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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHT 4I, E STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1967 SIX
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Lay Groundwork For Appeal

Suit AsksDanlugc8 .f'. .



Two Timber Firms File



Of Sheriff rbJ'



A .10,000 suit for da IVa Motion For New TrialTwo

mages from Deputy Sher 4:

iff Dolph Reddish was fil-

ed last Wednesday July

26, in the Bradford Court- timber owners, Owens-Illinois, Inc. and Nelson:

house in behalf of a man Blocker, filed motions for retrial in Circuit Court here '

the Sheriff's Department Wednesday morning to begin an appeal of a decision County Sets Move

has charged with violently that they must pay the county back taxes on their

resisting' arrest\ destroy 1965 property assessments.The .

ing county property, and motion filed Wednesday by the attorney for the Timber TaxesNotice

voluntary intoxication. two firms, John E. Norris, Lake City, asked for a new For

Whitney Beale Rend lIt, trial or an amendment of Judge Murphree's ruling.Five .

23. of the Silver Lake area I timber firm, Including
near Keystone Heights it Rayonler Inc.. Container Corp? so arbitrary, discriminatory, that $64,000 In back taxes must be paid in

asking. $20,000 damage! in a u t t'v and Oilman Paper Co., filed or excessive as to eliminate 10 days or their land will be sold at auction is being

suit that nays he was assaulted r suit In Circuit Court in 1065 every reasonable, hypothesis of sent to five timberland owners who have withheld 1965

and beaten by Deputy + protesting< Tax Assessor Gene ]legal assessment Is also con- while their assessments in
taxes for two were
'v i'a trary to the evidence' presented years
Reddish, and $20,000 for being + i' Long's assessment of $78 per ,
at the trial In Jan- litigation.
wrongfully detained In jail and acre on timberlands. But four-dny
assaulted while on the way to Judge John A. H. Murphree uary, the motion states County Judge T. A. Yawn ler. Inc., Container Corp.,

Jail The suit was filed by ruled against them In a decision Judge; Murphree also found who successfully defended and Oilman Paper Co.. to
Read's attorney Ralph Thomas 4' ,, 'ntStMh. .rsr handed down last Wed the method of assessing' timb- Bradford County against the stay the county's sale of their
of Orange Park. -- & nesday. erlands used by Tax Assessor. action, said Wednesday he Is lands and payment of the
resulted fromRead's Gene Long' was complex and timber firmsof back taxes would be to filea
The suit Now Let's Decide Which ColorHu'upantstobo The motion claims tho notifying the five
arrest the night of erred 11It" thatmethods not meaningful and Instead the county's Intended ac- aupersedeaa bond in Circuit
Court ruling
July 12 by Deputy ltc ddlsh. advocated the method used by tion. In a decision handed Court. This would stop mat-
According to testimony. ) givenat ( iif the new $ 6,6li" agriculture. complex tinder eonslrmeUen irt lined In the of assessment Tax Assessor's out- the plaintiffs or some similar down last Wednesday, Circuit ters until Judge Murphree'adecision

a preliminary hearing last the Fairgrounds were occupied Wednesday morning with deriding which brick to !manual of 1001 was not bind- method be used la tho future Judge John A, H. Murphree could be appealed.

Wednesday on the charge of use.. Contnu-tor Ernnnt! Trlpnt. offered tha. county $all) per 1,000 "rlrk nt $.10 per ing on the Assessor since It 'but failed. to make any order upheld Tax Assessor Oena Judge Yawn's notificationto

violently resisting arrest, a 1,00011 he would be allowed to mix: four different colors which he has leftover from had not been approved by the to correct the method used by Long's 1965 assessments the Umber firms which

felony the Sheriff Depart- other State Budget Commission. Long. averaging $78 per acre and had been dictated Wednes-
J JobM.
The decision' handed down
ment received a call to the Trlent Commltmlonerit Iturlc Methods: of timber assessment' ordered the firms to pay day morning and which was
In on the cllttcumtlon are (1-r( ) kneeling: County last Wednesday ordered the
Silver Lake area the night of In the 54 manualare back taxes plus court costs. to be mailed Wednesday or
net forth
Norman, Chalmiiui Dave Shuford and Zedra Hamilton In relIT I ASCS! 'I Officer June !five Umber firms to pay 1965 asked for paymentof
investigate a dis- Thursday,
July 12 to simply enlargements of Attorney for two of the
turbance being made by firecrackers Chapman, Home Demonstration Agent Martha McCain, County! Agent George Hug-; the 1959 manual which was. taxes totaling $<1,000, plus films, Owens-Illinois Inc. and the 1965 back taxes plus

going off. gins Soil Conservationist Bill Haan, mid' Amt. County Agent Hobby Tnjlor. approved.. the motion claims.. hibiting interest, Tax lifted Collector injunctions J,pro-R. Nelson Blocker, filed motionsin Interest on the $64,000 from

Read charges In the suit But they never did decide what they wanted to do about the brlrk. Tho finding of the Court Kelly from selling the firms' Circuit Court Wednesday April 1, 1966. Interest would

that he was grabbed while that the Plaintiffs' lands assessed lands and ordered the plaintiffs morning: however; for a new total about $5,120.
attempting to lock the doorof ---- oR. trial an amendment. of The timber owners filed
an average/ of $78 to pay the county's court or
his trailer, pulled away 'per acre' is 'contrary to the coats. Judge Murphree's ruling; The suit In the fall of 1965

from It, and thrown Into the 4 Hats In Ring Heavy Fines evidence presented, the motion County Judge T. A. Yawn, motions, filed by" Attorney claiming that Assessor Long's
$78
averaging
rear of the patrol car The states. The firms advocated who successfully defended the John E. Norris of Lake City, assessments

suit says the plaintiff I.Read 1 values averaging about $45 county against the five firms, lay the ground work, for anew per acre on timberlands Is

complained' about the arrest Set By MayorIn per acre for Umberlands undera told the County Comm Ionian trial but do not" mean arbitrary: discriminatory, and

and attempted to gain: \ hi* capitalization ,of net income Wednesday that the motion the firms, will, go through conflsoatory. They also chal-
For 12 VoteA methods of as-
fret'd1)Oby removing! the lenged Long's
Sept. method. lays groundwork for an appeal with an appeal.

metal screen between the Fracas ,The 'finding of the Court ., of tho decision but duos Logical> move Cor the* five' lCSMD nt. have also

front and back seats of Reddish's City \ that the assessment .was not I Continued On :Page Twol firma. which Include RayonV. .- The firms their 1966 and protested 1967

patrol car. proclamation caTHng tfie regular city election on .
The complaint further state, assessments. Suits have been
- that Deputy Reddish told the- September 12 'wris1 signed by Mayor Carl Hurst Tuesday rive persons involved in a tiled protesting the 1966 ..-

plaintiff if he did not, leave night in accordance with the City Charter. shooting and cutting scrapeon rl. sments and are frtlll pending

the /poteen door alone he Posts up for grabs will be Hurst's, that of Police South Walnut Street July ., } ,, making a total of $123,.

I iReddi'hl 1 was going to "beat Chief Bill Ronser, Clerk Merrill Edwards, and the coun- 24 received heavy fines or r r 000 in back taxes still un-

the claims hell" Reddish out of the"brandished plaintiff.It cil seats now held by Chairman Ruby Johns, Merritt Jail last sentences week. In Mayor'sCourt paid.Attorneys for the timber-

a blacklack In thteatcnlng Williams, and Jimmy McRae. Mayor Carl Hurst heardtestimony a r firms In a four day trial in
The; rlty's registration books for chief. for three dnys before 4rw January contended timberland -
manner race police i
Real urn open now and will remain ,Councilman. Williams askedif sentencing the five, should be valued at an
The suit! als rlvtiB"
hit with the blackjack was election, Clerk Edwards says. Starke. The of net
men visiting on the' capitalization
while being removed from the could not be modernized to
Councilman Williams appointed fracas took place over a method, advocated by
car to jail, and with the jail early this.. year to fill prevent. so many persons from income
woman, Jeanee Adell Williams the timber firms. Assessor
'being takento out of town from voting lathe
kegs' as he was caused the
by
the vacancy 20, Starke. Long took Income into consideration -
city Clerk Merrill Edwards -
the cell causing Read's r
death of Mayor Randal Chitty, ,
knocked said the books are pat- Harvey Jack Cooper 34, a In his assessments:
artificial to be
eye has stated he will not be a
terned after the state and Starke, was stabbed in the but used the state's Just
Its socket.
from candidate for the one-year un- county, and are as modern, as back with a knife but it was Value Law or present market
Reddish testified ft the expired term. The seat was
determined whom. foundation of
never by value as the .
JudgeT 'vacated when Council Chairman : -
hearing before County any.It
,
stitchesto
took
would take charter The cut seven his valuations.
that he up Carl Hurst was appointed
A. Yawn arwe: decisionlast
It change to prevent persons who clone. Judge Murphree's
to Read's trailer because mayor. move outside the city limits Williams came to Starke, Wednesday, coming more
was the only place in the Hurst. Chief RosHer, and Continued[ On Page Two) according to Asst Police than six months after the
area with a light still on. Because -. Clerk Edwards hv announced Chief Kenneth Fuqua to see trial. dunnlmed the 1965

of Read's dogs Deputy informally they will 'be his wife Jeanee Adell WU- suits and dissolved Injunctions -

Reddish: aid he did not get candidates. Councilman Me- Two FiresReported liams. Two companion, Jeff against Tax collectorJ.

out of hill car but sounded Rae paid hin $6() qualifying South Walnut Street. WillHe R. Kelly which had pre-

the horn to make hi* presence fee to Clerk Edwards Tuesday L. Roberts, 47, came with vented collection of the back

known. night him. taxes or sale of land owned
Read came out of the Chairman Ruby Johns closing .
Wllllami and his wife according by the timber firm
trailer. Reddish .said and out her eighth year on the Two fires which burned a to Chief Fuqua, !got Judge Yawn has said he

weaved badly walking; to the council said Tuesday night total of 12 acres were reported Into an argument; on the .y will attempt to use the decision -

car Upon questioning Read she has not decided whetherto during the past week by steps of
was arrested for voluntary run for re-election. The lone the Florida Forest Service. the lived at 503 basis for collecting the '63
Intoxication. The other two woman councilman has been There have !been 96 fires in woman trial.
Walnut Street. Wll- taxes without a
charges, destroying county unbeatable In past elections. the county since Jan. 1 which Jams South dragged the woman off C of C Membership Drive WinnersChamber Yawn said that under state
property and violently resisting Mayor1' Hurst Id finishing outa burned a total of 7886 acres. hav.80
the steps to the apartment Jaw, the timber firms
arrest resulted from half-year appointment. to his During the same period In her. days to file an appeal to"a
which door and began beating of Commerce Membership. Chairman; Clyde Terwlllrgar eongratulatesCharles
Read's actions In the car on poet after serving 6'/3 1086 there were 70 tires (
present court.
the way to Starke.Deputy years on ,the council. Roiser burned a total of 4316 acres Fuqua s3ld.Cooper Sawyer, winner of the drive by Milling MIS!\ In new membership" last. Thiirwday higher But some action will probably -

Reddish testified is finishing: his third term and The Forest Service reported who also gave his: mid Friday. Dr. T..O. Bitch wa neooiid 1 and Chamber. President David |CnaU be forthcoming within

he had to subdue Read witha Clerk Edwards his fourth.. there was no measurable rainfall address as 502 South Walnut.' third. 10 days since the county Is
blackjack to get hIm' Into McRae la finish- at any of their three tow- came to Mrs. Williams' aid.
Councilman The top two In the drive will receive gold! plated telephone for their home oroffice. going ahead ,with action to
the car. On the way' to town, ing his initial I term. He won era at New River, Lawtey, or Butler Joined In the fray them. that
collect the taxes now
[Continued On Pass T .6JF.A.S.A. ,the 'poet vacated by former Santa Fe The !30-year average with Williams and the -two Six more will receive small plaqu.with. hilnltitnre. gold telephone on against ,Tax

Councilman Ewelt: Lawson. for rainfall in July is 10.77 handed Cooper '"a pretty good Altogether a dozen Chamber. members working In the drive auld 63 new memtbenthlp :' Collector the Injunction Kelly has been removed -

when he ran an. unsuccessful Inches. [Continued On Page Two I: .* for a total of $1,613. Kelly said Tuesdayhe !

plans to go ahead with,
WOMEN'S'" collection of the money unless

SLOW PITCH legal action Is taken, to

Softball Bare Bones' School] Budget Adopted stop Until him the $128,000 Is collected I


TournamentThrough the budgets of the School.
commission -
Board and county
A bare bone budget from $22,500 last year to $3- operating budget! >Is the new funding matching funds for for example. Bradford: fawners funds Into pay staff raises but for backedoff themaintenance are still somewhat "up

5 though It totals a whopping 600 for the entire county. salary schedule approved by the system ,although' enough 'are.alway'!! short of books, told In the air." School Supt.Tom
Sat. Aug. when Supt. Casey
adopted The new budget as approved the School Board along with has been funded to pay the especially the newer editions Casey did not Include the
$3177 million, was item in the en-
the only
:
will them
West Side ParkIn last Thursday night July 27 Thursday calls for school mill- the new budget. But the $116- salary of teachers currently and the situation grow tire spending bill that could be back taxes In the anticipated
Board of age totaling 10268. an Increase 000 Increase In the million retired. worse. revenue In the new. school:
Starke the Bradford salaries.
by substitute teacher
Allowance for cut was .
Instruction for the of 1.688 mills over last plus Item comes entirely from Altogether the operating fora budget adopted last Thurs
Two Friday and Public school year or $68.304 In new tax state sources under the Minimum budget for 87-68 shows a real teachers Is cut to $)6.000 Supt. Casey U looking day but 'he has continually
games 1967-68 year.State and reduced utility rate from
Secretarial ,
down 7000.
dollars. All but .15 mills of Foundation Program. Increase of some $51,000 over stated the money would same
Saturday. of the new spending funds have the City of Starke so his
that Supt. Tom the Increase will go Into the About $73,000 comes from last year, discounting the clerical: : assistants ads operating budget a great
Is such utilities
Games start 7 P.M. bill the responsibility all-Important operating bud- Oov. Claude Kirk's teacher teacher raise and $90,000 figure been sliced from $44.000 to $30,000 figure /or deal.' He told the School
who ha There
are
Casey, adequate.
of balancing tha School get. It will mean an Increase pay raise amounting to $393.80 for retirement. $33.000 In the 67-68 spend- will be schoolsIn Board not to plan on receiving

Adults 50c Board's four" budgets told his of about $10 per family, Casey per Instructional unit. The remaining Every Bradford teacher will ing bill Both these cuts are three air-conditioned this but the K, however.
the city year
Children over 12 25c board members frankly said. $43.000 increase receive a pay raise of at least termed "drastic" by Supt. ts only $2.000 over The County commission J Is

that teachers will be allowedno Some relief could be obtained comes through MFP funds for' $350. As last year, none will Casey figure up rate Casey Is till In the process of, formulating
equip- last The
taxes 15 teachers assigned receive less than the $5,000 Funds for teaching year. for 1967-6$
whatever unless If the $70,000 In back about new to a budget,
This Space Contributed field trips starting salary. Unlike last ment, supplies and other asking of the City Is equal
vocational-tech
all are paid from owed the Board were forthcoming to the new Holiday and has made no decision
expenses down to the reduction given the
Weekly to Publicize other sources even to gas for but Supt. Casey said< nical school. year teachers with one, two, classroom needs are when It first located on handling the back: taxes
the entire county. Inn
Community Events by the school bus. The rule includes he sees no assurance that theme Another Item which Inflatesthe and three year's experience $3,500 for
athletic trips the timber firms Involved In operating budget but delivers will recel,'$lOo per year for Last year $22,000 was spentIn )In Starke. GOSPEL SINO

The CommunityState superintendent any added stressing the recently decided court decision no additional operating each year's experience In a return this category and It wasn't Only $15.000 Is budgeted thecounty's AT AJKPABK BAI'nsJTThere
work
for maintenance on
will dollars to'' the county! is a to a pay scale that gives sufficient.
with the county payoff
Bank his statement.In -..
Employees In the janitorial school buJldinga wtl be r pe! elJJl'lmrat
the $100 each to 10.
Item which comes year up
$1-! soon. The superintendentsaid $00.256
the scoria sparse to the $44OOO the Church
Insured an compared Airpark Baptist
Accounts now he had conferred with from but is Immediately re But for most everything else department now earn
634.150 operating budget there spent on this Item last ;year. starting at 8 p.m. Saturday.Aug. .
of $2,700 per year
to $15,000 by It the other around. average
up needed various county officials and turned to the state. as matchIng was way
for badly
is Hall 12. All weI-
room are
no funds are badlyneeded ViceChairman Rodney gingers
Insurance retirement State receipts for textbooksare and more
teachers
Federal Deposit for the
authorities before coming funds
pay raises for maintenance legal tott,307'a here. The Board especially called this false economy.' coma The public 1* Invited.Rev L-''
state Is expected to be down
Corp. and funds: for( classroom to the decision. system; The Olive
,
personnel wanted to shift some [Continued On Page Two Leroy pastor
In cut of nearly $4,000. 4
supplies have been cut: Biggest Items by far, In thAt about $300 million behind $





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I Mr. and Mrs. C. K. MLzell Mrs. Crystal Ashe and reporters attended the public I I tar with Rev. I. T. Carter of- J Five Prisoners New Document

of St. Petersburg were last children of Shaw Air Force hearing last Thursday en the City ElectionSet ficiating. Interment was In the '

Thursday overnight guests ot Base, S. C. visited he; par- new budget. Charles Johns, church cemetery under direction -I Bound Over On Filed In Suit

W W Mrs. George Anderson.Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Allen however. stayed for the en- of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Escape Charges Against SRD

! and Mrs. David F. Jr., recently.Mr. tire presentation of the Sept. 12 Home. I

Crowson of Smyrna, Oa. were and Mrs. C. L. "Cooper spending bill by Oupt. Casey Five Inmates of the State A "request for admission"

weekend guasts of Mr. and spent last Thursday nigh and he took park In the discussion. May's'Court Prison near Raiford: who escaped document has been filed in

GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. Claude Crowson. on Bedford with Mr. and Mrs. Donald f Continued Trim Page One] last month and were Circuit court here In connec-

Phone 961-7603 Lake. Cooper In Cocoa. They Johns suggested that the The following cases were captured July 16 have been tion with the $93,124 suit filed

Mrs. Robert Millbank and brought home their grand;:. Board could save $9.000 by from voting. They now stayon disposed of in Mayor's Court bound., over to circuit court by Florida Power & Light Co.

children of Contrail City. Long, sons. Ray and David Cooper cutting out their salaries of the rolls as long as they Tuesday night: after .a preliminary hearing against the State Road De

/Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Guy and :Mrs.!\ John C. Gre'er and Island, were recent visitors of for the weekend. Enroute $150 per month and servingfor are not registered elsewhereand Danny Carl Stewart disorderly before Bradford County Judge partmentThe

family returned last Friday children of Bradoton are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. HoguoSr. home they visited Mr. 'and expenses only. Supt. ''I exercise their city voting conduct by disturbing Theron A. Yawn. i -utility' company issuing

from two weeks vacation in her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ntven Lee and family Casey told;!, Johns he had a privileges once every two the peace $27.50 fine. The five, Bobby Ray Clenny for the cost of relocating -

Northeast Georgia. Thty also J. F. :McComlb this week Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade in Oak Hill on Friday. point, but that he knows of years. Richard Lee Battles Gain Gary Edward Lyman Robert poles and transmissionlines

'visited Rev. and !Mr. W. M. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and were visiting friends In Ponte Mrs. Jimmy: i Carnell of Mi- no school board in Florida esville, reckless driving by Lee Robertson, Phillip A.I IPk4ns
US 301
Dunnagan In Canton, Ga.: Miss Madge Mlddleton visituJ Vedra on Tuesday, and Wed- ami and Mrs. Johnny Simpson .- which at present Is serving running red light failure to __noo. iiTiH_un Norman Lee Wilson ., along between
:Mrs. Ernest P. Bolancl anti .Mrs. J. A. Budd :Jr. and fam- nesday. of Jacksonville were last unpaid. The superintendent 2 Timber Firms yield right of way and causing are charged with escape..66 Starke and the Lawtey in 1965-of

children will return to their ily in Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Mac Thursday visitors of Mr. and further stated that the present accident, driving with restrict.ed The first named four were also during four-lanJng

home in Athens. Ga. this and Mrs. David Mont- Blain spent Tuesday to Friday Mrs. Volley Starling. Bradford School Board license taking car without charged with larceny of a I the highway.

weekend after two weeks visit gomery returned Sunday from of last week with their! George Lovell or Starke. has earned its salary by File MotionContinued owner's permission; $116% fine. prison truck In effecting their!" The suit was originally

'With her mother, .Mrs. H. 1... two weeks vacation in Tennessee son-In-la.w and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Dee Saxon of Himrton meeting times each Daniel Leroy Bryant, Glen escape. filed in Leon County two
many
fipeer. They all visitod ::'If 1'. 111. and North Carolina. and Mrs. George Fortunas, 1 in and Mrs. Ollle Dowling of month during the major 'St. Mary, voluntary Intoxication After the hearing last Friday years ago. but was trons-

and Mrs. John Speer In. Venice MI'. and :Mrs. Charles W Ape lachlcola. Wado have been admitted to school construction projectsover ( From Page One] ; $37.50 (bond forfeited. at which the defendantswere fered to Bradford county

the past weekend and were In Lance and family of St. Sim- Mrs. E. P. Renner returned! the Starke Nursing Home. the past two Lucian Block, Lincoln City, represented by Asst last springAbout
:Marineland and St. Auguutineon ons Island Ga. .spent the Saturday from two weeks years not necessarily mean the tim disobeying police officer; $27.- Public Defender James R.
Local admittances Bradford
to Johns also took note that ,
Tuesday i i .-Itend with Mrs. M. W. : ber firms will go through with 50 or five days. Yawn bound 0
: visit with her brotherinlawand this Pierce Judge
County Hospital the school budget Is made of
Mr and -Mrs H. L. Browniee I Lance.. Levy :KloCloud t Starke, disobeying -
five
sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. week Include Mrs. Onetda state one.He I over the on escape
: about 75 cent
Jr. of New Orleans La. were Miss Jean Mundy was In per also announced he is a police officer, improper ., >' '
and Perk- ,: ', :
W. Prather In Temple' City Johns, Mrs. Alma Leurck charges and Lyman <., < Ji:!: :'iII 'i-!
,
visiting Mrs. Brownlee Sr. and I Birmingham, Ala. Monday to Calif. funds. notifying: the timber firms the tag; $52.50 fine. Also Ins on charges of larceny of < ::' ,."'.".. ,''"''"',.,,./(' ':'>I<
Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Chabteen Wednesday attending a con- Mrs. Edna Sauve, Ellis Rosier, "If the people were willingto county will sell their lands at license revoked for 90 days for an auto. ':' < '-;,;1'
the North FlorIda
the first of the week. ference. on Mental Retarded Attending Woodrow Holllngsworth, Mrs. contribute more we could auction If ,the $64,000 In back reckless driving. At the time of their escape. f
Christian Service campon "
Mr and Mrs. R. E. Firth Education. Sarah McCall and Paul Bur- have excellent schools, taxes owed for 1965 plus Interest Jean W. Holmes, Lake City, the five Inmates had been
were visiting their daught.i1ld ', Byron Newcomb of Atlanta, Little Lake Johnson last an, all of Starke; Mrs. Demcr Johns said. on that amount since attempting to do bodily harm
the bache
Charles .. ___ __ .. workiiig in or near
( Diane Firth, in Fort Ga. was Sunday overnight week were of the First Christian Reese, _Lee I _'_Lowery L'ou of _Brooker 01 _o"; Mrs.' The Board.. ,h adopted. the .Avt.ll...... 1_, fOAK ov_.. .la_ .nnfr__. .vtnlrl. '. ll.lttl-..w witn- pistol; '::7.0U: or live I lors' quarters building at the
Lauderdale last Thursday to guest of his parents, Mr. and pastor Mane uicKson 01 Kanora: ; new spending bin unanimously In 10 days. Yawn said the let days.C. I trustlea.I .
a*
prison
Monday, Miss Firth is employed Mrs. 'Q. S. Newcomb.Mr. Church, Gary Jordan, Nancy James Marshall Beam or on a motion by Art Holll- ters to the firms would be L. Williams, Sanderson, Wilson, Perkins and Clenny
I
in Fort Lauderdolo as a and Mrs. Hoist Beall Fullwood Sandra Tomlln Keystone Heights; and Leas- day, seconded by Seeber mailed Wednesday or Thurs driving without, $52.50 bond were captured In Jacksonville

dental hyglenlst. and son of Macon Ga. were son Kathy Falukner, and ton Wynn of Hampton. Goodman. Chairman H. A. day. forfeited. Lyman was apprehended in

Mrs. H. L. Brownleo is visiting visiting her parents, Mr. and Debbie Edwards.J. Cindy McLeod had a slumber Lawson was not present at Ruben .Jones Starke, reckless Penney Farms, and Robertsonwas

her sister, Mrs. T. N. Llm- Mrs. 3. L. Gentry, over the E. Hardy underwent leg party for six girls Mon the meeting.In driving, causing accident, found in Green Cove AskCharley

.feaugh, in Lakeland for ten weekend.Mr. surgery In the Alachua General day night. Games end refreshments other actions Thursday Funeral Services driving without license, leav. Springs.

days. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn Hospital on Tuesday. were enjoyed the Board approved three Held ThursdayFor ing scene of accident; $105

Karl Edwards of Mount were visiting relatives last Miss Janet Hardy from the during the evening.Mr. teachers at Bradford High fine, or 20 days.

Dora waa visiting Mr. and week in Albany. Columbus. University of Georgia, wu and Mrs. Richard School, one at Starke Elemen- Mrs. BentonMrs. GuardsmenWill

Mrs. Curtis :Edwards: livt Zebulon, and Griffin, Ga. home Tuesday and Wednesday WhVteman andJ daughters of tary, three secretaries, and Jax Man Waives E.

Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. W. T. Jordan of and Miss Jayne Hardy', Tavares were weekend guestsof !one cafeteria worker. Train
Ruth Vera Benton, 41,
Mrs. Tlllie Corbett of Fort I Shreveport La. is visiting! Mr. a staff member<< at Rldgecres Mr. and Mrs. B. H Spears. Supt. Casey also reportedon of Starke, died Tuesday in a Hearing On Johns

Myers Is visiting Mr. and :Mit.\ And Mrs. J. G. llolton and Mr Baptist Assembly. N. C. for Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- the progress of the var-
Jacksonville At
hospital after an
Larceny ChargesA Blanding
.Emory Lewis: for two weeks. I and Mrs. Eston Jordan for the past six weeks arrived dale returned Tuesday from ious school buildings. extended Illness

Mrs. T. D. Stroud t H .1 two weeks. home Wednesday! for the remalnder two weeks vacation and visit Jacksonville "A considerable segment" of this question :
Mrs. Benton was born. at 33-year-old
Mrs. Joe of iMrs.Vbeeler Nolan, Mrs. :! of the with relatives
daughter Kord. summer. in New Orleans, National Guard
Canal Point on Oct. 20, 1925, man, Richard Harold Blevlns, the Florida "A recent court case
'Jacksonville were weekend Harry Cromwell, and Mrs Mrs. R. C. Hallett of Tennessee, Alabama, and
City Fracas and was a member of the Baptist charged on two counts of will arrive at Camp BlandIng found that Homeowner
:guests of Mrs. J. H. Fields. Frances Ellis of Jacksonville Boydton Va. returnod home South Forlda. Church. Strand larceny, waived the Sunday for two weeks of tact- ; a
Rhonda Edwards is visiting weekend guests of Mrs. Wednesday after ten days and Policy does not provide
were Mr. Mrs. Comer Per- Surviving is her husband right to a preliminary hearing ical training, according to an
:Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards. L. and Mrs. J. W. visit with her son-in-law and for
O. Beasley ryman of Jacksonville are Percy L. Benton; four daugh- when brought before Bradford announcement yesterday by liability coverage an

in Columlbus Ga. two weeks. Klncald. daughter, Rev. and Mrs. R spending this week with Mrs.E. Draws FinesContinued ters. :Mrs. Marilyn. Bryant of bounty Judge Theron A. Yawn MaJ. Cen. Henry McMillan, the injured domestic em-

John J. Murray of Seattle, Mrs. J. T. Corbltt will return D. Burch. The Burchs also K. Perryman at Kingsley Dade City; Mrs. Emma Jean .Monday. Adjutant General. at military ployee, if such injury

.Wash. la vdsttlng his parents to her home In Fort had as weekend guests Mr. Lake. Depoe. and Deborah and Patricia The Judge set bail at $1.500 headquarters in St. Augustine. comes under the state's

..Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Acker- Myers on Saturday after three and Mrs. John Spencer of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walters !- ( From Page One] Benton, all of Starke; on each count and bound Blev- Gen. McMillan said at the Workmen's
Inan. weeks visit with' her brother- Charlottesvllle' .. of Dublin Ga. will be know how CompensationLaw.
three sons Mark. Paul and Ins over to circuit court. time he did not
: William' Wilson of Albany, in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett Of weekend /guests of Mrs. W. H. betting according to Chief Jerry Benton of Starke; three Blevlna, is charged with the many Guardsmen would be at Should a homeownerwho

N. Y. Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Lewis. Riverside Calif and Mrs. Holland and the S. L. Peek Fuqua. brothers, Ira John M., and theft of an outboard motor, Blandlng during the ttralnlng hires full or part
'
,'W. B. Alexander this week. George K. Bennett of Orlan-. Jr. family. for Cooper broke away and ran Ernest Allen; a half-brother.' loatlnor eauinment. And fishinztacklevalued I period but it would be a larger -. 4l.Lwr..._.. "flDS&IC'SA' gH." ...... itp Ini,. t AJ..."'-..-"1r".
,!?/* a V0> .cmiavettti: nl..... wjiAtr_.. ft_, the apartment. Sometime' I ; -
had !
-- -- ----- the David Woodard; and two sisters at $1,600 from number than participated his liability promptly with
I Mrs. J. B. Wilson at the Dell bed during In the flight back.he was stab-I :Mrs. Susie Cllsson and iorna'a Restaurant near Law- in pervious encampments his attorney or insurance

I cottage on Kingsley Luke. Sheriff Sued Mrs. Emma Grover all of tey, on June 27 and July 25. there by the Guard. agent?"
Cooper came out of the
Mr. ani Mrs. H. B. Tres- Starke; her mother and step Owner of the goods stolen was Advance detachments were

cott and sons of Macon, Ga. apartment with a pistol pointed father, :J. O. and Jlmml Oann, R. D. Hamilton. to start arriving at Blanding E. Johns
at Williams and Butler. He Charley
were weekend guests of Maj. For Damages fired the .25 caliber automaticbut of Melrose; and 11 grand- Bradford County Deputy today (Thursday). with the
and Mrs. V. J. Spengler and children. Sheriff Dolph Reddish said he main body of the participating Agency 1
Mrs. Williams
Mrs. Emma Badman.Mr. Jerked his I Funeral services held traced the stolen goods to units arriving Sunday.
and were 131 S. Walnut St.
arm the shot
and Mrs. M. J. Dyal of up went Into I Jacksonville .and recovered the Other Florida Guard units
'
'Continued From Page One) the air Chief recounted. at 2 p.m. Thursday In the Corinth PHONE 964-5070 '
Delray Beach were visiting Fuqua Baptist Church near Jas. loot at BleVins' home. will be training at Fort Stew-
.
I Mrs. T. D. Dyal the first of he said. Read had to be con- art during this time.
tinually Four charges__ were.. Dialedagainst _
the week. threatened with the u n on
Miss blackjack to make him be Williams in the
Joyce Denmark i isvisitIng .
I Miss Jean Vickers In still fight, four against Butler
I Reddish three against Cooper, and tSTAHISHED 1904BddcocJt'3
Brunswick Oa. this week.Sgt. testified that
I I and Mrs. Audyi;> Hinson Read ripped loose the right one each against Mrs. Williams -

I ''Jr. of Fort Bennlng, Oft side of the protective screen and Roberts, who did

: were visiting her parents, Mr. and ripped the upholstery in not enter the fight, ,

| and Mrs. J. H. Dennis over the car. Williams was sentenced to at the LOWEST PRICES ;in Florida!
I I the weekend. Martha Dennis Read is free now under a fine of $310 or 60 days In "
$5,000 bond. The Jail for disorderly:! conduct bydoing I '
and Sandra Register turned charges F; Special Purchase from :Manufacturer .
to Fort Benning with the against him for voluntary bodily harm fighting

I Hlnsons for a visit. Intoxication and destroying and disturbing the peace and TV RECLINER

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dansby county property both misdemeanors trespassing on private prop- \ Shown r TERMS
GI ( at L.ItJ)
I
4 of are being placed erty. AS LOW AS
I I Adel Ga. and Mr and on 100* Nylon Face Frloi*
I Mrs. Alus Dansby of Ozark. the trail docket. He has been In the custody of the city Cover with Contrasting P1ac. II 1.25

I Ala. were Sunday visitors. of bound over to Circuit Courton Monday, July 31, Williams lie Trim. 2'* Foam Toppoe* I A WEEK

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. the violently resisting arrest ran from a work detail and Inlaid' Foam Back. T.V.

i Mrs. Clyde Sinclair left charge, a felony. caught a ride to a Maxvllle Mechanhm. )

I truck stop. Starke police put _
Wednesday for Atlanta Ga.
out a radio bulletin and in
I for a week's visit with Mr.
'School less than an hour the FloridaIIigi"way $3 9
i' and Mrs. George Elyea. BudgetIs
Patrol had
., Mike Sistrunk of Brunswick the escapee up In Maxvllla picked $1 DOWN
Ga. was last Thursdayto
ani, returned him to jail In
I Dansby.Saturday guest of Mickey [ Adopted Starke. Hi Back TV RECLINER

Frank 'Parrlsh and L. J. Butler was sentenced to a (Shown at Right) \,

Norman of Miami were Sun- [Continued From fine of $257.50 or 50 fays In Color' Combination 01.". Soft Expanded Flattie C.".... '
Paste One I
day overnight guests of Mr. Jail. He was charged with 001I<: Brown A D.ig* Shredded Foam Pillow Beck. Foam "

I and Mrs. Royi Clemmoi-s. The Casey replied it would be If disorderly conduct by fighting METAL SMOKE* Black a Black on footrest and Ar"' .. j M I
.
I 1 -- I Clemmons also had as Sunday not for capital Improvementfunds and disturbing the peace I with Handl Gold A Brawn '1E .:
which trespassing on private $895 R.d I Rod. $ 9S :9
afternoon visitors be prop-
Mr. can spent on

I tJ- .. .-" t iI and Mrs. Richard Parrlsh of new construction projects. erty, and carrying a concealed __ __. Turq. Turq. 5 9 4 r -, ., ,
__ ---- --
s I Jacksonville.Mrs. The School Board's Bud- weapon. He also had a : SWIVEL ROCKER '.
Eve Baldwin end Mrs. get II or debt service totals pistol. Chief Fuqua said, Compart at $79.9'S' :-
"
Available
'4c&. 'In Solid or Com.blnallon
I I Clyde Sinclair toured South $381,075 for 67-68. Of that which he brandished at the .,.. t c.".... R.v.rtibJ.
Florida last Tuesday to Fri amount., $262,330 will go to scene but never fired. .. : 'I Foam Cuthlont. Beige

I day.Mr. repay loans Incurred hy the Cooper was sentenced to a Block, Brawn, Cold and FAMOUS

I and Mrs. Charles W. Board. The remaining 118. fine of $207.50 or 40 ("a.ye In 'i :: l Turi|. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED KROEHLER & BURRIS

I McQuaig and family of Way- 743 is In Investments and cash JaJl. He was charged with -4_ eF'
I .
cross Ga. are visiting Mr. balances which cannot be disturbing the peace discharging ; ,
at $11.95:
and Mrs. Mack WUlams! this touched for badly needed operating a firearm m the Compart 1
: week. funds. city and disorderly conductby TV RECLINER CHAIRS

I \ I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Loans being repaid to all fighting. .

