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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 28, 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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: VOLUME EICillTY-ElGHT STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY .U'LV 28 1 19f1 NUMBER FIVE I II
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I License Fee I $165,000 SoughtFor I

Would You Believe .



Refund Due An Election TuesdayBelieve I ImprovementsAt



,t.. On CompactsPartial It or not-next Tuesday'' In. election day.A .
Club
.' special election that In. to nuinc- u successor. to Country

refund of license tag the late Judge \Va-lluce. !Sturgl' of the) !let District Courtof
i. fees for the .post three years Appeal. I

is now due owners of compactcars The First District I III comprised. of 37 Florida. comities I I 18-Hole Course
weighing less than 2,000
pounds under a recent Leon of which Bradford Is one. I School Budget Is Proposed

I.i I. County circuit court ruling1. Announced candidates for the post. are. Judge :Martin Addition

i Automobile tag refunds of Sack of Jacksonville., who wait appointed' liy Oover-

2.70 per year will be due nor Burnt. to. fill Stiirirlw'. unexplreil' term, and Hum I Set
the Hearing Members of the Starke t
owners of such cars who 4 4i
obtain an application in the Speotor. Tallahassee attorney( and furllwr.I..t""t Attorney Golf and Country Club

,, Office of Bradford Tax Collec- General of Florida.. voted last Thursday nightto

tor J. R. Kelly. The applications Voting will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday Tonight 7 P.M. apply for a $165,000loan

are to be mailed .to the In the county' usual. polling place.. from the Farmers

ofUce of State ComptrollerFred The County Commission. postpone. Its regularmeeting I A public Bradford's Home Administration to:
Dickinson and the refunds hearing on
until 3, but the School' Hoard. to -Construct another nine
August plunn
A "modern new apartment"l'Omplt'x Identical to the one .shown above IniainoHvllle will come from there. proposed J2.5 million
holes
( I I..* being*erected In Starke Just. north of Bradford High School nt The applications are 'being meet at its regular time Tuemluy.. I school budget for 1966-67 in -Install at the golf Irrigation course; and I
scheduled tonight. Thursday, t tI.
mailed to
a Bust of $05.00O by a Gainesville firm. Completion date U. late Septemberor Kelly from Tallahassee drainage on the entire 18 holes -
28 at 7
July In the
this week. They shouldbe p. m. ; I
early October.Apartment. addressed to HonorableFred School Board offices In, the I. ;
-Construct two tennis*
O. Dickinson Jr. courthouse.The .
Comp- Comptroller
By
courts;
troller of Florida Carlton proposed budget already
Set i Enclose the patio between
Complex Building: Tallahassee, Florida. tentatively adopted by
the club house
and
The individual applicant, the School Board, includes a pool for
should include on the application 1966 Tax Roll $1,371,189 operating budget youth and recreation activities'
his automobile license by far the 'biggest Item in the family room;

Here By Gainesville FirmConstruction j tag number and. registrationfor spending bill.! debtedness.It Refinance. the present in.
each year in which he Is MUlaga required to finance
the new .budget Is 8.8, ,2 was explained that pay-
up
applying for a refund. An applicant -
Is .
ApprovedApproval ments on the loan from the
asking a refund for all mills over 1965-66.
beg-an Tuesdayon what Architect David Reaves other area In Starke. Bradford's million-dollar- Farmer Home Administration -
three could receive
a $65,000( eight unit apartment principal owner of the company Contractor: for the Job laAdkinaon much as years$8.10. as school building program which Hal Lawson if granted, would be
complex to go up just ,terms "young modern Construction Co. of spread over a period of 40
of) Bradford County's $54.6 million 1966 affects almost every school in Former BUS Track Star
The decision, to give refunds and would ,bear six J
north of Bradford High Schoolat casual living Gainesville and the complex years percent
the county Is the main reason
tax roll State Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson was 'I i
the corner of McMahon Owners of the developing will ,be under the managementof was handed down aftera by Interest There would be
the huge budget.
for
Street and Washington Ave- company are Reaves Ernest Ernest Tew Realty Inc., Tallahassee housewife :Mary announced last Friday, July 22 in a release from Supt. Tom Casey and the I no payments. to make duringthe

nue.A Tew, and Ralph Glaeser, all of also of Gainesville. Reaves Mahomer appealed on the Tallahassee. School Board will ,be on hand Accident Kills first year of the. loan.
Gainesville firm Is going Gainesville. Reaves Indicated said Monday his firm will use grounds that her Volkswagendid Tax Assessor Gene Long's I telegraph assessments for 1966 to answer any questions or Advocates. of the FHA loan
ahead with the first phase, Monday that. if the first phase local labor on the project almost not come under the "D" roll was one of 20 in the state of $2,128,950. That is. an hear any suggestions or criticisms said this would ,be a better
two .buildings or eight apartments of the complex bt a success totally if possible. license,, tag series because, it adjudged by the comptroller's $8,40O Increase over 1963's any person might have. Hal Lawson 20 financial set-up than at the .
1-01 of what. they hope will his firm will add another eight Completion date set for the weighed less than the mini- office to comply with the 2120550. During 1965 a com- present time when .the club Ii i
f' develop into a 16 unit four units to this complex and then first phase, eight units, is late mum 2,000 pounds for that Florida Supreme Court's' orderto plete new depot was constructed is paying $500 a month into a
I, building village type living will "very definitely: consider" September or early October. series. Judge Hugh M. Taylor assess at true cash value. in Starke. Gainesville Airport While On Job sinking fund for the retirement -

complex. Each apartment will additional complexes In an- All' apartments will be fully circuit judge In Leon County Some counties, Including adjoining The 1966 value of $54 6 million Ruled Out For of $69OOO outstanding
have a living. and dining area, furnished. in walnut Danish ruled that such automobiles Clay may now face a on the bond Issue. ThIs pay- \.
with should not be .totally exempt set on Bradford propertyIs Junior CollegeThe merit would increase in 1907
foyer, kitchen bedroom Modern styling complete with complete re-evaluation to meet
I walkin clo et, and bath. drapes rugs and pictures. from, paying license fees but the full cash value edict ordered nearly eight times the I Hal Thomas Lawson 20- to $1,20O a month, which. .I I
Rainfall value when Assessor Starke resident -\
Aug. due refund $6,964,172 Aviation year-old former
were a partial I Federal
Each unit also will have a They will ,be all electric with by the court.Nonexempt : would be difficult to handle.
since did not under Long took office\ in 1952 favor of was killed in an accident
they come Agency does not use said.Payments.
'
330 foot ter lit wee .
square private heat 'pumps for winter heating ,property' in $4,452 I ,
Is 2.77 Inches the. "D" category A mill then was worth Gainesville Municipal early Tuesday morning whileon
race for outdoor living besides : and summer air conditioning Bradford totals 141,251,450 on to $39,000, thisyear. land at the on the FHA ,loan< \,
the OSO: square feet of apace and will Include a water Long's new roil. Ninety-five compared over Airport for the new the Jot at Occidental would be much smaller due to
in tha JlIBlde ; Ident ". ,. MAYOR'S COURTPOSTPONJ.U Santa Fe River Junior Col- Corporation of Florida phosphate a 4O-year'per
livingjarea Aver.ge rainfall lathe county beater.ranga.J hood. .refrigera per cent of .that amount, which spreading over
TUESDAY Counties 'with approved assessment mine White
tics owned by the lege to serve Alachua and near
apartments : last week July 18-24, was tor, and exhaust fans. the school board and county iod.W.
firm in Gainesville rent for The apartments may be commission are allowed to rolls are: Polk Baker Bradford Counties.The Spring's. F. Glenn Jr., club presI-
2.77 inches an Inch more than City Court was not held Bradford, Broward, Charlotte the nigh
$100 month. All are one Gainesville City Commission Woa-klng on dent Hold that an 18-Jiola
per rented unfurnished if lea>Iedprior' 'r budget is $39,188,800, makinga
the previous week according absence
aimed at Tuesday due ''to the Collier Dade Dixie, had asked the FAA shift. Lawson was course would attract more
bedroom apartments to completion. I' mill worth $39,188 tax dollars -
to the report of tne Florida
from the city of Mayor Randal Lafayette,
Gadsden Hendry
in 1966, $1,477 from If it would agree to a dona- dead at 5 a. m. Details players than the present nineholes
Forest Service. Chitty who la attending a up Liberty Nassau Orange, Sarasota accident are unknown "With 18 holes( we
125
SCHOOL BUDGET J37.711 In 1963.. tion of from 100 to acres found//
The Loula HIM Tower at two-week Ordnance Officers I Suwannee Union Washington
witnesses would
college there were no undoubtedly get a good
HEARING TONIGIIT of land as a Junior
The total tax roll Is $2
Lawtey recorded 3.3 inches up and DeSoto.
2 ChargedIn School at Aberdeen Proving site. Occidental safety play from Jacksonville andGainesville
million over 1965's $$2.6 mil
during the week the New Ground Md. Chitty is n ma- "
A public: hearing on the This FAA replied that it Roger Phophet said _Glenn 0ald.
RIver Tower 2.6 inches and 'proposed budget for BradfordCounty Jor in -the National Guard lion.Just FRIENDS OF LIBRARY, would not be in favor due to had somehow been caught in He pointed out that the I
AccidentClarence the Santa Fa Tower 2.4 inches. schools for the fiscal Also\ attending the school Is received Tuesday by noise from jet aircraft and a conveyor belt and fatally club now has. a total of 82: I
No fires were reported as year 1966-67 will be held tonight Capt./ Drew Reddish. Assessor Long nearly three A meeting of the Fliend.sof the future need for Industrial injured. golfing members, the highestnumber
the cloudy skies and damp I Thursday! at 7 p. m. The next term of Mayor's I months late, from the State tne Library will be held at sites near the airport 'Lawson had recently returned sInce Its organization(
Wayne Stewart. weather held them down. In the School Board office I Court Is set for August 9. Railroad Assessment Board/ : 4:15: p. m. Monday. Aug. 1 plant from eight weeks of "We had a good year and

Route 2. Starke and David I I was Bradford's railroad and at the public library. r'active duty with the National things are definitely looking up
for the club" Glenn said.
Lloyd Crawford Lawtey. will Guard at Fort Gordon Oa.
he trained In elec All officers of the club' wereeelected
where was
face August charges 9 in as mayor's a result courton of\ 3 Draw Jai] Terms For ViolationsEmphasizing ironies He had held the job for another yefr as

an accident! on West Mad- Flagrant Speeding with Occidental about two follows president: ; W. Bill F. Glenn l!)pps., vice Jr.,
weeks.A .
ison St. Monday afternoon. ... -
'-' president; Drew Reddish, secretary -
Bradford
of -
J 1964 graduate
According to the police report -
a pick-up truck being again and) quick to back Judge Yawnup. A fourth person Jalled'Danl'l several others, that a repeti- and given 30 days to make Daniel Doyle Starling, l County High School ; and Jewitt Fogg,

driven into town by Stewart again that Bradford highways Roosevelt Knowles. tion of the offense would result lestltutloii. I I spedlng $25 or three days. Lawson was an outstandingtrack treasurer,
failed to make the curve on will not be allowed) to oecome "We haven't had a serious [ pleaded guilty to driving\ in a jail term. Christine Grace Jasmund, William Detorla Brown, athlete and later attended Guy Andrews term was elected the board to
a two-year on
death traps. Judge: T. accident the falluie to summons, following too closely and River JunIor
W. Madison at the light County In months. and while his license had been Caws transferred to answer St Johns .
of while Charles
plant, and slid 275 feet, colliding A. Yawn J jailed three persons!, there's the reason for It."" one I suspended received a 10 days trial docket when not guilty $15. causing an accident $50 or College. His marriage to directors Pierce Harry -
Sawyer,
George
.
,n with a parked 1963 for flagrant violations of Flip trooper said pointing to''I jail term mandatory under pleas were entered were: John Joseph Cleplela, drivIng five days.Otis the former Penelope Susan Hatcher and Carl Minx
Chevrolet Impala belongingto state speed laws In Plea Day the Judge. The trooper state law for conviction of Frances A. :Birth contributing while Intoxicated license Daniel Whitehead Corey of Lake City took place were re-elected to the board.

Edgar G. Akrldge. proceedings Tuesday pointed out that the death I that offense. to the delinquency of a revoked for 90 days and a speeding, $25 or three days. less than two weeks ago on' Holdover ,.board members are

The Chevrolet unoccupied Two of the speeders Glenn toll on Bradford highways Another driver, Karen Ly- minor. fine of $150 or 60 days In Arrest warrents were order- July 19.Beside. Randal Chitty Ben Moxley,
Edwin Miller of Jacksonville unofficially Is 1.6 million !- nette Melson Eugene Elllls, driv- ed on several defendants who his wife he la sur-
at the time was pushed several per was fined $100or Jessie! jail.William I Col. J. A. Griffin. :, and Dr. Harry
feet until stopped by a and Charles Robert Osteen. miles of travel. That'3 I three days In jail for traveling I ing while his license was revoked Herbert Holz failed to answer the court'ssummons. vived by a stepson. Troy six Cruen.

guide wire on a city utility a student at the Universityof less than a third of the na at 83 mph. She was and driving while In- speeding, $50 or five days. months old; his parents Mr. Trophies were awarded to

pole. Damage to the Chevrolet Florida pleaded guilty to: tional average of 56. warned by the Judge as were toxicated. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson of Harold Bishop HI, club chamMonmhip -

was estimated at $1.000. traveling 90 mph and were ,_____ u___________ May Palmer Chitty allowing Starke: two sisters, Mrs. Al-I I ; Marlon Elder, most
and to the truck $500. sentenced to three days in an authorized personto "'II III I ese Louise Harding Odenton. Improved golfer; andV., J.
Both Stewart and Craw- the county jail. A third. drive. Md.: and Mrs. Patricia Sue I Epperson, sportsmanship.
ford were hospitalized for Julius Steven Kowatch. Harold Norman of Starke. t M I Crawford Starke; and hU

\ treatment of their Injuries pleaded. guilty to going 85 assault and battery. ; AI ''' maternal grandfather. N. N. Snake Bite
mph on SR-227 a narrow' assault and I 'yyar'r, Strln'jfellow. Dothan Ala.
Stevart was charged with ry s sr Eddie Rlsby. ... ; I
failure to have vehicle under two-iane road.Kowatch I battery. : :"J' "1 Funeral services were held Victim IsRecovering
and in said he had been Marshall Floyd petty lar- .J/Ir I at 10 a. m. Thursday In Our
control: voluntary I
toxication. Crawford was hurrying to work at the 3E!: Redeemer Lutheran Church
charged with voluntary In- plant in Hague but the\ $ ceny.Maurice George Medllcok, 4 r I Lake City. Burial was In Memorial -
toxication. judge noted that the offense driving while Intoxicated. Cemetery Lake City
took place at 6:30: a. m. In William F. Loper who | with Wilson Funeral Home Mark Luke 34, of Route 1,
rainy weather and then im Starke Is reported In satisfactory
pleaded guilty to petty larceny In charge of arrangements.
VOTE posed a three-day jail sen- on March 24 and who 'Y condition at Bradford
tence. The Judge allowed; Os had been under a pre-sen- dl County Hospital after having
Election teen Kowatch to Presidential been bitten by a rattlesnake
Special I and serve tence Investigation, senten- MUSTANG 0
j Sunday afternoon.
their time on weekends. Y Yr ced to one year's probation.
FREE TP Campaign Lore Luke and his brother J. W.,
Tuesday, August 2 I Some typical exchanges In Ronald Edward Davis,

District Judge the courtroom were: speeding $50 or five days. SA' OPT i Given SocietyAn were the Lloyd running Green their pasture doga near In.

"Why were you traveling r r Bobby McLeod, speeding;, the vicinity of the Markaleo
Court of Appeal that fast," Judge Yawn ask- $20 or three days. T0 PT interesting talk on presidential Starling road when Mark
ed? Gordon Lafayette Johnson. : election campaignsfrom
bit-
saw the snake, but wall
"I have a reasonable excuse Improper change of lane $35or Woodrow Wilson ten on the leg above his boot.

SirI: was worry In? five days. through Lyndon Johnson was before he could move out of
VacationBible about a math test! and was Andrew Columbus Car- before the Bradford the He said that the
Y S given way.
School not paying attention ." Their; Private OfficeTax ter, Improper passing $35 or .i- '/ d Historical Society !snake did not rattle.
"What difference would ', County
.'
I five days. The bitten: man cut his leg
that make to some Innocent I AIIIIor Gene Long and Tax. Collector J. R. Kelly are John} William Cecil Pad- Monday night by Mrs. Leon- to let the poison escape and
Grace Methodist/' Church ''I victim of your carelessness?" I' pictured conferring la what they' .sometimes refer to an their I gett Improper muffler $25 or --.tA+7 ard F. Smith Jr.., head of applied his belt as a tourni

Lawtey Or: "private office" In the hallway of the Bradford ((County rourthuUH .. three days.Bernard Things Coming Up Rosy the social studies departmentof quet. His brother helped him
August 2-12 : "1 didn't realize I was going : Emory DeMuth, Pnxton! High School In into their truck ,but. hit a
that fast." He was cited the out, damaging -
speeding $50 or five days. stump on way
Both Long and Kelly' hut moved "odd. For Rose West Florida.
recently excess' '
80 the front end it
for going mph. so
9 Till l II l A.M.I.J Sidney Charles Stelnharter -
"Wny? Weren't you in *.nd end.*" from their office Into the hallway due to lack of i iI failure to have vehicle Mrs. Smith who Is the would not run.

I charge of the vehicle?" the adequate! space. I under control $35 or five :\11'.'. Hone Tonillnxirtt' of Route 2, Sturke, IK looking at tile daughter of Mrs. R J. Davis J.V.. ran to the nearby

J Judge pointedly inquired. I Clerk of the Court Charles Darby said he would start' days. world through rose colored glu"ie" these day. after being one of Starke was Introduced by home of E. D. Norman and

This Space Contributed I "Just stupidity" anotherman moving several article, Including/ a book c..e.. helves, and Larry George Reddish of the top SI.000 winner In \\lnn-DUIe' weekly "Lucky Starke librarian Mrs. Bess got Mr. Norman to carry the
bitten man to< the hospital
Weekly to .Publicize answered when asked other "non-critical" Item Into the hallway after he returns. speed too fast for road conditions BlnJ{"" content. Burns. where he received emergency

Community Events by why he was going 80 mph. from vacation. I $35 or three days. The check for *1,000vn. presented. to \Irs! Tomllnxon. The membership voted not treatment and a blood trans

Considering that It ,cost him Apparently, the three office holder. see no new courthouse I Nick Oriffls, two charges last Friday by Ernest. Phillips, local. \Vtnn-Dlxl manager to meet during August and fusion.
$50 or five days in Jail, the
The I of driving without license
CommunityState answer was. probably correct. |In the Immediate future 1 I $25 fine on, each. Mrw. ToinlliiHun, who work behind the fountain at Andrew set the next meeting1 date for CEMETERY WORKING

Bank I Deputy Sheriffs and highway "Looks like It might boo at leant. a year before we're able Lawrence Bell two charges Drug, says .she Mill UH, the money first "to payoff Monday Sept. 19 in the library A working day to set for

patrolmen who patrol to move In," one of them commented "so we might' a. well of issuing worthless checks, some of what I o"eo' .and after that the might Indulge in a at 7:30.: Friday August 5, at Dyal

!I Bradford's highway are use the hall space for the time being." fined. $12.50 costs on each new washing' machine. Cemetery.

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Mr. and Mrs. T H. Slade Mr. and Mrs M. L. Boone Mr. and Mrs. David Black Mr. and Mn. W. O Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Clancy I I I' .5 U'1'e'I'lo\
and Mrs. W. S. Slade visited and children of Portland and daughter. Chilstene. and and children of Chagrin Wright' and daughter. Peggy. Nrtri' ': ri HI'11\nll"i'

Evelyn Sinclair at Camp Ote are visiting their uncle Mrs M. L. Black of Provo. Falls, Ohio, will arrive Sun- of Fort Myers were Monday I < ',", , e Chattooga. Tallulah Falls, and aunt Mr. and Mrs. V Utah are guests this week of day for two weeks vacation dinner guests of Mr and I "4" oJ It I ''MLI
last Friday for several 'IJ.. ", I "', ,.,..p<' fcjI"
Ga on Visitor's Day R. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- with their mothers Mrs. Mrs. N. L. Woodburn. Peggy II ,
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-----. -.- Evelyn 'WOn second place weeks wards Bertha Pearce and Mrs. Eve remained as guest of Candy I.I !"l ., "II' I I.,,. I .'. <' '
In her division in diving and Darlene Hobbs Is visiting .Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. Godwin and their familes. Woodburn for several days. I I All'' "l I I. I KB!( Him Uf
GLADYS MOOTY second place In the tennis her brother-in-law and slater Clyd Sinclair attended:! the Chief and Mrs, Lyle Anderson Miss Suzanne: Santarelli of I IHunnelstown I IJ'I' i ,lilurll,. '. wlhi" >" i..I.II
,
Phone 96 -D6&J. match. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm funeral of Mrs. Ethel King : and family of Virginia Pa. is visiting I I (1 i i ""Id'I' .v I!, i, ,ild IllinoinmlHiilon )
------ Mr. and Mrs. H K Davis McInnis In St. Petersburg Hurst In Thomaston Oa. on Beach, Va aie spending her uncle and' : aunt Mr, and' Ulv'iiuun of DittJbiift
I were vacationing in the for two weeks. Her patents, Saturday I .a week with his mother Mrs. Fred Oraudon and; fam- sum. ". flb" Unlll
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox Mr and Mrs. J. T. Lawson Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains Mr And Mrs. J. C Hobbs, Mrs. Sarah Barton of At- Mrs. Alice Anderson. ily for two weeks. F: All uTiaiM', Tall'f' "n'1. t v\' 'UK'' .n1,,I HB12
and: daughter, Dorothy, and attended the funeral of a last week. took her there and:! spent the lanta. Oa. spent last week Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- Mr. and Mrs. A. F Garner 'Itiillih, n Kill?I
Eddie O'Conner of Fort brother-In-law M. L. Kelly Mrs Roy Chasteen of Key- weekend and also visited Mr. with her son-in-law and dale have had as guests Mr. have had as guests Mr and Exu-'UtlV\ Din",'KM
:lAudsrdale,,: were weekend in Dothan, Ala Tuesday stone Heights mother of J and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs in daughter. Lt. Col. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Burdeshaw and Mrs Donald Pepper of Roanoke un, "
Quests of Mr. and Mrs. JVed morning.. R. Chasteen Jr. of Starke.. Is Homosassa: Springs. H. M Hatcher Jr. Mrs. L. N. family of Okeechobeg several Rapids, N C. this week .
Guy at Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Lamb and confined In the Putnam Me- Miss: Phyllis Jones of Batavia Pickering gave a coffee on days last week Mrs. Eugene and Mr and Mrs W. L. HarI, Fliuttlo Not okTELF.OUAPII. $2.50 ai
Wilcox and Miss Wilcox remained daughter, and Jaok Fried- morial Hospital in Palatka 111. spent the first of Wednesday of last week honoring Bowden of Okeechobee last rla of Venice over the week- .
until Wednesday man and Fred Browning of: Following a heart attack last the week with her cousins.Mr. : Mrs. Barton with 24 Thursday:: and Mrs. W. B.
Mrs. C. L. Cooper and Mr Gainesville spent Sunday!! to Friday night and Mrs. C. R. Seoggtns guests calling during: the Taylor and Mrs. Lucy Ebel end.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Johns ..
and Mrs. Harold Branhom Wednesday at Daytona Dr. and Mrs Barney Mc- and family morning. of Jacksonville on Saturdayand were in New Orleans, La. last
were visiting Mr. and Mrs\ each and visited Ponce de- Rae Jr. and sons of Lake Mrs. Nora Thomison and} Mr and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sunday. week where Mrs. Johns went ; '- .
Donald Cooper In Cocoa on I Leon Springs on Wednesday City have spent the past two Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons and Mrs. W. ,S, Slade returned Mr. and Mrs. Hush Lewis through the Oschner Clinic f. \
Saturday. and Sunday Ray afUlnoon. weeks at the Townsend cottage are vacationing: for six weeksin last Friday after aweec.1 and family of Bells Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jack- I ... ,0... ..',"..' 0
Cooper returned with his Mr. and Mr*. Dewayne Mc- on Kingsley Lake Pine Mountain. Ga '! vacation at Magpie/ !(! were guests of Dr. and Mrs. son Jr. have returned from a
grandmother, Mrs. Cooper, Rae of Jacksonville were Mrs. F. F. stump and Mrs. Mrs!! W O. Stringfellow Valley N. C. H. H. Adams during the week's vacation in South Martha Susan RitchIs eits,
for a week's visit. Sunday dinner guests of her John W. Griffin will! spend and Mrs. Inman Green and:! Beth Phillips accompaniedher weekend. Florida.
To
BUI SCott and sons. Missionaries patents Mr. and Mrs. George the weekend In FrankllntonLa. daughter spent the weekend grandpaients. Mr. and: Mrs: Richard Richards and Mrs: George Flynn Jr. and Engaged

of the Christian lI\llldns.\ !: and attended the wedding: with Mr. .and Mrs. Homer__ Mrs. Ted Connell. back to daughter, Carol spent the children! and William Scog- James R. Beeler Jr.
Church, were Sunday dinner Mrs. L. C. Adams spent the of their grandson and nephew. Brown in ureeniuve- u. their home In Chattanooga weekend with Dr and Mrs gins are visiting Mr. and
guests/ of Mr. and Mrs: Char- weekend In Daytona Beach William! : Frederick Thomson. Springs Tenn. for three weeks visit.T Donald Schank in Gainesville Mrs. J. Huston McClane In Mrs Grace Ritch announres ;i lik
lie Cawen.:: Mr. Scott and with her mother, Mrs. Lucy to Ruth Ann Wallace on Mr. Jock Griffis Sr. will H. Slade underwent surgery and attended the play Atlanta da. from Tuesday ta:: the engagement and approaching !;
family will return to the Major. Sunday afternoon. move to her former home In Monday In St. Vincent's "Fantastlcks" and the Plo Sunday marriage of net n
:Barbados Island Irt the near Fvt. Marc Jackson of Fort Mr and Mrs. William L. LeesljurK1! on Friday. Hospital. neer Day celebration at theL. Mrs. J. C. Fogg and two daug'iter: Martha Susan ti, i'for
future. I I Benning Ga is home on two Harrison and family of Way- Mrs> Robert Barkley of Steve Denmark Is home D. S. University Center children will return next James R. Beeler Jr. son ol .tithe
Pvt. Donnie 'Bagwell left i weeks leave of absence. cross Ga. spent the weekend Jacksonville was visiting from summer school at Gor- Nancy Clark of Eau Gallic week after a month's visit Mr. and Mrs. James R. Beel
last Thursday for Aberdeen< Mrs. A. W. Anderson( Sr. with Mr. and Mrs A. 3 Harrison Mrs. W O. Stringfellow don Military College Is visiting her aunt Mrs. C. with her mother. Mrs. Lee er Sr. of Keystone Heights M r& CAF7li Ar
Md. for 14 .weeks e training returned, Saturday after Sr.Mrs. Monday and Tuesday Jean Vickers of Bruns D. Williams this week. Fitch In St. Paul. Minn. The wedding' will take
with the National Guard three weoks, visit with her Dan Harris of Jacksonville Mrs Joe Wilson and niece wick.: Oa. is visiting Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Henry God Mr. and Mrs. Herbert place Friday, August 19 a' f From.tn'a fir
Mrs C. L. Cooper and Mrs. daughter and family Mr wall visiting Mrs J: Mrs. George K. Bennett of Denmark this week. win and daughter Barbara Thomas were visiting: Mr 8 p. m. in the First Methodlsi, ray of gig
Ada 'Barber' visited 'MT, and I and Mrs. Edward Schwab on B. Sipp! and Mrs W. B Orlando, have returned from Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. was and Mrs. Lola Johnson of and Mrs. Charles M Fowler Church with a reception in s.' This" ona a
Mrs Marvin Stewart In I Merrltt Island. Mundy on Wednesday. several weeks trip to California visiting her sister Mrs. C. W Starke and Walter E. Johnson In Winter Park over the Fellowship Hall. )Is llvThi
Gainesville' and-Mrand -Mrs. Mi-. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Mr and Mrs. Guy Sale where they visited Mr. Chalker. in Gainesville over 1 and son, Reese' of Foil weekend. 1 Mina Ritch graduated from ontdti so lu
Venue "LOOk t.t".ln'1steln-' have as a visitor this week were visiting! Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Jack Lou-sch l. th.f< the weekend.M. BlnnmgOa.. attended the Mr. and Mrs Bill Adams Bradford fish: School clas e '' tt You shoo
:: hatchee on Friday. I their great nephew. Vince 1 Keith! Glllingham\ In Jacksonville former Joan Carpenter of: .- and Mrs J S. Sapp Baker family reunion In Pa- and daughters of Perry are of '61, and l Is employed in 4 j+'' r *. ctpturt,It
r Mrs. ,Johnny.Jc hnsofl and Fault of Daytona Beach. from Sunday to !Stark"! and three children in ,' have had as visitors Mr. and latka on sunday. Wednesday to Sunday guests the Tax Collectors office in i k.Xy .n JU*. :went to Mrs. Robert Stevens and Tu sday. Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren and son' Mr. and Mrs. L. H Gibson of M.. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews the Court House. Mr Befler
:: MlssKay-arte! Itt, daughter of Santa Maria Mr. and Mrs Don Bush ot Mrs Jack Bennett in Riverside Phil, of Savannah CJa. over and daughter Gloria are graduated from Monesson the photographic recwd, afwedding.
oYdon.vO( l Friday
.., Foil :
no to get Pvt Johnson who has Calif. and Mrs.: Billy Dealing Green Cove Springs have : They also spent a week the weekend and Mr and visiting their son, Gerry In Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilson High School, in Monesson tile wrvicej of* s ere quail
:: cornel$1 sITnon !ItS' training and four sons of Jacksonville bought the Boyer Farm on At Lake Arrowhead and other Mrs Richard Ray and sons the Cape Canaveral Hospitalat and ton and Mrs. Lf>la flume Pa., class!! of '63 and Is em rotessiooal Uil.' photographer -
with the' National Guard. were Saturday visitors of Mr.' SR 16.Miss. points of Interest. of Atlanta, Oa. several day!! Cocoa Beach from Wed- and grandson, Randy Lyons, ployc-i with Clay Electric ,
M and Mrs L. D. Green. Louise Stern will Miss Susan Wiggins/ Is this week. esday to Saturday. i of Kings Mountain. N. C. are I Cooperative Photographs ;you
M Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken leave Tuesday to attend the visiting Mr. and .Mra. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and guests!! this week of Mr. and All friends and jetatlvps treasure a lifetime
4.. and family. Mrs. Nelson Tanglewood Music Festival Elgin In Altamont Springsthis and daughters, Katharine! daughter. Candy and Leslye' Mrs. R A. Colson and Mrs. are invited to attend the beautiful natural co>!
.. ; Green and daughter. RubY. in Lenox Mass. for several week. ami Dee. will return today Mercer spent Sunday at Day- F. F. Flume. wedding and reception. Call us today Ask
M- and Miss Beth Wlmberl weeks. Mr and Mrs. R. D. Stoll from two weeks trip to tona Beach. Mrs. R H Hart and sons free redding broch
were In Madison on Wednes- Mr. and Mrs Joe Wood of Frankfurt. Germany visIted Washington D. C., New York Mrs. L. II. Gibson and Robert and Arthur, of Fern- Complete albums pr
.. 1 ''CtI'1Trr day visiting Mr. and Mrs. W and family of Hawthorne are Dr. and Mrs. D. W. and points' of interest in ,the daughter. Gloria will] leave andina Beach spent Sundayto Lee Scott of Coronado fit budget t'
to
first of the homo Calif, is visiting! his cousins every
r S. Wlmberly spending a month at their Whlffen the Northeast Enroute Monday for Macomb. Ill to Friday of last week with
cottage on Kingsley Lake. week they visited Lynwood Walters visit her mother. Mrs. Anne and Byron Terwiilegar )
Mr and Mis Robbie Shaller A J. her mother Mrs. Ouy Wynn.
.-.. I[ were visiting-Mr. and:! Mrs. Chris Perales has purchased Mr. and Mrs. Orrle WIg- In Greenville! S. C. Peterson for ten days. : Mrs L. N. Plckerlnentel'/ for several days. BULLlfiGTON
the Bernard home on SR pins visiting Rev and Comer Ferryman Mr. and Mis George Cook
were Mr. and Mrs.
:, H. E. Bradley in Leehbur Mr. and Mis. Frank Smith twined at three tables, of des- I
In Alta- of Miami were guests of Mr
16 Mrs. L. D. Haines of Jacksonville! are
of
Mw weekend. Oastonla.
over the N. C. STUDIO
are guests
sert-bridge on Monday night
Mrs! H L Speer has returned mont Springs on Sunday. vacationing at Kingsley Lake this Ara Moltt last Filday Mrs
Jimmy Hunt of St. Augustine week of Mrs. F. F. for Mrs M J. Pickering of '
Cook Is the former lne
from several weeks MaJ. and Mrs. V J. Spongier this week.
Flume.
was visiting his grandmother Sanford. I IMIONK: f 9") 1-7271 '
visit with her son-in-law and and daughters and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin pre- Moltt of Starke.
Mrs. Henrietta Hunton
dauuhter Mr and:! Mrs. E. P. Emma Badman were in Ma- I vatt of Orlando spent the '
\ Sunday. Boland and family In Athens, con Ga over the weekend first of the week with! Mrs.
Y Mrs. Glenn Conner and Ga. Mi's. Boland and chil- visiting! Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ed Prevatt. They were join-
,... chlldern of Orlando were dren returned with Mrs. Trescott ed 0.1 Tuesday by Mr and
rM I visiting her parents, :Mr. and Speer for the remainder of Pvt. J. C. Dukes left Friday Mrs Luther Lennon of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Barney McRae Sr, over the week for Fort Knox. Ky after .
M 1\\ the weekend. Julian: Little of Lake City two weeks! leave. Mrs James Hamilton f fFor fI

has! been admitted to the Gf'"e! Wiggins has returned Rltrh and irranddauahtei!: \ SSEETWASH
I Starka Nursing Home. from Fort Eustls, Va., having Deedee Rltch. of Johnson,
= itj.hn: : : r Mr. and Mrs. R W. Un- competed! nix months traln- visited! Judge and Mrs. E, K.
A." .. gn .. :,. ... .- ckwhiil..and fMnfcljtwef Melbourne lu<.. iwlfch; lobe NaUo. -nUQUAVd. Psryvman on Tuesday. \ I
were visiting her parents Don Page Jr. Is visiting relatives Mrs J. W. Kincaid returned :
: FORMER OWNER OK. ANITA'S BEAUTY Mr and Mrs. J. W in Columbia, S. C. Monday after two weeks
Moncrlef last week. this week. In Riverside Hospital where I
= 'SHOP"';';':'FORT MYERS,.FLA. Local admittances to Bradford Tommy Andrews/ left Mon- she underwent observation,

