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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 14, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT

STARKE. FLORID. THURSDAY. .It'I.Y 11 I, ItitM _. .-.-- NUMBER THREE



5 Timber Companies Area CivilansSet \ Construction Ups Spending




Continue To j, : II I I Meet Here


Protest I I This Weeekend Record $2,500,000 Set





Property Assessments I Officers and member of the
For School
Starke Clvltans from wiu 24 host clubs delegations in- 66-67 Year

,
Timber companies continued their protest of :, Area 1 Friday and Saturday,

property valuations Tuesday morning: before the 1966 I July IS: and 16 foi an annual -

CUBE. Requests Board of Equalization (County Commission), but only I II council meeting/ Millage Held At 8.6

one other taxpayer appeared to seek relief. I From 150-200: delegates Circular Buildings ;
... '_Ah ...__u__. ._ from far west Tallahassee
.TB.I,guiucjiiB" lueiLLiC'Ui" LU inoae as as -
$$328,442 For used in 1965 were presentedby I as far south as Orlando'
as his guide. He said it sets Up Only .2
two lawyers, Sidney Davis I and 1 as far east as Jackson-1
a top value of $217
i of Jacksonville who represented I per aiit'on I'i vllle Beach ai<> expected to1! Board Approves
prime timber land and l $30.
I Fall Head StartApproval Glllman Paper Co. and Ray- : per acre on land. attend the training/ session' A gigantic $2.5 million spending bill proposed by

onler Inc., and Tom Brown of Container swamp Coip. and Kay- Highlights of the, weekend will I i Supt. Torn Casey for 1966-67 received tentative ap-

Lake City who represented I Charles DeViine be a luncheon which the 1UB6 proval from the Bradford
onler had no representative at 'I School Board in a special
for submission to Owens-Illinois Glass Co. and the hearing but Long said District (;iovernor North Florida Strawberry 2 School Plans meeting, Tuesday night
to the federal Office of Economic Nelson Blocker a private Umber Queen, it las Vedi( }Fish, will
both their
i are protesting assessments. It included
a hefty $1,371,189
Education was given owner. attend, and. a Duffuiamu (golf I operating budget,

the proposed $328.442 Head The 1966 values placed on ; Five ,timber School To OpenSeptember I tournamentbeginning) at 1 p less than the board spent in 1965, but $68,000 more
companies are
Preliminary plan for new made to bring the cost downto I
Start timberland are arbitrary so m. Friday I than was budgeted Millage
project for this fall by still protesting their 1965( assessments clrtulurschool buildings< at $85,000. Morgan suld an required for the new

CUBB Board of Directors Ina as ber to discriminate against tim and have paid 1965 6; Leading 'speakers will In, I Brooker anti Hampton were excessive amount of plumbing, spending bill is 8.6, just two tenths (.2)) more than

meeting here Monday classification companies without of timberland regardto taxes at the rate of about elude Governor Charles/ A, De- approved by the Bradford necessitated by the showers .in 1965-66, as the Board carefully, edged around a big

night, Davis claimed. He said the, $20 per acre average leaving, A Week Later Vane of the Florida< District, SChool Board In a special and dressing rooms, was more increase.Huford. Bradford's m 1111 1 0 n-plua

The project requests approximately $79 per acre that Bradford coffers short $61,000in Civltn-n. International, Zone 1 1, meeting last Thursday night, expensive than in a usual I school construction program
average
$250.000 in federal Bradford Assessor Gene Long8et expected tax revenue 1966-67 and Gov. Robert Turner of July 7, building.The reflects the big increase In the
funds. It be A of Southern Opening of the Starke along with several ,, ,
would eight for timberlands "Is substantially representative All three bMltt trututivad. for facility will again, be proposed budget which will be

months. 160 days, beginning more than even- Oil & Chemical Co., Inc school tember term 6, a Is week slated later for than Sep- other visiting Civilin digna- construction of the new physical advertised for bids along with i iI advertised for a public hearing -

sometime In late September, of Brooker appeared briefly taries. education facility at the Bradford-Union Area Vo within good pine land should be val decision 'bv the
usual,
after a
In BI adtord. Union and Clay ued." to ask relief and Gainesville Bradford School Board last The Holiday Inn will be Bradford. High School were cational-Technical Training 65-66 operating ,budget wad

Counties. At a meeting JulyS Davis also noted that the Attorney Sigsbee Scruggs appeared council headquarters for the tinned down, however, be- Center In about three months. also overspent by $97,000,
the Baker School In connection with the Thursday night. and all shoving it to
County 1966 meeting meetings on cause they exceeded the up $1,410,000
assessments are Identical Supt Tom Casey said the In other action, the board:
Board decided not to provide to the 1965 ones and that Hiebergftr Estate on Bedford made for several Saturday, July 16, are slated $85,000!I estimated by Architect way above the $1,313,000 bud-
decision was Set the date for
classrooms for the Head the 1965 assessments are still Lake. Scruggs was concerned at the Starke Golf and Country Don :Morgan by $15,000. opening geted last year.
with the assessment of reasons: school for September 6, with The other three
Start of the
Club. Circular
buildings
program.A I ate a new
In litigation. He said the 1965
To give added time to finishas August 22 as the first day of
land under water, but left School Board
used in four "budgets"also
project director and a The council concept now widely
assessments are 500 cent meeting will Include -
per buildings as possible for teachers a
many preplanning ,
when told that such land
WAS reflected increases
head teacher smaller schools where' big :
in each of tht* I they
more than dn 1964.Attorney construction workshops for club presidents
In ''the programnow week later than usual
three counties also not assessed have proved especially adaptable Debt Service Fund- up to
was club ,
approved Brown offered under secietatlcs" and I :
by the CUBB Board sworn testimony to ,the Board Ardell Crosby protested the To synchronize way. the Bradford treasurers, and fruitcake, sales In several areas in FlorIda Accepted the low bid of $197,657 because of race-track
$6,500 assessment on a ware- $3,460 from Hughes Supplyfor funds
to
pledged $1.2 million
The to -
according Superintendent
program Is expected to from William W. Miller, chief school's opening and closing chairmen. Plans for growthof ,
house he owns. He claims It air-conditioning equipmentfor construction obligation.
handle 250-280 pupils in 14 engineer and woodsman for and with the universities. whichare the district In member.ship" \ Casey. AI''hltectforgan'a:
is worth only $5,000 the high school 'A' build- Capital Improvements--
clas3s. plans cull for a circular design
Owens-Illinois and Nelson
threatened. to "sell It again in going on the quarter sys numbers of clubs, Clvltnn"' with classrooms, administrative ing, and the low bids for ceilIng $833,500 for new buildings.
Former Bradford School Blocker. Brown Insisted his offer activities and Interrlub I
tem Teachers attending summer youth I
front of the courthouse, Just I suite and cafeteriawork material and movable partitions Contracted Federal Projects
Superintendent Harmon P. be entered Into the minutes events will also be stressed. ,
school under the quarter
,
like I did last year. Long I \ on the same project. $175,000 for several U. S.
Mor I told him that if he would I system central multi-purpose room., Asked Supt, Tom Casey to Government finance programs.
sum tier Head Start Chairman Jerome '
program I change his property deed to to begin work by the middle contact the State Department These lost three funds are
One build-
use of the central
was approved to coordinatethe Johns told. him it was not usual.Because Trial Set
of OH Dope
fall leave out land actually own- August ing will be for a cafeteria. of Education for help in determining not flexible and the Board has
project if It Is necessary.
approved the federally spon-
I ed by the railroad his assessments Costs of the circular designis the procedure for very little budgetary control
by federal authorities Miller, In answer to Browns, would probably go below I' sored Head Start program Is over them.
about $13.25 I buying insurance by competitive
City County would have questions, sala thai an. acre $5,000. But Crosby insisted 1 ending so late, August 12, and For July 28Trial foot, :Morgan said, comparableto per square I bids. Casey told the Board I Mitchell In the all-Important operat-
six teachers and 120 students of Owen -IIILnols pine land his be entered. in teachers would! have no break I
protest the conventional rectangular -' insurance cost $1,453 last year ing budget, Supt. Casey pointed -
with the center being at produces an average of halfa the records, between that and the regular design and Board members Art Holl- I Prison Workers to a. $72,000 increase, la

Penney Farms. Mrs. Mary cord, of timber per year. Foster Shi Smith of Starke term. of Mrs. Evelyn t''.'!an- The Hampton school will Iday and Rodney Hall insisted I revenue, which combined, with,

Jane Pupkln was approved: But he, "or any other, person was the only other property Teachers pre-planning will ette Odom on charges of at- have seven classrooms and a, that it be placed: on competitive $36,000 he sliced out, enabled-
as the head teacher. connected with a timber firm, owner to file a form of pro-( begin a week later also, on tempting to smuggle dope Into total cost of approximately bidding. Commended For him -to arrive at the $1.371-

Bradford County would did not know the selling )price teat with the assessor, but August 22.Kettles. the Florida State Prison $200,000; the Brooker unit .000 figure It includes $-&5,500in

have five classes with 90-100 '[)f a cord of wood. In Bradford he did not appear at the is set for Thursday, July 28 I will have five classrooms at a 3 Ag StudentsAt Efforts On Job additional (](Ista.

pupils expected. Mrs. Mona I County meeting. Trial Mrs Odom Is charged with cost of $153,000. Both schools( Major savings came by cut.
Canova was approved Two manuals usect as guides Chairman Jerome Johns Forestry Camp ting out seven bus routes, taking -
asj trying to /smuggle' dope Into will be complete units withcufetorlums Buford Mltdhell. State Pri-
head teacher and the center for Judging the value of I said the Board's findings would Set July 28 the prison, concealed beneath kitchens, and office eon personnel officer, and Cecil seven vehicles and drivers
woods land also came under be mailed to each propertyowner County
Three Bradford off the road at a saving of$18OOO
would
be at the Fairground. I a wig i she was wearingat space.The D. DeMille, a classification
discussion as In punt The Board of !Equalization !: stu-
vocational agriculture The 20>
Union County would have the time Board) and principals officer, have been awarded remaining
three teachers with 54-60 ments' : one has been ftrgu-I' will meet again Aug- WillIard Kettles. 4D-> V. R. Ferguson of Brooker I dents Hie attending the FlorIda certificates of commendationby buses will cover the mama
ed by the office ot State ust 9Assessor, old NL-KTO charged with Two pievlous( trial dates
Service did the 27. EJlJU1.n&tlon
children expected. The head ear-r r and Hlthuid Jockc.l( ( of IIimp-' I Foiebt Forestry the State Awards Commit routes as
teacher approved is Mrs. troller Fred Dickinson and. the Long, to begin tin- giavated assault, will "o had been bet but were postpolled ton expicsHucl) uppiovul of the Training! Camp at OLeno tee. of maid service accounts

Cole other has not.Attorney hearing, presented, the \Uourd: trial on July 28, according : for viiiIons H'u.sun.s plans. State Folk near High for $8,500 more and placing:
and the center wouldbe CommIssioner of Agriculture
Davia said the with taxable property roll ue1.202,650 Information; from the Clerk Mrs Oiloin 1-s now under Approval, of the plans must Springs this week county-paid DCT students under -
in the old courthouse Doyle Conner as chairman of
,
"unapproved" manual goes as $-& up $1,506,300 over of the Circuit Court Charles $5,000') bond.Rotary fiom tin State Department the federally subsidized
building now occupied by the come SelectEd by the local Future the Cabinet SubCommitteefor
low art $5 per acre for swamp 1965. The total tax roll, exempt Darby Architect Work-Study Program $10,000))
Woman's Club and the coun- of K: land and about $61 per acre and non-exempt, totals Kettles Is charged with FilmStresses Morgan fun, pioceeclwith more-a total of $36,000.
ty Health Department. Chapter. they are: Les Law- made the presentationin
for prime timber land!, below 54580000.!! the cutting of Mangle Pei- the drawing' of the /linitl Major increases, in the operating
According to CUBB Execu- hUll Route 2, Staike; Lea- Tallahassee with Louie L.
Assessor Long's $79 average. He said Biadford{ County kills and was imestcd on Activity fund 1 are: en $150
plan
tive Director P. T Nolin the mon Williamson, Keystone Walniwrlghit, director of the diVision -
faVls also said Long had received "a clean bill of November 14 191i5. lie\ Is being cross-the-board raise for tea-
project is almost completeand After RetirementA I The Bonrd: also agreed to Heights: and Raymond] In attendance.
made no distinction between health" from State Comptroller held In the county jail. hers I $26,000; $5,000 starting
will be mailed to Atlanta. timber land Fred Dickinson In l.itt pin'chime a Nile for the new Thom, Hampton.A Mitchell wax cited for this from
of salary, $4,500 for
grades film up ,
Ga. by next Friday, July Long however, stated, he week's hearing in Tallahassee I recording" of "Turned I Hampton School from OivllleUrookins totiil of 93 FFA members dual effort to develop both a I teachers with less than three
Out to Grass, OH given by for $.';,000( .
Post 56
22. Approval Is expected state's tax Edged comprehensive personnel program -
; used the "approved" manualMayor's in which all the Leon F. Montague before a.e attending camp this years experience, $7,000; cost
within 60 days after that. assessors! were ordered 1 to hike an Low bidder on the proposed week, and are receiving field and a /good public relations of cooperating with the Santa
to 100 cent or fire, 5-2 Ocala Inter-city meeting In New physical education facility I and classroom instruction program for the Institu-
Only portion of the protect values per By York City, was the Fe Junior College, $9,395, anda
Court harsh I programat was $ 7,771 from! Trlest Con- from forestersof tion and the Division of Cor-
not complete now Is the consequences. the Starke Club professional $3,170 increase in coachesextra
Rotary
medical expenses where Long nas assessed land Outhit 8 to 6 Ocala got Wednesday.The struction Co. of Keystone the Florida Forest Service reo.tlons.DeMille's. duty supplements.

County Health Officer. Dr. were owned by Container Corp. at their knocks when It countedto Heights\ but It was refused I the University/ of Florida voluntary, off-duty Just $361,621 of the entire!
The following cases
, A. Y Covington is asking of In Mayor's Court an average of $78,90 per acre, down Starke's Post 56 address/' is designed 1 tostress I because, It exceeded the $sr:>,000 and piivate. Industry Voca- efforts at developing a group $2,5 million budget comes
disposed the
of developing
I for more than the $91 per Gillman and Blocker at $79 American! Legion baseball importance cost figure the Hoard had I tional agriculture teachers counseling program for inmat. from local funds. $1,056,080comes
Tuesday night: at special Interests and l worked) with. The other two es were the 'basis. of his l com ,
Rayonlcr serving counselors. from various state
, pupil now written into theplans. David Johnson public intoxication average per acre. squad 5-2 Saturday night I I are as
I Hulls
I and Owens- talents. prior to retirement. bids wet e entered by I mendation. sources! : Minimum Foundation
$7904 acre,
per road
$27.50 fine. July e, In a game ,
and Todd. '
)
intoxi Illinois at $84.67 for fee lam) Stnikes Wayne McLetxl The average person needsto I & harris 'I9,8)0, i FRIENDS OF LIBRARYA Wainwright described the Program $771,403; Racing
Mike Croft. public land. 103,881. efforts of the two men as I Commission, Funds \
for leased $137,500
and $67.47 ;
Annual Meeting led both clubs with a perfect retire "to something"not meeting of the Friends
cation.! $27.50 fine. Values placed on their lands Hoard Membpi RodneyHall's )( I "superior and tireless" state free 'textbooks, $13,939;
3-for-3 at the plate. "from something," accord- I of the Library will be held
I Of Country ClubThe Jesse' Burdette, disorderly I by the five protesting tlmbar; A return match was set motion to reject all Employed in 1960 as the State Sales Tax funds, $93,66O,

conduct by fighting, found Arms ranged this year, as in here Tuesday night but a Ing to :Mr. Montague, and bids was passed, finAl Architect( I' at 4:15: p. m Monday, Aug first personnel officer at the I and I30.0OO from the federal

j The annual membership not -uilty. 1965, from $2084 per acre by \ failure after the first should not have the feeling of :Morgan was asked too/ over 1. at the public library, All State Prison, Mitchell) developed school lunch act to name the

1 meeting: of the Starke Golf & Albert Tyson. Jr., fighting Container Corp. to $48.12 b/ power caused it to be being "turned out to gras" I the plans with the wh'Kil i members: are urged to attend a modern personnel pro- major ones.Teacher .
Country Club will be held fined $12.50 and given 30() Owens-Illinois on fee land. half inning I stuff to see. what (cuts, c ml be I I gram for more than. 550 prison salaries are the

j Thursday night July 21. at days probation I II I cancelled! _ I II employees working Into I biggest item in the budget

I the club house at 7:30: ( o'clockl| Ruthle Tyson, fighting I' the nJght and bn weekends in $865,552. It does not include

'i Election of officers will beheld fined $1250 and given 30 Appraisal Due August 2 order to effect Improvements.At principals or janitors or bun

I' and trophies will be pre- i j days probation. the same time Mitchell I drivers, etc.

dented to the winners of all Eugene: Denny public Intoxication devoted much time and atten- Supt. Casey received very

flights In the recent club $2750 fine. tion to building a better public little reaction from the Board

championship tournament Islah Allen profane and Board Still On Courthouse SiteMerits image, for the prison among as he explained the upending
Stumped
bill
I Indecent language and public nearby communities.: He was Kem-by-ltem. Board Member -

Intoxication, sentenced to I elected president of the Starke Rodney Hall did suggesta

American Legion spend six weeks in jail Rotary Club, as well aa president board policy to prohibit supervisory -
Post 56 I Little progress was made:! room for only 75 cars, it was of the four sites for Board:! I I nfteinoon. of the Civic Roundtable, personnel. from

New AssistantOn by the County Commission on'' estimated. dialnace and room for expan- I "Well, in 33 years Roberta kept the ball roll- and the Starke-Bradford County teaching under the Adult Education

DISTRICTBASEBALL I selection of a site for the new Th American Legion site sion also came under discus- Roberts began Ing for more than an hour Chamber of Commerce. He Program during regular

Chamber Staff courthouse In a special meet- wo! teimed the most easily sion, but no agreement wa- I, "There'll be lots more room The Board will meet again on Is chairman. of the Human school hours He said a

ing Tuesday afternoon.An prepared for building with reached. for parking when the county I the courthouse site issue on Relations Committee of Bradford person being paid in a super-

Mrs. Catherine Hegg is the appraisal of the four coati estimated by the archi- "Eery site Is adequate for I agent, home demonstration August 2 when the appraisal ; County, chairman of the visory capacity and also for

new administrative assistantat prospective sites was not complete tect at $250. The Arch Thom- future expansion with the exception agent, and school board move i is ready.A. county unit of American Cancer I teaching a class during the

TournamentSet the Starke-Bradford Coun. as the Commission a 5 site. west of the present of the present one.:' I out" Mrs Chastain said i iI J. Thomas Sr. was requested Society, Institutional representative school day receives "double

thought it would be. and A. courthouse, would cost only Roberts stated "Does everybody I! "There would be more of- by the Board to make for the Boy Scoutsof pay."

Here ty Chamber of Commerce J. Thomas Sr. local real to.- $2.250 to prepare because of agree" |I flees at the courthouse If we the appraisal and he requested I America, and has served, as Casey said, this practice wa<

Wednesday Saturday succeeding Mrs. Jane Allen heading:! the appraisal, asked the resale value of the houses "We have room here." Com- had room For Instance: two the assistance of E W. II chairman of the Official Boardof carried on In several cases in

July 20-23 who has resigned to join her for more time. chairman Jerome '-: to be removed. Architect mlsslwner Zedra Hamilton replied circuit Judges a court reporter Hayes and S O. Denmark. the Starke Methodist "experimental" classes: when

husband at Fort Knox, Ky. Johns read a letter in George estimated. and Juvenile authorities." Cost of the new courthouseis I| Church. another teacher was not avail-

Game Time which Thomas said the report The Crosby! site. at the Intersection "But the first three have Chalunan Jerome Johns rePlied estimated at not more than DeMUle: has been at the prison able. He said a teacher would 1
8 P.M.I Each Night Mrs. Hegg came to Stark. II III have to be hired for the classes -
should b with her husband I so eliminating the practice
recently 2.The. I and US. 301 would cost On drainage' Roberts, said building at the Farmers Mar- I pact two years he developed -
He
who Is the new junior forester Board did proceed with $18,500 to prepare. George! Then Mrs. Jesse Cnastaln "They're all OK except theCrosl'y ket, $50,000; separate facilityfor the group counseling programs would agreed not however save any, that money Hull

with Container Corporation estimating the parking space i said, because about 16,000 cu- said. "If we have a new courthouse ilte""I true\ school administration. for inmates, devotingsome had a, point and that the
They are Minneapolis all four sites and the cost bic yards of fill would haveto but I architects fee's 400 hours of his off-duty
This Space Contributed originally from at I we won't have to wor- hope you're right, $30,000 and Board might do well!! 'to discuss -
Minn. of /site preparation at the be hauled in. ry about expansion for a longtime can't see that" Johns said. (six per cent of building, time to this project last year. the matter further

Weekly to Publicize suggestion of Commissioner I Preparation of the present I ," "Yes. there may be a problem costal 1 $43,000. I DeMille has also served as In the only other action at

Community Event .fcy Miss Sandy Rhodes (Sulli- Oeoi'ne: Roberts. site was estimated the most "Some board In the future there"" Mrs. Chastain That leaves approximately' co-sponsor of the prison's Al- the meeting, the Board de.

van) is also leaving the chamber With the assistance of architect -I expensive because of demoli- will,' Roberta replied.:! "How agreed I $72.000 of the $1 million coholic Anonymous program, feated a motoln by Rodney

The Community staff this week and will Frank George the tion con of $500-19,000 for long has this one lasted"" he "You all can see all those bond issue for site purchaseand Hall to reconsider its rejection -

be replaced shortly by a BHS Board estimated that every, demolishing the property asked. ]problems because you all have contingencies and has worked as a neighborhood of all three bids on the
State Bank
student site except the present one, along Court and:! Call Streets "Thirty-three years, aftei your preference." Dave Shu- I If cold, the present courthouse commissioner In the proposed physical education
under
the work-study I would accomodate 150 cars and $6.000 for the present the last addition." Cleik : bid said suddenly In one of property will bring. an local Boy Scout program I

program __ __ __ I The present site would have courthouse. Charles Darby Informed the the few comments he had all estimated $75,000. ,I [Continued On Page FourU. !






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FV Joint WorkshopIs I A Thomas Couple \

Scheduled
4, Honored At
1e
I
r By Woman's Club
t
fw Farewell Party r
I .0-: ?
MID C. J. Houpt, president t lh ( '

of tho Starke Woman's Club, Mr and Mrs. Pepper i L

has announced that Thurs Thomas were honored at a r k-41

day. July 21 will be club day farewell party Wednesday

for all members of the senior night given by lends nt the

club. Junior's I Kopelounos: home on Kings- '
woman'sl Jrefs"t
Lake. J': ,
Club Little fey
I Irr and the Senior Citizens Club. A ricnic dinner was served' a

d f : All members are Invited to'' .: on a long table on the dock. !. i1 ::1" 4 +i S., ,' y'y'k '
: attend an all-day session beginning The table was covered( with a t

white checked\ cloth .
!
at 9 a, m.. where a red and Y
: : workshop and plans for the and centered with an arrangement t tn

; coining) year will be discuss-I' of yellow day .. J. pr d Ui ,

: I II ed. Members are asked to y lilies.

bring;! a sandwich for lunch, I So., The 25 friends attending .,.(

and:! drinks will be furnished. enjoyed swimming and refreshments f",, .,.. ; 'T"..!' ,, "'JJt'r' ,

Member are also asked to t during the evenIng .I --Jri; ..1s'- ) ".
and Mrs. Thomas :
Mr.
f.t briiiR an kitchen utensil or I. o. .. SlS..i? (
kltclvn Items that can be ( rJS oy'r were presented with a farewell McKinney-Redding I

eta ". ,. .. used In the club. t. gift fl'omJ1elr\ hosts Annie Barnes Weds Jasper. Byrd
Sir and Mrs. Buford Mc-
.tI The purpose of the "spendthe In Air Park \\\1
Baptist Ceremony \ln.ne.y. of Starke announce
: day party" will be: 1. .E' % 4 : Carolyn KurimayTo the comIng marriage of their i'

Checking the club properties; Wed Mr. Sapp "Miss Annie Barnes> daughter shaped bouquet of white cxr- dallA'Mer. Carolyn Jean, to
2. Checking the club needs; of Mr. and Mrs. B, L. natlons with white streamers.
+ William H. (Billy) Redding,
3. Rearranging i the club offices of became the J. R. Adklns served' beat
Barnes Lawtey. as
'yaa ofStark ,
C Dickens L
.r + y Mra.: P. eon of Mr. and Mrs. > A
I and storage space; 4. bride of Jasper Byrd, son of ,
the
announces approaching man.Miss HedctlnK Sr: of Lawtey.The '
Checking over any records in marriage of her Mrs. H. B Stokes and the Lii.da: : Devote of La'n'- ,
event will take place'August
the clubhouse for the purpose I I daughter Carolyn Dickens late Earnest Byrd of Starkeon tey attended the bride as maidof

of compiling: n permanent Catherine Lee Harris Becomes Bride I] Kurlmay, of Jacksonville to June 21 at 8 p.m. In tho I honor In a gold street 6 at Evergreen;; Baptist '

history of the club; 5, I Joe Allen Sapp. son of Mr. Air Park Baptist Church. Rev. )length' dress with ''matchingaccessories Church at 4 p.m. Allfrlenda'
Of Mr. Starling In Grace MethodistGrace I
Olive the
performed
LeRoy .
Planning the Social and Fl- and Mrs. Eldon Papp of She wore a short and relatives are cordially -
.
nuptials.The veil of Illusion and carried a
a rv nanciJ 1 projects for the com- Method Church In burning white tapers and two Starke. invited.
I bride given In marriageby nosegay of yellow mums with "
ing year: 0. Any other projects Lawtey was the setting for pedestal baskets of white gladioli The wedding will t t..ke her father, was lovely in gold centers and yellow
the marriage of Miss Catherine stock, mums and pompoms place Friday. July 29. at 7:30: streamers.A Interest rates on U. S.
that
al' the club might run a street length white lace
v Lee Harris, daughter of against a backgroundof <: p m In the Bayless Highway( heJd Savings Bonds have been
into. over taffeta, wedding dress reception was In the
', I Mr. and Mrs\ Herman Harrisof palms Baptist Church with a reception featuring a necklineand church annex.Following increased four times since
There will be Jobs for Starke, to Arthur Lee Star- Mrs. Mae Wells served us In the church.All square
pointer.' sleeves. Her a wedding trip to the first Series E Bond was
everyone and lots of decisionsto ling, son of Mr. and Mrs. pianist. I I
friends and relatives 0.1I shoulder, length veil of illu- South Florida the couple is
Flem of Robert sold on May 1, 1941. Cur-
Starling Lawtey. of Jacksonville
Starling
4 4' ,t A be made so all membersof I the couple are Invited to at. ',ton was held In place by a residing at 1026, N. Clark
: .. ... Rev. (Encst; Bailey performed: I was best man, and th< ant rate is 4 JS per cent,
: the five clubs are urged to tend. tlura. !She: carried/ [) a crescent street, Starke. :
the ceremony on June 18 at 8 ushers were James and Frank I I when held to maturity.

Roberta Russell And Nat Dankel, Jr. be present and Join in the p.m. Starling, brothers o? the I -.. .I

Wed In Ceremony At KissimmeeMiss :un and fellowship Flanking the altar were groom. Farmers Told I
branched candelabra withon :Mrs.! Ann Moore of Starke (
attended as matron of honor. Time To Prepare
Roberta Russell became They wore matching: Empire I
and the bridesmaid! were Miss
the bride of Nathaniel, styled gowns of maize embroidered Storage Faciliti'esASCS
Carol Broadwell of Gainesville t r ''itr.
;3. Dankel; Jr. on Saturday. chiffon on a white I u
and Mrs. Lucille Cnuley of (
June 25 at 2 p. m. in Trinity background with solid maize f Lawtey. They were attired county office man-
Lutheran Church Kissimmee. skirts. Their headpieces werea alike ager. Mrs. June Chapman
In floor length gowns of,
The bride Is the daughter single rose in self material turquoise blue peau deI/(>le.. rem'nded'! local farmers today

of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. with double petal veils. Each with fitted bodice and soft that now Is the time to begin

Russell of Alligator Lake. carried a white Fuji! mum i. pleats at the waistline. They !! making plans for adequate

The groom's parents are Mr. accented with flowing rib wore pearl necklaces and caroled storage facilities for crops to ': .

and Mrs. Nathaniel S. Dan- bons. nosegays of yellow car- be harvested! later this sum- -/r. % O

kel Sr. of St. Cloud, formerlyof ) Ring bearers were Chrlst- I nations, tulle, and yellow sat- mer and next fall. Present

Stirke. ofer Lewis, of Starke, a nephew in streamers. In, their hair storage facilities may not be ,

Rev Henry Young performed of the groom, and Jeffrey they wore bows of turquoise sufficient to fill the need .
; the double-ring cere- : Bass of Shelbyvllle. Ind.. .':""':- peau do sole with net For farmers to take full

mony before an altar banked! I nephew; of the bride. ) ,, Given In marriage by her advantage of thp price sup

witch palms, white ribbon i Thomas Andrews of Starkewas .._ ',' J ., : ." < father the bride was lovely in port loan programs for grain
;" 1 ,' ," 't ,
. wags, and. greenery and best man, and ushers ,I" \' .' : ... 'or.; ". .. a floor length gown of Im- they must: be stored !In an
:
;
vases of white chrysanthemums were Mead Lewis of Starke Chnntllly lace over
; ; ., ,. .. r ported adcqtmt' storage facility. Also -
and roses. Jerold Bass of Shelbyvllle. f ... '- I starched net and taffeta, with slncT! prices for commo- =
:- ', \ \ av: IN CARP'S
Given in marriage by her Ind., James Poffenbaugh, I _. "'' '!Ih'' .t J' r.\l. \ ; \. I a bouffant skirt of scalloped dities may be depressed dur- r ; FAMOUS .

father, the bride wore a for- and John Dankel, of Bruns- :. ,' t'. ,.I,1 I,1arwai..w edged tiers. The. molded bodice ing harvest time. It often 'KERRY KNIT' & 'KERRY KUT'
: }r'
mal of silk-faced wick, Oa.Following. p. featured a Sabrina neckline to them the 1
gown pure .., 4.t'' .J;r ,i .ydll.: ; pays storage: on : t
peau de sole and Alencon the reception at t '. ., ,., q .1) :i embroidered with pearls> and farm for selling( t a later '
: lace. The fitted bodice feat- the Kls&lmmee\ Woman's ,'. ., : iridescent sequins and long date when supplies are reduced UnderwearFOR
.
oI.IIi- :
ured a modified lace embel- Club the couple left for a '. .. .. ,.f'.: ::tJt: : sleeves that tapered to the and prices rise. Proper :. :
I'
A
wrist. crown of lace,
wedding trip to South I pearls,
Flor- .
lished sweetheart neckline ".i. I fttorne: facilities are necessary -\ i
. and tapered sleeves. The slim ida. They are now residingat ... ., 'j. ." : : I and crystals was secured to a t to( protect the stored ;:

skIrt was Overlaid with Alen- land.4703 Melody Lane Lake ? L ,0uasx.........,..,k. ....:.:.. __ .,. .... carried four-tier a veil bouquet of Illusion.of> frenchcd She commodity from eXl'elll
con !lace and terminated In a *" "- 1 tier a7MM: "9E carnations! And centered witha moisture rodents, and y" 1. A .j FuH eombae) cotton with Pale-nil

: chapel length' train. Her veil Paula Gayle Johnson, George'MorrisonExchange white Cattleya orchid with sects.Mrs. 1'i' lets than 1 1JJ shrinkage Full
of illusion cascaded from a Chapman said that I \. ., reinforced. famous
John McKinnevs Vows In Leesburg Rites satin streamers tied with lov- r cut Carp'i
. double! queen's crown of seed err knots. storage facility\ loans are ea y brand underwear l is your bait

pearls, and her bouquet was Observe Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. John- Sunday, July 3 at 2:30: p.m. I M-s. Harris chose for her available! through the ASCS a.._ r. v ? buy I Stock up now for fall and qe

