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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Teachers Get .... BRIEF MEETINGS ...- Casey Tells Board



Pay Boost IfNTEQualified Coincidence Or Weather?


$30,000 Savings
It ought; Irnxc been Junt a coincidence .

Rut mi thus iithpr Imiiil, Tiicwlny wait the tiny. after
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I the Itli of July' > and tile mercury was" soaring Into

Ihe high UO'i .

A minimum $5.000 salar ('''CiuiunliNloner. ...* met at 10 and completed theiriuiiue'.s Possible With
for Starting teachers: 1 II It,I
.. ,by noun. a nenr tP'OrtLSeluuuusi (II
,4 I| Bt'adfold( County was apI
proveu by the School Boar I ItiHird. mot at 10 and) quit by I 11::30 to go look

I I I nl a special' meeting las nt lI.ullpt"n| school. sites nlso a record.

Thursday nl. ht.I City ('mincll, Rot going/ about '7:10: anti adjourned at

: I The -also applies only t(I "::841: (! ii ft IT C'tutu irnitin ('an llurnt pulled the group I llnrtiKlini Revised RoutesAnyone

those who have made a q Ifylni score on the NT!
: I 11 rrcnril!
''National Teachers Exam I
.\113>",1/1' for fl.hlll'l'j /
: Inntlonl(,: I and was estimate! I for saving! $30,000() in the cost of trans-

by School Superintondon porting Bradford County sti jdents to school next year?

I Tom(( Casey$:12000.to cost t, an additlomtl School Superintendent 'rom Casey told the Board

I of Public Instruction last Thursd'ay that it could be
raise will\
The new mean nI
; : I boost of $500 In the snlniy 01 done by following recommi ndations( made by a State

b ; I Rink :3 I Bachelors degree J I Department team that f aur veyed Bradford's muddledago.

S % stnrtln; teachers and SUP II I In New Budget bus system several weeks .

Case" said It would aid materially -, Casey said that transportation -
A In attracting ne\ could stand a bit of econ use along State Road 16 alone.

\\PN % teachtvs( to the local !sclioc I' omy. This particular ?tm w.i.- "There Is a good chance

,,.' .. 4 :. -. system. School Board Eves Fund Shift overexpcnded, $13.000 in tni.s that down we "could to two cut busses that number still-

'I e :Beyrlr.nlna: [ teachers. will I year's budget.In .
NTE qualification. were a sweeping revision of give: good service and make a
To End Deficit Avoid Tax Raise"It's substantial saving," he said.!
heretofore paid $4.500. a fix- bus routes the State Department -
however,
It was pointed out
tire that was not rompetltlvi team showed how the

with most counties In thl nunikier of !>ii.aes. required' to that the projected savings

area. not a real pleasant picture," Supt. Tom Caney! do the Job could be reduced would necessitate!! strict observance

*. .4II... .. Rank 3 starting teacher< told'" the Hoard of Public Instruction at a preliminary from 27 to 10. of State Department rules -

:;, i who have not nullified 011 I Inuljrot-viewinjr meeting last Thursday! night. Pointing< to a map of ''I'! <. '! regarding the distance a

I :. the NTE: will contlnne to re If the board members were "shook up" by Casey's proponed new routes Casey student must live. from' schoolIn

,- : reive t4 200. the /same fiquri revelation! that the 1965-66 budget was! overexpended said that under the present order to. be furnished transportation.

-c they I.Ah"l'n\ rpcolvlnu. by $!17. t W;, t they managed to hide their feelings in Inefficient system of

4 j The School Board's action I stou-nl; I sili'iirp.;i I_ __ ___ ___ ____ operating six busses are In The survey listed a number
In rpt'isalailca, !: nlso in- of safety deficiencies in the
1 eluded a booit of $150 a yen: Casey went on to explain me new courthouse. I I Bradford bus fleet most of

for :all teachers: who lia'.i that somewhat off.xettinR the Casey agreed with the 1 thorn pertaining L.<) vehicles

pn. IIP,1 the NTE with II overexpi) ncllture was an board that the time had Council \Waives which have been ;n serVIce

qualifying) score of 500. over-collection of $44.22? come for an all-out economy ten or more years.! At least

Tile\! s-nliiry for NTE-quali- above anticipated revenues effort( in the school system. one Bradford\ bus Is still roll-

I Nci Itlxlrlrt Omrrnnr Kduin': ('''<'k, of (;aln.\ ill" (third fled! 1 teachers under! the new, "That: t leaves a net deficitof For one thing "There has Playground Ing In spite of its 25 years on

County Aid SoughtAmbulance from left) congratulates new pruslilenM of thrp. neighboring !ira Ie. will remain nt $5.001 I $53.221 that needs to be" been to' much autonomy In the road.

Hubs at Intercity ntwtlng" / lavt Friday. nlgtit. From left: until thev tin on" contintilne' picked:! UD In some, manner, purchasing." he said. If state recommendation.

Clyde
I ( ) Howling, Jr., president, Keystone heights> ; and CnrtiiLee. third ye.ir." After that thel- contributing withholdingof the hoard had too often, been will be possible to eliminatea
the
Service lr"lcI'nt i> Lake Under Rotary. Thin I Is the xecond year salary! thrnnnh will Increase the ninth$100 pet' deficit some wan$35.000 In tax re- in the dark about Its financial number of older busses and

that the Hire i-lub' lmt* held, joint Installatldii. / ceremonIcsat year year from timberlands due !status! and asked that a City Council( Tuesday/ bring the fleet to( less than a
After the tenth lhos venui-
ypnr. financial statement be presented night: waived playground ten year average of owner-
tli Stiirke Oolf & (Country Club.; eontlnnlnn! I'ont'n't.111! I to pendliig court' nulls.

Still Up In Air f receive on the maximum; salur'! ;, Ca.-ijy. said the State he had Department been- month lor Its guidance each I area posed requirements 12-lot subdivision on a pro-now ship.Casey suggested that the
ndvl.sej. by
In Rank tff.350.
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j Three possible this for( Council obtaining -
Rotary Clubs Install The maximum. possible tot' of Education that the Casey agreed that being platted board adopt a. policy of
member Johns.!
of would be desirable and Ruby B. all gasoline, < at a. central -
offset part
easiest! to
a possible RAnk 3 tr"rherwho way of
Negotiations continued Tues to have two ambulance. on hn. not qualified on the the drflrlt: would be to( take promised to start the prac- A preliminary drawing: point( under control of the
New Presidents At Joint Meet tice In the new year. the subdivision as yet unnamed board. It was also recommended -
day between DeWitt C Jones. call. and said each ambulance NTE ill 55.550. some $27,258 spent for maintenance bysurveyor
Stark funeral director and would require the equivalent Cflsey told HIP board! that work diirliiK' the past Through{ all the discussionran was presented McMllllan.! that a policy be exploredIn !
the Commission In oJ six working It to capital the theme: how can we M. O. regard to reimbursementto
County men nboir. 40 of the county's'! I JHO year ;md choice of
an effort to resolve the am- an elghthoul'I,11t on auaverage R"II:1Ian": Rotaryanns and I p(1ret1Tv( : Key.tone; IIeiliL( tonepprhnvp not passed the olltl"I); I thus freeing/ thlamoiuii .. hold the line against" a mlllafje who requested waiver the board for all extra-

I bulancr service -'llemma that : of seven days a !1If'/lI/ of I Ihree area clubs l-j'' -- W t) I Bill I OOWllIlK,,. NTK! |p"t. anl lionce are nol lor ,use In meeting increase in 1086-67 playground requirements.in a curricular uses made of school

has bugged! the board for week. lIe estimated the an- Slarke t I.uke IJutler. presidentCharles Hutches- ellttlble' : lor the $50 raise HP current' operating, expenses.! Ca-sey said it could be McMillan said! that such as busses.

several weeks. nual salary I Including: overtime Keystone Heights-held their I on. j.eci-Ptary. said: 'he situation; hal:] im- The rest of the deficit done only by using/ part of small development 12 lots all of Last year transportation
who had previously at $5.010 seconj annual Interclub In- Folh1\\! Inl{ the singing of track revenue certificate this with only : or about
Jont- 1 for each man r>ro"p I since last yenr. when could, to: wiped out If a proposed the race play- cost totaled $78,331,
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announced his Intention to for a total labor cost of$3O.OG -itallatlon and Ladies Night Let Mo Call You Swpetneart. !SO teachers/ hid! not tiuall- payment by the Board Issue of 1200.000 to them large would 111'1.11a.be unnecessaryand 20 per cent more than tIle

give up ambulance service in *o operate one am- at the Stnrke Golf & Country ." nch Rotaryann: was ned cr)I: tie, ex.inn of Cou'.ty Commissioners of take care of an Increase of ground actually become a $65,000: budgeted.

the aca: because: of rising bulance for one year Other CU'b! last Friday nlsht.Attcndnnce prernUd with an Ilt.trnrtlvr.l'old $30OnO) tc the School Board approximately $80.000 In might \ }It'
detriment to the city.
costs told the board Tuesday expenses would bring) the total totaled 150 at, Rotary pin as a memento Ki'MM: \
that he would not leave the cost to $33.650 per: ambulance this i-veiii.) WI11'h'a" also of the occaMon. ipceivcs' Commission fiscal year.Board said the playground space Third Date
The of
county unprovided for. and he said. The cost of the first public function( at- Aft l' the program. dancing ,- The Senior (Oirl !Scout': \ TnllBhi.s.-pe. member! Rodney was not needed because

would! continue service until operatlna! two ambulances tpnrtP-1:! bv the new DistrictOovernur. I was enJoyej until a late"Troop of St'irhe, !! wit! hold /11FtiimTYiiijt" II vo'ed last week to pay like the the proximity of the Ensey
didn't
said he
Peck. of I Suit"; on Sit' turd .uy..luuiy I this amount to the School! Hall Playground on lAura Street.
hour.
olutlon Is reached.Th estimated Ed
some for one sear was "
ame problem Is beltu'I, at $ 7.vo.;<; Onlni. s':Ilil'; who had! ,111',1, i '). churl' tni.i 'lit"l *::30:! n.m. \ Board! ''o apply on purchase' Idea because from you'reborrowing the Th-J new subdivision I Is! 1 Set By Court
property : money Laura Street on
faced by many Florida counties Jon,' said his local ambulances ente'ed l upon) his term of office Board Hears Proceeds will help lin.'imrecnmplng /I/ of Conway Airport meet obllga- bounded by
of providing:! theSclnol bond fund" to the north. Church Street on
where funeral homes answered 366 callc on July 1. trip" III the near ftltme. In Ili-u
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\ Request For Road Hoard with offices In 1 Continued: On Page Twol the west Highway lot) on I For Dope TrialA
generally! are giving 1 up the In 1965 for which he collected I Also a suest on this!'! occasion u Creek
I the ea t, and Alligator)
unprofitable; ambulance service less than 1500. He .said w.i" the rellrlnir nistrlniGovernor. At 5 I IIcp
/ >,amnnnAction __ 'I-. en..h .A. Oflfltnrt. .
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f( which Is !becoming! even that a private ambulance' I Syd Andrews. of u" third attempt to get

more of a drag due to wage company would not be Interested Talla:1iI': %'f'P. :: delayer Vthe\ strip along: 100 is being reserved -. trial of Mrs. Evelyn Jeanette
commercial uses.McMillI'
and hcur regulations/ and in cominn! Into Brad- Henry Flue"-ep of Kfv.stc-n Coui'tv Commission Tuesday: Shiner Given for said.Councilman Odom under way in Circuit

oth..>- mountinx, coiti. Some ToM County because ")f the Hd-zhts entertained with or- Court here will be made on
I' f>n half 01! the request of nttornpy Orle Vlgglns'motion !
connihave: "b o-orm Pierce approval to waive pir.y round
take ov-r ambulance service Jon", MJiHPsted: that since hour starting at 6:10.: and he Go Ahead Odom and her attorney -
of Unit 2 of Sampson approved
requirements was
while hi other larner! communities )his j costs are much lower | and Mrs.! FlueRize!!!; also provided / appeared before
l.ak Shore? uYII'I"! lon an"'or with Mn. Johns abstaining'! ;
It I is beini provide? hnn would be the county'sr '!I entertainment anr? jtf-e| | : George!! t,. Fatten
by private! companies. >! a private t company's' I that played for smun 'Innlny, : fol- the extension( of n rnn'l On Outdoor Lab from voting, Wednesday mornIng. with a.
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around the) lake ; said that the
At ,'., the lowinu the dinner. McMillan'
operate
thpresent" tim Jor.r: he! continue to i I request that bond be set an'i
aH he but that the Hifjri! Mltl'h"1 -.prved' a tot-il l of ten developments hp. I \ ( ,' final plat would be presentedfor !
was oneratlns: tvt two nmbulance.s: I '| ( : ( :u the ?n,'e broJITht to early
ambulan-ps in Starke. anoestimated I "ountv enter Into a cr>ntrac' mater nf, ceremonies.. Inlro-I said are planned.The I In. a brief, HPwion, Tuesday, ;::4 approval later as it was
the ex- retirlns Unit 2 plan was ac- : necessary to decide the playground trial.Mrs.
the cost of oper 'vlth him to assume -lueln the morning. the flrndford: ( County Odom was released
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atlon of each at $12.038.3': Tentf one. Jent of each club: Larry ept-d\ but Commisslon/'i' K;< honl Hoard 'Miitliorixed\/t ( .'. W. \ I Issue before completing late Wednesday afternoon

per" :year He *iH that hi' He sa-d In this way" thr Oib.':n IRtarkel: : Norm Vrtra Hamilton quest.nn"i'' .BIIII I Shiner!, tn write .1 pioJpct ; f'8, hl.1 work.In after posting the $5.000 bond

funeral home was exempt ountv would be payIng: onK Sten'ieiurm (Lake RutleH I he 'he road! extension. "Thl- /applying fur, /a Fcdcrtl) '' :- other action the Coun- I Patten.
set by Judse;::
from Wave nii-i: Hour regu M2.85333} : for the oyratior; Wallv Muhlhofer 'IKevtonHelshcul s ne' v to me.'' he said. "1 I grunt of approximately $.iO)0) () \) cil: with trying to
Charged
tattoos und therefor" his cos! ,>f one ambulance at hU low" I The meslrtcnt' 'on't remember any talk o'uttinc .' for. npi-rntlon of an Outdoor ':-{ ,. Approved reinstatement! the Flor-
I into
of operation I is (''>nllirierabl'le -ost of operation. rathei "hen pr"'pnte'l, merit. award !: a road around! HIP KdiiPRtlon, Laboratory. some ,; I..... .' 1'I of Kenneth Fuquay as assistant -I smuuKle: cope! Prison Mrs. Odom

s than it would be( for the than rtnvln? to opcrate tw and\ other trophies to outstanding ake." I 20 acres of the Conway' Airport '; .._'o( ( ,t: police chief upon request ida State for trial at

countv or a private company ambulances at the rountv'\ >, mpmhe'-s/ of the'ub Pierce. Who represents. the', property now being purchased ." ,;.f of Chief Bill Rosser. failed to appear June 30 and

Jones said It was necessary hleftet; late of $33.560 pel -! who had a.sslsted In velope*. hogan Smith i <. award from 9:30: a. m. on
the hOR rd. :- I Accepted an
by ..
pres'dent .... ......... ..J_ her bond-at that time only
{ ambulance. making: their year at air!. "This'! Is not a matter the Florid Highway Patrol
tha' I Shiner who is working on nmaster's l new Outloorf $500--was estreated. She appeared -
The board suggested a euc'-ec.> JTulilho'c >f Ii'nprivate' / work. It I tI Is University Itlll 1 slilm-r> points III'| feature elf prol'ON..J for havlnor no traffic fatalities -
at the In the
degree later
continue to operatr also presented! .nn award t't Board meeting TuewluynmriiiniC. I In court
Tones ; ; trnJe." You want land to : lII"II iuui 1.lth"ralnryIt, Srliool within! : the city during
with thf Kev-tN.rle, I.lon of Florida recently completed day and was promptly placedIn
ambulances! < TIel7hts
'he '
AMERICAN LEGIONRASCBAIX : Bounty contracting: to pay "7'ub' niembT. Cf r"f :fchneffer. ,mild c ranil. and you'll ce'it .- I, a planning project for \ 1965. the county jail!, where she
( In exchange hull"In by
; for -Approved a request
i showed! tb"iiyoiut until
the fal'lIltvIn,1/ ball
unable In remained, without
he
leadership
was his clear
bills for
ilm a-.iv to obtaining ft ]I
'tuubjert
he road; ] to I the hoard for the thtune1, would' br n pd for iitllltiet superintendent! Oscar
t collect for ambulancfrvlre ,""Va'.nl-.tt! eve wills! In ai'ls' lund. | Wedic.'d.'iy.The, : .
x> title to the '
:. Roberts 0- Davis that city employee
Comm.1on.r Oeorne
; of a part-time a
I 1 employment In
rat time Tliesiuy.Shiner date set.
Home Game He Indicated. how'vet. 'in th" sight; conservation first trial
: siiiz' w'cd' that more fact; 'ordinator and for( the purchase Part 01 tno property will he fDewey Powlerl be permittedto
this would not be said the laboratory early June WitS postponed
that froitram.Paeh: .
''re' obtained.! including the I of materials! and supplies used! as. a site for the new work during: his! vacation
Tues., July 12 uffielent relief.Commiiston rptlrln -).'e14eny5q \ would be located on the "buukend' : "when Mrs Odom said her at-
: lenz! h of the road and the 1 Including,:: rain she.lter. $325,000 vocational-technical time to help out In an emergency to
Chairman Jer- Klven a pact prBldent'f t<:.>rrat., over vhkh It would II of the Cnnwny propertywhere and observation tower Shiner training center which Casey ( caused: bv the loss or: tornev was not ready
appointed! Commissioners eift from his re- it would not Interfere plead ths!:! case.PrKm .
PARKVs. Johns in DS B be
BUS would
>me be built\ before the boari I s.ii'l.. H.ild. It was hoped a street department operator
Georse: Robert' 'prctl"1 dub.Onr. with the new vooationnl-tpc! h- I' officials !said! that
/ took action. said tlu'otitd'X tinder construction: this fall.' Council( has a policy prohibiting -
Ocala ,nd Dave Shtiford as a rom- I Peck. maklna his flrfofflci.il lOcal| training; center and r.th- Siipl' Tom Casey city employees on a. ,capsule!! containing: amyl
Hacili'on' asked/ Pierce: to ,laboratory would\ twi The board nlso awarded con
Jones' proposal I cr school" ron..II'uelion I projei-ts/ >r nitrate was found hidden
to study District
mi'Pe> I:!1 speech: as ( paid vacation from workln.:
let the exactly ,, In
board! know approximately
enguuu.ie'i!;; tracts totaling
Public Invited I and report to the !boar Oovrnor. dcscrlhna! } 1 10- planned for the old] .ilrjiort. I i used by classes dtirln" their vacation receiving under a wU worn by thewomin
what.U wanted. and how much conservation /and nature studios $6.150 for furnishings for anew
,t a later date.It '! -iclnt 'ocram!" for Rotary 111' He said the faclll'y would I double pay.]' on a visit t to the
land win be niven in exchange belief that; classroom and library ad-
and expressed
Admission> Free was pointed out that the his. district durlna the 1!'lfl1I- bo available for use by I teat' hers Council also accepted\ the prison last! November 25.
befo-e a decision is made It would benefit'' every rUssIn $ ditlon at Ljiwtey Junior 111gb.After HeardWillie
board miaht, rot have auth- 17 yeor. and complimented! and students in curryingon / > recommendation of Mayor K.IIHCase
ority to enter into curb! a the three participating! clubs outdoor projects. Inrluded! the school system to some( a discussion of pro- Randal Chitty that Mrs. : James Byrd. Speed-

I contr-ct! until enabling: leer!l1 l-.- in the civic projects( they are Q'IFT: FOI'RTH In the 20-acre layout would be jxtent. posed' ultra. for a new school :Mary Cissy be appointed to vllle N.'ari-o, pleaded guilty

Rib Space Contributed' 1 latlon 1- passed by the 1987 "arrvln.* out in their home Starke and Bradford Cmm- lIch facilities as: foot trails The operational grunt wouldbe /nt Hampton the board adjourned the Citizens Action Committee Wedjio.'rtay morning to acharp'o
obtained: under Title III of t to make an on-the- of having unlawful
communities
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Legislature.tin ty experienced one of the a micro-wilderness are.,11,1 on Pornography. as a
Weekly to Publicize I a recent opinion, State Following: his! speech he quietest Fourth of Julys on.. i life plantlags. bird feeder location the Elementary-Secondary Education spot Inspection of several now replacement: for Rev. John carnal Intercourse with a

Community ErenU by 1 Attorney Oeneril Earl Fair Instaljel! the president and record. The Florida Highway bird house are*. botany Act. under consideratoln. Brab"am.1'ho moved from female person under the age

I cloth taid- "Under exlstln- ,eer"ar/. of each club a* Patrol and the City Police Department study areas observation In other action Tuesday the A meeting was scheduledfor the city. of 18 of previous chaste

The CommunityState laws of statewide application 'ollot-s! : Starke Clyde 0 reported no accli tower campfire area naval board formally authorized purchase 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday Council went into session character

Bank I many local governmenta'. .. Terwllleiar president/ : Ern-! i dents "except a couple of stores display botany pool I of 42.5 acres of the ) to open bids! on construc- about 7:10: and adjourned at Byrd was released on his

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I to provide ambulance service Butler-Curtis W L*e. presil 'i 1 Sheriffs" department reported and others. 1 I Starke at a cost of 61500.: renter at Bradford High. estlmntod tion", according to Chairman sentenca Investigation waj

& if 1 from. i-apitiil outlay, fund : to cost around $85,000.) ) Carl Hurst. ordered by Judge PatUn.
-I I('untiutI..J (. u Pe '..I"N..Ir (l<- T B (IBu.u-rl J Rahn. no arrests. over' the "wik" ] "ml. Tlio *:.riIM, >H O Kvili-i.tl 1P u:iint "






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Elden' Mathews is attendIng Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- School Board teachers salaries which was to still ahotner, and so on the board voted to deposit Collector J. R. Kelly totalli
the Shrine convention in San, Francisco, Calif this Fourth with Mrs. Louise board after misgivings on the level." funds for construction of a --.i,pioved tne nuxictnt
week.Mrs. Jeffords In High Springs.Mr. Eyes BudgetContinued part of several members. He said, that savings under new courthouse In the Com- a shelter at the Santa :
Stanley Koegel and and Mr Ewell Law- 'State 'Bank of Starke'
(See another story on page such a system could amountto munity boat ramp at the sugnestlc!
-- laughter, Sharon, and Bev- son were visiting relatives in [ from Page One] one.] some $30,000 annually, for the next six months upona of Commissioner Hamilton
erly Crawford were visiting Auburndale and Orlando bid of four per cent interest : Heu-d a brief report Iro
GLADYS MOOTY Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Joyce in over the weekend. They Lions that should be paid for Casey agreed' with the: adding that it would elimin- for the period. Florida J. W. [Bill] Shiner
start ate the problems of student concern
Phone 964-0651 Tallahassee over the week- brought home their grand through regular channels."That's board that "It's time to Bank at Starke. offered 3.9 the
ofspendlni' and teacher "I ing development of th
Instead assignments.
dollar
children, Mike. Randy, and poor economy, Hall saving a per cent. i
end.Mr. think should it Rowell-Sampson Crosby Section
It. and 'pointed to 'Yof' give ser-
and Mrs. T. H. SladeJr. Cherie Lawson for an ex- Budget, requests reflectingincreases
Mrs. Mary Reddish celebrated Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Jim tended visit. said.He later retracted, how- a map showing a revision of ious consideration," he said. over the present He said into: funds a recreation may be available are!

her 90th birthday on were visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. Garner of Jacksonville Mr. Mr and Mrs C. H. Nas- ever, !and; l said he would school bus routes as recommended appropriations were receive and that he will investigate
Wednesday. July 6, with 3. Ashford in Jacksonville and Mrs. Charles Sawyer and worthy had as weekend favor such transfer If it was by a State Depart- Ambulance Service from several county agencies and report at the
members of her family and over the weekend. Mrs. W. S.Slade and families guests Mr. and Mrs. John the only way to avoid a mill- ment survey team. Still In Air Jack Trawick, mosquito meeting. flex
friends dropping in to visit .Ml s. Myrtle Dendy of were Fourth of July dinner Nasworthy and Mr. and Mrs. age increase. Casey said this sweeping: Up control director
program
during the day at the homeof Jacksonville was visiting Mr. guests[ of Mr. and' Mrs. T. H. Al Carton! of Winter Park, revision would eliminate all Rejected a request by ai
Casey! said that without Continued( From Page One] presented a total budget ol resident of Keystone
her daughter Mrs. Eve aDd! Mrs. E. W. Hayes over Slade St. on Mr. Slade's and Mr. and Mrs. James dead wood from the schools' Height
the transfer of bond money, $37,500-.n( Increase of $2. that the county take action?
Baldwin, the weekend. birthday.Mrs. Deavei and!' children of transportation system and
I he foresaw a need for upping Thus the void that will be. 000 over this Item in the present on the high level of Lake
Mrs. C. O. Barksdale and Mrs. Charles Hardy and Nelson Green Mr. Winter Haven. would make possible savingsup
Mr and Mrs. Robert Barks-I amity were visiting Mr. and and! Mrs. J. B. Bakken Jr., Mrs. H. A. Lawson was In the board's levy by one or to $30,000 annually if put created by termination of I budget The, county'. Geneva. I II
share would be $10,000.Dr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Panama City last week visit two mills. this service cannot be filled I
dale had an Fourth of July I Mrs. Frank Stokes at Crescent -
into effect. He recommended -
guests at their summer home' Beach on Saturday. Hard nbrook and families ing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar "By making the transferwe fully that the board go by public' bodies generally A. Y. Covlngton, coun- Lt. Allen Leaves
on Hampton Lake: Mr. and Bernard Hunt of Bonifay spent. the Fourth at St. and family.Mr will be within half a mill! until corrective legislation is ty health officer, asked for
Into this matter thoroughly enacted by the next legislative ; $17.687 and said the $1,35! For Active DutyAt
Mrs. R. C. Williams and spent last; Wednesday to Sat Augustine Beach. and Mrs. A. O. Lou- of meeting our new budget, hear-
final budget
before the
family of New Port Richey. urday with his mother, Mrs. Frankie Hardy was visiting don Jr. and family were visIting Casey said! adding that he session. All funeral Increase was due to raise Fort Knox
his cousin Carl Motes, Mrs. N. W. Thames and ing In August. homes presently providing for employees under the ,
officials
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Horne Henrietta Hunt. They visited had checked with state -
Sr.. Mr and Mrs. Horns Jr. relatives In Dade City on !In Palatka over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Richardson end learned that thP As another possible econ- ambulance service are respectfully merit system I 2nd Ll. Bobby R. Allen left'',
and Billy Horne of Hampton, Friday. Mrs. Hunt returnedto Miss Madge Middleton and !In Marlon. Ala. from legal mlllage limit which the omy move Casey mentionedthe requested to assist The board also took unde. Saturday; for Fort Knox Ky i
Mrs. Betty May of St. George. Bonifay with her son for Mrs Ruth Frazier spent last I Thursday to Tuesday.Mr. board could (If needed! Impose total elimination of the and cooperate in' the solution advisement requests for in where' he will attend an y'
S. C., and friends from an extended visit. week In Miami. Miss Mid and Mrs. Oarl Mat this year ]Is 1091 or 2.51 present "dual system" of of what may become a problem creases of $1.000 in the sher Armor Orientation Coursefor
Stark". Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston dleton visited Mrs. John hews were Tuesday nigh' mills higher than the present schools in Bradford County.He of grave concern by deferring ]frs budget, and $2.500 ir. several weeks before receiving
Mrs P. S. Snow and Mrs. McClane of Atlanta were Large and Mrs. Frazier vis- dinner guests of Mr. and said the problems of desegregation any pending plans to that of the county judge. an assignment in the
Gene Rushin of Dublin. Oa. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Bruce Mathews ]in rate.Tho for are by no means terminate ambulance service In other action the board, regular Army
will arrive Friday for a visit Phillips Jr. And family over Frazier the first of the Gainesville on Dawn Mat. tentative budget by solved, and that one way to until the state legislature hat Agreed to investigate t Lt. Allen who was man
week and then both attended hews' fourth birthday. 1966-67. as presented meet the problem head-on the opportunity to authorize
with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vln- the weekend totale complaint by Carl Harton ager of Eagle's store in
Casey last Thursday local governmental agenciesto
Lt. Robert M. Lee .of Fort the Alpha Delta Kappa would be to assign the kindergarten Starke was commissionedupon
Ing.Miss CARD OF $1.395,500, an Increase of provide ambulance serviceIn that a ditch In the Orlffl
Pam Ether Id ge of Bennlng, Ga. was Monday Gulf Regional Conference, THANKS through second completing the Florida
Chlefland was a guest last supper guest; of his grand- July] 1-3. We appreciate the kind consideration $82.500 over the $1.313,000 'grade' to one school, the third those areas where private Loop area needs cleaning out National Ouard OCS at,
week of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. parents, Mr. and[ Mrs. E. J.DowhnJ' Mrs Mary Furnas and extended to us very total In 1965-66. Some $32- through fifth grades to another enterprise chooses not to do Accepted an errors, in Camp Blandlng. and late[ :
much. Mrs. 000 of this Increase Is accounted so.] solvencies and double assessments
Ohio Charles
Alvarer. Jr.Charles ':. children of Massllon B. Johns sixth through eighth I applle.1: for active duty I in
E. Burton of Pvt. J. C. Dukes of Port I were last Wednesday over and family. for by a raise in In other action Tuesday statement from Tu: the Army. '

Atlanta, Oa. spent the week Jackson, S. c. was home for night -guests of her brother- -
end with his sister Mrs. the weekend. Inlawand: sister, Mr. and \
Alice Anderson. Mjr. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler Mrs. Charles Hardy.Mr. .
Mr. !and Mrs. H. M. Rlch- and family, and Mrs. and Mrs. Jimmy Wel-
arde were visiting their son- Emma Badman were In St. don and family of Jacksonville
in-law nnd daughter. :Mr' Augustine Sunday attendinga were visiting her parents -\
and Mrs. Lyle Buck in Pa- faiiilv reunion. Debbie and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc-
latka on Monday.Pvt. Doris Spongier remained in Comb over the weekend.Mr. ONLY tjgfpZ OFFERS SUCH A TREMENDOUS
Gene Wiggins of Fort St. Augustine this week with and Mrs. Carl Lamar

