Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Acting in the face of repeated refusals by City

Resumes Clerk Merrill Edwards to implement some items, the
City Starke Council Tuesday night voted unanimously to Special Vote

adopt Auditor Ned Schott'a recommendations to set up

$$ ParticipationIn an accounting system in city hall. Set
Over an hour of argument elapsed between the TuesdayVoters

time Councilman Orie Wiggins moved to accept the
CD ProgramThe recommendations exactly as written by Auditor Scott will go to the pollsTuesthhy
July 18, In a pe-
L and the voice vote. During that period there were exchanges clad referendum to dacMo

Starke City Council vot- between Clerk Edwards and every council mem- whether Sturke's historically -
ed Tue day night to resume Its elective posts. of city

financial support of the Brad- ber.Edwards began by sayingthe ring to the placement of his clerk and chief of police will.
ford County Civil Defense Program auditor of the firm of desk picking up the mall etc. be made. appointive.A .
after Director Frank Purvis, Gray, and Powers of At another point the clerk special forum on the
Williams pleaded for the city's Gainesville, "has done a good Interjected, "I suppose the prOM and eons of use' INHIU
: ; ; ; assistance. and a "common Job, and I appreciate It, with Council could even tell me is l Hvlunlulud Monday at 7:30:
ground"' meeting of minds be- the exception of some half when to go to the bathroom." p.m. over WPXE Radio. The
tween city and county officials. dozen Items you' didn't consultme Williams told ithe clerk "Ton two official& .* affected by the
The city withdrew its support about"A go by .the charter and you do vote. City Clerk: Merrill Edwards -
A Recurring Problem] some $2,240 per year fow minutes later the as the council says or we'll and Police .{Chief Bill
from tho CD program at the clerk told the council "There cut your salary Put that In ItoHNor, und two city cows
beginning of the year when the are a few Items here 'that; I'mnot your pipe and smoke it." oilmen Merritt Williams and
flash flood, by mont -estimates., left about two Inrhpn of water not
Saturday's on County Commission would going to follow through. "That's hitting me," Edwards Nell Tucker, will dlncuM the
the ground In central Starke and as usual, It looked like most of the water gathered allow the council a voice' In Period.. Auditor Scott made said, "See what you've Iwtue. and answer questions

on Temple Avenue between Pratt and Adkln. Street before It drained off. selecting a new director. recommendations' setting up caused, Mr. &'ot.tT'. from Moderator Randy;
Utility Supt. Oscar Duvl say the recurring problem In caused by Inadequate Withdrawal of the city's funds accounting procedures and to Councilman Jimmy McRae Johns. In the Jayceesponsored -

_.' drainage under the four-laned highway which It la the rcHponslbillty. of the State meant a loss of over $4,000 tho to Implement that system assigned Interrupted then saying he was program.
the CD including
program specific duties to .the clerk "sick and tired of the bicker- Mont prediction.. Including -
,.: ROM' Department to correct. loss of federal matching funds. and his staff. as well as recommending Ing." Auditor Scott told Edwards that of Clerk Edward
Water also collected on Pratt Street west to Broadway. Earlier tlus the council .
year changes In the that "I see no conflict who I* usually pretty cleric,
It slowed traffic on Sot to .. crawl causing a back log of traffic to build replaced $900 of the' funda, at physical arrangement of tne :between you and me." are that not more than 50

'.'s'. up which required! police UMnlntwnre to get untangled The water almost went Into Williams' request to pay for clerk's offices at city hall. But Edwards. continued, saying per cent of Lien city's 2,200-
"\ the Sunoco station on east Temple and Into Gib Brown Standard Station on the a new radio communications. Edwards. objected most he knew "where the recom plus registered will go to
went aide of the street-' system. strenuously to Scott's suggestion mendations came from," apparently the polls.
Williams told the council that the Police Department Insinuating. that. Scott The vote waft authorizedby
-. ........, Tuesday night that personalities 1'hrl'I1h,18tlve act
1" "" "" deliver mall to the city had been given' some recommendations a ,,
Of : were Involved in the rift hall each day, a change in the : by the council In unanimously requested by
Legislature ilk !between the city and county location of his desk moving an effort to get at him. the City Council.
i4 and, as a result the CD program secretaries from the front office "That' a reflection on Pur (Clerk Edwards feels confident -
Y had suffered. to' the back, and movingthe vis, Gray and Powers, a respectable the proposal to make
Project Councilman Neil Tucker billing machine. firm," Councilman the two office appointive
Drainage wanted to know If the city's The clerk asked why he Orle Wiggins said "I don't wilt be turned down, per
agreement to resume participation could not continue to pick up think they can be bought" haps by as much an 4-to-l.
In the CD program would the mail himself since he always Edwards said he had "my Councilman Nell Tucker, on
Authority Asked J "create harmony between, the did.ft: before 'working own reasons" for not 'wanting the other hand thinks tbe
: '" city.and.,gounty. hours. Physical arrangements 'his desk pJoaoeed-ID' the' present yelp will Its .UoftA, perhapsnot
Williams'replied, "I'wouldn'tbe of the office, he said are ..billing room and for wantingto over SO vote tU(ereuo*.
here tonight If the county the city'0 mall him.
thoughts pick up
"completely my own
Creation of a countyrecreation and water; conservation commission didn't want. to
me At that point Councilman self.. It will prove emfcaramlng! Berry CoopDescribed
and control district with taxing ;'and borrowing be."
(Merrltit Williams, Incensed by when the reasons are revealed,
authority is proposed in a, bill introduced in the Florida Councilman Jimmy McRae the clerk's statement, rose the clerk said. Tooj

House last Thursday!, July 6, by Rep. Eugene{ Shaw aid that since Williams has from his chair pointed to the But the'' clerk won only a
been CD director he had always
and clerk and barked: partial victory The council
j ep. Ralph ..lyre.The ClubSteps
with the city. Rotary
the district would borrow cooperated .
up Mr.
measure to. enable the "I'd like to remind you after consulting Auditor Scott
county to carry out drainage to $250,000 for construction ..:....., Councilman Merritt Williams Clerk, that the City Council agreed that he could leave his leading to the decision .
made the motion for the cityto
projects and obtain federal and 'operation but preliminary \' /Ii:r.,'. gives your orders." desk where it; Is now. It was to organize a strawberrymarketing
expenses for creating and ,... ._ f resume financial participation "You can't tell me to do also agreed that the mall la
grants has been pushed by Li... .. ..... ..... .1i' '" :: and "let be bygones cooperative
Bradford Soil ConservationistBill establishing. such, an agency ''L.. _. W'I"," '! ," bygones what's not In the charter" the would be picked up by one of Bradford County were described -

Haas, who presented the including legal financial and Pratt Street was flooded several i Inches deep from Temple. The Is to its clerk replied. the secretaries in the clerk's to the Starke Rotary Club

Idea to the County Commission. ito'other be preliminary from services are Avenue west to Irodawu Strict by Saturday's ,heavy .raID"to" support city August 1 resume and continue Still aroused Williams returned office Instead of the police department Wednesday by Bob Allen.
paid county general
The board decided to push for funds and reimbursed from The only ones who found the flood entertaining were a few through the last twomonths "As long as the council manager of the Starke State
authority to out the control the strings Scott said the secretary des. Farmers Market.
carry projects purse
funds raised for the district.A boys who were riding their bicycle Into the Jake to nee how of the current budget
even though no funds are you'U do It the way we wantIt ignated he suggested the billIng The speaker stressed its:
two-mill levy would' raise far they could make the fly. But In It year. CD Director Williams
pruy Home placet wan "
in should be that fast that the co-op
presently sightCounty done. clerk, one proposed
about $80,000. Among the dis too for said he has a budget already
deep them to make
Attorney Theron trict's authority would be the headway. prepared to present to ther "I doitlt Intend to carry does not have access to cash was an organisation: 'owned
Yawn\ drew up the nece aryfnforma.Uon to apply for federal But rainfall in the county last week averaged' only l.$$ conned for the upcoming fiscal through unless you show me In the office. Mall pick-up and controlled' by Its member
and sent tt to Rep. power Inches. year. ,. les-allv" Edwards said! refer- [Continued On Page Four] farmers for' the purpose of
Shaw. The attorney found that grants. providing a more stable mark.
"the' Florida Constitution allows sting condition for straw
passage of local bills without To Appoint Clerk ChiefPrincipals berries and possibly (at;' '.'
the usual requirement of four Two Wrecks later date] vegetables grownIn
weeks advertisement If such the county.He .
bills contain a provision! for Friday On 301 said that vegetable production
public approval before authorIty In Bradford County
is granted.\" \ State Stands] On Voteas used to be a sizeable industry
Two wrecks Friday
Bradford County Comministonera but in recent year! had
south of Starke busy' U.S.
would be the ex officio dwindled to practically' nothing
801. but all five persons Involved had nt
governing body for the dltttrtct because farmers
the bill proposes The bill alsowould escaped serious Injury. "Street corner" talk on next ing- .today. 1 required by law. the council assurance "they could sell It
authorize! levy of two The first one occurred at Tuesday's vote has run the "I believe governmet shouldbe t j, 'would have power to remove after they had grown It. '
mills annually on real and per. 9:10: a.m. when Sara Margaret gamut from those who see the 'of the people, by the people an him from office and put I in one Allen said. that the Stark
aonal property.The Viers. 65, Orlando, In a 1963 creation 'of a "vicious pollUcaJmachine" and for tho people." Starke r who would." market will .continue to serve!
Chevy n station wagon attempted ,1" M 1 'Refuting the argument that
measure provides for a to'those who think was Incorporated in 1870; our the needs of growers'who
to pass! a 1952 Ford three members of the council not members of the co-op,
referendum by- qualified free it: will mean reduced utility chartermust have been pretty are
holders Municipalities could truck driven by Edward Williams rates. good or It would have been could band together' and play as well as providing flcUltiellf'Or
participate !In such a recreation 40 of Tampa, 4.3 miles In an effort to pin down the changed before now. favorites in appointing tho two the group.; He aid that 14
and water conservation south of Starke. pros and cons of making the "When privileges are taken officers Williams stated: growers representing 118 acrts
and control district by adopting Both vehicles were traveling offices of city clerk and police away from you and me and 'If the people haven't any of strawberries have already
ordinance north' 'on U.S. .301,. the truckIn appointive, The Telegraph has given ''to the hands 'of a few more trust and confidence In paid their membership fee of
Freeholders would decide If the 'outside lane and the Interviewed the two city offlclals we'll have nothing but social- t.d." st the council than that, they $100 each In the organization.
station wagon In the Inside Involved' City Clerk Merrill torn. They (the council) have 1 ', shouldn't elect them to begin August 1 has been sot a the
.lane, according to the report' Edwards and Police Chief that power anyway but. I'm with. It has always been my cut-off date for''original members -:
Have A Voice 'of Florida' Highway TrooperO 'Bill Roaser, and two city the goat that's In their way. belief that one honest man can of the. co-op Allen said.
C Oarrett. The station councilmen,- Neil Tucker and "For the pant 70 years d keep a lot of people honest. After that date, new member
In Your !wagon began passing the truck Merrltt Williams. Starke has had only three city One sincere and dedicated will be accepted only upon
but cut In. toward It and sideswiped Clerk Edward Is avery clerks'; the people must have councilman could serve to keep favorable City GovernmentBe William vehicle with the rest honest I believe that. izing members.
strong advocate of keeping the been :well satisfied\ during that
the left side of the station two offices elective. Chief Ros- time." Edwards added that "But the situation a. It ex- Allen said that a co-op can

Sure To VoteIn wagon. ser has mixed emotions about' the town has had 'only five or lets today Is next to Impos- serve growers by enabling
Mrs. Vlers was charged with the effect of such a change and elx police chiefs including two sible. We have a city clerk them to pool their products
Important improper pasglng. Neither she has stayed pretty much out of who died In ottlc who absolutely will not do the and obtain a quality price; for
or a passenger In her station the controversy. Councilmen "The people don't want to A Gift To Library bidding of the city council. a quality product. He said -...
Referendum wagon or William was Injured Tucker and Williams are the delegate their'' voting power He will not cooperate In any that the percentage of farm
for Board Chairman respect will not run the office produce being marketed
moat outspoken proponents away. Marion Payne and Bradford County Library
Tuesday, July 18 The second mishap occurredat appointing the two officers "The biggest reason" for book of the 311 volume efficiently. through cooperatives IA increasing -
Muriel Norman look through one "
3:45: p.m. 2.7 miles south 'of although the City Council voted keeping the two offices elective "To me, the whole Issue botigdown each year in the U.
To Decide Whether Pos.Wons Starke when a I960 Plymouth unanimously to' ask the Edwards says Is that"It's net of the large type edition of World Book encyclopedia to the fact that If the S. I

of City Clerk and Valiant' driven. by Gene Brown Florida' Legislature to pass a the will 'of the people. he donated to the library. city clerk and police chief County Agent O. T. Huggins
Allen, 31. Melrose went out special act calling for a vote The Council should go by that For! person with reduced vision the large type edition. were appointed, we could have said 'that the proposed co-op

Chief of Police Shall De of control on wet pavementand on the Issue. Instead of its own wishes."** were printed only one year and can no longer be obtained.. a whole lot and more around efficient to would put strawberries and
struck a power pole- The four officials are the Councilman Williams operation get vegetable growers on.-,the
Elective or Appointive. Allen and his son Terence name ones who will ''be heardIn "I think the offices definitely lowering electric rates, which threahhold' of a. new product

:Lee 11, were taken. to the a Jaycee-aponsored radio need to be appointive primarily make one man just as powerful due the city when due, we la moat Ros important"Chief erl tion program] In Bradford-. .
This Space Contributed !Bradford County Hospital forum 'at 7:3O: Monday night for more efficient 'operation with just a* much say-40, would have much more revenue. "I have mixed emotions. County.
Weekly to Publicize 'where they were treated and over WPXE. of city government. as the! city council. to 'operate the city and could : .
There are some good pointy, ,.
Community Events by released. Interviews with the four officials 'To start with the people ''By having an appointive thereby do two things, whichI and some bad points" for making ORIFFlS-WlLKlNSON';. .
the following members of the clerk and chief of think need to be done: FAMILY REUNIONThe
The Valiant was traveling brought. out elect five city city police, the office appointive."I .
The CommunityState north when Allen lost control : council, then turn right around the council can set up qualification "-raise all city employee don't'. Intend to get Into Grtffls. and Wilkinson
skidded left and tie the council' hand -by for' the two offices and alaries. family reunion will be" held at
Bank the car akieway, (Clerk Merrill Edward*-- this thing on one aide or the .
the pavement on the right side My: first thought ia that electing the city clerk, who In employ only people who meet "-lower electric rate 'other. But If I did I'd have the New Congregational Methodist
Accounts now insuredup of the road. It traveled 150 government belongs to' the my opinion should be under those qualifications.' "By the same token if the to lean a little more toward Church northeast of. Rat
to $15,000 by feet before striking the power citizens. Some 190 years ago ddrect supervision and controlof "I feel certain if the council chief of police was appointed keeping it as It In now. ford on Sunday.' July 23. pin
Federal Deposit Insurance 'our Founding' Fathers were the councU. could appoint. a city clerk who we would have better law enforcement "We need qualifications set nee will be nerved at t p.m.
Corp. pole.Damage to the left aide of trying to get away from these "When you elect both the operaVxl! his office more efficiently If the chief didn'tenforce everyone to invited to com
tho books [Continued On Pass Fowl and bring a basket
statute on ,
anti collected all
and the oi ik bill
enact council yea
UM car wan estimated at f 400, same Issues w. propose ,

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.iMrs: Christine Rose of Keystone : I 1I'r'!' "." "' V',...:!_...-----1'. ". ".. Mr and Alr.j Lcdtui:: Ciuwa, :Mi dud Mm 1C, M. Long rug .it the Diuiv.i h'1I3"{ ,' 7'ME RIGHT POINT for the-
I has been admitted
Heights \ "'j 1 / I I the way you write. Come
: and daughter Carolyn and O Mrs J. M Edwards Jr. and Crosby Lake. In

# to the Starke Nursing;i ....." ,.,''!''-.- k,*:' '.:. : !L Ulnsin were In Atlanta, Ga.n daughters, Mrs E. C. Long Mr. Brown Is a and select your favorite ES.

Home. ,. ,> business over the weekend. anddaughter, and Mr. arid student at Santa Fe Junior I IERBROOK fountain pen.
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Mrs. N. K. Hurst returnedto Mia W E. Dowling and Mrs. 'K. A. Colson attended the College. TELEGRAPH
her home in .
IndianapolisInd. daughter. Marian were visiting funeral of Mrs. Bob Long in
on Thursday after two Miss Margie Ann Dowling In Columbus Ga. Monday. July -

MOOTY weeks visit with her mother Atlanta, Ga. :Monday and Tuesday 8. ,,"-,. New River \YM.lJ. Adjustable Vinyl
Mrs. W. & and
Slade family
.ne 9G4-7S03 Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Spears s s ti T Tk I The New River Y ,'U Asaoclatlonol Covers. All sizes 30 cents e"",.
and family returned last : I Mi, and Mrs. C. L. Cooperand Barbara Fay McRaeTo Meeting will' be held
Mr. and Mrs. Lnmar\ SI\a.\V Helen Conner of Orlando is family visited Mr. and '
Thursday from three week;p 1K Thursday, July 20 at 10r a.III'
and children of Miami. were visiting her gl'alldpal'ents. Mr. 1t,8VitI\ tel' Stewart in Tren- Wed Mr. Brown
vaoaUon\ on their farm\ nea( A nursery will be TUB 'URADFORDCOUNTY
visiting Mr. F. J. Shaw and and Mrs. Leon, Conner, at Westvllle.!\ '. i ton on, Sunday. Members are asked to bring
family over the weekend.Mr. Crosby Lake this week. Mi and Mrs. S. E. Branham Mr. and Mrs Robert :M. :Mc the TELEGRAPHPublished
Local admittances sandwiches, and
to Bradford their own
and Mrs. Byron New- Dr and Mrs Barney McRae >rt Palatka! were Saturday Rae announce the marriage. of drinks :
County Hospital this wee 7l host church will provide every Thursday
comb and children of Manila, Jr. and sons of Lake City were : evening supper guests of :Mr. their daughiter Barbara Fay at 138 W. Call t
Include: Miss Enza Blanchardof l 'k and dessert, St.
Ga. are toiling. Mr. and Mrs Monday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Branham. to Dale Edward Brown son of Flo.
I Starke. 32091
Lawtey Arch Dobbs, Mrs ,
O S. Newcomb for two '-weeks : and Mrs. McRae Sr. ; 41 "t \ .. Mrs, B A. Pope Jr and son. Mr and Mrs. Fate Brown. SINGING

(Mr. and Mri. Tyler J-oiiea Greg Rleherd Is home after L"uke"of Marlon SIIoPP.and Lake Butler Mrs, ;Winona Mrs .. Bob, and daughter. Mary Lola, Rev. Donald 9c.. Ramsey per- AT GOSPEL AMERICAN LEGION Second class postage paid

and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Win- undergoing surgery In Alachua Susan Dobbs of Raiford: Mrs >t Norfolk. Va are spendingtwo formed the double ring ceremony Old-time Gospel Singing at Starke Flo.
of Callahan the General last week. : weeks at the Adkins cot- I Subscription Rates
gate spent Hospital Sidney Mae Mott of Brooker. : In the home of the will be held at 7:30: p. m Sat- :
weekend In Tallahassae. Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. take on Kln.gsley: Lake. brides uncle and aunt Mr. and the American
Mrs. Janie Cox of Hampton,,, : urday, July 15, in In trade area: $4.00 .
Reese Johnson of New Meg' has Joined the Public Health Mr( and Mrs. Jack Mills and Mrs. Maurice Wlngate, on Friday hall. Everyone per
and Tommy Smith, Sarah Reagan .', Legion : six
; months.Outside .
loo is Vllltlnff his gTonilinothei Nurses stuff at the Bradford at 8 in the
Mrs.. Rachel Sasser Mrs. son ot Key West are visiting p.m. presenceof welcome. Bring your singers
Mrs. Lola Johnson, ""for five County Health Department.: Gracie 'Thornton, :Henry A. aa, Mrs. Mills' parents, :Mr.!\ and the immediate families and I and instruments This will trade area- : $4.50/ (:

weeks. 1tr( and Mrs N. R. Burch! rOwson.; 'and Mrs. Wanda Mrs. Roy Clemmons, this weelc.I a few close friends. close the revival conducted by per year; $2.50/ nix months.E. .
Air. and Mrs. Kenneth Oi Idei have returned to their home in 1
Rhoden of Starke "7 Mr\ and Mrs. Jerry Williamsof After a small reception at Ollle Tyson of Sta.ke and':!
and daughter were' visiting Mr Smithers. W. Va. after three CVIr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarezof t .' d ,A+ Gainesville were Sunday the Wingate home the couple I Dolly Harrell] of PalUka for L. Matthews, editor and

and Mrs. R. W; Douville and weeks visit with their son and Boynton, Beach are visiting 4.. l'' aR ;'z ,,K'' ti: visitors of (Mr and Mrs. T C. I left on a weekend 'trip to Cy- the Congregational Holiness 11 publisher !

family in Orange Park on Sun family. Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul' Raymond '.. 1 Cha taln. press Gardens They are resld- Church !- i I

Burch. ..
day.Mr I and Miss Dorothy Alvarez for I / -
and Mrs. II. K Smithof Mrs. Vergrle Barksdale Is f Open All Day Every Day ,1
several days this week. ,
Wilhston were weekend; Isitlngr Mr and .Alra: Frank + ., r Starke Plaza
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Richardson Fri. and Sat. Until 7:30: L KM. 4 4I
guests of their on-ln/-lanv\ and Bowen! in! Boiling Springs N., visited f
daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Marc J. this( week. Daytona r. ,1A: g ,

Jackson. They were!, Joined on Mrs Milton Hartzell of Day- Sunday. L _: 1 F F's ,
The of the
family late Mr. ,.
Sunday by Mr., and (Mrs. Joe olla Bench was Visiting her r t
Smith of Gainesville\ on' U. E. -Tents, Dr.. and Mrs. VK.. and Mrs. Gilbert Haddock of .uE. f ,... JULY i{
KIngsland, Ga. held a family '
Smiths birthday\ : celebi u4' Ion.: Jolllnger on Wednesday. Ann .
Marjorie Packham
reunion Sunday at the home Becomes Bride ,
Mr and. Mrs. Chailtd Fields Jlrruny Ritch of Lake Worth!

and family of Jacksonvillewere and Ml.sa Lynn Bees of Fort: of dock.Mr.The and CO Mrs.attending C. S. Had were Of Mr. Phillips In Hope Baptist ChurchA i

visiting )[r. and Mrs. O. Lauderdale spent\! the weekend\!
from Cull man, Ala., Fort I IrY
W. White Jr and Mrs. J. H. with/ )lr... Grace RItch. lovely 8 o'clock candle- of crepe and lace attached at
Pierce Daytona Beach; Tampa
Fields on Sunday. Mr. aji4 Mrs. P. T. Nolin and light ceremony, Saturday even- the shoulder. She wore a ,
Jacksonville, Klngsland, Ga,
Mrs. G. A. Cay was vleit) Mrs. Oma Cotton are visiting Ing, June 24, in Hope Baptist matching headpiece of tulle
Hollywood and Yulee. Rev andMrs. '
Ing (Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cay Mr. and ;Mrs. E. L. Lewelling Vr:-J. Ragsdale of Starke Church, united Miss Marjorie and carried a cascade of white I

and family In Miami and Mr. in Panama City from. Wednesday Anne Packham daughter of shasta daisies and blue ribbon. SALE &
were the guests.
and Mrs. John. Pomereau in to Saturday. Miss( among Suzanne Judd receivedher Rev. and Mrs. Merle L. Pack- Miss 'Monti Rltch also a W

Fort Lauderdale recently. Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews BS. degree from Jacksonville ham, of Silver Lake, and William cousin of the bride attendedas

Mrs.! S. Q. Denmark and were visiting Mr. and University and is Calvin. Phillips, son of flower girl In a dress Iden-
now em-
daughter, Joyce, and Martha Mrs. Lu lan. Thomas and famIly ployed with Head Start in I Mr. and :Mrs.: James Phillipsof tical to that of the honor at-

Dennis spent the weekend at in Fort Myers over the Starke. I IMrs. Crystal Lake. Officiating at tendant, and carried a blue

Daytona Beach. weekend..: the double-ring ceremony was lace basket with matching \IENS:
( Eugene Ellis of WorthIngton -: Values to $6.00
Rev. Packham, father of the
streamers. Little
Rhondland Shan Edwards .Airs Clarence Harmon and : Ricky Johns DRESSES
were visiting their grandparents Springs and Mrs. Lottie bride. son of Mr. and Mrs Randy

),11',' and Mrs.: O. S. Ed- of granddaughter.Scot{dale. Pa.Penny: visited Hotter"her, day Edwards' guests of of Brooker Mr. and were Mrs.Tues-A. Floor baskets of wnlte glad- Johns, served as ring bearer. WALK I $$599- $ j 99

'wards, in Jacksonville' from daughters Mrs. Robert; Shan- loll and mums candelabra Jim Phillips of :Miami: served
Russell Norman. The Normans
Thursday to Sunday. non and :Mrs. Ray Crews ''last holding burning white tapers his brother as best man. Ush-

(Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dan!sin'\ week." While here they held 'a, also. and had Mrs.as Sunday D. N, Denmark visitorsMr. and fern and palms were usedas ers were Matthew Packham, SHORTS d 1S
I brother of the bride, Plenn
and Mr. and Mrs Hall family reunion at the Shannon a background for the wed-
Rodney ,
i Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. D. E Gnann, cousin of the bride,
and family'visited St.; Augustine home orj Sunday J ly'2. with I Denmark and daughter of ding party.A S

on July 4. 26 present. They also! visited Jacksonville.Mrs. program of nuptial music David Loper, and Randy Johns \t. Colors Sizes up to 31 New Stock
St. Augustine and points of was rendered by Miss Marcia Mrs. Packham chose for herdaughter's S399 3
The 1-1 Juut
Methodist Women's Sun- Ed Prevatt and brother- Received.
of wedding a pink
Interest In Florida.Mr. Grlffls Thereasa The traditional
day School class honored Mrs.J. .
in-law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. over taffeta dress complemented -
E. Denmark at a birthday and Mrs. Peter S. Novakof H. G. Jarrell and of wedding marches were with
daughter aunt'or a pink carnation cor
Heel. Mrs. Janice Hall,
dinner last Friday night at the Helmetta, .J.. and Mr Jacksonville spent the week

Branding! Iron, Restaurant. The and Mri. Loring M. Clemousof end with Mr. and :Mrs.: Edwin the bride" sang "Whither" Thou sage.Mrs.. Phillips, mother of the Just Arrived!

claaa p""ae'ntedh honoree Clearwater. have been house Prevatt in., Oilando. Goest. "Because", and the groom was attired in a light Prices Include $;.i)-$6 Selection't
with of Mr. and Mrs.' : Peter Wedding Prayer. Metis
a birthday. cakf and. a guests lace Knit Shirts
blue dress with which she
personal gift. J. Novak at their home on Kevin and Mary Anne Millet The bride was given In marriage The 'latest stvla-Excilinj Attractiv y '
will return home Friday aftel her MerlePackham wore a pink carnation corsasre. _Arfantahl.,__..__ Th.. lrf.jil ttvln far nnuf anil _
Club Road. by brother. n. -
Stan Reddish\ of Wilmington, Country. spending: a month at Kingsley ; Following the wedding are-I tiit Summer. ; N
:Delais visiting' Steve and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stef- Jr. In behalf of hei ception was held In the church RAWER
Lake with their grandparents, sf\e Se'i;:::
parents was beautifully
Stuart Strickland this week aneUi and daughter of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.. attired in a bonded and educational building. Keepingthe of Shifts I ) fj99
j:Jan (Moyer\ of Mandarin was were! visiting his parents Mr. Sgt. and Mrs. John M. :Miller with crepe lace bride's book was Miss SylvIa STRIPES
visiting: Cindy: Strickland last and Mrs Henry Stefanelll!, will meet Mr. and Mrs :Matthews : train empire attached gown. at the shoulders.Her Dodd of Keystone Heights. '
: from to $2
Friday. Friday; Monday and the children In finger-tip veil of illusion Cutting the wedding cake was ': .

Mr. and Mrs. Al H. Harley Mr., and Mrs. P. A. Parrish Shreveport La. and return was attached to a pearl crown, Mrs. Imojean Bryan and Mrs ca. / i

4nd family of Merritt Island of Atlanta Ga. and Mrs. L. A with them to Sgt Miller's new and her only ornament was a Helen Crosby of Starke. Serv- -
were visiting their Taylor Jr. of Jacksonville ing punch were Mrs. Belle
: parents are station at Holloman AFB New
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae visiting Mr. and (Mrs. Merrltt Mexico. cross necklace. She carried a I Gnann and (Mrs. Ruth Griffis loots for them fn t : Entire Stock Mend:, Keg. $2.99

and Mr. and Mri. Harley Jr. Williams this week. cascade of carnations with ivy of Theressa. variety of fabrics Dots, Short Sleeve
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Ac- and white satin ribbon centered .. ....
over the 'weekend.: Saturday !Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and Aliley and family! of Linden,, with an orchid. Standing In the receivingline StriDes Prints. r .
night Mr. and Mr. McRae and daughter Anne, returned last were the bride and groom,
were weekend guests of (Miss Mary Lou Gnann of
.}trs. Harley visited Dr: and, I the best man, the maid of Including a SPORTSHIRTS .
Friday from
two weeks visit Mrs. '
[ Ward They spent Theressa served her cousin as .
Mrs. Hinson Stephens and Mr with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Monday 'through Thursday at maid of honor. She wore an honor, Rev and Mrs. Packham, selection. of allstyles. / $$2 FOR $ 5 .

And !Mrs John' Stephens) in D. G. Scott Sr.. and family in the Hoke Harris cottage on empire floor lengh, gown of Mrs. James Phlllipn and Merle to Over 200 c
Orange Park. Packham Jr. choose from
Decatur. Ga
Klngjlev Lake. blue bonded crepe--- with train_ .Aft"____ _,,."....nrlln..._....... _w.. n1......... --J ....., I

'- ., with their guests, the couple
left on a week's wedding tripto

OFFICERS First Federal Savings and Loan Association N.C.The the Great bride Smoky Is a graduate Mountains of,, r Selection of IIojs

A. 3. THOMAS, JR. Bradford High School and Is
I'erma I'ress No
Chairman of the Board employe by the Florida Bunk

.It Starke. 1'1'I Iron Size 8-18
The groom 19 also a
President tut/1. Manager. Bradford High School and Asst. Colors $300

JOHN A. 'TOKODE Statement of Condition AFTER the Close of Business is employed as an engineer \

{ Vice President and Treasurer Jane 30, 1967 with In Clay Orange Electric Park Cooperative SIZE =PETITES ; CASUALJUNIORS

RUBY JOHNS. They are: making 'their home J1


First Mortgage Loan $2,4.14,426.22 Saving Account 92,333,412.33:

All Other Loans 18,987.31 Mr. and Mrs, David I
Advances From FHLB 73,000.00 L. Coats .
Cash on Hand and and family are visiting :Mr.: and s -

In Banks 261,977.92 Loans. In Process 93,445.14 Mrs( G. C. Coats Jr. in :Meridian : Restock Your Linen Closet With These Budget Prices

Miss this'week..
Stork F1ILB 19,500.00 Other Liabilities. 17,26801Federal '
DOYLE CONNER Deferred Mr. and Mrs. Leaton :Morgan ]
Charges and
J. Florida Comm. of Agriculture Insurance Jr. and family spent the
Fixed Assets Less Reserve Fourth of July at the Silver Large: Pepperel1 Lady PepperelJ Twin Lady Peppc ell C 0 LOR EDt
29,872.77Surplus Double
S. O. DEN3IARKt Depreciation 10142.03 i Spur Rodeo in Kissimmee and Fitted 8lxlOS Fitted 72xlOS-8h White Muslin

Owner. Denmark Furniture Co. Other Assets 17010.84" 9,046.11 also visited :Mr.! and Mrs. W. R.FI ul1 Size White Muslin 99 White Muslin PILLOW CASES SHE E T S

s Shy tie In Orlando.

y!) : Retired RUBY; member JOHNS of Total 2,760,041.3.1 Total 92.760.044.fi5 Mrs.her Iva home McKinney\ in Auburndale returnedto SHE E T S S H EE T S $1.02 Pair_ Twin F$2e59$ 72108.;

: City Council after a three: weeks -
visit with
$2 ea. Colored
her $1 Fitted 81x103a9
aon/-ln-law and
a Mr and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Cases $2.79
Owner.Publisher. Member Jr.. and family. __.
Bradford .
County Telegraph ,
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and .

