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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 21, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Rotary Club/ Discusses TIle Prcmft\.lt\
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Abandoned Cars What Can Be Done

I AbumloiUMl automobile. within the city limit. place for rat. anal oilier vermin tit ""MtI Iwn allow junk' ileulrr.. to luiiil, them' away for later

and what can be dune about them was the stored or accumulated on any l 11111'1'\.1| or still us scrap metal.

MUbjfx-t, of a panel dlHrumlon at the Starke vacant property." It Includes deteriorating County S.uiltarlini; Jack Trawlck fialcl that

Rotary Club Wednesday. building, automobiles. trucks house trailer, abandoned, automobiles and other article, such ,

The problem wan pOKily Identified with one stoves, Ice boxet. refrigerator. ironing, iniichtne UH rn\rre Iy> the Valdosta. ordinance, were a ,1

estimate placed an high| HH' 200 such vehiclescreating ..*, clothe. dryer, plumbing fixtures, or definite health menace, since they provide...

: an unsightly and miHunltiu-y atinoit-. Hunlliir appliance. or fixture: Ideal. breeding (ground for the type of mosquito'

phere within the city limits.. The ValdoHta. law provide. that city offlcliN; that transmit yellow fever to human being

AH. for the remedy o|>inl..nif. differed. give owner. of such property 80 days In which Trtmlck tuild; he thought 8ec.! 11-3 would' (

Some felt the city already hud ample powerto to remove It. Failure to comply earrle u. provide. the. city/ with nufllrlent ammunition to i

M1 launch an anti-Jalopy drive under authority minimum penalty of w $500 flno and UO iluys' "mrtvn against .such. "niilnanccs Injurious. to

Z iZ,,- sr of HM. Health. and Sanitation ordinance, See. In the city jail. henlth". If properly enforced. (t

11-3: NulHaneen. Injurious to health' etc. 'Ity Attorney. George. Morns who WIIH it ".No ordinance l is. worth the paper It I I" written -

Other. felt that a more specific ordinance- member of the Rotary ..tanel wild( thn difficulty on unless. It IN enforced;. the panel com.

0 would be needed patterned, after the one recently In Much procedure would bo to obtain Home- mented.Other.

adopted by Vu'ldiMta.. CO"". to rope. with one to file it complaint, "No ono Hants to become 1 panel" members' In atlrlltlon, to Pierce,

the (growing flood of abandoned. cart. Involved," lie Hald. WI'rC111)01': Kanilal /jChltty GIlYndr..wllo and

The Valdosta. ordinance come under the Another Huggented. dol-jtlon, that would. not E;. I. .Miittheus.

heading o* "vermin harb<>riig"" and applies' to necessitate legal actlo.iruiltl. be to obtuln The program wan In charge of Huford Mit

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VOLUME: FiriUTY-Eiairr: STARKE FLORIDA TIUTRSIIXY, H'tY 21. HUM NUMBER FOUR


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DrainageIs I :''-:-," ., :. -" 2 Trials Set Utility" BillingSwitched I 3 Council Jobs,



Planned For I.. 111 ,,10' >. Next ThursdayIn Urban RenewalSet
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Santa Fe SwampA .', % irJ f. Circuit CourtTwo Back For Ballot I'


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lumbering, project which trials. one on a charge Tha election of three \.
would require the draining of of dope smuggling and the and a referendum on

about nix miles of swampland other for aggravated assault To Clerk legislation authorizing parti-
"along' the Santa Fe River are set when Circuit Court City cipation in urban programs

north of Waldo, is in the plan- r; awa' goes Into session here at 9:30: will face voters in the September

ning stage. a.m. next Thursday, July 28. 13 city election.Up .

Herb Thomas of Starke as Mrs. Evelyn Jeanette Odom .... .... ..__ .. for grabs will be the
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spokesman for the AmericanBox will so on trial for attemptingto 'iIP" "' m !' f .....I Attempting to simplify council seats now held by
Co.. discussed the pro- smuggle dope into the .rift: .n ,' .' 1.1')r ''; ". > I I its operation the Starke Councilmen Carl Hurst

ponal" at lust week's meetingof Florida State Prison. She Is "' 1:':., ; .'. '''; '. i City Council has transferred [Ichalrmanl 1. Orle A Wiggins
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the Bradford I County Com- charged with concealing it .:' .e w .4.;. 'W 4aMf ; ,.; \... 1 the billing of utility [Continued on Page 91
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r.tl beneath win she was wear- ...... I I
a u a ) \ ( .1 accounts from the Utility
Thomas said the companyhas ing. Two previous trial dates t .,.. -, ,. :' "I. ."
a five-year contract. with 'At Soutlmlrle Elementary In Starke: seven classrooms, four of which will house :" Department to the city 1

landowners of the area, lying the eouoty's, new kindergarten program, costing $110,000. had poned been for set various but were post- /' clerk's: office. Special Primary :

east of U.S. 301, for the cut- 0'0 The change reverses a
Mrs. Odom Is under
ting of (four million board bond to appear.Wiifard $5,000\ t"s I move made three years
.6 Finish PushedOn
feet of lumber.He Set 2 )-
said the company. pro- Sept. Kettles 49yearI I s' ago when the Utility Department August$
old Negro, will be tried for I t' was created,
to build road
a throughthe
poses
aggravated assault In the a 'A d ,ail ;
swamp and l to drain the e' an r separating those duties A special primary election r

area into the Santa Fe River School Construction last knifing November'of Mangle 14. Perkins I s from the clerk's office. will be held on Tuesday Aug. t t2

s to facilitate logging. set This action 'shift.s,.,the re- to fM'tho-. poet left v ca.t
trials are
Though' both '
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Thomas said tho elevationof ? sponsibility of the entire by the recent death of Judge
the Santa. Fe., at the U.S.I for 9:30: a.m. tho dope trIal/,
/ Wallace Sturgts. The area In"f j|
.. ''' --''' billing operation and meter ]
the
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SOI crossing la about eight r U
"It's to !
I going push us, ;,f court first and will probably ; reading back under volve is the First District
feet below the level of Santa
five Brad- I 'Court of including
contractors '
on Appeals
Fe Lake and that precautions I take the better part of the City Clerk Merrill Ed-
ford school constructionjobs f.-I"'i'. .. ... af'a Bradford County.
day, according to Circuit I ,
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will be taken to prevent the I wards.For Oov. Haydon Burns named
lowering, of the lake level. totaling: nearly $300- 'i: .' ir"t Court Clerk Charles Darby I three years the Utility Martin' Sack, a Jacksonville

He said< the plan Is to drop 000, say of.their September .(>;\,' ,. J.r' This I I.* the new look at city hall In Starke after the utility Department under Superintend attorney to fill the interim

the water level In the swamp 6 deadline to meet the ". '., billing/ operation, want switched back under the direction of Oscar Davis, has read the post, and will be a candidatefor
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by about 13 inches and that i, opening of the fall term. .. Budget .City Clerk Merrill Edward. from the Utility Department. Two water, gas, and electric me- the nomination in the

the company Is negotiating In a $1.5 million building .. :, new door, with the railroad to drop its sent them 'ItO the clerk's office
program the county is going I .1. counter wa move) where the old double doom were.Tho Also a candidate for the
trestle culverts to help in Thurs. for mailing and collection. Ina
Hearing I
Its
'all out this year to put 4 candidate i U Sam Spector.
draining the area. plate glass doors were moved to the front of the 'series of special meetings
school physical plants tn top ti'r liulMhig to. form. entrance. the' Voting will be conducted! at I
Thomas said \that drainageIn a- new final one held Monday
Four more building I in
shape the regular polling places
the area Is in delicate balance A public hearing held annually ,_ night, It was ''announced that
and cited the fact that projects are on the drawing each the trial and Bradford County, during the
: by law to go over I move was a one l
times theIatel' in the boards and two'' others are Yw for that the entire billing regular hours. 7 a. m. to 7
at \ j new school budget la set I operation
Lake Alto and planned besides the five under : Southgate Residents Say DustIs clerk's p. m.Special.
canal l between next! Thursday.!'! July 28. at 7 should be in the
Little Santa Fe runs one way construction now. p. m. in the courthouse. ofnce. I
and at other times reversesIts Touching every corner of ., t tI 1 Bradford's: $2.5 million Unbearable On Geiger RoadA Several council me.mbers ElectionTo
the county's educational) system -
flow. 1966-67 school spending bill stated they are satisfied with !
Thomas! said: that plans for the massive building the operation of the Utility' Cost $2,20O,
I w.4t P will be on display and Super- delegation from South- ,, the paving Job.
the logging operation are InpreLtminn.ry program is being financed W- '1 inten.lent Tom Casey and gate Subdivision has I A letter from the Elk's Club Department except .the billing Thf special election to beheld

a stage now and with $1.2 In revenue bonds the School Board will be pre- ed UuU, the City called attention to the fact Chairman. Carl Hurst said the, ) August 2 to name a
'Unit he will appear at a later to be paid off with race re'lueat-I Continued on Page 51]
sent to answer any questions Geiger, Road to the [Continued On Page Flvel Judge of the 1st District
meeting of the commissionwith track monies accruelng to the tion I
'and hear any suggestions! Deplu'lment's Court of Appeal will cost
$325.000 more
drawings.A county plus
engineering
may ask. It will eliminate "unbearable" dust
i any person Bradford County around
office from the state for the
CJalnesvllle spokesman pro-
d't f-aiihoil to end
4 by curs going
s be! unusual however to haveanyone 2200. according to court-
for American Box Co. posed Union-Bradford area 1 the hearing firmi:\ : .the, park on 101'Ion,; hardy I
wild that the Georgia Pacific vocational technical school. appear: house estimates.
r for years has been merely a PI'OPI'I'ty.lo'our I Th cost of an
Corporation is also interested "The will average
program pl1I ..... lt I adherred to only resident!, Roy Ruddy/
formality
in the logging venture. sa far in excellent shape as far as J. K:. Tomllnoon Hank Green, elf'ctl1'here is $3.500, according
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the law requires
because; to Circuit Court
as the pine and cypress species our physical facilities are and Leonard Moore told, the
Th" proposed budget already Clerk Charles Darby but the
are concerned. "
concerned. says Superin- council. nt Its Tlic'Hclny night
American Box he "wild, fat tendent Tom Casey. The program tentatively adopted by meeting that Continuous tmf- August 2 vote will run a
I the Board includes:! !'! a hefty
primarily interested In the Is Casey's main goal; /lie on 'the ,road! five nights per little less than that becausea
"soft" hardwoods) such as his next will be tie,. says, to I $1,371,184! for operation the week huve fouled. ,, a real dust shirt ballot: will take less
gum, magnolia, and the various upgrade! teacher salaries so i biggest item In the budget.Millase problem on the unpaved road. 1r' 1 time to count.

bays Bradford will be able to retain is up Just .2 over They were promised! by thecouncil ( This has been tho first!
He said the logging opera- its experienced faculty I 1969-66 at 86. 1 that l the road would fiscal year within Darby'i
tion is scheduled to tart as members. The huge budget is reflected be kept wet and an Investigation ., memory that the county has

.soon a* the company can con- "When those two thliu ed Bradford's million dol- would I I he started to see ((1yI had to finance four elections,

I Continued on Page Five] are done we should, be well lar-plus school construction If U 'N possible! to pave the and the total cost will run +

on the way toward a top program which will affect road Thcif wns:: alHO talk of close to $11.000, about U 000

Women's SlJhDltrlcti quality school system: Casey t: : almost every school in the acquiring the bnlllleld acreage more than the $9.000 that
i county. from Hardy J who has leased was earmarked for electionsIn
Softball says The other three of the the land to the city. Recrea- the 1963-68 budget. Darby I
j Tournament Workmen are currently School Board's four "bud- tion Department, official\ also Cr said
to complete the two
rushing gets" are: at the meeting naid Hardy TTv' four elections Includea

(District!\ 2)) schools in two Lawtey elementary andStArke's At Anderson Junior High In Lirwteyj two wlenrn. rlaes-> Debt Service Fund up want SI. IJO per acre for the \ :-' special election last November
to $167.637, an Increase caused 16 ho owns.. r ( constitutional
$81,110. ncreti on proposed -
r schools before the fall term rooms. a library and a niultl|>urpime room cowling
Tuesday, July 26 by race track funds pledged City t trucks out of opera- I amendments! r including -
opens Sept. 6. The opening' a cost of 110000. but bids on the project were to pay off the $1.2 million lion have kept tho Street Department a Oov. Burns' defeated

t: Thurs., Fri., Sat. date has been set back a An addition to Anderson( : refused by the School Board I bond issue being used for I from wetting the mW road bond program; the

r July 28 29 30 wrek. to give contractors a I Junior 'HIgh In Lawtey two as too high. They are being construction. loud down hut they will be Charles: R. linger (renter) retiring plant manager of Du-I first and second primary

boost. science classrooms a library revampej and the Board will Capital Improvements:: able to wet it down every Font'H Trail. .. Ridge and Highland llmenlte mines. wa presented elections in May: and the
Most nearly complete multipurpose room.' either make arrangements to for buildings. .other day now Supt. S. R. election set for August -
HARDY FIELD anj a : $835.000 new I with a rod and reel and numerous other gifts at a dinner special
about 85 percent accordingto complete: I one of the three bids Federal Projects Hick said.Cotmcilman<1. 37 counties tin-
are 50 per cent ; accept Contracted attended by 125 employee and guests last Thursday. night. 2 in
Game Time: 7:30 Architect Don Morgan. The/'' already! submitted or new for several U. One Wiggins Bradford! of the 1st
$173.000 ,
Architect Morgan says. eluding
Junior High and ; suggested that oil might be Making the presentation U II. L. (Bill) Morgan loft( ), who
are Lawtey will be called, Architect I
will cost 81446. bids S. Government! financed pro- Dlatr'ct Court of Appeal
Adult 50c Southslde Elementary in cut Into the road to Mop the has been with Du Pont continuously. here since It first entabliHlied -
elec-
aald.Already
Morgan I "We knew about the
classrooms plus an grams.
Student Free Starke. Both were let as a Five I dimt. It was noted that the .a local office In 1917. At right lit. Carl D. Heitltt, who and bud-
addition to the present library approved by the The latter three budgets tion last November!
be wise to
single Job and: Harris & Har- city might not will Hiieeeml.. linger an" plant manager on August 1. said
Darby
for that.
School Board and with a geted
Participating teams> : ris Construction Co. of Jacksonville are under way at are not flexible and the pave the road unless It owned
at cost verbal approval from the Board has little control "but we could not forsee the
Cross City. Lake City, received the contractas Starke Elementary a very the ball park.Chairman' !
Gainesville Starke. low bidder. of $93,172, and are about 4(1( State Department of Education over them. Carl Hurst In.Htructed .- Chas./ Hager, DuPont Manager special election next month
per cent complete. the go-ahead on the Clerk Merrill( Edwards which was occasioned by the
Seven classroom, a library Brooker and Hampton Since 1958 Plans death of Judge Wallace
Retirement
Contractor for the latter) ROTARY GOVERNOR to ask City Surveyor "
and administration building
This Space Contributed two Jobs is Trlest Construction schools Is expected next IIERE NEXT WEEK Merrill :McMillan to find out Sturirls.
addition to the cafe-
and an Darby said the countystill
Weekly to Publicize torlunr.: are being constructedat Co. of Keystone Heights. week. Morgan says. District Governor Ed PecK who owns the rightofwayalong To Charles R. Hager who will Men's Club fast Thursday/ has about $1.200 left In
I Plans are on the drawing Plans call for a five classroom Geiger' Rrvid. pave I retire. 1
August
as rtght.
on plant
Junior High at a for elections
Lawtey budgeted
the fund -
of Gainesville will his
Community Events by boards for schools at circular building at pay thc road the city requires at
I new
the Trail
manager of Ridge :Mr.: Hager has been with
of 10000. would leave
cost official visit to the Starke which ashortage
least 40 feet but now has only
I Brooker and Hampton: and! Brooker at an estimated cost 1
i Seven classrooms, four of and Highland ilmenlte mines tha Du Pont Company since of around 1.000 In
Wednesday
The Rotary Club on Utilities
Community a new physical 1 education)!I of 153.000. A similar plant 33 feet of rlght-of-wuy. I operated here by E. I. Du 1933 when he started At the
that item. "We can take care
which will house the county'snew Aug. 27. Committee reports : Supt. Oscar Davis said.
High.1 at
Ir: State Bank facility at Bradford with seven classrooms 1 I Pont de Nemours & Co., wasI' Baltimore. :Md.:, plant. lUll 31 of It by a transfer from
from all club chairmen will obtain
Supt. Davis U also to
kindergarten program is to cost '
Plans for the new $100.0001 Hampton expected honor at dinner In of service with the com-
) be heard at this time. estimates of the coat of I' guest of a years some other! fund that Is un-
at Southslde at field house complete] [Continued on Faze Four] two I
I ,I are going up were the Camp Blxndlng Enlisted I rContinued On Page Five) derspent" the clerk said.


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Marten fowling underwent Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank srsrrswew w 's a !m-" Rehearsal Dinner AT LIBRARY nounce the birth of

surgery last Thursday in the Adams of ;:Jacksonville spent I Robbie Duane. born JuJ

Alachua Medical Center. the weekend with Mr. and For McRae-Huggins INCIDENT AT EXETERby in St. Vincent's Ho-*

Miss Susan> Brooks of Fort Mrs.. L. Q. Adams on Bedford Wedding PartyMr John F1.I118r-A report on Maternal grandmoth
Myers is visiting her aunt, Lake. > .t' .- Mrs. Veanle Parramo
of the author
Mrs. O. H. Bennett, for two the findings
-- weeks. Mrs. Michael J. Pickering; s uL and Mrs. Robert McRae regarding recent evidence of Starke.

and daughter, Priscilla, of ,' I r were hosts at a rehearsal sup- flying' saucers from all partsof
Hazel is medical
Mrs. Ritch a -
GLADYS MOOTY Sanford are visiting Mr. and per last Thursday night In the country. Fuller also Bradford County Roe
in the Gainesville
fbuoe: 964-0651 Medical patient Center. Mrs. L. N. Pickering this the Pecan Room of the Garden "- relates the details of his own announces the folio?
week. Restaurant honoring their births:
conversion from skeptic to
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy E. Mrs. Effle Johns has had b son! Dewayne, and his fiance, believer, and describes his Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,

Mrs. Nate Dyal was tiiKucadw Mrs.[ S. O. Denmark and Pollard and family of Hat- as visitors Mrs. Irene Bessettof Miss Linda Hugginn, follow- own lighting of a UFO. Clellan. Starke a daughl

South America the daughter. Joyce, and Mrs. E. tiesburg Miss. were visitingMr. Gainesville on Monday ing their wedding rehearsal.The July 19.

past two weeks visiting Mr. C. Morris went up to Scarritt and Mrs. J. T. Pollard night; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny T-shaped dining< table THE HOSTAGES by Char- Mr. and Mrs. Ray pi

and Mrs. Beryl Casey. College, Nashville, Tenn. over from Tuesday to Monday. Johns of Miami and:! Mrs. Ed was centered with. an arrangement les Israel-A busload of children Stahl Jr.. Starke a son, Ff
Mra. Eberle weekend Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Is con and pupils at the U. N. International -
Mr. and Russ the to get Miss Sue Crews of Jacksonville last of white yellow Pete Stahl, m, July 14.
and daughter, Ruth, visited Morris who had completed six fined in Riverside Hospitalfor gladioli and pompoms. Bridal school are kidnapped :
Friday; and Mrs. Elizabeth Mr. and Ltl
relatives :in PitUburgr Pa. last months summer school. an Indefinite period for place cards marked the seatIng and held as hostagesto Mrs.tUburn
Johns of Lake Butler on Ownbey. Keystone
week. Miss Yvonne Anders of Do- observation and treatment.Mr. arrangement for the 20 compell the cancellation Heights!

a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Obtecn Leon Springs was Sunday .and Mrs. M. J. Dyal Sunday afternoon. guests who Included membersof of the seating of the Red daughter, Judith Marl I

> and family visited her parents might guest of Miss Bonnie and daughter of Delrav Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Con- the wedding party, the immediate Chinese delegation en route
Orlando
_Mr, and Mrs. Antonio C ifns. Beach visited Mrs. T. D. ner and family of families, and Rev to the U. N. I

R :FamiglletiU Oak vllle, Conn, Mr. and Mrs C. L. Cooper:: Dyal over the weekend were Friday guests of Conners their and Mrs. J. R Brabham of I THE NINETY & NINE by :

last week. and Mr and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Frank Broadway returned parents the Leon Sr. Two youngsters peer<< at the arts and crafts display byelementary Fort Lauderdale. William Brtnkley This ;:

.. Mrs Ida George is in Al- Branham visited Mr. and Mrs. last Friday after a and Barney weeks McRaes vacation in summer school student from all county IO'hoolll.1' The bridegroom presented I novel describes the adventures -
two
after
achua General Hospital with Marvin Stewart In Galneavll.e month's visit with friends Carolina and Wash- The display Is In the C. H. Niuiworthy building (former his attendants with tie tacks of the 90 men and nine

a. broken shoulder received in Friday evening. and relatives in St. Paul, North ington. D. C. Sheila Conner Worth') on Fast Call Street. The glare IH.' caused by the following the supper.Luncheon officers who manned LST PcameT

a fall and last Mrs.week.W. N. Barry Miss Sharon Neeld of New Minn. and Chicago, III. remained with her grandparents plate glues window through which the photo wan taken. 1826 while It was located in I''
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Mr. this Orleans was visiting Mrs. E. Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent for a week's visit Given the waters off Anzlo.
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of Newberry are spending T. Vestal last week. the weekend in Largo with returned ENTER' CERTAIN MURDERERS -
: week at the Dr. Harry summer and Mark Crawford Elementary School StudentsTo For Mrs. NoblesMrs. ch
; home on Kinj.jy Lake. :Miss Bunky Soto visited herfiance her uncle and aunt, Mr. and home with them. by Sara Woods -, ,.t

a Mrs. Robert Nobies left Pvt. Jimmy Mrs. J. E. Osteen. Mrs. John Yates of Val- End Busy Summer MondayBradford Robert Nobles, the Barrister Anthony Maitland I!

Saturday to join Mr. Nobles and Miss. Bonita Brummett'j Alvin Van Fleet of Toledo. dosta and:! Graham Sale and former Phyllis Darby, was untangles a mystery InvolvIng -

ai Ocean View. Norfolk, Va. Pvt. Robbie Eberle Ohio was Saturday evening daughter, Marty and son. honored at a delightful lunch- a murder and postmortem -

where they are residing while Bennlng, Ga. over the week- visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Phaxton... of Columbia. S. C. County elementary she sadd. eon on Wednesday of last blackmail.

.: he is In. service at Norfolk. end.Bud Haddock. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. schools have been ] Swimming has still been the week at the Golden Kettle

:\11". and Mrs, Lavon Alvarez Yaun and sons Rick Miss Lynette Roddy Is vac Guy Sale at Kingsley Lake with, activity since "buzzlng"I) most popular activity, with given :l by Misses Marla Moore Recent BirthsMr.
. and :Milton! Hamilton, ationing for three weeks in approximately 465 students and Patty Blgham.
of Orlando spent the weekend George for several days. of the regular school term, i I 1
: with Jlr. and Mrs. B. N. My- Franklin Thomas and Roddy Belgium Luxembourg, and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph enrolled in that program this Bridal 'place cards markedthe 1 1
but it will rick They picked up their Crosby left last Thursday for France. Boree of Jacksonville are seating arrangement '
The descendents of the I July 25, according to the elementary summer :program the 13 guests who included Johnson of Jacksonville an-
in the
: children, Karen and Janell, after ten days camping trip visiting Mrs. W. B. Mundy at
Mrs. :M. A
i aweek's visit with the Smoky Mountains.Mr. late Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kingsley Lake for several I Payne, elementary are: 410 in developmental Mrs. Charles Darby, mother I

Myricks and Mr. and Mrs.\ O. : and :Mrs.:. R. B. Thomasof Haddock:! of KIngsland Oa. supervisor."No and enrichment reading of the honoree. Centering the I
; R. Alvarez Sr. Lake City were visitingMr. held a family reunion at the days.Misses Elizabeth Lawson longer do children dislike 250 in elementary mathematics luncheon table was an arti-

Mr. and Mrs. John Hemuntngway and :Mrs: [ R. R. Thomas on. home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. and Mary Delly of Riviera school; they have chosen I 170 In arts and crafts, 200 ficial orange flower arrangement
in the varied in recreation and 10 in elementary I
July 3 with to participate : .
: of Ellzabethtown. N. Sunday. Haddock Sr. on Beach spent the weekend
offered at all school social studies.
i Among programs The honoree was presented
C. were weekend guests of 48 members attending.
Linda, Patty and Bill Rosier 'with Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
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Mrs. Arts and
Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins. and those from out-of-town were centers, says Payne. crafts projects with a Teflon Dutch Ovenfrom I
: are visiting their uncle Lawson.
The children, have been hard which made in the
were summer
her hostesses as a memento
. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Speng- Dltt- Mrs. C. C. Teston of Kings-
aunt11":: and1"8.: C. H. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Kim-
June 13 in classes will be
at it since a
on display
I ler of St. Augustine were visiting mar in Jacksonville this week. 1 land, Oa. Mrs. Roy Soren- mons and family of Law- pro of the occasion. I
in win
gram enlarged over previous through Monday the
V. J.
Major and Mrs. and children of San
: Mr.\ and "Mrs." L. F. Smith son renceburg, Ind. were visitingMr. ,
summers through use of fed dow of the C. H. Nasworthy
: Spengfer over the weekend. and Mr. and I
Jr. and family of Paxton will Diego Calif., and,:! Mrs. Eldon Kim- eral funds, in addition to state building next to Mitchell's Dyal ReunionThe II
. Dukes and Mrs.:
:Mrs.: E. C. : Mrs. Haddock Jr. and children -i I
July 24 to 23 with their last week.
w spend mons and local monies. Instructional Drug Store on East Call
In Burton
Edwards !
reuniotllof
Curtis
were
Ohio.
of Cleveland annual family
parents, Mrs. Luclle Davis and Mrs. Dolph Red-
Mr. personnel employed totaled 69 Street. '
2. S. C. last Wednesday to and Mr. and Mrs. Smith Sr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. returned -' dish and family of Starke, descendants of the late I
Friday to pick up Rhonda Edwards Mrs. T. H. Hutchinson of Friday after a Oscar W. and Prudence
Mr. Mrs. D.
I and W. Carpenter -
uncle who and had aunt been Mr.visitingtier and I Lakeland was visiting Or. and month's visit with Col. and of Santa Fe Lake and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mortonof Association, the Health De Dyal will be held at M'I:!
Mrs. C. J. Houpt last Thurs Mrs. J. A. Scanlon in Catlett, Head Branch state Park
. Mrs. Ray Brookina.Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and Meridian, Miss. are visit partment is planning. to havea
day and Friday. Va. family of Jacksonville were ing their grandson and family county-wide chest X-ray in Saturday, July 31. Supper I I
i :! J. T. Quigley returned last guests last week of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. David the spring or fall of 1967. p.
. and daughter, Joyce, were In visited Mrs. W. O. |
Friday from a three weeks Mrs. C. F. Sawyer at Mln- Coates. relatives are urged to attend.
- Atlanta, Ga. from Sunday to
visit with relatives in Hartford Halle last Saturday.Mr. W. Va. Emanue I Protect Valuables
Wednesday attending the Furniture nahaha Springs Mrs. Bernard : Council RemindedTo !
: Ervin An-
and Mrs.
Conn., Scituate, Mass.,
; Mart. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and Sally Lawson are visiting
and Halifax and other drews spent the weekend at Place I
pointsin Urban
;; Leigh and Dana\ Priest o': and children of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Don Stewartin Rainfall Average '
: Jacksonville Nova Scotia. Mr. Quigley Cocoa Beach.Dr. visiting her parents, Mr., St. Petersburg from Tues Renewal From
are visiting their On BallotCity Loss Theft
was born and spent his 'boyhood and Mrs. O. L. HaynesJr. Is 1.57 Inches !
J. Sun-
. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. S. Sapp on day to Friday. .
In Nova Scotia, and en- and daughter Anne, returned -
t W. J. Dodd Jr., this week. of last day.Mr. Mrs. Donald W. Thorntonleft Attorney George Pierce From July 10.17 |
joyed renewing acquaintanceswith Wednesday
; William Barnes Wilson of and Mrs. J. H. Mc- today Thursday, for 124 reminded the Starke City ,
old school mates, some week after ten days visit Get solid protection at low-
! Albany, N. Y. ia visiting Ms Clane of Atlanta. Oa. were N. Park Ave., Waukegan Ill Council to advertise Its long Rainfall in the county during -' ,
whom he had not da.
of seen for with relatives In Decatur
I aunt, Mrs. Ada Alexander, more than 70 years. Due to Miss Janet Hardy Is home visiting Mr. and Mrs.. George to join her husband Seaman .awaited application for Ur- the past week, July 10- cost. A Safety Deposit ,Box

! this week. the plane strike In the U.S., 1 for the summer from the Flynn Sr. over the weekend. Apprentice Thornton, who is ban Renewal funds In time to 17 averaged 1.57 inches, according safeguards valuablesand
- Mr. and Mrs. George Jones place It in. the your-
stationed at Great Lakes Naval upcomingcity \ to the Florida Forest
J, :Roy Choateen was visiting he ""took a plane from :Mont- University of Georgia
Dr.. and Mrs\ A. A. Bog- real, Canada and flew non Mrs. Thelma DeVine of and family of Jacksonville Station. election ballot of September Service. | important papers.
will the with 13.
gus at New Smyrna Beach stop to Tampa in lesa than Decatur, 111. is visiting her :spend;: weekend Lawtey was the wettest
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priest. I Florida law requires that a
last week. five hours. place in the county with 3.3
sister-in-law,
brother and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez ballot be taken before a municipality HOME: OWNED-HOME OPERATED
Mr. and:! Mrs. N, L. Wood- of Boynton Beach were Daily Vacation can be eligible for inches recorded at the Louis

burn. They all visited Mr. Wednesday and Thursday Bible SchoolAt federal urban renewal funds. Hill Tower. The New Riveri

,.. ": ':-- "' '4-r; : CONTINUE( and Mrs. Keith Reeves In guests 'of Mr. and. Mrs. Paul The fact that the voters will i I Tower had 1.2 inches and'I The Community State BankOF
Winter Park on Sunday. Pine Level be <
!-' d : 1 1IT' Raymond. given the choice must be I I the Santa Fe Tower only .2''
:. John Simmons was discharged advertised four weeks in ad-
Cindy Combs of Jackson-
( ,'t on July 1 from the ville is visiting her cousin DailY Vacation Bible School vance of placing it on the bal \ Inches. STARKE

MARTIN Air Force, having spent the will begin Monday morning. lot I No fires were reported.
: 1 Brenda; Williams, this week. I. MEMBER F. D. I. C.
f'f'r ; past three years in France. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. July 25, at Pine Level Baptist Last year, the council vctedto I _- --
and Herbert Church and continue I
Mr. Mrs. Taylor have as visitors this place the Issue on the balI -
>FJ 0: Thomas had as weekendguests week Miss Angle Godwin through July 29. Graduation Ilot I I but could not because they
at their in the exercises will be held at the
SACK camp and Misses Roxanna, Vickie, made the decision too late to
.J Scrub. MSgt., and Mrs. Melts Melainne Sunday evening service on advertise. Pierce was makingsure
L. f! ..... !I' and Venessa Tay- Will
., "" 1. Smith and family of lor of Taylor, Fla. July 31.The the city will not be criticized -
\ !f" Ocala. of this your
AS JUDGE Mrs. J. H. Fields visited novelty year'sBible for not having the mat .

