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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Spector j1jj'ird"t'' '.It ,. "J1 "":1'0' I .. I I City Job, Plans Endorsed

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Wins By .,:, : I u'', wr;( ., l i"M"' ::1I''t. Pay: Plan

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75 Votes Adopted County Ag Complex



Bradford County was In i' A job classification ami salary .

the winning camp In Tues schedule for city employees Moves Closer
day's special election, giving was adopted with u 3.1 Step

Sam Spector of Tallahassee j ..... vote by the Starke City Council : -
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246 votes In his successful ) $ __ Tuesday night,
race for judge of the First 'I ;__ As .stipulated by Councilman ,

District t Court of Appeal. Z4 : Ruby Johns' motion. the _. .. ,., Cost- EstimatedAt ---
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Judge Martin Sack of Jack-! 4' -... new schedule will not go Into r. f
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aonvllle, the Incumbent received effect until October 1 I. but i !tvilepai I .", i $50,000

171. tmcntul budgets!; being! I I
With all but 27 of the 966 ts. submitted soon will have to be I An agricultural center
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precincts reporting In the 37- ,3 .: prepared according to the I:i for Bradford County moved -

county First District Spector 4 schedule Chairman Call Hurttjiid a step closed:: to reality

had 19,899 votes, to Sacks! : r: that "In every (':u.u Its this:: week! with the tentative

16.143. going to mean a few <'nt" approval of plans by
Only 405 voters ii i it raise" I
went to VV. O. Whittle chief of
The chairman imked( if It I
the polls In
Bradford
:: County Florida
Tue"dRYless might not be better to walt I State Farmers

cent of the more than than eight 9,000 per t It to adopt the document until Markets, and the endorse

who are registered. There : after all budget/: me conipl) <', .. I ment of the Bradford
Some changes are needed< in I 5' U
were 12 absentee votes with 1 ,County Fair Association'sexecutive
L41rL- the schedule./ Hurst mild "and ,
each :
candidate receiving six. ,, : board.
If you go ahead the !supei-
Voter apathy and an apparent I Location of the proposednew :
Intendents will have to be
continuation of antl- | -_ __ center would be on a
L careful when they make thi-li I
Burns feeling In some areas I site between the Starke State
I budgets. i
contributed to Spector's victory -1 Fire Chief K. C. 'Iliifortl '(center" ) probes "InnardH". of burned-out generator "Don't you think it would l I Faimers Market and the

over the Incumbent. who' under watchful eyes' of Flit-man, |Clii rl."* Schnefer, (left) uml I ex-Mayor; Billy Jau'kiui., ,, be better to wait?" Hurst IL.W. I Florida Highway Patrol
was appointed bv Oov Burnsto asked. 11. (Hilly) NoeRcl It. C. (IVe Wee) IXimpier well Lawson! Headquarters, with the building

fill the unexplred term of "No, I thought It would% be I in line with these two

Judge Wallace Sturgis who better to adopt it now." :Mrs, Election Set Sept. 13 structures. The necessary
Generator
died In office. Blazes Up John. replied. property would be deeded to
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The 42-year-old Spector "Well, go nhead and, w.'II the county by the State Department -

was an assistant state attorney Hee," ,tho chairman returned,\ of Agriculture and
I 3 Vie For Vacant Seat
for seven years reSigning Councilman Jimmy MrRae. the Bradford County Fair

that position to qualify At City Power PlantA then gave the second to Mm Association, with the largest
as a candidate for district!! Johns' motion and Councilman portion coming from the

Judge. Seeber Goodman voted with state agency.

The nomination give. them. Councilman. OI'leVlg.. As Council Race Although the propositionwas
fire seared the No 3 generator the )j hit last June 16 DevelopsA
lisrhtninjr
Spector; two years on the! same one gins voted 'no, going along approved by Whittle on

court starting next January causing damage totaling $11,000 at the City Power Plant Saturday morning. with the chairman's Idea thatit a visit-- to-- .-trI--...-. ""-*-,....An"-....

since there is no Republican Flia trucks were delayed would 'be better to wait. final approval will have to
nominee.In by a train for several minutes The schedule was developed three-way race for Incumbent Wiggins an employee for the post two years. Hurst come from the State Depart

1968 the Jutfgeshlp::! will and the blaze scorched I about 30 minutes and the watts. so the plant la still op-\ several monha ago. with out ,I the vacant Group 3 City | ol the Independent\ operates a service station. ment in Tallahassee. The

he up for a full six-year wIring and the rotor. All generator was put completelyout crating below capacity. If I side oHHlKtonre and has 'been I I Council seat developed j Telephone; Co., Is seeking his Candidates may qualify, land would be deeded to the

term. power in the city was off of commission. Utilities\ another generator went out;j under consideration several ', quickly as: the qualifying 1\ fifth term on the council. He under the city code. until county

I I Superintendent Oscar Davis now however the plant times, It was first suggestedby 'period opened Wednesdayfor served la 1942-3 1958-60 and I' noon Saturday, August 27 County Agent O. T Hug.

Dope Tra1Postponed; said. I, would have to operate at :Mayor Randal Chitty as a the September 13 1902-6. i 1 sixteen days prior to the election. gins said the proposed] new
Kittles Guilty Telephcne service was also peak capacity. meAns to achieve orderly and \ \I Chairman Carl Hurst Is I Iseeklnit ; The election Is held annually building, approximately 40 it

Again Interrupted until a switch to I No 3 was taken to Baldwin consistent pay Increases and election. his fourth term. He I|I on the second, Tuesday 100 ft. would house all Extension

Of Assault I auxiliary batteries could be Wednesday to be rewired to provide the right amount Plunking down their $601were I has erved continuously since In September which falls' Services In the coun
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Postponed for the third time, I made. or i employees in e; The done in the the Farm
the trial of ,Mrs. job was Forester
Odom Evelyn Jeanette Gets 6' Lightning struck the gen- plant last time. to catty the necessary. Ewell Lawson and W H j I the Asca (Allrlcul.

I, tempting' charged' with -at. Months._.. ,erat<)r, oH.June.46\ and It ,was .. work loud.Angry I Billy 1 Noegel, along with apolitical I I ture Stabilization &"c-Conservatfon :: -
smuggle dope In- IVImtwAn
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( R. C. (Pee
newcomer.
put back Into service June 30
to the State Prison Service! the SC3
at LandscapingContract
has been continued until Ralford the, Convicted of 'assault: a after a rewiring Job by WestInghouse angry debate was touched Weel] Dumpier. Incumbents (Soil Conservation Service! 1
Lawtey Negro Willard Let off when Councilman Mc- for the two other seats, One '
fall term of Circuit Court. Kitties Corp. of Bald I the County Agent, and the
Set for last Thursday, July was .-enitenced, ,to a fix win. Just 30 days later. on On Highway 301 Rae moved to supply City Wiggins;; in Group 1, and, Extension Home Economics
Clerk Merrill Kdwimls with acitizens' Council Chairman Carl Hurstin
28, ,the case was continued I month Jail term in 'a CiruiJ: 'July 30, It caught fire. Since the Agent, It would provide offices
when counsel for the defense Court trial here lost Thursday Cause of Saturday's fire I II is The State Roa.4 Department und band meter radii' reAding >have I Group 5, also qualified,j __ conference room, kitchen
billing
requested additional time. July 28 'before Judge I,unknown: damage to the has awaided. a contract been transferred hack to the but were without opposition facilities and a small
Mrs. adorn in. charged with George I.. Patten. wiring! was too extensive to for $5.664 to SkuggsLanckicaix clou's, office McRae felt it I as' the cleik's office closedyesterday. ; auditorium for groups up to

attempting to smuggle dopein I Klttlea was released by the determine where It starte. I : .* Garden Inc of for Edwirds to be I II ____50. Hugglns said that Tom

the prison concealed beneath court since he. had'.. alraady: .Davis said. ,, Jacksonville for !landscaping> In necessary I touch with his meter reud- The Group :3 post was left Skinner, agricultural engineer

a wig. Two previous served nine month*f awaiting' Westinghouse Dan .. says 8,3 miles of U S 301 from eis. I open when Councilman Seeb- with the Extension
1 trial dates had ,been set but trial. He was tried by the; will replace the burned wiring. the Clay County line north er Goodman announced he I Service, and Frank Oeorge,
were postponed for various State of Florida on a 'charge The wiring job after to Baldwin. Edwards disagreed sayIng would not seek re-election I architect for the proposednew

reasons. Airs. Odom Is under' of aggravated aaaault but aixman lightning hit exist 7000. he a cltl/pns's band wouldbe but woulj seek a school board county courthouse have

J5.0UO bond to appear. Jury found ,him gull said. The city, however will) Also awarded wits! a ,$238.- K.jlng only half way fis I post. which he did successfully both agreed that quarters for
926 contract to HouJallle-i wantt n set so he can talk to
the leer of the
ty of charge as- I agricultural
services
can
have to replace the burned j |
Duval Wright construction In Including
anybody the city
sault. be i ,
3 SentencedIn who has provided more
Dumpier never adequatelyand
rotor at a cost of $4,000 tol j cc.npany of Jacksonville! for the Police and Utility
The defendant WWI charged sought a political office. has more economically In a
Escape Try with the May 30. 165 cutting $4,500 Insurance may cover I wi lenlng and resurfacing Departments. lived In Staike since 1935 I separate building than they.
a percentage of the city's 12 5 miles of State Road Th clerk said one set Is could: be
Found) guilty of a July 9 of Maggie Perkins'of Lawtey, 21'j j I and has been In business for in the new court.
Utility
In the Departmen'and
escape attempt, three inmates with whom lie had:"'be-ert living. ; loss. Davis said. starting about thiee 20 years He now owns and house. He said that cost of

of the Florida State Prison at Prosecuting the case was David With& the No. 3 generatorout norti. of Keystone HeightsI one in the Police arch-Department operates the Mary Carter I'liiMtUnirport/ / UIM MOIVII 35 feet by frfitk twister last the proposed center had been

Ralford were sentenced. to Anderson, assistant wtate with Just an Paint Store. Sulunlay, itnil, (',Ullt' tu< rest. tmtrUle, a clothe,* Hun at State I roughly estimated at 50000.
capacity of the four lemalnlnur I at the site of the Shands & way separation the two
Coat
attorney. Gene Shaw, onslst- Farm trailer toll.T of the. 'building! if constructed
additional terms of two years Of the three. Lawson ha
1 Is 4.70Ckilowatts of One of the two sets.
Baker Mine)
ant public. defederapted as Sand and extending areas would be
each in Circuit Court here paid by the
the most experience in city .
could be transferred to his!! ---- ---- -
defense counwef. power at peak load. Davis\ j to the Intersection County Corrumtaslon.
last
28. :
Thursday
July politics having three tcimson
I The three, John Sidney The state called live vrit- said peak load required by'': of 21 and SR 10 ca.st: of office. Edwards snld. and: the the co-incll and seven Huggins said it Is hoped

Damron, 26; David Silas nesses: Maggie Perkins, Char. the city now Is :3,500 kilo Can IP Ulitndlng (Continued on Pw" SIx! years as a bond trustee He that be brick construction will
lie Miller Retha Austin Vera used --"at least on thefront"
Marsh, 23. and Richard James last held a council post. in
Dlgga and Dr. T. G. Rltch.. for better .
Phillips 21, waived the rightto I 1964-65 but vacated It to run appearance
Testimony brought out that and leas cost of main
be represented by an at. I unsuccessfully for chief of
torney. the Perkins woman. was walk. tenance.! He said that he plan
Bradford Chapter : police lie was on the council : ned to confer ,
Damron is serving a 30-year ing along a road with Miller with the County
I I from 1953-57 AndI/ bondi I Commission
sentence for armed robbery when KItties verne tip from concerning: the
trustee from and has !
Phillips a 10-year sentence for behind and grabbed her. 1957-63 plans at Its meeting: next;

armed robbery and Marsh a Nobody saw a knife, including Local FFA BoysVin Award served continuously In ont t Tuesday.HiifTjylni.
Forestry : capacity or the othl'trom/ '.
life term for second degree the victim, but\ all teatl- snkf there 13 a definite
that aha Dr. ,, 1953-1965 trend In Florida toward
murder. Bed wo cut.
,. busln" I
of --- Lawson Is a ssman the construction! of agricultural
Rltch testified that Jie treatedthe The Bradford Chapter
Ii
; also one of the operatoi s of centers to house all
Blab i extension
KEYSTONE LEGION Perkins woman for a the Future Farmers of Amei I
wound in the neck. I Lawvrn' :Meat :Mniket : services. He said that.
I The new Keystone-Melrose I I lea placed first In its district I Noegel. a I icsldont for 37 at least 40 counties already
Members of the Jury were '
American Legion Post will War. for 1966 In the statewide FFA, years, has !served one term on have such centers in opera

hold Its second;! meeting tonight Alfred ren W. H.Winkler Underwood Oscar E. forestry contest and n ei/ed! the council from 1955-57 He tion.Fair
(Thursday) at 8 p. m. is In the automobile sale I Association( bondholderswill
Lester McCotlough. a $75 cash award from spon-
Crosby,
in the Clay] Electric Co-op and restaurant business.. be asked to release a strip
Thomas S. Hogsed, Jr., and soilhg St. Regis Paper Com l
conference room. All mem- '" Noeuel an i Lawson were of property not exceeding: 20
Otis E. Brewer.Saturday J q
bers and prospective members pany. :: the (candidates. in 1353. In feet. Huggins said, for .he

I are urged to attend.Florida Fa-il Hutchins. Bradford s .' ''. .'.. the only ';1<'<'1111 election ever (upliiK hide nun left In rii'r of utoriigt Mlietl when cement new ag- center'" Bite.

To Be C.iapteadvisor; and '/oca ..' t held In the (cIty A tie Murk.from nirport foundation wu lifted and dropped through "This will take part of the

Carp's Last Day tlonal agriculture teacher at, "'," .';. vote resulted' when both were I Iln. roof liy Saturday.- twister. parking area," Muggins. said,

ASA Bradford High School. received :, i ninnmi.! foi the council and "but we plan to ask permission

On Call Street : the St Regis Award ., ,! : Lawson won) the special vote Twister; Takes to improve the area in

1966 District II for hi* FFA chapter at the .. .,., but 'TOl'r'.1.< also later won a CarportWhile back of the market to use for

Tournament Saturday will be the final state convention of vocational o. seat nn tin, council I parking on a non-exclusive

day of Carp's clothing store agriculture teachers in f.' Charles Rector, aj j shed near the trailer, twurta."

Men'sSlow In Its present location on W. Daytona Beach i! i ., Monument Firm mcdl'-al technician at the ing a gaping hole mak-I Huggins said a resolutionwas

Pitch Softball Call Street. The Bradford Chapter.. led Florl'la! Stite: Prison was In stroyed by the wind were I beingdrafted Wednesdayby
Carl Henley said the first by.: President John Odom: 1- To Hold Formal aalni'-vllle, last !Saturday'; Rector's television and citi the Fair Association executive

HARDY FIELD few days of next week wU won its state award in competition 12 makni' an Installment pay- zen's band raJlo antennas I board and would be
StarkeThur.Fri.Sat. lOB( FFA 1i JIJPaul Opening August forwardde to Mr. Whittle endorsing
be devoted to moving Into with nearly j ment on his house trailer Total estimated damage

the new store in Starke chapters throughout Florida Rosier! :Monument.. Co. lorntcw / I taipo-f. old Mother Naturewas was $700-all covered by In the proposed plans for

, Plaza.. on W. Madison ,Street.Carp's Two years ago the chapter \i- : it 411V, :MadIson St I I'a.'rO.'lH playing\ havoc with the surance. the agricultural center.
, received a $100 award from :
I will'be' 'to the carport by mpans of a freak The Rectors are thankful
open .' ) will
I r'om"lnn.Oixlp '
Aug. 11 12, 13 i, public? in, its hfw .location St Regis for placing second"; gust of 'wind or "twister" tnat they and their two Board MeetingsSet
have its formal opening on
I about the mIddle of next In tHe state. The. Rector family returned I'I youni sons were away. from TuesdayThe

Admission l 50c: Adults I week. Henley said The school forest contest" Fridav, Ang 12, according- to the State Prison mo- home at the time as some

I Students Free : has been sponsored by St I :M.irvtn, iiml Louise RoHier I bile home lot early Saturday' one would likely have been Bradford School Board

RVMMAQE( .s'uE', Regis for.!more: than 10 years. ownei ;ind operators afternoon to find that shortly i I seriously! hurt had they been' and County Commission will

ride Space Contributed Awards are presented to I: The company wil handle a before their arrival, the carport In the trailer or the yard. I meet next Tuesday, August 9,

Weekly to Publicize I The Senior Olrl'Scout/r/ will 'wInning FFA chapters totl,| complete line of granite and, had been lifted from Its Rector's was the only at 9:30: a. m. In the court-
: hold
II a Rummage Sale :
on -year-round: forest manage- I Iment foundation and blown clear property. damaged In the house.
Community ErcnU by' I Saturday: Aug. -6.' starting at practices including marble monuments, memorials. :
) the
: across trailer landing
meetIngs -
mobile home lot. where about Regular first Tuesday
8 a, m at the old City Fish reforestation conservation. : and miusnietims.Mr. ,",
) atop a clothesline about 35
The Community : Market on'E, Brownlee maintenance of fire lines Roller has been in the feet I 15 trailers are parked. He of the two boards were
Hutching left), Bradford FFA advlsnr, nway A cement block not held August 2 because of
( Street Proceed accepts a
'will go to insect control. harvesting/ business. nt selling nnd er..tIng from the foundation had and hU family have been
State Bank r' the special election for a
13 check.
$ fur his
help finance chapter's wiwd-MInning furmtry
I s.
NV. program
tampingKip: and; Stores for a profit, monuiiHTita for the pa.sti also been lifted and dropped residents of the State Farm Judge to t.he District Court
I from St. Jirglit Paper Company'. Carl Dennis. I
j i eight yearn. i, through the rout of a. storage about four months. of Appeal _






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Mr and Mrs Francis Miss Mary Brownlee of Ned.Mr. I Tracy A nda'cws. 18 month Local .. -
admittances to Bradford I Alike< Halle of Miami w.is \\vlll ,ilhi.i't trite aniwli- durl"',
Menu have returned from Dalthlioie, Md. MVh M. C and( Mrs. Philip Cronk- : .old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I County Hospital this !, visiting MH grandmother. :M'1' the revival!
Iwo I weeks visit with relatives Stlth of Falls Church Va. hlte and family will move Richard Andrews, who has week Include: Mi* Mary Al- I VV a Haiio from Sunday to
In Toledo. OhIo. and grandchildren, Timothy this weekend to :2045 Rojero been KprionM'v III in the Gainesville ma Jackson, Raymond< E.:Hess/ Thursday Sunday services will be
10:45: : a.m. unit 7 45: .
Rev and Mrs. Hugh Wal- and Mary Ellen Stlth ofLeesbjrg. Road in Jacksonville Medica.1 Center the I Raymond Crews. Kirby Till- Mrs Alice Langford of Lake Weekday :: p.)
ters of Trenton were Monday Va will arrive this Mrs. J. B. Compton of punt. four months, la improvIng. mon Crews Olin C. Garrett, Butler hall been admitted to nightly at 7.15 services' will '
luncheon guests of Mr. and weekend to spend a week Hartsvllle, S. C. Is Spending; ?. Mrs. Mavta! Goodge Mrs. Pearl the Starke Nursing Home. p.m.
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. E. D. Tenly. with Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. a month with her daughter Mrs. Walter Harvey of At- Saule Mrs Janice L. Johns
Plume 964-0651 Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry Johansen Chasteen Jr They nee bringing Mrs. Ruth Reynolds. Mrs. lanta Ga. walt visiting Mr. and Mrs Erma Pollard; all of Revival Services]
and, Mrs. J.1.\ RUoh frem Starke; Mrs. Mabel S. Rid-
and family of New Orleans their mother, Mrs. H. L. Reynolds also had as week- TIDE:: RIGHT POINT for the,
[ La. were visiting Rev. Brow'ilee, home after a two end guest her niece. Miss 'Sunday to Tuesday. ley, and Codia G. Odom of Start SundayAt '
Mr. and Mr W F. Glenn Drhra( and Valarie Furlong and Mrs V. J. Ragsdale from months visit.Mr Elizabeth: Williams! of BeiiU- ,.:\1'1'11. A. F. SanH In. ronflned Melrose; Mrs. Josephine E. I IStrllJ1dberg. Raiford Church way you write, Come In ant'
were vlsltlnp relatives( in Albany of Tlfton. Oa. are spendingten Saturday to Thursday.Mrs. andf1'S.! R. n Chism fort. S. C. In Bradford County Hospital and Rose Jane ..
Columbus and Zebu- I alter she. slipped on a doorstep Reynolds. of Keystone: Heights, .elect your favorite EST 1111&I &
da 'sl1h their Paul jrr. and Mri. James
grandparents Bridges and Mrs. and l family have returned BiKTRfl! RPV Thoma.Ioor:\ ('. field| |I ....
Nathan L. Varnes
Gull.
Ion, Da. last week. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. C. H. Nasworthy were in from two weeks vacation of Clarkftton, Ga. were visiting lust Friday and broke her and secretary for the Sixth :Mission \ ItltOOK( fountain pen. TELl:
Linda and Jennifer Haas! Hazen Their brother, BillFurlt11K. Brunswick, Ga, last Tuesday They spent one week at I her parents :Mr.\ and Mrs. toe. ford F. Arnold of Lake, Butler District of the Ftnridv:I
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visited Mr. and Mrs. W.< B. underwent an appendectomy to Thursday visiting friends Cleai water Beach( and a I Henry Stefanelll, from Friday Mri A. H. Carratt of Daytona Brooker; Mra. and Lottie Edwards of Baptist Convention will be!.;I 4.U.\riI. ..
Spell and family Orlando last Thursday.Mr. and relatives week with Mr. mid Mrs. Carroll to WednPHcliiy.Jlr. Beach was, Monday overnight : David K Dyalof I the evangelist at the First ,
from Friday to Tue day. Mrs! and Mrs. Ralph Bald- The Intermediate Sunday Baker In Eustis and in and Mrs. Charles Mey- guest of Mrs. Carrie Hampton. I Baptist Church of Ralford In t
Spell and son brought the win end Mr. and Mrs. Albin school class of the First Baptist the Scrub ers of Atlanta' Ga. arc guests Ward Jeff Torode of Gainesville Revival, Sunday morning, Aug. THE BRADFORD
Haas children home and remained -, SchUger of Jackson. Mina Church enjoyed a slumber Miss Julia Ann Walters of I this week of ,:\\11'. and Mrs A. Mr. and :\\1'8.' V. A. Nichols la spending: two weeks with 7, through Sunday evening COUNTY TELEGRAPH;
with the Haas family I arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. I, party at the Klnusley Trenton I is spending! this S. Harrison Sr. and, daughter, Janet have returned his grandparents Mr. and August 14. |
for several days. Jerry Baldwin this! week. Lake home of their teacher. week with her cousin Mrs Mr. and :\Irs. R. L. Alvarez from two weeks visit Mrs W. E. Torode. Rev. Moore., a native of Texas Published every Thursdayat
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mul- Mr. and Mrs. James Hayward Mrs. A. J. Barry last Friday Randal Chitty Jr. and family of Fort Myers with friends and relatives In Brenda and Vicki Williams came to Florldn.. from the 138 W. Call St.,
llos of Columbus Oa.. were I of Springfield Ohio night. Jeff Warren has returned were weekend (guests of Mr. Cameron, Austin and Nacodo- are visiting their voiflns, Pastorate of the Shawnee; Starke Fla. 32091
weekend guests of Mr. and are guests this week of Mr Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop from a two weeks trip to and Mrs. Paul Raymond.Mr. (ches Texas: Baptist Church. Louisville Kv.
a..d T..rrl Combs, in Second class!!
Mrs. W. F. Olenn. I and Mrs. Eldon Mathews. Jr. whose birthdays:! fell on California Nebraska, and and Mrs. J.V.. Ritch Mrs. Merrltt Wllllama isvisiting Cindy As/ Secretary of the 6th Mission postage paidat I
Candy Woodburn! is spending Mrs Gladys Weldon was Saturday and Sunday rele- Canada. and Mrs. Daisy Ferryman : her daughters and Jacksonville\ this week. District which comprises Stacks, Fla. I
this week with her visiting Mr. and Mrs. Steve bratel the occasion with a Mrs"- Leo Champion; and were In Florence and Marlon their families: Mr. and Mrs. Kathy Taylor was visitingher four associations with 125 Subscription Rates:
brother-in-law and sister, Weldon in Macclenny on boating/ partv. including Mrs. Wayne Wheeler were in S. C and Sylvnnla, On over Pat Parrlsh In Durham. N. C. grandparents Mr.' and Baptist Churches! In eight Central In trade area: $3.flO/ per I
Mr !and Mrs! Keith Reeves. Sundiy three boats, from Eureka to Tuprlo.! "Miss- several days the weekend visiting relatives and Mr. and Mrs Richard Mrs. W. R. Eatman Sr.. in Florida counties he pro- year; $200 six months.
at Winter Park. Miss Susan Ha/en oC Silver Springs on Sunday. last week Mrs. Effie Johns has hail Siefferman. In Virginia for tjn Archer from Sunday to Tuesday motes all of the work of \Florida "
Mr and: Ms.)' Bill Clark of Gainesville I Is!! visiting her! They had lunch at the Mr. and :Mrs J. O Caldwell as visitors during the past days. Baptists and, la now ninjorlng E. L. Matthews editor and
Eau Oallle were visiting Mri. uncle and aunt. :Mr\ and Mrs SprlnfT.s. and grandson. Jimmy week Mrs. Geraldine Rodney Vince Taylor of Ocala is Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor on revival in this area! pubilsherOutside !!
C. D Williams over the( M V. Hazcn this! week. Mrs. Titus Olson Is visiting Yawn of Staike and Mrs. A. of Miami, Mrs Ed Roberts of I visiting his grandparents Mr. and family attended ,the Taylor William George, Minister of trade area: $4 00
weekend. They took home Donald and:! Linda Strlck, relatives! In Kentucky and O. Yoiinse of Ocala were Hellbronn and G. W. Bnlsden [i and Mrs. J. R, Taylor this family reunion, at Twin Music and Education for the, per year; $225 nix months '
their children. Nancy and land of Orlando have been Illinois for ten days. vacationing last week in the I of Jacksonville week. Lakes on Sunday. First Baptist Church, Starke,
:bee who have spent the!' visiting their grandparents, Miss Janice Vickers of Smoky Mountains.
past six weeks with :Mrs Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. Brunswick Oa. spent several Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
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Williams. Earl Stafford of Westvllle days last week with the Dr. Olssy and family have returned ".- .. .,/" -- -,
Miss! Leona Bush and Mri spent Sunday to Thursdaywith II. H. Adams family at from two weeks visit
Viola Lee of Mobile.. Ala his uncle and aunt. Mr Klngsley Lake. with relatives in Bridgeport.W. .
were visiting Mrs,. VerpiePlynn and :Mrs B. H. Spears. Mrs Nate Dyal attended a Va. ,
the post wtvlc. Katharine Peek. Sandra meetl.iu in Gainesville last Met Marion Moyer and
Mr and Mrs Adolph Gay Haas. Ole Nichols!!, BiKvMcRie : Tuesday evening of the granddaughter. Cindy stril'k-I .....
have as guests' for two week and Don Hardy ale Board of Trustees of the land are !< :' ; ,
Mrs.. Ray Plshongpr and attending Harmony Bay Music Tuberculosis and Respiratory Washington, D. C. and visitIng -!' I -
daughter. Dana Kay of Camp in Panama City Disease Association of Northeast / relatives!! In Pennsylvania
Cleveland. Texas' Miss Ron- this week. Florida. for ten days. [
aleen West of Leesvllle.!! La. Mrs Charles Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Mr and Mrs Wm. E Owen
and Miss Sonny Rlvenbark :daughter.! Carol were in Pa- Green and family have 1'1'-1
and son. Bobby were guests
of Lufkin Texas' la tk<\ Monday to Wednesday turned from a vacation
oC( Oov. and Mrs. Haydon ,
Mr and Mri! A. W Ander- visiting her mother Mrs. G. to Washington, D. C. and
son Jr. and family of Ven- E. McOnulev and brother Burn-i In Tallahassee Thursday other points of Interest '
tura. Calif arrived Saturdayfor and sistei-in-law Mr. and ,f last week. Mr. and Mrs. George H. 4.
two weeks visit with their Mis. Jennings: McGaulev. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Dennis Pierce are. visiting MrsPiorcff's 1 s r L ] !
parents Mrs. Myrtle Ander- who were there !from Hawaii.Dr. of Mcirtlnsville, Va. were last parents Atr and
son and Mr. and Mrs!! J. G and Mrs H. B. Mc- Wednesday:! and Thursday! Mrs. R. C. Cartwright In
Caldvell The Anderson!! arc Lendon of Orlando were guess: of Mr. and "Mrs.- J. H Cleveland Tenn. I

enroute home after a two Kucstfrom Friday to Mon- Dennis.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bowersof
months "around the world" day of11':\ and Mrs E. L. and "Mrs.- Leon C. Elll Fort Lauderdale wore Fashion for f Fall the ttY'Y111&
trip.Mr Matthews at Kiugsley Lake and two children of Tampa: Wednesday overnight guestsof !! .
and Mrs E o. Elder Beth Mixon Is staving with have rented the H L Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Paterson -
who have spent the put I her father John Mlxon this house on Cherry Street CM -
three years at Guantamino week Mr. Mlxon Is convalescing Mr\ and Mrs Ellis have ac- Mr and Mrs David Van ,
Cuba, will return to their I from an eve operationat cept-d teaching positions at Hook of Norfolk Va. were '
home on Kingsley Lake on the home of Mr and Mrs. Bradford Hirh School an.' last Thursday overnight '
Aug. 15. A. M. Mixon in Gainesville Starke Elementary. guests of Mr. and MI'!. Don