; of white roses and English son of Lexington Ky announce Highlighting the altar were county office for up to 80 percent back-to'schooll
. I daughter's/ wedding a pink
Mr. and Mrs. John per.
Ivy. McKlnne
the of the cost of approved! '
marriage of their two pedestal baskets of whitspompoms ma-lace/ sheath : a'I
S Mrs. James Poffenbaugh, :> celebrated their birthdays daughter, Paula Gayle Johnson and gladioli, flankedby complementedwith storage' facilities The loans I \
light blue
a Cymbidium \ 245Knit
. T-Shirts 3
sister of the bride, served as !last Sunday with a family din.- of Leesburg, to George branched candelabra with orchid corsage. are repnvable In four annual FOR
; matron of honor, and bridesmaids ner at their home !In Graham. Morrison Installments at 4 cent
Rory
of
. Leeaburg burning white tapers, againsta > Mrs. Starling mother of the per
were Mrs. Jerold Ba IS. Seventy relatives and friends: son of :Mr. and Mrs Henry G. background of palms. bridegroom attired interest.; //11 '
this occasion with the was in a
twin sister of the bride, of McKinneys enjoyed[ : Including nine of Morrison of Starke. The wed- Mrs. Bertha Blake organist, blue )linen drl'.IIslnd she worea Loans are also available '- 3 FOR 205Briefs

Bhelbyvllle Ind.. and Miss their fourteen children. ding took place in the Central played nuptial music and accompanied yc.iow Cymbidium orchid for purchasing storage equip- '' s .-,

: Mary Ross of Flalnfleld. Ind. Baptist Church In Leesburg Rev. Bob Walker, corsage ment r.uch: as mobile dryers

I, the soloist.> A reception was held in the and ventilators for drying 1 fi Athletic
I
H. E. Bradley Jr. served as church Sunday school room the commodities brine !stored' .l { 3-1 165
best man and the ushers ; ; Shirts
were which was attractively decorated The :) loans are available for 'r
e. Virgil P. Morrison, and Ralph with baskets of white up to 8.; per cent of the cost: ", J y

Morrison, brothers of the gladioli, stock, mums, andpompom" of approved equipment They Broadcloth 35

Thpyearround groom. ,. The brides table are, reonyahlp: in three annual 3 R2
Miss Shirley A. Morrison was covered with nn Imputed tallmpnts.\ !'. also at Shorts
I of Starke, slater of the groom, lace doth and centered with per cent Interest. 41 1
nerved us maid of honor in a
the bride's cake which was. The county office

I yellow floor length dress< with shaped like three" wedding urged farmers to manager seriously: 1 -. ... .
e scooped neckline. The skirt j
.
price was low had an overskirt of white eyelet bells and was topped by i consider the nerd for additional r
miniature bride( and
groom. storage facilities
and
With this she wore a yel- I
Around the cake was a -
garland drying
low short veil and curried a equipment and to
crescent bouquet of yellow and of fern and pompoms. contact the A3CS county office :
Mrs.
white rarnations. II. E. Priest and Mrs. If Interested In the loan CLEARANCEON I
Beverly Wilks aunt of thebl.t
. The bride, given in marriajro:; <1e. ]program.: : Office personnel! ,
presided nt the
. by her brother.! Jerry R. Johnson bowl which punch will he /slaj to discus the I
. was rnrirclmt! with I
was attired In a while program in more detail.
I fern and pompoms. Mrs. leAn
lace over satin with
gown a
Galncy of Yiilce cut the bride's
'+ tuta fitted 1od'c.( neck
r ( scooped(
cake and ;Mis. Janice Jonesof
.
line and long sleeves which ;
. Yulee assisted in serving.
tapered to points over her Both are aunts! of the bride. I Westinghouse
wrists. In the back: were rows\ *' ,
I of lace. from the waistline Following a wedding trip to ; ,
?
,the Jackson, All i. the couple I is re- p
down
' MYSIAMa IIAaDfOr full length of the t'
. siding at 20fi. Water street.
chapel train. Her fingertip al F L HiJ
t B
veil of illusion fell from a The bride is employed" atErma'a -. ; TV AND STEREO

i tiara decorated with seed Beauty Shop and the

, pearls and iridescent.i. She groom i is> employe dat Winn-

wore a white pearl pendent' Dixie: : food store ,,

wore a white pearl pendantof life HERE ARE A FEW _
1 _
. white carnations with
The streamers, cantered with a s
yearend.price white orchid. groom and bridal party. ICeg- SALE

After spending some time
Mrs K. (I. Jsom. mint of the
bride, was attired In a blue with their guests the couple ,Console TV--23"--Instant On $249
left $$199
on a wedding trip to Miami -
and white sheath dicta with anti CAF Uag R Atttfram1thfirst ,
the Keys They are _
is lower white accctktorien, complemented now making their home in the
with a pompom corsage + Portable TV--19" Instant On
centered with a white orchid. bride Leesburg chose Mobile for! traveling City. The a M :,1,. ray hieanederAi of IlAtltt $$169 $129

Mrs. Morrison, mother of light pink
linen dress
eS jk A the groom, selected. pale blue white accessories and the with i 1AIs an.4e'fa Portable TV--19"
or.
fTs Official time 'hi Ford rY $149 $$116
Clearonce Mile and rayon two piece suit chid from her bridal bouquet. ;e thoultdt
Country) Get tile deal of the year on the with white accessories and a p

e fastest selling Fords In history! Big white carnation corsage.A 5ettu tpltat Portable TV--12
0 reception was held In the $109 $ 93
selection 04 Fords. Falrlanes,
church annex. Behind the 1 THE BRADFORD for flie eAotefnpMc'Meord et n.r

Falcons Mustangs, wajonsl I bride's table were two pedestal seddlna Ow Mmces ef e 1IUIi'

' Plenty of models and colors to baskets of white chrysan- I COUNTY TELEGRAPH -... Foetovrger. -- MM1t :
e

S choose iro... Come .k todayl) I te themums table. and, covered gladioli with Thebride's a I Published 138 every W. call Thursdayat St.. / Photographs you will I STEREO Solid State

white lace cloth, was centered treasure a lifetime, in
Starke, FU. 32091 I
Ford
Country with a three tiered wedding I ; beautiful natural color. FM-AM-STEREO FM

Official aTel.vilegar cake decorated with yellowrose I Second class postage paidat Call us today, Ask for

. ,buds Mrs. Jimmy Stew- Starke, Fla.I I free wedding brochure.' TRADITIONAL
are cut the brtde'a cake and I STYLING Reg $349 --- Sale $277
j albums
I Complete priced
Mrs Sandra loom kept the Subscription Rates: I

] Motors brlde'a book. I In trade area: 93.30/ per I to fit every budget. .

: Mrs. Marylce Morrison greeted I year; I2.0O six month

reception guests and at ,the presented door at themto the E. L. Matthews, editor andY i BULLINGTONSTUDIO. ':i ii Slade Gas And Appliances

.pwjliaherOutside
Your ,Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties the receiving line compsedof trade area: 14.00
Mr. and Mrs. Isom, Mr. and
206 W.. Madison St. Phone( 964-33S1 Mrs. Morrluon, the bride and I per year'; 12.23 nix montha. ji I i PHONE. 9fil-727I, 322V. MADISON ST. PHONE 96<-77.' I

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THOTISUAY. JULY U, IDfifl \nroitn) CXUTNTY TEI.FORAPII. ""' ''RID'. rroittn .o\GE TURF

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r i i 1 p, m were Mr and Mrs. J
Linda HugginsIs
Cubs
Den One W aa.skui.s. Mr and Mrs\

ComplimentedAt Enjoy Outing Jimmif Gaskins and son
1 ,. I Mr and Mrs. Arthur Oasklns i
Two PartiesMiss Cub scout Den 1 enjoyedan I and family, Mr and Mrs li

Linda Huggins, whose all-day outing at the Of- .Y 1W i Harold Wise. Mrs Gale Tay-
marriage to Dewayne McRae ficer's Club at Camp Bland- lor and daughter Mrs. Jennie -
GLADYS MOOTY will be an event of Friday ing on Tuesday.The I Slke.s and daughter. Mrs

Phone 964-0651 \ evening July 13: at 8 o'clock'In } I boys, under the super- Lane OasRlas. Monroe Ga.. -
the First Methodist Church, i I I vision of Mrs. Drew Reddish, kill i he T F Oasklns fam-
has been feted with two de. enjoyed a picnic lunch, W r ilv UK) the honor guest.
lightful parties in the past''' swimming and games duringthe v eyl Those visiting: during the h.
week. i day.Recent. afternoon included Mr and
3 On Thursday evening, Juiy\ yl Mrs J B. Gaskins, Darby
7. Miss Muggins was honored Qaskins. Ouy Rosier Mr. and
at a miscellaneous shower glv- Birth Mrs Bill Oasklns and family, ,
y oJn by Mrs. Linda K. Johns, and Lane Oasklns. y
Hts Ervin Andl'eW81I's.: \. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Chester
James R. Reddish and Mrs Padgett of Starke announcethe
Drew F. Reddish at the home 4 birth of a son on July 12 Teenage Dance ., '
uf the latter on Searing street In Bradford County Hospital 86th BirthdayIs l I .
motif 'J ; At State FarmA tJ
A pink and white color ., ',. ObservedBy
"
Wes used in arrangements of j'1( ''J .
gladioli. roses, pompoms, and \ f" Ar Mrs. Gaskins teenage dance will be ; CrawfordRossMr. ,

shasta. daisies, throughout the : ,. .I : 1968 CAP. The held Friday" night, July
.- sign-up period and Mrs. Ray Crawford -
15'1
party rooms. Gracing the piano Mrs. Jean Oasklns celebrated at the State Prison(
} aat'ree' ended on May 13. A ,signup of Lawtey announce the
in the living room was a I ..f her 86th birthday anniversary ployees Club featuring the, approach
and
bride doll and attendant. stand I period for the 1967 CAP engagement I
has on Sunday. June 28. Jades of Lake City Time: 8 I I ing marriage of their daugh-
ing under a miniature trellis I "f r not yet been announced:
with a garland of orange ,blos- ri however, it is at the home of her son and till midnight Dress: slacksor I ter. Loretta to Charles E.
J. _.,, i1 expected to be Mo.
View
Mountain ,
Ross of
soms draped from the trellis held In the late fall of this daughter-in-law. Mr and school shorts!! I no dungarees I
I The wedding will take place
"
of the
over the sides piano.
Mrs. T. F Oasklns. or T-shirts 1. Admission
1 The refreshment table was .. year or the early spring of I Thursday, July 14, at 7:30: p.
I
iVA 4ti+7'a, Ivtl covered with a white cutwork Wed. / _. ,1 1967. Attending the luncheon at $1 Punch and refreshments. m. at the home.
linen and "
cloth over pink was
l :* L .
a centered with a pink punch, Gloria Jean Starling Exchanges Vows I -
{ $/ I-' 19" bowl encircled with ivy interspersed -
r JI with Shasta daises. With Norman Patrick On June 24 "
r Flanking this were two silver I
candle holders with pink tapers Miss Gloria Jean Starling, church, where the bl'lde'I I
entwined with ivy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. table was covered with an
1 :Mrs. Drew Reddish greetedthe Doyle Starling, became the ecru lace cloth. !Mrs Douglas p
guests at the door and bride of Norman Hardy Scott of Gainesville, sister

I presented them to the honoree,, Patrick, son of Mr. and 1\Irs'l() of the groom served the three
.
Eli 111 l her mother, Mrs. George Hug- William Patrick on Friday tiered cake, and Mrs. Ray-
HL gins, and Mrs. Bobby McRae, June 24 at 8 p. m. In Orace]: mond Bryan served punch
! $ I I mother of the brldegroom- Methodist Church Lawtey. I I from a crystal bowl. The
ele t.I Rev. Ernest Bailey, pastor table was centered with an Short sleeve dress and sport. shirts in
I The honoree and the two of the church, performed the I arrangement of roses and

mothers were presented with ceremony before an arch, shasta daisies. the most popular traditional styles. But-
\ white pompom corsages and formed of branched cande- For her wedding trip, the 4
Weds Robert NoblesIn
\ Phyllis Darby
the bride-elect was also givena either side mint
labra, flanked on bride wore a green down collar single needle tailoring.
silver butter dish from her ton
First Baptist Church} : Ceremony by ferns and baskets of white whipped cream dress with
hostesses 03 a memento of; I '
I gladioli. matching accessories, and a tails Sizes S. M. L.
Miss Phyllis Ann Darby, table and was balanced by the occasion.u Mrs Mae Wells organist corsage from her wedding Tapered waist long
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. silver candle holders with Mrs. Vernon Reddish pre- played the traditional wed-I bouquet.
J Charles A. Darby, of Starke, pink tapers. sided at the punch bowl and,. ding marches. ..._ 14-172! ,
became the bride of RobertW. After a short wedding trip assisting were Mrs. W. H. Ed : The bride, given In marriage 6 County Farms
Sr. and Mrs. John Ar-
wards
Nobles, son of Mr. and to St. Augustine the couple by her father, wore a
Mrs. P. W. Nobles, of Lake left for Norfolk Va. where thur Reddish. floor length gown of peau de Are ApprovedFor
invited 99
I Seventy-live were
City, on Saturday evening Mr. Nobles is stationed with guests sole fashioned with scissors CAP Practices _
to call between the hours
June 25, at 7 o'clock. the Navy. front skirt and a chapel ; 6
eight to nine-thirty Reg $5 to *
Members of the immediate Th: bride is a 1965 grad train. The bodice featured a Agreements under the S3

families attended the cere- uate of Bradford High Mrs. Floyd Wiggins enter- rounded neckline with scroll Cropland Adjustment Pro-
which performedby School and employed at and long sleeves.
was
mony was tained at open house at her embroidery gram have been approved for
Rev. Felder L. Rowan in Holiday Inn in Starke. home at New River on. Satur- Her bouffant veil of illusionwas six Bradford County farms,
the First Baptist Church. Mr. Nobles graduated from day morning for Miss Huggins. secured with a crown of according to Leaton Morgan

Greenery and branched Columbia High School and Arrangements of roses, gladioli pearls and lace, and she car- Jr.. ASC County Committee
candelabra with burning attended Lake City Junior and hydrangeas were us- ried a white Bible topped chairman f
white tapers formed the College before joining the ed to advantage in highlighting with a Cymbidium orchid Th approved agreements |
background of the altar Navy. points of interest in the surrounded by small mums. Involve cropland which will
'centered by a sunburst arrangement Out-of-town !guests were party rooms. The lace( covered The!! maid of honor was be diverted from the pro-
of white gladioli Mr and Mrs. Wayne Brown refreshment table was centered Miss Glenda Jo Starling, duction of surplus crops and
and chrYIo'anthemums.Miss and daughter Lisa, and Miss with an arrangement of sister of the bride, who worea placed 11const'rvlng uses. '

Dee Walters, organ- Paulette Nobles of Lake City, pink and blue hydrangeas. The floor length gown of yellow The agreements)! are effectivefor : F -
ist, accompanied Miss Mar- and Arnold Terry of Fort punch bowl at one end of the crepe fashioned on Em- periods of from five to ,j t lt a ai

.Ian Green, soloist, who sang Whl e. table also! was encircled with pire lines. ten years. __ tt
'1 Love You Truly" and I hydrangea blossoms. Bridesmaids were Miss! The surplus crop being diverted : + 5 1Kb

"The Wedding Prayer." How To Prepare Mrs. Wiggins was' assisted, Cheryl Cubbedge of Lawtey, from production under -
Mr. Nobles served his son in serving by Mrs.\ E. J. Lan- Miss Patricia Handly of Orlando the CAP agreements Is
as best man. Roaches'D.Day um, Mrs. Ervin Andrews, and Miss Deborah flue-cured tobacco. Partici-
Mrs. S. R. Johns III attended Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, and Fossick of Miami. They wore pating farmers will earn adjustment -
The sight of a dark brown
her sister as matronof Mrs R. R. Andrews.The gowns Identical to that of payments designed:
cockroach
scurrying across
honor, wearing a pale your kitchen floor at night Is honoree was presentedwith the maid of honor, and car- to partially offset the loss of
aqua street length dress the tea pot from her ried Identical nosegays of Income from the diverted
not only embarrassing, but a
featuring a bateau neckline, hazard to health as well. After chosen china pattern from her daisies. crops Each farm's adjust You'll rook great r '
and a flat bow at the center endless I hoate.sH as a memento of the Bobby Patrick served his ment payment Is related to
swatting, many I i
front hipllne. Her headpiece frustrated homeowners wonder occasion. brother as best man, and the value of crops previously | in new i t

was matching colored leaves just what will halt a mo...- Fifty guests called betweenthe ushers were Danny Starling, grown end the productivityon
with pearls and a short veil. save roach invasion. hours 10.30: to 11:30: am. brother of the bride. Johnny the acreages put Into the

She carried a colonial nose- James Brogclon, entomologist Tye and Tex Patrick. CAP program. .farex'a$ ; r
gay of yellow sweetheart with the Florida Agricultural Garden Club Sets The bride's mother wore Annual adlustment payments Yi :

roses Extension Service has lavender Moygacbel linen to be earnel by the PLAIN WEAVE j
The bride' given In mar- the answer. "Roaches may bo Planning SessionThe with matching accessories/ farms partllcpatlng in the]

riage by her father, wore a quick enough to evade the Starke and a corsage of lavender county total approximately i ,1 l
white peau de sole, short, bottom of a well-aimed shoe will Garden Club chrysanthemums.Mrs. 2217. These farms will also I
empire style gown, featuringa he says, "but they are not for hold next a planning meeting Patrick chose for her earn cost-share payments estimated FARAH PRESSEDBLACK
year's
lace bodice, bateau neck- immune to the proper insecti the !home of the activities at son's wedding a gown of '! at $100 to help put I
line, short sieves, and white clde." Mrs. president, blue eyelet embroidery with the diverted acres Into approved I
A.
Russell
satin ribbon below the bust- Brogdon points out that the Norman on matching accessories and a conservation meas
line. She wore a white pill- correct amount of Insecticide 7:30 Monday: o'clock.night, July 18, at corsage of white chrysanthemums ures.

box hat, with short veil can control the four species of Morgan stated that no 1 r
All .
.
members IK. OLIVE';
edged in lace with Illusion roachesAustralian, Amerl members: prospective The reception was held In I more requests for agreements I
over-veil. She carried a can, German, and brown/- to attend. and (guests are Invited the recreation room of the can be accepted under theSemiAnnual I NAVY LT. BLUECHARCOAL .;
white' pompom nosegay: cen- banded-commonly found In
tered with a phylonopsls or- Florida. I I'' .1 IVY IIEIll:1 '
To kill these unwanted pests I f ,
chid.Mr, Darby chose for her Brogdon! recommend. using a 7 LT. BLUE.
daughter's wedding a pink general spray) containing 2 to
voile dress with embroidered 3 per cent chlordane or '<. SIZES;

white flowers, square neckline per cent DleJdrin.
chart: sleeves and whit Effective control of the two INFANT BOYS 2-7 $1
velvet bow at the waist. This larger species American; BOYS SLIM AND IlECi.'; 812HUSKIES $ l-$3 mi1D]

was complimented with a and Australian requires a 26-36 fi.50)

corsage of cream colored spray containing 3 per (lent PREPS 25-32 fi-$7 I
I roses. Malathion, or 'I. per cent Lin- MENS 28-12 $7-$8 IJ I

Mr!?. Nobles. mother of the dana or Diazlnon. The ento- EXECUTIVE 31-'"11 $S-$9!) -Jlach '
groom was attired in a blue mologist says ilathlon: or I

Jersev dress with round Dlazinon will also kill the with,, FaraPresa.NEVER ...
neckline and short sleeves brown-branded roaches but MADETOMEASUREDRAPERIES
With this she wore a corsage neither chemical remains potent NEEDIRONING
of pink: roses.Following as long as chlordane or Florsheim Shoesreduced J:.

the wedding:: a Dleldrln.
dinner was held at the Garden Although the smaller Ger- WITH CUSTOM DETAILS .. ..,
Restaurant! for members man roach or waterbug has
of the 1mm& ate families. become resistant to certain

,The 1-shaped table held an Insecticides there are chemicals 184 Fabrics
arrangement of white gladioli available that can control
pompoms and yellow sweet- it !If applied properly.

heart loses at the head table. Brogdon suggests a 2 per t BOYS SPOUTSHIRTS
This was; flanked bv sliver rent Malathion, 2 per cant f' and Colors
ronnel (Korlan), or ', -- .
cand! holders with yellow .s pet a = -
tapers. The two-tiered. bride'scake cent solutions to eradicate i r _
SOLIDS -- --
this
centered the bride's resistant species. ifftj PRINTS, 1111511W
These cnemical sprays are t1 FIBERGLAS 3a Styles! Galore; Choose from traditional

not ineffective unless ap.,llcJ : -- tapered button down henleys', plaids solids -

Alderman Family correctly. Spray In areas I i DACRON, ORLONS, oxfords: and paisleys. .

Plans Reunion where roaches run and hide, ANTIQUE SATINS,

Marvis Roberts of Gaines- such stoves as, refrigerators under sinks, or and behind baseboards '" BOUCLES, ETC. I 3 For $5.88

ville, president of the South- $ 91110 Ke 2.99 '!
.r.
Branch of the Alderman
ern For more detailed information Lined.or Unlined :
family, announces that the on this subject ask your 16
organization will hold its 15th
county agricultural agent for BOYS'WESTERN
annual reunion at Camp Montgomery -
circular 138-A, "Goodbye, Mr. .
on Crystal Lake, on Roach." JEANS
Sunday, July 17. _
Activities will begin at 10Om. Values to $25.95.: Selected -
., and a covered dish lun- THE RIGHT POINT for the Florihelm styles reduced for Quality Western Jeans in heavy weight 13

cheon will follow ,the business way you write. Come in andwlert BRING YOURWINDOW a limited tone. Good selection 3-4 ounce denim or super twill !slims! -regulars

esslon. your favorite E TF.R- but not all fixes In all .. -Huskies in blue, wheat and black.
Highlight of the reunion BROOK fountain pen. TELE- I I MEASUREMENTSJust 20% OFF styles! Nothing chanced but
will be an inspirational ad- GRAPH.
make two measurements from of rod to the price!
: top
dress by Marcus Wattera of For
$
desired 'length; from one end of rod to the other ---- 3l' $5188Heg.
Apopka. Plastic Notebook $:Z.SO: at the for width. =: -
All persons belonging to the I TELEGRAPH. 2.991
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FOUB RR.\DfjlfmD IXUNTY TxicariArii. STAIHUO' ), FLOIUIJA TIItntsnAV JULY II. HUM
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Mr and Mrs John Simp- I MI'8. J. W. Kira aid suffered '
son are touring Europe. They a broken wrist last Saturday wl stem but loving father help inson Crusoe, Ben Hur, read PrlUp Wylie's, "The
will tour 11 countries and when she tripped overa ed shape his future and pro Twenty Thousand Leagues Making of a Man" in the

expect to be gone 3 weeks. fan cord on the floor at vided him with a backgroundof Under the Sea, Gulliver's current issue of Reader's DIgest -

Pvt. Richard M. Nipper is home. She was confined In I 4c j knowledge and human Travels, Swiss Family RobInson .

in VIet' Nam. He took train- Riverside Hospital from Sat- understanding that enabled Flopping as the occas-

ing in Ft. Gordon, Oa. and urdav to Wednesday him to reach manhood well ion required to explain the $'r.tTEF KI.OHIDV)
GLADYS MOOTY transferred to Ft. Leonard Mr. and Mrs Tyler Jones I xi prepared to meets its obligations meaning of the text in language )14"O..IVI'

Phone 964-0651 Wood Mo where he was and grandson, Lex Green Jr.. I and problems. the youngseter could ': MKC'KBTAHV OFs'r'I'.a

trained as clerk-typist. He is of Gainesville visited Mr 0 HU: father's code for understand KNOW YE that I, TOM

I In lit Hq Log. Command.He and Mrs. Charles Godfrey : : bringing' up a boy was demanding At the same tender age. AIJAMM.: Secretary of Slate! of

Mrs Rose Lee attended the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert is the son of Mr. and and family in Washington i{ ors He firmly believed young Wylie was Introducedto by tit* vivo Btato' of notice Florida that, do Speclnl here-. I

graduation of her son, Jimmy Thomas and daughter Kath- Mrs. C. Kipper of Starke and.
Lee. from six months: leen, were visiting M Sgt. and is married to the former i and Mrs. W. M. Law- Imperative to the making of the aid or foreign post cards, In Bradford County on Tuei

boot training at Fort Jackson Mrs. Mellis Smith and fam- :Shirley:; Ann Tetstone.Dr. son and Mrs Eunice Castle- a man. He demanded that a the lad became familiar with day, August second 2 special and, If primary neceaa-
wry a
S. C. Thursday ily in Ocala on Sunday. and Mrs. Calvin J. berrv of Auburndale spent I boy should be honest and the Eiffel Tower. Big Ben, election on Tuesday, August
Mr and Mrs. Milton Hart- Mls. Martha Dennis was Houpt attended the annual the weekend, with the Law- trustworthy, self-reliant and The Leaning Tower of Plza, 10.
zell of Orlando were visitingher American: of Oste- son families. the The .bpeclal Primary Elections
In Colvmbus, an. last week Academy I I.t courageous. Vatican, works of art being held tor the
parents, Dr. and Mrs F visiting her brotherinlawand opatMs Surgeons meetingand Mrs. G. E. McOauley. 0 Long before the late and similar subjects. The purpona are of electing nominee.

E Bellinger, on Sunday.Mr sister. Mr. and Mrs. Au- teaching seminar In Detroit Mrs. H. E. Smith of Franklin! r D. Roosevelt admonished story behind each of these or recognized: political parties
and Mrs. DR'ldBl'ownJ Mich. 4-11. Dr. ton H spending the to become candi' dy Hlnson Jr. July WIllis-I I II us that "We had scenes were carefully and Oenerul, Election on Novembu
:',;r and children and Mrs H. B. Merow Houpt is a past president of part of the week 4.t Ij I nothlnx to fear but fear It- I painstakingly explained until 8, lees tor the office of Judge
Mr and Mrs. Morris Carter Mrs. Eugene Edwards:! underwent American Academy and Mrs daughter, Mrs. Marc v j self" the senior Wylie taughtthis : they were clearly and of the District Court of Appeal -
and son visited Marlneland surgery Monday In Houpt is past president:! of son lesson fully understood. Firm Appellate Dlalrl<-t.liE.J. .
to
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on Snncia.vMr St. Luke's Hospital.Mr the Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Lawson j the boy was only his four son when I Fallu.-e or modern day ( Ulvi-n) under my hand anilthe

< Robert Green returnee and Mrs\ Bill] ChampIon Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Un- have had as visitors, Mrs. years I parents to accept the responsibility Oreat Seal of the State of
SiiiMlny after surgery la't and Mr and Mrs. James derh'll'! of St. Petersburg were Bill Morar and children of old.It of in Florida, at Tallahassee, theCapital
parenthood
ul
occurred during this the Flint Wednesday In St. Vincent's visiting Mrs Johns last Panama City this Mr. 1 a severe
Ruby week
Champion! of Kings Mount- thunder the; upbringing and trainingof July A. D., 1066.
Hospital ain, N. C. were last Friday week and Mrs. Joe Jordan and Mr. And Mrs. Gillispie Observe storm. Young Wylie their offsprings is largely Tom Adams

Mrs W. H. Edwards: Sr visitor of Mr. and Mrs. R Sgt. 1 C and:! Mrs. Don family of Lake City on Tuesday 50th Wedding Anniversary At Ft. MeadeMr. fear was terrorized.at each He cringed In responsible for the grief and Seoietary Of in State at '1/?2
visited her sister and Mr. and thunder clap
Mrs. C. Y A. Colscn Hardenbiook and sons left Mrs. W. M. unhappiness they are called

Mayo In Tampa the first of Joyce Denmark, Sandra Monday for the Army Depotin Morar Sr. of Panama City and Mrs. Sam Gillispie, ,I Carr Colley of Starke, Dray lightening and tried to hide from the upon to experience in later A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
flashes.
the week. Register, and Karen Patz, New Cumberland, Pa. overnight today,. Thursday.Pvt. Sr. celebrated their 50th wedding I ton. Colley of Washington. D. With! years. Every parent should 0 brings results.
Mr and Mrs. C. L. Cooper; !! who spent last week at the after three weeks' visit with :Douglas Seymour of anniversary on Sunday. C., and Mrs. Lois Blackburn patience and understanding -

have returned from a two Crescendo Twirling Camp at her mother, Mrs Nelson Fort Knox. Ky. was home June 12, with open house at of the Philippines. \ his father talked to

weeks trip: to Slayton, Minn. Lebanon Junction, Ky.. took Green and family. for the weekend. their home near Fort :Meade, Mr. and Mrs. Gllllspde] have him calmly of the wondrous

where they visited their son second:! place in the Corps Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wil- AE'2' and Mrs. Jack Miles from 2 to <6<>> p.m. )lived at Fort Meade for 50 works{ of Nature, the cause Easy To Own
and family SSgt. and Mrs. Twirling! competition. There liams Jr. and daughters of of Key West and Mr. and Mrs Gillispie la the former years, where Mr. Gillispie Is Ofi storms and man's ultimate 0

Robert L. Cooper. were 18 states represented at New York City N. Y. spent Mrs. Frank Parrish and chil- Mable Coiley. daughter of the engaged in farming.: They dependence' on them. He I

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- the camp and the Starke Wednesday to Sunday with dren of Miami are spendinga late Mr. and 1\11\ ,..,. W. A. Col- have nine children, 18 grand- point?d out their splendorand ,I LONGCHAMP HOMES

ham Mrs. Ada Barber, and girls were the only ones Mr. And Mrs. Williams Sr. week! with their parents, ley, long-time residents of children, and one great-grand- took him outdoors tot I
Misses Bonnie and Jamie from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Mr. end Mrs. Roy Clemons. Starke. She is! the sister of 0 child. watch the display. I

Grlffls spent the Fourth Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Grad- I and Mrs. Wlllard Pass and The family surprised Mrs Little by little his father's I Custom Built

holiday:! at St. Augustine dick and N. N. Stringfellowof son Randy were visiting Mr. Clemons with a birthday calmness and courage removed -

Beach Dotlian( Ala. were visitors and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly In supper last Thursday night the panic and fear

Pit J. C. Dukes of Fort Wednesday of last week" of Lakeland from Thursday to Miss Madge Middleton is Record School his son had at first experienced Your Plans Or Ours (.
Jackson, and he recalls that he
S. C. visiting
is home for and! Satu"day.Mr. Mrs. MargueriteCorn I
Mr Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Ours
Your Lot Or
two weeks before reporting at I and Mrs. J. L.. Gentry in Lakeland this week watched in calm fascinationthe I !
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Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Fort Knox, Ky. Bag visited Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Mr and Mrs. G. C. Norman forked lightening as it'
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Woods well were vacationing last Beall)) in Macon, Ga. over the of Tallahassee)) Mr. and lit up the dark sky and I HOME IMPROVEMENTS
of live Oak spent the week- week in Nashville. Tenn. and weekend. Mrs. D. N. Denmark: Sr.. and Budget Approved thrilled at the rolls of I ALTERATIONS
the REMODELING -
Smoky Mountains. They
: end with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Baykln Mr. and''' Mrs. D. E. Denmark thunder his fears entirely
brought their son, Pvt. Don-
Woods.Mr. and son; of Camden S. C. are and daughter of Jacksonville)) dissipated.But I
ald BJ.i and Mrs. H. V Mooty visiting Mr. and Mrs J. L. were Sunday guests or Mr. 3-BEDROOM HOMES
: of Miami were visiting Mr. Jackson. S. C. for 14 days Gentry this week. and Mrs. A. Russell)) Normanon facility It was decided that TOO LATE a man were only part of
leave
of absence after whichhe
and Mrs Harry Mooty over Mr. and Mrs. Wallaca Mr. Norman's birthday the father's code. He considered -
will/!) to Md. the bida were not high con- SALE NOW
go Aberdeen FOR
the wtekend.: Ward of Gainesville Ga. anniversary. sidering ,the addition of two TO CLASSIFYParents politeness and courtesy
OrleYfgglns Is in Bonifay Elder Richard Clinger will were Saturday to Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. public rest room alon.; with consideration of
present a piano concert at of young children others equally important and Small Down PaymentIN
: this week on business. visitors of Mr and Mrs. W. Taylor and family were in The Board had
estimated the
the Starke ElementarySchool F. Glenn. Montgomery Ala. as well as oldsters who enjoy young Wylle learned that it
from
Elder Richard Friday -, bids
dinner will\ at around with-
present a piano concert at :; Cafetorium Saturday. Mr.: Bessie Faxon and I to Tuesday visiting rela 0 out the rest rooms.$83,000 The lowest recalling youthful family experiences was as much a crime to remain PINE REEZE SUBDIVISION AND

the Starke, Elementary July 16, 8 p m. Admissionfree. Mrs. R M. Blackwelder of tives.Mr. I was a $97,000 offer by and the values In unseated when a female EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION

School Cafetorium Saturday Gainesville were Monday and Mrs. J. R. Taylor Trlcst Construction Co of life their parents made every entered' the room, as to I
:
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July 1C.: 8 p. m. Admissionfree. Mr and Mrs. B. O Epps: overnight guests of Mrs. spent the weekend with Keystone.At effort to Impress on them cringe! from the storm. Contact
and family are visiting their i VerRle Flynn. Mrs. Flynn al- relatives In Waycross Oa. I will enjoy reading a delightful While some modern day'''

Mrs Merrill patents Mr. and Mrs. Watkins so hid as Monday night supper Tate Powell Sr of Mac- Rodney Supt.Hall Casey'a moved suggestion to article by Philip Wylie in educators will tell you that''' BUFORD MITCHELLOffice

son, Ricky, are In Edwards Tampa and fora and Mr. and Mrs. Eppsin ,0 guests Mr. and Mrs. E. clenny has been admitted to sider his motion to reject recon-the the December Reader's DI- the mind of a five year old I Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238

week visiting her mother. Jonesboro: Ark. A Edwards of Mount Dora. the Starke Nursing Home. bids and to accept the low gest entitled! "The Making of child Is Incapable of grasping 140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.
I Mrs. Nelson Green, Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ri- bid. Art Holllday gave the a Man." such subjects as geogra-

and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook. cupero of Indiana, Pa. and !. phy, history and other sub-
second as he had done on the Wylii, a famous author, Members Are
and Miss Beth Wimberlywere Mr. and Mrs. James Garofolo motion to reject. resident of jects, the senior Wylie entertained -I We Are Chamber of Commerce -
:Miami, recalls
: BADCOCK'S APPLIANCE SALE In Winter Haven and of DuBois, Pa. were last H. A Lawson, Ethan Sapp how the early training of a his young son by You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
Rob.
such works as
reading
Lakeland last Thursday visiting Wednesday and Thursday and Chairman Dan Starling: ,

20" ELECTRIC RANGE relatives. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- voted down the motion to reconsider -
Miss Frances Ford ,of Tallahassee ry Stefaneyi. (
.. APARTMENT SIZE however, saying it
.l spent the past ten Local
,,_ =_"';: IniiM.. .. Aluminum lick GuorW. admittances to Brad- would be unfair to the two
-- days with her aunt, Mrs. ford County Hospital this other
.- a' nd. tai bidders who expect to I -
:f;" $ Vernie Flynn. week include STATEMENTOF CONDITION =
e Own i 299S : James O re-bid on changed -
-.2. PC. Iraflor.. Miss Jane Anderson of Howell)) of Lake Butler; Mrs. tions. speCltlca-j

ii iIU Only $125 A w..k Virginia Beach. Va. is spend- I.iiler Carter" of Maxvllle; The Board is to
..-3" 20" Deluxe ing ten days with her aunt Mrs. Clndla L. Hodge and I
-,, the architect at a special
ELECTRIC RANGE ?14995 I Mrs. Alice Anderson. Mrs. Rachel Green of Brook- meeting to be set to go over First Federal Savings And Loan Association Of Starke

:. :'\ 30"of 3'" Deluxe$I TQ9S Charles Sanders of Lynch- er: Mrs. Agnes M. Fuquayand the speclflcaiona for the new

ELECTRIC RANGE burg. Va was visiting his Patsy Kirkland of Law- field house in preparation for
LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES brother-in-law and sister. fey: Elza Alfred Lamm of the new bidding, even thoughall 218 NORTH TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLORIDA 32091

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Keystone Heights; Mrs. Ma- five members were appar-

: GAS RANGE $119.95No over the weekend. rie Fox of Waldo: Mrs. Susie ently satisfied with thp, plans AFTER CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1966

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Bell Dve of Kingsley Lake; now.
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frances Hefferon, Mrs

N' .O.f5331C: 13 CU. FT. Harold Branham were visit Mildred L. Woods, Henry L.Houih Assets Liabilities and Net Worth
Fuss Jnlf11'. and Mrs. James Mrs. Louise E. Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned -

: No Bother 3?':: REFRIGERATOR Cooper and family In Chief- Strickland Arthur Strick- last Friday after Mortgage Loans _. ____ .. $1.858,820.78 Savings Accounts __ _______1893211.66
land on Sunday. C. J. Cooper land Jr. Alonzo Ooodge, and three visit with her son-in- Advances from Federal
Other Loans ___ 37,598.21
All
No Red Tape .97 lb,.....,bpKll R.p Plc. 189's 1 returned with them for several :Mis. Annie A. Sasser. all of law and daughter, Mr. and Home Loan Bank .. 100,000.00
Starke. Mrs. Cash hand and in Banks. __ 19:> ::191.71 ---------
19 4 '.'. days visit. C. M. Patrick. In West on ,
Sq.H.Shtll Arc Tado.'n' '20ad Mrs. Curtis Florida. Loans in process______________ 101309.21
We Anthony and The Patrick
Finance family
full Width Miss
\ and
CrilptrDiol r.a\m Miss Jean Mundy children of Jacksonville brought! Mrs Weldon home Fixed Assets Other Liabilities ____________ 10,980.23
Ruth Harris of Tallahassee))
Our OwnAccounts rQy Beach Less Depreciation 10,917.09 Specific Reserves _________ 616.91
Stl D lroitAdjultoblt $16995 left Saturday for three weeks are visiting Mr. and and remained for the week- ---- ---- nn

Cold Control only ,_ tour of the Scandinavian Mrs Fred Bennett this week. end. Also spending the week- Deferred Charges and General Reserves __ __ u_ 17723.69 1

SipyasdDohyStoaq. $10 DOWN.. countries. Mr. and Mrs Carl Sewell end with Mrs Weldon were Other Assets __ ________ 21,616.79 Surplus -- -___ __ 1532.88
: $].50 A W k and family were In Madison Mr. and Mrs. J R. Weldonof
Mrs. Charles Hardy and,
last Total Liabilities
Wednesday and Thurs Jacksonville.Mr. .

.. W. S. Badcock Furniture & Appliance Tuesday children visiting were her In mother Palatka, day visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Billy Ray Total Assets __ u __ 2127371.58 and Net Worth .___n____ $2,127,374.58
H. Fzndia.
Miller and baby son of
I Mr. and,' Mrs. R. L. Merri- Brunswick, Oa. are visiting

---- -I I man of Jacksonville were her parents Mr. and Mrs Opened For. Business July 24, 1964Accomplishments
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-
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Charles Schmitt, this week. Directors
p-T Nixon several days last week.
H
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers -
and family of Fort Lau- DOYLE CONNER '

+ derdale were guests last ASSETS HAVE INCREASED MORE THAN STEPHEN G. DENMARK l

week of Mr. and Mrs. R. O 100% SINCE DEC. 31, 1964. RUBY JOHNS
Paterson. The Patersons also

NOTICE had as Tuesday visitors, Mr. TOTAL MORTGAGE LOANS SEUVICEDEUGE I.. MATTHEWS t

and Mrs. Walter Brown and 227757309. IIASCOM F. MIZELL JR.
I family of Lake Worth.
TOTAL NUMBER OF SAVINGS ACCOUNTS C. A. ROBERTS
I Mrs Vernon Smucker and
.. I grandson. Bo Mathews, have OPENED-I039. JOHN A. TORODE

I returned from a. month's visit -
: with Mr. and ;Mrs. Ronnie lt SINCE DEC. 31. 1961 THE TOTAL NUMBEROF

Parson in Clarksville. Tenn. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS HAS DOUBLED.
i
CLOSE OUT SALE Mr. and Mrs. George Ben- OfficersTOTAL

nett of Mansfield La. and DIVIDENDS TO DATE PAID OUT
Chm. of Board _A. J. Thomas
Miss Patricia Bennett of TO SAVERS$107,803.33. Jr.
New Orleans were weekend President' _. _Bascom F. Mizell Jr.

i guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Vice l'residenLDoyle Conner

; Walt Hulick Chevrolet Inc. Hazen. Secretary __________ Ruby Johns
Robert Haller) of Lakelandwas Member Treasurer John A. Torode
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: Starke Florida the weekend of Col. and
Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Federal Home Loan Bank System
Savings? You're darn toot
Patty Manassa of Green Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
In'! Check
: I UNDERGOINGCHANGE Cove Springs was visiting State Jarm'alow' U. S. Savings & Loan League Staff
her grandmother Mrs. W. O.Stringfellow. Insurance rates-rates BO Florida
Savings & Loan League
) last week. low that many careful drivers HEAD TELLER-SECRETARY

: OF OWNERSHIP Mr. and Mrs. Bill Torod*, may save Important Savings & Loan Foundation LATRELLE M. HAMILTON
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce
of Jacksonville were visiting ,".Uan. And cheek State
TELLER
Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I Warm BOOKKEEPER
: E. Torode. over the weekend. service-so good that .k it I SHARON A. IIARRELL
ALL NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS Mr. and Mrs. Shi SmithJr. people Insure more cars

: IN STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY and children of New Orleans with us than with anyone :MAINTENANCE
] and Mrs. Gary E. tec. Call me todajUSMERRITT ( ]
SATURDAY, JULY 16TH. Hildebran and on of Day- I tJ

their tona parents Beach Mr.were and visiting Mrs. H.WILLIAMS 1fo i'rterly's; :: ::: :


Week Nights Open Till 7 P.M. I. Shi Smith Sr.. last week.

I II Mrs E. D. Tenly visited Anticipated Dividend Kate THOMAS & PIERCE
II I Miss Virginia Razor in St. 117 N. Walnut St. -2
= I Petersburg last week. Mr.
Phone 961-5391
ALL WARRANTIES WILL BE HONOREDBY I Tenly Joined them over the

BALDWIN CHEVROLET INC. YOUR I weekend.;; i

NEW CHEVROLET DEALER. Mr. and Mrs. David Coates lilt Does Make A Difference Where You Save"
tut nag
I I II and children fT.-!MUM HUTlMtAUTOWOIILI '
'I were in Fort
I SAVINGS IN BY THE a
INSURANCE 20TH
I I
Lauderdale over the weekend COM......... NOME Of net: A
where Mr. Coates attendedthe SIOOMIN&TON ILLINOIS ''N'U"'N' EARN FROM THE FIRST
-- I board of director meet. ff-UU _- .
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July 20-23 nig teams, Galnrxvllla nr'iial.i -
: \\lll vp| in the oK'iu'' : 1
''at 8 p.rn. next Wednesday. I In
SUuke; will play the winner o t '
Post 56 To Host I that game Thursday nigh t I 3 I

when, a win would put then +
Into the finals Saturday, i lithe +

District Tourney 'I' Losers ilouhle of he I elimination first two sum- J JI 1d v

I i ot will play Friday night tm I enr t n dbl.y .
I'I.
| the winner of that: pnnie wll!I ; \...:.l".i'r: .. .
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Starke's Post :Oft:> American nonfii.July. 20 through Hutiitilav also a,Ivan op to the llniln: r .;r. .. -
Legion bnaeball team will host < ; ; ', July 2.5, All game! begin! at 8 p,in. f*' "' ,Iff', ''.'''!i iI
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I the Fourth District Tournament Starke Is given a 'ROOM,I "" !
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The loo II Is drew I' b\, <' the
at Bradford Field Wed- that game and the two visit-, $ 1 ch.nce": : to win the tourney b; i I t i? yy.+.r J
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FORD COUNTRY OFFICIAL CLEARANCE I John Spengler (left) and Lamar Woods model their versions( of the Heatle-cut and the Fl.it-top. Hhowinz front !side and reirieva..


WHICH SHALL IT BE?

Are "way-out" mop topsoil they first started droopingover ;
We're out the way out? his ears!
busting A recent Associated Press! Butch or Beatle ? Lamar Woods service
survey showed that station attendant has hisflattop
I "long stringy hair for men reshaped by a tripto
la ,:'otng/ the way of all fads B"'iups like: the Beatles While some teen-a: neither! 'extieme" and 8h\; \,! with and wlndiiiK up on barber now The novelty has wool girls: still like the Beatle would settle for something Ax for the boys who year or ten days. "I started to(
the fear'slowest ship or bathroom flool's," orf," (:ut a majority of more In between. them: let It ,slow out once but
A teenager In Phoenix In view of the Beatle vs mature women prefer the "The Princeton cut Is ,John Spcnulcr.;: who has- found It was just too hot
Arizona summed It up by Butch controversy, The nei.tcr. "more ma euline": the tiling" one teen-ago n't been In bather chair and too hard to keep cleanon
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saying, "it s just too hot Telegraph conducted: Its short-cuts( girl remarked for six months, says hUB the job" he added.
And besides, "Theie are own poll: this week and !Most women and girls No one came out In fa- 'ntle bangs don't worry Mop-top or crop-top .
are too many singing ard found that: ]polled\ however. preferred l lVN vo" of the Yul Brynner hIm n'w. but did when lt'. all a matter of opinion

prices I

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I Coaches Edward and Edgar IY 'a'"., ielII' al 4)/.I:" X'111'1':1 l 'lllHllt'''I'1' K.-.ll..ii :1'rnx I 'IIHI||| Ii(I Olll .rly buundnry,,,, '"r the rlghl1r I ,'.1 I mid,,I bent Uldili. rurash.
toiler 1'\ t MI roil nit '''-I I Ill l -nr) 1.11) ., Miirlln" It...111<*' 22! "K.iMt: and ti 11'1 I \Vay "r II ouult. irrad..d. at tin,. I IZaHt: 1 d.'r'. r the llrndforit -
__ I Akildge The locals have traded l-OHIl ( n.. '\1"% Kl.OH III .11111 IIH| i\ ITo .Sin-ill:; :'Mi Pert In an I "road, and SIM.It.! ,,",,1 I 2nn. "i'"inn' \ 1-"urt, Ifoiiim. In
I wins with Gainesville and i\ ricom: 1.-I Ii. 'FIX 1-19:15: : 11.1 tin I "lilMui :.MurtliiHi.riniliinln. Flake. th..n...' lull KllHt: ; run IhrOrr. 11".'.1e1"Iy "lout 1 ,, Starke, Florida, dmlnic" tin Ir,
I have been batten once bv In nThe *.. I rest "I1IOIU' Of.. ltHH. t'l \\'.'MIboundary I'h.' !Molt.. hale bmudn, .. ly of gal liuiiiH" ..r nu,1.., lo-wlt
| Ocala The second with Untate. of 1 of HIM. right\ ..I'l 111.. Hr..I."I\,\ rou,1ly' graded. I TM el. |VI. .iMloilc :Niton;, on the t
game \.1..1-\\ IIIMtl.H" .
Ann I m.t 1'I I |111"1'11.d. ; WHY of State Itoail' :Unitthciuv /' I rand''' .x ILMlunro. ..r Sill t. I Ito jrith ilm.. of lult "I'HIilIHili'il
t Mutant Nu01Xp I Ocala was postponed Tuesday ............... \ i Ira IH. hereby" 1 1 guru" !thaitHirHiinnt run S"rll..I..I. Iv,. itlonir II 1 pant' 1n II" 1'4 "Illwr m Minkrirndfnril; / .
night here! when a power failure :\0.1... K: 'a n i nri: >,iroil. to anil In Htrlit. a'"- the* nalilV'. "Ht hounilnry Ir "o.hll',, y In ill at"I.II, : en"n,v. l-'loi-ldn 'thin I 1:1:! day of
I inrilini-i- \\llh the I firm' iltrrifof .
I knocked the lights out. All r r1 .IIIrr..r. HIP. Kntitt,: ".I l a dlntnntp of I llll I f i Ito I run" IIi. n. e !Ih'rh', and. .lulrun' :.
Ann I'IHU'rw'',.,..I,I ltix*<>ll, <.lm.. UMeil forei'loHtii rr Knteriil. .In 1Ii Isrnups point. of 'iK-iclniilnir' I'rmu' 1".11.1. \\\I'h' ..1". 11'..xlvrl l'I'nndm'y ('lr"1I1I .'..lIrt Mi-al >
Are hurler Emmett Akrldgewill the Ia.h ilnv of 'lulv.llilll 1
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I tiro 1"1'.10)l ) slit HI.1 nod, nquired : : the piiliit nf lifKrliinlnur Ihiif "I' Ili' ritclrt "fnnv I'Mlll.KS V PAIIHV
go for Starke in the to fib* any, <'lainin i.r d! '- ), I thi> .uaiU'rHlHrniMl. HH I'leek.| \, dearrlbrd. I > loiilliiiii' In ii Slt.h' .' h"ud. :11" I' dl.ICI ., ( lull, "f the I'lri'ult >"nriof .. ,
Thursday. : game He Is 2-0 this 1111 nuit. H'111"11 11n' '%' hilly lutv. .i iHfTHlllHt of. "uhl Curt' ulll, HI'11". 'tin. .f"Ill.Ing l Northeasterly" tlliiM'llon. iiI Ii i'"' ...r :21111' r"I'1 I I. II .,...Int. lluiiiri.nl. Count, l-'lur
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;; IN UNIQUE CASE I [i clshth teaspoon. pepper.) a

Lawtey Launches Probe Into SanitationAn :i hard-conked eggs( cut Into
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I eighths; 6 slices of toast 3
1 Circuit Court Will Be Asked To Decide slices bacon, cooked crumbled.

Investigation Into\ sanitation lowed by the council. | council's attention a house he someone had removed the city Charles Shuford from $25 '.o Cook carrots In water until

: conj tV>rw at a flve- .1 "It's a disgrace; It'" not I says 1 Is in danger of collapsingon recreation director's lock from I $:))0 per month on a motion by tender. Drain reserving one-

Who Gets The Money --- Hardy Or Crosby? \ dwelling cuLmlex In the town sanitary and will cause dl'l, its 'occupants.' Chairman> I the light switch at the ball I,I Councilman Paul Dinklna. third cup liquid. Combine cui-

was launched1 by the Lawtey sense," Dinklna told the board. Boater Bennett asked Clerk park. The council was concerned Authorized Marshall Jordanto lots. soup. reserved carrot

City Council Monday night at I i Mayor Shuford said he had ,! Reddish to ask the city's attorney that the light be used Investigate purchasing a liquid salt, and pepper in a

Starka ....ubo dealer Eldon amount or higher than the money. He says that Crosby the suggestion of CouncilmanPaul [ been notified of the matter Thomas and Pierce, only when the team practicesball quantity of stop signs. saucepan. Add eggs; blend

Hardy recently filed suit a. value set by the property made an honest effort to lnklns. several tin;,,. what legal\ steps can be takento since the city Is footingthe Witnessed the "swearing in" gently to avoU breaking up

ga.ust. Tax Assessor Gene 'owner the owner must let give clear title to the property Directly across the street I'm satisfied there are others evict the residents bill. of newly appointed Councilman

Long in the Small Claims him have the property at the but was UNABLE to do from the city hall the, three too. I suggest we call the "It's going 'to cave In and It was finally agreed thata Earlie Padgett who replaces eggs.Heat until mixture la bubbling -

Court of Bradford County Inn bid price. ''so because of its encroachment House trailers and two frame county sanitarian and let him kill' those people" Dinklns declared new lock would be put on Spurgeon Massey who resign. hot

attempt to collect $250 I If the property falls to sell, : on railroad right of dwellings use one outside say what has to be done" as he asked if the, the switch and keys given to ed. Serve over toast, garnished

Hardy oays la due him under however at the owner-fixed way and the law says that pump for water and have a the mayor suggested. house. could not be condemnedby Councilman Dinkins and Mar Approved ,the appointment with bacon. Serves! six.

provisions of Senate Bill 371. figure then the assessor must i the propel ty owner shall not common outside toilet, Din- "Make It as urgent as you the city. shall M. M. Jordan. It was de- of Marvin Rosier and Maxle

Before a hearing wa held lower his assessment to that 'forfeit the cash deposit [except kins said. Mayor Charleo Shu- can," Mayor Shuford told Clerk In: a lengthy discussion the held any ,three nights each Reddish to five year term on

oa the claim however. County amount for taxing purposes. for costs] when UNABLE ford backed Dinkins up and Ethel Reddish' when she was council sot procedures to be elded that practice could be the city Recreation. Board to NOTIf'M Of lNTFrjTIO'\ :: > To
;Judge T. A. Yawn. who also Crosby set the value of hia to deliver clear title. his suggestion that County Instructed ,to contact the sonrtartan. used ''to allow the city Softball week from 8 to 10 p.m. replace Mrs. Mary Cell Bennett lu.ca""It-u: "" : KKTiriltlHMK: :

served as judge of the Small warehouse property at $5.000 All efforts by Long to obtain Sanitarian' Jack Trawick be |, team to practice at night. Ac- In other action, the council' and Mrs. Dorothy Ben- the Notice la hereby l given that

Claim Court and who la and It was bid In by Hardyat a firm Interpretation of asked to investigate the situation -I Dinklna also brought to the cording to Councilman Dinklna Raised the salary of Mayor nett whose terms expired I prov 1"1011.undorHl.nHd of Chapter, under 20,953 the

Hardy's attorney decided to that figure. this provision of the law have and any others was fol- Law. ot Florida, Acts of 1841
tau. a. different tact In the And thereby hangs a tale. will register. with the Clerk of
been fruitless so far. That is
)lortg-pendin diaplvte.Oonaequently I I the Clri-ult Court In and for
Yawn will W len the time came why he is willing-nay eagerto I II department. Too often we accept decision not to move. By the staff are doing. llradrord County, Florida, up.
Crosby could not deliver: have the court settle the the benefits of so finea same token we feel that our Our sincere thanks on proof, of publication of lists
soon file an "Interpleader clear title to Hardy because, notlco the fictitious nnm of
e\*" In behalf of Tax ASSBSH- matter. SERVICE program never voicing our outstanding recreation depart- Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1'ha 'Jrten Back CompBnv fnotInc.
or Long. as an "Innocent of an encroachment of the "I just want to get rid of JIEN deep-felt appreciation for the ment would Influence many Blalock .>, Mr West Madison St.,

(Stakeholder," asking Circuit: property involved onto rail the money" Long says, "and ANP people who work, so hard to people's decision to move 13 Clarke. Fla.
road right of way. be sure the right man gets bring it about. Starke. (Cluud Crowaon 607 WeatMnillRun
Court for authority to pay a St. Sllnrke, Fla. iotaow
certain $5OO. held by Long. The Seaboard Air Line It.:' Recently we had occasionto We hope that everyone who CREAMED EGGS AND ncr
claims as its right of way 68 I I has children In Unieil thin 20th( day of June
Into the registry of the court June 30, 1966 consider moving to a community participating CARROTS
feet of Crosby's 100-foot lot A. fi Ifiif! nt Htarke, Bradford
until such time as the court an. Crosby's warehouse Dear Mr. Matthews: not much smaller this program and everyone One and one-half cups County, )'Iorld...
determines. who gets the money fl'L Pvt. Richard M. Nipper I than Starke. The fact that C'2 4t 7/M
: building extends two feet on- ; whose wife Shirley and par As parents of two boys, we they did not have sufficient\ Interested In our young peo- sliced1' carrots one-half cup I

The unique case was born to the railroad claim. 1 ents. Mr. and Mrs Calley would like to express our appreciation ple will continue to supportour water, 10V. ounce can of con

everal months ago when Ar- Senate Bill 371 providesthat I 1' : Nipper live In Starke. has for the fine work I recreation facilities for our recreation director and densed cream of celery souP. A CliiHHlfleil Ail In the TKI.E-

dell Crosby, objecting to the owner In falls event to deliver the property to 'the been assigned to the 1st Log- being done by our recreation boys greatly Influenced our the work: that he and his one-half teaspoon salt, one- on.'"'' brings result.

new "fair value"/ assessment! Istlc'Command! in Viet Nam. -
tax assessor a god and sufficient -
of, tO.SOO placed by Long on warranty, deed with- A clerk-typist In Head-
a Cro by-owned warehouse on quarters Detachment of the '
in the time prescribed then ; c
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N. Cherry Street put the the forfeit command Pvt. Nipper enter- .ttieP.ze! .
property owner
property up for sale under I at ed the Army in January of
the cash deposit put up
of Senate Bill 371.
provisions this year completed basic
the time of initiating the
This law provides ,that a action.In training at Fort Gordon. Oa.,
property owner, dissatisfied\ and was last assigned to Fort
with bis assessment can set Crosby's case the cash, Leonard Wood, Mo. He grad-
Ms own figure and put the depoflt was $500 and the uated from Bradford High
property up for sale at that law says that half of this' I School in 1964.
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price. If someone 'bids that amount is to be paid by the I -

assessor to the bidder In case :2(1( word or lemi one Insertion. Memorials Resolution, etc. IMxpluy Adi In Classified Section
clear title is not provided.
I Walter Sistrunk (minimum charge) ---------,----- 1.00 Per word __--__________-_______ .03 1)11.SO) Inc-h-flnt Insertion.
per
It the law stopped there. I It if not paid In advance __.....__ 1.23
WANTED would be clear enough. But Earns DoctorateIn Cards of Thanks: Up to 50 word.
j jI Keyed, coded or blind ads. '1.23 per Inch lifter first Inwrtlon.
as Is often the case the more Education I ____________
(minimum charge) __ 2.50
jI 1.25
the law goes Into detail the (minimum charge) ________ ___

Peeled or more ambiguous it becomes.In | Walter E. Sistrunk former I, Each: additional word over 20.___. .0) Over 00 words: per word_________ .05

Unpeeled Pine the same paragraph. Social Studies teacher at ,

PostsAll the statute goes on to say Bradfo/d High School. has Insurance Problems?P HASTINGS MATTRESS INSURANCE FOR SALE-Brick home oak BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

that the tax assessor shall completed all requirementsfor & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED RATES floors 3 bedrooms 11I! bath. BOOK before buying any

retain the remainder of the the Doctor of Education fall the Man From Palatka AUTO, FIRE, BOAT family\ room or dining area. : other encyclopedia. M. A.
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Sizes forfeited cash deposit [tin degree from the Universityof 4.P9Q II II I "KEYSTONE"George 710 Lemon! St. Repaired DOYLE E. CONNER Enclosed garage. Double lot Payne, your local representative
Furniture I
this case $2501 ; provided Florida. Gainesville.\ His : ,_ ; tl I E. LaRue & Rennished INSURANCE AGENCY!) 1028 Palm St. Tim Warren. since 1956. Box 626.

Phone Collect however, that the property doctoral dissertation dealt; Upholstered tfohg 969-2451. tfchg Phone 964-679.. tfcng
owner shall not forfeit th- I with "The Teaching of ; Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I
Consultant For All Your
for costs Innersprings SEVERAL OPENINGSin
EL 6-6453 cash deposit, except Americanism versus Com- HAVE
not otherwise paid where he iminL-m In Florida! Secondary Insurance NeedsRepresenting and Box Springs Maina Priest Kindergartenfor Myers Power ToolsArea

Coleman-Evans Is UNABLE [the emphasis Is Schools." Drop V* A Card or Call MARY QARTERPAINTS 1980-1967./ Make reservations Headquarters For
] to deliver merchantlble l 5IS Great American Inn. Co. Call 9648941.4t .
Wood Preserving Co. ours Dr. Sis-trunk Is presently .. PALATKA EA 5-9186 now. Lawnmonera Power Tools
title acceptable to the buyer. Director of Continuing Education ', I I'I The Travelers Ins. Co. MRS. PEGGY SMALLER chK 728 :McCullwh Chain Saw

P. 0. Box 3646 This Is the clause that has' at Brunswick JuniotCollese Tel. 473-469. Day 209 E. Adkins St. I Pump &: Water Systems.

Jacksonville: 6, Fla. made Long unable to determine -''I I in Brunswick Oa., 473-4325 Nttes Starke, Agent 511 N. Church Street Brlggs Si: Stratton Engine
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i what to do with the" and hat held that position Auto lire Home Bu.lnc.M Very nice two bed room frame ,, Rental Sales !Mrrvlc'

"I since last July. He has been Monthly Payment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line dwelling large lot abundanceof 230 N.K. 16th Ave
residential -
appointed to the faculty 01 I built to order. Machine work. ofPAINTS shrubbery Price exclusive$8.1I00DO. j U-uievlH 370-3411

the College of Education at ONE STOPMASONRY I Boat Motor and Pump repairs.Brown' area. tfchg.
:Mississippi State University'I I ANDSUPPLIES $1,000.00 down $6500 per I
Rt. 1,
Joseph E. Thornton 22. I Repair Shop.
small family
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SERVICE month. Ideal for
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home State College Mississippi aPIofes.40r !I
:: son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I Box 363 Starke (Klngsley I Ii \ or retired couple. A. J. FOR RENT, SALE OR TRADE i
of Elementary and Ready Mix all size Con- Lake. tfchs -- 2 bedroom furnished I or un-
Thornton of Raiford was : i 964-
Thomas Realtor. Tel. 1
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STARKE-PHONE 964-2600 Secondary Education beginning I commissioned an Army 2nd crete Block; ail type Sand I For All_Purposes 5701. furnished house. Fenced yard. V
in September 1. FOUR ROOMS and bath I
KEYSTONE IIEIGHTSPJlONE1733176 lieutenant upon graduation Precast Lintels. Every thinI'neC'ett"RI'Y I Completely renovated InulJ' .
He und his family will for concrete furnished apt. for rent. Call HURRICANE SEASON and Will take
from Officer Candidate School' masonry No. 381Reduced out. 10 wide
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make their home at 403 at Fort Eustls Va. construction.Ve 969-1185.)) tfchg I SPECIAl. Attractive 2 bed- I trailer as down payment or
Rental Chestnut Street. Starkvllle, / will meet prices on .
Services any
During the 23-week room home situated on 4 acre reasonable down payment. See
Rural
course WANTED
acreage.
Miss.A all materials. within Bradford 3-4" x 60 Yards
Lt. Thornton was trained In 0/004 location for homes. tract. 2 acres tillable and 2 owner at 607 Westmoreland
I County ANI) STILL
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS supervising the transportation -, MAINTAIN QUALITY. Bufoid Mitchell) P. O. Box Masking Tape acres pines. Fenced storage until Saturday, July 16.

CRUTCHES of military\ personnel and 238. Ph 989-3281. tfchg building. Reduced to $7000 2tp 7/14
Classified Ad In the TELE- equipment by rail water. BRADFORDENGINEERING Reg. 98c for quick sale.

,I ORAPI1 bring results I land and air. He also received CO. FURNISHED APARTMENTS No. 424KIngsly

extensive instruction in Ph. 964-2521 Starke -light, & water. Bulllng- NOW 65CFOR Lake lake front FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom

I I transporting combat troops .,ton 964-7271. tfchg I summer home 4 rooms, bath. I houses Also furnished and Unfurnished

and supplies over Jungle ter FOR SALE: Property on FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished large enclose:: screen porch. apartments and du
rain. Bath and boat houses, private plex. 524 N. Cherry. tfchg
S. R. 100 South suitable for house in Hampton.Ph. SALE or trade 3 bedroom
I Lt. Thornton graduatedfrom home or business. Cash. Call family dock. Call for( terms and
Waldo 468-1C>48 tfell8 CB house. Large room
Union County High H. Johnson, 984-7431. closed garage double lot. Most price.STROUT __ SALLY-- Pleas don't throw
Ford FOR SALE- Registered An. REALTY the engagement ring -
A. away
School and entered the Army 4tp 7114| desirable location. HI.
In 1961. gus bull. papers furnished. D. Payne. 204< S. Glenn St. Phone 2117 N. Temple Ave. ain't paid for. I'll be over to

I BRAKES RELINED- RIvHed A. Griffls, Ph. 782-3534 Law- 964-2701 until 4:30: p. m. 964- [CU. S. 301)] see you every night from now
or bonded brake lining shoes Phone 969-3491, Starke wheels
tey. 2tp 7/14 6792 after 5 and on weekends. on-honest. Got the car
ground to fit perfectly, no I aligned on the John Bean Vial -
breaking-In. We use John CONFIDENTIAlCure your tfchg ZIg Zag Sewing Machine l uallner at FIRESTONE.

