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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ered:! on, the northern portion I to the hoard George aid the quire I ine i operation of a pump
"Superior and! somewhat more uniform conditions" were in areas of higher elevation test bo it.g/( report that Sites for icwaterlng. On Sites, 2
c.e ,. ascribed to two of the t three proposed l1ecoul'thoulle sites ina such as were explored by boring I 1. 2, and 3 could all suppui and 3. tewaterlng( would probably -
B-l." 3.000 bearing but that :2! be If ,oonstrucMon : -
report submitted to the County Commission: Tuesday us a result I a unnecessary
of test borings by Law Engineering Testing Company of In further regard to Site and 3 could support a 5.000 : : was done in a diy
1, the report said.: : "Since the bearing! lea.Hon.. George said.
Jacksonville. loads beneath this new facility I He said! that on Site I It Sites 2 and 3 have iUpt'I'lor -
I 1 h hye Architect Frank George said the report indicated that all [courthouse! would be I would be necessary to go qualities with the po.s.sl.
three sites were "buildable," but that Site 2 (across U. S. 301 relatively hUh we recommend down four feet to get a foot- bllity of minimize problems'

\west of the present courthouse) and Site 'A (American Legion a thorough examination of I Ing bearing, and it would re- the architect added.

I property) presented more favorable conditions for construction the underlying! soft clays dur- ',

than did Site 1 .(Anlell: 1 Crosby, et al property). ing a final investigation of'
this site This will confirm
+ In their! concluding remarks -
read to the board by The report' said: "Also. It our present assumption that t I
George the entjint'ei ins-test-; is our opinion that there Is the compressibility of the
lug company said "On comparison the posalolllty.. > of minimizing clays would not be excessive. LLa
the data indicates pioble' ,ns related to groundwater Because of the Importance of fi Glf ;
this structure however the
that Site 2 and 3 have superior control and dewaterlngduilii' I I
--- and somewhat more' long term settlement characteristics -
,construction at Sites
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the
In darkened courtroom. County Commissioners study maps and color- uniform conditions for >support 2 and 3. At Site 1 more favorable I zone of should be underlyingclay evaluated ,
of the relatively heavy
ed slides (on screen in background) showing proposed sites for new structure that Is envisionedfor conditions for building by laboratory consolida-

courthouse. ( the new court' hoi IM would llkclv be eneount- tion teats and analysis." 'I
Since the test drillings were I' 4
authorized several months
ago the board has placed a I
fourth site in contention -
the present courthouse location

: BRADFORD COUNTY TELECkAPH property with extending the addition eastward of

Including one block of Court .
( yun Tcrvtlllegnr (right), tournament chairman presents
I Street which would presum-
uuunl to Iliiroltl III winner fourth annual StirrUe
Itlnliop of
ably be closed. No test borIngs -
I Official County Publication Established In 1879VOI.UMF have been made on this \
location

) EIGHTY-EIGHT: !STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JUNE 3D. 1968 NUMBFK: ONE I Although the proposal here
has so tar been to Include
I the Lex Green property (present d
Taxable Values Chip's and other bust
ness buildings] to midwaythe
CUBB Gets $49,950 up
I block a sweeping expan-
"
Show IncreaseOf sion eastward was suggested
I t> to the board Tuesday by A. Invitational
tI J. Thomas Jr., In the event
J I this site is chosen.
$$1,500,000
For Health Aid Training Tho.naj said that taking:
half the block, would not allow -


Bradford County's taxable! sufficient area and that
values will show an increaseof the board. If It went this
,
Announcement of approval of a $49,950 grant by a regiteied health nurse at ( around: $1.500,000 on the route should utilize the entire -\
the Office of Economic Opportunity for a Home all limes Nolln said. Temple Named 1066 tax roll Assessor Gene block bounded by Call
I A Y Covlngton healtiofficer ''I I
Dr
Bradford .4 Court Jefferson and Walnut
: Health Aide Pilot Training project in Baker Lone announced yesterday. ,
Bradford. and
Clay
foi : Street. In addition to Carp'sand
II Clay and Union Counties: was! received here Union Counties will be proJect Civitan Head I' This increase should bring Lex Ore en'. office this

Wednesday' dliector. and classes! will I In about $20,000 more In taxes would Include The Bradford
V. T. Noun executive director one-ymr period that the project be held lit the Bradford Coun For 1966-67 based on last year's pith:. CountyTelegraph.. H. V. .
of CUBB -ECOUOmlCAgervy. !: \ ,! would tun. ty Health Clinic on Church ag of $14 28. Long said. Knight law office Priests ten Three flight winners In last weekend'. tournament (from

I Inc. received notification :, Object of the program is to Sweet Nolln saidTriiiiites I James Temple who has been Bradford's Equalization r cent store Eagle's Department left) : Klrlmril Hobbs. Uittlil Sllcox, Hill Adams and Rabbit
by wire from WashIngton l train men or women. over the will be paid 1.25' serving out the unexpired term Board meeting originally Store The Florida Theatre niurrativllle of Jacksonville. who. finished. second 1 la Championship
of approval for the age of 45. and from low income an hour while in training I of Rev. Walton Grady was in- scheduled for July 5, has been The Shoe Rack and B division..
training of a minimum of 25j fannies to go into and will attend classes six stalled at president of Starke Beam Re-elected postponed until July 12. Long Magnolia Hotel property.
j home health aides. Noun said homes and take care of sick hours a day five days a Clvltana at the club's regular said since he and all other Thomas said this would be His Third This YearBishop
It would be possible to train people! The trainees would week lor approximately 30 I breakfast meeting Tuesday. Florida tax assessors have the must expensive choice
up to SO aides during! the be under the supervision ofI' day After that they will undergo The Installation ceremonieswas been summoned to Tallahassee and would remove the most
I a period of onthejobtruliriu I conducted by Bob Turner. CUBB Head by State Comptroller Fred tax revenue from the books
; In the home. Lleutenant-Governor serving Dickinson next week. but said if the new courthouse -
Young Hampton Mechanic KilledIn Classe; will be taught by a I II this district of Clvltun Interna- I Tux rolls customarily are Is to be in the middlef WinsInvitational
i efoll,,'.er"j health nurse. No- tional. I For New YearThe ppr wed by the Comptroller town ample space shouldBe
I' lin inij. and the next two I Other officers installed at nnd Lonv malktd his to Tal- provided to meet present
Elevator Accident On Job months will be spent Inter- this time were: Charles Francis :iahas-.ee last week but this and future needs. He warned
viewing and screening appll- ; president-elect; Tom Casey -,I fom-county, ( CUBB' year 'the assessors must go to hat; In taking business property -
ants Classes should start vice president; J. E. Agency to combat poverty with Tallnhnweu! themselves In the county would not
EJward: Richard Ingenlath vllle a.-ounJ. Sept. 1. Nolin said. I lin.ion secretary; and Tom-I! Office of Economic Opportunl. connection with a recent Supreme only have to pay for the property
III 20. of Hampton was A' co... lng to University po- The Home Health Aide I Davis, treasurer ty programs met here Tuesday ) Court ruling Klvlng itself but for "loss of
killed Tuesday afternoon lice officers Ingenlath wasciu.iI'Od Tralni-iif project is the third I Members of the new boardof night and elected officers the Comptroller authority to business" to the owners.If .
while repairing an elevator at ,, : by an elevator adjacent to be approved as sumblttedto directors are: Ed Wainwright -I heard annual reports, and Initiated "comp''l" '\ assessors to fix valuesat the entire block were taken Harold!' Bishop III of' lea 154. Barry Tilth Starkf..
the University of Florida :i to the one he was working OEO by CUBB The first Sherrod Hamilton '' action for a new pro- 1 100 per cent. in addition to the pres- tarke, came through with a I'' 15''! ; Chuck Otnn P I..tk",
Teathini.! Hospital In Gaines on. a.s he opened the heavy two approved were Head Start Marlon Payne and Gerald Williams 'I gram.William Long nld he contemplated ent site it would provide tour under par In two daysof 159.
screen sliding door that separates 'orox"oiu'' for Bradford anj M. Beam of Key- no troubl" on this score since 2.7 acres for the new court- competition to win the Flight 2: Richard Hobbs
the two. Union: Counties The new The local club Is looking forward stone Heights wan re-elected the Supreme Court ruling house. Thomas said. Loss of fourth annual Starke Invitational Starke. 150; Ronnie Tumblln
Y.r The elevator was moving! grant b'lngs the total receiv- to the District 1 Civitan president; J. Franklin Keller named eight Florida counties tax revenue to the county Golf Tournament 71- Palatka 151; Bub Kverleili.PalatUu. :: .
when Ingenlath was caught ed bv CUBB through O3O: to I Council meeting to be held here of Macelenny! wad I'e.electedl as having used the 100 perCnntinnnr from this property would be 9-140 last saturday and 160.
about four feet from Its nor- more than $125 000. July 18.New I I Continue'I On Page Two l J On Page Twol $2,700 annually Thomas said. Sunday Flight 3: Bill! Adam '-.
mal stopping place and waiplnnou I 1 I Criteria which the Commis- Playing/ against a strong Starke ]159; H. H. Adam,..
between the elevator r Fishing "If Comptroller OK's sion agreed should be consld- field young Bishop scored his Starke 162. Comer Perrymuii.
and the ledge he was standIng Glenn MooreIs I" erel in making the final site third win In area. invitation- Starke, 167. \
Oil Licenses Needed selertljn!: would.: Include:: location als so far this! year having Flight;: 4: David Sllcox.Starke. .
The reason he had opened New Deputy After July 1 I loss of tax revenueby IreaJy taken the title at Cecil 152; John HarrLsonJacksonville. )
the dividing door was undetermined Commission To Give School Board removing taxable property Field NAS and the Lake 160; Huntlev "
officials said. Thf Olen Moore has resigned Floild wildlife officers will t from the roll size cost of City A O. Paul Invitational. Redfearn.: Keystone Heights

younw man was pronounced from the Stuike Police De- begin a strict' check for fishing the property Including clearing Addiig another laurel to 170.

dead at 3:20: pm.. only minutes oart'i-ent and will tart work licenses on July 1. and I $$30,000 In Lieu Of Office SpaceA I and site preparation his already extensive collec-
after the accident. tuly 1 as a replacement for if you plan to !go fishing on available! parking area the tion. Bishop defeated Clyde': Mayor's CourtThe
Inzenlath was born in New Deputy Bob Myrick with the ,. or after this date be sure number of families or busl- Terwlllbgar 4 and 3 in 38-
London N. H. on Jan. 12 'Sheriff office. Myrick re- to hive the new 1966-67 license loi pending debate over, many years It had been previously ness!M which would be displaced hole matched play finals for following cases wen1disposed ,
1946 and had lived In Hamp- : recently to accept civi"ervice otherwise you may be I whether! to include the School( estimated that it drainage future ex- !I the club championship Sun- of In Mayor's Court
ton for the post 17 months employment with theta subject: to arrest for fishing Board "IM or out of the new would cost $78,000,, to providethe 1 pension the cost of housingcounty day afternoon. The decision Tuesday night:
eomtr-l: there from Connecticut ; rke post office without a llcen.se. Bradfo'd! : i County couithous Scnool Board with the offices during construction cam! on the 32nd hole with Alice :Mae Birch disorderly
Kf was a member of the Moore! was succeeded as! Assistant Ac-oiding; to O. E. Frye. director ended j happily: Tuesday when', space !it had requested In the / and the value of' Bishop four holes up with conduct $27.50 or five days
Seventh Day Adventls'!' Chief of Police by Dome and Fresh Wa- the Comty Commission new couithouse.. I the present courthouse prop- only three holes left to play Rufus Swllley disorderly,
Church the Starke DeMola Kenneth Fuquay, a former ter Fish Commission the new greed to Rive the a-I' Casey.. had indicated willingness : erty in the event this site Is In winning the club championship conduct. $27.50 or five day
Chapter!: and the U.S. Nava' tiembrr of the departmentwho licenses have been on sale Board $30.000 to( help pur- on several previous oc- select.dA Bishop will have Annie White disorderly
E. R. Ingrnliith I Reserve resigned several month since June 15 and are being chase Conway Airport for the castors to move out of the !nart was made on com- his first IOB on the new presl conduct by disturbing the
Suivlvor. Include his wife ago to work in another dcinrt'nrnt honored by wildlife officers propoiitl! I new vocatlonal- courthouse Into separate piling ft "box score" on this dent's cup.Medalist. peace $27.50 or five daysGeorge
Rosemary.;, of Hampton: hioarenls of the city. throughout" the state. The new techn,,'l training renter quartit! the board would basis out lack of InformationIn t flow ,scorel! on the Smith attemptingto
The Community Mr and Mrs E. R 1 Mayor Randal: Chitty announced Mcense is valid until June 30 In I icturn for this assist assume part of the expenseIn some areas necessitated a first day of the tournamentwas I do bodily: harm $37.50 >n'
Tnaenlath of Hampton; one 1967. and available at the School Superintendent: Tom lieu of providing: space In delay until July 12, when the of Palatka seven cays.
Ouy Sapp
Bankof
Char-
State this week that ,
Boatwriah of all County Judgesor will meet again with Earl Lester Williams !-e k-
sister Mrs. Edith office Casey proposed that the the new courthouse.The board with a 70. and on the second I
Starke 'es Blalock, former manager
of Stnrke.; his paternal grandmother '>t Food Pair store in Starke. their license agents. : School Foard would provideits superintendent hall .architect: : Oeorge. day Bishops 69 wa.s low. !, less driving by excessive speed
Mrs. Marie Ingen Frye said "Buying a fishing own office space by add- 1 said It Y.'c>uld be more efficient: A. J. Thomas. Sr.. a member postponed I !I.I I. .
will .start work with the Po- Results. By flight
The Florida Bank lath and his maternal grand license Is not so much a'' ing to the present USO buildIng 1 for hlu. to have all of his : < of the Clay-Bradford I I Willie Kennedy, dlsorde I I-:
'ice Department as a patrolman Harold[ ,
Championship A '
At Starke mother. Mrs. Lillian Schick matter, of obeying a state law personnel. under one roof ra-1 I Realtors Association was asked : conduct: by fighting $27 50 both o? Brooklyn. N. Y on July 11. as It I.T I helping raise moneyto i Only! one "if" remain!:) In I I ther than a split operation. !: to head up a group to give Bishop, Starke. 140lItch: : Ted i I five days!!
Funeral 1 service were heV:' I ( provlf'r better fishing. All I the ointment Th proposed( 1: such( as at present betweenthe I a "hor, eback"' appraisal of Fields Jacksonville 146; ,: David! Bright petit theft
Federal Savingsand
First Trial Off Hanson Jr Lake City. 147Championship ,
Drug each of $27.50 five days
USO in or
Involved
the I
Thursday in Jone* sale transfer of funds must reppiv courthouse' and I property
at I It am fund revived" from the ,
Loan Associationof Memoiiil Chapel with Elder As Woman SkipsThe I the blessing: of State Cavy said that by applying the proposed site. This will boa B: Guy Sapp i I Rubin White disc! deilv,
Starke of ll-en es Is used by the Palatku, 148 Robert Marran- disturbing t ,a
''' \ figure rather ; I conduct< by
airport
to the
E. T :Marley and Rev. Pau'L. Comptroller Fred O Dickinson -I the $30000. 1 lump-sum
Estes> : officiating Interment trial of Mrs, Evelyn Game rnd Fresh Water Fish out spokesmen for both purchase it would permit the and a report on individual vllle. Jat'ksonville, 154: Earl! i peac,. $2".50 or five days)

Fill lie Cloned All Day; was in the Hampton Cemetery Jeanette Odom charged with I Commission to Improve huntIng : iirouus seem' confident of School Board to free certainfunds i pare-'ts: of property. It was Voyles: Keystone Heights 157 I
Pallbearers!\ were' memberof attempting to smuggle drugs and fishing conditions. state approval I' which could be transferred said. Flight 1-: Bob Porch. Palat- ; Bells Will Ring

:Monday, July Illi the Starke DeMolay Chap Into the State Prison at Rai- | One dollar from the sale of : Wren Casey presented 1 his to meet a current Suggested: by the board to On 4th Of JulyMost
ford wns not held today request! Commission Chair shortage: In operating fund serve with Thomas In mak- School Budget
dollar fishing license -
A National Holiday ter (Thursday, )I. as originally I each thee man Jerome Johns said. "'1 1 Casey si.Id the State Department ing thin report were E. W.
schedule The defendant was is ret aside In a fishing think the Commission can had advised It would Hayes end S. O. Denmark. Hearing ThursdayThe Starke business! houses
: wed courthouse, city
as
Hospital Rates I not In custody of the court Improvement fund and can work it out so that we can not .he legal to make a loan Tax Assessor Gene Long as office bank.t..'.
This Space Contributed I -another way of saying she I be used only to improve the contribute that amount from for thU purpose. I reported to the board on the Bradford County School I will hall be post closed all day :Mon:
Increase July 1 had "skipped! out" under $500 '! state fresh water fishing." our own capital outlay fund"Caqf'Y The und shortage is due assessed value and the amount Board will meet tonight
to PubllcU I day. Juy! 4th.
Weekly bond. 'I said! his suggestion I to the non-payment of about of tax tevenue Involved on fThuradayl' for a public hear-
Effective July I, room anc II A resident fishing license : Its for the fiscal Church bells will ring and
Community Brents by Prison officials said a capsule would' save the Commission $64.000 in ad valorem, taxes I each of the proposed sites. ing on budget
service charges at the Brad,' 1 I coat $3. or a sportsman may from the embarrassment ol,'I by five timberland owners The architect will provide year 196667. Also stud- the fire siren sourul i at u t II m. /

The CommunityState ford County Hospital will biIncreased containing. the hidden drug amyl un- purchase a combination hunting t wing, to "put the. School who are currently contestingtheir the necessary: information on : led will be proposals for obtaining are part of a. nationwide freedom
:I day fo r nltrat-' was found tide the demonstration but <>therwt9 -
: $1 per 1 drainage and future money to
and Itching licence. for Board out of the new courtuse" 1983 property assessments parking
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Bank adult and pediatric patient:, der a wif worn by the woman office in the courts expansion possibilities board ever a current financial I ; there will be no local
50. i. after providing ,
burr on a visit to the prison $10 cel lbutlon.Julian .
and $2 J per day for new I I In ills preliminary remarks shortage
schools for ac I I
the
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will receive the ccireful attention till. Miirldii." I I" "' v
Mrs Lucile Davis returnedlast Allen Trammell of Eufnla. Mli Jean Mundy of Tallu- HiWORKSTUDY ,1 those Ib"tu"r.. ; 4 i iHtlll.liinr n I
of responsible
r Thursday from three weeks Ala. and Charles Casey ot hassre t.. spending ten days: Taxable Values BHS Junior those who 'I",ill I I 'h, .-" I,.'
for approving are Illll II 90.11)11, l I:..I I I'' I IMMIII ,
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visit with :Mr.: and Mrs L. F. Atlanta Oa. were last Tues- with hrr mother Mrs W BMuridv. enrolled In the ,, ,.
to be pro- tin 1 Ilii nut- l HiI r
Smith Jr and family in Paxton day to Thursday guests of before \leaving on a lug h.-. ,
and with Mr and Mrs C. Halllc Scvmoui The three three weeks European tourMM Show Increase gram. Interested I Int'res, ii..uxi, N :
Any persons !ler11l'ti nl, t I I-1i' .. '. I I1 ,
1 i?
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r T. Wdncsdnv
C. Tatiim Jr. !in Fort Walton. men wont:! to Montgomery Lon spent ( .
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to the Junior ,
should apply \\i r MIII lill i i "" "1t
---- Mrs. Clone Long and daughter Ala. from Thursday to 1\1011-1 to Monday in Wllminiton s *4 4Br High/ Office for further In- Illll Minim., ;S;'.. I u."l I I,.
GLADYS MOOTY Helen( Jane and Mrs. day anu visited their I parents I Dela vlsitln:'. Mi (Continued From Page: One! formation. III I..IIIIH. Illll F I iiHlHdfi.nl I
Phone 9640651Steve Dan Pater( Jr. of Keystone In Eufaula ant Atlanta en- and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis (Vliiiitv 1,
I and Bradford i I'aril. bid imi".i i I" v,
Heights were In Bartow last route I They were ,Joined by Mr. anj cent vJidstirk, loil l by a ivltirinl, 'n.,i I
Saturday attending the wed- Local admittances to Brad Mrs" Thomas T. Long Jr. of was Included in the, eight H New Stickers i i'.hei.It rood<'li |pi1Itl|,. i I
Bikfi 1' ..,,, '. ,,
New York Others were, : Alachua 1".h1C. id or !1' "'
and Stuart Mr. and Mrs. John Greene ding of Betty Lee Waugh and ford County Hospital City over the Due On Boats
all iiniuuiii' ifinul' t l I"i
?>
Orange Palm pof '" II
who attended the Strlck1and\\ were visiting her parents, Mr. Bob Fitzgerald at the First week liicludeWilliam: thl'l weekend Duval Hendrv. : the hltl 1 Km.' ..i tuftiiIllllHt I .'

Bummer school for boys in St. and Mr. H. L. Chancey, In Methodist Church.Mr of Keystone Heights; Beach, and Union Jim Temple New boat registration stick- I.C>mO\.. hoUHl Tl, ,Mil,. 1

Petersburg last week were Monticello over the weekend. and Mrs. E. J.. Asbttd| Margaret: Bell of Gainesville.; Lnrv said non-pxempt real! "- eis must be displayed starting illli-r est. ,. !Servli", "tHI"ILU", alt "isithin. "

each awarded ft trophy as out- Jeff Warren is working fora of Jacksonville were weekend: Mrs. Muille Crews and Dean Beam Re-elected I'state'ahll's In the new roll PROGRAM / July 1 on all boats with. A Nepurair, hid I n.ii, t"l, l...
I
standing; players on their respective motel chain at Lake George, guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C Peeples of Lake Butlei, Mis total $30 R'ifl' 000 for a net I over 10 horsepower( ) kickers. I' IlIlIt.,1. "" i.at.Ii. 100"" .vHUIM ,
team. Steve was also N. Y. fo rslx weeks. Adams Hazel Hopgood of Middle- Rain of $1.193.000 over last l"EEDSPPUCSTS Boats up to 13 feet require\ a 'I'' l bid Ulll' lint U 1 ,","1.,11, .
fro- the Denmarkand Tom Moore of the 'fey West bur?' Mrs. Lucile Cnuley Mrs CURB HeadContinued years:; figure of 29662900.> The Work-Stu'ly Program Koi' mldltloniil' our,ninn ,, .1'
awarded a trophy n Mr. and Mrs. Earl ; through the junior minimum $159( 'license. and: KOUH. ,. No.. I 11-n I '. ,0'r
coaches as the friendliest daughter of Jacksonville Naval Base will be ?Jiorae Saturday \ Mary Fiwatt of Lawtey.: Mrs. New" personal property values operated entire I from 12 to 16 feet the fee is tht* Forest H'r\, ,n ,. i '?'HUM' ,
the
camper attending the session. Mr. and Mrs. Lonzie Normanof to Monday Faye Olson of Lake GenevaChai'es : total $8228.100 for a net high school for $5.50. .K*.r at ilu. Ki",11 st ,.
Waldo Karen I [ from One] gain of $311.200 over last county Is now providing employment H[<'ad.lulu..IO.| i |1.IIMI. \ i I'
Dean of Page
Mrs. Strickland and daughter Miami. Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. ;JVIaifott Harrington ; .
for 42 Bradford |{aiil"vn.l. Ualn.- it l. i I II itl.'lllil
Cindy, who went after the boys Buckley Jr. of Sarasota, and of Cocoa ,,aitfl;( 'Mr. and Jones. David Hatcher. Mis vice year's 7912900. :I .
president; Wilford Croft the summer -
As
on Saturday, visited Mrs. L, E. Mrs. Beulah Norman of Law- Mrs. Hilly Harihigton and Annie Mae Morris Edward of Union Th total increase in taxable .I County students. I VV. C. T. U. FIX" ,..!,iliimul, .in l?, 'n'', ,..
Dugger and daughter, Peggy, tey were Saturday night din- daughter of Jacksonville spent Norman Mrs. Alyce Graham and County, treasurer: values is 1506300. I PIOKICSSPS we find that lliiilHi' Nr>. I.:>.-U.I. ,.ni.,., ,iFoieHt
Ralph Bradford
Bryan of '
to .
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we need more applicants ALCOHOL 10.1\: ? Ii t i "'nut I:..,.
in Bushnell while enroute. ner guests ofIr.:: and Mrs the weekend with Mrs Gladys Herschel Patterson. Ernest County Exempt real estate [home- thiFOIIMI 4v ,
secretary. fill po-itions that are vacatedby ACCFLEK\TFS: lit i u i i iHinru I I.
Phil Stith of Valdosta, Ga. David Browning The Buck- Harrington Gilder end Frances Garrett Twenty directors steadsl 1 totals $11.161.250 on ( 'I'M, It.fin:. I" \
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new Wel'l'also presently enrolled -
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students ACCIDENTSThe
is visiting his grandparents leys were weekend guests of ":\I\:1t: C'I.F.R.'XCEInU.ilst of StaikeMI'.s chosen the new roll for a gain of Luke' Butler i ,RIradii i ,
at .
the.
meeting In tile pi OKI am. Signal' Press ,hnlii,' Luke. Hut I b r I 1'0. I
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Mr. and Mrs. L.. F. Dinkins, fur the Brownings. :! s, ITNDFRWEtK, Lillian Stump was H204001 last year'sUO.957.50.
held In the over ,
Staike Elementary To be eligible! for the Evanston IllSI'I'Ii 1'1),110 'nun l k mi "111\ b'f I
two weeks. Miss June Hirding and SPORTSWEAR TillS \VEER- Monticello over the weekend School cafetoiium :! the student envelop111,1| i n H ,0lio. i 0-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. In- David Turner of Atlanta, Ga. EM AT LEILA'S DRESS visltlriK :Mr and Mrs. W. IIThon.MJii in Woik-Study Program up'n."i| lull II I I" .
H. P. Morgan, director of Lous mid the increase mu't meet the following 1 1'In' F''n'' .t ,Id, i I I''a i .
gram and family of Tallahassee will spend the weekend with SHOP. No CharfCPH l'I"I1..elJrrll. Mrs, John W. Griffin I
Bradford County's Head Start. 'values is a result of new con requirements: : "'""I"'lrI"' 'tMII 11)11. 1v.rt.M' i tin i"'1.1 l,' .i" i iin.l i. .'
are renting the Delano Thomas her parents Mr. and :Mrs. T. V.V.. Strickland and of Ochlorhnee. Ga, will I ,I I i,.Hi"Rosha's
,urtlon In the county plus been ar-l I .i; "n' 11'" .
program, said that someone 1. He must have ,
cottage at Kingsley Lake thin I B. Harding Sr. children of Orlando spent Monday :: :spend the weekend! with her II.nltlrlA u".Itl'' ,1'I I I II IIL
week. I Tom Crawford and Miss and Tuesday with her par- 'sister M.ss Stump. needs too/ out and lookfor various adjustments' In assess repted and or have been pre'Iouql.v : H. 01. .l 10.1, trill' I., .. n" ,.ndm i I: "' I..., u,,. ... 1''l, .o, I \
I these people." : ments. enrolled I I" ?rl t.I I I. ,I', ,, ,, 1 t '. '" :. ; .
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chi'1st- Helen Crow of Jacksonvillewere ents, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Hoiipt Mi, 1<11'1 Mrs. Dive Paulk I \ vocations-eu-I I
man and Mrs. C. C. King of visiting his mother, Mrs. Linda Strickland celebrated her 'I vlfcitel! Mr and Mrs Roswell He added, that because ofml.'iumierstanlllllg Last jenr. long. / re-assesse-l student In a )

Carthage, N. C. will be guests E L Crawford on Sunday. Mr. 7th birthday Monday afternoon Paul:: t.l their summer homeat on the pail all prop' rty under the lust I I cation program such as Home I

next week of Mr. ant I :Mrs. V. I Crawford left Tuesday for the with a party for 10 classmates Astor on the St. Johns River of some people who should be value law" with the result I Economy. Agriculture. VOF.
i R. Ferguson. 'Shrlners convention in San Mrs. O W. Barry of Brooker Tuc'rtnvMi participating Head Start is that the tax roll was nearly DCT. r'pftiontcs' Automobile I '

Miss Susan Wiggins of Francisco, Calif. for two was visiting Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Jlmmv Green not reaching as many children. tilpled Jumping from $18 I' Mechanics, CBE 01 the Junior 4 !:

Bftldwln College, Tlfton. Ga. weeks. J. E. Hardy last Wednesday to of Stark"; and Mr. and Mrs. as It tihoulcl. million to $52 million. Mill ,' Kith: Work-Study Program Beauty

will be home for the weekend.Mr. I :Mrs: N L Woodburn son, Saturday f,. A Johnson of Rnlfoid At- "We really need more time Te was reduced! however
and Mrs Mark Moody Lonnie and daughter, Candy Miss Ida Meriltt and Mrs tended the Johnson family to do a good Job" he Hair], and from, 412r: to 14 778. A Inn-p 2. Is in need of the earnings

and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- are visiting relatives and Fronle Moody of Lake Butler, reunion! on Luke George on added tint for many of the number! of property! OWIUMSnaM from! such employment I to bp-

son are spending Sunday to i friends in Ottumua, la. for two visited Mr. and Mrs Sam Sun'ljyMaiil'n. I head-Mini children the begin- \ :! nd valorem taxes for the Kin or continue In the '.IC"ro-

Thursday at Salt Springs. weeks. Whitehead. on Sunday. : Patterson has returned ning of education Is not enough -. first time. Monal-eaucatlonal program 01

StTMMEB .CLEARANCE! Mickey Dnnsby and Misses Johnnie O. Dobbs of Raiford after three weeT visit "but It helps," ho ad- At present both the County inaintrin his status; as a full Shop

DRESSES i ON1>ER\\K\K, Linda Davis} ", and Diane. Lassi- was visiting his lUghter. Mrs. with her \uncle nnd aunt. Mr. ded. Commission and the School I In.p. student
SPORTSWEAR THISKKK; ter of U. of F. were visiting A. :3. Whitehead and family nnd MI ,. Rivls Ayers, In BII11poit. Morgan said that ]10! children Board sir' In process of pipoatlnK 3. Is nt least 15 :vents of HA IIFORII<) > KO.MJ I'MONK !OR1-IH) '

END AT LEILA'S; DRESS ::\11'. and .Mrs R. O. Dansby on last Friday, afternoon Alu arc now unrolled. In the idjPts l ? on which millite age! air: l 11"'s thin 21 years of

SHOP. No Charges Plpaw! Sunday. Misses Dee Walters and I Mr lin'l Mrs Titus Diana proffium., Ho Hiiid that the ; foj. the coming year will asp at the eommcnceini! of HOSIIA SMITH: mE IIOBI: : ,

Mr and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs P F.. Stone and :Miss: .layne Hardy< left Tuesday for nttenctpil,, a family reunion lit I personnel is", working well to- be bised I his I'Inf11nvml'nt.
two the horn" of Mr mitt frsOcororp I Last ad valoiem taxes 4 Is npiib11.\ in the opini-Mi
Jr. have returned from Mamie Anderson of Archer Baptist Music Week at Ridge- gether.! The main purpose of year
PUICKS: INCMIDI; : CUT AND) STYLE
weeks vacation. They spent spent the weekend with their crest, N C. They spent Wednesday Collins In Tort Whiteon I Head Start is to help the five- ptod'lTti: B totnl of $586.OOI. of the appropriate school authorities I

several days in the Bahamas sister Mrs. E :M: Davis. and Thursday night SunclavGlPiiii I I year-olds begin to learn to live of which $333.flSI went for of maintaining IOl't I
Wave .
with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Goodmg, with Lynwood Walters In nrrldl'-h of Decatur. with their neighbors and to schools and $253.340: to the I itandliv In the voratlonnleduntlonal Budget $6.0j

attended the Bar ConventionIn ::\11'. and Mrs. L. R. Gooding Greenville\ S. C. while enroute. Ala. Is home for a week's va- break the 'apron strings." The County Commission School/ program: while
Hollywood June 15-18, and and daughter, and Mr. and Miss Pat Nichols of Lake catloii,. children also) get a free meal' mill UP was 8400 and the ruder' th" Work-Study PioKiam Oil Wave $8.0J

were Joined in Fort Lauderdaleby :Mrs.: J. J. Tolbert! and daughter Butler IH. spending several Michael' Nlrhols of the Phil every day and much needed! commission was 6.378. I .
'Mrs.: .Thomas' mother and of Charleston, S. C are weeks with her brother-in-law adelphia Naval Base. Pa. Is", medical attention he added.I I The Commission will hold 5. I Is filling to nrccrit I tlir'

sister, Mrs. J. :M. Snodgrassand guests this week of Mr and and slstei Mr and Mrs. A. B. home on two weeks leave be- Morgan said that many of a budget hearing' rally in "tespoii'ilillltiPs.\ whatevpi Ihl'I \' PRESCRIPTION WAVE

daughter Ann, of Scotts- Mrs H. K Davis Whitehciul 1 Jr. fare irpnrtlim! to the base In the children are timid, and July It faces n fli flplt of I mnv be that are placed bpI -

boro, Ala. Their sons John Attending the Nat Dankel- Mr and Mrs J. R Martin ol Il"rlald: on July 0Mr I some leally need to be In the about $:Ur! >.000 ns a lesult" of fore hun and perform any: ns- $1O.OO $12.50 $15.0( i

