Bradford County telegraph
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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 11, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


For New Courthouse I Bond Sale Seen

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Site Appraisals fft .' : ; inRugiiq: Power Plant

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appraisals of various sites for Bradford's .' '. ; Expansion Is Proposed

proposed $1 million courthouse were given to the "tHrJ." (F''I.j
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County Commission Tuesday by Realtor A. J. Thomas .

Sr. and his committee. a', .' -Engineers;
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Estimated present value ;, inn would you throw It ..rt" -'!..r ., $630,000 expansion by
: $18,000 Savings
was given by the committee I, away and build somewhere .$;" ,h..l'" 1968 of Starke's municipal
for three combinations ol else?" he asked. He said the r soli. ',. Z' a'u' ". r
the "present" site east of thecourthouse present courthouse has stood I ".... 't, .."-. Y I power plant at a joint
meeting of the council
the Crosby site.,, for many years and Is a part' ;, 6 School Busses city

American Legion site a of the history of Bradford .' 'J,, ra and bond trustees Wednesday -

northwest courthouse site County. I night.
and a site directly west of Other than hearing the I A fiscal\ agent Is to be secured -

the courthouse. Committee I committee's report and discussing Drivers Are Cut t 1 I to study the feasibility
members were realtors E. W I It. the Board did of the Job.

Hayes and Guy Andrews anj nothing toward choosing a I It included a 2,000 KW

S. O. Denmark, owner of site for the new courthouse. generator costing $320,000
Denmark Furniture I Beset with many small itemsof In sleeping revision of its cumbersome-and expensive that would become "the

The present site, 1.47 acres business the problem of -transportation: ) system, the Bradford County work-horse of the power system

extending east of the court- I the 1966 budget Chairman I School r.oard moved Tuesday to slash more than Electrical Engineer

house to Include the R. A. Jerome Johns said a meeting The Sign Is Gone! 18,000 from this: item in the new budget by reducingthe Gordon Friday of Reynolds
(Lexl) Oreen property to they would be called later on the II Smith, and Hills said. A bond
number of busses: in operation from 26 to 20, and I
Bradford County Telegraph courthouse Issue. program to fund the expansion -
was appraised at 160000. It In other matters at the \\lsh' we could. ilnliii. rntlit for I lilt us n direct result. of our "[mint out tlin I cutting the number of drivers in the same proportion. I will have to be startednow

is assessed at $139.000 and Tuesday meeting, the Board Hlgn" editorial lirst win-k, hut It didn't happen quite that way. !SWIM! those hi At the same time the board I d to have the unit In op-

affects eight businesses. approved the plat of Unit charge of the recent C'lumilx-r of Commerce membership drive met last week (lie- I adopted a policy of not hiring I Reddish, Hazel Sapp Gertrude eration by 1968 when it will
bus driver who is the Slade Albert Marjorie
Extended down Jefferson I No. 5 subdivision on Sampson fore the rdltorliiJ appeared) and derided In. penalize the. losing team by having. any over Tyson be needed at the present
of 63. James L,. Waters Allen
Street to include the Magnolia Lake. In doing so. the them, wlHd paint hniKlien on the .sign ulilili Invited tourists to stop at the old. age Supt. Tom Casey said the I i, Whitehead Wade and Willie C. Williams. a(, : eight per cent per year
Hotel and Shoe Rack Board agreed to build 2,112 a growth rate the engineers
chamber heirdfuarter| Pictured Monday,\ are Dr Wayne Uhlffen (on liulilrr at new revised routewouUI cut .
the present site would be Increased I feet of graded road In exchange left), Captain of the losing team and II. II. I': '..r..tt right), chairman of the Bradford 265 per day from the total < Lighting ApprovedAt say
to 1.97 and Is for easement for If today's rate of growth
acres an .
County It. %..I..pm"l1tlIthorlty. Standing guard with gun, to wee they do u mileage driven by Bradford the suggestion of Supt.
at holds the
213300. Total assessment the canal connecting Rowsll steady plant would
good Job. IH \{'. T. (llll> ) Jackson, captain of the winning team. school bus.ses Kxponse: of operating Casey the board approved expenditure then
Is $171,550 and 10 and Sampson>> Lakes on land is estimated at from of approximately need: another $330,000(
businesses are affected. owned by W. Hogan Smith \\1'11. anyway the .sign I got paiutivl. OUT! 35 to 45 vents per mile. $5,000 from rare track revenue expansion in 1971 followed {

Extended further to Include and Rayonler Ino. Approvalis I Six but driven, will not be certificate funds to rework Miss Judith Alkire by a $1,000,000 program in

the entire block east of withheld until the ease rehired, for the 1968-B7; term the lighting system at 1975 to keep residents ade-

the present courthouse to ment is signed by both par On Assessments City RegistrationBooks and In trimming the list the BUS football Held, Including Florida Crown quately supplied with currentthe

Walnut Street the present ties. board pave: consideration to seven new poles and around group was told. Bond
site would be Increased to The Board also received Are Open "residential proximity" to the 142 new lights. programs to fund the expan-
2.47 acres and the appraisalIs additional: right-of-way giv- Board Through August 27 route driven, the number of Casey termed the work sion would have to be started
$388,500. Assessed, :\ at ing 60 feet on several milesof Denies 'I years of service and otheri necessary, stating that the old two years before equipment

$278,750 it would affect 15 county roads. It is felt the City registration books will,i I fa<'tors.I poles were In such dangerous Judith Alklre 17yearold Is needed, In 1969 and 1973.

businesses.The agreement will be beneficial, be open through Saturday.I I' The saving wns effected 'by condition that local linemen daughter of Mrs. Jeanette to guarantee to have It In
12.42 acre Crosby site I to the county In developingits consolidating some routes i and electricians had refused Alklre of Starke, is Bradford operation the engineers said
In southeast Starke was appraised proposed Crosby. Rowell 6 Adjustments August 27 for the September and lengthening others as to climb them to make repairs. County's entrant in the annual The bond Issue will be financed

at 142000. It Is as-' and Sampson) Lakes recrea- 13 election of three councilmen recommended by a State De- or adjustments. Florida Crown Beauty with the revenues

eased at $77,700 and would tion complex. City Clerk Merrill Ed- partment survey team some Ace Electric Co. of Jack- Queen contest at Jacksonville from the power plant, Power

affect seven home owners. \ DeWitt C. Jones, supplier wards announced:\ months ago Total bus mileAge sonville was the successful Beach. Aug 27 Miss Al. Engineer Everett E. Young
Holding the line on 1966 property assessments, under the old system was bidder on .the proposed! work,
The 14 5 acre American Le- of ambulance service to the I Last for candidates to klre Is employed by the pointed out. While the debt
six: of seven protests were denied Tuesday by the ,day 6719, miles. as compared, with submitting a figure of $30.92 .
site on Temple Ave. inl county asked the Board If I Bradford County Development will be a true one, nothing In
I I I I County; Commission sitting as the Board of Equali- qualify Is Tuesday, August 23. 409 under the new streamlined each for 142 lights totaling desk
north Starke was appraised at i it planned; to supplement his Authority with a the otty.wW be obligated except :
$118,000.,, Since the land 1 IS firm financially f In the new Zft-;-..IVlJ..-- Five 'cahdldates had qualified version $4,391.66. Though not the low In the Chamber of Commercoffice. the profits of the system
I I said that last est their 'bid was accepted on
not taxed:\ Its potential assessment budget. Chairman Jerome Announcing its finding the $79 ana Nelson Blocker 1,504 through Wednesday, Au- Casey year he said.
) I busies drove 167.2 miles each recommendation of BHS supervising -
was set by the com- Johns said there are no Board .turned down requests acres at $79.Rayonlel' gust 10. Three persons are, morning- with only the driver principal C. M. Clark "But the people of Starke
mittee at $91.250 It would plans to assess additional I will look !It as a debt"
Inc with 23,276 upon
seeking the vacant Group 3
foe :adjustments: of all four, | aboard. This represented about who said that Ace had perfor
A Lot
affect three businesses and mills\ for ambulance service.He It's Councilman Jimmy McRae
acres t-scssed at $79.04 per in the
I2 services
timber firms which have seat: Ewell Lawson, W. II 8 per rent of total mileagedriven med additional
one homp owner.Appraisals said it would be October acre \1. n'fo one of the firms I said "They'll say 'That
I he said. of engineering layouts
;i form
suits spending over assessments 1 Billy) Noegel. and R. C. I
were (hen on 1967 before the county can bringing; cult: against the I I Under the new system the I i( etc. council spent another million -
"jiielr '
assessments for'
two !sit s west of the present supply funds. 1966 are Identical to 1963. county brit the company did rpee Wee) D mpler. Incumbents ,I[, board will he able to reduce Casey said ,the seven new Of Rain dollars."
courthouse.The Jones replied that ho Cannot of One Wiggins/ Group 1, "Yes but there would be
.The not oflicKlly file a protest the age of Its busses. to 193: poles would coat around $150
2.74 acre site directly'I continue to operate; unless Board also approvedthe : I Its '6d values. and Chairman Carl Hurst,,: or newer models.. At present< each and that the city had twice as many down here on
west of the courthouse, some assistance 1s re- -61 tax roll of $54.5 million !- Forty days and forty backs if they were
bus has been your
'I Thp limber firms own a Group 5, have also qualified. one in service agreed to provide ''much of the
bounded by Temple Ave. and ceived. Unless some alIs:\ Insight :as presented: by Tax Assessor total of 73,139 acres. 37.47 for 26 yearn.. labor ,which would total a- nights blacked out a time or two because -

Jefferson. Broad and Center I he said ambulance Gene Long Nonex- per cent of the area of Brad I The i reduction in transportation round $1,600. He said the plans Although Bradford County of an Inadequate power -

Streets!!, was appraised at.I service to the county will be empt property totals $41.2\\ ford County. I QB MeetingSet costs under, the new call for underground wiring hasn't quite reached the dimensions supply Engineer Don
$143500 It is as'psscd at cut oft now.Concernecl. million an Increase of $1.5, 15A .schedule was one of the big which would be an additional of a Biblical flood Ruckman replied. The council -
I The timber firms charge August
$106850 and would affect about the matter million over 1965. I factors In a hold-the-llne $1.3 safety factor. a lot of water- almost five agl'eed.The .
four businesses and two Deputy Sheriff Dolph The four timber companies)I In their: suits that the $79 Quarterback Club meetIng million operating budget which Vacancies. Filled feet of It- has fallen on the plant would reach its

home owners. I Reddish pointed to the need denied adjustments were: per acru average set by Assessor 'Is scheduled for Monday was adopted earlier. Casey reported) that all but county since January 1. capacity by 1969. engineers

A 3.68 acre site northwest for ambulance service: Container Corp. with 36.178'I Gene. Long/ Is disci'1mInatory -' August 13, in the Bradford Drivers rehired, for the coming [Continued On Page Two] Through 8 a.m. Wednes- said. It would be "running

of the courthouse. bounded "What would we do In a acres In' the county assessedat They set values on High School gymnasium at term are: Lloyd Barry, day, Aug. 10. the county had full tilt"* with one generatorout

by Temple Ave.. and Jeffer- case like Sunday when they an average of $78.80 pet their lands from $2084 to : 7:30: p.m. i I Kthel: Bass" Ida L. Brown. received a total average of as is the case since

son. Broad, an-l Center I were lying all over the acre, Owens-Illinois Olass $48.12 ;per acre. Members and prospective I Sewell Proctor Alberta Dell, 56.76 Inches of rain- so far lightning! hit one engine two

Ctieets. was appraised at road?" he asked. Four per- Company owns 678 acres of On other; protests, the assessor -, members are urged to attend William Omit Winifred Green DuPont History this year- more than a foot weeks ago.

111500. Assessments were sons died Sunday a* the result fee lend: assessed at $84 67 announced:! that "some( as plans are made for the I :Mary H.u-rell.! Annie Kelly. B. above the 50 year average Plant capacity now Is 5.728:

83.000 and two businessesand of an accident at the Intersection per ac.;, Olllinan Paper Co. adjustment will be made" InI coming football season. E. Kelly Sr., Marjorie I'a'k- for the same period. kilowatts with all six engines
I ham, Hubert Ida M.
< !seven home owners I of state roads 16 owns 7.543 acres assessed at I Continued on Page Two! Priest Given RotaryCarl August, which Li traditionally running. There are three

would be affected and 225. I a rainy month, seemed other small generators but

Benjamin I Same I Suslow In other action: well on the way to living up: while they are supposed to

also offered the Board a site County Agent Oeor.e Hug- I D. Hewitt, new plant to its reputation with an average run. they haven't been used In
next to and south of the gins reported that plans for I I Four Die In Sunday Crash manager of DuPont's Trail of over 6 Inches for so long that nobody really

Alligator Creek Bridge' on U. the county agriculture complex -i Ridge and Highland ilmenlte the first ten days of the knows if they would last If

S. 301 south of town and lying at the fairgrounds; are mines spoke a' the Rotary month. started. In their proposal

on both sides of the Sea- progressing! nicely. A fourth victim. 18-v.rti-' Club Wednesday, giving a Total average rainfall in the engineers suggest that

board Airline Railroad for Captain James Blood- old Linda Faye Parker, died, brief history of the DuPont the county for the first seven these three engines be sold

30000. The New Englander' worth commander of the local Tuesday. l from Injuries. i m "med Company, and describing the month's of 1966 was 51.If for scrap.

Motel property north of town National Guard unit, re- In a Sunday wrexk. it thi commercial uses' of Ilmenlte Inches, as compared with a But the firm capacity of

was also offered again. que ted $1.200 m assistance intor-ectlon of state ro.uls, IB Hewitt said that the Du 50 year average of 41.73 for the plant, which means its

One member of the committee for the coming year. He said and 225 which had! alnadv! Pont Company was founded the same period. peak capacity with one of

E. W Haves, spoke to hU unit i II' one of three or claimed. the lives of thi, >*
the Board after Thomas had four In the state which do gunpowder and that It was far this year with an average 4,728 KW's. That Is the capacity
made known teh commit not receive assistance from The accident occurred, at3:0r one of the few organizations of 14.30 Inches. April of the plant right now.

tee's flndlna Haves seemedto the county and said the unit : > p.m. Sunday when Larry t 7t -srt In the country that have operated was the driest with only 2.50 In 1965 the peak; load re-
I Lon/ Free 19. driving, n, 1961
favor retaining the pre brings $526,000 annually to for so many years under nehe* [Continued On Page Two)
I Rambler west on SR-22T from
sent courthouse; he told the the area. the same name.
I |Lawtey: ran the stop sig-i: at
A petition bearing thenames
commissioners he wanted The speaker showed samples -
them to think of the present ': of 16 beer parlors operated ind the 4n4ersectlon with SR-16 of the various minerals\ $6,000 SlicedPreliminary
'I i crashed into a 1961 Dodgetompaot
building as their own. by Negroes was presented driven Normal that are being mined herecommercially ,
"If owned this bulld- by James Davit Jr. It by s including Ilmenlte.
you "
Lee Freeman 31, of Pen.", nia'
was denied by the Board. rutlle. and'
Of .the.six persons In the, two\ Budget Work
Surveyor Merrill McMll-
staurollte. and described the
cam, only the two drivers ar
Florida ASA 'an reported a serious santatlon 'i, still alive and they are In the uses of each. The chief use
problem at the publl'' University of Florida Medica of Ilmenlte U as a white Sees Hold The Line
1966 District II Soat ramp on Sampson Lake Center with serious Injuries. paint pigment, he said.

Tournament Chairman James Temple Trooper O. C Garrett of I He said that ores here are
eported that the commis the Florl
.Men's/ sion's Committee on Juvenile who Investigated l the ,'roRh.IJ I mining operation until at to hold the line on 1966 operating deductions but the county

Slow (Pitch Softball Delinquency will have its ld there. was no Indication I I Irast the year 2000. / budget requests, the will get the money back:
comprehensive ready by the Free tried to Stop. Free \wa- County Commission liIotts\ through Its intangible tax,

HARDY FIELD Board's September meeting. going west from Lawtey and Carp's & Co.Completes knife Into Clerk Charles' according to Clerk Darby.

Starke A petition to close unused Freeman south from Ralford. Dal by's tentative budget Even the big budget for

nlatted streets Irr Lake View Joan Crawford, 12, of Law Move, Tuesday and sliced away $6- the Sheriffs Department,
Subdivision Bedford Lake tey was dead at the scene after To which
Thur.Fri.Sat.Aug. on Open Friday 362.No been climbing
was received.: A public hear- 'being thrown from Free'car increase In millage will sharply for the past several

11 12 13 ing on the matter will be set The Parker girl, from Carps & Co. clothing store< be asked, the Board decreed years, remained at Its 1963!
County Attorney Gene Gainesville, was the secondpassenger has completed< moving fromIt The cut left the budget totaling level of $88.000 at the request -
In Free's car Free ,. old quarters! on Call Streetto $530,783. nearly $8000
Shaw of the
Admission ;50c Adults gave an opinion that commission.A .
the Board has the authority was listed in serious conrJttlon.Freeman's Its new home 'in< Starke less than in 1963. The clerk
Students Free under Florida law to supply l wife. Rose 31, 1r Plaza on West Madison St., also had holding the line in special meeting was set
and daughter, Kathy. 3, both and Carl Henley for Tuesday August 16, at 7
manager mind; his tentative spending
funds school board of-
died later medical p. m. In the courthouse for
in the -
fbb Space Contributed Sunday announced that the new' store
bill WAS $337.147. .1.1 15 less
fices. But he said the fund ?
; center. listed I -- the board to continue
Freeman is
will be for business at 10 .
Weekly to Publicize[ r open than the $338,262 budget of
cannot be transferred from i
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in fair condition. t : a.m Friday, Aug. 12. 1963. on the spending bill in hopesof
Community Events ky the Board's capital outlav: Several serfou accidents The Grand Opening will not Slight increases having it ready to advertise
had to be
reserve fund to the general have occurred at the inter be held until next week Hen I the next week. Clerk
The CommunityState fund which means the com- section 5.7 miles northwest of ley said, and reminded the made in every budget to cover Darby said the budget: should

mission wUl have to find another Starke. OUuiia J Norman mission Tuesday, requested put at the intersection. Nor most dangerous intersection public to watch for openingspecials social security and retire- I have!! been sent to Tallahassee -
Bank way to Rive the money. representing residents of the that futdntonal! markers be man termed it "one of the In the countvI as advertised in next ment paid employees. Beginning for approval by August 1.

I, {Continued on Page Twol) ,,artwt Ixiforw the County: Caw. jn I aei" 'I"H| Trie-graph. i In July 1967. the state 4Continued oil Page Two)


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I 1, Mr .\"ld M)'s J. W Rltch l land Mrc;; V. J Spen ler. board Harriet Loud Is. visitingher n.r.r e wi + r! 1 over S8m.000:<:

: :MIDaisy Perryman I member of the Gateway sister Miss Patricia Lou- s In Lie: only other ca

rwwe were fro'-day nlRht supper I Council, Girl Scouts had a don in Miami for two weeks. JB i ,ri vIc biouglj. tip Assessor Lc,
guests if MI and Mrs Tommy nelgh1.1l'1 hood meeting of the .Denise Beth and l Virgil announced that he had .
Jon-it in Macclenny. Girl Scout leaders of the Fllnlc: 'Of Jacksonville spent ready reduced tho ase-

Mr. und Mrs. L. E. Jordan surrounding': five counties at the weekend :with their great r + wIt ment on a warehouse own

of OvtcU! Miss Jean Ix-Gear her homo Thursday morning. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs m by Ardell Crosby The .ulustmpnt
GLADYS MOOTY of Winter Park and Harold Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odom Giirl\ Mathews 1 1tir".tYaLMliw from $6,500 to $4
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Rhodes .
Phone 964-0651 Jordan of Orlando were Sun- Jr. will icturn this weekend: andMr.(! and Mrs. Charles" II I IM&por ,, 500 was made. Long sad:
day nftcinoon guests of Mrs. I from n months trip to after he received permis-ioT!
I ) of Beaver Fails Pa
Carrie Ritfh and Miss Annie Alaska. to change the description oCl'osby's
Mr. and Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gay Miss Suzanne Bickner of DarbvVls'tln". Miss:; Mary Vincent of Fort H.are Kramer visiting In Starke while' land to exclude Gi:I
and family were vacationing Kurt tniudontnle; ) is visitingher l.mi.'e I visiting her
Mrs. M. L. Johns Lau< Is! 1 feet of railroad property ::
at the JL
In the Keys the past two amt. Mrs C. Williams, staying: Barry cottage I:
Sr. are tier daughters; Mrs. cousin. Miss Kathy Frees on KLngaley. Lake for two' which the warehouse lest
and also visited :Air .
jveeks this week.Mrs.
Jewell Carson and childrenof this \H''k. weeks. In a ong standing dlspu
and Mrs. John Linn in Miami.Mr. I I I
Nelson Green ll
v> undergo
Pittsburgh. Pa. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Dave Paulk Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar of Crosby had, protested: thi,.
and Mrs. L. M. Guinea
luul ,Mr. and Mrs. Tommy) surgery Friday In Bradford Ovadn Witt and children of were in Atlanta Sunday to Panama City were visiting Mr. the $6,500 figure and !..I uli l1
County Hospital I
returned I Colum'jtrtrifi.' Ohio. Wednesday attending the and Mrs. H. A. Lawson over tried: to sell the property; ',ut
Lewis have
from a Mrs J. H. )Fields Mrs. E. M. I
TineAndrews.: 18-month- Braves!: baseball !games. the weekend. They were Joined | could not give clear !title
week's vacation
at 3Iycr.iBeach. Davis, and :Mrs: Carrie Wardnttendeul \
/ I the funeral, of Albert old d.iu'j'.iter! of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler on Saturday; by Mr. and when it was found the wt .

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Park-I Relnoehl at )Doctor's Inlet Richard Andrews who has aiV family were vacationing Mrs. Charles Lawson, and house was partially on S> aboard -'

*r and children of Cocoa were ''Wednesday niomlnn.CMidel been co.ittned" : In the Gainesville In Washington, D. C. family of Lake City. ; Airline Railway pw Visiting Mr. and Mrs. :.t. C. Donton will receive a :Medical" Center the past last veck.Local Mrs. Tyler Jones is visiting; ,. rekl erty. '

Wells and family from Friday B.S.: degree in Business at four months has been released -I ( admittances to her 8On- n-law and daughter. + .. .. .. -
to Tuesday.Pvt. commencement exercises at and Is staying with Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs Charles Godfrey
Marc Jackson will re- Florida State University this her ami:IpnrenU. Mr and 1 this wee't' Include: Mrs. MaryA and family this week. The I Burn, Beatles, Burn W.C.T.U.

port to( Fort Bliss, Texas Saturday Saturday. Mrs. H H. :Mott In Brooker.Mr. Jackson: Charlie R. Beed- Godfrey's are moving from I

after two weeks leave Mr and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mrs. George Mor- Ing. Mis Agnes V. Parrish Washington Ga. to Aikin S. \\PXE Joined the growing> list of radio ,Mtutlont throughout the 1'. S. that "THE \VACJES 0-( |

of absence with his family. and Daughter! Terri! spent rison of Leesburg were visiting Mrs. Wilma W. Peeples and C. on Thursday. burned. their Beadle records, UK. u protest to Beetle John Lennon's, published .statement DRINK ARK: ORE.\ rtltTIIVN

Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mrs( Wednesday/ toIonday:: In. M.1 and Mrs. Henry Mor- Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson, that "we're more popular than Jesus. ," unil predictIne the eventual <.nd..f l THOSE OF 1Ut..
Carl Lamar Johns and eons weekend. all of .'arke: Mrs. Florence Line Is Held '
Holly*oorl where they attended rison o1 er |(;'hrist sanity. PESTILENCE AM ..\\1-\
"MU visit Mr and Mrs. Ovid B. Johnson and Mrs. Thelma
Bennett)! and family In. ..Tackaonvllle tli" Seaboard Golf 111'nd: Mrs Charlie Wiggins V. McGef of Waldo: Mrs. J. Sullivan of UPXK'n. stuff (tut left) prepares to Ignite stuck of Heutle recordsmned INE COIBIiEUIGI.IlI.: : ,,
Tournament.Jean end children and Mrs. On BudgetContinued tone .
/ ) the station and contributed illHlllii..loi etl fILII"t the I
on Thursday and l Fri Nealle Rich and Mrs. Made- < by by > right pile
Spears was In Tavares Dora ?ender of Stockton.
leine Smith of Keystone blazes UH. teenagers look on glumly
day.Danny the past week visiting Ga and Mr and Mrs. J. CVlnin Page OnelIf up
Strickland of Orlando Heights codle O. Odom of [ from
Sheryl nobeitson.Mr '? of Palatka were Sunday -
has spent the past week. and Mrs C. J. Compton ; gu.-ss of Mr. and Mrs.L. Melrose:> : and Randolph it is not ready by Sept. 1
with his grandparents. Dr.and aad children of Marietta. D. Vining. Crosby;, of Maxvllle. the county will be severely land in Alachua County' ting and equipping the expanded Junior high science Instructor. .
:Mrs C. J. Teresa and Allen Jones of protesting a timber firm'sIntent plant. The remainder At the suggestion of mem-
Ga. will arrive Saturday for criticized by the state auditor -
Houpt.Irs'l I :Mr amid: Mrs Gilbert Gold- ,
Houpt took Jacksorvllle their ber Hall the board
are visiting to lower the watel'level would go for designingand Rodney
several 1 'h
clay visit with Mrs. wire the clerk said. '
their aunt.
day and Is \ : were visiting
uncle and Mr. and agreed to convene half an
aunt Mrs. from in Santa Fe Swamp 18 administrative costs "
end with Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Ruth Reynolds( Miss Ada Barnes In Way- Over $8.000 was cut ne0p
Warren Winkler this week. hour earlier at 9:30: a. mon
Inches. The clerk was Instructed Engineers fees for designingthe p
:Mr: end lIrsVIll Slade the big General Fund; it
Strickland Jr. cross Ga. over the weekend
;Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fancherof regular meeting dates
to write Shipmanthat will be $39.500.
an.j family of Baxley. Ga went from $278.420 In 1965 project
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. \dmBgave :
Mrs F F. Stump is visiting Birmingham Ala. are visit for the purpose of approvingbills
were \ J.Ulnr.t. his mother to 270112. Biggest saving the Board has no Intention The proposal is to tear y
a birthday party Saturday The business
hoi son-in-law and ing Mrs. P. D, Fan her Sr. for payment.
.. at their home on Bedford Mrs. W H. Slade over the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W this week. was a $6.000 reduction: In of okaying such a down the old part of the session will continue to
Lake for their grandson, David i weekend H. Thomson; in Monticello Macw L. Wiliams is visiting election costs for next year. move if It will affect the power plant leaving one start at 10. k like

Adorns of Jacksonville :Mr: end 1 Mrs. John Simpson for two weeks. I relatives In Currie, S. C. this That was cut to $3,000 since level of the lake.A small 728 KW generator. In other action the board: t' 4

.. who was 11 years old. Attending re 'M ned last Friday week. only the general election in $4.621 hospital bill was which is unusable andII! Accepted the bid of F. E TF-P-r < no''Other
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mathls
0. : the party were his par from thrnr weeks tour of Mrs. David Scott and A. J. November Is slated. presented to the Board foi be used until 1975. The first Overholser of $401 for a
of !
ents 'Mr. and.. Mrs Stanley Europe upon their return Haitsvllle. S. C. are guest.qthis Scott of Decatur Ga. and Other cuts were $500 to hospital care for migrant unit of a new building woul frame house on school property -

Adams, and six boys from Mr SimoM f entered Brad- wrek of Mrs. Ruth Mrs Carl Fromhagen and $2.COO for hospital bills for workers. The bill was merelya house the small generatorleft between Starke Elementary ....-

Jacksonville. ford County Hospital for observation Reynold: i children of Clearwater are Indigent TB patients and notification; no payment and the new 2.000 unit School and Highway 16. tE! ''CAPTURE..IT-AU!
J. Li. Gentry was In Columbia ) and treatment and Miss Ann Spears is visiting I guests this week of Dr and $1,758. down to $13,700 for was expected; : the hospital' to be added by 1968. Expansion -Set 7 p.m. tonight (Thurs >

S. C from \Wednesday :Mrs:\ Simpson:=; : entered the her nrrndparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L> Haynes Jr. contributions to( the county management: said.Expansion. would go to the west and day) as the meeting time for ."From the first
.. Sunday visiting his daughter same hospital Tuesday night Mrs. r::. N Benton and Mr. :Mark Hamilton and John free library another 2,000 KW generate further'study of bids on sev- a t.A '* Ibis ray of light

Mrs. Harold Segars, who Is in after -lib slipped at home and Mrs B. H. Spears in Harold Andrews were touring Only Increases in the General of would be added in 1971 and eral thousand dollars worth of 'is *0 [one a ativeey day

... the hospital. He also visited and Injured\ her hip. Westvllle. South Florida to Miami last! Funds were $1.500 for another perhaps a larger engine kindergarten furniture, equipment This{ pn day,
Mr. and Mrs Steve Gentry at Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Is visiting -, Janle Jarrell of Jacksonville week. salary of the county judge's would be added in 1975 and training aids. if so[full.I

Bumter, S. C. Mr and Mrs. George Is /tslting her aunt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Gibson assistant and four clerks and Power Plant Asked:;! when, if ever the I d e You should 1

DeDe Angeles ofInter'\: McLpyae In Atlanta over the Ed Prevatt: this week. and daughters of Belpre, $396 for expenses other than plant would catch up with its Board DeniesAdjustments WV25
: Park Is visiting: Candy Wood- weekend! and enroute home Mr find: Mrs. Vernon Reddish Ohio visited her sister and salary for the county judge's [Continued from Page Onel debt the engineers replied ?

burn this week. will pick\ up her daughter and family and Mr. family Mr. and Mrs. J. D. office. "never." No city utility sys- for the photographic record of ynr

Debbie Green 'spent the past Evelyn who has spent eight and :Mrs: Charney Williams Warren over the weekend. The Road and Bridge Fund quired of the plant was approximately tem ever catches up; with its 1, Mdding. \the services ot a qn9liS4protesswxul ,
.week with .her cousin. Dee weeks at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemmonshave was cut $1.028 to 3.000 KW's. Sc /
Camp ChattoogaTullu'nh spent the weekend at Cedar $140.141 on debt as long as It's growingEnglneel' photographer *ra sr
Clark in Eau Gallic. Falls Oa. Key. had as visitors the post a slice in the amount bud- far in 1966 the peak load reQuired said. IContnued: from Page One) foal. -
week Mrs. Ottis andgrandchildren late ,
Morgan usually
each day
.0.. t.,4. h o Oun
pure ass new equ l hotograpis} will
of Ruskin and I "When you do catch up i you
:. ment. In the afternoon, has been the case of the Southern Oil
Mrs Joyce Stanley and daughter you know then the city has treasure a lifetime in
I The Fine and Forfeiture 3.750 KW's the engineers leported. and Chemical Co. of Brooker
of Melbourne. The Clem- Fund went $503 to $102.- stopped growing." which protested the $47,100 beautiful natural color.

