Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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By Rep. ThomasWarning This Fish Wilson Tyre 'if( tt4nie\ To Equalization; ftvard
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NeedStretchirto by him rerrKli.ir! l II'( fVVWMiLake. .

Given Th-i hull _f'',,llum\ I

been entered Ivikt 'h.> H. Property Owners Fight

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On Racing Tax ,I ',,(

: Increased\ Assessments vI

"Make haste on all local matters like the new

courthouse" Rep. Arch Thomas told the County Commission I

ford's weakened Tuesday when legislative he reported to the Board Brad- I Charger: of "killinsr tliyAA./ !** Uwit laid the\ Rolden I fie roatiaes he meld It Is I have a market value to to by

status resulting from re- k'llit." "arbitrary a" I". ,,m'lJIt'\\' Lind "It'll dri v tlnlberlflovt'ra difficult for an mwiwor/ to since theie's not that much
apportionment I ar.1
ture. measures taken by the state Iegh la- +< wY : out of business'VV' l leveled l ut 1It'ndford'AI'wtrll I rive at a just value for for sale. .

"When !: of indication: | (Cty'ifyV r Commission! ) for it ,
(the Legislature) reconvenes the race AMM'r' Long follow the .711- tract IM not Indicative of
oral hour Tuesday.
track money' going to an"_, Thomas said\ : tent arrived at by Florida. Forestry the value of our land.
"It's just u sure as I'm 1 I Four pul"\1Ot1" comll'II', two locul 1 residents:" and Atiiociittlau committee, "Timber companies don't

standing here" he forcefully I 1983 ..... 1tie I u Tiinipu bu..ineHsnian: afuyAfV'l/ (\( to protest: demo' of on timber aweannx-nts'' In any I I ICll. like to own land; th.y much
.m.nt..nd .
stated adding. "We did Bald he had mfllage.He 7 II them MtruiiKly, the raise) V"v '('\ 'Tty values under Tax tI. McCarthy, maid Container "piefer, to buy timber on open
rmMenwd "nil
everything we could do to:I property In Bradford County"and AM.seM.mir' G J jnt> I.oim'n/ lift 1(>vr cent e\'ulu&1tlol1 pi- Corp. feel the nvrritueawieMinent market but they have to own

at least preserve the county a that real 1(1'1111Sunttt reHJHted: eftrf{ / of the Hoard! tu determine t should. be un 33 large, quantities; of land to Insure .

voice In the Legislature, and now nonexempt totals 30.3H1OOO.estate I a fair market vuluy ((v I' their property, either per! acre at a seven per cent an adequate amount of
we came close," Thomas said! capitalisation rate.When timber U available."
taxable personal property $7.< Only Holiday Fatality evading cluMtlotor! \:'! Kl/Wlr' Arbitrary flu\ifei\ "off
the new reapportionment asked to place! a valueon Chairman Roberts told thelawyer
the curt. ..
96O.OOO. and railroad and telegraph I 'loA. -....- -
might even result In consolidation timberland MacCurthy: replied he know of a trade
of present counties) Into property I2.120.00O for a N. C. Woman Killed 4 I "'I1II&-t-'. an tnva.tlon! of 111'1j / ; ;rcrat br"ed ;n-only' i>u; of f the : Container had made wlett-

mulU-a* >unty blocs. total tax roll of nonexempt July ./ 1allvl1l'f.' I doi 't .see. why /I rVfl" conditions to be taken "Our large acreage. doesn't (Continued On Page Two
The property of $40,461,600. H. ehopld hive to tell you that.\/ \\\t\\" cvv1) iiW\ < county commiawion. added that homestead exemp j 4.r( Std 81(11tlaalt wheti3kluallslttlon v.I" Law. I

since of It reapportionment has seen the Inevitability giving- tion and exempt property bring A North Carolina ''I Elizabeth Mary tonic Southern I Trooper 110111. an\\J oI\JHIOI\ll'\ } Uurtrd ChalrvO r J\ru. ..."I'MI'II'nb' perSIrV Job Corps OutChamber

the populous! counties controlof Oho total: aasessments to 953.528.. 44. .was killed at 7 a. m. Pines North Carolina were daylight cl<'Vt VA iry. Org& HoiwrH! IUkt'l, / \ (fur the four t"Ul1Ipolnleil

the Legislature tma beenconstdering day morning: when was Bradf3 >I C unty'h wcou.1 him how much tiviurunrecarilrd hit (I"
' tying up Its share Long also gave tentative from a Volkswagen traffic fa-allty of I9i3( : and on his horn which I I"", 9lrlrt/ash/ of Am'rlcA, $7S80;
millaffe figure, baaed 01the wagon which crashed European Your UsiirH' ''(1| at $4(1,200( : Ninltli
of the race track tax. amount the only one over the long saki 1111'\.n .'aper coift"" ny. 1'711; SeeksWomen's
Ing to over S23O.OOO: this past Just Value Law of 6.58 for the detour' barriers!' on U. July 4 holiday. the house IK worth unl), JJ.%onl..r.. 7004; and Owens-

year, in a bond .Issue. to construct county commission and S.27 a half mile south of 'I An 11-year-old daughter.' Set, By FFAldi i. $jSOOO, and hf would /jell 1\\ JJI'''' I''' (::1COlnbM'Y.\. IH467.
for the school bend Total mill. Her five children and for that.
a new courthouse.. t JoAnne was the only other rgluhlrt. own 30,178 acres
age will be 14.83 mills unless band all escaped with r Rep. Thonms also gave the member of the family of sev John odom. outyti,!i i4iag\ \ local \ County, CenterApparently
either of the two board lives despite the fact 'I for
re- Corpoty,
Board resume of how : PTA member "i,1 vJ i*>iof 4,111)); Rsyonh'r ;
duce or Increase. It. he car was a total loss. plta. edit, of Aniorica. which|
new reapportionment will the'' added I: Mr. and Mrs. J. l>. \Vonuf\ owns Alr\ 0",101111'11111101". '111.
fect Bradford County. ( day morning Mark 17. wastreatrd Starke. will leV, r* rfMVjiXiy\ \ :38.178 i acre, In Pvadfurd, COllnl, )t'I."t!' limber computirepre.< .
separate article In this Issue I and released' from the I for a 34-day I"'hI'to\ .f''o. ty, IInJ hoi an avenue' UAfI"I"n"l1t / IJtitrtire( tu appear *A. C III.11I1"1' liwlnu out on, It.* bid for a Job Corps

and of local bills passed. County's Legislative Bradford County Hospital and I ple tour of eIK" 1lgfuprau\ per'> act" of ITU BO. toll ) l\f"rc"rth?" .iiiitl argue. Trnininir Onler for men the Ktarke-Hrailfortl County

The repre.e native also* told Jimmy 7. and Bryan. 3. were countries. ftl'hl'rt he hud "no 'flnur\, lffi\ \ rUeJ by thus, follow Chamber of Commerro r..IIJIlIoIllt"
the Board of construction now also slightly injured Jack 13. I Traveling with / J"I"flallon <01'11114"< \ but would muppl \\l\t\\, Mm! were quit lnuUr.. to obtain a smaller (around ::100)> ) center for women V

under wayat the Fairground Position Weakened and the father Francis Cla of New Voik i"tAti" future the Information hater whely !P/ArCArthy/ maid Container under the irnvernnient'ft Kconnrnlc: ()pM| rtimity Act.

under the auaplces of the Fair brlel I/oaue. 44. driver of the Kartners Mom ,"cI> .i\fv.. .. other asked to vivo! the avenue" Iiig ,iAKds tI'41 intuition that $100 Alth"ullh, oUk.lItl..U"n- ,

Association wind Civil Defense car. were not Injured. Florida rrA'W 4 evil) Visit rome per acre! per yr,,r on Lhscnmpany'a J\r Acts aveiage amounts to still licking; : III* C'humlMir' ; of ferrlng; with the elate OHO offlrsi .

organization. He said construe, By According to Trooper J. M. 'England. HcotlsrJ'fl) ilm << \ tlmwiUnTlie If "inent' th,,( la above II" ", '". kit week r..plv..1 l In nllahawMHi. tact week

tlon at the Fair ground will Hollu of the Floild" Highway Franc CPe\'hIJIIII\I\JiIIl I< \ ...,,- : Board' rrCvuHetl tliyxjiiitlliMtloii JfiAt J \ \ Vatii! |It t.: sold the., tax ""*- '1.1.... nf a letter written by when they were Informed of

total approximately $.no.ooo.IIOme No longer will Bradford have : Patrol the car was travelingxotith I mark Hungary. ai,..ln 1)\r1Y;'' I II meeting until| \Mt1t'\ tailed to comply with 1, Hargeitt. Hh river, lob c..rp..II. this negative darlalnn_ on Bland'Ing
County Its
from state sources. $23.- own the four-lane huth- Aiiuiiiit 3 at 10 .a. in 111 tnv. "rjJl tep'i set out In the rector to (|ov lluytlon Burna
resentative in the on I 000 from federal matching State Leg-Mature. Starting way and came to the detour they will give each! cunrpl.lnt, II/at/ VaUie t>w, uclas use. Mating.. that the Misruling pro- They to
ImmwIIMely cam
the 3.Story
funds. and >40OOO coming locally 1967 aennion Bradford will share a .". directing traffic onto two additional I Urn to srue tliy Alf4 Af arrewne anA Income |N,..al) <*iull not b. Jiintlflfl' atI Htarke end" proposed to the

from bonds floated by tive with neighboring Clay. This i III jut one of I I lanes where conntructkm be-
the Fair.AuucbU loo., ._ many changes weakening the position of small she Just mouth-, 01 LawteyLogue Hour I A major argmnsnl' of thy$ I It- Art" that other outlay of *.7 mil Jwl fllitnilnig'' ; property be submit-

Construction has begun he tien in the state and national governments; failed to make the .left Tue Aftert1tW. timber rompanl, was th.f Itilturw\ 'land' In $ '. &lo/Ia/ r. for new, ooritirunUnii. ted. s* a site, tor their already.

said, 01lourth livestock that :,were decreed In flew reapportionment turn at. the turn and crashed I annual, Income! ", from tlmbrfIgnd. .* cV'trUJI (strawberry' a.ta"l. This denlslnn, was lonrnsd. InTitllithttsami approved. prufHMaU

building, to cost some $...OOO. passed during recent special sessions of the Into the detour sign. At Library which has a 15 to 31t yIt'\ \ Other\ .crop" Und) U .heel week.. by nfflclalit At a meetingheM. "lest'

and on a 41.000 local Civil Defense Legislature. t __ The VW traveled 71 feel : j year growth ryfli U not high ,. INt'.t. $''o to $IOJ: per of the .eMiH-ation: l*.. : Thursday'' the Chamber board

Emergency!: Operation Henatewlse.- Inntead of being I after hitting the signs. rolled ;| The Children's fl/( >r>> IIn1lr111111I rnoiiuh to wlti| "tartj the. III II, /A VrV and
Center In a district. with only Clay stretching. from the over onto Its right side and I bo held .' ttA, Msrke. I e. from a-"n'flllt." | >t uhtctt' 'A,fllj j hu a higher t turn per of .n. I'etcrKhiiig.. who the pruvnsal. and officials of

It will be SMS large a rair complex and Union Counties as at pre. to the Quit covering went 8:1: fet further before ;I Biadrord County ((1Alic' M- hew lil|.lfil., ql..* rllpl..d. oy f"'n then tln>berl"r>d. He said have submitted prox| "" il to the int. |'et r.burg corpora-

as this ...... can JtwUfy." I sent Bradford wlU be In a square miles with a being stopped by a guard.. rail bury on Tuenday, 4iU" } 13, at't '' oven InciessOd five or all If $skee.. 9o >..,,1'! plea to realeft ) : the OLIO In Waaltlngtun for a lion have been In Htarke this.

Thorns* seal adding "It will sis-county district with Flat of almo 440.000 j. Mrs rogue was the right rear 3-30: p. m. Mla\ lA* Jhtrby time from a ItttM avrrsse o1160 \ d ffdflt on timber arid the woman's training! i-vmler. which week, working. with Ihe Cham.
to on. of tbav largest facilitiesJ) her Putnam and Baker as The new Berond passenger.No I will be the storyteller"' Aj' chll. per acre But AwewuiVIx /V\ nl' value la a foixt deal/ has "been approved. ., with no cute ber of Commerce on a supplement .

in the state,sad beet .... out well u Clay. and Union. I ional! District Includes filed. dren. ages II to P,I, t, 1to 1"\V'd\ / rrpl.el! I that the (tom jrV than/ paxture, jI I..'."" hclU7. apne'If I..I to their original pro-

for any county Mi the Mat. CongreaaUnaJ. l>t..tricl I ford and 23 other : charges were attend _. I |h f>. jm. la.ntl! The PC.:I I'ft orrirlaU, w.r. eon- paiial I. Identifying. the site a*

with the same population. I The reapportionment shakeup Jackson. Calhoun. .. Camp Illnnrtlng. The srchlteo-
Liberty.' Franklin Lion, Gives 5% Hlltp
Clerk Salary (
.Chsu-lea Darby presented also hit Congressional districts hurl firm of Reaves. Branchof
a Hut of errors. InexHvendea kulla. Jefferson. ..... "
Oalnenvtlle Is drawing
| piscine Bradford In a up
and double aa.eeanent.l i ion | Taylor lafayette Dixie. .. the
!huge 24-county: district preliminary plan newranter

11.0111..13 the 1M4. The tax Board roll routinely totaling |I.I Levy 11 ton. Columbia.Buwannee.Baker' Board] To Follow Casey On Tech Center. the neighborhood which: should of a cost million In

Nassau Clay. Putnam
,certified he .hat.Darby dollar for the physical. plant.
also read a letter to .$400 Surprise lachua It combines .. I Official of the company said. '

the Board In which Mate. I the present district of Member' of the Bradford school, as Casey IrA WVIMT-t tll'n. AtdiMasv." and a hose. to keep I Bradford High Ito" -hood l Flname 1' that work on the supplement

Rand Department ..xecutty..taled R.. IIMIlyl County Board of Public Instruction Inc It. Includ/: tf i.dt<>rd These. are In ,addition is< plrrvea (''eati' 11% v...M dirty Officer 13.10 per should be completed within

. that Union County. hmajalready j thews, and Congressman voted to follow Mupt County Lake. Hrtir'r. !"'\ fvtfofd !'! r|1"11/II" such/ U typing spry\ IIrMtorlf( mi *
borrowed to repav Ita School.Board. PXiqua." of A Itha. who I Tom Caaey's lead In efforts to': Htato Fann. Kl(f\VI\I"\ lake> ,. UNik.keeping. hlrh were oncyi'0hlileinl V.h., \ .* ..,'IIt..1! ....ttofl). I''l I.wtey Jr HI Mecr..tary. $150 M. Blackburn prep

part of Ute s-wondary high-way I! potential' opponents for 2)I, locate sn area Vocational Mil- section, Key.t
going past the hydrocarbons 1 i The Bradford School l Board Congressional seat !In the cation Hchool I here, and 'Issued Worthington Hm-l\ .i- *rid! II I filch have become an lnteiiral \, ctldar4 r..il.. lnrlii..' ... In s $300: ; Admlnlatratlve Hecretary pectlon had been' made of the

plant Bradford In Brooker to do the.and same.urging It 1 received a surprise "riff of I election. ('.ton NeffersR I him a salary take of $1.423: 35 small numiM-r'J( (V'vl.l fur! I I I part uf all our llvey'' 1/'lrt./ of piuiitioiwi .Slit the $XI5: llradford. High Secretary Blsndlng site ". and we

Union $400 Tuesdsy Tuewday | adult education tlV I from Os ey said 1 elVlfkrtlwt\ ',l i "will Ivy up U "I! $JOfl; MuuthalilArtnneitUry are .Impressed with the poaslbllllle -

was brought out that ,, J. C. PoppeiL 89. of Hills- p. Clarence '" I This Increases! Ca""ey'. salary baker County. i I 11,. Huperlritendent. "UWltV 't1uew adnple4 ."vertayrtPtm I I Horretary. $360; *." He sab.| that the situation .
worked out
County's board had borough County sent a check. i I Lake Butler appeared" to from $9000 to $10 UJ 3S people from ,Gilts<" .rt''A .rc,'hliectA drawing, of Wan \ : (t\i>ntlniie.l On Page 31 hero I"I unlqu. In that
deal whereby the county
a tIM for "00 and specified' that It |I casualty of the legislative per year have alieady b-eV .t Iptrrllnl red additions. remodeling *lijfrriiuvatlun \ the .groundwork, has already
would ftrainre repavmand
/'oA- I
tlMn be used for the children un- shuffling. Union The Increase wa covered In vocational' edlJe.. WI, ( .-> at. at Bradford County .been UtM. for such a project.
SRI would de-agnate
the the road as primary and maintain derkept and not able to. pay for purposes of electing s a motion by Board Member Bradford County 1 UICasey > c'hlJOll, I : high t Hch""l which woulV) A/ Made Official I ItI'IA "This U .an aMt that the Office .

it by trading Union some.econdary their way"The presentative. was Rodney Hall. that the Huper- said "give u* a basic building. pro -'- -- of Rconumle Opportunity
Board promptly voted with heavily populated inlendent of Public I MU"UC.I', Nine classes In' %O tl..1 .'" to haw what we have-' .In looking for," he aaldBlackburn 1.

. the mileageOn recommendation of that the money be used In the umbla Union's 2.300 I' tlon be paid five per education _..r" Vu,r't' !lad III' iiild a vocational *ch
Commlstoiwr Jerome. Johns'' the Project. Head Start program tered voters will have bove the alary of the next term st Bradford C\/\ ntf 'HlnhHcimil '' huurpnled! mast the. reguUtlm ., / Electrical Kate there was a good chance to

Board deckled not to art on the I .its costing us $720 In 9OItIn electing a Rf'' | hlghent paid employee of the and C **-* ..4.W> fl.r had *; ..l program wvuM' alter V 1 | convince the ORO of the advantage -

matter Just now. It hen also>> matching money, and u for alive against a esrKfldste Bradford County school eye.''I -hoped to be able "fc"> More SO I the iichool l system to ua I"lynlilltiH / of /locating. a women's

rfaaxl to bs> stampedsd' snto t use there couldn't be a better up by their big I I tern.At | units In vocational .4aJULJon la brtter sdvsiitavy' renter outside. the metropolitan

borrowing money to repave Its place." Supt. Tom Casey told I the neatThe the same time Board offered .I',. the IVh tsrH' .lu"lIt duplicating, "Ic.il, Big UsersA area, such" as at Camp

share srverml. times sn reoentrnonthsv I the Board.' linking of Clay I members mere toM thai their He caw the V 4.1\1\ &'" of A ..-...r.l. "'IC"tlun.llICh: ',,' Blending "Mjwt of the trouble

flchool Board Member Bradford make* potential, salaries' would Increase 'from offering the vort'VVt' Claw- w'iil'1. duplicate many of tt\/\\ at HI. Petersburg cam aa a

Tux AseiraiioT Gene [aseg I couldn't remember ever re- Jr ponents of of Bradford Rep A J and", i: but Mrs. Kuby I remit. of putting the center Ina

an official report on retying a gift of money froman August 1Actually preparatory rt.,pbAIt/ that "but If yep\ want to wolf nfflrhtl. wrwn1ty midtown hotel where the
presented Louis Huntley. of Orange I I It I \113 tvnta per' k.li,." -hmr1ft l johns nHxl It
Individual In this way i .1 board members there Is. no stl t .. I I "t'uv.ttar the CIVIC LIMN/
"W* get grants occasionally. now serving him first I votl'doJ try two angles. In theI far sa the atu4etif' i' ,-,tI'.rn'I'd. I III work with you'Aht.r I t\, redeem
First GradeRegistration from big companies. but neverbefore the voting sweeptske be in I effort to. locate s Vocational and with th* (A"<*..fe""ji In j Caey left It up .to IV AIM, t iur averaging" ii.er fMlKWII mln..t.... pertaining| tu SIM'h a outdoor gsmea. and other ren-
would to
from an Individual. appear I Education R rj oot in thiS area school a .trIc'U. yn, tlom.l I board to decide "Whether. %. : > uffWUIysWbtM'i rut lie/ Mid. the manly' .viil.nra '- reallon," Blackburn cold
candidate from I hI'fIJ I 1'|""r year w i*
Casey' said.Popprll I I any since It has An a first step school) system training such ." ermlartrroprrstor. \ .r. going out to "solicit othy ''If i .*.*! Tu_li.y night. he .h<.... ut lh. I.75: r.t_ 1 Although the men's center

Is a former Bradford County in AUrhua Clay Union would I Vlp ,rat" hoard.*. or try to ImproVH ',. hlt r>(I.h.'a city oanrll4ot was. .a latt.r l from the, city en- was turned down here because
County. Superintendent' of I I8ehoola. 10.000 qualified voters- Putnam and Baker Counties. many skills learVl$ t In 5011.5.I < >r County fvhor/l sytenniemhrr \ gue n. Iteynolikt, Smith, and of high costa of new construe
For ,. thaI
Bradford's edebl'h'nants
In his letter he said I 1 double will be' asked If they want tago preparatory claaV. I II A l. ww>n remlnv J./ tww hula. nuggmHnaT. the move. l tlon. Blackburn said. the worn
... Inn ) tK )ta IMl eras
SOLTIISIDE: AND\' that h* first taught In Brad. U."nMt along with Bradford in a 'O()oa l r young pVW h* flU" U> '! rd the mfnrr how the Jr.l.I'1'I ', \ < y .riri. who stiterml r en's renter would cost much
old! practice of ( "nJI.ttI ,t/l will av- Attorney
ford County In IM7 at Barnes. bid for a strVtly area vocational think he said.' "itvil \brush of rff irt for s Junior, Cones' > tnt'I 1 teem and he thinks the cost of a y
STARKE the hwpdars
wh /AomxirrMinth \ reoc.Mt
man's ajrre-eme'nt the rfue.l
He served from lo to un artiooL the vocational ,1t,1\J-\ bmeded' 1 __ith Als : I
ELEMENTARY: two counties. llnke.1. t.oc 1lA II ,pet for .aa t"'.g I ha. l\I..r" n" salil he had l
as Bupertndentent. Then If they are not interMed today and tomoH#, ,Alb for suet .. b.* Justified over a five-year
I lanethe. >n r TuMMlayami '
In district would take n.rn" "n. ng
July 1 12 16 H. said he went back to. the a Bradford's Hehool the bright students. ,tlon of Board menilsrr. Art llolldyajd. ,, 'I \11 A .year right. the ,epr.eentallve. coitbl' period.\ a.. opposed to paying
eanddt: UeSM. ( ltv
University for his law detreeIand I. putting legislature up a to board. wlU resume efforts toward of vocstlonsl frtW''Ie"\ 1o' "It Is CJI.Ir r...spnnslMllv'\ ktina' rt.ntrue' n- Inn ,...1 .."I.n, th. letter clearly to j I around $1OO,Ono rental annually .
8:30: .\. J1.2:101'11. practiced low obtaining the school Jut training In our r",fVM I' will in ke.p non tame st a "mind I '* I.Mlshvv hurt. II. sksa auggmtiMl, the for a hotel I. as the oFt
thing of the The a4 I'P'f.' "
part hii c yet
Now PoppHl ls a Justice of for Bradford County and It.lmm.law only slow our piptfvse" s. fat mum. end V ..he the p "'IV'" ... I Is doing' si the present time.
philosophy Is more apt \ tlllr.t".h.< .. ot the" > 'uw.1 met Immediately' t< gel
Birth l.tin'alIut the pram In HUlsborough at area >I i aa the student I U lbncmrtn'4 the mot for their Ktv\1'' I the 1.71 rent Ire said! the proposed centerwould
I II i p.lky on
"every man for hlm.fR.r .. vrvheVlII, swivel the ilry1 'I
II yean of age. "We are not disagreeingwith "We've beets (ftdallyworking _Y bit for 300 gtrU. age 19through
) He Prt.ente He said he wanted to gtv Henator Charley Johns tJrlV'V. \ Ut ..'r. 'I ran for thw / wwe alreadycomplete
this week If he will wear /h 1"t n.ioh.rVt I
say I
the money to the children so the new CIa,- nwlford .. Ca ey explained, "tlm. Is moat not lust. tryln \I' }lnip onto' the I ides of "invrvlingprudently molls, KWII "bawd on ,fnnf iii.YAne l for Ihm new. HoH. ..k.y'I training In perhaps 1 IS areas
that they too may have a kmportsntWhere ." a plum that's JI\/t/ t V>ft pkk< I It there I lot. 'All.t ( I! Inn to 'iff the rate. r InrliHllntc clerks, b.mutlctan.homemaking. .
Touls .. CAthrn.y: go cheaper
UM Huntley and Mm ::
This Spat Contribute! fiance Johns and I differed ed" M saidVoestlonsl need, fm for .grtiirHr. "I aa/ I | and many oUf
If It 'I'a.h'.tThe '
good friends. n* said'' thugPlere also pr.a.nLeI
Weekly to P.Midz* He said he could never U that I was working up eUV* t HI hot have to. Walt ,, V'ItM+ir. tfwt the Yciepilal. tau .kw., r"(. lint. eamo un-
thank Bradford County enouch the application pertaining to Bradford C'-4"a" selsnnb i public srhool kinoorgsrUn Th. center would employ *
Community EvenU ky then to make up my J d,,.raged.. lig.Mly.. 'peep eon. 0111. ...v rttwiKalnn In ronnrrionwtth I
"for what have Bradford County and 0tU'Imml'dlaCl irwrud fo"v'r ..00\j1
thy ,' last year h.llrva people I staff of about 120. with economic
Aeaatarb/"' / etl.ekOn drvrin6 t>>.. hag<< year. July InASpfU.ptA the Holiday. Inn peoplewhet
The done for me." x-rrice area while! Vocational ssrV'J'u'Ctwwn* participate In a iTMrate ynrif" benefits to the ares of
CommunityState the senatorial front lie,. lt4seMY.r.I ws4 "IIIIld.r-
The! Board members rnstroc. he was speaking In lfrm ofan eronomirs. sutow XHy" ffi*.h- tonal fscllltf: than.we pfo: I lhI that about, $07 OOO per month.In .
ted Casey to write a letter of Charley" E. Johns of ,. art'a...hal ta mere ate. snlr daea pro"-/V1v .1.'.rtronlrs .*ntly hsv partlo'tpatJn:'' eosrer r-,.mvne9ti.aki1V&wa / rg "",," "tttnll >her." The I' Introducing the EDR of.fklala. .
Bank win flnUh out his term .. .,......... rmmnl. a.'..rt upset the I 79with
/ tn > "')
thanks and asked that Pop- _'M""' Cary told the yor.tlorl.1 *>tllf. ""'lw Csa."y said night I Pta Novak Chamberof
pelTg letter be Included In the I II s runs to. Mol. but win beard member v ration dl* r1btir *"r r.tl
I I minutes of TuewUr's meeting (Continued On Page The application& for the r.U,.. 1tItrltMaa and I "pas. driver bor iauMd a ran 1\\ .vs. furluy. rot any Ur whim. I C..n'ln"< nn Page His. ( .nUn...f Oft Page Twe|

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Mrs. Lucila Davis spent theweekend 'from the new six-county: district and the Supicnv; Court ueleet your favorite ..

with Mr. and Mrs. II. In 1968 he may be pitted Properly Owners "I've no 111 feelin ruung'l I BROOK fountain pow ]

O. Davis Jr. In Gainesville against veteran Sen. B. C. anyone who prote'trd[ ; I OBAI'H. ,i

WtiA Mr. and ;Mrs. L. F. Smith Pearce of Palatlca. their' right and privilege," he

r Jr. and family of Paxton will Pearce will be allowed to said. 1Mo'OSiCt:

arrive Friday for several days run for only a two-year termIn Protest Values Plastic Notebook I.ZI ]

visit with their parents Mrs.Lucila 1966 Instead[ of the usual TILE' RIGHT POINT for the TELEGRAPH. I

GLADYS MOOTY Davis and Mr. and Mrs. four-year] In order that his way ;you write. Come In and

Smith Sr. term will expire In 1968 when r-- I
Pboae 964-0651 T.Local admittances to Bradford thQ new senatorial district (Continued From Page 1) the amount of Insurance: on I
; ,
I the property Smith replied:
County Hospital week goes Into effect. If reelectedIn Arch Thomas Jr. of Starke !In know it's
I don't really a
, lira. H. A. Lawson spent i Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mur- Include: Mrs. Mandy L GrlffW, 1966 Sen. Pearce will represent ,which Thomas (gave two area I

landap and Monday in Wet| phy and family of Alachua Mrs. Alma :Mary Jackson Wll! all counties In the new for one acre of Container group"Can policy. furnish the figures -j,

.t.lIJl Bcuoh. and Lake Wales. spent the weekend with Mr. Uo H. Foster, Mra. Thelma Al- district at the 1967 cession, land. The purchase price of ? you 0
Roberts asked."That's
Jla7es EltZcuth Lawson and and Mrs. W. P. Reames.Mr. varez, Os l 1e Wynn, Mrs. Edna except Bradford. the Thomas land was $100 per I

I '!'\TY Deloy tit J West Palm and Mrs. AI Harley 111 I Ray Crawford, and Mrs. Alice The new senatorial redistricting acre Roberts said. privacy. an. ."Smith.. Invasion answered.>pf ,my a ,
jjcach returned with her for and family of Merritt Island H. McIntosh, all of Starke. ; ChUB sets up a possi- MacCarthy replied that.
: .wo days visit, and Joey and spent Friday to Tuesday with Mrs. Earner V, Lowery of ble race'In 1968 between Senators Container had only timber "It would give the Board an

,Andy Jordan Of Lake Wales their parents Mr. and Mrs Brookcr; Ewell F. Craft of Pearce and Johns, who', rights on the land.Second Idea the house of the" value Roberts you told place, him.on M

: 'dlurned with her for a week's Harley Sr. And Mr. and :Mrs. Lawtey; Mrs. Murlle Mae have been close: Senate friendsfor timber representative -' '
IIo1IL U.utley )[c&e. Crews of Lake Butler; Mrs almost 20 years. to appear was John Corrl- "Then the Board ?won't." Smith con.: .LAYftWAY: SALE!
,, Mr. and :Mrs. Jioi CbastecnKM Mr. and Mm.,.J. "%. Lawson Sarah Jane Clrlffls! of Moxville; With, the retirement of lion attorney for the Gillman my protest .

