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 18, 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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VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT: -_ STAKKE, FLORIDA. TI1URS1I1.l'fi. 1 18!, 1'ltC! .__. _. __ _._ NUMBER EIGHT

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.. I Jones Tells BoardAmbulance
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Not .'.. pointed AI'ting Civil Defense) '

AdequateFederal ----- ___ __ __ __ Director night for the by County the Biadford Tuesday To Be Stopped Oct. 1

County Commission.
.. have turned thumbs down on the Shiner has been assistant:

Bradford,! School! Board's proposal for desegregationor CD director serving without -

school facult es. ,:ompensatlon. He took on, the Unless SubsidyOf

"The stepa you propose are I In Duval, Clay, and Alachuu duties of the of lice when Director One Switches $12,000Is
not adequate In. your situation Counties, and set August 23 Call, Roberta! became
to accomplish the purposes of for bid opening Previous. milk ill Shiner was appointed after Paid
Title VI of the Civil Right) I bids were rejected when the : Robert's death last week

Act," W. Stanley Kruger, director lowest. bid was till cents per ., The Board male no move 3 More Join Throwing the responsibility I.

of Area II (Florida half-pint, appreciably higher i : .c CrQ' toward appointment of another squarely on the

Georgia and South Carolina) I than last year's price. ; ; 1l :.. l'a .,k: '. director Roberts had held County Commission's lap.
of the Equal Educational Opportunities Referred a request from the post since January 21, DeVV'ltt
A C. Jones
announced i
Program said)< In a I John R. Allen, on behalf of '_ At* 1061' and allC''<'eededIn..: Council RaceRumors
.. Tuesday his funeral
letter to the board. Superintendent the Negro community at Kattt: e'_ :_ .: Gladys Scholl who moved to
Tom Casey read the Lawtey, for use of the Anderson Pennsylvania on October 1 discontinue -
letter at a special meelng of School playground to the Fifty [luli-H of free> how were glen away this morning to the first 50 women Roberts wns appointed by ambulance service in

the School Board lost Thurs school principal.The to \inlt Carp'M new tttore at the Starke Plaza during thd start of the (irtuid Oi"Crops "' ''- the county commission and are flying in city Bradford County.

day night. request covered wideruse lug Siile. the Starke City Council upon political circles these day* ii( I With the 1966 budget bal

School officials are busy this of the playground, the The new More Is Miirkv'n newest and largest department, store recommendation by a screening and three new candidateshave J anced but not a dime extra
week attempting to determine furnishing of a well at the committee. Applicants for entered races and an- It' I showing, the Commission suspended -
the best way to meet the sit site or permission to drill one, the Job at that time were other has switched races I work Tuesday night.
uation. Three alternative, and approval for the construction Mrs. (Myrtlce Nichols, J, A. I The announcement leaves the
13: elec-
Fiscal in the September
: Hired
which could have all kinds of of a frame building in Escape Agent Gnaon. T. C. Hazen Jr., Mrs \ board with the problem of
in-betweens, were being de. which to hold dances and other -: A. N. Holliday. Pat A. ,Mifcr: tion for three city council 'raising $12,000 or more, to

bated Supt. Casey reported activities. Casey said the (Mary K_ Peterson, Don C weats. ,i either subsidize Jones or put
Tuesday. They are: [Continued On Page: Foul) I II II j Ritchie, and James A. Sulllvnn. Competition has developed the county Into the ambulance
1)) Fight it all the way I I Heavy Rains City Pi'epai'esPower 1,, igalnst: present Council business

2)) Go to the other extreme> Shiner is a former employee "halrman Call Hurst as K Concensus was that the

and integrate everything Casey I of the Hercules Powder Company 1, I Pee Wee I Dampier. who county must provide the service -
mentioned making a 6, 7, Crops have not been dam and has taught science. | nad previously announced in The only choice the Commission -
and 8 grade school of the present aged by the nearly 60 Inchesof BondsAfter i one year at Bradford High Group. switched jaces WJ. has is how they wantto
RJE School and \ rain that have fallen on School. For the he last provide it but
High completely I pant year I IBU1I! Dodd who year there wasa
integrating Bradford Biadforj County, but Assist! had attended the University lost to veteran Ruoy Johnsby reluctance to pay a private
ant County Agent Bobby of Florida to attain. Master's firm or to .
High. a 144 votes. also entered the assume the responsibility
painting a financial for the \
3) Settle for switching some Taylor was careful to add a rosy O..greeIn Forestry He is also Group 5 bout against the \ at all.
personnel.The 'yet' to .his statement city, Barcus. Kindred( & Company, a Hollywood( Fla. active as a leader of Boy popular chairman.The ------- It also appears that taxes

, superintendent said the "I don t know that we I investment firm, was enquired. as fiscal agent by the Scouts and In the county's rare for the empty A. O. IiiitlonGroup ''I will go up enough to pay for

third approach Is most favorable a1t really have suffeied' yet," City Council to sell $6:30.000: in parity bonds to Civil Defense program. I Group 3 seat still Blew even 3 the service, since there it no

now, although apprehension Taylor said. He noted that pand! Starke's power plant.It eX-I though! Dampier left It. as slacks in the new spending
haa been expressed about most of the tobacco is already -\ Is the name Him uhlih Blaze Destroys Arthur O Loudon 46. and Itber" nose thi-v have not bill. Clerk Charles Darby told

which personnel would be in. which he said is two years ago sold to Brad- : Frame DwellingFire tutpant\ 1 UM f> el" c lions a..e'. holding< the line
proving blessing
switched. a j $2,085.000 issue when the i I Herman said, 'Your novists qualified Tuesday. W. on taxes to
The federal government'sletter ford farmers. I council refinanced the entire I revenue. pl<.lure, 1s exceptional H t Billy 1 NOCKC and Ewell po.ted stated in part: "'I'heater has tended to bonded Indebtedness l plus I ."' He said Starke's' utility gutted the home ol Lawson, both former councilmen In tin city hall Clerk Edwards he warned that it was. u gam

'A reasonable beginning drain away even though you $500,000 for the new HC>,MPI,'. 1, rates, are among. the lowest I Maurice Nasworthy on F.or- had previously entered : states ble.
might in some cases 'be achieved gee a lot standing lately. age treatment. plant. The new 10 per cent in the .tttnti., 'I ence street early Sut.day that race.Incumbent, A second pumaiy\ I is possible If the county must provide
by the assignment of at Taylor aded.! He visited the\ l Issue should be ready tor sale Hinnon mild( the city's gas' night before firemen were\ One Wluuins, In this election with four ambulance service, several

least one staff member to Biooker area Tuesday mornIng within 75 to fit) days, 01 \ tales are high, but the electric -I aware of it In Group 1. as of late Wednesday 1\ candidate! In the Group 3 commissioners. Including Chairman -
each school In the district on I :I and leported the .ground whenever the now "chaotic' I and water lutrs .era low i Nobody was home when the afternoon still had no 1' race an.) thiee In Group 5. Jerome Johns, thinks it
" a desegregated. baais" There was not as wet as might be i bond market calms for a und ,the lewei service ,'hurlCe fire occurred and the entire i It one Is necessary It will beheld could be handled best through \
are several school districts In I Carl Roberts I I I I expected. more favorable Interest rate, is Just' a 'third I of most other contents of the house were competition. to Group I'I two weeks after the the Bradford County Houpl-
Bradford County. Berry plants were getting Harvey Hennon, Unrcii.i. Kindred Cities destroyed The Starke Fire I Dampier switch I September 13 vote, on Tues- tal. The last action Monday
Your report of anticipated CD Director : wet enough to be "near thedanK'er representative. told the T: cnn't see how it I is possible Department rushed to the 5 wail blocked. temporarily) by.) day. September 27. I night was. a decision to re-
I Edwardsinterpi
council for (for von) to keep at the rail but the City Clerk Mt'I'I'm Ij efit a_ .,,AMal m.*&tino' with____
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faculty assignment i point. But the rains: ,
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that two white teachers. have I| Carl Roberts have slacked off In the last "You are in a good() '! position (Continued, on Page P'our) blaze was well advanced. I I charter.elation But Danipler of got a ---:--'-'-------- -- -- fi II I that the Hospital possibility Board In the to discuss meantime -

been assigned to RJE High I few days, he said but an- ruling from City Attol'neyOeorge
work on the budget
School on a part-time basis Dies ThursdayCarl II other week or so "We'd have Pierce that the has been' suspended,
with a full-time equivalency I been hunting plants this \\Inter swluh WAS ICKnl! The
problem in not just a
of .7, and that nix white supervisors -. S. Roberts Sr. .VT I ," The cleric! requested. and v; local. one. Funeral directorsall .

librailans or guidance Bradford County Civil Defense. Farmers trying to make! not a letter from Pierre to over the tate, feeling the
In two
personnel have Director, died last Thursday hay for winter feed have that affect and then allowedthe pressure of increasing operatIng -
assigned to I II'
instances, been afternoon at the home of his been the worst hit by the snitch costs, a state law requiring -
Negro school on a part-time son In Belleview. Fla. after an water. Taylor said With "I see no reason why a fist aid-trained attend

basis" I' extended illness. water coming down so often -, man can't withdraw from ants and federal minimum

"No full-time equivalencies Mr. Roberts was a nand director the sun hasn't! had time! to one HUP" Pierie said. "And wage laws, say they want out
i have been" Indicated for these in Bradford, and Columbia dry out hay on the grounJ then enter, another. one. providing A bill has already been

personnel Kruger stated. I County schools for before it !gets wet again. It i is done before the drafted by the attorney gen-
,, The letter further,be forwarded asks to j I many years and operated., Jewelry I "But with all the sunshine qualifying deadline 111\1\ I tin crate oUice.' that would enable
! any new plan before stores in Stai'ke and Lake. now they can still make! ballots are not printed." counties to go into the ambulance -
Washington I Butler for several years Born : hay utuil frost Dumpier' said(! Tut'scuy his business or subsidize
I Bradford
the fall Schools term are begin to. maintain September. 30, 1908 In VakulIuCounty. "One thing's for sure. lesson for .switching; Is that private firms. It would be
Florida, he was n IIP believes there should be retroactive to cover counties.
their present compliance status member of the First. Baptist though: we've had enough competition for every office who have already taken such
water for awhile"
Board discussed the Church of Starke and was a ap _, _- The Group. :3 i post Is vacant .1- steps.
Sb riner. because, Councilman Seebel, It has also been endorsed,
J matter at length but no action _
taken. Organizations of which ho $49,950 Aide Ooodmnn resigned when he at a St. Augustine ('aucus. by

" On waa another matter bids was a member include the ran for and subsequently! W" I. (Kill ) Diuld, I Democratic house nominees>!

opened on equipment for Florida State Watchmaker'Commission. s won() a DemiH'iatlc nomination (rnup 3Dumpier "I haven't talked to to any
seven were new kindergarten units, I a charter member Project Okayed to the Bradford School body who thinks! the Commission -
of the Florida Bund Masters -
Board ought to subsidize a pai.vate -
I and the contract was awardedto Co. for Association the Florida Approval of a $49.950 Home Ii | .\ 7l-eur-i> Lake Stiller HIHIIUII van the' vlitlm in liriulfonl'. filth tratfi'. < The two new candidates in business, ," Chairman Jerome -

, 3831.Southern The board Seating also authorized Education Association member -I i Health Aide Training Project ilml lust. Tlnirmliiy In thin. iw<'lilcnt, on, !**|E':I'M() runt of !Stark. The ni-r left flicrimil : Oroup :3 I are running againsttwo Johns said Tuesday

Instructional of Bradford Lodge; No :31. for the four counties or'' and Hlriifk' the |>lm"* I tree "h'is ruin "lillndvd' the lrl\er. Ucur tires on tlm I veteran. city politicians
spending $1,000 F. & A. M,, past Worshipful (Continued On Page Four!
materials for the CUBB was granted on August : car w<*rt* ulin slick|| who ran against each otherIn
I Master of the Lake City, Fin !I I Executive I electionIn
I 10. according the only special
units. authorized Lodge, the Jacksonville Morocco I Director P. T Nolin, I Roads Claim 5th Victim In Week"It the 'Ity's lilstoiv in 196:1: ; i I'
J Also expenditureof I Temple, A Shrine, the ; i Arch Thomas
that one.
$ .2oo needed to furnish Starke Shrine Club, and a The federal government's i Lawson/ won
I j three rooms at Bradford High member of the Starke B P. demand that CUBB have Jobs I The 54-yoar-old Dodd an 5. ',
School's "A" Building which O. s:. |I for the trainees after their was raining and those at the Intersortion,,, of f believe it was n combin ,uiitomoblle, dealer, Is a 20- l\ Sets Move To
have been remodeled for the i schooling held up CUBB's acceptance tlies were slick ax a whistle," roads 16 und 22;> six: of slick tires and some I year resident. of Starke. I is '
J seventh grade during the sum Mrs.Survivors' !' Include his Roberts wife. of the grant by the i said State Trooper O C. Garrett north went of Si ,11,ke, when standing in the road married!. and has four chll- I :I I'r Ft. LauderdaleArch
Marilyn Crosby I director Dr. A, of the crash that claimedthe driver on SR-18 ( rUed to 'caused this act-Went," he I (fil'f'n. Tucker a public bookkeeper ) '
Mrs aide project;
mer.In of Starke his mother,
Bradford life of Bradford s fifth far( the intersci,'ti>"n. The out of town Wed-
, other action, the Board: Edward C. Roberta of Daytona Y Covlngton! of the was
traffic' victim within a week. of traffic dejith" were Lucy Wright i \ Thomas Jr. prominent
I :; : 1av and could not be 'j"
Department \
Health np1\
Dr County ; '
, milk Beach two
Agreed to ask for new : sons .
in 1966.Thiaraeiay's 1$ Starke attorney and head of
MM. Myrtle :M Trowell, 71, first In the founts! Jacksonville and her I reached' for Information
i bids. from 10 dairies. located Carl S. Roberts of Belleview I Training classes for 25 pupils of Lake Butler was dead-on- j:| imilent, I sister found the car the firm of Thomas and Pierce,
and Curtis Roberts of Starke; will Chairman Hurst. In GroupS ,
: 45 over
aged arrived at the Bradford County red at 3: 15: p,m )just after i they were walking along is opening a law office in Ft
\ two brothers, Edward Glen between October 15 anJ'i 'i I I Is seeking! his fourth continuous -
begin Hospital last Thursday nf- down pour and, .1 i light road IL short dlstunce, Lauderdale and will make hU
! and Herbert V Roberts, both ,i November 1. Nolin said Wednesday ternoon, August 11. The Ford was still falling Trooper their nunt's house The term on the council: switchesla residence there, he announcedthis
The Community of Beach one sister bH I II I chairman for two
Daytona b'en
; Instruction will he has
Falrlane her husband was driVing rett "s.iid. The (',ir, a occurred Just south (;roupl week.
: State Bank at Starke I Mrs. Albert Gates of Daytona. I given both In the classroom I hit a wet spot on SR-230( l lo.'f8..' struck the. |lIne> tree entrance to the Starkal I trims Wiggins. a real veteran !, He said he Is interested In
and five grandchildren hU fifth term, '
, The Florida and on the Job and crashed into a tree according the left side of f the left and Country Club east Is seeking Fair Association doing more trial work Lnd
held Saturday
Services councilin
were I I the
he first served on
The students will be placeJ to Garrett. fender. ,
Trooper find
thinks he'll that opportunity -
Bank of Starke morning, August 13, from I 19.23Qualifying.
the First Baptist Church of In all] kinds of useful Jobs John T Trowell was trans- The impni I nfl to a nearby house Meets Friday In Ft. Lauderdale
And Starke with Rev. W A. Hogan Including domestic and house- erred to the University ofi I, threw Mrs Tioupll tnto called the Florid High deadline for the I George Pierce will staff the
pastor of the church officiating hold work.Rainfall, Florida Medical Center. He dash. I Patrol while. her sister September: 13 vote is next EIf'I'UI.1 i of officers is scheduled I firm's office here and Thumaj:

First! Federal Burial was In. Crosby was listed In fair condition Trooper Gfii'icl"' who I .! with the couple Turds-lay, August 23. at noon at the annual meeting 'the new branch in Ft Laud-
I Savings & Loan Lake Cemetery with DeWitt with multiple lacerations.Just igated. all five, LUto c'or,1,inK to Lucy :Mr Registration books will be of the, Biadfoi-i County Fair" :I erdale. But Mr BriulJ.. ''a.itt

C Jones Funeral Home In ; Avg.Is five days before four said the rear ti"' "s were re"I told her he couldn't, open through Saturday Au- : .soclatlon, Friday. August County Fair, ns Thoma '-
i Will Not Be Open charge. lives were taken In a collision tremnely. slicl''I ; the road and Just l lot fIst 27 Names of those perSons 19 at 8 p m at the E O C I known locally, says he will ""a

For Business I 2.4 Inches pureed from the voting! Building on the fair grounds. back and forth and will maintain -
Interests here
Sales Tax Up
Monday Sept. 5 ,, "I'll never cut off ties with
Over Last JulySales I Rainfall: in Bradford averaged Starke. It's home and always

Labor DayA 2 4 Inches for the seven *" Big Bacl Bargain Days c will be," he nays
tax collection! in I days through Monday August Thomas served. six years 'm

Legal Holiday Bradford County last month : 15, and: ran the total to the House:. of Representatives
totaled $21,841, an Increase of date to 59 16 Inches: ,
It doesn't cost a thing Just at the grand! opening the.e's a comfortable know I getting you down there's a from Bradford County. 1
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8.91 per cent over July, 1963, Lawtey was the wettest to look. but you'd better not Starke's newe and I 1 chair for only $19.- Or if :Mama would rather, place, In town where the best credited l with being moat responsible -
the Florida Revenue
according place In the county last week I for creating Bradford -
This Space ContrikatW Commission.. poke around too much these department *to"' I forget all about going backto bargains/ In suits can be
with 3'a inches falling at
I fair )
I Ii next few days of the Big- Imagine pencils at Ic about world of west- school, there's a fuU line!I found County's complf
Weekly to Publicize: Collections in July. 1965 i the Louis Hill Tower. accordIng I \\ a | build around the annual fall
were 20053. In July, 1966 to the Florida Forest i Back-To-School Bargains adveitlsed : [ and rulers icoli" at 2c Jeans for all hands of dresses, at half price ;I Or If your purse Is getting I Ha has operated law offices.

Community ErcnU ky they totaled 21789. Service The Santa Fe Tower by Starke merchants A binder Ml.'I: with maybe you'd like toi, A World-A-Rama sale Is no-1 I thin since these hot summer here for many years..

The Total statewide sales tax had 23 Inches and at New In this Issue of the Telegraphs j tionary. pt'ncllpa;>er, I' to the road, this summer I I Inn on In Staike too l>i days are In. just imagine aI Thomas said he ptonj to

Community collections during July 1966 River Towei only 1,4 Inches Shopper! might prove and an ink Mt-r all a biand-new automobile you want to miss that kind I I I 1954 Buick. 4-<1001'. for $93i move his family to Ft Lauderdale

State Bank were $23.263.895, compared to I fell too enticing. : for only $1.2!> I from an annual closeI I of sale? I Ii i I Junior. intybe >ouve really next weekend In time

121,697.974 during July, 1965, I No fires were reported. l Just imagine :50 l pairs of Or If you'd lather sale! It's that time yuu j|I And It the cost of living Is:. hit the jackpot I to enter hIs. children in school.
.j an increase of 7.23 per cent. women hose! given! away\ free) about all (if It and Just I i i i 'I


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I PAC5E TWO AT LIBRARYHOW litany critics believe thai '
Ervin An- Mrs. Thelma Brannen Public InvitedTo I .
Johns had as Mr. and Mrs. Maughum'x greati-Mi >' ''II
Mack Williams Mrs. Effie and her grand : Is
Mr. and Mrs. and MI's. Lake City RK/-.II A BOOK
Mr. TO fiction
vlslUnR Mr. and visitors Saturday Mrs. Bob drews and daughter Cindy Brannen of oesGraduation Adler should button to prose
are Sawyer were vacationing Guard ''Mortimer J.
and daughter Charles by
!Mrs. Charles McQuaig In McCcllBii Carterof last week in Jamaica. Montgomery Ala. bo read by the girl or *oy go-

I Waycross from Tuesday to Oall. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell of lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caaor to college. It Is a practical -
MaxvUle. Sunday guestswere Fran Mrs. tog; I'litxtle Notebook $2.50 at I
his mother. rules
honored the
Friday. and Mrs. 'and gives
visited Mr. guide
Mizell of. .
\ Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ellis M.'s. Irene on Monday. Alice Cason. with a bU-thda; It tells! how to read not any TKLJEGKAril.ling
Mrs. Lester W
of Gainesville and Mr. ana:: afternoon General Henry It
Woodley Fitday Major book.
and Mrs. Milton David Andrews: Is supper book 'but a good
\ were Tuesday:! to Coy Hamma of Winter Hav Larry those attending wen McMillan state adjutant gen short cuts nor'
GLADYS MOOTY Frostproof spending this week with, his Among this week thai points out no '
Thursday guests of Mr. and in Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bryan eral, announced formula to make read'
964-0651 en.Mr. Sale aunt, Mrs. John Stone National Guarc trick .
I I hiMt \ Mrs. Maurice Wlngate. and Mrs. Guy Oa. ami children Mrs.Brad: the Florida School wit ing easier. It helps to mnkuthe !
and Mrs.Keith Klngsland.
Candidate .
visiting and Officer while.In
Thomas Green of Tallahassee were of Gainesville Bryan of Jacksonville bent reading worth
Jacksonville Kim Vickers annual graduation
of Gllllngham in and chll hold its l III' Adler
Farley Norman
and Edward Baldwin Mrs. Joyce exerl'l"eal the appendix
Mrs. Kate Sheppard of: Amon-t those attending the I been admittedto on Sunday and attended was visiting Gintxer( I Hamburgers ice crean and commissioning books. of nil
have dren. the great
Brunswick Ga. was vUlting! funeral ot Jerry Moore In Palatka Nursing Home. their granddaughter.Kathy's I from Sunday to Wednesday. served. at 10:00: a.m., Sunday. Aug' lists based, on similar I
the Starke Jordan ol and cake time -f5 !
Hart the first ofthe Brunswick. Ga. on Monday first birthday party. Cindy and Lynn 21st at Camp Blanding."In
W. H. Youtl Universityof
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chap- visiting theligrandparents There will be a ones used at the II
Rev. and Mrs.W. were relative
afternoon were Donna. Janice Lake City addition to the
I -
week. Colum- Charlene. night at Columbia
and family of Meeting Friday Chicago!
Mrs. T. B.Harding. man Mr. and Mrs the graduate '
I Hogan. of Mel- of
Greg Davis of Gainesville A. the past week and Glen Outlaw Raiford First Baptist Churcl and friends and elsewhere. 'I

was visiting his grandmother. I / Mrs. L. N. PickerIng bus. Oa.Mr.spent and Mrs. E. E. bourne spent the past five H. A. Lawson from Thursday at 7:45: p. m. There will be i a this annual affair will be attended !- THE AFFLUENT': SOCIETYn :
Mrs. Luclle Davis over the and Mrs. Gail Mathews.Mr. weeks with their uncle and Sunday.. speaker. All youth by many prominent book on economics by John 1 1I
layman civilian
Janes and
Joined and Mrs. Roy Layfield Tanner. and Mrs. Lavern Mr. and Mrs. C. H. government, military published '
weekend. They were i Mr. and Mrs.\ Cecil WaltersSr. aunt. Mr. of Rock- ages 13 through 24 are urged stated Genera Kenneth Galbraith was
hU parents. of Lake Harbor are while their parentswere Jr. and children officials I bought
on Sunday by of Dublin. Oa. will arrive Outlaw Annetts to attend. Honorable Earl; In 1958. People
Herlongfor Mrs. The \
H. G. Davis Jr. and Mrs. W. F. In Europe. ledge and McMillan. it among
and kept
Mr.: and Mrs. Friday to spend the weekend daughter Jane Friends of Mr. and Attorney General and read It
and daughter, Jen. a week. L. Peek Mrs. Ted Willis and Flynn and will regret to twelve non-fiction bestsellers
with Mr. and Mrs. S. guests Cecil Wilson the commence the top I
has Mrs.! Ovid Bennett and of Wayne. N. J. of Fort Myers were will deliver \ weeks. They
>Mlsa Marian Green and attend the Walters- daughters Mrs,. learn that Regena had her:: for 28
in Sanford children of Jacksonville are Jr. Mr. ana. Mrs. R. last week of Rev. and ment address and reid, it
spent the past week wedding on Saturday are visiting( hand cut severely in a fan behalf continue to buy
visiting Mr. and Mrs II visiting Mrs. F. J. Shaw from Webb afternoon.Mr O. Paterson for several days. E. F. Mayton.RAIFORD. Sunday afternoon.The General McMillan and ,candidates on .. It Is now a standard: \II('01 in
and! Wednesday:! to Friday.Mr. of Jack- of the faculty The election
Jimmy Rowe. Monica Jo : and Mrs. W. J. Epper- Mrs. Mary Lane Young Peoples' bal to the college courses.
Tom Rowe returned with and Mrs. W. H. Stein- and daughter. Sally Ann. sonville k visiting her mother r."F game Monday night with extends an to attend the campaign of I960 in the UnIted : Size Savings Yes
for several days meyer of Jacksonville were Mrs. Bertha Pearce this of general public States was extensivelyroncerneil need car insurance -
Miss Green W. F. will be guests of Mr. and Sardls Baptist Church OCS gradualon and commissioning !- when you
vIIII'.. \lsiting Mr. and Mrs. George; Mozo at Atlantic Worthington enl?ed with exercises. with the Issues raised check State'arm's
The Mrs. week.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Phillips Herlong on Saturday. Beach from Wednesdayto H. P. Moye of Or- each team winning one game by THE: AFFLUENT SO- low rates
relatives famous
have returned from twoweeks Herlontfs were visiting lando U visiting her son-in- By Mrs. Earl Dobbs and losing one. The las DI STY.

vacation In which they in Jacksonville on Sun- Sunday.Eunice Castleberry of law an. daughter. Mr. and Phone 49621101AAAAAA&AaAAAA4 will be with Sardl I Gas Taxes THE OREAT OADSBY by ior careful drivers- so

went to Chattanooga, Term I day.Mrs. Aubuindale Mrs. is visiting the Mrs. G. S. Newcomb this . ...AAAA4. .. game next Monday night. Everyone Show Increase Scott Fitzgerald has taken its low that one out of two

to get their daughter. Beth I \V. II. Hart and Mrs families this week. week. NEWS is urged to attend. place as one of the masterpieces save Important
Lawson CHURCH may
who had been visiting her Edith Christiansen of Starke. Mrs. Dorothy Coo.<;cman of Jewett Fogg; Mr. and Mrs.B. Raiford First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Leslie O'Ber- Collections of JB0.150) In of American fiction. In And check.State
and ? rs. Mrs. C. W. Be.isley of Gainesville Moxley Jr.. Mr. and I during July colleges and universities It isrend Hollars.
Mr. I visiting L. Haven visited Bradford County (
grandparents. of Winter
PlttsburR KM. was School. 9:45: a. m.;: ry
[ Sunday too-so
than service
Mrs. Mark Moody Mr. and cent and studied more arm
week Shuford seven
Ted Connell. The last: and Mrs. Leo Championthe Mrs. Oln Worship. 10:43: a, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blood. from Florida's I
they visited Mr and Mrs. Green Cove Springs and Mrs Mr. wf'ek.Mr. Mrs. R. P. Bryan. Mr. and Morning Union. 6:43 p worth Saturday morning. gasoline tax, was up $3. past Training
James A. Walker in Lake Pearl Colton of Mlddleburnsppnt and Mrs. George; Bos-! Mrs. W. M. Smith and John m.: Evening Worship. 7:45: ;: Mr. and Mrs. John Free' over June and $12,000 over story It tells and the people Insure more cars with
theli m. thanIhe
I tOe weekend with worth of Montgomery, Ala Bradley atended the Credit Wednesday; Prayer Meeting. man and children of MelrofH July, 1965 'were announced' who live It reflect more than anyne .,... ...;
StricklandIn : of an
City.Mr. L.V.. Miami the Florld'Re\ illumination us
Mrs. in week by simple
and Mrs J L Gentryhave sister. visiting Mrs. Bosworth'sparents Union convention Rev. Joe McCul- and Mrs. Alzy Thomas 01 r this
were 1:45 m.: and Carnoway -
p. else.
)had a,. nucsts. Mrs \ViIiwood.Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. Jack from Wednesday to SundayMr. Hawthorne visited the::r enue Commission.! I era-adsby. Daisy >

Frazler of Jacksonjvitiuut V. J. Spongier will the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I lough. paitor. mother. Mrs. Mary Freeman A total of 859.298 j gfi'!<;n< among the finest Fitz ,i""o for details: IMERRITT 'NIU'"
: Mirie : undcruo minor surgery lines over nnd family were vacationing NOTICE Darnel]I fuel were sold in the: toun- gerald's creations, are Individuals -
yule lasM. Thun.rt.1Y.1r and Mrs. Curtis Edwards !; Moore will be a working at Tuesday night. Miss of
Vincent'sHospital. com
their i own
McMillan: of St. Peters Thur-duy In St. have moved from 417 In the Smoky Sapp Cemetery at Ralford Thomas returned home will ty last month. l caugplexitios ht by tragedy they I, H.WILLIAMS .
tithe and the
the weekend. Mr Mountains last week. The two cents returned
burg over Lake Street to the Thomas Aug. 20. Men them. I
Ma Arthur Rlndon! of Local admittances Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop My- Sharon and Shell counties netted BmrtfoK! create.
and this house at Holiday:! should bring tools to work Misses BONDAGE by'
County Hospital moved to and the 20 OP HUMAN
and ford family In July
Jacksonville on Sunday of Jacksonville rlck and returned home $2OS57
Gregory bring
and women tells of a
Pennell] of St week include: Wesley King.Mrs. with visit rent of the 7th cent, Somerset ''Maugham N. Walnut St.t
Miss Marian GIrbdv.Mrs. visited Rhonda Edwards Orlando.Mr. dish. Barbecue will be Sunday after two weeks per I' search for n way 117 t
with Emma Mae New- the County Com- young\ man's
Is staying and Mrs Bryan in Olenville, credited to
Petersburg relatives
week. Lee with
last furnished by Robert Is the story of the 961-5391: I
Johnson. It
of life.
M. $1,973.
Lorraine of Los netted I
several weeks.< : of Lake comb and daughters; mission,
them Mrs. Bessie Dukes Ga. bitter
of a
BrownlnK.Mrs. Cason. and actions
Mrs! J. H. Fields was in Mrs. Annie L. Mrs City visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Angeles Calif. have been PERSONALS! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson Comparison! show that gas I, thoughts warped hoy PS' ,.
last Wednesday to : Betty C. Lewis. transferred to Atlanta, Ga. Sunday Mr tax collections during June confused, IIIUIINCI COHFW
Baldwin Sweat.1rs: C. Dukes last week. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Dur- had as guests! with the mature wisdomof 'TIT I[ HUN CUTUIl iUTOMMIIC
and during told
Friday visiting(: Mr. and Mrs Martha Ann Mrs. Charney Williams and where Mr. Newcomb Is an and children. Lew. Lee and Mrs. Alfred Addison and 1966 totaled" $57,167 who had suffer HOME OIFIC1' BLOOMINGtON, ILLINOIS
Hcn- rence author
Robert Tanner. Mrs. Harold Owelda L. Johns. Isaac daughter.; Brenda. were (guests! auditor with the Maryland and Cathy of Olenville Oa. children of Alachua.! Miss! July. 1965 totaled $48,163. an of the same tangled
Tanner. ed
Ford >>f Cocoa Is visiting sley. Mrs. Geneva Kim of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Combs Casua'ty Insurance Co. Mr. visited their aunt and uncle, Joan Gordon Edward Ad- Statewide gas tax collections I I

Mrs. Fields for several days Mrs. Ann Hutching Knl'1htand and family" In Jacksonvilleover and Mrs. O. S. Newcombwere the Harold Yarbrounhs.; .?:'lson and Mr. and Mrs.. last month were $3,906-I 1

Mr 'uu1 Mrs Vernon Sil- Karla Crews. D. I. of[ the weekend. visiting! their son and Little Janice Jones of Monroe Klttler and son : FACTS

cox and son. David: were in Edwin F. Conway nil Bud 1 Spears is home from family in Atlanta recently.Mr. Starke Is visiting her grandmother Woodrow 115.Pixie HEALTH

Birmingham: Ala. last week starke. Margaret: E. Tetstone Fort Kustls! Va. after com and Mrs. Ray Brookins Mrs. Mary Freemanfor Mrs. Iva Williams of Port ShopChanges strains and bruises produce
K ,
Wilma jolts,
visiting Mr. anj Mrs. Leslie of Brooker:: Mrs. pleting' six months training if Bufo'd. S. C. visited Mr. st. Joe visited friends here 1. Accidents,
Biirgs. Zlke. Mrs. Betty R. Breeden.nnd with the Notional Guard.Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes re- Mrs.several Myrtle days.Sapp had asher Saturday and attended Hands spinal misalignments which in turn produce

Mr and Mrs Reed Lewis :Mrs. Virginia D. Corbett :: and Mrs. Frank Hixon cently. Mr. and church Saturday night. pressures.
weekend guests.
and family of Wlsslns; : <, Miss Mrs. Armle Deegan of Koy-! I I rind l family of Savannah, Oa. Mrs. W R. Royster Jr. and Mrs. Richard Able of Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cacor ,, 2. Nerve pressures produce faulty function of

are viMtina: Mr. and :Mrs ::tone Heights Ed \VIlker on were recent visitors 0111'. rhlldren of Tlfton Ga. wereTuesday Park Md.. Mr. and I of Ormond Beach visited Mr. 'I The Pixie Shop. 167 We of? the body.
Emery Lewis and family for of Maxvllle! : and :\11'- Mina. I and Mrs. J. R. Hixon. to Friday guests David Hartsfleld and and Mrs. Theodore Rosierand Call Street. has: been pur any organ misalignment:

two weeks. J. Beckham of Hampton.The :Mr.: and "Mrs. John Torodc last week of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Greenville Tex., Mrs. Alice Cason Satur- chased by Mrs Clarenci :3. Drugs do not correct the spinal

Mr. and!! Mrs. Frankle Nelson senior MYF had a picnic and family returned Saturday Drew Reddish. children of Mrs. Leonard Sapp Rhoden. owner of Rhoden'i they only ease the pain and invariably upset some

of Birmln ham. Ala and their subdistrictmeeting from two weeks trip to Washington Mike Anderson of Virginia Mr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. day.MI'. anj:! Mrs Cecil Addison Bookkeeping Service. other organ.

were weekend guests of Mrs.Versle in Lake: Butler Monday D. C.. Wllllllm burg, Beach, Va. I spending: two and Marvin Culver and childrenof of Gainesville, visited Mr Offering a complete line of 4. Your Chiropractor is I! a specialist in correcting

night. They were accompanied Va. and the Smoky Mount- weeks 'S
Fl 'nn. : Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Iris and Mrs. Theodore children and misalignments. Kemember there *
Miss Maureen Simmons of I I by Mr. and "Mrs. tains. Mrs. Alice Anderson. and! Mr. Saturday afternoon. shoes, Pixie Shop is OPPI spinal
and family : adjustment
of Mr. and', C. Johns. Barry Smith left Sunday fora Sapp and except Sun no substitute for a Chiropractic
Charles son
Miami was !tsuest Miss Connie Fav Shepard Bill Sapp and chil- Gerald Orlffis now every day
Macon::> Ga. and Mrs often
Mrs. Lee Chambers from: Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Taylorof I weeks trip to and Randy: Shepard of Atlanta Mike. Randy Blum. Woodrow day and Wednesday after :Many "so-called" incurable conditions are

Thursday to Monday and ( Fitzgeiald.; Ga. were weekend I and Columbia Lawson S. C. entered Ga.; are visiting Mr. dren.Airman Daniel Crews of Kittler and Paul John noon between the hours o corrected by Chiropractic care after every thing

bridesmaid In thi- of Mr. and Mrs \ :Mrs.: Sarah Flynn Jr.. business visitors Ir and 5:30: p. m.
was a guests Gainesville\ Medical Center and Mrs. George the Air Force, stationed at son were 8:30: a. m.
Kelly-Heape wedding Ir', Gilbert Oolc11re.I the observation: and for several days. Orlando. visited his parents. Gainesville Monday. Mrs. Catherine Hlngin. else! had failed.

Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. Martin of Jacksonville; Monday for Little Kathy and Chart Rhoden') than NOW to phone your
,I Jan treatment.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey Crews botham. Mrs. There is no better time

and:) Mrs. Charles Dur-' { Is visiting her uncle and : and Mrs.: K.J L.. Matthews and family of Moores- of the State Farm during the Miner of Jacksonville visited daughter. will be the rev Chiropractor for an appointment.A i

kee and daughters of Tampa' I 1 aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Warren spent Friday to Tuesday town N. J. were last Friday weekend. their grandparents Mr. and manager of the shop.

spent the weekend with Mr., I I Winkler this week. I in Sarasota and visitedDr. \! evening supper guests of Mr. Mrs. Bonnie Mikell of Miami Mrs. Lonnie Roberts duringthe Former owner was! Mrs ( public service of The Florida Chiropractic Assn)

And Mrs. Carl Johns. --:I and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mrs. Drew Reddish. is visiting her parents.Mr weekend. Brinson Savage.

in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nor-I and Mrs. Charles:; Bur, I, Lew Durrance of Glen-

; Florida :Mrs.: Tnelmii :Mendoza and man Sr. and:: Mr and Mrs. nett of the State Farm. vllle Oa. is visiting the Har-

Serving Johns! of Jackson- Mrs. Earl Dobbs old Yarbrouihs for several .. __'
Miss: Gloria Norman Jr. and family were Mr. and ---- -"TI. 17 rI .
ii Since 1950 ville were visiting Mrs. Carrie vacationing: in j the Smoky visited their children Mr. days. He is Mrs. Yarbrough's -' *.1

Bitch a",1Tl18, Annie Darbyon Mountain and visiting retires and Mi's. Howard Registerand nephew. '

Qreettruj cSerpccc; &n4 Sunday. in Tennessee last week. family In Lake City Miss Terry Jones of Starke If you likegoing ,
and Shal- has returned home after several -
... .... Byron Terwlllegar Terry Walters arrived Thursday.Mr. this
.. .. like
er Richardson: Jr.. roommatesat Monday to spend several\ and Mrs. Danny Bran- weeks visit with her [."first-class", you'll

the Bolles School have returned cottl of Chester. Pa. are visiting erandmother. Mrs. Mary
his Mr.
weeks with parents Traveler.CLASSIC0
)1r Luclle CordiallyWecomes from a two week! Del-tripvisiting \ and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr and her father. Ode Dobbs Freeman.Mr. SMITH-CORONA .
New York City. and Mrs. Willie Rogers
GodwinRepresentative family. Terry graduated and other relatives for several -
and the Carolina and have guest this
t J aware. Virginia August 13 from the Univer- days. family as ; ,4
also spent sometime week her mother, Mrs. Mar-
*. They Bachelor Mrs. Carlcna Cason and
sity of Florida with a
Ph. 964-5321 'Li You and Your at the Rk-hardaon's! summer of Science degree in daughters dale and Dale. of tin of Georgia.
Island. I
1013 E. Call St. Family to Your home at Hoopera I r Mechanical Engineering. In I Madison. visited Mrs. Alice

New Home ::\1<1. this weekend.
Starke arrives September he will enter Cason ASC VotingRegulations I
Lynwood summer graduate school at U of F. In Mrs. Hazel Perdue and

Filday after attending the College of Engineering daughter of Jacksonville was
University \
The State of FloridaIt school in at Greenville Furman\ S. C. where he will major in Machine Sunday !guest/ of her aunt. j\

designing.Janlne !Mrs.\ Bessie Sapp.
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and He will\ be home for several for and Bill Gay are I The many friends of Mrs Farmers are reminded of avery '''

You With Your City.If weeks before returning Charles Burnett of the State Important part of the
To Acquaint spending a week with their
his senior year. Farm, will regret to learn election process for Agrlcul- I
in Jack- 1
H. Edwards father. Arlen Gay tural Stabilization and Con-
Mr and Mrs. Carl that she is a patient in St. '
you are new in the area. a phone and family of Colum- sonville. I Vincent's Hospital where servation.! <( guests last Miss Bunky Solo and P\t.. mltteemen especially where I
bus. Ga'I'I'P hp will haveye surgery *
call will bring you a prompt visit Thursday and Friday of Mr. Jimmy Brummett were visit I I We pray that she has a ballots are mailed in to the

ing Mr Brummett's parents,. ASCS county office.
hostess.' Please give arw :Mrs. Curtis speedy recovery.
from your local : and Mrs.! Leonard Mr. and Mrs. James H.,I Mr. and Mrs.! Alfred Ad- Deadline for returning' ballots iiI

her a call! She has map and many Moore attended the funeral Brummett In Panama Citj dixon and children of Ala- is Friday August Chairman 21}.
Leaton Jr.
Brunswick last week. 1 Morgan
In the
i"f Jerry Moore chua visited his parents Committee
free and wonderful !Rifts for you Ga on Monday.Mr I Miss Sally Ann Eppersonwas !: : ; Doc Addlsons and other relatives Incumbent ASC out County that two.
My the guest of Mr. and Sunday.Franklin .
Robert here
and Mrs. I have been mailed
businesses. envelopes
from tool Mrs. Vo.i Banpus and daughter. Kltler and Ed-
Billy ,
rick and son. with the ballots sent! to
their daughter. Mrs. Ronald Until, on their yacht Ir ward Addison left Friday for eligible voters of record in the'

Fitzpatrick to Williamsburg, the Grand Bahamas last Lake Charles. La. Mrs. Kit- county offlce. One envelope Is

Va on Aim 5-7 where Mrs Saturday to Tuesday.Mr. tier will return with them. plain and the other has a

FItzpatrick Joined her bus and Mrs. R. R. chlsir Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Grlf- statement printed on the back

CASH band. PFC Fitzpatrick who and family visited Mrs. Kiz- fis had as guests Sunday, which the farmer needs to
GET Forl zle Chism and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. mark will ,
I Is stationed at nearby their children sign. witnessed I 12 1 I Iby
In St
Eustis. Va. H. GroveHodge; Junior Waters and family. also qualify{ as a signature. .

Mr and Mrs. Herbert George Cla. on Sunday. Mrs Orlffts brothers. Fred The ballot should! be marked

Drew and family of Indianapolis Mrs. H. E. Graddlck of Do- Grirru and Andrew Griffis. and sealed Inside. the plain. envelope P SMITH-CORONA c,,. .
than Ala. Is making an extended ...
Wednesdaj all of Jacksonville.Warren are cautioned '
Ind. were ; growers I Its F
-1 I _____ to Monday visitors of Mr : visit with Mr. anc Bloodworth had as not to enclose any other ma. | This broadshouldered portable outperforms and built for _
Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Marvin envelope versatile, easygoing. ,, ,
and Mrs Donald McRae and visitors Monday. terlal. This plain 1 class..It's handsome, '

John Drew. Pvt. Jimmy Brummett is; Prlchett Norman Stevensonof < should then be put inside the I II ,. extra duty at home and office. ..t .s.sfr

i Mr Mrs\ J. A. Budd Jr. anddaughter spending! this week with Mr Lake Butler. and Rev. Joe I envelope with the statementon : :: 't :_ '._ !' .$ :..

of and Mrs. Robert Burroughsand McCullough of Ralford. the back. This statement ,: ,-' .l. .
: daughter, Bunky Soto W. Blood- : certificationthat the balI
visiting Mrs. JaCkSOnVme\\ Mr. and Mrs. la a :
were before reporting Fort Gordon worth and children of Ft lot was marked by the farmer I I CHANGEABLE TYPE 40 optional special accents.

Budd dleton returned on home with I on Saturday.Mr. Lauderdale visited his father, 1 personally without undue The influence .. ( 1 and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custon

Hayie V spending and Mrs. Lester Crewwere Warren Bloodworth. in I ''by any person. s' SeS1.tI sets. of
v *
Do You : :> ; her mother after with her cousin.. In Lake Placid last Bradford County Hospital envelope should then be moiled keyboard in an instant. Five. inexpensive \,

ayment to make* three Matthews.Mrs weeks Wednesday and Thursday or this past weekend. or otherwise delivered to ,l-; JEWELED MAIN BEARING for long-lasting. Tae< fff
; \ M. W. Lance. who has business. Mrs. Mallie Orlffls. Miss the state ... '*., precision and performance. _..v< )! ** *i-i.
? son-in-law Mrs. R. C.Barwell. and: Paulette Ellington and MrsJoe "Be sure to sign tnis tory-new
-''T'JTiahylfciilI tbpajr been vtsltlng her I Cobwere the back of the en. I I than most for extra bigtyping
; daughter. Mr. and Mrs daughter of Denver Fair were shopping In ment on "If it KING SIZE CARRIAGE. two inches longer ,
an- 1 "
I !! urges.
Mr. and Mrs I velope. Morgan -
visiting Thursday. 4
California sheets.HANDSOME
In .
Richardson will charts and ledger
R like
not signed the jobs reports,
relatives Is\ ,
ir Eugene Barnes and i Klttlei :
weeks, was of Monroe
several Friends vote.
for added cost.
as a
not be CASE at no
town last week visiting the past week. will regret to learn that he. We all eligible ASC voters VINYL CLAD .
on to Mr. and:! Mrs. Maurice enter V. A. Hospital urge
before going wlU again market
LET US HELP tOl friends Waycro Ga. to visit rela Murray of Tampa were last in Lake City early this ballot to by return mail their or in person COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL.

WITH YOU* .VOSfi ..PROWe Wednesday visitors of Mr week. prior to the August 25 dead-

tivesMr A. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen.Mr. of Only ,
i and Mrs. Stanley Friday morning guests : line." $121.59

AtvTrafae To Hetpl 'Varnes of Lakeland were and Mrs. W. P. Moots.. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blooi-: Ta
of Miami were
weekend guests of Mrs. R. worth were Mrs. Oeorm

Newsoin. and Mrs. Harry Mooty last Jchns of Jacksonville and Notebook $2.50 st thrVEtEGRAPH.

Town Finance Co daught.Mrs.: Ralph of St.Merringer Louts. and Mo. Thursday Larry! Noegel afternoon.will be schoo home Butler.Mrs Rebecca Johns of Lake Plastic: 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH (

of her parents Mr. Friday from summer anc .- -
I are guests guests of Mr
Sunday :
Ala- f
Phon* 964-9091 Fred Russell atState at the University of
:>mple Ave ; i and Mrs. bama. Mr Warren mOOdWOl.tl1I're

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i Parties Honor u Miss Marcia Haynes : Mrs. R. H. Fukh.
W Martha Susan Ritch Honored At Parties I Celebrates 80th

A Friday BrideMiss ql t tN1 tr tt t .-r
Mi s Mama' Haynes, pro Year With Picnic

Martha Susan Rut< I li, (ciive bride of August :20 J JI

GLADYS 1 MOOTY whose marriage to J.un.' i complimented, with sev- Mrs. R. II. Flitch of Ln.w-

Beoler ,,' in g lay, celebrated her 80th biith-
Phone 961-0651 will be an event n "i. Ii driluhtful" parties the
tidy\ with a picnic dinner Snn-
Friday evening at 8 p. m in 'ist Meekth.
the First :\\tethq'1st Clm t ''i ft II. Adams! and day! at Strickland's LandingI :

I has been feted at sev-nil Mrs.: Flitch, the wife of t dilute
htful parties in thep.ii, (\ nt a dessert-bridge!! V Robert II. Futch has livedIn ,

1 week. )imitv :Monday\ evening At the ,e t Liiutey and Bradford County -
On Thursday of last wr"k| hump, of the former! on E .
most life.11'
of her : mdMrs.
Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and11'.- r. ,IIItreet honol'lnMhs/ : Futch had twelve t h IJcI-

T, T. Long entertained nt n 44t Unvnes Several a't'nnue- ,urn, nine of whom arc still, \

j lovely luncheon at the horn '. \ meuts of (cockscomb' and pom- living' At the present: timi-' "

of the latter for !Miss nil h 'ins in a fuchsia and white she. has forty grandchildren.( ,

Arrangement of suminei, .ffJ lor' motif wel'Plserl to fifty sTPjit-jjrnndthlldri'n. and,!

flowers In shades of 'ink nu'hliKlit, points of Interest one it-Krent-grmilrhild/ > I / : I.I

j'I t tM ti tk were used to highlight point! in! the party rooms for the I Among thornout, of town

of Interest In the Inn li i'nr W y : ''I n., ,aslon Miniature Al'l'n nllp- i helping{ lie, .njo\ this ripen.

for the Decision! The lout' meiits" of the same flowers 1 don were Mrs Jim FutrhAlfp ,

Individual dlnlnu tables u. tc entered the file card tables of the late R. It. Fiitch'
covered with white linen and i r"Ii" had! white linen coven hrtithor., and two dnti hti'is" fITmntilli.

I, '; .", Brussels lace cloths and (centered :Mr,. and Mrs Licv
with pink rninitlunnoseiays After! dessert! was served Futih of Wfiycio.s.s. n"1: ,

Bridal plncccniJs ;e sal) progressions of bridge rPt and' :Mrs. Brooksey; Fnti,'h of

plAce:! in pink' Dresden rn.c<1 e' plAyed and prizes were Lakeland.. and their respr' I tic,

": )' holders marked:! the seatln"\ ,,! "r dod 1'1 the winners t- f.imiltar, "Mrs.: n"R.I..1.,. li ""r
I'l.mt City, :Jilt Lois ( ',,"'m,
1, ::1 arrangement! for the li; IMP hostesses, presented the t'tr
Lenox: f'ti: :Mrs., Dmninv'
"J guests. and
honoree with a corsage: N
The ; 11 11Ll 3 Rnily: and children! of Vlld-;
honoree was prescntft m emiraved silver cake
toes ,: I ta, On.. :Miss Edith r.iKin.,
with white of the
i I a corsage and n toilfi as a memento
!" icUwonville., Mr. tad :Mii\ A
white satin quilted bedspread
occasionMr !
I..: I n Hosier (if (bean (CIK.>
I with delicate
a pink 1
t0 i SplintAir.!; : find :Mrs. I Leon>
IiIi I design< as n mempnto of the : 1. Charles Sawyer 4 ; ,.' .
v0it i YI flllol and t'iniily. I Laicc'" .
I occasion from her hostesses Thomas H Slnde
,I'' !! md Mrs ,. .1 R. Atkins. Starko. S,:SRI I
Amon< thItUeRt: were were hostesses! nt t a lovely iml. :Mrs tSridy ;M 1 I'mlev, .
tet0 Mrs. Grace Rltch. mother of Coffee' on Tuesday morn- .
ar'l I ha by. who have<< ju-t[ i nI <"-
the honoree and Mr.s J. R IIIB at the home of the lattei.in I tinned' f"omfllnhf'lmp: Ofnunv. ; -

rte Beeler Sr. of Keystone: Ilk .. E CAn Street honoring/ n' A-2c John R. J IIP-WMP.( '

ttlIII 1 Heights mother of the '! Miss Hflvnes.I I who< hay: also returned. ( ftomCprmnny. ,

bridegroom-elect. I I Mrs' Slnde greeted the ? x + s s Wi r ( : :Mr.' and, :Mrs Ob<',d
I"I ...t- 'nests at the door ant standing "I'liili-y and Donni.) Mi. and,I
I"I I !Mr.s Linda Knee: Johns :: in the receiving line were ?",<. Charles, '' Sl.irllngnna! ,

and Mr.s! James Reddish I he honoree her mother 1'1ll1dl''n.t's: arable :MrCI.'l-'

I /gave a bridal shower Friday Vows Said By Mrs Carolyn Kurimay :Mrs' O. L. Haynes Jr and lan :Mrs. :Margie Reddish .\unl

nizht at the home of the latter I And Joe Allen Sapp On July 29 I her !sister.! Anne Havnes children, ) :Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ :Mi1'iPrlvelt. ,' ]

at State Farm for Miss Colorful arrangements/ of :.Mr." tad( Mrs. Robert!
I Norman and rhililren., Ml iintlMr.s
Ritrh. j mixed garden flowers were
I I Wedding vows're said! brides except with shortsleeves.
Summer flowers in aUI'AI'-1 by Mrs Carolyn Kurimay' They wore headpieces used at points of Interest in Miss p Alma Harris Weds : Larry Norman and
Mayton ,
tive arrangements were uses the Sladp home for the oc- Rhoiuli.; :Mrs Ol.v: Starling;
of circular veils attached -
an !', Joe Allen Sapp In a dou- II and!
to hluhlliht points!! of interest I bl<*-ring ceremony Friday to pink crowns They aslon.( Flowers In tones of I (Oran Leroy Parker On August 1 14 Mrs::\'rs.isy Hnrold StarlingMr Starling And family -
in the party rooms forIhe orange wel'elsed in the den.
.RI"eJ July 29 at 7:00: o'clock in the carried a single; red rose bud :Mr.' "and :Mrs\ Rudy HIgInbotham $!'-
affair. In the dining Baptist accented with pink satin rIbbon and shades; of pink In t.h" i I Rev. and Mis I E ]F1",\ ",II, l'lIJI'1.! Acid, I the backi !, ,
Baylcss Highway anti children. :Mi
, / Vliss :Sandra: Beth Stith Weds room there was a hanging: I Church with Rev. C. A. I living room. The dining room ton of State Fmm iinnounce' < uiuiind: writ an nirnimemeiit'" and, Mrs. Guy Futch Mr. and
basket over the table filled table was covered with an the marrlaie of their dam' '..hter of chffenb.ichla. philodendron -
ouis Alvin of tine mother of : and baby.
Kleiman On June 25 Crosby, former pastor Mrs Dickens: :Mrs\ I Dale Jones
with blue pompoms ands imported' linen! and lace cloth Alma Harriett of Gainesville and Norfolk Island ,
chinch, ofCldn lInl{. the bride, chose for her Mr. and :Mrs.. Lamar Futrh,
DI'i an' I :\11- :Milton Chan- i renter On her" head, the chrysanthemums) The Mrs. Kuilmav is the daughter's wedlnan:! / aqua and featured a centerpiece' of to Oran Leroy t'l1l'kel"l pines "Mr." and Mrs.' .1. R. Devore
Inu< room table was 1'01 din-I Dink and green summer flowers which took! place at the hom" alts! Miiyton .chose for her
lei C. | ,
late P. and Lawtey.
1 hinh uf Falls Church?, ]bride wore a matrhinrf pillbox daughter of the silk afternoon dress! with family of
''a ..in, ,.non!), ,, 1 u" > the mucilage : with fingertip lllu.slon with n white lace' rloth and I Dickens and Mrs,, Dickens of which she wore a white carnation in a silver bowl. !Mrs O of the bilde's parents on weddln s .\ three piece! suit of :Mrs.' Futch received many

f 1.1' cum. :hlel': Sandra!i I I She carried a bouquet ofcambl1unn held two ,silver cnndclabrasl 1 StArke. corsage I., Haynes SI' grandmotherof Sunday August: < 11 nt :3-00 I : p..i im white lamp with white nccessnrles lovely and useful gifts.
with blue candles. Mrs Donald the bride-elect, served The cel'l'mnnl'1I.. per- Her short veil was
r let I'J t Louis Alvin Kieloe I I orchids and step- Centering the altaI''nq a :Mrs[ ., Sapp] mother of the
Cartel'' and MNs Elaine i coffee nllncne white circlet and '
| farmed the r.ilnei to
\ by brides
: 'JJl of :Mr. John Scul- I hnnotis. sunburst arrangement'! of pink wore a pink silk afternoon Inl
c Whitehead presided nt the 1 goom Assisting!! the hostesses in the presence of the tin thp "woie" nn orchid corsage!:
'on (ol MM I use., N. Y. and The matron of honor !Mrs. I' and white mums and gladioli: i dl'ess complimentedwith white' Hl>>''Holt and mums and
crystal punch, bowl. RPl'vlnlor"I'e Mrs. T. T. 1..nnlt.Ml's. mediate families The hiide's mother was attired -
hi 1,1', > louts. Klclman. on Burce M. Schantz of Scotia a-amst a background of a white carnation cor- \ Clanked by white tapers in
The Rifts were DisplayedIn A., Y. Covington, Mrs S The couple repealed: their in a 'green .silk print
ui"- :! ') (111 C.ilvnry Baptist N. Y. wore a full length candlelight /greenery, satte. liver cnnctclatara Mrs\ C H
the den where an arrangement O. Denmark and Mrs. Robert nuptials In front of the fireplace afternoon dress with which
'h..1 i i \in tVn'hington:: D. C. |J linen (town of the Mrs Barbara Reddish, At the reception Mrs. O. E.Crosby \ I I Janes lr. of Rockled sister -
of flowers she '
summer -I Turner which held an arrangement wore( (green accessories '
,'ho i mdeliiht!: service was! empire style trimmed with pianist, tendered nuptial music ,, I of the bride presHed at
centered the Rift table. Introduced the gueststo The honore was pre.sen.ted: of white And i and an orchid corsnuc.\ '
o ft, ((111'1/ I by the bride's1 1! clunv lace at the neck and I I and accompanied; Miss mums I i \ the punch bowl and :M' *
e !Mr.s. Reddish: greeted the!!| the receiving line composed ( with a corsage!! and an i gladioli Hanked<1 bv lighted!: The "rnnm's mother' wore
i """i HIM Robert J. Stith sleeves! !! and accentuated with : Marian Green, soloist"' who 1"11'1'-1 I Annetta Flynn of Fort M1.-
/guests at the door and standing of the bridal party and trie portable mixer from white tapers In bone china n blue silk print afternoondti'ss '
I t :,' bride's father, Dr n forest itreen velvet ribbonat Mxnir "I Love You Truly. ers, house guest of the 1.:1\-:
In the receiving line were 1 \ the parents of the young hostesses! as a remembrance j will hi'lwc accessories' !
1'01 ''
I 11. \\ 11" also gave her the waist. Her headpiecewas : "Whither Thou doest'1 and' tons, cut the three tie.: 'd
Miss Ritch. her mother. Mrs ." couple of the occasion.One with birthday' unit) nil orchid (corsage.A l
a cake
of matching velvet "The WedeltnPl'ayel'/ curry bride's cake
bow )
> a
Grace Ritch( and !Mr.s J R i The bilde's table was covered hundred and flftv- Inout the circus thrill" sin ill fimllv: recent\ Inn
I lv tie Is the grand- with BiPPu Illusion. She carried 1 OeraH Norman served his 1 II /! The couple will reside \nOlIw..vl1le
Beeler SI' mother of with linen and five guests, invited tot \
the pink were \ The \\.is laid 1 Imini'dlatelv fail ow-
Jsniu'' t h M r of Mrs Hugh L. a bouquet of deep pink 'i I' cousin as best man find the children wnrifavors ""I'!' n : whenthe" bride
brldeffrooni-elect./ centel'f'dy\ a three tiered call between the hours ten .. i'' the\ 'iiu'ini"iTh<> bikle's 'I
n ushers were Kenneth Ellx- or swiins' filledcandy it'i" \Isi i\ cosmntolrv'l,\ and beautician -
p 'iM.iip" 1111.1| the lAte Mr and carnations trimmed .
I I i and twelve o'clock. \ ',
The cake by a 'i
hortesses wedding topped | 11 I "
I presentedMiss i i n\ 'i I'd( with iinT
.''" Brow n!lie, nnd was a frequent with baby Ivy. Ritch with n crystal son. Don' Newmans' and I! mtnUture bride., and groom.j i ___ i ties. panty hits' ui' i v m T l '\ ., 1, I I'Mtl'l 1'- \ nt the ,Home of Benu-

1 (1.1 i n in tn. I The bridesmaids. Mrs pitcher as a memento of the) Oval. mar j Flanking cake wereI Miss Havnes: was honored tl'ir,I I cil l uiin. 'in niim, -rm" IH of, tv Mr Pikv\ 1nn engineer;
Thp 1 bi ll ide wore n full James R. Chasteen often Starke occasion. The bride, given In I swans and she -the-the valley, at a luncheon Wednesday I a i t Sperrv-Rand Co.

r I in candlelight pole de'Ir and Mrs Peter L. Wick of ilase/ by her brother-in-lnw, I Mrs. Hazel Alvarez and Mrs.Barbaia given by Mrs Eugene I, .

MI\-u<, nppllqued with | Richmond. Va wore ensembles The Pecan room of thelOirden Shaw Porker of Albany. Oa Reddish cut thebride's Matthews and Mrs! Bob ,
''encr( ?i l.ii
, r'n''" i "I'M.,,.'d",1. tiiiln fall/ from < and carried a I setting for a dellKhtfull'[i I gown of pink silk organza! The punch table was al-o I former on E. Ad"'ln" street a $r

l I.. '' "., .il ''r .incl' )luul> mel Hunter, shade of pink i luncheon Saturday for Miss, and French lace over bridal co'el'ed.lth pink linen and I Cut garden: : flowers In

a l i, I .ii.. i '' "n. i' :-lnwn the tions! trimmed with I'una-I Fitch given: bv her aunts! ( satin, with a scoop neckline I ,' 1 pastel shades highlighted! .'

The two Junior : I Mrs! Hamilton Ritch of'I.and long pointed sleeves! of I I bowl 1 1Mrs. aoints of Interest in Ihe living I

1 ,.. .. ..:..,, ninlds. Miss T-rry Stith andMiss Johnson( and Mrs Morgan imported French l.ice Sh"j'I Kenneth Ellxson kf'ptthe t loom And den for the occaslon .
1I I '.>' : '':<',::;';';;" [ Mary: Ellen Stlth. and Rlchl1l'de. I I wore an off the face tell of 'I,! bride's book The bride's luncheontable "' ; I Ia

I ;' ,,,1111' flovdslrl., :Miss Tracey )I The T- hApe.l[ table was!I'sheerest Illusion which was| After" spending some time ] was; ('ovPI'pd'Ith nn

stith. BIP all nieces of the centered with an arranae-' held In place with n matching with their \guests the coupeIp 'imported linen cutwork cloth
bride iud 1 wore matrhlnBl' \ satin bow. She carried: a and centered with a silver $
'I | rnent of pink and whit"1' left a shot t wed'inafor '
'II : j pink lliiPii gowns which< were, gladioli and' mums A I.UII.Iland crescent bouquet of white to South Florida and are bowl holding an arrangement

I niinlnttirp t of the adult at-!' of hv inn the length ofI |II pink and led sweetheart now at home in Jacksomllle of pink loses! and white

ti'iidnnt'fowns. I the long table.' Brld.il place,,1! loses. where M-. Sapp! Is employed. pompoms. Bridal place' cnrd'
Tli" h.'t t man was Ray-I I Mis. Shaw Portitn', sister"' marked the seating ,
cads marked' the npittn I< ( ar-I I Mr.s! Sap|> chose for traveling nrinnse- .M'
; nnnd A: ,'hAl't of Waltham. ., : l'an"'eme.I: for the 20 invited I' I a two piece suit with which r r .y,
Mnss and the' (groomsmen I UllP<;ts, which Included Mi"' i hnala Mrs. Annette :Moore, she. wore cinnamon to.ist ac- Among< the twenty Invited'

were Rnbi'it" Zncker' of Svrcti ,- Grace Rltl'hfl'.1! R''' wiste.of the bride Mrs. 1 i ces.' orles complimented with 'quests were Mrs O. L

Charley 'p, NY. Richard Sherman I Heeler Sr. Mrs. T. C Ilazenj Jerry Dyal and Mrs non I the rosebuds, from her bridal Havnei Jr., mother of the

of rHmllliis. N. Y. Jr and Mrs S. R. J-hns Hr j' Newmans were briiul atiend- bouquet I bride-elpf t. anher" two
Dnuula Kasrncos! of Svracu.se. I | ants They were attired In'j' Grandmothers, Mrs 0 LHavnes
The hOI.ol'et''a. !! presentedwith i Approximately 150: relatives a
1 |IN Y and Chandler Stith of i gowns of dnrked shades: of I I Sr. and Mrs David i kx 1 y 4
: '
a personel gift fiom hPl'hotese" and ft lends attended::! ltd
Johns HvattsvlHe. MJ Phillip 08011- ': brocaded! pink taffeta ma1f' the Q Scott of Decatur, On
: i as a memonto i wedding and reception. .
flpils) of Syracuse. N. Y. was'l the occasion. ofl I along the same lines as the' Miss Haynes was presented + 9 i S a ,9, ,

I the rmi'" bearer I -- with pln' 1 pompom corsa'tr

a'I.ahout I The mother of the bride Hosiers HonoredAt and a silver and crystal
2 Parties Honor
t nip a.ft. pink full lencrthi I shoulder-to-shoulder: drapeIn mayonnaise set from her

( his (ftiestion) : i reps. ijown with a slights I the back The bodice wns1 I'' Housewarming Miss Janet WebbMiss hostesses! ns a memento of
embroidered with tlnv erv- the occasion.

3 ''Our'.n() 'ht bloke loose)/ in THE BRADFORD I'' stale I and pearls! and she Mr. and Mrs! Marvin Ros- i Jinet Webb of Atlantic i Miss Madge/ :Mlddleton and

a Morni la"t; t Bummer and wore pink cymbldium orchids ipr of Lawtey were honoip.1! ', Beam who will become' Miss Betsy Matthews assisted< !
wrecked ckyshore. COUNTY TELEGRAPH I at a :Iiouspwarmlng Satur- the bride of Will.urn/ Terrell the hostesses In serving.
vui on a r
Our neiLrhhiir lost Published every Thursdayat I I The mother of the groomwore '1 nv evening. in their new Walters of Stark.. on Saturday -
138 W. a soft blue, full-length I I home /given bv Mrs. H If August 20 at 3:30: 0'-
Call: St.,
Ion./: !' !' crppc own The bodice WAS Brlre.' Mrs Wyman Harris clock In the Neptune Biptlst l Darts> decoralions The refreshment -
Starke, Fla. 32091
))() / embroidered wllh tiny ('1'1'- :Mrs. J.V.. Thomas and Mrs Church. Neptune Beach was table was covered

Johns! .\ :*'nc> "supply al! Second class postage paidat stals, and she wore Trans Woods. I I honored lit two parties the with a lace cloth and centered Z

'i.k', m.uriini'e on all t type. Starke Fla. coloied cvmbi lum cream-I: The refreshment table was I past we-'k. by a tall .tol'k. At one end

of .all and motor boats" The bride chose for herj' covered with a beige/ lace I 1 A miscellaneous showerwas of the table: was a silver lazy To Your

Subscription Rates: KOlng-a'VHV/ outfit, a pink''' cloth and centered with An !given' by Mrs Amelia I susan filled with snacks and Future -

Charley E. Johns In trade area: 3.50: per linen and silk two-piece suit (arrangement' / of summer Seavey and her mother Mrs.! at the other end of the table 1fq

year; $2.00 six months acct ntuated with a white flowers. Miss Linda: Strlck- Grace Seavey on Friday Au- was a crystal and silver, ,

Agency E, L Matthews, editor and feather pillbox hat and white, l land presided at thepllnrh- gust 12 at the Fellowship punch bow 1 J. When you make it a habit to save regularly !

I publisher! accessories i bowl and Miss Brenda Jones Hall of the Neptune, Baptist Games were' played by the

1:11: S, Walnut St. Outside trade area: $4.00 After i: honeymoon In MIami served. cake.Approximately. ''Church at Neptune Beach 24 guests and prizes were Clouds of adversity may gather some rain

1'HOXE !9B1-0201)() : () per year: $2.23 six months. the c'o'lple111' b" at [i : 70 relatives! fOI' :Miss Webb I. awarded to the winners

home In Chelmsford Mass!! ,1 and friends! called between An attractive reen and The guest list included! may even fall. But money in your savings ac

I i Thp bride Is. a June giad- the hours of 7:30: and 9.30: I white color motif was carried I Mrs. J.: C. Boone Sr of
count at First Federal will shine
unte of SviacusiUnlveisltv, p in.Alvarez. out In the unity decor !, Gainesville and Mrs. Lonzv through your

She receltrd, \ her B S. In In- I ations. The guest! list Included Rhoden of Starke, mother of darkest hours
you a sustaining sense of
CONTRACT tenor De-l.'ii The aroomimadunted Reunion Mrs. Columbus Webb, the honoree

: from MIT. in |[ Held Saturday I' mother of the honuree. The hostesses presentedthe security when you need it most fortifying

196S. received his. master'si| Miss< Webb was also honored honoiee with a baby

decree, there, th.s past Jane I I bv the Youiv Women's, walker as a memento of the your faith in sunnier clays to follow. A steadily
The descendants of Rom"nand '
andI IJI st tart his ductol'all I I Association of the Neptun"l" occaslo( i iPcrtv
PRINTING Molly Alvarez held A growing savings is
account soundest foundation
program In September In the I Beach Baptist! '' your
famllv reunion Haturdiy
, department( of Aeronautics i White Bibleemonv" : In
I afternoon at the home of Notes for a happy, successful life. Start it growing
I Astionautics) at M I. T. which Miss Webb was pre-

No Job Too Small He Is employed by the N. A :,i Jr Mr on and Havless Mrs O highway! It. Alvarez )I .'f'ntl'dlith a vine Bible to 6th BirthdayOf now !

S A Electronics! Research;1 be used In her w.i rldlnl{ I Bo Mathews
Approximately 90 members) '
Cenl: UI C'amhl'ldlfa1ls! !
No Job Too LargeSIt1I1ey (i of the family enjoyed' a plr-< '
Ole dinner in the varl nndIfllnwshln Stork Shower Bo Matlit-ws cflebralej hl- Savings In By The 20th Earn From The First'hg

/; Recent Births during the afternoon I Tuesday Honors sixth birthday last Saturday

). I when his mother,. Mrs: Eldon
.' Lyons Bradford County Hospital Mrs. J. C. Boone Mathews: assisted bv his Savings and Loan Association

announcf the following grandmother( :Mrs Vernon

births. 13. :Mrs John If Morris and 'I Smucker." gaviu party for 'klJ ?w

Phone 259-3084 :Mi dIdf': Raymond :Mr and Mrs Robert JIJn-I'' Mrs. Robert tinder hill him In\ the afternoon ut their Of Starke ,ere

George H.lllk'tph'osp.: a for Tyler. Starke. a I tamed at a delr tful enlel'-I' home nn :Mimosa Drive jl
Fla. CSeoup Oie Richard DeVVayne, 218 I Soil Temple'" \\i : Phone 901-0300: w
son Auif
Macclenny, ory. Auf shower Tvie.sduv D() anJ his ,seven littlelelfiiend.t
Mr and Mrs.! Albert 12.// Mrs. J C. Boone ,,ti! the I enjoyed<
I'. (0, i Bux: :11:)l A Oaxtlllml<1 In DIP TF.I.K-: ald Wllno Starke a son, I of the former." tna the party hours' and hud' '1-1h0I'cr Annum (Quarterly Anticipated Dividend

flit tl'll,. l.rln.'i.. rcsulls. fhtlstophPr Donald< Am-" I'j'' A pink mid '. .".' coloriiioili refreshments, on 'the patio

i .ii < ,Il II. ml,. lit the \nadir" in. table. Wit.LUiitiit'U. .




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"; THURSDAY. AtTO. 18, 1W! $

PAC3K: FOUR ..---- of the various laboratories ';
-- -- '. Luck With Gardening? state for analysis.
I No around the
that counties facing un
ion Council To Provide Labor The Florida Extension Ser-
I could rely on civil City
defense emergency laws authorizing expenditures Soil Test May Spot Trouble vice laboratory alone proces-

r end'safety where Is threatened.public health To ]Install New Football LightsLabor rc' It your field or flower garden each area These cores mixed ses close year to according 30,000 samplesper to Dr.

