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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 10, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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"1 / ( ,r Bradford County will begin For Council PostsFour

', action Monday, August 14, to
,'III' advertise 73,000 acres of land

4lfdpl owned by the five timber

V.i N rte brJ".M sl 1f4 irk firms who lost their suits for candidates have qualified, three In the past

'w + ....."A... lower assessments unless back week, for the three Starke city council posts up for
1nnflr; ':"" ,.f Itf. /(' i taxes are paid or a court grabs in the September 12 election. Lawtey Council
.." order stays the move
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",;,f : Attorney Theron A, Yawn
,;? wI now held by Councilman Nell
"''I who successfully represented 1 ru Tucker but was eliminated In Ups Own Pay
ItW (I.....11 ll e, the \
z f r w.t; ,, P Ph county against the five the first primary. He qualified
timber
firms, doesn't expectthe Saturday for Mrs. Johns' seat
timber firms to allow along with Williams. Per MonthLawtey
their lands to be put up for Loudon retired In 1963 from; $$8
sole. Both he and Tax Colloc-
Clay Electric where he had
tor J, R the
Kelly expect been
supervisor of engineer-
back City Council mem-
either
companies to pay 4&1' He
Ing. worked for Clay Elec-
taxes totaling about $04.000 bers voted! themselves an $8
l tric for 17 years 1945-63: after
for 1963: or to file supersedens per month raise, from $2 to
being discharged from the Air
$10 at their regular monthly
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'bonds to prevent Kelly from Force after World War''' II.
advertising the lands until a meeting Monday night
Being retired, Loudon says
decision In an appeal la' made. he has "plenty of time to de- The Council two :years ago'
All five firms, RayonlerInc. vote to the office." had voted Itself a raise to

.. Container Corp., Oilman tY. He Is a member of the Key $5 but never drew it because
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Paper Co., Owens-Illinois Qlaaa stone Heights Baptist Church, of budget problems. Council
___ Co. and Nelson Blocker have
.' .' ..nn Mo lineGroup a charter member of the Key- members have drawn $2 per
filed motions In Circuit Court 2 stone Lions Club, and a mem- month, for as long as she
2 Future Farmers Win !here calling for a retrial or an ber of the American Legion.A can remember Clerk Ethel

amendment to Circuit Judge Gerald Williams, Independent, native of Williston In Reddish says ,

John A. H. Murphree's decision Telephone employee, and A, O. Levy County, Loudon Is mar- The raise for the council
In favor of the county. (Art) Loudon Jr., retired Clay rlcfcl to the former Eloise Har- follows a $25 per month pay

A Latest developments in the Electric engineer, have enter- riet Thames of Marlon, Ala. raise given Mayor Charles ,,
Trip To New York series of motions being filed ed their names in the Croup and has three children. His Shuford and which was

la one by Judge Yawn calling 4 slot now held by veteran wife now operates London's okayed in a local bill by the
,- for the timber firms. to pay Council Chairman Ruby Johns. just-adjourned Florida Leg
,their pro rata share of $4,780 It will be Williams' first try Reddish
islature. Clerk
Greg AlavarpB (lIettl) and members presented their demonstration introduced by Paul Hutchins, June, where they won first In. consultant and expert witness for public office M verification says-
has received
David Scott 'are pictured with at the Rotary Club BHS vocational agriculture in- place and a $25: award in fees paid to tlmberman W. H. (Billy) Noegel, 53- she never of the

the strawberry demonstration Wednesday, Illustrating by s&uctor and FFA Advisor, their division, and were the John E, Hudson who cruised year-old automobile dealer, of the Tallahassee passage although .
project which won them a trip means of charts and other materials who said the boys had developed runner-up teamin over-all the Umber firms' lands and qualified Saturday for the bill from ,

to New York City and a the mel hods of soil the demonstration competition. pent two daya on the stand Group 5 !pOst vacated. by Mayor ti'tr{' Rep, Gene Shaw and Informed
chance ,to represent Florida in preparation, planting, fertilizing themselves, and made all the They will go to New YorkIn for the county. Randal Chitty's death and her it passed,

national competition with F' harvesting, 'and! Insect materials used December to present the "Two motions objecting to now held by appointee Merritt Mayor Shuford has not yet
ture Farmers from other control used in .the strawberry They gave the demonstration demonstration at a convention Williams who he won't begun drawing his raise
Hudson's costs were says
ate tes. Industry at the State FFA Con of the National Junior Vegetable filed paying Wednesday morning by run. Noegel has served one d Clerk Reddish draws 'S',
The two Bradford Chapter Alvarez and Scott\; were vention in Daytona Beach in Growers Association. term on the council and waa .fit per month and requested a

(Continued on Page Fetal defeated last year by Nell pay raise along with Mayor
Tucker In.. the runoff for the Shuford but; the Council
County Advised May Miss This Fall ,
Opening eat vacated by Councilman turned her down. The clerk
used to receive $23 per month
Ewell Lawson when he ran for
Not To Enter police chief.Incumbep.t. for assuming the responsibility .

Suit-. 'Fr'SRDCounty '' '" .'New---Hampiorf 'School l *:Job Behind t'Schedule James tf.: (OFotltcicer Councilman{ ? 'l)McRae l ; Group Noogel S 'Hall clean-for keeping but ""the;the Council City,

. now completing, his first? term, chopped! thai last year in

qualified last Wednesday to Beauty Shop. The family resides what was termed an ,economy.