EustU. Va. was home for the relatives.Mr. Johns and sons and Mrs. ASSORTMENT OF STYLES AT SUCH A LOW PRICE
weekend.' and Mrs. Ray Brookins Frazier Shaw have returned
MIss Jane Adams spent of Burton. S. C. spent the from a ten-day trip to
the weekend with the J. M. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Washin,ton, D. C., Gettysburg INC.
Vickers family in Brunswick, E. C. Dukes. Pa. and the Smoky
Oa. Fled Leonhard, who has I Mountains.
!Mr and Mrs. Mark Moody, been in ill health for sometime Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dur-
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jackson left last week to make kee and daughters of Tampa STARKE'S FASHION LEADER Permanent Press
and Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez his home with his daughter, were visiting her parents Mr.
Jr. attended the Rodeoin I Mrs. Helen Butkis, ]in Wall- and Mrs. Carl Johns, over
Kiss!mmee on the Fourth !kill N. Y.Ma"llyn. the weekend.
Dr. Olenn E. McClane and Hernwall flew to Mr. and Mrs. Oene Long
Dr. Elliott! Fogle of Atlanta, Washington. D. C. last weekto and daughter, Helen Jane,
Ga. spent the past ten days assume her duties as a were in Atlanta. Oa. last
with Glenn's grandparents. physicist with the Harry Friday attending the grad-
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Diamond Laboratories. uation of their daughter. I
Mrs J. R. Wainwright and Mary Ann from CrawfordW. Girls Dresses
Sr.Mr.. end Mrs. Lamar Shaw son. David are visiting Mr. Long; Memorial Hospital
and sons of Miami were and Mrs. John Kopelousos in School! of Medical Tech i r
weekend guests of Mr. and Birmingham. Ala. from nologyMr.
Mrs. Gene Shaw. Tuesday to Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan -
Mrs. Effie Johns had ,as and Mrs. M. A. Payne Jr., Leaton III, and
guest during the past week, and family: spent the weekend Ralph and Sand spent Sun S I''
Mrs. Mabel Bradenton, Mrs. with Dr. and Mrs. R. S. day !at the Silver Spurs
Herbert Doyle. Mrs. LUll Mullins at Hall Lake. Rodeo In KIssimmee. I .
Crews, and D. W. Connelly of Diane Lutz of Kings Mr. :and Mrs. T. C. Baggett I :
Jacksonville, 1. c. Smith of Mountain, N. C. Is visiting of Brcoker have returned I ,
Dade City, Mrs. Gertrude her cousin, Kay Colson, this from Eufala, Ala., where they I 3 for ;
Llndaey of High Springs, week. attende-1 the funeral of Mrs. :
Mrs. P. W. Webb and granddaughter Benule Williams of Savan- Bag -ett's father R. L. Fend- I 0

of Hawthorne, Mrs. nab Oa. spent the weekend ley. I \
Randolph Crosby and Mrs. with his parents Mr. and Donald W. Thornton of I i i ir
Henry Carter of Maxvllle.: Mrs. Mack Williams. the Great Lakes Naval BaseIs ,
Mr and Mrs. Barney Mc- Capt. and Mrs. William K. home on two weeks leave I
Rae had as weekend guest" Booth and son. David, of of absence!
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner Fort Walton Beach spent Edward Conner of Lake
and family of Orlando Mr. Tuesday night with Mrs. City has been admitted to I Girls Sizes 3 to 14

and Mrs. Al Harley and Booth'., parents Mr. and the Starke Nursing Home.
family Of Merritt Island and Mrs. M,, W. Cressler. David Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- I
Dr. Barney McRae and sons remained with his grandparents wllle C3T and family spent the _
of Lake City. for two weeks. weeken-1 at. Daytona Beach. I Quality Back-to-School
S. Spt. William S. Collins- Miss Sue Hurst of Birmingham Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlf-
worth was promoted to Tech. Ala. was visiting her fen and family and: Mrs. A.
Sgt. on June 20 and is now father, Carl Hurst, the past Joellcnberk will visit Mrs. L. Dresses In Beautiful No-Iron Fabrics
stationed at Walker AFB" at two weeks. E. Nutt and Miss Christa
Roswell, N. M. Mrs. Collins- Miss Judy Reese and Miss Joellenbeck In Miami over DOOR BUSTERS
worth Is the former Blanche Betty Jean Monger or Salem, the weekend. LAY-A-WAY NOW
Andrews of Starke. Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Admittances to Bradford Famous Maker A-lines and Shirtdress Plaids checks solids

Martha L. [Marla] Moore Charles Reese the past week. County Hospital this week
was on the Dean's List for Pvt. Johnnie Johnson of include: Mrs. Agnes Fuquay ForBACKTOSCHOOL Classic and Jumpers and stripes
Canvas
Trimester II at Florida State Fort Cordon Ga. was home of Lawtey: Raymond Rho- Gym Shoes
University. for the weekend. den Alonzo Goodge. Barbara
Arthur Holllday Jr. was Scott Whitehead is home Jean Sumner and Debora
visiting Miss Jane Wafler in after f-xploratory surgery at Douglas of Starke; Miss Ma- *< Lace-ups Watch her j jump for, joy when she sees Eagles: new

Pompano Beach over theweekend. Riverside Hospital last week. llssla Prevatt of Waldo; John *< Slip-ons $$266Regularly school collection you'll jump' too, when you realize
j I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hicks Parker and Union David *< White only
Glen Reddish is vacation- and family of Jacksonvlll Dyal of Hampton; Warren $$1 Holds Your Selection how well each dress is made detailed . ev-

Ing in Jamaica from Tues- and Sgt. and Mrs. A. W. Bloodworth:: of Lake Butler: $1.00 In Lay-a-way ery fabric from a famous maker every dress her favorite -
and! Mrs. Thelma Broughton
day to Saturday. Chapmnn and family of Fort
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilllngham Bennlng. Oa. spent the past of Graham. style! See A-lines and jumpers two piecers

and daughter week with their parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and traditional back-to-school favorites.
Kathv of Jacksonvlle are and Mrs.\ Ernest Tanner were hosts at a family reunion -
spending this week with Mr. Miss Lillian Stump visited over the weekend. Special Purchase! :
and Mrs. Ouy Sale at Kings- Mrll.1I:1I7..bfth_:_______n Fowler -In.. Those attending were the I
ley Lake. I.-n. Gallle over the weekend. families of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Roswell Paulk Paul Paulk
Fowler of Winter Park were I Jacksonville spent last Tues and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
weekend guests of Mr. and day to Friday with Miss Paulk of Daytona Beach,
Mrs. Herbert Thomas .and Kate Struth and Mr.\ and Mrs. Jeff Paulk and daughters Boys Western tens J-
daughter, Kathleen, at their I Mrs. Merrill Struth. the Misses Jeannie Jeffery -
camp in the Scrub. Dinner Pvt. Bud Spears of Fort Mary and Kay Paulk .
guests on the Fourth "were EustK Va. was home for the of Plerson. Ga., Major John
Miss Gall Thomas Mrs.\ R. L. weekend. Roberts& Paulk of Valdosta Quality Western Jeans In Heavyweight 13 3-4 1 1k

C. Thomas, Mrs. R. D. I Mrs. W. C. Finney and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk Ounce Denim or'Super' Twill
. Thomas and children of daughter Mrs. John Blair of and Miss Karen Paulk of :
, Wildwood Dr. and Mrs. St. Petersburg are visiting Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. ,I k M.
. Donald Chubb and son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Edison Paulk and: Gary '
,' Winter Park, and Mr. and this week.Mr. Paulk of Whitehouse, Mr. Blue .88 1 ,
,, Mrs. Kenneth Overstreet and : and Mrs. Carl Sewell and Mrs. Billy Manning of Wheat ::5 FOR
family of Jacksonville.Col. and family spent the Fourthat Jacksonville, Mrs. Francis Black 5 v
, and Mrs. H. M. I Cocoa Beach and toured Stone of Kingsland Ga., Mr.
Hatcher and family and Mrs>> Cape Kennedy. and Mrs. Jack Colson of I Slims Regulars Sizes
Hatcher of Palatka Blakely, Oa. and
, Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Alfred and Mr. Huskies 6-16
spent the weekend with Mr. terhaus and ion and, Mrs. Ervln Andrews and Mr.
and Mrs. F. F. Hatcher in Mrs. Larry Dues.j and Mrs. Vernon Reddish of

Maitland. Quincey. ill. visited I Starke. BOYS SPORTSHIRTS BOYS ORLON
, I Margaret Jackson the past Dr. Wallace Dekle 01 Gainesville I BOYSUNDERWEAR
THE BRADFORD week. Mr. Duesterhaus was a was visiting Mr. and
COUNTY TELEGRAPH M. P. at Camp Blandlng: Mrs. W H. Nollman on I CREW SOCKS
during Word War II and attended Tuesday. ,
Published every Thursday \ a reunion at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Styles galore! Choose 10 0 % Orion Stretch
at lie W. Call St., Beach on the Fourth. Norman toured South an.l1: I from traditional tapered By famous BVD Boys crew socks er the favorite y
Btarke, Fla. 32091 Rev. and Mrs. W. A. West Florida last week and I button downs, henleys, never have enough of in
Hogan were visiting friends were Friday dinner guests of'' plaids, solids, oxfords briefs or T Shirts. every boy r
. Second class postage paid and relatives in' Pensacola. Mr. and Mrs. D N. DenmarkSr. I paisleys. Sizes 8 to 18. town. Fits sizes 9 to 11 3
at Starke, Fla. I Hattlesburg, Miss. and Cleve in Jacksonville I Sizes 8 to 18 and in his choice of 12 ?

' Sub crtpt10n Rates: I land. Tenn the past two Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. I IVan Reg. $2.99 colors.
week !erllt of Oa.I
" Decatur
.. IK trade$2.00 area six: "month.110 per. I I Rlcnlo: Williams of New are visiting! Mr. and Mrs. i I for for for K.-
;year; Port Richey spent last week Harry Mooty from Tuesday I 3 $5.88 3 $$2-05 3 $2-05 .
. E. t. )(&tthew.. editor and with Mr. and Mrs. Robert to Friday. I
; publisher BarksdAle. The Barksdales Mrs A. E. McKInney was
OuiaUa trade area: $'.00 have as a guest this summer, visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. H. ,
per ;year; J2.23 six .IDQII St. George, S. C. 1 weekend. .




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) callae I Open House Held J| I Kitchen Shower '1 ccl rrrmi the 8th I ton for thu past year rued ali.ilf. 11 Cemetery under direction of

''I At Smith Home \\m Is I Given For ,. lout/ ",...hll1 Inslilute Jl
ta ; For Miss Huggins iI l lie University of I I I.Jun member of tho Seventh AdventlNt Home of Starke.
restb! I Mrs. ThorntonMrs. 'j "> :2 H thiough July 1.MI. Church and DradfordI Active
I pallbearers were
'SJ t !:- ;Murray will Lodge, P. A ht. He l
:ton.1 Miss Linda Huggtns popular ; Bonnie Thornton & wall the members of the Starke :Masonic -
, fro 1 GLADYS MOOTY\ bride-elect, was complimented -'' ,e I who .- marrla ,//mi.: :' ri l, BHS next : I father of Edward ft. Ingen- I : LOclgelIIHoni\ <' rites
was announced
icernl: Phone 0640651Miss I at a delightful r I lercntly. was! honored! ill i- '.' .i'.l" M"11', edit the lath in, who wits accidentally j \\ere conferred at the gravoi -
>f "open h01l5('" last Thursday II .c hi school Idled while repairing an oluvn- Ma.
thj kitchen shownWcvlnosdn., .'
'
' sec| evening. at the home of Mrs.1' r II I ; Ai"i.ill, I::" 1 200 MiKlcaU! I tor nt the L'nlvoislt.v Telll'hI -
nluht of lust week Riven b\
FosVr! Shi Smith on W. I all pHI ,, of Florida log Hospitil In (lJilne/ vllle last
areaaval ; Mis. \V. II. EdwaivN!! Sr. I UVUTKV CtXTNC'IK;
.
Madison i I'II II..m ,"cuk.
-i street Hostesses uji z" liiitltutfE. I ""
] Mrs. Lclwards Jr. and :Mis
with Mrs. Smith were Mrs. I l : The Lawtey City Council
Inves-j I Drew Reddish at the home Surviving are his widow I
- nexi| T C Hazen Jr. Mrs. a. B. < of the latter on :Seat-In.: R. Ingcnlalh 11,1'I r fiilllilll KcliicU ]ii.cenlutll( nflliinijon. will meet Monday night, July I
-1 Brown, Mrs. Buford Mitchell, 'II .y 11, at 8 The
I street. Funeral I | | one III/-llt"I'/: ::11,".. j p.m. regular
byeight I ''Mis. K L. Matthews and Standing! in the 1''ceh'hll'line .Services 1':(lltll I I. i KiMilwiiKlit.. ul 1 Htu'kakhis : ( !' meeting on July t was post

.r r r ,s Mrs Titus\ Olson.Arrangements were the ho-st'-sses.! the Held mother< :Mrs. :Marie, 0 i ,{ pOlled because! of the hulkl..y.

action! t of stock carnations I honoree her mother Mrs F hl/fen/ lath of Brooklyn; andI/

Lake) (chrysanthemums and X W. Strickland and Mis.! Bill-J /Khvml: K Injri'plnUi/" nl lfltel'! MMH Adole 'InIiiKfiilnth I'|{ K'\ltl OF THANKS
gladK]j were used in the llv- ', Thornton mother of tin-; Elaine Murray Mi'nitfo"' (Ih'd I i (I :Mondny ) ,/, of New York City. I
lug room and club room for! I Attends t 1',1, ."M lit'J' 1', Hhiii. "' ? ,I May we take thin me'hodiif
I Broom: Institute )KuiiiMiil,: Mt-i" vlc'es!, were twit I thanking our neighbors and
the occasion. The refresh- I'I ( i i.in'.t'III' ,' /
', f. Arrangements of blue hydrangeas iflci at 10 a rn. In friends their kind
ii At Weitnesday for expression
merit table in the dining J ji University: lllll'' )
and pink !gladioli! ) "//uii.. '. :Mi'iiion.il C 'hllp.JVltli! ;i of sympathy In our be-
room was covered with a I were u.eci: in the party croon' Ml tin, ,c nl 'il 'i u' i'i' '.. "Khlel: (lhnrl.-:) I l'".. M :.mil,I Kin I ,reavement. These expressions
white cutwork cloth centered Ir1A7 Mi'f 1 h' .1 i Mi i I.... cliiii i I
for the occasion The refreshment (' Lln< N V D '. ,
n with a silver bowl holding te.: i I B'' 111,14', on : I'nill I 1 1. I' "' .Iln'1dtm.' I II'I Iliinienr have been! deeply appreciated.Leon.ird .
I : table was! coveie'1:I I1'' "' nut !>i 1,1, I\t'd, ,
.q 1 'in wrv i H ,
white ,;took and yellow carnations : I I Jot K; K n in imptun/ nriflis and
P 1 with a white linen cloth air' t
a I leI : and chrysanthemums. -
centered by a large crv.ni ': I
. Ky.l !. .
-u-r
I i mind i bowl on 1crvqtnJ
l The !punch= table In the
' ins Brenda Tharpe platter) A'nutvl' :! the plntti :
club room was covered with Small!
ourr was a Kwland of ivy inlet'spersed : A Deposit
e! e- kY' i an i.nported appllqned orKanJy Weds Mr. JarmanIn with blue liydvnnvfas w family.'i
I
:i I theman | cloth over yellow lin- Holds oj
GermanyMr Mrs. Enos Haves presided
en The crystal! punch bowl
c at the punch bowl nn-1 wa-
was sun'minded by a garland I
I' assisted in serving bv11'! 'Your Choice
r.nd Ms. Luther EJd !
L
re' in __ of yi:!How mums and fern |
, Thai tie at Cullen!! Va. an- Jim Blood*nrth and :MiMnxi" '-
Ionon j Presidia. at the punch bowl
nounc- the marriage of their : Carter Sr. in 'i
) were :Misses! Linda Crewsand I I
edT dauxhter, Brenda Edith to Thirty-five guests! wer- In rrY'I
i Linda:: Bishop ,
Robert rultan: Jarman son vit-d tc;: call between Hi (Carp's La/away! .
lat Guests were greeted i nt the! .
aft r' JtVT I (offr: and Mrs Fulton hour:, P to! 10 p m. ,
ty door bY Mrs. Mitchell! andpresel.tcd
i I to the receivingline I YOUHK! Jjrmon of Anderson, i The hosre'-ser presente-! "'
S. C. The wedding was an i the honoree with a piece' ':
composed of Mrs Smith
- I event of Juni' 18 In the T-flnn 'inkvnic i" a memento
Martin Mr. Parr the honoree. her mother.
I ,. Are Wed Frankfuit Central Chapel; in of the oc'-asion'
Mrs. George Huinlns.! and FIRST QUALITY FAMOUS BRAND
In Madison Street Baptist Church Mrs. Bobbv McRae motherof Frankfurt.: Germany. | .yCarol- I lay ,

tho brldeRroom-elect. Mrs .Jaimnn I is! the Hrairldauxhtcr .
The :Madison Street Baptist i Bi-oom. The bride's': book v.-as'' Asslstlr.a In serving were of Mr and :Mrs r.

Church was the setting for 1 kept by Debbie Mai tin, Mrs. A'lce' Anderson Mis. Charlts! K Shuford of Law- '
the uedairiK of Miss Elizabeth i ter of the bride and SI"-I' Clvda Sinclair i I tev.cl1; <, attended! :Montreal-
Mrs. J R [
I Beth) Wauthena :Martin ]Parr sister of the groom. Wainwilvht. Mrs Robert (I Anderson; College In Mon- I BLANKETSgSJVT

to Lawrence I ILariyl) La- Aftcr a short wedding trip Green Mrs. Walla L1p I treat. N. C., and is now attending -

mont Parr, Jr. on Saturday' I the couple will be at home ta and Misses! Betsy Matthews eY'1 I the European Exten-

evening,, June 25, at 8 o'clock. ,'; their friends at 701 lJrt'xell 1 I and S"1'1"a HUf'llnq, lon. of the University of
Thd bride's uncle, James W. : street, Albany Ga. Marviitr.d.
Th honored .
McCall of Taylorsvllle, Miss. i and Mrs McRae Mrs were HujrRins Mr, iind Mrs Jirmnn are '
officiate.! at the pre'I VALUES OLFAMOUS? BRANDS !
double-ring
ceieinonyThe JohnsPhillipsEngagement senfe l with carnation I]' 'on touof duty with the ,
Depnitm, nt of Defensein( 1 ,
gages as' they arrived: and
oilde is the daughter Told Frankfurt t
of Mi' nut Mrs. Gary S. Mar- the briiie-elect was also [irlv- :, LADY PEPPERELL
en the butter knife to her DI '
tin of Staike ant: the groom Mr and Mrs. L T Johnsof 4 thermal
chosen Mlver 'pattern from,
Ls the run of Mr. and Mrs L : Staike announce the np- of i"
Luinont Parr Sr. of Albany pronchi.iz, marriage of thcli 1 her hostesses na a memento OR CORONADO
I I of the occasion.Anjna ,
|
Oa daughter Emily Owelda.: toI
Tha church was decorated William! C Phillips, son of 1 +I the pu'<*sts were { r ** :'

with floor baskets of giant Mr. and Mrs. James! I.). Phil i, :Mrs Stanley Poole nn.-l: + Both By Famous ;%
daughter Miss Nancy Poolp
mums cushion mums, gladio1) lips of Keystone< Heights.
), and red Happiness roses The wedding will be an; of TalHhnssee' and Mrs' Earl w y '

against a background of fern t event of September 1. Jeffords and daughter of Jean Mosley PEPPERED

and graceful palms. Branched !Miss Johns I Is a giadu.ite; : Alarhtia: In EngagedTo

candelabra. held burning of B-adFmd' IIIzh} : School and I II Approximately: 200 pne' K
were !invited to attend! be G. W. Harris
taper' und family pews weierrmikrd I Is employed at Big Dud I
tu-een i the hours of 8 and 1 1f 10
: J with Man'ifai.
sprays of cur ( luring Company M.
o'cla-ic. Mr. aid' :MiFir\ r Mo-
thion) mums and fern with I I Phillips also a graduate: uSHE. 'f'
l lev. of LiwteHUM: ( "n n (e I 1:14':i<
white satin bows is employed at CUy
I Recent Births I i t'nI'Rlll'nll'nt;\ turf .ippio.ich: ,
Oei aid Williams soloist, Electric Co-Operative In
In' maiJlaKe; (or thcii (ilniinhter -
<< was accompanied by Mrs. L. Keystone Heights.
,
,
Bindloid' Carol Jean to OetiMO
: County Hospital :)
V A Cunovu at the orenrr-- \ j t',
I the. "'/ Ifi""nis., arm: of Mr' and ,
a0nount following
" Marv Alayne Mai"tfrfr' te- Den One Cubs births: '* r,::...,r ,'.r.5. !! "MIK& Mclvin Harris, of gal +
ter of ,
the bride served as (I
maid of honor In Enjoy Campout Mr and Mis. Hers hE1 Al- ford
a street Gail McKinney
4 length dress of rose-pint I len Fiiiter.son, starke a I Th wi .!
silk- linen featuring a full Mmb
bkh t. fitted bodice and )OW one heivl) a camp-out at the I 1. Gary Coleman I July) :30. In the I''vtTKiei': II

pointed back neckline. Her i summer! home of their den' Mr. owl Mrs Ciaience; H'IIJI.J..t' Church to

headpiece way a rose, fashioned mother, Mrs. K S Mullins. Wayne Stewart Starke a C McKinney: !\fL's MJsley Kiudiiited! }I (

from the same mater- on Hal:! Lake Wednesday daughter, Tammie Elizabeth, the cnnagemi-nt 0l110un'.j', | fu out I-il ll'lldl'll! torch School Beautiful Solid Colors ,
night and Thursday of last t July IInteJ'ebt 111'I i In '
ial BJ her dress with a pink proachlng: marriage of his( inii5 and is' employi l bv
tulle nose veil.! She carried a week. i daughter Gall to Guy Coleman :State Fitim Insurance Co. in Super High Loft Finish! '

single red Happiness rose. The ten boys enloyed a rates on U. S i son,) of Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville. Completely Washable! t, ) '
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The bride given in marriage treasure hunt swimming Saviru.i !Kenneth N. Coleman. | Mr horns is a 1003: graduate e
hoods
have been
by her father was )lovely and boating, cooked their IncrejseJ four times since Miss, McKinney and Mr 1 nl Union Coiiniv IllithSchojl Cell Like Thermal Weave lets Blanket Breathe For ...

In a candlelight satingown own meals and took scout- the flee Series E Bond J was I Coleman ure both Kraduat-s I : I'lid I K employed" nl Summer Coolness, Yet Keeps You Warm In Winter! ..._ ;

of her own creation. It ing tests during the outinK! i 1 t sold, on May 1. 1941 Cur-i of Bradford County filch :the:.. Giniul.; Eleetilu!: pl.int ut .- --._._ .- --- --- ..
fentuit"! a Bateau neckline, Mrs. Mulling t was assisted: 1'""u'" 3
1 lent,, rate !is 415. per cent I! I School! Mr. Coleman Is tm- : ;
slim sleeves tapering to calla I i 'by Dr. Mullins. 1 when held, to matin Itv I f plov.'d by the City of Staike, -

points at the wrist, fitted bo
lee tio. ed with tiny bride's :( Flattie NotelMHik $:2.fiO at the I! ,A Classified Ad in The Tele-1! by the Board of Pub1 1 IU. at 8 o'clock. In the St.irkfrhuph : ( !
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buttons from the neckline to lie 1 ( dta / 4
TELKait.tm. Instruction. of Qod All h' ,If"-art
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a low rounded back waistline !. I 1-i graph brines result>> The wedding will! take 'n itifl e'.i'.ivean,., invited to 'i Flora's\' StripeSE I Heather Tones

.
The fitted sheath skirt a tt end. ": f
had an oversklrt which fell ,. .a t'.
Thermal
Super quality ta yaw
into a graceful short train.
Her fln.-rrtip( veil of illusion choice of 3 lovely patterns. 9 9

was head attached piece Her to a only satin orna-rose I t.q r Super high loft finish rich satin 5 --

lnpnt was an antique gold binding. Completely washable.

necklace a (rift of her maternal M016

urandmother. She carried
:fj. moIlDRES'S"FAS
a white Bible a Rift from .
the YW 4'S of the. Madison: w
Street Haptlit Church topped ii""

with \white! roses. Ivy and H 1
streamers! of white satin She NS

also carried: a lare handkerrhl -

.
RrarvimotherV: -

Th( proem's father servedas : Vclue Priced From 299TO 5"
ben man and ushers werHolmnn -

) Free of Davtona

Beach i and O Stanley McCallof

Pompano Beach, uncles of Get 'em set for feock-fb-scTiooI in Carp's dazzling array of charming 2

the bride and groom.A new fall dresses many, many styles in PERMANENT PRESS
reception was held In the
church annex which was decorated > FABRICS! One and two-piece styles in solids, .Jto-( _

for the occasion! with plaids, two-tone combinations, checks, ti'"" CARP'S 'PREMIUM

bouquets: of roses and mums +1 'I stripes and prints. Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 12.
Mrs. P. T. Nolin greeted \ CRYSTAL FLAKED Electric Blanket'LADY PEPPERELL!

guests at the door and: pre- l la .4
henteJ them to the receiving /
line composed! of the bride Quilt Coverlet GUARANTEED 2 YEARS Nap FanfasjiVn

and groom the; wedding party .. Simla Control, --\
and the parents of the bride 4 I Tella 12 99 '

and groom. I. ) JJ 7.A full Sirs i ....... \799

Mrs H A. Lawson and Mrs Dual) Control . 18.39ttrjcfv ,- ""'

Roger Dtinsbv. presided! at Just t toveTy spread by day, -a warn sews Is Jo Ui. nap! rxem,,"
the bride's table which > unbreakable! heat control >
was at napped weavi of 100% acrylic.:
coyer night Gorgeous white
overlaid with a outwork cloth I 3 of #. flakes on colored backjround. Cora gives perfect sloping eoo vlttt a lush laey-ltaht, hand-ore.

and:! centered with a three Jlletel1 washable and reversible. lotto lovely solid. colors. cbitsdlook. Jlec cofaU toUd wlars.

dfeornte'l tlererl' pedestal I bride's cak ManyStyles "'-I.. ,- .......... ............. ..lf
with dentate t pink :ii

and white roses and topped .
with vrddlnsr; bells. Around
the cake wa* iTdi tl'
a pnrland of
fern and white cushion mums. FAMOUS FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM ......