Milton and Archie spent the Roberta! Russell wedding In Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs ind Mis p" n Beard Head Start program for HCVvi tlmfoPiKiml taxes being with- I sIsnmMit<( in u business( and
(HT AM) STYLi" : l INCI.lMlKI. (! ) :
uoikmxn like
two weeks at Camp Iinmoka- Kissimmee on Saturday after- Audy Hinson of Columbus Ga. Sr. have had:! as visitors Mranl 'ul more months.! held bv n suit now pentlinw manner
.h lee. noon were Mr. and Mrs. Meed' will 'be weekend guests.* of :Mr.: I Mrs Beard Jr and son. The school wherein several timber companies : Students; may he employe'
and David Chris Dr. and J H Dennis. Fran" of Mc-Comh. Miss kindergarten pro- dUl'lntl1/ (' months of Judy
: Wayne Thigpen Lewis and son, and Mrs several gram beginning In Bradford are contesting their Hair Cut Shampoo and Set
of the Sheriff's Boys Ranch Mrs. H H. Adams, Mr. and Mrs T. D. Stroud of Jack- days last week and\ Mrs.S. 1965 assessments and August foa\ maximum ,
Live Oak, visited Mr. and Mrs.. ;Mr. George Canova, :Mr. and sonville was visiting Mrs. J. II. H. Parker of Florence, S. County this fall will give badly. I of RO houis and will be paid
o. needed! attention to Instructional A special I meeting of the $2.75
John P. Simpson Sr. Friday Mrs J. Vf' Furlong and Mr I Fields the first. of the week! C. list Tue. rtiv to SimlayMr :! I I $1. pc. hour.
needs School
Board will
also Morgan added.\ be held tonight -
: afternoon and ;Mrs Guy Andrews and The home of Mr. and Mi's. P.n'-i" : ) JOined them over A eenrral iule-of-thiimh
\ Merritt Williams asked If the IThuisdavl I on its bud- Losing (Care Rinse S2.00()f Kxtra
Mrs. C. R. McDonell and son. Tommy. \ 1.I'IIUeVhl1eheael was the setting the "n"" ,,1. for r'ct !iminiim financial; eligibility -
program Is "money well set: whtth last totaled
eons, Robert and C. R. Mc SLMMKK:: \ : CLEARANCE:! Sunday for the Thomas !o''(':\I\lF.lt ('IK.\K\\K: :'\ spent year I ; U as follows: Rinse .r i\lra I:
0c
and $1610.1104(! Weekly .
I Morgan <)
Donell II, Tampa were last DRESSES; UNPERWEtK. family reunion with appioxjm.itely I UltlSstS: ; : 'SlItURUe; replied with an In normal, cases. the family
: week ,vkitois\ of Mr. and Mis SPORTSWEAR THIS \VKKK-; 50 attending I SPJtTSWYu\lc j' THIS \\''' Im-: ; emphatic "yes." j 1 I Both (he County Commls-I nnnnnl! Income Is fli'iiri-1! : /at, TINT $5.00
R. P. McLendon. ENI AT LFILA'S PRESS Mrs. Clyde Sinclair will J.snT: I.riI.u\N DRESS: P, T. Nolin, executive director / lon anti the! School Board a $:t.Obaoe!)/ plus $500:; foi -

: Beverly Richie of Jacksonville SHOP. No Imrgpt;' 'Please' visit friends In Orlando and SHOP.!' Sf C'hu/p'4, /: IMriise\ of the CUBB Agency, I may legally increase their each r.epemlent: Tli"ic, ni n

Is visiting her grand- Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and Miami over the weekend. I Miss Janet Hardy of the stated that Head Start is "the millijzcs: this year: by 10 per exceptions to this pile\ however -

: mother, Mrs. E.,: Li. Crawford, daughters of Lake City were Mr. ond Mis T H Slade Univeisllv of Georgia will be 'best program in the whole I "(tent under terms of the and each applicant i, Shop Open Everyday

this week. visiting her parents Mr. and returned Sunday after two hon. F'ldav' to Tuesday Economic Opportunity Act. .:ust value law." Efforts to assuv"d! that his (appll(,:atlon

: :Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Mrs. E. W. Hayes, on Sunday months In the Bahamas. Mia: Buith S. Brown attended He said the best", way to see results "hold the line" are expected!

Jr. and three children of Oden- Mr. and Mrs. E, \V. Hayes Mr fend Mrs. O C. CoatsJr the St. Augustine Legislators Is lo visit! a Head Start on the part of both board. ;. _" =.0.lu.! r

: ton, Md. are visiting >their parents were In Miami the past ten of Meridian Miss. are lereptlon luncheon class and observe The program however: : ;;\"I"..,. ,.."... I
: Mr and Mrs. Harding Sr. days visiting Mr. and Mrs. W visiting their son and daush- and banquet over the weekend was originally estimatedto County Clerk Charles: Dar- (: .

: and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Law- E. Hayes and new baby daughter terInl:1w.11': : and Mrs Da- and also took the /guided take six months", and cost by said yesterday that lepietentativps \ ..
: eon this week. Hannah. vid Coats. this week tour of the town and attended $23,000, and almost 2ia monthsare of some of the \\yi.I: .1:,..

. the Cross. and Sword first gone, and "we have just timber companies had already et
. --- showing/ of the season. finished getting the rest of the indicated they won!':' ,

T MM Nanry Gunter of Fan. personnel", Nolan Bald. He added be on: hand at the eqiiill/a-!

1: Oallip is visiting Mr. and Mrs. the "situition looks good, Lion bond" mcrtlim to piotest

Prle PflPshinRei! this wepk for an eight months head start thou 11'Grf' assessmentsServices

u Mr.; S I.. Perk Jr and program next fall." I rf

. tk' I daughter. Kathailne. and Mrs. Nolin said that the Neigh-! Held

W. H. Holland will be In Dub- boyhood Youth Corps", will be
In TallahasseeFor
Ian, Oa Tuesday to visit rplatlvcs starting in. the next few weeks 1

for several days, Mrs with 100 in-school and 100 Mrs. Stubbins
Peek an I Katharine will re- drop-out .students and he also I
gte
s a t I turn the end of the week expressed hope of getting a II I Fu.lei'.u setvlces! for Mis

1 Ad while Mis Holland will remain comprehensive! medical program Alice B'ifoid' Stubbins. wife

for a month.Dr in the future. I of Dr. H. P. Stubbins. were,

!and Mrs A. J. Barry President< Beam rl'pnr..e,1. on held at 3 pm. Sunday at the

s returned Tuesday after! two .the results of a survey completed : graveside in Oakland! Cemetery -

weeks vnrntion They attended in Clay County. Out of in Tallahassee It-v u

:Mrs HRI' 'Y's 25th class reun- 171 HppltriiUona there were 51 I Dav.. Thomas officiateMis ::]. MORE THAN EVER BEFOREAT

ion at Beaver! Palls. Pa and llnid I Stoittis with 35: in the I \ Stubbing died last Friday -

touierl! the AlleRhanev( Mountains low-iiuoitir huukot" and Ib ina : in Tallahassee Mnnonul

higher-income IniKket Of Hospital after an extended illness -
Mrs .J. R Kite attendedthe the 33: there are 27 white anti She was a foinvr -

frJ'1t funeral of Mis R P. H Negro ihiklien, which le- ideal I of Slaikc during the

Stubbins In Tallahassee\ : on heels! lhl'edlthe, latin! of (time! h"l'i husband wns cm- FIRST

i SundnvKaien. white-Negro population of Clay ploy"rl as a dentist at the FEDERAL

P.iU. JDVCP Denmark County. Clay has received 19 I Florida State Prison. They

I nnd fiandiii Register Homo Health Aid applications! moved l to Tallahassee about

will loav Sunday for a weekat he -said 12 years no.'
I
the Crescendo! :! Majorette Nolin said. that within u year A name of Quincy :Mrs

. t, Camp at Lebanon Junction a comprehensive Home Health Stubbins gas a member of the
t Ky. Aid program will be working/: First Presbyterian Church of I irFirn\: !:( ).:
.11 Nancy ire of Lakeland< Is in the leu. Under this pio-, Tallann.sM'C./ JULY 1 1. 16
visiting; her cousin Helen gram women are tunned anti
BibKlLhrr/ husband l stir .it.5Uiuc.t :.
Jane LIIIK, this wrk under! registered,! nurse supervision
Mr. and Mis William Phe- are sent to the home to by a daughter Mis 1

I bus and family and !Mr and help sick people. Approval of 1 CharUCoopci ; two sisters!
Hammer and) Chisel ? :Mis:\ J. Lewis Hall and Mrs.
Anyone Mis Steve Wiggins of Mt 1 this project is expected in the :Mdx.no: : ( Smith two brothers.A. .
Carmel 111 are guests from next few weeks U PER ANNUMANTICII'ITED:
I L ford Sr and River
Tuesday to Friday of Ml and Membership: of the CUBS Bufcrd Jr. aud three Hiandchild ;\- : |
Mis David Montgomery/:
community action agency to :en. DIVIDEND I
. End Your Messy Problems .-.- I Miss Mary Ann Lon was combat poverty are divided! In Bar low Friday and Satu- bout half-and-half between

With A lay where she sos a bridesmaid I white and colored with mem- New Booklet

in the wedding of Betty bers chosen from all walks and Tells How To
I Lee Waugh and! Bob Fltzceralu -
:
I stations of life in this area
MODERN WESTINGHOUSE FROST-FREE I, : The ;Kills: were roommates Representatives are named Order SeedlingsThe

while they attenJ'd:: from various local, general QuArtErlySavings I,
I Florida Southern College In governmental civic religious. *!orida Forest Service i,
has announced the
Lakeluid! pilntin1
business labor Icidcrs and interested -
I of a new brochure entitled.
REFRIGERATOR citizens from unorgan-
"Hoto "
THE BRADFORD ized groups. Order Seedlings.

. 12 CU. FT. TO 22 CU. FT. COUNTY TELEGRAPH "provide The !purpose general", of coordinationand CUBB Is to'I The prices two-page, delivery bulletin dates Rives and;-!

Published every Thursdayat planning to specifically payment instructions for thepuiiJiase
further the of the : of forest tree seed- and Loan AssociationOf
138 {V. Call St., purposes I
No Down As Little As Liberal Trade-In Starke Fla. 33091 Economic Opportunity Act of lings from the Service's nur- i
series at. :Munson. Chief land.
\ I 1961 and amendments thereto,
$10 A Month Allowances Second class postage paid and other related Federal and and Punta: Qorda. Starke

Payment at Starke Fla. State legislation "according to The publication Is available
218
North _
Temple Ave Phone 9640300'r
-:
the by-laws adopted at the an- free to any landowner Inter-
Subscription Rites:
nual meeting in Starke Tuesday ested in planting forest Uees
In trade area: 3.50) per night. Copies may be obtained from

Slade Gas & Appliances year: $2.00 six months. any Florida Forest Service

E. L. Matthews editor and THE RIGHT rol.NT for the office

i publisher! nay you write. Come In and Last year Florida Forest

322 W. MADISON ST. PHONE: !961-7701) Outside trade &I'ef.1.00: .nelect your favorite, ESTHt-: Service nurseries producedand

I per year: J 2.25 nix month BROOK fountain pen. TKLKI : -''I sold 67 million seedlings 1'.,,rJ:. f'oM,

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JUNE 30. IBflfl \nrorsn. COUNTY '''..0.''". "" .,...... nonm\ MOE TItREbr

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I the groom. Three Parties Open House Given BRW, Observes Mrs. Lee CogdillIs :'iullivan-AIvarez IV.Ctrl VMM' COl.AMI T"FOR Jrtrtrrs F1HAIrottn )-

; Tho! matron of honor was For Linda Huggins FOr Miss Darby Family NightAt ComplimentedAt I ToldI I't:\TV. IrLOfhkA.In t
I Mrs. Louise Brown of Gainesville ngagement r
and the bridesmaidswere Bride-elect And Mr.] NoblesMr. LakeA Shower Arthur I bale tJecOOI'.s' ''t
Miss Patricia Wynn of I Brooklyn I With Plxl J -\OTIf'11! TO 'tn'rolt: l
All iTHfllforH of (lit- estate' tt
Starke and Miss Betty Jo Miss Linda Muggins bride- and Mrs. Randal F. covered( dish supper was Mrs Lee CnKdill' a recent Mr. anrt f !Mrs. James A. Sullivan Arthur Dale, deeoased, sr' ,hereby

GLADYS MOOT Sapp of Lawtey. Attendantswere (elect has been feted at several Chltty. Mi and Mrs. J. Charles nerved to husbands and children bride was honored at a tieIlKhtful announce the engagement notified claims.. mid .-''1111..1. to fllo
and any or dfinamlM whl. h
Phone 964-0651 attired In Identical delightful parties in the Saw>ei.! and Mr. and Mrs. of the Starke BPW Clubat / bridal shower last Friday approaching marriage they may have H";"I"at odd
sleeveless floor length gowns I II past week. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. honored Family Night. Thursday of / night gIven by Mrs J. S. of their daughter. Sandy estate In the riffle. of the < ""11'

,I of aqua taffeta with scoop The H H. Adams home was Mls.i Phyllis Darby and last week at the home of Mr. Jackson Mrs. Benny MoR.ic. *o Richard Daniel Alva- ty Judge of nrarlford, <' ", nty.Florl"lI. .

I necklines fitted bodices and the setting for a Coca-Cola her fiance Bob Nobles, with and !Mrs. Eldon Klmmons on Mrs A. J. Fender. Mrs. F. L.Walterson rez, I son of Mr. and Mrs. O. :HtnrkK'nrldH, .. In' the,. within courthouse six' <,u-at!

sheath skirts featuring two party Wednesday afternoon of open house. at the home of Brooklyn Lake. II Mrs. \V. L. Thomas It. Alvarez! : Sr.. oil of Starke. ender monthH from .the dale. of

i. Y roses or ribbon folds at the last week honoring Miss Hug- he latter last Thursday eve Mrs Klmmons presided at Mrs.. Bob Myrlck. and Mrs. j Th" wed-lni:: will take place the. .firm 1 publication. of thin
waist In back. Their headpieces A. B. Whitehead at the homeof IMday. July 22. at 8 pm. at node.Earh claim or demandmual
gins, given by Mrs. Adams .
the business session which j bi In writing and mint
were a single; rose Identical ning.Mrs. the Pine; Level Baptist Church .. .
and daughter, Jane and Mrs. Club thlatter. state the place or reellence andpostofrrce
Hatcher! greeted guests follow the supper. I
'I with .1 reception in the .
to that on the gown, securing ad'trpmr of the
Robert Green and daughter.Marlon Yen and wedding
for the \/ orange I
I at the aoor and presented chairmen appointed church lollowship hall. claimant and must be worn
1 d a nose length veil of them, to the receiving line coming/ year are: program bells decorated the living room .. by 'tli> claimant, his agent
I sheer Illusion. Accessorieswere Mixed garden flowers were composed of Miss Darby Mr. chairman Della Rosenberg: for the occasion. The refreshment I All friend and relatives are I' hid attorney nr It will borums -
white, and each Invite! to attend. mid aetordlnff( to law
wore a
used in the party rooms. The table and sift table were
Nobles, and their parents, Mr. membership. Bertie Olson; June its 1146.CLAItA.
r 'I necklace( given by the bride. refreshment table in the and Mr*. Charles Darby and civic participation Ruby covered with lace cloths over Ml: Sullivan graduatedfrom 1)ALl,

a The-! nosegays were of white ing room was covered din-I Mrs. P. W. Nobles.1I1':1. Johns and Leila Mundy; per- yellow linen. Centering the BUS In the class of '66 Admf ndttratrtx. .>f the <*state.
( carnations with long white pink linen cloth and I arrangement and :Is employed by the StarkeBl'atlor of .\I.thuI.I Dal.. t-aced.!
Sawyer invited gueststo sonal: development Evelyn First, publkatlon un June 9*
streamers with\ a silver bowl holding I the refreshment table i theory: world affairs DestaDyal of orange flowers. :l County Chamber of I lane. 6 9 41 8/'K
I Miss Marlon Green sang deep lose snapdragons. Commerce Mr. Alvarez also
Scw which was overlaid. with a ; legislation PaulineToro'e Several names were played
t r a+i1( I accompanied: on the piano by Coca-Colas were served in: graduated from BHS In the
5a ,
embioldered linen cutwork : : and public relations during the party hours 7-30: to
I Mrs. MalY Moore of Lawtey. crystal glasses, and Mrs. E. class of '(S3 and is employed I
cloth. Centering the table Margaret Brown. 9 o'clock and prize were awarded -
Donald Hickman of Hope- F. Mayton Jr. presided at the to the winners. at Slad" Gas Co.
'well Junction. N. Y. served' was an arrangement/ of pink Report:: were given on the
silver coffee service. Mrs S. ,
blue and white hydrangeasand recent state convention held The hostesses> presented the i,
his brother as! best man and O. Denmark and Mrs. O. S.
I the ushers were Olynn Starling :! fern flanked by slivercandtlabl'll at the Fontenbleau Hotel in honoree with a bedspread as
Brown also assisted in serving Jr on June 7 In. Bradford
"
and Danny Waters of with burning Miami! Beach Miss Rosen a memento of the occasion. County Hospital.Mr. .
Lawtey.! pink tapers. The punch bowl berg reported on the Starke
The hostesses! presented the
:
I where Mis S. L. Peek Sr. breakfast! held Friday mornIng -
The bilde's mother wore a
bride-elect with a rymbldium Recent BirthsMr. and Mm. James Russell
and Mrs. J R. Walnwl'llIht.prpsldt'd for all the delegates. Mrs.
suit ot blue lace over silk likerid
orchid corsage and dessert Starling of Starke announce
F'j I was decorated with Dyal! reported on World Affairs -
wppp shantu.ia with which she set as a memento of the occasion I and Mrs. Albert "Ktisoni-: the birth of a son, James Russell -
r {, wore white accessories and a pink althea blossoms around I workshop; Dorothy Mil- Barnes announce the birth of Jr. on June 27 at Brad- '
the base. berger reported on District
t
+ pink rose corsage.! Ousts: Included Mrs. George a son Albert Eugent 11.1 me... ford County Hospital.
Th' groom's mother worea Hugsln.1, mother of the Inviting the guests Into the I' Director.: workshop; Mrs. Olson t other;

dress of peach chiffon with honoree. and Mrs. Robert Mc- family room and patio was on membership\ workshop.and ,

matching acces. odles. com- Rae. mother of the brlde- Mrs. R. F. Chitty. Serving!! Mm. Klmmons on Civic SUMMER SPECIAL

plemented with a white rose groom-eltct. punch from the punch bowl Part'i'patlon'\ workshop. Miss ta11DRLf."ylltt.i : /

corsage! on the patio were Mrs. Randy I Rosenberg thanked the local tmmJStaVttC:
d ,
} held atthe Johns and Miss Lee Darbv. club n'embers for helping her ,.
4Y I A reception was On Thursday evening Misses fnjtU IIBh1
r home of the bride's par Mary Bellinger. Suzanne sisters of the bride. The punch through !i successful year as !l Personality $ fl00 f ,1>titoni Florida State Federation BPW I b whs. t
entsThe bride's table was Judd, end Margaret Colson table on the patio held anarrangement ''iht$
endrh
Shasta president.! Gifts and favors : c e
covered with yellow lace of white
a gave a Hr-en shower for Miss And t rlaafr8'M
cloth and centered with candelabra Hugzlm at the home( of the daises. Hydrangeas and daisies were presented to members :r K.Y+fltld

\ around which was a latter on W. Madison Street. were also( used in the' who nsristed: Miss Rosenbergthis GlamourPORTRAIT

garland of fern and carna party rooms. past year.
Arrangements of roses were
4R 4 tions. Mrs. Thelma HlBlnbothntn used in the party rooms.( The Assisting! in serving were The orogram was in charge *
.,
1.W I of Mrs. Dyal! world affairs 99 (MOTofrApfTic raced ywvdw
and Mrs. Bonnie Hlgginboth.im Walters on
Misses Barry Dee -
Terry
refreshment! table was covered ,.ddrnL.. Mnicn of I .n4i. ...4fbolDfrtfbtr
served slices of Sherrl and !Mrs, Haney on personal
: with a lace cloth and also Rceney Moore. proNsaaW tn HIM
the four-tiered cake which held nn arrangement of Wilson. Linda Rae ROller! development. ball I -

Gloria Dianne Sapp Becomes Bride was decorated with soft yellow roses. Miss Bolllnper presided Jane Adams and Mrs. Don- Photographs you will

Of Mr. Hickman In Evergreen ChurchMiss I rosebuds and topped witha at the punch bowl. nie Thornton. Others who assisted OsborneNoegelAll THURSDAYFRIDAY- SATURDAYTHIS treasure a lifetime, in

miniature bride and groom.: The bride-elect was presented during the evening
beautiful natural color.
I Mrs. Janet Starling andMrs. friends and.. relatives are WEEK ONLY
Mrs. Charles Hardy
\ Gloria Dianne Sapp, white silic: organza gown featuring with a cutwork table cloth were
I neckline with Sheila McClellan served ,i from her hostessess( as a me- Mrs. Arlen McKnlght. Ml's.Don Invited to attend the marriageof Call us today, Ask for
of and Mrs.
daughter Mr. a scoop
Schirtli embroidery and punch floor a cut crystal mento of the occasion. Noel. Mrs. L. F. DInkins, Miss Sara Osborne to Char 10 A.M.: TO 5 P.M.: free wedding brochure.
George W. Sapp of Lawtey, appliques
punch bowl. The base of the Mrs. Oar! Mathews, Mrs T. les Noegel In the First Methodist Complete albums pricedto
became the bride of Edward ot daisies on the bodIce -
bowl was encircled with fern H. H. Church of Starke. Satur- AM AOES; fit
: elbow length sleeves. Employees of the Agricultural B. Harding Sr. Mrs. every budget.;
and and
O.Mrs.\ Hickman.Raymond son Hickman of Mr. of i The train terminated In a and pompoms. Miss Nancy Stabilization Conservation I Adams! Mrs E F. Shaw and day night, July 2, at 8 ,)'cloek, 1 TO A FAMILY

Zachek of Hampton kept the Service. and Agricultural Extension Mrs. Mvrtlce Nichols.Apptoxlmately Miss Osborne is the daughter \ -
chapel 1 BULLINGTONSTUDIO
Hopewell Junction N. Y., on voluminous V-shaped
IMIONK 961-ROl:)
brldeV book. Service honored Miss 300 guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Os- Newbern's Studio J
'Saturday June 11 at 2 pm. train, also of Schlffll embroidery :
In the Evergreen Baptist and appliques of daisies.A Aft pr spending some time Huggins at a dinner party !in' were Invited to call between borne of Raiford and Mr. Noe- 111 N. Walnut St.

i Church. Rev. W. O. Mathis cluster of miniature silk with their guests the couple Lake City last Friday night, the hours eight and ten o'- gel Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I Starke, Fla. ,
left on a trip to South FlorIda Afterwards a dessert [ clock. Joe Noegel of Starke.
I performed the nupttals.Branched orga.sza rosebuds with seed courSE I
pearls and crystals secured ,, The bride chose for traveling was enjoyed! at the home 01 f The honored couple was I i! PHONE 961.7271
: candelabra flanked
a soft yellow linen suit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chap present"1 with electric- ---- --
on both sides with basketsof the two-tier\' veil of English an
complemented with the orchids man in Lake City. knife fiom their hosts
illusion: In place. She carried as a III
gladioli and mums against from her bridal bou( Those attending present:I memento of the occasion.
of a nosegay! of feathered carnations I
a background palms were
quet. I the bilde-elect with severa I Miss also (
Darby was presented !; -
and two phllanopsls 'I
used
at the altar
Mr and Mrs. Hickman will .,
of her silver pieces as a memento with a pink rosebud corsage 1
, The bride. given In marriage orchlc1: Her only Jewelry wasa I reside In Hopewell Junction. of the occasion. upon her arrival. I
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by her father, wore a diamond penlant a gift of I II I, N. Y Out-of-town- .- ..-- guests. were.. .

DarbyNoblesRehearsal !Mrs. Nobles. Miss Paulette

I Nobles and Mrs. U. E. Brown, I II

J GET SET FOR A BIG WEEK-END WITH Party Lake I sisters Cltv.of the and groom Mrs. ,Arnold from ,; Mountain Breezes For Sale! ;

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw
THESE VALUES! Terry of Fort White.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R I I Iiili Ir

, I I rehearsal Walnrlirht dinner entertained Friday nigh at a Inter-Club Event :I

\ -- at the home of the former Set For Friday ,
1 i:: honoring Miss
Phyllis Darby
r G 0"- /j/ 'I'\1 I Ir I and Robert Nobles following By Rotary Clubs I

elAst WITH IIIG' oU.11'1 \ \ their wedding rehearsal.
SAVINGS .
I' tyS O .- \\\ Rotary Clubs of Starke. Lake

V. '- \ ,\\\ i! J&6\ \\ l t"1\ I room The Shasta held buffet daisies an in arrAnR'ementof the and dining small Butler hold, and a combined Keystone Installation Heightswill I


.:: \\ arrangements; of hydrangeasIn and Ladies Night event .
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low Friday night at the Starke :111' _'_ -- 0=--= -
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compotes centered Golf & Country Club. More : .....
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the Individual dining i! ii\i\ ;
SCRUB DENIMJAMAICAS than 180 reservation. have ; : I I
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tables. .
SI been made by members of the : \iili!:!'!!!! i -'jI; .
Sixteen members of the three clubs and their Rotary- .Ii ; !: !!;.
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affair. hour at 6:30: followingby I' '" I =:::::;:;; =-==-=
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Governor Kd: Peck of Gainesville "
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, the three clubs following the _
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Announcement is made of dinner.

''G7 Scrub D.nim 199 the approaching marriage of: New presidents of the clubs

Kau hn$ Miss Paula Gayle Johnson of are: Starke Clyde B. Terwll-

la-Press : % t.d.r'; .1.! .. 10.!. LeeAburg. daughter of Mr leffar; Lake Butler Curtis W.

} 18 In fad.d blue and Mr Paul Johnson of Lee; and Keystone Heights. W.
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% PolyeMter.50rr'r Combed
.b .rbory.I/w..t, Lexington. Ky., to Oeorge Q. Dowling1 Jr.
K'otton[ Co-.or*: Olive, Black .'
.m "tyl. b.lt.Girl. Rory Morrison of Leesbursr, of KeYHt.oneHellhts
Burgundy, Blue. Miles. 20-12. y a c t .' 7 .to. 14 In I son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henry wit Fluegge! present" a program Spend Your Summer In The Cool Comfort Of

?, faded blu O. Morrison of Starke. and
t77 of popular organ music
I
$ k Crop Tops i The wedding will take place will alao play for group sing- The Mountains

1 3.99 Sunday. July 3. at 2:30: p.m. ing.
To Match In the Central Baptist orchestra
JelnJck's

Church in Leesburg wIth areception from Johnny Jacksonville will provide With Westinghouse Air Conditioning

+ s <: following in the I music for dancing,
MEN'SSport church! annex.

a All friends and relatives of

Shirts the couple are Invited to attend Kimberly Norman

| Has Birthday Party 5,000 BTU 9,500 BTU 15,000 BTUMOBILAIRE
Mr. Morrison
To i graduated
J.99 2-99 from BUS in 1962 and worked Klirbfily Ann Norman celebrated COOLS 2 Oil :3 i ROOMS

MORE RED-HOT at the Bradford County her fourth birthday The Cool I One IN COMFORT

Including Nolionsr Telegraph as photographer anniversary last Saturday afternoon Install Yourself! Inl1nulcI: :

VALUES! for one and a half years. with a, few of her
Icy, nyul.r N H.nlq Since then he has been $
connected little friends. The traditional $119.95 $166-00 $199
;MEN'S AND BOY'S \.hles in w.v.n plaids, with the Morrison Electric birthday cake, with pink and

SWIM WEAR wlida fandes.Slur i. Co in Leesburg. blue trimmings was served

NEW SfRFEIl-BEACH BOY I alon-; with homemade ice

J.ong Leg and Boxer", Styles Methodist Women cream.

100% Helancur, Cotton. Latex. Honor Teacher Out of town guests Included
l. R I Shell! Smith of Burbank 18,500 BTU 22,500 BTU

$1.99 $2.99 The Methodist Women's Sun- Ohio. and Billy and Tonda

day school class honored their Covii"tton: of Starke.

LA DIE'S AND GIRL'S teacher, Mrs. A. N. Holllday, Mis Bernice Smith assisted The Quiet One 249.50 "Mighty Moe" $288.50

SWIM WEAR BOYS' SUMMER i j with a birthday dinner Tues "Mrs.- Norman In entertaining

day evening the ThunderbirdInn the guests.Woman's .
N..t In Styles. and Gayest In
Shirts In Jacksonville.The .
Colors for Your Fun In the SilO Sport

Helanra Cotton. LtiMtex. ing presented seven members Mrs. Hollidaywith attend Club Cool Down With The Best Buys In Town----

Sias 3X It 32: 38 1 99 To 249 L ( ? a costume jewelry pin and The executive board of the TERMS
birthday cake from the class Stark' Woman's Club met EASY at the House of Bargains .
Including lVr>Offf +''ar and also her
$2.99 to $8.99 gave individual with the president Mrs. C. J.

.5 Easy car fabric Inwovn gifts as a memento of the oc.,' Houpt> last Thursday morningfor (

LAMES'CANVAS plaids, Mild caslon. | A called' meeting to appoin' -
and fan SHOES Mrs R. P McLendonas Slade Gas &
Regular Ivy rH Appliances
SUp-on Late, TennU. Black, .nl.y styl.. M t, ,r Story Hour NoticeStory fouth vice-president upon
Sues B fa 1 1t. the resignation of Mrs. W. W.
Red, Blu*. T Hour has been discontinued Hood

Stir $ .00 at the Public Library for 322 \V. :MADISON ST. J PHONE 961.7701DAY.
I the summer months Mrs Carl! TUB RIGHT POINT for the

s In Minx, chairman of the StoryTellers stay you wrltff. Com In and

I Group announces. that' select your favorite. t: TER-

this activity will be resumed in BROOK fountain pen. TELE-:

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with 2 timely doubles. : frame, Southern Discount after this even tho Liberty of the 7th Noegel's had 81 i good one and stayed that way' thanks lo Mrs. Griffith and Bond ,
A Savings reg1teiin
fi I squeaked by John's Oil 4 to 2, I National closed the gap by golden opportunity to wrap until inc 6th inning. Waldo I Marutl'eL. form becomi,

RECREATION NEWS I Hurst Shell emerged victorious on the 4 hit pitching of Ran- scoring a single run In the the game up the lead off I took a 2 to 0 lead! in the top I We hope to have a fine display the co-owner sole and absolute PIOI

I over Goodman Gulf 12 to dall McGovern and the hittingof 4th Inning. The winners scored man doubled Sanford then of the 1st but Nancy's came of dolls In the Doll Show '
erty of the (".m vlvlim; ('
I, 8 and on the strength of the Keith Thomas. The Discount their 3rd run In the 5th filed our. to center field. C'I back with 4 to take a 4 to 2 I scheduled for Friday July 1. I owner In the e\cut of u5
win, coupled with Holiday Inn's team scored 2 runs in Inn.Lng to go ahead 3 lo 1. In Hardee was purposely passed lead. IVanoy's! & made it 6 to 21 and I would like to encour-
"Women'. Softball League to end the game via the 10 loan, moved to 2nd place, In the the top of the 1st inning, with the bottom of the 5th Ricky putting runners on 1st and in the 3rd. Waldo made It 6 age all (.irls to enter their I death of the ownoi.