JO3WP.. f and Mrs. W. S. Slads spent the way back to 195 and Mrs. Williams was sentenced $3995 ROCKER RECLINERS A

I I last week In Maggie Valley 959 construction and purchase to a fine of $102.50 or to

N. C.Mr.. of buses. Also Includedare 50 days In jail for disorderly .

You'll fall fa love with the itow'Magte Chef and! and Mrs. L. C. Worth payments on the $1.7 conduct by disturbing the $1.25. For year of service and sal'*

Bta feature tihot bring ya* "bettor living". And I of Canton. IlL were guests of mlllon In general revenue peace. 0531 ..ti. r4t, t'A. WEEK faction choose these fa m out

during sur "Tug Sale"'. Wv picked out some I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and Junior lien certificates Roberts who was presentbut case make chair All expertly designed .

special* that *re tagged lower than they should I on Klngsley Lake last week. old last year. did not take part in the and styled for luxuri

be just la brine; another Magic jChef.owner o Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Budget III for totals capital Improvements fracas, was sentenced to a Kroehler JUMBO RECLINER ,out comfort. .*

into the fold. Once youVa used a Majek; Chef .' I will return Saturday from amonth's About half that amount$972,167 fine of $37.50 or five ays> In 3 action. 4'/i" '

you'll have no other,Thatfe why trip to the Scandinavian 476688. Is still uncommitted jail for trespassing on private -.' full way foam i .
'- seats Foam 'L' j"
property. ,
more women cook on Magw I countries and a visit by the Schoof Board. Most of ,
on arms and foo'r..'. W* t.
the .
to Disposition of
Chef than oa any ether-iang I Expo 67 In Canada. It comes from the junior: lien escape I i All J
design
I, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hayes certificates. It can only be case against Williams had -. .7 .;' over Mustang aOlC

\ and daughters, and Mrs. spent on permanent build- not been made Tuesday ; Naugahyd textured KROEHLER

: NO MONEY DOWN Jose Alvarez of Miami were ings. afternoon. '.4 .. cover. RECLINER.
.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. In Budget HI 1281.371 fr 2-way T.V. mochanlim..Ex*
I Hayes the past ten days. The more $ 5 ponded feather-tight plaltlcc.y. _______
is committed to the first TilE RIGHT POINT for th I 99r9 .... Pillow back. Block
Only Per Month Hayes also had as weekend phase of the BradfordUnionVocationalTechnical the way: you write.'Come In burton '',,".1. ClSolce of
: $10 I guest. Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of _________________
Jacksonville. Training and select your favorite ES- $ 'I _ ..0" ..1.... -
all attended -
They
Center now under con- TERBROOK fonntata pen.
: I the wedding:! of Miss Sue struction the old
a.ooK fOR THiTi.i=iu, JVA ThE. nmtREa 'Deas to James Thrasher In Airport. on Conway TFI.FfHtAPH _ls $7995ROCKER


: MtoMsde toot IIId **"fjjft .AppUm, Outlet r .JMNI V VK I Also Lake attending City Saturday the wedding night. Budget IV. federal programs TIlE BRADFORD

!C..9 W rm DvM Control '|*A carried on la Bradford COUNTY TELEGRAPH"Published -RECLl R
.. Hiffh Perfarmiiwt tantafHlgkeimrarWm were Mrs. F: W. Strlckand :
Removable Ovtn Door | I County in projects approvedby I
j g Modem fuR foam tool with _
i and daughters. Mrs. Donald ,
: Door Seila OVM Lisers' '"W ) r the federal governmentand every Thursday ". utten ,Pillow back. bpand. .'_ _ _ .
: 4 Fluorescent Btckfutrf light i ie 4 Color-Codtd: Controls I Strickland. Miss Linda the State totals (206.053. I at 138 W. Call St.. I -' ." imeath latin finish _. ,

: No-Drip Top i.ee.4i TSMltdOvw Window I Strickland and Mrs. Marlon This figure Is likely to grow, Starke. Fla.' 32091 r_ j j'c' 'r "y' S pl_fk ........ Many solos .

: S RoIi. ut Lower Broiler' :: 1 Moyer. however since several federally 5-
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Allen Second class postage paid : 1 : : ; -
a Clock with 1-Nour Taw '!LooIooos'II'oiIer': j I funded project are now ; i-? $9995 '1
I Jr. and son, Ben visited relatives awaiting approvaL I at Starke Fla,
: at Ocean Drive Beach Subscription! Rate.:
Last ,year orityi $6368 was I I r- $2 A WEEK
an!! MulUns S. C. but week.
:!
ess*
!I, budgeted In this area but I In trade area: $4.0O p tf
r SLAD.EO.AS Misses Bonnie and JanUOrlffls
the programs approved grew 1 year; $3.25 six month. .
visiting SSgt.|
are until they totaled 306803. .
and Mrs. Robert Cooper In Outside trade are*! 14.80'
They Include such ,
AND: APPLIANCES' Savannah. Oa. or two weeks. kindergarten work-study programsas per year; $2.00 *tx: month'
'
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper '
and special units in the high 12$ 8. Walnut St.
and Mrs. Harold Branham :' E. L. Mattluws editor and Phone 9645239"OE
I school. '
332 W.' Madison St. Phone 964-7701 visited Silver Spilngs last I publisher
,
I Wednesday Just one person. aside from Herman Willis Owner Dill Wilson, :lIanagerr

school officials and two news I ,





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TIIURRDAY AUGUST 3. 1987 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STi\1tKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIEEar

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I tiMlUJjc: OWIIIM'' JllHl! '. !i. ll I
1 I Beverly Crawford < { II" > > -

I Complimented YL,.4 ore(Hive Jiasoclutloim endorsed the in plea Aim-turn for inspections I I Enjoy Our Patio Now AvailableOpen i

i By Mrs. PatersonMrs to be dune by coun-
under ,
ty employes county: con

trolThe, Friday and Saturday
GLADYS MOOTY Robert Paterson hon now state law gives
ored Miss iiiintlea first refusal of the'
Beverly Crawford i
Until 10 P.M.
Phone 964-7608 'bride-elect at, a Coca-Cola .right to do the Inspection

t II if f I party last Friday morning at wnik Motorists. will pay $1.75: rorrT yr '
Thomas-Hawkins Mrs. Joyce Futch ; her home on Brownlee Road t1! I fin each of two annual safety I I HOW YOU

The .refreshment table held checks, with 23 cents going to ,
Rehearsal Supper To Be HonoredAt r; a unique! arrangement consist- the state, and $100: remaining
For ing of a Royal Palm tree limb with the county j CAN ENJOYCOL. i

Wedding PartyMr. Farewell, PartyOn painted white from which tt Is estimated! that it would I f" j

hung pastel net rice bags and cost about $7,500/ for a countyto SANDERS f.t' ;.
.
? .
and Mrs. W. L. Thomas I f.- .... I
entertained at a Monday\ evening August V at the base was an arrangement get set up to do the inI I RECIPE v -
party
supper .
Thursday at the 14, at 8 o'clock, members of of pink crepe myrtle "specting.' Bradford County has i "
evening
Among the 30 guests attend- .' an estimated 7,000 vehicles I '
the
Garden Restaurant for their First Baptist Church of i,
eons Ronnie, and his fiancee Law lay will give a farewell Ing between the hours of 10:30:: that would have, to be Inspected I Kentucky{ J
to 12 At $3 each not) this
Mica Brenda. Hawkins followIng party in the educational building o'clock were Mrs. Betty ( f
i Crawford mother of the hon-1 would mean an. income of
honoring Mrs. Joyce T '
their wedding rehearsal. t 4phy.e. ?tyr '
Guests Futch, who has accepted a orco, and Mrs. L. D. Green around $21,000 annually to the Fried -
were seated at a U- .
h t grandmother of the hrlde- county
shaped able' which held an position In a Georgia school,
centered and will be leaving soon. jroom-eleot.
epergnette with I
white and The party will be In appreciation Assisting- in serving were I '
and
gladioli
aqua of Mrs. Futch's loyaltyto h Mrs. L Hardin, Mrs-: Robert Miss Patty Parrish NO'I'KM OF I'lCNTION' TO Chicken
pompoms and held white and IIKiatl'IOH: : KKTIIIOIM' '
At the church and Sunday ,Autry, Becky Jackson, LindaPaterson 'II.IMK Jlilt's
aqua tapers. Intervals down
the length of the side tables School her constant work I and Susan AutryThe Graduates From, Notice ,Is heresy. given that
with the and her efforts hostess presented the 'tho undnmlicncMl" under the provisions -
music j
I Medical Course Lickin'/ Good"SHRIMP
were clusters of magnolia of chapter lu.tlKI.! Iuw Finger
leaves, aqua and in keeping the church beauti- honoree with a piece of her of KlnrUIn. Arm of 11)41!) 1. will
pompoms
and white fully decorated for all occasions t chosen china pattern, as a Miss Patty Parrish, daughter register with the Clerk, or the
aqua candles in
Circuit Court In sad for Hi-art-
crystal holders. The candles and numerous other ser : memento of the occasion. of Mr. and Mrs D. J. Par- ford County, Florida upon. receipt AND FISH

were decorated with tiny vices. I rish of Maxvllle recently or. proof or piibllfutlon. oft
the fli-lltlous
t IhlM notice homeof
wedding ''bells. A large wedding Mrs. Futch has !been an Important i Bank Employees graduated from the Duvali City Barber, Simp, underwhlrh PHONE AHEAD 961-5126
-
bell was suspended from figure as a teacher In Medical Center School of Mad1teal I am engaged" In bunlni'nB -
the calling over the honored the public schools of Bradford d J { Honor Miss McRae Technology at the same .at 107 E. 1 Call nt I. StiirUo.FlH YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

couple. County for 33 years -- 30 of And Mr. BrownThe time she graduated from Jack- Carlos Johnxon. Route 1 I. EAT IN OR TAKE OUT
Bridal place cards marked them in the Lawtey school. sonville University with a B.S. Box 8ft. [UlwI.'V 1 Kill, 12llr.K. -

the seating arrangement for Friends will look forward to degree in Medical Technology.While Hole Hated owner, this. 3rd day of Auoc.t. 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
the 28 guests who included her occasional visits to her Employees of he Florida attending JU. Miss ".. A..0" fill? "t Stark.-.
the wedding party the parents home in Lawtey during the Bank at Starke their wives, Parrish was president of the Bradford ,'.>untv. Florida" R. IJRASWELL. Owner-Manager
H I It H/4:! ,
of the bride and groom term.A .. husbands, and dates honored Junior Class, president of the .
and out-of-town. guests. cordial invitation Is extended ". .. Miss Judy McF* Mlsa Hawkins and Mr. to all friends to attend : ,. 0,_, ._ and :Marvin Brown with a buffet and Head Resident Assistant STARK -
Thomas supper last Thursday of the women's dormitory/ She A PLAZA
presented their at- the party. Melanie '
tendants with personal gifts Bradley Weds Michael WatersIn evening, July 27. was elected to Green Key and Open All Day Every Day

during the evening A Classified Ad In the TELE- Kingsley Lake Baptist Church A yellow.I and green._color: "Who's Who in American Colleges 8:30: () A.M.: to 7 P.M. Fri. & Sat.

ORAPH -0..!.._.-__.. .-..-..-t.. motlf was carried out in the and Universities" and
/Miss Melanie Susan, Bradley with Point Venice lace motifs table decorations with ivy and was a member of Zeta Mu I

I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. attached wih bows and bordered summer flowers, and yellow Colony of Zeta Tau Alpha
I J. L. Bradley of Kingsley In white satin, terminated tapers in crystal holders be- crorlty. '' CARP'S BIG ANNUAL
Bill PowellOf .i Lake, and :Michael Lamar Waters Into a chapel train. Her ing used. Through her four years at I I
son of I Waters of Lawtey were unit- held in place by a crown of McRae and Mr. Brown witha scholarships by the Crown
Nationwide ed in marriage on Saturday, seed pearls and Iridescent bridal gift as a memento Chapter of the American Busi- I '

July 15: at 8:30: p.m. Rev. Jim beads. She carried a cascade of the occasion.Methodist I ness Women and one by the I

y Rigdon, pastor, performed the arrangement of white roses Business/ & Professional Wom I
Insurance Tells : double-ring ceremony in the and ivy. Women's an's/ Club. COATS JACKETSLAYAWAY

r_ .1 Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. Mrs Bradley chose for her I &
Twin basket arrangements daughter's wedding a turquoise Class Honors Mrs. Olson Hostess

of gladioli, mums and fern sheath dress with a lace Mrs. A. N. HollidayThe ..
How! were placed on each side of over-coat with matching ac To BPW ClubThe "

the altar with an arch decor- cessories. Her corsage was of
ated with wedding bells, mums white pompoms. Methodist Women's Starke BPW Club met EVENT !
"Nationwide insurancefor and ivy centered directly behind Mrs. Waters mother of the Sunday school class honored last Thursday evening In the
the altar. Branched groom wore a lace rose-pink their teacher Mrs. A. N. Fellowship Hall of the First
children starts at $1,000, candelabra were placed on sheath dress with black patent Holliday.' at a covered dish Methodist Church with Mrs i
either side of the arch. accessories. Her and birthday party Bertie Olson as hostess.
jumps to $5,000 yet \leather corsage supper Plans made the Mow Fill Cod .and Jackal, hew. lint arrlvarfl! Com tea da tafaat styles' and ba the
Mrs. BcLty Sapp, organist, was of white pompomj. Tuesday night at the homeof were during flat to select' from the widest tha iraahmt selection\ A small depot will, hold your new
low premium stays the same" played nuptial music as the A reception was held at Mrs. F. W. Strickland on business session for the District s'lls' tliolca until cool weather. eats In.
I guests gathered, and accompanied the bride's home. Her father Kingsley Lake. III BPW Clubs to meetin
If Mrs. Lovesta' Macy i at"the door and the Starke Civil Defense
table
Et greeted guests The buffet was cov-
Take out a $1,000 Nationwide Juvenile Estate who sang "I Love You Truly," presented them to the receiving ered with a. pale aqua linen Center on August 27 with
) Builder policy on your child any time before his "Because! ,* and "The Lord's line composed of the bride cutwork cloth. and centered: tarke as the .host club Mr REGULAR $15 LADIESCaF r kf0.i

fifteenth birthday. When he turns 15, the policy Prayer." and groom, the bride's mother with an arrangement of yellow Sybil Braswell was Introducedas : ? ,'
jumps to $2,500 yet the low premium stays the Jimmy Higglnibotham, bro- the groom's parents and the chrysanthemums. The a new member. s e .
served as Mrs. Dean Rhoden.., personal
same. ther of the groom, bridal attendants., Individual dining tables were Coats .r
best man. Ushers, also brothers development chairman, pre- : .
At 21, the policy jumps to $5,000.;:) Still the Tho ''bride's table was cover- were set up on the porch
same of the groom, were Wilbur ed with. a white lace cloth and overlooking the lake. sented a program on new vac- "
.. l
low premium. J. S., and Danny Waters. centered' with a three-tiered The honoree was presentedwith cines. LAYAWAY \\' t

b It's .a.'money-savin.: *? Way"to get your youngsters I Miss B.oth Scoggins attended' I I wedding ,cekaw- On eithe'i,1t4e a birthday cake and gifts NOW FOR I 41-L4 G I. ,\\ ,
'started "dn"'thefr own Insurance program. Cash and qua' maidof honoi sand Mrs. were silver Candle! "'holderswith from the eight class membersas Crawford-Pass $13 + "F-F 0 .

I loan values can help with college, starting busi- Jimmy Miss Kay HIgginbotham Colson, served and asbrldenmalds. burning yellow tapers. a memento of the occasion Wedding PlansThe only J ,pT/4. .." ..
table covered
The was
punch .
ness, getting married. Call today about the Juve-
attired
They were with a white cutwork cloth ..... IIytoU Will j
nile Estate Builder policy. satin empire marriage of Miss Beverly -
alike in yellow
and centered with a crystal '
I dresses. Their Hayes Reunion Crawford and Gene Pass JRa
length
floor
punch bowl. Garlands of fern I
blush will be event of Saturday., '
an
of
headpieces consisted with tiny wed Held At BrookerThe ;
BILL POWELL veils attached to a cluster of ding Interspersed bells were around the Aug. S, at 4 p.m. In the First I I .
flowers Presbyterian Church.
matching organza
Each attend- bowl.Miss All friends and relatives are : 1 .
I in the h.llr. descendants of the
worn Wilda Dority and Mrs
Phone 964-6464 401 W. Madison St. Ir II
ant carried a nosegay of yellow Dorothy Thomas, cousins of late Hannah Barry and Nathan i Invited to attend the wedding ,
backed with moss 'and the reception!' following at
Starke FloridaNatltuwldi daisies the bride, cut the cake and Oamewell Hayes held ,
satin the old manse on Cherry St.
tulle and green their annual reunion
green :Mrs. Linda 'Smith and Miss family I off
streamers. Johnette Dority poured punch. at the home of W. H. Hayes I f
Given in marriage by her Mrs. John Odom kept the near Brooker last Sunday. Alachua County

father, the bride wore of silk a full or- bride'. book. The oldest person In attendance Will Handle I -u' % .
length cage gown The couple left on a wed- was E. W. hares of
ganza over cobby net with and ding trip to the Smoky Mountains Starke, age 83. The youngest Auto Inspections i
bridal taffeta designed and will reside In Jacksonville person there was his grand I a !
i motifs encircling t
Point Venice lace neckline and The bride traveled in daughter Hannah Hayes, age Alachua County will handle I i I 3 Styles
the meet- a 'beige and green sheath dress 13 months, of North Miami Inspections of motor vehicles i

Mfltlwwlde:: \ Mutual Life Insurance:Insurance': Company Company," *home Nationwide otficei'\ ,Mutual Columbus Fire, Ohio Insurance,' Company flowing satin down hemline the front A Wa- with beige acccessortes. Beach. when the new state Inspection. J//Jlli// lli i to Choose from!
the
Ing upravedSLADE'S The bride and groom are Sixty-five people enjoyed law goes Into effect next year
I teau pane of sllli net /both graduates of Bradford the gathering Alachua County, Commis- ,. Chaos: "" from smartly styled laminated cap" .
duroy with patch pockat and belted J back
"1 High School. sioners decided Tuesday to get Warm and cuddly pile lined Cholc of colon' ,
Into the Inspection business )..r.1 8'18; or, hooded corduroy model with
A quilt llnlntf, 'trimmed hood and cuffa,, and
CIUA"lJIea.ok m the TELE- and for the work In this I ..
BirthsMr. plan 2ippr front ca 8 16; or. .v..lbl. style
Recent GRAI'II bring results. year's budget! starting Oct 1. Ii I that rv."M from, corduroy to smooth Auru,
CONDITIONER I cotton. SUM 8 18.
AIR and Mrs. Percy Sullivan I I i i OTHER CAR COATS-$18 and opt
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$10 EASY As" Little A TFRMS Month As 1"l t S A L E shall on and Percy July Mr.are In Strickland Everett 19 Palatka.and Mr.at Mrs and.Glendale of Sullivan Percy Mrs.Grandparents Porahome Mar-Hospital Sul-III--, AUTO [lOANS I!I t ;-LAMINATED MJNSJ; SNAKER" & FULLY.STITCHED LINED "




why milt livan of Theressa. Great T-BIRD
UUa summer 1 grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Q. C. Connor of Flora- J
home and Mr. and Mrs. Cle Dreaming of a new car? Our loan department JACKETS

veland Sullivan of Theressa. can make those dreams come l J

Bradford County. Hospital true, quickly. See us for an Auto Loanat e 1 "4LAYdWAY 99

announces the following low bank rates. You can enjoy the FOR.ONLY'i

births: advantages of paying cash when you ,J/-I/ Lrtl, a1.M .w NW
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1- Mr and Norman Mrs. James Lawtey Ray-a buy and the pleasure of driving r' -

mond July that new car right away. Come in and 1 You d uel see thh) sharp kwkinc |ack.t.
Bon, James Christopher / / Check th*.w rri fttrlp on th*als.v.a.
talk it over. There's no obligation. ,' tha T Bird .(ntianlR,* the notch;! collar
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28.Mr. '_ I r and mart tntrtmftkar cuffs. Choose
and Mrs. Robert Lamar > I I ., "*hite. nvy 0* Cmal in S-M L. ((3b-44
Futch Lawtey a daughter "_.. :g' other6tyl..cantl6h.tla9.MEN'S .
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''r wsaspwa., Angela Lynn, July 26. //y/ I 1

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A Classified. Ad hi the TELE- II Rug.thickb thin corduroy shill) linwl with' J* Jf 44coomlnatnl
tippad pll*. Beach abed and *
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ST. EDWARD'S-CHURCH pJ t BOYS' CORDUROY

voucanbesjuslflt'* Starke

Westinghouse Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. Parka or Ranch '

Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m- I ,

Miraculous Medal Novena: /, STYLE JACKETS
Saturday, 7 p. m.
Confessions: R p. m. and 7, LAYAWAY $ 99
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5,000 BTU ,$ 99 17,000 BTU $266 p. m. FOR ONLY 9
I ST. WILLIAM'S: CHURCH HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED
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18,500 BTU $288 Keystone Mass Heights 7:30: a. m. l Smirl new I Jocketl t with llnt.d Shtrpa ,
8,000 BTU $$189 Sunday : I lining. Parka' hM 3 piece I'Pott pile lUnd I
and 9 a. m.Wednesday. The Community State BankOF hood. Ranch ityl has wntam yoke. endlI1ep. /
,. : Mesa and No- k. trim Choice of color. lua. 6180JUNIOR I .

vena 7 p.m. BOYS' JACKETS f /

\ and APPLIANCES ST. MARFS CHURCH STARKE I AH f.rt>.,, ey.d' M eerdww. I'I'
SLADE GAS Macclenny ; ... I--: ': H.d r.nyN.' isw. $599 199 I 1 "
MEMBER F. D. I. C.
Phone 964-7701 Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. .
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I City Studies Exception On Utility Payments For Some Agencies 1 I I Baldwin Oldsmobile Franchise Given For :



Deriding to examine the I
|from Jones Memorial Chapel Campbell's car travelled u' : 'M. A. Baldwin ol Starke
case tor allowing acute/ and I
r |with Rev W. A Hogan, piiajtor distance of 23teet before has been awarded the fran-
federal agencies an exception
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ire paying thei. utility 'bills of the First Baptist I coming to a stop and hud olllse fur Oldsmobile tales ,and
Jute, the Stail.L Council g'ffr : Church, officiating. Burial was damages totaling $1,000. service in Bradford and Union
"Utility Committee was assign In Wewtvlew Cemetery at Pa- Reed's car travelled 231' feet Counties by the Oldsmobile
latka and struck an old bedrock General Motors.Mr. .
Division of
,d Tuesday! night to look into
the matter. Survivors. include four grindstone which veered it Baldwin !Is.. also the
jrv u daughters. Mrs Caudle Mulling from a collision course with a Chevrolet dealer for
Since emcklnff down on icHnquent -1 franchised
Goshen Indiana; Mrs. nearby house. Damage to
utility accounts 1If!* these tiounUeii: and recently
Arlean Benka, Mrs, Irene Per- Reed's car was estimated at
his first asownermanager
veer
oral months ago the Cttv, completed
rin and Mr Vivian Witt, all $2.500 of Baldwin
Council has Allowed no excep
of Palatka; five sons: Frank $oth drivers sustained minor Starke.
I Hazen, San Antonio, Tex.. Injuries.
of the 20th of the
Albert. Mich. David, Palatka.
:month deadline has caught ; _
Starke, and Fred Haz ,
I Harley :
several Mate agencies with
DeLeon Fla.!
en, Springs
bills paid from Tallahassee y
I.. I seven brothers: Barney DII-
'and: federal agencies that are .
lard, Euntls; Sherlll and Owen
jtunded from out of state TerwillegarMOTORS
!The Utility Committee. Dillard, Astor, FilL; Togo Dil-
lard, Jacksonville; Nesbit Dil-
Chairman Merritt Williams.
r' lard Sanford, and Dewey Dll-
NeU Tucker, and Orio Wigfcins
lard. Barberville, Fla.; five
will study the matter
recommendation sl ten: Mrs, Adella Moore
.And present a
for the Council to act on at Palatka: Mrs. Mary Legg,
Jacksonville; Mrs Ann Moul-
their next regular meeting
I August 22. ton, Mrs. Helen Baleu, amt

"If we make that exception Mrs. Lillian Gibson, all of Astor r

,4t should be extended to all I Fla.Driver. r
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citizens of the city I-- '-- --

jnan Tucker stated. I II City employees make short work on stately oak tree that took Eddie; Noegrel stands beside. latent oak to be felled. Only one Charged

Clerk Merrill Edwards cited almost 100 years to grow to its present proportions. rotten limb is visible in this':, close-up view of remains.
I the example of the Humble With D.W.I.In .
Oil Co., whose two stations
,4n town were cut off. The Those Ancient Oaks CollisionHeavy

owner of one station, the
,ther was not in operation, .. __ | r r l property damage, but

,|paid 101 himself the bill to amounting have the cur-to only minor in a Injuries collision were of sustained two-
? $ $ $
$ $ $
rent Meanwhile turned ,back Edwards on. said, To Cut Or Not To CutIf 100 passenger(west)cars Monday on State night.Road

i if 'the station operator receiveda The accident occurred whena
ii i refund from his! district 1964 Chevrolet, driven by ON THESE TRADE-INS ON
.supervisor. Still later the company it sometimes appears that Starke's "Just a $2 dent" sniffed<1 the opposing "But I'd like to emphasize that no treeIs Milford Felton. Campbell of

.. sent a check for the full street department is "tree happy" and cuts party. "It: took almost a bundled yoars' to removed until, after It undergoes Inspection Lake Butler, was slowing to

bill for both stations which down ,the cly's ancient oaks without duo grow that tree, and we'll surely .mils its and. a determination Is made us to< make a right turn, about 10 NEW 1967 FORDS

the city could not accept since consideration it's mistaken idea says shade." whether It Is dangerous, or not" She said miles west of Starke, and was

.,one account had been paid. To Council Chairman Ruby B. John.. Mrs. Johns said that she nnd Utilities the City would tie liable for any damage! struck from behind' by a 1967
i *Dd the confusion, it was neo- Chevrolet station wagon. Chevrolet Corvair
? Director Oscar Davis personajly: { f inspected done limbs from trees located,I 1962
Ciaary", Edwards said, to r- Such an instance occurred this week when ( solution ,by falling on Driver of the second car
jurn the first check and aakJTHumble some Walnut Street residents viewed with the tree and decided that the only city property. was o. O Reed of Clearwater,

check fora hauled in wag to remove It, who was charged with driving
to send a dismay as city employees heavy .
Mrs. Johns said that following a request'
i balance owed for the station power equipment nnd went' to work with "The trunk was good and by an adjacent property owner that 6 tree
:not in operation. gusto on a near-century old specimen! "but some of the limbs' were rotten. Sho
_!L Councilman Merrjtt\ Wil-, measuring almost four feet across at the added that some of the old trees have hi'en be removed;!she and Davis make a careful '

-*Items said that he had recelv- bane of its trunk .. trimmed back so far that nothing much is inspection of the tree In question. Tl i ttr.U
ed his bill Tuesday!' and supposed 1965 Chevrolet Pick-Up
left but the trunk 'Oacar dO'lIn't like to them down
account in cut HO
every utility One resident of the neighborhood said "I
:the city was, billed the same had to go to Jacksonville early that morn- "We tried having a few of the trees doe you can ,be sine they're in bad shape If ha yoim1Stc
r Jay That Is true, Clerk Ed- mos>ed and treated several years, ago, but
started. When I agrees to do the Jab," Mrs ;Johns said. Owner
ing, before the work returned F One $
wards replied, except for those It proved so expensive that the city couldn't $129500
-'Mils which are not paid local- the tree was down." When askedif afford it," Mrs. Johns said. .VI Jove trees myself' she added and

:1y but must- be sent out of he intended to register a protest, he replied Alhough the coat of removing a big tree, voiced the opinion that' a new' tree shouldbe

:-i town"Any to agency a parent we agency.know we've '.W1u t'. the use now? The tree U in man hours and use of city equipment planted In every case where one Is le I Y INIrA'Uh 1 .Qi11A 1965 I
Plymouth Fury
..going to collect'Dm,, I it's ,'red 'gone.'. .. ,, would run Into several hundred dollars' :Mis moved. f;c.. .
use to turn off," Councilman John s'said "This Is equipment we own, ant, f1
(Mrs. Johns said that removal of the tree' "T 1e property owner who requested rental .
JJiJimmy McRae interdict) !,i men,we already employ," and could not '*:.. '
_, Another examine;:of a cutoff ''was requested by the owner of rental prop- compared with the expense of employing of the one on. Walnut Street this I I"" : ',JoIer'\\ I Fordor $$149500

was the local.county, Civil erty in the neighborhood! after a tlntb 'from'ie outside workers' (tree surgeons) ,to rehabilitate week promised to plant one In Its place," : "
JJ Defense agency. The cut-off A
\! oak had fallen on a tenant's car. the decaying oaks. Mis. Johns said '. --
there Interrupted ..radio :!tact for the entireNorth 1964 Dodge Fordor
Florida Area CD' network of ____ ..__nI
;; --- untllc 2a .i.iAlLkmt
counties auxiliary
0,7 south to correct a drainage I Authorized Supt. Davis to the new armory upon return Greaves was traveling south
H fiow/r:" could be turned on. problem cited by Utility Director I call for bids on .sand blastingand from camp. A committee (.of' Starke WomanDies' of SR-21.:. There is a cautionlight I Automatic, AirConditioned $$149500
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-, Since the matter has come Oscar. Davis. Materials?will repainting the water tank Williams, Tucker, and McRae I uhd stop sign at the In- IT : <. -
:/iup several times over the past to* IV* ,.+ tersectignr" FHP { aan.
cost $650, he said. Davii,ao altS the Pratt Street Playground was appointed to inspect the according to I p
weeks Councilman Tucker. received permission to install Davis said money is old buildIng and lecommendfdwhat In Crash SgC.(: QJ. A.' Fllllngim.
w moved to have the Utility sewer and water lines across budgeted for the work and can be done with itMeaid '[ Mrs. Hazen pulled past the (, For a good deal on auto '

-Committee look into the altua- SR-100 ito a store and trailer that It needs to be done if the --. a request frpin," stop sign directly} Into the fire and life yislirance.) 1964 Ford Country Squire
decision I
Ution_for final
it park owned by Merrill De ll. tank Is to be preserved. The CUBB Board Member Johnsimi One ,.SUfika W"P1'UMrs.' path of Greaves' '67 Ford, ...."...
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sure a/predate/ Material for( that will cost work! was .|ecommended last of Ljiwtoy for a building ,. A which struck the left side of Merritt H.
Martha; Hazen. was killed Wagon
Edwards told the Coun-
:Clark
clh about,$500, he said. year by the city engineers, which to h'I.8eI./. Community and\ < another 1\fI's Sarah Mc- I her Chevrolet. Williams A $$149500
Heard( Davis report that he said. Service Agency In St.u'ke.CUBB Call, The Chevrolet spun around Air Conditioned -
severely injured /NINr.N.I
Edwards aid, In answer toTuckers Sunday;
: the city and State Road Department -Approved purchase of face In seeking a building Jn when and Airs. Hazen wan. thrown 117 N. t
: that late July 30 their,,car pulleddirectly
accounts questioning for the month will begin Wednes- masks, fogging nozzles and a each town in the county to use Into the path: of anr out. Walnut St.Phone II
utility / day cleaning out drainage,, foam eductpr for |the Fire Department as Its 20 per cent matching; "If she had' been wearing a !
:ot totaled $465 or fewer other in Melrose at the intersection -
_than July S3 accounts ditches which take water off at request of Fire funds In obtaining a federal+ of SR-2J. and SR-26, ,seat belt it might have beena 964-5391
Temple Avenue Asked, if the Chief R. C. (Red Buford. The to establish different ," Fllllngham
) giant a *ervio story sgt. -
Mm. 55: ,
McCall, at
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In other action the Council: nurao
Accepted for conslderaition work will solve the floodingof fire chief was also congratulated !! -I agency in the county Clay the Bradford County. Hospital, supervising officer at STATE FARM INURANC!: C' MPANIES SUPER SPECIAL

M- totaling the street in heavy rains, by Councilman Merritt County presently! in operating!l.Is still hospitalized. in Starke the scene, stated Horn Ofhcu.( eiooaiington Illinois.
a budget request
Davis said it will help. Williams for staying within one. : Services for Hazen
,ft with broken ribs l, a broken Mrs.
:$3,200 from Civil Defense DIrector .
Falcon
Frank Williams. He said$2,1500 -Was told by Supt Davis budget. Williams termed the -Received a letter from shoulder and deep, lacerations were held Wednesday, Aug. 2, I P66J8 1967 Futura

of the funds are plan- I that the drainage problem on Fire Dept. the "best depart- city engineers placing the re- Mrs. Haren, 65 office nurse I

caned for equipment for the'Temple Ave. at the HolidayInn ment "in the City in. that re- placement value of the enginesin for, Dr. Fete G. l Felos, was Fordor
Is a problem for the stateto spect. dead-on-arrlval at
pronounced
amend Emergency the remaining Operations$700 Center to I correct. The Street Committee --Discussed the possible the power plant at $450,000.The the Bradford Hospita). I STARKE NURSING HOME

Strain CD workers,, will go to Lake City to usages of the old National figure was ascertained so Occupants of the 1967 Ford DEMONSTRATOR

.Installation, of consult State Road Depart Guard:) Armory on Temple Ave, >the Council can look Into. the that o abh...d into Mrs. ;Hazen's 808 S. COLLEY ROAD
.:storm Approved sewer to drain Lafayette a.1 ment officials about the situation .. 'which will go to the City when, purchase of replacement I"} 1939;; Chevrolets\ James :L.Greavf'CII 5 Year Warranty Radio and

Street into U.S. it was decided. the local guard unit moves to I Durance, In case one of the en- ..' 36, his wife and Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla. heater Power .Steering.
I gines would go bad. Being in children, were only slightly' injured
I the business of selling elec. according. .the.Gainesville I
i 1. We have complete nursing service for adult
tricity, Williams said the Highway Patrol office. of
City should, have that cover- I all ages.
(y-lra. Hazen was traveling
age If the cost is not pro- I $2295
htlbl tlV east on 'SR-26, ,a stop street I
f at the Intersection in Melrose II I 2. We have R.N/s and! KrV' on duty 21 house

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3. \\8' have our own X-ray and laboratory.. (Mr.