Alachua County recently 1 Is producing poor plant! together make one average- James NeSmith, soils specialist -

; : took bids: from, four private have you ever stopped; to thin; sample. Fill out an information .
iL; funeral directors to provide costing from $1.600to to be audited as required DY: I / that inadequate soil may be card for each sample you After the results are returned -

-' _' ambulance service. The con $1.600: will\ \ be provided: by: law at least once a year. the the cause? A soil test may be collect: and make a sketch or to your county agent; ,

; : .. \ Ji4 tract was awarded to Walter the City of Starke to Install clerk said I I II II I the answer to the problem.The record so you'll know which he will help you to develop

Wilson and Associates of West new poles, brackets, and The clerk also recommend I I test can tell you many; sample came from which soil Improvement programs

Palm Beach! for $2 .000 per lights at the Bradford High e:i that an ordinance be I things but: it can't tell you field. for your farm or garden.

yeai'. Bids by the other three School football field within drawn making It mandatory; 1 which crops to grow or 1 It Take these cards and sam For additional information,

firms were $76,000 $60,000, the next four weeks for the city council to mak I 1I wont present poor crop ples to your county agent contact your county agent.

and $30,000. The City Council agreed. to a budget each year. The I I cau&ed by a drought disease who will send them to one
The Aia : iua Commission donate the labor Tuesda Council is not under the present over irrigation. A test 1 is I
I said it would have cost $62,000 night at the request of laws, required to mak not the substitute for plant I
annually to handle the service Tom a budgi't, Edwards said.
School Superintendent :
: Inc at the proper SCHEDULEAdult
sheriff's office PARTIAL
through the Casey. It was stipulated In Soil testing Is a tool used NEW
ambulance I
and that operating art the motion by Councilman New Dates Given
II by scientists to help grower
service in cooperation- Ruby Johns that the city not and gardeners make use of the High School
'I. with Alachua General Hospital go Into overtime pay on the On Archery Hunt I soil efficiently. Education

I would coat at least $30,000 his Job. Utilities Supt. Oscar Da At Camp BlandingThe Rev. J. (P. IMcLeotl Many take advantage ol Review Courses :,
Sanford. All-Star*, right, rt'I'eh'esthe ) Jones said last year
EMrldge of weeks would brushing
LeRoy I via said, four this tool by contacting their:
winners tropby and John Bnwhly of Orlando, left, taken. firm Bradford averaged County.one call Cost per dayIn of the Job. news release Issue I i Revival ServicesSet county agricultural agent for: USD Building 7-9:30: p.m.-Starke, Florida

Kecreatlon Director C acneItayburn School Board has or from the Tallahassee office '
trophy from Starke $3: The At Laura help In determining any pro-
the runner-up the service went up from Fresi, _Mathematics ((1)) and Sciences ((2)
the annual District Slow-Fitch Softball Tour 1 and there dered 140 new Improvedlight of the Game and blems. MONDAYS
after $10 last April '
nament Saturday night at Hardy Field.< i Is an additional charge of0:\ fixtures, the city -wl! Water Fish Commission on'; Baptist ChurchRevival I If the problem is with the TUESDAYS-English ((3)) and Social Studies ((4))
I mile outside tne providethe- labor of Installing August :3 with information; soil Itself the agent might

cents per limits of Starke. the new system, and tin on and about the managed- services are ached I recommend a soil sample betaken WEDNESDAYS_Mathematics and Sciences

Sanford TakesTourney corporate county has been asked the'lp archery hunts was in error, uled August 22-28 next Monday from the troubled area..

out with nine 85footpoles. According to the August i 1 9 I through Sunday, at the This sample could tell whether THURSDAYS-English and Social Studies

City Prepares The County Commission release, the bow hunt ache Laura Baptist Church, the soil ts acid or alkaline. Mathematics will be concerned with the
at 7:30 )
: ((1)
Services will begin
Tuesday night agreed to duled for the Camp Bland each night with special sing- : how much residual fertilize] basic arithmetical skills involving fractions,
try to help. ing Wildlife Managemen I lime In the soil or and
and are ratio volume
O. :McLecxl ,
J. percentage
Rev. pas- decimals
District BondsContinued Casey also asked the council Area would open October :1 1 Ing. which fertilizer ratio is best ,
Power tor of the Collins Road Baptist -
to consider future aselst 'and continue through Octo for your crop and soil. area.
Church of Jacksonville (plants and
ance In beautifying the new 'bar 23. Corrected information A good soil sample is Important (2) Sciences will include Itiology

)I_'. District II Slow I'ttchrouruey two out of three and were ( from Page One school complex on Washing. should read as follows:: will Dinner be the will speaker.be served on for a good test. Proper animals), Physical Sciences, Physics, and

considered the best In the ton Street and to combine all Camp Blanding Wildlife must be used A
rates have equipment Chemistry.
I your present ; they the grounds next Sunday,, "
Sanford's All-Stars wen State. Satellite Beach had had to go up," Hennon said. the school's utility bills\ \ Into Management Area. Clay August 28 and a Deacon Ordination sampling tube or auger Is (3) English studies will include Usage (grammar

crowned the Champs of District runs on 8 hits Nancy's Mitchell, He echoed the city's engtn one resulting. in a reduced County, October 22-23 2930and is set at 2 p.m. best If a shovel or trowel Is ) Spelling Vocabulary and Literary

It and will journey to 1 run on 4 hits. Adele Johns eers by stating that as long( rate. November :5-6 for a total I Everyone is invited, accordIng used, dig a v-shaped hole in ,
Tallahassee\ to compete in the Joan Chilly, and Shirley "What are asking for' jf three weekends of archery slice a Acquaintanceship.
losing as the city keeps growing we to Rev. Luther A. McGee:- the soil 6 Inches deep. include American History
State 'Tourney.. Sanford won played well for Nancy's did more financing every few years he said "Is not a consoli- hunting, pastor> of the church. I-Inch slab off one side and (4) Social Studies! will

OU over
contestants, Including two entries outstanding job demands. But increasing consolidated bill\ \ with a re- strip. Avoid taking:; samples and World History.
of organized play and deserve vorict: op IIK.XHIMIIKTIII : 0'1
:from Starke. year for their revenue, he said, should duced rate." : <>\ FOil ("I.OlI! POINT for the rom wet spots feeding areas,
Garden Restaurant, the host a lot( of credit keep the city's financial piC' "We have requests IIke< ,\"i1JII'UO'i""i'I': nV ,1\ TilE RIGHT other- unusual spots. NOTE 1. All of the above courses are aimed at
district! and l or any
the In
to write. Come <
team lost to Orlando 4 to 3, efforts. Going within ture bright. The only time additional that time after time" Councilman round's 0.' IMMKU: PI.1'- way you The sample represents the providing an adequate basis for taking -
Orlando 16 to was an accomplishment VKn SIHK.HT: : IN IHIOlllOW ii-lect your favorite
outhit would become
Garden financing Educational Develop
Itself especially for the first Orle Wiggins ex HI lll>ll I-ION BROOK fountain pen. TELE- average of the area tested. the General;
7 but were unable to come up Congratulations to Nan unnecessary, Hennon plained. "And we grant them 1'U \VIMMI IT M\V COACKHNl I 3KAPII.tnce Ueas with different crop ment Tests (GED) leading to a State
With the hits in the right year. says, would be. if Starke stop. alii You will tuk. notice that Inaccord..n
to put
places. Noegel's Auto Sales,, cy's Flowers for a Job well ped its growth. when it's possible iwith the provisionsr irowth soil color or fertllbl'rhistories : Equivalency High School Diploma.
Softball League the service on a single meter I should be sampled
heads ball" Women's > Bertlim: .IliiO'J; through 338.12
after playing sub-district looked up like ; Two more weeks remain In The investment counselor We don't' want to set a bad Honda Stal. mi.H. a public h..urn due under the tontrac't eparately.. NOTE 2. One-half of the class period will be
In the gave two basic rules which Liu heltl by the Uoard (6:14]:! N.
will .
League I with John soil 6 Inches the other
theVomen'B Softball precedent. Take of
a core
different team in devoted to one subject area;
an entirely they are used to see if a city of County CoininlHfiloiiera of hrry Street: Sturkc Klurlda
losing to Sanford 12 to 4. I'I and two games a week are I such as Starke is in a good "If you do set one, I'd sure Brad font, (County Klorlda' In covering the flnum-lnif. of mild d leep from at least 15 spots In half to the paired subject area

The Sanford All-Stars pulled planned.. The schedule for the position to finance additional like it to be for the, schools"casey th.? Coiirtiocun, of the Bradford motor veil tile Any atm rpl lua will Instruction will be individualized according -
thati County fiiiirthouHe In Starke, and you will
met done replied. He noted be paid to you
several upsets indebtedness : rlurlda& on Tuemlay. the 6th liable for" anv balance need.Register .
to to
Cocoa Dixon in the /first round remaining games are aa 1)) If the average net revenue saving to the schools woulde lay. of .S.-pi-nibi-r. 19tJtJ(i, at 10.00: emalnlnff unpaid under Bald. : Car Wash Set

and came out on top 7 to 5. lows:: for the two previous- > a saving to all taxpayers. I'vlotk A.'d. onh... pt'tltlon ofTruman on tract.
DiXon had, been ranked by Tues. Aug. 167:30: p.m. 125 cent of In other action: \\'. Ukklimon. and. Puty The nrWHpnppr publishing I Friday By MYFThe Early
Inn vs. Goodman Gulf years equals per I A. VII""HOII I hu u-lff. which hli Notice .ot Hale shall note
n.. many. as the team to beat. Holiday Shell vs. he:: average principal and interest A plat with 12 lots ownedy ,eti t ion \\UH npread upon the liable, In dnmatfpM to any F. will'
Hurst Junior M. Y. 6
a' After polishing off Noegel'sthe and 9 p.m. : payments of the bonJa. Mrs. Ruby Johns was approved emOteS of a meeting of said praon or persons. named theren CLASSES TO START SEPT.
.. Orlando in Nancy's Flowers. of CoinmUslon-. publKaIon have a car wash Friday from
I 'winners met 2) If the average net rev- as a sub-division. The bard County arising from the
the finals and calmly disposedof I Thura. Aug. 18: 7:30: p. m. I mile plus utility taxes for the ievelopment Ia located along era held IOn Unit Auiruxt said Board D, lauo clouo, re- of Haiti notlre.. Corporation 0:00: a. m. to 3:00: p. m. atlann's Adult Education Program
Flowers vs Holiday uoHtlnif Chry "'r I Station. corn-
-Nancy's Shell\
the 9 to 0 to win the Goodman Gulf wo previous years equals ITS Church and Laura Streets. and .abandon a portion of the liv Fred 1. cm"'mm :\ Drawer 100
trophy. Inn and 9 p.m. Azalea inum'U i.iit| I -,,1 Street h<-relnater Wnncluo,'kJacksonville I er of Madison and Church
Champions per cent of the maximum annual It: will\ \ be known as | < 4010)
Women's District Tourney ra. Hurst Shell. and interest. d.>H< i ihi-d, and renounce and Florida streets;
23 7:30 m. Knoll. rl,.ht of Bradford
Dlstrlct Tueg. Aug. : p. Isuhilm .my 11 8/18
DeJand was host to the Maximum debt service the ordinance .
: Goodman Gulf vs. Nancy's An amended founts 'I'"ld..nd' this public
Tournament as Nancy'sFlowers :and 9 Holiday city of Starke could handle placing the billing\ \ of utility I In mid b<" the- land lying withIn I -
represented Starke.Nancy' Flowers p.m. would be $159,000: per back under City I Raid. .portion of umitiud platted -
beaten Inn[ vs. Hurst Shell. now accounts: Htr.-i-t. nald. portion of UnUsed -
Flowers( were Thurs. Aug. 23: 7:30: p. m.Nancy's year Hennon said his studies Clerk Merrill\ \ Edwards was platted. Htieft being. d..-
; by the Satellite! Beach girls Flowers vs. Hurst show. Under the city's present passed. ,"irlbed aH follows., : SALE
12to1, Goodman indebtedness the maximum discussion of the A porllim' of land l>'lnif In OFFICE EQUIPMENT ,
Satellite Beach has beatenCarter's Shell and 9 p. m. I debt service 'will be During See- the ICuBt I: half (K'j I:' ) of (te
Furniture and TV Gulf vs. Holiday Inn. ordinance, Councilman NortheaHt quarter tNKV 16)
,\ $109,000 and with the new ber Goodman put a motionon of NorthcaMt, quarter (NIji''i), ,
$630,000 issue added It would Heutlon. 19. TownaMu 8 Houtli.Itunga .

r" : ; rifle to $145,000.: Clerk the Merrill floor to Edwards give City a County 22 Florida caSt, and Uruillt b..lnlr,

I bmance.Service To Be Stopped I As in.. past Issues, Henmor the radio as he asked at the last more particularly daxuHLan I . 1
however that
:: suggested, meeting. The motion finally follows:: .. __
payments be made lighter for second Commence at the Northei __ tti "ECONOMY" SIcto Chair' "
died for lack a of Section 13, 'j'owII-
t Continued from Page One: process of considering future I the first few years. He suggested after another long: discussion ship corner 8 South, Hunge 22 KutM t ; Vied In church auditorium I
thought advisable that only payments on .... cafeterias and libraries.
budgets, it was Chairman Carl Hurst: I h me run South I 00 dogrc .
night. ,to make our intentions the Interest be made until of and :15 minutes Went a d18- Heavy gauge steel, made to
will 1967. appointed a committee tnnce of 200 feet for point _ ., last a lifetime. Foam rubbet
"Well, we'd better get prices known, so that the Board July, Goodman Jimmy : .
Councilmen of beginning.Jo'r'OIn
C and back. Seat size
peat *
on an ambulance and start have ample opportunity to The city's present bonds of bell'lnnlnghu.. -
McRae and Orle Wiggins point ', 16%"Wide, 15" deep.
hiring drivers," Commissioner provide funds for operating have not yet hit their maximum to study the reque t. dexvrlbed, run thence Soul ... No.2660 $2 5.75.
retorted. the coun.. debt service: the city is 00) degrees and 35 mlnutKast
Roberts ambulance service by
George Carton III'. ..$25.31es.:
The clerk gave the example along. the quarter setlon -
"W have the Civil Defense ty, enter an agreement witha paying back $85,000: per year that he needs the radio line u distance of 20b.7
ambulance," Johns said. private ambulance compoILny. now with the new issue the feet; thence runViHt. .aim. ( uvHoismr COLORS...
in ''would Immediately to contact the superintend Northerly boundary. I of _ .
"You couldn't crank it or subsidize a privatefirm. annual payments the Available In Grim n, Brown,
three< hours," Roberts replied rise to $120,000, eats when a customer pays a Osceola Street a. distance, then of,' Tan, flame, and Cray linith."ECONOMY" .
service. For instance 30 feet to a point
deposit on a
Jones has a problem of collecting "You have in your files Information then gradually increase to the run North 00 degrees and ai,
to know 1 I If
he has
bills for ambulance showing operationcosts maximum of $145,000.By minutes East: a distance nf. TTiw5ECRETARlAL"

calls: Roberts said. Even of one ambulance by my 1969, when it is estimated water house is available before he at can a certain allow -- run 205.;East feet and to a parallel point; then to tlSoutherly ,,"- I Typewriter pedestal wttr cTevafer platform en 1 l Ie".r,1 box Jrow.r

though Jones hasn't said so, firm. This being a minimum the city will again have boundary afor" I right (ai 1Iu.! ,) or Ur Specify preference Center No. 43l__$196.90Thr
to a de-
he is reluctant to pressure of $12,000 consisting of $9,600 I' to expand its utility system, a person pay mentioned a distance of :I Ifeet 30 drawer with lock and ley. linoleum covered topi

people to pay for an ambulance for labor plus public liability the city's maximum debt service posit. He emphasized that he to point of beginning.All I 60'-. '' x 30', ". Mist Green, Desert Sand, Sahara ten drawer
the 19& 90
does not intend to use Interested parties may ai 2
he fears the Insurance, workmen's If the present growth -
because and property :
and be heard nt the tin'' Brown or Gray. ,0. Arm ChaIrIuaNpRooFSTA1Plps
social continues, would be $195-: radio to disrupt city busines p."r
then wouldn't patronize compensation, set rate
customer llul, place above specified. OOP TOP...Atio availabU v/llS Colaftx Top that alcohol :
h' director.: his services as .funeral curity repairs contribution, tires, ,minor gasoline vehicle -, 000.But Hennon cautioned the I or"It for seems personal- like business.these lit tie I I lust Dated, 1966.this. 9th day of At- cannot data nor can ctgartttu bwn.......................Add"C:1: "fa number$11.09( add'!. your office that new look

COUNTY COM: and stands op after years
"I don't know the answer and vehicle depreciation."In council not to sell bonds now; things I ask are never granted. HOARD:MISSION Of:It.1 HIUH.D- of wear. Ruggedly/: con

: to. that but, personally I feelS my opinion ambulance he repeatedly urged waiting I'd like to know why." I' FORD COUNTY. FI.OHID.\. STIEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET structed. Heavy gouge.I'o'mng"w -

the county can't subsidize private service Is a public responsi until what he termed the the clerk asked when the By Chnrl.m. A. Darby doom block aisles large and steel. Foam" rubber seat
business," the chairman bility. Rendering ambulance "chaotic bond Market"smooths discussion was over. I Clerk of said) Uo..rd. to \ and back.Seat 16%"wide,
: (Official\ Seal) r-my Heavy gauge steel. Five adluitable eotrtparhntnls. I 15deop.\, "Naugahyde"upholstery.
service is such a terrific financial out. He said he an- The council also authorlz "
11 1 18 wide 19% deep.
76" high, 34" Won't scuff or
.. said."Can you provide an ambulance outlay, that it makes it ticipated no great drop in to- ed the clerk to contact No.7636 $99.75 ; crack.v..No.2o 1 $39.95Bows

: and. four drivers for impossible for our firm to day's high interest rates over er city auditor George form-I ISOTICS3SI.IT :w'o.\I.F.('..:n 1 above but with tacit and by. :
$12,000 per year," Tommy continue service and to absorbthe the next two years: delake at Edwards' recom YOU are hereby notified that No.74341$105.00 ii

Hamilton, a hospital board loan" "But we 'will see better mendatlon. The books have th,- following motor vehlrl'Miit .

:.. member, asked Johns. A handful of counties have times than now. Se.t up the I II Plymouth llelvedere Sal ,..,s.u, I.
then wait," he I :-."" nH2Jri6721881i 2 Dr-11 Th. 'MERCHA": "' '' gff.
issue and sug BtCORATOK
told of the reso- _ :
': Jones has previously taken advantage car Davis told the council: \\ 111 be sold at public sale at COLORS... Contain two full .
.. the Board that if the county lution made at the St. Augus- gested. It 10 0.." o'clock A.M. on the ilav l ;; utpenslon
Monday night was apparent letter files, a doubt/
aCllY MM Grain
limitation AIIKU"1986 .
council's -
One St. The only I & of
: puts out $12,000 to subsidize tine caucus. county however, that a wAit and< :lull 209 N. Thompson, Stark Ollv Once9 drawer, for 3x5 or 4x6
C .. the coat of operating one ambulance Lucia, won approval in the is ''Uiat the new genera nee attitude would be adopted< I rloi' Ida.Tlut D.urt Sand .. cards ((3200 capacity).Tw.
a lie will\ continue to last session of the Legislature tor will be needed by 1968. on the interest rate. 1 proceeds. of the sale will I : Coti Cray.BOOKCASE -... adJustable storage) copartments ..
: bear the cost of a second am- to use tax funds to pro- It will take more than a year Of' the last three l issues sold b.. applied tlr..t0. the paymetif ,. .. under lock andkey
., stoing -
His letter to the vide the service. Still othersare after the order is placed( to I the costs of retaking .. a steel safety vault
bulance. .
In the state, Hennon said the< ind sale of said moor .- Dial
acting under Attorney put the new generator into of publlco. t SECTIONS i. _-_ doubly! protected 'by
Board states: Interest rates have ranged I ht. i I. and the cost : 'Lock plus an outer door

.. "As your Board Is now in General Earl Fair-cloth's opliv operation. Utilities Supt. Os. from :3.04 per cent to 8.57: li Ion, of satlsfaclon notice of sale of and the then ba- __ Designee! for many use.. Keeps supplies, catalog under lock and key. SOW:

C it *'* * * * * * Hamilton Starke's last County.bonds Some sold! as of tlO: tile : II Ii
: I (Shelf tlzei SOU"X 16")...........N.. 349$ $3.5O

"' '. I low as 3.60. As above but 2V II,2 compartmtnt ....N... 203 $34.10: ( With plunger lock that locks all drawnu.No. 13701$71.00


: ,. I DesegrationOf


.: : 1 Faculties r' _ Shelves are adjustable on 2" centers, can

: : r, This Newspaper works be added.railed Easily or aisembled.lowered or Ofrve more Green shelve or us''

_ Gray. The "four-way reinforcement" gives
I Not Adequate them greater strength. The open shelving

: harder rin this community's' : ,I _ _I units extra Include rigidity.four steal gusset' plates for

Continued[ From Page One] Jt-

: interest than any other : boom plans to build a ball I ( shewn" at right) c m'.D.::. .In rt- UNIT OMB THREW UNITS UNITS AIX ,*JJT.IJ.

diamond and encouraged full I No. WIdth H.tgM' Dtpth Each Unit r'. rrhepermtlr -i Ih.'v' _

I use of the facility, but not the 8712 ..3'" 87" 1i" Six $44.9S $46.70 $44.21 $3.95 .l.S3. .
Tectlon. of the building. I ,LJ 8718 _- .36 87" 18" Five 0 i3Mt 53.00 4.93 ...

: publication in the world. {i : Signed an agreement with 7_ ,;__ _ 1- 8724 _.36" ;?" 24* Five 9JO> ( .*..3 61.25 '.95 ...
:3.73 .
the Union' County School 9X& _.30W' 49" 9i" Four :33.00 :33 JS 37.3 O
Board for 30 pupils at the MwfcMfcrfe. I 207 _.:3QV 26"* 17" Two. :30. 0 30J3 :30.25 ",95...
.. I' Illu$rata above. 4026 _..30" 40H''26H" Thre B4MI .90 au. 7.43...
State; Farm to be transported
,. unless you keep paper .
U to Bradford Schools You lecords shouldn't.and other valuables protected THREE No.7312 units SHElVING UNITS-OFIN.. (As shows at lift')
,. I Approved a $2,800 contrtutlon against Are and theft. And in easy $8025 7512 ,.,...::16"" 73- 12" Five 27.00 $14.73: $26.25 '3.95_
r *Iti Model 4 sate. 73" 18* Five 4O.9S :30.7O :30.2O( 4.91 ea.34J5 .
: to the Bradford Counf */ay is with a Mailmk 7318 ,.,...34"
h / I Health Department for This compact and economical safe. 7324; _.3'" 73" 2." Five nu 07.35 &9Jea,
1 Is perfect for protecting point oflise -
.oJtLbeaA school
: srvleea furnished records or for i small business
( ( *
tiUdxen. or lIVen at home. It is Identical

L ** < ::: IJf4, 0* tkdi; I ** that Mama[Rejected a school Priest a bus request Kindergarten.be furnlshi by the- 'In certified construction C libel by sites Underwriters'with,.and Ask Maihnk's like to see them It laboratories. biggm today.HdVID313L it :n.. Bradford County Telegraph

to transport youngetera tote 4
... '
-Se 1
.**;&*:*-*'* kk* *.* *-* * * i .school cafeteria. -



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You Paint It Before It's Built '" .

Fiberglass Boats !S':,":: udding Industry, For BradforJ

When n fisherman '
nifitlons '- from getting wet too especIally -i the boat is removed from iJifl -
a "Stumpkiicirkei, helpful in cold weather. mol?. : : I I HANI.: AT. l>'. OHITTT.: MAVOIlATTEHT
these! day: he may be t.ilkmi ;
about WJa r Building one of the boats Extra Bucket Scat tf + 1'' i Morrlll. K'iwitrdii; ,
old-fashlonej:I bream" takes two and a atilt d&h Seats go in next .md a ;M Kit;: ft ILL EUWArtDH.\ CITY
fishing! / -or he could
mean 1-L.KKK;
nn' about 24 man-hours flshe:mj.i can order:: bucket.
one of the "new" IlberalaMsfishing ; i x 4 II I/I
Grlffis ioys. Several drying Feats if ho wishes: they ra'
/ boats being ,
/ m.inmai peiiod.s arc' required for the the newest extra for the boat S11'1'11r: OKHi tl.tc'rro.\I: : '
In Starke by JimmjMoore's } rosin to harden. nn.1:! are custom made right It known, that, I I. '1'011IAdll"8.

Sun Sports; M The boats are made from in the shop. A customer ran .' >le'r..tR""r" ; state *>f
Built first in late I liH3! ( : u 1 r iii,' Htntc of Klurlcla, du.. hriiby5llv.
f1.C a mold whlrh looks exactly have any seating arrange not I.-iHint H OK.VfHAI.jKI .
somethlii ; to take up 'PHI.t' -N r ,Jl t it like the! finished( boat except meat h" wishes; In tact: fora : .I-VTro.V ull I I.held In

time Ui. 14-foot flat -IJonom erg y that it has' wheel wooden reInforcements little extra he can ha e aU \ st t Bradford. County, State of Flue.
Tl&hing( boats. RI'e"all1l1./: ., a ,3 i t rue. i iu< TuiHiluy! imxi Ilue.P.fnK -
around It and:! meet a custom-made boat el .w r I ,the,, first. :Monday In NJ-
solid imputation] I lliriuhoul I i i :) : paint various' colored drippings except for the basic hull. it Mfinl..?" I> A II.. I 19U.! () i l he dHlif,
the state. Many hn.ibeen T i'WIN i ) bring, the 1 IOIUHTIIDAV
all over. After the seats are bnndel J
sold to. flxh camps. and theare 1 +M OK NOVH.VBK.ll; \ to fill
Taint It First In. the' boat I t
I I : is painted:{ msldt 1 r i I.. fgll"x laa offli. "H:
popular: with local! fisher \t' kl First step In the building and Is complete except for ii-i,>r.*ii.ntutlMIn 'mitreiiMin '

men. process is waxing: the moldso oar -locks( etc. 1 )- Ili? "Hci'onrl' I'oiinrotiloiliilinnriei
"Spnie time ran out. the finished boat won't The finished hull )1-*. between Tin, t< I ) .lumUHM of. tin Su-

Woodrow Oriffis puff-d sun- adhere to It anl'lt: can be 3116: and 11132. niche pi IT). ('"url

day morning as!, he and his \\l pried loose. thick and the fiberglass and ? rt4 ( lh'eA Thr'+ i- (t.l! ) .'"doc"" ..r Mi Dlniu -
wart, of t Aiipi'iil. for tin
wife. Pauline I" I
labored with ,
Then n thick coat of paint 'losln combination that thl"lt Flr.( Apirrlluto' tHHtrU-t
sheets of fiberglass/ and rosin 'J coven. the Is than ntt
,I wax- this will b much stronger wood T .I." re) fin tilt JndKOK "
Two more bOlts took shape the exterior of the boat and Oriffls! says The only time 1 n tif II t! "Klulrih' Judlilnl. 1 I'li--ull

that day but.. It still wasn't the customer can choose any i repairs are needed:! would be) ? 1 r a 1FIa 41<. ; ,.i.-iKi-v, I"rnor" \uf Sims'

enough color he wishes but white if the boat sustained a deep f -i MI v et.'n.'r.l: !

"If I had :-0 blahs thismorning. blue green and charcoal I scratch or a hole: completelythrough ', "iiti-iller\|'

I could( \ deliver : ray are us"d most often. / the hull. 411''Iii. i ,iiiti'iidcnr Ti' i's.. NliMr."i, pultllr'' In-

,. them all.: Oriffis sai.i. He k i 1'; The paint requires seven 01.1 I "It takes a pretty deep .., a at "A K'.t' .tI r | I II I ,,11mmlHloiH'r I
arts as "encml' rmnager/ of : .:t. ---I eight hours drying time before scratch: I put a pretty thick: I t s I ', '," "of Aitrlcultiiroi'
Sun Sports and boat buildings the glass! be layer of paint ( <2) c'niiiiiiiHHlouilrii.' Plordn -
The mold. hut, barn, painted and the first layer of flherKlass can on there I'nl.ll.'."' SirvltiC'V.i"1'11, :' "" '011Sim.
Each side consists apPIICd'l Woodrow! added.! With the .- Mi'iintiir" fifth i Urnttvrnl -
:' goes' on tinhlilo. us it StumpiKx-ker' r>eliiH| tit takesliupe ;' Jo :. .
layers of fiberglass color added to the paint before ,' \ tJThe niHtiliiSlut l l .
I miller the deft luunls ofoixlrow Grit i fit of Jimmy.Moore's ;Sttw: A */ Hi" nnl l i.r Xlxth' .'a1'nRtitrII -
FLORiDATHEATRE erous amounts of rosin.' The I it Is applied a scratch .
; Sun Sports. Three layers gInto each lido, and emItIs fiberglass: all comes in rolls must go all the way through t Mtunipnocker' waaemhly linn. Innhoki. above. The two boat In the fore- i DlMtilitHint'\*. Hcnntor. KlKlun: VenaL.rlnl .. -
Killed.. tliiwn. with rosin. The liottoiii bar tau III.XTH wind then and I Is torn or cut off in the I before It even shown. gronna must be minded out,amt the wat added ,and then painted Inside. A dry- L>l"lr1i-t

11 iliMible bottom of uooi7.v correct lengths. "Cheap material lust does,. Inn bout In .ia the left 'luwhgroulwl end will soon t-onm old of the inolil. In the SitiHrorliil SlutSinnl.,1' 1 Dimrli' tOn" 'I..01lI'.flll(

First a layer of 1 34 oz. I not wQrk." 'Orlffls says. Since right liu'ckxrouiul l I Iv a !second:\ l mold "ru'n which the jompletnl hunt war just ntnovml '- I, (II1 l ;Mi.inli.T\ ,. ., of the HoumiIII .
goes on then a layer of 24 the boat has: flat sides and Itl-tll-HHI-lltHl,, .'.N
W4 In the photo above. It I''*" about to be xpruyeililth (gray HH yd another I Two ((2 ;M"inlMr.'ii. "f taw
oz woven fiberglass' for bottom there are no curve .,.
7 Crenml.eloner
tstunifmocM'r takes l *>huM*. I (lluilrd of ( .ntv
_Sunday; :3:00.J : Saturday; 1 1TIIUKS. strength and last a layer of to ado strength as in motet Three <<< :a i) ;\'enl1."r.' of tin-
1 oz. The bottom consists of I run-abouts built today The lltiiird nf .'...1011.' Iti..truetlon,

.. FIU.. SAT.August two layers one light and one Stumpknofker's strength, tlv> Art, ri-liitlna ,n," lie ,I'liy In hinolieroiintn TmtUiiwiiy Whereof.'net my it
.r I Htiil'kr niltHll will irtildlnii *
IIMH : |
;' ; I 18, 19.!) 20 heavy. Each of the three and Oriffls says it'll tAke \ / fur tin liulillltiitlun. haul unit iirrlxcl( .the
keels as well as all corners plenty of abuse comes from ii iif -lutti .. nt'l'. and,. ri-ilevftliMuii'' ilri.Hl" Seal I ot the ..State.of .