Results: Tuesday, June 21.Nancy's : run rule. Nancy's could only standing Sonny Loudon leading off the Bennett hit one over the fence, 2nd with one out. Pepper to 3 in the 5th and then in dolls Thursday or Friday so \j'

Flowers kept their muster 8 hits off the pitchingof The game was an excitingand Inning K. Thomas led off with to bring the losers wlhin one' Thomas then hit to the 2nd the (Gth inning. Nancy's exploded -, that vie can really have a A CIIH"lIl..1(1 i In the. TELl

undefeated record Intact as Vel Edwards ''but costly errors close one for several in- batter struck out but Keith run at 3 to 3. Neither team baseman who held the run- for 13 hits and 10 big fine show. We already have I (;ai\t'H bring* rl'"ultK.

they picked up their 4th win allowed: the winners to nings. Neither team could i Thomas then laced a triple to could, score in the. final Inning ners and threw to 1st for the runs and a 16 to 3 win San- 'I made many plans in hopes

with a 10 to 0 defeat of Holi- take advantage of the hits they manage a score in the first 2 I score Loudon. R. McGovern and Triest picked up their 2nd 2nd out and then T Hardeewas dra Norman. Carolyn McKln-I that this activity will create TilE ItlGIir POINT for til

day Inn. The No Hit pitching: got. Holiday Inn only had 3 innings but tha 3rd one broke, then sparked a run scoring win. of the 2nd half. Tony Cas- purposely walked. loadingthe ney. Gloria" McKinney. Joan :I more !interests for the girls. I uiiy you "rile. Come in uijwh'ct ,

of Ann Godwin and, the hitting: runners to reach base and none loose for both teams as in the' single and Southern had a 2 to tlen went 3 for 3 to pace his bases:! and Wayne Smith Chitty and Barbara Ellison We encourage the parents to jour favorite ESTHJ

of Carolyn' Dyal sparked the of these were able to get any top of the 3rd Hurst pickedup 0 lead which held up until the team while Davey Prescott was then grounded out 2nd to 1st each had 3 hits for the winners. I come by the Recreation Canter | UKOOK fountain pen. TELfUUAPII.
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league leaders. Nancy's managed further than 1st bane. Nancy 6 runs and 6 hits. Good- bottom of the 4th. the winning pitcher giving up and the game went Into over- Sue Trlest was 3 for 3 and view the program.

I to score at least one run Flowers committed only one error man came .back in the bottomof John's Oil tied the game In only 4 hits. For the los- time play Neither team for the losers. Come by and see the beauti- I,

in each In.nJngbut the 6th was I of field and walked 2. Car- the 3rd with 5 runs on 9 the 4th on the strength of 2 ers Stove Thomas was 2 for scored In the Sth. each scored Pony League Baseball Game'. ful displays of dolls that the

the big one picking up 4 runs olyn Dyal paced tha hittingBUSH'S hits. Hurst added 4 in the walks a single by Steve Cron- 2 and Bennett had a home one in the 9th to make It 8 Stftke Pony league team I girls will present The time Is LORilE

4th to, take a 10 to 5: lead. 1 khite and stolen bases. The run. to 8 then In the 10th Grif open'!d its season with a resoundIng 3-6 pm. Friday

-- in the Bth and 1 In the 7th i score remained tied at 2 all fis doubled. T. Stricklandwent 16 to 1 win over The joungsters make the

to lead Goodman 1%To 5 with until the final inning. In this Results: Thursday June 23: out 2nd to 1st. W. Lawtey. Starke's big Inning summer program successfulby
U-HAUL TRAILERSRENT '
the trailing 'team having one inningK Thomas led off with Lawtey Recreation jumpedoff Stiickland singled and set the was the 2nd when they came I their attendance and we THEflTREjShowtime

more opportunity to get back I his 2nd. triple of the game and to a big first inning scor- stage lot Kenny Terrell's dramatic up with 11 big runs and held, encou.rmc, them to come out ,
TO GO ANY PLACEONE I
in the game. In the bottom of scored on. McGoverns infield ing all ten runs In this inning : blast over the fence a 15 to 0 lead after 2 Inningsof i and join in the fun and en- -Weekdays 7

the 7th Goodman woke the : grounder. Buddy Paterson and then holding off Wall fora for a 3 run homer and the play. A new team for Joyment. Just about any activity -' Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1

;r:/SHERIIrENSI crowd up and gave Hurst a then singled and managed to 10 to 6 win. In this big 1st I ball game. In the bottom of Starke was sent to the field I you can name can be
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scare as they made a fine effort score without the aid of hits Lawtey utilized 3 walks and the 10th Noegel's came up' in the 3rd:: and the scoring 'I' enjoyed. Music week offers a i EVERY FRIDAY

I to pull the game out pf and Southern had a 4 to 2 10 base bits, 4 doubles and 1 with one hit and went down came to a halt. Johnny Warren variety uf events come to the I ROYAL CROWN! .

the fire -- scoring 3 runs had, lead and needed only to register triple and the game for all to defeat 11 to 8 In a well. wat the winning pitcher Recreation Center and take I

the bases loaded but alas 3 put outs for the win., In practical purposes was over. played game in which both allouinp5. hits. Starke will i part. | FUN TIME

: I the final hitter struck out -- the bottom of the 6th John's H. C. Wall refused to throwin teams deserved Victory. H I' play Waldo here WednesdayJune II.,!lrluy- July 4. '!

I and the game was over. Hurst Oil made an effort to pull the the towel -though and kept Godwin with 4 for 5. W. 2ii at 5 p.m. and meet I The Recreation Department I The Magic Sword]

I Shell out hit Goodman 15 to game out as with 2 outs Ricky peeking: away at the Lawtey Strickland's homer and K. Lawtey Friday July 1 at 4 p, will be cJosej: all day :Monday i

;" STOP SERVICE I 13 with Hazel Griffis. Nancy I Johnson singled and Frank lead scoring 2 in the 2nd, 3 Terrell's homer paced the m In observance of July 4ivrivin.v. .Friday!9:30): ( A.M.

ONE OF THE BEST IN FLORIDA I Lee. Judy Broughton, Margaret Stokes followed with a double in the 4th. and 1 in the final winner, while for the losers Summer Program I Admission 6 RC Caps

Why drive all over the place for Earthworns when Cottel and Maurice Williams but with the tying run at 2nd, inning. Wall put on a big rally I. Ronnie Thomas was 3 for 5 "Sport Week" was a week '

each had 2 hits for Hurst. base. the next batter struck in the final inning loading up ; and C. Hardee had a home with a variety of sports activities "IITH'11 II'"' : 'lo, PRIZES & SURPRISES* .
you always find plenty at Bush's Gulf Service and Wanda the bases IIIf: '''I ;II "'Iv'l'I'I'poi" .. ,,
while Judy Ellington out for the 3rd out and John's with only one out.1, run. and games. Friday's special '" 'II': ,
U-Haul Trailers :v''I' I "",','o.J", ,
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= Williams and Oil down 4 to 2. K. but Brown struck out UI'
Williams Joan went Larry events saw sack racing ,"I,"' "Mil', ., "IKIH .1. 'llll.il' t tin,
.- S Delores Falcon each had 2 hits Thomas 3 for 3, McGovern and the next batter for the 2nd I Pin level outlasted Law- shutte: relays. 3 legged race ,",'''''I.|,",?., "P ,"h"r,:,, I_.,", ', Thurs., Fri. June 30 July

for Goodman's Gulf. Paterson 2 for 3 paced South- out, and then got the final tey 11 to 6 In a game filled baton relays and others. Volleyball LIIUM ..' Florida A,'In of i I'> I ilwill J P fl MOlMT PICTUBf PSISENTS'I'echncc1or"
A Stock of Worth of ..
$6,000 irliiir
Fishing
with the
Standings: : ern. For John' s Oil Ricky batter' to fly out to the center I with hits and errors by both pnd deck tennis have the Clr.ult' Court In "I'rl:nn.l,. i"i iHiiul'Vir. I

Tackle Priced To Fit Your Team Won Lost Johnson had 2 of his teams 4 fielder. Larry Brown. Joey teams Each team had 13 been popular games also during ":, .! ('''IInIv Klorliln. III'|..

Nancy's Flowers 4 0 hits. Bennett, Rod Crawford and hits but Lawtey out did Pine the week Sport week Included rn proof,. nf. pulill.-ntlun" nt tl,',
Pocket Book. 2 noil I t'h|,, rittltliuiM,. 'in"in.' i
Hurst Shell 2 Melk Lee all had 2 hits for Level in the error depart- ., u small fry baseball 'I'hp Orf: "n Hfii..o'k Compnnn. ( '
0 Goodman Gulf 1 3 In the 2nd game of the evening Lawtey. while for H. C. Wall ment. The !frame looked for practice game along with the In". .)I. 6' V'.s, ?i1alI"n,, :St,

Holiday Inn 1 3Schedule the fans were treated to Miller and Cowan got the only awhile as though it would regular schedules:! events that Itiirkn, pin.

::. GET YOUR LAWN 11OWERS-OUTROARD I for Tues.. July 5: another exciting ball game hits. Larry Brown was the end; via the 10 run rule as occur each: and every week. '('limit, .. St t'.,''owqnn St.iiU.,. ,r>07 Flaownor .Ai.i..>stViiillmm :.

: l\IOTORS-CARS AND TRUCKS FIXED ATBush's : 7:30: p.m., Goodman Gulf vs. with Triest edging Liberty Na- winning pitcher. allowing only Lawtey couldn't score until I Participation has lnciea-

Nancy's Flowers; 9:00: p. m., tional 3 to 2, and handed the 2 singles but had a little con- the 5th Inning! Pine Level and we /nope to continue the PiHi'it, ,thN 50th t.lns' .of Inn', '

Sport Shop Holiday Inn vs. Hurst Shell. Insurance team their 1st loss trol trouble and walked 11 held an 8 to 0 lead going Into fine turn out of kids. This A. n I lii, .I Klnrldn.n: nt. mnrkn, (Iti.nlf, ".nlOfiitnty '!

I Those games will end the I of the 2nd half. Trtest jumped batters. Graudon was tabbed the bottom of the 5th InnIng.:' program is :designed! for these n'2 4t 7'1tO'l"1 i
off ,to 2 to 0 lead in the for the loss. ,
a have the
2nd but Lawtey came up with 3 youngiters to
let half of play with the .
E. Gulf Service & U-Haul Trailer half schedule to get underway 1st inning utilizing one hit runs to make it an 8 to 3 best time possible Arts and Th. RONII. ,]'\ of ((Cniintv i,: 0'"ttimlMHloii'iH ,_

Tuesday July 19.Ilantaiii 2 errors' and stolen bases to Triest clipped John's Oil in game. The winners picked crafts: Interest was very good of lira., If.ml C" >int, ,t
2 Blocks N. on 301 Phone 961-7361 a come from behind 8 to 4 up 3 more In the 7th as didLawtey and the piolects completed 1.1"1111,, I nil) m. Mt IIM, a i I..'..nlof I"!
r Brtsebull push the runs across the PanaYision'1
LeagueIn ,
win. Triest scored a run the I |i'iz'lin t Ion nn "II"I.''ilnv.lnl
who threatened to will be displayed' later on In
a thrilling and exciting plate. Trlest was never behind I up \' ;.t Hi nt Id'nn)' ,,','I.k. .,ni, I
first time up but John's Oil end Pine Level but fell about the Scheduled for ,.. ,,, 1
program. \\lll I Ion MI .JlII'h'' ) iMljoliln 'until'I II "
I came back to tie it 1 all in 5 runs short Ray Gtlffls 2 this week's Arts and Crafts I I Id( 00 o.,,,o'Ic, l T"lo .1 ily I 't''h SATURDAY JULY 1\\\-
p; Till i* I I.. rill,, I"I\ ,.* fiinilitl' > 'nlIi '
the bottom of the 1st. added 1
for 2, Gene Sumner and W. activities will be leather work. ,. Double) Feature ProRrarCOLUMBIACQLOR
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the go ahead run in the 2nd H. Johni 2 for 4 paced the This week' has been focused :Ml,.. '41f.tl, .. r. HIM..* ,lo TllllHllMvHt, .,. I
I and moved out front 4 to 1 winners while for the losers on music and thus the title I.. "0"I'...I \\ IIh the llallriMKl AHfi"4Hiii"lit .. "".... ,.,... t.;: .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY '
AREA after 3 innings of play. The I t HoHt'ri, and I ht.. ulll n...t tln :;'t'l :- ,;
Phillips, Carter Branton. and for the week Is naturally a'il.-' ? ,to lilt tnil, tinnii'tlnit,, i iof > '." /
4th Inning was the undoing ofJohn's Starling each had 2 hits. "Music! Week. We hope to I Hi..' In.,M,i.l *

Oil as Triest came up I have a fine skit performed' (\ltl.CM:: .\. I> \ I.I'VCl : : :::4f.::: Jo .
with 7 ,big runs to take a 8 I' ,'rk COLU'JI91A ,\. f,
small talent
FI'" June 24 and possibly a PICTURES' J" .
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Air Conditioning-Heating F Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment to 4 win. Trlest came up with NoegeVs\ blasted Waldo 181 show with a Do It Yourself I I II t 0'I; ::n rAISIN>. I ICll1K 'J

:: I I 5 hit.; an error, and a hit bat- to 8 In a !game which after : band with& make-shift Instiu-: "J': ; ,
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ter to score their 7 run. Ed- I
= RUSS PIKER POWELL'S be In 7 a* close as one would I ments. You can never! toll
Hancock Office die Hazen for Trieat and for
Cherry'sGainesville's want suddenly:! broke wide'' what might occur alon this TIlE RIGhT POINT fur theWilY ilNNtS'rhe
:: Authorized Alrtemp John's Oil
: and
AcademyLearn Kenny Chitty
Beauty Most Fashionable open as the bats of Noegel's I line. yini wrllo.. Come In ittiilncl
-. Heating &: Air ConditioningSHEET a Profession In Your Address For Ladles EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized: Danny Luke had the only 2 began to knock out the hits. Our lMir'' to six year old pro- .Mt, >our f.u'"rltf> t"ITI.n-"' : new 9tanC '
METAL hits. ? western e'5s,5'4dverturo
Spare Time. Full or Part Time Waldo drew first blood go- gram aloO. ; ha been vervuc: I'Hoi i( fuuntalu pen. IKI.K-: Iln

--. Realdrntal Commercial DRESSES-SUITS-COATS Dealer Ing out in front 3 to 0 in the I I cessf'il find participation has (ilL.'.1'!!. // a 1.' IfI
:: Industrial DAY & F.VENING CLASSESLow Results: Friday June 2.} ,
MATERNITY,; WEAR'ACCESSORIES Clary-Victor-Totalls> 1st Innlncr. Waldo scored 2 Incre.ueJ The kids really enJoy uJ .
= Sale_Installation Service Tuition Terms Adding Machines Calculator H. C. Wall pulled a mild up- in the 2nd to take a 5 to 0 I themselves each mornlnd .-...".-- 1-- .- -... .I
set and knocked off Southern ,; ;
2702 N.E. 19th Or. 219! N.W. 10th Ave. 11 L
SERVICERJENTALl lead. Noegel's picked up ... ..
SALES Discount 5 to 2 for its 1st win .... .
= Gainesville! 372-0714 -
in the 2nd. 2 in the 3rd. 1 ,
dalnenvllle 378-2766 SAVE TIME; Discuss youl :: I
7 W University. Gainesville of the 2nd half. Wall took the
with first. in the 4th and tied the game '
-- requirements us lead 1 to 0 In the 1st
inning DriveInSIIOWTDIE
_. CHAIN SAWS 528 N Main St. Gainesville 5 all !n the fifth inning In 301 RIDE tJ
MOBILE HOMES scored 2 more in the 3rd to
= AUTO SALES&SERVICE Phone 376- 531 the bottom of the 6th InningNoegel's
go ahead 3 to 0 after 3 In- EYOND1lEfdGEmitE
-. A. & J. Saw nings. Wall scored their final came up with 13'' STNIMUVNADMISSION ()
= MUSTANG runs to end the game. The ,
JEEP in the 5th Discount
PAINT & GLASS runs as
winners rapped out a total
& Mower Co.
Family 4 Wheel Drive Mobile Homes, Inc. came up with their only runs of 20 base hits. 4 of them II Adults 7oc: Students ()iOcCHILDREN' ()
Joe Anderson. Mgr. in the same inning. Wall put I
UNDER: ; 12-FREE
RAMBLERAmel'lc's home runs. Sanford and Pal- ,
Liddell Paint & .
together 10 hits off Southern A Goodson-Tbdman
Homellte Chain Sawn Go>in...." le.s Discount Mobil adlna 3 for 4. and Smith 4 Ser Production
Finest Economy Car Home Sales Lot. Glass Co. Discount pitching( 2 each by for 4 paced Noegel's. Sapp| THURS.. FRI.. SAT. JUNE : -JULY 1, 2 tlnel-Fenady
SALES AND.. SERVICE SALES '& SERVICE Miller Whitehead and Grau.
TRIPLE I
FEATURE PROCRAM:
Volume purchases for our entire and C. Hardee each had a II
Repairs & Parts All Makes chain; [ guarantees savingsof KYANIZE FAINTSGlassMIrrorsSlidIng don. The losers were able to round tilpper and Paladtna I I Plus -

Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR many hundreds of dollarson ; Door- get only 3 hits off Wall pitch hit 2 out. Waldo had 15 base

SALES& SERVICE the quality home of your Tub Enclosures-Shower Doors ing. I hits paced by Wasdin with 3 "
I (Edward S Small
1132 S. Main choice. -WindowAwningCarpetWallpaperStorefront 1I6aa fi HOPE :
for 4.
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville National !, _
Lawtey edged Liberty I !
4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North ; !
Gainesville 372-8433 Phone 372-3588 Gainesville 378-1346 Consultation. 6 to 2 in a well played j I In the five Inning contest TUESDAY( WfLD[
Just Off Waldo Road every inning except the 4th
Garden: Restaurant easily defeated FRANKIE AV.\lOiI\ ;
B & G Motors Co. MotorcyclcsScootersStreit's 116 NW. Sixteenth St. and scored at least ana run in. Fla. Pest Control 16
I'RODUCTSINSIST
CONCRETE GAINESVILLE 372-8191 put together a total of 8 hits
DiaA MERRILL
CADILLACOLDSIOBILESALES to 6. Garden hit for a totalof I'llTiU
game by both teams. Lawteyand
& SERVICE THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop 12 hits and were helped bya Plus
Lib- -
:PET SERVICE 6th for the Victory.
Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE HONDA MOTORCYCLES considerable number of Pest I I
erty National scored in the 1st "
Taken On Cadillac Trades THE BEST FROM Cushman; & Vespa Scooter and 2nd Inning and were shut Control errors. The winners :
IRENE'S scored 1 In the 1st, 10 In the Siveen" .
2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411* Edward's Building DuczitiBSAZundappMotorcyclesSales out the rest of the way. Larry 2nd. 4 In the 3rd and 1 In the YOU'll BE SICK, SICK, SICK LAUGHING! .,

PHONE 376-7515 Supply Inc. & Service Poodle Salon Brown and Jerry Teston t 4th for their total of 16. Pest. I I TECHCGLCrUNIT'8IS'1S::: )!
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each had 2 hits for the winners -
SCHWINN BICYCLES '
POODLE GROOMINGA Control scored 3 in the 1st' T\ '
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736 S. 1\laln-3'72-4 I Locksmith & Safe Work SPECIALTY I Danny McKinney and 1 and 3 In: the 5th. Terrell. 2 Sun.. :Mon., Tues.'i''i

Pinna Performance: 818 W. University Ave. 1 Grooming and Supplies For Ricky Bennett each had 2 for for 2. Hazen and Dwight EIder July ::1I i, : J''

SAAB GAINESVILLE. FLA. Gainesville 3'767'781MOTOnCYCI"ES All Breeds the losers.StandIngs.: 2 for 3 paced the winners V I II.

ELECTRIC MOTORS Toy Stud Service Team W L attack. Bowen was 2 for 3 [ f) "th1iig'iI

ALES AND SERVICE Puppies For Sale Lawtey 4 0Trlest for the losing team. The win

THECYCLE left the Garden undefeated Short Of
ELECTRIC 3 1
CLEAN USED CARS 1421 N.W. 8th Street I "
I 3 A I.fterT :
and left Pest Control with a p. .
Discount 2 2 .,1id5 Ciii n.e.y.is haL" '
Southern
SHOP !
Gainesville 372-0000 "WondrousCOLUMBLU'ICrURES
1031 8. :Main GaJneavlll. Motor Repair Co. Liberty; National :2 2 1 and! 1 ipcorH

Of Gainesville Inc.RepairingRewInding. NORTON BULTACO H. C. Wall 1 3John's Women's Softball Exhibition % UFE.
Phone 3'782136Tropical C
DUCATI BRIDGESTONBMOTORCYpLBS'! SIGNSWILLIAMS Oil 0 4 Game
Men's Softball League Nancy Flowers kept their
and Used
New
I Results: Thursday June 23: record urblemished as they
Pontiac Neon Inc. took on Waldo In an exhibi-
WORK GUARANTEED Complete Service & Parts Signs, In a zame which took 3
determine a tion game. VTaslo was undefeated -
Inc. 1030 3. Main OainervUla New A Used machines in stock "Sign Up With WUlUma" extra winner.innings Garden to Restaurant and had Just beaten ,

Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing: Terms ) Auto Sales 11 a OlIh, S\'me team 33 to 6 before -
TRUCK OMC CENTER Available PLASTIC-NEON SIGNS edged Noegel's
SaIeaServlce.Maint.nanoeErectionsAlterations. to 8 in 10 Innings. This wasa running Into Nancys.This ,; |i

PONTIAC FARM EQUIPMENT 924 N.W. Otis Ave. game anyone would have came started out as a

220 N.W. 8th Ave. Qalnesvilli e Gainesville 378-3660 "Your Designs or Owe" enjoyed being a spectator ofa I

... 372-2583 Santa Fe Tractor game In which the lead SUN., MON'. TUES.. WEI).JII.Y 3. t I. :5, 6 II ....
MOVERS 2720 N.E. 20th Way several times and
changed HOUSEHOLD DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM( ( : CARL FOREMAN
CRANELINCOLNMERCL'lIY Inc. Gainesville the winner of the game was .,_... .
Long Distance Moving Days 372-6006 Nltes 376-5964 in doubt until the final out PESTS 1
FORD Local Drayage was l'eeordedOarden batted1st They live and love from spinout to crackup! 1I
Authorized Sales 4c Service 'p beihu.Wt.. 1I I
Storage Packing prating TILES & PAINT
and took a 1 to 0 lead as .;
006 EL University Oalnesvilh a, Farm Tractors & Implements U.es.It... I
Phone 372-4 1Crane's Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping FLINTKOTE TILE Woody Strickland rapped out i u..,..... I
an InsicV, the park home run. Dfwe_
Vinyl-Vlnjl AHbeoton
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ImportsVolvo LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALL Floor Finishing Products The lead was short lived as'I I.-

(Mercedes-Benz) SALES PARTS SERVICE HILL'S MOVING DURAL1TK: PAINT Noegel's! came back with 2 i

.. FIAT-PULLMAN GYM FINISH runs in their lit turn at bat. I
4488 NW. Sixth Gainesville Hardee .& -a I
& Storage Inc. as Sanford walked C. :
2201 N. Main Gainesville, Tenney Tile & Paint singled and Pepper Thomas

Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2948 8540 N.E. Waldo Rd. 2222 N.W. 8th St. hit 3 3 bagger. Noegel's) went Wed., Thurs.-July 6, 7j

I Oalnanvllle\ 872-4271 Gainesville 378-1302 ahead 3 to 1 In the 2nd Garden -

GARDEN SUPPLIES I tied it In their top of the L'A % I'romise Her Anything i
AUTO SALVAGE MUSIC TRAVEL
3rd. but Noegel's went out in I I tut take her to this ->ho>J

Johnson & Paris, Inc.I LIPHAM MUSICCo. House of Travel front 5 to 3 in the bottom of Fhon -.AVALON-sesmi FUN I CELLO.FABIAN'cuVVLLS! I IRST"Promise-

Paul's Auto SalvageWe the 3rd as! Claude Hardee hita I

Complete Line of Inc. INC. 2 run homer. Neither team : Plus I
Buy Wrecked Cars At $ZEDSI'LANTSIn.ectlcide.Fe I AIRLINES' could score in the 4th but in 964-3965 I HerAnything"

TOP PRICES $ 811PJI'INFERTILIZERS VAL LIPHAM STEAMSHIP! the 5th Garden came up with I .. -- -- --- "
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R. R.t! 4 big runs to take a 7 to 5 TillS

__ All Makes '". Models PIANOS ORGANS-DRUMS Hotels! Car Rentals! lead. Noegel's came back Florida MOTION PICTURE I I

Used Farts '''We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Guitars and Amplifier Weekdays 8:39: to 8:00: strong and tied the game at I IS AN ACT OF 4.PIJRE4GGRESSION 4. '
Will 'I
Teletype Service-We 224 N.W. 8th Av.. SHEET MUSIC Sat. 9 to 12. 7 all In the bottom of the P.st
Find Any !Part For You. I I I
the for the
6th and set With
Gainesville 376-4312 PHONE 372-047I Gainesville Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave stage Control _..

.Ml. N. Put Stank Yard ae..tne. vme. Pla. 872-5353 Gainesville 378-1601 extra Innings because neither'' I '.!::. 4btiC _ewi If / I
'I J JI. Sob
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team was able to score In the CHEMICAL CO. Cummingsw
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__ .. '. -. -.J :- 7th liming in the bottom 1 I.I I.
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Play Here G'ville FridayPost Why Do People J Drive So Far lo Deal With :



56 f! American Legion:

Baseball from lost a Gainesville close team 3-2 won post decision a squeaker 16 and to I


Palatka last Azalea Playing week Bowl Iieglon, In Wednesday Post the In Palatka games nlitht.''I' TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ? I Iar


June 22 Palatka took a 2-0 :J
lead In the' first three Inning
allied !In the fourth

Starke singes however: ',by when catcher a pair Dwight of : Sells For Less .- Highest Trade-In Allowance .-. Low Bank Rates .-. 7k* 36 Months To Pay
4//
Elder mid Randy Jones: along

with put force' tout tree out ther Pnlatka and in one a errors inning strikeout, all a Our Volume Sales Assures You Complete Selection -- Largest, Best Equipped, Best Trained 1

pushed In two unearned runs

_other the one score on on was Jones'an tied error flln at le-and 2-all and the I,,' Service Department In This Area And You Buy yJVith Confidence When You Buy From Us. j

Symnnrts of Palatka hit' ,
the( next Stark' batter En'lnl
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Brian aid: left tho moun-
with a hurt arm Downing Serving : f For ;1i ;
tiok over for Palatka and ?
Dale Cro'-bv lolled to short I This Eight
where a rood plnv bv Annlsj I
and a 1l0Cld stretch by Hood Area I YearsOURBUSINESS
retired! Post 56 I IPalatkn
broke flip tie Inl p'
the bottom of the fourth: Inning
nnd held a 3-2 advantage L'l .
throughout\ the remainder I
of the gr"."', I
Farh team rapped 5 blows,
with\ Eldei getting,! u pair for
Stai ke, I IS

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In Thursday nUrht'! game
on the home fioH.:! Post 561pii"irj !,' SERVING YOU
: over the '
In the bottom of the seventh I'I far hc 'onrl initial selling with Y! crn v1 ,
Inning tantn a 1-0 victory I Scr\icc goes l
It offering the finest cars and Vtrk. + <3 d }
over Ohlnesvllle, us. means bZ 5 t >'bt.Ra"Y \
I It WH the first defeat of I trucks in their field. It means fair prices
the i.en on for the! Gainesville on all repair and replacement work It
club means' promises kept on service deadlines.' y 0"8
Rob Hdti en of Post Ifl! and It means< a sincere "Thank You"" for the
Emmett Akrldue of Post 56,, trust you tune }placed; in us. It means! we
locked\ \ a mound duel until -I will continue to do all in our power to keepa 1,
the seventh A v\lk, error, : I
satisfied
and ,snle: ; !. bv Dale Crosby customer. II
drove/ In Hall with the winning -I I
('LYIm) TI.ltWIL.\lt; .;(;
Staiko! run out-hit fiilnesvlll. fr % a..., ,
{
!0 tT 4, Marion FlHoi: led .
the locals with two hits gh q yd eir w .pM.'m.p
Schedule.. ri I'I
Post Sfi! I! will! -'nv Oalnesvllle -
I there I Fitrtav niaht\ ;, L >f rr
3--- 1966
July 1. at 7:30: mil will b-" M yw.< 1k
without the ten'Ices of three
rl'lwJ.1rsDAle Cioshv Wav- DEMONSTRATORSFULLY
ne McLeo-l anMarlle:! Sand
erson \\ho see attending
'I'Ij
Bovs week.Thr tat.en, \ Tallahasseethis EQUIPPED ,, ,! w .,rt .nfke'a+? 5 '"<' 'n I
TT"\t! home iimc( will
be on t'ilv S\ with Pa'atki at
", '' $$800 DISCOUNT
the IIH flp'-J Bt 7 30 A
pre\lou: srhedu'cd' name
with D'land, on July 1 has
been cancelled 100 Per Cent GUARANTEENEW
Remaining games are a<-
follows, :
July 9-) Ocala I Itherel.!1

7:30 5:July prn 11- Ralford there I THIS j IS FORD COUNTRYWhat

July 12- Ocala I here)1.
7:30:
Auat 1 1- Ralfoid IthrrrI I I I
5 Dm 1966THUHDERB1RD ....;. ?
5 Ana r m P- Ralfoid I Itheiel I 941Full Are You Driving

The district tournament
will U- played during the ..
week. July 18-23 I Power and Air <** Check With Our Salesmen Today Ed Torode or Walter Alvarez .


THE KKiHT POINT for the They Will Give You The Best Deal On A New Or Used Car NOW!
way you write. Come In and
elert >oiir faiorlto ESTKK-! : I $1000.005dNEW
BROOK fnunlaln (pen. TKLKiRAPII. -'

<1 I, USED CAR BARGAINS USED CAR BARGAINS

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DISCOUNT $9951960 Jeep Wagon $1995 --1966 ChevroletT ZOo t

Fordorutomalic.. Heater. White Tires. Tag and
rouu WIIICKI WIVE i Trailer Hitch-2.000) .Miles
Warren Hubs-A-I 1 Condition

$$1 D $$1595 --- 199(1w Chevrolet t
t tOur $$995; ---- 1962 Galaxie 500 F ow an It: ) liHLAIU, i

FOKDOItPower Owner t.9! -I V-8- AUTOMATICCLE'AN.: 'j 1
and Air Condition-Sharp-One .


MUSTANGSFROM $$893.Ol: ANOTHER SERVICE FOR STARKE !