Attorney T A. Work on the new 10-class- "I realize( ,the Importance ofa but his term is expiring: keep the Group 2 seat he won ''at' 1304 Pratt St. move.
Yawn Jr has adv ..ed the room school complex at handbook," Hall said, notingthe lAppioved ,Supt. Casey's SFJU Will two years ago In a race with Noegel, owner of Billy Noe- In other action Monday
to
Commission not
County Hampton is lagging Architect Bradford Board has been request to put the swill from Dr./C. J. Houpt. gel'a Auto 'Sales and the 301 night, the Oounclll Agreed to
become Involved in the $03.-!) Offer Classes /
Don Morgan told the CO years behind rimes In that school cafeterias out for bids Restaurant on North Temple allow the CUBB Economic
124 suit In Circuit? Court here
Bradford, School Board Tuesday area. since several requests. have In Starke Avenue, lout to CouncilmanNell > Agency to use the old<< strawberry -
by the Florida: Power & Light and students may find "But I'm disappointed that been received for it. Tucker by 25: votes last wharf next to City Hall

Co against. the State Road:' themselves occupying the old we get the finished copy." Approved for submission Santa Fe Junior College year. He t is' making another for a. Neighborhood Youth

Department.The building well Into October if "This is a rough draft," to the State Department of plans to offer extension classes try this :year for the vacant Center project now being
utility company Is suing work does not speed Up. Supt. Casey told> him. Education for its approval in Starke again this fall. Group 5 poet which is open proposed for the county.
for the cost of relocating Harris & Harris Const'ructlon "Its a pretty expensive first $45,117 In vocationaleducationprojects It is necessary to know how for just one year. Mayor Carl Space is also being !sought In

poles and transmission lines Gainesville, has the con draft," Hall replied. written by Principal: many students are interested Hurst had'served just a few Starke Hampton, and Brook-
'along US-SOl between Starke tract for construction of the No other Board member pro Ted Oglesby. The project! Art' In'' attending these classes, and months In that post when he er to house the project.

and Lawtey In 1965-66 duringthe $229,000 complex and the tested the: presentation of the farm machinery, $5,989; super which specific courses are pre- was appointed, mayor after the The Council also agreed to
four-lanlng of the highway $110.000 Brooker school now book. vised fodd service, $10,886; ferred. death of former Mayor Randal take part in the move to zone

under construction. The "Well, for the first time our major appliance repair, $6,741; The cost will be ,$9 .per Chitty The seat Is now held the entire county. Lawtey
The Commission could Intervene Brooker school, ,80 per cent administrators have served auto mechanics, $10,000, and credit hour, plus a $.5 admission : by appointee Merrltt Williams will work with the) same'University
In the suit and become complete last week, may be notice when and where they vocational office education, feg for,persons who have who will not ,run. of Florida agency that

a defendant along with finished by the September 5 are going and why," was Supt. never'taken courses through\ The Starke businessman has Is working with the County"
the SHD The state agency deadline H &: H is shootingfor Casey's' final observation. "It's $5,000.At Supt. Casey's request SFJC. The: clauses may also lived here for 39 :years and Is Zoning Committee in draw-

has notified the county It though work on It has (the book) presented to you approved for submission to file ,be) taken without credit for a resident of Klngsley Lake. Ing up a land use map of the
would be welcomed as partyto also been slow.Hampton's for your consideration and State Department of Education an audit fee of $6." Last week marked the 25th city. The Zoning committee

the suit. new school, how will be given to the learners" a reorganization, of the 'Classes will ,be held lone, anniversary of his restaurant will also assist the town but

But Judge Yawn told the ever, was Just 60 per cent The Board also opened bids county's 11 special education night per/ week for 11 weeks :business and he has been a will hold no ,Jurisdiction over
Board members last Wednesday complete last week and Harrisis Tuesday on bread, milk furniture -. units. Under the new plan from 7 to 10 pm.:, starting car dealer for 18. the work according to

court costs can be charged further behind on it 'than find petroleum products. three of the special Inlltruct t-f the first\Week in October.!; Noegel is married to the Chairman George Roberts.

against the county's sec- the Brooker school. The bread contract wan will ho assigned! to Bradford' Suggested.courses ,to b. offered -'. former Elizabeth Bryan of If the rest of the municip-
ondary road funds if the The old buildings are still awarded for" the second High: ((1 In grarlns) 7 A 8, 2 in '' (all',with three /redlt. I Lake City and has two child alities into the program.
SRD lose the suit. If the standing in each town how- utTalRbt year to Flowers Baking grades 0-12)), Oircp to RJE, hours} area EH-100, Th* English ren. go
uniform zoning
Roberts ,
a
Board Intervened the county ever, and students will be able Co., the low bidder. Fore- two to Starke Elementary, Language; EH-1,01.: B ste Coucltman McRae, holdingthe code says might be drawn up
would be a party to the suit to go there until: the new most Dairies was low bidder one to SouthsIHe, and two at English; MS-100. .,Principles of William 2 Is lab
Group poet a adopt
all the towns might
and would then not he in a schools are completed. for the second' straight year on ,the county level.Approved Mathematics; WM-100, The Group 4 analyst for the DuPont Company no ordinancesthus
to vocational- cents, half-pint. bid prices on Humanities; SO-100, The Social the same general
position protest court Work on the new milk at 6.7 per --- where he has been employed
costs being charged against technical center-!. progressing The 19116 bid was 8,5c: per various Items, lights, door Sciences; SH-200 Effective Mayor Carl Hurst, Police 14 making the zoning system -

