1967. These ladies!! wnaJl amount of mayonnaise< ", about the mtitorlat things that w. honor. Mini Notice who truly "seek" to be"om.1 R. Hturllnic. HI. If
As an indication of the advantages two. how eve r Camp Blanding from various sections of the into peanut butter Then blind I of life. Oh, how Important It la tliHt the Nun of Uoit suit. ), heirs of the eternal Kingdom| II..>. I..7K. Lswtcy. ..1.... .01.!.-

offered by our fair state the AEC disclosed would seem to have the better chanceof County will meet and: discuss mixture Into renvailnlntf may- that we seek the lord with t "s..k ya tlrsf) lh.'JjnJl'lum of list', they can' and will a become uwn Utttmt r. this tin 1r or f'P-.
Florida has areas serious consideration. The Reinhold *t\t\ ?* pro(trams with ladles In VKiu- A' U alt awl toss with I our heart. : heirs of same/ For till r.nde.r. A.U. IMA .al Mtsrk,
that .more II.n Mm.lfor.l. ('ounl,. FlorlJu.I .
still under consideration than any oth land would have to be purchased! and their. communities.! Wt were first mixture. Serve on irreeiu. I The above verse is .simply a''' Yet man sock first of alli( Romano 10:18: we read (t"Fort! .1 4t /IOLET'S
.ery please! i with the reperation Make t aervtntn.
er state. Three of Florida's suggestedsites the AEC has let it be known that no "Dori s. the ..tilt. ..d e a Ind rn_ --
were eliminated including Gulf site will be considered unless it is of- :< of W&h'U; fine leadersvnl .'

County-Panama City Santa Rosa fered without having to be purchased.The : looking forward to many 1-
County and Fort Pierce. Those' that AEC: has asked the National fine proRroms In the future.' 'e

weathered the first elimination are: Academy of Science to take on the job FREEZER: : : .BVRN 1 I

Gainesville-Jacksonville (Camp Bland- of further screening, and on-site inspections Don't panic If you find meat I i

ing) ; Dade County. Palm Beach County will be made within the from your freezer has a'';I
brownish dlscloratlon on the
Fort Walton Beach. OrlandoOrange next few months. The Florida Develop
surface. The meat to not spoiled. -
County the Tampa Bay area ment Commission and representativesfrom though it may not fee ai FOOTBALL GAMEi
Tallahassee and Broward County. the eight Florida areas still under flavorful *. it should be.

And it is the firm belief of Jacksonville consideration are even now plan- This clsoolorllon Is called!

Gainesville and Starke Chamber ning their strategy to cooperate In "fZ'f'eI'r: turn. Food; apodal.

of Commerce officials, that none every way in convincing the site selection tit at th e U. 8. Department of
that the project is a \TTlculHn-e aay It's caused by
fills the requirements better than the group
a loss o$ moisture from the
Camp Blanding area. natural for Florida.If tirfac of t he> meat.! It la an 1 l l '

When the AEC asked for site proposals Florida should be the final lucky indication' thit the wrapping;: WMDOIB S SITA\ PR? 4 _
in April it laid down a strict choice it would be a tremendous boon has been 'punctured or that J vs. _

set of requirement, stipulating that to the entire state no matter in what 'he! matetlal! unej ta wrap the _

any site proposed must be within 50 area it is located. The mammoth atom 'rosen mttt was not moisture-

mile, of a major university or research smasher the largest ever constructed visor: proof

center within SO miles of a city of is expected to become a world On of the most Importan '

more than 1 500,000> population and in focus for high energy physics and the the Vera to meat protect you the put quality In the of FRIDAY SEPT. 24-8:00 P.M.

clone proximity to a major airjort. stimulus for scientific and industrial freeaer' if with a good wrap \

In the words of Billy Mitchell, executive rejuvenation.It Be mire" the one you select In .

vice president of the Gainesville will employ more than 2.000 high- both moisture and vapor re-

chamber, "our proposal hit every salaried scientific and technical personnel lAtant. Then be mire you seat BRADFORD HIGH STADIUM ',
the package tlithlly.NATL'HK'S" ;
criteria right on the head. will be more than a mile in diameter .
At least 5.000 .acres of land were and will cost approximately APPLY TO HOMEDEl'ORATING

required and a water supply capableof minuteof $60.000.000 a year to operate. Estimated All Tickets at Gate $1.50 Student Activity Card Good For All Home Gamu.
producing 2.000 gallon per construction time is eight years.! You ran lenrr. to une cobra .'

"extremely high quality" water and The development that thi project by vtudylnj thsm In nature Children Grade 1 Thru 4 Free If Accompanied By Parents.
potential for delivering an enormous if should nature can .Ive chte to com-
would bring to our area we
electrical load the binlnt colon: in your home de.
power were among
be the final choice staggers. the imag.
other qualifying points. ination. The odds are long but the roratlrim. *
Notice that Urn arras" In
Mitchell point out that the Jack- .
and well worth playing
stakes are high nature are usually reyrd or ,
nonvNle-Gainesville area Including for. Florida should present a united des Interne than the small 'E .'
Camp Blandinjr are in a unique situation i.,. yet .. uy
front In its effort to obtain the )ower. ant bird The wamrthlm .
where they tan supply every cri 200-BEV: accelerator. Although we're appliea to hose ct.ooraUnt. # i av.

teria. lie explained that the area U partial to Camp Blanding, of course TIM Ma area wails
ringed by Florida Power &: Light Co. and floor*- should a,. aoftetreyer "
-the Important| thing. is to get it FOR
color Keep>> the brhrht.Interne .
the electricity
lines and can provide 'LOIUIA I II .
color for amaUeplena
needed to operate the gigantic 200
of furnitur and acce::

I 'Wild River' Brings Wild Charges I tortea.Color' you creates notlrrd. mood that tooHaven't on .

Although opinion at first seemed ments along its banks are understandable bright prtntf day, when the

overwhelmingly in favor of withdraw- yet a reasonable plan would colors are an vlvtl that you
feel much gayer than on a
ing the Suwannee from the Federal. not only provide fair compensation for I trey, wintry day?

government's Wild River proposal landowners but would permit most or In your home you'll find! .i.:+aas.rhll
some loud and clear: voices are now all who presently reside there to con- that warm C'oIc-n--ftd, ye'low",

being. raised, to question! the wisdom tinue to do so. In a larger sense, the yrarwe and gold make a. ic 1965 Bradford High Majorettes *'
of this hasty negative action. Suwannee Is no more the exclusive do- room seem more cheerful: and

One of the latest to speak out In main of those who live near it than ever* exrltinc$
the Great Smoky mountains or the But If you want a restful
Channel 4
favor of the proposal was are
mood-ue .,..-na. blue and
In Jacksonville whose televised editorial beaches on Duval's Atlantic: shore. purple. These color In their
"Even the State of Florida has recognized -
is reproduced here in part: ''hter tones make a roomperm 0 Starke 24 Oct 22 Palatka
17 .
"The proposed' Suwannee National 1 belatedly' that a great portionof basis too. Tne war" Sept. Macclenny e Home I'

Wild River project has been unfairly the state's natural beauty is irretrievably I color tend to make It aemimaJtrr Sept.. 24 Santa Fe Home Oct, 29 Live Oak Home
condemned by in the Suwannee clone' to a population of five and more oo y.
valley as 'socialistic many take-over which million, which is certain to double. You 11 be safer in tfln Oct. 1 St. Augustine Away Nov 5 Fernandina e Away

would cause the 'slow, sure' death of "The Suwannee is without question rotor If you u- emIT at.. Oct. 8 Orange Park .. Away Nov 12 Lake City Home
different colon* In one room.
counties. We submit that a rare jewel of unspoiled beauty which,
adjacent .
such conclusions are nonsense. In an has so far not been ravaged by man. one But you color usual than! wan'i any 'of' .'" the Oct. 14 New Smyrna Home Nov 19 Green Cove Away

era when much of the raw natural As yet. however. there. is no hard evidence oher. I1'.. white or black 'lot

beauty of America Is being desecrated that the State or a regional body empha.
polluted and ruined forever. the National has the re"oureeIf-it'al and financialto itLM UnreUoe eaullona that This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters --

Park Service has performed a insure that the Suwannee will re- JTCTI should arway* keep the
main unspoiled. Not the least among) waua and ceiling light no
genuinely historical patriotic and function scenic. treasuresfor by preserving problem is the fact that the river t matter which rotor you rhonaHT CANOVA PHARMACY :SKK: : YOU!, AT TILE! : (JAMKGoodman's : GooD; f I.UCKIHURST'S:
to another "au.(etlon Service StationSee
the permanent use of Americans."It courses through two states. for the old time favorite Pea Phone 96I..|16b1 f Slarke. Ha.CO .
.is undt-uotedly true that the "The idea of a Suwannee National t her Mwlman.; Owner SERVICE STATION

plan under consideration. contains Wild River undoubtedly has weaknesses Gulf: IViMlurtw. d'lNMlyriir:: Tire A 'ILiitterle CAIU.: lit/HISTIf.

flaws, but this does not render the but it certainly is allied with a'' end Clef rtKtt 1 DtrkerM of Mr Colllna.and O JoI.,. : TOKNADOKSTERWILLEGAR 105 t.%. .M.nllM"' SI. S. :.101 too Stark*. Florida

basic idea. unsound does it justify noble tradition which has sought to
: nor Mra. .. N, Norman was ague MOTORS "
wonders. which I.KTH; 4 CJO: 'OIt( ,\lHf:M'
natural a
someof the absurd emotionallycharged the ..
t of Mr Acne LabonVtat lie A 'Ibxmler For' Th. Tornado
criticism which has emerged. benevolent Creator bestowed 1 on Amer- Doctor- Inlet lat TuewlayMr .

"The strong feelings of those! who les-for the Americans of today and I i *. L bortK and Mr Nor .1ItSTML.; ; TOKNADOKS"' : SERCVrcEA SHUFORD'S STANDARD

, live in the area. of the Suwannee. and those who will come tomorrow." man vMted Mr, and M,*. John INC. TION

particularly those who have invest &afternoon.*don of Weat'onnett In "the WK: BUY ITS i 'KICK( OFF TIMK:! SERVICE STATION

t 5 ..Mile South on :.101"Ul'a ,
.v.........................1.1r tend. Brown of Worthlncton attended Mr and Mr Albert Norman DENMARK FURNITURE
I'j. Next' Wedrwwtay tucht wtfl.I church Sunrtajr. and were of OalmrvUle 1< ytaltrrl Mr and. Have Another Winning Sraw.n"EDWARD'S mST: W'IS I.IKS:
r Mrs Gears Alvarez recently.Mr COMPANY
be the regular bustne m* &- dinner" guests of Mr and Mra
Bayless Hiway A. P Hall of Jarkmn GROCERY
, Inc of ttw church. AU imtnbem -' J 1,(. Dyer \ yUle spent *turty"' with herbrothrrlnlaw IIKST. : WISIIKS: UtOM A. J. THOMAS-REALTOR
and Mr. C. C Crosby
arc urged I to be present. Mr -
Bf Mr*. O. C. Crwk Saturday win be clean upi and son MUd Mr and Mr I and ester Mr -
and Mr* T N Norman Independent Telephone
AA......................................... tfmy for the men. nnnembrr to Otis Crawford of OlnvlBeMn I I t R. M Cronby of Salt Aprlnc GROCERY We're Proud Of Our Poaches. and 'f lInl
com and brtn your lawn Thursday
Remnntorr the Sine at ttnl mover I, P C Dkll era arri pent the weekend with hla rim Corp. of Fla. BILL EDWARDS
church each Saturday night st PERSONAL daughter Jo.,. Carolyn KunI and dau ''.|n-knw. Mr and t'Oldi'I.ltlINTta, :

7-30 r TTon* u lashed to it-'' Mr- _and Mr Raymond 1 I I may arwt children wr we.k> Mi. Nick Cro-toy -Ye, Ye. We're 'Behind You PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE
-- Mr. and Mr*. Charley Jof" FARMER'S SUPPLY
rta. house ru.U of Mr and

Ward iymt the weekend: In
1 ESTABLISHED 1870 T&mparUlUn* Mr and Mr. mST: W'IS I"IKSPRESCOTT : H. C. WALL, INC.

AcsntN .... _.. Claude Moor. \\Ai' All Support The Tram
Korrosi: PuCKaumOLO t: K. L. "" AMD larat Norman. L. A. Crosby SHELL INSURANCE AGENCY

O Ilea 0 1PLotI,_'. T Wcm.y ...._"'... Puar.wab COM.PUW.MMIB and Winr< Oxklna are STARKE BUILDERS SERVICEt'OMri.lMKNTH
aU bq avttlnc their Jll crop
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Mr. and Mr1 A P toll: of
fort OVTICB Ay .TA.s4 FLA. UMDIH ACT O. MACM a. IST*. LaJceland cprnt the weekend I'At'* (.'.t Cuing; Team! COMMUNITY STATE BANK CHARLEY E. JOHNS
!with his brother an-* MMer-!n-

IN THS TRADE) : AJU&A ONV TEAK SI JO: . ale MONTHS HOC k.w. Mr. and Mr*. A. C LAWSON'S MARKET Member' F.. I). I. C. AGENCYBradford

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iV Rotarians Hear Muir-Nelson Progress Report-Four Cases I Garden Club : Newberry 'Wins Opener 28-0;

KEYSTONE I UF Coach On Engagement ToldMr. Heard In CourtIn Plans ProgramFor I

Physical FitnessDave and Mrs. Lewis S. Muirof Outlined at First Keystone Municipal Court Year Fumbles Prove Costly To Indians

Melros; and: Severm,: Paik, FiHay/ night, four lively cases
HIGHLIGHTS Fuller! varsity baseball!; The Garden Club of the .
I Mrl.: announce the engagement were hoard by City Judija
and freshman football coachat Lakes met in an Informal
of his daughter.{ Margaret, to j Jack Habe1"stroh.George The Keystone Indians' seasonal
tile University of Florida( PTA session it the home of :Mrs. It
Tom 8. Nelson! son of M)' and Meeting Burton Mosley, pigskin opener Friday
By Emily Thomas was! Friday's sp .iker at the Iia T. Raye Melrosa, on Wei'::' Alelrose
Keystone Rotary Club luncheon Mra. I.. It. NeJsjii jf Birming charged with operating a motor Sept. 15. A delicious. dessert night, against Newberry pioVei \ Defeats

ham. Iowa. vehicle with} ) all Improper !: to be a heart-breaker: with
Phones I bali MK} Muir Is an Elementary operator's llcenuc, rcprtaentcd Newberry scoring, on Ky5inn1fumbles
ant Thursday night at the hostess and co-hostess Mrs. R
nay 473-lKBfi#)#)( Nile $17.1-15S: !> Restaur-I Education: major at Floilda: Key- by ,his employer Marvin and winning 280.u Taylor 'PlaysBronson
I Choosing "physical stone PTA opening meeting P. Vogh to the 18 members ;
I. State University in Tallahae- fined total of the openingtoss
......,..-- --- as his subject. Fuller were Prlncipnl, Joseph B. Ben- Green was a present. Keystone won

M invitation has lx>cn'' extended Dri\e home after spending six demonstration of a six-minute see.Mr. son and Halloween carnival $19.00) Plans of the program for the and elected to receive. '

; to all the ladles and weeks visiting relatives and :Isometric exercise excellent for Nelson BI graduate of co-chairman Gorge!! LaRue.CaHei A relatea'jj8; against: year were made. Interesting Attempting to run back tht Friday
Floiida State University, Is 'attracting furn-
allowing a
oil kick. Keystone
gentlemen of the communityto friends In Illinois Wisconsin. reducing tension and beneficial: to order by President Marvin Green highlights of the Short course opening
: United States Naval recoveredand
be operatedby
vehicle to Newberry
attend an open house I given Minnesota and Michigan to the oardio-vascular system. William Baker' the ,meetingwas motor held at the U. F. in June were bird and

by the Keystone Height's which: Included attending the The Isometric type of :axerclse. Officer Candidate: School inNewport opened with the presentation an employee with art Im- brought\ by Mrs. L. C. Strip- ; dl ove to tht 9 yard line, The Melrose Mustang!* began

