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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIORTY-EIORT S1ARHE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1967 NUMBER\ FJlITYv


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Present ProblemSchool ? "v;* '

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Superintendent Tom At LakeA
Casey said Wednesday that he Kingsley .:
might make another proposal 4
direct to the City Council con-
cerning needed sewer facilities
for the new BradfordUnionArea Bi1II frontal attack from four sources is being wagedon

Vocational-Technical center a six bedroom duplex structure that was moved ontoa

now under construction.Casey's uj lot at Kingsley' Lake in apparent violation of Clay Pilots Hunters
statement followedan ,
County zoning ordinances!' .
app<<'aral1'Ce by him ,at the The 7to ridntuWhl; ;' has

Council meeting Tuesday night .brought out the big guns owner In the area has writtenthe Make AgreementOn
when Councilman Jimmy Mc- o. X
Including a court suit developed Governor's office asking
Rae that the SchoolBoard's _
suggested __ when Mr. and Mrs.J. for intervention, (If all else.
engineers and theCity's Li. Flynn of 1669 East 9th falls) since Zoning Commission Airport Lease
engineers
to discuss the feasibility gettogether of St., Jacksonville, purchased the members are appointed by the
duplex from the Cumberland Governor.
the various sewer proposals. VV I
McRae had met Monday ; Housing Project on Roosevelt Floyd I. Gnnnn, administrator Agreement was reached
afternoon with Casey, the engineers Boulevard In Jacksonville and and inspector for the Clay Tuesday night on the new
and state!: and county moved It to their lot In County Zoning Commission, Sportsman'B Club lease to the
anitarians in an effort to Kingsley Lake Subdivision, on said yesterday that "facts Keystone Airport In a meeting
reach a solution to the prob the southwest side of the lake. were misrepresented !by the between Federal Aviation Officials -'
Stirred by aroused property Flynns". when applying for a local pilots, members of

lem.At that time, two proposals ,. ,,,Y'_ 1o. ..aP'.t: : AlI''!tJi,,, 1F (,,..'.;:.:;,r.JI..J-'i: 'G.....,. .'''' ... owners In the area, at least permit last February.He the Keystone City Council,
three state and county agencies and Game Commission offi
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were discussed one, a deep said that Clay County
line requiring a 30-foot ease- have swung1 Into action., zoning ordinances require a cial.Nineteen
Councilman Protest Mmlng potent ammunition' at
ment through the vocational City Paying minimum of 19,000 square persons represent
school site to enable the city the offending duplex: feet of land area for a single ing the various Interests at

,. to serve present and future 1. The Clay County Zoning family residence, and a minimum tended.
residences to the north of the Commission has revoked a per- of 25,000 for a duplex.He Members of the Sportsman'
mit l issued to the Flynns in the dub. led by President Don.iMor&an .
center. Persons With Accounts said Flynns !have 29-
Casey said Tueaday night. Delinquent February, and has started 148 square feet, but that they who conducted the
however, that the SchoolBoa.rd court action to Insure that the had already exceeded the mind- meeting, agreed that no hunting -
structure is not occupied, and will be allowed within 300
was having to pinchpennies ; mum space requirements -
and could not afford Protests against the City The $129 bill wee Incurred by After expressing dlsuatlsfac Ing one month .by prisoners on Is eventually removed from even .before the last duplexwas yards of the runways, which
the approximate $11,000 that paying out money to persons Davis' mother when she was tion with this indefinite start city projects. the property. brought In since they form a triangle. They also
this plan would cost the Board. who owe delinquent utility accounts In charge of the restaurant, ing dote, the Council Instructed At ,the suggestion of Councilman 2. The Clay 'County Health already had a single family agreed to a request not to
- There was Lied. some doubt as were voiced Tuesday Edwards said, and this amountIs Edwards that Brown should Williams, the Council vot- Department, following inspection residence, and another duplexon plant feed tq bait deer Inside'
to the advisability of givinga night by Councilman Nell still being carried on the! atart making regular paymentsat ed to allow .the City Recrea- of the property Monday the property. the fence surrounding the run
30-foot easement (through Tucker and Merritt Williams. current delinquent list, awaiting once. tion Department (supported 'In by representatives, of the Division When the misrepresentationwas ways. "
property that might be needed Tucker opened the discussion final settlement. The Another of Tucker'is questions part by City funds) to obtain of Sanitation and the Bu- discovered, Cnann said It was alto agreed that the:
later, he said. by reading a prepared statement restaurant is now closed. was answered by Chief gasoline from the City's pump reau of Sanitary Engineering the permit was revoked and corners of the triangular shaped
The other plan discussed at In which he pointed out Councilman Jimmy McRae of Police: Bill Rosaer who said and !be billed by the City at of >the State Board of Health, the Commission voted to take runways would be squared
Monday's meeting ,was a shallow that the City was purchasing spoke !in favor of accepting he (Rosser) was responsible the end of each month. "This has declared that it does not 'the necessary legal step to off to allow at least 1,000 feet
line from the ,vocational meals for prisoners from Davis' offer and a motion to for feeding City prisoners, and will save about 12 cents a meet minimum specifications. have the building removed from of no hunting space for approaches -
complex to the edge of the Jack's Restaurant In Lawtey that effect by Councilman Orie that the problem was to get gallon," Williams said and has refused to Issue per- the property. A suit was filed where planets! wouldbe
school property line, where the while the operator of ,the restaurant A. Wiggins was paused. someone to do it for 75 cents Tucker protested that City mit for a septic tank Installa June 8 in Circuit Court askingfor coming low to the ground.,
city would take Up and tie in owes the city several Tucker then said he noted "We have never put it up forbids bills were being paid withoutthe tion. a 'permanent !Injunction to The agreement represented
with the Saratoga Heights hundred dollars lift station< a distance of power bills.Tucker delinquent bills (one In 1962 do it for that price," he said. Council and questioned this Restaurant 010 m m t a e lon, and ordering Its removal, FAA officials and the Sports\:
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some 1..000 feet on ,school .said that: Jack's and one in. 1964)) totaling about It was. pointed out that the 'practice. (through its Inspector,,. L. M. Gnann said.Attorneys. man's Club., The FAA had .requested ..
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property and 1,800 on city. Restaurant billed the City for $120, while Still drawing "a meals have" to be placed in Williams made a 'm tfon' GaInes, has notified the Flynns no hunting, closer than
Casey said the Board could 456 meals during May at 75 regular salary from the city. 'boxes and brought to the jail that no bill be paid until approved that 'If the building or any partof for the Flynns 300 yards to the usable surfaces '
possibly handle this cost cents: per meal for:a total of Edwards said that the em- by the one preparing them. by the entire Council, It Is to !be used for public have 20( days from that date: of the airport, which
(about $4,500)), but McRae $342. He said the bill .had been ploye, Adro Brown, had awed Rosaer said that the expense but Edwards pointed out that lodging the owners must com in which to file an answer, would have Included not only
said 'thla plan would not permit paid, while, at the same time, to monthly deductions to apply of feeding prisoners was not many discounts: would be lost ply with state regulations including after which' a hearingwill presumably the runways but taxi! strips.
the City to serve potential Davis owed the City $370.99 la. against the ,bill "as soon an entire I loss since 196 man In that way, since some bills permits, licenses, etc. be set in the matter as well. The sportsmen had already -
customer north of the school past due utility bins dating' as he could." 'hours of work were put In d-ur- [Continued on Page Two] 4. At least one 'property planted one 10( acre area

property. back to June, July, August, -- inside the fence surrounding'the "'
When appearing before the and September 1966. Cars TotaledIn airport. ;

Council Tuesday night. Casey "Another brother, Charles Meet Tonight The hunters felt 300 yard
proposed a third plan for a Davis, who operated the bus CollisionOn from the taxi strips cut too .
sewer line down Orange Street. tslion cafe, also owes a post deeply Into their hunting area
but McRae said this would re- due utility bill with! the same N. TempleTwo while the pilots thought deal
quire a $17,000 }lift station, In dating June July, August Final Plans Set feed planted! inside I the fence
addition to coot of the line with a final bill which wouldbe and close: to the runways
and neither the School Boardnor September 1965 In the cars were totally de- might draw deer onto the
the City could afford the amount of $407.87," Tucker's molished In a collision on trips.

estimated $35,000 cost. statement aald. North Temple Avenue In frontof (Morgan pointed out that
It was at this point that "On the current delinquentlist For Grower CoOpFinal Morgan's Barber Shop Mon- feed outside the fence might
McRae saM CaRey had come appear /the Hmo bus station day morning, according to Assistant tend to draw deer from the
up with something pot discussed cafe owing' some $129" Police Chief Kenneth runways. The sportsmen also

at the Monday meeting, Tucker _Id."t looked at records Fuqua. pointed out. that. hunters using
and suggested having the two dating 'back as far as plans for organizing a Bradford County i4 f. N Harry Mooty, 72, Starke, was high powered rifles to shoot"
groups of engineers get together Jan. I, 1967 and the City has growers cooperative will be made at a meeting tonight 1n'n( u hospitalized with bruises and deer would be In trees and
and decide on Its feas- been purchasing meals for the (Thursday) at 8 o'clock in the Lawtey school cafeteria. abrasions. Occupants of the shooting toward the ground! '

tbihty. He said the Council city prisoners from the same Jimmy Gaskins, chairman of the Organizing Com- other car Richard 'R. Thede, SmaU shot would ,be used for

members were not experts on Jack's Restaurant, heretofore mittee, urges all interested growers to attend this Important 61, and Mrs. Doris Lauther- turkey and quail he said."but''
sewer line and were not qualified mentioned, during this time. meeting. berg 40, both of Jacksonville, no dove fields' where hunters
to make decision. total amount of .: were treated and released from
a The money Thursday night Mr. Whittle ,N'ii'' irb l 'would be shooting up, are
Casey said Wednesday afternoon paid for meals during this Gaskins said that more than expressed hope that the two 'S the Bradford County Hospital. planned by the Club.
that he had done some time la $914.75. These two 20 growers have already signified .
groups could be .brought back (Mooty was making a left Morgan also ''told the pilots
Investigating on his own and brothers, William and Charles, their Interest in forming together In the formation of turn from the northbound,. the and FAA official that the
could see no reason\' why the are also brothers of the utility a co-op, and that. they repre- one strong co-op. He expressed, southbound traffic lane when Club will police its own members -
Board could not handle the director of the City of Starke, sent almost 180 acres of doubt that there was sufficient lDr t lyk. the collision occurred, according to prevent Illegal huntingand .

shallow line to the edge of Its Oscar Davis," Tucker's state- strawberries. strawberry acreage In Brad- o to Chief Fuqua. Thede, drinking by Club members.''
property, and let the city take ent said. "It looks like we will have ford County to support two driving a 1968 Pontiac, '"kidded With 100 members in the CLub'
it from there to an 8-Inch line The Councilman then asked around 200 acres lined up before operations. rw / 70 feet before crashing intoMooty's and as many as 6O hunting at
on Pratt Street, a distance of the following questions: we're .through," Gaskins Whittle pledged all-out sup- r 1966 Ford Falcon. The one time, the Club must use
only some 600 feet He said 1. Who was responsible for said.The port of his department In the front end of the Pontiac adequate precautions to ensure
this could be done at a. cost turning off power during this meeting tonight will be organization and operation ofa I struck the front and right safety to Its own members as'
he estimated around J6.40O time? Why wasn't It turned attended by W. T. Menascoof cooperative here, and expres- ,1',1'G II II I front fender of the Falcon. well as the pilots, he said.
and 'would be financially f_ off? the State Department of sed hope that Bradford Coun- I Mooty was charged with Morgan also said that two

(Continued on Page Two) 2. la there a conflict of Agriculture, a marketing ty could "get back into the ; failure to have his vehicle Club members are deputy sheriffs -
Interest between :Mr. Oscar specialist assigned to work vegetable. growing bUlJinc lt" : it- f Ij f under control and causing an in either Bradford or Clay
Davis' duty to the City of with the organization and development with a successful co-op market- r''1' cp j accident. Counties and they will be used
ATTENTIONAll Starke and these two restaurants of grower co-ops:!, Ing the outputStarke 4 to enforce the rules established. -
? and W. O. Whittle, Chief of y .

Artists 3. Who had the authority to Florida State Farmers Next Year'sFestival Two local pilots, Nolan
let this meal contract out T Markets. ManCharged I 1 Woodburn and Bob Firth,.both
Why Wile it not let out forbid A meeting of the Organizing 1I Plans from Starke, said the pilotsare
Art LoversAnd ? Committee was held Tuesday With V 1i' Are Discussed primarily Interested? In
4. Why hasn't the City Clerk night to work on by-laws and I safety. They expressed confi-
Other Interested
Informed the Council what was other legal matters for pres- Leaving SceneA Flams for the Bradford dence in the leadership of the
Instead of paying entation to ,the Thursday v -i' Sportsman's Club. With, the
f Persona> going on group ..... 'j.. County Fair and Strawberry'
these bill each month? night. .. : : agreement by the. sportsmen!
Starke man, 20-year-old f Festival next spring were discussed "
Some of the questions went Gaskins said that enthusiasm !jI that hunting 'would be dorm
!7 at luncheon'
; meeting
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Jerry .Lane Dempsey, Is charged -
Attend Meeting\ Tonight unanswered, but City Clerk .Is high among growers no closer than 300 yards to.
with driving while intoxi- _,..fl. "!oi of the Bradford County FairAssociation
Merrill Edwards quickly pro- and one veteran strawberry .... -- the runways, they were satis,
(Thursday) At 8 P. M. duced a. letter from William farmer, Pete Grlffls, said: "We cated and leaving the scene Tuesday tied Firth said .
of accident after his car The members also discussed
Davis, dated June 12, and ask- don't have any choice. We've an Jo Ann Scott Crowned Queen About a dozen local plane*
rammed into the rear of another the possibility that the county
Civil Defense BuildingAt ed Tucker to read It. GOT to organize for our own use the airport as a home
vehicle U.S. 301. not be to continue
In the letter, Davis authorized protection.<< on Of Watermelon FestivalMiss may able,. base, Firth said plus several
Dempsey was traveling be- Its $5,000 annual donations to
Fairgrounds the City to deduct $50a Formation of a grower co-op others which are flown in by
hind a lOOtS Pontiac Saturday the association in view of decreased -
month from the amount due !has been sparked .by a series people who have summer
when his 1967 Pontiac OTO( Jo Ann Scott, 10-year- tray, an Identification neck- county income.
him for feeding prisoners until of three meetings held here homes on lake aurrotmddug'Keystone '
Purpose: To OrganizeAn struck the car driven by lace and a 72'Va pound
old BHS
the past due accounts. : totaling in recent weeks, and by trips brunette and former One solution suggested was Heights.' Student
Lawrence Henry Rockwood 22, twirling expert, was crowned watermelon as awards for her that the association try to Increase -
$1.27886. were paid. to Inspect' kuccessful cooperatives pilots from Gainesville also
Art Club of Orange Park In the rear. Watermelon Festival Queenat title. Judging WIle based on : its income from the next
Tucker protected that this at Alachua and Webster give the airport heavy use in
would drag the payments out The movement originated with Dempsey did not atop and was the annual celebration: in talent, poise, beauty, and per- Fair, as a means of payingoff hooting practke landings. .,
apprehended later in the day Newberry last Saturday sonality. In addition to her the $38,000 In bonds whichare
too long requiring over 18 the growers themselves, who A Game and Fresh Water
This Space Contributed according rto Florida Highway Miss Scott, who was runnerup twirling act Miss Scott also] outstanding1.
months to take care of Weekly to. Publicize $870 bill, and over two years organizing In view of general Patrolman W. E. Sundberg.No for the title of Straw- played the piano.Runnerup County Agent' O. T. Huggina D. L. Starling, toM the pilots
Community Event by for the combined total. dissatisfaction with the handlIng one was Injured in the berry Queen at the Bradford for the title ot Is serving as executive vice there J to always a remote possibility .
The Community Edwards said that the (two of the strawberry deal accident Damage to the rear County Fair and Strawberry Watermelon Queen was Miss president of the association. a deer will wander ontoa
biff' bills were Incurred by here In recent years. end of Rockwood's car was Festival last spring, was Patty Henley, of Ocala, who la Other officers are; Bill Haas runway no matter where the
State Bank Davis when lie was operating Last year a group of strawberry estimated a. $125 and to the entered (In the contest by currently wearing the crown and Curtis Marlowe, who are feed la planted The pi1ot.eal'J'ued
Accounts now "insured! Jack's Restaurant on U.S. 301 growers broke away front end of Dempeey's OTO American Legion Post 56, of of Strawberry Queen, won in both vice president; Martha and Bald they would

up to $15,000 by South;' also for a. period when from the Starke market and at $225. Starke. competition here last spring. Sue :McCain, secretary: ; Cliff always have to contend with
Federal D !po nee Corp. station restaurant; and for his the old Lawtey platform.At 1:30: a.m. Saturday 1.6 miles engraved trophy, a. large' silver Newberry by her chaperone Is the fair manager (Continued :Front Face ..On.)
trailer borne at both location a meeting- h..U last couth of :Stark! on U-S 3O1, Mm. Phylhs Strickland,





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Mr. and Mrs J A. Sargent I that ,oo, lul\ 17, 11187! I 'v'lI 1 1upiily
I I''> the' Honorable Tin ', ,
and Mrs. K. T. Duncan and Airport LeaseAgreement IN COl'XTV\ .II'DOES COURT I A. Yuan (utility .1ud",,, of Brad n
_ children of West Point. Oa I IN;; AND full HUADS'( HI', "tutd,, County. Florida, for ,upniiivnl .
were Monday guests of ..lr I COUNTY FL. >ltlr>AIn of sold final return and,'
order of distribution
r re: Estate of tin an and
and Mrs. K O. Duncan. Jim (,'. A. GRIFFIN' !!, duoemiml foi final. dim liiirne as executrix
Duncan remained with his Made :tone: <>!.' mi>0 i-irririo> of the will of c A. UrirriH, ... OKHtKtl'llllV dJune.
ton nt ii IIUII.IIUU.M <.ea
grandparents for weeks
a two 20. 11)117IflMMA ) .
GLADYS MOOTtf\ : : QHIPFIS BOREE,
visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Eaves ( Continued From Page One! '-1 jxi-iuirlx: of the Jl atitt'' "ita
Phone 961-7603 Notice. l IB hereby given! that I :. A. Orlffl, dec
and"'family were visiting her I it made any greater. have riled my final .'1 urns ne THOMAS) A PIERCE .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. of the estate of C. A "015orth: Temple Avstuiki <
said he ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tolbertof Miss June Harding of Atlanta. Morgan was "tryingto Oiirrin. deceased I that I lief'l '. Florida.
Early* In Anna Ill last week, ,
I show the intent we fi HtiH "- 713Open ,
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Charleston\. SC.. I proper filed my petition II! 22 4tp
were kv spent last week 'with .,
Miss Bonnie Ward of dl"'llIu'w" mil
l (the Sportsman'n, Club) have. tli>n and f"r find
weekend guests of Mr. and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. ,
WeeM
Savannah Os. was last Tuesday" -
The two F99 official attendIng -
Mrs. H. K. Davis. l ,
I BHaidmg. While here they oVfrnlgrht gnesf-W! Miss a the Don Hedtr"jn
meeting, -
Mrs H. I. Brownlee will spent several days at Daytona -
waoE or
return Saturday from a four- Beach. Jane Adams. and Joe Poole, bo h from Friday and Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Buck the Jacksonville office, expressed i
month vllst with her cTnughterse Mis. Charles Hardy and
and children of East Palatka satisfaction with the
Mrs. M. C. !Mrs. Charles Francis and agreement Until 10 PM.
and Lt. Henry Richarde and I
Falls Church Va. and West! 1 children were visiting Mrs. of
Miss Betty McCutcheon .
Mary Brownlee In Baltimore, O. E. ilcOauley In East Pa- --.- -... =c ,
Md. and granddaughter, Mrs latka. last Friday. Jacksonville guests of Mr.were and Father'sDaY Mrs Sroiilmimter. 'h I i "w l l Montgomery ((11"11)) J Jot pictured with Troop 70 Boy Scent! I MOW YOU -

Louis Kleiman In Boston, Mi' Huston McClane of Morgan: Rlcharde aboard tl. lr run -The J\la'.rlc.I'," Just before heading' for an eventful trip down ,r-; .

Mass. She will be accompanied Green Bay, Wis and Mr. and Local admittances to Brad- the Nmvunnee! KKrr. "' jrcrvi ncetotvnivmftictMrmetia CAN ENJOY
home by her daughter Mrr' William\ McClane] I ,
A. ,' ir w
ford County Hospital this Nea. ,_,. WAHAMFVOW .
Miss Mary Brownlee, and and son of Athens Oa. are _= *'kOHVt MM_
week includeC: : Marks: SANDERS :
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Qu.- COL.
:Miss Joyce Humphiey. On Mr. and Mrs. George I Raft Takes Scouts I, Whl N1/4
visiting Ritch. Harry Moot/, :E. L.I Down SuwanneeTen (.) = INHUI aNa CJUtIM'
Monday, Mrs. Brownlee; Flynn S*. this- week. Harrell, Robert J. Clark, and .. RECIPE
Mary, Joyce, and Connie and Ml-, and Mrs L. D. Green I
Mrs Oracle Mae Thornton of 'members of Etarke's I Scoutmaster David Montgomery
taft from
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Tina Chasteen will leave for Mrs. Elise Pass took Mrs. Georgia.
and Better Home Furniture Co.
Lakeland' and Miami for a Kate Wimberly to the Jacksonville Starke: Mrs- Nlta Todd of Boy Scout Troop 70 took I and five fathers of The Starke troop left for 1200 S. Edgewood Ave. Kentucky
week's visit. Sunday Lake Butler; Mrs. Josephone part, Saturday through Wednesday the troopers- Bradford, the launching I
airport on Jacksonville Florida 33205
Mrs. Mildred Mardis and where she left by plane for a Grant of Mlddlebut-gi; and June 17-21, In the Tills year, an estimated 25 point, at 4 p. m. Friday.

granddaughter, Lois Dibble, month's visit with'' her son- Joseph M. Weeks of Grandin. annual Suwannee River Raft rafts will take part in the Launching was at 10 a> m. Fried

and Mrs. W Q. Dowling ofIndlalanMo in-law and daughter Mr. Miss Ida Lou Plummer of Race, according to ScribeMichael' race and floating trip. There Saturday from Ivey Park'snew I oI

were Saturday and Mrs. C. M. Schneider In the Macon-- School Nursing; Olssy will even be a raft from Mc- boat ramp. A big fish THE BRADFORD
Macon, Oa was home for The 10 were Robin Mulllns, Mlnville, Tennessee. Others
overnight guest of Mrs W. E. Conford Call!. fry was held and awards COUNTY TELEGRAPH Chicken
Mlddleton. Miss""Maria': Moore of FSU the' weekend.. Stanley Gay Steve Kirkland, scheduled to take part are given Wednesday when the

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bag- was home from Sunday to Michael Reddish who Randal Zipperer, Ebbls Bradford, Lake City, Jacksonville scouts arrived at Manatee Published every Thursdayat j .

'well and Mr. and Mrs. John- Wednesday between tri- graduated last Thursday Knight, Kenney' Chltty Jerry St. Augustine. pa- Springs State Park, the des- 138 W. Call St.,
:nie Johnson and son spent mesters. from FSU' Is visiting his Lee Bruce Haddock, Michael latka, Tampa, Sarasota tination point. Starke, Fla. 32091 "It's Finger Lickin' Good"

Sunday at Silver Springs.Mr Mr and MrsDeBltch brother, Glen Reddish, In Olssy; and Buddy Paterson. White Springs and possibly a The trip covers 50 miles of
Greenwood: S. C. from Tues- will be I Second class postage paidat
They accompanied by
the historic Suwannee. The
and Mrs. W. H Noll- Green and daughter of St.
to Friday. Glen will return I' Starke, Fla. SHRIMP AND FISH
after five : Ed Starke boys spent a month
man have returned!' r.onis.' Mo. and Mrs : Rates:
home with Michael for two Subscription
weeks' vacation In Europe. HaJson' theformer Ruby planning their raft, "The
They sailed from New Yorkon Oreen. of 'Dlountsvllle, Ala weeks vacation.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Maverick," which weighs 2'-1 In trade area: $4.00 per PHONE AHEAD 961-5126'
and Mrs. Drew Red- Ritch and granddaughter,New Voc School h I
May 10 on the: Queen arrived the first of the week dish and sons of Wilmington, Debra Ritch, are touring the 800 pounds. year; $2.25 six months. YOUR ORDER WILL BC READY
The
race was to the
attended the open
Elizabeth, and for a two weeks visit with
Dela. will arrive Sunday for West and Canada for three )I Outside trade ".:30
entire area: $
North Florida Council
Rotary International con their mother, Mrs. Nelson EAT IN OR TAKE OUT; -
vention in Nice France They Green, and family. Joiningthe two weeks 'vacation vith months. Sewer Lines and::! was sponsored by the I per year; $2.00 six month.
'' relatives here. Mrs. N. P. Riccardi and son Suwannee River District. j Ave. U. S. North
spent a week on the 'French family1'this'! weekend for J. E. L. Matthews, editor and 1601 N. Temple 301
Rev and Mrs. V Rags- Bryan, of North Miami Beach
Riviera, eight days la Paris, two weeks will be Mrand Each boy was required to
dale and Rev. and Mrs. E. F. are visiting Mr and Mrs. F wear a life ,I I publisher C. R. BRASWELL. OwnerManagerSLADE'S
and ten days touring Southern Mrs Donald Hardenbrookand annual [ContinUed From Page One] jacket. J
Mayton attended the W. Strickland for two weeks.
SpainThey returned of CUmberland -
sons New the Methodist Ible for both bodies.
picnic for Mr. and Mrs. J. W Clappof
home on the Queen Mary Pa.Miss ministers and families of the Atlanta Oa. were visiting Casey' said l he might ask tor''
last Friday. Marlboro of
Mary Gainesville District on Tues Mrs. Rhoda Dampier last a meeting with representativesof
Mr and Mrs. Marc Jackson New 'York City was a week- day at Strickland's Landing Thursday and were dinner (the Council before the next

were Saturday evening sup- end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D- N.' Den- guests of Lt. and Mrs. William regular meeting of the engi 'WESTING1IOUSE..
and Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. and Mrs.
per guests of Mr; mark Sr. of Jacksonville and Dampier at the Of- neers.
Joe> Smith In Gainesville and Curtis Sanders. Bill Green of two granddaughters of Anniston ficers Club at Camp Bland- In previous meetings the V

'went on to Willlston to spend the University of South Carolina .. Ala. were Sunday visitors ing. The Clapps also visited Council bas said It could not

the weekend with Mrs. Jack- is home for several of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rus- her brother R. C. Dampier.Mr. afford to pay the entire cost! '

son's parents' Mr. and Mrs. days visit.Deborah. sell Norman. and Mrs Bob Ferguson of sewer extension to the vocational -

H. ;E. Smith. Gregory of Jacksonville ; Mrs: W. H. Hart and Mrs will leave Friday for a school site, and asked I COLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson is e guest this week Edith Christiansen spent the vacation trip to Fontana the School Board to share bt. TV

of Tallahassee were' Vis- Rhonda. Edwards. weekend In Wildwood with, Village and other points In CaRey told the Council Tues-.j

iting his father H. A- Law- Karen Brookins underwent their sister, Mrs. L. W. North Carolina day night that the new center

son, in Bradford County surgery Tuesday In St: VIn-' Strickland. Mrs. Strickland Mr. and MrsOarl Mat- should not be looked upon I '
Hospital and mother Mrs. cent's Hospibal. 'accompanied them home and hews returned ,last Thursday merely as an expense to the

Lawson over the, weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I flew to' Jackson. Miss on from, five weeks visit with city. He pointed out that the I

Carol Hardy ')la visiting her I Thomas were visiting rela 1 1i Tuesday where she will visit friends and relatives In Iowa. complex would use a tremendous I Q, IA't

cousin Marie Bagwell In i Lives In East Palatka on I II her' daughter and family. They also attended the 50th amount of electricityand ArV $

Crescent Beach, this week. I Sunday. j Judge and' Mrs. T. A. wedding anniversary of Mrs. would be an Importantnew t I

191I Yawn and family returned: Mathews' brother and:! sister- customer for the utilities L. "' .,.. ,. 1

I Sunday from a week's vacation in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- department.IN .
: In Whittier, N. C. i -
Ia.
Unlonville
ence Hunt, In
t 'SKI and Mrs J. N. Belche
:< COUNTY Jt DOirs ("
COURT
and family have Just returned IN AND FOR UltADPUKL* AT WHOLESALE/ PRICES fi

Have You Met from three-year tour ofdutyIn Council Protest re:COUNTY Estate. of, FLOK1UA.fn I I .

; Iceland. They are spend- ALICE H. HTAHUNOHOUINSON
ing three weeks with Mr. and I

BILL PQWEI1 Mrs.''J. O. Caldwell.In" Starke City Funds To -. deceased.a/k/a AI.lCU H STARLING:< I '

and Mr. and Mrs. AC.. itouch' '''0 CUF. ITCUhl I ;- + II IMI 1L a. wtWli
All creditor of the estate or Y OTHERf
'I V N"LIt t en Belche in Lake Butler After
Alice H. Starling' Itotilnaon a/k/a
leaving here they win be stationed Alice II II' rl1nlJ. deceased .an .- .
In 'Norfolk Va. Mrs. Bad d Accounts hereby i notified .and required to
I file uny claims o>r demandswhich "
Belche Is the former Frances r.
they may have urulnatna.M / (\
Caldwell.Mrs. : estate In the office of the ( [
he could be just as important to you as your Harold Monk of [Continued: From Paso: Onel county, judge, of Bradford County if ., t.R..
Florida hi the courthouse at I [ .
doctor or lawyer,. because he represents Nationwide Mount Dora and Mrs Neal arrive between Council meetings Mtarke, Florida, within six calendar J .I I f

Insurance the company with new ideas! 'for GOBS of Panama City were!! and must be paid within the tint month publication. from the of this date no-of '-.. -. ..j .... WOo" '

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a new era.;A trained insurance expert his business Tuesday night dinner guests a certain number of days to tlca. Each claim or demand. must !10.-. 1
of T Mrs. W. B. Mundy tad obtain discounts. be In writing and must state .. .
11 is bringing you i new ideas to answer your family'schanging j also vllsted Mrs J. B. Sapp the place or reUltnce and post : CT6500TABLE 180 SQ. IN.
need Put his name in your address book Williams then amended his office address. of the claimant.
Bradford Hospital. .
In -County motion for all bills to and must be worn to by the
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: '. and call him soon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden subject claimant, his agent 01, his attorney
discount to be paid by the or It will become void BIG SCREEN: COLOR PORTABLE
: PIIONK; 964-6464 Jr. and three children: of deadline, ,but all others to be according to law. MODEL ,
San Jose Calif. were Monday June 1J, 1067.Catherine .
404 West Madison\ Street. overnight guests of Mr. and whole.In reviewed. by the Council as a Hazel ThomasCeExeoutrlcvs. Dyal. I FULL CONSOLE 263 Sq. In.:'" Reg. Price Sale Price

Starke! ,Florida: I Mrs.., X. M. Smith. of the .

Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- about view noisy of recent"rock complaints and roll" Alice a/k/a H.Alice Starling H. E"t..t"j; INSTANT ON Reg. Price $449.50 $$409.50

ley of Jacksonville were visiting bands,. Chief Rosser said that deceaicd $349 50 '
: THOMAS A P1BITCD: ;
her parents Mr. and his department would take no 2oa6orlh:; Temple Ave. I i I Reg. Price $495 .. .
S Sale I
Mrs. J. O. Jackson over the action unless the person com Starke, Florida Pree;

: I weekend. plaining was willing to signa 6/U 4t 7/1J 295 SQ. IN. MEDITERRANEAN
Mr. and Mrs. CS.. Haddock warrant. "We have no idea LEGAL NOTICE] Sale I Price .
I celebrated their 22nd what degree of noise It takesto I will not be responsible\ for

., '- : I I wedding anniversary at the disturb a certain person" any than debt myself made, Charles by anyone Wayne other $$39950 PECAN
W.lIcpl" Mutual Iniunnct Company.Naaonwide Mutual. Fin Iniurtnc Company i Hotel Thomas In Gainesvilleover Rosser said. He added that Kirkland. fl/22 4tu 7/19 I
.
NltMnwIda' .. Lift, Iniutunc Ompxny' hems olhc,. .i Columbus, Ohio' $392
the weekend whero
,
some neighbors might have a I .
SPANISH
they spent their wedding grudge
night. make complaints as a means -
of harrasament.A. .
Reg. Price
Sale Price
ROOD'FOfliI -
T. Mallard, new owner ot :., "

the E.former Call Nasworthy Street, which,buildingon is "" PORTABLE TV $775 $$589.50

'It:' '" being converted into a variety I T .

store, took exception to the : ,.

Before You Bank. With, A Bank. I I City's deposit new for higher business scale electrical of $100 ,

services. Mallard said he had BLACK and WHITE JET SET
Ask Yourself
-- : run into unexpected expenses
I tn opening his store here :I

{ iris and(business.needed the extra $::50 In LIFEGood I Ill 172 Sq. In. Screen REGULAR PRICE $179.50


I He was ,told the reasons for

that the higher the deposit scale, and :I- l' I I Sale Sale
City could not make P'r. ,

DO THE PEOPLE SEEM GENUINELY INTERESTED! I exceptions.In view of the fact< that the 'r'V .un MtMINfgRANtm 1 1Io

IN HELPING ME\ ? next Council meeting date falls PriceMODEL Price .
I''Ion July 4, it was voted to set '. 11950
.
the meeting ,up to 6 Monday '
p.m. L
DO THEY TAKE THE TIME TO ANSWER MY QUES- July. 3. 1 Only J ,

TIONS FULLY? ,i I Itf.. i -_ ,P302J. ,

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DO THEY TRY TO SPEED CUSTOMER: SERVICE? IN IN COUNTY AND FOR JUDOE'S BRADFORD COURT. 'protection., up-to-dato A good choice Insurance of policies

COUNTY, FLORIDA designed to fit needs exactly -
your
Naturally, you can't answer these questions until you visit the bank ALICE In ROBINSON re: Estate H. STARLING! of Executive,\ (Like Protector our Junior plans., Family) And, or Biggest Discounts Ever!

and talk to the people. And that's where we think 'our bank shines /kAtJClJ H. STARLJN'O, It's the same good deal as State

people. Because we, go out uf our way to get people who'are genuinely] d.ceaa.d,;MllfCH! Farm auto Insurancel! Three good I
OBPI1OUATE
interested in the banking' business and in helping people. I TERE8TF- TO ALL.;[* IN PEKM THHJ( Na agent reasons now.to call Still your another State,reason farm? I It Pays to Trade With

We'd 1'ke to tell you more about our people. But wouldn't you rather visit OP SAID DECEDENT: :
the banks '. '. talk to the people? Then declde'-'is the Community You are hereby notified) that <'e that make him an outstanding -
J 14 wrltt.In"trument/\ purport In" professional: Insurance rpan.So ) ,
"ir .
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State Bank the bank you want. to bank with? We bet it is to be the lint will ind taita- i call: Mm now. lade
ment of Gas
I I said decedent has been and
admitted Appliances
to probate In thin court MERRITT
Home Owned Home Operated You are hereby commando
within .Ix calendar month tram
I WILLIAMS
the date of the tint publication 332 w. Madison! St.
of .thl notion to appear In this 117 N. Walnut St.: Phone 964-7701
The Coipipnity Stale Bank- eourt' "and how causef any
J : .court ITt ;why the action of thli Phone 951-5391
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i ( .* w i-., L, *- admlttlnr laid will to
." OF. STARKE ravokcd probate. ,, .shout( not stand un- State Farm Life Ir.euranc.1) tit takes, two The Chamber 'of'Commerce and.:you:"'

-: *. IBTheron; A: Yawn Company .

MEMBER! F. D"I. C. ford COrNTY..JlVGit County, Florida! Bred- Home Office: Join the Chamber Today..An. .
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/BO.nrg. ]|. Pierce Bloomington. IllinoJa' -
Attorney3J P6646'

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JUNE 22 1967' BRADFORD COUNTY TTCUEORATTf. HTARKB. FLORIDA PAGE TIIEF.1f
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Supper Given For, 70 Youngsters Farewell Party Open All Day

V. J. RagsdalesRev. Register For For Debra Johns Every Day

PlaygroundAccording 8:30: to 7 p.m.
apd Mrs. V. J. Rags- ? Miss Dorlsann Spengler Fri. & Sat.

dale were honored at a covered 11 entertolntd at a weiner roast
to Ed Magee
dish supper Wednesday and golng-away party last
GLADYS MOOTY night of last week In the I playground seems 'to director be one, Trampoline of the- Wednesday 1 afternoon and

Phone 961-7608 Methodist Fellowship Hall on,I } biggest attractions to the evening at the Officer's Club Starke Plaza
their return to the church, for !! for Debra Johns, who left
,
: np better than 70 registered .
another year. i Sunday for summer school at
boys and girls.
The T-shaped table was 'G Howie Academy. the season's smartest
BPW
Members
Girls pigtail Softball participation -
centered 'with an arrangement -'I Refreshments, swimming,
ParticipateIn of roses In a silver I ':. has been very good, and dancing were enjoyed by most comfortable
also tennis lessons ,
bowl, and clusters of hydrangeas archery the 12 couples. ,1
ConventionThe were uesed:' on the I and air riDe.several Mrs. V- J. Spengler was assisted fashion dress

end tables. 1 time changes have in serving by Mrs. J. .
Florida Federation of Mrs. Foster Shl Smith. been made, shifting Tennis D. Warren.
Business &! Professional Worn- wscs president, gave a and Baton lessons to the
ens Clubs, Inc. held their an- following ': afternoon session at 3 and TENTS.
short welcome-back talk New Look For .
nual state convention June ISIS
II
air rifle end to the
Oeor- archery
the supper) and i
Hotel at the In Jacksonville.George Washington Starke ge Huggins led the group in' morning at 9- Union County's (: V 1 j

BPW club members in attendance fellowship singing. I A participation, point system CourthouseUnion TENTS. .
The affair was under the has been devised! where-
were Delia Rosenberg1,
sponsorship of the WSCS by boys and girls may earn County's renovated,
Dorothy Mllberger, Delta Dyal,
and the Wesleyan Service accumulative points towards enlarged, and redecorated TENTS
Bertie Olson, and Margaret F. '
Brown. Guild. earning weekly recognition courthouse will: 'be re-occupied

awards. Ask, your playground by county officials- soon after
Mr Milberger was outgotng Miss Louise Stern leader' for further details. June 28, when a final Inspec
District Director of District A special event will high- tion of the job will be made. V
III. Mists Rosenberg served as To Present Pupils t The Includes V !
the
e light each week of the playground project renovation -
chairman of the District HI i 7 to be staged on Fri- of the old building,
"Hawg Killing" fund drive for Miss( Louise Stern will pre- the $7.95
days. This week's special is plus addition of two wings, $5QOValues
the BPW Scholarship House at sent a group of her piano
---- ---- --- In the form of a parade, Sit a cost of about 257000.:
Linda Sue Florida State University in students in recital on Tuesday which will form at the park- Inspection of the Job will! be
PadgettTo Tallahassee. Over 14,000 was evening, June 27, at 8 o'clockIn ing lot adjacent to Dr. Bar- made by the Union County

Wed Mr.. Bryant raised at the Saturday mornIng the Starke Woman's Club. ry's office at 3:30: ( and will Commission, Harry Burns, the r Il to $8.99
Farm Compositions ranging from the
Breakfast "Hawg architect, and
'start at 4 p. m. i a representativeof
Mrs. C. B. Brown of Starke Killing Mrs Dyal was in i classics to musical comedy I All boys and girls are Invited the Federal agency which No*_ Hi. molt winttd ityfawid
announces the engagement: charge of the Quiet Room hon- selections will !be presented. to advanced :funds for the project. fibrin ,In Hi. ......'. mint
and approaching marriage of oring deceased members.At Piano ensemble numbers are come down and The Commission received popul.r dr....D.......otton ....1..
register for the Playgroundand
I eh.llii. A..., .print. end, .100 t
also Included. print
her daughter, Linda Sue Pad- the Friday night Awards Paula enjoy the activities and authority to borrow up to a ton h........ In owl 1 wily iqu.r.
gett to Roy Edward Bryant, Dinner, Personal Achievement Those appearing are: leadership i of Ed Magee.: Lin- million dollars in a revenue Met and |i'..' lea >.."...Sl..v..
eon of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F., Awards were presented to Dee Carter, Debbie Grlffls, day Rae Rosier, and Bobble certificate Issue, pledging' racetrack bit and puff 11|_". SIIM I to
Bryant also of Starke. I Starke BPW club members: Jean Whiffen, Susan Faulkner, Sue Barksdale, who are doIng > revenue, by means of a at .16. Com. ... tin ..ciHr y .ofckwtlwl
Miss Padgett graduated Mildred Doyle, Deata Dyal, +Terri Smith, Debbie Shuford, a wonderful job of providing local act. To date,' the board rb _com. .w.arp'r.; .

from Bradford High School In Evelyn Haney, Dorothy Mll (Sally Torode Anita Green, the children with fun has utilized only $2 7OOO of .,Y
1964 and Is employed by Big berger, Leila Mundy, Bertie Sherry Cowart, Gayle Wind- and games. the amount authorized. ,,-
Dad Manufacturing Co- Olson, Dean Rhoden Della ham, Karen Hutchlna, Dick Yr'' Cool CareFree -

Mr. Bryant graduated Rosenberg:, and Esther Williams. Torode Becky Jackson Bev- Cotton .
from Claxton High School In { erly Strunk, Patti Whitehead, : SFJC DeanIs ceeded expectations. Around :

U ttl and South Georgia Jimmy Alvarez, Judy White- SpeakerAt 1,200 students were enrolled [ p "
Technical and Vocational head, and Marilyn Bollinger. Miss Patsy Coleman Exchanges Vows In general college courses, Shifts :
BradleyWatersEngagement will be held I Rotary ClubThe and around the
A social hour 1,600 in voc- .
School in Amerlcus, Ga. in With Mr. Waddell In Church of God
after ,the recital and .the publicIs ational classes, he said.
1933. He Is employed by theSecurity 't
I'laids and
cordially liwtted.. Importance of thee The speaker was Introduced 1 i
Fire Division, U. S. Miss Patsy Marian Cole- Cheryl Grlffls kept thbride's junior* college in ed- Rr StiripeaValue
concept
by Guy Andrews,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradleyof a member "
Naval Air Station, in Jack
man, daughter of Mr. and book. ucation was discussed at the of the SFJC Advloory $3.9
sonville.' Klngsley Lake announcethe New Art Club Mrs. J. B. Coleman, and Al After spending some time Rotary Club Wednesday by Committee, representing

The wedding will be an approaching marriage of To Meet TonightA fred Lee Waddell of Starke, with their guests the! couple I Joseph a. Wood dean of the Bradford County.

event of July 6. their daughter, Melanie Susan son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J left on a wedding trip to Division of Continuing Ed- It was announced that the $299

to Michael Lamar Wat- meeting of the Art Club Waddell of Marks. Miss were Gatllnburg, Tenn. The bride ucation at Santa Ftf Junior regular meeting of the club :
organized Is scheduled united In marriage en Friday chose for traveling a pink College In Gainesville.
era, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. being will not be held next Wed-
Recent Births tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. April 23, at 8 p. m. In bonded lace dress with: white The speaker said that SF- nesday due to the ",annual
L. Waters of Lawtey. at the Bradford County, Civil the Church of God with Rev accessories complementedwith JC is designed to assist any- Ladles Night and Installationof Summer Saler
Mr. and MrsGeorge' The wedding will be an Defense Building at the Fair- L8.. Williams performing the orchid from her one who wants' to Improvehis Officers at the Starke Golf Sportswear

Daniel Greek of Lake Butler, event of Saturday, July 15. grounds., the nuptials. bridal bouquet. or her education, regardless & Country Club on Friday, TOPS 2l 99
COTTON
KNIT
DOUBLI $
announce the birth of a : at 8:30: p. m. In the Kingsley Reginald Strange of Lake The altar was decorated The couple is residing on. of present educationallevel. June 30. The Keystone Tank taps .nd. .*.. .tyl/ ... Strlpn. end.. told h !bidpmm.r M
daughter, Debbie Marie, June Lake Baptist Church, with, a Wales will give a demonstration with baskets of white gladioli S. Parker Street, Starke. Mrs. Thils Includes: hlgih Heights Rotary Club will won.t.10 V.I_ a a .
18. of oil painting.. and! mums against a Waddell is employed by the school graduates; drop-outs join in this event, which will
reception following at the Anyone Interested in any background of palms and Florida Bank at Starke and who want to equip themselves Include dinner and JAMAICA STRETCH SHORTS $2.99
dancing. .. .., '
Mkk. Md. .print In ."'h d ilm>, 2-wy .Mob( nylon
,'. Adjustable Vinyl: Book home of the bride's parents- form of art is invited to at- fern trees. Mr. Waddell is employed aa for better positions; and Aldo Zelaya, foreign ex- a>.4 ether f.brla.1350 V.lu.. . .
All friends and relativesare is the club, to L. Canova, !head bookkeeper for Ernest;
Coven. All size ,30 cents ea. tend. It hoped Mrs. A. organist adults, whether high (school change student from South

at'' The Telegraph. invited to attend. be affiliated with the Florida rendered nuptial music Trlest Construction Co. al t; graduates or not, who: want America who was sponsored StRITCH Stratah.d.nim.KNEE mid anW PANTS. I..rll.od.\ .. In diolc" el $2.99 ._
Federation of Arts, will be and accompanied Miss! Mar- Keystone Heights. to advance their studies and 'by the Rotary Club, thankedthe toll ht wnnMr>ol n. SJ.9I{ V.lu.. . ,
chartered with around 30 mern-t'ian Green, soloist, who sang I training. club and. individual ..
be re. "Whither Thou Ooest" and I Donna Lee KandelTo Mr.: Wood said that the members for making his year .Do

"Because.! I first. year at SFJC had ex- here possible. I .. .
HINT" TO THE WISE: Herman Waddell attendedhis Wed Dr. Gruen ..

BARGAINS ARE UNBEATf" brother as best man and ..
.
THE RIGHT POINT for the Announcement is made o:
ABLE AT .NASWORTIIY'S the ushers were Joe Dlcan- ..
the engagement and ap SENSATIONAL fSALE OF QUALITY DINETTES ..
HALF-PRICE the way :you write. Come In dio, Gene Bass Mike .DeV- preaching marriage of Mlsi, .
-' rick and Jesse Lee. ..
and .el led favorite ES- Donna Lee Kandel daughtei: e
FURNITURE SALEs :your Miss Barbara Coleman served -
of Aaron Kandel of Miamito 1
her sister as maid of I
TERBROOK fountain pen. Dr. Harry Gruen. t .
WilY PAY MORE? /
honor in a floor length gownof Ft ..
Miss Kandel is a, gradual DINETTE'a
TELEGRAPH. soft pink crepe with an ;Special! 5 PIECE QUALITY ..
." ._. .. of the University of Floridain ..
'. _+ v .h' "''''''" ''' 1'it'l', Her -
.' ,, ''.,... ",, ,. .w ,".,._" ",,,i,:,,,,., _._'."'....,... ." '' '''' empire waistline- nose Education. Dr. Oruen la'' C'' Tabfn. and 1 ChairsII Compare/ St9.9.i :
length veil was held m place
graduate of the BaltimoreMd. II 1: Entontton Table and. Hi rV...ur. ... .
by a cluster of soft pink College of Dental Sur \ ,. "!v i 6 Mari Slain .iiilonl PlastkTp ,

roses.pink She nosegays.carried a bouquetof gery, la in the dental practiceIn + 11 n Tap.*;*" lag Styling" $ 3 9 88 I
al t d0
Want One ? Misses Hazel Coleman, Sandra Kingsley Starke Lake.A and. resides irl (. S3 a rlatH Cavrd lot Seal Chair ;$1.25 i :
s Coleman Marcia Grlffls Black r Bronx* Frama A Week .
I Waddell attendedas fall wedding 1 is planned .
and Judy
I
bridal attendants In gowns SCHEDULE

and headpieces identical to OF SERVICES
the honor attendants and
W
carried similar pink nose- 8T. EDWARD'S CHURCH ,..
gays. Starke t

Jana Starling was flower Sunday Mass: 9:16: a. m.
:lord's Piist Car girl and Craig Bryan was Thursday Mans: 8:30: p. m. ..
ring bearer. Miraculous Medal Novena:
1SOG The bride given In marriage Saturday, 7 p. m-
by her father wore a Confessions: I 3 p. m. and 1 -
white floor length gown of p. m. r AI .
accentuated with
organza ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH I "' } .
/-Piace FAMILY SIZE DINETTE
Chantilly lace featuring a Compare at $69.95
as fitted bodice and calla' lily Keystone Heights Tool and *Chain Ill "" .4 # +y .\. ,
sleeves. The straight skirt Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. 36"M 4V* 60" txtnntion Tabl 88 i k
Buick at Wednesday: Mass and Novena Hi PlMur.Plaitlc Table T aI $5 r.
lace appliques
had rose I Plunk:.wealdl See Seal Chair %
the bottom. The gown had a T p.m. a Black, I.na..r Chrama Fiam $! DOWN 1
1S03 Watteau chapel train at- 8T. MART'S CHURCH II.50AWUK s err .

; tached at the shoulders. Her Macclenny:
bouffant veil of illusion was Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. 32f5 v

attached to a crown head- ..,
piece made of pearls and sequins .
That
Chevrolet She carried an arrangement 'IIk? ,"' 7 Piece SELF EDGE .
of carnations and r
Well 1913 Ivy centered with a white FAMILY Y"S'ZE' DINETTE ..,

orchid. 'r 4 II J Ii I Vi; tira 6 large Com f........ TaD Back Compart at $104.93 *t
Mrs. Coleman chose for .Chair with Heavy roam CuthtanadSoat _
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'WHATEVER YOU ARE EYEING -- her daughter's wedding a 1 I .. *- 95
I ''N I Ii Ii blue bonded' lace dress with ) ,, .Havy Taard Brnia Ug* *' $ 8 9 =

Jacket and white accessories, VV V f 'e Beautiful. Mar Stain' Ruitla is DOW ;-

I II i complemented with, a white ,ynr u II 4.q l 1r 1'Ia"IcT.p IIt> AWEIWMLBADCOCK
i I orchid corsage.
Mrs. Waddell, mother of

the groom was attired In a Ask
,* "' pink, satin dress with Jacket I ';.
.
and beige accessories with yee

which she wore a white orchid CharleyE. r I

corsage. ,
1t \ : Y A reception was :held In DINETTES ,
which was io.;..M... _....._
; the church annex ...._M..nlUl.PAmc .
C4; : decorated for the occasion Johns 1Qf't
<. with baskets of white gladioli !-

and mums. k fit ti '.
t4. ;
CARLOAD
The bride's table was cov- About this question:. ) ; ;
FC1R ered with a white satin cloth
I "A glorious week at a Ski
and centered with a four- a4' SALEKING w
tiered wedding cake at the Resort! An expensive I 1

i i base of which, was a garlandof beach hotel in Miami l
r'w/'w
and Loan !1Mra plumosaa fern and white complete new fashlonablt eL" .,* 31rf VV :

Savings ( t : pompoms.The punch table was covered wardrobe. I got the bill:L / .I, T

with a white satin cloth for them, but someone elsE .... .. .-.... I

ikc13 ) ASSOCIATION OF STARKE covered with an organdy enjoyed them'on my credit SIZE DINETTE 7 Piece' Deluxe OVAL DINETTE

oversklrt and held a crystal card Does the Charley E. 3."s 4f" ii 72"Inlenwen Talus. d f ...., with Cone: pnrM at 99.9.<
Oval >leave.
\ 218 N. Temple Are. Phone 964-5000 punch bowl.Marlene Johns Agency provide in B Mottle Cv rd. Centewr. Curved. $ 88 ... Seat* PatMC. Ce...,... op
"The House of Savings" Coleman greeted surance to cover the misuse Chair 8 8 Chain' i $ 8 8
guests at the door and presented of my credit card i 11 p High. ,........Mar A St.in Rtwitanl. 'u 16'::.4t".atf t.mleeTobl.. 7 9.
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them to the receivingline lost or stolen?" .tleT. ., $5 DOWN $1.75 A WIFE .."..IIo..InI..m... .
composed of the bride 1IadI w I.."..,- U DOWN $l.75AWIIIt .

lilt takes two -- The Chamber of Com- and and the groom bridal, their party.parents, Charley E. Johns 't.,...G..C 'it'\ ....

Join the Chamber Judy Ellington and Beulah Agency ...
merce and you" today. Moody cut the bride's cake
and assisting 1 in serving 131 S. Walnut St. 128 8. Walnut St. Phone 9613230.TlIURFlOAY : ;

were Norma Allen and Merle PHONE 964.5070 Herman, Wlllld, Owner BUI Wilson, Manager
Osteen at the punch bowl.







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P\GPI F'01'"ft' DRJ\IUUKh nnrNTV. TT.t.EO'ft\.I"IT) S&TAntt1& !:. P1AMtID4 THURSDAY. JUNE "53. 1907
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1 T Purvy Johns 73 Lawtcy; two sons( Rev v"" r -.- Junior Deputy rust meeting Tuesday of the

non F. John and Aziue Joli [ I Starke Clvltan Club
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: : Of Lav/toy both of Jacksonville. i I"M" Program Is TopicAt The sheriff said state hinds

I daughters: Mva' Myrtle IIvutez Civitan Club may be available to help out

Staike, and !Mr, Alnui in the netting up of such pro-
Dies
TuesdayPurv Thompson Lawley:11'/ _t Sheriff ID. Reddish! .spokei grams and that one here IB
grandchildren and two KM" ,m 11 I under cdnokleratlon
i Ihf possible establishment
,, \' Bernard Johns, 73, of grandchildren.Servhc< : : .ut" i junior deputy program in Tho speaker was Introducedby

S.awtey. died 4UcMoniy\ Tuesday \ will be ut NmthxuliBuptlHt Bradford County at u. break- I' Don Hill, who had chargeof
Church with I Din'"
nig-In' of a heart attack. the program.
J SuivkcH will be at' 2pm. minlatem officiating Hi'v

Saturday at Northslde Baptist church Glenn Lawhon, pastor ol tIm JN" W I'Ll'MUING: C()%II'ANY FOR
Rev. E. C. anti
church Tho will : HJII-VOJ (
body rest at
I Rev. Elate ,' / STARKE ANI AREA
the Bullard. formei put- ,
family rctildence In Lawtey
II 'tola of the church and MiJohns' _____ /11
from :'J i p.m. Friday until noonSaturday I ROSS PLUMBING COMPANY
sent Rev. Vernon l I' C
I John V All Work Guaranteed
: ': h
Burial will be in Dyal Cvmetl"I )
\1 VA )0' I ITh. I Phone !lil-7410)( ] 1211 Bradford( St.
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life-long resident of Biad- .
: r( I ford County, Mr. Johns wasa .. "....I r.."I ter will be ",- ?'sE ,
: : mind) H o. uuinitlBtw. nu.ld i 11l..juul *,::4 '

14 member of the NoithsUIe "'It:, hili tfl. ,*,.'rin.. .....r f orlli 'In 'mId ..... "-,,- -.----- -----..--,- .... I '
1 Baptist Chlll''hlnd a retired *
k 'I'h.* HuuuvNHfuT bidder; If ttfivu 1
State Farm employee You: TELLING; ME .
I (III I I lif n"tltt.I.wllhlu, ( rivi. (lid School's Out Fishing's In i
Survivors Include hiM wife, ,|;I\M ntivr ''tlle"' l MiJilJ :\ ) -- YES WE'RE TELLINGOL",
.
Mrs. Verda orh. Hoard nf Pnblff1 "
Barber Johns of
r ImrmMimlrd.C. jHi'I'j: I l PRICES ARE FANTASTIC AT
I :ri.rV: ,'. the 'ift! ) t "School! was never lik. tlilw," H".V" Gray Flynn. 12-Jcur-old l ,I

I .mil' all,, lililH, mid to son of Mr. and Mitt. George. Flynn Jr.. an h.. proudly POH...H ; Nasworthy's Half-Price
.
Classified Ad in the TKLP.OKAPII I nl I"irmnlltlnHTICK I I
i 111 IV Fill i OK t'UUMIIIHAIiKOlin (' : with a 10 |P Miiiiiil, 10 ounce Mark butt. caught in KlnRsInyIjike FURNITURE SALE -
bring 1'M1I1t8.rO'I"CM
1oJII.rnt'f..IO': "
COUNTY.KL I on tiki flnit (lay of Hummerumtloii.. It will b.. hard 1 to j WilY PAY MORE?

,ATlioinn mind buck "book alter
get Oray'it on an excltlnjf: experiencelike
JrHupei '.
I. 1'iix-y.' .
% "' ,'Intondunt. I tlmt. I
White Lightenin'ljlliir N'otiw, IH h..r..by Klvon that' "-J .r ; .. 1
."'01.1 I IIle|,| will he rotHxid\ hj
the Hoard of I'uhlhIII'I"u'Ilon I ,
uvrrugen anti ground balln wnr! forn'o'Ki-n. by tlic-w of llrndford County Florida at

I little IciiKiiora. lust Friday as !>..).uty SlM-rlff Glen Moore the. offlop (of t lie "Htipci' )l I.Inti'tidtmt : ;
nf Public In tru"tlfin, of Bradford -
atlruereil. tlx'lr attention an he dlspoiwil. of thrtxgallonn of ColintV, P.I Ho\, '1'19
onflKcati-d rn..on"hlnd. Htjirki' *, I'Iiiidn.i up I in 7':1"':! p m.
(I KliTf on the lit)' of July III.IIIH7 .
1 ) for tini, 'onHlr1l'II. I,.,n ..f.
Bradford' Huh'' 11..1 l A"riulldlnif

:. ,. .,', broke it off and came .to rest rivmoilfllnir !Stnrlc, *
Flol'ldllat
: I I u gain at the stump. whU-h tin,,. bide Hl>all b*
Grant's. Ford was four feet opened anil, rcml uloiul, A n>
Mda, rbrelvd after' tho itpeclfli'd EXPHR1ENCKD<; WAITRESS TilE RIGHT I'UINT for the

I i' across highway'" the Into center the lame line occupied"f the Hfdored time, mill date will not, l h" eOn wanted. Apply In person at : II!'! I the way you writ Come (nand

I by the Chevrolet according to Dunn., HpailflrntionH! livid. ""n.tr".t the Garden ReHtaurant tfchg, tERJE: If you find your name among the Classified L I II select your favorite ES-
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doollnienlH may I I" pxatttln-. '
Trooper Sundberg. el, In the offli of Pon II. Morgan bring to The Telegraph office and receive TERBROOK fountain pen.
The accident occurred at 7 Anhllcit t, Zl'til: .; II\,')' 17' FOR SALE: 1 Black & Decker I I r TELEGRAPH.FOR .

p.m. Sunday 36 miles south lllMnwe follo\v8) : Park Florida and. an valve 'machine and hard- ot PASS to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-In. I'

of Starke on SR-1OO. t. F W Hoilire. Corporation., grinder. Price $250. Also gar- THEATRE PASS I

Grant won charged with JaokHonvlll 2. Florida age for rent; business or mor-i I SALK: 2 BR House on
( .
InJnonvllli. flini Itoom ----- -- -- nice lot $3200. Needs
driving while intoxicated and (JnlneBvlllR, "Florida age. Call after S p.m. weekdays some
I causing", property damage and >.!. ,% \\tt hl>. C'U'I"A'rJ1'1t0'IU."T. (>V : all day Sat and Sum DID YOU KNOW it's easy to CARL repairs 4O1 Alton Rd. Financed -

personal Injury and with having I : : | Phone 9647039.Ira, W Al- call Orange Park 264-6948./
Home T Bet-
A. (l1': I'HI'ONTRAC.; ( own a ngchamp I HAND CRAFTED Gulf ServicI
an improper tag.MAYOR'S TOKS" : Upon rpqiiBHt and len, N. Alton Road, Starke. ter built for Florida llv.ng; I tfchtf
rcuelpt. of 0ono( d",poHlt 4tp 6-22 YoU lot I GIFTSBy I VSKD PARTS
Your plans or ours. )
of Oeni ral ('ontrartorii.two .
COURTEight <3)) Hett.. of plan or ours. Contact Bufoid Mitchell : Top PrlcM: forN I LOSE WEIGHT safely wU!