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I'I tri '1st Baptist WMU of Roohetrter four aorta, Ronald 100 Children of the nw programs recent ,
A. and Jury Barnhart Initiated 1 in this area m} dt.
I Has I unchcon MeetT both of Rochester: Edwardtn,1 Will Attend the OEO. These include Hen,

I Gerry Bi'nhart. both of Summer Start, Home Health Aid L' "a i
Fi ,I Baptist WM3: Newark, N Y., two brothers, CampA the Neighborhood Yom'"
monthly business and program and four alnters.l
Corps
hundred children will
GLADYS MOOTY meeting was held at Funeral services were held spend next week, Monday- Nolln said that all of the ,.
A MbTt the 'him'h Tuesday, preceded at 10 ,m. Tuesday In Jones
a .
Salvation beneficial i I"
Phone 964-0651 Saturday at the programs are >
0R covered, :! dish luncheon Memorial Chapel with Rev W. I
1jI1 Army Welfare Camp on Bed- the pole( and to the econom;
A. Inter-
Hogan officiating
ford Lake of the area and are designed!
: Mi Cuy Sale vice presi- ment was in Riverside Cemetery -
I Rounding the children up especially to assist famllie.:
dent !
Miss McKinneyWeds .u conducted the business in Rochester
ti and taking them to the camp In the low income group He
I Hes"on and Loiena Epperson
? 'i sv Mr. Coleman .. has become an annual affair saId that Bradford County
and Tdi Darby Circles were
add Charles FutchIs for Dr Florence Jennings,, has 771 white families, and
In ch-ii
re of the pl'Oltram."Undl'r M
\ Mr and Mrs C L McKinney H 'tandlni( Malaysia," Conducting county school guidance officer 333 Negro families in the
announce the marriage For this year's camp, as sub-standard income category
Those
tnklnir:: part were Mrs.
I I of their daughter! Laurie Oail' Mathews Mrs. L. O Oyster Research always. Dr. Jennings Is in .
Gall to Gary Nolan Cole: a I need of towels, shoes and
Powell and Mrs M. B. Jor-
man son of Mr and Mrs Charles Futch, A marine I 'bathing suits for the young
k dan
I Kenneth Coleman of Staike a 1yd. ? biologist with the State Board sters and "$200 or $300 for
Thp ( The executive bo.iid met of Conservation, has been assigned ,
marriage took place all the extras we need"Childien
Fild Mondiv nl"ht: at 7 o'clock at to the Panama City
July 22 the
:v. at homeof
the church area to begin an exhaustive Mosley-Norman I attending camp
Rev. and Mrs. L S. Wil-
this will be between the
of St Andrews Bay In year
liams in Starke. survey Told .
Engagement
preparation for reviving the I age of eight: and 13 years.
DeCaroElrJerWedding
Attending the couple were r
I Bay County oyster industry.He The entire Bradford Medical -
the brides father and stepmother tJ i4't Mr and Mrs. Richard
I qi + aw Date Set Is the non, of Mr. and. Mrs. Association examined each
Mr and Mrs. Mc- Moslcy( of Highland announ'e -
I :Merrill Futch of Talnhasaee, and child. Dr. Jennings said:
the
Kinney Mrs. Marge DeCaro an- and grandson of Mr and Mrs.C. \ engagement "Theie wo 100 per cent I,
1 Mi\ and Mrs. Coleman atelesldirig approaching marriage of
iss Underhill nounces the approaching)I A. Futch of Starke. cooperation, every doctor
at present in marriage of her daughter: their daughter. Sharon Lyn- "
time
Staike but will move laterto Loialne. For some unknown reason ette, to John Norman son of nave
to
Larry O.
Engaged Elder
s most oysters in the St. Andrews '
home Morgan Road Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor- Charley
on
a son of Mr. and Mrs E. O.
beds died off two
To Gerald Bay Noun Describes'CURB }
:, Thigpen Elder of Klnarsley Lake and one of Futch's man also of Highland. '
yenrs ago
Wed irm Date Set The wedjin:! / will take main goats will ,be to determine Th., wedding will be an Programs E.

Mr and Mrs. Vasco Un- For Walters-Webb I! t We j I place Friday Aun 19 at 6:00: what kied! ,them. Oyster event of September 9 at 8 p. I To Rotary Club
lerhlll in in St. Edwaid's m at the Clay Hill Baptist
announce the engagement p Catholic tongs will be used to determine Johns

and approaching mar- Mr and Mrs. Columbus' Church In Starke with a ,bottom conditions Church with a reception following P. T. Nolan, director of

lage of their daughter. Webb of Atlantic Beach announce reception In the Parish Hall throughout the bay, and at the church. CUBB Economic Agency,
.Selma All friends and relatives also dive at va- All friends and relatives of
Louise to Gerald R. the approaching! marriage 1 of Futch will spoke! at the Rotary Club .r I..K
Phigpen. son of W C, Thlgen of their daughter the couple are Invited to attend rious spots. to make more detailed the couple are Invited to attend Wednesday describing three

> and Mrs Grace Ellison Janet Marie to William t inspections.Futch about this question:
Tel'-I Miss Sullivan Weds Richard D. Alvarez
xf Greenville.; Fla, rell Walters son of Mr has been working in

Miss Underhill is a grad- Mrs. S L Peek Jr. of Starke. In Pine Level Baptist Church Ceremony' Services Tuesday oyster research for the.. past HEALTH FACTS "A recent court case found
that Homeowner Policy
late of Bradford High The wedding will talc two years under the noted marine I a
School and is employed at place on Saturday afternoon The Pine Level Baptist rlage by her father was I For A. L. Barnhart biologist Dr. Robert Ingle : does not provide liability
Mow do know who have
people always en-
toward Johnson's in Oalne.sille August 20 at 3:30 o'clock at Church was the setting for lovely !ia. a white silk organza Arthur L. Barnhnrt. 57. one of the world's top many you coverage for an injured
Mr Thijtpen: Is employd the Neptune Baptist Church the maiiiage of Miss Sandy gown with fitted bodice with I S to ike, died Sunday night of in authorities on the oyster. Jojr l goad.health until one day they hud xm accident, they I, domestic employee, if such
Rhodes Sullivan to Richard appliques around the neck-, The young marine scientist were rimhml to the hospital In tho oxcltomrnt; wrre'' examined -
at Sealtest Food l.i : Neptune Beach with a reception a Lake City Hospital after aji injury comes! under the
3ainesvllle. at the home of th"brides Daniel Alvarez on Friday line and long sleeves that, extended, illness. is boned at the Board of Con- ; and "ls"I"'C1Uh the .diagnosis.. ( "'nothln"ron/ /{" state's!Workmen's Compensation -

The wedding is planned parents, 392 Seventh July 22, at 8 p. m., with Rev. tapered to the wrists. The I Mr. Barnhart was born inConesos servation's! St. Petersburg research jet the patient could, never regain' hid strength and ono I Law. Should a

Street. Atlantic Beach. Donald Ramsey performingthe full skirt with large pleats' laboratory .........' The IK
or Friday, AUK 12 at 8 p, N. Y. on Aupr. 16. ailment after another eventually 011. fact homeowner who hires!'! full
n. in the Southslde Baptist All friends and relatives of ruptiajs.) The bride Is the In front decorated with ap- 1908. He was a veteran of THANKS I that the accident' produced. prewiiire. on vital nerves that
Church the couple are invited to at- daughter of Mr and Mrs pllquds of lace around the CARD OF or part time domestic
Gainesville World War II and had lived .
sapped' the patient energy and gradually Impaired thefunction
James A. Sullivan and the bottom. extended into a Tedious hours during my ; help check his liabilitypromptly
The! couple will reside at tend. I on Route 2, Staike for the recent illness and hospitalization : ofltul. organuntil a variation. of ailments. de-
is the of Mr. and
groin son chapel train. Her fln er-tlp ,too with his attor-
past here
?17 S E Place years coming ,
Second In .
Given Mrs. O. R Alvarez Sr. all of veil of illusion was attached I Rochester were brightened immeasurable -I \floXNl| inul In many cases premature death reunited.No "
Solnesvllle. Linen Shower from < N. Y. ) : ney or insurance agent?
All friends and relatives I Starke. to a crown of pearls! and Surviving U his wife, Violet b" the many act examination It complete. that tines not locate. n.-repremium. I

ire. Invited, I For Janet Webb church Centering was the a ]large altar sunburst of the a lace. Her diamond only ornament heart-shaped wn. : six Carr daughters Barnhart, of Mrs[ Rochester Lucille. : of kindness by friends and! Your (.hlr..I'r..tur.|' In the only. Doctor equipped I i Charley E. Johns

Miss Janet Webb of Atlantic loved ones. My special | H HkUlml In A. See' him I
arrangement of white pompoms necklace a gift of the groom Carter nnd Mm Beverly : locating removing nerve prenmir Agency
THE RIGHT POINT for the Beach fiancee of Ter- gladioli and feathered She carried a white Bible Bryan both of Starke., :Mrs' thanks to the hospital staff, today. You. nlll b- nurprNcil. \\hut he can do for you even. \

way you write Come In and ry Walters of Starke. was. chrysanthemums. against a topped with a bouquet of Shirley Wiggins. :Mm, Sandra I Dr. Adams and Dr. Rltch. I after" other method have tailed,
select your favorite ESTFK- honored at a linen shower background; of palms and white carnations baby's West Miss. Thelma B irnh irt, -Mrs. Olin White Sr. I Northeast Florida, ClilroprmtlG AII"n) PHONE 961.0201I
BROOK fountain pen TELE- on Friday July 22 given by branched candelabra with breath Ivy and long white and :Miss: Bonita Barnhart, all I,
GRAPH. i Mrs. John Bunch at her white tapers. satin streamers I I

home at Neptune Beach with MV4, Sullivan chose for her
Mrs! Vernle Thornton organist :
.'! [ Mrs Fred Woolverton as co- rendered nuptial mu- daughter's wedding a beige I
,tt>; hostess.An sic and accompanied, Miss linen dress trimmed with

!t qw: attractive pink and Mailar! Green soloist mho lace:and beige accessoriesand : WE'LL SOON BE MOVING TO OUR BRAND NEW
., J,:: white color motif was feat- sang "Whither Thou Goest" complemented with a
ured in the decorations and and "The Wedding Prayer pink carnation corsage. I

; t!, refreshments for the occas- Leaton Matthews served as Mrs. Alvarez mother of
.... STORE IN THE STARKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
"i' '. ion. host man and the ushers the groom, was attired In a
\ were J. L. Alvarez and Owen Navy blue linen dress trimmed
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i./tf/ ,;!--U Y.. Recent Births Alvarez brothers of the with white. With this

I"rhi like groom. Marcy Sullivan she wore Navy accessoiles

Bradford County Hospital brother of the bride, Larry and a pink carnation cor

... announces the following Williams and Terry Hardee. sage.A.
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$ "no. births Mrs Terry Hardee attended reception was held in
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1 her sister as matron of
;/ .; e ,Ot11er.tt .. mle Vaines. Lake Butler a honor in a pink organza which was decorated l for the

yteat.r ]' son. Samuel Romie Vaines gown overlaid with white occasion with palms and ,/

r .t. 'PIUREJ'I"'AU: ( Jr. Aug 2Mr lace. featuring an empire baskets of white bridal

r "I//' sfromit.8rat 4, I' and Mrs Isham Robert waist; and A-line skirt. A flowers.

t rerotlight. Davis Starke, a son, Junmy pink organza/ bow at the The bride's table was cov-

r, ..,t.This one dslrn Robert Aug. 2, waistline: in back had long ered with white satin over-
7ls.tneit: I Mr and Airs Nubble! Luke pink organza! streamers that laid with white brocade taf-
.. I7hison.dar: ,
Lake Butler a daughter. fell to the floor. In her hair feta with scalloped edges K.< L
so tult,
.ft."It
I '' R IJ' '''yOash.aki" Aug. 2. she wore a pink organza Fern was used around the Y
alp>It... ,.. u aSlt, I I rose from which fell a pink edges with pink satin loses
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\ "'I; I ; 1 : Illusion veil She carried one Inch scallop. Centeringthe

long stem pink rose, with table was a four-tiered
car .m.. Aaf *wNc NaWIII of ra.rsdmoe leather-leaf fern net and wedding cake decorated win

....hsraw. .t tile l NaloOspMS.._ of S w gaase.err w long pink streamers tiny pink roses Placed on WE DON'T WANT TO MOVE OUR SUMMER MERCHANDISE
The bridal attendants. the table In front of the cake
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iCOm Misses Martha. Bellinger. was a nosegay arrangement
Photographs! you will Myra Parrlsh. Kathleen of pink roses and white wed-

treasure a lifetime, in Thomas and Nelda Jackson, ding bells tied with a pink You Can Save Up TO 50% and More!

beautiful natural color. ; ; Teachers were attired In gowns and bow with long streamers that

Call us today, Ask for headpieces identical to that extended to the floor. Flank-

free wedding brochure.. of tae: honor attendant and Ing the cake wen stiver

Complete albums pricedto also carried a single long candelabra with pink tapers

fit every budget. stem net and pink long pink rose with streamers fern, ered The with punch organdy table over was white cov- FIRST QUALITY SAMPLE SALE I SHORT SLEEVE I

Little Miss Lou Anne Du- satin with a garland of fern

BULLINGTONSTUDIO Bose served as flower girl Ina and pink roses around the

gown Identical to that of bottom of the cloth. Center- SPORT
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'CANTRECE'NATIONALL SHIRTS
I the honor attendant David Ing the table was a crysta:

Alvarez and Dewayne Bald punch bowl surrounded by FAMOUS

win served cm ring-bearers fern Interspersed with pink Mena Sizes
PHONE; ; Iii 1-7271
n_ _____ ______ The brtrtc. given in mar- rosebuds' Mrs. Leaton Matthews SEAMLESS NYLONS INFANTS WEAR SmreedLg.Rig .
. 1 and Marlon Faulk presided : Assortment Of
at the punch bowl The

,I AnnouncingTHE ed bride's with book white table organdy was cover-over $$1 Value I ggc Pr. SAVINGS UP TO 75 % Fabrics VALUES And TO Styles 3.19

white satin and centered bya
GRAND OPENING candle-tree which held an

arrangement! of pink and (:Guaranteed perfect or a new pair INFANTS' DRESSES 2 FOR $$500Men's

of whlta tapers.carnations Mrs Duke and DuBose pink free! The exciting! new stocking: that DIAPER SETS, PLAY SETS

fits your leg like makeup fits your
book.
the bride's
kept face! New crepe like finish; knit to ETC. Walk Shorts
Greeting guests' at the
Rosier Monument Co. I fit Run guard toe and welt. New
door was Mrs! O R, Alvarez For the New Horn; 9 to IR Months; 1 to STA-PRESS
shades in sizes 8i! to II,
I Jr. and standing in the receiving -
3 Years. Boys and Girls! Styles.!
line were the bride! Frayed Jeans

ill W. Madison Street Across Street From Winn-Ditle I and, groom their parents, the Ladies Shorts & Knee Pants THESE SOLD NATIONALLY Ilig Assortment of Colors
'bridal party, and Rev and

I Mrs. Ramsey. Beautiful Assortment of Colors For $2.99 166 Size 29.10

Cutting the bride's cake $1.99 and

I was Mrs. X. M. Smith, assisted Keg. 2.99 Ueff. 1.99 $;.99) EachSEAMLESS $1.97 2.97
by Miss Martha Jackson -
I and Mrs Oerald Bald- $1.97 $1.22 Carp's Bought the Entire Sample Line! JR. JOYS ALSO REDUCED II

1:1 Phrdl I win. Assisting in serving HURRY FOR THESE SAVINGS! 7
; were Mn Joel Jackson Mrs.

B M. McRae, Mrs. Bishop
I Myrlck Mrs. Alvin Farr and
Mrs. Woodrow Thomas. Ladies Straw Sandals GIRLS PANTIES
After spending some time HOSE

with their guests the couple and Leather Slides RAYON TRICOT KNIT

Opening Friday August 12, 1966 left on a week's wedding trip Guaranteed First Quality White and Pastels

to South Florida.. The bride Large Assortment of Colors Lovely Shades! Sizes R/, to 11 Sizes 2 To 14
chose for traveling a pink A-
Mesh and (Plain Stitch
REG. 29c VALUEand
GRANITE; AND MARBLE :MONUMENTS: line dress trimmed In lace Sizes

MEMORIALS AND! :MAUSOLEUMS; I with white accessories! and ;3
corsage* of white carnations Pre Pre
I Values 3 1.00 4 1.00To
At Reasonable PricesConvenient The bride graduated from $1.33
Quality Workmanship BHS In 1966 and worked 2.99!

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(II By Home-owned Marvin and and Louise Operated Rosier (I Gas and Co.Theg Is!from,.are employed.at BHS.home class by on of Slade Bay-'63. .:# ALL SIJUR) KCH/IKE/ REDUCED .


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'-----------r said.. and termed the original Set Saturday 7:45 P. M.
y bids reasonable after the restrooms ,
were considered,
Although the Board wantedto
hold the, coat at $8 ,OOO,
j', the need wan for recognized.,the new restrooms 3 BHS Gridders To Start All-Star GameAll

I Supt. Casey had Invited
Contractor Ernest Trlest the three Bradford HijhpLayevs 'good," Hurse said. He has LLB Stan Hlmelabaugh,
low bidder, to the July 7 on the state's North been pushing them through Leesburg; LCB-Gary Shahid, sled full-time students can to re-enter school because 0
.. f meeting and suggested the all-ttar grid team have gained : heavy scrimmaging getting Choctawhatchee. and safeties,' be paid until they reach 22. the assistance provided b'
a 1V 1 + bid be awarded to, him. Trlest starting: positions for the I them used to each other and -Ted Key, Chief land; Larry Under this new law a stu- this new law.
{ wild the other two bidderswouldn't annual clash with the South in shape by game time at' Williamson or Donald Fal- dent whose checks were stop- The student or paren
i Interested unless
be
Saturday, August 6, Coach 7:43: p.m. Saturday. The gameIs con.The ped at age 18 can have them should visit the social security -
substantial changes were madeIn David Hurse said Wednesday to be played at Citizen's North will use a pro- started again by filing an- office at 409 SW 2nd
the peelncatiom, such aa night. Field. type offense with a split end, other application, accordingto Avenue, Gainesville Fla. and
removing the proposed public Bradford's Eddie Douglas Hurse said his quad will and a flanker. It is the same John W. Spann, Jr. Social Inquire about this new provision

rest But rooms.Board (Member H A will start at the tight end two-platoon all the way. Pro- offense Bradford High, usedso Security district manager.Mr. Spann said.
r. I Lawson balked at that He spot on the offensive eleven bable starting line-ups are: successfully last season. Spann, also said that The office Is open each,
t stuck! to the Board's statement and quarterback Donald Falcon Offensively: C-Kim Hel Tickets will be $2 for adults students already 18 at the Monday night until 8:45: p
a tf I when ,the bids were reflected will share signal calling ton Gainesville High: RO- and $1 for students. Advance time their parents retired,
14 sxs I on July 5, that the, Job duties with Larry Williamson Bill Klrkpatrlck. Orlando .tickets may be purchased at became disabled or died, may m.A representative la In)
C would 'be re-bid. Lawson of Choc tawha tehee. Butch Boone; LaBob Hammer- the University of Florida Ath- now be eligible for social Starke each Monday and Friday -
thought It unfair to award Redding, who has a bruised slea Jacksonville Wolfson; letic Office.It security payments. and can be contacted at
4 k the bid to Trlest without first knee but Is expected to be at RTLarry Frazier, Orlando will be the last chanceto Many students have been the Welfare Office beglnnln
k consulting he other two bid- full speed, will hold down the Colonial; LTBill Ferguson, see many of the area grid' able to continue in school, or at 9:30: a rn.I .
ders. Chairman Dan Starlingand micldleguard post on the defensive Jacksonville Fletcher; tight stars in action.Students I
;4' Board Member Ethan squad. endEddie Douglas Starke; I

: \' Sapp agreed. "Our boys are doing a fine flanker backSalon Econo- Receive I ,I
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Supt. Casey then got In Job," Hurse said. He Is the mou, Jacksonville Englewood;
., SS Payments i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
touch with the other two bid- second BH3 mentor to coach QB -Falcon: or Williamson: ,
"t1 1 ear 1 '1..": ders. Both said they could not the north squad; Coach Len- FB" Eugene Branch, Gaines Until Age 22 I
'a. '' ::11; meet Tricot's price of $97,774 nard Register had the honorin ville High, and RB John STARKE-PHONE 981-2600
,.. : unless some big change was 1961 when three Bradford Willie Milton.Defenalvely I Last year high school and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 I
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I made In the specifications. boys also played on the all- : MG Butch I college students had their
I then called, another LT social security checks continued -
: bi Casey star squad. Redding Starke; -Wayne
.
i .' I special meeting week before Coach Hurse still classes Annie Palatka: RTTommy past age 18. Prior to Rental Services
last and the bid was awardedto his Cone, Gainesville High; LE- last year, social security payments
North the under-
the promotion list Ht the Holiday Inn this wrrk were. Curtis tclward.: new squad as
Trlest. Construction began dog despite numerous Injuries Dave Ohesqulere, Pensacola to children stopped at HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
restaurant manager (left rear" ) uiiil Mm. Hot Fulllnir, oflice manwgrr" (rear. renter). .
last Thursday.The 18 unless
totally !
to the South squad which Senior High: RE Fred age they were -)
I-r Mrs\ Cookie. Mundnrff, Annette Thomas, and ;\1... Elvira UeVoe; In. is
In front ( ): I new facility going up have been widely publicized."All Milton Lake City; RLB -I disabled. Now unmar- CRUTCHES
buck on the right IH Kcltfar: Dukes.Promotions 1 directly across Grand Street our boys are looking; Dick Collins Florida High;
from, the gymnasium. The
street will be closed soon anda
At Holiday Inn 1 I pair of covered walkwaysChevrolet

will be erected between the FOR----

Promotion of Curtis Ed-, keeper and Mrs. Cookie Mun- ,,, Starke. They have two children gym. and the .mew field house.
wards, son of Mr and Mrs do) ft to head waitress. ,i : Rhonda 11, and Shaw The new field house will not
Guy Edwards to the position i The new restaurant manager 6 be ready for the opening of
of restaurant manager of the has been in training under The family will reside In a the football season.