:
..rvlce beats thent,, ucr NEW FINANCE PLAN ON AUTO REPAIRS
.11! So when yen need $2245-00
ear Insurance, remember -
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State claims Farm's networks national t 89..s- wag n'i i'I NO DOWN PAYMENT

of fUO.tlmemen-lareest .
''I h VI S
of aU and on call Terjrvhere. CO.Ml'LETK: ; ; BLOCK :
> And remember' AIR CONDITIONING
too, that one out el two Any Major Repairs or Body MOTOR ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY
Waylay.Important del }r ANY IAIIOIH'I.: ; .
lars with State 4.." ,... IKwr, Jy Work Can Be Installed On INSTALLED AS LOW AS .:

Jew Farm's rates.famous Call ".....u..CMERRITT .\ Low Monthly PaymentsNo As Low $$13.50 Ford. Cars. < $16.95 .:.

me for details Money Down As t'er.%lo. As Low Per Mo. .:
NEW $2000AJ
H.WILLIAMS. INSTALLED .:
As o.i No DownPayment
1966 FORD PICKUPNo. EXPERT MECHANICS

MODERN EQUIPMENT No Down Payment No Down Payment
117 N. Walnut St. T :311 .
Phone 964-5i l '

After J200 Your Authorized Ford ;
State Farm Insurance
$1595 Down Payment /
Office Will He Closed TERWILLEGAR! MOTORS DealeBradfo
Saturday Through MondayFor "
Independence P6468gm Day =-=-=- and Union CounttesTnURRDAY wt ,:
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".\ SEC UII.\JI.'oUn COUNTY TEI.KORAPH.: STARK). FLORID THURSDAY.JU4EG.19W/
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I in.. .1 in I iiic. ...rn... ..I'i I non. !it .\'iris'''lIe'1 i I Nil. .llcl'lll, tuny a' .. 11.,1. of Hublli.Inxtrui-
.M..IKMI.' AlihlliHl." JIM'8 Illifll- C. KritnrnlMlurlm' Hi-pur- .
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I NEWS OF INTER EST TO COLORED I WilY ti.; orange I'urli Florida.Illlfl .ace) .HliuutH fur, ilruwliiKH,. iliiya. .ufii.i- itt. *. ." or ,U'ufu'd. ] the County.right to 10'1111'->
reserves 1'-
SERVICE MEN HI f4)llIWH.: .or !pages' of HperirifHtlnnnnitty "....nln... thcrpof
COUNTY I CITIZENS OF BR.Ime"E'nO .ADFORD COUNTY 1 I* \%'. Doiliri 4'rporai"lots.Js'konviiIe hi. iHirrhaxccI, from I The i i'>ut'rim"tor will I .any. kliv und Informant all" bids!, und. to
WITH Klurlda *lh. ,\.hlt..I.t .HJ4 fldloMHno <*fl til .".tnpletu' .tar I 1 t
AN'U; IVOMCMPvt n= tiOARl) OK PfBUf IN-
2. 11.iltienvllle' .I IMiltl. lli.>om" ( refund. ): within 'ii,.. iii,... .
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<;....iivllle. Florl.lii. :>! OK BRADFOIll U
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lirnwlnirii 91 oo) ) .r.'r i sheet' hiM hid
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YOUR AGENT lion. Rev O O McArthur l'l.\'> \M: II Hl'KI: "IfK'AI'MIX plus :H I )rn*'I' ....lit' ,...XH'N'lfh'"II" Tilt. HIII' .....Mfill lililili, i ,.\, ..\ KIX>Klt>A ..
',IIIf' l i: :: "" I. ("uHey Jr. Sup> i-
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petpime 111 I I IH .iirh I
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The Recreation Department modern, will begin its first ., I "- nl
b1 i : \ inriH'riil < oiitriii-tiirMi '"I"| ,pliiH a) I pi'*) i i"111 tax' ,
,III" S Illll I I I. 'III.. I 1It', ,' !0. |, 4/23 31 7 7
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is looking forwArd with annual revival Monday ni:"ht. "n "rciiucMt, II ill "iiHtliiti Not.11: iiii.Mts| ,im, pliuiHHllfl '* '
Thomas F. Gn.skinn Jr., anticipation to: the cooperation at Pleasant ..I' 'lIet."" tli>i>iin I oi lets'' wpe' ..,If It../lit ,IOIIH.' M, |p-
great Aug. 8. Grove
I I tnl I 4'..n t...'''ore. two ((4MKI > nEttle .ho.M ti of flravlllKM \ '
whose parents live on Route in summer activities i Bapti.t; Church near Keystone ,* of plans. and itpvclflrutlonii Or RaMs "I'HI"M i iflcatlonH I. HIGH 20rOOO BTU
1. Lawtey, has completed, an that are planned for the entel'tllhunent 1! Height: The series will con- ror thin pr-jact .shall I In,, made.
armor turret maintenance C" lll .itt forwunlMtl, ..,xPIKMH through the ofl l, .. i>i.I'I
En- of teenagers of I I tlnue for ten nights with an I .IIIt.t. U..n..rlOontriicturii I the A rt..h 11...11..
under the Reserve '
couise the community. PArents are outstanding evangelist for are reijutmtlo IQllfh bill Mhull I h.. I ji i tlnpnii. .' -:-
llHtment. Program at the Ar- always welcome: to visit the each service. Everyone Is Invited ) lo return the plan. led by .II tiUHhlcr-H. ,'h.., k ui.,". bid
my Armor School, Fort Knox enttr and cooperate with the t to IItten-d.-Rev. John P I imil Hpvcirii-utliirm. liy, bnnil. ,in the inn.Mint t''t.p'-i
; <
I ned, UH WH>tUH pOHHlbltf. .'..111 of the bill 1 payable. t to tileUourd
Ky. proginm by giving helpful Franklin!' director of evangelIsm after receipt. of bliln to
I I nf Pit 1.11.' I InmriK t II'I'"n of I
During the ten-week course sugse-;tlons far: the benefit of and mission education. A'.hll..t.' ) M orrif* for full Urndfnnl (County' Floi' Ida. .uttvldpnie No Money Down
he was trained in maintenance I lefund f>f iriifid' .. faith. undKliar.inteelntf ..
m""hllnI I teen 1c.2. OES NOTICEAll II. ....iu.ntrnnhri.., \'.*nil.,..,.. 'that. tht' Hut t BHflll t
und turret
of
repair Opel1lhours: me: Wednesday -I members of Dell Chapter ; S h'.I For Pimm anti" "I.) .*. Ijllliler Will ..xtIis anti l Little Aa $10 Month
I isms. gun. range finders, and I tlflrutlurm I mib-con- .. .
4 to 6:30: pm. Thursday 168 OES are asked to meet to furnish. to the lloatit f I'nlilli .
small arms of the Army's I 4 to 6:30: Friday. 4 to I : IrnrlurH., vendors. PI"I... i list. "' <'tlon of Bradford, C Cmnl.v -- -- Du Our Own Financing'
I p.m. Thursday. July 7, at 8 p.m. at the l-pcmlt, will ic Thirty ,
tanks and other combat Ti > riorliia,.. u bond iHHiieil )by u
6:30: pm. and 8 to 10 p.m. Dollum, (U'\I'III'i plun .
I the :Masonic Hall on Brownlee I ) a Htirely' Company, ll< enHed to entire
hides. Satuday: 8 to 10 pm. :. per. cent Mule,* tux, If do bit si iess III Florida. and apartment
Gaskln.f will return to the I HOMECOMING; : ; Stic-c; for a very Important 'iif pla nit .anil. Hpeflfli llnt.Ml by .the I'tllted, States' 'I .
Guard unit at I lii.MH urtt ,leturned"! In TreaMiirx. I Iiepiirtnit'nt I I UH an 'i ireptuble a small
I local National Th Homecoming mcetl.ig.-Rev. Damon Dell 'I .shop or ... ,
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program itooti fondltluH I I I wllhinl ..' fol"" I Hill ,per i elll" ..I' |
the completion of his six I enden ve"y successfully bit WP: Sister Alma B. Bacon. vI l\*> (r,> slayS titter "ff- the. om. in"I pi'.1. ... within I tin.,

4' t month tour of active duty. SaturJ>' with a service at 11 WM. irlpt'. 'ut blilx, the. rvfiimlwlil .. ( I I"I. day after 'i'liug, :i HMaldeil : ,I III. home. with air circulation
I be Fifteen I liiilliim t the I eontriu. Said bond1
a m The message was dellv- (ur..III'! ') phiH) tux l I'el Kuiiriinti-i-liiir' I ... perfoi,"main epaviiiiil
Pvt. Bobby L. :McLeocI, son erect:! by Rev. Ediie: Burroughs, .i"Mlt ihe. KM utah l>tniailv ,- ..I laid bond, ,to I... Sound.Harrier sounds i. Reserve

; 4/ of :Mr. and :Mrs Brady I 10, :Mc- and dinner, 'vas served at 1 ::30 N It T i r i,: payable tu. tin' "I paid. b>' the I 4 I'oi, tl'u> toi' I I cooling! power 0' both 230 and 208 volts.
Leod of Staike recently completed NiMlto: 'IH hPrfliv Klvt-n thinHfitlfil '
I to than 450 at-
a Transportation Sup mo'e: persons I lids will IIP rpcrlvvil, bvthe De7utmidfie! to 18 gallons of water everyday
.
tending.; "It! nnl 1 of Pulillr lust rtu'-
ply and Parts Specialistcourse The fleets and membersare tlon fit l Urutlfonl, County. Kim. cm entire hermetic system.
under the Reserve Enlistment : Iflll< .s II I th3 Vfffff nf ("h.. .Mil'.
Program at the Ar- aiatel'ul for the cooperation l>..rlnl.J"lIt, of ptihllf. Inotrtirtlini DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Air Exchanger )) air. Dual Flow
gli'Pit bv the public to .
n' I liiiKlfiirfl fountv... I I'. t tii "
my Transportation School I'' make this affair a success i Itux. '>IJ:l!>. StiirUf" Klorlfffi. mi) in ARKE--I"JlONE 36 1-2600 "Weather speeds Washable gereanicdal
{Fort Ew,tli i day
Eveiyoiie is looking forward tJ: I I ''r .'"1.-. I 1HI1U' fur th,.. iiniHtlllillun ,, : ; filter.
the six-week; ('our..e.he
a During
I a better Homecoming next "fI : KEYSTONE HEKJHTS-PHONE 473-3176
: received instruction. In the' yearBIRTIIDY. I 1'lwnii) ,it I r-Muc'iiil'in PiKllltv.I We Do Financing

receipt, identification and | $Htnrk, Flnrldu
PAKTYMr i lit' uMth, II",,.. hldH shall. lt Rental Services
storage of Transportation I and !Mrs Robert Aus- ''>|1'.1 mill' rtuil ulotid, AIMliidH I
Corps parts, supplies. and I ton or Lawtey honored their riiflvffl, iiftcr .the Kp.ii- WINKLER\ INC.
'equipment, and the malntenance I tied till" II iiI ,'"t.. will not lir HOSPITAL BEDS. WHEEL CHAIRS ,
; daughter. Sherlle Yvonne, .
i .."Hld..d.'
!,! of stock records. I i with a party on her 12th "1'liinn. ."...i-lf It< lit iuns. uiul. <.,intrMii ,. CRUTCHES 231 N. TEMPLE: PHONE 964-0631
1 I Pvt. :McLeod returned to the ; blithdiy. June Ifl. Twentyfive t dm.'timentM. "IIIH, >' t IC .XHIII. ,. .
w Guard unit at !
local National
guests flttended and were
of his six- --
'the completion I erv.d:J Ice cream, cookies, and
I month tour of active duty.
punch. Several
: games were

: ;playea! und the honoree re- :; 7UY

n..____ --- .--. -Ii---. --' -- Pvt Hal T. Lawson, son of ceivivl! many lovely gifts. _
:Mr and :Mrs. J. T. Lawson of "!'>f "-"" ---- :-"--"" "
Word around prettv stalks' otorn, pel acre. use CIII'KCII: ( NEWS
gets field
Starke. has completed a

nomethirtgr well in a happens community that Is when not shade a little the more weed fertilizer out and 'radio repair. course under the I Rev.Ant loch Thomas Baptist pastor.Church The.' PWMFTE0 1 10uo"n" w UU

;, Reserve Enlistment Programat ;
ao good. Spreads a little slower In talking about this field of the Army Southeastern Signal -I Choi- Union was postponed: .1' ; t

when it happens on a f'iim corn I have challenged any School Fort Gordon. Gn. from Sunday. June 26. to July _____ _

off the main drag and also field to equal it. Well I might ] )During) his 21 week of 24. Thc annual Woman's

down in the back field on that have talked too much. Already learned Day program will be held -
j |I training, Pvt. Lawson
farm.It have one four acre field that electrical fundamental ami Sunday. July 10 All womenof 2() words l. or 'less, one 'Insertion, Menioriciti. Resolution. etc. IHsplay Section' :

was the wrong day to Freddie Watteraon would like was trained to service and repair the city are Invited to takepart minimum charter) ,__--_.--_-_ 1.00) Per word l Uh- '- .____uu______ ..05Card Wt.50 .. .
biHertlon.
take editor Gene Matthew to' to put up for comparison- different types of radio in the observance. Visitors ,f not paid. 'In iulvmic' __________ 1.25
: the Cecil Crawford farm to One thing for mire, we have receivers. atttays welcome. .* of Thanks: I'p to 50 word4.
transmitters and I Keyed', roclwl I, or blind ad. $IU: > first 'Inwrtlun.
field Klnda embarrasses soil in our county that will ]
see this corn. OrealT: Allen!: Chapel AMEChUl'C
In ___
me to be in tnere good Soil testing Instruction was also given (minimum enlarge) _____________ 1.25 (minimum charge) u 'i.50
grow oops :'. Rev. L. A. Sampson
of testing equipment
with that good corn, but that will tell you what you needin the operation ranging from tube test' pastor Sunday. School. 10 a. Kiuli: additional word over 20______ .05 Over 50 words: per. word-----------. .03

was' the only way with Ce< IIpff order to grow the maximum. era to, signal generators and m. LOVP Feast service 11 a.

selling! produce and me not Sure adverse weather will frequency meters. m. Communion Service 6 p. Insurance Problems? HASTINGS; MATTRESS INBl'RINCK FOR SALE-Bilck SURE TO SEE WORLD

knowing how to operate tho' even effect results under any : m. All .nembers and:! friends UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDt'CEO) KATES I floors, 3 bedrooms, l '! before buying .any

famera.It condition, but the destructive I Invited! to all services. 'I fall the :Man From & Palatka AUTO FIRE, BOAT I family room or encyclopedia. M. A.
been 01thlM effect will not be as great. "KEYSTONE"George 710. Lemon! St. '
has wet
DISTRICT DOYLE E. CON.NK.RINSURANCE
: REVIVALMt Enclosed
Smith Jr. and Bradford dep- garage.!! your local representa
farm also. Two practices that: Cecil we'1be\ sure you are uty sheriff Robert Green, and Sinia Baptist Assocla- E. LaRue Furniture Repaired AGENCY I 1028 Palm St Tim since IMS. Box 626.
will off during ex-.iein home next time or .that I can Upholstered & Refinished
pay tfchg
also charged with possession 969-2451:; 964-6792. tfcna
weather are proper liming and use' the cameja. 1 have asked were ani! K ystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILTI i
of untaxed liquor :
good organic material in the Cecil only' about a dozen. times moonshine riiiHtlr.. Notclmok. .. $2.iH: ) ut I tin- Constiltiint For All Your New Innersprintf! MARRIED COUPLES :

.oil from cover cropping. D\ir-\ which days he went to Jacksonville with posse.Shlon of TKI.K4ilt.\l'll.: Insurance NeedsItepresenting and Box Springs (MARY QARTERPAINTS ED for Cottage I Power Tool
whiskey
trig extreme wet or extreme Just didn't remember Mlnlnum Area Headquarter. For
Interrogation by Judge Urtip. l':. A Card or Call.
dry conditions you can pick whether Is was A.M. or PM. Upon 'I firf.it American In.... Co. grade Age 21 to : Power Tool!
out the fields that have these Yawn. the pair waived a preliminary TilE KIUIIT I'OI.NT' for the I 111- 'Iruvelers' Ins., Co. 1'ALATKA EA 9-U166 Retirement, Social .McCuUoth, Chain Saw

two characteristics. With proper PLEA DAYPROCEEDINGS hearing and:! said I Miiy yon urlt>' tTimiit In und' I Tel. 473-4692 Day MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER 2 week: paid Starke'l'h. A: W.ter System

]liming and good organic in they will provide their own wlrat, jour fUMirltf KSTiiliKOOK : : {- 473-4325 Nltes 209 E. Adkin St. leave benefits ..... Si.: Stratton Engine

the soil you get maximum teoults -j 'attorney The Judge then I () fountain 1 |"i>ii. 1KL.KtKAPII. :- I Autu tire Home Bmlneim. Starke. Agent from 6-30: ( a. m. to : ; ...... Sale !Servlc
from the fertilizer you I bound them over to circuit ( Complete Line 230 N.K.!: 16th Ave.
2:30 to 10:30
m
I Monthly Payment Plan' ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS : p. : p.
Lawtey Negro court.In .
Claude Myers. ofPAINTS
'applied. Heavier applicat.ons GalneovlU 376-3411
10:30 to 6:30
: m. :
I Machine work. p.
built to order.
and his wife Bessie Lee, another liquor case.
.,.gi fertilizer will pay greater\ ANDSUPPLIES general married tfch*.
dividends in increased yleMJ: I pleaded innocent in County, Rudolph Lewis of Reno was ONE STOP Boat, Motor and Pump repairs.

Better conditioned: soil ]lets. Judges court here last Thurs- bound "vcr to the higher!( I Thompson Sheet MASONRY= SERVICE Brown's Repair Shop. Rt. 1, on Personnel same shift.Office Please KENT-3 bedroom un-

the roots grow better in all 'i idirections. day tu charges of resIstIng! court or. u chance!! of possession ) I, Box 363, Starke I Klngsley ,.. home. Call 96-4-

: I'| arrest In a recent liquor lalJ I of moonshine Metal Works !<<>iulv :Ml Is, all si.ec! C'onTfte I: Lake. tfchg For All_Purposes Tialnlnj Center 5t tfchg

Joint. As usual, the majority of Block; all' type Sand;
These are practices thut Ce- on u Lawtey Jook %\'e Si>i-<..lirlleHeatintr I FOUR ROOMS and bath I '
cil Crawford believes apply to Count'1* Judge T. A. Yawn; cases hiard, Involved tiuffic I'rwuxt IJiitHs. Everything; furnished for rent. Call HURRICANE.; SEASON HOUSE FOR RENT BLUEBERRIES
apt.
'lila Last. I the plea and: said violations necessary. for concrete inuMi I SPECIAL YOUR OWN. 20c lt\>.
farming program. accepto ; & Air Con- 96<1-1 I 85. tfchgCOMOl room:. large yard. I .
year he even used herbicide! they will! be tried at the com- Among those fined $75 forexces.i nry' c'.nMtrllt'lI"n. Bay St. !! containers.Va ml
ditioninjr Systems l \\ will iiir<'t any prices on 3-1" x 60 Yards of Earleton on SR 200.
I Fred I
;joe weed control. It paid off. Inc It!.ui of couit speeding were! S LAKEVIEW
.
Time caught him when he wall :Vh" "> und wife were ar- McC:'.iv. Steven F Alvarez! Installation() &' : ServiceAll nil materials ullhln Itrud- I BEACH & COTTAGES Masking Tape FOR SALE-Philco D. Longnecker, Melrose,
ford ) STILL
: CiiuntyM'
ready to plant corn this year ic tod n. a June 10 raid by 1 Franklin Dwight Bonnette :MAINTAIN ( l'-\LlTY, Spend the day with your ditioner $50. 47=>-2093. 4tp 630,

II* then decided to put mole Stat :iSPVL-raKe Agent Call L. Marvin Asa Law. anj :Marvin Types! Metal: Work family 07Santa Fe Lake Ueg. !98c\ 964-5051! l, 127

i Gerald Carson BRA DF'ORI) I Parklnj; $1.00 per car Swim. ': COUPLE with car
In the of Carson !981-1021'(j ) OKI-SOU. I the { In and rent apart
case astudf.it ENGINEERING(; (; CO. picnic f'-ee! Cottages by NOW 65 '
I KINGSLEY LAKE 2 .. Good proposition W.
who was accompanied I week Ph. 468-1129 Maude
VACATION TIRE SALE I'h. !)1-2321;) Starke
to court by his father, and ,I I Comer Karleton 4tch 77 I cottages", for rent. (\ 510 N. Cherry

-- -- -- who WTS charged with speedIng FOR RENT Unfumished 2. FOR SALE or trade 3 bedroom 25 to July 30. Be at Itchu
at SO( the lectured I i 964-7403 FOR RENT at Kingsley I weekend Call Mrs.
mph, Judge bedroom house. Call. CD house. Large family room.
a 1670-15: both the youth and hU after 6. Up Lake-3 bedroom, house with closed garage double lot. Most i Mondays and

: Nylonaire Tube T>'pe---2 Ply Ink White father l. who was In the cai' 12 ''Vides private. dock. Available desirable location. TCI. A. 4477. I AUTOMATIC

; Regular List $14.95 --- 9.46 11.73 at the t'me' of the offense ': e FOR SALE6 room house, through{ August For reservations 964-- Payne, 204 S. Glenn St. Phone. MODEL .

Plus exc. tux $.I..S6 en. antI settle ni/e liri off your.. old c'ar6u.j In ith'"' cases Judge Yawn: CustomIade: 6 acres of land. 1280 ft. on 5454. call 964-6461 or Itchg 964-2701 until 4:30: P. m. 964- FOR KENT -1 and wtnr HUM-nine' : Zlg' Z....
: highway Three miles south weekends. room trailers. can be
-Set for trial the case of For Florida Living 6792 after 5 and on
: :: / "I' //.j4l-1') Robert Clarence Sylvester, who on Road 100.-E. H' Reagan WANTED Rural acreage tfchg on your own lot. *, etc. Original

Nylonaire Tubeless-2 Ply Blk. White pleaded Innocent to two char- Get More Rt. 1 Box 144. I Oooj location for homes ers for sale no S30O. Haa a balance
YOU 2tchg 6'30 LAND CLEAKINO blade J. B. White, 9641651.
of
Reg. List 17.75-20.95 12.95 16.49 Res withholding support. For Your $ $ Bufo'rt' Mitchell P. O. Box Purchase or reliable party In
Di.mlssea! I work $12.50 per hour. .
: charge of ,.
238 Pl! 969-3281. tfchd area can a* ume 92:
Phis exc. tux I..D'.KK 1 unit. same nl/e I II.... off your ('111'. failure t to( have vehicle under! No Salaried FOR SALE! Property on Lightood:! Stumps. M. I payment. WILL
Commissioned
control :nuaimt! SIdney' Aron- or S. R. 100 South suitable for FOR SALE by Owner easy L. Turner. Call 782-3615. If CRAMPED: for I OLDER MACHINE

ster. v.ho hud been driving' Employees home or business. Cash. CallH. terms. Lots 39 and 41 on Cy no anser, call 8C4-5162. PINCHED for cash? TKADK. Phone Jt<
Front End Alignment 88 t 1feN< d! (company truck with DAD& IJRAO) LARSEN Johnson 9647451. 714| press.! lot}' x 180' each of tfchg of time this summer : COLLECT, 353-1948

Inrliullnt IluhiiK'inif Front. Tir tI'lim B nine boys in It. when It ran LIKE TO WORK 4tp Crystal Lake Homesites. KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor I the answer to your for Credit Manager

( l Parts & labor to Install 11111'111..1)| |) off SR 18 near Hampton and I'NVSUAL OPPORTUNITYLargr I Lake pi Iv lieges. $750.00 each.E. sale. Write or call V. Q Get & beautiful deliver no obligation.

ovel'turnl'd. Suslow, Box 1003 Starke. ENCLOSURE from 2tchg 630(
ONLY YOU Benefit! United States and Canadian :McCoy, Jr., P. O Drawer 1148or |
-Artvi>l'd 1 William Lawrence Company in agrlCU1-1 4tp 77, phone 376-7290 Gainesville I ville Awning Co.

FREE; FRONT EM> SAFETY CHECK Fippi of desertion, and !lI>nouppo.t tmal field urgently requires I Fla. tfchK DONE WITH MIRRORS
(charges In All Sizes!' on Display FURNISHED APARTMENTS
filed Alabama
Drive In No ObliJationFIRESTONE tell
Today
; I repiestntatlve In this county me. And you can see
I i-t, bond at $500. and 8-10-12 Widesllz for Crop Service Department. I -light.. & water. Bullington UPRIGHT PIANO for sale I HAVE SEVERAL do it because It's all

:H2 w. :\ladison
Phone !H.j.0611)() <> seek the !aid of an attorney 'IFolln" and xpalHlable'J; !' agricultural background an!I FOR DRESS MAKING and priced Phone 9645095. for 3b-1987< Make screen They call it Vlsu-

Wt-s'ev' King and be well regarded In area. alterations for men and:! 2tp 630 lions now Call 'I ', the same wheel align-
I Joseph. : Wendell Jackson guilty 41 all the
major automobile
Positcn Is full time. or can women. See Mrs. Cectla BLUEBERRIESPick
In New
scneiate oases of parking and Used be handled at first along with use.! Have a
,>n the hlfthway. and! fined I Bond! at 404 N. Cherry St.3t'hll you! own 23c: qt. Bring
farming operation 511 X. Church alignment problem?
your present 7'7
each $25 8-Yr. (indncine: available contaln rs. 1 mile out Brown- \
WE WILL BE --- -- .- -- Successful applicant can I lee Rd. State SR No. 229. Very nice two bed friend, drive down to
Issued arrest warrAnts for --- ----- -- expect earnings between $100- FOR RENT Furnished 2 Phone 964-0771 2tchg 630 dwelling. large lot '" and get a checkup. I

'our persons who fa Hint( fonprear Use Our Rental-Pur $150 weekly with excellent bedroom house. 746 N. Wal of shrubbery. for yourself like I did

In responses to sum- chase: Plan-Payments oppoitun'ty& for early advancement nut St. Call 969-2594 or 954- TAKE UP PAYMENTS: -1964 dentlal area Price $ : ,' MOTORIST. 1 tc

CLOSEDAll mon',s. Under $50;) Per Month ( In this arra. 0201. ltp Chev Impala SS 4 sp.. R&H. I 1000.00 down. $65
to all tire
Write and tell me about your- P.S. Canary Yellow with black I month. Ideal for my \
FOR KENT OR SALE-Easy friends. Had my wheels self Reply at once to: Vice Interior! Call 533-2972. A good I Ibtrv. ily or retIred' couple.
Next Week (July 4th Week) Tilt HlfillT POINT for, thet'.uy President Box 1105. Winter terms attractive :2 bedroom Up |I Thomas. Realtor. t at FIRESTONE and

JimrH*. ('uuij'.. in and NOWMobile Garden Florida. 2t oh{ 7'7' house. good: neighborhood.Also 5701. tires are going to wear a

". In Order That Our Employees .tp|>it jour fHM.rltV K.srrit:' : apartment for rent. W. HAVE 12 LOTS In Hampton j times as long. Car rides
!
'BROOK fiiiintiiin. |>rn. TM.K-: GOOD INCOME: For reliable H. Nollm&n. 510 N. CherrySt. Park, Starke Fla. for sale I and Is safer, too. Fast,

A Vacation. C.It.\l'll. Home SitesAVAILABLE man or woman to service Itchg If interested write: :Mrs. i No. 381Reduced wheel balancing checkup
Enjoy
May I Conn. |: Attractive
-- Watkins customers! In Starke. Philip: lox, Naugatuck showed where my
3tD 7 14 room home situated '
ARE TERMITES Full or part time No investment FOR RENT party furnished 06770. was LOTTIMORE
I Full Lake PrivilegesHomestead I tract. 2 acres tillable
I 11.0
Write C. R. Ruble Dept. 2 bedroom house with tile FOR SALE-2 bedroom. Lakefront
acres pines. Fenced
I DESTROYINGYOUR )Exempt; J-3. P O. Box 2447.. Memphis. bath. $50 month. Call 964- home Brooklyn Bay,
j building Reduced SQUEALINO like
a
J 1 WILL 1U .OI'IX; Jl'LY( 11TH HOME? Financing Term. 38102. Up 2465. tfchg I Fireplace. good beach. $10.9501 I' for quick sale. I pig? Maybe they need

Ph. 473-4-TCT after 6. Up No.' 424Klngsl.y Get a fast free brake .,

FREE Lake Geneva MILLIONS of rugs have been FISH BAIT Large Earth I I' Lake with precision John
FOR SALF-2 houses on two
f cleaned < lth Blue Lustre. It'sAnierici'q
INSPECTION= Worms for sale $1.50 per 100. I summer home. 4 brake equipment
finest. Rent elec- 2 mill's Southeast of Keystone acres of land. one furnished I
large
I the other unfurnished enclosed: screen 1 Ic
yrHighway
Trailer Sales tric shnmpooer> $1. Starke Heights! on Road 100. Lake I Bath and, boat
100 next to Newsom -
NEW METHOD I Hardware. UchKPUPPIEft Geneva. Fla Calvin Hallphone .' I ate dock. Call for
.
!( Bod: Shop. Very rea'- WALTER CORPORA ,
On Route 100, One Mile 8K! 473-3071. 2t chg 77 price.
I aeei I onahV' I Up haL! 3 nice houses in
Keystone IIHpht FOR SALE ".1| ] STROUT .
*
; CLEANERS area for sale. Only $50
Open Sun. & Evening1 I Toy Terrier & '1r Chlnauhuaj: FOR RENT 2 bedroom Unfurnished COTTAGE for rent July 2-9 :2117 N. Temple '
539 K.; Call 9GI-39C5; and balance like rent. t
j Il l $25! each Phone 964-9I3! : house In Hampton. at Klnssley Lake. Call 533- (iv. s. son) Information call 388-0161

. Itchg I Ph. Waldo 468-10.3 trchg 2711. ltchg Phone 969-3191 ., Fla. 4tchg 7,21Or. ,


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ce ( E' NEW IN t\J5TRy -.... I IWl"RE I If You Remember These Events I


BRINGING IN You've Dated Yourself, Brotheri

WI NEED HouS'N'
i Ilii.sect on information con-1 j after having been shot to pine saplings! .
&r : FOR SO P ::Op/. -CAN WE.Ll nm ; : Ulneil In the :May: 13. 1037 issue I death near Archer, was I That during S. B. Den-
tn1"nOt of the Bradford County brought to Starke and the mark's last term as sheriffhe

1776 i ( ,,) HEL-PUS LOC'C, Now Lens SEE.: Telegraph.) body turned over to Sheriff presided, as! host at one

1966 YNEM ? /Do you remember when Tien Crews, because two of I hanging a year for three succeeding -
J N1C.G WFAT"'IER The tillabrry cottage the dead man'H manly victims years The gallows
> (Which stood h \NE'R'E HAVING'\ the former Stornberg house ard, a colored farmer south south of the present agricultural )

---c- ? now owned by Lex Orern. Jr.) west of Starke, burled the building! on the courthouse -
I ISh'T IT was the only house on Walnut )- body In his private burial grounds That in

street except for a log ground During the night I 1921 when an economy: wave
Let Freedom cabin at the north end, where the body was disinterred, the swept the nation In order to
Rink / Britt Mima, colored, county head cut off and cnri-led away 'quash! profiteering, this' adver-
C?_ ). ....... commissioner lived The and the body was suspended tisement appeared in The Telegraph -

I '\;\ A.;;; J Cola plant is now located eralls at Sternberg's" That
"\Ve hold these truths to be self-evident : that all men er Ginned cotton was packed' in the first to buy blue overalls,

, are created equal that t they are endowed by their Creator with b 1 long bnps. pounded down witha jacket. nifty Krogans.': and a
pestle by a stout colored' 1// i ..iki.",h 9'' r -1hal. was' '" Col! D.
certain inalienable rights: that among these are Life. Liberty, I /
.
; ; man Mrs. Dennison usu-d I K:. Knight .
and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rightx.Governments ) b" to drive her cut to town That night alter night a

are instituted among Men, deriving' their just seated on her horse, 1lon rm.steri err aniniii'isitnd; A.