The punch table was cover-

ej with 1\ white linen hemstitched +TAF + + QUILT COVERLET

cloth and centered

with a crystal punch bowl F ..f
with a pedestal base around IAY Decorative spread by day warm
T r f R ,
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which v.-as a garland a M "
of fern 99
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and pompoms. Mrs. Gladys .. ; AWAyiT / cover at night. Attractive prints

Wasd'n' and Mrs J. T Law- M+q /d la, Ir tA. amMo/e/ G e., w with colored border. Unconditionally 5I "
son poured I
punch for the ap- eesao/n..gl
guaranteed.
proximately 120 friends and J ri I U hl ft .

relatives of the bride and,.
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T11tnllI1AV.! .Ttl.V! 1. 19ftft
rAfttlt }'nTR BRADFORD COUNTY Tr.UOR\PB: RT"ttK1'I FLORIDA

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Rain Total : was 820 lmhe! as compared' used for turf purposes In''' Floi Ida. This grass does well non-stick pan. Morgan., ,IT,, Orange Aii-lilti-it, (Park"2J\K\ Florida Highway i-nt Hunul' of ot,tin-"."bid 10110' I'lay..blll01 InetrurUon I .. th olllradforil ,.. the((10)) runt days"I&et sifter piles bolntr. within awarded ten- Tll will. be HiKienaful notified, bidder u.It bin. ll\i Ir fur, ...

under low level of main The non-stick coated cas- the r-ontract. Hald bond dnyn after the Mil II Ii iiLiiptTli "
with a 30 year average oft I Florida according to HauyMOVII& a follow I Connly.. Florid, un .
I I and aH .lni,, t the ..rfni main. tpnymont Jlnurd. of Puhllt'" IiiHti" ,"
10.3T) Etches for tlus poilod! Florida. Agr1ultul'nlExtmsitm : tenance It thrives in an seroles, waffle and grid Irons I. |I.. \v. Uutllfe Cuiiioratlun" ..vld..,.. of Hood. fHlth and uitrantilni ot Haiti p baud! to be lien of Hrudford County 1.1",
thai the sureesshll ''
Ahead ninelng
Runs I Four flies were reported by'' Service tuif. spec- : acidic: uosl but will not stand otter meat advantages when it 3. ililiu-iivlll Jacksonville flan KlolMit torn guns hlohh.rI III XHiuliand' paid' .li\. .thu trot' tray. rur. Ida. reserves the rlwht I .to r'J..t

the Florida Forest Service ialist They are St. Augustine much weai nor poorly drained comes to cleaning. Hot foods <,:..." allliFloihlu. .. fumlHli ''n Ilin. lUnnil of r'ulilli' No bidder mu>' withdraw .his tin:',, and all Ii Ids. and. t
I '-
i.nInforiiiuMUt\
.I0ilitH '
,, lliudford Connt hid 'lor IL period of thlity ( > 114105
Of Last YearIt during the i past week with centipede, eoysla bermuda soils Mowing every two seem to release better from 1.55 '\\ll hPK. .II"Il.\.IO.\ I 1"II'lIdl..n, 1..I.'u.. i of a Lund. Issued. h\, attar, tin- duel forup TIIM t I llOAHU, OK prUI.lt'.. IN:

18 neves' burned. Since Jan. b.ilila. and carpet.St. weeks will keep the lawn non-stick pans than cold toads! PllOtl IIHIIIOM'A u S u'ely (ornpanj IlePOend. todo ,'nliiK' Ihrr..o.(. WI'KL'C"THIN0/' F'uhAF'uh. :
cni-ritl 1'ourCt.r.uon Tp- Will 10.I 'IBIIIlllid ,'ol'TFI.oItIOA:
do. I Klorlilil andllnnil Tllf lolllllllt""' !
look- like a Rood year 1 there have been 09 flies Augustine Is the sttui.- looking nice request and ,n.-.'Ipl, 'hllKlluHH tin-,In I nll.-d .Siuii. 'to t'omplettf. Haiti projm Thnniaii I,. Casey. Jr. Sup i
for ducks with Bradford with 4299! acres burned. as ard around the state. It ad- If you want your lawn very Always! use nylon-coated of seoul dopimlt ol', (;on' 'I'rrnsury i 1 by !).'|),iilnn-nt, IIH IIH' wlthl'i the time set forth In 1''Intend, nt

County < average rainfall I compared with 25 flies and I apts to a wide variety ol! fast, zoysia grass Is not the lubber wood all non-stick and erul sets! Co of nu plun'laetore.and. i\\o mirtlflciitlonn (21(:!.-> i i-iitabli,. fin, I"" l per rent< ".I'' bin hid i 0/S3 It 1"

during the first six month, 66.8 acrer burned dining the i I conditions needs answer. It is slow-glowing plastic-coated spoons and spa for I thin I"oJerl
mowing
of 1911IUl1nlnll!) about 13 In-1 same period In 1065.Let's. !' f ; tulas with non-stick coated ells bo' .iii, \\iii,.il',.d l txpllHH -
ches nhend of the same perIod mo\vln/t weekly during the but once established makes a cookware. .-'.I1..t. ll"IKUllfontra 1 * * * * * * *
very dense\: turf. It does best ,,
I summo and should be fertilized <'torn 1111roinn HItil '
DON'T TAKE THE SKIN OFThere's F ,
In 1965. :, three times a vearMevejs | In the heavier soils It will to return tin .plnniand p trrs- *
more than one reason "..t!. Ifkiitlnni" I'*' .
I
1 .
tor the
Total also the
average weather cold 5*
said that rioratine very for leaving the skin mail. H. Moon u. 1",11.1., --It '. *
county flour Jan. 1 through I I GoGardening; well. A weekly trimming will on after reri'lpt of hiil. .b.Architect's ::
I is the best type of St. Augustine -I sweet potatoes when you boll full -
Jum- 30 was 43.29 Inches ash I Icompa.red improve the appearance of offltv fur v ;
with a 50 to use because It Is more them. I of u nil. .
year the !lawn i yVy 4
average; of 3088 Inches for compact and stays green The thin skin of the sweet B. Mnl -<'iiiilriM-torM. 1 % -Ia.I". .., /
..
Seeded:" bermuda Is .
I grass rtr.t I I.'or plans nod' -i "
bluer: dlll'lnthe winterT'if potato Is easier to peel when
: (
the ilii l six months of the .
> i not as satisfactory for lawnsas I .Itlcutli'llH In "U1.tI' > We care
sear '! chinch bUll is a mortal the Improved Its cooked and it takes less of tn"i.torn.,, M-liiloM. I.> m news\\
me hybridtypes ,
By Ilpr,ny Sharpe! Editor the sweet potato with It. tiltdili''ixil "III I",, 't'he\ ,, i ity t
to St Auxuniii'1In
Another 1'11..l1y
wet seven dn\-- ,, I
> j such as Ormand orI Dollars. was experienced with n'' .'I"rhlltrle'ultnr..1. Ex. :month; Florida where Tlflawn ITlfton Besides when the protective 3 per tent HHI-H| ,tix. II
571. The f/
averse'' of 4.17 Inrhes during: teiislun Sinice: I rhiiT" \h buns are acthe mostof 'I spcdo.1 glass does not pro sweetness brown jacket is dissolved is gone In some the trip dogs plans are" and"ittumud"I... 1(1..t In i. about the peopled this

the wrck ending/ at 8 a m the year. St Augustine duce a dense turf and causes and tolitllttun within' 9 .
cooking water. 6 r i jJ .J
Monday Reports from the I n problem It Is alsomore
three> .lu' "O\'T for thspei So tlile in .% to FlMida! maintt i-aiice crass l\IcYl'l'b So many Rood: recipes callfor of bide. .the "nfundM i 1comniunitythan *
subject to disease! than cooked sweet potatoes \ >1 ho l-lfti--ii. /nLlliifOITi
lod were New III ei'. :21Inche ? (I and uoudeiU'Kvliat( \ .i.lcf:,. -ak1:i|(< 1 r: is tolerant! to most the hybrid j types an Ingredient:! as ( .1)0)) little. tux n.. any Bother

HlnhUud! 6 Itt an: of riiasto/ plant in your lieu we 1l\II lel'! con;;.itlons "The you can plan poult,. "h. kit shall I.. I
Santa Fe 4.50. improved hybrids can ahead by cooking I some extia node payahlttu. .th >
yard. Cede. itrass i.> widely I be mtm-aed at either high or Then place them In the refrigerator \rchllci publication rr i
Average:: rainfall for Junej Six .iivied" are tunimon:: 1 1)\) in noun and central moderate levels of mainten -with their skins still C M-iiiriilr. MurlMi I Sepur. t in the world. ..

; ance,' said Meyers These on. They'll be ready to use In ago nhoelB) fur" diawinKH" >f3f '
.. ... I or piiiff-H of. xpt-i'I III1..n8 s
L-, .. -' '. ..::....,......; ..I_. ,_" : .... '. :,_,; ,.'.._:..'.-_" ". '..:: .:' '- '---J.-; : .. .." ....M... grasses can withstand foot another way another day. may .In- purchntd,, ." .. from
traffic better than most turf 'Ih.rehlt --
.. ===. .=- '=T", I ( rvfundnUrawlnMm ": '
grasv(! They will \
not grow >l *1111 per, Hh.\, ? *-
In shaded areas however, and NOTICE plus. 3 pel cent t t.ixMlivclflottlurix *
xsf-
.
$ 10 pvipai '
freQuen Irrigation
Is
neces- The Fiee-Stone Alberta i-. ,Ill UN :S i per tint I..5.. x K ,
nrv It wilt grow In almost Peaches due to arrive this Note: All ri-ijiii.-Ht fur, 1"n"l' /

any: type soil and recovers werk.nd will be delayed until I laid. seer lflrla< Ulan,. ..'p. .UtlyMMJbWfaj \
quickly trom cold weather arato, *hi>i-ta of ilrawIllltX I Xf
the weekend of July 15th : 01, PIIK,'H Of HM| "I'I Ifkatlonn .j
The gras grows according tc ..
NOTICE! Mlitill I. inailiiMOIIKTll
R. H. .
location, so mowing shouldbe Grldei i.t j I [ /, 111-. Olflll. .Ofi I UA (MO tl(4t( / *
done whenever i the .\i< "hi'n. I IKath I. M
; necessary.Ths :;: .. .
: hM skull. In ait miiiin.., X-

Aroe.tinc: specialist Bahia Is. said the that best I (.-r(.\PIJ'''u.KI'd''brings, rpHiilti.T In t"ft)i .TEL} -I II tell bond l by In a the caahlir'H. iiniount. clink of. m!'.,. |I"hid- i r * * * * * * *' *

nf the'! bahla for'.' i I
I glasses -'
homeonner use. It has' the
i 'II! 1'11":11'1': \' Ionsl
[LOSE OUT SALE darkest jrieen color and Is .|,:

the 1 tea't; su.spectable> to dollar SuHlixl M.IH will h i ,. r'j, ]1. ,Ill,
In tlliofrii, .
of llu KN.| ul ANent -
spot Normt. oania Isu
grass Florid .
K..K-M" Nir\i." ,. -
.. '" ., .,. 'a-i prlrrmrlly for pasture In ttnom 57 Now hut. offi,. ..
FloiHa In recent years! it Utlllilltlir TlllliiliHHHiiKlmtilii" '< A/
until con i>.m ,ilJST) .'Inu 1 14.
\Walt Hulick Chevrolet Inc.UNDERGOING has been used for lawns 1''66. for the Hula of tin follow.
where low maintenance isdeslied leg" houses- Inc.
i L"Cr"ul'< HOUR Nn 11-01.
and quality is un-
Starke. Florida locutMl, at fro'no.1e, I 11.- Tn.
Impoi-Ur.t. wnr ,Aim'luia, (''''t sty 'l.inil 1
Tht: crass! d-.--etops deep! HIM II".IIHIVi.,. 1-.in:; )I.? ?t',,(
HI i"iiiin, rim
Fire|
TUW.r.
," root systems and thrives! well Bradford. t'niintvKIIC ; JULYJUST

under dry conditions. It ,.h hid muni {b" ai.,iiiniiiii( | '
toil hy aottifli, l u'Nhlo-r.
< ir
forme turf
i coarse open hark, made UHyal.l' to tin. SAY CHAIUJE IT" ON EACLE'S(; OPTION= CHAKCE PLAN
CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP/ that looks good tram a dis- l-'lnrliln Douril of /Forestry' In
tanpe. The greatest dlsad-: nn amount eiiunl' to Id pr rent
vantage) l Ili the tall. heavy of Oho 'hlil. Htii.manful. hiiM.j
!
'mini > moilh MIIIIX. rr"m f".rnNt DRASTIC REDUCTIONS SAVE SAVE

ALL NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKSIN seed irl.'R sp'kes! !; the that summer are produced mak-- i Ntrtlw,in.|'tlf.|(Nltr.ntli.ii.within) .ii, d!aysarms --- -

A "I'If'at,: hid 'mist hi -uhniltlnl -
STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY ing weekly: mowing necessary on cai'h I hu".." A lump
Acir,, soil Is best for this mint hid, u'III nut, I I". "n..,n,,1.| red. ,| I LADIES FAMOUS MAKER GIRLS FAIOUSIIEH: : HOYS I.'AIOUSIAKEH: :
SATURDAY, JULY 16TH. glass Since cold weather Kn-, ,iiiliillli.iiiil, I ,infi..nn.illon, ,
Oil MullhlS. ,. |11':1.| '': eon" 'llael. DRESSESA SHORTSA SWIM SUITS
will ti1!, n bahla /svass 1 blown tin Kori-n' ><, i\l." ..,,iniv" Ilin.
very tn't. It grows best in .air nt the Fn1'it'i.t Nrrvb, I .nIIeu.I.iuxrtvrN assorted
of better big of poplin. and :Most popular styles in
really great group
group
l lino" .
Week Till 7 the | V I J.: Sn "d
Nights Open P.M. .luthein part of the HiMllRVa-ll.' Oaim-HMIIe i. tMnridn32nill I, dresses in a host of spring denims in jour choice: of solidsor colors. HiLes20..
state .
I Kol, .iiil.litlu. ", ..al liifin" nun Inn onlions. I styles drastically reduced for plaids. Sizes :3-1 1.
Carpet mass \Is a native ., ;pro., : Reg. 3.00 $2.50Reg.
fi-ni i ntii. I theFnrs.t fast clearance. Petite junior,
,\ LJ. VVAUKANTIES W'1LL IIH IIONOKKI I) i
plant which adapts well to sert'Irn' (I'/I\, /,\ Itnpgaat ".
siLes. Hex $2.00 : $2.50
I1Y ItALDWIN CIIKVKOLKT.: : INC. Yon It: pool'!; drained soils and will Ih. 1"'urrsl Slllvlll- IhHlUiliniriiiF ') Misses and half : Rear. 4.00
,
II..111.,, .,. II..... 17:, $2.99
NEW CIICVKOLET DEALEIJ.If :. not M $Itn stand dry conditions Lull. ',, llutli' i,. |.9'.l.| | ",. |Irlr.| $ J .77 $2,22GIRLS
It .aces best on acll:! pin.ni. ld.hv Until' t'oi-41151.; :: : 1-3 OFF
.
soils under low feitllizatlonAccojdiiiT lIi- u niHik nn '>ulo''11 I.- rl,ant, }'AIOFHLKEIt: ;
of tnvnlopo' 'Mid/ on """H.-'J'" (; FAIOUSJ.IER: :
to Meyers, this Is 1)u. Openi-i' ) Jnl\, It' I'lilt)." LADIES FAMOUS: MAKER DRESS PANTSPlain

- __._ I the least used of the grasses Tim I-I I,,Ii lilt' KolvHt, sort IirtHirifl ... SHIRTS
-- u 'llu riKlii. ,to t r."J"-".I iniind '," SWIM SUITSA
M
,.., -. ,-. "'-. -. -. .. .-. -- -- ',i.r .ail. I.lil., ( and pleated front styles
.. : : :. ; :,. ,... ". : ..:. .. .:. ._. r':' : :'.\' ;: :;"' : ';;;'.:,,' I!:' <; '.' 'i i'v': ,. ':: ;I r NON-STICK: COOKING 1"I.lII/: / 1..111.. .:s'I'.. -1':11\1"1'': ': Surfer Shirts Sleeveless tailored fit. Sizes
UTENSILS' II i I'. l...>nei, KlH.iil. AifinlH good !selection of 1 and 2 Knits Dressy Blouses! for.a perfect
I :III Jt i/7 for 2 .12.
in time
reduced
piece styles .
The newest cooking1 utensilson -_ Sizes :M I

'II the market have a slippery MIIKI.: fiv i>'ittinn: ;II" your first trip to the beach. Reg. $2.00 and $2.50() Reg. 89510.95
nonstick plastic surface which IUIIt'I.: '1t IICIIIHtlM' :> \II!. Reg. $12 to $20 $6.75Reg.

yon like going .j: y' makes" them easy to use and *:Notice> iiiuloi-HlKMi-il H lurt-ln' irlx-n nniN,,, .i thitlh I tin-, ., 12.95
f. wash. $1.88 $
.w d ,piuxlHlon' of "Chnxir' 2s.'Ij" 1-3 OFF $10.95
'
"first class". you II like thisSMiTHCORONA0 ahl Except for the tubed rake I|I Law of Klorlilil.. Arty .of 1'nil,
; \\'111 r"lel.'r l l with' the (rurrl.. olI .,
l pan. all non-stick utensils'\I the C'ln-nlt '.. ;MESS .FAMOUS:
44 ( uirl' t In mill' roiMliinliirl :M\KKR A1KNS: TKADITIOXAL
Traveler should! be conditioned the first I Vaunt'Flnridl' un, VANITY FAIR BRAS
I' III proof of i,"hll"U"n, of till CASUAL PANTSA SPORT SHIRTS
*rf #:*,,i ,
notl i- tin fl'tltioun tiiiniiol. '
in white black' blue
with cooking oU or shortening.An Nylon lace ,
The
seen Bulk
Cnnipnnv (Inn' ?
occasional oiling will improve I, 11..1.I dO"V"NI MufllNun' SI pink and bei/.{e. Sizes :))2-0.:! ) A, special I group from our regular "Three IIfmerit'a.s most famous
their when Staik'. ruc stock of v\ash 'n wear per. brands" Plaids madras.
use they appear K, and C cups.:
c luuil
i I'rowtion 807 w'e.t manent press! dacron and cot. olids. and paislejs.Sies .
diy.Using Madison !Ht sutrke, Flu. soli ;. stripes !
fat In cooking Is optional owner Reg. $4 $2.95 ton pants Resr. $jUI>S-!$ ] Hull'd thin Shut day| of .rune,.
In top-of-range utensils. A. t>. lOi.rt at Starke, Bradford l ll
: Eggs will cook without adding Count, *" loi'Ida.. I For Reg. $4 $2.99
fat but their appearance" and 8/33 4t T/K l LADIES HAHYDOLL 2 $10

flavor are improved when the PAJAMAS ReS. $5-$6
> ') '1'1'' K: I $3.99
non-stick skillet Is very lightly :MEN'S 1.JOlTSi.Ilm: :
Noll'O I 'In hereby, .Rlii tliulHoaliil '
I greased Large assortment.. of styles and
'.I"e ulll ruiil\d" 1 htin > SURFER SHIRTSA
Most meat has enough fat Hoard fIr Puhll Inatruttlon '-. colors. Sizes S, 1\1. L. :HENS: SHOUT SLEEVE
01 1-aiirorn; County FloiIdii. '"
In itself for flavor and\ brown- ill Mi,*, otfhe uf ;fli. Su." I big big big selection from, all DRESS SHIRTSThree
Ing requires no additional fat prrlnttndent' of pnMi. TnHtrtutlon '' Reg. $6 $3.99 favorite makers in this
IIr HiHilford' <' P. pBox jour
<'iiiMty
I when it is cooked In a nonstick till!'. HtlllkO. .. l-llM-lll. UP tl" ;outstanding group of ! pan. Muffins lift tl7ht 71111; I'M ( IST: on tii. ant din cloths oxfords, hatNtes all
LADIES SUMMER plaids and paisleys... to
lout| of non-stick cups. With of .1 I lug 11168.> for the lonHtiULlli.n Reg./ $1.
cottons: and dacrons and cot.
of:
cupcakes however. It Is necessary : I STYLE HATS
,
1'11\.10 'I Jdu..IIU"n: Faulllty.starlt. ton. Size::! 1117.
to grease the cups first. .. Florida.
Butter cakes have a hightendency at \\ h"h tlniB bids Hliall bi. Entire stock reduced for final 2 For $5.HENS
I to stick and tear' un ",pntil nnd n-ad aloud An..]; I Reg. $5 $3.99
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hie'. ,|. ,iiii-i\i-il, after tin.ouiMil,
I Iless the pans are greased first. fiiil lit,it end date. will not biIIIHllltfl '
bread .t-ft. : : SHORT SLEEVESPORT For
Yeast
and quirk: breads I I !
I'lnn-" -1p, ... I In atlons.t Nod ron, 3 $11.75IE"S
release from an ungreased trait, aotumi-nt. may he cxaiuHIM 1-2 PRICEGIRLS SHIRTSFrom

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1 1t I '. your Con IIrite makers: -a : : STRAW

FAMOUS :MAKER big selection: of traditionally DRESS HATS

Serving Florida SWIM SUITSA styled shirts in ----oliila stripes

1 C L A S S I Cs 1 12 I I ,QI Since 1950 great group of the latest 1 and$2.99.!)pha ids. Sizes S1.: I.. Reg. i i "\mericu"'l810'lt brandi"! respected..

1I ; Qrtttlng S gIN and 2 piece styles. drastically

I t by SMITH-CORONA ,trit-yore reduced in time for the first 20(, OFF

,: This broadshouldared portable outperforms everything In Its t t :Good No r's't'' .....M"e. tai.av...r dip. Sizes :3-14. ForMEN'S

das Ifs handsome, versatile, easygoing. and built for +a, '"ro 3 $5
Mrs. Lucile :\IE 'FAMOUS. :\ :MAKER\
extra duty at home and off( ice. ); t Cordially
sq ; GodwinRepresentative }> Reg. to 12.98 $2.00
"' n tr'g I tI : FAMOUS: BRAND SWIM SUITS
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Selection of surfers jams and
SPECIAL! :
t .r CHANGEx\BLE 40 optional special accent.. Ph. 96 .53:1:: Yu and Tour LADIES PANTIES selection of solids, plaids., swim walkers.Reg. .

... and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custom 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your and stripes. Sues 2S-42.

r '... keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. .- .(( Starke New )Horn Run proof 100% acetate Tricotin $5-$7 $3.99Reg.

JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting. 'Iaffil <> sizes 5-S. I Reg. 69c pr.
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vj The/ State of FloridaIt Reg. $5-$7.95 $3.99 $7.50-$9 $4.99
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1 f KING SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra bit Is Our Desire To Make You Feel l Welcome and 6 ForSPRING $2.50 HOYS SHOUT SLEEVE Special group $1.50

typing: jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. .sew' :- To Acquaint You With Your City.If = <: SUMIEItHANDBAGS: HENLEY SHIRTSLarge

IJANRSOnIE.VNYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost. BOYSWALK
| you are new in the area, a phone selection in solids. ", madras SHORTS

COME IN TODAY AND- TRY TJ1EM: ALL. plaids and knits. Sizes S-1S.
.'f call will brine you a prompt visit, Entire: Stock reduced for this
Keg. $2.99. J'erma pressed solids:: and plaids

Only $17 ; .59 from your local hostess. Please give Sale. by famous makers.. Sizes 818.

1 llu 1'11" her a call! Sh. has maps! and many
1-2 PRICE 3 For $5.88 Reg. $4 $2.99

free and wonderful gift for you
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: nice: aofl water under the and Clay Hill Is beautiful!I: remembered and last week; a. post picked LUbk. 1 ba++lea ua I I c trt itfuull Llits tlaya ul Clo&.II/ ,I 1OIIol&IIIlullo..lL several times \withknife i i From NibittjjtA I haven Uila {
i bridge where I crossed on my I now with Its Improvements.' neighbor down the street' here and: enjoyed many afresh I I Hill when I .pulled)) the flag I or scissors and the!! pc : and (
i way home from school: to Best t remember the streams '' handed me a pretty bouquetof pK' and cobbler.: Once to the top of the Flag pole diced vegetables Stir salt You may have cares I
a I where I boarded. I often I the pine trees the wind, flo- flavors HS I passed by in Ptiulcla; : I visited the Henry fiingin: "The Star Spangled and sugar into vinegar to I duties
shampooed my hair in the 1 wars, and the giant oaks The \\ere poonlis and roses, Carterfamily.. Gladys was I Banner." Whoopoe! Memories disolvc: ) Four it over thesnurrkt'nut There are dozens of thingsto
water of that strewn. There I'' with moss draped: on the| and lasted all uek Then In jcli'-Ji( then and I went "i1> Clay 11111 will foreverbe mixture. Put in,, be done-
I were pine needles!!! In the huge limbs. The sunshine|I my neighbor! down tlln! 1'0aJ horn' \1th her. She and I,, with me. 1 lefrlgcrator; for 24 hours But don't let the day
water which gave a refresh- spread thick, as I walked has: tt a many: nice new peas picked blackberries and they Iliac \something" different This wlil keep a long! time In come to an end
ciz9Wherein ( Ing oair.!: home from school dreaming ana: b'uII.lL! ma a big suck also made a blueberry pie : I the refrigerator. Without some laughterd
I still look with nostalgiaon of the future of my childrenand I full i shelled them and' for nit. Yes those were; SAUERKRAUT SALAD. 1 HELPFUL HINTS: Try usan I fun.
my years of teaching at myself.! I sail;! many a crc'ciM' t them and have had happy days at Clay Hill. SoI I cnn i ilS:: oz.i saut-rkrnut drained lag a tsu.u-p plastic basket to I I 3o the. days pass for med
Clay Hill. They were such prayer !In the schoolroom on I lot< .if f ,'oort cut Inn have a host of memories to ; 1 medium onion diced carry toed for pitnic Holds: an, i often laugh at myselfen
the summer days I walk. We go down where happy and I loved the the road, and everywhere. '' I rn.n"d; : ( the editoilal by relive a; I sit alone In my 1 green popper( diced a pl- a lot aYI! works fine Keep' wh a kink crosses my path.
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drift by on lazy wings" I the old house used to stand years : 1-IiUI Indiana cottage. or wad out for the WI IN,,,;,'!!'
children and people so much I shall:! always love Clay | our t tt)''d editor mi the( wild! mlciito diced up: 1 teaspoon plent i
walk and find tour leaf clovers and back. He has fun smell- and still do. There have been and hv.'e sweet memories. : bic'f! !; "'"'> s bl \, ki>(*iii i s. And Ln.tt; ( seek was FlaK Dayand salt: 1 cup atiicar.: ''i sup ili I, '- and I pets Dow;:, like l ice< (3oa bless!! you every one.

and a skunk comes to town.I ing. Gabby is a black and and is many changes for the better'I I am always happy to \be :ra' h:.w.s. I hair\ m dais 1 hung out the flag I vinegar cut through, the rub'1too' LOVE LURA
will take my pipes and white Boston Terrier I I

go now full blooded! and registered -- un..-_____..--_--..---___--_-. -------_-_-..-.- -------- -------- ----- --- --.-----------._, ._. _._ _- _.__-- u_--_- _-.-__.-_...---.---- --_-.-..----.-. ------..---.------ ----- --.--- --.------. -"- --- :::----- ,
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And keep all sorrow from bathed and clean and he Id I r

you.And never allowed to run loose toIlet I T.tn II1LnSD4 :rjPEY.7totB: S SAomDAYI.J1JLXi2.tfif.: :
4 the dark hearts load; run over or stolen. 1 I
I will: take my pipes and hope to have him a good
go now many years yet as he is only .
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For I hear the summer 4 yea! <.'s old. J "
other day we started \ ." ,: .,'.
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And you will hear the out walking I turned to look '!.-"-
Il pipes a-singing back and:! admire a rose bush
,.4d11 As I pass along the road. in bloom beside the front cl I
Donn Byrne my house, when to my dismay Om mm ) I'I
'} c The above poem I used in I saw a skunk come : Jllgj S1 OrffItwkiIllMiI '
a column 20 years ago the from beside my neighbor'!!
week my school was out and house and amble across thE I''
I left Florida to go to Ne- road onto the lawn of another ti''
braska .tateto marry my neighbor's. I kep I
good Don. Much has hap- watching and before long
pened tnd! :! changes come a- here It came: back and wens .,..
bout and I am much wiser across the road and along thE
{ and better even than when Ide of my house. I do not'
I first user: this poem. But I know what became of it a:;
again I hear the summer call)) !, It was: Bins when I returned:!
but have no desire to take to I am most certain it must b'
the road now. I have been rabid:!, far It acted so peculiarly. .
many places. My home hereis 0
a good spot not too tar I luU! washed tnv hair '1 r ,
from ny son and families caught' rain water to wash ian' ,i
Gabby 1) good company andI it Is nh-e. roft al1' ,

have my writing and reading ., E'hluin' : !! I am Riving It i
rest from the hair dryer s '
anJ exercises to keep me, ) e
busy.I I and beaut"! shop bY dolni 1 II' SUPER SPECMLS\ :
myself.Vh<=n I taught a I
too: down the road I ,
Oabby Clay Hill I did my own hair -- -
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this morning for a 20 minute! There used to be so much
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Post 56 Wins .
; I i In last Friday' game I h MADS IN U.S.A. j I
Gainesville, Post 16 pnrliiye, ; ;'
7-0 VictoryOver eight hits and 11 walks Int, rbar &ftob"eftPIIr CD $

nn 18-0 victory over Post 1\(1\( or FoamRubbwBolfcfrlTTED'" l: .1J/ CANNNoi

Palatka/ The locals were badly weakened I :: kv Ir-,.a I

I by the absence. of foil _. .. '7ho NaroaSfieeS. Housewiu KnQw And ''ftiii; ,
After losing to Gainesville;!i regulars: Dwight Elder Wayn, i ateT ... k! ..;;4 .!! f
18-0 last Friday night with }MrLeod Manic Sanderson,, an. .4
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four regular players out of Dale Crosby .. :Hl -' _- '" .-
the lineup. Post 56 American Gainesville's lefthander! Larry "f".vi r : AAATFRESS I < '
Legion baseball team bounced Sheffield fired a one-hltte -: PAD3r 'N Eases Heducedir !I']
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Palatka back Tuesday 70. night downing'I' over' up the o"lv five Inning a slnjrlo l route( to, Emmett giving .., ;; vtW s3 I ., J I Ir

In the first Inning Crosby Akrldge. ) ( quilted" muifkr *v ia. >A, ,
and Howell walked after I Post IIi !scored four runs I 11 r cover wide fl -allergen4eretrc. ,\ I Ir
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Completely wa ,
which Wayne McLeod hit a each of the first two inning:;I PERCALE'"SHEETS
.bla> and male to tit .njtarufard [VVHITS! MUSlIN SH ET3'a WHITE/ i r
triple to score both runners.I two in the third!, and the 'I '

Elder then scored McLeod on wrapped It up with eight t ti,,:]I >*0r-"' fiii W* $4'' N. 72 99. Flat 1.99 .J .__ ::: US 172 a 108. flat. Pag. t. a Reg.
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long fly ball. Kmmett: Ak- lies' In the fourth. The ,1\1 2.311
a gain S9 Fitted. Reg. 2.99 ... -
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ridge was the winning pitcher. was called at the end. of fiv \ J 60S< Paul McLeod also hit a triple innings because of the 10-ru" I 1"----- 39.75. Fitted Rag. S4 a 75 Fitted Reg. 3.39 ._... 2.6., ,f't
61 108. Flat. 1.29 .... .._ 1.7. ,
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for the locals. rule. ,..___ ___ 1,7. 108 Het Reg. 7.39 .. -
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Starting line-up was: Crosby Oraln lest t BATH' MATH SETS .r CO :a Reg. 4.49 ,mm ,-- LII r
142 < V9c .__ ._ .7.
I a 34,1 CUD. Keg. pit
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Ib; Akrlrtge. p; Wayne Me- [ Post 58) wil play Opal,1 'I J2 a 84. Filled Rag. 5.79 a ... --
Leod l ss; Elder catcher: San-i there this!!! Saturday. and wl:I!I 78 a 75. filled Reg. 7.39 ...---- 6.311 a'
derson < enter field; Paul }[c. leave from the BHS field a t I long-fetlng' 100%! TsceMl 4\* FLORAL- PERCALE SHEETS 78 a 80 Filled, Reg. 7.6/1.- mm..- 6.5. u ,
Leod. rfl: Bcment. 2b; Howell, 5:30.: The next home game wi:]II '
3b; Irwin if be against Orola: on Tuesday)'. I C 'to anlunc ny bath ds/| >, ', \ l12xICB.F1at.Reg..39. :" '.. ....-t.aa. .42 a :39..C&1lesR. _1.39 ff,.-...__..... JI/I, w +
Others seeing action were: July 12, at the BHS par,k. ,. Machine wU\Gbr..J\ : "
S. Rhoden Danny, Grlffls S starting at 730. Admission I S eAd drvtla -- f/ $1 a 75 fitted Reg. 8.39. 2.611I
w _. 7.19I
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a 108. Flat. Reg.49 jg,
flee and the public is Invite I
Bennett and R. Jones. ,II I (187 a 75 Fitted, Reg. 4.49.,Tf* --. a.." '.PLAIN STRIPE PERCALE SHEETS 1Otis.
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CANNON r
f 72 :x toe Fiat Re3.1.39.". .'--oew-" +' .6. e
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'PASTEL PERCAle
HERCULES TERRYAAATS2( ) I' a9 x 75. Fitted Rag. 3.39..,.__ 2.611
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a Favor A 72 a 109. Flat, Reg. 1.39 >l? w 4.61 61 x 108. Flat Rag. 4.49.x.. a.l. "
: 89 X 75. Fitted Reg. 3.39 .. _a .. jt.6. 64 x 75 Fitted Reg. 4.49 ..... 3.8.
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and t
HOMES I'' sea wilb III 61 X 108 Flat. Reg. 3.99. .. r.-- 3.311 loa x 120, Flat Rag. 9.49 ..._ .__ ..211
--_" -= -N. "J t ti4 x 75. Fitted Reg. 3.99 M .r.-r .. '.3. 60 X 80, Filled Reg. 669 mil-- 4..911
"rII/J .__ 8.211 73 a 80, Fitted, Reg. 8.49 ,_ .r.. 7.311 Mtri'
...... 103 :a 120, Flat. Reg. 9.49 'AA. ,
JT 7.7. 72 a 84 Fitted, Reg. 7.99..x. dA8 ?,
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2. 3 or 4 Bedroom Homes, Brick or Block BEDSPREADS G..aa. Casey Ry 9I'i:" R.. -- 14&. \\43 x 38, CAM, Ao@ 139 (M' ...... .1......