Z BASJCOM F. :>JIIZELL, JR. FEDERAL HOME LOAN DANK SYSTEM I Miss Madge Middleton were in .... -

:Managing Officer-First .t Federal FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION Sunday Indlatlantlc visiting from Thursday Mrs. Merle to -. ... .. .. ..

: o. A. ROBERTS U.S. SAVINGS AND LOAN LEAGUE Mardis and Mrs.\ W. Q. Dowl- .- .

: Businessman Farmer ing. Get these early bird savings as little as 50c holds 'till Fall!
.. I
A. J. THOMAS.: JIU Nr Fa v _

: Attorney Ji THE SAVINGS AND LOAN FOUNDATION I aunt spent Friday Mrs.( Pita night Petcher with an In r .. .. '. ..' a ?
I Warmth
I III Jacksonville and also attendedthe without Weight 1 1: .' '
: TOKODE II BRADFORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Columbus Jets Jackson' .. > : h \..

Owner., Torode Oil Co. villa.--- -- "On' _..g- "'nn.. "'*.....-n... 5.__.._...o_. LADY PEPPER ELL. 1. '
-- ?
For They brought home Mrs. l :.I./ ( j, : J' "

Paulk'a ,.
mother Mrs.
r-f 4.5% ;'Our Customers 5.25% Vnderhlll who had spent Margie the THERMAL BLANKET< .,.. : !

: JJfff) We Pay The Florida past week with :Mrs.: Petcher.H. "r'r"'I{ -\G '
Per Annum A. Lawson :
Per Annum State Close. ".\n in Bradford V ;; .

4 :a (other than Anticipated Rate On Intangible Tax Anticipated Certificates Rate On County Hospital and' Mrs. _, ... .... ,... I .. ,it__, ._ .,_
manager Passbook Savings Lawson had as weekend visitors It 1 Layaway $j 11 9 9 'z.Pf; __ \a.. :_: .w.a.'1 ra.... ... .., r

LuTRKLLE :BL HAMILTON JpWe Draft Saving In vent men J rf $3,000 their children Mr. and
Quarterly Or AboveSit Mrs. Charles Lawson of Tallahassee Sale Price .:
Anywhere In U 3
----e- ,
: Month Maturities. Mrs: W M. Morar' of ,
1\IIRA',1.LLLUli\ !
r : Without Charl'eami Panama City and Mr. and Mrs. 'r: n o
Joe Jordan of Lake City and fie'amadmg Thermal process males all offier blankets oulmodecf. a ,
their children nasa new blankets ara as light as a feather and cool in the summer '
; Bud Lawson of -r t much warmer in winter than
any ordinary blanket Com sea
r Savings Loan :Marion NX, and Misses this Thermal blanket, corns savi. and let us store it for jou till fall. s s ,
S ;
( Elizabeth Lawson and Alary

,! Q: Deley of Riviera. Beach. others on sale to $7. 9 I '
: ATTOJIHE YS and Mrs. Richard Ray ,


: THOMAS] a PIERCE,.. visiting her parents. Mr and REVERSIBLE RUFFLED QUILT ,
.I 218 N: Temple Ave; Phone 964-500Q :Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Twin or full sa! with nits lit* control. Use as fitted
: family "'r All wttoi b. beautiful flak contour or flat Blanket is washable
this week. new Crystal S 3799 mothoroof and S '
-- "Where. You Save Does Make A Difference"t Mrs.( W. T. Gill was visiting palm. that}k rsversiblai Full sirs ff lion Full allergenic.size with dual control I1S.J9.

Mr and Mrs. Sammy Warren

s--- in Atlanta, Ga. last week. . .
Ss - ,




'r jrnithered at the back by it bow

Barbara EdwardsIs Mrs. Selma Hall ,.. McKinney Home I I forming a flowing train She
e Scene pf Family wore a chin length veil of pink
ComplimentedAt Weds Mr. McKinney s j I tulle attached to pearl center-
r Birthday Dinner 'ed flowers and carried a noo*-
Showers Mrs. Selma Hall of Suwan- V I ,
gay of pink sweetheart roses
nee and W. B. McKinney of Mr and Mrs John' McKinney! i Minn Janice Mobley sister of
'MIss: Barbara. Edwards, Starke were united in marriage celebrated their birthday annlverserles the bride was maid of honor
whose marriage to James Law- on June 24 at 4 o'clock in the S Sr at their home IrOrnhnm
;JV10OTY: i and! Terry Jo, DeCarlo,, daughter
son will be an event of Friday, Jitlv 'IMm.
Church by on
Calvary Baptist r of the bride, was flower
Phone 961.7608 ,
I July 14. at 8 p.m. In the Madl- McIClnnev! wall 64 your
Rev. R. H Butler. I girl. Miss Mobley wore a pa.14green
. so. Street Baptist Oh n"Ch, old on July 2. and Mr McKinney of dotted swlM
1 was honored at a ,bridal shower They are residing at 224 "'M i. was 81 on July B with an gown empire waistline and

last Thursday night In the South Cherry Street, Starke. + Eleven of their 14 children puffed sleeves. The waist was.

Madison Street Baptlat Church '.A were with them on this ovcaslon. h adorned by a satin bow t10_"ting

annex ., the length of the gown and
t I Hostesses were Mrs. P. T. Shower I Those present for the birth decorated with white daisies. fI'.

/ tir Nolin, Mrs. C. L. Cooper, Mrs. I For Mrs. Brown i ditv dinner wero Mr. and Mrs The flower girl wore a gowns:
R, O. Dansby, Mrs David of
4t V L. 'McKinney and family identical to that of the maid.-.
Browning, Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mr ,the former
+" Mrs. Dale Brown, Gainesville, Mrs. Ma.rgaretWille of honor, Both carried nosegays
IM'Rw A H Clark, (.Mrs.: (.Marie: Ste Barbara McRae, a recentbride and daughters o' TampiMr .. of daisies with yellow.

mar Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. was honored at a kitchen '.,, 1r and :Mrs.! Eugene McKinney ribbon, streamers.Vernon .
Marvin Lawson. Mrs. Ewell shower Thursday evening, June R and. son of Ona, Mr and Y Cnmby served his.

k h Lawson and .Mrs.: Eaton Jor 29, at the R. A. Colson homeon I :Mrs otis McKinney and famIly + 1 brother as best man. .

dan.Shasta W. Madison Street Hostesses 1 ,r of Fort Benning, Gu.. Mr Mrs. Mobley chose for her
daisies were used in were the BItS varsity and Mrs J. D. McKinney and a r'r'a. I daughter's wedding a beige....
decorating the hall for the oc and
cheerleaders.A children of Gainesville, lace dress with white accessor'"' C
i tot' casion. The refreshment table yellow color motif was carried Mrs. Vincent McKlnnry! and<3 + 1 les, complemented with a pi alt;
was covered with a white outwork out In the party decora children of Starke, Mrs. Emllj
cloth and centered withan ,tlons. The refreshment table I Smith and children and Mrs, ?. ;t2' I carnation Mrs.: Effie corsage.Crosby, mother of""
arrangement of pink, blue, waa covered with a white Ma- I CasHle Graves all of Lutz, Mr 'the was unable to at..
i n, and white hydrangeas. The derla cloth and centered witha and M+y. Austin Flowers of: groom due to lit* ''
tend the ceremony
5' crystal punch bowl at one end mlalature bride and groom I Orlando, Mr. and Mm. James. d

', ? r i. was surrounded with a garland Several games were played { I McKinney and children of. + "t+ b i e. i'ry nesa.A reception followed at the n
tr, w of fern. during the evening and prizes Mr. and Mrs. ,
b 4 e q qI rt. IJacksonVllle. .rb Sunday school building. The.
-- -- -- --- The hostesses presented the were awarded to Patsy Hitchcock Youngblood and. familyof + bride's table was covered with.a.
I I honoree with an electric toaster and. Beverly McRae. Donald Thornton at their homeon Belle Glade, Henry Young printed wedding party table'
Coker-Shannon I Scoggins-Sistrunk i and a corsage, and they also The eleven guests includedthe Adult Classes ; Klngaley Lake. I blood of Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. w cloth. At one end was a punchbowl .,-

Engagement ToldMr. to-be, and Mrs. W. E. Lawson, eight cheerleaders, and Enjoy LuauThe The ten guests were seatedat Ossle Wynn and children, Mr. 1 of green punch and the."
D. L Snipes ,
Mr. and Mrs. gave corsages to Mrs. R. E. Mrs. Robert McRae, mother of a long able covered with an and Mrs C. Daughertrey and a three-tiered wedding cake

of Gainesville announce the engagement and Mrs. C. R. Scogglns Edwards, mother of the bride- the honoree. and Mrs. Fate two adult Sunday school aqua linen cutwork cloth and children... and Mr. and Mrs ,. ii 1i I, stood pink In the center of tho

and approaching:'announce. the engagement and mother of the bridegroomtobe. Brown, mother of the bride classes of the First Christian centered with an arrangementof Howard Young, all of Starke; r i table. The cake was topped by-

marriage of their daughter, approaching marriage of their groom. Church held a luau Saturday white carnations, daisies Mrs. Corle Bennefat+ and Milton itwo white doves and surrounded .
David Shannon '
Linda Coker to daughter, Mary Patricia, to Approximately 75 guests night In the Church fellowship and chrysanthemums. Moslier of Gainesville, Air and by the nosegays the bride'"
of (Mr. and Mrs. i
son Michael Everett Slstrunk son were Invited to call between After luncheon the guests Mrs E. B. McKinney, Mrs. and attendant cqrri d. ,
Robert Shannon of Stark. I of Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Sis- the hours 7:30 and 9 o'clock. Stork Shower Hall.Decorations carried out the enjoyed swimming and skiing. Alice Kite, Buford McKinney, Mrs. Willie Mile Judd< auntof

The wedding will take place trunk, of Starkevllle, Miss. Hawaiian theme with tall potted The hostesses presented the and+ Mrs. Louise Newman all the bride, served the puiw.fl
on July 21 at the home of the The wedding will be an eventof On Tuesday evening Miss For Mrs. GlissonMrs. ferns and bamboo trees.: honoree with a silver butter 3f Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow and Miss Joyce Crawford cut.

bride's parents in Gainesville.\ Saturday, Sept. 2, at 7 p.m. Edwards was complimentedwith Vernon Gllsaon was, The long refreshment table dish as a memento of the oc Multon of Fairbanks, Mr. J[o Ann McCario the wedding cake. The bridev
Miss Coker /is a graduate of at the Pine Level Baptist a miscellaneous shower held arrangements of tropical casion.Mis nid< Mrs Charles Ward of book table was covered: with a-i
Gainesville High School, and Church with a reception following given by Mrs. Bobby Crawford, honored ait a in stork Edward'sPariah shower fruit, greenery and patio Cindy Strickland assist., 3eorgla, Mr. Thornton of Lutz, Weds Mr. CrosbyAt white linen cloth and ac.lornet1

air. Shannon graduated from In the church fellow Miss .Marie Oaakins, Mrs.; Tuesday Hall night St. Mrs. lamps The Individual dining ed In serving.Stag and Mr. and (Mr J. H. McKinney Pine Level with a small model of a bride.
Bradford High School. ship hall. Wayne Harper, and Mrs. See- given by Allen tables were centered with Van- of Galne vlJJe. After the reception IhW\
Vollle and Mrs.
MissScoggins and Mr. Sis- ber Goodman at the home of Patterson. da orchids. In charge of the Party For Mrs. Jo Ann Mobley McCarlo couple visited! Mr. Crasby'amother
1960 graduates of the latter. decorations were Mrs. Jim and Ronald Cline Crosby were and then left for a
Bradford trunk are High School. Mr- The gift table was covered The gift table, centered witha Faulkner, Mrs. Charles Reese, Byron TerwillegarClyde Winners of the games were: united In marriage on Fdday wedding trip to South FlorfdawMiss ,

ha' Is attending .the University with a white lace cloth over stork, and the refreshment Mrs. Tim Warren, and Mrs.L. Billy Dean Thompson, Harry evening, June 30, at 8 o'clock.
Slstrunk of Florida and Miss blue ]linen and Wall centered 'table, centered with a pink L. Fullwood. B. Terwillegar gave his Hatcher, Bobby White, Ken Rev Donald L. Ramsey, pastorof

r t i III employed by the with a heart-shaped arrangement flower arrangement, both had As the 30 members and their son, Byron, a surprise stag Scott and David Silcox. the Pine Level Baptist Neva Crews (|
1 Scogglns bells. On pink and blue streamers extending night at their A Hpnghetti supper was served
with Tuesday
Personnel Department of the wedding families arrived, they were presented party Church, officiated at the double Weds Mr. Clayton
I the buffet was a pompom tree from the corners of with Vanda Orchids and home on E. Call Street. on the patio following the -ring ceremony In his home.

University.All friends and relatives are and branched candelabra with the' tables to the ceiling where lets Movies and games were Byron will enter the College games.: A basket arrangement of Miss Neva Crews of Jack-- '
I they were caught with bells. of Charleston Charleston, S.C.
white ,
tapers. of LawtnyT\
I !Invited to attend. enjoyed during the evening. Recent Births pink gladioli, white chrysan- sonvllle, formerly .
I The refreshment table was Several games were played this fall. hemuma, and white daisies became the\ bride Of Thomas. B.
covered. with a pink linen during the evening and prizes Mr. Terwillegar was assistedby used in decorating. Clayton, also of Jacksonville,
tllly lace over taffeta with cloth and centered with two were awarded to the winners. Luncheon HonoringMiss David Silcox and Steve Bradford County Honpltal Wednesday, July 5, at Folk'-.'
,'R. e. which she wore a matching the following births: The bride wore a floor
silver candle holders with The hostesses presented the Sue Deas Denmark. ston Ga.
'hat of horse hair braid and' tapers. At one end was a crystal honoree with a diaper pall and Team relay conttests and Individual Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, length gown of pink nylon with fea- :Mrs., Clayton Is employed-

I carried a nosegay of blue car. Ill punch bowl and at ,the baby. shawl. as a memento of Miss Sue Deas of Lake City, swimming contests Starke, a son, James Daniel, luring a. bodice decorated The fitted with Southern Bell Telephone"Co. '

.B nations/ with yellow trim. other end were two heart- the occasion. bride-elect, was complimented were enjoyed in the Terwille- July 6. crocheted ndernklrt: flowers covered with a Mr. Clayton, la with t1Ht-
,, The bride given la marriage shaped cakes, one with a bride Twenty-five guests were Invited at a luncheon and swim parry gar pool during the evening I Mr. and Mrs. Freddie was from Jacksonvllle Fire Department.
by her father, wore a white doll on top. and 'the other witha to call. last Thursday given by Mrs. Tether ball, volley ball, and Rogers, Bruoker. a daughter. layer of chiffon waistline falling am They are residing In.'Arlington.-
Chantilly lace over taffeta groom doll on top. I F. W Strickland and Mrs. water polo were also played. Fawn Colleen, July 8. the empire .t.

street length tent dress with Several games were played
fitted yoke, chapel collar and I d I -the-party hours: 7:30: I Ito

semi-full sleeves galthered at 9 o'clock, by the 35 guests,
the wrists. Her colt was a soft and prizes were awarded to

Y organza rose sprinkled with Mrs. Eaton Jordan, Mrs. Albert
pearls and forgetmre-note witha \Lee Crosby Jr., and the hon- JULY
t.a:&.. : :,,!- pure aUk illusion face van oree. i''
', She carried a white carnation The hostesses presented Mian.
Joan Libby Weds nosegay with Ivy. Her only Edwards with a set of stainless I

Robert Lee Hall !ornament waa .a heart shaped steel place settings as memento 11\\
diamond locket, a gift of the of the occasion i iI

.MIss: Joan Libby, daughterof groom. I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lindsay Mrs. Libby chose for her Supper Given For

Libby ST., and Robert Lee Hall, daughter's wedding a light I aN
son of Mr. and Mrs. EdwardA. blue floral print shift with bell Drew Reddishes

Hall, were united in marriage sleeves and white accessories. I''
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish
Saturday, June 24, at With this she wore a pink
of Wilmington, Dela., who had
2:30: p.m. at the home of the cymbldlum orchid corsage.
bride's parents, :506 N. Water Mrs. Hall, mother of the! been visiting relatives and II
friends here the past two
Street, with Elder J. H For- groom, was attired In a pale
ayth and Elder O. M. Yar- blue sleeveless, princess ]line weeks, were honored at a I /
Saturday '
chicken barbecue
brough of the Union Primitive dress with matching. jacket supper
the and white accessories complemented night given by Mr and
Baptist Church performing '
and r
Mrs. Charles Sawyer,
with a white cymbidIum -
ring ceremony.
Mrs. ,
orchid Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, "
The couple stood before an corsage.A Randal Chltty and Maj. and CHENILLE MATTRESS
arch made with two baskets of I reception was also held at BED
Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. at the '(
white gladioli and pompomsand the home of ithe brade's par TERRIES SPREAD PADS
home of the latter on E. Call r BUDGET PILLOWS ,ii)_
branched candelabra with ents where the bride's table Street. .. Keg. 4.99
white tapers. was covered with a white lace. Full Size
The supper was served buffet i 2 FOR
(Mr. Hall served his son as cloth and. centered with a and the 2 FOR
the patio,
best man and the ushers were three-tiered wedding cake. dining style on tables .were centered I Thirsty terries from Cannon in bold solids and Dacron Popular wave- Quilted $3
John Libby, brother of the Around the edge of the table colors to Foam S line hobnail
with decorative candles. I matching stripes in 9 favorite priced 7 or $ Fitted Style
bride, and James Nelson. was a garland of smilax Interspersed save Buy 'em by the/dozen and Rubber at low, low $5
Miss Margaret Ann Lovell with wedding bells and with a white linen cloth which I you money. Non white sale Muslin Reg. 3.99
attended aa maid of honor in blue and yellow!!' pompoms.The : was also decorated with a garland SAVE Allergic Cover Twin Size
a two piece suit of blue Chan- punch table was covered of smilax, and blue and price
I edge.yellow pompoms. around the I Bath Towel, Reg. 60c 2 for 88c Odor Free Reg. 4.00 Ileg. 4.00 $4

.Mrs.: W. B. Mundy, Mrs. L., Hand Towel, Reg. 40c: 3 for 88c
''C. Casque and Miss Carrie .
the bride's cake 6 for 88c I
Sanders cut Wash Cloth, Reg., 20c -
and Mrs. L. T. Davis, Mrs.
Charles R. Libby and Mrs. L. / Sale

L.punch Libby table.Jr.Mrs.presided G- L. at Lovell the u. Blanket lay > A >> Way

I, and Mis Donna Nelson kept

i the port After bride's, Grand a wedding book.. Bahama trip to Island Free-, / BETTER TOWELS Stock Up NOW -- And SAVE! During This .

the .couple Is residing at 107

Y I SEX 8th at., Galne vllle. The Great Semi-Annual Event
I bride chose for traveling an These color coordinated towels and cloths! come
I /
I II gt oyster white two piece suit and florals: ,
in a big selection of solids, stripes RAYONNYLONator
I with blue ,accessories, complemented RAYON/ACRYLIC
with a white cymbld to enhance the decor of any bathroom. 9 decor.
I t colors to choose from. THERMAL
Ii lam orehld corsage.
\ The bride lea 1966 BHS / beautiful quality blanket is( designed Our own lovely. floral pattern in a
and nylon.Bath ,
wonder blend of rayon
graduate and Is now attending for budget conscious comfort

i Massey Business College. Towels, Reg. $1 . 88c seekers It's 2 Ib. weight !is just This blanket will enhance any bed. :
I The groom is a 1962 BHS room decor 72x90. :

and Double CheckA graduate attended the University I Hand.rJ owel] Reg. 60c _ 48c right. 72x90. ,
I Check of Florida, and 1 Is presentlywith ,
the US. Postal department 28c 6
I in GaJne vllle. Wash Cloth, Reg. 35c - 4. .

checking account is I SCHEDULE :, \

THREE ways useful! Saves OF SERVICES '

time and steps in paying ST. EDWARD'S-CHURCH AUTOMATIC

bills. Eliminates the risk of Bunday Mass Stoke: 9:1: a. m. V LUXURY TOWELS t' 100 THERMAL% ACRYLIC BLANKET

of cash Thursday Mass: 6:30: ( p. m. i the best value in the w
carrying, large sums Miraculous Medal Novena: I Made by Chatham to the atrickest Absolutely

when shopping. Serves as a Saturday. 7 p. m. standards. Full 21/a: Ib. with 5Vi Inch market. Has ,all the features of A

Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7, \ 13 luscious mix 'n match colors in this famous nylon binding Big 72x90 size in 6 blankets selling][ ',for much more. Big
Look into it!II and dec with full 2 guaran
receipt. p. m. group. Solids florals] jacquard weaves, beautiful colors. This is the best 72x84

I ST. {VII1JA 1'9 CHURCH orator prints.: thermal you can buy tee. Regular $10'. 'I

I Sunday Mass: 7:30: .. m,. Bath Towel, Reg. $2 - $1.68
and 9 a. m.Wednesday. WHILE[ THEY LAST tBBB

The Community State BankOF I I vena 7 p.m. : Mass and No- Hand Towel, Reg. $1.20 - 98c Sa

STARKE : Macclenny Wash Cloth, Reg. 50c - -

4 MEMBER F. D. L C. i Sunday Mats: 11:30: ( a. m. ._


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PAfw! Wl'nrTn''' "RADFORD, C01JNTY TELFIULAPII: .. RTAnn-r.: pLOETU.%_, T111'EgnAY.. JULY 1:1._:... 1987Nasworthy's !

electing myself than ", I against placing 'sJea6 OMI AJnu, ...., i 11HVJhMTi. '(''tended illness HP was born. In
Council Adopts Principals State I election, of three ,council ,I on .elective offices. I Tuckei -Lated. uonoo'' I Tin kui .il-" said> i \>(>rll. It wouldn't take 'I efficient city ( "', I "It is said by norm; that If 300 Flurldii" < cities and towns, 'Surviving, besides his parents -
I out of pollUua. oxpenHes can be the Florida Leagueof are his maternal grandfather -
I tppolntlvu: system passed l. belong to the r
Changes Stands On Vote "I dou't know If It I the navings passed i on thalr light to vote would betaken Municipalities and according I Roy Turner, of New
I cut my throat or not If I through a away./ There would, be I' tu the League only three other I River; three sisters, Carol,
support the bill," Chief' ; t bill* fir__ tjiVAM______n' f_ I two l less offices to vote for," town have the same type of I Beth, und Susan; and three
''Continued On Pane
(Continued I'tom Page Onel knows, our light bills Tucker says, "But no ono'i city government that Starke I, brothers OITJT. Bill, and Jim
for the offices. I've heard ,(X'uuiK-llmuii Tinker: enough. i right to vote would be denied. I ho<. The vast majority have Reddish, all of Starke
,mil, Dotting I i" one of the steps ilot of talk about that, but "I believe the only the responsibility "You will voice your vote appointive systems and "con1sequcntlv ,> Graveside funeral serviceswere !
,in internal control of cash in none is Included In the. t (-'fel" rlty can be run -prece-dent precedenteanoludrvl the city fOI'I through city councilman who must have put their hold at 10 a.m. Monday,
/iinv business office, the auditor endum to be voted on. Tuesday. : t through proper manll .it should be. The in turn will vote to appoint a I faith In their city council tooperate July 10, with Rev. V. J, Rag.-
"Rather than for to decide i
anal, not something now he me and the -
only way you gays the city qualified clerk and chief As I II their city government dale officiating. Interment wasIn
thought up. The person who It's an issue the people I cure proper ( legislative body of I said before, no qualification. ." the family plot in Crosby
themselves should decide which
parka up the mall which may
1 through qualifications cot bet; put on an elective I Lake Cemetery with DeWitt
All This contain, cash receipts, should way they want It to be. That's job."Let' offluetf flee uC-j Services Held C. Jones. Funeral Home in
FurnitureAnd not also be the one who credits one reason," I haven't gotton involved I put advantages' "I believe our city, to charge of arrangements.
the cash to an account and these two positions As be no qualifying fees and prosper, must have grow,, For Tim ReddishTim .
More places in the cash drawer. ROHBCF was emphatic In him"" ': they Ire elective It IB ; the clerk or chief fled men running It, and the/! TUB RIGUT POINT for tbs
TOO Accounting Is a system of opinion !tthat appointing the" the law to put 100 per cent of only way qualifications can be*I Reddish. !O-yenr-old l son way you write. Come In mat
'w e. checks and! balances, he ex- wo officials would not lemovej I I; on them" Tucker said to their John. placed on these two most Im-, of Junes M and Betty Turner select you" ravnnto KSTKR-
AT F Y plnlnc't],, with one person's the office from politic !leases i have established. having to campaign partant Jobs is by the appoln-. Hi tldNh, died Sutuiilny, morn- BROOK tountaln pea TELJEGICAPII. .-
Nasworthy'sHALF work, checked ugainst another's "I'd rather worry about inK In TulKarnuwtee after an ex- .
to catch errors,, --- -
Edwards also objected to the -
rrcommendoitlon( ; that. the book-
I kocping machines and personnel -
bo moved to the back office
where the council now
meets Scott said this was I
PRICE ( recommended sn the girls he yea'iundprice
i would have a quiet" place to
work where they ''would not be
FURNITURE Interrupted, ) all day.
REDUCING The clerk mild his secretaries
didn't want the machines moved
He said he has reasons "I
don't, want to reveal" for want-
I irni SALE j ting to pick up the mall himself -
He repeatedly told Scott
"I'm disappointed in you" because low

Get Your') > the auditor didn't consult was
with the cleric before
SHARE: making the recommendationsto
While The the council.
1 Scott replied that he makes
:. PICKINGIS ;t his own reports: checking with
no one.
GOODmI I Edwards asked City Attorney
--"r George Pierce to read
the clerk's duties and responsibilities
Why PayMore T bhe city charter lays .
al down. Pierce replied that the Y +r
city.,clerk Is the keeper of the .
l city's monies which would be .
:, the only reason ho should be Ford Galaxie 5OO 2-Door Hardtop ""
allowed to pick up the mall \
c. If. Before the attorney could
omplete i: his search of the
r w charter, Councilman Williams .
took it from him and read a,
MLIANCESPYaWwwusgl.eusserAw passage stating the clerk Is
+Clf 1' i "under supervision and subject,
to the orders of the city council.