/powers' from the consent of the governed. That whenever rifle In her lap and her" K: Muitt picmis -uu, bit

any form of Government becomes destructive/ of theM ends, daughters In the cart the bills off his! ducks .
it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to Al 6.4U I' 4g Aie The only four-wheeled ve- Hunts for the ferocious! beast,

institute new Government, laying its foundation on such hicle In town was owned by qii whatever it might be. were
Ciipt. J. C. Richard .
On
started, and t itVOA at last'hoovered
principles and organizing its powers in such form ai to them the site of the E. 1 K. Ferryman to be a little flse
hall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness." / residence stood i
a two- dog owned by neighbor ,
: i. story log house, the only hotelIn That before, Long Bridge was/

town The only milk to I built across" New River the

Thus speaks that immortal docu- be had was Borden's condensed midges) were wa.snea away oy
the article
According to Digest thepeople
at 25: cents Farmer's
a can. and DiaryBy Hoods until they had, to be
ment of the American people- the of the nation into
were swept ,
only "parlor matches" were to chained to trees Tanks
Declaration of Independent signedon an epidemic of enthusiasm for this be had, 80 to a box nt five Sam :McGarvcy or clste.rns, were dug at some

July 4, 1776. On Monday we will new way of observing IndependenceDay. rents( Many farmers lined time the street intersections to Starke
For the being
celebrate the 190th anniversary of Congress sponsored a resolution, only "".'{)ttpr" plows, i>.pur- rains lia\r let, up and the to furnish water in case of

that awesome event. state legislatures approved the idea, ing eight furrows between two lot of, tires! and the fire alarms were
IF AND WHEN INDUSTRY of hot sun is drylnir up a
COMES rows corn fertilizers .
no
;
pistol shots .
There will be no brass bands and governors,\ signed proclamations the puddles and pond. all
used; ten bushels of corn, to Did know.
no big parades no fiery speeches President Kennedy gave his personal the acre oicr the countv Hut I here That you Joe Hill of. Lake, Butler
but this Independence Day there endorsement, urging Americans every is still! n lot of water' mound -
Farmers
their
penned rattle WitS a political autocrat of
will be a significant ringing of bells. where to listen to the Fourth of July Birthday Party and were enabled/ to !grow and we haven't heard anyone old 1 Bradford; could have any-

July 4, 19G6 promises to be the ring- bells and ". think back on those NEWS And NOTES I the delicious! yellow yams, and compl.iinlnR. about* a drought one elected to office that he

ingest Independence Day in the na- who lived and died to make our coun- PictureIdentification when housewives knew how to hose, but he always chose!
It's the time for fl>>hmii
tion's history, and thanks to the lead- try free, and then resolve! with cour- For Today's Homemakers make delectable swept j potato and !!\\ ImmlnJl, or Just plain /good men and never ran for
pone When there were office himself That Federal .
ership of the Junior and
Senior Woman's age determination to keep it free "hunt : the shade" and
horses and riders. here nndric Judge A V. Long
Clubs, Starke will have a part in and make it greater." Hy Martha Sue MfCalnCounty ', and, gander pulllngs. were when .IP !sun is hlwh. llmt'h /A delivery boy at Jones WIUIon..e

this mass observance. When time came for the observancein Extension! I." i week's croup plctul'eof htld) almost every Saturday a !Rood time to lie low. If A Hellbpger's store in Starke

At 2 p.m. :\Ionday-the Fourth of 1963: hundreds of radio and television Home Economics Agent < dr. sseri up boys and girls! ., Maples along!; West Call you do.i I believe It. take a I'. That until the early 80's,
/ iiikm scone 45 ago
war years
July-the joyous sound of freedom, stations across: the nation played DM/ the front steps of the street were painted white, to look nt the cows or hogs a? I, until Mrs. :Mary Rising! began

symbolized by the ringing of bells, will bell music from a special record of the fUl'm.J., M. Alvarez home allow late roisterers! to find they are experts in taking It to sell sweet orange seedlingsfrom

be heard in practically every city, sounds of more than a dozen famous K'M.I| Ideas'' fur :Summer; Ihryr> i ire I on N Wiilnut Street The their way home "easy day. during the heat of the her nursery only bittersweet -

town, and village in the Nation's fifty bells ; newspapers wrote editorials endorsing To add nion varnlIn' pn-;, Tins.inn- ii-i, 'ipe run be altered I hono. 1 must\ WAS I the Ah'area' Men between IS and 5."> and sour oranges werefound
ty sandwiches and uii pCS' for t to lit oilier. IN Ora- yours of agp were required to h"rc. That Mrs !
states. the idea and churches added f i tu fur I grund.on, W H. IPillyl If it', led bugs you'm hunting .- Hnriett Beerhcr Stowe, au-
From churches, schools, firehouses, 1 their chimes to the general observ, summer club birthday parties, tens. ,example how .did sun guess h.im. Wiio was six I he thinks! 'work year the roads and t T.several A. !I Knight dayseal'h and want to get chewed thor of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" I
meeting /and family !Strawberry Ice :Milk oVi nt the time. He Is / '
and factories, the bells will ring out ance. events Include Florida years I competed[ theretofore Immune up properly we know a spot owned land near Crosby Lake.
fruits ,
I Follow diiections for banana spate! 11thp middle of the
the good news of America's independence In 1964 and 19G3: the program con- and vegetables.. Haw nppetlers /-' Ice milk Increasing sugar/ substitute picture, on the second row. Starkltes' to dig! stumps out whero; hero are billions of That a town existed during

renewing our faith in those im- tinued to grow( und next Monday are an excellent way/ of i to 2 tablespoons. and l Miss\ Knte Struth. longtime of Call street Ciipt. York, thl'm.lnd/ appiently strong everyone the fen's railed Lakeview,
mortal words beginning: "We hold July 4, 1966-promises to be the ring- adding the much needed vita- replacing bananas with 2 cupsstrawheirles ( Sunday School teacher 'county clerk, and! Ham Perry of the rascals Is Southeast of Kingsley! Lake
and It's the It had
hungry. homes
!grassyslope good
farmer, whose many
these truths to be self evident ." ingest Independence Day in the na- mins and minerals./ Vegetable'' ,, crushed. This in the First Methodist\ Church longRn.1 glor- at the road culvert at and a in
ious beards made their newspaper, printed
In Starke the Woman's Clubs have tion's history. relishes add flavor plus to any will make the sumo 2 und 1 named the most faces! In the lives
outlet .
meal miserable. Bud] Ward a the of Lake! Geneva. Chicago/ It was later deserted -
arranged for church bells to ring And well might it be. hand for and cold are good to have f"or'1111'' one-half,, pints or 5 servings, pictui-', and was awarded ayear' (cripple making the bouts that Sam took a picture there the and Its site cannotnow

and the fire siren will sound for a period When you hear the hells ring out indoor. us well plate as menus outdoor, each,' 120 ,'a 101'11'". ((2 tiiblespoons subscription to The drew the wagon; in which he other day and not eaten alive be found That Starke
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of two minutes. It has also been next Monday, think upon these things: meals serve cold hors d'! ocvre used i'iimls')' 1 cup sugar.IIjurt ) Other tecoRnUed: In the wa riding, butt I their way by| red hugs!: In HIP pro- once had!, besides its public

suggested that this demonstration be You're lucky to be an American, tray of crisp fresh vegetables/ ]| A. Neil photograph were: through any crowd MayorA. cess.. school (located originally o.
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It. von Kim, to .show that the site of the present Woman' -
followed by a two-minute period of aren't :you? to. stimulate Consider Hummer appetites. In cane you didn't' know orH'e 1st row rleft to risrhtl : J, he was not stuck up over his I At home, we huvp a can 01' Club), two flourishing:
silent prayer for peace. Your ballot is still louder than the some of the following I / not ware of the fact that H. I iNoolcipl Wainwright second position, went about In yellow stuff called OFF and l>efol'ol'klnr (! private school, one conductedby
The current Issue!'! of Reader's,! Digest thunder of dictators, isn't it ? ideas .for "treating"Your' /: 1'xtt'nKjon; Home Kc.onomi: bo.i unidentified. Betty overalls patched in the seat \\ out In the yard, we Dr. Looney, Just north of

tells!' how this unique Fourth of You can have all the butter you lorlda family' and Halls friends. Agents: (shoot mention brand, McCIrtiie, Richiird Long! !Martha \ with ,blue velvet. spray our/ ankles and l JOBS" the Methodist! Church and

July observance was started when a want on your toast, can't you ? Combine t'cler.v 1 "cup) minced ccl- names' it would be ndvlsnble Powell Ben St.f.rnbel'J{. Do you remember and since... discovering the? one by Prof. G. P. Young
named Eric read what in I to work with n small amount next hot unidentified: Walter stuff, have hind no attacks by Just west of the Christian
Sloane That
man while: researching you want to your newspaper cry; 3 ounces cream cheese; a railroad/ shop stood
and your partliiilnr: sugni I sub-1 I Junior( ) McDonald BillIt.irvmd. Church That on the site
a book on American history, listen: to what you want to one-fourth\ teaspoon salt; adash stitule In order to get the and of the present high school
learned that for the first hundred radio watch what of ; und a few I II are now located That the little! demons! from bltins! ,
on your pepper
years you I sweetness desired/ as there, Is1' i-nw r behind the host and burrowing into skin. stood<1 formerly a colored
of our nation's,! life the ringing of bells; want to on your television: ? I grains cayenne Form Into I some variation In the sweetness I nil! Graham) from left: Julian quadruplets colored woman were Just born north to of a for one" they are your there all church surrounded by a cemetery I

was the standard way of celebrating You've never been thrown into a .sley.balls and roll in chopped par lusullinK Peek Evelyn Stump S. Starke That once tea you car. do is itch and squirm .

I Independence Day. concentration camp, have you ? A knockat furry Dip for I'ncookecl. So if yon are hungry happy II R. John, Rosco McClane bushes were 140 plentiful a- and Itch and scratch/ and Hid you know .

Sloane carried his discovery to a the door in the dead of night doesn't: \ 'getalile' ,\ppel l/prs eating Bnnnv Cflnova, Eloise Ritch, rou'nd! hera till all drank then Itch some more. That about 1900 the late

friend at a radio station with the suggestion send shivers!'! up your /spine' does it? Combine 1 cup miiyonjiiilHe, nnd last girl unidentified, home-grown tea Rev. C. A George K.: Pace of the early
: "Now that firecrackers have You aren't afraid to discuss the with one-fourth flip llntiv WOODS FIRES I 41h"w./ (from left) : Eld- W, Inman, Methodist\ minister Th. trouble is. red buss Starko firm. Richard & Pace,
liditc Robinson! Lester! Price the best loved Starke have nduc ted H. H. Elarbee to
man no sense of piivnrv or
been banned in so many states, why state of: the nation over the backyard minced onion 1 teaspoon limeor
fire Robinson Clara, Louise! Peek, ever had That In 1888 delicacy and as! 1I'ule hunt start n naval stores business,
Only one woods was
lemon 1 II
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not suggest that people celebrate fence with next door neighbor Juice teaspoon
the your powder and one-fourth rppOl 'c:! \bv the Florida Mar'oilp' Stump next girl unI when the yellow fever ragedIn out most embarrassing! places the nucleus of the Powell turpentine -
Fourth by ringing bells, the way Am- are you ? curly salt Chill before 1'I I I'-t' Ser\'lcI' in Bra-lfoicl For'I'I identified. Leila Den I Scoot- Jacksonville, letters and for their attacks A self- property This at

ericans did in the nation's early years?" Your street !still rings with the teaspoon ving. This is especially good"" I ty du.inu the past \\el'kIth lei I Andrews! Hazel Adklns I parcels from there Clime pierced respecting, mosquito won't once started, the settlementof

The radio station accepted the idea, laughter of children, doesn't it? with raw cauliflowerettcs, 10 acre: bit ned I Lticla.i I Buster) Klckllter, 4 and fumigated with sulphur hesitate to bite you smack on the territory east and
and when it You Paul Knight and Ethollne I ] making the pontofnce the middle northeast of Starke .
was first broadcast on July can belong to the fraternal or- cherry tomatoes! and radish Since Jan 1 1. there have of your nose or
4, 1962. public reaction instantaneous. der of choice can't ? And Also be White,, J personnel here sneeze while /some other public place for That StarUe's first Methodist
was your you go roses.! can used! as a been 'i8 I ides with 4219! Ilrl'ehlll'n ,
5th I from left I : Ml'rl'lIIll! they sorted the mail; and his raid but not the bua' Church was a frame
tow red ;
The station was beseiged by tel- wherever you want to and stay nut diessmg; for slued 1 tomatoes. "r1! .)' compared' with 25 :
Futch, next two girls unlden-i i I Itlflpd that/ the country member! of That rasrel' seeks out nn nn- building on N. Walnut Streetne.ir
ephone calls from late like? and rueumbers.Uhi.ls fires and 80.8 burned
listeners as as And hack ones /
wanting to you come 'the school board to M F-: Brown
I A. E. Wall little girlwith afraid enter dpr-thp girdle spot to bite I the present .
know when, where, and how bells home when you choose? For 1t.r. during t tic .sump pel'lod 1'ist: hand to face unlnentlrip" )' I town because some feverrefugees and barrow'. .. and If the lady home) It was later ...v,

should he rung on the Fourth of July. Your God is still mightier than your after Okay. the so meal now and lets somelhnlg.talk about' '.\'I'al'I, l Annie. Long, Martha I / hiid coma here Insisted happens to br at.I womnnV. ral to Its prc.. nt site and

Sloane's research led him to conclude Government, isn't He? cool, refreshing and i I Brown I.." t I'M I Judy Canova I II on holding their meet- club 1'inclieon nt the time,, shonthr-d with ..11:1111': > '" I stone'

that the Declaration of Independencewas In short-you're still your own man without too many sweet of those/ \ ( hissilieild' in, I till ht.H-: ; I I the radio stage and motion I Ipictuie Ing outside the town." 'that's her misfortune hlnt'k. made by the late Comer
probably Chin and face ... .. comedienne). Frances.. That the notorius negro L. Peek and, his sun Carlisle
approved by the Conti- up, to the front little things that are always .i\ril; lirlilKt n II It .
nental Congress about 2 p.m. on July Let us hold fast! to our faith in in the goodiesCAUJIKIKS;!:! Darby. and Mary Canova I 'desperado Harmon :Murray The four children of That Starke once had an

4 4, 1776. Thus, this time was chosen America, and never forget that-with You know the (et'Jln1)1/: excitement North Advent Walnut Church Street located(near on

as the hour when every state would all of its failings!'!-it is still the l best and l until ,ipiition of. the present \ Herlong home)

join in the great chorus of bell ring- place on earth to be awaiting a dish of homunruuli The town also boasted, a
ice cream hum. the ha:id-
ing. large ash and,! blinds factory:
cranked ice ream freezer
and a machine: shop all loeat-
Whe.n the crank refused( In" 4 -rl on the old Quigley & D"VI. ",.-

Roses Need shavings!! buckwheat budge{ one mote inch nut rFr jibe" on E. Call Street .
or cocoa: stems f nd; branches, undersides would come the dasher covered _
Plenty Of Water bean hulls. Apply before hot of leaves as well as tops with the creamiest! most That during a period of 20
dry? weather comes. Make the AII'f"I v"arlIX Bradford" County
!
Apply O.F needed weekly if f delicious ice cream, you 'nver
During Summer mulch 2 to 4 Inches! deep and Insect or disease damage Is taster). !She:! Iffy met" violent i I I keep jt pulled back from bases seen I Both of these low-i'ulnrli" Th lob lust wasn't healthy in

Summer's heat brings: Joy of plants. Study the Pi-nn State cor- "I<:e milk" recipes yield 2 ti shot ri.ivs.

to rose growers. But dry wea- Remove faded flowers Or iesp< ;idence course to learn I 2 and onehalf pints and, ma1' ,
ther retards cane and flower t else the plants expend their be staying with
better care of your rOle! I made In either a :2 quartor niece who are
growth.Acwd'na. energy: : producing seeds rather Anyone can enroll by sendtni! \ quart, ice cream, freezer UK had a treat time last
: to a Pennsylvania I than more and better flow his name and address with : If you prefer to make .1 i l.irgei t4 d week u'Uimnu to swim at
State University correspondence ers. SI 25 to HOSES. BOX 5000 (ju.mUtv. simply in r.'i, e 'the + I Kin '!I" Luke" in the summer

course on rose gardenIng | Feed the plants fertilizer University Park. Pa. 16802A ingredients proportionate' Ir, It rer, ,at, 'on, pirwam. It-> a

roses need regular water- I after the first heavy flower co'ir.>fl copy will be sent to the event anv of the i e.< ,. ,silk, ui/" pi'i i lam. as the kids
In:%. Soak the !soil weekly In I bloom. U-e 3 pound of 5-10- you by mall I I is not finished I off in theti m. hjiia, lot of fun, but moi.inip '.-

dry weather. Apply water directly I 5 per 100 /square feet. Scatterthe I "er"lnp"'k/. the rpimili,, der' ">"'.a.." learn to swim
to the soil as with a fertilizer evenly among i In freezer boxes for stoi age -< *
soaker hose but keep the I the plants I A Savings!! Bona registeredin In your Ireezer.n.l'a"a T i'" pprilallv important

foliage dry for disease con- Use chemical co-owner form becomesthe lie Milk ''line" 01 the yeai. when'
pesticides! sole and absolute prop-
trol.!
I
I Completely cover the plants.A erty of the surviving co- 1 envelope unflavond g a ui Much: rosebeds with such thin film of spray or dust owner In the event of the tin. one-half cup cold water" I a I a boatful of votini'iclult'l -
mateHaN: as peat moss, wood must envelop the foliage death of the owner I 2 ups skim milk sialdul" 2 o ,rr who i .1-1. t
teaspoons vanilla thi", < f faiaH ,m I !like: the. .siiyln-. "ani ..
fourths cup nonfat dry milk i d'( r 'looking foromp -

'QZI{ 4 I and one-half teaspoons. ,agar )"i "i ....IPpfm"Vc hat ''
4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH substitute solution 1 t,iblespoon r1 :II > fl"on the equip-\

rAt lemon juice 2 ni<'ilium ;pi i ;I' ot '.i iv boat with life-,
A.rnE ESTABLISHED 1879 bananas mashedSoften i |III' oi'iipment.,,' and 11 they
MEMBER (/) iiurl, the number of
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y gelatin In cold IT REALLY HAPPENED
waterCombine
Q E. L. MATTHEW" EDITOR, .
Q AND PUBUICHCKFLORIDA'S : \\t\ff,\ rit.ilitie' will dcerea.ic.Persons :
Sae scalded 1 milk dry .

/ OLDIST: WEEKLY NCWSPAPCR PUSLUHID' CON'TNUDU.LY milk, sugar substitute solution Trick photitgiiiphy'' (d Call Street from sidewalk ger se/lan. which brought him His she,' .Are I 111.'pnt..II.\.1. who violate the
/ lemon
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD." Add! softened juice and vanilla NK indeed This scene ui t- to sidewalk, was 21-year-oM to Starke. to a platform In [ was 37AA. and laws ore subject to arrest and
gelatin
PUBLISHED dissolve. stirringto uully took place in front of Robert VVadlow whose 8-foot. front of Sternberg's Store. He weighed 4'i' pounds They fines, and on talking) to an
EACH Chill
:' THURSDAY until
AND ENTERED A* SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE mixture 8t. ,bel'g's Store on East; 9'a' Inch height! Kilned him Is walking with a cane, andj i were specially m.ido/ by the offlc'-T" who made several arrests -
Poet Orrict' AT STAHKC FLA UXOEH ACT Of. MARCH 3. .79 mashed begins", bananas to thicken Fold in (e.11. Street The time. Satur- the title' of "tallest man In the his .stooped position Indicate Peter Shoe Co. who sponsored In this area. recently he

IN:" THR: TRADE: ARRA: ONE YEAR: $1: m _ SX, MONTH ( ere.nn fleeter I'uur into lIe I ..1 I ., Feb.) 17, 1010. I I world." that his feet and legs had llaf- I his visit tu Htmke.' said xrlmlv! that he witnessedthe
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $1.00 |2M> )I The well-dressed giant tow- VVadlow is shown makinghis ficulty supporting hb .'91-1[ Physicians pio " SIX MONTHS $2.25 .Makes" 2 and one-half pints. 'It L-i. ng over throngs that puck- way from a jieven-pasaen- I pound! weight VVadlow would continue !grow- west Florida a number ofrntimte.i %
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TiirnsnAY.! JITNK; 30. 1988t
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKT:. FLORIDA
"' ; PAOF TEN':


ASC Committee Nominations I I impression farmers. may that Ret the the mistake petition 'Campers WarnedTo 1966 Flue Cured Tobacco ,

be filed t only during the< Avoid 'Tame'Wild
II X May Be Filed At Any Time r npprnxiniiitel.y may 10 days betweer Animals Grade Loan Rates Are FixedThe I

t the lime of the announcement I
to correct possible misunderstanding and the deadline for submitting I grade of tobacvo' nnd'' fled as "discount variety' t tbacco to-
; Farmers were reminded! today any The Plate Boiird! of Henlth !
for I hope this'' the resulting price :!upport will be supported at
that petitions nominating about the time ; petitions. warns campers and picnli ,
statement will the lasutf. <. each receives under one-half of the support rut
a farmer to serve as! an ASt' filing nominating petitions."An clarify I ers or anyone in the outdoors -< grower
for comparable grades of other I
depend
the loan will
be filed at program
that
committeeman may announcement to be especially wal'Y
any time after July 1. nomination petitions are being "Any local resident. who U I of any wild animal that I has on the quality of totMct I u he varieties. I II'rl'e. .
Gee ,
the
( m", chairman, I received Is always mode In eligible to take pact in one 01 the nppeifrancc of being tome. markets Lepton Mot,#"+HI JI'" support in i '
:ml'l'YVIIIIII be available
farm ) chairman. Agricultural Si a'oIzatlon ;: I1- gla-Florlda area will -!* Enjoy All The Advantages
the
more of pl'ogl'amswhlrh -
Agricultural Stabilization and, advance of the time for election I Chances are that It Is I'abld. untied tobacc -
/
and Conservation Coimlttec. only on v
.h... Conservation State commit-I) of committeemen;" the to administer ASC committeemen may vole in help the' "R.iccoons: are Wilson a maJol'; said in commenting, "and Or.
chnh some hazard.
made the man explained says
tee will 1 be
hold of- the schedule' of grade 10l\n rate for untied grades
Q. election, and he may Sowrtir, State Health Offlc
I II T'I for flue-cur! three cents per pound less CHECKINGACCOUNT
fie ns ii committeeman' 10- In Is rates 1966-crop
"Rabies! squirrels ra /
than the grade! rates app); -
gardless of color, creed I tobncro.. Production IIf> bptt
: I I'ace. but they are susceptible quality tobacco will asiproducers :: able to tied tobacco. A complete f-p xx !
C. or national origin. I added.' Many: squirrel bites >
of the
: UMPA UMPA Farmers who are eligible to of a greater Inconi schedule graloan
been reported by
have persons
I rates for untied tobacco
vote in the committee elections them. I' he declared.Loan !. ?2J3rXY

We're beating the I also have the right to feeding Dr. Sawder's advice Is to rutCH for theIflM;'1 >'rop< Is available at the ASCS county .
*fjK
nominate HS a candidate any rail will range from 25 to t-3; ('enl" office. '
throw food: to squirrels >Ay
who is eligible, and : a pound and reflect +an avuage -
drum for our new farmer than letting them eat out of
I L? )Scents .
: level of
support price
committeeman. -
willing to serve as hand
the Belts
and higher interest I Such nominating petitions "The best; Insurance again a pound. This suppoi Ski

each one nominating' almost fatal rabies is to I level represents an l.n-rc'r; I Not AcceptableFor
: the l'it'
rate on savings{ accounts six of about two percent o/e.' the i9
one farmer and signed by avoid being' bitten." ESowciei 1 '. r
Boat Safety S
J or more eligible voters may said "But fortunati IBBS-wop national ivei I ;Ssupport ea

be tiled at the ASCS county level.Increases I
I now have a new inmun'yntion 1 1SUPPOI.ts reminded -
r ly: we in grade' price Florida boaters arc
Certainly this is office at any time between dead ':> and vaccine which have been nmde i In : that ski belts are not acceptable .,IIC
July 1 and August 1, the
eliminates the divelopmont -
virtually: lifesaving equipment:
line for such. filings. Eligible such manner as to maintain I :
worth "making anoise" of rabies"A fine foJtlers. '
on the I While ski belts ate
voters sign as many petitions higher price support
may face is cot -
bile on the wilappropriate I if the skier sets; Into RVICES
I desirable tobacco
more
about because UM they wish. S
.. sldered serious; Dr. Sowd< r differentials fsupport : the boat there must be an
.. f Programs aclininisteied by raid A bite on the leg is le1 s lifesaving device onboard E
it does so ; ASC county committees include the of less desirable 10' I approved Services ) V1SgrYiCBS
serious rot only because Individual I In SfB
bacco. The 1968 ,schedule wl:1: i for each CfS
.. J s the Agricultural Conservation dlfferen
much to SPEED tissue :reaction is suppoit of !5dcents I> he: boat.
allotments assure price
j Program acreage
Is
because the leg-bite I
but farmer Accu.'ning to Brantle
to a
a pound
: .-- THE GROWTH ofsavings mal loans ketlng the quotas feed farther tram the brain. who produces a crop of rip I 3ood>o.i. Chief of Law En Enjoy the special convenience, safety and

.. commodity the voluntary I It Is i recommended that any open-faced grainy tob.icc' ( rorcerr.er.l., Game & Fresh prestige of having a modern bank checking
deposited grain program constantly I In
: { who is
person Commisslor
of the Water Fish
to the average!
bank
wheat program the upland 1 with wild Animal equal account..at this !
contact 10 moyant cushions(: me accepttble. -
here. cotton diversion program the the National and others such; as pound supports on immaturt It the style and deslgi! PLUS

::"'. In fact this EXTRA Sugar Art program employees dog wardens, Vf't- and slick grades of i*' of> the cushion Is U.S. Coast
Wool program farm eiinau.ms. and game wai tight 1 1'1' Your choice of' a wide range of' realty helpful
13 to approved.
will be from 3tiard
-'. loans, and bacco
: interest is an EXTRA storage facility I dens.' Miould take the new cents pound lower thu.' "Llfosaving devices are < banking services..to meet your every per :

others aa'" assigned by. the Secretary 1 vaccine which consists of 1 14 for corresponding per grades! c of completely useless! If they; sonal', family and business banking need...'

: .....:.. reason why you should of Agriculture.C.A1ll 1I I dAily doses. <, and has very 111 mature grainy .tobacco ne stored In a locker or oil right here under one and the lame roof 1

: 'start saving here NOW! OF THXXKS i tie reaction Dr. Sowder said. As in the past no pI'Ice tucked under a seat In case

support will be offered, on any; >If cmpi' .ency." emphaslzeiSoodion. .Start "full Service; Checking Here..NOW/ ,

We wish to thank each and I All War Veterans tobacco: graded! N2. NO-G, U .

: HOME: OWNED.; -HOME: OPERATED; everyone for their kindness Eligible ForHospitalization (Unsound) orV (Uoubtfukeeping

and ,sympathy in our deep sorrow order> or scrap However i JS 301 Traffic

The Community State Bank Cards flowers food!, I any of these grade" FLORIDABANK
Count; Is Up
: prayers and those who serv-- which ate marketed will he I

ed. Family of S. E. Sparks. Anv V! S. war veteran maybe charged' against the quota.
: OF STARKE I In I i iwel'e Traffic count on U S. aOl. -
: granted hospitalization: (for the farms upon which they;
at a point 3'b miles north oValdo
accordin I A'T'ST.ARKE
4 case: ot emergency produced.The 1
MEMBER: F. D. I. C. Plastic Notebook J.J A'j at tb'l, to M T Dixon of the Florid chairman pointed lOllt averaged 7,739 vehicle!!
TEI.FOKAPH i dally during April for a gain
of Veterans Alrails -
tment
Depii that. as in past years, growrs
But before going( to aVA will offer their tobacco lit 01 almost nine per cent ove One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

hospital, the Veteran come action markets in the usua, he same month in 1965.

i 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS f IELROSETORY I ,.' .)KC acting the doctor for him I ghoul I preerably be nanner> made and available price support through, wilt thlueCured < led idles The an daily northbound average while of the 4,349 lane south-car ve- Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp

ommur.i..-ate with the nearest Tobacco Coopeia '
fA hospital by telephone 01' Stabilization Corporation nand lane was clocked al
Ive

t i:: BUSINESS I DIREC( elegrjp1' requesting author aimers who keep their acre 390.. \
Ity: for admission and for a ige within their farm ucreug I The figures represented t a '

t.. I I transportation if necessarjIlospitnlizatlon allotments can market up to I 2 4.7 per cent gain over the

.. )ixo', IId1pd. 110 per cent of the fain toe month In 1961. I
.
1 : APPLIANCES I BEAUTY SHOP_ I II MOBILEHOMES; \ \ may be obalned toiindage quota with pair eHllpport.

I(I In a private hospitalOlxoti However, uny mar th..1 '
T V Service Cente KEYSTONEBEAUTY Are you planning to enlarg said In case of a service feting, beyond 100 per cent of TilE KKiHT( POINT fur r; Put theSf|'paint can Pete
01 add' to your present :Mobil. dlsabllit will \\ni.v; you< ( L\ rlt p. i'oiue In amploit \ away .
I connected ; quota .
poundage '
TII1ES. Proprietor table 'I the: farm your( f.n(.rlt.- KSTKItIUOOK : :
; 3. It. )tome?! If you era we may
SHOP : here delay, would be hazard: ,subtracted, from next year'juotd. I IKl.t.{: j
I fountuiii ,
; Authorized; Motorola -Ih\1co\ to serve you. Call us f1information .... pen.
to Hie. or where transportntloii -"*" ""
Service on Mobile Home, ous I (ilt.t Pal.
; Salts and < :: 1111
Kdllh Johnson, Owner .. over a dlstancrnndvisable I Any eligible tobacco identl-
All Slakes -" -
: Service On / due to the vettan's -
: TV RADIO STEIIM; Personal AwnlngHSITITM I

: COLOR TV & Creative C'''uhanavOther, l Roomy. In .thin physical case also condition.prior au- Allen M. Johns ARE TERMITES First decorate your

Work Guaranteed--TV Rental Hair Styling VA 1 1lecessarv Is
the I
473-4051 fine :Mobile HOIIIUX hortz: t.on: by Funeral Services DESTROYING
Keystone! Heights. reimburse
before )
Individual Beauty Care <'<>euoriea !
I Every;; Form of Beanty Culture nent tor such expenses car Held TuesdayAllen I YOUR HOME?
Auto Sales & Service! Keystone be granted DIxon said
M. Johns 66, dlec
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-3; Present VA procedures!! covrlnn .'HE"INSP.CTJOl
Authorized Dealer For Closed Monday I Aluminum Cabana I ('\ such servlreconnl'rtelemel"Tenclt' ,: /londnv/ morning in a loca driveway

Chrysler Plymouth Vallen : provide that 1 Ifthe lospltal after an extended \11nf'Ss. ,

Simca International Harvester Keystone. llelghU 173-48M SalesRt. VA Is Informed within 7ours He was born In Starke onAug.