'and upet'lfli litton fuiach ,. phone 904-68113, P.O. Box I I 24 Hour Wrecker Uex-A-Diet Tablets. ONLY 98a

-- ,.::._ _______ cases were disposed of 'In Staike Mayor's Court Tuesday I If plan* and(? ipeclfllatloni MARYPAIMTS AAA
: S 11 Green '
;"" two rani. wen| out of: In good' 1'indltlon k t ivj'Ii In I Jlwy. USED V ACt1tl.cleAnere reconditIoned -
whrn they sldenwlped WI the Ford. at left, attempted Hurst. the (fA) davu after re. W AI.L LOCKERS metal. Good I Williams! Jewelry I 488-1908 $15: up. 10 different:
They were: ," 'ht of hldK, 'thf full du* Condition $5 each. See at Clt- '
In' the Chevrolet. poult will I I I lit name brnrula to choose from.
Dorothy Crumley, disorderly B. 81 IH fONTUAfJTOKH("ivfiindul: !I, go; Station Starke. 4tp 6-22 Order Only !961-7509)(j !) L cY. Paits & excellent repairs all-

conduct by disturbing the and VKNDOUH: (, i.t.' Fn plant II FLYINO makes. KIRBY, BALES te
Collision Flips 2 CarsI HMtMilfioallonK to nub
peace End dlttordeily conductby rontrnrtoiH, vctiiir. ati PUBLIC NOTICE FLIGHT SERVICE 712 N. Main,, Gainesville -
fighting, fln d'$32SO./ the dxpoiilt will I." !Hlxtv: I i FREIGHT SALVAGE. HASTINGS MATTRESS; 376-7110.( ttck.g
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Syble Cook, Dollar ($60.nO( ) ) nIun 1% I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS plana rentals.. ( )
A Starke man. ..JohnWeseyCriuiZ pital; fur uts and brui ell. disorderly con- milpH tax. I If Die plann 3 ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINES Charter. Ke'ep your
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duct I 710 Lemon $t. Palutka.
34-year-old Negro, wan' The 1961 Ford driven by by disturbmg the peace and KiinclflcatlonH .ar. rn- BRAND NEW, gnlher. bharter '
a
charged Saturday after'' hlg car Grant overtook and tttarted to and disorderly conduct 'thyflgh.tjng urned within five In /fo..1((5).! .ailltlon. I rownlw 8U scratched In shipment. Orlg. Furniture Repaired I 964-609O.: I' Help, Wanted :
) iluyn afterreceipt
another vehicle ort the 1953 Chevrolet driven fined $52.60) 1 or html, Upholstered & Refinished
side-swiped ppss/ tlu (r ft guarantee Makes buttonholes,
SR-100 causing: both to go by Roland Kenneth Hodges 24, Gladys ,Simms, Voluntary In- fund will l to Thirty Hol, sews on buttons etc. DOES,; MATTRESSES REBUILT MALE
lars ( )(! ..
% toxl: cation au.IIO)I pltiH tax. 13poult : I
< sentenced
15
to
out .of control and Holl, according of Palatka. The Ford '''side- IKkK, hall be THli WORKS. Sacrifice foi New Innerspringsand I

: to Florida& Highway swiped the Chevrolet causing days in jail.Ernest made. payablet< he 1 $59. or pay off at $8 per. Box Springs WIMMH] Foreman familIar -

I* Patrolman. W, E. Sundberg. both drivers to lose control of Cooper, 'VoLuntary Intoxication C. OIU'AUATK:Arhltm'ct.: : HIIDRTM $m'p. month. Call Jack ol1vllle COLLECT Drop U" A ('_d or Call Hit* with Cypress logging

Grant was taken. to the their vehicles."" Grant's :Ford sentenced to a fin arntc thnetil foi rlrt,\vntcor | 353-1946 Anytime. Ask P.\LATK.* KA 5-9I6A to operate woods
Bradford with. skidded to the left and travel of $37. 0 or to seven days in piifreH. of peciflratlonfl
County Hospital for Warehouse. Will deliver '
jail. may be purr-tinned from nini.! PEGGY !SIIO.KR equipment and crew.:
'injuries described as bleeding ed 140 feet before rolling'ovel t tie An, 'lilti. i .IF ro-llow no obligation .llxhg 6-22 209 B. Adkln St. Substantial income.
wounds and distorted members. on Its top. The Chevrolet also' Leroy Fuller, disorderly conduct (no rcfnndM' )
i Three of the four In skfdfled to the left, 'rolled over by. dlaturuUng the peace, jm'miwlng, fI.OO per I FOR SAL: BRICK HOUSE Stands Ag..n&WIlliam
person .
Hlll'Bt. |>Iux 3% UX.I I I I I ;;: Write "J 1)." Drawer A
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voluntaty.into louitlaji .uantaa : for
the other car, a ,1953': CHeV"* twicewhirls'traveling 167 feet, .w $iectflmnttnn. $1t 'ploy ready occupancy. 3 bed \
rolct, were treated at the hoa- The' car hit a power pole ced to a fine of $D'(P or to 11 >IIKO.. nltii" h pM""n'" (HV I room, 1 '\'j bath. Located just R. WardRtUUCFU Starke Fla.
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day In j.iil. NOTI.S peciricntlona; : All rAtI''II'|,' eparnto Cur u'hiimmalul bid outside of city limits in Pine- .1 L I

Kddte Lee, Allen, disorderly jiondn' / In the amount of 1p..r breeze: Small down payment.
!I conduct by dlaturblng< ) the cent of the hid pavahli: to The Easy monthly terms. Long- : : FROM $100 TO I 1 HOUSE for rent. 3 bedrooms,

BILL POWELL -- REAL ESTATE I I peace sentenced to a fine of Bradford Hoard of County Publlo Jnelruction Florida, in ut champ Const; Co.. Contact Bu- I furnished, all electric kitchen,

I' $37.:SO or to seven days In jail. evidence. i>f Riiod' faith ind KnaranteelnjK ford Mitchell, Phone 661-6853. $70 PER: MO. 2 acres land on hardroad. Inquire

Isiah- Allen disorderly 'conduct that the iiuHiifnl P O Box 238 NEW ONE ISKDROOMFURNISHED at Lavender's Gift
TO bidder( will I I I .-...enlo, ,1 unj rim rn Ich I Starke. tfthgcl..IeH.Fliu Shop
by disturbing the peace the Hoard, of ,('u bik I Iimlruction t ( :. road 10O, 9 miles west of
voluntary intoxication, sentenced of I Bradford (',omnty. Kluildn'' a Sturke
i tfchg
BUYSELL TRADE bond ,lenued. liy thiSurety" : .UJ
to a fine of $37.50: or toseve"n'days llrenHi-d. to do I hunJnenK Com.liany In ii.\ ....:. GARDEN API'S.AIR .
in jail. i"hmmrlda' and listed U-HS; LAKEVIEW
by the Unit
CALL: 966& 164 Johnny Jackson disorderly ed HtntuH TrvaHiiry UupariniMiita tp IC III wm.ri. ___ ".IH> CONDITION & COTTAGKSi : -

AFTER HRS: 533-2018 conduct by use of profane and of' > aoeptablo the lonlruut, for.price hum ,pur within.-ent 1leIi. .ord uier i.3 ._...4l7E4iis NEXT TO B.HJ3 ON I i Spend the day with your fam-

Indecent language sentenced ten (I II.0) day after betnir a- ,;. '.10''...... I' ntVmsid i on Santa Fe Lake Parking
wardud the contract,,' Ha/ Id bona MAKE RESERVATIONS'' WASHINGTON ST.
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WRITE : P.O. BOX 1089 to a fine of $27.50 or to five uaranteelnir the performam-i' la edaa.e. _:::! per car Swim picnic

days in jail. payment of Hald bond to bt NOW for Fall Term Mama | 'JtI"R'!:: th. ....:ltO... 1iO'dMC Call Cottages by the week.
VISIT: 404 MADISON; ST. paid bjf the Contractor Priest Kincleigurtcu and Day c.D t. b.C ...ard. I 468-1129 Maude Comer.
No bidder may withdraw hiM Cure I FOR RENT By week
Center Call D81-7254 j MR. MASONcare
STARKE hid fvt a purlod of thirty (3D I I CAMI Oil' 'III \ K... 12Uhg 8-21
.. THE RIGHT POINT for the day after the date But for 6-8 Stchjr' 7-27 I HO wo>i<. .., K'... ",:a.SC I IK > room air conditioned '
FARMS: ACREAGE? the way you wrltei Come in opening. ? hereof. I I ;.4li. word oCr AO ..')11 of Ernest Te* on Crystal Lake Call !' SALE 1 bedroom
FOR RENT! : 2 Bedroom blockhouse
keg. I.eaU I and select :yvur favorite ES- .t (unfurnished Realty 'Ine i I U 1C Whitehead ttcl1&I 8 x 35. Westmoreland
) at 624
Estate Broker HOMES: COMMERCIAL: TERBROOK fountain pen. .' =- -, :- =- ./ Eppeiaon St. Phone 901-5219. UNDERWATERWEED : I Park. Ph. 964687.

TELEGRAPH tf-ohg : Gainesville, Ph. 376-6461 INSt! 'R.NCE tfchg

I I CUTTING AT KEUtTED K.\ : I
12Wides. 2906 N. W. 13: !h St. RENT 2 bedroom
.\UTO. FIR':, .
GOING out of business July All Types house Will be vacant
First Customers notified pick I I DOYLE 1 I'!. (' 1. See by appointment

Custom Made\ up shoe repairs Court Shoe Re. Bulldozer & INSUR.\NCK: | : 1021 Palm St. Ph. 961-

For Florida Living pair. 3tp 8-29 Drag. Line WorkJ. I ONE STOP 4-: ..3t.p-6-22


YOU Get M
I For Your $ $ with CoBese tablets. Only 98c. PHONE f 64-772> MASONRYMATERIALS asha 20' A: 24' wide frame home. 43 acres im

This.sm'. Koch'n" Oru "tore. IQtchg( 8-24 Clemaon Layton Travel paatuie Fenced and
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:No Salaried ComI I FOR RENT .
or Unfurnished; el"s. Liberty Taylor. I s fenced. Many out-bulld-

shopperisat missioned! Employees WANTED MATURE WOM- two BR house outside city. I' buy, sell, trade Year Only 17600.

: AN Bookkeeper with some Furnished apartments in noaictvg( Buckeye Trailer 528 Corner lot 150' by

DAD & BRAD.LARSEN secretarial experience. Call Starke. W. H Nollman. tf chg Inc. 867S Roosevelt ". .3 bedrooms. CBS horne,

.M smart: "banker" LIKE TO WORK Brannan Plumbing. 4733080or RETIRED COUPLE or single Ready Mix: Concrete Concrete Orange Park 2642131. by large Pecan tree:

473-4845. Itchg Block. Sand). Reck.c.anlC'nt. by Azaleas Small
FREE RENT in
person. exchange -
YOU Benefit! .- payment. Total price, i
FOR SALEShot Gun 12 for light duties. Write Mortar. Steel Oy'e.tee Myers Power .
Shell. Umerock. Roof
guage Box 686 Keystone Heights. .
pump Remington
Gra-xel Prerant Uat.I.. and homes, farms ranches
$ AU Sizes on Display Model 870. Excellent condition Fla. 32656. tfchgSII.VER Area Headquarters I
Window StIle. Everything' Lannnumen Power ", business and retire .
Contact -
Frank ,
8-J)0-12 Wide: 964-6900. Hardy :: SAND LAKE for Maxonry (Construction. MrC'uJlorh latin homes give us a call. I
Itp
IVt Bathsand $3,730 to V3.300 Iump & Watrr 8). STROUT REALTY I

Expandable' BOARDING HOME tor elderly GATOR HONE:: LAKE; ANNOUNCINGA Brlgipi & l Stratton ..: N. Temple Ave. Staike, I
((904)) 9B4-66O9
people at Kntul Sates I
Klngsley Lake -
$3,275 to $3.300
Phone 533-2233. 1 lip 230 N.E. 16th Ave.Galneeville H. Spears j
New and Used EASY TERMS
376-8411
FOR SALE-Slightly used 2 See S. E. McKay Ready Mix Plant RKNT: FURNISHED !
8-Yr.
financing available hp Wizard Lawn
mower. Kryatoiie Height.* -tit- 1 bedroom cottage. Air

There's no secret to her success in Briggs-Straton Motor. Perfect I'hone1734.316, I KeystonaHeights ANTIQUES FOR
shopping or in banking. She often shops Use Our Renta -Purchase St. Phone condition. 328 N. CHurch 473-4710 nr 433-41.12" : Quigley Museijm. Open I near nchool Renner

PlanPaymentsUnder 964-61011. Up East ., 383 964-
MAdison St.. Washington.
Where she can get everything she needs I I For Better Service To .
$50 Per.Month WANTED 1959 English Ford for sale tfchg
at one time in Experienced Secretary That Area. I I
one place I And she always Write "S". Drawer A $225 Runs good. Phone 782- : 3 BEDROOM: house
"' "" i i i
banks where she finds every bank. I. Starke. giving age. education, 3068. Sup 6-22 We Will Not Be /3'/j'\': acr4' strawberry '' AT LAST! I
mile from limits. $ ,
city
ing service she needs at one time, in NOW experience references etc. MAN or couple to live in with : Undersold. I'h. 9114-5801. *3tchg A HOME OWNERS II

one place: OUR "FULL SERVICE" tfch.* elderly person. CaW 9tI -683-&. POLICY

BANK! Why don't you? FOR SALE Renault Dau' '-1 >? Stchg 6-23 Bradford TUTORS: Two certified
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j I For Mobile Homes
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE phlne engine $15. Trans-axle Larry O'NealWAITRESS ers available -thU.. ]
That
$15.00. Other parts. Phone private or small group Qualify
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I 964-6836. Itchy wanted applyat Ing In Math and .Kngli: h. I I Il I CALL, THE MAN i

Full Lake Privileges LAKE" Home's Restaurant or Call EngineeringCo. l 96-1-69i2! or 064-615J.) :! FROM I KEYSTONE
ON
Homestead Exempt- CRYSTAL 2 782-9827. 2tchg;' 6-22: J FOR RENT 3 room
I
Financing-' stoiy. 3 bedroom, 2 ment with private' r George E. LaRue .
bath. 1800 ft. 100 250 FOR SALE 10 -of
FL.ORIDA I sq. X acres central heat, modern' AGENCY
ft lot Phone 473-46D4. Keystone land. Rd. 16. Close to town. Leola F. Roberts. 20V.& { '
Ills.
Lake Geneva I Helnhts. Itp Call 533-2413 Itp kins St. 3tp ) 473-4692

.. .. Phone Starke
r :'B '4N; K 'A>r sl'rJ: : / FOUND Bull owner can FOR RENT--On rage Apartment RUNT 1 &: 2 bedioom

: ; Trailer SalesO have by Identifying C. R.i nice for co.iple or 964-5403. HOUSE FOR SALE *. Can be moved on your
Rosier La\vtcy, Fla.Up bachelor. On Klngley Lake ley. Frame" house 1800 lot. HAve 2 in town set

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group i Lake Ph. !aT -2i01:\ tfrhf' I Keystone Ready .feet with central heat J. B. Whitt. Phone 964-
Route 10O One Mile SE: FOR SALE or lease .--- Large 1 conditioning 3 bedrooms, 2tchg 6-22

Ke.rton Helfhta 1 3 bedroom frame house, corner PLANTS FOR SALE-.Cock's Mix ''lly room living room,
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Open Sun. &: Evening I lot Fenced back yard bohiix.r ) Comb. MailKold. and Petun- Keystone' room carpeting Adjustable Vinyl Book

'- ',4ti!' a. Westmoreland St. U*.-Mrs W. A. Stern, Pl>. 473-4285 Large garage; Call 182-3< ) '* AU eiaea :30 caMs r*.
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\, .. .,-,," \ .. ,.( Feud Between Neighbors Ends ready jumped from the car I I Deputy Green said the two

,' "I .dI! fi-t' 1ltMAth. .j)40 ''fII1. $ "M; .'! era ''' ''r' '' '' i'.leoIr., .};,,' .. ',.) .\' f ." when the h.,. ''ufaf, rnaxlo, according men have maintained' a feud
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Zf1t'T rPrw ) e -1. "' -4 a. "'" : ,. oI'. .,.FX63 I T' 1E4 In Shooting And( Assault Charge to 'Deputy' Sheriff for some time over the speedat
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10' : I ... ,, .' ... """ .. tlit.1. ..'.af'']I. ." ..I"J, "'t'.fI, I .& Robert Green. whilch Morrison drove his
tt" t7p 7 t t .. I:;' _II'. < . ,. -"1 1.I \ ,I rifle car pANt Kendall'", house.
British-made several
.. A running feud between: two calibre The two men 11 re on a
,,., ''I'I! ,,'..1'r ., >, :. 1 11 neighbors: over the speed at I times at the rear of M. S. gravel road which' travels In Kend .11'. uund was SlOt at

,',- 'h ... ,.. .'_ \ ,Y ,. .' t which one drove past the Morrison's car. One Mot hit a curve off US 301 north of 12,500 by County Judge T. A.

Jr-I'I: \, It.,.. .t -I other's property ended Saturday -'the automobile, going throughthe Starke. One end of the roadis Yawn at an arraignment Mon-

: t.. r In a shooting, hi whichI trunk, back seat front at' Buck Carter's Grocery day. Kendall made, the bond
.e i ,I nobody was hit and an assault Store and the other at Brad and Is free after spending Saturday
.. '\' >; :- with Intent to murder charge. seat and floor board to exit ford Furniture Corp. To reach I to Moday In the Brad-

.... ">I James Eugene Kendall, 43, 'under the engine. ,idle highway, Morrison had togo I ford County Jail.

.. C La charged with firing a .303 Kendall had fired several post Kendnll'a property or I A preliminary hearing is set

>s. r.----... N go around the other way by, for June 23 at 10 a-m.

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Future Farmers Take AwardsAt tilRSi6'

HEARD TilE NEWS?
Annual State Conventioned

'r NASWOKTIIY'S SELLING
'I
I t HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF"
Bradford County Future the planting and growing of
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Farmer of America membersand strawberries. FURNITURE ATHALFPRICE

:. Advisors Paul Hutolvlns Ceoll Stalnaker was named ;. !

and Curtis Marlowe spent last the District, Sltr Greenhancl.
Monday through Friday at the He was one of the six district ,' WilY PAY MORE?

I annual State Convention winners to compete for' the

.. t' 1 Daytona Beach, coming home Star: State Greenhand honor. :
: I... loaded down with awards Lamar demons wan named
.. _:I-'I.L! l -..."",- "I''"" .' ..:._,::... !'l' ,( Two boys, Greg Alvarez and, winner of the district Crop

The new steel plant on Lincoln Road Is being covered Co. of Jacksonville speeds along to meet a mid-July pro DaY-hi Scott, won second placeIn Farming contest and won a
the staite in the Demonstration $23 cash prize.:
CABOT SELECTED
this week with corrugated tin Construction duction date.MidJuly
siding as Peeples Contest. They demonatrat- David Scott was a. district

winner in Farm Electrification
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,: ,".. \' ,>:.' '( \.,, for which he recewed $15 cash.
CHARCOAL
:I".." Six Bradford received BRIQUETS
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f.'Y' boys
Set ( Coming AttractionsAt
Operation : :: 1"- ,; "
.<<(1' "' ..t ', 'I' the State Farmer Degree;I
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Florida'Theatre .
,,( j they are Danny Waters, David "
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;/.fIo': -IftJb. : W'.Tji 1 1v ." j' ,kv:. '.. \do, Qrlffls. Lamar demons, Bobby) i' Best Buy in Town
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"The
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.. Happening,
... ., I I'I starringAnthony Patrick Ronnie Newman and I
For New Steel 1 PlantBradford's :i. Quinn Michael Parka.. David Srott. |
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( I George Maharls, Robert Both chapters Bradford and While it Lasts!

,JMo'I: '. I{ Walker Martha flyer and: Starke; received superior rat '"'
20 LB.
a
10 LB.
LB. '
new steel plant, being attached to the steel will be employed when the '':: _, I II newcomer Faye DunaiA>ay will lags, Paul HutchlruT Bradford
.. 1 1I. BAG
BAG BAG
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Owen Joist of Florida, IB expected -I frame this week. All employees operation first begins and "our \ i I show Wednesday and Chapter was rated third In the I]

to go? Into operation by of the new plant, except' Teden I production won't be much fora I II IThursday, June 28 and X, at district and received a $15 cash ;

the middle of July, Vice-Preal- and his foreman Don Parnell, while," Peden says, referringto I Theatre. prize. ; $
dent and General ManagerFred will be hired locally and train.! the fact that all the em' if! Screening Sunday Monday, I 48t: 67c $1.25 II

Peden said Wednesday. ed. Three were hired last week ployeee WiU have to be trained :rr a : and Tuesday, is "Eight On The ;-
Lam/b"/ starring Bob Hope TUB RIGHT POINT/ ( the I
Ground was broken for the and two more began work In full operation the plant .

plant. seven weeks ago and the Wednesday. will have 70-75 employees, .. Phyllis Diller, and Jonathan way you write. Coma In* and I!I
corrugated, tin siding la fast Approximately 25-30 personsFREEMO he said. The main (at left of | Winters In another rany com- Jackson Building Supply
the photo above) or production' edy.Theme elect you favorite ESTER- I!
I
: wing 1 Is 360 feet long and 60 of "The Happening" ,II -
feet wide. The storage wing la centered around the "kid- BROOK .ounUla pen. TEI..E-: I' 'N. Cherry St. Phone, 964-6078 -

''a portion of which can be seen naping" of Anthony Quinn, a GRAPH I| .Lrr-

I I at the right of photo I la 270 big-time racketeer who offers
feet long by 70 feet wide. rrr hlmuelf as a hostage, then Isar.w

Machinery and raw material finds to his amazement: and -
,
In ithe form of corrugated rode chagrin that 'hl>< family and -

has already begun to arrive at friends refuse to ransom him

tho new plant. back.

The joists to be manufactured .... .. | Filmed entirely on locationIn
at the plaint can range from M" : '''' Miami Beach, where residents .

+ eight to 24 Inches deep and up : M'-i 1I!' : participated: in a real
'
.
I to 60 feet In length. traffic jam with the assistanceof l i flflFY'Wt \

The floor of tne plant will ., '" off-duty policemen' and I
.
be clay and it he sides of the ; .". .witched, Quinn on the rampage
building are to be left uncovered lilt 'he tossed garbage cans
(I up to 10 feet high In the Fol't'nJaJDon'I'amell, who moved from sOuth Carolina"o': ) through A telephone booth, 'the II t r

O Ao 'production wing and much Hampton, Molds. a !steel Joist like the &'v to be manufactured technicolor ptxxTu
higher Ion the storage wing. hi-re. Columbla*Ptcturea-Sam Spiegel

Leaving the fcldes open I la an presentation. 'r I

t A r experiment, Peden says, "to Company and Owen Joist Company -I An expansion of the Starke I Jadcson Building Supply.:

try and see how it works." of Columbia South Caro- plant, identical to the produc-
A similar plant to make lina was expanded to Florida. tion wing under construction as Strickland reached base :
on an II
I error
r s7k"INS *n+e.Il structural steel I la nearing pro- Manufacture of the structural now and with 70-75 employees,
OF STARKE FLORIDA INC. 30 Days Only ,
STANDINGS 30 -
: Noegel's. 4' Days Only Ri.rtseNratreea
; steel and
joists _
; ps duction at Whitehouae near are separateoperations la planned In a few 'years if .
rDWIJ Jacksonville.! Beth plant were I in South Carolinaas I business: wszra.nts'; It, Peden I 1; Garden Rest, 3-3;. Register ,'
Oil, 3-2
Pest Control
:
planned when Owen Steel well as Florida. says. I' '
I 1- 14. :

'.. i, SCHEDULE 'tiE
: J; : ., PAINT
Bantam League Conner Wins night June 37. to playa. 'l''''I' Thursday, June 22: 7:30:
Register Oil vslNoegel'a.: 9:00: 7
Adds Team First Half InWomen's p. m.reminder game.A to all Pony Garden vs Pest Control. / All Southern .

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,
League players: 'Pepsi-Cola Tuesday. June 27: 7:30: .. .
From LeagueConner
Keystone Register OH Garden. 9:00Noegel'a "
vs :
will practice each' Mondayand Climates ,: :
vs Pest Control. 4n .
Wednesday the Branding ,
I The Bantam Boys Baseball Insurance ran ; a -yyta

League will. add.:! Cunningham away with the 1st Half Iron i,.,'I'L1ellday'and I e"
H ..
Gulf of Keystone to Us memo Championship of the Wom- Thursday. All practice sea .
APPLY
slons will be held at the BHS I B.L.P. PAINT IS EASY TO
bership and. 2nd half play will en's League by defeating 1m The Circuit Court Korllrnilford

start Thursday, June 22, Ooodman's Gulf 12-7, Friday field at 4 p-: m.OneRua ... '- C'lvll' Action fimatr 1\1..Florida tm/ I AND YOUR BEST'BUY AT ;

Games played to date In the night June 16. it *** Walter flend.rRon and KB- j
2nd half will not count toward Conner came Into the Wins talla H.nd mon, hi* wlfa. 2 .
Plaintiff, v. Willie Hubbcrt' JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYFor -
,
the standings- Lawteywas game undefeated while Highlight Jr. and Hattie Hubbert, hIe II .
unable to continue to Ooodman's had lost only one I wife, Derndana .
Iir -that one to Conner earlier In Men's NOTICE OK"/ ''''JT ...
'field a team necessitating i League To ...
Willis Hubh.rt, Jr. and
I the change. the season. Itattla, Hubbart, ,111* wife, Ad'i J I r7z" I au = :
The schedule for Carolyn Dyal and Ann Fans at West Side: Park dress unknown I .
Thursday.
I June 22, will pit 1st half Godwin led Conner with 3 I Tuesday night were treatedto that You.an Ar action Hereby to foreclose Notified al i a P BUK w :

champion. Police Dept., hits each while Barbara Mas- a double header In which mortgage on tha following. :
ters and Ima Jean Bryan the difference in' the property In Bradford County,( t. ..
against the new entry from games Florida. : If." -.. '--11III-- :
had three each for Good- I were one run and In each The South II .IIT
I Keystone at rit{P. m. The 6:30: halt o-t the East \\
evenly-tlvt ((71) feet of the .
game the winning team -
Now you csn.nioy.asyroomtoroom I game will match Southern man.Goodman Want one hundred. levanty-flva' ,
mobility for your I Discount against BPOE. started things came to bat for the last time ((17B feet of the SoutH Two
Color TV viewing plus this outstandingvalue oft by picking up 3 runs In trailing by one run. hundred cavanty-four (S74)f ) to --
I Monday June 26 BPOE .. .. I :.
:
: vs
Block
al of
8evanta
'In n ((17))
big screen compact table model colortelevon. I the top of the 1st inning 1 Register Oil and Fla Pest .
Police. S m. Cunningham East!= of the railway./ Town. of
Handsomely designed metal cabinet In I p. In the 4th. and 3 In the 6th. Control played the 7:30: Li...wtey, Bradford. County .
I Metallic Beige color. 6*Oval twln-con. speaker.Model I vs Southern Discount, 6:30.: I Conner came up with 5 In game with Pest' Control pullIng Florida, and In Baotlon Twen- WASHABLE FLAT I
READY 1 MIXED
j X4204L The PRESTON I ty-threa ((93), Township five
I '----,---- i the 1st, 5 In the 4th, 2 in out an 8-7 win. The win- (5) ..South Runs: Twenty-two WALL, PAINT KILLS RUST FASTMaonry''orWallboard
i I I INT. OR EXT. FOR
Small Fry the 5th. ners scored 3 runs In the ((22) East a. per map or plat ENAMEL NEEDS

I THIS BIG 227 IN. League ReadyTo Games scheduled for Mon- first Inning took the lead in ft a recorded 39, public In': Plat Book record No. of 1Page 'Spectacblar''Cblors Reg. $4.95 NO PRIMER :
BUY SQ. day night were rained out the 6th 7-6 before Pest Control -: Bradford County Florida Re?. $3-49
Start Monday I and will be played at a later came up with the winning -i has. been filed against you andy Now $2.69 Gal. Now $3.30 Reg. $6.59 to $9.08 :
RECTANGULAR ZENITH u are required to larva a SALE PRICE
date. run in the 7th. i copy of your written defeiia .W| Matching Enamel
i ,.1 I The Small Fry Baseball 8CIIEDULE r In the night cap, Garden It any, to It on..Thovia A I 1 --r-- 1$4.39. $6.05 gal. :
League will begin JU ached Pistol, Attorney for 1 iPlain w
COLOR TABLE TV I Friday, June 23: Bcggs vs I Restaurant edged Noegel's' by tiff, whole address I* 103-6 ; ..
ule of game Monday, June North Temple Avenue, Btarka, .
KFC, 7::30, Conner vs Good- scoring the tying and winning -
26, at 2:30: P.I m. The, boys Florida. and file the original' .
I have man, 8:30.Monday: runs in the bottom of with 'the CTerk 'of the abova- .
been placed on teams June 26 Crews vs the 7th. Noegel's picked up styled Court on or before July .
I : .
Week and given the 1 following team 3 in. the 10 11187 j I. otherwise a Judgment
Per 1st .Inning.
For Just runs .
i $$4.00 names and coaches: .Yankees Goodman 7:30.: Begs vs! may bo eotered' against you ear / I .
I Conner 8:30.Branding: Garden scored! one !fn i the fo-r'the' relief demanded In the
i .
-Coach Ricky FrIck. Mets- complaint or ) .
and
2nd after 2 innings Noegel's -
hand .
Coach Wltnaao and .seal, of
Richard Williams. my
led 3-1r In the 3rd Noesel's ..
I I Iron aid Coll' rt.o24pRe 13, 1967.
i CUbsCoach' Randy Jones, scored 2. Garden 3 and 1 tABAL) .
I AND GET THIS FREE Ttgfers r coach David Will To Live after 3 innings Noenal'g still Charles A. Darby MaQfut .
Host Oak
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Rams' .- : Clerk of the Circuit Court I r ; col flrHi a
l % .
held the lead&-.- In the 4th DY"/*/ Beulah"MoodyDeputy r
Games will be played each In( Pony League Clerk ..
:Inning. Garden led the gameat
.
Thomas A. Pierce -GLOSS EXT. H.P,
I VALUE CART Monday andThursday, at S all. Neither, team ,could ENAMEL FOR e
$2995 Attorney ''at Law ,
2:30: and 3:30: Schedule forMonday The Bran'lng:! Iron one of FOR WOOD | .
score a run In the 5th buU4n 101-6 North Temple Ava.Utarke ,
FLOORS
"JUne 26 etafke's two local Pony POUCH >II
/ ? the' 6th. Noegel's scored the Florida' 1201. Mildew Resistant
I Yankees vsMets, 2:30.: League teams, will play host Attorney, for plaintiff Re r. $7.41
I, go-ahead run and the ''score 4/15 4t. T/II Ilegr. $7.20
to Live Oak Friday' night,
Cubs' v Tigers 3:30.:
remained S-S until the' bot- Now
FEATURESNew 4.94
ZENITH QUALITY Now -
4.80 ,
Jane 23. at' West Side Park. -
Thursday, June' 29: Cubs PlilMELESSlIOS
tom of the 7th. Watts lea off _;, a
Zenith High Performance Handcrafted Chsssls vs Mets. 2:30.: Tigers vs Yan Game time is set for 7 p. m.
I with a single Malloy tripled rN THE COUNT JtiDOE'SCOt 33 1-3% OFF UNCONDITIONALLY | Paint For Wood ;
with no printed: circuits. kees. 3:30: The Pepsi team will Jour- I him home and scored himself w.. If:>1' ANR FOR BRADFOnDCOtfNTT NTEED'PAINfi
I
Super Video Rang 82-Chancel Tuning Systemfor ney to Live Oak Taeeday FLORIDA CU-A-RA Or Masonry-Acrylic
ultra-sensitive reception. PROBATE NO.-.1..a, Reg. $8.10
IV' THB MATTER OB" THE OFF JN MOST SUNDtlY* ,
20
Sunshine Color Picture Tube for greater -r.'ifa&--- -'\ '- : ESTATE OF LILLiAN MAE % w Now $5.40
I t ( -
picture brightness. r BISHOP, DECEASED! ITEMS -

Exclusive I Patented Zenith Color Demodulator. t ea NOTICB TO CWUniTOHSAJKperaon : I
t having] cUIni or
Circuitry unsurpassed Color TV hues. e ee ft<< I I demand Lillian. Ma against.. Blehop in* Estate deceased. of, SPRAY PAINTS reg.$1.35'NOW, $1.01

HANDCRAFTED for greater dependability are notified< to-file.uoh claims :
I>.ooA ,-- ._ h . r,, .. .. ",. I In the office of .the Count .

SAVE NOW! SUPPLIES LIMITED! Judge the CourthOuee; for Bradford at Sturke.C'.unly Florida at. @D. .