Holiday Inn of Starke, Inc.,I Mr. Coats since January. home on the property of the I i .
was announced this week by Edwards, a native of Starke I Holiday Inn. I t Trv tTTI -.1
General Manager David L. I graduated from Bradford High '' t
Coats. School In 1931. He attendedthe Other supervisory positions I 4 t
Several other promotions I University of Florida: priorto held at the Inn are: Edgar : lr w

also announced were: entering the Florida National Dukes, maintenance engineer: alt ,
Mrs. Dot Failing to the position I Guard In which he Mrs. Elvira DeVoe, executive, _
of office manager Miss, served 13 years. housekeeper, and Mrs. Elsie Purchase
Anette Thomas to private Edwards Is married to the Special
I Toth, assistant bookkeeper.
secretary and assistant boo.t-! former Velmarie Dukes of I ih rpr. hrl rrrrS l r.
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BOYS
r WESTERN JEANS
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working on an estimated cost s "'''.... I ,. "'"" 6-J

Construction Begins On $$68,000 I of $80,000 given by ArchitectDon :.' I Morgan,to add before two new it was public decided .. ,.... :v r;
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restrooms. 'f4f\, / / You'll Look 1 13 3-4 ounce denim or supertwillGreat

New Field House At BHS At a special meeting a few

days later, on July 7. Supt. r in
Construction began on the All three bids received on Tom Casey explained that the F" 88
Bradford High School's new I the Job were rejected by the i' addition of two public rest New 3 f 5.
School Board I rooms had pushed the price
$98,000 field house and physi- when they were .
I cal education fai, ility last opened July 5 when they ran. | up considerably. The extra :
Thursday after the bids were ged from $98,000 to $105,000.The plumbing involved would push Jar x.Popf n

finally straightened out School --Board-had been the cost up over $12,000, he'1 I Co. J BOYS SPORT SHIRTS

\ Purchased By I At SLACKS'

1 1I Styles Galore Choose from traditional tapered
,
Man '
Gainesville "t button down henleys plaids solids
with FARAPRESS TM ,
I 1
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:
M. A. [Mac Baldwin, formerly ( ;; oxfords, paisleys
# '
of Gainesville, has '.'' A J Never Need
ae.r purchased Walt Hullck's Interest d
y i

agency,In and the the local name Chevrolet will be -. Ironing Sizes 8-18 3 'For< 5.88

changed to Baldwin Chevrolet &,
as soon as details of the
r ly I
fl fI I transaction are completed.
Mr. Baldwin came to
Gainesville In 1946 and has BOYS UNDERWEARBy
been In the automobile business by

I been there connected since 1955.with He has the famous B. V. D. Boy's never have enough

University Chevrolet Co.. and
i was with Tropical Pontiac t briefs or T shirts

for the past two and a half I
years I
Baldwin his wife the
Mr. For
I former Teena Bracewell of I sizes 8-18) 3 2.05

I Gainesville, and their daughter. -t
I Ginger! are moving thin
week Into the Adkins houseon
N. Walnut Street. i Especially Tailored Traditional Ivy Girls All-Weather "
While in Gainesville!, Mr. For You To Wear For Any Occasion
Baldwin was a. member of Dress-Up-School Casual.
or
the Masonic lodge, the I If You Like To Stay Neater With COATS ,
I Shrine, and the ExchangeC1u'
'>, and the First Baptist I II Less Care (Yes, They're Washable) .:
I Church. Get Farah Poplin Slacks Featured ACETATE LINEDBURGUNDY

I In This Seasons Best Colors-BlueOlive _

THE RIGHT POINT for the i, (Charcoal, Navy, Dark Olive,
way you write. Come In and Black OLIVE

.select your favorite EilTF.R.I Sizes 6 to 12 Reg. and Slims $ % NAVY 11
I BROOK fountain pen. TELE- '
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1,11ci1Li 1 fJV :. GRAPH. Preps Waist 25" to 32 $ L BEIGE l

: I Lengths 27" to 32 SIZES 7-14 i

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GIRLS SCHOOLTIME DRESSES '
r i IS FIREPROOF : ;

,I teC by Cinderella, School Times
AND OTHER FAMOUS MAKERS

I '
r rFu qw 1 School dress with everything

Few dreams come true "all of a sudden." Usually it a girl and her mother S a

takes purposeful!" planning and persistent" effort to
want They're pretty, -
worth while. Take that dreamof 3
achieve anything really
comfortable and easy to care r
yours!" for instance (maybe, a home of your own). i
for. Machine washable,
It won't come true by magic overnight. It can come "
true, dollar by dollar, step by step. The dollars you drip dry and little or no ': i

deposit in your savings account the steps you taketo ironing. Stays wrinkle free. TO $10 r ,' ;
account growing week after week according '
keep your ,
....25 Safe : 1
to plan these!' are what dreams come trueon. \

Start saving now! Veil n..f'111ne.. But a lh roof building GIRLS PERMA PRESS SPORTSWEAR f;: ,
CM act as an incinerator for its .
OPEN A :SAVINGS:; ACCOUNT AND KEEP IT ON-THE-KKOW contents during a fire. And contents -
include paper records! Loss of '
Russ '-
I vital records-tha main reason 43 By
out of 100 firms never\ reopen after a
Savings and Loan Association I file-can put you out of business. Belted A-Line Skirt '
v A Meilink B Label safe will give $6
1 you Underwriters' Laboratories I eHipstitch
'kJJ certified fire Think it over. ,
Of Starke protection. NAVY
I .
Then drop in. I Skirt $6 t
1
218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 96 ,.0300 Bradford LODEN

% yl % >V 1 / O/L 412% Roll sleeve blouse in solids $4 BURGUNDY
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Cooperative; : Effort Agreed Upon d I >CSI1.t t l1l'rd
,riiy olil( His said they mli:hiup II Na(l'Y's( strong defense come DcJartml'l1t will host 1 the I, lmlislon will I IH .>0t loi

'I that: \ hen I lliev expander! RECREATION NEWS\ throu'h., Carolyn Dyal pncpd Men m/tilrt! '. II shwit:1S : adult, and no char,, rot

i ieir i lei'aiton, piomnm In I the team with 3 hits MIt.- ftbnll Tournament Annum students.I .
School and OfficialsAn
By City Lincoln City I I chell. McKlnnev. and Chltty I II I. I 12 and 13. at Hardy | Sl'B' niSTHHT:

"AiP you sine" vou can't, 'hart 2 each For the losers( rioUl' I in StaikPvJie i The 100! ABA Menu Sub-\

RKieement to work together bulIr<,nK' Is ninv A IIPW pli.Icil .\- sell us a piece of that landI I Snmll Fry n"lII'lIlll1% Games I 11-6 win Tne 6th innIng won',I Ann Engle was 3 for 4 pjillclpotlnu teams dist. kt. Tournament is beliu

to provide mIl>xiiniun I ;!I pcttici'ini'i '! bulldln I !. undi I Con'\'B\ Airport site I 01tradt %' Results: Monday Aua! 1 : : Die U- one for the Belles wll,' be the winners and ruinI held In Oainesvllle Wed..

utilization of l'eCI'I'ntl.JI1 f'icllltles 'i i'oust i in" t tion now will leconno : SCnethIUg." I The Mets beat the Tiseio und VMS fitnl' to Gainesville I
swap) or % j| Eronomut Food StoiCs of, ner-ups 01 the 3 IIUI>-dISII'lctI Thui' and Fil. Auxust; 3.
was made bpI 11't' 'n iitoflclaix ; < ted IK two walkwmstr 4 to 1 behind the pitching of'F.tkllr' as I tle: winners came up with
: Mi-s Johns asked 'We '
canuse
I toin naments bPlno hold this I 4 and 5. Fla. Pest Control
i take City gained a berth in I|I ,
and Hi'-' tciunty() : > lip! 1111 i ,' litmnnsluin. I the two: %lines( % but we I|' Hlalock Blalock also I 7 1 hi MIIIS The Belles' weld I the 'llnals week. Omdm Rpitniuant: of'Stal' '1 I and Noclel'Auto/ Sales of
1 j I
schojl loaid In a incttlnj! The old! "C' liulldlni.; ..itBHS nerd blei...' had :a I Mimics for the wlnnc'H : ti snnipthtiiK% : i 1 liui OVPI the Starkc All | e wi a IIP the host! Ip.im I|I Stance will be pjrlidpitlnaI
I !Iitar.
last Thuisday' nUht July :23: thn mini btilldlm Tommy Rfdcli'h did a fine I |111'- cH In the fith The wlnnns < ,
; : now.I IIui'l; nail, the ('\\Ly la look-t 1 : .. 7-2 The All Stars out of tiir: tomify.( und 6 ot tier I I the tourney with hope of
loh ratchtns: the M<-ts TheIlacil ) hoi t Oilni-Hitllp 1 in I) to
is
Reason! for the Pt-toueth- /gone Inn loi% :.i flve-acip MtP atIpiixt. hit the wlnnPiK: 12 to I n) but teams ulll enter' TUP tti-* I I advancing, : to the District In
unable tooIet :a 6 wl'li fi of their total ,
I wile% / com-
er"s a lequest by the Ca-rv went on to dilall for recreation pinposps1uhlch % hit and scored their only / Inn in. the eventful InnlnfiJHuhniri .1 roukln't get a hit at the immpnt schedule calls foi .1.1'Knmes Staike

School(: Board to close a portion -I tlv Seh aol, nnai !t'!s! plans: for It; mm develop with' when ael stole \ right time and also ('oinmltpd : to hp pliypd. Thin!s!.. i Fin Pf'.-.I. will play Wed nt
tun IJnnnv \Pi Aveiv. Meua Philnion -
of Omnd Stiret bpI ; beautifvln t the complex and Iho:% ccitalnty( % that It will alI After to I ( costly! Pirois Lake City AUK 11. at 7. R.15 and o.:301 Op m on Uuval Flel i
home. attempt I
an in Ann
Enwel paced
tween Washington an1 Ad-1 said he hoped 1 ilty and :I WRY be n\allablc It would: plckpd up 3 runt In the tat p. m. Friday< Nitc a dOllblI,) i I If they win will play Thuisat
pick him off at /second base the dflnl'r.11th% 2 hits each
kins Sta. that rune between I I school( nlfi'-lals will be ableto be (!eloped with urban : Innliu !and the miialn pirnpd .- h'ad"Ial 7:10:: and) II I p man .. 7iO:: I p. m. at Westsl::
the ball: went Into the out- n)ltl Ood\Un( % had 2 for tho I Our service beats them
I the present field house! and conpeiate( : In mikiiiB: irl i I I Renewal funds. Mrs Johns to', he enough for the win I the llnals) wilt! be pl.ijeJ Paik Noeael's most HfepH!
,
mid team In I
football stadium The two "the mosl outstanding bull-l adtle-1 and(' would have other(! I Met\ win by Forfeit -ths a losing.I pffoitIn I Stnikp put a scare Into Lake Satuidiv at 8 p. m I will 1)lav Friday at 8:::10 p all So when you need

council: members leadilvaffieei : lug complex I can Imagine" ',1 facilities than just a ball Liens were unAble to field a I City anj: hope In their fan ThP inner' of I tinnisi, ,t let m. at WestMde Park a I
,: to that savIng/ the.v Mis\ < Johns. long an ardent i I field I ISu. complete team and had to the' moM exrltliii en"'"' as they mndp an effort In' tiuinpuill ompet,' In t.p thVols. OilnesvJlli, No I State Farm's national -

would bring the matter up at backer of the city's buiRPon- .>t Casey offered the use I forfeit! of the tournament the f the final' inning to put it out State Toinnament to be hci'! i tpiun claims networkof

their next meetlru and tha: log!! recreation protfiam saIl: of two ball fields! at BItS' Stnikp All Stars took Cross II The first 5 hitters
got the ball rolling! / lhe was sine the city council I and said another Is planned I The late surging Angel! Cltv 5 to .4 Thp (JlampI: as hits nun had thp bases loaded men largest

Representing: the city' wcin would, be glad: to help anyway soon at Starke Elemental defrited the :Mets for the!< about as closely tmtched.( a"1 < with no outs. but could o' all and on call every

City Coii'idl Chili'man Cm I It can She ndled Ilia School. i iI first limp this vent but the one will. '''1'. both teams had', Inn no'ri' only 2 runs from It Going Away For The Summer? where. And remembertoo

Hurst and Councilman Ruby the two bodies school board I In the end. It was agreed' I' game did not count againstthe 7 hitsthe! difference was' J. Smith: And a Piiquay had that one out of t'W'omay
.Johns ; and council slio il! Cross City committed 7 errors -, 2 lilts rn/h while for Lake
lecrpation committee i city : -i i work I that BITS Athletic Director I AlPts in rh<- standings: save Important dollars .

rhilimnn rind Utilities Dl- 1 closely: toother "After all : Da\H Htir p and City Recie-l I Tvs, :he second game of tt.j and Stark, 5. The All City Phillips and Kemp; had --- ..... with stateFarm's
Stars toolc a 1-0 !lead in the =: .,... ....
lector O'car Dnis., School WP work with the same children 2 hits .
,
atlon Director: Gene Ra y\ul'l1.\ i| nlffht foi the Mets and they "
Board IIII'm hers present were ," w'lo aliPariv! work ilosely! toeth.r. i Bprea-ed tired In !spots; Randall lit l.inlnv' The Williams slsteis Championship flumeNancy's ''''' .''''-- ,.j(.,,..... ,......d famous
# C J'
Rodney Hall. If A. Lnvsn 'But 11I'al and Chairman Dan Stni'lng she added! off with hasp hi Us. and Joan of the 1st place tio- _' : : for details! 'N'U"N'
: rase. a minute of K plan for full iitlllzntlTi | on the mound for the Aneel.s ...
Supt Tom Casey displayed! later. of all the existing lec-i Dale Haas struck the winning woiktd her way to the plate. phv by dpfentlnc! Lake City f ._ :_ '. ..... .. _.rJ _.. ". J ?:;L -- "

an architect's d'awlnof: / Co:mcll Chairman Hur[ l i eat Ion facilities blow as tie lined a hard The Stars made It 2-0 In the31'd 15-B and werp dpclarrd" MERRITT H.WILLIAMS .

what the educational facilities told of the city's problem! j hit with the bases loaded'=! to with Wanda William* Champions of the I IPfifl ASA IFSO CALL

at Bradford Hiah School with Us! softball< field on QaIqer !- CUM: ) OF TIIXNKS; 'i scoie 3 luns The Met\ ", phitless. reaching' base: on an eiror Northern' Sub-dlstilct II


will be likp when all the newconstrnc'tton I Road He said<1 the city N The family and dallies i of i i We award the Angel and out Shirley double Fuquay to wrapplni Woman's! Slow-pitch Softball FLORIDA PEST CONTROL?! 117 N. Walnut St.
a Williams
score Tournament
and lemodelinsf] faced with paving/ the dnt I William Gcone Blit' cxpiessltneli a victory In th<> standings lor Nanrv's WPiit Phone 961-5391:
!Is finished It will stretch i street to the Hardy ballfiolfl I t)>anka for the lovely!: |1 their fine effort Cioss City scored after it eailv. .lumpliiq<;; on
from U. S. 301 run In the 4th and tied al Lake City and scoring 7 ruin AND CHEMICAL COMPANY .... ...
west t to take at a cost of $5 000( ) "\I hll.'h wdon't flowers! 'and the minv kind- I Congratulations to the STATE FARMIniurtnea
In the 42:! I I I name at 3-all by scoring/ the 1st! time they came to A
note Conway Airport have" nesses shown In ihp Mrfcnpss i Mots I
Richard
Companl
lIe noted the coached by
I .
.. .....
site the School, the 5th Cross City took bAt. Six players out of the Phone 964-3965 Horn otfluti. Bloomlnilon' ,Illlnol'
, Bonr-i Isbuyinj < cit I' would hiivr II big Iniestinpnt %and diath# of otn son and Wllllims! for winning: the af
1 I II 4-3 lead In the fith and fIrst' I 0 to to bAt hr''
: On that Alte will beth In a ballfiel 1 It dOl'sn't< t hl'oll1"I'Mrs.! MasKlo Biit1 Fmnll! rrv Lpaeruo Championship !! romp .
it until the last hasp hits nnd 2 of the olhPirp '.. __ ___
nf'W I I I _
BiaJfoifi-Union: ( and family --- .
even! own I WP want, to thank -= === = == -:..
1 When Staike tallied to pull|'| --- =- .: ..:::=...:. = = .--_-... W=-== .
Area Vocational: Tpchnlral( I ->nh"rl base on Piror' I.nko -- = :=-- -=-= -- : :-- :=: : =-=- _- _
I Randy Jiek'on and Jeffery
HIII..tnl'l I I HIP IM nl'r'llI
( n the out. Wanlu,
Wll-
C"nle' game Cltv trIed to make
mi'a\ ne'.1111110' ,,, TUB: KK.Iir; POINT for I Ihow .T-i--\tvnn\ for coaching Small nnmi1:
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fino> f lye BMP" -III' Inc .
.;j hl/(h S'! honlA" i hams 1 led off with a hit. J "f It. Int ns icon( a>- thpvhlmmrrl
hLiIIri.I.g' 'in I i')ni:i :i> MIII MritiI oiiiiIn ,""Iw..t Fry teams I
f new t.nck i n'cl '1'.11., ) i Sup"" Pie\' tin ,' ,, t .Minr, fnnrilf: l.xriK- Exhibit IICU, Softball Smith filed! out. S Fuqunv' the lend! to 7-3: thp JACKSQNVILIME( RU DIRECTORY
" n ( I I icd followed with a hit !!rol'ln'I' 'lidv rhnnips PxplodPd for 0 : iESS'I I
stadium
win eventually tnniwhein '! nil ''II'. : ,\ .1'i' :os !n) Lin: i' 1 HIJOOK( fountain ]>i-tl. TH.K-; : Women vs :'..fen"es Williams and tvtru thi.
dam"
the more nma In the 5th Inningto
,
old Hpilbioi
City' !tint'' thi School' Boil Carters Finnltiiie fc TV of
{ i 4-4. M. Cottle ROt on with an\ wrap It u;> In front I of a I
II Jacksonville defending: State \ 'IIKAHINO' AID rET SHOP!
1 I C'ham"I"ns of Women'sSlowpitch I en' tor. Mundorf forced Cottl" large proud Ariel Mttcheli.i ) i' '

fat.FLORiDA at 2n1 with Fuquav !aolna: t<) Toan ChlHv and Biihira" F.l-j
Softbull challenged TilE
; 3rd-so lth 2 out and the llson prirpti t the winners wltli ANTIqUES: For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE. -
\: the local( champs I
Pet
301 DRIVEIN score tied. Lanette ailffis 2 hits enph. Mrs Ruby Johns Kongo Shop
nnd the strong; women'steam Bought -Sold AppralsM
came to the plate. and won made thp trophy l piesontatlons I
showed why they areState P'urnlt..rl"China.. Cjlani Poodles' Maltnw*- _
her own game: bv raping: a to Hipvlnnprs and
THEATRE Champs Garden took run scoring olnile: W Williams rtmnfr-ii| and also to the ,IMen" SilverBrass PaintingsOne i OP ..I1CKMONVILLK"Thn POODLE GUOOXTNOSweaters
the asme 10and It could
OPK.V: 7:00: -SHOW TIME: 7.15: !>> have bepn wor.e However. and ruquay went 2 for Ip-izue winner and Piece| or a 11m,,,. Full" I Strongest ant, Smallest Collars\ Tags,

ADMISSION: : Adults; 7.K-; Students (OOc() Showtime-Vvockdays 7 the female ball players! cernlnlv 4 for the winners while Ttob-\ I iutinpi-ur> nearing; Aid) In the World Pet SuppliesBirmlFIsh.Ilusmaters

('hildn'n i Under 12 Free Siindav' 3:00.: Saturday. 1 dint: embairass pits was 2 for 3 for Cross The toinnament was teimei Ina Ward Antiques3S72 Only ('o. Hearlnir AM :Made. l ..

I I i Ihl'l1l'I'lvr.; Onrdpn! utilized City. a success and the Talks fct Johns" Ave. 23 West :MonroeJark3onvUla
Si-mi Hn.iK 1 July 20
:
SATliUDAY1Auuust I t 12: hits and spppd to score And Rccieatlon* Department 353-1461 Dally & Sun. 10-4 P.M.
FlU n.\Y &
) Jacksonville :387-1370
THUKS.. FKI.. & SAT. I TUESDAY AUtJl'ST( !) the 10 runs Strickland Da- Nancy's Flowers knockedout Is happy to have been theHost '
,
( ,1)) ;
Collect
Aujr. I I. .'. fi : One Day) Only : and (li i via and Clark each had 2 the Dixie, Belles of Cross for the pvent We apprerl.1 Closed Tuesday:

1 Double 1 I Feature Program': hits. v':hilp Clink and Thomas City 14 to 8 and by doing so te all the spoils fans' Auto SaleH'! & Service )IIOISRY) SHOP! 81M9! He.rlonlll' Rd. Normandi
Double Feature I'n>/mramMMIRIXHconflKT ff'Vys hit inside the pork homo advanced to the finals of the romhi": out and hope you enjoyet Section

C"; Cutei's' Moore had< 2 ofi I tourney and assured themselves thp tourney WESTSIJDEVolkswagen

r America Funniest Family! in theirIrtSTFULLLENGTH I hei 'ram's 4 hits The sper-I of at least the 2n4 Women's Softball League FIELDSHOBBY W Jacksonville, 781-28OO

I tnto i enjoyed this !lame and place trophy and a trip to The women's Inc. SHOP Inc.
; FCAT\JRE *'r'qtjr.tecj' t more like It. I Dela'id' to compote In the week were rained out and I PIANOS-ORGANS;

PoI "'..m..n' Softball Dlstil-t Tourney Auaust< 11. will\\ hp. made up; at a AUTHORIZH-n: DEALKU:
BWE ECWARDSI'OWJCIIOJ1 [ ? : A ConiptPtp Line of Mason &: ;lamlin PIanos
Mui5rR o Tniirnnmi \ !'aflC'15,' sf-oied in every inn- date. The schedule for
noij! IAIPI'\\ t'4111.' ; 1.9: >.. I'lirtH, Boat & Alr ilane Builders Sup Hammond Organ
Rp ,I1". ? to dav Au1.! I n. will be:
DAVID NNEt .PrnR se.tsROERI J Inly R: tnt' except( the first amas- .
__ Serviceyf: Body ShopOpen nllas--fipeclillylnn: In Radio Magnavox Organs
Tho, r)'xlc> Holies of Cross! their total of 14 runs In 13 7:30Nanry's:
W4E 'CA.MJUt&Aiw fit ". z- Controlled Models "You Oft A G'XMl' )nal At-
/ --13-: I I'1r Titv eliminated Oaln, >s<'tlle\ hits Cros Cltv had 12 hits I I tIoHrliJV Inn9Gomlznan I II 8 a'I1-8 |>.m.

,wtI ..,..., from the tournament with nn and ilthonah they hid the I Gulf vs Thirst! I 5 p.m, Sat Cloned Sundaysoi I nrid, Eq'ilpmcnt' ,

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i.' CARCIW:: .... {JWj'r.<',., .. To The Citizens of Starke TTIr\l.\II\IT. \ OI"lTRICT; : ;; I I: (hone Jacksonville 3813141Parrish ''f 02: So Edlll'woOfJa'K -is* No."Of AN to.... fflft*",,...".'.....

TECHNICOLOR*TECHNIHAMA/ Nincys Flov\pis! will I IPoi Motors ( onvlJle SSSSSWHov's !
JacksonvilleSE'ING \
..-.:: UNITED ARTISTS ;. ,put Sub-dlstilct II in the
_._..._._------- MISA Dlstii ,t Tournament held In
t't ''J jPIILfCt' p-wor I aol 11 i /iriillilnlc, I fur City ('''lilli'll I
: Delanrt August I 11 Nflnrv r :\Jt'n'R & 0:11: ; ; !MACHINES;
wzt Cfh'/J I IIMI running/ fur I Mils' ofltio |MTI."IIHI. > I fpi-l .It I N |>.iintI drew, n bve for the 1st inunrtnnj ; : : : "O I

IJ I INll4TECHmcaio I Inn' for luulnif Niinio. eunrminl. aciDic. mill IIIIOKI.V In will I
l : pliv Friday night "Qiiallly,, Clothes; for Men an SINGER Aur. ZIGZAG

PETER l: "".'''': '''.- our ('lt> (\rrnniciit.II'IIIIIHI' Autj 12 nt 8:30.FIORifl: 32 Years AH A Dealer 1;..". "Sinie' 1<>IO" Like New In 4 Dr Cabinet

1! $ :: ILt SLlII., UM6 ?I UIIUt p. of 111 i iimU'tliiiw I tint gaul la. "11'<>ni>inlin /"" \ A \ I Il Always Good. Unt>il Cars I Sold New over $300
: : teLt, S 11I.t in ; 'flt0p "EN'8 11 > .
JIUL
l )Cfi\ TOf'RNVFT; Van .
.ls. $q ) (iinipillKll/ liy |I'II' >liiK only l III' II|ilalirinic fi'i, anilmaking | 9il: I Laura HI. Ja< .kjtonvllle' Hi'usen Stetson Hats 0.01. $73 or $5.00 1'er Month
''HI! vmaI, C1J'! ','0_aneI." tlili OIIP" iinnoiincpnient. It (toi-Hii't. nuike&' KIIOC! :Men's SI", ...I'Uch Softball Phone 356-06\ :: 1 :firejfor. : !: Gold: Cup Sox

,A"0"0'BlAKE""" EO'MUDS' .m'11.ito I nn' I In 111 t .Hoiiic'onc Id ofllcc who Hlx-niN' more Automatic 'fran.tmissionAutomatic v,1I1II111t.| .to I'onnuleur. Kentul, Ideal[ Sewing CenterALL

PETER UK!: to Kt i-lciliil. (limn h.. will reveRe UH ,Mil r\' If lie Isplcrlril. I

Tlil In ..f the lh> niHiirii-H. I 1 MAKES
SELLERS SCASRlcato.ostiIg1 ; sjwapBl just oun riMiHiiim i&4vaBaptist ,:,fk\ouiu| | men's Shop New and Used :Machine.

l ( lit oliTli-il.. ,..Ililith .kept|> I In'r'UtlnTit., / .."-,.."-, I lh.. ft r'.i Transmissions & 848 Cassat Ave..Iiuksenvill. .

ate|> timnrilH,' hrlnRliiK/ (lt>' ('onnrll Niilitrli-n, ,ilovtn I Is tolmc 310 Main Corner foveA 3g -5l)71:

/ .. s<'JI"II" liii, '. Dlloiiilnil elections.I 1 Motor ExchangeBIG Jacksonville '

I uni NOT begging/ / for the oltlie but iifri-iliiK" to Hi'ne Ftrfct Bn-ptlht RPV J, D lunnyV.LT TRACK SERVICE

r4* ,. you. unit our (My for tun Ji'iirt% und help, .. >ndm, 't I ha Bow'n.!! pn.' tor. : Ralph Cop I Remanufactured Trunsmts- MOTORCYCLKSHONDA RAY'S

; ( ( ) A# {(.Itj'H l>uslmss UH 1 'lutvc& my own ".'onuinU-ully us |"OMHllllf. land. orsanlst. slorus Motors

Worship services : SundayIt By Quality Craftsman TRACK SERVICEPortable

a.. m.. 7:30: p. m. fni'rserj,
anor UNITtO ARIiSIS SI N.. :MOTUKS.. I hHir\c ItiiTt iifisls, tu lie .wim ('/IIIIIIKI'H lit the PITHCM fJ enl.) Wednesday. 7:30 p m. ZO1)) W. Beaver: St. Track Presa Service

Au f. 7, 8, !9 t |>ur<'hirxhiK/ |1"11...li'n of (the City. \\'.. nerd to IlIIr.h_ Sunday School 9:45: a. m Jacksonville. 331-1771 MOTORCYCLES Welding

"T''" at HIP lo"est |>rlu> n IiiIi "lll Kl\w .its the ......lr..1 iiutlIIJ |' (nursery opnl.) Ti-ftlnlnu Union I All Used Bulldozers Si Crawlrr
MfldeLNothlnlf Down
--- : Instead. of piirt. 'liuslif. ( III thn light/;. of |><.rtonul favor 6:30: p m (nuisery' oponl 1 CAMI'KRS Mcichants Green Stamps "We'll Keep 'em Rolling"

: .' : nnJ 1.'k-hlU'" < Catholic I Cribbs Campers Ojjcn' SAM. to 7 P.M. 7387 W. Beaver

\\ith jour tii'lp. I Mill .otrltr to prevent large buslniw. ,,' St. Willianw--Pr. Edward A MondaY-Friday Jacksonvlllp 388-4621
SU>DAY & :MONDAY( JflMPflf IIIUit8TLIE
/ M'QUEENKARLMALOEIMBRIAM from In-litn Kraiitid "..pix' .liil. fiixurs", !>.>. the CIty nun' I Kirby. priest In charge Mrs. Dcl-Rcy Ounpcra 8 A.M. to: 1 S PM TROPICAL FISH

\UA' 7, S KEITH will/ work ,illllK' <'iilly KIIlist! t I tI.... present urruiiKeniintat I E. A. Lamm. oiKanht ,I Saturday and Wednesday .
Double Feature I Vox; ram Sundayfas.s, 7:30: A m Shasta Trailers eU>StD; M'MI\Y
AHTKUR I KEEflY1jThNiE :\ tin llollilny' Inn ulicre thr)' urn operating the hnsl-. I MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

.. PIESHETTE.i ncss. mill, tu I. reshlenias. on uuia. clcitrlc, nil-tier.. unil ulsu. Monday Inquiry Clo-ss, 7 II I Skampor Convertible MOTORS A: CYCLES
Benediction
m Novena; and
p
SO TRUE TO LIFE
I .urn. being ImrKi-d/ ", only .mile for KurliiiKo.. and "MUUKOHprlie / 7:30: p. m Trail_Bunk Flnaiu"! 'lag 4919 Blandln Blvd.

k A You'll feel ,, .,..1' for tll""" thrpn buikliiiKH. TheM tYl"| '' of liuslncss' 3-108 San Juan Ave Jacksonville 77I-K2U Complete Aquarium Supplies

it was lived ;'NI sluiiild .h.,. hunted.. Imllvliluallj Just. irs anyone <.I.|.HC.If -fnterdemnnlnatiunulCommunity Jacksonville 388-93 I Imported Fish All Specie
Church Dr CALL OR COME BY
I 'I..t.,1. to ,ncrvn" UH your CIty; Couin. 'llniiin I proinlsi- CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg :MUSIC
.
I Mon-Sat 10 am. to 8 p.
made! ,to make the ,cssury. niotlont to brIng common "n,<*ns<* A. C. Holt. mtnt t\r: Mrs Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.

mill. i-ionoiny. to our CIty; (.inerninent., If no IIIIP ulllMronil George! C l.nova. orgajilotSunday ChainSaw Paulus Music Co. We Order Any Fish Available
School 9:30 a enMtrn1rig
..* -', VcTW.ur4f __t MUfliI .. I these iiiolions or not enough. h nupport Is. givento Sales 913 S. Edgewood Ave..
Worship 11 a mNul"I9An'
1 $ o- PUSH. upproprliitp million. then up u need.. to rlei.t persinis { open both hours!I. 1IOM1ITEMoney Bind &: String Instruments Jacksonville 388-9404

C to. till ('11111'11 Mho will support them M.ikm' Chain Saws Gibson Guitars it Amplifiers WESTERN: STORE

I .also. l elle\e that It It not. pusslhle' to wll u. prudili -Epi coialSt "\IJCS! ': & SIU\'WI-: : School SuppliesInatruatlor., .