of Travuiea were weekend and son, Hal, 'spent last week and Mrs. Pearl B. Goetzman Senator S. D. Clarke of Mon- Paper Company, who said: sna-pped.
After being assured the
Board Smith/ sail he
I tru.1 of Tavaros were vtttttMulsrueaU daughter 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Keystone Heights. "' the "dean" of the Florida proposed assessments will would IIM* !!
, of Mrs. A. A. Bogged HU'uing Jr. In Odeiiton, Md.Debra Mr. and -VIra. J. a. Jackson Senate at the 1967 session drive timber companies out of would be willing to sell the
\ Harding. were vlaitlny Mr. and Mrs\ Don house for $39.000.:
$rin: Fitzgerald, GaMv and Don business, therefore the values
"Even at 15 mills and
llhey attended tholr 2utli, yuur ttaued,, with, them for 1'8-1 Ray Tllluy in Jacksonvilleover
timber land not
placed on are $39,000: I will have to the
I here. the weekend Chamber pay
high< school clung Reunion! weovl..it SeeksWomen's
to another
equal company
Mr. and Mrs Ilerncil L Thorn- Mr. and : 1rd. :Mack L. Williams Mr. ''and :Mrs. J. C. Vlnlng' county and city $75: per monthto BLANKETS
still able to
which Is earn a
live In the house. I don'tbelieve
rwi 'and daughter, Kathluun, Jr. and daughters ofSw.t'I'n and family!! of Palatka were
return that will allow< them to
hadsue weekend guc tdat'" their;, N. Y. ore visiting. Mr. Monday vlaitors of Mr. and CenterContinued survive." you could rent it for
tinjp 'in Uie scrub, CluirLafVlcr 1 mid :Mrs.: Williams'Sr. 'for ten Mrs. L. D.. Vlnutg. $150, Smith added.
I T. Independent
E. Hawes,
and Or and Il.t. Don I -lays. Mr and Itrs. T. T. Long Jr. He also challenged the $7.-
forester from Valdosta, Oa
Weldon returned of Atlanta []a. spent the week 950 assessment on 10 acres of N
aid l Chubb ol Winter Park. Mrs. Gladys ( From Page One! brought in by Cortlstuu saId ha
land in with 12
Friday from two weeks visit end with Col. and Mrs. Lone; Hampton '
r.- .-.. -" ,- with her son-in-law and daughter Mra. Mildred Mailings worth "We have already Invested a- had cruised!: the "land In ques- rental houses on the tract, LADY PEPPERELtTHERMANOYA E ,
U""W. -- tion using the Florida Forest
Mr.'and Mrs. Charles Patrick and Timothy Strickland of bout $18,000 In our efforts to and assessments' totaling iC3.- I
In West Florida. Mr. and Starke, and Kenneth Vlckeryof obtain the men's center, so I Association yardstick "I came 600 on five parcel of timberland I +
: 301 Mrs. Patrick and family returned Lake 'Butler are patients In think we should salvage what up with" a value of $18.84 per totaling 662 acres. Smith I

.. with Mrs. Weldon for Doctor's Hospital. we can by trying for this acre he said. At present said he has received only $132
.- earning figures! the timber- rent from the 12 homes 'n the -
the weekend.At Mrs. Pearl Edwards, Mra. smaller women's center )
: DRIVEINOpen' : hle Green of Chicago, Ill. Millard Judd, and Mrs Hazel Novak said he had been Assured man has only 44 cents per acre past six months and.: that he'
; .. ,i;ent the weekend with his hutch wore visiting Mr. *and bv some of those who he left added.after expenses and taxes values the land at around SI\\ 599tferaul ,

mother, Mrs. 'I.. J. Green. Mrs. T. K. Herndon in ValdoataCo. opposed the men's center on per acre.
"Income seems to be an Important -
Rev. J. R. Brabham and son, over ttta weekend. the grounds that It would When Smith mentioned thr
factor. Mr Corrlirnn. I MO$1 ]S.:4 .ondlIio..d 61..1.1 i ee8, '
7:13Show Johnny, Greg Rlherd and John Mrs Carolyn Redgrave spent "Imbalance" the community 10-acre tract, Long looking
Should we look at t the Income 871. WMM kh bkitivt brMtlw far
lime 7:15 Lee are attending the Junior the weekend with Mr. and Mrs bpraus of It* size: that they somewhat angry, brought' tit) I .. solar, k. warm b wtafarf
from the land or at the) mill.? /a. yet *p*
ADMISSIONAdults :\ High; Christian AdventureCamp I Brad Locks In Jacksonville. would not actively oppose the Chairman Roberts asked The the former Methodist Church Pt.,. N.pgwa. s.p-1ort mckniv (Mi* 7-INCH
nt the: Methodist Youth Brenda Roberta will spend, women's center' property In Hampton ,.h1c.l1 HUclrar. loftr. Mrm rl I ComplctvtyU eIh.bl..
73e Student{ 60e Cump, In Liaaiburg this 'week, the next three weeks with her Dr T. O. Plt h. a new point was not pursued however Smith owns. Long accu.-ftJ! ci.- Mlid colon. 72a9Pi. LOFT

Children Under 12 Free nev. Brabhrxm is teaching! a. uncle and aunt Mr. and :,I". ,! nr-mber of the Chamber Smith of getting by since: 1959
cutirae Vhllc' ITiere. Bill Brown in Nashville. Tenn. ,[ hoard sold "I was opposed to William F. Miller a Rayonfore.tel' or 1960 with that property on

7 URSJM Y FRIDAY Mr. and Mr*. Jimmy Weldon Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzell I the boys; ramp as :you all icy slid his protestwas the exempt list and paying/ no FAMOUS PEPPERELL

; July 8, 9) and family( Jacksonville are of Orlando were visiting their know. I will also be against ) based on unfair taxation taxes whatever. on It.
with other agricultural

*' ., pending:.this week at the Wel- parents, Mr. and Mrs F. K.Bellinger the training center for women compared "Send me a bill and I'll pay 'Rose Romance'
Double( Feature Programrwaaimtriii dun Lutlnga: on Crystal Lake. over the weekend. for the same reaon, because activities." Ux I It In the next mall if you
I Robert F Simpson. : representative -
:"11'11. Ivey William and Mrs Mrs. ICtte Sheppard ofBrunswick. T ennnot agree with the whole I think I'm robbing the county"
i ,
: : .Is setuPttsot::; anon Grossman of Port St.Ucotgs Ga. spent Fridayto ronrept of the poverty pro Glass Co. said for the Owens-IUlnols assessmentof : Smith retorted. He added that :A ...... 6...I ., 114% .v.R -
... ''tJ3tK, iHJRttd r ru. were: gucata of Mr. and Wednesday: with Mrs J. A. gram. Hut." h'l old( "d "I will 'was the first time he het ever .% mS d.-. t he....".. ....Pge.ra 91
? Mis. Uufoia: Mitchell last Wednesday Griffin at Camp Dlandlr,&,. not wnrk ni hurl anlnst thi* $8467 on his company'sland appeared before the Eq''+al1.oa-I .p r4oA Rawl. ColorfulPEPPERELTS res.ar 5
: W44ON? MacI.aINE: and Thursday. E W. Hayes In convalescing. protect as I .JM the last one." is arblU'-v.! : He said the tlon Board for his personal ;, .. ....... ...._. ns

.1, .T". HDfiMM( 'Mr. uur, Rlt"h., ase ment method allows nothing benefit and slid he has paid I ..

J :L'.?. irc i' 8L11Nwf.i.i,... tt, Nor/ co. La. were weekend a)" In Alathua General JVnckburn' ,natrl.! "We don't aM that for quality Long and didn't growth have many dollars In taxes In Brad-'I'II

f ,sdcsts, : of Mr. and Mrs. I* M. Hospital.!' know that th",.e Job corps. sefhe ford County. I
nc Mcotor MAMMON Sif::-iSAT.JULY time to see all the property On his
li< Dr. end Mrs R. S. Mullinsand answer W. ran't cure all tlmberland. Smith
PLUS i.Uc., and! Mia Edward!; S e* family attended the funeral the world's! llli..-but we cnn j Long replied that the flzure said he "can't mtke it at $1.30
of $7.:10: an acre on the company'a -
4 sera at Orlando were Saturday of Mrs Mullitii': grandmother, try." I taxes per acre per yetr At 19:
\UItoi: of Mr, and Mrs. J. 1.. Mrs. C W. White, In Ocala I return tiled earlier was mills that's what Urn taxer

C .$AdIWWGl.wa r "Guntry. Sunday afternoon.. Four FFAcrs Just as arbltary If not moreso. would be on Und assessed 1 at '
\ Mrs. Shu.rrod..: Hamilton and I $100 per acre. He -cfuscd: to
Charles Onlv two local property named figure at which' he
three sows arc visiting ielatlve a
10 ) Tain.vcie: \weekend. guests of lit Winder, Ga. over the Set Forestry owners appealed before the would be willing; to sell the ,I..

Mi", and! :Ml-s. llul-ry UiuCili.Mm w'i:eltouil.! Board Ardell Crosby and I land however, An. said he -

Jllitrl8 rwira..M J. 11. ii'lelJs) was visiting Mrs Myrtle, Anderson spent Camp Week Foster Shi Smith. didn't know the coed of his Improvements III 4
a ":anu ell Mr aid. :HIis. Robert TAn-, the weekend In Cocoa with Crosby claims a warehouse! to It I' Ei'I

,. .w 'nei1' In Ucridwln over the week- Mr. and Mrs. John Anderoon. Four Bradfor-t: Hlsh School assessed at $4 500 Is actually ",,tn Itla,01>&AktII. f.,s Bradford .
t worth onlf $8.00(1."lle'sald( John Anderson Jr left Saturday FFA memhrfX will leave Sunday timber grower said; the. laud' I
: 10 end.itr and MM. A. O. Loudon for Germany with his afternoon for a week at he's offered It for sale( at should not be aast"spet;: at over I

: "'' ,3 Big Elvis I flits tuiil family and :Miss MIll g'ie grandmother. Mrs. Loehmann, the 31st annual Forestry $3.000 and had no takers $.10 or $39 per acre st 15 mills I WARM'CORONADO1 NEW! LADY PEPPEREICREVERSIBLE: i

'. t'.____ .. DoW'lingspoiil; Sunday at St. to upend the summer Training Cnmp at O'Leno When Crosby questioned how He offered to pay the board |
-1. .1 ,..v- ... Augustine and Monday at Mrs. Grace Richardson and State Par< nenr High prI1J.! the Hoard would Arrive at a members $5 each to Inspect ,
-, .wKcniDDwtv. lUdnHow Splines. Mrs. Frank Norton of Largo Mike Howarand! RobertStarling cash value for the property each of the three parcels when [ .
':: ( Mills Linda Wasdln of Sorasnta were visiting Mrs Myrtle Anderson Chairman Roberts replied that Chairman Roberts asked per;,
'' ELVisPPOSBy Mr parents, last week. both seniors, will attend similar or as near like prop. 1 mission to view ........ we ..",. ... ......, ........ ......
,-...' wen visiting from Ill,' Etaike Chapter. erty' as possible! would be the Jlropt"rty.The ...... w r.M All .4o., ....... a4a HekCARP'S ....... v.l..ee. 99
1 -KID Galahad Mr, and Mrs. David Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sch i and Gregory Alvarez and and the otter was refused how- : c.-,......, .......... 4,99 ......... ...... t..i 5
, found In the
'' _...4"". last. :Monday. to Wednesday wab of Merrltt Island will Lloyd Bryan, both sot>ho- county ......., ..... __ na-- ... ealrq --.... fbl$
.,.".",, "-Cft 1 ,.IiWIlt uN1e.R aanp,1e Ml'u Edward Burns and Mrs. spend the weekend/ with Mrs. motes, will go' front the Bradford parcels would be compared. ever.Only other property;:! owner1 I
--- ,,1III DII.... 1I the 1 Assessor\ Long said Cronbv :
." //1'- W U. Sioxgliu/ attended Myrtle Anderson. Chapter. They will rttmn to appear was Gary Ennl of
', Sikntit. ire' lloKlotia) Library Mills Beth Ford of Miami Is next Friday nl1tht has a legitimate complaint If Tampa who owns th? property: '
.... PLUS Htaff. meeting: In Ualnosvlllc on visiting! Mre.\ C. F. Ward for More thin 230 Fl'A he Is willing to sell the prop- on Call Street' occupied' by
members -
1 uevoiul l day I erty for 5.000, but added he Dahmer's Gift Shoo
Wednesday.! from all parts of Florid and two BLANKETS"
: ., want John Adams of the University Among those visiting the will attend<< tw intensive one- owns a second piece of propertv frame dwellings on Fast Madison \ ,

'. )-f a I of GuorgU and Miss PuuhtRuch Quigley Museum on Cherry St | week bcsulont sUeasing! trainIng In town that Is assessed' at I Street. He said! h<" would ..._4ft....., Z4'.e1r ........, i1 .,'

-. '' .... f/J LIFTCCLlES ". of HtunavviLk Ga. spent Moml! iy were "II'A. T. E.'Dun. I in practical forcatiy mcod.s ,!!!- half what Crosby Is asking; for ', sell the Call Street property Twee ha ss.; ..... c....... F

tf1 ., I the V-eukund< with Or. and .Mrs.II fan andi 1 rs. Warren Silver of'' tropli:4l forestry gum It. i I for $19.000; It Is esteae'd oil' Peel Ce.trd....____..1"99 99
II. Ada ma. I tJalnojvirlo, The boar:! asked Crosby to|I 23300.
/ : : 1 faimltiu 'o.v'si fire pievrntlon supply further information Arlr.ci.. Wtbre..bIe .heat 12 t ak v a'
Airs John Oieunevljifed
Mr and '
and control: farm forestry The Board den'M'! assessment control sls.
giv perfect
end said 1 the warehouse wouldbe .pinC'art )
: -Mi'. und. :Mm.: II L
i tree. Identli't-aU; : n, woods lore inspected. I reductions to John R B.s.t>f.l solid colon.

': "IFOI..I.DWI Chantey Mond.i.v' In Montkcllu! on I, Board Follows I forest }Insects ana disease' outdoor Smith SAid the total cost of Woodrum who hM propertyassessed :

1, recrcntlRit and wildlife i I at $10.100 on Santa
_. "N"'II' his home was $33.000, but I
management. I Fe Lake, anti C H, Baker. Jr. FAMOUS 'FRUIT OF THE LOOM'
I when Chairman! Roberts asked
: I.DQJAM Casey's LeadI Campers are vocitlcnal: I for property assesjel I at $11.-I ,

: -: COLOR nfciai. Humcir e111ubW1ad." agricultural students who 100. Neither W
: ANI) FLORIDA have! demon'tratd an InterestIn try make up; the Instructionalstaff I the meeting but Assessor x rjr 1r
i I From Huge 1)) forestry through school Camp counselors include presented their will ten complaints -

projecU.Professlot!. vocational virlculture teach. |I to the Bonrd. D.cot.r 'by

,BLUE 'HAWAII THEATRE County l\ri li.tciiRn Finance Officer. $175
I. ',,>- 'I I County Payroll Clerk $4761; : the Floildt K'>rest Service. the ers.The camp, oldest of its kind I "it Is not a personal light' .'. edsiges wit. colored bcwdw. 5

Ctyel l\Iecl1"nlo$150 ; University >r Florida: Schoolof I In the natlin. Is financed by i with him but tha-, he Is attempting :/ Uncoedflon.Ay; ....,u.-.d.
SUN.. MON., TUIJS. hUtJml'Veckday 7 ; and '"- I
,iiaaat tothe chief Forestry slid: private India- the forest products Industry : to abide by the law Fib! do.ii*. t Ha beds
., ;,. July II,. II', I.'t; I iSunday ::1 1:00: Saturday. I Ir ; mechanic
$423. I
Double Feature ProgiOnir '
FRIDAY. --).SATURDAY "Pay for substitute teachers
I ? i July 9, 10 i.. was lrcicaseJ ,The nchedulo''

Double Feature Program II f was changed from $::::0 $13
$7 to I30-M.1 $10. The

I I BOUDOIR OR BATTLEFIELD I temporary' ;\ or intern will l be ,, Down Delivers Appliance

paid $it: and the non ccrtl any
I I m Sean Cannery'/ i fled Aiibstlcute $10 per day s

II \ ., Cuipy Paid/ nbO'it S13000'w
I < Went" test '
r aMRD aare0p.aM9ka ; seR.J\1iON Yf'AI' on substl-
I. V 91 t'' I tut teRch.*.,,' unlailef. All -
.-- PIAJS '1. A motion was made by E. At

QUIi4 "'n.llun, lnttrn iionil Ptttwn. JV Snpp nd secoi'''d' d bv H FamousNames
r1' : r1FPV.NSOaa A. Lawson that travel
; pay for -
: pa1t1crtJ/1eIJ. PLUS hoard members to nu'''Uiwi, bi

:.;. :: (lJJL I sot at ten Bents: per mile for BodcocltTerrific )
-ounty and the state: t
< policyon
: ; tot Moses is his name. mlllatte
/; pct dlpm.
! I .V:(.:-.JA4WhU..1'IIUU.. stealing Africa is bis came! out of country travel. on Hotpoint
' .. Tile\ bon rd.voted to buy two ''

t" : !: ., Fill.t Robert Carroll I Jots 000. The from,property F. B. Heard is I melted for'*6 In. ". Maytag H!! ,I Selection I

IV\ July 11. IS. IB"Double Mitchum BaKer the middle of Bradford High = To 'C'Fro-

: Feature Vrournm .nt INSSPIIOtt' IIGI I School grounds They voted to Norge % i
gue Dcanl' 60 diy in \ :: % :
'i whichto r'-'L- ::: Zu/

J ot.tba .= Ii remove the property.The building locatedon ::: V

Casey said that State COOS

.......axrr.ml..III'ITI' I capital: Outlay: debt service)
i II I money could be used to purchase -I WE FINANCE OUK OWN Refrigerators Freezers Gas and Electric' Ranges


I e/''aeMlsiaYsihrees PLUS Jerry July 11.Lewis 1:. 13 I, LegislativePosition <: WE SELL, Washers Dryers \Wringers Hot Water

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PLAYS 7 WACKY Open All Day Wednesday

:: Is Weakened and Until 9 P. M. Friday FLOOR

-: +y. :tJ "THE FAMILY! Continued Prom Pace Onffl 1

; '..r-.rLtW=- I V ent only hLa home county: of DUD, YAUN.: Owner and Manager W. S. BADCOCK FURNITURE & APPLIANCE ASSOCIATE TORE

a.ar.cw- BrodfoM In the 1967 LejUU-

J ,! ture. if he runs for Senator|

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r I Paulk ReunionAt MYP. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings I Peace the veteran's death. I last. Dixon suggests potential All ,'..<1110.. of the ...t.t. of state the place or renldcnce and
6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: Corps Dixon says a new law was claimants we their VeteranCounty Thomas. Neal Lyon Crosby LakeMr. art* lu rtliy ttttifi Mnil rwiulriMlto tint .uml must l 10. worn to by
Fireside. S:30.Monday : Tests SetSaturday passed which permits payments Service Officer, or rile any claim or d..niand. the .claimant hi* scent. or his
11 ; Circle 2 meets of the burial allowanceIn write to him at P. O. Box 1437. which they may hav .aln.t attorney or It will become told;
and Mrs. Dave Paulk mil 10' ..state In the office of the ...coor with Mrs. Nell Andrews and such cases, if .
claim St.
a Is Petersburg! Fhi.In '
were hosts at the annual Paulk county' Judge of Bradford County July lilt 1166.
Mis. C. T. Wade hostesses. 3 flied within two years of they I Florida.{ In the courthouse at Lola Champion Lon +
family reunion on Sunday at I 4'ituatir jMila '. .*..nrt. In .
date Hlurk". KIoi-liU. within nix calendar LoOI.A I I-IIA.VTPIO.V: I.TOM
GLADYS p. m. Methodist Men's Club of correction of
MOOTY the discharge .
\ their home on Crosby Lake. I "% .01! .'.e Hrmirurd 1'sr.rr. month. front the dote rat tex.'utrlx of th. Entat) ofThoniaa '
Phone 964-0651 Dinner meets in Fellowship: Hall 7 An opportunity for Starke or dale, enactment of I .'''..1.1... t Ihr first tiiiltUcatluii'. wf tltla noIU N.at Lyon, >Ur.aa*".
was served on long:i p. m. residents to offer their the law. whichever In !'.. K:.ltv i>r Tin..mm Neal ,, >.. Kuril.: flalin or demand' 74' 7/19
tables in the carport and swimming area occurs 1.1"n. it t..i'.iifMlNUTIl'H I
i! Tues.. July 13-Circle meetings abilities to the Peace Corps meet br In writing and must, J
and skiing: was. enjoyedduring : :; ; TO CURDITOHM !
at 10 a. m. as follows: will come at 9 a. m.. Saturday. '
AVoman's Club I Rev. W. E. Hall I i, Enjoying the afternoon.the occasion: were I, No. 1 at home of Mrs. I* D. July 10..at Room 131. Federal I
Vlnlnn !.""o. 4 at home of Mrs. SB First Ave.,
Building. 351 o J
Park Receives Celebrates 85th :Mr. and Mrs. EOlson Paulk of .
Charles Sawyer; No. S at Gainesville. .
Whlthouse. Gary Paulk of Miami 3
Beautification Birthday MondayRev. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks home of Mrs. T. T. Long. The opportunity is the k\ ; .. 1
Paulk of Lake City Miss Mary Wed. July 14-Circle meetIngs Peace Corps Placement Test, :: es
The", Starke Woman's Club W. E. Hall retired pastor I Paulk of Valdosta Mrs. at 10 a. m. as follows: which is not parsed or failed
I City Park underwent a face of the Pine Level Baptist : Frances Stone of Woodbine, No. 3 at home of Mrs. Foster and you can't study for it. h:
\s lifting last Wednesday morning Church celebrated Ms 85th: Ga., Paul Paulk of Daytona Smith; Circle 8 at home of measures general aptitude and
when Mrs. C. A. Knight birthday Monday with open Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mrs. Drew Reddish. Junior the ability to learn a langu Inc.
and her committee, with the house at the parsonage on Paulk of Pearson Ga., Mr. and Choir practice. .4 p. m. Prayer age. If. for example test .+tt o
assistance of Edwin Smith State Road 100 west. Mrs. Billy Manning and Mrs. Meeting. 7:30.: scores Indicate limited language
and his crew of workers from Summer flowers in attractive Jeffery Wiley fo Jacksonville Thurs., July 15 Chancel acquiring ability the SEMIANNUAL
the City Stract Department. arrangements were" usedin and Mr. and Mrs Ervin Andrews Choir rehearsal 7:30: p. m. Peace Corps tries to place the
took over the responsibilities decorating and the centerpiece and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon applicant in an English-:
of pruning and cleaning the for the dining table was Reddish of Stark. and speaking area. The test is
composed of orange and white their families. Recent Births used by the Peace Corps only
area.This was the project which gladioli and giant daisies. The Some of the gutwts, stayed as a tool In the matching of
the Woman's Club took on as buffet in the dining room helda from Friday to Monday.. Bradford County Hospital Volunteers and jobs. The JjJJ Liii 4.
their responsibility for the unique arrangement' of eight announces' the following birth. : Peace Corps application Is the
Spring Beautification of orange" gladioli and five white First GraderRegistration Mr. and Mra. James Kendall most Important Indicator of
Starke. giant asters.Dinner Starke. a daughter Connie I suitability for Peace Corps .
All persons In the area are was served at noon, SetMondayFriday Jean July 1. service. It must be filled out -,;=' --'oI"::: !.. "
urged totry and keep the and cake and punch were served Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Looney and brought to the exam un- "-'- .
park free from litter and defacement during the afternoon with Maxvllle 6 son, David Wayne less previously submitted.
that It may be an Mrs.' Vernle Thornton presidingat July 1.Mr. Applicants should plan on
,, area ofbeauty,, for all to enThe the punch bowl and Mrs. Registration will" be heM and Mrs. Calvin Goodman about one and a half hours at Just Say "Charge It" On Our Option Charge PlanDAN
Joy. Fate Brown serving the cake. Monday through Friday July Stacks a son.' Calvin the testing renters unless _
committee was assisted Also assisting. .in serving were 12-18. for all first-graders Daniel, July S. they wish to take the Spanish -- ---
also by four little helpers who Mrs. Virgil Owen and Mrs. planning to attend Southslde Mr. and Mrs. GeraM U Warren or French language achievement RIVER CANNON'S THIRSTY
worked diligently in cleaning Gladya Reeves of Tallahassee. Elementary; and Starke Elementary Stark, a daughter Susan test which requires an
the grounds. They were Larry Over 100 guests called during I I School during the Peek. July 6.FIRST. additional hour, MUSLIN SHEETS 'I BATH TOWELS
Edwards and Keith. David the day, and out-of-town J 1909-66 term. Hours for registration : 'iusyr
and Kenneth. Tetstone. Don- guests were from Lake Helen, will be from 8:30: a. m. Two Year Limit
nie Thornton and Gary Cole- Lake Butler, Dundee. Tallahassee to 3:30: p. m. BAPTISTrill'RCII v
man were the other membersof Lake Mary Dunne lion.San.! Each child registering must STARKE On AllowanceFor .2 $1.47 2 For 88e
the City crew. ford, Dade City Tampa. Jack-I present birth certificate, or BurialM. :
The onvtlle, Boyne City Mich., some other proof of date of Sermons for Sunday. July
Woman's Club
com Savannah (;..., and Rome. Ga. birth, and the results of a 11-Morning: This Do In Remembrance ) Heir. 59c Each;
mittee wishes to thank those I T. Dixon. of the Floridarkpartment 72 x 99-He*. $1.9!
physical examination are re- |I of !Me. (Luke 92181. :-
gave a helping hand In of Veterans Affairs
this moat worthwhile project. : Brenda Roberts quired. | Evf'nlnlJ-.Aa Good Steward's announces that a claim 72 x 10*. Heir. $2.0!) _._ _________________ $1.57 MATCHING: HAND
Parents are advised that the of the Manifold Grace For
Dinner Birthday PartyMra. paper they may have filled out ''of God. I II Pe. 4:101: for the statutory .burial allowance Twin Fitted He*. $2.09 _________________ $1.57 TOWKI.S; 3 88ceg.
PartyIs concerning choice of schoolsfor Schedule of the week: Sun- must be filed lthln two 39cIfATCIIING

Given For George W. Roberta. Jr. their child did not take day-Worship. 11 a. m, and years of the veteran'a death. 81 x 99!). lie"*. $2.09!) ____________ $1.57
entertained at a party Thursday the place of registration.. ) 7:30: p m. Sunday School. 9:45: One of the requirements' U
Engaged Couple I afternoon July 1, for her Since Southstde Elements: .. m. TrainingUnion, 6:15: p. I that the veteran must have 81 x 108, Ke r. $2.29 ______________ $1.77
daughter Brenda, on her sixth has a capacity only two classrooms I m. Wednesday--Prayer MeetIng. been released from service under WASH CLOTHS/ 6 For 88C
Mr. and Mrs Gene Shaw, I birthday.The of first graders. enrollment 7 p. m. I conditions other than dis Double Fitted. Kjr. $2.29!) _______________ $1.77 Ita g. 19c
Mr. and Mrs. Johns, honorable. If however, a veteran
Randy ') refreshment table was !, will cease when that I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby. covered) with a yellow sheet rapacity is reached It was an TilE RIGHT POINT for the" Is discharged\ under dishonorable 13.1 count muslin' Nheelx. and pillow cnwen'" with
and Mr. ant: Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -I with the inscription, Happy I nounced. way you writ. Crnno In and' conditions his discharge balanced weave for added Mtrenirth. 100%;: American Thinly terries from Cannon In bold solids and
entertained a delightful Birthday Brenda scrawled may be corrected t .either lab tented and In favorite color Priced to
in I select. year favorite KSTKRRKOOK : cotton approved.<< Stock up your mntchlnir stripes 9
dinner party In the the center' with crayon.Th. ten Methodist Church fountain pen. TF.I.E-i before or after his death. linen' closet at this low price. sieve you money Buy 'em by the dozen and RA VEtCANNON'S !
yard of the Shaw home last little II'Irl1ell.. and their I OR.U'U. When corrected after his
Saturday evening honoring mother signed their names on I! Schedule for the week death next of kin frequentlydid CANNON'S ItOVAL FAMILY: CANNON'S HETTER
Andy Chamotlss and his fI- '' the cloth also with colored ; not have sufficient time ROYAL FAMILY
ancee. Miss Ellen Klemmt of I crayona. The cloth: warn. later ,, ':U a. m. Morning Worship School. Plastic Notehm. >lis tl.JO al the, to file a claim for the burial PERCALESHLKACIIKD BATH TOWELSHATH
Jacksonville, who will be marred preaned with a hot Iron for 11 a, m. Snack Telegraph.. allowance. within two years of LUXURY TOWELS
al Supper for
on July 24. I keepsake. An attractive yellow : ; \VIIITK7t SIZE88c

I The buffet table In the yard and green decorated birthday I --. lflH Twin .'U"" ac..... $3.99-$1.alJ 1.1: luHcloiiM mln'n match colors In
was centered with an arrangement cake centered the table. IIh I 011. IliiubJn. Kltteri Keg, 8.SI-*.BM this famous icroup. Solids floruit. ,
of garden flowers and I Included with the '.\.1'11 jacquard weaves& and den>ratorprlntM.
the n guests were seated In'' were Brenda' s -. $1.00)
ltTandmother'.JMra. :
tIf fl ffOiftO. Fltlml, Iteg. $1.49. git.na .
the yard at individual tables. I George W. Roberts Sr of .
Out of-town Mr. .. 71 M. Filled. Keg. $5.4954.5$ HAND TOWEL
guests were Lawtey and Mrs. A. N. Wyllysof t HATHfG8
and Mrs. Carl Chambltss and TttnlS, ""....1. I..... 1U.O953.11. ) / $
son. Dickie. M..... Ptwate.. j Games Hastings.were played with record in* 7s MI. Filled. Ih'&., tiC> glUHtPillow TOWKI.S, : )teg. .1.1)9) Reg. 59c . .. 48c

Kenneth Klemmt.:Url; "Klem-! play. accompaniment. The 1hM. I'1U..I. 11.1[.' .,.tv-" ....1&11&
mt. Bill Msndevllle and Miss ten girls received doll nowrgsysas <'aami, Keg. gl.SW. Pair 'I.JH HAND TOWEL WASH CLOTH

Kay Kehoe, all of Jackson. favors. SUrke'M Fashion Reg. 29c--a 23c
ville. \MTKIJ*-NTIIH'KM: AND FI.llte\I.H Reg. $1.19 . 88c .