-within six calendar month < .
from the tlmof the first publication
tJ" MALTS and! SIIAKESDeiicious of this:: Notice, alia they I

will baoerna) void according to I :
law. .
: ROOFING
YOU NEED LUMBER '
Each claim. must! pa In writing WE HAVE[ EVERYTHING.
GAY'S + thick and'creamy. Served with"'your eurorn.ta. ? ay.th.Claimant! : I I.LYWOOD..DOOHS; WINDOWS.-'NAILS' -, HARDWARE;;
his agent or attorney, and filed ,
favorite flavor' 'Refreshingly smooth and. it's within said period"land must NEW OR USED I AT LOWER PRICES SEE' US, SOON MARK e

l.t.c4, healthful. contain Uu. plaaa of reddanca JACKSON IN IAN GREEN' .* ..* : :
so-o-O' and poet office address of the e
HOME APPLIANCES) Claimant. A copy of euoh claim .r a
hall also be delivered to the '
;. ,964-6078
TASTEE-FREEZ County Judge.
'. EUGENE TANNER, OWNER DRIVE-lfj t t'K: t 'W of, the Eng.Estate lkn.Bxxmtrlx JACKSON, BUILDING SUPPLYPhone & Cherry!t&

335 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7511 -''' U.S. 301 North Phone 964-6111& 1 9(, LIJIan'! :'li-1 Bishop 4t t-23 ; a e

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Promotion Star Given You're Able -- Read The Label of agony or needless deathHere in the dark.WARNING,
I yr
Sgt. Trump i'l they are: CHILDREN-
,
Avoid Accidental Poisoning MECHC1NES> IN' CUR- Don't overstrcRs !it; you
l
RENT USE- Keep careful might get the wrong reac-
High pi-alno 'no "the mont suppl..I0... of enemy.,,fire, "Sgt. Trump quickly calcu courage! contributed significantly all other com ideratU:na. He Poison doesn't sound like and recovery la somethingfew track of their whereabouts: tion. Laxatives, vitamins,
outstanding non-rommlsRloned "A.i the lnmlna? eltetny lated/ the enemy to be approximately to the overwhelming do- has seen ground combat' in much of a fun drink, but on people are apt to forget. don't leave them within nail polishes: soaps, detergents -
offlcv-i' I have ever known*" rounds. g>Atnevi 'in intensity! .,9gt., 200 meters from his feat of the enemy.! three wars under extremely any given day about 1,800 Three-quarters of the vic- children's reach. countless household
and present.it of the Silver Trump heroically cl'adrkit'to position. Without hesitation' In a recommendation for difficult circumstances, and so people somewhere in the USA. tims of these mishaps are EMPTY MEDICINE BOTTLES Items contain substances
St.11 award has como lu Sgt. the top at a perimeter burtker, and while under exposure to I promotion' Lt. Col. Chamberlain has long since rid himself of can be counted on to toes a children. Don't reuse them. that may be poisonous, Your
William P. Trump whose wife exposing himself to'the\ deadly I the enemy mortar fire, Sgt. / wrote: any Illusions concerning the little down the hatch, or Ignorance and careless- Throw them out. Christmas Seal association:
:
the former Volclta Hodges, fragments; In order to'. deter\ ) Trump took an accurate azi- "Sgt Trump IB the most outstanding glory of war. Yet, In order to take It In solid form If that'sthe ness are the twin culprits In CtEANINO OR EXTERMINATING suggests: in case of accidental -
Jives ,nt Hampton Lake. mine tho position of the ihodUle muth and started the ,
counter- non-commissioned officer accompany his unit to still way it comes. accidental poisoning. Many CHEMICALS poisoning phone your
The prates( came in a recommendation mortars Without T' irard' .for mortar program. I have ever known and another war, .lie concealed certain These people aren't trying people though well informedon Don't put them on shelves doctor or nearest hospital
for promotion to his pellllOnaI8afety. Sgt. Trump. "Throughout the fierce at I'm sure one of the finest In conditions of health, such I to harm themselves. They the safety rules for pre- where food Is stored immediately. If a medicine
Sfft Trump by Lt. Col.! EdwinW remained Atop the bunker. until tack Sgt. Trump remained at the United States Army This as old wounds,. which would I swallow poison by mistake- venting It, get lazy about LABELS Scan them or drug has been taken by
Chamberlin, commander of suddenly he aJer Uy spotted his perilous position in order NCO has dedicated a lifetimeto ; have made hIm non-deployabls all 600,000 of them a year. carrying them out. Others carefully on chemical or drug mistake and the victim is
the 3rd Battalion, GOth Infantry the jnuzBle) flaah&tlt; ,, the to adjust mortar fire on the the service of his countryand had ho so desired. One seldom I I Not many die, fortunatelybut just never happened to hear containers I brought to a hospital) take
/ IT S. Forces. enemy roumta' aa they. left. the enemy Sgrt. Trump's resolu- repeatedly placed duty to finds such'examples' of devo- the trauma of frIght about a few simple precau- HIT-OR-MISS Don'tgIve along the medicine bottle or
Presentation "f the SliverS I mortar tubes tion of purpose and extreme the Army and hill I'imntry! over tion anymore." and.' Illness between Intake tions that can prevent hours medicines or take them. a sample of the medicine.
>HI> WAS announced by Col.! .
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M W I KftifUII. chief of staff.I .
Oth (Inlnntry Division, U.S. : .\ -'i": ""'::' AI ,w.t ;WjtrIII: \ ..i''n-1': -:. ;; : : .. '



WOI'ld'ur conflict.Army"letnam.SII.Sgt.TI Trump ump Is II aIM,, and now a distinguished the veteran serving Korean of In Why Do People Drive So Far To Deal With .



himself while serving as an
(Infantry Senior Sergeant dur-
nc; an enemy mortar attack on
Dong Tam, Vietnam," the citation -


round.Awakened, sold.Sgt. Trump by. Incoming bravelyran TER .11LLEGAR OTORS ?

into the Hhrapnel-fllled air .
t awaken the members of tho
company "and to alert the Battalion -
Mortar Plntonn Once
armired that all his personnel

were their In bunkers to the the relative, Sgt.Fire Trump safety Direction returned of- $Sells. For Less --- Highest Trade-In Allowance --- Low Bank Rates -- 36 Months To Pay

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Xotlre I I. hereby a-lvcn that .

vlHloim DIM undernlKnid'if Chapter under 20,09.1 the, Law pro Service Department In This Area .And You With Confidence \When You From Us.Serving
r of.'!lHter Kliirlcla.with Act the of Clerk 1041 of, will thPlreMilt Buy Buy .
Court, In and for Bradford -
C'luny. Florida, upon r*'-
elpl, of proof of .publlcatln. of
thin nntlre. the flctlt'nua' name.
I of am floyd eng-aa-ud I3nterprl/ In under bualneia which at
Florida Jtoule 1, Sox 272-A. Starke, For THIS IS FOR D COUNTRY

Glenn B Crawford, Routs 1,
owner.JInx 272-A. Starke Fla. aoli This 9

Hated this tin of June,
I aay .

County A.D.> 196T Florida.nv at-.Starke 5YTEVTOTO,6/8 Bradford 4t i 8Ju'rU'.l I Area> ;, Years What Are You Driving ?


HtX.ISTKIt! FUT1TIOI.V '
Notlcu la hereby given .
the underattrned under 1 the N"'E\\ 'II
vlKl'ma i of Chapter 20,051,

c o e. of nil(Inter County: Florida Court with,: Ftorliln., th Ac-t In<' and Clerk of upon"1941 for of receipt'llradfori the (Or of I '. OUR BUSINESS I f1g CK '\WITH CLYDE TODAY HE'S DEALING IN YOUR FAVOR

-
Ik h S proof of I'lIhl..II"n. of thla no- IS SERVING I YOUService -
I
o tire thf fIftltlruiif name of DlxlMotel ,
,
under uhlcn we are enimarpd -
o : In hualnena at 744 N.
I, T Temple Ave.. Htarke, Flrida.i goes far beyond initial selling with
Gary G Ifunhei and Blanch
A. Huifhen. 744 N. Temple Ave us. If means offering the finest cars and i
I StA rke. Florida own ere.Unle,1 .:'...t.vr fruckfl.in their field. It means fair prices
!
iiM ., 19B7 this at Und Starke.day Bradfor of .June.A.D. ., on--411 repair and replacement work. It ...... -
County Florida. 5 NEW : : :; : ; : NEW 1967 FALCON
T 8/23 4t '7/1 means promises kept on service deadlines.
tlr ,It-.means a sincere "Thank You" for the 4 DOOR
'( llrnilforil In The' (..Clrrult...nt,. Florida.Court Of rust/\'you 'have placed in us. It means we I I I.SPECIAL'j '
JOVCU! LVX.V, Lewis, Plain will/ continue''to do all in our power to keep MUSTANGS
' tiff. v. WILLIAM JOHN $
LICWIM,: Defendant a'satisfied customer. 50.00FC
NnTir-K!: OF UTT isrl
Tni Wllllnm John fowls FROM OF THE YEAR 1393
,-/0 Mm' Victor ICoytrtuvv 'CLYDE TERWILLEGAR
Mflla., Pennavlvonla.you .
ere hereby notified that Air ConditIOned For
an Httlon for divorce liatf, been '
d FORD PICK-UP
lulreil>fll 'd IIII'D'nRt'to you....rvR.and. you copy are of 1 : $$2245.00 67
your written 'lef..n..8.. If ,
t Attorney.j It, on Theron for Pin A In. tiff Yawn.whom any Jr.. $ 5--1967 tLP Includes Heater and Defroster, Rear $$1.00 Extra

adrlreHA. la Bradford County .:n: _. Bumper Turn Signals Seat Belts
.
$
Cnurt House otarke, Floridannd -
file the original with the DEMONSTRATORS Flasher, Padded Dash, Windshield
Clerk' of the above styled, Washer, 2 Speed Electric Wiper.
Court on or before July 17
11117!' otherwlw> H Judgement FULLY
may tin entered aaralnHt you EQUIPPED ,
for the relief demanded In the $ ANOTHER SERVICE FOR
.
Complaint or petition.WltnesH '
my hand and the $ 1895
seal of anld Pourt at Htarke. BIG DISCOUNT $ STARKE
'Florida' this 8th day of June,
19R7.!
(1 S 1'\: f.) $ .v, $
'
of"hMrl."Ha' Id-.Court A. Iiurby, A. Clerk $ 100! Per Cent GUARANTEE $ New Finance Plan On
6/16 H 7/0

$- 5 :YEARS or 50,000 MILES $ NO DOWN PAYMENT Auto Repairs

.
'no\ VI'IOM
I,, Curl llumt.May 51 Mayor. 1987 of the IIJ ?j .laiI @'.m Let Us Install A Genuine Ford Air Con COMPLETE
City of Starke\ Florida. by vlr.tuc :.' . ditioner with 2 year Warranty in your car. NO DOWN PAYMENT
of the authority vested
.
In by law. do MOTOR ASSEMBLY
my hereby calla
Spur, 'til, Kindlon to be held al Late Model New or Used Car

tin nitld. e'imtalinn>i ,I'lty. hy'Ih.In ..the nnallfliifrn .afore... ... .{ FOR ONLY
BLOCK ASSEMBLY
(l Elm' tore) on TtiHHda INSTALLED
July ih,.. '19(17( A. 1>. for the :
purpoei'APPOINTING: 1 .NEW 1967 $13.50 PER MONTH Ford Cars
of the City
Clerk, and the Chief of Toile ffi' No Down Payment
by the City Council of the
Clt) of Starke, THUNDERBIRD
KL.ECTIO.V of the City Clerk, A. Low
and Chief of Police by tIlvoter. $ AI Low
$20-
of the City of Starke, or: As S
Hturke. or.Innpectora: Power and Air EXPERT MECHANICS iMo. AI r5

AI 1''.. Krnentlne: for said.Denmark election' : .. 1 6
airs. ilvrtlca: DennlaAlbert
Foaterilr MODERN EQUIPMENT No Down I Month
PaymentPer I.-
titre.I\lr... Peggy J.Margaret K.,: Hardy Shaller William .$1DOO.00$

Joe Valln.kl
brs. 1Jd! Prevail
t
John '

Mr Mra.Mrs*... Ella Ethel H.Hfmpaon O.Mae Raymond lianaby Chaateen .i. I S C 0 U H T LOCAL TRADE-INS ON THE HOT 1967 FORD HAS LEFT US WITH TERRIFIC

a In testimony whereof,
I
hereunto
nubicrlhe my name and .. .. : BARGAINS
cause he l hereunto the Heal affixed of said thl City. 31at to ON GOOD! CLEAN USED CARS. COME SEE -- COMPARE

day of May, A. D. 1U87.MKKHILL. .- .,
(SEAL) -
e'ARL flVRST, Mayor

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ro' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


...... TARKB. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE: 22, 1961


SENIOR _..;

NEWS And NOTES CITIZENSGladness


For HomemakersBy and sadness 19
Today's the summation of the past

two weeks of Senior Citizen
Co-op Must Have Cooperation"The Martha Sue McCain activity

us11 lr.a9 County Extension We extend our deepest!

Lord helps those who help or forty who will listen to outside Home Economics Agent sympathy, to Mrs. Mary Allenon
themselves." criticism and cut their own the death of her husband

If there is truth in the old throats the first time someone --r--- Cless, after a long illness
He was 91 plus.
adage and we have every comes along and offers .them ten THAT T 'ro> OF YEAR that product might very easilybe He and his wife. :Mary
reason to believe that' there is, cents a flat more than the co-op There Is no "out of season"for the most expensive productin born In Ohio, J.1ved. good!

more prosperous times should be may be paying on that particularday. products of your gardenand your freezer. Just think of life until he was stricken

in store for Bradford County, orchard if you have a the time, energy and precious several years ago. They visit-

growers. It was most encouraging to hear home freezer or available vegetables wasted. Florida many times since
space. Freezing ds one of the All foods should be packed 1924 and finally settled
Interest in W. O. Whittle Chief of Florida
forming a grower
simplest and' least time-con- tightly ,to exclude as much air down on a 8'i acre farm on
cooperative to handle strawberriesand State Farmers Markets, tell grow- ; K'S LIKE AEw'DAy suming: ways ,to preserve foods as possible, and should be cold Route 100 South, on which

vegetable crops is at a peak ers last week that the Departmentof ) t at home. We have had so many when packed. Ample head they worked for five years

following three exploratory meet- Agriculture is very interested in DA Kh4G( requests for ,bulletins on freez- space should be left because then moved to Starke. :A'
ings within the last month and the movement here and will offer ing as well as canning, and food expands as it simple graveside burial service -

two visits to view successful coop its all-out assistance to make it a ''isTT7T with the wealth of produce at freezes. Scaling edges shouldbe was conducttd by Rev.'
our fingertips now-we thoughtIt < clean In order to obtain an Jack Bell of the Church .of
operations at Alachua and success. would be time to bring some airtight seal. All packages Christ assisted by a choir

Webster. Growers were told that Com- of the more up to date 'in" ahould be' labeled, indicating led by Mrs. Park Cheshire.!.
Another m e e tl n g tonight missioner of Agriculture Doyle formation on freezing. .the type of pack and the data May Cless rest In peace.

(Thursday) in the Lawtey school Conner has been concerned with Ti1 Freezing preserves food because of freezing. Foods should bo Mary Allen Is a staunch

cafetorium should "wrap It up," the plight of strawberry growers it delays or stops the frozen at zero degrees or belowas member of our club. She was
growth of ''bacteria, molds and soon as possible after they formerly affiliated with, the
as far as preliminaries are con- .here in the last few years and is and retards the activityof Townsend Clubs In the
yeasts, are packed.
cerned. All that will remain then determined to see what; can be emaymes. Freezing does not The container used must be 1O30X' which were the forerunner -

are the legal technicalities. done to improve the dt ation. 4 I H destroy microorganisms or en- airtight, leakproof, moisture- of our present social. ,

More than twenty growers, rep- Mr. Whittle assured growers I zymes, aa canning does. The proof, odorproof, and vapor. security system.
resenting almost 180 acres of, that the State will provide the f length of time frozen foods proof if you want to retain It was great news to hear
fresh flavor and of the food. that Senior Citizen Gene
strawberries, have signified strong facilities to take of hold 'their' the highest quality
necessary care natural color depends upon the to be frozen. It should be Bishop passed his examination -
interest in the formation of- a coop
the co-op's production "even if kind and variety of food used, strong and easy to fill, close for real estate sales
and there is no reason to be- you plant 500 acres of berries." its selection and preparation, and empty. man. We hope he will go far

lieve that any of these will drop He left no doubt that the facili- the container in which 'it-is t Various foods require differ- in this field and be successful

out. when the final showdown ties will be provided, even if it frozen and 'the efficiency of ent storage periods. Food which In his efforts to get Ws

comes. In fact, it is expected that means additional cooler space. the freezing unit. is stored for a longer periodof broker's license.
enough growers will be signed at "That's our responsibility. We'll ktN: *-h71 iJ Time, effort and money i fa time will not be unsafe to The U. S. Senate voted recently '

the beginning to put the total Involved in the preparation of oat, but the color, flavor, and to allow 3 5 million
work it Mr. Whittle told the
out ., food for .the freezer With this nutritive value will change persons to retire at age of 00)
acreage committed to the co-op growers. .,' In mind let's take a realistic ,lowering the quality of the with reduced bentfits. The
near the 200-acre mark. This will Bargaining power in the market l'. 1'1.,...-, ("J', ". look at the activities Involvedin food. For more informationand present retirement age under

be the bulk of Bradford County place is the primary benefit to be .' .::...;\<1':,:: the home freezing of vege storage charts, request the same conditions is 8%.

berries since it is estimated that derived by co-op members the ,, ''!'JiI1'0" *+'; tables. Selection la the first 'bulletin on home freezing of Although this Is not official
L
total acreage runs from 250 to growers were told by W. T. Men- : iv '" ''aNEHR Item, as- some varieties of the fruits' and vegetables from our yet. It may be part of the
1 or
k '" same kind of vegetables office courthouse annex, or legislation now pending on
300 in the
county. asco of the State Department of Il' ,I k.:' f fruit freeze well, others do not: : call 064-5471. the social security program.
If enthusiasm remains as highat Agriculture. An individual farmeris The quality of the frozen food MOLDED: FRUIT SALAD In the present Congress.

tonight's meeting as it has at powerless in price negotiations, rt : 1 1 Ali will be only as good oat the {Molded desserts can be color A total of $1.045,650 was

the first three, here is no doubt but it would be quite another quality of the food before ,ful, glamorous and' easy ,ito paid In social security bene-
that the will be Foods should be fresh Here's a recipe that has fits In 19S6 In Bradford
co-op organized.All story with a strong and loyal cooperative Let Us So !freezing. make.
that remains then is TO controlling most of the Hope and of the maturity you would these merits and uses oranges County a gain of six per
MAKE IT WORK. .. select for immediate use.They which are plentiful. It yields cent over 1965. Nine hundred
berry acreage in the county. should be prepared for packing 6 Mi cup servings. Dieters and eightythreeolder people
There are some as always i I' "Instead of a man telling you FARMER'SThe DIARY as soon as possible alter pick should note the low calorie received checks, with the
who will say "it can't be done." what he will pay for your berries, ing. The fresher the vegetableswhen version using yogurt as an average monthly payment

This is standard practice for any your salesman will be telling him frozen, the more satisfactory alternative for cream cheese. being $56.33. Other benefits
I new project. There are always what you'll take for them new strawberry mar- flcance of the holiday Is will !be your product.. Three ounces cream cheeseor 'were: 383 widows and Chil
those who prophesy failure for' Howard Gamble of the, keting cooperative which is lost and whether It be Washing is the first step in 1 cup yogurt, one-fourth cup dren's benefits: totaling $!*,--,
manager being formed gives every IndIcation Christmas or Easter or the the preparation& of most vegetables lemon juice, one-fourth teaspoon 434. with an average of
anything they do not wish to suc- successful vegetable growers cooperative of, being a success :Fourth of July It la lookedon for freezing. Wash salt, 8 ounce can pine- 437.60, monthly; 217 disabled,

ceed. But their predictions of at Webster told"growers and correcting what has long superficially as a day off thoroughly in cold water and apple tidbits, 1 tablespoon\; un- 'workers;"and: dependents re-,
doom and gloom will not deter at .last week's meeting. The been a l1m1tlng-' factor to the from work and a chance to lift out of the water aa grit flavored gelatin, 10-ounce celving' 11.544, with on

those who know that several whole area will benefit. not just ''berry Industry in this area. do something else. And this settles: to the bottom of the package frozen o strawberries, average of $53-30 per month
hundred cooperatives are already members of: the he said. A'larp"'number of growers tr In a day and age whan all of pan. thawed; 1 cup fresh or canned Our secretary. Mrs. Mary
co-op
functioning successfully in the As the have signed up already and us have far more"leisure and HEAT BEFORE PAJCKINQ orange sections, drained! ; irsv Bishop,' entered the TJnivereity -"
meeting tonight approaches do and if '''they all time for other. things than In '
if more An Important step preparing eras,leaves of lettuce. of Florida Hospital for
state, and there is no reason (except grower' enthusiasm is stick together in the venture, did the generations before vegetables for freezing fa Allow cream cheese to sof tea major surgery. We pray that

one) why a similar organization running high, and some who were it*Is bound to* accomplish' the ,us. >. **._/.. heating or. "blanching" before at room temperature. Combine she pulls through safely and
will not succeed here. skeptical, first are now:; sup- 'goals'-eetr; -"?J1 I' \':' .If >.e14 <- packing.. Practically every cream cheeae or yogurt with will be active with ua again.

That one reason, of course. Is" porting the 'movement. Let us By Sam' McGarvey Our point then, Is that vegetable, except green pepper, lemon Juice and salt; blend oon.
the attitude of the growers them- hope that this enthusiasm con- For many years, we've July 4th is a very'special day maintains better quality in well. Drain pineapple. Soften We enjoyed a good, old-
selves. A cooperative is just what tinues until the organization is heard complaints about the back when we will'all cele- In the' history of our country, frozen storage It heated before gelatin in the pineapple Juice fashioned picnic 'at the home
the fact that prices paid for berries brate Independence Day the and as such should be celebrated packing. and heat until ""dissolved. Stir of Tom. and Lisa Hansen. on
name implies cooperationis completed and afterward until the are unsatisfactory. Sea- way it used to be In recognition : with appropriate The reason for heating vegetables Into cream cheese or yogurt Lake Hutchinson. AlthoughIt
the keynote and a co-op is no cooperative is "off the ground"and son after'season It has been of the glorious heritagewe ceremony.' We'd like to see a (before freezing Is that mixture. Add berries. Beat showered frequently the

stronger than its weakest mem well on its way to becomingthe the same story prices good have in this country.: day with a parade, maybe a dt slows or stops the action .of with rotary beater. Chill until Hansen's porch was Ideal for
ber. That is why members must means of putting Bradford one day, then down the next Time was when big celebra- baseball game, a barbecueand enzyme Up until the time mixture begins to thicken. Stir conversation and games.
abide by the articles of agree- County growers in the driver's for no apparent reason, with tions were held over at patriotic speeches. Adverse vegetables are ready to pick, In pineapple and orange sec The next meeting will beheld
'
, ment, once they are signed anda seat for the first time in the result that the growerswound Worthington Springs or'at comment notwithstanding enzymes help them grow and tions. Pour into 1-quart mold Tuesday, June 27 at
many Long Bridge, and perhaps both at home and cause
that they PraW-
up with a feeling mature. After and chill until set. Unmold on 7:30: p. m. at the
member who violates his contract years. that they were being taken. such affairs will be staged abroad, we still have the beet lose of flavor and color. If lettuce Street Recreation Center.

I with the co-op must be drop The first few years will be difficult advantage of. again and become. popular. doggone country in the vegetables are not heated Note: Use only canned or You will meet good people.

(I ped from membership for the pro- ones, and some of the weaker e e world. enough, the enzymes continueto cooked pineapple In gelatin and congenial company If

tection of the others. members may falter. We are The growers cooperative Trouble Is today, the slgn- be active during frozen salads. Enzymes In fresh androzen you come out and meet with

"United we stand divided we confident, however, that a suffi- has worked well in other storage. Then the vegetaglesmay pineapple prevent gelatin .. do-.
discolor
fall." It's as simple as that. Andit cient number will "keep the faith" branches of the agriculture Hunting Summer Employment? develop off-flavors that, they- I from setting. Joe Kerrigan Reporter.
is far better to have business, as for Instance, In or toughen so serving: About
a co-op and make the co-op a vital force In. a few Calorie per
composed of twenty strong; .members a means whereby Bradford the marketing of tobacco and Here Are Tips To Help You weeks may be Heating unappetizing also wilt' or 160 with cream cheee; about. Few Seat Belts
than made of citrus, to list only two pro and makes 135 with yogurt. Found Used In "** -
one up thirty County can regain its former ducts. In the case of tobacco often vegetables : Serve'its

eminence in agriculture. it; Is a government mar- Looking, for a summer or with slacks. Hand. and hair them easier to pack. Heating Menu small Suggestion sandwiches and aaverage. Fatal Accidents n 't
keting agreement, and in after-school Job? should be neat and well groomed. time varies with the vegetablesand for
citrus a private organization, Your chances of success w'll 1! Be sure you don't,. look like size of pieces. If this step Have brownies The Florida. Highway Patrol
Out To 'Save The Suwannee'Floridians but in each case, prices are be greater If you spend a little you need a hair cut, regardlessof ('blanching) le omitted, then ,j reports that 75 per cent,

stable and the growers bene- time preparing for a job Interview its, style. of the seat belts available to

interested in a program grettable action of the Florida fit. says Miss Elizabeth Don't carry packages. You'll "As A Man Thinketh'' occupants of vehicles In. fatal
to save the beloved Suwannee Legislature. in sending a resolutionto Dlckenson, clothing and textiles have no place to put them. crashes; in Florida In .1969
If the berry growers get specialist, Florida Agricultural Girls should have only essentials were not in use.
River ffofri pollution and com Congress asking that the Su- eat. Then I am
together here and form a Extension Service. in their handbag. The By Russell KayA thing I could Col. H. N. Kirkman. Direct, ,
mercialization will meet near Su wannee not be included in any strong coopthere In every First of all, learn what you same goon for boy's pockets.If friend of mine has a told that if I eat three or ,tor of the Department of
wannee River City (formerly proposal for Federal funds to pre- reason to believe that the can about the firm; the job you smoke do withdut a sign in his office which pictures four almonds every day that Public'Safety said "Not only;

Fannin Springs) for a conserva- serve its natural beauty under the production of berries here and the Interviewer, Have the cigarette until after the interview a grinning, happy faced I will never have cancer. is 'were seat belts which have)

tion rally and boatacade over the Wild Rivers Act or other legisla- will be more profitable, 'and facts about yourself in logical Have your social security fat man and under it the Another friend of claims mine he been Installed in cars not beIng -,
Fourth of July. that more acres will be order Be ready to present number with you If you have single admonition "Down grape happy. He used, but only 29 percent
tion.The planted, and that this area them. Remember, the Interviewer one. Sit,, still while you walt With All Diets." has retained his health by ; of the vehicles In fatal.
The
event is being sponsored Legislature took this ill ad- will be re-established as one U seeking evidence of to be Interviewed. Try not toot If you ask me It makes a eating no less than a poundof wrecks had belts In them.

by the newly-formed Alachua Con- vised action without having any of the leading berry producing your ability) to handle the job., ; < nervous, If you wish to lot of sense. In this crazy grapes a day. Cheese, Is Studies of accidents show
servation Council, a group pledgedto alternative program to improve or sections of the country Have two copies of your personal give an 'Impression of aollity mixed up age most of us are good for what alls you and it that prevention of \the sea.
protect North Florida's natural protect the river through state e data. sheet. diva one to and. self confidence. running around in circles: In also causes your aliments. If ond colllson, the collision
attractions from further destruc action. Many conservationists fear We note with interest the the Interviewer. Keep the Use your beet manners and search of health and happiness. you really want to stay well between the occupants and

that unless some action is taken effort being made to have second one to look .at while do not chew gum. Do not sit you will eat wheat seeds germs drink, tgg the Interior of his own car.
tion.The Is Starke set up as-a bird san you talk with him. down until asked to do so. Never In the history of the yolks, sunflower can save many live Seatbelts ,
group dedicated to keep- the river will become an- all out on
soon ctuary." As a couple of "bird Your personal data sheet Do. not lean on interviewer's, : world have we been given, fresh sea water, go offer the best protec-'
ing: the Suwannee free of pollu- other dumping ground for indus- watcher' ,"-we think It is a should Include:, name; address, desk or touch .anything on it. such a wide variety of advice sea' food and stear clear of tlon against this collision.

tion and industrial wastes. The trial operations in Florida and fine ''idea. The beauties and and telephone number; educational Watt until you have been offered as to what Is the matter rice and potatoes. I "While seat belts are no
goal is to protect the scenic beauty Georgia spoiling much of its perfections of Nature are no background; work experience 'the Job to ask about the with us and what to do Among my acquaintances substitute for good artviiw.

of the river from the Okefeno- natural beauty. way more perfectly expressed If any; hobble*;'clubs, salary. about it. Everybody claims to have an old-fashioned doesn't coun-agree they may save your life when'

kee Swamp where It begins,to the The Federal government would than in 'the hundreds, of different and interests; occupationalgoals Midway through the Inter know all the answers, from try doctor the experts.who He says the you are hit by that other,

Gulf of Mexico, where it ends. like to spend millions of dollars birds around .us, ranging ; and names and addresses viewer has formed his opinionof the ,rank amateur to the so with trouble with most folks today, uy" Kirkman said.
size from the loud of former employer and to use
in
He's Interested In your called expert. He urged everyone
you.
The rally is scheduled to startat improving and protecting portionsof Is their gullibility. They are
mouthed'ugly orow down to responsible persons to whom attitudes. as well as your Ko matter what your ailment seat belts at all times and.
the river home of Mrs. J. H. property along the river creat- the interviewer could write continually !scaringthem-
the tiny, darting hummingbird. qualifications. Watch for his is someone of your acquaintance believe emphasized that it Is especially
Graham about half a mile below ing a national park that would And in their natures, for reference. reactions. Acknowledge every can tell you just selves to death.hear.They Important to buckle up.

where U.S. 19 and U.S. 98 cross bring Florida additional millionsin too the birds are interesting, Appearance counts BO dress interview that you have been what the trouble Is and what anything they feeding fear to for local driving because 80

the river. Boats may be launchedat tourist dollars annually. Most as the mockingbird Is a first- conservatively Try to imprtaa granted. Express your appreciation ,.to I do about it. You are told their They keep subconscious mind. per cent of the drivers In accidents -.

Mrs. Graham's home or else- of our Congressional delegationand class fighter ready to take on the interviewer abilities with rather yourself than in a (brief note sent the that milk: is the only natural They tell It over and over : .in Florida are within
where anything while' the Inoffen- and your day after on the river. Her propertywill the State Legislature have that they can't eat
and the clothes wear. :
sive bluebird is meek you Good luck! 'May you be successful It all troubles will In Spring Interests turn to-
be available to those who seen fit to turn up their noses at mild and content to be dec- Teenage girls should weaf' a in getting your job. vanish. Those your from another can't eat that, so their sub it outdoor activities which irr

wish to camp there overnight.The this offer. We are confident that orative, dress of simple styles, sleeves school, who read something conscious mind accepts out elude; more travel by cat:
to carry
decision to hold the rally time will prove they are makinga preferred. Wear 'conservative in a newspaper or book:, are and instructions proceeds it Is given Kirkman concluded by say-
was triggered by, the recent re- tragic mistake. One thing for sure the jewelry that. does not "Jangle.: MRHINTKn HOTICH' Of FICTITIOUS HITMNTIOW'NAME' TO ) quick to tell you that mlllc: la If the they Just had sense enoughto ng. "It's time to 'spring! to'ute' '
farmers will be glad to see Wear hose rather than socks Installing and using
by
will kill .
_. Notice !. hereby lIVeD! that poison and K you.Salt : tell their subconscious
the birds flock into Starke and simple pump shoes. Carrya the undanlirnaii under the pro and seat belts, or to put it another
there Instead''of Have a and rlitoni of Chapter SO.(53. Laws and pepper you are mind that they are well
and
stay handbag. pen
don't be caught
The Bradford County Telegraph of Florida Act of 1*<1 will r..- told Is extremely dangerous happy and doing okay they way
q gobbling berries and pull- for note Whether or not
up pad Ut.r with the Clerk of the Clr- Is worse. Natural fruits find themselves in dead sitting on your seat
sugar
ESTABLISHED 1879 ing up corn and peas. When you 'wear gloves' will depend cut, Court. In and for Bradford only would bel t ."
A a farmer sees a flock of roV somewhat on the communityand County. Florida, upon receipt of and vegetables are the perfect health.If .
A "f E. L. Publisher in his patch, he of job. Hands and proof of publication of this notlee things you can eat with you go around all day
n atlalw MATTHEWS Editor and ins berry ,type the flotltlone I name of Dixie safety. Meat of any kind Is about pains and (determines you mean whatyou
crying your
can't see how pretty they are- hair should be well groomedand Motel under which we are an-
o Florida OUe.* .Weekly Newspaper FubUshe C-u..a.I7 He see his profits eaten up, neat. Shoes should toe polished l- .....4 In bualneaa at 744 N. taboo, on the other hand if ills and feeling sorry for say. for it la guided by
I9Q Ternpla AT., dtarka Flrlda. don't eat meat you will wind in what you ten it and works
you can up
yourself you
.. heels.
..
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Code Ta. Sane Mart and runs for his shotgun with no run-over Qary O. Huahea and Blanch
44 1j t' should wear A. Hua-hea. 744 N. Tempi Ave.. lose your strength) and'wasteaway a wheel chair before you knowit. diligently to bring the desired
Teenage boys Starke *. In no time. On the other hand if you situation. about.
PubU.eed each Thursday. an4 catered a. Sooon4 CUw Matter .* the Fas Offl. Over in Keystone Heights slacks and possibly a conservative Dated: this dijn's": day of June. -
to have big A.D., 1981 Bradford I have a friend who resist the inclination to talk The Bible tells us that AsI
they are going j jacket with a white at Htarke! .
major Act March .rd l7f.ta sport
at Clarke Florida .f "
.
He about troubles and direct he f..
Florida.
celebration over the Fourthof shirt and tie. Wear polished County wears by peanuts. says your man thirtieth.
1/21 4t T/1S should eat them religiously your mind to stay on Bo !if YOU Insist on thinking
know that you
8ubAulptfoa'/ trade areas 1 year, ".00) a meaths, ,..u July and we business( type shoes, nobroglU1. ,
people In the area will wantto : every day If you wantto an even, keel your troubles right you can overcome mostof
OuUM Uad eras 1 year {4JW; owoU. .. ".60 take it In. Who knows? Socks should be con-. A OUaned: Ad ta the TEXJCOBAPK stay well. Another tells will diminish to the extent your troubles. Ole It a,

porhapa the dayis coming eemuve. in color and tiI..t'. hrfa*. cw iM. --- m. that nuta are the worse that your ubconacloua mind try. and sea.l




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.,S'r..UtK'IItWlUbA 1"11 V Itsb.\Y. JUNE Z-i. 19H7LAWTEY
-: EIGHT liltAUFOKU COUNTY TIUJCUMAPU. ",


W..YT.. .yy assisted !In Vacation Bible ton last Thursday. MADISON STREET ." ,.., ,
i SUtool: at North, Side Church Mr. a.w114r.. Bill :Fiche and BAPTIST CHURCH "

Mrs. Johnny Young and son Billy, of Laura !Md., were Sunday School, 9:45: a. m,

son or Atlanta. Oa. and Mr. recent guests> at the home of Morning Worship 11 a. m

and Mrs. Wailen( Sapp of Mr. and Mrs. Price Ficher. Training UnIon. 6:15.: WMt
By Eoca Blooehard Jacksonville were Sunday The people of Theresaa and Prayer Circle, ,:111. Evening

Bradford County are proud of Worship, 7:30.Wednesday: .
.......... ... ... visitors of Mr. and Mr. A. C- the achievements. of David< Prayer &
Pearce
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. E. Rauler-- Qrtffls, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. Prrjlse Service, 7:30: ( pm..