Kdwarrla then argued there I
is a code of ethics among men
which should keep the council I II
from taking the action.
"It Is the Intent of the coun-
| ell, and tt always has been, to \
do what we're supposed to do. ti .
Tho city has grown and we
1! need 11 net of book!!" Chair-
I mnn Ruby Johns told Edwards.
I "Miss( Ruby, I don't care
I I about your audltolI'm -
Nasworthy's( going to set up some more!
j "rules," Clerk' Edwards replied ,I

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.nT1.V 1t.: tI67!
DItn1l'ntTN'I'V TarlnnRAPt1. TAnK"' .....flnn"u... rev"
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Tucker electing the clerk and chief orderly conduct\ by using profane Bi!! tir the Xortnnrly Bound TOTAL, DEPOSITS 1, 180. tat 7'1 Inn "'Jlh'<> ",". ''I 1 1stt. 11,455,46200
Talks 3-The clerk and chief would language forfeited bondof nry, West Hi.fll' to B.glonlng (A ) Total DemandDopOHltl Average, of total' loan
nil lying and being In 3.135,81)0) for. tho 15 calendar
have to play politics with at $27 M.Mattle Hotli 1A, Township 6 (4134) Total time and day _
ending with ,
least three members of the Mae Banks, disorderly Mouth llanxe. 22, EastVltnemi saving dcpoalt 2,644,578.98 call date 1.1U4.0Q ;..r..
council to keep their jobs. conduct by fighting, placedon man\ of acid my Board hand at ai Starke Chair-, Other Uabllltlei 111,155.60TOTA Loans a. Hhown In Iti ,nT ( _
To Jr. Chamber "What -do they do now probation for 00 days Bradford County, Florida. a5th r. of "Aineta" arc
day of July, 1907. LIABILITIES 8,8182784Capltnl \ after deduction of
T.-cker asked. Under the present Larry Dennis Waldon, reek- l n. t. Shu Cord valuation reserves. -
system the two officials i leas driving: willful and wanton A. Chairman of the noard Arrounl.* of \12.11284 .
are constantly aware of their P. forfeited bond of $27.50. o-f County CommlflMtonerflliradford Capital; Common -
"The choice Is yours to any business County Florida. I, J. H. Tomllnson. ('A.h- -
can have only teal
stun ;
make but it should be an Is- one boss. political situation. If they M. J. !Slocum, wilful and ATTK8T: ChnrlnH A. Parby value par $:tOOOOIl.OONo. ler, of the) above named bank:
were appointed, he said, wanton reckless A* Clerk. of acid. Hoard
of qualifications anj!' good campaign driving, fined hare.*. author do colemnly' swear that this report _
ue rather than Operation of the city is expenses and qualifyingfees n $:iZ SO. It 1/13 I lini! 13,000 of condition l III true. antI _
government per- big business. The Council would be eliminated.The I Williams Hampton, disorderly No. unarm. out- correct to the heat of my e.
sonalities," Councilman Neil upou'r OF ruvniTiu-t OF knowledge and belief. ,_
told the Starke Jay- feels the need of a Qualified July 18 referendumcame .j. .. conduct by fighting placed Tim "..-.I.OU.OIIAl'fK!' AT Htindlni, 12.000 Correct-Atrimt'. : J H. Tnmllnaon. ",.
Tucker administrator. about when the Brad- ;.-IJI j oa probation fur 90 days.XtTtfM / "'1' >I IIKI<:.'' ....' 1TAIIKM., l\ surplim( 47'ua0.o0I'ndlvlded 70,771.07Reserves S. U PKKK.: JR. ,
cees in an address Monday .. 'I"inNT: tin;) ov F'.UIt.nA profit S. O DRNMARKC :
night on the July 18 vote on 6-He belie.es appointing: ford Chamber of Commerce : .; "'!' TUB cr.o..w OFHINIMN 9 .741) 30 E. HEftNWALLDlreotor
appointing the city clerk and I the clerk and chief is the only Board of Governors adopted' ( : "': ; : : 11M17 ;! '*' nM \w :''>. TOTAL CAPITAL AC- *
way to achieve harmonyand resolution calling for appoint- I' '. Public\ :Nolk'o\ In hprntiy wlvon COI'NTH:\ 8D5.B12.33 State of Florida.County
police that On the Bth I ICnxh of Bradford. MI
Tucker an advocate complete cooperation at ment of the two offices. The 1 1967! the Board day of July, halancm with other Sworn to and aubnorlbad before
| city hall. resolution to I' vl..aa.lrr-- CommlBHlonvrs. of County hanks. and each Item.In TOTA' r.r""rt.ITIES mr thin 7th day of July _
was presented'' nf .
: Hraiirnnl AND
of appointive clerk CAPITAL AC-
an prncem of eol1 1967, and I hereby certify that w
and chief gave six reasons I Arguments Tucked laid he, the City Council which, in KcImoiuUon. Grertt Siuuili-r: County. after upon piih.ii a petition.> ,mire.duly and flied 1<+<'II"n 129,20834: (COl'NTS' 8,607,139.57 I am not an officer or director
has heard turn, adopted' the Chamber'swork (Tnlti Stales Governmentobilgntlona of thin bank.
most public
the two against appointing hearing thereon
thinks offici-
why he a.loptfn direct and MemorataolA Lola H. Zlpperer, Notary Pub _
als should be appointed. On the two officials were almost wordforword.The fMiiiPter a romilutlon pursuant to ,.1111".nl..d l Average of total d.- lie. State of> Florida.My .
side of the stated, as: Information was sent to Head Klirlila( ::138.)11)| and .ufl: .lo. Ohlia.lion. of States and poiltH for the 15 commlKBlon expire peoem- .
the opposite issue Hospital stmuten vacntlnir. .
polltUal aubdlvlHlonn .
calendar day end- her 13. ISO
Rep. Eugene Shaw in Talla- abandoning li
< ntlnuln
three 1 ci> anilfliiBlnv
he also gave major arguments -Two elective offices 1.5311,1.1786
hassee and he was asked to an vxIntlnK public rand Other Loan. and dlncnuntit .- ;
he has heard against would be eliminated, thereby end' aeroee. the .
'j.vfr land I IIII
making the two offices ap giving the people less voice in have a local bill passed permitting hf-rnlnarter .1 ear)'II.lid and ron premisefurniture! -, 3,111.325.53flank ESTATE
city the change, providedit on nu I UK and ..1I..a"lmlnN'|| any and "Jr- I BILL J POWELL REAL
pointive. government. The councilman Sets RetirementBradford "Hunt of Hrndfonl County and
submitted to vote of
was a ,
lh I tureH and other nnflpt -
Reasons given for apppointing answered that argument public::. : in: and to the I laniln ,
officials the citizens of Stark! "cruplfMl by HUM road and ileacrlbxil : reprem sting TO
the by
were: saying he'd rather n H follow: bank premixes 294,031,73steal
1-It would place responsibility place his confidence In three Rep. Shaw said he agreed ''ho I nn.t tr feet of the. Calf Statute owned other ftf-
County Hospital has been administrator. o lowing l.. .. than bank premises. 1 1.tW III ,, SELL TRADE
for efficient operationof 'to five councilmen rather than to introduce the bill only be ( n ribpd propmity: : BUY ..
the city squarely on the one official elected indepen- cause It contained': a provision Administrator Robert E. Ed- the local hospital,, since i it The portion W"170\of the feet of that Other Aseela -7.311.04 ij' r1 r1I .
mondson has announced his was built in 1953 with Southwest TOTAL ASSETS' Bnl7.11ll( 57e.lehlllllee I CALL 961-6164 ..
city council. dently and constantly think- calling for the referendum. Quarter (lilWI(. ) of the "" :
retirement. to become effect- 25 beds. The hospital, has Northwe t quarter. (NVVV. ).
decisionsshould ing about
being Tucker the in
re-elected. Jaycees,
Ive October 15, "for reasons continuously operated In! the which lien North of. the Demand deposits of Indlvliluiiln ''''fS'f. AFTER IIRS: 533-2018
from the ( ;
: come council 2-That is would be possible answer to questions, that the -ounty hand lying and! being ,
I of health. black under his ;lreedort.It In I Section for three council Chamber Board of Governors Township and corporation :JU52.ao3\ "'A:"
members to 6 South, WRITE P.O. BOX 1089
At the time was the in Hitnir 23 :
same Wednesday only 25-bed Eunt. and Time ..
3-The city's legislative "just happened to be !the The Hii\lnKM dnponltHof
control the city. But Tucker ones We t II feet of the fol- 'I'
budy is 'the city council. pointed out that Is possible un- to pass the resolution and present morning, Eimondson also accredltde the nation within to become year fully Hi-Blnnlnn bowing ((1 -KTllu.il. l property: *> |IndtvldualH''. and coiporatlonii pnrtnarhlit i VISIT: 401 W. MADISON\ ST. =
announced thatwln\ after
F. a 290.81'
neat of
4-To function
efficientlY der the it to the Council. He 3.d9n.31841
present: system of the NnithwHHt I .I STARKE =
Saunders of Warm Minera the first patient was accept- HI Corner of the nenoHltN of United Stateilov
utnweat Quarter (I a\V(4)< < itl.nment 2A.417: 1.4DiponltK ... 'FI ,
: _ = Springs; in Venice, Pla. has ? .r .h'\ Northwest Quarter.
-- -- - _.1 =ar __ retired (NW ',1 I South I of Stateiand w FARMS ACREAGE
been retained as I'ss1stantadministrator Saunders last year 692.50' to ('r. political
of the SO-bed from Glades General Hospital line(toad of 1Z501-Graded\ Bond Kant: on illvlHlona ., 03Cvrtlflod I : COMMERCIAL\
North I'ur. to and Officer' FHtata. Itrokcr HOMES:\ :
hospital. He will begin his In Bell Glade a post he had the WcHtvrly riuundary 003.- CheckBtc,. 35,860.01 I .
duties August 1. held! since: I960 when he

VOTE..VOTE..VOTETUESDAY On Oct. 15, when Edmond-- came from New York to
son retires, Saunders will Florida. His wife 'the former ,

become acting administrator Ella Mary Mulrhead, la a na-
of the hospital. The Hospital tive of Sanfond''. Fla. the, :

Board: met Tuesday::' night to Saunders plan to move to. % qk1

JULY 18 confirm Edmondson's pend- Staike prior to August 1.
ing retirement and to retain The new administrator

Saunders, a veteran of 38 says he Is "very impressed1
years in hospital administration with the welcome he h,*, re- -

ceived :n Starke r.'eallhldI i I ,.-

To Elect Our Edmondson, who will continue how he was made to feel at ".

City to make his home here ease on a visit to the local "

Chamber of Commerce office. '.
He also says Edmorwlon Is ,, ,.
in his opinion, the coun .
cil's drive to make the two handing him one of the ..

offices appointive; was well\! cleanest hospitals he has ever r .
and of considered, not something

rushed into on the spur of the
moment.In Pixies Tour. I

answer to:>> the Jaycees Medical Center
h question of whether the coming t 1 e
PoliceKeep .! vote on making the twooffices In[ GainesvilleThe I'

appointive: Is really
getting to 'the heart of the Pixies that were capped
city's trouble, Tucker laid thai after /CO) houis of service wentto

a complete study for a revi- the University Medical Center .

the Sacred Privilege and Right of the People to sion of the city charter would in Gainesville last Wednes- f" I
take at least two years. Such day for a guided tour of the -
vote for these important officers. a study;: might be needed, he hospital by Mrs. Roberts, an PERMANENT PRESS

I said but could not be accomplished Auxiliary member' and wife ofDr. Frl UY )
Roberts. SAVE )15

Do Not Vote to Give Three "You've overnight.got to begin some- The girls and their advisor 'C TO ==
Girls Dresses
where," Tucker said, retelling Mra. Allegra MoRao, toured t I

Councilmen the.Power to Appoint to appointing the clerk and number of different purl, of When You Buy 3 Dresses

chief. I the hospital, and were impressed a/ ,--
These Officers. with the operation of its
nrcpoiir: OP CONDITION OF many phase '
COM'MI/WITT" ', HTATN. BANK Members. of the $
hospital $9
.. FI.OHIII4 AT TIIR CLOWN staff were Impressed by the ..
This power in Council could build up a vicious pol of I(HIT ill HIM-IK:! ON JIMt: <>. fact that the Pixies were rec- :

itical machine. It would place and control of almost Avarte ently organized for the Nursing ...
power Caah. balance with other Home, and the girls and =
all city employees in the hands of three councilmen.If bank In proms and cunh of collection Item- their advisor were Interviewedby SIZES ,--

United State Government UU.llft.27. : publicity a member committee.The of the. hospital's i- Girl l Sizes 7-14 3 for. $10 :=
ohllgatlona. direct ani* -
of Knar-unfed 2.3a7.68ft.H girls who took part on REGULAR TO ?8Vibrant -::
Council appoints, it could very well increase cost Obligation Political Of, Slntean.I Hubdlvlalon the tour were Claudette Peterson ..

city Government, increase utility rates and raise taxes. At.437.60 Tryphenla McRae, Joy y new colors and smart new -
Other Inane and ?
Check with officials of Palatka, Green Cove Springs, and dlHcount 1.5! 4561.04 I NoV'ak,, Barbara Sherrlll and f styles in a tremendous sel.-
Bank premiere, fur- Dotty Rhoden. They were Invited jumper looks, 2 piece effects, A lines, =
Lake City. They appoint. Cost be much greater. nltur and fixture, to visit the medical center
may nauticals solids stripes
and other aftHetHrcpreMAntlnir again soon.Mayor's. shirt-waists, wa.

.... bunk 7(1HH( 69Oder I + .." Iit and prints this is a truly great =

R A-. "t* H 344.It group. Buy noand save. ..:
Federal Government appoints U. S. Judges, Bureau Court Iii LY -
TOTAL ASSETS .3Dl.lnhllltlva ,-
Chiefs, Directors, Commissioners, and other high offic Eight cases came before -

ials. They are .rapidly controlling government and con. Demand ,h'poMlt.' of Individual !. Mayor Carl Court Hurst In StarkeMayor's '5 l GIRLS ,CARTER'Sf :
*, partnership, Tuesday night:
trol in Washington. They are taking away local Self Gov Tim and and corporation laving depoilt PU 721.74 Levy McClellan, reckless r ALL WEATHER ) A GIRLS.

of Individual, partnership driving, tot'felted bond of, $37.CO. .- COATS PANTS a
( ( J\\
ernment.To ., and corporation \ ,
1.121 .
.2027IDepoxlt >
> '
of United State Williams James Lee dla-/ ,, Choose from either un- 1' You'll want several .

Government* of State. and 43303.42DepoHlt pelltlcal lined or zip-out lined ). at this unheard oft .

give this appointive power to the city councilis lon aubdlvlH- l,72634:l I STAR K E'I' I ,, ,' 1" styles in navy, olive pri e.
a step indirection to destroy local self government and Deipoalt of commercial burgundy or natural. Reg. 79c .

will take away our right to vote for our local city officers. Certified and bank officer' 10000.00 BUSINESSDIRECTORY! : Sizes 5-14. '" 3 for $g .77 :
cheeks Mo. 10,343.66

TOTAL(AI TniiI,DEPOSITS demand. 38211.6U.44 I $ iQ4.$ ,7 .. :

// council has person or persons it desiresto (1-11 depoaltfl Total Urn and 1,311JIM GIRLS SLIPS GIRLS SOCKS ,
saving deixmlt 2fir 8,2S/25
appoint to succeed these officials let such Choosefromvarieb' Your favorite sock in ;
trio nylon
.LIABILITIES I I'ii Earl's Garage of styles in nylon.,
in election / _3t04,209.93C. cot :or polyester'and 5-61/2 7-81/3 and 9-11 :
or ,
person persons run September city l>l I ill aceoaaa ALL KINDS OF ..
"'"""no,, Ktui.k. lulu( I AUTO REPAIR WORK JEANS cotton by Her Majes in white only. e

and let the people vote and decide. No.par Share value au- /100.010.00 AU Work GuarunU'edI'honn ty. Sizes 314. :

thorlled 2000 OOI-7O0.1 69c
Hurolii I linn,1AOO( I So. Walnut. Starke $2
Undivided profit 42.728.46 Something new in LEVI'S .. '

....n...&.. ...& n....... 't I r. I AUTO SERVICE '. -
: 'I I / Double-Knee Western Jeans :
ACCOUNTS 242.728.46 I .

I TOT At, MAItlMTICa' Gilbert S. Brown it's called "Tough Stuff"Mothers ... I J e

Let City Clerk and Police AND CAPlTAt 1
our ACCOUNTS nf emerandiiAverare 4.149,98839 Standard Oil Sr\re! Station Here are real "boyproof"jeans 4 ..

of total, ATLAS with a no-iron bonus for youLevi's \. '
di>pni>lta. for the 15 TIRES & B,\TTKItIEXSBudget ; -"' .
has made them of 50% Vycron .
Chief the. 4 ..
i "
answer to people.-; calendar' d" end- : TermH-Rood Service 98 t
log with rail date 1,948.44703 Phone 964-7071. Tough Stuff so they'll take.all N
Aver"loan Ife'"f for the total'16 407 N. Temple Stark! the rough stuff your young dynamos ;) 3 /':'#.''' ..... a

Keep our right to vote for them. calendar, day. endIng can give 'em! Not only long ./ '"

. T.OAIIA; with a* fthnwn call date anove I.UI.7U.15 are HURST'SSHELL. wearing but tear resistant because / .',

, after deduction of Tough Stuff really fortifies the cot- '. .. ;
valuation reserve
of 87.58296 Service Station ton Navy faded blue, light olive ..- :
.' r, Margaret I. Miller. Attaint.
and "
sand. )
ant Vie. Prealdent and Catihler aIM Oil Lubrication ..i v"...
of the. above-named Tank, do 1 ...
solemnly affirm that thl'* report Goodyear Tire A Ilattsrien y
of condition I I. trim andcorrect ROAD SERVICE .
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to the bt of my 301 and 100 Htarke
. knowledge and belief.CnrrcctAttet Margaret. I. Sport Shirts "MOD" Shirts -:
TO ELECT Pel O. Ferns, Permanent press ivy BA .. -
Jerom. John. real buy on these. ;
m B (i. Epp. Director THOMPSONSheet D. styles tapered wi..h. Reg. $4 to $7 in granny .
tails. Plaids I i
fit nte of FtorMa' Metal WorksAll paisleys LEVI'S
Cnnntv of liriilford., 5.1: stripes i and paisleyss01td.. "; DOUBLE-KNEE .
Sworn' to and nubaerlbad ne* Student and sizesdots.
for me this 11th day of July, Types Metal Work- Sizes 8-18. ,

O.UR..POLICE CHIEF, AND CITY CLERK of I 1967 am thlit and not bank.an I hereby officer certify or director that Heat & Air Cond. 2 for $5.85 3 for $10'( WESTERN JEANS

(BRAD Norma J. >'...rll.. Systems Installed SANFORIZED

Paid for by the concerned citizens of the city of Starke,. Notary at lire Public, State of Florldn I'indo 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 .-.- -- -- -....... -,--.e'--4y I ...

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Funeral Services General Services Administration Ito do BO may contribute to th.. her. of the Presbyterian parents (Mr. and Mrs. Jack
I for the following year. If lest since a 1067 allotment was
in %Washington; D.C. He Scholarship Fund of the Mel- Chiinh. He lind lived in
Lake maternal Tobacco
City; Acreage-Poundage Vote than the poundage quota fora established. for nJa farm.
For A. S. BarberOf wns a member!' of the MethodlHt 1'080Vomnn's Club. Shi ikr for 22 years, coming grandparents, Mr and Mrfl' farm is marketed in any

Church.Mr. here from, Pennsylvania and Robert : Starke..
Starling, year, the difference will be
KeystoneArthur Barber made his homo WOK former cnvnur of tho Bradford Blind Corner
Malcolm Pownall Set For Tuesday At ASCS Office added to the farm's quota for
wlilh Mr. and :Mrs. J. StneyLaCo.te Motor Court on U.S. 301North. the Price Causes WreckA
S Bnrber, 68 of Services District VPAddresses following year. sup-
at Keystone Heights! HeldIn
will to tobacco
port be available -
died Monday
Keystone Heights,
In a GlI.lneltvlJhosplt.nl\. Funeral services were held\ Pennsylvania Surviving IH hin, widow Jaycees I Notices of Individual flue-. iindcr-mntkptingft or over- growers on. up to 110 blind corner at the corner
aftci a brief (linens.. He wns at 11 a.m. Thursday In. Jones ':'lIzl1 bet h M. Pownall of cured tobacco acreage allotments marlii'tlngw of 1067 quotas will per cent of 'the farm's quota if of Laura and Luke Roads

born in Watcrtown N.Y. on Memorial Chnpel I In Keystone: I Malcolm Pownall, 61. of 727 Starke; two Hunt Malcolm W. District VIce-Presldent Fred and poundage quotas be icnt to farm operators afterrnarketinga Ilhe harvested/ acreage Is within near the city dump, caused a
r-'ti.vnnll, of lonlfln/CLolI Calif., DeVjino of. Live Oak visited 'the the farm's allot- collision Wednesday afternoon
June 6. 1890. A veteran of Heights, with ReV.. Mllner Of Cypress St. Slarke, died Sun / under the acreagepoundageprogram from thc 1967 acreage
World War I, he was In the the Community Church.: off let. day In a local honpltal uftei !and Thomas M Pow oll. of Starke Jaycees at their regular have been mailed to crop aie completed Morgan ment. but no one was Injured according -
U.S. Governmemt service forth ating. Memorlallzatlon .was by a brief (Illness. :Mdboumo Al Inn Hurvlvlng are meeting Monday and spoke on farm operators In advance of said. If the acreage-poundage to Sergeant B. H.

past 2rt years. At the time cremation. Born In Con tellvllle. P.i. on six grundrhilriien., organization for the 1967-68 tho referendum to bo held The polling place for next program Is not approved Spears of the Florida Highway

of rhls retirement he was an In! lieu of flowers it was re Aug. 4, 1902 Mr. Pownnll waN P'IIII"I'III Hcrvin's( were held Club year.DcVane. Tuesday July 18.Leo.ton Tucwdny's referendum on acre- that is, If more than onethirdof Patrol.
administrative officer with tho qttented that friends who wish I La retired aichltect nml. a mem- Thursday morning In Fnirvlew also invited members Morgan Jr., i-hnlr- age-poundage marketIng quotas those voting vote "no," there William Harris 49, Starko
----- I ( "nlpl".v AI oc.Ip.qflt! ._ lOA. of the Starke Jaycees and man of 'the Bradford County for the next three crops of will be no marketing quotas came off Luke Road at 10:55:
-- : heWitt: C. i-noF-u": ;;;;;' Home their -wives to a District Ban Agricultural Stabilization & flue-cured tobacco will be in and I no price supports in effect a.m., turned. onto Laura. Harris

I was in* clmrgo of local arrangemiMitn. quet and meeting on July 29 Conservation Commtttee, said the ASCS Office, alt the Agricultural for the 1968 flue-cured tobacco I saw a 1066 Oldsmobile sedan,
In Live Oak. the notlccH were ,sent out no Building, 136 N. crop. driven by Eloise Crawford

that individual' farmers would Temple Avenue, Stnike. Polls Chairman Morgan urges all Jackson, 36, S.arke, and stop

Free Chest know before they vote how will be open from 7 a.m. to flue-cured tobacco growers to pod.The
Services Held
NOTICE. their decision will affect: their 7 p.m. vote on this Important question Oldsmobile struck Harris -

i For Barton Infant X-Rays Set farming operations. Revised If two-thirds. of the growers next Tuexdny. Farmers eligibleto car In the left Hide with

i iBURGL"ARS I For July 17th notices adjusted to reflect voting in this referendum vote vote in the referendum are its left side. The Oldamobile

Craveside services for John "yea," the acreage-poundage all those 18 years of age or traveled 28 feet before comingto

Delano Barton, Infant son of I free cheat x-.ra.yn will be mcnt on Church Street. quota will continue in effect older who share in the 1967 rest. Tho Chevrolet was

I Mr and Mrs. Charlex Barton, available in Bradford County, This one-day service is provided for the 1068-60-70 crops of flue-cured crop or Us proceeds. knocked five feet 'by the Im-

; II were! conducted Sunday, June I for one day -- !Monday, July primarily for the convenience flue-cured tobacco. Penalties Where no tobacco was produced pact.
I 25, at 4, p.m. in Memorial 17, from 9 a.m. until 12 noon, : of teachers, food- will apply to marketing In In 1007 on a tobacco Damage to each car was
Cemetery at Luke City. and from, 2 to 3 pun. handlers, and dairy workers excess of 110 per cent of the allotment farm only the own- estimated at $600. No charges

I Rev. D. L. Ramsey of Starke The free service will ,be given who are required to have annual farm poundage quota. er and operator are eligible to were preferred. ---

SiiivUnrH, Include' one> !sister, Florida State Board of Health, are welcome. quota In any vein will be deducted -, his allotment to another A ClassIfied A* in the TELKGRAl'II -

YOU DON'T HAVE TO COME. AT NIGHT ; Vic ku1snn. paternal' grand' located;;,at the Health Depart.j from the farm's quota farmer Is still eligible to vote, :Lrlng results. I II

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THE DAY AND MAKE IT LEGAL I I wanted EXPERIENCED: !Apply in WAITRESS person at,I I I I I'I'IU'the way: RIGHT you 01NT write. Come;for thr In _. I I ,

the G-irdrn. Re taurant. tfchg IlIlIlI If you find your name among the Classified Ads, ,I and select your favorite ES-

..t tBaldwin : I'' i $100.01)) Down Payment I! bring to The Telegraph office and receive ('nEETHEATRE ''I I TERBROOK TELEGRAPH fountain pen. I II
r, I I A nice CB comfortable. house,] !

1'' :.-.- I :3 bedrooms, tile bath, space PASS to Florida Theatre ur 301 Drive-In. 'I USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned FREE

und hot' water heaters, paved PASS I'I $Ii) up. 10 different'
Chevyrilet Olds I IIr street beautiful lawn. Call for I name ''brands to choose from. Aquatic

particulars. : A J. Thomas, Parts & excellent repairs af I .
I Reai-or Tel 961-5701. tfchg DID YOU KNOW It's easy to HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS KIRBY 8ALKJ3 A Plants
U.S. 301 North -#' Stke ; I I own a ngchamp, Home' Better & UPHOLSTERY WORKS SERVICE 712 N. :Main, Gainesmakes. I
built for Florida living. 710 Lemon St. I'alutka Gulf Service ville 376-7110. ttchgCOME1VS
Phone 964-750O- Your plans or ours. Your lot
Furniture Repaired I USED: PARTS
or ours. Contact Buford Mitchell LAKEVIEW
---1 I phone 9646833, P.O. Box Upholstered & Refinished, Top Price for Wrecked Cars: BEACH & COTTAGES .

-- ::I II II I 238 Starke. tfchg I MATTRESSES REBUILT I 24 Hour Wrecker Service Spend the day with your family I '
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New Innersprings ... Fuel Oil ... on. Santa Fe Lake Parking
I William H. Edwards!: Jr. and Box Springs I I $1.00 per car. Swim picnic /' '

.:.........................................:1i I I FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE Drop U* A Carrd or Call A A A IIwy.- S 301 St: II N.Green Waldo. Stamps- 'I' Ph.free. 468-1129 Cottages; Maude by the Comer.week.i With Each
ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom -
Scotty : PAINTSiiri' l4. bath. Located just 4418-1908/ Earltnn. 12tchg 8-24 l'urchaseTropical

I outside of city Hmlts in Pine- MRS. PEGGY "SIIAIJJCR TilE RIGHT POINT for the
i r ,, breeze. Small down payment. 209 E. Adklnn St. FLYING SERVICE the way you' write. Come In I
'hYE SUrUs< Agent I
: I Kaay monthly terms. Long- FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. AVf-\ and select your favorite ESand Gold Fish
champ Const. Co., Contact. Bu plan. rentals. Greyhound Bus! TERBROOK -juntaln pen. .

ford Mitchell, Phone 964-6853, Charter. Keep your party to-'. TELEGRAPH.I I To Choose i \.,
O. Box Starke. 5 000
P. 238 tfchgCLAJlRllI'nr.n OHE STOP gother charter a bos. Phone I ,
'"*'"-'* 064-6000. tfchgMnrke I'I No. "i03 64 Acres farm 2 bedroom From

..eoSlATES I I frame home. 45 acres Improved Aquatic 1'1 ants" Tanks,
MASONRYMATERIALS ,I pasture. Fenced and
MofZEt : .
::,? ;, -'is.tt: : ilv- I cross fenced. Many out-build I Pumps, Heaters and I
v. t. 1* woo: 't.OO ings. Only $17COO. other SuppliesNo.

Finch word over 11 -__...tElra I 528 Corner lot 150' by GUPPIES ..
100' 3 bedrooms CBS home
.kare If .t
pAId. I. .......... .. __.311 Shaded by large Pecan ,trees For $ I \t
Rendy! Mix Concrete, Concrete Surrounded by Azaleas. Small 5 J.OO (

WITH PAINTS MADE FOR THE : MP'IORYAI.S' I _.>.. HKBOM...: or./ Cement Mortar, Steel Oys- $18,500. Platics Black Mollies
CARD* OF THANK* ter Shell Roof
v 110 word ., !... -__. .'2.'" Umerock. For homes farms, ranches and Sunset Variatus
LLP. PAINT IS EASY TO K.afih, word ..... *O _.. APID rsy TO lilY Window Sill* Everything. ment homes give us a rail. 4 F or.00


UNDERWATERWEED 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starko
: ANNOUNCINGA Fla. ((904)) 9616609.
.. 'CUTTINGAll 3

: i :1 Types I AT LAST! I

PAIIVTWnheMe. ,- .. ft Ready Mix Plant _A_ u unifp__._._ OWNERS u.un_ ROSE
isuiiaoerDrag "
.. MAKE RESERVATIONS Line WorkJ. atKeystone ;N ;J i : .POLICY Aquatic Gardens
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NOW for Fall Term :Mama HeightsFor For Mobile Homes

% .P I I Prlont Kindergarten and'Oay C. GardnerPHONE G"lt mJJft 1fi, I'I'J' That Qualify! I Highway South
Care Center. Call 964-7254. Better Service To Keystone Heights
.. ..
.. 6-8 Stchg' 7-27 964-7726 That Area. _" 0 ....:. CALL THE MAN I

OtaqIMMU .... FOR RENT Unfurnished FOR RENT!' By week 2 bed FROM KEYSTONK;
.1 f .. I Reduce ssr, simple and fast two/ BR house outside city. We Will Not Be room air conditioned cottageon I George E. LaRue
: :
'- ,- GoBene tablets. Only 98c. in Undersold. Crystal Lake. Call Mrs.
; with Furnished apartments
I INSURANCE Guitar Lessons
=-=. Koch's Drugstore.! 10t..h1124,:; Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg L. K. Whitehead, 9616512.
: : \\.fe-hI Keystone. Ills.!'! 173-1692 .
P"r.oono.llnt"nl.'"* between
WANTED Experlencpd Sec SILVER SANDS LAKE Bradford
retary. Write "S", Drawer. A. $2.700 t to.$3.500. INSURANCE! FOR SALE or rent large I 12:30: and 3 p.m. rmhed-

....... Starke. Riving age education AT REDUCED RATES 2 story house 14 rooms, 4& i nemluy. Upstairs over
RYrTwI-y ml1lll-WIlT[ experience! references, etc. BONE I AUTO. FIRE BOAT baths. 8500. 514 S. EppersonSt. I CJiinnlx-r. of Commerce; office.
< tfchg $3.575 to 1.275 EngineeringCo. DOYLE E.: CONNER Y. L. Kirchalne P.O. Box .

FOR RUNT 3 bnrtroom unfurnlHhed tfrhg..
:: See S. E. McKay
:::- home. Call 964-5413 FOR SALK large house 8 Jeff Bender
'I "... -= Keyntone Heights I
tfcbgAPPRAISAL.S NEW MOBILE homes CWckaaha rooms, 2 baths.3 city blockin INSTKl'jCTOK
.....) Mired ... M.....,." i Net W"M* II !.....< Interior i Well Sur' 0 Phones 473-4816 20' & 24' wide Hampton, $6,000 Y. L. Kir
,0 'ock' ..d W.lJbo.r4 Euy.._-Al....... -.1. \ fact Peint., Speet.cIII... 0 473-4740 or 473-41.13_ Phone Starke Qonason, Layton: Travel, Buddy-Trail. chaine, PO. Box 78, Hampton,I I'hune (jalnesvllle 372-3.181

\. : $9.69 $3.30. Co4i4 -. !sl.VLA.43 0I For Estates, Corporate and MAN or couple to live in with 964-5403 ers, Liberty Taylor, Azalea, Fla. tfchg
: Owners. Over
GAL.,. L aN' 1_ r QAL : In Real Estate elderly person. Call 533-2493. I buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing. I For Sale 51/3 acres more or
,. _" zx 0 Matters experience and Active Real 3tchg 7/27 Keystone. Ready Buckeye Trailer Mart, I $ LUCRATIVE $ less good strawberry land,
Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. fruit trees, pecans. See me on
I .. Eatnto Broker since 1953.: A. J. SINGER DIAL-0-MATKJ Mix, $ BUSINESS $
Orange! Park 264-2131. tfchg 21, North of Keystone Heights
I I I Thomas Realtor Tel. 964- 701. CONSOLE MODEL SEWING Full or part-time. Never offered Fruit Stand. Mrs. orWy..

0 "It takes two The Chamberof MACHINE.' Commerce and you. Join your area. A-l shape. Zig.
new and noncompetitive
I i : t -I.. nIJi ; .6.. the Chamber Today. tchg Zags, makes button holes, \. Headquarters For earning me a email for- M. Gaines
,% fancy designs sews on buttons FOR SALE V: Flberglas Boat, Lawnmourm Power Tools
You do the in
une. can same
3 BEDROOM: house unflnlwhcd5Va 'Motor and Trailer, 733 S. Cher.ry MrCulloch Chain Sawn
t :I acres strawberry land. '/i ,, appliques monograms, St.. Ph. 861-6360. 3tp 7-20 your community. Minimum Investment FOR IMMEDIATE Occupancy
& Water
etc. Sold new for over $300. Pumpt SystemsBrigga of $483.23 required, 3 bedroom bath and'i\
: : fl :A. mile from city limits. $1,900.00. MUST &: Stratton Engines
j Ph. 06.1-<5801. tfchg SACRIFICE. Just pay A. C. Griffith Rental Sales Service which Is fully secured. This la brick home in Pinebreeze.
'. I balance $63, or assume $8 definitely a once-In-a-llfe time Small down payment and as-
monthly payments. Will -take HAMPTON HORSE SHOW 230 N.E. 16th Ave. .
TItANIC: YOU NOTES--Beautifully opportunity. I ask you to Investigate sume low monthly payments.
0 M. ,1 Feint C., W.... ., M.....,., 11.. '.'. :4., Ow..,.. Whit.. 0I sliver. $1.23 for box of 23, including credit manager COLLECT Timed Events tfchg Write United Amusements, 4637, Gainesville or 9647163.T. .
'11..1.... envelopes. Bradford Jacksonville 353-1946, any time Ribbon &: Prizes HOUSE FOR SALE Law. 921 Volusla Ave., Daytona E. Malloy, Box 849, Starke.