I mons also had as luncheon up As Plant Supt. :\11'1'1'111DeI's assessment: of its old tung oil Call us today, Ask for

; guests last Tuesday. :Mrs. Ray 762.A $1,334 hike was left in put It after the meeting School Bus plant. I I free wedding brochure.
Carroll of :Miami.:
v\3 Major and Mrs. Donald the request from the Health Wednesday night: Drivers Are Cut Two other however were Complete albums pricedto

.. Koretz of Washington, D. C. Department, bringing it up "Whether they know It or denied adjustments. They fit every budget.
are here on two weeks vaca- -to 17770. not we'll be sailing by the [Continued from Page Onel were George H Welland In-

tion, and visiting: Mrs. Koretz Recreation Department seat of our pants by 1968. five teacher terprkes on Santa Fe Lake I' BULLINGTONSTUDIO
g CAR AND TRUCKCLEANUP mother Mrs. Arlen McKnight Chairman James Bloodworth Something had better be been filled. He vacancies said positions have assessed at $19.300 and '

In the University Medical requested an increase of done by then." not yet filled Include Foster Shi Smith on a pro-
.. several thousand but the a test Oil his home assessed at
--- Center.' Of the $630,000 in bonds ness 'education and an
I I'MI'' and Mrs. Allen Hill and Board denied It. budgetingthe proposed, $528,000 would I trial arts teacher at BHS bust.// 46200. In a letter to the
children of Florence 's. C. same $3,442 It has for actually go toward construc- kindergarten teacher, a board Smith said his home'''I PHONE 961-7271
were Sunday f
SALE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sher- Clerk Charles Darby said

rod Hamilton.Mr. the county finished the 1965

and Mrs Chester Hod- budget year in "fine shape". :
r sock and twins of Lakeland, The reserve absorbed the n

Ga. were Tuesday and Wednesday $21,000 shortage! caused by :
PLENTY OF NEW 1966 CHEVROLET CARS guests of Mr. and :Mra.: non-payment of 1965 timber

M Randal Chitty. The twins remained taxes and about $19.000 was

with the Chlttya fora still left he said. I ow
: AND TRUCKS IN STOCK weeks visit. In the 1966 tentative bud- w

.. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck get there is about $10,000
w and children of Palatka visit slated for the contingency A

REASONABLE ed ;Mrs. Buck's parents, Mr. fund:;!, and board members debated Xj
: NO REFUSED and Mrs. H. M. Richarde on Just how to handle It.I I ,
Commissioner George Rob-
wS OFFER Mr. and Mrs. Frank Her- erts suggested anything left
long of Saluda S. C. were
w be put aside and that the
last Tuesday overnight guests
.. mlllage remain fixed and w

of family Mrs. Dr.Herlong's and Mrs.son H.and H. several members of the board IT'S

USED CAR SALE Adams agreed. Chairman Jerome ALL'Z e
Mrs Bill Jackson and son, said however, he fav-

.. David, and Mrs Bill Snyderof ors cutting millage.
.. Arlington Texas arrived Another timber tax short-
.. Thursday to spend two weeks age could use up the extra

: '64 Chev Impala '64 CORVAIR '62 CHEVY 1 II[ with Mrs.: Jackson's parents dollars.( \
Mr and :Mrs.: J. G. Jackson. Roberts also pointed out
wr 4 Door !Sedan, C'leim .As 704))-I Hour 6 (')1., :Munuvl np, Owner C'ur. 4-C'j Under :Miss Sue Morris Instructed that race track funds accruing -
Air (] '
a New Conditioned
a course at the Methodist to the county have
S Engine tad Standard
Power :Steering, Powerlirakes Shift, Radio irnilHeater
Youth Camp In Leesburg last Increased each year for the
V-8 Engine; mind TrmiHnilHNlon." (li'im A<
: While week. past several and that the
Power <;ilil Transmission. :S..w. ICinllo*' mid Ilrnter
.. :Mrs: Marie McDavid of budget might get another
: White One Mclcuull Owner'n..c''fJI With Clean As jL'uii Kc.3Iuroon (long) This Weekend For Gainesville visited her mother cushion from these unex- t,

Onlj'_ Mrs. T. D. Dyal, on Saturday, pected funds.
r The Uuy \round- :: 1'.lnt$1995.00 I
.. and Mrs. Dyal has as weekend On an another Idea which

: $ $ guests :Mr.:. and Mra. M. Clerk Darby seconded. Rob- 't iI
$995.00 $695.00 J. and 1
Dyal daughter of Salt erts suggested that a separ-
.. Springs.J. ate saving account be estab-
Houston McClane and lIOn.
lished for the single purposeof

: '61 Ford V-8 Engine, Automatic Trans. $ James Saturday of overnight Decatur, guests Ga. were of buying new equipment M 41d

: Radio and heater. also New Tlr...... ThtH I I.* A Fulrlitne 2U.Hr, 595 Mr. and Mrs George FlynnSr. on"when us all a machine of a sudden.blows" up

: That Can He nought For /I--------- .

.. Miss Marcia Haynes will return -
Thursday after finishing Site Costs The News Is Out j1

summer school at William-
: TRUCKS .TRUCKS..TRUCKS..TRUCKS Carey College Hattlesburg Are Given

I :Miss.: That We Are In '

Mra. George Flynn Jr., Is [Continued from Page Onel .
: '64 Chevrolet Truck 64 Chevrolet Truck attending the annual Super-

visor of Election's conventionin Clerk Darby reported that
Power Glide TrumniKslon. und
I'OSlderv: Turquoise PaInt dub t'lttin An Gainesville from Wednesday the salary limit to receive
.. TRACTION\ Hear End Like :New In
to Saturday. food under the county'; com- IN STARKE
: Every Way For Only- :New. This lire- .
Miss Janet Hardy was modity program has been Increased "
weekend guest of Dr. and up to $353 for fam- (NEXT TO WI X'DXIE)

$1395 $1295 Mrs. H. W. Adams and family ilies with 10 children. \
in Atlanta. Ga. and at- A letter was read from R. A
warm reception awaits in all-new
.. tended the Barbra Streisand V. P. Shipman who owns you our completely,

.. concert Saturday night. I store Packed with fresh
(I new, exciting mer-
Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mat-
E 63 FORD TRUCK 64 Chevrolet Truck
,; hews were in Cordele, Ga. THE BRADFORD chandise in every department The variety is it
l.onK.h..1 nil...... f'letm .\ ;New Ila- I
Tuesday to Thursday visiting '
.. New Red Paint Jpb. New Tires. and COUNTY TELEGRAPH
din and heater imilVcst ('OI."tlIr.: I'MI'' and Mrg. E. W. MathewsSr. bigger and the savings is greater So shop in complete -
: Jutt Like A :New On For Only- ror. Like New I'nxlure Body [.'or) Onl) Published every Thursdayat .
.. I air-conditioned comfort in environment you'llenjoy
Mr. and Mrs E. T. Breaze- 133 W. Call St.. an

$ ale of High Springs and Mrs. I Starke Fla. 32091 So plan a shopping expedition through our
1195 $1395 Ben Cheatham of Gainesville .class t ?

.. were Saturday supper guestsof Second .. postage paid new store this weekend. We'll be expecting YOU!
. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews.Mrs. I x .t *Starke. Fla.a .

SS W. Mundy::. and Mrs. feubecMptlon Rates:

WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC. Guy Sale attended the Fash- In trades area: $350 per
. Ion Mart In Miami from Sunday year";; 4 2.00 six month PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE DIRECTLYIN
to Wednesday.Mr. .
: u. S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLA. PHONE 961-3900( and Mrs. Meed Lewis E. L. Matthews editor and

and eon were visiting her .parents publisher FRONT OF OUR STORE t
: (Soon., To Be Baldwin Chevrolet Co.) Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dan- J 1 J I _1 tItaa;,.-.00. __

.. kel in St. Cloud over the 'per year; $223: six months.

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r rI I x-, -. .I Martha Susan Ritch Marcia HaynesIs I Chitty Home Scene | Birthday Party I Haynes-Welch Ii 1 I I III

I r Honored at Showers ComplimentedAt Of Morning Party : For Joy Sapp Wedding Plans

And Luncheon PartiesMiss For Bride-Elect II I
I -Mr and Mrs. Charles SappSr Miss Marcia Haynes

Miss! Martha Susan Ritch Marcia Haynes. prospective Miss Janet Webb of Atlan- entertained at a birthday daughter of Dr and Mrs. O.
GLADYS JVIOOtY whose marriage to James R bride of August 26, I tic Beach. fiancee of Terry I party Tuesday, August 2 for L. Hayne Jr., will becomethe

Phone 964-0651 Beeler Jr. will be an event of has been complimented with Walter was honored at ai I their daughter Joy who wax bride of Bobby Welch,
August 19 at 8 p. m. in the several delightful parties recently dellgh'fu! Coca-Cola party 13 venrx old. son of Mi and MIN W W
-I First Methodist Church, has Saturday morning given by'I The party WAS held at the Welch of Jackson, Miss on

Miller been :feted at several delightful A luncheon was held at Mrs. 1M.. Hatcher Jr and I Strawberry Wharf in Lowtey Friday: AUK 26 at 7 p. m In
( Phyllis parties in the past week. the East Lake Country Club. Mi\ 's. Uanoal F. Chitty at the which was decorated with |I the First Methodist Church,
Weds Mr. Rosier On Wednesday evening of i Decatur da. honoring Miss home of the latter. I I pink white and pastel green with a reception following In
last week a miscellaneous I Haynes. given by Mrs. Scott I] Quests streamers and large pink, | Fellowship\ Hall
were greeted at the:,
In Church Of GodMiss i i white and green Happy Birthday I I 1 1I
shower was given for Miss' Stevenson i door by Mrs. Chitty and presented : balloons. In the renter of All lends and relatives (
Ritch by Mrs. Steve Simmons -'I Centering the luncheon to the honoree and i of the couple are invited to
daughter the
Phyllis Miller I room was a large table
Jr.. Miss Jean Reese table beautiful :, attend
was a arrangement
of Mr. and Mrs. Sankey I Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. covered with white lace over ,
Miller of Starke became the I I +d Mrs. Lou Chaff Mrs. De- of white and yellow Mrs. Hatcher Invited I pink linen, 'holding a crystal' Plastic Notebook $2.SO: at the1 I
bride 01 L. W. [Bud] Rosier wayne McRae. and Miss gladioli snapdragons .guests!! Into the dining room punch bowl with pink punch TKl.KOKAl'M.;
Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Marian Oreen. at the homeof mums! and carnations. Bridal where the table was covered land a three tiered white birth-
W. Rosier Sr. of Lake City the latter on Pratt street. place cards marked the seat. with a hand embroidered day cake decorated with pink I
?.s.dv 1i on Saturday. July 30, at 5j i| -dame were played during ing arrangement for the 12 beige linen cloth and centered roues and pastel green leaves. !
\ o'clock in the Church of'l lGod. Josie StricklandIs the evening and prizes guests. with a rattan basket The gift table and snack table HEALTH FACTSIts
I Rev Ralph Cl'awfol'dl|i awarded to the winners. Re- The bride-elect was pre- holding yellow mums. Assorted were covered the same as the
I performed the double ring EngagedTo freshments were served froma sented with a stainless steel baskets and wood big table and the snack table a fact that nerve energy flows from the brain

cerenuipyCentTmg Lamar Williams table In the dining room breadbox and cannister set trays :held dainty sandwiches held crystal chip and dip !sets over the nervous system to every organ of the
i covered!! with an ecru cut- from her hostess as a mem- .sweets and Coca-Colas. i on either end. It was centered body. Without this nerve energy the organs can-
the altar was asunburst work cloth and centered withan ento of the occasion. with a crystal lazy susan
Servin the drinks
of Mrs. Fede Strickland an- was not function normally. Pressure on the spinal
arrangement I orange!! and blue artificial Miss Dee which held a variety of nuts!
Walters others
nounce} the engagement I ill the most of fail
and nerves common source organ
white chrysanthemums flower arrangement. Miss Mrs. W. W Welch of Jackson assisting in and mints. Assisting> in serving
marriage of serving and caring -
gladioli. Mrs. Ooidie Martin her to La- Green: presided at the punch Miss. entertained at a for the guests were Mrs were (Mrs Hazel Supp ure. Spinal adjustments by the trained Chiropractor -
i daughter Josle
organist played nuptial mu- mar Williams son of Mr. bowl. miscellaneous shower for E, D. Tenly Sr. Mrs Char- Mrs. Virginia, Linzy and Mrs I restores health promptly and efficiently.The .
sic as the guests assembled. Betty 1>eese. aunt of the
The 30 guests Included I Miss Haynes, with her les
all Ha'dy. Miss Linda:! Rosier,
and Mrs. Edwin Williams
Ann Scott George Rosier served his of i honoree. sooner you see your Chiropractor the less
Jo of SU'kc Mrs. Grace Ritch mother daughters assisting Miss Julia: : Ann Walters Miss
Elected For brother as best man. The wedding will be an the honoree and Mrs. J. R. Arrangements of gardencut Bobble; Sue Barksdale.: Miss Games were played by the costly your correction will be. Phone your Chir-
Mis Peggy Sterner attended event of Saturday. Sept. 3. at Beeler Sr. of Keystone flowers were used in the Jayne Hady: and Miss Terry 26 school friends of the hon- opractor NOW. You have put it off too often al-
Miss OCS Honors as maid of honor In a blue 4pm. in the First Christian Heights mother of the Welch home for the affair. Barry. oree and prizes were awarded ready.

s lace street length dress featuring Churci in the presence of bridegroomelect.The ( The hostess presented the The' !! honoree was presentedwith to the winners
Miss Joann /Scott::! 18 of a round neckline and the couple's families. A re- hostesses presentedthe honoree with a set of stain- rIle creamer and sugar (A public service of The Northeast Florida

Camp. Blanding was chosen cap sleeves. She wore a ,\ will be held in the honoree with a nine less stool silverware and a shell to her everyday china Seventy-five guests called Chiropractic Assn.)
as the new "Miss OCS Queenor matching: blue hat with ashoit church Fellowship Hall. piece. Teflon set as a memento carnation corsage an a re- from her hostesses as a betweei the appointed hours
Miss Florida National veil: ant; wore a blue The couple graduated from or the occasion. memorance of the occasion. memento of the occasion. ten to twelve o'clock. !'
Ouard' of 1966. carnation.
., corsage. Bradford High School. Miss !.
Joann a former BHS The bride chose for her Strlck'ard' in the class of '66. Miss Janet Hardy entertained Misses Mary Bolllnger
head maJorette- was chosen at, kitchen showeron Lydia Cole Judl
and Crab-
weddinst\ >1 white dacron and and :Mr Williams in 1964. a
from a bevy of beauties from cotton A-line shift, street Miss Strickland is employedat Thursday evening of last tree gave a kitchen showerfor SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCE SUMMER
all parts of Florida. Her length with long lace sleeves. Holiday( Inn and Mr. week, for Miss Ritch at !her Miss Haynes In Hatties-
-4 duties are to be present for She wore a white pill-box Williams I la employed by Sea- horn.OA i'E. Call street. burg Miss
the Blue Ribbon Ceremonies I hat wltn short veil of illusion board Railroad. Tall pink roses in bud The hostesses presented the!
on August 14. the Senior and coined: a white prayer vases were used at points! of bride-elect with a plastic

"I Banquet on August 20 and I book topped with a white Farewell interejr. In the party rooms container filled with kitchen I''
graduation ceremonies for, orchid Party for the occasion. The dining utensils. They also gave her,

the 1966 class, of officer candidates : A reception: was held at For Chris ParkersMr. room table was oVE'rlald1itth a corsage of bronze colored'
on Aug 21. Holiday Inn where the bride a cutwork cloth and centered Brillo pads and assorted
All of these events will j i and groom and their mothers and Mrs. Chris Parker with a silver bowl holding :an colored miniature measuring
take place in Camp Standing I stood In the receiving line. who are moving to Atlanta, arranamrent of pink roses cups as a memento of the occasion -
during the two-week summer Oa today, were entertainedat Flanking the arrangement .
The 1-rlde's table was centered -
camp, now in progress OCS I a farewell party Wednes- were sliver candelabra with
with: a two-tiered wed-
Is the Officer Candidate with day morning in the County pint tapers. Mrs. T. C. Haz- Recent Births
ding cake decorated
School which selects out- court room:> given by Miss en Jr., 1,1nf'of, the honoree,
white losebuds and topped
standing National Guards- with a bride and groom. Judy Ellington and Mrs. presided at the punch b"l, Bradford County Hospital
men for future officers. Rhoda Dampier Assisting in serving were announces the following
Around( the cake was a gar-
Mr. Parker who has been Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daugh births: r
land of fern intermingledwith
Marcy Sullivan white pompoms. Fern Assistant Probation: Officer ters. Jiyne and June. Mr. and Mrs. James Ardell
has accented a position as Miss Hardy presented her Drawdy Brooker, a daughter -
and also encircledthe
Birthday PartyMarcy two punch bowls at each fire insurance adjuster and honored guest with a port- Jodie Ann Aug. B. AIR CONDITIONERS'
underwriter in Atlanta and able electric hand mixer as a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leonard
Sullivan who was! end of the table Mrs, A. J.
Mrs. Parker who was a memento of the occasion.
King Sr., Lowtey a son
nine years" : old on Monday Barry cut the bride's cake.
teacher at Southslde Elementary Among the 23 guests were
King Jr.. Aug. ,,
was pleasantly surprised at I Miss Terilyn Barry kept
School will continue) Mrs. Grace Ritch mother of 8. .
the br'de's' book at table
a party [Riven for him that a '
to teach. in Atlanta.Aporrximately the honore and Mrs. J. n.
evenings: by his parents Mr decorated with fern and
Beeler Sr. of Keystone
and Mrs James A. Sullivan white pompoms. 75 County flat red velvet heart on
Heignts, mother of the bitUe-
house and
Court employees
at their home in Saratoga After spending some time which was placed a crystal
groom-i'lect] $10 Down
friends for coffee
stopped by Ght
Heights with their guests the couple container. holding white ul- :,lilt I
i ?; The! 20 young folk enjoyed left 01.1 short wedding trip and cake with the Park- Miss Hitch was honored at thea. Bridal place cards ''igilRt I,1ri
. c.t a Weiner: roast slip and slide to South Florida after which ers during the morning 4hrefreshme1t luncheon marked the seating arrangement -
]I a on Monday given
. PI and games during the party! they are residing at 1640 table set up In The bride's table was ;
by Mrs. O. L. Haynes fr,
the Court room was covered :
hours They were given green East Itoad. Jacksonville. with a cutwork cloth and Mrs. A. N. Holllday and Miss marked by a miniature br.de : $ 10 Per Month kr _
and tllow: pop favors. Therefreshmer.t The bride graduated from Hope! Holliday at their homeon and :groom placed on a ted I
held yellow artificial
in :! !a !! roes
table the Bradford High School in arrangement as a center- 8. Water street. velvet heart
carport was covered with a 1965, attended St. Johns Arrp"1gements of yd,ow Amoiiy the 16 guests were
circus: birthday cloth with River Junior College, and piece. and ciange marigolds were Mrs. Clioce Ritch. mother of

matcJi'iij' napkins and cen- has been working at the CARl OF THANKS used to advantage in de.matlng '- the hrlle-elect. M 's. J. R.
tered with a birthday cake Hollda/ Inn. The groom Our heartfelt thanks to all !01 the occasion. Tile Beeler Sr. eJf Keystone
carrying out the circus' graduated from Lake City dlnln} room table was cen- Heights, mother of the brlde-
who extended comforting
theme. High School: : and attendedthe sympathy and help In tered with a bower of magnolia ; ,- Kroom-flett. and Mrs. T C. 15,000 18,000
AsslsUi\T the Sulllvans Inservin Lak City Junior College recent sorrow. For the beau-our leaves with a bride and Hazen Jr. aunt of the hon- $ $
521900End j
$; and caring for their and the University of Flor- tiful service, floral offerings 1rOonstanding In front oree.The I Sl99'OO I I
son's !guests were Mr. and ida HP is presently employedwith and other kindnesses we are ThU Was flanked by crystal! hostesses presentedthe BTU BTU I
Mrs Dan: Alvarez Mr, and the State Road Department deeply grateful. The familyof holders with white tapers honoree with a piece of
Mrs. Terry: Hardee and Mrs. Arthur L. Barnhart. The four individual dlnii.g her chosen silver pattern as
Donald Jackson. I table 'were centered with a a memento of the occasion.

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".In AII, -Star ClassicBHS's I For North AllStarsNoegeFs I I II Mayor's CourtThe

I I + following cases were!

Takes disposed!: of In Mayors Court

Redding Named North's Top Linesman, .I 1 t Tuesday Oranver night Harris: charged

11 with doing bodily harm with

-- Bradford High's outstand- quninted with Redding< ; mini' Softball .N knife found not guilty
ing xnlddleguard Butch Redding her and name bv (jnme-*. i!nd.Bradford's Tourney "t David L. Crawford: volun-
was named top linemanof Eddie Douglri'. {e tary Intoxication $27.50

the North quad) by newsmen headed for GeorglTech/ on % bond forfeited.
covering the 1966 Flor- a grid grant played 1 offensiveend N'oewel( s of Stal'ke'on the I name., + Harold Hartel voluntary

ida High School All-Star Football plus some defense for the >ub-disti slow-pitch ..,ift- Wayne Sapp had a cloubh Intoxication $27,50 bond

Game in, Gainesville Sat- Noith. Quarterback Donald: oall ton: nament In CJ.umsllle < and two singles and Jim xtiL. forfeited.
urday night Falcon culled( KI nol's the first ; F'-tdio night. August 5. Beeler had three singles foi John Edwin Carver, reck-
Redding.9 190 pounder half and played, defensive a b> dawning Yesterday,s Toys Starke. less driving $37,50 bond for-

headed for the University of safety the Berond.! 01 St Augustine 8-6 NoeKel's opened the semi feited.
Tampa on a football scholarship Coach Hurse'a North squad 4i Ap tv ) Noezi-l, i s eliminated Galnille final against the Vola with Ivory Childs disturbing

held up the North's I took f220 drubblnjr' from a .-"- Vols 9-6 In a semifinal four runs but had to com: >I'I't' the peace and using profaneand
S middle on defense all night. hard-charging South team 4 I test while Yesterday's from behind to win. Indecent language. 00

= The one time he wasn't in the which scored all three of It's'' To ousted, St. Augustine Two runs In the sixth put ut days probation on one
game the South ran right up I:' TD'3 just before the hAlf, Fan child Hornet 6-1. tin locals ahead 7-6 and two charge: $27.50 fine or five

..- the North's middle, 1 I| To\ came within two minutes St mike scored four runs in more In the seventh put the lays on other charge

-r = "He played a fine game," I I. as the North grlddern letdawn the tint Inning, a,;'ded a pair frosting on the cake. Wayne Carlos Norman, driving

North Coach David Horse of I ( and committed costly Jo'ullh.'k I Eugene; | Brunch of CtiiliieH; *Ille IllfC" lunge for the goal< hue' In the in+ the third and then broke Sapp singled and tripled, without license $52.50 bond

Starke said. No statistics were el rots yiuitli'H!! 2'j-O:! ilrul">l>lng of I the North In the iiiiiiuul high ....h..IIlII-"tur.. football. (""111" 166 tie with single runs in Billy Sanford had two similes 77 Rattles, forfeited.
:: kept on the number of tackles The North's lone offensive the sixth and seventh Inn- and a triple and Jimm Albert McDuffy use of
threat came In the first period at ( ltl/enH' Field 'In iiliirHilll :Saturday night. Hriiiith, a powerful, runner, tried
:- each player made but the ; Inns tD111 the championship Beeler three singles 1 ButtonCarl profane and Indecent lang
game's announcer was well act't when Gainesville High full- ;: four. tlnu-H hut fell Iniiien. short of a North Tl). uage and voluntary Intoxication -

back Eugene Branch tabbedlas 'i Itnulford'M Donald, l-"aliim, number 10 In biu-kgroiiuil, tells <|iiiirt >il>iu-kliiK thn sentenced to 20 days
.--------- I Hurse, Wilson I left I and
fine bv
a runner North" mill Eddie: l>i"iifliiH) number HO In right foreground. played ,end, on t the : ., n..1.HOMETOWN | took a huml-off. from Falcon fl'llVl''r unit. Brought By J. R. Wainwright Fiances Silcox of Route 2, Howard Rollins. allowing
and sprinted! 41. yards to the Stark": are pictured with 1
I I _
d I unauthorIzed person to drive,
;; I South four, He nppenrecl to six-foot rattlesnake killed I
: ::: l''d ;i
.. i have fallen arrow the (goal so 30 yards rushing compared then to( the North 16. Green seven Green look it over Suit Fertilizer while they were cutting $27.50 fine ;
MMERRITT close did, his final lunge (carry 1)I''to 13 first downs and! 189 rammed, up the middle on, the then, in two' trys and, McCoy's I Against Company pulpwood on Container property II

: H.WILLIAMS him, but oflicinU. ruled not. yards rushing for the South. 1: next play for six: points und second point-lifter mnde it in Alachua County, ,,1 y!
: Four straight cracks at n John Green a hard-running ,i, the extra point by Jay McCoy 140. Green, from Tampa i.s about five miles southeastof A CliiHHifled Ad In (the TELE-
stubborn' South line by Branch 193-pound: fullback from Turn- I I, a left-looted kicker from :Miami \ headed, for the University of j Set For Trial \Week Of August 29 Waldo.: The snake had 17' : l1C.U'1J bring: result

: 117 N. Walnut St. got the pigskin within Inchesof pa Chamberlain, scored all Southwest grave the Miami on a grid, scholarship. : rattles and a button. The
the goal, but the golden three TD's for the South and South a 7-0 lead with 2:51; left Bad, lurk( still pursued the men killed It with a pine
: Phone 961-5391: opportunity slipped from the set up the first one on a 45- In the first half. ,I North and Chief land's Ted, I A long-pending/ suit broughtby caused extensive damage to I sapling .. I THE RIGHT POINT for. the

-. I I North's fingers.Branch's !II yard paaa play that went toi I Recovery of an on-oldps( I Key. headed for Auburn, J. R,, WAinwright local his 1963 strawberry crop. a. I way you w rite. Come In and,
-. r M' STMI r..M MtlTVM.MftOMOIIIf 1. I um gave the North the North 20. Quarterback I kick-off gave the ball right was parted loose from the :! strawberry dealer against Wainwright said he order I 1 select. your favorite E TJon.:

.SUUIIU" ,..,.n ?,_?? ; I its. only first down. The. North'' Tommy Warren of Coral Gab- back to the South at the kick-off. Key was named outstanding I Swift & Company. has been ed 10 tons of 4-8-8 feitlllzer 1'lu.stlc Notebook> $3.50 at the I BROOK fountain pen. TELE '
: ------------------------ I! ended the game with a net of les dashed around right end i North 39 as defensive buck back for North for set for trial In Federal Court and that the bags delivered T.L.HC.U'U.; ; GRAPH.

Skip Albury of Coral Gables his note ns\ defensive safety. in Jacksonville during the I to him were marked with
--- _, I pounced on the pigskin. On the list piny, from the |I It week of August! 29. this formula. After damage ------

Guy :McTheny.: an All-Am North 23 :MrThenv\ ( hit Green In his Initial bill of com- I showed up in his planting,
erican from Sarasota, replaced -!t, with a pass up the middle and plaint filed in March of however, Wainwright said:: that Going Away For The Summer?

I IT' JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY!'! Warren at quarterback' for I the big: fullback raced for his 1984.( Wainwright asked $36.- I subsequent: tests disclosed!

the Rebels and guided themto third TD. Palatka's Wayne 280 In compensatory damages I that the fertilizer delivered

two more TD's before the Annls blol'ked1'Coy.s: ( extra I and $150,000 In puni- to him was actually 4-8-12. ----'
half ended, completely deflating point try and, the score( ( stood I tive damages! alleging that : with a larger per cent of .1;.."' .- -

: ANTIQUES HEARING AID PET SHOP the North: at 200. I feitlllzer delivered to him potash than he ordered .' '. '" -."'--, .

i Pass Interference gave the North quarterback Larry through!; the Gainesville dis- Wainwright said the damage _,
South first down at the 25lcTh..ny Williamson tackled behind _
I a wins
0w THE tributor for Swift was not decreased the yield on ;\ -
ANTIQUES I For Best In Hearing See- ::\ went nine yards for his own gaol 1 while trying: L.- .- -
I the formula he ordered and his 23 acres of berries by
w Kongo Shop another first at the 13, and to pas, on the last play of the '
BoughtSoldAppraisedFurNtura 9,200 flats, and that all of
SONOTONEOF then cracked up the mid game for the safety and the IF SO CALL
: --China-Glass I Poodles( Multeae-Llasae I I his production was deprec- -
dle for six more tothe final score was 22-0. ,
pel onc-a each week for fouronseru'Ive
.. Silver-Brass-Oil Paintings JACKSONVILLE"Tha POODLE GROOMING iated in quality.Wainwright .
wi.MkS'trt the Iirudri -
: I ,,iil I' .untv, T..rrhph.! Is represented! FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
On Piece or a house Full j' Sweaters Collars, Tags. ness produced 65 new jobs! in
Strongest and Smallest I trated thin I isth lay,. nt July, by C. Harris Dlttmar of Be-
::1" Pet Supplies I the county lastear, there- I Itno
Aid in the World"Only
SHOP TALK dell Dittmar & Smith. Jack- COMPANY
: Ina Ward Antiques Aid Marie by establishing a rather <:HAICL.K.S; A. LARDY
I Co. Hearing
BlnlFI..hI'.n..tent Clerk of the Circuit o.i rt sonville firm and Swift by
;: 35T2 St. Johns Ave. 22 Went Monroe handsome payroll That I Hy Ruby V. Wllllii'', Wm. H. Maness, also of
JaaksonvWe 353-1463 & Sun. 10-8 P.)( same business! became one of i Ijeputy\ CI. rtt' ;
: By Peter J. Novak Jackson iIIt'
Jacksonville 337-1379 Starke's largest users of, SlO\r< ,> I I
: Call Collect General Manager 7'71 I 4t 'nil I
Closed Tuesday power and natural gas as'

HORBY SHOP This Is our first in a seriesof well as an additional taxpayer -
'E Auto Sales & Service 8939 Hexlongr Rd. Normandy '
SectionW. articles Intended to create ) for both the City of

.i WESTSIDEVolkswagen a belter understanding of, Staike and the county
FIELDSHOBBY Jacksonville 781-2800 the relationship! and respon-I For several years the

:. Inc. SHOP Inc. sibllity of the Chamber of I Chamber\ has nUen+ every STARKE STORESA
PIANOS-ORGANS Commerce to the community possible assistance! to the
w AUTHORIZED DEALER it serves. I further development of agrl-
A Complete Line of :Mason A Hamlin Pianos
:: Half. Parts Hammond From time to time we will culture in and throughout I
Boat & Airplane Builders Sup Organs
the Chamber's views the (pounty We have been instrumental -
:y ServloaI I Body Shop piles! -Specializing!' in Radio Magnavox Organs
: Controlled Models "You Get A Good Deed At- and objectives on matters 10latlnj in developing
a Open 8 a.rn.-8 p.m. i to community develop- promotions to help in up-

a 5 p.m. Sat.Closed Sunday I I arid. Equipment ment which will have far trading of market prices, for 8iNa
.. 1130 LANE AVE. SOUTH Open' Evening till! 9 P.M. F. O. MILLER ijjJA.f-E. c.. reaching: benefits for the]'' strawberries Our first pro- gtslbtI i Vi

: Phone Jacksonville 381-3141 ,01 O."N majority of the citizens we mot'ii! was held In Brooklyn.N. .
602 So. Edgewood/ *,Jic ,it, 'n/i r t r i.. s n v ,ni" 1 i serve Y., the next year! on Cap.