-- -.* -'* .. County Hospital this day for summer school at the and treatment. I N HANG
Js-Now Associated week Include: Leslie E. University of Georgia Mrs. Bertha Pearce was in I DRAPERII
== WithMORGSN'S Whitehead, Mrs. Ava Harriet Ben Holtzendorf Sr. returned Richmond. Va. the past, I
Thomas and Mrs. Murlle Saturday from st. month visiting her sister,'
BEAUTY SHOP May Crews of Lake Butler; Vincent's Hospital where he Mrs Beulah Saxon. 'I
i Mrs. Maude Starling and David underwent surgery Mondayof Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mclod ,
L. Crawford of Lawtey; last week. and family will move this! Ir
0" i I Valdosta Adams of Doctor' Mr and Mrs. Charles A weekend from 1011 W. Mad-
E Specializing ''I Inlet: Walter L Brinson of Darby and daughter, Lee will ison street to the Barksdale'
,, leave Friday for'a 10-day of Jackson and
Melrose: and Mrs. Fannie E. house corner
:. BODY WAVES I Reames Mrs. Lola B. Cole vacation at Horse Shoe. They Water streets.
Mark L. Luke Wallace I.. will be Joined on the weekends Dianne and Len Moore are t 1 Il Vic i <
::- TINTING 'Thlgpen Sr. Clarence Stewart bv their son-in-law and visiting! their grandmother, 1 J f FI
: Walter Reagan' Charles daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ran- Mis. David Cottle, in Green
:
M k + .' FASHION< CUTTING AND I' Johns and Elliott Williams dy Johns. Cove Springs this week. 1 I
:: STYLING, all of Starke. I Mrs. A. J. Eaves of San Mr and Mrs. John Benny
.
-- I I Mi? Virginia Smith of Antonio. Texas is visiting her Sapp and children Brenda

= Hours-;8:30: to 5 -Saturday 8:30: to :3 Jacksonville! and grandchildren son and family Mr. and Mrs. and Susan, of Daytona
Sandy. Scott and Nan Jack Eaves. Beach were visiting his parents -
M OPEN( WEDNESDAYS : Meyers of Los Angeles. Cnllf, Mrs. Billy! Hall of Orlandowas Mr. and Mrs. Carl
j.
are spending this week at last Wednesday to Saturday Sapp. Sunday. I
= 120! N. Temple Are. Phone 96( I-R lit I, the Smith cottage on Kings- visitor of Mr. and Del re, Alan Tommy ant
-. Richard Harrison of Fort
"'ley Lake. Mrs. J. H. DuPre.
W- .. Myers spent the past three

= .Ji.- '" -- ,' .. .. .. weeks with their grandpar
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Mr. and Mrs. Philip!
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-. Cronkhlte returned Tuesday I
-. from three weeks business -
trip to New York. Michigan r
rr and Chicago. The Cronkhite

., NOTICE H HV children stayed with their I
grandparents Mr and Mrs)
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BOnifay ,
_. C L. Hicks near
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while they were gone. :

: Patty vhltlng Budd her of gi JacksonvilleIs 'andmother.'I'

: LOSE OUT SALE Mrs.cousin W.Betsy E. Mlddleton.Matthews and for !

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- two weeks.
- Phil Warren of Savannah.
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Oa. spent the wekend with
WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC. his cousin, Steve Tilley. aA
Lt. Thomas Dyal of Wright t < p.
- Patterson AFB Dayton
= STARKE, FLORIDA Ohio was visiting his par-
- etns. Mr. and Mrs Nate
- I Dyal from Thursday to Sun

:: UNDERGOING CHAN GE OF OWNERSHIPSale day.Mr.
and Mrs. 'Herbert
-- Green and family returned the first time-Luxurious draperies, made

Saturday from a weeks vacation with AVISCO Rayon, that WASH and '
Priced!
v Extended until July 30 and In In Washington.the Blue D.Ridge.C. HANG with a minimum of work. And the Specially

M Mountains. I special finish will last the practical life of the

r- draperies.i DECORATOR

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-- Starke, Fla. 32091 $12

:: Week Nights Open Till 7 P.M. Second class postage paidat Other Colors Entire Selection
- Starke, Fla. 7Sx84 $15 Reduced For 20%
AvailableNutmeg
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In trade area: |3.80 per Azalea. Red
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAItKB.! n..oRmA PAGE THREfc


r -same'', TJMT49..C. I Linen ShowerCompliments Junior, ClubExecutive ..- -,---.."..,-..'. ..<'; Alvarez-Sullivan

Board ."1 1o.(, .:1 I r
)4. Wedding PartyEntertained

Mrs. H. Patton Names ChairmenThe r .:.i
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GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. Harry J. Patton the I executive board of the Mr. and Mra. O. R. Alvarez

Phone 964.0651 r former Charlotte Howell, was Junior Woman's Club met Jr. entertained at a rehearsalsupper
July 18 at the home of Mrs. last Thursday nightat
honored recently at a linen
Charles Hutcheson with the the Golden Kettle Restau-
W shower given by Mrs. Seeber president Miss Betty Jane I I rant honoring Mr. Alvarez'

I.: [ Anna Ruth Schwab f rttit" Goodman and Mrs. Harry Morgan, presiding. brother. Daniel Alvarez, and
i Weds Mr. Evans f rT Green at the home of the Miss' Morgan announced his flnancee. Miss SandI
latter. the following department Sullivan, before their wed-
At Merritt Island chairmen for 'the coming ding rehearsal.
__ Upon arrival the honoree
and her mother Mrs. Rhy t year: house, Mrs. Charles The 30 guests were seatedat
Miss Anna Ruth Schwab mer Howell were presentej Hutcheson; publicity and a T-ehaped dining table
and Harry William! Evans Jr. vv with corsages. press book, Mrs. Harold Godwin where bridal place cards'
were united In marriage In a : parliamentarian Mrs marked the seating arrange
double-ring ceremony on '? re Summer flowers were used Harold Godwin: social and ment. Centering the head
June 24 at Grace Methodist to advantage throughout the membership Mrs. Charles table was a candle tree with
w Church on Merritt Island. party rooms for the occasion. Sawyer: telephone Mrs. David seven pink tapers centered
Tha: bride Is the daughterof 4.ki The gift table featured an Coats: public) affairs. with an arrangement of pink
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schwabof y umbrella decorated with Mrs. L. H. Outlaw; International and white pompoms, plum-
Merritt Island, and the i various linen cutouts. affairs Mrs. Wayne Cantiner-Scott osas fern and long' satin
granddaughter of Mrs. A. V/ ( Th- serving table was covered BlevinsJohnsonPlans Whiffln: health, Mrs. Eugene streamers. A garland of fern,
Mr. { Ilk T. with a lace cloth Tanner budget Mrs. J. M.
over :
Anderson Sr. of Starke. AnnouncedMrs. Mr and Mrs. Dick Cantln- Interspersed with pink pompoms
Evans Is the son of Mr. and yellow and centered with an Edwards Jr.: education, Mrs. and six single candleswas
Mrs. L. Kitchens of Merritt arrangement of summer Katie Blevins of Oreen Christopher Parker: fine er of Parkersburg. W. Va. ,placed down the lengthof
i Island. flowers. At one end of the Cove Springs announces the arts. Mrs. Curtis Edwards; announce the engagement of the long table.

I Thi Rev. Robert Jenkins x, table was a tiered cake top- engagement and approaching conservation. Mrs. Eugene their daughter Barbara, to During the dinner the
I performed the ceremony. 1n ped with a miniature um marriage of her daughter, Shaw: and American home Johnny Scott of Fort Jackson honored couple presentedtheir

.,. :w y. The bride, given In mar- brella. At the other end wasa Alice to Weldon JohnsonJr. life Mrs. Bob Ferguson. S. C.? son of Reese Scott attendants with per-
riage by her father, wore a pinch bowl surroundedwith Mrs. Sawyer announcedthat
., lion of Rev and Mrs. of Camp Blandlng' and Mrs. sonal, gifts.
silvered Ice-green, two-piece a garland of fern. Weldon Johnson Sr., of plans were being made Tho 30 guests Included the
I Miss Helen Kelly sleeveless suit dress and her Games for luncheon for Jessie Norton.
were played: and Starke. a prospective Imme-
ii iiPenelope iia bridal party, and the
To Wed August 13 corsage was of white orchids prizes awarded to the win- The wedding will take members to be held In Mis Cantiner Is a graduate diate families.

with pale green highlights. ners.The place Friday evening, Aug.i August. cf Parkersburg High
of Miss The maid of honor was
The marriage hostesses presentedthe 12, at 8 o'clock In the.Shiloh .School and Mr. Scott grad
Ann I Menottl. who worn a THE"RIGHT POINT-fnr'"the
Helen Kelly to Sherwood bride with pillow cases Baptist Church at Green THE RIGHT POINT for the uated from BHS in 1963.
Heapewill be an event of pale yellow print frock" with and a set of dish towels as a Cove Springs. Friends and way'you write. Com In and Way you write., 'Come In and
No date has been set for
Saturday, Aug. 13, at 2 p. m. gathered neck and Haired remembrance of, the Occas- relatives are Invited to attend select your favorite ESTKR- select :your .favorite 'E TF.R.
in St. Patrick's Catholic skirt. Her flowers were ion. BROOK fountain pon. TELE- the wedding. BROOK fountain. pen.- TELE-
Church, Gainesville. mauve orchids. GRAPH. GRAPH.
The bride's mother wore a
:
Miss Kelly Is a graduate of

Bradford County High lemon with matching yellow linen corsage.sheath The Susan Corey Exchanges Vows
1 1WE'LL
School and Is employedas
now I
a stewardess of National groom's mother chose a blue With Hal T.. Lawson In Lake CityOur

Airlines. Miami. and white floral print with SOON BE MOVING TO OUR BRAND NEW
.
corsage: of white carnations.The Redeemer Lutheran nations.
Mr. Heape graduated from best man was Gary O.Treesa. Church In Lake City was the Mr SUE! Moore greetedguests' \ .
the University of Florida and for the marriage of at the door and standIng -
setting
t iI
Is serving as a lieutenant in ,STORE IN THE STARKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
, the U. S. Army at El Paso, A reception was held at Penelope Susan Corey to Hal In the receiving line were .
the home of the bride's par- Thomas Lawson on Friday the bridal party and the par-
Texas. ents. The bride's table was July 19, at 8 p. m. The ents of the bride and 1P'00m.1
1 All friends and relatives decorated with a centerpieceof pastor Robert C. Besalskl MM./ Loraine ?
i .are invited to attend the yellow chrysanthemumsand performed the :nuptials. The the bride's cake and Miss,
r ceremony refreshments Included bride Is the daughter of Mr. Barbara Edwards of Starke''
punch hors d' oeuvres and and Mrs A. J. Corey of Lake presided at the punch bowl.,
wedding cake. City and the groom'Is the Miss Marlene Messar kept
New River WMU I
The bride is a June grad- son of Mr. and Mrs James T. the bride's book. ,
Met At Keystone uate of Merritt Island High Lawson of Starke. For their wedding: trip on
School and Is employed at Gracing the altar were two the East Coast the bride ,
This New River Association The Tribune-Today office In white urns filled with large traveled In a dark turquoise'
WMU met Thursday July Cocoa mums, spider mums and car- two piece suit with black

21. with the First Baptist The groom Is serving with nations against background and white accessories. She
It Church of Keystone Heights. the U. S. Army at Fort Jackson of palms and two candela- wore the orchids from her

The guest speaker was S. C. where she will join bras with burning tapers. bridal bouquet. I, UI -
t Rev. Allen Price of Branford him shortly. R. J. Warren, organist, ren- The bride Is a graduate of
First Church, who gave an dered nuptial music. Columbia High School, class
Interesting talk about his Gary Kouba of Englewood of '64 and trained in HIs- :
recent trip to Jamaica THE RIGHT POINT for the served as best man and the tology Technique and Phy-
way you write. Come In and at the V. A
sical Therapy
Nell Crawford
I 1. A covered dish luncheon select your favorite ESTER- ushers brother-in-law were of the groom Hospital. She was assistantin WE DON'T WANT TO MOVE .,OUR SUMMER MERCHANDISE '
I was enjoyed at noon. I BROOK fountain pen. TELE and James Ronald Lawson hospitals In Lake City and .

.' GRAPH. cousin of the groom all of Tulsa, Okla.


I j -'>0- I,Starke.City Mrs.served nancy as, GUI matron'..of Lake of ilece..tly"completed graduate Mr. ,'Lawson class of is 'a 64,eight BHS and I You Can Save Up TO 50% and.: More!


RCA VICTOR I honor in a sleeveless crepe months active duty with the attended I ... .... ........... ,, -
gown of turquoise blue. National Guard He also -
1 \ From her head fell a straight : St. Johns River Jun-I -

puts big-screen TV I i illusion finger tip and veil of she carried turquoise a ior College. I FIRST QUALITY SAMPLE SALE I SHORT SLEEVE;:

nosegay of pale yellow car- Recent

in a consolette I nations.The bride, given in mar- Mr: and Births'I Mrs. Bill Vlckory'!''I F SPORT T SHIRTS S

I less than 31" wide riage by her father chose a of Aiaohua announce the ,' 'CANTRECE'NATIONALL
pale yellow dress with satin birth, of a daughter, Korona I FAMOUS
I Carot, on July 18 In Alachua I II' '
I brocade top and crepe over Meng Sizes
I & & I satin bottom. From the waist General Hospital. Grand- SEAMLESS NYLONS INFANTS WEAR Sm. Med. Lg.
fell a train of satin brocade. parents' are Mr and Mrs. J. I Biff I Assortment Of
I veil fell M. Allen of Starke.
Her shoulder length
.RCA Pan-0-Piy prc:- SAVINGS Fabrics And Styles
%
I i' lure tubeDituxt More Ro pl Owa i I from headpiece a matching decorated yellow with Bradford County Hospital, $1 Value I 66 c Pre UP TO 7 5 VALUES TO 3.19

,1 N.w Vista I pearls and teardrop crystals announces: the following
20,000-wolt chassis 'She carried a nosegay of births; : I
I (design iverags) aAAOJOth.rTV I yellow throated white orchids Mr and Mrs. Henry Fore-I Guaranteed perfect or a new pair INFANTS' DRESSES 2 FOR $500

I .New Vista VHF tuner ::1 and baby carnations. man McCormick, I free! The exciting: : new stocking: that DIAPER SETS PLAY SETS .
Solid Stets UHF tuner Her only ornament was a ion, James Alexander, July!I'' fits your leg like makeup fits your ,
II of 22. .
, _Oni-wtVHFflnituo-' the diamond groom. pendant a gift Mr and Mrs. James Ora- I face! New crepe like finish; knit to ETC. 100% NYLON

I ing The bride's mother was at- ham Mitchell!, Starke a son fit. Run guard toe and welt. New
For the New Born 9 to Months 1 to
1R
I ; ;
.Stay set volume con- n...resae.oostfel tired In a pale blue linen James Graham Mitchell Jr.. shades'in sizes 8 Yt to 11. DRESS SHIRTS
,1. CM 29. 3 Years. Boys and Girls Styles. ,
July 25.;
J'tuft.iw..n.I.a1 dress complemented with a
Deptndable RCA Mliit. 3U MI.'In.picture I, pale yellow carnation cor- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley -I Seamless Mesh! or Plain Stitch THESE SOLD NATIONALLY Sizes 14/i To 17
circuits The brldel'l'oom'sI George. GaInesville, a
copper AS LITTLE AS $10A I mother sage. selected a beige! linen daughter, Sharon Joan, July Hose Our Reg. 79c Value. For $2.99 A (REAL CHANCE TO SAVE

I MONTH I and lace dress with a pale 24. I $4.99 and 166
yellow carnation corsage.A Mr. and Mrs. Wayne inn-I
REG.
I .I THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS I reception was held: at son Hampton a daughter. 66: C P r. $5.99 2.39 $200

I the home of the bride's par- July 24. Carp'H Bought the Entire Sample Line! .

ents, 1160 South Margaret HURRY FOR THESE SAVINGS!
We'Finance Our Own Accounts ASO NOMINATIONS:
Street, Lake City. Centering I
--.-- I>fE AtOl'ST; 1ST
: the mantel In the living I

, WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. I room was a fan-shaped arrangement The election of ASC com- ,
I of mums and car- mitteemen In Bradford County 'I RUN PROOF TRICOT KNIT GIRLS PANTIES ,
I
231 N. Temple Phone 964-0631 nations flanked by burning will be held >by mall balloting SEAMLESS HOSE I

tapers In silver holders. 'during the period of WOMENS PANTIES RAYON TRICOT. KNiX
The bride's table covered August 16-26. and nominationsfor ,
Guaranteed First .
Quality .
I I White and Pastels +
with white cutwork cloth, membership on the com-
a mitte must be Guaranteed One Year' Lovely Shades Sizes 8'/j to 11 Sizes 2 To' 14 "
made
HIGH CAPACITY 20,000 1 BTU: was centered. by a tiered by August
bride's cake around which 1.Any. 'I Whites i- Pastels. -Sues 5-10 Mesh and Plain Stitch REG. 2ge VALUE I

was a garland of fern Interspersed farmer eligible to vote ,
with carnations. in the election atao has the |
FEDDERSIrng5 Flanking this was a single right .to nominate candidates 3 Pro 100 4 Pr.:100
REG. 3 Jc
I Pair
sterling jllver candelabrawith for the post. Petitions, each 3 1.00 ::
I tapers. The punch bowl, one nominating one farmer I :
No Money Down and ,
signed by nix or more el-
} placed on a. reflector was I
!gable voters, ,be
filed at
may
I surrounded. by fern and car-
841, As Little As $10 MonthWe the county office before the II
deadline Monday 'I I'I 1
Do Our Own Flnancl.ncowerlulwill Ii Misses Sizes
I Miss Dinkins Weds i Sportswear 'I Sport S Sox TerrificValue TennisShoes
Plantlc Notebook $2.30 at the FASHION RIGHT
cool entire
: an apartment Mr. ChristopherIn I

I' ''{...shop or large office..even a small Alabama Church TELEGRAPH. I II I Knee Pants And For LADIES GIRLS Color 100% FastDistinctively Cotton


' \.home with adequate air circulation Luther Mr Dinkins and Mrs.announce Charles the Beautiful Asst. Poor Boy Knits WOMENS GOWNS LADIES

" Sound.Barrier hushes,operating sounds .-i. Reserve marriage of their daughter I of Colors Blouses Styled. Rayon Tricot CHILDREN
David Maples
;.. both 230 and 208 volts. Rebecca to Reg. 3.99 Value Sizes 10.13
I J cooling power Operates on Christopher, son 'of Mr. and Shorts Dress Length A Real Chance to

, 9.De1aumidifie.-remove. np to of water everyday Mrs. Amos Sneed christo-I Sale Pr. Reg. 39c A Rainbow Save. No Limit =;
entire pher of Athens, Ala. 297
hermetic Crop TopsValues Bring In All the
, Five-year warranty on system. The marriage was solemnIzed Stock Up of Colors .

?t f*. Exchanger exhaust smoke-filled air...Dual Flow on July 14 by Dr. Robert I Reg. 2.99 Value To $1.99While Sm. Med. L Kiddies.
.
Weather Wheel Two speeds Washable: ger Strong.% in the chapel of Memorial NOW AT THIS g. ,- (Free Lollipops)]
Church .
Presbyterian Sale Pr. They While Last
filter 197 They Unheard at this
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PRICE Low! Low! Price
We Do Our Own Financing Mr. and Mrs. Christopherare Last!
now residing in Bourbon-I Inals Come Early
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First Since 1952 Post 137 Wins ,patches. areas In lawns frequently These Injured are- Nancy's Flowers AdvancesIn


I first noticed along edges of Women's Softball Tourney


Post 56 Wins District Lesion Tournament Area Tourney lawns.Usually when chinch bugs ,

Over Starke are present In sufficient Na ey'a Flowers of Starke' ror, and a single by Carolyn
moved Mitchell\ across
advanced ,to further competition Dyal
numbers to cause a yellow or
Starke's Post 56 went down In the Sub-district Wom the plate.

Coming from behind in the final game, Starke's twice as Jacksonville's Post turf brown, they discoloration can be found of the by en's Softball Tournament by Nancy's. big Inning came In

I Post 66 American Legion baseball team won the annual 137 this week won the Northern pushing the runners aside. knocking: out Willcox Communication the 3rd. McKinney reached

District Tournament last' weekend by beatingGainesvllle'3 : Area American Legion and looking: at the soil below. : of Lake City by a base safely on en error, Masters -
Baseball Tournament. 5-2: count Tuesday night was intentionally walked
Post 16 twice 7-3 and 5-3. The small red or black bugs
Playing In JacksonvlUeTueacta.y Nancy's utilized only 7 hits to then Ellison Nettles, and
Wayne iMcLeod drove across
with white markings on
Lake team followed' with 'base hits
night ''Post 137 eliminate the City Chitty
Three runs and Paul McLeod, their backs will be seen scurrying -
.. brother game Sunday night on a pairof edged the locals 3-2 and then from Wayne's was tough .
along the soil surface.In
free passes, a hit batter, and led 0-0 after 3 in-
In the clutch. he hurled the topped them 12-8 In Starfce .took a 1-0 lead in
and a single In'the second Inning extremely heavy Infestations -
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= night before a the 1st inning as Adel Mitchellled nings.
full nine Innings of t.he3 Wednesday
One 'run' scored In the some of the chinch
r-w championship: win Sunday packed crowd. Both ''games off with a stogie.' An er- Lake City scored single runs
top of the fourth when Wayne bugs can be seen crawlingover
marred host of errors In the 6th and 7th for their
:. night. were by a
McLeod .singled, went to sec- grass blades, sidewalks
and 2 run: Ann Godwin was the
wUd un-
Emmett AJcrldge limited the ond on a fielder's choice and pitching and outside walls of houses. TilE BIOIIT POINT for the
winning pitcher, allowing on.
w powerful GaJnawllle! nine to Paul McLeod reached base on earned runs.Jacksonville.
In chinch
bugs seen
no are write. Come In and
Joan had
2 Chitty
way you ly singles.
all the
.. three hits In Starke's 7.3 win led
an Poet 16 regained\ the
error. this method their
by pre- favorite ESTER-
elect lead the for
<<: your 2 hits to offense
second
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Thursday night and Wayne two run Dead. however, when way in the decisive
sence or absence can be con- BROOK fountain pen. TELE- the winners.
., ,;, McLeod drove In four runs game Wednesday night but firmed by using a large coffee -
with .., double. ''and a single as Starke threw a scare Into GKAPII. I Nancy's' Flowers will play
=- the locals advanced to the them with eight runs In the or other metal can with I II again Friday night at 7:30:
both ends cut out. Place one
finals. Gainesville downed 0- eighth Inning. Post 137 was I II against the winner of the
t end of the can in an area
cala's Poet 27 0-5 in the opener rtut k tf"a leading 10-0 when the locals I game between Gainesville and
discolor
where the Is
=.:. hurt Wednesday night. .1 made their comeback try grass I Cross City played Thursday
ed Cut the grass runners
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-/1 Play planned. for Friday and V with three hits aided by five I around the bottom of the I evening.WANTED
rained out but walks and four wild pitches
= Saturday was 1 '
M1 i can and twist or push the I
Gainesville again downed Ocala ,tt Post 137 scored two more
y4 y4w can one or two Inches Into I c LGE"1Cf
.a. second time, '-2, toga.l.n In the ninth. The Jacksonville
Members of Post 56's District Tourney champions are (l-r) : kneel the soil. Add enough water to I \ !
the: finals against Starke. club had 12 runs on seven I'li' +sl''l Sr ++
ing Bryan Erwin Charles Howell, Emmett Akridge Richard Wimby keep the water level above I
Gainesville opened, a 2-0 hits. Post 137 hurler

lead in the championship -$ and American Legion Representative Al Crosby; standing-Dan Griff, Mansfield, fanned 15 Starke the present grass, they If chinch will bugs float are to Peeled or

Jackson Dale Legion Representative Charles Schaeffer Starke
:_ Jeffrey Crosby boys Thre pitchers the surface within five minutes Pine
r Sandy Sanderson McLeodWayne; McLeod Randy'Johns' and Coach allowed only seven hits but if the bugs are not I Unpeeled

Edgar Akridge. were wild. found repeat the process in I Posts
STARK.EBUSINESS All five runs scored In
several areas.
Tuesday night's game were
Paul' wltdness added up to lowed Post 16 to just one hit Drills Begin unearned. Danny Hawkins Once you are sure that All Size
four walks scoring a run to In the final six innings to hold chinch bugs are the problem.
I hurled a three hitter for Post
I v i make fc 31. them-scoreless He struck out start control measures Immediately -
r ret.
137 and Emmett Akridge allowed -
1 PiKn The fifth wa. Starke's Inning 12 and walked onJy.two. I For All-Star with a variety of Phone Collect I ,
the Jacksonville club
DIRECTORYAUTO on 'the rain soaked field, Starke added three runs In effective insecticides such as

though, o and .the bases were I the sixth making it 6-3. .wben Grid ClashPractice only four safeties. The two V-O 13. ethion Trlthlon. dl- EL 6.6453
deadlocked
ace pitchers! :
were I
loaded when Bryan Erwin I Wayne McLeod' powerfulbat I ; azlnon. Aspon Zytron. and
In scoreless tie for the
REPAIRS reached first on an error and doubled home two runs began today for a I Bayfton.) Mix: and apply the Coleman-Evans

Emett Akridge and Sandy and another scored when Sandy .Fla.' High School All-Star first seven innings. Insecticide with. large Wood Preserving Co.
with
walked. One Sanderson. fanned but reached Jacksonville came up
Sander on of
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Bradford's amount of water In order to
I football battle and
first ball after three unearned Jn! the bottom P. O. Box 3646
Wayne McLeod'a !three a1n&'lesscored on a dropped :
Earl's GarageALL Coach David Hurse: is at thehelm soak the thick mats of St. t
Erwin and. Akridge to the 'bases had ''been loadedon of the eighth enough tobeat Jacksonville 6, Fla.
of the North squad. Augustine grass. Read the
KINDS OF at 33. three walks.A Starke's two, also unearned -
even: things up Hurse. >who directed the 1969 label instructions and pre
AUTO REPAIR WORK Dale Crosby put. Starke ahead anal run,,' making it 7-3 Bradford High Tornadoes to scored In the top of cautions and follow them.

All Work Guaranteed 8 :" &.3 ,in the seventh when came In the ninth for Starke ''a Class A state championshipand the ninth. !