I E $5.55 GAL. 4.9. .* ,* $5..J5. County Telegraph. tf Will deliver. No obligatIon. SR 18 E. Hampton Fla. tey. Frame house 1800 square Beach Fla. 2t chg 7/20 Ztchg 7-13

1 4t-chg 7-27 Everyone Welcome._ ltp feet with central ,heat, A air, uu____
1 : JJu2aL fjo.llA. dlDmL. With :JA& SALK: 01" TIMBER HANOVER SHOES. __ Dress, FOR SALE 18,000 BTU conditioning -3---bedrooms-- --- -famIly -- SALES LADY WANTED ANTIQUES FOR SALE at

: Bids will be received until 5:00: Service, Steel Toe. Greatest Wizard Air Conditioner. $112. room, living room dining Willing to learn more important Quigley Museum. Open dally.
P.M, July 28, 1967 on all! Contact room carpeting included. than experience. Excellent. East Madison St.. Starke. tf
shoe value on earth. Frank P. own r 064-5700. ltp
marketable timber ,mow on' Large garage. Call 782-3450' or opportunity for right person.
dJainL/lzaL 31lJ1LlLL 9L tBlldL Egan, Authorized Counselor, .
i Lord
You believe the Jesus
: 964-7828 Own transportation. 961-7967. on
SW 1.4 of NE 1-4 Sec. 10, Keystone Heights. 3263.. .. Ph. FOR SALE One 21" Phllco tfchir Christ and he will
Town.shlp, 6 South, Range 22 TV One Electric Range. Will Itp you
473-4748. 3t chg 7-20 FOR SALE lease from all sins. Trust him
or Large now.
East. Terms are cash upon acceptance sell cheap. Ph. 782-3523. ltp
3 bedroom frame bou. FOR RENT Large ware- Write David Jackson
e. corner Evangelist
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UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED : time will be of reserved bid. Sufficient for FOR RENT Bachelor Apt., POINTER :FEMALE: White, lot. Fenced back yard new house. Available August, 15. Gen. Del., Hampton. Fla.
0 pur. air-conditioned. Utilities furn- liver and ticked. my name roof. 746 S. Westmoreland St. Contact Mrs. L. J. Green I Itp
: 4205 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville chaser to remove timber. The Ished. $10 per week. Millard plate on. Collar, strayed during or phone 96J-6375.: tfchg phone 964-5886. 2tohg 7/20
right to reject and all bids
: Judd 127 Lafayette St.. Phone
I storm July 8, and picked up. LOST 2 gold 'bracelets and
are reserved. A. J. Thomas, 9645951. It chg 7113| Return at once and avoid Klngsley Lake FOR 'SALE Meat Market gold ring. Reward.. Ph. 961-

I jLi/rilzBMMm1'1'-1'" 1"1' Realtor, Agent. Starke Florida grand larceny prosecution. You Furnished house $22.00000, fixtures: 2 walk-in boxes. 2 7461. It
: / Tel. 961-5701.: FOR SALE S room house,
0 did not raise. this one Identification $3,000.00 down, $15000 per chop blocks 1-18 foot freezer
'. 'WANTED\ recently painted, $6,600, cash. is positive HOLLJS month. A. .1. Thomas Realtor.Tel. 1-13 foot reach In dairy and LOST White 'Manx cat female .
Experienced mechanic Ph. 964-5790. Itp V. KNIGhT 344 North! Wal. 964-5701. veg. case, 1 sausage mill cub- wearing lavender collar
: STORES IN: ALTAMONTE SPRIKGS BtAOExroti COCOA .'DADE( CITY mm GAINESVILLE 'I Full time general work.repairs.Phone 60-40. Will home nut. Starke Fla ltchg er, electric saw scales cleavers with Rabies tag No. 503.'. Re-
Lake Baby Sit In. reliable
LOG TRAILER for pale with knives' ward.
etc. (Make me an Cathryn Moselejr. 337 N.
: JACUOMVILLE LAXELUD .LEESBUB6 OUANDO SA2ASOTA ST. PETERSBURG G. City 752-4084. 2tchg 7/20 day or night. Phone' 864-5074. I GOOD FRESH cut Bermuda 6 practically new tires. $330.. offer all or part Ca.1lIofrs. } Clark Street. UpI

I I FCR RENT Small unfurnished Ztchg 7/20 grass for .Ie. Phone 964-6742. 00. Ph. 533-2136. Itp G. F. Odom, 964-7712

.....o..o 2 bedroom house I Itchg after 6 p.m. 3tp 7/27 I FOR RENT Large 3 room
o.o..G.... 1 Lal'geyard. FOR SAILS Lot of land in FORD PICKUP 1936 for sale. apt., furnished. Private entr
for couple or small1iam.ily Lawtey. Also 4 truck, tires!! $10 WANTED'Ulled, tin. Phone $150.: New' tag.' Ph. 533-2136. 1958 FORD Car for aale. $150. ance. Phone 964- )27 or 964-
. IL ;sttrt( N. Buy tt If.JiR' cn.lIl.: t4sn.a ?I124f1I1) 9tU.6HI.
Itp 1tdagJ 1t61 1 Wi. 533-2130: ,- _. Itp : !SIOT-arter 8 p.m. 2k-hg 720r


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Hewitt NamedTo lie regretted his resignation Thursday, July 6, at a luncheon Betty Ann Griffis, Nate Shan- r..mm..m..nme I Territory, Thursday. ding gown and all of her attendants TIlE RKJIIT POINT for the
but that It was necessitated by meeting of the Board of Governors ROPING CLUBRESULTS non, Herschel Waldron. Thursday, Mrs. Bell Gnann gowns.Adjustable r the way you write. Come la
Chamber Bd. his being out of town approximately of the Chamber of Com- Pole Bending: Keith Jones, THERESSABy and Mrs. Merle Packham, hon- and select ;your favorite* E3-
six months of the year, merce. Betty Ann Grlffls, Sandy Mor- ored Mrs Ruth Griffis at a TERBROOK fountain pea.
making it impossible to give The Inn will employ two additional gan, Randy Joyner Judy Bass, upper, given at the home of Vinyl Book TELEGRAPH
carl Hewitt Jr., manager of the Board the service he desired persons for both laun- Johnny Lee Linda Crawforda..uu..uu..u..u Rev. and, Mrs. Merle Packhnm. Covers All sl/es:. 3D cents ea. _____

the DuPont Company Trail dry and flat Iron work, Coats A special meeting of the Arena Race: Keith Jones, 'Mrs. Gilffts made Anne's wed at The Telegraph. Adjustable Vinyl: Book
Ridge and Highland plants, I Hewitt will serve the re- said. KImbo Forsyth Nate Shannon, Covers. All sites 30 cents sa.T .
Bradford Roping Club was _____ ______ _
was elected to the Board of madnder of Slade'j term which Johnny Lee, Randy Joyner. IIOI'R': BAPTIST CHUKCII n
held to adopt a
Governors of the Bradford I expires Jan. 31, 1969. charter Monday and by-laws night and elect Perry Bryan Recreation la held each Friday -'' I II
County Chamber> ; of Commerceat Free TextbooksAre Age 13 To 19 night at the communityhouse I
officers for the coming year.
a luncheon meeting last Holiday Inn AvailableIn Bill Forsyth was named Cloverleaf: Kelly Forsyth, recreation begins at Ii
Thursday. July 6. Ellis Gilffls, Greg Woods, 7:30 a
To Add LaundryAddition president; Merrill Grlffls, vice I : p.m. Everyone Is Invitedto krt
Hewitt, who lives In Key81o.e USO BuildingTextbooks president; Ralph Bryan, secretary Ralph Morgan, Leaton Morgan' come and participate. r tJEVl -- i
Heights, replaces Tom of a $15,000 laun- ; and Bab Shannon. treasurer Danny Boss 'Sunday School 10 a.m.; .' i
Slade whose resignation was dry to the Holiday Inn of In all areas, from Other members elected to Pole Bending: Ellis Grlffis, Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; I lS w I
accepted last Thursday. Slade. I Starke la planned. Innkeeper grades 1 through 12, which the board of directors were Kelly Forsyth, Greg Woods, Training Union, 6:30: p.m.; t :: 1'1'SA
In a letter to the Board said David Coats announced last have been returned to the Adro Brown, Vasco Forsyth, Ernie Trlest, Leaton Morgan, Evening Worship, 7:43: ; Wed- :
county superintendent may be Bobby Hall, Leftton. MorganJr. Johnny Chesser. nesday night Prayer Service
picked up at the USO building ., and Ernest Tileat. Arena Race: Ernie Triest 7:30: p.m. with choir practice' /
0. C. CARNES NURSERY between the hours of 9 a m. The club now has a membership Kelly Forsyth, Danny Bass!, afterward. _7 '
and 3pm. dally, according of 33 families\ and holds Ellis Grlffis, Ralph Morgan, rKHMONALH : : '.
23 Mi. SE of Starke on Hi way 100 at Florahome to L H. Gibson, County Text- weekly horse shows each Sat- I Nancy Bowden. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis
Phone 659-2165 book Manager. urday night at the Fair- Ago 20 To 38 I and family, Mrs. Jimmy Gnann, I''
"These are textbooks that grounds, starting at 7:30.: pjn. Cloverleaf: Van Prescott;. Plen and Mary Lou, Doris ,
One Week Sale on Nursery Stock are no longer needed by; The public is invited to attend, Adro Brown, Ralph Bryan Rodgers of Miami; Jessie Lee, t sl
our county schools. However admission Marian Thointpn, Glenn Shu- of Starke; and Mr and Mrs.Bill tj.
and there is no j..
FAR BELOW WHOLESALEAll many of them are still in charge. Anyone may participate !- ford Larry Gocek. Phillips, of Mlddleburg; '' ='- iJ
In Cans Plant Any Time usable condition:: and mightbe In the show at an entryfee Pole Bending: Glenn Shu- were all supper gueats at the
helpful to both students which ford, Van, Prescott Adro home of Rev. and Mrs. Merle I
of only $1 coversall
r I rl and parents. Moat of these events. Ribbons are awarded Brown, Robert Jordon Ralph Packham and family Thurs I
books have. been replaced by Bryan Larry Oocek. day.
for the first six places
more recent publications," Arena Race: Jim Drawdy, Mr. and Mrs L. A. Childs I J l1ifJm.
A trophy
each event monthly
Cleyera Japonica Crepe Myrtle Gibson explained. is awarded to the' member who Edward Williams, Van Prescott and son, Ray, of Fort Pierco aI
$1.50 & $2.00 Red, White. Lavender In the past, various aiencies accumulates the most points Adro Brown, Larry Go- visited Mr. and Mrs. L. K. ....... "
Arborvitae $3.00 such as the Florida State cek, Bill Forsyth. Childa, Sunday. .
the moth
during .
Prison and Sunland Training Man\ SI And Over Cheryl Grlffls, daughter of : "
3'-4' $2.50 Gardenias Trophy winners for June KEEP YOUR COOL: .
Center have been given first 7 and Cloverleaf: Loaton Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffls, wasa )
were: Dean
Burfordi 3'-4 q.
Holly $2.50
choice of the discarded books. Vasco Forsyth. recent t
guest at the home of
6'-8 $3.00 Red Dahlias Libraries, also, have been con under; Ronnie' Hall 8 to 12; Pole Bending: Leaton, Morgan Connie Bird. \ Save money on the over-all cost of the ear
Ernie Triest. 13 to 19; Van "
Native Holly 5'-6' $2.00 tacted. Prescott 20 to 38; Merrill Ernest Triest, Vasco For- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry I you're buying this summer by fInancing' I

4'-5 $3.00 Roses- Patented "Our problem Is a matter of Griffis, men 39 and over; Jo syth and Myra Bell visited Jacksonville imply,quickly, and most economically.e j .j
storage" Gibson said. We j Arena Race: Leaton Morgan, Beach Tue ady. ,
Spiny Greek Juniper and Others Ann Forsyth. 1 ladies 20 and
2'-3 $3.00 $1.50 & $2.50 don't want to destroy these over. Ernest Triest. Vasco Forsyth.Ludlen Mr. and Mrs. P C. Mabryand i with!! one of our bank auto loans! 'fFLQI
books if there Is anyone who awardeda 2O And Over Myra Bell, visited friendsin -
Slash Pines 7-Sisters Roses! may want them, even though Ernest plaque for Triest being was"The Moat Cloverleaf: Mildred Easter Jacksonville, Sunday. I'

6'-8' $3.00 50c we the[ county school system] Valuable. Club Member of The Joyce Lewis, Flora Smith, (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and}
Celeste Figs! Cocoa Australis have been given official permission Year" Imogene Bryan, Harriet Thorn- family, and Roberta Dodd, all i
6-8' $4.00 Palms to discard them by orderof visited Silver Springs,
Winners for July 8, In ton.Pole Monday
Podocarpus 3'-4 $2.50 the State Department of Ed- finishing: Bending: Joyce Lewis, Mr and Mrs. F. D Bell and I I DA
ucation." Flora Smith, Jo Ann Forsyth,
6'-7' $7.50 Age 7 Anti Under two daughters, of Qultman, CU.spent .''
Interested persons must apply Cloverleaf: Mark Joyner, Imogene Bryan, Harriet Thorn- ,the weekend with Mr. ,
4 II I A for the free books on or Dennis Brown, Kim Prescott ton. and Mrs. p C. JMabry. They 8"IA"'N"K'---" :.--'S"iA"RlI'C'" ; ;:
GALLON CANS before July 28, at the USO Bobby Carter. Arena Race: Mildred Easter, I left ,Myra with tthem for a 1 '; I ,I'' \ ': \ '
building during the hours Lewis, Flora Smith, JoAnn vacation
Cassia ______ __ 50c Gardenias _____ 75c Pole BendingLinda: Lee Joyce i iI
stated. "Our is 'first One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
policy ,
Mark Joyner, Augle Fox, Bob- Forsyth Imogene BryarsHairlet Mr.. and Mrs. P:'C. Ml\.bry'
Boxwood ___ 50c Ericoides ___ $1 come, first! served", Gibson. by Carter Cindy Jordon Klan: Thornton. I visited! Daytona
Figs ____ ____ 75c; Blackberries ___ 50e added. Pre cotl. They went Beach to, Ocala Wednesday -,I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.Slade's .

Ligustrum ____ 60c Cedar Trees __ 50c Arena Race: Mary Joyner Silver Springs and Six Gun''.
TilE RIGHT POINT for the !
Shore Juniper _* 75c Cherry Laurel __ 50c NOTICE Cindy Jordon, Dennis Brown, way you write. Come In __ - ===--
Hibiscus 50c & $1 Bobby Carter, Angle Fox, Kim and select your favorite ES-
I will not b responsible for Pre colt.
I r r any dvhta contracted by anyone TEP ROOK fountain pen.A ,
other than mymttlt. Lewla Elliott Age 8 To 12
MANY OTHER PLANTS TO CIIOOSE FROM: IU 1. Hun, 215, Lawtey, Cloverleaf: Johnny Lee, Classified Ad In the TJEXR- I

J Let Us Do Your Landscaping Via 7/8 4tp7/J7 Randy Joyner,. Dean Brown, GRAPH brings result. t Summer Westinghouse

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VVy.vnymamn : glrs, Bbb( Godwin entertain burn ire, the proud parents ofa of Mis W M, Slade and Mrs r Naples Italy where Mi- unit lininliri, 'atloii <"i""nipany. ."I I roll ill < I ) DlMina hin i In'tin'' ill'KatlullH
ed with) a WrtM: party 1 I.st, I second daughter( Sarita An- Jessie Willis and family: Brown will be stationed with I Florida hnitxr/ hats orporatlon<>.plrrd, and .all un-" ;, riled Cult a an foi I n HI you l In I lti.' nl"\... ,,ill hi taken im iuiifmea byTltls i I'"putv i Clerk
MAXVILLE' Saturday afernoon at the 1 Wilkinson Ire ll 4 lie, born Tuesday June Mr. god Mrs., Kenny Turner the U. S Navy. I linnwn olaluinnt. l by through named, Court .and] cnuni. wait 1 you you< lOP "hnll l'.. piiDllaliertncu ) I ; 1, II 7'27
I unilot" or au lust' It. ('hlrauoPlot r"riihur' ti>' eerys a envy of lift
Station here ere |
home honoring Cheryl 27 at the Naval Air and daughter returned! Visitors here of Mrs Doro- Ida Assoclotlen. who.e"wmb..ra. your inawer 01, pleading. thinmplalnt "I "'"'"n welt foe" flue oonauriitle -
Wilkinson and Barbara God Hospital in Jacksonville. Ma- last week from Texas where thy Miller doling the past iiurtm, bUNIO.eMetitx tin the Plaintiff H AI- wetka 1 l In, the- BradfordiMimlv
Uy Mrs. A. C. Slmle win on their birthday Games ternal grandparents are Mr. making their I three weeks were Mr. and des. ng r<>I pr..iionlatlviiH.l office toruey ll..n,, L.CX Green' 133. N'I Ti'lea-raph title. llh" day Of .lulyM ,

Phone 289-4491 were played during the partyhours I i I and Mrs. Everett Moj.er and home for the past several Ronnie Miller of Washington. known.and Plxoa' and nt all unknown buNlnexe,
TfTTTTTTVTTTVTVVVTTTTTBIUTlinAY and refreshments served paternal grandparents are Mr months and are living in the D C.. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller h>'. llirouiih.' unilur or fire (if the flerk of tin ('irull' IS,, :. 1. l/Alar
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to the KUests and Mrs. Sam RaybuI'11 all of former J, W. Page house. Cathy, Axtell. Nancy Ax- ago lust! nulil, Chliuuo. Florida Court nn in" teenier" tin IHI doe

FARTY I NEW ARRIVAL ,, Lafayette Ind Mr and Mrs. Maurice Mof- tell. Cassie Axtell. Rutfv and AMIUeialinn.Aitso to oath, of thn following' DRIVEIBOl'EN
"Mrs Oscar Wilkinson and Mr and Mrs. Harold RaySTALLING'S !I BRIDAL SHOWER fet and son. Don. left the first Randy Axtell all of Harvey.
I Miss Harriet Dccse bride of last week for their home in Ill.Mr. dcml, rxckimon or alive" and to-wlt If: married RdwnrclX This pleasure trip will do you good SUNDOWN:'
Kaimel. Ind. after a -vacation and Mrs Ray Markumof bin unknown Npfuse, Thomas J -
elect was honored recently
I here with Mr. and Mr\j\ Dave Jacksonville were Sunday I fiuirln, Cad If nutrrled hla. unknown -
with a Jjrldal shower at the IIDOIINa| JpnnMtv. M Hurrln ADMISSION
Mis Wilkinson. Coverdale and son. The> Mof- afternoon visitors of Claude and if umrrleil" her unknown I'
CORNER home of Oscar .l Adults 75e Students 60e
fet family were Sunday dinner Qreen HpouMK. c C.: HntrlHKriisniun .. 1 EO"1j\ I'
Oames were played guests of Mr and Mrs John NOTICEA I II I, Illll Frank Omiirnr Children Under 12 Free
refreshments served after the and IF married his unknown
honored guest opened: her North and family. Revival Is scheduled to Hpoim, n. R.|| Alden, and Gi !
OASIS LOUNGEYour Mrs. Bill Robinson' and start Sunday. July 30 at the If married hlH unknown "i>i''tii' many lovely and useful gifts. 'If alive and If any of them bo \ \.l TIIURS., FRI., SAT.
PERSONALS daughter. Marsha of Milliard Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Rev. dead. then to the unknown llvInir I
JULY 13 11 15
spent last week here with her Connie Johnson of Mldoleburg! devla'e.. h..lm. ranteelfiratui .. ,
CLOSEST Spot For Claude North received emergency Waters. will >H, II.nnr.r..d, I""'., and Double Feature Program
treatment last week at mother, Mrs Dorothy be conducing/ services othei, dalmantH. II lid",. or RESORTFALL
LIQUOR, WINES BEER Mr and Mrs. Vince Taylor nightly. Everyone try and attend aitaliiHt ouch such iluc...a>ud (lefi -
St Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville -
last weekend .
and family spent
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. but has Improved at to nil unknown PomonaI'lHliiilnir .
Mr. and
with Truck Kills Man
in Jacksonville
this wilting any Int..r..t, In or lien IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIEST! Enjoy the peace!
Friday and Saturday. 9 A.M. 2 A.M\ Mrs Leon Fraser and chil- Mrs. Oble Taylor and family.and I East Of Maxvllle on ford the County following Florida lands, to-wit In Brad: and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn .
Mrs James Coleman Jonathan D. Sboddaid 21. The. Northwest restful wonderfulfood.
of Quarter of the crisp, cool days: refreshing nights
Michelle and
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST :3 I FIFTHS dren. Ronnie family spent last week in of Jacksonville died Saturday Northeast Quarter (NWV4 of Come back feeling fresh as a breeze. If you likactivlty'therc's
Jacksonville wen Saturday mother.Mis. : NE'i!:\ ) of Sci-tlon 22. Tnwnnhlp
Avon Park with her afternoon after a hit and run
afternoon visitors of Mr. and 0 South Hang a 23 tenet. bv square dancing: horseback riding, craft: The
OR QUARTS Viola Giddens.Mr. accident two miles east of through, iindnr or against, each pinking, wilderness puck trips bear and boar hunts, boat. '
Mrs Avory Slade and family. and Mrs. Don Hchelson': here on Noimandy Blvd The find every nald known named" furnished Rates ; explosivestory
8 !Ml. South of Starke on U. S. 301 Slade I ('h,... A and Clam. B dnfendanta' log fishing-lots more cottages, lodge.
Mr Mrs
and Avorv and family of Jacksonville accident was reported to have you and each "u-f you are hereby lower after September IS-less crowded. For reservation'sl / / h-
.. and, family were Sunday were last Sunday visitors here occurred at 5:43: a. m when a notified thai a suit HUB. been
,:wr4, :' ;:"'.. : :;" :"t Jf .' :- ,' :" :: ..: :"-- afternoon visitors In Hampton of Mrs. Myrtle Coleman and west bound truck pulled to the brought. nualnnt. you and. .1I.'h of l 498-2211, (l of a guys
.. you by I C. Priivatt. .Jr and
--- --- son Weekend guestsof Mrs side of the road and then' llenavleve Prevult his wife, anUlalntlffH Send for with a

Coleman were Mr and Mrs I sped away. Stoddard was and also. avalnat. FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept DB, Fontana Village, N.C. "
B, F Coleman and daughterof found In the road about the and their Margaret im-varcarnrrH Fetch Atoll hlH"Futoh wits. j guitar

Jacksonville same spot where the truck Van Fntf'h and) Helen. 'III..h bin. and
Ray Coleman of Proving had pulled off. wife. Mm. Ijiry. R Kulth Milan. t
J, Futfh. Melvin Ii Pnlili and 1i' I I .; GUTS !
I Ground. Md. arrived here last Stoddard received head< injuries :Mildred Flitch to partlllnn. thu Serving Florida i
week for a 30 day visit. with and multiple broken above d..clh..cl lands. I 1.etweonaald i '
his mother Mrs. Edith Coleman bones in the accident. The plaintiffs and ,their .Baldroparcernerii ii Since 1930
and wild) Class Adafrndiinta
frr t' : ( "*IiftDS1i4Lr'' I After his visit here, he I Ii victim never regained coruicl- and to auhlni theInterrets cfloridd fJ.eeting Se"ce tintI'M'M'aC I RITTERC
.A i Is expected' to leave for one outinessStoddaid. nf all on-I pari>erner. loan ..! i -
equitable lien In favor oflilnlntlffa
,, year duty In Viet Nam. of 6214 FtukSt. and catlfv Mil inline" ; 1 P' .Ir1Ie.ICordially"' ........... IJSONNYJAMES''
Miss Marlou Cooper of Jacksonville had spent the fri'm Ihn proi*"odii of day par'
Illlnn side. and to quiet I the tiLl 4 freoliYOUNatj1uAETTAI.YNN'/
Hampon ,visited recently with night/ here at the home of a .f Haiti.. .pia muffs. their laid. uoparcernera I
Y;; Mr and Mrs. Avory Slntle and brother-in-law and sister Mr. and' wild. (Maaii. A d.ndanla ... -
'" 1 li> sold. ., lanilH. nicalnalthn Mrs. Carolyn .
family on her return trip and Mrs. D. F. Griffin and! .
rlirht till'
Inti'irt-t lienand '
home from Jacksonville after had: apparently left the Orlf- claim of enrh. said,) ClawH II'' Eaves ll i Welcomes I POBTIR AGONER:
spending; several days with her fin home alone on foot short fmdanta, and yin: an;i herebynuninii J neprcntaUve;!! I
uncle and Mr. and Mrs. ly before >navd and leiitilrfil to, nn ,I I %thU"Y aR3TERs
L aunt the accident
; occurred >r before AUMUBI H, 10H7 air I'h. 061-5M2 You and Your 1A
.. J. T Hendry 1'1)n1" answer or other defense. to 122 N, Hay St. family to Your 59 '"
slid, Cult. In the off Ii'.. of I Ihirlerh PNENNIYOUNGMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson of aald' Court at Starki. Starke New Home I
: iADuT4i and family of Jacksonvilleand Florida. and to servo copi' *
.iR u a there of upon lalntlffH attornIVH. it
t Mr. and:' Mrs Drew Wil- A Classified Ad In the TELE Theron .
A Yawn and Hollix
kinson recently returntd from CRAPII !brings result, V, Knight'. whoae. address, la I* The State of f Florida

n vacation trip to Tennessee I O. .Drawer. I", Slaikv, ., Florldnotherwlse AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ...._"..

( a a8t e North Carolina and South I' T1n., f'iiKiir iinr l> "nmpliilnt the will allea-atlona be taken .of. con th !H Is Our Desire! To Make You Feel' Welcome;, and
,T r 4z1 r Carolina. While there, they "M' ) .*'011 nit titroiiii tot \- fe..m.d\ bv; you To Acquaint You With Your City.
:+v( rC' '" visited Lookout Mountain IV, .'IMIIIltt' It IM hereby; ordered, thai 1 1Ihl.
IIVIIt'IIO\ In. Notlie hall be nul.llxhcil
Oreat Smoky Mountain, Oat- vsI.: ,",fl. loll' one*. a weik fur the next. ,i
llnburg and Chattanooga J r. I'llIlVATT.: .1 IK .ana wits ,'nnep'ull'.vl."klor!; Issues ofTho If you are new in the area a phone I
CJBNUYIUVU PUKVATT, Brad turd County Tel'ogre pha
Jeffery Whittemore cf War- flulntlffs, qualified, : newspaper 'I puhllHhud I -I call will bring you a prompt tisit)
siw! Ind. !grandson o: Mrs. vs.MHL.VI.V.. In Hiadford l (fountv I'lnrlda.
": 11. I-'UTCH. KT A I*. !und having general circulation'
Dorothy Miller underwent J)eiidtuilMOrilrr \ In Meld l CountyVltnenn from your local hostess.: :' Please give
"''Ill'RelY recently in Fort nf Publlrnllon' und \..tI"r \ my bund MX Clerk i.f
Want ? Atlas <>( lIIuU In ... 1s..., at 'hr said( circuit' 4ju art end the Hen I I and i'
to start something Try an battery.K. Wayne Ind. !Mint! of 'litrUlu. 'Jut of said' Court at Starke Bradford her a call! She has map maayfree
A basket dinner was held The following' : County ''Florida this 3rd -- PLUS -
rinnn. A defendants. the unknown lay of July 10117. and wonderful sifts for you
Saturday afternoon at the liclrn' doVI..o l ; KrnnteeHIricatnvH .. (rmruiT[ ,roirriT !'I F.\LI)
home of Mrs Dorothy Miller. II..nors. creditors and /fharlea. A tiarhvAa I from local businesses. I gON.iIIpNNUIMItYfNkOTRUNPROAC1M1A! !
Mrs. other claimant by, through un- .I..k irf Circuit Court of
Plxtv-four relatives of .
G. AGENT clir in HKHlnnl' .ash: Lacy KKutih. liradford. County Florida SANDRA DEE
.DUNCAN Miller's were on hand for the '10.1. livid Fnt n'. deceased -1 T/8 4t 7/8TJ
occasion. enih lute of GEORGE HAMILTON

STARKE, FLA. I STANDARD I Mr: and' Mrs. Larry Brown I! nugh Pravatt.County ilecnuHuil 1'Morlila, K., 11111000'-1 In (.InBit",0'1'1l'.1 TO Iou: ,ItF.FF..n'. llr."

and family of California. are : vatt deceased ana l'"nl\tF. lorliln.' In (' "-.
OIL I visiting Mrs. Brown' mother( Futcn, also known Cane No. 11 Florida Theatre
ae Oertrurto Flitch. lI..cea..cl.l cm'11 EDNA rnAnroiini.' L. ('
Mrs Dorothy Miller. The I .late of Uratlford County Flor, tiff v.. MARION IjEaoV VOn -

TRADEMMrlC CHCVHftN: BtStCN! "A">rM ffK-"ATU3"RIO 0 *.!PAT.ep...ATLAS SUPPLY' CO. Brown family left Wednesday ida.And I to .tlic following I Cluws. B NOrifTJ 1'11. Defendant ..
'" of this week for two in TO APPJOAR 1 7QO
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I \ the operation until after vaca- oounty Jiidgn of Bradford County torney, or It will become. voidaccording I fltark, Florida I ford County Florid, upon
J -..-. I Florida In the courthouse atHtarke ti ,law., | sRat 'N13NOTIPI6 proof 01 1I01.>1I1'atlon of this notice
; SAMPLE BALLOT tion with those who make Florida, within ilx calendar June 13. 1967.Catherine I the.rlctlUoue name.of. TUB
month.. from the date of Uyal' ,
I "mountain dew. ) or INTflMTION' "'0R'CUt'l'F.1& IXJNUHOli.N HESTAI.rKANT U..
Let's GofBGardening the tint publication of thin no. hued TriomaaCtiBxeoutrlrHH >: FICTITIOI'H'" NAME H. 1(1)1( ) South. StarKe. Fla
j SPECIAL ELECTION Aside from learning from tice. Rach claim or demand must ,, of the Estate Notice In. hereby riven that JR''''.. H Earnest. P. O. Boy
be In and Alice H. Starling Roblna..a.aIa
wrltlnir must itatrthn
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the mountain men the technique the undernlgrnad under the Pro- 4. Utarke, Fin. enle owner
and Alien it.
place or reHldtmce poet Starling vMorm. of Chapter 10,058 &awaof Dated this 3rd day' of JUry A.
of using dry oak for office address of the claimantand deceaend.THOMAS <1. ,
I Starke Bradford County Florida Florida, Ants o-f 11)41. wr'llr P. 1997. at Starke, Bradford
smokeless fires, you might set must be sworn to by the : ft: PIERCE) "/frl.ter with the Clerk of theClr1t County Florida.
the spirit of the protect by claimant, his agent or hu at 20.1-5/ North Temple An. Court In and for Brad 1/9 4tp 7/2T

JULY 18, 1967 Imaglnglng that the stump represents -
., Editor!:
By Bervey 8n! rp certain friends and

Initials of Issuing Florida Agricultural KxtoiMlon you are giving them, a week-

No." ___ Official" Service long hotfoot. The Ultimate in Electric Portables
_*_ .._ It your gardening antics vex, Some gardeners who lack Initiative

I ,the neighbors into doing a, get to the mountainswith .
". "slow burn you have the aptitude -' the spirit and forget
to rid your lot ot unwanted -i About the stump.
stumps. s
----------- ------ ------ If this be
., Signature of ElectorSAMPLE Slow burning Is an Ideal I consider may hiding your your case local Q. SHOULD WE ELECTRA' zoBROADSHOULDERED TO SEE AND TRY IN A

way of banishing stumps from 1 fallings by planting tallgrowing '.GET AM ELECTRIC SMITH-CORONA. COME IN

I., the yard. annuals like marigolds or TODAY, AND SEE WHY
; : .\ First, survey the vebtlge of zinnias. OR A PORTABLE. ? ELECTRICPORTABLE : ONLY 5MI'TII-CORONA OFFERS .
the tree and approach It from -FOR YOUR OFFICE
BALLOT Other methods of YOU ALL
Its weakest side. That Is, try i AT HOME-by SMITH-CORONA*, THESE
... eradication Include letting "R ASSURANCES
to select the side with the
; SPECIAL ELECTION fewest main roots. carpenter ants chomp the Here's a perfect example of Smith- '
wood to bits hiring a professional Corona's master craftsmanship! A com
Next start digging a hole to extract the built into hand- .pi .. 's .
> ", 'Starke. Bradford County, Florida side eyesore plete electrio typewriter a __
toward 'China along the
.. or let nature rot it out. some portable. So many: .conveniences: t.J,
., of the stump. inexpensive Changeable Type ** for languages SLwa.a..A",--- .
,. JULY 18, 1967 If the contour of the root Summer Chorea science and math, Pago Gage ToW, ,
..' GUARANTEEi Smith/*
Any "
system won't fit the spade or : ,iv'Y, .,' jeweled main bearing automatic electric Corona branch office will
: Initials of Issuing hoe. then use water pressure Renew' the mulch around 'f A w,' ,' ,' repeat actions even electric shift and replace without, chr(_
I "" : ; :.' : OffIcIalr from a hose to placerminethe woody ornamentals. Mulchesare EASYI, ( spacing. It has, everything plus a 12 @ except l for labor andSMICII"ONAe .
:r '. No. : *'1L: .J...- ': stubborn dirt from among Important on sandy soils ,to.> ; carriage: for king-site j 0 b. hipping prove* detective) any part within that
,\' the roots. because the decaying materials 'G"' S years of pure h...data.