Alvarez-Dyal 7I.HH 1. Twin Hll/ ..,l. |{.... ll.Zlf.-alfltftlslim Then. rotor coordinated towels

Morning Party "' .",... l. For Mrs. Corn Mrs Ida Sue Alvarez and :: .- n."" WASH CLOTH Molid'*. 'at ripen and' flornU' to enhance
Burnell Dysl. both of Starke., ('_. .11t the decor of bathroom.U .
I leaderAWA Keg. tuI'alr $2.941 : any
Mr. Marguerite Corn of were united In marriage Saturday I V Sl IE MI.IM Reg. 49c . 38c decorator color: tu ehos.< from.
Lakeland.& house Madge Mtddleton. was honored home of friends In Tallahas :
at a lovely coffee last Thursday seeThe BED PILLOWS Mattress Pad Cafe Curtain Set SCATTER RUGS

morning given by Miss couple are residing at ._ ;
I Mlddteton and Mm. R. U Matthews Mrs!\ Dyal'a home on Clark -.lullledFltte<< l Style -.100% Cotton-Solldiprint .* -100%; U.yon-Non.
at the home of the lat Street. na'ron-'ol&m Itublter Alunlin: ", Cover *-:3ft" length skid hack:
ter. Attending the wedding were -Non Allergic-Odor) Vatnnce Included
Arrangements of tulip lilies Mr and Mrs. J T. Pollard of Free 27 x 45- 11.90

and rn>M were. Used In the living Starke. $IoU9 Valu. .
Reg. $3.99 t x 6.99&
and halt The coffee $3
room to $
table in the dining room was WeeksMendenhallMrs. SAVE up $4.00WHEN Twin Size' 21 x :.16
covered with an Imported cutwork I I 2 For $$7 $
'cloth and centered with Ila G Mendenhall of $133Sit
.n arrangement of watermelon I Jacksonville.. and Daniel R, YOU BUY 3G1RL'S : Reg. $4.99 $4 99CKitchen

I pink crepe myrtle Miss. Margaret :I Week of Stark were married. M Full Sl/e
ROB Duncan presided at ; Monday. July 5, In Folkston. I .
the ked coffee bowl and Mrs. Ii I I Ga. DRESSES Terry Bath Mat
8. U rfc Jr, Betsy M.t.I Chenille Spread Vinyl Tablecloths Terries
I Extra; heavy mats to
of Jack.
t"MId Patty Bald At The TabernacleSome
I onvtlto Mutated t In serving. with royal Ka: ..y care vinyl table
f Approximately 30 friend of > members of the Oos- $: 00 family 'loweU. 1..puLr' wove-line or cloth with no-mar flannel t V-IMntM' -Stripe -

I the honor* called between I Ileven pal Tabernacle attend. the 3 sg r ''lJ { hobnail at low, low backing.' Checks
and twelve o'clock.MurphyCopeland. I i II Rtre-Hyles-Harvey meeting at FOR $$2 Iteg $2.99!) white sale price.
Trinity Church In ..IackllOnvllleTh"IId.y. 52 a :32
I Also the Psrk-of- 3 FOR
J .
II j ( 2 FOR
I thePalms meeting We dnee. Ijri Throw Pillows
Mildred Copeland and J. B.j j day evening when Miss Phyllis $$177
Murphy IOn of Mrs. Vassli!' Martin. millenary; nhowei Regularly $4.00 to $7.00 Rig artm..ntMt" .
HsmphUl of Starke. were slides" of her teaching ministry for e,ery decor.88c $ \ $1
Vibrant New Color And Smart New $5 llrjr. $1.99
united; in marrUte at a candlelight with the School for Mission Style
service at the Cope- I ary children In Quito Ecuador in a Tremendous Selection of Jumper Ixmka. Heir. :.10 J!)
I tend home. 931 Temple Avenue MIM Martin left Tuesday by 2 Piece Effect t*. A 1ln"- Shlrt-waUt' llrg. .1.99 :51 s I 70. Heir. 2.99-2.17
i on Saturday evetng at 7:30: plane to resume her! work: In NauticaU.. Solid. Stripe' And l"rin'Thlll
o'clock.: Rev. 8. E. Spark performed -j. Ernsdor I I. A Truly real; (;roup.
the double ring rere-i The morning service Sunday BUDGET WARM BLANKETS

mony. concluded with Communion. Size. 7-14, Reg. $5.00 to $8.00-3 For $10.00
The couple was attended by Regular scheduled meetingswill
the bride's son. Jimmy Moody, be held on Tuesdsy. Friday 72 90 Kayon And Nylon. 00

trip After to Tallahassee a weekend the wedding and SundsyPlaMIr GIRLS COTTON SLIPS- $ 00 This U Just Hlg-ht For

phys returned-: to Mw-I'. BLANKET 3

Stark :>..te*>....... |t-3* al the I "ll.r Majeaty") Tailored! Sirl. With TUCK' N. $1 'amp Or Vacation Cot 72 x 90

I'Uatlr. X: .4rtouoh e 10 at llw. | Trip."'.... I GROW Feature, An Old ...orlt.. rage' K Colors'

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I Hodge entertained the young Inoon attended the raced 1n 1
I trade skill while drawing a a '
Manpower TrainingWill
with and refreshments. !- Daytona last weekend :
: guests games SERVICEPHONE
training allowance up to $37 AMBULANCE
Pay YOU offered RECREATION NEWS They also enjoyed! I "Mrs, Carol Lee Jones and I II
a week Is being by 'I
I the playground glils and Mrs Gertie
} the Manpower Development 964-2600
.To Attend School for Alaohui equipment and all had a good and Vicki attended the racesI ;!
I Training program time. I in Lake City last Friday night. Jones Funeral Home
An opportunity for unemployed County and surrounding/ area S !' I I Oil vs Liberty National. 3:3: BRIDAL SHOWER Carol Lee and girls spent last DeWitt C.
and from New classes in three 23-: I 1 Southern Discount vs Wester I
men women Mrs Richard Nipper thefOI'mer Sunday at the Lake Butler Funeral Director
age 18 up. to learn a useful week courses will start July Auto 7 p. m. Raiford vs Law Miss Shu-ley Tetatone j Park swImmIng DeWitt C. Jones Registered

19, and applicants should apply I I I tey 8:30.: honored with a bridal i Visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stark. Flu.
I was
at once to the Florida BulJ, [ I CENTER: NEWS:! Smith last weekend were Mr.
the Btooker Com
shower at
State Employment office, 315 : Musical chairs special music I' and Mrs. J. J. Bass of New- I I RENTAL
Center on Tuesday
I SE 2nd Ave.. in Gainesville. ) [ and games were enjoyed night About 30 guests attended I berry. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Hospital Reds Wheel Chain Crutches
The courses slatting July | bv about 25 youngsters last I Bass and Mr and Mrs John':
and playing |
', 19 will\ ) be: Clerk General Of- ]j: Fliday atternon at the Center: stir 'YLsT and delicious refreshments.' games I Bass of Gainesville. I II
fire: Auto Mechanics; and As a special treat a mummyconte '
Ned Hicks
I' j Mr. and Mrs.
The honoree and the mothers
Auto Body Repairman: all for I : t wns held with two' volunteers I Ivisited John Plnholster at Ala-
and grandmothers were given
25 weeks. completely ('overed lovely corsages. The new bride I chua Oeneral Hospital Friday ;
Other courses starting in Bi I with tlMaue paper!. The two night Mr. Plnholxter mightbe FEDDERSAIR
received many lovely and useful -
the near future are: Salesperson j I mummies were Bill\ ) Reddls!h gifts. Hoatesses for the! able to return home on
15 weeks; Short Order I and George :McCleneghan, and Monday.
Cook 15 weeks; Wattless 8 ,j the two teams made sure that occasion were Mis. Hazel Barred ,1 Mr. Mrs\. Roy Carroll
I Mrs. Brenda Jones, Ml 'weeks; Small Gasoline Engine vs J not a speck of clothing or skin Janice visited his mother. Mrs. Juan-
Green Mrs. Mildred
: Repairman 15 weeks, and was In sight I
I I ita Carroll of Bartow last
I Green Mrs. C. E. Holder. Mrs r
Auto Service Station Opera- i Each Friday afternooi Heilbronn Baptist weekend.
Ruth Corl. Mrs.
Margie Campbell -
I tor 10 weeks therewill be some type of }, Mrs. Stoke
5-Day Revival Mis. Chi&pa Mlmbs Mrs. .Ir and Leroy
Classes are held from Bam. special event to close the week
two weeks vacation
K until 4:30 dally, Monday I I with a lot of fun and enJoy- To Begin MondayDr I I I Melba Phyllis WI'lrlht.PEKSONUS Dampier. and Mrs enjoying fishing swimming, and doing

t through Friday In Oalnesvlle' : ment. We would like to encourage some visiting. On Thursday r
It the trainee moves to Gainesville I J the youngsters to turnout James E. Southprland,, ,
visited and Mrs.
Donnie they >> Mr
for the course he ; for these, and also our i president of the Baptist Bible i Baughman o f Harlan .
01'\ r.
\ Mulberry visited Smith in Auburndale.
( allowed $5 1957 will con- his niece and ,
he will be per day other events. I Institute since Also
living expenses! plus a tran-I [ JUNIOR LEAGUEThe duct a five-day revival at the ,I family! Mr. and Mrs. J. T. spending some time with
them here the Stokes'children
Bass hie are
Ing allowance of from $28 to ; ; Junior League Baseball Heilbronn Baptist Church on return from Jacksonville .
from Lake Hamilton.Mr
i "W.'v decided Hw hou. $37 per week, depending on ''I ; I I game between Palatka and! starting Monday, July 12. on Sunday afternoon. i' and Mrs. Reed Lewis I
173 ihould foe lh.Dlhtr way.'* the number of dependants 9-4: : Starke was rained out In the Services will be held nightlyat Mis Barbara Ba gett,
and children of Miss
I claimed All training costs are 1 ;; bottom half of the second innIng 7:30: through July 16. I daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. C. Wiggins
I 'I are here visiting Mr. and Mrs.
paid by the Federal! 80Vl'I'nment. ,, 2-12; with Starke leading 1 to 0. Dr Southerland received his Haguett is In Pensacola visitIng C. L Atkinson and
and :Mr.
\ NO MATTER WHICH including tools. supplies. !' : The same two teams have a I A. B. degree! from Stetson her sister and family Mr'j Mrs. Leroy Stokes.
'WAY IT FACES and other equipment. doubleheader: schedule for University, and hl Th. M de- and Mrs. Bob Oray. Miss
'I Recent guests at the homeof
Y If the trainee commutes to ; I Wednesday July 7. The I I gree from Southern Baptist Kelt 1 Is also taking a beauty Mrs. Mamie Hodges were

i Paint It With Gainesville, he will be reimbursed ford I Starke team Is composed ol I Theological Seminary In I course while theie j Mrs. Janie Waters of Worthington -
i for hH bus fare or an I the following boys;; Robbie : LoulBvllle. Ky. His Th. D. degree The J. T. Bass family the Springs and Mrs. Mildred $

Pure equal amount If he dilves his ; Smith. Scotty Rhoden. Gary I was received from New !' Rabon children. Mr and Mrs. i Tony of Virginia.Mr .

own car. 2, Hamilton. Greg Rlherd, Tom- I Orleans Baptist Theological!: Mrs Dennis Hodge, and Mr and I and Mrs. Bill Jones had FROM $99.95At
i training Is my Tally. Billy McRae. Ores Seminary, and he aUo a.ttendI I. edge( and children
Tung Oil Paint The program 'I attended the as Sunday guests Mrs. Ernes-
Nichols Johnny Warren William New College at the Univer Watermelon Festival ]
sponsored! by the Alachuu : :; : tine Dukes and children and
f'f'I'd display, and
of Scotland
Scoggins, Harry Hatcher Edinburgh In
County School Board in cooperation ( Ken RUM of GaInesville.
Auto SUPPLY INC with the Florida I Randal Jones, Wayne Blank- MM pastorate Include the beauty pageant In Bell last
W ed I Mrs. Dukes allso visited her
Office, andIs I ertshlp. Danny Orlffls. Mark I First Baptist Church In Tltus- Saturday night
41 i E ftOWNUE STrHQNK I State Employment & : OiiMts of Mr and Mrs. N.I I mother and father. Mr. and
authorized bY the Manpower Graudc>n. and Bill Adams. We vllle: Avondale BaptistChurch Mrs. Ernest RUBS.
9 44441y Training Act of hope to schedule more gameswith Jacksonville; and the ; C Mott are Mr. and Mrs.
Development Mr and Mrs. Evan Hodges
I Marshall! ELECTRICWe
eU1LoERS HARDWARE AND SI/PPLY I 1902 which has been extendedto vs : teams in our surround First Bapttat Church of Oxford Recent Mott. Mrs. Doris Slevers Carl Sie- WINKLER
visitors of Mr. and
Miss. other
i Ing area I .
1969 ver T. J. Slevers. Mrs. Hol-
l. CALl St. 4.6 YEAR OLD PROGRAMWe I of Dr Southerland Includes : Mrs. Ouy Han-ell were Mr'

PHONE M4-B291 I II I PI, .tI(' Sut..h'N.kll,211) at the] p. I had 21 youngsters at t; three years as chaplain In the and Mrs Dave Estes of Jacksonville Chambers ton. Mr Martin enjoyed and a flan Wayne fry Finance Our Own Accounts

.1..1(1'111.11. our 4-6 year old program... Air Force and a teacher of and Mr. and Mrs
,: -: Tuesday;) They made birds homiletIcs In New Orleans for Newman Gore of Alma Oa Saturday Lake night home at of the the Hampton Evan We Service What We Sell

I I with feathers, played games four yeais. In 1958 he receivedthe Mrs. Verlie Johns was Sun Hodges.Brooker.
and ended the hour and hall Distinguished! Hrrvlce A- day guest of11'. and Mrs.
I with refreshments. I ward for outstanding! achievement Wade Harrell. Baptist Church

WHY PAY Thursday In our programwe presented by the Stet Visiting! Mrs Flleda: :Mott Rev James Temple. Pastor Winkler Electric Inc.
and Sunday School 10 m. Morning -
made helicopters and dur- son Diamond Jubilee Convocation family Is her mother, a.
ing our refreshment period we at Delund. Mrs Brook Perryman and Worship llam. Training ,
BUY ONE GET I'I grandmother, Union 8-30: m. Evening ATC. Starke Fla.
pantomimed to records which Rev. Aubrey C Todd pastorof Mis. Uennetti I p. 231 N. Temple
the children enjoyed tremend- the Hellbronn Church. extends of Oaln vtlll!. Worship 7:30: p. m. Mid Week

ou, ly, a cOI'dlalelcomp to Bobby Jones and Dick Rob- Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m.

; WAINWRIGIIT AND NONA I everyone to come out and henr ----=.... -- = ---- -==-.: ==. -.....
F- i 4 '--:--'-- -- ..-:=--=-====--- : = -' ---- '
PARK Dr. Southerland
4' I ,
Although our playground
.. _. ___ 1L fv..n..v..Yvvv.. I
Is ,
supervision underway we
I II need;! more participants. Baseball FLORIDA BANK AT STARE Ii Iii '

Is still the main activity BROOKERBy
I ,: and occasionally we have arts STAKKE' FLORIDA' ;

/ 0 0S and crafts at both play- Belly Ration i I

: grounds \ .\ t ,> STATEMENT OF CONDITION .. ,.... ". ,

: INTERIOR LATEX WALL Pesticides Give I I I : : Condensed from Report to Comptroller ,' 1'' I

COAST'I Good Rcsults | MIIIII ShIrley Tetstone be-

.. \ I come the bride of nichaidNipper JUNE 30, 1965
If Used CorrectlyYou I In a small but lmpres-

.-.. I DRIES IH 30 j she ceremony at the Church
WASHABLE from Insect I
can be free of Ood Pa.storlum In Starke
NO PAINTY ODOR pests with reasonable safety I I on June 14. The bride's par-
EASY TO APPLY recommended! Insecticides '
If you apply <
I cots are Mr. and Mrs S. LTetatone.
FOR INTERIOR USE correctly, says John
and parents of the I
r : PLASTER, Strayer. assistant! entomologist .
groom are Mr. and Mrs Cal-
.. SOAP AND Florida Agricultural Extension i I "
I, lie Nipper The bride was attended '

Service. 'I'! by her sister MLsa and Discounts 2,526,212.44 :1'
.. The entomologist offers a LIbby Tetstone. The grooms .. :

..... b $ 9s few precautions or contamination to avoid when injury best Steve Nipper man was The his young brother couple Banking! House, Furniture & Fixtures 302,779.84 ii!

-.l. using or handling toxic ma- are making their home In
.... tests is. I Starke Mr Nipper U associated Other Real Estate Owned 1 2,020.00 Ir

.. ROt-lAflEX f Before opening the container with Sunland Training

..... 2nd read the label thoroughly I Center In Gainesville. Prepaid Expenses ( 1,391.11 fr,

.. Be mire it's recommended for I niKTHDAY PARTY AT .
In situation. Mix materials | IMIIK -
.. Use your
M rr out-of-doors or In a Little Miss Vanessa Hodue Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 29,052.22 lill

well-ventilated room near a better known to her small fry '
.. ?1 P- source of water. To avoid billowing 1 playmates aa Pee Wee celebrated U. S. Government Securities 1,448,272.34 It'
CoSy of dusts or splashing her birthday. at 'the

a I of liquids, open container very Brooker City Park Saturday Florida County & Municipal Bonds 737,785.36 I 111I

I : carefully. I I I afternoon with a party. Pee

: Measure exact amount ol Wee's mother Mrs PeteSTARKE Other State & Municipal Bonds 97,000.00 II

OIL BASE ROOF AND BARN RED material 1 prescribed on the label -.I!
: 'w.. HOUSE PAINTS to mix'" the amount ol Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 214685.25 2526795.17 ii
.o.. CWTAIMI Trim -Swans r spray needed. Apply spray/ ;: !
0. MI1MW MHKITOftl M.VAII.y1aM4 material directly to infested
S IOU MINIMS'' one MS 000.1 TOTAL .
-. PAINT, I O surface or area Avoid treatment 5,359,198.56 I.i I..
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.. Ml CUAMIK, r1.Rw s.Rt4Ry of large areas in house BUSINESSDIRECTORY i.
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SUP TO -. I only
GO CftVIHAOAIVCIltINT : and use spot treatments ::1:1I
... SAII..M Ca M.M..r.MCIWN. Remove or cover foods : i I

.. ......'u." .. sa dishes. toys, fish bowls *npet
y wM.M SOS w pl-.a.NITAI IIT1.1.a aMSIONIT ...Twa.IM.Au.ra Mn1y ITS ; feeding\ containers before d Liabilities
.. IINTACM spraying.! Store pesticide materials > AUTO UKI'.MKS{
In their original container -
: $698 EVERY FREE $498 FREE $ with label. I "'
2nd GAL.INTERIOR 2nd GAL. a 'Earl's, Garage Capital Stock 300,000.00'
Store' all toxic household H I
.M materials t In a locked room I I Surplus 375000.00
I or cabinet out of reach oi I
,I ENAMEL 2 FOR 1 LOW PRICETRIM children. Wash .out empt All Work Ouar.tnteedVnlnut. I Profits 44,202.91
Phone 1HIIt-IHI':! Undivided ;
., *.MAUTifUL. MM** : bottles or cans before destroying <
UW PH4UNtXCILUMT n t.u. \ SUrko
.,..... AND DICK 2 fOIk'224 : :::: them. Wrap the bottles t ''I """ Reserve for Contingencies .. 50,793.22 769,996.13 II!
** COVItAWIXTIIIMILV ENAMEL break them and perforate
Aar:: paper :: A1ITO SER1'ICEGilbert:
S .......u MMIMWAINAM4 cans to prevent any further ,

..w.. I ,q{ .S.-II vsu.ww.J ENAMEL SEMI-CLOSS 2 fOIt'249 o.-.-. Burn use paper of or the cardboard container containers -, 1 S. Brown i Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 50,915.41 INi i i
M* UH a MTwoo uOo !
..o... oil ,_..... sow*..AM.HIM L., PRIMIUM HIGH O fOIt'299 and avoid the smoke, Standard Oil| Serslce t Station Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 85,837.25 "i;'
J. because it11\ contain toxU \TI.\ 1
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) r w. ALSO QUAIT 01 0TMUIMT materials }purr: or place Irgaibnve TIKES A. 11.\TUK: II'I I' Bills
.. Payable 275,000.00
EVERY ..IO AMD IXTIRKM. rAIMTt. $ the ashes.broken bot Budget TermsRim.l Service !'
,1 : 2nd GAL. FREE BUY 2 AND SAVE ties and perforated cans. i Phone !SXM-7071 I Deposits 4177449.77 !;I

Wash your hands thoroughly Oaf N. Temp< Stark". ..... '
; CAULKING 5 with plenty of soap and I ,
4 INCH .
BRUSH 1111
, COMPOUND Top Quality A I water' after using a pesticide. HURST'S TOTAL 5,359,198.56

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Mrs. Buford Hteglnbotham. I!I died In a Jacksonville: hospital were In NashvQle, Oa. Saturday -! at the church Saturday at 10a. SENIOR CITIZENS I i I picnic at Oold Head Branch Dennis Nix 20 all from''I! of one of their grandfather,

Mrs. Lyre SchmeU and; last week. I' and Sunday for a Horse i m. for 'a parade., We were State Park Members and I Pennsylvania. The yjutha II Deputy Brown seal
daughters of Jacksonville were I Mr. and Mrs Junior Mosley Show I.glad to see Mr. and Mrs.. Dew> NEWSOur guests will assemble at 10:30: made their way: from Philadelphia : The trio wu caught ,by ,
WAXVILLEBy Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and family moved over the Mr.: and Mrs. Harold Brad-| eon"Padgett or MlddletSurg In I a. m. at the park entrance. 1 to Port Chnrlotto where''I
Randy Scottish friends Mr. I ...Joe Kerrigan reporter they were stay in T In the homo'Waldo police Trooper L. N. -
and Mrs. Buford Hlgglnboth- weekend from the Longchamp: shaw and Mr. and Mrs. church .Sunday night after a I
i'9ley. Mr*. A. C. Blade house to the Wesley 'Harris MIckler of Jacksonville, and) long l IQneas. Mr. and Mrs.,UU- and Mrs. Pete MfMonamln. i! guns. i Fowler of the F11P. and Bradford -

i'', 'I.'I .? 0n.e.9UtJ! i am.Mr.. and Mrs. Larry Brown house east of MaxvUle. 'I rL, \. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish lard Harris and son, and Miss who are visiting Mrs. Rose Trio Caught The three are Jams, Wll-I deputies I
....... and children left this week for Donald Diets joined his I and family spent the '4th of Verdlne Harris of Maxvllle I Halsall, will soon be saying>i I I I

J JWER I Memphis Term where they family her Monday of last '!| July at the Parrish cottage on visited our church Sunday, i goodbye. They are homeward With Stolen I '
I I' July IS via New Jer.
Young Ladle SundaySchool will make their new home. week after several months stay i I Klngsley Lake. night. The date o( the bap- I bound on I II ..
Class of Maxvllle Bap- 4 The Brown had been living In Sicily: with the V. 8. Navy. :, Mr. and Mrs Ray Pellum 'ttom service ha been changed I sey, where\ they plan Sal.a stop !I Guns In Car REVIVAL WORSHIP SERVICERev. ,
I and visit Sister
Church a shower here with Mrs. Brown's mother I Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Griffin and children, Mr. and Mrs. to SUnday. July 11. over I I
honoring the Mrs. Louise Miller. I and family attend a horseshow I I B. 1".Coleman and daughter of I PERSONALSOur While here they soy, muchof i .. \
Mlday night
Florida and made many'I Donald K., WUlln. pnotor of Laura Bupth |Church
yang son of :Mr. and Mrs.Dpve Mr. and Mrs. Hlnaon Boyd Saturday ana Sunday at Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. pastorfath..r., Mr. A youthful mule into I Is being that"f f
Coverdale at the Cover- of Battwin and Mr. and Mrs. Orange Park. I|I Don Etchcltter and children ofi Saunders entered a Jacksonville friends. By their statment held' In the Bradford bested I I'',! tulle Northeast .of HtArke. ann..un.-

4t Io beans.IJrs. 1, Larry Brown spent Tuesday to Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Mrs. Maryland and Mr. and Mrs. hoapltal to undergo surgery i they will take with them I County Jail after! being de-, starting; HUhd"y July II, wn will bo trying lit ronilurt -

:> Coverdale received I I Thursday Wildwood on a William Mclnanary: and baby I', James Coleman and daulhi Tuesday. many cherished memories | tamed In Urn<1forc County Almighty Oml ,being our. helper a real Turn Bwrk to

I>>DY.lovely gifts. Tor her newIRDy. 1 fishing trip. visited Tuesday In Jacksonville !i tern Mr. and Mrs.: Vince TayI f MT.. and Mrs. Mark Johns: Pete, Is One an piece accompllRhedartM of work he ;, early Wednesday irovnlng for Gash lts.vtvsd.
I About IS guest enjoyed : N. H. Boyd son of Mr. and I with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I lor and family Mr. and Mrs. and family have. returned' did color i I "carrying quantity of lire- I Invite everyone mttiMl or unravel young or old tall
'.the oa-salon with her. Mrs. Hinnon Boyd of Baldwin Wilkinson ant: Mrs. Ralph i Buddy Browning, and Mrs. FIB from a week's visit! with Mrs. of Mike Is a Ollhooly's water house painting and i arms In their ctr or ..h..r&. Iii fluffs Morolilp with u.. foe we feel NOW .U. the
spent of last week with Silas and family. Coleman and Donnie all Johns parents In Oklahoma. I i, Port Charlotte authorities .
attend- when professing
(Out of town guests the grotto: nearby which lii time, If there ever wits a time every
were"Mrs. Rue Burnsed of his aunt. Mrs. Louise Miller I B. F. Stanley of'rae Azores' enjoyed the weekend atI Orate Lang it visiting relatives i dedicated In "Ixwln Memory' I Iin Charlotte County the Hrad- Chrlntbui needs l to ally tu (1ml; and ease MIT gix t lend.
Jnexvllle. Mrs. Violet Burn- Alvtn Padgett, son or Mr. Island and son-in-law of I Brooklyn Lake. In Tampa for several I I ford'n Sht'rUf'sffl.I' learned .
1 of Our Late President. J. Fj of Anterh-n, while ue yet hate
ol Jacksonville.: Mrs. Lee I and Mrs. Harry Padgett was Mrs. Dorothy Wafers. In attending Mr._ and Mrs. Don blchelserand : wei'ks. |I yesterday wnnt tn<> three for,
Kennedy. to come
j welcome Invitation will\ be assailing yes
vcrdnle of Noblesville. Ind. home on a weekend: leave from school In New Jersey! children. are leaving this Mr. and Mrs Leroy Pudnett' three. brenk-tn.4 sad tho theft
week for their home In Maryland daughter of MMdleburgvbltMl i I The Senior CItIIM'Iwl.h learn what the Evangeli.t will tell "". Burl, through thn
Mrs. R. T. Williams of hU base In Georgia. and flew down here for a Visit | of the guns. According to
'irke.RSONAL8. i Mrs. Florence. Parrlxh- entered over the weekend. I after a two weeks vUlt Mrs. Lillian Futch :I I health them a good safe I fortune Journey and, send good Deputy Sheriff A R: Drnwn X|>lrlt. IM rail IM tu do eierslcrs .....-h ruing at 1:30.:

BAptist Memorial Hospital Jackie Waters, son of Rev. here with Mrs. F B. Coleman Sunday afternoon. I the boys had .11 flroainvt' In
: i with them greetings> to
a : I In Jacksonville Wednesday and Mrs. Jack Waters of I and Donnie. Mr and Mr!*. Clarence" cons 1 I theirnlor our Citizen Club In I the trunk of triiMr\ car Including DONALD E. WILLIS Pastor
-I and was expected to undergo: Baldwin, spent Monday to Friday > Mrs Buddy Browning en- ley ant family Patricia| Scotland. pistols! rlfl".*, ana: ,hot- ,

s spent Sunday with .... and I surgery the last of the week. with his grandmother, I tertalnej Rev, and Mrs. R. T. White Mr. and Mrs. Clyde :, At our last meeting we sung llam Bvttii 18$ P'eter 1<:..1.1- Laura Baptist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Blade Mrs.Dorothy Waters. I Williams and her Sunday Clark and Mr. and Mrs [ man Antnlck :SO: and Ml heel
to Mrs. H C
a song Mr and j
School class Sunday night Charles Mauley all or Jncknon-
Friday'afternoon Owen. Roy and Mitchell
and family vUlted Drlacoll) I
'I' In'Hampton with Waters children of Mr. and I after church services with a vine and Mr, and Mrs. flow of Keystone HelghtiIn I
rk small party at her home. Refreshments and Padgett and sons commemoration of their
wer I
| Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stade.I Mrs. Ray Waters of Jacksonville 34th wedding: anniversary.. A
: were served during dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs.
and visiting their grandmother
'} f I and Mrs. Jessie Willis are beautifully decorated' birthday j i
,, the evening. Henry Mosley' Sunday.
Mrs. Water
? children Dorothy Announcing -
cake biked by Mi's, Rita Mercer -
1 I Mrs Johnny Dover and for several days Friends of Gene English will Mr. and Mrs. James Braddock -
enjoyed Imm.nM'lJ.t"'JI'y ,
i baby returned to their home Mrs. Dorothy Waters ha.:] as be glad to know he waa able have purchased a new' WIM I
baveguesllous Hospital Sunday dinner guests Mr. and 'to return to hU home 1aatwf'C'k house trailer and Are at home I birthday greeting
II you Thursday from NAB
[, were offered to Llatt Hanien
after several days stay next to Mrs. Braddock'smother.
John Waters and M
Renee Mrs. son
[ In Jacksonville. Jonelyn ,
i i Mr. and Mr' Barnes, and Mr
about was born June 28. and Is the and Mr. and Mrs. Rd Waters In a Biimter. C. liospltnl. I
and Mrs.
wfimr OptI15LL
third daughter for the Dover and daughter, Sunday afternoon -j I Mrs. Richard Covey and Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Hyslrr,I We were plated by the visit I. 1tS I !
your military Charles Clay Covenlale. Intent visitors of Mrs. Waters children and Mrs Lyle of Jacksonville spent last week of MM. Ruby Johns and Mrs '
Mrs. Dave were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters Schmcll: and children of Jack- In Clay Hill where' they have I IftIOve.I I
son of Mr. and I George Robeits at our last
serviceyour 1
this weekat .
Coverdale. wm able to leave of Jacksonville. Bob Stan. sonvllle are upending two houses on lund | meeting .and hope they will
Hospital Jacksonville Icy and Mr and Mrs. Roy Klngsley Lake. purchased! hen
St. Vincent's
local'National'Guard :Monday and Join his I I Waters attended a ball game Mr and Mr. I
can help yow parents at home. Mrs. Cover-; .' In Jacksonville! Sunday ntahtMr ,1 of Noblenvllle.. Ind.< arrived' 'jWeeka of Helmore visited I I I Stein Word of| was Keystone received Heights,. w itoken '
from the and Mrs. Blllr Rowe Friday for a vlalt with Mr Sharon Monley and their un
dale returned' home of :
to the University
Ttnon and and Mrs. Dave Coverdale and 1 I' cle and aunt. Mr. and Mra i
Mr. ani Mrs. Fred I
hospital hut Friday I. Florld.Ml'C.1lral Center, Wehope
StarkeVi.it_ The Community extend family and Buck Rowe of their new grandson Louie Carter, last Tuesday.Mrs. I FUN SPOT ROLLER RINKCompletely
I hit condition U not ser
CWO AI Crosby Sympathy' to Mrs. Frances j Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Roger' North Ned' Nobles of West ious.| :
I Adams and Mrs. Florence Par-I Elmer. Bennett and family of and children. of Jacksonville Virginia visited In Clay Hill
Bide. It this month three
Armory I and Mr. and Mrs. visited Saturday afternoon last Friday and was dinner was Remodeled. l lOnrun
I rush on the death of their Baldwin I Bradford County Fairgrounds
ago, that the nucleus
or Call 961-2211 : North I I years .
Calvin Owens who> Buddy Bradnhaw and son with Mr. and Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. LouieCarter Mimic
brother .
our club held Its first meeting.Roue
and family. Robert Waters of and family. llalmill Alex Morton Kentnl Shoo SkaleM FRIDAY JULY 9TH
t Alma. Oa. Is spending this I,I Mrs. Randolph. Crosby and I 1 I Jennie 1Owdl'lMrs. Herrell 1'nrfeaalonnl. Supervision, ,
week with. hU brotherinlawand Oladya< McClung of lone
STATEMENT OF COSnITIOSFirat I. lister. Mr and Mrs. Rater I II' 1' Branch visited Mr. and Mrs 'Mr Mr Blmpunn and Mrs.formulated Maunder, ways and 3 Full Hours Every Night 7:30: to 10:30: P.M.