Woman's Club on Sunday from wedding of a foster niece In pits force against force and Rhode Island.: of the colors and pledge! pioper operator's: license was Unit Mrs. R. N. Sunderland then tammcd their way over; their $1963 .football seasor\
A December wedding is beIng for the I
3:00: to 5:00: P. M. at the honui Minnesota. On s.'pt. 5, ihergreatsrreat Is the most beneficial type of of allegiance by the Girl Scout: dismissed. Mrs. Raye also attended the to score. Newberry ran with ,a 18-13 victory over ih

of club president, Mrs. John niece. Krl.sten Lar- exercise for the body.: Using a planned. Cadet Troop, led by the Miss Charles R. Bell, charged Short course and modeled. a extra points making the .score Taylor ,VVtloat| on fw Mel "

C. Bird. The social event will sen was born in Detroit. The I multi-purpose isometric exerciser es Olnny Simmons and Mimi with having no tall light on a hat of coconut palm fronds 80.Up rose ,field FrWay night

mark the opening of the 42nd baby's mot.her. Kaien. Is the I ho showed exercises Junior ClassMagazine Float. Color bearers were the boat trailer, was given a suspended which she had: ) madeA flel:!. Keystone: receivedthe Cliff Kirk acored first\ Lou..

year of the club, with special granddaughter of the late Mis. I I which could' be taken in the Sales Misses Carry!! Shackleford. fine of $5.00. paid $4.00 workshop for making kick dcep In their own tsrrltoiy : down -for Mer) ,,,e early In,11

invitations having )been erat Edith i Thornquist ]I I home by both men and womI Debbie Hawes, Peggy\ Shau h- costs. Christmas. wreaths will be held I and shamed: their way first. quarter to put Melrcne

to Mrs. Mark W. Fmmel of In Keystone for a month on I en. Get Under Way r nessy, Angela Aiken and, Rox- Joseph C. Weaver, charged Oct. 6 at 10 a. m. at Faith j back to Newberry' 48 yaP the lead 6-0. ,tIn

Gainesville! FFWC "n 1 ideal her annual visit with her sister Fuller remarked that in the anne Ketch. with operating a motor vehicle"! Presbyterian! Church Crafts), line. Keystone punted and the the secOnd qj'( ? ,el wiw:
S the Junior Class driver's license butterfingered -
and the District Flp'H irectw and family Is Mrs. Harry year 1850 oniy six per cent of Members of Miss Simmons poke brieflyto with an expired Room Mrs. Foshay and Mrs. :, Newberry receiver a fourth down situation Jur
Mrs. T. K. WJiltky.: of man's work done of Keystone!! Heights High the charge dismissed. A sec Johnson of Jacksonville wlll' the ball. Keystone re
Schrlefer. of Elmont. N. Y.. was by ma- Rrroup on the urgent | lot Jordan plated a kick that
School! are beginning a two ond charge against! Weaver of covered. In the next play Keystone
Ocala. who Ls staying at the Lakeside chine: where as at the present.!! need for girl scout lenders In L be the teachers. Members are I went all the way to the Taylor
Another Invitation Is oclnu Cottages home of !Mr and Mrs. 96 per cent is! done. Thh week campaign of magazine the three local catpgcrles! since: operating a motor vehicle with asked to bring treated plant ., fumbled again. Nwberr; goal line. When the Mustang-

given to ladies Interested In, Edward Raynor. The Rnynora strongly exemplifies the great sales profits from which will I last year's leaders are now an improper license tag material. There is still time to recovered:! and took off on i regained control of the o..'
be used to: finance the Junior- brought a fine of $4.00. r 60 flat footed:! run 'dos: !
classes yard
learning to sew. Free were also: vl itp-V recently by need for regular physical acti- employed and unable to con-' prepare the material so the Kenneth Tomllnson received

""will be given for a period of her niece. Mrs\ Philip Vassallo.her vity which Is not met as it wain Senior!! Prom and next year'sSenior tinue with their duties. V members who were not able to the middle of the fkld fo pass and went over .rom tilly..rd a

ISix weeks beginning on Mon hu'band ant: their three the past days. He stated Class trip. LaRue, co"'Ch llrman with attend the planning. session! ': their second T D. line to put the Mustangs '

day. October 4 from 10-11 A. children of Brooklyn N. Y. that out of over 17 million The "group" Is selling new ,, William Belote. estimated that NEWS NOTESBy please call the secretary !Mrs Newbf'rry again at.empt* ahead 12-0. Again tin

M. at the home of Mrs Clara Vlsltim with Mr and Mrs. eligible mea between the ages subscriptions to all popular net 'iproceetf'of $1200 00 from I Sunderland, 473-4169 for In- I to run for the extra points but kick for the extra point *a>

-Roehl .dn Keyatone Club Es- Huntley Redfe.irn Jr., while of 17 an}! 28. there are only magazines, with many special the carnival would be needed I Helen KganAARP : formation. Memb3r are also, ;ia, In ''lan" dug In and cherkU not good.
offeis less than advertised
... tates. The classes will be sponsored her husbin-f nccompinied: the 126.000() who will pass the physical at (to carry ',ut the )projcrts slatel I asked to brirrf a sandwichThe j the heavier Newberry line .
Tayror team t t"i
Thq<| Jen railed
by the Clay County flames City Tourhbacfc Clubto exams required by the prices. for the 1.)65.6'achool year by' hostesses Mrs. Lonifnecker. Keystona: received Newber

Home Economics Extension the FloiId-Northwestern> Armed Forces of this country This project is the primary the PTA. HP stated th", a'I SPONSORS Mrs. Hagen and Mrs. ry's kick on the 50-yard. Un for a touchdown as Lam

Service, and, will be taught by game was Mrs. RedTearn's Also speaklnn on the foot- subscriptions ansi rsnewals of number of new Idea; 'or booths I INSURANCE MEET: : Schneberger will provlie:: dessert and fought their way down t Furrier scored the first Wild ,
at touchdown to bring tht
Mrs. Margaret Nelson county' sister MI"! Jihn Olson the ball prospects he Rave:: back- existing subscriptions to all and games will be Initia- Samuel C. Bonrdman( : AARPInsurance / and coffee. Newberry's 3S.: 1
12-6. ,
home economist. The first form-r Kite Webb of Melroai. ground information on severalof popular magazines with mary! ted tin'* year, and asked for Consultant from Association On thn! next play Keyston score
lesson, for which no material special offers at less than advertised Inc. VyVVVVVVVyVvvCVVvCMELROSE into th' The Mustang team was con \
and her three' children, Mir- the top players. and outlined ruffgention-t! that mlvht have Administrators. fumbled the :

or equipment will be required, gaiet John and Bill of Haines the team's hopes for the prices. been Rood money raisers In L of Chicago Ill. Is to be the hands of a Newberry 'play (Continued On Next Page

will demonstrate the method season. which begin with awin For information, call Susan I carnival elsewhere' Hn stated speaker at ths special meeting who hot footed:! It 65: yards: fo

at making: a simple. garment. City.The over Northwestern last Blid. 473-4709, who has a list that there will be three prizes I on Friday &''Pt. 24 at 2:00: P aT. D.Keystone.

Foe additional details call: magic: lure of the l.ikei I Saturday. of all magazines available under ''In each of three cntt' ol'les' M. at City Hall. Mr. BaarJman checkel Newber Tournaments Begin
''has the' RusnIlThatehers
Mrs. Roehl at 473-4139. brought The program was received : this planPeace. 1-3 grade 4-6 comes to Keystone from the
back to Keystone to / ; grade; and 7-8 By Inyre Rime ry't attempt at conversion.( For Woment
: 'JlERE. 'N THERE with such: enthusiasm, that Kral' ''e. A specIal $2"t 00 prlz- three/ day conference on In- Bark up fleVl, Newberr

't Mrs. Ruth Ohlson has returned ,live White They Frnther have taken: Court a cottageat mak- I Coach Fuller agreed to returnon will be given to the< hllh school BUTance. Hath! MedlcirtJ: I riione 47.1-SM3: : hunched:! a hi?''! kick and th \ Keystone ClubA

to her East Lakevlcw October 1. at .s joint meet- class 'which contributes, the which wat held at the East! t AA4AAAA4A4.AAAA4AAAAAA4David Indian carrir' I,*
ing it "home" with the I lncluiLH ,
three-w-ckV competltlm
I Ii ing with the"! Ann Ridge: Retirement Village auditorium
Rotary in PIPEKeystone most to make the carnival Chamb! eon) of Mr. pigskin back to the Newte
the Masonic Temple for a successful., In IPerrlnel Miami and Mis Tom Chamblee, cele- ry's 4J: yar' linn. ''n the women's. !grout ana
i : further demonstration nnd Lea/fin/ phvslcl'ns, ministers, lirht-werl'Y; .' comnetltlon n
Beginning\ his second year brated his Oth birthday last In the next two plays th
: I talk on Isometric, !exeiclslng at the Keystone Jrlvjol. newlysamed I and builn! !9 nnd profession1 1 Inrilin's ball carrier foun 'he mixed grmm were bestir

;I It was announced that prlncljul Benson spokeon people were panelists on theesubjects. week.Mrs, Jr -phlne Reel ittenp'rd oren spice: In Newberrv's rtrfensn at the Keystone! Golf and
:\ Sydney V. Anlrews, District Mr Bonrdmnn: will Country Club.
the acconupllBhments' of the the National Associationof and carried the ball 3'
Governor of Tail! 'ihassee. will [ School NewEl] bring to this meeting Information The, women's meet, itld
school In the past two years! Ina Bank Women Convention:' in yards to the Newbwy!! 10 yat '
be In KystoneOt 7 and 8 I letter sal answer questions on line ach Thu"jp'': .y at 8:30: A M If
written to th St. Augustine lilt weekend
Last ofour
: '* for the annual Club Aoql'mbly.'let Friday was the day Health Insurance. ' .
i by Dr. She The first half ended with
Vincent I\I Ol1lrl' was co-chairman of the
,. 'for 7:00: ( p. tn Oft( 7. where .second ii'irmbly.! Mr. Benson -, member of the Accreditation It's relation to the new medira.e convntlon.Mr. Npwberry intercepting a Key- 'oth the nine and: 18 hoi'
hR will confer the our principal.! Introduced:! l l-wiitinn.l Rev. B. P aroleps.V" wIth a nlne-ho'e'
with officers '
tore S frcm: Broltas tr
Committee :
the told that on June 7, 1963. sod Mrs John F'sleyinl pn.
am u.i
program i\dt
( directors nn>-" chairmenof Schmacker Executive Directorof I handicap \ toumry\ The't
: this would be a "pep I ially'He (Continued On NextIINDIAN I'41g0)VVVVVVVVvys.v. ) Mr -nl Mrs. Claren-e: Cooper. the
the club, and the luncheon Lutheran Smlor: Citizens were 16 player entprlnt
I Holden att'nded: a tct,: at the Keystone opened the yeroi,
.. then handed the "
programover Foundation.! Irm. aol I Delton T8-n65e m Uh. and eUht
nvctliiK 8
on Oct. where he
home of Dr. and! hilt
: Mrs. R. L with a slow splralln-
to Janie MsMurtry, the I .tt
will be featured speaker) Howard Plf D. President! of the nine-hale play. The
Johns In Galnesvll'e' I Iat week kirk The Newberry receive'
Student Council President '
Also planned is ladles' : the East/ Ridge Chapter AAPP tournament listed 17 entrie-
.- a : Introduced cheerleadvn ; The te... wa In honor of doc ran It bark to the 40/ yard Hn
.. .... nlhl>\ .111( )jute. Oe pl1r' under! our new BEACH were among representatives! !of tr: .rtudentA lit administration where he fumbled the ball and was tlrd by Mn J H
the rhilrmfimlilr.. of William ) who are: IJnda Anthony. the< VtllKT!! Ptnellsts. Every: )/ Bsttt: and "Mrs Whltn-y W'
: In the College of Education Keystone recovered
Q. Dowllnir, \ Jr. m1 F.dmnndDIYf'r. Nancy Kln MUM hue, Elaine Lovorn. Susan ) at the University! of Florid In the next play Keyntnivfumbled
I senior to Mixed, Roo"t.R.To"rnl"
\ Vlfltlng Rornrlnn at group fully ar- .
the meeting were Freeman Bird Sharon Brown June Mr*. Jack F Miller/ Sr. quaint persons over 03 in the ani:! !N'ewberry\ recov' 'Stmdur siw 38 player! out

Register. A. J, Thomas, RI'.. Rklaimht, and Susiann j new Federal Program. Keystone Marvin Boos of Jick.vuwllle eredITnub'e.. for the mixed be!it-ball tourn
I Then she r.......................... pent'; last weekeH-1 with hi'. to malts headway ''
and NeiiIP. Tucker of Btiirke; Nl"lson'j Chapter AARP feels ment whl""h bewn and wt, >
b "Cheerleaders" who I oarents. Mr arr-l Mrs. W E isln\ Kevston" ew! \ In line
CAVCk and !IJeWllt C. Jones, of Well we are off to another honored in being chosen to continue for eight l:/ weelc 1play
Moore '
Nrwt-rry punted. The Indianerelver '
Gainesville.ion members of the football team busy week how about you ? hear Mr Bonn-man:: and extends In Initial play, tied 'OI
i and our student council vice If you have not saLlIed down I a cordial welcome to Mrs Ovid O.ino hRS retuni- returned the ball with firs place! were Mr, anti M":
: . president dressed cheerleaders ei after a visit! In RI'Dmttn n 23: yard run to mldfleK
as to
11 busy I Fall, then let mo every one to '!Ill el)1 the nwtirvt. Alec Broktis an;' Mr and: Mr
of a number of their possessions In last year's uniforms.The remind you It Is only 93 days! Senator! George Smnthers \\ \ hfrdau-jhter-hi-law. Mrs. hare h" {umb'>ed. NI"I\ berry Whitney Wym..nith. a n1

Both, Mr (ann: Ml1' boys were: Mike Murrhee.Ronnie left until Sherry Gan,, who had under- recovered.As .
Christinas, and If also pent ft It-er and H I : It'sThc Thatcher are architects the Homer. Ernie Williams you put the ,time thought ami end answer sheet on the new gone !surgyGtiest the third quarter.' ws--' place were Mr. and Mrs R '()

latter hiving worked with nicky Float and Chester Unit "touch of you" Into mak. I HealthMedicare: Program. < of Mr. and Mr. RM. ending the In1l3ns"ug: In an' Olson and Mr. and Mrs. O R

c American Way To "House. Beautiful" magazine Olenn. Mr. White, our ns- ing your gifts for the true Anyone desiring to rersonillvcontact Ca"'on last week Included held Newberry at the one yar Stamen,'with net. scores of 31
her litest their' gr ncl3augh r and family '
contribution being\ assistant principal and assistant spirit of the npnaon" ', then you I ( a district office may line. Final wlrmers will be an
rratuml article Florlcto: know it Is later Mr. ami Mrs. [JOllY I&* As the fourth
on a Couch Klrtly! Introduced: than you do io, bv writing to John W | quarter com I flounced tb the end of the twatournamen
SUCCESS home In one of. last think! I Weddles ar i son, Shawn, of
year's themselves to the audience by fipann. Jr.. P. O Drawer 8.. i i (continued on next 'agei .'
editions skipping (tally on to the field A (Continued on next nagt)
very good place for you 411 S. W. Second Ave. Oaines-! I
MaJ) PtHrlcli Whltimre nnd also dressed!! In cheerleading: to start -V and It I 101 nut too I villa Fla. 33C01

:Mist Jean Wilt!more have recently outfit The real cheeileaii:!' lute- Is with the Community I I'