Phone 969-2984 he singled home catcher when Dale Crosby was put on I a perfect 12-0 record, is To prevent extensive damage -i I
Elder who had reach- with an and Gary Bem by Insect pests home-
Dwight error
80. Walnut, Starke :Ma 28
tutoring man squadfor and the linseed oil polishes
ed base on an error. The fifth\ ent aingled 1 him in.,. the annual clash set Friday and feeds the wood. Rub the owners should make frequentand DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
I thorough Inspections of
AUTO SERVICE f '.- tally carne in the ninth when Final Game t August, 6, at 7:45: p.m. at furniture with a soft cloth their lawns especially now
Gainesville tried to pick Elder Starke STARKE PHONE 961.2600
BoxAB Citizens Field in Gainesville -
tYM dampened with the mixture
off first bane end Sander R H during: summer so that any
Coach Carlton whose
Gilbert Brown 4 1 0 Bobby and wrung out quite dry. type of Insect infestation KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
eon scored from third on the Akridge, rf Miami Senior High team was can I -PHONE 473-3176
4 1 1 Polish the woOd, with another be found and
Standard Oil Service Station play.The Sanderson, cf I the '6$ Class AA state champion clean cloth. Be to keep early treated
locals got off to a quick W. McLeod, ea 4 0.2 team Is at the halm of sure promptly. !
ATLAS the solution hot In double Rental Services
lead In'' the first, game with Elder, c 4 1 0 a highly touted South squad. a Continue to watch for
...:.. TIRES A BATTERIES I Ib 3 0 1 boiler. Never place It directly
Gainesville Thursday night, Crosby, chinch bugs, since
The! North apuad is annually one Insecticide
Budget Terms-Road Service over the flame. I HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
0 0
Paul McLeod walked to open P. McLeod, p 3 the underdog, in the all-star treatment rarely I ,
Phone "&-1'U 3 0 0 For the soap and water I I
the second inning then Gary Bemeat, 2b prevents
clash Coach Hurse says, and damage for the:
.: 47 N. Temple Starke Bement ,tripled him In. Charles Howell, 3b 4 0 0 will probably be so.Ahi year.Most treatment apply thick suds whole season. CRUTCHES

Howell was H. U R S T' S an error Erwin walked Totals 34 S 5 from Class AA schools detergent to a small section I

:...: SHELL and Wayne McLeod singled to Thursday Game while many of the North's, of furniture at a time. '

Service Station Emmett Akridge hurled drive them in. making it 30. Starke BoxAB players come from Class A or Use a soft cloth wrung almost -

Post 56 to the District Tour- Gainesville tied It up in the R H B schools. But he adds that, dry. Rinse off suds with

Gas Oils Lubrication' ney and won one came In It. third with three runs on a Akridge, p 5 1 0 he has some good football another cloth dampened with l 1

Gos>ear Tire.: &"Batteries lie did not have an earned walk, an error and, back-to- Sanderson cf 6 0 0 players on the North squad. clean warm water. After

'"ROAD SERVICE run score against him all, bock hits, one a double But W. McLeod ss 40 0 2 Three of Bradford's state wiping the furniture dry, favorite

set and 1M Starke I season. I 1 Akridge pitching superbly. al- D. Elder, c IS 0 1 champion: eleven will be on the polish or wax the surface. "My

Crosby, Ib IS 1 0 North' squad: quarterback Don- Be sure you know what the

P McLeod. If 4 1 0 ald Falcon, midklleguard Butch finish on your furniture Is

I Bement, 2b IS 1 .2 Redding, and end Eddie Doug- before you use water on It. took tells
Budget Economy HowelJ, 3b 4 .2 0 las. Shellac has a low resistanceto abappystory
ROOM Erwin rfTotals .2 1 0
Area players on the North water. Spar varnish, pen-

3 e71r 40 7 5lhI' squad are Palatka Bobby Pope etrating seals and oil finish ,

OUTFIT a back, and Wayne Ennis, a are highly water resistant.

guard; from Class AA Gainesville When applying paste wax. k
vk High there to Eugene use about a tablespoon of the rt., /

-' a 1r u'tV. Branch a fullback; Tommy wax on a thick piece of cloth ,

'. r Comb, a tackle, and Kim Hel! fold up the edges around the "

) ; ton a center. wax and rub the cloth on the
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L 'av fe' r'e V. fI Defensive end wlU be one surface so a thin film filters

.- k ; \" /I + of the North's strongest positions through. After coating the

r 1 j'I : 'Ii" with Richard Cheek of entire surface allow time for

''I #,4 r I .. I, Bay High of Panama City It to dry. Then buff with a

coached: by Lennard Register, soft woolen cloth.

eklq an ex-BHS mentor who hada Take time to clean your\ r

urn 5v tr t lq (' 30 game winning streak furniture. You'll be pleased 9

urn t/ here, and David Ghlsqulere with the new look cleaning ri v1 p fA

of Pensacola Senior High, gives it.Beware.
.
d isI
: OMC ; f both Clans AA schools. 57P

8-Piece SofaBed Group The annual high school all- Of 4

Priced star 'basketball contest la J alsoI8lo.ted
Separately $108
:for August 6 to Chinch Bugs

w; ; "-rrMp; the afternoon before the grid

His Everything For game Macclenny's Coach Russell 44' .
,4*. Porterfleld is heading the Gainesville -Of the. doz-
*+ 44'
) :North squad after leading his ens of Insects and related r

S SeMil I ? w five to a Class B state championship pests who may decide to invade -

ie.+s. r ; and a perfect 33-0 your yard this summer, .

.1r, 't I Z9B :record. none is more destructivethan
RUY Aft) the chinch bug
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ROOMS .
These Insects are seriously
water.
ROOM damaging only to St Augustine -
SIPARATHY To make an effective home grass. They suck the because I
cleaner add 3 tablespoons of
Pay AsLittle plant juices through their .. Vr
boiled linseed 1 oil and 1 or :2
ej yye needle-like beaks and appar ?, ? 'ry h
tablespoons of turpentine to
other Internal
Asa ently cause
a quart of hot water. The
tl'f Injury to the grass, resulting
$35 turpentine out the dirt
gets
In yellowish to brownish
Down 4dayMake

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; NO RAFFLE NOTICES

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FREE 16 PC, PLEASE!
A Habit of Steady Savings and
Set of Dishes f. .s -.a,
11 PC..Complete ; ,4 I
with 3-Room r i In spite of repeated notices that we cannot You Too, Will Read a Story of Happiness
Group BEDROOM GROUP 'Wayne McLeod. shortstop.
Purchase. I was the team's leading hitter publish such material. The Telegraph Ahead in the Pages of Your Pass Book. '
Herek YourempUle r continues to receive requests for advertising -
Iin the District Tourney, &o-
Priced Roorw log 3-for-5 and 2-for-4. Including the sale of chances on various objects Open Your Savings Account Here )
for
Separately Ready a pair of doubles and by clubs organizations, and individuals.
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1595 Sle.ping.Priced a triple. Add to it Regularly Watch It Grow r

In the of the Post Office department
eyes!: '
to Dreams-Come True Size!
'b- a V 4 Does Your Wood such sale of tickets constitutes a lottery A

Separately ; ti and as! such cannot be sent through the U.

$158 .. Furniture NeedA S. malla. Calling the sale a "donation" does

w 4fr 4 Facelifting? not change the meaning in the eyes of Postal


Docs your wood furniture authorities.We with : 4112% -- 41/2% -- 41/2% -- 4112% -- 41/2%
need a face-lifting? are sorry that we cannot comply
5-PIECE
DINETTE Mrs. Roberta Hall, home requests to print notices of such sale of

Has Hi Pressure Plastic Top improvement specialist, Flor- tickets and subsequent "drawings. If we PER ANNUM:: QUARTERLY ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND

ida Agricultural Extension do, however, we run the risk of having that

Priced Separately $39.88 ServIce recommends cleaning issue of The Telegraph barred from the


I Ithe hidden and waxing beauty to of bring your out malls. j>y Savings and Loan Association ,

furniture. We would appreciate It if all clubs other ,

'-- : \ W. S. BADCOCK FUHN- You can clean furniture organizations, and Individuals would understand ,/1 Of Starke

T" woods by one of several out position In this matter and would

;? method, Mrs. Hall says that cease to submit such items for publication. 218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-0500
ITURE & APPLIANCE commercial creams and liquids -

V will chase dirt or will i 1 1I

r =}. ASSOCIATE STORE clean and polish at the same I BRADFORD COUNTY I Saving Makes The Difference!

time. She also recommends

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I MMM<: HI'Hair .MA LI I Kor1!.Inure. *>ntriii, .1| I In I <>AIIII'nlllnhriril >I inn-." i'r Jl I", f.-i t t. 't., MH hin p llv; VlndnlH .K Ditrbyrifputv H '
I Have Bile This Year .liil.} :Sit I.mill. I Mil: ''(") In, I till, r'lronlt!, NtfiU. "run Ih'n..p North,, HS ,I... Clork I
Dog Days Sharp .Wioinilunihor. :ittt H-y; eou..t ni tiruilfoiil, I Cnunii-' are's. :.ti:& iiiuuuIt.'a t.iau: i a '!'.. \\|M.... It Mitv, f .....-..n I 'I"rld". I will 'aell I h" I'rl>I'- I of y 1U i fi.pf to iM'Int. ofT'lflrtMhftt \ at l.nw
Yo.I, '1110 I li.'icl\" iiotll'leil Hint arty" Mil 1111,1, In rirailfnrilVitinly $ hell''ii'ii'I a'11'. il 12 tIitrIiisVt. National/ Hunk
' !!ho' fiill'. "uliiK ii",I.'t.'u i. vehk-iv: ( P'lttrlil ilowti. .lli..>'ii ,uii. 2. Kin I''
'I This year's "dr>K days"sharper pened twice in Starke this I Cricks and Romans/ noted : ma us sacrificed!: red-haired dog days generally are more 'Mill k,i.) I."''01',1'H", ( ) mail.i.MniIrl A pnrllim', ..r Lot t 11. Ho-tlim. I tin...'H. "' 11 ml\\'ltd fin,pro'ill\o Shut tin.'.nit'' IIUI1III lug. Jiii-kiMinvllU" It .T/Z 4. "I
hove a bite than. summer, with power being& that Sirius rose with the I I puppies in the spring. I uncomfortable than the rest I I ) I II I (Hcilfll. Number) J'l. Tiivtnulilii. .' Snulli. Range now M nut l heren ftr "n u..,,(Id 4 I
usual off for more than an hour in sun at midsummer, the hot- : One of the oldest and most of the year because of an In- I1K11TI11.171,I.\,: will. bit Buld ntItlllilli 'Jl! KIINI. i>.C Wmiillntvn, "iibillxliiliui '- 'Inn* i. H,i..I I fixture nt in, li..""Ithi'oiM 1 I d.
r ili jit 2: :to ,p til\ n'Ll'nknil .. mi!: RIGHT roiNT i.e lit
Slnc-e July 3. the traditional HH IM-I ,iilut llurpiif' rui.rlr.1 mill nil r"'H., l II.- j jBU
one shutdown. test time of the year. Thus persistent super tituUons fern.il combination of heat ltl. ;ilh .
i iltv I of \ILS''I lit I 1'IUtf( ,
j In orlKlnnl, "I'I''H', I n..I'H'H' < *". iiorp''u1, ,a, ."II,.1 pmrimm I I way jroa wrli*.. Com In aDd
stait of dog days. much of According to National Geographic I the) Romans called this pei- |, holds that clog days cause and humidity I ill I llullili f'lieinlil" fliuku.l ( liniiun. a,( I miirliiiii' ('tat criiinn, into I'> a* t t.in I I ESTER
the country has sweltered In Society persons unfortunate loci dies canlculaies. or dog dogs to go mad. Actually.nsedt'al By July and l 11 Inrlilii Th.. I imiiKDilt' uf tlivMll)4 Hook Mo I ). lingo I 17. of 'the from, .,i III| |1"'tntt'''.''. n 11 ,ofu sorlrct ynur ntOt1te
continuous 00-plus; and 100- enough to be August ,/ ) .> Will lll MppliPlI ril'Ht" lu the, "Iu b 1k' t itrurilfi, of I4ri,ii ford h lIi 'a r" 1 tuatulnt, withinand I Bits /OK founutb. pm.GRAPH. TELLs!:
that
with-I days. I reports show en r tii Is well warmed 1/\// "lut) ,mi-fit. 1 of ,tin i "'I.NtC "f rvtatkInw. I',,"nl/, l-'lnililn' I and' l being Ihr r"r..It'1I' ,cI".er'I,, ,. .
degreo temperatures.It out fir conditioning' ; The traditional season ran inblei occurs more often in ocerm\ have lost their .,8t"'I' lug. suIt Bills, of mil'l, tnnro iiurtli. ii Iii ny ilnBurllietl 1 as thn tmli..m1iim, tin, i <..
ia all the more notice- dog days may follow the I from sprlm and fall than in summer ,111.11 ti>\ohhli I,l' unil lha coat nfPlllllll tot Iowa""* of Him. all\ 1"m.. .
July 3. 20 days before chill. Days still ]long aurt ,
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'litlllll'1 Vf lltlt ICfl
able In this since June 1 I (' <*,lai ,li,'1 It. until. ,it",1 >.id.. i I'
area. simple advise given 2,8no' '111"II1I'fl'r III I I HIM' iVol'tllMIHtI'irnpr H
the simultaneous appearanceof the sun bents down fieicely' (tI... I.. lie miti. ..r.rMin\( i>rthe .
was an unusually] cool] month yea.. afro by the Greek I li'iliinio, ilun., a,,,Iur tin* .'on- of nfuriiHuiil' l 1.,1 I II Cud h'Ulllllff. IIII-hI MK.* 1 .re.- TJi&[ i
poet I
the bun and Sirius to And.her supers, !It.utlou say fiom hi'jh in tho aky. I tlinx "inn Ihniii'H) ,,, In \\antiilv, illivctliiil Htl'ifr. I lliflitlnir. pluiut.l-itf' ,, '.
-for June -with nlghtlm Hestort: "Whel Sirus pnrehpi 1 I inui' mlth J. (1.) Wrluht--Kt vntilnliiiK'' "irrlMTiitf,I .milpiiw ,
( .1
Anoint 11. 20 after Hluiiff t ihn NortherlyImtim1irv
days that tree slashed during" .
a As trmpoiature! rise more I I'lO: .Jecltiu.nvtIP>. florliiu. .. ,. .
temperatures, several] head t", 'rn"t. illnt I 'r-r' .ysI.ut.( it"n In"II. 4HMplluiii
on occasions and and "
; knees th"bofy ius; is on a slightly dog days will die, nr matter mol'tUl'e evapora t..s. The I iiivniliiir. Iho fhiuni'iiitf, of aiiltlinntoi 20(I a en.'eoc "... ftxmr* i. .lIlt.
Sh'-I fwt "' "ro..r InHH, to
dropping:, Into the50's. Is dried by reason of 'I ah"1 \ '' vi'hlfln I, Any KuriiluMuill \ .
up .
schedule now. hut dog how .Hi7hl the Injury. becomes muRiiy From every I HID (WirHti-ily, boitnilniv, nf. t IliailRltt 'iipptii'tcniiin\ i i". u hi. )"i II5i'ul u I
It was perhaps the the hpat then sit In theihade i' still comb in July and / No SulmminffNot p-,nrt, ocean liver and will I ,iiinnln 1,11 .pistil)111\l to lilr ynit fur mil lilly bnl-3011. nf WilY <,f n i I irriid. .il (oniin. or niuy*'. /In, "i'''Hf> > i i II>> i iItiln .
coolest: June on l'ecord-but and drink." 1y rn"rl1111: \ I hill,'"> Smitli, I AcM'trrrPi. ) I "" to' nr hi IIMI r| wit I
ust. itni. i ri'iii, :thittiK, tiiiiiIt' UuilrtrH.ilil : ; :, : I
I I sticnm. valor Is Into
drawn ,
too ionic many In XHM
July] "has made up for ]lost Crlnht, Dolt Star 'I nso\ I itmtrnrt'Iiiiiinl, :110) ulnuitop )KiiHt HlunK, or on pt IUHI
ML.takenly. the Greeks parents forbade children toKo the nil at the rate of some Fliiitnri* C'lirpomtlunor HuliIYOHterly. boumlnry, it INliini'v | .- t-vi'ii tlioiitfh, i h\' IM-,, ,ihlit .1.IlIlItIlt
time. s
Slrlus) is the name of the and Romans thought that I ftulmminc: in den divs! 18 million tons! a second. ( I llKlni'in, ... Klmiila, Iiruncli at (H3i:; fort( t to 'nil t' 1,t'i.ui IIr ,I..tll' lIli'.l' I
Instead of worrying about brightest vblble] istar 281 iiitHki. > fur point nf hivlniilnu, .' |Mllih| Hilt"I''. ,to,, 1 i I. 11 I {,11i'nil ,.
mad dons and other ]legend Sirius\& was adding: i its heat to when lake water was thought Eventually the molstui e Hit* ,, 1 I'r'> '>,tn, .....h'l' nf liuqrlunlnx I 111119 I \lir>M ItirMt, f.. IH'IIlir .
I times brighter than the sun. the /sun's as they rose and I I 1.0. be polluted. It was a practical will return' A'I rain snow. or I llv( 'ot Ii'.Iniiii'B..tlt.n il 5Igt.I Mluiilutnn'. teustIll'ul, [ ronttniiv Hniith) n ,ili I .. I KtiHt: |>oor. ary clanijers% of the scason'l Its clear blue-white llvhti I set tosethcr They blamed ban. for many lakes and j I some other form of preclpa- I I' ii Uox 771), C.nlnoiiIIIu.. KrrppH, 3n .inlniiteN. Kant: nl"IIJT l'<'u tit y ('"u"lh". HIM, ,in. st t ,11, u
present-day I miirlvi" "Htorlv' hiuiiiitary*1 u .1 I"- l"I"I.I" ,o. I III ,1VM |II| I Ih" I....,,, ,
mark the con.sU llation Ca- i the brilliant stnr for fleld- pand: become covered with a tlcm But while moisture\ Kliiliilit, ,.. .
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tiinf nf a 10 fi'i.t to II I 0''
concerned about power fullures !i I It 7/3S an >"I"'.11'' I ) II 111 1111121 no' i> ti i it 1\\
caused by overloading] nis Ma ::01'. "the Oreitcr| withering: droughts. midsummer declrlely unpleasant scum of retained in the air it cause Ktaka.. : run tl>eni'i> "South' .K ili.HrriiPH .- t lu* 'tOth <.1 ln> of .\ un'HI' \ I I"I. I
, sickness! end the deathof algae in midsummer. stick'misery and endleurepe.ttJol'I ::1:1: inlntiti'i Wnat. .n dl")! \ late
electric circuits with air Do?." so SIrius became i green %it'rItIu, nf 'Mtl.HNi til. ....II..r. lit) feat to nn li'""n' (8tL) I
conditioners. This has hap-:, known as the Dog Star. I farm animals To appease ,' Though Sirius makes nOI : of "It's not the I ::: >".... I H Imirby' \ given. that. I stake. run' thance North 0 d"1 1:1I"1t1.I: .\ I'I'I." \ I
I the Inimical star. the nor contribution to the heat this' heat it's tho humidity. PIIIHIIIIIII'' tl H Kllllll: I>e..!.<.(> Of ",'0"", ;10' inlniilea. M'.nt a Clnrlc *">/ "'n;' ,Milt. ( ",11, I
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Mrs. Hoffman I Funeral Rites ,I


: Of State FarmServices Held SundaySamuel ,I NEW CAR PRICES : .,, \ rAY:>!jV

::1 'f.' It_'tt!:" 4/::' ",,;i J 11 .

were heLl Tuesday W. Whitehead. 73. '

July 26, for Mrs. Mnrjjaret L., of Lester Johns Road Rout* I''I

Hoffman. :53 of the State I 2. Storke. died Thursday.I: Q
Farm at Raiford. who died in
Julv 21. In a Onlnpsvlllp hospital I'I

a last Ta1Joahll Saturday>lsc". mnrnlng Fla. hospital following ] after an extended Ill- !' .. .. ,' "l. ;.< .'
ness. ,, ,'.'
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]lln illness THIS IS III! '! ..
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A native: of Bradford County i .. .
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Mrs. Hoffman was born in hi hnd lived In this area Ii A"'. "" "'.'..'.'..."....r.: ""or" "I' )01-'" I."';'" "I,.. '
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New York City on April 24, ;,'f ';''Ii ..: .
all of his life; was a retired I: ,. !
'f' '"
1011 the daughter of the lite ",,, < f1:;" .
fmmcr. n member of Ih..I' <
Eugene and :Mary!\ Klchle: .

lent Lynch. 'tif She the had State been Farm a rcxl-for and Pine Woodmen Level 'Baptist of the Church World. Our Time Is Running Out. We ) v.'. f t / Q
SurvivIng Is his widow.:, ,
the past five years coming ir'5 ; 11,0.
here from Lakeland She Agatha NormanVhtte: .
Fin.
was a member of St. Edwards head; four daughters.! Mrs. Must Move All New 1966 Ford

Catholic Church of Stnrke Nina Pan ish. Lake Butler; .
I Surviving 'her hushand Mrs. Hazel Riulerson.: Jacksonville :: '
are
Philip F. Hoffman Sr., of R.U- : Mrs. Helen KllckerOceanslde. Cars and Trucks Now

ford: three sons: Philip F. Calif.: and Mrs. . a U74LQi' JQf-- ,

Hoffman Jr. of Lakeland; I Ruth Alexander. Cincinnati
Richard :M.: and Robert I-J.. Ohio: four sons. J. B. A. B. '
I SAVINGS You Won't Believe. p'A .
both of Rttlford: two broth- and Leslie Whitehead all of T
ers: Owen R. Lynch of Long Lake Butler and Allen i Q'4,
Island New Yoik and Evan I Whitehead of Petersburg

Lynch of New York City: four Va.: two sisters, Mrs. Julia I
.4
niatera: Mrs. Katharine L. Johns, Lake Butler. and Mrs. '

Wall of Brookfield Center Lydia Johns Raiford: 36

Conn., Mrs Florence Lawler grandchildren! : and 14 great I
Mrs. Jessie Keatlcv. and! Miss"' grandchildren. WILLEGAR MOT'QRS'TREMEI3DOUS

Id"\t." :! Lynch nil of New Funeral services were held

.tI'; York City. nnd two grandchildren I at 3 p. m. Sunday in the

'F Michael K. and Theresa Pine Level Baptist Church

I Marie Hoffman both of with Rev Donald L. Ramsey I
"
Lakeland. officiating.! Interment was In'', ;
I Services were held from St. the family plot in Sapp ALLOWANCE t
SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM HIGHEST TRADE-IN
Edwards Church at
Catholic Cemetery near Raiford. under .

.'I. Stnrke vrith-FnHifi"Edward* dliectlon of DeWltt C. .. e..t...
A. Klrhjr ornrtatlngr Burial Jones Funeral Home. '..
In HUlcreBt: Memorial LOWBANKRATES 36MONTHSTOPAY.
was
Active pallbearers wer?: U U .
Park in Gainesville. Wayne
Parrlsh. Charles i
Whitehead. Junior Whitehead ,

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Phone 96D-3281 P. O. Box 238 200; W. MADISON ST.
gargantuan savings; qrrr-all-' fords.
140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla. AT I Phones 96133.1 9"1.3391( .< Falcons. Fairlanes Mustangs! Hurry!

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.. PAGE MX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB. FLORID TJ1tIRSD.\V. .WLY 28. 1988


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Clyde TcrwHlojyar and other "' I sonville Fla.ClIURCJI no evening service. assisI your correspondentwith

officer and committee chairmen NEWS Queen's: Day will be observed -, the news for the next
-H NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
------ -- ---r with two weeks. Please phone
in a club assembly to reVIew Modt people read many Sunday. Aug. 28, I
,
plans and projects for t >', .. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY periodicals. and books, but activities leading up to that your Items to her at 964-

the new L. '1, .>I.,., secondhand experiences are date. All captains are walking 8521.
,
I I I _- not enough( to live on. Duringthe veiy hard to iaise the

yesr..Let's I RECREATIONIn would like to become members week of August 1-12, quota. THE RIGHT POINT for the
I : softball action last week are urged to attend. people will be sharing Chrls- There will be "A Trip, WilY you write. Come In and

Go the Lincoln City boys defeated I tlon experiences that are Arou.id; The World" on Frl-i, Nt'lmt your favorite KSTRKIIROOK -

.' Reno by a score of 11-1. CARDS OP THANKS personal and:! a part of New day July 29, starting at 8 p.1 fountain pen. TELE
.Let's The family of the late Jenny Testament evangelizing. You m. The tlip will begin at the
Lincoln City took the lead I GRAPH.
I Covington express many home of Joe Morris and will
in the bottom of the first are Invited to attend these
thanks to lends for the acts !seivices at Pleasant Drove continue to the homes of
. .. I, inning by scoring 2 runs.Reno of kiudess in their bereavement ", members In this order:
Church
Baptist near Keystone -
.. surged ahead 4-2 in
By Uervey Sharpe Editor I May the Lord bless HelvhU' (Speedvlllel. Sarah Morris. Bessie Lee.
top of the 6th on grand slam
Florida Agricultural Ex- each of you.-The Covhigton John P. Franklin director of Clara Cohens. Marie McOee
. : home run by Tyrone Blye.
: family. Willie James Randolph, Lou
. Evangelism and Mission Ed
Service
tension
But the lead dUn't last long. I.
: I'
We wish to thank our ucation. ise Sroxton. Maurice WhIte.
with Lincoln City coming
.. many friends:! for their The officers and Willie Searcy, and Bernice
back In their half of the Inn- pastor
Try the trusty zinnia. If ing, scoring 5 runs and put- thoughtful expressions dur- memjprs! of Antioch Baptist Morris.
!I you have about run the ting the game out of reach ing the illness and death:! of Church will hold services at Members will use their I
sister, Mrs. Sarah Ter- cars on the trip, and there
flow our
gamut of the alphabet with 4 more runs in the 8th Melrose on Sunday, Aug. 21.
:
. rell. Special thanks to Mrs will be: many good things to ,
.. er-wise. on 3 errors. Rev. George Lee and Rev. '
.. Jessie Mae Barry Mrs Marie buy and eat. Also "
long-lasting
Ed Peck These giant. The Junior Baseball Team Jenkins visited the church I
!lowel s aie sure to add bril- will play Melrose Juniors at Whit; and Mrs. Emma Williams last Sunday when the pastor, games Come out In""reSting// ,2

=: Rotary Clubchallenged liant color to your garden the RJE diamond this Sat- Mrs Tiulcy Allen Rev. L. W. Thomas. preached the fun.

during! the hot days ahead. urday at 2:30: m. Mr. and Mrs. Arata Williams. '| at I 11 a. m.. and Deacon Willie This activity is being sponsored -,
To p. I in the Interest ofQueen's
= For the odd and the unusual Jackson asks all fans to sisters. I I Blown\ led devotions at .1
. the varieties FOR SALE: The Jim Wal- the Day. The public Is
Membership plant evening! hour.
: Up come out and enjoy an exciting -
invited Mrs. Bessie! Lee
Stick ter Coiporatlon has a nice 2
such as the Peppermint game. Qieiter Allen Chapel AME
Qalnesvllle outlined his ten- Dark Jewel will produce a sale. Directions: take 301 to
$It be open after the for pastor: Sunday School 10 a. I :
point "Dare to Be Different" flower with twisted and the enjoyment of teenagers.game Lawte:'. turn right on 225. m. Joe Morris and Mrs. E. Services for the Ir.te Mrs .e ,

program at the Starke Rotary pplky petals. GIRL SCOUTS Oo t:> 2nd road turn right Thompklns will lead the dis Matilda Floyd of Lhwtey will II _

Cjub'a, luncheon meeting Wednesday Dahlia Flowered. California go three-tenths mile, turn cussion. "How shall I use the be held Monday, July 31, at

Olant and Super Olant Girl Scout meetings will left: 1st house on right Only Lord's Day?" Missionary service 2 p. m. at Mount Zion AME I a i

"He challenge the local club are eye-catching with mammoth resume Saturday, Aug. 13. at $50 down and balance like at 11 a, m. with messageby Church. Lawtey. II
to Increase its membership by blossoms. 3 p. m in room 22 at RJE. rent. Call 388-0161, Jack- the pastor. There will be NOTICE
cent Emory Prevatt Jr. Is Selected All members and girls who Miss Juanita Griffin will I
at J least ten: per during Zinnias are easy to grow. \

the present year, and to adopt The essentials are hot '.
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. at least one new project of weather and sunshine. So, Outstanding 4-H Camper -

communltywide benefit. Peck select a sunny spot for the

alao recommended that the flower bed. Next loosen the of that were shown In
Emory Prevatt, Jr., son project
club' designate Its president- soil with a spade to a depthof Fair."
Prevatt the Bradford County
elect rather than Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
. in the fall
,
r
12 Inches or more
of the
the to that he of Starke was selected asoutstanlng Emory Is a member
in < spring
During the be sure
process at 4-H Bradford County 4-H Livestock -
time to : camper
have more pre-
wpuld tree I
invading
to remove which
himself for his duties be- Camp at Cherry Lake last Judging Team,
- fore pare taking: office In July. roots from the bed site. I week: by the 90( boys and girls I placed first at the South- I
These Intruders will give you
attending from Bradford and eastern Fat Stock Show and
' At a dinner meeting Tue later by robbing the
grief
I
Clay Counties. the Gainesville Area Steer
tey night the District Qover.npr I flowers of plant food and .
met with club presidentS water. plus stunting Prevatt was also voted the Show and the Sale county, and at represented the 20 word or lend, one Insertion" MmnoriaM, Resolution. etc. fJl"l'lay Ad In Classified. Sorties:

After clearing outstanding cabin leader Florida. State Fair last February (minimum charge) ?_,.-.-?----- 1.00 Per word -____________________ .03
growth'l' and led his cabin to being selected 91.50 per Inch-llrst InxerUun..
bed-site debris of four If not paid In advance ._______- 1.25
He was one
"Honor Cabin" by the Cards. of Thank. : Up to 60 word
area with a generous county delegates attending Keyed, coded, or blind ads

y We of commercial fertilizer. Mix agents also: and served camp as staff.chairmanof Em- State 4-H Congress In June, (minimum charge) ______________ 1.25 (minimum charge) _________.____ -,.BO $1.25 per Inch after first Inwrllon..