'i1r4WF nician Jtunm).Moncrlcf! In our full time licensed tech- 1961 Ford ThunderbirdFull



I 4. W8 are licensed for 50 beds by the State Boardof Power\ - $$78500

Health License. No. 2.



Are You Getting Your Slice of the OF EMBARRASSING I .7. 1V, 5.. ,.We have air-canditloner a modern and fireproof heat building' with central 1966 Ford ,Mustang ((6))


HOUSEHOLD
r :," | 6. We are within two blocks of the Bradford County Radio, Heater,

Generous Earnings AvailableAt Hospital.l New Tires - .,. $189500



First Federal of Starke? C3& '1. We Home.have a flee staff vf Doctor serving t tile 1966 Ford Mustang V-8



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8. Wt are V.A. approved. Radio andHeater
Come In Today And Inquire! $$199500
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ROACHES SLOTHES MOTHS
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SPIDERS 10. \\e are approved under, !Medicare 1965 Ford V-8
WE'RE 2. 6.! ANTS '

NOWYEARS 3, FLEAS '
us 11. We are large enough to all _
OR LET YOUIPAY gUe cursing r- Police Interceptor; '
CHECK IT FOR vice that an adult may nerd but snuril enough $1 29500
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Radio
and Heater
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3 OLD IIiapND = : Mr. J. II. :Moncrlrf In In Charge of cuinpletn laboratory '

I BY THE Fl'4 iIttP. 1961 Falcon \
MONTH and x-r y f&''IIIt1..II. UU> rutary No. 524. 'Wagon

We Comply With Title 6 Civil
Rights Law
;; Automatic, Radio

Fef4G 1 CALL. WRITE OR COME BY and Heater . $$49500

AND) VISIT WITH US.

imps iiml Loan < \ Lawton ]U. 'Ilioniai! ()wn Administrator TEJUVILLEGAR\

p }: HEMICAL CO. Mrs. Certrude Kauffmun--Asst. AdministratorWE MOTORS

ZT'7 ASSOCIATION OF STARKE '1i. '" HI COMPLY WITH TITLE VI 2116 W. Madison: Phone !9GJ-7200 J &

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218 N7: Temple Ave. Phone 96"1-5000. 1 J Phone !)GI--& ;)7J5: 5.19: E; Call P(: Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones, Your Bradford Authorized and Union Ford'CountiesPAO'JU Dealer in


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T t Defender Explains Plight, Asks $2,632 I



Explaining: the plight of his tlon. If 'jio' county funds are of a new procedure for advance ponal to purchase voting ma-
office to'the County. CommUsion forthcomltag. Green said, his planning the Secondary chines at 11,754 each from the Navigation Division
as he had promised Public staff will b< cut to- himself, Road ;p, .IlI'8m. accord- Salesman John Womack aboard. the US3 Forreotal.
Defender. R. A. (Buzzy) one Investigator, and a secre- Ing to a letter to the Board -V ;Met: again Wednesday
Green has. asked, $2,632 as tary, Ills two. assistant defenders from 3RD District Supervisor afternoon to continue the
Bradford County's pro rata would. be out of jobs J. D. Ward. work of piecing together the TWO More
1r' share for the operation. of his Com October.. --Accepted a deed for a 60- county's budget- for '196768.
,office. Atachua County has been toot right-of-way for a road No final action was taken, Sign With
Green's state-created office asked for U9,03a as Its pro to the home of William Tyler. however, and much work remains -
it hampered by the t.d that rata share of ,the defender's Jeanette. Tyler, and Evelyn to be done on the new!
the 1967 Florida Legislator load The defender's' office Tyler In the Woodlawn section document. Berry CoopThe
1I 1 TIJ appropriated only half Uui handled over 450 cases last .

I, _______ $ 8ooO .''he requested That year. Green expects over BOO -Agreed to look further In- Starke Sailor deadline for signingup
I gives the counties In the this year if the normal growth to tho Keystone City Council's. as an original' organizer
Euvev. .ltre. G. J. MrOrlff Jr., and Kathleen MoFurtlrlpants In the Doll Show are (from leftt) Vlckl
Circuit 75
.Eighth Judicial two' continues, plus about proposition of repairing a In the Bradford Strawberry
I I Griff are shown rujojlng one of the guinea participated' In Barksdale. Stony, Long Pam Kayburn, Jennifer Rockery' 'alternatives, Green says to additional cases resulting from washout on the road Into the Reported Safe Cooperative has been extended -

jointly by parent. and yoiiiignterH. Neva Jayne Flynn. Andrea Eaves, AlUa Kill" Krill Crosby.y come up' with: at letttt. a: sub IIIppt'&J, I Keystone Airport in exchange until Tuesday, Aug. 8, It
stantial portion,, .of ,the half '. ,It win simply be impossible for a borrow pit in the area. On Forrestal"Unhurt was announced :yesterday t bY
of the 'budget the state did not for one man to handle over A committee of Commissioner. Jimmy Oasklns. chairman
II I fund or to pay for court appointed 200 cas... Green said. Jerome Johns... and Zedra Ham of the organizing committee.
attorneys. for indigent The Bradford, Board gave ilton was appointed to' meet and safe" was the Seventeen members, representing -,
y defendants. Green no answer Wednesday, with the Keystone Airport report that finally came from. 135 acres of strawberries -,
Since 3 77orlda law :.requires but took the matter under Committee' and representatives Washington D.C. Wedne.fdaymorn.lnlf have already signed
legal representation for/'all defendants advisement'after. listening to !of the Federal Aviation Agency about Petty Officer with the co-op. The newest
I to satisfy' the IT.S'. the\ proposal In almost com- : ((3rd Class QjM. James B. members are Edwin Starling
Supreme Court's definition ofa plete alienee. -Agreed by resolution' to Talley, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
of Lawtey, and W. Y. Hayes
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fair trial under the U.S. In'other action, the Board: .line $809 of the county's sec- B. Talley, who was aboard of Brooker.
I Ii Constitution, the Just-adjourn. Convening as the Boardof ondary road funds when the the aircraft carrier Forrestalon committee
The organizing !
i ed Florida Legislature passeda Equalization: accepted the ]8RD lowers the Florida Hydrocarbons which 129 men died Satur- met Tuesday:: at the State
new laKv unbeknown to 1967- 8 tax; roll of Tax Assessor plant gas lines day in explosion. and fire.
Farmers Market to work 'on
him, Green says.!! The law Gone Long, and denied under 3R-233 when it In be- The Talley'a received a tele- charter
rou h drafts of the
authorizes courts to appoint the requests of five timber ing paved to' primary) specifi- gram early Wednesday morn-
by-laws, and marketing
private attorneys If needed for firms, Rayonler Inc., Container Ing after waiting tensely all "ta.
all Owens-Illinois, Gilman cations.Was At- weekend with no word on agreement to be presented
haw felony cases and further told by County
ws authorizes ,a trial fee' up to Paper and Nelson Blocker torney T. A. Yawn the home their son's fate. That his name the members at a meeting.In
tG..,rti eti r, Mi to eCMb,> d6_ had not appeared on any of the Lawtey school cafeteria -
$50O to be set by the judge. to have their assessments! reduced rule and water shed bill both
Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 6 p-
Winner! In the Point Participation Content1' were (from Always popular among the "circle games". In Drop The Previously, fees were allowed -' and approved Long' passed the Legislature, and the casualty lists published was

leftt Erie Blggw, Pan Kayburn, Sissy Long, and Eddie Ala- Handkerchief which attraeted a. largo crowd of yonng"'teni only In capital cases.Green's timber tend values. that certified copies have been the only assurance the family m.All members and proapec-
stand Is that It will -1-Tabiad until SeptenAer a requested but not yet received had.They
geek at the Monday night; feetlvilles.Summer had been swampedwith tive members of the new coop -
be much cheaper for the cir- request by the State Road Department Authorized payment of
cuit to fund his 'office rather. to formulate inquiries from friends and are urged to attend this
\ i a list $66 to Florida Pent Control!
Recreation Program Has Grand'Finale than' to have court appointed of secondary road projects for for fumigation at the commodity -! relatives all week. Mrs. Tal Important meeting.
'coun- the next five to' ley spent Wednesday on the
private attorneys the; year be pre- program storage area In! Adjustable Vinyl Book
ties' reluctance to fund yet sented to' the SRX Oct. 10. phone reporting her son's safe-
by the county HOC Building. Covers All .... 30 eeoU e...
another created office The 1 : ,!-y. I I i
state request was made because r-Took action
no on a
Starting at 5:30: p.m. with Storytlme Leaders Bobby pro at The Telegraph. ,
: Young Talley Is assigned to
s special Small Fry baseball Sue Barksdale and Linda Rae -.. notwithstanding 1. "01 J .
For If Bradford
game, and ending with awards Rosier led the singing of some example
and refreshments around 8, songs that had been enjoyed County went to assigned counsel I ,
the Summer Fun and Tiny Tot during the Story time hour It would mean that' approximately -
40 of the 74
Recreation Program came to throughout the six weeks pro case
a close handled In hds county last year BALDWIN
Monday night. gram. This was' followed by a CHEVROLET.
The Small would be h1I.ndled.by, privatelawyers
Fry game pro baton demonstration led by
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fees'
vided lots of excitement, anda Bobby Sue and performed !by with set by the
complete account Is found AlI_ Ellis, Tammy Rayburn, court. If the fees were only .
elsewhere In this Issue. While and Sonja Biggs. half the $::100 allowed, or $2SO

this game was still in pro- Awards for the doll show per case,'the county. would be End Of The YearCItARANCE
he said.
out $10,000,
gress, playground assistants were given out by Mr. McGee
Bobby Sue Barksdale and for categories ranging from The defender also offered to
Linda Rae Rosier started defend indigents In 'capital
the largest to smallest, and funniest
trampoline exhibition. to strangest. cases, under a new law, and
Sissy Long led off with a Some of those winning first for the first time he would
basic routine made up of the place blue ribbons were: Vicki also handle the cases of Indigent -
simple stunts that each of the Barksdale, Sissy Long, Pam w Juveniles. Green cautioned ; -
children learned during the Rayburn, Jennifer Dockery ofx the Board that\, he had
weeks of the summer pro Neva J. Flynn, Andrea Eaves, never handled the juvenile
gram. Neva Jayne Flynn, Son- Alisa Ellis, and Kris Crosby load' !before, doesn't know just
ja Biggs, Erie Biggs, Lee Announcement of the Sum how many cases would be Involved
Casey, and Eddie Magee per mer Participation winners for and therefore the load
formed their own combina the boys and girls ended the could possibly. get too large.I
Lions of the basic stunts to evening's program. Taking County Attorney T. A.
represent the younger child first place for the boys, witha Yawn apparently. liked Green's

ren. Bill Rosier Sissy Long, total' of 1443 points, was offer.
. .and David Alvarez,'"along with Eddie Magee who' took homea "If Mr. Green's request Is ON ALL
'
Patty Rosier, represented the silver and blue trophy. granted it would be one' of

older boys and girls First; place winner for the girls the biggest bargains" theBoard ,
Yawn ,
The tiny tots sang their favorite ,was Pam Rayburn, who' amassed would ever get
songs, including ones 2095 points for the summer said. As an example he said,
had their She received a Fierce And Whittlesey he bound five state prison
they sung on many I activities.
Circuit Courton New 1967 Chevrolets :
trips. While their parents matching silver and blue Inmates over to
In all five
watched, the tots' played circle trophy. Second place trophies felony charges.
games and an elimination went to Erie Biggs, with 1100 Rotary Praised By Dist. Governor oases Judge Yawn said, he
I defender'aoIftlce
game, much like Musical points'n L for me boys, end setae" named the public

Chairs. Long, with 1733 points for the High praise for projects carried by: George H. Pierce, president as legal counsel. A
I good portion of the county'scriminal This Is A 60-Day Close-Out Of All New Cars
As a special bit of surprise girls. on by the Starke Rotary of the Starke Club, who load comes from the
entertainment, the mothers The evening's activities clos- voiced Wednesday presented the officer I
Club wo visiting
were challenged to play the ed with refreshments being I I by District Governor J. P.IWhlttleeey ,with one of the Starke Club's prison If the, the defender judge had added.not beenavalta.ble And Trucks To Make Room, Before The New
same game, and the children served and the many happy Jr., of Atlantic '.silk banners. counselwere
were delighted. smiles attested to the fact 'I I Beach on his official visit to Gov. Whittlesey met with appointed and private h.. II&ld. it 1968 Models Arrive In September. It's Your :
Winner of the Tiny Tots well as club
that all spectators as I the club. officers, directors, and would have cost the county'
game was Andrea Eaves, participants, had a wonderful Singled out for special men- committee chairmen in a Club I $1,250 at 1280 per ca.se.. Once-A-Year Chance To
while winner of the mothers'
time. tion as. Rotary projects were: Assembly held Tuesday nightat "I to do whatever
game was Mrs. G. J. McGriff, sponsorship, of Boy Scout the home of Clyde G. Ter- possible urge, you within reason to

Jr. Troop ,7Qi( 'the annual Rural- willegar, vice president of the avoid assigned counsel," the
Gene Rayburn: Superintendent Grid Practice Urban Day program and fish Starke Club A steak
supper .
of Parks & Recreation, the student was served ;ludge,stated.Green ,
the
fry ''foreign ex- on patio at said he! was grateful SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS
Introduced the
summer recre change 'program, and sponsorship the Terwillegar home, with for the opportunity to apprise -
ation staff members and turn-
'Set Aug.15 of the BHS Interact Club Mr. Terwillegar and Mr. the Board of Ma' sltuaPineliiirsJ -, .
ed the program over to' Playground with a membership of 70 boys. Pierce as hosts. .
Director Ed Magee, .
Governor Whittlesey: gave a I \
who Inroduced the :next activi- Football season Is just brief of ,
history Rotary saying
Ii ji
ties. around the corner with the ,
I from that in one'62 club years in It Chicago has grown to I TO CHOOSE: FROM NOW :

12,006 clubs In 133 nations

WE ARE NOT A I throughout He said ,that the world.Rotary just!- Grocery ,

flea all the time It takes from
I Bel Airs Cheyelles
a busy schedule because it
f plays a leading role In com Across' from Southside Elementary School S t4V: ,

BANKBut II munlty'ment. and 1Whlttlejey Individual better- On 100 South BiscaynesCorvairs Wagons

'I I

: was Introduced 1 Offers] You, Sport Coupes
I
,
w '
Nasworthy Can Save You ,.first practice session for the rr Corvettes Trucks
1967 .jgrtdder set for 9 a.m.

Tuesday, 'Aug.. 14.
I
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Just'six lettermen wilt' rr: i.

: turn 1984 front squad; the: state Captain champion. Andy HURRY" '-- WHilE' SELECTION IS TREMENDOUS AND:TRADE--'
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50 % Mayton"; tackle; Plen Gnann I '
end: J.: Roy Chasteen, and

I I Billy'Johnny BeloHe:, Warren., quarterback.. halfbacks and: I WEEK'From INS AT' AN' ALL-TIME HIGH .{ .

I fullback; and'Tex Patrick;full / 7 DAYS A

back." Beltae and' Patrick are

AT OUR the only ;juniors' among' the I 7 A.M. Until 11 P.M. ;
(Jletterment( the others are sen
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);
; I The 1867 squad has very FOREMOST OR GUFSTAFSON
'little. exsrcise.; Coach.. David I
Half.PriceFURNITURE !Hursa says. .He Is anxious to I MILK'' 1/2 Gal 58c
get the boys on the field since I -" : :

he says, they: need the work' _
t so bedly.Coach. ''. ..
SALE 'Hurse urges every, LIMITED TIME ONLY NO' DEPOSIT

I boy to >eport in' good liEl r. r

don so. the team will c0l1dl-1 PEPSI-COLA, 6 M Ctn. 39c
Hundreds of People :
We Have Saved : slowed down. It' ls important' ;

Hundreds of Dollars at Our the coach,says, that all boys I ._ I

Half-Price Furniture Sale. Seeingis :'August be present 15..at the first. session. LIMITED TIME ONLY; :TLUS'' DEPOSIT, I I.

Come in Today for' I, Twice per day work ''out, .
Believing.
at 7.a.m...and ,6 p.m., will beheld R. C/s/' 6 Btl. Ctn. 39c
Your Share of These Bargains until school starts) ,.- I RE SON oLE'OFFER REFUSED
I, Schedule., for 1967 la: Sept. NO AT

C. H. NASWORTHYFurniture ;Santa 15 \. Macd Fe, Sept envy, 29 Sept.-22 St.-,' We Carry A Full ,Line. of : -- -

'Augirsblce, Ocfe. 6 e- open: I
Oct, 13\- BoHe,. Oct. 20 '; Ice Cream and. Frozen Foods : :

& Appliances Palatka, Oct. 27,- Live Oak Baldwin ChevrOlets;
'!
NoV: :3 -fFernandlaa Beach :
'.Nov.: 10 .- Lake City, Nov. 17 Home Owned :and Operated_ :

Why Pay More? ,,--=-- Orange Bishop Kenny.Park, and Bolls Nov.and 241:I By Mr.,and )1..... Merrill Dee* 1J 1 301 North ,Phone 96!-7500, '

Bishop Kenny.are.,.,nfIW teams. J




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out. Chuck HutcJituon singled .'

New State Law Will Curb Steve Noegel wulkod, and For Summer Encampment r Morning<< Worship: 6:30: p.m.C. lly Clerk B ulah of the M.Circuit Moody'Court

Randy Martin chlppei::\ in his A. Services: 7:30: p.m. Deputy Clerk

second hit of the inning, a r Evangelistic Services. (S1'lAJ..)
8/8 4 '/? I
I single. Randall Thomas stl'uckout Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MId-

to end the Inning after Starke week Prayer Meeting. ix THE ciivurr COUnT 01

Home Repair Gyps 14 batters came up to ba.t'In' ; : Guard Will Join Pastor: Rev. George Green.Jr. THIS CIIICUIT! roll UP!UTH FIX3K1UA.JUDiCIAl; lAND >I

the third Inning Chuck Hut: VOlt BKADKOR1COUNTY

chison added the only other! CIVIL ACTION

A bill designed to eliminateivMlulent 'he amount exceeds $200 hit and run as he crossed the Adjustable Vinyl Book SUo tlVI'1'181 l-'UR HIVORClll
per
Others At
lIa plate later In the Inning.Team BARBARA K. PAdB,
find illicit practice* project. 111II. Blanding Coven. AU sizes 30 cent. ea. IMulntKC
II was held hitless '
in th- homo rppulr btisinm. Penalty provided in the new Basket Weave: Edward AI The Telegraph.NOTICB V14.

passed( the) Senate in the clos, aw is $1,000 fine or a year In Williams. Henry Lawson, Van until the 4th Inning when HUIH iin'r PA01C.DefenilHIlt... .

'inf minutes t ol the special Jog >rl on, or 'tooth. rrescott Kenneth Manning Allen Akfldpe singled advance Last minute orders were received Sunday morning for Standing. equipment. They will report today TO D5YED: TO: IlOUUilT PAUl!:, ICIngmanArl ,
lt kins. but died on base aa the side by Co. D Malnt 03rd with the of five l'Ol'NTY.1o'1.oOllU.I..\: You lluburt 'Rile,
Jutit. Friday and was sent tc salesmen employed by home ing ( ), Sp. exception men Blandlng. IN .
the Governor. epalr contractors, and financIng Jack Benny was retired.In I Bn. that the local National who are currently on active Upon return from Blanding, CHANCERY.AARON BUMNKIl! Bill are of hereby Complaint notified for, Divorce that a

Tlir bill sponsored by Rep and lending agencies Cloverleaf: Jim Easter. the bottom of the 5th. Guard unit would proceed to duty at training schools, and the company will move into UOHIE J SUMNKRPlaintiff.: ha. been filed against you.

Eugene Shaw, Starke require which deal In buying home Barrel Weave: Ernest Team II rallied for three Camp Blanding Sunday morn three others who attended Its fine new home and start vu. and yuu are rwiulreil, Answer. to serve

rOT the first time that persom! repair contracts and mortgages. Trlest. Leaton Morgan, Jim run on 4 walks, a hit bats lag; for two weeks of ,summer OCS at Blandlng this summer. operating out of the Edwards Adoption of: 1UCHAHD JOHN' a pleitillntf copy, of to your the f-tlll <>f Complaint or

engaged In the home improve The bill exempts all Easter. man and a single by Edwin field training Instead of goingto Members of the unit will Road location on August 21. DIAMOND on thi'. !I'lalntlPf'a Attorney

innnt business become llcensui tate and federal banks) and Keyhole Race: Ernest Conway. Bases were loaded Fort Stewart. Ga., a* pre meet at the new Starke armory The old armory will be turn- NOTICE Dvfendunt TO ArrKAii, ,,; I:300 Northeast. I I'hlllp. I lluitoii First, 1:5,1 Street.ii Ire,

and( subject to elite reguletlOfl ;; avlngs and loan associations, Trle t, Leaton Morgan Jim when the final batter struck viously scheduled.At on Edwards Road between ed over to the City of Starke. Tot Aaron Sumner ilainoHVIIie., Florida, and tile
The bill pnsdeJ the' Flor lowever. Easter. out to end the Inning and Standing tho local unit ;. 2 and 4 p.m. Saturdayto Definite plans for Its future Address: CuknownVim I HIM itrlKHiul, A",..w"r, or I I'luad-.

lila House la-it Friday and Shnw said that as an attorney I Basket Weave: Leaton the game. will Join 'a 'Considerable: seg load personal and l unit I use have not been announced. .null\ are fur Adoption hereby notified of Rlclmrcl)thata of IIIIT the I in
R..p. Shaw personally wolke' he has become Involved -' Mnrfan, Jim Easter Ernest Team I roster: Randal ment" of the Florida Guard. John Diamond has been flied torn, th" SI" day "t BMiitembur..
it across the Capital to the In numerous home repair Trle t. Thomas Gary Rowe. Kevin Tho total! number of ..Guards In the aliovv, named Court and I lit?. It' you full tu do no,

Senate chamber. transactions where homoown-! Ladles Kelly. Randyi Martin. Ray men ordered to Blandlngr has NEW CORPORATION Shimer, Preston Leon Shinier, cause.erv and a.,copy you of are your required answer to Judgment, ) agaInSt' by default you for will betaken -

"'The bill is designed anr rs have been defrauded. lie Cloverleaf: Joyce Warden, Nettles Steve Noegel. David not been dincloHed. Other unIts (CHARTERED HERE; ,both of St. Augiifttlne. Filed or pleading1 to th4 complainton lief demanded:: ; ill. the rlr of

intended solely protect tht tald other states have adopt- : Jo Ann Forsyth Hazel Grif- Andrews, Randy Lawson. will continue to Fort Stewart July 19 by Paul L.. Marts, the Plaintiff. Attornuy Complaint
... ,
Secretary of State Tom H. T.ex Ornrn Stalks, Flor DUNK, AND ORDERED at
'public in dealing with unscrupulous d! similar legislation.ROPING Its Nathan Thornton, Dickie aa previously planned.An Adams has announced the Florida East Coast Railway ida, and file the original In the City of Htarke, County of
contractors and :Barrel Weave: Mildred Proctor Steve Fuqua. advance detachmentfrom Executive Building\ St.. Augustine office or the Clerk of the Circuit llradford, State or Florida, Hill
the loc.'Sl1 had already chartering of Lakeside Ol>.lc&. Court on or bcforo tIe'213th 87th tsoJeHmen who use fraudulent! CLUBWINNERS Easter. ,Joyce Warden. JoAnn Team. II roster.* lCJI: Con- 1lt "y
Inc., 90aV.. Madison Si ICy nf AiiBiiat, 19S7othorivi A. DARBY
and deceptive practices 'Jn obtaining Forsyth Hazel Drift way, Lance Seeding, Allen left early Thursday for Authorized | .o' the all,'wallon... of ClerK. Circuit Court
: a homeowner's slgna ImOKene Bryan. Akridze. Dale Haas David Stewart ,and had :to ''be contacted Starke. stork: CU .aid fomplalnt will be taken Jiradford County. Florida.By .
share of!' common at $100 i FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD conf .ed .
enroute and instructedto per a. "a by you.'Thl.notlce : Virginia F Darbi'Deputy
ture on home improvement Keyhole Race: M1ldreEaster : Gaines Jimmy Scott Larry }, .
Clerk
(contracts renl estate mortgages Winners for July 29..In order Imogene Bryan Kit- Paterson, David Kuhn, Jim. return hom share. Dealing in real and-I OF STARKE tel "v>nro' each shall week be for publlnh-four (Circuit Court, Heal, )
personal property. Incorpontors
mortgage notes, and of finishing: ty Carter, Jo Ann Forsyth. my Brownlee, Victor OrlffVs. Seven officer, five warrant : James Kirby Smith. ,I West Weldon St. and Ral- rvniwittlvev. ..k... In thiDNAUroRD LAW "p' 'rt'H 01" PHILIP

completion! certificates" Shaw Ae 7 and Under Basket Weave: Mildred Mitchell Kersey Bruce: Tll' k-. officers and 180- enlisted men! Foster Shi Smith, Mary Amu- ford Road. CiliA Pit: COUNTY TEL BA1VTON.MI. .., :N.riSftst* First" Htr" t

mid.The Cloverleaf: Cindy Jordon Easter, Im gene Bryan, JoAnn er, Jerry Lawson: j from the local unit will leave Smith,. all of Starke; Shi An.nr\ I Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m. bated this let day of tug. for Plaintiff
Bradford legislator Introduced Mark Joyner Dora Trlest; uat 1981. j Attorney
Forsyth, Hazel Orlffis Sunday! School;, 11:00: a.na. 7,3 u 7/34
CHARLE8 A. DARBY
the bill in May. It Keith Carter, Bobby Carter, Kitty Carter Joyce Warden.
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i
cleared three House commit- David Manning. -. .' ___e___
4
tees but never reached the Barrel Weave: Keith. Carter .

floor of the lower chamber fo> Cindy Jodron. Bobby Special Small I I- _

debate until last week's five. Carter Mark Joyner Klin

,day special session. Shaw wa. Prescott. Dora Trlest. Fry Ball GameThe

elated at squeezing- through Keyhole Race: Bobby Car-

.in'. the final minutes Friday. ter. Keith Carter. Dennis special small Fry I

Tremendous\ assistance in Brown. Mark Joyne% Kim game was played hy twu

getting the bill through thi Prescott. Lisa Lee. teams made up of the older \

Senate came from Senators Basket Weave: Bobby' Carter I players from four teams In -

Verb Pope D-St. Augustine, Mark Joyner, Cindy ..lor.nn. the league. No special significance EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
and Jerry Thomas, D-Rlverla ,. Dennis Brown. David I was attached to wanted. Apply In person at I USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned S _______________________
a Beach. Thomas guided the bill Manning Dora Trlest.Axe either the Garden Restaurant, tfchg $15 up. 10 different
team. as theyi were iEM1E If find the Classified
tho Senate and said 1 you your name among Ads, home 'brand to choose from.
through S. _
8 to 12 called Team
I I aiii: Team II ... Parts *: excellent. repairs a1'I
: reputable contractors and Cloverleaf: Johnny Lee. I and players from *11 four : .it. bring to The Telegraph! office and receive FREE I II tnakM. kIRBY BALmS A
lending agcnoleto favor thelegislation. Randy Joyner. Sandy Mor teams Tigers : : p :5.
.1
Cubs Yankees
..m..r..1. SERVICE 712 N. Main, OalneaVlUe -
Nate Shannon Perry and Mets PASS to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-in. I ,
: Sen. Pope' said the bill will Bryan ran Brad Carter both teams. played on- ... ... ........ .. ; I THEATRIE PASS : 3TA-7110. tfchj I"S

protect illiterate and other Barrel Weave: Steve day Team II was home team I i
a !less-fortunate people who have : COMER'S LAKEVIEW
Mor- :CARTER
Randy Joyner Sandy and took the field first with
: !been victims of unscrupulous\ gan, Nate Shannon, Brad Edwin Conway pitching and DID YOU KNOW It's easy to'i I BBACH'' ft COTTAGES -
CARL
S practices in home repairs. Rep. Carter Betty Ann Orlffis. Lance Seeding behind the own a Lon&champ'Home Bet- ,' BEGGS Spend the day with your family

: Shaw estimates the people of Keyhole Race; Nate Shannon plate. Starting at first 'base ;' ; ter built for Florida living. Gulf Service on. Santa Fe Lake. Parking '

a .the State of Florida have been Sandy Morgan, Klmbo was Dale Haas David Gaines PAINTS:$ : Your plans or ours. Your lot i' $1.00 per car. Swim picnic

defrauded of more thhn $20 Forsyth. Randy Joyner 'at second David Kuhn at' or ours. Contact Buford Mlt- USED PARTS free. Cottage by the week.
: million each: year by home chell, phone 964-6833 : Top p.vfor Wrecked Cars Ph. 468-1129 Maude Comer
Johnny Lee, Brad Carter. short I : P.O. Box f \ ,
stop Allen
and)
Mcrldge 102
: nrownl) St.
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.. repair. racketeers I ;jR, < 238. Starke. tfchg 24 Hour Wrecker Service Earltcn. 12tchg 8-24
g
Klmbo For-
Basket Weave
: was paying third. In the outfield

.: of. The all homo bill requires improvement licensing con. syth. Nate Shannon. Mike Bruce Tucker started at* ,I IJeft ,Cq... t..U. LeRoy. Norman :Jr. t 1..a1;: Fuel Oil ONE STOP

I Bryan Betty Ann Orlffis, .. Jimmy Scott. took center I AT
LAST!
,
tractors who In i
engage more Perry Bryan Linda Lee. and Jim Brownlee played : :: :' .. FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE AAA solin artwn'Stamp*

than two home repair projects Ace 13 to 19 right. Also. pitching for TeamII ; \ ready for occupancy.. 3 bedroom Hwy. 301 V. Wald' I'' A HOME OWNERS MASONRYMATERIALS
: in a given calendar whereDON'T RamlS'
year 1
.. I Cloverleaf: Tommy Smith was Allen Abridge and ; 1% bath Located just f 46S-1998 POLICY

.. Kelly Forsyth. Ralph Mor- Dale Haas.: : outside of city llmlU In PineI'I For Mobile Homes

: FIGHT BUGS gan. Jimmy demons, Ernie For Team I Randy Martin : ijr breeze. Small down payment. '. FLYING LACY CONWAY SERVICE .1 That Qualify

.. Triest, Greg Woods. pitched first and was follow i: /' : :< *t.' Easy monthly terrha. Long- !
.. : ; ':; '' FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Alivplan CALL THE !MAN
Barrel Weave: Tommy ed by Randall Thomas. champ Const. Co:, Contact :Bu-

... Smith Ralph Morgan Greg Kevin Kelly, Jerry Lawson :..Supplies. ; ford Mitchell Phone .964-6853: Ii 1 rentals.. Greyhound Bus. ,; FROM' KEYSTONE Ready' Mix Concrete, Concrete

.. Woods Louie Noegel, Jimmy and Steve Noegel who finish I \ : "; P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfnhg Charter. Keep your part together Block Sand Rock
.. Ernie Triest., :;\;\ charter. &. boa. Phone' George E. LaRue Cement Mortar Steel Oyft-'
"" Clemens ed' the pitching. duties. r.A.f: : _. .... r rCLA5iPiD 964-6690. "
.. Ke}hole Race: Kelly For Starting at 1st base for t. F I. .:. -V ,, tfchy INSURANCE AGENCY tee Shell.'\ Llmerock, Roof

.. syth. Ernie Trlert Ralph Team I was David Aniirews. : :.: .. .. AD jl' INSURANCE! Keystone His. 473-1692 Gravel Precant Lintel.. and
.
HAI'1435Vp
,;
.. Greg' Woods Jimmy base Window Sill. Everything
Morgan, Second was Randall AT REDUCED RATES
.. demons. Louie Noeg 1. Thomas; short atop Kevin Z p tR'jj,1.0.V. ; $;\" t. 1C .word ...._....fIO I t I AUTO. FIRE 'BOAT FOR SALE or rent large for Almonry (Construction.