the Secondary Road Funds, at a rapid rate Architect ha1(- lnt. frames, doors, airconditioningunits Speaking; ; .BHMOO, The Individual Chief Bill Rosser, and Clerk years. uniform and saving many
Yawn said. Morgan, told the Board, and Gulf Oil was low bidder on duct work, and carpetsfor In A Changing Environ (Merrill Edwards have all announced "I've enjoyed the first two hours of work.
by Sept. the renovation of 'A' ment. their candidacy but years. I hope to keep servingthe
The Board at a previous should be completed petroleum products and received "
meeting authorized the attorney 5. Brown Construction Co., the contract tor the second Building at BHS that Is being Persons interested in any of no one has yet qualified for people, McRae says. AmendedComplaint'

to Intervene in the Gainesville, has the contractfor straight year. The Board will done by the School' Board's these courses are asked to call the three posts.

suit but rescinded' the action the 'voc school and both purchase gas at 20.4 c per gallon maintenance personnel. 964-6800 or drop a post card Council Chairman Ruby .

Continued! On Page Four] Morgan and Supt.Tom: Casey ., motor oil 5Tc gal. gear Hired Accountant Neil to the Area. Vocational-Tech- :Johns, closing ,out her eighth
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have had hIgh' praise for the lube $1.25 per gal., chassis Tucker to audit school's property ncal Center, Drawer 100, year on the council, has not:?'

work, the firm is doing: lube 15c 'per pound In 120 andlunch, (room accountsat fitarke, Fla. by 8 pm. Monday yet Indicated whether she will In Lake SuitAn
Th1BoaM'apprbvedpaptlalpayments ; wheel lube same ,$10 pr hob{ not to exceed Aug.: 14.
Reserved,' Seat ; ; pound cans, make this race.Registration .
Tickets on ,four :construction price, fuel oil 11.79c per gal. 2000. 'I i(| .
jobll'.' $$89,611' on the vocational -. and kerosene 12,90c. _per gal. Approvedtransfers, of-six Ten From Area books are open amended complaint has
For: : 1967 :school. $23,021fdr the ,About 'l ,Ooo of furniturefor student: \,from) one county Degrees now and will remain open until !been filed In the Clay CountyZoning
To Get .
new Brooker, building,* .$14,- ,schools; at Brooker, Hampton school to another for various noon Saturday, August 26. Commission's suit

TORNADOFOOTBALL 098'' for the Hampton complex,' ((he new field house, and reasons. From U of F Persona who have voted in the against. James L. and! Louisa

and $6,939 for paving Jobs at other school offices was'' past two years will be removed Flynn of Jacksonville, who
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Bradford High and Lawtey awarded to the low. bids from Bradford Shows Ten residents of Starke and
from the voting list and the Commission contends are>
SEASON Junior High.A five companies surrounding: area will receive
,new 155-page school, In other action, the Board: Big IncreaseIn degrees when the spring tri- must? register again to be d erecting a structure on a

Will Go On Sale policy handbook compiled this -Received a request from Sales Tax mester of the 1966-87 academic eligible In the upcoming elec- Klngsley Lake lot In violationof
and Sup via year closes Saturday ,at the tion. r ordin
By summer by prlclpals CUBB Economic Agency the county's zoning
under fire from Bradford County Director showed a University of Florida. They
The CheerleadersTues. Casey came Bradford County Candidate Williams, who ance.
Vice-chairman ,Rodney Hall. Ruth Parley to provide spacein whopping 2663 per cent gainIn are: lives at 802 West Pratt Street
Howard complaint
., :Aug. '15 'Theproposed new document Starke to house a unit of sales tax collections for June Starke Joann The amended
was handed to the Board by the proposed Neighborhood 1987 as. compared with the Patray, Master of Nursing; has lived In Starke slm-a was in compliance; with an

5 HOME GAMES Russell Bedell already bound Youth Confer project. Mrs. same month last year. The Nolan Thomas Stephens, Mar 1937.: He Is employed as "out- Loudon order handed down' by Judge

$9.00 toget.herMIf meant for the (Darley explained t the expecteduse total was $27,65950 on June ter of Science_in Engineering. aide plant manager" for Inde- Group 4 Roger Waybrlghf' granting a;

completed form. of the building and agreed, 1967 sales: against $21,841.89 Hampton, Paul Leslie pendent Telephone Corp. A native Ire Is a native of Starke defense) motion for dismissal
Estbs (Master of Education. ,
1 If not, contacted call Hall objected because the at Supt. Cas.,'.. request, to for June 1966. of Melrose, he was with 36-years-old and a member of
Esther of the
Lawtey Phyllis complaint as originally
96f-6002' Board was not asked to.work submit her, request In writing This was the highest per- Education. Santa Fe Telephone Co. six the First? Presbyterian Church
for the Board to further con- Martin, Master of drawn. He gave the), plaintifften )
with the administration\ in of county In and the
centage gain any American Legion. Mc
Hol-
Lake Butler William years before coming to SArke.
compiling the new handbook. sider. the. area. Union County was Rae Is married to the former days In whlcb] to. ., .rewrite
'lls Winkle Master of Educa
,
This Space Contributed Sup" Tom Casey repeatedly ; Approved the ,hiring of second with a 14.36 per cent Williams to a member of the Marian Kurtz, haa two children the document. "