..... Anne Rev >V W. Parts and Repairs All Makes Roberta Recorders LITTLE DUDE
helou lost to anone and Htuy In h..I" ". If Y"I..> <
O Cope-1
? Womtall l. vicar; ft :Music Library--Expert
Toro Si Yazoo Power MowersRt.
4 Ma.Qst'vv.. you" must. liurRB other. iistDiiicrs, morn him u rnusonahli laxid oricanlst: 't I Repair Department Western Store
21 MUMlHburs: 28J-50SO
WALT DStIfl'! eo4 4 tw.ffiQ' I ..,. 'rie' then t they punhasp these same. priiiluets.VMien Morning\ Prayer and Ser. I

elcdei! I tit. In mon 2nd and 4th Sundays 41 n'Ionroe: St. "Where You'll Find Everything
....:.:) promUe represent you our City KI.ECTRir: !MOTORS Jacksonville '
9:30 a. I ojjwn 38 1&7 For the
: m nursery i Horse
SODEARIOI. I!!> .meriunent to the extent thai the City anil It.. ('It!- .
.-- i-> ..iaWedne..day Holy Eucharist and sermon Enthusiast"
"ill lipnelltSim 3J10 UeiMh. IllMl.
/IMIH Brothers
lat and 3rd Sundays 9 :30 A Peavy Western Clothing -leatherroods. .

Mif HEART \\YA\. TIITRS.! : & Fit!. .i* this I N the. 'extent of my cuni|>.iiljn, please Have M I nursery open]. Ctiur.:l, Electric Co. Jacksonville 398-3091 Saddles and Trailers

August, 10. 11. 1rutt 1 12 & IhiirsdajAugust this. artIcle and rereail It hrforn you vote In the ('..rn- School. 9:30: A M "Holy Eu-. Chart St Sharon! Petty

lEOHNUI* / 10. 11 Injf electIon. for City ('OIIIK'Ilinen. Although. .. I will not oharlst Bam. each Sunday KLECTKIC 1tJ'rKS901dServlcedRl'pall'lj 90? So. FcUewood Ave.

Ps| 9b"Laurtt he .able to fit out and see. nun. InilMiliial. In the (,lty Evening: Prayer 7:30: P. &I ,I ML'SIC-InstrumentsMARVIN", I Jacksonville 384-1210'
-
,, "" each Sunday EYC 6.'Cf: P. M
LFWGTHIr i : ***' I ulll be (flail to ills. <..us* my \lrw. on thus City Government O<*neratois-Starters WELL DRILLING
: each Sunday i
4t.J ..
1 1I 2!,) IILAVGHS u ; !<* 0 with any (Itl/en at any time.I Daily offices of Morningand Alteration KAY'S
coIIJuePSTIJRII / Armature Rewinding
KIRK RICTUIRU Ip4 ",.., I ulll he nt the Mary Carter FaInt Store from, H:30to : ) venini Prayer. 8:00 A. 4044 Lenox Ave. PARTRIDGEWell

DOUGLAS H1RR1ScotuM LaugiIng Cf zor Hardy t.;TflEtA ill, .1::30) >liiinla.v. through !Saturday... (with the. oieptlon M and 5:00: p. M. | .J1I1"k onvl1Il' J87-2328 Music Center Drilling Co.

\\cilnesday ufternoon). Also I will he uvnllalile.. any
Presbyterian j Fender Gretaoh &: Vox Guitars
FLOOR COVKRIXC;
TfjRO evenlnic If am'one'' uonhl. .. like. to tall unit make arrange- Faith Presbyterian Churcn i iRPV | i i B w MIIB WIB l* B King Hatten and Selmer ROCK & .\RTFSI\V BIAS

1'1.1.. inenls for .u ,",'.'IIIl//{. l'hom IMU-HJK1.) J R Neale Ji minister Band Instruments
... Looking for KlectrK' Water
"" '. Complete
-,.. .. ...'OJ" : Mr. W A. Wallace organist Ludwig, Sllng-erlan.l. Rogers R 'tOtf'mlIKHIOTJnS
..IOu..' Mrs Carl SWlijher.j better carprtnfHOC.AN. Drums
.. !

, HO'I, AS.'I wwf vttilftl swggg\ >i l CHARlES K fELDW.\N. \ WSIHWOIIjr. '.u,,"" R. C. (Pee Wee) DAMPIER summer organist 'illit 2'1? I KenluM & Repair'| on ALJ I 1 FIH." riNMM'INd( ;

THE JIEEWEPTELM -_ ..* ;i III"ahas ...... .. UNTEO FISTS Sunday &.houl. 9.43 ... m ::4t'tY"ee' jl jlI :SStiO Hyde Grove Av..
Morning Wornhlp 11 II m 400 MVIV
ST
$ uflAWIO MCTjHt 1MMI T'L C"" '. I Jirk onv"i'a
*,.COLOR ( 1'Pol' Ad\ I Sunday r TNursery open both 54 d.wMo4 Jacksonville 313-09.15
hours J "' -_ _-_.__ .
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I i I ii I "I 1,1,1-:I \ 11, \1'i i.''v, I' \iiII t ,,,1.,,.,, i"...01 I IIi., I II I. ,ii I. ""N"I ,1.,1<', Ill, "I,i(' ,nt Ol,. tile illII r
Fee DiscussedBy City Adopts Million School M'>-i'M i: 'I 1'.. I">:TIM: > l'1 I 1'1 l K ,,i I UP I ,, .
i ii I .
Garbage Pick-Up : $$2.5 BudgetIs un" -i I I II i I to h"hy '''''11100'' .1'10'1 Iiiur'il ''' II '* ''I' ll I III I 1"1,< Mllllt
l> < IItlll'I'i t ''iiii un viiI'ltllll ,,,, .
I n.\ I Kit; h\ \ U I II 1,1 I 1stIn I I I. I It,' ally 1511,15 I ''i.l I, .1't ",nllllll, I I I" law
I Job Plan I ('OINTV.: IIOHIIIVlIN I 1 'pill.j ,'I 1,1 I.; 11111 liii:;ii S': I Ii::lilt. :t.Iu''y. ,lilly: lsav:. .11;:"i'y I I'nth rwoa Pay I IIIVMI01H.I : I U.ru.. ,il.MM. :l. ("SK.VI.) ..ilIiI I
I ilgitInet eNtitle Iii the' iC- HurrU't" I'nilorwootl LeveyC.Eic'
Lawley City Council Monday Given Final Aonroval 721 4ttttl' I Ii rite 1 ,,f the: County: .Judge ofHradr'rtl i ; ,"Jlur.. of the ISntale of
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I .1 M 1. ICdwnnlx. .11'p unil County
Vlorluta. In .
Ann l'IIII'rwo"II(! niHHfll. .teeeai-
[Continued 1 1tlll
From Page Qnel La Hetty Ann IrMwtudM,;,, I liif \\ I irvFliilnlirc % 'mi': ;01 vrv. .ii I ix.im the ,'nun house at Stark.'. Flor- .
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I I 01 I' 1% VMl Flit lilt tEl I lila \\lthln .Mix calendar month d.M>mn *A discussion of a garbage garbage pick-up :it I an esti- two other departments f4uld Bradford's 12,S million'' bids would meAn an increase v KI> > < Oh \ l. I-'I.OIIIIM: from tin dun of t the first pub- "inif> nt r.avMI.M.
use! one, together. AllnTI <'larli. Mnjiir 0 i'.irl, <, I IN I'llfOI Ill' II i-IJLM': ; I II {' '1I'<'iiil,,ii i.r I tills noil., I'u'h K ; Florida
: 1,1.: :\1> < \ Ui'lwlitn.
III 'O"
fee out of d'' mated cost of over $80 school: for 1906-07 | In ,
re- school
Ck.Up grew budget ,
per lunch pi ices. Casey F.llHiil i-lh cinrk Wiluln.Ituth 1.1,hit > ftfiiiiirnl, !1)1', ,
Edwards said that when It 'In I: "I' niiiMt Inu .Ml I "ii" II,. \ Col, ]istate
eft-owing need tor additional week. Residents also pay a celved t final approval:> by the J said. The use of 1'lark SniiilM' L,* nl 1111 n ami'
I ; orange Juice I 1"1 ll J ''I C.1 I "ur IIIII"t t HI'111"t 1 7'Il.t' I I. -l lNotflxwk
fund for the City of Lawtey I tax of $2 per year but all was decided a few weeks Board of Public Instructionlast I 8." an alternative Is being Uefi'iiiluiit. I, \n I I I IiI,,, II, plin'o' ". nf rpMUli" .. unit """.th'j'
ago to transfer the billing \'','I'll'' i: '!1'0I I n: vit 01, fit iidiltHHM, of the ilal,, rl..Uc. $2.50 at the
qt, a Council meeting Monday other Income Is derived from Thursday night after a considered he added. ,,
and mete book back "I'llrlh"r: ,, chirk, .1 iI., .<'n nJghtIt other sources."I ;, reading series of very minor change*I Flowers Bakery of Jacksonville Albert, riurk Jr, ACIILX| |, MM .\ ., .." I II, ,.:_."10 ,
,. W f>s made plain howeer have advocated that I la I to his office a decision to by Supt. Tom Casey. was awarded the knows,

the Is just supply him with a radio was set at 858. bread YIIU) me" h"Tfl loy notlfi". ,l i I'' i iu
that move garbage feej J for years. I Mlllage was up' contract niter submitting '' ,, i I That' Our Business
GLASS
also Included.! Council members mill for' Piiriltlun hI i i I"
being discussed. No sudden don't understand why any- .18 from last year but down the low bid of three! filed. UKulnxt. yini. In I III., < I

option |Is planned. body would object to 75c of Jimmy McRae and Mrs. .02 from the 8,6 mills announced submitted. naniiMl, C Cuurt" 1 ami, "IIIIM, < >
Councilman Paul Dlnklns Ruby Johns disagreed saying In the tentative you nrt' r*>(|iilrttd. lo ,..I'I' t i iof I "If It's Class We Have It"
$1 per month, Mayor Shu- Oulf OH Co. low .'
WAS anawai'ded : 11",11-, I I '
nnnwi-r ur i
that decision your I
/; no was
ltouil'up\ the idea saying ford said. budget two weeks ago. Not a the bid on five of I the fiimpliilnt mi I the r <,nuulAttorney CALL WRITE or VISIT

Mich g tax Is the easiest "I don't think It would bea made on the radio. soul was present for the public seven Items on the school's C '.oi'Ke, II "I'" i iThiuiiKH FOR ANY GLASS NEED
method he can think of to Th3 two council members ;hearing required by law Xr flf.ic I'. <" I 11 "
gasoline
hardship on anybody. My and oil supplies. I llljll) HUilki', Fl'.i-liln, iin.l,, i itil '"
lilse; the} needed revenue. He 1 money doesn't come flowing contended that Edwards does before,. the budget) could receive Gulf got the gas bid with a .. nrlKlll'H. III tile'" .1''I li,, We Des'trn! Modern Store Front

said (he city operated In the not need to be In touch with final adoption but It low of 1942 I lie, CU-rk' 'nf tln, > t'lr'I! i iun "
I in the front gate either but cents per gullon: Just Mail\ Us A Tuttern Fi>""
jtd fast year because of the everybody In the city-just was called for as a formality. chassis ur .Ueftirv tile I IMIi, we must have something to lub. 15c per pound: ,
All'riint. I tutU Ut l hi-l u NM i I" Table TopsSHEA'S
of the city's new his i meter reader. McRae "Tliree: school board members -
pincnase wheel ,
opel'alethe( city] on. I bearing lub. ISc per untUniM "f Mil lit "ii "
lice car..RlsIng I said much police business isconfttentlal. and! two reporters Just ,,, ,
4 : pound; fuel oil. 11.42c V\ 'ill I I. ikl'll HH I I.I,01 I I II
pel'gallon.
"Everything Is going uP. i :! but Edwards million of the Y"U
costs of living were spent $25 peo |
cited by Dinkins and Mayor up. up. I don't think we'd be said It wasn't when the radio ple's money" was Board and kerosene 12,5cper Tills null..', << -Ii,ill i'' I : GLASS CO.
gallon. Sinclair RefiningCo. ,. ,,
out of line to get an income 'd] Charles R. Shuford. Both I used to be in the clerk's of- Member Rodney Hall's caustic .
without was low on motor oil. 58c I I i on.'I\O., ,, a' .10. 'in, t II"] III, i, e
noted! that the city's money some way. charging fice. comment. gallon In fun < ur' i > 'I'< ,I. i'" i ..i I I.titi.i I.
other taxes." the per a 55 gal drum 1313 NAV.11 PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FU2-4353
Is not going as far is it once tinued. mayor con- Edwards accused the two Supt Casey went over his and gear lub. 15c per pout'' huh,; till.* !ifih, In. i i ,

did. Dinkins said the city's council members of having changes! from the -preliminary -
cjish reserve Is dwindling and The council also instructed:! "selfish reasons" and stated budget, with thethree I -

some new revenue will haveU Marshall M. M. Jordan to "I don't think you know how board members present. Hall. L ,

somewhere. enforce an ordinance prohib- Dan Stull and H. _
>> b'! found the city operates. nil. A. a I
twenty-five cents a week iting all trucks from parkingon Edwards made It clear Lawson. The huge operating

ar $1 per month. is certainly U. S. 301. The trucks that he does not want a citizens budget was up $4,674 from

not nn unreasonable chargefor block the view of any driver band. He said If he the piellminary figure to

navlng your garbage entering 301 from the west. could not have one for the $1,373.763 Casey also announced -

]Hauled off each week." Din- Service trucks it was noted. entire city he could do with- that the new budget

>>Ins said "It would cost me I now park on 301 to unload out. had n slim reserve fund of < .--- -

more than that to haul It off merchandise for Watl1"sl J I Finally. McRae withdrewhis 10590. He said the 65-86

Myself! ." budget had a deficit of '16.069 .- I -
motion and the council
Store since the side! door ha
The city already provides I I I p' took no action.In which is Included in the. 20 word or trim, one! Intel-lion. :Memorials, Resolutions. etc.I'er Display. Adi In ClivtHltled. StM-tlou! :

residents with once-a-week been closed. I other action. the coun- new bill. (minimum rlmrgp) _-_ --- ----- 1.01)) word ___n_________________ .03 tH.M( per Inch. -first InHertluu.,

cil: A $1.1 million new construction If not paid In advance __nn____ 1.23
I program Is set for 66- ('ur"... .of Thank: lp to All) wont
Heard: a report by Mrs. Keyed coiled or blind iul. $I.Z: )per Inch after first IniwrUwn.

Johns on a meeting with the 67 the main reason for the (minimum charge) ______________ 1.23 (minimum, charge) _______n ____ .51)i)
Financial I huge $35 million figure. At
A I ; }: < School Board and then Eas'h: additional word over 20______ .0:> Over 50 word: per word-----------.05:
;P y. airiee'l to close a portion of the en 3 of the new budget
< ; year Supt. Casey said that ---

:Depart Grand field as Street requested by the by football school I only $115.000 In capital out- Insurance Problems I HASTINGS; MATTRESS : ; FOR SALE-Bilck home. oak! BE SURE TO SEE WORLD 4

I officials. lay r reconstruction] funds. Including & UriIOLSTEItY] ; WORKS AT RF.Dt'et.U: RATES nOr 3 bedrooms. l''_ b"th'l i BOOK before buying any
tall: the
!Man From
1-: [ just $63,104 of the 710 I. mon St. Falatk-, ,\(7TO.'ICr., BO.\T family room or dining area. i other) encyclopedia. M. A
: '
Referred to Councilman "KEYSTONE"George DOYLE: K.: CONNERINSURANCE Enclosed Double lot' Payne local
Store7/T/ 7 .. $1.2 million race track ,bond 1 garage your representative
Furniture
-<:< McRae the problem RepairedUpbolstered <<
of deciding Issue will be still not obli E. LaRue I AGENCY 1028 Palm St. Tim Wairen since 19C Refinished
which street Bay or Lafayette & tfchf tfthu Phone
gated." 969-2451.: 964-0792. tfcng
O-O rG'; big trucks will use! Opinion now is there will Keystone Heights :MATTKESKES KKIH'ILT; 'I ',
Consultant For All Your \
: < III to deliver goods to Winn- not be enough bond money New Innersprings/ Myers Power Tool
: Dixie. Chairman Hurst saidit left Insurance NeedsRepresenting and Hot I CARTERPAINTS :MOBILE HOME
.;- for both the new junior I' SpringsDrop / f MARY
vyN/ is Area
I 0.: nearly impossible for big Call Headquarters For
high school planned and I's A Card or
anyextensive
trailers to American Co. I ]10 wide Luunmimert Power TootoMrCullmh
make the turn Great Ins. Must sacrifice --
.
remodeling of I I'ALATK.V.\ 5-1)166!)
from Bay into the rear of Bradford The Travelers Ins. Co. :Mobile Home located on ; Chain. Saws
High School. !MRS. I'EGtlY SII1U.KR:
the Wlnn-Dixle store. Tel. 473-4692 Day I Pump &: Water .Syntein.Urllfgs .
Our bank I is really h financial department After the new budget had I 209 E. Adklns St. North side of Lake Bedford A Stratton Engine
"hen adopted on his motion 473-4325 NUl'sAuto just off S.K. 100.
: store. with services available for all your HORSE SHOW lire Home Business SlarklI'l'nt lU-ntaU. Sale !Servlc

: financial needs. Farm, business and personal Hall asked that a monthly Monthly -Payment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line This home is extra clean :230 NE.:: 16th Ave.
financial --
Th, Keystone statement showingall
Heights ofPAINTS and has several extras
,
uliielll.
378-3411
loans checking and !savings accounts Lions Club will hold Its sec- i expenditures:! be supplied! built to order. Machine<: work
will finance for
safe deposit and many ond annual Horse Show on I each board member. That ONE STOP Bout. Motor and Pump repairs ANDSUPPLIES responsible tfch4.

other services. Use them to fullest he Brown's Repair Shop. Itt 1. person. Can
your Saturday. Aug. 13. at Dr.I way. said. a member MASONRY SERVICE FOR RENT 2 an/I 3 bedroom

advantage. Christoffer's Lake Point, wouldn't have to go througha Box 363 Staike I IKlii-slev: be seen this weekend. houses! Also furnished, and unfurnished -

Farms on Highway 21. great pile of bills and Keiuly Mix all slice' Con- Lake tfih", For All Purposes Lois or Tate Powell Jr. up.ii tnienta and! duplex -

_
would have something h.- crate Blo'kII, {
: bpI SundjPm'ttHt
;
524 N.
Cherry St. Phone
WANTED Rural
HOME OWNED-HOME OPERATEDThe -- acreage
{
could take home and study Llntrls.! Everything 969-3325.
after the ... Oooj location for homes VINYL No. 381tedut.ed tfchjf
'O'I''Jo: meetings! ne OK : "
tl.I''TIO"; I
State BankOF I I. Kuin1.il 1 F. rhltty. Mayoii Supt. Casey said the first fuiiKtniftlua.. Bufo'd Mitchell P. O. B >v( } Attractive 2 bedroom -

Community if Ihi- 'City of HturUe. Florida montn of the new year will \\e will meet any prlrm un 2:18.:< HI: !ot9-i'al\ !! :! tfclm!! Upholstering i home situated on 4 acre JOBS OPEN

by.. vlrlun. of the .authority. be rough but all mllterll.11i ulllilu itruU- act. 2 tillable and 2
.. ..1..1 in ,n.. by law do that purchas'nn MARHIKD COUI'I.KS VVANT- Material U acres Curb (IIri. and Wttltrew.esante
STARKE 'h''r..bv run .a Plrnt' Primary rero.-ds are being simplifiedand ford ('II"ntyNIt ST1I.IMAINTAIN KI: ) for Cottage Hnrcnt wOl'k' LLcl'et }pines! Fenced storage \\ Rlprtli.n to be held at th* PirnHtullnn after that tUAI.I'lY. bUIJ..III Reduced to $7000
It will be easier Will also take Mingle pi-r'''>n Value!' To $10.00 '
MEMUElt F. D. I. C. In lh* aCnrvnulil. city
byI''"IIa..1. voter* on Turf to keep tab on ev"'enses HRADKOKDKNKINEEKINCi Minimum I <'dll'atlllll I lOtli(( KI "uli' I lor qulik sale. l.ud"" SO. to 40 local store.

luy. :!.riprciiiL, II, 1'idri!' A. n.j .. In other action the bald( l Age 21-rl.: .Stall- Uutiieini'iit: ,,'. :\10.' 1'I Start In Sept.
j I fur I h.> pm. ..1'0.. ... or Eluding I th* relected three milk bids an" : CO. S(,,-lal ScM-urlty, 2 w<'.'k< pail $3 YARD Kin v.iky I Lake lake front

I followIng officer. : derided to ask for Ph. 964-2521 Sturke viiration/ ii'k U' ben, litu summer home, 4 bath,
Urn,,!o I 1Cou.I1". I ,,", For new quo :ive < rooms louiiff Men Age 18 or Over.
To Own Two YmrH.lliinii tatlons. Bids received for COME OUT TO TUP: OLD !Shifts' run from 6:31):: ) .1 in ti> KINOSIJCV:: LAKE HOUSE large eiulo-e." > scieen porch High School Oriul. Only

Easy (I .1 CVuinrllniiin, Fop, half-pint containers were' "Trading Post and browse u- I 2.30: pm.: 2:SO p ni. to |11):0 i)::!() for ,sile: Write or call V. QMuC'oy Bath und, boat houses! pi iv- $1.73 hr. to Start
Two YeiiiwUiuuii Clustifson.: 715 I, and 10::in .m In ii.0::! ) ate dock. Call
rents: Foie- pm. p 1148or fur terms and
6 Cuun<'ll..n.. Foi. round. You WUI find bar uini" I' Ji P. (1) Diawer ,
Two Veal'M" most 6 5 cents and Carlton you can't afford to 'miss in I arm. In genera I IIIUI'I'It"J,I onp-- phone 370-7290.) UlntMvllte. !I }price.sTRoU'r No fee charged' _nle>. ".
LOHGCHAMP HOMES
A IHO 85 tents les work on s.ime sh-ft; I'liviMe, 1
: REALTY find a job.
general of elec- Flit you
run furtUturu, ttiihg!
Chapter 05-2236 81'.<'1..1. Act Contract trio contact Personnel( tJWrc. Sun- i iSIS 2117 N. Temple Ave.
of lid of the LrnlalaturrHouse puce last, year appliance. sinks
.
mil 2516 providing the was 5.4 cents from Suwannee pumps, wash pots! tool: land Training Center.. (Jainesvllle. -' <
Custom Built fallow log Valley Dairy. The new dioe, refrigerators. wahl'I I 4trhy 8 I IALL I' CN14CLI.ltDJ( :; : : ) .: Seuing I IMai ; Phone 9IJ9-3I91 Starke

tle A rpf Act"rendum rplatlna-:! on to H the I.pglHlii('11\' boats, a ao metal roofing TYPKS: of lawn moxvertami tune. :Must |place: in your j I

Your Plans Or Ours nt Stark -urban; --'renewal- pro-' bar, windows just about anything saws machine. sharpened uivu. A-l ah.ipe! Zig Zagi FOR SALK: Baby crib and! SERVICE;

vlilliiK for, the rehabilitation THE: RICJIIT POINT for the you ate looking for. We Calvin Johrw 332 N. Water.. button holes. l.iny il"mtcna.' { nmttietui, 1" ('tlt-ally new. Ne-

Your Lot Or Ours of clearance.. .iihi in B and,and hllKhteil redevelopment, area In way you urlta. Come I In and buy. sell and trade. 2'''g. miles Ph. Dtil-llll. tfulty S.'It.I Hold,I new 1'111'! i>vi'.'r $3UI). ver used Ph. 7S2-3D38. Lawtuy4tp 8. SS.. Temple! .D69-S741.

the CIty nf Stark. ) In accordance select your favorite E T'R- north of Starke on 301. I..eonaPi :.MUST SACRIFICE.: Just |pay 8,4

with urban renewal plans. BROOK fountain pen. TELE- and Rubv Grlfns COMBINED INSURANCK: Co. balance., $112(i or UHstmie $8 HAY FOR SAL Phone 9093434. .
HOME IMPROVEMENTS: apiiruved hy the City t'oun-\ (iKAPII.12Wides.. I Nt'ecLs two aggressive salesmen monthly payments Will, take
REMODELING: ALTERATIONS i'll ileflnlnir! the ...uti..... llnlillltlnH. REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL to travel IS cuuntliM in ohlor miifhlne in trnilc., Call COTTAGE or Site for House tfchy
exemption.* and pow- I Trailer for Rent Shade Trees
NURSES- NIGHT DUTY COLLF.CT.I ,
era of Haiti city In undertaking N. E. Flit 5 day wl''kIu"t: Credit, Manager): 1 KINGSLEY LAKE waterfront
mien .a.Ivlties, ..., Includlnir. the ONLY. 4-12 and 12-8)), 150 be 21, bondable and Rooil rhurncter. Jacksonville 353-1918.: any-I and good: water $10.00 per cottage 3 bedrooms for rentor

3-BEDROOM HOMES ,pi wir ti- iiciiulre'. property bed general hospital for mentally $600 mo. (fiiarantiM': to i lime. Will deliver. No oblijration ( month. A. J. Thomns, Realtor a..Ie. Write Box S3 P. O fl

I throiiKh nf the eminent exercIse tlonmln... of the 0' I retarded. Residents all start after two ueoks In 2tchg: 8 11 Tel. 961-5701. Box "A," Stark, Flj. 2tcg 8 4
pnwcr
FOR SALE NOW ..tI.pwi.e.l. l to .11...'....... of property I clinical areas except obstet- school with expenses pIII.1.'I ,
Mihject. tti any rent rlct Ion. ics. Starting mlnry $380 Write or call H. B. Crnnlm. WILL ( ARJo FOR CHILI In :, FOR SALE ONE OF THE : RETIRED COUPLE WANTSSM.

deein"il necessary. to preventthe Custom Made monthly. 40 hour week, six 'I Sales :Mgr): 10875 I'laver RI lilY lionuMrs. : .1.51'kie Hicks BEST MOTEL: BARGAINSIN HOUSE WITH YARD

Small Down PaymentIN future. development..lumn. or blighted or spread areat of, For Florida LivIngYOU' paid Holidays, 12 days paid W.. Jacksonville. Ph. 1 8.2(1'll( 62 I N. Church St. Phone 1)41)1- }KLORIDA. 14 well furnUhetl FOR YEAR AROUND LJV-

I to iHKiie bond and other ohllHiitlon Annual Leave accumulative I 2toJiur 7, 211 6821. Itp units. TV Hir-conclitionett' ING IN OR NEAR STAJU
PINE REEZE SUBDIVISION AND and give .necurltyiliere'or Get More Sick Leave meals and laundry Crane plumbing tile baths. : WE CAN AFFORD $45 mo.

EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION to levy taxeS and a'- For Your optional at minimum cost FOR RENT: Lovely 2 !story FOR RENT OR SALK: 2 bedroom Bates spreads.! etc Owners! Write Box P. P. O. Drawer \

neniiment. linil, to enter federal IntoaKreemenm I i $ insurance payroll deductible home of Kingtloy! Luke. 4 house corner Jackson qUarters. equipped with Food- "A." Starke. Fla. 2tp 8/4
to asotire
Contact nut and <."implylth condition No Salaried or Com State Retirement and Social! bedrooms!c. l'a bath. Available; and Thompson St". J. T. QulIPV. (?- orama. Norge rnnge. Hot Point
SEE NORMAN
I H.
I .* I ImpuMed I In cnnneitlon missioned Security benefits. Apply to DI- Sept 1 to June 1. $175 per" mo P. O. Box 1 576.> Starke or washer Hot Point dryer etc WILLIS.
BUFORD MITCHELLOffice therewith prnvlillnw for anurban Employees rector of Nurses Suniand Call Gainesville FR 22793. phone P6I-2H61. 2tchg 8I all like new condition. 375 SOUTHSIDE I DODGE IN
renewal to exerclHe I JACKSONVILLE FOR THE
Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box 238 pn".n heleunder niteniy If ailldcity DAD & BRAD LARSEN Training Center Hospital P. Strli S 2:* feet on US. 301. Priced, toM BEST NEW CAR TRADE

140 S. Thompson St. Starke Fla. ili-termlnea' It to he In the LIKE TO WORK O. Box 1150. Gainesville. Flor. REGISTER NOW FOR FALL 1 >I1. Reasonable terms to responsible -
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RENT :3 ANYWHERE. LETS TRADE
FOR room furnished
pulillc Interi'Bt.; authorIzing Ida.. r.Ione 376-5381. 4tp 811 I ADULT CLASSES. Starting buyer. Write or
furnish fundn.lvHe with central "YOUR WAY" 4tchg 8'19
KHld I'Hy\ t" apartment
.... I ... fiicllltleM I I I ll nil propert YOU Benefit! heat No children, or pels $13\ lintI'l September 6. Courses! to phone Bill Summers Starke! ,
We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are BRADFORD ROPING CLUB. Tel. 964-5801. 8'11
: 4tp
\' In aid thi-refor by the InHuiime run IS weeks each. Mondays APARTMENT FOR RENT
Not taxation Hampton Fla' -- Fish Fry month. 204 W. Adkins. It __ :
You If JOIN TODAY! ..f bliptattofl Joy through Thursdays Write Lo- I at Kingaley Lake. For monthof

or otherwIse ; provliltn All Sizes on Display Sunday July 31; Adults 75c: I FOR RENT: 1 2 b.'drnolllI cal Director Drawer ino. BOY WANTED
that .aet-tirltle (milled. and --- for general August. Will sleep 5 people.
Children 50c 1 Horse
I
-I proprtlen' whIle. helil hy a 8-10-12 Wides! p.m. I trailer and .11 bedroom trail-I Starke FIn. 32091. Indicating I I yard work must be 16. 16 Call C. H. Naaworthy. 9645011.2t .
I frolics to follow fish frv. Ito I
I II I puMli, agency hereunder .shall 1 '/, Baths er Also trailer spare with courses wanted. 6tchg O'l hours per week year-round, chg 8/4

Serving Florida !I I I lie exempt for u from referendum.lin.reiti t.xullun. t .. ; prorldlnic and Expandablea I FOR SALE OR RENT with patios. Overnight parkins Good pay for dependable boy

\ I, m For Sulil Klectlon option to buy. 3 bedroom CB II Phone !P <>-3291 or Ht\-1031.\! KINC.SLF.Y: LAKK: Large Apply 1031 W. :Madison after 1,000 DIXIE PAPER CUPS

Since 1950 I __ ____.__.._ house screened porch fenced! Westmoreland Trailer Pnrk house and dock lot extends 5 p.m. August 2tchg 84' and dispenser $8.50 value
Mr*. Krnenllne. l>enmnri New and Used8Yr. floors. tfrhg road Forpnrtl'ulars close-out $4 50. Bradford
Ilennl" AlbertFontfi. \ back yard hardwood. from Lake to paved

a, .l tg S,, 0.. Mr ,.Mvrllce. Mr. J. K, Hardy. MmMurif.iret I 1372 Blending St. Pay owner FOR SALE 3 bedroom CB write or call A. J. REGISTER NOW FOR FALL County Telegraph. tf

II \William Joe.Valmbkl financing availableUse small equity and assume $60 Thomas Realtor Starke. Fla., ADULT CLASSES. Starting ,
.. I
--- ..... .. ,.,. .. Mr*. Kil Prevail. monthly payment. Contact house with carport IMneh.iven Tel. 64-5701.. date September 6. Courses to FOR DRESS MAKING and
Kthel Haymt.nd Small and alterations for and
John MlmpHiin., I I II Subdivision.! equity men wom
: il.\I; ,, Our Rental-I'ur- James C. Saunders.! 2201 Hull run 18 weeks each Mondays
Mrs. Lucile l. Mr*. ) Mile rhateen I low< monthly; payments Telephone en. See Mrs. Ceclla Bond at
Cordially .lrs I Peggy Khuller' I (.Alternate ; I chase Plan-Payments Rd. Klnwton. N. C. Phone 523- day 064-5151 night< : HIDE wanted to Gainesville I through Thursdays Write Local 404 N. Cherry St. SU-hg 8/11
.
PlckerlnnAlternate
GodwinReprelentatlve ) Mr tank.! I IIoy. 0843. tfehg Start August 29. 8 to Director, Drawer 100.
8 IS
Under $30 I'er Month B64-60O1.) -Up
( ). Mr' *. Kt>Kr Pans-'
11 Welcomes <( In Testimonycher.of.' I IHereunto II FOR SALE -'i horse deep-' courses wanted. btchg t B 1 PIPER] : AIRCRAFT CORPORATION .

Ph. 964-5321 3f You and Your I "Hiiburrlhe, My 4inet.n.t wheel\ balance on your \\rll pump and jet. $5;;; 30 BRADFORD ROPING CLUB: : has Immediate. and fu-

1013 E. Call St. Family to Your .. fnilKe('It To The He Hereunto.Heal Of TheSalt Affixed mmMobile car at FIRESTONE End gallon water system tank. nlf Roping 4pm. every I ELDERLY WOMAN: wishes to ture openings for the follow

: Starke New Home : y This The Jill Pay Of hard steering arvj.:! vibration $25: 300 gallon fuel and I Snlu.'< 1188i"3TlalFFrHVTTY.. I II I with a wheel balance at I & Die :Makers.; Draftsman
U Minimi. A. 1) storage' tank. $33: 6 horeWbaid timer! events 2pm every home as soon as possible. Live ,

I I II Home SitesAVAILABLE I FIRESTONE. Outboard motor. S43: !Sundiy' Hampton. Fla. Up; nest to Newsomea Body Shop. i iHi Aircraft Welders Aircraft As- "

: 4 The/ State of Florida I ; MAYOR 1 WANTED TO BUY -gill's Dual, niaiine plywood. hiM- way 100. See Charles Gould srmblers Sheet Metal Work-
? FOR RENT 3 bedroom era :Machinists. Air .condition-
I ATTEHT: I bicycle size 20 or 24 inches wood frame has! Hunts fOI.1nlKht Itp \
Feel Welcome and Merrill Rrtwnrd I II home 2 bath 664 N Water i ed plant. Good, starting
: It.. Our Desire To Make You I MERRILL EDWARDS. CITY Full Lake Privileges i in good condition. Call after fUhlns. all In A-I conation I I pay i

To Acquaint You With Your City. cL.titi: II Homestead Exempt- 6pm. 964-2441 U : Phone 069-1752.: Ned St Applv Elizabeth Seymour. ', PLACE FOR SALE -- 320 N.I' plus all benefits. No contract
8/. ftt H/l Coleman Oiiffla Loop. 527 (N Walnut St. Itp'; work Apply :Monday through
,. Financing Church St. Jeff Lewis Starke. i
EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE- FrUliy Piper Aircraft Corporation -
I 825
: If jrou arc new in the area, a phone 'irit-n: I Cars or truck John Bean- I Up FOR SALR 3 bedroom Mobile 2tp 8 11 |II ..Municipal Airport
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,., Notice. I" hereby gIven that! Lake Geneva Barrett precision brake equipment Home $18( cuah. nssumennvme.nt > | Vero Beach Fla. Itchy.
caQ will bring you a prompt visit I I. I.... "y I1UNSCV.. who wa convicted I of FOR SALE 1960 Bel-Air _. Call 964-7491 F.xt.120..J. FOR SALE--.AKC Poodle pup-
perfect
li. Ihot Circuit Court <>.t I iI assures you HT. AT. < FOR SALE 1957 Ford good
I (lucy red 2 door. Ph. 533-2471. Itchg :
front local hostess. Please give Fi.inltMn" ('.otnly, Flnrlda, at brake operation. Drum ani:) \ Excellent ItpI '! second car or fishing1 car. Call
your WW. R&H.
I the Fall term thereof. A. U Trailer Sales shoe grinding to fit wlthou1 con-I I ____ __ ) I
Call 964-9089: after 3.30.: or 964'S651
offense. of .Manuher dition $600 cash ,. her a call! She has maps and many .1857!- of the will apply for clem I breaking! It. Bonded:! or riveted I 2764 :3!tr n Bit SLIM 1-Have VI<1I11Ilner. wUl']'II I FOR SALEMilk cow. Ph. \ dally tf chg

..n.'" to the S.t.t Board nl On Route 100, On* Mile BE: Hnlngs. Complete check of hindle sports car AdjustI 78.-376S. Itchgi

: fre and wonderful gifts for you I Pardon Tolla h.**".. Florida Keystone: IIHpht I hydraulic and mechanical HFI1ABIE Baby Sitter neel-I able runways allow us to WILL CARE FOR children! in

local at Itin' ...t reviilAr' meeting. Open Sun. & Evening I system. Same : businesses. Leroy F";0 ev
from (Applicant) .,| For tDpolntment call FIRE 3058 Must be over 18. Piti widths Come in fir( an alignment rent. Nice location. Ph. 1Jcj- Ph. 964-6733. 615 E. Washing

'I j t 4 2t /ll I 8TONE.; I i time work. Itchg check. FIRESTONE, 4711. Itch? ton St. 3tp 8, 18MOF.

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STARK FLORID THt'RSIJVV. ,Xt'CI'ST .1 I, tl (tIT"

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!I FARMER'SAlthough DIARY


CzuESS opening prices ut J south the rolling: citrus coun-

1 the toOucco market hit .. I try There Is swimming in
high of 75 tents n pound ( r luki', ", ponds, rivers the
"" '-' rr the average vuwi just below (f I ocean and the Gulf not to
70 o-nts and the volume was mention all the natural
1 lJlN'f li Y I I
r+ low as many growers with- j springs which provide
held their offerings until a I I sparkling clear water for
I price pattern is established bathing
II Harvesting is being delayed ,I '
I
and on a swing around the I As far as Sam Is concerned -
tobacco belt we saw many i though the water In the
plantings which have yet to I I springs It too cold for his old
I Sam McGarvey:
By
be cropped and cuied I bag or bones. One time ha
t dived Into Poe Springs when

,, r n I I The last thing we need these "short cut" and as usual it the (outshle temperature was
r days U rain but still It keep. 'turned out to be the Ions In the 90's. and when he hit
: pouting' down. and our drIve- 'way home! Trouble was., w" that 70 degree water he
way Is getting mighty like a went north from Cross City, I thought t fur an Instant ha
I i. fish pond. The bays and hoping to get on SR-238 t.) I was' being dipped :Tor deepfreeze -

: ponds' are filled, the streamsare High Springs: but the road !.
flowing and all. It takes. was closed and we had to go .

is a big black cloud to appear all Ueay to Branford to By contrast as far as he's
and the roads 'let f'ooded., cross the Suwannee tontrTU'd. the water at
; .
r. Klnxsley I Lake and the oth-
'J. Took a tip down to Shir- Out at Shlred Isatid: Alice ers In tills area, Is, Just about
., ed Island, which Is on the I spotted an old shell mound, perfect. It Is cool enough/ to
The Chamber Gone Oulf just south of Hoc'sesho* which may have been made be refreshing, and pleuantso
rt Beach There are plc..lc facilities by Indians and by the time that you can flounder
11) ate, and for fisher- the youngsters/ staying with around for hours in It, with-
But The Sign Lingers OnWe men and! boating enthusiasts, us got through the car Wild out turning as blue as the
I (II /r/,, a boat ramp at a fish camp loaded with shells and odd i claws of a retired crab.
.
The water there Is very shallow bits of marine like including( .
hadn't noticed it until someone It is easy to understand why the' though and at the time old crab claws snails and a Ne\'PI"th..less. one of the

called our attention to itbut, sure defunct arid misleading sign has been of our visit it was rolled up hermit crab in a conch| and prettiest stunts\ we've seen In
enough there it is, in all its weather- overlooked in the hurry and flurry of by an offshore wind and smelled like a bait house on Florida is Juniper Springs,

beaten "glory" remodeling and moving into the cham- I muddy as the MississippI. a hot day. and (for those who have
.
A sign inviting tourists and other ber's new home, but now that the seen It yet It la well worth
travelers to stop at the StarkeBradford move has been accomplished, it is time Wen by way of Oalnesvlli Our place is ideally located the trip [It's near Silver

County !Chamber of Commerce.And for someone to wangle a can of paint *. then SR-28 through for trips. and there is prac- Springs I. All In all we'd say
Newberry and Trenton, tically end to the that this ctlO1Is
no placesof general s
where is the sign ? and remove once and for all, the last
crossed the Suwannee at Old! interest with the Okefen- rich In places to visit and
On the north end of the building trace of the chamber from its former
Town, and at Cross City okee at the north the ocean enjoy and there's practicallyno
which housed the Chamber of Com- location. turned left out to the Gulf. and St Johns to the east end of the number of
mence before it moved to attractivenew And while we're on the subject of SLEEPING BEAUTY On the way back we took a the Gulf to the west, and 1 trips that can be taken.

quarters on Call Street. signs! how about an attractive di-
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And what is now occupying the rectional sign or two on U.S. 301 pointing .
north end of said ? to the chamber's home which t ? 1
building
new ; FROM OUR 'tYinm. 'orvu }vocals'!t s'+ r .J } p
A pool hall, no less is a couple of blocks removed from NEWS And NOTES ;
''
Imagine the surprise and chagrinof our main artery of travel ? Such signs, FILES

the weary traveler who accepts the if attractive enough and placed in For Today's Homemakers it

invitation of the weatherbeaten sign /strategic: positions, should assist tourists -

and steps inside the only open door i and other visitors who would like By Martha Sue McCain 0

he sees, to find himself surrounded bya to take advantage of the chamber's\
County Extension ,. THE STA11KE FIBRE
group of cue-wielding teenagers. many services.
Home Economics Agent COMPANY:
I A New Industry Successfully 4
bUrtrtl In This City

City Planning Is Good Business"As I WADING POOL, NEEDS little muddy feet' and breezes June[ Zl, 1900]
MIDSUMMER: SUDSING that deposit leaves and soil, The proposed palmetto fibre
Have you taken a close Nothing Is healthier or more inctorv, mention of
downtown goes, so goes the "Urban Renewal Programs Discussed look, at the children's backyard welcome to youngsters thana which was made In The I
rest of the city because the health of At Palatka Meet." wading pool lately? patch of water they can Telegraph a short time ago F r
Just about this time of sum- splasn In but It must be kept Is now a reality and the
the over-all community is related to r
in _
These are just a few of many recent clean pleasant hum of Its machinery _-I
the central business district'These mer it probably needs a good reasonably
months. sudsl nil. Even though you Most backyard pools of the- !i. heard In our town
were the words of an officialof Starke will soon have the opportunity started the season with a I I popular: plastic type are easy A company icn- manufac-
the Athens, Ga. Chamber of Com- to join the growing number of clean pool then came the to drain and scrub You can tuilns!: flble fror.. the leavesof
merce in commenting on efforts of Florida towns that do not intend to I either turn them over and the saw palmetto has been
leaders of his community to remodelits sit idly by while their central busi- tip them out, or use the con- formed by some of our enterprising -

central business district, plagued ness district the very heart of the I venient built-in drains Swishup citizens with Capt.F. bUT OF THE PAST
or detergentsuds O Miller as general manager -
hot soap
of
with ills not unlike those many community-slowly disintegrates.This I
In a pall and use a and a duplex Bishop
downtown areas in cities all over the opportunity will present itselfin lathered brush to get off fibre machine has been Installed \Vlio ri-iiienilnTH. when Hampton'. business district! looked. like this. Charles.

U.S.The the form of u referendum held in slimy film Then rinse witha in the upper story of Manlra; brought' In this. old postcard MOIIIM time ago, showing IlKmipton'tt. mala street
illness? "What has happenedto connection with the regular September hose The pool will\ be J. O Alvarez's: ginnery\ the ((.Nuvurra Ave.) looking north. The frame building at left", housed. .a drug tore,
Athens is taking placein July 21, 1980 and more Inviting gin engine furnishing the
downtown City Election. A favorable vote much safer and the large building irt right In' the old Hiunpton Hotel, a popular' stopping oft
cities and towns all over the country Act Dour Mr Matthews: for the children. power.
1965 Legislative
will implement a place for IratHIng. ,, men"' hull a century ago.
The
for need
have subscribed pools machine for
!
I Family-sized fibre
, ," the chamber officials /aaid.: "Au- authorizing the City of Starke to participate The
for more years Inspection be- Capt -
tomobiles haven't enough room to Telegraph} even closer which\ by the way
t in urban renewal programs. than most of your readers cause more people use them. Miller It the state agent-
suburbs
park ; business is moving to the Such programs of course, should be and have always found th,' Grime that settles along the can oecortloate from eight to I

shopping centers are growing, preceded by long range planning, and paper interesting though 1 edge Is distasteful and ten tout of leaves a day Th For thatWONDERFUL
and new commercial streets are de-" Federal funds would be available for am many miles from StarkeI makes you feel that water green leaves are used and the
veloping away from the original city. grant after the referendumis have had connectionwith Itset. Is not clean. So main- step from the raw materialto
planning FLINOyear (
a
The remedy? It was decided to in September.The Florida since 1910 whenI tain high! outdoor cleanliness the finished product Is avery
passed some time down as you do In- for the fibre
spent standards Just short one
this
in
"doctor" case, '
consult the need for planning the future there I still have a picture doors. You wouldn't leave a come out of the machineready '
the town's only architect lie was of our city is all too obvious. Planning I I of what was said to be the ring in the bathtub, would for drying and baling 'round.

asked to investigate and to recom- means thinking ahead. Planning is an first hanging of a Negro In you? Th" dry fibre has a soft
mend solutions. The resulting dia- approach rational and systematic I Bradford County for the' MAIN: DISH SALAD but oocullarly crisp, springy

grams maps, and drawings show the approach toward developing and main-: shootng and killing of a dep- Raisin and salmon are feel vhen pressed! In the
new Athens-a beautiful and exciting uty sheriff. plentiful They combine well hnn-i, end Is for this reason
place with a tree-lined shopping taining a guide for the future economic of- I remember it well. and it In tills;. main dish salad whichIs wel adapted for the stuffing ....

streets plazas green parks, and pedestrian social, and physical development was back In 1914 In Starke. thrifty and easy to make of mattresses cushions railway i
the growing urban area. It seemed that most of the Mix 1 cup diced raw apples car seats horse collars
malls.: Planning takes into considerationthe \ people In Bradford County with one-half cup celery Add etc and It Is strong enough I
One of the study group said: "We entire picture-not just the com- turned out to witness the execution one-fourth cup of raisins to he spun Into cord! formatting I ,
are trying to bring people into the It seeks to establish It was far from and one 7 and threefourthsounce and! chair bottoms: I
I center of town unfold the city to ponent parts. the I pleasant and I left early can of salmon broken It also fills the place of excelsior ,
them as they approach, and make it realistic goals, and then .provides through the crowd. Then. into chunks. rOt her fish for all pin poses, n
tools for doing the job. Planning suddenly a heavy nana waslaid meat or poultry may be sub has the< pleasant smell of
visually)] satisfying. strives to promote and achieve realistic on my shoulder. I turn- stituted but salmon Is plen- new-mown hay. What littlewaste
The new downtown Athens would objectives for the sound and orderly ed around and came face to tiful now,1 Moisten with tar comes out of the machine t'u
have variety and contrast quiet development of all elements of our face with an official whose frenc'T: drf'sRlnor/! mayonnaise makes excellent stable ..
parks an exciting expanse of plaza physical environment. cap bore the insignia. and serve In lettuce bedd'ng

the physically intense area of the mall Planning for the future growth and "CHIEF" He and was asked the chiefof me f-ups Four servings. I MAry people! watch theprocl"s" .'
police
with shoppers, and the gaiety of a business CHEESEFor I daily and are pleased
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development of Starke is good : "Who are you'! .
desserts orlna'k, I with the results There Is no
bazaar. because it permits savings which I told him that I was a serve cheddar cheese with fear of over-production as j 0? y.y > ; a) ti
1tre
What methods can be employed to Colonel Peek. wfe Ms
thus friend of
be other projects, /
spent on
can tart apples or melon slices I the fibre can be sold as soonas l
bring all this about? Such through whom I had bought
getting more for the tax dollar. For more tips on how toserve turned out The encouragement -
The architects gave the answer : savings may be realized as a result of some; land!, that I'm wot king; I I all kinds of cheese, and the factory needs Is
and! dealing I
urban renewal. advanced acquisition of land for pub- "\VtI1: ," he said "there are I how to cook with cheese request in the shape of raw material

Many cities are doing a tremendous lic purposes, eliminating conflictingand pickpockets around: here and from this office,I -upon this. particular hinges Butt I
"Che sp. In Family Meals. I life of the Industry!
amount of civic remodeling through uneconomical land uses, constructing : I I thought you might be one\ the

this means. It is much easier than projects in advance of apparent of them" for I was quite a f CARD OF THINKSWe \ for the green price leaves the company$2 cash pays a I

formerly, because spot urban renewalis need, but in time to meet the need stranger there. ton delivered snouia insure.
now possible, renewing as little as and eliminating duplication of com I "ipposp that this chief wish to thank our many \ a plentiful! supply. In fact.
a single block rather than a vast area. munity facilities.If ""s long since gone to his lastIng the- I friends and neighbors\ for the ,)I here Is a good chance for
rest for this was kindness and sympathy shown
Contrary to popular belief, a recent'survey such a plan had been formulated year 1914. I wonder If any- tout during our recent! be-I I many, both in town to and make the f
surrounding country ... _.
disclosed that urban renewalis and put into effect years ago-as it one of you remember this reavetment. Such kindnessesand o- -
even more popular in small towns should have been- the present impasse happening that far back? neighborly thoughtfulness! some money.
\ is plentiful anywhere -
With acknowledgement of can never be forg-otten. The Palmetto Flameless electric Keversc-Cycle air conditioning
than it is in big cities. The survey over location of the proposednew /! In lhLsectlon and
past favors and with best family of Hal Thomas Law-
revealed that eighty per cent of par- Bradford County courthouse wishes' I remain. I loon can be gathered by childrenas 'round FLimeh-sa] electricity eliminates fumes amok
j 1I. A million Floridians are enjoying year .
ticipating localities had populations of could have been avoided. A suitable welt as by grown-up folks.
50,000 or less and nearly a fourth of tract of lAnd'might; have already been OU'.t.Sincerely E Swanstrom yours. f comfort because it Is the safest, cleanest t. Hoot and odors.

these were communities of less than acquired for this purpose, and we 7809 Morgan Ave. So. Plastic Notebook '''.150 at the\'A riiixnlnVil' Ail In the TELE- cheapest way to cool and heat their homes. It costs HO little that the heating feature ia

, 10,000. would have known where the court- Minneapolis Minn. 55421: TELEGRAPH. r.IUPH bring remi-rt. Gives you constantly freshened, filtered air practically a free bonus. Yes, it'. cheaper togo <

I. Headlines are telling the story of house should be placed in order: to fit ...in a quieter, more healthful home! ALL-electric SNI Isa\' nStwo11e uP 111
the program's popularity in Florida : into a coordinated, integrated plan for than to Use .t'in
unit and the extra combination with SIJI dwt sxndaaSlun s ;
One
the benefit of the community and the compact saves space "
New Look New oRiD4
Lease"Ybor City Gets urban people it will serve. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH cost of separate cooling and heating systems. flame-type! fuels.w..wrsrrs.s..e'
On Life" (through renewal -

i )) Thebroad objective of planning is ESTABLISHED 1879E. See your electric air-conditioning contractor or appliance dealer today

"Daytona Lets Urban Renewal Con- to further the welfare of the people of N Acrwe -

tract." Starke and Bradford County by help y MATTMews, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER

"Gainesville Board Approves Work- ing to create an increasingly better, 'Q 1946 ) FLOIDA'' OLDMT WEEKLY NEW.F A PC" PUBLISHED Con-

able Program" (a prerequisite for urban more healthful, convenient, efficient ,TiON TINUOUSLV UNDER THe SAM. [ MASTHEAD.. .

renewal) and attractive environment. This is
"Planner Supports Move To Buy PUBLISHED EACH THUMBOAV AND ENTERED. A. SECOND CLASS. MATTER AT THPo "":
just one of the opportunities that
Tracts To Build 'r OFFICE AT TA"KII. FLA UNDO ACT Or. MARCH.. a. IBT'
Downtown
Parking will be offered to citizens of Starke in FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Areas" (at Mount Dora). the referendum of September 13. IN THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $350 _ SIX MONTHS $20J( HCLPIN9 alllADfLORIDA
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA OND YEAR 1100 _ SIX MONTHS 1223 I
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Tide Detergent 69, 8 i RppoRISMA uce. 71./ I I ItEGULAR.

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Coffee 69 NO. 2 THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED

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Loaf Bread 29x Hard Rolls 25 Tuna FishSI. 4/1./ Gold Corn 6/1./ cl

LAND O' SUNSHINE '. REGULAR 2/394 *303 THRIFTY MAID REG. 2/35 *303 THRIFTY /MAID 3sv. OR LG.Tomatoes .

:: B U T TE R REGULAR Sl.l. *303 THRIFTY MAID GREEN 6/1./ REGULAR Swt.6/SI 1.:. 3Q3 Peas THRIFTY MAID 71./ p

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(I Lima Beans 61./ Potatoes 41./

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Crab Meat 98 Baked Ham 59
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FAOF TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEORAPIT. STARED P'LORLD.\ Tln-n!lDA"'. AUGUST!' t, 1988CLAY
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rich and children spent Sunday God comfort. each in his sor- noon for a week on Swan Lake............. ......... ;, : '
ayl"iSAYEgT
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In Brooker with Mr. and Mr. and Mr!!. Howard Register I
.i HILLBy Mrs. Wayne Parrlsh and row.Mr.. and! Mrn. Franklin Klt- l and children of Lake 1 t

family and Mr. and Mrs. Allen ler of Lake Charles, La., for City visited her parents. Jfr.' LAWTEYBy \ ,
Mr. Howard F dfctPb Crews and son. Mark, merly of Lake Butler, announce and Mrs. Earl Dobbs) Tuesday 1
the 'arrival of a daughter .! night Eni Blanchard
.n. ZS9-4132 Crews returned home to: '
r.YV.................. spend a few days with Greg Rachael Ann, July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Caaon
and Stephanie. Ernest Freeman of Jackson and children of Jacksonville AA4AA..A.A..6.CIIURCII .