Trucks Scout 4-Whee 2?: 1890. the son of thelate
i of such hospitalization
21 3 miles South of Keystone ; ; '
Drive.Clayton I Electrical Sales &I : ServicYeoman's < Heights Florida. Phone hat prior authority can be Mack and Annie L Strlck- a K ,J

I I 473-2111; An Authorized ranted. Dixon said It is espiitlnl land Johns He WIa! retiree Chevrolet !
i
.
RevelsChryalerPlymouth a"d a Baptist with
Bcllnlr Healer" to obtain authorization lulnter a new
Electrical I wt'hln I 72 hours of hospitAlization SwMviiirt; Is one sister', Mrs ;539>: E. Call <)GI-:5o.: !) :>

Irrol A'\aie: of Starke.
Sales & Service ) In order to obtain -
INC. NURSERY held'
Funeral services were
I reimbursement of expenses '-
"NOBODY UNDERSELLSCLAYTON I I at 2 p m. Tuesday In Jones 1

REVELS" Frlffldaire Appliances I O.C.Carnes Nursery I For further Informationeteinm :/lemorlni/ : Chapel with Rev Thompson Sheet

1050 N. Orange I may see their local. V J. RiR.dale. pastor of the
Maytag: / Washers Iliwav 100. .lorahoml'--Z3 1 Church. of-
Works
Green Cove Spring 281-981 County Service OfficerServices Ivst Methodist Metal
;Miles SE of Starke I
i Zenith and Motorola TV (c claim;
1 Interment was In the Santa \\''1' Spi! >(lrll/e; -
SPRING MOTORS: Nursery' Stock -Thousands Held
I Siegler HeatersP. i iI I Fe Cemeterymder directiorif

.. Complete Service ft Parts Fo r 0. Itox 166 MelruM. of Plants from.& FruitTrees Nice For Mrs. Bissell f DeWttt. C. Jones Funeral Heating & Air Conditioning
: to choose
: VOLKSWAGEN"If I lome. Systems
It's For /i VolkswagenWe Phone 473-2371 Shale: Trees Evergreens \.t Jones Chapel Active pallbearers were

Have If I & Landscape Plants All I Colson. Cliff HaenJ. Installation & Service
rommv
I In containers -plant any-. MI'r Ann J. Bissell. 66
of Good Used CIKW-IJV
Always Plenty Hiuaini, Floyd
1. T.
I I rldoof the late Clarence All Type Metal: Work
(General Construction. ttin" Comelllas & azaleas
.. Volkswagens In Stock dn landscaping',. 3isse'l died Wednesday. Dewey William\ and Russell

Grrrn ,Cove Spring, 281-02(1( ..11..r K\: |"iTt llonii.. ..> Repair, !Ho'- Let us your 'une :21 in a Starke hosplta :o.1cRAe. 9fi -1021 !91>fii.sim;

,\ iiiuilfllnK: anil ('i.nt.. ruction IMione 681-3665 ,. ollowlns!; a lingering[ illness I
t fALKKeystone In Social Security
AUTO SERVICE; I Mr. Bissell: vent born
i'alrvi \V.V.. Va on May 3.
1'ACKACiE( (: STOKE I
KING'S Home I I'I' 900. She operated! the Une'rwooJ ,I A representative Secuiltj of the I .\i ('),L".IIII'.1d In. the TKI.K-: :

[ Motel on U S. 301 >alnesvllle Social ( iKAI'll brings/ results..
& THE BLUE PINES :
: Repair Improvement Jtft-'e Is In Starke at the
Service Station iorth of Starke. for the past

ServicePhone Package Store & 11 yew... coming here trot Vclt.ue Office at 9:30; a.m I II I

"k USED CARS AT COCKTAIL LOUNGE Jay City Mich. She was 8nem each Monday and Friday forUte

BARGAIN PRICES 175-1111 "r of the Methodls purpose of (conducting so- STARKEBUSINESS \ Impala Sport Coup

Itt. 21-3 :Milr-i !Smith'! of Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except. rhurch.Survlvmp. dal kecurlty business...
ELECTRIC: Sunday Pel'sons who desire to make
KejMtone Sleights are six'!: sisters
AND ACETYLENE Dance Every Saturday Night Mrs.fary" V. Smelsen.Mrslabel .pplicstions for social security i ii .
WELDING Music of Connie and retirement or lIurvivol'sbeneflt

MELROSE 475-2131 A jC'nmplptn' lloniiService! The Fireballs U. Oster. Mrs. Kathryn -. secure social securIty Park Impala Sport Coupe radio with FM multiplex stereo...Four

.4 MILK EAST!'! OF jpaman.Jlnderwood and Levy Mrs. Harriet all of : account numbers or gel i DIRECTORY I II I right your out front.new Let your neighbors Season air conditioning or Comfortron.

KEYSTONE:' HEIGHTS social security Inoimntion steering wheel of
MELROSEAuto oilier Comfortilt
CtRPENTRYflooring tanker: Mis Sarah Underood i any admire the handsome sculptured lines. a 7-position

: Service i ,- ot Allentown. Pa.. anc are invited to timer see AUTO REPAIRSEarl's. There're luxury and comfort in. a Tilt-telescopic wheel. For extra power.398

.... REAL ESTATE ; /Irs./ Mae Jones of Ocala. I our ;representative at the I side. The Sport Coupe comes with order a whisper-smooth Turbo-Jet
Concrete Masonry. I r his \islt.__ YS or the big Turbo-Jet 427 V8.There's .
deep-twist carpeting.
: Richard James Prop. Funeral; services were held _. I color-keyed chore
Painting: Plumbing! Klectrlcal. LAKE LOTS Garage tufted textured So what about that painting ,
Former Owner J. L. Motors II at: 10 a.in. Saturday. June 25.'h (T r the Boatdialn Baptist richly pattern Chevrolet
)
: and Drafting Servicesavailable Lake Gent'va500!\ (Terms! Memorial Chape I \I.L KINDS OF cloth upholstery with deeply padded Pete?Who'll notice with a new
Macclenny Terms) n t Jones: :hurc
I ike $3500 ( in drivewayl
........ I I Trailer< 'Brooklyn Lot $;;>OO up (TermslonTCi.fa ) ''with, Rev V. J. Rasdnle. I Sin.ivltia I Is hi- widow Ze- I Al'TO KF.P\IR WORK vinyl bolsters. Eight standard safety Impala Sport Coupe summer your buys on
MELRO.SE I I astor of the Starke Firs .John one Allork Guaranteed' features including seat belts all around. Big-saving
:\ ; ; HUOKK.K 1\(1\(( Donnrllv 0 and
Our Plumbing Department Is. Al'I'llAIS.VLSKKMCE! lethodu: Church. officiating ( atohLcr.frs.,\ Eleanor Bmeef < i I'hune 969-'!9UI Your Impala can have the personal Chevrolet, CJuevelle, Chevy

: USED CARS_ operating around the clock Assm-luteij: Interment was! In the family of f MiddlebuiK[ ;! : two sons,, So. Walnut, StarkeIrTO touch. Older a pushbutton. AM/FJM, : Coivair.

with 24 hour service availablefor Mrs. M.:. Ilgen. 73-48la : plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery harks C. .lohiu of Stavke.nd ,. I

: Hanks Used Cars loral residents. Our work Capt R.fovot n,473.4152S.E.McKay I ndPr lilrectlon: of DeWitt C Elmer :M Johns. ApoUo I SERVICEGilbert

.- DISCOUNTTERMS Li First Quality ant, our ser Realtor Jones Funeral Home. Bt'a.l h: cue brother. Berry .
BIG CASH vice is the best.Ve nerve :Mobile .[ ,
Active pallbearers were H Johns i of Jacksonville: and. S. Brownandanl
: KEYSTONK: HEIGHTS
ihomea.
II F Parmunter, Victor Frees, I Itiht Ki-nndchlldien)
BUY -. SELL TRADE -- Phone 473-4310 weft Fogg.' Earl Levy B.llster. : Funeral! servicesVPH held 1 1at. !, !' 011 Service Station See Chevrolet dealer for fast .
__ your
Rt. 1 Box Po ,
ATLAS ,
IF YOr 11NHMarnnrv ( had! Hoyt Jones. t. 10) nm :Monday In Jones
100 8 Mlles: S. :Stark IEST.11t11.INTSBeidler's{ BTTKRIES of Chevrolets..Y8' and 6'a J
Hwy. TIRES A all kinds
: or Carpentry rrpnrrslItrnuslrling | ;: :\11'11"11'111CII.1\ ;>1-1 with Rev fast delivery on _
General Pvpalrs or 'AiltlitliMi: nI Services Held i toner E BerHstrom", pa
... New & Used Parts I ('ottuge, ir a fiiiruifp. ; n I'orfli Holiday I Boa tuft al n B.ipcist Church. Phone !IIU-7)7l(

-- Standard 011 ProductsWE lor I Prllo: ; a i'urport) or I'lorlilu. Restaurant For: Chas. B. Johns I rnclrttl.v! Interment wu InUle I -101 :N..; Temple S>arUe Lj '

.; Room HrlMMnry. !Siili\vulk. in Klnssleyake
; u CuJi-r New:' Ounrrshlp In Jones Chapel I family plot HURST'SS
('alIi.-te. or Miilliif' o ,
.dlrrcon -
GOOD
HAVE or Stairway: Ct'inBtery, under
I P.IRFOES"Ins : .
4ilL ..
Used Car'a! and TrucksAt :'! \ ) ; I'uiifliiiK or other IIlIe rtce"' Ch.iili'-t Bradley' John. 68, of DeWltt C Jones Fu.nI'l -i ; I ____ .---e ---'.0--.11I ... ____.
1".I..r.II..ly -
t tiilrrlor trim, work; \\ hllluI \\'4 Foul Oil! 8141
.
PricesWe'll June 24.oil llorne.
a1 !
Saving (OPIia I I U:\YS \VK.BIil.YIVM : led Fiiduv morning.<< I Service StationG.
Get It t'uf Von. I or llourn. or a wt-ll-hiiilf NewItuuett'e In Sl.uke! artel EIltielit' -
UliUMr. ruui lie t his home AIpntfbeal..I.( \ were
I ('un Srne Yuil. 1 .: ..-k. .Oil-i. T L..b.rlo'f('I"nGoocht'.1r HULICK CHEVROLET INC.
"_. If We Ijau'l line II Alit f '''urli>- .liallttn& maulsP 1111'lelll.1' 1Il1\t. Orlffis( Jeff Smith./ Jo"I't'ph Tire & Batteries WALT

-- --- i I 7. Z A I* I K.: S ; Hoi n \\"y..ro.s" 01on Kaulk. Wilmot Brown. SERVICE ,
..... Buff Garage .. mil fli \ftmuaisfii : nrritI ': :, RO ti) ST H.\. IMIONK( 9GI.l900r :
Vernon r-.inij-i' tr ill itn; / .\m25 I 1897. h.- waa ne- Thom"' O'RI''n. and Benton :3rtl .mil 100 -- "..t.trket P. S. .101 NOHT1I; 11UE.
Hvry. he Keyilon H(tl. I ini.>* avail-it at no I'' I Block North ot H..s Msht! t"act Cutprutru| i a veteran\ 01 1. ..d:U. i iJ
KWY: TO.VS: 1 HK'MH'P.i) : I l
473-. 4376lr. I charge: ( to our customers "'mill! War I, and u member i

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. 'White Bud' Control May Come 1 with the< bud nematode. but 1 tended with 89 present. I Brooker's New I ASSEMBLY:; OF 1OD BROOKER BAPTIST ply pastor. hon: pastor
'
there U general belief that ENGAGEMENT I IHWAY CHAPKI Sunday School, 10 a. m. BOATDRAJN BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
adequate control would result Ms: Irene Jones of Penney Weldon St. and Raiford Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School.. 10 a m.
,
In 6 Months For Berry Growers In a significant increase in Farms announces the engage- Water System Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Training Union, 6.30: p. m Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Sunday Worship School IB 11 a a, n

ment of her only daughter Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 7:00 .n.
yield. Strawberry productionis Evening Worship 7:30.: Fray- T'alnlnaUnion : p. Booster Dan
Control' of the troublesome I I seem to b:? Immune. Hugglns almost a three-quarters of' Patricia to Wilbur Padgett: Almost Ready Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. er Meeting. Wednesday: 7:30.: Evening Worship, 8:00.: Prayer Pre-Services I and Praye
"white bud" caused by a''0 said In encouraging growers I a million dollar industry: in son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 RA, QA, and Sunbeams every Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. : Young People Bvenln
'I 6 m.
nematode that Is affecting an I to "grow their own." II I Bradford County annually.and Wilkinson Wilbur is the Residents! of Brooker willso p.m. Young People's Meeting, other Thursday! afternoon. m.Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom.! Service] 7 p. MWee

ever-Increasing number ofd I Dr Sal I Locasslo an associate I a mainstay of the coun granc'son of :Mr. and Mrs. n mark another milestone Saturday, 7:30: p.m. Leroy Rev. James Temple, pastor. r-.tor. Service Worship., Wednesday p. m. 1:30: I

Bradford County strawberry 0 horticulturist: at the ex- : ty's agricultural economy. Hardy Padgett. The wedding 0 In the t,wn'.. progress whei Lightsey, pastor.
plants, may be possible: withIn i peloent;:: : station: and Dr. Locaisio and Smart are date will be announced later. water starts flowing Into NEW CONOKKUATIONALMKTIIOD1ST DfDAN: BAPTIST [Brooker] BKTIIF.L: : BAPTIST CHURCH tor.m-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pat
School, lo 1m.
the next six months, according Drover Smart a nematolo- conduct'nR their tests-- th PERSONALS homes there from a new mu- REVIVAL Sunday Sunday School, 10 a, m.
to County Agent O. gist with the Department of first Held demonstration in Mrs Hazel Baxley and nlcip-il water system, which services will be held Morning Worship 11 a. m. Mofilnij: Worship, 11 a. m. CALVARY BAPTIST
Revival Training Union. 7 m. Even-
T. Huggins.If Entomology, are heading up the state-on the Morgan daughter: of Doctors Inlet recilveJ its final Inspection p. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
the experimental work. farm. The field tests consistof visited Mr. and Mrs. Hardy We'needay.' at tne New Congregational ing Service, 8pm. Rev. Sunday School 10 a. m
an effective remedy Is 1 Praye.Meeting., 7:30: p. m
Methodist Church, May
found it will be as a resultof Acroidms to Locasslo, the spraying plants! with sev- Padgett Monday.Mrs. nnnctd, with a $68.00 8. Rev. F. A. Lacy Ccnway, pastor Wedtiendny. Rev. W. Morning Worship. 11 a. m f
May !
experiments now being bud: ncimto-'e: is already a e:'\1 commercial: chemicalson Minnie Lee Sllcox of loan from the Community; I' through Stephens of Savannah, Ga. CHL'RCII OF GOD Newman% :.. Pastor.NORThISihE I Training Union. 6:30: p. m
conducted: by specialists from '' problem! and can become quits marked-off areas to show Hellbronn Springs returned Fai-llille. Administration of each L.1 Evening Service 7:30.: Prayei
'I' will bring the message 422 N. St. Clair St. Starke.
the University of Florida's serious it unchecked. their comparatl.e north The home Sunday after spending the Federal Housing & Home I Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30:
night at 7:30.IIEILBJIONN: Sunday School, 10 a. m. BAPTIST
will be observed a week with her parents, Mr. Flnant. I m.Rev.. R. H. Butler
Agilcultural! Experiment Hugging says that "white test plots Agency, the new system I Worship Services 11 a. m and
H tlon. The tests are Sta-I bud" made its first appearancein duiln; the! summer to determine and Mrs. Henry Mosley. has been In the planning BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Located on uayiess: Midway Road I AIRPARK BAPTIST J
ISR 2251at J Raiford :
Jowers and
chemicalsis Mrs Evelyn
J which of the
several stage for several Its
th3 county yearsafro years.
progress: on an ;
I r ,
children of Winter Haven Sunday School 10 a, m. : 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting SR 161. Services: Sunday Sunday School 9:49: a.
plot at the Leaton Morgan on a very limited scale I most effective. final cc.npletlon I it a source .
Friday. 7:30: m -Rev. L S. 11 a,
11 a. m. p. i School, 10 Sunday Morning Worship
Worship i
i: Jr. farm, north of Starke, and but has increased each Specialists. : are also collect- visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. "f'r1: p tor Mayor M. O. Barrel Morning I Williams, a. m. mi
pastor.PENTACOSTAl 7:30
eason'l Union. 6:30: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 Evening Service, : p.
this week Mrs. Training a. m ,
Wilkinson
In the laboratory at the ex- untIl'l approximately 2 ing pljns for laboratory tests 1 and! members of the<
of Florida.I Wilkinson and sons plannedto Evening Service 7:30.: Mid- Training Union, 8:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Wedneesdayjj,
1Jerlm?nt station in Gaines cent ot strawberry plants in at the University Broolsui Council : HOLINESS
I This of the work involves return home with them week Prayer Service, 7:30: p. Evening Service 7:30.: Midweek I 7:30: p. m. Training Union
the county were affected this phase Hurrll said the council had( : 32t BrownJee St., Starke.
ville.Cause of the trouble: is a year. I I dip testing the plants Wednesday for a few days to hm) up at least 75 customers m. Welnesday.Tt.oy Johnson I Sunday School 10 1'. m. Prayer Service, Wednesday Friday '::30 p. m.Rev.. E. LJ.;:|

bud nematode-so small it Locassio: described! the pestas I and setting them out for ob- visit.Mr. In advance In orderto pastor. Morning Worship 11 a. m 7:30.Rev.: Glenn La\\--\ Orlffls. pastor. I

I cannot be seen with the naked a foiar-f;! d:1lng: nematodeless I seivatlcnLacajjln: and Mrs. Barney Con- net the loan. i Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m.
eye-whlch infests the strawberry thin .5 millimeter in hopes to have nell of Jacksonville visitedMr. "We had 79 original sub- SMYRX" MISSIONARY Midweek Service Tuesday

plant bud causing the size. It sucks on the bud of "ufficiem information from and Mrs. Hardy Padgettand scribes.1' Harrell said, adding BAPTIST CHURCH 1 7:30: p.m. Russell Croft, pas- GLASS Thal' Our Business

leaves in the crown to fade the strciwberiy plant causing : the test results! to make the Howard Padgett family that the system Is expected B33 W. Pratt St. Sunday' tor.

In color! hence the common reduction In growth ana:! con- lecoti'npndatlons! for controlof Saturday\ afternoon.Mr. to have arounri: 100 customer, services: Sunday School!, 10 a. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "If It's Glass We Have It" I
term "white bud." sequcntla reduction! in' the bud nematode within .and Mrs.\ Clarence Mos- by the time water Is turnedon. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train-
ley and family of Jacksonville Sunday School, 9:45: a. m CALL WRITE VISIT
County Agent O. T. Hugginssays yield, aithon-th the "y'->nt ->1' 1'the next six months. Thift will reore ent about I ing Union. 6:13: p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m. or
visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry
90 cent of the homes FOR ANY GLASS NEED
that apparently the, the lalter has not yet been Two other types of nema- Mosley Sunday after return- per ambusiness Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m
nematode shows up only In determined. tcdei have caused trouble in places In the community I welcome. Elder T. C, Wil- Choir Practice 7:30
I I Ing from their vacation In of aroun400 Thursday : We Design Modern Store Fronts ,
plants that have been brought No. estimate I avallabl" of ttra'beiTy: fields In recent personsHant'.l liams, pastor m. '
but have been brought Ten-lessee and North Carolina :! said the loan will I p. f. Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Into the county from outside the financial loss due to lower years I K1NGSI.EY LAKE BAPTIST
from infected I under: control by fumigating be repaid with revenue from Table' TopsSHEA'S
sources.!! Home grown plants yields plants Pad- LAURA BAPTIST
the soil. The e aie the sting M' lines Mrs. Howard:! the water system. The townIs Sunday School, 9:43: a. m.
!I I nematode which sucks the gett and sons visited Mr. and debt free except for the 1 I Sunday School 9:45: a m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

'i.b'tancvs out of a berry Mis. Frank Silcox and son in loan tot the water protect. Morning Worship, 11 n. m. Training Union, 6:15: p in : j GLASS CO.
NO RAFFLE NOTICES I'lant'-' root and the socalled Hellbroivt Springs Sunday af- Water for the sv tem will Evening Worship 7:30: p, m. I Evening Worship 7::30. Mid- I ,

"locn, knot nematode. ternoon. come from a well leased I Prayer Meeting. Wednesday week Prayer Service Wednesday ;- D
Wilbur! Padgett attendedthe from the Brooker State Far- 7:30:: p. m.-Rev. Luther McI 7:30.: Choir Practice 910: I 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FK24353An
PLEASE Hi1! ,;up ; said that Bradford
of Eugene Taylor Dee, pastor
wedding
mars Market and will be partially p. m.Rev.. Jim Rl.don, sup-
i Caunty berry growers are : and Mary Wilkinson in I !
sated before 1 U U plp I
I
.
\ fcrti'.uf in being located:! so I
In spite of repeated notices t that we cannot of Doctors inlet Saturday night.Charlp.s -d Into the distribution sysaat. -
University .
close to the Padgett of Hell-
publish such material. The Telegraph .
station
Florida experiment
continues to receive requests for advertising "They are always ready to broni!: Springs night. spent and last Thursday Wednesday was Installation discussed of but a It standpipe was decided investment in Your Future-=.

the sale of chances on various! objects help; IB with our troubles at with Terrell and Darrell Pad- that

by clubs, organizations, and individuals.In i momtiil's, notice" he said. !gett. dropneunmtlc' a 2,000 storage gallon tank hy- ; : *?'; N i: kt: ..1

the eyes of the Post Office depart lottery ment, "nnd ntwith tin-lr!) various strawberry of expeil-pro- daughters Mis. Ida of Lutz Padgett visited and Mr. would:!adequate sulflee to pressure.give the System A- A L f! U E f f1 1: ffl 1 q"": l U 1lt"7l I l-jJ t "!If'Jo L U 1 I

such !sale; of tickets constitutes a 'u-tlnn! huvp been great and Mrs Robert Carter and gasoline auxlllaiy motor will -fnlerpa+.wkawrrt
be sent through the IT. value to Bradford's strawberry -
and as such cannot family last week Insure that: the system can bi
S. mails. Calling: the sale a "donation" does industry Dnwsoii Padgett returned operated In event of power

not change the meaning in the eyes of Postal home Sunday after being con- failure. o _
v'vvyv.vv."yvv"vyvv
flne.i to a Gainesville hospital.We I I
authorities. : Members of the Brooker:

\\e-e sorry to learn that irovernlna bodY, In addition to<
We are sorry!!' that we cannot comply with CLAY HILI Mrs. Etta Michael Is a patientin I Harrell are Council Chairman You think you
requests to print notices of such sale of St. Vincent's Hospital We Q. E. Green, Vice Chairman

tickets and subsequent "drawings.. If we lly !Mr. llnrward Padgett wish her a speedy recovery. Roy Can'ol, and Councilmen '
have problems. .
do howeverve run the risk of hating: that i Mrs Edna Blackman is J. R. Molt, Ouy Harrell. andE. y'r

- '. issue! of The Telegraph barred from the Phone 283-1132 home from the hospital after Hodge

mails. ,....v.............yyy.W \ an accident at the plant where I I y EVERYONEHAS

she works. [
We would it if all clubs other wi-.li to thank each and I
appreciate l The Black Creek Associa-
organisations and individuals would understand eve v one who attended va-I tion meeting will be held at
cat! out position in this matter and would" and ll.ose who helped! Refreshment I the Clay Hill Baptist Church CHURCH :

cease to submit such items for publication. !- were served every July 8.

nigh and there was a welner I i i NEWS {.

BRADFORD COUNTY roast S.tUirday nl ht. Com- THE KIUHT POINT for the I
menceir.cr.t was held Sunday way you write. Como In and) PROBLEMS
niiirh There were 102 enrolled .Hclprt. your favorite KSTKItIIKOOK : I \Y1.ESS III WAV :
TELEGRAPH
) at Bible School, and fountain pen. TKI.KGKAFII. IIU'TIST CIIURCII

Sunr'a.\- School was well at- i Sunday: School 10 a. m t /

Morning Worship, 11 a. m
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I Meeting: Wednesday, 7:30.: '
Rev. B. T. Peavy, paAtor.iT. .

\\i;ioj', CATHOLIC Boy, take it fro
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I I lea+ding

Ii I 4TAKKE Sunday -- Mass! 9:15: a. m .-V Il Illhlllllu rherrirsahdog'serriog'rss. .. I'f'It'a ain't no bowl ot

i Tuesday-Novena and Benediction .v 1 1HFQ/p tillS and alway s get olfa.
I 7 Class, p that I I1lIrl
p. m. Inquiry 0 hU) ,
what
Tof 0 0I "I'I'ene,1' 1
8 I p. m. ao*1 to me, when I I
Thursday and Friday II l tb w OVer thI lamp I /" turned

'. Mass 7:30: a. in. [19-30 a. m. y 47.J.s l liii 1111 Our life
-1 1B mxy
for' grade;:!: and high scnool students Mq g1g011y liii III but ever Yone n be a(doot ('a life,
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: T Tyy le"s pro//.
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Saturday Mass 9:30: a. m eeM rs rsR
+N, w. e 101"'je I nut prorniHe that;:: ::"' G d Ion

MADISON STREET: : w o nn Ge 1 and n hIs good
tlel
I .' M )r ,r M'NM t faithful iII
BAPTIST ( 11 Un11 ( children I
III
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I without be
OI'I'Oln'UNITIES Of' 1111 ..Mwv.u + illi Problems, but till
I SERVICE: a,sae a' t pronlille lie does
N tlwd strength
11111 to
J'OWe Sunday! June 26Sunday soar a a+ww' '+ Problem. hear Our
Attend
School 9:45: a. m.: Morning t ) p? aMaPP't'Mi l n0 clay, church S un_
WOI' hlp, 11:00: a. m.; Training 4t ,M1 ::. .:; awl, your renew and strengthedwa
Union 6:15: p. m.; Evening life by I
e 4 Qt leaning
Worship, 7:30: p. m. t Lord 011 the hllIIl1

Wednesday. June 29 t' 'o, a -1
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Prayer end Praise Service, w Nn + I
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7:30: p. m.; Church Choir q l

practice, 8:30: p. m. 15'' 0:."_. ..wo......

Ices.Nursery A place open for for all all serv-ages II Iii III :' iilill u UIIIIUI Il l u I I III I III I IIIIIVIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIiI IIUIIUIIII

Rev. Felder' Rowan, Pastor


Are Pleased To AnnounceTHAT FlnsT1F.Tllon.ST CliritCII; STAUKK These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor


Saturday, July 21st and Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.
2nd: grade Primary and Youth

Choir practice. 10 a.m. Exchange
"YOUR HEALTH IS OUR OF STARKE

EFFECTIVE JULY 1 OUR IN- SundayChurch School, .. MAIN CONCERN";. 630 N. Temple Avenue
9:45':: a.m. Morning: Worship, F r TEREST RATE ON SAVINGS AC- 11 a.m. Snack Supper for Poultry F.'lulp"'f'nt| |> Free Delivery Phon 961-1181 Ph. 964-7721

rlYP[ 6 p.m. MYF meetings, UNIffi T.REsnTUR.ES:
COUNTS WILL BE FOUR PER CENT 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship, "et rolf'um Product.
7:30.: SLADE GAS Lawson Meat Market

PER ANNUM. THIS IS THE HIGH- 1 I Monday Commission on Bradford Abstract Co.

EST RATE ANY COMMERCIALBANK Education: meeting, 7 p.m. Of- and Appliance Center AND COLD STORAGE
icial Board meeting In sunctlary. 158 W. CALL STREET .
ON PASS-BOOK 8pm. We Specialize: In Ciiitom SlaughterIng << -
CAN PAY Ph. 961.6881 Starke t Fla. Cutting St Wrupplng1'rcparwl -
Tue..dayWSCS executive
DeWITT C. JONES
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. !board: meeting in Ladles Bible For Deep Freeze
classroom! 9:30: a.m. WSCS Edwards Grocery & FUNERAL HOMES

business and program meeting:, Mkt. PHONE 964-8241
10 a.m. In sanctuary Starke Ph. 961.2600


11 Will Draw Interest From July 1stI WedneldayPrayer, 7 p.m.Thursday. Meeting [ Groceries--:\featFeed* Keystone Heights 1 r.\ .
Funds Deposited By July Chancel Choir Gas & Oil Ph. 473-3176 o'l' litY V1tu

rehearsal, 7:30: p.m, Ph. 961-2182 Starke Fla. h e

I OF STARKE INC.

I Loudon's Merle Norman Hurst Shell Service U.S. 301 NORTH
Interest rates on U. S. CARL HURST

Savings Bonds have been Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop Hwy. 301 & 100 I Ph. 961.6111 Ph. 969.3801 Starke, Fla.
Increased four times since 117 !S. Thompson Ph. 961-3081
the fire Series E Bond was If Your Hair Isn't Bwomlnj Ti
FLORIDA I I sold on May 1, 1941. Cur- You-You Should Be foml-n/r/ To ('''. LACY CONWAY Charley E. Johns

ent; rate Is 415 per cent

when held to maturity Starke "66" Service American Service Sta- Agency

BANK i l AT I STARKE I tion and Bus Station 1S1 S. Walnut Ph. ",-02.1
TILE RIGHT rOfNT lot the BILL EDWARDS' GENERAL:: INSURANCE' /
war :y- W1'he. Com In andseeleet Brake fcvvlc*-W h,*rl I Balance Lacy Conway Flying Service! Nobody But Nobody Underwlto

)0 One of 30 Hanks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. year II&'tO.tte' ESTER- \VhcH Alignment 964-8831 Instruction. Ph. 864-4031 Ctuu-ley E. Johns Agency
617 N. Temple Ph. /I Ii Ii
Mir/OK founuUo p n. TEL-

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Farmer's Diary ,vvvvvvvvwvvvvyvvvwv. purnlH Ml ..111"11': i Km:/ I I 1..1'lInnn.. Hnl1Vlllr this week. to he. with vlllr I 1. .".pendliiK" I :: .some time I vlslloi. 1 I ccitl H.iluiflavVliiiiiM I The limitation on Series

DnlibsKev All'm.:in 1)a n lcd< Crews of Oi-, hot ilniRlitcr: :Mis, Kloilne; vllh Ii '' uncle and aunt Mi Mr. and.. : Mis\ M I.. Tin'nil, I : Hev mid Mis Jim- | E Savings; Bonds purchasedand .