Weekly to Publicize told him, however,' the book five teachers. and resignationsof gain; Alachua showed 1092 tion.Keystone Heights -.;.. ;JeanE. :Madison Street Baptist and resides at 1210 Bradford The amended comptalfif,

i Community Events by was. being presented for the two per cent gain; Baker County ._ B.. Dertbleyktr,. Bachelorof Church and has served as dea Street filed by attorneys for the
'I" Board to read, and -Submitted the of ahead 5.38 cent:while con.
The Community approve ( names was per Arts; Phillip Merrill John, He Is married to the commission follows
make changes. S. G. Denmark and S L. Peek Clay County had a 3.63 per PHD.! former Joyce' Thomas of IIF.KSEY REUNION: generally
State Bank Hall said he had spent Many Jr. to the State Departmentof cent decline. SET FOR AUG. 20 the line of the original com
Melrose Albert M. Cone- Starke and hs two children?:
!hours several years ago compiling Education plaint which that'th.property
tof appointmentto Gas tax collections In Bradford asserts *
Accounts now Insuredup kin, Doctor.of Education; Donald Art Loudon Is The annual Hersey '
information a policy the Santa Fe. Junior Col- County for June totaled: making his Family owned by the
$15,000 by handbook but nobody was interested E. Williams, Bachelor of second Reunion will be held Sunday '
lege Committee. try for Starke
Advisory One $55.00420. a decrease of a council "
Is ima.
Flyims too
Arts In Education. Aug. 20, at the : 1 for erqc-
Ralph Merritt
Federal Insurance and it ended in
Deposit up will be appointed. Denmark is around $5,000 under the $60.- seat. He ran for the first
Lak* Geneva Edgar Daila place on Bedford Lake. Families tlon of Another' two-family
the
trash
Corp. can. now serving on the committee
1W,8 collected In June 1966. '
Cook. Jr., PKD. ,Mme last ;year for the post attending are asked to residence. -
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Mr and Mrs, W W Wardof Mrs.

the Albany week ,guests Ga. were of Mr.first and of spent friends the and Rosemary relatives past week Strickland with I and Mr family and Mrs of S.Jacksonville E. Revu- I Kearny Miss N.Valari J. has been Adesso a guest of[ I State who Department has of Agricul
in Miami, were Berry Co-op Files For Charter Has tare assisted the
Mrs. W. F. Glenn. New York, and Canada.Mr. J. S. visiting Mr. and airs I of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and local committee In formation
Mr. Sapp on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. R. R.
a and Mrs. Jerome Edwards and Mrs. Barney McRae Chlsm, for ten of the co-op.

!Were/ ; visiting1 and children Mr. and of Naples,Mrs. Pensacola and Mrs. AI from Harley were in and children and Mrs.of Bill Arlington Jackson I days.Mr.. and Mrs. Bryce C. Titus 22 M mb rJ53Acres SignedApplication Menasco praised the time

GLADYS Merrill 'Edwards last wee) Wednesday to attend Sunday the fune-'to Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. J. GStaloaker ; ".Sd .children, Bryce; Jr., ,.ju>d and ettoM'< put into the project
the local
MOOTY and Lacy ,.Staloal Reggie, Gray and Neva ral of Mrs. McRae's / ,pave returned ,from a
Phone 961-7608 Jayne ''iFlynn will spend the William F. brother. lot Boston Mass: were vlaitlug: ,vjslt} with friends and relatives tor a qhortor the ,marketing agreement Is "There (Is no way you can
t
-' ''weekend with their grandmother Saturday.pr.. Bailey who died Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Jackson ijn) Cadillac! Mich., ,their form- for the .Bradford Strawberry,I set for ,a meeting to be held fall with" this type of coopera

Mrs. J. A. Howe of Lakeland L. B. Jordan is onI.lud. .m.tr. .Mae ,tplcAtger, In. and /fr,. the past two weeks. 1 er .home. They a lso attended Cooperative was mailed to at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1PJace tion.
l ,Barney I
Ia visiting her daughter,' the Gainesville Medical Center Tamp Jr. of Lake City, Mr. and McRae< Mrs. Mr, .apd Mrs. ,.Morgan .RIQh-,1, the Golden Wedding AanJvsr--, tTal.lahasse\ ': Wednesday. James of the meeting will be Officers and directors of the
Mrs. R. A. Newaom, for several .'I following a light stroke Diane and Dawn Lee of Al Harley of Merritt Island, arde visited Mr. and Mrs. vary celebration of Mr. Titus'' W. -GaaWni, chairman of the announced later. new corporation, will likely be
weeks. lost week. Mobile, Ala. are visiting their and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner Buck and family In East Palatka i parents, Mr.. apd Mrs. Glen organizing committee, an- Monday night's meeting was elected at the September 1
(Mra. Mae Jones aunt Mr. : on Tuesday.Mr. \ THUS nounced yesterday. attended W. T. Menasco meeting.
and
by
grandchildren ((Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sr. and! Vergle Flynn, for of Orlando and their children I
JJ.l\ .9 and AitHuJones Mrs. J... H. Futch spent the ten days. were here during and Mrs. N. D. Lyndon Mrs. Loyree Cocomise andMrs. The Cooperative has 22 marketing specialist'! with tru
(the
of Jacksonville \ ,(Mrs. G. J. McGrlff weekend [and children have returned tto.. Desta Dyal attended charter members, represenl'nj
the.Fj&rUla
}'c it: :.csKeaa .With Sr. returned to attend I
jc/BUUxea/: in. the of
Crawford-Paia
last Thursday visitors of Mrs. Tampa last Wednesday from wedding on Saturday"ttei< ; their: .home Jn South?, Hadley I. !! : .Furniture: .Market. 153: acres of strawberries Recent Births adoption a daughter, Leslie,
W E. Mlddleton.Mr. nirit. Ida Sue 1'ynl III 1 no seven Weeks'( visit with Mr. Moss after three weeks visit'I show in Miami from Thursday approximately 50 per cent of Mr and -Mrs Johnsof three months old. Maternal