Federal Savings and Loan Aofiation of Star lie I I',' North.Mm. Colon John will enter Clifton Mr. and Carter Mrs.Friday Richard night MOil' and means Saturday and Sunday Afternoon2:00: to 4:00: P.M. _
On 13. will have
218 North Temple Avenue Ptnrko.!' Florida Dural Medical Center In JaCk-I i ley and family of Highland' July we a
..1! sonvllle/ the last o( this I. and Mr. and Mm. Louie Car, i I
of Ru..ine June 30 1965Flrat 1
AFTER Close fl Colon Jihna and daughter'. trr and family enjoyed a coi>k- .
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are spending tills week In' out and swim at KlngMeyI .
Georgia vteltlnv", relative, I Ii I II I Lake Sunday
AAyr'rq: ..."n..I.tlF.M "i Grandma" Wellhuuteii. ,'" on Mr and Mrs.. Charles Cor-

'. the sick list this week.: We T>ett and family of Cilrrle, N
Mortgage Loan on Raving -Acronnta. . tl.Sftft! P3t 91 j I; wish, & her a speedy recovery C. vested.Mrs. Cnrbrtt's moUuer.

(Real Eatate (Nt) I1.HW.78PBI. :TAdvanced. I> Mr. ,and Mrs. Bob Robinson I! Irene PmJuVU. Saturday.
/ ,
from 'ed..tJ'
: I i and daudhter of Maryland.Mr Also Mr and MM. UobbyPadgett ,
Loan Swings Account. IT.tMMftS Horn LunaiRank' JOO.OOOOO1TS4MIM
on and Mr- George Johnson and family, pt Jack

Investment, 'and SerurUlea 11.02111 Lags ,? Prur.. of Jacksonville, and Mr, and i sonvtlto visited IreW ftatlltda.
1 Mrs. Raymond Klgore) and I They left Tuesday for a few ,
Cash on Hand andn/ H nkImprovementa 273..WO other U.Mhtla 2V244 family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben HU.gtnbotham days May at Keystone In the ..

1.1\01.. .. and daughters )fr. Oeorge OrtffU ootUie. On NOW.-
: 33I.rst'.pr.einUon
Deferred: Income 7.533 and
Furniture Fixtures and Mrs. Oer Johnson Monday: they visitedWeetber, '
: 12.7900 Federal Ins Reserve 7,791311; Mr, and Mrs DOI Htgcln. ry On !?!. m In Orange Park .
: bolham and June spent Run and tourert hU'" new funeral,

Deferred' Charge. A_ OtherABHVt 24087 Surplun . 1.3400ftU.no2.3A243 I: day at Klngsley Lake,, home. :' .
Mr. and Mm. Paul pobuh

I''......................1 of Arlinna vtdted' In Clay Hill'
$1.M2.SH2'" hat Thuriday

-- : CLAY HILL onptl Mrs.atngtng Leila rang at the attended Jarknonvllle a'- '''
Outlxeum last Haturday lie aile 5 good "nap

Note Paying Dividends Quarterly. By Mr*. Itffwarrf fadgeilSlt411 night.Mantle. Herntlnn of Illfh-

Pb.s. land l I. spending a f few day '

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u vv vvv lvwv
OI'N .\"'srrs II ,,'r. iNr E\"ro nv :\rrnnxiM, VTF.I.Y so% FOR THK': WEEK

LIU'Kill NEWttAttendance Danish Coffee RingI cake
TnT \1. MORTfJAOr. IA)\:1114: KVIMItr.ll: : sl1a/' .JM.17. dropped to 91 cnmpre e
41/ OO Sunday due to the 4th of July wateri; cup milk,
1 14N 4 OKIC.IS" tTEh TO IHTK liT CUM,, 4' teaspoon
t Ttr\L M'MMF.R Of holiday The Primary scalded: V, cup sugar
Per .,....... won the banns Vacation. Ul salt.; 1 allihtty beaten'
Quart..rIn.IrJpa'.'1DIvlrfeiMl 9 TOTAL NI'MRKR: OF M.-r.II" 7 HI. bit School: cliff begin July 12 e.,g; H Umipoon vanilla, 1 1t

Hat .t. 'a m Bvvryotie U to meet '..pnon grated> lemon peel,. 3.- 1. QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS
I aS to 3 cup' sifted all pur.
poxe flcHir; 2 tablexpxons butter -

Another Fine Home Designed For Family Living
Ifl! cup sugar; 'U ... >p>xm
BYLONGCHAMP mac or m (tmuipuirtia cinna


Soften yeast In lukewarm 3. HELPS ASSIST IN AREA GROWTH
wafer Combine next four In* !.

rwllenU; cool to lukewarmAdd
the. egg. Add vanlTla. lemon -

&3j&isgifa3SE3S8! pel. old! one cup of Hour INSURED SAFETYam
beat well mlr In watered!. ate4..
: yeast; mix well Add .remaining

ssffiBft* fcy3&s wwr flour, to make a smooth
iv tejffi1w

soft Knead. dough.on flowed surface 5. EXTRA\ EARNINGS I

*.* -HTaacyyn till smooth and rlatl PlaceIn

||il I44 $ l i .s bout to grease greased and 1'-II let hour surface bowl the"", till turning dou double rh. Cover once a-. . '.-- .

Sev w Wvi w* !' *V'fr' & vrf< W MIIA Vr Punch cn. Let rent cov'

iLii i 'cS1. .!.. w ja -t mir ered 10 minutes. Roll to 21 x

r-ammn**%J A T. 17 aii-1 J MyMMJJfc ftaBMMaaBMBlMM|| | | MMl BISt 7 Inches Y Inchthlck. Brush !
with melted buttrr. Combine GIFTS

remaining ingredients& ; spread 1 (

on do-jah. ,Roll from long. NOW Through July 24th : '
edge; seal Shape ring on

s greased cookie sheet, With L1 O Will'( ; HKST' ANMVKItHAUY:'' ) st

.. ..- .. r ,,.., ;..e;:, arlMora' snip almot to renter '
at one Inch Internals Pull New Account
ectlone ap rt; twist .JlrhUy rt/ .Q

Cover let Mae till double, a-
Ia b!>ait SO mlriutM. Or Addition. BRIEF CASE JIII''!:

Bake at rte ....,_ for 20 .r '
e f' n"
minutes. Frost with Icing
., Mix one cup itftnd fonfertlon.er Aaaue, 2. UNDER $500.00 rIavt.LW

,_ 1 : ."' sugar; 4 teaspoons milk, ..
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r-'ie\--J jaK'': .u* ..A JJP .1- """'' '
H swoon vanOIa and dash .Kale:: TOOTHPICK DISPENSER
We welcome Mr. and Mrs. T 'G. Alvarez and grandchildren to"a of ..1&. Make. one large ring '
q' To make two naU runts. dlvlrie On. Ti, .\ Customer: I'leaae.
their New Home on the Brownlee Road West of Starke. Mrs. Alvarez dough: In half; roll each

pie e to It g I Inrhe J
-- Front Patio with the chil-
is shown sitting on the large
drtna.Jog.Lonichamp" MaVJi k__ ;t,jt !?.-- ::'t9IJ k..i.. -__.t...; ,;;.. .JA TUK RJUUT POINT. i."r tw
-.... way y_ wrtt. (.... M sad

_- A Conslroclion- Company, Inc. C elnrt KA Phi ymir l-farorHn....m p. ....'.T TTtJt-Tr.RBltfXlK First(? (Federal? Savings and Loan issooia iou

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PHONE 7'71.8691CKSOS'ILI.E' ,. FLORIDA .. .. .
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Electrical Rate rate next vonr since they are i, will involve use of the city's I three main funds however. I fJatwd thin 28th day. of ice
| Jaycees Urge 19cr,.
falling only a few thou.sun.t; utility poles The city ran ac- County Budget The Road and Bridge Fund, TilE RIGhT POINT for the I :uI4L.)

For Big Users KWH short of a 50000 KWH. cept any bid or reject a',1: of without contingencies totaled !I 1 |. Charlei A. I Mir by,
1 HeadquartersAppropriation May write. Come In and Clerk, .if c'lr-uli i .Hirt of tired,
avelage per month now. : them Pierce told the coun- 141576.78 in 1964 and was

(IContinued From Pa.e One! The city's regular commercial cil.I Work Started down to $139,543.18 for '65-66. 1! Molect ;your favorite KSTKItBKOOK ; -I i ford County, Fhrlda'l'l' It 1 8J,

its engineers, both aa a con- electrical rates are a $8 50 I Heard a report from Police The Fine and Forfeiture Fund I

coHHlon to the Holiday Inn minimum for the first 100' Chief Wlllidm F. Rossei who still minus contingencies because i i I fountain pen. TELE- WONDER TREEWorld's

chain and because It 1 la thoughtthe KWH 4 cents per KWH between -'I I said he has been in touch I Work began in earnest I they are not yet known The Starlce-Ei; .idforl County GRAPH.Nullcv .

motel will be the largest 101 and 1.500 KWH. 3; j with the assistant chief engineer Tuesday on the 1965-66 bud- I for 1964-65. totaled 97374.65 Junior Chamber of Comrneice I I .. .-

commercial user in the city's/ cents per KWH from 1.501 to 1 / of Seaboard Airlines get with Clerk Charles( Darby last year and will go up to: has adopted; a resolution .
2 telling the County Commission $100.362 in 196566. full of a'.' : Of .tppllrnlloH I'or 'ln,
history. 2.000 KWH and cents per : Hallway concerning trains! I pledging support IJre

Mrs. Johns' motion Tuesday KWH for every KWH above !, making too much noise going : the county appears to be A figure for the General 1965 Legislative! Act appropriating .1 II sI_. IfM.III. I.'. 5.Not1. .

night! stated any 'new commercial 2000.. | thiouKh town at night Rower In "excellent" financial con- Fund. the largest portion of $50,000 of state funds) : ". I I... hereby given thai
T J. .
, establishment submitting In other action. the council: :said" the trains have also uad dition. the budget by far was not to Junior Chamber International -I I the followlnir Alilornmn. lh certificate" Iwldel'i ha.>r

plans to the city, if a. survey Heard Mrs. Ous Liiinas for I I up RR crossing; for H.S long "Receipts will be up con- available. It totaled $207.- for the crejlion of permanent rllnl ...Id l icrtiru-Rtv* f..,. it tax

dhows it would average 600,000 the second time concerning I as an hour. He said however siderably," he added. 342.45 last year.Sanitation Jaycee: headwiartpvs I deed certificate to be number Issued, thereon and ,The.

KWII per year, or any present payment of two sewer service that he has been assured\ the The budget is still very Officer Jack In Florida: lbs law jrov.ies. "'..uanl''', the dewcrlptlon y 'arof >tt

establishment that averages !'harges and two water minimums mice: and the delays:" will tentative. Darby saId. and not Trawlck asked the county fora that the mjney will not to the iTounrty, arid, the nai.n. ',inwhich "

600,000 KWH per your, can for her Half Moon I ccr.se. I I nearly complete but the Board 2.500 Increase above th! paid until a. Florida: municipality follow It: wait aniMfHHed, arc, a.

qualify for the 1.75 cent rate.A Hotel and the Thrift Shop Set August; 3 as the dat.-- to I did go over It Tuesday in its I $7.500 he received from lift; pledges an coual a- Ortlflcat .No. 40. Year of In.Uftnctt .

customer qualifying for ,the below it although only ons study a tentative budget for day-long session caused by tax I Board last year. He said state mount for tills: purpo.se. D"""rrlpllon 19tf i. of Property I I.nt Fastest

rate and then falling below sewer line serves the two-story 1903-66. : Dr. Strickland assessment protests. A meeting matching funds are available, The appror/rl-ttton Wt', opposed 50' .N H by Bfl1 I 10 A W In i"\\ SHADE

the 600,000( KWH per year building. Mrs. RubY Johns Was asked by Clerk Edwards was set for next Tuesday 'dollar-for: dollar, and the raise In the leg.s.aturj cy of I'01 KMc of !!lito! 33.of N\V1 T-5-H. of K-22-K.NWVi E:

average must reimburse the told her the Utilities Committee to I leincmber to report Associated With July 13. at 7:30: p. m. for the would Increase his allocation Rep. A. J. Tliom.i.1, Jr. on the 1 Name In which asiieaHed. Lacy Freeze Proof Guaran

city at the regular two cent had met once on the problem :-fec'sions: reached In committee Doctors Board to really dig into the 5000. He Is shooting for a grounds: tvit: state tax money HospitalDr. I ,..
All of mild
per kilowatt-hour rate. The and decided they didn'tundeistanci meetings budget. Nothing else will beRrque.sts total budget of $37.000 in should not I hi spent for such foiintv. property .Inlf In '
outside the reguii' of Bradford. State of Alive. 5 Ft. 5.00. I .
I motion was seconded by Coun- it. She told Mis considered. 1965-66. I purposes. l'hom and two: Florid,.
council session to him V. W Strickland. who
around. Pictures
t cilman Ewell Lawson and unanimously from the Sanitation other leglHi.itor! have Institu- t'nlass. .Mticli, certificate or ret ,
Lalnus the committee would :
I to be entered in the official completed his Internship at County Agent George Hug- tlflcatea nhall he redwemerl, at Literature Write
approved by the meet again Wednesday nn-l city records. Orlando General Hospital on officer, civil defense director gins asked the Commissionfor ted a suit in Lit u Conuty rlr- cord'In if to law the property d,' Cary'sNursery

council. I Rive a derision after Mrs I June 30. Is associatedwith and county agent and an Increase of $553 running cult court lee.cini;. to perman- scribed In Much. ,certificate oj '4 4 MI. East! of

Lawson and Counrl-.rrian: Curl Lalnas explained the situationa Doctors now Hospital In all others were accepted with- ; his budget from $11,590in enty enjoin thu Compti; oiler certificate highest bidder will be at void the to court the U. S. 41$ .on Hwy. 41 Inverness -

Hurst said after the meeting second time. I Car Avoids .Stnike in general practice.Dr. out question, but will be torn 1964-65 to $12.145 in 1965- and State Tica-rrcr!: from disbursing houH. door on I the flmt Mon.l\ Florida.
they understand ,the 1.73:: cents Into next Tuesday. th- !tunds. In month of Aiiffuiit.' lie;,. wt.i)"
66. his i
Clerk Merrill Edwards sold Huggins; juggled: bud-
I Strickland was reared In I. the Znd day of Aunum. 1 6r.DANCE
rate will not go Into effect until that many services In town Pedestrians; I, Pnvtona Beach, graduating; Several minutes were spent get to provide a $500 Increasein In their reso'utlon' the

l after a customer uses In have only one water line but II I from High; School there in discussing a five per cent sal- the county's allocation to Starke Jayrc.-s ask that the! I I

excess of 2,000 KWH each/ pay two minimum it two I Woman Hurt I lMf! ) After serving three yearsIn ary increase for county employees him. from $3.900 to $4.400; a appioprlatlo.i, be defended I I

month. Clerk J Kdwards; said he households occupy the sam I the' Army part of that time when Board Member $300 raise for the assistant "with all die f-rce and authority I

. is aware the engineer's letter building. Mrs. Johns said the II A Jacksonville woman was In Korea he entered Orad- Zedra Hamilton said he agent from $1,500 to 1800. available to 1.1-3! Bi.irl:

included a phrase to that effect policy might have to be I slightly Injured Monday night wohl School of Laboratory' thought a ceiling should be and a $240 raise for a part- of Commission; ; of State Institutions

'but said according to his minutes changed for all If anything I when the car In which she, Technicians in St. Louis and placed on most jobs and thata time secretary the Attorney General ; -

Mrs. Johns' motion did could be done: about MrsLalnas' I wall riding turned, 1 over as the after graduating from there starting laborer should not Civil Defense Director Carl and:! the. Florida Junior American Legion Hall
not. Apparently it is a misunderstanding receive as much as one with Chamber of Commerce."
problem.Agreed driver attempted; to avoid two was employed by Doctors Hospital Roberts asked for a total of
which must be to install 250 feet ofwater I unidentified Negro pcdustrl- for two years. several years experience. No 6400. with $3.800 going to I Friday, July 9
cleared up at the next meet- line to James ThomasIf decision was reached at the "
county purposes and $2-
ans.The Dr. Strickland then attended five Tilt: It If HIT POINT.. for the.
: he will to for the meeting however. A per
ing.The agree pay aceijent occurred atapproximately Drake In 600 to the new commodities 8 Till 11:30
University Des- $1.00
hospital is expected to pipe. cent Jump would push total the Commission Is way ;yon' "rll,. <'..m.. In mulwlts't :
11 p. in. Just Moines Iowa, received a BA program
go on the cheaper rate .immediately Accepted< a deed from Frank I salaries from $56,746 in 1964 your favorite KSTKH-:
south of Staike's corporate demee' in 1900. After that he about to start and which
according to the coun- Thomas for a ht-of-wav limits on U. 8. 301. Roy Kee- (nti-ied the College of Osteopathic to $50.583 In '65. Roberts has been appointed to tOOK fountain 1><"0. TKIJC-': The Dark Horsemen
cils' !new policy. It had been 50 feet wide and 379 feet lonx Darby did have tentative administer. 4.K.\I'II.
I le.v. Oil lost control( \ of his 1057 Medicine and SurgeryIn
turned down on a request for It Is on property In back of Volkswagen sedan when he DesMolnes! receiving his totals down for two of the
the cheaper rate once because the Garden Restaurant onNorth
rut left to avoid two Negro( Doctor of Osteopathy degree
it used 50,000 KWH only in :
Temple Avenue which '
men walking in the road in 1964 His Internship was -
.the hot summer months when Attorney Pierce said Thomas
cording to Trooper L. N. "
aC-I' served at Orlando General
'the air-conditIoners were used. plans to develop I-
er of the Florida Highway .
With Its new 25-bed. wing, how- Instructed Clerk FIdwards: to twtevi -
trol. Keeley's wife. Elizabeth \
Strickland is married to --- -
ever, the hospital has averagedover mall the I _
two applicants fora

per year the required the past 600,000 12 months.KWH city cable a copy TV of franchise the council's from the ordinance by OR.County the was Starke Hospital taken[ to police far the. treatment Bradford after the I Stiect the and they former in reside Starke Barbara at 126 with Houpt Parker their, : I Jq LRe U[J S\t0" I '

council Supt. that Davis the also town's told two the Pierce has a.. soon It ns ready.Attorney AtPlerc"s car turned over on Its left I three children" Danny 12 tQ1lRtAS.SLDLs! Ug .

large grocery chain stores siiwestlon' August; 3 side however.No She. was not admitted Donald 0, and Linda, 6. .. *'-.. ,

Food Fair and Winn-Dixie was set as the date to open
will probably qualify for the 1 bids on the franchise which charges were filed In'' VW Crashes 20 Word or 1 ten.. one time .95 IY Mnniorlitlit. _>luU..n.* Bo per ward

the mishap which caused .foot paid In advanre._____ 1.2S1.2S Vurds of Thank' up to M word"*..-- SM

damage estimated at $400 to Into TreeLosing Keyed or Blind Ad.__.._____ ()vq.r SO word. -- .- So 'piw weed
the left side and top of th"
ftu-h additional<< word over :20. .. .0.1: Dlaplay' edIt In C'IIVIIfkMt150 per tea
I VW Kcelcy told TI'oopel'Fowler

thnt one of the Negroeswas control of her 1058

walking; on the center! line Volkswagen! after running Into Insurance Problems? ILSTISG8I'TfnES! FOR SALS I
and the other! in the middle water standing on U. S. & UIMIOLSTEKY WORKS Ready mix concrete concrete! FOR SALE 6 room house. 5
a BRING OUT Call The Man From"Keystone" block house piers sand ee- acres of land. Completely 1'1"J'alrt'd. One mile! from SUrke. paved
of the northbound lane. I 301 duriintt; a driving rain 710 Lemon St. Palatka I
I ment. mortar mix. rock steel j Painted inilde an' road 860 feet frontage, considerable -
Mnndnv. a vnunir Gainesvillewoman | I ,
Beauty Of Your Home I IVF'LI1 o---- I Furniture Repaired! eyster shell Hmerock. roof'' timber. Will sell all
was slightly Injured out Floors covered with nl''II
Safety Award when" the ear crashed into a George E. LaRue I Upholstered A Unfinished I navel. lintels. BRADFORD!iI tile Inside City Limits Rca or half. A. J. Thomas, Realtor

PAINT YOUR IIOUSR palm tree in the median strip. I Keystone Height MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I I ENOR. CO. Phone 9(14-2521( vonable priced. Phone 969

uxiq:wi'i.y ECONOMICALLY ', Given CityA Tnnerspringa!' Starke. tfchg, I 1822. 3tehg 7f FOR SALE -2 bedroom frame
Fatrlrla Ann l-,\trlclc. 20. Consultant For All Your
and Box Spring house fully furnished, approx.
wan traveling north on the\
ami given! that \ Safety Award was presented foUl lane highway when her Insurance Needs.n.pr..ntlnlr Drop I'd A Card or Call OK !SALE SAHATCM1A FOR RENT OR LEA.SE4' I "arrei! land located about :2 I

like-new look, to to the City of Starke car struck the puddle around PALATKA RA S-B.-rlO:': HEIGHTSNew acre pasture. barn. loadtni ml. east on New fundIng

your home; is: pro- I .. Tuesday night bY the Florida 12:05: p. m. and went out of Great American Inn. Co. MRS. PEGGY HIIALLEB 3 bedroom. 2 baths, fenced chute good for 20 head cows Road (SR 2301, near golf '

do (he work to |i(Tfectitin frt'I( no truffle fatalities in i'' according: to Trooper J. Tel 473-4692 Day Starke. Air it down V A.: $350 down! F H pine trees. See S E. Oelgei Epp phone 9414-9831 (tdayl. or

nt l low ('o"f.Let FjfI1 the city during! 1964. ', M. Hollis of the florida" High 473-4325 Nltes A.: $6900 per month 1246 1520 Fast O>lger, Rd Cltv 964.SllltnightI.--( tfchg

us: submit free Presented to Police Chief way Patrol. Damage; to the FOR SALK-Flll dirt. top soil, Blandlng Ot.. or call A. J FOR SALE--41 x 8 ft. tralle O. :223:

eslimatc. LltIrrlA\\ William F Ro.sHer! bv But left rear end of the VW was I Auto Fire Home Business tractor work, new, and used I Thomas 964-b70t tfchgi one mile East on Orlffls Loo" 30 acres-f 6.0OO. Lots of room

Floyd Crawford. FlIP Safety estimated at $350. Monthly Paymeat 1'lan bnlldlnjf, upplie W. T. Jackson -I Ztrhg 7' for roaming& on this tract Lo-
Education Officer the Certificate -' Building Material and .Machinery .
Miss Patrick was not ad. ORGANIST -Wanted at Fun jated: on paved highway near
: Joseph R. Boycr of Safety rends "for mitted to the hospital but was f'BE SURE TO SEE World Supply. Phone t4-:I i Spot Roller Rink. Bradford FOR RF.NT-l and 2 bedroom town Septic tank already In.
I II '
meritorious service!! to its'tStarke'sl charged with operating a motor Book before buying any other 4001. tfehr County Fairgrounds Starting trailers. Can be moved f 01 Partly fenced with well and

licensed Painting Contractor-96 M3S2: I people; and to the ,! vehicle without a driver's Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne. | July 9th Part time weekendsFor your lot. J. B. White 964-1631 electric pump for water, Pine

State of Florida by virtue of license your local representative since FOR SALE-Larne 3 bedroom. interview call 3844605. 2tchg 7"' ;and cypress trees. Only 16.000.
Wm. T. Jackson/
having recorded no traffic' 1956. P. O. Box 60J. Phone I 1 bath house with separate 1 illvlnn F 2tp 7 :M'\ ). 215

fatalities during; the periodJanuary .964-3794 tfchj I arxl dining! room. See FURNISHED' APARTMENTS I '97 acres. Packed with possibilities.
IJLP Paint )eah'r-Hi!) I-1001 1 I 1. 1964 to December :, Tlir.: HKillT POINT for the at 323: N. Church St. by appointment FOR SALE-6.000 pieces new unfurnished hou.sea H 8 I 129.500. Located on U.

Marc Jackson" Mar. 31. 11)04. : WilY you wrlto. ('.....* In anilMlivt FOR RENT 3 rooms and only. or contact rubber tile Tan 3 8" 12c ea Burdette. 524 North CherrySt i 3. Illway 301 with 1.320 ft.