(Continued from Page 7)) RAIFORDBy Pcnvy pastor. of Utvh.Ms lando. visited' |his!. pnrnnls. Mi. Wnhlenlio IH in I the ho..pilalthete and ;Xjis J. B O-isklns made a ousliir-ss. tilp to Tliounasvillc auto Walker of Hluhland held In any one calendar -

I Hlvtny I [:h'II..h. vlsilod | and Mrs" l.nwtoy (Crews over ,Alt, le- Scott Tailor of Gain8 (ku. one day last week ,IMr. Church are Mrs Walker's year has been increased

years ago In which a boat ;\1t'R.Tnry;\ Kieomnn( nt I lie! the woekondMr j :l11'H. Onle ailfflH, Miss\ Audrey (' \lIlt' 's vIsit trig his inndpaipiits. [ .';. Chi'vstine Blaki of I j patents Rev. and Mis\ Horace : front $10.000 I maturity value -
Earl Dobbs
]tO dv Phone 4"G260IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA) 1 to The H Bond
and there was a wholesales I in-law Mr .nnd Mrs. Hurl, And family i>f Lake Butler vl.sitcd ''Mnxle Wilkinson nttended the MocHa mid family while his and sister-in-law: lanta. On 20.000
limitation went from
of Hie' : Dobbs Saturday afternoon her parents Mr and Mrs.\ Sunday' School Convention in parents are on vacation I, and Mis Obed Pauley from DI1\ lei Walters gave an oran up
$20.000 I face value! to $30.-
Our deepest svmpnth\/ to the I Friends of :MIH Mary fo'I'(>e. I W. B Dloodwui Friday night. Biker County Sunday Vlsllirn!. :Mr. nn1 Mrs Jam- Saturday:: to Tuesday '< It' )'al' at Wesley Manor

Our' r, 't hummingbird Is I Robert Taylor family on the 111.in will he glad l to !learn that! Mr\ and Mrs Jack Cason of I Miss\ Pauline 1're<1E'rlckH of ei HlvUnbothnm: : i Is Mi.. Illa-; Mi. Hester Hicks! .sppnila.it Sundiv)( at ternoon. 000

back al the feeder we have death of :Mia Tavloi's /mint she left Bradford! County Hospitnl Jacksonville. visited Mrs. Alice 'Luke City visited. her'" slat| ei,. 'zlnb''lanlU'li U r n n dinothci week with her son-in-,

set up in the yard. and the I I :Mis\ Ella Neal I In Gilnesxlllennd Frliliv; ami in nt t Iho linmc. C'nson and Mi\ and Mrs. Theo- : and family. Rev and :MIH.) Joe! Mi s Noi'a M F'lomlson' ofI and:! iurlti'i; Mi. nnd :Mi> -

chlUre.i: are fascinated by her brothci-tii-law Allen of her daughter, ;Mr. and MIH.Hull .. dore Hosier Sunday afternoon "l&Cti Ilough and fimihI : U.HIIlR., ) : I Calif. I Floyd 1\1111'lln in Da''ton ua:

the intilcate maneuvers of I Hall In Jacksonville ]: Dobbs | Mr. and MIH M.illlo CJrlffls I I Mi., :a'i, : Mis A. P. Hal-! I Bead Mi and Mrs J1111 Serving Florida
:
the Urn feature The feeder :Mrs Quintcn Blnodwoilh I Mm. Inex Hlooilwoith visitcd ; Visited. her sinter. :\Ml and Mrs .yvvvvvvv.vvvvvvvvvLAWTEY man of, Chattanoo'ia TennI 'Hall and children! of J.,,'k-

can I be: tct up near a vindaw, I aril, son, Tient of Lnke Butler :Mr.\ and Mis Drew Boimloy C. H Moy and family in Jacksonville I sTiif: Tuesday to Fiidiv with sonvllla are visiting !Mi an I Since 1950

and) when filled with a mixture spent Tuesdiy: with :\Ir. nnd! in Lake Bullci :MonU.iy: nfloi- !) Friday\ night. \ hr-i bictl'ei, !} and slttei-In-law Mrs J. D Clark 'this wed. 7fr i &vvjce 9n.ihl

ofI ar and led-coloied I Mrs \V. B Bloodwoith They noon. :Miss Nlta CVrsov of Jnrknonville ; :Mi)' :nit! Mrs II C. Kelly: Miss. Barbara Hilllaid of I eng .

were joined that night:\ by Mi Rev nnd ;Mi's, Joe :M"rilllough last weak! with I ... .
,water, attracts the little blids:! spent i Muses Bonnie Rosier, BIPII- Jacksonville is visiting :Mi (h --... .... "...
where they can be studied BloodworthMi8 visited :Mr Iin.111'11.. : her grandparents:\ aiul 1 Mrs. Uy Enlia: B'anchsrlChuieb da Jiiies and Linda Sfilck- and Mis, A.V.. Gaskins fora

(lose at hand.. I : Saturday. Alvin afternoon(Oilffls I'nll'l.tninod with a- Warren Bloodwoith Tiicad:ly I Hiiffin OilfrUs.Mr I ....................&. I|I land swt-nt; last. week camping few clays.Kenneth Mrs. Lucile Cordially
night : nnd Mrs Al Purser of I nt; Strlficlaiid's; landing; on Carlton of Jul.sonvllle ].-
birthday party honoring:\ her :Mrs Allen\ Price nnd children Jacksonville visited :Mi. and ,UtivltleHOiace Klnailcv LakoMr Is spending some time GodwinRepresentative I
Another visitor at our place. |
sons. Rmrtal' and Gary.. (Jameswere Bnnford vlnlted her : :Mallie\ ClrlfdH StindivMr I Methodl. Sunday tI1t WelcomesPh.
but unwelcome. is an aimadlllo. of Mrs" : : and Mrs H E. Priest with his giand parents Mi
that roots around in played, nnd i akc And (ice parents. :Mr. and :Mri\l Jiuilnn' j and :Mis\ K D. Conneiwiie I School 945: am. Woishlp 11 I and I.imar spent the weekend and Mrs Frank Cruce and( Ph. 961-3321 I'' and Your

the ml :'Ie of the night and oienni nerved t to nppioxlmatelv at the State Farm last. week | Friday night guests of am. and 8pm. Player ("1-: with1; : aol Mrs. John Moi- family' The Cnicc\ ( fimllv

J Is prmirM to be a pest. first twelve children enjoying the :Mr\ and. MrsVnircn; Ulnod-. her p'Ll'pntH1'' :\[ IIndI": >,. W. cle 9am. :\lonlay.IYIo' ils In .lar-ksni.: Ala. visited :M'. and Dulr.' Martin\ 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your

occasion with them. worth had a10 guest Sunday,\; 13 Bloodwolth. Wednesday: : 8 pin Birnr-v: DobAnrl\ Casey: CIUCP and daughter In Au- Starke New Home
class The= critters
e are get-
;Mr. nnd :MIH. Hobei Tiivlor I I
nod ;Mrs Rim :Mairllle\ Thninton left the homi-. of
tins to oe numerous I we taw afternoon Sir Mis. WSCS:: met at Dnhns 1.11:1:| sons of Jacksonville uusta Ot the first part of
I nnd children. Chmlone./ HohN.t.Anl \ and,! Mrs; Ft. I Huston Vi .... of
R'nt11': ISnlph Sot tirday for :\11. Elite Miner Tu"sdiv: wr-p, Saturday visitors of last week.

one other eiosslna day, aroun-1 a highway noontime the I I ;Mary Louise, attended the Shirley; of !.en'C, Oi.: Virklo where her son .J. I U I Is urndiiatiiiR I last week with 9 pic-srnt; i I Mr and Mis' A. r>. Dohhs. Visiting. ATr, and! Mis B rViIkl The State ot FloridaIt
funeral of Allen Hall in Jack- and VVilRht or Pnliitka.Mis. ; fiom Offlrns' ('ii nrda!'! iteSi I Miss J. Blanchrul riesutert .
Shirley n/'i1. Mi.Mid Mrs Roy Hawes \ ..on throujh: the upok-
end 1 wne told that the onlyway Welcome and
) You Feel
sonville Saturday. Is Our Desire To Make
; Th'lmlIl'nnnll1: and* 'hool. lie will then .;u to the program: "You me' cal and son of F hllls. AH and end weic. Mis B J. Wilki-
to get rid of them Is
to 1 ..
Mr and! ;Mia Cecil Addition
stay up) at night and dye Jr and little son David of (granddaughter.! Cindy. and! flight! $<'lIOnTr.) ; ... Thol nton led" with everyone takIng:: |:.u't :Mis Ala I iv Williams of Hampton son. Ji and daii'thter, Mi To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
:Miss Herndon of l.ikr, City.? will lot urn home \Vednesdiy, The devotional brought
them the' tip-nment with a Galno"vllie'Ialted her I was WPP: Monday: visitors of and Mrs. James Wiordlns! and ,
patentsMr Mr. nnd ;Mrs, notiett, T.iv-. :Miss Patsy Sweat of Jai'ksonvllle by :\rr.s. Ernest Bailey After :Mrs Cl Duiban family and Mr. and MI's. JI'I'- I the
trusty shotgun. :\ and Mis Theodore Ko.sieiSlliul you are new in area, a phone
lor nnd dauirlitei'" :Maiv visited. her I'nrentl.Tr.::\ the business! session the hostess Mr. and Mrs Kenny Llnrev J'yVllklun nil of Jack"on-I
., '
ivAll recently vlsltrd :Mr l'OIlI"t"j, ; nnil, ;Mrs, :Mack Sweat Sunday sei.ej: ri-fie...hmentsHi I .t: Oa'nosvillp spent thp. wpek- I call will bring you a prompt visit

Flaillr Noh'hookO at the ; t i'. ind ;Mis ;-lOw.II'd RI'g- [ Olin :Melvin\ In ',' :Mr\ nnd ;Mrs :M: P. Larkinof ,t Baptist: Sundav end wl'h. her /piients MI' villeMr: r.r.d Mis Eugene Pearson -

TKLEGRPH.' istei, and family of Lake City I I :Mis Inez: Bloodworth vliltoclI the State Farm hud ns I School( 10 am Worship 11 a I nnd !Mis, Bill Patilck of Gdlnel trifle\ ] ..."ent Sun from your local hostess. Please give

were Tuead.iy. guests of hoi I her cousin. :Ml"*. 1 Kllzi: : I Hodges' \\eekend. RtieHt. theIr lighter, m. and 8 p.m. Tralnirm Union Mr day wltn their son-in-law and
.UK Mrs Frank Oilffls.
I her call! She has and
| In IlnA'lemol'l'I1: / llospitil. Wanda of Jacksonville.The I 7 pm, Midweek seivl-es: ; and ihll-ii-pn! who are station- rlall lIlti'. Mr and Mis Tom a maps many

I I Satin'day. Uiothoihood, of Half old I Wednesday: 8pmChurc'i ,I td In Bermuda visited Mr. Tatuii. J..... an-} attended the free and wonderful gifts for you

To Own Sunday, morning guests of I First; Biptlst: Church Is sponsoiing I of Oo.lSunday: and! Mrs E. J. Rauleison Met'iodlv' Church I
Easy Mr and Mrs VVarien Blond-I a ball team. Their first I Srhool 10 am.VOI''l'P'' 11 I from local! businesses.LAWSON'S. $ .j
I while on \acatloii Mrs John Mi :an'I Mrs Vnu-'h-i PI'''' ,
woithnere Johnie! jondmin of game \t.u15! plaY'I1Tonhy: ,! night am and 7:30:: pin YPF We'lncidnv ,
chlldien and LonmPifsrnu
I Prt'py or Arcadia, Is. spPl1dlnl' "ott and !
LOHGCHAMP HOMES Lake Butler. 'Tommy Hewettof with Sirdis Baptist Church of I 7':so! p m Piei mc't- I a few davs with the'ons Raul..l'- of KlnRs''! Lake. ,
(Oalnes tlle and 1 Mr Sontherland Spilnss. The I
Woithinjjton
: ins Flidav 7 ?0) )p i mHblilnd AnM'' '"', John Btowni1) were \.t'Wn'11"| :\ Hattie Da: I II
i of Lake Butler. 7-6 in favor of Sar- Suiidnsrhool
sroie was BiiilM l : : / MARKET
I' flf> Jacksonville' was a Sunday Icy aini :MKs Sinn' ih PI: :
:Mii\ Robert Taylor: attended' .lis 9:4': ') n 11'1. "O11m\ 1 11 1 1n ,
Custom Built
the fimojal of her mint. :Mm i There will hI"'I" / game each, m pn1 7:'JO: pm. 1'1\: <'1'I Cold Storage Grocery Store

Kiln Neal In Gainesville Thll.-1. :Monday night except :\fo"l:1y.) : median'fectiie''n': 7:10 7 : ,

Your Plans Or Ours day July -1. Folks; let's. hick our' I Choi'-! ",'aelke Satuidiy 7':10:! UNDERVATERVEED\ \ Ir

;>ri' nml, .Airs. John P young" ; people and turn out to p in. I 1'1\\ I
F"l'.I'
Your Lot Or Ours man of ;Melrose and ;\Mrs those games. I Fib' nds of Ml'\ K F rmo\, I ,,

7le: Thorn :ind niec-e. :Miss AII I II Philip1'Cullou: h Is in Tallahassee will be Pleased to hn"" u tint I CUTTING ... ., A..- .

HOME( : IMPROVEMENTS: : :Mb e Thonins .nf 1 lItwthol'ne: : this week for Boys lip nppens/; .. tti hp im."'o" innirnlv ,. 'ft: .

REMODELING: ; ALTERATIONS ited :Mr and :Mrs\ Kill hobbs State. I In Brndloi'l Conn'Hosnlul ), IF

and family and i :\Tr.1,11'.1'. :\ ; Vj foo...
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:Mi\ and :Mis Jull,in Dobbs "
Freeman Friday nil!.ht. j jOur I: awl family. Pa mand Stevie of Mis', E'ftc Mlnl""I'' -"'de'tlT ;' Drag-Line and Crane ServiceLET

3-BEDROOM HOMES (deepest. "sympathy, Roes. > wirlflini' of :Ml 0"1) IP1t71) i ii
.
ilnesville! visited Mr anJMis !
Will !llohoilsnnd ILL tk. aol John T i iI '
to :Mr and :Mrs. i
:\ i :''fii-shall I Uobbs Sunday I. ; US (TEAK YOITR LAKE PROPKKTY OF
family on the death! of hli I nt Rt cni't'il' u'u; \ r-o > "ii
FOR Bob ;McClunR of Stark1 IsIted WEEDS WITH (OITU
SALE NOW sister Mrs' flonna) Blair of Chinch Iii/ Jnrk'-niiM, I'] ''dutuu NEW MACHINi I: liSKNEI ) :-

.Tiikaonville. May (lOll com- :Miclviel I Ilubbs Satuicliy I lilY ('"rnll,'! The hi i I"'e, !1i I (; > rou THIS I'LUI'OSE.JiFrI"rI'R ;.

Small Down Payment f011ou! In ;you\ r NOHOWMr arlo,noon.MiS. i the fit.ua''tPr' "f Ml .1"1 i I Vi" I

\ and Mrs :Michiel; Dnhbs : and,. :Mrx Bubhy Anderson If,,1" v Fltspitilrk. s' ol FOR{ ; I1OATIN(; --- 15ATIIIMJ(: FISHING -

IN PINEIMIFR7K: !IWnivmiON ANI nnd ('hll
EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION were shopping in Like City and, lleihott (Oiiffis. nttended i h I'l'm''i'I'r''; ns h '1 11-'u ex1'ii'ss Let Us Prepare Your Beef and
the Snivliv, ..: S< hool Couiveti t lout
Satuid I ivMIstH n-'rnt I ure, ( f >' a i i line
Contact it I: I Uirkins I Chin ill i In P.,ikoi- Pork For Your Deep Freezer.
: :\ Foe Le.uh of Stiiko: sei, -il I ,irs n"*o
and Miss Beth l>obb.. County SlInIanll,; ) then on to IlI"'f'I1I'b!t"i>! p' Mi .i irlMr WEED CONTROL
1 spent *
will be
BUFORD MITCHELL visit :Mrs\ Amloisons sister, .' Ve will Pick-up and IJutcher. There a
Sunday afternoon at Jacksonville ) <- T L. V v ..tl1"1' i 'ui me
: Office Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238 Beach :Mrs' Floilne' Wnhlen in a Jacksonville Mis' Alice Ianfn' .1 I of Lai'Butli IMIONi) : !1-0071) AFTER I fi) P.M.: Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 per
I.I I.tr. I. Ile.id and Hide. Hoes 3c Ih. Cleaned Weight.
hospitil -. nd > C C per -
140 S. Thompson St. Starke Fla.Vft Mr" : Ti
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Mi, and Mrs Finnk Norman 1 :\ and MIH ;Marvin Tuckerof Hloirl'ihnthnm Of Ocnln. Ml' 1'. C). BOX :a:11{:!1 For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/ic' per Ih. with paper
and a daughter. Mis LaMar: .
Jacksonville visited, her prnI lurid ;\Mrs" N n Wain. 'it' '
Are Chamber of Heddlsh( and two children of j. ( (;ARDNIK) : STAUKI: FLA.
Commerce :Members Are I ents. :Mr and :Mrs Uiiffin( CJriffis of Hillyuond. and JackVain- \\'f Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers
You? If Not JOIN TODAY! Stnrkc vlllitc,1fr., ; and ;MisVVarien .
I Uloodwoilh Sunday of- Sundiy \\'J, I'l"t' Waveioss;. On Phone !ft(1-8281>( 218 Washington; St.I .
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KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS I I 1 t '1 4tn Cld I Franchise Muddle Causes Delay





d ; In Water Pipe Controversy_

By Mary Schaeffer -

Phone 173-1127 Another round in the water line fight between G. I gain." city agree it has damaged the

( E. Wiggins and the City of Keystone Heights ended la a statement made earlyin I Water Works property and

j Swimming Lessons lof four> from the airport in no decision last Thursday night with a motion to, the meeting, Chairman Roy will make restitution to the

The annual YMCA swImming I around the Keystone area, postpone final action until the next regular meeting I I Watkins left no doubt as to extent necessary! failed for
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his lack second.At
the of
position on Nighten- a
[ Instructions! sponsored;: and back. Mr Van Valln, air-j when City Attorney Berwick Anderson would be gale/ Street project. one. point LaRue commented *
Eby the i'.ci stone Rotary Club pnrt manager, talked to the
there to referee. "My contention I II! that "Mr. Wiggins. has
?" will begin\ Monday morning boys about.: the operation 01
? I Thursday's match had been Wiggins does tomorrow" La. there Is nothing wrong," he committed I a serious crime. He
,\\July 11. at which time regls- fluan" 'port, The Cubs also
billed as a showdown with the Rue said. Intimating. the pos- said. "We have completely filled has been successful:"
tiatbn: will start. Anyone 6 hiked to the Boy Scout Camp
I rir7T. j water works president on his ability of a suit being tiled by our obligation under" the Chairman Watkins. said ha
site Crystal Lake. \
.years ol a6"e or older may enroll on They
original that the city the water
works
were under the direction of V request against the franchise. Running of a second would entertain a motion.
,. 0 r re-lay 60O feet of six inch pipe line is completely unjustified \ denying/ Wiggins' proposals,
Cub Scouts See new Cub Master Jack Bannon e city.Upon
I to replace a stretch he said request of LaRue from the standpoint of
Keystone "'1'0111Ir nrH Assistant Cub Master. .i.. but other councilmen seemedto
was unusable when moved Clerk Joy Baker read Section service. The pipe Is not under'
feel the Issue could] not be
On Saturday, June 25, 12 Barry Wjnian.attention. New officer of Keystone Heights. Lion. Club: : lat. row ((1-r) \\lilloy Haynrn., lot without his "Knowledge or 12 of the City Charter which the pavement and it Is not I I resolved without further clariRealton
.
Cub Scouts of Keystone Bird Lovers vice. president: Joe \Mlclt president. ; George 'huoffer, 2nd the |president. ( 2nd row consent" during a street pav- sets forth the city's responsibility burled too deep. It was 3'a' of the charter.
:f Heights Pack 303 and their At a recent meeting of the
(I-r) George; MIISHH. secretary; Jack Bnnnoii Lion Tamer; Ray \\hiitiiN. Frank ing project. in the relocation of to 4 feet to begin with Mr.
flyng al Executive Board of the Councilman Walt Thomas
t1amilicj! enjoyed Key- fizzled
'Keystune Airpoit Pilot Lacy stone Heights! Woman Club N onr.>, and Charles .Mc<:ila\e. directors; Tommy IVIIlIlran ou1 ;olnf) director; andJlar The expected showdown utilities along street right-of- Wigging water line Is as wellor made a motion that. action bedeterred
( : +hun out however when new way depending upon whetherthe better located today ,thanit
Conway took them In groups held at the home of Mrs David -I Dunulilson past president.I IsHiies were Injected into the work was done before or was then." until the next regu-
r Nel. lar meeting when the city at-
>on on East Lakevlew
debate, involving complicated; after the effective date of the Herb Nelson, a spectator,
I Driv! Mrs Ronald Arrowsmith -I torney could be present to
I and hard-to-lnterpret provisions franchise. asked ". Is It or is It not .
KEYSTONEDriveIn of Melrose Rave a short of th** city charter relatIng Councilman Huntley Redfoam within the city?" referring give a legal opinion.
talk II to water franchises. On roll call the vote was:
I Sr. said he had read to the Nightengall
TheatreFri. | Her subject! was the Nation.I The stakes were drastically and re-read ,this! section and Street property.The For Thomas', motion Watkins -
al Audubon Society-its alms Donohoe, Rectfearn and<
Councilman
altered when was atlll In doubt as to its question was never
2 activities etc-and she made LaRue (one of a two- Thomas Against,LeRne. .
Sat.-July 1. George proper interpretation. Other clearly answel' I., but It wan
the rxrltins announc-cnvm man committee named at the councilmen seemed to be brought out that, "Mr. Wiggins The next regular meeting

1 that Keystone Heights has I Jr June It meeting to negotiate equally in the dark has not paid city taxes on it" will he Tuesday, July 12.

l.Ne1fer been chosen for the location, with Wiggins) suggestedthat Redfoarn said ,that what "Then it must not be in the

of a new Chapter of the SoI the water works presi- "really bothered Mr. Wigginswas city," Nelson Hal..].

iB1, Fuuq. I ciety. dent would accept the laying not no much the project At one point in tho debate
This! ; urea is considered an'' of a 2-inch. line along the now In debate as the expense Mayor Al Nelson challenged i This

.j@te ideal oPt as Its low marshy : ..r: stretch in question. He said that will be Involved in relocating the statement that Wiggins man
E3rraiCfllOir / aiea.-, lakes, and high dry di,4: this could be done at a cost water lines on several wanted a $2,300 settlement. I

'MIUVBIOir- fROM WARNER SRO: ground attract not only reSIdent I of around $325: for materials, streets that are to be paved "MrVlgglns has made no' can help
nesting birds and waterfowl / pluM city labor for a total expense in the future. such request" Nelson saId. ,

I Sun.. iMon., Tues. bur is now a principal of "less than J500. "Me already took a, beatingon "Then we've got no problem :

July :3, t, 5 stop-over for migrating birds lf.L Lof "What the Council. does tonight Lakevlew Avenue" Roclfcarn ," Watkins commented you!

There will be an organizational : determines what Mr. said "and doesn't fed LuKims motion that the

MOMENTTO meeting at the town I .. j that this should happen u- I far complete. protection yoe
hall In early September to .
.. I need )insurance that Is i adaptable
discuss the formation of Officers tliei newly organized LJonellua. Club from left): Helen Ull.lt, president to changing protection
MOMENTWed. chapter! This will also Viola RidaughtIs Keystone OES ing .it 6pm. Tickets are now needs That't what you get
In-I I ; :Nell:; V kite Herretary" treasurer; llarys'hIIl'U..r/ Tail Twister" : mill. l"ut1- In Gulf life policy with
available every
clude folks! from Starke mint, director. :Not:.; Jui-kson 1st. vice For ,
pictured: Kdjtli !! preNlilent; und Helen'' Rumba, EngagedTo AdjournsFor Adapt-A-Plan. example
., Thur.-July 6, 7 Melrose director. a mortgage policy can be
A bulletin will be placed In Rodney Paul SummerAt adapted to provide retirement

the Rev-tone post office In To each oflic she f fa ) 'Income, Ask this friendly Gulf
CHARADEwith
pr, presented NEWS NOTESBy
AUKU.I. with further detailsof Keystone Lions And Lionel/as/ tiny package: to President Mr. and, Mrs. Harold L, the regular meeting List life Reoreientative about IttHUM

Uie meeting, to which the Ridau. ht, Sr., of Keystone Friday, Keystone Heights .
1I..len'II 1t, she Helen : .
Cary (Crant: I < gave diplomacy ) EganCOSIMl'NITY t
l Continued On Pale 161 Install Officers In Joint EventOn ; to Secretary-Treasurer Heights announce the engagement Chapter 279, OES honored
of their daughter. Jessie May Hicks
Associate r
Nf'1l'hlle, integrity; to Board ? ; r
M. Member Dot Winans Loyalty; Viola, to Army Pfc Rodney Oraridconductresa: of the : CIIURCIIDr. 4 t xrl

Mondny evening, June 27, Chairman George" Schaeffer And to Tall Twister Mary K, C. Paul, lIOn of Mr. and Mrs. Orand Chapter of Florida. Albeit C Holt, pastor

1 I I 11 Lions. Ladies. Night WHS' for the Florida Foundationthe Schaeffer, humor. The tall- Caribou Paul. Route 1,' Mel- This was the last meetingfor of Community Church, had

held nt the Masonic Hall Fol- Blind was commended< for twister's "pot" was 'blessed" rose.The the summer The next regular the honor of accepting a large

'ld ( aI lowing a delicious dinner prepared the money collected, In the by the honored guest of the bride-elect Is a graduate meeting. will be held Oc- Bible for the auxiliary pulpit,

I by 1 Kitty :Mi-Glave. ] Helen 1968 drive: he almost made evening, Rotary. President of Keystone Heights High tober 4. a gift from Mrs, Joann Os-
I r r r Wildt. and Lucile :Massa: plus his goal of 1000. He accept. Wally Muhlhofer, who made a School and Is now employedwith On August 26, Robert Morris lorne of Jacksonville Mrs'

'V covered dishes from other ed two plaques. for sustaining generous donation. the Alachua County Day will be celebrated witha Osloine'\, ,; late grandmother\
Llonellas, there was installation members (who donated $25 sheriffs' office covered dish supper at the" \
was organist of the Fln.tJ
I I i Lion Dewey Henderson spoke ;\
of officers of both clubs, each), namely, tho K. I, Du- Pfc Paul. Is a graduate of Masonic Hall Details will be J Presbyterian Church for -.
house(
briefly on the Show
and awards. Pont de Nemours Co., and Keystone Heights High School announced later. 21), ) '1'Ubk! KKlllfK.\J4N; Jr.
during those
years same
which will be sponsored by the /
... Uiatnct Governor Charlie Bill Scales Lion Schaeffer also and is serving with the 864th Sept. 20 has been set for Phone 4734310liot
that Dr. Holt
Lions 13, at the was pastor. The
on August
:McGlave: Foundation Pin. the Official Visit. There will 883
: presented the awards received the Engineering Battalion In VietNam j
Lake Point Farms dedicatory gift was In mem- .
for various The 100 Certificates of be a banquet in. the Keystone Height Flo.
things. Appreciation communications
as a
V r--f/i/ Ii ; New Linn Officers Installedby ity Church commun-I ory of the late Clarence Em- .
., per cent attendance pin. this for the line work done on the sperlah.it
I Continued! On Pare 181 I
IncludedJoe
I year, in the shape of the state Convention Parade float wentto Governor M
.- .-. of Florida was. given to Col John and Gertrude Beiiiler< Wildt, President; First early spring. ,
; John Beidler. Tom Bryant, and to Dick and Dee Spopce-; VIce-PreHldent, Whitey Haynes +,r .,'

i j :Marshall I onnlrlson, Jack Hib- Thomas ; Second" Vice President, /rf"I
Gold Head Park i
ti3 ,. OJ'; George Schaeffer Secretary, '. 1II1 -
; .
erstroh James (Jack) Jack- For the first time, a Llon-
George"/: Alaska; Treasurer, Attendance High r
/ son George Mansa, Tommy of-the-year Award was given;
"L Milllcan, Flank wentto James Jackson'! Lion Turner a
Nooney. Ray a lovely engraved plaque grf I01+
,., '
Jack Buiuion., and Tail Twist '
; visited
Winans, George Schaeffer Lion haeffer. Almost 100,000 persons -
Joe Wildt, I Dewey> Henderson, President I< Marsall Donaldson er. Martin Ramos. Board Gold Head Branch State'''

FEDDERSFLEXHERMETIC and Gov McGlave himself then presented Gov. Mc Members will be Ray Winuns, Park near Keystone Heights'

Some men had one year of I Glave a plaque from the club (Frank Nooney., Tommy Milll- from last July 1 through May
cnn, Charlie' McGlave and 31. according to State Parks
perfect attendance, while others In appreciation for helping I
had as many as live put Keystone on the map Marshall IJonnld>lnn, KxPreaIdont Director Bill Miller A total)!

WHOLE-HOUSE The Key Membership pin Lionella Kitty, McGlave Installed ( Honaldson. received the of 4,7 Million persons visited I l

went to Frnnk Nooney and J the officers of the 100 per cent President's Pin one or more of the state's 511

AIR CONDITIONINGgoes George/ Schaeffer, who ca<'h newly formed i club, althoughsome fur 1II!} 5fl.. parks and historic memorials'

brought/ in two members.! were unable to be there CnlnmovrJ4/ ( taken on the during the same period. This

in fast costs less Convention Parade by Lion I represents: an Increase of 10

John P. Cuendet two grandchildren.< Simian' were shown at the conclusion per rent over the same period
during the previous fiscal
held
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Funeral services were of the evening I
Services HeldIn at 2 pm. Wednesday. in the year.

DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at ,
GulfportJohn Keystone Heights with Rev.
Redfearn

Appliances / )Paul morning l CMendet.nt hN M,home'liedSnlnrdnv William Interment Worstall was in Gadar.i officiating\ Cemetery i i' CLOSE OUT MORE THAN EVER BEFOREAT

Putnam Hall.
t 173.125'21I ;] :>> on White !Sand; (Lake near Keystone near

Heights/ 1966
He had resided\ there fnr t hpplt..t
': HEIGHTS, FLA. Pickups Crash SAJLE
four )venrs, coming from Merchandise

,i,CJnlfpnrt.] Miss, utter his retirement At Lake Geneva; FIRST FEDERAL
from the carpentry
1
trade Charges FiledPropt' J. Refrigerators

: S'irviv.i:, ,' are his widow estimated
1 ty damage
.lennette Cui-nrtet: four sons.
at $700 resulted from a col-
F.. C. Cuendet. of Keystone, J. 11. lon or two pick-up trucks 13 Single Door $139. w.t.
r. P Cuendet Jr., of Dallas, Tex- .
as. Charles, A Cuendet of on SR 100 near Lake Geneva 14 Double Door ( ) $189 w.t.
Trailer!!! Park at 3:15: pm copper .EFFECTIVEJULY: .: .
Rlidcll La; and Robert Cuen-
1 dot of Waukeeaan.! Ill" one Thursday. June 23, 14 No-Frost $239. w.t. 1 1. flan/

brother, L A. Ctiendet of Gulfi I officers According, employees to Investigating of fienderson's 11
Freezer
i port Miss; and a III"ter11'11: $139. w.t.Washers 4
Service Center at Key- .
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Sally Lloyd of Hjnsvoro, :Miss.Fula
stone were returning a car
1 I ral services were held I to a customer at Lake Geneva : @' .
I nt 11 am Monday In Oultport, PEU ANNUM:
The driver of the customer'scar
1'r followed by Interment In Floral ANTICIPATED
I signalled for a light; han
Oardrns at Hansboro. Mire 3 DIVIDENDKATE::
D''V/itt C Jones Funeral turn, and Johnny Moon, who Cycle $159. w.t. :
was following in a pick-up
nf Heights 2 Speed 2
Home Keystone Cycle $169. w.t.
truck, went off the right side
r,1, vas III) ,hare: :: of local arran e.men' .
of the road to avoid a collision 2 3
Speed Cycle $189 w.t.
and applied hK brakes
'r( On Passbook Savings Accounts which threw him back across 3 Cycle Dryer $125. w.t.

E. E. Stallings road, where he collided -- ,
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,i Of Lake Geneva with another pick-up being: RANGES QuarterlySavings
..1 f -Illll. r driven toward Keystone b\

Died Monday Woodrov Cox of Lake Geneva 30 Inch (copper) $129. w.t.
The vehicle driven by
41/2 Per Cent Edward K (Red' stallings Moon overturned In the highway 30< Inch J1n iueur.$239.. w.t. L
71. of (Luke. Geneva, died! !Monday : _
In thp LokI City vetfrant
Moon wall brought to Bra'i-
t hospital after an extended Ill T. V.
On f'Frlific.ilp-4 of Deposit) fleas ford County Hospital and held and Loan AssociationOf
overnl. nt for observationbut 19 Inch Portable $129. w.t.
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Held For One Year. He! vas born In Clark Coun- without
released Friday
ty, :Miss on May 25, 1800 and
21 Inch Portable
had resided in Lake Genevafor apparent serious Injuries He $159.w.t. Starke!

many years. He was a retired was charged with failure tc (\V. T.-Working Trade)
employee of the Florida have vehicle under control Skk1111111gg1g/ 218 North Temple Ae -:- !'hone 061-0500;)

Park Service, a Methodist, a Dam:1gto: / the pick-up WHEELER DISCOUNT
KEYSTONE STATE BANK was estimated at $300 foi r
member of the American Legion
j and Henderson, and: $400 for Cox
a Veteran of World
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights F1 L War I.Surviving, APPLIANCE STOREBetween '


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Community' Arias., slater, Mrs. s
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Club. Wednesday for a ten day Game Saturday night between Vlce-Pifsident: were enroute svvvvvvvvYvYvvvvvYvY.. day at Kingsley Lake. Air. and Mrs/ Ray Evans and New Books AddedAt

KEYSTONE Larry Is Nine campuvi; trip to Alexander I Gainesville! and St. Peters- home from their Father's day :Mr. and Mra. Charles Long- famll yand all enjoyed an out I

Lary cioethe great grand- Springs; In the Ocala National burg.Mr. visit to their son and daughter MAXVILLE wells and family of Parkers- door barbecue at the Evans

HILITES ton of Mrs. Frank M. Wai-! Forest. and Mrs. Ernest Roth- respectfully but due to burg, W. Va. arrived here last home LibraryThe

ruth. Si1., celebrated hb ninth Congratulations\ to the Tom hammer of Tulsa Okla. and their Hatching: cold, their trip D, Mrs. 1\. C. SladeI Thursday for a visit with Mr. books have
following
birthday on Thursday June Bryn-its who became grandparents Ernest's sister Mrs. L. E. was by plane instead of by Phone 289-4491 and Mrs. Bob McClung and 17 Traffic
23. with a party at the White July 9. when Ronald Cren.vhuw: of Muskogee, Okla. I family. been added to the Public LI-
(Continued From Page 131] train which caused absenceof 6 6 brary shelves in recent weeks:
Feather Court Beach. Larry Alan Biyant. son of James stopped overnight lust Monday them'I I. Arriving Friday will be Mr.

general public will be Invited and hit mother Mrs. Camille and Pattie Bryant was born at the home of Mr. and their, wives, who met :NOTICE" and Mrs. Tom Wilson from Deaths Predicted Gascoyne House oa Green

The equipment needed for Goethe, are visitors from at St. Luke's Hospital in I Mrs. Glenn Rothhammer. at the: airport at the same A siivlng: will be held Saturday 1 Parker burg. W. Va. for ai: Apple Road, My Friends From

this fascinating healthful Goose Bay, Labradore. Mrs.' Jacksonville.. I Tuesday am. they went on time :m .uncheon was called. night starting/ at 7:30: : visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob! Over 4th WeekendThe Cairn ton, Never Call It Lov

hobby is simple-a copy of Goethe i ID the daughter of the Jack flnberstroh and daughter to the home of Ernest's bro- The uiixt luncheon mel'tlnfl'': pm. at the Congregational McClung before moving into ing Spring Always Comes.