Bean-Barrett precision brake car of excessive tire wear! UNCLAIMED LAY-AWAYS I I

12Vides\ equipment to provide expert Balance your tire wear budget LAND CLEARINO blade We have two 1965 Sewing Machines ,I NEW CHEVROLET Pickup:

Country service. Call us or come In fora with our painless wheel balance work, 12.50 per hour Purchase both Dlal-O-Matlc Zly $200 down, $63 month, 1965

Custom Made checkup. FIRESTONE.ALL treatment. Our Specialist will Lightwood Stumpe. M. Zags that have never been us- Che.velle$3DO equity, 63.50

For Florida Living TYPES car: Interior and prescribe. the proper remedy L. Turner. Call 782-3615. If ed. They were lay-away, never month. Homellght saw $100.
furniture upholstery. Mac'i Come in for a Free checkup. no answer, call 964-5162. picked up; customers left I I 310 N. Church lIp
Get More I FIRESTONE.FOR tfchg area. We are unable to locate
YOU I Trim & Upholstery Shop 21. them. i I WANTED TO RENT-3 bedroom -
You can have these
For Your $ $ E. Washing. next to Law- SALE: 1208 Johns Drive i ma- I house close to Starke
Clearance chines for the balance of $17 |
\ son's Market Ph. 964-9045 3 bedroom, 2 bath; CBS hardwood KINOSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor < with place for 2 horses. Leave
each. Cash
No Salaried Commissioned or terms. Call ,
or '
7114 floors. Corner lot. Tele.-
2tp ale. Write or call V. Q Credit : Information at Telegraph of-
II Manager COLLECT.
EmployeesDAD FOR RENT----one bedroom phone after 9 p.m. 964-9285.2tp 7/21 McCoy, Jr., P. O. Drawer Gaines 1148or Jacksonville 353-1946: any flce. Itchg
phone 376-7290
& BRAD LARSEN trailers and 1-two bedrooir. I time. Will\ deliver. No obliga- FOR SALK-IIOCSE &: FCR-
tfchg
LIKE TO WORK trailer. Also space with patios MARRIED COUPLES WANT villa Fla. I tlon. 2trhg 714 NITUKK.: INCOME: PROPKKTY : -

Phone 969-3291 Westmoreland' ED for Cottage Parent work. I. I 210 N. CHERRY LOW

YOU Benefit! Trailer Paik. tfohg: Will also take single persons. HAVE 12 LOTS In Hampton HOUSE for sale on Went )OWN PAYMENT.: B A LANCE
Ti-- :Minimum education 10th grade. Pratt St.. corner lot 70x100. I LIKE RENT. Ph. U4-
for sale.
Fla.
WANTED: Good for : 21-54.: State Retlreme.nt.Social Park, Starke.
Age
typist Will\ trade for house in country -! 7271. tf -hg
All Sizes Display three, 2 If interested write: Mrs. I|
on or months work at Keystone Security, weeks paid or sell on terms. Inquireat
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vacation nick leave bene ox. FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom
ts.
810.12 Wides Heights. Reply: Box A Old Trading Post 2'.i miles -
I'/j' Baths Starke. Fla. 2tp 'Ill Shifts run from 8:30: am. to 06770. 3tp 714; on 301 north or phone 961- I house. Couple only..\ 736*
2:30 pm.; 2:30: p.m. to 10:30: I. I N. Walnut St. Call 969-2594:
I and 8054. Leonard Griffis. 7/14
Expandables 2tp
I'I' FOR SALE!: -- Registered( p.m. and 10:30 p.m. to 6:30: I or 9640201. lip

Yearling bull. Phone 969-3434. ajn. In general married coup- FOR SALE STAR-LITE MO. FOR SALE -- 4 bedroom;; ?r ,
TEL. 12 units well furnished. I FOR SALE: Sofa 3-pc. Bed-
New and Used8Yr. Itchg lea work on same shift. Please baths. 417 N. Walnut St. Lot110'x396' I
: Ford Gal- SOO room set metal twin 'bed
i contact Personnel Office, Sun- Office and living quarters in met-
3-Doof rl.r.tup COME OUT TO THE OLD center. Located 3-4 miles north I peach pecan, figs al double bed metal china kit'
financing: availableUse land Training Center, Gainesville. I and blue berries. Terms. For chen
I Trading Post and browse a- 4tchg 8/4 or Starke on 10 acres land cabinet, treadle sewing I
round. You will appointment to see call machine. Call
find bargainsyou (less Highway right of way) 984-1 964-2323. Itchg
Our Rental-Pur can't afford i 2471. 2tchg
to miss In FOR RENT Furnished air 345
with
foot frontage on U.
P pWl V. chase Plan-Payments general run of furniture. electric I cond. 2 bedroom cottage on. S. 301. Priced to sell. Reason JOBS OPEN I

Under $50 Per Month appliances, sinks, watel Crystal Lake. For reservations able terms to FOR SALE- Baby crib and
responsible
pumps wash pots tools, radios call L. K. Whitehead 969- pur mattress Practically new. Never 11011....."lie Interested. < In part.
chased. C. S.
refrigerators, hubcaps 3678. 3tchg 7/28 Brooking-own used. Ph. 782-3538: Lawte. time work. :3 hour day, 9

: Now! The year's savingest deals on s FORD NOWMobile boats, windows.also metal Just roofing about lumber any.. WANTED: Junior or senior er.Fla.P.Tel.O. Box 372-8400 100. Gainesville office or I 4tp: 8/4 No day Sat.w..ek.Il or !Sun! holiday work, otto Nowiling.

** thing you are looking for. We operator. full or part time. or 372-4143 Res. 4tchg 7/28
the DEALERS .
: Southland's FOR SALE -Electric Homer
sellingest cars
buy sell\ and, trade. 2% mile TOurs., Fri.. and Sat. Call Key-
Sa ; Great selection of Fords Falcons Home Site north of Starke on 301. Leonard tone Heights Beauty Shop FOR SALE 8 screen doors i I Guitar. Good condition., $100. Retired man :Maintenance
and Ruby GrlfHs 2tp 7/21 473-4863.: 2tchg 7121 6 ft. x 8 inches. x 32 inches I Phone 96"6601Ext 628 or work, living quarters. furnished -

: : Fairfanes and Mustangs. Hurry! AVAILABLE S4.00 ea. including hardware. I 964-6694. 2tchg 7/21 plus notary.
WANTED TO RENT School! ALL TYPES of lawn mowers Small electric range $10.00
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Full Lake Privileges teacher and family desire and saws, machine sharpened. phone 9645801. 2tchg!! 7/21 BRADFORD ROPING CLUB: Need lady to the In. No
Homestead Exempt- nice 3 or 4 bedroom unfurnIshed Calvin Johns, 332 N. Water, I Fish Fry--Adults $1.00, Children children. Light work and

: : You're ahead all the way at your Ford Dealer's G : Financing I home by August. Write Ph. 9641441. tfchg CLEANINGEST carpet clean I 31. Calf 50c, Roping 1 p.m., Sunday Barrel, Rac July *','0We w..k.

I "S" care Bradford County Tel er you ever used. So easy, too. and other timed, events. still hate openings for

CU Lake Geneva egraph Drawer "A" Starke. HORSE FOR SALE-Double Get Blue Lustre. Rent electric ling 18. East, Hampton, Fla. {'urbrl.\ .. and \\aUre8_.
S Terwillegar Motors : 2-tp 7/21 registered Palomino and. quarter |' shampooer $1. Starke Hard- I No fee
charged unless
\ve
horse. IS months old. Stal- ware. Itehg FOR RE."IT2 bedroom un-
: : Trailer Sales LABORERS WANTED -Permanent lion. Phone 964-6601 Ext. unfurnlshed house. Call afterS find you a job.
: position. All ,
a company 628 or 9646694. Ztchg 7/21 I : p.m. 964-7403 or 1224 Bes-
beneftU. Minimum startingrate JIM WALTER CORPORA- CenhaIEmployment:
I! Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties I On Route 100, On* Mile- !SB! 1.33: to 11.40 dependingon ALUMINUM Travel Trailer TION has 3 nice homes in sent Road. Itp

: Keystone. Helfhts ability. Ages 18 to .:S. Apply 16 ft., 1966 license, full bed Starke' area for sale. Only $50 LOST 2 Red Dachshunds,

f; .: .. 206 W. Madison St. Phone 964-3381 I Open Sun. & Evenings I Southern Wood Preserving gas stove A tank, refrigerator, down and balance like rent..,' male and female. Willard SERVICE

, Co., Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to good tires, 400. Pb. 468-1221, For Information call 388-0161,,,'I Wynn, Ph. 964-0691. Reward. i 333-A

r.aS ,'" S 1 4:30: p.m. -tob T 116 W .lo>>. __ ltp Jacksonville, Fla. itchf '7-l; Itp N. Temple 969-3741

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STARKE. FLORIIVV THURSDAY, JULY II, IDrtrt t I

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>? HO L.O ONTO ;YOOR ,, t High Praise For HighDear


WELCOME CIVITANS! HAT'w RE ,GO. N C7OYES. -

Gene: now." Who put up this money why I
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THE 17AiLRQA ;
n> ; Just before the First Primary The motorcade to the University was It put up and do the
Starke will have the distinction of its influence for good felt throughoutthe ,. ; R'O5SIN& STARKE.n"F in May I was convin- and Into the auditor- donors expect to get all or t

being host this weekend to the North community with its most out- 1N ced by my family to support ium where this stripling of a any part of It back-and If

Florida Area I Council meeting of Civ- standing accomplishment being spon- Robert King High for Gov boy, now matured Into manhood so-how T

itan International.Some l. sorship of the Strawberry Queen Beau- ernor. Not because I thought with his red hair I am told this Republican

ty Pagent and Talent Contest at the present administrationwas combed back his white cuffs, nominee for Governor Is
150 to 200 delegates of 24 y4sy9j failure because I and large cuff links
the Bradford (County Fair and Straw- V a or I was on spending;\ a few hours now
North Florida Clubs will converge on was dissatisfied with the the stage. He Introduced and then in the various state
berry Festival each This
the city Friday for a two-day roundof spring. Governor but because one; Scott Kelly and Sen. Ed institutions trying to bring
activities which will give Starke project involves a tremendous amountof member of my family kept Price of Bradenton representing himself up to date on the

and its citizens an opportunity to dem- time and effort and Civitans are reminding me that High wasa the highest hopes state government and its
to be commended for their labors that leader In his church and and ambitions: of the political various operations. I am

onstrate. once again the special brand have made this event one that puts ffR'' .. that he had taught a Sunday as well as the educational afraid tills: effort Is "too little -
of hospitality and friendliness for
Starke and Bradford County in the School class for many years. life of Florida and then and too late." (
which our community: k noted. So I reasoned that If this he introduced this delicate As the ,
state and national spotlight. I read In press
w man, being the mayor for and winsome girl. dressed
While the of Civitan J.2NJ: .. about his frustrated martial
men. are busy When Saturday evening rolls: around many years of the largest very tastefully, who sat on relations I am most sympathetic -
with their workshop sessions at the and the two days' activities are final- city of Florida, and perhaps the stage [his wife and butat the same time
Country Club their ladies will be one of the most modern in mother of his children!, and I see Robert KingHigh kiss
ly 'finished 200 Civitans and
some
given an interesting tour of the horti- the world could In the face then h" tenderly kissed her. his lovely: wife, the motherof
cultural greenhouses at the Florida their wives should return home carry- QwN of his many activities and To me this signified the san- five !In Gainesville and I

State Prison and a'visit to the Bradford ing the message of Starke's friendlyand / : responsibilities have time to city of the home a compellIng think what an example to

I Furniture Company's plant as hospitable atmosphere. We are Yoh _;_- h llAten and(\ to hear the "still Ir.teiest In the educational have demonstrated to our
confident that-if we do our part- RI ( calm voice of the Eternal and political life and people when the High$ family
well other local
as attractions. they will carry the right message i V Iv Jehovah" he Indeed must be well-being! of all Florida.In r moves Into the Governor's

1 Although the youngest service club back home. an exception to the rule of his talk, following :Scott I mansion! : In Tallahassee. He,

; in Starke Civitan has already made manklnj today. Kelly and Sen. Price he outlined I as' the Chief Executive of the r
4! Then too another memberof an exceptional under-
great state of Florida with
I II my family constantly reminded standing of Florida's prob- his lovely wife as the First! j
11 me that Mayor High lems and how he planned to Lady and the children to
The Railroads And The Ordinances was a "true and loyal Demo- solve them. spread youthful sunshine and

.' crat" and there was some You know the rest-how a vitality along! Its halls and
, There would appear to be much True these things have not yet happened doubt In my mind as to bitter campaign was waged. ,reception\ rooms.

ground for discussion in the forth- by great good' fortune- but whether the present Governor We supported High and we Gene In a later article I

coming conference between Starke "there is always a first time," as the wm or Is a "true and loyalDemocrat" celebrated his some 83.000 will write of the party systemof ,

Mayor Randal1 Chitty and officials of saying goes. As you will recall vote majority, and we cried politics In our govern-
the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. he vas reluctant to sup- with the Governor over his mental organizations. This!
In the forthcoming conference, it port the National Democratic defeat and prayed for his will take time and space but

The issues to be resolved, as we see would appear that Mayor Chilt. will ticket and finally did so, ,well-being along with his just let me make this observ-

them, are: have plentiful ammunition as suppliedby but was reported' to have loyal'wife who remained ation: our forefathers pro-
said It cost him some 40.00Q with him through it all as vided this method and this'
1. The excessively long"blocking 'of the ordinances of the city of Starke, votes in 1064. And since his any loyal and unselfish wife organization In selecting

railroad crossings in) the .City of Starke. if he chooses touse, it. defeat In the Second Primaryhe will da May the same God those who serve us In Government -
his made a public state- that Robert King High worships So I would not
2. The prolonged blowing of whistles In regard to blocked crossings, the Ito :,-a, .a w .. -. t'u w.- .. .VV 1.+Er lr ment In the press that he sustain the present abolish the Republican Party -

(or horns) about which some residents code provides that: Rough would not support the Democratic Governor and his wife and nor would the Democratic
Going nominee for Govern other loved ones and let this Party abolish the Republican
have complained in recent months. "It shall be unlawful for the con- r
or. prayer also go out to his Party nor would the Republican -
ductor or'other in charge of
3. The deplorable condition? (rough- person Well. when my family !not many loyal and upright supporters Party abolish the Democratic -
ness) of most railroad crossings on any railroad train, car or engine to per- IN FEWER WORDS through with me, I loyally men and women the Party if it could.
mit or allow such train car or en- and reverently State I II
the main streets of Starke. any supported over Both parties are vital to our
gine to stand or remain across any \Ve are told. that In Russia. | they proudly display. a Robert King High for Governor And now Gene, there is I political: life, as nil freedom- 1

The conference was requested by street of the city in such a manner as linn. and a hnnh In a cage together us proof of Russian, because he believed In more work to do. As you well : loving' people in Uie world '

railroad officials in the' wake of the to block or prevent the safe passageof co-existence.\ Of couriu. they never let It bn known that a Living God, that he worshipped know, our Democratic nominee over will, agree. 'I

arrest by Starke's Chief of Police of any person or vehicle for a longer they put In a new lamb every day. served Him Him and and because that he he for Governor and his So we have these two
friends and supporters did nominees for Governorone
several train crewmen who refusedto period than five minutes. A S<'otMi un wan arguing with the conductor. whether was a loyal! Democrat, and all this on a "shoe string" young active experienced, I''

unblock a crossing at the chief'srequest In regard to "unnecessary noise the the price< of fare wait 25 rent or :ISO cent. In desperation that lie. supported the Demo financially so to speak. The economical, with a lovely

during an emergency situa- code provides that: the conductor. tossed. the Srotmnan'H traveling cratic Party.So present Governor's campaign vivacious wife and five lovely

tion. 1 -h bug out of the window and It landed In the river witha the First Democratic spent., more than $1 chl1dl"cnyes the Democratic -

"It shall be unlawful for the en- loud splash! Primary gave him the run- .800,000, whereas High's total nominee for Governor
The fact is that the railroad
the runs gineer or other person in charge of: a "(loot mon; ," screamed the Scotfiman. "...Ir"t you ner-up rlace for Governor campaign cost was less Robert King High as
full length of Starke, from north to The Second Primary comes than half that amount. This against the "stately banker"
locomotive or train to unnecessarilyblow try to rob me, and now drowned me boy!"
south, dividing the town- for all intents you've up and. 3 go to Gainesville to indicate to me that, he the with over half a million dollars -
arid' purposes ..:.:-"fnto East and or sound' any whistle or.' horn Farmer's see and hear Mayor High Acknowledge present Democratic nominee, to spend, with no exper-
West Starke. With the excessive within the cIty limits, provided that Diary I ,las we did I where the Indians Ms gratitude- for practlcid economy and got" a ience In governmental processes -

length of freight trains in recent years, such whistle or horn may be blows; By Sam McGarveyDate get the stone material .city slickers: from New Jersey his vote and support, and to dollar's worth. for each dollar. -a widower with per
we settled here to try '
sounded in of for their learned launch his for the
or case emergency or arrows we campaign spent hapJ:1.:> home life, as we
communication between East and Westis
if it is necessary to warn persons in for the opening of from nn authority that the our luck at farming. Thus Second Primary We now have looming and knows, It.

entirely cut, off by every means eminent danger of being struck by a the tobacco market season redskins! maCe:: trips upto we have finished 17 years andthat's ormore As I stood in 'the Gainesville I trying to, Impress himself on So>I will pick and go along
than 800 columns,
(except telephone) when a freight moving locomotive or train." will N: announced soon, and Georgia, brought back the Airport during a very the State, of Florida one who I with the Democratic nominee
train sometimes' blocks all crossings now are that It flint 01 ether types of stone, an awful amount of
predictions windy and squally day, I saw Is parading under the bannerof for Governor of Flor-
within the city limits for a period of Any person or persons!! violating will bt either July 2T or and fashioned the tools or writing or an amount the of In the distance one of the the Republican* party, one Ida- the very able and distinguished -
awful writing
case
20 or 30 minutes.It these provisions are subject to the August 3. A Bradford' leaf weapons at many places in as most modern twin Jets com- who evidently is high and Robert King
!grower Leaton Morgan, said this vicinity. may be. ing In 'gracefully like a swan mighty, but one, far as I
general penalty of a fine not to exceed .' .so High subject to the General
is entirely possible that an am- he has a pretty fair crop but the water taxi to had the
on and a am Informed never Election! on Nov. 8, 1966
bulance, attempting to reach the hos- $500, or imprisonment for a period of from reports we've heard We've yet to see a' wild As v.* start our 18th year, perfect landing. This was the slightest experience In political I this with no

pital with an emergency patient, mightbe not to exceed 90 days, or by both such from other areas, the yield is 'gator In this area (saw a we're appreciative of the re- most modern airplane that I 1 affairs, 'either in the axes am"to writing bring so to speak

delayed for' this length of time fine and imprisonment.There off generally: and in some small one In Orange( Lake sponsa to the column, and on had ever seen-fast, graceful legislative judicial or exe- no rewards asked nor accepted -
cases the results have beenso and In behalf of our late departedcow modern and efficient. cutive branches of either
which'could be a big one the Wacas- but In gratitude for j
the difference
easily is nothing in the ordinances!!
that the farmers JOY. and the on-again
poor sasa River| but we under Not like the large, cumber Stata, County, or Municipal had toserve
the I have
between'life and death. Likewise, fire regarding the condition of railroad aren't bothering to harvest. stand there are still some In off again water pump, Fln- some two and four engine government. A so-called ;privilege

equipment could be delayed in reach- crossings, but the only penalty neededin Rowell Lake. Of the ones nega.i. and all our other planes so commonly used by Jacksonville: banker, who according t>c.-mocrntic this! county Party.throughthe The

ing a fire on the opposite side of town this instance would be for Mayor UnJcr: the new pound-per- that are left we're told, a'fli cherished characters we say: politicians. But this was to the press Is taking years" that have none by have
'
for a matter of 20 or 30" minutes-the Chitty to take the railroad officials in acreage allotment those footer I K a big specimen, as thank you. something new something up residence In West not erased my abiding faith

difference between saving 'a blazing his car and ride them at a brisk clip 'growers will be able to double is the case of rattlers. modern something efficient Palm Beach. According to In nor have the passing

building or seeing it burn to the over the crossings until they holler up their plantings next TIIR': RIGHT POINT for th and ,something economical. his press fpolltlcaUy speak- years erased by gratitude In
season: and thus to a largeextent ( To me It was ushering into Ingl he has half a million
ground; "uncle !I" Each vear at this time WilY you write. Come In and my people all of the people
bn able to regain we're reminded that we elect( your favorite EHTKB-: this ,grand old state of mine dollars to spend-and there of Btddford County.
their losses It will help a started writing this column BROOK fountain pen. TELE. a new age a new'beginning.. will be more to elect him : Respectfully,
number of area growers back in two OH A PH. and as Robert King High Governor: of Florida
1949 when as A. J. Thomas Sr.
I The Buyer's Responsibilitypersons whose crops were seriouslycut said Inter, "we are"beginning The question comes to me:
this! reason by heavy. and
unseasona! rains.!
In spite of the fact that vitamins with special medical needs, \

and minerals are supplied in abund- there is no scientific basis for recom- And speaking of rains L. ft ,.,. R, w a I '

ance in a well-balanced diet, the Am- mending routine use of dietary sup- we've already! had An nveruin- r
of 43 Inches so far this year, I \
erican people continue to spend between plements.
nearly the amount we get:
or
$375: million and $500 million annually -
for a full year The showerare ,*-
Whether the public will "read the
vitamin tablets mineral
on supple- local for the most part
ments, and similar items. fine print" of pay any attention to the as on last Thursday night r r ,. ,d .t ( t- ,Y.It

advice given, remains to be seen. Some- when Starke had only a r (, i. 1 7t' ,I 4, ,<',t "' 4.fa. rdJrv .'
Much of this is unnecessary and times the public is slow to take ad- sprinkling but take Butler' V I

downright worthless, according to Dr. vantage of efforts being made for its came close to drowning out. tS14ut. .
James L. Goddard commissioner of I .1.,1" ,.
''own protection as witness the con- ,... : .
the U. S. Food and Drug Administration tinued increased!! sale of cigarettes in WAnt out to the public .: ;#

and he intends to do something spite of a preponderance of evidence boat ramp on Sampson Lake ."" ., .
about it. f provide! by Container ., ..
that they are a major factor in many Corp.l and due to 'the fact t 1\\ '" .

Six months from now, when the new cases of lung cancer. that some misguided! < person :

rules that Dr. Goddard has issued be- nut the warning is there for those took down a directional sign I"\" :-.
effective all l we rot: lost and finally stopped a !" "tf
come multivitamin and who wish to take advantage of it. by a deep pond! in the f', .: "t fc.7;
supplementary mineral products sold I i : .
others t -; I ,.
road. For the benefit of "
to the retail trade. must bear this As one editorial commented : "Gov- SR-100 at .:! \ ..
:you turn off i _
frank : ernmental efforts to shield the con- fy'I." ::0- ,. ". ",..
message the flen Just/ beyond the Pine w .,
sumer from pressures to buy what has Level Baptist Church and -:1' r't Y :.. : .,

"Vitamins and minerals are sup- little or no value are to be warmly after a few mile, turn righton .... ," '
plied in abundant amounts by the commended. But they cannot do ev the first graded road. ,. '. "

foods we eat. The Food & Nutrition erything. The buyer must do some- e 4 .; r -..,. !'.. '., .. It

Board of the National Research Coun- thing for himself. That something is InrH"ntally. there are picnIc ..It +'.

cil recommends that dietary needs be to use the information provided him, tables there and a beautiful ',
such foods scene which i I. marred 1F. .. r[
supplied by Except for and act intelligently. '" 1
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bv the relatively few< people ;
who throw trash about and ;1""" \\..(. '
---- spoil the place] for others As + C

ORID4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH yet wate" there orovlded H at no this drinking boat I r t,r, w'I +I

4 ramp or any others In the

ESTABLISHED 1879 county because water pumps ;,
ACav E are considered by some a-'
N MIMafRO
E. L. .......TTHEW.. EDITOR AND PU.LI.HIB fair game. .

Ci99r FLORIDA'' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED Con- When talking to Charle-
gTIQtN Red Cross Beauties of World War I
TINUOUCLV UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Darby about the place he
i said there h a spot on Cypress -

PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS. MATTER AT THE Run which was tued bv Effectively: costumed an World War I Red l CroM nurses, these 2nd row (l-r): Neva Turner, Jeannette Matthew. Florenco

Poar OFFICE. AT ST'''RKE. !FLA. UNDER ACT Or. MARCH 3. "79. Indians to mike arrows and Starke beauties. helped miMe fund for the annual Red PTONA drive Matthew, Marie Livingston Gladys Gardlners Kathleen Alvure/,
that after a heavy rain some In Starke along. about 1918. Hilda Lewis' Allene Alvarez.
IN THE TRADE AREA
ONE
YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS' 12.00 of them may be seen lying
OUTSIDE 3rd row l-rl)I Mr*". Nat SteinbergLaMIra Alvarez: Onle K: TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $1.00.. - SIX MONTHS J2.J5 around in that vicinity. lit row, Se. ) vvnnly" Carrie (I Ilitrhy. I ) fuel I.. Ttulnu. I (Griffin/ Mi.u Burr+ Kiln 1tu':

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TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOKAPII. STAKK10! n.ORm TilPKSDAT, JULY II.'BEER log

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..n..vvv..V.v..ar I ley and family of Jacksonville. IVVVVVVVVVVVVVTVvVVVI week with the group. ,r morning message and' Rev Intermediate Boys and Girls. ThomasAustinMr.

: : Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles Mosleyand Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade Taylor preached a farewell Visitors at the home of and Mrs. Homes!,

CLAY HILLBy Lena Mosloy and son MAXVILLE and family visited' Sunday sermon Sunday night. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Case Thomas of Maxville are announcing -
Charles II visited Mr. and Percy Knight pastor of the
ii afternoon in, Hampton with and daughter are Mrs. Net ;; the engagement ] ,
Mrs. Henry Mosley Sunday.Mr. Edison Ave. Baptist Churchin ;
l Mr. and Mrs. Colile Rlgdon and approaching marriage of
Mm. Howard PaiUett By' Mrs. A. C. Slade tle Mae Skidmore and Lizzie
end Mrs. Frank Carter Phone 2894491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Mrs W. M. Slade and Mrs Jacksonville will be Crawford of Fredricksburg their daughter Linda Dale I

Phone 289.4132VVVVVVVVVVVVWVVVTVVVVI nnd family visited Mr. and Jessie Willis and family. I preaching Sunday. Henry Va. Mi' and Mrs. Case will to Farley Eldridge Austin of
Mrs. Edward Herndon and Caruso will be entertainingwith
J Mm. Oscar Harris and be leaving this weekend to Clay Hall;
family In. Highland recently. Summer Band Practice" a Sunday School partyat
Clara Mae and Mrs. John return to Va. with them fora An August wedding is planned -
The Black Creek Association Charles Mosley has been a Summer Band Practice North and Helen spent Sat- the church Saturday night visit. .

meeting at the Clay Hill patient in St. Luke's Hospitalwith started Monday: June 27 and urday and Sunday In Holly for the young people and the

Baptist Church last Friday a strained muscle in )his will continue through August Hill visiting! old friends. En-

turned out tremendously. back.Mrs. 5. Individual lessons are being route home they visited in .

Plenty of food was served and Eloise Forbes of Jacksonville !given Monday through St. Augustine with friends.Mr '" .\?- ." '. I
l nobody left hungry. spent Sunday with Friday by William A. Jokela, and Mrs. Buddy < I
; Having' trouble financing
Mrs. Tommy Forbes and Mrs. Iieno Padgett. Band Director. Drill MarchIng Brownlnot and DonnIe Cole-I > .. When Jim Walter: your It your new

$ sons of Jacksonville. Mr. und Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cor- 1 II held every Friday man left Saturday morningfor builder., mj, you hove to do U choosa
Mrs. Dan Faircloth of Tren- bet of CuiTle, N. C. visited morning from 9 a. m. to 10 Lexington Park, Md. fora the home that best ... ; needs

ton, and Mr. and Mrs John Mrs. Corbet's mother, !Mrs a. m. Morning lessons are visit with Mr. and Mrs. from the more than 20 moyeasdete. avail
Wilkinson visited Mr. and Irene Padgett last week. Sat. held at the Baldwin Jr. Sr. Don Elchelson and family. rcTTVI\.J able, all meeting. game high

Mrs. Buddy Wilkinson Sunday urday night they enjoyed a High School and afternoon Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ray Pellum .v".""'.. ___Journal \,__, .... possible standards. price of ......wjtdlhehlowe.t' ,
afternoon. Also visiting! were fish supper outdoors Others lessons; are given at the Ma- and family of Jacksonvilleare the DailY "
:Miss Mazo and Mrs. Dellamyof attending; were Air.\ and Mrs, mie Agnes Jones Elementary spending several days g.rt'_ ''''''' NO CASH NEEDED

V Chlefland. Buddy Wilkinson, Mr. and School. this wctk at the home of i : 1OO% FINANCINGBUILT
Mrs. Grace Lang and grandson Mrs. Bobby Padgett. and children New ArrivalsMr. -
Mrs. F. B. Coleman here. ON
Freddie are visiting in. and Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Tom Klaster- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tay SHOR'lrAt1; E YOUR' PROPERTYOf -' I

I a H Tampa for two or three weeks. Griffis and family of Long man of Sunnyvllle, Calif are for of Jacksonville spent the 80 \ <

Her son Clarence took them Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Corbet the proud parents of a son, Fourth of July weekend here I If you ownfproperty, you need no,

-A big boost to the economy! down and he returned. home left Sunday to return to North Thomas Mark born June 23 with Mr and Mrs. Vince toth.property Jim Walter almost will anywhere build on your withand' .I
Saturday afternoon.Mr. Carolina.
In California Taylor and family.Mr. MORtGAGE NO DOWN PAYMENT ... if '
The brewing industry each contributes and Mrs. Hardy Pad- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Padgettand I
year over Mr. and Mrs. L. C. and Mrs. Kermit you're really economy minded i
billion dollars in gett visited Mr. and Mrs. children are spending; a Jim Walter offer* thepporo:; I
1.4 federal state and local excise f Butch Westfall of Annette. Browning: of Georgia. visited \ you
Dawson Padgett in Middleburg few at Ocea.1 to make dollar
days camping tunity even bigger
taxes. Wages arid salaries in the brewing industry recently. Pond. Alaska are the proud parentsof here last week with Mr. and C' \ savings some of. the
a son, Gregory Charles.Mr. Mrs. Buddy Browning. Kermit .interior fI.r.hi" .._If.
account for almost 600 million dollars, and the Sorry Mrs. Nellie WilkinsonIs Jack Griffis of Bermuda and 1 You
Westfall formerly of has returned from purchase home built,
just
purchase of packaging materials from other industries not feeling too well at the the Bahama Islands visited Cecil Field: Is stationed In Viet Nam. MOil J; :toy virtually. any your stage of come'

runs over 550 million. So next time you time of this writing. recently with Mr. and Airs Alaska with the CoastGuard Arriving this weekend from .. -Hawing you to spend
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Billy Herndon of Jackson- Lloyd Wilkinson. only as much as you wish- no
enjoy a cool refreshing brew after hard work Parkersburg, W. V. Mr.
or ville attended church at Clay Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Brooks: are I more than you feel' you can
play remember-BEER is good in more ways Hill Sunday. and daughter spent last weekat Personals and Mrs Charles McClungfor I! Avai1able\ \ afford at:this; time.: So contact
Mr. and Mrs Bob McClungand a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dollars\\ Jim ou can
Ocean Pond.
than onelUNITED Our pastor's daughter, Debra of .b"Jt/:;
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family and Mrs.
Mr.
new
Mrs. Geneva Padgett and Bob McCluriR and family.Mr Me" Ions
Saunders, was in Alabamaand Tom Wilson, Oall McClungand and Mrs. Paul Helms I Jima a\\t e r home rightJim away
daughters spent a few days
a.
other states with her un.cle \\1 .
STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC; and aunt Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Padgett's mother, Henry Wellhausen all and family left last Saturdayfor Home Loans \ I"t' I
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P.0.BOX) 273,WINTER PM/ $.FLORIDA \lS! Arland Few. Mrs. Jimmie Green, in Doc- spent July Fourth at Jack- Ohio and Rhode Island. .01 .m. 1 I IS'ALSO I

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mos- tors Inlet. sonville Beach and enjoyed a The Helms family have been iu. oI !theism ore\\ whlsht a cu"omlC I AVAILABLE ON JIM' Wh.