... Basket Weave: Louie Noe Kelly and third base was ,) .!In'UI \. dark. word o"'r 13 -.__...O7 i iusers DOYLE K. CONNER II, story house 14 rooms, 4
gel. Jimmy demons, Tommy played by Steve Fuqua Mak- ;,. .I .. ,fiy/. I //J INSURANCE AGENCY baths" $&:1100. 514 S. EppersonSt. ANNOUNCINGA
Smith. Ralph Morgan, Don-. ing up the outfield <*kar.. If not : Y. I* Klrchftlnn P.O. Box
was Steve ,i'; paid adweses tfchar
.. na Bryan, Ken Scott.A Noegel. l left field Chuck :'?i1J 1"i'f,!! .1'" ..4; j. $ : !_. ::'_ ('J 78.. Hampton.. Fla. tfcharWANTfiD
.
,
.. -,(! tit- IIClovel'f -Hutg-_._+.,..Ian. -. _at._ ._....nt....w..... _.."d._ .i...,._._- ., \ ,' ; _..C..n.- ........ .."'.....-.. iUIIs NEW MOBILE: home, ; : Henry Law- tlan Thornton In right field. '. /;, n ;jiI ... \O!( '. ,C ts p. w.d aaha 20' & 24' wide, Buddy- *- Housekeeper for Ready Mix Plant

.. .. .. light housekeeping duties to
,
'Edward CARD or THANKS Clem on. Layton Travel Trailers
Van Prescott
son Also seeing actionfor team BO w..r<. <.. !... _.._... ., ."I care for lady convalescing atKeystone
Williams, Mark Adkln Son- It wa" Larry Patersan, leftfield 10)).... Wttrrt. ......., M ...IM] Liberty Taylor, .Azalea from Illness. Prefer HeightsFor
ny Lawson. Ralph Bryan. Jerry Lawson, cen. er Reduce safe, simple and fast .. 9 buy, sell trade. Year,bank .financing. live In. Write someoneto
BUG-PROOFYOUR HOME Barrel Weave: Van Prescott field. Mitchell Kersey right with GoBese tablets. Only 98c. U \ Buckeye Trailer Mart, : BCT Drew-
er A. Stark, Fla. trchgHUNTERS Better Service To
B iward Williams Hen- I field. and Victor Qriftis at Koch's Dniyntore. iqtchg824 UNDERWATERiWEED Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. ,
ry Lawson George Lewis I third base. Orange: Park 264-2131. tfehg Osceola National That Area.
3 BEDROOM house unlnlshed.5'a .
Oerald Joyner, Ralph Bryan. For Team. I. Randy Lawson .CUTTING Forest privately owned
Will Not Be
: land. We
acres strawberry ,f1.
Keyhole Race: Mark 'Ad- played left field. Dicky Myers Power -Tool* campsites' for sale as low an

kins, Ralph Bryan. Van Proctor right field. and Ray Ph.mile 06 from"&-' 801.city limits. $4,900.00 tfchg i All Types'I I IIii Area Headquarters! For $10 down. 11 miles N. of Undersold.

Prescott Gerald Joyner Whittle had catching duties. I Lawnmowem Power Tools Sander on on State Road 229
I -
Bulldozer &> ii _ _
Robert Jordon. .Edward WU- Team I was victorious 5 to THANK YOV NOTES..-.Beautifully : I _' MrCulloch Chain Saw* In 'the heart of the forest. 259- Bradford

". narTr a..., a over Team II as they scor- engraved in gold or Drag, Line. .WorkJ. I _- S SI Pumps A Water 8y tm 7&52 Mwcctenny. VIa.
.. iBtJsmicCustom ed 4 big runs in the first In- silver. 1.25: for box of 25 Including C. Gardner Briggs & Stratton Engines 4tchg 8'17
: K3US ROACHES FOR SIX MONTHS .
,I, o'I'I ning. Lead-off batter Steve envelopes. Bradford I I Rentals .> 8al..>s > atorvto Three BR and kitchenette for EngineeringCo.
; GUARANTEEDRIDABUG I l2Wides. I I Fuqua reached 1st Safely on County Telegraph. tf PHONE 964-7720 : e 230 N.E. 16th Ave. maintenance work or will
an error. Steve Nocgel singled GalnmvUto 876-84It I
Randy :Martin! hit a double FOR RENT Small unfurnIshed FOR RENT -.; Unfurnished, Aquatic Garden* tfchg rent reaxonabl Back of
: Underwood MoteL Phone 964-
Mad. __ two BR house' outside ,.
and Kevin Kelly iollowxi city. '
2 bedroom
: I For Florida Living with a triple. After a strike- yard. Ideal for couple house.or Large.small Turnl "hed apartment In FOR SALE or lease -:- Large I. 6955. 'Itp 8/3 .

I family. 250 N. Bav St. tfchg Stark.W.'H. Nollman. tt chg K on* Height* 3 bedroom frame house, "corner FOR <&AIE J Oil RENT 3 Phone Starke

it f Get M<..* lot. Fenced back yard, new room house and bath $33 mo.
YOU SILVER SANDS LAKE
STARKEBUSINESS Paul E. Canova roof. 746 8. Westmoreland St.
For Your S $ I 732. !'Alton Rd. Phone 964-7073. 964-5403
: 1dJ.4eeIJse $2.700 to$3.500 HASTINGS MATTRESS or phone 964-6575. tfchg tfchg

No Salaried .r Com WANTED" Middle age cou\ GATOR HONE LAKE. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
missioned pie Employees
: of'' \ I ment and utilities furnished. Furnished house $22, OO.OO, house on Market St. Couple Mix'
DAD& BRAD.LARSEN Come : professional[ I See S. E. Upholstered & Refinished month. A. J. ThomasRealtor..
\ LIKE 'TO WORK DIRECTORYI SOl ,North. 'Starke. tfchg McKay. I 473-4285
Tol. 9645701.
: ..prayera __ Keyntona Height MATTRESSES REBUILT SINGER AUTOMATICCONSOLE
;___ I YOU Benefit! AUTO REPAIRS I No. 636 Pevelopers! Over Phone! 473-4A1A New Innersprings '0. J. Anders !MODEL' Not responsible for debts of

kills roach, f1a, I 9 acres clone ,In. Call for In 473-4740 or47-41SE 'and .Box Springs Sewing 'Machine! : Zig Zugs Court Shoe Repair after July

mosquito, silverfish and allS : Earl's Garage; formation.. f'ORCEDTO'S U.l,; :.* Owner .I Drop VII A Card or Call FOR SALE John Deere /blind stitches, buttonholes. ,15: 1967, Edward. A. Hall.

household crawling AD Sizes MI Display ALL KINDS OF No. 547 -- 4 Lots! ApproH. being transferred.,, Pay]{'&;equlty PALATKA KA 0-B166 "B" tractor starter, hyd. lift, decorates, etc. Original' price, 3tp 8/3
) and l leaves a residual In.ect"j 8-JO-12 Wide AUTO 110', by 300 Planted In 7 $300. Has balance of $32, or
REPAIR WORK grassA and assume mortgage. Con- ft. straight disc,. bottom
MRS. PEGGY SMALLER
continue to kill for 6-8 IJ/i Baths All. Work Guaranteed ready, to build on. Well & crete block construction\',. '3 > 209 E. Adklnit St. plow all for 1495.: 2 rOw.0111- reliable party.iinthis' area can FOR RENT .-- 3 rooms and

RID-A-BUG available at your I and Expandabl st Phono 964-7005 Septic tank. Buy one 'or all. bedrooms, living: room,, dining r.. Stands Agent tlvator $100; 1 row 'pull type assume $2 weekly payments. bath furnished cottage. 515:
Phone COULXXTT!: Jacksonville
Hardware, Garden Supply.Build.rs I So. Walnut Starke No. 542 room kitchen, tile Priced Cot. 3531946.: Ask for credit
Paint and Independent Right man-
Supply -
screened porch patio. Landscaped plow on rubber $63; 10'spike
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I< Grocery Store New and Used AUTO SERVICE tage, 5 rooms with enclosed : ager. Will deliver. No obliga-
and tree shaded lot. tooth harrow ,$SOr 20 ft. ; GOOD USED TYPEWRITERS -
II I porch. Priced at $4400. tion: 'Ctfchg 8/31
Call 964-7420 for Aluminum elevator $639:\ from $M. Standards and
'RID-A-BUG & RUST CURE 8-Yr. financing available. Gilbert S. Brown STROUT REALTY ..- .. appointment tfchg: GIFTS Chev. "6" Station wagon:runa Portables. Also Typewritersfor

TOP QUALITY COMPANIONS 2117 N. Temple Ave.. StarKo. good $93. Logan 1/4 ml.. South For Rent 3 bedroom, furnished Rent. Bradford County
j For Further Information Call: I I Use Our Rental-Pur Stamford OH SerIee Station Fla. ((001)) 061-6609 FOR SALE New 8Va hp Waldo. U.S. 301. Itp house on Kingsley Lake. .Telegraph. tf

chase Plan-Payment. ATLA4 Rvlnrude $Z25. New 12 gauge Sept. 1-Juno 1. Phone S33-2233.
HT.tRKK ] TIRES & BATTERIES' FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom Remington, pump $85. Call HORSE SHOW Every Sundayat 4tch; 8/24 .
DulMrrn. Hardware & Supply Under $50 Per MonthNOJE' Budget Terms-Road Service House unfurnished. Call 964. 964-7708 after 5:30: p.m. Itchg For Sal* Ai 2 p.m. Barrel Racing FOR SALE -- Holstein milk
Sot Timed Events. Cash and cow and calf. Calf 5 weeks old
K. Call Street Phone 964-7071 5413. tf/chg WILLIAMS JEWELRY prize I
:WANTED TO BUY earthworms FOR RENT 2 bedroom can not take all the milk. Call
407 N. ribbons.: 'State Road 18 .East
Temple StarkeHURST'S
)
Mary Carter Paint Store Or BOtto
*
I houue. Bath dining room kitchen 064-6540. 8/10
p wholesale. Call Hall's Hampton. Fla. Itchg I 2tchg
333 N. Temple 8tr..e&Ntarke I
NOTHING DOWN -- 2 acres 'Bult Place, IVt\. ml. S.K.: of living room screen
( Hardware 2 bedroom, partially furnished HOME! I 2 miles N.W. of
\ Keystone Heights .Rd. 100 at SiTES 100 X 183 porch. Cheap. FOR RENT 3 bedroom
JOH K. ..Call Street SHELL house $65 mo. Total price Lake Geneva< Phone 473-3071. FOR SALE Alvarez Store, with access ,to large lake, fine Lawtey Rd. 123.: Phone 782- trailer to reliable people.

; LAiVTEY Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE Service Station J6SOO. Turn right off 301 Itchg air conditioned. Reasona.ble.Phone sand !beach. Rentals in. same S731. ltchg Intersection of 16 and 225.
North on first road beyond 9615093. Ann Ja"e8. 473-
8/10
community.
4tehu
;;,. L. Water* General Md e.KEVSTONK Ran Oils Lubrication Farmers Market Call 9646540.: Itchg 8/10
7th house on FOR SALE .J,;. 4 bedroom 4331 or 4734111. Itchg TWO LADIES want ride tl'
.
Goodyear Tires A Batturlea" right. Now Open For Business -
: HEIGHTS: Full Lake Privileges ltchg
house
concrete block.Walk- U of Fla. will be permanent.
ROAD SKRVICK Shoe Repair by Phillip, 126 FOR SALE 1933: Chevrolet WE HAVE a modern 4 bed-
Homestead Ing distance to stores Johnd/e Hansen:
Doctor 468-1766
House Exempt-
Brooklyn Supply or
SOl and 100 SUrke North Court Opposite Court pick-up Yt 'ton long wheel base room house for rent $55: a
Hwy. 21 Financing FOR RENT Furnished two and' town. 3 'blocks to school. Ext. 2854 U of Fla. 3tchg 8/17
House. 3tp 8/3 $193 cash. Call 033-2823: after month. Big yard quiet neighborhood
.Keystone. Height Lumber. METAL WORK bedroom duplex apartment, air Wall to wall ca&petlogcen; :9 p.m. Itp unfurnished Flo.
Hwy. :31 & 100 conditioned carport, laundry tral heat anti air. conditioned, 1 FOR RENT 3 bedroom
FOR SALE 2 Citlzeis un- Power electricity piped for
Lake Geneva
room with washing machine. large ''uttllty'room..' Living
ICutledge/ Grocery THOMPSONSheet Owners former Band Radios, new, never licensed FOR SALE 14 ft. Fiberglass I fumfctfred house Central heat. gna.: < Or will sell for 5000.
home. aizod
Also with
room fireplace good
one
Lake Geneva 1 mobile unit. I Base Loneatar Runabout\ with Central location. Available Terms. Phone 964- 28S.: tfohg
Metal bedroom duplex apartment, air bedroom Nice: horn fop mod I
WorksAll
Trailer Sales station complete with anten trailer and 30 tip electric August. 13. Contact Mrs.
; IF NO DEALER IN YOl'K conditioned, private driveway. ern convenient living.' Priced n.a.a.$173.. 17Vi H.P. West tarter Evinrud kicker-$523. Claude Crowion at Telegraphor
;k ARE.COSTAcr Types Metal Work- Across from BHS. ,R.nn r for quick' sal. Partly financ Bend Outboard motor, excel- 4l i/a mile N. of Starke on 301. phone Keystone Heights FOR SALE Portable WeldIng -
KENOO CHEMICAL & MFG. O* Route loe. One Mite! 8BKeyrton Apartments. 383 W. Washing ed. Fhon' 96f- 283. .tfchg Phone 964-7378. ltchg 4734225. tf Custom built porchesand
_. Heat & Air Cond. lent condition $100. 114 ft.
I CO., INC. : IVelfht I ton. Phone 994-6279.: tfchg patio rail*. Ornamentalposts
P.O. fOX 6246J Open Sun. & Evenings Systems InstalledRd. i. Fiberglass boat motor and metal strips. Oil drums:
WILL BABY SIT after 12 trailer. Equipped with steering FOR SALE 1940 Ford Waitress: Wanted Call 964- stands. Hwy. 16 North. Turn
:'\OKSOWIM.K:, FL.\. S230a "_ -4 16 E. Ph. 9fi) 1-5723 III FOR SALE -. Beagle puppies noon dally except. Sundays.' 1400. Phone PH4-6643. 1330 Sedan good I 12u:l I ._\11. 3.17 N. CLuk St. Itp Ilionu Mrt-lnfiti,,. Itp lft.udlo.:' $t. -Itp O.II-IUlOIi.i Itp lip 8/3 OtVl-ftll3. ItchgPACE






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BTARK1B. II'LORIDtltJft.3DA) Y, AUGUST 3, 1967 _
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W" W '. T-S' There Was Little Good In The Good Old Days'Of

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r 0% EASY:, ALL, YOU f'' M1AVEToOot5 Printing Telegraph \With Ancient Equipment


In J't [The Telegraph' now observing Oa They were scoured and Upon moving; to the new
An
Riots Exercise
: FutilityAs Its 88th year of continuous oiled but would not work new quarters, a. rebuilt cylinder -

t AISETH&OLDONEW: publication has hada before Mr.: : Moltt the blacksmith press was, procured. and
might be expected, every- aren't they rioting in the streets? colorful history Some of had hit 'em with a new material was added! The

one blames everyone else for the The answer is that they don'thave ) the hardships of Its early hammer in different places. fate of the old hand Job press

disgraceful and inexcusable riots the Stokely Carmichaels and days are described In this They were as temperamentalas has always been a mystery.
article by the late H. E. prima donnas and would One thing is sure- no one
Newark Detroit the Rap Browns who are allowedto
have racked
that Lagergren originally pub- refuse to work at times. got a chance to use It as a
and other large Eastern cities go about the country shouting lished in the August 27. 1937 They were then let alone for nucleus for a newspaper in

during this memorable summer treason, mayhem, and inciting to issue. an hour or so, to let their Starke. It may have been
of 1967. riot without fear of punishmentor huff evaporate and they broken to pieces) with an axe.

imprisonment.It While evolution in nature became tractable again. Well, by this time the medieval -
Democrats blame Republicans, ? may 'be considered as a With the presses came also period of The Telegraph

Republicans blame Democrats, the is undoubtedly true that scientific prize story evolu- a paper cutter causing the was ended and the
Mayor of Detroit blames Con these men have been built into 5 tion In printing offices is a senior printer to shed tearsof historian will have to stop

gress, the Governor of Michigan national figures and threats to fact. Every old. established joy In those days paper Later came the renaissance*

I blames the President and some the nation's safety by averzealous newspaper started<; from an for posters did not come already period with a. typesetting)
embryo and the evolution la cut to size but it had machine and electric lights
thinking people on both sides are reporting by press, radio, and stll going on. .for In no craft to be cut at home by main and later yet the modern era,

beginning to blame the news television of their every move, are new inventions end strength and awkwardness. If with new presses, folding

media for their sensational and and treasonous remark. They methods more eagerly made large batches were required. machine, wire stitcher) and

sometimes irresponsible coverageof could never have risen to such use of than in printing. the pile of paper was laid on sundry other: fine things, all

such incidents. prominence without the free pub The printers of the Bradford the floor an iron "chase" by electricity.

licity which is lavished upon County Telegraph la now was ,laid upon it, one aide If The Telegraph's linotype

Congress has set the wheels of them without regard to their real better furnished with up-to- serving' as a straight-edge; operator were of the jittery
i investigation in motion to try and importance. date machinery and appliances the "devil" was told to standon kind. It wouldn't do to let

determine the cause of the riots than any other in a city the chase to hold things him know that a young man.

a task which will likely Many of the very acts that are the size of Starke. But it was down while the senior, by Jeff Jones, was shot to death
proveas decried and denounced by Lrnaf1_ not always thus. Until the; means of an old butcher at the very spot w her e
press,
ineffectual and inconclusive
as early years of ,this century It knife held In both hands, the machine now stands.
television the workof
radio and
most other congressional investi- are just struggled along. worried the sheets asunder, while the room was a saloon.
gations.In men whom the news medja The establishment occu- muttering anathema the An operator named Albln-

must share responsibility for pied the south. half of ,the while. Cards were cut one ata son, having heard of the oc-
much that has been written building.up into their present second story of the Manning time on a primitive' card curence and that it 'took

and spoken on the subject, there positions of power.In iJ'/.t building. Until about '1897. cutter. place during a thunderstorm

seems to be an underlying theme ;' the machine for printing the Much, Ingenuity was shown once during such a

that the riots, though reprehenible an editorial In its current paper consisted of a Washington when certain type letters storm refused to work

are simply the result of des- issue, Life/ magazine points out aH hand press worked bya gave out. Some other letters, swearing that the spot was
peration and frustration the basic need for distinguishing V stout negro. His arms were turned upside down could be unlucky and that the lightning -
expres- strong and didn't mind the used! A "P"could be> made by would be sure to strike:
between the riots and the goal of
sed by a race that has been downtrodden '

stubborn lever but ho complained cutting the curlicue off an him. As his services were
for years. This note was Negro advance toward full par &7ft of a pain in hid "R"; and: "1"" could similarlybe badly needed just then his

unmistakable in the closing com ticipation in American life hall" every time an Impression made from an "E", and so comrades had to almost force

ment of Chet Huntley on a news economic, political, and social. was made. Fearing that on. Or the same letter, but him, to work. But Alblnaon's
give from a larger size could be trembling fingers struck the
telecast when he said the rioters the man's head would
Life wisely comments that out Major Matthews, after worn down on a brickbat and keys so hard till half a dozen.
were In effect saying .
,
those who say the only answer to he had become sole proprle- made to fill the bill. matrices would tumble over
Whitey, it may take this to"make the riots is to do more for the 'The Great Magician etor.. went to Ocala and suc- During the earl( days of each other every time and

you recognize the,problem. Negroes are only inviting further .. ceeded In buying a job !press this century the saloons were the proof of his galley show-

We don't buy this line of hog- violence. "The threat of arson is big enough to print a page of voted out of Starke and J. C. ed mostly such gibberish, as
hardto Orabb. a saloonlst left townin "etaoln xaflff cmjwypcn-
the It was very '
paper.
the
not to sell the American
wash which is being used in an way *' FARMER'S DIARYthey run. The operator. had to disgust. Major Matthews mwypf shrdlu ."
obvious attempt to people on social justice, the Life
partially excuse work the treadle to set the then bought the building
acts of criminal violence. editorial continues. "A man who heavy balance 'wheel in mo- Crabb had occupied and

loots, who burns, who shoots at Just In case you might not use at the Astrodome. It tion, and It had to make seven moved! his prlnetry into It,
In all the millions of words police from a rooftop is commit have noticed it. we've hadi 'a might not make It hit with !revolutions for each impression. and it is stll there. The floor

that have been written on the subject ting a criminal act. Society puts lot of rain lately. and If it wildlife at our place butwouldn't Then the parts was hi very bad shape, and
of the riots keeps a lot of ducks are It be nice to have until concrete floor couldbe
their cause and its very foundation in jeopardy up came together with such a a
effect, not the first line has been when its officials ignore their going to have to learn to grass that just sat around bang till the entire upper laid the ,boards often

used to point out that the Negro to such swim all over again.' During a.nd looked.pretty. .? floor of the building shook broke under the feet of the
duty stop crimes or to Dear Mr. Matthews:
the long spring drought mo- dentist feet of the printers. A little
a. Dr. J. O, Haynes. a
does not have exclusive access to punish those who commit them." ther ducks warned their Officials over In Union had his office on the same girl came In one day and I have been visiting the*
all sub-standard housing, unemployment County have moved into declared Mayor's Court for several
ducklings that this country floor. He often had to ask: after viewing the pitfalls '
i and-or job discrimination Another writer has pointed out would let wet again and :you their:.: 'new' courthouse, and the to please rest it was "the holiest floor montha now.

and other abuses in the that American Negroes already can see by the way the while there, covering a school for a pressman few minutes while he I've ever seen." Once a tramp It is surprising to me to

country. Does it ever occur to have a higher standard of living ponds and bays aae filling board meeting. Sam noticed yanked' a tooth from the jaw printer, having a wooden leg. see so many young people

these "ends justify the means" than many people probably .a up, that the prediction. has By Sam McGarveyand that the airconditionedhearing of some patient which could was hired. HU e.rt1f'lclalappend.1i1e especially teenagers, appear it
majority of people come true. room was chilly while the dental broke through the before the Court. However
writers and throughoutthe not be done
spokesmen that there and that instead! of cold Is enlightening ''to see how
had a mess to clean up. earth- floor and stuck fast, and the
world. in an
rocked
also chair
might be 4 few members of other They have or There I ,Awhile drinks, on the table, the board as had to 'be unstrapped the Mayor.; bandies these
waa i.. good demand became man
It
: at least, 'vast ajority of, them ? "rAlab' ''' "' I q\i\ ke.: And soon
races in ,the 1nembe1'f''had hot coffee.
nation' that are also ? foftobacco"At the" opening we werb"awa9? evident that a, section of the from It before It could he pull eases.
born into, live through, and die have finally obtained access to of the auction market at the grass' took to growing floor might collapse, as Its ed up. He swore he would sue I think the Mayor shouldbe

under conditions just as deplorable opportunities for self-betterment. High Springs, and! the .first and we came back to a partial So cool Is the new buildingthat supports 'were not any too for damages, but having been commended, on the way

as those that handicap seg- True It pile of leaf brought 75 cents wilderness. Sam got out when a Union County strong. For the sake of sav- given enough money to buy a. be handles these cases.I .
might take years to but he had official Invited Charles Darby with he let remain sincerely yours
ments of the Negro % pound. Growers reported the old mower ing himself In such a contingency pint of bootleg
? We
have doubt race realize the goals obtainable by that they had been troubled trouble starting the fool ,' to come over and cee the the operator beforehe It go at that and ]left town. -Frank{ I* Williams

no that every depressed application Of these opportunities by both dry and wet per'ods thing ,and by the time renovated building and additions .began press work, pulledan

.. Negro could be matched with through peaceful channels -- but during the season. One whose) he got dt .going he was too he- said. "Come on all-purpose table out of
a so-called "pore white" whose tired to 'h1 111elt. Guess over and see us;,but be sure
they can NEVER be obtained crop was not irrigated averaged go the way and opened the doorso
lot is equally as frustrating, and through riots and other criminal out at 1,600 pounds per what we should do is get to wear your overcoat. that nothing would hindera NEWS And NOTESFor

gets a lot less attention. Why acts of violence,i acre, while Wilbur Brown of some of that, artificial grass' quick exit If need be. '
Worthington Springs said his The Ink rollers were hard Today's Homemaker

Irrigated planting would and uneven. In cold weatherthe
yield better than a ton to Ink became so stiff the By Martha Sue McCain

I The Fur That Didn't Fly the acre COUNTY To press could ameliorate hardly be conditions worked County Extension ,

: Horn Economies) Agent
A speaker at the opening WITH somewhat, one roller was

Having written so much in rec- Clerk complied with day ceremony remarked! that .J1 taken off and a burning
ent months about the no retort the tobacco market is an YOUR lamp. tied .fast with haywire
bickering
arguing and that the Council didn't trust him annual reminder that while ,. was set under the Ink disk PEARS! PEAKS! squeezing Juice out.
general ill will dis-
played at or was wrongly questioning his Industry has made contribu- so as to thaw out the ink Are ;you one of the fortunate 3. Combine all ingredients
City ,Council meetings methods.In tions to the economy of this somewhatbut this did not ones who has a peartreeIn Including lemon Juice and

in Starke, we feel compelled to section agriculture is still produce clear print. your own yard< or a very cook,until mixture is thick
take note of a change for the bet- short, the political machinery the biggest! business of the The only other piece of dear friend that will share and tender.

ter. in City Hall Tuesday night area .- ; -. machinery consisted of a with you? Then I'm sure you 4. Pour hot Into sterile jars
worked with exceptional smooth- small Job press run by hand.It do want to prepare the pearsso and zeal.
Perhaps we speak-too soon, but And speaking of agriculture had only one roller as hardas you can enjoy them, even 5. Process 10 minutes In

Tuesday night's Council sessionwas ness.True The Bradford the most peaceful and pleas It might be just a lull] berry ,Cooperative will have a F though not as smooth and Pears are better suited to SWEET PEAR PICKLES

ant in a long, long time. There in.the storm. It is significant that 'an important meeting, August straight. A form had to be canning than freezing.. :The 1. Wash, pare and core

was plenty of discussion, both pro the meeting was the first since 8 when members of the rolled twice or more times be- hard pears must be precooked pears.

and con, between the clerk ,and the recent four, to one vote to new organization will vote on George T. fore Inked enough for visible and cooled. if frozen. It is 2. It"-very hard cover with
keep the a charter andbylaws.. Alb flugglna print. Once a. negro editor of just 'as' easy' to can in Jars water and pre-cook) 8 to 10
council members but it posts of city clerk and
c
was all for colored, of
farmers In this section will a newspaper or cans and give a short minutes.
carried on in a most pleasant and chief of police elective. be watching the new co-op .,.- Live Oak. came to buy the water bath. This saves valu- 3. ,Make a syrup of 8 cups

cordial manner. Some 17 different And the operation at City Hall with Interest it may branchout There are lots and lots of ter about something that is press. The price aske.l for- able freezer apace for other of sugar, 2 cups of vinegar. .4
items were discussed in the two also be to Include other producein In sure different and is Just for $25. The offer of' $2.,50 ,wa items. cups of water. 1 tablespoon
people
may going smoother happy ;
hour session. now addition to berries.When mighty week. I Information. It"can fhelp us refused CANNED PEAR HALVES ginger,, 1'/a teaspoon of wholcloves <<
that the staff Bradford County this
new is getting be mighty thankful 'that The roof leaked abomin- 1, Wash; pare and cut into 2 tablespoons stick
early to
Questions that in other meet- "broken in" to the routine. The believe it was in the former have powerful ,research to ably. As soon as a rain began halves core and then, slice:: cinnamon.t .

Ings were quite enough to set the presence of auditor Ned Scott Judge Murphree'sIongawalted fall of 1965 when Commissioners ( we keep new and better chemicals the senior printer called If desired. Pour 'this hot syrup over
decision the and present County' "
sparks flying, Tuesday night failed may be making itself felt in the timberland assessment on suits conceived the idea ofa coming along. out, "Pots! the 'devil' then 2. Drop as cored for tbs
to ignite the expected explo- orderliness exhibited Tuesday was., announced'' the most relieved separate and well located We are,told that, )Jhere are placed purpose cans under kept the drips. large which container 2 tablespoons of clear waterto of night.0, Drain off syrup and, reheat

sion. night, though he was not present. person In the court- building that would make some 87,000 species of flies, Some of the, window panes It
vinegar and or 1 tablespoonof :
house was Tax Assessor Oene possible having all agricultural gnats, and mosquitoes. Flyswatters !
In the sash with
were kept fruit and let
6. Pour over
The salt has been added to
For instance the new atmosphere of quiet
Clerk
tape
pre- long. Had it gone the other program headquartersunder and sticky cords. repeating
sented Council with nine-month cooperation could be attributed to and the same roof. but they sure prevent darkening of fruit. stand again. After
a way in favor of the timber one have place Only one page of the paper 3. When fruit Is ready toprecook 2 to 3 times fruit should be
financial statement. It was vigorously a great many things. Perhaps not companies. long said he Visible construction rot: un- could not take the place of could be printed at a time, drain and drop Into well saturated and clear.

questioned by the Council, even the Clerk or the members would have to change the tax derway last week. As the good, chemicals. and much time was lost in a thin or medium syrup 7. Pack In Jars,, cover with
rolls for three years, and that people see It and read aboutit somewhere that if a It
especially by Councilman Neil words, if asked. Read" back-folding Those d prospect had cost him manya there will be more mighty of house flies started a
Tucker who Is himself pair was the practice to "wet ] and cook 5 to 8 minutes. PEAR PRESERVES
an
ac But it Is the way things shouldbe night's sleep. happy people in Bradford 'family In March and no down" the paper before 4. Pack the fruit in hot 1. Wash pare core pears.
.
countant. He asked the Clerk to County. We believe also that in reproduction till
run, and we hope that Tuesday break printing. When this was not sterile jars. They may be preserved
dig out of the City Hall records However, the matter Is apparently lots and lots of people all about August the entire done In tIme for the water to 5. Cover! with hot syrup as whole, in halves or in Quar
night's meeting- was a previewof and will be happy.
around are United States would, be cov- diffuse Itself through every ters. ,
itemized data pertaining to some what the future will bring. far from being: settled The Chamber of Commerce ered >to a depth of four and sheet, some sheets were too jar is packed. Seal. 2. For 5 med1wn- 1zed
as It seems likely that 8. Process In water bath-
points in the statement. The has already given me a one-half feet. That is some wet for the ink to sttrk and pears make a syrup of 2
the plaintiffs will appeal to pints 8 to 10 minutes. and
giant-size ash tray because counting by somebody. the print was dim. The readers cups of sugar, 2 cups of
a higher court and that may quarts 16 to 26 ,mInutes.
mean another delay before a they know that. I will, for Moat fly species lay eggs then believed, their eyesight -, 7. If packed In tin raps water and 1 lemon sliced
awhile want more than a decaying vegetable matter, was falling. Tho Telegraph very thin.
final decision la reached. Into cold water
five or six cent cigar. We are manure, and other, warm used 'patent Insides" immediately plunge cans after removing; 3. Boil ,sugar and water for
already looking also for abigger furnished ready-printed. by a 9 minutes.
When we came beck home damp area. Fly larvae ..ormaggots from water. bath.
The Bradford County Telegraph coffee pot. Well we' syndicate. This was kept a 4. Add pears and lemon.
Qq from our vacation, we were all Just appreciate the Inter- hatch. from. the eggs profound secret "for it was 8. In making syrup a mild Cool until pears are clear

ESTABLISHED 1879 upset to find that electric est that everybody has had In a few days and feed on claimed that-the entire paper honey. may be substituted for and transparent and syrup

power was off at our place and still have In this project.We tiny organisms. was printed at home. The. In- one half the sugar, giving a is of a thick consistency.
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor.and Publisher and that ,the contents of our product of very Interesting
happy well
are also
Q p Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper PubUrii Coati oualy freezer refrigerator were and ruined our and deep a. that during these past two we must control fly breeding the home' production was the flavor. cinnamon may be added for
have not heard Some readers. PEAR MINCEMEATTwo
Nor years. we reverse. were flavor, when the syrup is
Under The Bam Hart Hd. to swat
and continue
mess. Apparently, some time places bard
even one statement that this sorely puzzled over this mat- dozen largo, made.
during our absence a lightning Agricultural Complex: was and spray. ter of difference in print and pears; 8 cups sugar: :2 lemons 6. Pack, hot pear preserves
llUt-i' on the power line needed. One last thought -always the only logical conclusion : one-half cup vinegar; seal.
Published each Thursday sad entered *. Second Otesa Matter a* the I'uet Offs not Into sterile Jars and
knocked out the transformer
We.inay have to take heard that charity beginsat they could arrive at was that 1 tablespoon salt; 1 'tabl_ Process for 8 minutes In a
Stark under Act < Mareh 187f.
at Florida o rd.
the
on pole near our home .
the cinnamon: 1 tablespoon -
tranquilizer pills even after home. Someone else remarks printers must be drunk spoon boiling water bath.
and it not back In ,
Butworlptloo 1m trade areas 1 year $.00; 8 _...., f So JOutelda > order' until was we put arrived home It is completed because I am that there would probably be half of the time. cloves; 1 tablespoon If'you would like to have

trade ..,.. 1 .50 a PM sure that ,the progress of the later the proprietor had grated nutmeg. the bulletin "T/sfav Florida
: year, ; m.Mhsy and notified the power com more charity If It was dedu-
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pany. Increase speed. ctible. OOrdon job presses/ salvaged blade of food chopper our office In the courthouse *
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rrrrr Osgood Green family rauuiun/ and< Washington .recently. AIRPARK BAPTIST
a Gold Head Branch State Mrs Clyde Robinson, -of Sunday School iO a. m.