KEYSTONE STATE BANK concluded/ vIMts with dressed In their new uniform! Cruft Classes. offered 1 to all In- A.RPSSUI'SIF.NTI'C Executive Hoard ::Meetlni' In KEYSTONE HEiGHTS-MELROSE[

their niolh-r. MI's Il.ille Whit- gave: two chee-rs. Then all of trroxted person*. The classes:
{ building ,
\ on Sept
more at hrr hom: on Keystone the other cheerlenrteri did are hold at the Faith Presby I,
p.Member F.D.I.C. Keystone' Heights, Fin. Lake. MiJ Whitmore. thelii, cheer, "two bits." terian Church each and tvvry 30 at 2:00: o'clock for the purpose

who is stationed at Scott Air Coach Klrtly Introduced I Thursday. afternoon Several I, ot planning for the all BUSINESS DIRECTORY
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Important meeting on October
Force Base with the USAF. everyone on the football: team Indian Beach rt'lIlole/t"/ attvmlnl

J CommunIty" stayed\ for a week ''prior) to returning and then to ton( It 1111. some theae. classes' "ktst year uni'r l'l 14. I

to the base. Miss of the girls'' and I teachers came I' the nupiTvUilon of \ Lloyd Gardner. Vice J>1'eo'I-1

r (ConMniHMl ('C wpxt iage> 1 out (IroBHixl nit. football' _n .n1tiv_,__ ._._fxJnnle _._, nniTable nnd most ('ul> '*'ent Area IV and District Re.J Jt APPLIANCES AUTO( It...:p,"ItGoetzman 1N1THSFRY:

I then Introduced David Mr.. John tlrennan. If then t preventatlve: for Fiorina.. AAIU
I Is u handicraft that litteresti I Chapters of Lsrgo. culled JkTnt.
BEST BUYS BY c c MOTORS j' Honner.. who our list ywir's President you! most likely this. very acroinpHnlmd -. Helen Euan List week and T V Service Center Bros. NurseryIllw
: : INC i Rive on 100. "' ''"hnm..2:1:
I l\dy ran help' you I the Invitation to GarageREPAIR
how he
mlsfici 1 Keystone hUgh Mllea SR
| of SUrh
I I learn the technique Mrs. Ilren-, attend: the October 14 Civerad: j, J. R. Till: rr..prlphrA.tJaorbed

I BOY, WMAT 8w4ttt.loKvaUP4NSN' | -: BABY, UtT'S BOLL, TTvdLI. School. He In turn, IntroducedMiss nan ,Is willing to hold CM| .,i Dish Luncheon. He will" .r- WORK Nursery. tock Thou' ..
,>OU CAMC TO TMC Gertrude Hcu-ser who rotOl'O'Phllco' .
I CHARIOT., I Ln4Is: ewPslI's PM0N) RI&HT PLACE > r rMSSi In any handicraft anyone I la I range to present! thi Chapter'sI | and of Plant Fruit
4 Div our 'pilnclpal for &u_ .nJ Service Trees to ehooiw .
COULD AROUND miny "f't\1'II. Interested. In. The 'I Chirter I MOTOR from. NicSha
( adult class I and to{ Install the of- BOOT PAINTINO
) C&C Motors
Llltt THIS FOB. A Mr.
WLCCLcT Benson
ended the
asacm- meets ut 1::!tt<> ami. tins floe children Mr Gardner and David t Rerslr. On All :Make* PORTARLF.LOINO:
Ant I Iup bly by telling everyone to: be !at St Landscape PUnts. 'I"I"
$ EAT ponnarket Anther for their classes, at 3:3O: I Jeffreys, Assistant Director of A,
I j ( 'the football game: because" "the Or if you care to, the Field ) TV R.\UIO STEREO: .\1I.AW a Mowers-. board plant nyUm -
skip Oporutlons.
wow.L Waahll1l 11on. I
...... I I COULD 10 ?1413 EAT DalvL-IN fr. ? .. cz more pep the more points." first. meeting of this clans, and n C. were boUi Profe,."lonal'< 'f r()|j(>R TV Motors. Let .. Camelia.!! A asal**.
__ All us do .
week Ions the books your huidecipbirPh.
year I
( a monthly meeting of Panelists 6t the Miami\ Ctonfffrence. Work Ou"1'ILnt.-TV Rentals Hwy 21 Keystone Heights '. .. .
; I ; nnd the han-lbooks 8At.M6.Nip. andrl.
.... .a rgfivaxi5ea:2tSi3S1a.rr sold. were being the lloniemukcrs of Americaformerly There are 437: chap1ConUr I heyatone heights, n3- (fL'\l' Next to Drive-In Theatre
The cheerlralers: mnde ,
blue I ( Homo IVmomHratloiil. I >iix1 on next page ,.......* nS-3 tit, r, .KSTATB
$ and white, ribbons sayIng I. It will l h. held! a\ 2 p. I. Nilen, Sun. 473-313
will-Mis- things, sUt'1as: "Oo m. at t the club .
: ; I hotv In Mel- I.KiPl: 14)T$
Fight Win" I" [' rono. This club Is hoping to MURRHEEInsurance I Dryer Special .ttES4: TO tOO rr. BEACh

The student council has decided | I increase Its membership n> we AUTO SERVICE

= \ that the senior can go Invite all interested 1 prrsoint Agency I ,4 Cycles only $129 OOOII MMJM TERMS fp

to the front r>f the lunch line. on frnllan"' liuurh to attend.! General Insurance .WT,5.

-1 I art', Mr Benson 'hall stated Plan to make both meetings HENDERSON'SService ,S.E.McKay,, Realtor
will be
that only the High School students you very glad you FIRF C.\SI'? \I.TV M\- i : Center KEYSTONE HEIGHTS:
can no to the School did! Two good places to meet RINK t"TOOS1J. I II Pt.on. 4T3-4>1HKSTAURANTS '
'dunces, short lots of good people and learn \APPLIANCES: Standard Oil Products ,
Skirts "In" .
are ,
K.VOItn" Haig-lits.. ..T3I -.''** (With !MerslrelI '
many new things! I ROAD LRV1C1.Jnh.nson :
BUT hip huggers are "In", bell-bot- I I $ :
tern I are "In" dome rlnvs are In talking/ to I H. W. Carpenter I I Oittbrxrd _
Wheeler Discount
"In*' but on Monday I learned that 5145. A SSrYICP1uMng .
: We Can Show You How To Save graders are seventh"OUT"I 11 and I eighth Mrs. Carpenter had surgery WANTEDTO APPLIANCE; STOKE Tackle. IluntiagE.qutrsnentflnatTrnJfrrs Holiday

: Money This year Mr. Benson! Isn't on Friday" of last w rk. SheIK BUY Restaurant

allowing seventh and eighth In Room :.170 St. Vincent'sHospital Highway 21 Between rurt OfLKEROSFZInterse'ctkas .'.....', New OeeesJilpitI
Mel lrme and Keystone
In Jacksonville Mr. Hwy
graders to attend school dances PH. I" "\..1IftlOr..CE rtKrnE'.
only ninth through Carpenter says she Is doing Saw Timber HelgMs Ffn Fond Mod.,n.ter) rrtr..t'
twelfth very well and is up and a- o OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY

attend grades, Mr.will be allowedto rotund a little bit in her room. C SUPPLIESa : J HKAITTY! : !SHOP Fun Ufcravr* V.aacbeef. .

ON THE SPOT BANK FINANCING Benson Rave We wll.h" speedy recoveryand and a l. Carl*-ItoJU"er P'w..

___-.1 _..elsp.TS- '?" 4"f"1"1' .. ........_...... :-_,-._ some Ills notions.very' (rood rra..ooNi for hope" abet will be home ..., SUPERIORBUTEE *,- >1g rtrra .II... Sill Mimisit
First/ he- stated rillNTINC(:
HT--: soon as I Ie planned.' nrr.K:
"There Isn't PulpwoodIMMKniATKLY
enough room inonl' M..... dna: Klnrhen visited SHOP 1 Block. :North' of Red Light

emaIl: cnfeterl* to "?'lit t Mlt-anopy with Her broth..rII"w S O.... I.TBradford: TIff miE :'fDLT 51401'Open KETSTO.VE:' HEIGHT

C&C MOTORS everyone! In our >,iink>r and and sister Mr anti, Mrs.C. : i : .: .

::. senior high school ft'" hot ai>Jti B. Emerson over the week.lContinuw'd from 9 Till :5Mlv .rSED( CARSHanks !
SUPER _ffy, and second: he said I flays a Week
I On N xi PteI< T1MLOG Inc. County
'many parents don't want Used Cars
IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT WE'LL GET ITIi their children !f7th and 8th After :S By Appointment Only

'tjV -T1-gI1_ ..JfOT BANK FINANCINGIONI grades) to :nttend. but don't won't be school: lI nOrl'.t. 5 Mi. So. Stark" on :HOI I Telegraph s.-t.. Stltd'hb.erry, 0w1w1' and 3-T Shop

want to r
.' HIKIMTf. H* OAIMi$ Ull* "everyone t'Lot\ .Oiflg.Mr .* Scuttle Triomiv. Billy' SuaInklehkirprr Starka. I'h. 961-3101 I
Htwy 100. 8 mi.
: Soaua
Shop Phooe. 4T34.VTO
Contact I... II. Outlaw
Ii 473 493* 372-4MJ IIfj ( Bensmi! U<1 we may havedance t lll'hhlf' InklMwrer U.s.a. P-. 474t4 4 a. ". ,I'tr.
of .
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[Indians Lose I facilities. in the JUf\.hroom.1, ond birthday and hopes this at 8:00: p. m. NEWS NOTESFrom ;, Holt and the church officers berger vloUnlataiMvday 11'.n' Clint Ha-nlnV you
improvements on the new bill to Increase servicepersonnel's .
To Newberry football i It will be a business meeting/ sincerely (hope that a large atten,1 > School. 9:45: a. m. ''h. lilt-hard Rain-ion. In th
: field. monthly pay will \vltfi''! n..n..1 Cuurt unit )t .
pi'ojecta and the budget .
Unfulfilled ( Preceeding Page) lance wlll.ihow> their Interest Morning Worship 11 a. m. hereby aummnnaed. ird.rerl
of soon rains IKS Air
Area number
(From preceding page) present i to be voted on The Halloween and coopeiatlon by attending Sunday I Nun.ery and ra'|nlred tt, file your wrItS'
needs, he ai. Including a Force salary of 11 cents an t Carnival. which has been ters In the Unite., States now. I open both I tn annwer or dnrvnNoa, to 111

Prom menced the Indians were piano for tlvs auditorium; lectern hour! We owe a great deal I scheduled fcr October 30 will I and Mr Gardner lias had &nInquliy SundlYVor8l! hours. I nmplalnt nrric or lbs In C'lerk iinltl caitiin of th"In..l>.nvtylcd : :

Proceeding Pago) fighting' hard to move the ball i for meetings I presently: to these young men of ours-- also be discussed.The from Boca. Raton. I Service.wUl Court nt IIArl.. ,
would co their for I, be held In the Educational IM 'I'MH 4 IIK'I nunty, cm '.r hnror -
up field. They worked their using/ borrowed one) additional you Job Thu.t the message of AAltr IT lollirTill <>>
Whitmore left last week for faculty will!! als- be *Introduced ,
those ? I I BuildIng beginning Sundiv' : KII.M: iii .11 I>HMI. rill.Ol' ., the III day nf Oi'tohKi l 111111.!
New Brunswick. N. J. where I, way to the 18 yard line and Iiwil\J'S! needed and present. wages at this time. P. '1'. A. and its service to older people I I II' t"I."'U'I 1MI, and In awrya copy thereof'
fumbled. Newberry recovered ones repaired: resurfacing of Jim Gill was down from 1 is leaching outward.OMMUNlf'i Oct. 3, at 11 o'clock Dr. Holt Iii.. ill \!>..>I>HI> t'ol''r'W., upon Yawn A Show 1.lalllr.s
she assumes! her new duties as i Jacksonville over ''the weekendto yearbooks will! aim be distributed. reminded the church people 1% i'll '''''.111' ('.tMit >o. attorney, whna ad.I,. ;,. ?
assistant director of pharmacy the ball and went on to score! outdoor bisketbaU 'court and I ; Everyone is urged l to (' : Cllt'KfllThe I : : .. Hnnth Walnut Street, Mtu'K" i

in the College at in six plays.Newberry. I repair of blackboards: ; grass on check on their lake proper. attend. Church Women held the that the seating capacity Ism'l"e 11.1\:1... I'""lIn.I Smith Plorldl. on nr bfor i\
of Pharmacy .
the ty. Mr. Gill says Mrs. Claire ; \ than adequate for the .I'Ulnlirr. : by thH .nl.I..p
Rutgers University. On her again convened playgrounds! ; new lunch- I Confalone-WalnwrUht first OenerAl Meeting. on Sept VII.Mm Florida, and the rule I I
room and he have been In the hospital I worshippers The Trustee, .. .. I full, In. uI frl' m. i
making the sooie 28-0. equipment including Mrs. 13 In the educational bulkllux.Mrs. I' Smith. Prn..dl. I you >.J
trip north. she visitsd friendsat SusieVlllnll''lh\ !; ve-
walk-in freezer but both are better we I : Stewards and Church Women I U, f.nlnt.54)S'ui dorre. 1'nnreann wllr heentitrrd
the University of South Keystonestatistics: : additional Improvement crntly became the wife of Nettle stltchbei first .. aSainsi you for Ih, i'm.
are happy to report. The doctor I ate' all WOI kinK U> 'thor to 11. 11 ir
Carolina in Columbia. andiher 'j i Stefan Brokas. fullback. 40 of football field! Including has told Mrs. Gill some Theodore Coitfalone' In a .small Vice President.* j pax-senUu;< : aalufci'iesUiiig make the auditorium Into a I 1 IN TIIR NAMH iii'. TltK KTATK lief domuntlrd notice, .In" lie) ,0mtJ:putt Itch 11t.Thl. .
j yar's in 10 carries. I electric Scoreboard! A choir.led I .1 IV KUIII'I' it.i I.
sister and husband. Mr. I Gary lake living will definitely help wedding ceremony at the )rOi&um. sanctuary. during the cvmolIshtnti TO .' nnr earn Wick fourT(4( >
Its&ts I
Cooper.. halfback. 37 in that Boosters! Club is attempting Mrs. Axel Malmaren :.0'"lh I. laos oliaiclltlv weekll In til. frfjld'fnril ,
yards by ,
and Mrs. J. Robert Parkinson.ani her eo v>e nope to be seeing hcmei of her parents, Mr. and ; of the old cluitvh! .mil 2.M'O..n' hlY'tii t'ounty Telegraph
10. Danny Homer halfback to obtain. goalposts and I e eral' numbers. Mrs. are hvr.'by notiriiNl thai ._
gave >
their children, of Anna- of folks. Mrs. Oeorse Alderm.iru in
more these .
; the buiktlrw> of the new.OKS a In "PIIIIV.| | hi Which WItness my huntS *
5 yards In 1. Improvements to bleachers and Key ton' Heights.' Jack HabtMstroll accompaniedat ,"I Ih. .. anld Court at n.\th"
polls Md. 1 "Red" Wilbur Neal has been : CII.UTF.K.: 279 n> .0.h!I. Mrs. Donald MOI"iIUand Passing six attempts with gate; completion( ; of baseball trying to catch up on his,, Roy Chaateen Justice of the piano the choristers: Mrs. I < ".1.1". I..'... ii t..I nvHlnitt I &Kmdfonl I'oiuily. P'I"r"l.,hlI "

three children, havtj just returned one 20 yard completion. and track field: additional i 1 morning fishing lately. Mrs.' Pearl! performed' the ceremony. John Bird Mrs. GeoRge Col- ,, Worthy Matron Eilythtj'Nicholson ,I in VII.I tit b*)t bov.".1.1.."I'Hiillnv".1!, I' Smith and I U: ""y.of,.,Nf>|'::'ltrO': ["t
Tackle*.- Stefan Brokas 9. physical education' equipment i gln. Mi's. E. F. AlLsiioitse. Mrs. and Worthy I'll troll. i Miiwc. it lid .PI or the .'1. ,&
h-rfne from a months I Neal says he got 4 nice baa The only attendants 1 you tuftt NiiiiiiuonMt* !1. 1.,1 tlurt.
I. '
Fl l l lItv
1 J. Asilo Wllltnmn will | onlnrr.1! and. furl ( 1,1.01 y .
such tumbling preside rMUtril to rilnyour
vlrlt with tier parents. Dr. and Gary Cuoper 7. Johnny Moon as mats and{ion Monday morning and has I were Mr. and Mrs Alderman William Beam. Sr. and Mrs.\ I M-lttvn nn "| i>,r at the first Fall .
).(la. C. N. Booher. of New 7. Mike Marie 6. I trampoline; additional air conditioners i; spotted! one "ole granddaddy" Close friends and relatives! at Maisholl Gallup. Mrs. Alb III Chapter nn'ctUtrf I Ih' ..."1.1.'.. In amid cam...' j < of ibm Circuit, L'pu,1
: more fastgrowingtrees on oct. 5. The MelroNO in tI,.* offhi* nf I thi< unl rNlirni' l f i YAWM A KM AW J
the aerv-
that he is to make Holt led .
going an tended.
Castle. Pa. During aielr visit. i I I II Masons will \bo honored I'lKrk i.f ,i alI, Conn nt HtiirknKloililit Its Mntilli \\alnilt Ilrf'e
they took aide U ipa to Niagara Melrose Wins plantej! around campus; |I I extra effort to catch. The big The couple; resides< at foilDevons ices. Mrs Roy Bridges! introduced by the I, i>n "I I..Cr, the I mth Htarke, riorlilaAtiorneya