Darrell Padgett spent a few cookout afterwards at St. living hereIn the Randolph W.U... ... na through the coop use, esalltl lung aa -. ?COMmft LAUER'S
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= days with his uncle and aunt, Augustine. Crosby house. largest builder camp allY ... the necstioene
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stAff Sgt. Jessie Padgettof ion'S bomea, tlohao The1i owII. b. m. ., SECOND !HOME I
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinsonin Mis. Bernice Stricklandand [ un your tot ... .. c j
Lawtey. Ft. Sill Okla. was recently family left Saturday for o thatlhere. .d bee yet. aervlc',
elated. s a'op FOR
.. .... '1'hls one C01JAGIS WEEKle -
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES Mrs. Alma Harris and famIly promoted to Staff Set. and Kensman Ark after spendingthe ehot.4n .. b.'h .oanfection "
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of Jacksonville visited her friends will be interested to past week here with her mortlaga money lor snovaillimllableonflhe.. i. and RnanrrIn9r I\' 'ENDS-VA CATIONSwaUlnl -',

parents Mr. and Mrs. Hardy know his Orders for Viet parents! Mr. and Mrs. Doss ....._......11- fuplacendds morlgagea or on eliminates the I.
RETIREMENT
Padgett Thursday of last Nam have been cancelled.The HtKRlnbotham. their of dolla" are home ......... .t caused by ,
HEARING AID PET SHOP week. Padgetts will remain in non the .
Mr. end Mrs Raymond lot beane ..
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Air. and Mrs. Frank Carterand Oklahoma. Kilgore and sons and Mr. avdlabl.i fed taPe -,,- J--

THE family enjoyed a picnic Larry Axtell of Cecil Field and Mrs. Gene Johnson and ': .
ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTON ",- '" \ .
Kongo Pet Shop and swimming at Kingsley and nephew of Mrs. Dorothy daughter left 'Saturday for a i / -3;; __ ., "
Bought-Sold-Appraised E Beach July 4. Miller and Mrs. J. Marlin vacation In South Florida.Mr. 11I'I jI H -- -. ;:-...:-

Furnlture-Chlna-Glus Poodles" l\lalteU anae Airs. Lilly Carter visited Coleman has recently returned and Mrs. Arthur Car- f? '' ,r : ,
Silver-Braas--Oil Painting OF JACKSONVILLE POODLE GROOMING Mrs Mary Carter in [lddleburg to his base here after ter of Jacksonville were Sun re. m.f"i.t
last Tuesday. Also visit\ a 10-day leave In Harvey Ill. \
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. :
One Piece or a House Full "The, Strongest and Smallest Swoaters, Collars Tags Ing :Mrs. Carter were Mr. and with his mother and other Doss Higginbotham. -=

Aid In the World" Pet Supplies Mrs. Howard Padgett and sons. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dietz \ : =
Ina Ward AntiitueaHearing '
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Mr. and Mrs. William Par 5 ... -
Hearing Aid Made Bird Enjoying a family reunion and family have had for the .. -...
Fish Hamster
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3372 St. Johns Ave. rish and family visited Mr. -,
22: Went Monroe Sunday of last week at past two weeks relatives -- I
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Jacksonville 387.1379'' &: Sun. 10-8 P.M. and Mrs Allen Crews in Strickland's Landing were from Pennsylvania as their ..... .. ." f'I.
Brooker Saturday night. Robinsonand I : .:..:-=- '
Call Collect Mr. and Mrs. Bob guests. -ift.c "' .
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Closed Tuesday Hardy Padgett and Howard -
df\uJhter,; of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley -.i.

Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP 8939 Herlong Rd. Normandy., Padgett Whitehead visited family the Friday Horace of Md., '1rl!. Bernice Stricklandand and family enjoyed a cookout t".:."-"- "u";: The 3-Bedroom COMANCHE ,.
family of Kensmon.
Section last week. last Friday night with
WESTSIDE FIELDS Mr. and Mrs.Vayn.e Par- Ark. Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caruso
W. Jacksonville 731-280O Johnson and family Mr. and
Volkswagen Inc. rish and son and Mr. and :'.[rs. and daughter at their new 1I CALL COLLECT, WRITE OR COME BY TODAY
Mrs. Freddy Flllmzham; and
HOBBY SHOP Inc. home in Jacksonville
PIANOS-ORGANS Allen Crews and son of Brooker COMPLETE DETAILS!
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. FOR
Mrs' D. J. Parrlsh
was a
AUTHORIZED DEALER were guests of Mr. and
A Complete Line of Mason &: Hamlln Pianos Mrs. William Parrish and I Arthur Carter all of Jack- patient In the Bradford rr. _

tale Parts Boat & Airplane Builders SupHammond Organs family the fourth of July. sonvll'o.' Mr and Mrs. Frank- County Hospital in Starke
N des Body Shop lin Hlctfinbotham and family from to JIM WALTER CORPORATION ST.I .
plies-Specializing in RaMalJlUIVox Organs Air. and Mrs. Howard Pad Wednesday Fridayof

Open 8 a.'Ov-8 p.m. dio Controlled Models "You Get' A. Good Deal At-. gett and sons, and Air. and I of St Petersburg. Mr. and last week. i r would like la know ntor about your building and I
ft arid Equipment Mrs. Homer Padgett and fam- Mrs. Raymond Kllgore rind Mr.: nnd Mrs. Dave Davis \ financing plan Pl oi. Mud ma a fm catalog. I am
p.m. Sat.-Clo. Sunday family Mr. and Mrs. Gene and returned home inr.rnred rue. .. I
ily enjoyed an outing at Kings- family
1130 LANE AVE. SOUTH Open Evenings" till 9 PJtt. F. O. MILLERS Johnson and daughter Mr. ARE OPEN SUNDAYS I
Phone (J() ley Beach Sunday afternoon. last week from a vacation JACKSWE n Home D Collage
Jacksonville 334-3441 ::.: and\ Mrs. Ben HIgglnbotham E FLA. 32203: I ,
I 602 So. O< Dora Johns spent Sunday trip to Wyoming and Mon Name
EdgewOOd Tin u...,.d Bw tin*8... i iwu' and daughters Mr. and Mrs.
Parrish Motors Jacksonville! 388-8662 afternoon with Mrs. Irene Dale tana. I 3281 West Beaver St. I Address-
Tinsley and Mr. and
in Middleburg re
JaelulCmvllle Padgett Rev. Reginald Taylor resigned -
cently.HAMPTON, Mrs. Doss Higginbotham.Mrs. last week as pastor of I P. O. Box 6218 I City _Slate_ I

ALES Men's & Boy's Wear SEWING MACHINES I Bernice Stricklandand the Long Branch Baptist Phone: 388-1585 I My T.l.pKon.property it located In r "*y- I
family' of Kensman. Ark.
SBRVICE VVVVYVVIVVVVVVVVVVVV V Church Rev. Wlniford Wilkinson -
WITS Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinsonand delivered the Sunday ---
"Quality Clothe for Men an SINGER AUT. ZIGZAG daufchter of Baltimore.

32 Years As A Dealer Boys Since 1919" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet Mrs. Raymond Kllgore and

Always Good Used Cars Sold New over $300 family and Mrs. Gene John-
Ml Laura. St. Jacksonville Van Heusen Stetson Hats Bal. $72 or $5.00 Per Monti) By Mrs. Alary Williamsu..au..a..aaa. son !und daughter all spent

Phone, 356-5634 McGregor Gold Cup Sox July' Fourth at StricklandLandtag
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Complete Formal Wear RentalAutomatic Ideal Sewing Center .
Automatic
Transmission The City Council\ met on Mr. and Mrs R. L (IBudl

n I ALL MAKES July 5th with alt members Harts and Mr. and Mrs. J.

Ih 1 .\ oungmen'Shop New and Used Machine present and two visitors Jim D. Bell and son spent July

Transmissions & 848 Cassat Ave. Williams and Olen McIn- Fourth in Mayo with Mr.
340 Alain Comer DuvalJacksonville Jacksonville 389-5071 tosh. It was approved for Mr. and Mrs, Dan Byrd.

Motor Exchange: McIntosh to Install new Mrs Bobbv Godwin was a
TRACK
SERVICE
BIO DADDY WALT plumbing in the Post Officeat patient several days week
once. Mr. Williams before last In St. Vincent's
Remanufactured Transmissions RAY'S
MOTORCYCLES brought to the attention of Hospital In Jacksonville.Mr. .

By Quality Motors Craftsman TRACK SERVICE the Council that there was a and Mrs. Bob Robinson y > > + xL OMr$ Y'a "

2997 W. Beaver St. HONDA dralnsge problem on his and daughter' of Balti ?

Jacksonville. 333-4771 Portable Track Press Service property and the council approved more. Md. left here Friday to

MOTORCYCLES Welding< reopening of necessary return home after a two

All ModeLs-Nothing Down Used! Bulldozers & Crawlers dtches! to drain prop- week vacation here with Mr.

CAMPERS Merchants Green Stamps "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" erty. The Council will meet and:! Mrs. DOM Higginbotham. -

Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. 7287 W. Beaver again on August 2nd. .
Cribbs
Camper Monday-Friday Jacksonville! 3884621TROPICAL Bay' Jones of Denver Col- Air. and Mrs. Frank Bell
orado stopped over for a and family. Mr. and Mrs.
8 A.M. to 6 P-M.
Del-Rey Campers
Saturday and Wednesday FISH brief visit with Mrs. T. F. Gllbe't Brown and family

Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY Brown Friday' He had been and Mr. and Mrs Martin
MERMAIDAQUARIUMS visiting In Miami and was on Padstett and daughter all

Skamper Convertibles MOTORS & CYCLES his way to San Diego California spent last week at Brooklyn H.. aR '

Tradot-Bak Financing 4949 Blanding Blvd. where he stationed Lake near Keystone. Mr. and
Jacksonville 771-8244 with the Marines.Mr. Mrs. John Waters and on
MOS San Juan Ave. Complete Aquarium Supplies
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and Mrs. James War- spent two days there last fa' 3
Jacksonville 388-9348 Imported Fish All Specie, e
I ren and family from Talla-
CALL OR COME BY
MUSIC Georgia" moved into I
CHAIN SAWS Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 pm : poosa.
the Jeff Baker house.
KNOW YOUR BUSINESSqp0ctc
Sunday 2 to 8 pm.
Middleburg ChainSaw Order Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King
Paulus Music Co.We Any Fish Available
of Jacksonville were recent
943 S. Edgewood Ave. et
Sales visitors to Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Jacksonville
ROM B L.I T E Band &: String Instruments 388-9404 Hill's. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER

Money Makln' Chain Saws Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers WESTERN STORE Miss Sherry Norman spent
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BALES &: SERVICE School Supplies-Instruction the last two weeks In Ft.

Parts and Repairs All Make Roberta Recorders LITTLE DUDE Myers visiting relatives.

Toro ft Yazoo Power Mower Music Library-Expert Robin Wadsworth is (][]
Western
Rt. 21 Middleburg 282-505O Repair Department Store spending some time In Jacksonville -

41 "'. Monroe St. "Where You'll Find Everything with her great -
grandmother Mrs. Katherine 7.' .y.
ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 355-8447 For the Horse Wadsworth.

Enthusiast"
Peavy Brother 3310 Beach Blvd. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holmes
Western
Clothing
Leather-
and daughter Edle Brock.
Electric Co. Jacksonville 39S-3091 goods Saddles and Trailers Lois Jenkins and Martha
I Charles Se Sharon Petty Elliott era,
of Chattanooga. Tennessee -
ELECTRIC MOTORS 902 So. Edrewood Ave. I i.s! visiting Mr. and

S old--Serviced-Repaired l\IUSIC-lnitruments Jacksonville, 384-1210 Mrs. Charles Hawkins and teM to right:Corvair Monza Sport Coupe! Cfievy Nova Door Sedan, Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe and Chevrolet Impala Convertible. Each

Oeneratorsetarters! WELL DRILLING family.! comes with an outside rearview mirror and seven other standard features for your added safety.Always check your mirror before you pass.
Alterations Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Marlow
MARVIN KAY'SMusic
Armature Rewinding PARTRIDGE and family spent last Saturday U'$ 2SO f.-!Hie temperature 3t which That's the beauty of buying America's most popular your Chevrolet dealer can save you right now on

4044 Lenox Ave. Ct. with Mr. and Mrs. D, E. paper) record char make of car-especially right when luxurious Chevrolet racy..Chevelle
and t become anusablt. now summer a new trusty
Jacksonville\ 387-2528 Well Drilling Co.FLOOR Hill.Mr And when that happens, you savings are extra tempting. It just makes sense that Chevy XI or sporty Corvair. This
and Mrs. E. B. Weeks be one oIlh.43
Fender, Gretech & Vox: Guitars may out COVERING King Hatten, and Selmer ROCK & ARTESIAN \VELLSLof"'I1 of Boynton Beach visited Mr. that(a out of business following* fire. you're going to save in a big way by seeing the man year's cars by Chevrolet are the most. /a llFq17.rar

Band Instruments Weeks aunt and uncle Mr... Why let of an ordinary office, fire destroy who's doing business in a big way. So go see what And right now-so are the' savings

forbe Ludwig, Slingerland, Roger.Complete Electric Water and Mrs. M. L. Watterson on dialed years files work offer/ Hercules Underwriters'.Mul' Lox Laboratories in- _......nmn_ .... _.. _... n.. ...n ........_u...._

tier carp: f tit Drums System Saturday.The certified protect on. And they're
IRRIGATION revival at the Baptist available .in. latter or legal' tut. 09 8144

***** ._ _J' Rental &: Rrpurir on ALL FHA FINANCING Church will be running four
0860 Hyde Grove Ave. moi-p nitthts. hav-
They are
400 ALAIN ST. Jacksonville Ing n Food meeting and Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.

334 HOGAN, -........ Jacksonville 353-0935/ I Call (Collect 389-1438 would! )like for everyone to ,

.. J ; : try to ntlmvl IT. N. :.101 NORTH STARKK. FLA. PHONE; 9fi.1| : nO.AnR
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..vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.VT to attend. were overnight guests of reassignment.; Other guests I and chest II an explosion I turned to his home after a 4-H Girls Attend years. He was chosen as USO building-! These will be
Rev. Peavy Is conducting a their son and daughter-in- of his parents Sunday weie where he '"rks stay la the Bradford County Utah's most promising young(accepted until the few remaining
Bayless Hiway revival .it New River Church law, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mr. anJ Mrs. Clinton Nor- I W> are .. o jdad to know I Hospital.: Doe Lake Camp I musician and studied under vacancies are filled.
this week and everyone is Crosby In Gainesville Mon- man and son of Jacksonville. that Eddie :Norman has re.r,4l Grant Johannessen, concert "First come first served!I"I I
BJF Mrs. O. E. Crosby cordially! invited.Mr. day niplit. They spent theremainder Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Norman'and The" 10th Annual Florida"Kollojie : pianist us well as the famous j ,
of the week with daughter of Starke and : : of Electric anAutuntoth'e d
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Mr. quintet stylist, George New AssistantOn
AAAA.A ..AAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Flakes. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish Knowledge was Shearing He has also per
and Mrs. Bobby Crosby We are very glad to know ana children of Starke ,]I held July 7-9 at 4-H Camp forms! with the Utah Sym- Chamber StaffMrs.
Next Sunday will be IIlYman' and son of Gainesville were ,
Doe Lake!: In the Ocala National -
that Mrs Loyd Padgett was Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newman NEWS And NOTES phony.
and
day at the ChU1'hFranlc dinner guests of Mr. { : Forrest.Th3 Catherine Hegg Is the \
able to come home Monday spent Sunday with then
Norman will bring the Mrs. Lee! Flakes at theirhome : "Kollege" la sponsoredby new administrative assistantat
after having!,! undergone; surgery son and daughterinlawMr. For Today's HomemakersBy Few VacanciesAre
mOl nln l message and Jerry \ on Lake Serena on the the! Florida Agricultural tha Starke-Bradford Coun-
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; recently In Alachua and Mrs. Charles New- I
Dyal will bring the evening I Fourth.Mr. General Hospital. man and family In Gaines Martha Sue McCain\ : Extension Service In cooper- Still Left ty Chamber of Commerce,
message. Everyone is invited! and Mrs. C C. CrosbyWHAT Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp vine .I r ation with the Florida Electric For SA succeeding Mrs.' Jine Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broad- County Extension Cooperatives Association CampersAll who has resigned to join her
. .I son Mi. and Mrs. Loyd Pad- well and! children of Jacksonville Home Economics Agent and the Firestone Tire & Bradford County camp- husband at Fort Knox Ky. l

gett and daughter Miss An- were visiting[ her Rubber Company._ u __ ers who have signed up for Mrs. Hegg came to Starke
SELECTIONS nette Padgett; enjoyed a parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Three 'iUIUI; :> girls, Linda the Salvation Army Camp recently with her husband

weeks' vacation on Santa Fe Crosby Sunday. A'I POINTERS: nut MEAL1'LANNINO Inductmild\ and,:! strong o, Colson. Starke; and will go together during the who with la the new junior forester
Lake. Mr.: and Mrs George; Alvarez : Phyllis and Madonna Meng week Container Corporation.
flavored foods and vary garnishes starting Monday. Aug.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon :>:, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton: attended the 4-H' They are originally from, Minneapolis -
Jerry You c'on't' have to be a in your menus. A 8. Children who are 8 yearsof
Jones", and daughter have returned Dyal and:! children. Mr. and scientist to plan and serve bland of Reasonings and Round-Up with Miss Martha age, but not yet 14, may Minn.
WE HAVE IT I from a weeks' vaca- Mrs. Lois Newman Mrs. Sue McCain Miss Sandy Rhodes (Sullivan
good meals but you can't rely flavoiiig: adds interest to go unaccompanied by an I ) Is
tion In the Smoky Mountainsand Marie Elx! on. Mr. and Mrs. on chance for meals that meals! The 4-Her's learned basic adult. Children between the ber also leaving the cham-
Choose From Many Models and QatUnburg. Tenn. They Don Newman and children bring; good health to your 7. Balance low-cost ItemsIn electric terms and how to ages of 3 and 8 may go if accompanied be staff this week and will
report a very pleasant! trip, Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- family. Here are pointers to menus: to stay within your make extension cords. They by their mothers. student replaced shortly by a BUS
At Low Low Prices with real cool -weather. Sure man and children. Mr. and help wake mral planning buditet.: also studied types! of power Applications may be obtained under the work-study
Styles ly wish they could have Mrs Keiineth Eltxson and easier and, more successful. 8. Bi flexible In planningto suppliers and home wiring.: at the Bradford Coun- program (

brnurhl' a little home with son Mrs. Carolyn Kurlmay 1. Decide on the amount take advantage: of good; Information was gtven on ty Health Department or at A Classified Ad in The Telegraph -
them. and children! and Joe Sapp of food needed dally for your buys (i-ncl plentiful foods rural I civil defense. I Dr. Jennings' office In the brings result
.,. ii, ', fnl ::.J; Mr. end Mrs. Thurman: all enjoyed a picnic at Ocean family f-om each of the basic which contribute to thrifty In the automotive section'
.. J! .. Jones and son of Lady Lake Pond! near Olustce on the food specialists discussed
.......... ii(Hips-milk and milk attractive and appealing! driving
.. """"" were weekend guests; of her Fourth (if July. products:! meat poultry nieal.4. and depth perception, and HIGH(CAPACITY' 20,000 BTU

>i .htil stir r> .L parents. Mr. end Mrs. Edward Mr and Mrs. Lee Flakes fish CPUS and dried:: legumes 9. Chock menus from the 4-H teams! Rave; .
(( tt Norman. They wore( en- and son of Serena Lake were vegetables! mid! fruit-bread standpoint of good use of tion on electrical Kwr .mn.a.zww W r.
demon.tra-/
.Ir.. m I : '- route to the mountains fora guests; of Mr. and:! Mrs. C. C. and cereals. Check with available rquipment. motive subjects. / (
J! r ij'J week!' *' vacation. Crosby} Friday. 'USDA's Dally Food Guide. 10. Prepare a general; plan I. --\ TEDDERS {
:. r-n-""0 ,$; I Misses Debbie and Harriet Mrs. Pronto Moody and 2. Consider! the special diet for nil! meals for a week to Young Concert .
.4i--c, Faulkner! are spending! thin Mrs smith Johns of Lake rrqulran-.ents: of your family. save time work and money
1I"i i <
E3Ck. *tiAUTOMATIC *? week with their grandmother ; Butler wore guests of Mrs. J. These will be Influenced by and to help avoid hum-drum Pianist Will ." No Money Down
: I 1 Mrs J. C. Hicks In Jack- L. Johns Tuesday the age of family members, meals Be Heard HereElder '
'" (I Sony 1111' Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Crosby health and weight problems. CAN: YOU ANSWER THIS' ? ill, As Little As $10 Month
ll.'J! ; i Mr. and Mrs. T. N, Nor- and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flakes
3. Plan meals around a Q What makes Jelly Richard dinner, a \Ve Do
man and son, Gerald and:! and son were supper guests; main dish and first select! cloudy? full time missionary for the I
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearnsof of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford other foods to complete the A.. One or more of the! fol- Church: of Jesus Christ of Powerful-will cool an n6r-'ienC: ;
DEFROST Tavares last week In Palatka
spent
Wednesday days meals. A dated menu lowlnjr may cause a cloudy Latter-day: Saints and a versatile .
visltin? Mr. and Mrs. J. W. night filelth recipe referencescan telly: pouring jell mixture concert
i DELUXE 2-DOOR pianist will ...shop or large offic&.even a small
Mrs
Matthews In Lake City Carolyn Kurlmay,
simplify; continuing meal into classes too slowly. Al- preset: a one-hour program
Tenti.W Mrs. Jerry Dynl and Mrs. plans. Iowir,' jelly mixture to stand ''In the Starke Elementary \home with adequate air
circulation
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER are to hear that Dnn New man were transacting before It U Juice
sorry 4. Have a balance In the poured. was School rafetorlum: at 8 p. m.
little Gordon Newman 11\i ; business In Gainesville work load of preparing each not properly strained and Saturday July 16. Admissions Sound.Barrier hushes operating sounds .t. Reserved
confined to his home this :Monday.: thus ontninrd pulp. free, nnd the
Jelly public is
meal. If n complicated! main cor-
EASY TERMS 50 week pith measles. We nil Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews dish I Is chosen plan a simple sot toi fast Is usually the result dially invited. cooling power;.. Operates on both 230 and 203 volts.

IMMEDIATEDELIVERY: 19 9 wish him a speedy recovery. and children enjoyed! a trip dessert., of using fruit that Is too Elder Clinger who Is makinga .Dehumidifiet-removes up lo 18 gallons of water every

AND Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth to Marlneland: and St. Augustine 5. Plan for variety In color green.: tour of the Florida Mission day. Five-year warranty on entire hermetic
SERVICE I W.T. Ellx.ion and son were guests one day last week. form or shape texture IB5SH! POTATOES:!I and all of its wards and system.
of his sister and brother-in- Miss: Ginger Kite o.' and temperature of foods tot l>f> you have an abundanceof branches, will play a variation Air Exchanger exhausts smoke-filled air. ..Dual Flow

law. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gainesville was dinner guest; make each meal more sntlsfylnn litqh potatoes? Do you of classical, semi-class- Weather Wheel :Two speeds Washable *.
Crosby and his! mother Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros- Food should be pretty want L.) keep some for later cal. modern and popular as suicidal filter. get
Marie Ellxson In Gainesville by and her finance Marshal'' and Rood.: use? We have instructionsfor well as some medleys of
SLADEGAS Sunday.< 6. Be creative In plnnninK- We Do Our Own
Mrs Ollle Courson of extend our deepest try a new recipe each week. baked stuffed potatoes: he'! will give a brief ex- Financing
Jacksonville attended church sympathy to Mrs. Walter freezing new Irish potatoes'' plana'io'i of the church's
Sunday and was dinner guest Altman in the 10of/ her and potato putties Anyone missionary system. WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
of Mr. and Mrs Perry Lyons husband last week. May God I of these or all may be ob- Elder Clinger started playIng ,
AND APPLIANCES and family. bless her. Funeral Services tainei from this office, either at the' age of three, and
231 N. TEMPLE:
Pvt. Ray Norman of Ft. Wa were very glad to see Held Monday ] by a (mil a visit or a let- has haj the finest trainingvatlab'.e PHONE 964-0631
Jackson S. C. has completedhis John Mack Kelly at church tor request. for the past 1'l.
:.122 W. :Madison St. !Phone 961.7701( basic training and is Sunday He recently suffered For. Mrs. Dahlman
.. _=-_ we _
home for a few days/! before I severs: burns on his hands .
Mr. Cleopatra

----,- Dahlnmn. 74 died AleKandCI'//
day at her home in
t after an extended illness. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
Mrs. Dahlman was born In I

Columbian., Ala. and had
been a resident of Hampton STARKE, FLORIDA .' .,
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Thisis since May coming there :

7 member from, California.of the She Hampton was a .:- STATEMENT OF CONDITION .. ,' 'i- .

Baptist Church, and the Or-
der of Eastern Star in Pan- JUNE 30, 1966 ;
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( Edward thersvllio.F.Ga.Suuviving are. Dahlman her husband., of

the Hampton; three daughters.:
of
: Mrs Marv Wllmoth of Salinas ResourcesLoans
year Calif.; Mrs Ruth Sam-
pley of Turson. Ariz.; an:!
Mrs.!! Hazel M. Salter of
and Discounts 3,145,214.98
Hamoton: : : two sons Edward <
F. Dihlman! of Bellflower.
Calif., nnd Maurice A, Alex- Less Reserve for Losses on Loans I / j 5,131.39 3,140,083.59
ander of Modesta Calif.:

and one sister Mrs. Noll Banking House, Furniture & Fixture 298,200.81
the Ford P.ehbcre of Birmingham.Ala. .

Other Real Estate Owned 233.33
Punci'il services were held
at 10) a. m. Monday In Jone< ,
Prepaid Expenses 2,983.98
:Memorial Chapel; with Rev.!

..r.::., Paul L. Fsfes. pastor of the
I I Hampton Baptist Church officiating. -j Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 38,112.70U.

;. Oraveslde //ierv'e'l) )
, I' were ;held Wednesday S. Government Securities 2,285,312.59
;I hall:: Cemetery in Jefferson I
County Ala. under direction] Florida County & Municipal Bonds 862,169.65
of B -11 Funeral Home of
i Birmiii'iham.: I Other State & Municipal Bonds 161,066.86Cash

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on Hand & Due From Banks 181,965.88 3528627.68
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Tilt: itif.iiT i ni.NT for tin

ford Galaxia 500 2-Door Hardtop way you \vriln. Cmnn: In mill TOTAL 6,970,129.39
I select. jour f.ivorltn KSTI'll-' I
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This is the I I STARKEBUSINESS 'I Liabilities



Capital Stock 300,000.00


DIRECTORY Surplus 425,000.00 ,
clearance
oft

AUTO ImPAIRS I Undivided Profits 36,868.35

Reserve for Contingencies 78,945.11 840,813.46


the I Earl's Garage Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 49,695.17
year V. M.I. KINtlS: OF


FORDDHUB I i AUTnfplR All /Honk Gll.irantrrdPhf.ne WORK I Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 91,700.64

969-3061: : !
So. Walnut Starke
Year's lowest prices for the quiet luxury of Ford the i 1 tfTerwillegar Deposits 5,987,920.12

sport and economy of Falcon or Fairlane the fun and AUTO SERVICE
TOTAL . .
6,970,129.39
excitement of Mustang I They're going fast so hurry. Buy
Gilbert S. Brown
now and save I
StandarJ Oil Service Station i

On now! Ford Country Official Clearance! : TIRES &ATLAS BATTERIES

Budget Terms-Road Service
Phone 981-7071
107 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S FLORIDABANK

Motors

S II E L L ,

Service Station I AT I STARKE, 1

Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties Gas Oil > Lubrlcrtlon '
Goodyear Tire & Batteries I One of 30 Banks of (the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.TIIURi'lDAV. .

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STARKE, FLORID.TIiUIt.SDAY, JULY 14 I96I

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I HIGHLIGHTS KEYSTONE Jiy Mary Schaeffer Assessment Battle _,, t, _. l _--, _




Phone 473-4127
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MRS. SUTTON ENTERTAINS ver, frangrant roses and delicious Looms At KeystoneCity
FOR BRIDEELECTMrs. food. The hostesss

Harold Sutton was served punch while Mrs. Joe
hostess at a miscellaneous Wallace poured coffee. -

bridal shower honoring Miss Party guests included: Tax Assessor J. O. Hanson revealed Tuesday if he had raised value are riot sitting as a tax assessor -

Mary Ann Schaeffer, whose Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs. Sam' night that he is using County Tax Assessor Louise Hanson replied that the tax You are sitting onlyas -.J. ...;o .

wed ln" to Henry Magann Qardnor! Mrs. H. L. MorganJr. Smith's 1965 tax roll as the basis of his 196G assess- book was "at the city clerk's an equalizer to adjust any .j .>'. .. ... ",
Jr will be an event of July ., Mrs. Dan Pate; Mrs., ments. desk' where It could be Inspected Inequities on Individual as- #;f 1t I

30.Th Dick Sunderland Miss Lorraine Mrs. Smith's 1965 values were estimated as being by anyone desiringto sessments." \.: .. ..
"
? Buttons' spacious livIng Dey, Miss Jackie Fox, do so.LaRue. Some of the harshest 'i ...... :-. ,
approximately 65 per decorated with prop- \ _
room was
Mrs. Phil Kromer Mrs. An- -- .- -- said that the city words arising from the pre- -
various kinds of roses thony Danis, and Mrs. Joe erty. Hanson's statement was was not bound by state regulations dicted assessment Increase
Councilman Donohoe (right angrily tut ex-Tax AaiMMiNor Cook ,
) gesture Stride.from
made after Councilman *
t by the of the
grown man the
Wallace Also the mother of YTYYYYTYTTTTTTYYYYYYYYVacation regarding: reas- were exchanged after
houael 1, and cooled by breezes the bride-to-be, Mrs. George' George' LaRue said he had sessment of property. meting when former tax as- City Hull after word with Incumbent AfMe Hor J. O. hanson penning new

from Lake Keystone. Schaeffer, and Miss Martha Time heard rumors that the total City: Attorney Berwick An- sessor James Cook: and tux roll (at left).