''I the plant food Into the soil ory the Camp Council, composed where he served as a delegate Each additional word over 20-------03 her 50 words: per word_________ .0:> ,
. INCINERATORS and rake the bed smooth before of 4-H members from to the State 4-H Coun-


S I I Plant seeding.the seed no more each of the cabins leadership' in camp.to cil.Emory Is presently servingas Insurance Problems? HASTINGS; MATTRESS I INSt'RANCK FOR SALE-Bilck home, oak -HE SURE TO SEE: WORLD

I than one-eighth Inch deep I and insure provided: the campers ,;:,'\rtlcl-I president of the Starke fall: the \Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED RATES [loon. 3 bechcorns. l''j'\ bath BOOK before buying any

I and don't firm the soil too pate in all camp act.vities. 4-H Club and promises to "KEYSTONE"George 710 Lemon St. IMlatka AUTO FlitS, BOAT family room or dining area \ other encyclopedia M. A

I much. In fact you can pack Before attending camp. I be instrumental in the organization E. I Furniture Repaired DOYLE E. CONNERLVSVRANCE Enclosed garage. Double lot Payne, your local representative
LaRue
. the earth with the light Emoi"! completed a fat steer of Bradford Coun- Upholstered & Refinished AGENCYtfchg 1023 Palm St. Tim Warren. since 1958. Box 626,

'. pray from the garden hose. project by showing. a red t ribbon ty's first 4-H Council. Keystone Heights :MATTRESSES REBUILT I 969-2451, tfchg I Phone 964-6793 tfcng

: In warm soil zinnia seed steer in the greater Thirty-four Bradford boys Consultant For All Your ,
New hinersprings!l HAVE SEVERAL OPENINGS
germinate' within a few day Gainesville area steer show and girls attended the camp Insurance NeedsReprelienUnw Myers Power Tools
In Ma..a\
and Box SpringsDrop MARY CARTERPAINTS : Priest Kindergartenf
: I' and produce seedlings that and sale. He is also continu- last week.recorded .
the >> I's: A Card or Call 1936-1967.* Make reserva- A rca Headquarters-For
most likely outgrow and a horse Great American Ins. Co.
. .. I ing a livestock I'ALATKA EA 5-91GB tions now. Call 9Q4-8941. l..n'nmoweMJ I Power Tool)
.. weeds. However for fastest
Tho Travelers Inn. C'o.:
.. flower growth be sure to pullout Tel. 473-4692 MRS. I-f-OGY SH.\LLER 4t chg 728'! MK'tillorh Chain Saw.
Day
<:< the weeds promptly as dicament then give the In 1965. the average I 473-4325 Nltes 209 E. Adkliut St. No. 381Reduced Pumps & Water System

they are a hog for water and plants something to lean up of which ended In six yearsof Auto>> fire Home Business Stilrk AgentELECTRIC Attractive 2 bedroom BrlggH Rental. .& Stratton Engines;

plant food. on. Green twine attached:! to married life. However. 13 Monthly Payment Plan HOISTS Complete Line home situated on 4 acre Sales Mervlco
BOAT
When zinnia seedlings send green stakes and strung two- per cent of the couples had I built to order. Machine! work.- ofPAINTS tract 2 acres tillable and 2 Galnesvlll 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.

forth their first true leaves. thirds the height of the been married 20 years or acres pines. fenced! storage 176S411ttch&
,
sure are...nnless they're Insulated children were ONE STOPMASONRY Boat Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES .
they thin them to stand 8 to 10 plants. will help the flowerIng more. Minor \ bulldHt. Reduced to $7000
*k. .l/iif/ Hercules Mufti 01 steel file.' in 85 cent of I Brown's Repair Shop Rt 1,
Inches apart for the small plants to stand up and involved per SERVICE for quick sale.
Uninsulated' steel' tiles Intensify. heat' : Box 363. Starke I IKlngsley FOR RENT- and 3 bedroom
III'thai' In case of fire business records flowered varieties and a full wave their blossoms sky- the divorces. I No. 421'Kingsky louses
. art charred 'to a crisp (aster than .if, 18 Inches for the giants. Delayed ward3. Extreme cruelty [179 per Ready MIX: all .sizes 1 Concrete Lake. tfthn For All Purposes Lake lake front Aljo furnished and unfurnished -

. (hey were outside the files. And that' thinning will result in Sp?re the twine so as to centl and desertion (117 per Block) ail type Sand; WANTED Rural acreage I summer home 4 rooms, bath apartments and du
s big reason why 43 out of 100 firms Precast Untel.l. Everything plex. 324 N. Cherry St. Phone
MVM recover after losing their records stunted growth and few flow form 8-inch squares. For centJ! were major legal causes necessary for concrete nui- OoaJ location for homes. VINYL large tndo&ej:: : screen porch BC9-3323.: ttchg

M a lire See a Hercules Insulated ers. only a few spindly plants It of divorce. Only 28 per onry con.traction. Bufoid! Mitchell P. O. Box: Bath all<1 boat houses pilv-

hie today If you can't bring yourself I will be easier to stake each cent was contested. The wife< "'e will meet any price. on I 238, Pil 969-3281. tfchH Upholstering ate dock. Call for terms and

I I to thinning then it is likely plant and omit the maze of was granted divorce In 68 all material within ur d- price JOBS OPEN

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH the plants will grow spindly- strinnr per cent of the decrees.A ford County ANI) STILL FOR TENT 2 bedroom unfurnished Material STROUT REALlY C'urb (line andValtreue*

tall and will fall over when Inspect the zinnia bed MAINTAIN QUALITY house in Hampton 2117 N. Temple Ave. Hunt<*4l In town.
I decked out with a giant-size each afternoon. When there NIFTY BRUNCH IDEA Ph Waldo 4iH-104a tfchu Values To $10.00 ttr. s. son]

blossom. If this Is the pre- is the slightest sign of droop- When planning a brunch for BRADFORDENGINEERING MARRIED COUPLES WANT I I Phone 9R9-3491. Starke Latile" SO to 40 local store.

ing !leaves, flood the soil. the girLs and you feel stuck for' ; CO. ED for Cottage Parent work. $3 YARD FOR SALE Start In !Kept.!
I crib and
Baby
the leaves
I Don't sprinkle what to consider Ph. 96 1-2521 Starke Will also ,take Dingle persons.
serve. mattress. Practically Ne-
I because!: you are Inviting new. Young I"ne 18
Minimum education 10th
II j or Over.
'trouble' from mildew. If this "Creamed Eggs and Carrots." COME: OUT TO THE OLD grade. KINOSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor ver used. Ph. 782-3538, Lawte.y.4tp .
Age 21-04. State Retirement, I High School Grad. Only
BEEF SALE disease!! !chows up. apply either It's colorful dish can be Trading Post and browse a- I Social Security, 2 s.tle.: Write or call V. Q 8/4 $1.73 hr. to !Start!

a sulfur dust or a neutral kept hot If things run later I roun..... You will 1 find bargainsyou vacation, I sick! leave bf'/lcl\tt.1/, McCoy JI'. P. O. Drawer 1148 COTTAGR or Site for House!

copper spray. than expected. and needs only, can't afford to miss in Shifts run from 6:30: am. to'' or phone 37U-7290 Gainesville !- Trailer for Rent. Shade Trees. No fee charged unless He

i For more blossoms. pinch general run of furniture electric -I 2:30: pm: 2'SO: p.m. to( 10-20::: Pla tfcMl! I and good water $1000 per Had you a job.
salad for
and dessert accom-
ROUND SHOULDER It: out the bud of each zinnia appliances sinks, water I p.m. and 10:30: p.m. to 6:30: HOUSES month. A. J. Thomas, Realtor.

.STEAK LB. 79 I plant Just before the plant Is I paniment. pumps, ,refrigerators wash pots,, tools hubcaps, radios a.m. In general married' couples House\KOAI.N and 1 acre of land with Tel. 964-5701.: CentralEmployment
,
I about to set a single flower work on same shift. Please
'" boats also metal lumber deep well $30 dawn easy payme.nta. FOR SALE ONE
roofing OF THE
I contact Personnel Office, Sun-
bud. This delay flowerIng -
RIB may \ .,
STEAK From Starke go easton
: windows, Just about any- land Center, BEST MOTEL BARGAINSIN
It will Training
a few days, but
thing you are looking for. We ville. a.1Ine"1, Hlwny 100 3'I miles left FLORIDA. 14 well furnish SERVICE
: -CHUCK UOAST OR cause: the plant to send up 12 Wides. buy sell and trade. 2V. miles on Qilfns Loop road. Go 1 ed units TV, air-conditioned
.59 two or more flowers for a II | e. north ALL TYPES of lawn mile house on left. _3.13-A N. Temple. 969-S741
STEAK LB. of Starke on 301. Leon- mowers Crane :plumbing, tile baths
I bank of blossoms rathen I ard and Griffls 7/21 and machine nhnrpened. NEAR STATE PRISON Bates
Custom Made Ruby 2tp saws spreads, etc. Owners HAY FOR SALE. Phone 969-
.
I than single bloom.
.tIB ORBRISKET a Calvin Johns, 332 N. Water, Big 2 bedroom home completely quarters. equipped with Food- 3434.
Finally, for the fanciest !I For Florida Living finished with hardwood tfchg
-' I REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL : Ph. 9641411. tfchg orama, Norge range, Hot Point
: :: LB. .39c
cut flowers. try covering floors. From Raiford takeSanderson USED G.
1 E. Refrigerator
] Get More I NURSES-NIGHT DUTY washer Hot Point dryer, etc good
some plants with cheesecloth COMBINED INSURANCE CO. road about 2 miles all like condition, not stored. Phone
YOU new condition. 373:
ONLY.
((4-12 and 158

FRESH I I 12-8)), Needs two aggressive. sales- turn left on. 3rd dirt road. Go
I before the first flowers are For Your $ $ bed feet: on US. 301 Priced to 364-2061. ltp
.GROUND BEEF LB. .39c to The filtered general hospital for men- men to travel IS counties In 200 yards! turn left house on sell.
ready open. Reasonable
; terms to responsible -
light and protection from Insects No Salaried or Commissioned tally retarded, Residents, all N. E. Fla. :0! clay week. Mustbe right.IS. buyer. Write or KINGSLEY LAKE waterfront
clinical areas except obstet 21, bondable and good 1 char- C'OLOKEI) cottage 3 bedrooms for rentor
of EmployeesDAD SECTION'I
SMOKED make flowers Bill
-FRESH OR super rics. I phone Summers, Starke
Starting salary] $380 : acter. $600 mo. guarantee to Semi-finished sole. Write Box S3 P. O.
low
color and "' payments.
clear Tel. 964-5801:
slant size. 8/11
: .PICNIC LB. .43c I & BRAD LARSEN monthly. 40( hour week, six ,I start after two weeks in I From Starke take Lawtey road I 4tp Box "A." Shirks, Fla. Ztcg 84|

superb quality. I IiTeenage LIKE TO WORK paid Holidays 12 days paid j j'I school with expenses paid about H mile to Williams sub BOY WANTED for general!

FRESH FLA. GRADE A Annual Leave, accumulativeSick Write or call H. B. Cronlse division on Estelle St. turn yard work, must be 16. 16 RETIRED COUPLE WANTS

FRYERS LB. .35c Brides I YOU Benefit! Leave, meals and Sales Mgr. 10875: Player Rd right house fronts on Oak St. hours per" week year-round. SM HOUSE WITH YARD
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: On The IncreaseIn I dry Insurance optional at minimum laun-I W., Jacksonville, Ph. 7682001.2tehg back of lot on Grove St. -- I Good pay for dependable boy. ING FOR IN YEAR OR NEAR AROUND STARKE.WE LIV-.

IN PIECE-NOT SLICED payroll 7'2S HOUSING SERVICE CORP. Apply 1031 W. Madison after
FloridaHalf I All Sizes on Display State Retirement end I P. O. Box 1214. Atlanta. Ga. 5 pm. August 1. 2tch? 84 CAN AFFORD $45: mo.
SMOKED BACON LB. .59c 8-10-12 WideaIV Security benefits. Apply to Director FOR RENT Lovely 2 story : Call 524-0644 Collect for Mr. : Write Box P, P. O. Drawer"A

the women marrying I of Nurses, Sunland home of Klngsley Lake. 4 I Lee. 2tp 7/28 MAID wanted S days a week. :" Starke. Fla. 2tp 8/4

WE GIVE GREEN BACKS last year for the first time Baths 1 Training Center Hospital. P. bedrooms, 11,. bath. Available :I I; Care for children and make WANTED TO
were teenagers. the State' and Expandables O. Box) 1150.: Gainesville, Flor. Sept 1 to June J. $175: per: mi). SINGER LOMTIC: I meals only duties. Call 964- RENTRoomwith

Green Backs are redeemable right here in our Board of Health reports I I Ida. riione 376-5331. 4tp 8]11 Call Gainesville FR 2.2793. CONSOLE MODEL Sewing I i 8325: Itp Retired some cooking equipment.
clean Has
man habits.
store No sending off or waiting-Green Backs This was an 11 per cent Increase New and Used I StchK 8.'25 Machine. Must place in your KINGSLEY LAKE cottagesfor lived in Stark since 1947.

,'. are redeemable for groceries, meats vegetables over 19S5. I I WANTED--A wheel -alignment FOR RENT' -- 3 room fume area. A-l ahape. Zlg Zags, rent. Modern conv.. private Write "0," P. 0. Box Drawer"A

Your choice of anything in our store-Start HaVIng Only 18 per cent of MM 8-Yr. financing available Job. Got one 'of them sportsI ished apartment with central etc.buttonholes< Sold fancy for designs$300. docks. Opened t July 30 to Au- ," Starke. itp
new over
: men married last year were I cars tread width not very heat. No children, or pets. $13:
them today! And remember- 1! gust 6. I will be at the lake.
wide. :MUST SACRIFICE Just pay :MILLIONS OF
teenagers compared with 13 Use Our Rental-Pur- Theie'a an outfit called month. 204 W. Adkins. It :Mrs. Agin.! Itp RUGS have
1 per cent in 1983.\ 1 Vlsuallner with adjustable I balance $62, or assume $8 I been cleaned with Blue Lustre.

I "You Get It Back With Green Backs"PLANTATION The board said:! a survey of chase PlanPaymentsUnder I runways ,that will handle my FOR RF.NT1 2 be.lroom monthly payments. Will take : REGISTER NOW FOR FALL It's America's finest Rent electric -

i marriage statistics show thai $50 Per Month mall car. Man with VISUA- trailer and 11 bedroom trail. : older machine in trade Call i ADULT CLASSES. Starting shampooer, $1. Starke

4 Lb. Pk2S. for the 10-year( period. men LINER please help me. SLIM. er. Also trailer space with Credit Manager, COLLECT ', date September 6. Courses to Hardware Itchg

MEAL or GRITS 4 Pkgs. 99c who had never married were I I patios. Overnight parking. I Jacksonville 353-1946: any. 1 I run 18 weeks each Mondays
I SEE NORMAN H.
time. Will deliver. No obllgaI WILLIS
909-3291 969-1031 I
i REDUCE Phone or through Thursdays. Write Local
about three years older than front end vibration
NOWMobile Westmoreland l Trailer Park. I tion. 2tchg 7 28 SOUTHSIDE DODGE IN
LONG( GRAIN Director Drawer
SEE ALL and in 100.
women; that among ]piev-: I shimmy your auto with JACKSONVILLE FOR THE
lously divorced persons men I precision positioned wheel tfchg I WILL CARE FOR CHILD In Starke Fla 32091, Indicating' BEST NEW CAR TRADE

RICE 8 IBS. 99'22 I were about five years older Home Site I weights used ,to correctly balance FOR 'SALE --3 bedroom CB my home. Mrs. Jackie Hicks, courses wanted. 6tchg 9/1 ANYWHERE. LET'S TRADE

than women at remarriage your wheels on the finest house. with carport Plnehaven 624 N. Church St. Phone 9K4- FOR SALE OR RENT with "YOUR WAY. 4tchg 8/19

? OZ. PKG. MIX 'EM: UPGREAT Widowed men were approximately I AVAILABLE balancing equipment. FIRE- Subdivision. Small equity: and' 6821. lIp option. to buy. 3 bedroom CB

NORTHERN 4 Pkgs.S1DD. : nine years older than Full Lake Privileges I STONE. low monthly payments. Tele- I I house, screened t porch, fenced APARTMENT FOR RENTat
women at remarriage. Homestead Exempt- phone day 964-5151: : night FOR RENT OR SALE. .2 bedroom back yard. hardwood floors KIngsley Lake. For monthof

Big Limas | Of a total of 49.399 mar- Financing I BRAKES RELINED Drums I 064-6001 4tp 8,18 house corner Jackson 1372 Blanding St. Pay owner August Will sleep 5 people.

I riages In 1985-second onlyto and shoes ground for 100 percent and Thompson SL". J. T. Quiff- small equity and assume $60 Call C. H. Nasworthy 9645011.2t .
Black Eye Peasor 1 the record of 53,912 In Ht no breaking In. NOTHING DOWN 2 acres ley, P. O. Box S76, Starke or monthly payment. Contact chg 8/4

1943-53 per cent:' were first Lake Geneva Hydraulic and mechanical partially furnished t 2 bedroom \ phone 964-2661. 2tchg 8/4 James C. Saunders. 2201 Hull
I I house. $60 mo. Travel 2 mi. DIXIE
Baby Limas l.OOO PAPER CUPS
marriages; 16 per cent Involved Hnkaga checked.: Same day Rd. Klnston, N. C. Phone 523-
divorce.:;) persons; and t service. Call u. at FIRE- No. of Starke on U.S. 301. REGISTER NOW FOR FALL 5843. tfchg and dispenser 18.50 value -

both parties had been wido- Trailer Sales s sOa I STONE. turn Farmers right Market at 1st 7th road house beyond on I ADULT CLASSES. Starting County clone-out.Telegraph$4.CO. Bradford

wed in 4 per cent of the I right. John D. Ducar, 119 RIIn !- date September 6. Courses to KINGSLEY LAKE Large tf
Rout 100, One Mil SKKevton : BRADFORD 18 weeks house and dock lot extendsfrom
marrlnges. Fourteen per cent ROPING CLUB \ St. Lakeland Fla. Itp I run each Mondays < ,
of single persons of both' Heights Hampton Fla. -. Fish Fry through Thursdays Write Local Lake to paved road. For FOR DRESS MAKING and

sexes married divorced or I Open Sun. & Evening. Sunday July 31; Adults 7Sc: MAID-white. partim. $1 I hour Director, Drawer 100. I particulars writ or cell A. JI alterations for men and wom

\ WE STOCK A COMPUTE: LINE OF GROCERIES widowed Individuals. j ,. Children 50c. 1 p.m. Horse Write "Maid( ," Bradford! Coun- Stacks Fla. 32091 indicating I Thomas, Realtor Stark, Fla., en. See Mrs. Cecllu Bond at

Ap There were 29,029 divorce p frolic to follow flab fry. ftp I I ty Telegraph. Itp I course: wamttd. 6tchft 9/1 I Tel. 964-5701.( 104 N Cherry St. Stchg 8/11




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Proposed Amendment Seeks To Void FILES F i; :


Supreme Court's Ruling On ConfessionsMore CONFESS _
WITH TilE MILITIA

? Adjutant General Patrick
than 2,780,000 serious crimes! isfactory kind of evidence will now YOU IloUHton Inspects The

were reported in the United States either not be tried at all or acquitted Guard .
during 19C3-a six per cent increaseover if the state's evidence, minus -.. June 22, 1900 1

1964. y the confession is put to the test of The Bradford County

There were fourteen victims of !serious litigation." ', Guards were Inspected last

crimes per each 1,000 inhabi- Truman Capote, author of "In ./Cold : Saturday by Adjutant General -
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tants in the U. S. during 1965an Blood" the celebrated study of a mul- ,S S irkn Patrick Houston The

increase of five per cent over 1964 tiple murder, is among the many lay- I t\ $, adjutant general arrived

and 35 per cent over 1960. men who believe that the Supreme j jI from Palatka at 9 o'clock
and at 10:30( accompaniedby
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More than 5,600 murders 34,700 Court's restrictions interrogation jI
; on police -
Colonel C. P. Lovell, of
Out Of The Post
aggravated assaults with a gun; and ia a serious stumbling block to I h the 1st Regiment Major E.

more than 68,400 armed robberieswere the solution of many crimes.He I 1 f S. Matthews. Major E. L. Remember the day. when a good! horse wax. all much of

reported in the U.S. in 1965. says that the two criminals who Stewart and Lieutenant A. a .Htatwt symbol art a fine automobile l Is today If you don't

These figures are provided by the murdered a Kansas family of four "in : H. Johns, paid the Guards maybe you ran get' '' grandma or grandpa. to tell you aboutIt.
FBI's just released report on "Crimein cold blood" could never have been f "ta. ? an official vlslit at their .

The United States" and are par- brought to trial much less convicted, I fi armory.A These three dualling. horsemen. were photographed over
minute of the
ticularly distressing coming as they if they had refused to talk after the i company inspection was made, and 50 years ago In front of the' livery stable that once stood

do, hard on the heels of a recent Supreme crime had been committed.And then Captain Davis put about where Ragle': store In. located tmlay.'

Court decision that hinders police it will be interesting to watch cI 4 Ar them through the manual of The rurly-halred rider at right In C'lunde; Underbill who

and other law enforcement officers the application of the new Supreme } 'vtiI arms and field movements for now renlclen In Lakeland.'' The other two hornemen are un-

in their efforts to obtain con- Court ruling in the case of Richard an hour. At the conclusionof identified.. Anybody know who they are?

fessions from suspected criminals.The Speck, suspected of the savage mur- I : : the drill General Hous- Printed.. on an old, one-cent postcard, thin picture watt. contributed -
der I ton was Introduced to the
controversial Supreme Court of eight student nurses in Chicago by !\Int. O. R. Arvnrez of Route :2, Starke.
and made short
company a
ruling which was opposed by four ]Justices recently. Fortunately, one nurse escaped / / 'C" speech during the course of

and supported by five has promp- with her life and was able to :: jff which he complimented the L

ted Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. of North identify Speck as the murderer; but men very highly on their

Carolina to introduce a proposed con- if she, too, had been killed and there drill and soldierly bearing. NEWS And NOTES w,

stitutional amendment designed to had been no eye witness there would jf ( The armory had been

override the court's virtual ban on have been little or no hope now of tastefully decorated by lady For Today's HomemakersBy
criminal confessions. ever bringing Speck to trial for what friends of the company with

has been termed "the crime of the cen- bunting and evergreens and Martha Sue McCain
Senator Ervin reflected the viewsof tury." t. presented a very handsome

many Supreme Court critics when Justice Harlan has termed the appearance. A large numberof County Extension
he said the court had ". moved new ladles and gentlemen were Home Economics Agent h.
ruling a hazardous experimentat present to witness the Inspection -
through logic-shattering sentiment and a time when the crime rate 'h.. H'Why and drill. -- --
"stifling, procedures to favor the indi- "
is a problem of growing concern." He !L .. "' The call of the muster roll NATIONAL: FARM Statistics show that acci-
vidual to such an extent that the- ad- said the ruling had an ironic untime- : .. ,'. .: revealed the presence of the SAFETY WEEK dents kill more than 8.000

ministration" of criminal justice is ,.de- liness coming at a time when a mas- i,: J.1trr!. ..t-:,;,;;;,;;.,' .r "", )" tt''X'\ .t> ('t following officers and enlisted National Farm Safety farm residents each year. An
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feated. .
------ men: 700,000 or more
sive re-examination of criminal law- Week. July 24-30. will focus additional

Senator Ervin declared that under enforcement procedures is being undertaken Should He? Captain First lieutenant- J. R. Davis.J. D. attention on all farm haz- are victims of disabling In-
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the court requirements a police of- by the American Bar As- Alderman. ards and put particular em- juries.
ficer must from phasis on the prevention of The word "Safety" has become -
prevent a suspect con- sociation, the American Law Institute Second lieutenant F. A.I
fessing before he was advised of his and the President's Crime Commis- Moore. highway accidents involving a part of everyone'svocabulary

rights. "There is no reason," he said, Sergeants First. Tate slow-moving vehicles. but H is now imperative -
sion.Senator They Confessed But Can't Be TriedTwo Rural communities throughout that more be done
for the proposition that "persons Ervin's amendment would I Powell; H. H. Ross. L. R. Edwards Florida and the United than Just use It In conver-
charged with crime should be protected make and J. D. Wynn.
voluntary confessions admissablein States are expected to parti- sation. We must put safety
by law against their voluntary ad- evidence and prevent an appeals men walked out of a drop charges against Charles The Supreme Court ruled Corporals Noah Jones cipate in making the 1966 into everyday practice before

missions and confessions that they court from throwing them out if the Philadelphia courtroom as J. Smith and Edmund Burn- last month that suspects and and H, E. Fortner. safety campaign the most effective results can be expected.

committed the crime with which they trial court determination of volun- free men Monday after mur- Red. "It would be a miscarriage defendants must be warnedof Privates' W. Alvarez W. ever. Let's all do our Practicing safety during Na-
charged." der charges against: them of justice If, In fact right to counsel and to ''D. Adams, Ira, Andrews, E. part whether on the farm or tional Farm Safety Week can,
are tariness was supported by any com- were dropped because their they are guilty-but we will remain' silent In the face of A. Biirnsed, H. H. Benton B. not. This should be the concern create Ufa-saving habits
One of the dissenting justices, John petent proof submitted in that court. confessions! to the fatal beat- never know, because we can't questioning. Edwards Sam Friedman J. of all people every- throughout the year.

M.\ Harlan in writing his minority Since 19
opinion said the decision means a crimes reported in the U.S. has Inadmissible under a recent Another Judge' In a pre RPd voluntarily confessed to N. Jones. C. F. KalchO. Farm families and every- GOODS

gradual disappearance of confessions as risen 46 per cent with violent crimes Supreme Court decision. liminary hearing, had ruled the fatal beating of their 60- A. Knight, C. A. Knight, one working with agricultureare
a legitimate tool-to enforcement." And showing a 35 per cent rise and property "I hope this isn't one of I that the confessions of Smith year-old roommate they S. L. Kramer J. L. Levy. C urged to unite for safety Ars you having trouble
R. crimes those cases where because of and Burnsed to the crime! could not be tried for the L. Moitt. Carlyle Peek. N. A and In the reduction of accidents with mildew on shoes and
another dissenting justice Byron a 47 per cent increase.It ?
the new ruling, the guilty were inadmissible even murder because they had not Powell J. M. Prescott, J. W. during National otherfoods/ To protect
White said : "There is reasonto would seem about time that I ,
every some- persons are going free," said though they were "voluntary, been "Informed adequatelyof Sydboten, Leman Wynn. i Farm Safety Week. leather against mildew
believe that a good many criminal one expressed a little concern for the Judge Stanley M. Oreenberg not coerced, and given freelyby I their rights to counsel." sponge with, rubbing alcohol
defendants, who otherwise would have innocent victims of this tidal .wave of In approving the request to the defendants." Or use other chemicals -

been convicted on what this court has criminality, as well as for the rights 150 Bradford County Farms hexachlorophene salicylan-
previously thought to be the most sat- of those contributing to it. Ide. thymol and paranltro-

i d j jDear I Benefit From ACP During Year lone phenol-In per cent the same solution way in-

\ Never Felt Better Thank Farmer's Diary alcohol] Your druggist can
You A total of ISO( farms and billion dollars' worth of ACP get these chemicals and

By Sam McOarvey ranches in Bradford County conservation work. make the solutions for you.

In this month of July 1966, The because the vibration might cause him -' were Improved and their Program practices com- Shoe and luggage solutions stores packaged may
have the
(r conserved through farmsin
resources pleted on participating
Bradford Telegraph observes to miss his aim.Eightyseven idea of a cotton-picking ma-
County
especially for leather !goods.
Mr Matthews: I practices carried out under the county included establishing -
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of continuous chine was scoffed at, and today -
its 87th birthday anniversary, makingit years little This Is a letter that I could the Agricultural Conservation permanent vegetative Before sponging the article -
there Is or no
the oldest business institution in publication means that The Telegraphas of that by not leave undone. It Is an Program during the 12 cover to protect soil test the solution on a
harvesting crop
Bradford (County, and one of the old- a newspaper dedicated to public hand.: If we can explore answer to "High Praise for months ending June 30, 1986, planting trees for forestry small area where it will not

est in Florida. service has chronicled the birth and pace and hit the moon we High" by Arch Thomas Sr. Leaton Morgan Jr., Chairman purposes improving established show to see If it will changethe

Eighty-seven years ago Starke was death, the trials and triumphs the ought!! to be able to devise\ a Mr. Williams had nearly answered ASC County Committee \ vegetative; cover. Im- rotor of leather Do not

a town of dirt streets, board sidewalks joys and sorrows of four generationsin machine to pick a berry. !I It for me last week said today. These farmsare proving timber stand constructing use paranltrophenol on whiteor
For but I would like to get my Included in some 261 drainage ditches light-colored leather.
and lamps (Edison perfected the Starke and Bradford County. 00. I
gas I roadslead I I two cents worth in now.I participating In ACP duringthe and irrigation ponds and Treat both the Inside and the
incadescent bulb the same year that seventy-three of those eighty-nine I All farm-to-market( As a former berry picker, latest' 5-year period. planting summer and winter outside of shoes; repeat ad
The Telegraph was born1879butit years it has been under the ownershipof to the tobacco warehouses who was slow because he do not believe that do the a Throughout the country cover for protection from often as needed.
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these days as growersare good Christian could
was still to be many years before one familyan ownership that trucking loads of theprecious cleaned out around the dirty things or condone themin about a million farms took erosion. Another way to protect

electric lights came to Call Street). started in 1893. "weed" to the auc- plants as he picked Sam the first and second primacy part in the ACP ]last year. The ACP for 1966 the leather goods Is to apply*

Early settlers were still planting or- As the oldest Florida weekly news- tion sales. Volume of the wore out six kneecaps and of 1966 that Mr. High Under the ACP in the last 31st program yearIs now good wax dressing. In selectIng -

ange groves only to have them destroyed paper printed continuously under the market. which opened Wed- bent his back Into He thinks a pretzelIn it did. 12 months conservation well under way and many the one to use read the
the ,
in the "big freeze" some 20 same masthead The Telegraph is not nesday, may be off from 10 would process.be far easier to oil a Our society was built on .11 I measures farms on and the ranches participating in the- out farmers needed who intend conservation carrying" labels on the packages. Some
market
years later. Florida's government was unmindful of the loyal support it has to 20 per cent, but prices are machine! than to rub an aching basis that each. person could county represented a total; measures on their farms this shoe contain dressings both on a the fungicide

still in the hands of the "carpetbaggers. received through the years from the expected to top those of last !! back with Sloan's lini vote as he pleases, and I Investment of around $63- year have already requestedACP I hexachlorophene or paran-

." There were none of the con- citizens of Starke and Bradford Coun- year. o 0 ment. have enough confidence In 000. ACP cost-sharing!! accounted cost-sharing to help expand tropphenoll to prevent mold
consider its almost nine decades o the general public to believe for about half of water. woodland
veniences which we so essen- ty, without which The tobacco growing I.i will not deliver this sovereign soil growth[ and wax or a siliconeto
they
tial to our well-being today-no type- of publication would not have about as long as that required There's no glory In doing state over to the this amount, and farmers and wildlife conservationwork. ; protect against perspira-
writers, no automobiles, no airplanes, been possible. We have tried to merit to produce berries and by things the hard way and Washington bureaucrats matched the public Investment I The Chairman said tion and wet weather. A thin
water drawn from a tap in with their own resour- that although limited, additional coat of floor wax applied to
and tele- and and to with
no radios, no television, no this confidence support the time it Is over Sincerely,
| Since similar investments funds will be avail-
have really earned the kitchen Is Just as wet res. shoes-to both the uppers:
show our appreciation by giving our growers
phones. and thirst quenching as one William a.: Owen. were made through able for cost-sharing: on and the soles-keeps moist-
The Telegraph was laboriously printed readers the very best paper that it their money. But after selling pulled up with a pitcher ACP and by farmers in all practices to be carried out ure out and so helps to prevent -
the market and puttingthe
with hand-set type on a muscle- was possible for us to produce each at tobacco sticks pump and toted a few hun- Sam Spector of the Nation's agricultural this fall. He urged Interested mildew. We still have a

powered press that shook the old week with what we had to work with. be able to get a away.they'll break dred feet. counties, the people of America farmers to contact the ASCS few bulletins on How To Pre-

old building, in which it was housed On the occasion of our 87th anni- and catch up with their fish Candidate For benefitted from a hall.I county office. vent And Remove Mildew

from stem to stern. Legend has it versary we would like to rededicate ing. The more we think about,I District Judge I - Available upon request.
that a dentist, whose office was in the ourselves to this goal of service to the o 0 the Idea of a mechanical \1 Persons Nearing 65 Should Apply EXPF.RIIENTVlTn:

same structure had to suspend pull- people of Starke and Bradford County. As a matter of fact picker, the more enthusiastic, Sam Spector Tallahassee" I RAISINS

ing teeth until the paper was printed though berry growers get no we become about the idea:I the attorney.unexpired Is a candidate term of the for;I For Social Security Well Aheadwithin While raisins are plenti-
such break, for no sooner and there's only one little ful It's a good time to experiment -

have they finished with one thing that stops us, and late Judge Wallace Court of Sturgis Ap I Persons nearing age 65 the first three Raisin muffins and
In the District
AT LIBRARYBooks I been Martin who Is ical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer crop than they have to start I that' how to make one that election should apply for social sec months of this seven months raisintrimmed cookies are
] The special
suspected of -This is Mr. Schweitzer'sfirst out with "runners" for the would work. Of course. It peals.will be held Tuesday. AUf{,. 2,' urity three months before period he will have to wait familiar! but have you tried
airead'i
Recently Received In first wife? Only the Important work written I next year and:::1 not for nothIng would have to have a com- In 37 counties [including their 65th birthday. This Is from 1 to three months after raisin biscuits?