: If necessary chop away the' add row-power to soil. ....'.ELECTRICS, .',, 00 No I.bor day* charge of purchase.Warranty within. .
t: ., roots that prevent making :a Mulches also conserve soil\ -; POIITABlUr, ,.,' ,\'. h. eovar*all" part*

hole at least 18 Inches deep. moisture, discourage weeds .:',".<''\';!-.". 't, ,,..;'f>'{ ;, This ill-steel, vinylclad'carrying case pASNTS' .part xcapt.,energy motor' eall rubbar or.charger
keep the soil cooler and the is at additional I charge! .. ,
If the stump does not havea .J t' < yours no e after to day*
'. plant roots happy. Often '<\>' .. Doss not cover damage"
." tap root you can use the mulches prevent excessive 'I'> ; \:.. from accident or misuse
SAMPLE BALLOT "long squirt" setting of the ," "f f,...F+ Q and. extend only' 14 orl*.'
build-up of worm-like nematodes V t a, Inal'
garden hose to drill a draft j, ,1"\\ ? ownar.

*' SPECIAL ELECTION hole underneath, the stump to roots. that Also, mulching prey on allows plant Yes,we carry a complete selection
the opposite side of the fire
hole. you to add value to your gar- could want lY of models; colors and type st\leslt
ri It's true! Everything you
Starke, Bradford County, Florida den rather than to the heap
.' Next keep a small hot, for the trash truck.It in an electric typewriter-the speed $10 Gift ,Certificate To ]

smokeless smoldering fire in touch .
the professional
JULY is time to root azalea ease, '
; 18 1967 and
For the bottom faster of results the stump keep hole.the hibiscus cuttings. Tip cuttings are all in .this stylish! Smith-Cojgna., ; ,, 'I,,1967 Graduates ,On Any; *

..'. -about three or four Incheslong .. Portable Over $100; ; \
To vote for electing or appointing the City Clerk and fire coals crunched down :
of half-ripened good give
Chief of Police mark a cross (X) of your choice, in against the stump roots. best results. The standard

", the square at the RIGHT of your choice. Don't annoy the neighbor method of propagation Is to
hood with a smoke screen place cuttings with four or five
;: VOTE FOR ONE unless you are seeking revenge leaves on them In sand: et an BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

.. from amateurs who odor up angle so leaves are In contact
""'" the block with a mixture of with the sand surface. Keep .'

DO I starter fuel charcoal andburned the sand moist and! covered .. .
THE CITIZENS ELECTING \ steaks. with cheesecloth to keep the' - -- ---- -- -- -- -- -- ---.I
The smoke from the stump air around the leaves moist.

'pit should be so hazy that it To save the chore of dally BADCOCK HAS A STYLE FOR EVERY BUDGET AND TASTE

DO YOU 'FAVOR TIlE CITY COUNCIL will not attract the eye of he tending and watering the cuttings -

APPOINTING THE CITY CLERK AND revenue officer. I use a. constant mist

CHIEF OF POLICE If your fire Insists belching head attached to a garden
forth smoke, consider delaying hose. 4L'I!
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In re: Estate ofAMCH
,I KOIilNSUN: e a I
akAI.ICE. tl. STARLING.dec"u."d. ,

NOT1CH creditors. Tit of('It the M01'MIIlKAll ; estate. of ic*: .--' 'Ese ..,

"Alice 11. Starling Riibinann a/lc/a
Alice H. marling, deceased. are "9 ",
hereby notified mid required tv Q'r t' i
i tile any rlalnm or demand
r wliluh., they may have atraln ., '
said estate In tlm office of the -. All( "
... .. "
,. I 1a ""ry r'IS

FOAM CUSHION 2 PIECE SUITE 1 -mob.'""" ,7r

Spacious 3 Cuihion Sofa With Matching Arm Chair, n -e b r 1
Covered In Durable Fabric and Expertly Styled and '
:MlevM D laned. You'll Appreciate the "Cloud Salt" Foam ''.; ,ty t ,,,,,,.
Cuihir.na.! There ii a Color to Enrich Your Home. -u? '' .
BOATmotor Iron. Attractive Brocade Cover 95f a i n P

I SOFA and CHAIR ..... ... .. ...... ... JO DOWN' $3 A WCIK:

I APPOINT liability coviragi-

1- all in our bootawners:! policy!


The City Clerk and Chief of Police ? I i Merrill Williams H. iw ,' ... ''!j'._,..,,';.:.,;:. .;

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Walnut Si.Phone \
Only 3 out of' 331 Florida Cities have the same elective system .- --...--.......,;;:- .., \ .. '
!i .0):;',"; ........:. ..., -J.---'' lit" ,'-.

1 that 'we' have. Through increased efficiency in the City's opera 964.5391 ,."... .. ._ .J

ation it would be possible to LOWER LIGHT BILLS! I "fr ti ; r LUXURIOUS NYLON FRIEZE; 2 pc. SUITE" : ,"
.I Slop Arm Sofa With Matching Chair,lunury Wi lMn"reer* ,.. ,IlL
e COLORSeauty.. Isouhlul long Wearing. Myles frlete Coven.tevenlMe. -".. .
i WYir .. .0 page "Clovd Soh"room C hlew. $1 58 00' tll RCylN1

Hoyol SOFA and CHAIR ......................... '$2,50 A WUIr"<
$,.,.farm ftt..,,,f r.u.It'f Cnmp.ny Or.nplS
No qualifications be placed on the offices of City Clerk and ,.. .. '4
can Ham Off" Btnomtngton.' lltmotf Gold .i e a.Mll/r' ....It rw j.""":" t(

2. Chief of Police at the present time. If they were appointive \PL -
: ''l tl
QUALIFICATIONS COULD bo placed on the jobs. ( ,

? t. Q

I If the two jobs were appointive, the RESPONSIBILITY for -

3 good government would be placed squarely on the City Council

where it belongs. We are losing our voice on the City Council 1 t i .
rt ;t r lei 't'r
when they tell us "it isn't our fault." If the City Clerk and '.'rw r :}i

Chief were APPOINTED we would then have more voice in S. I ..

government through our vote for that body. Ask / Ix .

Charley The Heritor of The "OUSooth ,. t "i .
E. COLORS, Hand Pleated B.cuH Tufted Back With 2 Round BaMsnan yefe.i S4 !, J
The APPOINTIVE SYSTEM would reduce the dissension which -Gold Rich MdttlaiM Brocade Co..,.Revertible 9"Foam T-T-Cuihion t .+.{{ l ,
4 is being widely publicized throughout our area and reflects on Johns !/ Blue SOFA ... .. ..... .*199"' -, CHAIR.- .7..t.991? +' ,

entire city.VOTE .
our About this question:,

"A glorious week at a Ski
Resort! An expensive 3 PC. Tuxedo ..._
laaana 0........arsefasrrrr ..
FOR GOOD-GOVERNMENT beach hotel in Miami a .a 1 lI't"lty.' Me.d. ."..,... Tipts'J
complete new, fashionable S I x Sofa ting./ Keund '.1,,.,.. .irrleei
; fnomSectional iuIsck. ,fer Iicep.onef .
wardrobe. I got the bills "
/ Comfort,laxurleue..
for them, but someone else ; ,Pay *).50 cede c.e.ver.. a0lfea.y
TO APPOINT OUR CITY enjoyed them on my credit L : :*: A Week $39993 Merlne ene* Mve,

card! Does the Charley E. ,
V 01 E
CLERK AND CHIEF OF POLICEPAID Johns Agency provide insurance
to cover the misuse -

of mv credit card if
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E. JohnsAgency

128 S. Walnut St. Phone 96.jS2stn.rman ::

I 131 R.? Walnut St. Willis Owner Hill Wilson,.Manager ,-
| PHONE 964-5070
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': ,.
_ Annual Membership Drive Set

r July 27 By Chamber of CommerceThe
,, p''x''; : :; -
It.G ,
1b annual membership driveof ation of land use maps "is
The Issue Next : '
Tuesday the Bradford Chamber of time-consuming," and handed
July 1 10, 1D6 Commerce will bo launched credit to Tax Assessor Gene

"It: 1 is: unfortunate that an issue ences of opinion on every issue Dear Editor: Thursday, July 27, Membership Long and his staff for preparation
How about $300 an :hour) for Chairman Clyde TerwUle- of the ma. JI.
,important"" as that which will become constant and chronic, then ,
your gar announced Thursday, July Committee Member
tie decided at the polls next Tues- something is obviously wrong. COUNTY fAH Recently one of our very 6, at a Board of Governors Torode echoed Roberta' praise

day should be determined on the The fact that a vast majorityof .,, : prominent local doctors: billed luncheon meeting1.' of Assessor Long, saying he
basis of emotions and personalities. Florida cities, with the same us $5 for a mere telephone At least 30 members will be did "90 per cent of the work"In

'. type government as Starke, do call to obtain a prescriptionrefill. needed to participate in the supplying: information for
:;The real issue should be: what have appointive clerks and chiefs ,. ,,. !. drive, TerwUlegar said. He the maps. Long's knowledge of
f is best for the City of Starke. of police would tend to indicate We have always paid Dr.- plans to canNas the county aerial photographs of the
In full for
every visit while in with 10 teams of two men each county have proved invaluablein
rjn some pre-election discussions, they have found this system best. his office.I plus other: contacts. Businesses determining the use of the
jtfrangely! this seems to be the As for the argument that three jL found out through a druggist and individual prospective lands.

matter of least concern. councilmen would "control the '-' i I friend that this cuuld member have received letters, Ernie Pats manager of the

lOf:: primary concern, judging by city government," we can see % )I'# a r have been avoided simply by ha said, and should ,b. prepared Starke branch of the Independent

Street: corner" talk' are such nothing wrong with that. If we getting the pharmacist to look fur the drive. Telephone Corp. of
through his office files.
The drive will be launched Florida, appealed to the Boardmember.
momentous matters as : are afraid to trust the councilmenwe Three cheers for the hard-
t. ridr after a !breakfast meeting on to the
> support present
!"I'm against it because soandSIr elect, it is a reflection on the working druggist!! July 27 at the Garden Restau. federal excise law. Excise

Is fot it"I ." voters who elect them, and the t I \_. ___.__ 'q Is It any wonder to any rant. taxes on phone bills now are
don't want our city govern- best thing to do is get rid of them .J4M1IIe-t: 'J : ..pflI ': j51? right-thinking person why so In other action at the Board 10 per cent, but under the

i raent'in the hands of three council- and elect some we are willing to r-. many of us go somewhere:; else meeting: present law would ltA reduced
to trade?
men." trust, as soon as possible. Manager fete NovaK announced to one per cent in 1968 and
L r i- -jrn On another matter are you that Joann Scott, run eliminated
entirely in 1069. A
-"I think they're just trying; to Many may feel that the two ; good citizens of Starke going/ 'ner-up In the Strawberry move Is afoot to change the
put so-and-so out of office." men now holding j to entrust all local city
the posts are : your Queen contest here and winner present law and retain the federal
"1 don't want to well affairs to three or four councilmen of the
give up any qualified for their positions, Newberry Watermelon tax on phone ,bills. Patz
ojf my voting rights.Of ." while others may feel this is de ? I hope not I Festival contest will representthe said. Excise taxes on. Items

course, everyone is entitled batable. But regardless of per- Walter Sincerely II Lee, Chamber in the Florida such as luggage has already

to his or her opinion on the matter sonal feelings, the fact remains Crown August Council 26, Beauty Contest been removed.

of whether it is best for the that these two men will not always Dear Editor: The ulber's books, 'are In Patz area also phones reported and that noisein

/iCity of Starke to elect or appoint hold these posts and, indeed, While no one these days "real fine shape," Auditor Neil to reach an operator at Inability times

Its'City. Clerk and Chief of Police. might be defeated in the very next needs to be informed about Tucker said in a verbal report. had '''been caused by a faulty

There are substantial arguments election by the rankest amateurs the virtues of the Fifth He said a written report wouldbe transformer and will be corrected

on, both 'sldea. 'these should be in city government. We could find Amendment; of a shrill or the"Police great brual-efficacy !- The ready later this month. 'but that. It took several

careful/! weighed and decision ourselves with these Bradford-Union Voca-- days to trace the trouble to
two important ityl', here are a few equally tional-Technical Training Its
iriade on that basis, rather than positions held by persons who Important rights which ur School construction is progressing The source.Chamber Board

the basis of personalities and apPeals are utterly without qualification villagers may not realize that : on schedule, Supt. Tom resolution, supporting passeda local

: to emotion instead of reason- for the posts. Such a catastrophe, they possess. They should not Casey reported. phone service /between Keystone
: be Overlooked.
.2 ,
Ing. of course could County Zoning Committee
not happen if the Right No. 1 Heights and Starke upona
: To avoid paying Chairman
:::Anyone who has attended Coun posts were appointive.For utility bills for six months George Roberts reported motion by Charles Sawyer.
In The You Look committee la
Way At It workIng The resolution will be sent. to
that [
or longer] without
meetings even occasionally reason we would like now on coordinating the ''Southern Bell
the past few years knows that to approach the issue with the a off of the service" providedyou City of Starke's zoning program )- Independent Telephone Telephone Corp.Co.,

something has been badly wrong long range in view, rather than the "vote right. The rest of with the county's pro- and the Florida Public Utilities

Two-Week populace should! be delighted
jfcr relations between the City the immediate situation which Supply to assume the whole posed one. He said the. repar- Commission

Clerk and the Council. We would cannot, of course, be entirely NEWS And NOTES :I Of Food ShouldBe burdenat 'higher rates for .A !

not attempt to lay the blame in divorced from emotions and per- Kept In Home everything: of course. 25 Years Vince Beard. Buel Crawford
tb.'Jap of anyone nerson. or sonalities. For rI' Right No. 2To: allow! an Ago Luther E. Wilson D. R. Storey.
-- Today's HomemakersBy
group of persons. We've been In the meanwhile : If a hurricane or other disaster honest hardworking/ town Also Morris Jackson, Mike j'
| council to Dew .
should shoulder heavy responsibilities Pleasant Oasklns,
around long enough to ,know that all of those who profess to be so Martha Sue McCain '. strike how would: wlhout any By Alice :McGarveyBratdiforrf Schneider. Joe Artie I
you and your family fare Robblns Al
\there are two sides to every argu- concerned about any..loss. of "vot- County Extension food you have In the house on? authority to cope with grave County? was. varyproud Kay- d--.I.t.- -.--.-. _alA.__,.w..... ""h.u..v.., ........ rJ
ment, and both sides may sincere- ing rights" will turn out at the Home Economics Agent Now is the time to stock, up irregularities (such as No. I of .its; June-1042-- -sale--of Jr., Charles Pender. Luther t'

Iy"leel that they are right. polls next Tuesday and give us with ample food- before you above] affecting the pocketbook War Bonds and Defense Lennon Frank Hemingway
..;But when matters reach the 75 or 80 per cent vote of need It.Nutritionist. of every tax-paying- Stamps. It more than doubled Rudolph Chlsm andi Jacn. Sale.

stage where there is little or, no registered, rather than those TIME FOR COFFEE BREAKA with the Flor- zen and! the fture [if any] of the month's quota of $23,400 Also In service were: Albert
25 or the town as a progressive, attractive Kruse, B. H.
ida with total
a McMullen.
prepared Extension of 50080. Arthur
Cooperation among those'who 30 per cent that good cup of coffee means pans and bake 25 to Postmaster -
must work themselves usually concern hospitality' cheer and warmth 30 minutes.. Service advise every family to communly. Fred F. Stump said Angelo. Sgt. Ralph Hicks
interest together for the best in special elections of of friendship. To make a good Note< : It using plain flour either build up or keep a two- Right No. 3: To wink at this did not Include the Law- Arthur Swanbora Johnnie

of the City, and differ- this kind. cup of coffee does not have to add 2V4 teaspoons baking week supply of regular fOOd! In growing vandalism committedby tey report. which had not yet Torruella Ernest McCall Ray
the home at all your children and mine on been Lemelin, Lt. M. c.
be a trial and error procedure. powder and one-fourth teaspoon times or assemble received. Futch.
Consistently good coffee can salt.COFFEE and maintain a special any and all property, with Arthur Owens, Lt. R. O. Kldd I
I be made by following a few CAKE SQUARES two-week stockpile of food. great expense to property Before the country had a Elmer Thomas, and Herbert
Some Rather Fiaht Than Switch simple rules.sta.rt Follow basic butter cake re Stockpile foods should be Incans owners, the city, the courts radar. warning system the Harris.
MM1. with a coffeemakerthat cipe. Put batter into two pie- jars, or tightly sealed and finally to the State. only protection from surprise John Godwin, Leonard Kin:
-And 'now we've heard is sparkling clean. Wash pared 8-inch square pans. Before paper containers. Select foods Rlgh No. 4: To contributeso enemy attack was by sightingof chen. Harry Green, Capt. Win
every-, a letter from the Advisory Committee that materially to the growth of J. Shanley-,
tting! with soap and Water to remove baking, sprinkle the top will last for months their planes. A civilian arm Dan Harley, Dan
chairman suggesting thatit the coffee oils which of the batter with mixture without refrigeration or can Juvenile delinquency that your of the' U. S. Army Aircraft Middle ton Ralph RhOdes Sat.i
:Headlines In' a Clay County might be a good time to change coat the Inside of the coffee below.. be eaten with little or no school reaches rock bottom in Warning System was formed A. W. Anderson, Jr.. W. C.'

newspaper last week proclaimed: his registration (since his term pot. Occasionally clean the in CINNAMON NUT TOPPING cooking. prestige and in the quality of and the Chief Observer for Rhoden, Sidney Oriffis, and

3CIRK ASKS SWITCH IN REGISTRATION was expiring) and that such action side of the pot with a fine Three tablespoons sugar! 2 Take *Into consideration the education afford that which Industry It attemptsto Starke was H. A. Carlton. Inman Green.
FOR APPOINT- would abralve such as baking; soda. tablespoons butter or margarine needs and preferences of family seeking Both Starke and Lawtey
MENT." "please the Governor. Be sure that the coffee LfreMi 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 members. Familiar foods new locations takes one long agreed to erect a tower and By the end of the week 1(
The letter said ,that a switch in are likely to be look and passes us by. man them people had
and of the prooer grind teaspoon nutmeg, one-half cup more accept- with volunteers. volunteered! to
,I:,:.The article went on to say that registration was not a "prerequi for the coffee-maker. Coffee chopped nuts.Combine able in times of stress. Right No.5: To vote on Business firms gave materials. man the airplane-spotting

rrefusal by Democrats to site" to appointment. But when deteriorates rapidly after It is all Ingredients In your reserve food supply Tuesday, July 18, to :perpetuate citizens gave their time and tower In Starke when it was

switch their registration to Re- the member replied, in effect, opened, so keep It tightly covered with fingertips and sprinkle Include evaporated or nonfat the and present state of affairs donated money .from ten cents erected.
pttblican ranks has resulted in that he'd rather than to preserve freshness. over batter. Bake about 25 ,dry milk or whole dry milk; thus Insure that to $5. The Lawtey tower was
fight Starke
switch will
four of ten nominations his Know the kind of grind toblU' minutes. After cooling for 10 commercially canned! meat be a town where built by J. I.. Harrell, Sr. with Changes MadeIn
our best
name was those mis- young people will Not
poultry, assistance
for minutes cooked dry from Dave Shuford
Clay your coffee maker. For remove layers from ,
County Development Commission sing from the care to stay. Just put X Two-Party
subsequent list ofannofnteea. percolator use a regular pans and cut in squares at beans, and peas; canned fruit your Soldier Davidson Bobby Plum-

being held up by Gov. _rnnd. drtnoIILto--__H____,... u"_"_"_ o._ "_'1'ln servlnll Mm, and vegetables and juices and have in the right spot and! you will mer. Billy Burney R. W, Political Set-up
Claude R. Kirk." this statement In another case, no objectionwas grind For a vacuum-style coffee or- dried fruit; cereals and baked er this helped materially! to fur- Mo Iey, Frank Camp Jr. and ,

was. attributed to Ralph L. made .to the switch maker use a fine or drip goods. Including crackers, worthy cause. To paraphrase Rev. Fuller who was chief ob- A bill revamping Florida's'
proposal, a bit: Apre's noW la
Thomas, chairman of the Gover- and the appointment grind. Inventory Tax cookies, canned breads steam- de'lulle. server.A pollt1Ci11 party- structu.__ _H_.*_ tn_
nor's Advisory Committee in Clay through pronto. came Always use freshly) drawn To Be ReducedIn mixes med' puddings and cake flour -A Disheartened Citizen provide more flexibility durIng -
County.The !Water to make coffee. Hot marcaronl. spaghetti group of Boy Scouts under election campaigns in a
Since several appointments to water may have a somewhat Two StagesA and noodles; spreads for; bread the leadership of Scoutmaster two-party state, cleared the
:: paper predicted that the Bradford County boards and commissions "flat" taste, as it Is not as and crackers such as cheese- Cane Pole Fishing Rev. Chas. H. Allen, Legislature last week.

same problem may take its toll are upcoming in the next Aerated as cold water. Water bill cutting Florida's Inventory spreads peanut and nut butters Again Escapes spent a week at Camp Echo- Supporters of the bill said

among three nominees to the Clay few months. we are wondering if from the hot water tap may tax from 103 to 25 jam. jelly, marmalade ckotee near Orange Park. Lyle It would expedite political
Memorial Hospital Board whore these have collected! minerals from per cent of the value of a preserves honey syrup, apple License Fee Anderson earned two merit party organization at the
switch-for-appointment tactics the hot water tank and when merchant's stock-in-trade and other fruit butter. relish basics, life saving and lowing. state local and nalonnl levels.
announced at a GOP'" fundraising are a statewide policy of the combined with the coffee In passed the Florida Legislature catsup, rnusard. The "inalienable right" for The other Second Class Scouts The main changes would In.

; dinner in' Orang" Park in Kirk administration, or something the brewing process may produce last week and was sent to You should Include fats and man, woman, or child to fish were Jerome Johns John volve criteria for elections of
.Tone.7Confirmation, peculiar the Clay.County organ an "off" flavor in the Governor Kirk. vegetable' oils that do not' require with a cane pole In the countyof Thomas, Billy Smith Gerald state committee membra. It

of these tactics1as ization.If finished brew. The bill provides that the refrigeration; suger his residence without a license Boelter. Herbert Prince and also restricts!! the size of county
made to The statewide In the brewing of coffee Inventory tax would drop to sweets, and nuts hard'' candy, has survived another Burton Prince. committees.
Telegraph thisyeek least we know of at fresh cold water brought to a 80 per cent In 1968 and to 25 gum. instant puddings. Store onslaught in the Florida Leg Under the present system.
by one ex-member of theClay one prospective appointee rolling boil Is recommended.But per cent In 1969. The two-step instant coffee tea. cocoa dry ;islature. A two-week rubber drive In state committee members are

County Development ,Commission who said his answer would not be the brewed coffee should reduction is Intended to ease cream products bouillon products The Senate last Thursday, the county netted 30,000 Ibs. elected at large. The new bill

who said just "no" but rather;, an emphatic never be allowed to boll since the loss of revenue to counties. flavored beverage pow- dealt the death blow to a con- of old rubber, according to would provide for their appointment
he had received "H___ No I" this distorts its flavor. Enough The potential loss to the ders: salt and pepper.. flavor- troversial bill that would have. Jesse Alexander who was by a county com
-a coffee, in proportion to: water, counties in the state-at-large ing extracts vinegar, scaa and placed a $3 fee on the tradi- chairman of the local Petroleum mittee. .
should be used for desired has been estimated a between baking powder. tional right of free cane-pole Industries Committee.Phil The bill also strengthens

strength Oood-tasing' full- forty and sixty million: dollars By Including each day fishing in the state. statA ._.nrnrntH.______ ...._ ..... _11_.'._._
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I Our Library Is An Asset .._ -. foods from thp.._ ali4< ...""" ,,.,... Manassa who VI auvw.
flavored strong coffee Is the a Jcal.School' ; ; Opponents of the bill argued vas" en- them to appoint national com-
result of using sufficient above, memJXror'lt that many cane pole fishermen route home from a Depart- mltteemen and commltteewo-

We long ago found It a pleasure ed when the two local mounts. of the ground coffee BondsPurchased ily can have a reasonably nutritious are people of low Income, ment of Defense job In the men rather than having these
to browse at our leisure' throu governing bean brewed only just long diet. who are fishing for food. Panama Canal Zone, was, tor purely party offices filled: by
ha.Jibrary"to bodies get down to the meat'of enough to) extract the desir- By If necessary Include special The bill was beaten pedoed. He was rescued and election, as at present.It .
thumb through volume their budgets in a few weeks, able flavor. Over-brewing cases kinds of milk and strained In the session but earlier suffered only a cut foot. He also authorizes state
after, volume and St. Paul Ins. Co. chopped or other specially was kept had been In the
finally Bradford County can have a library unpleasant bitterness. alive until Thursday by a notion Zone since committees to reapportion the
choose a book certain to Coffee should be removed prepared foods resulted for November state organizations
mean of its
with reconsider. along
own no services St. Paul ,Fire & Marine Insurance adults. Now he pop-
hours pleasantly spent. ,A library cut that from contact with coffee elderly persons measure has been voted downa ulalon lines.Counties .
except of the
bookmobile. Co. of St. Paul Minn.recent.ly and others on limited Mrs. Frank
i7a. thingVe' often grounds as soon as brewing Is second Wilsrn was with 40 or
as we do time, 24-20 ending more
so Separation from the purchased 200.000 of \ chairman
many things,' take for reaionc completed ond served et once. Bradford diets.Whenever action on It for this BWMon.. of the Fourth of precincts would 'have 40 dis
granted. County
rnes at a bad time, a time when If possible. It may, however Board of possible choose July barbecue andi.:!! asked that tricts, giving aounty commit-
-For the past eight years Brad the county will be short of funds be kept hot [never allowed/ Public Instruction Junior Lien cans and! jars In .sizes that The..bill would have. required potato salad be donated-lots tees a maximum of 80 mem,

ford County has ,made a library as a result of no-new-tax action boil for up to half hour It bonds.Certificates of Indebtedness will fill your family's needs for 16 persons and 65 to between the age of of It. Enough for 500 servlct bers.
buy a license to
available in without only one meal. Thla!. 1 I. men. Ladles were
cooperation with this taken by the necessary much sacrifice especially invited to
current State Charley E. Johns use their cane poles in fresh
Legislature whose Insurance
stay and
Santa Fe Regional of good flavor. Coffee desirable for meat poultry help serve the sup-
Library in II.
and Gov. Claude has water. No license is requiredfor C. WYNN WINS
Kirk. represented
fish per.
G which Sa allowed to cool!, then vegetables, evaporatedmilk
inesvUle. But the County Com St. Paul In salt water ton SET OF TIRES
We feel, however that this area for and other fishing or
a good reheated suffers considerable foods that deteriorate -
mission's' recent decision to dissolve library is the past ten years. iald! that fishing! by children. H. C. Wynn of Route *,
; indeed an asset to any flavor change. rapidly as soon as a Some other young men from Starke
its agreement,with the Regional community. However funds for 'What about this :rtlclpe togo the purchase Indicates thecompany's container Is opened.To Free fresh water fishing lapermitted the area who were serving wall won a set of white)
automobile tires
Library because its 1967-68 with, that Coffee Break. faith in the future only with cane their given.away
maintain the country in the
our library eating armed
may be one of the ef Bradford County and Its poles and only In the fisher- during the auction sale
hOdget request of $32,000 seemed *na8": the County Commission BASIC BUTTER CAKE people. quality of your reserve food man's home forces were: T. J. Ooodge. J. at Baldwin Chevrolet Co. re-
entirely :out of reason has placedour One-half CUD butter or margarine upply keen canned foods in county. E. Wren. Charles McCoy rpnf.lv.
win oe forced
to eliminate from 1 cup sugar, 2 whole--
library in a dry place where the temperature -
tlSn. precarious posi- its spending program, through no eggs 1 and seven-eights cups Correction! Is fairly cool-pre-

fault of its own. self rising flour [(2 cups less ferably not above 70 degrees b4 The Bradford County
:.In: fact, unless the City of We would hope that 2 tablespoons three-fourth In b news item last week it and not below freezing. ,' Telegraph
money can cup milk 1 teaspoon vanilla tatedt that ESTABLISHED 1879
Starke doubles its $2,500 contribu- somehow be found Wilbur Bell received 0
and that
tion and the county can add $2- library, used by many adults and our extract.Heat :wen to 350 degrees. 'automobile minor accident.Injuries It in was an CARD OF THANKS E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher

00ft: to its previous allotment of students for research,, study, and Grease generously and lightly later determined that Mr. Bell Our heartfelt thanks to all 0 Florida' Oldest Weekly .
Nsw.JlftlPeI' Published
$13,000 we may see services here pleasure can continue its excel dust with, flour two 8-Inch had received serious Internal who extended comforting C> Conttooualy
cartalled. It will take a $20,000 lent service to our community. We round,layer pans. Cream, together Injuries, necessitating treatment sympathy and help In cur recent Under The Same BCaat Hted.
budget to make the now inde- buter and sugar until In the University of sorrow. For the beautiful
also compliment the Library service. floral offerings, food, Published each Thursday and entered as Second Claa
pj&dent Bradford l light and fluffy. Beat in eggs !Florida Medical Center for 11 Matter art the Poet OtOat
County Library Board and the excellent staff for one a a time. Add vanilla., t.m11k. days. He was discharged Sunday and other kindnesses we are at fcuk*, Florida uder Act of Marcia 3rd, 1879.ta .
eligible for state'matchinll funds. striving, to provide us with a good Add flour and milk alternately and Is now recuperatingat deeply grateful. Family of
But if that figure can be reach- library junder adverse conditions. making four addition Ills home on SB 225. Jesse E. Newsome and Morris .ubecriptt trail areas 1 year, ....00; S months, SX35

of.*eh.: Four batter Into E.Williams OufaUto trade areal 1 JOT. S4.80; 6 auntta, 3.5O

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I 'Cross And Sword' To Open coqulnA> pits from which i Land pocketbook follow thw; transacted with the president! .IN... COt: NTPrw'iv( ....''B'' COURT Nutli, ', n ,111 """"1'v .lM>n fhiir I A yiuvn mrv. lurliri. OJr Brad PAOIII EI.JIVJr.f: ,---
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Spaniards quarried blocks used I JV Al/t. KOK IlIlADII'OUtlj I I( have (1111I/)>' final ft' turn anxiuitrlx foul! I (Viiinlv. Klorldu. rnr anprnval RMMAlixucutrix CHUFfI'r"; tJ"lIfoW'
(CD ,
suggestions: ) Know state Miss Gale Randolph, piesid- ;:>lTY Ft.ORlLlA fIt t the onliiti-.t C.
i of
or auld flunl th.) 1000laot" ntC
Fnr Third Season Fridnv In the construction of Castillo an.* local In r e' 1SStt-i it I lint bfreetrml. raturaa and ,, .. I
regulations for rel-j ing. The club Is planning a V A ,:! + ; Hint I he for an orilor of rllntrlUatlun arid A. OrlfflH dar
rHJKl. l IS.
- -- - de lo.pii wl l uofltlon .
San Marcos are located mart my for THOMAPIt) !RCJ''
for final
istration "'harm an <-xrutrlxof
and licensing: of a trip to Brunswick, Ga. on July !i su'i'rs" oh' flll!>45 1'NIITIOX' !tlua and fur'flnal : ,
: aOI-e North
dlHfhttru .
Friday night July 7, saw Lion of "CI'O' and Sword" near the premises. Against a boat Pall Kl\il. lll...< II I ... the wilt of C. A. QrlfClH, dei.rensod. Tcimpl Av.
a by motor and trailer; ((91); ) ) )9 returning on the 21st,-- \llt.i UPIsxrcTRI Ihnt on .Inly IT. 11)117' t '
four nags flying over St. Aug- I Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright backgrourtr of palms and Know and follow the rules of I I Mrs Clnira Ghent. Supervisor II : \; apply Sn| I Ih" llnnora!>>Mil' Th." Tnnf 8O. t">"7 'f.tkip: : Til3

ustine. I Paul Green which other native Florida trees. the road as laid down by the I FUNtllAU: NOTICE '
They ceebrated tie produc- I plays from July 7 through i whipporwUls sliwint, and U U. S. Coast Guard state and Deacon Ike Jones, ot the! d"0
) September 3, nightly except distant lighthouse, the audience local officials; ((31 Maintain Cnurch 'of God In Christ died ,
Mondays. Eighty-fivv l actors I lives the humor and your rlt in good operating' Monday' morning In the Gainesville I
I singers, dancers, and Indians. hardship, suffering and satisfactions -. condition with proper equip- Medical Center at the
| make up the east and tell the |1 of the early Florida ment aboard at all times. ge of 73. Funeral services will -

/ | story of the Spanish settle settlers. Registration and llcen, lna I be held a1 p. m. Sunday, ,1\\, # ..1 <, .. ', ,',"", ,,.- ,i.g..r.' ; ''' .,
.k t
Kd This marks the third ," .. ,. : "\
ment at St. Augustine. season .A'r-A' .. '
They or numbering laws vary from July 18-Elder: D. R. Vllliams .'. t Ift'! '
Oe/ perform on a 600 square foot of "Cross and Sword," which. state to state. It'* boat to talk pastor.CHURCH.
stage which cradles sound1' premiered In the summer of to ; ,
to your marine dealer' or contact NEWS l -g'
that a penney dropped on the 1063. More than 53,000 visitors state boating law ,admin: Pleasant drove Methodist \. \ {II. '
I stage can be heard In anyone I. to the area have viewed the istrators. In most( eases any Church: Sunday School 9:43: .' I. '
of the 2,029 seats., Actors production since Its opening to :
can boat with an engine in excess a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. .
I the 400th .4t ),t .Y il i-
commemorate Anniversary l
whisper sing mutter and of 10
We Specialize In horsepower must be registered m. Afteinocn Service 4 p m. f .cI:
| shutout without of the founding of the ,
aid of mlc- an?' numbers affixed AU members anal: friends In- ,- ":
MICA rophones and still be heard.' A City of St Augustine. to the boat. Trailer laws also vlted.-Rev. H. P. Hudson ,.
Kitchen CabinetsAt 'bank of five stereophonic Because of daylight) savin vary, so check this put, too. Bethlehem Free Will Baptist I '} 't .
Popular Prluas. I speakers is located' across, the time this .jummer. special A trailer for a 14-foot family Church.. Rev;':Louis McKay ;, "
full width of the stage and In segment has been added to the run-about will generally: need pastor Schedule for the week' S I ; 0 0

FREE: ESTIMATES I addition to..a full choir and beginning of each performance a license and must be equjp- Monday night Choir No 3 and WEST { J'I" ,
concert organ provide the to allow time for darK- "ed with stop and directional! Ushers Biord: No.2 will 1'E-! ; "
All Work (.iimrunUtMlCull music for the production.The ness. Director L. L. Zlmmer-\ light, If you're, towing a hearse at T:30.: Tuesday Choir \ ,

.. pal5167or 1 St. Augustine Amphi! 'man says, "A parade ant pre'tSentation heavy rig you may need a 11<'0. :2 rehearsal 5 p. m. Wednesday -:: 4
ti theatre Is located on a 40-acre of the Spanish. 'trailer with brakes. > 7:10. : f\I'i;
'I : General Prayer & .
D .I-791: tract of land: in Anastasia 'English Confederate and Am- Several informative guide- Meeting. Thursday night ;:cash: carry 'V.M.: \ ()o.Yi. BUT .NOBODY,j.t.V | .