Mary Ann received many Jane 3chaeffer, who will be assessed value of property in derson said "I think you I Councilman Charles Dono-

lovely lIfts! which were open- a flower girl In the wedding. At Hall Keystone Heights had been are. But the council has hoe challenged Hanson's
ed and passed around to be Also Miss Anna McCullough, City i Increased by $350,000 on the complete! control of mlllage. qualifications and judgmentin

admired. She was assisted aunt of the guest of honor. 1 1966 roll. and can keep taxes the same making up the new tax City Wiggins CompromiseIn
with, the opening of the gifts Out oftowners IncludedMrs. Chic functions In Key- "I want the property owners by rolling the mlllage back

by Miss Jackie Fox. The refreshment Henry E. Magann stone Heights will be pretty to know about this Increase if assessments; are higher." roll.Donohoe said that the new

table was St.lln: mother of the groom, from much shut down for the ," LaRue said. "I don't "You: can't tell the city assessor assessor had made 202 Increases -
of beauty with gleaming all- Jacksonville, and her sister, next two week.. go for this hanky-panky, what to do" Anderson in value on his 1966 Water Line DisputeA
Mrs. Sam Koff of Live Oak. Mayor Albert Nelson I III tentering to hide it with a little said. "And there is nothing roll, 38 decreases, and 47 assessments -
a Jacksonville hospital "
notice on the bulletin board.
Also Miss Lavinla Goethe property owners can do had remained the -
KEYSTONE [who will be the maid of for two and week of observation LaRue made a motion that about their assessments if same. compromise settlement tra expense [above normal $2.300, or even a two-inch
possible exploratory -
Drive-Iri: Theatre honor] of Palatka. surgery. every property owner in the they are on an equal basis.' Both predicted there wouldbe was reached Tuesday nightn I costs] that the Water Works supplementary; l line at an estimated -
WAR/ VINO! SIGN- City Clerk Joy Baker will city be mailed a notice setting Anderson reminded the a "hot-time" at the coun- the Nightengale Street might experience in making cost of less than
STEALERS ON THE LOOSEDo t forth his new assess- council that "When you sit I cil's equalization meeting in eater line dispute between future cut-ins at this location 500.
be
Fri. Sat. > on vacation, out of the
-July 13 16
ment [1966 well his
] as as
have nice in as a Board of Equalizers, you September. Keystone Water and
:you a sign city, and City Hall will be ]. Works All parties concerned seem-
old assessment [1965
front of your home, cloned during this period.At Keystone City Council. Aireed: There will be no ed satisfied with the com
This will be done after
ating the occupants? leant one member of Agreed! : replacement of a six-men promise reached at Tuesday

.20. Is Nelson. Herb
name will also be on vacation.If ra :.
DO( NOTDISTURB just had an overhaul job on you have any business gust council meeting, and before O. E. Wiggins!! WaterWorks
nil sIgn. with his name and with the city for the next the council meets as a nuch an hour to do some ter's son Gary Mitchell of president, said: "Isn't

hlc call number for his ham-' two weeks, better forget it. board .of equalizers in Sep- Common Sense Yardstick AppliesTo nuch-needed mowing.' Highland Dale, near Holly- that what I asked for all

Crrjlcgc; CltWZSuit. radio station. He doesn't tember.In Heard Councilman LaRue wood Is spending several along?''
have it any more. It seems .AAA4AAAAAAA&AA41AAAtwith reply to LaRue's inquiryer xpress the need for largerind days with them. Their City Attorney Berwick Anderson

that a "Nelson's Point" signis their families: Mr. and Occupational License Tax more efficient garbage daughter Phyliss. Is spending said there was no
., Mon., Tues. almissing.! Is this a new Mrs. Allen Miller and three a few weeks earlier than ollectlon equipment, and for ''a couple of weeks in Homestead question of the city's responsibility -
fad in vandalism? As Herb : the other tourist. He inquired II nother, dump truck to usen visiting relatives and for
July 17, 18 19 children of Lake Oeneva any damage o?
says, anyone who would do as to where she had visited street work. friends. extra
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Pos "If they're making a livingat maintained headquarters in expense incurred by
LANA TURNER that would probably get a and she said' It was a It in -Decided to devote a Shirley Sever, daughter of the Water Works the
ter, Jr., and three childrenof and engaged an occupation the city and held himself out since
bans; out of stealing tombstones Hutchinson Lake; and Mr. small!! town between Gainesville covered by the to do a certain type of work, she pedal meeting to a study of Mrs. C. W. Sever, spent the line was moved during a

raMt:. too! and Mrs. Perman Roberts and Jacksonville named licensing ordinance they're was subject to the tax. no ?i ity ordinances that needs toe weekend recently with her street-paving project wlthouWiggIns'
Keystone Heights. Yes, you K i revised or abolished. friend Keonla Lovell of
SIXTY-SIX PERSONS and sen of) Gainesville. Also subject to pay occupational matter whether his work consent.By .
V.TECHNICOLOR. ATTEND ROUNTREE the three unmarried daughters guessed it-he had been in license:: City Attorney Ber- came from within the city'"' Hawthorne. Neonia spent unanimous vote the
REUNIONOn : Keystone Heights, t.oo.the wick told the yyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.MELROSE. last weekend with Shirley.Mr. Council motion to
Lee, VI, and June Rid- Anderson Key- without. passed a
j HN'FORSYTHE Sunday, July 10, the aught. guest HERE of'N the THERE Chrlstoffers. stone Heights Council Tues- Mayor Albert Nelsoi, obJected and Mrs. Aldo Brown have Anderson draw up a
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Special guests were Rev,. day night. to the manner in had as their guest last week- resolution' for future adoption -
-KEIRDUUEA Rldaught on Peach St. was and Mrs. Desseau Bower Sorry to hear that E. A. The opinion came after a which Thomas handled the end. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald relieving Mr. Wiggins!! of

.cur.v the scene of the wellattended Rev. Bowen is the pastor at Lamm of Club Estates had togo report that several people matter In the case of Cook By Sally RothbatflmerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1.4.A Elchler ana:! daughter. Patricia any additional expense on
A .
RosiHunHfilleUniy fUl Pith... reunion of the Rountree the Keystone Heights First to the Bradford County were operating as subcon- and Brune stating' that their Miss Glenda Brown all cut-Ins. or any damage

family. Mrs. Ridaught 1 la the Baptist Church. Hospital Monday morning. tractors within the city, who names! and the names of the .. of Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. and caused by relocation of hU

Wed., TJiur. July 20, 21Man's I former Winona Rountree. LOCAL BOY MARRIEDIN as hose a result in his of his falling last Sat-overa had not paid occupational complalntants had not been Duplicate Bridge winners Mrs. Robert Barron and chil- water lines [over and above

Sixty-six persona enjoyed COLUMBUS. OA. yard licenses. made public at the last I act week; 1st place Mrs. dren and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- his normal cost] on the
Favorite the day of fun and good eat- On Saturday evening, July urday back evening.in He injuredhis Councilman Walt Thomas meeting. I aul Johnson and Mrs. E. F. ard Barren of Miami stoppedby Nightengale St. line.
the fall.
ing. In attendance were: 9. at 7 o'clock, William C. Mrs. Hill mentioned the names of Thomas said he would be I lubbard. 2nd place Mrs on their way to Georgia.Mr. Anderson said, however,

j :,:M.r:' "*"Sport Mrs. Rldaught's/ mother, [Billy] Carnes. sort I of Mr. son Bobby and Brannon and James Cook and Casper glad to turn the matter over I aley Boyd and Mrs. John and Mrs. Clyde Brown that according to the charter, J
Rock Hudson, Paula Mrs. N. M. Rountree of Jacksonville and Mrs. Carl Carne*:"'W Leigh of Birmingham daughter, Ala. Brun> 'ha being In this cate- to the Mayor and Nelson accepted Il I itrawn. 3rd place Mrs. and family visited with them any expense of relocating J)

Prentiss ; Mrs. Rldaught's Keystone Heights was,marrIed are visiting the R. L. Bridges gory. the offer. "I want to I i.lary< Cook and Miss Iva also.Mr. lines, necessitated by future i
brother and wife Mr. and t.:> Miss Margie Weeksof family. Mrs. Brannon is the Cook: who was present at know who the complalntant I Illlyer. 4th place Mrs. and Mrs. R. M. Cas- paving projects, must be assumed r

Mrs. E. J. Rountree, and Columbus. Ga., ,in the former Carolyn Bridges twin the meeting hotly denied the Is before making an invest-! ./eonard Pridgen and Mrs. on's guests last Sunday: was by the Water Works
their son and family, Mr. Oakes Baptist Church in sister of Miss Marilyn ,Brld- charge saying he had merely !gation." Nelson said. I V.' H. Davle.ERSONALS. their son. Mr. and Mrs. if the lines were laid before

and Mrs. Benny Rountree Columbus. Mr. Carnes, Sr. ges. They will be here for helped O. E. Wiggins, as a In other action the CoUnrI I' Ralph Cason and daughter, the effective date of Its present
and two daughters, and their served as best man for his about friend:!, with some work at cll: Mrs. Ada Robinson has Diana. their daughters, Mrs. franchise with the city.
a month. Meanwhile
This
man daughter Mrs. Irene Russell son. Johnny Carnes brotherof Bobby is attending at the latter's home and was Agreed to write the Clay: I l one to visit her son, Oscarnd Cecil Harris. Mr. and Mrs.J. If the lines were laid after
and thrte: daughters/ all from the groom served as ush- Immokalee. camp not engaged in this occupa- County Commission and ask S m family of Daytona V. Ford. and Mr. and Mrs. effective date of the franchise

can lJe/ Athens Tenn. Another er.It Another person who had a tion for a living. for a $300 payment for a I ml teach for several days. George Thigpen and daughters and in accordance with

brother, H. A. Rountree and was a double wedding; freak accident: on the week- Anderson agreed that he generator which was reclaimed Mr. and Mrs. George De- Mrs. Bob Harris and city specifications then the
wife and two daughters and ceremony the other couple end was Mrs. Harold Sutton would not be subject to the from O. E. Wiggins ralencia's guests last week children Lynn and Molly of city must bear the expenseof -

you/ one son, also from Athens, being E. W. Jackson, step who was shopping in Jacksonville tax.City after Wiggins had paid the r as her aunt and uncle, Mr. Greenville, s. C. and Mrs. relocating them if necessary -
Tenn., and a third brother.G. father of Miss Weeks, who when Clerk Joy Baker relayed city for It. Councilman RedS m nd Mrs. Vito Curuso of Mi- Marilyn Weddle and son, I on future paving proJects -

For complete peoMitlmi. yen C, Rountree and wife and was being married to Miss bumped her wrist someone with n a message from BrunO team' said the generator was a mi. Mrs. DeValencia's sis-1 (Continued on Next Page Anderson said.
..d bwuranc that .b adaptable two daughters and one son. Luci'le Land- both of Col- parcel he was carrying to the effect that he was from surplus property' and It'-
to changing protection from Johnson, Fla. umbus. There "working by the hour, not as was illegal for the cltv to sell
were apologies and it
n. d.. P af. what yott get Also Mr. and Mrs. R. M On Friday evening, July a ror tractor" and did not It to Wiggins!! In the first I
In .v.ry Gulf Life policy with Ooo.l:: ?:m, Sr., [Mrs. Goodson 8, a rehearsal dinner was of seemed the as if it were the end think himself subject to the plac" KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS
Adapt-A-Plan. For xampU, matter-but the next
a mortgage polloy can b. is Mrs. Rldaught's sister] held for the wedding partyat morning Mildred (Mrs. Sut- tax. -UnanimouslY approved: the
adapted to provide retirement and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kemp's Restaurant, In ton] found' her wrist to be Anderson said, "It doesn't the new 1966-67 budget totaling -
Income. Ask this friendly Gulf Ooodson. Jr., and son Allen Columbus. matter how a man is paid, or 45312.00 after an
Life Representative. about ill all from! Sneads. Another sis Amont\ those who attendedthe Not very too more good sore for and her swollen golf how he's working. If he holds item of $400 was added to DIRECTORY

ter, and her husband, Mr. wedding' were Mr. and game! himself out to the public to take care of police car depre-

and Mrs. John B. Rains. Sr., Mrs. Qulncey Gardner of Mrs. Mabel Hundevadt of do any type of work coveredby ciation. The 1965-66 budget
and daughter. Also Mr. and Keystone Heights. the license ordinance and totaled $46,847.00.Agreed .
Mrs. John: B. Rains!! Jr., and SWIMMING LESSONS Delmar Charlotte peckens N. Y., and Mrs. makes his living that way, to investigate the APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE STORE
of Union
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. WELL UNDERWAYBy he is liable for the occupational necessity of taking/ out additional -
City N. J., left for
their
respective T V Service CenterJ. PINES
THE BLUE
Richard Rains and daughter, the time this Is read homes Saturdaymornlni' license tax. insurance at the Air- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles the annual Rotary Swim- The fact that Fred Dodd port, estimated to cost Store &
after visiting for B. TIIIES Proprietor Package
all of JacksonvUle ming and also claimed exemption from
McCarty- Water Safety program around $282.Agreed .
two weeks with a mutual! SHOP LOUNGE
There were also three will: be about half over. the tax was brought up and: to rent the city'smower Authorized Motorola Fhilco COCKTAIL
cousin Mrs. S. E. McKay. Except
great uncles of Mrs. Rid- At this writing, the first les- Cot] and Mrs. Walter An- Anderson said that if Dodd to the Airport at soI'Lj Sales and Service Edith: Johnson Ownor Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M.

aught rand their wives': Mr. sons were off to a good start. drewsen and their two chil Service On All Make. Sunday Saturday Night
and !Mrs.\ E. B. Perry, Mr. Registering' the children wereMrs. Dance Every
dren. Lance and TV RADIO STEREO
Kathy of of Connie and
and Mrs. Calvin Perry, and Gordon Adams, and I Personal Music
Utah TV
Lehl. COLOR
arrived last week
HUMTJLKiY KEUFKAKN: Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Priest Perry, Mrs. Roy Watklns.!! A numberof I & Creative The Fireballs
for Work Guaranteed TV
a visit with Mrs. An-I I Rentals Hair 4 MILES EAST OF
Phone 413-4349 local ladies StylingIndividual
all of Melrose. are assisting "
drewsen's parents, Mr. and Kevitone heights 473-4631 HEIGHTS
Box:: 685 KEYSTONE
The Ridaught's three married the instructors, but
we are '
I '
Mrs.
John Bird. The Beauty Care E
Keystone Height, FUk daughters were on hand. not yet sure of all of the ,drewsens are former An'I'!'I' I Auto Sales & Service REAL ESTATE .
Form
names. Every of Beauty Culture
1 stoners, and Mrs.\ Andrew-
r As usual the Minnow claw I LAKE LOTS:
sen. the former Margaret SPRING MOTORS Open Tues.-Sat. V-S;
-the beginners! -Is the )
largest Bird, was reared In Keystone Lake Geneva ISSOO (Term4)Lake
We're Proud and will probably be divided Heights. Her husband, Andy. Closed Monday Brooklyn S3 OO (TernU)
into two sections!! _, is an advanced math teacher' Complete Service Si Parts TotVOLKSWAGEN Trailer LoU $500 up (TernU)
those who II Keyitona Height 473-4883 MORTGAGE BROKER:
t are afraid of thewater.
Of Our in a Salt Lake City High
( I and those who are School. "U It's For A Volkswagen APPRAISAL SERVICE

HI Fi not. Mrs. Marian Wyatt and We Have It." Electrical Sales] &: Service Auoclates:
Mr M. 4T3-4S1
I For safety's sake the children two children of Jacksonville Hgen.
I do not get wet until Always Plenty of Good Used Capt. R. Lovorn 473-4133
and :
MIss
Dorothy Collins of
RecordHigh I lessons!! start. And It is reassuring Daytona Beach all enjoyed I : Volkswagens In Stock Yeoman's Electrical S.E.McKay, Realtor

: I I Aid to know that a First the hospitality of Mr. and i i# 9 Green Cove Spring. 284-920 KEYSTONE HEIOHTSP1

I "Xpert is always standing Mrs. Bill Simeral on Brooklyn I Sales & Service 473-4918 ,_
by with _
an ambulance, and ) Lake over the weekend'

I necessary equipment. of the Fourth. I rj. 4'' AUTO SERVICE Frlgldalre Appliance I RESTA1JRANiBeidler's _.
Hats; off to the adults who
I I
Mrs Frank Jones is home May tal' Waahera
I are willing to learn along I Holiday
I from Alachua County Hospital KING'S Zenith and Motorola TV
with the youngsters. They ], feeling much much Slegler Heaters RestaurantUnder
are the ones who REALLY FEDDERSFLEXHERMETIC Service Station
II Improved, and, grateful to all I
New Own rahlp
want to learn I P. O. Box 166 MelroM
Fidelity to the interests of our depositors SMALL WORLDDEPARTMENT of her good friends who sent I USED CARS AT Phooo 475-271 GIL PAK'EDESFta !:
her cards. letters flower.. ___.
: !
I i'4oPr'
I is the principle which have BARGAIN Food Moderately y rl
on we and who came to visit. WHOLE-HOUSE PRICES (,
1
built our record! | The ether day. Miss Mar- I I NURSERY T DAYS WEE
I Ian Fitzpatrick. who is the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hamlln' ELECTRIC Fan DUnun T.aache -
slater of Mrs. Harold Sutton. and two daughters of Laka I AIR CONDITIONING AND ACETYLENE Ala Cart&-ltaI.. Food*

Equally proud are we of the records made was having lunch in a restaurant Worth, recently stayed over- : WELDING O.C.Carnes Nursery PIZZA PIES:

by our depositors in achieving: worthwhile! I in her home town of night with Mrs. Hamlin's, goes in fast. costs less I niway 1 90, Florahom*--23 1 Block BEER .

objectives through systematic saving, I Norfolk: Va., when her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. I MELRoSE: 475-J131 Mile SE of Starke JC1ITIITO'NOII!North ]of H'PIlThTn Rd' LlgM
I Joe ._
aided by our interest rate of 4% per cent. luncheon companion hap- Wallace. The Hamllns FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Nursery Stock Thousands !
were enroute to the I -
pened to see a friend who had North MELROSEAuto USED CARS
I Just returned from Florida. on vacation. I .. ",. I of Plants & Fruit" -

KEYSTONE STATE When asked if his trip had Mrs. Wallace's sister, Mrs.'I Redfearn Service Trees to choose from.Nice WE HAVE! GOOD
BANKI Appliances Shade Trees Evergreens!! Used Cars Truck
ban, a pleasant one be replied Isabelle Edwards of Jacksonville and :
Member F.DJ.C. I in the negative, sayingall has returned home Richard Jane, Prop. & Landscape Plants. All At Saving Price
Keystone Height, Ha. I he encountered was rain, after spending three days ,I I in containers-plant any- We'll Get It For T".n

"Your Friendly. Bank In Your Friendly rain, rain. Marian! spoke up with the Wallaces. ;,I 473-4252 I Former Owner J. L. Motors Ume. Camellias & azaleas. U We Dent Have It

and said she too had been in Lately several Vernon Buff
Community. unsightly/ Macclenny; I Let as do your landseapln. Garage
Florida and had a delightful old buildings have been re-jl KEYSTONE hEIGHTS FLA. I II Hwy. no Keytton .-.
time.. and delightful weath- (Continued on Nest' Page) '_ I MELROSE Phone 684-S68S 473- ..S7em





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,,''usn..JI'I..\" II.I IUIIU IIIt."I)FOKI) fOtlNTY TRMUJRAPII.: RTARKF1, Fr.onm"

.
;; to mills this ulnalnd,: preaching *

dim'-lili'iMrile)) i ol Talatku c Gainesville: : ) and Mclroso\ vl .- j Bible: Band TuesdayI

: EYSTONE und Mis! Gene Kepler ol DeI I.ting; both parents and : NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I I night.. Home Mission Thurs-

land; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. |I I trlem's. : COUNTY Let's GoGardening CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY day night. Tarrying service
Mr. and of Mr. and I
HILITES Welch of Waldo and Weekend guests WITH Friday night.

Mrs. Jerry Halverson of Indianapolis Mrs. Olynn Rothhammernd ': Come one) Come allt Elder

Ind. DUling the I family were Mr. and AGENT Ii D. R. Williams pastor: Sister
I Services will be held by thfourth <
onrrtjtztyFuneral
evening there was Hymn Mrs. William Dority and YoURWtt Clara B. Highland reporter
[From Preceding Fage] Mrs District president
singing. Debbie played the I daughters Sonja!! and Robin, services for Greater Allen Chapel AME

)vcd and new structures organ. Mr. Cason at 91 years I!:?f Hartsville. S. C.; Mr and By Hervey Slmrpe Editor Jennie CovlnKton. 74. wer' Mrs T J Richardson, ol Church: Sunday School. 10

ve taken their places. For and Mrs. Cason, joined in Mrs. C. R. Wesley, Miss Klorlilu Agricultural Ex- held at 4 p.m. Sunday in New High: ) Springs Our Northern a. m. Morning service at 11.

mths, we had watched the the finning. Nancy Wesley, Mrs Nancy tension Service Hope Baptist Church with Aieu president, Mrs. Olive All II III The choir Union will be held

3gr8s; of the new Com- Happy Anniversary to Rev Hudson of Gainesville: Mr I Rev. L. W. Mosley officiat Umy. will be present I at Lake Butler at 3 p. m. All
In the CXU1 I members me asked to attend
inity Church now It is! the and Mrs Al Steuart on July I :mi Mrs. L. C Thompson ing. Burial was : members and friends are invited .
out planned children. Mrs. Ella Jane plant are like people Fellows Cemetery near Hampton \ All officers al e asked Levy
w Shell! Station on Law- 9. Dinner was ;md Foliage I to attend. Rev
Ice Blvd. that commands but was called off because hilders. Terry and Cathy .they too, need a bath under direction of Chust- to pleu.se: wear white. Lennon host pastor. Evening

II interest and attention 01 Mrs. Steuart had to go to Easterlins of Eau Oallle : Plants won't tolerate a daily nut-Halle Funeral Home A -cpast: will be served. service bt 8. Prayer service Is

small daughter and me bed, ill with a virus. We hope Terry. Cathy, and Ella Jane scrub-down. but take on a Mrs CovlnKton died on July Fail i.ot to be present.-Mrs. hell:! each Thursday night at

st week. as we drove by toi Roe a.:: fast and full recovery. taypd: over for a week's vis-I healthy! luster with an occasional 8 at her home 2202 Paul Coilne' McNeil, president. 7:30.: Choir No. One rehearses *

the latest Improvements. Bill Roberson Is a patientIn It. Tuesday Peggy and leaf washing. Dirty foliage Street, Starke. She was a VISITING each first and third
unattractive especially member of New! Hope Baptist Rev C. H. Royal of Philadelphia -
Hos Is
"That's PRETTY the Bradford County reenu Rothhammer accom- Tuesday! nights
a said a
,
in the cityvLsltiK
otherwise spotless/ Church. Pa. was
lurch. Mamma! Well It pita >anlcd the Thompsons' home in an Junior Church meeting
five his mother. Mrs.
!
pretty enuf to be :a Rev. Case and his family I for' a week's visit. Klorlda room. Survivors Include will be held Friday. July 1$,
'urchl of Miami are staying a few I Mr and Mrs. J. H. Brun- If the leaves are heavy with: daughters, Mrs. Anna Cov- 'I Sopill) Royal, and other re- at 5 p. m, All Junior church:

days In their cottage on Lake sell; of St Petersburg and<.1 grime, use soapy water a soft ington. Mrs. Eulu Dt'Sue latlv-i, last week Rev. Roy- members are asked to be
Pvltch- cloth and a gentle touch. Mrs. Floience DeSue, Mrs al's visit was very enjoyable
Melrose Howard
Lilly. near Wr, and Mrs. prese.it and on time
Ca.se turned to Miami Rev'l ard and daughter. Rebecca' Rubbing too hard will cause Letha Pauls, all of Stinke. I ('in;ucii NEWS:

Melrose service of and Mrs. Alma Johnson 01' The week of August 1-12
I deliver Sunday's of Macon, Oa. were guests Injury
I is to retu'n here MonJay to tfr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Isen- csj't: Slightly dusty foliage will Lakeland.: : three sons. Percy the Baptist churches of Mt. TilE KKillT POINT for the
with aflannel both of Sinai will conduct a central
'. If polished and Lawrence.
join his family. >ower last week. jpurkle way you. write. Come la and
I ofRev. cloth Plant polishes StarUe. and Cumelliu of cumpil (n. The EvangelisticCrus'ide
[From Preceding 1'aifel!: Mi! and Mis E W. Eas- Janet Steuart daughter ( t \ elevt your favorite ESTRK-
lawn. Other guests! includ- I terllin." and family of Eau and Mrs. Albert Steu- ire available at the gurdan Lakeland. will result In many BROOK fountain pen. TELEI -

Mrs. I to Thlgpen and i Galll" spent the weekend In art accompanied her grandparents supply litOI''''. But before you SEll\'J't\1tS:; : people commit to Christ.!
I home to Tampa for 4 usa them be sure to read the Airman James E. Dell, son The meeting will be held
\
I week's vacation.Mr. Jlrectlons. of Mr. and Mrs H.oosevdt at Pleasant drove Baptist
a TERMITES
and Mrs. Andrew The proper watering of Dell of Route 2. Starke ,1ms Church near Keystone I I ARE

HERCULES Dunk and children of Miami plants Is more Important thangiving been assigned. to Stewart Air' Heights Rev. John P'I' DESTROYINGYOUR
,
them a bath. Too big in Tennessee Franklin. Director Evangel-
visited with her parents, Mr. Fore-.1 Base!
1 drink, none at all spells Air Force' Urn. \ HOME?
and Mrs. E. M. Robinson last i or after completing!
iveek'!nd. Mr. Dunk went on *t disaster In general, most basic training. A grannie of The Church Of God In

North and Mrs. Dunk and house plants require a RJE High School, he will 1 bt-< Christ invites the public to FREE
HOMES ip' 1 I
hlldren are staying on here I thorough soaking once a week. trained on the job as a vehicle attend a Soul-Saving and INSPECTION

for a longer visit. Sunday _...--- Don't use cold water, as It maintenance specialist heal'ng! Revival under the I

Mrs. Richard and W Brooker and he pointedout shocks the plant. A small with the Tactical Air Com direction! of Evangelist B. J. I _.
daughter. little
2 :3 I or 1 Bedroom Homes, Brick or Block: their When you brag a dash water frequently Woudard of Los Angeles,
and children ol are\ his field on corn and was of mand.Pvt..

j I }'114t VA and Conventional North Logston Little Rock Ark arrived offer a the challenge gate to you find out mighty well satisfied with It, makes the plant miserable.. Julius Britt son of\\1(Calif on N. Pine Street be- ...!!t. -
opening in the bottom 18,
\ soil of July
for a short visit. do have thatIs So with one 01 his several Often the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph BrItt I ILawh.V. Mlnnlnp Sunday.
just what you 'grandchildren of the container becomes dry, has been assigned. tithe :1966 Mrs Woodard:! also!
arrived Jacksonville .
\ "Build On Your Lot Or Ours"Payments Mr?. Nettl! H. Mann good. About three weeks ; 539 E. Call 964-3963!
wilt or
In Melrose recently after a = just that in regards spending: the week on the causing the plant to 101st Airborne DivlMonPhaa : ,works with her husband.
ago we <.ld took picture.. die Keeping the plant rootssoggy Viet Nam; Pvt We know you do not want
In South with farm we a Rang.
her
Per Mo. visit with son field of corn
As Low As $44.95 to a wi.n water will kll':' in I
Florida. Her granddaughter, Crawford. Freddie Wat- Young Adley Brooker Is en- Brltt entered the Army
Cecil -
Is the week eating peas,, them. November 1965 and completed -
of Jacksonville I others joying
Lane Ave. So.Jacksonville Patricia first and ,
Phone 771-6815(; 373 terson was Most: foliage plants gr' w Jrt
tomatoes,, at
I visiting/ with her for several lollowed. The trouble la coin, butter beans basic training Florida
i I Fla. weeks. Last week MrsMann's .\ have to all the okra. brown shell eggs, fried well at temperatures between Bennlng. Ga.NOTICE Serving

i I : granddaughter, Nancy that I can't get and chicken coin bread, biscuit,,, 60 and 70 degrees.Therefore I : The Jim Walter ,- Sine* 1950
picture
Convenience get a
to
will call at places in summer pro.tact
Salesman your Cox' and Nancy's friend syrup, honey and maybe some Corporation has a nice 2
information.
lltile from being & ; g1-
'a the C
oi plants I ,. .
from the surplus forsale.
I Sue Dukes of Jacksonville Tuesday I was with Mr. E clabber 1111 bedroom house In Lawtev tg ,
broiled alive by sun. rays.
came for several days visit i sweet milk, and maybe doing the pla.1iroots Directions: Take 301 to .., --. ... ....
don't roast .. .. .
-
winter -
little bit of work. Thereis 225. '
Virvile Rowe celebrated his I just a Lawtey. turn right on
contain
BUSH'S U-liAUL TRAILERS birthday Sunday at his nothing like a week on the by placing the Oo to 2nd road, turn rluht. I
. Holt, minister: Mrs with the er on a radiator. Mr& I.uene CorAoHyRepresentative
especially
, home. One of his gifts was A. C. farm and RO three-tenths mile turn

' KENT TO CO ANY PI.ACEFSHERk'ENS no surprise. His wife. Joyce I George Camovft. organist Brooker family. Yes we dc Plants that are also like like their peop.ein foi'l)' left:; 1st house on right Only Godwin IBM

had bought him a radio earlier Sunday School 9:30 a. m have some good corn in our they interval $50 down and balance like Tffl| Welcomes
Worship 11 *. m Is anothel'exam served at regular
in the week and their ; Morning county. This corn rent. Call 388-0161. Jacksonville -

son. Danny. 3 years oldcouldn't ,,' [Nurst'" open both hours 3.Epl ]3. le of good management The best in suggestion follow on the ceding due-: I Fin.RECREATION, Ph. 964-5321 pF Y.U and Your
to
resist telling him in good use of lime and fer plants Use : ; NEWS 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
container. u
ial the
I c)* lions on
that he was getting a radio., St. Aixne'a Rev. Tli> manager of Reno Recreation Starke New Horn

Cake and ice cream was en- Worstall. vicar; R. O. Copeland I have !given lots of fatherly powder foim. Is grateful for the
advice' over a number ol
Joyed by all. organist. If there are no directions splendid cooperation that I

Morning. Prayer and Sermon week years. I During have received the past lots few ol on the container, mix one has been given by the parents Mr- The State of Florida J-

2nd and 4th Sundays teaspoon of a complete garden and teenasers Feel Welcome and
You
grandpapa advice.An To Make
Desire
for each It Is Our
open. i i in 01 Jackson Is hoping
ONE STOP SERVICEONE 9:30 a.. m. nursery fertilizer one quart
W : event In the Methodist and teenager alike to You With Your City.
parent To Acquaint
THE BEST IN FLORIDA Holy Eucharist and sermon1st water. Apply this strength solution
OF Chuh; this Fiiday, July 15, the efforts -
to support
A continue
when and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: every two to four weeks.
I-arthworns
Why drive all ltu, h'.s ( ulf Service and D M. t nursery openl. Churcl. University of Florida Agricultural If are new in the area, a phone
J.
at Pa you
you always find plenty > < First Baptist' Rev. School. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eucharist of a new life for Experiment: Stations. the youth. He is on vacation

U-Haul Trailers Bowen, pastor. ; Ralph Cop- pa. Of course one thing I've for week and we hope prompt visit .
Sunday. prw
8 a. m. each researchers give these tips on call will bring you a
-j O land, organist. Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. :M heard many times is that you diagnosing plant troubles, h e wil\J\, >ave an enjoyable !

of Fishing Worship services : Sunday each Sunday EYC 6'J: : P. M are not loosing you an Brown tips or burned margins tlll1.4b....,... from your local hostess. Pleat give
.: A Stock of $6,000 Worth 7:30 m. (n'.I1"88r1open gaining and I guess that! AUXILIARY
: "
11 a. m. p. each Sunday. to leaves. mean too much fer LKfilOM and
: manytree
t; Wednesday. 7:30: p. m right I've been told also) bj will be a joint Installation I her a call! She has maps
Your )
Tackle Priced To Fit Dolly offices of Morning I tilizer. You've let the plant There ,
Sunday SctiooJ< 9:45: a. m, and Evening- Prayer. 8:00: A.. a number of friend that roots dry out, or you've let for the American and wonderful gifts for you
Pocket Book. Training Union they are coming to see the Posts 314
, nursery open) M. and 5:00: P. M. the plant become wind- burn- LeRliin Auxiliaries I
and also to see how
6:30: p. m. [nursery open] wedding ed. and 306 of Gainesville held from local businesses.
. O Presbvterian r walk and act and if I can Monday
and of I at RJE cafetorlum
Yellowing dropping
GET YOUR LAWN MOWERS OtTTHOAUD Catholic Faith Piesuyteilan Church limit my words during the Boll night, July 18, at 8 o'clock '
indicate
l\IOTOItH-C'AItS{ ANI I TRUCKS FIXED! J ATBush's St. Williams-Fr. Edward A -Rev. J. R Neule Jl mln- cciemony. to just the five I leaves or gas,

Klrby. priest in charge. Mrs. Ister; Mri W A Wallace organist am supposed to say. fumes over-watering poor I I _- -- .-.- .. .,- _____ __"A
E A. Lamm organist. ; Mrs. Carl tiwl.sher: / In all seriousness, we are drainage, or pour soil ueiatlon. ;-:": -- ." tITTt [ __: -T
Shop
Small leaves suggest tight or
,
Spc.rt Sunday-Mass. 7:30: a. m. organist. all happy about the occasion.