1".118.. N. Y. an:! Conneaut', new science laboratory; permanent base has torn up ..Rf'<\'." reel I Just. out rle ncntcn. by way of recording chapter following the regular ,1,1..r* iI.'iI'r l "I'lH'i' .nl tnrt > -I' ID-for* &'lllnlf .
i ooiv I ,
business of oti *
Lake Report in Pennsylvania. I Over Taylor marker showing name and broken his line several where ,he is a Sergeant in the I I the fine eospe/l singing voice ot the chapter MMVesta V Knlitht 1 l'hlncHr'I.rn.y Ih..r I "

Sharon told of the bays being i i I of school; new flagpole: : repair 1 i, times, but he does not Intend I Army. Ray Vauiih. In his Introduction Alkeii Mrs Velmn MI.n-1 uhon. mllr. l I. I t I l rMwiK '

chosen to participate in a'i: (IFrom Preced ig Pagelatantly of walks. : and transportation to be outdone yet. I The bride was formerly a to. the wonts "I'm a chill! men and Mrs. PhyllIs: I It., riHP I".rk., MMllI ."llrtl"1.,.,.,If.. you*M tall n" Nlto "I.! HOUSEHOLDPESTS
swim fashion rhow combination to (games for cheerleaders. I We Millers made a short resident of Melrone and At... of the King," he expl.tlne.1that & will be hoatesNot'' for the 110<'11\1 I do.. M il.,.*. i.. ...nt....

hampered penalties j Benson!' remarked: that some trip to St. Marys! Ga. -to visit. Methodist hour and refreshments that \11 l>.vnttirvil HicwInNl' yoi f"r| .
the of
event which took place which almost. cost. them the ', tended: Melroae Ht h School.Melro'se he was son a Ih. ri.ll I Id' tli'iniintliMl I In thiini'llnl .
I follow In the" Banquet 1U11 .
of Glenn
these needs will be Witt lie .
takenrare on Sunday. I
In New Castle durtivf their. llcmemuken, minister but hanot- : | V Dv..Wsi
game. Two touchdown: runs 01 in time by the school I and his wife. Audey. are ardent It l I. onl"'riiil tliill this liollfii.o -
visit and which thrilled the I Club MeetingThe << followed hU liter's te.tChlllQ.{ I V Us..iIhsIV
weie rule;) no good because of' ; I In ass l foul '
fishermen"' of this lake and hail ; : I .
boys no little bit. cystem. but that others are out Melrose> Homemakers and spent) :US years In the entertainment sv.k ly lmnif, or I tho Urn.I fordI'oiittly Usaltety
foul by the Mustangs. I of the scope of the sdmlnls- planned to spend! his vacation field nightclubs T.'.""|'I,. ,I .ul urn ty ,iti.1 II l lIflril V DI.l ..
of Keystone Area .
THANK YOUS Club will hold It, first tall .
The Taylor team took. the tratlon and must be fulfilled I' 1'the Schmltt. cottage but I new. .|irr luihllxhol I Inmil'l cca.
Mrs. Marguerite Orennan lead in meeting at. the Club If.HMenext and hotel' rooms. Finally iMUintv
the second half when 1 f bv supporters. of the local wag stopped\ ID days ago ,
he was converted aiid is demoting I
wishes her to ,
to Roblnwm's
appreciation Ronald Ol" \ ,
Ridgeway | Mtsrk.I"InrIha
drove 2 .r
i school.! severe heart attack. On our .I .1. 'onI.1 .
I the rest of hU, life to tItle' .
to her many friends and :yards to( score. The! pats to Bill< return we stopped off Ln Jacksonville S-'ptrmbcr 23. at I limn .tii'ptotnl.rr
} Digressing from the topic of' 2 evangelistic woik. HP lives at
acquaintances who sent cards Underhlll for the extra point. and visited" Mr. and p. mThere -lLi pUdrm.t C..1:
I need end achievement he' will Cape' Kennedy and was a recent ( ) .\, I
and remembrances to her durIng was complete to give the Wild- Mrs. and fern- be a vote on officers "/ .I..rl.* rturlivM
jiinmy KAgKiiie DURev J. I)
stated' that the greatest. house guest' of Mr. and | (M. of "lr..1 I'..1.11 nf llrntl-
her hospltallaatlon: from a cats the lead 13-12.: measure' who have been nominated nowm fir l ,' .
pastor: CvI'e- ..n"
broken arm In Rockford. Illinois The lead was short-lived of a school is the quality. ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Pi-rcy Bainbridge -' by th. <> nomInating com Mrs. Bridges. The biuiliirm of land orgnnUt. PI.hl." 41 10/7

while on a visit! here. however as Walter of Its personnel! anct: the academic of Jacksonville were mittee. the meeting' was to give membeis -
Sturdlvant Worship nervier : 81111< IIY. l TIIIn! "'iir I OIHIor
She has returned to Keystone I protn't'IS.oo achievements Anyone who Is Interested in a knowledge of the comiiitr .
gained 50 yards on a pws that with us a short while, Tu..- 11 a. m. 7:30: p. m. ItMimery Tilt! i.ioII: III Jl III Si. .'IIInir Fhon
and is convalescing at the put Melrose deep into Wildcat:! of Its teachers. and day of last week. Mr Baln Jolnliw the Hoinenuikers' Cub events and to urge them to "> KIOIIIIIV i% AM'>

home of M'$. Aughtry Vance. territory which en.fII'lth: a I pupils. lie spoke of hU greatest bridge came down to Ash with it Invited \to attend this meet- be preparing and making", openl.) Wednemtny 7:30: p. m. 1 run% < I..SI mi 'tiifiniii i'111 I'tHMI.I iniMrt>

with plans to return to her I touchdown by Butch Arwood.\ concern being the kind of education Jack .and cure enough n.hcr- Int:. i things for the various booths Sunday 8d\.i! | 9:4.1: : a mI .Alt. 9643965Florida

I the school gives to the' School New of the b :ainr Mrs.\ R A p 11..1 i I 111-lmrtl I Nit I uituun.
f home In a week:: or so. Although no one scored 1 In|'I man's lurk reigned. They fished I r I nursery openl 'Pralrklnu' Union lIsInt' III'.

SMALL WORLD the final quarter of the child and that complete ful- from early morning until Orders were taken lust weekj 1 Oaunt chairman of the hmch-\ 1 8:30: p. Inurwiy ownl| I ..v."lvnIU'1"

Borrowing a delightful idea was the most exciting of the. j flUment echn-atlon comes' noon then It rained them out.. for the 11)68) "VtUHtaiuc" an- ,, eon which will be rrv J: at I -.I".lIr> "..... ,. .. ,
\ | r nflitniiiiiiini
from your former correspond entire game. Fans acre on their' not onlY' from the school, but, That afternoon, Jerk. and Juan I nual. Many orders were taken. noon on the day of the Bijia< r St, Williams Pr. Thomas .....11 in i "'nni ."SIJ

( ent. Mary Sctiaeffer.: we planto feet a/f both teams fought. for 1 I also in the home and church. returned" an.l..m. no fish.. Tho.'IeIIho did not get' theirockr ]I has announced (that Mrs. I>tvlci Kelly pilrwt. In cdwrKe; Mrs j IN TIIW..I'U'I,1 NMM III UK llfr-rM' Pest

reinitiate these tidbits In victory. With only minute! left.| He decried the lack of interest / They fame In went to the in will have chance to j Nelson Is chairman of E.: A. Ijunm. wKunl I 11, yUHIlUA 1'11,'r.\TI I

your column. I in the. game the Wildcats of the children In physical 1 lake to swim- -did one cant do so at a }later' date I, tickets. The date a* pievloutilvrrpoitrd Maa..>A: Surwiiiy. 8 a. in TI K area'' .l 1..1.. ... Mnliiinn, Control

Mrs. Anna McCulloiwh. I drove deep and scored a touch- activities the number of children -, and came up with a nice baas! The staff for the "'Mustang". has been ohanirxl. : *" Tuewluy 7:4.: %o.. m, (Omfo.H-.. lirrnanlivllli 10. ( .n' Slrnot N.w .l.r.,'V 9r CHIMICAL CO.

while on her trip east waa doIng down. A penalty flat on the who nmoke. and lack I smrtrcly hope all of you has been choten( Sharon, Miller The new dnte Is Wedne.idny Mona InuncHilutnly prior& to I You, .r. lir.hv niilirivit, lltiit S

some sUhtneetng' in Washington play saved the Mustangs, and I, adequate respect and care for .read the nil article Gene I'" Editor: Jemv Lively Is Nov 1 17. all day. Further. de- Ma..l. I unit in .i>|iilly Cut tr dlviirtfn,, hit* '

when she heard a voiceefllnz the minutes wore with their t--dlt'l.! He viewed with I Matthews wrote for us about Editor. Olnny SlnunoiM. Rf'nlOC'j talk. will follow Mrs. R, N' Novena R.I\:) lt"iien 'a-
her Seems It was I I : alarm the "our world-wide! famous Helves Editor. and Sunderland veneial chairman
name. I neither' team moving the ball emphasis on specialization .. OnlhrleBuxIneiM Monday\ 7:30: p m.
of former hUih., I Our friend. Eileen I I. i welcome ideas and! auKgrotloivn" .
one her junior i, very far a result of pressures I Manager Mrs CUr- | \
he-rl!'I to Cheng. Sun would be grateful alit. she Unit Circle ladies -Intel itrmonlnailonalOufiuiiunlty Servlnjg Florida
school students from Outstanding lncrea
teaching day a in Mononvahela: mention?!! for Melrotte player not and et\tni, that frustration was to hear from any of you who are eo.pmi'ora.The will clJinite to the. never.ilbooths. Chin-ell -.- Or Since 1950
j I I : were I I wish to write tier or help as A C Idrtt, m lulu tor; Mrs
the Biich) Circle will act n*
undermining factor of Junior class ordered 1
PsThe"John Birds received, a Billy larry Price.Robervon.John Allen and solid citizenry.' This people who ;, Hhe organises. her.. Rehabilitation class lints l last> week Each I salesladies." at a booth. Dolli George Cunova' organist, I I'' goatkw, fH S".c.

surprise call from a former I 1 Taylor were CUrtis The>s for| appreciate the school he said, I.I Center which. will some student wKhlng to otvter a and toys and handerchlefs. arc' Sunday Hchoul 0.30;: a. m |I'' !

rtlenj* from Okinawa. Mba. | son and Dannie Crew Rlchard-. i are thane who work to help It.. day ,she hopesl be equivalent !I ring was teqtilrect l to make a I e rrtaUy'| lexired. fly giving Ioi1ttiti.j Wiit-alilp, I II I a m i .. ,
Foundation. It
to Polio
Janet, .Xiniry. mho U staff director Next week the and added that It U his desire our It) $!3 I 00 down payment, The balance '| thl-i .advanced notice folks I N\1I"I'r""' open both hours.
Melrone .
team will amass you what II .nllollidona.tkm / ItJ41 i Mrn. .
of the arm'" service plays at Bron on. i for the. Keystone School to be will (Jo for a crlpplrd. wUl be paid In the' spring i I may be busy making handwoikI : l coal (:iodwlnHcprcHrntiitlvM LL Cordially

dubs in Okinawa and who I I iI m'rl"" I articles.Circle. St. Anrw-'s Ilev W W I '

stopped by for a short. visit on PTA Members ity.Ktr. I am always eager to tell Tile Senior Class. h 1'1 |1.Io-kt"11! l I I, Mra. Thomas Nor- Worntall. vicar. ;. It. (J. 0111 i>e- Welcomes

her way to a general meetingof > : ()RTS GIVEN on. and ill out the dr-lun. for their gracluatlon 1 wood- !Mrs. J, A, WHllamaClialrman land organist 101.'I: I I-:. Cal Ht, t1'I

staff I director She and: t Hear Report II invitationsBoy will serve the. Mi-n'a ,p You and Your
It .
] wn reported by the 80 till next wnpk If you Morning Prayer nikj, "Sirnion. Stark
Mrs. Bird worked together | den p""I.1 !Seoul Dinner oti Sept 37 at 6 30, Family to Your
t that nen, \)(' don't know where. you're goIng :3iul STill l 4 th HuiKl.iyi,
during the Birds' 'atay on the (Cnnt from proceeding Page) $50 00 were mide from the what's the ? Melrone Buy Scout Troon That same morning tin ftxecutlve : 8:30: a in\ t liuirvry. open> ., I I'h. f. $1-5.121: New Horn*:
i log Hoard. of the ChurchWomen
L-Und. I summer card partlcliiated in I lh< North
i there!" werw listed 1 party with an I Holy Eucharist!: uiul eriuiin
CLUB: NEWS 1 never major additional Florida. CouncIl '1oln..vllleDI'Otrl..t will meet' at 9'30( a m.
deficiencies found by. the comI .iOO 00 being, earned in1 I lat all I 3rd Sundays II::30 A The State of Florida
lV v Hoout Swim Meetat Mrs Nettle Smith who Is
The Keystone Bridge Club I as the PTA share of the :
mlttee ptlor to that M I nursery upctil I Church
began/: Its fifteenth year of which existed In the local date fIsh fry Librarian Emma Kate i MELROSEKrom ''enturday the u o| P. swunmtitp"' pool charge of the. Nursery during I Holinol\ \ 30 A M "Holy Kitch.Ml I .It Our I),Mr. To Make You Feel Welcome Jind
f;>Hie 'Kolhhnmmcr Sunday School itn' churchservices : .
meeUrwr..t night at the Manrt"'d '
j school setup. Bemon. outlined reported oirierof t ht. a. m each. Buti-lav To Acquaint You With Your *
won first place In dl/lnn Is In rtii-.i of an asoliitant Clr
cotn.jrtUlnn. -
home audio-visual
of Mrs. Kyle McMurtry.Meeting equipment I
: taoh of them and the> action for ; I Kvenlnir: ITayw 7:30: !'. M.
i the < I'rervodlng Page a, there!\' are more children -
are planned' for every which! has been taken library a copying eah. Hiliwiay' PVC!: 0:30: ... M.each .
other Thursday night at. 8:00: I I. uoneqiMmt to on them I chine, for which. the ma-j Lake City their son. Rilph. Others cusnwt&tsa lnrlu<1l some bible' to; care for Sunday It 'OI are new In the area, a phone
receiving |
Lloyd .11 .. Starnei,
Haklwln. Hient nuMwbi.. >11. Mr Raymond
P. M.. with Mrs Fiemont Tol- tVffnw Education Act Hinds
reportNo and hla daughter. Daily offices of Morningaol rail will bring
you a prompt v
JJtUhof'noma.11. Volunteered to assist last Hun-
)"'- the next hasten* for the .-rmna. tum- Plans, will pay half the coat the of Pulalka.. al IK! their RU-ky evening; Prayer\ 8 00 A. .1
are Wheeler. Billy Joe :1 liy .Each: Circle lertiler U sxk-
ChanCe.Clifford .
group There are' five charter being formulated for one to be school mtem the !balance>> dainrhtem. Mrs. Oeorge" Thlu- M. and 5:00: P M front your Wai hoa-tewi. .I'l leA give
ed tii have 'Volunteer' for one
Yaibrourh. (
Mrs. Bill Me-wrvr. clinic an J Johnnv '
members who still attend the erected' thttt. chairman pen of East. PaUlka Mrs. JV
functions administrative year.Ho reported) that. iMnd-ahlx" rVa-d of ..IVlatka and Mrs I J Chumblee Sunday a year -"irrsbylerIas' her a calif She haa map and many

CtlL-Rm AND PRAYER offices suite of will be kept supplied by Huntley C L, harris of Welaka I Churrh New Sunday. HyU>rUn. Church
I --These have free
ciRnrp NEWS: : and In b en constructed Rf'
I St. Anne's church present' time.ShOrtage .are une at the his company Coach' XRho.- returned from their vaca- Srarborotirhi from the church" sanctuary.. It will also 1 >r, Mn. Carl Swisher, Hum from (oral bunlneiuieM.

den spoke of (tie opening gametomorrow Michiganand Student Center 111 ClnliiMvllIn, be Communlnn floods.. D- n...... ornajiUt.\ I ItleiiarU. Hdlllo.
and. Episcopal; Young Bl"hoo1)) of science equipment Lion in money Lake.