Vacation' BlbW' School at 'son visited her brother, Clifford : .0.> Griffis. Ha attended an Church. Choir Practice, a::30.
FFA Convention, in Daytona Visitation, 7
Thursday -
Northside Baptist Church Cannon In convalescent -
closed Friday night After a horn in Jacksonville on Beach, Tuesday through Friday p. m.
wonderful of last week, with! his Advisor Rev. Felder L. Rowan,
week. There was Sunday.THERESSA. .
Curtis :Marlowe, and other officers -' Pastor. -- -
an average of .114 each day

and 10 soul were saved dur- ,.... ...TT.....VVVVn David of, who the is-FFA.! the VicePresident FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST RAIFORD BAPTIST I NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
Ingr the week.Commencement STARKE
of the Starke' FFA Chapter CHURCH. STARKE CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
was held Sunday I night when Sunday School 9:45: a. in-
the cer I1ioates were given to I waa named the Florida Morning Worship 11 a. m.. Sunday Church School. Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School: 19 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

each one. State Farmer. For this he received sermon "Christ And The 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship\ School, 10' a.m. Worship, 11 School, 9:45: a. m. MornIng Morning Worship- 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
Crawford : an award, a certificate, 11 a. m. Snack: Supper for Worship 10:45: a. m. .Leland A.
Twentythreemembers of By Linda Two Thieves." Training Union a.m. and 7:30: Training and 7 P&v-Rev, Evening Worship 8 p' m.J
and a pin to show ills achieve 7- Evening p.m. 6:45
MYF meetings Training Union : p. m. .
the Intermediate and young Worship, Baker, pastor.Thursday Meeting Wed-petdaj'
6:15. Evening
: Rev. Jack Prayer
Union 6:30: -
p.m.
... ... AAAA&.A.A.AAA. ments. While In Daytona they Worship 8,. Evening Service. 7:45.: Mid-
peoples classes of Highland stayed. at the Thunderbird 7:30: p. m., sermon "The Stolte pastor.CHURCH VIsitation 10 8 p. m. Sing eaehj Friday a| t
Baptist Sunday School spent HOPE1 BAPTIST CHURCH[ [ Motel.HAMPTON. Cost of Being A Christian- ;Monday Prayer Group Week Prayer Service Wednesday a:. m. and 7 p. m. p m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas
Saturday at Six Gun Territory Recreation Is held each Fri- Monday Youth Choir meets in Ladles Bible Class 7:45: : p. m ,
..................... I OF GOD tor.
10
a. m.
taking in all the attractions day night at the community Practice, 7 p. m. I room. 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark NEW RIVER BAPTIST
and enjoyed a picnic house starting T::30. Everyone WednesdayPrayer Meeting Wednesday Prayer Meeting Sunday School, 10'a.. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY BROOKER BAPTIST

lunch and had a wonderful 1 Is Invited, so come and. 7:30.: Church Choir 7:30: p. m. Worship Services 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.

day in general. They were participate, I i Practice. 8:10.Thursday: Thursday -, Chancel Choir and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. :, 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 e." m.

accompanied by Rev. and Sunday School 10 am.: I By Mrs.. Alary WilliamsCarterEste I Visitation 10 i rehearsal 7:30.: ( 7:30: p, m. Prayer MeetIng. services: Sunday School, 10 Training Union. 7 p. m. Eve Training Union. 6:30Po: .C.
Mrs. James Walker, Mr. and Morning Worship at 11. Train. a. m. and 7 p. m- a. m. Preaching, 11 '''a. m. nine Worship, 8 p. m. Evening Worship. 7)30' ):
Friday 7:30 m.-Rev.
Mrs. Richard Norman Mr ing' Union- 6:30: p.m.: Evening & A. A..AAAA..A4 BAYLESS HIGHWAY : p. Training Union 6:15: p m. Wednesday night service, Meeting Wednesday,.
BAPTISTS Prayer
BETHEL L. S. Williams, pastor.
and Mrs. John Bennett and Worship 7.-45; Wednesday PLAN REVIVAL BAPTIST CHURCH Evening< Worship{ 7 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson

Mr. and )Mrs. Ralph Wise. night Prayer Service 7:3O: Everyone welcome ,*,-- Elder: -L. L. Parker, pastor. I .
Wedding Rehearsal SupperA School 10 a. m.; KINOSLEY LAKE pastor.
Grace Methodist Sunday with choir practice afterward. Revival services will be held Sunday T. C. Williams pastor
11 .". Church has rehearsal supper was Morning Worship service 11 BAPTIST CHCrilCIk CHURCH OF CHRIST
School 9:43.: Worship a.m. Hope Baptist: June 19-25 at Bethel Baptist HEILBRONM BAPTIST
and 8 p.: m., Choir practice added a new Training Union held Monday night at the Church with Rev. H. L. Frost a. m.i Training Union 8:30: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I ,
Sunday School 85: a. m. Sunday Bible Study 10a. Sunday School '::45 a. m.
Holiday Inn in Starke for : Evening Worship, 7:30p. : :
ft Inter p. m.;
7:30: p.. m. Wednesday Class which consists evangelist. Services will .
followed byMYF.. Pastor; mediates and Juniors taught the wedding party of Miss JoAnn as 8 'clock m. Morning Worship 11 ,a. :>>. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. m.; Morning Worship and ,Morning Worship. H a. m,
night at' :
each
John .Hlckox. by Bobby Dyal. Carter to Paul L. Estes with start special singing features.W. Prayer Meeting. Wed., 7:30p. : Training Union. 6:15: p. !!\. Morning: : Worship, 11 a. m. |Communion Service }1 a. m-' Training!. Union. ,8:30: p. m,,

First Baptist Sunday WEDDINGS II. Rev. and Mrs Paul L. L. Newman pastor. m.; O. A. Meeting. Wed., Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship 0 p. m. Evening services II::30. I Evening SetofJce, 7:30: Mid
Estes were'hosts for the oc- Midweek Prayer: Service. Choir Practice Wednesday Worship week Pra-yer Service. 7:00:
School 10 a. m* Worship It Tnero' will be a wedding at 7:30: p. m.; Choir, Rehearsal. Wedneadsy.I" .
Lois casionTables- Wed., 7:30 m.: Brotherhood Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. p.m. ice >7 p. m. Minister p: m. Wednesday. Troy
a. m* and 8 p. m., Training the home of Miss Douglas; Services SundayFor : p. serv-I
Union 7 p. m. Midweek.meetings of Lake !Butler who is the were decorated meeting, last Mondayin Jim RJgdon. pastor. Come let I" Rev. Robert D. Buroh. I I boll. Johnson pastor.

Wednesday 8 p. m. Fas- future ,bride of Dewtt) Heresy arrangements of yellow J. B. ThomasOf each month. Rev. David us, worship together I
flowers and a miniature bride ---------------
tor Edward E. Harvey. Rev: :Merle Packham will perform Brooker Medelros, pastor.
Church of God Sunday the ceremonies at 8 p.m.,, and groom.
School 10 a. m. and 7:30: p. Friday, June 23. Those attending1' were Miss HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH h

m., YPE' Wednesday 7:30: p. The wedding: of Mills Anne Jo Ann Carter, Mr. and Mrs. _Johnnie B. Thomas 52, of Theresa } An in Your Future
W. D. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Brooker died Wednesday Highway[, 100 at investment
m. Prayer; : meeting. Friday PacKham to Bill Phipps, son '
William Carter and Lisa, June 17, in Alactiua General SundaY'' School 10 a. m.
7:30 m Robert Yates of Mr and Mrs. Jim Phh!>p ,,
: p.
pastor. will 'be an event 'of Saturday,, Paul L- Estes II, Rev. and Hospital In Gainesville, aftera Morning Worship.-11 a. m.

Highland a1)tlstSunday June 24, at 8 p.m. The father. L, Mrs.ita. Miss Paul L. Estes Joyce and COnklin JuU1-, A sudden native! Illness.of Perry Mr. Training.Union-8SO: p. m ArT It m (] g 0 m 0fft

School: 9:43: Worship 11 a. m. of the bride, Rev. Merle Thomas was a mechanic: a Evening 'Worship ,- 7:>*
and 7:30: p. m., Choir practice Packham, will perform the Charles!; and Wayne Hinson 4hafefsAtssal+MDg awYd)
Ronnie Knight, and Debbie member of the Greater' Bell p.m.Sunday. ,
6 30 p. m. Prayer meeting ceremonies.\ The bride will be
Church: and a
Methodist Services Sunday
Wednesday 7:30: p. ru. James given away ,by her brothel'Merle Hicka.Th. -
Walker pastor. Pe.ck ham Jr. (Buddy). wedding will be an veteran of World War H. School. 10 a. m. Morning ,--- -

Rey. John HJckox' parents All friends and relatives are event' of June 23 at 8 p. m. Surviving are his widow Worship 11 a,, m.. C. A. Youth ,- --:
in the Hampton Baptist Mrs- Gracie Thomas; four Group, 6 jt ,m. Evening Worship
Mr. and ,Mrs. H.. I, Invited to attend at Hope Bap- = =="
Hickox and Miss Loyce E. tist Church. daughters, Mrs. PearJle! Mae 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, ===
with; Church.PARTIES BibleSchool Calhoun Gainesville; Gracie 7:30 p. m. Thursday. DOING A... t .J
of"
spent
English Sunday '
Mtes Anne At Baptist Church Gale and Devine Thomas all LeroyLlghtsey: pastor
him and attended; Church Last Friday MAN SIZED JOB
Bill Preparation. for Bible school of Brooker;' a son, But. Nelson : it
were
services. I Packham and Phlpps = )
L. Thomas of Vietnam; DEDAN BAPTIST' [Brookerl '
will be 'held Saturday June
honored at a party given by
and Mr.and children Mrs lett, V- Monday L.; Starling: for Mrs, Meed Lewis and ''Mrs. 34, at 1:30.: The school will three sisters Mrs. Eula M. Sunday School, 10 a, m. :==! Heat .f sweat fatigue! .Misters <. aches, ... Dad says jla alt a part of .
Mrs.
of Dunnellon
their vacation ,Tbey will Randy Johns. Seven of Bill's begin Monday, June 26, at Wilson of Michigan Morning Worship 11 a. m. -- "carrying my share of tM food,"He also says that It's important: that I help make
wherehe 8:30: till 11:30: and last Eta: M. Sanders :
friends from the ,
spend a few day camping on Co-op Thomas Training Union 7 p. m Evening fop the and'eA1' future.* Bat he "that it is
Hampton Lake and visit Is employed, attended. In through Friday- All children and MrsOethia Willie Sarvlce. 8 p. JD.-Rev.; provisions present says even more! =

points of interest in South memento of they their were approachingwedding presentedwith are Hicks invited Reunion to attend. Thomas Orlando\ \,;Fort a brother Lauderdale, : Lacy Conway, pastor.. I important t.because I am preparing' : for the,days ahead when I am a.fun grown gI -

Florida. a :silver, compote.A The descendants of Ell and seven grandchildren. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST man." Sometimet) think that nay: Dad baa tba wisdom of Solomon,that'this king :=:==3
Mr. and Mrs.. Freddie Din- '
kina of Avon Part. were visiting bridal shower honoring Hicks met: Sunday at the Funeral services were heldat that I learned about at church...and that's another thing that Dad says is important. _
Mist Anne Packham was given home of Mrs. Faye Blair in 2:30: p. m. Sunday at Located on Baym* .High
I "
his arandJJ o1'enta. Mr. ty employees and Mrs- P. L. Dinfcins. last ==:3
weeK: Mr. and Mrs Jim Bur- Bank at Starke where she ifl reunion of this family. Church with Rev. G.Burial S. [SR. ,181. Services:' Bundaj prepare my spiritual life for.tJi, future\ _
employed.' The shower was They plan to meet every Cameron officiating. School 10 a. m. Sundaj *
ton of Jacksonville. Mr. and too. You lmow...Dad must think it'st
Mrs- Paul CMnklns. of St given at the home of Mrs. year on the first Sunday in was In Rhuta Branch Ceme- Morning' ,v'101'8h1pU: ;:: a., >m si
Mrs- Charles Johns. June. tery under the direction of Training Union 6:30: p. m. ii I t important.. ..He goes to church, too.UN ,
Augustine Mr. and
: Brothers Funeral .. .
Horace Cox of Waldo an4 PERSONALS Twenty-six descendants were Duncan Evening ServlCtwT3: : ( :lwMld- --or" -*' == --

Charles Dinkins were Fathers Mr. and ''Mrs. James Chllds present. Those from Ramp Home Week: Prayer Service. Wednesday 4! fp ==

Day, visitors. and family of Fort Pierce ton were Mr. and Mrs. Otto 7:30.: -Rev. QlenB Law- = '--
vial-ting-with; Mr. Childs' Hicks Sr-. Mr. and Mrs. er's Day with Mr. and Mrs.J. hon pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1: StIuhouser -
of Jacksonville were I parents Mr. and Mrs. L- K. Charles Hicks and family, G. Adklns-

visiting Mr. and Mrs- O. 'J:r. Chllds, .Sunday. and Sherrt and Bobby Hicksof Mr. and Mrs. R. L. BrownJr. PINELEVEL: BAPTIST up .
The community to glad to Gainesville. and family are- visiting
Anders Friday.
Mrs., Mae on Wells and Miss: hear that Fred Dodd returned Miss Emma Hicks sister Mr. and!. Mrs. K. L. Brown Sr. Sunday School. 10 a. IB

Enza Blanchard .spent Satur- home from the hospital Thurs ot'Ell. Is the only living oneot' The junior Mr. Brown has Morning Worship 11 a. no, i ,

day, with Miss Arthurlno day. this family. She !is a retired after serving 20 yearsin Pre-Servlcss [Booster,bans70mw i I
'
Blanchard in. Jacksonville. G. L. Crawford visited' Mr.: former resident and now the Marines. ; People, and Pray rk 1 'd ,

Pam Tye la spending this and !Mrs. Aubrey C. McClungr lives In Plant City and was Mr. and Mrs. Edward Service, 6 p. m. Evenln tp

of Maxvtlto, Thursday night. unable to attend. Stedham and family of Texas Worship, 7 p. m. Midwestdervioe
week with her 'c< usIn ''TerryRoberta.
in Jacksonville Mr. and' Mrs. Ralph Bryan" CHURCH ACTIVITIES spent Sunday with their Wednesday '/:30: p

Miss Mary Julia Futch"andRalph 'and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby Baptist Church : uncle, John Parker. They m.-Key, E, 1. Ramsey pas ,,-. ,
Williams of TaUhaseee > of Starke, are spending Sunday 'school, at 10 a. m. 'plan to make Florida:! their tor. v --

were weekend guests of this 'week on Silver Lake. Worship! services at 11. home. [

Mrs. Joyce Futch\ here and MenU and Debby Ritch. spent Training Union 6:30.: Evening Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Adfclns BETHEL BAPTIST CHUBCP
Futch Saturday with their aunt, Mrs. worship 7:30-: Mid week: of Dundee spent Thursday
Benton
and Mrs- ,
:Mr.
Merle L Packham. They all prayer' Wednesday 7:30.: night with Mr. and Mrs. J- Sunday School: 10 a, m
and family 1a Starka.
Miss :Mary Ann Motes >of enjoyed a wonderful day of Christian Church E. Adklns. Morning Worship 11 a. m

Cocoa was, a Sunday visitorof !. swimming and picnicking. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn !Hall Evening Worship, 7:30: p. mPrayer
her grandmother., Mrs. !Mrs Martha Sue Dyal' is in Morning Worship at 11. Miss Jessie Mae Brannan Meeting. 1:30; p. mWednesday
the :Bradford County Hospital.The Rey. w I I
7:30.PERSONAx.s
Effie Miner. Evening -worship and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh
Visiting Mr.,and Mrs. B. 1* community wishes her a Brannan spent Tuesday in Newmans: pastor, J Jhi
and a
speedy
WUkison Jr. and family; were very quick trip home.recovery Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard Cedar Key. AIRPARK a.dI"toil woMri. OH T'I"1IIIs..w..I"tfnaOat.Ito..........tl..... ., 1N17iI

their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moorer and Toye of Ocala. Mr- I Mrs. D. W. Swindell accompanied BAPTIST m..4dNIdei. drimeI.np.drabils.thrItt.o.NbdMY I ,

Mr. and Mrs. WUllam and Mrs. B. C' Powell" and Mrs. Emery Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. De- Sunday Services: Sunday pMa..r.. II IN .h. d. 5ooC. a...........'""'",. ..," ...will .tyns.s

King, of Jacksonville, N. C- Utaml( i are visiting Mr. and sons of Starke, and Mr. and I wltt Hersey to visit her sister School 9:45: a. m. Morning ? ad..."....... wIIIdo..WI a...vS a.soYy. wish iodms" ,art Sll! .Aaee .

for the weekend. and Mrs.Wilkiaon's ),Irs. E. S. Sibley. Mrs. Joel Smith and familyof Mrs- Frances Wlmberly Worship 11 a. m. Training a biale. pJbi d de.,see diMM asps Ms a*"** *.late.> *. .<"MI

parents, Vand Jim !Dowling and granddaughter Jacksonville spent Fath- In Holly Hill last Sunday. Union 6:30 D m. EvenlnuServloc. .UmN .*kk 'boar' feyml .KM.......,..,was daM. atale.4... 8

Mrs. S. E. French, of Jacksonville ,'. Diane Burkhart of I 7:30.: : -Wednesday *c""tota" .b ft tent (WMM. t Mb KM..........-'I Ala tuft mi fafe*5. ""C/ ....
on Sunday. Mr. and aaastilt... .. dw.5i. HI trk.rlraaa.awdkd.. -.. Q1LN1'
Mlamd, ''were guests at the Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m ,
: 8r.'joined ; e.w..Ad. Iw
Mrs. B. L. WUkison '
,borne of Mn and Mrs. E. S. Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor.
them for Father's Day. '. .. Sibley Wednesday' After visitIng REVIVAL 10'I
dinner.
with Mr. and Mrs. SKbley
Ml". and Mrs-. Q. I* Peter- I.they went on to visit some HI-WAY ClIAPELASSEMBLY I

son er's Day of Arlington visitors of were the :Fath R. E. i ,relatives In Dawson! Go. OF COD This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better. Community'by the F UCw.:

Mrs. Ruth Gill and family, of GRAHAM. BAPTIST CHURCH West '
Weldon St. and :RaI-
Lee
family. ,Orlando, were guests at the ing Civic-Minded Business Firm ,, aj
Mrs. Floyd Denmark and !home of Mr. and Mrs. Price ford Road 18. I' 'cH'f'h '1J,... ..
.
children of Jacksonville were 7 p. m.-L. L.: Parker, pastor.) .. .. '
fisher, Sunday. -
visiting her mother-in-law, !dir and' Mrs.- E. S. Sibley LAURA BAPTIST .damFAUL'KNER BUSH'SSTARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES
Mrs. Lois Carter (n Sunday. were at the home of I ,
Miss Debby Philips of Mao- guests of Wi lis Sunday School: ,, QU'a.. m- SINCLAIR SERVICE GULF SERVICE
Carles -
Youngblood.
clenny spent the ,week' ''and I Kerning Worship 11. a. m. Inc.

-- ---- -\ Starts r lA Thru Evening Worship, 7:30: p, m,! U.HAUL RENTALS Tune-upa Brake ,Repair H.rdwaM. '

Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, Track Trailer Wheel I Balancing 1 Featuring AM
Serving Florida i 7:39: ) p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee Complete Fatal Supplies

Since 1950 I I'a 1' I pastor. Complete Lubrication Most Complete Line of Bait MId Storting, Oooda"CHZ '

4 oftIa &fvg illIG Mon. Sun. I Minor Tune-npa and Tackle in Bradford CK, WITH 178 PBUrP*. ,

y CALVARY *\\iMhln-fton St. aH47t
BAPTIST 263 N. Temple Ph. 961.7361
709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899
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Sunday School 10 a. m I

I June it July : Morning Worship, 11 a. m : DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat Market''
i I Training Union 6:30: p. n
AND
COLD
Mrs. Carolyn Cordially I Evening Servle;' 7:30.: Prayer Insurance Agency Mkt. .STORAGE,. r4t:

Eaves Welcomes r Meeting. Wednesday, 7:30: We (8peclallx0 bi Caatoni ff**.tiinr-

RepresentativePh. Pm..-
961-5812 You and Your 26 2 pastor.JEHOVAH'S. With Your Mutual Agent Gas & Oil Prepared For,D.ey fnimfFIIQNB

122 N. Day St. family to Your I W4-T069
WITNESSES 222 N. Temple Ph.! 964-7369 .
Starke New

Jehovah's Witnesses from Starke 66" Service DeWITT C. JONES

The State of FloridaIt Starlte ," 't ....' FUNERAL HOMES
I Rev. G. W. Klnard, Evangelist Joined 1.711 delegates BILL EDWARDS '

at the Circuit Assembly in the Stark* Ph. 96 .$2 la Our Declre To Make You Feel Welcome and .
I Jacksonville Clvlo Auditorium '** ,
Services Nightly at 7:30 OF STARKE INC.; -
To Acquaint:: You' With Your City.If last weekend. A model ministry Brake Service-Wheel Balance Keystone Heith4: rand
(NO SATURDAY SERVICE) I school was conducted Friday Alignment U.s. 3.01 NORTH Ph.
473.311&' '
you are new In the area a phone Final Service Sunday Morning July 2 night were presented and three Ulustrainrr Bible .dramas r the! 612 N. Temple,-Ph. 964-7231 Ph. 964-7600. Starke, "Fla.

call.:! wJU vbrinj you a prompt visit Special Music by Mrs. Alice Walker ; teaching methods of Jesus. ,,, *
Twentynine new ministers E. Johns Hurst Shell
froM your local hostess. Please give World Renowned Concert Pianist were baptized Saturday afternoon Charley Sinclair Refining' Co. Scrvie*

and color film ,"OodCannot Agency W., L., .Thomas, Distribute* .

her a,cajit! Sh* has maps and many EVERYONE WELCOMERev. I Lie" was presented lat I. Walnut 'I'h. 064-6070 GASOUXES .KKROSKKTB CARL HURST,


free and wonderful gifts for Sunday. Fuel Oil and Gre.aee
,, you I OOTXBAIIXaCRANCE: >

from; local busin>|aw. Leland A. Baker Pastor I Regular at the meetings,local KingdomHall will resume ,'Nobody Bat Nobody TTodrneOsH. f 'Ph. 964-624 Hwy.lOa SOT&&WalBot.100 .Ph.StartsPMa M4-4111

this week. CIartIry Jnhn Aeenev





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Bavless Hiwav ., : d}' d IMPORTANT: Limited To Appropriate Coupon Only..With Purchases Specified..Maximum 400 Stamp -
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By M> O. H. Crosby } q "t,

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Vacation Bible School fOot
off to a very rood tart at 'A._ d ( dot d r
Hiway. We enrolled
Bayless
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children Saturday. night.. bad SK* feta* 1

189( great Monday week.night.Commencement We expect a .I. .ffis 200 EXTRA STAMPS 1 300 EXTRA STAMPS 400 EXTRA STAMPS ;

will be Saturday night at
i 8:00.: Everyone is Invited to WITH PURCHASES OF WITH PURCHASES OF WITH PURCHASES OF ;w;

attend.Mr. and '':Mrs: fiwood!: Pad- ? i $10.00 TO $14.99 $15.00 TO $19.99 $20.00 OR MORE
VOID WITHOUT COUPON VOID WITHOUT COUPON VOID WITHOUT COUPON ,
gett of Jacksonville spent; the
GOOD THRU JUNE 25 GOOD THRU JUNE,
weekend 'with his parents, 25 GOOD THRU JUNE 25
I LIMIT APPROPRIATE! COU.ot1'ONL'] LIMIT' APPROPRIATE COUPON ONLY ,
Mr. and M" Lloyd Padsett.I ( LIMIT APPROPRIATE COUPOK ONLY .. NsTO
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'I I Mrs.Sunday Padgett guests were of Miss Mr.Car and: d J l dhl I dhl d I .. ,d,4j( .. ...

olyn Carter of Orlando Mr. _

and Gainesville'Mra James, Mrs.: Padgett Irene Cow-ol r la t Iol ?a6a. Fo+l Good"tlar({ Ta Eat! I IN

are children. Cauthern Pad- Regular 75 Qts. HELLMAN'S -. Limit One With $5.00 Order Save 111. lOO'i BAYER FOR FAST RELIEF U -
gett and children A .''MJ
Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Stearns of Tavarea visited 781
Air.; and Mrs. ,T.'' K- 'Norman 491 n, .
and Mr and Mrs. Leroy Nor- Mayonnaise
man durtnf the weekend.' Sow,21 1 t'. .GIANT/ HALO "
Mr. and MrsT.. N. Norman I
and son and Mr*. Rudy
Mr.6app and were Mrs.dinner Barney guests Eggert. of PtMEBREEZE USDA GRADE "A" FLORIDA MEDIUM ALL WHITE Shampoo 881. 4 tJtI 1 I 11'r: ,

and children In Jacksonville

Saturday.Mr: and Mr*., Kenneth: Fresh 3D0z.89 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED e
Elixson'and. children and Mr PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 25 sTINN'Rlal
and Mrs' lots' Newmans visited TiORq ..._.. OM..NT-1. .57 '
little Larry Alan Whitehead P w
Sunday in Baptist Hospital ..
He' sees a' little better '
and we, are very thankful. R.o1sr; It.3-Ib. DIXIE DARLING Long Groin'Ltra Reg. 35* .,,,16-oe. THRIFTY MAID TOMATO
Steve and Speedy Crosby '

of this Gainesville weekend art:with spending&their Fancy Rice 39* Juice' 291. ReouLr"1 tv19-o DIXIE" DARLING'

grandparents, .Mr.. and Mrs.. oM

O.Mr E. Crosby and Mrs. 1/.>!1a'N..,... 4" as.. Cake Mixes 4/1./ 1 ,
mans were supper guests of Rpu or"13e..2'\/'RRO / No. Vi Cans BLUE BAY N
Mr. and Mrs; Vernon' Taylor Regular 29\3Vi-oi\ ,.DIXIE
Friday night and visited Tissue 191. Tuna 291. _: / I A:
Ralph Taylor, a patient in r r Frostings : 4/1./ :
St. Vincent's Hospital- .
Mrs. O. E. Crosby, Mrs. J. ....
L. Johns, Steve and' Speedy FUfl,:39;t No: JH Con THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT
Crosby were }In Jacksonville. Mb CRACKIN' GOOD r NI, Sr LIMIT f COrta OH YOU* CHOICE
Monday; TREET SNACKS 39 :._ rooo OHDIR -_ Pears''' 31./
::
Mrs. Beverly Bp.anceot .

parsnU Jacksonville. Mr. was and visiting Mrs O.her E. I0-oi. CRACKIN' GOOD ) Kcguiorzaf' .Mno.;''jo""!".,">. >roKfcUT., CUT No: i Con, THRIPfY" "" MAID CRUSHED or SLICED .

Crosby and her grandmother CHEESE SNACKS .. 29 ::.:;;:
Mrs. J. L- Johns Sunday. .. ..v./v;: Green Beans 5Pineapple/ 4/1./
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.20-e CRACK GOOD 50"
The last report of Grand'" Regular' 395 ,; ; -L ._
Lovell that he Is still CQLK' POWER, & '.u
pa was FAVORITES 31. ..
J.. very 111 in the Medical Centerin FAMILY 11.1 R-j. 27No. 303 Cc.n STOKELY FRENCH:; STYLE Rcgulor 2/33Q..Jo. 30J Coni STANDARD -

Gainesville. Reg OLD 21C./Mb.''FASHION DIXIE R READ< '2/35i s S ___ ) Green Beans 41./ 1. Tomatoes ., 81./ ..

Mayor's CourtThe Reg 3941" :B.p ? DlXIE'DARLfNG RAISIN Reg..2/49c No. 303 Cons STOKELY CS_& No.. 303-Cons THRIFTY MAID GREEN

following: cases were CINNAMON BUNS 29' WK Corn 51./ Lima Beans 41./ :;
dlspoavd of In M yor'. Court ,.
Tuesday night: ._. ,
Clarence Covington destroying Io.k..
city property, $37.50 bond ft "
forfeited. U. S. CHOICE; LAMB SHOULDER MORE BEEF SPECIALS

Gladys Simmons, disturbing .
.
the voluntary intoxication
peace
doing 'bodily harm with Chops 59 p! USDA C'CEW'D' BRAND ,CORN FED,BONELESS RUMP OR ,SIRLOIN ,
a knife; 90 days. Lb. :
GUI Johnson Jr., voluntary ROUND STEAK .
Intoxication $52.50 bond for. TIp Roast. LB. 98 ,N...
felted. USCHOICEl.AMBSHOULCER; .
M. J. Slocum, reckless drfyCi -
; $27.50 or five days. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED N.
Leonard Cobb voluntary 'intoxlcstion Q 0
$37.50 bond forfeited. Roast 491
.Charles Henry M1tc.heU1la: \.. : _: Lb. Calif. Roast 0 O LI 68 :

turbing the peace voluntary -',
Intoxication dl chargrin# plotol :', --- ------ .. USDA| CHOICE W-D BRAND ,CORN FEO BEEF "'
within city, assault with\ dangerous
/cipon: : $107. Q or 20() i'

days. -kfl.'jam; ; 59,. Short Ritis.a e LB.LB.. 39i j.


Still Many Unaware Widows FRESH .BOSTON BIJTTPork GROUND BEEF Beef Stew N.