The city last received such jour favorite KHTF.ilHltOOH : bath furnished cottage. Phone'' Wayne Chance at 9641691. M. R. Judd Tile, 127: Lafayette Phone 969-3324 tfchi- frontage Pine and cypress

-_..__ ) an award in 1957. I fountainn.. | TEI.K- 964-2261. tfchg Uchgt!I I St 4trhar 7 22t" I timber 20 acres tillable Good
"""""" """""""""" "' "" """'""
(hltA I'll. PEYTON FLORIST I t FOR BALE-Moving Furniturefor I 7-room bungalow Sturdy 2. .
-,, FOR SALE House and lot
quick sale Come and I give 30 30 House U
119 8. THOMPSON ST. story barn. x
FOR BAlE OR LEASE-Large on St. Clair St. See J L. 1
your offer. Cash and Carry traffic noise.Oood ,
back from
964-4155 I set
house, 3 bedrooms and den. or ; Sllcox. 427 N St. Clair St2tp.1
NIGHT 969.469iDISTINCTIVE Tell your friend. 708 Lake TermsSTROI'T.
4 bedrooms Kitchen : 78
FLoWERS; !' I v.1tJ11 Stret-t. Starke Hpd RE.U.TY
breakfast' area 30' x 14' living-i
THE DEPENDABLE l2Wides. We Wire Flowera Anywhrrntfchg. I wtth nreplaee.I I FOR SALE Heart Cyprus! FOR SII7 N. T"pl.'I'f'.
dining room SALE Purple! tip peat
I fence pott dock post n3: (IV. !S. Jail*
I 135' 137' ;'I
Large x
CYSTIM FOR I IIN Fenced yarl.: $I 00 hamper You pick them
green cypress See Kling Orlf- Phone 91t-U'U!
Custom Made C'n.\N1 corner lot Low down pay MorrU Carter' 914-1511 itchy
| fU. Griff Loop Up
(For Florid Living AT KF.I rCF.I> RATES I IAUTO. ment. 746 S. Westmoreland FOR SALE: 12 foot( aluminum

In farm or Suburb** Hom*| t "'mt:. BOAT | St. or phone M4-B884 tfch FOR RENT One bedroom 1 FOR RENT furnished--2 Utilities room apartment fur-- fl,'hlng boat and 3 II P.

r.t: More DOYLE: K.: CONNKRINSUKANCK : Johnson kicker 315 N Myrtle.
trailer. Also trailer with
YOU space i nl AGENCY FOR nENT2 bedroom block Phone. 944-7421. or McOrlff
(For Your $ $ $ patio Westmoreland Trailer ltpd:! |
& I tfchg home 624 Epperson: St Phone Park. Phone 969-3291 or 1 Trading Mart. N. Court Rt.. f

No Salaried or Commissioned OH4-1R62.. tfchg 49-2151. tfchg FOR RF.Xr-1S room, unfurn- i Phone 964-1021 3tpd 722

:' Employee FOR SALE-1963 Model 10 X I 1 j I Uhed house' Located 7(12( N *
I SALE 44 Dodge! Dart 4
i FOR : :
50 house trailer, in good con-1 I Idilion. FOR RENT3 bedroom unfurnished | MEN WANTED For cutting Walnut Street. Call 969-2594
DAD & ItltAD LAUSEN Bee at Westmoreland1' house 311 N. Clark end loading pulpwood' $1000I after 6 p. h. Itptf i door sedan radio and heater

.LIKE: TO WORK Trailer Park or call Mrs. st. See Bill Graham at Al- I,I per day or $4. 00 per cord. See< I I2JO equity and take up pay
CaU 964-8O31: mornings -
'I Heights I yard 2tf 7 81;I I Kling OrlTfla. Orlffls Loop WANTED- SecretarySteno ments.
Kaufmann Keystone
1. '/ II. I'. Pump '& Benefit! 3tpd 722j
I i 473-4731. '' 1 I Rood Up grapher Must be proficient! at ;
2. .12 fiallon: Pressure: Tank I
:\1.JlF.I.P: wtvrrn: i'I dictation. typing (electrlcT f j FOR SALE.-TV. lawn mower,
3. Automatic air control 1"I \ SALE 7 room frame I JANITOR WANTED Part- spelling Neat' appearance, accurate -I i i .
All SUes Display FOR Ave 21 to tiO; good health; 8 ', 12 Inch fan. mechanic tools
on .
,I. Check Val\c -_ .' I house. 2 miles south of Starkeon hour day, S day week; vacation time Job. Contact Mr* Barry. work :Minimum 9 yearsexperience. and box. Phone 114I11.2633. Itp
I 8-10-12 Wliles: phone 964-3601. tfchf'STANLEY I
Submit In
5. Convertible from Highway 100. Priced to nick. 1 leave and retirement !
Shallow to I
Ul''IJ"t'1I lvi laths I handwriting listing HORSE: FOR SALE -Palo.
sell 909-1653 79 benefit Write or see1' HOME PRC :1 your own !I
6. Delivers 810 I ) Gallons; per hour at 20 and Expandnblea; ]1 qualifications and experience: mIni mare $1200: can M4i -
\ Sunland for
Personnel! Manager DUCTS has opening: Lady i I
' pounds pressure & 15 ft. water level I FOR SALE! Good businessand I Training Center. P. O. Box special part-time work. 3 hrll| to Box 208. Starke. 2tchg 7 19 i, 1821 'tfhg

Used8Yr. I residential properties In 1150. Gainesville Florida. i dally: $50 week. Car essenlaL ]
and i
t New and snLm.proved. I! WANTED-Experienced bookkeeper
Starke. Improved
Box B
4tchg 7'23: For Information write
availableUse i H. V. Knight. P. 0 ; c'o' Bradford COlntyr.lt'- and general office bedroom. Air conditioned, $40
Sale financing Drawer P. City. tfcb i t I work. Apply Bradford Engineer -
: : month Pall 9 M- 322 UpBOBBY
Price'tr.u': Itchi ,
; ; --- -- FKMU.E: HELP: WANTED graph. tnr Cn. phone j

; '; ,' Our Kenlal-Pur- HILL AND JOHN'S Age 21 to 54: good health; 8 9642561tfchc I

chase Plan-Payments hour day S day week; ?.[In. WANTED Experienced sectary -
Under $50 Per MonthNOW1 TV REPAIRS education 10th grade: vacation : for general office work FOR SAI.E:-U!ed! TV with 1 BIGGS

For Deep Well)) Add $43.32 sick leave and retirement Apply to Box 790. Starke. I!' stand. Needs repair. $7.00. Call SHOP

-- Phone .1631073IIAM1TON benefits. Write or sec '; atcnt 7 1131 t 9* ...7"4 Itpdi ,

Bank =" Personnel! Manager, Sunland LAKE FRONT LOTS on beautiful i I FOR SALE -- Potato VIM'S.Phone Paint And (;1a",.. Work
Financing Payments as low as $10.00 Training Center P. O. Box :
4tpd 722 1150. Gainesville, Florida. Crosby' lake Limited ;i 4.743 after 5 p. m. FREE ESTIMATES::

Per Month after Low Down PaymentR6My I 4tchg 722 number available. I(30 x 273)) I Stchg 715 411.. S. Walnut St.
Mobile Home SitesAVAILA1ILE ANTlDordt'.ly!: 1 hours 13: .450.00. B04-7701$ day or 9604. !

each week for semi-Invalid 2734 nlfht. 2th 7 18 .
: FOR SALE Collie Ptipple
341 1 Park Place. 2thg..78.. I! pure bred. Sired by pedigreed Two\ Bed Room frame home FOR SALE BY OWNERTwo

. '. DURRANCE Full lake Privileges FOR RENT Completely: furnished AKC rca Collie no 00 Mr*. I mlth living dining and Florida

Homestead Exempt- 3 bedroom home with'' Walter Martin. 4'i miles I room, clone: in garage

D Financing acreage. 0 miles \V. of Starke north of Starke on 301/) 1 two paved streets with: pa:1: Story House-2 Apartments

., $50 monthly. Call 969-2B33 'i'block\ north of Thonl Truck runway Lot 149 ft by 155 ft.
Corner .% hinrton & (!rand !'tA..
Lake Geneva ltp Stop. 3tpd 722 facing. East Call St running
Furnished t'nfuml ht'd
back to Beviant Road. An or
; 'ca 221 E.: St. 1 I RURAL LADIES There Is
Washington -
For Per Month
ideal home
FOR" RNT-2: bedroom furnished for a family want- $90
earning opportunity for
. "a Trailer Sales I you 1 ing plenty of light and clean
Phone 961. 29t house hot water bath. ',., in your community representing
Fla. Power LUht screened fresh air. Beautiful\ round 1
I Avon Cosmetic and Toil
Priced For Ouick Sale
; DEPENDABILITY I Starke. Florida On Koiite. 1H( One :Mil SKKevotone front porch garden spare. 2'I'I:' etries. Opening! in Bradford and shrubbery Including

f HilFhlOnen miles out to right East SR-16. County. Write MrL Oulda rapes. See it at your contren1 -

\ Sales and Service Sin, & Kvenlng-!' ,I Phone 06-1-0015.' 3tp 7 15 Sweat P. 0 Box &40. Live 1' lence A. J Thomas., Realtor. PIIOXB: SU2'ClI
\ Tel. 944-3701
I Oak. FU.

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Bradford County Telegraph

__ fiTARKB. P14.. TllfKSDAY.: JULY .. 1965

,- control the disease. six or ao Inches long pinch )
r I Ray blight Infected flower them back; to three sets of
I heads have chocolatecoveredpetals leaves. ARE TERMITES ,

ce NEWS And NOTES Let's Go and a dark brown. bane By careful choice of varieties DESTROYING !
on the florets Use the same you can enjoy chrysanthemums -
.: ,: : --1'- For Today's Homemakers treatment for ray blight as from September
\: ----------t'\:\rcv Gardening YOUR HOME? )
J suggested for septorla.! through Christmas or later. If -
IJy Martha Sue McCain There are several Insects" you are set up to control light i
X144 4t Hy liortey :Sharpe! Editor that attack chrysanthemums you may cause the mum to FREE ;
County Extension Agricultural Extension However the hardy plant Isn't flower the year around. INSPECTION
Home Economics Agent Hrrvlco often damaged to any \great

extent by these vegetarians. ... ice t
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Aphid, may take a liking to
I Discarding dlseuaej! chrysanthemums rUstlo Notebooks $3.20 at the
IIOME.MAKEHV: : COI'NCIL. entirely In moat cae. -by the tender mums. Often a ar.xrruw.
lout \ 1 U like Ignoilngsick
Today Home Builds To- the bonds Issued lit the t / herd of friendly insects will Telegraph. 539 E. Can +9 13M5LAWSON'S
chlldl'en-It Isn't the nor-
morrow's World" was the income tax return Is file! for I devour a colony of aphids But I
I al thing to do.
thane of the 4let Annual child's name. Then a special U you fear that nature Is not
Meeting of the Florida State year's Interest. Income So make dally Inspections on your side try a malathlon '
Extension Homemakers' Coun- I the child, reporting the first of both your children and spray.A I' MARKET
cil. July 6-8, In Gainesville.Delegates Since the Interest will be well your mums. On mums keepan near-microscopic varmint I -
from 33 counties I under J9OO In most cases., the eye out for septorla! leaf that can suck the mum leaves I
t a of the "Sunshine State" heard tax liability will be satisfied" pot. mildew botryUs and ray I dry I.h.. spider mite Leaf Cold Storage Grocery Store
Florida Agricultural Extension without paying anything.Now blight Injury shows up as mottled I
Service Director M. O. Watkins another question has Septorl! spreads rapidly In and off-collor yellow Suggested / -
give the keynote address Tuesday come up. Can the purent'e old wet weather! Fungus shows up control measure include I
evening bonds. be transferred to the as small greyish-brown spotson malathlon. Aramlte Kelthane I
the leaves The., ol
r During the three-day gather (child and accomplish the same centers and Ovex
the become bi.'title. The
Ing on the University of Florida thing The answer Is "Yes," It spots Thrlps are warm weather)
disease usually ben ins with the
Campus, delegates discussed can be dune, BUT the parent Insects that damage flowers
topics ranging from Youth De- must pay tax on accumulated lower leaves and works up- ,' They are tiny slender pests I
\elopment and to Interest up to that point; and ward. about 1'33!' Inch long. Maui '
------------ --------- ---- Citizenship
Safety and Consumer educa- the child la responsible from I You can control noptorla thlon and dleldrln are recommended -
then on.And with weekly sprays of Captan for halting attacks othrtp )
tion.N w State Homemakers remember SAVE ALL ferbftm or tlnrto according to *.
Image Of StarkeThere Council Officers, elected dur- TAX RKTU1CN3: as proof ol Dr R. s. Mullln. plant pathologist Foliar nematodes may
Ing the meeting, were Installed Intention.- with the Agricultural pear In your mums. ap.1
at a Thursday evening banquet IS''''. POINT STAINS Extension' Service. He suggests ptse destroy' the leaf tissue
Ink stains from ballpoint alternating between ferbam between. the veins causing i a
it stands peeling paint and middle of the floor. One visitor Miss Enra M. Blan<-hard. of pens can be a stubborn problem and rlneb until the buds begin browning of a wedge or pie-
Lawtey attended this meeting In the home laundry. Hut showing color and then use shaped section of the leafYou'll ':
all in full view of more than 6,000 sense of humor remarked last
only zlneb.
me.LOOK1NU. such stains usually can be removed find malathion usually i Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
vehicles passing by on busy U. S. 301 that it was the first Chamber AII1CAISeems > If properly treated Mildew Is another fungus I effective In halting these'

every day 6,000 cars and trucks, merce office he'd seen with a to me there's been an First, remove as much stain you may discover It'll appear pests If ;you apply Uie material t I Pork For Your Freezer.
carrying estimated 15,000-plus passengers swimming pool. amount of discussion as possible with carbon tetra- M a whitish powdery growthon before the Infestation become Deep
with 30,000 eyes to stareat But all visitors don't have about college educn chloride. Then soak the fabric the upper" surface of leaves too never*. ,I We will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a

the sorry facade of the Starke- of humor. Some might even .. Not only the rising In warm soap or detergentsuds and stems, tender portions of the r In case you are a neophyte, I Small Fee for Pick-up-Itutrhering row $:1.00) per
Bradford County Chamber of Com- getting their feet wet while .- ., but the lark of facilities wash, and rinse In clearwater weekly Control mildew with pinching I ill an import"ntpractlt' Head and hide (Hog 3c per lh.-Cleaned Weight.
building. business' o meet the needs. of Increas- If some discoloration application of Kara- In mum production. Chill-rut and Ib. with
merce with the Chamber of thnne For wrapping 5y'1c per paper.
ng numbers of youngsters remains, you can treat whiteor The first pinch i* mad when
Put in their position. What merce And this Botrytl (Is
yourself manager. a scrooge of
to ,
want hleschfaitt material' with!
go. II the
plants about a Inches
would you think of a town that allowed just the one who came here Some Urn ago the Treasury mild bleach. If bleach Is used flowers' The mum petals develop tall removing are about onehalfof We Sell fleet and Pork for Home Freezes

itself to be shown to the world in view to locating a new industry printed a leaflet a second laundering' should fob little brown freckles. andthen the item and leaving three
such a dilapidated showcase? It you midst. Instead of purchasing how to save for a college low For more stain removing the entire petal begins sets of leaves Later when the Phone 9GI.82S1' Washington! St.
were looking for a home, would you he might leave suddenly in a through regular pur- suggestions, contact this office In t.o rot .and often Is enveloped lateral stems or "breaks" are / .
settle here? If you were seeking a site even in an ambulance, if he .. of U. 8. Savings 8onia.j| Court House Annex, or a trey mold Jse lneb to

for a new factory would you pick cold while sitting with wet main point was that the I call WV4-2M5. We also. have

Starke? If you were hunting progressive But all joking aside, don't I Income Tax die on\I some new bulletins on lauaJer-,
that accumulates Ing modern fabrics upon re
community in which to rear it's time to do something I .
your children, where they might havea Chamber of Commerce be reduced -or even wipedJ quest. I I

chance to grow and prowess with the public image, in the eyes of Farmer's Diary 3
area, wouldn't you be likely to move motorists daily? If you do, HOW// Area Codes
on to some other community at the agreement with the Chamber
sight of the Starke-Bradford County merce board of directors.! They By SAM MoGaj-vry

Chamber of Commerce Chances are last ahead with
Thursday to go I place And there's no relief
you would unless you were an intrepidsoul raising campaign to build a until Alligator Creek slowly
who refused to be frightened away building on a new site that tt I retries off the excess. water
and took the time to discover that be- t be representative of Starke. and In turn flood the lakesIn .
hind this decaying front there is a knows yet just how much IU putt fltaacAa
hard-working Chamber of Commerce cost, but a good round figure .isusla.Kt
of sincere and This I ill not to say that no aeMaww .e
staff backed by a group at an a starter U $10,000. It .
efforts have) been! made In the ruuwnrl 'I. .-,4or\ '
business You'd .
never _
progressive men. take more but hardly less'
.. the'condition.
to correct
know t\t.\ however, If you jumped to lot of money to raise but U"I -- for they have. of that the solution r
conclusion* and judged the town by be done. It has been done
The sun U nearly direct! will\ be an easy on*.
its prevent chamber headquarters. the community recognized jverhesd at. noontime now, However, although a large
Unfortunately most people are conduslonJumpers and was sold on the necessity. and "the Dear will get. you," part of Bradford County I.I U I 904eau.
and first impressions .You'll be hearing more it the saying goes. If you! I flat-woods land. It U at lens etTn Is Ac*

are lasting ones. Can we really project later-as soon as, a cork too lone In the midday I ISO feet above! sea level and
lest.. Most people In the there Is a big drop betweenhere
blame for sizing Starke asa NEW
anyone up been selected, plans for the
working !
country avoid It. by and the Oulf. and the .mnostvgtr
hard-bitten "poverty pocket" If we have been drawn and oaamoo
up, a the fields very early In the I Banta Pe River could rarry
are content to let our prevent Cham- mapped for raising the morning quitting at. about off flood water. from this sec .. AREA CODE
ber of Commerce building reflect our funds.In ..., o'clock. and then resuming lion .1.
public image. I after- 1SRepresentative I II ZONES
the meantime, take work late la the rs.wa

Not only is the building unpresentable at Starke's "image" at the top I Arch Tnomas '
from the highway, It is almost column. a has become Interested In FOR FLORIDA 'n M..,

uninhabitable on the inside!' when it :Now': really aren't we all Stock: animals don't have to the project, and were turf 813 n silt
rains. Puddles of water form in the ('(11 be told. to stay out of the hot that Senator Charley John WAMna
Cow quit. traslng and will do all he can to help l'IU'll
"hunt the shale. : hot find a If the county commission wit
"wallow." and even the old take the "lead perhaps! a good EpfWV ,..
Our One Last ChanceThe hound will crawl under a' tart can be made toward a
building and take a 'I..ta'j' co-operative effort with Union 305
moving only to rout and Alachus' counties to cre-
fleas. ate a real drainage system'
A . .
"big county" legislative representation sow
small portion of the population The part of Water Oak An application U pendln
"feeling its oats" on the ba- remain that their products .
Creek that ha. been cleaned' with the Soil Conservation
sis of the one-man, one-vote Supreme tial to the well-being of the out I Is doing a good Job of ear. Service for t survey of a Wa
Court decision, finally pasted a reap. They are the backbone of nine off excess ground water ter Oak Creek drainage sys
portionment formula that-If upheldby try's, economy. The city voter but It did not sate Lesion tem. But that will only\ provide
the courts-will put both houses men they elect to the Morgan's tobacco crop\ He lost a survey, and any construction
of the State 1 Legislature in control of be totally unfamiliar with ) about hall of his planting, due of a watershed woul
critical have to be paid by loom'1 '
metropolitan Florida. I to flooding rains at a
of rural areas, and what
funds Which mean that If wr ,
tobacco on :
I time. Planting
The only hope now left-and that have if they are to continue flat-woods land U a rUkyl are going to correct the coun-
Is slim-lies in the Constitutional tribution to the nation's ;, business, and such looses are I tywtde drainage problems

amendment proposed by Senator Dirk- Our valuable natural ) I common In this section' I well have to start by ark now
sin, that would allow one house of a land are in danger of being lodging that drainage Is our EFFECTIVE July 11 Florida will have 3 Area Codes Instead of

state legislature! to be apportioned on and misused unless! !some Speaking of the Water Oak number one problem of the
factors other than population.We found to give additional |I I. Creek project, County Com- r"'''"''. the present 2. North Florida, including the area served by Independent

feel that Sen. Dirksen is right tion to those who are I mlMloner O-org Robert taW I II

in hU belief that reapportionment cerned with their (' I I recentlyThis \U thing one of.,,the'.. rut Kionr POIVT i*. it.. Telephone Corporation of Florida will have a New
should be on the basis of resources u exploitation. It Is essential. for I I most important CROOK PeenUm .n>. TELEmta.ru. I
done In recent years We hop Area Code Number 904. Our Area Code 305 will be
well as population. As has been pointed' al arras somehow to I I I to extend the project and I II I select.. favorite KBITR.
out. the danger in reapportionment weight of representation in clean! out New River, and then peer
as decreed by the Supreme Court. Is one house of the state and I work on the R-anta"" Rlvei .- designated for the East Coast of Florida from Cape Kennedy to

the fact that vast stretches of land and thus drainage -
legislature! \ area, Improve
Miami. The West Coast (from Tampa south to Naples, Wifl Keep
containing America's food, lumber, Passage of the Dirksen I for the entire. county HGUSHOlD

clothing fiber livestock, minerals! by the necessary number of I I its Area Code Number 813.
water and power have been left total islatures seems to be the only The problem In the county pssTsv

ly unprotected by political representation. fair representation for as.i mot every landowner ; ... "'"
knows. \Is that there I. no utl..
tan areas. We must work ,
place for surface water to go 'pY .,
Granted, these producers are a end. A landowner digs a ditch to saMy.e. .. REMEMBER After July 11 you must use Area Code Number"
carry water off his place "but _
Instead of running off It 305 in dialing Orlando, West Palm Beach, Miami, and other East
backs up. and things are worse.
than ever (Mew River .Is a I Coast cities. For direct dialing- dial 1.305 and then the number
rood ex&mpla--In flood timM.water .

goes upstream from Itl desired. Also, notify friends and business associates in that area of
IFORIg4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. confluence with the Santa PeRlvrr

6 ESTABLISHED 1879 Springs 1 at Worthington the New Area Code Number for North Florida. Use it 904-

A .
N ms.Y acres aj. L ....TTNIIW.. [onto* AMD PUM.IM On of the worst drainage Phone on your stationery and cards. Proper use of Area Code numbers

C Oiecer conditions In the county Is In
/10.10x' WISU.T Ntwecii Puecienio
'..' tee nuouUOOO.. ." THE SAM MAKMSA5Puasw'E'e the section.. lying east of 9643965Florida will facilitate prompt handling of your long distance calls.
'j.os Starke. It to supposed to be

CACM TMuaatOAT AND CMTVUCD A* BCCOMO CIA* MATT Ar drained by Alligator Creek.
Po r Orriec AT evA.ts. FLA. UNOt ACT Or MASCM *. ISTS.IN then Rowel and Sampson THANK YOU
Lake and the run to the

THE TRADE ARIA OX. l'JAJpJIG . SIX MONTKa Santa F* River. After everyaped Pest .
OUTBID:: TRACE AREA ONE TEAR itoo . aIX MONTH of !heavy ratals that sao- Control' .
I lion U bowled down yard Independent Telephone Corporation Of Florida

flooded roads made Impasa fr CHEMICAL CO.

.. able from ditches overflowing
beKer-skeltrr all over the t

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..>. ulVVIVT must ,be present to win) I former resident of this area. Fitzpatrick accompanied Mrs.-I O. H. Roberson of Melbourne.Mr. ....
: like an Indian and a bright: weekend. Tom and Henry are
A.ln'OUKSIIOP died in Charlotte, N. C. on Button home and will bQ and Mrs. A V. Boswellspent y..y..yyy.1
{ EYSTONE < I blue feather wise about aU class mates at St. John's Jun-
HIGHLIGHTSBy The Workshop Committee of June 10. A native of Pittsburgh
I ,I visiting in Keystone Height a few days in Jacksonville that was required f to:( help her ior College in Falatka.
the Keystone AARP Chapter INDIAN BEACH
Pa., he moved to Flor- for awhile.
Beach last week and reported j feelings. We're to
a' happy On July,, first. Mr. Tom
met July 2 In the Community
Mary K. Schaeffer I ida as a child when his parents Undfiey Walker became 1H, a wonderful time. her stitches have been 'removed
Norwood celebrated his birth-
:::rkaYuaau... .W.r..r.n.uW.W.a.u.u..urcctz5FUL . /I Church plan the educational uummer'a building programand to Mr.decided Will lived to settle here until here.he over the weekend suffering a. Mr and Mrs. Art Wheeler i (Lake Santa Fe) and she is now doing just day and I forgot to ask
light stroke and is now recuperating -
':.:\ EVENTS staged. Its annual fish. fry l Mat I I put the supply cupboardin married and went to North In Alachua Genera) and Mr and Mrs. Doyle James : lUri. Jack F. Miller era. fine. While she and her mother which one! Mrs. Norwood had
order. spent a few days at Ocala National were waiting in the hal'for a surprise bridge' party for
=>X'' HOLIDAY WEEKEND': Friday evening as the traditional Meeting for this purpose Carolina to live. He was well Hospital. Hit was planning to t Forest. While there ............. ...............4............... & ...... Dr. Patray to..arrtve oiu him. There were two tables ofb1'1d1Je'
Tw,events staged over thelouacid kick-off to its Summer known there being the man- leave soon on a alxweekshunting I '
they attended a family re- neighbor Mickey O aunt
James Puckett players: Mr. and Mrs
were chapter ager of the Fuller Brush Co. Hit I If I do not sound like
: financial Swimming Program. Around trip with friends to [
aucoesaes: by Hazel Duvlfl, Mar- union on the 4th of July. I up with a big bass hook J. o. Hanson of Keystone
president; for North and South, Carolina. old self today let
350 andproflt Alaska but plans have my chipper
.roUd4Y weekend suppers were served may .
were pro- Mr. ana Mrs. Alvin Porter- stuck in nU arm. It seems he
tha Beam, Ruby Reed, Ethel Heights; Mr. and Mrs. W. j.
Survivors Include his wife, me relate why 'esterd81morning.
h.1iP nsora. will be used to to be altered now. : )
puy field of Lewkburg.! Va. and. was trying to catch! a few bas
Weyman, Nettle Smith, and! Orolick; Mr. and Mrs J. A.
= Th.. Key tone Rotary Club expense of the swimming pro- Helen Egan. Elizabeth of Charlotte; two Mrs Roy oratzmlller and Children Sheryl and Jeanne,; 1 waked: up" in the- with some shiners and he got Williams all of Indian Beach
Baker of
sister Mrs. "ant bed. rush-
Sidney proverbial I
I I II gram. The picnic luncheon, scheduled Palatka and Mrs. Leon Wag- teenage sons, Roy and Dennis, spent the weekend with Rev.I ed into 'Dr. Chrtstoffer in himself a whopper: I Better area and Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
I Around 200 youngsters registered -! 'have been guests of their attK and Mrs. James R. Neale. luck next time Mr. Oauiitf H wood, of Mr.
course. Hansonwon
for July 8 at the home of and two
ner of Lake Swan; Keystone Heights and lot! and
,KEYSTONE : Monday for the swimming -I er and grandfather, Arthur Mr. i U living in the lakeside apartment
and Richard Dur- high Player and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Bob Kerrell on Will of
brothers. George behold!I. we are about to come
classes, which underway Coombs. have .
got They
returned at the Norwood' in cast!
bin and
daughter of Tampa Hanson won low. The rest of
Drive-In Lake Brooklyn waa changed and Walter Will
Theatre Gainesville to the conclusion that I am
Tuesday with Instructor j I slightly In that all members of Keystone Heights. lIe hadno 'to their home In Pittsburgh, repent the weekend with his. allergio to our good Lake San any of you did not know, the weekend was. a busy time

JrYL Sat. from YMCA Camp Irrwnokalea and, guest will meet at the Pa. where Mr. Coombs arm:! parents and sister Mr. and, Mrs. Chuck Pardee called tr I for the Nods also. They
July 9, 10 Classes will continue daily Mrs. Ethel Weyman will Jolt ta Fe I As be had me caught,
]Mrs.: C, W. ask service of She ha
educational building. In com Funeral services were In and Mr. he also got blood a us. son. Larry name down from
i from 1 to 3:30: m., through them for the my pressure
.. 1.11- : p. of rain, the party will be held Charlotte on June 13. summer. and Mrs. Clifford Corey and count and I am sure the a- been keeping a calico cat fat Washington. D. C Their
July 18.Another J 1 The new home of Mr. any family. a friend of theirs fit North
I there. ) Ko; I laughter and son-in-law. Mr
fish will be held CHRISTENING mount of Fourth of July com-
fry Charles Tolford Nel.son's
i j 1 henceforth Mrs on Rev and Mrs. Jean Chance and it seems the cat has just and Mrs. Eddy their five children -
will beheld -
and The dame-flay Day Independence Day pany had nothing to do with
on the 16th, when awards Point Is almost complete\,
r .lelllllAY: i i trophies will be presented to at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July I will have a special significance -' and they will be moving' hi and family have returned the fact that it was over two disappeared. It U a trl-colore-; and Mr. Eddy's mother.
I from a trip to Tallahassee cat and has a red :harness' on Mrs. Heath. were here for the
the swimmers. 20 at the home of Mrs. Bert I. for the Edward Ble- before long hundred and twenty points!
l 011 now. where they visited relatives.! It will answer to "Miss Kitty. weekend from the hustle and
/ :;;" The Booster Club Carnival, Chrlotoffers on Lake Geneva. has. It was the occasion I Mrs. Connie Barnhill says'
A.. .e..yMerI\ l IIII staged last Friday and Satur- A social hour will follow. .l the baptism of their third I tr.TTV.VVVVYVVVVVVV..y Ouests at the home of Mrs. she has had a steady stream It is quite a shy cat and the bustle of Jacksonville.

day, was also u lousing success Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scheibe granddaughter Patricia Kay,' Nell Roundtree. for the 4th of of three and four bass catches I owners are due back soon, In Gathering at the nearly

Sun., Men., Tues. with a net profit of a- of Spring Lake have extended daughter of 8 Sgt. and Mrs. July were her children. Mr coming in all along, but only Pat Is quite anxious' to get a- completed lake home of Mr

July 11, 12, 13TIrit round $:;00 from the various n cordial Invitation to the I Oat her C. Queen of Minot. N. MELROSEBy and Mrs. T. A. Rotmdtree and got the names of Thornton hold of "Kitty. It 'was let ou and Mrs. W. D. Thomas on

concessions Co-chairmen Dick chamber members and friends D. Mrs. Queen will be remembered family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliver and Gene Webb of for a little while and Just! Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs

: Woman WhoWouldn't Lovorn and Margaret Andrewsen to enjoy a box picnic lunch In I. as the former Carol Joyce Rime Roundtree and family of Jacksonville. They got ten wandered off. If you( know o' Ernest Tanner of Starke. Har

"' : express their appreciationto August. There will be gomes!,' Bleha. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. I good bass. She reports that its where abouts, please cal vey" Tanner of Murray, Kentucky

Die the more than 40 volunteer swimming, horseshoe pitching, TSgt. and Mrs. Charlie C.: Phone 47lS- 892 Lester Oray and son of Jack she had full cottages! and e the Pardee's horn*. 479-4211 : Miss Sonya Thornell,

PLUSBRAINSTORM I workers who help stage this and other activities. Members Addock of Columbus Misll'l ....................................4) sonville. big and happy crowd for the It will be more than appreciated Mrs Johnny Chapman and
HiicccsBful event, which will will meet at the Community former neighbors of and Mrs. C W Durbln.' Fourth weekend. as you can well'< Imagine children all of Columbus. Oa..