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cl datcratoc fleler/ v >89. 75 Fitted Reg. 9.39 r 2.611
Phone 771-6845 3738 Lane Ave. So. | 61 a 109 flee Rag. 4.49 _ 8..11I

Jacksonville, Fla. II [64 a 7f. FKted. Reg. .d4 9_ 3.8$
!LR I 103 a 120. flat, Reg. 0.49._ _ u.
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NEW RIVER ,TVINYLI T Bt.Ect.Orns 'BUDGET TERRIES':' 'jfflrf 88 I II

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BAPTIST CHURCHJULY FTuffyV thick cotton ferry towels! cloth In a '
fnagnificient selection of colors in your choice Ij

I !.., an fine wtps .... '2xS2$177' of solids or stripes. You'll want 0 dozen at these# f.AT11. size- tecuiARtv 603' ev= i.1 .-

t I n. No-mar ftantwllacking. low White price
I Iiza .' Safe ItANO......... ,-.a;
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fO r <* nffrt ttoch Mdiaa d($ Slrlpeai\ Jacquards "' Arlnis'' '
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; J Hand Towel, Rag. 600 M Hand Towel. Reg. 1.20 r .9. Hind Towel. R g. 1.70 1.2.

'I Regular $2 ,ofWGb Cash Rey 3SG.. .u VAuh Gosh Rag.SOo_. ..aa: WfcUi Ootf, Mg. 60>c MI
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PAGE SIX : BRADFORD COITNTV TKLKflRAPfl. STARKB FLORID)* THURSDAY./ JULY ". 1968
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First attend school for the first I Intoxication $27.50 or five' the B3rd Armored DI'lgllde,1! per cent Increase. Clay County 111"iilMii I' on TiittMtlay.. AUII'u"t'' poal First Appellate DUlrlct.
Graders A CliMHlftpil'' In the TEIJCUKAPH I 111 (Cl SEAL: ) ij4
time tills fall are urged togo .lu.VK will visit the unit SuniUy has a .80( per curt loss, result Tim ,tputinl Prlmtiry, Elcr Ulvpn, under my hand and ,
/ to the school of their I I Ossie Edwards public Intoxication mOl'nlngrOlnlng here from and Union. County.a 2.79' per bring I lions irc l 1..lnl> belt! for 1 the the Great HOB I o( the Btatet, ot
Must ComnleteRegistration choice and complete their $27.00 or five da 's.Ilal'ry Cnmp Blanding where he. visit- jcnt JOSH. uIuI'ti'f. MoUu'tlnNT. I noun I sues.fli. Florida, at TalluhaiHor the
Capital thli the First day of
reftis trn lion.ChiUien I I Ie DowHhiie tlrlv- ed the 1st I3n. 18nil Armor N'r'I'I.j 4'1"> ri.Ollllltl I i-e.'oiiiisi'tI. ; Iliillllvul ptirtlPIl .
,*.. l 1., ,.nnif, entering first InK> \while Intoxlcntcd: forfeit- which there over the weekend MUST{ MKTIIODIMT: Ol-"a"I' I.: *1.1'1'\1: ,, <>!"' I iltnt t 1111) 1' I""II"u" "o Pfnvi' ,'inbelH Turn. .Adams .'' i I
grade must be six years! of <,("! oon.l( -uf $1O2.r>OR.ivmonil with units fiom Ornl.i: 'IIt'ltCn HTAItKK': I C!! 1'\'I'I.a: IIIfHI( I I.r I llu,> ifn. of ..luilKCor Secretary Of State
I'lHii'l.i. (' .of An- 7/7 at 1.23
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Parents who have not BBC before January 1 and! t Col I liii, ivklcHoliixii City, Live ( ult, and (Uulncsillc. \ KNu CI\\o Yl-l.I! I llal: I. To\l( .II. 1
Sunday( -- Church: School, I'I I < HIM .'1. ...r :Mni'< .. -
registered: children who will those entering$ klnderKaiten ( ;;. l h 17.51): ) 01/ llvi- U.iys. \ !. \ I. n Y ,
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0:15 Morning WorshIp, ''h,. Jutes' df )Kl'irl'li.' ''' .1' Inni.v t
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I must attain the age of five The local Ou.trcl, had thrcocnlmt.cil HIGH CAPACITY
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KI U" ii"l li'illmi I Ml" > 20,000 BTU '. .
i befo-.e January 1. Proof of men attending tiC I vlcp 11 a.m. Snack Supper for MYF I .. 'Kit iMIi.iiM. \\'lll IM In. I lil,! ,j
ARE TERMITES date of birth must be es I Racing Funds schools SP Tom Ornnt Is atAterecn 6 p.m. J1YF meetings, 6:30.: In U""I1""fl" Coiiim ..Ii 'I 1 ,in. < Y;I
tablished.Children. Evening Worship, 7:30.: .lay AiiKiiHt' 2 ami. If I in > -<- 1 4- : ,
DESTROYINGYOUR Total : Proving around. Mil. :.try, n H..UlIl< Miii'olal.. |u'iilninThompson I \
of kindergartenage $290,000For attending small missile repair .Holiday Circle 2 meets I UT-4 FEDDERS 'i1

HOME.:? wha: would normally go course. Wilbur L. Crews Is ol :3 I pm. at home of Mrs. Foster

to SMrlce:' Elementary or Bradford Foil Gordon Qa. atle'nJing; Smith. I Sheet

FREE Souths.de: Elementary will radio repair course and Sl5rtobert Tuesday -- Circle 4 meets No Money Down

INSPECTION register at Southslde. Orndfnrd County received : Lappe Is nt Fort Ruilter at home of :Mrs. II. H. Adams! ; Metal Works i
As Ltttle As Month
$10
Children not registered be- $12,000 In rnre track funds Ala. attending\ helicopter Circlo 5 at homo of Mrs. A. N. We Sprrlirllze e ,

r. i fore the first day of school this week the final paymentof maintenance course. Holliday 10 am.WeuinesclayCircle. --- -, We Do Our Own Financing
will not be allowed to attend ) Ill(' l nr,-B8 flirnl year. MnJ Randal F. Chitty and :3 I meetsat Heating & Air Con-

I'I fchool I he fiist day. Most Total amount received" : by Capt. Hrew K. Reddish will homo of Mrs. Drew Reddish ditioning Systems Fowcrfiil-Tnll cool au entire' apartment

I I school will be open Monday the county in the fllocal year attend the Ordnance, Officers I> : Circle 1 at home, of Mrs. '

539 E. Call 961-3965 throuslx Friday, 8 a. m. to 3 Tcrwillcgar just closed,I Is S2!>O,000 -- an Course for two weeks stnrt- Lillie Bridges, 10 a.m. Prayer Installation & ServiceAll .SIO}) or large office..even a small

II P. m. mi' renae of $28,000 over the Ing at Aberdeen Proving :Meeting[ 7 p.m.

New President previous year. 01'011I'td.') Thursday Chaocel Choir Types Metal Work home with adequate air circulation

I The County Commission and rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. 961-8611
School Bonn! hive: divided the [ Sales Tax Gain 964-1021 Sound .Barrier hushes operating sounds .t Reserve

No Matter] How You Look At It. Of Rotary flip$145.000.Us equally to eirh: --board.a total! Out of Reported H reForJune'66 : ,I cooling power. Operates on both 230 and 208 volts.

Pin n.. for the coming ycnr. ')f Its share however. the DeluI1llitlifie6-remO\'es up to lit gallons of water every

und a report on the rorent district Commission!' pnld $15.000 to day Five-year warranty on entire hermetic system.
'- conference nt Terry," were the Bradford County Hospital! Rindford Count thowed,' n DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Air exhausts smoke-filled air Dual FloW' !
'u s gi"pii nt I the Rot.iry Cl'ih B'.v.ri; of Tiuste"s., $10.000) tc 15.72 ret' vent Fal": in siicM< Exchanger : .

; I X I "edneri.1Y, !' by the now proiiflent. !' !- tho BI 'i.Ifni") C"iiintv) I I: IJovelop.ment tix rnllrrllnnH f""r ..Inni. 1 DuO' STAmHPIIONI' 961-2(300, ( ) Weather Wheel Two speeds Washable ger

L'tVi Clyde: G. TnwMlecni 1 \ Commission! nnd $'],000 in compared' with the same micldal: filter.

,Il. ... who took of Are at this meetng. to the lli.ulford.: Coiiiity Kali OWI'.!It ;.n 1PG3.! : KEYSTONE 11 EIGhTSPhONE173.3176:

AsEocl.it! inn.National. The totals, were! J21,7"0.05* We Do Our Own Financing

Mr. Terwlllcgar has neon n/ I for last month and $18828.41 Rental Services
Rotnrlnn since 1943*' (nnd n Guard "01' Tune 196S.Jarndfordit!! : .
WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
I member of the Staike Club Sets WeekendTraining was the lirc"ipcrcentnjje HOSPITAL IIEDS. WHEEL CHAIRS ,
iid XIXI since lOSS.; when ho moved: to gain in the area

Stnrkc na Ford do.ilor.: Movai Here u ith I the exception! rf RHP;, !' CRUTCHES 231:. I N. TEMPLE:: PHONE 961.0631

\ nctive in hclplnif. organize! t'U"'J',_.._... ...,"..iI.. .. "..I..,....,....,..1.? .. ."...,. .''U..
and buil l the Stirlte Golf
Country Club nnd served U', the loi'it' '' Nitlovil: flu.ivd: : unit -

its fist.' rrealllcllt' being re"lected will conduct' 1' ''llnlnlt thl '

for n J""rond, 'orm.Jlr. ",'...,':<*Tl t (minim I ; ii iiMaemlilv. : JUY C .

Terwlllcgnr served aprculie'it !! this S'lt'irdav' and f"pi'! ,v.

ford County of Chamber the Starke-Brad-of Corn the Tho Starke unit armory will mipmhle at OiTiO::; nt a f\u{\ t fSIGTiO J GgS'p mmf

,
moire' In l94u-6l.! nn-1 ''is ta. S.itiii'duy when classes: in .

first Federal Is Winner\ member of the Vestry of St.Mnrk's Q.I Civil Defense, M.ilptennnce. ,, ,. -" .
:: npldinpal: ( C1tal't'h.Ir: I ti nil Car nf rqiilpment' landmine 1-' ''' =: o- f''''_ '
also served as a mr-nber of W J'CIII'PInti/ troop in-
formation will be clvcii. .
the Drartford County Development
Authority for four years, Thin will", be the Rr., ,- wee' 20) ..r nr'-i or 10",,,. one lii...rtlon l\1f"lnorl..l.. KeMolutlons etc. Dliplay l> Ads! In Classified' Section!

4 1/21" Now Earn More ThanPer _____ __ 1-00 ____________
and was: re-ippolnte. : I for on. pnrl tu : i4'45C111)Ifor the minimum dluC'p) --n -- Per uord ___ n___ .03 91.30: per) Inch-Hr"t Insertion.
other four ye.irs. until 1070 unit !since' returning from Us If not paid In advivnre __________ 1.23
('ard.. of Tlmnk: I'p In 1 50 wonltnilnlniiini
Ever Before
Annum 4lz'Per serving as tieaaurcr! cf BCDA iipnual fold training nt J.'ortSt.cwnl.t Kcjcd, riMlod. or blind ud* $1.25 per inch after first Insertion.
AntIcipatedDividend In tuut It ting his term a"! : fin., nnd ni'ir'i' of M"' (nilnlKiiiniJmrc ) .. 1.35 ( charge) --------------- ':.50
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Annum Dividends Compounded 1"1'.1 i lent. :Mr. Twvll'cTnr' ; called -] time will be Hprnt In perform-I Kuril:, addltliiiml, weird o\er 21'.1)1' ) Over 50 words F"rord l__________ .0:>
Rate Quarterly. Savings In for an l-icrease!' In Rotarymeni'.je.Mhlp log,: the necesHnry> maintenanceon
by (the 20th from the first. .. 1 unit r-qiilpmcnt.
earn !! foi IMo new yc..rand MATTRESS I.NHI KA.NCKAT FOR SALE-Brick home. oak Il1oQt' | BE SURE TO SEE' WORLD
Till :3 J ion of ,a' It i't "ftiuTil.pil, ) ( Ihn: I llif- Insurance Problems? hASTINGS:
01 Oren p.m. Wednesday! for the uiclopt :
1 RKIMVKI( RATES ::1} bedrooms. 1'j: bath j BOOK before euylng, any
41 1/2 and 5 ::80 p.m. Friday for your east one now lob project. ,during unit has :ilioiit half ii niilln, I'iill S!It. :M.m: l-'r-vm & (UI'IIOLSTEUY'WORKS I'aUtka AUTO. MKK:, BOAT I ffljnllv loom or dining ai-ca i i other encyclopedia. M. A.

convenience; the year.Mayor's. dollars, woith I I of 1'11111'' 'lint .of : "KEYSTONE"George[ ; ; 'I' 710 l.cmon St. DOYLE K.': lUONNFK:( :' : ,I Enclosed gara e. Double lot Payne, your local representative

Per Annum various. ; types Ini-liid'ng" ,. vr- E. LaRue Furniture Repaired I II INSURANCE AGENt: I 10'JH:! Palm; St. TIm Warren. since IMC.1! Box 626.
111. ICS.. I lo'l'H.''> 1",1)l t it I 1, IJ'll'M; i I Upholstered & flnished tfchc
tCt'h
: nsfl.4'1 ; Phone 984- !793.: tfcn
Court ,i-lc 1 vtht'h' niiint he nri'nl.i'ii-' .'" I K."vston-> lIclL'lii' :MATTRESSES HEHUILT i

First Federal! Saving? crl in a 't': --vi. ..ra'o')| nimnriUriK > Consultant For All Your I New Innersprinus! .' HAVE BEVERAL OPENTNX3S

ri'-n; Clinrlc, \ .T. 1 I'.1'1- Insurance Needs; In !Mama; Priest Kindergarten,: Myers Power ToolsArea
\ and Box SpringH
The fo1":1111'f'I'
I iii. ( iinn.i> inilin&, ,; j 1-.1; .. i ,i'l'! ItI'PI eh4'nUIII I MARY gARTER for 1966-1987. Make reservations -, For
Call
disposer! nf in Mdyni .'i CountTuesday Iruip( I l's A Card or Headquarters
and Loan Association : night: : Oi'i, ..it American 111>4. ('". : I'ALATKA/ .\ 5-9166 no\v\ Call 964-8941. lAunmoMrra Power Tools
IIt4J IIt4J.fr.I"I.fr.I"I lh', Travelers! Ins. C'i 0. _4t chg 7 28 MoCiilloch Cfraln Saw.
BrlfTT' N1I btu: \'. !public' Intoxication RIKS.! lEGGY SIIALLLR
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OF STAKKE .. forfeited. bond of \YANTEDIPeeled Te! 473-4692 Day I 21))') E. Adkim St.Starke PAINTS 511 N. Church Street I Pumps It Water SystenssBrlggs .
& Stratton
.. n\\.\ 27.50. 473-4325 Kites sent Very nice two bed room; frame EngInes
lousiness Rentals. Saint Service
!
Auto lire Home: -
Hardy, public Into..l.catlnn. dwelling large lot abundanceof
Leroy
Plan I Complete Line :230 N.K. 16th Ave.
218 N. Temple Phone J61-0500) () $27.50 01 live days> or Afoul lily Payment ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS shrubbery exclusive resldentlu Gstlnenvlll

Mattie :Mae: Tribbit. publicIT'S Unpeeled Pine 'ullt to order. Machine work. ofPAINTS ) area. Price 850000. 3763411tfckg..
ONE: STOP $1.00000 down. $65.00 per
Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES
-_ -------= -==- --- -- -=-: PostsAll Ideal small family
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__ '--=, month. for
L =.z= -" =- -- -=-- _- !MASONRY SERVICE Brown's Repair Shop Rt. 1. I
. Box 363. Starke [IKlnssley or! retired couple. A. J. FOR RENT SALK: OR TRADE

Si/t-s nf'ury11": : nil si-Fee (:'un- Lake. tfchu For All Purposes ThoniBK. Realtor. Tel. !964- -2 bedroom furnished or unfurnished -
rrte Block: ii'll Mend: !7111.. house. Fenced yard.
I'rrruHt I.lntcN. K>prj thingnecpNNiiry /: Completely renovated Insid'
ILLEGALFor Phone Collect for concrete muHonry FOUR ROOMS and bath HURRICANE SEASON No. 381Reduced and out. Will take 10 wide

'onntmetlim.e furnished apt. for .rent. Call SPECIAL Attractive 2 bed- trailer as down payment or

EL 6-6453 .. will meet any prices on 969-1185. tfchg Yards, room home situated on 4 acre reasonable down payment. See
60
3-1" "
nlllMn. Hnulf x tillable and 2
nil rmitrrlu's: u-ict. 2 acres owner at 607 '"Vest morel and
rd.! ('nllntSf) STILL Tape Fenced storage
Colcman-Evans : cojmrs: LAKEVIEW Masking acres pines. until Saturday, July 16.
\Vood Preserving. Co. MAINTAIN:J (!l'ALlYY. BEACH & COTTAGES building. Reduced to $7000 2tp 7/14
Any Person Persons to Engage in 9Sc
or nUADFORHENGINEERING I Spend the day with your Keg. for quirk sale.
P. O. Hox ::1 U(; 1 16( Santa Fe Lake No. 121Kinnslov
: : { ; ; (: CO. family on I BE GF.NTL.K.: be kind, to that
Jacksonville' (6, 1'la. ParkinSI 00 per car. Swim. NOV] 65c ,, Lake lake front
Unless Ph. 9/1-221(; ; Stsirke expensive carpet. Clean it with
Business Under A Fictitious Name : nlrnlu f'Te. Cottages: by the! summer; home. 4 rooms! bath. I Blue Lustre. Rent electric
week Ph 46811291aude: I 'arse; enclose:! !screen porch.

The Name Is Registered .lwj .....,.t4NOo..... i\t, S FOB R. S 100/'\LE South- Property suitable for on Comer. Earleton.:: 4tchff 7,7, FOR SALE or trade 3 t bedroom Bath: dock.and Call boat for houses terms private and- Bhampooer! $1. Starke HIIt'dwal'e. Itchg-

home or business Cash. Call CB house. Large family' room
price
12 Vfides/ II. Johnoon! Oflt-7Jil FOR KENT at Klnssley; closed gavaso <"oiible lot Most STROUT REALTY

I 4tp 714; Lake"-3 bedroom hou e with desirable location. "Nt. A 2117 N. T..mpleve.. !FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom

Read This Florida Law prlvats: dock. AvallHb'e Payne. 204 S. Glenn St. Phom [nT. S. 3011 J hoiiscH Also furnished and unfurnished
('U..11I1I1laclI':
('!'i l'ST.\I.( OPPOKTl'-ITY:: through Aupnist. For reservations 964-2701( until 4:30: P. m. 964- Phone flBO-SI1))!. Starke apartments and duplex -
i For Florida I I..i'\ in', Ini-B United Slates and Canadian call 064-6481 or 064- 6792 after! 5 and on wceKfndstfchK<< 524 N. Cherry. tfchz;

I (;H 1 1Iore: Company; In airs Icul- 5154. Itchu 7.\K\ Z.IK !Sewing' :MachinestrVOL.AIMFri

It shall hf unlawful for any person or persona, aa defined bcr.ia, t.n"Rte YOU tuial !hell urgently require' LAY-AWAYR!'
l'r Your $ $ I repvrsfntatlvc1' In this county WANTED Rural acreage I L.ANO CLEARING bad! We have: two 11(55( : !Sewing'; :Ma- SAM who you kidding?
/ in business! as herein defined under M fictitious' name as. herein defined I There's to call
trying
for Crop Service DepertmnntAprlicaut Oool I location for homes work. $12.50 per hour Purchase ""hln i. both f1ln'-O.' (3I1c Zig no use /
without and unless wild' fictitious!' shall be resd'terod wtth the 1'\0 Snl.iricd; or (Com- I recent Mitchell P. Bix ? I mrttie phonehiw been dis
; nan.e must have Bufo'rt O. I IJ htwo"i 51'Imp.;. M ns that hive' never been uj !*'- ;
Jerk of the rircuit court of I the county where the principal place of husinem misliol1ell> ( ( Emllo'cil''i ."nlcuitural backuround: a.iT. 238, V\\\\. 963-3281.:: tfchu L. Turner. Call 782-3615. If lay-awnys, never I connected. I don't swallow that

I JAI) & mUD LAHSKN be well regarded In area.Postttn I no ansAer., call 964-3162. picked up; customers> left I story about your car wheels
la. wittt': registration: 1 !hall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid( an tlft :: '
.
l. full tlm or Canto out of alignment so bad
FOR SALE by Owner easy tfchg area. We are unable to locate being
.48Ti1 "p'yrtd;! *>v ill interested perann*' Mating! under oath the names 01U1 I LIKE[ TO WORK handled at first along with terms. Lot 3J! and:! 41 on Cy- I them. You can have these machines I you couldn't drive over, because

: thi...e Interested' In (the hufiinesei enterprise!, the \tent of theIn! I YOU Benefit "our pr-sent farmlni operation pieis. I 10T x 180' each of LAKE IIOU3E for the balance cf S17 It doesn't take long to get' a-

: ter. t of each and the fictitious. name under which said' husiness!III"", carriedn. Successful applicant; car Crystal! Lake Homesltes. KINOSLEY for sile. Write or call V. Q each.: Cash or terms.!' Call I I ligament remedied at FIRE-
expect earnings< between $100- Lake prKllP"es.\ $750.00 each.E. Credit Manager: COLLECT. 'STONE on their Vlsuallner.
Paid re stratlo.. may not he made until the person or persons! de'llrlnq!' AHSi/eson: Display j $150 wekly: with excellent Su: low. Box 1003. Sti>rke. :McCoy. Jr.. P. O. Drawer 114J Jacksonville 333-1946 any Go shimmy up a tree. SALLY.

1:1 to emrasre in buoine, .... under a fictitious name" shall have advertised his", or 8.1012Vide' opportunity' fOI' early ad- 4tp 77;, or phone 376-7290. Gaines tfchs Mme Will" deliver. No obliga2tchg ':

their Intention to register !said fictitious! name at leant once a week for four 1'i'! linths: ranci'mt.it In this a'ra. ville. Fla. Uo" ,:: 714
Write and tell tn" about yon 1'- CORA DARL.1No--Come home
((4) consecutive' weeks' in some newspaper as! defined by law In the county and Kxpandahlcs! elf' Reply at orve to: Vice FUR'II! -lIED APARTMENTS: HOUSE for sAle on West and bring the kids. I promise
llzhto & watsr. Bulllnn-
HAVE 12 LOTS In Hampton
:, : where said registration ia to be made, and paM registration shall not bet President. flax 110V Winter ton 984-1271. tfchu Park Stnrkc. Fla. for sal! Pritt St.. corner lot 70x100. those shimmies and bumps
r of New and Used Oirdcn' Florida. 2t rh* 7 7 Will trade for house In country won't shake them out of the
: accepted hy (Ihe clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof If Interested write: Mrs
t or sell on terms. Inquire car again. Got the wheels balanced -
uch publication. ALL, TYPKS cur Interior and FOR DRESS MAIlING an1altfrations Philip! lox, Nauaatuck.,: Conn
: S-Vr. financing( available nt Old Trading Post 2'4 miles at FIRESTONE.:
furniture upholstery' Mac** for men ani 06770. 3tp 7 14
-- on 301 north or phone 98 J-
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---- Turn !' 21'J n-omcn. See Mrs. Cecl'a'!
1 uIse Our Ilcntal-rur- Upholstery SViop! 034.' :; Leonard Orlffiq. 2tp 7/11
: If in business under K.Vn' ''ilnpton/ next to Iviwson's Bond at 404 N. Cherry St.3tchg .
you are engaged! any name chitue Il.in-I'avmenta' > M-irket. 2tp I'll 77;, FOR SALK STAR-LITE:: FOR SALE 4 bedroom. ." JOBS OI'KN-

Under $;jO;() Per :Month 'TF.L. 12 units, well furnished.. baths. 417 N. Walnut St. Lot II ,iiHc''lie Interested. In part

and have had this ------ -- ---- FOR RHNT: 2--one bedroomtrnll..rs R-TSH BAIT Large EarthWorms Office and living; quarters In 110-x3P6'. pench. pecan figs time work. :2 hours day 5
I than
other own not name ,and 1-two bedroom center. Located :S-l miles!' n. rth
your off.
for sale l 81.50:\ ) per 100) I I and blue berries. Terms. For day week. All holidays
trailer" Also!' space with pitlo.H.Pho > or Starke. on 10 acres land:
0 ml''" Southeast: ; of Keystone appointment to see call 934- No Sat. or Sun. work. No
11081/.1 -- tir.1-3231::!)I. WYtttmuTpJftiv' ( less!' HlRhwny right of wij"with
i
HM'hts Road 1 100. Lake 2tchg 7/H selling.Retired.
on 2171.
properly advertised and registered we \will be TI", p,... P/i-<. tfchi: Oeneva. FJa. Calvin Hallphotle :3IS: foot frontage on. tT man Maintenance!
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I S. 301. Prlrfd to np'l' Ron on- FOR SALEPhllco Automatic
Mobile Home Sites FOR RATE, RFNT.: : LK: VRErR !' 471-3071 2t che 77 I work, living quarters furnished -
able term! to responsive!' !' pur Defrost) Refrigerator with
glad to give all Information as to -- A\'.\1 LA nl.l TRADR: for Lake: Prop- I I chased. C. S. Brookln ;--owner freezer cabinet. First $75 takes ", plus nalary.
you necessary ty 323 North Walnut' St FCR RENT :2! bedroom Unfurnished -
P. O. Box 100.\ CalrewllleKli. It. 911 Wilson Ronrl. lip Need lady to live In. No
Full Lake! Privileges ,
;; Rt.irkc. nice four( bedroom house In Hampton. I I
Tel. 372-8100 oCft'e or372.i413 children. Light work and
Homestead) xempt- brick homo.( Phone Ofln-llT! |. Ph. WaWo\ 488-1048 tfchi
what should do.BRADFORD \ P.ea. 4tchg 7/28 FOR R&T3:: room upper $::0 week.
I
you Financing,: 2to 7 14 I
i I EXPERIENCED shipping I I apartment. 1 sleeping roonr We dtlll have openings. for
WANTED: land( typist for 2 foremnn. Opportunity with kitchenette.! :Mrs.[ John Curb Girls and "....tre_.
Lake Geneva or three months work at Keystone room I BRADFOnn ROT'lnClllb,:: son 403 N. Walnut Ph. 961.
{ I I for man with mature jUd7"- I Culf! Roplnsr.,:: Barrel Radnor ; No fee charged. unless we
t : Heights. Reply: Box: A.tarke. 3131.: ltr{ ,
25-:;
ment and Intelllsrencc. find
age;
timed events 1 p.m. every S>n- you a Jon.
f : :
FH.: 2tp 14r I
SalesOn 40. Call 969.1341 after 6:30p. :
Trailer
I d\y. Hampton, Fla. UpI
I m. Sunday. ltchg I FREE BRAKE[ INSPECTION CentralEmployment
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH JIM: WALTER CORPORATION -
Route. Inn) One :Mile SRHctHtaii ; UP i 3 niee h u'es In I 1 Why take chances on. grabbingI
'' frlrht: I "' 'ar\. e area fcr sale Only $50 FOR SALE- Registered An- LOST- Black' Angus Bull. 18 I pulling brakes. Let us pulI
SERVICE
Open Sun. & EHninoIt.w.X down and bilance like rent I gus hull! papers furnished.' D. months old. In oufhe,
For In'ormillon: call 388-0161 : A. Grifflj. Ph. 782-393:; Lnw-. : Hampton. Phone A. P. Johns. wrong. No cost or obligation I. I uN.. Temple 969-3711

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


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I "' NEWS And NOTES
Rated Starke
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9L1G4Ir .:j I. ;jt For Today's HomemakersBy
In 94
Revision Of School Transportation Set-Up TILE B1IHD 4' QLilCV I High "cr'PtlJ By :\ Sue McCain

1A5 SooN AS Thj followlntt '
Holds Hope Of Saving Tax DollarsA of Staike Is taken from County Extension

"Snow balls To Oranges" by Home Economics Agent

( Helen ,1<. Ingram, published I I. '-
discussion that should be of great ford County's children to school wouldbe ROAD --'RACKS \R 111 llll't! : ---.-

interest to taxpayers of Bradford done with eight less busses! than I RESOURCES: OF STARKE Me e How )I..h"u.. .. fur I I whipped nonfat dry milk;

County took place at a special School are now in operation. It is easy to 1 AM VICINITY 1)o< Ulth :Milk! sprinkle nonfat over the par-

Board meeting: last Thursday night. imagine what this would mean in sav- i Commercial drummers, who If your family is reluctant tially set gelatin and whip the