Of VA Benefits Roast -49? 29 INN.,

Many widows and orphansof 1 12-oz. PI'\ SUNNYLAND 11 N
World War II and.: Korean <
Conflict veterans are still Franks I 39x: WII
unaware of their eligibility .I' :. 1 r.N
to pensions) paid by the Veterans .
Administration. W-D BRAND. pRADE "A": Dr. & Dr. QUICK FROZEN BAKING Iii M.
The pensions range from SWEET 3Ul $17 monthly for widows;' $43 Hens 29, ,.
to $30 for a widow with dewndents ..AISUPERBRAND'
and! for each child,
$15' per month la added.. The' ....---.-.-----..-.....-.. N I IQEXTRA
pension\ for orphans la $38 '. Plus 50 Extra 'Stamps With CouponICE .
monthly The benefit may be I I 7:, ,
payable tQ UM veteran' ;..i" CRIIN! STAMPS .
Olid or children, even ;; ,',; i i "
I
# :
NAsA LON HALF I '
59
though the widow! Is not:entitled 1 UMM.ANO CREAM, ,/ RI'J
I to the pension because Ie... Cream / GAL -.... Ibs.
/ .00. TH"U JONt se / ,
she remarried: or her Incomeor / AT LOCU .''NN....,. y4'

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child annually for or the chiW for widow"widow* n.',The and: with Income$3,00 i a Lemonade 9/99/ Ice; Milk, Bar 59?. Cut Corn . 21./ MORE FRESH PRODUCE I IAG .

limit for orphan li $1.800 ,. SOUTHERN BELLE ) DIXIANA)POLY BAGS CUT
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yearly, exclusive\ of earned ,, .
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Foster Homes For The Aged they will 1 feel wanted, valuable i Alcohol Involved More You are hereby notified that lime, sworn to by the Claimant I am engaged In business at owner
I. and a part of things- .n, action for divorce has been his agent or attorney, and filed noute 1, Box 37S-A Stark,I .Dated this 8th day ef Sun,
filed against. you and you are within said >period and must I Florida., AD. 1981 at Starke, Bradfor
Sought By Welfare DepartmentThe some place where companionship Than Half of Fatal Accidents i required toaerv" .a. copy of contain the place of residence Glenn B. Crawford, Route 1. County, Florida.
will !
replace loneli written defense It
your any and poet oftleo address of the Box S7S-A, sltarke. Fla.. sole 6/S *t 6/S:'
:ness. The foster homes the to It. on Theron A. Yawn. Jr. Claimant. A copy of such claim
Attorney for Plaintiff whoaddrm .'; shall also be delivered to the .-
Florida Department of thMn Department seeks will en- Alcohol has been found to clearly that! he increases his!l .. I I. Bradford County County Judge.
Public Welfare la seeking for I These former .,.Bradford able these former mental be a contributing factor/ In rRsk\ with e4Ch additional Court House, Utarke: Florida sKate W. nngelken, I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
and file tho original/ with the Executrix of the ICstateof ,
ter homes for the aged Can I County resident' are ready patients to re-enter a normal more than half of fatal traffic drink Clerk of the above etyled Lillian Mae, Blnhop
you spare some attention,I and able to make a place for environment without the accidents according to IndeLa"t Court on or before July 17' 1-1 4t 6-81 I STARKE PHONE 964-6200 |
more t than :uOO
year 1967, otherwise a judgementmay
and affection come of the j themselves 'once 'morin the excessive pressures or bur- pendent survey -

family atmosphere which',, community. but they have n) dens of having to "make It The alcohol connection was persons were' killed highway, for the be relief entered dem nded against In you the NOTIOU' OF INTWNTT6N TO_,i KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 f
accidents an sight ,per cent REGISTER: FICTITIOUS MAMS
warms your home? home to which-' they can .re- alone." These foster homes established through post- Increase 19O5.: .Addltlonal- Complaint or petition. Notice I I. hereby given that

I 4 Some of the aged citizens turn. They,are: wellnow,and will form part of a total mortem studies of personskilled over Witness my hand. and theM the undersigned under the pro Rental I Service J
] '. ly. 4.400,000 persons were In-: al of said Court at Htarke, vlslnna of Chapter 0,4(8. Lawsof
of this community may be r with encouragement can take community Involvement and In accidents. The studies jured. .Beyond the human Florid* this 8th day of June, Florida.. Acts of 1141, will

: faced with spending their remaining I steps to re-enter. ,'community will receive help and sup- have been conducted In a number fering the economic loss SUf-1 1907.BWAL.. .) rrglHter with the Clerk of the HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
(
Circuit Court, In and for Bradford
church portive services
and activities. from the local
of 'states and results
In an Institu- ,, agree result of the traffic accld.ntremarkably Charles A. Darby! As Clork Couny Florida. upon receipt -
I. years Purpose of the< tion. such as the Northeast I merit's program Is not merely County Health Departmentstaff. An Insurance company lion. Ills 4t 7/6 this notice, the Mutinous name!, I -

Florida State Hospital, unless to find J'09I11'and board for spokesman said In an annual of Boyd Enterprises under.which ,
The report also showed that PIIO4'I.AMATIOV
homes can be found for elderly persons, but to'. $ace The aged men and women report on highway statistics, In 1966 than May 81, 1161 :' _
them within a ,family where\\ who are placed In foster that each Individual will have more 286,000 I. Carl Hurst. Mayor of the
pedestrians became casualties City of Starke, Florida. by virtue -
homes will be to make his own mind
ambulatory, up vested
40 per cent of the total of the authority
reasonably! alert, and person- about his personal drinking deaths occurred on weekends- In my by law, do hereby calla
aly self-sufficient. They will habits and driving a car. "Ob.. Special Election to be held at
four out of five personal Injury ,the Fire Station. In the aforesaid -
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.not need nursing; care and viously, he added, "the driver accidents occurred in clear City, by the qualified : ; ',,4-: t : .
enormously' Increases1 his Electors) on TuesdaY. ,
.some may even eventually be weather and voters ( a' '-i- ':
on dry roads i
tor the
A. D
chances of being: in an accident July II. 1987
abie to obtain some employ-
almost 32 per cent of the purposeAPPOINTING-
ment. Involving not only himdrivers of the City ;
Involved In fatal accident Li4:
Aged persons who are self but others when he Clerk and the Chief of Policeby ;
,
wore under 35: years of the City Council of the p
drives after drinking. And the
placed In foster homes are age. City of StarkeJiUXJTION I _
allowed a welfare. giant of up research on this subject shows ,; of the City Clerk, -. T ,
Chief of Police I by the i
nd __
to $133 a month. Of this voters of the City of Btaiko, or:
$123 paid to the foster home Starke :

a. $12 Is retained for ersonal years have found that the Who I. EligibleFor Mrs I Inspector's. llrnoHtlne for said DunmarkMrs. election: f: : : pl 't r ';
pesky Insects like the smell of
expenses. The foster home Is
Myrtlce Dennis ji i,
expected to provide food leather and the odor of perfumes Burial InNat' Albert FoHter r t#

perspiration dark clothing Mrs. J, E. Hardy
shelter and personal cervices ,
,
;
) CemeteriesIn Sheller -
Mrs. Peggy c :
Including laundry an-); some and people In good health.: Mrs. MM..ret'VIlII., ..,"* '

transportation The families Bees as well as mosquitoes lighf of Information recently Joe Mrs. Vallnskl Ed Prevatt .
would be discouraged from are attracted by colognes. perfumes I '
/ ,
released: : on the re- John HlmpBonMrs. '
..'# ? Z taking In an elderly person' and after shave lotion. restriction of,burial of veter- ., Ethel Raymond 'T'"f_ "
Mae Chasteen _
Klla.
they also seem to like people Mrs. _
merely: for an extia income ans In Arlington National Mrs It. O Dftn..hy ; '
as the money Is Intended to who are very activo, who Cemetery; M. T. Dixon Director In testimony whereof. I here- r
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42" MOWER Valued :*:1.5'6'At provide tht cost of support! breathe heavily (apparently of' the FJa. Dept. of 1-auno unto subscribe time "Meal of my said. name City and to : -L' '

: for an aged person. It's the carbon dioxide that attracts Veteran Affair, was asked I bi> hereunto. affixed thIs 31st : ; !

.. No more than two eldely them) and who have to clarify burials in other day of May, A. D. 1967 ,,

persons would be placed In warm skins.A 1''ational.Cemete.rles; in the (!HEAL: ) CARL SlURS' Mayor.

ABSOLUTELY FREE When-you buyA any'one foster home. And no dark-complexioned person U. S. such as the one locatedat ATTEST:

homes where roomers or Is more vulnerable than alilghterakinned Ft. Barrancas P J1IIaCola. MKKRILL EDWARDSCity oJ
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New International Clerk ,
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boarders taken be but one : -
are can one, no Fla. g/ts 4t 7/g

considered. The DepartmentIs has discovered why. By the Dixon said -
6f
veterans the

CUB CADET TRACTOR, seeking homes not boardIng same token, dark clothing attracts Spanish American War, TV COURT.. THE IN COUNTY AND FOR JUDOE'S BRADFORD When the going' ts tougl -ATLAS*

houses. more Insects than light World War' U, Korean. Con COUNTY FUOIUDA

Choice of Models!\ 7 HP 10.JfP, 12' UP The State Welfare Department' clothing.' :filet Peacetime service, and PRORATE NO.MATTES"" THB Truck-Coach
Mental Health Worker Bees travel great distances, 'certain members of IN TRiO! Tires are tougher!
or 12 liP with Automatic Transmission.There's ;- ,tjielr ESTATE! OF LII.[,IAN MAE
: will make every effort to but most mosquitoes move no families' fare eligible for Interment BISHOP!: DKCKA8ED: ,

a MOWER FRKE-FOH-AU: goIoon- i match persons to the family more than a few block from in these other National pieTies TO tHKDITORd
claim or .
now art Blonley's Lawn Mower Service! 'your later- I they will Join. And she will their 'breeding place. Dees pro- : Cemeteries. Burial Is ,domanda All parsons airalnae having the Estate of
'work with the family and and transfer available Mae Bishop, d national Cub Cadet Dealer In Baldwin.'.Yes'_ -' vide honey pollen, I to any deceasedveteran'of Lillian K. G. DUNCAN Agent
such claim.
nntlflril to file ,
the aged person to make the but. mosquitoes don't seem to wartime ar
If buy. new International Cub Cadet Tractor or peace In the office of the Count !
you experience a satisfying one be good for much of anything time service, whose. last per Judge for Bradford County, at Starke, Fla.STANDARD
NOW he'll give >ou a perfornruuioe-matchMl International for both. except carrying disease. Their iod of active service terminated the Courthouse at Htarlce. Florida -

Mowrr AT MO EXTRA'CIIAROKI i:LJ.ola' I Poster homes will be Inspected breeding places can be reduced honorably' by death or from, within the time elx of calendar the first month pub- .. OIL

the MOWER FKEE-FXJII-AIX ,t..r.. :at- 1.ley. s, I for safety from fIre or eliminated If everyone otherwise. Reservists 'Who die lication of thla Notice else they .

XA-WH Mower Service, In Baldwin. Buy.any new" Cub, and for sanitation. Physical would do away with all kinds while performing active duty will law. -become void according to nMOCXDMt-'irrus",fl."'s.""*?.orr.' .An-u supftr eoAREA ,

Cadet und get your Mower FTIKEI:: examination against communicable of stagnant water, old auto for,training, also are eligible. Each claim must De In writ- I

diseases will also tires open cana and suchthing' 'Burial Is also available to .
O
be required, Homes where eligible ,' ..t' _- ---=:-u---- :;=:- := :='''''-j-_ J =-_-, ,_-- -- "
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ACT NOW! OFFER EXPJRESSOOS.MOSLEY wives, ,husbands -I r
.' women are alone,will be considered Don't 'fight off bees. Walk widows; 'or' widowers' '

: as well as those away slowly. And 1 If one stings minor children and under ,

; 'i!\ M, "where there are couples with you pull the stinger out and I certain conditions," to unmarried BUSINESS$ $ 'DIRECTORY

( children.. apply calomlne lotion. If you're adult children. Dixon .
,
LAWN' MOWER: SERVICE'' Complete information is allergic to stings, see .your further'said that IT. 8' '
available through the State citizens. who ,
physician 1 as such, servedin ,
Service What We I .: Welfare Office P. O. Box If a mosquito lights on you .time of, war* In the Armed ; Office
LADIES
KALDVVIN"We. Sell'Ph. I 1100. Gainesville. Fla., Fh swat It! Forces of governments allied AUTO SALVAGE Fdrm and Industrial 266-4267 378-4616. Mrs. Dee Rutter.,
with the- United States
may Equipment Office
g Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock
Health Worker 'I
Cental be eligible fof burial in a Nation

'" *! Cemetery. the BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized
MosquitoesLike : Lock Your Car same Most Fashionable I ,
Also A Good Stock, of.:Jig1.hee1 ,maIer ,as. veterans of' ,the Santa Fe'Tractor Address For Ladles
Perfume And Help Block U. S, Armed' Forces.: ,
Mowers and limited stock pf Used I i DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY' :
; I And BrunettesWith Auto Thefts The benefit consists ofgrave Inc. Inc. !: WEARACCESSORIES Dealer
Mowers. site "
High-Wheel and actual !Inter :
SALES SERVICE ClryvIctorfrotallLsA&&ng
ment
including'openlnr
) hot weather here and Motorists across the nationare ,' andclosing I FORD 7 W. University.. Gainesville ,Machine.. Calculator.SALF.asEltvtcEIRENTM.a.
,
Open Friday Night Till 9:30'Open ': -?, more people gardening: fishing being aqked to help law, and'-marking! the grave I Fine rWectloo! of r ed Oars ,

Saturday Night Till 8:30: and being out of doors, cam enforcement officials reduce provided without charge Taken On CadlllM Trade Farm Tractor 4k ImplementsFord MEN"S'WEAR

should /be taken to avoid if automobile thefts. : If an eligible veteran'oSepoU8e Industrial Equipment:
MOSLEY LAWN MOWER. SERVICE minor child, 'or an 2001 N.W. 13th. Kt 441 4EfLflE DIsroM your
you oan mosquitoes and Among the steps drivers eligible adult child dies USED EQUIPMZN'ZSALES L &:: L, Men's Shop'Florshelm '
before

Phone Baldwin 266-4267 other biting insects. can take are removing keys'from the veteran does,* the PHONE :n8- SOI ; PART SERVTCB requirements with us flrat.
Researchers over sever the ignition and lock 'Shoes 028 ,N. Main St. Gainesville
decedent may .be .butltd in a PICK UP &: DELIVERY
T ing car doors when parking; National Cemetery providing 4483 NW. Sixth: ,Gainesville S Peso PlumeSuits Phone S76-5oai

using well-lighted and well- the veteran's.,written inten- Phone 376-3548: Ladies Sports Wear

traveled parking areas when Ion Is to be burled with the Arrow Dress, Shirts
I possible; and putting items decedent. CRANELJNpOLNMEBCCBT IS 'w. University, Gainesville. PAINT & GLASSLiddell

"Andwhatay: .. worth stealing such as GARDEN SUPPLIES
,' Although application must I
Paint &
clothing and camerasout I go to the Superintendent of '
S of sight In locked car trunks. the National Authorized Sale A Service MOBILE HOMES
,Cemetery to

I is 'Rev rac Cycle ? organizations Nearly a score are of cooperating national Veteran which burial County Is'Service desired,Officer and 606 K. University. Gainesville Johnson& Paris, Inc. MUSTANG Glass Co. '

', : with the U. S. Department of wilt provide information I Phone 372-4201 Complete tdrie of Mobile Homes Inc. KTANIZB PAINTS

Justice in the National Auto and other assistance In filing 8F.ED8PJ..ANTSIntkIIdPet Gtan'Mirrors Sliding! Door-

I di'I Theft Prevention Campaign burial request application and Crane's Imports 8oppU. GeJaesvflle'e. Discount;''Mobile I Tub Enclosures-Shower DoorWlndowsAwntngCarpes *

currently under way. Many application thou Id be made Verv (HeftedBeu) FERTTUZEKS: Horns !Wee! lot. .- -
f communities across the nation at the Wall paperStorefrontConsultation.
only time of death of 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Purchase discounts on entire

are expected to conduct the veteran, or that of an eligible FIAT-H1LLMAN 224 NW. 8th Ave. chain guarantee huge savings. '

.. I local educational programson dependent since grave IK N.W. Sixteenth St.
,< 'J the subject. sites are not assigned In advance 2201 N. Main Gainesville PHONE 3720474GalneSTUl. NEW MOON CAPEULA, GAINESVILLE 872-8191

,,' The P'ederal' Bureau of Investigation of immediate requlme- Phone 372-4373 ., Fbk PACEMAKER

."'t><:; I reports that car ments. Used Mobile Homea Low
thefts have more than doubled SEWING MACHINESNational
/:; I since 1955. Of the more !. Til. Ctrr.lt Cnr P'srflrdtorC Beavty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE ,Priced.' ,With' approved credit
Cmmmtf Florid low as $100 down.
than 500,000 cars stolen in Civil: Aetl r c I 1966 about 80 per cent: were Walter tI'enct.e..on and E.- J ella Handeraon his. wife .
unlocked. Four out of 10 of Plaintiffs, v, Willie Uu!>bart POWELL'SBe -> (I '
GAI.M.mue'. Machine Co. Inc.
- A the stolen cars had the ,key Jr. and Haiti Hubbert. hi. 37S-134A I ,

I in the ignition. Of the persons wife, Dofondann.NOTICM CALL COLLECT. I
. 0..' SUIT uty Academy GLASS CO. INC II
arrested last year for To' Willie Hubbcrt. Jr.: and ; I New Home, Pfaff. Melee

_ ___ car theft 88 per cent were HattU HubborU.hls wife, Ad. Learn a Profession In Tour Universal Sowing1 Machines
dreaa unknown EVERYTHING IN GLASS" Motorcycles Scooters Sale & Service
under 25 of end -
years age Spare Time. Pull Part TImeDAY
r _____ You Ara Hereby Notified or Nearly! New Unit $S monthly
more than 50 per cent were that an action to forccloia a Store Fronts Mirror* .. ,
V : under 18.Holders. mortgage on the'' followln ft EVENING CLASSESLow ''CYCLERAMAMotorcycles I II
property In Bradford County, Windows SlidingGUse I Budget Terms Available

Florida: : Tuition Term Doors Tub Enclosure I
J4E 4 re Of GI The South half of the Ea.t ,,111 W. ,Unlveralty.' GalnosvUI*
"evenly-five. ,nu ,foot of the 219 N.W. 10th Ave.
\VBt one hundred aeTenty-flvo lOSS N. E.- Waldo i IlL YAMAhA 373-1334
Term Insurance GaIne.vW. 878-2708: .
((175) feet of the South Two B n'w -
hundred levanty-four (274)) GaInesville 3783084University
Urged To Switch feet of Block Seventeen (it) SALES, SERVICE,
I Euat. of th.4 railway Town of CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST ACCESSORIES TILES & PAINT
.
L.awtey, Bradford County
S .. Veterans still carrying'I Florida, and, In Section Twentythree : 613,W. University',Ga.laeeyWe
; C their World War n OI Term I i
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((5) Hnnth, Kanfa Twenty-two ..
4 Insurance may discover in a THAT ALL TOtTB Vinyl-Vinyl Asbesto Asphalt

.. 4 : ; few ;years that they cannot a.((82)recorded East a.In p..rmap Plat Boole or No.plat 1 & Glazing'Co.' ,. Inc. Floor Finishing Proddcta!

afford It, Just when they Pas' 19, publla, record, of CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS

may need it most, M. T. Dlx- Bradford County, -Florida. MIRRORS CARPET ,
has been tiled against you and ARK THE BEST FROMEdward' .
on. Director of the Fla. Dept. you are "required' to serve a S AUTO_ GLASS LongDistance Moving WALLPAPERTenneyTile "
of Veterans Affairs warns. copy of your*,wrlttoft- defenses L ,. C Local Drayage
If any, to It on Thomas Building Tub Endomne: Showers Storage -
) Packing
Some 2.4 million World Pierce, Attorney for Plain- ; -Crating & Paint
I War n veterans still have tiffs. who.' addreas I I. 203-5 Supply Inc. Doom !Stare! Front. Shipping- -

Well, Ma'am, electric Reverse-Cycle oTr conditioning people relax, eat, steep? and): feel l>ell8r.And their term policies. and the Florida North ,T.mpl.and file Avenue the ', original Stark.., 1319' S. Main ''GeJnMTtlle FRED ESTIMATES CALL ::2222 N.W. 6th St

Is the 20th century's safest?,cleanest, the heating! feature costs so little extra It's Veterans urging them Administration to consider is with I the Court,Clarkof on or' before the aUovetyled July- 738 S. Main-873-4844 i 870-OMI.,. l' HILL'S MOVING 'Gainesville 373-1303

'cheapest way to cool (and heat) a Florida ctlmost! like gelling a house-heater free. 10 tOt? I otherwise' a Judgmentmay GAINESVILLE,, FLA.
switching to permanent plans b., entered against ,you & ,Storage Inc.
home. Its Homeless 7 no smoke,soot,or fumes Wouldn't, you like to move Into of Insurance. The VA offers for the relief .demanded In the ,- TRAVEL

-a clean break with the past. One small. the 20th century along with the several types of permanent complaint Witness rnyhand oc petition...;.* "...! of ELECTRIC IRON'ORNAlIENTAL S54 NJH. Waldo Rd.

compact unit,gives you perfect Indoor weather million happy Florldians now Insurance. said Court on -..rone' II. 1X7, MOTORSELECTRIC Gainesville 872-4271

every day.You just twist a diaL enjoying Reverse-Cycle air At present the averagt Charles 8RAL)A. Darby. C I House of Travel,
premium for a World War Clerk of the circuit Court Ornamental Iron
Furthermore, It fillers out dirt, 'freshens the conditioning? See your electric II veteran on $10,000 In in- By /./ H",ulah Moody I-MUSIC INC. i
Steel m..us',
air removes excess moisture. Keeps Florida air conditioning contractor pr surance t Is $990 per month.In Thomas Deputy* Pierce Clerk' Lipham' Music Co. ......
w
families happier, more comfortable...belp' appliance dealer today. 20 years It Mil Jump to Attorney at lw .. Motor Repair Co. Fabrication Erection: otLJght AIRLINES ( 11
303.5 North Temple Are
$39.70 per month. Stark. Florida l Structural:Seel GeJnesvflle Shopping Ctr. BTEAMSIUPtR
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.There's no match 'for fjameltss' electric.... ...a clean break with. the past DIxon stated after a vet- Attorney* r'J Plaintiff. Of GaloevrUle, Inc. Miscellaneous Iron 1'7J- S5S R.
\ eran converts to tw ...U" 7/1 k '
a
,.e permanent Rep&lrIn&din&: 110 N. W. 10th .
11 .. 4 Arena Hotels!, ,Car Rentals
policy the premium remains New and Used Products
Of Steel Co. Authorized
I. The ClmH Court No Charge For Our Service
flWI. LIITCOMAMT. the same through. the .. ,
fLOKIDA Ilraiir.rd Co tr FlevidebJOYCJS Baldwin ,Piano a: Organ
Lwl, Plain- WORK GUARANTEED Weekdays 8:80: to GOO:
years- For information 1.TNN.
*fI"rl" iNh CLOAIDA 01 on tiff. v* WILLIAM' JOHN S3 N.W.23r4.. Blvd.;GalnesvUla Guitars > Gibson > Goya Sat. .0 to '18.S415 .
Insurance write
P. o LEWIS. D.fendsnt.NOTICIO I Drums Ludwig SllngerlandVender W.; University Ave. *
Box 1437 St Petersburg, or Of aiTTTTo Phone 3T2-8318
872-038
\ Standard
444 __ 1 vIsit your l local Veteran : WllUuni.J-oJiit, Lewis .- . ,", Amplifier a .,Gainesville 878-1601
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



:: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA


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IITAnJt! PLOId! ". TJ'1TR n\v. JlINE 2 1961I


KEYSTONE for and Charleston Mrs. E. T. S.Martin C., wherehe left Engagements I r Garden Club
HILITES T.
James Norton New
I will be reporting for OARDNER-LINEBACK Executive: Board Chairman :
active duty In the U. S. Na-
By Jim Fox val Reserve program.Mr. Mr. and Mr, Qulncey E. The Executive Board of the!
Please Phone In Your Items Gardner of Keystone Of Clay Democrats :
473-4148 and Mrs. Jack Methvln Heights Garden Club of the Lakes met County
and announce the engagement: of ___
family spent last week Thursday June 15, at the home
visiting friends and relativesIn their daughter Carol Louluc of Mr*. R. N. Sunderland.
J KOP ARTS & CRAFT would like to exhibit In the Orlando. They were guests .to Bill H. Llneback son of Mr. r1 Following a luncheon served James T. Norton of Green I chairman: J. C. Sapp. Lawrence

SHOW STARTS SOON "KOP art and crafts rtiow. at the home of Mrs. Meth- and Mrs. Bill W. LIneback oKlngsport 12 noon a 'business session Cove Springs was elected j Murray, Arthur Hatchat -
- The KOP (Keystor.fr on Students should bring their vln's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tenn. was conducted.by>the president' chairman of the Clay County er, and John Ball.
Parade 1 Arts and Crafts drawings or paintings with R. R. Haines and Mr. Meth- The bride-elect graduatedfrom 5' a Mr. Albert Bachmann, to plan Democratic Committee to fill Publicity: Mrs. Beatrice
show will be held at the municipal building from DUPLICATE BRIDGE ZSf. and Mrs. Dick Bid- High School. Columbus Kan.. _ son. of John Wilkinson. Mary Huntley Mrs. Charles
Thursday June 29, through Winners of the Duplicate attended Bethany Hospital r' -5.. ..,' -: The meeting was held Salyer Mrs- Pearl Hawkins.!
Thursday July 6, 10 a.. to die.Last School of Thursday night, Juno IS in
m. Bridge Club meeting on June Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Radiologlc Technology .. Constitution: J. C. Sapp.
I 5 p. m. dally.\ and la currently employedat the Clay County courthouse chairman; Lawrence Murray
15 were: First place with 27 Walter Muhlhofer entertained a. holiday trip to Washington
All artists and North Kansas City Memorlal ; $ and was presided over by the Emery H. Cooper.
persons exhibiting points Louis Kyle and Stan the newly-married Mr. I D.: C., where they enjoyed a
crafts are asked! to Hospital. Vice Chairman, Mrs. Beatrice Legislative: Archie Pad
LaCoste; .second place with and Mrs. Walter Richards visit with 'their younger daughter -
I bring their entries to the city 26>4' points, Mr. and Mrs.. with a buffet dinner at their Mr. Uneback 'graduated a and family .ithe Floyd Hen- Cooper, of Keystone Height/ Kelt chairman; Louis Huntley -*
hall on Wednesday. June 28. from Dabynu-Bennett A resignation was also submitted Mrs. Jean Sapp James
Fremont Tolles: third place home on E. Lakevlew Drive. High Mchels and four children. At
* from 2 to'7 p. m. Corrmlttee Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Guests included Mrs. Rich I School In Klngaport, Tenn. He Manchester Md. they visited by J. C. Sapp} secretary Weeks Mrs. Carolyn Weeks.
, members of the Woman's Edythe Larson: fourth place. ,ards' three daughters Mrs.. Is currently serving a tour of another daughter and family lmad and the vacancy was Auditing: Mrs- Joan Nor
Club will accept entries and! duty with the Armed .. .. by the election of Mrs. ton. chairman; Arthur Hat.
Mr. and .Mrs. Albert :Bach- T. Farrar DeWitt, of New Forces the Avert Daviaes, and two
J complete registration blanks mann. York City Mrs. L. Mo'-an ol stationed at Richard Baibuer children. Mary Dart Miller- cher John Wilkinson.
tut this time Be sure to note I The Duplicate Bridge Club Watertown N. Y. and Mrs.I AFB, Kansas City Mo.IIASTYREDFEARN. ,r William Reynolds Sr. is ex- Mr. Norton who was a Under Credentials and!

the change of registration t hours. .1 1 Woman';s-Club. meetseacb I cau ...-Mr-; MY Nelson;i Mr:I Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton I Roy Jluylowt", of Air. and Mr. Tlllman after I Committee from District from each district were apo.
. Have you qualified golfers Thursday at 7:30: p. m., at; and Mrs. Joeph Stein, and Hasty of '(Miami announce the Keystone High School' new head coons<< I a stay In Bradford Countyl One' relinquished this post pointed as follows: District
i signed up fc.r the KOP 18-
, hole Best Ball Golf Tournament TEEING O'ElOn The Department< of Plant marriage of their daughter In I preparation for the fall alOOn. Mrs. Lonnle Stripling* has flll this vacancy. Archie Padgett: District 3.
J on Thursday June 29? Friday June IS. Marty Pathology, of the U. of F Barbara Lee to Robert S. Red-I I returned from St. Vincent's The new chairman made Arthur Hatcher: District 4.
I ICoach
fear n, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. the following committee ap- Emery H. COoper: District 5.
t Advance registration though Martin and Su Dwyer received Department of Agriculture I Hospital and Is Improving
i not necessary, would be ap- first-place honors In the were recently entertained at I H. Redfearn Sr. of Keystone I Summer Program Under Way i nJcely. I polntmenta: Louis John Hail.I .