Peterson "Feild Oulde to Lawience Walrattis. Pal.tygueKts Marcia left Wednesday ther. Will Rothhammer in will ba July 14 at 12:30.: Holine.vs Church here. the Randolph Crosby hou.ie. Florida Highway Patrol Shooting Script Fantastic

Birds" and a pair of binoculars. included David Few, morning for Indiana, where Umatllla. Ernest brought us covered dish, and this will be I one is invited to Mr. and Mrs Charles Long- predicts that 17 persons will Voyage. The Embezzler Rescue .
EverY-I'
7x35:! tingle focusing. Ann- Nelson. Steven Nelson. they will visit various: relatives the sad news that Grant the only notice. so give your CELEBRATES: wells and family and Mr. and die in traffic crashes on Flor.Idl'S Mission, Stalemate. The

If the number of bird-feed- "Sam" L Christine] Brokas. in various towns. Rottibtimmer.: former residentof attention and tell your' friend.-) FIRST :Mrs.: Bob McClung and family I streets! and highways Competitor, There Is A Sea

and Shirley Ann Bush Irs Huntley Relfearn Jr. : of Mr. : all enjoyed an outing Saturday during the 78 hour Fourth of son., No One Hears But Him,
ers in Keystone Heights Is Melrobe. lost his left leg to b"'liii! table service, plusa I ClaCoverdale: son
indicative of the widespread Here 'N There and daughter. Julie, are visitIng to cancer, at the Muskogee/ sOil\ in'* utensil for yowr and Mrs. Dave Coverdale celebrated 1 at Kingsley: Beach. I July holiday period, startingat Tal-Pan, The Naked Runner

interest in our feathered Mr. ani; Mrs. Wayne Hen Mrs. Redfearn's parents Veterans Hospital. He will be covered tiish.! your own bev- his first birthdaySatmcta I Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig-, 6 p.m. Friday July 1, until Eighty Million Eyes: His

ft lends. our local chapter is derson were In town last Mr. and? Mrs. John Webb, In there at least six more weeks. I'ragandwlch/ and dessert i :; afternoon June 25. I'glnbotham and grandchildren midnight Monday July 4. I I Weight In Gold, The Adventurers -

boun t3: be a success. weekend seeing Mr. Henderson's Boca Raton. Friends wishing: to write to plate. Clay was one on June 22. Pattv, Wayne: and David En"-", "Dlsuueuience of traffic I The Sum and Total of
resident of I ll.sh all spent Sunday at the' nals and laws will be a Slg-j'Now, The Premlem, Double
Attention Book Lovers father a Mr end Mrs. Charlie Mc- him mail to this address: of members Other a little guests Joining ,

Gooa news for everyone White Feather Court, and Olave and two daughters left Ward 2-B. Veterans Hospital.Muskogt'e. vacatluiiing Many, our about to visit al I him were Cheryl and Jeffery I I James Waters cottage on tributing; factor to this Image, Columbella, The Comedians .

of their many or and! 'Grandin Lake. 1' j jGuiy less slaughter," says Coil H. Those Who Love, The
'who loves to read; now you some Keystone Tuesday morningto Okla. Mrs. Roth- relatives In northern cities! North of Jacksonville :

may reaC: in solid comfort at frlendJ.' They also spent some drive to Philadelphia, hammer Is staying with her Mrs. Either Krueger Cheryl Johnson. I HigKlnbotham. son of I N. Klrkman, director of the Source.

the Keystone Heights! Libraryfor time packing their household where they will visit for a daunliter.\ Mr. and Mrs. L. M. tained her Roger STORK SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgln-| Department of Public Safety. I Non-Fiction: Flying Sauc-

they now have alr-condi- goods for their new residenceIn week, then on to New Yolk Millitan' of Tulsa while her Mrs.\son enter-I MI. John Waters and Mrs. 'botham spent last week in I "Traffic signs and signals ers Fatal Impact, Churchill

tlonlne i! If you are a harried Tampa. Until recently City for the Lions International huslru.d it in the hospital. and gomeiy..{rnntichlldren' last Harold Stubbs entertained!) Lawtey with his uncle and jaunt j represent the expert planningof I The Missile Crisis, In Cold

housewife with awful offspring they were Keystoners.Mr. Convention for a week and Mrs. K:: W. Stelnart's guest end. Later she plans to visit last Saturday afternoon at 4 Air. and Mrs. James persons who are skilled and Blood, The Last Battle, TheO

why not bring them and: Mrs. J. A. Williams then to Deleware for a visit for two or three weeks is a her otner son and wife. Mr. p.m. at the Waters home witha Waters and family. [ experienced In safety kn.ow-I
all don to the library for a of Lake! Santa Fe and their with friends for a time. They cousin. Mr& Lottie Wallace and Mrs. Philip Montgomeryin stork shower honoring Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum how" Kirkman said. un- ther's Court, The Bonaparte! ,

daughter. Mrs Edward A. will be: guests of Congressman from Jacksonville.: Her guests Jerry Stubbs. and family of Jacksonville returned less ,they are heeded
heavenly quiet afternoon In Chicago.! Ill, and! go on to Unsafe At Any Speed. Papa
cool comfort? It will Improve Trlmmtns of Albrook Air Billy Matthews in Washington Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Wiscoii.in, her former home Games were played and home last Tuesday, ly they will prove faithful-I

everyone. disposition! Force Base. Canal Zone have D. C. and will gee Carl Herring and family. "Mr. Roland! Coutu I is planning prizes awarded\ to Mrs. Ver- from Md.a visit with Mr.in LexingtonPark and Mrs. I avail in preventing Hemingway.:

Garden Club Committee retu-ned t from a twoweek'strip the VIP tour of the city. Congratulations to Coach a month's visit! next month non Gordon, Mrs. O. L, Norman to motorists and
Don Eichelaor and and
Chairman Appointed to Vassalboro. Maine. Tommy and Peggy Prevost Herring and wife on the arrival with his sons and family in and Mrs. John North. the family Twenty-one persona died on I TilE RIGHT POINT fur the

where they attended the grad- celebrated their 7th wedding of (1\ baby boy on June Massachusetts.Thi. Refreshments of cake, coffee spent remainder of tho Florida highways during; the
Thu Executive Board or the : week here with Mr. and Mrs.
uation ceremonies at Oak anniversary on Monday evening 17. and punch<: were served after last 78-hour holiday weekend, \\ ny you write Come In and
Oarden Club of the Lakes ..- first service project of Vince Taylor and family.
Grove School of Miss Timm- June 27, with dinner Mi.-u Terry Jones of Jacksonville -I the honored /guest openedher according to Florida Highway delect favorite KSTKRBKOOK :
anda the AARP -
held a business meeting Chapter was Goodwill Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown- your
ins. grarddaughter of Mr. and and a movie in Gainesville is here for a weeks many: lovely and useful Patrol) records.A .
lunchecn. at the home of Ini! uitrics' of Jacksonville Ing visited Sunday afternoonIn
... Mrs. Williams. and daughterof Col. and Mrs. John Strongare visit with her uncle and aunt RlftS. fountain prn. TELK-':
Mrs. Albert Bachmann on where over 100 handicapped Jacksonville with Mr. and
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Timmins. visiting: their married Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Hagrg- Anions the 15 guests from
Lake Geneva recently for the people are rehabilitated Mrs AI. C. Browning.Mr. (;KAPH.Plaatic .
Paula and her cousin. Miss daughter in Delaware this luna. Jr.Dick out of town were Mrs. Vernon Clarified Ad In the TKLE-
purpose 01 making plans for and trained. The chapter and Mrs Vince I
Bea Smolka of Alexandria I week. and Martha Durbin John Sirman of Taylor
Gordon Mrs. Notebook $2.50: at the
woik ahead. Mrs. contributed of CiK.UMI .
number resuultus.IIEAIUNG
the year 1 a bring
Va., sailed via Grace Lines, Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer of Tampa are here visitingher Jacksonville: Mrs. James Nor- and family visited Saturdayafternoon I
Bachmann. the Club's first Goodwill haps some two
from New York for the Canal and Martha visited Mr brother. Mr. and Mrs. years man and:! Mrs. O. L. Normanof In. Jacksonville with TELEGRAPH.
Vice President and programfor ago when there was a deposItory -
Zone t;) spend the summer and Mis. Paul Meng in their C. C. Corey. Jr. for several HI hland. --
the coming year present- station. Ernest Pavey
months. Paula will attend lovely new home near Hampton !a ys. The community extends
chairman for the coming year called Mrs. Egan last weekin
Sullins College In Bristol Va., Sunday afternoon. Linda! DeValencla daughter their sympathy to Mrs. Louise
presented some Interesting regard to inquiries as to"picktm"
in the' fail. Mrs. Timmins left Nlc;) to see Janie McMur- of Mr. and Mrs. George Mllleon) the death of her I
At this here. articlesor
program patterns. Small JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYPET
this week via jet from Jacksonville try home from summer schoolat DeValencia.(!! Is home for a son Mitchell Tyrone Miller,
mee<,ins: the complete year'sprogram bugs; may be deposited In
: for Panama. Col Tim- Troy State College In Troy. few days: from the University.She 19 of Indiana. Young Miller
was outlined. One the Gainesville: store. 601 N.
mins U assigned to the U.S. Ala., last weekend. will be leaving for Columbia lost his life Sunday of last
outstanding program will be W. 8th Ave.. Mr. Phillips In ,
Air Force Southern Command! First to welcome new res>l- South America the week when he dove Into shal- ANTIQUES AID SHOP
the demonstration on the an- charge or the depository inStarke i
Headquaiters. dent Air. and Mrs. Thad J middle: of July. Mrs. DeVal- low water In Ohio At the
tinquelng of flowers by Mrs. on Winn-Dixie lot
Mrs. M. L. Beasley and Royall to Keystone Heightsare encia's mother. Mr. Lana Ar- time of his death he was liv- TilE
Thomas J. Williams of Jack- However: the Industries will
In
ANTIQUES For Best Hearing SeeSONOTONE-
daughter Marian were house- Mr. and Mrs. Charles bona and brother. Thomas ing with a sister In Indiana.He .
Pet
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sony1? Ic. now accept and collect furni Kongo Shop
huntlii.i: in Tallahassee on Wallenlus whose home the Jones of Key Largo are here is survived by four other Bought-Sold-Appraised
The President. Mrs. L C. June 14 preparatory to their Royals have purchased. The for a visit. Mrs. Arbona will ture. They are now recarlngchairs ( sisters and three brothers. FurnitureChinaGlassSilverBrassOil Poodles Malte'se-Llusss*

Stri|>''lnj7.:; announced the appointment moving; to that city to be Royals have always had a yen stay for the summer. at 17c per hole, other Burial was held last Thursday Paintings POODLE GROOMING

of the following closer to Mr. Beasley's home for Lake Geneva, and after The ordination of William prices ore 29c. Mr. Pavey In the South Prony Cemetery OF JACKSONVILLE"The Sweaters Collars, Tags,

committee chairmen: Garden office They were successful spending many summers in Poppell was held Thursday at suggested! that when anyonein near Macclenny. John One Piece or a Hmi.se Full I Strongest and Smallest Pet Supplies

Center and Library, Mrs. Leon what wanted, this chose the WallenIus the St. Catherine Church of Keystone area would like BirdF1shI1snster.DaiPy *
in finding they area M. Brinkley Funeral Home of Hearing Aid in the World"Only
Wagner Horticulture. Mrs to contribute large Items as loa Ward Sc Sun. 10-8 P.M.
: and will be moving about home on Lake Geneva Jacksonville. Attending were Macc'enny' was In charge of Antiques Co. Hearing Aid Mode
well clothing shoes, electric <'
as -
R. P. Vogh; Programs. Mrs. July 15 On Thursday. Don- for their future retirement his family and MI' and Mrs. arrangements.!( 3572 St. Johns Ave. 22 Went Monroe Closed Tuesday

Albert Bachmann: : Publicityand ald Falcon and his mother home For the present, Mrs. John Strawn Mrs. Amlnda appliances! which aid Staff Svt. Jessie Padgett: of Jacksonville 353-1463 8939 Herlong Rd. NormandM
greatly In the rehabltat.on Jacksonville 387.1379
Public Relations Mrs. R. :Mrs. Jon! McGee. both of Royall's' parents, Mr. and Hlllyp- Miss Iva Hillyer F't. Sill Oklahoma and son- Section
H. Sch.ieberger: Ways and pro' ram.; that Mrs. Egan not- 1 Call ('oll.-('t W. Jacksonville 781-280O
Starke. met Marian In Tallahassee Mrs. Robert A. Thompson. :Mrs Robinson and Mrs. John in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
ify hln by phone or card
Means, Mrs. J. Miller Wrinke lolned them will the lake Robin.0.1.(, Mrs. H. C. Spires, BOnny
end she Thompson! enjoy and aritmements, will be Marlin Coleman was J'I Auto Sales! & Service SHOP! PIANOS-OROANS
and Mrs. Ira Raye Birds
: to New OrleansLa. home :Mrs. James Lackey. Mrs. Edward -
for a trip I promoted to Staff Sgt.:
1
made for collection Now that
and Conservation Mrs. Fremont stopping itt Panama Cityto Mr. and Mrs Wallenlus will Allen! and Mrs. Ovid' friends will be Interested to WESTSIDEVolkswagen Mason & Hamlln Pianos
house c-leanlng( is about over.but ,
lolles- Legislation.! Mrs. pick up Mr McGee. Mar- miss their wonderful neighbors Gano of Melrose. I September will be along know his orders) for Viet Nam FIELDSHOBBY Hammond Organs

E. D. Longnecker: Corsages ian was to return home on : however. the distance is Mrs Ovid R. Oano's sister have been canceled. The fam- Inc. Magnavox Organs
SHOP Inc.
shortly. cottanrers and home-
and l Flower Show. Mrs. Em- Monday evening of this week. short, end they hope that Mr. nni;! Mrs. Walter Leotold::! ily will remain in Oklahoma "You Get A Good Deal At-

ery Cooper; : High School Oar- afte"- visiting in New Orleans i they. and other friends. will of Barlow and her mother. i makers, perhaps you can until September when he receives AUTHORIZF.D DEALER
make contribution.. Just A Complete Line of
deners. Mrs. Lena Clemens and Donnldsonvllle. La. with i: visit ibBm: at their new homeat I Mrs. Selentla West of Gainesville I I 1 other orders.
and Mrs. L E. Harris; Antl- 1 call Mrs Egan 473-4748. Sales jCSTX". Parts Boat & Airplane Builders Sup F. O. MILLER
1 relatives\ : of Mr. Falcon. BcllJitr Point. were Satuiday guestsMi's. Larry Axtell of Cecil Field Service ;fJ..
,"Lltte.-BiiB!!,"' Mrs' Jayt I i ':ffj Body Shop gl1e5peclal1zlnl? In Radio .
Mu. Anile Deegan and son, H. Finn's Sunday coo -
and of MI's. Louise
nephew Controlled Models H_ "Ww '_ *,... ,Twos'
Strickland: Trees. Mrs Roy ; v'vvvyvvvv'vvvvvvvvvvy'vMELROSE ,i u.'fi.8 Tt of/
School, 8
David of St. Petersburg are Class: at Ellam Baptist Miller and Mrs. J. Marlin Open p.m.

Bridges and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell guests: or the M. L. Beasleys. spent Thursday at Cres- ( I Coleman returned home Saturday -(/I 5 p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday I arid Equipment .Jacksonville

: Roadside Development Mrs. Deegan and Mrs. Beas- cent Beach. ThE :! after a 10-lay leave In 1150: LAa'E-;!: SOUTH Open Evenings till 9 PM.

Mrs. Don Pangborn; Land- leY' are sl ters. : Harvey. Illinois with his Phone Jacksonville 381-3111 SAWS I

scape Design. Mrs. LawrenceF. Don Shackleford attendedthe NEWS NOTES 602( So. Edgewoo4JaeksonvlUe

LaM t': World Gardening National Rural Letter By Sally Rothhammer Riptlit mother.Mrs Bobby Godwin and Parrish MotorsSALES 38886S2Men's PEARSON'SSaw

Mrs. Sam Gardner: Telephone Carriers'. Association State AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS (IContinued From Page 13] First Baptist' Rev J. D family and Mrs. Nettle Midg- & Knife

Mrs. Aleene Adle: Adle: Convention! In Gainesville on Bowen pastor: Ralph Cop-
and Awards, Mrs. Dan Pater. ( Satur- Duplicate! Bridge winners ery MacKinnon, Mrs. Oslorne's land organist. ette spent several days last & Boy'sVeal SALES & SERVICEALL

Thursday. Friday and last week: 1st placeMrs.. father Mrs Oslorne and week in Ft. Lauderdale with SKKVICEPARTS : 'OLro TYPES OF SaWS
Reading ProgramIn day of last week. On Satur- I Worship services : Sunday
I Ray Becker and Mrs. Bill family were present at the relatives.Mrs. 5027 Broadway Av.
Full Swing day e%(!nlng. Don and wife Glvens; 2nd place. Mrs. H. morning worship service when 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. (nursery Avory Slade and daughters Duality Clothe for :Men an Jarksonvtlle EV 4-3181

Keystone Heights Librar- Jenny attended tne closing T Dent and Mrs W. J. Giolick t:, tin* presentation was made. f) *?Wednesday! 7:30: p. m \ visited Saturday In 32 Years As A Dealer Boys Since 1919"

ian. Mrs. Helen Lawrence banquet at the Gainesville : 3rd place- Mrs. Emory ] The first of the special Sunday School! 9:45: a. m Hampton with Mr. and Mrs.' Always Good Used Cars Van Heusen SEWING MACHINES
Stetson
Hats
announces the names of the Holiday Inn. One feature of Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh: Sewin.1; Days for the Fall Bazaar fnursery openl. Training Union J. V. S'.aile.: 921 Laura St. Jacksonville .

winners for the first week of the convention was the Golf 4th place11I'S. Paley Boyd was hold in the educational 6:30: ( p m. [nursery open] Mrs. D B. Grlffls visited Phone 336-5634 McGregor Gold Cup Sox SINGER:" AUT. ZIGZAG

Reading( Clubs activity at the tournament at the Ironwood. : and Mrs. John Strawn. ( building oa June 29. Catholic last Tuesday In Jacksonville Automatic Transmission tjomplete Formal Wear RentalalounqmcnsShop Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet

local library: Dorothy Nelson Country CK'b. Don took partIn with Belle Glddens and
MI'
PERSONALS '
This was an all-day meeting St. Williams-Fr. Edward A. Sold New over $300
and
won
was awarded $1 In the Treasure the tournament Dean Brown son of Mr. devoted largely! to planning. Kirby. pliest In charge. Mrs. Mrs. Ellis:; Giddens and daughters Automatic | Bal. $73 or $3.00 Per Month'

Hunt' Club; and Barry second place. and George and Mrs Adro Brown, arrived Members attending brought a E. A. Lamm organist. Ideal Sewing CenterALL

Andrews received 50c as the Herb Nelson In on home Sunday from a visit in sandwich for the luncheon SundaY-Mass, 7:30: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar WIlkInson Transmissions & 310 Main Corner DuyalJack.80nville

winner In the Bookworm SchaefJer dropped Ft. Lauderdale. after having break. :Mrs. Irene Williams, Monday Inquiry Class. 7 pnd family, Mr. and MAKESNew

Club. They were declared outstanding friends.. Ray and Plo Becker. 1 two nice weeks with his uncle sewing chairman was In p. m. Novena and Benediction. Mrs. Joseph Lucas and family. Motor Exchange and Used MacfalnM
Saturday
last -
readers of the week. on Lake Mason. and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald charge.: 7:30: Claude Green. Cliff and Michael BIG DDDYVI.T 848 Cassat Ave.
ThU title Is and after a pleasant afternoon -I p m. Jacksonville 389-5071
Judged not only Elchler. Friends of Mrs The new Church Sanctuarywill SlaJe enjoyed last week- Remanufactured Transmissions :MOTORCYCLESHONDA

by the number of books read they were lucky Adro::! Brown will be happy to be open daily. during the -InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity end camping at Black CreekIn Motors
TRACK SERVICE
but also by the quality and enough to be invited! for dinner hear that she is home from office l'ours of the church I Church Dr Middleburg.< By Quality Craftsman

suitability of the selections which they thoroughly Alac'nua General Hospital after Secretaiy. Mrs. Helen Warren I A. C. Holt, mlnlst.t'IMrs' : Rocky Dale Wall, son of I 2097 W. Beaver: St. RAY'S

as well. Prizes for the first enjoyed.Mr. a few days stay. from 9 till 12 noon. An George Canova, organist, Mr. and Mrs. Marston Walls Jacksonville 33.14771CAMPERS : :

weelo were donated by and Mrs. Louise Kyle Atlo and Anna Lee's guests invitation!( is extended to mem- Sunday &'hool. 9:30: a. m was a patient recently in MOTORCYCLES TRACK SERVICEPortable

Ducky's. Awarls for the next were in Valdosta last week to. for a few days are Mr. and bers and friends< to visit the,:'! Morning Worship, 1 11 1 a. tnt Bradford County Hospital at All :\fodeLNothlnlf Down Track PreM Servlo

nine weeks have been made see old friends.: who Mr. and currently Mrs.Harold Mrs. H. R. Harris and six new sanctuary during the:1 t Nursery open both, hours], Starke. I ; Merchants Green Stamps Welding
Dona
possible by the generosity" of Texas. The children from Texas. Over above hours. : -Epi canal. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cover- Cribbs Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. Turd' Bulldozers A: Crawlers,
Dallas Campers
Banner Food Store, and the live in the weekend moved Into dale and returned home
they son !
Keystone Heights Donas were In Valdosta visit- Sunday July 3. the ...tcri-I i St. Anne's Rev V.. W I Monday-Friday "We'll Keep 'em Rolling"
Rotary Mr. and Mrs n. M. Cason'scottn.ro last Friday after a vacationin
'ing Mrs. Dona's family. Mr. ment of Communion will be Worsta 11. vicar; R. O. Copeland Del-Rey Campers 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. 7287 W. Beaver
until their home is Noblcsville. Ind. with Mr.
Dona was a former Keystoner. glve.-i at the Morning\ Worship -I I organist. Saturday and Wednesday Jacksonville! 3884821TROI'ICAI.
completed out. on Lake Lynn and Mrs. Lee Coverdale. En- Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY
service( at which time Morning Prayer and Sermon -
near Johnson Five of theirchildren '[1 route home the Coverdaleswere .. FISH
thp new members who have i, 2nd and 4th Convertibles
and Sundays Skamper
Our sympathy to Les will be attendingMelt'osE 1 Thursday night guests of MOTORS & CYCLES

Edna Beasley whose pet dog Hinth School this fall. united since with: Community the April Church Communion --1 j I, 9:30 Holy: a.Eucharist m. [nursery and open i Jerry Fostell and his aunt Trade* Btuik Flnuau-lng 4949 Blandln Blvd. MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

died Sunday morning apparentlY Rev. And Mrs. Al Steuart's sermon Mrs. Lura Nelson In Andrew. 5408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville 771-8214'
will be to 1st and 3rd ,
presented ,
Sundays
1 having got hold of 9:30: A
guests for'several days are N. C
Jacksonville 388-9313
I som' :poison.: : The dog a gift Al's mother. :Mrs. Steuart of the congregation.FELLOWSHIP{ ; M. r fnursery openi.) ciw .: Kyle Cannon was expectedto Complete Aquarium SuppIV/i/
CLt'BThe School, "
froM Betty Jean Cross had Tampa and David I::! and Pat 9:30: A. M. }k.iy Eucharist return home this week from I CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg :MUSIC Imported' Fish All Sprcle
monthly luncheon, 8 a. m. each '
been with' the Beasley's near Hlllhou-se of White Springs.; Sunday. Ed Frascr Memorial HospitalIn CALL OR COME BY
meeting of the club was held |I! Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. At
ly six years. Installation of official I Macclenny where he was a I Chain Paulus Mon.-eat. 10 a.m. to fl p ..
June 23 at the educational each Sunday. EYC, 6'j: Music Co.
: P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hill and board will be held next Sun- patient for several days. Sunday 2 to 8 pjn.
each Saw
building of I Sunday. Sales
two children from North Augusta. day morning at the Melrose Community) Harold Harris returned I We Order Any Fish Available
Church.' Twenty-two members -j Dally offices of Morning n () :M n' LIT K Band & String Instruments
S. C.. and::! Mr. and Methodis-i Church. Official home last week from Hope 943 S. Edffewood Ave.
enjoyed both the luncheon and! Evening Prayer, 8:00: A Money Makin' Chain Saws Gibson Guitars A Amplifiers
Mrs. Karl E. Andersen and board meeting will be Wednesday I Haven Hospital in Jacksonville Jacksonville 888-9404
and the social hour.\ The M. and 5:00: p. M.PreKbvt..rla. SALES' & SERVICE: School SUr\PIIes-InstrucUon:\
three children from Green July 6. at 8 pm. where he was confined for .
'
Johns ville. N. C. have been recent Boy Scout Troop 109 new serving plan as Instituted .. several weeks. I Parts and Repairs All Makes Roberts Recorders WESTERN STORE

I visitors at the homes of Mr. turned from Camp 1'1'-\\ by Frank Willmott. house Faith Presbyterian Church The Stubbs family will. Toro k Yazoo Power Mowers Music LibraryExpertRepair
chairman of arrangl'ments.WRS Rt. 21 Mlddlebura: 282.5050I Department LITTLE DUDE
Frank Ilgen and tee Saturday. June 25. -Rev J.
and Mrs. i R.Ill"/ le Ji min- hold their reunion July 4 In I

I children and Mr. and Mrs. one got honor camper. They improved by all presentMr. later: Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist the Joe Hammond Park Club I 41 W. "Monroe St. Western Store
.
1 Tom Bryant. Mrs. Hill Mrs. got the most points of Camp and Mrs. Willmott had : Mrs. Carl Swisher House !in Jacksonville.Mrs. ELECTRIC :MOTORS Jacksonville 3 -8U7
been members "Where You'll Find Everr-
Andersen and Mrs. Ilgen are Inspection! of all the troops I I of a large summer organist. Emaline Bell of Dallas.
about this question Senior Citizens Club In Eustls. I 3310 Beach Blvd. thing For the Horse
: all sisters and they are spending the week at camp. | Sunday School( 9.W; ... m Texas has been here for a Peavy Brothers Enthusiast"

"There is no defense against daughters: of Mrs. Bryant. Everyoi:" participated! In the 'I.I and local brought club.' the Idea to the'Morning Worship 11 a. m. visit with friends and relatives Electric Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 Western Clothlnll'Lf'Btl1er-
of the Bryants Red White Blue Trail
Other guests and Sunday, [Nursery ,
tornadoes, and one I have been Mr. and Mrs. Jack and was honorably mention I At this meeting, the plan i hours.J JI open both Mr. a.id Mrs. Bob Robinsonand goods. Saddles and Trailers
ELECTRIC :MOTORS &
Charles Sharon
usually means thousands Waller of Columbus. Oa. Mrs ed.! Each received a necker- ,, of everyone being seated and I family: of Baltimore Md. I oId-8er"iced-Repalred :MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN 902 So. Edjrewood Petty Ave.isek'nnsllle .

of dollars of damage if it Waller !ii Mr. Bryant's sister. chief sltde A good time was served together worked out so "0 "'"'I: or ''''I'W': no" 1'0 arrived here Saturday for a

strikes a building. Does Mr. Bryant's son. Thomas had b) all. '' well that. the members suggested IIKI.IXIKII:N''i:; l JH .hppoltyUiwi 'ii"i'ii'io ,"H. ,'U: visit with Mr. and :Mrs. Doss I Oenerators-Starters AlterationsArmature 2X1.1219

'extended coverage' on afire W. Bryant, USN. of New London Mr. and: Mrs. Jack Edward that we go one step Thu. "n'I.'rallfn' ,'''. Ifl tIflIr n ih.it I th I ,I Itl."I..bcttnm. Rewinding I KAY'S WELL DRILLING

policy give complete Conn visited the Bryants Jenklr.s of Jacksonville are I further. and that is that every I'r.. ,.I",, 0' ""lu'I''r 2" ".',.i) iAir.. and Mrs. Arthur Carter. 4044() Lenox Ave.JacksonvIlle .

I 1 last week. here for several weeks visit member provide their own nf ."Inrlda.1" "r 1 r-n. Mr. and Mrs. George. Johnson''i I Music CenterFender PARTRIDGE
coverage on tornado dam will r. ;H i.'r' with the i 1 387-2528
, I MM Ed Dennis and two with hU parents and:! brother. I bever: a'* well as any bread::! 'the ('jr, ult Court In l-rk ,ofnd I and family. :Air.: and :Airs.: Fred-

, age as well as smoke,:l sons Jauhter-in-law.! and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins or rolls for themselves. In Rraat 'ur.1! County Flor. iI.i." "fur,p. dy Fillingham all of Jacksonville -j FLOOR COVERINGLooking Gretach & Vox Guitars Well Drilling Co.

wind, hail, explosion and'I granddaughter. all of ForLaudrrdale and Tommy. \I this wcy. the labor for a few .MI i'n,<."r of publ'lfatlon of this I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rob- King. Hatten and Selmer ROCK ft ARTESIAN! WELLS

other damage?" have been visit' in preparing the beverages. niitli-i" \I Ii. 'Iftltlniiii' natnr ..r inson and family of Baltimore for *-- Band Instruments
Teena. daughter of Mr and I The Green flack Company' (not Complete Electric Water
ing the Frank Nooneys. Ken Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer.spent | and ime accessories tforI lm-i. 8"VU'. t :MudlHon. 8t. Aid. Mr. and "11'1. Dale! Tins- I Ludwig Slingerland, Rogers System

Charley E. Johns Nooney. Frank and Dot's !son several days in Gainesville I j those who forgetwill) allow Stark" .,. Via.l'ituul. I Icy Air. and :Airs.: Gene John-!| better carpets Drums WIRIGATIOV
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fravunn I
Agency i 1 returned to Ft. Lauderdale I l.1.teek:! visiting with compl.'tf togetherness at the \raillKon, DC. ,5tiurk. ..."iflT Fill\\1 sole son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. vitit ,,, Rental* & Repairs. oa ALL, FlU FINANCING

I I with the Dennis family for a ,1 her aur.t!; N'.incy Hudson I I luncheon table and the pro- wn"" I Ben Higginbotham and fam. ,... at'at 5MO Hyde Grove Ayr
I i a'i 1 'irnmi ti'tit' follow The plans ImtiMl thlH luih' d l.i> of June, I ily. Mr and :Alra.: Raymond 11 I 400 :MAIN ST.
Walnut Teena und Limit Beard! : Jacksonville
131 S. St. visitMr .
A. > ,
1 1 D 1:1""I: Slnrli
1t'jr..rtl'u'S
PHONK !9C1.0201><: '.;'ul Mrs Jo Wildt and I friend from Gainesville nt- rerel'-o' ( i unanimous vote ofn.i ,, I I-.i! .nk. Kilgore and family and Mr. H4 HOGAN. d.."'.... Jacksonville 353-0935 CaD |Culled!t 989-1439

sou. Jimmy mul, Jlminv' .111111| | AM'I! it?.t liii"'len a. tl ; I. nml :Afrft' Do t tligginbothainnil .
I I ttgitI'J. \ .. tinVVi.niL'ii.' .-, IJuHlJull: I.I w ..
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1 friend Terry DeWitt, left Tica-iiiiei' uiul JuliiM. Hanson I eoJoyuU tut\ uullng! Lint :Sun: .. --,r- -- -'' --..-..--->- ,,--0.. ..:.. :. ..r- ;t'P: --- .&..3T -.:- -




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