The Starke Library: will know for sure some 40 years ago and now Is berry raising known as puter brain, and a lot of Bradford I comprising the i true whether or not the he signs up for this Doctor Add raisins after the biscuits -

VALLEY OF THE DOLLSA A Little Love. A Little Learning brought out in a new printing, a 13-month-a-year crop. photo-electric cells and be First District Court of Appeal worker plans to retire according Bill Insurance to become ef- are cut and placed on
t novel by Jacqueline Susann. by Nina Baldwin-Life In It is still being widely read o self-propelled' and by the L I to John W. Spann. fective. the cookie sheet. With home-

FOOTSTEPS ON THE a London suburb is seen throughout the entire civilized And speaking of berries time you add all those Assistant I Jr., District Manager of the Spann also stated! that made or ready-to-bake biscuits -
STAIRS by Jean Potts A through,, the medium of a 12 world.A have you noticed how many things, it would be' big as a Sppctor was appointed General in- Gainesville Social Security those filing more than three Just stick the raisins:

short story mystery written In year old girls as she tells the of the fields that were planted house and cost a few million Attorney this Office months after age 65 can firmly Into the dough, as:
dialogue.' The entire book U story of her family and Its last season are now covered dollars. And that seems likea 1959 and served in capacity I A person 65 or older can qualify for Hospital Insur- many or few as you like. Set
Generals
Clawlfled Ad the TELEGRAPH Attorney -'
In -'' under
addressed to the question: many varied neighbors. 'I I with a fine cover crop' lot of trouble just to replace Richard Ervin Jimmy qualify for both hospital and ance only at the present them deeply so they won'tfall
The bring renurt The dense growth protect a poor old berry picker even if time. They will be given an- out when the biscuits
Who kited Enid? Could It have Quest of The Histor Kynes. and Earl Faircloth. doctor bill Insurance
the soil from the hot sun like Sam. he continues to work full other opportunity In late rise during baking.To .
in constitutional -
is specialist
He a
0 to the Doctor Bill please children make a
enriches It and minimizesthe law and state taxation -' time or If he has never 1967 get
QRID4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY growth of nematodes. Come to think of It, may- and has handled many worked under social security. Insurance but It will not be few funny faces. Sometimes
TELEGRAPH effective until July 1968. the extra time it takes to
4A be our growers will have to for the state. If a person wants protection -
Important cases
ESTABLISHED 1879E. Incidentally we read this struggle alone with human under the Doctor Bill The Gainesville Social Sec- make food fancy Is doubly:
MMef scoot (fA/lA week that the production of pickers for a while longer at Sppctor Is a member of the part of Medicare to be effective urity office is open each rewarding.
Bar
N Q L. MATTHew.. EDITOR. AND PUBLISH strawberries is dropping year least. About the worst you Florida Association and the American Federal Bar. with the month he Monday evening until 8:45.: NEW BULLETIN
O i166 by year out in California can say about them Is that becomes age 65. an applica- If you have any questions We have just received a
C' FLORIDA'S' OLDEST: WUKLY: : NCWSPAPCM:. PUSLISHCD: CONTINUOUSLY and that may result in a bigger they sometimes gobble up a and has been admitted to tion must beUed early, about Medicare visit or tele- new bulletin entitled "Stew-
ql/oN/ UNOC:. THa: SAM[: MABTHIAD.: demand for berries from few choice berries, and who'sto practice before the U. S. Su- Spann stated.There phone the office. It la locatedat Ing !Hens Economical and
this area. Labor is the big say that an electronic preme Court. He Is on the Is a seven months 409 S. W. 2nd Ave? phone Good." This has some very
Law Committee -
PUBLISHED: EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED: : SECOND: CLASS MATTER:. AT THE: problem and about the only picker might In time developthe i Administrative!' and the Grievance period for signing up. This is 376-2575. timely and helpful; commentson

POST OFFICE: AT STARKE.: FLA. UNDER:. ACT Of. MARCH' .. '.7.. solution is a mechanical same bad habit. Committee for the Second the three months before 65, A representative Is in selection and use of stew-
picker. the month of a person's 65th Starke each Monday and< Ing with some mouth waterIng -
IN THE: TRADE AREA ONE TEAR 3.5o Judicial Circuit both standing six MONTHS $2.00 0 birthday and the three following Friday. You may contact I recipes. This is available
OUTSIDE: TRADE: AREA ONO TEAR . A Classified. Ad In the TELE- < committees of the FlorIda -
94.00
six MONTHS 12.23 That might sound ridiculous ORAPII brine result. I Bar < months. him at the Welfare Office upon request.
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r.. ................. dny et Six Gun Territory and James Waters and family. night from Lexington Park 'Ivvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvnv take place Sept. I 0>> in the stitches taken. lege to serve Alachua and I| would noise from not be Jet in favor aircraft, due and to
Silver Springs.Mr. Mr. Clay Hill Baptist Church. All Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pad- Bradford Counties.
-end M..... .EI url Aloaley Uoiw and ..ca.ny.of\ Lakeland .had pent the past several the future need for industrial
HAMPTONBy friends and relatives are gatt and family -were In Doctors The Gainesville Cit.y.Com- the
sites near airport
and family spent Thursday to visited here last week 'With' weeks with Mr. and Mrs. cordially invited to attend. Inlet Sunday afternoon mission had asked the FAAif plant
Saturday of last week camp- Mrs. O. B. Grlfiia and Jolr Don Eichelaon and
family.
By Mrs. A. C. Slade Sharon; !is the granddaughterof visiting Mrs. Padgett's/ mother it would agree to. a donation -
Ing at Strickland's LandOng.: Belle Gtdens enroute to their Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cable and Mrs. Mary Williams
Phone 2894491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4! Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carterof Mrs. Jennie Green of from 100 to 123 acres
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Mrs. A very Slade and child- Lakeland borne> from Georgia daughter of Indiana were Sun Plastic Notebook $2.50 at the
Miss Gall 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJSurprise Clay 'Hill. Mr and Mrs. Millard Harris of land as a Junior college;
re wnere In Gainesville Mon- McClung and day !to Monday afternoon visitors -
Mr. and Mrs. Homer and son of Maxville vis- TElEGRAPH.
dny of !this week and spent Claude North attended a picnic here of Mr. and Mrs. Bridal Shower site.Tho
Michael Grlffla lion of Mr. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday at St. Augustine Vince Taylor and family. Miss Lorraine Sparkman, ,Thomas of Maxvllle announce ited Mrs. Harris mother. FAA replied that it

land Mrs. Sonny GrifIs\, a V Slude Jn. Hampton for employees of the Life and Weekend guest of Mrs F. B. bride elect of Calvin Varnos, the engagement of their Mrs. Ella Carter in Clay Hill .

patient in Hope Haven Hospital Mrs. J. T. Hendry of Jacksonville Casualty!: Insurance Companyin Coleman and son were Mr. and was honored with a surprise daughter, Linda Dale to! Sunday afternoon.Gainesville --- r

dn surgery Jacksonville last and Wednesday underwent here visited with Saturday Mrs. Avory afternoon -I Seaboard Juckaorrvllle.employees and daughter Mrs. B. and F. Mr.Coleman and Mrs.and July bridal 19th shower at the Tuesday City hall night] in 'of Parley Mr. and Eldridge Mrs. Austin Farley Aus-son Airport Going 'Away For The Summer?

for a foot injury. Slnde and family.\ members of their families: enjoyed Ray Pellum and family of refreshmenttable tin of Clay'Hill. The wedding
Hampton. The Ruled Out For
:Miss Verna Mae Thomas of Mr 'and Mrs. a picnic Saturday at Jacksonville. Mrs. Pellum had date will be announced later.
Buford
Hig-I was centered with pink
Jacksonville was a guest last glnbotham visited .afternoon | Strickland's Landing. Attending the misfortune to cut her PICNIC PARTY Junior CollegeThe
Sunday and white and bride: center-
weekend of Gayl Lucas: in from lien were Mrs John hand toot week and will be The Oilman Paper Co. em-
Lawtey with Mr.and bowl
flanked punch
by
Mr.\ 'and Mrs. Jim Rothbeg Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham North and Helen Mrs. Dave spending the week here with piece decorated with ployeeand/ their families Federal Aviation
and cake
end daughters spent. last Sun- and family and Mr. and Mrs. Coverdale 'and eon, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman. enjoyed a picnic at Gold Agency does not favor use of
Game
bells.
i Mrs. Jr. Wilkinson and sons, Immediate Girls of the Max- pink wedding Head Branch State Park I land at the Gainesville Mun-

I""!*m :- Christine Harris, Mr. and Mrs. vlllo Baptist Church Sunday prizes were given to Mrs chicken Fish and barbecue icipal All port for the new
i Roger North and family and School class enjoyed an out- Barbara Carter Miss Donna and all the trim- Santa Fe River Junior Col-

I Mr. and Mrs.! Ernest Wellhau- Ing last Thursday. Strick- Rhoden! Miss Carolyn Meng mings were enjoyed by a I

'tr I sen and son. I II land' Landing with their tea and Mrs Betty Nettles. large number of people. I I -

I 'St Mary's Kraft employ) cher Mrs. Dorothy Waters. There were thirty-five pre- Those attending: from Clay IFFLCDIDA CCfTDOLL
PEST
ees and families enjoyed a picnic I Chaperones were Mrs. Joseph sent for the occasion and Hill were Mr. and Mrs. How-

Saturday at Oold Head] Lucas, Mrs. Ben Higginboth- tiny wedding bells were usedas ard Padgett and sons and|

', Branch. I I am and Mrs. Leon Harris. favors and paper bells] from Maxvllle Mr. and Mrs., AND CHEMICAL COMPANY

Special singers' at the Max- I Mrs. Bill\ Robinson and hung about the room. Out of Hardy Padgett and mother (

ville Baptist. Church Sunday daughter of Lake City spent town guestswere Mrs. Varnes Zettle Padgett. Mr. and Mrs Phone 964-3965

nlghot were Mr. 'and Mrs. C. O. Friday to Tuesday here with mother of the bridegroom Buford Higginbotham, Mr.'

McClung end granddaughterRocky Mrs. Dorothy Waters The Mrs. Geraldine Davis. and Mrs. Bobby Godwin and

Smith of Parkersburg, Robinson family left Tuesdayfor sister of bridegroom of children. Mr. and Mrs. Buck

W Va. I a vacation 'trip In .the Starke Mrs. Betty Nettles Wellhausen and family and I) -

r rt Friends will be, ol'ryto! hear mountains of North Carolina. and Snarl Dobbs of Lake Mr. and Mrs. John Shadd I

Mrs. Bertha Hutcherson of Rev. Bobby Knight pastor Butler and Linda Ricks of and eon. i Serving: Florida

California and aunt of Mrs. ,of the Maxvllle Baptist churchwas Starke. Hostesses for the occasion PERSONALSOur Charley Since 1950

p. John North and Mrs Oscar re-elected Sunday to were Pat Raley, Bar- pastor Rev. James

t : Harris here :Is confined. to a serve another as pastor of the church bara Johnson and Wendy Saunders and family, left E. ., :i a rasl+ny 3.raae4 /1.
for
} California hospital and isn't year. Hill. Monday for a week's vacation -
a I doing well at this time. Mr. end Mrs. Roy Waters Birth AnnouncementMr. In North Carolina Johns .. ................
Sunday afternoon visitors and family of Jacksonvillewere Hin-
and Mrs. Wayne We are sorry to learn that
of Mr and Mrs. Doss Hlggln- Sunday afternoon visitors son :announces the birth of a Louie Carter had to be admitted Mrs. Lucife CordiallyWecomes
'botham Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Dorothy Waters.
I were daughter, Rhonda Elaine to Bradford County GodwinRepresentative

L' Arthur Carter and Mr. and John waiters enjoyed a came, born Sunday July 24. Weightwas Hospital Thursday with en MI /
Mrs. Johnson all of last week and
George ing trip 8 lbs 4 ozs. The paternal Infection In his leg. about thin question: i
Jack onville. home with 30 pound and an
a Mr. and Ph. 964-5321;
grandparents are
Jackson
Bill Herndon of Yeu and Your
ai I Mr. aim ivirs. C. O. McClung\ 18 pound king mackeral.Mr. I Mrs. Henry Hlnson! and maternal ville attended church Sundayon "A glorious week at a Ski 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
8 n.d granddaughter Rocky and Mrs. R. L. (Bud) Mr.
i t I' a 'r { grandparents are crutches. He had an operation Resort! An expensive Starke New Horn
Smith left the middle Harris visited Monday of this
of
and Mrs. A. P. Johns. recently on his feet. beach hotel in Miami -a
I this week ''to return to week in Mayo with Mr. and PERSONALS
Bill is a former resident of| fashionable

home their after Parkersburg spending .the W. past Va Mrs. Dan Byrd. for David a two Earned weeks left visit Monday with him Clay back.Hill and we welcome I complete wardrobe.new I got, the bills The State of FloridaIt

two 1\rlJ.weeks here with Mr. and THE RIGHT POINT for the his daddy, Dave Earnest in Mr. and Mrs. Horace for them, but someone else Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and ;
Bob
L-: I 11 r + I McClung and. fam way you write. Come In and Miami.Mr. Whitehead and family spent enjoyed them on my credit To Acquaint 'You With Your City.
I ily.Mrs. elect your favorite EST"R. and Mrs. Lamar Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. card! Does the Charley E.
F B. Coleman and Brown and daughter spent\ insurance
I 1 BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Hardy Padgett.Mlsi Johns Agency provide
J1 Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning' GRAPH. from Wednesday till\ MondayIn '! Judy Parrlsh has to cover the misuse If you are new in the area, a phone
returned home last :
Monday .
--- )I Smoky Mountains.Mrs.
been In Avon Park on vac! of credit card if
my can will bring prompt visit
Ruth Mill\ of Pallon. ation. you a
.... lost stolen?
or
sa her daughter -
Nevada is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Tyler
from your local hostess. Please give
and son-In-law. Mr. and and Donna visited .Mr. and
Charley E. Johns
AREA BUSINESS Mrs. D. E. Hill. Mrs. Hiram Padgett Sunday. her a call! She has maps and many
DIRECTORYAir
Jimmy and Paul Brown Mrs. Hazel Baxley and Agency

spent the last two weeks at Kathrlne of Doctors Inlet free and wonderful gifts for you

Camp Horizon in Orange visited her parents Mr. and 131 .S. Walnut St.
from local
businesses.
Springs. Mrs. Hardy Padgett Mon I PHONE 964-0201
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin
Conditioning-Heating Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment sight- day.Mr.
and Phyllis were and Mrs. Winton Pnr-I I

RUSS PIKER POWELL'S seeing at Marineland near rlsh and Judy of Avon Park I

Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT St. Augustine Sunday. through Friday I
spent Monday
Authorized Airtemp and Mrs. Charles I
Beauty Academy Mr. I
Most Fashionable of last week In Clay Hill. I
Heating & Air Conditioning
Learn a Profession In Your Address For Ladies Hicks and family are spend- Mr. Parrish returned to Avon

ResidemalCommercial SHEET METAL Spare Time. Full or Part Time this week camping in the Park, Friday and Mrs. Par-
SES-SVITS--VOATS Smith-Corona-Author'-- Smoky mountains. rish and Judy stayed for an-t
Industrial! DAY' & EVENING CLASSES Dealer Mri. Mildred Beavers and
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Sales IiuttiilUtiorv Service MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES Clary-Victor-ToUlla Va. other week.
Low Tuition Terms daughter of' Norfolk.
2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. :10th Ave. Adding Machines. Cafcuteton spent last week with her Howard Padgett and sons, This summer Harry's renting:
Gainesville 372-0714 mother. Mrs. Maggie Blrt. were In Doctors Inlet Sun- a cottage with indoor plumbing- ,I

Gainesville 378-2769 7 W University Gainesville SALES! -SERVICERENTAL': Mr. and Mrs. Volley Wall day afternoon. on what he saved at his Chevrolet dealer'sCruise
Gregory Padgett of Starke .. .
SAVE TIME: Discuss your of Mlddlefleld. Ohio visiting -
CHAIN SAWS are 3
I I spent the weekend with his
AUTO SALES&SERVICE MOBILE HOMES: requirements with us first. Mr. and Mrs. George grandparents Mr. and Mrs.

Saxon and Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. & J. Saw 523 N Main St. Gainesville L. Blrt. Hiram Padgett.
JEEP MUSTANG Phone 378-S3S1 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pad.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day I
Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co. : gett of Lawtey, Irene Pad
the last hel'evisiting
spent two weeks
Mobile Homes I Inc.Gainesville's .
gett and Herbert Padgett visIted
Joe Anderson. MgrITomelite Mr. and Mrs. O>. P.Wadsworth .
RAMBLER\
PAINT & GLASS Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pad 'Mi
\ Discount Mobile and Mr. and
Amei'lea's Finest Economy Car Chain Saw gett In Mlddleburg Friday
Mrs. M. M. Matchett. :
SALES AND SERVICE SALES & SERVICE!: Home Sales Lot. night. Mr. Padgett has been this vacation in Impala comfort
Mrs. Wadsworth accompanied -
Volume purchases for our enLiddell Paint & a patient in Clay Memorial
Repairs & Parts All Makes them home on Mon-
tire chain guarantees savings
Motor Co. Glass Co. Hospital !In Oreen Cove with foam-cushion t
Ridgway GRAVELY TRACTOR of many hundreds of dollars day and will remain several Springs. seats
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SALES & SERVICE on the quality home of your days.Mr. Mrs Joe Padgett and Mrs.
1132 S. Main choice. KYANIZE PAINTS and Mrs. Rah- trunk like
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville George Berniece Manning and families a a small trailer
Gainesville 373-8133 Phone 372-3388 4820 N.W. 13th St. 411 North GlaHs-Mlrrors-SUdinf: Door. mes and family woved In of Jacksonville were j ,

Just Off Waldo Road Gainesville, 378-1316 Tub Enclosurdr-Shower Doors week.with Mrs. Ethel Tidwell this Sunday guests of Mrs. IrenPadgett. and your caliber 6 or V8

-WindowsAwnlniiCarpetWallpaperStorefront 1
B & G Motors Co.
CONCRETE J PRODUCTSINSIST MotorcycleaSeooternStreit's Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne Henry Harrison of Jacksonville .

CADILLACOLDSMOBILESALES Consultation. Jr. spent a couple of days In visited Mrs. Irene whisking along. r

& SERVICE THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop Atlanta Ga. this week. Padgett Saturday after you

Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTS HONDA MOTORCYCLES 116 NW. Sixteenth St. Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Perez noon. This Chevrolets '
Taken Trades FROM GAINESVILLE 872-8191 of years -
On Cadillac ARE THE BEST Cushman Scooter Tampa were visiting
Je Vespa Our deepest sympathy goes

2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. lit Edward's Building Ducatt-BSA-Zundapp and with Mrs.Mrs. John Perez Parkas parents over Mr. to Mrs. William Parrish in are the most-and.right '

PHONE 376-7313 Supply Inc. Motorcycles-Sales & Service the weekend. the loss of her grandfather,
SIGNSWILLIAMS S. W. Whitehead of Lake
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Pinna Performance 728 S. Main-373-4841 Locksmith SCHWINN&BICYCLES Safe Work of Emily Gainesville and\ Judy are William visiting: Butler Thursday.who passed away last now so are the savings. :

GAINESVILLE. FLAELECTRIC 818 W. University Ave. Neon Signs, Inc. with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W9 were sorry to learn

SAAB Gainesville 3767781MOTORCYCLES Haddock and family thIs that Herbert Padgett had an
"Sign Up With Williams" week.
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MOTORSELECTRIC accident last week with i a
BALES AND SERVICE
PLASTIC-NEON SIGNS Mr and Mrs. A. G Popeof chain saw. He cut his hand!

CLEAN USED CARS THECYCLE Salee.ServiceMaint.nano.IOrectionaAlt Eau Oallle are spending badly and had to have
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SHOP : rati"' several days in Hampton.
1031 S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co. Mrs.
"Your Dealgna] or Oar.* J, A. Williams and
Of Onrlnenvllle" Ino. NORTON BULTACO daughter were visiting Mr.
Phone 373-2136 372O: NJE. 20th WRepalrlngRewtndinC and
DUCATT BRIDGES-TONS ay Mrs. Avery Williams and
: Oalnesvlll! \ family In Miami. Mrs. W. J. OB g ,

New and Used MOTORCYCLES lH.ye:+ 372-60M Nltas 374-IV964 Pearson In Key West .and a e'rs' 6Pt 'k' x

Tropical Pontiac Mr. and Mrs. Zenous Williams -
WORK GUARANTEED: Complete Service ft: Parts IS fiREPROOf?
In Dundee from Wed a I
Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New it Used machines in stock TILES & PAINT nesday till Sunday. .- .

Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Terms Mr. and Mrs. William I
TRUCK OMC CENTER Available Walker of New '-iEj2i
FLINTKOTE: TILE' Smyrna :
PONTIAC FARM EQUIPMENT: 321 N.W. 8th Ave. Beach were Sunday dinner i

220 N.W. 8th Ave. Galnesvlll Gainesville 378-3660 Vinyl-Vinyl Aubwttot guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I

372-2383 Santa Fe Tractor MOVERS Floor Finishing Products Manning. IM! with Chevrolet door-to-door Impala Sport carpeting Coupe' .

CRANE Inc DURALITK PAINT yy.yyv..y.yv..yyyy.. and all the other Body by Fuser OOmforU

Long Distance Moving _rrr, you richly; deserve
UNCOLN-!MERCtTRY GYM FINISH
FORD Local Drayage CLAY HILL
Authorized Sales & Service _
Storage Packing Crating
Phone 872-4231 Shipping Br' Mra. Howard Padgett .
Ford Industrial Machinery --- -- -- ---

Crane's Imports FREE ESTIMATES CALL 2222 N.W. 8th St. rb n. 219-4138 This ts the time of year you feel like holding! to a 425-np Torbo-Jet V8-f J tile find?
LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive ...... 2S s.t.
Volvo (Mercedea-Beiu) SALES PARTS, SERVICE HILL'S MOVING Gainesville\ 318.1302FIATIIII.LMAN r..................... Up a do-not-disturb sign to the world-and that's made for getting away from it all.
'Weil \Owls tiM. Bat a fireproof building relaxing. And relax: you will the moment And to help you see exactly where you re

usa N.W. Sixth Gainesville & I Inc. NEW ARRIVALMr. .us, ml M an inciiwfitor,for its the door of one of these new Chevrolet letting you've.got 2-speed windshield
Storage ;
2201 N. Main Gainesville contents during a tit.And contents
Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2548 TRAVEL and Mrs. L. E. Chester Include paper records! Loss of closes behind you. Th ride-with a hefty wipers with washer among eight standard

8340 N.E. Wald. Rd. Padgett of Starke announce vital' rucords-tht main reason 43 Full Coil spring at each wheel-isolates safety aids. So get off to the right kind of

GARDEN SUPPLIES Gainesville 372-4271 House of Travel Bryan the ,lrth on ,July of a 12 son.in Hiram Brad- out of(lr 100-can Firms put sever you out reopen of business after' you from bumps and such annoyances.Tha start this vacation-and get down to your

AUTO SALVAGE MUSIC INC. ford County Hospital. Grand .A Mdlmk, B label safe( mil\ give' power-seven: engines available all the way Chevrolet dealer's.
you Undsrwnters' laboratories
Johnson & Faris, Inc. AIRLINES! parents are Mr. and Mrs. certiffod fire protection.Think i II| Oller.

Paul's Auto Salvage 'LIPHAM MUSIC STEAMSHIP\ Hiram grandparents.Padgett Mr.and great- Then drop in. See the man who can :
and Mrs.
Complete Line of
We Buy Wrecked Cars At SEEDS-PLANTS- Co. I Inc. R. R.:! Hardy Padgett all of Clay save you the most- j
Hill.
TOP PRICES IDlMdleldPet Snppw VAL LIPHAM Hotels! Car Rentals! ENGAGEMENTS Congratulations TOLD! Bradford your .Chevrolet .dealer .

All Make & Models .FERTJI.IZ ERS PIANOS ORGANS-DRUMS Weekdays S:3t) to 8:00: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mos- .Chevrolet> ChereD Cheryll Comir Corvette

Used Parts We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Guitars and Amplifier ley of Highland announcethe .....-........ .... ..... .- ....---------. --
Teletype Service-We W1ll. 224 N.W. 8th Ave. SHEET MUSIC Sat. 9 t. 1!. engagement and approaching County ---.1-.

Find Any Part For You. marriage. of theirUiuhtt'r

Gainesville 376-4912 PHONE 373-047t Gainesville Shopping Center 3415 W University Ave .( Sharon Oo John Telegraph 'WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.I I

441 N. Post Stock Yard Qe.mUle.. Fl*. 872-S3S3\ Oatne1l1e :378-1601 Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,

Leonard Norman also of U. S. 301 NORTH' STARKE;' FLA. PHONE '9U390QPAGE
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l: Waycross, Georgia Monticello, Florida Gainesville, Florida Palm Bay, Florida Gainesville, Florida Wacissa, Florida
1ft KENT DE MOND M. W. JOHNSON ROSE SMITH J. W. CAMPBELL J. RIHERD JANE WALD .
i r Kissimmee Florida Cocoa Beach, Florida Daytona Beach, Fla. Savannah, Georgia Starke, Florida Rockledge. Florida
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:a_:' Perry, Florida Fernandina Beach, Fla. Titusville, Florida Tallahassee, Florida Tifton, Georgia Jacksonville, Florida COMER H. SMITH FRANK WIECZONK
i ':' ... MRS. J. L. NICHOLS MRS. R. TOMLINSON RUTH STONE WILLIAM MESSNER WALTER M. BROWN MRS. JOHN TART ICH.
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": ;,. y J CATHIRINE CRAVEN J. VAN HOSEN REV. .R. O. BRIDGHAM MRS. E. S. McCALL JOHN HOLMES POLLY BURFORD M. NEWBERN '
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MRS. W. W. FISH, SR. MARY D. JOHNSON F 1 CREME SANDWICH 39

Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Sugar 5 49 ? 2-LB. CRACKIN' GOOD

MARGARET Daytona Beach CARLSON, Fla. MRS.Jacksonville JACK ,PAGONIS Florida + BAC FIG BARS 2 PKGe 39/

DWIGHT CUMBER BESSIE FRASER :J 12-or. PKG. CRACKIKT 6000 *. CRACKIN' GOOD CHiESZ
Orlando, Florida Deltona, Florida ,; REGULAR $1,39 10-oz. FOLGER'S INSTANT PLUS 25 FREE STAMPSCURLS .
JERRY D. EVANS DORIS WILDE K0 K0 J0's 29
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MRS. MARY THEOBQLD MARY K. ROGERS
ll/ Coffee $129REGULAR TWIN PI<. CRACKIN' GOOD POTATO 1 1ox.1 CRACKIN' GOOD CORN'
Palatka, Florida Jacksonville, Florida PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS .
RUTH GREEN MAUDE LAMBERT .
Indian Riv. City, Fla. Eau Game, Florida ; CHIPS 59 CHIPS 39xo'ao
MARILYN SHEETS GERALDINE TINER 37 *2'/2' CAN ASTOR SLICEDPeaches ,

Holly Hill, Florida Fernandina Beach, Fla.
MRS. C. ,J. DILLHYON SUSAN M. MCCALL 1 11-o*:. ASTOR
Jacksonville, Florida Sanford, Florida 3/89/
MRS. L. DYBEVICK MRS. CHRISTINE WARE Creamer 69
Vero Beach, Fla. Orlando Florida
JANICE K. CARPENTER ARLENE H. JACO i .
t' REGULAR 35* 46-oz. LIBBY TOMATO .
Pompano Beach, Fla. Longwood, Florida a REGULAR 99* 40oz. DEEP SOUTH _

MRS.Jacksonville ROLAND, Florida BRABEK Winter LILLION Garden LAWSON, Florida ; P' nut Butter 79REGULAR

BILLY R. WEST HAROLD E. BURR Juice 4/$1./ 1

Douglas, Georgia Ormond Beach, Florida
YVONNE LEWIS CHARLIE E. MURRAY 29* 2-PK. DELSEY

Daytona Beach, Fla. Lake City, Florida N REGULAR 59 GIANT SIZE PEPSODENTToothpaste
MILDRED E. VESTAL DORA M. MILLIGAN Tissue 2 ROLL PKG. 2 J

Statesboro, Georgia Savannah, Georgia l
MABEL TUCKER EVELINE J. WARRICK 39 REGULAR 99* 20-LB. BRIQUETTES
Moultrie, Georgia Jacksonville, Florida I ,
B. O. STEWART MRS. J. R. ASPINWALL :
: Charcoal 79
Sorrento, Florida Dinsmore. Florida *,
ROGER V. JONES MRS. R. E. BRUMBAUGH .
Daytona Beach, Florida Orlando, Florida 1 Reg.<;! .9. <1 10-or. Hershey Miniatures or 12-01. REG. 23t .1303 LIBBY C.S 6 W.K 10-OT. ASTOR INSTANT

GEORGIANA JOSIE Orange NASWORTIIY Park L., Florida MATH: WAYNE EUNICE Jacksonville VANDERPOEL R. ,RAMSEY Florida Kisses 39 Gold. Corn 5/1'/ j Inst. Coffee 99; '

Re g2/25<# SEA ALL BOXED REG. 2/25 300 con THRIFTY MAID PORK S.t ,
Merritt Island, Florida Orange Perk Florida ,
LILIA WILLIAMS PALE ,C, CARTER *
1O Beans
Grits 10$11201. /
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Brunswick: Georaia Jacksonville, Florida ,)W :: 1rtM':: .