We were happy to welcome Otis! Padgett Is a patientIn ville and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mrs Nolle Cason and Mrs. ACTIVITIESGrace I i1
one of our former pastors', Duval Medical Center Jones and family of Starke Oaklee Altman were Sunday Methodist: Sundav
Rev W. D. Jones of Green Mrs. Mary Etta Michaelwas visited Mrs Mary Freeman luncheon) \, guests of Mra. Cua- School 9:43: a.m., Worship Mjm. z
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Cove Springs to the Clay moved to Baptist Hospital Saturday. sic Alvarez and family. and 8 p.m., Prayer Circle i
Our deepest sympathy to Mra. Jack Crawford of Law- d"lfteSataltT
Hill Baptist Church Sunday from St. Vincent's Monday 9 a.m. MYF Wednesday )
the Kittlcr family on the loss tey visited her daughter and
night He brought a wonderful where she will undergo surgery 8 p.m. Vacation Bible
message. Our pastor was Wednesday morning fora of Lonzo Kittler Jr., who passed family, Mr. and Mrs .ltyra\ School began Tuesday 0 a.m. ''

called to Evergreen BaptistChurch heart condition. May the away Tuesday. Among McRae Saturday.: First Baptist: Sunday School
those who attended the funeral Mrs Mary Freeman had as
; for a Sunday night Lord richly bless her. 10 a.m., Worship 11 am. and
service Brother ,Jones Is well were Mr, and and Mrs. guests Sunday her daughter, 8 p.m., Training Union 7 p.m.
and
Mr. Mrs. Pad-
Hardy Cecil Franklin Kltt. Thomas and friends
Wilson :Mrs Alzy Midweek
services
loved by everyone and we gett spent Sunday with their ler, Ernest and Edward Addi- Mr. and :Mrs:\. Bob Kirby: of 8 a.m.Rev.. Wednesday
welcome him back anytime. daughter and son-in-law, son and MINa Joan Gordon. Hawthorne, a daughter-in- Leon Frost lar !
Baldwin
and family reported of
Our pastor Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell law, Mrs. Theme Freeman and was
wonderfultime guest speaker Sunday
having a
of Lawtey. Jr. and sons of Sorrento visit- daughter Jenny, of McJroae.\!
morning and evening.:
In the mountains on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad- ed her parents Mr. and Mrs Edward Addison:: and'Wood.row Rev. and Mrs. Frost and
their vacation. gett !and sons visited Mr. and Earl Dobbs last week. Kittler returned home their children
dinnergue.sts
The Rev. Cole of Jacksonville Mrs. P. L Williamson\ and Mrs. Bertlce Jones and Tuesday from Lake Charles, were

was called to pastor the Barbara In Green Cove daughters, Sylvia and Patsy, La. They were accompanied Mien of Elizabeth Mrs. Joyce Terry Futchand ut QeiN

Clay Hill Holiness for a year. Springs Saturday. were accompanied by their home ,by Franklin Kittler whoIs I the home of the latter.
Next Sunday will be his first Donald Whitehead of Max- aunt Mrs. Bertha Connell, on visiting Mra.\ Inez Church of Cod: Sunday

sermon vllle spent Sunday afternoon a weekend trip to the mountains. Friends of Lawtey ddlson'l School 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.
The Ladles of the Long- with Terrell and Darrell On the way home they will regret to learn m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday -
branch Church entertainedwith Padgett.Mr. stopped by Atlanta, Ga. and is a patient in King Memorial 7:30: p.m. Prayer
a stork shower for Mrs. and Mrs. Mlllard\ Har- visited. relatives.Mr. Hospital in Lake Butler. We meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. Vacation t
Katherine Carter of Clay Hill ris and son of Maxvllle have and Mrs. Raymond Kite all pray that he has\ a speedy Bible School began

last Friday night. Cake and purchased a new house trailer and family of Tampa are visit recovery. Monday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
soft drinks were served to and moved it next to Mrs. I ing: Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kitt Cecil Dobbs and family of Highland Baptist Sunday
the fifteen ladles present Harris' mother. Mrs. Ella I ler and family this week. Cocoa visited their uncle and School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11
after Mrs. Carter opened her Carter In Clay Hill. I Mrs. Cassle Mae Alvarez family, the Earl Dobbs. a.m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer
many lovely gifts. Louie Carter returned and daughters Mary, Martha (Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Wllker- Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
PERSONALSMr home Tuesday from the; and Jo recently returned froma eon and fa.m.ilyhad: as- Sunday Choir practice Saturday 7:30:
and Mrs. Robert Bax- Bradford County Hospital.I trip down state. They met guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil\ r
ley and family of Doctors We wish him a speedy recovery Mrs. Priester and Mrs. Alt- Crawford of Hedlbronn Springs, I p.m.Johnny Torode and Steve
Inlet and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I man in Lakeland and all returned Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cawthorneand Smith of Starke and Charles,
Wilkinson of Lawtey visitedMr. Cole Chesser of Mlddleburgis together. family, of Holt, :Mr. and Smith of Lawtey spent the

and Mrs. Hardy Padgett spending a few days with Airs. Mary Frances Conner AIrs..J. L. ',Wilkeraon,andfamr.':. week camping In. the Ocala
Starke sAd MrT "aiid
Saturday. fly of scrub.
of Jacksonville visited her
his uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Wilbur Padgett will leave Mrs Hiram Padgett.RAIFORD. father Lawtey Crews in the :Mrs. Michael Dobbs and fam Mrs. :Joyce Patch has returned -
Tuesday for the Marine BaseIn Lake Butler Hospital Sunday. ily. from a week in Black

Parris Island. S. C. YY YYYYYYYYYYY9YY, Jack Addison of Jacksonville There will be a youth meeting Mountain, N. C. with her sons THOUSAND! DOLLAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Par- I visited his family here at Raiford Blrst' Baptist and daughters-in-law Sir and )"t x5644
rlsh and family visited Mr. during the weekend. 1 Church Friday night at 745.: Mrs. Ralph Futch and :Mr. ,
and Mrs. Tommy Barton and A film "Teenage Witness" will and Mrs. Terry Futch.
:\Ire. Mildred Mrs.
Priester
children In Macclenny Fri. be shown. All youths' invited. Ryan Williamson of Macclenny -
day afternoon.Mrs. By Mrs. Earl Dobbs Oaklee Altman and Mrs. No- spent the week with
Phone 498-3601 lie Cason visited Mrs. Cason's his cousin Joey Bennett.
Jennie Green of Doctors -
..IAAA1a.u.1A.AAA.AA11Our sister Mrs. Annie Prescott, in I A Savings Bond registeredIn Pamela Tye spent the post
Inlet Sundaythrough
spent with her I Lakeland last week. 1 co-owner form becomes three weeks with her (,cousin
Wednesday community was deeply
daughter and son-ln-Ia saddened this weekend by the Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kitt. the sole and abllOlute'prop Terry Roberts, In Jacksonville.Mr. WllIIJE.Y
Mr and Mrs. Homer Padgettand death of a former resident j ler and son, Woodrow and erty of the surviving co- and Mrs H.1.. Man
family.Mr I and well loved friend Elwood : :\11'. and Mrs. Raymond Kite owner in the event of. the ning of Hampton were Visiting -
I Orlando. and family left Monday after- death of the owner. "'-II'. and Mrs M. L. Turner .
and Mrs. William Par- Tompkins of May Sunday.
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: Douglas (Buddy) Thomas
and family of Jacksonville

I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY' Wainwright visited Mr., Elojie and Mrs.and Walne James

over the weekend. 26 78 43'

Tallahasee Miss Mary was Julia n Futch weekend of ;

visitor of her mother Mrs. -

Air Conditioning-Heating I Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment I Joyce Futch. It
Miss Debbie Fossic of Miami -
RUSS PIKER POWELL'S is spending the Bummer
Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office with :Miss. Glenda!. Starling.
Authorized Alrtemp
Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable L. L. Wainwright of Tallahassee -
Heating & Air Condlttunlng
a Professlom In Your Address For Ladles EQUIPMENTSmlth.Corona.Autholilze4 was visiting(: his parents
SHEET METAL Spare Time. Full or Part Time Mr. ,and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright -
B ldenlal Commercial DRESSES-StJIT8-COATS Sunday.Mr. 70. 51 81 87

Industrial DAY & EVENING CLASSES MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES Clary-Victor Dealer-ToUlU and t Mrs. D. E. Nolan of 95I
gales! -Installation-S ervlc Low Tuition Term Jacksonville have announcedthe
2702 N.E. 19th Or. 218 N.W, 10th Ave. Adding Machines., Calculator arrival of a daughter al

Gainesville 372.0714 7 W University, Gainesville 31. Maternal grandparents are
SAVE TIME' Discuss yovi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Duck. I
CHAIN SAWS '
MOBILE HOMES requirement with ua first. Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs.
AUTO SALES&SERVICEJEEP Lola Carter were visiting Miss
A. & J. Saw 629 N. Main St. Gainesville Debby Phillips In Mac-clenny I
MUSTANG fbono 37.->55U -
. on Friday.
Family\ of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co. Mobile Homes Inc. Mrs. W. O. Rhoden of Ocala 14 23c 55 96

Joe Anderson Mzr.Homellte was a weekend visitor of her
RAMBLERAmerica's PAINT A 'GLASSLiddell brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Finest Economy Car Chain Saw Gainesville's Discount Mobile and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright
Home Sales Lot. .
SERVICE SALES SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Perser and ,
SALES AND Volume purchases for our en- Paint & +...,
son, Eric, and <(Mrs. Patsy
Repairs & Parts All Makes .
tire chain guarantees savings 'xx.
Denise and Lisa
Glass Co. Warters
Motor Co. TRACTOR f
Ridgway GRAVELY dollarson
of many hundreds of spent Sunday with the Wain- n
SALES & SERVICE the quality home of your
KYANIZE FAINTS wrights Mrs. Perser Is also a
1132 S. Main 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville choice. sister of Mrs. Wainwright. ,
Gainesville 372-8433 Phone 372.3588 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North GUsa-Mlrrors-SUdlng; Door- Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. O. V A 4 y
Gainesville 378-1348 Enclosures-Shower, Doors Mrs Hester .
Just Off Waldo Road Tub :J Anders and lA s lYk. k
-WindowaAwnlngCarpetWallpaperStorefront Hicks were visiting in Jacksonville ;
B & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE. CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST MotorcyclesScooter.Streit's Friday, t ft Ay I
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Consultation.J Mrs. A. C. Pearce accompanied 1' I
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SALES te SERVICEFine THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop her daughter-in-law Mrs. !

Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE HONDA MOTORCYCLES 116 N.W. Sixteenth St. VVailen Sapp and Leslie to MRS. VONICE PITTMAN W. L. MESSNEK, SHIRLEY MORRIS MRS. ROSE SMITH I

Taken On Cadillac Trades THE BEST FROMEdward's Cushman! & Vespa Scooter GAINESVILLE! 872-81 Ocala Friday where they visited WoycroK, Georgia' Orlando, Florida* Bay Florida Daytam Beach Fl...
relatives. Mrs. Annie Stevens
2011 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Building DucatlBSAZundappMotorcyclesSales of Jacksonville was also

pnONE 37S-7J13 Supply Inc. 5c Service one of the party. 39MRS. I
73192
SIGNSWILLIAMS 5 66
I SCHWINN BICYCLES Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ches!
726 S. Main372.4844OAINPBVI Locksmith & Safe Work I ser and children of Gainesville.
Pinna Performance 818 W. University Ave. Neon Signs Inc. pent Sunday with her parents .
,
SAAB L.E. FLA Galneoville 376.7781MOTORCYCLES Mr. and Mrs H. C. Har-

1 -Sign Vp Wlt. WUMaW ley.
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC \ Mr.[ and Mrs. C. M. Thomp-
ALJDS AND BERVICRU.EAN PLASTIC-NEON SBION3! Bon of Jacksonville were Sat

USED CARS THECYCLE 8a1.8errice.MaJntnmrectkm.AlttloM urday overnight guests! of Mr. THE LATEST ,

1AS1 8. Main GalnMvillc I Motor Repair Co.Of SHOP "Your Dofllgnoj or Ovra and family.Mra.They Marvin all went Rosier to Ocala and $100.VINNERS WOO. WINNERS

GarineavlUe, me.RepalringRewtnding. NORTON BULTACO Sunday and visited Mrs.

Phone 378-2138 DUCATI BRIDGE.ITONZMOTDRCypLBS 2720 Gainesville N.E. 20th Way. Thompson's sister, Mrs A. N. MRS. HENRY 1. MclNVAlE, Orl., Fla. FLORENCE E. McKINNEY Gainesv., Fla. MRS. VONICE PITTMAN Waycroit, G..

New and Used Day ST3-6004 Mite 3T4-RM4 Brass.Mr.. and Mrs Joe Lane/ and MRS.MARVIN MERLE LASHLEY BISHOP Joe' Florida City Flo. ROSE SMITH, Daytona Beach, Fla KENT DE MOND, Kissimmee Fla.

Pontiac Sun- In.Dubli MRS. ALAN HINKSON, Titusville, Florida MRS. FRED B. NEWTON P'F',
Tropical WORK GUARANTEED Complete Service & Part family of Deland were : JAMES R. LOFTIS JR. n, Ga. orl.
(\iy guests of her mother, Mrs. LOUIS L. McKEE Ferno. Beach Fla.RUTH STONE, Orlando, Florida MRS. J. L. NICHOLS Jax Florida
Inc. 1030 S. Main Galnesvlll New & Used machines In stock TILES & PAINT Selma Eunice, and other relative.s. -
Easy Financing Term --- : I' ANN LONG, Joe. Fla.' REV. R, O. BRIOGHAM Jax, Fla. CATHIRINE GRAVEN, Jax, Florida

TRUCK OMC CENTER Phone 372-8318 Available Vans and Owen Rosier of ANNIE MAE EVINS. Douglas Ga. MRS. SHIRLEY MORRIS Palm Bay Fla. CLYDE W. RILEY. Monticello, Fla.
TILE:
FUTNTKOTB I MRS. W. A. BUSH Jas, Fla.
PONTIAC FARM EQUIPMENT 824 N.W. 8th Ave I Bratt visited :III'. and Mrs. Ray DIXIE STEILING Merrill ,If., Fla. J. W CAMPBELL Savanna, Ga. MARION W. JOHNSON, Cocoa Bch., Fla.
Vinyl-Vinyl <*+bestea Rosier during the week. : CURTIS M. DuPREE Tallahassee Fla. BERNARD L. JOHNSON
220 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-3660 DIANNE COLEY:Orlando, Fla. Fer. Bch., Fla.

372-2583 Santa Fe Tractor Floor Finishing Products James Shuford of Soxe Va., I MOLLY P. MILLER Ja., Fla.' WILLIAM L. MESSNER, Orlando, Fta. MRS. ROSE TOMLINSON, Srork., Florida
and daughter of Chase
;MOVERS City.
MRS. ERNEST W. Be. Fla. MRS. E. S. McCALL Sanford Florida JOSEPHINE VAN
CRANELLw1COLNMERCVRT DCRAHTK PAINT- Va., and Mrs. John Wright, of BLACK Nep. HOSEN, Jax, Fla.
Inc. Long Distance Moving Tampa were visiting Mr. and I I ELEANORE C. TAYLOR. ins, Fla. LINDA GAIL HENRY, Quincy FlaBETTY HUNTER, Doyt. Beach. Fla. I

FORD Local Drayage GYM FINISH Mrs. Charles Shuford the first : MARY BLOCHER Orlando, Fla. MRS. J. 0. FREYER, Titusville, Fla. '
Authorized Sales A Service of the week. KATHERINE HENSLEY, Orlando' F''.,
Storage PaeklngaUn&( i
&M S. University Oalneavllle Farm Tractors A ImplementsFord Tenney Tile & Paint Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tison of MRS. JOHN V. PYLE Melbourne, Fla.
Phone 372-4251 Industrial Machinery Shipping Jacksonville were visiting her W.C.BROWN.Thomalyille.Geort'nLJLI'
Crane's Import FREE: ESTIMATES CALL 2222 N.W. l\h St. nephew and niece Mr. and DAVID ROTHSTEIN. Jo., Fla. .700 MUSTANG WANEKSIDA
Drive
LANDROVER 4 Wheel 878-1392 Mra. E. J. Rauleraon duringthe MRS. GILBERT D. MILLS, J...., Fla. J
Volvo FIAT-HILLMAN(Mercedes-Benz) I SALES, PARTS, SERVICE HILL'S MOVING Gainesville weekd. MRS. E. W. HARRIS Windarmera Fla. HARDISON L. C. BECK MRS. B. F.'.JAYLOR

4488 N.W Sixth Gainesville HELEN L. PUCKETT MaiMand. Florida Jacksonville, Fla. Orlando Florida Podorka, FloridaPREAM
2201 N. Main Gainesville I & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL MRS. CARL S. YOUNG ,Indiatantic.. Fla. \

Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2948 3940 N.E. Waldo ltd. MRS. WILLIAM. G. PAYNE, Defand' Fla.
Gainesville 372-4271 rnMq! KATHLEEN J. ADAMS, ,In.. Ho,. Be.. Fla. TRIP WINNERS
I OARDEN SUPPLIES House oF Travel 1. l t taI'f'[' : MRS. ROY MAHAFFEY Gainesville, Fla.
AUTO SALVAGE MUSIC INC. ; WILLIAM' T. BUCH NAN. Dublin. Ga.
COMER H. SMITH FRANK WIECZONK M. NEWBERN
Inc. MARSHALL H. DULLARD SR., Biw., Ga.
1 Johnson & Faris, LIPHAM MUSICCo. AIRLINES! W, H. SCHEFFER, lax. Fla.' j Ormond Beach, FI a. Savannah, Georgia Cocoa, Florida

Paul's Auto Salvage Complete Line aEREEDSPLANTS BTKAMflHIPfIt CAROLYN M. VAUGHN Orlando' Fla.
Inc. ft.1'
Wrecked Can At REFIR GREEN, Orlando,
We Buy
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TOP PRICES Insecticides-Pel SnppiMFERTttlZKMS VAL LIPHAM Hotels! C- Boatate! i RICHARD' L. GRAVES Fla400101' TV WINNERSFla.
I MARY. SCHUTT Apepka. Fla. I
AU Make A Model PIANOS ORGANS-DRUM Weekday 8:3: to IN: I ROSALINE. VICK, Orlando, Fla.' C. K. Yearle. Gainesville. Fla. John .

Used Part We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Guitar and AmpllferSHEEyI' 8.d.. > t. IS.3US DOROTHY E. MILLER N. Sm. Bch., Fla. J. R.hred. Star..... Fla. Mra Sam. Snyder Wacua: fla. Polly lurfor". J., Fl. \
Teletype Service-We Will. 224 N.W. 8th Avo. MUSIC AGNES NIELSEN Lonqwood, Fla. Z."o. Roberta. Tifton. G. Jana Weld, Rockl.d4.' fl. Hard Hall Seteilite .... ,...

Find Any Part 378-412 For You. 8 PHONE 372-M74)) Gainesville Shopping! Center W. University Avw.OaJneavtU ,1 f EUNICE DOROUCH Tifton Geary: Waite 1' drown, Lee. Florida N.ta Sfrsud. In. Flo. Jim. Inman. Thomaeille call.

441 Gainesville N. Past. Stock Yard- Gatnesvlli4, Fla, 372-3353: 878-1691 plus instant cash and stamp winners!

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waited until just one! the ClAY County oren the trios activities probably thinking they were customersbut the gun." Billy admits to" bo-

lock was left at the top then The three George Earl: Austin for some time to came Billy didn't answer because of ing nervous but said he K""I/I

tired three times through the 31; Mulish Clropil Tn n- who has a Bummer Job at a the Sunday closing law. the shotgun loaded. As hm

k 12'.tic door with the shogun and stall 26, and Henry Lee I Kennedy Keystone;: service station was Assuming nobody was/ at father had Instructed, Billv

once with the pistol." 32 arc all charged with loft In the family's living the bar the trio returned then stood behind the count, rand r

That's the way 17yearoldBilly attempted breaking and en- qiinrters! over the bar, to about an hour later. From an waited a.s Tunstall 'and

Bell- ended an attemptedB tering of the Blue Pines In guard against just such an upstairs window Billy saw Austin pried at the door.

& E at the Blue Pines Bar Putnam County and Are now event. The her had been bro- two of them, Tiuistall and "I waited! 'till they had! all

eight miles Southeast of Key- Jailed In Palatka under $2r>OO ken, into three weeks before Auxtln get out of ,the car the locks pried off but on" at

stone Heights on. SR-10O on a bond each( All three pleaded and $200 in whiskey stolen. carrying a gun and a pry bar. the top of the door. When" I ii I

quiet Sunday afternoon, July innocent to the cli.uge Aufllln, Kennedy Tunstill Young Bell was talking on seemed like they were .ilnio i
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21,. Bell. hit one of the three They were taken to Green sad Tunatall's wife Billy Jo the phone to a girl friend in I shot through the dour'

.; men. involved In prying open Cove Springs Tuesday to bo were staying at a rented cabin Denise DcWltt. three times with the shotgun
....J'!( a the heavy door and they fled. arraigned on another U & H at Rutledga'a Camp at Lake "I told her I had to go downstairs and once with the pistol" Billy

j All three were arrested later charge. Cl">y County shciiffa Geneva as they had, done two but we didn't hang up. recalled. The .38 caliber
:,\\ ; that day and are wanted In authorities have the trio charged other weekends when. break- She heard the shots a few pistol was kept loaded be-

I three ('ounties-AlacJ1I1a. Clay, with breaking into tho ins. also occurred In the area. minutes! later and they tell me neath the counter.

rr. "4). and Putnam In a series of home of A. E. Powell lit The three men- first came she was frightened." Billy fired at nearly pointblank -

4"y 'i break-ins and thefts. Until Change Park from which was to the Blue Pines around 2 He ran down .the stairs and range not over 10 feet

y the ran Into Billy Bed= the stolen $2,000 In. Jewelry, a TV p. n. ,that Sunday knocked on grabbed the, shotgun, a 16 from the door which was all
IM<.' ....Its' .:mL } trio operated much the sameas set. and a radio. the locked front door and left gauge pump, and loaded it that saved Tunstall's life The

Bloodstained Interior of Karl: Auttln'n car, allowing. pry-Inrr and hiinimiT. The many other thieves who But young Billy Boll who when thel'e"as" no answer. with number 6 blrdshot. first load of shot apparently
are making a practice of robbing will be a senior at Keystone\: Billy was/ upstairs, heard tho "I was afraid they mightbe
Itiilk nun uhiimloiiixl nnar the Blue Fine Bar by the wounded 1 MalhUi. TuiiHtull. (Continued: on next page)
unoccupied, lake homes in High School next yell, ended 1 knock and saw the menTHE ( able to hear me loading
Henry Kennedy, und Tun.tair" wife, Billy Jo.BRIO. .





BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Old Field Pond ProtestsPetition



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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NEW TAX ROLL .! Safecrackers Culvert Lowering

KEYSTONE DUE TUESDAYCity
Get $200

Tax Assessor! Julius State Road Department plans to lower culverts ty damage In the Hill Cre .

Hanson will present his At Pangborn'sThieves under SR-214, carrying excess water from Lake Ge- I area and necessltatlnK t tm+

HIGHLIGHTS new tax roll at the regular 1 neva into Old Field Pond, have been halted tempor- raising and rebuilding of a

meeting of the Keystone cracked" the safe at \ arily. section of Highway 100.

Hy Mary Schaeffer City Council next Tuesday the Keystone Builders Supply r Issued' letter."I Some opponents of the
stop-order
The
Phone 173-1127 night.: Hanson has said and netted approximately $200 was wish that you would apprise culvert-lowering project have

_. -- that he used County Tax Tuesday night July 26 In another as a result of a petition filed the County Commissioner termed complaints about tho

Assessor. Louise Smith's/ In a series of breakInsIn with the SRD by a dozen or of this situation and water level In Lake Geneva -
.\!, SllOUfcU: FOR residents of the Hill- high
sage and several pieces of more
1965 tax roll figures [about the area. advise me as to their feeling as "a tempest In a tea-
MISS" DECARO Corning Ware as a gift from of full value said Crest area, bordering OH I ..
65 per cent Owner D. E. Pangborn concerning this matter. pot." They say that prop <-y
Miss Loraine DeCaro her hostess as a remembrance In making his new assess! entrance was made throughthe +W f Field Pond. have stopped our maintenance damage Is negllglble and hi.

brke-clect: of Starke was of the affair. ments. rear of the store. Two Notification of the decisionto __.__ _forces n n_ temporarily until been confined to a few ne\< .

complimented with a miscel- Loraine received many After presentation of the doors; had to be pried open stop; action on culvert lowering I have further word from comers who came nand
laneous bitdal shower on other lovely gifts which were given !In a. letter
roll the Council will noti- before the safe In the front was you." built docks and other

Sunday afternoon given by displayed In the dining area fy each property owner by room of the building couldbe 'srv from J. D. Ward. SRD District -I Mrs. Lena Clemens of Hill- structures without regard; to

Mrs Walter Muhlhofer Mrs. during\ the party hours. postcard! of his new assessment. reached Engineer with the Lake Crest, who circulated the petition the high water mark

Bennie Jackson Mrs. Philip Flqral arrangements. were A tax equalization Th Clay County Sheriffs t.. \ s ," City office in a letter dated. opposing the ]lowering .
Clark, and Mrs George used In decorating points of meeting will be held later office Is still investigating the 7. "', 'j" '. tit. y July 27 to George L. Carlisle, of cluverts, said: "Old Field They say the lak's MM\ and, ,

Kaufmann. at the home of Interest, and punch and cake this month or early In September case. :.i' t., ."I. ..'.;'" : ... !- Clay County clerk of the circuit Pond has already gone over fall In cycles and I'hn i m

the iatter onV.. Lakevlew were served to the many : -" : .". ,"-..,. court.In the banks and Is up In my should be taken intoon" iteration -
onstiuetlon
before -
new :
Drive. guests who called between \\J!;. .I his letter to Carlisle yard." She added that due
.. ,.. ,rfih:1 .
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Tltd: honoree was presentedwith the ..ours of 3 and 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. William :< t"'I0"' "" '" ;"'. Is started.
In
A Ward said I am receipt to the small size of Old
a pink carnation cor- The Beam Sr. are entertaining ""' .....>> ... -' +
I guest list Included
Held .6 '.i".i. / of a petition from sev- Field, "If they lower Geneva
Mrs. Margaret DeCaro mother Negro Mrs. Beam's brother and .': <, .' 0: r ... _. J'';>
,. ,., ,- .. eral of the residents living In an Inch it raises us a foot
of the bride, and Miss, family from Miami. ', ';;;,'; .., ".. :r' Old Field that are concerned Mrs. Clemens said she did
KEYSTONE Linda Thornton of Jacksonville On Molesting Mrs. Ethel Weyman and Sit" *. .... .
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'M. about the possibility of being not care "how much water
who will be maid of Arthur Coombs have returned '. < : : If the culverts Field, just
Drive-In Theatre .. flooded! pipe they put in Old so
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visit
from weeks ,
a seven
Child
honor "
Charge ;
l' 't under State Road S-214 are they arrange to take It off.
r
and tour with relatives and .
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HORSE !SHOW; -! .
have previously under
r lowered as I She said that present
I Fri., Sat.-Aujr. 5, 6 NEXT !SATURDAY'; Willie James Byrd Key friends in their home state :("''.',.; :,..!'. Instructed our maintenance drainage conditions Old

Yo i may get your tickets stone Heights Negro was of Pennsylvania *. .. fo".:es to do. Field Pond would have to
Where The Spys for the Horse Show now at Miana Mrs. A. P Crosby. iy.la.1[. 4 J. water
before
charged. last week with lewd g "I have also received sev- rise three feet
Are the drug store, or at Hender-I I and ]lascivious behavior by former Keystoners stopped M. b. .hw eral telephone calls from would start flowing out of Its
visit with
by for a short
son's Service the Clay County Sheriff's De- their one-time neighbors Mary Ann Schaeffer Becomes Bride some of these people and one outlet.
with David Nrven from any Lion who happens partment in a case of child in particular has advised "TWs would flood us all
to have them. This the Mrs Mabel Husbands and Of Mr. In St. William's ChurchOn "
year molestation. Magann that the court order that has out again, she said. '
Mrs Olive Stevens on Lake<
Sun., Mon... Tue show will be at Dr Christ- Slwlff Jennings; Muirhee been referred to: was Issued During a wet cycle IS or
offers' Lake-Point Farms. Geneva The Crosbys had evening July, Lending the wedding procession -
Saturday 1
said Tuesday that Byrd pleaded and ago Old Field
Aug. 7, 8 9Wed. concerning his property more years
and the Is ben visiting their son John Schaerrer.I i Miss Donna Ma-
date Saturday. not guilty when arraigned 30. Miss Mary Ann was did not apply as I had prev- Pond reached flood stage
N 6Y / Aug 13 First show 1 p. m., in Green Cove Springs. Crosby Duval County engineer I daughter\ of Mr. and Mrs. gann. Junior bildc-smald: and advised in causing considerable proper- '
/ldppikadd'a iously been your
A JOHr BECK and his family, and 1
PGCTION and recond show. 7:30: p. m He is being held In the George M. Schaeffer of Keystone sister of the gloom Next was',

e e not You may purchase a ticket county jail in lieu of $1,000 were returning to their home Heights. became the the maid of honor. Miss! La-'

for one show, or one for both bond. In Kisilmmee: bride of Henry Edward vlnla Goethe of Palatka. and

shows You may save money Bernie Adams of Jacksonville Magann, Jr. son of Mr. and then the flower dlrl. Martha HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

v getting! one for both shows. drove down to the Lazy Mrs. Henry Edward Manann Jane Srhneffer. sister of the KEYSTONE