FIRST Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Faxonof Mrs. T. D. Stroud in Jacksonville school is the method of ter on the ballot this year.

r Qalnefville were Sunday from Friday to lesson presentation. The Bible In a simple yes or no vote,

DISTRICT visitors of his aunt Mrs. Tuesday. Mrs. Stroud returned lessons will be presented by the voters will decide whetheror dream vacation

1' Vergle Flynn. with Mrs. Fields for several the application of magic I. not Starke can apply for I
COURT Mrs. Titus Olson Is In days visit tricks to Bible stories. and In- [ the funds and establish an urban -

Lakeland the Wes- structions. renewal agency.
OF APPEALS attending Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Law-
leyan Service Guild Schoolof son, Jerry Lawson and sons Director of the Bible school

Missions and the Metho- and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy will be Rev. Carnal Wallace, Troop 70 Returns i cost $350
40 YEARS EXPERIENCEIN dist Children's Workers Conference more
Lawson attended the Woods pastor of the Hurstvlew Baptist From SuwanneeStarke you

family reunion in Ridgeland Church. Hurst, Texas. He
ALL STATE, FEDERAL Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves S. C. over the weekend. will be both magician and Scout 70 has just

COURTSPLEASE and children returned last MJr. Randal Chitty and minister for this series of returned from the Suwannee
week from ten days visit in Capt. Drew Reddish are attending services. River where 15 members than it needs to?

VOTE TO KEEP YOUR FRIENDIN Anna. 111. with her parents, the Ordnance Schoolat spent four days and nights

THIS VITAL POSITION IN SPECIAL relatives.Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early and Aberdeen, Md. for three Kirk For Governor with Scoutmaster David Mont

weeks. gomery in a camp near :Mayo.In .
ELECTION, TUESDAY AUGUST 2nd Mr and Mrs. Guy Andrews Local admittances to Committee FormedDr. an outing that has be-

and A. J Thomas Sr. attended Bradford County Hospitalthis come an ann'.Hll.atealr' the

ASK ANY ATTORNEY a breakfast last Friday week Include: Mrs. An- T. O. Ritch and NoUn scouts practiced the skills of

at the George Washington Woodburn were elected co- cooking, first aid
na Kathryn George of Lake camping, ,
I Hotel in Jacksonville for Geneva: Ingar Olaf Blom of chairman of the Bradford and swimming. :
ABOUT MARTIN SACK High Demo County Committee for Claude
Robert King Raiford; Mrs. Evelyn Star- Members of the troop on
I cratic nominee for Governor Kirk for Governor at an organIzation -
ling of Graham the outing
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT ; Mrs. Anna were Stanley Gay,
i. of Florida. Ellen Cooper and Lewis meeting Monday Steve Kirkland Billy Myrick,

.. J Smith of night.W. Bruce Haddock Steve
Starke: GadsonvviiKerson Cox
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T. 181111[ ] Jackson
and Mrs. patsv was Buddy Broughton Woodrow

f I Kirkland of Lawtey; and chosen secretary-treasurer of Grlffls, David Roberts, Jerry
Mountain Breezes For Sale Mrs. Cora Quattlebaumn of the group. Lee, Johnny Powell David 1

Melrose. Other committee membersare McRae, Mike McRae, Richard

II Mrs P. S. Snow end Mrs. : Dr. H. H. Adams Dr.' Wimpy, Ebby Knight' and

I Gene Rushin of Dublin, Ga. P. O Fobs Dr. J. W. Patray, Tom R tch. i '

were weekend guests of Mr, Charles Sawyer, and David I ..,......., %,

:. : and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Coats COUNTRY CLUB II It but
j. :; might, it doesn't have to.yMI .
MEETING
TONIGHT
Greg Gay and John .
Milton
Thomas attended the BaptistRA Free Chest XRaysTo The annual membership you_have to do to avoid paying extra f for your fun*

camp on Lake Yale, meeting of the Starke Golf I is to look ahead. :t"
Be
'- .' Leesburg, last week. Attend Available & Country Club will be held Plan ahead. Save ahead: '
'. ing GA camp this week are Here TuesdayFree tonight (Thursday] at 7:30: ;

.;...j,)<, ., .. Nancy Gay, Patti Whitehead o'clock in the club house, I In a savings account with use
........ Mary Sue Underbill, and chest x-rays will be Election of officers will be I / Instead of paying interest on a loan,

Tanya Watts. available in Bradford County held and trophies presented you'll be getting dividends
on savingc.On
.' \ ,,. Mr. and Mrs. William for one day only on Tues to winners of all flights in your
C. a $2,000 trip the difference between what you'd pay
Smith and family of Bogota. day July 26, from 9 a. m. to the recent club champion- ,

.- I Columbia, South America 12 noon and from 2 to 5 p. ship tournament. I and what you get could add up to an extra week...

are visiting their parents. m. The free service will be I II Sound like saving is a good habit to get into_ ?

Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Smith in given by the mobile trailerof Plastic Notebook $2.30 at the
.. It should. It is.
j the ,
I Starke and Mrs. Mel Atchley Florida State Board of VELEGRAPH. f .-

: AIR CONDITIONERS FROMS119. ''I in Gainesville for several Health located at the Coun- : Saving makes the difference.

weeks. I ty Health Department on

I Mrs. Mary Presnell of Church Street.. THE BRADFORD

: YOUR CHOICE OF ANY SIZE Oalncsvllle was admitted to This one-day service la COUNTY TELEGRAPH

I I., Starke Nursing Home this provided primarily for the I t

I convenience of food-handlers I Published every Thursdayat Savings and Loan Association
; ';. $10 PER MONTH week.Mr.. and Mrs. Billy Moore and dairy workers who are 138 W. Call SL, r

r.. and family of Madison and I required to have annual %-I Starke, Fla. 32091 ;

W. M. Bennett of Live Oak rays for health cards: Annual Second class postage paid 7 e&trw Of Starke

spent the weekend with Mr. X-rays are also recommended
Slade Gas And and Mrs. Fred Bennett. for all school per- at Starke. Fla. 218 North Temple Ave : Phone 964-0500

Appliances I Mrs. Marguerite\. Corn of sonnel. Including teachers, Subscription Rate:
I bus drivers, and custodial
Lakeland is
visiting Miss In trade area; 93SO per

i: Madge Middleton from Tuesday workers. i year; $2.00 six month 41/2 % % % %
322 W. MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 to Sunday.Mr. The general public Is also -- 414 -4/2 .. .41/2

invited to take advantage of E. L. Matthews, editor and
and Mrs. Dave Faulk
I 1 attended the Braves baseball this service. I publisher PER ANNUM QUARTERLY ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND
AIR CONDITIONING Outside
HEADQUARTERS With the assistance of the trade area: M.OOper
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: I ames in Atlanta, Os. from I
Ii to Florida r State Board of year; 12.25 .tx month.
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Mrs. FitzpatrickIs I Luncheon Given Barbara J. Porter

i'Iastio, .. Notebook 'I.3ft: .t th.TEL1GRAPIL .
Complimented For AttendantsOf Weds Mr. DuskieM.
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: At Bridal ShowerMrs. Miss Huggins ,-. Barbara Jane Porter. : .

dauurter, of Mr. and Mrs.Carl .
I Ronald Fitzpatrick, the Miss Linda Huggins and _
Lang of Long Beach, i
i former Kathy Myrick, was her >bridal attendants were i-
MOOTY I II ('alsf became the bride of
I honored with a miscellaneous the Inspiration for a delightful -
Phone 96<1-0651 Rom re Duskie of Long
I shower last bridesmaid's luncheon
I Thursday night I Ito
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6.
Dearth Wednesday. July
-| from eight to nine o'clock at Thursday. July H, at tho on
I the Pine Level Baptist Church home of Mrs T. H. Slado. at 8 p. m. at the home of the

educational building. with Mrs. J. Charles Sawyer i bride uncle and aunt, Mr .
I Hostesses were Mrs. Paul as co-hostess. I and Mrs. Bill Sapp, of FRv .'

| Faulkner, Mrs Woodrow I II Multl-colered place! (curds Stnc'The:, ceremony was

1 1j4 Thomas, Mrs. Luclan Conner, I marked t, the seating arrangement I' perfo-med, by Calvin Johns.

I :Mrs. Roscoe Bullington, Mrs I for the 16 guests at. the Th.> bride was given In I

r? t Owen Alvarez Jr., Miss Carol I dining\ table which was centered -: I marriage by her cousin, Loyd

h t' L Farr, Mrs. Fred Watte.raonI with an arrangement of I Bryan! and wore a Navy blue I

and Mrs. Dave Paulk. I variegated greenery and datn- j''. summer suit with white ac-

Mrs. Paulk greeted guestsat i, L ; P ty pink rose bells. ,I I ce.-so; les. Her corsage was of IJ

the door and presentedthem I Miss Hug-gins presented her white carnations. a

to 'the honoree and her 1\, A.r attendants, organist, and soloist [ After a weetc's wedding 1

I e +. mother, Mrs. Robert Myrick. with lovely gifts which trip tu st Augustine, the 'I'
i The white linen-covered refreshment were wrapped and! displayedon couple left for Long Beach. ,

table. was centered the bride's table. : Calif. I
with an! arrangement, of white \,. rr" After luncheon, guests enjoyed -
iA and yellow gladioli and pompoms 'f : fortune cookies and Sparkman-Varnes

Miss Farr presided at .. .' v: ; played several games cf) bride's Engagement ToldMr.
the punch bowl. .' bingo. Prizes were given to
I \, Miss Martha Susan Ritch,
The hostesses presented the and Mrs. John E. Lee's Restaurant & Drive-In
honoree with a piece of Corn- ; '. 1/ r'H.eePr l+i? Ea11 Mrs. George Huggins, Miss Sparkman of Hampton announce ;
I Linda Huggins, Miss Barbara
Ware a remembrance
Ing as
of the occasion. McRae, and Miss Jane Adams. the approaching (U'ormerly Hill's Drive-In, Temple A'i'f.)
a Miss marriage of their daughter.
The hostesses presented
Mr. And Mrs. Gary W. Johnson <. Huggins with a corsage and Dorothy Lorraine, to Calvin Announces The Opening
Suzi BroadwayFeatured Junior Varnes, son of Mr.
knife as a
r. an electric carving and Andrew F. Varnesof Of A New and Modern Dining Room
h Mrs
Iss 4. ; memento of the occasion.
Martha Ann Crosby I Oa. on Friday. July 1. at 3 p. DancerMiss }
''acksonvllle and Gary m. Rev. Johnson performedthe Htiilbronn Springs Serving Complete Meals & Short Orders

Ism Johnson, son of ceremony. Suzl Broadway, daughter ,. atKtta Methodist Women's The wedding will take
10"
and Mrs Troy Johnson A mall reception was held <>f Mr. and Mrs. Frank .... place Saturday August 6. at COME IN AND EAT WITH US

ellbronn[ Springs were at the pastorlum in, Hell- Broadway, has recently been Class EntertainsThe 8 p. m. In the Hampton First IN \In-CONDITIONED COJIFOR'C

fled In the First-yBap-; bronn Springs following the employed as a featured dancer ,1 rf Baptist Church with a reception -
Natiunta with the world famed ti Methodist\; Women'sSunday ( in the church.All .
Church In ., ,
ceremony. 'tft
honOl'edMrs.
School class TWO-DAY SPECIAL
Tart Dancers of the Mat
friends and relative
,. Paul Hutchdns with a
Gouze. America's Tamburlt- ....... ..T. eveningof are cordially Invited to attend i I
zan King and his Round the L. ..1Itl. dinner party Tuesday' .
rden Club Little Women World; Revue. last week at Wolfle's Rest- I

Las Yearbook Plan ActivitiesThe Linda Huggins Weds Dewayne McRaeIn aurant in Gainesville on her I
Miss Broadway Is currently -
First
birthday anniversary.The Baptist Saturday -- 7.25
) appearing at The White First Methodist Church CeremonyThe ,
special meeting of the Little Club I members attending pre-
Women's Pine Inn in Bayport, Minn Circle MeetingsHelen
sented the .honoree with a personal Fried Steak
ke Garden Club was held will sponsor a bake sale Saturday for an eight week engage- First Methodist Churchwas fern and palm trees were cake. I Country

day night at the home morning starting at 9 ment and then will continue the setting for an Impressive used In decorating. gift and a birthday( Masters Circle of the Choice or 2 Vegetables Green Bering,

Mrs. A. Russell Norman, a. m. in front of Canova'sDrug i on a tour of Canada The wedding ceremonylast The bride's table was cov- First Baptist Church WMU Mashed Potatoes, Squash, Turnip firenlf.
Went for the purpose of company will return to the Friday night which ered with a white organdy City, Mrs Clyde Sinclair met' Tuesday. July 12, at 9:30: Tossed Salud-llot Biscuits or Corn Hread;
ping! the club yearbook Store.A i Minneapolis-St. Paul .area for united Miss Linda Louise cloth and centered with athree Mrs. Buford Mitchell, Mrs. a.m. at the church :Mrs. Ran

966-61. workshop is planned for I the winter carnival Huggins, daughter of Mr. tiered wedding: cake on Freddie Watterson Mrs dal Chitty was In charge of Iced: Tea or CoUee-Sherbet

nnmlttee chairmen were Tuesday. from 9 a. m. to 12 and Mrs. George T. Huggins, a reflector. The cake was Johnny Greene and Miss the program. ll\

ed as were the meeting noon for members to work in Betty Jane PrevattIs and Dewayne Lee McRae, decorated with white rose- Martna Sue McCain Lorena Epperson Circle :: ,

sses for the ensuing homes doing odd Jobs to son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert buds and topped with a minIature After spending some time meet it 2:30: p.m. at the homeof .

:' The club by-laws were raise money for future club EngagedMr. M. McRae. The eight o'clock bride and groom. At!' with their guests the couple Mrs. A. E. McKinney Sr. Sunday1,50

ty and possible minor projects. Anyone wishing ai and Mrs. Rowell Pre- service was performed by the base was a ruffle of'I left on a wedding trip to : Presenting the program were
ages were discussed. member to work on that day the Rev. John R. Brabham of nylon net. Flanking the cake South Florida. The bride: "Mrs. Gnrl*1 Mathews, Mrs. Lola Baked and
vatt of Lawtey announce Turkey Dressing
l please rail the president, marriage of their daughter Fort Lauderdale, former pas- were two silver epergnetteswith chose for traveling a plnlc Johnson, And Mrs. Floyd

Jayne Hardy, 969-2292. The Betty Jane, to Elmer Hlggln- tor of the church. white tapers and cen- linen suit with matching nc- Green. Giblet: Gravy Cranberry Sauce

tie> Notebook $:.50 at the club will also sponsor a botham, son of Mr. and Mrs. The altar was flanked by tered with arrangements of cessorles and the orchids The Brownlee, Ethel Biggs!, Choice of 2 Vegetables Candied Yams,

CEGRAPU. movie In the near future Buford Higginbotham of Max- two pedestal baskets of white white snapdragons carnations from her bridal bouquet. and Lottie Moon Circles met Mashed Potatoes Uroccoli, English Pe s.

gladioli, pompoms, snap- button pompoms, pearlgrapes The .couple will reside In at the church at 7:10:: pm. Pineapple & Collage Cheese Salad
ville.The of
and greenery. the Normandy section
wedding was performedat dragons and button chry- The Ethel Biggs Circle was
,. Hot BiMcuits--lced Tea or Coffee
1'-' .. the home of Mr. and Mrs. santhemums. Across the The two punch tables were Jacksonville after July 20. ,
In charge' of the '
program
i Jimmy Higginbotham in Law background were pyramid covered with matching organdy Mr. McRae Is employed at Apple Cobbler
tey by Mrs. Clarence Rhodenon. candelabra with burning cloths and the crystal the Maxvllle House Coffee which was presented by Mrs

July 2 at 8:30: p.m. white tapers, two sevenfootfern bowls were encircled with plant as an electrician. I "M. A. Payne.

Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson at- trees and at the base,, ivy. The bride's book table,

I tended her sister as matron: spray of fern. White satin also covered with white organdy .

of honor. Danny Waters served bows tied with button pompoms : held a single white .

as best man.A marked the family rose in a silver bud vase.
I I reception was held follow- Mra. E. L. Matthews greeted -

S ing the ceremony. pews.Mrs. guests at the door and' .'
Lloyd Green organist -
:
After a short wedding trip Mrs. Foster Shi Smith presented .
music
nuptial
the couple is residing I in- Law- rendered
them to the receivingline
accompanied Miss Mar-
1 and
Ian Green, soloist, who sans composed of Mr. and t
tey.Miss "The Wedding/ Prayer." "I 3 Mrs. HuRglns; Mr. and Mrs. ? j

Sullivan lave You Truly and McRae, the bride and groom FINAL r
and bridal:! attendants. ,
Is ComplimentedAt "Whither Thou Ooest"Mr. r,
Mrs. Walter Gay of Alachua ,
,. McRae served )Ms sin
Two PartiesMiss as best man and the usher and Mrs. Linda Kay Johns ;:

Arthur Reddish kept the bride's book.Mrs.. i.
were John
Sandy Sullivan, whose Medfcrd Shealy, and Tommy Lloyd Huggins of Alachua, it
marriage to Daniel Alvarez Mrs. Stanley Poole of Tal-
will be an event of this Friday and Billy Hugglrus, brothers I'
I'F
I Inhns'ee and Mrs. C. I, Jeffords -
evening at 8 o'clock In of the bride. :
of Jacksonville, aunts]
the Pine Level Church, Miss Sandra Huggins attended 1
Baptist
,
the bride'srake
of the bide" cut I
hits been the inspiration for her sister as maid of Tmn"h .
PI'rqldl" at the
r two lovely parties In the paRt honor attired in an aqua organza -
bowls were Miss Jane Adams
week. floor length sheath 1lsItRI.thn< Susan Pitch, I
Lust Thursday night Misses embroidered
Schlffll
with Mrs. Lewis Chaff, Mrs. Charles -
Kathleen Thomas, Myiii I'ar- flowers! on the bodice and Sawyer. Mrs. Jimmy Red- DAYS !
rish and Martha Bol linger around the bottom of the
dish, Mrs. Gene Shaw, and
gave a linen shower for Miss skirt. An organza overlaywas
Mrs. J. A. Reddish.:! (
Sullivan at the home of the attached to the waistline
latter. went around Assisting; In serving/ and I
i and a satin bow
caring for the guests were
The Bollinger home was the Empire waist. In her )
Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght. Mrs.
decorated for the occasion/ hair she wore pixie flower
with a bride's dull centering; and pretend pearls O. L. Haynes Jr.. Mrs BobbyL. I
petals
Taylor, Mrs Drew Red-
the stereo in the living room which secured the matching i
''and the 'mantel in the music dish, Mrs Henry Godwin, I,
carried a
i blusher. She
room centered with white wedding aqua Mrs. T C. Hazen Jr., Mrs
I designed bouquet of ivy. I I
i bells flanked by arrangements Carl Sewell, Mrs. O. S. '
attendants.
of roses The white lin The bridal Brown. Mrs. Titus Olson.: Ford Official
and
Misses Beverly McRae Country
I en-covered refreshment table Barbara McRae, sisters of Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. JackEaves '

I held a pyramid arrangementof attired In I Mrs. Harry !
pink and white gladioli, the groom were Mrs. Bob Chapman of Lake,
that of the
& I pompoms and greenery. Re- (towns Identical to Clearance SaleLast
I nee Moore presided at the honor attendant and: carried
I
4.a I punch bowl. the same bouquet of Ivy in a ;:,T 7 T '1f
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r )
I A social hour was enjoyed lighter thad i :

L I by the 25 guests during the The bride, given in marriage 6 .i.infc call for savingsl! Buy any "C6 Ford, Falcon, Fairtane,

hours 7:30: to 9 p.m. by her father was Mustang today and we'll save you plentyl! Big selection .
white
the lovely in a gown of
hr1\ bride-to-be The hostesses with a presented lovely bedspread silk organza over taffeta "p of models, colors and equipment! All at yearend Official .I

as a memento of the featuring a fan-shaped neck-, > <1 Clearance pricesl! Hurry get 'em while they lastl
occasion. line, long sleeves natural! 5* Hay
I
I 9 skirt .
i waistline and bouffant

, NEW I The recreation hall of Pine terminating In a chapel< like, C s AWS

r .aqn Level Baptist Church was the train. Hand clipped Chan- i \
/ setting for a miscellaneous I I tllly lace decorated with w 'fi :

Transitional'Dress shower Monday evening honor- paillettes, adorned the bodice, ,

I ing Miss Sullivan. Hostesseswere and down the front and! ., other IiI

FashionsforSUmmeP Mrs. B. M. ),[Rue, Mrs back of the gown onto the M t6AiTUA av

'! : Alvin Farr, Mrs. Wayne Sapp, train. Her two-tiered:! fingertip W Alll
i Mrs Joel Jackson Mrs. Ver- veil of Illusion was attached '
I :
I
nle Thornton Mrs. Bobby to a circle of organza r 3 n fran e Oar
I I
Sapp, Mrs. Bishop Myrick I with a large rose, giving the value, tight. I
and Mrs. Fate Brown.Arrangements 4Tiapne0ayiaakvdr
f I i, forward look. She carried a

: of mixed white Bible topped by a, TMsondyiil f,
flowers In shades of orchids '
summer spray of phalaenopsls
u lull/,
{ I pink were used in the hall for feathered carnations f. Vonthoutdfe I

I t : the occasion. button pompoms and Ivy uptureitall.l| J
i Into4aI1cL I The refreshment table was Her only ornament was a *'-'W im ,

:! I covered with a white cutwork ,, single strand of pearls, a gift / fowl WN.w hue g Ilwr a.ruwp
I.; A v- I cloth and held a pyramid of For 1M photographic ncord *fwedding. yef
v .....> flowers, and the from the groom. !. DM ttrnctt at a ...."...
pink summer Mrs. Huggins chose for fotnswul rtotofraftar anPhotographs a.taLa ,
same flowers centered the gift her daughter's wedding a ;

699-899 table. Mrs. Sapp presided at beige lace over taffeta dress!
will
: the punch bowl. with matching satin bow at you
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treasure a lifetime In
Mrs. Myrick greeted guests ,
the waist line. With this she'
,Tn dark at the door and presentedthem cymbidlum orchid beautiful natural color.: You're ahead a/I the at Ford Dealer's .
|tOur' 'transition? fashions are In the mood of f fan.! to the receiving line wore corsage.a pink Call us: today, Ask for j way your

tone fabrics Ideal for Idle summer and later. Choose from composed of the honoree, her Mrs. McRae, mother of 1 1the free wedding brochure.

,Icnitf. cottons, Jersey and other fine fabrics. Solid colors mother, Mrs. J. A. Sullivan, groom. was attired In a I Complete albums pricedto
and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Sr.,
"prints, stripes and check. one and two-piece- '*lyles.Complete ,. mother of the bridegroomelect. sweet length,pink sleeveless) two piece dress, street with fit every budget. Terwillegar MotorsYour

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size rang*
matching accessories, complemented -
The hostesses presented the BULLINGTONSTUDIO
bride-to-be with a Thermal with a pink cymbidium -

JOIN TilE KNOT-HOLE GANG I blanket a* a memento of the reception orchid corsage.A was .held In Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties

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ke A r..kt Carp's New Fall Fashions ThroughThe occasion the church fellowship hall, PHONE 964-3381/

Peek-Hole lit Our Window. I Plastic Notebook 92.50: at the I where baskets of white glad- PHONE 96J.7271 206 W. MADISON ST.

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I Chest X.Rays Set ,I :)0.) primarily, : for food han.1i grams deal generally In the Boat I !HTITM nv Fl.OlllUt -
i; Irrs. dairy wOI'kerand I field 1 of prlce- uPPol'''., pio- MishapOn I )n H I ll llOKI.'n
"1'l.ltlr"II01': : I
For Keystone i school personnel. durtion adjustment/ and conacrvutloa .. ; STATI-,:> I| 1111

I This survey will not i l-'f amass assistance. Kingsley KNOW \ I Ii:. Unit" I I. Tc, ''MAIJAM'
July 28,29,30A ,,
I '. nt Mill I '
Si-rr.'t I r
,! community x-ray pio- I Any local resident who is >
I It HIliK' "f KliillUu. tin \h.i.i |
but selective! i-ni-e de- eliiil'jte' to take Injures ManCharles
pr.im.i a part in an ,. .
three-day x-ray survey\ \ "U- I IH>'IMI. Unit Sl i'"' 'I II
tectlo.i program primarily: I ASCS farm program may I't, iiiiii'. !. ,.'j(1"t llM will l' I I", InM
will be conducLed In ClaY : 'Iuituy I --
Hl.iillc.Kl Cniilill "" ii' 1
for thnic who aie require;) bylaw vote. and may hold office a:* Webb of Willlston .
mill, If Il'' i '
County on July 28 29. and ''o haVe an annual chest a committeeman regardless % / IIUHHI. 2 ,
i was seriously Injured on il\" '. a ilenl HI"'I..I| l I"tti" "
x-rnv Any person over 18,1i I of race color creed. or national Kingsley Lake last Friday I elect| .>ii on 'riiDBil.iy) AiitfiiIII I II \
: howc'T-r.' ( who may want a I Ic : origin. Further Information Itt I .
i when a boat ''he was driving
: Th! MiMciiil' ) P'I"lILr:1, I:I' 'I
fl.rJC c host( x-rny may take ad- regarding/ quallfica-: .. 1..101 l I"1", l lpurpose h.
powered by a lO() HP motor. tlo.; ") are Ill-Inn:
vuntu-ip: of this free fcprvli-e: i iTin' I| lions of committeemen Is capsized and threw him Into ,*_ ; & I 1 ,.? oeleLllnit ni."nliiiii.' ) I IJ
mobile unit available at the ASCS ..f. ,ici. >"'"la.... | ,, thai '
will be county
vaptothrough al the water. At I-imtcy Junior High: tM'veu t-liumrnoriM, library und lulmlnlHtriitlon Inilhllng, 1 III bl'l'OlllH t'lllllllllllllH I I : I II
i the post office in Keystone off Ii'e. Webb received five broken 1 I :ttiit'liil" .,, 1l'it ion itil :N;"p".tl".1'' I I, .
anil an. lulilitlnn( l tll the ciufeturluin' $180,000. .
routing
a
llciulits! on Thursday. July Farmers who are eligible to ribs and a broken collarbone I l'1, 1 IHllll fur I Iho offl"< ..f.., (
i vote In the elections of the I Hl8trl Court"
28. ham 9am. until 1pm. also and drawnInn P'I-- ----- I ,
i came near nr -P5 -vs. prul. l-'irnt ,Aiipi-lim\ I tiiMi t rl'MSIOAI.
have the right to nominate before being rescued by ( .) 1

ASC Committee ns a canldate: for committee occupants of another boat.i ,., I <.ll\"ll "lillilrr' inv' ,luiiltl. .I nulihi "t
I I membersMp any farmer who ,
Although one side of his body Florlilu at Tulliihiinoi" I IntiMpll.ll.
NominationsDue Is Hlftible and willing to was almost Incapacitated he :) \ I llllH I"I""t\, ll" ,.1'

By Aug. 1stA serve. Such petitions. each managed to get! hold of a .lul>' A. D.. 1906. .
Turn, Adam
one nominating one farmer '
small ring on the of .
prow Of Stat '
secretary
... : ir i all folt the "best men and flgned! by six or more the boat and clung to It until 1< 7/7 at Tn1'lllHtl" I

,___ _, Iii1 tii a-.iinni)! *' to seive on the eligible! voter' \ may be filed! help arilved. The entire i! ,

... _ _ ASC c unly committee was I at the county office any time transome of the boat he was NotrlMiok. $:j.50 at t die :
before
issued this week by Mi\ August 1. Eligible driving was torn out when I) TELEGRAPH.
the State Farm \lOteimay sign as many ----- t4t
: through June Chipmin.! county office the boat capsized.

"CAR FINANCE: PLAN" manager.(! Agricultural Stabilization petitions: as they wish. Additional Webb was reportedly trying .it

... and Conservation i nominations may bema out the new boat of a

;' Here's how you may ave Service A slate of nominee by the- incumbent ASC friend which had a speed I .