I men's group win .....WIM More than 1300000 nlxht a.aln tOreenviJle. Ohio i was speaker In Mie flumlayservice a, -- -.ttaad- ...- -! 1 _"'_A' .._ _......... 1_' _,_ .."____,___._._ __ .__ __.

t T,y. with Church School ,whe- worth has been ordered or received for which tickets Miss Carol Rothtiammer. : at Rllnm 'HupllitChurrh. I .!1>' ':' f i..
Mf'TIlb-n .
ire urged, "Ixi
I duled' at 9:30: A. M.. and KYC: to date are now
I at 8:30: P. M. Tonight 1 la choir j Library equipment needed The next. mtlna. will be Tulsa Ok la. last week returnrd < attend Church rtiirlrw thin
irld I ,perk while It .If without a BUSINESS DIRECTORY
on October :71. at .
I night with practice bf'clnnln'l improving. All but one I Item t'me' which to Little Ruck. Atk where Pastor

i at 7:00: P. M.. and I I ha. been taken care of that Ciunty School Superintendent ahe will atfnj. Little Rock | PrecbrtrrtonThflH ARE

)::4J P. M.. the Acolyte. Train- Jew p. Tyres will befeatured University. ,
beln a book tree' where the I t- Lza
arfl. of ; "' "
Dmoonn =
ppfucer The. I metAt : : 1
total -
*TMt Sexrtonor' new acolyte I library THpUv and Hells literary for the. meeting attvlance Mr and Mr William I
will begin. I paper backs to brOaden the 1 167. wa have returned from a nlaM. HAI.I'S: 4UUVln: ( : ( IS MAW8 '
AUTO !MI.f A HfnVHtTO: : : 'I
three week vacation In
St. Williams resding 1011-1 :
I The annual i eKperl nre cf the children. There ..m.... a Me.niinii"

: Forty Hours Devotion will talr I Thla. In pan h*, been aourt. Tenrufnee. and A. & J. Saw
'I Mrrtlrwi. \ the church Th..... Streit'. Bicycle Shop
10'-.. W H. Allen. Mm. V Y j Motor J Inc o I Inc.
place Sunday at. the 1:30: A taken care of by the "book I! nUht at 8:00: p tn.7tie nep Ican,
fair- INDIAN V erawl.,. snd Mr P E, Wit & Mower Co. IfONDA MOTOMCTCI.KH
M.. M. with the opminff of whk-Ji U heM during the BEACH !' regular monthly Pelkiw .
Forty. the school I and l ldrvn son spent Thursday In Jack- TKIL'Mril 'mr"rl.r Car Hr.ralliit| Teaaa lUeelateMobnrryclmt
Hours at 7:30ewntnv : yrsr. at which: rhil "'' ilp Dinner will he heldPrlday JIM A n<1rin. Mffr.llnmrllle .

devotion with the Pro- t'Alordrr readme mat IT' aonvtile. t\ evmlnv/at' 1:30: () p mat YIATS ".IC.".."'.N IU.NZ: Chain I Saws P..U-J A-Z.."

f-iilon of Bie Md Sacrament: j from a .InpUy This ia uruall (From Prvewllng ......) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence the church, Mn, Aubrey IIIIJ.MAN HONnKAVI M.FA.ftnqy.b HAZER: A -flaiee. Sn.
tfl.0We HtnVIC/
on Monday at 9::00 A M. with done In conjunction s Ith a |r' Bampimn of Ml Don spent" Ih..nnl ter and Mrs ......M'utarU..U Itrpnlr At I'urte .. IUWIN ncn.
end FVIna was Ihore and hlp-. 'last werlu-nd with Mr and Rp..*ill laBA1XH r. PTA ,
Simple Exposition: of the, meeting I I I I: I are co-clialrmrn of K nrl
I Btraned Sacrament at 6:15EvenJnrr : Limited music offeringThis I slater who wa.. .,iff.r.j -. Mra. W If. AKnv the provrsm.I o* HE3tVICKFactory 115 M B. Ht. (lalnwvllleT A **>.lr* lS W. Vi' +rnHr A".
''I Maw and Novena has been corrected with I j I ing Hhe received from, a boldly .ini : Mta. Knud Lykke Baitlund. I Methodist. I I Trained Mrcbanlre1M 2031 N r. lllv.1' Gainesville _... 555.774))

errl on Tuesday at 8 00 A. M the employment of a full-time in a full and children. Christian and I' ("FAN VMPD CARl .Tt-ltnt 1'.n. 32.311

I with Vhe Slmpi ExpoMUon: $ of music teacher ;, Th. Gnffls family enjoyed" ) Cartna. are visiting her par- I host The Metro M T f was I I N. MAIN _ _ _ Just Off nl .I'AINT. &( I.AS4 '
i to a MiA-dlxtrlct'
the Blejuetl crament... and at Limited home economics an all day outing on Saturday. i enta. Mr and Mrs Henderson'M meeting -
.7.41 .
I the 6:15 P. M. Solemn Owrin JII"OItnun-'I"hen, la now a new Thv went up tn tile "table". : Bell IIIMr |I! of About the 85 MYF l last l TurwUy :I ,\nn S.\, A: ('(';"i'KTK: : ,I'tUHLICTM Paint &
on tM Ht. John's young people Liddel
River werepresent
early Mn. .
art* Oil Allen
of Party Hours and ProcessIon& home eronomioi department: I soared ,; I I JUKI'of ; _ _
I and rntbbvd& moct l ,
of BlUMi j Sacrament, mtilch fulfill the. needs and th day from Meirooe hut. week I I I 4 Wheel l Drive ( TltAT ALL .* Co. .
I Th.y got fi| >r'.>kTmtly A orifcnm They. have moved to Pacific There. ws a 'binlnmi nwetlnr ry NAlI TOt

The Rtaht Reverend Mon- requirements listed. A ntr. blue W. Oro.-.. CaMf ., follower by gamin and refreshments IA ln. ;1 P dU.' Auto t Salvage I '' 'Krn. IIUUeC. .YANIZ. rAlS'rS
Sl. > Patrick No I Alit lilt HUM. Mlrrvre BUdln. flea,.
nor : i: Nolan of St. auditorium The newvymnavium joined. tttftn l late t In DM afternoon I Finest Bioriomy. I r-
I For the
of M'-
shoppers i I
'' Ae" 0' Tab Knrlaew, "b__
Paul in Jacksonville. will ad- will be .
I used but Edward
our luck must have MetroM Market will! boo closed" Churches represented were aad. .ni We fly. Wrrrkni Cafe Al Building
mrnt'Wor the Sacrament of take. care of thta need' run out The men and .... Chief land. : Wln4 we Awning .
'' Wesley
" Confirmation on October 1. at Benaon stated that there was j!, stsywl. on unit ftrlmpwd ,at I i I and WfOdnunlJ1 Robtnaont Omrery lOG p.will m of aatnenvlUe.' CommimIty Ne berry-, (Ridgway Motor Co.T n.t I !It I I( I let: H Supply, Inc. frenl.. Wallpaper ..

I.OO: P. M tn 0t. ZMwardlPa alao a reoommemhtlon'! that. dark They got a pretty 'I I ckvw at 1:00: on Wf'dniPM1. I II Key all MAIM A la
fVh. Stark the faculty should be Increased | eatrh maybe 2 jrmDonn of'' I' Alwtnra. WfllUMn.. Bronsun 1111 Man ta n.fIJU, ,. H W Stetesrith "
I > JlraU. I
The initial meetbvr of St. from 11 to 1 U. which h* amM.h jh i .a 1 Ia.I..II.t th-
i Wlltem* Altar 4 been more than done by red thohlnl' but got only two .regular (;,tIcrN) : HlltltUF.' .
Society was Mf Irone monthly party at& the SrIr-.We Will I'l.ATING :
Duplicate Bridge Club B & G Motors Co.teistylia
: _ _ _
held at the home of Mrs. A. IDa .. trite years aculty total of 34 "skate"
nls Monday momlne;. withreffee teachers. PreviouiUy. the to may
a given by the croup, teachers had no planning per- In his mnther'a own word,. l.t place; )Ira )nory CotJpTand will meet at the home of Mr SAZJM.. t ? KJlVICa (....tu.I.UI .

for _11 the ladles of the parUh. tod durina' the rhool Jay, now young Mik Hall.J! U getting Mrs Ann Noble on Lake Wlrniott PtA\ leUt of Used Care CnmplHU' tine of Plating, Inc. *
R. P Vo
Whit' Elephant Shop work ndor Uvm trachea five I a "_. ,. dlvpoaitlon" pHcr: )Ira Roland Bryan*h. and 2nd Wednesday at J:JO p. m Mn Tale O Cadillac TTmrf* 441 N Peat Htock Yard SrYl)4PLANVSCPtV, Nlrkcl CMt

i era were honored at a Ira gtre 'I claaw a day. with one period while h.. U eonnnrd to his' Mrs R. N Uvtngiton Ir4 J I.. PrIg-.. Jr. .In program INI N. W. I lib. Ml. 411 _ _ rrKTii.i/.r.KM: CWtanlum. Mel Inis n.

I i lat Thrjrwiay afternoon by ; net asIde for this purpone j I east But then who wovkfn'tT \leader AN ladles ant welcome 'nt'llwp.$ A. Cu.' .; .
P .er: arid Mrs Mary Cook .
Mike. PIO"r 14 "I
)Irs. Phil Kromer. at br home Addittonal prohvts which U doing very well Insame We ft > ANTIQ.t(1E.tNlS $
I and Mrs Val Gin,... 4th A group of Folk Hlnversfrom nl r rUlh r Spreader.
\utnmatlf Transmission
In Meirose. hare been taken care' of In- I i but the family I. brflnnmg Mace; I In the Wesley FwintHtlori DODGE OAKT _ 224 r/W tth A".. "".VtR. IIN.""". CONn
to wonder If ThEY
Keyaton Men's Prayer dude thenewty Installed interronununicattons :! T It keeps [ ... HaleThere at the UnlverMty. of Florida i 101".1 T..C.U. PHONK 17 t.-t47l Industrial Hard Cr.1"I1. .
Oroxra vrryon '' IS34 Nr tnd A.
"Thf mr Un tonrlht syMem. which I protkVd .
to him will be a bake _I. entertainment City AutomaticTran 'I
hopping tuff iPftt..naJn.s pie
win be held m the horn of J ronnerts the office and each for tie M Y F st their. ..I't ,kmtl. O". mss.4uIa .
but far )fIll. Saturday
as "h*. bm ; morriirrt st 9.00 a
H. McXachern. on Lakert-w- chumoom. with an additional a vary gnoil patient m. vpotwored by the Par* .n- ruler weekly meeting' Surr.1'1'I.1: Poole-Gable! Motor muion Inc. 'f.ADIKS WKAItCherry': TYI'KWKITKKSHancock' : :

Drive Leading the worship outlet placed for ilMtaUaUonj'I' Mra. Chuck" I..,.... has been see CommIt* of the Metro night in th* RduratbinalBtilMIng II, m. i:. It Av. fl.IneaiiI.P1l1li'55. '
rrrlce win be Lramon Ward. In the < a' '
new gymnasium at
on her sew Job In UM nwKfmr Methodist. Chureh kn front 01' There was a )lunrtion 17I-4K1
tar preM-hrr of the Baptist total cwt of 13100 00 Thia In- E.ehang, OEic
'f Coffee Shop In Ga aum- the J"'oeCAIk'e"' This bake f and each M. Y F member I.a A *
ClunHi.' AU bell In the community elude* t__, Intercom. AM- .vtlto for the p... two w_k.. < sale is for the purpwe of pur- brought his Own sandwich plus Tropical I Pontiac All MakM andTKI'CKa Jt..t FfUTtI.;

are invited to participate r>f radio and tumtsble fo Pat M y. U k< a b CARS On."me'. "'o Fa riU>na<>b I fbn d

Uwe-tv ed reroni" Also. eomptrtwl and .*. I 101 liking her. parsonage. Inc. Dvannn t r A.. Poe Ladlce n... .
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to the landwapln; pro- sew surroanotng wry murh.tin rtMerling ( .