( predated by th r committee -Ball; Tournament, with Fran Lake Brooklyn. The guests The bride-elect Is a graduateof I At Keystone Hi School Gym I living: on Swan Lake and

t The Woman's Club) will be Chesslngton and Don Shack- who enjoyed a cook-out Miami Edison!! High School I commutes? to her beauty InU,.I", 'J n..t..aPl... .. AftA._ __._._.._. .....-.1__ -.. .u.. ... __ ...
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Miami Dade Junior colleg and --- v ""Yo< """J' v IDO.
1 In charge of refreshments. leford placing second placeIn swimming and skiing in- atruotor' work in
I Florida State University, Roy i the necessary material arts and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a. Service held aoh Sunday.
r the day of the tournament. the competition. cluded: Dr. and Mrs. Wehl- recently assumed I and crafts will be offered The Francis Kgano ( ). Church
on nursery
. where she received her bache- I open at 8t. Anna' Uiacopal l
LOCAL, ARTIST ASSISTSMrs. NEW CLUB CHAMP burg Mr., and Mrs. Alferl lor of arts degree In 1966. She of head KHS mentor :{ Tuesday and Thursday afternoons an old-fashioned ham 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eu- Church. Keystone' TSeigbt,
On Sunday morning June and children Mr. PJerman, nounced the start of cabbage ddnner at the 8 a.m. each '
l Dorothy Chrlstoffers. !la now teaching In Dade Coun ; Sunday. rtn.
18 Johnny Martin defeated John and. Rhoda Peiry Mr. Leberts last week and
Newman our well-knogi mer recreation Also on Tuesday and Prayer 7:30: ( p.m.
Keystone artist will be at Earl. Voyles In the !final and Mrs. Martinez and ty.Mr.. Redfearn is a graduate be held in the Thursday nights Coach Bay- friends.enjoyed visits from / Sunday. HJYC, 6:30: p.m.
round of competition. for the Folks have
the : daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sey- Handball less will be working with Ray Sunday.
Municipal
Building on of Gordon Military College, ,
Tuesday morning June 27 coveted! Club Chamoionship! mour and children Mrs Barneavllle, Ga.. and St. John's baseball weight Winffate Marvin Homer and nice and their kindnesses offices of Morning MURRHEE

from 9 to 10 a. m., to advise Trophy at the Keystone Golf Donovan and son. Mrs Betty River Junior College. He will four-equare, and Darrell Davis In the organIzation -, always be remembered. Evening: Prayer, 8:00: a.m. Insurance AgencyRichard
and Country Club. Thte was Egan will and I Is saying
Carter and children Mr. and
high school students who graduate from Florida State games and physical of a men's slow-bal 5.00: p.m.
arc; 18-hole Match Play Tournainent. Mrs. Harry Forbes Mr. and will be offered. Pal you around, tor that;
softball league If Interestedin
University In August.The .
Murrjiea. Aft.Oeneral
but was completedat Mrs. Frank and the and with thank. I
Huff will also be .
participating: In this
will take Iaur&ncs
wedding
placeon
the end of H holes, with Moody's daughter, Carolyn improvise and \ Church of Key-
July 28 in Grace Methodist league please contact the
Martin leading 5 holes. Jean. Church Miami. own recreoational managers or Coach Baylessat Heights; Vicar Richard JTir Casualty :Maria
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS" This wan. both a well-clay Capt. and Mrs. Peobert J. Coach Bayless said 473-4350.> minister. Auto Bond

ed and weU-atended tour- Richards and three children gym will be open So mothers don't wall worship Sunday. 11 Keywtone Ildchte ,M478There's .
nament.: As one spectator have been visiting with Mrs. Price. through. Friday until you feel that you are Holy Communion 2nd
commented "You don't see Richards' parents :Mr.. and Friends wishing to send get from 8 a. m. to 12 going to have a mental or
golf any better than this on Mrs. Chester Moody.: The Tuesday and St. William's -
well cards, to two residents nervous collapse. Encourageyour :
your television at home. We Richards have been busy settling noons from 1 to Mass 7:30: a. m.
. that are In the hospitals: Mr*. children to start attending -
certainly do agree with this In their new home In W. H. Tyler Monroe Memor.lal Evening !hours will these recreational Mass and Novena 7 p. m.Intenlemonlnatlonal .

observation. Congratulation Jacksonville, prior to Capt Hospital Ocala. and Rev. day Wednesday and periods right now-then sit No Fight Afterward I
to both of these golfers I Richards' departure for a A. F. Eggleston 623: Huddles- nights, from 6 to 9 back and relax I II '
MELROSE HERE N THERE tour of duty In Viet Nam. ton Ave., Banboursvtlle W. Va. :If it Is possible to Community Church 'I

Is Nadine Collins with her of parents.Mr. Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turknett ZSw: : >4. I know both would be A. _C.:. Holt.,.' .,... minister L.; Ki c ,
visiting recently entertained with a 'a'5 .o..v.-. UI'K"lWI"
so thrilled to hear from
BUSINESS' and Mrs. C. E. Suter cook-out at their home for Sympathy to the family you.of bor Mr. and Mrs. W. Court will leave next week fora I' Sunday School 9:30:

I this week. the members of Cunning- Mr*. Wlrmifred Myers, who Happy Birthday to I long summer holiday at her I' Morning Worship, 11 T :
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ham's Gulf Little League ;passed away Thursday June Tier and Diane former home In Wisconsin and Nursery open both hours. '

. DIRECTORY Oraff and children of Griffith. team, and their parents. Be- 15 In the Arcadia State Hos- day night the girls ito visit her eon. and family I Presbyterian & X I' :
Ind. were recent guests aides members of the team. ;[nitilt! >in Arcadia. Mrs. Itfvftrfl a Birthday 'Party and I In the Chlaaoo arta Faith .
t of Mr. and Mrs. ueorge guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Party in Carolynn COMMUNITY CHURCH Presbyterian
was formerly 'a resident of
-Rev. J. R. Neale
BEAUTY SHOP Kaufmann and family. Mrs. Frank Crowley Sr.. Mrs. Melrose. several of their girl Members and officer of the ster. :Mrs. W. A. Jr.,
If Oraff Is Mr. Kaufmann's' Robert Cole. Mr. Brooks Mr. The !Melroee HI&b. School tending. Community Church .congregation Wallace
fn4t&| Mrs. Carl
KEYSTONEBEAUTY sister" ... and Mrs. Jack, Methvln and library Is open this. .*umm r, Mr. and Mrs.- extended a .welcome. to summer; organist.'S*
Miss Leigh Brannon, of chlldien Steve Bird Mr. 'and June 12-July 21. Books can ford have returned Rev. and Mra. Leon" Mllner,
SHOPEdith Birmingham Ala. i Is visiting Mrs. Bay Farris and chllJren. i be checked out and resource weeks visit In last Sunday. Gerald Culberaon Morning Sunday' School 9:49:
: Worship 11
Johnson, Ownr her grandparents, Mr. and < Mr. and Mrs. Winston ,material are available. Mrs. with their son and served as greeter In behalf' of Sunday. ( ,
e Personal Mrs. R. L. Bridges of Lake Keeth. Mr. .and Mrs. Art Ayleen Smith will be there to and (Mrs. Ernest Feather'i the congregation. Followingthe hours.) Nursery open Wan1'J
& Creative Geneva. Since her arrival, 'Forhyce Mr. and Mrs. Jack help you from 8:30: ( a.m. to 4 : worship service an Informal -
Hair Styling: Leigh entertained eight of Bannon and family Gene p.m., Monday through Friday. reception wa held for -KpliMopnJSt.:
Individual Beauty |lOaN her friends with a birthdey Buttlngton and Mr. and PERSONALS NEWS the membership to meet and Anna's Rev. W.
r Kverjr Form of Beauty Culture party at her grandparents'home. Mrs. Bobby Hall. The men Mm. C. P. Berkleman's greot the new minister, his Vorstall!, vicar. WHEN
Open TU II.-Sat. 9-9; fried the chicken and the ,guests for several days were By Helen and the Van Mllner and Morning: Prayer and YOU PAY BY CHECK
Closed Monday Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bridges ladles furnished their indivi-i her Hon and wife Mr. and son.The mono 2nd and 4th
have recently returned froma dual covered-dish specialties.Mr. j Mrs. B. W. Berkleman and Mllnera were happily 1:30: am. (nursery )
BOATS MOTORS trip to their home In Lake and Mrs. Ray Kincaid (family of Atlanta Ga. ,F.&U.QWSIUP> ,CLUB surprised at the fine remodeling cancelled check proves payment. No tfrr.9
C Ttoxaway, N. C. On their return have returned 'to their home Mr. and Mr. L. O. Baldwin The Keystone and, redecorating of the l;
BILL'S MARINE trip Mr. and Mrs. on Smith Lake after spendingthe and daughter Sara spent two Club held its regular : on their arrival Satur- Hickory SmokedJque st paying bills in person. No hold-up risks due

_ BALKS SERVICED Bridges attended a meeting past ten months at their weeks vacation visiting and and program meeting day from Chlco Texas. carrying excess cash. Simple convenienf
Th Fun Fleet' In" In Atlanta. Ga. former home in Richmond, resting In their home here In Masonic. Hall on The offertory anthem was ,
All Outboard" Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Kan. Melrose. Sara left this week record crowd enjoyed by the Celestial Choir We invite you to open a checking
Chrysler Lone Star B.*t* Homer returned' to Bruns- Mr. and Mr!. W. Teske and for a Job she has In Vermont personation. of Minnie the direction of Mrs.
Chrysler Motor wick. Maine last week. Ronnie family hoeted a watermelon- and. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin portrayed by Mrs. Lu Canov-a, organist and .
Service A Part for to enlisted In the U. S. cutting and farewell party at have returned to their home in Santa Fe Lake Arthur Ketch director.

. aev4Ga Helctat* 471Cvrner $ Naval Reserve Program and their home In honor of Vicar Branford. Their son, Brent Henry Fluegge was ; / Farris carted the SandwichesAnd COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
Rte. 21 Z8 will be stationed In Bruns- and Mr*. Richard< Meyer last participated In the Boy Scout piano for the song I solo part with Roxann Take-Out Orders
I Melrose. 475-4851 wick for six months prior to Friday evening. Member of raft contest held Inst week on bore were happy to attainting. This youthful Chicken '
an overseas duty. the Keystone Height Lutheran the Suiwennee River. and Mra Robert consists of about. 16 Ribs KEYSTONE STATE BANK
CLEANERS Mrs. Mary Nelson Is a pa- Church present included: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. drlner have 'been absent for folk Just reaching their Pork Smoked Mullet

tient In the Jacksonville and Mr*. P. W. Clark John and family of Jacksonville while due to Amy's years. They are on Integ- Cold Beer-Open 7 F.DJ.C. Keystone Height, Fla.
Keystone Baptist Memorial Hospital. Benael Mr!. Florence Janes, spent Ithe weekend with Mr. The luncheons will part of the morning wor- Smith Lake Gro.
Cleaners.Inc.. where she Is undergoingtests. Miss Margaret Jane, Mr. and I Griner's mother Mrs. John all summer at 12:30: service 214 "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

, O. K. Davie. .. We hope that she will Mr. Kenneth Farrell and Oriner. They held a birthday Masonic Hall, on the 'I Hiway Community."
be feeling well soon. daughter Mro. Walter Muhl- celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Thursday of each The wedding of Miss Prls- Gold Head State
Every Dry Service
Laundry Cleaning Finish :or Fluff Mr. and Mrs. Frank" Ot-|hofer, Mr. Karolyn Jacksonand W. J. Griner as their birth Please provide your Gaston of Vero Beach
2 Day Service tlnger entertained with a I daughters, Mr. and Mra dates are closer- erage and table. of the Bud Anthonys. was .
Pick Up and Delivery cook-out at their home last George Kaufmann and daughter !Mr. and Mrs. L. Bilnaon of fall (late occasion for a visit home
Kejton Helirfcta 73.8OS4CONCRETE Saturday night. Guests Included I and .their out of town Jacksonville. spent the weekend monthly game-fun ,the Anthony family last
Mr. and Mrs. Ed guests Mr. and Mr*. Andrew I recently in their lake home on be omitted a.* many 5 TO WRITE I
Dwyer; Mrs.; Edith Johnson, Graff and family. Swan Lake. Mr. and Mr*. W. L. are on vacation. Mr. and Mra. Cecil O'Brien
Jim Fox and the Ottlnger's Brinaon parents of L. Brinson Vice President and a recent visit from
Hawthorne Concrete grandson. Michael of GaIn- WvyvyyvYVVVYvvVVVVYVW. pent Sunday with them. Later Chairman. Mrs. Ethel : Margaret McNeil of Fort WANT ADS
esville.Mr Sunday the L. Btlruions returned anil Arthur Combs are and :Mr. and Mr
& Supply, Inc. to Jacksonville.Lt. relatives in : Hewlett' of Leeaburg.
and Mrs. Jack Bair MELROSE ) Follow these simple make Want Ads
your bring better results.
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REDI and children of Dover. Ohio. Col., Retired and Mr. native state. Mr Mr. and M1'II. Herman
MIX B. R. Simmons' 4 Krueger of White have. returned from
son Spec. Remember a good is nothing
have been visiting with Mrs.Balr' By Sally Rothhammer more than salesmanshin n..nn. _in n nrint___n_
CONCRETE Frank Simmons arrived home
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parents Mr. and Mrs.
Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne Phil Wright for the past &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA last week from Vietnam for LEO All NOTICENOTICE I Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when telling
481-2932. 20.11GAS : a thirty day leave. He 1 I. to
: week. Duplicate Bridge winners last report (back to California by landa will ba! IS cold HEREBY l at public GIVEN auction that on the the lat following"lay. of July described A.D. I I friends and neighbors about what you have to offer
Mr. and Mrs. Lea Beasleyand week were: 1st place Mrs. July 12. After spending a few 1997 at the City Hall. of Kayatona Halg-hta County of Clay,
daughter Marian, of Roland Bryan and Mrs., B. days here Frank has to Slut of Florida. to pay the amount due for tax, ...a herein. aatoppoalt Don't Abbreviate .
gone the aama, toa,th0r with : Don't be
; all penaltl and Aeata of such Penny-Win and Pound
of !
Keystone Saf-Gas Tallahassee formerly Johnson. 2nd place Mr. Val North Carolina to visit relative sale and advartlalna' ;. Sala t... Mart at 12 o'clock: noon Foolish I
Bottled Keystone spent last weekendat Givens and Mr. Dora;> Beasley there for several days, Drarrlplla OWMIIVMarnton. T.... .. Ccte Surveys and studies prove that most
Gas their home here. Marian 3rd place Mrs. Lorraine then he will return back homeIn Pt.In of O.R.lot Si 83' a.p.Rao 53 I Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good' common sense to eliminate i iI
and AppliancesSe and her mother will be In I Allen and Mrs. Oean Foster. Melrose. Jim left last week Plnecreit S/D Markey Jordan I4.ST stand abbreviations. Make it easy for nnneeded word from Want I II
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Us For All of Your Keystone for another week. 4th place Mrs. Paley Boyd for a job In Deland and Jeanie. Lot In 8 OR.Blk. 18 13 .Par.. Eec 8K.H. I people to respond ,to your' ad Ad, but mak sure you don't your ruin the
Mr. Beasley had to return to and Mrs. John Strawn. Is a counselor for some Girl Joel Strickland. Knt. Inc. If 8& don't keep them guessing with abbrevl-
Gas Needs his office on Monday morn- The W.S.C.S.. held a meetinglast Scout at Camp Chowenwaw Lot 13 Blk IS an I ations. effectiveness of your Want Ad by making -

Phone 473-4351 Ing.On Wednesday at 10( ajn. near Green Cove Spring She 404 Rue KH.In O.R. 56 Pg- Mr.* BealOle McCallman 4.ST I I : it incomplete. Remember you're not

NURSERY Thursday of this week. They do not plan to hold a will be there till August 6th Lot 3 .A: 4 Blk 8 Put Yourself In the Prospects Shoes: placing: a Want Ad to save money .
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Johnny Martin son of Mr. meeting In July. or Augu t. then home for a few weeks as PIT Ro 78 Lkv.In O R.H..811 h. you're inserting your ad to get result '
O.C. Carnes Nursery Their main Interest 'will' ,be and on to Tennessee for col 8/0 W. H. Turner *T4 Give full information and all the deand make money. Making your ad too
,, self reading and studying of lege. Jim and Jeanie. are Lot 9 as Rae In OUT.: : I tails about whet you have to offer. short may save a few pennies that lose I
ITIway 100 Flormhome2S SCHEDULEOF ,the leisona. Mr. Albert brother and sister i of Frank' Addition 17 Vs. 83S Bird I Describe your offering hi benefit terms you dollars In results
SUIe SE of Stark SERVICES Swhoeneman president. turned Mrs. Harold Decker and Lota I to IT ex Lot.) William Itqulardo ..04 .tell prospect why your offer I
Nursery Stock Thouaand* the meeting over to Mr- J. L. children Beth. Nicky: and Jef- 9 A: 13.. Run In satisfies their needs Give adze, dimensions And It Is Easy To Order Tour Ad:

of Plant A Fruit Tree* to PARKof Price Sr., and she gave a mot fory are guests in the home of .Bk.ton.K PC Christian S Kay. capacity. condition. advantage Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will

choose Kvergreena from. Nice A Shad Trees the Interesting talk on a book he her eJlller l
Plants. Landscape had read. "Putting Faith to and Mr. Albert Steuart. Beth Keystone ChristIan .' without price are 30% less effective sible result All you do Is pick up your\ Iii l
Plant All in container PALMSSUNDAYS Work" toy Robert J. Mc- .la attending: the Church Bible Colony SDLota Volunteers Inc. 5.04Qoapol than ads with price. telephone and ,they do the reat
anytime. Camellia It Cracken. A lovely pin was pre School at the Methodist Church lA, 8B td *. III C
ID Raplat of KeyStone ,
azalea. .
sented to Mr*. 1C.' P. Berkleman this week. Christian. .

Let; n'*Phone do your 684-2185 landscaping? 11:00: 'A.M. 7:30 P.M. for her loyal and faithful Mr. and Mrs. David Coburn, Lota Colony IT. IS 1* a: SO( Volunteers Inc. 5.10Ooapal Only $1 For 15 Words
service .to the W.S.C.S. Mr .
THURSDAYS enroute to Connecticut to visit neplat of Kay.Chrlatlan. .. .
USED CARS Ralph Griffin told of 'World relative, topped by and spent Stone
7:30 P.M. Banks' that will be issued to .the night with 'Mr and Mr. Lota Colony S4 to II Inca Volunteers Ino. 6.S4Ooat I TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS
Hanks Used Cars PUNDAMPNTALBIBLE each member to be used all W. H. Allen. Mr. .Coburn Just Raplatatona of Kay ,
TEACHING year and returned to her In. got out of service In Orlando Christian
BIG CASH DISCOUNT April') 196& Special guest wa and are on their way back Colony > l Volunteers Ino. t.10Xatharln GET RESULTS
TERMS\ AH Services Held In Th I Mrs. B. W. Berkleman (Jeanle home. Mrs. K. T. Bailey of J McOlaira
BUY SELL TRADE Congenial Atmosphere I! ), daughter-in-law of Mrs. .Jacksonville was down recently Tax, Collector
Rt. 1 Box 90 Of The Loan,*. C. P. Berkleman. Closing for a visit with her friends City Slt/lT of Kayaton Heights, Fla. PHONE 964-6305-
IIwy. 100 8 Mile* S. Stark:* I
prayer was given by Alma ,and one upon a time, neigh- S/s 4t !

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YYTYY9..T..T...... we start to cook on the (( We caught around 30 shell- esvllle with fresh vegetables, George and Jack Miller of 1 eau Baker, Columbia, Gllchlrst coordinating programs of the and a graduate of Union County -) tate University.

it comes up a storm r111'j crackers off the dock from, and stayed for a clam chow- Starke were visiting Pete and and Levy. 33,000 member organizationwith High School Shadd receivedhis

INDIAN BEACHLake day and Sunday, we .I Wednesday to Friday. Thursday der supper. Mr. and Mrs Joyce Barton Saturday, and As field i I representative, county bureaus\ In the BS degree in, Business Administration I Adjustable sizes Vinyl 30; cents BOOK

race with the weather to get I I Mrs Roy Crenshaw and Mac McGowan and son' enjoyed a ride in their} Aqua Shadd will be responsible for area. A U.S. Army veteran from Florida Covt'rs.11 ea.
through cooking before the I daughter Mrs. Peggy Hersey Chuck of Jacksonville are at The Telegraph.
( Santo Fe) rain came. Some places were visiting us for swim visiting the Millers for a few Car.Well, the .shellcrackers are -

Bjrs JUlchMl D. diittyPh. around here are needing mlng and fishing. Friday days tills week. supposed to be biting: so I'm
475-2171 rain but it isn't Indian Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor or Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Tom- trying them tomorrow Until
'Beach. We were In Gainesville Apalachlcola and Mrs. Alfred llnson two daughters and next week, keep fishing. Now
4.....AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j Wednesday visiting, and Hudson of Gainesville were 4 grandchildren are stayingat Here's Leoon I

Greetings I: hope all or the taking animals to the Vet. guest for a flab supper. Tony the Charles Schmltt cabin LEEONS CORNER
rain hasn't drowned everyone Alfred Hudson returned/ and Jean Ball and son this week. They are friends TilE WEATHER. [ AND ME I ISometlmds
It seems that every time I home with us to go fishing. Shawn of Gainesville spent of the McOowana. I wonder 'bout I ,
the weekend with 'us, and Kite the wind and rain, I r .tr
Mr. and Mrs. W. K.;
guests Fay Because they act dumb. "
Saturday were Sr of Ocala were Sunday so I
and Norman Hamilton and If I plan fishing,
ever .to. go
of the E. Kites
guests W. SPRUCEUPI
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daughters, Kathy and Cindyof of They are sure'- to come-
The B. HDavis family
INSTANT I 1I0USING'SEE Gainesville. Take for I Instance), the I ,
Gainesville were also visitingMrs. other I
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Mrs. Frankie Kinchen and Kite was telling me day, :
daughters Bycie and Regina, what a good neighbor she I came home from vacation. )I I t tIt's
Mrs. Bycie Veal and Richard had. Mr. Lature brings them I got my files end bugs together '

BOB DODSON OK BRUCE MARTIN FOR Mlnchu of Jacksonville? spent fish and vegetables all the ,
THE BEST DEAL ON, A NEW OR last week In the Fail-cloth time and is always-ready to To go fishing.for! relaxation. -k
cottage. Willie they were If you've started guessing: i L
Mr. Kite when he needsIt.
RECONDITIONED help:\ piTG
here, Frankie's brother Jim You ; '
Neighbors like this are to are pipbaWy l: ,jright
Rltch, of Starke had t heart still The nicest storm yo've ever I .
be appreciated. Robert 'w E
attack, and is In Bradford .
: seen .
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Isn't over his illness. Seems "SprucUp" time again and West
County Hospital Came just overnight
MOBILE HOME the bUll has him but good. up has all needs at low low prices!
Red and Geraldine Lee I had been planning! to go your
and daughter Donna Gay or Red Daughter/ of Jacksonville fishing, .jfyMttiblt; > Complete selection of famous brand

I II Jacksonville are spending Joe Joseph, and For nearly a wholo week. cash '& ;-f; materials are yours for the choosing!
friend of Gainesville and carry
I part of this week In the Fred But all I ,Fold,see out the Remember you always get satisfaction
NEW 12 WIDES FROM $3299 UP I Thlemans cottage. Donna Roxie Smith were visitingthe window, .* guaranteed and a smile at

RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 WIDES, 1, I Gay chicken came pox,down and with w.'n't the be this weekend.Lucky Danny Lutgea Lutgenreturned family Were squeek.those st6ald' frogs that. i I B U I IID I N G iP I West! _____________

2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELSAll able to go swimming. to Miami with Mr. Well I knew the weather was STORi Weekdays 7:30o.m.'iii 5:30: p.m.
and. Mrs. Fred Daughteryand HOURS Saturdays 8:00 a.m. 'til! 4.00 p.m. |
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against me,
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Techla McGrlff of Jack- children who had been as1 well Forget r MATERIALS P 1fY7
Ages & All Trices" sonvjlle and Keith Cheshireand visiting the last two weeks So It.Cause I'd. might

'Low Down Payments Monthly\ Payment) Less wife of Alachua were I and will 'work there. even if I found a calm
visiting 'Mrs. H. T. Smith Dee and Betty Morris are
Than Rent spot.
over the' weekend. glad to be back at Indian '
hit .
The storm would surely
<7 SIMPLE TO INSTALL
Peggy Voyles returned Beach after three weeks \
FREE DELIVERY AND.SETUPMustang from Washington D. C Friday Dee his courseIn !t0But .t *
ftway. passed I cannot change pie t \ 1a I'\' \ VINYL TUB
afternoon. While! there. New York where he was c .
she had a ,chance to ahake Attending. school. He didn't weather, ) '
No matter what I say ry' 'ENCLOSURiirtSAH..IAiY10CUAN
MobileHomes
bands with President John !, like New York' at all. He say thesun's I j : Well what do you know .
eon and do some sightseeing i It was too noisy and he was out I I ..\'i' a f'
come
Sunday Peggy sang at Re- glad to get back to the l sand BLOCKISH" i '
becca Sue Walters wedding. and grass and the Rood 'old Maybe I'll go today. or SUN-S I sae \o

I Due to a line being left out lake. Betty and children were' '6V '- .uv r hFi"tf' JI t-tr a o J "II SI" 5 -

In the< new last week, I !In Euntls while Dee was In' 11t t \1FIBEGLAS'i I ANOtO"1555 TUISSAVE $1' I IMMN1M 19 .

would like to, explain that the New York and although< they. ,
INC. reason Jack Miller was sick enjoyed visiting her parents ,+ns,
u.s. Hwy/41'" orth' Phone 732-2797 was that a.sting ray stung and friends they were ready; PA'NELS

him while he was at Mantanzas to come home too. WEST!
Lake'City,- Florida Inlet. Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mr and Mrs. W J., Davis I .

bert Yarbrough and daughter of Waycross were visiting the COOLCOMFORTABUANDCOIORIULF !i "i
Headquarters Fpr Instant Housing Frances spent Friday E. W. Revels this weekend I SHOWER-q
I
evening with the Millers. She also has her ?

They camt over from GainI dren, Charlene grandch1l.// HEAVY '''' I' r- '
Revels of Plant '. IU' .' STALL'n* I

ing the week. I S2. ..8 : J '242.! '
Judy Weber and 4 of her I 5 tat: : : '
/ 'ISc
I her family,
friends visited SQ. STIlL !$2995' '
,
f) 'J
IflCKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES the Bobbins on the, way Tuesday back afternoon from-*, d'i6 py' .s .,..,.. it 'FT./ ;: CAli I f_ ..I .

a field trip to Sunland. The) .. IL'I ,tr. TOp. -
-- -
Robbins went to Jacksonville I QUALITY!
MOBILE HOMES-USED PHOTOGRAPHER 'Sunday for her graduation I! HEAVY DUTY-14 TOOTH
from Nursing School. Judy By Lynn Hamilton /i 24" SHOWER DOORS I
*;Appldances Color TV Evlnrude Dealer '
received the faculty award BOW RAKE GLASS
STANDARD
TfMMMD OLASS
tereo
Magnavox r BARNETT'S EXCESS "OIL HURTS "
Clinical I
achievement In
Zenith J. &' J., for
Motorola Swap Shop
ENGINE PERFORMANCE
I ON
Cursing and received> a sterling /, b Y$1625
%General. ONLy$209
.
Electtrlc Commercial and Portrait silver tray with the en Outboard owners are wasting .
"You Get A Good "Deaf A\r USED THAILKKS
Photography oil and opening the doorto :
It. She will be
graving on MFR. LIST
Campers, from 8' 20'Moblle'Homea'32 Frames & Custom Framing hote part Of this week, before erratic performance,. $135 sass SHOWER HEADS *.;e?: $195
Jack Ascott, service
10&8/ Blending Hlvd. going to work next wrek- warns
F. O. MILLER.Ts. : '; 55' for Evinrude Mo-
Jacksonville 381-1131 Leonard Linda and Tammy manage
COMPLETE
SELECTION!
'.. Lynn Swearingen of LONG HANDLE-ROUND POINTSHOVEL '
Trade -
Bank
,s..I n.__tr.INN.A 'I Financing Jacksonvillewere .visiting tors.The*, problem, Is oil-rich -}" '......................... .4

Jacksonville. Ifgwy.<< 91, Orange Park Len's parents, Mr. and Mrs. fuel mixtures, saya Ascott I FIBERGLASfiELD
PIANOSFor Fred Swearingen last week- Outboard manufacturers have 150 r,. '
Auto Sales & Service Tel.- 264-6324 end. Sunday afternoon Mrs made tremendous strides in INSULATION

Swearingen and Jay Wingate engineering and design In AND GARDEN '

LANDROVER Musical AdviceC. of Jacksonville were visiting recent years., .9.Jle .ot, ,the MFR. LIST $ *!!**? .15"WIDTH-KRAFT BACKL$329
MOTORCYCLES"HONDA ,CARTER NICE them. "'* benefits of this progress Is H OE 1 165 &2SC- ?. \ THICK $*a 15
Mr. and Mrs. David Reid the need for less oil In the V* > :?* J 70 so, FT -
The'World's Flnert la and Helen Walker of Jack- fuel mixture In most cases V'ur *ilc-juW"
:4 Wheel ,Drives f i sonville were weekend guestsof the requirements have been e.,--4.. I .
Sold and Serviced by Bi. Mr. and Mrs. D W Car- cut from 24 to 1 to 50 to 1- SR, .
Roberts'! Chevrolet! '* However many outboard
Spring. 8033 'ZyIDTOIccYpL1: + s penter.
Cove
green : I Griffins Lodge has been a owners are ekeptloa.The y
Jacksonville'-264-660O/ Established- 1043Chlckering busy place this week. Betty'i don't want to run the risk of

ALL MODELS & mother, Mrs. Holbrook and serious engine damage due to .
... .
Other Name Brands f.- ..&
: two nephews. Joey and Eddie improper; lubrication. They SAVE NOW
JEEp. ;Merohanta Green Stamps' PIANOS CONN ORGANS Brock of Plant City were continue to use the old for- Guaranteed

'Vehicle 2651 Park Jacksonville 888-8919 visiting Wednesday and mula and ask 'for unnecesary FOR LIFE!
e Jeep Wagoneer Station Open 8 A.M.7' 'P.M.- Thursday. Joey will be visiting headaches. \( ::lfP

\Va&ons for two weeks with the The most frequent problemIs E-Z LOCK SETS '
eep TJnlvenuili T. es", Wed.. Thurs.; FrU Griffins. The fish are biting fouled spark plugs. With ,
;jfefp Gladiator Trucks Swt. 8 PICTURE; FRAMES good now. The shellcrackers the 'new 50 to 1 ratio plugs I klY-IK-INOI, rilllOt III tlTN I 1 /
Open A.M 6 P.M.
.I jAuthori/fxl Service are on the bed the (f'rst' part should last a full season un- $371 115 2GS 211
.) Approved Part. of this week, and should be der normal operation. If you
.I 4 Wheel Drive *"'WI 'cI 'Closed Sunday &: Monday back on by the weekend on change plugs'more; han this +a POLISHED BRASS

Irlve SPILLERS'GALLERY the moon change. Mr. Stone check your'- fuel'' mixture says *k* ** GIANT! STOCK I

ilDDIE BLANDMOTORS MOTORS. & CYCLES. and party were fishing over Ascott. ?. I, I
the weekend and caught 28 An oil-rich mixture can GuaranteedFOR
'
Inc. 4919 Blanding Blvd. Picture Framing Oil shellcrackers and 4 bass. Tom also result in hidden prob- LIFE

655: W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE Jtwkaoivtllle 771-8211 Martin of Gainesville fished lems gummy deposits A ,
; S34-7751 Painting: Graphic Arts Sunday and caught 40 shell- throughout the fuel system.If ALL HEAVY PURPOSE DUTY I

Unframed Pictures crackers. Roy, Jean and Alan left to build up depositswill
Parrish Motors Griffin got 72 shellcracktrs eventually restrict the STAPLE GUN $8"ITAPIIS ,

MUSIC, .r-w-; 1043 Park St.-In Five Points Sunday and Monday Alan Roy: proper flow of fuel ant cause BOX or i.ooo Pr.-linlh.d paneling gives low-cost luxury!
Ib. bass and
SALES Jax S.U-8551: got an 8 Mrs. erratlo engine performance. 1 e+." th' of ls.. West hat a complete variety of prefinished paneling
Mr. and
9 Ib.
had one.
'REliVICKPARTS!; Kaleen a Ellison and family[ of When this happens, you're so. s,. 6,. for any room in the house. Quick and easy,to
: down for ft faced with a troublesome) install by limply nailing or gluing. Also,ifs not neces
Music Co. Jacksonville are
.Pa'Jlus' clean-up project. The fuel --Ic****
:
SEWING *
: CENTER week of fishing and swim- tank lines and carburetor sary to paint year after year. It's easy to clean, too '

,32 Years As A Dealer Band. & String.. InstrumentsGibson ming and Mr. and Mrs. Al- must be flushed with an ace- And, Important too West' prefinished paneling is
+-+e-.... LAIl ... Hammock of Madison within bwdgetl ..,
,Always Good Used Cars bert tone w lacquer thinner solution : -. priced anyan'f ,,
021 Laura St. Jacksonville. Guitars & Amplifiers H. & N. are, here for two weeks. T
'Phone 356-e: 54 Thursday. Joe Smedley and 4 RUGG D,YET STYLISr' ,
School Supplles-Instructn,? SEWING CENTER Mack Cook, 'a game warden, Care should also be taken ORNAMENTAL ;
BEAUTY ACADEMY:; went fishing with Roy and In the ,selection of lubricating 4/ 4 4'x8' $479
Roberts Recorders oil says Ascott. Although
,
1967 Singer got 17 bass. Mr. Srrwdley dida there are many excel. COLUMNS'BIRCH SHEET
American In
mike write up on Roy
Music UbraT-Expert lent oils on the market be-
:
the Florida Times Union in
Hairstyling Repair Department Auto Zig Zag Sunday's paper In which> he ware of off-brand "bargains.' : IASY TO INSTALL .8 ft;.