and Mrs. George Mori Ilion working itt Morgan's Beauty wand I Mrs. Patrick T. McGriff in noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Mike Coldwire Mr..with. Mrs. Lyndon's pnrentJ' to Sunday. the total acreage planted to Macclenny announce Tommy die J.grandparents W. Ritch of are Starke.Mr. and Mrs.
and Urn. Charles111111', berries In
and family of !Milwaukee I Misses ': Bradford County.
Leesburgand : Shop on Tuewluyn and Thiirailuys. Wla. of Houston, Texas were visitIng Mary and Martha
Mrs. R. (M. Johnson of (Adv.) Seaman 2/C and Mrs. Mr.' and Mrs. Gilbert Gold--" at th.e. State .Farm. Bolllnger returned Sunday Closing date for joining as .a.
LouiSVille, Ky. were lust' Wednesday !. Mr. and Mrs., L. O. Hazen Robert Nobles of Norfolk, Va. wire last week. Mrs. R. A Nettles has had from William Carey College, cnarter: member was August
overnight quests; of visited Mi-a.\. George Barber In spent last week with their Mrs. N. P. RIccarcll and as ror.en.t guests her son Hattiegburg Atlas for the remainder -I 8. BILL POWELL REAL
sons .. ESTATE
!Mr and Mrs.( Henry: Morrison. Gainesville on Sunday. : parents, Air. and Mrs. NoblesSr. of Miami are visiting Mr. and Ralph Nettles Jr. and fam- of the summer. The. 22 members are: -
Mr. and Mrs. Girt: Mathews: Mr.( and Mrs. George Hug ., la Lake City, and fir and Mrs. F }Y. Strickland for two ily, of Soufii Florida, and her Attending the Dr. Bill Rice's' George W. Sapp, Lloyd Grlffls '
visited !Mr. end Mrs. Bruce gins and family are vacationing :Mrs. Charles Darby In Starke. weeks. daughter, Mrs. John Young Youth Ranch at Murfreeaboro, James Waters, Steve Starling TO
Mathews In Gainesville on In South Florida this :Mrs. J. L. Kite and nieces, Mr. and Mrs. J C. : of Ovledo.Mr Tenn. this week are: Nancy Wlllard Gasklns, Oscar
Sunday and took the Tour ()tl week.: Joy Lynn Merrl and LIsa Collins and children. of Palatka. VInIng were_ : and !Mrs. Bobby WelchOf and Elizabeth Thomas, Marilyn Carter, Luttier Milliard.. n _. _LBA.tnn____.. BUY-SELL-TRADE
Homes. Mrs. BlanoUe Englander I: and of Pelham, Ga. were ;vacationing Sunday evening dinner u Jackson} Mlsa. are spending Bollinger, Connie Thorn- Morgan Jr., H. C. Wain-
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. HariUoa. I ( ugti'ter' ptisan of Foist .;)L.au- last week In Gatlln- Mr. And Mrs L. D. VinIng.guestsof two weeks with her parents ton, Joan and Gall Whitehead, wrIght, Marcus Mosely, Edwin CALL: 964616.1
were In Waycross, Ga. over derdale were Friday to Monday burg; Tenn. Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr, Paul Faulkner, Billy Myrick, Starling W. H. Hayes, Carl E. '
the weekend to attend a family visitors of Mr. and :Mm. Mrs. Faye Johnson and son, Tuesday from two weeks- after :which they 'will go to Dwight Thomas, Danny Ricks! Crtffis, Roy demons Arthur AFTER IIRS: 533-2018
reunion at ,the home of her L. D. Green and family. Shane, are In. Nashville, Tenn. visit with her son-in-law Crestvjew where they will Joe Spence, Rev. and( Mrs R. Gaskins, James W. Gaskina,
mother. Mrs. R. T. Hipps. I 'Mrs. C. D. Williams I* visiting this week visiting her grandparents (laughter Mr. and 'Mrs. C.and M.. make their home and teach Donald Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs S. C. Harley. Sr., ,C. F..Carter, WRITE: P.O. BOX 1089
Mrs. J. A. Scanlan and son.! her Mr. school ,this fall Robert and Mrs Claude Rowe Leon Starling, '
nephew, Bill Clark, in, and Mrs. O. S Patrick. In West Florida. Sapp Fate
Joe, of Catlett, Va. are spendIng a hospital in Eau Gallic.Mrs. Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Torode of !Mrs. C. A. Bauer and daughter Brown. Guy Jones, and James E. Grlf- VISIT: 401 W. MADISON ST.
a month with her mother Mrs. Beth, of Greenville Miss. Mr. and fls. 1 STARKE
: Edith Christiansen' Jaines Barclay and St. Augustine were visiting Mrs. J. D. Warren .
Mrs. O. I* Haynes Sr. sister, (Mra. Ella Moody, of I daughter, ,Anna Lou, of Greenville Mr. and Mrs' W. E. Torode were weekend guests of Mr. and family are returning today i The by-laws and marketing
'Mr. and Mrs., Bill Morar and and Mrs. R. V.: Turner. Mrs. agreement of the new FARMS ACREAGE
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Green Cove Springs are In Mew! were weekend guests of over the weekend. from a week's visit with relatives cooperative .
family of Panama City spent :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Miss ,Ann Turner and daughters and in Spencer, W. Va. and were discussed, and minor : Rstete. Broker HOMES
Spears last
La. :
the weekend with Mr. and Orleans for a mon,th's spent their guests Visited Silver I changes made at COMMERCIAL\
dale and family at the homo; week with Mr. and Mrs. Rich- also attended the 60th wedding ;! a meeting
Mrs. H. A. Xjitwaon. visit with relatives. of Springs on Saturday. On Sunday held in the Lawtey school
Mrs.
C. G. Barksdale on ard Whitehead in Tavares. anniversary of Mrs. Warren's -
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Mrs. N. 1.. Woodburn ) Mrs Alice Anderson and cafeteria Tuesday night. Final I'
and Hampton Lake. Mrs. Barclay, Mrs S. L. Peek Jr. and I parents, Mr. and Mrs 'I
Wrye and ilr. and Mrs daughter. Candy, :visited Mr Anna Lou, and Bobble Sue daughter Dee Walters, 'will Gainesville.the Bauerg visited relatives In J. W. Dye. adoption of Coe by-laws and I
Charles Godby of Augusta and Mrs. Barksdale attended the Peter leave John Adams visited Rex
Keith Reeves In Wednesday for a visit
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Struth
were Sunday guts of Ol\-Cumby wedding In Jacksonville Roddy Brown in Miami over the SUMMER
with relatives In Dublin and
!iMr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Winter Park on Sunday. on Saturday. and family of Atlanta, Ga. are weekend. Local admittances to Brad- k'1
Mr. Candy remained. Louisville, Ga., and will attend visiting his Mr. and ford
and Mrs. Gordon Wagar with )her bro- Marsha and Brenda. Clem- the graduation of parents Jean Whiffen Is visiting her County Hospital this
Lynwood
of N. Walnut ,Street)lava ,ther-in-law and Mrs.. Merrill Struth, this week. ,week include: Mrs. Marie
moved sister for
several mons are visiting their bro- Walters from Furman University grandmother, Mrs. L. E. Natt,, SAVINGSOne
to Grlffa(| Loop. ( days' visit. ther-in-law 'and slater. Mr." and In Greenville S. C. on /Mallon. Dale and Dean In Miami this week. Dent, Mrs. Nancv_. CnIBmA.n.____m__. '
( Mrs. Jack Mills, In Key Wcat August 18. Locke 'of: Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter, 'Mrs. Pauline Taylor, Charles
for two weeks. Sunday to Wednesday of last Mr. and Mrs. Wade Mrs. Linnle Belle Har
Mr. and Mrs. Rich- James W. Gas-
Morgan
I I iMr. and Mrs. David Coats I arde were visiting friends and ,week with their grandmother kins, and Mr and Mrs. C. F riB W. C. Holllngsworth Sr.,
Mrs. Shellle H. Gerle.
They and Mrs. Anna
attended a 'Florida Hotel and relatives in South Florida Carter and grandson all of Bollinger, all Onete Group Lades
their Mr. Group Ladles
accompanied parents, of Starke
Motor Hotel board of directors Lawtey, returned last week ; LonrUe Smith, Jo 1
Purchasing '.'I!meeting In Orlando from FriI attended from Thursday the Beos-Rltch to Monday wedding and- and Mrs. Brad Locke, to their from a 12,000 mile round-trip 'Evans Griffis, and Mrs. Louise' Famous Brand NameSportswear Famous Brand NameSportswear
home in Rosier
Agent day to Sunday. In, Fort Lauderdale Sat new Magdalene camping. tour to Alaska. of Lawtey; Mrs. Mary i
I I IMr. and !Mrs. Billy Norman urday. They also visited Rev Shores Tampa on Wednesday Sgt. and Mrs. B. H. Spears Lou Yarbrough pf .Ralford;,
Extraordinary i and children of Miami afternoon. Mr. Locke was pro have had William L. Reynolds Sr. of
; I were and Mrs. John Brabham and moted as guests Trooperand
to
,I Sunday overnight guests of Special Representative Mrs. Keystone Heights; and Mrs.
That'sMom family In Davie. Millard Gillman of $200 $300One
for Nabisco Co. for Publlx Alice
Starling of
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and Mrs. Roy Clemrnona.Mr Chlefland Graham.
on Sunday, and
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.! I and Mrs. E. G. Patz, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray TU- Stores In the South Florida Trooper Carson Turlington Attending the Harmony Bay
ley