Double Feature Program and edges are reinforced its rigid construction.The the if HlUIIIM Oily,. Mllfl.of Sliirlci hllffhll'll" "In areas ai'cifrdHIII h In- .'' Florida I tinCapital.' at. TttllnhHiit.i1' uttsthe19flrenth l.. -

with eight Inch strips of boats get a thoiounh *a with urban. n-iH'ual, 1 |plansapprriX'ed | Uy of' Autfuatlir

You\e neverfieard faster fiberglass for strength.A trial in fish camps whel' ,\ l I.y tin ciiy ,rmin* .
.. .... llubllllh' TI'IM; MIA.MSsioiniT.rtv ;
II ilpflnlnw the "II. -
beats or seen wi/derfun/ plywood sheet Is then treatment comes at Its / <. .'".-, |) luhN trod I'''"' : <)(.' s'eATL:
insertej; to form a double roughest When Orlffis first irx' '"f Hiilil i'n)!)' In iinil'rtnltliiKMtit I' rilli. I'' '<
MGM(, bottom to make the bottom built the boats they weighed 'II Ii,'IIvllh.s, 'tin, liifllnfr. tin1
TDlt 1an8He pnwrr 1 II'I.. II.-,11. |Iff, prop" ell"
fli found'it '
1 trti >t. and add strength. A 190 pounds but he t .. I
through I < i of t the
wooden transom Is also part necessary to add relnforco- 1 tmwi-r: of. ,'I"'I":7.t.:' : duiimln. ; art:: | 'j uJi

l ifS ? of the boat: because when ment bringing the total } otherwlm, t I.. ,itlHpoNi/ ,. nf propon. o !jGWt
bend ,1,1Jitw ) r.tibll"I' i to "")' r< Hi I 'rlrtloiiNdf'in "
you fiberglass so many weight Up to 240 pounds -+ -il,\ xer.Nurv' lo preventthi .
ti times It will finally break! it-vc, Io.nlrnl, i or .,>1"1, uf IS .IIPROO'. "
w : The transom the now.Sun b fut ut, *. HI") tit* or hi I ic lii I'd' HI" "''H
&&tD1P Sports recommends\ to IHMIIO tiomlH. unil, '"Ih..r ul ltWlttloflH -
v only nails In the boat and 20 hp kicker but the boat '" Yc lllul\ KlM- NPs t 11\11)
;> they simply hold several I I will take up to' a 40. Woodrow 'a #{, Uioroi., to. 'I.'\Y luxi-H" .HIM) H.
I <*?"*'nniUM .ami t In ,'n'Iri t I 1111
m"utato" ON I, pieces of plywood together. I says. .tKiiiu. >ntti ,lo HI-I, nvf federal< "
After the fiberglass! Is applied "I've even proven that oh I \ .old and .,.,in,ply,, with iottillttoilM -
and wood I 11I'1.a.. 1 ,kll ri ltllii tt |u
bottom and mine but a 20 hp. provldiixplenty : \ ,
1I..wllh p,,r<'v lilt UK To tin
transom are In another dry- of speed for fishing.If ,
i ui, Inn i r.>,,**\\.1 iim-ncy" ti" xiI
Plus Ing period U required before they want to play they ." I Ip'usprn. luTHtindir" Ii', nlJ,, i Pt {
Itv UiLtMtinn, ,'H U to bt In The
--- r putil, I' Interest .uiitliorlatnit'
, d1 I / t,, r ) nits. rlty l.. furnish" fund..
FERLIN* JNYME ) Cur' lb.w l fat' 'lilt I.--' .unit. l iii. ...I.corly >
HUSKY MBNSFIELD In .aid' ilitr..,inr hy th' I..*.
fla'I "'yr titiiifi, ..) of Mi..IWc<"tlunn, l b\ taxI .
(:Ming paint rnlliT-4 1111. IonIC handles. || the H. |<|<*M. lire plusterei e 's ;Widdl'r k. 'rwu+tMJos.r} r i 'S75t" : tXrxyA''I!;Lelakp16:, ''f' i ml*.n of" uthr\vtH' :: provMUnt Atd ..i:: .
dawn. nllll I the iilc-k| luirdenlnK rtmlii. It takes fi riff.. and t lllt) HHfUl /Itll'H' iMMIIUll,', Milluroptfrcfefi II ,
cT IaL hi.* ,,\\f... Pauline, about llire hours. 10 flb<.rmlu"; *<.. ir St ump- I'uhule' : egcnry urn': ; :undoe: ahMlpa 7:/
mold. The bout most ntUI be nandnd down 1/lnlde and tile
luii'kir.lnll/ the rosin humane tlie liiMiil of the bout ltMiiniled exempt from taxHtloni I tSIdiflue pro- IV.II'tlt.,r, fffi., U'aA/e' Wool bulldJolcan /
,;eats must also go hi. lint the eatable |is finished and child ''' for n "rnfrrinJ' >. I act U' *n incinerator for ,inconWnls
[.l to u hiiiniith. flnlsli. The oiilthle layer of (iitlnl. npru.vI'll 'hit the water. t ,liiHUoctnrw, ,l'i.ii., S"l h'| ,MlocHon ,. I during a tire And tort.I '
Into the mold liefure the liunt IH f"r..lt'd.l < i>nie M out really i : I tents include paper rfICords f Loss M
Sire, I KrnuHtfiii; .,* oiiniurk l , vital, l racordi-Hie main reason 43
( In hit the Muter ii'iil Kl"s.V oinootli. should buy a run-about to I
$i I only
... .
M''r. Myillrr i I Urnals AII..III'nMtei' i out of 100 /hems never reopen after/ afleecan
begin with." he addv Ono -wac, hauled to Maryland > Mr--. .1. /K.: llur.lv, Mrirtfrti I put you out tuainMt.
The boats cost as much to month oh( a \". ,rl 1 n VV'lllliiniH. doe MailmM, B Label l safe will !I..
last top A
01> (
taal iE added to his other r responsibilities : built Into all the bouts will t'xllnski.. ;Sn's, ld, 1'\, ul,"l.I
build at most run-abouts! ; Volkswagen bus, OrlffV you Underwriters' Liboratonat
Jolla' ;Mm. ea:II'I l ItavniMlil I
Va, DDa1Nt I keep him hopping; float "about 600 pounds" of I Sliniiitiiii"' certified/ fire protection.Think' it OVM.
there is 'more ,
Iff Is ,
used '
iT Ot says laughed: The man had I Ml'H; Kiln Sin* '
't/. / ,,'\'pn' days w, week equipment and people without ; time' ana,, material' in a one .In ii: flshhw' camp: "jln; I. M... IN KKy "''hllll..,..1'.I..pn'l. Then drop in.
;MIH. Uuke '
.7 I
I 'liatil 1
St' :N.': :MON.. TL'KS. Major advantage to the sinking If a hole is put 111 Stumpknocker- 'than in most I south Florida. and stopped in 'r( .\11.,10'1'. / ; ''... IC"Kir Iran,- Bradford

IIbellabout.s/ Is that. they one and It fills completely run-abouts. The standard Star Ice to buy his own. t I t hi)'. (AlteriiHlH. ),
August 21 22. 23: \boat: sells for $320: but a cu.s- Sun 8Pdl'to3 Is \\Ol'klnlC( I In Ti*..tliiiiin) Wlii'ri'uf., Ilru'11lu I
will hbl l "fun vei' with no ,i .Utli waU-i now ,' lO"h.'II.h; I NHIMIAmi I
have his special County
I iruilnt.en. tin'' ; that I i-, unless!i The boat's high! Ides are somer can : on'a moll to manufacture C'".IMC. Till'. Siill. 1. Iif' Tll>
'I an'ither,. factor and Heating \ 'on kl1'i : .I.i Ii 'I t in tlll'm.On1 safety
tot it. All the boats are TinMil, 'na IH
Intr flxril Thin :u '' )
,01 T.; i ,I'' tank.* 'Mi v pr''nt', fisherman \bUilt with one \live well but spare which time Ol'lffls gets project around now to All ull'HI' A U l I'H"'. Telegraph
tgh<< U,1ndnpI'
a 11' extra Is another well for
occafol1'\l1.v.: But Bradford .
I I" .to i"' ,

tun Wist AS BUHM no Bunt Win u RoemOinmoOa .\eifcht-lnrh\ strip of fllwrglafm BOW over the edge: 1 sad bait.Dui ability under the rugged County may 'have a buddbw, ,
business If he ever nets! time
l0611HIA WITH Au THII.FulA.tt( ,
In ull foment for reinforcement. It odd. .strength when the treatment the boats receive -
AID All THIIisiwoir 301 DRIVEUNOI'EN to develop It, especially if That' Our Business
VillAINS Tool boat. IH rammed against Mump' or lorktt. The rrombinalien at fishing camps! Is the runabout Is.as success GLASS

of three layers of fllM-rglatit. pluM the reinforcement' IH strung-<< good advertisement for theStumpknocker. ful as the Stumpknockerseems
The boat Is "If It's Glass We Dan It"'S
eil, than Mood."i .. to be.
7:00: !( -SHOW TIME 7:15; advertised by reputation; CALL WRITE or VISIT

W TIf1fYi ADIISSIOduHi'I: : 73c.; Students 60c II FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Children Under 12 FreeVKI day H.'iiuinlnT, |. ", III. flue!' A ll" 1
I Surprise Call I fur, 'the pU' '', pose| of 'I-IM-I| lug th,< We Des'gn' Modern Store Front
\ TIll'KS... FKI. AUC.(: 17 IS, 1 19not'm.I' i I"II.Iw Ing' nrru'i'i'M.ilroup .
'9 I ,iiiuiifiliiiuii. .( I l'r>rT I Just Mail Us! A Pattern Far
Mrs. K. J. rvilinn. Ill t Ki.,d- 1 Warn. r'
:; FKATt'UK: ; PROGRAM: .. ., Tab! TopsSHEA'S
": 111''''''' 'I' I'nll'II" JI"I" II I'"Ila
'.6 grave Street, hurl 11 pleasant
surprise' Sunday nlf .
.,. BILLY WILDER'S I TONY 14. when her dAiightrr.Mrs. Two V""H"
v I' '' : Rirrmrd Howlingtelp, "I'bu" 1.1., I 0., NN', !Sp" Ina, .'. I
ta ]RM3La n. phoned via ham; rmllo\ from" ..f nim' "f Mif l.i'aiMim' e
r, > Jl Jlom the American Samoa. InlatnU MotlM.Illll J.iHI' 1 pI'UHllllH' |pI'1|
DOUeB & \ \ 1! a ll-stnnce of 10,000 mileH.Mrs. l'j fiillliwlllft. 1313 N.\V. ith PI. Gainesville. Ito Phone FK2-43S.1

.;'wT1cMNICOLON, '' I _. CASTMANCOIOHuttirr 1 Pellum had not expect.ed A rrr.I'I"< > "ti ii /la'gl-he I.

I I"L-::::':: rwnsnuon'A, "' ttT.MMllMtSAT. ivTtiivJO to hear her daUKhter'. \ /: \ : voice

I 'PaJ SYi t,1 V{fie 'R) 11C 4. ,;. T for two years tho I"nltlor 'I
l.l the Dowllnif'H contract there.
.r. )M JJJ.om". AD.UI WEST.BURT 1m o : ., SUN., MON.. Tl"ES.-AUG.: 20-21 tfut after trying{; for weeks, :
: ... .
P.' a., her Hon-in-law finally found a

m IJtihIf16N IJjiW Itl 1J i a'iJ"" Y;: !mlR:.IM ri5 :8 8I" DOUISLE; FEATURE; PROGRAM( : Texas contact on- his ham REVIVAL

.'iii'OO:1If: } tl lkh: ''I,!all IUt4gSfI, 11! A R! IXlUIl I :' C ..... ...... ...; ..... ... .;;.. .... ... .l 1 from unit Texas The mil to Stnrke was completed by long- :,

SEE IT ak .'' I distance telephone then and
"" i I
N. \f!___ AGAIN AND !c' I!Mrs. Pellum eon1l1'r"1' withdaughter

Wed.. Thurs., Fri., Sat. *" .; -.....; with that GAIN':4': V : I her / for I I.S:; minutes."tier .

August 24. 25; 26. 27 I Superca""g"" ,- I I Voice sounded! faraway AND EVANGELISTIC MEETING'FIRST

"' mus-, ,but sounded< Just like
Carolyn," the happy mother
A hilarious
romantic fir' i x Walt Disney ; stated.,
v v Dowllng/ his, a tw.V'ii< '
misadventure! fti contract with the U.S. Ooveinment -

0 0D to work In eduentlonlul -

television In the islands l .
SNI I Tim woolen hitttoru goes In. It makes the bottom uftlie| which ore 3.000 miles. wroth CHRISTIAN CHURCH

lent flat, adds strength, and forum u double bottura la the "of, Hawaii. They went there

Stiunpnorker. 1 December. Since the I"-
rMerITROBIN l.JULlE: ANDREWS-DICK J VAN DYKE' Mast! arc I so widely< wintered.i .

], Mw-Ire ,, n''SNrTECHNICOLOR'1E1) i i all education' Is rurriBil, on by Starke, Florida "

I television.. '

CRUSOJE 1 Living government qUill t.

; .. TI1TRS., FRI.--AUG.; 2;;. 26, 27 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home em ix. not primitive, Mrs.I 21 26
US.N. . Pellum reports., ; hut when the August

No. I No. 2 STAHKE-PHONE 961-2600 couple has dry-rleaiunjc I they

,,,,tplelLVA must ship it to Hawaii. 3.00O

Ui% 6 r"U2i3UO WOOD KEYSTONE HEJHlTS-PIIONE 173-3176 miles away
730 P.M.
-- '+ia': I CHniSIOPHorPLummer Not I it i: Ill1:1.1: .. 'IIIINI :

Rental Services I li.iiMl.il, K riilllj. MaMurMp. -. "!
"r II", 'II.) "I' Kl"rnl.tr "
IE McAIOR' wALT oi5N1 YS.4R 1 1 : $ 'IN P HIII' *MIJHHAM; P1 ett..w .>I'IS+OeD3IS6i HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS 1 .",I.1 III' I",". \\t\ I.IW. "I"i RICHARD BESTEDER Evangelist
wM NYki1N/ CLOVer .Iii', ..1" ..11"a "'I'>xi I "l'i, "nWly!. t
CRUTCHES ElI.!: "I.. I I. 10.1" a _
U.. +I.'. ,.. -- .
': to it? .stunt. vul.ts .>1, .....: '

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SIX: nn.\r>Fonrt COITNTV TFi.F.nnApn. STARKB. FLORIDA TlnrR!lD\V. AUG. 18. 1986

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Ambulance Crisis Radio, TV Revival Set I Dry Run Set Mayor's Court

I Course Set At Hope Church For BussesA I Just five cases came before
( I
; Work ) Oil I Revival meetings will begin Mayor Randal Chltty in May-

'I Delayed Budget Next TermOn Sunday August 22. at the I dry run on the 20 routes or's Court Tuesday night In a

Pleasant Hope; Chuich three I for school busses will be madethe. light session
miles north of Starke on U. 1 in Jimmy Lee Bonner failure
i week of
Count'( C'ork: Charles Dar- Fund. $23,01)0)( to the Sinking\ The Board' loU Schoal: 1 popular; demand a September to have vehicle under control

L$542,S61 tentitlve budi : Fund and $1 l,2ti5 to the SinkIng Supt. Tom Cas-'V? It would try enures: in ra:io: and television S. 301. Jornigan I preparation for the fall term. and causing an accident, forfeited -
Rev. Wallace said l this
i i t. still lust about like last: Fund! Reserve Account. to help; secure poles) to light lepalr will be offered: in the from Georgia will Supt.. Tom Casey < bond of 27.M.:
Waveross, week.A
veer has not :yet been ap-I I Another meeting<< will be called the football field at Bradford Vocational Education: Department David Lloyd Crawford disorderly

i tired by the County Com- to Nniillze: the budget once High School. Casey sxlJ; the of Bradford High be the speaker. meeting of all bus driversIs conduct and disturb-

ml- Ion. ,i decision Is made on the ambulance Schojl: Board has oidered School this fall. The public Is Invlt,,>d. set next Friday, August 20, ing the peace forfeited.. bondof

As 1.I.it year. 6778 mills I service and It U furtlier fixtures the Stiuke City Conducted by Gene Tanner at 9 a.m. in the usa Build 3750.

I will be \K-vled, tile clerk' said decided where the money Ccuncil will )pruvije labor to who lit connected with CARD OF THANKS ing. Members of the Highway James D. Gan.n, wilful and

All work \*'as delayed ( will come. from to either sub )put the lights. up. anj he Gay's Hoir.e Appliances, the Our heartfelt thanks to all Patrol will refresh the drivers wanton reckless driving. use
Tuesday nIght. after the .sidise<: DeWitt C. Jones. or to asked the commission for the: course will be In session, each who extended comforting In safety habits and check all of profane and indecent language -
the service othel'way. I' buses. Assignment of bus 3
Boud; had gjne o.er the en- : give xonie. poles. Tusday and Thuisday from sympathy and help in our and voluntary Intoxication -
routes will also be made at
take additional
It will
tire document with n3: Interest was shown In employing I 7-10 p. tn. beginning Tuesday recent sorrow. For the beau- sentenced to a line of

changes. when the Board\ funds either. way. several youths under! I September 13. Classes tiful service floral offerings, the meeting. $277.50 or to 44 days In Jail.
with I The budget III usually in the nov Ntlwhborhood Youth will be I In the Electronics Johnny McCutchen, use of
wffBottle found: It had to: come up I the clerk and other kindnesses we are ('01111 ECTION
$12.000 tn provide ambulance ; Tallahassee' by to now have It in this Corp. P. T. Nolin, director I Library In the USO Building deeply grateful. Sara KurtMai'han profane and Indecent language,

service. DeWllt C. Jones I hud planned of the Diadfo.J. EsonomU' on U. S. 301 in Starke A 30- In the obituary of Mrs. sentenced to u tine of $27.5O:
Caps Bicycles 1. He expects and Jimmy McRae.
time by September
| I students and week course is planned. I II five days in jail.Ernest .
Funeral Home will !discontinue a fUI ther delay however Agency: said i Blanche Edwards in the August or
dropouts between 16 and 21 Pupils will master circuit 11 issue of Intoxication
ambulance In the coun- the TelegraphIt Smith voluntary
.. ... n.n..hl... I : since the ambulance: has I
>h""lIr".1dllk.: J Rnlil. I Him .IIr.: UIIIIIr.: ;
; ty unless subsidised: la: that and in a low-income bracket I theory and repair practices A Savings Bond registered was stated thut burial was sentenced to a fine

anti l.Dii. Ni-ll \\ hilt.h.. I 17 7. iliuinMer: i.f :'si r. l\n) i !.<.n.. MilltUI t l. I IM amount tlw Board: was taldI : come"\\' up.' Just have to be late will be I'l.eii\ instruction to These interested may contact In co-owner form becomesthe in Crosby Lake Cemetery. of $27.50 or five days. in jail.

..r..lh.I .primil ulmiiTH. nf I the two i l>lf;>firs. ic''*''" uua.v; l h\;' t Pu.1lurldai I See cuicle on ambulance: and take the alull tor's ciltl- prepare them for Jobs L. T Oslesby! in the U7O sole and absolute property Burial actually took place I

TinlitnSiiliinlny:; ; In the Iii al ('r4I\\ii Niinimi-r" FUll i ihu | service I i-lsm.. I think I our reason IH The proposal will be none Building! or write c 3 Box of the surviving co- at the Santa Fe! Luke Cemetery I PIWltle Notelxiok $2.50 at the
HiirkMliilt* t tin- tlii'atn.l.iniN. The General Fund was up over by n E Jjnei. roud department 100. Starke There' Is no owner in the event of the I
:-; \\. Koln-rt proprietor. of valid, he suicl. I I .
$2.600 over last week when head. chnrse: for the course. death of the owner. TELKGKAPII.
with I Ih" winners. I In other action:

''''''IC111": I <- smctl S.8U1 I Ko>'iil Cnmil liollli'. I caps to t will that amount was put In to I ---
supplement salary of the
|his! IdKe anil, .I/oil Nrll, .siiM'il,I I..1I3. Thc I l\u.> run uuaylth I \

I lie lilki-H, 1",1..1"U'" ; "cM'ii ..1....... t lit, I tlu-ni... county Discussion librarian.took place over, Services HeldWednesday ?? C

two Items( in the budget! : '

Commissioner Zedra: : Ilim1 -' For
''requlicd,I to ivpurt. nml. nny 1 i iIncJ
Band RehearsalsTo i llton! : :tsked! about the 1.900' SECTION

...lu.Io'lIt'ho) -uulU\ like la( liy ease in the county Mrs. Johnson

Begin Tuesday out t for( Hit1 hltf1,1
explained that it was only a : .
Th Bradfoid Hijjh I i !! Si 11""J l 1 t Hcnc-ii-ils' will be helilti Services( wore IlI'ldVl'dne.- .
'"mi fl i in 'until noon.M.1,1111. I| $900 increase since the re- day. August 17. fi(ii' Mrs.! Florence -
Band will begin lehe.n-als toi : tt,.- will, n.rl| Mniiln 'i| celpts of the office were up PI'P"'ott Johnson. KO of
the ,Doming wai, next, Tue.dm the budget Zl.> T vorilzt or li-ss. ., one Insertion !Memorials. Resolutions! etc. DUpluy Ails. .In Classified Setloo
said -
the Kit I $1.000. Darby
< \ A'I:4' : to> < |p" I I: Wnldo who died. Sund IY in a

August 23 IiI1csvh' ..t.>, II 8 10 .1'i 'in fm'Oek's 1 is about the same as the Stnrko hospital.! (minimum charge) -------------- 1.00 Per word ______________________ ..03Cards ID1JSO\ Inc.b-fi..t. Insertion
and that the If not paid In advance! ________ 1.2.J per
All neba nd members) ai< i \\( i imp past five years j resident of Bradford --
life-long of Thank. : Up to 50 worditminimum ..
been reas-
judge has always County :\lt's.! Johnson Keyed, (coded, or blind iulniiiiliiiiim $1.23: Inch after nrnt InaerUwa.

onable. I Wilt born nt Brooker on October ( charge) ____________ 1.25 ( charge) ___________.__ -'4.00 per

HIGH' 1 t! ) 4ZXjI1I11UIJ Commissioner: George Roberts 21. 1885.! She was :a Kuril: additional, word o\er 20._____ .0:; Over 80 words: per word__________ .03
wanted a larger allocation -' member of the Heilbroin:

for the Recreation Springs Bapitst Church.
paitmi-n'" saying it :;' De-I I Survivors Include four Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS EVBl'RANCK/ : BE SURE TO SEE!: WORLO

1---- tremendous! job for everybody & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I AT REDUCED RATES :MOBILE HOME: BOOK before buying/ any
.TR FEDDERS ; I I daughters: Mrs. Pearl Nor- ''aIl\ the :Man From AUTO, FIRE BOATDOYLF. other
In the county not justIn man of Waldo, -Mrs. Gertie "K U YSTON E' 710 Lemon St. Palatkaj encyclopedia. M. A.
Star ke That was drop;?ed Rhodes of Tampa, Mrs. Ellen Furniture Repaired E. CONNERINSURANCE Must sacrifice 10 wide Payne your local representative -

JI :: I No Money Down when the ambulance cams!! )I I, Holcomb of Tarpon Springs George E. LaRue Upholstered & Kefinished I AGENCY Mobile Home located on since 1954. Box 626

Ii" I up. however. The county now and 'MIH. ;M.itlgu I'lunkett of Rny"tOIW Heights! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ,I tfchg North side of Lake Bedford Phone 964-C7M. tfcru

.s :' As Little As $10 Month, allocateJ $6.783 to the city j Fennville :Mich.: Consultant For All Your : Inner.sprinj* just off S.K. 100.

for recreation purposes. Services were from the Jon- Insurance NeedsKrpreHrntlnx: I This home is extra clean Myers Power Tool
\\ e Do Our Own Financing and Box, Springs MARY gARTERPAINTS
"The city has increased Its Memorial: Chapel in Starke Call and has several extras Area Headquarters For
I I>ro.> I 's A Card or
Powerful-will cool an enlirc apartment recreation budget! and we'vejstood : with Rev. Troy Johnson and Great American Ins. Co. I 1'ALATKA EA 5-9168 will finance for responsible La\vnmo\ver Power Toots
: : Ftill" Roberts said.Hamilton Rev. Charles. ll.irvcy officiat Th Travelers. Ins Co. I lEGGY SIIALLEK Can :5Iur'Culli' Chain Saws
wanted to use ing. 13m'inl1./ .. in I the I>,'" in MRS. person. Pump & Water System
.sliop or large office..even small I Tel 473- under direction of
$10.000 excess In the Road & Cemetery 473-4325 Kites BrlgK* to Stratton Engine.*
Bildue Fund to stockpile lime HeWltl r1 Jones Funeral II Starke, Agent Lois or Tate Powell Jr. Rentals Sales !Ser\lc'
y-Iiomc with ( air circulation I I Auto lire Home BusinessMonlhlv
adequate, rock. Darby said: the reserve Home of Starke.GoAhead. : I'ajment Plan ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line 230( N.K.: 16th Ave.

in the new ofPAINTS Galneavlll S76-S411
Sound .narrier hushes operating sounds, i Reserve was Includej built to order Machine work. No. 381Reduced I

holh 230 anti. 200 volts. budget: Given ONE STOP Boat, Motor and Pump repairs.Brown's ANDSUPPLIES Attractive 2 bed- tfcn4.
cooling Operates' on
power. "If you spend that $10.000left Rt. 1 home situated 4
Repair Shop room on acretract
-- and 3 bedroom
S .DeJiumidifics-removes up to 18 gallons of nater everyday over. I'll have to no( back On Plans ForAg MASONRY( SERVICE Box 363. Starke [Kingsley 2 acres tillable and 2 1 I houses Alao furnished and unfurnished -

Five-year warranty on entire hermetic system. over this..' budget and increasemiflage. \ U..ady11'1.: nil ..1/..'.. Con- Lake tfchg For All PurposesVINYL acres )pines. Fenced storage I apartments and duplex
!( '
Complex crate Itlui-k, .tell type Suiiil building Reduced to $7000 .
; ;
: 524 N.
Cherry St. Phone
S Exchanger. exhausts slI1ot.-l Ih.l ah Dual Flow "That's It," Darby contin, l'ri-4'iist. Lintels. Ever)thin" WANTED Rural acreage for quick sale. 9693325.

Weather "Wheel Two speeds: "Washable! gor tied If you changethis; I "o-.iheud. for pl.1I1an nei. .esMiiry. for concrete muHi Goo.t location for homes. Nu.' 424ICingalcy tfehgHAY
without taxes i you'll> \ Buforrt Mitchell P. O. BJX23H
i raUlnK> nry eonntriu'tlon. ", Lake lake front FOR SALK.\!: Phone 989-
suicidal: filler. have to take from CIne> thing J specifications for the- \\t. will meet any prler' on Ph.! 969-3281. tfchu Upholstering summer home 4 rooms, bath 3434. tfchg

unil.' (give to anther. county'* proposed, axrlcultuie all\ materialsMliin. Knul- large enl porch
We Do Our Own Financing at :MARRIED COUPLES WANTED Material :: b8:1: screen
I' The clerk explained that coinjilex to ba built forth CountyNI) MTIILI.lN'I'l Parent work. Bath and boat houses private SEE NORMAN H. WILLIS,
the fa'rKiounds' was given \ for Cottage I SOUTHSIDE U O D 0 E IN
.flST.Zflfl hn.s 'been pliicc-d In DUALITY.HRADFOKI dock. Call\ for terms and
Will also take
Dingle Values To
persons.Minimum $10.00 I
( l'llt aeorwe Hug- JACKSONVILLE
WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. the courthouse reserve fund County A': education 10th FOR THE
to pity off the courthouse gins at H special meeting of ) grade. price.STROUT BEST NEW CAR TRADE
$113.000) will bettzisrtrreti the County Commlislon NCINEEKINO; ; ;; ( CO. Age 21-54. Stnte Retirement.Social $3 YARD REALTY ANYWHERE. LET'S TRADE!
bond Issue
2.11. N. TK.MPLK;: ; ,1MIONK,,() %t; 1-OC.TI; Tuesday night I Security. 2 weeks paid 2117 N. Temple Ave. "YOUR WAY.Uchg 8/19
: to the (jeneralIT'S I'h. !ti.2.2l>( | ; Sfarke vacation wick leave benefits., (IV. S. 3011]

:::_. -_.:.===__-r= _: r.. : r. :- sion HUll the;ins 40 told x 120 the commls-I COME( ; : JUT TO TUB] OLD Shifts run from 6:30: am. to1 I KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE I Phony 969-3191. Starke 1.000( DIXIE: PAPER CUPS
:= hIbOl'ho'd" Trading Post and browse a- 2:30: p.m.; 2:30: p.m. to 10:30: for sale. Write or call V. Q [ and dispenser. 0 value --
nel KOR
ture will cost "in the and FALL[
10:30 to 6:30
round.! You will find bargains p.m. : p.m. : :McCoy Jr., P. O. Drawer 1148 ADULT CLASSES: clowj-out, $4.50. Bradford
of 60000. Starting
c o/l't afford to miss in a.m. general married couples 376-7290. Oalnes- : County Telegraph. tf
I' you or phone date
"We hupe to have It well work on same shift. Please September 6. Courses to
general run of furniture,, elec- vllle. Fla. tfchf
undeiway by the end of Ull'yeal' I run 18 weeks each, Mondays
tric contact( Personnel Office Sun- FOR SALE: 1957: Ford good
ILLEGALFor he .iid Tuesday nlJht.1: appliances sinks water land I through Thursdays. Write LaI I II aeuond
i Training Center, Gaines car or fishing caCall
pumps, wash pots, tools, radios SINfiKK; I).I.L0MTICCONSOLK : cal Director. Drawer 100
The complex: will have a ville. 4U-hg 8'4 98I-H085 after 5:30: or 964-
refrigerators, hubcap, ; MODEL Sewing I Starke Fla. 32091 IndicatingCOlli.
kttchfii. auditorium u reception bouts, also metal roofing, lumber ALL TYPES of lawn mowers Machine.Iu..t; place in your .'....* wanted. 6tchg 9/1' daily. chgWILL

.loom plus offices for windows, just about any- anti saws machine sharpened. area. A-I shape. Zlg Zag.t, CARE FOR children. In
every afriii'ullure/ olflcial in thing: you are looking for. We buttonholes, designs I MAMA PRIEST: KINDERGARTEN [ I
I Calvin Johns 332: N. Water fancy home. Mrs. :04,
my RIchardson
Any Person or Persons to Engage in I the county. It will provlJefaimers : buy, sell and\ trade. 21',,, mIles I Ph. 9U4-1441. tfchg etc Sold new for over $300. has several open Ph. 9646733. 615 E, WashIngton -

v.Hh centralUed I not tli of Sturke on 301. Leon- I ;MUST SACRIFICE. Just. pay 'ings. Also day care available. St. 3tp 8/18

ervice.* one place they can nrd I and Ruby Orlffla.RKC3ISTKRKD I FOR RKNT: Lovely 2 story I balance $62, or assume $8 5t chg 9.1 8!

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless lind any: an official.! home of Kingsley Lake. 4 monthly pAyments Will take LABORERS WANTEDPer-
APARTMENT: for rent :
I [ : : PROFESSIONAL :< bedrooms Keystone
his bath. Available older machine in trade. Call manent position. All company
NURSES NIGHT DUTY Sept 1 to June 1. $175 per mo. Credit :Manager.:\ COLLECT. Heights AreaBrooklynBay. ben.eflt.tlnlmum::. starting
ONLY;; ((4-12 and 12-8)), 156: Single female school. teacher -
Call Gainesville FR 2-2793. Jacksonville 353-1946 anytime I rate $1.35 to $1.40 dependingon
Die Name Is I bed or Bedroom Kit-
rouple. ,
Registered general hospital for mentally -
51'hg8 '25 Will deliver. No obll a-1: ability.\ Ages 18 to 45. Ap-
l2Wides. : retarded Residents, all chen-Living room, both central
tlon. 2tchg 8/11 ply Southern Wood PreservingCo.
i Imu-al areas except obstet- ,, FOR SALE 3 bedroom CB heat. Call Keystone 473-
I .. Baldwin, Fto. 8 a.om. to
house with Plnehuven 3056. 3t.'hg 8-25:
ru-a Starting salary $380 carport.
WILL CARE FOR CHILD in 430: p.m. 2tchg 8/18
MadeFor ,
This Florida Law
monthly. 40 hour WMk, six Subdivision. Small equity and '
my home. :Mrs. Jackie Hicks. SHETLAND PONY Prod II C.
Florida l.h ing paid Holidays, 12 days paid low monthly payments. Telephone
624 N. Church St. Phone 964- ductlon Sale I Sipprell's DAYLILIES[ : Named varieties.
I Annual Leave accumulativeSick day 964-5151: : night
6821. Itp Farm Florahome all colored,, 25c and up. Unnamed -
(;et :More Highway
Leave meals and laun- 964-6001. 4tp 818 I I
lOc each. 203
YOU 1 100 between Starke and Pa- Christ
"Ti t shall be unlawful for any person or persona, aa defined hernia to. \ For Your $ $ dry Insurance optional payroll at minimum deductible cost, : FOR SALE 300 gal. fuel and I I, REGISTER NOW FOR FALL I I' Intka. Saturday August. 20 at ian St. Phone 86433542tp

in business herein defined under fictitious herein de- storage tank $35: Boat ADULT CLASSES. Starting I, 2 p.m. 2tp 8,18 8/18
engage a.s a name as i No: Salaried I or Commissioned !State! Retirement and Social ; marine date September 6. Courses to |

fin !d. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the I KmplojeesJ I Security benefits., Apply to DIrector has plywood hardwood frame. run! 18 weeks eachtonda's' FOR RENT2 bedroom fur FOR SALE: Deluxe model '56
lights for night fishing
of buaineaa of Nurses, Sunland Write Local nished house: also 3 bedroom Ford automatic power steering -
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place i $45: all in A-I condition. Ph. through Thursdays. I
DAD & UU.l.AUSKS) Training Center Hospital, P. 100 unfurnished house. Within good condition. 203
Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an G. 969-1752.: Ned, Coleman. Grlffls I Director Drawer easy
LIKE; TO WOUK! O. Box" 115O: GainesvIlle Flor- Starke. Fin. 32091 Indicating walking distance to( shopping St. Ph. 964-3354.

flrlavit sgnd! ; by all interested persons stating under oath the names ofLll idit. I tone 376-5381. 4tp 811' Loop. 4tp 8 25 courses wanted. 6tchg 9/1 center. Call f)64-2S21.) tfchg. j i 2tp' 8/18

thtMe interested in the busnews!' enterprise the extent of the Interest YOU Benefit! FOR SALK OR RKNT with FOR SALE 1960 Be1Airi I i I\ MOTHERSdoes your budget FOR SALE -- Wizard Air-

of each, and the fictitious name under which said business la carriedon. option! to buy. 3 bedroom CB (hey red. 2 door. HT. AT. WAITRESS WANTED apply fall short of your needs Conditioner 18.000 B.T.U.

AllSi/eson Display, how...,. screened porch, fenced' WW. R&H Excellent con- in person at Garden Restaurant You can earn that extra Income $298.90 originally. will take
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto 8-10-12 Wides hack va rd. hardwood, floors. dition. $600 cash. Call :533- : tfchg by working a few hours $112. Ph. 964-7361. Bush

engage in business!' under a fictitious! name shall have advertised hla or 1372 niandlng St. Pay owner 2764 2to 8 11 a day representing Avon Cosmetics Gulf A U-Haul N. Temple!
I II. ILithsI
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four I and : small equity and assume $60 I SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME : FOR SALE-. :3 I room houseon In your spare time. We Ave. 2tp 8 25

((4)) consecutive!' weeks In some newspaper as defined by law in the county Expandable-:) James monthly C. Sau-Hlers payment., 2201 Contact Hull 9.8 year old national lot approximately 100'x180.on train you. Write Mrs. Ovid.iSweat FOR RENT- 1 bedroom unfurnished -
advertised N. Orange St. S..e11': ''. O. P. O. Box 687. Live
where said registration Is to be made, and mid registration ahaD not be New and Used Rd Kmston, N. C. Phone 523- In Starke.concern No Investment has openIng C. Geiger :501 N. Orange. ,. St Oak Fla.Housing Phone 964-3851.&house on Park Place.Itchg.

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ./ :I"13._tfehgVARI.BLE necessary Write C. R. Ruble. I 2tp 8'18' Shortage In Starke:

8-Yr. f financing inail.ible TREAD AL.IGNKR [ Watkins Products. Inc Dept.
uch publication. Let me help with a 7 room PIANO for sale--good condition !-
-H- : Our variable tread Vis- 8-2 P. O. Box No. 2447, ".Mem.phis A. C. SLADE licensed plumb-
house for $8,500; a 2 bedroom i upright $75. MargieDowllng
Use; Our Uentall'ur---? MiiliiK" i will handle all types Tenn. 38102 I er cabinet maker. Baker frame house on paved high- 342& S. Walnut Itp

chase. Plan I'avments of i u < -- from sports cars to 2tp 818 9'1 ;I Bradford and Clay County : for $6. oo 3 bedroom I
If in business under : way ; a I
are engaged name Phone 289-4491. tfchg :
you any thr w wide-track mode's I
Per'Iont house for $6,800 3 bedroom
Under $30 : h ... 627 N. Walnut !StreetThree I : USED LUMBER -Like new
\\ set the for I
mply runways
house $10,23O: 2 bedroom fur
bed l ;
-- \i>,,ii', ,ir and. you drive. ,111.1 room frame dwellIng I FURNISHED APARTMENTfor : : '' 1x6 Sheeting $60 per thousand -
house 3
and have had this for rent. Adults preferredno nished $9.000; bed- 2x6 2x8 3x8 3x10 all
than ; ,
other not Thru John Bean "EeaflfLIL1It" I
your own, name the pets. $60 00 per month. rent, 400 S.Vateor St. Ph. room 2 bath house $17,000; or :I long lengths $60 per thous-

NOW' ) accuracy that has J. Thomas. Realtor Tel A'I: 964-7692. 4tchg 9:1 a 30 acre farm with 3 bedroom I and. Sunday Sale. We deliver.

and will be to m.,&',. .. Vlaualiner See famous for goes S701. :I house $20,000. Now Is 5133 Edwards St. off 2300 N.
advertised registered M.' k for< you. yourself -
properly \we SINGER AI'TOM.TlCCONSOLE the time to buy, tomorrow I Edgewood Jacksonville, Fla.
.me In for a free aligniiiint Enjoy Truly Outdoor Living
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE : :\10111':1.': may be too late. A. J. Thomas, I Itp
,'heck anytime FIREWi CUSTOM: SCREEN Sewing machine Zlg Zags, Realtor Tel. 964-5701.:
all Information ( );\; '.:. I ENCLOSURESFrom Mind !
to stitches buttonholes,
glad to give as
you necessary FOR RENT-2 bedroom furn- YOUNG PARTLY TRAINED
Full Lake Privileges: decorates etc. Original price, I
Wii ,
i ne the 'bugs': sports cars GAINESVILLE: AWNING ished newly decorated house Deed hounds for sale. Merrill
": $300. Has n balance of SRI! '
Homestead I
Exempt inipiii' i, big ones or little ones. CO.You'll June 15 Griffin. Phone 964-3734, Grif-
from Sept. 1 to on
.. ..,. Inex- I or reliable party In this area,
should do.BRADFORD FinancingLake \ Fust
what you pinaccurate Kht pays Expertly,get. fine Quality Installed Screening. and- ran assume $2. weekly payI Berwe.Klngsley Lake near store. lIp H. lIe Loop. Itclvg-

i O1l'nts.VIII older
v ,MI" > extra tire mileage toH Fully r.uanl teed and at take mn- I I
Geneva wheels balanced at chine in trade. Phone Collect OFFICE SPACE for rent or
1 i i'our
KIJ.i I Jacksonville 353-1043. Ask. for FOR SALE1954: Chevrolet i lease Davis Hotel Bldg. New. '
Call :376-8888 today tf
credit manager. Will deliverno 14 ft. boat; play pen; electric ly renovated and ready for

Trailer SalesOn gal .Y Come home. Iion't) 'FOR SALE 19B5\ ;Manatee[ I obligation. 2tchg 8/26 'heater; pair table lamps; car occupancy Reasonable Call

.'. about bad brakes. I'vei House Trailer. :B8xl2 very .i; top carried with canvas cover., I 964-5391. 4tchg 9/8

f COUNTY TELEGRAPH Kout. I DO) One :Mile SE i hem fixed by experts at clean air condition and furnished FOR RENT Mobile Home I Phone 941474:1Itch&: & ,

Kr>'.tnno. llrljrhtu !fI I'' .STONE. They line pre- washing machine I 2 bedroom, 1'4 bath air conditioned ,.1 t FOR SALE Truck 1% ton f

Open Sun. & Evening; i John Bean-B.irrett: e- Term Can be seen on Bexsent on Lake Brooklyn, FOR RENT Furnished brick Chevrolet. Van body rebuilt :

I I tent' and they have really Rd. Write Mary H. Powell, Kevstona Heights.. Phone 389,8175 home. Lake frontage. Kings- engine, good tires. $795.0O .

r ,- ."'" -r.--.r.: -=::" *1. i us a good 'brake." Box 23, Starke Flu. 2tchg 8 23 or 389-0609. Itp ley Lake. Phone 9691191. ltp WJUtenack, 964-0173. Itpr.r.F. :

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SWEATERS $ REG2.99: 2 FOR$5 > sF, .