AUGUST BITOE MRS.' GLADYS HALL LYKE'S LUNCH REG. 3/49 VAN CAMP'S PORK &
Jacksonville, ,Florida Apopka, Florida FLA. FRESH GRADE "A" DRESSED AND DRAWN
MARY J. RODGERS' MARY A. ':TOMALESKI Meat 2/89/ Beans ..8$1I / -
Jacksonville Florida DeBarry, Florida ] ''f I! STEWING
CAROL GILLISJacksonville MR$. C. E. STALVEY CAN REG. 2/35 1-LB. PARD

MRS. E. V. PHILLIPS, Florida Hahira,>Georga'MYRTlE LEE; I p rs'DBA"391 Dog Food 'BPI.Lk. / J 191'

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Ormond Beach, Florida Tallahassee, Florida HENS LB.

MRS.Winter,R.H.,,Park WOODARD, Florida MRS.Titusville R. ,L.Florida PRICE tzx .: ?.G W;' J- rm,

MRS. R. W. RAWLS MRS. W. ,T. WEST QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-rPRICES GOOD THRU JULY 30TH *

Jacksonville, Florida Orlando, FloridaP. 20-LB. BAG 89* U. S. NO. 1 REGULAR U. S. CHOICE BEEF SALE! '
A. WRIGHT MRS. D.SUTTLES, JR. .
St. Cloud, Florida St.Simons Island, Ga. '
W. ,G. LASSETER H. P. ROWLEY Potatoes 10 49 I U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDChuck _

Jacksonville, Florida Orlando, Florida BAG
Roast LI. 48x
DORRIS R. SUNDAY KATE FENDER ,l* .
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FANCY .
Orlando, Florida Winter Pork, Florida
MRS.. PAUL DEARMAN H. C. MILLS u S. CHOICE W-D BRANDZ CARVE

Eou Gallie, Florida Daytona SALLY Beach ANDREWS, Florida Bell Peppers 5f0r39 Rib Roast La. 88
OLIVIA FERRELL ? ? ,
Jacksonville, Florida Monticello, Florida t
ELIZABETH SMITH PEARLIE MAE MACK U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS
Mount Dora, Florida Monticello, Florida THOMPSON WHITE SEEDLESS 8-or. PKG. ASTOR INSTANT 37*
MRS. ETHEL WILLIAMS S. A. GUSHANAS Round Steak.. 98-

Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Grapes LB. 29x Potatoes=. .69x _
JOAN BARNES MRS. H. J. MciNVALE u. S. CHOICE BEEFPlate

Jacksonville, Florida Orlando Florida LARGE JUICY PERSIAN' 1LB. CELLO BAG FRESH CRISP

RUTH Orlando FREEMAN, Florida Jacksonville MARVIN LASHLEY, Florida Limes Dz39x Carrots 2 BAGS 29x s i Stew LB. 29

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MRS. ELMER COOK
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Daytona Beach, Florida Indian Riv. City, Florida
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WANDA HOUSER LOUIS L. McKEE 6-01 con LIBBY'S Limeade or Reg. or Pink, HOWARD JOHNSON CORN
Titusville, Florida Fernandina Beach, Fla. FIVE CUP DESSERT 45 ,
MARTHA SPENCER ANN LONGJacksonville LEMONADE 9/99 TOASTEES ,pkg.29tt

Orlando, Florida Florida 16-01, pkg ASTOR fRENCH FRY BLUE BONNET SOFTPOTATOES J 12-01. PKG. SLICED INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED
MRS. CHARLES LACEY ANNIE MAE EVINS
CHEESE 591
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PAT HESTER MRS. W. A. BUSH m-lb bag PAM-REDI' peeled & cfevcirwd, BREAKSTONE PINTS
Jacksonville Florida Jacksonville, Florida SHRIMP .259 SOUR CREAM : 45 LEAN MEATY BEEF Reg. 59* 1-tb. bog SUNNYLAND PORK
FREDDIE JOHNSON DIXIE STELLING e ]
Tails .19x Sausage 49FRESH
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Lake City, Florida Merritt Island, Florida
DIANNE ,COLEY FROZEN VEGETABLE SALE -- ]
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Orlando, Florida Orlando, Florida Astor Leaf or Chopped 10-oz. pkg. A
MRS. CARL DURDEN MOLLY P. MILLER CHOPPED SPINACH . Fillets LB. 39* ,Steaks V .
10-oi AstorCHOPPED I It5
Perry, Florida Jacksonville, Florida otg
LULA MALLORY MRS. ,E. ,W. ,BLACK BROCCOLI . e ; TARNOW Sll. 6-os. pkg. 19* lO-oi. pkg. 45* feg..45* '10 oz. "pkg. Copeland Haatr& S.rv.
Daytona'Beach, Florida Neptune Beach, Florida 10-oi pkg Astor Cut Corn or Libby'j ? 59
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PAor TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. !BTARKB. FLORID TlIUR D.'V. .J1TJ.V !S8. 19W(


ra.at.vYPnt.wYYw.Y. Teuton and family. feelling better now after, Lawtey, Fla: Raymondv Water St Starko Fin : Pearl 1'.1..1.:. .| .. Inspector. : IOJ7 But InHI',....Inc. ; Urtioker. Kla
I Mr end Mrs. V. L. Starling many months Illness. itl'yau, ttiHit| "<.tor. Lawtey, 1 K. Pl.<.ki-rtnir. IIIMI..M..,.. 212 I.-i. "r l Itd l Hlnrl.... Flulnricun: .l lI I'r"'lIl, <''t No. Iron New River
It,Itnltfi\ and children lliaillltol U ,'
and ''tho Frank FlaPrui -\VIR'M'IIIM I 1 MIOIIIKU Hllllclllut I
LAWTEYBf ''Mr and Mr e. Floyd Crosby "Inct No t Kollv Reiru- T. ,' ,' .
Haven Iniipuctiii Water Llux HI "HI' III KB. Kill Kathryn floury, kTk.. ilL. I,
3O1DRlVE .. IN Cruce family attended the visited their son and daugh atlon. Hall Lawtiy: Uurbara J. :St: titarku: Fin Prttilnct No. IRA HrookiT- Uux A-lll/ Uiuoker 1>'1...: Eunice : -
Sapp family reunion at South Jordan clerk Box JO.I:., Lawtev.Katherltie .
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ter-in-law Mr. and:! Mrs Precinct N. ISA JtowullTerwlllfvar NHnmunlty Iluuse, Uroolier: Moody Inspector, H.KD
Enma B! nchar4 Prong' Primitive Baptist Russell Crosby on Swan Lake Dyal, Inspector" 1*. O Motor: Mm Rutty Theo K. [)yul. Clerk, HFD 1 1Ln f. Lake Butler Kla ; Lucille
.... Box :Ml, Ijivvtey. Flu, .Mr. M. JOHM Prevail clerk. It 2, Hi ookci.. .. ,
saA1AAaA ..AA.AA.AA.Va.catJlO'n Church: Sunday. : >\ luannettu Molt In.epm Or i n, Inspector : Brookvr Kla
Sunday. 1* Turner imqector, Hog 82, 212. ", wrk... Klu, 1 Kttiol llnlixmlolf | .t'M. IU 1 Hox 1.14 HiuokIT Johns, .
Bible School at | : I. Mary Agnes inspector
AuaItin .
OPEN 7:00: -SHOW TIME 7:15 Mrand Mrs Hughey Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stan- lAwtey. Flu. Mr*. A. C. Pearce, .. ,
722 Kin .
Trace Jlethodtat: inspector" ; W 5helleon : r>orl Kriiy linn" >p<'- Hi'ookiT. Flu'
ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c : Church: In and Mrs. Austin's brother ley and children of Jackson- Inspector l.awtcy Fin at' Htarke:! F'lu,. K A tur Br..k..r.o'la... N..nH1". "", It 7/28
Lawtey will begin August 2 Johnny Tucker, were visiting; Precinct No. a Crawford eo"...". Inspector. 606 W, Mucllin -
Children Under 12 Free and continue, through the Mrs. Bryant Redding and Mrs.Alice ville spent the weekend with Bradford County Fair FUHIdlnicMargaret : ... St. HtarliB.' KlH March
12th. her parents. Mr. and Mrs B. Penoyer. clerk, lit <*..orfin Inspector ; 744 W. iliad I- I
Tuesday through Friday Austin over it.heVeek- 1. llox 61, Mtarke. Fla. ; Mr. M Hon. St, Starko, KlaProclmt .
each week, 9 a.m to 11 a.m.I I end. Floyd Crosby. M. 5h'Itav.. Inspector Rt i linxen .
TIIURS. FRI. SAT.-JULY 28 29 30 Everyone welcome I Miss Beverly Eggers of <>, Starke Fla., Mr* l1..oraCa..ter. .. S... 1JH nrattutiiHome ,
of Mm. U. K. Hatllfl
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Grace Methodist: Sunday Jacksonville and Ricky Mc- 40-C Starke.Inspector Flu: Rt Mr.2, 1 Elsie Hex Norms J. L.efttverH. ., Clerk I I' HOW BIG IS A 1BUG?
No.1 No. 2 G'hool 9:45: a.m., Worship 1' I P T"YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Rae of, Starke spent last Norman Inspector Ht 1. Box Box 59 flinham.. Fin. MurlolHtarllnv )

a.'m. and 8 p.m., MYF Wed- week with Mr. and Mrs. 'I'. 128 Lawtey FlaPrtxlnct limpiHUur. Ornhutn
Fin France. M "CTHWH.
Inttptlor -
'tae nesday 8 p.m. Prayer Clrjlo N. Norman. Beverly was accompanied No 4L"N'I..n HullAmerican -: : Graham, Fla : non n 10. 1..'"
E13flS( Monday 9 a,m. Bayless Hiway home by her ( A Winkler Legion clerk niilldlnaleorgx : Hit: MKlnney Inspector tlcn 1101> I r *

avenger The Sunday School picnic grandparents and Gerald Randall Ht. Btarke, 'I..., Joseph Hampton. Flu.
who was. held at Strickland's Lair. Bj Mr. O. E. Croibf Norman A. Ussy. Inspector. 141J Pi' 'M'lnI' t No 14 SumpHon. .. l W
Debra. St.' 1IIII"k... 1"111. :\I\ lion nt i Kuti, Strut, Him ,l.,
Scourged F ,+ ing on Kingsley Lake Thursday E.!
..u..uuuu.u I W. Junes Inspector;: P ti Frances Oanaby (Clerk J" ) .
An Ill afternoon of last week VA Hospitals I 478, Starke. Fla.' Mai' 'v 1 to! IlIf'l. Alton Hi. StarU.. Fla (}J'IL'' p.
EDWARD with a picnic supper after everyone Bridal Shower For gel, Inspector, Kt :2 I, 13i>x I .K .1 I 'dun, IllHpt. I n i IXi(, Al' c.
lli 1 Dorado Incmicour had a swim. Vlsi Ing Mrs. Kurlmajr Open To Needy Starke. FlaPrecinct ton Hil. Starke Flu" Judy U B
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No 5 Pleasant. (jrov. <
and fellowship was enjoyedby The Young People's Sun- ExServicemenVA Bradford, High School' Nile A _

i all day School Class of Bayless B. M...Hue. clerk 1317 Blandlngat
First Baptist: : Sunday School ., Sturke! Flu ; Cunilli A
10 11 ar.d Hiway were hostesses for h hospitals are now ready l"lxnn. Inspector ;: Rt Ho r I iCwt Most peopfe know that the, chinch tug r h t fcfg Jn tousTna'
a a.m, Worship a.m. lovely miscellaneous shower to receive applications from ftu-A, Starke. Flu: Mi'*. Sally millions of dollars In damages to St. Augustine, lawns
DlNE/ 8 pun.. Training Union 7 p.m honoring Mrs. Carolyn Kuri- any needy ex-serviceman. I Crawford, Rt 2, Box. 129 But do you know that the true size of the adult chinch
into Midweek services Wednesday Starke, Fin Wilma Kronen- bug is shown In E above It takes
in ASTMANCOI.Olte tBffl may. prospective bride. Veterans with service a trained eye to spot
UNITED ARTISTS DI.trlaw.obrWARNal. .... ."OS.1.t:! of 8 p.m.New Orleans Rev. Quinn, La. was P. Flatter guest J : The educational building after Feb. 1, 1959 now on have or I Starke.b..raIn..p..rt..r FlaPrecinct ; P. O Box 1, FPC the chinch for free bug Inspection.and the early signs of Infestation. Call

of the church was decorated basic entitlement tQ hospitalization No 6 Vanderbilt
speaker on Sunday and later
I with spring flowers. The refreshment In any VA hospitalfor Home of Jame M Norman UNDER. DIRECTION'
wan dinner guest of Mr. and .
Irene L. Faulkner clerk TO'I! S
Sun., Mon., Tues.. Wed.-July 31, Auff. 1, 2, 3 Mrs Cecil Hardee and Mr. and table was covered non-service connected Walnut At sturk, Fla Doris LORIDA OF GRADUATE

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM I Mrs. Dick Starling a>t theStarling with an imported lace cloth disabilities or domiciliarycare. 13. Norman, Inspector. ill N .ENTOMOLOGISTs
\ home. I over pink linen. An arfange- I Kronclwuy Starke, Fla Lillian 1ST
A. Conner Inapector. Itt? 2 Tlox
HERE COMES THE*3. BIGGEST BOND OF ALL! Church of God: Sunday ment of pink zinnias formedthe Perrons needing hospitalcare 366, Starke. Fla.. Mi .H. j.orry oONTROt
/ centerpiece. flanked by can get Dyal Inspector Rt 2 lox 17'
.,." --- School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a. application : .
\ h m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday antique white candle holders from their local Veteran' A. Starke. Pin. I A. CHIMJCAL! CO.

,, I\j: 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting with pink tapers. County Service Officer. I High Precinct School No.: William 7 RenoRJK L. Hoi' t / I

e I : 7:30: pm.Vacation About thirty-five guests II I land clerk: P. O. Box"' 7 Stark, Phone
\ 'w Bible School will enjoyed games during, the IV THE! COUNTY .J.rOnF.'III'' Fta Louise. Broxton. l Inspe.."ol
1122 North ft. Htarkc- Flu ;MrsCorean 964.3965JiL7fl
,j begin Monday' August 1, and evening. Prizes were won by rornr iv AMI FOR IIH."I). '
506
A McVcal In..p.-tur
FORD COJ'.MTV :
.. n / :)r continue through Friday, Au- the honored guest and Mrs. IV FROBATIC FII.H0., Kl.OlllUt. 1ia.lBIn : ; E. 1 listen. Ht Starke Fla. Heitls -
Ir..J S 7 9 Everyone C. Robinson.. Innpc lnl' P
:. gust p jn. to p m Kathy Fitzpatrick. Ret '
: .. O. Box 774. Ktarke, Kla..
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invited. j Refreshments of sand- The Estate of Precinct No. 8 Seaboard. ,
Highland Baptist: Sunday wiches and potato' chips, Ann Underwood Blued! 'I National Ouard Armory A. HHarlev I

01.-- : "--,-- School 9:43: Worship 11 olives and colas were servedby dacvaxeANOriCH. TO Jr, clerk, Itt 1 I. Box l

t.n am. and 7:30: p..m. Prayer the hostesses, Mrs] Jerry All creditor of CHRDITOIIM 421 Starke, Fla.Mr, .. VcruOraudon I
the .
Estate of .
1' O Box
BffltSEflN, CONMERVtTHUNDERBAIii meting Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. I>yal. Mrs. Don Newman Ann Underwood. Blseell dee"" .- Si.! Starke.Inspector. Kla. Mrs.: FlorenceC I ; :::
I ed. are hereby. '
Choir Practice Saturday 7:30: Mrs. Kenneth Ellxson assisted to file notified and required Flynn Inspector 17115 K
by Mrs. Lois Newman a.nd which. any claim or demands 'all St. Starke Fla: Mrs PPBirv -
m.Miss they may have ,Shaper I Inspector AaldneSt.
; Elizabeth Terry spent Mrs O. E. Crosby .and !Miss against ald. estate. In the of- ., Starke' Fla.Preclnit .
'.rtc* of the County Judge of I
Thursday to Saturday with Sue --I \
Crosby. $
No. 9 Keystone
r5a tNE 1N N NGCLOR1 PANAVISION'I': ""'"'::U UNUEO! ARTISTS. her sister, Mrs. C. E. Strick- The honoree' received\e( Bradford the courthouse County" at, Starke.]Florida Flor In SinitriHlrt. Uiementarv. School I I I Ir
I .... Kt 1. :' /
land! \ in Gainesville. While many beautiful and useful ida within nix calendar, month J K: lIammo. Clerk _
from Hox 86. Starke, Fla., Jo Kll" I
the date !
the
PLUS there she. attended/ the wedding of firm pub.
gifts. '
/ lication of this Hardy, 'InMpector.: Box e'SStarke.
notice. Each
of Mrs. Strickland's granddaughter PERSONALSWe M claim or demand mum be 111'' Fla. Basel' L Howell, I r
Miss Ivalea Cowan extend our deepest writing and meet vtate the Inspector' ; Rt 1 1. Hox 104
WIUlAM
and Luther Quillen at Pine place of reldenre. and Sturke. I-'la: Mere Johns. InspHctur. -
1 sympathy to the family of flee address of the. claimantand pouter- 2118 S' Water Hi .' .
Grove Church.Mr. .
OlDEN Baptist Sam Whitehead who passed must be Starke, FlaPrecinct .
worn to
and Mrs; H. T.. Bennett claimant his by the No. 10 Theresa.. 4
agent his
away last Thursday. May or at.
r JOHN Mrs. A C. Pearce and Mrs.n. torney or It will become void Community Club' House' / ', The-
Ood bless each one and, keep I .. .
iOIO11NUNOEIIN6 SOLDIERS I I W. Starling attended a according to law' ressa: Mrs Jean H. Diirbv.
you always. Mary Underwood Smelier. Clerk: Rt 1. Box 110.I ItevStnne 7
family get-together at the ., Sll
Mrs. Lonzl Norman Is on Harriet. Underwood Levey Heights Fla'' Matti. >-
SffIUGt, IrwanUSiE6 A"I613 home of their brotherinlawand CO-o ""cuton of the Estate of ley Inspector; Rt 1. Box A1Starke .
slater, Mr and Mrs Cebe the sick list this week. She Ann Untlni,'wood Blnncll. deceased Fin: .lime lliirrlnKtunInspector. v1 ;
Harris had been a patient In Brad- : P. O. Box !9. Kn*"
in Stnrke Sunday. Mr.
ford Myron C. Prevatt stone Heights. Fin: Ruth/
and Mrs, Glenn Williamson County Hospital We Attorney at Law UrirUs. inspector, P. O. Box 6' THE MOMi:
and< children of Macclenny also wish her a rapid recovery. Keystone Holifhtn. Florida Keystone Heights. Fla. '
joined them Pvt. Ray Norman left Friday Attorney for Estate,; Preclnit, No 11 Hampton YOU SAVE
T/U H4 City Hall. !Ilani{ |'ton: W. II. :Max l
for his
Mrs. John Brown Misses new assignment I well cicrk l : Hot. :\10 HnmptonFla
June and Janet, Mitchel In Ft. Gordon Ga. We all .; CliirlnArtldns. '' In eperl toi' ON A BANK
Florida Theatre Brown and eons! and the Ralph wish him luck. X OT.tF. P. f). HIIK 70 Hampton. Pin :
Notice I I. hereby given that Barbara Hill Inspector. ; lamp" > '
Wise family enjoyed an outing Mr and Mrs. Lavon Crosby the County AsHcesor. of Taxes ton Fla. Nimnle Wattirsonln .. AUTO LOAN can ,

at Kingsley Lake. and children of Bruns for Bradford' County, Florida. .p....tor: Hampton Fbi\ I
Mr and Mrs H. E. Priest, wick. Ga were Sunday guestsof will meet with the Board of Precinct No 12 Lincoln City make your next vacation

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00: Lamar, and Mrs Mae Well; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. County Commissioners of Raid Starke Public Library: in trip the best your
County. In the. office SU E
of the .. clerk
1:00 "spent' Sunday afternoon at L. A. Crosby. Miss Peggy ph H. Vallnskl ; has hadl.
Saturday Clerk of Circuit Cedar Key. Crosby stayed for a few days Florida at .10:00 o'clock A. M. S. Raymond Inspector; 241 8:
Guests of Mr. and Mrs with her grandparents. Auvu 9. A.D. 1969 for the

EVERY FRIDAY James Rosier during the week Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmanand and purpose receiving of hearing testimony complaint as to I So finance your next car

were her relater, Mrs. J. C. children are spending the value. of any property real. here where prompt action,
ROYAL CROWN FUN TIME
Grant and Mr. Grant of Orlando this week at Klngsjey Lake. peronal. or Intangible personal real and

Friday-9:30: A.M. Admission 6 RC Caps and a sister-in-law. :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.a a..*..or fixed of by Tuxes the on said. hi county* As.ee.tnnut convenience economy make, our payment

PRIZES & SURPRISES Ina Sykes. They all spent Fri Crlbba and son of Gainesville Rolls for the year HERE
day and Saturday visiting in were weekend guests of her lass) and for the purpose of
Orlando. I perfecting, receiving and equalizing Bank Hard Beatl!
parents Mr. and Mrs. Gor- such aasesxments. The Auto Loans to
FRIDAY SATURDAY JULY 30
29
Friends are sorry to learn don Jones. County Assessor. of Taxes and"

that Mrs. Joe Starling is a Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby, the. hoard of County Commissioners -
patient in Bradford County and daughter. Mrs. Beverly may continue In seimlon.
Hospital and hope for her: re- and Mrs. J. L. Johns from day to day for one weekor
Spence, a* long an neceiisary
covery soon. and L. A. Crosby, all attended All person owning" propertysubject IS.,,) FLORIDABANK
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Clark the wedding of Miss 'Ginger to assessment. In Bradford I \&
spent Sunday with her mother County Florida. are notified
Kite and Marshall Crosby -
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to appear at IIII'h meeting -
Mrs Perry Newsome.! in In Gainesville Friday or meeting. to make. such ,
Starke.Mr. night. complaint. or give testimony. an THE / AT 1 STARKE 1 _

and Mrs. Norman Pat to the value of any property.real A
ti All the tobacco growers or personal all fixed by the .
a TESSECOKvs9Erlr rick visited their respective here are real busy getting County Assessor. of Taxes, upon %
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
parents' Mr. and Mrs. Bill his Assessment. roll a* they
their tobacco ready for mar-
Patrick and', :Mr. and Mrs. may desire

I ; Doyle Starling over ,the week- ket this week. of Given County by order Commissioner of the Board of MAN Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Mrs. Leah Brown of Jacksonville I :
end.Mrs. Bradford County Florida July
yIR" DAB Gij1R Leslie Sweat and daughter Is visiting Mr. and an, Ar. 1988.I .

Im.y vales www of Maxvllle were visitingMr. Mrs. Howard Brown and I Chance. A. Darby I __ .
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and Mrs. W. H. Gooloby Mrs Neta Brown this week. It 7/lS Clerk. TO CALL FOR THE BEST -== -- --

:Monday They were all supper guests BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE
Mr. and Mrs. Tonvmie Barnes of Mr and Mrs. O E.'Crosby NOTIf'F. I You Do Have A Choice .

SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY and daughter Tammie visit- and Mrs. J. L. Johns Tues- The Board of County Commissioner MERRITT H.WILLIAMS .

JULY 31-AUGUST 1, 2 ed Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith day night.Misses have selected and the HELP ELECT AS JUDGESAM.SPECTOR
following Poll Worker
Riding To Greatness and Mr. end Mrs. Billy Riley Linda and Brenda polling place for the special. I
Across in Tampa and other points of Kelly of Gainesville were primary. election to be heldAugunt 117 N. Walnut St.

interest in South Florida last dinner guests of Misses Deb- 2nd 1966 Phone 961-5391
Miles Of
2,000
Flaming Frontier! Precinct No. I Lawtey-city _
week. bie and Harriet Faulkner Hall Lawteyi. Mr. Doyle Starling .
...... ....... Mr. and Mrs Gerald Starling Sunday.We clerk Box 348 Uiwtey ... STATE FARM
20. .....- "' and children of New Fla, Mr. Lob Water. Inspector MITI- ]1 'Inwtranc CompttniM'
Orleans
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... .. glad t tp hear
were ,
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very .
Fla, Mrs
: ,1"1 La. Box 57 Lawtey t I Nash*OtftcMi. Bloomlniton' ,Illinois OF TALLAHASSEE
P(1InRarknPTDdUcf( I '." with spent her alster Friday and to Monday family that Mrs. China Faulkner Is Louise! Rosier, Inspector Rt. 1 I..I I .

,. Mr. and Mrs. James E, Crawford i
TO THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALA
; : .
-.6Jj tfA 1I 1 IL MrsCatherine Dyal and

children have returned from Man With These Qualifications Asks For Your

L Lake.spending a week at Kingsley SAMPLE SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT Consideration And Vote:

I ;- Mr. and :Mrs. James Heath
a 1. Assistant Attorney-General) 3. Graduate Of West Virginia f
. .1. : and children of Waycrosn Ga. DEMOCRATIC PARTY
For Last Seven Years.
visited his uncle and aunt: Mr. University.
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and Mrs.[. A. D. Dobba, Saturday -

,1..... ...:.-. .' ...... ...- ... .. _. .- ... Mr. and Mrs. Burney '" AUGUST 2, .1966. 2. Served Under AttorneyGen4.. SpeciaJist In Constitutional
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.o.::"-P-' Clnema&ope'biorl( >y Oehuej i!::::=::. I Dobbs 'of Jacksonville Joined BRADFORD COUNTY eral) Richard W. Ervin And Law; Represented Your State


A ANN N-M MANGDEi.DED m DO1TDNS''MICNAEL' t CONNONS Mf CDflD .DING I CDOSCY r I have them Mr. at and dinner.Mrs Lonny Teaton. His And Successors Earl) Fail-cloth.Jimmy Kynes The Before United The Supreme States. Court Of


E@ CHINS H VAN NEEEIN[ 'SEIM DICKENS.SEEEANIE lf POV WmHH VENN tion spent returned'with ,their from son a ,vaca-Vernon PRECINCT ,NO.

and family In Little ock, '.
WiTi I kN OCN IOSfPBIA4DON DUOIEYNGIiUIS'e] Ark.
G roRD 1lS'
.as" r.auwar To 'vole for a person whose name is p'rinte'd t on the ballot 42 YEARS OF AGE
Visiting/ :Mr and Mrs. James
C Knight during the week mark cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name :MARRIED\ TO THE FORMER LECKY LANIEROF

were his brother. Charles of th*. person for whom you desire to vote.
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WEDNESDAY THURSDAY -AUGUST 3 iTJlO
Knight and family and his '. .'.,\. '. TALLAHASSEEA

aunt Mrs. Letla Doolittle of n,:" q..., r .
Story of what they < non and family dn Little Rock .-' JUDICIAL
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t did to a f 1C< Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pad- I Judge, District Court of Man Who Understands The Everyday t-
gett of Doctor's Inlet and Mr.

-r..' and Mrs. James Padgett of Appeal First District
Problems Of All Of Us
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors
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Natalie WOOD ,; ; < of Mr. and Mrs. Harry '. (Vote for one)

Wilkerson and family.: VOTE TUESDAY AUG. 2 FOR SAM SPECTOR
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'CHRistOPHerPLummer Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright -

and children were visit- MARTIN SACK I I l

Ing Mrs.\ Wainwrlght's nephewand Best Qualified By Experience And Temperament For This Office

It)A PlHMU MULLIGAN PPDDUrTIDNJflgi000aisy family Mr. and Mrs. I It U "An Elected Judiciary I Is In The American Tradition"
Clover' Douglas (Buddy) Thomas in SAM SPEcToR

: Sylvester Ga. Please Get Out And Vote Tuesday August 2 V
l,1.h, .}I-Am,.--Star o w"r '"IMW I*nttl'i NAt iw llfaa I .>!PROM'.IV_W".INIO..1i.IiI to"ncefiiT. atlranMNAV1.4OMaTICNNICOLOIt i I :. Mr. and Mrs Claude Cog- I

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j: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS n.o-: MELROSE :-- LAKE GENEVA


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First Graders .- :_- It Swim Awards

KEYSTONE Must Present t Ac.r Presented To r Keystone-Melrose Legion Post OrganizedOfficers

I Doctor's Statement I
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HIGHLIGHTS I Clay County School Superintendent 112 By RotaryLast .' t" Named

Jesse P. Tynes Jr. .:J :

By Mary Schaeffer I announces that ;in. compliance ,- Friday afternoon was ".'',..' ', 'j For New GroupOver
with Florida school laws all a busy' .time at Keystone ;J
Phone 473-4127 pupils eiuo.-ltifc the first grade gL_ tf Beach, with all of the young. \ : I t .. '. forty prospective

will be ipquired to present a sters taking tli'ir final tents. ,. ... members attended the. or*
SMALL WORLDDEPARTMENT to register their! four-and statement from the county 11r for swimming awards In the I': :. ; .t'" ganlzatlon meeting of an

: five-year-old children may :health officer or from a licensed '__ L various groups. Just about ell I American Legion Post for

The other afternoon while do so on Wednesday Thursday practicing* physician J 11 r of .them were successful. .\:' AL Keystone Heights and Melrose -

the McOiuves were on a and Friday. August 24 certifying that the pupil has Friday night the Rotary Club .... :. In the Clay Electric Cooperative -
sight-seeing\ tour of WashIngton 25, and 23 at St. William's no contagious or ccmmunU" held Its second fish fry in cone conference room

D. C., they were In Hall. I able disease which would warrant meet ion with the swimming : last Thursday night.

the main rotunda of the CARD PARTY CANCELLEDThe I his or her exclusion horn program for this year. It was Billy Rose of Keystone

Capitol building when a ladies of the Woman'sClub public\ schools. well] attended by both parents ; l who did much of the groundwork

guided tour came through. regret that their card The only pupils exempt and the children. After everyone .! In organizing the post,
from ,ithda law those whose
One of the members of the party, scheduled for July 27 are had had time to scrape If was elected temporary com
parents or guardians submit his
tour stepped up to Charlie was cancelled due to conflictof plate Bill Quay, waterfront \ mander. Other officers, who
written request for such exemption director
McOlave and tapped him on dates. There will be an- for Camp 1m- will serve during the 90-day
the shoulder. It was none other Card Party before from medical or physical HansenLenhartEngagement mokalee, recognized all of the .. -. .., ,. period while a charter ap-
examination on rellgJousg'I'OW'ld award winners. Each receiveda ;
other than Herbert Green a school! vacation is over, witha pllcat'on! is made are: Col.
Supt. Tynes Bald. card showing what he haJearned.
fellow-duPonter. who lives In surprise element. Watch Told James Chesslngton 1st vice
Attention ia called to this !. The emblems did not
Starke. Herb and his family this column for further details commander: Ed Bennett, 2nd
at this time In orderto arrive in time for
regulation
Mi-s. William Weyman Me- presentation ,
were also doing Washingtonon and date. vice commander; Rev. Wil-
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their vacation I IKIN TREES GROWING help parents and guaRdians Pherson of Melrose announces later., but will be mailed out PROPEcTJy :: liam A. Poppell. chaplain:
avatl 'themselves of such medical -
DEItO: .\RTEJ BEAUTIFULLYThe: the engagement of her r William S. Terry. assistant
services! before, tint! open- daughter Carol Emma Hansen Thorn earning Minnow badges ,
REGISTRATION: Woman's Club wishesto chaplain; Tom Bryant ser-
a.nd to were: Kath'leen Bell Christine
ing date of school relieve to Dennis -
Mrs. Louise Heskett will express sincere thanks to Wayne Len geant-at-arms; Ed Hemp-
Brokas
available. doctors Marty Darden.
be having her Kindergarten the merchants in town who the last minute rush, calls.from hart son of Mr. and Mrs. 0,. Chase Morgan, Linda Richardson : stead, historian and N. W.
B.
,' at St. William's Hall again have taken care of the trees Lcnhart of Homestead. Yvette Walker, Lisa Benson Hardenbergh, finance officer.
\\1 this fall. Classes will start planted for Arbor Day last Miss Hansen a. graduate ol 1' Don Chapman, Sharon tEG'ONNAIr' < Eg1 Also elected were four executive -

{t August 29. Parents wlshinsKEYSTONE Spl ing. Due to their efforts. Melrose High School reedy Hall, Robby Parsons, Trace committeemen: B. T.
_- L I I the trees are progressing and graduated from Cornell Uni ed her B. S. degree in mathematics Wanda. Smith, Buzzy Zowar- 1 Martin, Dr. Don Chrlstoffers.