BROOKERBy Park were: Mrs. Pearl Mar- Lakeland was visiting Mr. and Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
key, Mrs. Mary Green Mr. and Mrs Dick Raulerson and family Training Union, 7 p. m Evening

Mrs. Dave Groan, :Mr. and recently. Service, 8 p. m.-Rev.
Joyce StokesAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAUA Mrs. Leslie Green and family WUliard Raulerson, son of Lacy Conway, pastor..
Mr. and Mra. Lee Roy Green Mr. and Mrs. Dick Raularson.; ;
and family Mr. and Mrs. K. W.' left last week for the Army. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Mr, Hazel 'larrell and Hodges and family and Mrs. Cpl. John Lewis of Washington STARKE ,

daughter, Sha: have returned Brenda Jones and daughter\ D. C. was home on Opportunities for service: : 'I'
from a nice vacation. Amy. (leave last week 'with his parents Sunday Brotherhood
They visited points of interest Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Meeting and Breakfast! at .
m (Cratllnburg, Tenn. and spent daughters spent a week vacationing Lewis the church 7:30: a. m. Rev. _
.. several days with Mr. and in he mountains. They Mr. and Mrs Elwood Bob L. Cooper pastor of
. Mrs. Stanley Crosby In Columbia ] went to GatUnburg and other Hesters and daughter of Gain. Morgan Road Chapel, guest

r S. C. places of Interest in Tennessee. esville were recent. guess of speaker. Sunday School 9:43: BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

We are glad to hear that Mrs. Toye Rogers. a. m. Morning Worship, 11 CHURCH CHUKfCII ''CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
Mrs.. Mattle Barry Is i nprov- air and Mrs. J. L. Whittle We are sorry to report that. a. m., sermon "Jesus or Bar- Schedule of services: Sun-
.. ing. Visiting with her last week and eon of Jacksonville were Mrs. Alberta. Stokes was confined abbas. by, the pastor. Sunday School 10:00: a. m., Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond recent guests of Mr. and Mret. to her home for a few, Training Union 6:13.: Even- Morning Worship. 11:00: a. School], 10 a.m. Worship, 11 day School Worship 9:45: 10:45 a. m. Morn-m. Morning Worship\ 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.:

Crews of Jacksonville, and Mr. W. E. Blgham and family. days, due to minor surgery. Ing Worship 7:30: ; sermon, m.. Training Union 7:00: p. a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training I Training Ing Union, 6:45: : a.p. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.:

and Mrs. J. E. Hardy of Mrs. Clyde Hlnton of Verci Visiting with Mrs. Alberta, "Truly, This Was The Son 'm.. Evening Worship, 8:00: p. Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Evening Service 7:45.: Mid Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
. Starka.e Beach was visiting. Mr. ami Stokes and daughter Sunday of God." m.. Stolte pastor. Wed- Thursday Visitation 10a. 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
Allean and Allen Green .have Mrs. G. K. Green and family were Mr. and ,Mrs. Dewey Monday Trustees Meeting Prayer meeting, Wed., 7:30: week Prayer. Service m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev Harvey Lane pas-
returned from Bruton Ohio recently. Stokes and family, Mrs. Hall 5 p.m. RA meeting, p. m.Rev.. Virgil Lovett CHURCH OF GOD nesday, 7:45: p. m tor.

r.._ after spending/! week with' PFC Billy Wood, stationed ,Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fhlpps 6:30.: Deacons Meeting, Pastor. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starka SMYRNA MISSIONARY NEW RIVER BAPTIST ,
their brother and family, Mr. 'I In Arizona wn spending a of Jacksonville! and Mr. a >d Youth Choir Practice, 7 p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST
.. and Mrs. Terrell Green. with his BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST CIIURCII Sunday School, 10 a. m
few days here grand. of Alachua.
Mrs Joe Vickery
Tuesday Helen] Masters Worship Services.. 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Mrs. Troy Jones has bear: mother, Mrs. John McNeil, Mr. and Mrs.\ Jack Vance 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a.
Circle 9:30: a. m., at the BAPTIST CHURCH and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Morning Worship 11 it. m.
r advised that her husband, Troy and attended funeral services and son of Chicago:: 111. were services: Sunday School], 10 Training Union, T p. m. m.1 .
I' church. Ida Darby Circle, at !, 7:30 p. m. Prayer MeetIng : Training Union 6:30: p.m.
R. (Bud) Jones has been promoted for his grandfather, John Mc- recent overnight guests ot I ''School 10 m. a,. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. ning Worship,, 8 p.
Sunday a.
the home ;
of Mrs: E. W. Hayes Friday, 730! p. m.-Rev. Bv.enlng Worship, 7:30:
.. to SPMrs. Jones will Neil Wednesday night service,
Mrs Ethel Russ. 2:30: p. m. Lorena Epperson Morning Worship Service, 11 L. S. Williams, pastor Training Union, 6:15: p m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
w be remembered as Brenda Mrs. Burt Baughman and oi 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. .
We are sorry to learn Union 0:30 Evening Worship, 7
Circle at home of Mrs. a. m. Training : p. m. 7:30. Vernon N. Williamson
Green. She and Infant daughter Grady Rogers of Charleston, VerUe L. Parker, pastor.
the death of Mrs. Joe Wilson, 2:30.: Lottie p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: KEVGSLEY LAKE Everyone welcome .- Elder pastor. .
are making their home herewith S. C. were recent visitors of former resident of
Johns, a I
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Williams
Moon Circle, at the church, p. m. pastor.
her parents, Mr. and Mra. Mr." and (Mrs. J. T. Baas. Brooker. She died at the home BAPTIST CHCKCIk CIIURCII OF CHRIST
7:30: Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30p. :
p.m.Wedinesday BAPTIST
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Roy Green, While her husband; Miss Linda of Tampa
Joyce in Mobile,
of her daughter
m. O. A. Meeting, Wed., Sunday School 9:45 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
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is in Okinawa. Bud Is with the Is spending two weeks herewith Ala. and was burled in Naw Sunday Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
16th LEM Co. In the field of Kathy Prescott Hope Cemetery. Funeral services School Teaohers and Officers 7:30 p. m.: Choir :Rehearsal Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Sunday School, 9:43: : a. !t. a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Meeting, 6:30: p. m. Prayer Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood -' Training Union, ( ::15 p. m.i Communion Service 11 mEvening Union 0:30
Radio ] and a. Training : m.
Relay Carrier. I Wanda Whittle and baby are were held at. the Brooke: MornJng Worship, 11 a. m. p.
Meeting, 7:30.: hunch Choir meeting last Mondayin I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. I
Mrs. Iva Douglas spent a 1 spending I a few weeks with Baptist Church Thursday I Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m., services 8:30.: Evening Service, 7:30: Mid-
Practice, 8:18.Thursday: each month. Rev. David Midweek '
few days with her son and. Wanda's mother-in-law, Mrs. afternoon. I' Prayer Service Choir Practice week: Prayer Service, 7:00:
daugfrter-lni-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs. Whitman, in Land 'O Lakes Mrs. Lawrence Wiggings Visitation, 10a. Medeiros, pastor. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. Wednesday
: < m. Wednesday. Troy
m., and 7 : p. -
: Pete Douglas, near Tampa. Miss Frances Basset of and house guests Charles and p. m. HOPE BAPTIST Jim Rlgdon, pastor. Come, let I(8 p.m.Rev. service: I Johnson
r Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter Jacksonville recently visited Joy Wigglnga and family, aIUBCllj us worship together. Robert D. Burch pastor.\

a were recent dinner quests 'of Mr and Mrs. James Halmark visited relatives in Jacksonville Highway[ 100 *t ThcreMoJSunday J
Mr. and Mrs. Roe Chesser and family last week. were guests of his brotherinlaw I
a oe School 10 a. m. I ___ ___ ,,
: In Alachua. The Bristol family enjoyeda Mrs. Toye Rogers has returned and sister Mr. and Mrs. n I
Morning Worship-11 a. m.
E Among those attending the nice vacation In New York home after a few Harry Faulkner !
weeks visit with relatives] in, Mr. and Mrs. Ralrjth Tillman Training Union-8:30: p. m'

1 'I Donoldsonvllle and Balm:I and children of Tampa-visit Evening: Worship 1:1- An investment in Your Future I IAi1TiEr

BILL POWELL\ REAL ESTATE,bridge, Ga. ed Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward p.m. ; _
last Thursday.Mr.

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'r "two TO of Auburndal] James Dyer Sunday services: Sunday 1] maom ( i it

| Bavless Hiwav of Orlando, and/ Mr. and Mrs. School. 9:45: a. m. Morning hates '
BUY-SELL-TRADE Charles] Davis spent SAtur- Worship 11 a. m. Training I ts.wla.ri.krsra/

day with their father, J. M. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening
..' :J-. CALL:'961-6161 I By Mrs. O. E. Crosby Dyer. They enjoyed a family Service 7:30.: Wednesday

dinner Jn honor of Mr. yer's Prayer Meeting 730 m
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AFTER ]IIRS 533-2018 birthday.Mr. wvda r%aii'a':4: : r{'>1K:itiai}:%J i' ieJ
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and Mrs. Nick Nortonof
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FOR MRS. PADGETTMrs. Mrs. W. C. Ward
0 Sunday
VISIT: 404 W. MADISON ST. Eldon Sapp Mrs. afternoon. Located on Banna .Highway

.r .. STARKE Rudy Sapp, and Mrs. T. N.Norman I Miss Harriet .Faulkner was lSR, aasiat] Raiford Road
e. .. hostesses at a [SR 181. Services
.. were the Sunday dinner guest of : Hund4
.. em FARMS ACREAGE bridal shower honoring Mrs. Mrs. Rudy Sapp., School], 10 a. m. Sunday:
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..::.: Estate Broker. HOMES COMMERCIAL: Elwood Padgett last Friday I We welcome Mr. and Mrs.J. Morning Worship, 11 a. m '
night at the home of the D. Terrell and daughter, Training Union. 6:30: p. m.Evening t
later. Arrangements of sum Jean, to our community. Also Service, 7:30.: Midweek )

mer flowers were used In Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas. Prayer Service, Wednesday -
| decorating the party looms. We are glad to have them 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law

Several games were enjoy and hope they will enjoy living hon, pastor.
REVIVALa I ed during the evening, and here.
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the honoree received many Mr. and Mrs. Barney Egg- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST .
lovely gifts. The hostesses
ers of Jacksonville were sup-
presented her with a club Sunday School. 10 a. m 4
per guests of her parents, Mr.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRAIFORD alumlmum roaster pot. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Fri- Morning Worship 11 .. m
Refreshments were servedby day night. Pre-eervtoes [Booster ban&:

FLA. the hostesses. Mr. arid Mrs. Doyle Kurlln Young People and Pray.*
PERSONALS and children were weekend Service], 6 p. flu Evenln t

Happy birthday to J. M. guests of Mr. and Mrs. How- Worship; 7 p. m." Midweek "
1 Dyer, Harry Faulkner Mrs. ard Brown and Mrs. Neta 3ervloe, Wednesday, 7i30 p

- : AUGUST I Delores Ellxson, and Mrs. Brown. The children remained m.-R v. E>. 1.. Ramsey pas-I

Bernice Kelly. We wish all I for a two weeks visit. tor. I
of :you: many more happy I Mrs.-- j.- L.- Johns was

7-13 i birthdays. ing Mr. and Mrs. E. A. visit-I! I BETUEL BAPTIST CHVBCP I
iI Mr. and Mrs. Raymond at New River last
I I Brown of Worthington afternoon. Sunday School] 10 a. m

I Springs visited J. M. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morning Worship, 11 a. m i There Is a need to look back occasionally to get our bearings for the
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Prayer
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I and Mr. and Mrs: Leroy Nor- ,. i
Marie Elixson of Gainesville man enjoyed a week's stay Wednesday. -* Her. W. I 1 and profitable in the past will often prove to be the same in the days ahead.
at church last Sunday. She at the Brown cottage on Newmans, pastor.
I was the dinner guest of her Sampson Lake last week. CALVARY BAPTIST : Serving God and our country through our churches and through civil and :;

S.. son and daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. L. Johns was visit- I community service has always elevated us as a people and contributed to
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellx ing Mrs. Fronle Moody at Sunday School 10 a. m : 4

son.Mr. New River Monday.Mr. Morning Worship 11 a. m our image as a free and just country. We will not go wrong In adhering to
Everyone and Mrs. Lawrence Le- and Mrs. Fred Johnsof Training Union, 6:30: p. m I
: Roache of Crescent Oa. were Jacksonville were Satur- Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer fig: these practices Attend the church of your choice this Sunday and receive) K;#

i I weekend guests of her parents day guests of the O. E. cros- Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: :'I 3: #
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. #' Inspiration and courage for the future
L1' Welcome i( p. m.-Rev. B a Butler
tiii 1 Ward. bys.The farmers are almost pastor. I
}X4!}?..' 3 tt;. '*. +FKA1.. :3".1 ws'.h1v.w.v..a.7.. s.\1N5V.50> YI), V,!{.*,
Friends of O. L. Lovell will finished with their tobacco :} .Va : 4 }: + va ':a }sC
be interested to know that he now. Mr. Ward. Mr. MADISON STREET
Oasklns BAPTIST I Ih.Own N M'l wMbM oj.wr III Hiil twM lor v<. l1 rtw fciwtfalgi d(Hh Int. tIN 7f1Ii'?_ ..}
has been admitted to the Mr. Crosby< and Mrs. White- (CHURCH
REV. TOM tat mon,untttNn fcmon4 lor,moo ti rnpmd ti HM Im bf hveq Hi t r.WiHiwI "
COLLINS Starke Nursing Home.Mr head are all '
busy grading Opportunities for service: ;: M* imimUof In the Im if M, I M foittniMnl, H mlily w wo'fwwwi tl Mi wiH bnf .
and Mrs. Charles New- and getting ready for the Sunday Sunday School, [I and N*, frfdmi whkh n held M diar will favilablr fviiti. IhtHtoit, wee :
Southern mans and sons of Gainesville market. The price seems to 0:48: a.m. Morning Worship, + fram i MMtft. point, ol tlnr,m tlwoM wppoit MM Oronli lot Ibo uko d 10..Ikr.
Baptist
EvangelistA. attended services at Bayless be up a little! this year 11 ajm. Training Union, 6:15.: .. W tumult mt h*/lomllr. brind Sal, M..w.vap penal ahouw uphold mt farkipali -
1 Hlway last Sunday and were Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Mede- WMU Prayer Circle 7:15.: k In Hw Chunk btiauu H Mill!n.tottl abed mon; Illi,dMIb nd dotty; Nil
R. BRUNER Song Leader :' dinner guests! of his parents Iras and: daughters are Evening Worship, 7:30.: g pb'' tmHt rhwh ek..III| MI fan, ItM It lit*M e iMd W Cod. 4QI Q1 5 r.; 1
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,, Mr. and Mrs. Lois New- spending this week with rela- Wednesday Prayer and\: pa.:: <.!...,Ad..t.r.
.
" REV. JACK STOLTE Pastor I mans. tives In Perry. Rev. Joe Praise Service, 7:30: p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hicks Shadowens txf Green Cove'Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: I J
and children of Jacksonville will fill the pulpit Sunday In Thursday Visitation, 1p.m. I
Rev. Medeiras' absence. I .

Mr. and Mrs.: Otis -Crawford >- ,- .I, This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow-

I and Mrs. Lee Flakes: of .MORGAN lRO\D .,CHAPEL,.
LIVE IN. A
BETTER BUILT
HOME
Gainesville :visited Mr and Sunday Sunday School ing Civic-Minded Business Firms

Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wednesday. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, !
Randolph] Crosby was visiting 11 a. m. Training Union,
M I the Crosbys Friday.Mr. 6:15: p. m. Evening Worship, FAULKNER :BUSH'S STARKE BUILDERS

NEW BRICK HOMESBUILT and Mrs. Bobby Crosby 730.: SINCLAIR SERVICE GULF SERVICE

I and son, and Mrs. Ellxson Wednesday rayer MeetIng SUPPLIES, Inc.P'estnring .
of Oalnesvllle visited1' Mr 7:30 p. m. U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-ups =- Brake Repair
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wed
Ace Hardware
ON YOUR LOT or ACRE nesday night of last week. CHURCH FIRST METHODIST Truck Trailer Wheel Balancing Complete Paint Supplied
STARKE
I j Complete Lubrication Most Complete Line of Bait and Sporting Good

FHA INSPECTED & FINANCED Sunday Church School], Minor\ Tune-ups and Tackle In Bradford '"'CHJqCK.WITH; US FIRST"
I 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
"O" I c THR] CIRCUIT COURT OF 11 a.m.; Snack supper for 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361 219 Washington St. 964-8270
All you have to do to own that 3-bedroom, 1, l-/j or 2-bath home is own I IIIIADPORD COUNTY. MYF; 6:30: p.m.1YF; ;: meetIngs -

your own lot or acre in town or country, and we custom build for you FfoltlnA.CA81S NO. 125 7 p.m.; Evening Worship, Edwards Lawson Meat MarketAND

not prefab or shell our homes are brick veneer, tile baths, hard ood ales MARY. known ELIZA aa &MARY:'MI WILLIS 8 p.m. DOYLE CONNER Grocery &

floors and beautiful birch cabinets, ample closet area. We build fon anyone ,I ELIZABETH Plaintiff WIIXXX, Monday Tuesday -- Circle CIrcle 4 2,,10 3 a.m.p.m.: Insurance Agency Mkt. COLD STORAGEw.

anywhere. Circle S, 10 a.m. Specialize In Custom Slaughtering
B"'O. WILLIS, Wednesday Circle 1 10 S-A-V-E Groceries Meats Cutting & Wrapping
Feeds
i' )
NO DOWN PAYMENT UefunJint.NOTICE) OP SUIT ara.; Circle 3, 10 a.m.; Bible With Your :Mutual Agent Gas & Oil Prepared For Deep FrvraaPHONE

- PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $48.15 MONTHLY i.I TO:known.Whose B. O. WIUJ8.residence Is Uni 7:30 Study: p.m.Thursday and. Prayer Meeting 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. ,/ 964-7089

You are hereby notified that Chancel Choir

We also do Home Improvements, Florida Rooms Bathrooms 'an filed action affalnat for you divorce and ha.you been are Rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Starke "66" Service DeWITT C. JONES

and Room Additions. I hereby required to ...rve a copy
Financing Available. 2 FUNERAL HOMES
Io-t, your written defenaes to It, BILL EDWARDSBrake %
any, on Theron A. Yawn Jr., :'
I Plaintiffs Attorney, whoso ad- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I Starke Ph. 964-6200 ,
FOR FREE INFORMATION & BROCHURE NO OBLIGATION I dre. !. Bradford County Court OF STARKE Service-Wheel Balance OF STARKE, INC. .
WRITE OR CALL I House Starke, Florida and file Keystone Heights -
''the the orlKlnal with the Clerk ot West Weldon St. and Rai- and Alignment U.S. 3.01 NORTHPh.
above atyled Court on or Ph. 473-3176
before. Auitnat 98, 1967, other- ford Roaid.. 612 N. Temple-Ph. 964.7231
Lifetime] Homes Inc.Local wine a judgment may he entered Sunday Services.10:00: a.m. 964-7600 Starke, Fla.

I demanded avalnat'In you the for complaint.the relief Sunday., School: 11:00: a.m.,

WITNESS my hind and the Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m.C. Charley E. Johns Sinclair Refining Co.W. Hurst Shell Service
Peal o-f aald Court at Htarka A. Services; 7:30: p.m. .
Bradford County Representative 'Florida 196T. this Und day of July, Evangelistic Services. Agency L. Thomas Distributor

Bill Powell, 401& W. Madison St., Phone 964.6 t6t CHARLES A. DARBY. Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mid- 131 8. Walnut Ph. 904-5070 GASOLINEBKEROSENB] CARL HURST
Clerk of Said
Court
P.O. Box 333: Ocean way Branch Phone 768-0525 Area Code 901 t Ileulah M. Moody Week Prayer Meeting. GENERAL INSURANCE Fuel Oil and Greases
Pastor
Rev. Green
Deputy Clerk. : George
, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32218 7/27 4t 8/17 Jr. X.b dy But Nobody UndeneOaChartoy I Ph. 91-6249: Hwy. 301 &: 100 Ph. 9S4-S111
B. John Agency IOS 8. Walnut,, 8Urky..UJE .



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00HIIKHIFK'N' S\l.H. j Kxemil UMII.CI ,''m I.i ,<,f cMiiult Griffin !oAnderson Sunday and Monday ute of tcr, sharper photosInexpensive with a unlcameral\ legislature. diluting: representation from\
l Ie li roby II'lv..n thaL I, I ourl of. Duil. : i ,"U"LY. FiorIdpurMuI ..\ itmomt of $ o.4S>> tugethorwith la In Ala'huIGen-I her grandmother, 'Mr.ary: I lens {liters art Many 'legislative veterans the small counties.
.
I P D Re((5 Florida Innuriin KfUoil and h14v0 In myliuKMocHlun
rorclCnunty. v available at earner to the view that the dual
o< "Writ of Iflx- '< (Cniininlil' '' .' Mnililn.,' (Coin' '') the fuUowlnir au a Jacksonville hospital. Mr. !and Mrs, Jack Caac of are
"lIcI by ytrtue "liltlnii. I unit IIOIILII.I u I I 1".,. to : stored for tinder $-i,00. All tltt house system la w Hateful costly
..,utlnn In Wit .MI/Inl/ ilbod pprpnapl," \ property; fly Mm.' Eon: I><>bb," Wednesday "guest, 01fl.. ;Ormond Bruch were Suturdd TilE RIGhT POINT for tile
I I Phone 496-Z6QI:': ) ant Mrs. Earl Dobbo were Mi. ,gucata of relative- name Implicit they filter out and confusing, it was said. way you write. Cumo In sad
and Mrs. Lester Oobba( of some of the harsh glare ol Rep. ICugena Bliaw of StarKoma Milncf YOu. favnrtto ESTKR-
Gainesville and (Mr .imlrr' 1 : .. ,ouol>ted sunlight Tho yellow said that ho would favor
I Warren (Downing and childrenof <\1-2'> adds contrast, and the one-housa system If It BROOK ountalR poo. TKIJQ.
II. There will bo Prayer Moot Live Oak.Woodrew sharpness, .\ red (A) filter could be done without further GRAPH.
!!; ; at Rulford Baptist Church: and.!
: ; $ -I1 I. ing Klttler of Camilla. adds dramatic over-tones;
Saturday at 8:30: p,m. WI! Gvll...Hed his parents, Mran an ultra-violet, (UV) filter lessens
would like all who can to attend the 'bin lull tln.t In a picture I
15-30 minutes to 'ay DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
for pi the woekonU.Mrs. !. Those flltcis" are etipecul-
with us for our revival beginning ; Bfflo Crows of Ja,.Usonvtlle I I ly helpful: to people who own I
/ Moadny.L vlxltcd her sister and. the new automatic cameiaH.! STAKKE: I'HONE 961.6200
,. J. :Mlkell Jr. and sons ofDelJind family tha Willm Carter ', Tho correct shutter! speed, (IH :

visits! relatives hero Thursday and attended a funeral also Important lii marine ph,- I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176

last Thursday. I hero. j togr jphY. Rcmomber, you're
Mr. and Mr. Harold Ynr- Mrs. Tiuby Green amitViiightor shooting action. In almost every' Rental Services
brough and daughters visited .. Mis. F.lolso: % '. case The minimum speed I
her parents, Mr. and Mm. J. StuUIoJ'I. should be 1.200th ot a second I
vetted; rein lives In HOSi'ITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
C. Odom In Glennvlll, UitShplla last week. 1 If your camera isn't that fast,
I'I'1Ifrll.
I who had been vltUlnR! Freddie Cox und ChU.1. | l V you should follow ipani( ) theeubjet.t CRUTCHES
; there returned homo with boat nr water skier. As
V anJ
ron r:ecen\, Joey and
them. Jackie Siipp and 1 Debbie Barn- !I you follow along, snap tlio
.
Mrs. Helen Bennett and /son .. _.. ... photo. This will "freeze" the
WBIU in KBtinviiie oat-
.: and her mother, Mrs Epps of' ..day. By Lynn Hamilton I subject and ,blur the back GETCASHIMMEDIATELY

I Arkansas visited Mr. and MrJ. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lee Evlnrude DealerPHOTO i ground.Group..

rt w..i i V I Karl Dobbs and Beth Friday Hart and family hnd em guest TIP loll '

jfternoon. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Willie no.VTINU 1'AMILIKS Promotes .
Dobbs loft Thursday
I ram Hart and! son. of Eagle Lake
from the numberof
night for several dnys visit Johnstown Cottage Prayer Judging/ One HouseLeghlature
with Mr nnd Mrs. Warren cameras you see aboard
meeting met at the home of .
would think they
'boats
and family In Llvo you
Summer-job savings I Oak.Downing: Mrs. Ocitlc Hart last Tuesday were required 'by tho IT. 8. W $25 TO $600
,
night.! Refret:hments were .
Coast Guard.Obviously
Karl Dohbs and Mr and( :
to
can really add up I Mm. Sonny Starling: of Sand towed Mr. and afterwards Mrs. J E Roan and It out this the Isn't tremendous true, but promote A nonprofit tha concept corporation of a i
D Newman were points '
and B
erson house legislature In one-I
visited relatives in
family
In Jacksonville Wednesday.Karen popularity of boating photog- DO YOU HAVE .
Be right up there in front, man-open aninterestearning Danny and Pam Ellaville, Ga. while on vaca- raphy. Few sports offer the was formed last week Turlington
House Ralph -
bank savings account Register of Lake City visited tion.Mr. same exciting, picture-taking Speaker -Too many payments to make
and :Mrs. Leonard Sapp of Gainesville as pre.detent.cUhwna
here now and add to it every payday, all I their grandparents, !Mr. and! and family of Jacksonville opPol.tunltlclI.Onthewator. photography for a One.louaet.eglstature. -Too many bills to pay? -

summer long! It'll give you a powerfulhead ,Mrs several Earl days Dobbs laat week.and family other visited relatives Mrs. Myrtle here Sapp Sundny.and does present a few special 'chartered by, the Inc. Secretary has been of

start on a spare-cash reserve !iMlss Sheila Yarbroiirfh leftTueday Mrs. Leila Conner of Gainesville problem for the amateur State and will servo as a clear- DO YOU NEED
lifetime that can give you a for the IT. of Flu. shutter bug. To Improve your house for collecting and
a reserve formerly of Ralford attended follow this advice Ing
,
V real freedom of choice of schools, jobs AH where Star she Football will march game( at the funeral.: the Marshall Dobbs from snapshots the Evlnrude News Ser unIcameral distributing/ legislature.information on a EXTRA CASH NOW?

opportunities! Mrs.\ Susie Dobbs and :Mrs, vice. Use a light meter and '
V career Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bran- A push will be made to Incorporate -
Start saving here NOW! Ida Perry are patient In catti of Pennsylvania are wilIng special careful attention lens filters to setting and 'pay the the unIcameral (one'I LET US' HELP YOU WITH YOUR

V I her father, Ode Dobbs and correct' shutter speed. louse) concept Into the proposed ;
MONEY PROBLEMS
other relatives. now state constitution I
I wit lliSt! Chevrolet 'Station' Mr. and Mr Hubert Johnston Water reflects and during the special session now I IIn
II) No. J I13335N2037 Jacksonville visited her' ties sunlight This 'Ii" Intellsl-I on constitutional
Walton of progress We Are Trained To I
46-ll14) are Help
I 1UH7 Iflorldii ninny snapshots
FLORIDA I A> tile priHX'ity. or the. aboveimiu.'d mother, Mis. Alice Cason Bun-I posed !and lark sharpness revision.
Uufuniliiiil, mid that onMundiiv day The 'IH ttlntilnco
theory
I
Iliacorrext
tliu Slit diiy of AnwHt Mr. and oMr!!. Timothy ,Mu- detail. Don t try to guess both housi of the Town finance Co.
'U87!> lit twelve. 0'c.liH.kNoon setting.! Even tho pros
-' "-- -- ': miltl. duv on t thu pr, "',ni' nix and little daughter: paid a aI" now elected on
on la
i. \\BA.'N\.K:; .tr' (S :r ''lf'RltE"(! ; inca. of She Hi'ml ford I'ountv !urprlse vinlt to his aunt Mrs. admit that a light meter rf population therq 1 1"IfIHlnltU'O'1'i 1,8
Jail I will\ offer for "Hie. nnd Gertie Hart Saturday. essential. Take your readingat For more than or \ N. Temple. Ph. 9647449JACKSONVILLE
hlddvr for
null to tha hlghpnt the point of Interest you
FloridaNational Group cn.h In hand tho above dee Mr. and Mrs L. Q. Alvarez If this lant Nebraska. I Is now the only state -
One of 30 Bank of the tfilbtfd. property of aId. defond- and son vlnlted Mr: Alvarez'smother plan to shoot. possl'ble
''Rnt to satisfy. the Afrarowil'lMxttiitlnn find a' subject In similar =
in Gainesville Sunday.Mr.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ]P.. D. Kdill. HliiriffUrndfotd and, -Mrs. Jlmmle Renleyend light oon the I
course
hut over
foolproof
BUSINESS
Count Florida Ban of Erlanger, Ky. were I
-w I 7/87 It 1/17 I of a aeiiHon you will got bet- DIRECTORY




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Frames & Custom framing
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Campers from 8' 20".
.. 11115A Hlamlln Blvd.
V. ? Mobile Homes! 32' 03'
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, Trades Bank Financing
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FOR LANDROVER
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CAMP-OUTS V
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Before leaving, make sure the fire is completely out. Robert* At I OTOJIC YlLKs, : :
minute of 8083Jarksonvllle
We at RAYONIER want you and your family to enjoy every Green Cove Springs 201-0604) Established 1948

these summer months (and especially the picnics you'll be having in our Keep food at a safe temperature. A portable Icebox Is best but Ice ALL MODELS Other Chickening Name Brands& !

areas.) You can make them more enjoyable for everyone by remembering &b cubes dry Ice or commercially prepared metal containers (you can JEEP Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS CONN OROANS

these safety tips. Have a great summer, and don't trust your family'ssafety pre-freeze them) will help. Vehicles! I 831 Park Jacksonville 388-8919

f to I luck I Jeep Wngonecr Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M.
bare hands because a bad burn
Handle dry ice carefully-never use .

When starting your fire, clear I t the area of f all twigs' I leaves or any- O can result. V Jeep Wagon' t'nlver'mals'. I Tues. Wed., Thurs., Fri. PICTURE FRAMES

O Jeep Glndliitor Truck Open Suit'8/ A.M. 6 P.M.
would easily start up.
thing that V Auth rix d Service -
least hour period before going
waiting
i : After eating, allow at a one
V Approved! Part
& Monday
Closed Sunday (
0 Keep the fire small. '"' I In the water. 4 Wheel l>rlve :3 Whr' l lIlrlve SPILLERS'GALLERY

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0 Make sure all matches are put out. t"EMake sure children are well supervised when swimming. -Never- EDDIE BLAND MOTOR! A.; CYCLES

for swimmers well as non-swimmers. 4019 Blending Blvd. Picture Framing Oil
--IV swim alone. This goes as MOTORS Inc.
the fire Is burning.
flammable/ liquid once
o Never use gasoline or any '
: 635 %v. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE Jacksonville 171-8214: Painting Graphic Arts:
tfp) Bring along a first aid kit and know the basics of first! t aid. : 851-7751' '
0 Always watch the fire and have water ready to extinguish sparks. Unframed Pictures

Obey all posted signs in your area. Remember these signs are. Parrish MotQrsflUU.S MUSIC\ 1013 Park St..-In Five Points
when you're
small children away from the fire (and be careful :
0 Keep posted for your safety. i Jax 333-8331:
around it, too!) : I
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I - - - 32 Years:: As A Dealer I p Paulus Band 4 string Music Instruments Co. [I SEWING CENTER


Always Good Used Cars Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers H.&N.
eu Laurie St. Jacksonville I'

I RAYONJEB: : provides free outdoor recreation areas" ill Phone ACADEMY 356-0684 i School Supplies-Instruction SEWING CENTER

BEAUTY C Roberts Recorder) 1967 Singer
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NEAREST RAYONIER WOODLANDS American Music Library-Expert I'
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CONTACT Auto Zig Zag

I REPRESENTATIVE FOR MORt INFORMATION Hairstyling 2epadr Department

Academy 41 W. Monroe St. Like New
21 W. 1IONROEIACKSONVJLLE
GEORGIA: RAYONIER has several locations! set aside 305-9301 Jackson*We 833-8417& Console Model: makea fancy designs
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for enjoyment. You can grill your stitches monograms
Blvd.
your S310 Beach
Wadsworth
RnHw
JESUP. overcasts, sews on buttons,
for the night as our RiversideHairstyling
." 912-427-2083 J steaks or camp) Jacksonville 308-3001 make button holes A blind

guest. Some locations have picnic I stitches. No attachment.. -

KINGSLAND-Ken 9127295694FLORIDA tables, improved boat launching ramps. Academy Demonstrators $64 or $6 per

running water, etc. At the same time 2Q39 PARK MT.JACKSONVILLE /!388-8537. OPTICIAN mo. Call Jo*; .7714830II. .