As expressed by one board member ings of gasoline and oil, maintenanceand I are best posted, say Starke Is I to drink enough. milk, try a j two together
of the best business few new ways to serve it New Booklet On
one very for Poultry
the discussion centered around "howto replacement of busses and the I
Instance, milk I Facts,
points l.i the State. Population flavoring drinks. recipes and helpful
save a dollar instead of spend it." salaries of eight less drivers than are 1892, 300; population During the cooler days serve hints for buying storing,

This was particularly appropriate at now required to do the job. I! 1894, 1.500.Located hot milk drinks; this time of" cooking and serving poultry
this time when "full value" assess- At a time when the school system i is I on main line of the year, make refreshing milk meat are presented In a brand

ments have got a lot of property own- "financially embarrassed" due largely Florida Central & Peninsula coolers.A new booklet from the U. S.

ers on the tax rolls who were never to the withholding of funds involved I Railroad and within six: miles keeps wise homemaker of milk always Department of Agriculture.
plenty In Meals"
on hand "Poultry Family :
there before and when everyone is in pending suits brought by several I ot the Georgia Southern & to nerve with meals and be- A Guide for Consumers' up-

keeping a wary eye on the School timber companies it is hard to see I Florid Atlantic, Railroad Suwannee The River new&I tween meal macks Fresh, to-date information for home

Board as well as the County .Com-, how the School Board can fail to give Gulf Railway connects at Icy-cold milk It' packed with makers who like to serve
the nutrients that build vitality chicken, turkey, duck, or
mission hoping that they can hold the careful consideration to every suggestion Starke with said Florida Central -
,
and provide extra energy. goose an a main dlh.! (salad
line against a raise in tho tax levy for saving a tax dollar. & Peninsula Railroadand All sandwich,
your favorite Pods: taste or snack
next year. Several other economy measures Is! now in operation 20 better with milk, and milk The guide otters practical

Supt. Tom Casey opened the discus- were suggested at the meeting suchas miles westward toward the rounds out any meal by adding tips on buying poultry meats,

sion with the announcement that the tightening up on purchasing procedures Stiwnnneo and Gulf. extra" nutrition withouta whether fresh frozen canned,
State Department of Education had and reimbursement to the 31AP'tBE1 This town Is one of the oldest lot of calories. or pre-processed. It recommends -
as well as the newest In Instant non-fat dry n,ilk Is that food shoppers not
completed a study of Bradford County's School Board for the use of school
the State, its population being as basic and handy( ua your overlook poultry since this
school transportation system witha busses for any purpose. All of these comoosed of citizens froma little black dress,, It will come meat most suits appetites and
view toward operating it with max- should be thoroughly explored. dozen different states of to your rescue during most provides an excellent sourceof

imum efficiency and economy. Revision of the transportation system a the Union. any cookingemergency.. You high-quality protein plus
Casey said that by utilizing the however !seems' to be the area Substantial brick business can use it in dreaa-up aishes other essential as iron, thiamine -
State houses, well stocked!, adorn for special occasions. You can riboflavin, and nIacin
Department's plan the numberof that holds the most promise for a
the line! It with equal case In Easy-to-follow directions are
main
street; handaomecottages
busses operated by the School substantial saving in tax dollars and
and residences are simple everyday djllh('". given for roasting broiling
Board could be reduced from the pres- one that can be put into effect with a :' .. surrounded by ample plats of Add Instant nonfat dry milk frying, rotisserie cooking bar-

ent 27 to 19, with a consequent sav- minimum amount of effort IffG 4ei'iv- orante, groves, roses!!, vegetable to dishes not using milk to increase becueing, simmering braising,
ing of $30,000 in hard-earned tax dollars Bradford County taxpayers will be gardens( pear, peach, their nutritive value; and pressure cooking -- plus
He with ,,, mI NN.,.,,. add<1 it to cussurolea and chowders notes on how to cook giblets
recommended that the Board watching interest the Board's reaction ( mr --fjtr plum, pecan, strawberry, and
\ ,., , ",, other fruits. already rich In milk to and make gravy New Infor-
give careful consideration to acceptingthe to this and other suggested ,..... v x ': enhance their nutritive value. mation based on recent research -
State Department recommendations measures.At .. _, ._ ,... ._ The! Bradford County filch
economy : ,71 "" !"b"u'' ''' up Cream vegetables} w.th Instant suggests shorter cook-
on transportation in the next: least one member of the Board .,...i = ...' ,,;;:; """ .... Cl'JJI9'! .,. A School 275 pupils, located Presbyterian here, has, Baptist now- nonfat dry milk for low Ing times for turkey. For example -

fiscal year. seems to be in the proper mood to \ .. calorie good eating. To make roasting recommendedfor
Methodist, Christian. 1 1-4 medium a lS-to-20( pound turkey
Under the start drive. "We've been cups sauce
new plan
proposed some an economy
First Impressions and Episcopal churches dot blend 2 tablespoons flour 'a' I used! to be"6 to 7V4 hours.
drivers would have their routes ourselves blind he said at
lengthened spending the town. teaspoon salt and clish of This has been reduced to 5'4
and other necessary revisions Thursday's meeting. "It's time now Starko is located In the white pepper into 2 tablespoons to 6% hours to prevent the
would be made but the important to start trying to save a dollar instead rnMst: of an extensive undulating -melted butter. Gradually meat from drying out too

thing is that the job of getting Brad- of spend it." 1 plateau, one of the add 1 cup water, stock much.
ti ,G* highest( points in East Flor- or bouillon and "a cup instant Weight-watchers will be
it Ida. This l; what is known as nonfat dry milk; rook, stir pleased to learn from the
1r [1) v the "flat pine woods" section, ring: constantly until sauce booklet that chicken and turkey -
Remove That BlindfoldAs
but the soil is a compact I thickens. contain fewer calories per
loam. witn a clay subsoil, andit To transform Instant :nonfat average serving than most
Ls especially adapted to dry milk into glamorous, fluffy other meats. Menu suggest,
pointed out by The Telegraph'scartooni14ttirst unsightly area. i "' stand drouth, such as has affected peaks for garnishing dessert :Menue suggestions to make a
impressions are the Meanwhile Federal funds designedto r "ly1I the State in recent and other dishes; add non- poultry meal nutritionally
most lasting and by far the most im correct just such blighted areas as years fat to an equal part of water balanced appealing to the eye

portant. this, are available in Washington to With abundance of pure fresh or frozen fruit I juices or and convenient to prepare,

Let's face it. What would be the help towns and cities! take a new leaseon water and natural drainage canned fiuit syrups and whip to the eye and convenient to

first impression of a visiting indus- life and correct the blight beforeit ., j ji6a the healthfulness and coolness into In stiff recipes peaks.calling for whip- ily"Copies Meals"of are Poultry available in Fam-from

trialist if he should happen to see a spreads to other areas. aro remarkable. Farmers ped nonfat dry milk and whip- this office, so contact this office -

certain block of Call Street before he'd Let's not have to blindfold our visitors raise abundant supplies of ped egg whites' sprinkle non- for a copy of "Poultry In

had a chance to see the more inviting until we get them "across the corn .oats hay meats, vegetables fat on egg whites, add water Family Meals" we think It
( and fruits.! Slrawbe1'1'Yshlpment.l
parts of the city'You ? railroad tracks"-Iet's do something 1894 called for In recipe and whipHere's is an added attraction, a
1803 and approximated -
guessed it. He'd think he'd about it. The time is already "later r; $80.000 SelIs- a short-cut for whena MUST, to your favorite mealplanning
I chiffon pie recipe calls for guides.
landed smack in the middle of Dog than you think." Valuable years have i land cotton same season!

Patch-and who could blame him? been wasted by needless delay while 100.000; oranges $35,000. ,
That is why our cartoonist is sug- the termites of deterioration eat awayat I Besides! this, large quantities like results, that can be Knight $10,000. Besides
of LeConte pears, peaches, bought; ut $5 to $25 per acre, these, there Is a strong bank
gesting (with tongue in cheek of our central business district. Let'sget ,
iI and vegetables/ were shipped according to proximity to and 21 other smaller business -
course) that we blindfold our visiting going so--at long last- we cun t Some of our strawberry growers town. houses In the town. The
dignitaries until they are safely! by this remove that blindfold I
netted over $400 per acre The varied resources keep leading hotel Is the Kentucky
vtk One strawberry grower is now up a succession( of shipmentsthe House H. S. Benedict pro-
I i ( February 15th 18941 shipping your 'round, There are pi'letor. Another hotel Is the

Prayer For Growing OlcNone :.I GracefullyHelp w r $ off of a seven-acre plat, two large; brick livery stables, Commercial, near depot.
I and Ls sure to realize about well equipped. The new A.. S.

$2,500 this season as net pro R. &: a, R. R. runs directly
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TilE UIOIIT POINT for the
of us likes the idea cf) grow- me to see that if I am to keep w ''I S, I ceeds.Th33! to three large/ beautiful lakes, way you write. Come In and
ing old but the inevitable process my old friends and find new ones I actual facts are sufficient -: three to five miles west of select. jour ftttnrlte KSTKRRKDOK : -

could be made a lot more pleasant for must be friendly and I must makeit u. description of the character ,' Stsl'keVhl're boating and fountain pen. TELE1t.lI'll. -

all concerned if we'd adopt as our worthwhile for people to come and of soil and climate we I fishing/ are excellent. ( .
Tornadoes' of 1919 enJoy here without going Into Three of the leading mer-
own the prayer for "growing old see me and chat with me. As we visit, 'Fighting details. There are thousands| chant houses carry $55.000 In

gracefully" which appeared recently:! I must give them some pleasure and .. n' .. ... ._ ... ..h.. ......... of acres within, a radius of stock, a>, follows: Hoffman .\ Classing.. .Ad In the TELE-
in a syndicated column by Dr WalterC. some mental stimulus or they will not f IIOl 1)1111 1111(1 nut JIM condo' lltt drhul 111 Iraxll'ord high III 1,11 ', but the M II1MM 1reputation I two to six miles of Starke. Bros.. $20,000( Truby, Stern-;: C.It.t I'll brings results.
un well "CMlitbllslied, UH a |xi",,cr I In, basketball. Pictured' alm\e IM the> IIH9 ( : T A.1 I
Alvarez.If come back. I same class land, producing berg Co. $25.000
"seniorcitizen" Page team photographed. .. by lloo\er. liru, with the then, |princilnl|' S. S. Ifcmling. ,.
you're moving into that Help] me to have a real interest in
one, of tin" iiiilxliinillnic, en'atrr!, and. IplinitrlaiiN! hi tin hcml's lilslorj. Front..
category you yourself, as well my guests sympathy for them and 1
those around will benefit immeasurably row (front,, left >I> : John II. I'mtell. Kay alley, Harold,, (', \%'ill, (not. .Identified.. .), Itul- I
as you concern over their problems. Teachme
ford Epperson.: :Second. rim. 'H-r) : ('nrr ('"II..yIr.: DoHlinii. and' *ClIry; 1-:finis.ae : I
if you'll adopt this prayeras to listen patiently to their tales of

your very own : woe. Help me to keep UP some correspondence -

Dear Lord I realize that I am grow- !' with relatives and
my my and i hot dogs! were burned
ing old. Help me to keep from gettingtoo friends. I Farmer's Diary ;and h looks/ like he'll have

talkative- from getting boresomeand Help me to keep from getting the By Sam :M\lc(!ar\ey 'to: take :, short course In outdoor -
from getting positive and ve- idea that I can-and must- direct the barbecue to bring: himself -

hement about many subjects about lives of those about me. Help me to k m') '. mid they been allowed I rp to .date .

which I know little. May I keep remembering mind my own affairs, and not to tell ti.> IpOll *

that simply because: 1 other people what to do. Help me to Trmble was we were
Oil< .vi i '"s ate' finishing up I smack out In the middle of
know one subject well this does not keep from being bossy. Help me to with the melon season, and the beach and there was a
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mean that I am equally an expert on see that I will be lucky if I can take Kettlr, readY to take tobacco stiff wind blowing,. and;! about

other subjects. care of my own life wisely. in.. m t.ltrt: when the auction the ('nlthlnl( Sam was able .
Help me to watch the faces of those Above all things, oh Lord help me :ison opens later thlq to get", burning was his fliiK- {

about me so that I will know whenI to remain kindly ; keep me from becoming 1- month Then a lot of them ers-but still we had a good
will set! busy and catch up time if you like scorched
have said to
enough. Help me keep bitter; keep me from going
fl.hlnll, which has reasoned with
nil their food, libel ally
from developing the monologue habit. into tirades about the President or been neglected of late. sand.

Teach me to listen as well as to speak. some of his actions that I dislike. Helpme I We had more rain than we . .

Help me to get quickly to the pointof to avoid exploding in wrath over : needed In the storm last A st'idv' on the proposed Our problem is we have
story and then to quit. Helpme little Rowell-Sampson- staying with --t _
my annoyances. meek, but: were lucky to escape IInklnof\ four youncsteis
to avoid giving a biography of Help me to keep from becoming miserly the 10-Inch ;delude! which Crosby lakes is still In process us. ind they are full of en- _

all the persons whom I mention. Help and parsimonious in matters of |I flooded Jacksonville and I I with the Idea of developing einy IIl'd l spirit, and we have

me to avoid giving minute details money. i, mad' lakes of sticets AtI I what has been calledI little of the, former and non -Banking BY MAIL la anotheFuJ1ServJce.Bank
I I the best recreation latter. So we're busy
sisters place, on the "potentlnlly of the
I I Sam s
about everything.Help Help dear what
me, Lord to keep In this section, provide entertainment -
urea ro
Irvine
rainfall was -0 :
southsiJe. the
me to realize that if I am to redeeming sense of humor and self- I I heavy it made toe swmuniiw 'County' Commissioner George!! for them and at the : convenience

have young friends, or even old friends, criticism I may once have had. Helpme pool overflow twice, and wa- Roberts Is taking a leading same time snatch a momentof
I must not drive them away by long to( make allowances for the weak ter reached the first step ol I' part in the prefect! and In rest and relaxation to keep that gives a girl more free)

recitals of my discomforts and hard nesses and irritabilities of some persons their home. now seeking means of enlisting from blow In" a fuse. time to get out and enjoy

ships and the injustices that have I may meet ; goodness knows I / financial. support. t _

been done to me. May I never speak they will have to make allowances for Ws hate to think of what Thkid" are wood -we've the beautiful weather.Try!

of the ingratitude of my children : the defects and irritabilities they will would have happened out Such help I 1-s avxttare, no complaint; on that score A/R., '..5M ,

May I never describe by backache- find in me. Amen. here In the county, and in through state and federal. But what we'd wistfully like Ask or write us for free bariklng-by-mafl
1 had that sources' but as the Commission is where they get
Starl c. If we'd ever to know
I except to my physician. forms now and can bank at any
much rain within 24 hours was! told some time ago their enemy from. They go you
We know of a lot of county those who holler the mos like mad all day long, and hour, any day, thrQUgl! ypui nearest O!
road which have been shut net the most attention -"the then at night when you'd mailbox or chute)
oRiD4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH off, not to mention two places noisy wheel gets the mostgrease. think thcv'd be. ilIad to crawlin
4A on Temple Avenue which ." I bed end sleep, they drawon
I
Aunt ESTABLISHED 1879 flood In nearly every downpour a secret reserve and hate
uMee Over the weekend we hnl: I the idea of blessed! sleep as FLORIDABANK: I
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16 0 y E. L. MATTHEW EDITOR AND PUBLIIMCR S. "coo'out"' over at Crystal| thou (h it were a waste of

Had a Rood mess of tender Reach and Sum Ithp master : tim-',
1, /.TIN FLORIDA'/ OLDEST WEEKLY NCWCPAPIR PU.LI.HID CON. of ceremonies at the new .
young' okra, fresh out of a I
TiNuouttLV UNDKM THE SAMC MASTHCAD.PU nelghljoi's garden, and although charcoal! brazier was a dismal \V3 commented on It last : AT I STARKEOne I
experb'ncelto
<< we generally have it failure His week, and a man of experience -
{LI.M !O EACH THUHCOAV AND ENTIWCD' A. SECOND CLA. MATTE AT THE boiled and dipped In butter, date had been with starting quoted accrue Bernard

Poe T Offict' AT STAHKC!, FLA UNDCH ACT Of MARCH 1. I.TIN Alice french-filed some andIt a campfire, and cookinir Shaw to the effect that youthIs of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

THE TRADE was: almost unbelievably out In the open, nod the Idea 'underfill thing and it
AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 . a
SIX MONTHS $200
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR I good. Fnr" dessert, !sliced peaches of biivintf charcoal and a Ls waited. on young people, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
&
$-.00 SIX MONTHS $2.25 which might! have been= starter fluid about killed him.
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THURSDAY. JULY 7. 198!
EIGHT BRADFORD COTTNTT TELFflRArit.! !STARKE.!: FI-OBIPA ... .. ..


uvnvvuvvvvvvvnuvvun Is spending some time with and family of Salisbury N. ('. of Vero Beach and Mrs. Nell I ASSKMHI.Y: I OF
their son-in-law and daughter, are visiting Mrs I-owman'-t Mann of Gainesville were i V fllPEIWelclon Sunday School 10 a. m. BO.'fUtt.lSP'flST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

HAMPTONBy Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oarofalo' in p'II'cnts11'' ; nnd :Mrs. It. L. guests of the D. VV. Johnson's] St. and RAiford Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School lo a.
m.
Apopka.Mr. Brown this week. over the 4th. CHURCH Road. Sunday School 10 am. Training Union. 8:30: p. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a.

and Mrs William Nash :Mr. and, Mrn. Itnrrcll\ Burk- Mrs. Hazel Sparkman and Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Training Union 7:00: p.1./ Pre-Servl: I[Booster Band m.)
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Mrs Alary 1VUtlamruat.uuauauaauaau and family of Smyrnn. Ga.and hart anal, family spent the family of Jacksonville) were NEWS Evening: Service 7:30: p. m. Meetlns Wednesday: 7:30.: Evening Worship 800.: Prayer Young/ People and Prayer(

Bon Sliealy of Tallapoosa. weekend with Mrs. Burkharfaparents I visiting her parents Mr. and I Thursday Prayer Meeting; 7:30: RA QA. and Sunbeam every \Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : Service I I. 6 p. m. Evening

tJa. spent the weekend at Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mrs L,. D. Brown. last week. p.m. Young People's Meeting, other Thursday! afternoon. m. --Rev, R. E. llel'IIstl'om."IJtor. Warship 7 p. m. Midweek

KKA IVAL and Airs. Jeff Baker's. Theyall (Hall. Mrs.\ Burkhart: will 10- :Mrs Foster Peeples and Saturday. 7:30: p.m.Leroy Rev. James Temple pastor.: aei'ylce. Wednesday ''l:30:

The First Baptist Church( spent the 4th at Fernan- main for! a week or two. daughters. Mrs Thelma At- Light Hey, pitstor. BAPTIST [tBrookor] ntRev.' : D. L. Ramsey pa8-p.
DKDAN: CIU'IICHSunday ;
will start a "revival on Sunday dina Beach with :Mr. and :Mrs The community offer's sympathy kins and Mr. and Mrs. Wes"-.,' t'ONOKKW.VTIONAti' School. 10 it. m. BETIU'l. BAPTIST tor. ,

July 10 through July 17 with Fred Townsend and.. familyMr. to the Ingenluth family Grlflln and Phyllis visited the ;\U'fIItWJST REVIVAI.Revival Sunday Worship. 11 a. m. School, 10 a. in. I
1 I Morning
Brother Tom Moore. Assocla- Shealy will remain for in the death of their son Ed- Big A pa Radio station at orange Bervlces will be held Training Union 7 p. m. Evening : Mor'lln.Vol'shlp.; 11 a. m CALVARY BAPTIST
tlonul Missionary, aa the Worship.] 7:30: pIn.
several weeks visit. die. Park on Evening
Sunday. CongregationalMethodist Service 8 m. Rev. I Sunday School 10
New p a.
at tne m.
speaker and Veo Gray Minister Mrs June Haddock and fnm Mr" and :Mrs. Edward: Saxon Mr. and Mrs. Richarl \V11-1 1 PI'aye' Meeting! 7:30,: p. tuWedne.rJIlY. i
rN : Church May Lacy Conway pastor.C11UIiC11 Morning Worship II a. m.
Music, from the First Rev. W. L.
of fly is visiting in Vero Bi>ii<*li and family spent the long 4th llama and family of New through May 8. Rev. P. A. [ Training Union. 6:30: p m.

Baptist.. I Church of Ocala Ser- this week with Mrs Glenda weekend in the mountains in Port Rlchey. Mrs. Betty :Ma.s Stephens:: of Savannah C.i. : OF GOD Newmuiu;, pastor.NORTHSIBE/ I Evening\ Service 7:30.: PrayerI

V"' will start every night at Christmas. Tennessee and North Carolina. and Melody of St. George, S. will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. I Meeting Wednesday 7:30:

7 :.ID .uul every one U invited Mrs. Ethel Tidwell and :Mrs! air and Mrs. Charles ShAf- C.. Mr. and Mrs., James Homo night at 7:30.IIEUBJIONN: Sunday School. 10 a. m. BAPTIST I m.Rev.. R. H. Butler pastor.p.

ID ,ittend. Bertha McIntosh were recent fer of Athens G.i.; and Mr. Jr. and daughters Mr. and t Worship Services 11 a. m. and Located on Ba>ieos. :Highway -

I'KKSONALH; visitors to their brother's in and Mrs. :Mulllns' of Tampa Mrs. J. W. Horne Sr. and Bill\ REVIVAL SERVICESAT 11API1ST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday, ISR 225 lat Ralford Road: AIRPARK BAPTIST

Mr. and Mrs. William Fow- Plant City. spent the weekend' at the homeof Home were guest of Mrs. C.I HAMPTON: BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting. I ISR 161. Services/ : Sunday:! Sunday School. 9:4: ? a. m.

Irr, and family of Jacksonville :Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Hawex :Mr. and :Airs. U. M. MAn- O. B.irksdnle.. and Mr. and :Mrs Tom :Moore District MUslonaiy. Mornlnic Worship, 11 a. In. Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. School. 10 a. m.Ounrj: A Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
were recant visitors to the J and family of Fables Ala. ning., Robert I Williams 11 Evening Service
Bnrksdale at Mrs. : will be the evangelist Training Union 6:30: p. m. pastor.PENTAC'OSTAL Morning Worship a. m 7:30: p. m
A Williams. visited the Geol' William's Mr. and Mrs.: Frnnk Morrisare Barksdules new home on at a series of revival Evening Service 7:30.: Midweek HOLINESS Training Union. 6:30: p m. Prayer Meeting! Wed.-ice.sday.
The Bradford Roping: Club for several days lust week and spending some time with : 7'30. :Midweek 7:30: p. m.
Hampton Lake on the 4 In. services starting!!: Sunday. Prayer Service 7:30: p. E\enlnt 9rrt ire(\ Training Union.
met at Jerry Wadsworth on while here they wore sightseeing Mr. Morris's mother :Mrs JohnH. Mr. and Mrs. 324 BrownJee St., Starke. Prayer Service Wednes Friday. 7:30
Lonnie Melton July 10. at the Hampton Baptist m. Wednesday. -Tl'oy Johnson : p. m.Rev E. L.
the 4th. Chicken and rice was at Silver ami Parker. Sunday School. 10 1m
Springs and son moved from their Church: pastor. day. 7:30.R.: Glenn La"- Orlffls. pastor.
served at the noon hour and Jacksonville Beach :Mrs. T. J. Alderman nnd home om the east side of townto Services:: will bean each: Morn InVorqhlp.: 11 a m

in the afternoon they had a John H. Parker and Dave' :Mis :Maggie,: Dirt were' visit! the Jerrell place. on Tues night at 7:30: and will continue SMYRNA MISSIONARY Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m.

calf roping, barrel\ racing and Dyal entered the Bradford ing George Bill in the Veterans day of this week. through July 17. : Midweek Service!: Tuesdm That's Our
other timed events. This! Is Courty Hospital for treatmentlast hospital in Lake City BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Russell Croft pas- GLASS l Business"If
:IIII'. and Mrs.:
Jeff Baker tor.
held every SundAY afternoon! week last week. SINKING; ('(). \''':.liTISThe 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday

:Mr and Mrs George Saxon Mr and :Mrs Oills L'lWni' i :Mr and Airs J. G. Broonie purchased the Billy Varnes services: Sunday Shoo( 10 a. FIRST PKESBYTEIUVV It's Glass!'! We Have It"
place last week. Baker Bradford, and t Preaching. 11 a. m. TrainIng -
m. 45 .
Sunday School. 9: a m CALL WRITE or VISIT
Union County Singing Con Union 6:15: p. m. Evening
% n T I /' HiNotlie Morning Worship 11 a. m FOR ANY GLASS
vention will meet at the Johns NEED
; In hirt'by given thillmlllcil Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship (d i p. m
I.Ida. will||| 11 IH |1'e.,.?.Kn"| |bv town Baptist Church between welcome!: Elder T. C. Williams '
7 30 Modern
Standard MP Grease theallpurpose the HiiHril. or Fuliliu InmriK'-. : Lake Butler and Ralford at { ( pastor Choir Practice Thursday I We DesIgn Store Fronts
'linn .
nf l.rnilriiril t C Just Mail Us A Pattern
1 Iran III aloe ortlfu ut (the Su- 2 p.m. Sunday July 10 Every. LAKE fAP'1IST''' For
I ni'rliiti'iiilpiit of Public In.rrur, >- one Is trvvltorl' and welcome to' LAURA BAPTIST Table TopsSHEA'S
lubricant I Inn ill1 |ih,'ail rnrA" l Niuiity, r.I>, attend M. W. Wilkinson Sunday School. 9:45: a. m /
!Itox It.Ti. starke, FlurM. ui I"7"IO Sunday School 9:45: a m. :Morning Worship 1 11 1 a m
:: ) P.M.; ICST( ; !') on die roth .July.. IPjlO l! for the. ronxtimI Morning\ Worship 11 n. in Training; Union. tj'J 15 p m l GLASS CO.
loti or: Evening Worship 7:30: p. m j I;
livening Worship. 7 :30 Midweek -
.
;; ; \\V.l; l\ VI.
add more Physic. IMiKuiiUm: ,. I"a,Hlli>', Prayer Mectlnw.! Wedlle.%<1ay. Prayer Service Wediv"av -- I
can years Ptuik ,11.1dueted'July ;;
Florida'
: HI' 'll.'h I limp bid4 Hlmll. lit"I'Tiirl A tent I'evlval'IIJ he (,, 7:30:: p. m.-Rev. Luther: Mc- : 7:3D: ) Choir Practice 3: 101 ,:, .\%'.?' Tl. Gainesville.. Phone Flt2.4353An I
and, nail IIlnult."Y 7-23 by UvaugeliHtRonalcf : \ : Gee pastor. p. m.Rev.. Jim Riydin.: '
lllllM ri'ielVI-rl' after I tillHPIMII:'- .
Wilson in
pAua.eaq ; to life fled linn- and date. will not tic elloperatl'IJ1"wllh ------
\' machinery 'IIIMlllCrOfl.I'luim local chuichen./ The tent i
epertfleallnns I and con- Is !located. on U.S. 301 North
.. Iran! uticiimcntH ninv b.. "CXHIIIIncil +
.1i7h ". Services start at 7.30.BAYIESS : x
In the office, of Dun n investment in Your FutureiffGK h--
'
'1 f ;Mown., AivliltPi-l 2i'l tH Illnch-" ,
any ii. crane I'nrk. Florida, _
"' + '" 1

and I. UN.I'. rollout hr. Jsnlg l ,: .. ,Corporal' I tan., : (IIIVVAVBAPTIST '111'It(11 I 1 f l l-: : y ; I L : t 4'i jjjl

d""'k.n,,,'I 1 I", Kllll'lllaU. /L7 I L. L U I l' I'
: (Jalnum'ill,. I'luu. UIKINI", Sumiay! School: 10 a, m i l I.J 1. \ L.
I ClllltlHVllllII..I; Illll" Morning Worship 11 11. m fm tar pa tniuii k,tm M JM tart r rM'H
I.\'' \Ml ..! .I..U..I.IO'"IU.fT :
roar costly dwotqtpm;; nt must "bo mn.i"O last I KKMKNTA. : ::. Training Union fl-30: p. m
Urnrrol' CoiitriM-lorm I'll- Evening Worship 7::30. Praye.

langerl That's why farmers turn to tho Standard, man on rc |iiPMi' unit i re., nip, ] Meeting.: W( rlno.> v..v.w.y.v.v.v.y.vvAXV
and his Protective Lubrication. Ask for his help. Ha I Of 1'fllI.""onlr"'H."HI .1"0811|< |t two Of CCIIPrt IJIH ,-, Rev B. 7FwavY. f). .,>u t>r.

can 3aelp you add years to the life of your :znaoliinery. For unmatched .t'4 nr, plan", and" fiiiM'lTIcatlniiH | ,.- >X''vv.X'XvXvXvX!
for I thin Ila ujr I
: service call your Standard Oil Agent-a local man will In li.>"runiil'Ml, cMIHH \- ST. i.nvvAitn's.vniuiic! LETTER PERFECTSATISFIED.
follii'l, 1. (II IciifiiilCotitriiflnrit SIAIMU:
.w.lo kxI.ow your :needs and can /sorye them quickly.We ,I err. rt 'iiucHltl '- Sunday --- Mass a'15 a. m
tO lellllll I If\ |plan' "
tape tetter cere ofyoar etpttpmrnt "wed, 1 Mjieclf{It.H tlcuiH l b) Tuesday-Novcna und::! Uenc- because of a job well done.
wail," Ha soon an pasrlhle< diction. 7 p, m. Inquiry Cla.vt.
after, ,receipt t or hhlll) toAiilillixfx 8pm. The last check. ..reveals a well organized!: ,

The Standard man delivers! [STANDARDK. iffflinil' ., office' fur, full Thuisday nnd Fi( Iday carefully I>ped letter, and now k

I II. .>rl..-l. ">iitrncl OIL rh'.I I l'' III' .HlllMIH 10 Hllll-l 011-" dents I 1 5
.
I I,4-I'ors'elplal, s., cti t .. inspection and signature. '
t HIM, III-IM.nit. will l In'I'hh, Saturday Mass 9:30: a. ci of f) v"

ly l>i>llnrM. ($:IO.UlII) pluxII Each of us needs to periodically epee our d. l t
G. DUNCAN AGENT : .per, lent sales. IHK If
tln> i>laliH.. u.nit,I Mpfcirii-H,
,., lives making sure that all 11 In order and
,
tlon. are returned" Ingaud |""IHI| i 1. KH Hail| |I..
STARKE FLA. condition within lllllllH, ,ruIli-, ,
: "pd In |'h'||
.. would stand an inspection by the lord Are
,*\. ((5)) ilnvH. after, receipt \11..1.' '
of bids the rufund C. Srixiniii. "h....%' 1>
Te4.mM, -eii IMR11t4tC1101'1' $. will h" Fifteen., DnllurH ale HllCflH, far iii, n\I..1..r-j| we letter perfect Would He be satisfied,
(41 1 b.eaplea( lit x. 1>..- or ....M'.H >",t -\p,., ... ..1 ,, -
I11HV IH- pnreha.d" ., with' us? It is true that none of us are perfect t f
'Ill- ."I'd.i""I.., "a i.illow, ;
= (1 ln I i'erIlilllUrnalug., God' 'V d
but if we study fl'
''' 'I nn I'? Nhrel.pia" f r ,
III IIII ::1 I |>i'I. I III tUX word and strive ..W
Hlni.rii'alliiH) | | III) per
l pear. plUH. :II I \per i rout, lax
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No MiMi-r, 'lna>' lilhdlahln' a ulllik. post" ol ri.., m idould. wpport 'the(huh ,h 'tht .ko ol 'Iht ..11.,. Fa,
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We ArePleased Jo Announce Tim, tioanl.after" I h of iibid, ,PtihllInstrji, l i- i a" .-|1./,1./ These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors .

tlini ,of llnnllMi-cl, Coiinn.or,,, | fI ,
'Ida I...HII\H I. 111. MKlu, I Iu ly.! Farmers
Jnt t 'at. ,mil, all I 1'idx 01,11,1 I in MutualExchange Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.
\\a lie .alit ,ml,,"I,,,n.l, l'''' .
'rilltill: > (IK 1'1111.1" 1Ns'rprrr.t.v = "Youn
THAT EFFECTIVE JULY 1 OUR IN- "IK I.KADKliKD,: iiKAi/ni I is OUR OF STARKE
II t'gl'a'I;.. \ 1'M.OIIIOA. FroiN' -l-Vrt 111/c -S..I. 3IA1N; I=" CO=""CEHN" 630: N. Temple AvenuePh.
TEREST TlT't, i. I. l'li-4. .'\ .II ,Sup\ t tin I'. Free
RATE ON SAVINGS AC- I, in1. n"i Poultry FqiilpmentI'NIfO )Delivery Phnn 961-i IM 9 1.7721
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COUNTS WILL BE FOUR PER CENT Pel rolciini I'rmlucU


j PER ANNUM. THIS IS THE HIGH- H0USEyQJDPESTS Bradford Abstract Co. SLADE GAS Lawson Meat MarketAND


EST RATE ANY COMMERCIAL and Appliance Center =" COLD STORAGE
I5S, W. CALL STREET
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BANK CAN PAY ON PASS-BOOK %.. vairtt'U Doe.. Ph. 9l; -6SSl Starke. l Ha. \\'o "SMtlall/r' | : In Custom SlaughterIng !: -

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. ......... DeWITT C. JONES Cutting &: "'rltppin -
Dtw.6'eeryrn...
Edwards Grocery & Prepared For l Deep Freeze:
,iFhone "'P="EH.U. HOMES

Mkt. PHONE 96'.8281

Starke Ph. 961-2601))


Funds Deposited By July l 11 l 'Will Draw Interest From July 1st Groceries Has-:Meats& Oil t Feeds Keystone Ph. 17.1-3176]Height:[ !' i

Ph. 961.2182 Starke. I Fla.' ;

OF STARKE INC.