$8.99 VALUE \\ 4 PRS. 1% )Ivy or.. regular styling On. and two pocket' _a a
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f CMH&tCI ; r \ironlngl 50% cot. es4'
Lovely cardigan styles in new frosted '' ,, ton. Trim ivy styling; black ; ;
tones. Popcorn stitching:; em unous\ 'laden navy or beige. 29 to 42.
broidery trims. Sizes S, M. L. I S>t'.fA i t S s "

$ ;. Men No-Iron ShirtsREG.
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Slim Jims
8 Ladies Fall Dresses

,;' i Regular 2.99 CARP'S OWN FAMOUS BRAND* s-T>*j. REG. 8.99 TO 10.99
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I For $
2 < $500Stretch
denim a blend of 75% Flft $ ) ti, z n
cotton, 25% textured nylon. Sanford SHIRTS 3 FOR 220 SKNIT
ized, machine washable. Sizes!!! 8 REO. 3 FOR 2.45 JS rQtt"ft*
to 18. Vry39f
BRIEFS 3 FOR 180 O//,, 1 ,
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REG. 3 FOR 2.05 ,
Florida Gators Jr. Boys NoIronTROUSERS I f **fe ?&ft titer .
SWEAT SHIRTS REO. 3 FOR 1.65 ft **4'j:$" 8tyln ,
Sizes 2-7 t
Heavyweight Cotton Broadcloth Shorts "P'y f t C'nlorttComplfle S4.
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Reg. 2.99 Perfect For School REG. 3 FOR 2.35 fftsttft! ''
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tricot. Whit* and colon. FOR
Shoes Crew Socks KNIT BRIEFS 3 FOR 120 {r2-:t"* Sizes 5 to 10.
REG. 3 FOR 1.45 S ?0Sra' '* ,
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Nylon stretch, cotton stretch ?. BOYS' LONG SLEEVE
Special & Banlori. White and color
Entire Stock Reg of 3.99 Sizes 9'/2-3' One'size fits 5 to 11 Women's Shift Gowns Tier Curtain Sets ] SPORT SHIRTS

$3 33 Acetate tricot) embroidered( 1 Tier curtain with matching T '\ 1i OUR REG.
and lace trims. Pastel and valance. 80" wide; longto 3 $5
the> pair. Machine wash FOR...
high shades. Sizes( M and L able; permanent finish. / ,.99 : (

Tots' Training Pants .-- '. \ Brand new fall slyfes wovxi plaids,
BACK TO SCHOOL .6. FOAM PILLOWS ....,'I .t'1.\ solids and fancies. Regular or button
y down collar. Sizes 8 to 13.
REG. 204
SPECIAL FOR BOYS '.' $ ,:.,, "
Pair 00 !
J 100 N t"
3. $5. % cotton with Reg. 3.99
; ble thick crotch. ..fm 1 rt.: BOYS' NOIRONContinental
SIX SHOOTER JEANS forced cotton ribbed Plump pillow.! ,mildew full/ size proof foam. '"- 04$3, ?\.. :
Kejf. 1.99 bands Sizes O to 6. nan-ollergenie.! Zipper cover. Slacks k .
13 J4 Oz. Heavy Denim. In Slim and Regulars, 6-16 \

Morpul Anklets AREA RUG SIt.\,, :,, z-0REG. 3.59 $

Come Early Bring The Entire Fam"y---Frec 100% combed C 0" ; Thick( deep pile! withnonslcid S.99 VALUE -j waistband.Heavy Ilt/ Black, laden; continental, beige_ 3

Balloon and Lollypops. No Parking Problems. to nonrav.l'top.11. Buy Sizes now 8 on3 PRS.$1 multi-colors.( /.back. Machinewaihable. Vibrant $4 I. or burgundy. Sizes 8 to 18. .

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.c) !:" ..:, ...: ''' .. :::-.: :" '_ during the hot days ahead. mildew. If this disease showsup CARD OF THANKS memory)Such thoughtfulness kindnesses and can THE RIGHT POINT for the
It you are hunting for the apply either a sulfur dustor The kindness and sympathy neighborly way you write. Come, In and
NEWS And NOTESr; odd. and unusual plant the a neutral copper spray. of neighbors and friends In never be forgotten.-Mr. and select your favorite ESTF.R.I .
varieties that present contrasting Mrs. James )E.!: Crawford and
For more blossoms pinch recent will always UROOK fountain pen. TELl!:
weeeeeeeee For Today's HomemakersBy 4 colors such as the out the bud of each zinnia our sorrow family. I GRAPH.Bodcockb .
precious I I I I
a Peppermint Stick and the plant just before you think; remain with us as a 1

Martha Sue McCain Ortha Polka The Dark Jewel the plant Is about to- set a
will produce a flower with .single flower bud, This may
County Extension twisted and spiky petals delay flowering a few days '
Home Economics Agent Dahlia Flowered, California but It will cause the plant r
gpwT" rr'' Giant and Super Giant are to send up two, or more Manufacturers Special Purchase '
'I eye-catching zinnias with flowers and add a massive I
BUYING MEATDo 2. Rely on government mammouth size. blossoms. bank of blossoms rather than t Ir I
you have misgivings grades and packer grAdes Zlnniast are easy to grow. a single color head. I
PtCKF.KS! The main essentials are! hot
\ when you approach a meat IJNPUCKER1NG Finally for fanciest cut,
counter? Surveys show that One of the reasons for a weather and sunshine. So, flowers you have ever seen,
many homemakers do. Some puckered seam when sewliw select a sunny spot for the try covering some of your rl?..
are overwhelmed" by the a- is the stitch Is too long for flower bed. Next loosen the plants with cheesecloth! before J
bundance and variety of meats the fabric. For most fabrics, toll with a spade to H depth the first flowers are I 5.1

they see.! Some want to serve you will find a 12 stitch of 12 inches or more. Duringthe ready to open The filtered I I
their family praisewinningmeat length Just right. A 12 stitch process be sure to remove ]light, and protection, from Insects -I
from the i
invading tree roots
dishes, but are unsureon length means 12 stitches In make flowers of super
-,:.." -- _. how to go about it. one Inch. For light weight bed site. These intruders will giant size, clear color and I
""" "" "" "-"" -- rob-
--- give grief later by '
Although the homemakermay fabrics use a 15 stitch length; you superb quality 3b&1 f.t
be unsure of her meat for heavy fabrics, a 10 stitch bing the flowers of plant From the Nation's Best ;
buying abilities, she can have tength., And for sewing ma- food and water, plus stunting RJE Instructor 1 1 1'I

VAN H. PRIEST CO. confidence in the meat she chine basting, use a 6 stitch growth. I Manufacturer '
i buys. The high standards for length. You'll) find that bed-site After clearing debris sprinkle away the the Train. In Adult bi1

1, meat which exist In the United shorter stitches hold better amountof Basic Education Our Buyers Searched the Market for t
area with a generous
and last longer Oood clothesare i.I i..
I States are the result of many Value Sow
I Mix Chair
Is ready for Back to School with every efforts. stitched with shorter commercial fertilizer. Mrs Elizabeth Walker: a These Sensational e
the plant food Into the soil I I Your Choice
herds constantly stitches than inexpensive teacher at I $5 l. $10 o
are education
Today's 1
and rake the bed smooth be- tatxlawsu
thing that you will need. PRIEST sells being upgraded, breed clothes. So next time a fore RJE High; School, Is attend-: '
better qualty beef. This friend shows you her new seeding. ing the Southern Teacher 10aes ,
only FIRST QUALITY merchandise, I means animals that Rain dress, ask to count the stitches than Plant the seed and no don't more Training Institute for MODERN SCOOP CHAIR : we .; rMARTSPOTCHAIR

our, NOTE book fillers are the finest, weight rapidly, have a high before you admire PROPERLYThe it. I firm the 1-8-lnch soil too deep much. In Adult Baste Education underway :;:. :",
proportion of lean to fat and STORE FOODS now at Florida State 1'
smooth and made for ink not the rough and the flavor quality of food you fact you can pack the earth with teachers
bone produce with the light spray from the University Your Choice .r ; t
than ')
and tenderness consumers desire serve can be no better garden hose. from, six southern states par-I .J) ..
scratchy type found in some that is of- Meat companies have the quality you buy But It ticipating.The I
aided hog producers In the can be a lot worse, if you fall! In warm soil zinnia /leedgermlna.te 1 I $1O9'r.
fered. program, Is aimed at a .
within a few days '
to handle and store it prop
breeding of lean, trim hogs .
and easily Identifiable "mas attack on adult 'iJ
produce an
which yield a greater propor- 'COO*CHANI
erly.Here according to Sam {
that most like a
seedling: I
tion of lean cuts are a few guide lines A' fl.i1I COLORS t
Hand director of continuing r
for storage of food: ly outgrow: the weeds. However DOWN of Avocod
Inspection; laws guaranteethe Florida'sDepartment $1.00
education at FSU.
mm for fastest flower growthbe
shopper wholesome meat Refrigerate eggs in the or- of Education 1s DELIVERS Block
sure to pull out the weed i .
processed( under sanitary conditions iginal container or some assisting In conducting the1'' :1 Gold .
promptly! they are a hog
a"* .
other covered container Uncovered Ivory
for water and plant trod Institute, supported by a i
Plastic Canvass .
or Science and modern technology eggs lose moisture grant of $96.000 from National .- !, hvaetm.aTh
all contribute to the through their porous shells., When zinnia needling sendforth University Extension'
I I' their first true leaves, :
quality picture. UniformityIn Citrus fruits, pineapples. thin them to stand 8 to 10 Association In Washingtonto d1
raw materials time and and melons actually have pay expenses of participants -
Inches! apart for the small
I temperature are maintainedIn better keeping! quality when and instructors. S.
flowered varieties and a full
meat processing plants with left out of the refrigerator. pw. ]
18 Inches for the giants.: Delayed .
the hep of Improved method at room temperature." Confined
thinning will result in Dyal
t full of other need such as! thick filler, and machines. There have Store potatoes carefully Ina stunted; growth and few flow-
been more advances in sau cool dark, wellventilatedplace. With InjuriesDavid
dictionary, pencil .pouch, paper clip, etc.
sage-making<<: equipment for In a warm place pota- ers.To overcome the horrors of NO FUSS NO MOTHER-NO RED TAPE WE; FINANCE
in the last five Is still confine:
example. years toes shrivel and sprout. In a Dyal
A $2.47 than in the previous fifty cold place, the starch In potatoes wasting the plants that are i to Bradford County Hospital OUR OWN ACCOUNTS.
There are new means of turns to sugar. thinned try planting the as a. result of an accident on

Value i.29. equipping: refrigerator railroad Place salad dressings In only seeds on about half twice of the too seedbed thick 'I July 31, in which he suffered W. S. BADCOCK FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

For Only . cars and trucks which the refrigerator unlessthey're and the thinned muHlple fractures and cuts
}permit constant temperatureswith transplant Lt. Thomas Dyal of Dayton ASSOCIATE STORE
used within a few plants to fill the entire bed.I I I I
a minimum of mechanical days. Once opened, jams jellies This Is a good garden psychol) Ohio: spent several days with
servicing. and peanut butter keep ogy.!! Often the transplants his parents Mr and MIS.Nate 128 S. Walnut St. M. N. (Hud) Yawn, Owner Phone 961.2111 i iI
Setting up 1-2-3 guides to best in the refrigerator.,. thrive better and produce I Dyal. following his brother's
For Back to School visit PRIEST'S and meats is no easy job, especially There no danger of food flowers quicker than the undisturbed I Injury '
since homemakers' pre- being/ unsafe to eat when it seedlings.If I I
get all your needs just like you have ferences vary. It may be difficult is kept in a refrigerator witha you can't bring yourselfto J
for the homemaker to temperature of 42 degreesFahrenheit
been doing for about FORTY years. judge\ the quality of meats by or below, because thinning then It Is likely
the plants will grow: spindly- ,
looking at It, so The County food poisoning bacteria can't I
tall and will fall over when
t Extension Home Economics grow at these temperaturex.

VAN H. PRIEST' GO. Office simple) offer rules the at a following guide\ to blossom decked out If you with find a :!giant-size yourself ;I ,
f In thlllt-
the eating quality of meat. ;
.. .. I I. Shop at a reputably let's the plants something to lean,.:
"-. ." .-, '-- t store I GoGardening upon. Green twine attached', '
to green stakes and strung l'
two-thirds the height of the)I

plants will help the flowering
\ plants to stand up and wave
Denmark's Outstanding Bedroom Buy their blossoms skywards. I
By Hervey Sharpe, Editor the twine so as to space'l' HEADQUARTERS

Of The Year Florida Agricultural Extension inch squares. If you have on
r ServiceBy ly a few spindly plants per-
haps It will be easier to stake
each plant and omit the maze
Modern lIervey Sharpe of string

( -t-lV. Bedroom Suite Florid.gricultural Service Extension afternoon.Inspect the If zinnia there bed U each the i

Try the trusty zinnia If slightest sign 'of I
deliberately designed for young moderns with more good taste than money you have run the gamut of leaves flood the soil drooping wetting i a C f
[ the alphabet flower wise,
It well below the last root RULERS i
Choice of 2 Beautiful Finishes ftnM Prtiitr TOttn MIme These giant long-lasting: of the plants Don't sprinkle I '
flowers are sure to add brilliant leaves of the plant because: PENCILSEach ,
ITALIAN WALNUT CWrt. mt Bo4a* M I color to your garden you are Inviting trouble from '

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1 each must Water! Flab, Commiselou..r,0Box
and group
*RCnAY. At'O. IL 19": of UM people Lake City. Applicantsnot
which -person on the material part I Special BjearHunts obtain a $50 hunt permit. 908
will be sadly missed by her children of Daytona are visiting How To ProveRetirement sources can establish by his dAte of form make It Invalid.", writeto >': All hunters must POHCM a drawn will have check*rt-
in Clay Hill more For a flat' of proofs lloen.se Game turned
few day. of those valid hunting
friends, neighbors, and SenIor with a Ella. Age birth. available some aa Federaland 1 the Gainesville Social Se- (In Oaceol)a Forest Commission l personnel will Thespecial bear hunt season -

, SENIOR Citizen Club members Mr. and :Mrs Horace Whitehead Benefits readily census!! records curity Office P Q. BOJ S 42,, : supervise, and accompany will be open only In the
CITIZENS President Rowland Catu and family enjoyed an For County registration\ records, I Gainesville\ FU and request Hunters wlJ hl,g to paitlcl- hunting pel'ties. Osceola National Forest, and

and Vice President Elva outing at Kingsley' Beach last Falluie to prove letlirment voting recoicU. employer files, "Iivitructions on Required pale In sped i I bear hunts In A drawing will be held at hunts will be confined wit en
Scott are on vacation In Tuesday. 1s one of the reasons for school birth registrations, Proofs," "If you\ are not certain Osceola Natl fr nal Forest must the Lake City office at 11 aan the boundrios of this area.
[is. Rose Halsall, 73, died Massachusetts, Alex Morton Mr Baxter of Green Cove age having to disnllow claims for child!'en a I licenses and old insurance as to whether the document send their jar 4 plications to the on August 29. to determine Regular bear hunting season
asday, August 11, In is visiting his daughter, Springs visited ''Mr and Mrs old-age: benefits, according to maiiM-e:: Other proofs you have Is acceptable,, Lake City'oft Ice of the Game hunt parties and dates! Each In the northeast region begins
,dford County Hospital Helen In Cleveland Ohio. II, Horace Whitehead in Maxvllle John W. Spann Jr. managerof Policies}World War 1 diaftlegUtritlon bring/ It to our office.: We and Fresh Vjater Pish\ Commission applicant who Is drawn for a November 12, concluded
, had Just returned Horn C, Driscoll will return to and attended Church Sundayat the Gainesville Social Security Include records, militarydlscharec shall be glad! to advise you," priori' to 11 a m., August hunt matt form his own hunt- Copeland.
Heights, from Clay Hill Baptist. advance ( said 1n conclusion, 211, a.cccU'dlng to W. may
nonth's vacation in Wls- Keystone Pad- Office "Proper papers, passports Spann but party. Applications
Rhode Island, mauled: in Mr. and Mrs, Dawson he said "would !: 'illza- Copeland, C a mmlsslon Chair- and must
,sln and New Jersey tMjddleburg attended preparation! immigration"' and natu : .' be made by letter THE RIGHT POINT f.* the
.esc was charter: mem- September gett church' of at Clay Hill BaptistSuivlay help to reduce this problem"Records tlon files and labor union TIlE RIGHT POINT for the man.There will I ire 14 three dayhunts state the applicant's name and way you write. Cons l. wad
. of the Senior Citizens Senior Citizens wish Mrs. night. made shortly after' I'el'ol'd! way you write. Com In antI) beninr4in September! 19 address and be accompaniedby soelect jour' r..I. ESTERIVRfOK .-
Ib and functioned on the Rita Mercer and husband birth are the best evidence of "Poiunients) must have bon' select yoiur faiorlt E tT111R- I through November a check to cover cost of fountain .-.. TEU-
cutlve Boaid She was a I Albeit. lots of luck In their .. age This includes\ birth and I out." Spiuin said, "sev- BROOK ountala pen.' TKLR- and contlnu nit hunt will be permit Applications should be '
uutje \ 'reh GRAPH.
lunch advocate of Medie mw lobs and! home in Miami Don't WaiteGood baptismal certificates, Pamilv -\ eial years: or more ago to be 4iK.\PH. limited 5 to E riot;. more than 17 sent to the Game and Fresh:

and was an efficient MoneyOn Bible, and hospital rec-. of much value. Any changes . d dependable uoiker Next meeting of the Club orda. There are many other U II I
in 192.) she migrated from will be held Tuesday. August/: Fake Cures ,

eat Britain to the United 23, at the Recreation Centeron for\ -
,ites! where she and her Pratt Street Refresh- There's no known cure '
sband. Bob resided and ments will be served such diseases as diabetes of
rked in New Jersey advanced forms ,
After retirement they came GLEN RITCII BUYS cancer and leukemia -who

Starke In 1953, and ICKC.ISTKKEI: : ANGUS watch out for anyone
ught their home on West- claims differently, warns the \
> I Glen Rltfh, Stnrke, recentlypurchase State Board of Health, I
ireland StuetFuneinl "
*! six registered An- now and then,
held "Every
l DeWitt services C. Jones Chapeld gus cow And an Abel'deen- says Or Clarence M. Sharpassistant ,
Angus bull from Clarence state health officer, GUIDE
. Mrs IGtl all was
Crosby Cemetery besider Hill, High Springs Florida. "someone will complain abouta SHOPP'ERrS
of course we :
died 'quack'
<1' December husband 1958 Bob WILLIS SIIF.RWOOD BUYS Investigate because Uie\ lawchal'ges I
Her sister Mrs. Sal Gar- REGISTERED ANGUS the board with I .
this respect 1.
"y. and niece. Barbara, Willis Sherwood Starke, recently statutes in (
,me from New Jersey todice purchased 40 head of Some have been ar- ,' ,;
care of arianarements, registered Angus cattle fromJ rested and prosecuted, Some
We all loved Rose and she B. White Starke. are such borderline cases
there in insufficient evidence Nl
a. .
r.VVVVyVVVVyVV.v.mvCLAY. \ to bring them Into t f ;

FLORIDATHEATRE \ HILlBy court"Piobably the worst resultof Is { FaraPrI... sS.. t t'" t b
dealing with a phony
\ Mr. Howard Fadcett the time wasted before seeing "' k+
Asidefrom I :;
Phone 289-1132 a trained physician. rnii: iJfi

VFFtvvvvvvvt. vvvwvvty7. throwing away your I ....
time may
wasted .
money this \ >{, : ,'
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Weekdays! "
Showtime- \ ,
The Clay Hill Baptist be very valuable in controlling 1" .
guftday 3:00. Saturday 1 Church is happy to announce the disease and prolonging \ ,
,that Rev.. James Saunders was life. 1A k.ti ,
THURS., FKI.. SAT. called back to the church for rule to be suspicious '
August 18. 19 20Jouble another year. Also, we are "It's a of good anybody who guar- I : t5 y' '.1 .i Especially jiilored Traditional Ivy For You To Wear For Any

glad that the new pews are uses testimonials Like To Stay
antees a cure; Casual. If You
Feature School-or
arriving Friday and the floors a secret machine or mysterious Occasion Teresa Up -
have already ,been painted medicine; and If he)I They're Washable) Get Fara-
YouVeneverfiearxJ roster'beatsOC"seenwlderfunl The Lord has richly blessed surgery or drugs to'1 ; Neater Witty Less Care' ( ,
/ I us in a wonderful wayVe more claims harm than good, You [ Y' ; :! Permanent Pressed Slacks In This Season's Best Colors.
to that 86\ were Press
are happy say
than throw i iaway }
MGM I II can do worse )I '
present Sunday
; healthletting
HCIMISH8RMiIS your money ;
Hill Holiness has cal- I
I Clay
such a person treat 12 Slims and Regulars
led Rev. Cole from Jacksonville I LT. OLIVE+ Boys Sizes 6 to

M" for a year. Church eer- you. You" can throwaway It ., ; OLIVK, 25"' to 32 $6
life. DK.
vices are as scheduled: Sunday your tea 'l Preps .
I School, 10 a.m.; Evening / CHARCOAI
y 6.50
., In Area .4 Huskies'! : Waist 26" to 36"
. 1Rv Worship, 7-30.: ; and UL.B. Seven NAVY
I Friday night at 7:30. Earn DegreesAt t r' : ,
'... .."'." \ HOUSE'Mrs.' Ruby SHOWER Mosley and Mat- UniversitySeven 3 y; t .;uJ.. ;fl, IVY BEIG B Men's Sizes

:.....VIS> .0.I tie Belle Austin enteitainedIn I : a '.
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IIOC \: ;
"" \ of Alls Moslovwith candidates
: the home I area 30-12
; 't WAISTS: $748
a house shower honoring degrees when' the :
I of Max- the University LENGTHS: 29-31
Plus II Miss Linda Thomas \ spring trimester at ?' r r
I vllle, Friday night Aug. 12. of Florida closed August '
Games were played and! piiz- 12. They will\ be honored .. I
es awarded to Mrs.: Annette. at annual commencement cer-
FEItUNIavNE Norman and Mrs. Howard emonies next April. \
MUSKY M5NSFIELOw Padgett After the honoree and their
coLo2e tw her lovely gifts. Degree I IStal'ke h BOYSWESTERN
I opened many hometowns' are: A y 3r. O ar MEN'S .
1 punch and cuke were servedto : Raymond D. Ste-1 1 JEANS
I about SO guests. '' ;
fanelll, Master of Fine Arts SPORT SHIRTS I .1
PERSONALSRandolph Heights: William
Keystone DENIM
I Crosby of fang i LUE for .
Morgan, Bachelor of Science! 5.88

l >KJ-S -vll I Branch County Is a Hospital patient in Stirke.Bradford In Pharmacy, Bachelor: Michael of Build S.Refrearn .,' Reg. ft. ; 13 WHEAT 3-4 OZ. 3

We wish\ him a speedy ret'ov- ing construction. \ PLAIDS BOYSSPORT .

Cloy Wesley KelleyJr. t SOLIDS r
I William Par- Brooker: Jos. 2-99. SHIRTS
Mr and Mrs In I
i MJ9.l? rlxh and Fred Lung spent last ,. Bachelor Engineering of Science: Iris' e PAISLEY .. STYLES GALORE! .
tf weekend in Avon Park Judy Aero-Space of' HENLEYS r '

.I'and home Gary with them Parrlsh for two returned weeks. Christian Arts In Teaching.La num. Master \ 3 for 5.88

SUN. MON.: TUBS. Our deepest sympathy Roes; Melrose: Rosemary Baxa $5 $3.99 ,
23 Grlfrls Mm- Master of Physical
August 21, 22 out to the George Dancer SPECIALS'Reg.
Mrs Grlf- and Health: Robert
I fly in the death of Education SHOPPER
-I fls sister, Mrs Mary Brush of Andrew Kromer, Bachelor ofi I "

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At RosinBakedIrish an PotatoesFor exciting cook out I Attend Business 1966 Massey CollegeThree graduates of Reasoiialfr : flr Refused !

rosin experience- baked, try your potatoes.hand at enrolled Bradford at High Massey School Business are o :

Begin your adventure by College according to an announcement -I,
using the new Hastings, or by C. A. Bar-'
Sebago potatoes now fresh on ringer, president of the 73-'I I
the market. year-old Jacksonville school.:
Mrs. Essie Thompson Putnam Joan Libby daughter of' THURSDY FRIDAY SATURDAY
County Extenson home economist Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Libby, --
recommends this method Sr. of Starke is planning a'
for rosin baking potatoes to career as a medical secretary
perfection: '. I'
Melt six pounds of rosin In Melanie Koby daughter of, : .
a pot. It takes 30 minutes to Mr. and Mrs. Walter J .Kobyof A
., 9 ,
melt the roslni to a moderate Hampton, and Margaret' ? -- dew 1966 Fords Falcons
boiling action. Pots for cooking Ann Lovell, daughter of Mr.:
rosin and Mrs. O. Lovell of ,
potatoes are available L ... !
with rosin included, at hard- Starke are enrolled for com !.
ware stores. prehensive training in IBM '
With wide jawed tongs or accounting. a falrlanes Mustangs Trucks
a large drainage spoon.care- ,
fully place one potato at a Good Food Habits i,
time Into the
boiling rosin.
Do not overload. The level of Can Help Prevent ....... A ..._ N4. .:d JiI M. .
the boiling rosin should be ..
Overweight .
one and one half to two ., ... ... ,,,t ,,.,, ;,.,,;,...w .-,>
inches below the top rim of Good food habits learned In i .\ \, .., t'r",..' ..., / -" >, 'H. ".,...,.".,. 4
the pot to avoid }. '. ',.
boiling over. childhood will help to .J' ... l "' ''tIi( \ .
Cover the pot partially for vent overweight problems pre-I ,' t" .,: :' 4'W'': ',.
heat conservation. Sixty minutes ter. I ,.'4)0) : :'.. .: \'," ..
later the potatoes will be Homemakers can do muchto y.,:'",'.'. :y.; J i a
f '" \1f .
baked to absolute perfection. cut down on calories and ),. a
Remove one potato at a teach good eating habits, say
time. Place on foil. Wrap and nutritionists with the Florida I
twist ends. Cut out top. Serve Agricultural Extension Service. '
hot Immediately and you have Homemakers can'
one. of the true delicacies Not buy empty calorie EGfI
Allow the rosin to cool and foods such as candy soft .
solidify in the pot. It may be drinks, potato chips. Instead
re used indefinitely. they can provide snacks. that
furnish food value as well as
Jehovah WitnessesDue calories-cooked eggs cheese
crackers with cheese or peanut
In Miami Soon butter, peanuts fruits

'and____ vegetables., '.frillf.-.- Juices.
Leonard E. Wallace, overseer ice '
cream. -!
of the Starke congregation ofJehovah' 1 : '
Use seasonings and! herbs
!;! Witnesses! announces -
I instead of butter on veire-1 I
that Miami Beach
tables. .
will be the site of this summer's
Convention.ISessions ,I Bake broil, and boll foods '.
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Instead of frying them.
will be held in the
Remove fats from meats, a;
Miami Beach Convention,
Hall I I, gravies, and soups before

room congregation Wallace reservations advised to start now the,making as local an sauces serts Omit and, and whipped salads.dressings cream! on, des-rich I' GET YOURS WHILE SELECTION IS STILL '.,' 4 dlaa

attendance of 12.000 is expected Serve fruits ,
representing 35 states cream. without sugaror GREAT AND TRADE-INS STILL ..,
and six countries. .,
Uhe non-fat milk in the M"I .
the An convention outstanding will feature be staged of place of whole milk AT AN ALL TIME PEAK. t
"Forget" to mae desserts.
demonstrations of actual Biblical -
Or make more simple desserts,
!scenes portraying the
lives and ministry of real characters for example custards baked I
apple Instead of pIe and

Wallace said. frosted Serve cakes.plain bread and toast I I

Instead: of rolls biscuits. T'RWLUGAR! MOTORS
Get Your Bugs doughnuts, pancakes, and
I waffles
On The G-O-! I, I,
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answer depends on what you're adding. Two
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hour over the speed limits I November 27, 1892: in Scot- way. assist from careless drivers." minutes of a meeting. "f Raid day of August 1906, at City be paid to you and v'' u II
FARMER'SDIARY and we'll keep right on haying Gulf Shore Bdlg. Co. Jack- Klrkman sald/'but' the record Hoard of Count Cornmlftiilnn-. r Hall 209 N. Thompson, Starke, remain liable for .unv >?r I ."
.. as many killed on a land.Surviving 1 to one brother sonville, $6,400 concrete shows that the pedestrian PFM. hold on Aiiirunt !0>, 1906., requesting Florida remaining unpaid under "',"I
that said Hnnrrl close
,I The proceeds of the sale' will contract.
weekend In traffic Dennis Denny Jr.
a acci- of
t' London block dwelling.Marriage himself is very much to and abandon a portion of the be. applied. first to the payment The newspaper puhleturg,
I" dents, as were killed by that England; >two sisters: Mrs. blame" unused hittl et trt>.tt hTelnnfi uf the costs of retaking storing this. Notice of Male ahullbe n .t
I II crazy sniper in Texas. Sarah Garvie of North Cald- i uVwrltkfd, and renounceand' and sale of said moor vt.- Ilable'in' damages io n.,
I:, ago, when cars first came Into well, N. J., and Mrs. Elizabeth Licenses The Florida Highway Pa- disclaim .any right! of Kradfurd, lilrln l .and l the rust of publication person or persons named 'h r .
use. and It. was a great McMenemy of Scotland. trol Chief listed the following County, Florida and the public t of notice of I .sale and thento in arising from the 1 pu',',Ii I, ,.
out a Sun Marriage license applica- lifesaving reminders for In and to the land lying within the sutlfifaclon. <.f tile balnnco lion ot said. notice.
to on
pleasure go 7higpen Rites Services were held Monday said portion of unuuutl platted duo under the contract. Chrysler Credit. ('or p.rn .n
i"", day afternoon, for example, afternoon August 15, from tions issued by the county Cross streets watchfully, Street ; Hald, portion of unused .with John W. Dukes, eni N. By: Fred I. I'n' (i"'M'(""(
for a drive in the country. the Jones Memorial Chapel In judge's office through Friday and at. Intersections only. platted. street bclllff. du- ,Cherry Street Starke Florida 4010) Woixl., ,u'< ',
:: Held Sunday'Wallace Never Merlhed jm followH'A : covering the financing of said Jackst.hvlllc, VI"r .1,.
You went chug-chugging Starke /with Rev. Roger E. August 12. were: walk into the street
portion of land lying In ,
motor vehh'le.111' surplus will It 8/t
along at a sedate 25 miles Bergstrom officiating Burial Robert Lamar Futch 22. from behind or in front of the East half (EM,) of

per hour. In the old model ThIR en. Sr.. 76. of was in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith Lawtey, and Arrle Mae parked cars. Northeast. quarter. NR1( t,*)
T. and the worst thing ;you Starke, died kit a Starke hos DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Browning 19, Starke. Obey traffic signs and signals of Coition" Northeast 13. 'O\\elu..rt..rI lIehlp 8 Snutli.-; !:'-i-

By Sam McGarveyRain had to anticipate was a pital Friday afternoon. August Home, in charge: of arrange Roosevelt Carroll. 42, -. cross on preen lights or Range. 22 Kant. Bradford Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP
blow-out or that the .engine: 12 following a lengthy Illness. mentor Hampton and Katie Lee Pitt- WALK signs only. County Florida. and .belntf, ,
would conk out. Born in Bradford County man, 30, Hampton Watch! sharply for turning' more. follows particularly duairlued
continues to be the March 18, 1890, Mr. Thigpen Calvin Junior Varnes, 19 cars. Step up watchfulness at (as Common" : at the Northeast. HOMES
big story out in the country had lived. in Starke since 1924. Starke. and Dorothy Loraine nlKht. i-orni-r of Section I'l. TuwnKhlp -
these days as heavy showers There were auto wrecks He WAS a member of the Air- Building Permits Sparkman 17Hampton. Never go around a bus frontor 8 South, Range 22 I ICant. '
back In those days, too and
I thence run South 00 lUgiocxand
practically every day flood park Baptist Church. William Henry rear, after alighting from .
Redding Custom
we remember one at an intersection Building permits issued by 35 minutes Went a dletence Built
the, fields and make a soupy In which the carsmacked" Mr. Thigpen was employedby 20. Lawtey, and Carolyn Jean It. Wait until it leaves before of 200 feat. for point l
City of Starke during .
mess. of roads and driveways. the Seaboard of beginning.From
Railway McKinney, 18 Starke. crossing the street. thus I
And the worst' part Is that together with a \Maintenance Department for the period from July 6 Never point of beginning Your Plans Or Ours
loud noise and steam ,blowingout Wallace Eugene Sellers 18. rely on drivers see- described run thence South I .
\ ,there is no sign of a let-up over 30 years and was a mem- through August 12 were: Jacksonville, and Pearly Mae ing you-especially on poor- 00 degrees/ and 35 minutes.
of the car's radiators.But ; ber of. the ''Seaboard Vernon Sllcox. $17,750 Your Lot Or Ours
during this month, and the Railroad Orlffls. 18 Starke. ly lighted streets or roadways East along the quarter section -
the drivers were unhurt Brotherhood home on Bessent Road. line a distance of 208.7
hurricane season. is here. and only a violent'argument Survivors include Starke Motor Parts, $1.500, James Riley Heath, 77, at night. feet: thence run Went. alonirthe HOME IMPROVEMENTS\ :
n, his I ,
who had the rlsht-of- wife. Starke and Jessie Mae Carlton Face traffic and walk on Northerly boundary of
The tobacco season Is over Mrs. Lola Prevatt Thlgpen. of addition to present building. 67. Starke. the left while walking inareas Oaueola Street a distance of REMODELING ALTERATIONS
i way resulted. Starke; two sons: W. 1. TJilg- I Seeber Goodman, $2.000.swimming 80 feet to a point ; tlienn
drawing to a close and new
William Simmons, 43. where there
are no run North 00 degrees and 85
.J of Starke and pool at :SIS Alton
pen William
price records were set with .
Starke and Gladys Bertha sidewalks. minutes East a distance of 3-BEDROOM HOMES
some growers getting 71 Back Issues of the Tele- (Billy) Thigpen of Macclemny; Rd., his home.Adkinson Springs, 32 Starke. 2U4.1 feet to a point: thencerun
graph report some. of those three daughters: Mrs. Mildred Const. Co.. $36- Rant. anil parallel to the
cents a pound or so average Larry O'Neal Elder .
remember SUppson of Marianna, 400, 24. Southerly boundary. aforomentioned '
and Tla. eight
accidents we ;
apartments on \OTIC-R FOR SALE NOW
for ? OF .
their Ill-Mill:
entire crop. And Starke. and Loraine Mary 0IT.TinoN \ a distance of :30('
one which said It was a terrible Mrs. Grace Griffis of Jacksonville Washington Ave. : Fait( (''LOSI.NUMI : .
those who lost poundage thisseason ,) DeCaro, 19, Starke. feet to point of beginning.All /
affair and that threeof and Mrs. Fay call of Civil Defense Building \ \\UICSMMNT OK A Interested. parties. may' .appear -
because'of poor the had beep Starke; 'one sister: Mrs. Mary $42,400 POHTION OF tI\ KI: > PI.\' '- and be. heard! at the time Small]) Down Payment
passengers } building Of 31.500 'ri::1J NIIU-.Kr: :' 'IS
weather conditions, 'can Prevatt of Plant Fla 285 Floridians I.VKKIKWHI and l place above specified. .
Injured. City. ? square feet at the fairgrounds ltlIt |"|<>\\
make it up next: year under Dated this 8th day ot Au- IN PINEBREEZE SUBDIVISION AND
S and IS grandchildren. TO \\ son 1'1''i co\CRttx: I gust. 1900.BOAItD. ,
the allot Walked To Death
new poundage
ments. But today few people ven- Sunday, Starke Elementary School You will take notice lint In
'. ture out for a,; drive in A car August,14. from 'the Airpark $92,800, additional wing of During 1965 anuril.ini'e, with the provl.lon"of COUNTY OF, FLORIDA BRADFORD
as a pleasure outing Indeed, Baptist Church with Rev. E. 8,600 sq. ft.Physical SIM.lion 3.10.09 through/ .1:1: It.12, By CharKu. A. Darby, Contact
Our Florida ,
berry growers are busy L. SlatiituK' H public( hearing -
Crtfftj, Rev Raymond Hall, Col. H. N. Kirkman, Directorof Clerk of said Board
when Sam visits his family Education Build- will be held.. .
raising of by the Ucmrdof .
a runners .
crop and Rev. Leroy Olive offlelating. (Official Seal)
the Department of BUFORD MITCHELLOffice
Public ,
ing at County' COIl1I.I..ner
: In Jacksonville these day', Bradford High Schoolon of
and wet is it 18'in the run- Burial was in Santa Fe Urnrlfmd.. County 1 Florida, In It 8/18
Safety reports that 285
, I:' home, his family reminds es Funeral Home In charge ofarrangements. and 6.300 sq. ft. walked themselvesto County Coiirthiiiin., In Starkn' "'1) WHOM IT M.\V tOM'KIINl' : 140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla.
giving him of the homeward dangers W. W Winkler, 455 PrattSt. death on Florida streets Florid on Tuemlny" the 6th You are hereby notified" that I
.. and highways last year tiny of SVpicmbcr! ,, 1 ID)((111, .nt Iooocloak : the following motor vehicle
and you'd think he was $1.000, a storage ,
ground is needed, that the room. H..r'''
i' ( so "In ? AM.: on the petition of 1988 Plymouth Relvedcri' \Ve Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are
runners will root, but this setting out on a perilous Maurice J. White D14 Oak many cases pedestrians Truman W Dickinson .and872H815 2 lr-III [ -
journey with wild animals St., $2,561 garage and drive- who walked to their 'y A Dickinson his. wife, which will bo" sold lit public sale at You? If Not JOIN TODAY!
season the soil is so wet that Services Held I.
death were Riven a powerful petition was. npread. upon the 10:00: o'clock A.M. on the 22''
and savages waiting to
the runners are practically r
floating pounce on him and Alice.
.s. ? Monday For / I

_The terrible accident at High speed is the real 'Mrs. '" I IMrs.
,the intersection of SR-16 problem, and we wonder how Halsall

and SR-225 is a grim warning long we will go along with a SLADE'S WORLDARAMA SALEA

:! to all of us ta be careful condition: inwhich auto Rose Denny Halaall,
because even if it is marked makers are Allowed to turn 73, of Starke. widow 'of the
with-Stop Signs you never out cars which will travel late Robert Halsall died Friday

know when someone Is goingto nearly double the limit allowed morning August 12, fol

disregard then and speed by lawn lowing a brief illness WORLD OF LABOR SAVING APPLIANCES AT GIGANTIC SAVINGS.
right through. And if you (\Mrs. Halsall had been a''

happen to be at that crossing And until we face up to resident 'of ''Starke since 1956,

rat the time, you may be the problem, and Insist on a coming, here from Newark
New Jersey. She was a member -
right, but you may also be common sense approach to
of the First Presbyterian
.dead right. it, the auto makers will 1 con-
Church and the Starke: SeniorCitizen's )'
eWe tinue to put out cars that
Club. She
was born.
can remember years will go 30-40-50 miles an \

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FUG 18. 1988 Oa.\DF'OBD. OOtTNTB TBLF1OHAPH, 8TARKE. FIXB1I .*\U& TlllItTtI'.N; --- .
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pleted basic trainIng Lark-- I., ""R'1'I,, July) 2* i How To Get The Most I loud; >uu '.0 ue.er tried: L.L U CUUl'ttuu go-ahead take so
I land AFB. Texas His new Spec. Holmes, a welder, I Ing experimental keeps menus little time and makeshop-

I RECREATION NEWSMen's SERVICE MEN I school is part of the Air Train- entered the Army in November I For Your DollarWhen I out of a rut and adds interestto ping more pleasant for every-
I ing Command which conducts 1961 and completed( basic l Grocery cooking and eating. one.