11 & N. Sewing CU.IESTERN .
you will see how RAYONIER, through I Accredited; -

: modern scientific management of its Qualified Instructors
I
Modern Styling1Monthly -
YULEE-A. J. Jones
woodlands contributes to conserva-
Classes"WTiere .\ S1QnELIITLE;

904-225-5100 tion of our natural resources. Remember I tomorrow' stylists
trained"ELECTRIC
I STARKE-Nealy McConnell! you're Rayonier's guest! a..e '7crtSlOMAL" OPTICAtPrescription '
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BIB riD Blm! 1m "nfl' IIJ L.--I .. LTI1 ., ELKCTBIC Electric: MOTORS! Co.' Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where thing You'll For the Find Horse..Bvery-

ServicedRepaired Artificial Pye< Enthusiast"
Western Clothing Leather-
< GeneratorsStarters Eyewear SpecIall* goods. Saddles, and Trailers
? 1,12.R Alterations
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.yyyyVYVyvIv vVVYVVV.. day School: 0-45: : m m.. Wor- I Sundllv1.t1UnlJ\ ; Mr. t.ee's and) Mrs. FnanJt Cruce, has and olillUren npeut last week duuMUHl!, ArH llfMUb, } < ,n' mini. (rtiiri" the (Ittti* ...t the I k" J IT Ui. true,
ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: ( p. moo mother Mrs. Clemmle Lee.rSatul'day re-enllated in the army and vacationing in Falson N. C. And required. to file any "urt"1 flrit publluatlon of this notice ..d.
LAWTEY\ Choir practice 0:30: p. m., cltnucr guests of left Saturday for duty Mrs. Mrs. Ooolr.by'a brothsriTlawand have or demands uKainit said which.mitai.they!In Each In wl'lng, claim .and or demand meet state mutt tliapin. be :< North::! A PIERCE Temple Av4.
Prayer meeting Wednesday :Mr. ami :Mrs. Carl Prevatt Cruce wll! reside In Staike foe sister i Mr. ana Mrs. Ton o>//flo. or chi uuntv; Judas 111"1 .:*, or reildcnc and poutTl.u Florida
CI
7:30: p. m.Recent were Mm Prevatt's sisters. the present. my Baker of Orlando were Bradford, fnuntv Florida. 'Inthe : adtliiNii" By Enzn Bliuirhard visitors of Mr. and Mrs L. D. Dorman and Mrs. Weekend visitors of Mr.i. Ed weekend visitors. courthouse at Htni'lte, FlorMil. ,and muat be sworn tu by the I
within six oulendar lalmant hi. agent or his attor 7/20 4t 'ItoI
Mrs. O J. Anders were Mrs. Erncat Peevy and son otOcoee Durban were Mr. and Mis Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E.
Vacation Bible School at Anders' sister Mrs. Marian In The afternoon they Jay Boyett and children of Massey Terry and Virginiaand : ::..... I I ..U...... __
the Methodist Churoh will Marrs of Jacksonville Mr. visited their aunt Mrs. Jeff Valdosta, Gn. Mr. and \Irs. W. I Mrs. A. B. Massey spent
Anders' brother-in-law Newt Perry of Hampton who is a 'U Duiiban and children opent last week camping In the ;; : 11:. rI" .
morning
begrln on Tuesday ,. .. ,
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August 15 thru 13 and Tues- Strickland.. daughterinlawof patient In Bradford County Sunday there. mountain of North Carolina 4M: ; < .; <' ',,0/.,} > I $1 .
Hospital. Vernon Duck ha. graduatedfrom and Tennessee. '
day August 22 thru Friday Mrs. Strickland of Tampa I 10,'it '
23.9 to 11 a. m. each day.MI and 'daughter! Mrs. Almira Visiting: the James C. Engineering School at i I 'Miss Mary Ann Motes of> .","' ,4'.. )', : f'\
children are invited to Rice of Orlando. Knight fiumlly are Mr. Knight's Great. Lakes. 111. and Is spending Cocoa spent the weekend with .; < \'
attend. Mrs. Charles Shuford has ,brother and slitter-ln-law Mr. : .his/ 30 days leave with hs! her grandmother Mrs. Ef tie I ." ., ';
ended and Mrs. Charles Knight and parents Mr. and Mrs. T V. Miner. ":; I
CHURCH ACTVITIES visit returned with from her son-ln-.aw an and daughter and his. aunt :Mrs. Duck and sisters Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Clod OoJUbs of jJ. .,4) t7J
Methodist Sund -
Grace .
Lelta Dollttle of Guild Tenn. of the Ducks were Mr. Cocoa spent the Week : i
vacationing ( L
!\} School 9::45 a. m. Worship daughter Dr. and Mrs. John .... .. .
;
and 8 m., Wright and family. Mrs. Mra J M. Oliver of Baldwin and Mrs. W. M' Hughes u 11 a. m. p. visited Mrs. George Roberta daughter' Ellen of Phenix City visiting bill parent Mr. kndMrs. "1- 'I t"JJIr< ,6' .,,
CTrolr' Practice Wednesday 7 Wright accompanied her .f :( "
and Mrs. Elf fie Miner on. $ui'- Ala. Kllen remained for a visit A. D. Dobbs and other I: "''I't; :"" -"-- .. .
..: home and visited Friday t '
p m. f. :, '1o .
day afternoon. this week. rela twes. Other visitors l of the ><:1< \
>Mrst" Baptist Sunday overnight The SI1..1fords'sgrandson Friends of Mrs. Jeaale Mrs. Joyce Futch was a week were Mr. and Mra. Her- : .'z' ta
11 and wife Mr. and
.
School 10 a. m. Worship Wooten of Kingsley Lake will Saturday visitor of Rev. and ley Herring and son of Virginia ,
a. m. and 8 p. m. Training Mrs Charles Tharpe of Cullen regret to learn that she was Mrs. Tommy Hose and familyIn Beach. Mrs. Herring In Mr. [{ '
UnIon 7 p. m Midweek services Va. were Saturday visI I
badly burired when a pressure Gainesville. She also visited and :Mrs.: Dobb's grmnddaugh ,
,
I itors.
Wednesday 8 p. m. cooker exploded when slid was Mrs. W. E. Gault and Cadric tar
The John C. Tye family) Is .
Sunday:
Church of God -
opening it. She is reported Rosier in University MedicalCentet' Mr. and Mrs. Roy GrlffLs
Softool' 10 a. m., Worfhlp 11am. now living In their new trailer Improving in Bradford County were In Jacksonville Sunday Jd,: ; .
and 7:30: p. m.. YPE next door to Mrs. John Doll-
Honpltal. Mr. and .Mrs. Werner where they visited Mrs. Gilf- f" .
Vljanesday! 7-30 p. m. Pray- Shuford.Mr. We are pleased to note that nig and Mrs. Dollnlg'n son and fls' sister Mr.. Oscar Allnian !. iniiiiiniMinilnnmranTmmnMMiiiMiiiiiiMMiMiuniiinfHiiiiTiTnmii *
meeting Friday 7-30: p. m. and Mrs. R. E. Xe and !Mrs. Pauline Torode who la. daughter-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. who Is seriously 111 in St. .. i .
:Highland. Baptist Sun- John were in Enigma Ga. on also a patient there is improv- Edmond Galloway and son of Lukes Hospital. :Mrs.: Altaian

Jacksonville were vlultlng, Mrs. will be remembered as Mary
ing.Mrs.. H. C. Kelly, Mrs. H. E. Dollnlg's broher and stotar-in-: Dloklns daughter of the late 87
Priest and Mrs. George law Mr. and Mrs. Paul DIn- Mr. and Mrs. Penny DII1clns.
Roberts were visiting In Jacksonville klna on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson : -
301 DriveInmow Monday.Mr. Mr and,) Mrs. Leo Dyal, Leo- and grandson Sheldon )
and Mrs. Oscar Carter. nette arJ:) Greig and Mrj R. Rowe of Jaduonvjlle were
Mr. and Mrs.'' Carl Carter. and V. Mosley Sr. attended, the visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C
grandson, Mike Sweat and 1\1\ r. ,1,Dyal family reunion at Gold Pearce, Mr. and! Mrs. Dan ; a( .
BEGINS AT SUNDOWN and Mra.. Jam*i Gnslclns have 'lend Branch State Park on Starling and Mr. 'and Mrs. J ...

ADMISSION : Adults '/5c, Students 60c I returned from a five weeks ,Saturday. Approximately ISO Sebe Harris on Sunday. Mrs. s5t- Iii. AvA s'NCIi !
Children Under 12 Free vacation spent In Fairbanks I ruinlly connections enjoyed the Pearce, Mrs. Starling. and Mrs. .
and Anchoitige, Ahiskn. -TIWUS., FlU., SAT., AUGUST 3, 4, 5 'I Quincy Crucp. sun of Mr Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gnolsby slaters. ;'i ; : WEST ,
Double Feature Program I !Mrs.: Charlla Bowen of Orlando -
-' -

< ., I law and la vUltlng daughter, her Mr. 1'I--tn-t and [ ; ii I I I I i .. ,Tnu iMinniiiiiiimiiiiii l !! ___ _

I M6Mpfl13' : flCflfl FLORIDA THEATRE Mrs.. George Prlv tt.

1.j? W. S. Crews of Jacksonville, tl i =! WEST CASH & CARRY IS CELEBRATING I"
1R \Lffaii'
last with his
i Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00: spent Thursday)
I VAUGHiIESlJMMIII!! Saturday 1:00 parents Mr and Mrs. Pierce j s! BUT YOU GET THE GIFTS! __
'' i it
Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
C1thEllCIANA PAVJUIPANAVPSIONiMETROCO1OR
KARLOFFAOCl O A
BOrnM'BOR ,
I fBJCIA fARR KARl f I Prtngla of Auburndal were \; ;= :::0::
AUGUST; 5
SATURDAY *.
j visitors of the Crows for the ;)';= WE WANT YOU TO CELEBRATE OUR ANNIVERSARY TOO Ee ,

week and visited other friends: ?W=5 so WE'VE GOT BARGAINS GALORE THAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD =

PLUS i and relatives while here.THERESSA. ';!4= TO MISS JOIN IN. AND SAVEIINrAU.c =.
I

I,........."...."...."".".. tH"E =
II = \ [""L.V AND QUICKLY! \UOW G 'AT Toot! '

,The-most WAITED picture of the year! I I m SUSPENDED CEILING TILE _

Hope NT pRSE$
13 ItMLi.L1a I By LIndA Crawford ; 'sa 'xi.' _

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auJtaLU !
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Hop Baptist Church Ji 5 cQR'FOt" : IIM E ':001' _
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Recreation is held each
w IT WILL HAUNT / -. '- % 'IFOalviRi Friday night at the community CE'-ING' % TII-E -.. ( _

house, starting. at 7:30
:
p. -

{ auf1 #A.1ES. c N come m. Everyone and participate.Is Invited to ;:\:..,.a.= Pt..,.itkM. 9/ c' E..C PI "OU.a.T O"ON6., I 12c'I I

I' Sunday School. 10:00: a. l ,= $Q1ARE: F061' .:' 5UAE: oo-r
_
x JittLke. m.; Mornln} Worship 11 a. i J
.. m.; Training Union 6:30: t liTuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiu.ii, I iiiiiiiiiuiiiiiT --. f
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:;i A bIOSSO* .tGUMO 2 TSOUS.A.NC'Y.a. m.: Evening- Worship, : '? /> T; /; //-n-Js 'V- .- _

-. .oi.o coPsaALtV p. m.; Wednesday P'I ;; fi1. ; t.i =f.; ; :: ; n; t j ; _

tt3j Prayer with choir. Servlc practice 7:30: after-p. : .iiiiii i nii, i u $ iiniiiliiiniii, i iiiii I hIll i lll'i' lIillilillll I 1111111 III lIillll hull _______ ,

_
: COlOR by DE LIKE KM..UNITED JUT"? wards.Brother Chet Wombler, of ONLY AT WEST ;.CASH &- CARRY WILL YOU ,. F ?

Jacksonville, will bring the _
morning, and evening messages It: FIND SUCH A SELECTION OF PRICE AND \
:
.. .. ( ',. A MONSTROUS at Hope Baptist 'E QUALITY .:
NIGHTMARI Church 'this Sunday August _
-, -
DECORITE PAINTS MANUFACTURED .
/6. in the absence of Rev. ",. s BY V .NATIONAL GYPSUM CO. \ _
r/ -.4 Merle Pockham. :'f'tr t = :
SUN. MON.\ TUES. WED. AUG. 6 7 8, 9 I = .
-- Sue White. daughter: of -- \'
Mr.. and Mrs. Walter Swin :.=r DECORITE VINYL FLAT PAINT DECORITE 1-COAT LATEX FLAT PAINT SFrmlfol

4 DAYS dell, was a guest at the homeof ".'J,:. =- A high quality' Interior' vinyl'flat p.mt for,the.caflomy _ _ ,,' .1 vHvtt ,....1.. complttoly. ..,,.I... "foil. "Hut' emu tapde =
e 4'' DM Cit!wltn ipolivl I is de" May bt loplioo t I.Ivptoitt S? _
minded far all
'- = ur an interior wall* cC.Iisqs end .
vs.'rsu- Mr and Mrs. J. H. Swln ... ,.. ,, -
Double Feature Program illbMfds' ttitoro) wrttm primed wood or rntt"l.
ba
dell an>d' family of Glenn StMary's ,Axt t= tnmi may, applied aver.ffyptum: ; wallboard.: ' ..9sd .'11_ ml omiousJy' pamled. .. ZZ '
wood
platter er metal AppNe smoothly and caiily ,. ,... ,
",_ I. in 60 raIn or I. Otis hint lit 74 ,
beautilul' "f.nuh rti'a
AZTECIPMUMMY last i laawina you Save.1 you bothtime .. .
week. $ lf r levol'nfl' oocait Z
vecorlie covwiie iunntrd.
I Mrs. Ed!: Klnchen and Mrs. S )._ -'-'--.-' excellent,:and :'a''a'"C::: :::::' :: .and:. hat. D.. ..;.- :: .. clOK,nltr, l 24 Iwrt. MM 1 4 Oyi mil:i :
''I Grace Kent of Cross Creek ':' = 'election' at.........01."'.. Slid OUARANTKO iCt.teS UiC5.A.IIOI' .11 cda't =
GAL. ::
visited Mr. anj Mrs. P. C. E 'UI.IOALI.ON _ TO COVeR $497 -
3DECORITE ONLY >
Mabry Friday. '4 E ONLY : IN ONI COATI S ,
IORtuie.dl..In Mr. and Mrs. Bob Humph,
TAKE TRIP :! )
DRUG flght cry of Fort pierce visited Mr. ,J: PROFESSIONAL DECOHITE LATEX HOUSE PAINT = _
and Mrs. L. K. ChiJds, Sun. t- -
'THROUGH THE $ =: ,, fcuiM' hide ni.. ifi'ikli" ::
CRJZY HOUSE PAINT NM conlroM bntskiklilr" 'u s irara "
SUN. MON.. TUES.. WED. AUG. 6 1. 8, 9 day.Mr. ., ,
and ai F "trim. Den( 10 I pumarfnt low Imlw shiM Miy bo ippM overmr -
Mrs. Johnny Loeb :1"1= (. ) .' An ..._Ic.1 raaaV........ ....... I.,... ...!.'. ,*. wood and m"tl., ltd wnM of Valdosta. Ga. were guest 'ot, l .. AeIiill" II cntori. M l V.
; = a/ I Parfoct fof all aitarlar or"' 'twrlac* ... '7 W 01 im nuwv a tilt '" y =
OTTO PREMINGER, at the home ttz'tr .ha .' .. .hl...'... A ..u....,.. long.'totting _.n' C C load 'for H. construct' ,' whort"" reitduM nwilutt.I l ,iKompfettlyuol '' ',
of .
Mr. and Mrs. ., ... ... =
WEIRDAlClRLC .; = that$ .>alM. > ,.ahlp.nd..iIp." / D.... In 4-, h....., i4 ., ,,, W .ocrl....nwil."..tkrouih. the. .paial. lim.' =
MICHAEL CANE! JANE FONDA L. K. Chllds. Sunday. 4'= dull.fo... 'bI. ?
__ ::
JOHN PHIWP LAW Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry f; run GALLON $L97
'ULL GALLON ONLY
DIAHANN CARROLL entertained Miss Eileen Bul- .:,! OMIT $397 =

ROBERT HOOKS FAYE DUNAWAY cher and Mr. and Mrs. Frank \3i1' = OTHER QUALITY DECORITE PRODUCTS ,
I Hilton and: family of Jack. .== DECORITE PREMIUM HOUSE PAINT _
BURGESS MEREDITH sonvllle. with a cookout andswunmlng ', LATEX SEMI-GLOSS QT.'I .97oAL. 6.3 5 S
J;:E An ..... .Ufa ..... .... _
_ II.
long roady-mlncd all I.
at
'of' their home on ":t _ paint. ....11 ........ w..d .. ",.'.1 aurfac.i .'.",,'
HURRY5UNDOWN Lake Geneva. Saturday.Mr. 1-:.'= .h..... .. .hl...'... D.I.. ..... troo ,In 4* hour*. WHITE ENAMEL. QT. 1.87CM.1 5.97 ::
... .
L1'" 0'' color -
maKrrawiit of
and Mr nuantioji oo .nihlro _
Walter Swin
= _. _
Efir IWIAVISIQIj".1fCIWICOLOA' A IWIAMOUIII AE1fAS( IIIJOOSTQI f llIIAAI_, dell and family, visited Mr. '.i= F4W ;...- WOOD PRIMER . 0 GAL. 5.49 E" ___
and Mrs. Alfred Underwoodand !
family, Sunday ::'5 : fULL OALLON S 579't PRIMER SEALER . GAL. 5.49 =

I ISO ONE DAY ONLY, THURS., AUG. 10 Mr.: and Mrs. O. 'L'eraw., ',,= ONLY
ford and family, visited Mr
;\tf. Students and Adults 90c Admission anj Mrs. Howard Osteen and THE SOLID WOOD PANELING I

Children 60e family at their summer __
,
:
." }, home on Bedford Lake Sat = In 11/16"/ or full %" thick, tongue and grooved, v joint or 55
: LT! urday. :'=: pickwick pattern. Random width boards. Make your selection SZ

; ; DR.BRUNPEtlHI Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- -.E. 1 3i-TUIl, from 55 of the world's most beautiful woods. Thrill to natural =- _
: SHOCKIG i'A ham and family Mr. and relli Ii wood from nature's enchanting forests. Beautify your living =

_: 0 Mrs. Clyde Hall and Mr. and .= ..C+IfTHILi I lHIh/IIt\/! \ room, dining room, game room, bedroom kitchen den or =
UNBELIEVEABi.5"; Mrs.. honored Rodney Hall and family 2 iflThIII 1 U II I lIIIIN\! \ cc.. WEST is the world's largest supplier of SOLID wood SS .
Mr. and Mrs. == ''
TERRY T.ESSEM.rYOLANDA \ Jimmy Kitcn and family 1t paneling. Manufactured in our own mill in Doraville, Ga. EE'

MAciNQj with a "Going Away" sup I == ') 55 VARIETIES OF EXOTIC SOLID == -: _

ANN LINDSAY : per Mr. Rltch Is a resident ."s I WOOD PANELING FROM AROUND THE WORLD E 5 : _

q.opv$3 of Keystone, Heights and Is i 8], 'IIUinilMnillllllllIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIlllinillllllllIlinilII! !]|| |||| J !nilllllMI9llll3IIIIIIMIIMniUMIU! !! !! ;' _
emploYed with
See the Tru.lh' 1"k I Rltch Is being transfered Coop. Mr.to we've:grown to :JaK ",' "' .\ '" r ,

: Palatka. ...IMClUolrlO
''' Rev and Mrs. Merle Pack- 4LOCJIONSiNJ9. STATs'S< |* < 14 |N*> '

ham and family and Mr. and : ._____:J.I .- I i*X i agffie JAfr .O.__COUGH._-Ao)**"t
IHBIIIS1SEXANDTHE Mrs. Bil Combee and family,
of Haines City will 1-av! for
_ their vacation in the Smokey' I 3330 N. Waldo Road-Gainesville-Phone 376-2604 f

-- 0.vrn' Mountains Saturday.Sue WEST] Store Hours: 1Uon.-Fri., 7:30-5:30: Sat., 7::30-4 :00

_ /. I White. Jenny Davis I Ocala 1224 S. Orange Ave.-629-7967 .lucknonvllle 1143 Ilaliwa St-3330671Orlundo
:0' PLUS Bonnie Faye Swindell and t ISO \V. Michigan Ave-211-3444 Jacktionvllle 150 S. YAJ/rt/ Mrs. Walter: Swindell were i-- I Tampa 5306 N. 06th St-820-7181 Pem ocoU
100 Ktt-t; Blount--138-0373
; _
town"said all recently in Gainesville ,
The anybody could caress Mrs.Talbot's pock.>> J
shopping .'' .
Gut only one person I. ,. .'. I <
'., ',.': ', i "
could r.
THE RIGHT POINT for the. :': ; :, ', \ .:, <; .:7er-; : .' : ; -
:1j <
: itthathard..J the way ."u write. Come In When customers.loaveaTwEST; ; :' ;
: HI CHANGES MOM HUMAN TO MONSTIRNI and select I store you can tell .by thot.smile

j TORTURES BEHEADS ICAUTIFUL 6IHIJ! TFRBnOGK your fountain favorite pn.TELEGRAPH. ES-. I that Mj. isd'sati.Ji.d; l.cu,torr.eirt:- And that's .i just what you 'will be

fl EaUENANIlYH I '1,000 DEATHLY THRILLS I I after you've" 'visited-one'.of! : .our many WEST store*!"You' will be

II I I pleased by,our: tremendous* selection: of ,n m.brond'mercha
DEATH L3E ON THE SCREEN '* cOL"JTYfjt-DOB-! '-OtmT. and all at such low) low bel'ie
i IN A0 CO'TfTY.FOR BRADFORD 1 prices ou'li find It hard'to ., '
FLORIDA.
... In r., E.fnt. nf

E-ORUJ1E1S R f S J..DrUlll.Nl1h.SIIIILI1 hWDrlJldll.! FROM WARNER BROS.m/ I Evils of Frankenstein" J...IKPFORIFPIS:F oTirn" nRIPFI5 TO!' ,d.'HEoI'rOIl'.a/k/a...".." SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IK ALLTW

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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STARK FLORIDA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1967



Mr. And Mrs. Wells Services Held Miss Hasty Weds

_. KEYSTONE HILITES NEWS NOTES To Observe 50th a For Mrs. BakerMrs. Robert RedfearnIn Keystone Lions' Horse Show Set ; I


By Jim Fox By Helen Efan Anniversary Sun. ,r Edna Mae Baker, 72, Miami ChurchGrace For Aug. 12 At Lake Point Farm

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wells of died Saturday July 22, at her Methodist Church, In

FELLOWSHIP (CLUB Melrose will be honored guestsat home n Melrose. She was a Miami was the setting for

I The August covered dish a reception from 4 to 6 native and life-long residentof the marriage of Miss Barbara The Keystone Heights Lions should please everyone. The

DUPLICATE BRIDGE of the B-B's hit Kelvin In his' luncheon of the club will be o'clock Sunday afternoon, Melrose, and was a member Lee Hasty to Robert Club will hold their annual donation of $1 will admit

I Winners of the Keystone eye, which could have easily held at 12:30: p.m. in the Ma- August 6, marking: their Golden of the Baptist Church. Stanley Redfearn, son of Horse Show on Saturday, Aug. spectators to all events of bottt

Duplicate Bridge Club meet- resulted in total loss of vis' sonic Hall. Mrs. Ethel Wey- Wedding Anniversary.. Thi Survivors Include her husband Mr. and Mrs. William Hunt- 12, at Lake Point Farm on) shows.

I Ing on July 28 were: .Flyst' ion. However, 'his mother reports man, vice president and program reception will be held at the r C. A. Baker, of Melrose; ley Redfearn of Keystone Highway 21, Just south of The entry fee la $1 per

place with 31 '/ points, Mr. that he Is greatly Improved chairman, has arrangedfor Wells' home on Seminole and three sisters, Mrs. Nora Heights The bride Is the town. horse for each event entered

and Mrs. Ray Starnes; there and that it will be, Myron Prevatt to be the Ridge Road, Melrose Bay. IA F ,; Alexander, Waldo; Mrs. Ida daughter of Mr. and Mrs. This is the yearly event and entries nave been received

was a tie for second place only a matter of rest beforehe guest speaker on the subjectof Hosts on this occasion will f Perry and Mrs. Susie Preston, Wade Hampton Hasty of Miami that enables the Lions to rated from all parts of Flonda, as

with 27 Va points, Mrs. D. E. regains perfect vision. Mr. wills. A cordial Invitation ,be the children, of Mr. and M both of Melroae. funds for their many projectsand well as Georgia, and Virginia.

Hardin and Mrs John Mc- and Mrs. Whisenant and Kelvin is extended to all. Visitors Mrs, Wells: Edmond Wells, of Funeral services were held Rev. Orville H. Ripley performed activities. It has been Contestants will vie for a

Cullough, and Dr. Phil Par- Sunday, July 23, the ceremony beforean growing In popularity each trophy in each class, aa.. wellas

sons and Col. Graham Hut- for your Interest, prospective their table must of Brandon; and Dr Sarah In the Melrose Cemetery with altar of pink carnations, year and is now known as one ribbons for the first! five
provide own
service -
t chlnson; and fourth place, cards' flowers and prayers Lou Mulr\ of Severn Park, Rev James Fink officiating. red candelabra, and of the best of the small horse places.
and beverage. There la roses,
Mrs. the 1 show in this area. The public Is invited by the
Mrs. Joseph, Dey and during Kelvin's stay in
candles. Mrs. Ruth McCook,
an limit of 36 and
age years, Md.Mr.
Arnold Larsen. hospital. and Mrs. Wells were eVVVVYYVVwnmm'yneMELROSE'' '' '' '' Events are scheduled to Lions Club to come to Keystone
The Bridge Club lit Is hoped that a large married In Chattanooga, Tenn. organist and Jim Tllghmansoloist start at 12 noon and 7 p.m., on August 12 and spendthe
Duplicate : Carl Hewitt and Johnny:
crowd will turn out to greet presented a programof ::
1917. resided with the opening of the show day. Food will be available
which is sponsored hy the, Moon returned home last on August 7, They nuptial music.
Mr. Prevatt.
Woman's In Miami( before coming to highlighted Keystone Heights
after
Thursday
; completing A board meeting wall held Melrose to Hive. The bride, given in marriage by the newly formed Clay shows, and those who desire
Club meets every Thursday the summer session at Gordon August 3 at the Larson's Rv ..wnv Bowe by her father wore a Sheriff's Mounted to
mo- Friends are Invited to call -03 --J- County may enjoy a refreshing dip
evening, at 7:38: at the Masonic i Academy, in
Military ,
bile home on Lake Genevafor the reception hours. Hinck floor length empire gown Posse. This will be the first I in Lake Geneva.
Temple. Attendance .Barnesvllle, Ga. during Danny AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAImpUCATE with chapel train of silk organza .
the purpose of planning! local appearance of this new The events are open to alt.
has been very good during Mr. and Mrs. Ed Th unman fall programs for the club. To. Get Eagle BRIDGE over pens de tole. The group, and will provide a i,with both English) ant, Western .
the sursmer months, and it and daughters of Hollywood short sleeved bodice wan. embroidered
colorful istart for the shows, I type classes, barrel races,,
As the Fellowship Club 1 Is Winners last week of the
is hoped that summer visitors Scout Award
were recent guests of Mrs.Turman's selections.The with seed pearls.
as the riders present the colors three and five-gulled classes
these the outgrowth of the Keystone for Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club
will continue to attend final opportunity
brother-in-law and of
She wore a single strand .
and dr1l1.Following and even a costume claaj.
Heights AAIRP Chapter were: 1st place, Mrs. R P.
cessions.: sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keystone folks to meet and pearls and! carried a cascadeof will ,be 25 classes Lake Point Farm la the
Daniel
M. Hinck Goodloe and
NEWS founded In 1964. members of family son of Mr. Mrs. E. P. close;
4-II CLUB Ketch and family, of Lake- the club, and the many non.m"mbers hear Rev. Mydske and and (Mrs Charles H. Hinck of 2nd, Mrs. Emery Cooper and white bridal roses centered of events, with a variety that place. August 12 la the date.
i Mrs. Ernest Tomes has announced view Drive. Roxanne Ketch' will be Saturday night, Aug. with a white orchid. Her
: that there will be a"OetAcquainted" returned with the Turmana who belong to the S, at ,the chapel, and at Sun- Keystone Heights will receive Mrs. R. P. Vogh; 3rd, Mrs. elbow-length veil was attached -
AARP National Association, the Eagle. Scout Award In !Mary Cook and Miss Iva HU1-
and
4-H picnicon for a two-week visit. day services 11 a. m. ceremonies at the aloneHeights and Mrs. to a petal cluster. 1-"I''I''I''I''I''I''I''I'y''l''I''I''' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' ''..... transportation. Well foiku are
Key day
yer; Livingston
are advised of the death of
Saturday Aug. 5, at Mrs. Lucius Thomas of 7:30: p. m. The family will Community Church and Mrs. Ray Starnes tied. I Mrs. James Hicks of West you ready for It. here 16
,
Dr. Ethel P. Andrus
founder
Spring Park in Green Cove Pensacola was also a recent leave for Lima Peru next educational building at 8 BAPTIST CHURCH Palm Beach served aa matron INDIAN comes I On his way back to
BEACH
p.m.
and the I
president of twin
Springs The picnic. is scheduled associations
at the Arthur Keach week.
guest
I 0 Retired Teachers Wednesday, Aug. 2. Rev Charles Peterson, DIrector of honor wearing an Indian Beach about three
foo3 p. m. Students home. Mrs. Thomas is Mrs. PERSONALSMrs. Danny was born the of Promotion for the empire gown of pink chiffon (Late fcwte F.) miles the other side cf Keystone *
and Island
Retired Persons. Dr. on -
between the ages of 10 and Ketch's Ketch Nettle Smith has returned
mother Mrs. taffeta.
of Okinawa Florida Baptist Convention, of over She carried a the car went dead. Ha
19, who might be interested and her Andrus died on July 13 In a an extended where he Michael H.
son Lester accomp- from started his Jacksonville, will be guest cascade of happiness roses BYI OhtttyPh. later discovered! that the oil
in joining the a.oclatlon.are : hospital In Long Beach, friends in her former -' Sooutlnaeareer as 470S171AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ '
anied)! Mrs. Thomas to Pen Calif. visit with a Cub. He moved with his speaker in the Sunday mom"Ing and pink miniature carna pump had quit working, and
encouraged to attend this sacola for Ketch following an apparent home Clifton Gorge, Va.
a visit. Mrs. ,
I he has burnt
family to Keystone Height and night service, in the now a up engine
heart attack. At the time of tions.Wearing
outing. Parents also Invited Tlson has recovered -
are
reports that they enjoyed I Mrs. Emily Identical ,
her death In 1960 and became a memberof absence of Rev. Fink who is gowns (Now Papa's gonna
to attend. Each person playing golf daily, during she maintained a from a back Injury "Howdy Podnuhs." "This
Troop 109 In. 1962. He has away on vacation. the bridesmaids were :Ilss spank, Poor SldJ. I'm sorry to
is asked to bring a picnic their visit there. home in Long Beach, whichis end Is touring northward to held many offices in Troop The following Sunday. Omar Cheryl Albertson of Miami here's your ole rootln'-tootln', say. I'm afraid this may '.be
the
supper and the necessary After returning from of both western headquarters Expo 67 In Montreal. Can- including: Patrol Leader. Senior Huff, a layman in the church, and Miss Judith Baines of ilgh-fllootlng rollingre the last episode of the story.
which
utensils Hollywood, Roxanne Ketch organizations ada. On her return trip she Patrol Leader, and .is will 'have. charge of he mornIng Washington, D. C. porter with the news. Sid, Joyce and Bobby Forbesare
she presently
If It is necessary for you left for a visit with Angel headed. she was 82 yearsof will spend some time in her Junior Assistant Scoutmaster service. The evening ser- Serving as best man was This Is bad when r haveto returning to Jacksonville

to receive additional information -, Eagerton. at her cottage In age.PARK. native home state of Ken vice will feature a musical Raymond Crabtree of Jack do a public service. on a Saturday [the 51] after thor

concerning this outingor l Fernandina Beach. OF THE PALMS tucky. He has been honored his festival, under the direction of sonville. Ushers were Michael Monday morning after a big oughly enjoying a two week

other matters related! to Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red Rev. and Mrs. Norman Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Titus classmates at by Mrs. Josephine Reed. Featuredwill Redfearn. brother of the weekend. In the first place, vacation at beautiful Indian

the 4-H Club please contact ''feam. Jr., Mr. and Mrs Hunt- Mydske. director and missionary returned recently from an ,Heights School by being Keystone elect be the Junior and Senior bridegroom, of Miami and I! can't think straight much Beach. They said, that -they)

Mrs. Ernest Tomes, at' 473- ley Redfearn Sr., and Ray pastor of the Radio extended vacation tour of ed to the post of class president l- Choir, quartets, and solos.A Charles Hasty, brother of the less see straight. So, if I have realy enjoyed their vacation -

4689. |* Crabtree were In Miami last Del PacUico In Lima. Peru, several weeks. four out of the peat five going away social was bride.A make mistakes yoo'll have to insplte of car troubles.My .