Loudon's Merle Norman Hurst Shell Service
U.S. 301 NORTH[
CAUF. HURST

Cosmetic! Studio & Beauty Shop Hwy. :301 & 100 Ph. 961. ll1 J'h. 369-3S01 Stark, Fla.
1I7S.:
Thontpvon Ph. WH-SOHI I
964-3965 If Tour Hair Iin't BiM-omlnic, Ti

FLORIDA You-Tou !Should Be Coming To l"...
LACY CONWAY=" Charley E. Johns


Florida Starke 66" ServiceBILL American Service Sta- Agency

BANK I :AT 1 .STARKEOne I
Pest tion and Bus Station
,_ EDWARDS 131 S. Wulmit Ph. 9040201liKNKKAI.

Brake !Srrlc_ \Vbea'I 1 Bal'tnrehe : : LVSrRANCF.!
of 30 thanks of the Florida National Croup :Member federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Control \\ l .\lltnzuent I acy Conway tnylngr' ServiceIiutructlon Nobody" But Nobody L'ntlcrwU*

I i CHEMICAL CO. 617 N. Temple Ph. W'-8991d : Ph. WJ4-I051 Charley E. John AC811CYPACR

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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 9TH
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LUCKY r..f i 46-03. Ht-C c: FRUIT 3sv ALASKA HONEY POD .


A,; r w Q N N E RS ILLFLAVORS..GELATIN J e 11-0 4 45 t, Drinks 3/$1./ Peas SrI.

1 a ; Reg. 41* 19-oz. Betty Crocker, Coke Reg 2/39 303 STOKELY

REGULAR 89< 12-qt, THRIFTY MAID;,INSTANT POWDERED ,, f IS
$1000.00 WINNERS Spinach / 1.

t-I Mil 1 k 79Reg.'I Vt 303 ASTOR FRUIT Reg. 2/89* 121/2 Van Camps Pork&
REV. R. O. BRIDGHAM FLORENCE E. McKINNEY

MRS.Jacksonville SHIRLEY i Florida MORRIS Gameivilla ROSE SMITH, o ida'j 1 REGULAR 99 40-oz. DEEP SOUTH PEANUT J! :f Cocktail! 5/$1./ Beans 4/1/ 1
Palm Bay Florida Daytona Beach, Florida "Nf!., .
J. W. CAMPBELL MRS. ALAN HINKSON .
Savannah. Georgia Titutville, Florida r"1 B 79 Reg. 3/$1. 46-oz. Stokely Pineapple Reg. 2/3In No.1 1 CALO DOG OR CAT

r CURTIS Tollahan.e M.,DuPREE Florida Orlando RUTH STONE'Florida... ."r.! U fie r ,. '
Juice J
WILLIAM L. MESSNER t 4/5l./ Food 8/s1./
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Orlando Florida REGULAR 49*! 18oz. DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY ti.'

: Reg 29a 16-oz. BRACK'S BIG 'BEN
$100.00 WINNERS" :l Preserves 391 :,: Reg, 39* Ws) DELMONTE! TUNA JELLIES, ORANGE SLICES, SPICETTEJ


t Fish 3/1./ Candy 4/1./
W. H. SCHEFFERJacksonville, Florida REFIR,GREENOrlando Florida f.'f'.w REGULAR 29. 2', SOFT-WEVE BATHROOM t'. .
CAROLYN M. VAUGHAN RICHARD L. GRAVES r'

;::z'j Orlando,'., '. w Florida en.. Titusville ROSALINEr Orlando Florida.Florida VICK ., T I 5 5 U e S 2 3 ,,/ ., CINNAMON a.PK. DIXIE DARLING RAISIN PLUS IS FREE STAMPS)

BUNS
DOROTHY E MILLER ,1 39
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New Smyrna Beach Fla. ':l'! Reg. 79! 1-lb. v, p. ASTOR Limit 1 coffee of your choice with 5.00 order >
AGNES NIELSENLongwood 8\/>-or CRACKIN' GOOD DIXIE DARLING SOUR (PIm 25 free stamp)
,. EUNICE DOROUGHTifton Florida I b! PARTY SLIMS 39 DOUGH BREAD 29*t

Georgia X C B.t. 51' 9 / r 10-or. CRACKIN' GOOD Twin pk Crockin' ( )
ROBERT Jacksonville M.; ,GRINER Florida :I I e i CHEESE SNACKS 29< POTATO 1HipOf': 59=

MARY F., SCHUTT Florida HAROLD JAMES r- s Reg 87! 1-lb. v. p. Chose & Sanborn reg or drip Limit 1 coffee of your choice w/$5 ord. 8-or. CRACKIN' GOOD 6V-o Crackin' Good (Plus 25 free stamp)
Apopko NORMA HIGGS WIE.BAGBENDEVERda;. .G: SESAME ROUNDS 39* CHEESE CURLS 49Perry *

Florida Jacksonville Florida C ff 69 ,/ 2 LB CRACKIN' GOOD (REG. 49f) 1 I-oz. Crarkin' Good (Plus 25 free stamps)
MRS. W. W. FISH SR. LEO E. RIZIO 0 e e ,
Jacksonville, Florida Satellite Beach Fla. FIG BARS . 39* CORN CHIPS 39*t
MARGARET CARLSON
Daytona Booth Florida 48-ct, DIXIE HOME (Regular 49)
r DWIGHT CUMBER ,, c. .,. .. .X.a. .;" .--.... rp fI ,.... ,..'...', .'...
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Orlando Florida a 0"- t. >' .<., r ... w.-L '.'"f'j.4;;.$.1014 keJ .-'< .......-... ....oW.I '"" .. J.'
JERRY D. EVANS L'i x r 39 ,/ !" :
Hclr Hill Florida 1 I !ea Bags t.t; U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF 'w'!
MRS. MARY THEOBOLD ,

Palarka Florida I .'., Ch k R 48 .
ROGER V. JONES : "'" oast LB. ;
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ADDLE SMITH
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GEORGIANA Orange Park L. Florida MATHIS Brunswick, Georgia t!. f NO 1. REGULAR I'd I U. S. CHOICE !-Z CARVS

Merrirt JOSIE NASWORTHY Island Florida Indian RUTH River GREEN City, Fla. POTATOES 1O LB. BAG 49eI, : -
88 J
AUGUST BITOEJacksonville MARILYN SHEETS u loa st. U. .
Florida Holly Hill, Florida WHIT SEEDLESS THOMPSON ,
MARY J. RODGERSJacksonville, MRS.Jacksonville C. J. DILLYHON, Florida, JR. r' ''u. S, CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS FULL CUT
Florida G RA PES 2 IBS. 4 9 /
MRS. LEONARD DYBEVICK ,

JANICE Pompano K.Beach CARPENTER, Florida EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON STATE BING .v, Round Steak LB 8 8,J.
Vera Beach, .
CHERRIES I 4 9/ *
MRS. ROLAND, Jacksonville o t U\
BILLY R. WEST LARGE SNOW WHITE HEADSCAULIFLOWER
4? Douglas Georgia: tt; Plate Stew 29
+y YVONNE LEWIS 39 t;
q'a Daytona Beach Florida P. if] .
L1LIA WILLIAMS, MILDRED E. VESTAL VINE RIPENED W-D BRAND .
Brunswick Georgia

CAROL GILLIS State.boro.Goorgia MABEL,TUCKER TOMATOES LB. 29 'f.t (Ground j B f 5 LB. $199
Jacksonville Florida Moultne' Georgia e e PKO. ,
MRS. E. V. PHILLIPS BEAUFORD O. STEWART FIRM HEADS [j 0Ormond .
FRESH
Beach, Florida Sorrento Florida
J W-D (PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS NO COUPON NEEDED")

DREAM TRIP.CABBAGE.?. . "Si r.; CUBE STEAKS .Vi.la.BOX s 1.99WINNER

t DR & DR. QUICK FROZEN COLONIAL BRAND HEAVY cut-up 4/6 Ibs.
ONIONS 3 3 9 j/
LB. BAG
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I BAKING HENS Le.IBBYS 29 1
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'I 6-0". CAN LLEMONADE LIMEADE OR PINK.ELlO SOLIDS (fl-LB. PKG) .

ORMOND COMER BEACH H. ,SMITH FLORIDA 9/99 OLEO .I . 2/29* "1 14.0, CUP PALMETTO FARMS (PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS) c.,.'

6-01. CAN HI-ACRES '?HE REAL THING" 10.or PKG. ASTOR LEAF OR CHOPPED' y, VEGETABLE COCKTAIL 35

ORANGE JUICE 61. SPINACH . 61$1.
COLOR TELEVISION : REGULAR 59#! LB. GROJPW FILL TS 8-01. PKG. SWIFT'S BROWN 'N SERVE
ALL FLAVORS (EXCEPT COURSE) MORTON 10-oz. PKG ASTOR
DINNERS 2/89* CARROTS & PEAS 61. :! Fish 39x Sausage 65x

WINNERS16.oz.. 12 PKO. TARNOW I.LB. PKG COPELAND
PKG ORE IDA FRENCH FRY 9 or PKG. DIXIANA REG OR FRENCH CUT REGULAR 49rf{ -o* SLICED

ZULA ROBERTS C.: K. YCARLIYGameivill. POTATOES 41. GREEN BEANS 6/$1. Wieners 39> Bologna LB. 49x
Tifton Georgia ., FloridaJ. SOUTHERN BELLE (PKG. OF 5)) 10 or PKG ASTOR CHOPPED "
WALTER M. BROWN' RIHERD, DEVILED CRABS 99* BROCCOLI .- 6/1. LONGHORN 6-CT PILLSBURY FLAKY CANNED
Lit, Florida Srorka Florid. Cheese LB. 59x Biscuits "
3/29/
TREADO (PACKAGE OF 2)) 10-or PKG ASTOR CUT >

PIE SHELLS 3/$1. CUT CORN : : 6/M. t. .- J
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CTTTVVY1LAWTEY.. yyyy.... I m Pia\oi" Cncle Monday' II! lltus ,i. oiindnv Hi('hool VUTO I and Lamar were visiting relatives ,..................... L.1\. i 'of Florldn, ,
I"TYF: 81 Ai tH of I 11)41) Still'ke, Flit.
Wednesday .
a. \1m. 1.11\.1' and Mrs Krnnrtv Ropei In Lake i
I City audWellb'.I'n will r.KlHlti"' with tI.. t'lerli' ol I I
\ A :-pcrial feature on Sunday of ROCKY Mount. N. C. Sunday. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED .the Ulnult, Court In and for I UudlHoll Claud' til.CroWHon., Ktillhi'',307 1"11110'Wi-Bt!. ''

morning! was a plain'i) CluuJi of God- Sunday The James Waters familywere RAIFORDBy Ilradior.l County Florida, upon ownor
recital by David Walters. School 10 a. m. Worship 11 at their lake home CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYRrCREATION I .proof of publication of till* I'ulud'' thiN soth flay of JIIIIV.,
By Enza flinchtdALA4AaAAAAAAAAAAa! on nt Ice I the flotltlouM I I name' of A. D. I9titl .
Flr..t: Baptist Kunda,;:y a. m and:! 7:30: p. m. YPE Orandin Lake for the holiday Mrs. Earl Dubbs The Green Bac'k Company (not I County, Horldu.at. 8turke! Hradford

,I School 10 a. 111.. Worship 1:Wednesday* 7:30: p. m. Prayer weekend Phone 4963601AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Inc). r.Oi Woxt Madison St. 4/21 4t 7/14
CHURCH ,ACTIVITIES I a m a.id 8pm. TtalniniUiiu { mectm; Filday" 7?::30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse POST 311 OFFICERS I

O.ace Methodist Sun-a\) |i 1 )"i 7 p m :Midweek servo- A I'e,IvaI111 be held at and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Remember the Softball ARt INSTALLED!

School 9:45.: Worship I 11 1 H I li,'W-ilnesdnv 8 p. m. Via'- tills ( lunch beginning July Noimau and children wen Mrs. Albert Stafford and games foi youngsters 8 to 11 New offlceis of American 1

11 and continuing! tlirou.tii on a ilshlng trip to Mayo children Margaret and Randyof each Thursday afternoon at. Legion Post 314 were Installed Easy To Own

I July :24 with services each over the weekend. the State Farm have recently 4 p. ui. between the Reno boys recently, by Fourth District -

I evenlnji, at 7:30.: Rev. Larry LnMai Priest spent last returned from a two and !girls and the Lincoln Commander Bob Jordan -

UNDER-WATER\ WEED\ I McDdnt"! will be the evangelist week with his brother-in-law. weeks visit with Mr and Mrs. City boys and sills. Games in Jacksonville.The LONGCHAMP HOMES

The public Is invited. and sister Jackson, Ala. Bobby Stafford and family In will be played one Thursdayat new officers are: John 1'

HlRhland! Baptist Sunday Mr. ana Mrs. Robie Young/ Fort Valley, Ga. Lincoln City and the next Sherman Post Commander:

CUTTING I School 9:45: a. m., Wor- of Athens: Oa were weekend Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Dobbs Thursday at Reno. All soft- Heywood Brooks. vice commander Custom Built

ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. visitors: of Mr\ and:. Mrs. A. C.. of Gainesville visited relatives ball tans aie invited to attend ; Clarence DeSue adJutant '

1 Prayer Meet1nVednesday Penrce. Mr and Mrs R. W, here Monday. and support their favorite ; Harry Young. finance -,

7:30.: Cnoii practice Saturday Sapp Leslie]! and Mrs. Annie: Friends of Warren Blood. team. officer; Jose Biltt I Your Plans Or Ours .

Drag-Line and Crane Service : 7::JO) p. m. Stevens of Jacksonville werevisiting worth will regret to learn Tho center open hours are chaplain; Sewell Proctor,
Your Lot Or Ours
I Mr u.d Mrs H. H. Hamilton on Saturday, and that ha. Is a patient In Brad Wednesday. Thursday, and historian; Clarence Williams,'

LET us CLEAR YOUR LAKE PROPERTY OF : hi: '.e returned from a Mrs. Ctbe Harris of Starke ford County Hospital. We pray Flidpy. 4 to 6:30: p. m. Saturday service!' officer; and Hamp ,,

WEEDS) WITH OUR NI MACHINE: DESIGNED trip to New York and Ohio, called on Monday. he recovers speedily. :3) to 10 p. rn Parentsare Coin. seigeant-at-arms. HOME IMPROVEMENTS

; FOR THIS PURPOSE. I where they visited: lelativesMr CharIeR Tatum who is stationed Mrs. Edna.: Cason and Mrs. always welcome to visit Post 314 Auxiliary officers REMODELING ALTERATIONS

,I and Mrs. H. C. Kelly with the National Wayne Jones of Jacksonvillewere the
and Wendell spent the Guaixl, at Norfolk Va. among; those visiting FUNERAL NOTICE the near future. ','

FOR BETTER BOATINGBATHING( 1 Fourth at their place on the wt" kend with his spent Walter Altman in the Gainesville Vac Mitchell, a long time ., 3-BEDROOM HOMES
.. .
I ING AND) SANITATION I KlnRd'-v:!'! Lake. ents, MI' and par- Medical Center Sunday. citizen of Starke and Bradford llt-mlnum' I <.!H. Ilinn. :-I. K: Slid: .
Mrs.
T. W Mrs. Hot,,lova 'd, (liUneHVllle I I I Florida.
Iris and
Crlffls children
I Mr. and Mrs. George Out- Tatun. County, died July 2 In .1 2 III..I.For.
: hAil children of the State Farm were visiting Bradf-U: l FOR SALE NOW
r and of Baltimor Vlsitme! Mr. and Mrs. I,. County Hospital. additional' Information on
Md. are visiting her M. > her brother and family Funeral services will be held: Mou' No 4r>-ol, 01110"1 t I lie
AQUATIC WEED CONTROLPHONE t'Clellalon Monday Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Staffordin Forest Her vice C'ounty' Hanger Small Down
PaymentIN
niot'.u-i.: :Mrs W M. Reddish was Miss Edith Colvin of Fort Valley Ga. several Sunday July 10. at 2 p. min ut tl*.. torent M.'i'vlt'p Ileuilfjuartertt. -

1 for tvoceki. Jacksonville. tluEbenezer Baptist Koitte 2. fbx 17":;,
!61-0071! AFTER 6 P.M.:\ days last week. Ittk.UutI.r.. PINEBREEZE SUBDIVISION AND
Mis, Joyce Flitch and MI sEII7.aheth MI'. and Church. Rev. E. D. Robinson Florida i>r telephone -
Mrs Oscar Carter.. }oIl'.
and
Mrs. Cecil Craw- Luke Butler 4SU-4I21:
pastoi SUBDIVISION
P. O. BOX 331: Terry visited Mr. Mr\ and Mrs. Richard Carter ford Jr. and children of Hell- PlfHRe mark on outnlde, front, EASTWOOD
:and Mis Ralph Patch and and children and Mrs. W. bronn VACATION TIME or envelorm "Bid on '1011.0a" \
Springs and Mr and
:Mr and Mrs. Terry Futch in Shirlie Ann Peet left Sat- Opened. July 14, I'lHU." Contact
J. C. GARDNER STARKE FLA. M\ Douglas' of Miami spent Mrs. Michael Uobbs and children Tht Florida, ForeHt Servlierexervefi
Black :Mountain.\ N. C. last urday for Jamaica. N. Y. for
the .
weekend on Mirror Lake enjoyed a picnic at Kings- the right" to .J..I i anytior BUFORD MITCHELLOffice
week at Inteilachen. Lake an extended) visit. She is a II all .lild. *.
-- ley Monday afternoon.
.. l -.. I. Mr'' end Mr!*!. H K PHe-st Those visiting Mr. and Miss Patsy Sweat of Jacksonville will return for school thl? Jo'l.d'H'fFII'Ti. ''', I.cvneH 'H4T FlHial 8 Ii AfrentJt 1I\l1f'1': Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238
tall.
Mrs James C. Knight and visited her parents II .111 T j 140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.

For thatWONDERFUL family lire his nephew Jerry Air. and Mrs. Mack Sweat at Mrs Hattie Kasley is vacationing -

Knight, of Whitesldes} Tenn., the State Farm over the, week in Philadelphia Pa. 5tTleI OF IKHTION' TOll We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are
for tWweeks.. She Is the ncj'! KM'I.'I'I'KM''H % IMKNolh : -
and her nephew Chuck Pre- end. grandmother! III lierehv "gI Io"n I that You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
vatt. or Friends of J. D. Orlffls will of Shirley Ann ,
FEELING' Jacksonville. the underalKned, IInd '" t thi'
Mr. and Mrs Paul Dinkins. regret to lenin that he lost a Peet CHURCH proviHtnnu ..''f t'hat,>I t"1 J0fii.(, :;:; -

Jr nnd David of St. Auuus-/ finger in nn ace'ident last NEWS
week and Is in Antioch; Baptist: Women's
tine wrie Sunday and Monday a patient '
year 'round. visitors of Mr. King :Memorial Hoxpital In Day will be observed Sunday
,
and Mrs.'P. '
.. L. Dlnkins. Lake Butler. We pray he will starting with Sunday School JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES

Call' Moore of Jacksonville soon be able to come home. I at 9-45: a. m. Morning ServIce -

visited! his cousins Miss Rev. J>envy, pAstor of Bay- Ha. m. with Mrs. E. O. t
less Hiway Baptist Church Walk, as speaker. Afternoon
Elizabeth
jrfsSE *, Joyce Futch Terry over the and week Mrs. visited :Mrs. :Mary Freeman ,:rvlc". 3 p.: m with Miss _ i HEARING AID I I PET SHOP
+**' %** 5Sw" ***?! y*"' "ww and Mr.: and :Mrs. 1 Knl Dobbs ;Marv McBride as speaker..
tfc' a>F i6i end.MI' and family Monday afternoon. !Miss\ Shirlie Ann Brown will TilE
and Mrs. Alonzo Austin ANTI QIJESEoughtSoldAppraise4 For Best In Hearing See-
and daughter of Port James Lesuifi; of A Atlanta Ga. be the sneaker!: at 730.:: The Kongo Pet ShopPoodles

Oranr-o visited Edward Addison Satur- public Is invited to help SONOTONEOF
: are visiting his
day make tills; program a Furniture-China --Glass MnTtrI lin.
success. S
'
: f. mother Mrs. Alice Austin;
and his Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stafford Last Sunday services werea Silver--Brass-Oil Paintings JACKSONVILLE POODLE GROOMING
sister
!: Mrs. Bryant
( A : S Re of Ocala were weekend spiritual and financial suc
: ? dln.r.. this ueck One Piece or a House I'ull Sweaters. Collars
Tags
MI'. and guests of his parents :Mr mid cess wlMi good attendance.Mr "The Strongest and Smallest t ,
i Mrs. Olenn Williamson Mrs. Albert Stafford of the :.? Sarah Tenell is convalescing Hearing Aid In the World" Pet Supplies
Ina Ward
: and children of Antiques, Co. Hearing Aid Mml
c" State Farm.Mrs. I In the hospital. Only .
: BIrd-Fish-Haiflster
Macclenny and Mrs. Dorothy She will be grateful for visits 3572 St. Johns Ave. 22 Went Monroe *
iL : Willlimfcn! of Mary Frances Conner,
J' ;k were Sunday visitors Jacksonville of Mr. and children of Jacksonville and raids from her friends. Jacksonville 387-1379 Jacksonville 353-1463:\ Dall* & Sun. 10-6 P.M.
I
j 1\it\ Ycq .. and Mis. Troy Bennett.M visited her parents Mr. anilMrs. DISTRICT REVIVAL I Call Collect Closed Tuesday
and Mrs. Leslie : Law ley Crews" at the Mt. Sinai Baptist Association ,

Max\ille. Mr. and Sweatof Mrs. State Farm/ :Monday. Rev O O McArthur Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP 8939 Herlong. Rd. NormandU

ii moderator; will begin its first .
Section
: Ray OooNby of Starke and MrH. Rainev and grand-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stephens daughter Shlrlie antI Don. Alvarez annual revival Monday WESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY
W. Jacksonville 78128001'IANOSORANS
night August' 8.
.1 at Pleasant
/ '- 'I of Lake Butler visited
of
Gainesville
4. /J I ?p were Inc.
? Orove
guests of Mr. and Mrs Bill :Mr. and :Mrs. Calvin (jriffls Baptist Church near SHOP Inc. ;

i'L.j' ; s; Ooo-by! :, at a family barbe- Sr. :Monday afternoon. Keystone Heights The series AUTHORIZED DEALER
< cue supper Saturday Edward: Addison of Reeve_ will continue for t"'-i i ights. A Complete Line of Mason & :Hamlln Piano

iilif; S@SP T5iv OOINO AWAY PICNIC evening. La. Is visiting his parents :Mr with an outstanding evangelist ': SalenC&h. : Part, Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies Hammond Organ

and :Mrs. Dock Addition for for each service. Every- ServIce .
Arnrli Oriffis. who has f Body Shop --Specializing In Radio Magnavox' Organs
recently enlisted two weeks. one :Invited to attend. Rev. Controlled Models "You Get A Good. Deal At.-
SLi! ? in the John P. Franklin Open 8 a.rC---8 p.m.
rs s Mr. and Mrs. Freddie< Kittlor director of arid Equipment
Army,
was honored with a O p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday
and family of Green Cove evangelism and: missions. I
picnic: "iven by Mr. and Mrs.V. Greater 11SO: LANK AVK. SOUTH Evenings till 9 P.M. F. O. MILLER
Allen Open
:: ,. .ji 'j I L Stalling and the Frank Springs visited his sister and Chapel AME Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 wwJacksouvllle
family, the Cecil WII..on8.Sunday Church: Sunday School, 10 ...-
Cruce family Monday, July a. m. Morning service at 11 602 So. Edgewood "Po,.5.itf 8-PMsat.. .iae-

Flawcless' electric Tloerc-Cyrle air conditioning 4. at Himpton Lake. I Ruifoid! First Baptist Church with the Junior Church in Parrish MotorsSALES Jacksonville 3888662l1en.s

Several of his relatives enjoyed a bull game Monday charge.' Willie James Randolph .

A niPJ'on FJo'-'dJaii'] : ; are joyui'4 year'round' Fluno7e"3 elortr uty eliminates fumes, smoke, were there to enjoy the oc- afternoon at Raiford Civic will be the speaker. & Rov's Wear SEWING MACHINES

coicfort lipcauso it'is tb, safont! cl."aneht, eost inu ckn.tLes'e&.t ". casion. Out of town guests Center. The older men played Evening service 6 p. m.messago SERVICE "'''
... were M.. and Mrs. Robert the younger men of the by Rev. L. A. Sampson. PARTS
to cool and heat their r. -
: > .
'Dy :ne?
lio'f': >?o Iii(tie: that the renting feature !ia Carlton: and Mr. and: Mrs church The young men won "Quality Clothe for Men an SINGER AUT. ZIGZAG

GIves you constantly frasl.cned! iS'evcJ air! :rr.I: ::;. 1!:/ i Jito boniH.>'! Yes, it's cheaper togo Oveda Newman of Jacksonville the game but a good time was The West Jacksonville District 82 Years As A Dealer Boys Slnre 1919"Van Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet

...jg a quieter. moe bcallLfu ho ut! AI.Li-cS.-1'tric: .. and Miss Deity Fayr had by all and a good attendance Sunday School League/ Always Good Used Cars Sold New over $300
t'''..:'1 to i iKO; ''t'mCi' Sln.J"I.: .\(; Ciuce of Gainesville. was reported. and Missionary Convention I 921 Laura St. Jacksonville. I Hansen Stetson Hats I Bal. $72 or $5.00< > Per Monti)

Oue compict unit eavej SPO: end
coot: of separate coolinj: and Lestu-j:; ; o)'.;("LJS. l1u:1o: : .t T" fuil-, ),. .......II>...<&t pe' a..u......."._" ._.II,_,4 to Arnold as a going; military service In Virginia. Chapel AME Church in I; Automatic Transmission Complete Formal Vicar Rental Ideal Sewing Center
away #irt He left Tuesdayfor Jacksonville Delegates
:\ was home for the weekend. / art

See your electric air-conditioning contractor or appliance dealer today! Fort Benning. Oa where Mrs\ lone Padgett and :Mrs Audrey Marie Griffin andCaro1 ALL MAKES
he will take his training \ Thomas. Automatic \ounqfTIens| Shop New and Used Machine! *
-,... Lucile Bryan visited Walter|
VISITINGMrs. 848 Cassat Ave.
Altman :Monday night in Gain Transmissions &
SolO Main Corner DuvaJ Jacksonville 389-5071
Mattie !
00- esville :Medical Center. Lee Owens.
: of Philadedphia. Pa., daughter Motor ExchangeBIG Jacksonville
Gerald Conner
of Lake City TRACK SERVICE
TIlE ItHillT
POINT for the of M,'. and Mrs.
J.
: visited his parents Mr u.idMra J. DADDY WALT
s\rltp. Come In and
way you W1I1Ia 1. Is visiting
her
., NrlPit, your favorite ESTI'R.: K. D. Conner OIl!: the brother and sister-in-law Remanufactured Transmissions MOTORCYCLESHONDA RA Y'STRACK

HIIOOK: fountain TELK-: 1 weekend. Motors
pen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence SERVICEPortable
FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY (;icni.HAMPTON Miss Verba Jones an'l father hams Wil By Quality Craftsman

HELPING BUILD FLOKIOA I I A. :M. Jones of Stnrke.sit: : NOTICE 2097 \V. Beaver St.
: The Jim Walter Track Press Servlo)
ed relatives here Sntuiday. Corporation has a nW 2. Jacksonville 355-4771: MOTORCYCLESAll Weldlnsr

Mrs. Albert Stafford and bedroom house in Lawtev for Used Bulldozers & Crawler

daughters. :Margaret Stafford sale. Directions: Take 301 to CAMPERS Models-Nothing Down I "We'll' Keep 'em Rollin<<"

BAPTIST CHURCH: and Mrs. Iris Griffis of the Law lev. turn right on 225: Merchants Green Stamps 7287 W. Beanl'Jarksom"llIe
State Farm Open BAM:: to 7 P.M.MondayFriday .
were shopping in go to second roaS: turn right Cribbs Campers 388-4021
.' ; Jacksonville FI'ld\y. go three-tenths" of a mile

:Mr. and Mra I. O. Blum turn left: first hou"e on Del-Rey Campers 8 AM. to 6 P.M. TROPICAL FISH

and children of the State right Saturday and Wednesday

.. R : ::i ,. Farm left Friday for a two balance like Only rent$50, down Call 388-and I Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

.. E t JULY .weeks! visit. with relatives 10lchlgan. 0161,' .* JacksonvilltFPq 4tthg728ston. ;' I Skamper Convertibles MOTORS 4949 Blanding& CYCLES Blvd.