I j PERL'VIIV; MISSIONARIESAT : I Susan expecting to have n of Jacksonville, In an Inv bilde The three were dressed -

PARK-OF-THE-PAI.MS NEWS NOTESBy coffee brunch with old presalve! candlelight service. In identical empire-style\<

Rev and Mrs. Norman My- friends of his late father Father Edward Kirby performed floor-lenKth! / dresses of yellow DIRECTORY
., Thur.-Aujr. 10, 11 I Helen Fgao: Harry Adams. Finding the
dske and four daughters are the double ring c cere- satin with green velvet sashes -

> YOUR FAVORITE U.N.Ct.ir.r due to arrive this week from closed sign: on the door, he mony In St Williams Catholic and green: shoes. Theirheartplel'l'R .
J HAVE! A DATE: WITH DANGER! I II visited with Frank and Helen yellow \ell-
Lima. Peru to spend a few I Church. were( BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE STORE
.
. n r cur n..!..moncTIO, days with Mrs. Mydske's parents COMMUNITY: : CIIt'UCIlI Egan\ and on leaving, said Large baskets of white topped with a yellow satin APPLIANCES

TO TRAP !, Mr and Mrs. Henry I Officers of the Sunday I that Keystone Is still "my chrysanthemums and white rosette. Each bridesmaid Service CenterJ. THE BLUE PINES
Misses Kay T V
School honored
ASPJ .;- Flueace.! of the Villa Plum- j second home. For the oldtimers gladioli were placed In the canted a yellow rose while KEYSTONEBEAUTY

*wfHum c.--r*w> R.j osa; Rev Mydske directs Ra- I Sundcrland and Carol War-I ; along about 195354. sanctuary, and on the alter the flower" will\ had a basketof TIMES. ProprietorAuth'Izl'd Package Store &
mm MCCAUUMi COfp"R.. dio Del Paclflco, a Mlslonary ren with\ the presentation ofa Bernie was master of ceremonies were bouquets of the samofoel' white lace filled withflowers. R. SHOPEdith COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Bible at the morning wor- I
Channel 4 and ,
of
ruiuw ni n m fi
with candelabia.Mrs. Motorola Philco Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except
(Continued on next page) ship service last Sunday by I Virginia Alter was his co-
These : Kenneth Terrell solo-1 Bcv. man was the lather!' Sales and Service Johnson, Ownr Sunday
Dr Albert Holt. young .
j to have faithfully attended hostess 1st !sang four selections ac-| of the /Kinom and:! the second Service On AU Make Dance Every Saturday Night
women worked In the 1 Mayor AI Nelson appreciates companied by Mrs. Janet groomsman was David Sen TV RADIO STEREO Personal Music of Connie and
and the kind messages of
I Youth I Lamm at the organ. setter brother. of the bride COLOR TV Creative The Fireballs
I II Is Is Sunday School and I cheer from hU many friends ,
I I KAST; OF
Fellowship and assisted! in Usiprs were Jimmy Koff a Given In marriage by her Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Hair Styling 4 MILK!
and writes that he hopes to
Women's cousin of the groom of Liv' father the bride WAS beau- Kevstim Heights 473-4651 KEYSTOVK: IIF.IIIIT;
Ii projects
the Church
be home from Riverside Hospital Car
Oak and Vernon tiful In her floor length gown Individual Beauty
frdnf lifetime for the past five years I before long. O'QuInn Service REAl. ESTATE
away a Butch Martin, George Frle- of white sAtin. Features of Auto Sales! &
of
Kay is a June graduate The covered dish luncheon Every Form of Beauty Culture
i I den, and Emmitt Williams\
Bradford High School and LAKE LOTS
meeting of the Fellowship (Continued on next page' )
of Summer comfort I will enter FSU In the fall, Club will be held at 12:30: p. all of Jacksonville. SPRING MOTORSComplete Open TuM.-SaL 8-5j; Lake Geneva $:S500 ''T"" "ms)

I I Carol graduate:! In Jun m. 0.1 August 11 In the Com- Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn $3500 iT '"'
from Keystone Heights and munity Church educational I Service tt Parts. ForVOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lots $500 up 1 iT'"' lull.)
II
I will enter SJRJC this fall. building.! At the business I Keystone Height 478-4868 MORTOOE BROKKI

Dr. and Mrs. Holt left meeting President Julius A Great ) APPRAISVL SIKILRAHUM :;
I "If It's For A Volkswagen lute:
after the morning" service Hanson will announce the Electrical Sales &: ServlcYeoman'
for their vacation In Montreal appointment of the vice We Have It." Mrs. :\[. Ilgen, 4T\-1:\ *1f\
R. Lovorn ITV4: '2
N. C. president '.0 fill the unexplr- Momen oar Always Plenty of Good Used Capt.

; 13 I The Board of Trustes. ed term. Volkswagens In Stock Electrical S.E.McKay, Realtor
meets at 7:30 on Fri- _
m.
:
p.
1'.11"AI' ; Laaa.'ice and Mrs. yz KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
day, Aug. 5. The Board of Green Cove Springs 2S4-9209
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!
413-4qtl\
I Francis Egan\ attended a Phon
? Stewards will meet at 7:30: Sales & Service
I class In liquid painting at i
on Monday. Auz 8. Ci RESTAURANTSBeidler's
Floi'ahome last Tuesday : .
Dr Wilbur Bock. associate AUTO SERVICE Friffldalre Appliance
night Mrs. Roy Brides. co- 4Vashere

) pastor Evangelical of Lutheran the University Churchof chairman of tl* Bazaar, I KING'S Zenith Maytag and Motorola TVSlegler Holiday

hopes to have a special committee Heaters RestaurantUnder
will be
Gainesville guest
FEDDERSFLEXHERMETIC working on a Toyland i Service Station
7. New OwnershipGIL
preacher on Sundav. Aug.
project to which these ladlesare P. O. Box: IM Melrose
PARKDK-4:
FELLOWSHIP CLUBJulius riving; some special at I USED CARS AT Phoo 473-2171
. WHOLE-HOUSE : Hanson president! tention.MELROSE. Every parent dreams of giving his child I BARGAIN PRICES Fine Food Moderat! "' 'd.
directed the Oi>me-Fun Div OPHar 7 OAYSYFT"K'
meeting on July 28 In St. the opportunity for a higher education.The NURSERY Full Dinners T.nm'hrAla '
rvvvv.vvnVVYY Vy..vvv ELECTRICAND
l lPIZZA Is
i AIR CONDITIONING Ann's Parish House, with best way tl) make such a dream he- ACETYLENE O.C.Carnes Cartiltolian PIEy t:
Mrs Nettle Smith and Mrs. Nursery
costs less come a reality ladder to jour child's" future WELDING: BEER
goes in fast. Ethel Weyman assisting lllway IM. Florahom*-23 II'
There were 18 players in accurlty in! to open a savings' account MELROSE:: 4757131MELROSE Miles SE of starke 1 Block N"rth of Hi'7ru'RM !
T FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL bingo, with donated prizes By Sally Rothhammcr for him .NOW. Start it today. -
o and refreshments served Nursery!' Stock Thousands USED CARSWE
I during the fun time. uau.uuuauu.aua I of Plants te; Fruit

Mrs. :Marg. Tracy has returned Duplicate Bridge/ I KEYSTONE STATE BANK I i Trees to choose from.Nice HAVE O'X) >P

{ Redf/earn Appliances : tj: Keystone but a Laat week winners: tat Auto ServiceRlchal'd Shade Tree, Evergreens Used Cars and TrucksAt :

request has been made for place-- Mrs. Paley Boyd and St Landscape Planta. All Saving PHC H
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Jantt, Pro*.
"no visitors'' at present.. Mrs. I Mrs John Straw-n. 2nd place In containers plant any- We'll Get II r"r Von

1\\ 413-4252:> Edward Firth was able to attend I Mrs. B. A. Allen and Mrs., "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Former Owner J. L. Motors time. Camellia &; azaleas.Let If We Don't II.IU

church services last J. W, Foeter 3rd ptace-.-Mrs. Vernon Buff Garage
KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS. FLA. Sunday and i< getting alon! C. VV Hardy nnd Miss. Sally Community. Macclenny tea d. your landacaplag'
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Bar Robbery I Miss Schaeffer -TTTTTTTTTYTTTTTT I I sermon, "What It means to bea NEW CONGREUATIONAL Morning Worship. 11 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1
1
Christian." METHODIST REVIVAL Training Union 7 p. m. Evening .

Weds Mr. Magann MelroseFrom INDIAN BEACHLake KEYSTONE I Tuesday Helen Masters I Revival services will be held Service, 8 p. m. Rev Sunday School 10 a. m.
In Bud
Nipped HILITES I 'Circle meets at church, 9:30: I II at tne New Congregational Lacy Conway pastor. Morning Worship n a. m.
From Precedl-ia PaseJ I a.m.' Ida Darby Circle meets Methodist Church May 1 Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.

By 17YearOldFrom the gown were a rounded [ Preceding Page) ( Santa Fe) at home of Mrs. J. K, Wilson; through May 8. Rev. F. A. CHURCH! OF GOD Player Meeting 7:30: P. mWednendny. .
at 422 N. St. Clair St. Starke. Rev. W.
Circle of Savannah, Ga. ,
Lorena Epperson Stephens L.
neck long sleeves that 4th W. Mr Jack Sr.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAI.
tapered Mansfield. place-Mrs.!! F. Mlllrr Page 1
I From Preceding
.. U. each Sunday School. 10 m. Newmana, pastor.NORTIISIDE .
I Morgan the a.
Preceding! / rairv) to a point over the J. Orolick. and ;Miss Iva Hill- I home of Mrs. will bring message I

backs of the hands, and fast- yer. Radio Station in Peru spon- Sr., both at 2:30.: I night at 7:30.HEHBRONN: Worship Services 11 a. m. and BAPTIST
i1'' 'i.-h 1 Tunstall in the cheat: as Ethel and 7:30: p. m, YPE. Wednesday.
Biggs :
PERSONALS A hello sored The Evangelcal Alliance -
ened by pearl buttons. A pleasant to you all by BroWnlee'j BAPTIST Located on I
liivjis lit the door Uayieas: Highway
iiipietoly prying unaware that any- train was attached to thewaist. Mr. and Mrs. Forest E. Wilson's this week. All is right In my Mission tTEAMl] En circles Deacons meet Meeting at : Sunday School] 10 a. m. Friday 7:30: p. 7:30 m. Prayer Meeting, (tSR 2251at: ] Ralford Road I
:
house guests for several' little route to the USA the My- m. p. m.-Rev. L. S.
Her long veil was several part of the world. so
the bur. 11 m. (SR 181. Services
i was in I I School Morning Worship a. Williams : Sunday
tt i spun him around nnd. the Uurs of Illusion net, attached days were her brother and this prompts me to hope the dskes will stop for a visit to Wednesday. Sunday 6 Training Union 6:30: p. m. pastor.PENTACOSTAL School. 10 a.. m. Sunday
to a flowered crown. family Mr. and MI's. Arnold same for Rev and Mrs. Gordon: Gus- Workers Meeting p.m. Prayer
you.
H. > ond lon She wore white satin slip Weeks and children of Penaa- We had a short visit with tafson in the Canal Zone. Meeting p.m.
i ami back SHine 324 Brownlea Training Union
pcne- 8 week Prayer Service, 7:30: p. St., Starke 6:30: p. m.
cola and her sister ,and family former Eina Kin- Mrs. Oustafson and Mrs. My- rehearsal. p.m.
Her bouquet of neighbor
i Lung lrupljr Into his right pers. was :
Lelain and Thursday Visitation, 10 m. Wednesday -T1'OY Johnson Sunday School, 10 a. m. Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek -
Mrs.
i 'in} A f.shot hit Austin in white tube roses and white Flinggan chen on Thursday of las dske are sisters.
Service
Fort Walton a.m. and 7 p.m.BAL'TIST pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Prayer WednNdaY' !-
UK- arm and he panicked carnations with! maiden-hair daughter of week. She was in the neigh On Thursday evening, Aug. Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m.I 7,30.Rev.: Glenn Law-

i ..ahing into the woods, Billy fern.The Beach. borhood on business! and 11. the Mydskes will be at A CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service, Tuesday. hon pastor.

;"ud. t *J JTunatall bride's mother was Mr. "and, :Mrs.: Harry Jack stopped by to chat. I expressed meeting at the Park of the ] BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft
School, 10 m. pas-
apparently made it dressed in blue silk with son have returned home aftera to her how nice it is that Palms for an evening of Missions Sunday/ a. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday I tor. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
I 11 m.Training
Worship a.
oak: :to> the car unaided. Billy's white accessories, while the vacation to Tylertown, Misa. she has recently moved to I and Music. Norm and Morning services: Sunday School 10 a. '
Union 6:30 m. Sunday School lo a. m.Mornlni' .
third shot hit the knocking I for a visit with Mrs. Jackson's Val] I Rev. and Mrs. Mydske : p.
car mother of the groom wore a Micanopy: -for we get to see I. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Training FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Worship. 11
out> the rear window. His pink dress. pink headpiece parents, Mr. and Mrs. more of her now than we did will supply the music, accompanied Evening Worship 7::30. Prayel'Meeting I. a. m.
Union 6:15: m. EveningWorship ,
p. School 9:45 m.
: a Pre-Services
Wednesday, 7:30.: Sunday [lBooster Band
itol shot through a window Ray Breeland. Mrs. Ruth Jackson when on the organ by I
I and
p pink shoes. Both wore we were neighbors I She 7 Everyone m.I
m. 11
p. Worship
Morning a. Young People
and
Prayer
the missed accompanied the Jackaons Rev. B. T. Peavy, pastor.ST.
in bar completely. white corsages. and her sister and brother- Mr. Fluegge. Mrs. Mydskewill welcome. Elder T. C. Williams -
Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Service, 8'
p. m. Evening
several
Kennedy and the wounded Mrs. Sam Koff, of Live to Kansas City for in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. B. also show a group of recent EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
pastor. 7:30P.
Choir Practice Thursday : Worship 7
Midweek
her Mr. p. m.
TmiHtjill drove their blue 1964 I weeks with daughter,
/ Oak aunt of the groom assisted Emerson I whom she makes paintings of the Peru- STARKE
UK irk stolen! from a shopping, in the planning of the and Mrs. A. W. Sikes. Mr. and her home with in Micanopy] vian Jungle: Indians which Sunday Mass. 9:15: a. m. LAURA BAPTIST m. Service, Wednesday, 7:30: p.
back toKiitlwlge Mrs. Harry Jackson toured on 'n -Rev. D. L. Ramsey
i i ;IT" in Jaincsville she has pas
wedding. She is a profession- Oklahoma and Texasto have just recently returned done. Tuesday Novena and Benediction Sunday School, 9:45: a m. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST tor.
I } Austin ran through
tluiiiixh)",' :s the Camp.dense woods wedding-consultant in her Dallas then back to Mis from a pleasant vacation to The public is Invited to 7 p. m. Inquiry Class. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
home town.Foilowlng. the mountains in North Car- this interesting meeting. 8 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. CALVARY BAPTIST
short In 11
]I. iiijs buih shoes-- back to sissippi. After a stay Morning Worship, a. m.
K: .(Hi i Holiday Restaurant the ceremony, a Mississippi they toured on to olina. HERE 'N THERE Thursday and Friday Prayer Meeting Wednesday Training! Union, 6:15: : p in. Sunday School 30.. m.

.i1, I I\. .' "''ll' Heights. lovely reception was held In Tennessee, Virginia, and We understand we have Herb Nelson arrved home Mass, 7:30: a. m. ((9-30 a. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee Evening Worship, 7:30.: Mid- Morning Worship 11.. m,

AI I J Ki.tii-ilKo';, ): the two chang- the Masonic Hall. In the re- Washington D. C. Mrs. Ruth new neighbors In the former Sunday from a two weeks for grade and high school students pastor.BROOKER. week Prayer Service Wednesday Training Union, ':30 p. m.

en'I ,M- 1'imstall's!! wife. Billy ceivlnst\ line were the motherof Jackson plans to dome home Jack, Hill cottage. They are visit with his two daughtersand J. BAPTIST I I 7:30.: Choir Practice. 8:30: Evening Service. T::311. Prayer

./In, I.MIIK| : a Plymouth;\ Vali.ni i ths bride the groom's next week. Mr. pnd Mrs. L. O. Johns their families in Wil- Saturday Mass. 9:30: a. m. p. m.Rev.. Jim Rlzdon sup- Meeting Wednesday. 7:10: p.
north SR-21 parents the bride and and children of Hampton. mington. Del. His elder Sunday School, 10 a. m.
M.u-u-d on -Rev. Butler
< Friends will regret to hear ASSEMBLY OF GOD ply pastor.BOATDRAIN. m. R. H. pastor.
I groom and the bridesmaids Always glad to have Morning Worship 11 a. m.
lol"t1 l Jiirkaunvllle. alter anuyi ,that Ford Hen ley was admitted new daughter, Mrs. Fred Hart- HIWAY
1 i departure from the rent- and flower girl. The bride's to the Medical Centerin lake dwellers-so welcome I I mann-the former Mary Lu CHAPELWeldon Training Union, 6:30: p. m. BAPTIST ; AIRPARK BAPTIST
I
4x1 i-iibin. OccUDanttt of other book: was kept by Miss Anna. Gainesville last Friday._ He. Mrs. Earl Voyles called In Nelson-and the five Hartman St. and Ralford Evening! Worship 7:30.: Prayer Sunday School. 9:45
cubin.s;; --reported<1' that someone I McCullough. aunt of the had suffered a stroke and Is to Inform us how happy she children accompanied Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Sunday School. 10 a.. m. Morning, Worship.: 11 a. m.
I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.. m. a, m.
had been hot and when another bride. under intensive care at. the and Mr. Voyles are to have him en the return trip for a r RA OAt and Sunbeams every Evening Service 7:30
I Evening Service. 7:30: p. m. Training Union, 7:00: in. : p. m.
The bride's table daughter home other p.
party reported that the was covered center. Peggy afteran visit in Florida. While In Thursday afternoon. -
Blue Pines had been robbedthe with a white lace cloth extended vacation In Wilmington, Herb renewed Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Rev. James Temple pastor. Evening Worship 8:00.: Prayer Prayer Meeting Wedneetday< ,
II Edgar Easterling celebratedhis p.m. Young People's Meeting, Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. : 7:30: p. m. Training Union
centered Greensboro
law was summoned. with a three-tiered N. C. Mr. Voyles'brother i friendships with other duPont
Young Bell ran ,to a friend's Cake, while In the back ville'third last Friday birthday at in the Gaines homeof Roger, and familyof families many of whom have Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy I DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] m. -.Rev. R. E. Bergs trom. Friday, 7:30: p. m. -Rev. E. L.Oriffis ,

home. James Triest, and they I ground was a trellis archway his grandparents. There Charleston, s. C. were lived In Keystone Heights atone Llghtsey pastor. Sunday School to a. m. pastor. pastor.

also reported the attempted B with roses and greenery. were 19 present. Cake and ice weekend guests recently.The ) time of another. Driving

& E. TK punch, tables were also cream was enjoyed by all.MI' Art Wheelers wish to to Wilmington Herb decidedto I

The Valiant wasstopped I,' covered 1 with lace cloths and and Mrs. Ernest Craw Inform all of you Indian go straight through, and
just north of Keystone Heightson decorated with silver candle- Beach folks that they plan to
he says he made the over 900
ford returned
from a
Just
SR-21 at the Brooklyn! ; Buy 'I sticks and silver dishes for visit in Arkansas and New be on their vacation and the miles in 15 hours 25 minutes An investment in Your Future

Bridge by law officers, high- nuts and mints. Presiding at store will be closed from thanks to super high
:Mexico.: Visiting in their home
way patrolmen and sheriff's I the punch bowls were Mrs. now are Luke Wilson and August 7th untU August ways. The trip home with 5 ?' )

deputies from several coun- I H. L. Morgan Jr., and Mrs. Danny of Gainesville (just 27th. The Wheelers neededto youngsters aged 4 months to /lljllIsiD) ifuiHKMi!
ties, who had converged\ on Sam be
the Gardner Sr. back from Arkansas and Alabama in Tuscon Arizona on 11 years was not so swift. I
the area. Kennedy and After a wedding trip to business, so they decided to ,
arrested ) and Ernest CrawfordJr. Jean and Everett Fox and jn uus j bi
two Tunstalls were I Miami. they will be at home and of make it a combined business
daughter, Becky Roy and
Ruby
there, but :Mrs.:' Tunstall was I Tyre enjoyed :
on Justina Road. in Arlington Marion Ark. -pleasure trip.
I ..
,
later released that after she it had was aiot determine I near the Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- In talking with Mrs. Tom a the camping area of trip Camp somewhere O'Leno on in I I i_!f. '1 1[ f : ?: lll! If!! g illi@mr! : :':::"" :.'" :'<<::'::':<:::::::::;:?:: ::rlitf f!

participated In the attempted University Campus.The 'hammer and family !spent! !several Norwood on Tuesday we the Santa Fe River from ', l;. .:
robbery. bride is a graduate of days in Eau GaBle last learned she had to take Mrs. Thursday till Sunday. A good u 4' 1.. : -'v )

Austin was arrested at i Keystone Heights High week. While there, they toured Jo Strandberg to Bradford time was had by all despite L.rtjr '

Beidler's Restaurant about 5 I School and attended St. Cape Kennedy and swam County Hospital Sunday getting lost and getting bit Lr'Lr't
John River Junior College in the Atlantic Ocean. night. She is now confined .1
p.m. as he was waiting for 1 I by red( bugs and yellow jackets -
someone he called from Jacksonville in Palatka. She U employedat I Mr. and Mrs. James Price. there with high blood press- i ifiJ .

to pick him up. I the Barnett First National' Bind, family arrived home Friday ure but after getting this Miss Sandra Buck, Mrs. I,

"It was worse, afterward! ," Bank in Jacksonville. Her after a trip to Tennessee. condition under control she William Theobold. and Dr. t

Billy snys!!, "I ran back upstairs husband attended Englewood and North Carolina to visit has hopes of being home before Danuta Malljka "
were guestsof
told Denlsewhat had High School in Jacksonville, with relatives, friends and the end of the week.I Dr. Jean Whitmore at __
(happened, and then ran to get and St. Johns River Junior: some sightseeing.Mrs. Mrs. Norwood also told us home her : <

James. I couldn't think whatto College as well as Massey Richard Logston and that their son. Larry, was the on Keystone Lake over .. .r \\\ ....1
I weekend. Miss Buck i is
Business College back on his Job In Viet I w: .. .dt
in .
do for awhile.. Jackson children have returned home Nam. doing post graduate work: in I .. ....... ..J
Billy's parents missed the ville. He is employed in the He had a most pleasant return .. >
after several weeks visit with
Pharmacy at the Universityof I ti t ... ; iiii!!! !
whole affair, having taken his r office of the State Farm. Insurance her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. trip even though the Florida, while Mrs. Theo :<<..-"" ..... v ,''I .. ,,'.
> ':':':"':'
grandfather to St. Augustinefor Co. In Jacksonville.Dates M. Robinson. Reta Madge and airline strike had him a little \

lunch. But William Bell I I children spent some time with uneasy due to cancelled at bold Alachua Is an R.Oeneral N. on the Hospitalin staff I' i'ill' ; >' I J

was proud that his son had her sister, :Mrs. Andrew Dunk reservations but was!! lucky
Gainesville Dr. Malljka ......
followed orders: in Miami. enough to catch a flight as I ::::::::" >:::. :
::: :
"He waited until they were.almost that the triowho ; it was needed. holds her degree as a Pharmaceutical .
Mr. and Mrs. Erickson and
inside!! until he was sometimes had their women The Jimmy Gills were ] Chemist from the I "
sure they Intended to rob the with them -- stayed at the family, former residents of down from their Jacksonville University of Poznam in Po Ii
Melrose visitors here
were
place before he.. shot," the senior Rutledge Camp coincide with last week. home last weekend to greet land. She is in this countryfor 'J

Bell said< adding, "Just the dates of other B & E's of some "unwanted"' guestsa one year to do Postdoctoral -
like I told him." the same general pattern occurring Mrs. Steuart of Tampa Is house full of study in Cancer Re-I 'i
Tunstall spent Sunday nightIn in the Keystone area. spending several days with her that "Lady Luck"termites has! Seems search at the University of tf:::::::;: It Takes a Lot to Satisfy '::::$;::d

Palatka General Hospital On the weekend< of July 4 son end family, Mr. and Mrs. her turned Florida.On *.J1H' J t1ji

but was transferred :Monday! the first Blue Pines' robbery Albert Steuart and children.Mr. these"ugly"genial] folks.face Not towards only Sunday morning, Dr. it? A HEALTHY APPETITE \\' T/t/ ff.Ji
occurred 1 and Beidler's Restau- and Mrs. Fred Young ,
to the Putnam County Jail. Whitmore ....
had.
did their lovely home along with :::: .
new in .
rant was broken arrived home after : :.:.::..
into. Saturday ,,
her other : ," :.::::<
--i -- On July 17 and 18 the Keystone several weeks trip to Europe.I but Jacksonville now the recently termites burn, McCiilloush guests.of the Miss White Anna< F W:! Anyone that bas ever tried to fill the bottomless ;- are :: ,
!! Egg ? >> >>);
broken into and Cooperative some placesIn was from received Carol Rothhammer a letter recently, for trying to eat their lake place Feather Court for breakfast 1jjf:.[.I pits of growing boys will tell you "SJ. ? .G 1M:: lW
after Mass. >:: ..
; I Gainesville were hit. mer resident. Enclosed was a completely to the ground! :ij that It Is practically an impossibility. Yet ti 'qOH 1 v I'I >::,,>:>
And on July 23 and 24. came copy of a letter to Carol from I Between construction on both Mr. and Mrs. William Few ;::'=?'' Hit Oiutill h God l oppoinlxl. .,..., I In *"A f.:1 W: ::

the Blue Pines attempt and the Dean of Little Rock Uni places that "sidewalk superintendent enjoyed!!:! dinner at the Steer M: we must continue to feed them so that they f'i' ...Id ,Ix ipmding, Iht kfwwlidjj ol Nil !I... Vi :::::::1:
-' the A, E. Powell robbery at versity. Carol is attending college : Mr. Gill, is being Room in Jacksonville on Sat- rii::: $I. t.1 lor mm mi tl,Hit" dtmand I fef man.to,,,pond t: m

Orange.. Park. at the Little Rock University kept quite busy. urday evening July 30 being f:'i \\111 continue to grow.With '& M ,rhol, ton I, taring hn. n jhl>of. Without" ::: :::?:

However authorities have with the help of a The Chuck Pardees say their wedding anniversary. rii: ) the right kind of encouragement from "Cut. groundinf in t tilt lee tf Ctd, no gowtffl.* Jl \ M
not yet connected this particular 'Scholarship. from the Woman's that it has been about seven They also visited friends in f::::: 11 m.nI.riadty.rwaoIIii..lIl..g, ( 5:I ::::f::;:

1 group with the rest of Club here In Melrose. The let- weeks since they heard from Lawtey on theIr way hometo .fl. parents, these boys will develop a hunger ''h' ptnnirt and Hit t Irttdam vhuh. wt h.W.1I: ;'H

______________;J"4',, the B & E's. Clay and Put- ter says: son Chuckle. who is still in Keystone Heights.A ;t.:::: for God's word. Take them to church Sun ''g,' 4tor will Intvitobly porilh. THtrtfort."' o.in ':.::>
V. nam sheriff's authorities report Dear Carol Rothhammer: Viet Nam. Chuckle's bride in t t: ,from.o stlflth point of",..._ihould"' luppotlttw :I m

that most break-Ins that It is a pleasure to give recognition I California has not heard NIFTY BRUNCH IDEA i t i day where they may study and learn more !J Qiunh for "tN ukt of tht ..*,."tl him.wd : r:

., are occurring at the unoccu- to scholastic either, so both are anxiously When planning a brunch for :H ..! ond !Ml fomly., ..,.... "Ititt, komitf, J4 j H
pied homes are of a similar achievement during your the recent awaiting THE letter. the girls and you feel stuck for [ ::::::: of God s word. ,: o.try ponM ihould' ".o i&ld and ptrtMpalt in :.:t '::: '::

nature. Spring semester, for the Hating Randolph] and Mildred what to serve consider I ::it.i l "Blesaed art they, which do hunger and "Hit Oivnh ....u.. H lilt "trw trvrti,, otoal. tkb j

At their hearing in Palatkaon given me yesterday indicates Owens of Gainesville are en- "Creamed Eggs and Carrots." .i:i: i:t non I lilt, diolh ond. dnllny, "tht" truth vhitb, tf W

:Monday the trio succeeded that you had a 4.0 grade- Joyinir the lake at the Co- It's colorful dish, can be ffl thirst after righttomneii/& ;JOT they shall ,' will, M dim hit N Hit n child ol .Mm::
in their :
getting charges reduced -
point avel'ngei"stralght- burn Rain's cottage. Coburn kept hot if things run ]later, It filed .