HERE 'N THERE weekend attending the Red- and their four daughters are Mr. and Mrs. Francis Egan years. He is a member of the held at the church for Mr. and reception followed in the execuze me. uncle, Alfred Hudson
Mrs. Qlrard Evaahavlk and 'fearn-Haaty wedding. on their last week of a year's Mrs Wm. A. McLaughlin, following social hall of the church.
Well
were dinner guests of Mrs Beta Club plays In a \dance folks, this Is the has been visiting us off and
children returned to their Howard Gallon young son sabbatical in the United Harlow Fuller last Monday band, and Is a member of the services Sunday night. After a wedding trip to latest episode of the "Sid on for the past two weeks.
home in Pittsburgh, Pa. after of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ca ion of States. SCHOOL NEWS
evening. varsity football team. Nassau the couple. returnedto Forbes Sob Story." If you Like the Forbes', he has teem

a three-week visit with Carol's Lake Brooklyn Is a patientat This musical family pre- CHURCH NOTES Black will receive the Eagle Melrose High Principal a. Valdosta Ga., where both read my column last week, as enjoying fishing of the dock.

parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. St. Vincent's Hospital in sented a program of sacred The Community Church award from Scoutmaster Steve W. Parsons has announced are teachers. I left you, Sid's Valiant had They have ,been biting pretty
Ty Oartoer." of Nelson's Point. Jacksonville. He ___..___ .__
was Injured music at the that hie slatof t ,, been
Kelvin Whisenant of new chapel in Board of Trustees will hold Moore, who will be aaalsced: In "'""""v "O 4VTI I I wrecked, stolen stripped good late in. the afternoon.
son recently in a skllnaaccident., Park of The Palms cn July their monthly meeting at the ceremonies .by Dr. Pharea the coming year is now com- and burned. Since poor Uncle,, Alfred will be staying

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck A. Whis which occurred in front of 29. Mrs. Mydske la the 8:30: p. m. Friday. Aug. 4. Decker, Alachua! District' Advancement plete. New teachers will be: English; John Plcfclealmer, Sidney had to drive back and with me while my mother

enant considers himself a his home. He is improving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Walz. Missionary Chairman, and 'Mrs. Ira James, elementary; physical education, aortal forth to Jacksonville, from visits my great-grandmother

very fortunate person :after dally, but would still enjoy Henry Fluegge, well known Chairman of the George' King, District Scout Mrs. Grace Barbot, music; studies, and basketball coach; Indian :,Beach, to have heat Mrs. H. IC..Chitty of Botufay.
.being involved in a freak accident receiving from his
cards
local musicians, who also Church Women, asks mem- Executive. The ceremonies are Bobby HOwell, Agriculture; and Donald William, a recent treatments for his back, he who Is having an eye operation -
with B-B One ,
a [Continued
Tim m next page] contributed organ and piano [Continue** On Nov t Pagel) open to the !public. Mrs. Robin Worley; math and graduate of Melrose< School, borrowed his. father's 61 Oldsmobile this week in(1alnesv111aflontinued

-- _.7.:.;... .., science; Mrs Jean. Herring, [Continued on next P->- -l I ; so he would have I '
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BUSINESS REVIEW I





Superior Bu-Tee SalonAt .. S. E. McKay, RealtorThe .'


Superior Bu-Tee Salon, they make It a point to make T

you comfortable, while they make you ''beautiful. Here In al '- Real Estate activity of S. E. !McKay benefits every-
-1 one In this area. The efforts of Mr. McKay and his
conditioned surroundings, you enjoy the beat In beauty care have associates trra, ,'* +
brought and
still
by expert hands. are bringing many new people to
live In this area. New people mean new customers for
They feature complete our
beauty care with Individual styling -
.
hops and stores, restaurants and service
cutting and tinting. All work is performed by trained, stations, as well
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc. Helping 26,000 efficient operators who treat each customer as an Individual as new. friends and neighbors for ourselves, and playmates
live better electrically. fef OUr' children. Everyone !benefits from .
growth.S.
always striving to
emphasize those points that make one
Individual different from another. E. McKay operates ..the oldest Real Estate firm in The doorway to Financial Service ,

Clay Electric CooperativeWhen There is so much happening in the beauty field (today point 'of' continuous service In our community, and the most Keystone State BankWhere

that it takes real effort to keep up with the latest. At active ,one. Mr. McKay la Joined 'by !Mrs. Melba Ilgen and

Capt. R.T.. Lovorn.
Ed Wiggins of Keystone Heights established his Superior Bu-Tee they make this effort so that their customers
your 'bank Is an Important matter and should be
central power station in 1924 he could hardly have Imaginedthat have the most up to date styles and methods possible If you have property to sell, (Mr. McKay and associates given serious consideration. It Is one of the first questions ""

someday the system would serve 26,000 families yet A new hair style or color, or tooth, can do wonder. for: a.woman's '. hnve: : oon. act, with qualified buyers. On the other hand, ifyou.want Milked In any new situation such aa credit applications, club

personality. Many report they have been -. rt to buy you will find their large and
such Is the case today. Keystone Heights began to and given a complete '
grow membership applications
,
: -.,.listings Offer employment applications, lease contracts
,
completely new outlook on life a splendid choice.
the demand for electric
increased. _
power In 1937 'expansion ; just about any new relationship, business or social.In .
capital became necessary. Taking all factors into consideration Before taking this important step, however, you would Here too, they can help you arrange financing to suit choosing a bank for your business you should use the

such the be wine. to consult with the beauty experts at Superior Bu-Tce your needs, either through FHA, VA ..
as geographical features of Clay County, I lib or conventional sources. same Judgment and care you would in choosing a friend Some''"
who will be glad to share their knowledge and experience'with The buying and selling of Real Estate
potential for residential, industrial, and resort development, Involves many factors of the questions you should ask are these: Are the officers

and the best ultimate arrangement for the most people, Mr. you to make certain you choose the style that will do. the with which the average Individual Is not qualified to deal. of this bank friendly and accessible? Does this bank have '

Wiggins arranged for the formation of a Rural Electric Cooperative most for you.A That 'Is one of the many reasons why the services of S. E. varied services Can. I have my checking account her M wellas

< hence came Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc., woman's appearance is her most valuable axaet. so It McKay and associates are so important. All details. of real my savings account Is my money available to me instantly....
December 9 makes good sense to take care of it. estate transfer are handled with routine
1937.
efficiency
by compe- when I want It? Can I obtain a loan here for any good burl
The wisdom of that decision to apparent today as this At Superior Bu-Tee ,too, you will find the staff more than tent ''people at the :McKay office on, (Lawrence Blvd. in Key- ness or personal reason? Do they have safety deposit boxes?
generous with advice and tips on home beauty care between 'stone Heights.
member-owned member-controlled facility serves'an' ever .Increasing J When you ibank at the Keystone State Bank your answerto :
number of people with low', visits. Call them. at 473-4530 and make an appointment witha Appraisal service Is offered
efficient cost' electric too. Mr. McKay Is a senior all these questions will be yes.

power, and playi a vital role In ,the progress and 'developmentof lovlier you. member of the Society '0( Residential Appraisers.. But perhaps the most Important feature on banking here

our community, The Cooperative has grown until.! at present Gatorbone Beaches, the thirty-fifth sub-division handled is that you are In touch with people well versed in all financial .

.it serves 26,000 members from its main office, at'Keyst n. Belote Drugs ''by the',McKay office: is now open for your inspection. matters who are willing to help you In any way they ""

Heights and district offices at Palatka Orange-Park., Gainesville can. You enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing

and Lake City j The old saying Is that you can't be all things to all all your money matters are in good hands. .,

E. T. Martin, General" Manager, stated ithat the objectives people and this may be true; however Belote's Drugs comes Cunningham's Gulf Service The Keystone State Bank on Lawrence Boulevard in

of Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc. are "To render .adequate clone to it for shoppers. in the Keystone Heights area. Keystone Heights Is waiting to serve you. Drop In and gt, ,

and dependable service at lowest possible. cost consistent. with At Belote's ,they are always conscious of their primary As your" second largest investment acquainted .or call 473-4933' for a friendly answer to ;your
your car deserves the
und
engineering, operating and business practices
to those
,
responsibility which is the careful compounding of your prescription best 6f- ; and questions.
residing within. the Cooperative boundaries. care ,,Cunningham's Gulf Service Station Is prepared
t 'exactly as your doctor ordered It. They take this to give Your car the care it deserves
Keystone Heights well may ; ,
responsibility at Belote's
seriously and it is their determination
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc to maintain and improve the standards Cunningham's. Gulf Service traditionally high
..' and managed by his brother Warren with able and ex-
In this department. When we refuse to refill a prescriptionIt
,r perienced assistants Terry DeWitt, Clyde Byrd and Donald The Blue Pines Bar on Rte. 100 south of KeystoneHeights ::
W. W. Cox Contractor I is only -that we have to conform to recently passed legislation -
L'I I that requires this. Ilgen., Is In business for your pleasure, providing good

1, *' i But also When. you go to Cunningham' they do more than Just things to eat and drink in a congenial atmosphere.You .
they provide a wonderful of merchandisefor
variety
W. W. Cox of Lake Geneva ''
provides construction Into always receive a friendly welcome here.
shopping pump gas your tank and check your oil. They are car
service for everyone. If you want to build.a new.borne he your pleasure. You may spend hours browsing, care experts. Every time they check your oil their experienced Whether you have Just a few minutes! to spend, an hour.or v .
the wide .
through assortment of
gifts, notions ,
stationery
will be glad to consult with you on your plans! .or. provide housewares eye goes over the vital points under the hood to detect any the entire evening' you will find pleasant relaxation at

plans of his own for you' to select from. It makes no. difference other items, in appliances an atmosphere, books,that periodicals has been, and many many sips of wear. When they find these signs they bring themto the Blue Pln .. Your favorite drink or cocktail i la expertly roe

whether you want a small summer cottage, or the moot carefully plannedto your attention so'that they may be taken care of before mixed and blended for you by people who really know how.
make ,
your shopping pleasant. If to be out of
we seem
laborate home or" commercial building, W. W. Cox, Is well serious trouble develops. A worn fan belt leaky hose connection Good music is provided for your dancing pleasure or for _,
the merchandise_ you wish, please let us know and we can
qualified to do the Job. oil listening. if prefer to sit It out..
have It for the 'or, drip, can mean serious trouble ahead for you you
But that Is only part of the service. W. W Cox offers. you by following day.Belote's If not detected in time Perhaps the most attractive ,feature of the. Blue Pine

Many people find that the home they are living also carries a line of medical and surgical sup- of friendliness that there. Here
prevails
;. If fodayis plies. Tour 'safety, comfort and convenience depend on such Is the atmosphere :
too small, or lacks some of ,the modern
conveniences. Yet are a stranger only once
Last but not least it is service e4'OUnn1n.gham'. offers It coats no more in the first you
one of the best restaurants -
they hate to move from the old familiar line of
neighborhood. Hereis They also feature a complete package good for
around. You get quick friendly service and Inexpensivemeals place, and pays big dividends in 'better car performance and
tasty
where W. W. Cox can really help. He can add a room or you to take home and enjoy.
from varied ,durability.
a menu.That's
two, modernize bath or kitchen, and give your home .ever, Anytime, you have some time to spend and want to spend, ..
why Belote's Drugs Is such You It .. never too late or too soon to give car the best
your
modern while a popular place.
convenience
retaining all the old charm. K In good company enjoying good food and drink. In a most
can get almost, anything there Including); pleasant cheerful of care.: Start right now, the very next ,time you need gas
And, if home needs
your repairs to roof, stdewalls, or convivial atmosphere go to the Blue Pines and Join the fun. a
W, W. Cox advice and service' whether your 'needs are large or small. at Cunningham's and notice how much more you enjoy there.And
otter, can put it into first; class condition and You will find a friendly welcome .

guarantee), your satisfaction. And almost any time ;you go to Belote's you'll find manyof driving. We also give S&H Green Stamps. If you get into best of all, you can afford the fun at the Blue Pines'' _.
your friends already there. Telephone BeloW'sDrugs. trouble on. the road call 473-3279 and Cunningham's will get
473-4707
for
Call W. W Cox at 473-4931.
He
will be glad to discuss out as they feature most reasonable prices too. Stop la very soon

any home building or remodelling- problem.with you ..- you They are waiting for you at the Blue Pine* .
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I !:- FOURTEEN nn.tnfronn cntnriv: Titi.rtrtrtAfif' to."l'Rt\t, FttMtt __Tflt'R_ !lO.\_ .'". AUOUST 3, 'l)87)


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mans of New JohnsonV'llJel' have returned from a two- I(Mr. and :Mrs. Dock Tison. 2Ubanit ( of Jll\ek.sonvU% m. (imrseY? Own ChttrtaV\ \' f tho rdrBHtiniTfo Ot fit*'m""row..e Bradford, County Florida B.ullo..1, ,. County. I'lorida 7/27 tI 8/17

KEYSTONE Tenn., were recent guests at 'w<'t-lt ,vacation in tate Smoky Mrs. Eugene Bnpp and wei' Sunday visitors of the School 9:30: ajn. "H ly -Bucharlflt oncutnbarln. the Drooerty I By: JBeulah: M, Muody!
[dtucrlbod na tf'loWn e : vepuly Clerk
the Carl Hewitt home. The I Mountain "Enroute hoftis ehMdrett firo spending a fv "Lticky" Lutgens. The Eu- 8 a.m. each Sunday Lot rirtt.n. VBJock One.SAFIATUUA I 1/2U I 8/10 IN TUB COUNTY .JUDGE'S

1 HIL1TES two families were neighbors they visited friends and relatives weeks with her mother Mrs. banks were neighbors of the Evening Prayer, 7:30 p.m. JIE1UHT3. Unit COURT 01" BRAD1WIID

prior to the Hewitts move to in Greenville Ala. Hattie McElveen, In Blunter, LUKffnS:; JacKibnvllle.. each Sunday. ETVC, 6:30: p.m. One.th<"roof: according rsoorUod to In plat Pint\ : COURT IN \'PBOUATa OP BRADFORD NO.__....__

Keystone.Col. AMERICAN LEGION POSt S. Hook I Pe *4 of Ul. ....
each Sunday. SAMS! IN: niaKatate-
C.Mr. Sorry to hear that Jack :\ATtt-fl 61 IIEI)IFF"f
'From preceedlng Page] 1. Gay Livingston of the WILL MEET TONG liT and Mrs. Foul King are Miller had to go in the hospital Dally offices of Morning lit County rucnrdtt Florida.TOOSTHER of. Urudford Notice ia lioiebylven .that ofIHradford I, of WILLIAM M. SAFP.

I Army Reserve 499th ( unrter- Members of American Legion -visiting Mr. King's relatives In Monday evening and and'Evening Prayer 8:00: a.m. WITH all fixture P. D. Reddish Sheriff PlorWu' 050.5 smiti.
County'
ma13t friends We hope that mAster Battalion, has returned Post 202 will meet tonight South Carolina have his foot operated on. and 9:00: p.m. attached llit8 Or uioit' In oonnw-) uhilnr nnd by vlrttiu lIt> writ of xoTirn .TO cnEnrronnAll having! claims

he will be home soon. I to his home on Nelson's I Thursday 1 at 8 o'- Air. and Mrs. J, L. Price The Lion pranlriea, lit- Hxeulltlon to Wit! ciailltori the estate
doctor x-rayed it and eluding the following: out of SmallClaims or doiniinfla' ligrnlnxt
Execution laaued
Mrs. and Mrs. John WaM- Point after completing a clock in the Clay Electric Jr. and family are spending founr one of the barbs from Lutheran fi,0io() HTD Coleman: apace Court of Bradford. County. of Wlllani M. !;I1PP. the above
two-week training !session at conference room. Commander theit vacation visiting near Lutheran Church]) of Key- hHt<*rKltciun Florida" pursuant. to a Final, namoil" the sting-ray in his toot. H* Order of Ad-
Exnnnvr Fan that an
I, wl ni.tiri.-il'
Ft. Hlnesvllle, 3a. Atlanta On. and Columbus. '' Judgment for E. it. &
Stewart. Hutchison all tone Heights Vicar Richard iMilry has
Graham urges operated: on it under fluro- : Vtnutlun Blind Timber Sturke Florida mlnlatratlnn unn(c
Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan Rev. and Mrs. James Fink I Hand and the enteraU bv the Honorable
members and prospective scope and scraped the bone. Meyer minister. I WITNESS my and a..alii.t P and sons. Hank and: Peter and family left Monday to neal of acid Court at Starke, dofvndant. In the amount of Thertm A. Yawn. County
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS members to attend. Jack returned home Thursday Divine worship Sunday 11 of that the total cash.
Florida, this 90 day July with costs of JiKlve., ; and
weeks I400.ua together
returned from visit with upend two vacationing I Ie l ..
a but will be going back a. m. Holy Communion 2nd A.]). 1987.lHAHLKS. collection. valiuof an. Id estate I. a
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. In the SmokCy! Mountains. i In Five Thousand Dollars
than
I forth : A, DARBY Have eelaed and have my
and
to Palatka for treatment each month.
of of
Sunday exclusive prop.
Morgan of Baytovrn. Texas. Mrs1. Susie Confalone and Clnik of the Circuit Court piMMeeiilon I the following dunorl'jed (f5.00u.OO
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Services held each Sundayat UV Bmilulk M Moody personal property to .rty under lh. Constitution
NEWS NOTES
Sons left Thursdny for Japan .
last week. The two men arebrothel'S. mind! Statutes. of the state ot
& after a month's visit with Mr. I Shea and sons, Mr. and Mrs. St. Anne's Episcopal) HEAL Deputy) ClerkCOIlWr Wit: Fliirldn; nml all creditors of

: Mr. and Mrs. Walter "nnd, MI's. B. R. Kelley and Bill Beltz and Mr. and Mrs. Church: Keystone Jelghts. ((A copy I or the complaint filedlurclii 1907. cGfiaruivusis Chevrolet Trunk Till **inNO. ". mild Htatr. ure tl.file. '"bY notified claim.
I John Crivey. and children all Flit la attached, to the copyof and rctiHlrfd to any
friends and relatives. In thi4 4SCV-17S/;
of Wilmington. DeL Prom Precedlrir' Pallrel denmndH which they may
Haugh thIs. notice which la mailedto the above. o-r
of Gainesville of
I were lilting 1 Ait the \property saul estate In the
are visiting with their nephew iflea.1Mm.\ each defendant. for whom a .and that on httvi- airiiliiHt
named defendant
bets to save all trading stamp* (\ H. '1'. Smith last. the Millers Saturday. Allor --BapUd r.ldllnce morn specific than a of Au ruiit office :'f tue :County: Judge:: ofI
MELROSE and family, lnand spent Worship service : Sunday i given In Mundav, the ZUt day I -a.Jfc.rd; : (.Viinty, I Florida, I In
I the Bartons went down for a mate or country was twelve o'clock
[S 4 H TV. Merchants. and Week In Bella-view visiting, Mr. filed herein 1097 at the Courthouse at Starke.lrl.rI'io .
I Mrs. Bill Morgan.Mr. 11, 7:30 m. [nursery : the worn itatomcnt Noon mild day' on the prvinlate -
visit and a. m.. : p. on
stayed to sing Happy within sIX ((6)) calendarmimtliK
and Mrs. Ed Maher. Fluid 1 as they did five years and Mrs. C. F. Smith. Mrs. I by\ the plaintiff hl. Birrfnt! 01'I of th" Hrndforil, County the
I the date of
afro to ]purchase: a new! station Smith/ also bud a houseful Of Birthday to T. C., who open). attorney: ) Jail. T will offei" for sale. and from <>f this notlue.BITOU .
of Jacksonvile implication
Jr. and children. -
I 4t
8/17 flrat
wagon tot the Migrant\ for the weekend. Included was 15 on Sunday. Happy Sunday School 9:45: a. m. 7/27 sell ti.,. time highest bldili-r, for ,
company .
Virginia Supp,
DUSINESSDIRECTORY Mrs. Ed Maher fir.! of : cash In hnnd. thd aboxde' -
I Pittsburgh Pa. Dr. Albert Ministry Of Florida.( were her son and I family -: Birthday, T. C.l Sunday Mr. (nursery open). Traliatec Uno rlbed property "tfsaid .,'fendau t-elltltint-r. and aurvlv-
.
Mrs. Janet Hayner wa Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smithof and Mrs. Max Harper of Ion. 8:30: ( p. m. (meraery ope.11 I to satisfy the aforesaid lag spouse.
of Jacksonville Mrs. 1/31 tt 8/17
I ; Rellly, soloist at the Community Starke;, grartdson\ Mr. and Oadnesvlle, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Lawrence Carroll, Ift THW: CiRcuiT COURT Of Hxerutldn. I
Loin Lyon ot Starke, >tr. and FLORIDA., EIGHTH JU1>tCl.L P. D. Reddish. Sheriff
Ernest Tanner of Jim
Mrs. Keith Cheshire of Ala. Starke tnP. .
Mrs. Ralph Naples Mr.' and' Church: morning worships CIK<'UIT. IN ANT: > VOKUKADFOHD -
'1 \' last Sunday. She and uhua; daughter, Mra. Cole Joiner of Gainesville, Mrs. COUNTY
.Mrs. Everett' Fox. Mr. and her aunt Mrs. Madeline Cheshire and son, of Fom- Geneva Johnson of Waldo. 1* TUB: CIRCUIT COURT IN IMVUKCE Il> OTHttttRKI.IEP : Serving Florida
I Mrs. Ty Oarber Davdl Loper. AND FOR IWADFORU, COUNTV. ': :
BEAUTY SHOP Harriet Harper and Jim Fox Blakefr>. are enjoying their pano Enoch and Mm.' TechlaMcGrlff. I and grandchildren Scott and FDOItlDAriVII. I LINDA flAIL HO UN. Since 1930

1 hew mobile home, located on Ann Alvarez of Charleston ,\("1'10:001"141: I NO, 100WATKRHI'KV Plaintiff.liAWKKWB I
were Sunday afternoon Kenneth Oiitherio and Carolyn S. C. and Peggy and Coburn SAVlN'Ga UA..IK. .- (1M S Uno
KEYSTONE guests of Herbert A Nelson Half Moon Lake, near the M. a corporation.Plaintiff.. OILB1SHT HORN tg dV .
Tiscm<< visited Mr.. and'Mrs. Raines of Oalnesvlle were Defendant.
eodl1'8.
BEAUTY SHOP at his Lake Geneva Lome. A. SClu' Stephen Toothachei1 in Galnes* I visiting' the Millers. Vanaani' TO: LAVVKKNC13! C1ILBI3HT1IORM : I ..........,. .. .....
Mr. and Mrs. Joe'TOmes, of :Mrs. Harlow Fuller WeehOnored BHWARD MoWSOD un- \,\
Dee Morris is cat Ion
vllle Inst week. on MI
Erttth Johnnon.; Ovmor" Clara City. Minn.. el-e visiting with a birthday mu'rl..dIANNlJoJ 11AUK McUdOU,; Apartment" !>-I:!
Personal Mrs. Bessie DInklns of Valdoata this week, and is trying to IJOUOLA$. formerly knoWn as 10,11) Suott Boulevard I
Mr. and Mrs. Erttest luncheon following The, the recently catch some bass Betty's ANNtK MAUD Mtl.UOli, And Jiecutur, Onotgin l Cordially
day
A Creative Tomesor Lake 'Geneva. 'Mdrnlnsr PI'ayer Service of r spent! par- __ _____ JJOUOUAH, lior huant YOU A UK HHRMBY NOTI- .Mrs. .Carolyn
with her cousins Mr. and' Mrs.J. ents are coming later In
Hair up band, .and
I StyllnjrIn FlfciD: that suit! for divorce I
Ladles of the Park of The ;
Ernie and Joe brothersand ,
are L. Price Sr. the week to celebrateher DA'fendanta.NftTU.' Eaves
I 1.MELROSE W
vorl Porufof' Ctdtikre their wives are sisters. Palms on' August 'tarry Price has returned birthday which is Wed- .: MI ir city rlghta, child custody and Representative
Beauty Mr. M'rs.' Ernie Tomesentertained THE STATE OF FLOIUDA aupport and attorney feea lot
and from National Guard Irtlnlng nesday. <*r and Your
You
Open Tuea.-Sat.!! ; TO; riulntlfC'H attorney. haa, been Ph. 961-5812
Closed Monday friends and relatives In Ft. Knox, Ky. Kathleen Mclnnea of Ocala ANNfK: = MAUD Mrl,KODDOUOLiAa : flli-d HKalnHt you na Defendant 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
with a < oolt:-out and Mrs. Robert Bud and children (and Beulah Merrll! of Wels- !: Curios r I Iy 'by Linda Bail. Horn aa Pliilnttff -
known HI AJ4NIH MAUD In the above' styled Court Starke New Home
dance at tlieW. home 'on Saturday
-
OATS MOTORS of Gainesville visited Mr. dale were Wednesday guests Md.kOU I: r.DBldenco Unknown mind Cause anl you are requlrrd -
e enln1l'. and Mrs. Dock Tison and Of Reba 'Norsworthy. and her hua- to rile :your Defense orAnawvr '
BILL'S MARINE Mrs. Carl Hewi't and band ___?__ DOUULAa. to the ComplHlnt aa
'From Prtetaing ran] daughters recently.Ir. SUnday. Pap and'Reba attended Iteildence Unknown filed therein with the Clerk ot The State of FloridaIt
HALKS A SKRVICK daughter.! Cindy. are In and Mrs. E. D. Long- the Owens family reunion the Circuit Coilrt In and for

The Fun Fleet's In" Waverly, Tenn.. where they will return as a social studies decker hONe' gone: to Michiganwhere in Lake City. The reunion Yon, are hereby notiri''.'d that a Sturke.Bradford Florida County, ,and Courthouse serve a. Is Our Desire To !Make You Feel Welcome and
101" besri fllnft! nicatiiHt, \
mlt
Joined Mr. Hewitt at their and English teacher. they will spend a: whtlu held the you xuld Plaln-:
All Ontboarda was at homeof and BRADY KDWAHL: Mc- copy\ thereof upon To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
Chrysler Lone Star fl..tw farm. Mr. Hewitt has Just All parents who will have Visiting friends and relatives. Lemuel Owens the original LKOD unmarried In the abt>ve tlfr'a. attorney Barton T.

Chrysler Motors graduated from a elx-week children in .the first grade !Mrs. Ovid Cane spent, a few 'Owens homestead.L. entltlud. cause ; and that you are .Street Douglas. P.O.103 Drawer North Main 12JS.

Service .A Part for administrative training pro- this year are urged to stop days last week at Creacuiit L. Norwood left Sunday answer hereby with required. the to Clork file of your thin ((alnevlllu, Florida. on or be- you are new in the area, a phone

Btoyntona Helxtst 471Censnr .-.... gram at Penn State. by the school and ,pick up registration -Beach visiting Mrs. Helen! 'taking his folks back to Ml- Court, nnd to aerve a ooi>y fnrn tho tint day of Auituat),
to do
1967 and It fall moa
Mr and Mrs. Whit VVyman Also thereof upon the plaintiff or ; you ; call will bring visit
Rte. XI 2. blanks.Reglstrllltion Whitton and children. ''aml. plaintiffs attorneys, wh,>Mfniiinn ppfault JudRtnent, will be you a prompt

MelrOlSl 475-4851 have Just returned from a visit for all students visiting the Whlttons last Mrs. E. W. Revels is stll In und ttddro l 14: DANIKF. taken uiritlnHt yi>u for the re"

with their son-in-law and who plan to attend Melrose Week were Mr. and Mm. Carl >bed with her bout with the .M1TC11IOI.L & HKKIINH, sue At- 1 lI..f! demanded. and thereafter In the Complaint said from your local) hoste s. Please give

CLEANERS daughter Mr. and Mrs: P. H High' School next year, will beheld Ford. shingles: Hope she is feeling Jnckaunvlllo.lantln. National Klurldn Bank, not Building Inter Cauan Audi pro",1< l Hx Parte.VJTNK.f.S her call! She has and
Pits and son. Johnny of"Mi- at the school August 16 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. ''better by now. than August U A.I 1007Tf \ : !: my hand .and seal a maps many

Keystone 'amt: On their return trip from 9:30: a.m. until 3:30: p.m M. Cason last Thursday werefour E. B. Watkins who was already you. fall. to dn '.o, default of July said AD.rourt 1907 this, at 19til Stark day of, free and wonderful gifts for you
'home vWlted with form nieces Mrs. Bertha will bo pntured uvainet you for
they. I Every student is required to of his Florida.
in the Med
Cleaners, Inc. er ,Keystoners. Mr. and Mrs. register. Pearce of SUrke Mra. Hattie a patient the relief demanded In. the Com f'hurlea A Darby. Clt-rk .

r O.' K. Davis Ourmar: Madsen. of Lighthouse '1tROVN1d NJ'Wq': : Thomas of Valdosta, MrJ. LII- ".ical stroke Center Thursday' suffered and a severe''is In plaint.The nature of said milt being Judicial Circuit (CIrcuit'ourt. fc'lirhth In: and for ::i: :: ft;

Every pry Cleaning1' SerVIceLaUJksrY Point. Mr. Madsen Is Brownie Troop) 157 enjoyed liah Phillips of Lake City end I Il ... .
the Intensive Care Unit. Mr. ,# l ... ""! t- --
; :
-4 .:=
Finish Fluff T -+-- = :
or : now working at a realtor and '"a field' trip' to the Forestry Mrs. Emily,; Favor of Miami. ''and Mrs. Lee Thompson and : -

2 Day Service ,' contractor. In Daytona Mr. T>eparttA6nt' \ In Gulneflvllle last t Guests of the Caaon's Sunday
who at
!IOns! were on vacation
:Pick Up and Delivery I IIC..tone' I and Mrs. 'Wyman visited 'week. 'Were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mooreof

Ilelffhta 47S-80S- I II I with Mrs. Wyman's brother They climbed all the way to WI 'lIston. and their son, the with beach him, and came Mr.back and to Mrs.be I AREA, BUSINESS DIRECTORY

-I CONCRETE I i and sister-in-law, Mr. and the top of the big tower on Ralph and hilt son, James, of Marlon Williams and chil-
L
I I Mrs. Richard'H. Wolff. 2Srd Boulevard and learned PaUitka.iMr. .
dren were here from Frldav
Hawthorne Concrete Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Methvln how to use the various Instruments and Mrs. Wilbur !Sapp' to Sunday. ? ,

I and' children returned Thurs- used in sighting fired. and children spent Friday

'& Supply, Inc. II day from a week'slslt in ,Also they toured the night attending' the races In tsteln Mr. were and Mrs.visiting Willie Mr Wet-and AUTO SALVAGE : Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAR I'Office Equipment

grounds and viewed the dif' Ocala.
Chattanooga, Tenn where '
REDI : Mrs. Keith Cheshire at the Equipment
they were guests of Mrs. ferent tractors, machines; etc.: !Mr. and Mrs. Jerry SUM>>n : Hancock Office
MIX home of Mrs. H. T. Smith
une*'by the ForestryService..'wnd- cMMiren and Mr. and- Mrs.
Methvln''bromer and" fAlflIlies BRASINGTON Cherry'sGatnesviUe'a
*
CONCRETE Sunday. Mrs. Smith Is visitIng EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized
Atter their 'lours Dock Tlson and daughters
the
,- Rev. R. R. Haynes and girls "
20 relatives in Belevtew for
Htvy. W. Hawthorne
1-292:' 2031 Bruce Haynes. Seeing, the enjoyed a picnic lunch. : recently. spent the day at Crescent the week. CADILLAC-OLD3MOBILEInc. i Santa Fe Tractor, Most Fashionable

I Chickamauga Dam. on' the Girls attending were Vicki Beach. Address For Ladled Dealer
Well as you can see,
_I
GAS Tennessee River, and going Tlaon Gay and Martha Singleton things were rather quiet : Inc. DRESSF.s.8U1TSCOATS1'lATERNITY

on top of Signal Mountainwere Laura Barbot, LoH4 Co- SALES &: SERVICEFine WEARACCESSOIUE8 Clary Vlct TotaJllai
around here this week. I'll
burn Marsha Whitton, Debbie FORDFarm Adding Machine; Calculator
Keystone Saf-Gas some of the highlights INDIAN BEACHFrom
Box. Audrey and Dauphine, say goodbye for now, and: Selection of Used Car
_I of the trip.
Bottled Gas Levine, and Avis McPheron here's Leeon- Taken On Cadillac Trades Tractors Se ImplementsFord 7 W ,University, Gainesville SALES-9ERVIcz. .AfA
Last weekend. Mr. and
LEEON'S CORRNER
and AppliancesSee Mrs. Methvln and family visited They were accompanied an'd by I' "Bumbo" 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 industrial: Equipment, "- SAVE TIME; DUciaM rOd
Mrs. Dock Tison, leader USED EQUIPMENT 8
Us For All of Your Mrs. Methvln's parents Mrs. Billy Singleton assistant [ preceedlns Puns] Bumbo, Bumbo, JIEN'S< WEARL
PHONE 378-5301 l'tIfIulrementlt with a* flrrt.B23 .
Mr. and Mrs. R. Haynes in
Where have been? SALES PART SERV1CB!
_I Gas Needs lender. you
Orlando. Tony and Jean Ball and N. Main St. Gainesville
"I've been down the PICK UP & DELIVERY
Phone 473-4351 ."..".v..a.' __ft. ."" _. .ft.u.A... ....u..._... 400.P A. 1'KKSONALS_;_ _" son Shawn of Keystone, and In the bull road. 4488 N.W. Sixth: Gainesville & Phone .78- :l31
iwr. ana Mrs. Fred Williams I Norman and Fay Hamilton pen. L Men's Shop
Cumbie announce the birth i Bumbo Bumbo Phone] 376-2548
NURSERY have returned from a visit In
of a !son! Robert Andrew on I and girls of Gainesville visited -
Where ? CRANELINCOLNMERCURY
Chrlstlanaburg, Va. you gonna go C Florshelm Shoee-
July 28 at Offutt Air Force us several Um3s this PAINT & GLASS
O.C. Carnes Nurseryj. !Mr. and Mrs. William Lang "I'm going up town. GARDEN SUPPLIES
week.
Base Hospital in Omaha Peso Pluma
Suits
and To see ; Olorlo )
children of New Orleans jnyi
IDway 100, ) Nebr. ''Mrs. Cumbie will be My grandparents Hubert Liddell Paint &
2S MUM SB of StBrtmKnnrary La. spent last week with Mrs.Langs Bumbo Bumbo Ladles Wear
remembered as Marilyn\ and Palma Chltbyi\ of Starke AirthortMXl Sales &: Servfae. Sports
Stock Thotuands mother Mrs. J. T. visited the weekend. What you gonna do? Johnson & Paris Inc.
us over
Rushton, formerly"' Key Glass Co.
Green. Also : with "I'm gonna drink. 606 Arrow Dress Shirts
of Plants A Fnrit Tree to stone Heights.Mrs. visiting MrS They came Friday night and B. University, Gain..svttl< ,
Green were Dr. Me a little Bud or two."
and
l\f"s.
Phone
3724261Crane's
choose from. Nice Shade Trees.vergreen. picked! up their daughter< Complete Line of 13 W.
E. A. Rushton is vIsit- George T. Singleton and Bumbo likes University Gainesville KTANIZE PAINTS
>> & Lantocap( child. MIschelle who spent the SEEDSPLANTSInesctlcldes.Pet
ing In Omaha with her Glaus-Mlrron
: Sliding Door-
ren, of Gainesville. Mrs Green His peanuts boiled.
Plants. ImportsVolvo
All
In containersPlant
week with us while they were ..
daughter son-in-law and entertained with a dinner foher He, also likes SuppUe.FERTILUERS Tub KnrloHureaj-gliOMner DoorsWthdowieAwnlngCarpe4.

azaleas.anytlma. Camellias: young grandson.: Mr. Kushton guests Monday night and on vacation. Them cooked in oil. (Merced -Bem:) MOBILE HOMES .
wil join her on August 11, Sunday guests of Fred and Wailpap1r-8t relroDt
Let ns do invited: Mrs. T. A. Stouart and! Ho really likes. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'''
your. landitcsipln and they wll return to Keystone children.Mr. Vera Swearingen were Len That peanut butter. BTAT-HILLMAN Consul tattcm..
Phone A84-2163 224 N.W. 8th AVe.
Heights during the following and Mrs. Art Wheelerand Linda and Tammy Lynn He likes to play golf MUSTANG 118 N.W. Sixteenth: 8fc
Swearingen and Sharon and 2201 N. Main OaineavllU
USED CARS week. family left Saturday for With a number 2 putter. Phone 372-4373 PHONE S72-047 GAlNESo"ILLE8UU
and' Mrs. Abel a vacation In Illinois. Daryl Kaczmarczyk of Jack- Gainesville, Fla.
Mr. Gary' While Bumbo can do anything ? Mobile Homes
sonville. and Mrs. Van Etta Inc. I
Hanks Used Cars and daughters loft Tuesday hey are gone, Wheelers' Dis. Yes he can. ,

.Or their home Chicago dount Store will be cloned.Mr. and son. He's the best elephant. Gainesville's SEWING MACHINESNational
BIG CASH DISCOUNT The shellcrackers bit- Beaity Academy Discount Mobile
after vllstlng with Uv Oeo- an4 Mrs. Doylo James are In this land. GLASSGAINESVILLE Home Sales t Lot. I
TERMSBUY ing food on the sandbars According I
have returned from
rge Kaufmann's and other a vacation
Purchase discounts" Sewing
SELL TRADE to the entire
rlends. that took them to California Griffins. They
Rt. 1 Box: 9OII 'where have had several good catches POWELL'S chain guarantee huge lavings.

wr., 100 8 Mllf* !'L' Starke of Mr. Keystone and Mrs. Charles Club Estates Clark, Curt and they Illinois visited where their they son comeIn.. The bass are bit- DDDm NEW MOON CAPE1XAPAGEMAKER Machine Co., Inc.Universal .

visited :Mr. James' motncr. ing moderately slow, but if ..... Beauty Academv
(Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. you know where and how, -- ..-- # GLASS CO., INC. _N.___. _'R.--_...._., 'Df'H A ._., .v.._..._.,

I KUld of Jacksonville spent a you can catch them. The Learn a Profession In Tour Used Mobile Homes Low Sawing: Machine.