Academy Is called the "Squire of Sante I If you.have any questions on
Like New a specific brand of oil, talk ,
FLAT SCROLL
$3.95
will
21 W. MONKOBJACKSONVILLE 41 \V. Monriw !Hi.Jiuknonillle Fe. Lake. Guess we have to marine dealer '
.r- to call him Squire Roy from your
333-9. OI 1 355-8117 Console Model makes fancy designs now onDave- 'Ascott also mentioned t Corner Scroll. $ .95. I 1


River 1t ideHair 8310 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville overcasts, stitches, sews, on monograms buttons,, a, 4 lb. Rape and a caught 2 lb. bass an 8 this lb., outboard special oils available manufacturers.from : \ FLAT LEAF. $5.95 its' ( ? ''I qN I% (((, 1 ritP

3U8-8001 make button holes & blind weekend. Red Neal and: Mr. Evlnrude markets its own i'i, '
tylingAcademy CORNER $9.95'FLAT
McArthur'' caught 7 bass brand, called 50 to 1. These 'i _
stlitches. No attachments
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Thursday and Mrs. Bamhlll oils were developed especially Lj
Demonstrators CAST. $8.95 ; 11 I 'J '
Z659 PARK ST. $64 or $6 per reported several good catchesof for two cycle engines I ( i
Call Jax 771-1830: and have excellent lubricating
mo.
JACKSONVILLE bream from her camp.
8888337Accredited OPTICIAN 4 Corner Cast. $15.95ISEFORPHIOOIIPOIICII
II. &:N. Sewing Ctr. Looks like the fish have been characteristics If you 'use I Ih ,
Qualified Instructors doing pretty goad this week one of these you ran't. go. J.
Modern Styling Mr and Mrs. Norman Barber wrong: +

'(Monthly dasnes celebrated their fifth anniversary -
Where tomorrow'. stylists WESTERN STORE in Jacksonville Edward: Shadd

.&r& trained" ,r Thursday night, ani spent Named To Area

the weekend ,with .their parents ,43 LOCATIONS 10 STATES
ELECTRIC MOTORS';; GOfLSSIGN\L:; : CP7ICAI : "Mrs. William Farm
Mr. Bureau
and Post
COMPANYPrescripUona. LITTLE DUDE 3330 N. Waldo'.Road-
Barber and Mr. and Mrs. W- Gainesville:-Phone 376.2604

Peavy Brothers : Filled J -- Western Store W, Edenfleld, Mlchele, the J J. Edward Shadd of Ralford, A Store Hours: Mon.-Fri.. 7:305:30Sat.: : .. 7:3Q-I:00:
Electric Co. Barbers older daughter will has been named field service Ocala 1231 S. Orange Ave.-62U-7967 Jacksonville no 8. Ed/rewood/< Ave.-S83-4U73
Broken j.eusesDupllcatsd"ArWlclal "Where You'll Find Everything have her tonsils out in the representative for the Florida Orlando 150 W, B CihISJ; ? STi V"5444 Pen'tOeola 100 East Blo.nt-4SS-0573:
ELEcrnicr RIOTOUSfiokkTfiervlced For the Horse Hospital Bureau MOS N.
Bradford County Farm 'FeUeratlon. ao- WEST Tampa JackMonvllle 1113 Ilulnen, t_33.VO671
-Repaired : Eyes. Enthusia.t"Wsstern : Friday. cording to T. K. McClane, OJfGainesville. .
Generators Starters >ICH VARY iOMI STOIU DUI TO JSWSRCTIOH
HilOMT
." Clothing -- Leather- Around dark tonight, we executive vice
Alterations !::yewe l' SpeCIaIJSU' j goods, Saddles and Trailers lad one of the worst electrical president

Armature Rewinding itS 'muss St. Jai 9.185103lOU Charles & Sharon Petty storms of the year f Monday Shacfcl wit nerve Farm B.U: e I GI/ABAHTEin/ I IS W
4044 I..enox Ave. W So. DUifewooJ: Ate.Jacksonville I I I. 7he wind was really rear members In 13 Northeast L '
Jacksonville 387-2328 P k M.l J.u. 'S i-S618- 981-1210 blowing l it blaw several limbs Florida Counties including Ala- WESTWABEHOUSiSTQRES I

down In our yard. Hope ''we chug, Bradford,, Union Duval,
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Citizens
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News (1'D 1t GET UP TQ .:1, 1 I
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/1- 400 EXTRA
SUMMER SCHOOL 'BREASTyeth I ....4 44JIj'

Monday Summer June School 19. Students started< I f I Stamps With Thi4 ; ,! ,_

Buy par lcljxate In the following -' f V ,r I I
classes Coupon loa
: Swimming I -- ,
Reading Science. Math Typ- I
and English. For further Information r fl 100 Free Stamps Wth $5.00 Or More Pur. J iB

High School.contact USO office Bradford or chase 200 Free Stamps With $10.00 Or g :

BJE High School. '9 More Purchase 300 Free Stamps With fl :
!
NOTICE
American' Legion Post 314 B $15.00 Or More Purchase 400 Free Stamps w wR :

Auxiliary is calling a special SUPERMARKETSPRICES With $2000 Or More Purchase.
meeting at 7 7 p. m. Thursday

June School All!22. at members RJE High I) GOOD THRU THE'WEEKEN 1 IN ADDITION TO,THE STAMPS YOU REaM WITH YOUR PURCHAS; [...J.a. ;
are
asked to be present and on1 I QUANTITY RIGHTS .RJERVtD,. i.MM___VOID ATTEJC. JUNE-23-67 --ERs EEtt ui 4o... .
time. Election of officers will \, .-..... -.; .; .
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be held.KETIKED PORTER I A r ( tOn SATE 1 .*ZMUBOILED .
SAVE 6* CARDINAL
RECALLS 47 YEARSOF I '
RAILROADING BRAND SLICED BREAKFASTFOOD C OR BAKED"SAVE HAMfcm59" n a.
First the wood boiler disappeared
I 16t PER LB 4C.rOOD fAIR AMERICAN OR
tnd then ovjr the SAVE PIMfENIQi 4 :

years so aid the coal" and .B CO"......... ::69( ArR GEORGIA. + 1 ; I SLICED CHEESES L I 53* r
oil-fed boilers and engineal, f GRADE I.B ,,_ .._??n
Kerosene with coach lights |! SAVE )Joe.AZALEA!HE ,t.'N.EAT PURE PORK I ::
replaced gasoline lamps "
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and finally' electric lights .. $ SMOK ED 'SAUSAGE 3Wf
were Installed !In passenger/ to __ .u. I .,-; _.,??, ;
cars: that were hardly comparable f SAVE IOC IB-MHP! CHEDDAR ,

ago. The to cars those thprrielv of'40 s years.had 1 FAIR u. S D. A. 1 MILD DAISY HEESE.UI..I. ,.ii 65 1READY ;'

changed from heavy box- Ay :. !:" 1l& ; \- .1. k.. .
r c
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like utility vehicles"to plush 'i ; TO COOK-I EEIEDEVEINED' :

and streamlined- luxury. 14oz HUHTrSl''ium.2MTIf} S.>oo t 'SHRIMP 99 :
coaches.
HQICE I = _. lI1OZPlG ,
.
John
And Williams who
become something of a trad :. SAVE 1 IQ
LIon ,himself in 47 years'of ," FILLETS
raiIr0a4ing."wakItect' all those sJ 1 1T :_."' .......,,'....u 49 ?
other /traditions fade from. ALL MEAl SKINUSSHERMANNS I a
the Now railroad 67'years'of'"age' scene. *" 'John ( : r ,
; ; FRANKS wlUlJ..tI.59
M""""" "' :
retired April 1 from his job 'CHUCKR'OA : .
as porter with the Seaboard: :a .
Railroad only about two TALL CAN
weeks before the IT- "S. Supreme l 'flMT-, WITH S.BO ,R J JUG
''Court ruled that the ''TWIN PET 'IOIt MORE OJlqtlt. 3/SI./ | ASSORTED 'FRUIT FLAVORS. 461& CANSHIC N


railroad a organization.tradition Itself as-:an could- Independent vanishas I : \DRINK I ......:.................':...'#/$ 1 .

Williams Started his rail DOG: .FOOD.- l PEG 2/2W/ .SUNSHINE 16.. CANS .
road career 'at the age of 20 : : ,r -

as burning a brakeman locomotive on a named wood .. y'T' ASSORTED ,GREENS...._._....._.104io -

"Peggy" running between REG 2/29C KING'(OLE 16ot CANRUTADAG'AS'' : :
Starke and Wannee.He SOX PKG( FOOD IIMIT., / ,ITH 5.00 ,I, -

Starke Is and a lifelong Bradford. citizen County.of FAIR FROZEN 1 OR MOI ORDER :... .:..>......!.'........NN. .: ::.

CHURCH :NEWS, REG 39 EACH LA CORONA 12u CANS


been weeks Vacation in at''a progress Bible Greater School Free for Will two has / WAFFLESWW..SS3(': tMioff HU via A'E''..............................3j1/ :...

Bethlehem Baptist Church La j PEG 3/l/ FARMHOUSE FROZEN ASSORTED .
and will end wih commence- ,

,tmen 6 exercises Th this Sundayat 1s CREAM PI ..+...N.................._......_.. I$I
p.'m.v{ '>,public jn-
'
vited. D.S.CHOICE BEEF POT(BONE-IN) lEG $1.97" SINGLETON FROZEN 2 IB BOX PIECES
Schedule of services: Sun 1 )-ug '
day School 9:3Q/: with Mrs. ROAST .1I68 BREADED) SHRIMR. 1.59
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Alberta .Bisfciy! in e arae. ,. ... _.. ... .... 1
Sunday 1 Is Trustee Day! All w' $1.39 ELSEWHERE 4 MOUTHWASH 20 es BOTTLE I
U.S.CHOICE ENGLISH CUT BEEF r
departments, 'are'asked to re- 'If 1NYTAtKE
at 4 The COLGATE 100?! 77*
part Department p. will m. be !iri charge Youth ROAST .n88 ?...................... ft
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of the U',a: %1\;\.;service.' t'' '. 95< ELSEWHERE FAMILY SIZE TUBE
All auxiliary!, ,boards will -U.SlCHOkE: 'BONELESS BEEF (GROUND'OI: PIECES) ,/ 'OH*
begin regular schedules with CREST ,PASTE 63*
No. :2 Usher Board meetingat STFEWiF .1.t.7:8: f. ( TOOTH ...........

5 p..m.M'Dday..and) No. ., | ............

3 night, at Choir 7:30: No.p. m.:2 will Tuesday meetat ft-gi 'i l! rl i Mn+ ;lj!/ I ilri'7li;: ; .InY..l !

5 p- m. No. 1 -will meet at INSTANT COFFEE .6o= ,AR; 'S: RNaaaaTNa ..N.,'. .r :IC: .NCCSN.NN J .: : ............. raN. I oW<
7 p. m. .. along with. Usher = MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS. : : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS J MERCHANTS REIN STAMPS
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Board Meeting at 730.: -- ffiniM M mtM -* 1 mvitmtt*a* tfimtummm Sir
rl FAMILY' SIX!oukll6 S .as. ." 2-I LD,CUP$ e
:g $8 :m
Thursday' night. Young Peo'ple's .L,3 : TOOTH PASTE : : KOOL POPS :: COTTAGE PA";. blflESI"i =
Thursday Story evening Hour at Ladles 7:30.: ALUMINUM.SALE lhfQLG.ERS.45 :.::::.-:::-.;::uC.11.0-:':-:::::'!: :.::::=':.::,::'_: n'ia: :,Cl,:::=: :.Z.1.T====' ; '.2i1L1ZJ ;;::;:::.
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Circle -will meet-at the home : : : : D
of Mrs. Ella Wees 'Holmes. :1iII J.. .-L- f. .. ..
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Friday night Prayer Band ., r I i ,;1L ,c, IMR saTNA I '' j I .tK..W*T....J. awp-.r-.. ..- :: ,L.lt.a.-.. .-.. :
meeting at the home of"Mrs. .: MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I: MERCHANTS GlUM STAMPS !: MERCHANTS.. GREEN STAMPS J
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"*""'''***-MMIMI ----- D
Sarah .. ? .
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PrinceSaturday .
INSTANT COFFEE 6oiA*;; : IZI 1:1.: ..U Oil,un.HOLD I I: G .G. Z. tl':'!$ ..RAIIANCRACIIR.tADW.i .
evening chicken dinners will 1. ( Q A.UAR.T NYGRAD/TWIN PACE as = -
1.u
be sold from the church dining i, HAIR. _SPRAY_ .. ..11..::1:170. _......--POTATD CHIPS--.:;;-_-.PiECRUSTMNC. -d' N.
.,=:...w.-.-/-,-r-..... ......._.-......l-----_ .---. .arA-1.y. Nr
room at. 4 'p. m. .

day Rev.Bethel School A. Vinson, 10a.Baptist pastor.m. Morning Church.Sun FOOD FAIR : FANCY, YELLOW FLORIDA -..NTSWEET -

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Worship, 11 am.. Communion
at the 8 ,p. m. service. .
Choir No. 1 rehearsal Wednesday CORN :-
night at 7:30.: Prayer -GIANt: M -
Meeting 'each Tuesday night DETERGENT '10'I
Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church Rev. lr A. Sampson c

pastor. Sunday School 10 a. !1CAKE:' AJAXasussem.m.u.es.L. a :
m. with Mrs. T. B. Delestre SEEN TAKE PAN


in ardson.11 charge.with Presiding,Morning Rev. A. -IL Elder Worshipat Rich of 4 QT. COVERED POT .. ,.,'I....,LARSai. F..)

the West''Jatkaonvtle"Dta!!: 3 PC. SAUCE PAN '$ET *n ... l -eU.s -
trict, delivering: the message.
:Evening Service 8 p. m. All -- HO. }RUSSETT BAKINGPOTATOES
boards are asked to please 3 QT.. .'COVERED. SAUCE PAN ... DETERGENT, GIANT PRA .a !
have written reports for'the : ? I

third..jjuarjer'swork.. _? ... '7 (PERCOLATOR ;
All Junior Church member .
\ *.., .-.lted..to meet, at 6
p- m. Friday and Saturday FYNETEX ,,
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at the.churchTHOMASDeSUE : e" ft u ....;, ", (

Mr, and. Mrs. Leo DeSuo, If*4 "-
Sr. announce the approachIng ",
.1059
marriage of their daughter. EACH ONLY 7C: (:
Rosa to Curtis Thomas. COOKING, OIL --ate BUR ( j
I Jr., son of Mrs. Collie Thomas TSKOSTER'S
and' the late Rev. Curtis "" .A ",,,.G ,... f '.
AeVr "*

:Thomas place The at Sr."wedding, PleasantDrove of Tampa.will .take I ( IS C O. OIL-! :: i ; frAMCYlONGGREEM" 4 J .

A reception will !oUow."' Immediately SIDEDRYE 'CUKES \ / Jft.

at the home of the : : .. .,1.t
BREAD. ,
bride'.. parents., All friends ...)EG 39c .. w :
and relatives are Invited.ovIELeetown. I" ". F fRESH'6REf>B!LL .- '--.... f K"" ....;.
FOOD FAIR ROUND 'ICED 'j COOKING OIL 2401 art >
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"fw" MIl tolttciroMOUIftfO ; .. "SWEET" q ... .BUNPKGOF'619, FOOD'FAIR-: :' 'Vc)P P-EPPEIIS ...........UK7Jt

WAHAMTVON NttlMnn ii 1
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." eUiJ ': MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.. : liMIT-I I INSTANT, lOHIJ! .1!IITItMMI li-E)COOKING Oil WITH,s...01 MOII OIHI*

Better,. HUUMM Kumitur Co. :. B A : i! f'f! 1"f-arrow t1 MLNAPPLOPI' ;:= .L.d :1 1KERY .APPLIES 19 .

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p.nE FOURTEEN a -- ERADFORD OOONTT TEL gU APIV. STARIIE'' FLORnhs TIiVRSDAT. JUNE 22. 981


I '''['' .. !. The Circuit Court Ofllrmlforil In my by law do hereby "all
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i : I .. J!.."' 1..11. l.'iin Flue-Cured Tobacco Loan Rates I 1 '\Mi' \ 'f'' ', "I... .. JOYCM LYNN I-ewls, Plain the. Fire Station! In the afor.
'" II' ; WILLIAM JOHNLEWIS Hold City by the aualiriedvoters
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July IX. !007 A U for 'h
., NOTICE) OP SUIT
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\. ,. : ,IIi_ To: William John Lewis purpose:
Announced For 1967 ProductionThe ". ',' ,I I'j" fl; l.: o/o Mr.. Victor Hoyt APF'OINTIVO of the r:tty
I .. fluya Mill, Pennsylvania Clerk, and the Chief >.1 PI\ r
,""' You are hereby notified that by the City 'annull<: .if th
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l'JK' ". Hn ai'tlon fur has been city of StarkeKLEX'TION: ,
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price support rates by the usual manner and price '. 'J' .' riled 1 against you On"d you. :are : r.f the City Olerk'
grades that will be applicableto I support will be made available By Itorvoy. Sftorpe.! Rdltor .iq t:' ;< required/ to serve a copy of I andhlef. .it t Pill.- ij. (tin
Flue-cured I Florida Agricultural intension : '. ;: your written defenses,, It any. voters of the city 'of Stai, ke, '>r
through tIle:
the 1987-crop of flue-cur- : to It on Theron A. Yawn Jr.. Starke.. or: .
Florida Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization Service : Attorney for Plaintiff whose
ed''' tobbacco sold on I' InHtiritom for anld ...leetlonMIM
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address 'la Ilraclford County
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and Georgia markets has Corporation. Farmers : .. Court house, Htark! Florida, .. KrneHtlnv iJeilmarkMrv.
been announced by O P, Mc- who comply wttn their and file the original' with the Mvrtlte Dennis
I Albert I KnitterMm
Arthur State Executive Director farm acreage 'allotments;; can I ,, GROUND COVER '. : Clerk of the before above July atyled 17., .1. 10!. Hardy
Court on or
Agricultural Stabilization market up to 110 per cent of Gardeners can take a tip 1987 otherwise a Judgementmay Mm. Peggy ShallarMra.
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& Conservation Service their poundage quota with j from other humans by cover- be entered. against you VRllnaklMm. Maiitarel" ) WilliamsJoe
jI Ing the bare around the home. .' for the relief demanded In the .
The rates reflect the na- price support However any Complaint or petition. Ell I'revatt
I But' a bald spot of John HlmpaonMr
covering
support marketings beyond 100 per
tional average price Witness my hand and the .
rate of 39 9 cents per pound cent of the farm poundagequota jI ground around the home is an .. seal of said' Court al Htarke niltt.Kthel Mae RaymondMra. ChaatwenMra .
announced in March will be subtracted from perplexIng as selecting thi n R M Y Ki'-rlda thla (th day o of June, H O L>an.!iy
I right It's hard to .r' ofi 19 7.tnlOAL.. In teattmo-ny whereof. I bera
toupee
The loan rates for tobacco next year's quota. .) unto subscribe my name anilfauwn
sold in untied form range As In the past, no price make either look naturil. Charli-a. A. Darby All Clink the Neal, .of said City to

from 24 to 86 cents per support will be offered on Growing greenery in full i of Bald Court 6/15 4t 7/6 day b" of hereunto May, A.affixed D. 11)07) this Slat
pound. Price support on Immature any tobacco graded N2 NO' shade or In white sand takes (SEAL

tight anj slick O. U [unsound 1, W (doubt- patience and hard work. Also,, I .. A IMIOC:I.AMATIO'V. CARL HURST. Mayor:
grades of tobacco will be ful keeping order) or scrap the use of ground covers In May. 31. 111)7) ATTRST.MIOItKILI.
of- 1 I. Carl. Hurst Mayor of the EDWARDSCity
from 12 to 17 cents a pound Any of these grades whichare + the most unexpected places City of Starke Florida by virtue Cli-rk
lower than for corresponding marketed, however, will 4f ten J 18 'the mark of a good of the authority vested 6/15 4t 7/8

grades of mature, open-faced be charged against the quota gardener. .- --
grainy tobacco. USDA officials for the farm on which they Ground covers are low-grow- -
emphasize that under were produced. 'The Department ing plants other than lawn

the loan program, the gradeof has concluded it la not .rrasses. that will cover the iYay :r :t. 301 DRIVEINSIIOW
tobacco and the resulting desirable to encourage mar- ground and form a compact,
price-support each grower receives keting 'of these grades by ittractive cover.Lowgrowing ,rf
will depend on the authorizing them' to be mar- 4b plants accent- ,

quality of the tobacco he keted without being chargedto f late curves and lines of flower II, t BEGINS AT SUNDOWN
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markets. Production of bet- farm quota... L1ti )>eds and walks. Ground covers ADMISSION. : Adults /5c, Student 60c

ter quality tobacco which It A complete schedule of the F He excellent In preventing ero- Street You Can SeeNew Children Under 12 Free
In most demand will assure grade loan rates for untied lion and reducing maintenance Signs

producers of greater Income. tobacco is available at ASCS in.banks, slopes and sand dunes TIIURS., FRI., SAT. JUNE 22, 23, 24
Growers will offer their to- county offices In all flue- where it la almost impossible.o street and stop signs like the ones aboveat

bacco at auction markets in cured tobacco producing grow lawn grasses. the corner of Call and, Cherry are going up oa Double Feature Program

4'i'i I There are ,scores,, of plants\ Call and Madison! Streets and Temple Avenue.
i luAtable for 'ground covers., THE MOST SHOCKING FILM of
The reflectorliod letters are large and ran be?
That' Our Business"If Here are a few recommended OUR GENERATION!
GLASS Registration Under Way by University ot Florida ornamental seen at night, a big Improvement over the concrete RIP
horticulturists. posts used here for years.. The city him hud

It's Glass We Have If The common periwinkle will a machine to make the signs, for several years
For Program
CALL, WRITE or VISIT'FOR Playground grow In full' shade or In sunlight but has... just this year been' able to budget enough 4 1

crb ANY GLASS NEED and is rated excellentfor funds for material for the signs. aCCLAR
Registration was In full swing tlilw week for minuwr programs banks and for edging along KM AMERICAN INTCRNATIONAb

We Design Modern Store, Fronts conducted by tho .Starke Recreation Department.Tiny flower beds. Fig marigold is a Above (1-r( ) are Utility Dept. Supt. Oscar Davis,
r on Street Supt. S. R. Hicks, and Councilman Junnty PLUS -
Tots (above) are pictured at the registration. table succulent that will grow
Just Mail Us A PatteroF; ;,*)*" for 4 to 8 year olils in the Recreation Center: (from left) sand and beach areas near salt McRae, Street Committee( chairman
Table TopsSHEA'S water. SHIRLEY !MICHAEL
Joyce Wainwright, Irene Walnwrlght, MellKHa Wlnkler, Gig! T
The two lliyturf plants are MaCLHINErasesCfllNE"GHMBITr
Janice Jockel, Gina Griffith.Pictured GOAHEAD-
Griffin. In background:
GLASS CO. rated tops as ground covers. TELL THE END! ...
below are Bobble Sue BarkniliUe, and LJmla Rae resist heat' and droughtand
I They BUT PLEASE Jft1! f;
Rosier, recreation leaders registering- some of the older group: .are' useful for edging oorrr TELL THE ..

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville' Fla. Phone FR2,1353Don't Brian-. Johns,'Eddie Reid, and Mark Iteddlth.counties. Creeping llrlope smaller of BEGINNING! TECHNICOLOR*
the two, grows best in partial AUNIVHSAIMCIUKISUN.
to full shade. Mondo "grass"

.. .- McArthur urged support program for 1967, to H belongs to the lily family ,
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growers wishing additional, contact heir local ASCS of- will grow in full shade.! ., MON, TUES. JUNE 25, 26, 27
Get Carried Away i information about the price I lice. Both the Hyturf plants are *

hardy state-wide.. They cannot rt Double Feature ProgramCBImTLANCASTER'
stand tramping.
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1:. ,, ;. Skin repens does well In moist, acid
: Absorption Through soil. It's an excellent low cover RYAN:JACK; PALAME

.. .,.. Big ,Danger With PesticidesSwallowing garden.for very dark nooks of the ) f:.eaCIAUDUI CARDINAI.E! --]l lA

Other 'ground.covers Include -
FOR FREE ESTIMATECALL or breathing I Results Indicate that In mo peperomia, shore juniper, con .
pesticides will produce rap.dand field spraying, over 97 per cen federate-Jasmine, trailing fig,, CCtUMNA PICTURES SILEASE.suaWISi0N17Tkwcowe,

.sometimes fatal results of the pesticide! that enters the wandering jew, wedella, .trailIng (r ill t Fkw
But neither of these routes Is body does so through the sKln lantana and winter creeper,, ytY PLUS -

Florida Pest Control and responsible for a majority of The remaining three per cf'nt PLANTING r4 w

the, unintentional poisoning or leas can enter through in Preparing the soil for plant- ? COLUMBIA PICTURES CARL FOREMAN aeusl (
cases involving spraymen In halation. Ing ground covers la Important -

Chemical 1 'C I Florida. Even If only a small fraction because it Is nearly Impossible l
0. Absorption of pesticide of the chemicals that come ir to cultivate the soil Tomato or Potato? T Lhoduud

through the akin (is actuallythe contact with the skin are ab later.. ''lOp1DBU
moat dangerous source of sorbed it would still be much First, spade to a depth ol SAM JAFFE.PAUL RADIMFANM1SKM '
Would. believe a potato plant with tomatoes growingon b
In mixing in a six you
poisoning for the applicator more than that which enter eight Inches X t
the field nays EntomologistJames through inhalation he said. able quantity of organic matter It? Gene Stokes, 12, (left) and Lewis. ,Cook, 10. did and COIUMBIACOIOI !

CORNER E. Brogdon' of the,FlorIda Almotit all pesticide label if the soil Is sandy. Next, \ they brought the odd plant to the Police Station Sunday to

STALLING'S ;, Agricultural Extension warn users of the danger ol' level the area with a rake and prove It. Remnants of a slice of potato used 'to.eprout,.the

Service. prolonged skin exposure, "Even the most careless labels on more toxic compounds Before planting, moisten the
Gene's right hand. The three tomatoes. (that's what they look
OASIS LOUNGE operator knows that these even spell out certain .
poisonous compounds shouldn'tbe kinds of protective clothing,, soil.Like grasses'!, ground; coversneed like, anyway) are at the extreme right of the photo at Lewis' Florida Theatre

t Foh. *. swallowed or Inhaled, but Brogdon said. fertilizer. The faster left hand.A .
Your CLOSEST Spot '. chances are he isn't, aware of Ideally, foremen, should see growing plants need a. near whole row of the plant grow In the garden (Ofj Robert
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LIQUOR WINES BEER the gradual absorption Of endless amount, while the slow Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00: -
his
r to It that their spraymen are rook, Lew IV father at 102 E. South Street. Lewis says
pesticide by exposed sfc.n. This growing ones take very little. Saturday 1:00
fool :
head to
I covered from father also has some purple okra.
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. ota
source of exposure has beer This means one application
with waterproof clothing Gene Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.. Charles. Stokes..
for
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M. responsible for many poisonings hat, Jacket, trousers, gloves, 4-7-3 fertilizer. per year FRI., SAT. JUNE 23, 24
InvolvIng to almost monthly -
especially those boots, respirator, and perhaps gopher apple
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS organic phosphorous com- even goggles. This type of !pro applications for ground Dopble Feature Program
t' pounds such as parathion," he\ tection is advisable when highly covers such as wandering jew.

OR QUARTS said. toxic pesticides are used, Where ,possible, use seed to

Brogdon cited research by even though there may be propagate ground cover plants. -
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8 Mi. South.of Starke on U. S..30i the U. S. Public Health Service some discomfort to the worker. It'll make.th 'job easier. WALDO LIQUORS ___ mJllfiW

which points to the dangers I The only skin area that is Woody and sew-woody species -

at prolonged, skin exposure. really exposed Is some of: the of ground. cover plants are BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYU.S. I
I usually propagated by cuttings. J.LARSMmI"
face or neck area, and the
Summer is a good time to
brim of the hat gives some .
protection to that area, he start the 'project. Each plant U.S. 301 One Mile North of Waldo
seems to have a favorite root-
in the water's fine atwF' ing medium. But if you can't wu I ,
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Come on STARKE MUSIC .
discover mixture the of,.'best half medium peat ,moss trya r @ TICNMICOlO'. .:!!. h"

and half white !sand- Wed., FrL, Sat. Nights! UMmII WiIATtI

BUSINESS Make the cuttings. three to /
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four Inches long. After cutting GO-GO GIRLS

r DIRECTORYAUTO (have been inserted In the medIum -
O'N TAN AVlLLAGE water and firm the medium -
Discount Prices Hoods
about the base/ of the cut on Package PLUS -

REPAIRS tings. Constant mist is best,
Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan
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if not able to rig
but you are THIS WOMAN. IS TABU IN...
Earl's Garage up the jet nozzles, then water
tfl! THE: BRUMES
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ALL KINDS OFAUTO the cutting twice a day. ,
REPAIR WORK When the plants have de- CDF TABU _

All Work Guaranteed veloped a sizable root system fj\\ IN COLOR II1. \:J
bed GET CASH
Phone 064-7005 transplant them to the

/ So. Walnut, Starke where they will cover up the'I' 1.. =--
bald spot of earth. IMMEDIATELY
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AUTO SERVICEGilbert
r. \ r said. I SUN., MON, TUES. JUNE 25, 26, 27

REV btAIEJI S. Brown "Anyone who has had any-

SWIMMING Standard Oil Service Station thing ,
in the field has probably e 1r1..
ATLAS noticed that such protec- ,.,....1. eIf "fIt,
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Here you have poor o.D pdIIIIIIe TIKES BATTERIES tive clothing is often worn [lliJ..l} ]

cottage-go Itw1wwi..1g assn pea. r-- Budget Term*-Road Service only during cooler weather. As DO YOU HAVE. --
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sot to in Fontana)kccMxiocav heated .4 I Phone 964-7071 the temperature rifles and pro- e 1r eJ tl1! !
407 N. Temple Starl.e tective clothes become uncomfortable -Too many payments to make
&he
swimming pool-eojcgr; mxilllUS: .lliffi cill.Im!
workers tend to discard
holiday you' and your> taasSf HURST'SSHELL them and work with' littler -Too many bills to pay? .Y ..-.

have had in years* .. no protection," Brogdon wCiJ'7 W1:.

yontana Vfllago .is ibsJLir "-1"" ." Service Station stated. DO YOU NEED

: rmfai....... largest JIe8Xt.-.... .' The end result -' if expos- COLOR by Oe lu.e 11.1...." thru UNITED ARTISTS a
Oo Oils Lubrication ure is prolonged can be Illness -
e.. not far from where you fival .' -a.--.. -.--- Goodyear; Tires & Buttdrles and loss of man hours EXTRA CASH NOW? -

IDEAL FAMILY 1 KSOSCTFJahirnj '" ,r' ROAD SERVICE: Brogrton warned-
301 and 100 Starke
ia exceOeni in P4)d.151a I.eIe :. LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR

in Mar and lags, and fbcnrs cinA :METAL\ WORK: HAMMONDORGAN MONEY PROBLEMS WED., TIIURS. = JUNE 28, 29

making, dancing, scenic toozsv '
square
I THOMPSONSheet I A new kind ol motion picture*xcit mtnl..from' flu.V .
tennis eh 8leboard. boraeback !rifling f" STUDIO
w We Are 'Trained To Help! Dir.ctorandWriterof"C.teauou'7 H..,
and dot 1 Metal WorksAll
to THE SUPREMEStry
plenty more see
( Factory: Authorized eauMer ncruob mi SAM sncca pt...m

attera Bopervieed available.play foe Write chlidxe orpJrolte.r'eteee 3. babr C\ .. Send for Heat Types& Metal Air Cond.Work- Hammond. Berries OrgaaSales ) Town finance Co. ,,: ,I "THE HAPPENING" HitSong9THE: : H

ontlolutcdar-a.tsoelteeav.t( I. FREE'COLOR FOLDER Learn' to play the easy ,wmy "' HAPPENING"Alaem.rnla

Systems! Installed lie N. W. 16th AT*. 228 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449 --TICHNICOIOII'! :+J] ............._.....,
Mgr., Fontaaa Village BtuMaty oJ Bept BQ, Feobna Vilage L C.211T33j Rd. 16 E. Ph. 961-5723 Oainesvul- Shopping Center J I .

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