: Parrish MotorsSALES r Jacksonville 3888662Ien's JiM'kxonvllla As a community development Hal Hill in Wa-hliiRton. D.I

.. team fthp Chamber's: C aa.1: this year in Tallahassee -
.. members officers Board of and OrlAndo In ,each Instance -
.. :\ & Hoy's8:11 SEWING MACHINES
: i
SERVICE Directors and staff! we have member of this!
a. PARTS LVpa lust! two broad objectives.! :' Chamber of Commerce provided

.. "Quality Clothe for :Men an SINGER ACT. ZIGZAG One to develop pavioIU the flnaiK('\ml assistance -

: 32 Years As A Dealer Boys; Since 1919" Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet through merchandising our( ne< essaiv to make the

Always Good Used Cars Sold New over $300 assets to the indu.itialist. the project n succe. 'J'hl11a.,
121 Laura St. Ja.cluwoUle Van Heusen Stetson* Hats &1. $72 or $5.00 Per Monti tourist the convention delegates been n benefit to the farming -
: Phone 356-5654 McGregor' Gold "Cup Sox: und the investor:: and community

vJomplete Formalear RentalXIoungmen'sShop Ideal Sewing CenterALL ;> secoul. to Improve our pro- Net week we will tell you

Automatic Transmission I duct through careful analysis more of the Ch 1mbt'I' effort

MAKESNew and: conceited action and and reveal some of the plans

: Automatic | and Used Machine* to mo\e! any obstacle! which and Activities( that will be of

848 Cassat Ave. I makes our community less! benefit In the future
: Transmissions &
:340 Main Corner Duval Jacksonville! 389-5071 I attractive to our "customer" .

: Motor Exchange Jacksonville than the other cities or
TRACK SERVICE \i,D'i'll" i I.: TO I>KKIM: : Ii
: BIG DADDY WALT counties with which we com- 1\ < IIKII' r ('0111'1' iui\i,r.
pete. I "ridtn < ni \"M oinnvi,
:: Remanufactured Motors Transmissions :MOTORCYCLESHONDA RA Y'STRACK The Chamber of Commerce SIB i I\ I II\MIKI. i II.n.. it: GREAT 3-DAY SALES EVENT!
SERVICE I Idea Is a concept found only ,1 M I I IMu:, .nils, Ji and
N By Quality Craftsmana where private initiative and n,.nv Ann I.:.Ja...rdr. hlv wife.
2097 W. Beaver St. Portable Track Press Service free enterprise exist! The 1 riainiiff '
Jacksonville 333-4771 MOTORCYCLES Welding I Chamber of Commerce as a': '' Ml.,,1.,rl. fliilk. M+lj'n.,. I Ml l \Ic,
('"rd Bulldozers &: Crawlers wholly voluntary\ instlutlon I 1':11"1.: ,III I'lailc, \\ "ilKlltUtltll .
: CAMPERS All Models-Nothing/ Down "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" I in the United States Is eight I \ I fhllli Slltlllt'l,, .'H ft Hin COMING NEXT WEEK 4
Merchants Oreen Stamps <>r.>nilnnt.Ml '.
older than the DeclarAtion ,
7287 V. Beaver' years : I II I: '10H'I': \H
8 A.M. to 7 PJM.
: Cribbs Campers Open Jacksonville! 388-4621 of Independence Th ''n: Arthur Clark. Jr. and t tAlhcri
Monday-Friday New York State Chamberwas Clurk Jr., Adilrem, unknown -

: Del-Rey Quapero 8 AM. to 6 P.M. TROPICAL FISH organized In 1768' a.s the :; 'Ton, are" hcrehv m>tlfltd. than I THURSDAY FRIDAY. SATURDAY
Saturday Wednesday first In America. .,. ..,
| a Mil/It "I I'm tltli'II h.IH 1 h 'tliixt
:. Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY MERMAIDAQUARIUMS In these nearly 200 years fled, .1....' '\inn hi. t In- nines i
.. uunu'd 'uurt\ and I .
> IUHI" i.Ini.tug
Bkemper Convertible MOTORS & CYCLES the Chamber has grown froma .. ., Back-to-School Are Almost
a II" 1.'ul.1' I" 1'\ II ''I>) Days > During This Great City-Wide
r 4949 Standing Blvd. single purpose federationof "I t "II" .na.ll .r or, pb.ndlug i I.. -
: Trade*-Bank Financing traders who organized to'' I th., ,i..niAlninl, ,(( t nit line P'ninilff' Here and AllOver BonanzaYou'll
6408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville 771-8211: Complete Aquarium Supplies .tlloru( ..i f"I"''nl.IK.- 11. Pli-n Again y; Day Bargain
a Imported Fish. All Specter promote trade to a broad" ThoiiuiM, XIMi" .' I'
Jacksonville( 388-9343 CALL OR COME BY community development association n .'.it, "StjirU.!, I.'IUI'II ,nail Ole Town, Starke Merchants Find Top Grades In
which believes that 'tin ilirinnl" In D" "Tfn. < 1I '
: CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg MUSIC. \fon.-Sat. 10am. to 6 p m I Ih. rlelk\ ."f I II liti''l" ', "It t'Mdi. I"u Will Feature Greater Everything For All Grades
and of
when men women
Sunday 2 to 6 pm "i )I.>. !I..i u. t ht' 1 ...11) ilttu ; < '
: ChainSaw We Order Any Fish Available high purpose; work unselfNh- .\ "1-1, 1'" i., ">i,1,h> i \\ ,i-i' 'tin.. nl Values For You and Yours. ;! From First To Last Year of
Paulus Music Co. ly on problemhh! \ the l I.< gel, n-- .I i.Ialit, < nnii" l'ilntx p ?
943 S. Edffewood' ".e. ..
\ '1 till,I" -- d
n SalesHOMIlLITE Jacksonville :388-9404: have in common progre.. I' 1vin Ih The Merchandise Is Fresh, College. So Plan Now To
Band Sc String Instruments will result.The .

: a Money Makin: Chain Saws Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers WESTERN STORE present Staike-Bind- New, Exciting The Savings Shop Starke Stores and Get f _

: : BALES & SERVICE .. School Roberta SUp'plles-Inatruction Recorders' LITTLE DUDE ford County Chamber o1Commerce Bigger and Better Than t*' Your Share of the Terrific
Parts and Repairs All Makes was organized In''
: : Toro &: Yazoo Power Mower. Music Library-Kxpert Western Store 1347! with Arch J. Thoma* I Ever. The Roll Call Of Back. Bargains] Being Offered! j

r Rt. 21 Middleburjf 282.5050 Repair Department Sr., JIM Its first president! I
I To-School Needs Is i ++L '
Since its inception this Complete. J ,
41V.. Monroe St. "Where You'll Find Everything i
Chamber has moved
ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 35 -8H7 Ior: the HorsEnthusiast"
: : a place of significant!
.. 8310 Beach BUd. meaningful Influence within 'COLLEGE
Brothers Western Clothing Leather-
: : the community
Saddles Trailers
Jacksonville 398.3091 goods and
: : Electric Co. Charles tc Sharon Petty As! a Chamber we have
I encouraged' and Riven sup
902 So. Edgewond Ave 0ti
a ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville! 384-1210 port to such items of Importance
a : BoldServicedRepaireda as Improved educational

.. Generators-Starters WELL U1ULI.INGPARTRIDGE opportunities I such! as the iu'

: a... Alterations KAY'S Santa Fe Junior College! and :
Armature Rewinding Bradford Area Vocational l- irI'r:

a 4044 Lenox Ave. Music CenterFender Well Drilling Co. | Technical Tralnlnwl. tirbun : g ti
,1,1 Jacksonville 887-2528 ': redevelopment. a new courthouse

Gretsoh &: Vox Guitars the Bradford Count
: s.-. FLOOR COVERING King, Hatten, and Selmer ROCK ARTKSIIN'' WEI.LS I Fair and Strawberry PestlI I II Ical

.. Band Instruments Complete Electric Water I and clean up paint up. Watch For Special Back-To-School Advertising In The Tri-

: Looking for'C Ludwig, Sllngerland Rogers fix liP to name lust 1few

betterearpef8ti'191 Drum IKKIOTIOV System- I We locate have encouranej within! our'industryto county County Shopper and The Bradford County ,Telegraph: !

FlU /
: it.d5/r: L J ReataU & Repurir" on ALL 8360 Hyde Grove An.Jaekson'il1e and have given ,every possible 1 Thursday August 18th
.. I assistance to a travel relatedhtdnstrv .
::rz.: :: 400 MAIN 8T. ,
1 to locate within the I II
= ',, S89-1 US
NOGANd.raNre Jacksonville 333-0935!\ Call ,1I11C't. :
624 The uvnrable decl- I
._, .. : .., I county
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ion of hits 1 jwutirutar\ ]j
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AUG. 11. 106fl nn \DFonn COFNTY TELrr.ii.M'it. "'T.\nKJIJ' ptnitiin, PO'. -.!rtvt:

10-0 Record Predicted AT LIBRARY !I HEOERTY M. D. by I II i I David Satcton It the biography -
I I Elizabeth Setters Is u welcome !- J of a family tracing Its
I. THE KINO, by Frances addition to her welli history from obscure origins
r.trklnson historical loved "Doctor" novels A I in Corscla 200 years ago. It
Keyes. a
romance about' KinK Phillip i warm and sensitive love story tells about the various members -
Class A State Crown Forecast For 66 Tornadoes the the obscure,
I IV of Sjiln.: who wuboin of( the making of a real mar- ,
the eccentric and the tragic
In 1605 and died in 1665 Tinge set against the absorb-
( CLUMBEII, bv I'hyllt.x' IIIK account of a doctor faced -down to Its present day
Bradford's fighting Tornado bio Smith. 10-185. "A big pair' i I IIl'l'hUl'k" will be Randy Joy- and bark It up most nny here. withIn/ H-2 ipinnl,, Invt yivr" The -.In", catching! staff HH of American descendant
the challenges a rapidly
grldders are the pick for the I of shoes to fill," la the wily ner. Bill Boloto. 1'11111'I.eod" "I untlel sill nd the boys: WOI'k-// and big.;e thnii:i I BUS:I The in 1116:; will be retaining to A Whitney art in the Virgin i iI
Class A state championshipfor Hurse describes th<> I....... of md Johnny \Vurrun.' Safeties I ed real hard the 10 change \vn 4 nude to avoid i,till!!! the wimp potts Chlh'k1.1- Is In nIs.: Is a talc of several' changing world.
the second according: to( the annual poll next season, \vil': go at giund 8hnnnon.'nyne :McLend\ Hari.v Star game; th.it's a goof Santo Fe and ;M.uc'lpnny, lire 'Tommy ;Mailoy will roae'h, thp same hou..v.A spiteful and bv Jan and Rumer Godden. I nny yon writ fl. Come In and
by the Miami Herald Florida high school football ": will be Wayne teen Onsi'hediili!, ,li.ingp from i I thus iiffcetirg/ the Tot'nailopi' i tutor the varsity defensive \\ho needs someone to really adventures mystery, anl:
squads !I, McLeod, 12-170; Harry H.itch- An"I DieI I II\< ,< iln" ii1\' In't t \.lI' )h the hopping of i a i.itins t m t tinst, iti- play-offs., line and, :Mike Sexton will bp \Imp< IIIM, nnrt) n you I!'. tenrh- t tiauedv: : of their childhood BROOK fountain pen. TELE-
The Tornadoes arc pickedto er, 12.115 aid Billy UiMeito, nit ,tun 1'"it fioiii, ,,,, I I,4, 1 ?, ii'" .IV ci.i, B (!h u'CM c c.nc Spring I.rs i pi Is IM UIXIMI for n in charge; of the offensive line. .01, calm tins, to hi'lp the Kill arty! and following World OKAPII.
( place 10th l I'n< the state I 10155. -quail '-lll(l In)I 11, 1 tli"<, down" i il lit!- ,,nl.hi;' M i (MitHO A ('hoA I MI I I.nl ., over" .1 Class, I Head Com, h David Ititse will An entertaining novel of War ITHE
standings, behind nine Class I "None: Is experienced nnd me, In!' up in I, i i ip Tllllllhll"M nirh.mtt. II tii i, Utuu> I tutor the backfield both w.n lov<< an i suspense BON'APARTES, by -
AA teams. They are also pick- they also have n big pair 01 t -
c1 to-- finish the Benson 1"..". shoes to (fill with loss of Don -;.. -
for the secondeir, I aId Falcon," Huise suys Bi- I
In 1965-66 the Tornadoes lote although young probably i _
won ,the Class A state title will play mostly at halfback C -
and had a perfect 12-0 re'orCl.1! and, back: up the signal! rnllei' I )
This year, as lust they : He could inherit the post the
"f 12 returning lette.imen. and next year.
Coach David HUI'sIs saying!: Haiiouoka wllbe\ Piv id
"If we don't lose any experienced I I i Shannon, 12-170; Paul :Mq-. -- ---- -
returning lettrrmen, I Lend( !" 11-165; Johnny Warren N \
\we can expert to have another 11-MO, and Belote "V.'i fl7k E1
good ball club." I' little depth," Hume says. Other M 1 1 Sf
Work will begin Monday for aspirants are J. Roy Chas: >
the 1968-87 Tornadoes, -- a teen, 11; Charles Norman 11,
team with a big manic to live Buddy Trawk-k. 10 and Bill -
Jp to.For. Adams, 10.Fullbacks. r _
the first two weeks the are Randy Joyner.. I
athletes will go through two 12-163, and Tex Patrick, 10- -
drills dally, at 7 a.m. and 3 165. S
p.m. to avoid the heat of midday Some other boys could -
The opener with Mac- break I into the line-up If they -
clenny, at home this season. I work hard and progress!: "
!Is a month away on September I Hurse Maid Tackle Charles ATThRWILLEGAR
, 16. I Smith, fullback Tex Piitilck, .' ,
"Our strength will be our ,1 t center Robbie Smith, and half-
( experienced line; our weaknessour I bal'),,. Buddy Trawick, and Bill
4 inexperienced. backfield" !I Adams' are prime prospects
I Coach Hurse says who could develop.
1 End will be a strong position -, "Defensively we're probablya MOTORSON
for the Tornadoes despite little weaker. However, we
the loss of Georgia Tech
should still have a pretty good
bound Eddie Douglas There I I defense if our boys come
will be 170-pound Joey Rl'ese.1, through as we anticipate"
a senior; Sandy Sanderson 12- Hurse predicts. The defense
135; Larry Brown, a 6-5 199
I will be a "little weaker" because
pound senior; Plen Gnann. 11- I of the loss of seven
1-10; Paul Smith, 11, and Em- players, stalwarts Butch Redding -
cry Prevail, 11. I I Eddie Calvin
Tackle will be one of the Varnes, Donald Falcon,
Dwight New 1966 Fords Fairlanes
I Falcons MustangsTrucksFor
strongest positions with more Elder, Steve Tilley and Mickey -
depth of any with co-captain i Agner ,
Jim Godwin, 12-19(1( ; Ronnie :
Andy Mayton is slated to
Tomlinson, 12-172; Andy May-
be given n .shot at middle-
10-j I
ton, 11-191; Charles Smith,

Horton.185, L. J.11 Kite, 11, and Jimmy; :j I guard too.all-round Eddie man Stancil will be, a there real' Eight Years We Have Been Serving Bradford, Union and Surrounding Counties With Ford

At guard will\ be oo-cnptnln I

j I Crosby Roger Morgan Chllson,11 12-170 With, ,12-170 Steve and; Lealon Roddy Tilley j Tomlinson les.Jim Defensive Godwin will be ends nnd at.! the will Ronnie tack-he Cars and Trucks - And We\ Can Truthfully Say That You Can Get A Better Deal Right Now

Larry Brown Joey Reese, and
the post won't have as i

will gone much be depth tops.but the first line I I Plen At Gnann linebacker will be Lea- Than Anytime In These Eight Years - Because We Need Used Cars and Trucks That Means

Eddie Stand! 10150Vayne; ton Morgan, Roger Chilson

Blankenship. 12-170. and Rob- Stancil. and Tex Patrick. Cor- \We Can Allow You The Highest Dollar Trade-In On Already Reduced New Car Prices -

r Metal Fabricating Plant See Us TODAY And Drive A Bargain Home!

Set For Lake Butler

A metal fabricating plant ing. .
employing about 33 persons in addition to establishing
will be established soon ns a the Lake Butler plant for fab- Ford Official
result of efforts by the Union ilrating. culverts, Thomas said : Country
County Development Authority the company plans to set upI
I distributorship to serve a Ej.
Announcement of the new I wide area
industry wall made Jointly by f a.Clearance SaleLast
M. O. Langfoid, UCDA chairman I 4 Postmasters ,
and Jack E. Thomas, ,
Attend Seminar
vice president of Thomas Metals I
Inc., the company setting
up and ope..sting the plant. Four Bradford attended County f the call for savings! Buy any '66 Ford, Falcon, Fairlane,

Thomas said the plant will postmasters Training and we'll save plenty! Big selection
fabricate aluminum and steel second annual ( Mustang today you

culvert piping, ranging fram Seminar held at the Unlver- models, colors and equipment!! All at year-end Official
ten Inches to 98 Inches in di- lty of Florida in Gainesville. NEW II CARS AND TRUCKS'of
ameter, and up to no feet In August! 8-9. prices! Hurry get 'em while they last!
length. The four were: T. C. HaPII. /-
Langford said the company's Jr. Starke; Mrs. Mae B
decision to locate in Lake Wells Lnwtey; W H Hick.sBiooker TO CHOOSE FROM
\ Butler followed negotiations ; and Mrs. Mary W J.
, with Thomas Metals resulting Williams, Hampton. ,
1 from an advertisement for Industry Study on a variety of sub- '
placed by the Development lorts filled the two :? ysltli
Authority '\' courses being offered on a'
In the agreement reached finance, mail classification I -
\ Langford said the Authoritywilt personnel, delivery service Mustang Hardtop
provide a site and a build- manpower control: and k 1'-( '
ing lease for the company under a tonal: renter operation Improved 36 MONTHS TO PAY I i
agreement with an op- postal service for local
' tion to buy.
patrons was the objectinof

I r within The, proposed Lake Butler site' Is on located the all courses.The seminar. is a voluntan And We'll Be Right Here To Service 1 '
, road to Providence
(SR-238)) program: In which each post
I It from Is a the 8l-acre plot' running master participates at lit Your New Car When It Needs It!
I highway to an Atlantic own expense with the Po,' r
Coast Line railroad sid I IJ Office Department providin


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Phone 969-32S1 P. O. !Box 23S motors

140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla. Union Counties For Eight Years.TIIURSDY .

We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are

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!SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TJlIAF.On\: T\Hln'>. FI.nittn\. TIII'RSIM Aim.! 11. tlflll! I

I, i- Area Artists Invited To Enter SIN TO HI: nun: 20. startIng' at 7:30: nightlyRev NEEDEU I
\r minn; : MTIST I ,u i i \ ult'i'n 'Unit
Allen R Price. evangelist .
: JW I I ,> \ h.11". I (Ill-.
4 p For s.111:1111: ,, will be held at Rev. Walter Mathls. WAITRESSES, Waiters!, I" nil "Ctiuit '"f
Contest Seal Design Belli 'I I Biptlst: Church on pastor. Everyone welcome Boys Set-up Girls 1 I Klurlda, nt

:lll1d.IY.! Aug. 14, from 2 to 5 Hostess and Bakery ., ",. A. II

Starko, area artists are in- [ cash award will h(' pu'"i-nlcil, ( p. m. The Bukei County REVIVAL SERVICESAT Some paid vacation (' >;;, I. \ I .for of rlem-Mnn-

\ )t'd', I to o tcr the. annual com- for the best design; fioin I Inis slime/ will be piesent and LONG BRIDGE puny Insurance, pay I Bonrd of

:t: : t l>,'tttion", for the Christmas' 11'ea. the public is cordially Incited Revival! services will start after 90 days. See Mrs!' I u "1 .., Klorlrlu,

: si-iil design, according to :Miss Deadline for design. ;: iMilniMfrom Sunday Aug. 14. at Long';' non after 11 a. m. at \ t I t "r Hunting I

i' Louise Fasten managing this it) St't t'Iiii'I, Bridge Baptist Church and at .. I I
-........--, Mm\ atolL' < nE"IVS"RVU'fS; : Raroada Inn ( ( I 'lint)3a
rtlu'ctor of the Tuberculosis 6. continue through Sunday. tf I 2t 8/11
i & Respiratory Disease Assoc- All entries wil be il'ipl' IV""'"! AT I.M: :K .IIn.PTIST:::/ I Aug. 21. Rev.. Percy Knight

i itlon, \ of Northeast Floilda at various Im'alIOI1..$ nniinul 1 EMI; i 1'''ceo iptist Church:i will assist Rev. Harvey Lanein

r' .. :Miss I Kstcs: said this is the the <-ltv from Sept t'iiiht'i'' I I.! I I"i will\ luld revival services conducting the services' I

0 '4 \ ... J... /first. year the Starke\ area has September 1 7. I.ol'nl' .fudKiiK, / August: 15 through August: each night at 8 o'clock.INSURANCE II GLASS

: I hud, such a contest. A $250I will begin on :\IomlllSl'pt.. .

\ I Ik hJ..1 I not been' to church I 20.The four best denijfns. si'li-rt-,.. "If It"

) :.' -' .4 111('"' I came home from the ed by the judges will bo .ti ,il DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .,
t4 foi NEED
( to New York City 111-"
hOMP'lal. But I was very
!)APP and still am happy. 1 tional Judging A $I.ffl)0 rush: Sl'ARIE-I'JlOXE 961-2600 We Fronts
is offered by the National -

4T : 'i&i 'lias Adm'iiistratlon'ordered by to the Veterans come to prize Tuberculosis) Assoilii-. ; KEYSTONE'; HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 Fo

I tlon for the best. ; Indlinapolls, \ for an examination -' !
I '-
imitted by an artist oV< -
The Doctor said I was
; all best design. will uppoir t on Rental Services -
In excellent condition no the 1D68 ChrHtm. Si''il!.

."". I more pills, and to go home Contest rules unit 1111'111.-' HOSPITAL BEDS I WHEEL CHAIRS CO.

.. and have a happy summer. tlon are available fnun' t tin'' Tuberculosis "

I ao: back next January for A..of'ial. t I I inn' I 1 ti it> !I'; CRUTCHES

.... another checkup So at this Ahhley Street .1..1. k< ."nmilli, 1313 N.W.4th PI. FU2-4353:

.. 1E moment I am so happy I amwciHHniy I

... : ., r\n air Whnonpp -
.. n'
.. My" granddaughter took \

Can't You Do Anything Right? me to New Castle to /get my XL .,zo.tiecae: ;'

hair combed up pretty. Her I _ .
name 1st April and. now Wed-
: Complete" ) with fresh (.1 Imlroits, two National Guard ()C4 Juniors get helpful. i npsdiv we both are going to

: hint* on llii'ir first. ICNHOII' In how to 'v\a..h anti polish u IIIFHH kit from a couple, of I have our hair fixed:! Tha

senior l'011dllllltt." (light uniforms. ). All four are .ttergeantH In thn Sturke National weather man says it i is going

: 4.1'iinl; unit und are (from left): David 1 Bennett, Roy Durban, Franklin Slurllng I to be hot but we do not

: anil, Hubby Crawford. The Nnllnnal I Guard ()('S I It now In full swing at Ill.iiiillnganil mind. '

.. V.III be ollma\e ulth "lilue Ceremonies". for the 123-member graduating& (.luv. It rained early this mornIng -
I and cooled the air so I'
E on Snnil.ijug.. 2 I. nicelY. I caught some rain 20 .i>r

  • ante; and this afternoon I (minimum < li.i rge( < ) I 1,00 I'er uanl ____________...______. .03 '1.:>0 per' ..
    washed all the hair spray If nut puiil, III .Jdvinirilii'jiil '- ___ __ !1.2:>
    at Clay Hill when I did for Cards of Thanks. : Up to CO words
    out o' my hair and brushedIt t'tsk'd. |. |, or blind ada..
    $1.23 .
    the children back then were per "
    : I If they good. I love the feel ot (minimum clmrgB) _____________ 1.2.: (minimum charge) _________..__-. 2.50
    deal to as \veicmy
    as me
    [L I
    rely own. Now I am (clean soft hair and that I.:lull iKlililiuniil,, worth over 20) _____ .0( :> Over 50 words: per word________.. .0;;
    makes! me feel happy. I hava
    Ii proud of them and their
    a shower out in the laundry.r .
    I families! We were like 01U'bll1' tak a shower these hot Insurance Problems? HASTINGS'; ; :MATTRESS\ I !: WORLD
    I wHi that the
    family. evenings{ then I have the big & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED RATES MOBILE HOME any
    all the :\I.n I'rum"KEYSTONE"
    eriura garqess AfoftrG school could have been kept AUTO, FIRE, BOAT
    fan on and watch TV with 710 I.vnum St. I'aUtka M. A.
    going\ at Clay Hill Gabby at my feet' He goes to ; ,' Furniture Repaired DOYLE K.!: CONNF.R Must sacrifice 10 representa-

    My good Editor\ and wife sleeo early as he is like a George E. LaRue & Hefinished INSURANCE AGENCY Mobile Home located Box 626

    :. Wherein: I enjoy the sum- I can !see' the apartment !Have cently a They pleasant sent surprise me; child. he cannot hold his Keystone Heights :MATTRESSES Upholstered\ : REIJUILT ttchg North side of Lake Bedford :: tfcng

    mer days, as I note nature where Aunt Polly and I stayed berry and mayhaw re-\\ eyes open. In fact, he Is Consultant For All Your j!i New Innersprinff1!" just off S.U. 100.Thit
    asleen now lying at feet. Tools
    ;;: and the crops as they grow :!. Now she has passed on I made from the home Ha! He Is a good:! watch dog Insurance NeedRepresenting {N I!I and Box Springs MARY QARTERPAINTS !: home is extra

    and I see signs of Autumn. and things can never be quite ben'If they had pIcked. It Is and we have fun. I talk to I I Iri) ,> I I's' A t.iril' or Call and has several For

    .. I need not shout my faith. the "time She was a lovely :ielictous! >I and came In gOD I him and he seems to know Great American Ins. Co. ;I IMI.AIK\; .\ 5-9166 will finance for Tooto
    : Thrice and a good Christian. I condItion. I have toast butter ; Saw
    eloquent person The Travelers Ins. ('u.
    what I say. I feed him Gra- I\lIto;. I'I'GOSII.f.I.ER: sponsible person.
    the I learned much from her. I jelly day and I I : Systems.
    and every
    Are nuiPt trees and green Tel 473-4S02 Day I
    vev Train and quite a bit ohamhurg. 2I1) Ailkins: St. be seen this weekend.Lois
    : gllMenl'ig sod; West called me on the telephone think of Florida and Gene 473-4325 Nltes I : Engine*
    He eats it raw and SlllrklI'l'nt Powell Jr.No.
    I Tale
    Hushed are the stars whose a week or so ago to : and Haz1.). I thank them so cooked both. I pay 65c a Auto lire Home Business* Line or Service
    Is never spent see how I was getting along. much for a taste of Floilda I Complete : Ave.
    power ; pound! for hamburg It Is extra -I I\lont'hly I Payment I'l.m ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS I
    -: The hills are mute: yet they Hli \oire sounded good He Is It has been hot here and good but Cabby is not built to older Mach'ne' work ofPAINTS I -

    speak of God.Charles a fine young man and a pro- real Sllm 1P1'Vhen it is so ANDSUPPLIES 381 tfch4.
    an ordinary dog and Is worth ONE STOI'MASONRY Boat :Motor and Pump repairs. Attractive 2
    ;: Hanson Towne duct of Clay Hill School. hot. I do not exercise much buvln good meat for. BIOMIRepair Shop. Rt. 1, Reduced -

    Last' year at this time I They tell me that Clay ,I and lust keep cool. First Whoopee. '! '; SKKVICi: : Box :iG3. Staike fKlngsley! room home situated on 4 ; 3 bedroom

    : was in Florida I enloyed my Hill School will be closed> and i time in my life that I have Lake tfchg tract 2 acres tillable and I : and un
    stay \\tth West Griffis at the the child.en' taken to Orange! had a chance to take life easy La'-t Saturday was a lovely n"It.lly11": nil l/rn ('",,- For All_Purposes acres pines. fenced, and du

    funeral) home and Aunt Polly '- Park and other schools. So when so hot. I manage to morning: so Gabby and I got reto Block; nil tvpi-, Sunil,; WANTED -- Rural acrea e. building.. Reduced to $ St. Phone
    liP, at 5 o'clock. By 5:30: we I'reiHHt ..
    : Ian, Just !see' the lovely I time makes changes and keep cool. as I drink ice tea .lnt'I. KvervtliiiiBnwettMiiry I Got> I location for homes VINYL for quick sale. I t :' tfchgI
    walking down the road
    were < fur concrete m..-
    i fune' .l home with Its pretty Clay Hill School days only a and stay near the big fan. Shut d Mitchell P. O, flax No. 421Klngslcy I
    ) Phone 969-
    ,I The sun was Just up nonry "ciHittmetlnii.'
    T red ':iipat and lovely drapes memory. I am glad I taught Sunday I went to chinch, :MB Hi I OB9-3281 l tfchg! Upholstering Lake lake ,
    and the birds were singing \%'o will meet any prleei on summer home. 4 rooms, tfchg

    and 1 flowers by the road side all mnterliiNilliin I I l itriulfonl !- MARRIED COUPLES WANT- Material large enclosed screen :

    ': I The blue coin flower Is now County .\'sl.n 1'1"11.1.UAIN'I'IN !. Fl J) fur Cottage Parent woik Bath and boat houses. dg'O'I'I'I H. WILLIS
    ./ D G E IN
    in bloom and Queen Anns : <}H''.\f.1 fY.nnAIWOJU \\ ill also t iko single persons Values To $10.00 ate dock Call for terms : :/ FOR THE f

    ,/ I Jace. They bloom by the \lin tnt 1101 miLlie ,'" 10th grade "

    ., .' .. ioad"lde and GabbY has to ENGINEERING; > Age/ 21--l I. St.iti. Retirement $3 YARDKINGSLEY price.STROUT RF.II'211 \" TRADE TRADE

    i A i smell of everything. He has : CO. Social Security! 2 weeks paid 'f N. Temple Ave. 4tchg 8/19

    snore fun and gets so excited.. I Ph. 9 t-2)21; Starke vacation sick leave .benefits' IV. S. 3011] I

    I hate. to laugh There is anew I COMB OUT TO TirR OLD !Shifts: 'inn from 6:30: n.m. toL, LAKE HOUSE I Phone 969-3491. : CUPS ,

    house going!: up by tne 2:30: p m.: 2:30: p.m. to 10:30: Write call V. Q
    for sale. or 50 value -
    --- ? I mk fch ifflfflTTft''iWjii 64 j AMI m jtiJiiT Trading: Pont and bum-n- a- : i I
    I iiml 10'JO to 6:30
    rO'lciolde. We walked 134 p.m. p.m. : ,
    Drawer 1148
    McCoy: Jr. P. O. Bradford
    round. Toil( will find! h.It'J..lln; COTTAGE or Site for .
    milesown!, the road. Then,> n.m. In genei",,il mnrrled( rotip- 376-7290 Gaines tt
    you cant iifrmil I to fill" mi I Irontn.t or phone Trailer! for Rent Shade:
    ,los work shift. Please
    is a 'Y" at the end of the on sirne
    ville. Flu tfchg
    ;i general run of fuiniliitelci"- Personnel Office. Sun- and good wa te$10\ 00 and
    I ...A road There Is a post that I trie sinks. wale,
    | appliances I month. A. J. Thomas and
    land Training Center. Gaines- wom-
    touch to be sure I have the I SING ER: 1UAL0MTIC
    wash tools. '
    pumps, potH ra. Tel. 9645701.
    vllle SIt Bond at
    .. 4tchg
    light mileage! Then I eat an dlos, refrigerators hubi, p". CONSOLE MODEL Sewing 8/11

    r.1"1I orance" and walk back which I boats, also metal roofing, I lumber ALL TYPES: of lawn mowers :Machine. Must place in your I I 3tchg
    : ", '"" add up to 3'I. miles. Then I windows just nbout nny- nnrl saws, machine sharpened. I, area. A-I shape Zig Zaga, BEST MOTEL- : I Ford. good

    -. ,... ..__.. am :happier too. I thing: you are looking for. \V(' Calvin J hn.s, 332 N. Water I buttonholes, fancy, designs IN FLORIDA. 14 well I car.. Call
    Sold for $300. |
    From Nebraska comes buy sell and trade 2'j' miles Ph. niil-ltll I ttchg etc. new over ::30. a964\ -
    ed units
    TV -
    .L Lime chocolate Delicious north of Starko: on :301 Leonard MUST SACRIFICE. Just pay I tf chg