.. when you buy your next for membership on the com- county pommlttee>. The com- capacity of around 50 mph. 301 DRIVEIN
car through!the State Farm mlttei". In its selection of when he
mittip' will soon be established ran Into a large
Car Finance Plan." You nominees.! will make
al the ASCS county office every wave from the wake of another -
save on financing with the effort to see to It that the
boat in otherwise
"Tne committee is calmwatf.'r.
system
auto loan I'll help
low-cost list of
candidates representsthe TIME
7:15
OPEN .7:00-SIIOW :
you arrange through! a cooperating the backbone of farm pro- '
.. And 'I various types of farming He was released Wednesday ADMISSION: : Adult 75c Students 60cTHURSDAY
bank. you'llget Itl'RmVII's.: declared.
Chapman -
At Starke five -luH addition the
and the racial composition offarmers Elementary: < rooniii plus5an to present library
economical State Farm "Its responsibilitiesInclude from Bradford County I' Children Under 12 Free
Mutual automobile Insur. the conservation ofnatural of the county. Hospital where he was carried I'OMtliig $03,173. -

ance. For complete : The election of ASC committeemen after the accident. -F
r-;:;.., PAUM lesources. the stabilization -
details call of agricultural commodities In Bradford County School Construction Is Pushed FRIDAY SATURDAY
will -
be
todayl held by mall
me bal
I and price-support
loting July 21. 22 23 <,i
August
(' 'uIIMct : activities which protect and Under a change 16-26. In I [Continued from Page One Board that the small coun- I are tenatlve plans for a new DOUBLE FEATURE I'UCHJRAMl\I IJ0I
HATE FAPW Improve farm Income. We ASC!
Mululllulomobilt tltiurlnu Comp" 1 ties were entitled to schools I to 24 room separate junior
/ election |j18
procedures
need the best!'< possible cross- made in around $200.000.Work .
Until. Oflict. Bloominglun' IIIlnOl'MERRIIT 1965. of their own. I high school its size depend- 10111
section of farmers to Insure' one county committee Is also under way M frM** *Ml MUtt MO OIK 110*
I member Future plans under the ing upon the amount of KVORITEIII
was elected for
effective administration of a 1- now on a nine classroom remodeling TOTTZAP.ASF .
the various measures" 1 yeAr term one member for a'I ; Job at BHS to house' building program call for the funds left. Finally will come

H.WILLIAMS In Bradford:: County 2-yeir: teim. and the third the seventh grade. It is being first phase of the new Brad- an extensive remodeling of THEIR a

I Chapman explained Mrs.1 member for a 3-year term.' done by a county main- ford-Union area vocation the present Bradford High WILDESTUNDERCOVER McCALl iAT
Therefore. al-technical school to School. VAIr!
In 1966 and go upon ;
than 200 farmers took part succeeding talnence crew at a cost of '
117 N. Walnut St. last rear in one or more years. only one re-I' about 70000. the Conway Airport site I Scnool officials concur ACTION! at -' ______________ _

Phone 96 .::5391 gram, administered by pro-the gulammember: will be elect- The School Board voted to which the Board has pur, that the present main building

I ASC committee. These proffftMWFZiJMT1j ed nnnu lly for a term of 3 i proceed Ith the new schools chased. It will be built with of the highi school called PLUS -

,i years. Each year. however.1first at Hampton and Brooker a $325.000 grant from the "C" Building, should be demolished -

I and second alternate after delegations from the I state. and that the other ALL NEW HIGW''i' '51118810611 IflmRflSTlflflll! b

: i committeemen will be elected I towns appeared at a board Architect Morgan says two wings should receive a

I I for 1-year terms.Services 1L meeting. The State Depart-I that preliminary plans for I complete remodeling Job. ADVENTURE!

ment had recommended that I the eight trade area facility I I Money is the main problem -

1t-: .. 1 Held i the two schools be consol1-' are almost complete and and stretching even $1.3 I l I soI .,... I'

; : FEDDERS' Martin Sack dated with schools In Starke probably be submitted to the I million to cover all Supt. 1 HENRY KOVACIowOPATASHU

For Mr. Birt 42 and the pupils transported. I Board next week. Casey and Board plan will 1I I

I I No Money Down i Seeks Full Term It was the feeling of the Still further In the future take some fancy figuring. I MtvMi.panaviBionM4 tasimau cows

Of HamptonWilliam On Appelate Court
4 As Little As $10 :Month I I 1'\ \ ITTIOTO Hill ItS Till l! [{....I. 41 at I'll..He,24 of. t 111t "
S Star Lite Motel lilt.\hl"IH II ('$11 '\'1"I'" '.urrent t I'u""o' Keiortl, ** ..1, Sunday, Monday. Tuesday WednesdayJuly
: Martin Sack of Jackson IK i'i iii.ir INITIII" t irroompctltlM \ '
f I G. Birt. 42. of' Ituidfitril < , Klurlda, 24, 25. 26, 27
\Ve Do
Our Own .
Financing ville an active member of I I I Mfnleil hlitn will Ttu a. .. run Kimi: :21"!I fe..I.
Hampton died .
Tuesday afternoon the Forlda!! bar for 40 I In r"i, elveil l>y I the llradtordI'OUIIM thence,, run North Inn fttheme ..'t.I .. DOUBLE FEATURE PKOGHAM: "
Powerful-will cool entire : In the Veterans Hospitalat years Sold This \Week Itoaitl, ">'I'i lniilli'. In- I run WeMt :a!1 I ll) fc't!,
nit apartment Lake City after an extended Is a candidate to fill the un- -Htiij.U'iii" until I I"'t> .III) o'llnik I, A I ht'fli'p, run Smith I I In., 11.t t ttn No. 1 No. 2
expired term of the M I.. .\ .', '" .
Illness.A late iuiIISt> I 'Iii. at I Ii-.f. point' nf lieiclnnliiK.. nit II.
.shopor large office..even small Judge Wallace Sturgis fit, .. of tu..". Siiif| a rlnteiiddit' tf ate. 111 the City of still. .'Kiliradtord : Love Terror'JAMES
.. a I on A Slof't01 and
native ami lifelong resident the First Sale of the Star Lite Motelon I'nlilii I'HHI" i Hi tlnn aiirm'd, ., t County. t rinrlila' o'omettiing Wild is Coming Off!
District Coutt of .
\ ',, ,,
1 of ( tiuntv I"oll.th""" Starlit.Flu. ,
Hampton he a lit 11'-UO: ii ilock IIIMIII on
home with i adequate .air circulation. carpenter, a member of was the [ Appeal.A U. S. 301 North was announced .. fnp, the Hnlu. .and ,removal glint M.1tiu 1\ at puhlk' tIlli" I ) MEUNACSARMER JEAN
special primary electionto this week. Sale I of the following buildingItllllilillK *: tu I the hlvheHt, and bent. I ,\1,
S Sound .Harrier Implies Hampton Baptist Church. anda price. as Indicated by docu-l Nil. 1-Krarni, liiiUHe, for aHh at I tile eai.t front II. MERCOURI __gEBER6
operating sounds Reserve name Sturgis successor .
{ veteran of World War II. I Intai' "il .11 M li:I (\\.1, Si I .n tinSR of. the Krailfonl, ('''"nt>" I CHUM I
will be: held Tuesday Aug. 2. mentary stamps was 27000. :: : i...rn.... ..f. I the Mtnrliv" KlaiiifMtHiy ': Hull...'. HONOR "
cooling power;. Operates on both 230 and 208 volts. Surviving are his mother Judge Sack who was appointed The new owners are John\ ", .trnu. .| >rt). Tain hoiineIt. I CUAftUKS I : A l.S ILif': ;: I SANDRA TONY
..De"umitlfies-rell1o\"f Mrs. TVIagg-le Lane Birt of and I3ity' Barry, formerly of1 1 I ("in" '."I1II l>' ,", tiliieil, lt)' .1.,""-. (Clerk nf.t l'iri tilt' Court. "of I BIM'KMANSEAN(
{ to 18 of Oov. Burns DEE FKASOOSA
up gallons water every Hampton; one son Franklin i iBirt. by to fill 1 lii,'IftlHlliiililliiK. IIrur".1. Ci. int.Florida ,1 ,
the unexplred tt'rm.18 admitted Los Angeles Calif.., who purchased -I' ., .. NIL: :2!--KIHIIMliullil. ,)-
day. Five-rear warranty on entire ]hermetic Hampton.: two I ictu I i itr" >i.vi.i:
system. 'brothers.// to the Florida Bar In the property from log hunli'rl, mi (Icalnl, SI'. .atljn- t It, 7 ::-1 1 "' A MAN
I
j
.. GARRISON
E. I. .
Air Exchanger exhausts Birt. Hampton Charles S. iiTit to lit Ii rkt- KUineirtar: ,} ialI'terlii. "- "
smoke-filled ar Dual FlowWeather Brooklns of
St. .. Thin I l I...
H. "
Birt. liutlfllnK
Petersburg: 1926.The i I liri'Mentl 1
Wheel Two speeds: Washable ger- one sister Mrs. Mildred Deav- District Courts of Appeal Gainesville. The Harrys own-I l\ helnir. .lined fur., ftrnruffeTill' /t COULD GET Mervyn! LeRoy ,\
: 'ed and operated a motel In ,,, Hill t fNflll I l.lllllti HlllHl ..
were created about ten
''niicidal filter e.rs. Norfolk Va. California before I I.,. llllle. .til 'IlluVt I the HMld. Ili'UHi,, STARKE ','g KJLI.ED:1. t
coming to I
years and Florida bar is
Funeral services were held ago. within tlilri.ii' ltll': I da\ a I ii.undate ,, .
We Do Our Own divided Into four districts. Florida. They plan the addition -, Financing at 10 am. Friday in the The First District covers 37 ( of a coffee shop and .Inriirnialii'ii. in' 15 IntililaliiHil BUSINESS V.I S ION_ a.. v avIss. vl'Fnai I
I Hampton Baptist Church with I ,other lit the ..rrlO' "r' t IV.
Rev. Paul L. Estes officlatIn g. counties. extending from '\ improvements to the I Superintendent of Public. InM' -

WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. Interment was in Santa FeCemete.ry Volusla County north to Nas- 24-unit motel here. t.", I Ion of HrHilfind 1 Ctiuntx DIRECTORYAUTO -i: i !

under direction of sau County and west to Es- The Bnrrya' have three ,Thf ll.iiinl rs"rvei." i'i the"I'ul.lli rmht, I hiHtruitlim .tnaceept -,

231' N. cambia. It Included Bradford daughters!!, ages 13. 6. and 3. ,. .. ,
TEMPLE;
PHONE !J)61-0631) DeWltt C. Jones FuiueralHome. t'l .j" i lION t.r 1'' //I I.IH| | '
_. County. Sale of the property was THOMAS' L,. CAHKY JR
The Court of Appeal Is the handled by the local Strout $I11"'ln""I., ui I REPAIRS I II Florida Theatre
T'l2t\ T'JHIN :!
second highest court In the Agency. I I
state and in over 90 cent
per "'UI1114'1.:: II' Slit ISV OK
of cases It is the court of last run KM.M: 'rii .P.IIIIKIM1HCI I. Earl's Garage
resort. Mayor's CourtThe (' II llf l-'l..011111I"I I Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00: -
8ANX1146 .\Su" l-'Olt II \IIKItnU' I AM KINDS 0.t'TU .'
sorIY.! IN <.II \.1 I.IM.AMi : Saturday 1:00EVERY :
.\
( REPAIR WORK
I : i1 I HOURS WomanIs following citaea were (- : 5... l.l-ll.-.t.: :
2'4 : rilL r- Lawtey disposed of In Mayor's Court John Car, >,' KIIIIIH and Allork Guaranteed
._ .L ? I II Tuesday: !'IDVI1.: I. l'nIe.:, hlx \\'if'% Phone: 969-2961 I : FRIDAY

IT II I I Hospitalized Otis Brown public Intoxication Vtt..loHeph.. Vlalritlffn. S.... \Valnut, Starke ROYAL CROWN FUN TIME

$27.SO: or five days. .. h I-: lllltli-l.inii" .. liii'l,, \ I:I 9:30 6 RC
Friday CaptPRIZES
A.M. Admission;,
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After CollisionA MaxliiIliltlfhriin.,. hl I. "If.I AUTO SERVICE
Richard Eugene. Clark disorderly Defenilanti.*. :' & SURl'ItlSES
=.. I conduct by fighting. NOIUK (II'' .S \l.l': I

i tiawtey woman. Mrs. A- $25 fine. "l'IJI.It"ouTIO"I I lINt I. : I In- ii': imileiHlKiicd IH h..,lvlnitlven ,' I Gilbert S. Brown THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY

i-. -, T- H I mella Barker Crawford 59. of I Carl Edward Biirgetis disorderly Clerk of ti,.. nl.nvf I-'"rt will., ,SUndar.l Oil Service Station II | July 21. 22. 23 '
'''' Lawtey. was hospitalized last conduct by doing bodily pui'Hiiant" tti th* Klual I I IIIM rftof DOUBLE FEATURE .PKOfiRAM
ATLASTIltES
': weekend after her 1960 Fal- harm J27.5O: or five days. (1. orciloHiiie I renilenil I July I
: 0 J%., tin, *. In tinnhi'Vf. iMiBi'. >,,,11 & BATTERIES ,,
... I con was struck from behindon Willie Easterwood. disorderly the r"lInwlnIC I .....'rtlierl I "piopt-r-" Budget ermROold Service'1' ? rii
a U.S. 301 north of Starke. conduct by fighting $37.50: ty wltuated, In Ktarki 1I.1I.1f..d. 'J ROCK CLAUDIA
.. I Mrs. Crawford was travel- bond forfeited. i'uiinty Kliirlila. 'ti'wliBeglnnlnK I Phone 964-7071 ;.
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'. .. at th NtHthwfHtPOIIUT I 407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S 44 HUDSONCARDINALE'BLINDFOLD /
..' .. ,-" -=-; Ing south; on the four-lane Harley Waldron,, public intoxication. nf. thi. 'ttindH. tin tin. I I i t}
highway when a 1965 Chevrolet $27.50 five Eimt. Hide nf \\ "ilniil Slnfl "
or
days.
: c In the flti.f ""tt,,iit... Pli-u, I I I
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k :. 0 _
,. : ;\ truck driven by William ,
,- j Gary Richard Nelson, driving I II "
Idil fiillli" rl\ "" tn d Uv :N: *. .
... I SHELL : 'T.CHNtCOLO" ,..N"VISI NO .
.. .. Detents Brown. 28. of \If
.00. ... without license; case dismissed VI Hull I .1 iml ih.'ii l ts' i I' \ .
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a a a 0-.. ...... .. II "r Starke. caught up with her after license renewed Muwvll Na..Mi.illi' l '''HI' KIlanlielh :. -I Service Station 'I _
: Na8\Mtilli\; >> if.
i
II-. I \\, car and struck it; from behind and produced In court.A fia Lubrication 'II I
.. and denrllied 'in that' trtain < Oils PLUS
:... :.. .. apparently attemptingto II -
.. while deed r-t t>rilttl I In I>L d l ,
tot. a .. ..._...;w. \11' 1 Mrs. Crawford was I Goodyear Tires &: Batteries|I
pass. ROAD SERVICE .
I .Icp
: 'i taken to the Bradford County Savings Bond registeredin \ A Ch..MIfl..ttl In the TELEGRAPH Sill .nd loll Starke t''!' WICK ADAMS
1 LET !mIpO \ Hospital last Friday July co-owner form becomesthe bring reunite. I '

.. i 15. and: released, Monday. July sole and absolute prop FRdNKEMSTEIIMCONQUERS
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I THE"EGwy.JOI19 According to Florida Highway owner in the event of the TH WORLD

a: } i Patrol Trooper W. E. I death of the owner.

a:,, .BANKBYMAlLfor I Sundberg Brown's truck ap- i HOW BIG %is ft CHINCH BUG?

.. proahed:: the Falcon from\ the l% THK toivrv .11 mitrfti Pit luish
rear pulled, slightly to the <'<> mi\ .\>ii roii mi \ii-. lets Ant.qItan kit.m.Uaflal

: 'Yr.nfer. aummer..day :- left. and then struck Mrs.Crawford's IN.'01(10 1'1(1'1I.\'l"t COIM'l.PII.H :>.'I.0. nigf1t.'WYtet"'er?" car in the rear In R- .
: I Iof t home or the office, save time and by with the truck's right front The Ei.n.t. of I I July 21 I, 2.;). 2t!
steps caused Ann I rncierwofxl, .' Fil>.i>H\. 1 if
fender. Impact Mrs.
banking here by mail] It's .e.
one) of our most ) lose le'iH cn.NOIKK. I .
Crawford to control and
'I')) nUItt'I'OII.: --4 p.
:: popular services because depositors can the Falcon left the pavtiirent. All rrpilliom of the ICi>t"t.- of I IAttn C. HIS NEWEST! HIS BIGGEST!

..'' bank here by mail' ot any hour, any day, in]I traveling 280) feet acron the: I'liilorvvunil.., 1\1".11.)) dvt'a. >- ,'
, eil. nr lii>rM li- ni>tlflfrt and required .
any weather. USfi their dearest mailbox I Iorshute.Tryitl ditch and tnto an opeii field. I n> file any -lnlm' n r t1- I A -
; :: : -- Both 'vehicles came to rest in inanili. whlfh I they mav hntrtiwainnt LUIS
f
.. .. an upright\ position. mild. ..Hfnte In th. of. I
.
e. LI. ir tl>. ( ..IInty Jnilwe. i nr Most peep?fe know that the; einch* f fcuj r fj t"g M "
caunq<
Write to the of the
or osTc for free Damage rear ItraillMnl (Cniinty. Florldn. In'' cPREsLEi1
,
114 1.' the .ourihouiM. !starki. .. Klor'dn millions ot dollars in damages to St. Augustma l lawns.
nl
Falcon was estimated at $400 -
:: S 1 'fcankina-by-mail forms today! wlfMn Mix riilpmtur, "iiM, >nth. But do you know that the true size of the adult chinch,
and the truck at $190. Brown. Irons the date: of the flrnt pub- bug is shown In E above. It takes a trained, eye to soot *
who complained of pain at II, i itlim t IT. this flout-,, H:Kch the chinch bug and 'lh'a early signs, ot infestation, Coil Ni ;* I
the scene but was not treated
$11$ f :; at the hospital was charged iilu wrlUiiir* < .', *.r .and"..101...niuwt..... 'ii.n.1 Mtute p.mtuffli !the- UNDER DIRECTIOM ; -

; FLORIDA I with following too closelY. .. .i.1.1 rei.s nf the ,itt I Iiiti Iii OF GRADUATE rt ,
i ;
HawaiianStgle"
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1111,1 l inimt' h Mw >,rn tn 1the .ENTOMOLOGIST _
l.iiniurit. hlH uKint or hi. at- .
I : I i.>Tnt\., ni I Ir will I ....."n''.* void H'
;: iii i"t'd.II" I.. law
BANK: AT STARKE THE RIGHT POINT for the M..ry I I'tulerwood Suit" ''I.er t ONYlOL I
1 Harriet L'nilerwooil l.eveyr.il I
1I';: wily yon write.. Come In anti' I ".'c'iil.irn I i"r the Kiitatf: <>f a. 04IMCAl. co.
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views Are forthright! and you!, chiracterlatles of a great - tlon equipment and ul ''t. Mi. C.l Stalnakernrooiter.
will maintain a firm position I man, but the Inference wa. sonic cleaning devices cuattfHE3] : a** cxpor: ..
on each: subject whether local certainly apparent to thl 1 ,. r with the M-14 rifle neari \(!
state or national.: I must! reader. i ,,itip' ,eion of their basis
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say when It comes to politicsyou're I bblleve that a number OJ! I. combat training at Fore
: Democratic all the voteis. like myself who: have r1 Jack'on S. C. Expert rating
way!I [ voted for the Democrat!. '0 P tho highest mark a soldier
July 19 1966 I read with interest. :\Ir.A. Party candidate! over the I ,'an achieve on his rifle
Deal Gene J. ThwiBs' letter with years, welcome the additionof qualification ti'st.
For ten years now I have your caption "High Praise the Republican Party in w+ Newman graduated from
been .a regular reader ot The for High" In last week's Florida. This does not mean t aw BHS In 1964 and Stalnaker
Bradford County Teleginph I Telegraph Perhnp-i this outstanding that we are Republican or in 1965.
I have particularly enjoyed citizen's letter that we are automatically '
L your editorial page, although, prompted] my letter. And. If going to vote Republican THE RIGHT POINT for the
r I mutt admit, one has very I could caption mv I letter simply because we have anew k. nay you write. Come In and
little difficulty In concludingthat "Competition Creates the I commodity on the political select your favorite KSTKK-'
you are a Democrat 83 Best" I would do so. maiket. But, it afford ROOK fountain pen. TELE-[
most of your editorials reveal Today with the modern'I competition; In an area where r.KAPII.
your political philosophy. methods of merchandising: competition has been void In
However I am not atracted that we see in our grocery I the past.!
\ to your editorial page be- stores, and other business I anticipate with Interest, h
t cause you are a staunch establishments. the consumer I the forthcoming general election IL
Democrat but because your has '1'onl'rful: choice of campaigns of Robert _,1 .
t merchandise: : many makes'' King High. Democrat, and! I ; r ofMr '
7 Leaman
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Temple ion
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manv brands and!, above 0.11.1) Claude Kirk, Republican
Frank
\ and Mr. Ottlngei
he finally purchases the best I trust that these camp of K vstone Heights hai" 1
product for the best and' aigns will be waged! on tru been p:(mote i to st:>
most reasonable price. and bonaflde issues In FlorIda
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i I sergeant: in t t..t. U S. AiFoi
or coarse; over the years today and not on abstract \.cNow on (1 ,Ith\ V
in Floilda. the voters have, Issues of Integrity of
S combat al: :1'>>1": s in
, been purchasing! electing I political Innuendos or of Southeast Asia :,jpt t Templeis
I II I once holders, and I might I I character assassination. And, a K 1 L'.r I assigned to a forward !
ay. many brands many when the political: smoke' bat base as a radar lepai
! ,I+ makes: but, the electoratehas I, clears and the general elec:I man.

I ing! been in only purchasing one store r elect[the I Governor tion reveals of who Florida our will 1 next be. Claude R. Kirk, Jr., Republican/ NomineeFor ed The Bradford sergeant High/ who School att.'nd'i. .
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Democratic Party Store). I am sure that this added
CharleyE. married to the former Slid\ -
It in a wonderful thing in I competition in Florida gov- Governor Meets With Supporters Here ley Green, daughter of MI I
Florida today that the elec- ernment will!! have createdthe !
and! Mrs( Pace Lewis ot
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a torate, for the first time can best. Claude II. Kirk. Jr., .IuckN. ..nHie btiNlitrxMniun. .anil ICepnblirun nominee for Governor Route 2, Starke. 1I
purchase [vote I In a new With kindest regards. 1'1' of Florida, conferred' with ICXMI' Mi]>|M>rterH at ..n early morning I mi-etliiC| here
business outlet [Republican
remain.
Party!1. Of course I am referring Sincerely Yours, I Thursday then Unitedotem, In the liimlneMn. district until It am., Pvt. James! A. Newman a ,, a
Johns'I to the candidacy of Bob Williams Picture with the KepiiMlcuii. nominee at the Holiday. Inn gathering, are' (from son of Mr and Mrs AlbertJ. I

:. Clause: Kirk, Republican. In Post Office Box 929 left) N, L. Ytoixll.uri., Ur. II. II. ,Vilnni, l>r. T. 6 i. ''Ut"h.V.. T. Jackson, Kirk Uutld Newman Sr. of Route 2Staike .
l his quest for the Starke, Florida bats. ,. l 1)r A..1. Barry, C. II. :NiiH\\' rthy.. surd Dr. J. \\'. Put ray. I IKirk. and Pvt James aStalnaker.
about this question: Governor-I son of :Mr anJ
ship of our great '.. .
vlnlt her wn part of a nlne-roiinty awing he Is making thin week. He I
"A New Jersey court held I do not believe that Mr : Billing Back him \lKltml. S3 Florida. coiintleH. .since July 5. '. -
that domestic Thomas In his letter to The
an injured
employee was covered by Telegraph Democratic m Party's nnt that stand the I! To City Clerk Committee and endorsed by I Hager DuPont Specialists) Committee. :5 pin. Monday. Aug. 1. WHAT SELECTIONS !
the state's Workmen'sCompensation : I the council. Units represented are from Two candid,ties!, Sam Spec-
ard-bearer.
Law and Robert Klni I [Continued from Page One] The change will mean Florida. Alabama North Carolina tor of) Tall has ce, and Martin
High! had a monopoly on the I smoother\ Hurst Mgr Retires seek
i operation Louisiana, and Missis Sack of Jacksonville are
hence the employer'sHomeowner billing transfer had been proposed
laid. It wUI eliminate .
four sippi. Alao included are 11 ing tho post.SERVICE
Policy did not recently by the Utility trips between the clerk's of- members of the 7th
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cover his liability for the FREE ace and the Utility Depart. Forces from Fort Bragg, N.
injuries or lost income of; ment that a person had to puny have also Included assignments C., who are assisting with the
his employee. Does this I Chest XRaysAt 12 Wides make when ,he wanted to openan as production superintendent training committee.A I Choose From Many Models and
that homeowner I account. and assistant parachute jump, involving MEN
imply a
The chairman said, that plant manager at the Edge about 190 men, U planned \, Styles At Low Low PricesAUTOMATIC
must carry Workmen'sCompensation Custom Made Clerk Edwards and Supt. Davis !Moore, Del. plant, and special for Saturday at Camp BlandIng AND WOMEN ,
insurance or Mobile Unit For Florida Living: have agreed to work together assignments in Florida. He \
else assume liability for on the change. I has been plant manager of The next activity at Bland- I .... I .
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his domestic help?" STARKE Get More I "We think the change will I Trail Ridge; find Highland leg!\ will be tho FlOl'ldNa./ .- :-I' ] 1$ I
: YOU Davis time for continuously slnca 1958 1 i ib
I For Your $ $ give more supervision tional Guard OCS, starting
Tuesday, July 26 I of the Utilities Department Mr. Hager Is being succeeded August 7 through 14th. Enrolled I
Charley E. Johns No Salaried or Com- ." Hurst _Id. as plant manager here by in the school !this summer I Pvt. Silas SUggs, son of
Carl D, Hewitt, who has been Mrs. Norman Sums
In Monday right's meeting will be 82 seniors, and Mr. and .
Agency KEYSTONE }HEIGHTS( missioned EmployeesDAD with Attorney transferred from the Johnson- Road recently ... ; I II
the council met City 125 Juniors, slightly) larger I of Old Lawtey ( I']
28 29 30 & BRAD LARSEN George Pierce and reviewed vllle, Tenn. Du Pont pigment than lust Bummer's OCS. I completed a ten-week ordnance I _-- I
July ,
131 S. Walnut St. he the '!!!,, r:<
i the ordinance that plant where was plant supply course at ..r'ir''f: :"I'1Jn
LIKE TO WORK
I PHONE 1)61-0201) created the Utility Depart engineer. Absentee Ballots Army Ordnance School Ab-< ""tJ.' l I
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I YOU Benefit! ,, ment, and proposed the chang Sir Hewitt la a native of ei :Jeen Proving Ground, 1 1 rcJC:: : ) = ...;I
.. es necessitated by the billing\ Tennessee and holds a degreein Are AvailableI Maryland. While there h-
change. Another change In' chemical engineering from was trained in handling and ..t t J
All Sizes on Display the ordinance will\ provide for I Vanderbilt University. He hu I ballots are available \1 storage of Ordnance Corps \;; .. ,
GET CASH 8-10-12 Wides a purchasing agent In the 'been with Du Pont for It for the August 2 special 1 supplies and received special &5.--
clerk's office sometime In the I years district,Judge election, according II Instruction In the use! of
... l/2 Baths future. His wife and three children to Mrs. Neva Flynn, supervisor1 DEFROST
automatic data processing
and Expandables 19 Bubba, 17; and / of election/ i 1 j
Peggy ;
Alterations Jn the clerk's /
Infrared inspec-
office costing approximately Cindy, 16, will Join Mr. Hewitt Ballots 1 must be returned by equipment. DELUXE 2DOORREFIIIGERATODFREEZER

l fried (J.tell" New and Used / 1800 are being the change made to in bill accommodate -I weeks here within the next few',I

Mr.: Hager resides" at Doc
s.Yr. financing availableUse ing. tors Inlet, and has' announced,
I his Intention of remaining! In,:, Going Away For The Summer? EASY TERMS:

$.S."t:0.600: chase Our PlanPaymentsUnder Rental-Pur- I j Urban Renewal the area after his retirement. IMMEDIATEDELIVERY: 841 fl.5O

I $;)0 Per Month : Set For Ballot Southgate AM! W.T.

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Do You HaveVVY'' :: : (Continued: from Page One] Residents
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: aYmenta' frtajke? and Seeber D. Goodman. ... ... ..
Todi)nahy' .to : .L. .tLK. -- SERVICESUIDE
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Complain
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AVAILABLE when he ran a successful race I II IFFLSO -PEST CONTROLL

! Do Vow Need Extra Cash NO W? Full Lake Privileges I for the Democratic a School Board primary seat last In I that the flag Is baseball not flown at
: Little League games
I .' Homestead Exempt- I May. sponsored by the city Recreation AND CHEMICAL COMPANY GAS AND APPLIANCES
LET t'S: HE.LP) YGV Financing I Hunt and Wiggins have Department. Chairman

\\ :nr01; 1't JIO=\'llWUU'tS; not announce:! their intentions Hurst asked Mrs Ruby Johns Phone 964.3965 322 W. :Madison St. Phone 961-7701
Lake Geneva as yet, but It is considered recreation committee chair 1

We Are Trained .To. Help! likely that they will man, to correct that situation :, .
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qualify for re-election. I
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Trailer SalesOn Th qualifying period begins -''I Special Forces :! '. '. '. .. '- ,.: '. ','- ',.- '.: .'" -
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Town Finance Co. Route 100 One Mile 8E i The urban renewal Training Now ''i =

Keystone HelfhU endum. If approved; refer-\\ At Blanding .
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--t Phxoht if6.4.\1 \t Open Sun. & Evenings authorl Starke to \
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Lifmjile Aye
; for matching fund Two hundred' and thirty-
''I proved projects. A special act nine men and officers from ,
was passed by the 1015 Legislature -I component groups of 20th I NOTICE
with a referendum Special Forces (Airborne) arrived
'clause, but was somehow' during the weekend for
REVIVAL SERVICES 'omitted from the city election -|! two weeks of training us an
MO3! (Military OccupationalWANTED
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: ballot last September.
I The Council took steps I I
the CLOSE OUT SALE
I Tuesday night to have
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....<. .f I ballot to be used this Sep I II
BOATDRA1N(
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I Peeled or

'' : "aA ;: Baptist Church Santa Fe Unpeeled Pine \WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.