wi probably 'become an annual uf- Church at 12 noon and proceed Queens In Minot, and Mrs. DUPLICATE BRIDGK left Sunday for a trip to Lexington The William Bells have what position this would pU' They grilled iteak swam

fair. Among the popular attractions to Spring Lake, three miles Oeorge Carfanno, Mrs. Bleha's It seems that I neglected t t0 KY.OUl'Itts guests this week Mrs. Bell'] one In.Tom. Loafed and Just fenerally got

Wed. Thurs.. ... I enjoyed by young,; north of Keystone on Route 21. sister, of Saddle Brook, N. J. put the Duplicate BrtdflP new of Mr and :Mrs parents. Mr\ and Mrs. W. B. Cooper of Mobile Alabama 'sunburned I W. D. was allow

and old were a turkey shoot, Tentative plans were mode were the Godparents. The In the news last week so he..eare ,, Olynn Rothhammer last week" Campbell of Oieenvboro ,I, visited Henry Norswor j i[ ed to Join the /group for,about

July 14, 15 : and a miniature ferns wheel. for a Game-Play Day on AUB28 -. Venerable Fred Yerkes performed the results for the last twO were her sisters. Mrs. Larry North Carolina are down to thy and hla'praents. Mr. and two hours that afternoon We

bOKKHALL: OAMKIYldiiy : at 2 p.m. In the new municipal the baptism, in st.Anno's weeks: 1st place", Mrs.! R. p. Thompson and children Sher- visit with them. Mrs. Bell says,Mrs. Pat Noriwortlhy over! the Continued( On Page Ten))
Goodloe and Mrs. E. B. Oos ; ry and LArry, of Orlando anc I'I --
I Church. He .
night July 16, the this is their first trip down
extendedto 2nd. Mrs. Ray Becker af\tf Mrs. Eugene Easterllng: and
Keystone Heights Junior Woman' Congratulations are had also baptised the oilier this particular time of the I
recent new members Mrs two daughters of the Queens'Catherine Mrs. Phil Kromer: tied fur children. Terry Kathy and
Club will chjUkjCige; the year and she hopes it bet-
L I Keystone Heights Volunteer R. A. Gaunt, rand Mr. and Mrs. Delores and Cynthia third place Mrs. D. Collins Edgar of Eau: Oalle. When per for her father's health
Thomas Norwood of Lake Santa and Mrs. J. W. Foster al\d they returned the' Rnthham
Ann. Also present wereMr
Firemen to a Softball game 1 In than the usual fall trip they
PLUS Fe. Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. V lOlvpns. mer's' daughter. Teens, accompanIed
city park, starting at 8 p.m. and Mrs. Wayne Kin* of make.
}11's. Daisy Hall U in Bradford Mrs The results of the them for a visit I
Murfreesboro. Tenn.
Admission will oe 60 cents Mr and Mrs. Richara Junk-
East Of Sudan I Door prizes have .been donated County Hospital for eXamInation King Is Mr. Adock's sister. other game were, 1st place' Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka Ins and son of Aurora. Illinois I
and treatment. She Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. Val l spent !sat Thursday with he-
buffet lunch served!
A was
''by local merchants and in I
youI got on Saturday. They now
would appreciate hearing. from at the Bleha home on Lawrence Olvens 2nd. !Mrs. France I I parents Mr. and Mrs. R. M
own the Paike place. They
and seeing her friend. who Boulevard, after which I Pyle and Miss Bessie Rutherford Cason.
are planning to settle In Florida
I wish her well. i the Adocks and the Klnns departed ; 3rd. Mra. Oay Lit'inns- Recent guests of Rev anr. ''
I but have not decided )
-Helen Egan!: Reporter. for Columbus to report ton and Mrs. Ray Stamp: Mrs. Watts were Mr. Watt' upon "rt4rr.
You're MASONIC "SUPPER 4th. Mrs. Emory Cooper and brother-in-law' and sister, Mrand making the lake place their '
for will 1
t hours I duty. Mrs. Carfagno
only t t I permanent home as yet Wel-
Mrs Sheman Clvltts I
The Masonlc-Eastern. Star remain for some time visiting I Mrs. E. P. Wright o' come to our small section of
Family Supper was held Junj DULL) -\RPE: VOWS I AH'nsvllle, Pa. Accompanying
her mother, Mrs. Herbert A.
the world, we hope like.t ,arHl
21) In the Masonic temple with Mist Yolanda Dull and' the Clvlttn were their friendsMr. you ,
: from lifetimeof Whitehead of Azalea Place. and if yt
stay will.
; away a and Mrs. Dean you
about 50 attending. This was I She also Intends to travel to Mr John Luther Harpe Jf I Kennedyand
It seems two of our neighbors -
an the Jerry and Audrey '
oppoitunlty Jor young St. Petersburg to nee friends exchanged wedding;! I vow"
'\. folks of Masonic: families to PKRSONALH: Friday morning at 0 a. m. in I also of Allensville. I met In an unusual place

Year'round Comfort enjoy the fraternal and social Recent guests of Mr nnd the Ellam I Baptist Church in Phillip Morris son of Mr last Thursday night. Little
I and Mrs.! Howard Jean Orlflis. daughter of the
Rood times together Worthy Mrs. John ItufNnl were Mrs. Melrose. Dr. Oland WUiwijV Morris loft '
Matron Edythe Nicholson last week to begin' service In Roy Griffins and Mickey I
Rufflni's brother and wife, pastor, performed the eel',
that the '"I< Dr and Mrs. Arian Nation as niony.i
r Morris !Eastern Start) birthday : well as family friends Dr. and The bride U the daughter! Winslow Fredrlrkson has f re-I' room"of the Bradford County And Away You Go f.

party honoring the founder Mrs. Arthur EUlemlre, all I I of Mr. and Mrs. Harley 8. turned from Army Rellerve'tralnlnll' Hospital in Starke Jean WILlIwalklnl' I'ack ideu for truly wonderful
tip your a -
home In the
In South water
of the older would be Carolina. I
a from MoiUei/ Hay Jamaica.The i Dull of Melrose. Mr. and Mr
covered dish rumen NEWS and as she tried to dodge: some vacation next year then do
supper 6:30: p vlsitlnu foursome were) I John Harps, sr. are parents
m. AUIl. 17.COMMUNITY. I II touring various vacation spotsin of the groom. The women of the Faith red wasps under a dock on something NOW to make sure they 11

: CHURCH:: the United' States. I Only close friends and relj- Presbyterian Church Circle her path she Jerked her head com gloriously true! Open a saving
Communion Services were Mr\ and Mrs. Ralph Thom lives of the bride and groojn held a meeting at the home of'I I I to avoid same and gashed her account, here and set t up a schedule

..at 'y. held July 4 with Dr A. C. as and four children are now r -were Invited to attend. Mrs. Fred Hagans In Park of,t I,, head pretty badly. She! requlr- of systematic deposit that will

.. I Holt officiating. Due to the residents of the Keystone Club 1' Immediately after the cei- the Palms at Keystone last'' ed several stitches and shah add up to "what it will take" in the

..+w's.v"a choir being on "vacation" the Estates having moved here I mony Mr. and Mrs. Harps loft week' I i iDon't [r She rame home bandaged up\ way. of money, rome next summer.

I service was preceded by a : from Venice Fla. Attorney for a honeymoon In tpe) forget the revival going FREE! U 3. GOVERNMENT. Little-hy-liltle will add up to a lot
on Ellam
flute solo by Axel : Thomas now has his law office mountains of Tennessee ar)4r' ) Baptist BOOK ON HKARINT AIUS of vacation fun!

and a glila' trio, MalmlI'en'l in the building formerly North Carolina. Church this week with Samuel "Hearing Lout (Hop ThruResearch"

''FEDDERSHEAT I Susan Bird' Nancy occupied bv the Keystone das I1 I Both the bride and room E Maddox as the evangelist ',

and Elaine Lovern, wing the Co. Mr*. Thomas Is the former are graduates of Melrose H10h School The Edam Baptist Sunday Writer or Cull KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

23rd Mrs.Psalm.William Warren, Mr Emily and Reynolds Mrs. William daughterof L., I School. Following will their hon"y-I I I tendance plans in Sunday to have School an at-on GainesvilleHearing : .

PUMP For Whole House moon thry reside July II F.D.J.C Keystone llriffhtt"" FU.Your .
church secretary will be t In Reynolds Sr i Mann's aparementa on Semen- equal to its!! pnroll- Aid Co.

the office for the next two Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reynolds. I ole Ridge Road. meat Members' are urued to Friendly Rink In Your Friendly
attend ezo N. Mxln O.Jn. ..vUI..
and bring
Cooling' aid Heating weeks from 12:30: to 3:30: p. m Jr. and Infant son have moved I PFRSONALS I a visitor so 176-0095 Community"
The Trustees met at 7:30: Into that this anal will be renHxirt
I p their new home on Miss Adonoa Mullls dough/ .
m. Tuesday. Plans for the new Brooklyn Bay Circle ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. t.. The Melrose Methodist
GOES IN FAST Church was happy to welcome !i
I Costs LeasRFDFEA1t church sanctuary are being 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lawson Mullls left last week to spend

: revised to meet the congregational I and small daughter of Ron- a month and a halt In Rice last Into their membership'

authorized budget, and well. On. vllle, Tenn. with' her aunt week three new members.'
) spent several days nflt KEYSTONE
were Miss
Teens Roth- [
'S APPGIA11ACS1n the members are kept advised I lust,, week with Mr and Mrs. uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W hammer
of the new program by Frank Bill Few and family of Lake- Allen. Mrs daughter of Mr and
olynn Rothhammer
TINc; AND COOLING i linen chairman., building committee I view Drive. Mrs Few and Mr s. A story hour will be held' ''I Miss Helen Mae. Watts dough.e BUSINESS

Lawson are sisters. Accompanying each Tuesday In July at tr> ter of Rev and Mrs. Watts: I DIRECTORYANTIQUES

Call 473-1252 For FREE ESTIMATE: -Helen LOCAl.EKBU.RKSIOKNT ReporterFORMER : I I the Lawsons on theirvisit Melrose Public Library at I 10 I and Brent Baldwin son of1!

Keystortfc 1I jt'ht'Iorlda DIES: IN NORTH CAROLINA to Keystone were KennyColeman l a. m. The public Is Invited.<< Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Baldwin. I I I
I of Roswell. and Stea Miss Becky Buel and Pon. : "'
An Official Board Meeting : !
Victor Herbert Will, 03. Airro KEPAIR: !
I'plieu Moss MtKSEUYjO.C.Carnes:
of Alpharrtta Oa.
I Clarence Holden will give tile ) was held Tuesday In the Edu-
-- -- ; Mrs. Bill Few has Just returned first two story hours I IMr rational Building of the Mel-\ I

': BEST BUYS BY c & c MOTORS from the BradfordCounty and Mrs. Harvey Dalit| rose Methodist Church r'The Martin's Place Goetzman Bros. Nursery

INC I Hospital where sheIIPf'nt are in Winter Haven visiting :

.. several days embarrassingly Mrs. Diill's parents Mr. arid I JHIvmay 21 ....t..f'n kUlrom Garagei1EI'.IIR I Hi way Mltc 100 BE"lorllhnm2a of

: I enough, while she had Ain Yancy Howard when and KeystoneANTIQUES stark.
OKM fAM* lee TAKCUNCl.1 IT"$
.. Cf FOW A %PIN Poe ses SO urnr TMINWS IQ MUSH TNtN NOW eOMI ; n house full of company. ThePews they return their two errs, MURRHEEInsurance WOltK Nursery Stock: Thou-
AND $HOW Off OU* 4AIR7 'IOU GOT 40CLA41Y I have had a lot of company Yancey and Claude wlll11. j and of PUnU Fruit
usto CAR MOTOR\ .
FROM AWCM? BODY PArNTTNO Trees to claws from. Nice
latelY, and Marjorie had main to spend\ a month with
Agency t'SEf PvuVrrrnr PORTABLE: WELDING Srutd Trr.s.. :
m Kf9rfT99nA
i probably been overdoing the
t grandparents. I
C&C Motor
OUT sT[.. Landscape Plants
rv t Rood-hostess bit She Is home Mr and Mr!!. Ralph aPrugh General Insurance 'True worth .lthlftan.lat the AU. Laws Mowrr*-OutboardMotor. container plant .
auto Sapsrmartet ., I uiythne -
I now. feeling rested and better'
and two children of Test of Time'Ctn.M I Cam.Uas< A all&le .

.. L, ot Mrs. n. H. Wendeler and'EmaU Houston. Texas spent tile FiatC.t5I'4LTY RLVr.rTo8U''U'- M\'' :iI...day. Hwy 21 K.y.JtoiM Heights Let mi do your Ui .. 1 daughter of Collinsvllle. weekend with Mr. Pnigp'imother. r rtu CM-AMI" :7Cf.u< | ud
Keyvtcn ItoKhU. 4T3-47M! Next' to Drive- '
I 111. have cone to West Palm PHONE: 4T.VJ415 ] TMaLt.
Mrs. L. M. Pearaall. .
I : I t ....... 473JI04Sun I'
Bench after spending. a week II REAL: ESTATE
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rob r. -' I 1! Niles 4TX-31W
with Afr, and Mrs. Oay IJTingston soil of Port Orange were ,.AIMM.IANCES(
I Y nfl'l CVntrvlty lanktrd
01Nelson's Point. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wjl. I -
Mrs. Livingston Is Mrs. Wendeler's Ham IsenJiowtr. AUTO SERVICE I : S DR. Bath. K. DK.earlwMl .
Septic Tank and porch; reusralheat
I aunt The Wendeler's' We are happy to welcome to T V Service Center I I air" conAUonlnj.

will vUlt Mrs Livingston's !Melrohe Mr and Mrs. OeoMe DRAIN FIELDINSTALEATiON ..., .
Who sells more New and Used Cars than else I rarer. let. *nrplayirvwM
anyone mother In West Palm Beach I
DeValencla and children. Bob. J. It. Tinrs, PreprkfarAuthorized I HENDERSON'SService a .. T*_
I before returning home. Linda and Pry 11 Is. They' ha Bowk.S.E.McKay.
The Dealer who makes the Beat Deals of Rack Hoe Work Motorola' Center
who PbUcot
I course Mr. and Mrs.! Russell' Dee- Moved here from Home t ..... r
Sate' and I Realtor
Ran and son of Plnellas Pink and are living on the Molly Pump Out Service Service I I Standard OH Product ,

=t Makes the Best Deals in Central Florida? C & C Motors have returned home afterilsitlivr Price!' farm. We hop they *Ul Fill Dirt and Top Soil .......Ire 0. All Mak.. |I I Ru.\n sttlt ICe 1] KETSTONK HEIOHTS
f' I In Lake Geneva withMrs. like Melrose Johnson o.lItbr.rdSalPe MJc1rMo 473-4S1

Auto Supermarket of course Just ask the folks who I Deetran's ulster Mrs. 0<<- Mrs. Ada Roberaon has returned Bradford Septic T\ R\i0| STEREO 8 Se'rvle.F'fehtnr 'r
trude Nichols, and also with COLOR T'I| TM.>hbFVTL > "ta.tlag
from a visit with her Tank R&RT.11'R.t' NTSBeidler's
I CompanyPhone F.qnl i pntrn -""' _TraJW"
her other Mrs. M. L.
tried. sons and their families. Mr.and Work Guaranteed-TV RmtaU
Beaaley' of Keystone heights Mr: *. Oscar Roberson of 969-2311:! Keyato.. 1If'11(11". 473-4831 I OfL- -K'Er41NP wIntersection Holiday
> Hwy 21.100
l LT Mayor J'',{. L.. Beasley waa Port Orange' and Mr. and Mr*. : Kejwton rfri.."M. 4TJ-49OT I I Restaurant
I 1
visiting his family In Montl- -- TKAII.EIt
cello on the Fourth of July. i SPACESNOW :: I IlEAirTY: SHOP I nno Toad Mort.ntMT Pneeot

::.. ON THE SPOT BANK FINANCING and brought his brother. Harvey Frigidaire Maytag Zenith RENTINGWHEELER'S ;I I OPEN 7 DAYs WEEKLY' ':

.- s.. ey. home to Keystone FttO Dmnm. YA_'*> _

... ..wC- Height with him for a 'rtslt. Motorola Siegler Heaters SUPERIORBuTee ''A" Cart w- .... FM..*

Harvey recently retired from Discount) Appliance Store BEER
Salon 1 Block North at R4 Ud
the Merchant Marine Feeders Road 21 Between Mtlroo* and KFY8TOVE!: HEIGHTS
C&C MOTORS Mary Ann Schaeffer spent Keystone On RperiaMgtnp In

(,; : the long weekend' In East Fa- ALL FORMS OIT REALTY USED

i AUTO SUPER MARKET laU with her friend. La Tin la, YEOMAN'S Sales & Service Lake Santa Fe n..n-.r. c.\R.

Goethe> and her mother Mrs.
HP I WE HAVEN'T GOT IT .. WE'LL GET IT I ION Ruth Ooethe. For Adults Over 40)) Tinting Drvtn--BtatehrnffCutting Hank Used Cars

Mrs. Harold SUtton arrived MELROSB PH. 473-B371 < NatunOTy Curly Hair and
home For the people that, wants Opra .Te I.p.IL': Drt "
IIOHWAV 100 on June :38. after several
_ks' visit In Norfolk. Va.. something a little bit betur.PHO Ann S By Appnlntin Only!I Ray Gil'bade
and Price"
I with her mother and her sis "Quality I Citrus Ave. RMT CoopleItnnoe Hiway 100. !* mL South
>r. 175-lieS : HeigMa 4V.V of Stark
Ii' '
1 ters. Her pother, Mr*. F. A. .



THTllSDAY' JTI.T: 8 19Mlr

Ol A..""."..) r.r Ta. '
.tH.'" r. *.
Notice .la hereby Klv..n. that < IS YOUR NAME AMONG THESE
Mr. T. J Alderman the holder CLIP' THIS' SLIP
of the following certlfleatea. ha PLAY FOOD FAIR'S fJEW
i riled deed rartlflcat aald to ba certificates number luauefl. lher and fur.on m yearof Th la 8 TO HELP' -
laauanee., the d..c'I..n l <"I l .'
k1icir & EXCITING $45,000
the and the names. Inwhlrh c4
property It w.. ....>*a..d are afollows YOU WIllY,

Certificate: Nu. T2. Year ,.! CAME!
BIG C/.SH' OR M h ts
Issuance IPn.DtoIOl'lpllon
of Property| I'ai, LLN r- -- .-: JOHN GUTHRIE $5.00
eel D... In DO IS Til 441 I BKf .
21. T-'-S. H-I2-,;. OftU'NSTAMfI'S : 01.V'1.TM': :
Name Lan..In which aJMienaed Johnny GaMES 3uxi.T1: <> : r 0 ; $1.00 WINNERS

All of said property l b.lnlC In r --- PRIZE SLIP :

of the Florida.Unl County.. of Bradford Stall-\ I AND : Mrs. Henry Loper 0

.. such certificate. <"t tcertificates .
na II "f 1
TO B 1
shall h* redeemed S
according, to law the properl,,) t I Mrs. K. Van Koolbergen '
de.crlh.d.in siivh certifies!* it t
certificates will ba sold to th. 1 '
hlch...t bidder at the ourthouse 96 / EJ I T. H. Bcment Jr.BINGO .
dnor on the flrat Monday 1
'In month of Au.n.t. ll':i. which r I
.II the !nd day nf Auvuat. U4/i/ ? ; Gene P. Leo
Dated thla 10th day of JunvIMS 4 I Gx '
1 1t
) 0 0 I! i Elizabeth Covington
SEAL: ('h...... A. DarbyClerk ) WAYS I ; G i
of Circuit Court of Bradford -
County, Klorld U L.-- J} Barbara Jackson

,1 By B.u I.h M. McMidv TTin, l I'. C r TO WIN ______._.________ j

OTII t: Tl IIKKKMlla : I
flreslt ('.ar1. Hradforil
('...''', t'I..".' ..) fcaare-ry. .
('._ %.. I.1-M.1Mabl : :
trtiella ".nd,"<-ka' I'.",
Plaintiff' vi. Kctgar: I.... 1'. ? TRIMMEDteaJlIlC
fendant.XOTICR. / -
! TO .\J'I'to:"It GRADE'A'N
t To; Kdvir P..* ,
You are hereby notified thai, / :
I Cult for IlIv...... has Ixenfiled K .
, against. you In the atic FRESH .. CHUCK
! named Court and. eauaa and .you
,. '
I .f'
are required to ear a copy f
your answer or pleadlnv t ,ihicomplaint
on the Plaintiff' Artnrney [
lion. leant H. Pit e
r O. Drawer tola. /Htarke. Fla
and file th. original In th. at E
I flee of the Clerk of the i-lriull.
Court on or l efnra I the tad day
I Of August, 19<.IS. otherwll 'III
allesatlona or .a''" <'< I will b. t.k..n.a. con ft'iae it by'

''I you.7 "1. notl,-..ahall h* published, USDA
onr earn week for four --neei u
fire ....k. In th. Kradfurd cut uP
County Telegraph
Dated thli 10th day of June CHOICE
\,n.UtPAI. 5' h ,
1 I..' 7J''

Charles A. Darby ...
Clerk of the Circuit Court swaar. r'--i """ LB
By Beulah M. Muixly. !'. f
71l. t 21 WHOLE "
I -_ '"
.. .. -- ... .. .\ STAMPS WITH r
Ja>tlr Of A sll<-a>ll t. Tail COUPON OUAHTf RjSUCtB>>
EFFECTIVE THROUGH THE; SO 69c M ++k Mr lw i i fwr ""
I- .. PRICES / -z z M.-z' 'CL.. .
nee IW.IT. a roorvtJ. PORK LOIN CHOPS LB Lj .
I :Notice ll hfreby' ahen l lhal WEEKEND quontity ttghtt UI aSIN STAMPS .g1N elaM/N/ MEIN SMare eRgM1.ta.w
T. J. Alderman Ih I holder ol

I I the filed following rid i-erllf rttrtoatB!<-.lee fur a ban tal -- HOCKS 3 : $1 100 STAMPS. WITH COUPON' ( BONE I IN )
deed in ". leaueri. thereon. Th. N.NNN. lA BACI .

cert liatianc*If leal..4h nunktier* '4,_..rlptl and..n yeara of thtproperty. .i ur l. :I tCJ.1! -7'' 11HAM: ", BEEP ..*****. -.*. fiaa> JTT: I 1 IrA3:' IIV; SIU JotIIINR ,? e ENGLISH CUT ROAST_LII. .79=

I In '
..and the..._name..* STEAKS10 99C .. ; 6'
whlrh It .. d a I : 6RIL171tiT11M1'N rOR (. I 'G-L FOOD!
follows: '_ ') AI 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON' f ROLLED)
('.,IICte, N". II I. Y... ulJuauanc I FREE EXTRA / I 12e> CUPS MAVFAIR FRFtH J I "

NW.,dlli>tl IV43.Iewrli ..>n..of f BWI4 V'roerty, of HK'f*.n."mat ., : MERCHANTS WITH TMt GREED COUeOM AMD STAMPS COTTAGE CHEESE ........3 ''oR59 '. ::,L:ady i I 25c v *; 0 B'LESS CHUCK ROAST. Le 89

mo' K l Iof' N ""0' W to IVH I .U'U"I. ? ', .f 'as'
F.r 20. T.'-... It-SS-K.... ,... i CUT OR BEEF POT ROAST s SLICED BACON _..Lit...... 69* TREATS ; '
Nam In whlrh. 4U> aae,1| J < DYER) .......__. Fair 35 M ? B LESS BEEF STEW la 69
Al..and.r. Kal.All t[ L.3 DA ':; ) oP.r_ ,; ..... .....
of aald, |.>r"tM>rtr being. I In : ..._.>OMm ,. e.TCJ *euf M.W A [! CfOAR KEY .. ..........,.......-........--... ........... ........ ..... pry/1 -
County of .....Horci" Mlat' ol I .. vNno ].14.65-w.-w..e lit 19'
riorlda.fnleaa. ---w- RED ROE MUllET........._..._
aunt I'eHiriFKt or ier-.1
lirirale* ahall. l>. redeemed. arenrdtnt ..- I I '
In law tri* property d -
arrlhed. .III aui-h i-ertlllcale. VAN CAMP'SPORK .
errlMcalet will he "cilrt In t lehigheal .. '
hlo"/ "' .' a4 I Hoourl I r
home diH.r on the (tot MiieidaiVIn BEANS
/ month of Augu.l.111. whl. hI I &
th. tnd day nl Auauel. 110" ALL PARITIES 'U'MO"' .RISINO
Dated. thla loth day of Jun-

(HKAl.tCharlea/ : ,

"f rinnit A DarfcyClerk "et of Bradford I 8 100 Bo e-
Couniy. riorlda" %
i/i I 4i ; -- CREAM s CHEER

telk-e. Of A....llm tl..> re. Tax I 1r

....... i llM.iei.IIna1. r".. FLOUR
Notle. I I. hereby gly.a l ,thai
Carl. lt.rt..". the holder of H"follawla DASH
i ertlfli-silee" h.. fil.! "! PIES or
.. .
meld ertlflralea, f. r a l i."v .I! + < r
to It* laud lh r in Th 'r.

'tlflt-al...'.....<-..aiimltere(it,. deex-rlpt: and ".ar-.r 'h' .' )t- DETERGENTS. GT. PKGS 5 LB BAG

1'........,. and the name i iwhlh 1
It ... ..__d at<- <- YOUR CHOICE/ /

follow" .'111""-..t. No SI Year -if iei I- 00 ,
I ..e..e ISISM..riprlnn '
of l-roNrlr W i 1 I
1 A of I..t 41 ,In, T..w n "..r !I..'. > 4 COFFEE j9

K ft nrName In whlrN aeeeaard r.il: fOR 5 jI'CHASE 1

ward Jnnrs ,
f All f>f said. |>r<.per.v heln 1" ..
the 'Conntr. of ",.dr..d. Hla"Bf } FROZEN SHOESTRING & SANBORN 1.
P'Iorldsstale. .
.. mrh ..>rtlfl-ate -
i-ertlfl-ele. ahall. be rdeen"1tfrnrmnm FRENCH FRIES 49 V .
>. law th* proBertrdevrlbed .. > LB Lft DETERGENT r.r.N a- ,
orllfl'ale '
I. eiirh '
<--rtlfl--ate' will' le ....Id I I- .l' poor BAG 39c i CAH FLOURFYNETASTE
the i-ii r'h.u. .
hllheat bl< ... ..<. 11
.. t Drat )1. -
gent nn' V
'In month. of A........ U.. wit'. r. HlAAN"URCHARDSVEET
la ta. tad. den of AII.'I I I IDtted 1' ..
this I'tb day '.1 J>'.n.

!"U COFFEE s -..
tprAt. 'f
: .
,'".t'''' S fwrKv ./

Clerk fan" ''.',.r...Iy."'1.. 10"F1''t...rt.Cmirl.. 7 tf I 1 It Br-..d. ,' POST TOASTIES E011 [ i j:1: f.-II.11". : !.

4g I .
-tUf.r OTII r Tn 1111 IIPPrStiI NT. INCL.; .' / '. t.>.. KKmat '-- / 4 I PRef. eRT/1A L--' I

FOMH'TT.. .ri.omn. e'' f'rH CORN fLAKES c ej MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS' MERCHANTS lrl ST.'a.. ,.. IS $11 -- FIRM RIPEGEORGIA I .. g) WM BM.fei.. M*M KMeM !J
Flag.2'I. ,
Viral .taut. f.'I. 58 QUARTER SLICED I i u Plug .FARMER CRAVSLICED
i iRH
/ I :
Tr."y' ( : t ,. .,
I:2 iIi1" .
Flailflteal.a 2, ,. ,..... r S eMM--r. rr. .r.rear ..
.. .
MtTif: TN IrPEIRT. : ..------ '.1.-----... .. -------1.-----.. .. ..
.. C .Utad B'.S PMI CfI91(1' --------- --- -- ------- ----- ---
Tr h .

Tare Atlaata.rr Dlrurr.Oeorsta hereby ba...*.t.f.l..*..."'. g.; E IS" 'EACHE. S &IIl1 U 11 : I-.. -"II!
i exit
: t'
e ,
nsavMl. impart and_.au aft and ru I< (t' ,. 1 jt Jit. WME or j rET FRESH ( -.etr.a, I I PHI. fA/RA"' 1r
yoar required."...'.... t"or. plead In* < (. CHIPS.19C ; MERCHANTS CRIEN STAMPS I I MIRCHANTS GREEN AMPS \
,. A' CUCUMBER .. _.
rimplalot nm > Plalntlfr -- ----- j
.. .
... .. I ,.
H ,
tray t. o r'e aNI71ORCOLORS / j j7. j. ZI' Y.
2*,...,.....N' Tp'..d l fil. A-'' .' \, MIGFOLLS; LB 8 waOoRNnRi: BANANA PEPPERSMERCHANTS !
Florid. "'... .. HOCKING DECORATED SCOTTOWELS -3 ED<>R 59C t* I-H ;
of Ih. < : S
Itl.lm th* ffl 4 e ANCHOR -Sg 1ITORNOt
"r la. Clr'-alt. ('fort. ,.*) ...r '.-. ; ..- ....'.l/ -s-- i.---x----.-.... 1.1113 -= -rear--..
_. ... of Jolr 1. 100 PT. ROIL .PYRVIA
f tk 1MB Ik. *ll...all." .n- M r s ----- .. .. ..
of Her w lee 15t ------ .. .. .. .
... II GLASSES WAX PAPER r -- ----------- -
said Complaint will taaeoofeereed 'TEA .. ....------ NNN ,
by y<>. >. '.* 1/.i CAM ..ITAUf"ALVrSO.'LIr1; ; I I I' .
shall k* BV :II 63J -
ear.ThIs..nott', .h week. for f...<.- ". ; PEACHES 15C : -3 : : -u.: :
.fle weeka Iw !>> HFSI'! .f rNNNNN.rN.NN ,
eM- ,
.. .... : YM.MeaSaw e1
FnflO >fNTT Tr.I.j"AI'U. 1, 10': pA/AA I IN.R.a7RA
MIN tkla. 171day' .1 JIM4. "- BIG' 30. BAG KLfrMCOOKIMC I
8 29tQT .. I
I CHARIJC A DAP.HrCi.rk :> II'I+1 -..,.__.. WMt*NM" :'r..r.a.NN.w
.f ,lh. <'"- jiBy .' SIZE' CAMS '...rl CRIHIC) J"' M : -o J I l Ile Pi,. LUt SOHMIT. : : cz: LADY ,Alll PRa OP !
M MJ..putl :;
Beule ; BAR.B.Q BUNS I
: MARGARINE QTRS. : : co; *
hFLA1.l 1 WELCHADE.-.3,01t $1 .. ..wwT: i ,. J.t[10r _. SLICIO_ __...' ,
-*- eiri .
.... RUH'IIIIoiCRttC) .. .IJ.I. : .
/ .. .
It 7.12SEiTIC c.u".crCOLDIICC.UIIISTTL&: ;. ; ) ----- -- ------ --- -- "I..t ------

$1,39 I ELSEWHERE HALO .. _._____ e-------__._._uSHAMP' __._-.
TANK AM CORN,. ?_ 4.... F.tI 1.1 59 Ns A U B I J.GE .,............*.- Mee.M.-..-e.*.-... sal V --.N.-w v

4 $1 CRISP, CKECM, : D :. 3.!; : i i : i ipgg :
_... r. .. .! -I

Pump Out Sr ke i INSTANT TEA MIX4 a $1 .N/NNN/N.rrr.rrreNMNNNwwrr> : !!!!. !.!!!. r w-.wlrrwwwr.r J
Fill Dirt and Top Soil I : : Q: / e f1IO: : VUtAM.SsJAR .