., Mrs. Gerald Gilffis( visited i I TraMlBoutk Financing Jacksonville 771-8214 Complete Aquarium Supplies
C408 San Juan Ave.
'
y. 1'17 Walter Altman In Gainesville. I Jacksonville 388-9348 Imported Fish All Species.
'v :Medical j
Center : aftei-
Monday
:Miss Brenda : IsI.I. CALL OR COMB BY
AlcCullough ,
noon. on a CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg :MUSIC Mon-Sat. 10 a.m. to A P>B.
ramping .
Little Donna :Marie Newmanof trip In North'
j-
Carolina with Sunday 2 to 6 pm.
her
StArke spent the weekend aunt anti Chain We Order Any Fish Available.
% .7:30 family the :Morris. Reed's Paulus Music Co.
: with her grandp.uents :Mr of Ave.
943 S. Edgewood
..vl' :i .. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. Palatka. I I Saw Sales Jacksonville 388-9404
There
will be Band & Instruments
another ball : String
; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal II O\fJlJ; LI TIC

: a .. .p .' and children and Mr. and Mrs. game between. Raiford First I Money\ Makin' Chain Saws Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers WESTERN STORE
'A Baptist and a Lake I I. School Supplies Instruction
Butler 8 ALES SERVICE ,
i Don Newman and little son, :, &
church on Monday night July Parts and Makes I. Roberta Recorders LITTLE DUDE
Gordon. of Starke visited :Mr. Repairs All ::
L I i; is and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and family 11. Lefa be there to cheer for Toro &: Yazoo Power Mower Music Library-Expert Western Store (

( Sunday morning. our team. Rt. Middleburg: 282-5050 Repair Department
.
Mr. and Airs. Alfred Addison 41 W. Monroe St. "Where You'll rind Every
NT III';: I'HOni-'MI: .'
and family of Alachua 'a" \I.HSeiilnl 011 ,ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 353-8447 thing For the Horse

Visited his plrents11': and hid< will he ri.. ..iv.. Enthusiast"
w Mrs. Dock Addison Sunday. In .the office. of the 1"1"111| .\1&'- Peavy Brothers 3310 Beach Bltd. Western ClothingLeather* ,
rnt. I"I..rlIs l
Mrs. :Alary( Freeman was a Hoom 27 Vew Potmt Htme Service Offl Electric Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 goods Saddles and Trailer
.- TOM MOORE Saturday luncheon guest of her Milililinir.. TnlluhKHiiee, .I..ltlll.| e Charles & Sharon Petty '!
until -'111 Pin. I IKST: ) .'lnl\' '
daughter and family Mr. and 14 903 So. Edffwood A".. ,
*XECTRIC MOTORS
llliirt. rn the
r "wile of Ihe foIl'wIng
Evangelist Airs A. M. Jones of Starke. hoi.sps'. SeId.ServtcedRepalredOeneratorstarters MUSIC l -InstrumentsMARVIN Jacksonville 34-121 f

Airman Daniel Crews of Orlando I.aCr.n.e Home No. 1103.
visited his 1",111.,1 I Mt tat. '...ir w.. .'I... 'i i .._ WELL DRILLING
Mr.
}) Rtr <-t Missionary., parents wir Alnt'hua County L.otila Alterations
and Mrs Low toy Crews at the tllll II..'"... No. 4\-Hl.* 1". ,'MielHt Armature Rewinding KAY'SMusic

State Farm over the weekend. 1..111. Mill Fire TOW.T, 4044 Lenox Ave. PARTRIDGEWell
CenterFender
Donald Stafford of Mayport Ka Hrnilford<'h County.must I .T''ekv! >nvlll<. 3B7-2S28 Drilling Co.

was a weekend guest of his by it Idl'.. : .rth.n anompHnled :"ahIera: ,: I' Gretsch &: Vox Guitars
parents :Air. and Mrs. Albert therk nmd< payuhle' to the FLOOR COVERING
Hatten and Selmer ROCK ARTESIAN: WELLS
'. Florida Board of Fore.try ht" King. ,
Stafford the
of State Farm.
an amount equal to 10 per cent Band Instruments
i. Dock and Edward Addison of the bid I Htlrcetknful bidder, J looking for Ludwig, Slingerland Rogers Complete Electric Wats*

Visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred muat remohouaeii from Forept better Drums System
I. ,
Service ilte within 10 ,
t Addison and family in Alachua after notification. ear"t"1 IRRIGATION
Monday night. A separate bid milat b. ttlb-11 visit ? I Rental. A: Repurirs on ALL FHA FINANCING '

Monday luncheon guests of mttted. .n each. houHe A lump /e, B860 Hyde Grove AT*.
stint bid will not b.t ronildered a.I'Q/1 400 MAIV ST.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Criffls For additional. Information I Jacksonville:
$24 HOGAN, Jacksonville 353-0935:\
Call Collect
were Johnnie Bowers. Paul on Clause Mo 11-01, contactthe ( S8V-143S
F I''=:: .
Johnston and Frances John-
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII I



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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I fishing Monday In St.and Augustine got quite\ last a I vvvvvvvvvvvvvnvvvvvvv Keystone Fire Chief Asl its

KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS number of various kinds ot ,t'j! .
I
ELROSE J.
fish.
including a stimciay .
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I

keep.which about two they feet decided in diameter.not to I I :LILiuI AAAAAA.AAAA By S.illy Rothhammer.AAAAAAAU. Support Of Fund DriveTh '-.e"' r


By Mary Schaeffer Former Mayor Les Beasley I ; Keystone Heights Volunteer 71 ambulance. calls during >t+w,., t
and IH'riK\FK: ItltlDGE
family have
decided! to,
Phone I Fire Department has
47.1-4127
wait until the first part ofSeptember Wlnm-s last week. 1st launched Its 1966 member- the past year.
Mi B. A. Allen and "Some of these buildIng
place
to move to Talla- f were -
ship drive which will be cll-
Last week we forgot to group that helps supply the hassee, Instead of moving a+ :;Mis. J. P Fostei 2nd place- ma-led with the annual Fireman's tires and some were
mention that the lovely new) moral and financial supportof this month. I $ .A Mi s, Emory: Cooper and:! Mrs. Ball at the Pare Houseon woods fires which threatened
I air conditioner! at the Librarywas tho( library Mls.iIal'A'sl'et Pater. ''I .,. exit ,w p Vriish.' 3id placeMrs.. August 20. summer! homes and camps Roy Tyre

promoted by the Friendsof Mrs Pearl Haertle and her daughter of Mr. andII'S! mail Palev Boyd and Mrs. John In an annual to unoccupied in the late fall and a jeep that belongs to
tho Library, that worthy sister Peggy Payne were Dan Pater, is vlsitlnz in rawrr. Strawn. Mrs Mary Cook, and report and ''
early spring months, the
oraar a contributors. Fire Chief Roy department.> We have one
Mexico: City, Mexico, :Miss Ixa Hillycr.Mr .
aaalni
a. ; W. said i Tyre said "A number of
Tyro that the department truck that is mainly used for
I'JIt;: O"I.s
this summer: -the guest of era air these homes would have been
Senor .tea re' .t: and Mrs. Harry San- answered 58 fire fighting/: house fires, and the
We Cordially Invite You To I I parza and and Senora family Rulz-Es-of that nci of Virginia Beach. Va. calls the drowning calls, and vided destroyed by our If the department service pro-had other has front-wheel drive

I S6r visit with and is the truck we use onwoods
sr spent several
cIty. Margaret Is doing more r | days not been available. Your: "
; than lust enjoying the i :Mr and Mrs V. Y. Cl'awley.1 visited support It needed that or brush fires.
mons Mr. and Mrs. so we
Rights, however. She Is attending I Mi. and Mrs Ross Brown Tyre raid that the depart-
Join Our Of Charlie A. Duncan at Ridge can continue to provide this
Savers
Family I : the TUbero-Amer- Lions' Drive A SuccessThe tame r ftiuvrday and !is to stay Crest N. C. recently. TheDuncon's protection.The ment also operates an emergency -
loana School and studying through the Fourth with : ambulance that is furnished -
| followed them Keystone Volunteer
Spanish, for which she gets Olid! tlrl\e for The ihcm home! for a week's visit. They Department has 30 active : and maintained by
-e, IMrm.r college credit. What bettel'place Florida Fnumlutlon for the Illiii'l The Rev. William Poppell DeWitt C Jones Funeral
e stow decided. left Friday on their way to members who are on call 24 .
I ? n HIICCOSH In the KejMono" llrigliti. urciu This | hIM been at the Melrose Hom "you can obtain this
: Dr. and Mi's. Russ Lom- annual. I drive U sponsored. liy till Florida Lloiw.I.urn > Fplseopni Church for two Oklahoma.Mr. hours a day, seven days a emergency ambulance any
t'a and Mrs. Wo- week. They are donating
bardo and three daughters I iliulrmiiii of thn (drive. (ScvirK" SclincffiT. IH seen. weeks now. He and his fam- George hours time you need it by dialing
o dey son of Mr. and MM. many each month to "
4 I of Wilmington. Del. have prcM-ntlng. : ir Mist.lining tnrinlwrfJili, rcrllllciito tit (Hill Sruli", I I ilv came here from Jacksonville George R. Wo' ey arrived/ fighting fires and getting 473-4312. the chief said.
been enjoying a Florida vacation Keystone heights Rev. Poppell recently Tyre IS asking for public
store
I grocery maniiKcr. A rrrllflriite wits: here Friday night from Mississippi special training that will en-'
PerAnnum I combining business also |presented. to C'liurli-H. lager" plant manager, who rceisedthis finished his studies at St. for several days visit able them to serve the com- support of the fund-raisin;
with pleasure and after I likes Seminary In Tennessee dance on August 20. Music
0 a auiird on hcliiUf of E':. I. DuPont. de Nemonrw. *' ( ... munity better.
few days around the stte.nicv I will be provided by the Spot-
I .. .." ._ __ Mrs Billy Singleton and "We don't have a paid lighters from Jacksonville.
iirnvpa in aryeumr I :Mr and !Mrs Earl Thompson -
Anticipated Dividend RateR Heights on June 20. staving son George r Ucrrvi I La the former Ann Van LnndIngharr 01 Albeitvllle, Ala. spent children Gay Martha Sue fireman: In our organization, ,and aamisslon Is $2 per pr-
at the Villa Plumosa until rence. his! wife Nancy I Ann remained In several days visit with his Billy, Mary Ann. Mrs. Gene so the money we receive" Is son. Support Is also being
.. their two children. W-I Sapp! and children; Benny, spent on equipment Tyre I asked through the sale of
I I July 5. Dr Lombnrclo, an : Tallahassee! for u visit with I biothcend family Laverne associate -
employee; of the duPont Co.. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest them. and family too Earl and Danny David and Sue. Mrs. said in his report. "We have memberships !in the

Earn More While Saving In had been located at BrevardN. of Woodiidge.:! N J. are vIsIting Ga/, to hear that James family! to Cedar Key Sunday Dock Tison and children. two 500-gallon fire trucks .department:

C. at one time and he flu Dan Pater family Jackson!' has been able to Deep Sea flshlnn They spent Carolyn! Irma and Vicki.
and his I this week on Nelson's Point. Saturday at St. Mrs. Jery Stinson and children -
Your AreaIf family knew a num- discord his crutches nftrisuffcilnu Augustineand
Trading ber of duponters who had I Miss Anna McCullouah, a bid sprnln; In hit. :Monday at Daytona Matt, and Sherrl spent
lived in Mrs. Candle Goethe and her Beaclj the day at Crescent Beach. IT'S NOTRICK'
You Would Like To Invest Keystone Helffhts trick kneo Ills inlurv apparently :! -
son I.u'ry't're! Mr Dock Tison
and were located at BievnrdJack Tuesday hasn hampered his 111'lnd/ Mrs. Marvin was guest
Come In Or Save-By-Mail! and Jean Methvln luncheon guests of Mrs. role 01( the good host lIe and tVet't', nnd family of BirrnInrthari -"soloist for the opening meet-
and their four children returned Franc: M Walrath. Sr.. at his good wife Edvtho Ala were guests of Ing of the Florida State
to their Peach Street 'her home on Lawrence Blvd. had oenuuotip company Mr nnd Mis! Forest E Wil- (Continued; on Next Page) '

., ,1<,. SAVINGS AND LOAN home last Tuesday after visIting Mi's Walrath grandmother is Mrs. Goethe's summer. Rtlll'lInqwith ha\.u// son for a week. to have a good bal

yrrTy ASSOCIATION in Orlando. Jack drove and Mrs, Kenny Deal of : Mr and Mrs. Bronzel of
OF STARKE his faintly to Orlando where DanaPater; Jr has gone con 1/1./:; :>, Cnlif. While P-I St Petersburg.. and Mr. and ance in the bank, it you
218 N. Temple Ave. they visited Jean'i parents to San Antonio. Texas this were still in KevstoncHeights :\ll''m.. D. Isenhower stop- This man

Savings In By The Mr. and Mrs. R. R Haynes week where he will attend:t the Jacksons' sun ped by Tuesday for a visit r save before you spend! I
4111. % 20th % for a week and then he the Air Force Officers and fjunliv. Mr. and Mis with Mrs, All!" Roberson.Mr .
2 Earn From 1st 4V2' drove back to Orlanlo to set Training; School. Jerry: Jackson and four children -! and Mrs. R. F. Slnv I can help i The secret of piling up
them and drive them home. Te'.ry\ and Linda Terrell from Santa Paula i I

- It teoms like old times and son Brian spent the Calif (came for a visit. a substantial balance in
/
I having the William Davie weekend nt the home of Mr. and Mrs J. Later'I'<>. KEYSTONE you
First Federal l ] Savings. and Loan Teirvs' uncle and aunt. Leroy savings bank I
I family back' in their home Mobllo. Ala., and Dr I your account
Anttwlatton of Sl rke Spud, 'nCOlJpon.1I on the lake. They have been and Mary Terrell of Mrs tubes Outhrle of New Drive-In TheatreFri. far complete protacffcM: yam I j
I Crescent City. need iiuvronc that to is as simple ax ,
adaptable
218 N. Tempo Ave. living li Jacksonville but Orlrnni! came for a week I +
Do The Rest! Tom find Glnnv Gnrnnr at.-? to changing protectionn
8 9JOHNNY
I have come hack home for Another visitor was MrJack.son's July ,
FloridaI how much .
8tarke, entertained: at their Thaf what you o.tIn this: Decide -..
the rummer. Lucille( Silver : brother. -4
Ray GSM) every Gulf llf. policy with .. .
I Gentlemen: that their older lion Jls. Is Lake home with. a cookout Jackson. of Perry. This week. .E I Adapt-A-Plan. For sample II you can put aside out n Ca

Please Invest $ ______________________________ Myrtle working as Beach a life S. C.guard this at on included Sunday Dr. evening and Mrs.Guests Russ the gone-wll-travel"Jmksons! !put sign a "Havo- a adapted mortgage to provide poll. v retirement can bo of every pay check. t L t 'poi

(amount of check) in Savings. Lombardo, and their three their '. on Income. Ark tie! friendly Gulf ... .-.......-
I I summer. He passed all the icon and went to Perry Life Representative. about Itl .
This To Be: tests and met all the requirements dau hterR. who are visitorsfrom to visit Mr. Jackson's brother Then, make it your Invariable f "

and Is now a Wilmington, Del. and t
I Q An Individual Account f / I II member of the CoipsMr Keystoners Bill and Mni'Rlc/: On Julv 4. Major and Mr- TXGER I'r I If Ii practice to deposit -

and Mrs. Ralph Read Few. and their three sons Owen Baker and children _. this amount, every payday. It makes a big
I Q A Joint Account r I II of Cincinnati! Ohio, recently Mr :and Mrs' Mike Adams attended a reunIon at Camp't 'tiIn; COf.ORqrlYU

spent several! day!! at Geld( ] recently Hew from Tampa to Bland'iiMr the Original difference (in your favor) when you do your sav-
n Other (Please Specify) II Head Branch Park, where Yukalan. Mexico for a week's Post Military Police Detachment -

I I they parked thplr trailer vacation. of the Station Comple- m'- ing BEFORE you do your spending!

Name( ) They arc friends of the Har- Mr. and Mrs. Oordon ment at Camp Blnn-'lnir! Tin'" t

I I II old Lawrence, and enjoyed Adams are exporting< Mr group was orBnnl/ed about '.'"" = t
visiting' with them and MLS Roland Upshaw of 1940. with roxlmHtely 400mrmbcra. ti fNDA SCOT!Mart 1rMr.lawrtna_ furl- Rail J ? KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Jacksonville
to
Mr,. Arneeta Road of spend this There were 29 on
a NOW IIU6HII'00IJ(110IAUtll"llRSII.PlCIUAtSun. /
I Address I II Punta/ Oorda. arrived In weekend: with them In Keystonl' hand for the ..('u n 11m. Inrlucl- Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.

Keystone Heights last Mon- ini thili' comm ndln''' officer -
I I II day for a visit with her Mr. nn-i Mrs T. W. Bakerof .-eth ed Major Sucldath ., !Alon., Tues. UVN'J'Ll J Phone! JUaU'I1AK.N'473-4340: Jr. "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly)

brother-in-law and sister. L9k Geneva held a fam- Malnr Baker said that he and July 10, II I. 12 Box 689 "
Community.
Mr and Mrs. Harold Lawrence ily barbecue at their home :Major; Siiiclath were the only Keystone Height Fla.
I Please make check payable to First Federal Sating",.* and I The Lawiencps plan to Sunday afternoon All of ictlrrd officers ;piewnt! A I

Loan Association! of Starke. drive her home stopplnz! In their ix sons and their families In 1 1940.!> Ma.|. Suddath was: r --
Tampa for a visit with their were on hand- for- the a Caotuln. and Mat Baker'
I occasion -for the first timein was a private I without a icocoa

''I many years Present were capital, "P"l, Baker remained KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

Mr. ana! Mrs Bill Baker and with the outfit until he wa ,

fnmll/ Malor and Mrs. Owen made wauant officer, at I
Baker and family Mr and which time he was shipper)
Mrs Anthony Baker an1:! to another en mo. The group by DIRECTORY

Palmetto family. Mr and Mrs Lex hopes) ti have ]larger attendI I.t ._ BE FUME
Baker And family. Mr. and ance next year since they 6INEMJSCOPIWed. _
Mrs. Floyd Baker and fam have been able] to find the I I
STORE
I BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE
AlIJETTE PPL1ANCES I I
Ilv nil of
Keystone urea, nddic.sjs; of some they did ., Thur.-July 13, 14
nni from Homestead Tracy not have this vear Two ol PINES
BLUE
RRoam Bak"r. Jr. and family. Also the men attending this year DAVIS T V Service Center KEYSTONE THE

: present were about a dozen: came from'' Indiana, and one i Proprietor Package Store &
members of the Retired from Illinois I' J. R, TH1ES. LOUNGE
i P ARK-OF.THE-P ALMS Postmasters' Community at Mrs "fAmlE' The Nanny I BEAUTY SHOP COCKTAIL
FnnK n-: Authorized Motorola Phllco Open 9 AJ/I.-13 P. M. Except
Laic Geneva Continued on Next 1'nff'/ Sales and Service Edith John/ton Owner. Sunday

Mr. ard Mr!. Casper Rrunevlted Service On All Make Dance Every Saturday Night

NOW OPEN- ) Mr and Mrs pober' TV RADIO STEREO Personal" ) Mualf of Connie and
Oliver In Hawthorne Mon- COI.OR TV A: Creative The Fireball
day afternoon 1 I Work Guaranteed--TV Rentals Hair Styling 4 MILK': FAST OF

Mr. and MM Robert Ore- I Keystone Heights. 473-4851 KEYSTONE UEIOIIT
SERVING DAILY mer and family spent th Individual Beauty Care
weeker.d of the Fourth At I Auto Sales & Service REAL ESTATE
1 I Every Form of Beauty Culture
BREAKFAST 8 Till 10 $1.00| their Lake Brooklyn home s LAKE LOTS
I commi Mown from JacksonIlle Open Tuea.-SaL 9-5
+ SPRING MOTORSComplete ; Lake Geneva S350O (Terms)
LUNCHEON 12 Till 2 $1.25: II to hold a family re- I r I I IM Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn $:!500 (Terms)
union. ,
Service it Parts ForYOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lots $500 up (Terms)
DINNER 5:30: Till 7:30: $2.23;;
BROKER:
Mr Bruce! C. Prevatt hn-- r Keystone Height 473-4805 MORTOAOE
'
been visiting her in-laws/ a 1 1t. APPRAISAL SKRVICE:
!Mr and Mrs. Myron Prevatt "If It'. For A VolkswagenWe Astoria to*:
Electrical Sales & Service
DAILY DINNER MENU !''Ir. on Lake Brooklyn] On Have It" Mrs. M. Ilgen. 4T3-431S

Wednesday of last week the ;t. Capt. R. Lovorn 473-4152
i il I Always Plenty of 00
SUNDAY _____________---_______ Roast Beef Prpvntts All drove to ppn-'- I +, Volkswagens In Slock!: I Yeoman's Electrical S.E.McKay, Realtor
rote for the rommtsslnnln'exPYCLlP9 !" ? HEIGHTS

MONDAY .__________________u__ Baked Ham( : of their son Bruce 4 1"'" 1' f I Green Cove Sprint 281-9209 KEYSTONE Phone 473-4810
Bruce Is now an Ensign l In :1' I 10 Sales & Service

TUESDAY _______ _______ Country Fried Steak the Novy. and his wife ran I KESTAURANTSBeidler's ;;
now live at the base, with' ; :,-.<..... 1 AUTO SERVICE Frlgldalre Appliances
WEDNESDAY _____________u_ Fried Chicken him. so the remained InPensacoU -'. -r./- I Maytag Washers Holiday
KING'S Zenith and Motorola TV
her husband
with
THURSDAY ___________________ Round SteaK I Sleg-ler Heaters Restaurant
Also present at the ceremonies I Service Station
with Sausage and Vegetables FEDDERSFlEXIiERMETIC Tinder New Owner hp!
were Mr and Mrs Myrna' P. O. Doc lie Melrose
(Specialty of the House) Prevpt Jr. of Kevstone USED CARS AT Phone 475-2(71 OIL PARF.DESPtn
Height They visited. with Food Moderately Priced

FRIDAY ______________________ Grilled Steak I Milton and Jeannle Starnes! ; I Iformer I WHOLE-HOUSE BARGAIN PRICES OPfH' 7 DAYS WEEKLy.
NURSERY Full Dinner T.imrhenAla -
1 1I h
Keystoners. Milton
SATURDAY __________________ (Roast Turkey the on of Mr. and Mrs Rat AIR CONDITIONING] ELECTRICAND (' _Italian Fonda.
I ACETYLENE
Starnes, On Friday evening I II O.C.Carnes Nursery PIZZPIES


ALL DINNERS I Mr. and Mrs. Myron Prevatt. goes in fast. costs less WELDING Illway 100 Florahome 1 Block North BEER of Red< LlghtUSED
I Sr.! and Mr. and Mrs. MvronPrevntt. MELROSE 475-2131: Mllei SE of Starke gwygTnN'pt Rv.TnRT
SERVED FAMILY STYLE
Jr. and !
Ensigns
I I Bruce Prevatt and his wife I II FOR FHKE KSTIMATKS: CALL i MELROSEAuto Nursery Stock -Thousands CARS
of Plants it Fruit .
were :all dinner guests of the I I
Milton Startles'. In Pensaroln I Trees to choose from. Nice WE HAVE OOOD
Enroute home the Myron Redfearn Appliances Service Shade Tree!. Evergreens Used Cars and TrucksAt

.. ONE HALF MILE NORTH OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Prevatts Jr.. and Sr. stop- Richard Jones Prop. Se Landscape Plants. All Saving PricesWe'll
tied to visit with !Mr and In container-plant any- Get It For You
Si PHONE 473.4812 Mrs. W. EVan Landlnsham! /: 473-1252' Former Owner J. L. Motors time. Camellias & azaleas.Let If We float have It
of Tallahassee. The Van- I I Vernon Buff Garage
l Maoelenny\. us do your landscaping
Lun Unchains are" the parentsof KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; FLA. I i Ilwy. 100 Keystone Beta.
Mm Myron Prevatt Jr. MELROSE Phone 884-366S 473- 4970THE
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TI11'aNDAY.' '. JiJLY "I. 1969.


i laud, and the ball game. The place team 13 to 0, limiting I stretch, singles Into dnublpsl I rent. Job. Hrh giving up 4 hits Comical In WCTU ward the train collided. with

I NEWS' win enabled Holiday Inn to the losers to only 2 hits and and to take an extra base on Bennett, Crawford Wise and I Mix-up Parade It and was killed
RECREATION tie 2nd collecting a total 19 themselves Pine Level's! outfielder Pine Teston had Lawtey's hits
I move into a for place.Pacing
the winners were JoAnn In a 5 Inning game Nancy'scame Level took the lead 1, scoring while for Trlest it was Eiland, Recalled By Late Mr. Lageraren Near 'the northern city

Scott: and Corky Allen to bat first and before a Mingle run In the 2n 1 inning, Outlaw 12)), and Castlen. limits of Starke once stood

Women's Softball League home run and Goodman, tooka with 2 hits each. For the los- Hurst Shell could make 3 put- made It 3-0 in the t lop of the Pony League Starke has probably more I From The Earth." I two trine dwellings a short
era Barbara; Masters Patsy outs the flower girls had rap- 4th. In the bottom( of li.o 5th Results: Wed. June 211 grotesque happenings to its I I One poor girl nearly fainted 1 distance apart, A young woman
Results: Tues. June 28 5-1 lead. Holiday Inn pecked Nettles, Imogene Bryan and ped out 8 hits nnd crossed the Garden held to 2 hits and Starko's Pony League team credit than any other town of i; when she discovered' that her living In one of them, ,was

Holiday Inn came alive in away at the lead coming up Shirley Reddish each had 2 plate 9 times The winners ad- scoreless for 3 innings pickedup won its 2nd victory againstno equal size or age Ileie' ute banner. declared, "My Face visiting with the family livIng -
the late Innings and knockedoff with one in the 3rd and went hits. ded a single run In the 2nd, 5 Tune on 3 hits and 2 errors defeats over an inexperienced just a few examples from Was Once Fair And Clean; in ,the other. A negro
Goodman Gulf 11 to 6. The ahead In the 5th by 6 to 5.' i 4th, and In the 5th racked up and held a S-3 lead at the Waldo team 122. Because the memoirs of the lale H E. r Now It Is Repulsive.. Demon came and knocked at the door

game was tied 1-1 after 2 scoring 4 runs. Goodman tied The league-leading Nancy's 7 more for the 18-01 win. Shir- end of 4 innings. Pine Level of the 10 run rule the. Lagergren pioneer Starke Rum Did It." Another winsome His errand was only to ask
went it at 6 all in their of the Johns 4 4 and Saudi surveyor and one-time writer miss her where a certain person lived
Innings but Goodman top Flowers team showed the rea- ley for scored 1 in the 5th to close the game only lasted 5 innings threw down
ohead in the 3rd as Patsy 6th inning but the Innkeepers son they are undefeated by Norman 3 for 4, paced the gap to 3-4, but Garden came Waldo started like they meant for The Telegraph. banner In holy horror when but the man's appearance so

Nettles, a newcomer to tho 'I really 'broke loose for 5 runs soundly trouncing the 2nd attack with 5 other players back with 1 in. the 5th and 6th business, getting 2 hits in tnc During the early years of she found that It read "1.9 frightened the young woman
league, walloped a grand slam I' in ,the 6th to take an 11-6 getting 2 hits and:! every player to hold a 7-4 edge going into 1st Inning.. a hit and anothe; this century the Temperance My Face Good For A Drink" till she precipitately ran backhome

had at least one hit. For the final inning Pine Level run in the 2nd inning, 'but thai people did all they roald< to Other Starke oddities, : and fell dead upon entering .

the losing team Martha Sue made a tine effort to win the was it--no more runs and no run the saloons out of Starke. Jeff J, Johns had a fast the house

Dyal and Georgia Rayburnhad I game in the final Inning com- more hits. Starke started Once' they staged n big rally trotting horse. One Sunday.

the only 2 hits. ing up with 4 hits and 2 runs! slow, 3 end 3 down in the 1st, in which some of the city's forenoon he drove up Madison I