TIn: RUilfT POLVT fur ta.l jvet Mirfarln of the parkin*Ia | reports a 1_. that their KK.irr POINT r.fn lhe TRUCK OMC CEN'IU I WORK flUAR4STZYD-. PRt"'rI'"O.T! All Cal &*
There will :
way fmm writ'-. (Cam lat sad te. In front of the officebijiMisig. ..... Chuck ia still In the bo a mectlr.* of i iU t way ; wrtl. ('- In sad, r 0 N T i A ). \ rtN"ITYt AA'.D.MIVc. RDA

-a.-r. ,._r f........ F.-rr.a. removal and repair. country and. to e ParenA-TeactirTa' : AnncWtion eel.syese ."''Tr a.- ( KVWIKT: PLAN SAVE Tn.r.\ *.'.0 n

BKOOKCKtrH. 1_'." .... Tr.....- of the bicycle) rack painting a Mt.r nom., .h. tvfto Ituw b* ) In the Metros |Uh listIng 1laJIa 7. ir- n J W *lh AT* 01".111 IO" halts A'ES4MIEIS: ....n.. llh! us .
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ivvvvyvyy.vyvvyvvv, 'the _hoot term waa! held] ponding secretary, Mrs. Frances Invited to ILltend.ENGAGEMENT. :Mrs Jnmes Waters and film V to Buddy Osborne at the horn e I partlcipfttlnw In a preparation p' Tom lfevers. and children; her brother-in-law and Bister

Thursday night et .the MumleAgnea I ) Snpp; treasurer, J. W. lly of Lawtey. of the brldo's mother. Mn\ I. study for the coming church recently. Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdln.
MAX VIL LE1 I Jones. Elementary: Ruin; chairman health and welfare Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bans Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlg'glnibotham .'. Wilkinson Is upending, the raiminrtor H- I yenr. with meetln' lilt Uic'r' Mr and Mrs. J. W. Starlingand recently.Mr. .
school. A joint meeting wns. Mrs. Ida Higginbotham; of Obrien, Fla. announce the and grandchildren, of the week with he'' church an Monday Anti Wt'<1- children visited. her parent and Mrs. A. A. Andrews ;
held for both the Baldwin Jr.- publicity, Mrs. Lerllna Grace: ; engagement and approaching Fatly, Wayne and David 1 English mother, while Mr. Wllklnsm. n i nesday evenings this week and I a, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde of Gainesville visited her parents :
By Mn. A. C. SUde Sr. High School and the Elementary : membership Mrs. Frances marriage of their daughter, visited Saturday afternoon has returned to l'RnllrnlClt)". next. Odom, of Bronford recently. Mr. and Mrs. :Math Wa>-
ohool. Guest speaker Evans. Dollle, to Freddie Eugene/ In Doctors Inlet wIJi I We were glnd to see Vetn ai Plans are being made for a Airs. Debbie Hall visited her din, Sunday.
Phone 289-4491 for the evening was/ Gene An Informal reception for Grlffla, son of Mr. aril Mrs. Mrs. Hessle Adams. Royston out of the hosplta' i I fall revlvnll at Hampton IJ.ip- daughter, Mrs. Doris Adkln-
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4BIRTIIDtY Stokes, member 'of the school] teachers, lunch room w .irkern, Wayne Griffis, of Maxville.: Mrs. Ray Pellum and fam-V and back in Sunday Sena ,!I.JIll' I. List Church. Oct. 31 thixuah) *r>n. end lion, Claude Hall, of I IS1vllnnnh. -
PARTYMr. refreshments were served. of both the schools was held Saturday, Sept. 25. dinner guest of Mrs.< F,' head and family' of Muxvtl'!: : .<01 Kntoht of Green Cove Springs", Irene Ratliff visited The family of Mrs. Bessie
and Mrs. Lonnie Harris Officers for the term at the Friday night, Sept. 10 at 6:1: ? A church social will be held B. Coleman and son. visited. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy a.* evangelist. her mother, Mrs. Minnie Cren- Mills Underwood! express their
entertained at their home Sat- Mamie, Agnes Jones Elemen- p.m. In the high ochool gym Saturday night at ''the Max- Padgett Sunday nfternoon j -----------I i shnw. of Gainesville Sunday. sincere appreciation for this
urday night, Sept. 11 with a 'the Grace ville church. Cake and .y'vvyvyvvyvvyvyvv'y1'CLAY Mrs. Lillian Futch vlsltei, ._ Mr and Mrs. Leon Klllnirton consideration:!
tary school are President, given by ; Baptist Baptist .----.--.-.-.Y-YY-T-- sympathy and
birthday party honoring: their Mrs. Sally Manning. 1st vice church First Methodist, and Ice cream will be served. A I her mother. Mrs. Lottie Pnd of Starke visited her parnts. extended them In their ;recent
son Daniel!, on his 14th birth president ,Mrs. Mamie Jo the First Baptist Churches of' barbecue will be held Friday HILL gett, of Marietta! last Sundiy Mr and Mrs George Rivers, loss of a loved one. The beau.-

day.Games Douglas] ; 2rd 'vice president, Baldwin. night In Starke at the home I John Wilkinson Jr.. a member t. GRAHAM I In I Sunday.Mr. Uful floral offerings, food!,
were played and party Mrs. Rannle Taylor: 3rd vice The reception was held for' of Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Williams of the Orange Park Hlgt and Mrs. Jack Lefeversand and other kindnesses: were especially -
refreshments served to the president, Hugh Rowe; Secre- parents to show their appre. given the young ladles Dy !Mrs. Howard' Padgett School football team, scored i i I Mn. \V. E. Starling daughters of Indiana appreciated. Louise!
13 guests present for the occasion. tary, Mrs. Annie Lou Brad-V ciation to both schools. I class and members of the! Phone 289-4132 I touchdown for his team Frl ed his brother and family vlslt-1 Hogan. Bill Underwood.
dock; treasurer, Mrs. Vernall Enrollment at the elementary Maxville Baptist church. day night In the game playe a rhnno 483-2371 nnd Mrs. Tom Lefevers ,last

SCHOOL NEWS Rowland; historian, Mrs. James school la 341 and 385 are BRIDAL SHOWER LA.................... against P. K. Yong high scht oof I week. .
The Baldwin Indiana openedthe Coleman; parliamentarian, enrolled at the. high school. Mrs. Bootsle Cannon entertained Gainesville at the Orangi .AA..A..A.. AAAA.A. :Mr. and Mm. Forest Reynolds Plastic Notebook $Z.SO at thtTtLEGRlPH I
1965-66 season Friday Theo Taylor. The committee Twelve teachers and one librarian at her home Frldiv STORK SHOWKItAirs. ; I Park ball park. Mrs. Alice Robinson and of) Jacksonville visited
night with a game in Hast chairmen are: hospitality, Mrs. are on duty while at night with a bridal shower Francis Lang and Mil daughter M rs. Junior Oyal
ings. The Indians came home Alma Nolan; membership, Mrs. the high school( 21 teachers, a honoring a recent bride-elect, lie Wilkinson entertained at ,vyyvvvyvy.vyvvvyv1HAMPTON ant Connie rent Sunday with
with a winning score of 4-0. Areta flu Is, and publicity, Mrs. guidance counselor, and a deanof Miss Dollie Bass. the home of Grace Lang last her nephew. Fred White, of
The first home game of the Sally Daniels. I girls are employed. During the evening, game Friday night with a stork Gainesville.Mr. DO YOUR SHRUBS A FAVOR
season will :.tie held Friday Hostesses for the occasion) were played and prizes awarded shower honoring Mrs. Carli and Mrs. Albert Sparksand
night Sept. 24, with D & B Baldwin High School officersare I were (Mrs. Ira Adams, chair-VV .to Miss Sharen GrlflU and "Manning. children, Mr. and Mrs. DURING) : TilE NEXT 6 WEEKS
of St. .Au stlne. Also] October president, Bryant Brad- .man, Mrs. Karl Braddock, Shirley Jerkin. The door prize Games were pluyed and prlz By Mr!*!. II. E. Hill Basil Duvitt and children, Mrs. HAVE YOUR SIIKLTHIiEKY
1, ..the Father dock; 1st vice president, (Ruv- Mrs. Lillian ea awarded in Zelma Johns, Phone 468-1160
Mrs. J. Rula Mrs. Pasco Four- was won by Spi- Zelmn Rhoden John Cable of
Lopez of Daytona Beach on mond Wilson; 2nd vice p""I- aker, Mrs. Clarence Weeks Edna Blackman. Louirfe Jonu-i. Gainesville and Mrs. Mattie
home grounds. Game time" vice dent, president Mrs. Nellie Don Boyd McLeod; 3rd; Mrs. Betty Jo Surrency, and vey.After the honored guest Norma Jean Manning. and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.IAAAAJPERSONALS 1 Davis spent Sunday in Cedar SPRAYED WITH' OILTo
starts at 8 p.m.' I Josephine Bell. Refreshments
Mrs. Lucille Baillie. opened her gifts,
The first PTA meeting 'of Katherine recording Williamson secretary,; corres-Mrs. School personnel were pre. of cake and punch were 1t"l attending.were served to the 20 guests Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rho- Key.Mr.. and Mrs. Billy Hroiiffh- control scale insects!' white fly red spider and

sented In an. L-ahape receivIng ed to the 25 guests. Out. NK\V AHKIV.U.H: den. Jr. of Columbus Oa..,. ton end Mr. and Mrs. Richard other insects!'!, .shrubbery. should be ,sprayed during
line. with Rev. J. W. town guests were Shirley .
Ball. Crier and children of Gaines
were Sunday visitors at the
lIe- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cu"znrf'" << the next 6 weeks. Oil sprays now can mean healthy '
serving as master of cere. klna! and Lillian Splvcy of I home of hla brotherinlawand ,, ville and Gun Wynn of) Stark '
MAY I BUILD YOU A NEW HOME monies. Rev. Clarence Weeks Jacksonville. birth of Gainesville of a daughter.announce Denna the ulster, Mr. and Mrs. Law-. visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl] vigorous growing plants this spring. Oil
led in prayer. rEKSO.VAIS Broughton recently.Mrs. Emulsion is:, the most economical spray.

ON YOUR LOT r A LOT OF YOUR CHOICEr At the clone of the reeep- Mr. and Mrs. Bootsle Cannon a Marie Gainesville, born September' 13 In ton Mr.Youngblood Mrs. and Lynn family.Hall I Junior Dyal and Con-
tlon cake and family and Mr. and Mrs. hospital. Mrs. Florida
punch were
nie, and Mrs. Frank Thomas FREE INSPECTIONSCALL
Cuzzart will be remembered spent several days over last I
served to .the 200 at Dan Hilt-groves spent Sunday
weekend with of Hampton attended the wed.
their soninlawand
t. VI as the former Marie Carter of
tending. The two tables at Six Gun Territory.Mrs. PCSt
I ding of Miss Joann Hines of
Clay Hill. daughter, Mr. and Mrs
J'V Buford
covered with white cloths, decorated Higginbotham
with red and white was honored on her birthday Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Padgett Darnell Burlohart and family Hawthorne last Friday. night. 964-3965 Control
of"tMlddleburg# announce the at Pei rlne. They made the trip u .'lr. and Mrs. J. H. Wells of
floral Hrrangejnents. Presiding Sunday, Sept. 12 with a surprise
over the tables were Misses birthday dinner at her! birth of a daughter born In to attend the- funeral of Mr Starke Visited. their daughterand &: CIIKMICAI, ( 0.)

Cherle nelleld, Faye Wildes. home here. Enjoying the occasion Clay Memorial Hospital in Burlchurfs father, R. B. Burk-, granddaughter, Mrs. W. KStnrlmg :

Joy I Kvans, Cheryl Hlggln- with Mr. and Mrs. Higginbotham Green Cove Springs. Mrs. hart. On their trip.: Mr. Hall and Sheila recently -- -
Padgett la the former Gloria aid they new plenty of evidence They also visited l Mr. and Mrs
botham and Mr. and Mrs.
Minnie Ruls. were
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Vt V-VVVVVVV of J. W. Starling.
IIKCKNT; BIRTHS: James Waters and family,, Mr. Starling ) Clay Hill. of Hurricane Betsy1*I AMBULANCE SERVICE
BLOCK: \ .er BRICK Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson and Mrs. Elmer Higginbothamand Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Padgett damage to trees and crops,,' Johnny Lefevera of Jmkmvllle '

Sand 4 Bedrooms Separate- Dining Room announce the birth of a daughter Hon, and J. C. Higgin; of iMiddleburg announce the particularly south of Palm I ". visited his brother and<1 1lstarIn'lw. PHONE 961-2600
iVi and 2 Full Tile Baths Dryer & Washing MachJne born 'Sunday, Sept. 19 In botham and family all of Law- birth of a daughter born In Beach. ni !' Mr. and Mr

/Family Rooms (Paneled) Connection/ St. Vincent's. Hospital 1m/ Jack tey, Gene Rnglluh: and< children Clay Memorial Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. F O. Smith DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
.- Screen Porches (Optional) 1 & 2-Car Car Forte sonville. Maternal grandparents andMr.. and Mrs. E. D. Green Cove Springs. Mrs. 'and daughters. / aitji: Milton

Custom Kit in .]fl!- Garages (Optional. ]) are Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higglnbothnm and sons. Padgett III''the former Gloria Mosher left Friday for a vacation STARKEBUSIHESS DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Color of Your Choice Hlgglnbothum, also of Max- Friends will be Interested( to Starling of Clay Hill. trip to visit relatives In Starke. Fla.
ALL THIS FOR $74.31PAYMENTS vllle. know Rev. Reginald] Taylor I'T-\ k Massachusetts' Pennsylvania. I
Mr. and Mrs. Mai-ston WallsonnoUn'e pastor of the Long The first PTA meeting of UP TO ..._......_._._.._._ I k TotalFHA.YA the new school year wall heldIn ] j
( the birth of a son Church, has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Oorpte Williams I Hospital Reds, Wheel Chairs Crutches
or CONVENTIONAL FINANCING by I born Sunday, Sept. 19 In the his home after being Ci the school cafeteria! Tuesday and Charles Baker spent !
CHARTER MORTGAGE Bradford County Hospital at fined to St. Vincent's Hospital Sept. 14, at 7:30: p.m. Approximately several days over last weekend DIRECTORY
Staike. Maternal in Jacksonville.' 30 parents attended .
VETS You Can Still Use Your GI for : grandparents visiting relatives In northern
a !'are ::\11'. and Mrs. Harry Pad. Mra. Ella Carter of Clay I the meeting. Alabama.
Direct Home Loan Hill Several school trips were AUTO REPAIRS; ; Thal' Our Business
V gett 'of Maxvllle and paternal and Mr. and Mrs. MiliaI'dIIarrls Mrs. D. II. Crawford was I I i GLASS
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Visited Sunday afternoon planned, after which refreshments '
VAN DORAN BUILDERS INC. I chopping>! in Jacksonville one
Ernest Walla of In St. Vincent's were served J to those Earl's Garage
) Hosplta sir It's Glass' We Have It"
Call Collect Jacksonville FloridaLAWSON'S day last week! ty -
Uoth Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. with Mrs. Junior Carter. attending the meeting.PKICNON I .\f.' KINDS. OFAl'TO
Fled Peeple.t stationed In L *
Walls celebrated their birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Leon Butlerof \I.S ( CALL WRITE or VISIT
Norfolk. Va. with the ,, KKIIU WOIIK
I I July 6. Now their children MiddJeburg visited Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Winston Par- navy. All Work Guaranteed FOR ANY CLASS; NEED
was home on leave la.Mj weekend -
Avon Park
will celebrate the same night with Mr. and Mrs! / visited
RandolDh Croxbv. their son and daughterinlaw.Mr. with his mother, Mrs. I'hon" 9fl821HJ.1Mo. We Design Modern Store "Fronts!
birthday September 19. To r
MARKET E. ta Peeples. Here with him "'alnuit.. "Sturk
break the record this is the Mr. and;; Mrs. I D. B. Griffin anti Mrs. William Parrlsh \ : Just Mail UH A Pattern For
first child for Mrs. Johnson( and Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Jef- and family, over the weekend. was Terry La anskl of Wisconsin. AUTO) SERVICf; /
Cold Storage Grocery Store ant the ''Mrs. Leila Lang spent Sunday .
accord for Mrs. Walls. fers attended stock car races
The Walls In Jacksonville In Maxville) with her Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow SHEA'S'bGLASS
have another chile.. Saturday night. Gilbert S. k
daughter and family. Hicks of Orlani' were weekend Brown CO.
tl.l a daughter Sherry. Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Jefferp i
\ t\\ LIQUID EMBKOUIEItY: vlnlted Sunday afternoon in Me,,, Lillian Futch and visitors here last week Standard. Oil "Rervlce' Station e -
1" PARTY Doctors. Inlet-with Mr. Jeffors daughter visited In Middle- wl hi her,moth, Mrs Mamie V ATLAS!' (NOT INC.)
Mrs. Earl Mosley entertained parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C burg Sunday' afternoon. Mead. TIKE A BATTKRIR.S: '
.'Ia Phone FR2-4.15.1: :
1313 N.W. Ith PI. Gainesville.: : ; ,
',. at her home Friday ,night Jeffers.Mr. Irene Pmlgett is spending/ Mr. and Mrs. n O Copeland I I Budget Term- Road Service
."?; with a liquid>mbrodlery party and ]Mrs. Leo Taylor of several days In Jacksonvillewith of Georgia visited here last I \IW4-7071<< j

j .1 I given by Mrs. R. V. Uurranca Jacksonvlle visited Sunday at- her grnnddnlighter, Mrs. week with Mr. arid Mrs. Lynn I. 101 N. Tempi f lt J.
''if"V of Starke. Mrs. Dur- ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Padgett./ tall.