:: Posts
; '.:' N"-"'" a I DrainagePlanned STARKE, FLORIDA
: August 1st
1: a : All Sizes

UNDERGOING CHAN GE OF OWNERSHIP
r Thru Aug. 7th I (Continued from Page Onel! Phone Collect

tract with a logger, and that
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r Services Each. Night ,' may Santa be arranged Fe boundary River soon.forma between anilldefined Coleman-Evan' Co. Sale extended until July 30

t J Alachua and Bradford Coun Wood Preserving
L .... :r 8:00 P.M. ties. The tram practically I I I
f P. O. Box 36.16

1i Special Music .drier more.* *a, and width up during In of flood half drought time a mile reach period or j''1 Jacksonville 6, Fla. : I 58 NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS


Bible
Preaching
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David MedierosA STARKE-PHONE 961.2600 Week Nights Open Till 7 P.M.


KEYSTONE (HEIGHTS( -PHONE 473-3176 ALL WARRANTIES WILL BE HONORED BY 11.\1.1>\\'CHKVItOl.nT.:" ; () 'r. INC.: YOUR

Warm-hearted Bible Preacher and an Accomplished Accordionist.Come .
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NEW CHEVROLET
and Hear Him Sing and Preach God's Word. Rental Services


A Special Invitation To All HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

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I J Starke Post 56 Plays Tonight Race Certlfloftte Track Revenue 10,000 I Bradford Physical Ed.High School 97.000 iv KOIIII'cult-i Minn"'01'Si': TI Vl'fr'l.'Olll'I'' DFrr.ri: .:(mini.tlll> li.

Reserve on Revenue Hampton New School 200,000 IM .(rii/\\itn CaM. :II... HPBUM. :

Certificate 1 ,710 Brooker New School 153.00O( 1,078,893 J :M. ftilwarclH: Jr anil,

tl' )Jn District 4 Legion TourneyStprkea : Interest on Revenue Dully Ann Plaintiff,, KJwnrcln I hip wife

Certificate 03,123 Remodeling 20,000 VB. I
I Albert Clark, Major (Clark
1 will pIalthe to win the tourneyby Commlsalon on Collection 4,000 Equipment 48,500 '.
Post 56 chant t Kll.al i-lli Clark :
winner of the Ocala- C'.m-hps' Edward; nnj Ed-I To handle Bonds (Adm.) 100 Reserve.. 137,032 Ruth; (Clark NumloiH I'.I.'I..l: .

tonight In Akrl 'svllle gar
Oain game I I0.1..1.
1'0I I'll
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the jccond contest of the I traded \\'In'lIh Galnesvile: Total, Expenditures $ 11' 2,493 Total Expenditures 1,401,443 I : Arthur riurk, lr IIn.1 l

Fourth District American Legion and nave been J.., 'aten once by 1 Renervo 2.133 IV. Budget> for Contracted Programs Albert Clark Ji., Aildru.8 ""-

Baseball! Tournament''I Ocala. -- RECEIPTS knuA'nVou are liorcl.y notlflixl than I

being held here Wednesday Ac" hurleEnmett! Akrldn' F. :leral! null Cur Partition has hear
I Total Expenditures and Balances $ 174,626 $ 31.919
through Satur.ay.;! July 20-23.1 has i oeen lunteci as the starting tiled against you.. In the aliovlnatnnil ,
lH. riutJtfet: EXPENDITURES .ami.,
-r for Capital Improvementa"CED'TS Court IMUIBB ala
Post .8 drew a bye for the j jflrs.t rlU.h: r in the game to- w ,
I' Administration 7UO you uri rt'ciuli'ed to serve a uopynf '
!game Wednesday niitht] night. Hu Is 2-0 this summerand ;j :Y ,_ : $ your unwwfr or plHiullntf to
and the two visiting teams hasn't had a run s-ored 1't .. ''State' $ 350,000 Instruction 33,219 I the I'omplulnt" on tha r'slntlffo r

Gainesville: and Ocala. met. ;| against him.Starke'a \ Local 10,190 A ttorney'li'icft I II.I I'lvrc, ,
ThiniiHM, IT'h/ VK I 1'. i n. Draw,.
A win tonight would put thelooals | probably starting Cash.Balance 1,041.235 Total Expenditures $ 35,919Complete l'UIO.< :; "fliirkx!I Fl-irliln, u nIl Cite
) Into the championship line-up is P Emmett Ak- __ the ol-liT'ii"" :' ) I", I t'l',i'. ofru-o i (
I : .s' details of eh separate part of the school budget .
I he Cli-i-l k of tin. Clri'i'lt Cuuit
S game Saturday. The two 10s- ridue. C- D\\igl. Elder.:: 1-B --. Total ;i,4l,4() ,':3EXPRNOITURKS summarized above are on file and are available' for public on ur Imroro thu 1-th: da' I"
= im teams will play Friday -Dale Crosby 2-B .- Gary ,, -- ,, AoTtirtt.. I IliHtt' ; i>thi'rwl0i the a.*
: Inspection at the office of the
a- rTjht! for third place. Beincnt. 3-B-] Charles! Howell County Superintendent of I I iHtfutUini' nf Hiilcl 1 Complaint'
Sites Public Instruction, at the courthouse, Starke Florida and will be taken.. an confe-Med I/
=: ; All t ref games are :;=t at S3- Wayne McLeod. LF -
$ p.m. on Bradford Field. Paul McLeoit' CF San ,iv Area"Vocatlonnl- will also be avaable: for .such public hearing together with you.ThlM nnt'ii1' nhiill. i* publlHh- I

....JStarke is given a "good Sanderson, and RF- Bryan Technical .161,500 ail supporting statements and information. All Interested u'il,! ->r"," -nth, weelt for fun r

.. 1 j1wln.HISTORIC.1:: Hampton School :S.OOO Clt>, OONeW' persons are cordially invited to participate in the public hear- ,-no."rt .I c.IP't.ninly|h'p \.TuluwrHph.ilii{ In the nruclfi I

ing and discuss the school program. and budget for this county Di t i.iil tliU 18th day of July

.'.I. SOCIETYTO Buildings for the enmieingyear.. 1 lilbi"I I
T :\Ir.t;. MONUW J k.ieVl I IIAUL.K.S* : A. IMP.BY
: A Yl( )[, e& Ui% Balance due under j BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Cl-rk of thc Clf-ull\ Cut' ri
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V. Vlllln-is,, ,
The Bradford County Historical construction 301,893 Thomas L. Casey, Jr. Secretary: and SuperintendentIt tiy Uul.y .
I D<>!>ul" CI. fitHF.A1.1
Society will meet Monday .. 5- _
: ; IMCINERATORSlthey I Area VocTechemter 323.00O 7/21 I ( I
At 7:30: p.m in the piiblklibrary. 7'21 4t, N'lt

All ambers( and other -

interested peiaon.s arc invited
S to attend. I '
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.... I Charles I lii>Vnn < with u special auto tag at last week ',} "

I meeting of the Friend.i 4'mi's ('h!tun workshop.Cm I. ? J : .
I of the Library will be he'd a. t .fiB'' ., I' .

I 4:15: p. m. Monday. Aug.! 1'1 '.
Host 24 Area ClubsAt /'f '
.... I at the public library. All fans ., .: -L .. ". u,.., ______ .

: I members are urged to a"tend. I II II I District Council Meeting .\

I 20 word or lees, one Insertion. Memorials. Resolutions, etc. Display Ads In Cla..sifled. Section: I

: I Char1n Francis president- ;provided at thc luncheon by (minimum charge) ..,------- -- --- 1.00) I'er word ___??______________ .03 VI.50 per In'h-flmt InMTtlon., ''
; 7 ,let of the Starke Civltanlub. I Miss Judy McRae alnjrer 'of If not paid In advance' _________ 1.23 'I'
< imported at TueKdaY'l1! popular songs who was accompanied Curd. of Thank. : V'p to CO word
Keyed, coded, or blind adi $1.23 Inch after- first insertion.

sure are..unless they're Insulated ,lub meeting Area I on Council the FloridaDistrict MeetIng I Mrs. Julian McRae.by her Miss mother Veda, (minimum charge) _____________ 1.25 (minimum charge) _______.. ---- 2.50 per t

like this Hercules Mulli-Lo steel file. of Clvltans held- last Frl- Fish (1( Glen St. Mary, North Kauli: : additional. word over 20______ .05 Over 50 word. per word__.________ .05 ,

Uninsulated steel files intensify heat d.T.!, ntid naturdny at the Starke Florida Strawberry Queen
: so that in case ot fire business records Golf and Country Club. also entertained with a read
lie charred to i crisp taster than .if. Insurance Problems? HASTINGS; MATTRESS INSURANCE: FOR SALE-Brick: home oak BE SURE TO SEE WORLD I
at the luncheon.
Ihey were outside the Tiles. And that'sa The meeting was a training ing & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED RATES ,floors 3 bedrooms. 1 Hz bath BOOK before buying any;
Bob Turner business) Call the Man From
man
(t""si'on for club presidents
43 out of 100 firms AUTO, FIRE. BOAT
big reason why Palutka family room or dining area. other
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!ever recover after losing their records i iI wretarles., and fruit cake ager at the Florida State. Prison "KEYSTONE"George 710 Lemon DOYLE E. CONNER: Enclosed garage. Double lot
I M a fire. See e Hercules insulated ,'hairmen from throughout the was Installed aa. a Lieu- Furniture Repaired INSURANCE AGENCY Payne your local representative -
E. LaRue 1028 Palm St. Tin Warren.
file today Northern Area> of the Florida tenant Governor for( Civltan Upholstered & Refinished since 196. Box 626,

District. However, district of- Zone I. Clubs under his immediate Keystone Heights :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew tfohg 969-2451. tfchg i..Phone 964-6793. tfcng .

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I S ficersvcre, << in attendance from Juried let Ion are TallahkSHee Consultant For All Your I ,
Innersprlngs
I Gainesville HAVE SEVERAL, OPENINGS. Myers Power
Chlefland ToolsArea
n< far nway as Miami. Insurance Needs
and Box
SpringsDrop In Maria Priest Kindergartenfor
I The meeting/ was presidedover ar I Starke presenting l's A' Card or Call 1960-1967. Make reserva- Headquarters For
bv Florida District Gov- I Turner presented, !Jov.: De- Great American Ins. Co. MARY QARTERPAINTS Lawnmnwen Power Tool
PALATKA EA 5-9166 I IMKS. tions now. Call 9648941.4t .
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r'r Ch'irlM A. DeVana: of Vane with a specially made The Travelers Ins. Co. 7'28' :.MrCtillorh Chain Saws
.. auto with the 1-EGGV SmLLEK | chg
Uonch.Onr tag stamped
Rix.i'rn Tel. '
I 473-4692 Day St. Pump & Water. !System"
District 2f)9) E. Adklns'
of the highlight- the wording: Governor
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Easy To Own entertainment Civitan. 473-4325 Nitea Stark "'4ent Sll N. Church Street I Brig"* &; Stratton Engines J
meeting was Auto fire Home Business Very nice two bed room frame Rental.* Salon !Service' "

Monthly Payment Plan dwelling. large lot abundanceof I 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.

LONGCHAMP HOMES Juveniles Caught 4x7 foot plate glass window I I ELECTRIC built to order.BOAT Machine HOISTS work.- Complete ofPAINTS Lin dential shrubbery area., Price exclusive$ resl-I GulncsMlle. 376-3411 tfchg.

\ at the restaurant.The Boat Motor and Pump repairs.Brown's .
After 2 B & E's boys were traced by I ONE STOPMASONRY Repair Shop. Rt. 1, ANDSUPPLIES $1.000.00 down, $65.00 per FOR RENT 2 and 3 bedroom
Ideal small family
month. for
Custom Built tracks they left at the scene. \ SERVICE Box 363 Starke [tKlngsley houses Al.to furnished and un-
Two juveniles: aged l-> and:! or retired couple. A. J.
In trouble Lake. tfchg
Neither has been
Wed- Heady Mix all size Con- Thomas. Realtor, Tel. 964- furnished apartments and du

Your Plans Or Ours I 15.nesday were morning apprehended, July 20. for\ previously Green said. crete Block; ail type: Sand; I FOUR ROOMS and bath For All Purposes 5701. plex. 524 N. Cherry St. Phone
Prfcca-t 069-3325.
Your Lot Or Ours breaking and: entering two Unteln. Everything furnished apt. for rent. Call HURRICANE SEASON I tfchg
Volunteers AskedTo necessary for concrete masonry I No, 3(1Reduced
Brooker; establishments. ac- 969-1185. ttcha WANTED TO RENT-3 bed-
1 construction. SPECIAL Attractive :2 I bed-
J Ii cordIng to Bradford Deputy Work With We wlU meet room house close to Starke
., HOME: IMPROVEMENTS: Sheriff Robert Green invest- I all .material I any within price Bradford on- : WANTED Rural acreage. 3-4" x 60 Yards I room home situated on 4 acre with place for 2 horses!' Leave
I ALTERATIONS3BEDROOM X-Ray Unit j OooJ location for homes. tract, :2..I acres tillable and 2
REMODELING:\ igattiv officer. Tues.l County ANI STILL Information at Telegraph of-
Tho two boys broke into an < MAINTAIN QUALITY. Bufotrt Mitchell P. O. Box ,i Masking Tape : acres pines. 'enced storage flee. Itchg
Brooker State The mobile f I 233. Ph.! 9693281. tfchg buildln Reduced to $7000 ;
HOMES office at the Market used by the Florida State Board t of /"BRADFORDKNGINEERINO Reg. 93c for quick sale. FOR HALM:-HUfS.: & FIKNITt'KK. -

Farmers' : Health will be at thr- county I FURNISHED APARTMENTSlIght. No. 424 I :. INCOME:'; PROPER-

I Carl Hodge to store They took soft I, clinic here next Tuesday. JUly i iI ; CO. & water. Bulllng- NOW 65'KINGSLEY Kmnslcy Lake lake front TV 210 N. CIIEKKV. LOWDOWN
HOW drinks and supplies. Ph. 964-2521 Starke
FOR SALE\ three cases of sort d'lnks.1: I 26 and the Bradford( TB Association 'I ,ton 964-7271. tfchs summer home 4 rooms bath. I PAYMENT:'; BALANCE -
Is asking ror volunteer LIKE nEST Ph.
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large enclose:!! screen porch. 96&1
recovered.
of which was FOR RENT 2 bedroom un- 1
Small Down PaymentIN one workers. COME: OUT TO THE OLD 7271. tfchg
Bath and boat houses private -
Earl Green's Restaurantas furnished house in Hampton. LAKE: HOUSEfor I
unit will be available Trading: Post and browse a-
The dock. Call for terms and
AND also enterei and a quan- I Ph. WsMo 4SB-1048 tfchd sale. Write or call V. Q.
OX round.
PINE RF.R'ZF. RUBniVI \\ from 9am. to noon and from You will find bargainsyou price.
JOBS OPEN
i
and chewinggum McCoy, Jr. P. O. Drawer 1 1148
candy I
tity of can't afford to miss in
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; EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION: 2 to 5 pm. Volunteers are FOR SALE: 1208 Johns Drive, STROUT REALTY ,
taken. asked to call the Health' general run of furniture, electric 3 bedroom, 2 bath; CBS, hard or phone 376-7290. Gainesville 2117 N. Temple Ave. i Ilotuisesslfe Interested In part

Contact Both places were entered i I paitment to be placed De-I appliances sinks, water wood floors. Corner lot. Fla. tfchg [IV. S. 3011] I time work. :3 hours day, S
thrown .
after locks were [ list during the hours pumps. wash pots tools ra phone after 3 p.m. 9 Tele.-I Phone 9B9-3191. Starke day week. All holiday off.

BUFORD MITCHELLOffice through! windows. A large i wish to work.RESOLUTION dios refrigerators, hubcaps 2tp 7/21 FOR SALE-! screen doors No Sat. or Sun. work. No ,

Phone 969-3281: P. O. flw K 238 rock was iispct to brt-alc__a I boats, also metal roofing lumber 6 ft. x 8 inches x 32 Inches FOR SALE- Baby crib and selling.

Sturlte Ha."We windows. Just about any. MARRIED COUPLES WANT $..00 ea. including hardware. mattress. Practically new. Never
140 S. Thompson St. : thing you are looking for. We ED for Cottage Parent work. I Small electric range $10.00 used. Ph. 782-3538: Lawtey. Retired man Maintenance

Pursuant! to the provisions of Section 237.12 Florida Statutes buy. sell and trade. 2H miles I Will alao take single persona. phone 964-3801. 2tchg 7/21 4tp 8/4 work, living quarters furnished -

\ Are Chamber of Commerce" :Members Are 1952. notio Is hereby given that a public hearing shall beheld north of Starke on 301. Leonard Minimum education lOUi grade. ,. plus salary.

You? If Not JOIN TODAY! I Bradford County Board of Public Instruction on and Ruby Grlfns 2tp 721It Age 21-54. State Retirement JIM WALTER CORPORA- FOR SALE -Electric Hofner Need lady. to live In. Norhiluiren.
hy the Social Security 2 weeks paid | Guitar. Good condition. $100.
.I Thursday. July 28, 1966 at the hour of 7:00: P.M. in the really rides like new. Makes vacation rick leave ''ben.eftts.Shifts TION has 3 nice houses in Phone 964.6601Ext 628 or Light work and

County Board "Meeting Room in 'the Courthouse at Starke the rocky road to love-like run from 6:30: a.m. to Starke area for sale. Only $50 064-6694. 2tchg 7/21 $21)) week.We .

with the citizens Hm-o-o-o-th. 2:30 to 10:30 down and balance like rent. still have for
Florida, for the purpose of discussing : of SAM. 2:30: p.m.: : p.m. : BRADFORD ROPING CLUB openings
school 'budget of said county for the p.m. and 10:30: p.m. to 6:30: For information call 388-0161. : Curb OlrlH. and "'altre"""" *.
the county the proposed FEEL LJKK YOU'RE IN OR- Fish Fry-Adults $1.00 Children -
,
Fla.
In married Jacksonville. 4tchg 721|
ATTENTION fiscal year beginning July 1, 1966 and ending June 30, 1967, BIT? Are you driving a car a.m.work general on name !shift. Please couples I 50c. 1 p.m. Sunday July No fen charged l unlew we

..M whi< h budget i Is: that shimmies and wobblesand contact Personnel Office Sun- BARGAIN HOUSES: 31. Calf Roping, Barrel Racing linil you a jot.
Schools: wanders down the road? o and other timed events.
for the Maintenance> of land Center Gaines!
I. Budget Training
House and 1 acre of land with CentralEmployment
Come In. for a free wheel balance SR 18, East': Hampton Fla.
ANTICIPATE* RKCKIPTS: ville. 4tc-hff. 8/4 deep well $50 down easy pay-
: and d Girls i I checkup and see if pre-
:; Boys 1. State Sources $1.056.080 cision balancing doesn't put FOR RENT Furnished air ments. From Starke go easton COTTAGE or Site for House "
.. and District 313,868 HI way 100 31. miles left Trailer for Rent, Shade Trees SERVICE
2. County you on the straight and narrow. cond. 2 bedroom cottage on.
on Grifna Loop road. Go 1 and good water $10.00 per
3. Incoming: Transfers"' 1,250 .-FIRESTONE Crystal Lake. For reservationscall
3.13N.. Temple fm-37ll(
mile house on left. month. A. J. Thomas, Realtor
L. K. Whltehead. 969-
-- See -- SAME DAY BRAKE SERVICE NEAR SfTATE! 'PRISON! Tel. 984-5701. I
11.371.198 3675. Stchpr 7/28 I
;: Total Anticipated/ Receipts 9,019 wo fix faulty brakes Big 2 bedroom home completely NEW!: BUSINESS: for Sturke 1 I CLEAN RUGS like new, so
Cash Balances S fiurt. In at eight. -out by five. WANTED: Junior or senior finished, with hardwood easy to do with Blue Lustre.
We have the sites, good buildIngs. -
; I Brake drums .turned and re operator. full or part time or floors. From Raiford take I Re.nt electric ch.impooer, $1.
I
well located. See A.
The Gospel via Magic Total available Cash and Receipts 91,366,179 surfaced new linings groundto Thurs., Fri.. and Sat Call Key- Sanderson road about 2 miles J. Thomas, Realtor. Tel.me.96.i- : Starke Hardware. Itchg
EXPENDITURES ( fit, all hydraulic systems stone Heights Beauty Shop, turn left on 3rd dirt road. Go 7501. '
PKOI'OSEII Inspected and fixed for perfect 473-4865. 2tohR 7121 200 yards turn left house on I HAY FOR SALK. Phone 969-
1. System WideAdministration I 3434.& tfchf(
Presented Phone right.IN
25-31 stops. us for appoint-
--- July 47,096 ment. ALL TYPES!: of lawn mowers COLORED SECTION FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury 4-
'. FIRESTONE.
2. Instruction 1,092,779 and saws machine sharpened. Semd.fu !8hed low payments.From door. Rums good. 4 new tires.: UPRIGHT PIANO-good condition -

AT Tim: 3. Operation of Plant 73.900 REGISTERED!: PROFESSIONAL -calvin Johns, 332 N. Water, Starke take Lawtey road $100. Phone 969-1 43. Itp price $85 we need the
QnJl B6 -ftO95. Itp
4. Maintenance of Plant 13.0OO: NURSES!: -.NIGHT DUTY Ph. 964-1441. tfchg, about % mile to Williams. subdivision apare. \

ONLY, ((4-12 anti 12-8)), 138 on Estelle St. turn FOR SALE ONE OF THE FOR SALE Farmall cub
PINE LEVEL :a. Auxiliary Services 99.90O bed general hospital for men- HORSE FOR SALE-Double right house fronts: on Oak St. BEST MOTEL BARGAINSIN : tractor mowing machine bottom J

6. Fixed Charges 22,000 tally retarded. Residents, all registered Palamlno and, quar- back of lot on Grove St. FLORIDA. 14 well furnished plow fertilizer distributor. ,

7. Transfers to Santa clinical areas, except obstet ter horse. 15: months 'old. Stal HOUSING SERVICE CORP.P. units TV air-conditioned planter and cultivating equip.

BAPTIST CHURCHDaily Fe Jr. College 9,395 ,. rics. Starting salary $380 lion. Phone 961-6601 -- Ext. O. Box 1214 Atlanta Ga. Crane plumbing, tile baths Good condition $350. Ph. 468- j

r monthly. 40 hour week six i 628 or 9646694.& 2tchg 7/21 Call 52 .064& Collect for Mr. Bates spreads, etc. Owners 1190. Himpton.: Itp

$1.360,070 paid Holidays. 12 days paid Lee. 2tp 7/28 quarters equipped with Food-
; Total Proposed Expenditures I FOR SALE -- 1957 Chev. 4.
Annual Leave. accumulativeSick COMBINED INSURANCE CO. orama. Norre l'IU1a-e. Hot Point
i 'I Vacation Re-servea 1 I' 6.109 I ; etcl door sedan: 6 cylinder, standard -
Leave meals! and laundry Needs two aggressive sales I SINGER: niAL-0-M.lTlC: washer. Hot Poll.* dryer,
optional at minimum cost men to travel 18 counties in CONSOLE MODEL, Sewing all like new condition. 375 transmission, good shape.
Total Proposed Expenditures insurance payroll deductible. I feet U.S. 301. Priced to Phone 964-3541: Itp
N. E. Fla. 8 day week. Must Machine. Must place in your on
Bi ble School and Balances 1.366,179 State Retirement and Social be 21, bondable and good char- I area. A-l shape. Zig Zags sell. Reasonable terms' to responsible I
Security benefits.' Apply to Director buyer. Write or FOR RENT preferably year
II. Budget for Debt Service acter. $60O mo. guarantee to buttonholes. fancy. designs,
9:30: TO 11:30: A.M.: RECEIPTS :;' of Nurse, Sunland start after two weeks. in etc.. Sold new for over. $300. phone BUI Summers Starke round, furnished three' bed
.iu Training Center Hospital P. school with expenses paid. MUST SACRIFICE. Just pay Tel. 9645801. 4tp 8/11 room brick home. Kingsley
1. State Sources 47.969 O. Box 1 150: Gainesville, Flor- Lake frontage. Phone 969-
Write or call H. B. Cronlse, $3
balance, $62, or assume
: A, Directed by: Magician 2. Local Sources 47,733: Ida. iione: 376-5381. 4tp 8111! Sales Mgr.' 10875: Player Rd. monthly payments. Will take FOR SALE -1959) Buick 4 dr. 1191. Itp

.* ,- 3. Transfer from '. HELP WANTED: Night cook, W., Jacksonville, Ph. 768-2091 I older machine in trade. Call I Hardtop "Invtcta" Power

Rev. Carnal WallaceHurst Capital Improvement 78,904 night waitress; also curb girl. 2tchg 7/281 I Credit Manager, COLLECT leering, brakes, seat. Air con- FOR SALE- 1 Band saw 1

Apply In person. Lee's Restaurant Jacksonville 353-1946. any- ditioning. Clean. tires good. patio 8x20 aluminum awning,

TexasFun Total Receipts and Transfer 174,68 Drive-In (formerly 1.000 DIXIE: PAPER CUPS I time. Will deUve.r.. No obligation. Tinted glass. $595.00: For appointment Hide-away bed and other fur-

; ENFENDITURES Bill's Drive-In). ltchg and dispenser, 18.00 value' 2tchg 7,29, call 963-1052 after niture. Want to sell at once.
.;, r I 4 Itchg Call after five in the
close-out 450.: Bradford( pjm. 1 evening
Magic Refreshments Payment on S. B. E. Bond $ 30,000 FOR RENT -2 bedroom 1 '
,. f ur- County Telegraph. tf HOUSE AND 5 ACRES for Pet to Newsome'a Body Shop
Interest on S. B. E. Bond 17,969 nlahed house. 337 N. Clark St. Rd. 100. ltp
rent. Comfortable and close FOR SALE -Registered
of 237.27 Loans 8.00O Phone 64-4.31. ltchg "
Payment
FOR RF.NT-l bedroom' trail in. Will also sell; good buy.- roc & to 6 months. One DU-I
Free Bus Transportation 961-6303: Interest on 237.27 Loans 64O FORUntllrnlshed: 2bedroom er. Aim trailer spaces with See Mrs. E. J. Flynn Rt. 1 and 2 gilts unrelated. "' PICK YOUR OWN BlackeyedPeas W

t'i District One Bond 21.00O house. S.e Mrs, Stoneat patios. Phone 969-1O31 West- Box 2H6 or phone PA9-1822. Oak Farm, phone 96 -6695 or $1.50 a bushel. L. A. 'I.

JulvrtiMl ua .,..t. Ou Bond, ll.MAO Koch Drug Store. *tc 8/11 m01'\I".lId Trailer I'nrk. tteIu ItchR M9-3191. ttrhg\ I CLtkc. P.I 1, I_>wtt>y. Itp ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



STARKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JULY; 21, 1UBCI

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.: : -,.-t..11 basements can be preventedby I flavor This makes a quick-

., the use of dehumidifiers. cooking high protein food. I

Another method Is to open Both lentils and split peas'

) t) 'J.j. windows when the air I.i are plentiful this season and'i1BtlJuIy

: cooler: outside, and use a fan they are a Rood food buy.

to circulate the air NOW FOR A COOL

Those Sloppy Jalopies .' The best way to prevent REFRESHER

"h.'. mildew? Install air-condi ORAPE FIZZ:-1 pint vanIlla 18, I960
,
tioning.! When air conditioning Ice cream, softened ; Dear Mr Matthews:

H A lot of things contribute to the any improved or vacant property. It Is used, humidity can three-fourths cup [CS oz. cans] Ot>"iously, Arch Thoma.9Senior's

,.JFoverall appearance of a town . includes "any abandoned deteriorating e drop 30 per cent. Mildew frozen concentrated grape letter to the editor

.*' whether it makes a first impression decayed, or deteriorated buildings, JSE ,It( Mtl doesn't have a chance. .1 Juice thawed: 3 cups milk; 3 printed In the Bradford County
the We have a bulletin we bottles r FT OZ each] ginger Telegraph Thursday July
on visitor
as an attractive and a automobiles, trucks, house trailers,
I'I''j
would love to share with "non-
you ale chilled Vanilla Ice cream. 14, was nothing but a
r desirable place in which liveor
tot to stoves
ice boxes
refrigerators, washing 'r'' "How to Prevent and Re- In large mixing bowl while paid" political advertisementfor

vice versa. machines, clothes dryers, plumb- .1"" . .' .. t tI move Mildew"-call or write beating: 1 pint ice cream Robert King High.