j.i4's: : J I day go to to meet Jacksonville their exchange Satur- past Mr. of week Jacksonville with their spent parents the, area.''Mrs. Paul FaulRner: and' Sunday and son to of Tuesday.Pensacola from City Youth this MusIc week Camp: are at: Panama Jimmy I One Group Ladies Group ..BoysDungarees
and Mrs.
J. d. Jackson daughter, Susan, Mrs. Wood- Crosby, Don
Hardy
Miss Ellsa Reklla of and Mr. Mrs. W. B. Taylor of Jacksonville Greg Famous Brand Name
I and Mrs Robbie Shal- row Thomas, and Mrs. Emory Nichols, Harlan
Lahti, Finland who will spend ler. 'was visiting Rev. and Jennings, Billy
II I the coining school year with Lewis accompanied] Mrs. Tilley Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale from McRae, Rlc Yaun, Debra Prevail Sportswear Sizes 8-16
II the Pats family John Arthur Reddish underwent Corbitt to her home in Tampa Carol Hardy, Nancy'''
to
Thursday
I Miss Dorothy Swanbom has nose surgery in St. vm-j last Saturday. Mrs. Corbitt Diana; Rhoden Sunday. Proctor, Sandra and Linda 3 Pr. ,ForThere's
cent's had been, has returned
Hospital on visiting here for the Haas, Katherine $400
returned from a three weeks' Monday. from three weeks Peek, Patty
I visit with her aunt Mrs. past three weeks. Judy Eifert In Yardley visit, Pa.with Rosier, and Nancy Cay. $488