: |I growing beautifully. Take a versity. In Belmont. Mass.. from Stetson University ka, Kenny Bonner, Don Christ. Al Lagasse./ and Bill Meserve.

'. look at them some day, and they visited Mrs. Ruth Harris graduating magna I offers Jr., Janice Methvln ..... -...-..-___ ____, ...........::''I__. _.___._......'""- __...._ Robert D. Jordan! District

Drive-In Theatre see all the new leaves and the daughter of a former cum laude. This past year Sissy Parsons, Donald Trlet, Hilly ItiiHe. (center) and Col.! Jimien B. Che* lngton (right) commander and IV Commander, conductedthe
I sprouts.ST. Keystoner. the late Mrs. Lu- she has been attending I Billy Andrews, Tommy Brow- organizational meeting.
llrstlc commander of the Keyatonel'lell'OHemerlcan Legioniimt.
Fri., Sat.July 29, 30 I WILLIAM'S ITEM therla Horsfall. They also Brown University In Providence adway, Scott Hall, Mike Meth- respectively' new assisted by G. O. Hoss, district
There will be no Tuesday visited Prof. A. B. Horsfallin Rhode Island on a I yin, Cindy Ritter, Annette | IHHIIH. a "HUTm welcome to veterans. of all ware.' Bill Sets left), lilt vice com- adjutant.

GARNER 0 MERCaOtt morning Mass this week. but Bollerlca. Mass the son of Woodrow Wilson Fellowship., Walker, and Robin Hansen. iimmlcr .of I'o-tt 06, Murke! HtaniU. by to .assist. the new post. In getting started.'vvvVwywVvvVvvvyvvYvvI Jordan credited Rose with

SANDRA ToNY on Friday morning there Mrs. Horsfall. In Hanover. She is currently doing research Another group received the taking a leading part In getting

l DEC 0 FRAMOOSAVHeMMICOLOM will be a Mass at the regular N. H. the Nelson's visited for her thesis and I Minnow badges but will need 1 the new post started

.... AMNULD time-7:43: a. m. their daughter and family I I plans to complete the requirements to: repeat the class next: sum- Cruwley. $13,536 Contract and added that there Is no

I GrI ILED NEW KEYSTONERS Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Crowell for her master' m. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Yeoman greater force for good in the

*'PANAVISION, .: HOLD OPEN HOUSE and children. Also Mrs. Per- degree during the coming Those receiving Fish badg' MELROSEBy I ana Jeanie have arrived. For ConstructionAt United States than "veterans

On Sunday, July 24, Mr. sIs Johnson. a former Key- year.Mr. es were: Allison Ashley Terri home after a. vacation In Magnolia Park who have the desire to fur-
', Lenhart la Penn, Kim Larson George Ind.. Ill. and other "
Sun. Mon. Tues. and Mrs J. O. Clark. who, stoner. a graduateof | Mo. ther serve their country.
recently moved to our community One highlight of the trip' Miami High School and of Richardson, Frank Bailey. Sally RothhammraAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAA states visiting relatives and The State Cabinet has I' Declaring that the LegionIs

July 31, Aug. 1, 2 held open house at was their ride to the top of the University of Miami Larry Goethe, Cynthia Mingle. sight seeing.Mr authorized that Florida Park I; a leader In promoting

I their lovely home on Lake- Mt. Washington, N. H.. on where he received a B. S. degree dorff, Desiree Bland Laura Ray T. Birt's mother Board to enter Into a con Americanism, Jordan said It
, view Drive for old and new the cog railway. From that In electrical engineer Darden Tim Head, Billy Noon- Duplicate Bridge winners Annie Taylor of Aubumdale tract for construction of a I has a dynamic legislative

friends. The Clarks live In altitude it is possible to see ing. He is presently workingon ey, Scott Baker, Dawn Penn last week: 1st place-Mrs. C. was a recent guest in Mr. ranger's residence and Installation program and works with the

I the home formerly owned by Portland. Maine on a clear his master's degree at the Barbara Headley, Timmy : W. Hardy and Mrs. F. T. and Mrs. Blrt's home. of a water system I youth of the nation through

I'I Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Brust. day. Unfortunately they hada University of Florida, and Nooney Brett Bannon,, Gene Hague. 2nd place-Mrs. Val] Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sapp and septic tank at Magnolia I the American Legion baseball
Buffington Brian
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Approximately 155 guests cloudy day. experts to graduate at the Steve Thompson Glvens and Mrs. Paul Johnson and family went to S. C. for Lake State Park: near Keystone program and with more
IN rANAVISIONt-AHD MndOCOLOB Rhoden
'I came to call during the In Towson, Md.. they visited end of the current trimester. Patricia Joey Trlest ; 3rd place- Mrs. W. J. vacation and visit with rela- Heights. than 4.000 Boy Scout troops.

afternoon hours. Mrs. Clark Charles and Edith Th-j wedding i is planned for kl, Zawarka, Tendy Tes- Grollck\ and Miss Iva Hlllyer; tives. Eugene and the boys The contract was awarded I Ray Pettiford commanderof

; Wed., Thurs.-Aug. 3, 4 4 4L was assisted in greeting her Smith, former Peach-Street- 7, o'c'ock'! Saturday evening Nlckle Johnny, Patti Tre Triest kl,,and Nancy Mar: 4th placeMrs.. Rose Byor- returned! home yesterday.Mrs. to Rose Construction Co. of r Post 16 In Gainesville.

guests by her daughter Mrs. ers In Keystone!, who asked August 20. at the Elam] Baptist gie Young. ick and Miss Sally Mnnsfleld. Sapp will return this Gainesville In the amount of r read the principles of the

TheSpy Arthur Garibaldi of Gaines to be remembered to all of Church in Melrose. Those receiving Flying Fish Rev. and Mrs. James Fink Wednesday. Mrs. Sapp's sister $13, 3B.Edna American Legion, and Charles

With My Face ville. Mrs. Clarks] granddaughter their friends. In Savannah. awards were: Clay Hutchin. of the Eliam Baptist Church. I of S. C. will accompany ] Schaeffer commander of

Miss Michele Gari- Ga. they saw Mrs. C. J. son David Stanley, Ann Sa recent guests( were Rev. and I her here for a visit. Lewis and Mrs. Gus I Post 56. Starke and a former
Mrs.
baldi, kept the guest book. Sample, who used to live on NEWS NOTES I ner, Laurie Henderson, Kem Douglas Bennett and I Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cox all from Gainesville.Mr. district commander pre-
family.
This week their
1 Guests came from Gainesville I Keystone Lake. It was a Bonner, Scott Haynes, DanA Wodey and Janice are back and Mrs. Cecil R. sented Rose with a Legionnaire
guests were Rev. and Mrs.
Jacksonville and Key lovely] trip. but like most By Helen RganCO !: Marie Barton, Nancy Wolfe after a vacation in New Or-t Hook's guests, for several i pin.
James .
and
I folks] they were to Dumpier famllY.Wedl'll'lKIav leans. Rose, who Is 80 years old
stone Heights. glad get Kelley Smith, Patricia Naples. days was their son. John I
This man Mrs. J. A. Williams and home to Keystone.! Kathy Henderson, Bruce : night' at Ellam Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Franceare Hook and his son Craig of r was nominated to serve as

Mrs. Bert CNslstoffers, St.. Mrs. George P. Truitt Jr. >I.MUNITY: CHURCHWomen Bannon, Timmy Murrhee: Linda Bapt'st church. Rev. MilesV. back after a trip to( N. C. AwoHtlng N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. permanent commander of
# and her friend. of ,the Ann Patterson of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- the new post, but be declined
can help presided at the coffe service 'I Mrs. J. H. Church held Bell Kevin Wyman, Hook accompanied\ them to -
and pouring punch. were Mrs. Craddock, both of Kansas their monthly Sew-In on July Brenda.. Sh. .ughnessy, Connie showed slides of Jamaica. hammer and family left Friday New Smyrna Beach for sev saying that a. younger

\ James Cook Mrs. Henry City Mo., were recent visitorsat 20, making articles for the McGinnis David Few, Kevin Arlro Brown and son Dean night for a'visit. with eral days. When they arrived I man was needed for the Job.

you! Mlckle, and Mrs. Garibaldi the home of Mr. and Mrs. fall bazaar. Mrs. J. Azzie, WIN Bannon Pam Carter, Glen rode their horses in the Sally's sister Mr. and Mrs.E. .. back: to Melrose their son He was then elected tem

i The various rooms In the Raymond Sterne on East Ilujna and Mrs. Al Lagrasse Stanley Ed Sasser Lester Horse Show at Hampton last W. Easterling in Eau Gal MaJ. Ralph Hook and children porary commander to serve
Lakeview were co-chairmen for the Ketch Lisa Eland David Sunday. Dean won 1st placeIn lie. While
house were decorated with Drive. Mrs. Starnes luncheon there both families while the charter application
for eompUhi protection Rebecca and Brett of r
*.d Inaurarwa that' .U adapt yoon candelabra: and lovely flower and Mrs. Trultt are sis and soolul hour. The Thacker, and! Douglas Benson.I the balloon race. Adro plan to go on to Tampato Ft. Sin. Okla. had arrived fora is being made.
able to changing protection arrangements. ters. Mrs. Trultt and Mrs. Auguat sewing session will .be Those as lngthe, Shark, won 3rd place in the pIck-up.. do some visiting and sight visit Mr. and Mrs. Hugh The group also approved

....d.. Thaf what you get HERE N* THERE Craddock were here for a held in conjunction with the teat were: Mary Ann Barton, They have a horse show seeing. Harris of Stroud. Okla membership dues of $7.50 per

. In .v.ry Gulf Lif. policy. with Timmy Jones 'of Fort My week, then visited points of! executive board meeting later Todd BraiMion Bob Hendry every Sunday at 10 o'clock Happy Birthday to( Mrs friends of the Hook's stoppedby year, and set the time and

Adapt-A-Plan. policy For can xampla be, ers Is the house guest of Interest in Southern Florida | this month. Kennth Sumpter, Billy Boson free admission to everyone. Reta Price of Florahome. for a short visit while on place of regular meetings as
adapted a mortgage to provide retirement Frankle Tolford at his homeon and:!, returned to Keystone fora the Dr. A. C. Holt officiated at t CasHey Chapman, Heidi Hend Mr. and Mrs.\ Ross Brown She was over last week for a their way farther South. the first and third Thurs-

Income. Aik thit frl.ndly Gulf Nelson's Point. visit en route home WhileIn baptism of Gerald Alien ry, Jessy Teske, Laura Beam were Wednesday nlKht'c visit with her friend Mrs. the first Thursday In each
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peeplesof
about ItlUVMU.Y Hazen the Infant. son of Mr. Eddie Gardner gue.' t'J of Mr. and Mrs. V. YBeam's .
Uf. Re re..ntatlv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles the area they also visited and Mrs. Nancy Napl n. Burrvon Kelly. West Palm Beach visited month in the Clay Electric
Hauflen and daughter Van- Mrs. Trultt's and Mrs Harry H. Hazen. Ellen Headley, Nancy Bell Recent weekend guests of conference room at 8 p m.
Maternal with Mr. and Mrs Wm. D.
: Starnes' parents the grandparents are Michelle Eland Nlra Nooney, Mrs. Paley Boyd Swan Lake The next meeting will be
r- essa of Moultrie. Ga. arrived Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lovorn, !I (Continued on next page)
Sunday to visit Mrs. Hautlen's and Mrs. J. H. Wagner of the and Sally Naples. relatives. They were wen Mrs. Mavln Jones. Mrs. August 4.
.: .: Memorial Home and paternal grandparents are glad to get back to the cool
:: : uncle and aunt, Mr. Community Mr. and Mrs Floyd Hazen of breezes of Lake Geneva after
and Mrs. J. O. Clark and to in Penney. Farms. One Inter-
Jacksonville and White Sand
esting note (Is 104 degree heat in Jersey. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE[
attend the Clark's open that the visit- Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Hazen ville. Col. And Mrs. David. Nelson
I house. They left for homeMon"ay ors were In Keystone for the are visiting In Keystone for a Mrs. Camilla Stewart returned have returned from a. vacation I
II I evening.Col. I July 8 Rotary Fish Fry. and few weeks after which they home last Saturday, trip.
and Mrs. David Nelson i again for the July 22 Fish will return to their home in from the medical] center In I BUSINESSDIRECTORY

have come home after a I Fry, and they enjoyed both Sandwich, Mass. Gainesville accompanied by _

five-weeks vacation in New I thoroughly. The training program. sponsored Mm. Bert Chrlstoffers, and Is !
England. visiting friends, relatives -I Ken and Bobby' Goethe arrived ,by the Community being given every attention. APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE; STORE
.. I July 15 to Join their by her long-time neighbors
and former Keyston- Church School: of Religion I I -
:. KkMPKAKN Jr. ers. In Cambridge Mass.. I mother Mrs. Camilla Goethe will be held in Site! educational the Mansfield sisters, T V Service Center THE BLUE PINES

I Phone 413-4310 they visited Miss Marian and their brother Larry building Monday, Aug. 1, and Mrs. Fay Olson of LAke I' ge I KEYSTONEBEAUTY Store &
Box 6M Nelson. Col. Nelson's sister who have been visiting her- Wednesday, Aug. 3. "Heroesof Geneva. Trailer: Court is able J. R. THIKS. Proprietor Package

Keystone Height Flu. j and attended a party for for some time. They will ai'!' .the Old Testament," 7 to 8 to get about. with the aid of { SHOP COCKTAIL LOUNGE
their niece who had just be here until August 6. Mrs p.m. with Mrs. Arthur Bralnerd a walker, following three I i. (' Motorola Philco Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except
\ Goethe is the daughter of instruction "The Life of weeks' confinement in Bradford s and Service Edith!: Johnnon Owner Sunday

! the Honorable Lawrence Paul," 8 ,to 9 p.m. with :Mrs.: I County Ho pltal. MM. Service On All Make Dance Every Saturday Night
I Wain th, Sr. Ray Starnes instructor. This Ray Dunwoody ia Improving' TV RADIO STEREO Personal :MUSiC of Connie aiui

I II Miss Mary Ann Schaeffer I program will continue. each from surgery for a bone transplant I COLOR TV & Creative The Fireballs

has arrived home from Jacksonville :Monday: and Wednesday thru to 'the hip fracture that i I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Hair Styling 4 MILKS EAST OF

for a visit with her I August 24, and I la open to everyone did not heal. They appreciate I, Keystone Heights/ 473-4851 KEYSTONE hEIGhTSIndividual
from lifetime I the visits of friends. j Beauty Car
away a parents Mr. and Mrs. George Interested particularlyIn I
Mr. and Mrs. William BeamSr. Auto Sales & Service HEAL ESTATE
M. prechool and
Schaeffer and to make primary
.have returned from a visit i Every Form of Beauty Culture
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last-minute grade teaching.' For enroll.

of summer comfort her wedding preparations which will for be I' ment, call Mrs. Miller Wrinkle in New Jersey with Mrs. SPRING MOTORS Open, Tues.-Sat. 9-0; Lake Geneva LAKE$9300 LOTS(Term)

473-4956.:
Saturday evening, July 30. at Lake Brooklyn 13500: ) (Terms)
Closed :Monday
St. The Board of Trustees will
William's Church. Complete Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lots $SOO up (Term)
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie. Mc meet August 5 at 7:30: p.m. in Keystone heights 47S-4M5 MORTGAGE BROKER
Olave and the educational building. .
t daughters/ Kathy APPRAISAL SERVICE
and Patty, arrived home Saturday PERSONALS 1 "If It's For" A Volkswagen Associate!
evening. July 22, Just Mrs. Irene Schrlener will {iCan You'I I We Have It." Electrical Sales & Service: Mrs. M. Ilgen. 473-4810

In time for the fish fry, froma move soon .to her new homeIn Capt. R. Lovorn, 473-4152

I Tuesday fabulous morning vacation., June On 28 Instructor Gainesville in a where beauty she school.is an '' Prove ? fliZ'c Always Volkswagens Plenty of In Good Stock Used Yeoman's Electrical S.E.McKay, RealtorGreen

they left She l.t now vacationing at Miami KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Keystone Heights Cove Sprint. Z84-S209

for Philadelphia to visit relatives Beach for a week. : _ _ Sales & Service Phone 473-4516
Since there were so Mrs. C. J. Tillman of Groves :11 UESTAURANTI'IMayta&

__ __ many relatives In order to Ave. expects her son, Sgt. 1st AUTO SFTRVICEKING'S. Frigldalre Appliance
see them class Samuel B. Foster for amonth' Washer
all there
were Beidler's
visit. He has >been in __ HolidayRestaurant
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family TV
reunions. They also Zenith and Motorola
Korea for 14 months and Is
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FEDDERS visited .
I Mrs. McOlave's father Siegler HeatersP.
a career soldier with the Medical Service Station
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James Blackwell. In York V7ndr New Ownership
Pa. ] Corps. On completion] of O. Box 168 Melrose
They attended the
GIL PARKDES
WHOLEHOUSEAIR LJoni his leave he will be stationed I i USED CARS AT Phone 475-2371
FLEXHERMETIC International Convention in at Brooklyn Army Terminal.! Fine Food Moderately Price*
BARGAIN PRICES
New York Charlie being a Mr. and Mrs. William Walt OPH 7, DAYS WEEKLY

CONDITIONINGgoes Florida! ex-District Governor. of Lake Brooklyn. have enjoyed Your cancelled check i is your best proof of ELECTRIC NURSERY- Full DInn.r. lunette -
One afternoon Kitty I payment should doubt arise. In Ala CartA-'Italian Fond
visits from their vacitlon-i I a a "
in fast costs less escort(Mrs. McOlave for ] was official ing chUdren and grandchildren checking account you can "write" your AND WELDING ACETYLENE O.CCarnes Nursery PIZZA FIESBEER
the Princess of this summer. The two goni< III 100 Florahome
when way
money need it. No receipt
Thailand you 1 Block: North of Rod Light
Her husband the and two daughters of Mr. and I MELROSE 4752131MELROSE Miles Starke
SE of
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Prince is Lions District Governor Mrs. John M. Walz of New necessary It's. ttafe, easy and the r.v'l'l'O!' fMiTn.H'1''''

for Thailand and Jersey, Rev. and Mrs. Norman smart way to pay your bill"", Nursery Stock -Thousands USED CARS

South Viet Nam. Back In i Wala of Wharton N. J.. Dr. of Plants It Fruit

Red/earn/ Appliances Philadelphia., they were In a and Mrs. Richard L. Macklln Trees to choose from.Nice WE HAVE GOOD .
Mike Douglas Show which of Oak Ridge. Tenji., and Mr. KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Auto t ServiceRichard Shade Trees Evergreens Used Cars and Trucks

was taped and will be shown and Mrs. Frank B. Dalhoff of & Landscape Plants. All at Saving Price

473-4252 In our area around Labor Tyler, Texas, and the children F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Jvntf, Prop. In containers-plant any Well Get It Far You

Day. Kitty says it will be the of each. Former Owner J. L. Motors time. Camellias & azaleas. If We Don't Have It
week that Mel Brooks Is co- Mayor At Nelson is recovering "Tour Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Vernon Buff
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA.I host. The four McGIaves, nicely from surgery at Community." Maoclenny Let us do your landncaplnff.. Garage

(Cont'nucd' on If xt Page) Riverside hospital in Jackson- I UWl'. iso Key* on. Hgt.,
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her home in Orlando. Mr. Wrinkle's parents, Mr. brought The hostess served went on to a hunting lodge to these threeAllan, Jeanne
Mrs. William Case and and Mrs. C. L. Wrinkle of refreshments. Present were
KEYSTONE at Minnie Ha Ha Springs. and T.C.-may you have many
four children of CIncinnati Hialeah The elder Wrinkles Lucille Massa. Jane Red. With this as''a'central point, more.

HILITES Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Caae'3: brought with them. Debbie Team, Mary K. Schaeffer, they took 'dally trips to var-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ral- and Benny Dorson of N. MIami Helen Wlldt. Dot Winans. ious sights and enjoyed

eigh ZiRe on Lawrence Blvd. Beach, whoare good KItty McOlave and the hostess showing many different 11i n mID
The Zlkes' son. Mike, who friends of Miss Pat Wrinkle,
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i From Preceding Page! Edythe Jackson.Mr. things and ways of mountainlife 1Jf 03Bedroom
has been visiting in Cincinnati and former neighbors when and Mrs. George Mas- to the youngsters. They

end Charlie's sister and hus- came home with Mrs. the Wrinkles lived in Hia- sa and daughters Phyllis had.: an opportunity to visit COMANCHE

band and two children all got Case. Mike will return with leah. and Gina spent an enjoyable Dr. Cavendish and his fam- -Baptist
audience interviews In Delaware his sister and go into the SECOND ANNUAL HORSESHOW weekend in Daytona Beach. ily and to tour the doctor's Fin\ Baptist. Rev. J. D t-

their former home Service on August UI, In Cin AUGUST 13 On Saturday evening. David clinic (They are our "seldom Bowen pastor; Ralph ''Goth : ; .. c-

they visited old friends and cinnati, where he enlisted. The! Keystone Heights Bonner Dwight Mitchell home" neighbors due to land, organist. f5lli;

were entertained profusely: Other guests of the Zlkes' Lions Club will sponsor the and Miss Pat Raley came distance I am sure. They own Worship services : Sunday

In Washington. D. C., they are their niece, Mrs. John Second Annual Horse Showon down from Keystone Heights the former Boree and Hill It a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [nursery

had the VIP tour of the Myers, and her two daugh- August 13 at Lake Point to join In the fun. Pat stay- cottages here on the lake- open], Wednesday. 7:30: p.'ID. [ .

White House, through the efforts ters from Houston, Texas Farm [Dr. Chrlstoffers'] on ed with Phyllis over night, shore.] The Florida group today Softool 9:45: a. m. a

of a Presidential aide. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Waters Highway 21 the Melrose while the boys visited a cou- were feted also to an even- t nursery open], Training Union ''j '

After passing through secur- and three children from Par- i Road, just beyond the Club sin of Dwights. They all Ing's gathering of several <6:30
ity checks they were able to amount, Calif are visitingMr. Estates. There will be two came home together Sunday couples that have visited here Catholic ,
enter the Presidential Inner and Mrs. Quincey Gardner shows--an afternoon show at afternoon.
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with the Carpenters over the St. Williams. Fr. Edward A. I", ,
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Sanctum, where the ordinary this week. Mrs. Gardner one o'clock, and an evening I stated a
Mrs.
Carpenter
years. priest in charge. Mrs
tourist on a guided tour can- and Mrs. Waters are .aisters. show at 7:30.donation: that the days in the mount- KIrby
Lamm organist
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not go. They enjoyed lunch- and had not seen one another -, A of $1 will en- hot.
ains were unbearably Sunday-Mass 7:30: a. m.
,
eon with Congressman Billy for 11 years. title you to see one show- Melrose -I sent
but the nights one Inquiry Class 7
Matthews In Mrs. Paul Tyre and son afternoon Monday -
the Congres- either or evening hunting for several blankets. Novena and Benediction. WE'LL FINANCE YOUR -
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sional dining room, and 'Matthew flew to Germany For $1.50 you may see both 1 Their granddaughter.Karen ., p.
spent the afternoon in the I lost week to visit with her Shows- o you really save [From Preceding PIge "Sissy"young Reddish of 7:30: p. m. NEW HOME' IDO %

famllv gallery of the Senate brother Col. Wayne Sargent, money by seeing both. Starke Is spending! some time _In&erdemIJDlnatlenalConunun1ty
the gallery reserved for who Is stationed there. The Proceeds will be used for Isenhower for several day Dr
last week. here with the Carpenters.Mr. Church Financing won't'*"a problem when you have; your new home built on your property by Jim Walter.
three
rein lives of will be or the Lions'
congressmen.Mi Tyres gone philanthropic ac
and Mrs. Malcolm I*, financing It available to qualified property owners with no down payment YOU NEED
Mr. 100%
and Mrs. Charles Pe- Mrs
.,< Robert McClintock of, four weeks. tivities. A. C. Hoit. mlnteter;;
: rry and children of Atlanta Shea, Jr. and baby son, Les- NO CASH because Jim Walter finance everything-not Just 70 or 80 per cent. All you need to do
organist
Orlando Allen Headley and George Cameve
visited Mrs. Bill i Mrs. The Keystone Heights Oa. Charles' ter of Gainesville were dinner Is choose home from the more than 20 models available all meeting the lame high standard
are visiting m your
School 9:30
Simrral for four days last two daughters Ellen and par- Sunday : a.
Lions and ZJonellas had a of
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Perry guests on Wednesday 11 cf quality ot the lowest possible price.
week. during which time the Barbara, of Alameda. Calif, special called meeting at the Jane's father, the Leonard Morning Worship tv. m
ladle visited Mrs. McClln are visiting Mrs. Headley's home of Edythe Jackson on ''I and Emogene's parents, Pridsrens. (Nursery: open both hours],

tock', daughter! / Mrs. Dianne father. O. E. Wigslns.: She is Monday evening for the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams
pur- Mrs. Harold Johnson's mother -
Ball]), in Gainesville. Mrs. Mc- the former Ann Wiggins the pose of discussing the operation for several days. Other guestsof and sister, Mrs. Cruthirdsand -Epl.eo..al St. Ann*'* Rev. (V. WWorstall. ymm a o 6 a o a a o fa fl'u o a flTOWftTOfl owe ff a Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Perryare 3fm
Clintock had taken her youngest of the five daugh-
sonRobert. of the food concessionsat
Myra arrived at Harold vicar; R. G. Cope- MONEY SAVING HOME OWNERS' PLAN
Mrs L. C. Lee and
Jr., to Charleston S. ters. The Headley's will be
C.. where he will be stationed here for 8 or 9 months, whileAnn's the Horse Show. The daughter Kay of Neptune and Jeanne's cottage on Sun- land, organist. Winer's)unique!hone buffdlnr"" plan.nates. Mf whip pe ails.You cal.dm. your home built on jour.prap.trty .
with the husband Lt. Com- group enjoyed seeing photos Beach and Mary Ruth Navy. following a from the State Lions Convention Strickland and three chil- here. They came from West mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday JIll at shad it this 11_The basic shell home cemplelely finished oubide,an be built M your property rimed
furlough.: After a short stay mander Headley, is in Viet in Jacksonville, and Palm Beach. That same day, Interior finish nuteriels.from Jim Wilier Md..
dren of Palatka. 9:30: a. m. nursery( opnn.I anywhere" with no down payment You may' purckes pedujts
In Charleston Mrs. McClin- Nam. the Lions International Convention USN Ret. L. B. Nicholson Harold and Jeanne were host Holy Eucharist and sermon Instill then""' """"If...purthtse them MUM by Jim WIIIII...Of mete your em imnfementi for Interior
tock came to( Keystone Recent guests of Mr. and In New York City arrived and hostess to the CommunIcations 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A completion.\ The ewe Interior Dnishinf yw do younelf-rhe men. JIll am. Oml put oil bvildinf your new home :
Heights, and then, went to Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle Saturday evening ...... the dctiils.You low'Illy
on were which Kitty McGlaveiAitteNvILLEitiEsi Reserve of the Al- M. [ ], Churci. er cottll,1Ieca1lll molts b Jim Wilier.lIlIIndl.11I per only one payment, '
-- after a short trip to Leesburg achua County Sheriff's Department nursery open ind. your(MM will ke completely. paid for la only 12 short yun.Slop b)or wrtti Jim Wilier\Silts See how wry
-z to five School 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu-
pick youths that
up They all spent a ft rill be to start Mldiof your new home,corbie dIM sway
had. completed a week's stayat olwulst. 8 a. m. each. Sunday. '
Florida Methodist Youth weather-ruined afternoon In Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M OOQQOQQOOQOOQOO'OOQOQQOQOOOOOOQOOgQOQgOMMMMMMMMJMQQOWEEKENDS

DIRECTORYANTIQUES I Camp. They reported having picnicking/ boating and each Sunday EYC, 6C:= 1 P. M
swimming activities as show
each
a wonderful time and meetIng Sunday. M VACATIONS RETIREMENT
new friends of St. Petersburg ers would permit. Dally offices of Morning ..,

Sanford Deland and Dick and Frances HillIard and Evening Prayer, 8:00: A "". '

HEARING AID PET SHOP Gainesville who attendee were called away recently to M. and 5:00: P. M.Presbyterian .

Camp the same week Tallahassee due to the untimely @
THE Happy Birthday to Mrs' death of an aunt of -
ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing See- : Jl
Frances. They helped with Faith Presbyterian Church :
.
Kongo Pet Shop Joyce Rowe who celebratedher "''Se.,jy V T" rfL'rTfi
Rev. J. R. Neale Ji minIster
Bon fr.ht-3old-A E birthday this past Wed all the arrangements and ;
Furniture--China-- anSONOTON Frances was then appointed ; MTJ. W. A. Wallace, organist -- _." ._
Poodle Malteno-Liana* nesday. -:=''!'':''I''f';';
Silver--.Brass-Oil Paintings OF JACKSONVILLE POODLE GROOMING Lloyd Baldwin left Satur administratrix. After court : Mrs. Carl Swisher
summer organist. .HAVEN lice/ uuvu/
gatherings. meetings with
day evening for Camp Ocho-
One Piece! or a House Fun "Tha Strongest and Smallest Sweater, Collars Tags ckotee near Jacksonville. He the Jud p and all the time Sunday School: 9.44: ... m.