I State Park Much of the early erican flags which hive' flown books will give you the rulesof Story Hour at the church. '. ', \t : t'1'(!\ :;to .
It, T. WILLIAMS, I history of St. Augustine andconsequently over St. Augustine in Its 400 the road, but supplementthis Ladles, Circle and Prayer Band ,EBLJILDING l' S LisjsM ANY" BUiCD i I
r .
;: the year history and the firing of with "t.J, t!
Owner United knowledge of local meeting Friday night. 7:30: at ii \ *' w** ".*&*f**"
States is identified with the.the Spanish cannon to signify regulation irnorflnc of- .the the cllurc I :
123: WaHhlnKtnn St. very area on which tho amphi the end of day will be presented law is no excuse Sunray: School, 9:45: with .' MATERIALS1FOR'\ OLI.rr"Ei.i i
theatre Is constructed.: The oil: in the Bpanisr'military Maintain your) boot motpr. Mrs. Rlby superintendent: In, ,
tradition and costumI ,," sari trallm In. frnnH pnnrtlMntv., ... r.hni'ffMflfnlnnr Wn..*"|.r 111 I -- -- _. -. -... .. ''' .' !',
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i InfrmHlon( regarding "Cross If an accident occurs and it's a. m. YPCL meeting: 4";p.: m.
GET CASH I and Sword" as well !1.' tickets toacen to faulty equipment Evening! Service 6 p. m Visitors
for all performances arc available you are liable. always welcome.
I by mall from P. O. Box You may also be held liable; Plans for the Annual Women's 0"//
IMMEDIATELY 11961)) St. Augustine, FlH If you fall tn carry icqulred Day program are taking SPECIAL WEEK'.

qulpmcnb aboard your boat. shape with Mrs. Sarah Princeas
I An absolute mutt Is a life prewrver chali'man. Termination '
or b'Joyahteat/\ 'cushion date,' July 23. Names of speak 3a THICK

for each person aboard. ers to be announced. All _., FIBERGLASS / 1frI
:w. $25 TO $600
nepen-Mnn upon the size and members are asked to cooperate -
type of boat you ()",'n. '''there In beautifying the church.
"will be additional equipment. I The' youth of Bothehem +'

DO YOU HAVE. Check with your marine deal- Free Will'Baptist' Church will Sa
f and local water of- do Jobs
patrol such ''AS 'cleaning I 4
-Too many payments to make? pit l ficials.If yards washing ''windows, and NSUlATION, FT.JffW :
1 ti a boating mishap does other Jobs! to obtain money to
-Too many bills' to pay? occur, you must irporfe It to beautify the church. Money

the local'' authorities, lit property goes to the church, and not tJ I .
Lets &o f/ damage Is $100 or more the Individuals. For information \
or personal Injury results. To i contact Deacon Prince
be on the safe side report all on. Old Lawtey Road, or'' call
EXTRA CASH NOW? accidents 9646136. '.
'* '
Antioch W *?!a
Baptist Church will V *
hold ( TUBENCLOSURs H f *- > t f* tfV.r.lIt'
Sunday School VINYL
at 10 a
.' Colored Citizens m Regular church services
MONEY PROBLEMS wit be held July 23.
i Lynn Hamilton I
I News Mt"' ; Btnal Sunday School '
Evlnrude Ieaer and BYPU Sunday School' t 14

We Are Trained To Help I Corivtntloil( will start_ Thursday ____n F17334N 6G r ,
: I
July 13, continuing solid
I rues CLEAN\\ s.JSQkiN
I ,
CLUB MEETINGThe thl'Ouglthe 16th to (
at First EASY
Town Finance Co. : The boat owner has legal Junior Bunahlui Christian Baptist Church. Rev Cromwell \'T'S\ SAFE -
responsibilities just as the Club met Monday::' July pastor East Gainesville. All r;

226 N. Temple Ph. 961-7119 'I automobile owner has, reportsthe 10 at 4 p. m'with Miss Betty choirs of the county will ren-
Evlnrude News Service.To Cummings, of Pleasant Grove der a long service Sunday at t SHOWER

I : _Insure. peace. _of mind<< .as hostess.. _The. ._business_._was ..5 n., m. with Mrs- Tl--rnlr A1-
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.ft--- -- --_ ;.....:..:.__,=. .' ton as pianist The message l STALLS
will be delivered by Rev. Leroy
I Davis of Keystone HclgTis. BaK.d E'narn.1' r

FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEST Mrs.Greater Gertrude Allen Carter Chapel reporter AME, I s/, / Wells $2995 1 1 h i 10 d d' ,t f"/

Church Rev. L.. A. Sampson 4
FLORIDA pastor. Sunday School 10( a. 2A/+ t Sx'
m. Morning service at 11. QUALITY f y

STATEMENT OF CONDITION Choir Union will be held at TOP DOORS
,' New 8t James' AME Churchin SHOWER
1 : / Lake Butler Rev. Levy Lennon -

JUNE 30, 1967 host pastor. Evening service CRYS1'ALSHUt $16. _
6 p. m. GLASS
u I The pastor and congregationwill TEMPERED $2095 ,
render service In Hamp-
ResourcesLoans ton at 8 p. m. Friday, July 21. GLASS ; :(
All class leaders are askedto fa'L'
make reports on the fourth SAVE!

Sunday at 3. p m Evening STAIN' .RESISTANT FBI _
and Discounts 3,129,638.16 I service will be held at Mt. s Make'' your selection from 55 of the world's most beautifulwoodi. ,

Zion AME Church in law1.eY'i; TOILET SEAT Thrill >to natural wood from nature' enchanting forests.,
Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 12,112.34 3,117,525.82 Revi: MoKnight Monday ,
n paoor. Beautify 'your< living room dining room', game, room, bed-
night, July 31, the pastor and WHITE $
250 4 room, kitchen, den or al the office.
congregation will render ser .
Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 294,081.73 vice in. Baldwin Rev. Ollyard II k. .. t' WEST/ the world'largest/ supplier of f SOLID wood paneling.

pastor.All + I Manufactured In our own mill In Doraville Ga.
Other Real Estate Owned s 1.00 officers! and membersare pj I! _
j. asked to please cooperate

with the pastor! In these ser HEAD
Prepaid Expenses 2,321.43 vices. 'f. SHOWER '

Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 31,019.61 BIRTHDAY Joan Williams PARTY was honored .<:' \414.vY'' L, : .kt"1'H' _

with a party on her thirteenth ) i U CHROME ,'
1 r
? '
U. S. Government Securities : ) 1,203,823.78 birthday the horns: of her .". COMPlE.'In SELECTION ,
mother. Many friends were
Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1068106.30/ preacht to enjoy this occasion n .

and h.1onol'ee received. .. .n
Other State & 'Municipal Bonds 467,051.56Cash number of lovely gifts. SAVE, -

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on Hand & Due From Banks .. 323,208.34 3,093,209.59 A Otawlfled( Ad In the TELE- '/:',21 .FT. LENGTH .
flRAPH *rln., ,w111ts. : '"-21 V .
,. FT. LENGTH. :
TOTAL e 6,507,139.57 IN COI'VTTrrwiB'8/ I'0l1RT.1 : 00f' 4c
: v. ( n In r** Iflntttt/ tot' .


or Pk. 'sill
c h $
I ) IV: TUB'] HTATE' ,hf LAST 'TAINITAIfIrs. 'Ar,1(0( LEAN.
I OK MAID DmCaf: >F.NT. $ 1

Capital Stock '. 300000.00,' 1 a You written ar.'h Iniitrumant'' reby. notlflnd purporting Hi ill' r.r.ri,- ya".60FT.ROLL"O.- IL.IL a .i.'IIZI, I$ Jl8 5.
be the will
to last and ttataI IQMPI1l/ill
I m.nt at said doncdant hm boenndmltUd :. i rvunrl!111I"G ONLY .
Surplus 425000.00. to' probate In Ibis court t.'f

within You mm dI!* rnl h.-r ndnr.l.r month oommandvil from 'f: ALSO AVAUAI1I 54 INCH AND 46 INCH,f IZf{
Undivided Profits 70,771.97 lb. data .at th. tint publlcatlnn xr Shallow Well ''
of thl. nutlun. to appear In thincourt
and show OBUH If any
Reserve for Contingencies 99,740.36 895,512.33 you can why the notion' of thlacourt Pumps .
In admitting unlit will toprohal.
r ahould not eland, un'rvo.k.4"1 1-3. H.P, $59.46 WHIT! DOUIll BOw t.; $1 .
Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. .' 41605.27; COUNTY*1'h"rllo': JUDOU.A. /Yawn nroij. 30 Gal. Tank $16.95 ASKIT sT.A1NlaTlND WASTIIIT 2 G : ,
OU ,
ford County, "Plurldux t' ;
Interest :' / / ftooTf.. II. pure ': 42 Gal. Tank $2 1,00
& Income Collected, Not Earned ., ", ';\ r., 89,553.23 Altftn.r .il
523.1 V1J a.

Deposits 5480468.74 NIU1.TEiIFtCmfat'a' 1'1.&.fIIl :!M.' ,-. a.,--.. ,, ". ...?f.'r ., ...- ....n:,. QWMw'o- r ..M.rlM.ii11M'MNwi'. .
Nodes la hurcuy .lv n that : : :

TOTAL e e 6,507,139.57 Vlalnnn the undoralvniid" of Chnptor undr tntSt! the, Laws pro _:., SERViNG 'HE7SOU.1'SECI' ; i892'
of FlorlJ AcU of 19.1 will roe- d '_ .
St.? with the Clark of the Clr- .
ywt fourt.: In and, for. Brndford 'Y"' ,, 43 LOCATIONS IN 1O STATIC! -
I County Florida.-upou raualpt of
proof of publication of thl. no- N. Waldo Road-Gainesville--.Phone 376-2604
tit:e, tha" riftltlnna' name of Olxla .
I Motel under whim wa are ..r .. Sto..IIQunn: Mon.-FrI. 7:306:3bSal.: ( .. 7:30-4:00: '
FLORiDA na-ixl Tempi In Are bu.I., utarka.... al k'lrlilit.H4: N Ocala, ,1331 H. Orange/ Ave.-679-7QR7 Jachnonvllle 114.1 IIalnr St-A.VV0071Orlundo : / ,
Gary (1. Jluirh and Blanche ISO W. ftllohlfsn A.-241-344i Peniu....4ili4 100 .:.u.t,81"Ullt-38-0.11.' ,
A. Noah*. 14* N. I Ava.Stark ., e" Tampa 0300 : '
j I ., Temple. WEST N. Sflth St-- -71A1 drt-ltxusn1Ua130S.FdgewooJ.IVnAAAOb73I
Florida ownara.Dated '
; : : this tlml day of "..no, I "selVA.110MS, ITOall '
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By Jim Fox Helen EganMr.
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Please Phone In lour Items 473-4148 1 L

and Mrs. Harry Lloydof

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS I DUPLICATE BRIDGE Winter Haven 'visited former Keystone Mayor
The KOP week neighbors and friends In
sponsoredby The last scheduled event of )
Keystone last week, end were .
the $ .
Keystone Heights the KOP activities was held r .
Woman's Club, was. a huge last Thursday night, with ul'Y luncheon guests of Mr. and ,
success, According to Publicity, KOP Kards at the Masonic ,1i Mrs. Roy Bridges. O. Raymond [Ray] 6-tarnes I' -. '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- former city councilmen and "
Chairman Schuber. '
Reggie Temple. Winners for tne evening I 110 ,10(
I 1..
dee spent the weekend with "
The preside of the first fgg-pro- >,"
program waa so veil re- were: First place with 80 : ,
received that the Woman's points, Mrs. Arnold Larsen friends at Fager Beach cesslng cooperative organized I ff' .'.'.''...'.'' 1..Y .
Club has decided to make It and Mrs Joseph Dey; there Mrs. Alma Frost left the ed In this area, was appointed ''h;.. f" .
first of the week for the Bos- I 't.. .
an annual summer event.: was a three-way tie for second i Mayor of Keystone Heights "'.- y''
The club wishes to thank place with 78 points Mr. and ; 4 ton, Mass. area where she Tuesday night to fill the unex- ", I
the : ., will visit her son, Walter J. plred term of the late Albert '
golfers who participated Mrs. Al Bachmann; J A. Williams 1'i i
' In the KOP Tournament on and T. L. Norwood: and t Frost Jr., and family at Med- Nelson.

June 29 at the Keystone Golf Louie Kyle and Stan, LaCoste. *d way, Mass., and other friends! Starnes WAS named in an t* ,

l' Club, the players of the KOP: The Duplicate. Bridge Club. and relatives on the cape. Be- unanimous vote by the Council J i i

Karda duplicate bridge parties ia /sponsored by the KeystoneWoman's I Vacation Bible School Staff fore returning to Keystone upon recommendation of ,
to the ladles who she will spend' some time with Councilman Everett Fox. He
very young Club, and meets. s
f entered the KOP Beauty Con each Thursday 7:30: p. m..' Pictured .above are workers responsible( for the highly Bnrcewiful Dally Vacation Mrs. Carl Jonson at North was sworn in Immediately
, test, and all who helped In Pomfret. Vt. A native of Virginia, the
In the Masonic Hall. Summer
Itibla Snhool sponsored( l by the Community Church of Keystone Height lilt row Harlow Fuller has returned -
a.re' has lived In Key- ,
ringing the Bells for Freedom guests in our community new mayor
on July 4 at City Hail. Invited to attend 1! these sessions. I (from leftt) Sir\ C. J. McGlave, Mrs It. N. Sun
A special recognition> must Carl Hewitt. Miss. Kay Siimlerland, Mm.\ John Bin), and Mrs\ Edwin Nelson.' 2n
1\\ be given to those who 'sewed CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT I row ((1-r) : Mrw. Louise. Gallop Mr*. John Ruffliil, Miss\ Gertrude Hoiiwr, Larry Y. where Ahe"vlsled her son, where he was vice president of i

,I and baked for the JtfOP Activities The following rescue operations : Cooper, Elaine Lovorn 1\["". Arthur Ketch' Swan Bird Itoxann Ketch' Mrs\ Judy Richard Fuller, and family. the Delaware Coca-Cola Bot- 1

and those who gave gen were assisted in during Cunningham, Mrs. BarryV'nuUI' Kerry Shackleford, Jim.\ Jean Methvln\ and Alra.Ann \ Mrs. ; Jack from,Haberstroh a-two months hasreturned tling Co. He developed the original
erously of their time and tal- June by the Clay County Civil, Sumptar.rict vending machine for, -
visit with her chldren In the
dispensing Coca-Colas. and
Defense unit: June 3, automobile G. Raymond Starnes
ents.The Wllllamsport Pa. area. Her was formerly an officer and
Art Show, which ,had accident on Highway 100(
West administered son Jack drove down and remained director of the Vendo COm- Citizens Committee to study
June 4. commercial his propery lying I
389 registered visitors was a
35-L tented Lions In- ..YYYYYY..a.n..m homa.lWhere they will visit four for a visit. I I
due to enthusiastic first aid for drowning a Gold pany. Keystone's financial structure between Keystone Beach and
success many 10 ernational Convention, In of Glynn'a sisters and their Mr and Mrs. Cecil O'Brien He was one of the organizers several months A former I
helpers, contributors, 'and Head Branch Park; June ago. his residence on Lakevtew: I
hostesses. Mrs. x>rothy Chrts-: drowning at Echo Lake; June Chicago, as a delegate from MELROSEBy families In TuLsa. They wUl spent several days with former of the Keystone Egg Cooperative chairman of the Board of DrIve

toffers Newman and Mrs. 11, emergency call for oxygenat the Keystone Heights Lions also visit\ Glynn'a parents, In Ohio friends, the R E. Lark chartered In 1959. THrustees of the Community I

Ward Bessette were especially, Lake Geneva June 12 emergency Club. Lion McGlave was also Rowe nearby Locust Grove. mans, at Lake Worth. and served as president until Church of Keystone, he servedas
In 'the show. call for oxygen at an Assistant Sergeant-at- Charles "Skip" Meachen of Mrs. A. E. Anthony andthree Its sale 3 years ago. to Sun chairman of the Finance
helpful setting i
Mrs. Fremont up Tolles general Meadowbrook: June 13 drowning Arms. representing Lions In- ............. .... I Kallua, Hawaii Is visiting his daughers are visitingMrs. City Dairies. Inc., of Miami.At Committee for construction of '

chairman of KOP ,Is to at Klngsley Lake; June ternational. grandmother Mrs. PoJey Boyd Anthony's mother. Mrs. present, Mr. Starnes is sup- he church's handsome new lacetawiMN !
be for, job IS, automoble accident on Dean Rusk, ex-Secretay of HI! I'm happy to say that and his slater, !Mrs. Troy MC- Pearl Wilkinson In Cross City ervising design and construction sanctuary last year. M1 Ne,1C1.1 Of

well done.congratulated a Highway' 21 south; June 17, State, was a principal speakerat once again I will be reportingthe Guire. Rev. and Mrs. Newton of a large new egg pro- In other action Tuesday ''d:1Jn OV.alwni Onrgrf,:,:! ,n.nn D"1 .

emergency call on Highway the Lions International news for our community.' !Mr. and Mrs E. H. Bartlett Tweedy and children have cessing plant for Pine Air night the Council: .(,,) .0:.... _D ....YI/Q,....
100 and 214 [false alarm; Convention, which was also a Anyone having news that they left: this week to attend Mr., been enjoying several days Farms Inc.. near Keystone. Approved tranfer of the

\June 19. house fire at Nelson', 50th Anniversary celebrationfor would like printed please con- Bartlett'g :50th class reunion at Active In church and civic Menzen-Walker hay lease at

Point; June 23, automobile accident this organization There Is tact me at 473-5691.: I would Berea College In Berea, Ky. affairs. Mayor Starnes servedone the Keystone Airport to the' JackftonvUl, Florida 82205

KEYSTONE on Highway 100 east; an Interesting slde-stcry related appreciate. this very much as July 14 and 13.: On the way, term. term on the City Council Ocala firm of Handley, Mar Better Home Fnraftora Co

June 25 administered first aid to lions McOlave's attendance It i I. hard to know who( has they plan to visit his former I Mr. and Mrs. Paul King and and served as chairman of a tin & Grassing. 1200 8. Edgwood AT.

at Moosehaven Convention; at this particular company each week. Dean of Agriculture, Dr H. B. i Mrs. M. C. King are visiting --Blinedthe, final draft of a

June 25, possible drowning at business session. Prior to Dean DUPLICATE BRIDGE Clark in Crossvllle, Tenn. ,friends and relatives In Harts- hunting lease at the Airport,

HEIGHTS Keystone Beach; June 27 Rusk's presentation, a peace Last week's winners at the Mr .and Mrs. E. H. Carruth vllJe, S.C.Vicki camping In the Keystone area. as presented by Don Morgan

automobile accident at HIgh- demontratlon was staged at Duplicate Bridge meeting were: of Farmlington Go. and daughter Tlaon, Gay and Martha Rev. Tweedy Is pastor of the president of the Sportsmen'sClub < HAMMOND

way 21 and 100; and. fire In the entrance to the convention 1st place Mrs. Paley Boyd and and son-in-law, Mr andMrs Singleton, and Kim Flak have Jenson Beach Community and forwarder It o the
automobile, on Highway 21 hall. For those of you who Mrs. John Strawn; 2nd place Grady Sizemore and three recently returned following a Church. Miami office of FAA for ap ORGAN STUDIO
north. saw this demonstration on the Mrs. (Roland Bryan and Mrs children of Atlanta were recent two-week stay at Gainesville. Rev. Leon F. Milner baptized !

MEIROSEBUSINESS' Remember your Civil Defense Huntley-Brimkley Report It J. P. Vose: 3rd place, Mrs R. visitors at the home of Girl Scout Day Camp. The the Infant son of Mr. and proval.Voted to purchase' advertising Factory Authorized '

Rescue Unit phone num- was Lion McOlave that you P. Goodloe and Mrs. E B. Mr. and (Mrs. W. O. Preston Camp was held this year on Mrs. J. C. W. Milner of Pen space In the Lions Club Hammond Orc-

bers: Bherlffs Office Green saw. removing; the demonstrators Goff; 4th place, !Mrs. Ray Rev. and Mrs. C. Glen Ming beautiful Lake Tuncawllla, nsylvania, who are spending Horse Show program at $23, Sale Service

I Cove Springs 284-3379; Orange from the hall-He reported Starnes and Mrs. G. B. Trueltt. ledorf and daughters, Glenna south of Mlcanopy. a two week vacation with their and space In the Boosters

Park Police Department: that this was perhaps the largest IHKTIIOniST CHURCH Lee, Lisa, and Dana, of Mur- (Mary Ann and Billy Singleton parentts. Club football program at $10 Learn to play. the easy way

264-9612 and Civil Defense attendance for a Lions New members were welcomed tree boro, Tenn. have been and Chris, LeAnn and The Board of Stewards of --Received a request from 110 N. W. lot* AT*.

DIRECTORY Directors In Keystone Heights, International Convention, with I Into the Church Sunday, visiting Rev. Mingledorf' par- (Continued on next Page] the Community Church met I Al Watson, Keystone merchant GaJoeavilla Shopping Canto

473-4851 or 473-4260. These over 40,000 Lions and their during services. They were. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John A I Monday night I to zone for rezone] as I

units are .avallable in time of families present. Mr. and Mrs S. A. Wood'' who ROBS. A picnic was given In .--
emergency, as requested bylaw Plana for the Annual Keystone came by transfer from First their honor at Lake Swan on

BEAUTY SHOP .enforcement agencies, fire Heights Lions Horse Methodist' Church In Gainesville the 4th of July and waa attended
Show' are now being coordinated The Woods reside on by relatives.
department or local government many
KEYSTONEBEAUTY '.. authorities: to make this a,most successful Lake Swan. fflllss'Sarah.(!\ :Jdhnsdn of Wan i ftp iiiii mm p

SHOP SWIMMING PROGRAMOn event this summer. Misses! Loretta Carol and Mon Salem, N.C. Is visiting

Monday afternoon, July The show will be held this Glcnda< Chamble left Monday her aunt and uncle, Lt. Col.
Edith I Johnson, Owner 10. 150 eager youngsters en- I year on Saturday Aug. 12. for Methodist Youth Camp In and Mrs E. R. Simmons and til iisf fp fill

PersonalA rolled in the annual Keystone The committee 1* now soliciting Lee burg. family, Mlas Johnson !la a recent -
Creative! for their
Heights Rotary Club Swimming advertisements Rev. T. A. Steuart left Monday graduate of Wake Forest
Hair Styling I Program, which' will be programs. There will also be a for Atlanta, Oa where he College.

Individual Beauty pare held for two' consecutive patron page In the program. will attend the Church and iMr. and Mrs R. F. Simmons I Talk to the man from GLOBE he will visit soon in
mvery Form bf-VAuty! Culture' weeks at the Keystone Heights If ;you are Interested In mak- Community Workshop from have returned home after a you
Tu *.-Sat. 9-6 donation
; ,
Public Beach There are five ing a personal July 10-21 at Emory Univer: month's trip which took ,themto

Closed Monday YMCA instructors, from Camp please contact McOlavs or Ray sity. The pulpit will be filled Lawton, Okla. where they KKYHTONK IIKKiHTS! &: VICINITY TALLAHASSEE BRANCH OFFIjCBS13 '
Immokalee, and two local Instructors Glenn visited their
BOATS MOTORS next Sunday by Rev. daughter, and\
IIERE -N THERE Tallahassee. KMg. 1309 Thomaiivlllo HJ.
conducing the two !Mingledorf pastor of First Glorietta New Mexico, where
BILL'S MARINE sessions. The classes will start Mrs. Kathryn Rose is a pa- Methodist Church, Murfrees- they attended th* Baptist Assembly P. O. Box Sill Tallahassee Florida

BAIJES: SERVICE: at 1 p. m. and! end by 2:30.: tient In the Starke Nursing boro Tenn. He Is visiting"with. Roy Slater, Manager\

The Fun Fleet' In" Charlie Hutcheson, president Home. Please be sure to drop his mother, Mrs. John Ross.A Among the recent visitors at
line to let her know
An Outboard of the Keystone Rotary her a picnic for all members of the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.

Chrysler Lone Star, B.a4j* Club, has appointed Mrs. Jennings that we are thinking of her. the church Is scheduled for D. Isenhower were his slater,,
Chrysler Motor Murrhee and Mrs. Char 1 I Sheriff and Mrs. July 30. It will begin about Mrs. W. B Dunn of Etowah,
and Mr. and Mrs.
Berrtea A Part for les McOlave as co-chairmen Murrhee 2:30: pm. and the place will Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. L. Frazier
Laurel Dunce were camping
f tfeMM Height a'.-... for this program. Additional Park in St. ''be announced later. Come and and children Lisa and Lilly of
at Ana tasla State ,
Corner Kto. It 2. residents have volunteered bring a picnic lunch. Visitors' Cleveland, Tenn.; and Mr and
their services to assist the Instructors Augustine, last weekend.Mrs. .
Metros 47S-4851 are welcome ;Mrs.\ Shelton Weatberry of 4
Frank Walrath and ,
In effective
an pre-
I'ERSONALK WaycroHH, G&. f
and children Steve Beth, and ,
CLEANERS sentation of water safety
and Mrs. Olynn Roth-
Some of
Sharon of Juneau Alaska our recent High .
instruction.On .
were recent visitors at the !hamer and family left Monday( School graduates have already .. '.
Keystone Friday. July 21 a fish .
for a three week vacation that
begun their advanced
Holiday Beach Motel. Mr, and study.
fry will be held at the Keystone
will take them to Texas and
Cleaners "Ir e. Mrs. Cam Bastedo of Polkston, Connie King la enrolled In Parnull's .
Beach from 5 until 7 p. ;. '
In Texas', they will\
O. K. Dart m, by the Rotary Club. Oa., were also here with their Beauty Academy for I '.
visit sister
CleannC'! daughter and family. Mrs. Sally's and famIly I Hairdressers, and Carolyn TI- .
Bvtry Dry 6! nrteLaundry Please be sure to support this Mr and Mrs. L. C a. r i. t I 8 e1I'v
Finish or Fluff event as the funds raised from Walrath left Keystone for a of Fort Worth. After Thompson a week 1 on \la a freshman at Santa Fe INI l
X Day Bervtc this dinner will be the primary visit with her mother-In-law (Junior College for the summer I yr vi
there they will on to Okla- it
M k Up and Dn. ry. source of defraying expenses Mrs. Donna Walrath, in :North go .

K.,*__ Height .T - All donations for this highly Chuck Newman and .': ,

CONCRETE worthwhile program will be daughters recently returned ', ,, ,..'
greatly appreciated. from a visit with Mrs. New- &.i ':'
Hawthorne Concrete ( I .
Following the fish-fry, an man's brother and elater-ln- ,

& Supply Inc. awards ceremony will be held law Mr. and Mrs Bert Christ- .3 ..
offers Jr. at their beach cot- p 4 :
at the Keystone Beach. Students '. :
who have successfully tage at Alligator Point. Mr.

"e*,- CONCRE'V completed the various courses,, Newman Joined his family on r T4 "I''t' N
will receive badges at this the weekend.Mr. : ,. "f.-
Hwy. 20 W. Jlawihoni and Mrs. Edward C. '"
time. .
481-2932. '2031 LIONS CLUB NEWS Shryock Jr. and throe chil- .t .,

GAS Charlie McOlave Past-Dls dren visited the George M. I t qJk''I .
Schaeffer In Keystone 1, .
trlct Governor of Lions Dlat- :
Keystone Saf-Gas Heights Sunday morning en ,. "
route from their home In

Bottled Gas MURRHEE Greensboro, N. C. to Ocala' I

and AppliancesSee Insurance Agency where they visited old friends.)|I \ .,

On Sunday afternoon, the two
.Us For All of Your Richard Mnrrh., Aft.Oenral families visited Dr. E. C. Shry- ,. .-. ......