Mabel( Peterson, In Chicago, .
HI.

Miss Louise Stern will leave ,
"M" is for the many cents she's saved today for two weeks vacation
us .
"*,That's shopping Mom smartly the making every penny count! and Mrs.study W. In M.New Wimberly York City.has '' only one word for these new Thorn MeAn

purchasing mass-produces
agent love
we moved to 637 N. Walnut St.
with ashopping cart and a for
nose bargains! hack-to-sclIOO

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because she's a shrewd shopper and a systematic Published every Thursdayat
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saver. -
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:the family needs!! Second class postage paid

at Starke, Fla. :

HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED Subscription Rate.: ,

I In trade area: ".00 pr

; The Community State Bank year; $2.29 six months.

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I Dianna Gail McClung Weds Beverly Crawford Miss Judy McRae guts into the dining room I

Q'K K mCNNd, r f fR fi I Henry \\'. Wellhausen In Maxville ComplimentedAt Is Honoree At for Assisting refreshments.in serving were h

Alias Dianna: Gall McClung,, arrangement of roses and wore Two PartiesMiss Morning PartyMiss !IW a tiIr,Qtaeryl McRae, Beverly
daughter of Mr. and Mrs matching petal headpieces. ){r ,tet1J Jl{' Wilson, and Kay

Aubry C. McClung and Henry' Miss Penny Griffis, cousin Beverly Crawford( ., Judy McRae, bride Coit ott. .'t
GLADYS MOOTY Waver Wellhmmen, son of Mr. of the groom served as flower whose marriage to Gone Pass I elect of August 29, was com The hosteVtees presented the

Phone 964-7608 and Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen, KM: and Gregg McClung brother was an event of Saturday! plimented at a Coca-Cola party honoree with a silver serving

all of Mnxvillo.\ were united f fmarriage In of the bride was ring afternoon, was honored fit twct Saturday morning, given piece 03 a memento of the oc.cRslon.
on August 4 at 8 bearer. delightful parties last week. by Mrs\ Randal Chitty Jr., Mra. .
Rehearsal Dinner ,I p.m. in the Maxville BaptlatChurch The bride, given In marriage Mrs. Inman Green gave a E. D. Tenly Jr., and Mrs. E. Fifty-five guests called be-

For Bees-Ritch with Rev. Robert by her father, wore an empire miscellaneous shower ror Ml3j D. Tcnly, at the home of the tween the hours 10 and 11:30:

Knight performing the nupt- walsted sheath gown of Chan/- Crawford on Thursday nightat latter.A a.m.
Wedding Party iala. tllly lace over summer satin her home on Raiford Koud. pink color motif was car-

The altar was decorated with a detachable: chapel train. Arrangements of yei: >w and ried out In the flower arrangements ...,.
with baskets of gladioli Her white summer flowers were throughout the party SCHEDULE
veil
'Mrs. Grace: Ritch was hostess pom- was secured to a tiara
and used for the occasion with Cue rooms. The linen OF SERVICES
at a rehearsal dinner last poms greenery against a of seed pearls. She carried a pink covered
background of branched cande- cascade of carnations and same flowers centering the refreshment refreshment. table was centered -
Friday night In the
banquetroom '
at the Marina Mol'el in labra with burning tapers. stephanotis centered with a table which was with a tall arrangement of ST. EDWARD'S CIIURCII

I Fort Lauderdale honoring her bL (Miss Martha Butler, cousin white orchid on a white Bible. coveted with a white cutwork white, pink, and rose hibiscus Starke ..
a 4.'A of the bride, was pianist and Mrs. McClung chose for her cloth. Balancing the centerpiece and pompoms. Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.d
son Jimmy, and his fiancee, I
jtlss Lynn Bees, accompanied Mrs Becky daughter's wedding a two- were two silver candle Mrs. Tenly Jr. greeted Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m.
J their wedding rehearsal.following hi y R ?) Barkadale who sang "0 Promise piece blue lace dress with holders with yellow tapers guests at the door and stand- I Miraculous Medal Novena: *
Mrs. Louie Belie Parks in Saturday 7 .
Centering the long Me, "True Love and matching accessories and a presided log the receiving line were p. m.Confessions
table banquet "The Lord's Prayer." blue carnation corsage. at the punch bowl, and Mrs. Tenly Sr., the honoree : 1p.\ m. and 7-
was an arrangement of
white carnations and daisies L. \Vellhnuatin served his Mrs. Wellhausen, mother of Mrs. W. O. Stl-lngfcllow assisted p. m. _