Monday Inquiry Class, 1 1 summer Sunday' School, 9.4* .. m Tills may not be the most heavy Hull mixture luck of If you like going _
not moisture. o
fertilizer enough f
j Benediction or
Gulf Service & U-Haul Trailer p. m. Novena and Morning Worship!. 11 a. In appropriate; way or place to
this
7-30 p m. Suifcluy! I INiiriifcry open bothhours. .. let it be known, but we are "first class" you'll like

2 Blocks!' N. on ::101)! Phone !00 1-7361: _Interdrmonlnatloimlfirtnmunltv .! all mighty proud and thankful Weak growth or light gieun Traveler.
color on otherwise healthy foliage
Dr for all the deeds-: of recognition SMITH-CORONA
f'hurrh( _
friendship and kindness perhaps Indicates too ,. _
that lAnds and we. have much light, lack of fertilizer > {

experienced." The welcome root-rot or poor root systems : :

door Is open at the First Yellowing wilting or soft rhfl I IEL.

..rv--","" Methodist evening.Church this Friday growth root inturv.means too much heator I r __


f I Now for a little agricultural Small leaves and long Internodes -
.Cole PT [ are signs that the plantsare
] SUSPENSION FILES. business. We have beer
FULL
having growing with too little
,. i dointt some talking and -
-. light or the temperature la I
I 11
about
drawers lots of requests
Smooth
2.5" mere filing capacity. gliding planting! Gulf Rye Grass for too high for the plant.If I

toll qnfotfy at the mere touch of a finger. Easy to operate! I ( ow pasture this fall. Fourteen you are j just starting. .'

and rods. Oj'jp J house plant project, here 'ire :
qufppad with tide lock compressors guide of our cattlemen visited
contain.
some suggestions on
Heavy gauge steel. Built to last a lifetime. Mist Groen" $ rve: crass pastures in Clay ers: i
I County this past May. The
Oliv. Graan Desert Sand, Sahara Brown or Cray. 2J rr= 1 ] grass had been planted) first Wooden tubs are excellent .

j 4 week in October last year and since wood prevents rapid, dry. / .

TWO DRAWER..De* Heightk. I had furnished good rich grazIng ing out of the soil. Jrmllnieiti.

SIn! Wide H.gh. !... ',''t.IIITH\ loot all winter. Absolutely the usually lack drainage holm, _
which may cause a watering!
best winter feed we
program
:Z02-Letter Size ,,..,...14"s" 28" 24"' $47.85 $53.85 f :102.18-Latter Sis. .._I4' 26" 17" 43,75 49.75 Meadow Brook Farms around and can be painted to blen.1. I

:2O2-lb-4stter5z14's" 28" 17" 46.75 52.7502Legal I _ Penney Farms and was su- with the colors In the patio.

Size ........17fi" 28" 24" 51.70 57.70 I II I pervi.-ed bv Bob Hogarth. Brass and copper are iden:
D
I % We are getting all. the Information for table and mantle arrange

tHREE CRAWER..Counler Height M<. > : we can think ol ments. But as these containers

"' 57.75 69.50 ji .: h'" = J JOJL.gal II Might are Usually ennui p.ty
2O3-t.fterSz. _....i4' .cO' 26' : from Mr. Hogarth. aay .
Q. f) :, careful attention to water and
67.10 7'.85 that he seems happy to talk ) -
Siz. "_...IHa" 401i" 5jS .- I fertilizer. ___ :t
ft. about the and _
I '-- I to us program, _
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suggests several things absolutely Soil Is very Important for
( -
pout DRAWER 71.00 "' ,, ,, .g ts1 essential In expecting house plants. Since they must CLASSIC8 1

'OA-.elter! Size _..Hia" 521." 26I" 58i3 I a good program. Things like survive on. a very small amount I

04-Legal Size ........11 ."' 52W'' 261. 76,8.5 19.60 ;';, 1.q soil testing proper liming and give them the bent soil mixture bySMITH-CORONA'
available. There is nt"> (
and then watchIng \
feitlllzlng
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a. .
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rivi DRAWER..Say" :.s% Floor Space ::., -, -4 I / your grass! for proper application best mixture. However. a longtime This broadshouldered portable outperforms everything In Its *, .

205-Letler Size ,14" 60"" 26'i" 87.40 101. a t M :;iJL'wal : r, of other good man- favorite for many of homeowners t.vo' das*. Ifs handsome, versatile, easygoing and built for tIIM.TIe J.,

fO"" 261. 9.1.95 06.70 r-: ,f agement practices. We want is u. mixture I C extra duty at home and office.CHANGEABLE. ,
Sae ........17h" gill'I
I part
and one .
to talk to you If you are Interested parts peat I ,-.I' "IIN ., t
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l............... in this type of pro- den loam noil. pla'1t"i i -. .,,_. u______,_ .. .-__-..-..[_ -- ..-.-_- a--' ---- -' 1
--....... gram for winter feed. Gulf If you are hunting for
rye grass U not new to us that take little care aid will i TYPE '. 40 optional special accents!
.
The Mr. Hogarth handles much abuse c .isld | ,
withstand
way .. and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custcm
.Cofe'* STIIt DISK!: TRAYS it is new tq us. If we da er such plans as Bromelluds, \. I /

Interlocks' Into mu'l'ple' tiari, P"t. .. any of It we want to do It Dracaena, :Monstera Pepero- ,. 4. _. __J keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive acts.y 14

..r (..t. Milt Gretn, Glirt Geen, I1II,1 Col,,'* STEEl right. We are going to have mla or Sanaevlerla. TheRe low|I. -'::: I JEWELED MAIN BEARING for fang-lasting; tao
mind
Cci.rt) Sand Saiaha!: Brown erCele \ a good number of plantings. plants don't /seem to I and
SORTERS
; Gray. DESK light intensity or war mdryjrooms. I tory-new precision performance ,

K..p cUik ord.rfy. 3Itti.r DODO COMMISSIONED I KING SIZE CARRIAGE two inches longer than most, for extra big.
U. camparNm HOSPITAL( BOARD In full
SINGLE TRAYVacfi + : ON Plants that will grow and sheets. ****
ach 2" wid.tih like reports charts ledger dOjfpfia&w- {
Dot. nt Secretary:: of State Ton sunlight include Codlueum typing jobs, ,

"129 4' L.Sit"*.'..,...,$J: .60.?__.$3.40: mk 45 HILPFUL HEADINGS FREE WITH!! E\CIf'TP.AYI lab.l hr'd.n. Con Adams has announced the Dracaena Flcus. Phllodendrum HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no added coat...

140 Ugal _. 3,15._ :3.6O.o", alia b. ui d lot legal commissioning of W. J. selloum and San.ievierla. Plants

.- li! pap.,,. 10V w, si Dodd. Sr. of 1211 Bradford that will tolerate dry soils COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL

TWO TIER TRAY' ..-::::: THREE. TIER.,. TRADNo. S.t SVh, ll'.i"d. Rubb.r COlOBSlOray Street as a member of th
_;- ,k. 5.f$7.9J T5 _-- 329 l.n.r 5 $11.39 f..t f protect d.ftiu ttit> Gr...., Oliv.' Gr..n, Board of Trustees Bradford l Peperonla Sansevierla and Only' $101.59AefceA

221';' Lott.' 340 Ugal 13.05 No. 122.3 .........$6.50 Dflftt, iavtr Sahara Irew Countv Hospital Corporation' Sclndapsua. ,
Tax
2.40 Lsgc4. .AS Pitac
h # Dr. Djdd will succeed th:\

late S E. Sparks as a member THE RIGUT POINT fur the

of the board. way you trite Come In und BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Telegraph
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FOIHITEEN: n. n'P'OftD cotm-TY" T1'11P.nRAPIf. HTAHKW.' nnn TIIt1'1tMnAT, ,JULY u. 1988



r.// ter. Mrs Wlllrne Green of M<'Irose. Mr Ernest Freeman fis visited their niece. Miss Missp.s Dann!' Lowe and PattlMcBuinett UlKdfnrd Counly. Kloi.Idu. upon -1 Harriet 111111"I'wood i t/t-vov TOtlNTS' H411.HI:1.411, : I. J. U Tnmlh'Mun. l anh

Jacksonville and her daugh- of Jacksonville and Mr. and Charlene Moye in Baptist of Jacksonville.Mr. proof of pull'I "t Ion nf thin Cn.Exu'lnl'll. of 'the 1 IjBlnt. ** of lei, uf the .febuvtt. imiuvil" btI.i l
notice tim" flntlllnim nnirio" nf Ann Uniii"i I'uimd, HlHuull I ci cseas- TOTAr.IIARn.tTIEB do .Hulninnly SWPUI/ tluit, this vPtirt "
RAIFORD tei-in-a: MI's. Warren Uer- Mia Emory Jones of Mac- Hospital In Jacksonville and Mia Hughey\ Austin The Qrecn Back Company (not dAlvron. AND CAPITAL AC- f>f LOIlditlON, lH tl.UU UIH

I shey and sons LaITY Clinton | clenny Mr. and Mis A M Mondiy( night. i and her brother, Johnny 'Ino), DOWest. :Muillson, lit., <*. f'rifvattAltornoy ,_.ot I.N1M 1IlIio.I 211.:111: Lori.'ei"t. to I the h8Ht tif miii

and Ronnie Fieeman 01 Lake Jones and Janice of Starke.A. Mr. and Mis Elvln: Shadd Tucker. were weekend visitors Stark. riaClaiKM ul IMV knuwlt'tliro and boll"r.e"r.t..I .
5U1'P..t. ktfyHttuii' lIulichiH, KluilUa J. II:. TuinlliiMoi,, ,
Br Mr. Earl Dobhs Butler i Crow eon, :
I I M Jones of Stnikc and visltej his brother and family. of Mrs. Alice Austin and Madison Ht "Sttaike' Kin. .01| AUoincnr I I l.Klulo, MemurandaAveiuve M (1 1)h'7NM.tIti" :I Ii
Phone 49 -2fi01 Friends of Mrs RUby Ros- Earl Dobbs visited relativesIn Mi and MI's. Dave Shaddin Mis BrYAnt Redding owner 7/14 tt S/4 ..r totS I dipoxltv '- C. K HlbltN! WyM.L,

............A..............I IOut' lei will regret! to learn that hawthorne Sunday aftei- I Lacuochee Sunday. Mr. and Mis Hiram Ben- Uuieil' Itilx' :Sttih. day. of limp "'"d..r.for. the I 15..,, lIng H Ij. Fl.l-.K! .III.Dir.otore' .
A, n 10HU' at Htarka, 1t'aHord, "" fliiya < -
orIllltl
ft ipoii'i': in' C'l<0'U'I'ln\
she Is a patient In King noon. James Norman of Lawtey nett and children were County lorldu. Ill h, tall date tl.w 2ll( I).OUAveraxro State of Florida
to "Plonlnk BANK" ATIlkllKI'
deepest sympathy Memorial Hospital We pray Mi'a, JoAnn Wilkinson and visited his grandmother, : among among those from 8/21: 4t 7/14 "" :." OK irillKH':. 1% of total lomm... County; Sworn of to Bradford and nubacrlbad Bit* *>.-
Mrs. W W. Altman and rela- .
for her a speedy: leroveiv dauglitrr Rhoda Ann. were Mrs. Vaner Rosier last week. Highland: : Baptist Church Tim nrtiia or.* FlORIDA for tile II; inlendaiduyH forv in** tub.. fill tiny. of Juir.iiiu >
tives the death of her AT THU ( ..O!!... 01"III eiidinir with ,
on 8'1'8 t'I'i' : OS. 1.1111111) U unil I In-ruby. nitlfy" thaI, '
Mrs Sheila Yarbiouith Is Saturrt.r: overnight guests of Donald Rosier spent last who attended homecomingat *41" '.MM OJl' M.!: .III. lllllll. uill dati. ::1.1:i II,OUS.00 .. .
husband May God comfort >"'> I nni nut nil .frl '" or dlicLtutof
her and the week in Jacksonville with hismotht'l' .AutCUHI flotilla Nhoun in Item,
sister family Home
spendt this: week at Trinity Garden Baptist 0.11' n' HI::1'11 fruit: Cli"a'r.tl'l. UN thia hunk
I :you' In your SOI'rOW.Mr | hiilmucN I "I'' I h other 7 Of 'VHMBtM. all,
and Mis Robert L. Youth Camp in Keystone! Mike Dobbs family.Mr. Mrs Florine Wah- Church In Jacksonville. Rev. ')) hiinkH. ,and I la.h Iteinv' after ,didiutlon.. ..r I lHi-H.ll" UOltiriTV .1.I SI MKItniT'lN' :
Jimmie KNOW:: \"I l'!. that I. TOMXDAMt 1 In collection .. I lulill.. MIHIH. ..r riorliln
Taulkner of Jacksonville( Heights She will return Saturday and Mia Lawley Clews len.Mr. Walker was foimer- I Soircniiy of Mliitiof process of VII. I....11"( .. rcst'usof :N': y ,
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ifll'JIIi.MKJAIled laHloll IXUIIUH '
and Mis. M. M. Orlffla ly My ion M
afteinoonMre pastor of that rhinrh .I.l.al.:
left Monday to visit relatives or KlnrlilH., .
'ere Thursday guests of Mis I Ilts Htiltt' I clu h..rA'hy ( fltatftc Government bar 'II: I II'UK.: and family Mary Freeman had a.\ at Jickbonville\ Beach. had tu guests Sunday. Mr Mr. and Mrs William C. iffl*'' mHke tlmt, Hpi'dalt'llmnrv \ obligations dlrtct and
Ruby Yarbroush and Mrs Harlls Ellingtonand Black of Warrlnrcton. Pivot limn will !be held KU.irantt.vd', J.M.1I1J5'ObllBitloni ; : !
Mr. andIrs.: Howal'dReglst"r and
guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. In Himlloirt, (Coiintv, on Tuesday of States and .
John Freeman and children, and family of Lake children Paulette and Mr. and! Mrs. dishing and jMi If ni>t 2 .end, If IKTPBS-. pulltlcal' sub- ,

Mrs. Mary Freeman had a.> Ferrel. Timmie and Jenny of City vl-ited her pArents. Mr: and Rlckie of Lake Butler daughieis' of Tallahassee II ry, a Hi't-onil" I si>tflul I pihmirv, (I I "I'i''lii' 1:,"al.:I i:ID >11>1 IOther I I"ollnla i '

I guest Tnursday her daugh- and MIs. Earl Dobbs Wednesday and Darlene Starling of were last week visitors of Mr. .'i.c. '111.11 on liienila. Auifiixt .> ani and dla- I CAR SHOPPING
1 16. ::1.1 I 1411* .IIH..r.11: I IBank
Starke and Mis. M. L. Turner. Mi Tlv' wiiepial Prlmnrv UHI-: 1 prenilHeHfuinltilre. .

:Miss Patsy Sweat of Jackson Mrs Thelma Brannon of and :Mrs. J. C. Hughes and: I tl"'IIM in'* In'I nit. held\ for I tluipoH .and flv-, MONEY WORRIESYou

Hie visited her parents Lake City visited her sister. Geraldine! of Pensacola are I"Ii ''* ..C weliMtlnir. I not, I Ii....si turns, ,iI. otlni' an- | MINUS
STARKE NURSING HOME Mrs. W. B. Monday vlsltlni "r I i.<.<,<,Hriil iesl l imlltlcnl. I I I tmrtleahi pets relrescntIlIgI .
Bloodwoith. this
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week, On
Mi and Mrs Mack Sweat at Mon- ,
to "'"'mm> "ILlII\\Ilitti.H( I In I llu I...it Is Ill'l'lll let's 21".2'/I.H! / I
the Stale Farm Sunday:! day the Hughes and Mrs ( "'lictfil PleLtlon:' on Novtinlni. Real Fatat owned other
808() S. COLLEY ROAD Mr and Mrs Michael< Mr, and Mrs Gerald Oilffls Tuinc-r' visited Mr and Mrs. x. |!'HID I for I the ,rfps..... of .1 Inilueof I than, hunk priinlHiH Jt: 1 1'1'! I can leave all money worries behind
111" "OlHtrlit' Court, of \l>- Other AK.eti.' II "ill! i iI iS1I.TS SIC. I for
Dobbs and chlldien. Paula and children Debbie and Bill Lee at Neptune Pi>achno pinl r.'l rst Apnfllntb Dlnirlittin when you !shop a cur by leavingthe

Phone 969-1271 Sturke, Fla.J. and Milre. attended DuPont's Mike. were business visitorsin ( AIi) 1'uT"I. \ : .0. "'iTt I !'I '!1"I FINANCING to usI!

annual 1 picnic at Klngsley! Gainesville Saturday. .u." T nv "O..DI'I'IO"" orirrtrn o II x-n iintliT' my lianil lAnd i
(I\VNI'ry t thti Omit. Sial .vt the State nf
1. \\r IIHTVO ('OIllI.h'le| nursing. ; witlo,* fur. lulultH of. Lake and later they visited Miss Beth Dobbs and Mrs. oil M"'nKI. '* IHH' "4'11K'1'11I Finikin, at TallHliiisfo" .. I the l.laklllll. I 'Ihis( means that you can "play the

all MRPN./ :Mr and Mrs Wayne Jones Marty Clemons were business OF ....ORln AT THBHH CLOSlD Capital thin the Flmt day. of Demand d.posIIa of In4lvldualH I field" compare values right and left
and Kingsley visitors In Lake City Tuesday 0' nl MI\I': ; 0% 41K, : :.10 July A. I).. 110(1Tom ( partnership. **
family on IIHUI'' AdmitaSiuielnry an I < oiporatlonn I I.USK$ ,"I.I.41 l check all "deals to get the best value.

2.V> Imvo. K.N.:. anil I.I'.N'ii. on duly 21 1 hoim, Lake Mr. and Mrs Jack Cason Friends of Mizell Oreen Cash balanrei AutTtm with other Of 7/7 fMiile, 31 7/J. Time of Individual and l Mavlnwt. .. partner.
a day. of Jacksonville visited Mrs. will regret to learn that he bnnkn In and. ca.h Item hlim.. and oorporatkina finance your purchase at the lowest possible -
process of colI' <
:I.OlII,4U.:| I !H
AllcCason/ and Theodore ,' Is a patient In Gainesville "<'t''<.>n "HI1'il: .n4 I-V 'I'll"I'* ('01 M'V .1 I IK.I"WI : })."l o.lt. of United Stat.. cost on the most convenient: terms
Medical Center In Oainesvlle. tJnltytl flutes flovernmont I ('01 H'l' l'"u loll lllftlB- aovernm 81.I 711::.711Oepoalt :
3. We hat our own X.ray amt lirnnrntory.' (:Mr. Rosier. While here they visIted obllratloim. direct end KOHI) ('li''i'1'I I*'I.OH I III.\ of State. right here.lieginjour.

tlmnmt" Monrrli'f IH. our full time llfKntiMl' 'N'I linlclan Mis Rosier In King We pray he recovers speedly, VII.".". iranleiMl, ?'.I.I1'N..ON.IIIII. !i I( 1! l'\ PIIOII \,1 I |] *'||1.81 >0. 1-:1.1: and political ,
(
r loa nM and ubillvlHlonH I I 1 1..2.' |110.1''
Memorial Hospital. Airman Daniel Crews ofOrlanlo I In K":
). I ill...".>unt I 1. i.no1)1: : ) The KHtate: uf Certified. and Officer' : car shopping by stopping in
Misses! Sharon Sheila and visited his parents, Dunk premlnnn. furniture Ann lriuITtt.ood FlinHt.II I. 4'llHlkH. it,'. 2..1 l.'li\ to get all the facts and figures about our
Son.li Yoiborounh were week Mr and Mrs. Lawtey Crews nml rivliin' .. 1t."N"d. TOTAl DEPOSITS I B'.<..I'2"! I 12 I
4. Vie are llrenttxl" for !no .bv.>d.. by tin Stale' IIi>,ard end nuosts of Mr. and Mrs ,. at the State Prison this I aol other HMHMNri '011413' 'Ilk I'III.1)11! 'Oils' IA) Tnlnl' IteinaniiieinHltn auto loans l You'll be glad you did!

Health License Nu. 2. weekend >i,i','Hi>ntliilr I hi,.ii IciPr"iiI..p All tm.itorM 1 of tin' i CHtatn: i"fnii I | 2,11111.0811.111'( I
of Robeit L Faulkner of Jack- (B) Total time .andHatlllKX I
7 .i>mi. .SH.oil .\I I'l.II'rwIIltlt, I 111"11" I, tl* t't'UMi -
sonville They returned home The Mary and Joe Dobbs I I.fHl I ANte I.. ll\\''|u.I| .,(1 I. .at<* h..r..Io"ut, ; 1f1",1<1 nml rcqulre I UlpOHltN ::1.:111.211.1:1: I I 1 I :I Fast Service Convenient Terms
nthor than l bank I ,l I to flic InhiiH d.- Other llulillltlvH I Itl I I ,:Hi:, si I
after < "r
Sunciiy: afternoon a Family Reunion will be held allY I
5.'f huve modern..
H IirrIriuf| bulUflug ith central I irs.inlppp' ).-. noI inn ml H w liltli they sony. have
alr.contlltlon..r< and heut. very enjoyable! weekend at Stiickland's on Kingsley Other AtmetM :I,HUT.on' against, Mild tHtate In the of- TOTA1KIABIUTICM. ,, Will Be Arranged.
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M1'3. Leah Crlbbs of Lake Lake Sunday July 17. All --- flee of tlM" {""UII'Y, Jtnl.">cA of

'. Butler visited Mrs. Lynn Mc- relathec and lends are Invited TOTH.SHr'T: >c :i.512.2l'i.in Rradford. (Poiintv; Ptorliln! In I,
the of>urthi,U8M at Stark,*, Kloiclu. <'nl.ltnl ,%4l'SlUaIS
S.'e within two block of tho Bradford
are (UIIO' Rae Monday afternoon. to attend. A basket! .. hOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED
lillillltlex < within nix ,dleiulHi, tnonthH, Capital', OoiiiinonHtoi -
ty lIotIplt8'l. Mis Annie Maude Crews lunch will be served at one nmand d"ponj|.. of In4l.vlrtu from. tile, <).Htc* of tile flrat pub-' K:, tutal I par
of the State Farm was a o'clockLAWTEY. "l... partnership.. 1U'Htlon of thin nnth'e. Kac.li VMlUI-. \ flDUVIMIUONu "
ami ('ui i ,poriithtnt I H<"::1 i.mifj us ..
: Rhari'M authoi
<'h.lln I "or iI"8nd tniii t be In The State BankOF
busln'!"s visitor In Gaines- Tlrnn' and Community
'7. \\e! hate H linn! !staff of Hoitnrn rvtug the of savings deposit writing"" and mut' tttatt' tin 'lxid I 12'iiooi *'
ville :Monday! mornlncc 'vvyvvvyyyy w yyyyyyv'v .hliis Individual, and partner- pint t. fif rualtlt. ..v. ami hu.ptu't- : >. Milan1 'ut-

Homo. Miss Audrey Shadd and .... corporatlon -| ,.I 77.008.1111| fit'tiid'l la'.*HH of tin (..In. I him. nt pta nil In* I J.Dill") )
Mrs. Linda Mazola spent Deposit of I'nltad States HID! iiiuvt, I lit. HW4M,'n ti.. bv the Hulplun 4 -.oO"' i I'i irndllilid STARKE
Oovpinment' iHininitt, hit utr. .nt "r his Ht l.rofltt. 'III.".,-
j | 715 10 .
8. We are V.A. upprnved. Friday niizht In Gainesville Dltpnalt of Klutei and p. ) tornunt I ,. I It I will I I I I iujtointnld 1 Ui) .tr..M Tt MI 'il MEMBER: F. D. I. C.

as guests of Mr and Mis litical, BUhdlMH.I" "l'c..rd I II nit t tn I law j
Joe Fal'-' By Enia D'unchar "" 1 1lmS.I.: IIIxDoalts Ma I') L'ti.toi'ia. ,,'oh,I t.lii..,I.e I TOTAL CAPITAL AC- I1'
0. We' are IsI'procil. l by th, !Mate' WrUueCI'n..y., of i.ni-, I
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Mr end Mrs. M M Griffis ... .... ....A..A. ----
nii'i" ii.l I
Imiikx j tfiiioniio' t.a --' ---. --- -
visited their son and family Re.l"el 1 services at the Certified and officer' -
10. He will .b., certlHwl under MmlUitre. the Keith Orlffls' In Mac- llHLkH, .t." aJN211.1r.:|
'Chinch of God began
Monday T01'nl'I'U"'IT': '" ,i-itj.ji'i!'
clenny Saturday nhlhl. at 7:30: p. m. and will (A ) Tntnl' demandtlemiHlt. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAir
There will be a meeting ofRaifoid |.oil) I.tp.I' I',
11. He! are large enough to icNu all nurnlnR: M<'rl continue each evening (ID) Tola I tlm.", HnilMllVlllVH

,.l<.i-n. that un lulult may need" hilt Kiiurll enough ( First Baptist ChurchWomans' through Sunday July 24. ,' fltlHIHltM i 2.'>>IIII: ,533 4.Ii

to provide a family atmoMphere. Missionary Society The public i is cordially invited l>tll or I ll.l.bllltlfM'l, I I I .711..((11TOTA1 ,
Wednesday night July 20 at l. *

7 o dork ..1.\1i114'I'l i'i4:' :,Itllll2. !, ,?;
Grace Methodist Sun- Conditioning-Heating Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
12. Mr. J. II. Monrrlef"" I. In charge of complete",' lul. Mis Ehyrell Crawford of i
day School) 9:45: a. m. Worship r.npl.1 Aesouasu
oratory and x-ray fiullllleti.. ",. Laboratory' No. L2$. Stare! attended church Sun- 11 a. m and 8 p. m Common H..., l I. I tnnitpur I RUSS PIKER POWELL'S

day night with Mrs. Gerald Pray.Circle Monday 9 a. Capital value $1190.000 100,000.00 I Cherry'sGainesville Hancock Office

OHM!.? and children m. MYP Wednesday Sam. .So Kluires mi.thnrlxvd Authorized Alrtemp Beauty Academy 's Most Fashionable"
CALL WRITE OR COME BY Mrs Mary Mott and MissOeraldire 2i'>')i'>' Heating & Air Conditioning. Your'I' EQUIPMENT( :
Fh.. t Baptist Sunday Learn a Profeaiio In Address For LadiesDIIESSESSt'ITS'O
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\i;".Mlei'* *< outHtunillnMT SHEET METAL
AND VISIT WITH US. B. Blooduorth Reddish in visited Bradford W. School lt> a. m, Worship 11 :2UUIItoin Rewidrntal Commercial I Spare Time. Full or Part TlmDY j .8TS Sniith.Corona-Authorized

a. m. and 8pm.: Training ,'plu! K-,.nun un, Dealer
County Hospital Monday Union 7pm. Midweek I'ndlvldtri profits 2:120:: 8'' -Industrial I & FVKMNO': CLASSES! '
serv- M.\TtHMTYK.R CI.1ry.ktorTotall"Adding
Lawton afternoon. ---- Sale",*-Installation-Service
It. Thomas Owner-Administrator Low Tuition Terms
rf>. ices Wednesday 8pm, TOTAl rAPITAL I Machlnea.! Calculators.
Mr and Mrs K..r>:.-conner "' 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th AveOulneatUIa I ACCESSORIES:
Church of God Sunday! ACCOl 1;.N: I STOTAL :Jlu t I .:i Ijn.H'l'
Mrs. Gertrude Kauffman-As.st. Administrator met Charles Bloodwoith of School Gainesville 372-0714 I II SALES -SERVICE- :RErfTALB!
10
a. m. Worship 11 MA mUTHS! 378-3766 W University Gainesville
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Oklahoma in Lake Friday ,7
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City -
a. m and 7:30 YPE AVI: CAPllAi.
: m.
p. ,
n'Kht'! He will be visiting Al'( (11'\1': I >> ::1NI2,2I:1H! I : > I SAVE TIME: Discuss! your
Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones his brother W B Blood- Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer M.mnrnuf.Avrace CHAIN SAWS I :MOBILE hOMESMUSTANG: requirements with us first.
meeting Friday 8pm. or toinll. AUTO SALES&SERVICE
worth for several days. Hlphland\ Baptist Bun- (l.. ,,po-lts r.,|. the I ISt ;; 528 N Main st. Gainesville
I .Hll'lllllir A. & J. Saw
Mr and Mrs. Mallle GritrTTr lll\H vllllin -
School 376-S3S1
day 9-43: Worship 11a. Phone
.
., wiiii I inn lute :I.MIH.IM: JEEP
m. and 7:30: p. m. Player Avs''a,'. tI'' I'nl' & Mower Co.
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p .loHIIH. r,".' till. iissi'tiiir :; Family of 4 Wheel Drive Mobile Homes Inc.
. ,- __ .. Joe Anderson. Mgr. ,
d's "'uil
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;
: ; __ ', m. Choir practice Saturday RAMBLERAmeiIcas PAINT & GLASS
I ln. \vllh I I mil .ilHtr I 1.IIII1.r.n.HIII.OD : *
7:30: p. m. n" .. shown above Homelite Chain Sawn 0Id"III"8, UIt'fluntlabile:
- ar.
I WE WANT TO BE Finest Economy CarSLES
-" YjI' Mr. end Mis. Glenn ShutOI'd after deductions of lloni Salt's Lot.
SALES Si SERVICE!:
,. SERVICE
valuation AND
.' i. and children visited of react %IM I Vol'ime purchases for our en- Liddell Paint &

WASHED ELECTRICALLY ) ,.'',' 'I''' relatives in Jonesboro and 1. Mumn, I |I. Miller.ar..K.\4Hlsliint 11.6:1:-I Repairs & Parts All Makes the chain guarantees: savings
Co.
i4i .s tf./,; Johnson City Tenn. last VI I,",'-l'. r.s., ii list 1 "',"..h.'r ..r Ridgway Motor Co. GRAV.LY: TRACTOR of many hundreds: of dollai I Glass

I th" ..It"\t 'iianitd" '1 bunk, tlo. ,sol| SALES &: SERVICE: home of
week. ('11 the quality yourchoice.
i
only I urriini, I Unit" this I, 1"1'1 i>ftotulltlii KIANIZE PAINTSGlassMIrrorsSliding
Mr. and Mis J. C. Knight I ., I.. I nut* anil. lurivttt I 1132 S. Main 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville I I, .