Gas Needs Xnniraac ock at Lake Weir. Dr. Shry i
:nr Casualty Uarln j W
473-4351 ock Is Mrs Schaeffer'i father -
Phone Auto BoJ141K..eo. The North Carolina visitors i Welcome the man from Globe when he knocks at your door. His policies are
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NURSERY Hetgfcta returned to Keystone on Monday GUARANTEED RENEWABLE FOR LIFEI I And he has a plan to fit your Individual
and the youngsters enJoyed We Don't Give Stamps BUT .
O.C. Carnes Nursery the KOP :Art Show In I needs, at a cost you can afford. And if you are eligible for medicare benefits,

mwar 100 FlcralMMM2S SCHEDULE the afternon. Miss-Anna Mc- I Instead of stamps we give !MONEY, In your Globe man has some very Important information for you.

MHa'' BB'MStarkKnncry > OF SERVICES Cullough. "the aunt of Mrs. liberal interest paid on savings here. !More rewarding -

Static Thoujaiul Schaeffer and Mr. Shyrock, than filling a stamp book is watching the Globe Is protecting hundreds of thousands of persons across the nation,-In 45
of Plant ,A rruH Tm to PARKof was a dinner guest at the I '
totals in bankbook mount I
your states from coast to coast and top to bottom.
choose from. Nice Shad Trees, the Schaeffer home Monday eventnt. "J

Bvergreena Se L.e 4 apo Shortly thereafter, the, The liberal rate now paid on savings deposits "'
Protection to meet your needs at a cost you can afford and guaranteed renew*
Plants. All In container PALMSSUNDAYS Shryocks departed fo rthelr' here an added Incentive for you to open an 4
Plant anytime. Camellia &. home In Greensboro. | account and keep on saving on everypaydaybasis. able for life. That's what insurance Is for, isn't it?
azaleas.Let "* I Miss Anna McCullough left I an

a* do yar .1.ed.eaptag' P.M. Saturday afernoon. via the 1
Phone 884-J185 I ''UOOA.M-7:30 Silver Meteor, for Southern i GLOBE LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY1HEALTH
Maryland, where she will visit COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
USED. CARS : 7:30 P.M. her niece and nephew. Mr.I

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE and Mrs C. E. Fothergill. for
Hanks Used Cars TEACHING for a month or so. I KEYSTONE STATE BANK

TERMS AH Services Held In The children Gregory, Susan and F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights Fla. 1 f

BUY SELL TRADE Congenial AtmosphereOf Gretchen of Ptttsburg Pa. are I "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly 1I
Rt. 1 Bog M I
The Lounge. visiting Carol's parents, Mr. "
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son Robbie, and Mrs. Gertrude of Starke. vlsilng his mother. Mrs. Ida the weekend they took Debra. manages to get a. few ion, 6:30: p. m. [nursery t'P-J I IPI court of thin n nil hew cauiie./ If any
KEYSTONE Chrlstoffrr.i Guests mt the home of Mr. Whitohead. and Mrs. Sarah to the girl scout camp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph FUlmon< J ) ,Rev. Lawrence Carroll, you can why the action of thin

We have just received word;!, and Jtra. J. J. Boyle for the Turner of Jacksonville over The Bryants were in Cedar and children. Ronnie Jean, Ill1m'. court probate In ahould iidmlulns not alcl stand will un-to

that Mrs. Margaret Tracy has fth -were their daughter, Mrs the weekend and fourth. Keys Tuesday visiting their Donna and Patti and Ralph's 'Ii revoked.
HILITESTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ben released from the hospitalIn Vm. L,. Bowen, and family of The James Klnchens had!! a daughter-in-law. Dorothy and mother Mrs. Claude Moore, of COUNTY ISTh..on. JUIX1K.A Tawn Brad

Santa Fe N. M. W& are Jacksonville: and Mrs Ed. St. big crowd for the fourth of son Jennings. Tampa were weekend guestsof St. William's Sunday I IN COUNTY JUDUIS'S nftADFOJlDcorNTY. COJ'S'rIN > ford County Florida.B .

certainly glad to be able to Clair and daughter, Mary Ellen July. Those -enjoying the day Lutgen has returned Pete and Joyce Barton. Novice Mass. 7:30: a. m. Wednesday, AND FOIl, ptoniuA. /. / ftenrire II. Piercetttoras

(From Preceding Fagel report this to our readers and also of Jacksonville. were: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Howard home from Miami after spending and Robert Ward of Mass and Novena 7 p. m. In N" Kitato of 6/32 U 7/18 "
hope that Marge will be returning Visitors at the home of Mr. and daughter Kathy; Mr. a few weeks with his brother Starke were Saturday night AI..1CK!: II. HTAIO.INOROUINSON

and Mrs. Ty Oarberj of Nel to Keystone very and Mrm. Glynn Rothhammer and Mrs. R. C. Howard end and family. Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests. Community Church Rev. a. k/a ALICE H. STARUNd.

son's Point. We hope that shortly. and family were Mr. and Mrs. children of Jacksonville; Mrs. Dick Howell and children Linda Buddy and :Betty Mangum. Leon P. Mllneiv minister. Mrs. deo.aHorl ftoTirn OF pni>ti4iTiTO TUB RIGHT POINT for the

their arrival will bring a Mrs. Dorothy Christoffers, Gene Etwterllng and children Frankie Kinchen and family Vicki an*' Rodney were Lisa and Robert were weekend George Canova, organist. Mrs. AIA PEKXONU1NTKHKSTKT ( : the YOU write. Come In
change In the weather I Newman, our well-known Key- Kathy, Terry, and Edgar, of and the Kinchen daughtersand visiting the Lutgens during guests of Fred and Corlno IWBKlam Warren. Secretary. : ) : > IN Till':: TATE way
:Mr and Mrs. Cecil Harper.Mr stone artist. has an art showat Ea.u Galle. families of Jacksonville.Mr. th. week. They have been lIv- Thieman. Sunday School 0:40: a. m. You OP are BAlD hereby notlflod that and select ;your favorite ES-

Harper's mother, Mrs. Vlv- the Le Moyne Art Founda- !iMrs H. T. Smith had a and Mrs. Bill Belts and:! ing In Newfoundland, and are Well, that seems to be all Morning Worship, 11 a. m. a written instrument purporting
an Harper of Chlefland, and tion's gallery In Tallahassee. houseful of company for the Susan Mr. and Mrs. Max moving to Virginia. the news for this week so Nursery, at 11 a. m. service to be of the laid taut. decedent will and has testament t been- TE' BROOK fountain Den.

Mr Harper's aunts Mrs. Marie Contract artists have been selected Fourth. They were: Mr. and Harper and Cindy of Gainesville According to Roy Griffin, here's Leeon. only. admitted to prwbat In thl. court TELEGRAPH. /.

Hardee and Miss Vida Haideeof to show their works at Mrs. P. W. Murray and their Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mc- the bass have slowed down, LEEON'S CORNER.. You are hitrehy, montlm commanded from

Trenton, returned tills week he Le Moynes gallery for the daughter and aon-ln-Iaw. Mr.! Oowan and Chuck and Mr. but he expects them to pickup "Tom and Kate" -pre.byterhm, within the dat.alx of cftlendiir the flmt publication -

from Montreal where they attended summer. Portraits of "Granny and! ,Mrs. Charlie Evans, all of and Mrs. Coburn Raines and again. The bream have When Tom and Kate were Faith Presbyterian Church
Expo '67. Enroute to Mansfield and Terri Christ- Jacksonville; her grandson and Suzie enjoyed the fourth of 'I been biting some. Alan got :3 little boys. -Rev. J. R. Neole Jr., rain-

Canada, they spent several offers .are included in Dot's wife, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ches- July and smoked turkey with bass and a shellcracker Friday They loved to play with their later. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist

days in Washington D C, New exhibition. hire of Alachua; her son and tha Jack Millers. Thursday, > afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. pretty toys. I ; Mrs. Carl Swisher,

York City. Niagara! Falls, and KEYSTONE LIBRARYMrs. hilt wife Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Lou's mother. Mrs. Ruby Dyal. I Olin- nf Jacksonville- --" are stayIng And when they wanted anything summer organist. INSTANT 1I0USING
other points of interest Helen Lawrence librarian Smith of Live Oak. Other had lunch with them and there for 2weeks.. Mra. Sunday School. 9:43: *Jn.

Dick Martin, and two staff for the Keystone recent guests of Mrs. H. '1'. Thursday: night they were visited Johnson and family, and Mr. AU they had to do was sing Morning Worship, 11 ..m.

members at the Baden-Powell Heights Public Library, has Smith Included Mr. and Mrs. by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Mvs. Henry Irving and When Katie dear was Short Sunday (Nursery open both

Boy Scout Camp, were vlsltlna announced that a Story Hour Jimmy Faulkner and children Sims of Hawthorne. Jack's .Mr.and! Mrs. Rubel Fleming of and fat. hours.) SEE nOD DODSON OK IJKUCE MARTIN\ FOR

with Dick's parents. Mr and is being conducted on Saturday Babble( Stan, and Debbie, of mother, Mrs. Eunice Miller Jacksonville are there this She always tried to kill the BEST DEAL ON A NEW OU
Mrs E. T: Martin. last week- mornings/ during; the Macon, Oa.. her brother and visited them Friday. Jrrk had week. The Irvings and Flem- cat. Episcopal THE

end.John summer. It you are interested his wife. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. his foot exrayed while he was ings are catching' some shell- When ole Kate reached her St. Anne's Rev. W. W RECONDITIONED
Martin son of Mr. and ; be sure to stop by and visit Anderson and her sister, Mrs. at the Doctors on Wednesday, crackers every day. Roy has seventh year Worstall, vicar.

:Mrs E T' Martin arrived In with Mrs. Lawrence at the library W. J. Paulette, also of Macon. and it showed that the bone promised to take us fishing She began to funnel that beer. Morning: Prayer and Sermon .

Sain las week for his everseas ati, which time she will Her daughter and grandson, had been damaged where the the next time the shellcrackers Darling Kate would Bit and 2nd and 4th Sundays
tour of duty. with the U. S. be most happy to !give you all Mrs. Trellie Cheshire and, sting-ray had stung him. The come on the bed. and; we are wait, 93O amnursery( open.) MOBILE HOMENEW

Naval Reserve program. As of the details. Larry, of Pompano Beach are doctor says he will talk to him going to be waiting on him. For handsome Tom, her steady Holy; Eucharist and sermon
soon as we receive: his address T. Sgt. David C. Welmer and here for most of the summer. about when he can go to workIn Mr. and Mrs Cecil Burton date. 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a.

we will pass It on to our family who have been ,stationed Miss Linda DeValencta whois two weeks. In case you of'Bath. S. C. were \lsltmg After Tom bad finished his m. (nursery open). Church

readers. We wish "him the best at Fu-Ohu Air Stationin :attending Florida State University !- don't know. Jack doesn't wantto Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Watklns book. School 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eu- 12 WIDES FROM $3299 UP

of luck, however, It seems unfortunate Tokyo, Japan, have returned at Tallahassee, spent go clamming anymore.Dee over the weekend. He said to Kate. "Hey let's chariat, 8 am. each Sunday.

that he studied to the States after servinga the weekend with her family. and Betty Morris and Mrs. ehaughnessy. celebrated get booked." Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.m. RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 WIDES 1
French in'hiA'h !school! three-year tour of dutyThey tho George DeValenclas. We children were In EustIs visit- her birthday at the home A few years later, Tom said, each Sunday, ETC, 6:30: p.m.
PFC Jim McMurtry son of are visiting Mrs. Cora were sorry to hear that Mr. ing her parents for the weekend of her son John with whom Good Heaven', MODELS
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurty, Marshburn, Mrs. W<<=lmer's Valencia is still In the hospital and fishing in Lake Yale. she lives, wtth a surprise! "Do we nave six or Is It seven"As each Sunday. 2 AND 3 BEDROOM

Is home 01'a 10-day leave mother omd 'T>lan to attendthe and hope that he will be The shellcrackers were biting, birthday party. She was 84 time went on. things went Dally offices of Morningand
from Pamesvllle Ohio. Priorto Alderman reunion on Sun- able to join his", family at homo and; Betty said theytot\ years old. Her son Bob. his for the best Evening Prayer, 8.00: a.m. All Ages & AH Prices!

lifts leave Jim ''had just day, July 18, at Camp Montgomery \ around 50 Saturday. I wife and children of Keystone And Tom and Kate came to and 5:00: p.m. Low Down Payments Monthly Payments Less!!
graduated from Installation \ '* Sgt. Weimer reports soon.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Cox and Helen Walsh of Mandarin Heights helped celebrate the theU.S. LutheranLutheran
Than Rent
Intelligence School at Ft. Hol- for duty at McClellan Air Base family spent the 4th of July Peggy CaJhoun, Pat Murphyand day and all enjoyed a cookout Tom spent a nickel, Kate Church of Key-
ablrd, Md. He is a member of In Sacramento.- Calif. (.n July Tom Hagan of Jacksonville : la the afternoon. Happy
weekend! at their place on spent a dime
stone Heights; Vicar Richard FREE DELIVERY AND SETUPMusterng
the Military Police Force [IM. 24. Johnson Beach. were fourth of July visItors Birthday to you Mrs. Shaugh- They both really had a Jolly Meyer, minister.

P.] for the U. S. Army. ,1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen of the .Pap Norsworthy-, nessyl good' time. Divine worship Sunday 11

Kyle McMurtry end Tommy spent the 4th of July In st. and Henry Norsworthy. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner and When they came over It wasa a.. m. Holy communion 2nd Mobile
Trlest were vacationing. In Ian and Preacher Winters family have returned to Maeon -
happy day
MELROSE Augustine where they visited Sunday of each month..
Daytona Beach, ovet the 4th , of July! weekend wlth Dr.: and Smith Services bald each Sundayat '
hawn. the Norsworthys.Sarah weeks with Mrs. H. T. mad If they'd decided to
Mrs. D. M. Christoffers, M. D. Oulled'ge' is celebrating X M., Barry and Terri Smith stay- St. Anne's EpiscopalChurch. I
Happy Birthday toVlrgle
and family. '[From 'receed1n* Page] Rowe who celebrated his birth her 11th birthday with a of Starke were visiting Mrs. But by and by, they went backto Keystone "heightsFlo. Homes

Ed Rinehart has recently Oathy Fisk al.o attended the day at .his home :Monday.INDIAN party at the.home of her aunt. Smith on Sunday. Mr. and England
returned from the North, Staff Classes while their moth Mrs. David Rape. Cake and Mrs. Keith Cheshire of Ala And according to the song, Baptist

where was-vlslting'! friends ers, ;Mna BUly Singleton and eyYTTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT homemade Ice cream will be chua were weekend guests. that Is really swlnsland. Worship service : Sunday INC.

and relatives. Mrs- Roy Fisk were leaders; enjoyed by several of her Mr. and Mrs. Emery of And now you've heard about 11 a. ox., 7:30: p. m. tnurser) [: U.S. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797
Mr. and Mrs. George Massa I with the Brownie Unit. All the friends Jacksoiwllle and Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Kate open}. | Lake City Florida

and daughters, Phyllis and children reported a wonderful BEACH Peggy( and Cobura :Rains Harris Vanzant of Waycros Till they come back. v>e can Sunday School. 9:45: a. m

Gina. have reunion!returned in Camden from N.a time at the Camp this year ((1AQ.c.. Fe) and Suzy spent the weekendat were visiting Mrs. Jo Strand- hardly wait.- [tnureery open)( Training Un I Headquarters: For Instant Housing >
V under the able. direction of their lake place. I berg Sunday. Last Tuesday
J. Thd Massas 'visited Mr. D. J. Tlnedell of Gaines- By I Mlrbaol n. ChlttyVh. Everttt and Joan Daughtery' Mrs. Betty Butler of Jacksonville .
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ville.. 473tilleAa.4AaAAAa&.AAA4AAa&AAa( ,and children Robert, TImmy Joined the rest _I :: :.-s: : V
Porter, while in New Jersey. !Mr.and Mrs. Gene Sapp and Danny, and Skeeter of White- family here for the fourth.
Thirty-eight members of the children spent last weekend at house were visiting the Lucky Mr. and Mrs. Cotney of
family were present which Ormond Beach. "Hello Dere." This is your Lutgens for the fourth. Fon- Baldwin were staying at AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

was .the first time they had (Mr and Mrs. Wally Crews rolling reporter with a looka den and Ruth Daughtery and 3 Bamhllls last.Wek. and ,
been together in 30 years. have returned to Melrose and the current events .it Indian children Susan Debbie and caught around 25 bream every.

Mrs. Darrell Davis and children ara ,living. : In their home on Beach. I guess we ore all Lee visited them Sundcy. day.Mrs. .
were recent guests of South Grove Street. about to /get ofer the holidays Johnny Ross was In Dtytona W. E. Kite and son, I
Mrs. Davis parents. Mr. and (Mrs. Ethel Snowden' of and are finally getting the for the races Tuesday, but Robert were In Jacksonville AUTO SALVAGE Farm .and Industrial LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

Mrs. James: Clement and Mr. Gainesville Is living: with Mr. days of the week straightenedout came home early because!! ol visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ramie Equipment Hancock OfficeEquipment

Davis parents, Mr. and Mrs. and. :Mra. R. M. Caaon. again. [In case you rain. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomas at their beach homeat Cherry's

H. E. Davis, of Anniston Ala. (Miss Becky Buel and Mark haven't today is Thursday.] Rau and family of Seattle Ponte Vedra :Beach. :Mrs. BRASINGTON i
Gainesville's Most Fashionable
On Wednesday x>f this week:, Burl txf Gainesville visited. :Mr. If all of the roads are as baas '" Wash who havebeen;, visiting Kite jeturned Friday _night, Santa Fe Tractor Address For Ladies
Darrell Davis returned! from a and Mrs. Dock Tison and curs people will not be do- the Ross family have returned but Robert stayed to enjoy the CADILLAC-OIJDSMOBILE )RESSEs-8UIT8-COATS Smith-COrona-AutJwrized .
business trip to Sweden and daughters recently. Tholr bro ing much traveling or 'visiting;, home. surfing. Rodney Kite Is now Inc. Dealer"
England where he WItS representing ther,' Randy, Is In Hollywood, Ours is full of bumps and pot Mr, and Mrs; Fred Swear- working at Bakers Store In Inc.
Sperry-Rarid Electron Calif. making screen teats for holes and must be the worst Ingen were visiting her brother Jacksonville, and staying with SALES is SERVICE T W. Clsry-Victor-Tot allla
University, GalnesvUleMEN'S
ics. one in Bradford County. If and family. Mr. and Mrs. his grandmother for the sum- FORD Adding Machines, CalculatorsSALESSERVICTRffiNTALS
M*. an Mrs. John Sieslorl.'of' the motion picture ind.UItry..Nlcky Fine Aftlertlon> of trilled Cars _ _ _
things don't get betteI am Maxie Mathis in Galnesvlle
ChiapptiU returned to Taken On CadUIwo Trades Tractors *
Ohatcbee. Ala. are visiting 'Texas with his uncle, Chuck going to get out on the high Sunday afternoon. Mr. Mathis! mer.Mr.. and Mrs. Lowery, who Implements WEAR
their nephew and niece, Mr. way and start charging admis- is Just out of the Medical In the Ford Industrial Equipment SAVE TIME DlncuM
CMappJnl and Is)going to vUl(, have been staying :2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 : -. your
and Mrs. 'Darren Davis and with him 'this summer. sion to tide the rollercoaster.A Center. Charles Schmitt cottage for 2 USED EQUIPMENT L & L Men's Shop.

family, this week. We were to hear that person could really get\ rich Mr. and Mrs. Norman Barber weeks have lied' Mrs. Lowery''! PHONE 878-5301 SALES PART SERVICE: requlrementa with n* flrt.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson and Mrs. Edna Baker sorry I Is sick in the quick in the air-conditioning were in Jacksonville sister Martlynn Fulrher and _ PICK UP & DELIVERY .. Florshelm Shoes- 328 N. Main St. GalnMVlUa

family have returned from a hospital In Palatka We wish business, with all of the hot Thursday apartment hunting. her mother of Daytona. Beach 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville Peso Pluma Suits Phone 876-5531

recent camping trip. her a speedy recovery. weather we are having lately. Friday they visited St. Augustine visiting, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Phone 378-2543 Ladles Sports Wear
On Monday of this week Mr. and Mrs. Bally McCrack-' With the high humidity the and Marlneland. Saturday -I Green of Ft. Lauderdale and CRANE Arrow Dreaa Shirts
:Mr. and Mrs. Les Beasley and heat :has been terrible Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dlbby Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Whise- 13 W. University, Gainesville PAINT & GLASS
and of St. Petersburg
daughter, Marian returned to en daughter visiting hU In the past two weeks, we and children. Bill, Becky and nant of Cocoa Beach. LI. ) LN-MER CURY GARDEN SUPPLIES _ _
are parents _ _
their home In Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram R. Me- have been virtually swamped Terry of JacksonvlHe: were Mr. and !Mrs. Dick Illlliard' Liddell Paint &
Mr.and Mrs.. George M. Al- Cracken Lake Swan. with company, but we have down for a barbecue. The Bar- were called to Ft. Pierce ]las Authorised &*Je. &: Service MOBILE HOMES:. .

derman entertained friends Mr. and on(Mrs. Clarence Sampson -I enjoyed every bit of It. The bers will be leaving us the Wednesday by the death of his 606 E. University Gainesville Johnson & Paris, Inc. Glass Co.

end relatives' their home In of Mt. Dora are upending hot-weather has brought every first of August. They are mov- uncle. C. A. Hilliard. They returned MUSTANG

Keystone Heights on July 2. the- week with Mr. and, 1/lra. one out swimming and skiing. ing back to Jacksonville: home Monday. Phone 372-4201 Complete Line of Mobile Homes I Inc. KTANIZE PAINTS

This was both a family reunion W. H. Allen. The fourth of July was one Mr. and Mrs. Frank La- Red Neal and Mr. Cromwell Crane rUEDS-PJ'.A.vrS-: Gla.*"Mirror Sliding Door-

and a' trlole-fclrthdav (Mm.' Bees Lynn. Mrs. Nettle of. the better days as far as grease' and daughter Debra of of Jacksonville caught 7 bass Imports Innectlcld**-Pet !SupplierFERTDLJZERS' Gainesville's Discount Mobile Tub KncdaHuroft-Shower. Door
celebration honoring Mr. and the weather was concerned It Gainesville Mr. how slow '-WlndowII-AwnInC-.
Mannr and Mrs. Thelma Prod-. were visiting Monday. No matter Volvo I (Mercedes-Benz) Home Swiea Lot.
Mrs. George Alderman and didn't\; rain all day. We had avery and Mrs. Owen Bryant over they are biting Red always Purchase discounts on entire Wallpapnr-Rtorefront
ton were recent visitors to see 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
fa their lone.daughter Mrs. Ted Con- Mtea Cora Lyons at the T. B. nice barbecue dinner, FIAT-inLLMAN -.,..,,... --'V.-'"r UJ' ._...... ............. chain- -ctia.ra.ntea___ ____n huiri----- -earing'- -.---- Consultation.
Thirty-four membersof Sa'nitortum'at and the following/ people enjoyed I' 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.

the family were present to Mrs. Carl Haggluttd Tampa., Sr.' and it with us: Tommy and ,DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 2201 N. Main Gainesville PHONE 373-0478 NEW MOON CAPElLA GAINESVILLE' 372-8191

help celebrate the three birth- Rhonda Yarbrough of Phone 372-4373 Gainesville Fla. PACEMAKER _ _ _
Carl III
Haggflund recently
days. The guests villa: GaInes-I
enjoyed a Tony and Jean
spent the'weekend In Jack on- STARKE PHONE 9 1-6200 Used Mobile Homes Low
cook-out and swimming In the son Shawn, of Keystone SEWING MACHINES
vllla where they visited :Mrs.! I Triced. With approved credit
afternoon. j Hggltmd'daughter, Mr. andMrs. Heigh; rvtro. Roy Crenshaw, i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Beaaty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE: low as $100 down.
Siisy is In Keystone to her
waiting daughter Joan and boy
R. 4 Jones and daughter, National I Sewing
Join her husband. Sgt.. con-' friend. Billy Bourg; Mr. and Rental Services 4820 NW. 13ta St. 441 North
fnlone! who i 18 serving a tour' Terry. Mrs. Wayne Hersey. all of POWELL'S
of In Mla Yvonne Boyle of Jack Gainesville 378-1BM Machine Co. Inc.
duty Japan. Gainesville; Mrs. James Sullivan ,
sonville to the'week HOSPITAL BEDS. WHEEL CHAIRS
Oeoitre: Alderman left for spending of Wllllston, Mr. and Mrs. Beauty CALL COLLECT

the Bahama on Wednesdayof with her grandparents. Mr. and J._ H.___ Chlttv___n__ of__ _Rtarke.__.__. and_.._ CRUTCHES Academy GLASS CO., INC. New Home, Pfaff. Nelco.
this week. Mrs. J. J. Boyle. Pam Bass and friend Bill visited Learn a Profession In Your Universal Sewing MadUnea:

Mrjsnd Mrs. Everett Pox, Mr.'and Mx;. Richard Dough briefly. Spare Time. Full or Part Time EVERTTmNO IN' GLASS Motorcycles: Scooters Sales Service
Miss Jackie Pox and Miss Pat erty and children Kim .and Dick Braswell I Nearly; New Units $5 monthlyBudget
of ChIc-
son ,
Store Fronts
Cuendet, were In Columbus, Bryan of Fayetteville Ark. DAY A EVENIXa CLASSES Mirror CYCLERAMAMotorcycles
ken Man] of Starke visit-
Window. Terms Available
Sliding Glass
are visiting friends and rela-
Oa) last weekend WALDO
visiting with LIQUORSBOBBY'S
Ing Wayne
tives. Thursday, and wasa Low Tuition Terms Doors Tub Enclosures
the Fox's oldest son, O. C. supper guest. Mr. and Mrs.: flit W. ITnlvieralty. Gainesville
(Mr- -and Mrs. ''Dean Crouch 21 N.W. 10th Ave.
IBntchl For. whois: a candidate : Gene Chitty and Mrs. Ola lOSS X. E. Waldo Rd. 378-1355
HIDEAWAYU.S. Gam-.me 378-8764 YAMAHAB
for Officer's1' School at family Friday for a
Smith of Bonlfay Mr. and Mrs.
Ft. Bennlnar. vacation In West Virginia Alfred GalnovtUa 374084University
Hudson. Mr. Mrs.
Miss Toni Hill where they: will visit Dean's _ SERVICE
and Miss Norman 301 One Mile TILES & PAINTFLrNTKOTB
parentH. Hamilton Cindy and North of Waldo CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES _

Irene visiting' Hooper their: of grandparents Miami are :Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Barring-. Starke Kathy, were and Kenny Fridayflight Chitty and of I _ _. _ Glass 815 W. Vntvenlty. GalDenfJJe TILB

:Mr. and Mrs. C. E ton have returned to their LIVE MUSIC 378-2811: .
Suter, for Saturday guests Clar- .
: were INSIST Asbestos
THAT Vinyl-Vinyl Asphalt
the'summer.. homo In Butler- Ala. after a I '_ _ _
ence and Thelma Morgan and & Glazing Co. Inc. Fleer Finishing; Products
Herb Nelson entertaned visit with his parents, Mr. and children.: Paul Dennis and Wed.. FrI., Sat. Nights CONCRETE PRODUCTS ,

friends and guests with Mrs. B. A. Barrtngton.- and her .r......_. ..., u..__.n'4 rotft AI___ I. MOVERS CARPET'']
luncheon and party at his a sister. L.and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. with-'- i' th"M;;;;V S ,were Ja. %their L'J115 I tJ\J-\ tGO-GO GIRLS. ARE TIlE BEST FROM .. AVTO MIRRORS GLASS Long Distance Moving WALLPAPER
(Jimmy) Price and
home on Lake Geneva, on married daughter Ann and Local Drayage
July: 4. Guests Included. Mr. children Linda and. Kathy.It BUly Pittman and son, Gerald. I Building Tub EndoMire" Rhower Storage Pack!** -prattac
& Paint
and Mrs. Edward D. Maher seems like everyone had Saturday afternoon Mrs Sybil Discount Prices on Package Goods Supply I Inc. Door Store; Front. Shipping TenneyTile
and children of Jacksonville. a. busy 4th of July weekend. Braswell of starke. and! her FREE ESTIMATES CALL
V Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan 2222 N.W. 6th St.
Miss Patty Maher of Pitts :Mr. and Mrs.\ Philip Morris sister-in-law Mrs. Braswell 726 8. Maln-472-4$44 1319 8. :Main Gainesville Gainesville 378-1302
burgh. Pa. entertained some of Philip's 118-" HILL'S MOVING
Mr and Mrs Phil and children
: of Miami came
_ _ _ _
family with a picnic at their GAINESVILLE! FL. .
st. Tee ana eon of New Or- down for. a swim. Sunday the .
Leans, La., Mi's. Lola ''tyon home. ThoM present included Hamlltons and the Balls! were I That's Our & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL V

and BOn, Buddy of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. David Hlnont back and spent the day. Nor I GLASS Business. I IRON ORNAMENTAL
!; '
and son of MIddleburg Mt. and ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC _ _ 3340 N.B. Waldo Rd.Galnesvul .
Miss Harriet Harper Mr. and man and Tony have been
Mrs. Donald 1 e; "If It's Clams We Have If i ]* 372-4271
Chessman and son House of Travel
:Mrs. Jack B. O'RelUy and' helping my father build a ,
children who are house guests of Jacksonville; and Mr. and and : j
carport they got lots of CALL, WRITE or VISIT Ornamental Iron -
at the Nelson home and Dr. Mrs. Howard :Morris and children work done over the weekend. I MUSIC INC. f
Albert Reilly of Jacksonville, of ilelrose. Peggy Voylea returned to' FOR ANY GLASS NEED I. steel Stair
Mr. and Mrs. Mr.\ and Mrs. H. O. WiUiami I' Motor Lipham Music Co. -
Chuck New- Greensboro. N C. with her We Design Modern Store Fronts Repair Co. Fabrication tc Erection of mztsiSTnAMSITB'!
man had an Informal _ther- were tortanat.eenoagh to have sister and family to visit with I .S I Light Structural Steel !

ing of former KeyaUmeis at 4bir.ohUdrMi with.them.t '"them'a fewdays.. Mr. and I Just Mail Us A Pattern For Of Gainesville, Inc. Miscellaneous Iron Gainesville 373-5303 Shopping Ctr. R R.
their home, on July 4. Guests some time during the weekend. Mrs. Earl Voyles attended the
RepairingRewlndingV .
Table TopsSHEA'S 110 N. W. 10th. AvenM Roteta, ,
Those from Car Rental
out town Included
included Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beasley family reunion In II New and Used
Slprelle. Mrs. Tom Oarnar and "Mr. and Mrs.\ C. P. Perry, Statesboro Oa. July: 2. and Steel Products Co. AUthorIZed No Charge For Our Service)

children [the former' Sue !!lip- fr. *ai d family of Toeoa, Ga., visited-with N. C. Beasey: and I V GLASS CO.I WORK ,GUARANTEED Baldwin Pianos Organs Weekdays 8S: to 8:00 ,
rellel. Mr. and "Mrs.""DickSlprelle. 1M,..'- and Mrs.'Do.-ncS"WU11ams family over the holidays. ,I N.W.23rd. BIv&. Gainesville Guitars' Gibson Goya Sat. 8 to U.
Mr. and and family of Gainesville and 1 Drum. Ludwig SUngerland S415 W University Av*-
Mrs Cam
Layton and Sadie Whitehead Phone 1 872-S31S 17J- S81
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Feuder
Bnstedo. Mrs. Bob Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams of) Columbia, S. C were/ Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-435.1 j Standard Amplifier Gainesville/ 3781CO1rAGE

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Looking Backward ____..,._.._'_..__________..______ Bellamy
And You ________________________ Swift
Community Groups : Victory< _____________,_?______.-.....--.-_... Conrad

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Adopting Fifth Horseman _____________,._-______..____________ AdamsA : CHURCH CHURCH
Famous Books, Ancient And Medieval ______________ BAPTIST ClItTRCU CHURCH CHURCH
Downs Partnership With Death _____,_____________________ Adam, II Schedule of services: :Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m.
Masters Of The Scalpel _______________________ Riodman I Sunday School 10 a. m.
TU.ke My Uf _____________,___ ___.__________ Graham Sunday School 10 a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Mora- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I ..
Introduction To American Government __________ & School 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Morning Worship 11 m.;
Ogg : Rat I Washington, D. C. ------_____________?______ VUlni Morning Worship Service 11 Ing Worship 10:45: a. m. and 7 p m.-''Rev. .Leland A. Worship S f. ID.I'
In Case Of Emergency ___________,_____ m.Training: Union 8-30: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. TrainingUnion Evening
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The Plot -----_____________________________ Wallace 6:30 Rev. Jack Baker. pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Costumes Through The Ages __________________ p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30p. : : p-m. Evening Service 7:45.: Mid-
---- Layer More Lives Than One ________u____________________ Flood m. Stolte pastor. Service Wed Thursday Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing each :Friday at S
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The' Oxford Book Of American Verse ___.______ Matthleasen Wed. 'T:30: p. m.: Brotherhood Sunday School 10 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, ID a. m. BROOKKR BAPTIST

The'New Oxford Book Of English Verse ______________ Couch IYwn7YtRwt TIRtEN REVIVAL BEGINNING meeting! last Mondayin I Worship Services, 11.. m. 633 W. PrAtt St. Sundaff Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.Morning .