MAKE week with Mrs. Kldd'a al.ittr, specs! are starting to bite on St. William's SundAjr Spare TUne Full or Part Time "EVEltTrfUNQ IN GLASS" Priced. With approved credit Sale & Servlc i
DEPOSITSEither
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grohck. the brush piles also. Mr and Mass 7:30: a. m. Wednesday low a.. $100 down. Nearly New Units $5 month
Mass and Novena 7 Store Fronts" Mirror i
m.
p. DAY EVENING'
(Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Lee Oeohagen and Mr. CLASSESLow
Wodeyand
Windows Sliding GlaM <4820< N.W. IStfc St. 441 North Budget Term Available
Poke and three
daughter, Janice are sons and Mr. I
Tuition Doors Tub
Community Church Rev. Term enclosure
spending this week at the Morris and three sons of Jacksonville Gainesville 378-1344 611 W. TJnlveralty. GaInesville '
Leon T. Mllner. minister Mrs. 219 N.WIOth Ave.
beach. fished over theweekend' OaJjuwvUIe 3038 N. it Waldo Rd. CALL, COLLECT 878-1355 \
George Canova. organist. Mrs. 378-2766
I Buddy Davis of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bu ---

visIted Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tl ford Ratllff and family: of William Warren. 8ecretar, GaInesville 3762084University

'son last week. Live Oak. anidi: Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School. 9:40: a. m. TILES & PAINT

(Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Courtney J. M Coleman are staying Morning Worship 11 a. m.' CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS(

i of Newberry spent a few for two weeks at the Crlf tins. Nursery. at 11 a. m. service Glass FTJNTKOTE TILE

days last week with her Mrs. Helen WaV et' of only.Presbyterian
I INSIST.THAT ALL YOUR Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt)
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jackson-villa. was a weekend & Glazing Co. Inc. Long Distance Moving Floor Finishing PrOdLdtsCARPET

Stlnson. guest' of her sister and broth- OCKVOnETB PRODUCTS Local Drayage

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stln er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. D. ,' Faith Presbyterian Church Storage Packing -pratingShipping :
and -ftev. J. R. Neale Jt.. min ARE: THIS BEST FlIOMEdward's MIRRORS i
son. daughter, of Keystone W. Carpenter.We .
ister. Mrs.; W. A. Wallace AUTO GLASS
or- FREE ESTIMATES WAllPAPERTenneyTile
Heights recently visited Mr. ALLHILL'S
were very sorry to hear ganist Mrs. Carl
and (Mrs. Jerry Stinson and of the des th of Mrs. Martha I summer; or.anl.t.sunday Swisher, Building Tub Enclosures Shower. *

Way Any Time -.i;.-.-,....... ,-..., ...".......... .......v.. _"COO... .4.... School 9:43: a.m Supply, Inc. Doors ,Store Front MOVING & Paint

I SCHEDULEOF an automobile accident In Morning- Worship 11 a.m., ISle S. Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. 2222 N.W. 6th St. '
Melrose Sunday and thrown 728 8. MalnSn4s.a.GAINESVILLJI ,
Good Weather or Bad Weather i SERVICES Sunday (Nursery open both S76-B951 Gainesville 378-1302
from her oar. She was office hours.) 3540 N.B. Waldo Rd.

Use Your Closest' Mail 'Box I PARK nurse for Dr. P. o Pales In ,, FLA.! Gainesville 372-4271
'
Starke but at the time of my "':'F.pL'k'oIJftl' ,

or Our Convenient Chute of the birth, she was In charge of St. Anne's Rev. W. W, I.IRON ORNAMENTAL' TRAVEL

the Nursery at Shady'orestIfospital. Worstall. vicar. ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC

ASK US FOft DETAILS PALMS She was) the one Morning Prayer and ger- House of Travel

ON THESE CONVENIENT ,who took care of me when I men. 2nd and 4th Sundays Ornamental IronS ,

AND HELPFUL SERVICES SUNDAYS was first born and In such 9:30: a.m. (nursery open.) ELECTRIC Lipham Music INC. I

11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. bad shape. Our condolences Holy Eucharist and sermon Steal Stain Co.

to out to her family.Mr. ] .let, arid 3rd Sundays. 9:3O: a. Motor --..,
COME: IN GET ACQuAINtED THURSDAYS Repair Co. Fabrication Erection!: of GalneayUlfl ,Shopping .Cr. AIRLINES!

7:39: () P.M. and Mrs. Doyle James Light Structural Steel 373-5303 STEAMSHIP!

FUNDAMENTAL'BIBLE have' returned from a. three MURRHEEInsurance Of Gtilneevilla, he. Miscellaneous Iron lie( N. w; loth Arena R. R.

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Week"vacation' trip to West- Roplilrina--Rewinctlnc:

TEACHING ninlstenCalif.\ ., visiting their '. Agency New and Used Steel Products Co. Authorized Hotel*! Car Rentals!

Member\ P.D.I.C. Keystone UeilM! ,.-.FU.Yonr All Services Held lit The Kirk son and James) ''wife and Mr. to and Illinois Mrs. Richard, :MlIrrhee.Act. WORK GUARANTEED BaldWin Pianos Organ Wo Weekdays Charge for 8.-SO: Our to 0:00Bat. Service:

( Congenial :AtmosphereOf General Insurance 05 N.W.tSrd Btv Gainesville Guitars Gibson Goya 9 to 12.
Friendly. BanS In Yodf Friendlj to vfslt both their' fa Ul1es. B'lre Casualty Marth.: Drum lA1dwI3' '
Slingerland 3413
C mm ilfy.'* The Lounge. Joe and Peggy Joseph of Xuto _. Bonds Phone 372-8313 sn*.. I h'eiidey Standard, Amplifier ,O W.eerill.University Ave. j j'GE

031uclsvWe and Mr. and Mrs. Keyetoo: DeI.lata f 73-47B. = 378-1601
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pry ltSl'! V. AUGUST!' 3, 1961!) BRADFORD COfNTY TKf.lKOnAPn.': : STAItKK. FI.ORTOA

I (' ""r Travis formerly of Keystone\ Overexposure I
'
I cited for "gallantry In action Prisoii Forester 1

WALDO LIQUORS I IBOBBY'S According to an Associated I Gets Cash Award ing Heights the who Arlington are now Baptist pastor- To Sun May DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

25 Years AgoBy Press release' from Australia Church of Bryson City. The Cause CancerHow
Vandl'vlere was one ol For SuggestionCecil
Major Hicks also enjoyed sending\ STARKE PHONE 961-62bO>
HIDEAWAYU.S. ten officers awarded tho silver Mr. l Mrs. .t'lorlitiuns] help '
with and can
day
a
Alice McOarvey stir by Lt. General George H\ B. Newnom, a forester Leonard Lyons of the Park guard themselves from belug KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
Brett commander Of AHIcc] employed 1 at tho Florida State
of The Palms who were visiting one of the 80,000 Americans
301 One Mile North of Waldo air force In the southwest 'Prison was recently presented
Bradford County and Stark< Pacific. ,with a\ check for $((50:; and u the Travis I who will develop skin cancer Rental Services
had several] civic projects near of ComnienJatlouAs Mrs George Saxon was this year is told in a pamphlet I
'r v LIVE Major Vandlviert' served 1110 Certificate! ] "Sena In The Sun," offered HOSPITAL HEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
: MUSICWed. completion about this time 2f> result of his Suggestionfor moved from the MedlralCenter ,
7 SLat a
I at Raiford <
the
I years ago. War-time buildtn; physician I a new method of taking in Gainesville to the I without cost by
., Fri. Sat. Night I i restrictions slowed up some, Prison for several yea"s.Mayor bids rin Anw! timber and pulp- Rest Home in Starke last American Cancer Society. I CRUTCHES
such as the water tank, but Wood. The presentation was week. The ,pamphlet points out i I,
GO-GO Health] & N. D. Walnwrljrht i that excessive exposure to the
the
ILb GIRLS new County made toy Gov. Claud.4] \ Kirk upon -
'Medical Center was ready to Jr. enlisted, as a private I.In. authorization. of the State strong rays of the sun la an
be equipped. The Board of World War II and since he ex. Personnel] Board. I II Horse Killed acknowledged 'cause", of monl !

Discount Prices on Package Goods .County Commissioners advcritisod pected! to be stationed at near I chin cancers.!
for bids to be opened by Camp Blandlng/ for a whit" Mr, Newsom is the second By AutomobileA Protective measures are I

Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan I August T, 1942. he did not resign his pnsitloi employee of the Division.it: cAah of'" .i quite simple According to tho! ;: IS11AM1SEE IIOUSING
The fire station was expected as Mayor of Starke. This pllt Corrections\ to receive text: take your sunshine hi /
\ f award unIt the sixth, to receive horse ran onto U S. 301
to be ready about the mid him In the odd position ;> small doses don't' let soarMelt -
1 die of August and 3,000 fee holding,; the highest position lithe I the. Certificate of Cohimenddtlori. I north of Starke and was sizzle in the sun. If you i
the lowesfAnk Alrtro 11161. struck by a cur driven by a for
or fire hose had been ordcrci official] city and expect to be outdoors
This pleasure trip will do you good! from the Bilateral Fire HOB I In the army. "But I Ilk Others{ attending the award! Cecil Field Navy man. according lengthy periods (whether at I BOB DODSON Oil BRUCE. MARTIN FOR
i Co. of Chicago. it. It feels great," he said. Th ceremony from tho State Pris- to the report of work or play)I. water a broad I TilE nEST DUAL ON A NEW OU
1 A 100,000( gallon concret mayor had been a very young on were: J. W. (Jim) Hitch Florida Highway PatrolmanO. brimmed hat, a long uleeved'' RECONDITIONED

, L water storage tank for th enUstee in World War 1. Industries, Supervisor, And C. Garrett shirt, slacks rather than
11\'ll\ I northslde pumping station l i)., John M. Howard, Farm :Man The sailor driving the: 1963 shorts. If you plan to be on

Ot. Starke had been finished. Bu Billy and Elizabeth Nurge ager. Pontiac Richard A San Do- the benches' take along beuch] I

i V the contractor had been heli opened a cafe In the south end Prior to joining the Divisionof val 21, received minor in- umbrella, rent one or find a MOBILE HOMENEW
lGt up from finishing the wate of the Winder] Building. Mn Corrections in 1959, Mr. ,furies but was not hospital'' location]l where you can take I
project because of inability te< Noegel ran the business a. Newsom gained 18 years experience Ized. A passenger, David intervals in stone shady spot.
get cast iron pipe fittings an< Billy WAS still encased In i a ud a pulpwood producer William\ Dee. 21. also a Sailor And there are aortic lotloas

copped wire. O. H. Cook 01 plaster cast to his waist following with such companies' as stationed at Cecil Field, and creams available for skin I 12 WIDES FROM $3299 UP
-. RESORT Buena Vista, the contractor 01 ] ; a serious accirien the National Turpentine and was not Injured. protection "but read direc-
the water distribution system, which had already kept him I In The horse was killed\ instantly tions for application fl'equ-l
expected to have aU wate bed for five months. atmvilln. according. to Trooper ency. RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 WIDES, 1,
I All= IS BEST OF All IN THE SMOKIES! Enjoy the pcaeo mains laid in about two weeks enabled! him to tench proper Garrett Damage to right let another suggestion Is:

and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn An addition to BradfonCounty Bradford County tobacco pulpwood cutting,:: techniquesto front end of the car was it yon find certain unusual' 2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELSAll
crisp: cool days. .refreshing:, restful nights., wonderful High School was ti farmers were reporting the inmates under hU super- estimated at $300. skin eruptions., a sore that
food. Come back feeling fresh as.a' breeze. If you like bo finished in time for achooopening best crop in years according! vision.HAMPTON. San Doval was traveling doesn't heal], change in wart, I Ages & All Prices:
activity' there's square dancing, horseback riding, craft birthmark with irritations
miles mole
in September' bu L T. Dyer, north on SR-200 1.3 or
making, wilderness pack trips, bear and boar hunt, hoar work on the city sewage disposal to Not County only was Agent the yield] high v..v..vaYY..v.vvVV-. north of Starke "at 7:30: a. m. -- don't try to "doctor' ',' Low Down Payments, Monthly Payments Less
ing, fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages, lodge. Rates plant had stowed dowi said but farmers wh I Saturday, July 29. when the yourself' Consult with your Than Kent
lower after September I 15-less crowded. For reservatio" Dyer It isn't I
the Chances are
into physician.
because of lack of prtoritle had sold] their ungraded crop horse suddenly ran .ra
phone 498-2211. !In the malignancy, but should] It be, I i SETUl'Mustcrng >
for materials at the barn reported prices", as path of hIS automobile a FREE DELIVERY) AND
Send for high as 20 cents a pound. Th By Mrs Mary. WlalamaAALAaaa.uaauuAAALt east lane of the highway.\ remember skin cancers are
Count; recent ycaf of the horse Is un- highly curable: If detected I
Bradford in Owner
and price
FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept OB, Fontana Village, N.C. were Starke, very proud of Majoi\ average had been between 20 and f.. known. early and. given prompt, MobileHomes

Stuart P. Vandivlere who wa: cents. The auction market Mrs. Ellen] Carr and children proper treatment.

opened July 28, and farmer of Headland, Ala] are Rabies Clinic As, a public free service besides concerning -
pamphlets
were hoping the price would visiting her sister, and broth- offering
Set August 19 skin cancer, a color-
reach 30 cents a pound. er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Orville sound film "Sense In The
Tobacco was grown under Brookins this week. They For. AnimalsThe ''
Clubs] ,
available.
Sun, Is > orga-
allotment by the federal /got spent Friday sight! seeing at i
nizationa and employee groups ;
Two Good BuysIn eminent, and although 270.:! Silver Sprints Mrs. Carr'idaughter Bradford County may arrange for a film shoW- IVCU.S. .

acres were alloted for 124 Jo Ann, is a high Health Department Is sponsoring Ing program at meetings. Advance Hwy. 41 North( Phone 752-2797
growers. only 66 farmer! school teacher In. the Panama a Rabies Clinic to bookings may be made I Luke City Florida
I planted 190.3 acres. A gooc Canal Zone. vaccinate pet& for residentsof by contacting' any of the I
crop could make as much at Mrs. Frances Wndsworth Starke and Lawtey on
American Cancer Society'soffices | For Instant HousingWE'RE
Office Equipment I$200 per acre and some farmers joined Mr. and Mrs. Thomas August 19. according: to located In 20 key Headquarters
,: in the county had moW! WadsWorth and daughter of County Sanitarian Jack Tra-. Florida cities. I.
than 25 acres.Lella's Bunnett for a sight seeing wick
Every Business Needs I ____ trip to the smoky Mountainslast The clinic will be held In, a
Salon and
Beauty week. the park across from the
Dress Shoppe will be expanded Mr. and Mrs. Dan-ell Burk- Health Department horn \9)I

according to Mrs. Leila hart and family of Perrlne a. m. until noon. The Lawtey
=
( s Mundy, proprietor.. She hail] are spending two weeks vis- Clinic will be held from 1 to I LOADEDWITH
leased the north space In' the iting Mr. and Mrs. Lynn: Hail 3 p. nalt the city Hall In
I building
V Landrum-Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Lawtey. I
t: under construction and planned Crawford and family. The Health] Departmenturges
to move her Beauty Union] Shannon and Chucky Cox of, all pet owners to have :
there and Increase the numberof Orange Park spent last week their pets Innoculated.] (
from five to six.
The operators dress Shop will occupy visiting: friends and relativesIn I GOOD USED
town. EducationHas
s the entire present building on t Driver
A. Carbone and two: nieces
,
East Call Street and a, more New Rules I
Mary and Barbara Burke of
complete] line of ladles] readytowear -
x Elizabeth. N. J. spent several
will be carried. (New ''According) to provisions oft
with Mrs. T. P. Brown.
fixtures will be added and Pit day! new state law, students who I
Huffetickles] -andchidren
Ted
Mrs.
alteration lady will be available plan to .take driver education TYPEWRITERSAt
of Rutherfordton. N.
( ," u newa\, story said. it BHS next semester must be I
C. are visiting her brothers
15: years old by September 1.or .
: ryty7VvyYVYVtYYYVVY'IsSENIOR Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCiel-] obtainedI1'l'Ier's
.t must have already
lan and Mrs. Dewey McCle-
the
a t ]/! permtt from

a t I llan.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florida Highway Patrol I

CITIZENS Hicks and family have just mode The this announcement week by James was Low Low Prices !
returned from a week of
of BHS.
Model Temple' principal
rvtvt vt'vvvnvyyv vvyvva2t21ss I
PhotoCopierFactory camping in the Smoky
Speed-O-Print 9-A
'( Suzanne Judd addressed Mountains National Parks. Adjustable Vinyl Boon I
Senior Citizens on the While In North Carolina, they All size 30 cent ca
has just announced price increase to $109.50on subject of "Head Start" it the visited Rev. and Mrs. Paul .Covers t The Telegraphy" 1 SEE THESE

this model We still have two in stock at the old Recreation Center Tuesday, ,
"cla11'
July] 25.: She majored in "

price of studies la college, and asked: GLASS That's Out BusJnes.
our members to give a little
time to the children in title "If It's Glass We Have It"I I GREAT VALUES IN OUR

,worthy cause.
$9950 After months", of discussion"' CALL, WRITE or VISIT I

and deliberation, the House", FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Ways & Mean Committee,
under the chairmanship of We Design Modern\ Store Fronts AUGUST SALEROYAL
IF YOU IIURUYt Sen. Wilbur D. MlllH, haS j
I brought out tentative proposals a. Just Mail Us A Pattern For

] for action toy the House Table TopsSHEA'S
low-priced to fit any office or departmental budget. CopiesANYTHING and Senate for a flat 13 percent
Amazingly

prirlted typed written drawn length.or mechanically reproduced. I I benefits.raise. This in bill social will) be sociality votedon GLASS CO. KMM( ROYAL HUE

Will pick up any'color.. Copies 9 in. by any some time In August and '

is expected to ''be made I retroactive 1&87.- 1313: N.W,4th Pt. Gainesville, Fte. Phone FR24353STALLING'S "The Old Reliable"PICA Extra Clean .Elite TypeWRITES
from January LIKE NEW
HERCULESFIREPROOF Amendments by &the House /and TYPE
I
Senate may change the complete I
I character of this legislation : Only $55 $85

FILE as the 13 per cent is proposed I '
as a guideline tot' future, ,
I, action. 1 1I CORNER

Whatever the rtwulU] the in- ROYAL liE
Letter-Size D-Label I,crease Will hardly matclt' trp' ROYAL FP

(One-Hour Fire Protection) to the constantly !Increasing OASIS LOUNGEYour ELECTRICA
living coats in which our Senior FinishA
Colors 1 Latd Model;- Gray;
Beautiful I Decorator '
Finished in Citizens are caught! lit a
For REAL BUY Ultimate [in Typing
squeeze.This is a far cry front CLOSEST Spot .

the 1100 minimum, requested. I WINES j BEER
LIST PRICE $355.50One I LIQUOR $
by President Johnson and $125 $155-
I other economists in the coun Open 9 A.M. 12 P.Mi

try. All in all, though it will
$ a small measure of Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.H:
bring only
32 .5 Office Machines :
Standard .

At This Only Price I improvements relief., and It we Is better can in still than the hope nothing vital for- SPECIAL DISCOUNTS OR QUARTS ON MOSt" 3 FIFTHS All Above Are I


]legislation 'which affects the :
I RE UNGTON'
I lives of 20 million people 8 MK South of Starke on U. S. 301 Smith-Corona 'Galaxie
one-tenth of the population of :

-- ::;j I1i---i the U. S.Would. the person or per* PORTABLE PORTABLE' r

r ,' iant who borrowed the Senior;! ttw- ONLY SLIGHTLY USED In Best Condition
Citizens' 35-cup coffee urn I II
I please return same to the recreation Don't Get Carried Away .
!
center as noon iu possible $55
$105
Thanks. I
eEffR7 Our next picnic will be hold
August 8 at Lisa and Tom .....' '- .

Hannen's. home on fake Hut- r) .
,
r chinson. We wui meet at Key ALSO TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT
,, -- .
'
__V stone Beach in Keystone c-:: '- -
Heights at 11 a.m. Make piana. I II DAY WEEK OR MONTH;. [ 1 I'

I i now to attend. Pack your own' FOR FREE ESTIMATE
I lunch.: We ire sure you will I .
feel that it is a day well CALL 9645745Florida ; ; I BRADFORD COUNTY


apt-nt.- Joe Kerrigan: Reporter

BRADFORD COUHTYTElEGRAPH I II Pest Control and TELEGRAPHPHONE


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the way you write. Come In ,
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i 4 ThursdayIn Jailed FRYER QTR 1 I



Plea Day ,_ I

LEGS OR BREASTS -. ;
Four persons received Jail '1
terms and three others heavy .
fines In County: Court proceedings
during July in a
calendar: of 136 cases.A .
six months jail term was
handed Luther Johns Jr, ''on
a worthless check charge. 'It 1. LB C
was a big month for worthless @
check cases with 33 on
the docket.
John Wayne Underhill was SUPERMARKETS ,
sentenced to 60 days In. Jail ,
for ]possession of an alcohol Price Good Through The Weekend SAVE 12* PER LB. FRESH FLORIDA 1 ,
beverage by a minor Frank Reserved
Quantity Right GEORGIA GRADE "A"
Jones received 30 day. for or SAVI 30* PER LB. TENDER SLICED
, assault and battery ..
, Two 45 day Jail sentence.
69ce
CALVES LIVER LB
were handed Carthel James
0 0 .:..
Rushing Jr. for charges of L .

Improper voluntary exhibition.intoxication The sentences and- U.S. CHOICE' BEEF

! are to run con caner-
Uy.
[ County Judge T. A. Yawn: ''IPAGE
continued his crackdown on
drunken driving by handin
out three heavy. fines. MarIon -
Thomas Lee was center SAVE 10* IB.LEAN r
ced to a fine of $150 or Idaiys I 110 MEATY WESTERtfSPARERIBS ,
Intoxicated.Two in jail. for driving while A CHEESE Il 1

others, Raymond
Marvin Collins and M. J. ..

I I II Of Thomas$150 or received 80 days sentence In jal1 MILD DAISY CH E ES Ei

and had their td'-lv r's Beer 49c
i'i'I see revoked for 90 days. .u
I As usual, speeding was the : 0 charge handed out most with :3 TO 5 LB.AVERAGE> .. I
44 cases In July. Ten person ..... a
were charged with voluntary
Intoxication and five with
operating a motor vehicle
without driver's license.
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SAVE lOc REG. 49c
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How To Detect FARMER GRAY SKINlESSFRANKS

Chinch BugsIn 1. ;

Your: LawnOf

12 OZ. PKG.
the dozens of Insects amrelated
pests who may deckle
to Invade your lawn this summer 39
none Is more destructive R L 'e I
to St. Augustine grass than R
the chinch bug. \
According to Entomologte YOUR V.HOICE1 e
James E. Brogdon of the FlorIda -

Service Agricultural, now Is the time Extension to be 1IMIT-1 CO"IIO'YO", ""
gin watching for chinch bugs CO F F E E CHOICI WITH$5.00 a ;L;
These insects suck the plan OR MORE FOOD OOM. r wM"r .
juice through' their needle-Ilk '.
?
Internal injury wN.rEtctANn
beaks and cause I PR .MT '
to the grass, resulting in itttN n
FAIR .
yellowish to brownish patches MAXWELL\ HOUSE FOOD ; i-i CUPS rooo PAW 1004, CASH REFUND .
In lawns These Injured areas COTTAGE CHEESE | .
, are often first noticed along t .'--t On Your Grocery Order Up To $25.00. Get Details and Free' 4"
-
, the edge of lawns. : t At Maxwell House Coffee Display In Store. /r-
Usually when chinch bugs t LB. C LB. C ( --1I ti 1. Mailing Coupon ......- .
are present in sufficient numbers 38 .
48 & '
to cause a yellow or CAN 'CAN -. = - - - -

/brown discoloration of the l.rw wm".II.nAMPS VARIf'IES DUNCAN HINES ,... ,..........,' ., ....",.
turf, they can be found by ------ : ALL -.t: :.r.-
......._ .
aside and< AI.
the
pushing runners
IB
looking at the soil below. The - - - .,'..- : MICE IRAM/W : CAKie MIXES 3/$1/
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small red or black bags with
:: :: :=
white markings on their backswill VEGETOLE LIMIT-1 with,$5.00 or more order. -- SAVI10_ RING COLE
be seen scurrying along w.r =

i heavy the the soil chinch Infestations surface.bugs In can, extremely sOme be seen ot S".ORTENING/ 3 ''b. CAN 48crw.j 1. r_i:!!own SfAIMK i= Cut Green Beans 'fAO'19c'; .

crawling over grass blades, $B SAVICOLLlNQSWOOD
sidewalks, and outside walls SAVE 80t* NEW BOLD ::

of If houses.no chinch bugs are seen $199 v: -=:? Sweet Potatoes ':.-.:. .19c
DETERGENT FAMILY;SIZE
by this method, Brogdon suggests -
using a large metal can I c:mI!: _. i VAN CAMPS ZIP TOP CANS
with both ends cut out to con- I ."..ea'lO... _
firm their absence or presence.A FOOD FAIR FRUIT LIMIT-2 with$5.0O or moro order MttCMANffi1 EENfT..AMK :: Ven" Susige CANS.coz 5//$1
,
3-pound shortening can a 'CI.II
'r' 19 Joe = :
C.: $B .
large coffee can, or a.galloncan 17 .r. SAN
will do.the job. Place one COCKTAIL =; : IAVI'1_ SUNTAN LOTION
.
0 0 0 l:=: :.==:
,
end of the can in an area .
where the grass is discolored ,------- -- COPPERTONE. .... 99
Cut the grass runners around REG:289BANQUET FROZEN ASS1 $ w 11 .
the bottom of the can, and $1 .
twist or push the can one or DINNERS i xrwA rwn 3 / h. AL L-.LJ .JM ,
O'Q gnu ff
Butch G
two inches: Into the soil. Add O eo ( "" u gquuaPOTATO
enough water to keep the HYMADITHIM PACC -

(water level above the grass. SPRAY 4 lIS.- CHIPS-.:::::.,1 FOOD FAIR LARGE ICED CINNAMON *; .
It chinch bugs are present, HALO HAIR .== : AY '
they will float to the surface EAVE"m to 7i< .... f& 1 lm it BUN 9cM
within five minutes. If the fla.w. : PKO.OF60NLY .
\ Y
bugs aren't found,'repeat the
process in several areas. MflaIANTS eAr A gull stAMPS i= INt=) wm UEfwTAMPS I FOOD FAIR THIN SLICED ORANGE-RAISIN I J JG3
Once you're sure that chinch ---- -
bugs are the problem, the entomologist :Mina : : rswtu/ww. : BREAD 1Sos.lOAFONLY,3 9(
/ II; MDLRrrat" : : GIg; PuL.LMnP ._
t;
suggests control YOUNGSNAP ... _________- --------J... ....
measures with a variety of .___...., _:;:. ..- I+tI '"" -- .- .....:.....\,;,
Insecticides such as VC-13,
ethlon, Trlthion, dlazlnon, As-
pan Duraban or Baygon. :Mix
and apply the Insecticide according
to recommendationsIn
Extension Circular 213B
,
"Home Gardener's Lawn In-
sect Control Guide" available CUSP CA11FORNIACELERY>
T ., .
from your county agent. -
"IMake'' sure you read the > 7Ei -
< <
PEPPERS
label and follow directions," BELL .
Brogdon said.
To prevent extensive dam- it H .
age by Insect pests, homeowners
should make frequent and I' URGE ,19c'levery GREEN PEANUTS 19itfscfoui.'j
of their
thorough inspections
STALSc
iiNri'SEEDLESS'
lawns especially now during
the summer so that any type -
of Insect infestation can be : GRAPES 29
found early and treated
promptly.
Continue to watch for STANDARDAYChNNAISE
chinch bugs, and repeat applications SAVE 10< EVERYDAY FOOD FAIR SAVE EVERYDAY

as needed. 49 TOMATOES .. .:loz... CANS 2/29/ <
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THE BIGOT POINT fa* Is
UM way yen 'writ*, Cant band EVERYDAY KRAFT SAVE EVERYDAY DETERGENT,
select your fa* rN s> Bs> 73
TELEGRAPH TERBROOK fountain .... D Of Low MAYNt1AISE-QT.69C( GIANT TIDE -.-' -__ ,:__ ,.:_.BOX

SAVE 3 i EVERYDAY HERSHEYS.P'r
SAVE 2* EVEF/7'DAY/ DEL MONTE

HAMMOND I CATfiUP ----. 14 01. BTL. 25c CHOC. SYRUP. r.:: .:!,...c. i 2QC1Ii'&l
.ORGAN STUDIO) ;
er. EVERYDAY FOOD FAIR
Apthedss4 SAVE 2*
Factory
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v 0 FOOD FAIR
EVERYDAY
SAVE 1i
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\ n-.s..... a i.e Or.-lesIasif 23c EVAP. MILl(. TALLCAN6 3/47/
: M piny the -., wqu. FRVjJT/ COCKTAIL..., --16.z.CAN
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TINY SWEET
SAVE 4
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