    : Dessert "a can of a 12-oz. I and Rubv Orlfrls FOR RKNT:; Lovely 2 story I balance, $32 or assume $8 Crane plumbing. tile ..... i
    Bates etc
    spreads ( '
    evaporated milk. 2 packagesof home of Kingsley Lake. 4 monthly payments. Will take I children. In

    lime jello 3 hot RF.GISTI'RI'D: : PROFKSRtO.V-; beilinoms. I1. bith Available older machine In trade. Call quarters. equipped with : Richardson,

    :: i= : ;. _! water) : 'I.;4 cup orange cups and I AL NURSKS: NI<:fl'r DUTY Sept I to .J.....,,, 1. $175 per\ mo. Credit Manager. COLLECT I orama, Norge range. Hot 1-;. Washing

    .. : lemon Juice, 1 cup sugar For ONLY U-12 anal 1 12i i l.">11 I Call ( ,lmeM 'lI1c. FR 2-2793. I Jacksonville' 333-1948, any- washer, Hot Poiin dryer I 3tp 8/18

    : the crust: cups chocolate be rotirdeil Residents all I 2tohg 8/11 foet on U.S. 301. Priced! )
    : !
    -_ H"' "...;: wafer\ crumbs! and 13 cup clinical areas except obstetrics FOR SALE 3 bedroom CB sell. Reasonable terms to : CORPOR-

    ._. .:.#if, I melted oleo. Chill the milk Stalling salary $380: house with cArport. Pinehaven I II WILL CARE FOR CHILD In''' sponsible buyer Write I ; and fu--

    and bowl and beater until monthlv 40 houi wl'I'k. six Subdivision< Small equity and! I my home. Mrs. Jackie Hicks, phone Bill Summers the follow

    INGRAM VAULT AND MEMORIAL COMPANY : Icy cold. Then beat the milk paid Ii.lldays, 12 days| paid' I low monthly pnvment-s. TeleI ,I 624 N. Chunh St. Phone 934.I Tel. 964-5S01 4tp : "A" Tool

    I until stiff. Dissolve the Jello I Annual Leave 11 umulitlve I phone day 116 1-5131: night I 6821. Itp l Draftsman\ ,

    in the 3 cups of hot water Sick Leave" 'meals tint 1 1.inn-:E 'IHM-BOni; 4tp I S! 18! ,! -.' -'. flt'fl %..flIP_ "flCO "'A'.T. REGISTER: NOW FOR "' Aircraft As-
    :: OPENS OFFICE IN STARKE and sugar and fruit Juice dry optional minimum I trA.LOL Cas1' VJLb' rn ADULT CLASSICS St; I Work-
    Whe. Jello is beginning to 'o"t'l FOR SALE 300( ) gal. fuel and ADULT CLASSES. Starting
    insurance pijroll I.'dlll.t date September 6. Courses ,. : condition
    it and fold in the '.torn':e tank. $35: 6 hoiseWi.i date September 6. Courses to
    set; State Rotirement nml! RoclilSei \: weeks each Mondays run 18 weeks each, :\ starting pay
    .... _. beaten evaporated milk For ci Outboard motor. $43; run 18 No contract
    .c. benefits. to Director Write
    "' '" urity Applv through!! Thursdays
    Mos' lathers are probably fI ''' \ ThurlldaY8.Vrlte Local -
    .,, !" I( t. <. the crust mix the chocolatpwarPl' Unit t. niniine plywood hard- through
    Nil Siinlimlrrnininjt l' cal Drawer
    have of "141''* Drawer 100 Director
    : ,
    proudAlien they a son Director
    : crumbs with melter" w'>0(1 l frame. has lights for Corp-
    Center I PO Fla
    tloipitiil Starke 32001 In<
    who IIOOSPS to follow in abusinr Fla 32091, indicating!
    night; lishlng $I.". all in A-I Starko.
    In P
    butter and a Airport,
    press pan Box 1150. f.llnl': "III I p. Kliir- courses wanteri. 6tchg
    'OIlwanted. Btehg
    which he established ( \ !
    : lomlilion Ph. P69-1752. Ned
    i by 14. Pour Jello over top 1 ida. r .">ne 37B-"iSSI:; Up R I 11 I ,) ,'" Itchg./:
    BIT can you imagine a and chill. Serve with Drearrwhlo Coleman Oiiffia Loop.
    wanted to Gainesville
    ;: fathe. pitde:: when his! eight FOR SALK OR RKNT:: : with' 4tp 825 HIDE F'LACIFOr.: SALE 320 : : Per
    29. 8 to
    children all follow in his HELPFUL HINTS: Clear 'iptlon. to buy :3 J hl'rh'onl1rn' \ \ Start August Church St. Jeff Lewis, All company
    2-30: Call 9B4-7984 2tp 8 11
    Bel-Air : 964-6092
    FOR SAtE 1960 Phone 2tp8
    : footsteps tooth brushes In soda watei house. reened' pl>!'l'h.! f..n..1 l starting

    Tha is the history behind Whe> changing a tire looser buck yar'l. hirrtvvrmil, I fi..o's.. Chev.. red 2 door. HT, AT.WVV. FOR RENT 3 bedroom depending

    JesMe E In 11 lam. who hi'' _____ the nuts before Jacking ur 1372 Blnmlitii. Rt I'aown<'I' Ritll Excellent con house 2 baths 664 N. Water MAMA: PRIEST: 1<1'I:1: : > to 45. Ap-

    : oppnrd anothei) Ingram the car. The wheels won' ,mill ointv( anti 1I..UI1$10\ ;
    Vault .and :Memoilal Com turn. monthly pivmont. ('onlad: i ?7R4 :2tr! 53:1-1 527 !>l. Walnut St. Itp\ ings. Also day care Sam. to

    : pany l'i! Staike. the llth city I leave wltrlove lames. p. Sunders' 2201 I Hull I St chg IApARTrF.'IT : 2tchg 8/18
    So you now IIFIIJ\BLE Baby Sitter ::
    to host an Tngiam. family Rd. Klnaton :N:. C. Phone :%..ntf. : WAITRESS WANTED apply ,
    and a prayer rd Kfystone Area. Call 473-
    l varieties,
    SI3. Garden Rentnu- :
    in at
    hjrK person
    : firm. Oo-d:\ bless you every one. : n5(1Iu'lt( : l be over 18. Part i rant tfchg : : : for rent 1< : t and up. Un-
    "'Eveiv! one of mv brothers !
    LURA H!-: FOR YOURSELF I'lO'eeteit -' time. n-nrk Itchg : stone Heights 203 Christ-
    and 1..II'rs havrlemilned' in : Single female, .school .
    ::: "' Bay
    General Electric
    on )In !ice viewing: ,, "- :\
    .. this ous'ness' since our father 1f .J..' ''creena you,) inn see vvhv jourar R1JPpI.E'rlYOUR:: INCOME ': Television! 2V: cher or couple Bertioom, 2tp 8'18

    : established It over forty years shimmied. wobhll''I.1n.t!', : OS year old national i good condition. conSOle'j I chen-Llving room, hath,
    ago In Ashforri. Ala." said : -Ights you !>\'<"I'y inch of the mlvci tlied concern ,has openIng 1 tral heat. Call Keystone : : color GE

    Ingram "They now .own '" ...,. WRY Our John risen Visualn-: in St.uke No investment 3056. Sti-hgf S : matching re-
    firms in Ciestview. QUinCY '-V necessnry! :\ "'I.te! C. R Ruble, FOR SALE- S room houseon I Both for
    ; I :Mr. Ingram puts final touch t to setting Memorial: in er's 'Benm-of-Lljht" noeu-
    Tallahassee and Marianna. / Watklns Products, Inc. Dept. lot approximately 100'xlSO' I 473-4733.
    II racy is ready to work for von. SHETLAND PONY Pro
    well Ashfoid Santa Fe Cemetery near Starke. "' ; S-2 P. O. Box No. 2U7. Memphis on N. Orange St. See Mrs O I < Itp
    : Florid ns as See for yourself ('ome in for 1! ductlon Sale -
    : I Tenn. 38102 C. Geiger\, 501 N. Orange St.
    Tthe home office)I. Dothan..
    \ free alignment check unv- i i Farm. Florahome \
    : and Eii'n-piise. Ala. Then I 'We li.uc; always W Irked 'Mil)\ a avinus( which is'l !'I .ime. FIRF$;TO\lE.; _I I 2tpSlS 91i :2tp SIS |1100 between Starke and Angus-type". Itchg

    have a "ousin! who owns a that wav; Our family has always ,relic (n ''I l livei( prices to' A. C. SLADE licensed!' -plumber -I ]latka. Saturrtiy: August 20

    : tlrm In Panama City and been': a tight. cooperative (din i,,. :l' i J: V\FHPEL BALANCING:; : : sivea i I 027! N. \\nlnut Street cabinet mnker. Baker 2 p.m. 2tp :

    Defuniak Springs and a nephew '::01.1)Ve! don.t hi ,Itite Th'" Tn .: am Vault andMemorial tire dollars, adds driving om- I Three bed! room frame dwelling Bradford Hind! Clay County: | have been I
    ort might even save It's
    in Tallahassee to pi'"h In and help one another : Company. ar your I for rent Adults preferred Phone 289-4491 tfchg Lustre.
    'ife Get a fast. accurate hnlanc i FOR SALE- 1 Rent electric
    ro pets $ItO 00 per month. A. I roll-wny !
    : Mr Ingram's business. :Mr Ingram Raid 1 auUioi.' :41! dealer in this '
    '1./! /; Ing free check-up with picir J. Thorn. Realtor. Tel. 9845701 ( FOR SALE 19S3 Olds. 8S! and mattress $10: 2 Starke Hard
    which I h located on North Ingi am explained that thitcloap a refc'l': 'the OooiKla :MarbleCompii .,
    > equipment, at FIRESTONE Sedan like new condition! See ators work good $13 each : Itchg
    : Temp:: Avenue across from (dOetatlon) I is of importance n manufactured an'
    I William Sllcox 1 mile east of gas heaters $5 each; 1 ,
    Tempi Motel is in the pro. : to his prospectiveCII'Itonlpl'S sold (vei 2500 burIal vaults .
    Starke on Highway 16 after :5 bed and 2 mattresses $10:
    : '(tress of nlaiglnn, his facilities I as well as to himself i last year GEORGE Reiilv to come II Enjoy Truly Outdoor Living I I' p m. Itp large trunk $8; 1 double : fur I

    in Starke in order tot I "We all order our stone "Pe.plc don have to wor- home 'but first get the brakes CUSTOM\'! SCREENENCLOStTREI and springs, $7.50. and (' : this week

    better serve' the people of and materials together andhave ly aoou< not being able to fixed. FIRESTONE: : is havinga ; FOR SALE ,by owner 4 be
    Bradford County Right now I them delivered to one' get the ,tone they desire. because BIG BARGAISSST brake service special Let-< 1 From |I room house and workshop on Ph. 9645951. at Key-
    X :tKE STORES s-lve ourselves a good "brake GAINESVILLE AWNING: : two lots. Chain linked 1 I' ftp
    the Starke office!! is being I centinllv ;.ocated shop Fiom, n'l: I have to do Is fence,

    suppli'vl! with the finished theie' uM: of us pick up out pick u:' the phonp and I can CHE('} 'E>t I THE I SALLY ,i I COYou'll I I Klngsley Village. Phone !t :V
    5 get" fine" Quality ScreenIng FOR ; '
    'product bv the, Lake City of- Individual orders and pay our obtain ,i"I:ivtlilna ftom a small 2822. Itchg RENT2 bedroom : model 56
    "S.H OPP I .E.RT'f'.1'ST FOR SALE4 horaes-gentle F.xpel'UIn tall..t and l nished house also 3
    flee 01 other! of his jelitlves'' >hal I'' ,,.' the bill This allows liemi i'I'" to a 12-ton inuu- \ power steer-
    2 used for hinting :M! ,m" Full" r a,u urn''t' 1 and l at FURNISHED APARTMENT: unfurnished house Within' .. 203
    In the Memorial business u, to -11'1' tiemendiusly> on ole in I IPd Ad I ,\ '" p. -'IePh\ !9 <>-l2fll i.r 7'' "POOR ROY PRICES"!' for rent 400 S. Water St. Ph. I walking distance to hopr f\>(1-3354

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    BTAKHK, "'LOILIITIIURSD.U'. AUG.; 11, 1966(!


    ? "It can't get any wetter- .eglslature to control all

    only deeper! ," is the! guying Industrial activities such as

    Vg&j&ffifo-: these! days around the Law- mining. which change the

    tey area! us the rains con- nature of the land.

    m i fev -- < tinue to break records! and .

    t >VSEM IWmltv J- threaten to equal or surpass A former Bradford County

    the wet wet year of 1949. resident Thornton Hartley

    These days we are measuring went out fishing recently,

    rainfall around our place not for fish, but to give his

    not in inches of rain fallen! outboard motor a needed

    but inches above our ankles woikout The result he
    mlM' I landed an 8 Mi lb. baas the

    Our tobacco farmers! who By Sam McGarvey biggest. he ever caught In hU

    managed to raise a crop this life.

    year have done well at the .
    I door writer. and he said he
    market One of them said he And speaking of outboard
    I fished the place one time
    got an average of 68 cents a motors It looks as though
    and got chased out by a
    pound and at that rate the we'll have to put one on our
    'gator that was larger than
    golden brown ttuff\ gets Intoa lawn mower so It can navigate -
    his boat. He said he caught a
    deep green color In a hurry the ponds on our place.
    bass and that the !gator came
    ...-.-.. And If the rains keep up. we
    , Y after the bass and then at
    'lIW' might just take a rod and
    t .
    ""' (,{'1 the boat and that he got out
    Jf ( .N aS Looks as though we may reel along and do some fish-
    f of there in a splashing huiry
    get an agriculture center at ing while mowing. Althoughthe

    the fair grounds complex water Is getting a little

    which will house all related And speaking of recreation too deep for that and we

    agencies and': put the fair, there was a meeting recently might have to do some ski-
    What/ The Doctor Should PrescribeFor out at Live Oak attended
    & $ the farmers market and the Ing In back of the mower.

    'ng" offices all In one complex by various county .

    An Ailing Patient Call StreetLet's We understand the commissioners of the area Come to think of It, we
    --- E'
    h ',OF ei wer farmers are solidly in backof one means of preserving the may have to put pontoonson

    the Idea. Suwannee River against! pol the Puddle Jumper because -

    lutlon Another one was held slithers
    every time it
    face it ities!' demolition, or other work con- We hear there is an E'ffortundel'Wa not long ago on similar stepsto and churns out our drivewaywe

    tributed to the project operation. prevent the spoiling of the
    } to have a water- think It will get stuck
    Call]) Street la ailing. way deepened between SantaFe St Johns so it appears that .
    Under the other formula the Fed-
    people are becoming
    The patient already severely pock- Lake and Bonnett Lake aware And guess what we hearda
    eral share is three-fourths of the net of the danger of industrial
    a little one lying westward.
    farmer talking about this
    marked with developed
    vacantbuilcling-itis, project cost with such cost computedon The Idea Is to tie in the lat- wastes spoiling our water-
    another sympton this week week: Irrigation! It doesn'tseem
    a basis which eliminates the locality's ter with Santa Fe. and the, ways.

    with the moving? out of a large depart- administrative, legal survey, and Increase the area open for S. S possible that we'll ever

    ment store to "greener pastures" planning expenses from the project "1 outdoor recreational pur- Here at home our Brad- have to worry again about a

    where adequate parking space is provided cost. The second formula was enactedby : poses. ford County Board of Soil drought-but, as the saying

    and Water Supervisors have goes "it's bound to stop
    an act of 1957 with a view of eliminating -
    We discussed the idea with written the state
    agency! raining sometimeIt always
    But still the patient can be savedif time-consuming Federal review -
    Frank Phllpott an area out- asking that steps be taken by has.
    of local planning and "
    the doctors will go to work without survey ,
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    further loss of time. project administrative expenses.In I
    The disease that's afflicting the old addition to capital grants for In a cool dry place that can

    girl is a common one, and becomingmore specific projects, grants may be made be locked. To avoid accidental -
    NEWS And
    prevalent every day. for community-wide plans to delineate KIRK COUNTRY IS HEARD FROM NOTES f "ihr' near. foods poisoning or medicines never ,store

    So prevalent in fact that the synd- ment.areas These needing Federal urban grants renewal are treat-limit- dollar up from anyone who ida, He has no ties that will For Today' Homemakers PICNIC How to OUTING entertain young-

    icated columnist, Joseph Alsop, is de- ed to two-thirds of the cost of prep- I wishes to support our philosophy' prevent him from admlnls- By Martha Sue McCain sters on birthdays and spec-

    voting a series of articles to its diag- teeing his own sincere philosophy -
    aration or completion of such com- ial occasions is an easy decision -
    Mr. Thomas stated that I
    nosis and treatment. renewal County Extension in summer. Nine times
    munity programs. our present Governor spent The other Robert King
    Home Economics out of ten
    I Agent they'll vote for a
    "The right for all Americansto one million dollars and the High a red-haired stripling
    way Under this provision the commun- picnic or cookout. Foods that

    look at the desperate American urban ity can select a planner who will as- Democratic nominee a half of a boy who has grown up. go with outdoor eating are
    To. Oene Matthews million but failej::! to ask or who rides in a jet plane as
    problem is simply to think of our sist with the administrative work and PESTICIDES SAFE WHEN icide Is ever put on the market abundantly available this
    speculate on where THEY !gracefully as a swan kisses I
    cities Editor,; Bradford County USED PROPERLY it has been thoroughlyand season.
    great as very important patients will also guide the community in up- got it or why. hislfe tenderly in public I
    Telegraph, So often we speak of the extensively tested for To keep the menu both
    in a very expensive hospital, writes dating its workable program.A On the subject of family I is Mayor of Miami and a
    dangers and side effects of years by qualified experts varied and simple it pays to
    Mr. Alsop. Dear Sir "loyal Democrat" follow -
    : life; either Mr Thomas hasa so will
    master plan for community pesticides( Maybe we forget The homemaker can be con- be an early bird and get picnic -
    a of his blindly the policies set
    short cafe
    With reference to the let- memory
    In pointing out the importance that they can and are used fident that the foods she plans in motion ahead of
    will generally consist of land use maps ter in the July 14 IMBue by of ethics only applies to Republ1ca up in Washington.
    to our advantage. buys are safe and nutritious time. Fry the chicken on a
    the cities to the national economy, he topographical maps studies, of the A. J. Thomas Sr. entitled! s._ The records show There Is one more fact. Pesticides_used .according and best of all. the insects cool morning or evening
    -suggests-we "start-tXyrefcognizing that business that he was an ardent sup- Miami has what is known as
    downtown district street High Prake For High- to directions are reliable and diseases have not madea then wrap and store In the

    they are not merely a major source of surveys! studies of major traffic arter- Mr Thomas gave as his porter of Fuller Warren fo: the Metro or City Manager and safe. Americans are bet- mess of them. freezer until the day of the

    the national wealth ; they are also the ies and approaches to the community first reason for supportingthe Governor and A
    sole source of the wealth of the met- offstreet parking requirements for the candidacy of Robert for President both divorced the Mayo Is regarded( as a of foods with less cost to the be summed up with I travel to the picnic site still
    mere flguiehead
    ropolitan areas that extend for hundreds downtown business district and King High! for Governor men.Yes consumer than any other these four precautions/: : follow frozen and you will be assured -
    pro- he is active in his we have two candi- After evaluating the
    that can-
    of miles beyond each city's lim- country in the world largely the directions on the label of a fresh appealing
    of items into future
    jections these the church and teaches Sunday dates. Claude Kirk.: the Republican didates I would have to sup
    because time.
    of our modern pesticides ; use carefully; store main dish at serving
    its. for the next 20 or 30 years. The School. an attoiney. dignified port Claude Kirk for Governor carefully: and dispose of Potato salad is another

    What he is saying about the great planning program familiarly knownas Claude Kirk is an Epis- with a touch of humor on November 8. The hazard to man from containers carefully make-ahead dish that mustbe

    701, is administered through the copal Church member! and intelligent conservative efficient Yours chemical residues :cept well-chilled For
    cities, holds true, on a lesser scale, sincerely on pro- The major cause of pesticide
    and in
    Florida Development Commission. was active In raiding funds Kenneth E. Hagar cessed food is almost nonexistent accidents involving chil- fresh flavor-hold out some
    with smaller cities and towns. Eachis
    chairman of the building reorganization anl::! opera-
    as Pesticides and their dren or pets is the careless of the mayonnaise or salad
    the major source of wealth in its Another boon to the city is the fact fund' committee for con- tion of big business such as Route 1. Box 8 use are strictly enforced by storage of pesticides. Keep dressing when preparing at

    trade area, as well as the major sourceof struction of All Saints he regards the state of Flor- Biookci. Florida to the
    that public funds now being spent or ._ federal laws. Before a pest- these chemicals out of reach home. Take it along
    tax revenue to its county. Therefore spent during the past three years for Church in Jacksonville... u.ne I- picnic in a separate chilled

    when a city or town shows even the construction such as schools streets served for two years as container and fold Into the
    chairman of the Promotional salad just before serving.
    slightest symptom of declining health, facilities etc. become accrued
    sewer ,
    it is time for the doctors to call a con- Department for the Episcopal Salad greens shourd be
    credits to the city's account and may Diocese of Florida. He t '' washed and prepared at

    ference and seek a remedy. be used to apply against the city's was in charge of two Episcopal .Y f i'r/' / home and stored in plastic

    The doctors in the case of Starke share of the cost: of future urban renewal missions and conducted \ wrap or in the bowl you planto

    two; lay services each Sunday serve from Cover it tightly -
    are our city officials, and the remedy, programs. '1 <
    In addition he completed r f i ) and keep it cool of course.
    as we see it, is urban renewal start-
    Starke, has experienced consider!' a three year term on the Add tomatoes cucumbers or

    ing with a long range planning program able construction of this type duringthe Vestry of All Saints Episcopal other salad Items when it's

    for which matching Federal Church In Jacksonville eating time.

    funds are available. past three years-and with lots Mayor High l.s pictured as For a hearty menu a hot

    more coming in the immediate future a "true and loyal Democrat dish of baked beans may be

    True the doctors will first have to -should have sufficient accrued cred and that there is doubt in Oi-der Wrap the hot cas-

    obtain the consent of the patient's"next about the loyalty of our present serole In double layer of
    its to its share of a planning
    pay pro-
    of kin"in this governor because he was
    case its citizens a foil then In several laversof
    the voters -and it is hoped gram as well as any specific urban renewal reluctant to support the National newspapers for Insulation.

    , that this consent will be given in the project. Little, if any outlayof : Democratic ticket in .1. and It will stay warm 2.3
    10(54! ( He Is reported to have ._
    all important referendum authorizing actual cash should be necessary. said he lost 40 000 votes In hours. Pack hot and carrying cold
    t foods in separate
    participation in urban renewal pro- Thus the old argument that "we can't doing so We must respec containers! Insulated ron-

    jects, which will be voted on in the him for preferring to be a
    afford to put up our share of match- talners help kp food fresh
    September 3,3 city election. loyal American and also to
    OUT OF Cornonthe -cob roastedover
    ing funds" seem invalid under show loyalty to his :500.000

    After this authorization is given, this provision. supporters the coals is easy If YOU

    the city can proceed, and should pro- The picture Is quite clear, TlniMUM' when .Htnrkn, bounty! it Ktutrnldi reputationIn :s;...-ond' row (I-rt) :stpriihrr.; | "f"'r..t..ry-tl'f01t.mr..r. ; Uull.muimgir prepare the ears at home

    ceed with all due Reduced to its simplest terms urban that to be a "loyal Demo- the baseball. world lOot wltm-wt thin ID.'H! photo. of One !Rood wav Is to peel the
    haste to get its ; nlt.-h, 1st base; Kpjxrson, plt'h..r and Held husks without detaching
    workable renewal means teamwork by the crat" one must support theradic'il. the North lorldu. Comity LFUKII/ *. (Immplon, .
    plan recertified, making it minuiger/ ; Harvey pitcher. ; Jones' outfield, .... them. and remove the silks.!
    citizens of and the Fed- ) socialistic tax and First. ; .rrylllllll.1ltd'r
    community l-ri
    eligible for participation in the urban a row ( ) I Sparkitinn fllt..r.. : ( ",,,'lan..l..
    renewal program.On eral government to: spend policies of the present .; J. Hall, 3rd base Redgrave, ontllelil...; .%i..Klnley. | ; WiMNfnll. .. ontflildMmtt I ", ; .shortstop; F. Hull, kernels and secure with apiece
    administration in
    Washington. pitcher; Carter ruttlier. 2nd/ hare; and Alexander, league president of husk or string Soak
    1. Prevent the spread of blight into .
    some projects the Federal the ears! in water for about
    gov- the good areas As Mayor High!: is a "loyal
    and grill hot
    30 minutes over
    ernment will pay up to threefourthsof Democrat" he could not be Rules Revised For Camping of 11 a. m. will be in effect Albert Reinoehl \ coals for 15 or 20 minutes.

    the cost. The amount of capital 2. Rehabilitate and conserve areas conservative or economicalas I in all parks. Miller said
    Picnic desserts are no
    that can be economically restored he was pictured by Mr. In Florida's State Park opening and closing Services HeldIn
    grant paid by the government is determined Thomas hours will continue to vary. problem this summerwith

    under one of two formulas, 3. Continue clearance and redevelop- Claude Kirk has demonstrated Revised rules for campingIn under 21 years of age sponsored ->II as heavy tourist demand requIres Jacksonville plenty of watermelon peaches -
    fresh plums and pears.
    with the community choosing which it ment of areas that cannot be saved. his executive and administrative Florida State Parks!, effective by a recognized/ organization I some parks' to stay Albert S. Reinoehl 73. of The washed fruit makes a
    abilities time and
    wishes to use. August 1, have been I !such as a chinch open longer' hours Doctor's Inlet a former resident good centerpiece for the pic-
    This is the treatment that the doc- again in Insurance manufacturing announced State Parks \ Family campsites will not
    : Boy or GUI Scouts Boys of Starle and a retired nic table. So who needs a
    Under one formula the Federal ors should prescribe for our ailing Investment and other Director Bill Miller I Clubs of America or others be reserved In advance being comptroller with the Jack- special I occasion for Happy
    businesses; since his gradu first
    share business district. We have confidencethat Miller said the current may ramp free with a letter rented only on a sonvtl! Paper Co. died Mon- Plcnlcing!
    Is two-thirds of ation from law school in
    the basIs.
    net cost of come first served
    camping boom neeessltatesstandard ( of authorization from day morning In a Jacksonville -
    they given authority bya 194") As he will
    the project with the governor Stays will be limited to two
    city paying one- : camping procedures their governing' bodies. hospital after a brief ;\
    favorable vote in the September 13 brlru us something new and of
    throughout the weeks during periods
    systemto Juvenile
    third : park Florida resident illness
    through cash land <
    public facil- referendum. excltl.ig such as economy heavy demand with extended If you are Interested In
    eliminate confusion by groups' : without a letter of Mr. Reinoehl was born In
    and efficiency In government at the dis !some! new dishes our Bulletin
    both the tourist and park authorization will be charged stays permitted Weirsdalc and spent his boy-

    personnel.The I $2 Ofl per night for 10 per- superintendent hood In Starke. moving to. "Vegetables in FamilyMeals"
    The something new and : f Is Just the thing.
    procedures! on family, sons or less Additional persons Jacksonville: in 1912. and to
    ,9R p'4 exciting that we have been camping spell out the size of, will be charged $2 06 for limited demand. Doctot'r Inlet in 1935 Recipes for Mexican Panned

    THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH getting: ; the New Deal Fair the croup that may occupv' each additional unit of 10 On the other hand reservations corn. Baked Spinach and

    4pAarvL Deal and the Raw Deal one campsite what will persons or fraction( thereof for youth campingareas He was a member of the Zucchini Casserole. Just to

    ESTABLISHED 1879 known as the Great Society qualify as one camping rig Out' of state juvenile will be accepted but Oran<'.t Park Presbyterian mention a few. The bulletinIs
    NENIEt is destroying free enterpriseand than three monthsIn Church\ and was a veteranof available upon request
    a standard check-out time groups! will be charged $2 06 no more
    O/x Q y E. L.. MATTHOVB. EDITOR AND PU.LI/.HCI'a the taxpayers) boat campers!!, limit of stay per night! per unit of 10 per- advance. Lacking a reservation World War I. He was associated -

    c, 1966 "'LaA'/ OLDEST WCCKLV NIW. Th statement about the In a park charges for boatsor sons or fraction( thereof. the youth camps will with the Jackson-
    1 Tjot PAPIH PUSLIEHED COMTiNuomcr Republican candidate havIng additional cars refunds For adult camping a fam be rented on a first come, ville Paper Co. for 25 years sister Mrs. J. D. Lyles; anda

    UNOIM THE SAME M..TH&AD.U.L..H.a half a million dollars to and other matters I ily occupying' one campsite first served basil- and prior to that time had granddaughter.

    spend for his campaign Is Miller stressed! thtt the: must consist of one or more Further information on been assistant auditor with Funeral services hell
    EACH THUMSOAV AND ENTCMU Se Co. of Jacksonville were
    A Armour
    SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE incorrect and misleading H!I family camping fee of $2 OS1 I adult at least 21 years of both family and youth camp-
    POST Pinner. : AT STAUKC. FLA UNDER said 'I estimate a of at 11 a. m. Wednesday in the
    ACT Of MAHCM t TIX sum per night! per campsite nlllj age and mast not Include Ing procedures may be obtained -

    THE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR )35: ( . SIX MONTHS $2.OO five hundred thousand! doll remain the same. | more than 10 persons. Mar- from the Florida! Park Surviving are his widow. Hardige it Sons chapel on
    OUTSIDE ars will be necessary for an However, organized youth ried 18 of Board Tallahassee Mrs Altec: B. Reinoehl anda Blandlnsf Boulevard. Inter-
    TRADE age 101 Gaines
    ONB YEAH 44.00 . SIX persons year ,
    MONTHS U.20 effective campaign. We welcome -I groups from Florida who are may qualify as adults. I I stepson Charles Serodlno, ment was In Jacksonville

    contributions from one composed of boys and girls I A standard check-out time I both oi Doctor's Inlet; one Memory' Gordon ..JGRACFCEC

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    TTTTTTTTTTT9.YTYYY other relatives. visitors of the family were guests Sunday afternoon, Jacob Kurtz 54 LONG BRIDGE
    CHURCH METHOIHST REVIVAL Training Union, 7 7 p. m. Even-
    Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hogan, Mr. Mrs. Alzy Thomas and Mrs. BAPTIST Rev. Sunday School, 10 a.
    Succumbs To Sunday School. 10 a. m.I Revival services will be heldat ing Service, 8 p. m. m
    and daughter and Mrs.Ohs and Mrs. Jack Hogan, Mr. Hazel Thomas o Hawthorne.Mrs. Morning Worship, n
    \ recent attendants Alron and and Morning Worship. 11 a. m. tne New Congregational Lacy Conway, pastor. a. m.
    Starling were and Mrs. Hogan Shyrell Crawford Heart AttackJacob Evening Worship, 7:30:
    p m.
    at Sing in their respective families all and Evening Worship 8 p. m. Methodist Church, Way 1
    a Gospel Misses; Verba. Terry rilUItCH OF GOD PrayeiMeeting.. 7:30:
    By En.a Blanchard Valdosta, Ga. of Jacksonville.On Janice Jones of Starke, Miss Kurtz, 51 I. of Lawtey Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. through May 8. Rev. F. A. Clair St.. Starke. Wednesday Rev.y p.. m L
    422 N. St.
    Mrs. Ray Reddish and son Sunday a family get- Darnell Thomas of Haw- died Sunday following sudden !- 8. p. m. Sing each Friday 8, Stephens of Savannah Ga. School 10 a. m Newmans, Pastor.NORTIISIDE .
    AAUUAAAAAUAAAAAAAu of Miami spent last week together was held at Strick- thorne. Joe Davis of Providence Illness at his home. He had p. m. Rev. Harvey j.ane.pastor. will bring the message each. Sunday Services, 11 a. m. and
    CIIURCII ACTIVITY with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Red- ]land's Landing on Kingsley and Miss Kathy Cason lived In the Lawtey and sad. !( night at 7:30.HEILBRONN: Worship YPE. Wednesday, BAPTIST

    Grace Methodist Sun- Lake in honor of the Wolfe's. of Atlanta.Mr. Starke arena since 1036.Mr. : REVIVAL SERVICESAT : BAPTIST I 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Located on Bayu-ss: Highway -
    daj) School! 9;45 a. m.. Wor- dish.Visiting Mr. and Mrs.Sherrell About 60 members of the and Mrs. Alvin Dobbsof I Kurtz was a retired EVERGREEN HIU'."IST Sunday School 10 a. m. Friday.: p. 7:30 m.: p. m.-Rev. L. S tSR 2251at Raiford Road

    ship 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., were Mr. and Mrs family enjoyed this pleasant Palatka vllsted his brother Navy officer, with a service Evergreen Baptist Church :Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Williams pastor.PFNTACOSTAL. SR 161.] Services: Sunday
    Prayer Circle Monday 9 a. Kennard Murdock and children l- I' affair. and family Mr. and Mrs. record of 30 years. He had will hold revival services I Training Union, 6:30: p. m. School 10 a. m. Sunday

    m.. MYF Wednesday 8 p. m. of Troutman N. C. for'I| Mrs. Mae Wells attendeda Marjell Dobbs hers Sunday been employed, since at ,the 1055 Florida, af- August 15 through August Evening Service, 7:30.: Mid HOLINESS Morning Worship, Ham.