Some of these seem like little ing fixtures, or similar appliances or tI I this office. blend in grape Juice; gradu- When It comes to being
fixtures." I HOW TO COOK SPLIT ally blend and experienced I
in milk. To> serve: knowledgeable
[things taken
individually but in 1
PICAS; AND LENTILS I Into each glass pour 1 cup in the workings of the I
the' aggregate, they contribute to the The law provides that city officials Split peas and lentils are grape mixture and add one Democratic party or any oth- I

overall impression whether goodor give owners of such property 30 daysin quick-cooking members of half cup ginger ale mixing er party for that matter, I ,

bad. which to remove it. Failure to : the dried bean and pea family well top with scoop of Ice am nothing but a novice

comply carries maximum To preserve nutrients, cream. Serve immediately compared to Mr. Arch Thomas -
a penaltyof
For instance :
.
abandoned auto- a $500 fine and 00 days in the city any type of beans or pea r Yield: Five 12-ounce servIngs senior. It surprised me-
mobiles. shout be cooked In the water ]. thoto hear Mr. Thomat

jail. In which they are soaked. ask such a question and t

One discarded jalopy with weeds Up until the recent all-out drive Split peas may be green or GI Bill Benefits quote "Who put up this money -

growing up around it, might seem likea .d yellow-both kinds are used why was It put up, and,
small thing to be concerned about old abandoned cars were scattered allover in the same way. Split peas Summarized In do the donors expect to get

-but if this drab picture is repeated Valdosta. Most of these cars can be either! boiled on top Free Pamphlet all or any part of It ty.clc.-

often enough, it can shatter the image were not licensed this year and a of the range or baked In a and If so-hov?" He*- can

of a town that might otherwise good many were merely shells-bodies short time. For each cup of M. T. Dixon State Direc- Mr. Thomas J so naive?

make favorable with no wheels or engines or split peas add 2 cups of wa- tor of the Fla. Dept. of Vet- As I am quite the Juniorto
a impression.This .
frames with no bodies. But all of ter. Boll 2 minutes then erans Affairs, announces Mr Thomas I do not wantto

problem and what can be done them were equally unattractive cre- soak 30 minutes Add three- that a six page pamphlet is seem disrespectful but :I ,
fourths
about it the bad for the I teaspoon salt. Bring available free, giving a sum- am quite critical of him being I
was subject of a panel ating a image town.If water to boiling and cook
mary of all the new OI Bill so critical of our present
discussion Wednesday at the Starke gently for 20( minutes with-
benefits for servicemen the Republican
the don't now and
owners remove the of- r rS Governor
Rotary Club. Let's hope that the mat- out stirring. Or transfer
peas serving their
country or vet- nominee.
fending within the
cars specified time
ter is not dropped with the discus- and soaking water to baking I
? erans who have served after I could from paragraphto
sion the Valdosta ordinance gives the city LL' L'L /tU,0f,1 dish Cover and bake at 350 go
but that
steps are taken to bring I January 31,, 1955. paragraph In Mr. Thomas'
to them and bill the
power move owners F. for 35 minutes. Dry split
about
some tangible results, such as I This brochure gives all letter to you and put up a
those that are now in progress at Valdosta for the service.Starke's peas !go well with many dif- of the information about Educational rebuttal, but I see no need
ferent foods and flavors. Crisp
Assistance Loan for this at this writing.I .
Ga.
ordinances, at present, (do bacon bits ham sausage, salt Ouaranty Benefits Civil
live
not seem to have anything relating pork, frankfurters, canned thank Ood that we
In the Service Preference Medical
view of Valdosta officials!!, In a country where we have
"If a car can be driven off, it is not specifically' to abandoned automobiles, onion meats,, cheese and cooked carrots tomatoesall celery, Care, Job Counseling. Em- the freedom of difference of

considered abandoned. But, if it does- although they might possibly come add to the flavor of peas.CO'1k ployment Placement And opinions. Difference of opinions -
under the catch-all phrase of Compensation For Disabilities what made our
, n't have the current license plate it "public are
1 of lentils in
nuisance" and thus be subject to Don't let it drop until what cup country as great as It Is today -
can't be legally driven off, so it falls reg- we see they're going to do.Farmer's about 2 and one-half cups of If you would like to have .

into the abandoned class," and is ulation. water and 1 teaspoon salt.Cover .
a. free CODV for yourself or Sincerely]: ,

I therefore subject to police action. But it is never too late to start, and for a half pan hour.and For boll variety gently a member of your family, FRANK U WILLIAMS

I Around 200 warnings have been Issued if it takes a new ordinance to do the omit salt and add a little write to p O. Box 1437. St. .
I
in Valdosta recently;, to owners of job--similar to the one passed by Val NEWS And NOTES thinly-sliced smoked sausageor Petersburg, Fla. giving your A Cliumlfletl Ad In the TELEGRAPH

abandoned vehicles as the result of dosta-then it would appear that the minced ham for extra name and address. brings* results.

an intensive clean-up campaign con- time has come to arm the city withan For Today's HomemakersBy

ducted by the mayor of that city. ordinance with sufficient teeth to

do the job. I Martha Sue McCain ,, oRID4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
The ordinance prohibiting aband- ,

oned cars was passed by Valdostalast The consensus of the Rotary panel County; Extension p ESTABLISHED 1879

year as a health and sanitation was that abandoned automobiles are Home Economics Agent (I, MEMSER (I) '
and w (q E. L. MATTHEW EDITOR AND PUBLISHER!:
measure. unsightly, a nuisance create! a O 0

health hazard by harboring rats I (., 1968 FLORIDA' OLDEST WCCKLV NEWSPAPER!: PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY
The ordinance calling for removalof roaches and MILDEW PROBLEMS! moistne! place it in open 1
mosquitoes. UNDER: THE: SAME: MASTHEAD.PUBLISHED .
old cars within the city is entitled Muggy summer weather containers or in cotton bags

"vermin harborage," and applies to a Valdosta is setting a good example. DiaryBy brings mildew problems. to harm in damp closets
What to do about it? basements. alters You'll !: EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE;
01
number of things that might createa Starke and all other towns
that
are Sam McOarvey To prevent and control also find It sold under various POST OFFICE' : AT STARKC. I: FLA,. UNDER: ACT Or MARCH. a. 8'79.
place for rats and other vermin to permitting this unnecessary blight to mildew,
it's necessary to keep trade names In bags
AREA YEAR
IN THE TRADE ONK $3.50 SIX MONTHS $2.00
nest when stored or accumulated on exist should follow 'in its footsteps. a house well-all and as ready for hanging.
The tobacco market open- OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $-i.OO - SIX MONTHS $2.25
ing has been set for July 27, dry as possible.To \ Mildew and mustiness t ir I
prevent mustiness, ven-
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Why 'Not, Everything Gets Printed'on dirt and that warehouse the crop officials thla year pre outside tilate rooms air Is frequently drier than when the f *" '*<*1'' >\f"' "':!"j3 'iro''*rn1;; .' '' '''''''' ,"r"'f(' .' ',.t.f II fl"fI.;., I'!!'", ,w i SPjWM *W T.>'tt!"f$' *WR'.;<*l(4'tllW'W( ,_" *"tK'.

cent will ,be off compared by at least to 10 last per Inside air. Take advantageof r i 'why not take:;wooden. nickels' ?,,We. mean! the(, kind'of,'''''f:4CeI3that' eeonaa' :!fro nr't: *.es5.t:;; t the-raising. '/ of
as '
From time to time we have inqu'lries the front page it may be reducedto year's. In view of that It cool night air to freshen f them, the milling, and: 'tyreTshi'ppipg, !J '? Forest, farming' is gooduslnesforte l !!:, ;! .r'b'odY/And.'jq: the!

from readers as to why a certain three or four inches. Why? For sctm-i likely that prices wit! rooms aJI'n! shower and other stalls musty bath- i best ...way: Jo ,keep, this i ..great. "national. resource] replenished. / ?;Althdugll. I we :maintain] ;,! ou\--own timberj -
item is omitted from the paper why the simple reason that other stories be somewhat.. ,
another is "cut down" in size or now overshadow it in importance. The up help areas. Use force an warm electric moist fan ah to j l, lands; we buy 805 0 .of the'woo'd used' in 'our }''mHls.'; from.independent, !'t""an.down. ;,and }farrnerd.' A

changed from the way it was originally editor must "boil it down." put it inside Th rc were only a few out quickly and circulate | money-crop",may already' be standing "on' your J land. 'YfhY':don'tyou!': collect. sb'me,"of,. these wooden

written, and why a certain article or even not use it at all. week ppor%,tlc and showers the sun during zoomed the fresh air f nickels' too?' ,CONTAINER CORPORATlbKnOF' AMERl'CX l tJFernandina i: Beach. ;; Florida,
instead of A low-wattage electric **" ," j-v*' ,i *" .
[1 was run on page six page "t 'It' -'; :. ','. : :
J the temperature up In the90's "'. ,, tdi4'tit .' ,, ,. .. .' ". **,'-m* f n"tiy' !: .
Contrary to popular opinion, almost!'! light burning continuously In :, '. JAj? : N' ,, \' .
one. air .. .
find fans and condltlol'crs -oj". :
a ventilated closet J ,"' $- ,; "to .1.. 'f'
every newspaper now receives morenews poor may ''f-, -of' < ;O'j. ..;. W '
worked overtime '> 'J" .. '
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We always glad to such provide enough heat to ; : \ Ijt ,> 1Y" p,}!' 'I ,., ; J ;: ., !
are answer than it pre- ,. .. 1 .. c ,.I "
in
can possibly print any And there was no point in t''f j 'J .. t I,); .. .,", ; ,\ "I' .
f. '
'
inquiries, because they indicate an Interest vent mildew. ; .. ; .Jf, ... ; ;> ,': >, ''C." ., .
given issue. hunting the shade, becaus f. ..1 't "JfJ ...i .,.... r, I"'N1 4t! .. 'j ... .
Cilclum chloride, boughtby "'" '..:;(" : ., .f "
of the reader in ... "" : l. : _
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the '.
on part )'' .
It was hot in the shade, too. ( '''''' :I( 'IJ'" "' 1P.L1. ; ; -
what is or is not printed in The Telegraph This means that the editor must and about the only cool place the pound at hardware t. : I4l.t. ..... !H4. '. f.\. .........,.... :". -,, ).::'.
,
'r
store? can be used to absorb .t.
,
This is good. If we had no inquiries select from all of the news the most wa o lAke or other swim- ;)', 'i",", '" '11 ...," '. .., .. '.'.. "'I .. "' ,

we would assume that no one important items for the current Is- mini spot. Fe River and the Suwannee, '.." 'j'-!: :, ... .-,-.".."Iw.," -. '"

was interested, and that would be bad. sue. Your story may or may not be may yet be accomplished. : t : .i
Went over to Camp O'LP.no i ,
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,1M" "'
important enough to make the front / '
In the hope of better understanding to cover the annual PTA ..,r.i',fo, ,
page-or even the back It It's too hot these days to ,
however offer the following page. may Forestry Camp which Is put '., .
we .
,
even think of physical activity J, .
also miss the current issue because ofan "
on by thp Florida Forestry
explanation of why "not everything [Just thinking of mowingthe
unusually heavy load of news at Service nnd the forest pro- .
in yard brings on a hard
gets print.
that particular time. duets( Industry! There are excellent -
sweat), but the grass growalike
!; facilities there for .')<
From the very beginning of newspapers weeds, and the weed:! t
Try to remember that the editor plcnlckinu! and swimming,
it has been the editor's deci- thrive! no matter what and:! "
sion as to what is printed and whatis (though you have a perfect right l to< and huge as tries the area It Is U cool shaded In even by I our place looks! like a guy F' /l

not. That's what editors are for. disagree with him) has what he believes the hotcst weAther. Best who escaped from a bnrnlllJbarbur's :

good reasons for his decisions. college What we
route from the Starke area is
Many times, news stories are necessarily Don't be angry if now and then your via Lake Butler and SR-121 I need is a nice! "white" frost t \
to kill down the vegetation,
condensed ; and sometimes they story fails to appear in the paper, or to Worthington Springs and I t is
but there are practically no a
are omitted entirely. Whichever the gets cut down in size, or otherwise then SR-18 to US-441.
cold fronts on the weather r
case the editor (believe it or not) altered. It is inevitable that, at times, II map nowadays, and 'A:! looksas f Ci
t
' has what he considers!! good reason for this: will happen. Ono of the last remaining"wild" though we'll have to( mow. 4I _
places In this ores! .
!f' his decision.It ,
I Also, bear in mind that if your will be worked over soon The four youngsters vacationing -
should be remembered that all when a timber company
story doesn't with us are having a
appear in the current Issue -
starts cutting In a three-mile
news is relative. That is, what may it I wonderful time In the sum-
still
be
may printed "next -squire! section of swamp- i
have been an important story yester- mer recreation! program, as
week. With
items that are not spot land Just east of US-301
day, and worth printing on the front they are being taught to
news-or hot news-this often hap- crossing of tne Santa Ff
wlm Then too, the library,,
is not important today when the
page, so pens.!! River. In announcing la a good source for excellent
compared with other more recent, project at i county commission reading material and between _

; news. It may, therefore, appear on Be patient! And keep those items meeting Herb Thomas the two activities they _
salt (the is to drain the I i .
plan K .v
page three or six or eight. Or, insteadof coming. We appreciate are kept busy. I f k _
your coopera- onion' Involved and lower '
occupying two-thirds of a column tion. I the level of water there by 18 I ; _
Inchrr( Trouble Is they have more

I energy\ than they know what ,
to do with, and every tam:'
Hats Off To Mr. EckerdIt's I Th Santa Fe River at this Sam sees a TV commercial >tis"4 '' "
place' I is! not a river at all.
about feeding kids some
under the definition of the

refreshing! Decent Literature, and another list word hut rather an 111-de- super cereal -to charged give< them breakfast!

Florida drug chain Jack fined sluttish mast! of water more<
president supplied by the National Churchmen's pep, he blows his .stack
Eckerd has announced a ban on all Council, will be the basis for droppinga whl"h seeps westward in What ht is looking for is >I

, "indecent literature" in the firm's fifty- book normal weather." However in some nice tranqulllz'' food ; rf
or magazine by the drug chain. flood:! time it spreads out and {
nine stores located throughout the that will slow t theui down ,
\ Yes, it's refreshing to know that we Inundates the surroundingland i I .
state. lIe also urges the public to still have a few responsible citizens and at times gets! to II I f l,
join in the "war on smut." be half a mile or more in Some years ago when j| '
left who are willing to sacrifice dollars Brooklyn Lake was at a
Mr. Eckerd, the father of six child width. re- I
for the sake of decency. How differ- cord low. a number of' plan jo ,
rend. he was making the move be- '
ent and commendable is Mr. Eckerd's Before/ starting' the drainage -, were discussed for brlnorlna .
cause questionable magazines, paperback the the water level up and It
I voluntary action when compared with project timber company t"
'
"
books and scandal sheets
. are Is going; to work out a was finally corrected when I
readily available to children in many some chain officials who offer the plan with the county com- the rains came. Now thereIs '; ', '

"family" drug stores. His action will limp excuse that ". we must take million: which has taken the talk of a drainage well to ., ,., ,

eliminate ,about five per cent of the everything the distributors send us, lead In solving the drainage :. lower Lake Geneva, but right: '. :r.L.-; .; ;,.". ; ., 1 ;' ,

books and magazines formerly car- or they won't service our newsstand." problem In Bradford County. now It looks as if the water 'S tail r.. ,ft ,. 1 t !i' : f

ried by Eckerds. We have always felt that such ex-: And who knows--the dreamof I. level is means going and down that by cor-natural \ ilL,2'. .... Li' .....
having a waterway between ,
The drug official said that a list cuses were tommyrot, and :Mr. Eck- Orange Lake and the rective measures may not be I. ..
compiled by the National Office for trt' ..ction/ proves it. Oulf by means of the Santa needed after all 1., j ... ____.-. .i.r ....-.'H/a.i:._ .r-r n3,. ,c..w.; ... .... ... "







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...I KEYSTONE fish Fry To Close Rotary r _j- Dies Florahome Of Injuries Man Road Department Will Lower ,




HIGHLIGHTSBy Swim Program At Keystone BeachKeystone l I ? /? M I __ From PropellerRichard L. Lily Jr., 27 of Culverts Draining Lake GenevaThe


Florahome' was killed last
Rotary's annual charge of the Flying Fish, and Saturday. in a freak accident State Road Department at the Lake Geneva outlet
Mary Schaeffer Swimming and Water Safety was assisted by Mittie Haynesand with an airboat on Flowers Ma Agreed to lower the cul- were, constructed with the
Phone 473-4127 Program wll close with the Cloe Brenan. Prairie near SR214. verts under State Road S-214 same elevation ((100-9)) at the

traditional Ash fry and awards Julie Walker was in charge According to Clay County which carry off the overflow original 36-inch metal culverts

REPUBLICAN NOMINEE friends are invited. ceremony at Keystone Beach of the Sharks, with Marilyn Deputy Sheriff! Walter Harvey from Lake Geneva and discharge which were installed by the
this Friday sight! Bridges and Oleta Reynolds It Into Old Field Pond. county under the 1954 court
COMING TO AREA For reservations, telephoneMrs. who investigated the accident -
Mr/ t. B. has aaaistanta. i. being takenat order.
.. Cheaalngton a.II The action
dubanator Irene Williams 475- Lilly was struck by
Republican been water-front coordinator Instructors, provided by YMCA ,. the request: of,a number of "By copy of this letter, we
Kirk will : Alice Voyles airboat
Nominee Claude 5001 or Mrs. the propeller of his
lal
in charge of Instructors and ( Camp Immokalee were reatdents along the lake shore are requesting our maintenance -
visit Keystone Heights on 475.4022. helpers in the various groups Bill Quay Kurt Harper, Wlnn 1 n ft' and was pronounced dead on who have complained about <<: engIneer A. I. Tompkins,
Wednesday. July 27 as partof HERE 'N THERE Mrs. Miriam Mlngtodorfl Wall, Larry Phelin, and Char- arrival at Bradford County the high water level in recent to lower theee drainage struc-
a swing through Clay Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jennings was leader for the Minnows lie Hutching. Hospital. months. tures to an infall elevation of

County during the day. His of Cayuta N. Y. spent (beginners) group and was No Junior or Senior Life Harvey said that Lily and The level last March reached 104.9 with an outfall elevationof
visit will mark his second appearance the past two weeks at their assisted by Clara Belle Brad. Saving classes were held this his wife were in the airboat 106.68 feet above aea level 104.7. This should allow

in the area during cottage at HlUcrest. ley, Evelyn Davis Vicki year, probably due to lack on on the prairie, near Bundy -about two feet above the adequate drainage for the

July; his Initial stop was at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Horne, Sharon Morgan, and instructors. .. ,Ji w ., N !;"-t: Lake, along with Warren maximum set by the Circuit 'bulkhead with an elevation of

the July 4 Rally In Orange Roehel have returned to Marjorie. Few. The public Is invited, to attend George Schaeffer (right) In congratulated by Wally MuM- Jackson Weaver and Al Harrison Court several years ago as 105.0: at the mouth of this
Park their home in Keystone Club The Fiah\ Group was led fey the Bah fry and proceeds also of Florahome in being ,the "legal limit. overflow and should be in
Kirk will make stops at Estates after a 5,600 mil Mary Broicaa, assisted by Joan will be used to defray expen hofer, Keystone Rotary vice provident, an Lion Schaeffer received another air propelled craft. In >a letter to George L. strict compliance. with. the

Smith Lake and Lake Geneva tour through the Weal They Ware and Sherlyn Head. ses of the swimming program. Man of the Year plaque from George Muanu. (left). When they came to a neck Carlisle, Clay County Clerk court order"

and Is scheduled to were gone a month during Georgia Murrhee was In of land, they pushed the Wea- of the Circuit Court, last Lake Geneva waa abnormally -
speak before an assembly at which time they visited Yel- Schaeffer Declared Man of YearBy ver-Harrison boat over it. week, J. D. Ward State Road high during the heavy rains

the Keystone Heights municipal lowstone Park, Grand Teton Jane Reynolds with the engine running and Department district engineer of last spring. but has been
) buIldIng. His schedulewill Park points of Interest In The William King family NEWS NOTESBy Mary Schaeffer' I ThE inscription on the the propeller whirling to facilitate said.: reported dropping steadily in

'\ bf"- smith Lake. 2:20: p. Idaho and the Black Hills. of Lake Brooklyn are anticipating In our town of Keystone plaque reads: "The Rotary the passage. "After reviewing our file of recent weeks. The drop in its

m Lake Geneva 2:30: p. m.: They also spent 16 days with ; the homecoming of Helen Egan Heights,, it Is highly com- Club of Keystone Heights They tried the same meth- past correspondence related to level is attributed to evapor-

and Keystone Heights, 3 p. their son and family Mr. their son. Bill, Jr., after five mendable the way the two salutes Lion George M. :ac.rreffer : ; od with Lilly's boat, but on the Laka Geneva overflow we ation.A .

m. At 4 p. m.. he will depart ant:! Mrs. Hans Roehl, In months of schooling with the outstanding service clubs of the Lions Club Key-the crossing the land and hitting' find that our drainage structures Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -

from the Keystone Heights Omaha, Neb. Naval Reserve in Memphis COMMUNITY CHURCH 'the ROTARIANS and the stone Heights Man Schaeffer of is water again, the craft spun under State Road S-214 bring .....ults.I .
Airport for other appear Mrs. Wilma Allen who Is Term. Church Women Interestedand LIONS, assist and cooperatewith Year, 1968. Lion around and the propeller
ances. currently residing in Gaines- active in making articlesfor another. Officers of Sight Conservation Chair- struck Lilly, inflicting a fatal
Mrs. Betty Chapman entertained one
CARD PARTY AT ville, where she is employed the Fall Bazaar held a club often man for his club, and has wound.Of -
at her home on one are very od
MUNICIPAL BUILDING was spending her vacationlast Lake Brooklyn on Saturday productive workshop meet- guests of the other club, and obtained over 300 eye-will shallow draft and driv- I
The second card party ol) week In Keystone evening with a farewell party Ing Wednesday. Mrs. Roy vice versa. for the North Florida Eye- en by a large air propeller
the summer to, be sponsoredby Heights with her parents. Bridges, bazaar chairman Bank, and raised nearly $1- alrbcats are used commonly
will
for her son. Cliff, who At a recent Rotary meeting -
the
Drive for
000 In the 1968
the ''Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Qulncey Gardner service next suggests that a Toyland Corner .>s a means of transportationon I
the
be goinginto Lions Club Secretary the
Woman's Club will be held and wltft her mother- Mc- be a feature of the pro- Florida Foundation for prairies which are Inac-
Thurcday, and for Jim George Massa was a guest,
at the Municipal building1 on in-law, Mrs. Lena Clemens. ject and contributions Blind. esslble to conventional boats.
Murtry, who went on Tues- and accepted for his club a wife of
Wednesday:! July 27 at 1 p. ''In Hillcrest. I either made or "store Kitty McOlave, There is a screen in front of
I day of this week. plaque to be given to a fellow Charlie
m. There will be tables for Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abel bought" will be welcome.Mrs. District Governor the propeller to protect the
On Wednesday evening Lion who was declared by
bridge, canasta and scrabble and two daughters of Chicago -: Azzie Williams is Circle McOlave of Florida District boat's occupants, but appar-
July 20 Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeM. the Rotary Club as "Man of
35-L,, calls this "CommunityUnity.
All members of the club and Ill. are spending this Jacksonville Sewing Chairman and 13 ently there was none at the
Schaeffer were In the Year" in Keystone ."
month at White Feather i assisted Al La- of Lilly's boat.
ably by Mrs. rear
Schaeffer .
where Mrs. Heights.MELROSE I
like the
: KEYSTONE Court, as they havo done for I attended a bridal shower 8"ft ase. A monthly sewingmeeting term Personally."Cross- we Pollination." I $

many summers. I honoring! / her daughter, Mary will be planned until ___n 1 fti
Drive-In Theatre Quite a number of duPont at the circles resume in the ,
who will be married
Ann. This
employees who live in Key' St. William's Church on Sat- fall.This ..nvvvvtvvvvvvv..v. Keystone-Melrose] man I II
i and their' be Dr II
stone Heights in Sunday will I
urday evening, July 30
Fri., Sat.-July 22, 23 wives attended the dinner at' Keystone Heights. The Holt's next to last preaching Legion Post can e'pyou' I + 1

the Enlisted M n'a Club at shower was at the home of service until September, as Being OrganizedA

Cam; Blanding to honor Miss Pat Rowe. and her co- he and Mrs. Holt will be vacationing By. Sally RoUihammrr I 1 1 4
so.en'unra'A Charles Hager on his retire hostess was Mrs. Linda at Montreat, N. C. meeting to organize an

.n Asntuis, ere uo.nt ment. The dinner was' held Clarke. Mary Ann. Pat and in August. Guest preacherfor ..AAAAAAUSAauAau. American Legion Post for

-, the on Thursday evening July Linda are co-workers at the Sunday, Aug. 7, will be PERSONALS Keystone Heights and Mel- For complete pipMcrton, yond .
14. Mr. Hager who was superintendent Dr. E. Wilbur Book associate will be held tonight
1 Barnett First National Bank Mr. and Mrs. James Lackey rose Insurance that to adapt-
over both Trail in Jacksonville. pastor of the University went to Cincinnati for a few (Thursday) in the conferenceroom able to changing protection: !

px Ridge and Highland plants. Miss Gertrude Houser who Evangelical Lutheran Churchof clays last week. of day Electric Co- needs. The"e poly with..tIn Bank With Ease
Gulf life -
-
i former Keystoner. living Gainesville.The operative. Officers will be every
Nere collapsed at the Rotary Fish Col. and Mrs Jesae Green Adopt-A PIe''". for example
nuw, In the Humphreys Gold guest soloist last Sun nominated at this time.
have arrived home after .be
Fry on July 8. land was being a mortgage policy can
Corp. days. It was nice to see whisked to the Bradford day. was Stuart. Vandlviere, gone a month. They attendedthe Fourth District Commander adapted to provide retirement Mail
Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Whittleof County Hospital by' ambu- Jr. of Chapel Hill K. C., graduation of their grand- Robert D. Jordan will ad- Income.. Ask this friendly Gulf Bank By

Jacksonville there. The lance,] came home from the who with his family, are daughter in New Jersey and dress those attending the Uf. *.Dr.Mntatlva about ill!

Sun., Mon., Tues. Whittles are former Peach hospital last Monday, feeling vacationing in this area. the wedding of their grandson meeting which is called for I
July. 24, 25, 2aLOVE.JLUST 'Street neighbors. Another much improved. The William Warren fam- In the chapel at McGuireAir 7 p.m. Busy? Bank with us at your

former Keystoner, Ralph Mrs. David Wilhelm and ily are on a well-earned vac- Force Baae
ANPAPVEHTUKE! I Bryan, read a clever poem small daughter, Heidi, of ajtion" during which they will sey. than 130 war veterans of the ,

he had written and dedicatedto Annapolis, Md., spent the visit Mr. Warren's parents., Air. and Mrs. Norman Le- Keystone-Melrose area are eligible I time, steps, trouble. t
IIfHOIJJll. Mr. Hagar He then pre- His father has been quite ill. vine visited her sister and
way.ti "' past weekend with her par- for membership in the, bank mail
free by
A JOHN sented him with some hum- ents. Major and Mrs. OwenB. Mrs. Warren Is church secretary family, Mr and Mrs. Della dew post.Tommy ItiitHUN'YLaY Get -

,,v 3Sm xwoxwexvSNITM orous gifts, which were justa Baker, in Keystone so the office will be Hall of Jacksonville last week- I : forms

few by of the Mr.many Hagar.gifts received Heights. Mrs. Wilhelm is the weeks.closed during the next two end.Robert Mcduire and friends Hall, and Billy Shoene- ,

- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas former Ellen Baker. FELLOWSHIP CLUB spent last Sunday at the man at the Methodist Youth'
BANKMember
Master But. and Mrs. Bill Beach. Mrs. J. H. McGulre's Camp near Leesburg last Mondny. KEYSTONE STATE
Twenty members enjoyedthe
Wed., Thurs.,July 27, 28 and family of OrangePark Reagan.; were recent visitors later, Flora Self of Gaines- They will stay for one
spent Sunday at the at the home of Major and fellowship at a covered ville and Mr. and ,Mrs. Almon week. F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fa.!
+ ''s home of Mrs. Thomas' brother dish luncheon on) July 14. KIUJKKAJIN" !: Jr.
BIG a e The Reagan Sympathy to Mr. and MI'I.Robert .
STARS) ,,, Mrs. Baker. Self and family, Don and
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Due to the pressure of personal Phone 473-434
Friendly
Thompson Their Infant "Your Friendly Bank In Your
BIG BRSI' +epyea and the Bakers were friends I Greg and nephew, Mike of Bo 683
matters, Mrs. Helen :
Mrs. Bill Reynolds Jr. on
I daughter, Chlstlne Marie
BIG stationed
when they were all Gainesville. were recent guests. I Flo. Community.
"ee, Lake Brooklyn. Picnicking in England several years Egan, organizer. and presi- ,Mr. and Mra. C. R. Wesley three days old, passed I Keystone Heights
;4METppCOi01l and swimming were enjoyed. dent of the AARP and Fellowship away at the Medical CenterIn I
ago. The Reagans came to have gone to Eau Gallic to
Also present were Mr. Reynolds Club, asked to be relieved Gainesville Friday night.
our town from Utah on a visit with two of their daugh-
a Sr., and daughter Miss (Continued on Next Page) :! of her presidential duties ters for several days. Their Christina. I la survived by her

..-- by resignation. She will grandson, Clyde accompaniedthem. parents, anti one brother Bob- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS
.''I continue as chairman of arrangements by, one sister, Amy. Paternal
together with parents are Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. Bally Rothnammer and
I Mr. Wilmott's committee. L. Thompson of Oalneevllle.
Miss Nancy Wesley delivered
THE FAMOUS Vice President Julius Hanson Christine was burled in Hill- DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES
Loretta Carol Chamblee, Peggy -
will assume the office of crest Memorial Park In Gain
and Teena. Rothhammer,
# president on July 28. Game- esville.