Ina Ward Hearing Aid In the World" Pet Supplies and other Boy Scouts will consuming red tape that one Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CAll COUECT Or WRUE
Antiques
Only Co. Hearing Aid Made 8IrdFJllh-Dam..teN l leave Sunday a, m. for Phil- must encounter under like Sunday [Nursery open both FOR COMPLETE DETAILS
3572 St. Johns Ave. 22 Went Monroe mont Ranch Clmarron, :New circumstances, she asked hours.

Jacksonville 387-1370 Jacksonville 353-1463: Dalfy &: Sun. 10-S PJ* Mexico expected to arrive that I remind you one and' .JUV WMTEK CORPORATION ST
the all to look Into the makingof FIRST' METHOIHHT FT"," /
Call 28th of July. The Scout
ColhM-t
Closed Tuesday CHURCH STARKE I would lihe to[new more about your building end '
a will. A will simplifies so
will have
two weeks packed
financing plan. Please lend me o free catalog.I am
Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP 8939 Herlono; Rd. Normandy full of many exciting thingsto many of the problems in Sunday Church School WAll Of IN SUNDAYS I IniereMd In j

Section do out on trails, camping rases such as this. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32205; i ap Homo Collage

WESTSIDE FIELDS out and many other things. M.,. Betty Griffin and five 11 a. tn. Snack Supper for 3281 West Beaver St. NAME
W. Jacksonville 781-280O children were involved In a MYF, 6 p. m. MYF meetings, I I ADDRESS.I ,
F. O. Box 6348 -
Volkswagen, Inc.AUTHORIZED HOBBY SHOP, Inc. PIANOS-ORGANS w..mn single car collision on High 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.1: r I CITY STATS

way 100 on Monday after- lnSdayPrayer Meet. Phone: 388-1585;

DEALER A Complete Line of Mason & Hamlln' Pianos! INDIAN BEACHLake noon. On a rain-slick road Ing. 7 p. m. I Tdephon- le M Countr. i
Sales 1 the went out of control Thursday Chancel Choir My properly located
Part Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies Hammond Organ. car \._.
Service Body Shop -Specializing in RaMalJn8.vox Organs and struck a telephone pole. rehearsal 7:30: p. m. -'
I dio Controlled Models "You Get A Good Deal At- ( Santa Fe) They all exited with minor Saturday July 23-1st and
8 tifti.
Open -8 p.m. and Equipment Mr. Jack cuts and bruises and an awful second grade Primary
ft p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday F. Miller Sr. and\\
I lot of luck Junior Choir practice 10 ,
1130 LANE AVE. SOUTH Opea Evenings till 9 PJVI. F. O. MILLER reA ITVTmYWTtyytnnWhat --
Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 rO; We enjoyed a dock-side I |-*1TATIOX TO Bin liT THEHIIUKOII I
602 So. Edgewood e4..e..i:: : a hot day it is tonight boat visit with Mr. and Mrs. ii <'01 %rt' not it uOf
., '
B
hey PUBLIC 1"II8TRl'CTI'O:1Il'uIIIPp'ItI :
Parrish Motor Jacksonville 388-8662 We got such a deludgeon Clyde HIlliard of Gainesville, l..eal..'d bill will VOTE
Jacksonville) Tuesday afternoon late, Mrs. Mlttle Hllliard. Mrs. Alta be received by the Bradford AUGUST 2nd

that the car drowned out In Jenkins and son. Terry all of County Board of Public Invtruutlon 1

SALES Men's & Boy's Wear SEWING MACHINESPARTS one of the "smaller lakes"or Pompano Beach on Tuesday M.. AuKUHt, ,until 2, U68.10:00: at o'clot'li the office A.- -- ---

SERVICE L7 ANY
good road between here and various spots of both Big and Public Instruction Bradford ATTORNEY ABOUT
"Quality Clothe for Men an SINGER ACT. ZIGZAG the highway! And never have Little Santa Fe! and had County Courthouse, Starke,
82 Years Aa A Dealer Boys Since 1919" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet Fla, for the Hula and removal
we heard so many complain caught enough to make the of the following bulldlnKa-:
Always Good Used Cars Sold New over $300 of the hot humid weatherwe skillet smell fishy.If Building No. 1 Frame house,
821 Laura St. Jacksonville Van Heuaen Stetson Hats Bal. |T2 or $5.00 Per ManU suffered you encounter us next Irarat-dd at 514 Orand St. on theM13 MARTIN SACKCONTINUE !
:
-even during the
Phone 366-5654: McGregor Gold Cup Sox.1ompIete corner of the Starlce Elementary -
week this time
downpour.Mis. you may not property. Thla house
\ Formal! Wear Rental Ideal Sewing Center
Automatic Transmission Michael Adams was recognize us.-we are in for I I. presently occupied by James

L, MAKETransmissions a hostess to a stork showeron one hair-graying experienceon OrlffU.Uulldlng; No 3-Flame, hullilInir -
Automatic r.\1 Ib'\ounqfTlcnsShop|r NewAL Used Machine Friday night. It was givenin July 30th-and I don't 'located. on Urand ...t. adjacent -
honor of her weekend mean at the beauticians) Son to sttarke Elementary caf -
& 846 Cassat Ave. T.C. gets driver's lI1censelearner's eteria. Thin I Nullrline I. preuently -
840 Main Corner Dnral Jacksonville 389-5071 neighbor. Mrs. Tommy Cox: belnw unfit fur vtorawe.
Motor Exchange Jacksonville of Jacksonville. permit age on this The Mm. ccMHf'il bidder must t )}.

TRACK SERVICE We have date, and we expect to gray be able to move the mild hoiift iltt'*" ...
BIG DADDY WALT several of our overnight I Only glad to knowwe within thirty (S0)) days from i '.. 4p "1
:
former neighbors in date of award of bid. ;
:Remanufactured Transmissions MOTORCYCLES RAY'STRACK midst as vacatloneers this our are not in this boat alone Further Information may. be P' 'fJUDGE *
Motors week. Mr. for Allan Griffin reaches this obtained at the office of the .. _
By Quality Craftsman SERVICE and Mrs. George milestone the same day. Our Superintendent of Public Instruction ,
Utsey, daughter Gale and or Bradford County.
: 'I'
2097 W. Beaver St. HONDA her son, all of nelghbor-ln-between Jeanne The Board of Public In- .mms
Jacksonvlle )
}
Portable Track Press 6ervloVnrtt Johnson :
Jacksonville 3SV4771 here celebrates her bIrth- tru.-tlon' reserve the rlcht' to
are in the 1J
MOTORCYCLES Raines .
Welding place. all bid
day this same day. but we accept or rejnrt any or
Bullrtozrr A Crawler Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boree THOMAS: I* CASEY.Muperlntenilfnt. .1 In. r 1
AU Models-Nothlnar Down and suppose she has her driver'sliscense *
family, also of
CAMPERS Jackson-
"We'll Keep 'em Rolling"Merchants )}
Green Stamps ville are enjoying already! So until T;31 It 7/28
nome lake
Cribber Campers Open B AM. to 7 P.M. Jacksonville 7287 W. Beaver 388-4621 fun at the cottage of the next week Happy Birthday

Monday-.Frlday Marvin Falrcloths. -" )}
Del-Rey dopers 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.: TROPICAL FISH Mrs. Jo Strandberg
Saturday and I
Wednesday thought you all had better
Shasta. Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAID hear from her this week or' *. )}

Skamper Convertible MOTORS CYCLES AQUARIUMS you might think she had''

4949 Blandlng Blvd. skipped the country. Her',
TradB&nk Financing Jacksonville niece, Mr and Mrs. Mas Ellis I *-
6408 San Juan Ave. 771-8244 Complete Aquarium Suppllee and three of their t )}
Jacksonville 383-0343 Imported Fish All Specie dren were guests IIrandchll-1 1 i
CALL OR COME BY on
MUSIC Thursday of last week. Two MARTIN
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to (8 pa of these children were nine SACK
Sunday 2 to 8
pm.
ChainSaw Paulus Music Co.We Order Any Fish Available year got old twins boys and they' .1e1r'a r 1K FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF
l so enthralled over their __ I APPEALVOTE
913 S. Edgewood. Ave. _
SalesriOMltLITE I fishing doings they did not, 1
Band. A String Instruments Jacksonville 388-8404 even bother to go( swimming i I TO RETAIN THE BEST QUALIFIED MAN WITH

Money Makln Chain Saws > Gibson Guitars Sc: Amplifiers WESTERN: STORE can vou imagine this? They

SALES & SERVICE School Suppllea--I.nstruoUon gleefully carried twenty two 40 YEARS OF OUTSTANDING LEGAL EXPERIENCE

Parts and Repairs All Makes > Roberts Recorders LITTLE DUDEToro fish home with them, but'

A: Yazoo Power Mowers Music Library--Expert from the description I got of j! (Member Jacksonville Bar Assn. since 1926))
,
nt. 21 MId ]left plenty of room still when Drive In To Bank The Easy
41 W. Monroe St. ""Where Endorsed
You'll rind Every- placed in a gallon can! Aunt and Actively Supported By Prominent
ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 355-8447 thing For the Horse Jo's son, Paul and his family

Peavy Brothers Silt Beach aide Enthusiast" spent Saturday and Sunday Way and Save Time and Trouble Attorneys In Every County In The District _
Western Clothing -LeatherElectric here. Young grandson Dreg ,

Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 goods Saddles and Trailers and two Norwood grandchil "

Charles fc; Sharon Petty dren. Mike and Lavon Eddyof No parking problems, no parking fees! You can PLEASE NOTEI! YOUR MUCH-APPRECIATED BEST WISHES

ELECTRIC MOTORS 902:! So. Ednewood Ave. Jacksonville: camped out save time trouble, money, and do your banking:

BoM. .6 rvlced: -Repaired MUSIC-Instruments .Jlk'hnnvllle 3811210OenerawsBtarterll In the "big game" country ofStrandberg' deposits or withdrawals quickly, easily BECOME MEANINGLESS ON AUG. 2nd UNLESS YOU VOTEIN

WELL DRILLINGArmature 's backyard on with our drive-In service. THE SPECIAL
Alterations Saturday night DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR -

Rewinding MARVIN KAY'SMusic PARTRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car Drive-in banking makes saving easier % '

4044 Lenox Ave. penter have returned home I
Center and faster at 4
money grows our
Jacksonville 387-2528 Well Drilling Co. from a fabulous tripvacation. -

Fender Gretach &: Vox Guitars Their daughters, Mr. new interest rate of l'l'I' MARTIN SACK
COVERING
FLOOR
King, Hatten, and Selmer ROCK ARTESL'NVF.LL8 and Mrs. David Reed or''
Jacksonville and !Mr.\ and
Band Instruments HOME OWNED-HOME OPERATED l'
Looking for, Ludwig, Slingrerland. Rogers Complete Electric Water Mrs. Dolph Reddish of' .

fltft",ttlf'ptt,1 Drums IRK Systems 10' \TIONFHA Starke went and up all to the West grandchildren Vir-- The Community State Bank : Presently Holding Judgeship Subject to ElectionPaid

Rental. & AIL FINANCING trlnia.
Unlit : Repair' on Mrs. Carpenter's sisters -
6360 Hyde Grove Ave Mrs. Helen Walker went ( Political) Advertising)
400 SLAIN ST. OF STARKE
Jacksonville I
along to visit her daughterin
474 HOOAH. fl..,.,..,. Jacksonville 3O3-U 3o Call (Collect S89-14M
Alderson w. Va. The Car- MEMBER F. D I. C.

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of the Jungle aa they digestedthe their winning ways/ with, an I to Jacksonville for a visit ASSKMIH.Y OF GOD IIROOKER BAPTIST ply pastor. han pastor.
I Tigers/ 0 to 8 In a closely 11 to 2 victory' 'over holiday I r with Mr .and Mrs. Ace Richardson I1IWAY CIIAPKL Sunday School, 10 a. m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
I RECREATION NEWS played ball game. The Lions Inn. The hard hitting ladle Wcldon St. and Ralfort Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School. lOB. m.
scored 2 in ,the first, 6 In the rapped 'out 21 baae hits while Mr. and Mrs. nowal'dRegister Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. Training- Union, 6:30: p. m Sunday School, lo a. m.
e.cond. and scored what proved limiting tJI,& losers to only, 3aJIIKI and..family 'of Lake Morning Worship, 11 a m. Evening Worship 730.: Prayer Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Morning; Worship, 11 a. m.
to be the winning run in -. Winner. of the let City visited Mr and Mrs Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Training Union. 7:00: p. in. Pre-Services I Booster Band !
Summer Programlast 'i Into groups forming a buddy the third. The Tigers scored half scored enough rung In the Earl Dobbs .and family Sunday Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: RA, GA and Sunbeams Evening Worship, 8:00: Prayer Young People, and Prayer I
'week was a fair one system and then they hit the initial win the ''game every Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. :
Inning.to ;
p.m. YoungPeople's Meeting Service], 6 Evening
7 in the third and one In the other p. m.
wise rain Interfered I water for a couple of hours. the Thursday afternoon .Rev. E. Bergstrom
attendance an with 4 runners crossing; 7:30: p.m.Leroy m. R.
fourth but couldn't get across Mrs.Thelma Brannon of Saturday, Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek
Rev. James
Temple,
during the When. it was time to eat The pastor.
frequently losers
picked
: plate. pastor
up
the tying run as they lost the Lake City visited her sister Lightsey, pastor. Service. Wednesday 7:30: p.
week. The regular scheduled everyone was hungry. and the 1 ;In, the 2nd 'end after 2 Innings DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker]
close E 1 Tommy and W. m.-Rev. D.
Riime. < Magee family. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ramsey, pas
events were'held along hamburgers began to disappear Wise, and Brad Starling It urea a 4 to 1 fecor. B. Bloodworth Wednesday. NEW CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School, 10 n. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH tor.
with a Bicycle Hike cov- like magic. All the adults The Flower girls picked up B
Worship 11
Morning
METHODIST REVIVAL a. m.
led the Lions. Alan Akrldge, Friends of. Mizell Oreen Sunday School, 10 a. m.
ering a 10 mile cross-coun were thrown in ,the water and more In the. 3rd, and closed ft
CALVARY BAPTIST
I James Olive and Jackson Pre- wlU be glad to learn that he Revival services will be held Training Union 7 p. m. Even-
11
Morning Worship a. m.
) ,
try trip.'e plan an "On the boys really enjoyed this. 'out with 3 In 'the 6th and Oth. I
vatt led the losing cause. Is home from Gainesville New ing Service 8 p. m. Rev. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Wheels Parade" Wednesday if Special credit should go to Carolyn McKinney 3 for 3, at tne Congregational Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.
enough --bicycle are register Mrs. Rlherd, Mrs. Charlie Women's Softball League 'Including a ,triple and a home Medical Center. Methodist Church, May 1 Lacy Conway, pastor Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship 11.. m.
ed. Prized will be given to tht Johns, and ,to Mrs. Ruby Second half play got underway run, Sandra Norman 4 for,4.: Mrs. Sullivan Bloodworthand through May 8. Rev. F. A., CHURCH OF GOD Wedneaday. Rev. W. L. I Training Union. 6:30: p. m.
best decorated bikes. We have Johns for their help in cookIng I Tuesday night, July 19. and Adel Mitchell 3 for 1 'paced -, children of Gainesville Stephens of Savannah, Ca. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Newman, pastor.NORTHSIDE 'Evening Service. 7:30: Prayer
many events scheduled for the preparation and organization and Goodman Gulf, lost place the winner's attack. Ginger visited'! Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. will bring the measure' each Sunday School, 10 a. m. I Meeting, Wednesday, 7:10: p.
coming! week and hope that of this party. finisher 'of the 1st half turnedthe Davis had 2 'of the, ,losers'. ,4 Bloodworth Sunday. night at 7:30.IIEILBRONN: Worship Services, 11 a. m. and BAPTIST m.Rev.. R. H. Butler, pastor.
everyone will come out and Han' tarn-12 Yr. Old Game tables 'on Hurst Shell, nlta. ": ; Mr. and Mrs. Mallle Orlffls I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday, Located on Bajncas: Highway -
runner up of the 1st half 10 visited Mr. and Mrs. Gordon BAPTIST [SR 225at] Raiford Road AIRPARK BAPTISTSunday
have a good time. Archery. Friday July 22: Schedule for Tuesday Aug. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting,
Air Rifle, ''Softball. Small Fry The Rayburnltes beat Magee'a to 6. Hurst 'briefly took a 3-0 2: T:30: p.m.Hurst Shell va Hill In Macclenny Saturday Sunday School 10 a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. L. S [tSR 161. Services: Sunday School, 9:45: : a, m.
Baseball and Indoor Games I Outlaws 8 to 2 behind lead, but Goodman padded 3 Holiday Inn. 9 p.m.Nancy'sFlowers I night. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Williams, pastor.PENTACOSTAL. School. 10 a, m. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
will be available to all the the hitting of Tony Castlen this advantage by scoring v* Goodman G .Jf. I Friends of Mrs. Inez Har- Training Union, 6:30: p. m. I Morning Worship 11 a. m Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.
The Summer Pro who had double anda in the 3rd and 1 in the 4th will to learn that HOLINESS Training Union, 6:30 m.
children a single, Amateur Softball Assoc. vey regret Evening: Service. 7:30.: Midweek : p. Prayer Meeting, Wedneesday.
gram is almost over, BO take home part while you can. of the 8 runs Rickey Bennett Hurst Shell rallied In the 6th The Sub-district Slow-pitch Medical Center where Sunday School, 10 a. m Prayer Service, Wednesday
m. Wednesday.Tl'OY Johnson Friday, 7:30: p. m.Rev.. E. L.Qilffts. ,
Bantam Baseball Pony had 2 singles for the winners Inning for 3 runs but-were Unable Softball Tournament began she will have surgery Wed- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 7:30.Rev.. Glenn Law-
League Party j and scored 2 runs David Pres- to 'overcome the deficit Tuesday, July 26, with Nancy's nesday. We pray she recov- pastor. Evangelistic service 7:30: pm. pastor.

Over 50 boys from the Ban. I cott was ,'the winning pitcher. and went down to defeat. Flowers meeting Lake City, ers speedily. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service, Tuesday '
tam and Pony League turnedout The losers were led In the hitting Goodman 'outhit the Shell Schedule for Thursday (to- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grit us BAPTIST CHURCH 7:3(1: ( p.m.-Russell Croft, pastor That's
team 15 ,to 8, Gwen Moxley, Our Business
Saturday for the Annual department by Farlan :Mc- night): 7:30: p.m.. GaInes- and children spent Friday 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday GLASS
Baseball Party at Camp Clellan's four-bagger. Guy Wanda Williams Patsy Nettles vllle va Cross City (Dixie Bel- night and Saturday at Lake
Blanding. They enjoyed swimming Haddock pitched a fine game Shirley Fuquay and lea). 9 pm. winders .(Cross Brooklyn.: services: Sunday School: 10 a. I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "If It's Class We Have It"
and Barbara Masters each collected Starke All Stare I m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.
plenty' of hamburgers despite the score. Accordingto City) va Joel Roberts of Marcus
Cokes potato chips andbaker the coaches concerned, the 2 hits for the winners Hazel A double header will \be Hook Fenna. was visiting his Ing Union 6:15: : p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m CALL WRITE or VISIT

beans. The group left game was actually closed than Grtffls and Johnnie Smith played Friday night betweenthe parepta, Mrand Mrs. Will Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
each liad 2 safeties for the welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Choir Practice 7:30
the Recreation Center-at the indicated. Thursday :
:from score I winners 'of Tuesday and Roberts Sunday. We Design' Modern Store Fronts
10 am. Saturday and arrived I Small Fry Baseball Game losers. Thursday' games' The cnaon-: Mr and Mrs. James Nor- pastor. P. m.
at Camp Blanding shortly Monday July 18: ptonshlp game will be played man and family of Jacksonville KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Just Mail! Us A Pattern For
continued
thereafter. The boys were put The Lions proved to be King Nancy's Flowers Saturday night, July. 30, at,B visited relatives here LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Table TopsSIIEA'S

'I p.m. All games will ,be playedat /Sunday; Sunday School. 9:45: a m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Hardy Field admission, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Orlffis Morning Worship 11 n. m. Training Union 6:15: p m.
50 cents for adults-no chargefor and children and Mr. and Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Mid- GLASS CO.

REVIVAL SERVICES students. Mrs. Will Roberts visited Prayer Meeting Wednesday week Prayer Service Wedn- .
Mrs. Inets Harvey In Gaines 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther :McGee day 7:30: Choir Practice, 8:30p. :
.... ville ,Medical Center Sunday pastor. m. -Rev. Jim Rlgdon, sup 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

i : afternoon ,
RAIFORDBy : Mrs. Fred Jones and Mrs.I
E. ,D. Dryden 'of Lake City I
nI : j BOATDRAIN visited" Mrs Mary Freeman
b : Mr. Earl Dobbs ", I An investment inIfflid Your Future ..t. --


'titI': .n," Baptist Church .....Phone...AA..A.496-2601 ... : i ":1'
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\'t::' "' August 1st Penna.J. C.. was Hunter a business'of Arlington visitor, : \.J u 1i

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'i here Tuesday.Mr NEWS.
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> : ?. Charles Thomas and)
.: 'Y7i Thru Aug. 7th niece. Miss Ada Mae Thomr I

I as of Hathorne, visited ,Mrs
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: ;;; Mary and Mr.grandsons''Freeman and Mrs.Sunday.Bruce Earl .[
__ Services Each Night and Mason Mikel! and. Ode Services for the week: |

8:00 P.M. Dobbs attended a, barbecue Sunday Sunday School, j
f supper with Mr. 'ahd Mrs. 9:43: : .. m. Morning Worship, '

':" Special Music Wayne Jones on Kingsley 11 a. m., sermon, "Jesus, The i
4' Lake Wednesday night. Way. The Truth, and The,I'
'" Bible Preaching Elson Brannon 'of Lake Life," Training Union. 6:15: : SO DOES A RECORD PLAYER

City visited Mr.. and Mrs W. p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: I
Bloodworth i Our Nation faces a serious threat of
EVANGELIST B. Sunday sermon, "God is no respector (O 'v f
Mrs. Orin Reddish Sr. Mrs. of p 1'lJQI18." I, communism just off our shore.

Mary Mott and Miss Geraldine Monday WMU Execu- rt At the same time within our nation,

e David MedierosA I Bloodworth Reddish visited in Bradford W B. tive Tuesday Board -meeting.WMU 7 business p. m. i rlt .ttiey) are seeking to undermine our faith in

County Hospital Monday. and program meeting and =_ GaL There are many' sayings and

Charles Bloodworth ,18ft covered ,dish luncheon 12 expressions going around in our country
Warm-hearted Bible Preacher and an Accomplished Accordionist.! Saturday night for his homeIn 7
noon. Deacons Meeting, p. --_ that are communist inspired.
Come and Hear Him Sing and Preach God's" Word. Oklahoma after several I .
In order to "parroting" theM
days visit with his brother, m.Wednesday Sunday I prevent
A Special Invitation To All Mr. and Mrs.. Warren Blood-( School Superintendents cab-j::I sayings, that weaken our nation...

worth arid other' Relatives" inet meeting, 6 p. m. Prayer attend church regularly, and study:

Rev. Roger Bergstrom, Pastor here. Meeting, 7 p. m. Church I Cod's word so that the truth is
Friends of -O.: It Blum: of Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m. i I li
the State Farm will regret to Thursday Visitation 10 .more! essay recognized.

learn that he Is still"a> pa- a. m. and 7 p. m. I
tient In Bradford County
Hospital. FIRST METHODIST I 9M

BEST WAY Friends 'of Resale Prlffls CHURCH. STARKE
'of Virginia will be glad to Sunday Sunday School
TO CLEAN UPA know that he Is home 'from 9:45: : a. m. Morning Worship,
service. 11 a. m. Snack Supper for
IGJTGHEN MESS Mrs. Frances Kittler visit. MYF meetings 6:30: p. m. 4 -r 1?' 1 = ft onof 8th w7oTi drmoi \

ed her father, Alan Carlton. Evening: Worship 7:30.: vi! = God, that y* man b* .

In King Memorial Hospital Monday Commission on able to itand agcuiut the \
"
Monday. Education 7 p. m. Official 1 valet / th dewL"Jl\
Mr. and M>s. :Francis Board meeting In sanctuary ::1
Bloodworth of Sarasota visIted 8 p. m.Tuesday. ]i kL
his father W. B. Blood- .- WSCS executive i
1
: worth In Bradford County committee meeting, 9:30: ,
AND WE LOVE IT Q Hospital! Sunday, a. m., Ladles Bible class-I .
..Iv Edward Addison and Wood- room. WSCS

row Kittler left Friday nightto program meeting in sanctu Kit dime b G.d'i.pp.Us.d..q, "" .. h"Ml'" MfM to../.... visit! Mr. and Mrs. Franklin ary, 10 a. m. : fee man.nd.rf Mil d........fol nan to'.........to"ItMt" .tout bj.kt..|h*M|.libof. .Wilh.. ...f0m p
u Kittler'and family In WednesdaY'Prayer' Meet- |i Mlin' to DM ,kmftfuvw d God, a p.sem.d w war r ...p si M. ... .Iq 1-
Lake Charles La. !lug 7 p. mThursday I and.. IN' fa donl.*.,..wt M4 II..fear. .. Mtvitobfr, "" ,sJi. T n...s., .. _, : ;
Mr. and Mrs. George Dyalof Chancel Choir ... itlM, .. ,.... W ..*.. .... .....101 .."... h> a-dlior HM, wh..l< .MM. MlfaMf ., !;:.f
Jacksonville visited her rehearsal 7:30: p. m. hiimtN, and,. 'ha I-, ,. ..,..*. .Dm. ....-. -r paw Jag ..IwM.. ..4. po*. .
parents Mr. and Mrs. Randolph **xx> ill "ft*awns "town" k hh ..w kwk (*MI_'1 UK*.. ... *!..... a.* ,...r
Bryant Friday and BAPTIST CHURCH awn "d dw. W s MI I ilia he .I IN ..t4k. II W- 'V.t'Qf 1r\.
Saturday. Sunday School. 10 a. m. eJr AI,.a.q '
Dock Addison of Jacksonville Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
spent last week with his Training Union. fi:30: p. m. I

family Evening Worship! T::3Q. Prayer
Miss Beth Dobbs spent the Meeting Wednesday 7:39.: -I I These
weekend with friends at Rev, B. T. Peavy, pastor Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

C' ) i s Jacksonville The Orlffls Beach.and Wilkinson ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Farmers Mutual f Koch
Reunion was held Sunday at STARKE I Drug Store Lawson Meat Market

I New River Methodist Church Sunday Maw, 9:15: : a. m. Exchange
"YOUR HEALTH IS OUR AND COLD STORAGE
with approximately one Tuesday-Novena and Benediction -
hundred twenty-five present. 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, Feed* Fertilizer*-S!f'eds :MAIN CONCERN"Free
We Specialise In Custom Slaughter
After Sunday School, /group' ,,8 p. m. Poultry Equipment17NICO
singing was enjoyed and, at I Thursday\ : and ?rlda- TIRES-\TTKRIE8 Delivery Phone 964-4491 lug, Cutting A Wrapping-

1 p. m. a bountiful,luncheon Mass 7:30: a. m. [9-30 a. m. Petroleum Produrta Prepared For" Deep Frc MPHO.VB
," was served. Among those attending for grade and high school student
t '" were Mr. and Mrs. *!, I I Bradford Abstract Co. 964-8281:
r LLsh Wilkinson and family Saturday MMe, 9.38 a. m.
"
b SLADE
I of Hawthorne. 158 W. CALL STREET GAS
!. \ Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kirk- BO A'F DRAIN BAPTIST Ph. 964.6881 Fla. I .
Starke 'i v1
land of Macclenny visitedMr. REVIVAL SERVICES and Appliance Center -t '

and Mrs. M. M. antis Revival 'services will start
> Sunday afternoon Monday at the Boatdraln Edwards Grocery & OF STARKE INC.
-- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Palma Baptist Church and continue
"" of New Haven. 'Conn visited through Sunday, Aug. 7. David Mkt. DeWITT C. JONES U.S. 301 NORTH

Mr. and Mrs. Bar! Dobbs and Medelros. an accomplish Groceries Meats Feeds FUNERAL HOMES Ph. 969-3801 Starke, Fla.
-
family Thursday afternoon. ed accordionist. will be the
rinsing' no Mr. and Mrs. Keith Qriffls evangelist and services will Gas & Oil
No ,
Fastest, easiest; smartest way too. pre- Starke Ph. 964-2600
TF and family of Macclenny visited begin each night at S o'clock.! Ph. 964-2182 Starke Fla.
drying no drudgery. Make dishpan hands a thing ef) the pant with a Mr. and Mrs. .Mallle The. pastor, Rev Roger I Keystone Heights Charley E. Johns

modern electric dishwasher- and save 90 minutes a day in the Orlffis! Monday night.:. Bergstrom, extends an invitation -; Loudon's Merle Norman Agency
healthier- happier- when you wash Miss Terry Jones of starke '' to. the public to attend Ph. 473-3176 ,
bargain. Dishes are cleaner, and Miss Darnell all l services.
,.Thomas of tat S. Walnut Ph. 94-0301
whole family I See your appliance dealer ',- Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop
's
the electric way. so your Hawthorne are vlsltlnft their 117 8. Thompson ph. 4-SOHl GENERAL, INSURANCE

or plumbing contractor Today /grandmother' Mrs. ;Mary If Your Hair In't Bf'.ondncTo LACY CONWAY Nobody But Siobojy. UadenelU I
Freeman for several weeks. CARD OF THANKS You-You Should Be Coming To Us. Charley E. Johns Agency
Mr. and Mrs. L. J'Mikell. Our recent. sad loss leaves
American
THERE'S NO- Jr. of Sorrento arrived Saturday us with grateful hearts toward Service Station

FLAMELESS. $ for a week visit with neighbors and friends. Starke "66" Service and Bus Station Hurst SHell ServiceBILL
'IT'S Ce4 PER. her parents Mr and Mrs. Their comforting express
-,-- Earl Dobbs and family. ions of sympathy and EDWARDS
CARL IIURST
,
Mrs. Onle Qrlffls accompanied thoughtfulness will alwaysbe Brake Service-Whirl Balance Lacy Conway Flying' Service

FLORIDA I POWER 4 LIGHT COMPANY her dauchter and remembered' famIly Wheel. Alignment Instruction Ph. 864-1061 Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 9646111.J
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe of QleopatraAlexander i .IT N. Temple Ph. 064-8891

Fair and ton of Gainesville Daalman
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