: 5.I I taring from to attempted breaking B and& E's.en- A." and bream Peggy and red were fish over dinner for a salad than expected and and needs only ::::::::::: &:>; r';:>::irc:>: i:< <: >:::>:::::: ::.,

It was established at the hear ter's This studies record implies of your netnes-!superb! Wednesday night. on paniment. dessert for accom- rtfutt1fjl ; ; .4 ;;mtI11
:
ing that"none of them actually ;; ; ..c Q '%"
Well, so faro good. We I JH : .te. @1 Jtmn w!
got his hand inside the dedication to your responsibilities I : .r-:* ; :: :> m: .. t : ,
as a student. It also attests endured the weekend but it
door of the bar. Accordingly, __ I
was quite a chore! On Sat-
to the high qually of
the bonds were cut in half

to $2,500. your la difficult intellectual to attain gifts more for than it I I C.urday had afternoon his first teenage our son par-T. ( These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

,( an occasional "A" at Little ty.. In their own ]language, af'WS ,
Rock University. Fewer than "It was a blast." Those help-

NO RAFFLE NOTICES nine in 1,000 students quail- Ing to celebrate were Martha I Farmers Mutual f Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat MarketAND I

fled last semester for your Mathews, Joe Moore Steve Exchange

PLEASE! special category of the Dean's Deuterman and Victor Kuleza "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR COLD STORAGEWe

List! all Melrose school chums. FIRST METHODIST! Feeds.-Fertilizers--Seeds I
I Congratulations and continuing Karen Williams of Keystone CIIVRCII 8TAKKK 1 Poultry Equipment' MAIN CONCERN"Free SpecIalize In Custom Slaughter.

In spite of repeated notices that we can !success! to you! Heights and Mike Ralford of I UNICO TIRES-BATTKRIEa Delivery Phon 964-4491$ big Cutting .& Wrapping

not publish such miterial. The Telegraph Sincerely yours, Gainesville. Mike spent the Sunday Church School Petroleum Products
I 9:45: a.in. Prepared For Deep Freec
I Morning 11
continues to receive requests for advertising Harold I. Woolard weekend as T. C.'s guest and a.m. Snack Worship
Dean cf the University we Introduced: him to our Supper for MYP, PHONE 964-8341
the sale of chances on various objectsby I 6 p.m. MYp meetings, 6:30.: Bradford Abstract Co.
Friends may write to Carol love for crabbing on Sunday.
clubs organizations: and individuals.In Evening: Worship, 7:30.:
I at this!! address: Visiting also on Saturday SLADE GAS
Monday Circle 2 meetsat 158 W. CALL STREETPh.
Carol Rothhammer 3415:
the eyes of the Post Office department, I were my mother Mrs. Ruby home of Miss[ Kate Struth 964-6881 la.
Starke } .
Town and ,
Country, Apart- Dyal], and grandson Andy. and ;
with Appliance Center
such sale of Mrs. C. E. 4
tickets!! constitutes a lottery ment 2, Little Rock, Ark. both of Gainesville and my Hemwall aa
and as such cannot be sent through the U. 72204. co-hostess 3 p.m. I
youngest sister Mrs. Buddy
Tuesday Edwards & OF STARKE INC.
I Circle 4 meetsin Grocery ,
S. mall:*!. Calling the sale a "donation" does Kelly and family of Fensa- Ladies Bible Classroom
!! with
not change the meaning in the eyes of Post Donation SoughtFor cola. Buddy returned to his :Mrs.:' W. B. Thompson as Mkt. DeWITT C. JONES U.S. 301 NORTHPh.

al authorities.We Navy duties there and left hostess, 10 a.m. Circle 5 meetsat
Mt. SinaiCemetery FUNERAL HOMES 969-3801 Stark Fla. !
[ Carolvn and the children fora home of Mrs. A. W. And Grocerles-Meab--Feed ,
are sorry that we cannot comply with Work ', two weeks vacation. erson 10 a.m. Gas & Oil

requests to print notices of such sale of 'TIs said by some women- ,Wednesday Circle 1 meetsat Ph. 964-2182 Starke, Fla.Loudon's Starke Ph. 961-2600

tickets and subsequent "drawings.; If we I Anyone having relatives there is no percentage In home of ]Mrs.: J. E. Denmarkand Keystone Heights Charley E. Johns

do,, however we run the risk of having that buried in Mount Sinai Ceme- being a woman these days. Circle 3 at home of Miss -

issue of The Telegraph barred from the tery at Graham Is asked to You've gotta look like a girl Amy Cobum, 10 a.m. Prayer Merle Norman Ph. 473-3176 Agency

I send a donation of money to dress like a boy, think like a Meeting, 7 p.m.
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Mrs. Irene Ratllff In care of man and work' like a horse! Thursday Chancel Choir Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop

We would appreciate it If all clubs other I the Graham post office to See ya- rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. i 117' S. Thompson Pit 964-3081 GENERAL INSURANCE
help pay for the labor of I If Your Hair Inn't Becoming To LACY CONWAY :Nobody But Nobody VmdtntO
organizations, and individuals would under keeping the cemetery clean. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1 You-You Should Be Coming To Us. Charley E. John AgencyHursc
stand out position in this matter and would
STARKE American
"Rev. S. E. Sparks did a II THE RIGHT POINT for the i Service Station
cease to submit such items for publication. .
wonderful job of keeping Starke 66" Service
way you write. Come In and Sunday Brotherhood and Bus Station Shell Service
"Mount Sinai In good
con meelng and breakfast 7:30: a. I
BRADFORD COUNTY dition." Mrs. Ratliff said. elect your favorite ESTER- m. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I BILL EDWARDS CARL
"but he la now deceased and Morning Worship 11 a. m.. : Braise Service Wheel BaJane Lacy Conway Flying Service HURST

TELEGRAPH we can carry on this much I BROOK fountain pen. TELEGRAPH. !:- sermon 'What it means to b. Wheel Alignment Instruction Ph. 064-4091. Hwy. 301 &: 100 Ph. ,U.S111J
I needed work, If everyone Interested born again." Training Union; j 417 N. Temple Ph. M4-SM1

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Iv vvvvvvvvwvlvvlvvvvs start at ,the Maxvllle Baptist S. JCavy. weeks" with Staff Sgrt. and n.vvvvvwyyvn.v.yv.a
Funeral Service Mis. Cole who resided In
Church Sunday, Aug. 21. Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cal.terand Mrs Jessie Padgett and fam I I
NEWS OF INTEREST TO Starke died Wednesday, July
COLORED
vices will be conducted nightly Mr. and Mrs Bob Mc- ily.
MAXVILLE by Rev. W. O. Mathia, n Clung and a o n 8 visited Sunday afternoon visitors of CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY HAMPTONBy For Mrs. Cole I II was 27. in born a local on August hospital.31, 1884 She

By 1\1n. A. C. Slade former pastor of the cliimli.: last Wednesday! afternoon at Mr. and Mrs J, Marlin Cole- Mr. Diary\ : Wllllamii in Bradford
Everyone l la Invited to attend Kingsloy: Lake with Mr and man were Mrs Altle Oglesbyand At Mount Sinai County and had
Phone 289.4491aa.a..u..u..aa lived here
Sunday night;: and see' a Mrs.\ Mivxle Carter. daughter, Effle Lee of I all of her life.
film on "The Missing Christian Ashley Wellhausen son of Whltehouse, and Mr. and Mrs. RECREATION NEWS of the tale Mary and Charles I. LA..A..6..1 I Funeral services for Mrs. Surviving are two brothers,
The Reno Junior Boy Lee, Sr.Mrs. O. W. Finley of Starke,
." Mrs. Letha Bell Wellhausen, Jerome OglesbY and daughters Lola Lee Cole, 82, were held and
Mr. and Mrs James Peter- .. baseball team defeated Mel- Rlgsby was born on : Eugene Finley of Jacksonville
LnnKbronoh Baptist Church graduated from Forest Ranger Renee and Allison, of Jackson at 3 p. m. Friday July 29 -
don' of Jacksonville announce rose by a score of 15-4 last June 2, 1886 and died July I regret losing her. .
Rev. Winfred Wilkinson School In Lake City last Fri Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas I at the graveside in Mount
the birth of their first child, I was elected Sunday of last day. and family spent Wednesdayto Saturday. Reno played: an 26, 1968 at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Baun I Sinai Cemetery with Rev. Active pallbearers were
a daughter Jammle Sunarm, outstanding poundingout son-in-law and daughter. Mr. spent the month of June in Wesley McRae. Leon Conner
Long-branch Baptist Church iMr.: and 1 Mrs Oscar Harris Sunday in Roanoke, Ala. game : Donald Ramsey officiating,
Friday, July 22 at St. Vincent's week to serve ns pnstor I and Mrs. John North attended with Mra. Thomas' mother, 12 hits and scoring 15 and Mrs. Joseph Morris Jr. New Hampshire visiting re-i William Thomas Funeral i: Eugene Grtffls, Ira Allen,
Hospital in Jacksonville. Maternal of the Longbranch Baptist funeral services Friday for Mrs W. H. Rape. runs.Mr. at 2201 Old Lawtey Road. latives. Home of Gainesville was"in I David: Woodard, and Virgil
grandparents are Mr. I Church. He will take the' C. O. Bessent at Whitehouse. Mr. and Mrs Bill Living- Jackson Is very pleased She was a member of New The Head Start class of charge 01 Owen.
and Mrs Albert Smith of Max. place of Rev. Reginald Taylor I Mr. and Mrs Bob Stanley ston and family. of Jacksonville with the Improvement the Bethel! Baptist Church. Starke spent Saturday Sight-I! arrangements
villc who was pastor of the church I and family arrived Saturdayfrom returned home over the weekend boys have made. They will Surviving are her children I seelnsr In St. Augustine. I 1-
Baptist t'lumh lens for several yenrs. the Azores for a visit I from a vacation to Panama travel to Melrose Saturdayfor Mrs. Hilda B. Morris, Mrs. Those from lIampto-n-
A revival la scheduled to Mrs. Dora Byrd and E. C. here with Mrs. Stanley's mother -, City a return match, and Mr. Florence Reddish. Mrs. Car- attended were Sherrl Peeples I
spent several days In Jacksonville Mrs. Dorothy Waters. Jackson asks all fans to rie Robinson. Eddie Rlgsby! Kathy Estes, James Kin- Ad
last week with Mr. Sunday visitors of Mrs. I Caution NeededIn come along and cheer the and Nathaniel Rlgsby, all of) nalrd. Robert Hall. Donnie
STARK and Mrs. James Peterson and Dorothy Waters were Mr. and boys on to victory. Star ke, Mrs. Luclle Clark, Brown, Denise Richardson,I
to help care for her great- Mrs. Roy Waters and familyof Operating The center is open every Jacksonville; Henry Whitty, and Sharon Dell. Mrs. James I

granddaughter, Jammie Suz- Jacksonville and Mr. and Power Mowers day, Monday through Satur- West Palm Beach' ; and E. J.Rlgsby. Kinnaird, Mrs. Leo '
BUSINESSDIRECTORY arm.Air. Mrs. Richard Norman and day, for the enjoyment of Sarasota; and Hay- son find Donna a
and Mrs. Ronnie( Case, sons of Highland. I. Dou't become a summer the teenagers. wood Roosevelt Rufus, helpers. RIchard-I'
returned home over the week- Mr. and Mrs. Buford H1g- statistic. Be well Informed FREE RECORD HOP Ralph, and Jonas Rigsby of Miss Frances Lott
end from a vacation, in Texas glnbotham and gmodchlldren, ami spent last Wednesday
mower. Come one, come alllet's other places: two sisters,
and Mexico. Patty Wayne and !livid English -. about your power Injured, have a ball I There will be a Mrs. Mary Donaway and night with her parents Mr. I
Mr. and. Mrs. Homer Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. K. D.I Many people are and Mrs. F. P. Lott. $ZS tO 1 $600
some seriously by the Impro- free record hop Friday night,I Mrs. Kattle Lee both of)
the and Visited '
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AUTO REPAIRS recently purchased Higginbotham sons of mowers. Augj 13, at the Reno Recre- Starke; one brother, Jeffry Those from the Christian I, '
Millard Harris place on State Sunday afternoon at Clay per use power Church '" :
attending the NorthEast I '
Pettls ation Center given by the Lee of Starke: ten grand-
Road 228 west of 301( and ,the Hill with Mr and Mrs. Elmer According to Ray Florida, Christian Camp _
Junior! Church of Greater children 13 1
and greatgrand
with the Flor- :
leader
Harris family have moved into Carter and Mr. and Mrs. safety I.
on Gator Bone Lake this .
Earl's
GarageALL Allen Chapel. Refreshments children. J
ida Agricultural Extension .
their trailer home at Clay Louie Carter. week' Darlene
will be on sale, and a varietyof Interment in Lee are Norman
was
Service, the most Important
KINDS OF Mrs James Waters and son
Hill.Mrs. will be In Ruthle Roark, Arbutus Pear- make
games enjoyed Cemetery the
aa Pleasant 1
AUTO REPAIR WORKAll Avory Slade and fame Danny of Lawtey were Sun- thin! to learn about power sail, Pearsall of V
Mary
Hampton
Work>> Guaranteed ily were In Jacksonville last day dinner guest of Mr. and mowers Is to know( the controls well as dancing. Grove section, with Combs -
Phone 969-2981 Friday. Mrs. Buford Higginbotham.Mrs. especially how to stop There will also be a big Funeral Home of Lake City Clark, and of Gainesville.Cathy and Crystal i k .

So. Walnut' Starke Mr and Mrs. Arthur Carterof Ben Higginbotham and Jt. Loose clothing may be- Record Hop at Alma. Rec on In charge.
Friday, Aug. 5. You might be CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Iva Bowden of Macon -
Jacksonville spent Satur- family left Monday for a come entangled In the mov- '
day night and Sunday with week's visit In Kentucky with' ing parts of the mower. The the lucky one to win the We the relatives of Mrs. Ga. Is visiting her sister. e tra Cajh NO( W?
AUTO SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tlnsley. best thing to do Is stop the door prize (free records. Refreshments Alice Lee Rigsby take this Mrs. Neta, Johnson, and
brother. J B.
Prevatt, this
botham. (Mrs. F B. Coleman spent motor immediately.Keep on sale. Admis- means of thanking both
Gilbert S. Brown ''I Enjoying a peanut boiling several days last week In your yard clean. Pick sion 10 cents per person. 15 white and colored friends for week.The \viTHWe S t
Standard Oil service Station Saturday afternoon at the Jacksonville with Mr. and up stones, sticks, wire and cents per couple. Starts 8 p. all acts of kindness renderedus Hampton Roping Club,
held
rodeo !
a and fish
'I' home of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Mrs. Ray Pellum and family. other debris. Power mowers during the illness and fry last I
ATLAS Higginbotham. were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor have been known to strike m.CHURCH NEWS passing of our loved one. We Sunday with around 200 for Are Trained To Help!
TIKES &: BATTERIES Mrs. Arthur Carter of Jacksonville of. Indiana arrived Wednesdayof these objects, sending them The Church of God In especially appreciate Dr. P. dlnnen and about oOO attend- (f:
Budget Terms-Road Service Mr. and Mrs. Ben this week for a visit with traveling a great distance at Christ begins Its revival G. Fclos and medical assist- ing in all.
Phone 961-7071 Higginbotham and family.Mr. their son and daughter-in-law, high speed. meeting; Tuesday night with I ants: flowers cards of sym- Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Mann Town Finance
Co.Phon
407 N. Temple' Starke and Mrs. Gene Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor. These flying objects are Evangelist B. Woodard of pathy, etc.-Mrs. J. Morris announce the birth of a, .
and daughter, and Mr. and ilr. and Mrs. Kermit: Brown- also a good reason for keep- Los Angeles Calif. The pub- and others. daughter last week. They I '
HURST'SSll
Mrs. Raymond KUgore and Ing and Vivian Browning of Ing other people, especially lic Is invited to attend all named her Tammy Jo. Mrs. 9> i
family.Mr. Jacksonville and Mr and :Mrs. services. Sunday School with T Mann will be remembered as
children, away from the vicinity Barr Limit
and Mrs. Dale Tlnaley Buddy Browning all enjoyed a Nell Williams.
Service Station of the while It's: Supt. Tom Hall in charge. -
left Monday for several weeks fishing trip Saturday at Flag- In mower Morning Services. 11 a. m. Is Increased Mrs. Horace Dyal and famIly
Gas Oils Lubrication visit In Kentucky with Mr. ler Beach: use. I were visiting In South i
Youth Program 3 p. m. with
Goodyear' Tires & Batteries Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum You should not attempt to' On Pan Fish Carolina last week.
Tinsley's parents before going
the In Delols I
pastor charge.
ROAD !SERVICE 1 ion to Rhode Island where he and family of JacksonvUle adjust belts or remove trash'I William, youth director, Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCul-, HOW BIG ISA CIIINCIIBUG?
301 and l 100 Starke I from the mower while It Is 1 Fishermen should carry lough and
will be Sunday Lynn
I stationed with the U. were night supper spent last
asks all to come out for this
running. Never raise It Its 1 plenty of hooks, line and
guests of Mrs. F. B. Coleman. on weekend In Savannah, Ga. with '
\ Phyllis and Randy Eichel- side service. YPWW meeting at sinkers as they have a new Mrs. :McCuIlough's: sister, Mrs. I r \ 1'Jj
rjv
5:30( the M.
sor of Maryland returned Many fires are started by : with president l goal to reach, according to W W. Hudson. *
HIGH CAPACITY 20,000 I BTU home with their grandmother, improper gasoline handling. Hamilton. In charge. EvenIng" of- W. B, Copeland. Second District Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins ,
:Mrs.( F. B. Coleman for a Do not( refill the tank while service in charge 1 Commissioner, Game attended the wedding! of Wade
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month's visit.! the engine is hot. Leave room Evangelist Woodard.- D. R. I and Fresh Water Fish Commission Priester and Alice Jane Mills S .
.. .. Sharon Coleman, daughterof for expansion in the fuel I Wlllluins: pastor: Sister C. B. at Trinity Methodist ChurchIn c. p.
-- FEDDERS Mr. and :Mrs. J. :Martin tank. Heat causes gasoline to Highland, reporter. 1 He remind all anglers Palatka last Saturday. 'to'
Coleman returned home Friday expand and If It spills over I Greater Allen Chapel: Sun- that as of July 1. 1966, the Mrs. Govan Smith and children u.
: I 1 No from Ft Sill, Okla. where the hot engine, fire will like day School 10 a, m. Morning the days bag limit on pan- of Live Oak are !spending A
Money Down she has spent ,the past eight I II II ly result. Service. 11 a. m. with love fish was raised from 35 to 50: this week with her parents' -

.11. As I When starting the engine, feast. Evening Service 6 p. bream, speckled perch, shell- Mr. and :Mrs. G. D. Pierce.Friends Most people' I know !tot! the efifncfi bug f fs bf: Little As
$10 :Month
m. wIth the pastor in charge. of Mrs. millions of dollars In
stand! firmly and make sure cracker and red-finned pIke. Frank Har- damages to St. Augustine lawns.
:,.> We Do Our Own Financing. I your feet are not under the L. A. Sampson, pastor; S. individually or in aggregate din of Jacksonville will be But do you know that the true size of the adult chinch'
Morris! reporter. grieved to learn bug Is shown In E above. It takes a trained to
mower. Many toes have been "Florida fishermen at the of her serious eye spot
FINAL RITES HELD illness in the chinch bug and the" early signs' of infestation., Call
the
))Powcrful-uiII! cool an entire apartment lost this way. RIGSBY present time are harvestingless Riverside FPC for free Inspection.
FOR ALICE LEE
El3itrlc: lawn mowers can than 5 per cent of avail-1 Hospital.! Mrs. Hardin visits In
\e.sll.oporlarge office..even small be dangerous also. Do not Services for the late Mrs. able panflsh. and many fish Hampton often. UNDER DIRECTION
a .
Alice Lee Riarsby wpre held Anyone having loved ones OF GRADUATE
'If 1rpA'I'II' operate them when the. ermen are not aware that O"'IDA
\v-Iioinc with air circulation eQU R'1 ground Is wet. If the cord Sunday at New Bethel Bap- the bag limit has !been Increased burled at Mt. Sinai Cemetery .JNTOMOLOGISTa :.
adequate were accidentally cut or If tist Church. She was! the widow to encourage morn at Graham that would like to EST -

Sound. arrier hushes sounds the mower has a short In the of the late Rufus Rigs- I fishiuj! for bream" Copelandsaid. sand a donation to help keep I
Reserve o
operating .l t. the ONTOLa
wiring, the operator Is In by. and a lifelong! citizen of cemetery mowed and clean
.cooling power;.Operates on both 230 anti 208 volts. I great danger of electrocution.Be Starke. She was the daughter ''I In addition to the day's can mail It to Mrs. Irene Rat- CHIMICM.co.
llff at Graham.Mr. / .
.Del&umidifie.-removes up to 18 gallons of water everyday extra. careful not to cm limit of panflsh, the anglermay and Mrs.!\ Cecil ftreazeal
the cord. In using an electric made before the August! distribution also have the day's limit Phone
Fiv -year warranty on entire hermetic system. mower, cut back and forth which will be held of 10 black bass, 15 chain anti Miss son Dewayne of Wlnona. 964-3965

AirExcJianger exhausts smoke-filled air .Dual Flow 1' I II working away from the power on August 22 and 23. I I pickeral [Jack], and 30 I Mrs Wesley were visiting Griffin! and Mr.Phyllis and
source. Always turn off an "The Income scale has white bass. Total possession I II I
Weather Wheel Two speeds Washable Tuesday afternoon.
gcrWcidal I electric mower and disconnect been raIsed. and persons who I limit Is two days' bag limit I -'t- '.-.
filter. the cord when you leave were not eligible] before may of any species. ,

We Do Our Own Financing ,I It.If a person uses common be nett at said.this "You time,"may Mrs.reapplyfor Ben-I I Plastic Notebook S2.SO at the I Hulick Chevrolet Still Has A Large Stockof I

sense and realizes that no commodities if you are

WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. mach'ne is safer than the Interested I II I TELEGRAPH I II New Chevy It's, Chevelles & (:Chevrolets.
operator who uses it, he I
mould be able to>> avoid accidents I o _

231 N. TEMPLE: PHONE 961.0631 I Payment with power StartedIn mowers. STARKE NURSING HOME USED TRUCK SALENO



Feed Grain 808 S. COLLEY ROAD

Program For '66 Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla. REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED


Farmers participating in 1. We "have rompleta miming t rrvlc. for txlultn of
the voluntary diversion and all .

}I OTE 1- r e feed price-support grains have programs started recelvlnrr for-' aC'eH.e. '62 Chev. 3-4 Ton '63 Ford 1-2 Ton

1 program paymentsdue : U> have Il.N.'s. and I.I'.V on duty 21 hours.

-j: them. Mrs. Chapman, a day. Local owner. Clean as New Just Like A rand New One.

ASCS county office manager. Good; Tires New Paint and Low :Mileage, Clean, (Good; Tlr-

announced.The 5. We "he nor own X-ray and linborutnry.. (011'. Low, Low Mileage. Buy This es and New 'Paint> (One Own-

payments under the James Moncrlef Is our full time licensed technician One Today. er.) Going; This Week For-
feed grain program will cov- I
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er both diversion and price )
support payments due grow-I $
$995 $1095
/ ers. These growers had the I 4. We are licensed for SO .bed by the Stale Boardof I
t opportunity to request that I Health License No. 2.
half the estimated diversion
payment be, made In advanceat
B. We have a modern, fireproof building with central : -
sign-up time in the

the spring.payments: Where now this due was repre-done alr-condltloner and heat. I '64 Chev. 1-2 Ton '64 Chev. 1-2 TonOne

sent the balance of the di- I.'e are within two blocks of the Bradford County -
version payment and all of, Hospital. One Owner. Like New Very Truck Is In Very Good

the price support payment Clean. Has I'ower'glide and a Shape. It's A Long WheelBase -
AND FRUSTRATING earned under the program.In .I With The Fleetside Body.
FUN -FOR--YOU- FOR SNEAK THIEVES- total these payments are T.'e have a line staff' of wlors! serving the I'ositraction Rear End. doing New Paint and Good Tires Selling

estimated at about $32,800for llama>> This Week For- This Week For-

Whenever you travel, wherever you go- the 88 county farmers I

on a fun-filled vacation or a long business participating in the '66 pro- 8. We are \'.', approved.>
grams. Farmers participating)I $1395
trip-the safest way to carry your funds is by voluntarily( diverting acreage $1295

I, in handy denominations of I under the programs are 9. We are approved by too state \\elfare Agency.

, TRAVELER'S CHECKS I also eligible for price sup-
J port loans on their 1903 10. We will be certified" under Medicare. '
t, Buy your Travelers Checks hers at a : crops of corn 64 Chevrolet 1-2 TonThis

low, low fee per check! 11. We are large enough to rive all minting rvlcet -

CommodityRecipients that an adult may need, bub sniwll enough Truck Is Like Brand New. New Tire. Radio Heater,

Must to provide a family atmwtphere.It. and West Coast Mirrors. Has A I Real Nice Body On It
I That Cost Over $125.00 To Build. Try It and You Will BuyIt
Be Recertified
Mr. J. If. .Moncrlef U In charge of complete,. laboratory At-
All persons who have been and x-ray facUltIes Laboratory No. 331.

FLORIDABANK: receiving nated Oovernment-do-I $1395 I

October should report to the I CALL, WRITE OR COME: BY
new EOC building at the I
fairgrounds for recertlflca- AND VISIT WITH US.
WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.
AT STARKE tIn according( to Mrs. Betty

Bennett commodity super- Lawton K, Thomas, OwnerAdministratorMrs. ,

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group visor."This Includes both needy Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. Administrator U. S, :301 NORTH STAKKK. "FLA. PHONE=" 961.3900


Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. pients.and "public Mr. assistance'Bennett reel-said. I let Us Care for Your Loved Ones I (Soon To Be Baldwin Chevrolet Co.)

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