AND WOMEN hundreds of specialized coursesto training at Fort Jackson S. Consider your neighbor behind -
--- I provide technically trained C. you go to the supermarket ;. alder! the smaller size. I
District II Slow Pitch the! finals and calmly disposed' personnel) for the nation's Ha was graduated from do you shop to get Read the labels. Most labels you with only a few Plastic Notebook $2.GO at the
TourneySanford' of the 9 to 0 to win the' Items in her cart. A smile mi:
All-Stars were Champions aerospace foice. He is a 1966 RJE High School in 1056 and the most for your time andyour contain much helpful information TELEGRAPH.
crowned the Champs of District Women's District Tourney I -'''.- ....-......-............'' graduate of Bradford High attended LaSallo lExt.J) University money? such as weight,
I :: school. and Arizona Western For instance do you ,shop size, brand or grade, numberof r
II and will journey to Deland was host to the District .
: ,
to the 11 11I College. during the slow hoursus- servings, price and ingredients -
Tallahassee compete in Tournament as Nancy's .
State Tourney. Sanford won Flowers represented Starke. I''I I .,..', Airman Second Class Irwin His wife Carol, lives on ually during: mornings and Gob acquainted with NO RAFFLE NOTICES
out over a field of six other Nancy's Flowers were beaten I A 11 A. Martin\ son of Mr. and Route X. Box 489 Starke early afternoons? different grades and qualities.

contestants, Including two en- by the Satellite Beach girls Mrs. F, A. Martin of Starke. Do you check your store's Compare food prices in relation PLEASE!
tries from Starke. 12 to 14Satellite I Fla.. is now in Vietnam in newspaper ads to take ad- to number of servings.
Garden Restaurant, the host Bench has ben ten '1 the fight against Communist SHOP TALKBy vantage of specials? Boneless meat, for example I 1

team lost to Orlando 4 to 3. Carter's Furniture and TV i aggression Do you write down your gives about double the number 1 I In spite of repeated notices that we cannot
Garden outhlt Orlando 16 to two out of three and were Airman Martin is a weapons marketing list.- and remember of servings that bone-in I publish such material. The Telegraph
7 but unable to mechanic In the Pacific'' Peter J. Novak to take the list with ? meat does, and may be a
were come up considered the best In the ":1>' ,*..I.II you \ continues to receive requests for advertising .
with the hits In the right State. Satellite Beach had 12 -J Air Forces which provides General ManagerBy Marketing<< specialists with thriftier buy even though 1 the sale of chances various
places. Noegel's Auto Sales, runs on 8 hits Nancy's had I I 'fr offensive-defensive alrpower the Florida Agricultural Extension considerably higher in price on objects
I I II. Peter J, Novak clubs
after playing "heads up ,ball" 1 run on 4 hits. Adele :Mitchell, I I to "; for the U S. and its alliesin Service suggest that per pound. by organizations, and individuals.In .
General Manager
I Ij
in sub-district, looked like Joan Chitty, and Shirley Johns ,' '- ;;i'k' the Pacific. Far East and you also: Keep your eyes!' open for the of the Post
1 I.j ., Last) week we wrote a little eyes Office department< -
an entirely different team in 1 played well for Nancy's los- I .,<' v t ...'".. "' ., Southeast Asia. List and shop for meat I
losing to Sanford 12 to 4. I ing cause. All the girls did anoutstanding 1 t 1['" ., I The airman, a graduate of about the objectives! of a first, since some of your oth- [ tlsetY such sale of tickets constitutes a lottery
J; ,;.; I Chamber of Commerce and! and, as such cannot be sent U.
The through the
Sanford All-Stars pul- job In their first ,. <. Bradford: High! School, attended er purchases may depend on
led several upsets as they met year of organized play and do- : :", ,...,.....-.1.T.II'.D: Furman University.j particularly our own. This your cholre of meat. \, S. mans Calling the sale a "donation" does
Cocoa Dixon in the first round serve a lot of credit fur their -- < I Greenville. S. C and St I[ week we wish to discuss activities Watch for in-season specials -, r not change t the meaning in the eyes of Postal -
and came out on top 7 to 5. efforts. Going to the district Airman Clifford W Lee, Johns River Junior College.I' of your ]local Chamber in fresh fruits and veg ijf'M authorities.
DIXon had been ranked by was an accomplishment within son' of ;Mrs. Walter H. Lee of |I I Palatka, Fla, and !some of the services etables. Buy what's plentifulat r ..Nm
many as the team to beat. Itself especially for the first Rt. 2, Siarke. Fla. has been I offered II a savings Instead of what's ..Y .2 We are sorry that we cannot comply with
" After polishing off Noegel'sthe year. Congratulations to Nan- selected for technical training I A serious community just coming in at a premium. 4# l requests to print notices of such sale of
winners mat Orlando. in cy's Flowers for a Job well at Kessler AFB, Mlas.. ad | problem is housing the Consider how much you are 1 1 fa tickets and subsequent "drawln ." If we
I shortage of first class housIng '
communicationselectronics Is acute and is evidencedby paying per ounce for a small do, however, we run the risk of having that
pnckape. If the larger size is issue of The
the demands for better Telegraph barred from the
ists i+. cheaper, It is a good buy onlyif
j rental property that seem togo mails. .
i The airman recently com- you use the larger amount.
\ pleted basic training school I I 1 unfilled. I I If some will be wasted con- e ifr4 We would
His We have been having real I] I I appreciate it if aU clubs other
at Lackland AFB. Tex.
I T A new school Is part of the Air I I problems in trying to locate t t tr, ,{ i 4 1} organizations, and individuals would under

R Training Command which I| I good housing for newcomersto and additional departmentshave t .+. stand out position in this matter and would
conducts hundreds of spec- our community. While been added requiringneed I IV cease to submit! such item for publication.
ialized courses to provide I) l many people! list their rental for approximately 2,000 I II

technically trained pel'sonnell) .. --)--, II properties with us at the square feet more of floor : BRADFORD COUNTY
for the nation's aerospace Chamber office -few let us space. Guy Andrews as ow .
force. : know when their propertyhas local shopping center de Y I IY
Airman Lee was graduatedfrom been rented and:! we veloper has come to Carp' e1 TELEGRAPH
Bradford High Schoolin i I constantly find ourselves assistance by building the I
James Jimmy I ] Lee, son of
1964 and attended S,. 1 sending: people to look at new store uthe Starke
ata Curtis and Rose Lee of Starke,
Johns River Junior COllege, property that has already Plaza.
recently completed!' boot train- 1 been lented. We would
I ning at Fort Jackson. S. C. is 6600 square feet of new r.V'
....,,1 now attending school at Aberdeen I know therefore ask that you let us shopping pleasure representsthe I
when rental
I your prop-
y Proving Grounds In New Carp's look We join
i-4 Tic erty is vacant and availableand
with Carl
a Carp's manager.
Maryland.Pvt. .
when it has been rented
Henley in Inviting our read-
so we can keep our files cur- '
Oscar D. Vanzant, son ers to look over the New 'I

"'r + ''I of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T. Van- rent.A step in the right direc- Carp's Store.
i With the decision to relocate -
V zant of Callahan recently tion has been taken toward
: completed a light vehicle a new problem for .
T+r. V answering at least a part of
I driver course at Fort Jackson, the rental properties problemin Call Street develops. We
1 1i S. C. He is the great grandsonof the beginning of construction now have another empty
G U+ ti?z i, Frank Crews of Highland, for a 16 unit furnished building but It would be our
a and his mother is the former apartment house located at hope that the building will
not remain vacant for long.It .
Eloise Hardee of Highland.Pvt. the North east corner of BACKTOSCHOOLMLNSi.
Vanzant entered the Macmahon and Washington was this Chamber of
y1 Army last February and com- Streets r Just North of the Commerce that requested our
pleted basic training at Fort High School]. legislative delegation to pass
Benning, Ga. He Is a 1964 The Chamber is also legislation. which would make
graduate of Callahan High pleased to cooperate withCarp's it possible for the City of
Starke to for Federal
School. qualify
1 t in their Grand open-,
W. King, Urban Redevelopment funds
m Airman Rodney ing celebration for their new
4? t rii I son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert W. Army Specialist Five Jean store at Starke Plaza today. should the citizens of Starkeby .

W J- King of 918 Ralford Road, W. Holmes, 28, whose mother Carp's came to Starke in referendum approve this
I Starke, has been selected for Mrs. Ellen Holmes, lives April of 1961 and has been proposal. We hope the citizens -

I technical training at Lowry on Route I, Box 454, Starke, operating from 155 W Call of Starke do approve

T ra iltionaIs I AFB, Colorado, as a U. S. Air Fla. was assigned to the Street since that time. The come September See you
""'7.di ) Force munitions specialist, 506th Field Depot in Viet- business has grown rapidly next week..

;f ijy1S h't I I Airman King recently comI 1966 CHEVROLET CLOSEOUTSSKEl

done. 1

Women's l Softball League j
i I Two more weeks remain in
the Women's Softball League
and two !games a ,week are
Still, think In four-season terms? Don't forget fashion's 1 planned. The schedule for the ,

fifth season requiring clothes autumnal of look: light of remaining games are a'f fol ... I 1'e. TbVV
'- "
weight clothes that are specialties with Traditional lows Tues.: Aug. 16,--- 7:30: p.m, I : o' "I i;

by Country Set, to wit cotton-acetate) hopsacking suit Holiday Inn vs. Ooodman Gulf .

... perfected in red, blue or gold, 315. $30.00 Nancy's and 9 p.m.Flowers.Hurst Shell vs. r.. ALL 1966 CHEVROLET NEW CARS AND

Thurs. Aug. 18: 7:30: p. m.Nancy's pVs ('
Flowers vs HolidayInn
and 9 p.m. Goodman Gulf
i vs. Hurst Shell.
eG Tues. Aug. 23: 7:30: p. m.
Goodman Gulf vs. Nancy's No Reasonable Offer Refused! '

Flowers and 9 HolidayInn __
p.m. _
Hurst Shell. _ _
vs. P
Thurs. Aug. 25: 7:30: p. m TRY US

Nancy' Flowers vs. Hurst .
Shell and 9 p. m. Goodman ; '' -'
.Y ; ,__ ,
Gulf vs. Holiday Inn P _

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I II Moat fathers are probably .. .. '
Ford 2-Door
61 $495.00
II I proud when they ,have a son -
who chooses to follow in a All

I But business can you which Imagine he established a father's -- '61 Olds F-85 4-D. $695.00 Sale

pride when his eight childrenall ,- '
In his ? .. :
That is the history behind 59 Pontiac Wagon 395.00 Prices
,, 'Jessie E. Ingram, who has
kt opened another Ingram! Vault Sold
g and Memorial Company In '
r s r Starke, the 11th city to host 55 Plymouth 4-Door $175.00 As

an Ingram family firm.

I "Every one of my brothers ..'. '

Newlyweds who have a and this business sisters. have since remained our father in A Rn 57 Ford Wagon $ 95.00 Is

Savings Account are newlyweds established it over forty years .
ago In Ashford Ala," said In- 60 Ford 2-Door
who will get more out of life gram. "They now own firms I. .' I $195.00

in Crest view, Qulncy, Tallahassee i No Down

I A home, car, furniture, vacation trips, a ida .an, well and it Marianna* Anhford Flor-(the '..x'. '60 Falcon 2-Door $495.00

cash reserve for family emergencies or home office), Dothan and Enterprise. Payment
Mr. Ingram puts final touch to setting of, Memorial. in
business opportunities-these and many Ala. Then I have a '
other rewards of thrift can be yours, too, cousin: who owns a firm in N I Santa Fe Cemetery near Starke. 57 Chevrolet 2-Door $145.00 To

Panama City, and Uefunlak i
if you save here regularly, starting now! Springs and a nephew in Tal! tight, cooperative group. We I t a savings! which I ia reflectedin QualifiedBuyers

Start saving here next payday 1 lahassee.Mr. | don't hesitate to pitch in and : lower prices to our custom 56 Chevrolet I Wagon $$145.00
: Ingram's business which I help one another," Mr. In- .1'.."
I la located on North Temple I gram said.Ingram I The Ingram Vault and Me- ,

Avenue, across from Temple I explained that this morial Company, an authorized '54 Buick 4-Door 95.00
I Motel, Phone 961-3145, is close cooperation Is of Impor dealer in this area for the $
FLORIDABANK in the :process of enlarging* his tance to his prospective cuitomera Georgia, :::Marble Company
facilities in. Starke in order to I I I an well as to himself. manufactured! and sold over
better serve the people of|, "We all order our stone and 3500 burial vaults last year.
'Bradford County. Right now I materials together and have I' "People don't have to worry

: I AT STARKE/ the Starke office la being them delivered to one centrally about not being able to get I WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC..
plied with the finished .up-// located shop From there ,1 the stone they desire, because ,
by the Lake City office all of us pick up our Individual i all I have tp do is pick up the
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National GroupMember. 'other of his relatives in orders and pay our share of : phone and I can obtain anyI I I U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLA. PHONE 96.a-3CN<
Memorial' business. "We have the Mil. This allow ua to'' thing from a small headstone

Insurance always worked ''that way. Our I save tremendously on our cost, to a 12-ton mausoleum" i iI (Soon To Be Baldwin Chevrolet Co.)' I Io
Federal Deposit Corp.
i family baa always been a I (Pd. Adv.)
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. roiranrceN UADFOftD-COUNTT TrwinnAFii.: !STARKK. FLORIDA TIIUR DAY, AtTO. 11A' 11611.VYV.n.YVVY.vveyryvy'

and daughter, MIltS Rhonda J, L. Johns were attending l1na. all of Jacksonville. will be participating Monday NEW CONGREGATIONAL I, Morning Worship 1 11 a. m. BETHEL: BAPTIST CHURCH II

Bennett of Lawtey spent to business In Jacksonville Mrs. L. S. Tanner and Miss Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt through Friday in the New METHODIST REVIVAL Training Union 7 p. m. Even Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Rico River Association I Revival services will be held ing Service!, 8 p. m. Rev q
Bavless Monday with his sister and Monday.Mr. Gwen Tanner were visiting and family of Puerto Morning Worship, 11 a. m
HiwayBy brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clinton Nor- Ln Jacksonville during last spent last week with Mrs. T. Youth Camp at Camp Montgomery at tne New Congregational Lacy Conway pastor. Evening Worship\ ,. 7:30: p. m.

O. t.. Sapp. man and son of Jacksonville week. H. Edwards. The Pratt fam- There are about 130 Methodist Church,' May 1 ciiuRdi or GOD Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.
:Mr.. O. E. CrosbyAAAA11W.a.aaauA.a Mrs R. B. Crosby, Mrs. attended church Sunday and Joe Napier of the Merchant ily left Friday for Texas youths from the twenty through May 8. Rev. F. A. Wednesday. :Rev. W. L.
424 N. St. Clair St. Starke.
Loyd Padnett and Miss An- were dinner guests of his Marines who has just where they plan to make churches of the association Stephens of Savannah, Oa. .
Newmans, pastor.NORTHSIDE
.. eunday School, 10 a, m.
nette Padgett Mrs. Leslie parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank returned from duty in VietNam their home. participating.LONG will bring: the mesaaaenight each
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sapp Waters of Lake Butler and Norman Is visiting his daughters Mr. and Mrs. Don Elchel- I at 7:30.IIEiLBRONN: Worship Services, 11 a. m. and BAPTIST

and grandchildren spent two Brad Crosby were attendingto We extend our deepest Debbie and Sherry who live eon of Lexington Park, Md. BRIDGE BAPTIST 7:30: p. m. YPE Wednesday, Located on Bayuma tngh-! ,

weeks at the Moody cottageon business In Gainesville sympathy to Mrs. Thlgpen with their grandparents Mr. arrived Tuesday of this week BAPTIST CHURCH. I, Sunday School 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting way [ISR 2231 at Ralford Road
I Friday, 7:30: m. Rev. L. S.
Silver Lake. Monday. and Mrs. Carl Roberts In the and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison. for & week's stay with Mrs. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Williams, p. (ISR 161. Services: Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sapp loss of their husbands last Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shu- F. B. Coleman. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. ni. pastor.PENTACOSTAt School 10.: m. Sunday

and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Pad- and grandchildren were visiting week. Also to Mrs. Pearl Nor- ford and Mrs. John Shuford 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tay- Evening Worship 8 p. m. Evening Service 7:30.: Midweek HOLINESS Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

pett were hosts at a farewell relatives in Gainesville man In the loss of her mother attended the Yoeder family lor of Madison Ind., spent Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Prayer Service. 7:30: p. 324 Brownlee St., Starke. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.

upper Monday night at the and Mlddleburg last week. Mrs. Pearl Johnson.Mr. reunion in Newton. N. C. last the past two weeks here with 8. p. m. Sing each Friday 8 m. Wednesday Troy John- Sunday School. 10 a. m. Evening Service, 7:30. MidWeek -,

home of Mr. and Mrs. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw- and Mrs. Lavonn week. The two Mrs. Shufords Mr .and Mrs. VInce Taylor p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, son, pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Prayer Service, Wednesday -

for their son. Rudolph, who Ford of Palatka. Mr. and Crosby and children of ire members of the Yoeder and family. pastor. Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m. 7:30.: -Rev, Olenn Law-

will leave this week for Viet Mrs. Bobby Crosby and son. Brunswick, On. and Mr. and family Arnold Harper of Jacksonville BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service Tuesday, hon, pastor.

Nam. Those enjoying the and Miss Ruth Arnette of Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and Gene! Johnson en- Sunday School, 10 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.-Russell Croft, pastor -

evening with them were the Gainesville were Sunday daughter. Miss Sue Crosby celebrated their 16th wed- Joyed a fishing trip Saturdayat Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST I

Immediate families. guests of Mr. and Mrs, C. C. were recent visitors to st. ding anniversary Friday St. Augustine. Training Union 6:30: p. m. services: Sunday School 10 a. Sunday School, lo a. m.
We are sorry to hear that Crosby. Augustine and St. Augustine evening with a barbecue supper Mr. and Mrs. Dan Byrd of Evening Worship/! 7:30.: Prayer m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning/ Worship 11 a. m.

Mrs. Wlllard Browning Is a Mrs. Leslie Waters of Lake Beach. : with all members of the Mayo visited Friday with Mr. Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: ( Ing Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. PreServices'Booster[ Band;

patient in Bradford County Butler is spending this week Miss Donna Hicks of Jack family joining them. I and Mrs. J. D. Bell and son Rev. B. T. Peavy, pastor Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Young People, and Prayer
Hospital. Her son. Volley with her daughter and son- sonville Is spending this week\ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walters,' and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. liar- welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Service], 6 p. m. Evening

Browning underwent sur- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Loyd with her cousin Miss Debbie Jr. of Jacksonville announcethe ris. ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC pastor. Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : Worship 7 p. m. Midweek

gery last week In Alachua Padgett. Faulkner. Miss Harriet arrval of a daughter Deb- Mrs. Randolph Crosby wasa STARKE m. ervioe. Wednesday t:30: j>.

General! Hospital. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Sal Monslov Faulkner Is staying with her bie Mae on Thursday Aug. patient Sunday to TuesdayIn Sunday Mass, 9:15: a. m. LAURA BAPTIST m.-Rev. O. L. Ramsey, pas
for both of them a speedy of Jacksonville spent Thurs- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. 11. Mr. and:! Mrs. Paul Wal- the Baptist Memorial Tuesday-Novena and Bene- Sunday School 9:45 a m. K1NGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST .tor., -

recovery. day and Friday with Mr. and Hicks in Jacksonville ters are the paternal grandparents Hospital In Jacksonvlle. diction, 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
Miss Cindy Crosby( Is Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Miss Linda Lyons spent Randolph Crosby Is a pa- 8 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CALVARY BAPTIST

spending this week with her Rev. Dave Mederlas of last week with :relatives In Mrs. Marlan Marris and tient In the Bradford County Thursday and Friday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Training Union, 6:15: p m. 'Sunday School 10 a: n.Morning ."

uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Perry filled the pulpit at Jacksonville Mrs. Hodges of Jacksonville Hospital in Starke. Mr. and Mass 7:30: a. m. [9:30: a. m. 7:30:: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee Evening Worship 7:30.: Mid,; Worship, 11.. m.

Otis Crawford In Palatka. Bayless Hlway Sunday morning Birthday Party visited their sisters Mrs. Mrs. Buford:!. Higginbotham for grade:! and high school students pastor.BROOKER. week Prayer Service.Wednesday Training "Union, 8:80: p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett; and evening. He and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sapp Hester Hicks and Mrs. O. J. visited him Sunday afternoon ]. 7:30.: Choir Practice 8:30: Evening Service T:3O.: Praytar'

Mrs. Mederlas and childrenand entertained with a birthday Anders and Mr. Anders dur- Saturday. Mass, 9:30: a. m. BAPTIST p. m. -Rev. Jim Rlgdon( sup- Meeting, Wednetrtay., 7:10: p.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert party honoring their grand- ing the week. Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade Sunday School, 10 a. m. ply pastor.BOATDKAJN. m. -Rev.-R.'Et. ,Butter. pafter
WATCH FOR Norman, of Gainesville were son Leonard on Aug. 7, the Carl Moore of Jacksonville and family were Sunday din 11 ASSEMBLY: OF GOD Morning Worship 11 a. m. -.>- -

dinner guests of the O. E. occasion being his tenth joined his cousins Mrs. Joyce ner guests of Mrs. Jessie Willis IinVAY CHAPEL Training Union. 6:30: p. m. BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST

Crosbys. birthday. Games were enjoyed Futch and Mills Bessie Terry and family and Mrs. W. Weldon St. and Ralford Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer School. 10.. Sunday School,.f;4S a. ...
SWARMINGTERMITES Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp and and Leonard received here Saturday and they visited M. Slade of Hampton and Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.: Sunday m. Morning Worship 11 a. n.
children of Jacksonville many beautiful gifts. About their aunt Mrs. Rosa Sunday afternoon visitors of Morning Worship, 11 a. m. RA, OA, and Sunbeams every Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.
were dinner guests of Mrs forty guests enjoyed the affair Jones In Ormond :Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade, Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. other Thursday afternoon. Training! Union., 7:00: p. m. Prayer Meeting Wedneesday..

Don Newman Monday. with Leonard and family Mrs. O. J. Phillips spent and family of Hampton. : Thursday Prayer Meeting, 7:30:, Rev. James Temple, pastor. Evening Worship. 8:00.: Prayer 7:30: p. m. 'Training Union,
Don Newman Mrs. Lois Delicious refreshments part of the week with her Mrs. Leon Fraser and p.m. Young People's Meeting. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. :
\ Newman and Mrs. George were served.LAWTEY. son and daughter-in-law.] Mr. family of Jacksonville were Saturday, 7:30: p.m.Leroy DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom Friday, 7:30: p. m. -Rev.' B. U.Orlffls .

I Hernandez were visiting Mrs. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and last Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Llffhtsey/, pastor. I I Sunday School, 18 B. m. pMtor. pastor.

II.- Newman's sister Mrs. Horace I .wwwwww. . _. _. _. _._._._. _. _._._._._._._. sons in Jacksonville. Avory Slade and family. .
I Knowles In Baptist Hospital Mrs. Effie Miner was visiting -
'Sunday afternoon. her son-in-law and I

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Ellxson and son attended Frank Wells In Leesburg over 1 An investment in Your FutureDESTINATION

church at Ralford Friday By Enia BUnchar the weekend. 1I .

I night.Ellxson birthday Mr. and and dinner son Mrs.attended for Kenneth Steve a .Evergreen.Revival. .. services 4AAA.A4A.began.. at. were and Gordon Monday Mrs.her and mother Fred visitors grandmother Mrs.Pendarvis of C.Mr.P. URCHi I I I I l. i1 17 are- ( OJ! ga 0 m ,

Baptist Church on
OR BETTER STILL Ellxson at WorthJngton Monday evening and will Mrs. Julia Lovelace of Bun- MADISON STREET !

LET Springs Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. Wallace continue CHURCH through ACTIVITIES the week. nell.Mr.. and Mrs. Don May and BAPTIST OPPORTUNITIES CHURCH OF I II 1lIlllIlIIlIllIlll1IlIlIlllIIlllIlIlIlIlIlIlIIlIlIInnmml1l I I I I I I! !I II Jlmnnllrnmllllnll1lmllllmnmmll I lUI1m

Salano and Mrs. Mildred children of Jacksonville and I
Grace Methodist
Latham of Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Norman
OIIIDAe day School 9:45: a. m., Wor- Sunday August 21 9:45a. :
I Mrs. Annie Saunders were and children of Oak Hill are
ship 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. m. Sunday School. 11:00a. : ? '
recent guests of their cousin.Mr. spending the week with their
Prayer Circle
Monday 9 a. m. Morning Worship.
m. -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed .
and Mrs. Kenneth Smithin
\sONnOi.:( MYF Wednesday 8 p. m. 6:15: p. .- Training Union.
Vacation Bible School May.Mr.
a a.SSKM.- Dinner guests of Mr. and closed with a program Friday and Mrs. George 7:15 Circle.: p. 7:30:m.-p. WMU m. -Evening Prayer Postal employees do their best to Interpret
I Mrs. Gordon Jones Sunday Estes hate returned from a
evening, before
a good
Worship. the addresses written on out
I were Mr. and Mrs. Charles visit with his mother In accurately
attendance of parents and Wednesday, August 24 7:30p. :
i Cribbs and son Mr. and Mrs. friends. Church Hill. Tenn., her sister m. Prayer and Praise 4 mail. However, some are hastily written -I
I Edward Norman. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bridwell
Baptist: Sunday and a brother Robert McCul- Service. 8:30: p. m.Church and poorlYaddressed that they
Mrs. Herbert Norman and School 10 so may
a. 11
m., Worship Choir Practice Rev. Felder
\ family Mrs. JoAnn Osteen a. m. and 8 p. m., Training ley Miss In Klngsport.Dorothy Tenn.Swanbomhas L. Rowan Pastor.Methodist I never reaoh their intended destination. A
and sons of Jacksonville. The
Take Chances Union 7 p. m.. Midweek serv-
Why occasion was Gordon Jones Ices Wednesday 8 p. m. retul ned from a visit good many peoplego: hastily through life, ;
birthday with relatives in Chicago Ill.
CALL Church of God
SundayS headed in the
not realizing that they are ,.
Mrs. Edward Norman was <." 10 a. m. and Worship Weekend visitors of Mr. ,
I visiting her mother. Mrs. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m, YPE and Mrs. L. M. McClellanwere : August! 21 9:45: c wrong direction. The church the
964-3965 Rachel Green, In Brooker a. m. Church School. 11:00:
Wednesday' 7:30: m.. Prayer Mrs. Edith Colvin of should/
I Monday. I meeting Friday p.7:30: p. m. Jacksonville, Mrs. Lois Col- a. m. Morning Worship. .. way to salvation and d...ir. that all
Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. 6:00: p. m. Snack Supper for (
j Highland vin of Lenox. Oa. and Mrs.
Baptist Sun-
I choose the of our Lord and Saviour.
MY?. 8:30: p. m. MYP Meetings way
-- day School 9:45: : a. m.. Worship Dorothy Eady and children
I 7:30: p. m. Evening TIME FOR THE LORD
11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., of Valdosta. Ga.
Player Meeting Wednesday, S-Sgt. and Mrs( Grady M, Worship. r
7:30.: Choir Practice Satur- Pauley and baby have returned Monday through Friday ,
home after spending four 9:00: a. m. to 11:30: a. m. Vac-
day 7:30: p. m. and a half years with the ation Church School. I 1nJf1CD
Vacation Bible School began '
Armed Forces in Manhelme, Wednesday, August 24 -
BEEF SALE! here will continue Monday morningand through] Germany. 9:30: a. m. Primary Choir I

this week.PERSONALS. At the present they are practice. 7:30 p. m. Chancel RIm UlliTlIQtlac :-
visiting Sgt. Pauley's parents Choir rehearsal.Thursday 4.

I Mr. and Mrs. Obed M. Pauley August 25 -
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Me
I I after which they will be stationed 6:30: p. m. Haynes-Welch ;
CHUCK ROAST OR Clellan are spending their at Ft. Gordon, Go Wedding Rehearsal. hna. ..... w.rwt elr6 a M
vacation with her parents I H t.. Ld'i At. bw
7:00 -M e.Nl
STEAK LB. .59c Friday, August 28, : p )
Mrs. and Mrs. Don Henley inKonoshla. Wedding.I' 1 a.er...,......,..4-.......
Wis. yyyyyyyyyyyVyYVVVVVVVMAX m. Haynes-Welch a M M b. W .LAIe 11II ........ ......
Mr. and:! Mrs. Bill Pendar- MewAawMion. ..N4wMwWwwMr..gda.Maq
CLUB STEAK LB. 79 : via son and daughter visited: VILLE FIRST BAPTIST CIII'RCII

their daughter and familyMr. Opportunity of the week .-.... .............. a WII .
I and Mrs. James Nlachew Friday. August 19 7:00: .. ....., ....... "Ss"','-' \
FRESH GROUND i in Lake Butler Saturday. By Mr.*. A. C. SlaPh .. Asan. Brotherhood Meeting:{I .......IBM.f 9tf9On .nr elW. ..--

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John and Fish Fry Madison M **tar*...*.....*vrita/! rf MB.a .
BEEF 3 LBS. 1.17 : Whitenack recently were .n. ZI9-44U Street Baptist Church. I 13; .. .. 11II .b..,. Mr.ar, ......

their daughter Mrs. B. Hall WVVV..u..AAV1POSTOFFICE Sunday. August 219::45 t 7 d..N. aid. ..qM. d.d ....../.Y

I and seven children of Toms Sunday School. 11:00 MornIng -i .* Om* .... i Mh .. d.d ,

River N. J. They spent a NEWS Worship-The Danger of _'1 IK" era mi. Mun. .Ikt............
I Postmaster Elsie M. Can- an Empty Heart Matt.I 12: '': .
3 Lbs. s week and the children enjoyed but .arlM.errM.deAWd
BRISKET STEW 1.00RIB outside freedom rain or non was among the over 43-431 8:15: Training Union.'' Ld.e .
I 300 Florida Postmasters who 7:30: Evening WorshipJep- .
I shine. As proud grandparents attended the second annual tha. The Man Who Kept His i
STEW LB.39 i, they were looking forward to Training Seminar held In Vow [Judges 11:351.: e .IUIUI
more time with them but
Gainesville August 8 and 9 Monday. August 22 -8:00:
were thankful for the short
at the U of F. Training Union Mass
time. They left by train last Meet-I
FRESH OR SMOKED .. Monday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. HolUs Jeffers IngCamp
afternoon in Wednesday August -
visited Sunday
PICNIC LB. ..43cG. I Mrs. Johnny Jenkins son Doctor's Inlet with Mr. and 7:00: Prayer Meeting 8:00: i

Green Robert and and daughter daughter were Mrs. Mrs. John Jeffers. Church Choir Rehearsal.The I These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

visiting her parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sill Jeffers I with of the church,

RED HOT OR'WEIHERS Mrs. O. J. Anders Sunday. and family of Doctor's Inlet Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat' Market
Robert remained and is were Monday of this week I
3 IBS. $1.00FRESH spending the week with his visitors of Mrs. Hollis Jeffers Exchange "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR AND COLD STORAGE

uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. D. B. Orlffls.