    Vacation Bible School got the week, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Postmaster's Seminar In afternoon. State ma Prison retirement from the 20 starting' at 7:30 nightly. week Prayer Service, 7:30: p. 324 BrownJee St., Starke. Training Union, 6:30: p' m.

    off at a good start Mondayof Jamison and son of Calla- Gainesville Monday and Edward Addison spent last ter He a. native. of Pov. Allen, R. Price, evangelist m. Wednesday, Troy John- Sunday School, 10 a. m Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek -
    last! week and will close way, Va.. and Carl Hewett of I Tuesday.RAIFORD. week with his uncle and Navy Ruff Wash.Surviving.was : Rev. Walter MathJs. son, pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m Prayer Service Wednesday

    with__ ..a. ..program Friday even- Johnsonvllle Tenn. was a aunt, the Freddie Klttlers, In are his wife pastor Everyone welcome", I Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m. '7:30.7: -Rev. Glenn Law-
    .*4.ng ui, ita.AIt. jj. m. weekend visitor. nrrYYYTTTTTTTT.. YY Green Cove Springs. Sara Anderson Kurtz of Law SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Midweek Service Tuesday lion, pastor.
    First Baptist Sunday Bill Wainwright and son Mr. and Mrs. Don New- Mrs. Marian BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft, pas.
    School 10 a. m.. Worship 11: of Atlanta Ga. were visiting mans and children of Starke tey; one K. McRae of Starke; Sunday School 10 a. m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday I I tor. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

    a. m. and 8 p. m., Training his parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. visited: Mr. and Mrs Earl one son. Jack Anderson of Morning Worship, 11 a. m. services: Sunday School 10 a. Sunday School, 10 a. m

    Union 7 p. m. Midweek serv- L. Wainwright Saturday. Mr. By Mrs Earl Dobbs Dobbs Monday. Mrs. Dobbs Pomono, Calif.; four brother Training Union, 6:30: p. m. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Train FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday Morning Worship, u a. m
    ices Wednesday 8 p. m. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Phone 4962601AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4: accompanied them on a and three sisters all of Idaho; Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer ing Union 6:15: p. m. Evening School, 9:45: a. m Pre-Services I Booster Band'
    Rev :Mayfield! of Jacksonville of Waycross, Ga. spent Sun- shopping trip to Jacksonville. and four grandchildren. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Worship:: 7 p. m. Everyone Morning Worship, 11 a. m Young People and Prayer
    was guest speaker last day with the family. We are glad to know that Funeral services were held Rev. B. T. Peavy pastor. welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Youth Fellowship 6 p. m Service], 6 p. m. Evening
    Sunday morning and evening and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright Mrs. Emallne Dockery ot Pierce Crews of the State in '
    Mr. at 11 a. m. Wednesday ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC pastor. Choir Practice Thursday, 7:31: ( Worship 7 p. m. :Midweek:
    After morning services of Bartow and Mrs. Green Cove Springs visited i Farm is home after a long Jones Memorial Chapel with STARKE P. m. service, Wednesday V:30: p.
    .iRcv Mayfield and Mrs. Wainwrlght's brother. Jerry her father. Ode Dobbs over I Illness in a Jacksonville boa. Rev. 1'':. F. Mayton officiating. LAURA: BAPTIST n-Rev. D. L. Ramsey
    9:15 mTuesday
    Mass a.
    Sunday : pas-
    Mayfield and Miss Simmons O'Hara of Fort Mead visited the weekend. pital. Interment was in Crosby -Novena and Bene- Sunday School, 9:43: a m KINGSLEY: LAKE BAPTIST tor.

    who accompanied him were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rob- The many friends of Charlie Lake Cemetery with graveside diction, 7 7 Inquiry Class. Morning Worship, 11 1m Sunday School. 9:45: a. m
    guests! of Mrs John Brown over the weekend. erts and family of Columbus Burnett of State Farm military rites. 8 p. m. Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. :Morning Worship. 11 a. m I CALVARY BAPTIST

    and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Visiting Mrs. Nelly Wilkinson Ga. visited her parents. Mr. will regret to learn that he DeWitt C. Jones Funeral p.Thursday m. and Friday Prayer Meeting Wednesday Training Union, 6:15: p in I Sunday School jo a. m.
    Wtsr! at the home of the Mrs. Daisy Boch and and Mrs. Lee Brallier during entered Gainesville Medical Home was In charge of arrangement. Morning
    7:30:: m.-Rev. Luther McGee Mid Worship, 11
    Mass!, 7:30: a. m. ((9:30: a. m p. t Evening Worship. : a. m.
    :former. Lynn the past week were the weekend.Mr. Center Monday. We pray he .
    I for grade and high school students pastor.BROOKER. week Prayer Service Wednesday Framing Union. 6:30: p m.
    Clvirch of God- Sunday Mrs. Tom Whaley and children and Mrs. Jack Casonof I Is soon well and back home. 1. 7:30.: Choir Practice. 111: ( Evening Service '::30. Prayet
    School 10 11 Jacksonville Orciond Beach visited Mr and Mrs. Cecil Addi- ServicesFor BAPTIST
    a. m. Worship of Mr. Funeral Meeting, Wednesday
    Saturday Mass 0:30: a. m p. m.Rev.. Jim Rltfdon, sup- 730; p.
    a. m. and 7:30: p. m., YPE I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor and Mrs. Theodore Rosier, son Jr. and son. David of Mrs. JacksonIn Sunday School 10 a. m. ply pastor. m. -Rev. R. H. Butler, pastor.
    Wednesday 7:30 7: p. m. Prayer and son of Gainesville Chuck Mrs. Alice Cason and other Gainesville, visited Mr. and ASSEMBLY! OP ton :Morning Worship 11 a m. I

    meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. Moor of Wildwood and relatives here Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Addison Sr. of Tennessee HIWAY CHAPEL Training Union, 6:30: p. m P.OATDRA1N BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST

    Vacation Bible School Miss Reency Moore of Jacksonville Tony Bennett and son Heilbronn Springs and Mr. Weldon St. and Ralford Evening Worship, 7:30. Prayer Sunday School D:4-: :
    closed Friday evening after spent Sunday with o-f Glen St. Marys visited her and Mrs. Theodore Rosier Mrs. Lola Jackson, 41, of Road. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Meeting Wednesday. 7:30.: Sunday School.. 10 a. m Morning Worship u a. m.

    five days of successful study Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill here Sunday. Rogersville Tenn. and formerlyof Morning Worship, 11 a. m RA, GA, and Sunbeams every Morning Worship, 11 a. m Evening Service. 7:30: a. m.
    and fellowship to There was a good average/ of Kathv and Lee have returned Georgia over the weekend.Mr. borough and girls, Sharon. in Holston Community Hospital Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Rev. James Temple pastor.! Evening Worship. 8:00.: Prayer 7:30 Wedncesday< ,
    : Training
    p. Union
    attendance. after a week's vacation in and Mrs. Harvey Williams !- Sonja and Sheila, visited of Kingsport, Tenn. Fu p.m. Young People's Meeting Meeting Wednesday. 7:30:
    Highland Baptist Sunday the Smokies! of N. C. ] of the State Farm and Mrs. Yarborough's parents. neral services were held Sunday Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy DEDAN BAPTIST (IBrooker] p. m. -Rev. R. E. Berg.strom Friday 7:30: p. m. -Rev. E., UOrlffls

    School 9:45: a. m. Worship V-sltlnz Mr. and Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Odom in August 7. at 2 p.m. In Lightsey pastor. Sunday School 10: a. m. pastor pastor.

    11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. L. Turner last week was Mrs. and son, Wayne visited rela- Glenville. Ga. last week. the First Baptist Church of
    Prayer Meeting Wednesday Turner's brother-In-law. tives In Georgia over the I Mrs.! Jo Ann Griffis enter- Rogersville where she was a

    7:30: Choir Practice Satur- Cleve Bates, of Jay. weekend.Mr. tained the Primary Sunday member. '
    day 7'30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tay I and Mrs. Mack Sweat School class of Baiford Surviving are her I

    Vacation Bible School will lor of Jacksonville were visiting had as guests Sunday Mr. Baptist Church with a bar- Noah; a, Patricia son, Noah Ann. Jr.nnd, adaughtl'r. a I An investment in Your Future
    : her parents. Mr. and and Mrs. Ronnie McClellanand becue hamburger supper Friday -

    begin 8:30:! a.Monday m. and Aug.continue 15 at the Mrs.weekend.Mrs.Harry Wilkinson over Miss son of Sylvanla Sweat of Ga.Jack and night. Twenty-five the occasion.children grandson brother, Harvey, all of Roger McCarthy vl11e,;of a I I | I j iF r 1 ,

    through Patsy enjoyed I CCUiCfti]! wP1fM
    Friday with classes Starke; two sisters Mrs. Mary fffiLill[ ( l [ (
    each morning at 8:30: to Charles Zepper. her sonvllle. Youth Meeting! Friday Jane Jones and Mrs. Elizabeth L \J! :
    11:30: a. m. U. W. Bennett son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Morris Dobbs and night was attended by approximately Stlllwell of Fennandlna Beach. .. rIIIIIIIiIIIIIIf
    will have charge assisted by and Mrs. Joe Collins and daughter of Bakersfield forty young peo- t
    Mrs. Daisy Boch. her brother. Dell Sapp. of Calif are visiting her parents ple. They enjoyed singing, !SING: TO BE FIELD I
    ''Miami visited her sister-in- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bral testimonies. and a film AT BETHEL BAPTIST 111111I111111I11111111111111111111I/11111I111111I1111I11// / II I
    The Community was saddened law Mrs. A. C. Pearce. and her and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall "Teenage Witness." Refresh- held at
    will be IlilIIJlIIlllhIIlllMi
    by the death of Joann Singing !
    Mr. Pearce on Saturday. ; Dobbs for several days. ments of boiled ppanuts and Church on want
    Crawford as the result of an Bethel Baptist -o/fP7lZ .They me
    automobile accident Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe and Our revival which has' punch were served. The next Sunday, AuI!'. 14 from 2 to :5;
    .afternoon. Our Sunday sons of Wilmington DP!1. been well attended will con- meeting will be Friday, Au- p. m. The Baker CuntyBlngel's ( to come to church."
    sympathy spent the week with Mrs.' tinue through Sunday. gust 19.Johnnie. and
    will be present
    and prayers go out to her Wolfe's mother. Mrs. Hester Everyone is Invited to come Mazola hall returned In
    parents and brothers, Mr. Hicks, and her brother-in- hear Rev. Thomas Moore! to military service In the public Is cordially Tee<<. Womrafe, they do want lee in church, for in
    .and Mrs. James E. tJlmmie( ] law and sister, Mr and Mrs. : evangelist. Missouri after two weeks vited.

    Crawford and sons and Glenn Shuford. Saturday Mr Mary Freeman had as leave with his family.Mr. I the church they have a place for aH ages. No child

    I and Mrs. Ronnie Orif- ..

    fis and family of the State CHURCH I la too young to learn. This also provides you

    % : Farm have returned from a ,, I- vi : .
    WHERE WILL 4 % to the
    very enjoyable trip
    ,, mountains. NEWS I i 't 4 an opportunity to worship and give

    Friends "of TVtonroe Klttler ii.*. .a8,
    I will regret to ]learn that he Undivided attention to church service

    TNE"EXTRAS" entered Veteran's Hospital in Methodist Church

    : Lake City Tuesday. We pray
    "Train; vp a child in the jroyKe ':
    ">VC4i2 he is soon well and able to Sunday: Church School,

    be home again. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship
    COME( Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ad- 11 a. m. Snack Supper for I should yo: and when her
    dison of Alachua announcethe MYF. 6 p. m. MYF meetings
    % ROM4V2 arrival of a son. Aug. 4, 6:30: : Evening Worship, 7:30.: i f is old, he will( not
    4V2 DURING 1 % in Gainesville: Medical Cen- Monday Wesleyan Sub- : t

    ter. Mrs. Addison will be remembered district MYF meeting in depart from it.:"
    ; as the tormer Miss Lake Butler. 7 p. m.

    Mary Alice Slngletary of Thursday Chancel Choir I
    RETIREMENT? i Lake Butler. rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. I J S

    Edward Addison and Ern Friday Rich-Beeler

    est Addison visited their wedding, 8 p. m.
    brother and family, Mr. and
    Mrs. Aflord Addison. in
    Alachua Sunday.A. I STARKE
    Retirementcomesasashocktosome M. Jones of Starke and Sunday Sunday School
    % 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, .
    0 Al Cason of Atlanta visited
    4V, 2 men and women. It frequently means 4V2 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobba 11 a. m. sermon "Half-I: rv" >
    heart"d followers of Christ: I;*1 v
    an abrupt adjustment in standard of Sunday afternoon.Mr. & I
    and Mrs. David Harts- Training Union, 6:15: p. m'l I .
    Worship 7:30: : I ,: .
    Social field and family of Green- '
    living. Despite Security "
    pen- "Samson the strong man. : >,', l f
    ville. Texas arrived Saturdayfor ,,
    sion plans and annuities, it often requires an extended visit with Monday, Committee- Special meeting Executive -: .. .ifj/ '" ) ), .

    giving up certain things that Sapp her mother and other Mrs. relatives Myrtle (New River Association I 7:30: I'' i'i'ft-' > /'

    p. m. Camp Staff Meeting
    were easily afforded during man's here.Mrs. I New River Assn. Youth
    a I
    Alice Cason and Mrs. Chuirli h tod'i oppolnted" ogmiy di!rtn'i mrid for ipttndmj, ''ihi Vnoxleito, of Hh I... \\ T/l/
    % working % Drew Sweat visited Mrs. Car- Camp I First Baptist Church. far man and ol Ills dwnond for mon" 'to rnpond lo thot lava by to."mg hit, ,..""hbo..Without, ::
    4 / years. 4.. /2 I lena Cason In Madison Fri 8 p. m. Meeting 'hI giounding, tn Kit ba.1 Cod. no govornmtnf' soclII, or way ol Mo will' long r:::
    day. WednesdayPrayer I eau.". and tho,Irndont.Inh.a. hold M diar will, ....II.bl,ponih. Ihlll'' ,'.ovtnfrom .; J ;
    The truly provident person pre. Mrs. Selma Howard and 7 7 p. m. Church Choir re- a.tolfiih point, ol...., ftno. should !wpport tho hush .tor tht Mho of tno willarv' Fy

    Mrs. Thelma Brannon of I hearsal 8 p. m. .>< hlmioll" ond hit 'lorn.If.." loyood,,,,,,, that, h.....", ovotv pawn should uphold"and"" por.lulpoli ofF
    pares for this by accumulating save Lake City, and Mrs. Rebecca Thursday Visitation. 10a. .. in tho Oiurth .bxauu. M ttlh tho!truth about meet I Ut, doalk and dtilinyj t, (Ih* ...,;
    Johns of Lake Butler visited m. and 7 p. m. ',,''b wtKli"" oloM. *ai l IIII hw ITM M Int a a cltiM W. M. .. .-rOl m y
    ings that will continue to earn income- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blood- Frl.i Aug. 19- Association'Brotherhood Cole...m 1 4..S....
    i and!I
    money for him after he no longer I worth Misses Wednesday.Sharon and Sheila fish fry, Madison Street Bap-i

    list Church. 7 m. |
    earns wage-money for himself. Even Yarbnrough are visiting relatives p.
    1 % In Georgia this week. These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
    after retirement has lj0
    4V2' begun, many 41 Mrs. Joyce Norman and STARKEBUSINESS
    Mrs. Robert Cason were business I

    peoplefind it prudentto continue add visitors In Jacksonville Farmers Mutual [ Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat MarketAND

    ing systematically to their savings. Friday. Exchange
    Rev. and Mrs. Joe Dowllng COLD STORAGE;
    of Ft. Walton Beach visited Feel.s-Fart 111 serf--Fre.d' "
    The money saved is safe and readyto his sister Mrs. Alice Cason DIRECTORY Poultry Equipment MAIN) CONCERN"Free "'e Sfw>clillre; ; In Custom 1II1.hter-. .
    I CNIfO TIRES-\TTKKIF.S: lag Cutting dt Wrapping-
    Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. Delivery Phone 96Mtfll ;
    when want it. In the
    use you mean and Mrs. Mauls Griffis Petroleum Products
    AUTO REPAIRS ; Prepared For Deep
    time the income on it can be used at2'0 visited her brother. Mr. and I
    : Mi's. W. C. Richardson and' Bradford Abstract Co. PHONE 984-8281

    41/2 will-and in good conscience-for the 4V2 ro i family In Winter Haven and i I IEarl's SLADE
    Mr. And Mrs. J. E. Starling Garage ; 158 W. CALL STREET GAS
    extras that make life in Bartow this weekend. .
    more pleasant. past
    ALL KINDS: OF Ph. 964-6881 Starke, Fla. J
    Mrs. Peggy Cason honored AUTO REPAIR WORKAll i and Appliance Center \\e. "i f V41:V

    Miss Ramona Sweat with a .
    Isn't this something worth considering Work Guaranteed
    Edwards Grocery & STARKE INC.
    slumbcpal.ty at her home Phone 069-2964 : OF ,

    ? Why not stop in and arrange a Friday night after youth So. Walnut. Starke i Mkt. NORTHPh.
    meettnp/ The occasion was DeWITT C. JONES U.S. 301

    savings program for the extras dur Ramona's sixteenth birth AUTO SERVICE 1 Groceries-Meats-Feeds FUNERAl. HOMES 969-3801 Starke, Fla.
    day. Those enjoying the
    ing your retirement? 14':4'4'I': .. ty '\\'ItRamona! were Miss par- Gas & Oil Starke Ph.
    ,-- .. Bonita Blum of the State Gilbert S. Brown I Ph. 964-2182 Starke, Fla.Loudon's 961.2600

    Farm. Miss Brenda McCul- Standard Oil service Station Keystone Heights<< Charley E. Johns

    Savings By The 20th Earn From The First lough Misses Jack and Jo ATLAS I Merle Norman Ph. Agency
    Sapp! Miss Geraldine Red TIRES i BATTERIES

    dish Miss Patsy Jones and ,' Budget Terms-Road Service Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop ISl S. Walnut Ph. 964-0201

    Savings and Loan Association Miss! C'larlene Taylor.Mr I' Phone 964-7071 117 n.! Thompson Ph. 084-3081 GENERAL INSURANCE
    and Mrs. Ralph Odom 407 N. Temple Starke'' If Your Hair I nt Becoming To LACY CONWAY Nobody But Nobody I'sdersell I
    '-Q./ have fis guest this: week Mr. I You-You Should Be Coming To Us. Charley K. Johns Agency

    Of Starke g4t' Odom's Macclenny.mother Mrs. Odomof HURST'S'SIIET4L '' American Service Station -

    218 North Temple Ave -:- Phone 964-0300 'aam Starke "66" Service and Bus Station

    .... Service StationGas I Hurst Shell l Service
    % way you wrlte. Com In and Oils Lubrication( :S! >rvloVhMl Balance Lacy Conway Flying !Service CARL HURST
    4 /2 Per Annum quarterly) Anticipated Dividend. I II wlvt your favorite F.MTKR-) Goodyear Tire A: Batterim! Wheel l Alignment _
    II BROOK fountain pea. TKLK- ROAD SERVICE 111 N. Temple Pb. 9tM-88Sl Iiutrnctioa Pb. 964-ioai Hwy. 301 & 101) Ph. 9646111l''fIIE
    I QEAPH Sot and Ida Stark I|

    I i t


    THITISDAT. AUG. 11. 1969
    .\nr. NT.'fI:
    ...Y.Y.Y..Y.YYYY..TTYYI i

    Bavless Hiway r ry i $100 1111IJHERS'ifl'
    il, rC'DI! If $2 I 000 WINNT $s00 \'ItNNrU

    Mr1. O. E. CrosbyAAAAA it VAS + : : JOB PETROCff. MOLLY Ktl-t:, FtOHID/l jMH3. -

    \lhlC't'Uuneou: iSlioucr MRS.C.S.PEPERA.MAOISON.FLORJDA
    Young Peoples: Sun<1. \ {, 000' MARY LOU
    School class of Buy: less Fl way Gior. I MRS.'E. o. ABERNtTH4ACMONVU1I : HERBERT. WINO. GREEK COVE SPRINGS. ITOROUi' )
    were hosts to a bridal shower, i riOUBJfc.JHEIBA FISCHBACK.III,SATELLITE BEACH.FLORIDA
    honoring Miss
    Orrle ,Mae Browning:, bilde- I r "u "M n MRS.D.D.CLARIC'Jlclcsonvitf. : HAYES IRNE8T: .FOUNTAIN,,JACKSONVILLE,FLORIDA
    elect, in the educational building BETTY DOVE,
    aw JWODfiNf
    was ROAtDj

    of over white pink moons linen.and A pink bouquet I JOIN THE GROWING LIST t" 8.L.BROWN,Brunswick,Ga. nUSMOMb ftOUOA ALICS LD.MOODY-l wwcirr.>ALATKA JACKSONVILLE.,".ORIDA FLORIDA' ,

    zinnias. Games were enjoyedand I, SUPERMARKETS r'3"- "' - - .:- / EBaEr IEa EMEiEtiaEteMr I/ra.l r'r..w1..R1.1A1AE1Rp .
    prizes won by Mis. Marty
    Ciosbyand )'lrH.Vo.n.1a,. Crews. I J JFloritla
    Delicious refreshment of
    sandwiches and token, were
    served by the hostesses I|I If SPECIAL! Save
    Thhty-flve guests were Invited b + PILLSBURY Dp To 56 [
    to attend. Grade "A" Fresh i aqs+ "
    f 1 PRIG RATRA
    I Immml

    I Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. L.. G. I' 'ii.-----; -' ;, C: 'OOO'A"tG'ANr' Iz
    I Norman Jr. and children & ..:; I : 10.u OOIDEN M
    part of lout. week visiting spent the "- :::,:;'::.."-.' LORD, BALTIMORE' : FROSTING ...2=..........u.POUNO. ."" ",.CAkE"_ 'RING. J
    ri "":' MIX =s==
    : :
    Smoky Mountains and0.! : : :: : ::
    and Mis. J. W. Mathews In :'\.
    Tennessee. I "" feil'-I
    :Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Klix-: 1G i} : .5 ,, f ROSTING I PRIR ITR4.r .-
    son and son were visiting relI I / J
    atlves In Gainesville Friday | ,
    j 1 **"
    Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns: Y FOR $1 r TSSSSwT"
    of Tavuies, were guests of Mi' I COLC ATE

    and Wednesday\1rR.! Tullie tillonday.::Norman. from F MIXES' .' !;.::."'.::'=d. f2 }:!!...N.

    Mr. and.Mis.\ Sherman Cius-
    by and child i'en of Gainesville MEAT LEAN TENDER SMOKED 1r )
    r-r-- -al.r a11RE _
    were dinner guests of his parents I '- ra wr N-r1 aEr-r- 1j MWM ttBFR
    j S1 L- *
    .. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby eiXTRA -
    remained with their grand OZ ., 1 I l ti l Ja..dN.ACERB I

    wards parents. and of until Jacksonville Mrs.[Tuesday.1Ir. Harvey" were Kd- | y P I C N I C CHARCOAL 20 IIA". 9 Q :.*.<---------1-----.1 c'..QX----FLOOR.-...I WAX|||| w '

    guests of itr. and ;;Mrs T N. i :iI :
    Norman from Tuesday until | xsS I.
    : and Mm. Kd; VVhite.siUes i
    I of :Memphis, Venn, spent the ARMOUR Sfcr Skinless! FRANKS u 59c fT PRuwasA.! GREEN STAMPS J
    \ weekend with Mr. and Mis. UE. LB MUSTARD 2. 25c S W YOUR NMtcauM CHOICE fUK*
    ,/ Crosby. I i SMOKED SAUSAGE XXXXX::: ; 12 OL 59c ,, 3 1: :!_8. CAY... BUS9LE BOUQUET, BATH SOAP_ISM *
    William i WHOM" -' *''< '=-' :
    I P.S.G. S11CED BOLOGNA 10 oz. PKC. 33C '
    \ home after several weeks visa 6 TO > SAVE 32 ..FYNE-TASTE :_-- -- -

    \ in Lake and .City..Islertnlawh'with their: brother and I DAISY CHEESE WEDGES t s csrooAR/ 11 59c IB. AVS. ;! ,.:::... ID:

    Mrs :Mills[, Kelly. I SWEET, PEAS 1& M "ft...J< ft.. ,
    8 $1 j
    COTTAGE CSSSZ5E;: "E/AsMTr 33c :2Ws59c I
    .I :Millie Reynolds of :Miami' CANS' i MERCHANT,GREEN. STAMPS, J
    vl"lled1': !and Mis. T. N. w r .r
    Norman from Friday until FISH STICKS 9 HEAT GOlDEN AND GROWN SINVC IB 49C r.. r. r -r.-+.r ., ; IZS g SxUSMAIIMP: II c; :

    Sunday.Mr, and Mrs Gordon Jones BREADED VEAL STEAKS T:x'S* i u 69c I AZALEA BONELESS I .-' > y,4P &;:=:=EGG:'ROLL.:.=.R.r
    were called to Orlando Friday .w.
    I night because of the death of BEEF CUBE STEAKS ISKi" 69c I HAtiDY IIAM I
    I !
    his sister-in-law. )Mrs Cecil : .J'
    Jones. Tenderloin STEAKS eScKo0NU?. ; rSHw Oi 51.19 I I I re UT 1
    The children of ::\11'. and 410 "Mountain Grown; : IYNE : MERCHAMU GREEN STAMPS
    :Mis: :, Flank Thomas entertained I SAVE I S WltMnMttOMMMAWUMMMOi,.. S
    .y 9 IS '8. i Mtcnoa SI
    them with a birthday supper I aof LL 18 U

    twenty-live Satin day guests.night. enjoyedthis About 1/ t ; .R..ntU.. : "-' I /1Y0. r.1) ,., .. FOLGER'SCOFFEE TASTE ,**.Mk nttf>Mion.ttu.!:;.19"'C.I. _W 2 V

    uffflii with Mr.[ and Mis.. -I' L.a :
    Thomas fres/t/ JCOFFEE i
    Mr. and MA's, ,Kitward; :Norman ,/ ,
    :Mr\ I and l :Mrs Herbert ; "ft.. .J< "" i
    Norman, and daughter, and MERCHANTS CRf EN
    Mi and ;Mis. Charles Crlbbs" r y C /J mlHMI":,--""AMtS0
    attended the funeral of Mrs. r 6 9 *i $B. CHAU.SANIORNr
    Cecil Jones In Orlando Sund.IMI' ,\'. p.f fL HSTANT COFFEE 11 S
    and :Mrs\ O F. Crosby Nee:I a r i i1 e s *..MF0' .MMOM..)'*;.-::.(*|0ulrifVt_|7 4 IHMn.-. and Mrs J. L. Johns attended I ER. TAO
    J o f fRtC. f.;'
    church at Buatdrain Saturdaynight.
    ),11'. and :Mrs L., C. Sappare !
    tl for
    the proud patents of a 4s GRAPES r .shop
    baby girl last week.Mr. I '. Ib 5/t.1S/
    : and :Mrs. Jack Wnrd .
    2" s .
    and daughter of descent Ga 16 or: Discount
    were dent i guests. of hiM! parents A CUT GREEN BEANS S* cAHS MMIXU
    Mr. and Mrs W. C

    Wird.Mr. I ....:', 1.. Ihi 9. .
    :\ and Mrs. Leroy Lovell .r. .. .. ,..... --- -----1 Health
    and son an I I11': and Mrs. VV. I

    :C.Margaret: Ward Ann accompanied Lovell back:Miss to. I /S: '( ) : .

    college were In Jacksonville visiting relatives Sundayand '-'\ fi -Wes::: frozen food sale! : & Beauty

    during the afternoon. :I J: i / tes.t .
    ,f STSW VtCfTABUS, _
    :Mr. and MrsFroddle Wat- %:
    : _
    : '
    :_ '{ ,1
    terson and daughter; and :Mi. 'ANC' YELLOW cvAHAMim mm BAtttBAKERY : CUT CORN, GREEN" PEAS*
    and Mr, Watterson Sr. were I JUICY CAliFORNIA \ t .i DEPT. I d yu MIXED'! VEGETABLESVEGETABLES

    visiting Jacksonville Zoo Sun- LEMONS linns( S
    I I11' ; CORN
    day 41.39 ttSIWHIRSLAVOR1S
    :\ and ;Mrs L.. .\. Crosby r CHERRY PIES save
    and daughter. Sue and grandson -
    Ricky Crosby, of Bruns- DOZEN) 39c C: {: M 8" 52t
    wick Ga. were visiting Six I'' = 8. 2 $1 we. 24 t
    Gun Territory Saturday- t 59cSAVE PIES FJI POLY $1
    :. BIG r
    Mrs Loyd Padgett made a FANCY WED puss FAGS
    business! trip to Gainesville \ EARS If FOOD FAIR ICED r 22 or.
    Monday.Mr. P0TMOS! '.j' "... Tic
    and Mrs Albert Norman lemon Buns 35d BfCANTItonu:
    of Gainesville were dinner ". 1IR000CINO.Food:,:Premium" ...................................-...--... /' /
    Mr. and Mrs.
    guests of
    :Marcus:. Conner Sunday. s : 3Vc I All Butter White Bread \
    t' .
    Friends of Randolph Crosby I : .VARTE'Mt AVI IIP to M ENIRYOAY uiai toll

    of Maxville will be Interested! UTAR 3 FOR M COLGATE TOOTHPASTE 26'1
    in knowing that he Is a pa- t:. ;

    tient pital.! in Bradford County' Hos I' /t/ e CREAM PIES TAME AVI im to "'CR Mr.RJNSE. 84