PalmettoDining Fun Day. Rev. and :Mrs. Albert

- The members voted to time friend is giving her Steuart and son, Mike spenta I[ : BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE STORE

I have a Bingo Party at St. faithful attendance and. care. couple of days in Tampa
- Anne's Episcopal Church lost week. Their daughter, THE BLUE PINES
Mrs. Fay Olson has returned T V Service Center
RoomPARKOFTHEPALMS I parish house at 2 o'clock. home from Bradford Janet was picked up at her KEYSTONEBEAUTY Package Store &:

Please bring an inexpensive County Hospital and her grandparents and accompanied 3. B. TH1E9 Proprietor
tr.n w prize. Mrs. Axel Malmgrenand them home. SHOP COCKTAIL LOUNGE
im-
condition is as
reported
Mrs. Hanson will be the Mr. and Mrs Clarence Hoi- I Authorized MotorolaPhllco Open 9 AM.12 P. M. Kxcepi
proving.
program and entertainment (ContInued on Next PageYou're / Sales and Service Edith Johnson, Owner Sunday
s chairmen.It Service On All Makes Dance Every Saturday NIgTV

was voted to continue RADIO STEREO Personal Music of Connie and ,

: NOW OPEN- the covered dish luncheonsat COLOR TV A; Creative The Fireballs
the educational buildingon only hours Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Hair Styling 4 MIUES EAST or
the second Thursday of Keystone HeUhts! 473-40X1 KJY8TONII!: HZiGHTitidlvldusl *

each month at 12:30: p. m. Beauty Car
SERVING DAILY New members and visitors in from i a lifetime Auto Sales & Service CultureREAL ESTATE
-0. away Every Form of Beauty
welcome.
the always
area are
_ (Closed Mondays) Houston DrIscoll who I IsnoW' SPRING MOTORS Open Tue-Sat 9-0; Lake GenevagllaTerm.)
vacationing in New Jersey of comfort
summer Cued Lake Brooklyn tSSOO (Term)
Monday
-- BREAKFAST 8 Till 10 $1.00 with his married daughter Complete Service A Parts 'ForVOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lot $500 up (Term)
DELICIOUS and family, will be mar : Esysta.s Height 473-40 MORTGAGE flROKgn:

LUNCHEON 12 Till 2 $1.25 ried during his summer so- -- 7 APPRAISAL 8BKVXCKAsoclatet
Journ to Mrs. Rusling, a wi-" "If It's For A Volkswagen

FOOD DINNER 5:30 Till 7:30 w $2.25 dow. We Have It." Electrical Sales &: Service Mrs M. lifer, 4TS-481A

PERSONALS Capt. R. Lovorn 47S-415I
Always Plenty of Good Used
Fellowship Club members Realtor
IN S.E.McKay
Volkswagen In Stock ,
Yeoman's Electrical
DAILY DINNER MENUA have received greetings from HJUIUCTCPhon .
KETSTOKE:
Mrs. Ethel Weyman. She will Green Core Sprlnga, 2S4-9209
: : return after completing her Sales & ServiceFrigidaire : 47V48M

SUNDAY Roast Beef vacation in Pa.
. ------------------------ Pittsburgh RESTAURANTSBeidler's
.. DELIGHTFUL, some time in August.Mr. AUTO SERVICE Appliance
MONDAY __________________________ Closed and Mrs. Herman bcac.FEDDERS. o Maytag tkaah.... Holiday

Roelh are vacationing in the KING'S + Zenith and Motorola TV
ATMOSPHERE TUESDAY _____________ Country Fried Steak Restaurant
West and send greetings to + Slegl Beaters

.. WEDNESDAY ____-__________ Fried Chicken member of the HomemakersClub Service Station P. O. Box 1M Metroee. Under' New Ownertklf
of which Mrs. Roehlis I OIL PARKDE

THURSDAY ____________________ Baked Ham president.Jack I USED CARS AT 1'1I_ 470-M71' Ftae Food Moderately "roe'!
Haberstroh has returned FLEXHERMETIC WHOLE-HOUSE BARGAIN PRICES OPTMT 7 DAYS W13CKLY

FRIDAY ____________________ Grilled Steak from a visit with relatives NURSERY Fun DlBBr. ...mimm -
/
ELECTRIC
i t4 pNr" F .4.
Ala C rte-It IUa *
,> SATURDAY __________________ Roast Turkey Indiana In Pennsylvania after leaving and his I AIR CONDITIONING AND ACETYLENE O.C.Carnes Nursery' PIZZA PIE *

.. daughter, Marcia with his l WELDING Hhray. 1M. Ftorahome BEER
In fast. costs less
goes 1 Block North of Red UgM
'. ALL DINNERS sister' in LaGrange Ind.,I MXLROSX: 475-3111 Mile SE of SUrkeWuriery KJlTfI'T'ONm: R'1IIJGHTfIMELROSE ''
r SERVED FAMILY STYLE where she will spend the I
summer. The Haberstrohs'l FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Stock -ThousUSED CARS _

son. Bill and his ands of Plants 4* Fruit
arrived from Wllllamsport,I Trees to choose from..Niee WE HAVE: GOOD

."j. .. .. .te. ? for' a week's vacation and Redfearn Appliances Auto ServiceRichard Shade Trees, Evergreens Used Cars and Truck

some touring I IMrs. A Landscape Plants All At Saving Price
Jones' Prop.
.. ONE HALF MILE :NORTII OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS D. O. tCamlllel Stew-;' in container plant any- VftV Get It Fer Tee

," art Is reported to be getting 4734252. former Owner J. L.. Motor Urn*. Camellias St asaleu. If We Dont Have I*
PHONE :473-4342 along well at the Medical I Vernon Buff Garage
:,
Maoclenny: Let as .. yosr !a de aplaf..
Center in OainecvUl Mrs.\ ,, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. Hwy lee Keytt*** ....*.

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All Star Game. \ Ange'i were without the I daily bag of 8 and a total Funeral Services County the daughter of the I, M. Saiscr. of Palatka, Also :"

"- Mr. and MIH Bert Chlap- services of many players and poHsesslon of 16. Daily shootIng late L. U and Martha Drew I surviving is one brother L. r rI

KEYSTONE plnl's daughter Carol has returned this; proved fatal. Tommy I hours for rails. woodcockand Held SaturdayFor Morgan. She moved at an I U. Morgan Sr., of Starke: :

home ufter a week's RECREATION NEWS \ Reddish pitched the victory' snipe are from sunrise Mrs. Sasser early age to Starke where! ;
HILITES and three granddaughters.
visit with her aunt In Georgia. for the Mets. The Mets rack- until sunset. she was a member of the

Eddie Rothhammer left Friday ed up 16 base hits in the Waterfowl hunting for Mrs. Annie Morgan Sasser Church of Christ. I Funeral services were held I

for several weeks visit win. Eddie Blalock had 3 will Surviving is one daughter at 2 p. m. Saturday In the
and coot
duck -
geese the late James'
widow of
6 hits the 71 ;
Page \\.>imoi'& Softball LeagueResults make only off pitch- -
[From Preceding with his uncles and aunts In hits, Tommy Harrison had Church of Christ with Jack
: Tues. July 12Nancy's ing of J. Williams while the I be announced later when established A. Sasser died Thursday Mrs. Frank Bullock of Georgetown -
fora Tulsa, Okla. Uncle Lyle and Ak- 3, while Miller Reddish: and by the U. S. Bureauof I P. H. Ben officiating. Inter-
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tour of the south looking remained undefeated winners picked up with S. C.; three sons,
I Starke
] 14 In
morning July a
,
to make Aunt, Melva Milligon plan to All-Stars 3 4.Noegel' Dale Johns 2 each. Randy Sport Fisheries and Wild ment was In the family plot
suitable place by walloping: the ridge going for Bremerton
They take him with them on their exhibition, Martin and Dale Ham had I hospital after a brief illness Harry L. Sasser In Crosby Lake Cemetery un- I
their retirement home. 17-0 In an game.
were much impressed with vacation to Colorado next The win was Nancy's 8th surprised Waldo hits for the losers. life.Mrs. Mrs. Sasser was born on Wash. ; Sammie M. Sasser, der direction of DeWitt C.

week. Pony League Feb. 23, 1895 in Putnam of Tustin Calif.; and Robert Jones Funeral Home.
Keystone Heights. The DUPLICATE BKIDGE against, ", no defeats. The win- with a 16.0 drubbing limiting John B. Dye
Bakers and their guests had r.eia rapped out 23 hits with Waldo to an almost unheard Starke traveled to Palatka .

much reminiscing to do, and Duplicate Bridge winners the 5th and. 7th their big in- of 2 hits. C. Hardee and Harper and attempted to grain revenge Stricken While
lust week: 1st place--Mrs. RayBeckel' nings. The All Stars only had paced Noegel's with 3 on their host for an I
the lades recalled ther pleas- At Summer HomeMrs.
and Mrs. Phil Kromer,
ant trip to Holland, which 2nd place-Mrs. W. J. Grolick 6 hits, 2 by Joan Williams. hits each. Paladino had a earlier defeat. Although the RPM motor oils with high

the two of them took witha and Miss Iva Hillyer. 3rd I Results: Saturday, July 16 homerun. game was a close affair, Pa- Susie Belle Blanchard ,
Nancy's Flowers made Will- Results Tuesday nite July latka managed to come out Lauderdale.
: of Fort
guided tour. Tied -Mrs. Rose Byor- Dye. 72.
place cox Communications of Lake 12 on top 6 to 1. The Dinner July 14, In a
died Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones 'ick. Miss Sally Mansfield and I action
their ftth victim of the scored 3 runs In the 2nd Inning detergent
City i -
and son. Jimmy and grand- Mrs. Frances Pyle, MUM Bessie Garden Restaurant once a- Starke hospital after a brief f I
''the visitors 1 hit and .
defeating on 3
year by errors,
stricken -
son Jeff from Alliance Rutherford.BOY gain utilized tho big Inningto Illness.: Mrs. Dye was
153. Lake City "scored their piekei up 2 more In the 5th,
out of the while at her summer
Ohio were guests of Mr. and SCOUT NEWSBoy come on top
109 and 3 runs the first time, they Waldo Lions 14-9 and rackedup and 1 in the 6th. Starke home Kingsley Lake east
Mrs. E. P. Wright of Key- Scout Troop ( on add
came to bat and were unableto defeats could manage only 1 hit off can yearsto
stone Heights for three days councilor. Mrs. Ronald Arrow- the again. The win No. 17 against no of Starke.
cross plate the pitching of Stubfleld and
last week. From here, the smith have gone out Bird lead lasted only 'In league play. Garden Born In Lawtey on Jan. 19,
,the two Luke City out-hit the losers 17 to 12, Lonnie Olive had a switch
went to Watching for past she the daughter
Jones family on Mi- 1894. was
Nancy's picked up
Saturdays. Claude Martin accompanied briefly as with K Terrell going 4 for 5Canrpa single in the 6th and came life !
ami to attend a convention. 7 runs in the bottom of the of the: late Alonson M. and engine
4. around to Starke's
score
them, last Satur for Waldo was 3 for only
Mr*. Jones and Mrs. nrst Inning to take a 7-3 lead. run. Gary Hamilton hurled Anna McLeod Blanchard.;
day. the 2nd. 1 Results: July 14: She had resided in Fort Lau-
Wright are sisters. Nancy's! added 4 in ..
Congratulations to Lloyd Fla. Pest Control pulled off: for Starke and advanced only I .
3rd 4th and 5th, derdale since 1935 where
the
Mrs. Forrest O. Austin and each In ,
Baldwin and Eddie Rothhum-I the of ,the by handIng ] 4 singles.] ,
.. two>> younger daughters of and closed out the scoring upset year she vas a life member of theWoman's
their Starke won its 2nd of
mer on completing the Garden its 1st defeat 3
t 'A&hland. Maine have been with 6 in the 6th inning. Nan.cy's Club and the Federated -
Merits to become an Eagle rapped out 20 base hits in league play of 1966 in a games from Lawtey with an Garden Club of Fort

j. visiting Mrs. Austin's par- Scout. Barbara thriller 4 to 3. Each team easy 12 to 5 win. Gary Ham- and the Fort ..
Godwin, Lauderdale. -
w.th Ann
Mr. and Mrs. Leon John C. (Chris) Is let ilton and Tommy I
Poppell scored & single run in the Talley
and Dyal Methodist Church.
Ellison Carolyn Lauderdale
\ of Lake Geneva. member of Troop 109 :1 combined to limit
new 2 to to
\\enl.ll. a i inning, Garden took a Lawtey
\ \ Austin is the former and brother. Chip is a trans- each collecting 3 Barbara safeties. Mas-Carolyn I lead In the 3rd, made It 3 to :1 1 base hit while Starke collected -I Surviving Is her husband. Farm engines do dirty work, and a dirty engine Is in

Wagner. The Aus- fer to Troop 109. Welcome, McKinney and Sandra, Norman in the 4th but Pest Control 6 off Johnny Brown John, B. Dye Sr., of Fort danger! That's why we urge regular oil and oil filter

\tins left for their home Mona Scouts! tore made it 3 all in the .bottom and Lonnie Olive cracked Lauderdale: two sons. Alfred .
kn.ocked homeruns. Norman a Lauderdaleand ] vi"changes, and RPM Motor Oils. RPM Oils mean a
a Other guests at the M. Dye, Fort
of the 4th. Pest Control pill home
run.
tagner home Include Mr.vd '5W 'VYV V VY V YVYVYVY VY was the winning 8 hits.pitcher Nancy'swill allowing led it off in.. the final inning In a game using 15 John B. Dye Jr., Planta- smoother-running engine that lasts years longer. For aU,,

Mrs. Robert Rider and: be put only to the extreme on hits by Cnrnes and Thorn. old boys only Palatka edged year: tion; one brother, Robert your lubrication needs plus unmatche4 service call on your

Iv children from Pensacola. INDIAN BEACHLake teat Saturday night when Curter's ton. Pest Control out hit Garden the home town team 3-2. Blanchard, Lawtey; three Standard Oil Agent-a local man wlio'kiio"vV8 your needs andl'
V Rider Is the former 8 ,to 6. T. Strickland was sisters. Mrs. Kathleen Wyatt. '
TV & Furniture of Jacksonville The .
game saw only 3 hits 2 'Ian serve them quicklY. .
Wagner. The Was- Garden. Miami; Miss Enza Blanchard ..... .
m defending State 3 for 3 for by the visitors and 1 by Wf ,.hlwt"r. of your ftjuipmintThe
\ grandson Fred Hayes ( Santa Fe) No. Lawtey: and Miss Arth-
I
Champions, will visit Starkefor Noegel's picked up win Starke. Dan Orlffls hurled

dIs wife and two chil- Mr. Jack F. Miller Sr. 2 games against ,the All- 6 without any difficulty by; for Starke and gave up 2 urine Blanchard Jacksonville Standard man delivers STAN DARD

,.x virom Miami are also Stars at 7:30: p.m. and Nancy'sat disposing of Lawtey 20 to 3. hits walked 7. and struck I and six grandchildren.held
Also Mrs. Lane Rog- IVVVVYYVVVVVVYVYVVVVVVSorry in' the Funeral services WOTA,
priI 9. Noegel's scored 14 runs :
out 15. Tlnsley] pitched a one ,
Is' the Wagner's at 3:30: p. n n- Saturday inJ0nea' OIL
4 for
jS-.r: : I did not get in 2nd inning Thomas was hitter for Palatka Memorial Chapel with : .
L'ghter from Salt, AH :5 the winners.
; all last week. The Starke Women's for
toucn with I
you Bantam Boys Baseball Dr. James R. Neale Jr., pas-
'. Utah, is visiting
doubleheader -
b Mrs"ed rs will 'be rem emCal'Ol.vI1 ". but I was off over couple to the of Stars gave victory Starke coming a through, Results: July] 15 12 Year Old Team tor of Faith Presbyterian K. G. DUNCAN AGENT
U of Fla. for a Two teams pf 111 'year old church officiating. Interment ,
nd.Keystone: as An- against Aero Corp of Lake Garden got back to winning .
42nd .
the
: days to attend boys -"' been divided anda
Lake
11-7 win for the with a 7-4 win over i 11 !; was in Crosby
des. nual Meeting of the FlorIda CLty in an ways .....m game will be played Friday direction of STARKE, FLA.
Just rece 'reallze unt1'tnat 'L Extension Homemakers, charges of Townsend Strick team L that_always. giUtuon t come night! at 7:30: p. m. One team Cemetery under I ...__ _._ _
Funeral
DeWitt C. Jones
Davis. Lake ..,... NMNMI ...
Randall
\ our good( thrill and land and( will be I .
trfends"c Council. I had the top. After 4 Innings of coached by Gens! Home.

Brust :had' and HelenbeautitUl ,. honor to be a speaker to the City jumped ofUcame"? toift. ; play the score was tied at 1. Rayburn, and Bruce Jackson i iI

b9'. sold their special interest sectloi .fla *>. \rr">y the end of the 2nd all. Garden went ahead in the the other by Ed Magee and .
.
away tor' 1'nd J moved
I they had .-He.retQfw., ... Mrs. Eileen P. Y. margin. Starke made it 9 to went! ahead :in the bottom of: Summer Program ;
tJme 1n.. the 5 In the 3rd, added 1 in the the :5th, 4 to 3. Garden' closed :
Cheng Sun of Taipei, Tai "Nature Week" wai a big
Fort La herec.a, They wan. Though the two days 4th and 2 each in the :5th and it out 'by scoring 2 In the 6th succ"<.s as the special event AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

have so eir.b*>ne to some were filled with committeemeetings 6th for the 11-7 win. Starke and 2 In the 7th. Garden had for the week was an over- :*
people; Mr. and outhit Lake City 12-10 with 15 hits, Pine Level 10. v >
very of elections, etc.; It night Camp-Out. I
Twentytwo _____
movedherr't Shirley Fuquay pacing the attack -
\rrg /JO.. Clarll.v'llo was a welcome change for a Bantam Baseball Le gueResult. boys and ten adults par- .
Ga1nesv Ue., with 3 for 4 performance.The 'f
.01
I little while. : July 12 ticipated in the event which "
1 .wlrs.. Janet Lamm hopes to Miss Debbie Lagasse of Ail>11! Stars will go a- In the top half of the let Included cooking out swim- Conditioning-Heating .1 Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR I Office Equipment .

Bring her husband A? home Gainesville Is spending this galmtt Jacksonville at Hardy Inning Johns Oil was 3 up ming and hiking. The cook- RUSS PIKER POWELL'S -- -

fttls week from the Bn&lford: week with her grandparents.Mr. Field" Saturday night prior to and 3 down. Trlest then came Ing was done by Ed Magee Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Offic
,
ounty Hospital he participating, in the tournament to bat and scored three Authorized Air temp
where runs !
and Mrs. Owen Bryant. and R, A. Colson with John Beauty Academy Most Fashionable
las been since falling over a I, starting July 26. on 2 errors by Johns. The Heating. & Air Conditioning EQUIPMENTBmIhhCorOnaAlIUlOIiZod'
Visiting on Tuesday was Un- Wlllltms assisting.We Learn a Profession In Tour Address For Ladies
lose In his yard some time I I.lto. cle Schedule for Monday, July score stayed 3-0 until the top SHEET METAL
Owen's niece, Olna Swin-
We trust his back injury I 25 changed from Tuesday half of the 5th inning when departed1 from the Recreation Resldrnlal. Commercial Spare Time. Full or Part Time Dnm.SES-SUIT8-COATS
her husband and three
ney
/ill soon be better. I' chlldien of Louisville July 28)) : 7:30: p.m. Nancy's Johns' rally 'brought in. 2 runs, Center at 4:30: p. m Industrial DAY & EVENING CLASSES Dealer,
Ky. Flowers vs Hurst Shell. 9 p. making the score a close 3-2. Friday, arriving at the campsite ; MATERNITY: WEAR&CCESSORIES ClaryVletur""TotaUaAdcUna "
Frank Sales-Installation*--Service Low Tuition Terms
Nooney, your faith- This past Sunday. Mr. and
at
Gulf Holiday !- 5 o'clock. The boys
m.- Goodman vs Then Triest came to bat and Mttchinea.: cakutetaraSALBS .
ul Florida Times-Union car- Mrs. Harvey Coker and Mrs. 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 21& N.W. 10th Ave.
. ) Irvn. ,w scored 3 runs! 'by Tony Cant unpacked their gear, line. .. -
ler, has beenunder the Rachael Roberta of Jacksonville Men's Softball League len'a home run. The time limit up for a lecture and count, Gainesville 3720714'AUTO Oahienvllla. 378-27(16( _: -8KRVIC8RENTAL
7
W GalnavvlJ/
neather) too. The combina- spent the day visiting,, and then hit the water. After I University,
11: ran out and the was
Results: Monday July game ,
Ion of hot weather hard also.] SAVE! ': TIME DlttUM' y re>.
Pine Level won Its 2nd called, score 6 to 2 in favor otTrI..t. swimming1 the boys were CHAIN SAWS
rork, and long hours have Wayne and Mike Chitty MOBILE HOMES ( requirement with ia ftI'''.
game of the 2nd half over David Prescott was really hungry, and man did< SALES&SERVICE

aken their toll of his report [tin the absence of winless Lawtey 18 to 0. After winning pitcher with 5 strike- they chow down? Some of A. 820 N Main St. Oainesvlll
& J. Saw
Pzazz.: However, h* is still their parentsl that they 3 Innings the winners had a outs and Kenny Chltty was the adults didn't get too, JEEP MUSTANG Phone 378-5531

p and at 'em. have no news except that the 13-0: lead l and. it was more the loser. much sleep] but that was the Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co. '

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hagy Chlttv family has obtaineda than enough. Lawtey could only casualty. Thanks to R Joe Mobile Homes, Inc.

nd daughter Donna of new dog. What makes this In the second game of the A. Col.son.] Al] Crosby Ran- KAMOLEKAmerica's Anderson Mgr. AINT & CLASSLiddell

Jreer.sboro, N. C. were re- ,anywhere near unique lit after- double header the score remained dall DavIs and BJ Magee for Domelite Chain Sawn Gainesville's. Dlscvunt Mobile
Alicia spent Tuesday Finest Economy Car
ent visitors for four days at that it is the offspring of 1-0 in favor of H. C. their help. Magee's cooking SALES & SERVICH Home Sales Lot.
with Millers. SALES AND SERVICE
he home of Mr. and Mrs. their beloved] "Choc" who noon we of last week, Wall 'by K, Gruudon'H RBI In saved the day. Thanks to Mr Volume purchases for our entire Paint, &
died The boys saidIt On Thursday the lIrat inning. Southern, Discount Repairs &; Parts All Makes
lobert F. Glenn] on Crystal recently. Haas for the transportation. chain: guarantees savings
alee. The Olenns and the has helped the feelings of we had some other very Jack en- rallied bee kscorlng 3 This week Is designated as Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR of many hundreds of dollars Glass Co.

lagys were good frlendjhen the whole Chitty family Justto joyable company, too.and Mrs. runs off of Dixon's double in "Wheels Week and will offer SALES & SERVICE: ,: dii the quality home of your
have another "little Choc"around. relatives were: Mr. the 2nd inning and scoringone 1132 S. Main KYANIZE PAINTSGIa.31Irron8Udlnc
/ the Glenns lived in choice.
Pinson Glenn and their a parade for the kids on Friday 2023 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
The boys also. more in the 3rd off of McGee's 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North'
say
Ireenl boro. The worked plus other
> men guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. many events. Gainesville 372-8433 Phone 372-3388: Door-
ogether In the mail service. that they have put up a triple. Wall picked up Arts and Gainesville 378-1346
Norris of Palestine Texas: crafts archery and Just Off Waldo Road Tub Enclosure: -Show Door
one run in the 4th Inning on. ,
Mrs. Robert Glenn] and mailbox here so they guess T. Parkerof air rifle small fry baseball, -WIndow.AwnlzCIrpetWalipaperStorelronl -
Mr. and Mrs. W. Danny Cowen's RBI and scored B & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE. MotorcvclesSrooternStreit's!
they are now permanent
on Frank have returned to Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. and girls Softball are a few CONCRETE PRODUCTS
2 more in the &th makingthe .
"Indian Beachers"!
heir Crystal Lake home we can mention. Come Consultation.
Buz Porter of Alachua her on
score 4-all In the bottom
ifter vislltng for two weeks Young Hal Elsenacher Isntteniln out and participate in our SALES & SERVICE INSIS'I THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop
Mac Shea
Mrs.
daughter of the 5th. With 2 men out, .
lth Mrs. Olenn's mother. :! ? camp at Camp summer program. Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE: PRODUCTS HONDA MOTORCYCLES 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.
Gainesvilleand
of Southern
and son, Lester Discount was' des
tia. Lillian Smith. In Miami Montgomery this week. He BANTAM BOYS BASEBALL Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROM Cushman & Vespa Scooter GAINESVILLE 372-8191 1
I Mrs. Jerry Home Craven perate. With men. on 2nd and '

Among Keystoners recelv- Is about to become a realseasoned and Jerry Lynn of Jacksonville 3rd, McGovern stole home on PARTY 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Edward's Building Iueatl.BSAZundappMotorcyclesSales ,

ng college degrees in recent camper because he My relatives were a passed ball winning the The Bantam Boys Base- PHONE 376-7313

,eek were Danlle M. Pater hay just recently returned I Mrs. Ro.seta Estes of Mclnto game and eliminating extra ball Party will be held thl.s Supply, Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES& Service SIGNSWILLIAMS

II. a Bachelor of Science In from two weeks of camp at I ;-h. Mrs. Myrtle Aultmanand Innings. Saturday Meet at the Recreation -
Textiles, from Georgia Tech the Youth Conservation 736 S. Main-372-4814 Locksmith & Safe Work
guest Mrs. Louise Mc- League-leader Lawte.y set Center at 9 a. m. Pinna Performance
aid William James Camp in the Ocala National] 818 W. University Ave. Neon
Blot a Partv will be at 3 Signs Inc.
Daniel of Mulberry. Talk: the puce as they bent Liberty over p. OAIOTHVTLLE. FLA ,
vlaster of Statistics at the Forest where his brother. Bill about plenty of good fish, National 9 to 4. In the tat Inning m. Bring swim suits and SAAB Gainesville 3767761MOTORCYCLES

Jnlverslty of Florida.Alerose. Pace Is counselor. Bill has good fun and good yaklnsr Joey Bennett hit a home towels. ELECTRIC MOTORS : "Sign Up With WtflIPLASTICNBON --
been home after- SALES AND SERVICE
only few
a
man we had plenty] of all run scoring 2. Jerry Testone SIGNS

noon since he arrived backto three! We tried to help our also scored on an error. Liberty j Three PhaseMigratory I CLEAN; USED CARS ELECTRIC THECYCLE SaleaServic.Malnt.nane.Erectiona.Alt.yattona .
his Florida] home His I
National tied
Texas bunch soak up enoughof things up SHOP
i-I mother. Tine Elsenacher is this good Santa Fe Lake in the top of the 2nd by 4 I Dove 1031 S. Main Ga.lnMv111e Motor Repair Co.Of "Your Designs or OwV

I hoping' he will get to stay water to last them until we clean Jilts. Lawtey came bar Season Set GiHnenvllle Inc. NORTON BULTACO

and visit some in late Aug and scored 2, making the Phone 378-2136 2720 N.E. 2Oth Way
(From Preceding" can coax them down for a DUCATI BRIDGESTON1CMO1JRCYCLKS
PafcJn RepairIngRewindIngNew
ust.Mr ]longer stay next year. score 53.Lawtey. Florida hunters will have a and Used Gainesville
and family spent, a day of H. T. Smith has hn"1 Mr and Mrs. Michael then held the lead.! three-phase season for migratory bays 372-6004 Nile 17.- H'

wLmmlng and picnldng at St. her daughters. Mrs. Techla I Adam are anticipating a visIt all the way and scored 4 dove hunting during Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED: Complete Service A Part

tugustlne recently. McOrlff of Jacksonville and from Kenny's sister, Miss more runs. Larry Brown was the 1966-67 season, accordIng -
Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Smith's Mrs. Trellle Cheshire and Becky Brlre! of Atlanta over the winning pitcher with to W. P. Copeland chairman 1030 S. Main Gainesville New & Used machines In stock TILES & PAINT

nest. for several weeks were son Larry of Pompano Beach th> weekend. They would McKinney as the loser. Game and Fresh Water TRUCK GMC CENTERPONTIAC Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Term

1r. Smith's parents Mr. and visit with her recently like her many friends to Final Standings: Fish Commission. Available rXJNTKOTE TILE

Irs. Thomas Vance Smith Grandson Kelt Cheshireand know 'this ahead of time so Lawtey, Tried Wall end The first phase will be FARM E1UII'MENTSanta 324 N.W. 8th Ave.

ml brother and family Mr., wife of Alachua] were, that any of you who wish, Southern Discount [tied I. open for dove hunters. Octo- 220 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-3660 Vinyl-Vinyl A.bet.. .
jid Mrs. Eugene Smith and over on Thursday night t when and Johns Oil.
may call or see Becky. ber 1 through November 6. 372-2383:
fro children; all of Baltimore several] of we lucky neighbors Mr and Mrs. L. C. Kelly of Small Fry Baseball The Lecond phase opens No- Fe Tractor, !MOVERS Floor Finishing Product

Id. Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Da- wpre fetPd to an evening of Waldo are spending their Playing four innings and vember 19 to run through CRANEIJNCOLNMERCURY Inc. Dl'RALITK': PAINT

lino of Salsbury, N. C. visit- viewing slides In the attrac- vacation on the lake this also the one hour time limit, December 4. The third phase Long Distance Moving

4 for a week. tive home of Tom and Lillian I wee.t: Young son Keith the Mets and the Lions play- will be open December 17 : FORD Local Drayag GYM FINISH:!

)Mrs. I..; M. Pearsall's son, Norwood:! Their son Larry'I doesn't think It is much of a ed to a 3-3 tie. Both teams i through January 2. Authorized Sales & Service Storage Packing (Crating

fr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Prugh Is hrme on leave from his I vacation. for he came down played an even game nip and Sheeting will be allowed '\06 B. University Gainesville Farm Tractors .& Implement Tenney Tile & Paint

( Houston Texas wer guests Viet Nam assign- Phone 372-4231 Ford Industrial Machinery Shipping
present on Saturday with the mump tuck all the way. Eddie Bla from 12 noon until sunset ot:
( hers for two weeks. ment Over there. Larry exactly twenty-TWO days lock pitched an outstanding I each Crane's ImportsVolvo 2222 N.W. 6th St.
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Col. Emma E. Vogel return- open day. Daily bag LANDROVRR: 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S
d home 'work In the capacity of after being exposed to younger game for the Mets as did limit for dove will be 12 witha (Mercedei-Benx) SALES, PARTS SERVICE Gainesville 378-1302
yesterday after
a
to Mexico. teacher-advisor In a civilian brother Kevin Better luck Eddie:! Deal for the Lions. possession of two days' bag FIAT-H1LLMAN MOVING

Ip role. All of these draft-card next year, Keith t Dale Johns got one hit and Other rules for migratory 4488 N.W. Sixth: GalneavllU

uthie Katherine Berkelman McGinty of Atlanta and burning smartees should I Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rai- scored two runs for the MetsOrlfflg game during the 1966-67 sea- 2201 N Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL

have an opportunity to viewLarrv's Linda. Mike, Norma Wilkerson and Star- Phone 372-4373 Phone 376.2548GARIEN :
nieces of Mrs. Carl Berk- r I ford. son are a. follows: Rail 3340 N.E. Waldo R4.
here months' slides and hear some Jean. Judy and Jenny Lynn ling scored runs for the (marsh hen and galllnulel.] Gainesville S72-4271

nan it. are for ,I of his comments on condition -f of Gainesville are soaking up I Uon.1. open September 17 through SUPPLIES House of Travel.INC. .