I rance, an agent for the products Harry Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mos Cat I Rhoden was taken to HURST'S rk"j I I
l' gave a demonstration Alvin Padgett will leave ley and! family of Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital last T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING

'of the use of the product and this weekend for Ft. Stuart, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry week for) treatment.Mrs. Service Station ,

different ways of using to Ga. after upending some time "Mosley Saturday. r Marvin Williams; entered Gas Oils Lubrication
'make beautiful] linens ,etc. here with his parents Mr. and Mattie Bell Austin anti Alice ]- Alachua General Hospital riiiMJi'.s "1111" _

I Following the demonstration Mrs. Harry Padgett. l Mosley visited Mra. Minnie Monday for treatment andsurqe.ry G..dyfll< Tire. & llalterlni ON CALL24HOURS
refreshments were served to Chris Bradnhaw. non of Mr. Lee Sllcox': of Hellbronn ]lust ROAD SERVICESIIKKT :
tho six guests present. and Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw, of week. .
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Birthday Party For A DAY
CIIUIUII N HUH: Jacksonville, spent ]last Saturday *tr. and Mrs. jnnrles Mosey Shrrrle Prrplm' !Sunday :MKT.U\ : \% ()ILK
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We Rev. Bobby Knight of Green night with his brother of Jacksonville visited Mr. Bherrle Peeples. daushter of' DAY CALL 9fi 1-5291
Cove delivered the Sunday and sister-in-law, !Mr. and -
Mrs. Henry Mosley Sun- Thompson Sheet
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Mrs. ta PI't pIf'!*. celebrate |
will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a night message at ,the !Maxville Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and son. lay. her fifth birthday with KITE-CALL 961-8591
n partv | Metal
Small Fee for I'ick.up-HutherIng cows $3.00 per Baptist church. Homecoming Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman Mrs.) Hildred Carter hits re Sunday afternoon at their WorksAll
services and dinner on the of Lnwtey visited last sumeil her Job ot the mil! Types Metal
Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per Ih.-Cleaned Weight. yarn home) here. Blithdiv: rake, ice Work
. For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/jc' Ib. with grounds will be held Sunday, Saturday, night with Mr. and In Green Cove Springe.Mr. ( ESTIMATES. FABRICATION
and ]
per paper. Cream lemonade wet''
I Oct. 1 at the church. Rev. Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw. The and Mrs. Edward Bell AND! INSTALLATION
! We_Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers Newton of Lake City, a former Normans. and Bradnhaws attendud and family of Jacksonville served occasion.! to those Sherrle pr ntit' five for) the : heating & Air i'oml. M.I".I I T.I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
was on
__ pastor of Maxville Baptist a horse show together visited Mr. and M...... F.verett Ph. nm-0714 RI : .
I 1 Phone 964-8281 218 Washington St. church, will deliver the Homecoming at Orange Park. Manning Sunday afternoon. Monday Sept. 20.

I unessnge. Everyone la Mrs. John .North visited I Leon Carter of) natnesviltonpunt CIH'IU'II NMVS: j jDuvtd L
Sunday In St. Vlncent'a Hospital the weekend with his Allen wui granted a''

,, with Mrs. Claude Green parents), Mr. and Mrs) Louie license to prench by Hampton' ; .
nnd Mrs. Gene Johnson and Carter. Baptist Church last Sunday,

new baby. Attending the Clay -Move- morning following the morning FOR ALL YOUR FARMFertilizer

__ Sorry to near Jelfery North I rkks Horse Show lust Saturday worship services. Mr. Allen '
-.V 1 grandson. of Mr. and M ra. John I night from Clay Hill wore. I<< a member of the church

North, la on the sick this Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lung her for< many years told the
! week. and son Mr. and M..... Mark church Sunday of his Intention
Herschel Johns of) Clay Hill, Johns and family, Mr. and to become n preacher A'' & SeedYou
Mrs. Henry Grlfns and family, Mrs. Howard I'adgett and son, graduate of BUS. he Is now I II
Mrs. Walter Lnnthrlpp and and Mrs.. Mary\. Kttn; Wordon living In J.ickionvtlle' where I
family, and l Mra. Bootsle Cannon and ion. I he to employed with ACL Rill- .

and family attended a Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson road. Mrs. Allen is the former
weiner roast Saturday afternoon of Panama City visited !. Myrtle Ann Hln!on. an"' hi- Can Depend On
at Mt. Zion BuptUt m Clay Hill and Lawtey over parent are Mr. and Mrs. E. D
I church given for their father, the weekend. Mr. Wilkinson Allen of Hampton.

Colen Johns, on his birthday. attended the wedding of him Teachers and officers of NORTH FLORIDA FERTILIZER CORP.To

IMr Avory ShIIte and Deanne niece, Miss Lethu Bell! Prevatt Hampton Baptist. Church are .
visited hint week In Jack-
nonvllle with Mrs. Leon Fra
I ncr and daughter. I ..' a U UCHWUIlltt MOIOCCO UMU fI SUJl' . Help You Produce More, Profit More You Can

Friends will be glad to hear WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR
I Mrs. Polly Grlftls was able lo Depend On Us For High Yield Fertilizerand
leave St. Vincent's Hospital In : HAMJD-MORTON ALL NEW SHRINE
I Jacksonville\ and is staying At Seed to Step Up Returns Per Acre and

.., a local 1 nursing home.
I You Depend On Us For Practical Prices -
Mr. and Mrs.. Walla of Gainesvllle .
I visited last week with

ARE\ YOUR VALUABLES AND IMPORTANT Mr.and and daughter.Mr. Mrs.. Mitrston Walls

PAPERS PROTECTED and Mrs. B. F. Colemanand Let Us Your Fertilizer
AGAINST HRPTHEFT daughter of Jacksonville : Spread With

and spent the weekend here with lDptNS TlCKEJ INFORMATION
prying eyes Mrs. F. B. Coleman and mm.IMrs. Our Modern Spreader Truck

rfenl a convenient SAFE DEPOSIT BOX her r'gV Rlllu Glddena of Jacksonville %I .2.3 I i USIRYID SlATS
visited Sunday after- ADULTS It's Very Economical!
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now -.the cost amounts to only a few centj! o dayvFLORIDA noon with Mr. And Mrs. James: i .vt4IS I .......... ._ ...12.M.1L0It
Coleman and daughter. U a M' tnVJS ..__.... !... .. UU

I Jean. Wandu and David Williams I t.flGHI S% .... -_ .........JOCIh U
of Starke were Sunday U I __ __ ..4. U
I I dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. .... Ad_ ......ion SEE US TODAY FOR ALL YOUR

Buddy Browning. FARMING
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters\ NEEDS.
s and family of Jacksonville..
pent Sunday. with Mr. Dorn-
OBANK AT STARKE thy Waters. Monday guest of U L.a see.. &....I T.a.b... 53.aO4SU NORTH FLORIDA FERTILIZER CORP.
Mrs. Waters! were Mrs. Rich. PseolMANcu

One of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group ard Norman and sons of High 1-150 Wf- 0.'- 2-210 -- aU Phone 764.5348
S. o. Lake
2-s a Butler Fla.4111
land.Mr. ::00 l.a.0cC. I-I.10 .m. 1,*,0.t. 3500 p. .
Federal Insurance Corp. and MI'& Buford HLgglnbothnm UI. U a..v.d I., C.Ie. U e.s.. a. su .. t".' 7
Member Deposit UU _
were last Tuesday -_ U U U UUU .
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KfnI.sJeip.! ) Lake Baptist I I lip 1
Church fl Sunday School. 9:43: .
'a,rn: MOrning worship. 11 a '
ul TeafAlrut\ Union. 6:45: p. __ "
m.; Evening Worship. 8 p. m..
Midweek!:Prayer! Service. Wed- ------I
-inzrfiny. 7:30: p. m. Rev. B. T. s--. i 1-e.slv! FLA. OR GA. GRADE 'A' :.
JPeavy/, Pastor "Come let uai
Worattip Together
IBeuflah Baptbt" Church: .
u f unday. Srtwol:1. 10 a. m.; "I
ling Worship 11 a. m.:
fling Union. 8:30: p. m.. FRYERQTR.

sing tek Worship.Prayer Service.7:30: p.Weiy. m.: -; i U.S. GOV?. GRADED "CHOKE !



I Thursday s.' Kathy Boree night: at was a stork honI I Y:T---: : ::;';" ": -"* :f ft : .:

er liven by the Young j eo. f r--.f_
Tied Peoples Sunday STEAK
001 I Class in the educational: i : .1! 1kefr
.t t.
dIng of the Klnrsley Lake : t '!
ptUt Church."I11.
ent table mm rtrrrPllh.1 I BED f RIB ; .,
jilte lace cloth and decor. N
in pink and white. The'1ts .' I11 LJ.
Sd.r.JC L. i
88 C
i were placed, hi a pinkvrred ... = STEAKSROUND
bastn! !tte. damn were!I IjOye' SUGAR : i
: I IIt
occasion.hlRTIIDAY* by the. 19 present Tori I Ie Ta: .j.L' ..t t .tl< '

DINNER a "go : BONE <" I I !
Miss alorton'ceiebrat' : f ; :
d tier 21st birthdiy last .. (; .- J. :
Ituraday. Friday night, her ""'Z:" !if 1W STEAKSBONELESS 7g .
_. i
(amlly honored, her by taking --- II I
pier to dinner'at. the Oarden . s J
|staurant in Starke.Mr. .
and Mra. F. O. Conner I SHOULDER : !
I returned Tuesday from a vaclatlon DIXIE CRYSTALS OR HERSHEY'S ;
trip through South Car :
olina. North Carolina and Tennessee 98C. I j
They rntovM' the STEAKS I .WHITE
li no. i of th? Smoky Mts. very SUGARTOMATO : ., i : :

M'3. J. M. Brallev spent! j s ss
Friday,: to Sunday l la.t week In p
Jacksonville where "he vixltM IRISHPOTATOES
Mr and Mrs. V. N. Oeliter
Mr and Mrs. R. C Bradley, STEAKS99 i
and Jimmy Br*dll'Y and !
daushtrrs. Thti he went on SAG ;
to Orlando where K'Xvl.ilt"d' : i I
Mr and Mrs. O. L Cox. Mr, .
and J. D.
Mrs. Bradley and FANCY '
family an1 Mr awl Mrs. R. I
H Cox rtturnlnt hme Sat. QUA TER SLICED'j' -
ur-'ay.' Friends will! he ao'-ry la ': ONIONS
hear" that R. H. Cox 'UtertouMy i PORK LOIN CHOPS' )! : i
( til In a h-wnltal In -
Orlanrta. He Is a fnrmT resl! 1: %! I
dent of the State Farm. I 69c 4LR5C I ri Il = i
Mrs, Lloyd Ma*v Ravi| rhl.f : 18 ,I
: !
f drrn spent Sunday afternoon I Ij I I :
gue.iU of Mr." and Mrs. M I ; !
C Dufrltr of J ekonvllleMr. ; -----
and Mra. Ralph Hub-" / MILD DAISY' 1
oard an1 dauvhWi were Sun- : CHEESE 19(
day afternoon fitritt of Mr 't ._... ....' ".! ;
and Mrs. W. H. Asner and lIOn I OLD, FASHIONED CHUNK I ...: :

vblltef Mr; and Mr.Mrs.and W M.F.... Cooley C B. : BOLOGNA. :': .. .39J : ; i
Warner" of Live 0a1 t% and Sam ..! ... .
law, who is a f1Unt: In the HOftMCL'S LITTLE 1IZ2LCRSCLARANTEfO I.n .:: ;
Veterans Hospital In Lake .V' SWRlq: 1 LU'St.'IOGII' ... ..
I '
City. lad week SAUSAGE 49t'
Mr and MI"!!. Toby ONeqiwen ; __J,1..PrD.,.. i
dinner.ue Mrs. Lawrence O'Neal of i

Starke.afternom Randy Miller with aunt Mr.\ and Sunday Mrs. SOUP !; FRESH fR'i-' 4 I 3

P J. Saundmw and family al'

Smith Mr' take.aril !lea, John Nile LnchjFiiirICED
and MbM Lmtlfle Varnes of Ha- r,4, J
hlra. OIl, and Mhs.. BerthaSanee .1-.k
of Stark* Wted. the 228
Ray Millers.. Mrs. Mary Ship. 101/20Z I 1 e I OR MACAROON
man. and Mr*. E&na Rtctrs
over the 'weekend. CAN : CUPCAKES h r .a t
Johnny Scott U on an extended I
visit with relatives In PtCOOf 6
Shady Valley Tenn. and In W ? Y{ F Ifi
VU-lI1nla: 1 iI
Ali Harley" R. Hartley" was I
on,weekend leave and ..lIIlt'd ORANGEPINEAPPLEPIES
his wife and won and Mr anJ .
Mra. R. U Smith. .
Mr. and Mr*. A. W Gaylord _
Jr., arwf (Ja j MeT were weekend .
guests of Mr. and Mr A 1

W. Oaylord., Sr. of Branforlrecently .LL 'u.'ou 14t.ICU. 0IiI COOKIMO'

Cheryl and ChiPPV Wood APPLES Jl LIClNf o 39
will be attending Catchl : : ___."..
Clawes each Saturday the

Ja Once('onVuie.Lutheran'until'' Church they are In _. __a_ : APPLE SAUCE2'! 25$ ;---;-; 0-R7t--1';; ; ; i' ,I TOMATOES fSM FII.111SaCAM1.ITM.TAST /[ .2 9"t t

confirmed next prtrw.Mr. ......_....
and !Mrs. Rivers Younf<< 11.. JARS., kHAFT 1 VEGETABLESBLACKEYCS ''I'r. 1
and son of Charleston HelchU. :*'ispctLLo wsAPnoCARROTS :
8. C. went WadnMdar and GRAPE JELLY_..3 '011 $1? r I
Thursday imeU of Mr and: INSTANTFFEE __ __ u ,... ._
& 'CAaf.1YHt.TASTLtMOI I r '''''''.H.'H. '' .
Mri. J. U Bradley and familY I .
Vernon Conner ha pie: :led: APRICOTS.___A $1 I I I
Tm Kappa Epsilon Fraternity : 1S.t CAM I ... i
at North Carolina Stat U 70 5 i sores .ILf fM 'IMtTAMT STARTIN4 I 9 c ,

spent Larry Sunday Elder\ ntvht of Oalnwnrtne.. guest: MAXWELL I BRIQUETTES_ ..3 Fog> $1 : (----------J r--------;

of Mrs.. bade; Elder and family. HOUSE 9 I :'..'CAM. TIPTOP L____________ t: [! .-.5 I:: -51.SPINACH. .Jl: iI

1St : ..".. "'" i= ..'''A I
.. .. P1
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0 Conner = G MIRi
and Lhrta Burch of J-...bon- I twin. PACK SOFT *cvr FAtMMOUlf. Fi01IM ASS"1 i !www :i; -.r..a!AMs'... s s1a. i
*U)* spent last 1IH'k av m* of Mr. and MT F. O. Conner BATH TISSUE_ ...."......_19CIAHT < CREAM PIES_3/0, $I : I O CLO- CAM COAT JOMNION :: QOMODUS; 12'. :
Mrs. W E. Oilier enl __ _ww/1, _. _____-
1 ; ROILS .ALOOP 1 L> PEGS. PP Of LU4I a"ILI, CUT j. rrww .rM..r .- .r .a.w._...11. r
4iuthter St phant.' of Jacks --------J-------- ------.-3.TASTE ....--.-.- _
a Y1aw &;IImtnonl ".1aye last FYNf' PAPER TOWELS ,.. $1 POTATOES_4 r..* $1\ ---- --- ---- ; -
wrelr at rueeta of Mr arwl 59 : r :: : :-::
Mra F OConner W C- COUXT.7'.. SCOTTPLASTIC IM PCCf.''02IH IliH. at.aa-a !

the OlhJotned weekend his fanUy: for &la JAR r CUPS_", .._..39t( V/HOLE.OKRA.6- $''t, J ".. ..,,,a Ii ".. UY"A i :;

f .11.1'1 ILSICHIiE SAVE S14 1... Pass* faOIfN'" : Mill CHANTS GlnM STAMPS,. 11 MIRCHANTS> G1UM. STAMPS''t.-