FLA., GRADE A Bill Anders and Bill Jr._ Mr. and Mrs. Drew WU- I Fewis-Fertnizer'e-Seeds' MAIN CONCERN" We Specially ta Cmtooltar. 1JI! ........
I Miss Arthurlne Blanchard klnson attend camp meeting Poultry EquipmentCNICO Cotttaf WAPIbt-. ]
the last week at Olen St. Marys. TIRES-B.4TTTERIEe Free Delivery Phoo 961-4191
of weekend Jacksonville with Miss spent Enza George Mosley entered DIRECTORYAUTO \ Petroleum Product Pre_.Yer Deep. ........

Blanchard. On Saturday they Baptist Memorial Hospital In I'BON1D M4-S2S1
We Are
Receiving: visited Mrs. D. B. Lynn and Jacksonville last Wednesdayfor REPAIRS I Bradford Abstract Co.

Miss Cora Lyons in Melrose. treatment. SLADE GAS
FRESH CEDAR KEY MULLETCleanedReady'For Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and Earl's GarageALL 158 W. CALL STREET .
and Mrs. Joseph Lu- I
V. Duck over the weekendwere family Ph. 961-6831 Starke Fla. and Appliance CenterDeWITT
his sister Mrs. Bill cas and daughter spent
of la t week at Jackson- AUTO REPAIR WORK
Pan day &
Hughes and daughter OF STARKE INC.
ville. Beach. All Work Guaranteed Edwards Grocery &
of Phoenix Ala. Ellen remained -
i for the week. Mrs. Myrtle Williams and Phone 969-3964 Mkt. U.S. 301 NORTH
family moved their trailer So. Walnut. Starke C. JONES
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner
WE GIVE GREEN BACKSGreen I I visited his brother H. O. from the Solomon Road here 'AUTO SERVICE Groceries-Meats\ -Feeds! FUNERAL HOMES Ph. 96!-3SOL Starke, Fla.

'Turner and family In Myrtle to Mlddleburg where they & Oil
Backs are redeemable right here in our I Beach S. C. Larry Turner plan to make their home. 961.2tr S Starke Ph. 961-2600

store No sending off or waiting:-Green Backs returned with them for aweek's Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heathof Gilbert S. BrownS Ph. Starke, Fla.Loudon's Charley 1 E. JohnsAgency

are redeemable for groceries, meats vegetablesYour visit. Midwest City Okla. were Oil :service! Station Keystone Heights _
visitors of Mr. and
choice of anything in our store--Start saVe Mr. and Mrs. Oscar! Moyer Sunday and ATLAS Merle Norman Ph. 473-3176
John North family.
ing: them today I And remember- j and children of Miami. Mrs., Mrs.Austin Ellis arrived last TIRES & BATTERIES 1S1 8. Walnc Ph. HC-etl.
John Rowe of Macclenny Budget Terms-Road Service Cosmetic!' Studio & Beauty Shop
week from aboard the USS GENERAL XNSVRANCB:
"You Get It Back With Green Backs" were weekend< visitors of Mr. Phone 964-7071 117 S. Thompson Ph. 964-3081
and Mrs. B. E. Reddish. Mr. Yorktown to spend some 407 N. Temple Starke If Your Hair I'n't To LACY CONWAY Nobody Bat Nobody Usde.ee III
I, and Mrs. Talmadge Mullls time here with\ Mr. and Mrs. Too-You Should Be Coming U.. Chariey K. MUM Aga.ey

and son of Gainesville visited John North and family. The HURST'SSHELL American Service Sta
Yorktown has just returnedto
i:, them Mr.on and Sunday.Mrs. H. W. Bennett Mayport from off the Starke "66" Service tion and Bus Station Hurst Shell Service

and have chores of Viet Nam. Service Station
\ iv fish&MeatMarkeI Joey Nancy
returned from vacation Weekend guests of Mrs. F. Lubrication BILL EDWARDS CARL HURST
a Gas Oils Brake Service-' -Wheel Balance L&py Conway Plying 8errl..
B. Coleman and
I son were
trip. They visited points of : Goodyear Tire. & Batteries
I Ii I WE STOCK> A COMPETE LINE OF GROCERIES I interest In Texas Mexico., Mr., and Mrs. Ray Ptllum ROAD !SERVICE! SI 7 Wheel Alignment Ph. 901.8881 I..t.eq.ePe.. ...-tN1 .Hwy, 301 & 100 Ph. 944tlll.A08
i N. Temple
i I rend and and .
Family: Mr. Mr
,0111111\\, North. r*. Slaikr.
I : : alt) 111 I and lot) -
I n. P. Coleman and daughter ,





4tAi Given 1-Year Lease

Order Tickets Now hw + e

... For Fashion Show New Operator Named.FOI. .

1\ Members of the Garden

Club of the Lakes desiring to

attend: the fashion show and
Continental Breakfast featuring Keystone AirportBy
ki Archie Eason and his I

creations at the George

i'' Washington Hotel, Jacksonville not motorists from parking, in
Mary K. Schaeffer! I felt that the trail was !
) August 30 at 10 a. m. often enough the area where the work was
i An ut'ireineiit for a. one( I picked up I II
should call at once for tickets lease to Homer Suiter- I LuKu said that the garbage going on. and to request that
'I' price $2.00. Mrs. Strip- I field of WlllLstou, fur operation Is the first concern, end I.I others move their cars so
ling or Mrs. Bachmaiin. of the Keystone Airport after It is disputed ot/, then that the work could continue -

1i'tI\ Other events announced: I was made by the Key-! If there is a day or a half- However this kept him
t; District IV garden club)I tone Heights City Council day left the trash may be out of his office for long

\ members, Flower Arranging; In a special meeting Monday picked up. After all there U periods of time so the job
Workshops in Jacksonville at i the
night. just one truck now only one foreman suggested that
the Garden Club September Satterfield, who handed man to do the work. signs be made They will be
29. October 6. 13. 20, 27 Admittance I the council an Impressive Another pressing problem stored at Henderson's garage
card I
array of credential as a flyer Is the fact that the Kinder
..''i ,1 to one's club. 1 >Rr M and airplane mechanic needs overhauling It wus The matter. of the washout

Holiday Decorations by. 4 will take over operation of moved that it be repaired by on the approach, to Nel

F?# : 'y' Orady Wright.18. Friday November the airport on September 1. the company from whom It son's point road and discussed.to Col.Strongs' .

.. He and the present operator was purl'lll1o-ed. Motion: passed. was
Each club Is asked to save Thin N the ..tvl, '14. Hint won the English Equitation' event. for r..h.. ..... aged 13 tend O. W. Van Valin, hud work- I It will probably cost from It seems that the clay washes

all small pieces of soap tobe under. for pretty l'llltyIurhy: \ of nnlnemlllp. On her handsome. I"huntn"11., : <** ed out arrangements for the $200.00 to $300 00. but it out after every rain and

used. In World Gardeningprogram. :\Inrlhy| cover u standout. at the Second! Anniiul\ Horse. !M>oxv. |M>ilHorrd. by tlio KcyHtont I switch before presenting I would be better to have It then there the Is a drop and of the 6"
them to the council Monday done right than to chance between highway
I .. f .' Mrs. Harlow M. Fuller will) I > Heights! Lions. ('Iub, nlsht having It repaired locally. approach Shell was suggested -
be chairman of GardenTherapy Tin rider performed' at ink Point. l-'arin. annul. by Dr. 1>, :M. i'lirlstoffrrn.. /The lease will containan Also the grass cutter needs: but nothing definite dee-

i 1 for the ensuing, 'fw..Ilh'.t... .., lioth. English and wentem, were Induded. .. for. riders. .. of all ages. option new to extend after approximately $1500 worth tided

year. i hair ilanipi-iKsl' \ the crowd hut inure than 104)) turned out for the iifterncion, shave) six months If the operationof of work on the engine. LaRue said that the Council

,I the airport proves satisfactory L Rue also reported that would have to start think-
-W' to both Satterfield today he had spent $30.00on ing for themselves, for they
NEWS NOTES two No-Parking signs, to would soon be without a law.
and the council. I
-- "I looks like he'll t Satterfleld -' be used on the days that the yer.On
: ,<: motion from Thomas
By Helen Rgun I a
"-. '"I. ..., 1 will be a real asset Red-' State Road Dept. sweeps the the meeting was adjourned
.I! I fenrn Sr. chairman Huntley of the I I sand off Main Street Heretofore until August 30, when a

Keystone i i-elluuship! *luo e .J 'd airport committee. said., LaRue has been Special Meeting would againbe

I Twenty-eight! members anda Van Valin said he found It standing watch to prevent held.

new member. Mrs Matle necessary to cancel his lease I)I
tirur : Smith enjoyed the monthly because of the 111 health of

covered dish luncheon on nt0 ahS his mother.
I August 11 At a short business Present at the meeting
7r 1 session. President Julius were Councilman Walt Thom
I Hanson announced the appointment -
Miss Helen Kelly Weds Sherwood Heape I of Mrs. Ethel as.Roy Watkins. Charles H. I ."sr

I In GainesvilleMiss I Weyman to the Vice-Presi: Donohoe. and George LaRue. :
In St. Patrick's Church "
dency to fill the eve Also City Clerk Joy Baker

Helen Dale Kelly,, maid. She wore a mint green term of office. The entertainment tt.f.y Mr Satterfield and Mr Van
chairman. Mrs. t : e f7{ Valln, well few Interested .
daughter of E. L. Kelly of: gown with matching bow and'' Ruth Malmgren presented a as as a
Heights and the late: veil and carried a bouquet of spectators.
Keystone [ musical program of group I II Councilman I ,
and Sherwood : yellow carnations. Flower girls by
Gertrude Kelly, '
0. Heape son of Mrs. J.: F. were Miss. Elaine Kelly, niece I singing. Axel Malmgren tendered Thomas. Mr Satterfield sum
Monk of Norfolk Va. were of the bride and Wendy Kay several flute solos accompanied marized his qualifications
blue and '' on the piano by Le he had been flying I II.
united In marriage on Saturday Burton. They wore 'I' : saying/
Aug. 13 at 2:00:: p.m. In pink empire dresses with Ralph Copeland. /since 1910: and Joined the!
St. Patrick's Church Gainesville matching bows and veils and' Due to a conflict of events, : I. Air Corps shortly before'''
\ with Father Thomas R. carried baskets of rose petals. the regular game-fun afternoon Pearl Harbor, and has being
meeting will be held:! on __ ,
Gross officiating. Beat man was Dale Clanceyand ._ n. -_- doing mechanical work on
Given In marriage by her ushers were Tom Ison and August 26 at 2 o'clock In St i .'..... 'r"""" airplanes ever since. For the'
Jr. of :Jerry Ray. Anne's Parish House. Many "r. it> '" "<. ..! )past: four years he nan been i.
L. Kelly ,
brother, E. ::.f l i ..: I .. .
Panama City the bride wore A reception was held at the members will be attending I doing this sort of work aWllllston. I II \
,a floor length white sheath home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith the Woman's Club "Back to A highlight of the !Saturday show went I it ]>rlll Parade" through Keystone Heightsby I Councilman LaRue Robert J. VVilley
I gown of peau de sole and satin. R. Barton following the cere School" luncheon card partyon I IdaY,1 the Alurhuu County. Sheriff'! :Mounted Posse. said he has long felt that the
length train was mony. the 25th (club's. regular Keystone Airport Is on
The chapel
appliqued with lace'and pearl For >a wedding trip to New ] I rvevvvvv.vvv.vvv.m I of the finest In North FlorIda Retired Aircraft Engineer
.'1.eq ul.n8. Her veil at Illusion Orleans, La. Mrs.. Heapa wore Robert Morris Birthday and whoever I"* hired/ I
\ and pearl lace Supper asset to the AIr. To Direct Park-of-the-Palms
iwas attached to lace an aqua -crepe dress with KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS MELROSEBy should be an
}lowers! and she carried> a bodice: matching accessoriesand The Eastern Star OES port. He thought that Sat.

bouquet of orchids and etepha- an orchid from her bridal Chapter will honor Robert RothhammrrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA terfleld's references and I Robert J. Willey lived and make their home on the
They will reside at Morris Founder of the Orderof Sally Lake
notis. bouquet. adequate worked In widely spaced localities ,shores of Brooklyn
'(Miss Maurine Simmons of Fort Leonard Wood Mo. Eastern Star, with a cov- around the globe before r Bob Willey was born and
:Miami served as maid of honor The bride la a graduate of ered dish supper on August winners The question of a lease came coming to spend his "un- educated In Bristol Englandand

IB a floor length empire Bradford High School. 26 In Masonic Hall. Mrs. Ar- By :Mary Schaeffer II last Duplicate week: 1st Bridge place -- Mrs. up. Councilman Thomas suggested retired retirement" as director served an, apprenticeship -

sown of blue chiffon over The groom graduated fromU. cena Wilson Is general( chair- Phone ,173-1127: Gay Livingston and Mm. Ray a two year lease. Somesuggested of the new Christian' retirement as a mechanical engineer.
taffeta >with a lace bodice. Her of F. with a BA In Arts man, and will announce her I I Starnea. 2nd place(:Mrs. Pa- a five year lease. village at ParkofthePalms As early aa 1923 he Joinedthe
snatching veil waa attached committee soon. Clerk Baker snld It was not Bristol Aeroplane Company -
He is presentlya Jacksonville. John
and Sciences. flNDV:' (KI.I.UK.\llS: : from ley Boyd and Mrs near Keystone
to a bow and she carried a United A delightful evening was I Mrs. Ro possible to write a lease for as a tool designed.!
Lieutenant In the lilld'IIIIAV After the party Kendall Strawn. 3rd place -- Heights.
bouquet. of white carnations. enjoyed by about 75 Park-O-I lends I II ofMr. Pam and Terrle Inklebarger land Bryan and Mrs. J. P. 5 years according to some After 50 years In anglneerInj Although making his way
Miss Anne Kelly, niece of States Army. and residents of the Cindy Scales daughter Melanie homer Vo"" 4th place Tied Mrs.C. law-but It could be writtenfor and production mostof In the demanding world of
the bride, was Junior brldes- I I Continued On Next Pagelr I and Mrs Bill Scale Cindy Scales and Gassy W. Hardy 'Mrs. F. T. Hogue 4 years, 364 days. It was that time in the aircraft aerodynamics. Bob Willey has

I celebrated her twelfth birth- went to a Slumber and Mrs. B. A. Allen, Mrs.J. finally decided to make It a Industrythe English born had an Intense Interest in

day on Friday evening at hen Chapman at the Chapman homeon P. Foster one-year lease with an option -- Bob Willey and his English Christian work ever since his
The Party A Teen Dance was held at to renew It for 2 or 4 last week to conversion early in life in
Luke Geneva Brooklyn. wife arrived
home on Lake
r the Episcopal! Parish House, years The clerk was Instructed England
entirely new
KEYSTONE /guests enjoyed dancing and I).\\TK:' : AT (!OI.IH1K.1)STATIC : I 7-11 PM., Monday night tor to draw up the lease.Satterfield start the an age( of 67. "I was so satisfied and

plenty of Rood eats. Party : 1'AKK 12 through 18 years old. then asked If It Typical of hU boundlessenergy happy in mY' religious life

quests! Included Tommy Mat-! On Friday evening. August I Next Sunday guest MlnUt-: would be permissible to carryon he was off a few days I that I had a consuming desire -
: BUSINESS DIRECTORY tox Beth Jackson Homer Gassy 19. there will b<- a Dance at I er at Melrose Methodist will some kind of manufac- later to attend a series of to tell others about It,"
Chapman Melanie Coldhead Branrh State Park I bf Reverend EjjRleston/! of turing at the Airport along Bible conferences: In Canada:! Bob Wllley says. He has spoken -
Valri la Turner. JimmyNooney. Concession Hall with music Melrose. He Is a retired member : with his work His assistanthas 'where he will tell the story to religious groups and
STORE Kendall Turner Band I of the Florida Annual kind of tool he has designed coun-
BEAUTY SHOP PACKAGE by the LonKsli ii'emen i a of Park-of-the-Palms In an conferences in every
APPLIANCES. I' Donny Baker Jerry Turner I Last Sunday he would work on and
Admission and lived
of the Hampton area -: Conference. .effort to Interest retired cou- try where he has
THE BLUE PINES I Ricky Murrliee F.cHle: Car- I $1.00 per couple: preached at Chiefland.Services It In order. to fill some order pies in coming to Florida to (Continued On Next Pagel I
-T V Service Center KEYSTONEBEAUTY & I denas. Bob Williams and.! 75c sta(. Sponsor! will be theoperators I lust Sunday at Orange I he already has for It. Councilman -
Package Store from out of townPam and of the Concession Creek-Campvllle Methodist Redfearn said that It

/ J. R. TIIIES, Proprietor SHOPEdith COCKTAIL LOUNGE I Terrie Inklebarger from i Continued on next page) was a Dedication for the IH I the doslrp of the Council I

Authorized Motorola Philco Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except B.-ooker. and Steven Pal ( memorial windows. Or. U. S. that something progressivego :: Ss
Service Johnson, Ownw Sunday I Gordon delivered. the dcdion- on out at the Airportnot -
Sales and MakNTV Dance Every Saturday Night tory address: Rev. Watts an l. I, to make money for them-
Service On All STEREO Personal Music of Connie and Rev. John Payne were guests. ::: selvesbut Just so there Is'Iprogress. '|I II
RADIO Steuart U min
The Fireballs Rev. Albert .
COLOR TV A Creative 4 MILES! F.AST OF ister of the church. I asked If
GuaranteedTV Rental Hair Styling Satterfleld: : also ,,
Work KEYSTONE ITKIOI1T8 Rev. and" Mrs.: Albert Steuarl:: him the g14'
would pay
473-431 the City
Keystone Heights Individual Beauty Car I :. t. ;. and family will be on vacation. monthly salary that'
REAL ESTATE_ i e :. August 1731. :Mrs. R same has been receivingfor d
Auto Sales & Service Every Form of Beauty Culture G. Arrownmlth will take amemergency Van Valin of the Airport w 4PCer ti
I LAKE LOTSLake rails. while the maintenance /t
MOTORS Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5; Geneva $3300 (Term) I i 1 I f Rev In nway. He was told that since 1/
SPRING Brooklyn $3500: (Terms) Van Valin has been paying
Lake VnnNetta's bro I I
Closed Monday Mrs. K. I.
) the some
I Trailer Lots $500 up (Terms I II the City about
.. Complete Service & Part For 47S-4MS MORTGAOK: BROKER ther-in-law Mr. and monthly amount for utilities so
Keystone I L. VaaN'etta and) family f
\ APPR.\I' AJ. they had decided rDon't
(Continued on next page) entirely
AllAodatefJl : the exchange of money
"u It's For A VolkswagenWe Electrical Sales &: Service* *. M. Ilgen. 473-4818 and give the utilities
Have It. Capt. R. Lovorn 4734152S.E.McKay : KEYSTONE In exchange for the maintenance -

Always Plenty of flood Used Realtor
- Volkswagens In Stock Yeoman's Electrical KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Drive-In Theatre Immediately after the departure
J Sprint II.-.... Phone. 47a-48lA \ t 19 20 of Satterfield
!1 Green Cove Sales & Service Fr!.. Sa .--' uS( Van Valln. the Council helda

RESTAURANTSBeidler'a special called meeting to

Frlgldalre Appliance MAUREEN OHAHA make a few necessary decis. Your Money Around
;1 AUTO SERVICE Maytag Washer Holiday JAMES STEM-! ions. Clerk Baker called the

Zenith and Motorola TVSUgler THE; RARE roll]) and those present were
KING'S Heater RestaurantUnder FEDDERS I :,,, Thomas Redfearn.: Watkins Now' (the time to begin building; that

Service Station New OwnershipOH. ;:: S EED" Donohoe. and LaRiie. Mayor small sii\injs account into a solid "secur

P. O. Box 1M MelrtMMFhoo PAREDKS! rl .-- .... Nelson who recently underwent ity pool"' that someday will pay for your
USED CARS AT 475-2171 Fine Food :Moderately !"rtceo FLEXHERMETIC WHOLE-HOUSE LJ.: :. tCX.ItOIOI4I7"F'. surgery) was unable to new home or automobile, an education for
PRICES "" OPJUT 7 DAYS WEEKLTFoil be present. Convacatlon was for
TuncnenAla children a secure age your-

ELECTRICAND NURSERY Dlnnur CartIt801I1Ut- F"ood. AIR CONDITIONING Sun., Mon.: Tue*. asked Donohoe by Redfearn.asked that the p your lf' -or any of your other dreams that a

ACETYLENE O.C.Carnes Nursery PIZZA PIES fast. costs less AUK. 21, 22, 23: City Hall be opened on Sat- stead il.v-urowinir.: savings account can
'I _, true!
goes 27. so people help come
; +, WELDING Hlw y 100. riorahome-23MUe 1 Block North of Red LightKifYa'MVnn That Man urday, August books. It
the tax
I MELROSE 475-1131 8E of SUrke FrF.Mta'ra FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL might was agreed see and the hours of SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS
In IstanbulWed.
Nursery Stock -Thousands USED CARSWE 8:00: a. m. till 1:00 p. m.

- MELROSEAuto of Plant St Fruit HAVE GOOD were decided on. KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

Tree to choose from. Nice Redfearn Appliances LaRue reported that one
i Service Shade Tree. Evergreen3t Used Cars and Prices Tracks ., Thur.-AujET. 21, 23 city employee had quit as of F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.
Landscape Plant AU At Saving Friday of this week. The
I: Richard Jane, Pro. In containers plant anyttal. We'll Get It For You It 473-4252 A STUDYIN clerk was Instructed to posta "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
If We Don't Have bulletin]) "
Camellia it azalea notice on the Community.
11 J.Former Owner J. L. Motor Vernon Buff Garage KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. board that the position Is op-

M&cclennJ' Let .. d* rear Und! cplni Hwy. 110 Keystone lists, en. Apparently someone has:

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Intrigued by the possibilities Commissioner Association, number will be 877-6021. also! has Robertson and afternoon.The and children returned to i
Retired EngineerTo with her family but a couple of of hyacinths in our big beau- a swim on Friday
of the Christian retirement closed the seminar on Tuesday From the folks at the been employed In Gainesville weeks with another on in tiful Santa Fe Lake and John Hursts who occupy home in Pensacola. Tlics/ h" !

Direct : community and accepted the afternoon White Feather Court, we Both girls plan to leave next Daytona Beach. Saturday would like each lake dweller to the Jackson cottage spent some enjoyable Imu -

Park-of-the-Palms I challenge.In SUMMER; : READING hear that there Is an alligator week for "Back to College." guest of Mrs/ Roberson was become aware of this nuis- plan to leave our area soon here at the lake with\

recognition of Wllley's PROGRAM: COMES; : TO that has taken up residence Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gro- her daughter Mrs. Alma ance. Each time you see one, for John finishes up his studies while they were home on \ ,
(From Frecefllnu Paftc services to the Greet Air CLOSE In Keystone Lake. We lick of Lake Santa Fe left Price Last ''Sunday Mrs. Rob- please lift it out of the lake at the U of F with the

I Force the late King George On Tuesday afternoon. hope that the Game Warden tills week for Chattanooga erson attend a birthday celebration and cart It off to a dump. end of this trimester. at ion.

wanted., including England.CS'reeie II of the Hellenes decorated August 23. from 3:00: till 5:00p. : will soon have him evicted.Mr. Tenn. taking Mrs. Grollck's Pariah for Mrs. Sara E. This is a better and much Mildred and Randolph Well. neighbors while(

] Egypt: and the UnIt- him with the Golden Crossof m.. frte punch and cookies and Mrs. George father B. T. Hutson to his of Orange Heights. cheaper method than future Owens have stayed out in I are resting-give inc..c1

ed States the Royal Order of the will be ferved: at the Library Schaeffer and younger' former home. After a visit Herbert Harris entered the irradlcatlon. the Coburn Rain cottage Ions : I will be !glad to gel \
In ID31 Mr. WUley was Lake Shore Hospital in, Lake ,
Until next. week l
Phoenix. to all the children who have daughter were In Arlington with relatives they will go Mrs. D. W. Carpenter call- enough; to have caught the,'
sent' by Blackburn Aircraft City last Saturday and was
In one of these ,
I But Bob Willey isn't one been taking part In the on Sunday afternoon visitIng on to Flat Creek, Tenn. to released ed in that on Monday. she perennial disease too- com I drown m I
Co to Greece where he remained on Sunday. --blub, blub. .
to rest on his laurels. A few Summer Reading Clubs. This the newly-weds Mr. and attend the Robert King High and Mr. Carpenter had as pany. Over the weekend. they puddles ) ,
ten be-
nearly years I Mr. and Mrs. John Ross
years from now he hopes to will mark the close of a very Mrs Henry E. Magann. Jr.. Rally. The Huston and High luncheon guests Mr. and had Mildred's mother. !Mrs
iin appointed in 193B as factor vacation in New York will
\bo deserving of a new "mcd- successful program. as it has in their new home. Mrs. Ma- family are native of the area Mrs. Carl Cavendish and )Nora; Wilson of Gainesville: 1
manager of the Greek stay longer than expected. Mr. .'
Stflt4. Aircraft plant In Athens al'* for his efforts In developing inspired 64 chlldl'enfrom Bann! is the former Mary and grew up together.Mrs. Rosa 1 is In the Thompson "Memorial Mrs. Marvin Richards. The her aunt, Mrs. Mangle: : Ad- J. ,II 1Jj; I

In this capacity he work- Par k-of-the-Palms a the first through the 8th Ann Schaeffer.Mrs. Ernest Ahlers, mother Hospital In Canandai- Cavendlshs are here at their kinson and granddaughter I '

ed hand and glove with the Christian retirement commun- grades to use the library Armle Deegan is of Mrs. George LaRue is gua, N. Y. cottage for a two weeks vac- Brenda of Jacksonville! and f

Greek nationalists In their ity on the shores of Brooklyn repularly.!: moving from Pinellas Parkto visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I The I... M. Vincents and ation. They live In Alderson. Coburn. Peggy and Suzy for| _Baptist ;

epic struggle against the Axis Lake.KEYSTONE. Helen Lawrence Library Keystone Club Estates. LaRue for several weeks. Her daughter, Mary were guestsof W. Va. Mrs. Richards, of' luncheon on Saturday Saturday -:, First Baptist Rev J I n

row"rIn Clerk! would appreciate calls She has an 8-year-old son. home is In Baltimore Md. the Fred J. Panacoast's Merritt Island is visiting her'I evening. Guy and Nel- Bowen, pastor' ; Ralph Cop- I

April of 1941. just a few from arc woman who would David and another son in I Mrs. James Cook gave an last weekend. daughter an.1 family while lie Williams of Gainesville land organist. )

days before the enemy marched help serve during those two Germany who is 21. and in afternoon party, in honor of Peggy Rothhammer's Geor- they are in Florida. On Wed- i came out for a visit and dinner Worship services : Sunday.

into Athens, the Willeys hours. the army. Mrs. Deegan is Mrs. Roy Watkins former gia cousin Miss Barbara Wes nesday of last week, the Car- Guy slipped, away and 11 A. m., 7:30: p. m. I muse' y (

,,'erevat'uat.ed by the BritIsh -I HERE: 'N THERE Mrs. Edna Beasley's sister. President of the Woman's ley l la spending a week with penters and their daughter.Mrs. came down for a few minutes open]. Wednesday. 7.30 p m j

Government and taken to HIL1TES Mr. and Mrs. J. O Hanson We hope she will be happyin Club and.:! Director of Interne the Rothhammers while their Dolph Reddish and chil- char. We all used to be' Sunday Srhoo) 9:45: a 'nrmiriery

Egypt where he Joined the spent this past weekend at her new home. Teachers of U. F. The occas- son, Clyde spends a week with dren of Starke. spent a leis- !good friends In openi. Tramim U -

RAF I Royal Air Force] as an Dunedin. with former Key- Attending the Credit UnIon ion was to have Mrs. Cook's the Wesleys, in Balnbrldge. urely day on the beach at St. about fourteen GaineSVille-I' Ion 6:30: p. m. [nuw>ery open, ]
engineer, officer (From preceding: page! ) stoners Mr and Mrs John Meeting In Miami this friends to meet Mrs. Watkins Barbara's family 'Mr. and Augustine. i you know I

Bark in Britain. after the the Karges who now live there. past wekend were Keystoners who has been out of Mrs. Ray Wesley spent a Mrs. Jewel Rose has heard! On Sunday aftel noon. we I -Catholic 1
at. park.
,wai he worked as factory | POST ;\STF.HS ATTENDTR The Hansons were happy to Paschall Carr. Jean and Everett town for some time. Severalof week of their vacation in from Mrs Jo Strandberg this had a short but ,unexpected St. Williams-Fr. E"\\.r.\: i.

mamnrer of an aircraft plantin l \ININC1 fnS.RI :; find the Karges both in good Fox and Herb Nelson. Mrs. Cook's new neighborsalso ; Gainesville and Melrose visit- week. "Aunt Jo", upon being visit with a member of our Kirby. priest In char' \.1. ;

Din: !l1St'otlanrl) I health Sr. Jean said they stayed at enjoyed this social get- ing relatives. discharged from Bradford:: wedding party: In those E. A. Lamm oivani! : : *

In "" 49) hr was\ persuaded ; Postmaster HelfhtR'Gladys Tllli.s of Mrs. Sara McDonald has the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood together.Mrs. Friends of Grant Rothhnm- hospital recently has spent many years ago John Cravey, Sunday-:Mass. 7 ;:10.1> i '/" 1

to r me to the TJS in the i Keystono I ZIP :328j returned from a wonderful, and had a wonderfultime. Granville Clark and flier former resident of Melrose some time recuperating at and his family came over i Monday Inqunv CI.7. i

'nt''.r'.t' of ralsinif relief j 561 and Postmaster William vacation trip "nround the Mrs. Henry Mlckle entertained will ,be glad to hear he, I the home of her daughterand : from Gainesville to picnic at I p. m. Novena and Bc.u/ Uu< to..I.>
I E Baker of Lake Geneva is out of the Veterans Hospital Billie LaMin-: 7:30: :p m.
his aunt. Mrs.
fund' for the Greek-American edge;:: of Florida," as she putIt. at a bridge luncheon last family the Sam Butlersof (
Missionary Society! W hat fZIP 326601 were among the She and her son and his week. The Clarks purchasedthe In Muskogee, Okla., after Ormond Beach. She admits tan ue'. lake place. They I -fnh'rdl'mnnhmtionalCommunity(

was supposed to be a visit of more than 300 Florida attended:! Postmasters the- wife Mr and Mrs. James! A. NEWS NOTES Victor Brust home on several !weeks stay. After a to still feeling weak. were riding; down In our al'ea'' Church I ii: I
who weeks rest at the homeof
months stretched into years annual Training' McDonald, and their four East Lake view Drive. The few but Is hoping to get home I to tee who was whoie! whene A. C Hott. mliiistor: \: (
second his :Mr. and Mrs.
as Mr Willey accepted work sons started down the East (From Preceding Page! Clarks formerly lived in daughter, shortly I halle-l: them down and, Georqe Canovn onranlst
Seminar held In Gainesville Dale Price of Tulsa the Rothhammer's -
as chief tool engineer nnS=' Coast Gainesville Mlckle Mr. and remlnenced a bit Sure enjoyed '
and made their first and Mrs. Mrs. S. K. Jack- Sunday School. 9-30
August 8 and 9. at the Unl- Palms on August II. Mr. and plan to return to : i m I
factory engineer and factory verMtv of Florida. stop at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Henry Fluegges. managers lived there temporarily for Florida. Mrs Rothhammer Is son and Patsy of Gainesvillewere same' On Saturday.I 1IornlngVorshlp.. 11 a ml I

mannttei-. with Bellanca Aircraft I Dean Alan Robertson. McDonald's brother and wife. : of the Villa Plumosa. three years. spending, a couple: of weeks out to their cottage for' my sister. Mrs. Buddy Kelly! l Nursery open both hours
Corporation in NewCastle .Mr. and Mrs J. U. Donald 1
University Developmf-nt and daughter and: family arrived Harlow Fuller of Park-O- visltlftg her brothers and sis
Dela I Rplitions of the University. son of Vero Beach. They last week from Lima Peru. Palms underwent a second ters in Long Beach Calif. for _.