Mr.' and Afrs.\ V. Y. Craw. I I In that country. It Is plenty] of this good lakeside The Tigers whipped the November 25, with a bag of I AUTO SALVAGEPaul' !MUSIC .

V of Melrose and Mr. and enough to make one standup life this week while they I Angel 13-4 on a run-scoring 15 and a total possession of Johnson & Paris Inc.

trs Harry Thompson of I and be counted when iti 1' vacation In the Charles barrae:! scoring 3 in the first. 30. Woodcock open November Auto LIPHAM MUSICCo. AIRLINES!

omaston, Ga. spent the comes to saying "I'm GLAD, !Pohmlt' cotta e. Mr. and Mn 3 In the second and 7 in the 12 and clones December 31 SalvageWe Complete Une of STEAMSHIP!

ekend in Daytona Beach. I I'm nn American1"Miss Dewayne Morgan and chll-' third to give them 13 big with a daily bag of 5 and a Buy Wrecked Cars At IIEEDSPLANTSIDMCtfddPe& Inc., R. R.I

(Mrs. Nell Roundtree just Ann Alvarez] of Char-1 "ren are helping them enjoy runs and a victory. Alan total; possession of 10 [except PRICESAll __'--I
TOP Hotel I Caf
t: news that her granddaugh- I lestor.: S. C Is visiting! the lake, too. Young George Akrlrlge and Jerry Rowe each In the Northwest Region Supp'.eaFERTILIZERS VAL LIPHAM

Gall Hatch of Ft. Myers daughter Joan for a few Zetrruer of Gainesville spent had ? hits and accounted for where the woodcock season Mike it Model : PIANOS! ORGANS-PS! (7515 Weekday 8:30: to I:"

9 I just gotten married. She days. They are enjoying a vis- a nltht and day with Mike. 7' of the Tiger runs. Dale opens !November 19 and Vied Parts 'W. Rent Fertilizer Spreader Guitar and Amplifier

expecting 'a. visit from them It together as this Is the first For this week did you iaas al'1oBlalock(\ and Bobby'aterson closes' December 31 In orderto Teletype Service-We Will 224 NW 8th Av. SHEET MUSIC Sat !9) to 12. _

n. Mrs. Roundtree's Don. one since last summer, butI know that a man who won't had hits for the coincide with the pre- Find Any Part For You. .

man and family covered wonder if their Jaws can read has no advantage! over losers viously established openingof Gainesville 376-4512 PHONE 17241'O&nvWe. Ualnesvlll Shopping Center 341 J W. University 'AOainuvUla ...

snty one states in the Mid- possibly hold out?? Ann's the man who can't read?- The powerful Mets scoredat quail season], Snipe sea- 441 N. Past Stock Yard PIa 372-3363 378-1601

on their vacation. While folks. Buddy and Anna Jean so keep cool as you can and will as they easily defeated son opens November 12 ', ; .
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Williams: were visiting Mr'' ncr was matron of honor for spent Thursday with Mr. and Williams are visiting Mr. and : ASSEMBLY' :: OF MOD BROOKER BAPTIST ply\ pastor. hon pastor."

mid Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and her sister Mrs. D. E. Hill and family. Mrs. Mills Kelly In Lake City IIIWAV CHAPEL Sunday School, 10 a. m BOATDRAIN BAPTIST FINE LEVEL BAPTIST

HAMPTON Mrs. Eve Mcnefree In Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Donald Mc- Mrs.! Frank C. Clark and thin week. Weldon St. and Raiford Morning Worship, 11 a. m Sunday School. 10 a. m.

on Sunday. MalK.ne and sons of Daytona Mr. and Mrs Tommy Clark Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw- Road. Sunday School 10 am. Training Union 6:30: p. m Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, lo a. m. 'I
Griffin Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Fred::! and eon are spending this Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship n a. m.
!Mr. and Mrs. Wesley : ford of Gainesville were Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer TrainingUnion, 7:00: p. m.
By Mm. Alary\ William and Phyllis spent the rick Watterson and daughter week with relatives in Atlanta. overnight guests of Mr. and Evening* Service 7:30 p. m, Meeting Wednesday 7:30: Evening; Worship 8:00.: Prayer Pre-Servlces [Booster Band.

&aAAA&AAiAAAAAAAaMra. \vefk.nd; at Daytona Beach. and Mrs. Dorothy Falling Oa. Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wednes Thursday Prayer Meeting: 7:30: RA GA, and Sunbeams every; Meeting Wediie.sday. 7:30p. : Your People and Prayed
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uoark of Starke: were weekend Mrs. Emily Qoodson of MIami p.m. Young People' Meeting. other Thursday afternoon. m. -.Rev. R. E. Bergstrom.p Service], 6 p. m. Evening!

J. a. Adklns: apent 'weie recent visitors/ to his Riiests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. i Is spending the week day.Mr.. and Mrs. Crosby spent Saturday, 7:30 p.m.Leroy Rev. James Temple pastor.! tor. Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek
several days last week with Llghtsey, Service, Wednesday, 7:30: p
mother. Mrs. Emma Roark.in Wattcrson. with her mother. Mrs. C. A. part of last week at the lake pastor. '
her son-in-law and daughter. UEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pa'*
West Jefferson. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDnn- Cox Sr. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee NEW CONGKEU.ATIO.NALMKTHOIMST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin I Recent visitors of Mr. and l lel find son were weekend Raymond Thomas spent Flakes Lake I Sunday School, 10: a. m tor.
on Serena.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Richard. in Ocala. Mrs. Henry McClellan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. last week at the FFA camp Little Donna Newman Is REVIVAL Morning Worship 11 a. m CALVARY BAPTIST 'J
Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Michael and Danny Oe- Mrs. McClellnn's mother Williams! and Earl. ?!rs. at High Springs. on the nick list this week. Revival services will be heldat Training Union 7 p. m. Even-
hron of Ft. Lauderdale are Mrs. Mary Hollifleld her Williams accompanied Mr. Th revival at the Baptist We wish her ties New Congregational ing Service 8 p. m. Rev. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. j
a speedy recovery -
PrayeMeeting. 7:30: m.
spending several weeks with brother.! Virgil Hollifleld. and and Mrs. McDaniel to Mon- Church closed Sunday night Methodist Church. May 1 Lacy Conway, pastor. p. Morning Worship, 11 .
their uncle and aunt. Mr family and Mr. McClellan's ticello on Sunday to spend after a good meeting. Those Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph through May 8. Rev F. A. Wednesday. Rev. W. L. Training Union 9:30:
and Mrs. W. C. Collins. Huff. tlckler. several Williams who attended of Savannah, Ga. CHURCH OF GOD NewmAN pastor.NORTIISIDE .
sister. Mrs. Ted days with Mrs. from out of town Sapp. Mr. and Troy Stephens I Evening Service '::30 l
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Hart and family all of Ruther- parental Mr. and Mrs. the dinner Sunday; Bennett and Mrs. O.Mrs.L. Sapp will bring the message each 432 N. St. Clalr St., Starke. I MeetingWednesday, 7J I

and son of Alachua spent the fordton N. C. I J. T. Jenkins. were Mr. and Mrs. Frank attended the funeral of their I night at 7:30.HEILBRONN: Sunday School.!, 10 a. m. BAPTIST I m. -Rev. B. H. Butler, |

weekend with Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Eng Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc- Williams and family and coiiBln. Gene In Worship services 11 a. m. and Located on ttayieea: High

Lester McCullough and fam lish and daughter an<] Sharon Clellan and family moved Mrs. Milton Misner and fam- Jacksonville last Chastaln Friday.Mr. I :/ BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday.! way [ISR 2251 at Raiford Road AIRPARK BAPTIST

ily. Whitfield of Cross City. last weekend to Starke. I ily ot Gainesville.] Mrs. Mel- and Mrs. Ellery Sapp Sunday School 10 a, m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting.: I SR 161. Services: Sunday Sunday School. 9:45: ,

Mrs. Ina Home. Mrs. Juno and Jimmy Smith of Boston. The Ladles Council of the ton of Waldo and Irvin Mc- and Mrs. Joyce George and Morning Worship 11 a. m. :Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. School 10 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship 1:

Haddock and Mrs. Mary Muss: were guests last week Christian Church met with I Conaghy of Ft. Jackson S ; children were visiting In Training Union 6:30: p. m. Williams pastor.I'ENTACOSTAt Morning Worship.) 11 a. enTraining Evening service, 7:30:

Williams attended a showerfor of Mr. and: Mis. Floyd Smith Mrs. Robert Cox at her homeIn I C.The Chattahootchle Tuesday.Mr. Evening Service, 7:30. Mid- HOLINESS I Union 6:30 p. m. I Prayer Meeting Wedn

Mrs. Nell Mann In I, and family. I Orange Park. Those who I Topsy Browns: entertained and Mrs. O. L. Sapp week Prayer Servlje 7:30: p. 324 Brownlee St.. Starke. ''E'enlngBel'vlct'. 7:30.: MidWeek 7:30: p. m. Training :

Gainesville last Friday nlJht.1 M<"s. Dobbins of Splndale. attended were Mrs. Ruth on Saturday, July 16. and grandchildren were visiting m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer Service. Wednesday :- Friday. 7:30: p. m. -Re 1'

"Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Camp\ I N. C. Is visiting her daughter. Matchett Mrs. Margaret with a supper. wlm. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. pastor. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. 7:30.Rev.: Glenn Law- Grlffls, pastor. .
bell and daughters of Wooi-::! I Mrs. accrue Cash. Crawford Mrs. Lucille Burk- music party. Guests includedMr. Ts,7'In' Mlddleburg Thurs- I I
Evangelistic service 7:30:
bridge Virginia are visiting Mrs. Virginia, Roark and hart. Mrs. Doyle Sibley. Mrs. and Mrs. Max Wilder d8'v.' p.m. ______f
SMYR.VA\ : MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Tuesday
Mrs. Campbell's parents.. Mr. Mrs. Ruth Dyal spent several ChlMr.! Mrs SUP Brannen. and girls. of Palatka. On I
7:30: -Russell Croft That's Our Business
p.m. pas
and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt.Mr. days last week in Stock- and Mrs. Carl Clark and Sunrtuy Mr. and Mrs. Emory BAPTIST CHURCH I GLASS
tor.
and Mrs J. Q. Ad- bridge. Ga. with Mr. and! daiiithters: Mrs.: Cox served Brown and family were sup- 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday. J
ffavej
kins visited Mr. and: Mrs. H. Mrs. Tommy Harvey. Rut hie I luncheon after the meeting.Mrs. per !guests! of Mr. and Mrs 4 services: Sunday School 10 80.1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: : "If It's Class We [ .

W Prieiter on Friday and Roark returned home with Mary Frances Shealy Otto Hicks Jr. at the lake. I.iCHURCH m. Preaching. 11 a. m. Training I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ". CALL WRITE" VISIFOR

Mrs. Adkins attended a them. and sons of Lithia Springs, I Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rich Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I

shower for Miss Jane Mills Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith Ga. pie visiting Mr. and Mrs ard !nnd daughter of Ocala. NEWS Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. ANY GLASS NEEJ'.

at the Azalea Ravine Oar- and daughter! and Mr. and Jeff Baker and family this Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith and welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : We Design Modern Store Fl" .

dens Country Club in Fa- Mrs. James Smith of Cross week. family of Jacksonville Mr. pastor. m. ] '.
latka. City were visiting in Plant Pvt. Irvin McConaghy of and- Mrs. Emory Prevatt and KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Just Mail Us A pattern}

Mr. and Mrs Clarence Ad I City last week. Ft. Jackson S. C. spent the sons of Starke. and Mr. and BAPTIST CHURCH ,i LAURA BAPTISTSunday Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Table Tops /
kins of Bowling Green spent weekend! here with his wife, Mrs. H. W. Prlester of Pa-
Mr and Mrs Royce Joyner Sunday School. 10 a. m. j! School 9:45: a m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
several days last weekwith attended the wedding- her I Mrs. Odessa McConaghy. latka were guests of the J. G.Adklns. .
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11 m. Morning 11 .
Morning Worship a. Worship a. m.Evening Training Union 6:15: p in. .
Mr.; and Mrs. J. E. Adklns. and and they all had SHEA'S GLASS
Mrs Gene Clouse
sister Kay Fullwood. In Lake
6:30 m.
Training Union : p. Worship. 7::30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Mid
Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. Joe Worth last week Mrs. Joy- daughters of Bradenton dinner on Silver Lake. a 4i
Evening Worship, 7:30. Prayei Prayer Meeting Wednesday, week Prayer Service, Wednesday -
Wlgflns.! and Mrs. Ocorae Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Park- //435S1!
Meeting. Wednesday. 7::30. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee 7:30.: Choir Practice 8:30p. :
I raod.family.. Mr. and Mrs. 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone ,.......,...
Rev. B. T. Peavy pastor. paator. m. -Rev. Jim Rlgdon. sup- .' -
Burney Kleins, Mrs. Opal h
Brooks: of Flint, Mloh.. and I

I JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mrs. ,Vasco Ga. are Bussey visiting of Valdosta Mr- ST EDWARD'S CATHOLICSTARKE I

and Mrs. R. H. Parker and _", fay Mass, 915: a. m.: An investment in Your futurebLLUkbk
TUe5d&y-U.p5 and Benediction -
Mrs. John Parker. They were


ANTIQUES I HEARING AID I PET SHOP TIlE called.of and on John account Mrs.Parker.Mr. Foster of. the Hayes illness 8p.m.Thuisday, 7 p. m.and Inquu.Friday, oinss.+'-i\I, tffiiJlij (!: ( ) : (C i i1 M.r


Bought-Sold-Appraised ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing :SeeSONOTONE- Kongo Pet Shop Linda and son. Stone RandY.attended and Miss tha Mass.for grat'ie! 7:30:: and a. m.high scnool 19:30: a.students m.- -.


FurnltureChlnaGlassSliverBrassOll Poodle* !Malte.w'-LIasal' Big Ape Convention in Jacksonville !!], ,

PaintingsOne OF JACKSONVILLE; POODLE GROOMING Saturday night in Saturday Mass. 9:30: a. m. .. '...-.-.rfrtWtfixv.tfRemoving...................... .-
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honor of Randy's birthday.Mr. :
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Piece or a House Full "The. and Smallest! Sweaters Collars. Tags, FIRST METHODIST
Strongest and Mrs. Foster Haves
iI! the THORNd
STARKE !!!
CIIfKCII.
World"Only Pet Supplies I
Hearing Aid in the drove to Lake Yale Saturday ,
Ina Ward Antiques Church School
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Sunday -
Co. Hearing Aid Mmlr. 81 rii-l'jpdi-llasu.ter. ,* morning to pick up their ... '
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3372 St.; Johns Ave. 22 Went Monroe sons Steve and Terry who 9:45: a. m.Snack Morning Supper Worship.for,, m 1 Almost l everyone that lias ever removed a shoe and run barefoot through the UeTds! 1 Tcnotvt: : ;:[ :'",
353.1163 10-8 P.H 11 a. m.
Jacksonville Dally &: Sun. had spent the week at R. A.
Jacksonville 387-1379 Camp.! They both had a MYF. 6 p. m. MYF meetings. l1 ij ijjijjj of the wonderful feeling of freedom that this gives. Most, also have ]mown what it is to jjjjjj .

Call CollwtAuto : Closed! Tuesday 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship handled gingerly :!:!:
it out usually so
I wonrterful time. :;: remove a sticker or a thorn. The first attempts to pull are
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7:30.: !!*!
Sales & Service nonnv SHOP 8939 Herlong; Rd.< NormandfSection .VVYVyvvvvVvvvvvvvvvvBaviess Thursday -Chancel Choir .1i...1.. and slowly and then, screwing up your courage you yank it out, and find that tllis} wa ::;;:;

WESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. \ 1 1: the easiest way after all. ::-jiTher :
W. Jacksonville 781.2800PIAXOSOHGAl'R YOUTH WEEK ACTIVITIES : :
Inc. Hiway : Starting Sunday night.,I 1:j1 i:: are many thorns In lIfe, and these eviLs: sTioutcl 'IJ. removed" swiftly, and! put out of :;:;:

SHOP, Inc. Youth Week Activities will I t\\\\ our lives. Attend Church receive help and! encouragement ifl removing tha. thorns. from p|
AUTHORIZED DEALER \ By Mrs. O. E. Cro..br.A.A..AA..AAA.. : be held at 6 p. m. nightly
\ A Complete Line of Mnson, & Tamlln Pianos through Friday. A well-bal, M\: :\ your life. .

Sale I.O'A.: Part* Boat & Airplane Builders\ Sup- Hammond Organs ..... anced program -has beeix : -K*::

Serviceff Show('r Fur
"Vuu A Good Hnul At-
Gel
Open 8 arn.8 p.m. I Controlled Models Th" home of Mrs. O. E. 7th grade through! high i1Ii .1:1

5 p.m. Sat. Closed Sunday arId Equipment Crosby was the setting for a, school are invited to como S4S :

iiso LAM.: AVE SOUTH Own Evenings'; till 9 P.M.: F. O. MILLER : miscellaneous bridal bower for Inspiration fellowship
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Phone Jackgoivilla 384-31-11 I honoring Miss dinner Kite fun. and food.BOATDRAIN .
602 SO. EducwondJaCKSCtnvllle -no H.....,PI.. ,_ S,_ ia. I last Tuesday night. The

Parrish Motors 388-8662 Jacksonville party rooms were decoratedwith BAPTIST
I
II spring flowers.Games REVIVAL SERVICES
I Revival services will startMonday
enjoyed during -
were
8U..f':: I Men's! & Bov's,, Weai, SEWING MACHINES i the evening and prizes at the Boatdraln
SJoR\'WE: -" Baptist Church and continue
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"* won bv Mrs. Teresa Crosby
PARTS I "Quality' Clothe* for :Men .an SINGER .%UT. ZIGZAG I Mis J. L. Johns. Mrs. J. R. through Sunday. Aug. 7. David -1

32 Ytara As A Dealer Boy.* Since 1910" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet I Kelly and Miss Kite. Medelros an accomplished -
Always Good Used Cars Sold New over $300) The' refreshment table was accordionist will be the
1 I Van Hcusen Stetson Hats Per Month) evangelist and services will
.21 Laura St. JuckaoiiN Hie, Bui. $U or $3.00 I covered with im importedlace
Phone 356-5654 McGregor Gold Cup Sox table cloth over yellow begin each night at 8 o'clock.

complete, Formal Wear' Hcn.nlIOUnlfficn'sShop!. Ideal Sewing Center : linen. White tapers flankedthe The pastor. Rev. Roarer.:

Automatic Transmission!' I, I crystal punch bowl and a Bergstrom. extenls: an lnvitation \-,';:
I ALL MAKES silver tray held dainty sand- to the public to attend'

Automatic : New and Used MaclUnw. wiches.\ An arrangement of all services. I

843 Cas-sat Ave. vpllow roses formed the cen- I
Transmissions & SIO Main Corner; Duval .Ja..k..nn..llle. .. 389-5471 terpiece. :MADISON STREET

Motor ExchangeBIG Jacksonville \ Mrs. Kelly presided at the BAPTIST CHURCH "
TRACK SERVICE ,: :
punch bowl assisted by Mrs The speaker for Sunday,
DADDY WALTRrmanufactured Louise Norman. Mrs. Crosbywas July 24., will be Rev. Charles ---I

Transmissions MOTORCYCLESHONDA: I I RAY'SI assisted by Mrs. Helen Harvey In the absence of the -

Motors I TRACK SERVICEPortable Sapp in caring for the guests.; pastor.
By Quality Craftsman I Out of town guests Included Sunday School 9:45: a. m.;
t, 2097 W. Beaver St. I Track Press Service Mrs. Dan O. Kite motherof Morning Worship. 11:00: a. DM Ownll h M'l awMrtW.._?..Kinl Hit"In* .N17ip

Jacksonville. 3534771tAMPERS : MOTORCYCLES\ Welding I the propsectlve bride and m.: Training Union. 6:15 p. IN MI..d II Nn toMi IM, HIM U rnpoiid It 1..1.. ..br In*..)hit, m.jMwr. WirtiwlMM ,. ,
: Crawler i m.: Evening Worship, 7:30: .vmta.' \ ta ... loot 01< M, .. |..MIUMII. | or t''i 111 ly w .oy SI! lilt, .,,11 lw| .
All Models-Nothlnat Down Used\ Bulldozers &: Mrs. Kite. grandmother hel.1 p. m. ......... .>d. KM" ItMfem. dmh M told w d.ar will, mx'iobly' pnitri. Ih..il#..., .... : i ',.
"We'll 'cm Rolling" of the bride-elect and : '
Merchants Green Stamps Keep Wednesday Prayer and, Inn MlflUi,, "* .1 l vie, eu. tlMvK' .tuffvl !Hit Chimti l lii IM ukt. of( lh. willix.,

Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.MondayFriday 7287 W. Beaver sister. Mrs.Crosby Mason.and Also Mrs. Mrs.Ma- Praise Service 7:30: p. m.: I .4 I kimwH, ..d tin '_.dr. Itftni. .HKM.. lie....., .....y|> (own ,b .id u",oti ..4 pv.Miat _ .
Cribbs Campers Jacksonville; 368-4621 Bobby of Gainesville.I Church Choir practice, 8:30: ( to Nw ClMnll Wiouit if Kill Nu IraHi, okwl. nan s M., dialS mi. deley' |r; !lie .

Del-Rey Campers 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. TROPICAL FISH rie Seventy Ellxson five guests were Invited pm. !I ::::: IooIfI *..IK, |.| tow. .iH I ul. h.. "IIM I. Univ .s ibuld. 01 God ,.... u. ...... & 5cI.

Saturday and Wednesday to attend. The honoreewas Nursery open for all serv .. ..
Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY #tt>KJv;; ;:&'!:;:::;:;:& ... .. ,w .1.?
MERMAIDAQUARIUMS presented with a rose ices. A place for all ages.

Skamper Convertibles MOTORS 4949 Blandlng&: CYCLES Blvd. corsage lovely gifts.and received many Rev. Felder Rowan, Pastor. These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

Tradaa-Bttnk Financing The hostess jacksonville 771-8214: Aquarium Supplies
Complete
5408 San Juan Ave. Fish All Species with an Imported ornamentalvase STARKE Lawson Meat Market
Imported
Koch Store
Farmers Mutual r Drug
Jacksonville 38--9318 i -- to match her furniture. Services for the week:
CALL: OR COME: BY
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg _:MUS1C Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 pjft PERSONALS Mrs Lithe Crews and Mr. Morning: : Worship 11 a. m.. Exchange "YOUR HEALTH I IS OUR AND COLD STORAGE
Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Chain We Order Any Fish" Avall bl. and Mrs. O. J. Johns of guest speaker, Rev. Tom i Fe4'CIFertlllzf'rSHd. MAIN= CONCERN":' "'e !Sppclali/e Custom Slttughter-
Paulus Music Co. were Wednesday Moore. Field Secretary Flor. ,
Jacksonville .
913 S. Edgewood Ave. Poultry Equlpnwnt hug ('lIttine & "Wrapping
; Saw Sales Jacksonville 388-9404 night guests of Mr. and Ida Baptist Convention; ser UNICO TIRES-B.tTIERIZ5 Free Delivery Phon' 96 1-1. HIt
JlO1IBLITICMoney Band & String Instruments Mrs. Pitt Newsome.Mr. mon. "The Office of Deacon Petroleum Product Prepared For Deep Freeze

J Makln Chain Saws Gibson Guitars Se Amplifiers WESTERN STORE and Mrs. Howard Rob- ." Training Union 6:15p. : PIIONK: 964-8281'
School Supplies-Instruction erson and grandson of Jacksonville m. Evening Worship. 7:30:
HALES! &; SERVICE Roberts Recorders LITTLE DUDE were weekend guestsof sermon: "The Ministry Mastery Bradford Abstract Co. _ _ _
All MakesToro
Parta and Repairs MusIc LibraryExpertRepair Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and Mystery of Jesus." SLADE GAS

&; Yazoo Power 282-50BQ Mowers Department Western Store Jones and daughter.Mr. I Monday New River Association I 158 W. CALL STREET (r n J ,,fjt "' C

Rt. 21 Mlddleburg! and Mrs. O. E. Crosby', Sunday School, Ph. 964-6881 Starke. Fla. and Appliance CenterEdwards \
41 W. :Monroe St.Jacksonville You'll Find Every
"Where
Mass Meeting. 8 m. First
and Mrs. J. I.. Johns wel'ei p. ,
ELECTRIC MOTORS 355-8 It 7 thing For the HorseEnthus1ast" Baptist Starke.Wednesday OF STARKE, INC.
i chopping in Gainesville Friday I Grocery & -
3310: Beach Blvd. afternoon. They were accompanied Family Covered U.S. 301 NORTH
Peavy Brothers Western ClothingLeather. I home by thel Dish Supper at church I Mkt. DeWITT C. JONES

Electric Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 goods. Saddles and Trailers !grandchildren. Steve and 6 p. m. Prayer Meeting, 7 p. FUNERAL HOMES Ph. 969-3S01 Starke, Fla.

1 I Charles & Sharon Petty Speedy Crosby who stayed I m.. Rev. A. Bryan Braslnton Groceries-Meats\ --Feeds

ELECTRIC MOTORS 902: So.. Edewood Ave.Jacksonville until Monday with them missionary to Peru. guest Gas & Oil Starke Ph. 9fii-2600

;. fGJd.ServicedRePlllredI M tJS1C1netrumentsMARVIN 331-1210! Mr. and Mrs. Bud Alvarez speaker. Church Choir rehearsal Ph. 961-2182 Starke, Fla. Charley E. Johns

Generators-Starters WELL DRILLING were supper guests of Mr. !, 8 p. m. i Keystone Heights!' -
:
I Thursday Visitation 10 Agency
Alterations and Mrs. Felix Sapp Monday
; Rewinding KAY'SMusic night. I a. m. and 7 p. m. Loudon's Merle Norman I -173-3176
Armature PARTRIDGEWell Ph. 904-0201
1S1 R. Walnut
Mrs. Bud Alvarez and Mrs
Jacksonville 4044 Lenox\ 387-2528 Ave. CenterFender Drilling Co. : Jerry Dyal were shopping in Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop! GKNERAL INSl"RANCE
: 117 S. Ph. (W14-SO81 But Nobody V"'l'IIells] '
Thompmju Nobmly'
Gainesville Friday.Mr.
j ,
Grotcch & Vox Guitars Plufttle Notebook |:2.BO at the LACY CONWAYAmerican
FLOOR COVERING Selmer RO'KRTF.!\\I\S' WELLS I and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I II If Your Hair Itn't Becoming To Charley F. John Agency
and
King. fatten I were visiting her son-in-law TKIJTORAPH.: i I You-You Shnnld Ke fouling To "A.
Band Instruments Service StaStarke
Complete Electric Water and daughter. Mr. and Mrs I
Looking for I
carpets Ludwlg- Sllngerlajid Ro&ersDrum" Systems Glenn Stanley In Jacksonville -I "66" Service tion and Bus StationIary Hurst Shell ServiceCARL
better IRIUOTIO's Sunday. TilE RIGHT POINT for th.

Visit' 1 Rental' & Repair* on AlL FIIA FINANCING:/ Bobby Crosby and son of I way you. write. Como In and'Hwt KILL EDWARDS HURST
58UO Hyde Grove Ave. .. your favorite F.STFB-I ('on\\", Flying !Service1hset
@4 Gainesville vblting his
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';:;::: were Brake Servli'e-Wheeh. Hiil:>nrM.
400 :MIN ST. Jufkftonvlll *. BROOK fountain |M>n. TKLKUftAPH. 301 & 100 Ph. 961-6111
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C C \ Alil&nmt& laHtrurUoo Ph. 9(14-4031! Hwy.
'u HOG4N. duwnlewAr ,. ckl1vl1l" 353-0935 Call '.Uuo& SII1t-1UI Crosby Tuesday: night. I an Tpl". Ph. \4U-n31 '"

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BRIDAL|Mrs. Peggy SHOWER ZBI4481uu..A.uu..AUaua Thomas Mrs. Win a Mustang I t or $1,000 f fI Cash


Nell lurner' and Mrs Marie
(Case entertained: at .tha Cue
I home Friday night with a rf, (
lovely bridal shower honoring -

recent Miss Linda bride-elect.Dale Thomas "

During the evening games s
were played and prizes t PLAY 'LUCKY BINGO !
'
awarded1-- Mrs. MikeCan-

non a net Mrs. Harold Ray- 1dJ' X000 STORES ;1aa -
burn. ', 'i:\ .
Alter th v: )honored .guest
opened her gifts refresh- t"Pt&1 GE.. f GeorllltiaTDEdL QUANTITY, RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 23RD
ments of Coke cookies and { .
punch were served to the : ;i L"-Tr, REG 29* 19-or. DIXIE DARLING YELLOW, WHITE' DEVILS FOOD

Mrs.guests Out Alan..('f-town.. J.obr. guests." Llttnaat were" $1000.00 WINNERS REGULAR=. CHEK REGULAR :: :::: CCke iix s 4/$1 l .

Mrs: Sandra Thomas Miss Florence.E. McKinney William L. Mestner & Ik[ REGULAR 2/39 12-oz. THRIFTY MAID
1

Jacksonville Verna Mae and Thomas:Mrs. Parley all of Gainesville.Rose Smith Florida Mrs.Orlando E. S.Florida McCall V D r I n k 5 15$1 '. Tomato Catsup 6/$1/

Austin PERSONALS of Clay Hill.. Dayton. '..ch, Florida Sanford.. Florida I .
Mr Alan HinksonTltHSvllla Mrs. Venice Pittman'I
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r-n-l.! Dorothy Miller Is In .: REGULAR 59 QUART DEEP SOUTH REGULAR 27 *303 ASTOR FRUIT REG. 2/39 *303 STOKELY SLICED
Florida .
Indiana visiting with rela- Waycrou Geo..

tives.Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lan- .ev.1: Scone Florid Mayonnaise; :: 49 Cocktail 5/1./ Carrots 6/1./:
thrlpp of New York spent : : : I
Wednesday to Friday of last BridghamJacksenvllla. Mr 46-oz. THRIFTY MAID REG. 3/69t #303 DELMONTE C.S': W.K.
week here with Mr. and Mrs. Florida I'

Walter Lanthrlpp and fam Mrs. Shirley Morris Mr*. J. L. Nichols REGULAR 69 QUART HELLMANN'SMayonnaise Drinks 4/1./ Corn 3/59/
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. ily.Mr. P U ,. riarlda Jacksonville, Florida
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and Mrs. Dan Byrd of REGULAR 39* *300 CAN RANCH

Mr.Mayo and visited Mrs. Thursday J. D. Bell with and :Savannah. W. Campbell Georgia Catharine Jacksonville Craven Florida 5 9 pi Tuna FihCMj'; / Beans 3/33/

eon and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. rtin M. DuPree Clyde W. Riley .