//c-7-r\; : ; and family spent last week I I tin h'II, l,1".1.i I' ut "my' knuHUilgimill I Gainesville 372-8133 Phone 372-3588 48-20 N.W. 13th St. 441 NorthOaln"vllle. : Door-

camping' at Fort Clinch State "" 378-1346 Tub Enclosures-Shower DOOM
.
.
( '
Paik I 'ur.'. Mltut Margaret I IMlllol I. Just Off Waldo Road ;, UindousAwninffC'arprtallpaperSlorefront -
I !
:': Last week visitor\ of the W, II. II ,\IH"I IIIMPete B & G Motors Co. CONCRETE I'IODUCTSI 1 I Motorcvcle ('oot en I IStreit's \\,

,
a relo.I.eiIi
F. Moore
family was their CADILLAC-OLDSMOBiLE Consultation.
.. M. .
1"' granddaughter, Debbie An. .MundvDirector. SALES Si SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop i iI

; ,O'Q diews. of Wildwood Her' !stale' of Florid" Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTS! 116 NW Sixteenth st.
g HONDA:- MOTORCYCLES
County or Ilrsdford I.: 37J-8191,
,.! fahter C. D Andrews cam Sworn tn and subscribed befoio Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's I, C".hm.1n"e"pa Srootrrs' GAINESVILLE :

Sunday and took her home. I mi I this I llth I flitv. of July
Mr. ar.d Jack Wainwright Ifieti and I 'lurttltv' .tltlfv' ( that 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 Building 1 lu.'i.tifli4AZundppMotorcycie4Sales. !
I am not ofriitfi or lirei.lor'
and family of Waycioss. Oa an, PHONE 376-7515 Inc. : 8; SerlceSCHVVINN
: r "r 111111 Iaik Supply,
SIGNSWILLIAMS
spent the weekend with Mr. (SI PVI.: P.9 Son inn .1 I. Mm,,'tin 1 BICYCLES

1 d Ii'J and Mrs. T. L. WalnwilghtMr Notary at large Public 1 State of Florida 728 S. Maln3724811OA1NFVILLE. I Locksmith! &. Safe Woik I

and Mis Donald Knight\ My i.,oninilHslon" expina. Jun- Pinna Performance 818 W University Ave37B77B1 Neon Signs Inc.
I ,
% and children were Sunday nary :II, 1070 SAABSALES !:. P'LA GainesvIlle

: visitors. "Sign. 1p"Itla William"
1VOIHK, Oil' "%"'WII'rlO.: TO ELECTRIC: MOTORS MOTORCYCLES

kP I I' ,, ?k Mra. Mae Wells and Mr. I1IhIaIbll: : iirrinoiH => .M... AND SERVICE PLASTIC-NEON SIGNS
and Mrs. Hubbaid Harley :':"'111.' Is hereby' given' that. !
; J ____J j-- --- ELECTRIC THECYCLE SaleeServiceMalntenafloeErectionsAlteratIons
attended a birthday dinnerin the undernlgnpil.' under the CLEAN USED CARS ,

: ? z r"c: : honoi of Mrs. A. H Harley Laws provisions. of Florida of, Chapter Acts of 30'J'i.1 1941.:\ 1031 S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co.Of SHOP "Your Designs or Omr"

at the home of Mr. and will register with the Cl.-rk of
Gainesville Ino.
OVELLliJG jj8:9b ,
NORTON BULTACO
Mrs. A. H Harley. Jr. on the C'lritili, Court In and for Phone 378-2136 2720 N.E. 20th Way

Sunday Most of Mis Har- Repairing:--R nvtndinj DUCATI BRIDGESTONHJM01JUOYCL.ES! Gainesville!

: Fr'4'5 i ley'a children were there to( New and Used j : t t lays 372-600() Nites 37 -Vt U
wish her happy
birthday and
$ t < Tropical Pontiac
j p4SS enjoy! the occasion. WORK GUARANTEED r Complete" Service .II: Part
c
i.- Mrs Clarence Manning of (VV1LtTOUR Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New A Used machines in stock TILES & PAINT
e41 a- dJ 4
i4cr ? Lake Wales was visiting; her Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Terms

brother-in-law' and sister TRUCK CMC CENTERPONTIAC Available

.. Mr. and Mrs Hairy Wilker- rUNTHOTE TILE
s I RECORDS I FARM: EQUIPMENT: 324 N."'. 8th \veo
son. over the weekend.
j4 44 { W. J. Wise has returned to 230 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville",, 378-3660 \'In'I-\'II1)1 AMbs'fltOS

his home in Opp. Ala. aftera 372-2583 Santa Fe Tractor Floor Finishing Product
I :MOVERS
k ten-day visit with his !son I
II CRANEIINCOLNMERCt"RY Inc. IIIKALITK: PAI>TGM -
Ralph Wise. and family ,
I Distance
I Long Moving
While here he visited other I Local Draya&eS'urRge FIX1HIITennej :'
FORD I
relatives in the .
vicinity.Mr. Authorized Sales & Service
I
'* $ and Mrs. James Starling 306 E. University Gainesville Farm Tractors & Implements I Paiklnx (Crating Tile & Paint

.JuiLr Xr* juifJsW- !\ and chlldien of Starke Phone 372-4251 Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping

spent Sunday with Mr. and( Crane's 'I 2222 N.W. 6th St.
Mrs. Milo Smith and family ImportsVolvo LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALL

There's no nonsense with an electric dishwasher. No pre-rinsing, no Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. (Mercedes-Benz) SALES. PARTS SERVICE I' HILL'S MOVING Gainesville 378-1302

soaking! no drying, no drudgery Iej3: : breakage loo. And no diahp. n H Hamilton during the past FIAT-HILLMAN

hands. Modem electric dishwashers! spve :00: minutes a day and week were their grandchil I 2201 N. Main Gainesville 4433 N.W. Sixth Gainesville I & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL

they safeguard family health by nunituuig' with water that's: hotter. dren. Cindy Hamilton Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-254 3110: N.K.: Wul.lo. Rd.

than hands can stand. Don't you think you'd be. better. off today daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Galnwivllle 372-4271
Norman Hamilton of Oalnesil
with happy dishes washed the el rtriC' way? GARDEN SUPPLIES : House of Travel,
!". and Kevin Hamilton. I
I. hi Iu" (. AUTO ALYAGEPaul' :MUSIC
..mien yoe wvadMni- INC.
See your appliance dealer plumbing contractor.THERE'S son of Mr and Mrs. Lynn I
ill lire."ttl" steel l Mel. Ion ol
Hamilton of Starke. i Johnson & Paris, Inc. '' AIRLINES' !: !
business records 4] LIPHAM MUSICCo.
1 is on* retsoe out
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Starling Auto
Salvage i
i i STEAMSHIP!
af too firms never after s bN iI
reopen Complete Line of
\ and children of Lake- I Inc.
NQ MATCH Fpfftl'S land are visiting! his parents. lift. Why gamble? Secure roar .iMjpers I We Buy: Wrecked Cars At I EEDSLANTSlni.etirtdesPei j! ,R. P.!

itfLORIDA>> I Hercules .In. fcl mw-
in Mutti -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling, TOP PRICES SuppesEERTILIZEIS VAL LIPHAM Hotel! Car Rentiri*:
"bled files ( Undtrfwnl"U'LMr.
uiiylng
this
CHtAPf*. TOO'' Mr\\ and I'ek. Mrs. Norman Patrick .... Watl1. Sea lit.us..,. AH M.1kn .... Model* : PI\SOH OKONSDRt! Weekd.1,1 8:30: to 6.00;

visiting their respective Used Parts, 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Guitars and Amplifier
were
Service We Will Sat. 9 to 12.
Teletypa: -
MUSIC
parents. Mr. and 324 NW. 8th Ave.PIIONF SHEET

POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Mrs. Doyle Starling and Mr Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Find Any Part For You
Oolne. vllle\ !' 176-4512:! 371-047 (1SIulCWh1IsM. Shopping Center 3415 W University Ave.

HflPING BUIIO FLORIDA und MIs. Dill Patrick orer 411 N. Pu. .t !Stock Y..rll. 0ta1Lt..U1.. Ft* :372: 63M O.lntI\'I1I'! 3781COIPAftlll
the weekend' I
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SIXTEEN:
BRADFORD rOtTNTT TF.U ORAP". 8TAKKE. FLORIDA
nrunsDAY, JULY 11, trow


up considerably lately and as rented Southern Discount 18g Prevail all have taken I ASST':Mnl.Y OF GOD BROOKER n BAPTIST ply'pastor.
hon, pastor.
a result we have had some 4 with Joey Bennett gaining; much interest In these events I I1IWAY CIIAPEL
,
I RECREATION NEWS close games played and none the victory on the mound.. These boys and girls brave I!' Weldon St. and Ralford Sunday School 10 a. m. DOATDRAJN BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
being called due to the 10 run Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.
Lawtey scored 9 runs on six the hot un and they shouldbe Road. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday School, lo a. m.
Training Union 6:30: m.
And p.
rule this game between Morning Worship 11 a. m.
'" hits in
the first 5
runs on commended for this Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Pine Level and Pest Controlwas Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Training Union 7:00: in. Morning Worship 11 u. m.
'''omeon'lI Softball League Shirley Johns Burba i l'll-I:! another of these- with four hits in the third, and 4 This week is nature week Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Evening Worship, 8:00.: Prayer p. Pre-Servlces L Booster Band,

''Rellulta: Tuesday, July 5 I son, Ada Reddish, Sylvl.i Hect- Pest Control coming out on runs on three hits In the and we have planned camp- Thursday Prayer Meeting: 7:30: RA, OA and Sunbeams every Meeting, Wednesday. 7:30p. : Young People, and Prayer
J dish and Lou fourtn to gain the win. Sour out this Friday for about 23':> p.m. Young: People's Meeting Service] 6
4Ulcy' Flowers completed Betty Shaw; top by scoring the winning run I other Thursday afternoon. m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom p. m. Evening I
the flrat half of the schedule: managed by John Williams. In the bottom of the 8th In- thern Discount scored 1 In boys who have signed up for Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy Rev. James Temple, pastor. pastor. Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek

with. an unblemished record Schedule for Tuesday July n ing. Pine Level started off the first on 1 hit and 3 In this special event. We hope Llgrhtsey, pastor. Service Wednesday :30: p. I

getting win number six In aJI'lJ1e 197:30: p.m. -- Hurst Shell with 3 runs to hold a 3-1 the third on 4 hits. Keith this: week will offer something! NEW CO.VGKKUTIONAL DEDAN BAPTIST (Breaker BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pastor -

with Goodman Gulf. vs Goodman( ) Gulf. 9 p.m. -- lead after 1 Inning. Pest Con- Thomas: had two hits for the that: the kids will enjoy-Ar- Sunday School, :10: a. m. .

Nat.ey's. picked up 3 runs in Holiday Inn vs Nancy's Flow- trol coming up with 3 in the losers( Larry Brown had four chery. All Rifle. Indoor Oam- | METHODIST REVIVAL Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

tf e, first and then Goodman er's. 2nd to take a 4.3 lend but for Lavitey. Bennett Crawford es etc. will be enjoyed.Homemakers Revival services will be heldat Training Union. 7 p. m. Even. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. CALVARY BAPTIST

hehi them scoreless for the Final standings: ((1st half) after the 3 the score was tied and Lee had two each for the tne New Congregational :Ing Service 8 p. m. Rev. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.Mornlna' .

next 2 innings but were unable Tram Won Lest :0-all.: Pine Level led 7-5 after winners. Now Methodist Church, May 1 Lacy Conway, pastor. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.

to capitalize on their I IJI'IlI Nancy's Flowers 6 0 the 4th and 5th. In the 6th Results: Thursday:! July 7. through May 8. Rev. P. A. Wednesday. Rev. W. Worship 11 a. m.

!' defense by scoring runs. Hurst Shell 3 3 Pine Level made !it 8-5 but Second place Triest defeat. At Conference Stephens of Savannah, Ga CHURCH OF GOD Newmans, pastor.NORTHSIDE 1..1' Training Union 6:30: p. m.

Nancy's broke loose for 6 Holiday Inn 2 4 Pest Control tied it at 8 all I edILC.Wall' 9to3 one will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Evening, Service 7:30.: Prayer

I tuna In the 4th to go In front Goodman Gulf 1 5 in the bottom of the 6th. Neither well balanced attack. Four Mrs. R. E. Lee of Lawtey night at 7:30.IIEILBRONN: Sunday School 10 a. m. BAPTIST I Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: p.

90. Goodman cameup with 4 Men's Softball League team could score In the runs In the first four in the and MI'.!!. L. V, Hardin of Worship Services, 11 a. m. and Located m. -Rev.( ,R. H. Butler. pastor.
on hiayieos Highway
: '' "
in? the bottom of the 4th and second! and one In the third Starke were delegates to the42n.1 BAPTIST 7:30
Results: July 6 7th, creating extra innings. : p. m. YPE Wednesday, [tSR 225Iat] Ralford Road AIRPARK BAPTIST

ws only behind by 5 after 4Injilngra. Waldo built up an early Pine Level was stumped In the and' fourth proved too much annual meeting; of the Sunday School 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting [ISR 161.] Services: Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

In the 6th InningN&NY's lead and held off late rallies 8th but Pest Control, after the I for Wall. David prescott was Florida Extension Home- Morning Worship 11 a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S.Williams School 10 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m.
makers' Council University
at the
clinched the game adding'5 by Pine Level and took a 9-5 first batter being put out gota the winning pitcher. Wall Training Union, 6:30: p. m. pastor.PENTACOSTAL. Morning Worship, 11 Evening 'Service, 7:30: m.
and tn- I scored 2 In I oi Florida July 11- a. m p.
an the
more runs first and
Waldo ell the to 3rd one 7:30. Midweek
Service. : -
victory. run.ier way Evening
picked '
31
up : Training Union, 6:30 Prayer Meeting,
: p. m. Wednesday
.Winountable 14-4 lead. Nan- In the third.Southern I 1 4. Also attending was Miss HOLINESS
.rune in the 1st inning 1 !in on a cay' Pine Level error. Prayer Service 7:30: p. '
MartliH: Sue 324 Evening, Service 7:30.: Mid- 7:30: p. nv Training Union
cy-outhlt" their victims 18-10. Eiscount shut out McCain Extension BrownJee St., Starke.
the 2nd and the big inning: The next batter struck out m. Wenesday.Tl'Oy\ Johnson -
week
Stndra: Norman S for 5. and came in the 4th when Waldo I but David Crews delivered! the John! Oil 10 to 0 on the no- : Home Economics Agent pastor. Sunday School 10. a. m. Prayer Service. Wednesday Friday, 7:30: p. m.Rev.. E. L.

Carolyn McKinney 3 for 3 pace crossed the plate 5 times and game winning single. Pest hit pitching of Keith Thomas. for Bradford County. Morning Worship 11 a. m. 7:30.Rev.: Glenn Law- Griffla, pastor.GLASS .

the league leader's attack. held a 9-0 margin. Pine Level Control had 13 hits with Southern Discount could mtH.- i Featured speakers during Evangelistic! service 7:30: p.m. ,
SMYRNA: MISSIONARY .
J<1an Williams and Patsy Net picked up Its first run in the Crews getting 3 of them. Pine ter only 3 hits as errors!! pray- the conference Included Dr. Midweek Service Tuesday a

,ales were 3 lor 4 to pace the 5th and then attempted to Level managed only 10 hits ed a big! role in the game. ''J. Wayne Reltz president of BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft, pas- That's Our Business

)wsers. pull the game out in the 7th, with Emmett Akridge picking | Randall:! McGee had two hits the University of Florida 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday tor.

.. coming up with 4 runs, but up 3 safeties. for the winners Sonny Lou- and:! Dis" E. T York, provostof services< : Sunday School, 10 a. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "If It's Glass We Have If
"The 2nd game of the evening Waldo put out the fire for the don hid the other hits for the College of Agriculture m. Preaching, 11 .. m. TrainIng -.-

matched the two teams win. Waldo slammed out 18 Garden Restaurant and Southern Discount. Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. CALL WRITE or VISIT

that were tied for 2nd placeajd base hits while Pine Level N'oegcl's,:: Auto Sales, 1 and 2 Results! : Friday, July 8 Revival Services Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Morning Fellowship Worship 11 6 a. m.m. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

since this game completed could get only 12. McGill, In the local league all Trtest came up with 3 runs welcome. Elder T. C. Williams p.
the 1st half the winner was Youngblood and Johnson were once again locked horns year in In the bottom half of thelast Start August 15 pastor. Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : We Design" Modern Store Fronts

tljp! runner-up. Hurst rose to 3 for 4 to pace the winners. Inning to win 3 to 2. At m.
Beulah
ChurchRevIval
a battle to the finish and Just Mail Us A Pattern For
tae occasion and. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
relegated R. E.
Sumner Davis Johns | Guy Haddock was the winning
for the 5th time this LAURA BAPTIST
;
year ..
Holiday Inn to a 3rd place and Rayburn each had 2 hits pitcher with 7 strikeouts services will begin I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Table; TopsSHEA'S
finish with.s.. 22-13 defeat. Thegame Garden managed to come out I Sunday School, 9:45: a m.
for the losers. .
Danny McKinney I Morning Worship. 11
was! Monday Beulah a.
it : Aug. IS at
on top and once again was m'l
Morning 11 .
total of 34 Worship a m.
a runs
saw the ;
losing pitcher for Training Union. 6:15
Liberty Baptist Church on Highway!! : p
efbred" and 44 base hit: 28 byliirst. no easy task. This was the Evening! Worship, 7:30: p. m. CO.
Waldo edged Fla. Pest Con.- type of game fans come to National also with 7 strike- 21 east! of Camp Blending Prayer Meeting Evening Worship, 7:30.: GLASS
trol 10-9 in close and hard outs. The Wednesday, week .
a only runs came In Services will begin each Prayer Service,
see. knowing that when these 7:30 MJd-j
.
The outcome of the gamev fought contest. Waldo took the 3 and 4. : p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee day 730.
a two t teams meet anything can innings for Liberty night at 7:30: featuring : Choir Practice, : 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla.- Phone
vvp3 doubt until the final 3-0 lead In the 1st made It and usually does take place. National with Dennis special hinging and Bible pastor. p. m. -Rev. Jim Rlsdon, SUP- I FH2-4353
inning although Hurst swtedClOt 7-0In the top of the 2nd but Rhoden '
Noe;.:el's drew first blood getting a double and preaching with Rev. P. R.
like they would endflt in Pest Control came back with Jerry Rowe grabbing a triple Lawsun as evangelist.A ..
coming up with 3 runs In
Spinnings as the first Seven 4 to trail 7-4 afer 2 innings. the 1st Inning on C. Hardee' and an RBI. In the last of Gospel; Sing will be held

butters gave base hits and Pest Control closed the gap the sixth inning the! first Sunday Aug. 21, and a basket -
:3-run blast the An investment
over fence Your
Ijjrst) enjoyed. a 5-0 lead before by scoring: 1 in the 4th ando but Garden not dlscouraRed. three batters for Triest all lunch will be served at in Future .
easily: -
; the Innkepers came t trailed 7.5 after 4 innings scored which ended, the
bat. This type of play was Waldo went In front 8-5:> bilef came back In their game noon. : '?Fet

characteristic of the rest of ly. but Pest Control tied It Ball turn nt bat with 6 runs. Neogel's 32. The rubllc I Is cordially Invited t 1 D) I: I !1 i I '

the: game ,each team scoringe"ery with 3 runs in the 5th. added 1 In the 2nd and after It) attend all services /Alilikllfl\ SHiUfeli[ 111rn.w
J\ !
time the other one did Neither team could manage a it was Garden 6 to 4. Noetel's the' Lawtey as usual dominated! I ) 1 : !J \ U;
diamond
In the second! )
:: ha
k eaitr Md r
(: scored S In the 3rd. M
except In the final inning score In the 6th but In the which ti
game they won 8 to 4.
with the score tiedat 13 all, top of the 7th Waldo came up Garden scored 2, and after 3
Lawtey had Wall firmly In I
Ifurst Shell came up with 9 with 2 runs to hold a 10-8 Innings Noesel's held a 9-8 1 its grasp' as did their winning ..CHURCHNEWS 1 .
:big runs to take the game and2nd lead and needing only to record lead. Each team scored their

place. Hurst was paced by. 3 outs tn have the game. next 2: runs in the 5th innlni pitcher Danny Wise ,
with MX
tie hitting of Georgia Ray In. the 7th Pest Control had and going Into the bottom of | strikeouts. Wall .

byre, 6 for 6, Harriet Johns 5 the first 2 batters get on base the 7th Noearel's had. an 11 scored 2 runs in the 2nd and
4th innings to I DOOR
bring their
fOr 5 and Johnnie Smith, Eleinor but could only manage to to 10 lead and needed only :
(total
to 4. While
Osteen. Margaret A. score one of them and went to record 3 outs for the win Lawtcy ,
Ctottle. and Lanette Griffis all 1 down to defeat. Wasdin paced -but the Garden would have scored In every Inning except \PTIST CftL'RCIISunday '

v.qth 3 hits each. For the los- Waldo's 14-hlt attack going 4 none of this. The first 3 bat- one to win 8-4. :! School 10 a. m.Morning OPENERS E EKeys
team DavIs Corkglen ters hit Coming Attractions Worship! 11 a. m. ::
iitg Ginger y for 4. Crews and Pollock had for base hits tying
) and Helen Ingle each 3 hits each for the losers. the game at 11 all-H. God- Women's Softball Training Union 6:30: p. m. '
I Saturday, July IB Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer
were 3 for 4. win was walked Intentional ly
and churches door In :
both
The Starke Women's All I Meeting Wednesday. 7:30.: are openers.
; All Star Team\ Noegel's trimmed Pine Level to load the ba.ol'lIGrltfh
then Stars and! Nancy's Flowers I Rev. B. T. Peavy, pll&tor.ST. cases, each require you to put forth some effort. --; ,
"An AU Star Team was selected 7-4 In a game which saw each popped out and:! C. Pace

to represent Starke, team only able to score in 2 flew out but the winning run Lakp teams will play teams from i .'r f The key you must Insert in the lock and turn. '
City In double header
along with the' league leadingNancy's innings. The game was scoreless scored after the catch and a KDWAKD'S CATHOLIC '
at Hardy Field July 16. Nan- Our Lord made the way to heaven even easier,
Garden STARKE .
Flowers in the Worn ] until Noegel's came up won Its 16th game,of y '

an' 9ub!! -dlstrtct ASXTourna- with 3 runs in the top of the the season against no : il t$ cy's' will go against Lake City Sunday Mass, 9:15: a. m. a+r for all that you have to do'is present yourself .

mtnt to be played] .in S'arkethe 3rd. The game remained 3-0 Onrd"n outhlt Noegel's deW-tQ( lt 7:30: p. m. and the All- Tuesday-,Ndvena and Bene- and .- .

Iturt] week of July. Flayerson ] until the bottom of the 6th Terrell and Hazon: for Stars will take on a Lake City diction, 7 p. m. Inquiry Class. : at believe. == .

the All Star Team are as when Pine Level tied it at 3 4. C. Ilardee was 3 for 4'tor team at 9 p.m. The two teams | j 8 p. m. i f ,x 4d "For by grace art ye saved through faith; and _=

follows: Hazel] Griffin, GeorgiaRayburn all. Noegel's put the game on Noe a i that not yourselves: it is the gift of God:
Lanette Griffis Corky ice coming up with 4 runs in T. Hardee had homers. one and two in the Mass, 7:30: a. id. 9-30[ : a. m. .,

Allen Cookie It and or f, the 7th Claude Hardee's 3- Standings FwonlostlGar I : League and should providethe for grare> and high school students ;f. Not of works lest any man should boastt For == .

Margaret Cottle Judy Brough-. run homer being the key to den, 4-0; Waldo. 4-1; Noe el'l1 Starke teams with good 1. 1 Mt to* art hit workmanship, created in Christ 3

'tef(, Imogene Bryan, Wanda: the inning. Noegel's had 16 4-2: Pest Control 2-3: Pine competition Saturday Mass, 9:30: a. and Jean Williams Johnnie hits with R. Thomas 4 for 4 Level 1-5: Lawtey. 0-4. On Saturday July 23. the I Jesus unto good works, which God hath before _?

Smith Jeannie Kessler ..Shir and C. Hardee 3 for 4 pacing Small Fry Baseball: defending State Champions. ]FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH 4' ordained that we should' walk in them." --
ley Reddish Shirley Fuquiy' the attack. Pine Level had 11 The Lions beat the Tigers Carter's TV of Jacksonvillewill i STAKKKSer'lces: -

Ginger Davis, Chariene Bla- safeties with J. Williams. G. 9 to 2 behind the pitchingof come to Starke for a for the week:

lock and Eleanor Osteen.. The Sumner and H. Bishop getting D 'a1. Six players for the double! header at 7:30.: Carter's Surday: Sunday School. p.;;\\\TIft"'r) "

All Star team will be rnol'ag'ed 2 each. Lion' each had one hit. The will (go: against the 9:45: a m. Morning Worship I -
by Townsend Stricklandand : Starke All-Stars and at f 9
Tiger::: were limited to three p. 11 a. m, sermon "What Doest
Randall! Davis. Lawtey was unable to field a hits and Olive had a big m. Nancy's Flowers will meet.. Thou Heie1 Training UnIon 5 ::3 _' tt:= =

;. ancy's Flowers team is team and Waldo won it via double for the Tigers' The the State Champs i 6:15: p. m. Evening Worship i $ ,

composed of Joan Chitty, Ann the forfeit. Lions scored! 6 runs In the Doll Show wi t, %
7:30: m. sermon
p. ; '
; =g gTIM tf
f0l rot
.C win. Sandra Norman Carolyn Results: July 8. first Innlnct and this The Third Annual Doll t _
proved: "Ca 5 Tny Bread the
I Show Upon c; y ; Ownk .It M< 'l tttolMri I I. "Hw'. % -
McKinney. Caroly.i Uyal1.&e1 Softball play in the local was presented by the *rl ,
too
much to overcome. They '
.i'
1 Mitchell, Nancy Roberts, Men's League has tightened added 2 runs In the seconl Parks and Recreation Depart Waters. I t M "i .to).!,."IJii|KM! .....Iod,. ol Mil I... ff =
I : meat Thursday Monday Youth Choir t17 ha.mm tot d Ml tmmd,for man.M.mpMrito ==
night July 7.
and one nm In the 3rd. The with 58 dolls practice, 7 p. m. Hut"' .... by "Imlnf" hit nlglibw.. Without' rlr; ., '
being exhibited _
..J. ...... ,...... ___N-. I Tigers scored their two runs Jerry. Chris Wedl'elodayPl'8yer Meeting this ifoufldinf.' in tie! .tar. of W. M |ovtmr tltJlf =
and
"" Randy r
,, ... ."<. A ,A.'n. ( Plr""' I In the 3rd. Games were cal Williams 7 p. m. Church Choir t m.M tod.., tr way of f Hf,. .11I.l.nfftnmn JZ 1t -

1 '10 I led after three Innings because were grand prizewinners practice 8 p. m. j' > > AtUAS1tiS'KI of the one-hour time with their Realistic Thl1l'sayNew::! River A.s- t "%,' V sis bwrHokly' p ,iWi, TIoo"''''. KMHH 5es _

limit. G. I. Joe Dolls and army Aociatlon WMU meeting r ui5d..r,101.'VMS.ww.hwld, wppwl i i =

I tru ks. .. Owik, loc.riw. .....>.DM. Mltora of) bin,. ==
First Baptist Church Keystone Q
The JTpts won their second Other winners acrordlnir tocatel"rle1 1 Heights: 10 a. m. Bring!! .r .es.. wd Mi _i,. head thd"' l, Iwwww, I 7 f fJ.4 -

of the wereBabv: nMT raw -il,< ophNd. .. .. ortkipon In i
frame! :young season by sandwich. Nursery provided :
1st pl(1( defeating the Tigers: 3-0. Reddish DOlJ8-1 Visitation. 7 m. Hit Ornik twwu II toll !Hw !Nth. 0' =
p. .
and Blalock combined pJac< Christie : :! L/. ..-I Ita Mtll oM 4,,Hny. HM.. ,trvtfl irkkkItM ,
| a
.. one-hit pitching performanci place. Tlandi Oowen. '14ii:4 will 'Ml .Mm.. Ins H en WI I ale> .I, | :=::3
FIRST; METHOH1ST
age Dolls 1st place Karen
1 for the Mfts. Gissv got the) Grlffls.' 2nd place, Tammy Cllfl'CII. STAUKE j Wt ==

lone hit. a double for the Tl RaY'),lrn; 3rd place. JenniferHaas. Sunday Church School .t,: >::u:::=n= = :.f :;
gers. Dale Johns got both -
Teenage Dolls 1st 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship,
J DOES Met hits both singles. The place. Susan McLeod; 2nd 11 a. in. Snack Supper for "
Mete scored one run in each
place. Berkv Payne: 3rd! MYF. 6 p. m. MYF meetings,
I Inning and didn't have to ba
place. Gina Griffith. Native 6:30.: :Evening Worship 7:30.
\ : THIS i in their half of the fourth. Dolls 1st : These Religious Messages Are Made Possible
l I.i Thursday, July 7 place Ann Thomas Wednesday: : -Prayer Meet- By The Following! Sponsors
; 2nd place Becky Piyne: ing. 7 p. m.Thursday.
DESK The Lions defeated the AnKles 3rd place. Sally Torode Chancel Choirreheal'sll i **
-
: 12 to 1 behind the hitting Farmers Mutual f Koch Store
Character Drug Lawson
I of Dolls 1st place 7:30: p. m. Meat Market
Tommy Wise also had
Sally Tororle; 2nd place Josh Satmd.iy. July 23-1st and Exchange '
COST 2 triples and a single in three MrOrlff 3rd "YOUR HEALTH{ IS OUR AND
: place Christie second; grade, Primary and COLD STORAGE
trips for the Lions The Lion
Redrting.:! Bride Dolls- 1st! Junior Choir practice !10 a. FredeFertflurs--Seeds
.$250 scored 5 in the first and 7 place, Susan McLeod; 2nd m. Poultry Equipment, MAIN CONCERN"Free We Stp cinllze/ : In htllr-

I j in the second and did not bat olaco. Cindy McLeod. Mlsc, UNICO TIRES-BATTERIES Ing. Cutting *. Wrapping-
Delivery Phon 964- $un
in the third because of the Dolls1st place and Grand Petroleum Product ,
ten run rule. Randy Martinscore Prepared For Deep Freeze

NO!' .:!! the only run for the Prize Chris Winner.Williams:Jerry 2nd, Randy place, HOUSEHOLD Bradford PHONE .964-8381
Abstract
Co.
) Angels after he singled and John Denmark; aid place -

', was followed bv Marcy Sulli Chris! Williams. An added attraction PESTS SLADE GAS
van's slntrle. Dale Hans got 158 W CALL STREET
v D_,
was display of oriental _,
I ... the other hit for the Angels dolls exhibited by Mrs. Y u.-" Ph. 964-6881 Starke Fla. and Appliance Center .

C. Griffis and F. Pendarvis:! Rita Mercer P Ueels6ld. \
and Leslye Mercer.

,, : OUR PRICE IS ONLY $110 each winners.had two hits for th Summer Program I I JI Olww eeesyine' Edwards Grocery & OF ST A KE. INC.


{ Standings iwon( -1ostl I : Mets The events for last week' Mkt. DeWITT C. JONES U.s.301NOHTU, {
I 2-0.: Lions. 2-0; Angels, 0-2;
desk in the
When you select a Marnay Signore went over quite well as par-
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erles-l\JeatiJ-Feeds HOMESStarke : Starke Fla.
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:_ Basebah LeagueLiberty I,' was hot but this didn't keep I Gas & Oil

National soundly'defeated \ the kids aw 'Y. A watermelon I Ph. 964-2182 Starke Fla. Ph. 96!-2600 '

I 1. Baked enamel finish John's Oil 12 to 51 eating contest was held Friday Keystone Heights CLoudon's : E. Johns

2. Chrome plated square legs on the two-hit pitching of and the winners were]
,
3. Full suspension file drawers Danny McKinney and Ricky Bette Reddish and Tommy! Merle Norman Ph. 473-3176 Agency1S1
Bennett Liberty Natronascored 1
HarrUon. Quite a few fail phone
4. The newest functional stylingand four runs In each of vlduals put the pressure on! Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop S. Walnut Ph. 964-oat

beauty you'd expect only in the 3-lnning game called duo the two winners but couldn't |! 964-3965 117 S. Thompson Ph. 9A4-S081 GENERAL".. INSURANCE,

much higher,. priced desks to the time limit. Jerry Howe quite eat as much watermelon I If Your Hair Isn't Becoming To LACY CONWAY Nobody But Nobody tTndenelU<
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could. ,
ExeiUSIVC DESIGNS': BV as they Archery and I|
And the satisfaction! of real savings. I ners. Larry Brooks and Kenny Air Rifle participation is good, Service Station -

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giving the old_one a fresh new ap I the losers. Liberty National 1 a few names of those who I and Bus Station Hurst Shell Service

; pearance come in. see for yourself. I I :could muster only six hits aserrors have been doing quite well Post BILL EDWARDS

.. played: !>:! a big factor in In these events. Charles Brake Service-Wheel> Balance L a y Conway Flying Service' CARL HURST
t the win.Idatey's. Control
Green Tommy Harrison Cin, Wheel 1 Alignment] "
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