TT7t RI4nT POIXT biase EXCEDRIM .. ._. _.84$ BLACKEYES.6,0. $1 : $B LADY FAm ia"LOMO g 1 a Lt"CAMI"a :> .T y.. mrHr.. rw *"* amt PRCNCH STICK. BMBAO}} Maaw.ll. C.ff : ;
....l et p-.r 'a9'W1te ::1TTRRROOR -. 1.--. ___.w11::..-.1'-u.. :
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PAO1B!: TWKIAHR ftR"nrn"" rn '- ...nw"- -.. -----. .
-- ._.... rnT'DHs' t... ..r. __ __._
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e..m..m.wm.1. day The occasion was the 8th
birthday of lh.Ir firanrlcUunh-
.. ... .. -- .
ter In the afternoon while Mr : : :: : J-: '
LAWTEY\ Hamilton continued hit visitKith "I've switched to "

the son airJ family. SAVE ;
By' Etna O"u.cbaard Mrs Hamilton attended the wi ar ;
.."". .."........ Christian Worker's School at V

A I First Baptist Church will Mr. Methodist and Mis. E.Church J. Rauler- I DIXIE I They have J C ann e d HAM

observe their homecoming son were visiting their daughter : C'Li'' '" ,'
e next SunJoy.:! Sept. 28. with r and san: -tn' -law, Mr. and -t they give low prices (REGULAR
t Rev. I* T. Hawe of Gainesville: Mrs. John Petrey In Arcadia $3.99))
t as truest! speaker. P.'Uiay to SIlI\J.ay. )
I This will be followed] by the Mr. and Mrs Frank Cruce

t fellowship dinner on the I and family visited. Mr. and .Jj.....: GREEN STAMPS!'" s $ 99
grounds. The dedication services Mr.s. Edmond Rosier and family I I
I of the new church buildIng in Macclenny Sunday. Mrs. ,
1 will be held at 2 p. in. RosIer Is Mrs.! Cruce's sister I

Everyone I la invited. Mrs. Ed Durban spent Monday -II I 4-LB.
t Lawtey Junior high, PTA to Thursday: with her son- ,
held the first meeting of the in-law and daul'htel'Mr.! and I
term on Tuesday of last weekat Mrs. Raymond' Williams and I CAN
3 p. m. in the school cnfeterla. I son !In Jacksonville.Mr .
Mrs. Joyce Fulfil
and Mrs. R. D. Subcr of
brought the Devotional. The I Jacksonville/ and Mrs. Everett j.i ftc,Snt.OJ1tpttw,1 -Go-... Four' &odllwgtTo' EJ.1 f 1
principal Mr. Bed.]l. Intro I
Oliver also of Jacksonvillewere
duced the .two new teachers! ... -I Swift Premium, famous for qualify. Fully
Sunday Mrs. Sharon Funk, Special / i urvc cold or heated'and
Education and: Mrs. Ludd:! Ach- Mrs. Luther Hllllard and fam- EX ;f XTa ; ? glazed. Perfect for any meal .- .
>tr' A cXT.a .
< ait or macki. A family favorite that
I '
ler, 7th and 8th graces English ily.Mr.. d' STAMPS / dyl GREEN STAMPS a'' 4g GREEN STAMPS 1 drnxi fobl
and Mrs. J. C. Tye were IMGR tr 0 Y Y / up your for company b rand
and social science studies. It / I t makci a tpKlal' treat for l left-G".r.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E. / ( ra/ one 2".L. O* roe No. //, eaN. /
was tteclded to 'have / I Special -
ineMntis quality special
I Pealson in Gainesville / eLte 1 COON OYI a W{IALIOXT MCAT prlc
on the first Tuesday of Octo: Tues- I Stuffed Shrimp 1 dj Cube Steaks / s Tuna I
day evening of last week. They GOOD TNNU eqT. aaTN 1 OOO TNaU RHO aeTN I sooD TNNU Sarni I .
ber. February and: April at 7 REGULAR 49* 8-oz. PKG. PALMETTO FARMS
attended the fashion show j aANr ,.N nna NI/ I : _.. ANN nor NII ; r1T
p. m. A feature of October 12 sponsored by Business andProfessional .............. ........ /.: .__................... /,......... .rm-NNam I II
will be the annual covered 1I Chicken 39;
dish dinner. The current officers Women at the / i EX..STAMPS..i .
new Ranada Inn. S r REGULAR 6St COPELAND
are: President. Mrs. i I
Floyd Futch, Vice President, Miss n -- Y
Sinla Prescott, Mrs. Bryant / TWO rOe. 1 ONI TAP NOW ONOUANTJAN / Sliced Bologna lb. 59
Mrs. L. B. Yon Secretary Mrs. Pe ,"'''ln7. Mr. OOLD KINO, ; our.ouTNI I .
and Mrs. HiramW.
James C, Kn.'ryht! Treasurer. Hush Puppies i Pizza / Mayonnaise i -
Mrs. Thomas V. Duck. Bennett, Joey and Nancy ; flOOD THRU PT. 29TH I t"t't' oooo THRU MPT. were ,, NIa **{
Sunday dinner _
guests of I > AM*WINMPWI ___ n.Nr WlM >
The Methodist Junior High/ Mr and Mrs. R' lph Darley .--...*.T.INI-MNM............,1..:.........._ ---....... PO H ;
Sunday School class enjoyed a -fists -. Cracker Barrel Cheese 49
and family In Starke Sunday. r .EXTRA -
weIner roast at. the home of
I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee, given The children had a grand time ; 1 EXTRA I REGULAR 59< LB. FISHFlounder '
pitying in! the new swimmingpool. L I /
by the teacher Mrs. Oeorue I UN DM bOVOM MM*UMv>4fPUMCHAVK t
/ TWO tNOe ONE 8-L PMtt.PAMILV OP Fillets
I / 49x
I J. Estes and assistant ] *
R. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nolan 1 ''atJ( Eclair /II d Ground Beer s/ Candy i .
Lee.Rev.. I and daughter of Jacksonville i 1 t atWt; 0000 THRU HPT. aeTN li ,D,; >|>TH 1 i'itt:' IPT. aeTN, / 1 8oz. PKG. OSCAR MAYER BRAUNSCHWEIGER OR
and Mrs. Ernest Bailey wnt/ last week with Mr. and 1 AT Y11 IL
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Duck I Mrs. Thomas V. Duck an* z-J Sandwich Spread 39
Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Mrs. Mae i family. j .

Wells an} Miss Enzn, Blanch- i Mrs. H. C. WainwrIght with ..... .. ,.. .... ... ,. .
-" ----- -. -
aid attended a Sub District her sister, Mrs. W. O. Rhod-m .-;V'... -- .,. .i.'l.-? ..,,:-r.------.-. :--"-'-. i..SSL.A.n"3ZZlZr" :: /i... ... .":.**;'Li' ". c.l! W ; ---I.; '". 3 M3sr-" II
meeting of Christian Educa I of Ocila. spent Saturday and tMortQh
tlon at Trinity Church in Sunday In Bartow where they 2-LB. FRENCH FRY OR CRINKLE
Oalnssvllle Monday evening of I Joins'! thereat! of the family ;;a9=:; J GOVERNMENT GRADED

last week. to celebrate the 72nd birthday :
Mrs. Ernest Billey, Mrs ', anniversary! of their father )> Potatoes39' USDA
Effie Miner Mrs. Orville Bum- TT1X
'I I Jess? Starling.! They all enjoyed
garner and Miss Enza Blanch BEE
!) a family dinner and! visit
ard were in attendant for Of with ?
I others
ficer's/ Training Meeting atd 1 I 4t"r Ii CHOICE

First Methodist:! in Lak CityWednesday 1 r: U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT

week.- morning of last I r.U o CH H'a l Shrimp $199

Extension Homemaicers, formerly i' Roast 59''!
Home Demonstration, -.
held their first meeting of the I NEWSFIRST MORTON, FROZEN DANISH PECAN

season at Starke Recreation

Center Tuesday morning of Twist 59 .
week with covered dish t
luncheon. Those from Lawtey PRESBYTERIAN -- .
attending.:! were Mrs. John C. CnURC" STARKE:
Tye, Mrs. Effie Miner and Miss II. Walton Grad), Minister MORTON FROZEN| (EXCEPT J-COUR33 j __ __ U Steak lb. 69
Schedule for .
Enza Blanchard. week beglnnlnj \ 1 & 4a
\ CHURCH SCHEDULES September 26. .
I Sunday eat JJll niGf S i MRS FILBERT'S OCULAR
Grace Methodist: SundRY September 26. / ,
School 9:45.: Worship 11 a. m. : a. m. Sunray school and
and 8 p. m.. MYF, 6:15: Prayer Rally' Day. --11 a. m. : I Lba 1 (11( SHOULDER
Circle Monday 9 a. m.. Worship. 2:00: p. m.MOnlng/I '

Choir. m. practice Wednesday 7:30p. : at ant First life Pteibyterlan Curriculum Church''; 2 FOR 793 i ; ; : "a Roast Ib.19p

will The bring District the menage Superintendent Sunday 9:00 Gainesville Tuesday. ,, Fla.September 28 : j ;g i Lk 'I 1.1.REG. a : _

: a
t morning followed by a fellowship m. Presbytery' Mooting
'at Mandarin Church Jacksonville ,
Quarterly Con. ,
ference'' will be held In the Fla. ,7".it.\WJIIMItJi't'! ':IL_:, : .;,._' '.,- -'." j'> :-_ ;..-:.. '.'. \; .wi' ;WWl ll''( ''\\\i.\ ._ :....4 v$.):.. :"Iw.::,, :.I : '" :
afternoon. Thursday' September 30, _
vFirst Baptist: Sunday School 7:30: p. m. Choir: Practice.

1'Q *< m., Worship 12 a. m. an.1; Red TokayGRAPES
8 p. m.. Training Union 7 p. FIRST BAPTIST 27, No. 2Vi CAN THRIFTY MAID SLI. cr.HLVS, REGULAR 2/39 *303 CAN DEL MONTESpinach
m. On Wednesday of this CHURCH. STARKE
r there will be a Teachers meetIng Schedule' of services for Peaches 5/l./: //1.
week of
beginning at 6:30.: p. m., : September 26. :CA7 HR7m
followed by family night and Sunday, Sunday School SEG. 2/33 No.. o ,. REGULAR 2/49 *303 CAN GREEN GIANT (i

midweek services will be held 9:45 11:00: a. m., Morning Worship Cream Corn 8/l./ Green Peas. 5/'l./

at 8 p. tn.Church. of Ood: Sunday Sermon: a.:m."Laborers Morning In Worship God'sVineyard" Style : .

School 10 a. m., Worship. 12 a. [Matt 20: 1 1-161; REG. 2/35. No. 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID REGULAR 3/$1. ,1 VS CAN CHICKEN OF THE SEA

m. and 1 7:30: p. m.? YPE Wed. 5:00: p. m. Youth Chorale; 6:15: Whole Kernel Corn 8/1./ Tuna : MEAT = / 9'
p. m. TI'alnlnaUnion .
nesday 7:30: p. m. I : 7:30: p. H".i .
Highland Baptist Sunday m. Evelng Worship Sermon:
'School 9:45: a. m., Worship: 12 Salvation by Grace" I lEpli REG. 49f 46-ci. CAN THRIFTY MAID SWT, or UNSWT No. 2 CAN MAID, SLICED OR CRUSHED 2 LBS 25 t

a. m. and 7:30: p. m.+ prayer 2: 1-101], Juice 2/69/ 4'l.REGULAR /
services Wednesday, :! 7:30: 'p. m.. Wednesday Sept. 29,-Pray Orange Pineapple .
Choir Practice er Meeting. 7:00: p. m.; Church
Saturday 7 p. Choir RehearsaL 8-00 REG. 29, 46-oz. THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE 77* 24-ct. REGULAR Off SUPER
p m.
m.Frlendt of Mrs. R. W Mos- Drink 41./ Mod 69' GEORGIA RED SWEET
Grapefruit e s s .
ley's family regret to.learn of CAlm OF .
the TII.NK8Grate.tully Potatoes 5 Lb.. 49;
accidental death, of Mrs. .
R. W. Mosley Jr. when her car acknowledging
was wrecked. The children' who and thanking each and every Preserves .29 19 FRESH FLORIDA QUARTS'
were with her are in a hospital one for your kind expressionof s
!In Daytona Beach. We hope sympathy and kind word REGULAR 31* 20-ox. HUNT'S REG. elf 5-LB. PLAIN OR SELF-RI*""" Or' Juice 3j/ 1.
they will soon be recovered. I and 1 prayer that. each one of ge

Sympathy I la extended to all ofthe fared .during the recent illness" Tomato Catsup 4/l./ : Pillsbury Flour 49'REGULAR
family.Mr. and and Mrs. W F. Moore, Bobby Thanks many many REGULAR 5911I 32-oi. ARROW LIQUID 35< 1-L8. CRACKIN' GOOD
Renney. Micky spent Sunday ] times to all the churches and 0 39;

with Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews especially Hospital staff Bradford Dr. County Cleaner I . 39' Treets t . 29 n 10 os .
and family in Wit wood. Adama and
'Mr. and Mrs. B. L.. Wilktson. I III' Wilson.--Mr. and Mrs. An- DULANEY STEMS.AND PIECES 4-o" REG. 19< t-LB. DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK 10-LB. BAG RUSSET BAKINGPotatoes

Jr.weekend of Jacksonville with Mr and spent Mrs.the ell W CARD Griffin OF and family Mushrooms 25'. Loaf Bread : : 2/35'/ 79'

Bennetb L. Wllklson.Mr. THANKSI .

and Mrs. Burton Rosier, wish to thank everyone for

and daughters of Palatka were] their kindness prayers And ...."., .... .a"t'A: '
Sunday visitors of Mr and expressions. of sympathy dur k,''I{"; 'fi':'! \' rt Si'jsRgt. ..... '., IAl""f 4" QUANTITY( RIGHTSRESERVED
t ...:
I :
Mrs. James Rosier. ing my recent Illness. \r 1 .r' "
IslolanOrlffla. : II .m, \ > 4? !ri- .'
.. Mrs.. Mamie! Futch attendedthe I I \::- : .A.---. : Ill:4rJ, PRICES COCO THRU
funeral of her '
aunt. Mrs. : SEPTEMBER 25TH
Lettle Rhoden at Heart. Haven (IV TIIK..fill K mi''II"TV nnm. .It tlfiK II i :e \ h// .... -
the first part of last week. ( I'l. Kl.oillll.t. 11 ::. ::.=:.
sympathy to Mrs. Futch. In lt.: Kmai, of llollKUT: 1' J? _
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mooreof HICU.XMIU, 8NYDKU: l...c..arit .. '

part of the week with Mr. and All tn-rnon hovlnv rlalini nr \

Mrs. W. F. Moore an:J!! family ilenioniU Robert. HtfUliol liirnMrt1. the I
Freddy. Saturday. Moore overnight of 'Wlldwoodwas guest. v and_... rriiulrml urn. Itorvky to file nutiricil thrlrrlnlniji ;,,, \\11..1 f j ii) $ I .
In Ih.* rfli* cif
Mr.,and Mrs. J. I. Heath of ruuntjr, Judge vf MrNilfunl. i ,
Savannah. Oa. were visiting fuunlKlurlilu." In tht' ('",,",y (REG. 49')
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs during I Court l, Homo within I I ut nix 1 Mturkn.. cal.k'loi-,nilarmonth ., \1\' 1-LB. 1-LB. fI1
the week. from the tint "f the 59

.. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harveyof or first. Inn publication mm will of t b.this e...m..nailer Soldaerurdlnl CAN 69/ CAN 49y19 12j..39 .
Macclenny /sp nt; Sun-iiv to l law. .
with Mr. Harvey's sister Mrs. Thl Firm Mvpombfr publication>:. a.pwmber 1955. .. a i -fi
Mamie Futch." I 15. !11I81 ( (REG. 79.) ( )

Mr. -and Mrs! H. H. Ham- /:./ Rita H.of anyd.rRxeoutrlx th. 1....t Will unit 4 _,,, .. ,_ _.
Elton were' dinner guests of TMtamont. of Kobvrt llernuril' -"IJII- _____ "- .___< ,;;Ao;"
.S- -
their lIOn and ".Mnvttr.(' V.dee.a..d.l Knight l.llollli _,,

Mr.\ and Mrs daUlI'hteT-lnlaw'l 'ark". FloridaAttorney
andI family In for Executrix,
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