COMPANYPhone J DRINK MIX-m-3 $1 LEMONS.12 35* : Win:ar Garlic':. Yfn.gef : ae, ,em a.aaw) _.'
TANK : 1S/lb' T1.. .J TOR r. a eru.1.a. _. r.u _....
909-2311 ./ _. J =...__..war /.1412, R.F1.... ---'--' J 14 U -- ....


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"\OTIC7B ..*. IVI'KNTIOV. TO Raymond Bernard 321 Andrews
1 tlves visiting them from Boaz, say "Hello" and visit a short. [yyyyyyyyy .... Jacksonville; Mrs. Della Trl- 11.:,..TEIt& KM-ririlH 1 MAHHNotlc 8t.. Htnrke.. Kla.. owner.

INDIAN BEACH Alabama this week. I while. They had been down to ,bula, her son Kenneth .. I,. reliy nlven that Dated thll l%th day or June
th. undamlrnftl und"r the prTl :>. A. I).. IC85 lit Starko, Bradford
The Bill Grlners have re- the lake on a picnic with Mrs LAWTEYBy Thompson and family of NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ..lon. of Chapter. 20.9S3 Luwfl County. Florida

I Jacksonville after a Odessa. Hall of Jacksonville Buffalo, N. Y. Including the of Klnrlila, Ail. ot 1 1541. will 1117 4t .VS
(Continued From Page Eight) tuined.\ rovlater, with the Clerk of the
In the Schmitt and other relatives.On members of the family living CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYAMERICAN
nice vacation Enia Bianchard "clrL-ult Court, In and for Bradford
: are so glad this genial young cottage. Mrs. Dorotny Cowan' Wednesday we had an here there were about 57 taking County. Florida, upon n- '

; man Is out of the hospital and arid daughters of Gainesville I unexpected visit from relatives .. .. part In this event. LEGION .- to attend. \ .Ipt noU'of proof.... the of flvtltlotia pu bll..Uoo flM.lflOof of I' TIlE, RIGHT rOINT for the
vited write. Come In and
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Smithof way you
whom we had visited on our !
Is doing well-no matter how were out for a couple of timesto ParramoriHumia" under I
slow It tho lake. I vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Bailey Castlewood. Va. spent several AND AUXILIARY | Bethel Baptist Church: whii'h: wa artn. .a""fl In buiiln I inflect your favorIte ESTER-
seems. visit and enjoy '
: Plunket of Florence Alabamaand will hold open house on Sunday days with her niece, Mrs. American Legion Post 314 Sunday School 10 a. m.. Supt. I ... at P.O. Uox T'>4, Stark.. BROOK fountain pen TELE

; Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheeler 'I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bason and II Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Parker : afternoon, July 11 from Willie Dobbs and Mr. Dobbs and Auxiliary will meet at 6'', Julius Royal In charge. Morn-I i'I, Newel". E. Parramora andCIt1tETS I GRAPH.
also of Gainesville spent
; Tinrt and Rick spent the Joey with of Chattanooga. Tennesseecame I two to four o'clock at the : and children. She also visited p. m. Monday July 12. A combined ,[ !nil service 11 a. m. Holy I
weekend In Ocala. NationalFoieat I most of the weekend -
p to inform us they were Methodist parsonage. All other nieces and their families -' installation of officers I Communion. 6 p. m. Public ]I I,.
Mildred 1 1\\
'' thorn. Mrs. Grlner I
t at the camp of some on the other end of the lake church members find friends Mr. and Mrs. Milo will be held at 8 p. m, The I Invited Rev. A. Vlnson pastor -

.S and friends Mrs.on Doyle Lake James Sellars.were Mr.inS and Mrs. :Mrs.Cowan Mason[Dorothy 1 Betty] were Lee I | with Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hill are cordially invited. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Lester I Fourth District Commanderand I!I. NOW YOU CAN AFFORD

On of last week president of Newberry '
at the Gainesville Pollcs Tuesday Austin. I Mt. Morian Meinodlsti
Strickland sisters when they'wt're
this families
group also. Several -
I Camp. We enjoyed se-veral visIts Mrs. Mae Well was pleasantly Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish' will be present to Install the i Church' : Sunday School. 10 a.
meet' at these camps each young girls. We all use! YOUR OWN PRIVATE POOL
C with them. On Thursday surprised with a visit of of Webster visited Mrs. V. n. officers of Post 314 and: Post m. William Holland superln-
Fourth for celebration. This to vocation on this same lake
.S year they wound a up with about I I and how we all reminsed our' Mike Jack and Barbara Kelly I her aunts Mrs. James Warner Reddish over the weekend. 303 of Gainesville. All Auxi- tendent. Love Feast 11 a. m. t". "" #, :; "

forty-six in the crowd. days on It. I wonder If we allow of Orange Park came to stay I Mrs. Thompson. and Mr. Mrs. Selma Eunice has returned liary officers are asked to :.. Holy Communion. 6 p. m. The S .... -
with Mr. and I Thompson of Johnson City I after please wear white. All mem- Kick-off Rally will begin July 1 r- -
My sister. several! weeks ;
children the funwe us. '
Rick left tne our same ,
Forest went .
ana ....... -l: :
Tenn. bers are requested to attend.- I ,, .. ..
Mrs. Buddy Kelly came down visit with her son-in-law and I 25. Please notice the paper for '". ". > ..
: home with their hoots the not out of it when we were fcCKjl
Callahans of Orlando. He will,! kids? Do you? j to claim these three ]little ones I Lonnie Prescott Mrs. Hat- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ben-I I Commander Sherman and :i more Information. Rev '*{* .:. i ,.,*"'" .) ... u & "
Ion Sunday afternoon. Buddy tie Darley Miss Slnia Prescott -I nett Green in Phoenix Ariz. ', president of Auxiliary Corean Clarence Steger pastor. -- .. .
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visit this week then return to Mr. and Mrs. Harold John- :: ; : ; 1. .
the camp on Thursday and son were out from Oalnl'sv11le'':i has Just returned from five Little Miss Nancy Bennett She returned by way of Columbia McNeil. I First Born Church of The .r .''d.r: .. :1 '; ,, ;.>'..f ....
with the and MI'''. Elizabeth Redding S. C. where she I HEROINE NOTICE Living God: The BSA Singersof .. "
months duty in Sicily l-I I i 'I;; > ''W
the Wheelers' will go for him to spend some time at their I f" :': ;, ..;'
Navy. I were visiting relatives In I another daughter and All members of the Heroines Jacksonville will appear at 1 :
on Sunday. lake place. I found Harold be- :
The James hind the rake handle' early tho II |I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ross Daytona Beach last week. Mrs. ,j Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Barry. Mrs. I I are asked to meet at 4 p. m. I I 8 p. m. Sunday July 11, Sunday L ;,.. %\. "" .
Chlttys had relaI"
other morning and I asked! L:I Anthony Stcvle and Bryan Alice Austin who had spent I i Barry brought her home. I|I Wednesday July 14. Please be School. 10 a. m. Morning \, j.w, ,. r _,

,I him if his vacation had stall had a most enjoyable weekend /several weeks with her daughter -'I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce on time for business of vital! I Worship 11 a. m. Evening .,.,. ,

I, ed. You should have heard the I I I I pursuing their favorite past!; Mrs. Redding returned 1 spent the weekend with their I importance. Service 3 p. m. YPCW 5:30p : ...' ,..., Li' ,,' 11

: horse laugh I got! times.! On Friday night t. they j with them to her home. 'I' son-in-law and daughter Mr. I SERVICEMEN NEWS I m. Night service 7:30.: I ...di'i.;; '.'
I 'I I were in Orlando for the stock' Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest Hewett I and Mrs.! Emory Duncan. In Pvt. Edward Hunter Jr. There will be a selling this : -. ;. ; !

; Paul Lee and Greg I Strand- where watched of Tallahassee! spent a few 1 Tallahassee son of Mrs. Eva Hunter of Saturday from 5 to 9 p. m. ,. :. ..' iiJj' __ t
car they
I I I berg are staying with Paul's races days Starke. has been I Fish potato pies" Ice ... ---
'| their friend, Dick Joyce race | recently with Mr. and i Pamela and John Tye en- assigned to cream.
: mother. Mrs. C, C. Strand- Mr*. A. D. i the 25th Signal Battalion In and peanuts. Everyone Invited.
Dobbs. i JoyerJ the week with their
that cute car of his. On Sat- uncle PRICE REDUCED FROM $2695
I berg while they are on vacation -| iifdny they went on to KIs- Thursday, visitors of Mr. and aunt Mr. and Mrs.' P. Germany. He U a lineman and -Elder F. Howard pastor,
I week. They went on and Mrs.! Paul Dlnklns were L. Roberts and family entered the Army In 1964. Zephaniah Lane reporter.
slmmee for a Rodeo and you at
Tuesday to see the "Six OunTprrltory" I know they enjoyed that very Mr. and Mrs. Paul DinkIns, Jr.I j Strickland's Landing on completing basic training at ; Greater Allen Chapel AME

and other Silver much I II and David of St. Augustine|I'' Klnsrsley: Lake where they Fort Gordon. On. Hunter was I I, Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson $

I Springs attractions. Mrs. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Wal- spent their vacation. employed by Lawson's Market i, pastor Sunday School 10 a. ,' 1 1I
<.<0' Strandberg says "Uncle Char- gave Bill Orlner. non Rob- do. Mr. and: Mrs. Charles Dln Jimmie Eunice of before entering the service. I m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
ley" Is just about the same. I ert and my T. C. one last kin and Charlotte Airman 1st Class with Junior Church In charge.
$1 Per Day :. Their chance to redeem their last !! family of Starke N. C. visited his parents. Mr. John E. I9g5liiy
other LouIe
son Charles spent the Chandler of ': Speaker Miss Barbara Jean
Fourth with them.Mrs. I and Mrs. J. H. and son Mr. and Mrs.
] Eunice.
ALL NEW I'OBTAlJI.tCS fish catch
and Paulette came to and they came up
Anna Anderson. Junior Choir Union
Johnny Jenkins and son{ other relatives the latter C. Wright of Route 1.
Starke to the home to I empty handed! They went out part
nursing Starke. will be held at 3 Rev.
I III I Robert are spending a few of the week. wan a member of the p. m.
EmersonDahmer's visit on Sunday afternoon. Mr. j one morning and got three Tactical asks all and
Air Sampson officers
II dnys with her parents Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Command which I 1
[ Thomp-
and Mrs. Van Zandt from bass. They wore small so they and O. J. Andrew. I j son and of assisted In the effort to restore members to meet Thursday.
WavcroHs, Georgia dropped by( asked me to wait but they Miss Madron Duck Is at 1 Sunday visitors of Ray Mr.were and peace in the Dominican July 9, at 8 p. m. for a servo

also.We i. Just never could Heem to catch home after a two weeks visit I Mrs. Republic. Airman Chanlder ban ice In behalf of the Steward
had a full week to unv' them bltlnx. The Miller and with her grandmother In Columbus -j I Edward L. S. Tanner Lane and family. aircraft loadmaster at Board. These services will be !! equipped, _completely installed swimming pad

112 E. Call Ph. 969-1771 the least/ On Monday Mrs. I Orlner children did pretty Oa. I! visiting his aunt.of Deland Is Langley Air Force Base in held weekly for the different
Lloyd Dyal and Mrs. Jeanette well catching bream and shell Mrs. B. A.
John Lee left Virginia. He played an Important boards. The cooperation of all
Monday for Norton and his
a I grandmother
Mott of Brooker dropped in to crackers. My son Jeff rigged!
week at tho Methodist Youth Mrs. Selma role In the maJve members is much needed. Thin .* .. ..
his Eunice. and other I NOT XvplUNOI/ M rtrya ,
up KO cart to a stob and Camp in relatives. operation to airlift supplies i. Evening service at .8, p. m. I h.tday.. .nd .I'. .
they grunted their own worms I A iKpW 0 OUNI> within, walking' ....'......1
GLASS That's Our Business"If Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Overnight and evacuate American citi Message by the pastor N. t,.".. .....1$_. ..
for an evenlnR's/ catch of Fllznbeth: guests 'Of the H.R. zens. Spiritual Service: Rev Ous- ....d.. ... <...ai tam '
twenty-two on Wednesday. Terry spent Fridayto :. Lee family were Mr. Lee's 't ale Mae Jones sizt DREAM I I : fdoi I I pan! A paat McranvtIn
Edward S.
I Monday with I.I 1 valu and k..a .*
: Mr. r
and Mrs.
It's ( lasfi1 We Have It" slater, Robert
Talk ;
about smart English.
younguns j Mt. Slnla Sunday School Divine Mind Consolator, will your ".mo.i swint .anyu
Hint John P. Wyrlck in Tallahas| and Mr. English of :Atlanta. !0.1) lika M M
they today? We use toi I
and BYPU hold service at the Reno
CAM. WRITE or VISIT !see. On Saturday they with I da.I Convention Is being slat SS p.5*
use the old method of rubbing ; I
held July 14-18 at Ebenezer Theatre Friday night. July 9. iACKYA.HO
FOIl ANY LASS; NEED HIP Wyrlcks and Mr. and Mrs. cni'nni' srtiEr' >
n piece of angle iron on a i I _
David 'I Baptist Church. Rev. E. D. at 8 o'clock. Everyone invitedto I
AVe Design Modern Store Fronts slob and getting our earth- Shepherd visited Toereya I Oioce Methodist' : Sunday Roblnjon. pnstor. Everyone In attend.

woitns but not our gang to-i State Park on the Apala- 1 School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 I CHECK OUR SERVICE POLICY and GUARANTEE

,. Just Wail Us A Pattern For day I | rhlcola River where they enjoyed j I a. m. and 8 p. m, Prayer Clr- 1 t

Table Tops By Saturday the house was! a picnic lunch. On their I clfl' Monday 9 a. m. MVP ,I ASK TO SEE ONE OF OUR POOLS

I return trip they visited Mr. 1 Wednesday 8 p. m. The dinner I ii:
fairly buldglng when favorite I MERSEREAU PLU IBING .
I SHEA'S GLASS CO. uncle. Vaster I my Buddy-] Chattahoochee.and Mrs. Carl Kirtslnger In on the grounds Sunday I TALK TO A FAMILY THAT OWNS ONE

I Younublood. daughter Me- I turned out to be dinner Inside

b (NOT INC.) linda. and her friend. Miss Mrs. R. E. Lee visited her | due to a shower of raIn. but 1 I IcEl

Mildred aunt Mrs. C. E. Titus In everyone enjoyed the dinner I
Bramlet all of Tallahassee
1313 N.W.4th I'l. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FU2-1353$ arrived; for the remainder -- Hawthorne Sunday. i| and fellowship anyway.. ON CALL24.HOURS

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs I First Baptist Church: Sun '
: of the weekend. Jack enJOYed FOitHnu: ; INFORMATION CALL
Larry Linda and Len of Co day School 10 a. m.. Worship A DAY .
: fishing with Uncle Buddy I KEYSTONE: ; 173-1206 NOW
even If they can not brag r.nB.lpent the weekend withI \ 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Training

on a good catch. On Sunday I I I Mr.' and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs and Union 7pm. 'Mklw elC Serv DAY-.CALL 9 1-5291

CENTRAL AIR CONDITION MM. Ruby Dyal of Gainesville route other relatives.to the They mountains were en-of ice Wednesday nliiht each 8 second p. m.. Family and N1TE-.CALL 96 I-591 FRED S. DODD BUILDER

Owens! of Bell; Mrs.
North Carolina and Virginia. I i fourth Thursday.
Geneva Johnson Fred and Residential and Commercial
Wayne of Waldo came over The H. C. Harley family I Church of God: Sunday

NOV and had a chicken bar-be- celebrated the Fourth with a | School 10 a. m. Worship 11 Contracting

0 que. How delicious It was! reunion of the Starling fam m. and 7:30: p. moo YPE a'j' T. L MERSEREAU PLUMBING

Late In the afternoon Mrs. ily. They had a wonderful day nesday 7:30: p. m. Hox 172 Keystone Height Florida

Rose Dowllng her children visiting' and a family dinner I

. General Electric and grandchildren( came over with all tho trimmings. Out ___ ,. ._ r_ __ u u__ __ __
TilE RIGHT POINT for ..::r== ==:J C--- -
for n swim. or town guests were Mr. and II* -= -=.::.:-.= ,, '..D
Mrs. Charles and way yon write Con* tn and
So If lover this! surely I Nasworthy I elect your favorite rSTER.

will see you next week! So children, Mrs. Netty Nolan BROOK Fountain ..... TF....- AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYLADIES
and Jack
sons and Herbert,
Buy Top Quality and Service look for met! Mr and Mrs. Willis Starling ORAPrf.

and son, Mr. and Mrs.! Amos

Mlyell Mr. and Mrs. Leonard .. -::--- : --= : -- --7::=::-- .' -r 9
W. '.0' or tpnllmrinH. far TIn --- --
GEO. BROWN THE RinilT POINT for the Ellison all of Whltehoiwe. Mr. I>frit
WilY you write. Come In and and Mrs. Ralph HlKKlnbotham( .. SRI IC. .. _.

226 S. Walnut Phone !909-1121)(i! ) !aerlert your favorite ESTTR-: and family Pa.sco Hlggln- !Mr Notion. I I. horrby .lv"i.. .. that I I :
furl' Ilitrlon( trio 11010'' of
Starke Florida BROOK fountain pen TFI.E- botham. Miss Dora Williams 'lh. fnllnivliiir .I1".t.... h... ,Barkley Motors, Inc. Replicars, Inc. I

Telegraph all of Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. ril.,1, milit. i'"rttrir. "tf<. for 0." Imported Car f"SpecIalIst" Oalnmvllle'. Moat Fashionable
'rt I.I. to ,Im iHmiMl. 1 I"'10''',,". Tin S TRIUMPH! .
I -I I Freeman Starling and family err,irk'.,I. numhora ..".1 I YO''urn I MEit'ItWS-IlINZ: : : House of Carpets Address For"' Ladles.

j Andrew Btarllnn and won of I of 1..11"l>, ttln """,'rlpll.." ofth FIAT S ,\I.F.\-nou; I DRF.SSr.H: -MITTS--4 OATS
property, ....1 lh nam" In I1II.LMAN A SI-NBF.AM "' lnpsvtl.'a. Only CaTJ>..'
wll h'h It w... ...>..>..<) ... .an VOIAO Snlen-Part.. .Se.- I MATERNITY WEARA'CEMSORIES
follow' SperlaJty /.Ihop"

t'ertIrI.ii! ,, Xo los V..., of I.- w Spects'ise! m 115 S E. Second St. Gan! vUIrT I I 10!% W T7ntT..r..ttv. flaln.eW0'tlntorcyctewSrooters
....".'. 1911.lixMrlptlun. > IUfi1'I..oW1; : : nr.KI I_
... 972- uu I IIJTO
'' of Prnprrtr 5 A In BALKS & CVERVICB: I "
Now Ramblers SWAPWGD SALE UK;: ,'0. of MKH; I of NWV .K\. Factory Trained '1erhanlrIM '
Montitv( : Tt'IIlti
I A In NW. "'ii, .Alim. t A till i I
R It \\' bv 17% S 5 8 H.i5. T- CLEAN Ctl: CARS \ SALVAGEPaul's : I
7-H. II-J2-R 1 ,\,-rin.Nam ZIti N. MAiNO.Jn.evtile Rxpert IniUlUtton Streit's Bicycle Shop

'.In a hl.'h. mm-mrd K:..li 111-4371 I i 534 :\... Majn-37-SUIS HONDA MOTORCYCLES
Bigsummerdealsplus Orpi.nAll .K t i
4 Auto 1
<< Salvage .. ..
of nttlil prn|'.rty being| In Gaines 111* t'u bman A Wpa Sc &ww

I excise tax cut th"Klorliliirnl" County, ..r H..I'...". Hint* of S JEEP We Buy Wrrrki Cat At )I Piirall-.[ISA" -Z.ndap

..... .u11, <,#rtirii' 'at. or .-or TOP PRICES I i CHAIN: ; S.V\VS rlto"'c:1esSf'f'Y1ae:
tirii-nrFK .h,,ll ".. r.I..nsI. l ..". P'aaiAli of 4 Wheel Dsl,. SCHW1NV BICYCtJSI
equals big savings rnr*.tin.* tn .law thii ."p..,,, "t.- All Make A :\Iod.... {'.rd I
I I M-kimlth. & Safe Work
nrrK.i'.l In .ui..ti rartlfloat or KAMHLRRFcoromy) Part :
I II Do yourself proud and save a bundle rtirirnltii' will )h. sold l tn thr A. & J. Saw :I _IS W. fraHmHr. A*..
make with hl.h..t blililiT', at the ennrt Ansedc& P'nt'IC! Os' T.r.tJ'pe HJTiIrt-W. Will
? : on top ol the o!trti odvlngs you ...... Gal-.t rr -TTci
_ r ''e h. il.ior. nn ''he fIrst M..n>1ar Balra sad 8fonko. & Mower Co. ,
I the auto exclso tax cut In effect now. In month of Amriit. l 1l811.! ...h'hI" Find Any Part Fr Y... I
Drive a big-peitormance 65 Rambler. Take I the :nil I day .,r Auvii't, l Illtfl. i PAINT A: CLASSLiddell
r>i.t.rt thla itstrt ,Uy, of Jun. Motor Co. GalnnTlO, 374-45 ,,,* An-Vrnon.. Mgr.
I _ ._ v In the luxury, room sporty eirtrns. Then 194StI !Ridgway 441 N. Put Stock Yard I i iI
check the tree-swinging summer deals 11.14'hllrlo. llomolite Chain Saws i Paint &
\ A DitrhvI'lirk 11M f MainGafriThe I |
during Ramblers Swap 'N Go Sale. of. "iMrt-iili 111-8431
fimrt of flradfnid I I
AMERlCAN, Economy King; Terrific deals at the lowest prices yet- ,,I t I Ciinnly, "'IrtI5liv SAUK3Repitlm : "SF.R\"tC'J': :: Glass Co.
; lltiiilnli M Moody. D r>. \lr Conditioning. healing, : A Part Alt Make! KYAMZK PAIVTS
comes as .. want to moka. Ittucknts and you go Rambler-solid, Rambler-sure
sporty you I
, 7/1 4t T'tJNollr I
like I Hnttrly Triwtr !Sales 1 Gi*.. Mirror BIMta O..r.
and with all the Rambler extra values
I connate floor sticks
A SerlkeI Tab. Fnrloaur: t'1ae_
In. &
Com B
end still Double-Safety Brakes and more. on 1 '
saves you plenty RUSS'S lOU N R:, Utvrf.Ptione GaInesville WIiid.q
r.r -
The and (ha are : i SHEET -
going's great buys Of \\.It.'I. r.r.. 372.M" I I.lull 1'
Carprl Wallpaper SUr*
CLASSIC-now Intermodlata-Sizs Rambler: the greatest at your Rambler dealer newt Ia.IMMMfOff. .... 5'. ... METAL, INC. I Off Wftl.tnCONCI'ETE Rbot" '':j: trMit Cmmitatira.

vinyl-roof! Not I.-.. I I" h,hy riven" hat RALES & SGRVICKSelectton : j 116 N W, Stst 'nth m.
isdan convertibles optional
In vvngonn .. I'
Mr T J \1.. .",.... th. holder i
hardtop, performance options up to 327 cu. In. V 0. of lb. '.fnltitwln e..rtm.-i"t.. h.. Plf.tl of Used carsTalc I PRODUCTS i O"'tN'ENVD.lJI'': 172,11I111I )
fliHrt' will. i-rtiririit, for a IllS Ut..c --,,
dvml to !".. Umt-d I h..n.. Th On OjuHlbM TrJ. VI..TING
r- l rilfpaii| .> nil"'''''... an.l ,ymiriof Air ('.ndttkseIs. INSIST THAT ALL TOUR I ICOStCRETE i iI I
l..u"...... th. ........Ipll.." ofth 1101 N. W. ISCh. RC 441 I
1 : PRODfCTSARK Ocala Chrome
".0".1,. anil th. namva .Inwhich Sheet Metal
.It 't\.a. .nmiMimi ar. at room 174-731S TIlE BEST FResl
followsCu'rtItesI. I I Plating Inc.

Now 5 T. Tear. of I*. 3320: N.E. Mth Ts'rrseELiNE5V1LLE ,
.' tmni't .1943.Dvnrlptlon. Building I, C'oIIP't' NIckeL CbrnnsiCadmium.

",: 1 ; ,1w,., nf fmt>.rry Com Metal PtntaNnc
._ : at NW Onr of NKV: of NW4 DODGE DART- s"s-nn: Bu*. nS-in.s Mom i Supply, Inc. Curtora BufflnAXTIQI'C
-. ;, l Hun !K 140- a 'U' to H SUI.$ of DODGE TRUCKS
_'_ _: fanal for It)tV ".'nt 14 I US' Was 774 &.. :Main-1724144OMVrsVTLUE. I rLE.X1NQ:'
lI To <-anal RI.Y: Atonir iiinalIH
Ice IUL"JR.: BRAS, corrrm
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to MKC: 3J. 'r-I.!. R-
SJ.R: I"ftpf'ndabIe VIe'I: t--. Automatic TnnUnL.lon! I Iru.trtal 1 Card ChrooM

.r;. I Nnm In which aiwo.a*
I .. M.All Mr ru'aalil rn property h.,ln. lath 1 Poole-Gablo Motors HARDEN) SUPPLIES mal) U-.ull
City AutomaticTransmisskn (
( .n''" of ttradford. vtat
, of ..In..,..... 119 S. EX lit Av.. Oan* TUlPT10NK -- TYI'EWRITERSHancock
t l'nlr. aiich r llrtttIcat. or ffrtlfliHea 371-4341
: ( iih"..ll h.i rflm a<*- Inc. Johnson & Paris Inc.
curdlnir to law th* property 'ts'
I. ,,'.1"... In anvh certlflat oreerliriralMt
will h. ...Id '0 Ills Repair a Csrban... C/'ompIfOt4t Ln! of
I.f hlKh.x) bl..t. tn, *. rnnrth Tropical Pontiac, AU Make and Model I I 8mftb-an-oa.-AuCboraect!
f I .tu*.. .hvor cm the first :M.>n.tar "Ffl'rIANTsIWRTfl.iztitS ,
You'll swing a sweet\ summer deal when you5Wi7PWRAMBLER'65 by American MotorsDODD'S In month' of AsSaIl t. ..*.. ShieSt Inc. TRUCKS! Jk CARS DPaIer
.... I (b.rTYfrt.iTMaJIAddhw .
la th* Jnil >t y of \iiu I''J
rktil thla loth day of JOB, Dranocnettr' Pre-Ttd !I T.rth4.te-Pet>
Sspp..r.w *
[ 1 1545.SWAt.. TRUCK OMC c4T2IPONTIAC' I Mw-htnm.! Calculator

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" 1 AUTO SALES 528 S. \Valnut' St. M.h::'Olrrult;\.,T>rourt rbr ot'5D..I-\ I BITXiET PLAN 524 nw 8th Ar.. I SAIE..lrv TTMK.tmU-with dlvw.M yMP fist n..

ford County. Florida 330 N.W. 8th Aye ()alnegyifle 1409 S MainGtiMtlU I PHONE: 3T2-4474
tl1 4t t, Jl 523 N Main St OtneavVl.
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excuse to avoid reality. I dispute -Faallc- yyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyy I llinistttr of Education and I Promotion i wm conduct afrvtcev. liome- To the doctors! especially Ur. Plaxtle No.cunot..l|. l t&Jtt al

I I J that a man who. leave'I Misses Marlon Faulk U\d< at the C Slnrwoo Forest coming: will b4I Sunday. J-iiy Keloa and to !alt the nurses forth I PIadle Notcbonk" 2LJ0: at the
Baptist Church In Jacksonville! I 18 with dinn"r> on the wonderful citre. Many
I '
his pay chock In.a saloon and Brenda H&wkin of Jackson HAMPTON
Christ Is Church la thanks to all) the friends for i
The NorthsW a rounds. everyutie tt Invited I
hls and
,I reels homo to sad vUle were -weekend guests r :
Southern Bap tint Churrti, k>-j to attend.iimnci. the card: visits flowers and
A I stricken family does mo because\ I II' Mr and Mrs. Mule Carter I '
"; By: 1\1n. D. E. IIUI Gated. at tile inttraovtlon olSR I gifts and for their prayer WILLIAMSJEWELRY I
The AnswerBy I'' he has a disease. The alcoholic 8r.
must be made aware that thin I 'Mr .and Mrs. Harold Chester tbone 16illsaauaaaaaaaaaauaaaA I lit and the Bayl"ss IIlgh- : ,. rvvrrist I and. concern during my stny In
nu KOII; the hospital. My husband and
conduct la of dla- way.
productive and children of Brumwlck, .
I tar. to
gust, revulsion and outrage, Oa. Mr and Mrs. Robert, Sunday 6<:I1IIQI. Jt a. wit,
Rev. Charles Harvey on the part of others. But to Cheaser. Sr. of Moniac. Oa.. Prat? Glover HonoredAt MNUINU O \'F"I'T'tS' Morntot. ServiCs( U.. m. everyone.-In > and Hal Hanv

"butter up" an alcoholic with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crew Stork Shower Bradford\1ntun Training. 1.1.101t A.ao: p. m, Illon. REPAIRS
+ Pastor First Baptist Church The ainxtnn
sympathy and to assure him and children of St. George, Mrs Roy P Olover woBuesti Convention will meet SauuuyJuly evening: Svrvif.. 7:80: p. m. MACHINE:
he Is blameless because he has \. and children of honor at a atom .Midweek Scrvtc
Law ley, FLu Oa. Mr. Billy Taylor ol I 11, at Bethel t Uaptlst' weQllelday RNfJKAVINO
a "disease" is sinful. The and Lonnl Harmed and shower on Tuesday evening 7 p.m.-Rev. W. t, Nwma.tu
Church east of Starke. There TIIK: KICllir IMU.ST: for the
Bible says he shall never Inherit children of Monlao Oa, wel'e last. week. gl\eu by
i Church l al I will bo a sermon at 11 a. mfollowed way ;you Mrlto. ('<>ni > In &111M'14'O" )
We. read in the Bible many because he decided he wasn'tgoing the kingdom God. all Sunday guests of Mr. and! Hampton BaptUt. by a basket dinner, DIAMONDS
I t ;your favorltA :!rr.lt-
the 'un- to have any more? Yet He must receive Christ u Mrs. Robert Cheiwcr Jr the church.
.harp rebukes among and gospel singing will b. enJoyed C.\ltll: tltVNKS' L D. BRACELETS
righteous': and listed among I, the great amount, of attentionin I Saviour and Lon) Ye*-Christ: Mr and Mrs Leonard Genie pilzea were won bj during the fternoonKreryone IIHOOK fountain torn. TK1.KOKAril. : 'I

these are 'drunkard. Corln- scientific quarters! given to is the Answer! I Home and children of Jack Mrs. Lawton Youngblood, Mi'*. i Interested i* Invited I wish tof :.iM n>y thanks I .. C1tARMB'ETC.f r

thloas 8:9L: 10, "Know ye not I the problem of alcoholism has sonville. Mr. and Mr. Jim nrtyd Smith. and Carolyn to attend. I and ap )r.ch'Ubl' tu eVeryone '
that'the umlghteoua shall not !, to our knowledge been seized : vvvy.tvvvvtv.vyyrv. ..1 Horne and children, and Mrs, Keenan After'opendng of the at Bradford Cimnty Hospital., Stnrke. Fla.