    MUM Cindy Crosby is spending '
    UP TO 21 LB. .
    SAVE .
    MVt" HP M IM IYIHYDAT :30 MMk l
    a few clays with her uncle '
    and aunt, :\1'. and Mrs. O. E I FAMaY $ SKIN BRACER . 97$
    Crosby E ,, 4 1 .
    I SIZE
    -. I IVlrru't
    Mr.\ and :Mrs.: Hemp Hicksof 11 11.1 'R 15CO p- lava" UP TO IM uACI;

    .Bryieville were guests ofMr. rxos. CODE 10 Hair Dressing 61*
    and Mrs Pitt New ome .
    Wednesday- :Mrs: Elaine Chion !- ':'. .
    vKted them Thursdayand SIiORTENlf-lG pie.< I't.I.'ooDm". mffto.ftJ \ .
    Mr. and11'11.:\ Dannie we"J
    Cnbbs Saturday. .
    Pitt Newsome\ attended to I I u.s.I /r0. S)1 IItN'{ lAVAHIAM
    business in Gainesville Thur-- = pf '1
    199c *
    day.Virgil Newsume and daughter .!' lb .'1). jt< u. POLY IAO. mB NNE.BAK!

    the Miss weekend Joy In Newxomq Montgomery spent: | SAVE 70< !!. ROUND BONE FRENCH FRIES 3'" $1 our Jlfg ..' \u.ltfSTEAIK5 !
    W. CAN
    Ala. Joy remained for a two '

    weeks ,visit with her grandmother I b 7St S.r.120 / g@UET DINNERS 2 for 89c SHORTENING

    Virgil Newsome! vt..ae,11t'S.. .. .
    Katherine Prangle Thursday I Inl&ht :: FISH STICKS 3 :IS $1

    in Orlando. j siiAis II SSt 69C

    Plastic. Notebook, !1.31)f at the I TOP CHOICC: *

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    '\0'l'1C 101 0.' 1:1.1':1: (""1'1(15I \II'.n'': u..r'nll""I,
    I Nam War Dead Honored I I. Randal' I"', ,Chllt't ty', .Muvot :11 Io.... 1".1'110'1D"I1II11.rl.'' .. :\( I'14'S'I'I: \10 t'0.tlt:
    Viet of. tin- ""It"e... (,. I KI'.iUlul l ."'". MyTtkB I),,IIIIIH| Albert To: Arthur (Murk. Jr.. aridAlbart .
    RECREATION NEWSWomen' 101 l virtue. of III. Htilliurltyvi'Mtcit KiiHlur" MI-M" J. I ts! hardy Mm.Marxaret Clurk Jr, Address tin*.
    ,. In me. by let,. du M. Williams. J..u Known
    __ hereby" mil, n First I'rlnmiyICIwtlun I VHllimkl, ... I. Mr. I fcM l 1'ievalt., you are' hereby l notified, thu,
    The Viet Nam war came . .. .In he held .at. the "Fire, ,, John MlmpMun. Mr. ICthnl Raymond a suit fur"r I'nrtltlon. nun, beer
    H .t. .Te Slut'. I,,,", In HIM ..,,,, ..IIRIII "CltvI ., Mm.. pain: Mat Chaniefii.Mr filed against, von.. In the ul>o4nuined
    home to Bradford County I Softball League I| gram next summer. I br 'MINllI'llMl. Volel-H, on Tlll'H- Peggy Sheller! (Alter- Court. cud, UUNH :in.
    last Thursday when the Hurst Shell blasted Holiday 4-6 Yr. Old Program/ day, rfepn-mher' 1:1.: lilllll A. I I'? niitiO .Ir.... Lake Pickering1 yon, .are i-f widow of Cpl. Arthur Brox- I Inn 14-3 utilizing two Parent's Night fur.. the puriMiHe" of. '1necling Ihr' Alternate.). Mr. Huger> tin ...- v>\ur" miMwcr ur" plfmllnjf to
    ., .
    fiillnnlnit uffli : h l .
    Alternate Hie
    ( ) the I'liniDlllInt '
    Jr killed In action near I Jr biff inning* and 16 hit attack The! 4 to 6 old sum- .v un
    ton a .
    Irv ,,r t n I year Group 1-- (Councilman, For* ; In Testimony "Wliernof. I ,\ttnrll..Y a"i irHre" If I'lerre.
    Tan Uyen on June 2. was twl R Y +, Hurst Shell runnerupto ; mer program came to an end Two Yenm.. IIp'pnl, Subscribe My Mump;. Thulium & |.-I-I.'H| T'. <". DlHWu.> ""
    awarded a presidential citation + .1 Nancy's In the first half Friday night with 25 parents (croup ,< Councilman For And Ca".. Th. Seal, Of The 10:10: !H tn rile, FInrMii. and, file
    Two tiers Said' t'liy To Ha Hereunto .Affixed Ib.rll&'lnlll In the' nfflr ,it
    and Purple Heart I had ]lost the 1st of the and 16 children attending
    I game Uroup ft. \Councilman: FoiTwo Thin The 3rd Day. OfAllffUiU the Clerk of inn circuit Count,
    Mrs Louise T. Broxton re- 2nd half and were anxious to Parent's Ni "tit. Y..lu. ... A. r>. 19(18.( on or before. the K>th da; n'
    ceived the posthumous awardat I ''aet a win recorded and did During the hour, the chil- \"h5/ ((810", ALl) lu'tuet 1900; otlierwlue the' ...--
    Chapter. ) -2286. Special Act Handat. F. ChlttvHANHAI leg,,tlona of mild (',ul1l>lalnt
    her home at 822 North so at the expense of HolidayInn. dren presented games they of 1IIIIR of the I LeKlKluttirrHolme '/ F. ('I lII T'I'Y. :MAYOR: will he taken a. confessed ty
    Street In the Reno. section of The winners scored 8 played at summer recreationto Hill 8514 providing the ATTUST: :

    Btaike The presentation wa3 runs In the 3rd and finished their parents and in turn fullowlntf I ; Merrill I'MwnnUMRKRILL. you.Thin notice rhnll 'I' published -
    1 y A rcfei" Hiuluin on a I.eiflnlu- JU.>WAIU'I' !. CITY once each week for tour
    made by SFC E7 William CLot 1 I r with 7 In the 4th and be- the fathers were asked to the Act 1 IvIlltinK tn the City I CI.KKK,: iMiinecnIVPMeeha In th* Ulnaford -
    hi op and SFC E7 JackRardon 'h T rw cause the 10 run rulingdidn't participate In a game of uf Mturkt' urban, renewal, : providing 8/4 5t s/l 1 lOTHK County Tfleirraph.liutod .
    of the U. S. Army come to bat in the 5th. musical chairs which in tUI'l1highly for 'the ,rehabilitation, 1 1Ils l 18th day of July
    clear.ini'e. und redevelopmentof I
    Reserve Center In Oalnes- H:: 7r Holiday! Inn scored single entertained the chilI alums' und blighted, ureitH In IV .-\ : I'll IlKFKMl: : 11183 UHAHI.K/ : A. UARBY
    t-IIM-lll-()IH "I1 IllltltKOItl -
    dren. Refreshments I the ('11" uf Htnrke In accord- Clerk nf Hi, (I'hoiill Cut
    villeAfter runs in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th I wereserved > 1'111'l l 1"%, .+1,111111) t'I 1 .ftUy
    citation.I + /urn.'i> with ill'hun r en 'wxl I plum* Ituby VVlllla ii.
    reading the > f and then the
    4 ,
    : I t t 6 innings Eleanor Osteen and parents I1IIA'I.ItS' ; I'IIMP \u :
    1t( /iipprovi'd I ( by the "City' ColinilrflnliiK 1:1-1 Deputy Cli rHSKA
    Sgt Lathrop pinned the Purple ti Johnnie Smith paced the enjoyed the display of arts ''11 : / the d'11 I..... lIu1"lIlIp' Otis ( I.)
    Heart on Cpl. Broxton's .t winners each collecting 3 and crafts the children had '. "x"I11I.II"nll| und pow- J :M. Kdwunli, Jr. and I 7/gl 4' K/11
    U."yr I I-M: n:IKH, hie' wlfuI'lHintirr .
    11-year-old daughter Cyn- s t tl' r hits. Charlene Blalock pickedup made during the 8 week i r "I'.ulol, city In tlndertfikiiiKwin :: ; : '
    I /iii .illtl 'H. Including the .. A ( 11..111..11'd In the TEX-
    thia at her mother's request. 2 her team's program.HAMPTON. .
    of 5 hits.Nancy's
    putt< 'r t'(< u<'illire| .propurltUiruiiKh IC.\rII brings results.,
    MiiuClark] / ,
    The widow allowed reporters I the' exerclHe.. of Hit '
    1.IINul.h: ('Iii rk Wilijlil/ .
    read the letter from vvvvvvvvvvnvvvvvvvvvv 1'1"r' eminent domain' '"">
    to ,
    Kutn Clark .Handci .' al
    flowers fresh from ot' herIHI,-, to dispose "r. properly -
    Cpl. Broxton's commanding,\ being crowned champion of Hiiojfc 'tn any rest"r let Iona
    officer. Lt. Ronald V. Putnam -, I the 1966 women's subUstrlct deeni'-d. net 1-xnary to prevent ,,I
    Co. A 1st Battalion I the development/, or spread, '' of
    tournament and head- future/ lumM or blighted.. ,iiieun,
    28th Infantry telling of herhusband's ing for the district play-offs By 1\11'8. Mary Wllltamsuuaaauaauuaa.aaae ,to. iKmie, Ituiulrt' und other ohll-
    death: (CUtlotm and give neniltttittrefor \'
    in De-land had quite a scare PLEASE!
    mid IIM*
    "On the afternoon of 2 to levy taxes
    1 t/ dtM'N thrown into them by Oood- : _HHHnieiitH und to enter' IntoUKreenicntu
    June. Arthur along with t14 '
    'vli men'i Gulf Ooodman's came I to Herlire federal
    other members of his platoon 1 1et I Miss Lorraine Sparkmanwhose aid and comply. with indi- In spite of repeated notices that we can
    t' to bat: first and promptly
    encountered enemy fire "ii: 'i lu' f i', liltMlr I marriage to Calvin tlond ImpoBed" In conrti'Mloittherewith. not publish such material. The
    I took a 2-0 lead however Varnes took place Saturday : providing for" an Telegraph
    In the vicinity of Tan Uyen Nancy's right back urban rf-neuul' agency t to' x,-,rclHe continues to receive requests for advertising
    In South Viet Nam Brolonears. /. st. Ijithrop. rend the presidential. citation.. Ihwighter Cyn.. came night, was recently presented powers hereiimlcr, If mild -
    j with 3 runs. Ooodman'swent the male of chances various
    "I knew him well and his thia 'war Purple Heart awarded poxthurnounly to Cpl. Broxton. a white gift Bible by i rite delet' MllncH It to !b' I" th- on object- ,

    lass will\ rip__? keenly felt .In.. the back in front with 2 other members of the YoungWoman's l public I Interest" : ,iiiiihorUliiKxuld ., by clubs. organisations: and individuals.
    runs in the 2nd and held] a Auxiliary of the city to furnish, fiimlHelvlieK -
    organization." the home : visitors In Titus- fill Mitt," unit |1'1'-| In the of the Post Office
    rvvvvvnnvvvvvvnvvv' of Mrs. John Waters were Sunday 4 to 3 lead until Nancy's Church. eyes department,
    Hampton Baptist i
    Broxton. who 34, was ;: ertv In .aid theiefor" l h\' the Inmiiuicp
    was I, given by Mrs. Jerry Stubbs ville.Mrs. made It 5 to 4 In the bottomof The very Impressive candle- of. ohllKiltlonH, l h v taxation such sale of tickets constitutes a lotteryand

    born in Oracevllle but had VIAXVILLEBy I and Mrs. Gilbert Brown. Dan Byrd of Mayo the' 3rd, and 2 to 4 after light service given during or" .otherwlHB.: "pro\lilitiK, < as such, cannot be sent through the U.
    lived most of his life in II "u'd uul!
    Several were visited Friday with Mr. and 'til.It' e < 111""lIh'H I- '
    Starke and attended school games played 4 Innings. the Wednesday evening p.p..l, ... t.I II.I uhl' ,]10' b.II, I I' .1..1I. S. mails.' Calling the sale a "donation" does
    and refreshments of cake and :Mrs. J. I). Bell and and ,
    son .... ,
    i Goodman's for 4 il' .h.ill
    erupted I
    Mrs A. C. SliMie prayer meeting carried out I1.H' 'it| M v
    here. He enlisted In the ArmyIn not change the meaning in the of Postal
    punch were served. The honored :Mr. and Mr. R. L. Harris. b. MMiipt' fl,i. < :, '
    runs In the 5th Inning and
    Phone 289.4491uaaauAAAAAeAAA the thought of "Gems ForI I I
    1952 and had authorities.
    planned a guest received many :Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Padgett v ill' *. >
    took a 8-7 lead into the 6th ever." Alternate colors oft ,
    t ll I Mare
    career of military servIce. II "
    lovely and useful gifts. moved into their new home i
    AAaa. inn In'Nancy's.\ smarting I blue and white were worn by We that with
    According to the request of I ciicitm PICNIC here last week. I art! sorry we cannot t comply 1
    BlliTIII" PARTY' under the smell of defeat those participating. and each to print notices of such sale of
    his family he was burled in The Longbranch Baptist :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanleyand 1 requests i
    Mrs. Gilbert Brown entertained came up with 5 big runs in I girl carried a blue or white '
    Arlington National Ceme- Church will have their anneal family left Monday of tickets and subsequent "drawings./ If we
    tery in Virginia. with a party Friday picnic Saturday Aug. 13 atStrickland's this week for Missouri and the 6th and then had to battle i candle. Music for the ceremony do, however we run the risk of having that
    evening Aug. 5 honoring her 1 for the game in the final was provided by Car-
    Mrs. Broxton is employedat Landing. Everyone Oregon after spending the
    I I issue of The Telegraph barred from the
    the Enlisted Men's Club daughter Sherry on her 14th come and bring a picnic past week here with Mrs. inning as a determined olyn Kennan accompanied [TCOTilrlequireilnents. I

    at Camp Blandlng. birthday I basket. Stanley's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Goodman's team picked up,' by Debbl Hicks. Mrs Mar',: mails.
    Games were played] and refreshments -I NOTICE Waters.Mr. 3 :runs but the tying run lust Blrt. president of the W 11.1.1'
    We would appreciate it if all clubs other
    of birthday cake I A gospel singing will beheld and Mra. :J. Marlin I couldn't be scored so Nan- U. made the presentation of ,
    A Savings Bond registered and<1 punch were served to the Sunday night August 21 Coleman spent the weekendin cy's retrained:'' undefeated in the Bible to Lorraine Others, organisations/{ and individuals would under. ,

    In co-owner form becomes I guests after Sherry opened her I I i at the Graham Baptist. Church I Tampa with their son-in- league play. Each team collected taklnpart\ were' Donna stand out position in this matter and would

    the sole and absolute prop- Ki fts. in Graham. Singers will include law and daughter Mr. and < 9 hits with Joan I Rhoden. Virginia Brown. cease to submit such items for publication.

    erty or the surviving STunK SHOWER the Smith Brothers of Mrs. Bobby Newmans and Chitty and Carolyn McKin- Wendy Hill, Pat Raley. Cor

    owner In the event of then Mrs :Martin Padgett' was' M.txvUle. the Stiles Brothers family.Mr. ney pacing the winners with I ky Allen Debbie! Hill and BRADFORD

    death of the owner. honored guest at a stork shower -1 I and the Rlverview Sunlights. and Mrs. Ed Waters 3 each. For the losers th-j their director Mrs' Jo Anne COUNTY

    Friday night July 30( at Everyone Is Invited to attend.' and daughter left Friday for William's sisters Wanda and Hicks. I

    1 (KOFKOKU-TI'KNEK: I a visit in Tennessee with Mr. Joan each! had 2 hits. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh TELEGRAPH

    | Miss: Lu' Ellen: Crofforfl /and and Mrs Bud :Meyers and family Schedule for Tuesday, August Brannen Miss, Jessie Mae
    i Henry Franklin Turner were 16: Brannen Mrs. Bell Brown

    i i united in marriage VVednei-. Pamela Cuyler Mark and 7:39: Holiday Inn vs and a friend Mrs Len Fort

    I i day A IIg. 3 at the home of the Glenn Wilkinson Jackson- Goodman Gulf from Oregon all "spent, Sun

    bridegroom's uncle and aunt ville spent several days last. 8:00: -Hurst Shell vs Nan- day with Mr. and Mr Lynn o- I 301 DRIVE-IN
    Mr and Mrs.( Homer Thomas. week here with their grandparents cy's Flowers.
    Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hall.Mrs.
    The cerM1ony'iUI performed" Softball Tourney Evelyn Hicks and ,

    '. No Money DownN by Mrs. Homer Thomas. :Mother Wilkinson. Th )Kla. Amateur Softball daughter. Joyce of Jack
    i'' "/_ \ of the bride, U Mrs. Ronnie Arthur Carter .of Jackson-
    .' K jth.: ,' Case and parents of the ville and Doss Hlggiabothamenjoyed District n Men's Slow-pitch sonville spent Wednesday: OPEN 7:00: -.SHOW TIME: 7:15: \

    : : ,,>'"' As Little As $10 Month bridegroom are Mr. and ''Mrs. a fishing trip Satur- Softball: Tourney will be held visiting with her parents ADMISSION: : Adults 75c: Students 60c
    at Hardy Field Thursday Mr. and Mrs. O. C Cox. I i- "I
    '< We Do Our Own Fbmncfny I R. A. Turner all of Maxville. day after spending the past In the Children Under 12 Free
    Friday! and Saturday Au- Enjoying a few days '-
    f Mr.
    The bride attended school l week In Kentucky with
    JPowerfuI-will cool an entire In Virginia' and the bride and! Mrs. Roy Tinsley. gust II, 12 and 13. Teams Smokey Mountains and FLORiDA'THEATRE i WED.. TIIURS.. FKI,- AUG. 10, 11, 12
    North Carolina -
    groom in Oceanway. :Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Car- participating will be the win- other parts of
    ter of Jacksonville were Sat. ners and runner-ups of the were Mr. and Mrs. W DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM tl!
    office..even small The newlywed" are residingin !
    large a
    or urday night guest of Mr. and 3rd Sub-cistrlct tourneys. D. Carter. I
    the Homer Thomas houseon
    \Vlionie r Mrs. Doss Hlgginbotham. The winners of the district The City election will bf No.1 No.2\.
    State Road 228.
    with air circulation
    adequate S'XU.StJlOUI: SOCIAL Mrs. Hlgginbotham spent Sunday will compete In the State Tuesday Sept 13. The following -

    I in Jacksonville with the Tourney in Tallahassee the officers will be elec Showtime-Weekdays! 7
    Sound Barrier bustles, operating sounds ..i Reserve The young married ladles week. Marshall City ,
    Carters and all| attended following ted. Mayor Sunday :3:00.: Saturday 1 /9tt

    cooling power .'. Operates on both 230 and 208 volts..Dehumldljiet I rla.sa of the Maxvllle. Baptist church services Sunday nightat Tourney Schedule clerk and three council men. 253 i $ f1L11uucast

    I church enjoyed a social Saturday the Assembly of God Thursday August 11: Deadline for qualifying will FIJI.. SAT.,-AUG. 12. 13 .I 1
    of' I at the church. Everyone j loll! .
    to water
    gallons ,
    -removes everyday
    up Church In Baldwin. 7:00: St. Augustine vs be Sept. 3 please turn quali- Double Feature Program
    Five-year warranty on entire hermetic system. co'vel'ed dish attending and all enjoyed. a Mr. and :Mrs Dan Parrlnh Sanford Quality Mobile fying petitions Into the city
    Mr. and :Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw possible!
    Homes. clerk as soon a*
    exhauttt smoke-filled air. Dual Flow delicious(
    a together.
    .Exchanger supper and :Mr. and Mrs. D. ,J. Wil
    son, Mr. and Mrs. George f Edward SmaBPw* t
    : Friends of Mrs. Ruby Harper 8:15: Sanford vs Southern -
    Weather Wheel Two speeds Washable gcr- Parrish and family and Doss liams. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley!
    will be Interested to know District No. 1 team.
    {tlailctdal filter; she has improved.Mrs. Hlgginbotham attended the 9:30: Garden Restaurantvs Griffin and Phylls.! and b E1P1i its SATURDAY AUG. 13 ONLY
    Parrish family reunion Sunday Charlie and Kathy Baker attended -
    We Do Our Own Financing I I Glenn Neely of Louis- i at Strickland's Landing Southern District No. 2 open house at May- I
    ana spent Wednesday herewith i Mrs. Leroy Grlffls underwent port Sunday. While there), 3 -- Big Pictures -- 3
    Mrs Jo1,1Nor.th.! last week In Friday August 12:
    surgery Shan-
    I they toured the ship
    WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. Mr and Mrs. Karl Moslcy the Duval Medical Center in 7:30: Winners of Thurs- gra-la

    and family spent Friday and l Jacksonville.Pat days 7:00: and 9:30: p. m.games of Bear lake'
    Saturday of last week at Lloyd of Tulsa, Okla., George Ropp IV1ICK ADAMSFRaNkENSTElN
    231 N. TEMPLE: PHONE 961-06.11: Strl.-kland'a. Landing Camping.Mr. Pa. visited the M, L Wat-
    spent several days last week OO-NoeKle's: of Starke vs I Saturday afternoonMr.

    and :Jtrs. Homer ThomasrRwpa.tyo / here with Claude North. winner of Thursday 8:15: p tersons. and Mrs M L Wat- |The '
    Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt lyx vher
    m. gime i'1cS i
    terson attended the r / 1 1 1
    and family of Puerto Rico and Saturday, August 13: Wedding anniversary of Mi

    former residents of Maxville 8:00: Championship and Mrs. W L. Summers In
    arrived last week for( a couple
    I I'Women's
    game Jack3onville Sunday from 4i'
    weeks visit before going on to
    ; Softball TourneyNancy's until 6 o'clock. Mrs Sum- '
    Texas. I PLUSTSTIC
    vlto -
    r Flowers sportinga ; mers will be remembered' as-
    Rev. Boyd, a former pastorof '
    f ,
    13-1 record and undefeated Belle Rowe. While In Jacksonville -
    the Church of Christ wasa cclol by lklule 'E UIb8ED 11115nT
    visitor here last week with in league and tourney ) Mrs Watterson and I viso tH UNEARTHLY!

    old friends. play will represent Starke Mrs. Dot Failing visited! :Mrs N t e T A

    ) Johnny Dover of Sanford a and Sub-district II in the I Frank Hardin In Riverside! AIICA.1I1I1I.\1I01I1 COlORSCPE{) PLANET
    p'c i former MaxvUle resident visited Women's District II tourneyIn Hospital.! I I IA1JJl \\\a'1IDpJS188 Die. .

    last Thursday with Claude Deland.] August 12. Nan I Mr. and Mrs! D. H. Craw- Plus VAMPIRES

    Green. cy's drew a bye the lit round ford and family are visiting I isIMtm L IfCI.ADAIO s .COLOKSCOTC

    (SIr: and :Mrs. Roger North and will play Thursday the Burkhart's In Perrlne' I ,

    and family of Jacksonvillewere > night, August 12 at 8:30: p and sight seeing' In south !!MURPHY!!

    Sunday dinner! guests of m. Nancy's lone defeat of the I Florida this week i t

    :, Mr. and Mrs. John North and year came at the hands of I Mrs. Mary Williams attended $-' SUN., MON, TUES AUG. 14, 15, 16

    family Jacksonville the 1965 State Champs of' at a the Post University Master's seminar of- iIaiiJ, DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM: I It' ,

    !Summer'! Program Florida on Monday and

    A LOT OF FAMILY FUN Joann Crawford Well the Summer Programis Tuesday! of this week .... TECHNICOLOR/ \ ROCK CLAUDIA

    Services Held over for this year and it Mrs. Norma Melton and 711

    '.. .AND VACATION FUN At Laura Baptist was very successful. We hope Mrs. Odessa McConauhy attended SUN. TiiRL'1'ED.. |II| HUDSON CARDINAIE

    that all] of those participating the graduation exercise AUG. 11-17 I H T -

    of the dollars deposited themselves. I from basic! training of "BLINDFOLD'y
    begins with some spare Funeral services for Joann enjoyed ,.

    here every payday for safety plus result Crawford.of Injuries 12, who received died as.In a Many throughout events the were summer held for Jackson Irvin McConaghy S. C. last at Friday Ft. 1' 1 1UrN'C .. ] 1 hx\?\ )tt T CHMICO( .0 '. PANAVISION* I

    automobile accident Sun- all] aes.' The 4-6 year old They will travel together on t '
    an In the to Laurel Md. to visit :Mr ..rI 1' PLUS I
    for morningswas
    held at program r'ivvra' I It.
    day afternoon! were \
    Why don't you start saving regularly. 2pm. Wednesday in the a huge success and a I and Mrs. Clarence Melton. I \: ,: :(: j

    here at our "Full Service" bank where Laura Baptist Church with big thanks go to Mrs. Griffith REVIVAL !SERVICES I I i t.H' 't'ut.N:.: ,. This I.I seers t agent laser ,Loy who taktt yeu.+ !

    rou'll have so other helpful banking Rev. luther A. McGee officiating and Margaret CoLson for BRIDGE "'" AN1.aUF TGneellCTlpIi /
    : many AT LONG 1
    the excellent of
    Job planningand
    : services conveniently available .under Interment was In carrying out the many Revival! services will start "e.. -- f1 \IVIVBM

    one and the same roof! Klngslcy der direction Lake of Cemetery DeWitt un-C. activities that the youngsters Sunday. Augr.! 14. at Long DORIS DAY .. .. COISEDORI.EAC:

    Bridge Baptist Church and :,. ,
    Jones Funeral Home. enjoyed. A Job well done. : .eYM.6DIM011010.
    The afternoon program offer- continue through Sunday. ROD TAYlORARTHUR \)
    The Crawford child was: Knight .
    ed the youngsters a varietyof Aug. 21. Rev. Percy
    born Dec. 19. 1953 In Starke activities and participation will assist Rev. Harvey LaneIn GODFREY .

    where Sui-viving, she attended are her school.parents. this year was the best conducting o'clock the services; WED., TIIURS.. FRI. AUG. 17. 18, 19
    FLORIDA each niarht at 8
    ever. The! Small Fry baseball
    i James and Elizabeth .Oils- e
    son Crawford, and three turn-out was terrific and A NIFTY BRUNCH IDE.\ -t

    brothers Michael Paul, and these younger baseballers When planning a brunch for 1.t rfoa TONrRICHARDSON'S
    tHANK AT'STA'RKE Patrick Crawford all of really enjoyed! themselves. the girls and you feel stuck for '?J-SS

    Overall the Summer Pro- what to serve, consider iRMOui '
    Lawtey; and two halt sisters. 1 Tom
    ( gram was a big success. I
    'Mrs. Sor.dra Napolitano and "Creamed Egars and Carrots. I

    One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group : Mrs. Sharon Norris both of Many things were accomplished < It's colorful dish can be y Doves i t Jones't t0 t-

    I: Tampa. and we learned many ,, kept hot, if things run later ., TfCHNIOXO*

    Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. lessons which we will take than expected and needs only WV'I'i; '' 1I oui". ,J.-..;,:,.;. .....-as.rnslM-.'-'...... LASTMAMCOL04 MITT9. tnilTVIBflgTJf '
    I Plastic Notebook |3.80 at the Into consideration! when we salad and dessert for accom' UlfAtfPAGE

    j TELEGRAPH. plan for an even better proj j I milment. < I I.

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    STARKE, FLORIITIU'RSU.Y.. At'G. 11, I'lhtf!

    New Jiffy Store an Avocet, a Sanderllng,
    I many Gulls, Orond Doves tI I Sick Leave Limit Set

    KEYSTONE Has OpeningAt and Seaside Sparrows. ) .
    i Keystone Hts. The group also visited the 'c'-' .

    ; HIGHLIGHTS Keystone Heights' newest Cedar The Key Scouts Museum.to go. on this Council Vetoes Tax Cards

    business Jiffy Stores< Inc., trip were: Brent Baldwin, 1 ;

    By Mary Schaeffer Is open In its attractive new Richard Clayton, Jimmy o
    Phone bulldliv on SR 21 I north 1 Martin Chuck Ormsby, ,
    .173."127LIONS' and i 1.; offering unusual Chris Poppell, Kim Stewart, ;d.. Alters Water Line PactIf
    openlrti! specials through Mark Reed and Billy ScheeI -
    HORSE SIIOW : Llonellas Kitty McOlave and August 18.OWIed I neman

    THIS WEEKENDThe Lucille Massa, assisted by by Huntley's Jiffy Duplicate Bridge winners I ..
    big news this week- Patty McOlave and Wally Stores, Inc.. the Keystone, last week: 1st place: Mrs part of your yard 1 is 1 within the city limits but when a resolution, preparedby

    end in Keystone Heights is and Millie Muhlhofer I Wally unit Is the second in several I i I B. W. Hardy and Mrs. F T your house: is not mid you're not paying city taxes* on Anderson, and relating

    the Lions Club Horse show has the distinction of being planned!.! for construction ini I HoRue' 2nd place: Mrs. Roland -, your home, you're not eligible! to have your garbage I specifically to a compromise:
    which will be held this year the hardest working Lion this a.'('\ during the year.I,I Bryan and Mrs J. P. collected or vote in city election' I on the Nightengale Street project -

    at Dr. Chrlstofleis' Lake the Keystone Rotary Club The fl.\sr one was placed Ini,, Vose. Tied for 3rd place: i Title was the opinion won read and a motion
    Point Farms on Highway 21 has"tl f I with the Lion emblems operation at Change Park Mrs W. J. Orollclt and Miss J yokel: ov City Attorney Berwick Heights will bear. the expense : by Councilman Thomas to
    west just past the Club Iva I of moving all water adopt it failed" for lack of a
    several Hlllyer
    forming a background, months ago. Mrs. Gay Living- I Anderson at the regular : sec'und.
    Estates the various trophies and rib- The Keystone store Is being ston and Mrs Ray Starnes meetln of the Keystone neccHmtated by street paving[ / Councilman
    There will be two shows; bons to be won by Horse managed by J. E. O'Con- Sunday was the beginning: w Heights City Council Tuesday 'projects (no matter when the the LaRue then Injected -

    one in the afternoon, at 1 p. Show participants! are displayed nor. with Robert J. Shuugh- of Youth Week for the Melrose .. rlwht pipes were originally placed), Q. E. new propositionthat
    Wiggins, WaterWorks
    and the Water
    m, and one in the Works will
    eveningat In the nessy assistant Methodist Youth Fellowship
    window plus a
    manager If
    you work for the Keystone president, would be willing -
    7:30.: A ticket for $1 will few already won by Dr. Louis L. Huntley of Change Sunday evening the W Q. Howling, Jr., (left), ]>...".lcI..nt...tmi<* heightsRotary Heights street bear the has expense to be of any pipethat due to "forget about" the 60O
    take you to either show. For Chilstoffers and his daugh- Park Is president of the cor- MYF enjoyed swimming, ment aid llepal.t.// replaced feet of line
    Club, presents gift to District $1.50, you may attend both ters in other horse shows. porat'TiMELROSE'! : picnic and names at Mr. and meeting hurt Friday days off for sickness! Attorney Anderson said if the city >would assume the
    shows, so actually you save In addition i Mrs Ronald Arrowsmlth's '' "
    to the enter-
    year "you've had It, according ( that In his opinion, "The wa- expense' of moving all waterlines
    money by attending both tainment, there will also be 'YYYY99YYYYYYY9YY..Y. lake home Tuesday the l (due to street in
    to n aeclsion of the council ter company shouldn't have to( paving)
    shows I they tell mel food for sale-box lunches, I MYF. accompanied by their District Governor Ed Peck \ at the request of Street bear the coot of moving pipe, the future
    This is the second: annual we hear. The Lionellas will councilor,. Mrs. Arrowsmlth. Chairman George E. LaRue. and the city shouldn't haveto Thomas Insisted that the
    horse show put on by the be in charge of the various Rev. Steuart and Mrs. Olynn Feted By Keystone Rotarians "No more days off for sick- bear the cost of replacingpipe Nightensae! Street resolution
    Lions. The one last' year was food Items. Rothhammer spent the day ness without a doctors certificate ." should be approved anyway.

    so well received il was decided Be sure you don't miss it! By Sally KothliammrrAAAAAAAA.4AAAAAAAAA4.AA4 at Murlnelund and the W. Q. [Bllll] Dowllng\ LaRue suggested, Thin new action developed
    to make it an annual I pre- his meeting! with the club by (Continued on next page)
    "PLEASE!'; DON'T PUSH Beach. Thursday they plan a
    affair I to I sident of the Keystonp Bufo\ ,'d Mitchell of the I and t ti.e; Council went alongin
    trip Sunnyland Center in ;
    ILINE" '
    Have you seen the display Boy Scouts of Troop 109 Gainesville I Helgnts Rotary Club. and Star'ci' / club who Is a special view of reported excess'
    We hear that thingswfren.t Melrose, Mrs. Dowling entertained! lepierentatlve of the District absenfrifm: for one causeor
    In the went
    Keystone Jewelry on a bird tourto Boys 8
    through 10
    so lively at the polls years
    jl street de-
    members of the KeytoneHeights Governor
    Store window? The attrac-| Cedar Key, Saturday years who wish to be Cub .
    tive display was set up by (Continued on next page) August 8 Mrs. Ronald Ar- Scou'!+, plan] to attend a Rotary Club a.sem-: President Dowllng presented pal tment employees I I IT'S GOOD-SENSE.
    bly] at their home of Lake Oov LaRue also requested i that
    rowsmlth conducted the tour meeting at the Melrose Peck with a Rotary I .
    V I for training the Scouts to Methodist\ Church Sept. I, Geneva last Friday night 111/| desk pen set and a gift t'mplobe! given their PAY
    II identify birds In the field honor of District Governor i for his Rotary Ann at the checks at the end of the
    fl accompanied by your parents I', work day.. on Friday rather
    Ed Gainesville
    = I and fullfill requirements for Carl Cox will be the Peck of conclusion of the Friday
    I than af* as has been
    the Bird Merit Badge Committeeman Cub Scout Master and Gil- Al Nelson, past District' noon meeting noon
    Governor of 694. and a )I Coy the custom In the past' i
    Claude :Martin: bert Reed. past Peck was pleased to .
    committeeman '
    I iI provided tran. portAtion. The chairman The Melrose Methodist presllent:\ of the Keystones I hear of the fine results of "Weie only Retting a 4110 | t.' ,- .
    left Melrose club. Introduced Oover'nor the Keystone Rotary swim day vior'c! week from some of
    group at 5 a. m will provide meeting i
    for Cedar Keys and with quarters for the Cub Scout Peck, at the Friday noon: prO I'.lm. which Is a duo them," LaRue said indicating -,,
    I I I II overcast skies until 11 a. m., Troop. meeting when the new DL+-i i protect each summer He t'let' after the employees
    it trict Governor outlined his wan also rflhP.oI! their checks /some of
    was a fine day for birdIng. Melrosc: High School will complimentary con-
    They sighted 3 Bald Eagles\ hold registration for the new ten-point program for they| cerning the Keystone Club'spiepaiatlon them did little If any work.