Harris)' Tallahanaa, Florida Montlcallo, florid. 4-oz. DULANY STEMS AND PIECES REGULAR 49" 1O'/s' -or. M & M COATED
Last Wednesday night visitors REGULAR 37ft. JUMBO GALA '
of Mr. and Mrs. Avory ': Muster 4/$1/ Candies. 39
Blade *nd family were Mr. j ms .
and Mrs. Donald Slade and
family Hampton and Mrs. & TowelsREGULAR 29" Reg 2/35* "303 Thrifty Maid Lq. & ". 12-oz. ARROW ALL PURPOSE
$100.00
WINNERS )
Davits and family of Jacksonville $
i Peas 7/1./ Cleaner. 23
Mrs. Henry Caruso and W. H. Sch.''*., J.., Fla. M... R.W. Rawls,lam 79 1-LB. ASTOR V. P. REGULAR FINE DRIP .
daughter of Jacksonvillewere C.M.Vaughn Orianda P. A. Wright,St Cloud. I
Sunday\ of last week ..fir( G_. Orlan".. f.*. W. G. Latseter.. '.' f. I I-LB. PKG. DIXIE DARLING SOUR PLUS 23 FREE STAMPS
dinner guests of Mr. and R. L.Grava. *.Titusvllla/. .... Do.rI..kade.O.I.nda't Coffee 5 9 ,, .t
Mrs- Earl and family. DOUGH BREAD 29
Rev and Mosley Mrs. Blankenship Mary F.Shtitt, Apopka Mrs. Paul Daarman, Eau. G. 'j r .j ,
Rosallna Orlando
Vkk. Olivia Forrall
Jar
and family of Baldwin mov- 8-CT PKG. DIXIE DARLING STRAWBERRY PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS
ed here last week and are occupying D. L Mills. N. Sm.Bch. Elixabath Smith Mt. Dora REGULAR 59* GIANT BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent I "j

:, the D. B. Oriffts A.na Nls...Laagwaad Mrs. Ethal Williams, Jx 'J FRUIT BUNS 39
Is I .
house. Rev. Blankenship
,
Eunlca Daroufjh Tiftan G. Jaan Barnes,Jax
in pastor Baldwin.of the The Church former of pas-Qo4; Rao..*!M.GrI.*., Jar Ruth Freeman, .and : 49? I"

tor Rev. Jack Waters and Addfa Smith. DnnrwickC.. M... EI",..Cook. Day. Bch.
family have moved to Lake- H.rold.la".Wlnt..G..... L. E. Howard,Jar. jI. 1 SUPERBRAND FLA. i v.- ALL WHITE Gr. A Fresh

land.Recent A. Bandever, Wanda ..,.TiliivllleLaa : 28-ot. CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 FAMILY' (SAVE 10* PKG.) t
guests of Mr. and : : ; ..
Mrs. D. B. Oriffls and Mrs. E. Rlxto, S.te,1.* Bch. Manna W.Veth, Orianda FAMILY' CREAMS. 39" LARGe r=
Belle Oiddens were Mr. and Norm Hi.gi Fla. Spencer, Orianda'" rj .
Mrs. Lawrence Oiddens and Mn. W.W. Fish, ST.,J.. M... C. Laeey, Orlando 13oz. CRACKIN' GOODANIMAL 2 $1

family of Auburndale and M.......Carlson Dy. Be. Pat H...... Jax, Fla. f 1';. DO Z.
Mr and Mrs. H. M. Olldens: COOKIES. 29EGGS
and L family of Lakeland. Dwight Cumber, Orlando Fraddl*hnson.. U. City : .
Surday afternoon visitors Jarry D. Evan*. Holly Hill Pearly Baxlay,Orlando TWIN-PACK CRACKIN GOOD PLUS 50 FREE STAMPSMt.
of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Oriffls *. Mary Thaabald, Pal'ka Mr. Carl Durdtn, Perry ._ Yw
POTATO CHIPS I 59 fi'r.-t'---' _. l'"l' ,;j, '". .....ir1Ai: fii1WCi:
And Mrs. Belle Oiddens Ruth Groan, 'In. RI... City Luis. Mallory. Day. Bch. ,j. : ; ): "- :wltx: s't. A:r : ; ;

were dens Mr.of Jacksonville.and Mrs. Ellis Old- Marilyn Sheets. Holly Hill E. Falaballa" Jo., Fla.Mrs. !'T' VS-or.. CRACKIN"' GOOD PLUS 25' FREE STAMPS GRADE "A" D & D QUICK FROZEN W-D BROADBREASTED

Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Jeffers C. J. Dillhyon, Jr.,Jax Mary D. Johnson,JaxMrs. '
CHEESE CURLS 491 ALL SIZES 6-20 LBS.
attended. the stock car race L. Dybavlck, Pom. Be. Mr*. Jack Pagonis,Jax ./ .
In Jacksonville: Saturday Janica, Carantar, Vra Bch. B.s.ia Fratr, Dltona 1 11-oz.I CRACKIN' GOOD PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS
night. j M... Roland Brabak.. Jax Doris Wild.. Palatka I
Mr. ana Mrs. John North] CORN CHIPS I 3 9" TURKEY 39 (
and Mrs. Dave Coverdale and Bitty R. Wt. Douglas, Ga. Mary deK. Rodgors' JaxYvenn ry f. J Lb. % t,
son were Sunday dinner Lawis, Day. Bch. Lambert' Eau GalliaMildrad ,

guests in Jacksonville of Mr. .. L Vastal Statosb. Geraldina. Tinar ,... Bch. !!.fL'''' .__*._o_._-== ,_ 'nissm: :. t.
and Mrs. and
family.Mr. Roger North Mabal. Tuckr,Moultria Susan M. McCall, Sanford :j SERVE WITH ((25 FREE STAMPS NO COUPON NEC.) I,

and Mrs. Arthur Car- .fo..O.St.wartSO..te. Mrs. C.Wora, Orlando GEORGIA RED SWEET JUICY 1 PALMETTO FARMS CRANBERRY SALAD
ter of Jacksonville and Mr. R...,..V.Jonas, Day. Bch. Arl.n. H.Jaco,Lonjwood I (
ft1
and Mrs. Doss HIgginbothamall Gearglana L. Ma this. ,Og. P. Lillian Lawson W.CardanJosla i U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF "
enjoyed a fishing trip Mar. III. Harold E. Burr,Ormond Be.Lllla I
Naiworthy,
Saturday tor's Inlet.afternoon at Doc I Williams: Bniaswick Charila E. Murray, U.Cty.: Peachesi, Chucl, oas"1. LB. 48 ,
'
Wednesday afternoon visa August. Bitoa, Ja*. Fla.' Dora M. Mill".., $a..Ga. If\i .'
itors of Mr. an-] Mrs. Drew Mary J. Rodger,Jx ....11.1.! Warrlck Jax I,:
Wilkinson were Mrs. Oney U. S. ,CHOICE W-D BRAND E-Z CARVE t!'
Carol.Gillis, Jar Mrs.J. R.Aspinwall, Dlnsm.Mr .

don Fraser and, Mrs.Mrs.Dessle Beth Mae Richardson RIg-'- *. E.V. Phillips Or. Bch. Mr R. E. Brumbaugh. OH.Mrs. .. U. S. NO.1. REGULAR MRS. FILBERT'S GOLDEN %'% .
and children all of Jack R. H.Waadard., W. P. Wayna Vendaraal.. ..J.. R b Roast LB. 8 8 I
aonvllle. Eunlc R. Ramsy(0... Pk. TATERS 10 L... 49< OLEO ., 4 L... $1 000

Mr. and Mrs. Wadell Nelson THOMPSON WHITE SEEDLESS BLUE BONNET ,isOFT
and Myrna of Fernan- U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS t
dine Beach visited Sunday GRAPES L. 290 OLEO a /f. a a u. 430,! 1 1;

afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. LARGE JUICY PERSIAN 2/-LB. BOX cfoOK:> QUIK CUBED .
d Stea 1 k 9 8"
Drew Wilkinson. I Ro LB.
MUSTANG WINNERS STEAKS U n
Pra-schoo' children enjoyed LIMES oo,. 390! $1.99 I

a trip on Friday of this FRESH GREEN FOR BOILING) ALL FLAVORS MORTON ,
IDA HARDISON LULA BECK W-D BRAND 5-LB. PKG. GROUND U. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF PLATE
week when they visited! the :
Fire Station. Train Station Jacksonville.. Florida' Orlando Florida PEANUTS 2.... 390LBl CREAM .PIES 3/l. j $nfl 99 I-

and enjoyed lunch after- : FRESH FROZEN' SLICEDST'WBERRIES 6-oz.
Park wards In at Jacksonville.the Dallas Thomas ,?..390! OR'GE JUICE 6/$ 1. [- Beef o o S tew LB 29? .

5-LB. BAG FP3ENCH; (FROZEN) I'J
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hlgcjlnbotham "
and sons spent DREAM TRIP 'DINNERS J DANISH RING 690 POTATOES 890,! t REGULAR 69* LB. .
weekend before last In St
Augustine with relatives. COMER H. SMITH FRANK WIECZONK MORTON GERMAN ARTIC CIRCLE 1'4; .LB. WHITE t.j Copeland Sliced Bologna LB. 59;'
Lynn and Angela Waters CHOC. CAKE ACRE PEAS 69z! H(
690
Onnond Beach Fla. Savannah Georgia ,. ; ,
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of Jacksonville were weekend W-D BRAND 2'/a-lb.' BOX PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS REGULAR 39* 12-oz. PKG. FRIED

guests ,here Mrs.of Dorothy their grandmother Wa-- 10-z. PKG. DIXIANA SPECKLED '' Cube Steaks T Fish Cakes 31./ L;


ters.Mr and Mrs. John Waters Butter Beans / REGULAR 69ft. SUNNYLAND SMOKED 12-oi. PKG. TARNOW (REGULAR 49,) t
COLOR TV WINNERS "I/
and son spent Saturday at 9-ot. PKG. DIXIANA FRENCH OR REG. CUT $ 59/ Wieners 39x f fC.
Six Gun Territory near I r Sausage LB '
I .
Ocala. K. YEARLEY JOHN HOLMES Green Beans :?'

!Mrs.\ Dan Parrlsh entertained Gainesville Florida KJ smme! ., Florida 8.oz. PKG. AMERICAN PIMENTO OR
at her home Wednes- J. RIHERD MRS. SAM SNYDER DIXIANA 10-01. PKG.Blackeye. f or I,
day night with a birthday SWISS SLICED CHEESE 39
!
Stark, Florida Wacissa, Florida Peas
supper honoring Mrs. D. J. ..,
Parrlsh and Buddy Brad ZULA ROBERTS JANE WALDGeorgia BALLARD, OR PILLSBURY CANNED 2-LB. CUP SUPERB RAND COTTAGE

shaw Mrs. Parrlsh birthday Tifton Rockltdge, Florida 10-or PKGS. DIXIANA WITH SNAPS 1'1 4/37f/ Cheese 59 .
was on Thursday and Bud- Biscuitsrw. ?
dy's Tuesday. W. M. BROWN NITA STROUD Blackeye Peas I .....
Chris Bradshaw of Jacksonville : : Lee, Florida Jacksonville Florida t. __ ___:_ :: : :: .: :: __ _-.._= .__ -:::::.. :::;ZT."E; : : : .1.

and Mr. and Mrs. ......................aeae.see.......................:..............................*..........................................................................

spent Buddy; the Bradshaw weekend at and Flagler son PICK UP ; EXTRA. I: EX.-R :I, -- EX.-AA. I EX.--RA. :: I P' 1EX.--RA. --R'\.

Beach and Mrs.on D.a fishing J. Parrlsh trip. and Mr. YOURSTEREO 1 I dv!...GRIEN.. STAMPS.wr ;: dvl r.rw..w..rw..rrr GREEN STAMPS 1 i I 7!-...!!.t STAMPS r : I I dx.N GREEN w...._STAMPS wwr : I 4.'!..GREEN_... STAMPS......r I I I ,C R..EEN.,._STAA.... 1/
i'IE
I 2L BOX 7W01 l-ia IX01. 1
family spent Saturday In VIEWER :1 a-L/NO.. TAtVTtt O' ON*. .Ma I .., pitriNaChickens I..., W.O
TWO rK** "''CH' ; CA [ADatO LAMORICHTCheeta J. TWO I MON HILL I i
Flagler Beach with the 29 I Cream Puffs Haddock Steaks 4V. Cake i ,. : 4). ,. Sliced Bacon I Beef Sausage
FOR !J 1 21' :!! : 1. -::. :::::'< 000 THRU JULY 23"OTWSLVS '::-' 0000 THRU JULY 2JMOOta 1 'H"U JON amen j
Bradshaw family. / aaoa THHU.,...JULY... asiio:#14 .000..TMHU...... JULY. gas vie 100 THRU JULY S3RBON 1 .._... .. '' I .. ...... .... I
Patty Parrlsh of Jacksonville THIS WEEK 1 ._.:._........N.N......."......: ......-..........wwxenN..........: ...:........nNrw......mrT..' ..ore..-.::.._...._.........-.. -r-.-r-..!... ....-......N.-r...row..."an." ....-.1I.1.-__..........."-"w"........_..,1
visited Sunday with Mr. ANDSLIDE ; :
and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and I EXTRA EXTRA ,' I EXTRA : EXTRA : EE7QCTiRA
PACKET I I I
family and friends will be 1 dv(.GREEN.rw..STAMPS :I I .1'...GREEN. STAMPS. :: I .17! GREEN.. STAMPS_ : dv(GREEN. ._STAMPS,." : I dx. GREEN; STAMPS I !, ,1
Interested to know Miss Par- "WO [)ERS .. .... .w. I-.EX-.RA. 1
ANY TWO K I 0..4.0. CAN ta-ot JAR OXIPOUTH I t. c..e. ON* ar-Ox CANTA.PLO 1
ris& started her training: at CrtACKiM' aoooCookies I 44V ASTOR. J *TRAWRMYPreserves / all .LICK, 1 air I
Duval Medical Center July a. OF THE WORLD 1.--1: : Black Pepper I .Q/( : ... .'. Dog Food : Spray Starch 1 ."
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I TWELVE PRAnrOEn COUNTY TELEOHAPn. STARKK. FTORmA ... .w. .""' .V '!1. 1-flLAWTEY ,

Fvv..w.r..nm Bailey have returned from
their vocation. It Is Rood 1.1>

\ have them back.
Ur and Mrs R. L.. Bradley FRESH STEWING I '- "
were visiting her brother, H FLORIDA GRADE'A' 'f:
B"nch r4 : ;
By Em /
i L. Smith and family in ALUPrillNUMCNAIR
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CHURCH Jacksonville Sunday. ,
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ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling ( NON-TILT :
Orace Methodist Sunday and family Mrs. Ola I' FOLDING $277 I
School 9:43.: Worship. 11 Starling! and Mrs. L M Mc- ly 1 $3.98 VALUE ) ,
*." m. and 8pm. Prayer Clellan attended! HIP Green '
Circle Monday 9 a. m., MYF Flitch. Groves! reunion in j I 1'IUI I
Wednesday!> 8pm. LPl'sblll'Sun'/! ay. CHAISE LOUNGE
-1
ThP Oscar Carters Richard I
.F11'1t! Baptist SundayS
hool io a. m.. Worship 11 Carters: Jimmie Oaskins.Arth'r ._I 18
a: m. and fl p m.. Training Oaskins Mr and -j I / 5.77
i
Mrs. Frank Sweat Mrs. Paul -
Union 7 p. m. Midweek serv-, @
ices Wednesday 8 p. m. The Dlnklns Jr. and David. Mr. PLEASE
LIMIT 3
guest speaker Sunday wasRev and Mis Tommie Carter SUPERMARKETS PRICtJ GOOD THRJ THI tttt KIND WHOLE d m
M. D. Medeiros of Perry and Mr and Mrs. Donald QUANTITY RIGHTS MJIRVEB =-
He was accompanied by Carter have returned from a SA
Medeiros and their vacation pent together inI I ci IO
Mr!! I i
daughters. the mountains of North Car ''I ARDMORE FARMS 100 StAMPS WitH COUON' ; fULL I LBEl PICG.IRONING CADDY
olina. WALNUT BRANDGOLDEN
Church of Ood Sunday LEAH fRESH g
School 10 a. m. Worship 11 Mr and Mrs. Outhnll and I SWEET CREAM STYLE FOOD lAIR SKINLESS
a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. YFE family have returned to their TOMATO CLOTHES HAMPER
Wednesday! 7:30: p. m. Pray home/ in Bultlmore. Md. after I BElf
er''Martina: Friday 7:30 p. m I i a vlvt with her mother Mrs. GR.' b.\ CLOTHES
DRYER f
Highland! Baptist Sun W. M Peddlsh 1 CORN IRAII'IIS
day School 9:45.: Worship 111 Steve andi:! Bonnie Rosier JJUICE.

a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Prayer and Micky Moore are spend .
meeting Wednesday 7:30.: ing the week at 4-II Campon 16'/ioz' $189
Choir Practice Saturday 7:30: Cherry Lake. I REG. 29t 32oz: DECANTER PACKED BY LIBBY 4 LB Free 200 Green

p.m. MV. and Mrs Bennett attended I LIMit .2 WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER LIMIT -4 WITH FOOD ORDER PK' Stamps
Rev\. and Mrs. Medeirosand ] the funeral of Gene
daughters were dinner Chastlne In Jacksonville! Hel
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick was the son-in-law of Mr EACH
Starling and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs\ II Bennett who
Henry Hodges at the Starling wore residents of Lawtey none

b1rs{ home George Sunday.Robert! has,I Mrs time.. O J. Phillips wns
returned from a tour of the dinner guest of friends: I itJacksonville 1t GREEN tawfON M western! states. She was! ac.( :: on Sunday 1 WIH M [ 1 I
opmpanled by her sister-in-, Mr. and Mrs J. C. Tye and 1 GROUND-BEEF ,
law Mrs. Charles Tatum. Johnny and Pamela have returned -i
Mr. J. M. Wilson of Jack- from a visit! with Mr. ,
sonv'lle is visiting her brother.ln.law Tye's father C. A Tve. In
and sister. Mr. andMs. Kansas City Mo. While there .
B. E. Reddish this they enjoyed the annual I reunion -!
". elc. of the Tye family j BACK AGAIN !
POPULAR DEMAND
RY
Mr. and Mrs. H. Fltzpat- Mr. anl:1 Mrs. Ed May visited .
tick and daughter of Jacksonville their son-in-law] and I SAVE 240 LB
were visiting Mrs. daughter. Mr. and Mrs Carlos
Effie Miner Sunday. l Norman In Oak Hill! ovi

Mr. and Mrs. larry Nor the weekend. CHOICE r
man Mrs. Ola Starling, and Lonny Prescott of Klnss-' I BEEF CHUCK
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Austin lev Lake spent; Sunday with I
and daughter attended the his sisters Mrs. Hattie Dar-I
Oospel singing at the Civic ley and Miss Sinna Prescott, I j-
Auditorium In Jacksonville and attended morning: and

Saturday evening. evening services with them, ,' 1!
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jenkins at Highland Baptist Church. .

and sons of Jacksonville Mr ard Mrs. Ravmnnrl \! V
spent Sunday:! with' Mrs. Jenkin's Bryan and Patricia have returned "-! I
parents Mr. and Mrs. from a vacation in -
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DISCOUNT HEALTH &
O. J. Anders.: A grandson New York' State Connecticut EASY TREAT
Owen; Anders of Palatka. and 1 Massachusetts.. Whiles, BEAUTY AIDS fEATUREIISOPROPYL! ,. _
also visited his grandparentson vlsltliT* In Connecticut !Mr
Sunday. The occasion was I and Mrs Bryan and her' CUT GREEN
the Joint birthday dinner for brother and his wife gave ,I SAVE IK LB U.S. CHOICE
Mr. and Mrs. Anders' birth- Mrs. Bryan's parents a 50th I

days. Mr. and Mrs. BUlls' Anniversary! dinner: The< ALCOHOL BEANS BEEF POT ROAST.......:....... 68t $2,000
Anders and eon joined:! themat were many other New: England ; PEACH PIE
dinner. I relatives in attendance
I *
Rev. and Mrs. Ernest L. 160 6TL. 29C EACH ]16oz CANS SAVE 20t LB U.S.. CHOICE DOUBLE

ELSEWHERE! ISt. EACH, "VALUE! ROUND' BONE. ROAST......<.!>.78t: arB SURPRIZE WINNER'HARRY PART'


I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED SAVE 2U LB U.S. CHOICE FRESH BAKED 3g A.. I
a"
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY BONELESS POT ROAST... 78t REG. 49C C .WHITLEYHolly

Hill I ',
R"'fEftTJON' NEWS I I'The Sunday with Sunday School I SAVE 3K lB' U. S.. CHOICE BONELESS MARSHMALLOW COCONUT TOPPED Florida

.first Midget< Softball at 10 a. m. Miming service ,' SNOWBALLS. .......r.K.6...:/....39C(
game was played Thursday 11 a. m. E"enlns wrvlce .N SHOULDER STEAK
between Reno and Lincoln 1 p. m. The Junior Choir will "LLlI 1i: IIlIIIIIlIhIl ............... .98t
City at the Reno Playground render music
Reno won by a score of 16- Officers and members are I : ( R
I __ SUMMER SPEciAL
5N. Easley. C. Williams asked to accompany the pastor l lmtsFianarv CLEANUP ,
and A. Griffin played an to Lawtev to render! s A i
outstanding game. :: service at Mmm f
r' QUICK FROZEN LEAN
These games will be held"each Zion after RTvlr-Ps Rimtlanltcht ? TENDER CLIP
Thursday at 4 p. m., The Senior Choir i, I IafkM
and boys or girls age 8 to 16 to sine for this service I HEINZ FLORIDA PACKED IAMB CHOPSTOMATO auras
who would like to participate Weekly activities! as follows -

/ are urged to register at : Prayer Meeting each' aO.N.llI. D.l.N d..N w.alL D..l.. ," I
the Recreation Center dally Thursday night nt 7'30. Sen STANDARDTOMATOES VI
,frpm 4 to 8:30: p. m. for Choir rehearsal: each fii.' I Toe u
'. There are many types of and third Tuesiav! n'Khts' I 49
games for the fntertalnmen' Junior Church members ar 18 I
of. the. youth. Come out and:! asked 1 to meet Friday at 5 Prn soUP t PmN N[,art
I .u r. wnur
enloy all activities. Business of vital importance .
', Mr. Jackson Is very please-1 16oz CANS m
10'/20Z CANS.REG. 3/351/ REG 2/27/ *
for
over the conduct and at- P''.,ns are belnor made .
; Jtendance at the center and A Queen of the Day contest LIMIT .4 WITH FOOD ORDER LIMIT .4 WITH FOOD ORDER ,. PLUNROsPRI-COOKED.PE-SHRUNK' J.I.. ,ode Jw''.. .
the playgrounds. Sunday Aug :28! : .
on on I BACON.N. 1OA
Parents are encouraged to NOTICE: The Jim Walt.-' .. CANNED ...s69' : '" l

continue: cooperating with Corporation has a nlre 2- LATE '104 LI. P.5.8.SLICED (5..J Nan __
the program to make it a bedroom house in Lnwtey for, DASH
I Take 301 BOLOGNA. ------------
success. !ale: Directions: DETERGENT ...,.S9 ( --N
,OES NOTICE to LA wtey. turn right on 2:1'I: i ito I I -- ;
"All Dell to 2nd road: turn Hunt [ KCAKSTONE'S I y- ,r-q l
members of Chapter
M. three-tenths mill turn I = ...... ".-_' J .,
XTRA
168 are asked to meet io @ .SOUR CREAM PST j
] PKG. 59 ..... .... .39eSAVI
.Thursday night July 21. at left: 1st house on rl balance likelent COWMM MO.nm-*M r J
S'-p. m. in the Masonic Hall *50 down and : 10, POOO PAIM PROZIN clip IZ% !
,fin Brownlee 8t Business of Call 388-0181. JJ.ck.i i CUBE u ioJC .: I Food Lk. Pk9.Fair Frank :.

vital importance; Rev '.onvllle. Fla.Oronter .Bethlehem] FreeWill COMET STEAKS...............69t. ._-_.-_r-_'_-.......-................._--_-_...2S'

JDarncn. Dell WP: sister Al- will ob- [ CLEANSER COOK QUIK BACON WHAPPCO FPIOZIM s.. _-_________7-27-66__ --
IDa B Bacon WM. Baptist Church : ':. '.ox'I
,7': -ciiunciK. NEWS erve Its 10th annual Wornen's '- j "I i rOUTNERNMADtMr CHOPPED SIRLOIN :!.69C : __I i

:i jyill, (Cheater Baptist Bethlehem Church Free will July 24 Day, with stirtlnst Sunday Sunday School :I I t ..,.. QUICK GRITS..........I..LI....O.....1110.2123.................. 2 '"LASH'IIIOIIf' :I PRH BXTR* __-_..........-...-. ,1 I

...hold its 10th annual Women's at 9:45: a.m. Morning:: Worship GOOD fln: ) 21ox 39 LARGE SHRIMP. 1. cox 89* I MERCHANTS.GREEN STAMPS I i
11 am. with Mrs Ol VIENNA SAUSAGEdNCANRl", 10.1 .. ...... *"M txt|CO OM**
no.
Day starting .
program lie B Miles of Gainesville a-- I ...... CANS : | B' CULf'ACIIOSOL .
wJth Sunday School at 9:43a :
speaker. Dinner 0 nth e PLAT CAN "'- .) _.*_ Fly & lnt" t Bomb_)...7U,
'perintendent.:, m. Mrs. Annie Teachers Wright su are grounds at 1-30: p.m. Eveningworship bY!: I OIL SARDINES............... ... ;??!!........10 "wrrar.Ttsrr .::::::.ft.ft..M:::::::!:- -""-----:
will be conducted 1 -

t ''liS Jenkins.followr.l188"Class: }Kb. 1: Mrs Francis E. Rev congregation: O G. McArthur from Newberry and ht'' DIMES PORK & BEANS..........,!.":.GANI;. .........10 YOUR CHOICE! POTATOES I: II! I _.__ J:

O.- Walker Class No.2: Mrs. I 1 :
j
Weekly scheduleMonda: : ree[ exrRA
Iola Jeretha Morris.DeSue.'Class Class No. 3 No.4: Miss: night. Choir No. 1 and:! 2 re- I "' SWITCH CAT FOOD.........TALLCAN..... .........10 U.S. no. 1 WHITE IRISH i IMERCHAHTSGREENSTANavs!. ,! :
COFFEE W w.N. NM nM NMWcxrr
f
I hearsal. Tuesday night-sto : :

No.Miss 8;Gloria. MLss Betty Cummings Crum Class secretary I:i Hour.General Wednesday Prayer Mtht Meet It'-" A REPOTTED MEA NNNNNUUUU LVU'S.. 3.......CAN........ I IO :..y-W'NY..._....."II.BAYER.......Of"'.lOG.ASPIRIt4.._.._. _Vli.:
aG0SRAND --------.7-2766------
Ladles
night Ci'
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Thursday -
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Morning service will be''I cle will meet with Mrs I e11- ;:s TOMATO SAUCE...........:::...............10' FOOD 18 t
held at 11 a. m. with Miss sdy Friday night Prayer 00...;: FAIR -----u-----u--J-;; ;I
Estelle Singleton as mistress] will meet with Mrs Al I. ','R. ., '. GOGONIIICK P'C ....._,
Band ; : MASHED POTATOES. INSTANT.Sn' __ ,
59 _
6f ceremonies. Speaker forth : len. I ; IB CAN BAG I .... .. :.--- .

I .'- morning will! be Mrs M. J. Scloum and Miss Emma I '. 'OOO""III.S.'KCI L MERCHANTS:.. ..GR .[ STAMPS.
'!.: "..., SWEET LUSCIOUS GEORGIAPEACHES : .! .COW0.4MonrtCIM. l.. .
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Ollie Miles First Baptist Jean D n111 exchange: .... :: FROZEN WAFFLES..10, 4 O.. Jo, .
Church Gainesville. Lunch vow In the church at 1-43: p. \ 3 Lbs 29c' HI5C". .
will be served at 1:30.: m. Sunday. They are empeps !''''- I LEMON OR LIMEADE .LIIIV'IIOUN.. IIICI 7/100 E.... ..' ,. In/rnr I !,.Ca4f.:: !..<<...7...:
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Hendsley of FOR BOILING ------ .7-21.66------(
Mable
f MM. at Northeastern Vent ilHorpital i { : .__________-_ ..
)Kewbcrry> will speak'at the in Macelenny -. I' ,,,11I PIIOzrlf,10.. 'KG FYNETASTE c GREEN PEANUTS 19.I. :
L. ....
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J 3''. m. service. Deacon L. C. McCutch, reporter $..- SPINACH.......CHOP'ID..........OR...LI"....".;...IIIG.1.00...:........... ,! 55 I : /=' J?:

The public, Is Invite:! to : Rev. Louis McKiy,. : / FANCY. YELLOW GLOBE:, I : rR[[ axTRA : ::. :=: I i
f00D' "
fR07IN

f\ day.help -make:- Rev this, Louis a successful, McKay/ pastor I ':..;.. ..1 rJ FRENCH. -- fRIES. N/IM,..u.NNNO..uup, :. [- ..N 10'.. l'" ,, II IAS ONIONS ..3. lAG L8 39 : MElCHA: .W.1M'. IMt GRIM tlM<*0 M STAMPS IMUMII m ?
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I pastor; Mrs Gladys] Blye. TilE RIGHT( POINT for the fr THOMPSON SEEDLESS \, 1 g '..d hit $".J H.. Dot Or {..
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