Standing! > Won Lust with the go ahead run being but In the 2nd the winners handsome young girls took Street, got out of the bug-
.
{ a,* ; ui.\ r r' '", 3 Nancy's Flowers 5 0 erased on a close play at 2nd rapped out 4 hits and scored part carrying banners with gy and hitched the horse at 301DRIVEIN
appropriate devices the old shed : where
; standing
both Hurst Shell 2 3 base and the game was over. 0 runs, which was enough to
e1ectrrca
arable orjn of To further increase the effectiveness the Cocca-Cola plant is now
Harold 3 for 4.
Holiday Inn 2 3 Bishop was for win the game. Starke added: :3!
of the measure, a located. Along came a northbound -
*vnrW 'with Smith-Corona.; | Goodman Gulf 1 4Men'H the losers while Kenny Terrell: more In the 3rd, 2 In. the 4th of
| one a couple dyed-In-the-wool freight train on the
was 2 for 3 for the winners In the 5th
'f ; Softlm!) I.eugueResults and 2 to end the soaks had
whiskey been which
Induced nearby track, so fright-
3 i lite .portable that'sFon:: the raove! : ;Monday, June 27 Results: Wed. June 29Noegel's scoring. Stnrkc's boys coller- to be a part of the pro- ened the animal till he broke OPEN 7:00

< Noegel s Auto Sales soundly Auto Sales won its ed 7 safeties against Waldo cession, and they"" also carried loose But Instead of running ;, SHOW
and completely demolisned 3rd game of the 2nd half pitching Gary Hamilton hada banners, the legands-of which from the object that. caused 1 TIME 7:15

+ Lawtey 33 to 2, limiting the against one loss with a 14-1 triple and a single Mark were not altogether flattering his fright, the horse ran to ADMISSIONAdults

amp i-fct tt a sax losers to only 4 hits while thrashing of Pest Control. Graudon had 2 singles to pace to the bearers. 75c Students 60c

pounding out 25\ safeties for Koegel'a! scored 3 runs in the the attack. During its course, the pro Children
Under
: ft h themselves. Lawtey was never 2nd, 2 In the 3rd, 1 in the 4th, Hmull Fry Baseball. cession halted at a restauranton 12 Free

Y J 1 1h 1i y In the game as Noegi> had 15 and 3 in the Oth to amass Results: Wed., June 29 Call Street where the celebrants -

j runs in the 2nd, 11 In the 3rd, their total of 14 runs and had The Small Fry Baseball pro- partook i of coffee and TIIURS., FBI., SAT.

z and 7 in the 4th. Claude Har i total of 20 base hits, Claude gram got underway with the sandwiches"" The banners had i July 7, 8, 9
} '*>*! dee with 4 for 5 paced the Hardee, Pepper Thomas, and Mets taking a 6-2 victory over been left outside. Double Feature Program

winners and Paladin hit one Paladlno were 3 for 4 to pace the Angels.. In this programthe The two sots quickly gulped

over the Noegel's one of Hardee's was boys are ages 7, 8, and 9 down their refresmenU and
fence out of the Park. Pest Controlwas years of oge and are just were the first to leave. Neither The Story I of a

Garden Restaurant and Pine able to get 4 hits. learning the game consequently of them could read the Wild] ''OnefftoaenT

,5J Level squared off In a battleto Bantam Boy BuM. >luill there are a lot of inscriptions on the banners, 11 '"
2 2tv Results: Tune 28 strike-outs and walks and and each quickly grabbed the''' '1"'
the finish and
even though
,
nearest one. The I TAYLORGCRALDINE
Garden remained undefeated H. C. Wall and Johns! Oil few hits. However If you procession
will watch their reformed but somehow it WUInot :- y ''
this was one of the few they locked up in a wild l serving progress Charley
had to work for. Pins. Level game and Wall won its 2n(*. you will find as the season advances viewed with quite the respect BROOKS

out-hit the Garden te..I11'U to game of the season 18 to 10' the boys will advance that I It should Inspire J;" 1;:' RETTGER
Some of the EY
and will less spectators wentso .......
Si, 8, but the difference in the and handed winless Johns It's: see strikeoutsand far as to laugh outright.
game was the base running. 5th loss! Wall scored: 3 runs more hits. Anyway. in But why?
le < Pine Level had several Its first time up only 'i: be the game the Mets used, 2 hits, Johns i
players I
It seems that the besottedones .....;....,.. In COLOR
% g caught off bases while outclassed by the oil team whi a double by Idddio': Ulalock, a BRENDA SCOtT

Garden utilized their speed to picked up 5 runs, Wall scored home run by Tommy Harrison banners had grabbed the wrong lEI: S-.** miMim) .IU..aa\ (Klux""
and. without looking,
4 more in the 2nd and led 7 and 5 walks to get their
the girls had taken those left.
to 5. Johns went back( in from' 6 luns. The Angels used 1 hit,
Cr0Iie1t Thus, one of the "horrible ex- about this
question: Plus'
1 walk and an interference call -
; 9 to 7. Wall took the lead 10 amples" with a tobaccostained : I
_. STARKE to their 2 runs. Eddie Blulock
.1 to 9 and Johns Oil tied it at mug surrounded by russet "Another summer sports
b SMiTH-COROMa. Jil 10-all. This Johns did the hulling for the win-
completed
LRajRENTS-J S Bristles, proclaimed. "Lips and vacation !season; is,
} but Wall broke loose ning team giving up only a bi0flffmosi' i
BUSINESS scoring That Touch Shall Never
Liquor
= The Coronet gives you afl the speed, ease and[ 55SF 9f j for 8 big runs and the win. single to Dale Hans, struck just ahead. My camera:

electric tYD rog...at only a little, more than tba cost of go ,' Wall's pitcher HmKuJ. Johnsto out 10 batters and walked.l one. other Touch one averred Mine, that while"Rum the and sporting equipmentare

c' ordinary portable. uwr > DIRECTORYAUTO only 6 hits but hive away Randall Thomas pitched for Destroys Beauty, Sweetness. more vulnerable to staring IWIslS ol

12 free passes. The wt.mnrs i the Angela and allowed only and Purity Let Us Banish It theft and damage. !Members -

REPAIRS collected 12 hits and! B r; xvullcs 2 hits, walked 5 and struck of my family are late! you have everexaerteleed

FUlL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the same off the losing pitcher. Be'g.strom out 6. more apt to injure someone .

'4- ( as on office electrics plus full-length, op-front tab. with 3 hits, and MillnrUruudon Thursdays game was rained did bring some of their own or cause property dam
a: Earl's Garage Cowen, and Johns all out. records to play and the regu- ,I'I
.. lation. Set, clear tabulate from the keyboard.; age. Is a free survey of
had 2 hits for the winneis. Summer' 1'roKruiii lar events were held. Arts and in a motion
5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS ALL KINDS OF my insurance available i 1

J \.. at your fingertip command: spaces,dots,dashes,'X's and AUTO REPAIR WORK Johns for the losers had !i.tg Due to poor weather conditions Crafts participation was fair from the Charley E. Johns i picture! .
the turnout for "Music Well, this past week has
All Work Guaranteed
underlines. Type faster. electncaQylPERSONAL Agency to see that I have
LEARN TO TOUCH-TYPE Phone 9692964So. All of the scoring wall done Week" was a low one as the been, titled "Physical Fitness
TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch sensible insurance co\'er-1
.
IN ONLY TEN DAYSI! Walnut, Starke In 2 Innings In a close thriller rain kept the kids home. The Week" In hopes that everyone .. -f
Get 5 If records: and instruction that pleases you and electricity: does t&e work "printperfect" us Lawtey remained undefeated Doll Show scheduled for last on the playground Is in age at a reasonable premium I'' '
time! .
pages in a handsome case every with a 4-3 edge over Triest. Friday was postponed until good condition. Planned on ? .
for only $3.95 when you purchase ALL THIS AND MORE -Page Oage'I'M Copy-Set" AUTO SERVICE The team from Hampton went Thursday (today). "EveryoneIs the agenda Is a physical fit- -'

this handsome new Adjustment,Forward-Glide top deck Quick Set"1 Margins out in front 3-0 In the 1st inning welcome to attend Thurs- ness test right down to a pet Charley E. Johns '
Smith-Corona portablel ,_, ,and a deluxe Trimline carrying casc. Gilbert S. Brown on.4 hit!sA and then was day night from 7:30: to 9 o- show on Friday Archery, Air 'I

KEEP IN FASHION WITH TO DAY'S NEW KIND Of ELECTRICAL LIVING Standard 011 Service Station shut out the rest of the way, 'clock to view the many dollson Rifle. Arts and Crafts and supervised Agency
ATLAS getting no hits and no runs. display. Musical part of play will be offeredas tiFX.XGsrr
TIRES & BATTERIES Lawtey armed Its 4 runs in the week was poor. We can usual. So come out this 131 S. Walnut St. I !

Only $159-36 Budget Terms-Road Service, the 3rd inning on 3 walks, 3 blame this on the lack of week and participate I PHONE 964-0201 1 I
Plus, Tax Phone 964-7071 hits, one of them a triple by homemade musical Instruments a I

407 N.' Temple Starke Donny Wise and they were because the playground I :
through hitting and scoring. director didn't know too much -- .__
HURST'SSHELL Both pitchers did a magnin- about them. However the kids os-t.b.PHOENZX..

I i Florida Theatre .. :. .
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Service Station I lAMES STEWART-RICHARO AJIDlOOROUrJl
LAWSON'S MARKETCold
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Gas; Oils Lubrication ; PfTERflNCmyKRUGER

Goodyear Tires & Batteries I Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: :3:00: ERNEST BORGNINE wi11111UlIIIoUfIW
SERVICE Storage Grocery Store
ROAD Saturday 1:00:
301 und 100 Starke i i1Sii MIiaM0.llf. IATA! rliil"JI_
4 m mn-re sat;;:is;tart rem.ur4iua
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Jo'riday-9:30: A.M. Admission 6 IIC Caps Sun., Mon., .Tues., Wed.

PRIZES & SURPRISES July 10, 11, 12. 13

A1e JI* !t Double Feature Program
; < FULL SUSPENSION FILES. FRIDAY SATURDAYJULY 8, 9 '

Double Feature Program COLUMBIA PICTURES T HI.
25% anfflfna capacity. Smooth gliding drawers -- _
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toll qutetfy the mere touch of,a ftngsr. Easy to operate. \ ,
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Heavy gauge steeL. Built to last a lifetime. Mist Green i I i I Sidney

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.. SIze .Wd!'. 11,. III* Me* WITH! I0t .# Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We 1 1, 'Bedford

202-Uner SIze 14%" 28" Incident
$47.83 S3.8S
24" $ r s'see'
I will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a
202-1B-t.tt.rSIzeUf.'f 24 17" 43.73 "'.75 't 1'402.19bt.H.rSh..U
%" 23" 17" 46.73 52.73 Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 per

02-Uaa! Sb. .17?." 28* 24* 81.70 37.70 4> Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. Y I I' 1 I I """ jomes macarthur .I
4 4, For Chill-cut and wrapping: 5'/jc per Ib. with paper.
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THRU DRAWER..Counter Height IB"" y. 9 We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezers Plus I Plus _
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I Gainesville have each of their cottages should see those two work I This Includes those who like I Charts bent to our club. Any ed tint the rotted poles maybe I proupa.,
<-William [Bill Soto
KEYSTONE Th> Junior Woman's Cluo full' so this keeps them hopIng the whole time they art to poster the plant evi-ry week one interested In receiving a replaced and the lighting -- .
SENIOR Adjutant Post 56
eanmltiblE: oreta M.gfdlo see Their grandchildren, with the shears and those who chart may do so by applyingto improved for all citizens to

HILITESFrom of Milrose held a meeting at Steve, Greg and Cliarleno! here.Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Miles neglect the plant. CITIZENSAs the radio station. Senior use. With all parties working American Legion

the home of Mrs. Lavonla: Revels oj' Plant City :spent were up In Valdo.ita: and If you drive a (compact car citizens news is broadcast together this curt be done

Yarbrough. Those attendingwere ten days here with them re- Baxlev. On. over the weekendof and own a home and a miniature every Sunday at 8:30: a. m. We in the Lesion feel that .,.., .

( Preceding: Page] : Mrs. Pat Hagglund. cently. Their parents, the F. the Fourth. They went to size lot, then considerthe Medicare went into effect Our next meeting will be the several hundred dollarsour I T" I HOMEOWNERS

Mis. Pet Dougherty. Mrs. W. Revel came and picked: brim their children, Randy Chinese. DoxOl'u, nga This(Sev'l'lnla the case load, according held on July 23 at the Pratt Pi.Hi spends: on youth activities I POLICY
Pat Supp, Mrs. Diane them Mrs. Revel's sister. biixlfolia) hedge. Street Recreation Center. We WIWRANCI
up. and Ll'ifi home from an ex- M" Edmondson. adminIs-
to the
been vIsItIng each is best
Jacksonville:! has Is an. attractive dwarf plant year I
Tisor Mrs. Geraldine Stin- Mrs. J E.: Strickland Sr.: tend'I.lt with relatives of the Bradford County will be planning/ picnIcs for
her eon and family Mr. that l in kleiil for either :. Uirm- trator investment we can make. t .
son, Mia Betty Cox, Mrs. Her daugrhter-ln-law/ Mrs. J. there." Hospital did not visibly the stammer Bring your MERRITTH.WILLIAMS
:
and Mrs.!! Raymond Farrls al? or Informal 1 demarcation, of
and children on White Sand: Snndrh. Kelly Mrs.\ Ennis E. Strickland, Jr. and her Wo wonder if you have your lot boundary Increase. In an Interview friends and neignbors Have Again, our thanks to all .

Lake. Stansol the hostess Mrs. little Daughter. Diane, have been watching the progress! Severlna is better than a with a representative of fun in the sun conerued, and we urge that 1

Sen. i-nd Mrs. L. K. Ed- Yarbrouih, and a guest, Mrs. been clown from Mershon, of the new business up In the wooden spite fence, because WPXE, Mr. Edmondson said -Jo* Kerrigan. Reporter every effort be made to continue -
Joyce Logsdon. Qa. for a short stay, also former White Top Restaurant 117 N. Walnut St.
wardi and family spent a delightful the spiny prickles of this that he had received a certi- and improve on the fine
holiday weekend at The Junior Woman's Club Nick And Virginia Simons I ? We had \been" so being! hedge plant will never let a ficate of accreditation and programs now In existence Phone 964-5391

their )place! on Lake Brook- Parlc: on the Melrose Bay was have returned: to their Inqu.-t I'e. I stopped in to tomcat sit atop and squall at that the hospital had compiled II p'y!I...%

)lyn. Piesent were their son- discussed. It wall! decided to Oainetville home after a :discuss' a Bible! School project you by night. and Is qualified to receive that are enjoyed by so many ii protect '

in-law and daughter Mr. purchase! new swings for the leisurely month at their cot- and t find Roy Adams undertaking For those without natives, Medicare patients.It of our people from all age I ii State more! r rm fin> Cwttdly Ompimy Vtfut, 1 I IBUSH'S

and Mi*. Doug Davis and playground( area and tables tage here. They kept their to open up and run a there are many plants that was further noted that I.
for the picnic area. The parkis service in this will into ornamental
family of Tampa: their son, young granddaughter, Lor- good impair shape an Inciease of Medicare pa-

L. K. Ill, and wife; and their open for Jr. Woman'sClub inda Sheppard out here with area hedges for beauty's sake alone tients was not expected: as
members and their Lor- AW hal a pleasant jaunt These Include the Turks Dear Mr. Matthews: I
them for
unmai-rled children. John some company. Senior Citizens are under directives U-HAUL\ TRAILERS
and Elizabeth Also a cousin guests from 8 a.. m. until 10 Inda's parents, Laura Fran- down to Dade City on Sun- Cap, Glossy Abelia, Golden of their doctors who, American Legion Post S3
Wattle, azalea, Bougainvillea( at its regular meeting on
of Senator Edwards'. Mrs. L. p. m. ces and Bill Sheppard spent day to have lunch with In turn will send them to RENT TO GO ANY PLACElira
Benny Sapp celebrated his the weekend here helping Jack's dad. Clayton Miller snowbush, pale butterfly bush, June 28 voted to take this
Q. Matthews and three children the hospital only as specific
10th birthday. Sunday witha Nick put some new cabinets The nrw 1-75 makes a trip Golden Dewdrop, poinsettia deemed means oi 1 expressing our appreciation -
of Forest City. Ark. cases are! necessary.
at small party at his home up In the" kitchen. Mrs. Martha I such as this a snap. On Fri Feljua, Hibiscus, rorucarpusand for the fine job /SNERA4ENS
Herb Nelson entertained Is
All of the neighborhood chil- Stinson and baby granddaughter day. T. C and I Journeyedup Oriental Arborvitae A hospital( a good place that till concerned are doing 3'f'Y
his home on Lake Geneva to HOvhen one needs it, but
For additional listings of '
dren enjoyed home made ice of Gainesville came I to Jacksonville where he in the way of recreation for I
on Saturday July 2, with a hedge plants that are adaptedto the general feeling In public ;
and cake. the citizens l both and
cream over to enjoy the lake for a had the unexpected thrill of young )
beach party swimming that "I don't \
life Is want to
,
contact
Mr. end Mrs. Dock Tison couple of days also. V 11'ginla'5 -i beln' flllowed to buy the firstchan2e your locality your :: old] of our town and county. I
boating skiing etc. as well I to a hospital if I don'tneed j
county agricultural agent or go .
and family visited Mr. TI- niece Barbara Cleveland 0: color and style of We in the Legion have ,
as lots to eat and drink.Keystonel'S it.
your nurseryman.Selection
hand son's mother, Mrs. Scott : of Riverside Calif. arrived shoes In over eleven years. long been active In youth r. I .Jo'?
on were
Tison of Orange Heights last for an extended Florida His good doctor Hugh' Has- of the proper It will take patience, discipline programs/ and wish to com- \ "

Everett. Jean and Jimmy week. Recent guests of the vIsit It troubled Nick and ton Jr !save permission for hedge plant Is vital.If and good Judgmenton pllmciit: Recreation Director ONE STOP>> SERVICE
Fox. Fd and Muriel Bennett
Tison's were her sister and the purchase of his first remembered the lot is small, a lov the part of the Medicare Gene Rayburn members of
Virginia as to what to use to ONE OF THE BEST IN FLORIDA
and children. Bill and:! Elma hedge is the best choice. Or,
family, Mrs. A. M. Howell, i : I land long dreamed recipients) doctors, and the the City Recreation Board,
entertain a young CalifornIan drive all the
Why for
K. and over place Earthworm
Smith. George Mary If the lot is large, consider when
admln stratl .
hospital n
Miss Sandra Christian and of! pair of boots. The the City council, and the
who has attractions
so many -
Martha Schaeffer. Bill and larger growing hedges or consider you always find plenty at Bush's Gulf Service and
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ScOtty Beam. Al and Gwen children and Miss Lois to see out there but most beautiful pair of "gun- several combinations of We face and solve prob- County: Commission, as well U-IIaul

Bachmann. George and Lu- Howell. all of Mlcanopy,' they find out that Barbara bon*.*, a mighty proud boy hedge plants to give you color lems in our dally living. We as other! who have made iti I Trailers

cUe Massa, and Martin Ramos Miss Sandra: Parks of Jacksonville thinks the Florida beaches! ever f'.lwl! throughout the year may have some problemswith possible to have the many I .

Out-of-town guests Included visited with Carolynlast are )prettier so they plan to Til next -week-this weather Before selecting a hedge the Medicare program, activities: for our young peo I] A Stock of $6,000 Worth of Fishing

l Betty and Wayne weekend.Mr. take a tew trips to different I out our way has turned all plant be mire It will ser'veyour but they shall be solved with pIe ,

croft. of Tampa. Mr. Croft all: ;l Mrs. Harold Hut- beach ureas. Thanks California blondes from the "peaches I purpose. Learn if the faith and courage. For years we have sponsor- Tackle Priced To Fit Your

in Lucille Massa's brother cheson of Soddy. Tenn. were we knew it all the i and cream". type to the plant you have In mind will Most Senior Citizen members ed the American Legion JunIor Pocket Book.

Also Dr. Albert A. Reilly of overnight guests of her aunt time! I "bleaclies: and scream" type. grow in partial shade, stand have gone visiting their Baseball program In our

Jacksonville, house guest of Mr. and: Mrs. E M. Robinson We had the misfortune to I strong gusts of wind or will families! in various parts of city in order that boys who e
Mr. and Mrs. James Den- the U. S.
Mr. Nelson. Herb Nelson, Jr.. loose a ,0od neighbor this tolerate salt spray. ale teenagers would have GET YOUR LAWN MOWERS-OUTBOARD
nIs' new arrival, Lisa Lynn, H. C. Drlscoll, who is visiting -
was home for the weekend week. Mrs. Edna Kinchen Planting Time some place to play ball and
born June 25 Saturday In l\IOTORS-CARS AND TRUCKS FIXED ATBush's
was New Jersey, writes
too from Jacksonville NAS. sold her home and is temporarily Most varieties of hedge we have had: excellent support
She weighed 7 Ibs. 7 ozs. that he will "tie the knot"
and brought with him a making her home I.l plants con be set at any time this year from the Re-
Lisa born at the Alachua I before turnln'J' in
waf Septem
buddy Bob Straus who halls and office with her sister. during the year except during creation Department and the Sport Shop

from New\ York City. Other' Geneial Hospital. Mother Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Emersonin Baptist periods of drought. ber. That will be an occasionfor City. Also: ; our thanks go to

out-of-town guests Included and daughter are getting Mttanopy. In biding Edna First Baptist Rev J. D Prior to planting prepare celebration by the Senior the ichool officials for per-

Stan Forbes of Orange Park along just fine. Maternal farewell she had no tears or Bowen pastor; Ralph Copeland the soil by cultivating a strip Citizens Club. mrttlru us to use the base- Gulf Service & U-Haul Trailer

and Dick Welgel of Middle- I parents are Mr. and Mrs. M regrets In giving up her I organist. 4 feet wide and mix in an We wis-h to thank WPXEfor ball fie!id. It is our hope that 2 Blocks N. on 301 Phone 964-7361
N. Tret.:: 1'0'.1. ? rotted the 1966 Hurricane In-
burg. There was also a delegation place here on the lake. In Worship services : Sunday ample amount of with the :help of all concern
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross formalicn and Tracking ,
fiom Starke. Includ- the future, she is hoping to 111 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. (tmtrsery manure. If the soil la quite
will leave! July 6 to visit trench IS
then dig a
ing Grace and Don Page draw the floor plans of a open], Wednesday. 7:30: p. m sandy, = -
their Rev. C. Glenn of 1 -
Ion Inches and the width
Lola Lyon. Kathy Struth. trailer she wants and It Is to Sunday School 9:45: a. m. deep
Mlngleriorft In Murfreesboro, I Fill the trench
the hedge row
Dot Reese.! Kay Garbett, and be manufactured especiallyto fnursery open!. Training UnIon -
Tenn. for a few days. Mr. with a mixture of top soil and
Joyce Conklin. Father Edward suit her business-home 6:30 m. [ open] .
: p. nursery
AREA BUSINESS
and Mrs. Ross will also visit manure If available, organic DIRECTORYAir
KIrby stopped in at the i needs. It is possible that she I. I
relatives' in CananJargua: N. -Catholic matter such as leaves, dead
party for a short visit too. may otlll locate in the general -
Y. befoie returnIng home. grass: weeds, peat or RtI'awwill
St. Williams-Fr. Edward A.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Maher. area of Cross Creek. She I soil.

Jr. 'and six children stopped Mr and: Mrs. Huel S. Hol- turned over possession Sat- KirbY priest In charge. Mrs.E. After help it enrich is established sandy ( fertilize -

to see Ed's uncle. Herb Nelson lowar's guests for a week urday morning to the Rob- A. Lamm organist.
twice a Conditioning-Heating
the hedge year. Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
were Mr aru Mrs. Arnold C. Sunday-Mass. 7:30: a. m.
Ir. Keystone last Sim- erts family: of Jacksonville 2 to 4 pounds of fertilizer -
day. Richardson anti? son, Jim. of the Monday Inquiry Class, '7 Apply
Mr. Maher was recently new owners.Cobul'n 100 square feet of RUSS PIKER POWELL'SBeauty
transferred from Atlanta. to I Eau Gallie. Mr. and Mrs. Peggy! and Suzy p. m. Novena and Benediction hedge( per row.Because. Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT

Jacksonville. He is assistant Wyman Ardredge of Nettle- Rain spent a long weekend 7:30: p. m. of the many soil Authorized Alrtemp Academy Most Fashionable

DUt. Manager for Inter- I land. Texas is spending this : here at their lake cottage.I -InterdemonlnationalCommunity types and scores of plants used: Heating & Air Conditioning Learn a Frofessloa In Your Address For Ladles
i week with them. Mr. Ard- !SHEET:' METAL
national Harvester Co. TheMah'I Cob'.irn's: mother Mrs. Nora for hedges, it Is a good Idea Spare Time. Full or Part Time
Church Dr Sm.lth-Corona.-Authorlzed
redsie 1 Is Mrs. Holloway's with Regidental Commercial DltJ.SES-SUITS--COATS.:::;;
'! / and Mr. Nelson hada Wilson -pent Saturday to contact your county agent
A. C. Holt mmister
delightful! afternoon swimming -\ brot\1\ r. The Holloway's Peggy[ and Suzy as Cobum. : Mrs for uaalyHls of fertilizer to -Industrial DAY & EVENING< CLASSESI Dealer
granddaughter.( : Linda Ken- George Canova, orgunlst I Sal.lmtall.&tion-Servlce I MATERNITY:: WEARACCESSORIES Clary Victor-ToUtla
and boating. It was the Jack. T. C. and Jeff madeqUltp apply.In Low Tuition Terms
first tirre they had been together I nemore ct Greenville. S. C. is a day of It over at Sunday School 9:30: a. m general, azalea hedges 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 219! N.W. 10th Ave. I Adding Machines, Calculator
spending several weeks visit MOI'l11ngVorship, 11 *. m I SALES -SERVICERENTALS
for 12 or 13 years. Crescent Beach where they need an acid-type fertilizer, Gainesville 372-0714
with Item.INDIAN. tNursery< open both hours Culnesvllle 378-3769 7 W Gainesville SAVE TIME' Discuu your
SWIMMING: CLASSES I damned most of the day plus spray applications of iron University,

Remember that the annual They returned home. blistered -Epi? conal to keep the foliage from turn- CHAIN SAWS requirements with us first.!

Rotary, Swimming Instruction ,'vvv.v.yvv.vv.vyyv, wltn plenty of clams and St. Anne's Rev. tV. W Ing yellow. AUTO SALES&SERVICE :MOBILE HOMES: 528 N Main St. Gainesville

Program: will beiln I not at all sure the rest of Worstall, vicar; R. O. Copeland Crapcjnyrtle, cattley guava _ Phone 378-3331

Monday. July 11. Registration BEACHLake the two families even caredto organist. I and wax privet hedges often A. & J. Saw MUSTANG

win!: be at 9 a, m. and shire In their steamed Morning Prayer and need a special application of JEEP PAINT &: GLASS

the lessons will be from 1:30: ( Santa Fe) and fried clams -but very mon 2nd and 4th manganese to keep them thrif Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co.: Mobile Homes Inc.UAIBLEU .
Z-nc deficiency otltn ,
till 3 p. m., Monday good, I might add. 9:30 ( ser'// ty. Joe Anderson Mgr.
through
Mrg. Jack F. lUHIer. Sr.AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA. : a. m. tnuranry I shows up In surlnamcherry :\ : Liddell Paint &
Friday tor two weeks. Young' Danny Lutgens has Holy Eucharist and Ilomelite Gainesville's Discount Mobile
wax privet and orangejessamine Chain Sawn
And do wound up with a badly ruined 1st and 3rd Amei lea's Finest Economy Car
come to th6l< Sundays, 9:30: A hedges. i Home Sales Lot. Glass Co.
SALES & SERVICE:
Fry which Is held to raise vacation.! It seems that ina M.\ [nursery open]. C11ur.:!. SALES AJJD SERVICE Volume purchases for our entire -

funds for your children to Busy' busy. busy-this has: cMltilsh: game of mud School, 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eucharist Repairs & Parts All Makes chain guarantees savings I KYANIZE PAINTSGUasMlrroraSIldbir

learn to swim. It will] be Friday been the pace this week foi sllnalnz' and rock throwins. 8 a. m. each Sunday. Cancer Deaths Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR of many hundreds of dollars I : Door-

evening July 8. at Key- everye>nn. Jack has been vacationing Danny got much the worse Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M Total 21 In SALES & SERVICE' on the quality home of your I Tub EnclosureB-Sh Door

stone Beach. I ?] busy that is end of the deal. He was hit each Sunday. EYC, 6'J: P. M 1132 S. Main choice. -WlndowsAwnlDl'Carpet2022 -

trying: to finish up our new In the eye with what appearsto each Sunday. County Last Year N.E. Blvd. Gainesville 4820 N.W. 13th St. 411 North WalliMtperStorefrontConsultation.

badly needed rooms. I still have been a piece of tile Dally offices of Morningand Gainesville 372-8133 Phone 372-3388:\ Gainesville. 378-1346 .
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say if we can finish to the and is spending this week in Evening Prayer, 8:00: A O'lt' of 142 total deaths Just Off Waldo Road _ _ _

Melrose point of packing a suitcase the Medical Center in Oalnesvllte. M. and 5:00: P. M. from all causes in Bradford B & G Motors Co. PRODUCTS- MotorcyclesScootersStreit's t J I 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE .

and walking in, then I for He had three stitches Countv during 1965, 21 persons : CONCRETE I GAINESVILLE 372-8191

one can wait until the win- 'taken In the lid but most Presbyterian -14 per cent-died from SALES & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle I Shop
(From the hemorraslng Faith Presbyterian Church some form of cancer. PET SERVICE
Preceding Fagel) Iter months I II severeas Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTS '
occurring behind -Rev. J. R. Neale Ji min According to information HONDA MOTORCYCLES
that ,
I, and Mrs. ErnestI : was
Mr Trades
BEST FROMEdward's
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their daughter\ Mr and Mrs many unsightly lower I :MOVERS 2720 N.E.!: 20th Way

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