    ((2 adults and an Immature), students August 17. School coming year, carrying out! for Its business Councilman Walt Thomas
    the theme. "Dare to be different -I and said! tho city needed a set of
    4 Ospreys, a Marsh Hawk will begin the 29th of August session for the gracious by'' '
    Whit Illr&es. a Clapper Rail ." hospitality of President and firm work policies and suggested -
    I 4 hi Faith Gov Pick was assisted in Mrs. Dowling.Mounted these bp formulated
    Presbyterian will
    r at a rpeclal meeting to be
    KEYSTONE hold registration the 30 ot' held m'errtl. on
    To Save
    August with classes: begin- Horse ShowSaturday Posse at 4 p. m i .\ n RevokedIn Money
    Drive-In Theatre ning Sept 6 for Kindergarten Twenty-six events will be
    i;wo reverse plays on
    students, included: In the two shows,
    Fri, Sat.-Aujf. 12, 1 13:) The Art Wheeler's have and dinner will be available other nullified matters actions the taken council at a .- ( Your New Car !

    _... L r "..... -- gone to Tucson, Ariz on a At on the giounds Tickets are previous meeting
    t:.0n\ DEADLY DAMntHOUS ,. "J i business and pleasure trip. KeystoneThe $1.50 In advance I includes In a new twist in the "on ,' f
    ,\ ,. THE GAME" ISBLINDFOLD.. I The St. John Baptist both shows!I. 01 $1 at the attain, "ff again"! controversy Finance your new car here. Save money becauseof

    FEDDERSWHOLE-HOUSE ,v.....:r., Church will hold Baptism Second Annual HorseShow gate for each show. I betwen the Water Works! and our.'low interest rates and E-Z terms.

    1"j next week on Sunday evening sponsored by the Keystone The entry fee Is $1 per the City Attorney BerwickAnderson Yes, 'it's good sense to investigate our car
    at 9 The horse for each !
    p. m. 14th ofCon"nued Heights Lions Club event entered
    ROCK HUDSON ClAUDIA MRD1HAIE'BLINDFOLD will be held Saturday. Aug. A trophy and five ribbons was Instructed to A finance plan before you invest. Come in today.
    FLEXHERMETIC .ggggfl/ ( on Next Page'NEWS : scrap 1resolution he had
    ; I 13 from 12 noon until 7 p. will be awarded In each class Just presented. to the council
    m. at Lake Point Farm If there are not three or
    and cnme with
    up another
    AIR CONDITIONING Highway 21 Just south of more entries! in any class It which. In effect, would wipe,)I KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
    SUN., !MON.. TUKS.; NOTES Keystone Heights may be sciatched
    I I the slate] clean of the Wlght-
    goes in fast. costs less Aug. 14, 15, 16 Kj Helen Kfaa A highlight of the day's Proceeds from the show angale Street waterline dispute -' F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Flo.
    events will be a Drill Parade of used by the civic and provide that from

    FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL SHANEAlan I! through Keystone by the center building' fund of the here on out "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

    COMMUNITY; : ('IIUNCIII A1a '1ua County Sheilffs! Keystone Heights Lions Club The City of Keystone! Community."

    Laclcl Jean Arthur I Gerald Culberson, lay -

    Redfearn preacher of Park-of-the-Palma, =,, -
    Appliances '"
    I presided at the Sunday morning -
    Tues., Wed.-Au./ 17, 1 IS worship service and in-

    .. 2KEYSTONE TIKO AND THESHARK tioduced Or Wilbur the Bock guest, preacher associate I Announcing

    pastor of the University Evangelical Opening
    HEIGHTS FLA. Lutheran Church of
    Gainesville' Guest preacher for
    this Sunday will be Dr J. "
    4r .
    Leighton' Scott, Westminister ,

    Presbyterian Church of Ie- I r .,M 1
    The popularity of hand-kmt
    !sweaters la so great that Mrs! I II

    Charles Wallen Ius, cochairman -
    BUSINESS DIRE and Mrs. Roy BrldgtM,
    of the Bazaar Committee havean
    urgent call for knitters,

    APPLIANCES BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE STOKE Yarn will be furnished and
    I full directions So knitters, E EEiI

    T V Service CenterJ. THE BLUE PINES please call either Mrs. Wal- (f1. Y ,1 '14gn r rsssMiIrrItgN'erL..EayR.EAM
    KEYSTONEBEAUTY lenlus, 473-4192. or Mrs( Bridges -

    K, TIMES, Proprietor Package Store & 473-4133. rfrs
    SHOP COCKTAIL LOUNGE: At the Church Women plan-

    Authorized MotorolaPhilco Open I 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Excep''' ningmeeting last June, it wow
    Sales and Service Edith: Johnson, Owner Sunday approved that Christmas cards 1 1f.
    Service On All Makes and note paper made up car I -
    Dance Every Saturday Night ..
    .. ''''
    TV RADIO STEREO Personal Music of Connie and rying a picture. of the church L 1. s. /
    sketched by artist Dorothy .
    COLOR TV The Fireballs ,
    A t'" a
    : Crea.tlvelIalr | Newman. Before ordering ..
    Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Styling <4< MILKS EAST OF your f. :, .""'" ....
    Christmas cards, please check4 I
    KevsUme Heights./ 473-4651 KEYSTONE EIGHTS
    with the chairman _
    Individual Beauty Care
    Auto Sales P FRSON.t: LS
    & Service HEAL ESTATE
    Every Form of Beauty Culture Mr. and Mrs. Charles Will. 1 _

    LAKE LOTSLake lejiiua enjoyed a surprise visit! _
    SPRING MOTORSComplete Open Tues-Sat. 9-3; Geneva MCO\ (Term) from their Hon-ln-luw, Robert

    Closed Monday Lake Brooklyn I3BOO (Terms) E Lambert, formerly of Key.
    Service 8t Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN Trailer Lots $:iOO up (Terms) stone and now of Atlanta. He
    Keystone Height. 473-4WU MORTGAGE: BROKER!: Is district representative 01
    APPK.\IH\L HKIUICE: a tool and tie company. JIFFY STORES
    "If It'. For A VolkswagenWe I \.II8IK.lat.. : Friends of Mr. and Mrs Inc.

    Have It." Electrical Sales & Service Mrs. M. Ilgen, 4T3-4S1 Harlow Fuller of Park-of-the- ,

    Capt R. Lovorn 473-4152 Palms regret to learn that
    Always Plenty of Good Used I :Mr Puller" entered St. Vin
    Volkswagens In Stock Yeoman's Electrical S.E.McKay, Realtor cent's Hospital) ( for surgery HIGHWAY 21 (NORTH-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

    Green Cove Springs 284-920', KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i this week. ;Mrs Fuller Is irtav-
    Sales & Service Phone" 473-481(1( ing at the Martha Washington -
    RESTAURANTSBeidler's Retirement Home in Jacksonville NATIONAL UOIIKMIAN; 21)) OZ. EVERFRESH;

    AUTO SERVICE Frlgidaire Appliance* during her husbands

    Maytag Washers Holiday hospitalization. OPENINGSPECIALS I
    Mr and Mrs. F. P. BEER 6la.k99c
    KING'S Zenith and Motorola TV Egan :: :
    Slegler HeatersP. Restaurant were saddened to learn of the BREAD E 19 C
    Service Station death of Mrs Egan's cousin
    f7nder New Ownership (COLD) Plus Deposit I
    0, Box 186 Melrose James H. Valentine, in Portland
    USED CARS AT Phone 475-2171 OIL PAREDESFtn !: Ore last Friday. A military -
    BARGAIN PRICES Food Moderately Price* funeral was held on. August -
    ELECTRICAND NURSERY Full Dinner T.onohAla : Al Lagame and Mrs.Helen Pkg. TK Corn Chip- 1 CTN. ((6 PACK) 10 OZ.
    ACETYLENE O.C.Carnes PIZZA PIES Egan attended a liquid
    WELDING Nursery embroidery party at Flora- With Each:
    Illwajr 100, Flora home-2} BEER home on Tuesday of last week. FREE
    1 Block North of Red Light
    MELROsE 475-2131 Miles SE of Starke KI'"V''I'I'ON'II' : nnnrrrt' In regard to the notice of a Purchase: Of COCA-COLA 39C
    "sew-In" in conjunction with
    MELROSEAuto Nursery StockThous: USED CARS the board meeting, this was 18

    ands of Plants tt Fruit an error. No date has been I 39c Pkg. TK Pot. Chips! Plus
    Service Trees to choose from Nice WE HAVE GOOD get for the sew-In, and the Deposit
    Shade Trees, Evergreens Used Cars and Trucks executive board meeting will

    Richard Jones Prop, & Landscape) Plants All At Saving Price be held on Sept. 5 as the
    in containers-plant anytime We'll Get It For Yon president, 'ora.:: Walter Oro-

    Former Owner J L. Motors Camellias tc azaleas.Let Vernon If We Don't Buff Have Garage It lick lost, of will thin be month.in Tennessee the Free Candy and Balloons For The KiddiesTHE

    Macclenny us do your landscaping I The general meeting of the
    0w,'. 100 Keystone HfU. Church Women will be held I
    __. MRS RO5E Phooo 684-5663 473- UTI Sept 12 instead of the 5th. "':

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    THURSDAY. AUO. 11. 1989

    phnslzecl that the Council's' $300. Nothing could be foundIn Keystone Volunteer Fire I in Keystone Heights, vlsltlns Funeral Services can circulate around the' SGT. MAJOR SAGE;

    Council Vetoes only duty in connection with the city's files, however KEYSTONE Dept., the city Council Rescue Mr. LaMee's parents. Mr. For Mrs. EdwardsAt meat. I DIES l.N NEW: YORK

    the tax roll is to sit; as a setting, forth the terms of Unit Meeting in Green I and Mra. Lawrence F. La- Store hum. frankfurters Sgt. Major Louis Saw.; 7 7 i ,

    board of equalizers to adjust this authorization.It HILITESFrom Cove Springs. Clay County Mee. Sr., on Keystone Lake. Crosby Lake bacon, bologna and smoked I a member of Amern; i '

    Tax NoticesFrom Inequ.tlLleathat is. if one was: decided to turn the Budget Meeting, a. Surplus LOCAL LADIES HONORED sausage in the coldest partof Legion Post 56 Mln,'"> IIM.::. \'

    piece of property is not assessed matter over to Attorney An- Property Meeting In Middle-I Mrs. Blanche Cunninghamand Mrs. Blanche B. Edwards. the refrigerator In their lied Thursday. Aug. *., ,HI( |Iii,, ,

    ut the same figure as derson to find out what burg. and a meeting with a her sister-In-law Mrs 68, a teacher In the Bradford original packaging Use up home in Rego Park. N.\\
    ( Preceding 1'aKcl ( Preceding Pace) both or School system for bacon within a week a. halt York.
    nnothfekparcel of equal authoi Izatlon the engineerIng Fall-out Shelter Survey Louise Forsythe. County

    /font failed to gain support value. lira went above the JaOOflgurft. last Tuesday aft they were Team. Lake Geneva, have received I 39 years, died Wednesday. ham in 3 to 4 days and a S!{t. Sage was a |bI'01111"i,, ?

    -from the other councllinen Ch"!' Roy Watkins : the time before. In all 29 July rescue operations con- their !raId 50-year pins for' Aug. 3. at her home in whole ham within a week. Tf Inlaw of Ben Stisl
    wno were willing to settle for added his mon voice to those protestini In other action the Council: perso.is voted, and this number cernedJuly 1. man with their membershop In the Lee Mount Dora, where she had a whole ham is too much for Starke. and resided here ;ut

    thf new proposition the postcard notices -Set up a meeting for 7 p. included the four ladies stroke: July 4, man InjuredIn Etta Auxiliary of the Broth lived for the past sevenyears. the family to use when It'llat one time. Funeral st-i \ I ii <.
    Laltne Card Fall* m. Monday with a registered of Railroad Train- it's peak quality, purchase were held
    saying "I object to the and the deputy on duty. Ac- a fall] ; July 6. possible er-hood Sunday In Nt u
    In Ha second reversal!, the to attend to aircraft mechanIc Mr. Satter- cording to Blanche] Cunningham 'drowning at Oold Head men. The ladles] Joined this. Mrs. Edwards was a mem- smaller\ amounts. Wrap York.

    Council voted against sending: Council trying elected!! official's field, who was Introduced at It wasn't a very excit- subject revived; July 8. auto Auxiliary on August 3. In ber of the Church of Christ ham slices tlnhtly., Finn to
    out postcard notices to Keystone business'On the meeting an a possible successor ing day. Oh well, some days accident SR 100: July 9. 1916. In Conncllsville.\ Pa. and had been teaching In use them within few days.

    Heights property owners motion made by La- for O. W. Van Valin at are bound to be dull. drowning at Black Creek They also received letters of the Christian Home and BIble Ground meat such as hamburger ft'I'I'I:

    notifying them on their new a Keystone Airport. KINDERGARTENREGISTRATION Mlddleburg; July 11. report commendation from the School since moving to and bulk sausage, arc, :>.7.I; 1 i. ,. I. )Io".h, ."" ,"
    19R6 assessment and showing Hue to proceed with sending Reacted favorable to a Lodge in Columbus. Mount Dora from Starke. quick to spoil. Use such meat I I. 1".'i'.v, I-u.'v., o 10"'let \\ .. .
    u Comparison\ with their 1965 i out the cards the vote was: request by Keystone Legion of disturbance Mlddleburg; Grand \' I,..1. I It, Ih". 'jr' 1111. i ',".", t
    last Watklns. Redfeam. and Registration for Faith July 16, Air-boat accident, Ohio. Both of their husbandswere Surviving are her husband. within one to two days or )J"ranI, ',lIn (.U'IIII'' ( ". )..,,,, .1.1.
    Vnlue At its Post Commander Rose
    meeting Billy railroad men. Earl A. Edwards. Mount freeze It. The problem U that n". 'nll t"rlll, .
    and Presb/terian Church Kindergarten Hall\ Lake; July 16 and 17 I I Io.u.I I
    Donohoe ,
    I INol I
    month, the vote was unanimous Thomas ; for the city to fly the American (
    I! .
    ; will start at 9 a. m.August .. drownlngs. Shands BrMce! Those in search of local Dora; a son Carl H. Edwards more of the meat surface has th. .rriu'o' "J'I i ; ,,
    in favor of sending: out LaRua rYes flag: daily In front of the Hillulllhl..r will 111 PI'lY\ 1'"'I, I' I
    31 at the Church. on July 18 lost child found; history! might well find Mrs. Columbus. Oa.; a been exposed to contamination ,
    such rords. LaRuc then asked if It municipal building, and complimented ; '' S I" I Ih. S tlll': t H".01..
    an Invaluable sister. Anna Alexander. Pomona from air. handler aol "'/1..1.. ..,.. ..
    for citi Route 21, between Melrose July 19 false report of planecrash Blanche Cunningham / 'nllnha." I.'", I ..1, .
    Councilman Thomas said would be alright a Rose for his efforts ,
    Lake: July source of Informa Calif.; four grandchildren mechanical equipment Always .11, II n. ,' '' "I" !"" ,., .)...
    'nai. the cards, with the zen's group to send out the organizing the new Legion and Keystone Heights. at Magnolia I L. 'rS.., U" s.. ,
    \\'oldln..l proposed by LaRue. ,_."wI... ..,_,'. WAA""' ___ told n__ .yes_''_?. and -vu.--.... This will be the 6th year 22, auto: accident; July 23, tion. Of course Keystone history and two great grand- store ground: ment ( I,j".. ,
    of operation for this nonprofit man with stroke. Lake Geneva doesn't go back too children. loosely wrapped in the coldest ,
    be in the mail.
    of "They'll
    ,Mould have: the effect en- said. -Voted to send the Municipal -
    institution which Is ; alfo July 25 auto accident farbut Mrs. Cunninghamwas Funeral services were held part of the relrlgeratoi'
    miraii! ; property owners to Tax Assessor J. O. Hanson Code & Corporation of
    engaged In a program of SR 100: July 27. false here before the Lawrence at 10 a. m. Thursday Aug.
    ''ompialn and protest against reported that total gross!! Tallahassee a check for $300 ----
    training for the report of trouble at Magnolia Development Company 4. In the Eustis Church of
    th near assessment roll. valuation on the new tax roll aa partial payment on a past
    childern in our area. Thisyear' Lake; July 28. report of boat and she has a good Christ! with orville H. Boyd
    Is $2415920. as compared due account of $600 01 for I ,
    Tie M'd' this not theCouncl1' ,
    to the fact Interment followed ,
    added officiating.
    : school term will\ be accident I.ake Geneva: and memory
    with $:,090.m on the 1965 codifying city ordinances ,.
    business, and received -
    roll. He had previously said Henrd Chief Police from Tues., Sept. 6, through also] false report of man with: that she saves things like at 2 p. m. in Crosby ,'. A-
    lrm hacking from At- of .
    Friday, May 26. heart attack Santa Fe Lake; clippings programs pictures. Lake with Rehbaum-Harden
    that he used the Clay Coun- Wally Muhlhofer ask for clarification \ -
    tot Anderson who &aicnerednst I .
    ney licensed of Until a few years ago, Funeral Home of Mount 'St _
    ty Assessor's 1965 figures \ of the city's right to The school Is by July 29. false report man etc.
    { out !the proposed
    of the Bradford County Health with heart attack; July 30,: the late Mrs. Ella Bird was Dora In charge.
    about rC5 per cent actuol regulate SR 21
    cards would be 'bad policy.\ ) parking on
    Dcpt., and Mrs. Velma La- Keystone Heights woman official historian being the
    An'leunn. repeatedly em-! value i In making up his 66 right-of-way through the city. -
    -w '
    roll. Mee will be head teacher with heart attack. oldest citizen with the longest Use Caution _
    -Received presentationsfrom
    I KlockbuHlrr Bill You may call her at home. We urge you to clip thisparagraph resdence. We nominateMrs.
    Muhlhofer of
    r-- a polished MeatsIn
    Fln.inoo: Chairman Thomas cross-section from "one of the 473-4632 or at the school and mount It-or Cunningham Official

    I dropped a surprise package oldest pine trees" In the city 4755441.TO copy it into your directory In i Historian for the Keystonearea. RefrigeratorDon't .

    in the Council's lap in on behalf of Mrs. Camille Stewart AVOID CONFUSION a prominent place: Clay : :
    the for.n of a bill from Rey and a wall clock for the Remember that there will County Civil Defense!! Rescue :. Mri. Lena. Clemens has received store cold cuts in th I

    I nold.,*. Smith & Hill Jack- municipal building, on behalfof be two Kindergartens In our Units are available at I. her son George Allen's'new refrigerator any longer than

    son rii'inpprlna: !\ : firm. in the Keystone Jewelers. area this fall. Mrs. Louise Orange Park. Green Cove address, and says he' three to five days.

    ,' will Kindergarten Springs' and Keystone would like to hear from his Even the best of refrigerators
    amount < $1.59907 for the Reaffirmed the policy ol Heskett \ have her '
    first ;phase! (preliminary ap- filing re.ports of nonpaymentof I again at St. Wil Heights! In case of atomic, old friends and school mates. on normally\ cool days : ''a

    pralst. rf the Keystone occupational licenses with liam's Hall In Keystone natural, or man-made disasters His address! is a* follows won't hold these meats beyond

    Watej Works ordered by the' :Mayor Al Nelson... who will Helgnts, and her registration and other emergencies Pvt. George: F. Allen. RA that time limit. say:

    I Council\il.t a time when consideration order a police Investigation, days will be August 24, 25. as requested by law en- 149 2n40. Battery A. 8th Dr. Robert L. Reddish meat;. ; : _

    was being; given to and subsequent report to the and 28. prior to the opening/ force.nent agencies fire departments MSL BN1.. 1st Arty.. APO San specialist, Florida Aicrlcul

    I "urchde of the water facil- Council. date which will\ be August 29 or local government Francisco 96331. tural Extension Service. And :

    --Accepted report of Tax Her telephone number Is authorities in our If you haven't done your In humid weather refrl-jer-
    ity.Thomas county and! la surrounding good deed for the day. why p .
    said he had talked Collector Catherine icGlave. 473-4974. : ator temperatures tend to go
    with former Mayor M. L. -Heard Safety Chairman CIVIL DEFENSE NEWS counties when requested by not write to a service man? up too.

    Beasley who said the engln- IVmohoe report that a State During July. your defense competent persons. Call No one could appreciate your Fresh roasts, chops! and

    erlns firm! had been authorized Health Department analysis Dlreclor. Ray Chance In addition Sheriff's office In Green efforts more. I steaks likewise should not bt

    to complete the first gave a clean bill of health to to hit regular duties. Cove Springs, 284-3379; II I- held for more than two to

    phase at a cost not to exceed water at Keystone Beach. attended meetings with the Oran e Park Police De;:>t.. I- four 'lays. For poultry and

    I ... .. 2(54-9112( : or the Clay County fish shorten this period to
    '=-r ===
    -"- -. Civil Defense Director In Melrose Immediate use and nevei

    Keystone Heights. 473-4260 I over two days.

    1 or 4734851. Store these foods In the

    I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY FIREMEN'S BAMNEXT (From Preceding: Page] coldest part of your refrigerator -

    SATURDAY EVENINGThe : I where the temperature

    Annual Fireman's August the Sunday School Is usually! 30 to 35 degrees.

    Hook-and-Ladder Hop will\ plans a picnic at Butler wrappings loose so; air
    ----- ---- -- Keep !
    be held Saturday evening. Beach at St. Augustine. I

    Air Conditionin -lIeatin .1 Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment Aug. 20 at the Fire House. Th3 Episcopal Church will)

    : Proceeds will\ I/O/ into the hold a Rummage Sale at the Of
    RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock OfficemlUll" equipment fund. There will\ Parish House Saturday the Announcing The Opening -

    Authorized Alrtemp Beauty Academy be dancing with music. furnished 13. 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
    Heating & Air Conditioning Most 1ENT by the SpotLightersfrom Mr. and Mrs. James PriceJr.
    SHEET METAL Learn a Profession In Your Address For Ladles Jacksonville\ who will and family's guest for the Rosier Monument Co.
    Spare Time. Full or Part Time thCoronaAuthorlzedDealer Intermission weekend Mrs. Price's
    R*ldcntal Commercial DRE'SESSUITSCO.TSMATERNITY! also give an were

    -Industrial DAY &: EVENING CLASSESLow entertainment. Donation will sister. Mr. and Mrs. Arno

    Sale*- nsbl1atlon-Servlce Tuition Terms WEAItaCCESSORIES Clary-Victor-Totall* be $2 per couple and the Tledgen and two children of

    Adding Machines Calculator.] till lam Columbus Oa.J. Madison Across Street From Winn-Dixie
    2702 N.E. 19th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. time from 9 p. m. til W. Street -
    Gainesville 372-0714 Please patronize your firemen O. Dann's daughter.Mrs. .
    Gainesville 3782766CittIN 7 W University Gainesville who do so much for Daisy Strange/ and

    SAVE TIME Discuss yom you In times of emergency. friend. Richard Collens of

    SAWS MOBILE HOMES requirements with us first. LUNCHEON CARD PARTY Coldwater Mich.. visited

    AUTO SALES&SERVICEJEEP The Woman's Club of with the Dann's for several
    528 N. Main St. Gainesville days. Mrs. Nora Mlsenhlmm.
    A. & J. Saw Keystone Heights is planninga
    MUSTANGMobile Phone 376-5551
    Mrs. Dann's sister of Flor-
    novel!' luncheon and card ,
    Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co. Homes Inc. party for Thursday Aug. 25. ence, S. C. visited with the

    Joe Anderson Mgr.\ starting at 12 noon at thelMasonic Dann's for several days.
    RAMBLERAmerica's I Mobile PAINT & GLASS Hall. I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L.
    Galn6l>vllle's Discount
    Finest Economy Car Iloinelite Chain Sawn Home Sales Lot. Their theme will be O. Baldwin and family will\
    SALES AND SERVICE SALES & SERVICE: be sad to hear. they are
    Volume purehases for our en- Liddell Paint & "Backto School". and the
    Repairs & Parts All Makes will bring moving August 13 to Bran-
    tire chain guarantees savings menu planned
    Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR of many hundreds of dollarson Glass Co. back memories of yesteryear. ford. Mr. Baldwin will\ teach Opening Friday, August 12, 1966
    Vocational Agriculture' at
    SALES & SERVICE the quality home of your Why not enter the School
    KY.IMZE P.lSTSGl.&BsUJrrorsSUdlnlC Branford High School and
    1133 S. Main 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville choice. Day. Picture Contest in con- Mrs. Baldwin will teach Jr. GRANITE; AND \ ." :MONUMENTS;
    4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North : Door- Junction with this party. ? .
    Gainesville 312-8135 Phone 372-3588
    Gainesville 378-1346 Tub Enclosures-Shower Doors This will\ be a version of High English.: ;MEMORIALS: AND) MAUSOLEUMS l ;
    I Just Off Waldo Road Pre-Schoo] COllferpnre11"" \
    .WlndowiAwnlngCarpetVaIlpaperStorefront "The Face Is Familiar and
    B & G Motors : be August' IS. with Mr. and
    Co. .
    CONCRETE PRODUCTS NIotorcyc1e.ScootersStreit's the collection will be on dis- Mrs. Baldwin planning to Quality Workmanship At Reasonable Prices
    CADILLACOLDSMOBILESALES Consultation. play at the Keystone Bank
    & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Bicycle Shop where entry blanks will be attend.Mr. Convenient( Terms -
    118 N.W. Sixteenth St. and Mrs. U. R. Harris
    Fine PRODUCTSARE available Wednesdays
    Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE HONDA MOTORCYCLES on Monday.

    Taken On Cadillac Trades THE BEST FROM Cushman & Vespa. Scooter GAINESVILLE 372-8191 and Fridays, startIng and six home children after have several returned -i OFFICE HOURS[ '

    2001 "; .W. 13th. Rt. 441 Edward's Building Ductttl-BSA-Zundapp Identifying August the 12. greatest The person num- days visit with her parents. i Daily toO) ::! A.M.: To Ii P.M.: -Closed Wednesday; and! Sunday

    PHONE 376-7313 Sales & Service and Mrs. W. A. Lott of '
    Inc. Motorcycles- from Mr. ] Hy Time.
    Supply, SIC.NSWILLIAMS ber of Club members \ Appintment-\ny)
    the list will
    736 S. l\faln-372-4 Locksmith & Safe Work I receive a with prize the The display winner Rev. and Mrs. Poppell's] PHONES: OIFICE-969.!)( 12B1:!( I-RESIDENCE 782-3635:! :;:; .t

    Pinna Performance 818 W. University Ave. Neon Signs, Inc. will be announced at tN daughters. Kathy and Cheryl I
    SAAB GAINESVILLE. P'LAEI."X'TIUC Gainesville ,17677ft1MOTORCYCLES card party. Come on and are visiting with their aunt Home-owned and Operated

    "Sign!! t"'pVIth' WiflfsniW. Join the fun-what have you and uncle Stewart of Fern-' By Marvin and Louise Rosier
    MOTORSELECTRIC ; andlna Beach while Kim I
    BALKS AND SERVICE got to lose? And circle the
    I. PLASTIC-NEON SIGNS Stewart Is visiting the Poppen's. -
    THECYCLE date of the party August
    CLEAN USED CARS SalesServieeMalntenano.ErectionsAlterations\ 25. because you won't wantto Next week Kim will go
    SHOP horns, and Paul Stewart will
    1031 S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co. I "Your Designs or Or- miss it.
    come for a visit.
    Of Gwtaenvllle Inc.RepairingRewinding. NORTON BULTACO For your reservations. call Atlas Plycron tires roll smoother
    Bruce and Haddockof
    Phone 378-2136 DUCATI BRIDGESTONEMOTORCYpLES! :3720 N.E. 20th Way Zee Tolles at 4734138. or Betty
    OAlnesvlll Irene Williams\ at 475-5001. Tallahassee will\ spend a

    New and Used Days 3T2-600A Nltes 374-BM4 HERE N' THERE few days visiting the Rev.
    and Mrs. James Fink this .wear
    Tropical Pontiac Mrs. Clair
    WORK GUARANTEED' Complete. Service. &: Parts Josephine St. week.
    of Arlington Va., l Is visiting
    Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New & Used machines In stock TILES & PAINT Gilbert Reed's cousin
    with Mrs. Betty Myerly and
    Easy Financing Term Walter Aemmer and familyof last up to 3,000
    Phone 3T2-8318 her sister, Mrs. Emma New ,
    TRUCK OMC CENTER Available Akron Ohio are guests of ,
    FLtNTKOTE TILE' man, at their Lakevlew\ Drive n
    the Reed's for a week.
    PONTIAC FARM 1 EQUIPMENT} : 321$ N.W. 8th Aye home. Before returning to !