Other aircraft positions': opened the seminar on Mon- went on from there to Miami As Rev. Norman Mydske is operation last t Tuesday at a family reunion.
followed the latest' for a visit. and then to
from St. Vincent's Hospital in
day morninz Following a to be furloughed In October.
which he has lust retired Flamingo on Cape Sable In Jax. Friends have been advised vyyyyyyyyyyyYVVYYTYYY'SINDIA.N I
the ;
general session led by C. they came early to put JACKSONVILLE BUSINSDJCTOY
the Everglades; National Park.
being program manager: forNASA Banks Olnddrn.! Regional four daughters in school In that the doctors
Test Lab with -the southernmost point on
projects I
Director. Post Office Department the USA.D. thought he might be able to BEACH ,
Hayes International the East Coast (not countingthe
Corpor- return home In eight or nine
Atlanta, Ga.. the post T. Harvey. Director of
ation in Florid Keys.] They had
Birmingham. Ala.
masters were divided into several boat trips then went the Florida Pioneers of Park- days.Mrs. (Lake Santa Fe) ANTIQUES HEARING AID PET: SHOP :
Mr Willey is a brother of
small groups. according to O-Palms arranged for a spec- Harold Reddick and

O. T (Tom] Willey. vice class of office. Study on a on Chockoloskee.the TaMiaml the southern-trail to ial program given entirely by three children of Clearwater Mr.. Jack; F. Miller, Sr. jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ j ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing :SeeSONOTONE;; -- THE I

president and general man- variety of subjects completely Rev. and Mrs. Mydslce. Hen- spent the day with Mrs. A. H. i Kongo Pet Shop }
most point on the Florida | j ;
ager of the Martin Aircraft Bought-Sold
filled the two days with ry Fluegge accompanied themon Lagasee. Mr. Reddick Is the Appraised (
-plant at Orlando and chair- courses being offered on Fi!- West friends Coast.In Then on to visit the piano. when they Clearwater High School] A deeper "hello" to you| Furniture-China' -Glass Poodl, l\Jdtl'qI.J.at: 1

man of the Governor's Committee nance. Mall Classification. then to Cedar Boca Key Grande before and rendered a number of native Coach and was attending an all this week -and I don't Silver--Brass-! -Oil PaintingsOne OF JACKSONVILLE"The POODLE GUOOXINO ;
of 100. 1 Personnel athletic at U of F. Is I
Delivery Service. meeting that voice
I songs. Their present Missionary mean my Piece House
coming home. or a Full :
It was through his brother Manpower Control, and Sec I station is Radio Del Pac- Mr. and Mrs. James Brice changing I simply mean ,I Strongest and Smallest Sweaters Collars, Tag*.

that Bob Willey became &c-t tional Center Operation. Improved On Sunday evening, Les, Iflco sponsored by The and three children of Tampa that we have had a LITTLE loa Ward Antiques Hearing Aid in the World" Pet SuppliesBirisFbhHinn..ter

quainted with the work of postal service is the Edna and Marian Beasley Evangelical Alliance Mission and Mrs. J. A. Brice of Barney rain out our way! 3572 Only ('0. Hearing Aid Made. .. i 1\
moved to St. Johns
Tallahassee. Ave.
22: 'VeRtIonroe;
"Plorlda Gospel Pioneer. Tom objective of all courses. I TEAM I of which Rev. My- Ga. were house guests of The A. Spurlocks of Gainesville .
Willey is a member of the This Is a voluntary program time permanently becauseof I! d.ske Is the Director. The Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kennedylast have spent their vac- Jacksonville 387-1379 Jacksonville 353-1463 DallV &: Sun. 10-8 P.M.

board of this group which in which the Individual Mr. Beasley's work which highlight: of the musical portion week. ation out at their trailer Call Collrct m ,,
is mostly In Tallahassee. Closed
For Tuesday
was organized ten years ago Postmaster participates at of the program was the Cheerleader Captains, Susan during the first part of this I I' | t

for the primary purpose of his own expense, with the have many been years,Keystone's the Beasleys"FirstFamily' duet sun? by the Mydskes of Bird and Elaine Lovornare month. Daughters Judy had: | ,Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP! 8939 Hftrlona; R
constructing churches i n Post Office Dept. furnishing native composition inspiredby lining up with the Foot- complained about never' SectionW.
areas of Florida where the instructors. In charge of arrangements Les was our the composer in a dream ball Team Captains for Fall catching any fish: she then WESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY
Mayor for so long. Both he I :
need was not being adequately !' was host post- and his wife have been activeIn and written after midnight.The practice. The Team has three went out to try again and Inc. Jacksonville( 781-2800 .

met. master Paige; Pinnell of church Myskdes have been in captains. Johnnv Moon. Stefan did a bang-up job that SHOP Inc.A .
and civic affairs, 'OR-OIWAXS:
When David Harvey, presl- Gainesville who made sure and will be Lima five years, a city that Brokas and Chester Glenn. time- she can now boast of AUTHORIZED DEALER I
missed. Edna
..dent of FOP. heard that Bob that postmasters went to wants everyone In \ never ha.j a raInfall. vegetation ; Pam Knight i Is the Captainof Retting: not one but TWO I I Complete. Line of :Mason &: ilamlln Piano' ; J

Willey might be wooed by retirement school in the traditional Heights to know that Keystone they Is by irrigation, from the the Malorettes. baas on the line at the same Sale".0): ,. Part* Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies Hammond Organs (rI I

from his job withHayes dormitory-cafeteria style. are always welcome at the Andes Mts. streams. They Mrs. William') Reed's brother time. Some beginners have I !Service VtJI: : Body Shop '--Specializing; in Radio Magnavox Organs t tUl"ou

Corporation he set out Jack Durrance, member of new Beaslev menage at 1209 left Lima in winter time and and wife the Frank Hicken all the luck. I'd say! Open 8 a.m.--.3pm. Controlled Models Get A Good Deal 4tF.o.MILLERjrJs- 1

"it-- Interest him in coming 00dlt'ect the Alachua Commission and !I Seminole Drive In Talahas- have experienced a hot and of Ocala spent their vacation The "company" disease S p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday arid Equipment 1 1iF.
activities at Park-of- Former state president of the' rainy summer In Florida. with Mr. and Mrs. I
has finally moved from
away 1150 LAKE AVE. ('SOUTH '
.,the-Falms Bob Willey was see. and their new telephone Rev. Mydske refers to the Reed at their Lake Brooklyn our area and It seems to Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 Open Evenings till 9 P.M.: iF. /.0

remarkable and progressive home. have landed smack In the Albert I n.liit *
602 So. Edgewood ,,.,,,. ,.._'
I changes in all of Latin Mrs. Nettle Smith motherof VanNetta's lap. Theyhave Parrish MotorsSALES Jacksonville 388-8662 ii 'i or IB rijm

I I America in the past two or Mrs. William Warren en- had In the neighborhood JIU.k..n\Ue! .
three years. Today "The tered th. J. Hlllls Miller of some 1
fifty guests
;i i I Doors of Opportunity are Medical Center last Tuesdayfor this summer and If could :Men's & :
. Portable I you Hoy's Went SEWING; :MACHINES
or ; getJbplhin wide open" and the "awakening tests and possible sur just taste some of this good "'Wj /'-

r; r$ and evangelistic depth Is woman's dreamy cooking and PARTS -
) ( in one with a Smith-Corona. astounding::! ; ," said the speakI gery.Mrs.. Irene Schrelner was bread baking; would add "Quality Clothe for ;Men an SINGER: ALT. ZIG/.U, '
f; I "Today it is the Open home from Gainesville for their you to i I 32 Years As A Dealer Boys< Since 1919" Like New in 4 Dr. Cnu! ,.., :t '
company fifty
:Yi the portable that's < St. HatsJIcGregor
***. +, \ IJKW- Bolivia alone Iwkson\; ;Month
Christianity a home there In orderto not complaining" of their Phone 366-5654 Gold "*Cup Sox $72 or $3.00 Per ]
doubled In membership In be nearer her Beauty Cul- company for son Wavne and I

.. : i 4 one year. ture College where she Is an his family came up from Ft Automatic Transmission Complete Formal \\ear RentulQlounqfficnsShop Ideal Sewing Center

Rev Mvdske has been Instructor. Mvers recently. Their Rood

working with p officials- U_ of_ friends the Dub Kendrlcks Automatic ALL MAKES ;
both State and Church In and two daughters! also of New and Utv" 'd MktUIIt:
this Radio missionary field I Transmissions & 848 Cassat Ave \
I Melrost Ft. Myers were up to the U 349 Main Corner DuvaJ
He said "it Is not what you or F for a coaching seminar Motor ExchangeBIG Jacksonville I .ad.nnIIIp! ,'!18I--! >H71 1
know but who you know." ( '
Dub Is a football coach I TRACK SKUVlfK:: :
and with the former President D.DDYV.LT _
i there) and came over to join I /
of Chile and other I II (From preceding page) In a big barbacue. Mr Van- Remanufactured Transmissions MOTORCYCLESHONDA RAY'S }

I evangelistic minded people I Nitro W. Va. were guests fora Netta's brother. Bill and his Motors

the spread Is ever widening" week. Recently her daughter family from Nitro W Va. By Quality Craftsman TRACK SERVICE 1

I It took two revolutions and:! 'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dod- spent some time visiting; 2097 'V. Beaver: St. I

I I a written permit to establish i iI son and family of Hogans- here. also. They had head Jacksonville 353-4771 Portable Track Press Service
!I their present "Short Wave vllle, Ga. were guests for a quarters with sister-in-law MOTORCYCLES Welding! /
Transmitting" service called I I week. Her Is l''Il'd' Crawler I
eon expected Gladys VanNetta on Melrosp CAMPERS All Models-Nothing Down Bulltloxrrs &
I "The Portable Missionary ''Sunday Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. Bay. but came out for some' Merchants Green Stamps "We'll Keep 'em Rolling", ;

.. ;I ." These small Instruments I A. Van Netta of Fairfax. Va. fishing$ Or as Bill !says -I I Cribbs Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. 7287 W. Beaver '
I Campers
I' are placed In far and for about 10 days. Mr. and wishing that the bass do ) MondaY-Friday Jacksonville 3BB-4fi'Jl I
remote for miles :airs.: G. W. VanNetta of
area and I
better next time!
Little Suzy Del-Rey Campers 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
I miles of the country: side. Gainesville were house guestsfor and Duke VanNetta visited' Saturday and Wednesday TROPICAL) FISH 1

They are tuned to Radio the weekend. with their grandparents fora Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY;
Rev. and Mrs. A. Steuart'eguest
Channel. Wheaton College 50 MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
couple of weeks this sum- .
member College Band pre- last week were Roe's Skamper Convertibles MOTORS & CYCLES
sented concert under sister Mrs. Emma Decker and mer.The 4949 .
a these childrent Jimmy Gills, Sr. Trodm-Hunk Financing( Blanding Blvd.
of Stuart. Fla. This
auspices. brought their children. Jim 6408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville 771-8211: I
week their guests are Al's sis Complete Aquarium Suppll-
The colored slides showed ter Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Branch Jr. and Sarah and their fam- Jacksonville 388-9343 Imported Fish All Specie I

General DeOaulle leading a and three boys of St. Peters lies down on Wednesday of CALL OR COME BY

.' : by SMrrH-CORONAL' giant parade: Billy Graham burg. last week for a long weekendof CHAIN SAVSMiddleburg :MUSIC Mon.-Sat 10 a.m__ tn. R n!D.U .
held a crusade in Lima, and
activities. Jim. Joan.
Rev. Gene Carter and famIly Sunday 2to 8
',': : I '- The Coronet gives you ad the speed, ease and vondbr ef three of the converts are now of Chieftand are vacation Matt and DeeDee were down Chain Paulus Music Co. We Order Any Fl Available p.m.

,.- _vIp. electric typing ..at only a little more than the cost of working in the Station. Beau- ing in :Mclroae.Mr. from Jacksonville while| Saw SalesHOII'ILITE 913 S. F.dcewood ATP.
tifully landscaped SuperMarkets ( and Mrs. J. O. ''Mann's Sarah. Winter. Paul and Stephen -
ordinary portable. ; Band & Jacksonville! 388-9404
-.4.- *f3** #, : : String Instruments _
under the Alliancefor
.. Tuesday guests were their came down from Deca- | .
I Gibson
<' 'w-4< -'--. ... Progress and Rockefeller daughter, Mrs. Emma Grover tur, Ga. There was room and I, Money Makin Chain Saws School Guitars &: Amplifiers .WESTERN: STORE_
Foundation given visual evidence 'and two children: and three fun for all since the last HALES & SERVICE SuppUes-Instruction,

f'\ FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the same of progress. Sadly. great grandchildren, Johnny. "tennants" I termites) had I Parts and Repairs All Makes I. Music Roberts Recorders LITTLE DUDE

'U-. as on office electrics: plus full-length up-front tabu though, hidden in coves and Andy, and Ntsa Depot of been removed since the last Toro & Yazoo Power MowersRt. Library-Expert
":=.. Jation Set, clear tabulate from the keyboard. crevasses of the mountain Starke. visit.Mr. 21 Middleburg! 282-5050 Repair Department Western Store

5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS _' are abominable slum area Rev Alfred B. Vaught pastor and Mrs. Earl Voyles 41 V.'. :Monroe St. "\Vh-re You'll
frail bamboo huts and utter of Seminal Methodist had Mrs. ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville
Voyles neice Mr. 355-8447
J -u_ --r 's at your:fingertip command: spaces, dots,dashes, X's and. poverty and distress. Church of St. Petersburg and Mrs. Hugh Deal and thing For the Horse

LEARN TO TOUCH-TYPE underlines. Type faster electrically Following the meeting Mr. Beach visited his uncle Ray family down from Atlanta Peavy Brothers 3310 Briu-h Blvd. Enthusiast"

IN ONLY TEN DAYSI PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch II Harvey Invited the guests to Blrt last week. Ga. for a few days recently. Western Clothing -LI'a ther-

Get 5 LP records and Instruc- that Phases you, and electricity: does the wade: "print enjoy fellowship while light Visiting the R. M. Casons Daughter Peggy will cele- Electric Co. Jacksonville 393-3091 goods Saddles and Trailers

tioo pages in a handsome case perfect every time! refreshments were served in last Sunday waa their niece, brate her 18 birthday on I Charles & Sharon PettyDO'

for only $3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE Page Cage'Th Ca y-SetTY the dining\ room. Mrs. Bertha Pierce of Starke Saturday of this week. I ask- ''I LECTRIC !MOTORSPoId8ervicedRepaired MUSIC! InstrumentsMARVIN So. F.dlfewoodve..
chase this and her daughter :Mrs. :Mary .J.ll'hnnvute 384-1210!
handsome new Adjustment Forward-Glide top deck Quick Sctn! Mar- PERSONALSCommunity Lane of Jacksonville. Their ed in our phone conversationif Generators. .Starters 1-
South-Corona portable! gins, and a deluxe Trimlin TM carrying case.: Church folk guest Sunday also was their the old adage about IS Alterations- WELL DRILLINGPARTRIDGE
were happy to see the Misses _
KEEP IN! FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KINO Of ELECTRICAL LJVINS Carol Baker, daughter of Mr. Palatka.daughter Mrs.Another J. V. daughterMrs. Ford of or birthdays not and was all true I got In was her case"No I Armature Rewinding KAY'SMusic

and Mrs. William Baker of 4044 Lenox Ave.
comment. So Happy day for Center
Evelyn Thigpen of East
Lake Geneva, and Virginia Jacksonville 387-2528 Well Drilling Co.
: Only $159-36 Palatka visited with the Cn- you. Peggy dear.
... .. Campbell daughter of Mrs. sons last Saturday. One of our "southend"lake FLOOR COVERING Fender Gratsoh &: Vox Guitars

"lus Tax Elizabeth Campbell home Mr. .and Mrs. George R, neighbors.: Mrs. Funk, King. Rattan and Selmer ROCK .ARTESIAN: : WELLS

from Montreat College\ in Wodey's son and wife ),11', called in a request for this j Looking for Band Instruments Complete Electric Water
Montreat N. C. This Is a and Mra. George Wodey arrived column. She had tried with Ludwig Sling-erland, Rogers
Christian College and Vir- Saturday for several no luck at Clay Electric to better carpetitHOC Drums IRKNUTIOV Systems

BRADFORD ginia received. last year the days vacation get this Item Into the "Kilo- \ ie FIIFI.VAXCIXa
TELEGRAPH first Community Church Mrs. Ada Roberson: has arrived watt." but the person In Rrpwira on :5880 Hyde Grove Ave.

Scholarship. She has had a home after a summer i charge of same referred thiseoncernej i't I 400 :MAIN ST. JacksonvilleCull
very short vacation as she vacation to 'UI. Blast Coast. ,
_t lady to our peas! 24 AH. dowow* Jacksonville 353-0933 Collect 3H'JU38P' !
-- works In the College Library.. She spent one week with a bility She i U quite concerned'!.

Carol hi enjoyed a summer eon .In Melbourne George H. over the possible be' innln ;. - = -- -- -T==-- ..- -

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best to make your bulb pur- vases clean and free of bacterial
of plant food at
) slime. Use onequarterteaspoon
Intervals after chase elsewhereIf I
two Chlorox or similarbleach
disease spots show up on

4 k4rt 1! r' jt planting.Spread the fertilizer on leaves of the plants, spray oncea ,, bacteria.In the water to control

week with zlneb or muneb the
eao both aides of the row about water In.
This will prevent the healthy Also, change
Inches from the plants and
six third day
plants from getting' Infected.In I the vase every
and work into the soil sur- of the
inch or more
cut off an
the warm weather keep an I
Make No Little/ Plans" root face System.without Water well after eye out for thiips. To control base of the stems at that time.
fertilizing to carry the fertilizer them apply a weekly dust of

't lindane, nmlathlon or DDT
I into the root zone.
In many Florida cities and towns, of vigor and new life into every neigh- 1,4 diseases, purchase In making the applications CARD OF THANKS-<
To prevent
;.is well as; those throughout the nation borhood of the community. What is only clean bright follow the manufactw'el's"directions The kindness and sympathy -

the words; of Daniel Burnham, true of the great cities' is true-on asmaller corms. Usually, small corms, carefully of neighbors and trendsIn

(Chicago's great pioneer city-planner, scale-of the lesser cities and one inch In diameter, are When blossoms! begin cutt-to our recent sorrow will always -
be too hasty
are proving their truth : toss ns. healthier than larger corms. dhow don't home u.se.! Allow remain' with us as a
The Times: "Fifty mil- Dull, dark husks Indicate old ing them for \
little have Concludes
"Make no plans; they no Our sincere -
at least l 2 lower florets to open precious memory.
magic to stir men's; blood and probably lion dollars is a lot of money. Yet in corms ,which' might carrydiseases. I fully before cutting the spikes. thanks to the Bradford

themselves will not be realized." St. Petersburg's future this is only : Gladiolus will lust about a I County Hospital staff, The

The headlines; tell the "tory-almost seeikorn. The new life which will there If. are In 1lot more of than 100 two corms or I week! in the home For this I Wallace Thlgpen. Sr family.

daily new announcements are made of spring from a rebirth of vibrant 'I three shriveled by rot It's long laslinu beauty, keep the I

imaginative rehabilitation programs growth of the downtown area will I

deigned to revitalize the heart of ailing mean! many times $30-million: in an ....,.,.. q,

downtown districts; that have been expansion) which will sweep all South 1'F r::' "f'. I

blow Pinellas and inevitably lead to a sim- ;; ', "
delivered a near-death by shop-\} \ I '>>J'' T
pint centers! ; in the surburbs. stimulation\ throughout the :! .. ..."f .
''''.,.J. T'f' ----t...,.. .
Orlando and St. Petersburg arf! county. &i\f ............. _.. '1 r r .
of .5
Starke's rejuvenation course .r...
among the latest to announce\ plans -', "$ .
would cost only a fraction of the ex- ,
for such developments on a bold and ( r

imaginative scale. What cities of t their' penditure planned in St. Petersburg.And "" ''' ... 'lfI." "

size can do on a massive\ scale towns of this fraction! the Federal government _..... ', I :' ,

our size; can! do to a lesser\; degree. could be expected to pay two- I3k 't). .," (,

St. l'etet'burgolinaneial; \ and bu.-i- thirds of the cost of some types of ,. t r'.f .

ness; leaders the members of the City projects, and up to three fourth of ?i ) .t ; ";.
h [
Council, and its City Manager: have others.I .f i n IiI. !

just (disclosed plans for a great; central I jest:' of all, the city already has .';' ) :

in the bank" toward future .. .. ::
centered around the "money '""" t''
development;\ form ,. ;;...f .. 7 '. .
urban renewal projects in the Ii\\ .
Federal I building. They are aheady .> -r" /

bold. ami courageous) of credits accruing to its account from I, '7t"
taking visionary; .. ,
: '
; .
steps to turn this $50; million dream the expenditure of public funds disposal:'on l K&**?: .fr'i\ WsSL.A L. .......... .
project'lsuch' as newage
into reality.As .
the St. Petersburg Times notedon facilities during the past threeyears. I IOUI' Let's Get Going! OUT OF THE PASTTime
be used ;
These credits may
its editorial page last! Saturday.

previous plans for a sweeping downtown ( share in obtaining matching Federal Time was when Lotto Avenue (lookingwtwt) presented. this. appoarunow to the

advocated l funds for city planning and other medium Itiuik on. the corner (where l'rlest'e. Her.
redevelopment t first t ( W. Andrews. say that glads on \ visitor. In Lawtey Flu. The Ijiutey Stale
lory Thomas, O. unit
renewal projects.The home
needed urban and the
about ten years ago l failed because; badly( Request was made by Rep soil need another applicationof "!Ice Million. l Is. hoc'ut.11 l now). the KIM 17)) light on the inner,
of decision will come on fROM OUR ... old. At the far
day taint SO
"its time t had not yet come. C. C Butler fertilizer about five weeks buggies. nil date thin picture. post ram an being at years

Says' The Times' :: "It has taken the September 13 when Starke citizens go FlIESJANUAHV after planting.! On very sandy end of the IrmHluulfNl, avenue may he glimpsed, the old Robert home now oc-

businessdistrict to the polls and vote in a referendum Men's Club appointed will grow better I .
slow: decline of the( central Business soils the glads cuplwl) by :>ln Erne Miner

since the mid-50'.s() to hammer which, if approved will authorize the committee to boost the If offered at least three .....-:....
city to participate in urban renewal State Farm road and an air-
home the lesson' that little piece-meal}) j
Starke: C. H Nas- + -
could not arrest the inexorable miLtching-fund! programs.: port for

attempts erosion; ( of the area.: Contrary to popular belief !such' [ : 5. 1931)) worthy, S. ; Crews.C. A. N.Knight Sternberg and, DIRECTORY
Un- A
nothing in the BUSINESS
"There have been many little improvement program ited States are Since inception new of the Urban The Starke Independentslost W. J. Epperson. AR!EA

) plans advanced in the past: ; their New Year's Day -

several years" continues: The Times."Hut Renewal Program in the Housing football game! to the Jacksonville GROCERY PRICES:: White

not Act of 1919, almost: a thousand American Stlngarees 28-0. on the only
as tturnham predicted] they bacon. Be (apparently Equipment
only failed to stir the blond of the communities have received Fed- I the municipal gridiron. Red- kind eaten) picnic ham. lie: Conditlonin -lIeatin 1 11 teauty Academy !LADIES WEAR Office

community but were not themselves: eral assistance in eliminating blightedareas grave. Parker and Inman butter. 21c: salmon. 2 tall I Air

and replacing them with sound plaYed i a good game for the cans, 25c: oranges, dos lOo: RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Cherry'sOalnesvllle'8 Hancock Office

realized and desirable new development. The locals in the back posItion Bread, 1, 10 & 12; 8 o'clock
"It has; been only since City :Manager has been made in stopping Mullet Smith. Starke's huge coffee, lOc: oleo. 10c; rice. 9IDS. Authorized Airtemp Beauty Academy Most Fashionable EQUIPMENTSmlthCoronAuthorlzed

Andrews showed what could he progress; that and in aiding lineman, also did commendable .. 21c: flour 12 Ibs. 45cLet's Heating & Air Condttli/nlng 1 Learn a Professlo In Your Address For Ladles

accomplished: by the Area Improvement blight and decay work. This game closed SHEET METAL I Span Time.. Full or Part Time DRESSES-SUITS-COATSMATERNITY
public lilJnu'y.Bayfl'ont municipal growth and improvement the season for the Independents. Itvftidenlal CommercialIndustrial .
; new CLASSIC!: ToUlU
KVF.NINO Victor-
has convinced people throughout the 1 DAY & WEARACCESSORIES Clary
swimming ".t58ALF "ll
the splendid
Center, ; Machine C&11
Nation that urban communities: can Bale*- Installation Low Tuition Terma I Adding
pool) beach and other recrea- oetlGaraemng N.W. 10th Ave. : )
) 21
of North: Shore act successfully' to improve their physical APPROVAL OIVEN 2702:! -
tional developments ADDITION TO COURTHOUSE Gainesville 3720714AUTO dalnenvllla 878-S789 7 W University Gainesville
environment. BIG
Park that excitement began to dispel) I SAVE: TIME Dtocuas :Fe"nqu'rf'.nents
renewal has become a famil- An addition to the first.
Urban : t with us
and theirleadel'o
of the people ( SAWS
the lethargy
13yem's. courthouse was approved -
of life in the past county
raise theirsights. iar part city I
n'11 :\ and cause them to the Civil Main St. Gainesville
of dilapidated this week by SALES&RERVICE: 523:! N.
." (End quote). The replacement Works Administration. Total By Hervey Hharps.! Editor A. & J. Saw MUSTANG Phone 376-3551:
useful buildings
structures by ,
Somehow this; has: a familiar ring. : estimated cost of the projectis Florida. Agricultural Extension .
Starke. serving a wide variety of purposes has with $9,111.10from ServiceGrowll JEEI & Mower Co. Homes Inc.
About ten or twelve years; ago $11.000. 4 Wheel Drive Mobile ,
municipal Family of
tno."a, .l. bitten by the planning bug\ been accepted as; a necessary CWA funds and the I Joe Anderson Mgr. PAINT& CLASSLiddell

tpum fl'llm'the University function by the residents of many rest from the county ipAMCI.ERAmerica's Gainesville's Lwount Mobile.

and a of survey; Florida: graciously; came oerand tu"n>l and cities, both large and small. / ( gladiolus, in the Finest Economy CarSALES Homelite Chain Sawn Home Sale Lot. Paint &

revisionof Urban renewal has become recognized The Lawtey CCC Camp home garden Is easy. SERVICE SALES & SERV1CISRepairs : Volume, purchases for our entire -
; .
.. mapped out a sweeping as I a continuing process involv- football team continued Its Corms commonly called AND & Parts All Makes chain guarantees savingsof Glass Co.
the (Call Street business (district; march of victory by capturing will pro- TRACTOR hundreds of dollars.
multitude of activities such as bulbs planted now Co. GRAVELY many
including pedestrian; malls: off-atwt ing a blighted the Florlda-QeorgU Conference duce A splash, of color in 60 Ridgway Motor SALES & SERVICE: on the quality home of your KYANI7E PAINTSGUmMirrorsSlldinc
and redeveloping
}parking] planted area, and other im- conserving) title defeating the 90 days. These tall stem choice.
to DoorTub -
neighborhoods;, rejuvenating downtowncommel'cial Waycross, Ga. CCC team 7-0 have eye appeal. They 1132 S. Main 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville 4830: N.W. 13th: Si. 441 NorthGainesville :
provements."Hut beauties
} creating hew industrial '- Phone 372-3.)** 378-1348 Enclosures-Shower! Doers:
areas, hard-fought game on garden ,
the time had not come. In a attract attention as a Gainesville J12-8433 I ..
not and commercial sites, and pro- New Year's day. The Lawtey bouquet in the homeor Just Off Waldo Road -Wln lows-Awnln-Carpe
yet ,
citizens a
Starke and its; were flower Storefront
viding land for new schools, parks, I 11 has not lost a game this arrangement for the : tlotoitycleaScooteraStreit's. Waupaper-
able to see the handwriting on the and cultural centers. season nor has It been scored an B & G Motors Co. CONCRETE .PRODUCTSINSIST Ce 8uUaUon.
not prepared to admit playgrounds, church.For Shop
wall were yet CADILLCOLDSIOBILESALES : Bicycle
is available upon colors plant ALL YOUR Sixteenth St.
would Federal grant assistance a blend of THAT 116 N.W.
that the next few SERVICEFine
in planning ahead I varieties of glads. & PRODUCTSARE HONDA MOTORCYCLES GAINESVILLE 872-8191
communities several CONCRETE
steady decline in the number to help blackened pickle dated of Used Cars
bring a ; urban renewal A Start with June Bells or Selection THE BEST. FROM Cuthman & V wp Scooter
of businesses, > : on Call Street and a for the many different 1 1882. was found beneattt a for a snow Taken On Cadillac Trade I
require and to preparetimephased Bradford White FriendshIp Edward's Building Ducutl)-BSA! -Zundapp
actions they sidewalk on
steady increase' in \acant buildings.\ mingle in a few 441
: Rl. Service t
white display. N.W- ; 13th. Sales &:
Z001 <
schedules for carrying Bank corner by CWAworkers Motorcycles!--
Intervening years;\ \ have brought a ; last week. The men, corms of Hopman.s Glory or) PRONE 376-731S: Supply, Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES

rude awakening, however. and Starke out these actions findIng Spotlight variety for a splash Locksmith & Safe Work
about -
now. like St. Petersburg and manyother "Make no little plans; they have" no had money been joking around the bank of yellow. 'Add Valeria or San 718 S. I'Jaln-312.48U 818 W. University Ave. Neon Signs, Inc.

towns: and cities, ha' come to magic to stir men's blood building when the nickel was Soucl for red hues and plant Pinna Performance OAPTmVILLg. FLA. r.alneavllle :3767761MOTORCYCLES
The time has come to "thing big" Elizabeth the Queen for a "Sign Up With Williams.
recofjnixe( the validity of the rule discovered W. A Colley, fore- SAAB
concerning the future of Starke.Do I dash of lavendar. MOTORS;;
municipality without a dynamic man ald. ELECTRIC PLASTIC--NEON! SIGNS

vigorous; heart is not a city at all. !but ) we want a decentralized loosely- For feminine pink select. Spick a SAIJES AND SEKVICB TilECYCLE Sales.ServlceMalntanaseErectionsAlterattews
knit non-descript community of sur- Charles Imbach. Scoutmaster few corms of ELECTRIC
collection of shopping cen-
merely a Beauty. USED CARS SHOP
centers;, I announces that a reorganization and Span or Phantom CLEAN or Ows"772O
scattered "Yonr Designs
ters with little, if anything, to bind burbs and meeting of the Gladiolus thrive best in a Motor Repair Co.
them together. or do we want a town "with a I Boy Scout TI'oop0111\ be held I \\oell-drained soil In a sunny 1031 S. Main CaltiMVlll O( Gnn.nvllli, Ice NORTON. BULTACO N.E. 2Oth Way

The Times points out that everymetropolis a. beautiful modernized central I tonight Friday I I at the location.To Phone 378-2136 DUCATI BRIDCTEaTONIBMOTOROYOLKS OalnesvUU

; that has: revitalized its business) district that will unify the I courthouse at 7 o'clock. prepare a bed for plant- RepairingRwwlndinj and Used Day. S72-6M( ) Nitsa 374.MI4,

central city- Chicago, I IIo-Mon, New: community and send new life bloodpulsing Ing, cultivate thoroughly and New

Haven Philadelphia. Atlanta, to name into every nook and cranny? A committee composed of remove all weeds and trash Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED: Oompletn." Service Jk Part.

The choice U i our. The answer will H. H. Lewis. W S, Sibley, Mark off the rows in the plan New & Used machines in stock) TILES & PAINT
few has experienced spread' GainesvillePhone
only a : to form a 103O S. Main
Prevail Inc.
September 13. George/ Cone, and R R. ting Easy Financing Term
come on will add additional ST2-8318 ,
appeared before the City design Available FLINTKOTE<< TIUB
a beauty at blossoming time OMC CENTER
Council Jan. 2. presenting\ TRUCK Ave
Ef.W.< 8tb
petition: asking that the city' In well-drained or very FARM EQUIPMENTSanta 8X4 Vinyl-Vinyl AslxwtM
. Ammunition council soil prepare a two or PONTIAC Gainesville 378-368
Of Guns And fence the town. The sandy Ave. O lnegvilli\ ProductsDrBALITK
8th Finishing
for plantingOn 220 N.W. Floor
advised that same would be three inch trench '

taken under advisement and clay or organic tolls place _372-2583_ Fe Tractor, .MOVERS PAINT-
. at along the graded road leading( from corms ground level and
The recent horrifying() massacre ( if these was any chance to the Inc. Moving

. the Unhersitv of Texas brings to mind 2:50: to Highway 16. get some help from the CWA mound up the earth at least CRANE 4V Long. Local Distance Drayage GYM FINISH

with renewed force( \ a letter receivedsome "This modern day of law enforce they would try to get a project four Inches over the "bulbs"Set lOOI'l-\fr.RC1KY-< : roaD Storage Packing (Crating Tile & Paint

month, by The Telegraph ment brings two question to my; approved.The the corms firmly into- Authorized Sale A Service Tenney
ago the soil, four to six Inches a- University GaInesville Farm Tractors & ImplementiFord Shipping
from a disturbed reader in Ormond mind: that are two to sod B. Industrial Machinery 2222 N.W. .th St.
was in rows\ 372-4201
1 How do these children gain strawberry season Phone
. fieach. said: officially opened in a small three feet npait. Drive< FREE ESTIMATES 378-1302
Wheel Gainesville
ImportsVolvo 4
arsenal of such Crane's LANDROVKR:
of Starke unite oflccess/ to an \ Is finished.
"I visit> the city I I way. with the shipping of When planting PARTS, SERVICE MOVING
Merc ten and love it very much. I think tude? 1 several crates of berries during rake In a commercial fertilizer ( I

the golf course is just grand except "No. 2-Tlow do they escape being 'I the past week As far as l: such an a 4-8-8 i fNPKl 1 FIAT 1QLLMTAN 4198 N.W Sixth Gainesville & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL_

arrested ?" 1 I learned R. P. Jones on the side> of the beds but Galnesvlll<
for some juveniles who nearly every could be I 2201 N. Main Phone 376-2S48 S.VI N-.K. W lila Rd.Oitln .
to 500 Xo comment. I: of Lawtey was flrttt In the not directly over the corms. 372-4373
Sunday discharge from two Phone _vllle 372-4t71
Z't' pounds of of Travel
t county to ship a crate. It Use about House
rounds of high-powered ammunition was a 32-pint crate and plant food per 100 feet of GARDEN SUPPLIES INC.

. brought $643 120c pint! E. row. V/ater the area to dis- UJTO SALVAGE!=! :MUSIC

E TVoTmftn of Starke believeshe olve the fertilizer. Johnson & Faris, Inc. MUSICCo. IIU.IN1S!: I
- 4\.9R4/4, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH set the record up until By selecting! varieties or LIPHAM STEAMSHIP!

Tuesday for picking the great- planting on alternate weeks; Paul's Auto SalvageWe Complete Line of Inc., ft. R.tHotcU
1879 .
of berries 42 It U possible to extend flowerIng -
est number Wrecked Cars At EEDSPLANTSinseetfcldeeel Rentals!
(snvt pinu, which netted him $4 00. over a considerable period Buy VAL LIPHAM !
N % ItO /) EDITOR AND PUBLISHERFLORIDA'S awaiting for the flower PRICES 5appuseFERTILIZERS )
i Wj'ESTABLISHED(.I) OKQXNSPfU'MSGuitars Weekdays *::30 to
)\ I to show, keep the PIANOS -
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY The County Commissioners spikes All Make: < A Model
C/...... OLDEST WEEKLY MASTHEAD will launch a drive to have Kindt free of weeds. Skimming Used Parts. 'We Rent Fertilize Spreader*' and AmplifierSHEET Sat. 9 t. 13.J415 .
1 rIO "" UNDER THE SAME road th*' toll with a small Will MUSIC
the Starke-State Farm Teletype Service-We 924: 'NW. Sth, Ave.

MATTER AT THE \ Included -In the 1934 budgetof hoe In the best way to defeat Find Any Part For You. 373.0471Qatasevtii. Gainesville {Shopping! Crater : W University Ave.
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED A. SECOND CLASS the State Road Department -' the pest! plants Also shallow Oalnivllle 376-4H3:! PHONE SI1'itf.t': ; o.tne6vtUe :nlltllfBRADFORD lI
U'iorR ACT Or "MARCH :a! 'B"'. uiw' less!! daina f ., FU.
Poi Omct' AT CT..I FLA It wit announced following cultivation i ? 411 N. PaM Stack, Yard -- -- .
SIX MONTH $200 their Monday meeting, to the ckMHoliu t roots = {
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IN THE TRALiK ONE;; YEAR SI 00 tUX MONTHS; $2.23 O W Illnson, chairman: J Unlversltv >f Florida Experiment -I _____.::.;.;o-= ,.. -. --- =-.-- --
!\ TRADE' AKFA -I M Rosier, I* L. Conner. Mai- Station: horticulturists.


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4 $1
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34 Stick MARGARINE !
FRYER REGULAR 6 FOR $1.00 ROSEDALE CREAM STYLE $ i.-------2.66--YYr.x., _.,_,'_w__._sR..

SU[COlAS H 0 0 e e 8 1 CANS Di. $1 1 ::.'!:Ii!

....-. 49' BREASTS FIG BARS 2 PKD 39 'WAX PAPER oft/ < 1-' *8 i fT--';:' : i
y ROLL. u OR KEG. 69* FYNE-TASTE STUFFED 79< VALUE SANDWICH LAOS Oft .$ L.-?-._--.-..-...-..A..we-A4..e...." ,.._-.----.-:-;

.fVB ft* .. FYNE-SPRED STICK OLIVES t R r 59 Freezer BAGS /a39c : ;
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Whipped OLEO 2 lIS 49 : :
c: SYRUP .o. o.3?; PEPPERS JAR iyc |! gs, ?i-stnoS{ !:
11t1 ,.POTATO... CHIPS.27..
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DRIED BEEF 1I ... ...
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LETTUCE Giant Box .,.. GIant Box > .1

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Mills 2 CELERY .

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..'.r I T TAIDI,tl SECRET SPRAY..79\$


S. CHOICE ..r- a BUFFERIN 165's, . .$1.55

CHOICE STEAK SALE !1 t "I" 100 . . 56$
SILF1151P4 $1.49 VALUE 3 RING .
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I VINYL BINDER ?. 97 ,.'"
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$2.49 VALUE cempUl with !
ROUND 55 cjJ&Kirs'9:

I',I; BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS b ..) lib Rag j' BIC PENS :'-. 3 '01 49c

PLUS a com pl.t. supply Df." your b k-to.d>ool Ii..4N .
i: 'I Wi! ..t i glue, pencil. KoKh lip, centiructlan paper . N.. 59

"! .SAVE*/P TO #J lb BUY 1 ANDI I 5 01 LAX" C' JII SAVE at

"oJ.fRENCH 'IIOULAII 3" lAG ..... .
CLEANER (with free fl wwRSO. ,. .
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FREE! 16 OZ 29c PATTIES 89 '-.V
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