Paper M Art Of Driftwood And: Dried HAMPTON *, pastor. djcy, 7:30: p. m. Pl-ayor Meeting m. Preaching, 11 a. m. ning Worship 8 p. m. Training : p..m.
Arrangements __ ':1'
Ishimoto A tent revival will begin Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Wednesday! nluht service Evening worship,
I Thursday. July 13, on U.S. :301 HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH L. S. Williams, pastorKINGSLEY Training Union. 6IS: p m. 730; p. m. Everyone welcome.L. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday.
By'Mrs.' Mary\ WIILUuiu north of Starke near the Bradford I Evening Worship, 7 p. m. 7:30.: Vernon N. WlUtaaaaoo.
L. Parker
I 100 at Thwc-M? pastor.
Furniture Factory. Ser- [Highway LAKE Everyone welcome Elder pastor. .

& AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAuDr. vices Win begin at 7:45: : each Sunday School _0 a. m. BAPTIST CIICRCBr T. C. Williams, pastor. CIIURCII OF CHRIST
Morgan Road ]I
Chapel ToOpen I and Mrs. Don Pearson night. Morning W01'llhlp.-l1 a. m. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAH!::! I Bible 10 School 0:43 m.
and. family spent several days Services will include prayer Training Union-6:30::; p, m : Sunday: Study Sunday : a.
Services SundayMorgan with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mat- for the sick, old time preaching Evening: Worship I:>* Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship.! 11 a. m-
I II chett last week. and Gospel singing Training Union, (::15 p. m' Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'I Communion Service 11 a. m Training Union 8:90: p. m.
I Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Manning Evangelist will be Rev. Milton !- p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30: 1'. m. Youth Fellowship, 8 p m. Evening _'vlce. '::30. Evening Service, 7:30: Mid-

Road Chapel is a mission of First Cap. ; moved last week to Green Luke. Pastor Js Sam Odom. Sunday Services Sunday Midweek Prayer Service,, Choir Practice: Wednesday. I Wednesday Worship service week Prater Service? 7:00:
I Cove Music and Bong will be pro- School 10 a. m. Morning Wednesday, 7:30 m. Rev.
Springs. : p. Wednesday.Johnson .
7 m. Minister Jack P. p. m. 7
,,8 p.
tilt'Church of Starke. Worship 11 a. m. C. A. Youth I" p.m. I
It is located on Morgan Rd-, I :Mr. and Mrs.. Lonnie Melton vided 'by Lamar Crews. Jim Rlgdon. pastor. Come let
had as visitors last week: Oscar I, Group, 6 P- m. Evening Worship us worship together. I Rev. Robert O. Buroh.. I,, :bell pastor.iAn .
about one mile West of 301 North. Ser'lwill' I MWton. tome from' the Vee- FIRST METHODIST '7 p. m. Prayer Meeting,
: CHURCH. STARKEh 7:30: p. m. Thur day.
rans Hospital for a few days.
begin Sunday 16 -- -----
July with. IJro. Bob Cooper, Mrs Kathy. Melton. Mr. and 1W1 sllntVpp ?oHrl (?S -Leroy Ughtaey pastor

Gainesville, as pastor. s Mrs. J. L. Messer of Orange Sunday Church School, DEDAN BAPTIST IBrookerl .,. '
Park. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 9:43: a. m.; Morning Worship.
Hagan and family of>St,, ,Augustine 11 a. m- Snack Supper for Sunday! School, 10 a. m. investment in Your FutureThejarpenter's
Services will be 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., with I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow 'MYF 6:30: p. m.. MYP" meet- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. .

'f' I Melton and Carolyn. Mr, and Ings 7 p.. m.. Evening Wor- Training Union. 7 p. m, Eve-
Sunday School at 9:45 and Training Union at 6::15. I Mrs. Bill Melton, of Gaines. 'ship 8 p. m. ning Service 8 p. m.-Rev. a 'I'E m fJ Cmlm' ft(

Prayer meeting will be" ed. evening; 730.: I I .and ville.Phil Arthur Eunice Melon of of Graham Waldo MondayMen's 7 p.< m.; MYF Club Wesleyan meetsat Lacy Conway, paIIf>or.. MNw. A_Iw_.1a .

Phyllis Griffin and Lou Ann Sub-District meeting, 7:30: p. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST
People in this area are urged to come and help j Thomas of Starke attended m., Christian Witness Com-
located on HaymoUgh! -
mittee meets at 12 noon.
this mission to grow and serve the'community.' The Jacksonville Big Ape Saturday Convention night.In Wednesday Bible] study way [SR 2231: ].at Ralford Road

Starting Sunday, there willa and prayer meeting, 7:30: p. [tSR 161. Services: Kund>
School, 10 a. m. Sunda)
horse eronr at the Jerry m.Thursday
Chancel choir Morning Worship. 11. a. m

s>--- !rehearsal 7:30: p. m.. BPW Training Union. 6:30: p. m FRIEND
E --
a = meets In church library, 7:30p. : Evening Service, 7:39. Mid,

m. Week Prayer Service. Wednesday -

JACKSONVILLE' [ BUSINESS DIRECTORY AIRPARK BAPTIST. hon,, pastor.1:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law' To buU..one must !lam plain% and plans give exact measurements. Tie

r I carpenter "who makes careful rcouroremeattta finds that the work la madecoaler.
Sunday Services !
APPLIANCES'Appliances'' SchooL 9:45 a. m. Morning Careful measuring prowuU waste...waste of time and matcrl: a.

MOBILE HOMES-USED, PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S Worship. 11 a. m. Training Sunday School lo a. m Therefore be measuring device b truly a friend to the: carpenter .tayeiThe ;
Union 8:30: p. m. Evening Morning Worship. 11 *. m .
Appliances Color TV
Stereo Magnavox Service. 7:30.: Wednesday Pre-Servloea !IBooster band, d-orc-t wanta lobe your CrienJ and help you to a easier and better war of
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m Yoking\ .People, and Prayer II IIIifa.
** Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shop Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. Sorvtc.1 1 p. m. BvenlzikWorship. The Bible dearly gives us a way to measure life. Through many ceoturiea

""Vou General Get A Electric Good Deal AtUSED TRAILERS Commercial Photography. and Portrait : 7 1 p. m. Midwee>' man baa found no better.rules than thoee given la tho Bible '\ i
ervioe, Wednesday, 7:3(1: ( p
t6:7;) () Campers from 8' 20' Frames 1058 & Custom Framing Wadsworths.come. Everyone wel- m tor..-H v.. D. 1.. Ranuey.pas. : ) Attend church and teooiro the-SsJeaOy- welcome that awalta you
Blnndlng Blvil.
F. 0. MILLERTO. ((90 Mobile Homes 32' S3' Jacksonville 88-1-1164 Dave Dyal celebrated his ) ''of

.. :.: Trade Bank Financing 90th birthday Monday night BETIJEL BAPTIST C CKCP
Html 4- nr fmm HfJurkiont Those helping were Mr. and

.llto llgwy. 21, Orange( Park Mrs. Elmer Lewis and family Sunday School, 10 ... m
PIANOS of Starke Mr. and::\! Mrs. Jim Morning Worship, 11 a. m
Auto Sales & Service Tel. 361-032: my Dye! and famly cf Keystone Evening Worship 7:30: p. m

Heights. Mrs. Virginia Prayer MeeUng. 7:30: p. m
LAND For Musical\ I Adds I Roark, Mrs. Ruth Dyal. Mr. Wednesday Her. W I

ROVER MOTORCYCLES C. CARTER, NICE and Mrs. Ernest Greene, and Newman: pastor. '
t : Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron and
The World's Finest In .. ..... f daughter of Hampton MADISON STREET

Sold 4 Wheel and Scrvlcrd Drives' by H 0. N;{ D A .\ .'"'i sl, !, J.r-siJ) Marie Is spending Starling'ithi
Roberts';. Chevrolet _1 ... r Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron.: Sunday Sunday School,
Green Cove Spring. 3033Jackftonvllle M\ O T O R C Y |O( L K S I Mr. and Mrs. Armand Presley 0:43: a. m. Morning Worship, ,
/ 261-0000, / Established] 1948 of Nashville. .Tenn. were 11 a. m. Training Union 6:15.: '

ALL MODELS Chlckerlng &" visiting Mr. and Mrs. George WMU Prayer Circle 7:15.: I brae td's arMw a* -_
Other Name Brands Williams on the 4th. Evening Worship 7:30.: Q ..w le aro +a v r hr f.rP d NY. -

JEEp Katie Ann Wednesday Prayer and, L.ddll.d.rdb NM./ __ I 11
Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS CONN ORGANS Thomas spenttwo _,4 t
M M aw MakewiYYb MX Ys..6sas KMThis
Praise Service 7:30 m.
Vehicles 2651 Park Jacksonville/ 3888.119PICTURE weeks in St. Augustine : p. IdrwwMr ..
win Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Church' Choir rartlre., fr39.::
Station '
e Jeep Wagoner Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. air >hdltloned f.gda..6 rN
Hagan. Church completely co
Wagons IA ".rd r a.d... w W --- -
S Jeep Unlveroatn, Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. FRAMES: ''all services.. Nursery Everyone opened wnlcome.] for I I _4Vd d..5 adldM r.r+e n..lq er ; _:=:;;;;;r.. -
e Gladiator TrucksAuthorlnd MrUisliE rdif.Y..risrlale+d
Jeep -h
Suitr8 A.U. 6 P.M.O '
Rev Felder L. Rowan --- --
Service. -L ,6; tor. I,I r9s* b r wd rrwrr. =
Approved Parts
.4 Wheel Drive :2 Wheel Closed Sunday & Monday I I 1: w,Fro l.6.lW rdn1o117r Y 19 ._
Drive rO.al..raM&rr.dle ----- -

EDDIE BLAND MOTORS &; CYCLES a. Sunday Sunday School, I ri wli,d..a wd dei n M a.a saY1iJc

Custom Made 0:45: a. m. Morning Worship drsallMYaMiYbSC d =- _
MOTORS Inc. 4910 BaulIBlvd.] / Picture Framing _
Oil I. For Florida Li vine at 11' Evening Worship t 6U3
654; W. AOAMSJACKSONVILLE .-klOl1vllle 77I-81II Graphic and 7::10. Freyer.Me.tini, 7:30:;
Ii!. 4.7751' : Painting: Arts Get M': p. m. Wednesday. "(

Unframed Pictures YOU'
Parrish Motors For Your $ $ CALVARY BAPTIST '
MUSIC IOU POT* BtIn Five Points :
'Ho Salaried .r Com Sunday School. 10 a. m,

SALES /ox 3&3-8531 missioned Employees Morning Worship, 11 m. m

SERVICE DAD & BRAD.I.Aftl9ENLIKE f .Training' 'Unton. '5:80: p. m Feature Published in the Interest of a Better',Community by the Follow
ARTS Service" ':3Q. Prayer
Paulua Music Co. Evening : ,
,I : SEWING CENTER ':'0 WORK'(; : -Meeting, .Wednesday.- 7:80' : DIr Civic-Minded Business Firms ': r '

32 Years As A Dealer Band & 8tring: Instruments p. m.-.Rev. R. H. Butler. .
Always Good Used Cars ._.r_.. ...i'....> YOU Benefit! pastor.
031 Laura St. JacksonvUle Gibson Guitars & ,Amplifiers H.&N.SEWING ... 'I fAULKNER BUSH'SGULF STARKE (BUILDERS

School Supplies-Instruction :CENTER AnSI en Display8J0.12 PLAN REVIVAL SUPPLIES;"inc.

BEAUTY ACADEMYAmerican: .: Wide
Roberts Recorders 1 Va Baths Revival service will be held U-HAUL RENTALS Tunap Drake Repair -

1967 Singer and Expandables June 19.25 at Bethel Baptist Truck Trailer Wheel I Balancing) Cmipleebegpaint e appuuaY.
Music Ubraro-lJfert> ] Church with Rev. H. L. Frost "*
Hairstyling Department Auto. Zig Zag as evangelist. .Services will Complete. Lubrication Most Complet. Line of Bait and Sporting Oood-i

Academy Repair New'and Used start each night-at 8 'clock Minor Tune-up-i and Tackle In ,Bradford "'OIntp L WITJI us rnwrr*

Like New .. i
with epeolal singing
41 W. Monroe St. :II' WuhlDltoII St. M4-M7*
21 MONROE 4. !8-Yr.! financing availableUse .. I*. Newman pastor., 709 S. Walnut Ph. ?964-58O9 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361&
JACKSONVILLE 8539591Riverside Jacksonville 355-8117: Console Model makes fancy designs .. .- .. .

Utches, monograms, I Our Rental-Pur I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat Market
3310 Reach Illvd.rj < STARKE DOYLE CONNER
overcasts sews on buttons chase PlanPaymentsUnder I '. AND COLD 8TORAGX
Hairstyling Jacksonville 398-8001 make button holes & blindAcademy $50 Per Month Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Insurance Agency Mkt. -
stitches. No attachments __I I Morning Worship'11 a. m. sermon We SpeolaUa. ta Cmtom eOaagh*">
< : "Work for The Night Is.. S-A-V-E Cnceries-l\leats--Feeda Ing. Cutting Wnapplac--

2659 PARK !ST.! *. *r _... Demonstrator $64 or $fJ per I Coming." With Your Mutual Agent Gas & Oil ]Prepared ForrilONB De.p1.-
mo. Call Jax 771-1830: '
JACKSONVILLE 388-8337 OPTICIAN NOW. Monday --RA meeting 6,30: 964-70S9

Accredited _' I II. &: 'N. Sewing Ctr I P. to. 222 N. Temple Ph. 984-7369 Ph. 964-5312& Starke Fla.
Qualified Instructors Wednesday Prayer Meet-
Modern Styling Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE ing./ 7:30.: DeWITT C. JONES

Monthly Classes Thursday Visitation. 10 Starke+ 66" Service e
""'here tomorrow's styllsta i WESTERN STORE a.. m. and 7 p.'m.- BILL EDWARDS : \. \"w
are tralnml". y Full Lake Privileges Starke Ph. 961-6200

Homestead Exempt- Brake Service Wheel Balance OF STARKE, INC. .
COMSAMY LITTLE DUDE Financing ASSEMBLY OF 'Gob i and Alignment U$' 3.01 NORTH Ph. 473-317C

Western Store West Weldon St. and. Ri-
Peavy Brothers Prescription Filled Lake Geneva ford Road 16. 612 N.: Temple -Ph. 961-7231 Ph. 961-7600. Starke, Fla.

Electric Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where You'll Find Everything 7 p. m.-L. L. Parker, pastor.LM'RA .

ELECTRIC: MOTOR\ : For the Horse E. Johns Hurst Shell Servic
Charley Sinclair Refining Co.
Sold Serviced-Repaired Artificial Eyes Enthusiast"Western Trailer Sales B.U1IST
Generators-Starters Clothing: Leather-. Sun B.t. School 9U: '... m. Agency W. L. Thomas, IH trlbutr S

AlterationsArmature Eyewear Specialists goods, Saddle and Trailers O. Route 109 On.Mil* S&. Morning Worship, 11 a. I m. I 1S1 Walnut Ph. 904-6070' GASOLLYESKliROSEYB CARL HURSTUwy. 1
Rewinding 313 Lour St. JIM S56-5.WA< Charles Sharon Petty Ke-ntoiM HeightsOpen Evening Worship; 7:30: p.. m- Fuel OU ...1 QrI ,
4044 Lenox Ave. 90S: Ho.! JoJd&rDOd'wo.. Sun. & Evenings Prayer Meeting.. 'Wednesday i GENERAL fNSCTtANCB A
301 :: 100 Ph. M4- lltU
Jaeluonvll 837-25.4 1934 Park Ht. Jag 334--61 JacluumvUle 384-1210 7:30: p. m.-R.v. Lutb& MeOs. I But JVobo4yUuurlf UDCbIneIIII. r*. M24a.
lfellod7 a WatnaV. btarfla
'I- ., palm. : 11:. J.>h_. Ag..ey .
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........... ......... Mrs. Arthur Pearce.. Tuesday.Mr. Council In Gainesville. July family of Deland were Saturday freshments of cake and First Service preach his first sermon Sun- bring guests of lunch.First Others Baptist will and be
of her] to the 25 day morning.
Council overnight guents punch were served
Mrs. Nora TomUnson. of and Mrs. Robert Lee 10-13 as
Set For Morgan There will be a full programof / Chapel.
sister-in-law.! guests
brother and
from Friday Delegates.Mr.
Beverly: Hills Calif. is and Johnny spent Sunday
spending some time with Mr. io Tuesday In Atlanta Oa. and Mrs. Bill Gool by Mr. and'' Mrs. Jay Eunice, Hostesses for this occasion Road ChapelThe activities Including Training
With Mr. Lee's brotherinlawAnd and family visited his brother and David. On Sunday ,they were Mrs.: Ossie Norman, Mrs. School at 9:43: and
By. Enza Blanchard and Mrs. James Hlgelnboham.and sister, Mr. and Mrs R. E. and alsiter-dn-law Mr and visited their mother, Mrs. Alma Norman, Mrs. Walter Morgan Road Chapel, Union at 6:IS. All persons: llv- TOE RIGHT POINT for the
Donald Kndght who are elect favorite ESTER-
1A Mrs. 11:ngJ1 h. Mrs. Bobby Ooolaby, In West Selma Eunice in the hospital. Smith and Mrs. Gene Norman a mission of the first" Baptist ina in this vicinity your
of Jacksonville visited in other churchesare BROOK TELE-
children active fountain
not pen.
AAAAAAAAAAAA&..A.AA' Wells Palm Beach from Wednesday STOUK SHOWERMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith Church of Starke, wilt hold It's
Wain- Mr. and Mrs. Ernerit of write. Com la and
Mr. and Mrs.1'ruby urged to become a part way you
Ala. :to Sunday.Mrs. George Prlvettt was and Shelll were honored at a first service on Sunday. July
and of lIunt v1lle. Road
CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace wrlght Tueday afternoon I eons the ministry of Morgan OKAPH.
Methodist: -. Sunday, are spending their vacation Gloria Baker and honored with a stork\ shower barbecue at Crystal Lake Friday 16. This chapel la located ap .
Worship 11' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ortffte. : with Mr. Wells' mother Mrs. children, of Orlando, visited1: recently: at. the home of night Among those presentwere proximately one mile west of Chapel.A A Clomlflea tn rIle TEL-
School 9:45: a. m.
MYF 7:30 of Palatka, spent Sunday with Mae Wells, other rela her brother-in-law and sister Mrs Gene Norman. Game Mr. and Mrs. Melson Highway 301. north, on Mor- formal opening and dedi- GRAPH bring revolt" .
a. m. and 8 p. m. : lIra Nellie Wilkerson and Mm.. and awarded to ML'S.Bobby of the chapel will be
prizes were Road. cation )
Robert gan
tl ves. Mr. and Mr. Bill Oools- Prlvett. Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday.First Daisy Boch. Lynn Boch returned '' and also her McClellan and Mrs. Norman and children, Reggie The First Baptist Church held on July 23 with dinneron
Baptist Sunday Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs. by and family Book
from Palatka with them Maxle Reddish. has called Rev. Robert Cooper the ground. Those who Adjustable Vinyl
School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a.' after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Duck attended the brother Rudy Hlgfflnbotham. Norman, and Sally Moore of of Gainesville to plan to attend the chapel and Covers. All sizes 30 cent ea.
the weekend.Mr After the honoree openedher : I serve pas-
m. and 8 m. Training Union 43rd Annual Meeting of Flor- and family over Lake. will
p. Malnes Griffis. Kingsley will members of First Baptist at The Telegraph.
Joe Lane and many lovely gilts: re tor of the chapel. He
7 p. m. Midweek service da Extension: Homemakers and
Duane Orlffla.. _son__ of _____'
Wednesday 8 p. m. and Mrs. Paul Orlffls is home
Church of God Sunday on) 20 day leave from Dow s 4It ------ ------- -- --
School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a.
Air Force Base at Bangor, V"SOLD i\\
and 7:30: m. YPE Wed-
TO. p.
Maine. GET UP TO f ,
nesday p. m. Prayer meeting B

7:30: p. m.Highland. Baptist Sunday and Mrs.Mrs.Virginia Henry' Limy Hodges and and Mr. GRADE!E A' QHSCK FROZEtl B Merchants' =
family helped Mrs. Emma
School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 .RIGA
Choir Hodges' celebrate her birthday 5-LB BOXES B r-
a m. and 7:30: p. m .IN
practice 6:30: p. m. Prayer anniversary with a. family din- a C NE3 A

meeting 7:30: p. m. rer.Mr.' and Mn fildhev' Hanson : B EXTRA FREE STAMPS ;' R'{
Selma Eunice entered were guests; of the. Martinfamily : B WITH THIS COUPON ,14I B

St. Vincents Hospital in Jack- at a picnic at. St. Au- F R5Yr: R ((1j; 100 FREE STAMPS WITH $ 5.00 FOOD ORDER
sonville last week due to an gustine on Saturday.Mr. I B B
Infection under her arm She and Mrs. Vernon Starling r. B 200 FREE STAMPS WITH 510.00 FOOD ORDER B
is better at this writing. and family: spent Thurs-
Mrs. John Brown also entered day with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 300 FREE STAMPS WITH $13.00 FOOD ORDER B
St. Vincent' Hospital Baxter of Ocala and Mr. and @iIREASIITSS ;
following knee injury. She Mrs Ben Melvin of Anthony. 400 FREE STAMPS WITH $20.00 FOOD ORDERfl

had knee surgery on Wednes- Mrs. Shirley Wilbur and WITH R ii I' ., .
day and is improving at this Mrs. D Ette Wyke and children SUPERMARKETS

time.Mrs. of New Smyrna Beach I .. .' POUND l... 1 .IM...ADDITION THE STAMPS YOU RECEIVE WITH YOUR fURCHASR?
Bennett Wllklson where Jr.she la visited! Mr. and Mrs W. A.. rises Good Through The Weekend] 'VE 3p" R k"O rr 4. |n-MH MM VOID AFTEIti July 8-67 JM BBI MB M BB B Uh
also In S. Vincent's
Mosley: on Friday.Mr.
underwent surgery. We pray and Mrs. W, A. Mosley Quantity Rights sl i
that these ladles will be able I .91
visited her brother Clifford
to return home soon. Cannon, in a nursing home T1NDII OAIDIM) t DEL MONTE CREAM STYLEGREEN A
STORK 'SHOWER In Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr.
The educational building of and Mrs. Benton Futch GIAtIT I GOLDEN '
the First Baptist Church WM and family of Starke .spent I; '
the setting for a lovely stork Sunday afternoon with Miss
shower tor Mrs.James Norman Elizabeth Terry. PEAS5$1 I 1" CORN 5 l&ar $1 I
last Friday night. After playing We are glad to report that tiNS
several games and openingthe Mrs. Hubert Priest returned __ __ __ ....e..e..
gifts< delicious refreshments home( Monday from Riverside I L WmD ltl 10
were,.served to the 45 Hospital where sne spent the.
guests present. Hostesses were past week- .'
nie Rosier, Mrs. Cecil Hardee, and daughter have returned to
:Mrs. Bryant Reddish! Mrs. Wooster. Ohio,after spending
Charles Starling Mrs. Ethel their Y.CaI1Oel'y. ith'""her parents -
Norman, and Mrs. Vernon Mr. and:: Mrs. Melson, COFFEElA8: 38
Starling.Mr. Prlvett and other relatives..* I :
and Mrs. Cecil Hardee Mrs. Charlie BoWed returned : '
were Thursday overnight to Orlando. recently after ,
guests of his mother Mrs. E. a visit with her soninlawand
A. Stephens, alt Panaeofka daughter. Mr., and Mrs.George YOUR CHOICE! SAVE UP TO 3Sf WITH $ COLD POWER

Lake Mr.near and Mrs.Ocala.Marvin Rosier, Roger/Akerails Prlvett. spending. his 4

Bonnie and Steve, and Tim vacation, with his father. In WIG iTS 3i
Harvey met Mr. and Mrs.'W. HalejrVllle Ala E ; ;
O. Ross, of Orlando, at Salt Mr. .and)! Mrs;: W. F.. Moore
Springs where they enjoyedthe spent Saturday with Mr, and
day. I Mrs. J.:W. Thomas In Live -

ling Mr.and and children Mrs. Charles and! Mrs.star-Ola Oak.tori who Beth had Moore been visiting of Clewis-the SAVE 201* REG 49' .LIMIT-I WITH $5.OO.mR: MORE PURCHASE. fINE.TASTESALAD

Starling enjoyed a short; vacation Thomases, returned Dome.with
in Daytona Beach on them for a visit. Sunday over-
Thursday and Thursday night night guests of the, '.Moores QUART
Friday they visited Mrs. were Mrs. Seebe Andrews and .DRESSING 2ge
Gladys Pringle In Sanford, returning son. Debbie Andrews. who hw ;
home that night. been visiting the Caseys, returned m I ARtkt
Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mist home with' them Mon

. Elizabeth Terry visited Mrs. day.Visitors h sins rotes 'w i.'R
C. E. Strickland in Gainesville at the, home of Mr. T
Saturday. On Tuesday and Mrs. Bryant Reddish were = DAILY-FRESH
they visited (.:Mrs. Selma Eunice Mr. J. C. McOlort and Mrs. fS
at St. Vincents Hospital and Alice Rhodes, of'..Jacksonville. LEAN TENDER
Silas Futch In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Dorman. iii.riiif I.S. CHOICE
Mrs. Jay Eunice and Mrs. alo of Jacksonville, Mr. and j..4( F
Charles Jenkins visited Mrs Mrs. Stanley Barber and son ,
Selma Eunice in Jacksonville of Orlando.' AT SALE
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe 'tr BEEF
. Mrs. R. D. Suber, and :Mrs. and sons, of WUm1n! n.' Del. ICED SPANISH 7ttllL \
Bell Payne, of Jacksonville, arrived Saturday to spend their 3 US at 29
spent the weekend with their vacation with tier mother, ... U.S. CHOICE BEEFCHUCK ): I
brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mrs. Hester Hicks, and her BAR CAKE .
and Mrs. Luther Hilliard. brother-in-law ,and.sister. Mr. ROAST. -48 ,
Glenn Starling and Miss and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and ......;. .*.....!'
Sheila McBurnett, of Jackson. family.. Sunday all the families I?EG. A SAVE oe( tl. fOOD Fill N

ville visited his parents, Mr. visited Darrell .Marine:Martin, Sgt.grandsonof and 39* 3 'FOR $1' SLICED(: ,BACON.:.......................u 69? J. U.5. CHOICE '
and Mrs. Leon Starling over I Mrs. .68t\
the weekend.Mr. I Mrs. Hicks: before they OLIVE, PICKLE PIMENTO. BOLOGNA !1:> ROUND BONE ROASL.tB

an} Mrs. Leo Dyal and were transferred to the Pen- ASST. COLD CUTS..3 K: 79* a
family and Mrs. Lomey Mos- tagon In Washington, D. C. 1, B.S. CHOICE CHUCK ''f.f \\
ley spent the 4th with their Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders ICED REG. 39* .r AZALEA SLICED

Ga.son.. Bobby Bobby, at is Fort getting Benning along, and sisters their Mrs.)guest Mrs.Hester[these Marlon Hicks ladles Marrs and are: RASPBERRY \ 'COOKED OR BAKED HAM....Si R69'.A' ..A BONELESS ROASli ,....._\.88\ ;

fine.Mrs.. Annie Stephens spent of Jacksonville enjoyed a crab SAVE10 U.S. CHOICE GROUND OR PIECES \
last Monday with Mr and supper at KlngsUw' Lake on TRE TS MILD DAISY CHEESE. .65* 4 i! "* \
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El..q.........toIN .VUT

Bill Powell on : Rr.USlILl35C.COOI.QUICI'CUBE STEAKS........ IBfU $1.89 I J I \ Hi

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Renewing r ,..........II..............1.1 ,
SAVE 30*! REG. 79{ '


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Heard our linking commerour renewal recordbecauseelate ,FRIES vLIMIT BOILED OR BAKED HAH.....:: 59t FRESH FIRMCABBAGED -- I I

: "9 out,, of 10 come thtre's no advertisement /
back again for Nationwide\ like a .atJBtled. uatomer. If, 18 RELIGIOUS .. v. J Jtl ..... 18 6,.
5 49: ALLS .. .........
car insurance"T According you would like to' know MEAT FRANKS 59* I
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to the figures, though, more about NationwVdeV broad Oiit
than 90% of our, auto poll coverage, toy rates and tastlCyhold.era .?!, t. _. ., .... '.-
WITH $5.00 OR MORE ... """t "
renew with us.Our claim service, ask 'one of ;
slogan la an actual fact our 2
a* well as a catchy tune polloybolders. Or, ,can me ,I'.' w, '
But what about the (lees I'm a Natlonwid. policyholder JUMBO SIZE LUSCIOUS b- -l+! .)lR"t' ,
than) 10% who don't re- too. .
new? Same sell their cars, .: ; 1
some quit driving, or move I $100 4
out of our operating terri CANTALOUPES OR J
tory. Some leave us, too, I Bill Powell ;
because they think they've +EgEE10.
found a "better' buy." (Yet PHONE 8848184aver ..
half of these people .. ... .
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come Which back proves to us there'later on no! Starke, Florida MEAT PIES & 15* e ; ;! p.ifi .fji, : fji1,1 1 : 'ifI i

substitute tor finding out I I .......T"" II: I ..........?. ='-; = :i'I" ......IT.... -- 0
We're the facts mighty fut happy yourself.about) JUNE SWill o1coUn. t SAVE 5Qi $1.09 ELSEWHERE !I MiftNAMTS GREEN STAMPS I i I i KIHCHAMT GREW-: .STAMP.! I i F 2 MERCHANT 6BtIIISTAM_ '!S j jOU !
PICKLEPOT d o s tueups/eo7A i :.::J IZXO lot !
RELISH 8& 29 a :7m COUATI.ot I IT1 SHOT
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