Inherit the kingdom of God T upon by alcoholics to extend Ada Horne all of Florenr 8,. gifts. refreslimenta of punch I ( i

, Be not deceived: neither for-1 the notion that they have a C., were Saturday guest ol and sheet cake!!, decorated: "'IUtaafety ClRKkN E uln.vI

: nlcators, nor Idolaters, nor', "dI8 lUe." This of a necessity Kingsley Lake i Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner pin "storks," were s('ned I FLASH REUNION; r I

adulterers, nor effeminate nor places them in a position of ,I Mrs. J M:. Bradley had BJ I to the 19 present. I The family of Robert II,

aba rer. of themselves with lowered moral.responsibility M/.. E. 51. Nmrttas I Sunday afternoon guests Mrs I Personals. I and tiucretln A. Qreen will T N
mankind nil thieves, nor covetous Why do we mention "moral I MoJdle T>'ead\\'eH and Bill J. E.! Frajirk. who lose been hold a reunion on Sunday,

NOn DRUNKARDS, nor responsibility"? A person under I'hune 5332O1eaaaaaauaaaaaaaaaaaa t and Oibson Treadwell all ol at home for a few weeks sire Juno 21. .t the New RiverBaptist k/

revUera, hor extortioners,. shall the influence of alcohol 1s I Mount Dora. I being in a convalescent: home: Church dinner will lid

inherit the kingdom of, God". I a menace to the welfare,of his I Mr. and Mrs, Woalry! Oowri In StatTke.) was taken to thVeterans' served on the grounds. follow

Drink is not a disease" : ,, t. uwmen. Hilt acts of commission CHI'Kttl NEWS of l.ewll. >bur(. Ky, and Torn HosplUl In Lakt/!; Ing- the morning .rv Ie... All

We challenge the concept that. ,, and omission interfere Sunday School. 9:43 a, m.'' Dower of Jacksonville: were I City Saturday of last week: tleiufinilants. and friends of the

alcoholism 4s 'a dl_. A victim with the liberties and 'happiness Morning Worship. 11:00: a. mt f weekend. guns of PhllUj Mr. auld Mrs .O: P. Wad-, I family as' invited '''o attend :
diaoaae. of other When he and "'Ort1lipton' a fflw day t lnJackaonvUte
of epilepsy has a '' Training Union. ,8.4 J p | Thomas and son.

therefore if he. has a eizureIn the public get sold on the Idea Evening Worship. 8.00: p 'm.1 i Mr and Mrs. W F Coolejwere. with rt'll't1ves! _
public tieU absolutely" Innocent that, all this results. from a Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday Sunday afternoon tueaU I over the Fouith of July weekend oosrri."' SI.NOA [

of preconceived Intent "disease" in the sense that 7-30: p, m. Rev B. T. of Mre. M. A. Greene and Mrs I Gospel l ding will )>. hold\ ,
In the matter. The situation | polio or cirrhosis: of the liver Peuvy, pastor 'Come let tub!I Cot QuaUtobaum In Metro\ *, Miss Lorraine Sparkmanvlalted. \ .at Kvergrren IIupU Church

Is ,utterly beyond hi* control is a diKeILln!. and. like the lat worship together" Mrs. Oreene and Mr. Quat- .relative'In BrooluvllK I.: on Saturday. July 1O atnrtinu

and the sympathy he l.. entitled ter must be coped' with aa an Ricky Crews aitd Miss Karen tlrbaum are former resident for several day. x. I at 8 p m. Ir.:veryon. I I.* Invited
In based l absolutely Inevitable quirk of Mr. and 1 MM Rnos Skinner '
to justifiably Lee of Lawtey spent Sun of Klnnsley Lake. to come enJuy till .er\ Ice with
upon that tact. This does not fate, the net effect U that the day afternoon at St. Augustine Mr. and 2tne. Charles Bun of Cocoa visited\ here UtMrs. j us .

apply. to an alcoholic. He dues alcoholic In condoned In infantile Beach and Larry Buah) of JackM- Manilo\ I'!tead recently! ,

t HAVE: to ilrmik. he conduct. ol __ ) Steve and Terij ,
n get I \t\** Nancy, Hartley spent'' vllle were Sunday nue ta Raixly \DISON: HTICKRTIlllTIHT
merely choonee' to get drunk.Everybody Thus the issue of alcoholism) Thursday! through Satuidsya Mr. and Mrs. F O Conner, 111'31'I'nt\ a few dave I In ('IIl!tt11

know. of peoplewho la accepted on the surae basis guont of Miss Syhla Norton Mr and Mrs., C D: Lon IjUkelaiH! with their grandmother eoo 1t'. Madison\ Ht.t
hare stopped drinking .. unwanted pregnancy. The and family, knit three sons of Orala wer I over the Fourth ol

Who ever heard of an eplltpUc Idea of a diMuase provides the Monday rumti cf, Mr. ant'Mr I July weekend..Mrs. Schedule of servlies.. : Sunday, Do You Realize That
Rev. B. T, Peavy spent twodays
who rtoppsd. having sefkures I alcoholic with an acceptable *. E. :M\. Norton. Albert Dirt and Children School 0:49 .. Worship, 1 UI 1
In Oem.... Oa. last week
Mr and Mr*. Bobby Atkinson of St.. Petersburg. an a. ni. and 7:3O: p, m. Training
with nil fnmlly He reportrdthat I AN AUTO LOAN HERE
j .
his son. Bonn. bu a* and friandi of J rk \onvllli Uniting-' & with rEfdltie... Union 8':I IS- W dno rlvfam

thin week.Mr \ Night 6:30: iii. Worship,
aocl-i 'Milted Mr and Mrs W FCopley fly p. _
due to ,
Injured foot an
Serving I Florida | Sunday. and Mi*. Philip Key., 7.30: p. It). Clumlx "',-c-onllt. CAN GET YOU THERE!

Since 1930rScrWcr. dent.Miss Undu Crew and Jimrn "MlAa Judy Whll head bad who here boot hoHpltalliied l Ir I tinned throughout: Off street

her cueai this week, MUiOl I Lake ;butler fcuin separate aocldenr : parking. Using Ulblo evoiy
;:1aetiIg One i ""nirU there of Oileflrtnd : ,*. have beep able to return icrxkn.nev.: FeUlvr I. Howan -
at St, AuguUn
Q/io,10O Monday '
Beach 'I I IK. Mr, and ttr. Paul Mena olrVarke horne. Mr, Key, w m In- paatpr.II btjt .que.tlon..about your old cnr? Get that,

..,.-...;---;' .... were Saturday. evrnlnikinmU y'iirexlhn. working on a lion new end! A prompt, low-coat bank auto Ion
: M Norton In Jacksonville of,Mr and Mr*. W. E..I Htntctlnn" Job. and Mrs Key KMT I'IIEel8S"J.r.ICIAN from in! will do the trick..easily and ceo
%Irs. LuciIf Cordially relative Ilolloway.Rsndy) I reotrtved' bud fetal t burns whether I
Sunday 'afternoon. and hl ( IIIKC'IIfor nomlcolly.. .paId! far right out of income!
.GodwinRepreuentativ eooklrui stove i>xploded
hn tea <
Miller aa IUt81.J
mother Mm Trudy Norton& .. A Gunk auto tonn can: savo *
.i Welcomes |Ian Wedrv" home for a .
came T"'th.thl'm and Louisa/ Week of Bel- Starkc July 11: the overall cost too
.1013 E. Call St. fa You 'and Your short VWt.. mokeFilendK. I Mr. and Mri Cart Vllsndarv ;\ I i Buiulay- .Hmi.luvI Hnhool,

Starke Family to Your Mr and Mrs.. 'I lUy ;Millet, wtn be sorry U I ] Olrrin Th0plaa! . (I'h. !961-5321) New Home Jixfy arid Rurrly apeiu Friday learn that Rev Aurunt' Kroe- Cocoa l last wtH\end' to watth n. en.. Youth t">'vll''',w,,hlp, ep..ln. *

throuiih Monday In Bonlfay her retired Lutheran Onni tel I, the HamJ>ton softball tear! .
visiting" relatlvei. Invitational soft- TiMiMlny.' iiuwaniire 1'i.mtiy
passed awn In Penney Farm jut an
the State of FloridaIt hen
were 8
ID Our IVir To Make You Feel 1 Welcome and Mr,. !l.Sa. ry, Shopman and Mr I *. George Kaufmann ..nfMr any lost two lif ,Saturday').I\\3 and 8 nivetlnfi, 10 a. m.-

To Acquaint. You With Your City. EdnA lUnA. It. C (N kle of KeyotomH play I 1 'r riu"efna. 11. m.

Mrs. Virginia niioden, Mrs ( l ht.. Mrs, Phillip Clark< Misses""' DrM>le and Kay Car- i Thursiolr J'l'l1uU.,

If 'oal'.tt! new In the. rea; a. phone t- Jeanette Ow Itne-y and rlitldienx of Starke. and Mrs n" nnlJVUon <,, let made the trip to m. Petersburg 7.30 p. m. "BANK AT 1 STARKE

Mrs tubs Rhodes and,, : and dtuMhttr or''I[ by train last wrtkent ,

call will bring you a prompt vlnit rhIWren. all of Jacksonville nlnes\-Ule. were all Wednesday -, for a vUlt with relatlvm NEW; RIVER: U"rn141'C

were Monday guests of Mr luncheon U of .tin. Mr and Mrs. Joe Fornyth" IICVIVAI.' the
from your local! hoMtetu Please Rive gue FLAN Ou of 31 Bunks of Florida National Group
and Mrs. E. M. rAirton Cheater! Wood and children W o.. Forsvth. Mrs In The New Illvrr Baptist

her call! She hall and Mr and Mrs. Orstdy': Bishop and famll, Knight and Ronnie were Sunday -
a map many E. M. ], Church will conduct revival Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.Only .
spent the weekend at Crescent lusts of the B L. Barn. .
"ere !Sunday d1nc.eruut.1 elire. fimiday,
free and wonderful) grift. for you Beach '! Virginia FUxxl.n an
Mba Martell John spent family of JacksonvlUe.Mr In lAwteyVerdi f. 1. Rcran. poster of Mad: I
from local! buxinee oli !
/ I Wall and family
weekend In
s the
and lw d
L A. M lion Street ItautUt Church.
with hr motrwr. Mr Jewellf daut'itfT! of Jacksonville rriue .,i Pompano were vloltor her I
I ti of tie Ray Miller ant I for Uw weekend last WHit -
'lilt Mr. and Mr, GeorgiBaxon
daughter last Wedneisd.ythat
Joann Scott spent I las Mr. Kattle Saxon! mans the
weekend In Cocoa Beach' aid other rrUllves. the No.1 got
h Mrs. K, U Wattervon 1 livtolting
Airman axrartd 1 Class jfarle;]y
Hartley of Kulln AFB spenlRundsy relatives. lit Virginia ..rtvAlIril dealer

through Wrdnesdaj: Mr, and Mrs Dan Johnnon i No.1 buys: your Chevrolet
had a family reunion dinner
with hit wife and son.Mr. -
and Mr. It. t.. Smith an SundAy fur the fourth of July (Sow Uat nowlJ -
'tt Here with them were Uetrf011l' ,-
."pending thin .**k In Lees-
burr as iie..U of Mr. Ann dauihter and their families
Lapp : Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Allen:

r and family of Santa Barbara.
Buck Aid
Ace Ptldll n pnd
Calif Mr and Mr. Harvey
gen and two sons of PlioiiUCity. '

4.- til"w ww:>fs.w i.r. S **4SEL ,1r Ala. *ere Friday srippm ChrMUriM Haven.and Mr ramify. and of Winter MrsJames .
guest of Mr and Mr. E M.
Norton end family. Broome and family
o e t of Vero Brail. Mr. and Mr 1..
t rs r r 1 Johnny Scott Is spenllnieveral .
r ; Prank William and family.
day In Fcmandlna
1 Mr end 'Mr J Mann of
rrarKiiMrents T <
"* > "T >' n leech with ht I
;-a ,+t' J.e 14 i *-*, ( -' Mr and Mr. George Wlnsrv. O.trw vlll and Mr and Mrs ,

,Mr and Mrs, Graham Crews Arnold Haddock: sot family of

2 .-z. .. nf Stark sport Friday after lsmp( an.Johnnie. I Wrvrul.t Mrp.arpratti./{
Collier of Muullrle: .
soon a* iue U of Mr and Mr

8&&a8f* & Charlr. Crews and family, (ta called' on ins KnUhl NTMoona" ... .hInQ' tt-tw"". En01ne1' Even" die .... 325-lip Yarlei
< Monday this week. THE .t..AW.! OPT;THI_ CMO>C YOU y ,
and CIHtvlulE J.6 I V8 can oro>r. BUYS 1....:. sr .best.f .... *. tw
lotv. > CAfT Vas
Mrs Ranre
!TYU. AMO cotORg) 'IK MIJ NO. 1 .! J
? j daU 1 ter* Jacksonville : r Into the No.1 ex. Just the Mo. 1 ttaaM.
1D ; : M ) visitor overnight TuesdayIat Ui. shun s. "Ck.wttar'1ATIt
i vetwrg- > '* week. aatl9arrtEgaQdOMarwspw&t olenl OltkJ,telg.6&,t uteri. ISM Mot t pLtc; twhee.( is
IfrMfr+" P'ourt.lof July vMtor at

'. '1 '*i**'V"f! A tho teens of Mr, and Ur*. W / MO. t MAWS POT Tt111 i 'Wntj
'"' -
.: M yt 1 r /rave-.Sr; U. Phillip were their daugh "i BJiqVB
r h i e .K e/ you_WANT_rtHiurrY' uCTQ
1Yrr Lena, Owl CayaAnas. of Jack'mnnviD. j 1.t.0! : MA/l'. COT".. t1T1r !! MIDDtKltD CAIN
.8. )U IN" HI3 !!
o ; .. and Mr, and Mr. P I _
A. Liberty and children of CNfVEIIa. If r .>. vusr aarsta

h 4 Key Wet The LMwrty. ex 'UN CARS COHVAi.. Whet lpOrt'I' -at.
t 1114s portedn' 'be here' for a week. ;c:,.. It M. ev..y CorvaW coup. ., nvsn's |got It U' Ctxvaluln l.. ft.rtilrmr.ed. .

Charley or 10 days ..'. a hrdlop now. And whet port
"", .U a .fMishy' SU M a psaerN
#e u6SeYq. a Coe..tsa lour........ 1ndepe4.. rnxMl Or
aw. I T"a.oVB.. d .odtnCI-
E. .... .a.p.ra.lers wee.egfn. trSetlsro Bvafla Tuu Fk.esgier.f P
TO> can onl<< on of oi# -

4 Jahnsbrut arr. ls.rttalC .rw es 180 Tn.baChorpd. k.a.t.Y.. ...s,'.4 l aa. VI.. .0 the way rv .. 140 hH r rat .... i itlU
CNMRCI .b Caw If ;pal order k
.. ........awe you get\ .Just \Nt C--. ke ytoiSuad.1
t IS.r.It Cbwol.t to ..... .... .
la .r. .- .. III :
thU sad fe| body slyU and &hoe aotor and MMChmoUt ."7 ; ... I IM
(ie'aMi n.wMWPrN-" +ssed. leaaR question : NEWS c.ar-ir'a: ..... Ika they Bost IM a.- ".- --
d.der.oon.. Hurry.ata .. ,
".1"Ini and N'nke toe ,... tsa.w.tat ....w M .ak.a 15154

bu..I t lnfi* e. are now InrludN rat 1t40.1:
A + IB the new pariare CHflUlf OK noD
4IS N. MU ,lair AC .
x elide.t that "lIftbln. fire.

Mended' coyeraaTM. and Bwvtsy 1'IritIJrlt' 10 a. IB CHEVROLET3ALER

A.k IIWY raiMm who OWN a* .4..tnc b6.aeh r.fibs 'W M proud of k-BW| rightly s.f ,left into one dlarmintedptlity. y"uhJp K.nrte_. llam. and *

.Ala efactnc diahwavrier enis forever a drudging ctiore WaabM. rings and dries aatoMttcaly DOM the Ilablflty T:M p. m TPK. W..te......,.

(ewei pot'a pos)- SAw can join in famJy-fun _hIIeryt.hinc gala clone.,. x>rti
better, cleaner. and mtarf s auLary.than rvfr pnBrnbt by hand.: 6.fean.rtia.may haallM J y from products worked rxir 720 .owl em tw w esf a naj eat oe 0th aaa/:' 1

.BOB* aa ,bmar a day..and hands May lurvlMT, tool > Menke. perfsnncd for '"OK"If.II" lAlfl.TIulatL.fltp I

nIIOtoflll.rs1" !

M fliC'T C Pooo t -
WASTE DtSI'OSOt ti.nl.a n. Nwth.vl. BaptUlt 1e
1 .Charley Johns
?W 1A.1.By waif ... CHurrh win ob. ry. tu anniMlnim.i'salnK
*** a.avna.r M a on 81tft4., July
I I..*.. r.----=- AgencyIll I with doD ta. roundsair"
----- III. MT ea ( WALT
( ,..... .. .. HULICK CHEVROLET Inc.
-) .u" I'' thlut ftt.I"OSE 4 UU aMKlnf ..rrlcrvtettVM. ._
....i .rv. w. r cry :2I t I S. .
....,.., ..... b.ett. I rr-s.. B04 formof ,
.& J 1h 9M-420I' _.......,. are uirltsrf IG att n4-

r I, I aw.My win .!..> seek tlMUC ''I (FORMERLY GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.)
n. l |It A radii LICHT coYri r HELPS BOIL9 FtOIIDA day at UM ".I.w1. ,.......... noM at lb.I .
[ hart.. WUnama woo ass. rr14a.1 U. ft. 301 (NOW U) *8TAICKK:, FLA. PHONE 9 I390UTRnDAY.

5' J 1'-I, .. aaegd 0 pes111.o sa. .( .


.JULY it,_1AA3 RRADII'ORn rofnwr .!!::!:!: nu."". .....,unf"'. "Hmo'\: PAGE TWELVE

-.- .', .. ...._" .. -........,-.,.. ,,....,... ,.. _,. .. .. .. .,. ,.......,,.,,
: : :
TilE KlUlir !POINT for l < ic 74J? ;: .e7T.T. -T: -y
way irou write. Come In

elect BROOK your Fountain favorite Pen f"f"I SAVrsq AT


I\.tlu Of A..I... ... For 4

In.l UwdNPr i F H: I _-
Nolle Is hereby given; T
Mr Curl lUrton. the holder,
Ihe following uvrlifhaivH. -Y.r+AM.i1MaarN" ok+ tL
filed said certificates for a '

r ePrtlflrale deed to lift numbers iBBtied, thereon.and ... ,
of Issuance, the description ) 1I : s- F

the property and the names, ,.. ,..
which follnws It: was .assessed. are L i \ i'v- 'i Mrs. Emma Groover Louise Hudson Mrs. Rosine Strickland: GENE LEE r
Certificate No. 67 Year
of "II 4'
suance 1963.U..a.II.IIOIi.
of Property, \ Starke, Fla. Starke, Fla. State Farm Starke, Fla.'t .
of BI.K 6 8 of l It 3V TI';; ,
S/D Sec 21, T-8-H, )lt-22-i";: I
Acres X000 f' 't'tf )r.e
Name In which aMsesaed .
fred Barnes.
All of said property being CeJ V'.7"wNMMWlPeryeYM'M.MM.' .+N.S'r.rM--- -1- "V.<' __. _. -,_ _,_ ,
..' -- ,, .. T: .. ,, .. > "iI ; .'< .I'''''''
the County of lirudford, ift;. -' J ,7 -111= <; r "" : ,]" j ..JiL T I! nJK'.i.l. '
of Florida.
Unless such certificate or ....
tlflcaten. shall he redeemed < -- < 2 V Y .
! cord Ini to law the "property, '("1""" IBSiS*!
scribed certificates In. will such he certificate sold to fl
I hlffheBt hld.l..r..t. the ,
housp door on the first .. ( CU
In month of August. IK66 I IIs
the 2nd day of August, J : I W-D BRAND --u I IGOY'T ..
Dated this 21th day of I
(! ta) I ICharles

Clerk of Circuit A. Darby Court of I I GRADED FRESH FLA. OR GA. GRADE "A" J

ford County. Florida I
7/1 4t

r Node. Of Application; For I FRYERSr. e

.... IIM.ll IrrdMi. >. P. C. I
Notice Is hereby given a
Mr T. J. Alderman the '1 '
of the following' ; certlflcutuH
filed, said certificates for a .
deed to< be Issued thereon
certificate numbers and .
tit IsKuunce, the description .1.A.agr.tia .
the properly. and the name. .
which. It was assessed are
nuance Certificate lH6j. No. &3. Year of M-M-M-m-m-m! ;steaks and roast sizzling U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT LB.

DeHcrlptlon of Property to: I! / over the charcoal grill with that "come
A of HI:'4 of NW54\ Sec 16, i
8-S! lt-22.i., and get it" look! And when they're from ,

Tyson Name In which nsnemed ': Winn-Dixie you con be sure they'll taste R oast.59 i ..

the All County of .wild of property Hrailford. .being ,' as good as they look. Because Wmn-Dixle
of Florida. steaks and that
i sells only the finest roast
I'nleBN. each ,
tlflcaten shall' cerllflcate b.. reileemed' or have been graded U.S.DA. CHOICE by U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND CHUCKthe
cording. to 'law the .property ..
scribed' In such lertiricatv Department of Agcul'uupe's.;

hlKheHt cerllfkates bidder will at he sold the. 1 to.. ",r. PASTEURIZED CLAW SWEET JUICY SANTA ROSA t I

In house month floor of on AUKIIBI.the flrHt IIMI5;\ ; Steak Lb. 69 Crab Meat . 98** Plums 2 39'

Is the 2nd day of August. FLOUNDER LIS .
Dated this Until day of ,
19(15SKA( Selected Fish Fillets 390 GEORGIA

ford Clerk County.of Circuit.Florida Court. of I for Biscuits e 4/39$! Peaches 5 LIS. 59*, r
7/1 4t / j tenderness $
iNoTit: TO IIKKT.MIIn : : "
Ireull tourt, HriiiUord'ounty. I Cheese 49tJ.FRESH CRISP f
( Fltirldni. In f.h..n.... close 'lO-oi. STICK KRAFT CRACKER BARREL
1'N.ea: 1/1-11:11/ :
Fields Joe J.hiM Field's wire and I'liilntlff, trimmed S. CHOICE W-D BRAND OVEN READY. E-Z CARVE RIB Cheese . a 590 Cucumbers 5/39/ ,

Leonard A. Hyrnes and "Kdlth: 1 of, REGULAR 65< COPELAND
Uyrne. hlx. wife Defendant. FRESH GREEN BELL
NOTICK To, Tl Leonard> APPIiAH: for Bologna a. 590

dr.Edith. .... I. Byrne). Unknown A. llyrnes value Roast Lb. 98 REGULAR 29< LB. II. SWIFT'S Peppers 5/39/ I-

You are hereby notified Ox Tails
A suit for Foreclosure. !hus .
filed against you In the .. SAVE 10, PKG. SWIFT'S SLICED SALAMI. FRESH FIRM HEADS
named Court and l cause and
arm required to serve u copy
your answer or pleading to Lunch Meat 390 Cabbage u. 8
Attorney complaint/ lion on Lex the OI-I.HII. 1'. I .-.... : ,,,, ._ _= ,tl ,'-'- "". ,"" ,, ?*.. .
4 Box 120(1(, Mturke! Florida. ..
file the original" In the .. (.110'r
of Ihe Clerk of the (' ,'
Court on or before the 2nd ,
of Autrusl.. IViiS: otlmrwlsu
allea-atlons of said .

will Le taken a. confessed CAN UBBY'S FROZEN! LIMEADE AND '" .. "" .,.,, '. ..:rt; .' ..." you.This notice Khali l hit l> E1'XTF
once each. week. for four ,' f Lemonade

County secutive TeleirraphDated weeks' ,In. the. .. -Nwww..nuwrd' BBVKN CANS FIRM HEADSIfJTTUCE 9/99y/ .......................see..........................
thl. JUth day of MINUTK MAID
i CIIAHLRS A. nARny.CI..k +r."N.,,.,. "'
of the Circuit Court. __ --- Potatoes 5 99/
By Ueulali M. Moody .). -


No Notice I Ire IX Is.Apwllrnlli hereby IHI.III.. IIre.IRev. .given.. ".Fur liii, 0000 Coffee 7X,11 MICH JULY' Rich' IOTH J 2 39 / Dinners 2/89/ al.

No. 2
Mr Carl lUrton the holder L .,..n'.NO" #2
the following lerllfliiales, h.. r FAMILY SIZE MORTON APPLE CHERRY. 3 $1
filed., said. certificates for a .. PEACH. COCONUT ; CANSDETERGENT
deed to be Issued. thereon.
certificate numbers and years EXTR5 .
InBuance. the,deairlptltm of ,.. ..! ." Fruit Pies 3/1./
property which It wa.and< assessed the mimes' are TWO.eNOS. ....................................................
follow.: PAN BBDI
Certificate No. 65. Year of Issuance Oysters MOUNTAIN GROWNPole 3.LOAF PKG. MORTON

Description IU3., of Properly l.ot 1"wR OOD THRU, JULY. IOTH
.Arr.7. 11,..U, A 10 of Illk 3 In Beans 2 liS. 39SUtlKrtAHp Bread Dough 49:

Name In which assessed, Alfred
llarnen Kat I EXTRAnw. I
All of said. property being d7l GREEN!. STAMPS.
the County of Itradfuid... I Htatof UMtM Hm NM* B.IV I FAB I ARROW
Florldi TWO f .

Unless. club shall,' certlflcatn he. redeemed.. or oertlflcates anirdlns < FryersOOD ;; I GROCERY' REG. :: REG
.. THRU l IOTH _
; tu law the property dd l
scribed In inch certificate. o L ...., .4 $HERSET OR 83 69< ;: S9' 49<
certificates"' will I he s lil to th
... ..
hlvhest bidder I t the \1.
house door on the firm, ;'tumid.In \ Ice CREAM REGULAR :25< 303 CAN ASTOR GT. : GT.seene..e.eeee..e.eeee.eeeeeeeee.N.e.eeee..e.
month of Annum,, r.iilft! \\ '
Is tho 2nd day. of Auwuiit, ,, I R. Fruit Cocktail 5/$1.
Dated this 21111 da)' "i himHKAI. [ -
1966. LEI REG. 29< 303 CAN DEL MONTE
,( : .) (
Clerk Charles of Circuit A. Darby I'miri. of Itrndford 4d Lima Beans . 4/$1. REG 99' CABOT BRIQUETSCHARCOAL 1
County, Florida REG. 39< 46-ot. CAN DOLE

",. 1/1 4t 7)-2 Pineapple Juice 3/$1.

AUTO LAFF (WIN MM:;;=;, :E: Grapefruit Juico 4/1. t'4WWWV

Ground Beef REG. 491 48-ct. DIXIE HOME
OOD THRU JULY. IOTM#..11 Tea Bags 39 .
I S \ ".N.WO." "" THRIFTY MAID PORK ANDBeans 20 lRT 79<
: ScgcQ1LI REG. 43* .160x.. LIBBY CORNED (C5, OfF' ) T4 tAG

EXTRA 12VEGETABLES' $1 Beef Hash 3/l.
"d?!.. R1..tt STAMPS- No. 300 C.nl .

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