    220 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville> 378-3680 Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos., her home Mrs. St. Clair will]\ admitted MM. OcarVhltehead!to the St. Vincent's was! I s miles longer

    372-2583 Santa Fe Tractor Floor Finishing Products ilslt friends In Ft. Lauderdale Hospital in Jacksonville J
    .\VIOVKRS and Hollywood.
    Mon-lay for an operation.
    CRANE Inc. DfRALITK: PAINTGYM Sp'4' Ray Wlngate. Jr.. arrived Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox and / J

    Distance Moving home ..
    Long from WashingtonState !. ,
    family spent two weeks at
    LINCOLN-:MERCrilY FORD Local Drayage : FINISH last Saturday for a / ...... Mo"
    their beach home near Mar-|
    Authorized Sales & Serviceroe
    Storage Parking Crating furlough with his parents on
    H. University Gainesville Tenney Tile & Paint ineland. Several days11'8
    Farm Tractors" A ImplementsFord Brooklyn Bay Circle. He will
    Phone 3724251Crane's : Shipping spent visiting In Tampa. 8t
    Industrial Machinery I be here until August 19
    2222 N.W. 6th St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
    Imports FREE FSTIJtATES! CALLHILL'S when he will return to the
    LANDROVKR 4 Wheel! Drive I Rebecca Mullls and John
    Volvo (rcedes-Ben2) PARTS SERVICE Gainesville\ 378-1302 West Coast to prepare to KO Allen were Joined In mar- Atlas is '
    FIATIflLLMAN220t SALES I MOVING to Viet Nam on Sept. 2. for Amazing Plycron tho "round" tire! Tho pro-

    4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville I 13 months duty. riage at the Ellam Baptist cision. tire :made on molds that are within three-thou
    I Church at 5
    & Inc. p. m. August;
    N. Main Gainesville TRAVEL Cpl. Lawrence F." LaMee.Jr. 6th. A rehearsal dinner was sandths of an inch of perfect round! Tests have shown

    Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2548: 3318 N.E. Waldo RJ.Oalneavlllft will be home Sept.' 6. held at the Church Friday you get up to 3.OOO :miles more from an Atlas tire! For tires.

    HARDEN SUPPLIES: 372-4271 House of Travel after the Marine completing, Corps.: 5 years For the in night. and for unmatched service call your Standard Oil Agent a

    AUTO SALVAGE MUSIC I INC.AIRLINKS past three years. Larry has Mr.and and family Mrs. L.of C.Marietta.Oa. Thompson -. local man who knows your needs and can servo them: quickly. i i

    Johnson & Far Inc. been stationed at the Whit? were weekend guests of
    LIPHAM MUSICCo. House attached to the Prestdent's "W latr Ifltrr core a/your: equlpmntj
    Mr. and Mrs. Roth-
    Paul's Auto Salvage STEAMSHIP! Helicopter crew. Olynn
    Line of hammer.

    W. Buy Wrecked Cars At I 8EEDS-PLANT Complete Inc., R. R.I Ifee.Larry'who brother.has been Pat assigned! La- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. The Standard man delivers STAN DARDK.

    LIPHAM Hotels! Car Rcntafrt! Tyre and children: Carolynand
    etlcldPrt SuppIIINFERTD.IZE.K8
    to the weather bureau in
    Ronald and grandson
    All Makes & Models PIANOS ORGANSDRUMSGuitars : Weekdays 8:30: to 6:00: ,Jacksonville, has just finished Tom and two friends. Steve AGENI'-- "
    Used Part his annual two weeks of,
    'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' and AmplifierSHEE'l' and Linda Rothhammer G. DUNCAN
    Teletype Service-We Will Sat. t la. 12. duty with the Coast Guard ,
    224 NW. 8th Av.. MUSIC spent Saturday at Crescent
    Find Any Part For You. Reserve at the Naval Air
    Bench for of fun. STARKE
    a day FLA.rAnI'
    Gainesville 376-4S12 PHONE 372-0471 Gainesville Shopping Center 3415 W University Ave. Station. .

    441 N. Put Stock Yard 00Un6MlLt. P1*. 372-5353: OulntwvtUe 373-1601 I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert La- .
    rfee and two chlUren of Ptaatlo Notebook $''.60 At the ,.,m4.ieHsvaoq' cHT6t' "(..

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    Sets WeekendTraining Session 'i : ; WON A MUSTANG or $1,000 FREE

    The monthly weekend 11'in-, __________
    Ing osHvinblic-a! will be condooil -
    by <'ol> I'MiiinU': I :rfipl. :!II'd
    :' Bn .it lb(' Sttn'ke:: nrroiy -. PLAY
    Saturday and Sunday.cording \1'
    to the unit comers" ____1
    ei, Capt.\ James F. JBIuu JlD _

    worth The training, nsnombllpi!. will I _
    Include classes., In maintenot
    CUR deft:"'. BINGO
    of equipment LUCKY
    drills, and coiemonlet I. and I 011- I 1
    the job training 1" the 1'(111I1'( _
    of weapons aircraft auloirtlve :: STOa
    vehicles, welding uuHI
    supply The unit completed, its an- :. 11-" SntatG7 tea u.: fc Q'(Gohi
    Sumner anal field at Fort training Stewart for, GIl.1 the.. I I .V. r.',....,..., ''1 +."'',Y''j.4f .r.. ..9:J.-u"."'" :<:."",\,,-,.,.,...-,,..".,.... ., -'1I.v i .'....,..._.:.f'". .....I........ R-; ..- kk, .{r I r CRACKIN' G00SALTINES --

    Capt.June:Maj.118.Drew Rnndal F.P.Reddish Chitty hl1v i nnd<, I THE LATEST"LUCKY REGULAR 27* No. 303 Can ASTOR FRUITocktcuil 29* FAMILY' CREAMS39( t)
    wl'l'll" .. .
    i i' trolnliiK returned !lt fl'ontwo Aberdeen PI'ovl'/,/{ !. I I.Lb. CRACKIN'. GOOD Tw Pk. CRACKIN' GOOD Plus 50 Fre. Stomp l

    ! (j>{iranndld.letecl the: ..Offlffrs. where. they OrdnaiCuurse. cul1l'... BINGO"WINNERS 1 5/$1./ : TREETS 35 t POTATO CHIPS 59 t

    SIM Thomas B. G\'lIl1t I .... e
    graduated: !"01the IHII\I..\. PARtTsLlMS CHHEESE CURLS 3910or.
    Repair Com FLAVORSGelatin 29*
    missile Systems on July 2\1.\ .iSP5 1',1, 3-oz. ROYAL ALL .
    at :Aberdeen Robert Lapp! (fradii'il,'" CRACKIN' GOOD I1"or' CRACKIN' GOOD Plu' Free Stamp,

    Course from" the lit Aircraft Fort RuiUer.:Milntenn, '-\1.1" 4/41/ ,I CHEESE SNACKS 29*t CORN CHIPS : 49i

    on Aug. 5. about 40 LATEST 1000.00 WIHHERS .
    The unit also hui
    enlisted men on urtlve dtaming : I FRANCES H. MARTIN MARION W. JOHNSON ; ASTOR Regular, Drip or Fine Grind' i
    ., 79.lb.
    for approximatelymonths Ix Cocoa Beach, Florida REGULAR REGULAR 99* ..-. DEEP SOUTH
    eal'h.EIU'Olled OCS I Jacksonville DAVID A. SAYRE Florida CLYDE W. RILEYMontkcllo I PEANUT BUTTER 79

    ut Camp BIan/Ung in the l Florida thisu> Satellite Beach Florida Florida Coffee 59 D' *

    lin L. Starling and l B6Crawford Voldoiro, Georgia Jacksonville, Florida I

    to graduatethla, who! summer are" expcct'd, nSerxennts MARGARET f. THALOR MRS.Jacksonville J. L. ,NICHOLSGainevllo Florida REGULAR 87 1Lb. Can MAXWELL HOUSE DILL PICKLES 2/49x/
    ; Florida
    David i Bennett und i REGULAR 2/39 200's ARROW
    who arc f fir: Ray Duibun. OCS. Claxton, Georgia Perry, Florida .69REGULAR TISSUE
    moo In the Coffee FACIAL 2/29/
    year SPI Travis. AlvAt'Oand:/: !';.. GARY GRAYSON KENT DEMONDKissimmee .
    Kgi. Virgil Jordan are ,.at.I Daytona Beach Florida Florida REGULAR 89* 100-Ct. DIXIE HOME

    I tending, Rifle. Ohio the matches National an membersthe at ri'iand CaiPerry. t' ofI MRS.Titusville J. D., Florida FREYER MRS.Waycroii VONICE. Georgia PITTMAN I I: I 49* Quarts DEEP SOUTH SALAD ; TEA BAGS . . 79

    National UUal'l1; BETTY HUNTER MRS. E. S. McCALL .
    FARM: BtHREAf .\-O-iI'\I.: : ( Quincy, Florida Orlando. Florida .


    The Bradford County I Jacksonville. Florida TollahaiM, Florida REGULAR 59* Giant BLUE or WHITE ARROW 2 BEEF STEW./,2/89/
    Farm Bureau will hold Its MRS. ROSE TOMLINSON BERNARD L. JOHNSON

    annual meeting and :1I111e1 Stork, Florida. Fernondina Beach Florida REGULAR 3/i9 #303 DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE or
    at the fairgrounds on Satur- J. W. CAMPBELL RUTH STONE 49 i
    day. Sept. 10 President Lcnle I Orlando. Florida CORN 3/59/
    I Savannah Georgia W. K.
    Halley Bald that tenta- .
    tive\ plans include u Palm Bay, Florida Tituiville, Florida t REGULAR 594 ."D Ct REESE PEANUT
    and several other i itlvittes. ac-
    Jacksonville, Florida Daytona Beach, Florida TUNA FISH 31.
    In uud Gainesville Florida TENDERLEAF 4.oz. DULANY STEMS & PIECES Needed) Plus 25 Free Stomps (No Coupon Needed)
    way you \\rile. <'onu I REG 68* 64-Ct Pkg. 25 Free Stamps (No Coupon

    uplift BROOK tat.\I'tJ.your' fMorltr' pen.KSTFfoimtiiiii :TtLt: : : :.. LATEST $100.00 WINNERSMR. TEA 46-oz. THRIFTY BAGS MAID Orange. .pine(.apple"frut.Florida 59*! MUSHROOMS .; : 41. !\ Bread 29* Buns '39 *

    REG 23< 303 Con STOKELY CUT (
    FELIX CRAWFORD MRS. RONALD MAULDIN \. Punrh or Grope i. ..,.... .... .
    High Springs, Florida Gainesville, Florida FRUIT DRINKS 4/$1. GREEN BEANS 51./ .,./.... .--.-; ...'..- '1'' "" .(."""' .tr--: iP ... r.IT. 5K '"' "mJm'J!"'
    MRS. 1.
    GeorgiaMRS. Orange Park, Florida ,, '''' '' '. '_M_' SMOKED
    .WAYNE D.PITTMAN JEWELL POSEY to ..- .".'.::'r-I'8....::;;;!..': 'ur.'' 'Mr--jj --"...j rt;:...;.l rg'7 X *SSae< !::,?ito_ "LSL::::: :* 'j"JL'1r'1J!" SUNNYLAND Q

    Live Oak Florida MouUrie, Georgia j

    Tallahassee Tiruiville E. H. HULSE, Florida Florida LETHA Moultiie St. Cloud STEPHENS, Georgia Florida oss. 10 LB. BAG 69; i i PICNICS. Lb. 39 r rJ


    Jacksonville Florida. Melbourne, Florida 2.MOUNTAIN -. 39; *
    GREGORY MOORE MRS. R. W. WEBBPalarka Grapes . *. J
    Florida u. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDChuck
    Collation Florida \
    Roast <
    Daytona Beach, Florida St. Simons. Island Georgia Tomatoes LB. 29; . .
    Orlando. FloridaMRS. Apopke
    1: e /1 NIX' Thomosvillo, Georgia Jacksonville Florida Persian Limes z 29, :r Round

    WEBER :
    .. =-= Sanford. Florida OF TIIK SEASON U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDSirloin f
    -==---- -- -- Rockledge, Florida PEAK
    '.1 PEACHES 4 LBS. 49cGOLDEN Steak u.98* "
    12 Wides .1I I GEORGIA .

    CustomIade For, Florida. : LivingYnT1 : ICE MILKHALF Corn 8 EARS 59 Rib Steak .' LB. 98.

    (;et :More

    No Salaried For Your or Commissioned $ $ I Juice . 69; of Beef . LL 38* t:

    : : Employee",
    DIXIANNA French or Regular Cut -
    9-or Pko
    GALLON 6-oz Can ASTOR "The Real Thing" LB.88
    YOU Benefit! ORANGE JUICE 61./ GREEN BEANS 71. Rib Roast . .

    LIBBY'S Limeade or Rea or Pink 10-oz Pkq DIXIANNA Peas & Snap or U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDPlate '
    6.0 Can t I

    All Si/s on DKplay" LEMONADE 9/99* BLACKEYE Peas 71. Stew -28*
    . .
    8-10-12 Widesm : SUPERBRAND 10-ox Pk<7. DIXIANNA Speckled
    Hath Grade "A" All White Fresh Fla. BUTTERBEANS 71. 12-ox. PkQ.
    and Kxpanduble.4 U.S.D.A. CREAM PIES 31./ PILLSBURY or BALLARD Sweet Milk or Buttermilk REGULAR 491

    2-Lb Boa FROZEN
    ;! 1
    New and Used8Yr. lARGE EGGSDoz. FRY POTATOES 31. BABY OKRA 71. 'f:' REGULAR 694. COPELAND RCGULAR 73* '1-Lb. Bo,* ,:

    MRS of 4 Pound DIXIANNA. Poly Bogs Collards or Mustard Lb
    --- Purchase
    100 Free Stawpwith -, W-D 25 Free Stamp (No Coupon Needed
    Our Hental.Pur--- GREENS 31. 1''>I REGUlAR 454. PERCH One Pkq -
    .lb.31 .
    chase Plan MARGARINE $1 CUBE STEAKS 1.09
    -Payments FISH FILLET 3 .
    DIXIANNA. Poly Bag Tumipi w/roots Turnips Lbs.
    Under $S0( I Per :Month 571 IMPEPIAL QUARTERS it;
    39 GREENS 31. .
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    Home SitesAVAILABLK CUP THESE fri.---- :;: ?
    ( M3tClI STAMPS. : dil GREEN,,... !'..STAMPS.. .. dX.ww 1 m..r : ONe u.o OUL.CoffeeMCONreamer :
    : : \ r m 79-FT. VCOMOMV I ON< too rr poll : 92.OB BOTTl* ''O.OL ,
    COUPONS: FOR ONi I tt.o! IAIO 1 ONC I "' Bug.e Bomb
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    PAGiB FOtntTEE1'f' R.\DFOROUNTY, '1'EI.F.ORJ\pn. sT\nKK. n.oRm\' THURSDAY AUG. 11 1968 ,

    I I
    Y'YY................. ...................... visited Frank Carter in the! Sent Home For Month Conservation Cost-Share II I

    VA Hospital In Lake City ,

    CLAY HILL Sunday Mrs. Theima Williamson'I Payments. To Be Made Soon ::1 HOW gIG! IS A CillNCU BUt,( i

    Broken Wrist Setback .
    By Mr*. Dvwartf Fadcelt and Barbara of Green Cove Bradford County faimers ranchers are participating in iI
    ....D. 289-4132: Springs visited Mrs. WllllamlIon's and ranchers who lime reported this years! program with 50 I

    I/tttt1/1ttyVVVt/YYTt )parents Mr. and Mrs. completion! of approved of them having reported I
    Hardy Padgett Sunday afternoon comei lit IOn pi'ad! Ires 1111- completion of at least one
    NEW ARRIVALS arm attended church. For Redskin Hal Seymour der the 1966 Aaiicultuml approved practice by June \

    Mr. and Mrs. Bruce John- Mr nnd Mrs Clarence | Const']'vn I ion Program I IAC'I' ( 30. ..o't"
    son of Green Cove Springs Mosle. and family of Jacksonville I will soon be ieciMnK thelicost'hare ', Mrs Chapman said that c. p.
    announce the birth of a "" payments, according the payments would be issued -
    visited Mr. and Mrs. Staike'a Hallie! Seymour 't"nBf.l'1I.
    daughter in Clay Memorial Sunday s, ,\ ,1 I I : to Mrs. June Chapman.. by the county office in P.
    Henry Iiosley a rookie with the Washington i o I A
    Hospital. Mrs. Johnson will syk 'I :. ASCS county office manamii '. the form of Commodity
    Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rich Redskins of the National Foot- rrrb .1
    be remembered as Patricia i I The ASC County Committee Credit Corporation sight/
    ball Is home
    League recuperating
    Whitehead of Clay Hill and West ardson and visiting family the of J Key W. from a wrist broken in + 1 Iae Ii has receded' authority to be- I drafts and would be mailed Most, people know: Ihot the, chinch bug ,ft Mg ''n effjinfldo ? !
    the granddaughter:: of Mrs. are a scrimmage M gin making the payments to farmers and ranchers duea millions vSu dollars I" dam to St. August, lawn,,
    game. I I
    Rlgdon lamily this week. 1 1"t. 1l )I But, know true
    Carter. payment She also that the size of the
    Ella Seymour had played the earned to :Jate. urged adult chinch.
    Mr. and Mrs Carlos Man- Oforse. Mosley of Long entire game nt defensive safety The pnvnu-nts. which represent those who have completed bug the ihfnchbuS E above It tokes a trained eye to pot
    ning of Clay Hill announcethe Branch will enter Baptist against the Philadelphia the Federal Dovei'n- approved practices but who fPC for free inspection and the early :'ions of 'Infestation. Call'
    birth of a daughter In Hospital this week if a bed Engles in a pre-svason scu m- mi'iit shine of the cost ofraiiMiu have not reported completionto
    Clay Memorial Hospital in becomes available. mage game Saturday, July 23 \: out approved cou- the ASCS county office to UNDER DIRECTION10It10A
    Green Cove Springs. Mrs. Paul Carter, son of Mr. Intercepting two pannes. His" ',"union mensuies repre-. do so. OF GRADUATE
    Manning is the former Nor- and Mrs Robert Carter left hopes for his rookie season vi, nt :less than one-half t'iel Practices completed by the &tiTOMOLOGIS:1:h:
    ma Jean Bell of Mlddleburg. last Tuesday for Parrls took a sharp blow when ,the I total (cost Farmers and I I participating farmers!! to date p UTo
    STORK SHOWER Island S. C. for the Marine wrist was broken in two places rniunei-s participating In the Include: Establishing and .

    Mr Kathleen Padgett and Base. in the final few minutes of i ,. ACP bear< the remainder of Improving permanent past .. Mrs. One Padgett entertained Mrs. J W. Mann attended play.The ) the ('ost. usually well in excess \lire treating farmland with A CHIMJCAt, CO.
    in the home of Mrs. Amy her riPce's: shower in Mld- son of :Mr and Mrs J let of ,50 per cent. timing materials, planting
    Manning In Mlddleburg witha dlebuipr last Friday plght! D. Seymour. Hallie played ", ACP cost- hllrell earned by and improving forest ire' s Phone
    stork shower honoring football for tha University of ."t i farm rs and ranchers In the' and establishing tempoiuM 9G4-39G5
    Mrs. Eliza Mae Padgett. SINGING CONVENTION Florida! for four years, pri coun'v throuuh June 30 summer cover to protect the
    played and marily as a pu Ater. He was ru& amounted' to approximately, land from wind and water' I i
    Games AT BETHEL CHURCH an outstanding: end and punter and erosion.
    awarded to $7. 500 Some 125 laimeis |
    were Ii
    for the Bradford High Tornadoes -
    Esther Mann. Martha Pad The Baker. Bradford and in his senior year the
    gett and Kathleen Padgett. Union Singing Conventionwill Serving Florida
    only year he played high 'tf
    The honoree opened her meet at Bethel Baptist school football ASC Committee Member ElectionTo / Since 1950

    many lovely gifts and refreshments Church, Sunday, August 14 Signed by the Gator. as a '''I !ri i
    were served to at 2 p. m Everybody:: is Invited 'I Ij punter he also saw action asa Be Conducted By Mail Ballots I y Qreettng cservot ier
    about 20 guests.PERSONALS especially singers and flanker find defensive safety ..
    musicians M. W. Wilkinson, where the Redskins were '' ..... ... ..,.,....r.r"WMrs. "
    The approaching t'IN.tlon of turnd\ to the ASCS county of-
    Mrs. Hlldred Carter and j president. using him. for fie before 26
    ASC county committeemen< anytime August '
    children and Ella Carter He signed' a $5 000 pro grid yi'' farm program administrationin I Ballots will be tabulated public Lucile I Cordially
    contract with the Redskins GodwinRepresentative( t ,
    Iv the committee
    F Bradford County wail announced by county -
    immediately after the Gators : '! today bv Mrs: June at 9 am on August, 29 ,, 1'' ''j We/comes
    in the Bowl in ; ,
    played Sugar Sc
    : Chapman, ('o1IlTty office manager at the ASCS office in Starke.
    New Orleans last winter. Ph. 964-5321:
    'I Agricultural Stll.blllz"1 Following is the ,slate of You and Your
    Smart After the infury Seymour a tion and Conservation nominees for TSC committeemen 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
    was placed on waivers by the The ASC county committee : Owen R. Alvarez Jr. Starke New Home
    Redskins but is still their administers. the price support, I Lloyd li. Dyal. James Gasklns |
    ACCESSORIES property. He will be home I acreage( diversion, agricultural Carl Prevail, Bryant Reddish
    three to four weeks while his'' conservation\ and'! other' Albert Tyson, N. G. Hayes Sr The State of FloridaIt

    wrist heals. ftirm-nctlon\ programs In the I Under a change in ASC election j
    I Doctors say Seymour's wrist i mintx' and/ I Is responsible' for procedures made In'' Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
    will heal slowly and that it keeping farmers nnd ranchers I 1965 one county committee To Acquaint You With Your City.
    may be six months before he f in the county Informed about member was elected for a one- I
    regains full use of the hand. the piogiamn.. The county I year term one member for a
    Until the Injury, the rookie i <"mmt, !..,. supervises, the AS. two-year term, and the third I If you are new in the area, a phone
    ( for had been kicking: as well as Fat? CS!' diiintv office through member for' three-year teiTn :
    call will visit
    he did l in. high! school or college nkh the \ulmis programs Therefore in 19G6 and suc bring you a prompt

    averaging 60 to 70 yardsas "no ,iilmm. .,steiod. ('e..dlngyt'IUS.. only one regu- from your local hostess. Please give
    SHOPPINGWith far as the Redskins two Voting; will be by mail, I lar member will be elected annually -
    veteran punters :Mrs Chapman explained and for a term of three her a call! She has maps and many
    ballots will be sent to each years. Each year, however
    known eligible voter about ,, first and second alternate committeemen free and wonderful gifts for you
    Plastic Notebook $ .30 at the August 18 In case nn eligible will be elected for
    \otii" fills, to receive( a ballot ,, one-jear: terms. from local businesses.
    TELEGRAPH.To through the mail he should 1 I '.
    conuut' t the ASCS county of-
    Starke'tt, lial r o>'mour tn a publicity ttliot taken In liiscollege. n. P. Generally. a farm owner,
    ( eJ"| >'H ill th.. t'iil\erslty of I'lorlil.t. The WashingtonKecNkln'H '' tenant or sharecropper. is
    your personal checkbook !In your hand .. eligible to vote or to hold office -
    rookie hroke hl'l'rl..t In a ''tC'rlmllllljteC.lln./ with GM
    as a <'ommlttei'men is not L JI JII
    bag, you have at your fingertips all the money the Mlll.uli-lplila.' EI'lCle.. resti'i<.teil by reason or race< Are there really r

    you need to buy things but none to lose! mint, (need, or niMonal t annul i .

    OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US SOON Annuals Need Experiment After moistening Stations.the medium -I, Envelopes may< containing be mailed
    Extra Care
    you're ready for the
    cuttings. Dr. Sheehan explains .
    During HurricaneNow you \\i lie. (nine In nail '
    in ?
    after Inserting the August
    select your 1 favorite KsTHJliKOOK : .. j
    The Community State BankOF that the hurricane cuttings in medium place fountain pen. ir.I.K-
    season is well under way, I a glass or plastic cover 01 e. (iK\ril. ,
    farmers should be thinking the aquailum.
    STAnKEME I about bow to protect live- "This keeps!! the humldit ,\)

    HER P. D. I. C. stock firm" high. winds and high and Pl'eventlall1
    heavy ru.ns and also hastens root devel .
    1 Dr Ben Plummer. Florida opment.' said Dr Sheehan. -. ,
    Other unit wu ;I :
    Agricultural!: Extension Serv- propaKAtlni:
    ice veterinarian says highwound that you may try 1 Inrlndt tnt
    / preferably wooded rooting of cuttings) under a
    end defrosting forever and pasture. is the best place to mist system plastic bags one
    chase your larger(; animals. or two gallon cans and clay
    gain 50% more food storage space... "They are safe here from the,. flower pots
    Kinds: and should be in no I 'The! propagating units

    darwer of drowning" said''I should be clean close by and '. During August, It'a a. a.y to <
    Dr Plummer. easy to core for in the homeor "" own a Bel Air 4-Ooor S.dn

    Smeller animals should be I apartment. Beds, benches! e,.,.. ., as getting in tn. air.ifY.
    put In the strongest building I coldfiames or seedflats for t'r 1

    available. Larger chicken, piopnuatlng nursery stock
    PUT A houses should be boarded uP. are usually too large for the
    home gardener and may require -
    The veterinarian also rec- I I
    ommended that animals be more care than he cnn
    well fed before an Impending N c =
    storm since wet feed could|,i All the units should be
    PENGUININ make them sick A supply of placed in partial shade to
    fresh water /should) also be I help prevent the roots. from *
    1 \I 1 1
    kept in reserve! drying oul."Templ'l'ature

    "A backup power /supply Is is also important A .J
    handY /says E. S. Holmes said Dr Sheehan I Ik .
    Wait tilt. vow see how sporty .
    rural civil defense coordin- "Most cuttings root best look ImpafuSupsr
    I you sitting your ,
    ator with the Extension t 1 when the temperature of the Sport. t

    Service "especially on a medium is between CO and 70degrees" <" !':'I"'t"" ,....,...
    r dairy farm." ; :'<:::':'" "': ':>:" ''''''' '':'.>II'. : ':::::::::.:: ;: : t
    i : ,:::: .::}::::...::.:::;.:.. :< '::.::'::: :21:: ...............e.rxrwrn.bm.hM.MNPo'w.wnnLmm.. ;, ..- .... .. Y. ..__.,..-wru :
    J "The primary supply ;: :e1
    T l
    ; should be protected as mu h Donations Asked .1

    KITCHEN( as possible to keep the driving I i 'M, ... ... .. .,......,. .: .. ,',J In a word: Six
    'JI : :
    : For Mt. SinaiCemetery .' .,. : .
    j rains from drowning It h "" < :::- M' a._.:,.,.,.U-..:.....::-:.' <1
    he added. Fund :,". .<:.::!::ryg'1:; "" 1 Have :you ever known the instant If you think winter's tough on

    I Holmes!! Mid that fertilizer. L: ..>:ee,N delight of selecting l a new Impala. 4. an old car, believe us, so is:

    + seed and feed storage: shouldbe I Anyone having relatives' Super Sport in the color ;you want, cummer. There's added strain on tha
    "e boarded up to keep them burled in :Mount Sinai Cemetery -
    7vr slipping into its Strato-tucket seats, engine because of vacation driving.
    dry. although: they should be I at Graham I is asked to \ I!.
    I already protected. send donation of monev to and driving it home from the showroom. Greater tire wear. The cooling system

    I All machinery should be l Mrs Irene Ratliff in care of I CharleyJohns \ ; ) the same day Now's your chance. has to work extra. hard. A new-

    put In a. protected area and:: the GrahAm post office to 1) Your Chevrolet dealer has a big Chevrolet can save you a lot of trouble.
    should be in good runningorder help pay for the labor of
    choice of models hand with small
    Li; I i keeping the cemetery clean I I on 5 You do a lot of driving for

    I I "Rev. S. E Sparks did a August price tags. pleasure so why not ride on

    Use AquariumIn 1 wonderful job of keeping 2 More than likely! your present Chevrolet's Full Coil suspension. Let

    : PropagatingPlant :Mount" Sinai in good con ..1itol\ e car will never be worth\ as much your feet feel that deep-twist Chevrolet
    dition. :Mrs Ratliff said,
    > in trade as it is right now. Money carpeting. August is to enjoy.
    CuttingsHome "but he Is now deceased and
    Why penguin? It symboli/ei!! the larger we can carry on this much about this question: I another good reason to buy a Make your summer driving safer

    zero-wld freezer! : section and the juat- k,a tI, owners often need a needed: cork if everyone Interested contractor removed'' Chevrolet this month. 6. driving by taking advantage of
    right cooling temperature in the re aPe ., convenient way to propagatea will cooperate" ,, "A
    i part of a house roof to I r..ead those articles about whento the eight standard safety features built
    frigerator of today's marvelous! ; il, few plantings from cut 3
    tings or seed. NEW CORPORTIOV 1\ make repairs. While uncovered ,, buy a new car and they'll tell into every new Chevrolet. If your

    ELECTRIC NOFROSTREFRIGERATORFREEZERS There are many small RECEIVES: ('\RTKR: a rainstorm Oc- you that August is one of the best present car doesn't have seat belts,

    units which can be used to Secretary of State Ton:I 1 curred which caused con- months. And your Chevrolet dealer LJ back-up lights, outside rearview

    Bigger inside, yet smaller outside 1 give you enough plants for chartering Adams has of announced the following the;' siderable damage to thel ready to show :you why with mirror, padded instrument panel],
    the ordinary yard. One sucn
    More room for your money-saving tec .! interior and furnishing.:o :, buys that are better than look into Chevrolet.
    unit Is an aquarium corporation: J.V.. Eddy A ever. a new
    food "specials.! I It Comprehend LiabilityComprehensive
    The bottom of the tank Associates Inc. SR 23!5
    Compare these features:! with those of ; should< be covered with at South. Brooker. Fla. Author. Liability;:'
    .your present refrigerator. least one-Inch of pea gravel )zed stock: 100 shares oj:!: ';I insurance intended to protect -' Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvair Corvette Jm:: _

    See the new models now (home freezer r 7 for drainage.A common of no par value,. a contractor from ju-,,t
    too) at appliance dealers.Prices three or four-Inch layerof Filed July 28. 1966: dealini g: such liability losses' :" See the man who can save the most- your Chevrolet dealer
    *, lowest your ever.FLORIDA. : -J sharp sand sphagnummoss in real and personal proper ...................... .... .. ... .- ..........-..you..... .. -........--......-......-.-.-......-.........-.................
    are -
    --- -- -
    or half and half mix ty. Incorporators: Terry Me- Charley E. Johns 09 8144
    ture of peat and per lite David. Yvonne McD.ivld
    POWER LIGHT COMPANY should then be added on top both of Lake City: and !Myrtle Agency WAL1 HULICK CHEVROLET INC.
    of the gravel according to Ann Wiggins. Whit,
    Walnut St. ,
    MOII0 S.
    HIIUHO 131:
    Dr. Tom Sheehan, alllWclo.tp.ornamental Springs Filed by Terry Me-
    horticulturist David, Box 002, Lake City. riioNE vi)(; 1-0201() V. S. 301 NOKTII RTARKK. Fl.PHONE 964-3900

    .. with the Florida Agricultural Fla. __ I I'' "'