r ,"h. v, with a single White taper In brother as best man and the the groom, wore a blue knit In serving. daughter, Gerrl, as hostess ST. WILLIAM'S CIIt'RCIl"Keystone
ushers Among the 33: guests were The luncheon table
the center. This was flankedby were Claude North, dress and blue carnation cor- was Heights
Carol Jean Cox cousin of the groom Tom Wilson Mrs. Betty Crawford, motherof centered with a pyramid at-
two candles Sunday Mass
either 7:30
green on : : a. m.
Weds Mr. uncle of the bride and sage.A reception was held In the the honoree and Mrs Elise rangement of pink and white and 9 a. m.Wednesday. ,
Geiger side.Bridal Roger Chllaon. Pass, mother of the bride- gladioli carnations and
place cards marked church social hall where baskets porn- : Mass and Novena -."<
the seating for (Mrs. Erma Wilson, aunt of of pink and white gladioli groom. poms. Down the length of file 7
arrangement p.m.
The horn of Rev. R. T. Will the guests who included thee ; 1Lic the bride, attended as matron were placed behind the The hostess presented, the table. was a garland of Ivy. ST. MART'S CHURCH
]Hams the of honor In floor honoree with an electric can Bridal place cards marked w
| was setting: for th bride and groom their wedding a length taffeta bride's table. The table was Macclenny
| marriage of Miss Carol Jean party, and the immediate fam gown overlaid with pink covered with a pink lace cloth opener aa a memento of the the seating arrangement for Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. .
i I. Cox. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ilies. The honored couple pre- & chiffon with a satin bow at over white satin and decorated( occasion. the 12 guests ...'.
Ray A. Cox. to William B. sented personal guts to their the back waist and streamers; with white carnations and "- The hostesses presented the

i i Geiger, son. of Mr. and Mrs. attendant during the dinner. down to the hem. She wore a greenery.: At one end of the A luncheon was given for honoree with a white pompom THE RIGHT POINT for the.,
O. C. Geiger all of Starke. matching flower petal headpiece !- table was a five-branch silver: Miss Crawford. In the Pecan corsage and two pieces of her
I The and carried cascade Room of die Garden Restau- chosen china pattern as a the way :you WTrItl!. Come In
double-ring: ceremony was Mary Lynn Bees Becomes Bride a candelabra with white tapers
held Saturday afternoon, July Lawson Family I arrangement of rose pink carol I The punch table was Identical rant on Friday with Mrs. E. L memento of tine occasion. and select your favorite ES-

111, at 1 p.m. Sets Reunion Of James H. Ritch In Ft. Lauderdale nations. I to the bride's table. Matthews and daughter, Betsy, McRae, and Mra. O. S. Brown, TERBROOK foi'jifaln pen.
I f The bride wore a street Miss Barbara Whitehead Mrs. James Harvey of Pal- and Mrs Harry Mooty and mother of the bridegroom- TELEGRAPH

length dress of white lace and Descendants of the lafe Mr. I Miss Mary Lynn Bees, daisies and fern. and Mrs. Carolyn Wellhausen, /atka cut the bride's cake and and her mother Mrs. J. E. elect Mrs. Chitty invited the

satin with a whlfe cover and Mrs. H. O. Lawson helda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Wendy Anderson, slster-ln/-law of the bride, attended I assisting in serving were Mrs.

Jacket. She wore a corsage of family reunion at the M. L. Robert Webster Ross of Fort bridesmaid wore a gown and as bridesmaids. The) Joe Schaeffer of Mlddleburg,
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white carnations with baby Lawson ranch on Sunday Lauderdale and James Hamil- headpiece identical to the were attired Identical fo the and Mrs Maxie Carter Sr. of ,_ .T.O ( sOHOOl. _1

blue ribbon and silver net Aug. 6, with 71 direct descendants ton Rltch II, son of Mrs. Grace honor attendant's and also honor attendant except in rose S8 rke. Miss Rockl I Smith of

Attending. the wedding were attending. Ritch of Starke, exchanged carried a ''bouquet of Marguerite pink. They carried a cascadu Parkersburg, W. Va., uouaiu STARKE LAZA .;.
the families of the bride and Included in the group were nuptial vows on Saturday,I daisies. of the bride, kept the brldj's Open All Day Every Day

groom and Intimate friends. four cousins, Mr. and Mrs. August 5 at 4 p.m. In St. Given in marriage by her receiving line were Mr. and book. 8:30: A.M. to 7 P.M. Frl. & Sat.

Mr.( and Mrs. Stephen F. Al- Ernest Lawson Miss Mira Jerome Catholic Church, Fort father, the bride wore a floor Mrs. Ross, Mrs.( Hitch, the After a week's wedding trip I

varez attended the couple as I(Lawson and Mrs. Will Spannof Lauderdale with Father Sam- length gown of silk linen featuring -, bride and groom and! two to South Florida the couple y
witnesses. Dothan, Ala. and Tommy uel Kerr, visiting priest from an Alencon lace bodice 'bridal attendants. will reside In Green Cove

A reception was held at the Keisler of Jacksonville.' Twen- England performing the dou- with long sleeves, ruffled at I)( The bride's table was covered Springs The bride traveled In 1 yla
1 home of the bride's parents. ty-three direct descendantswere ble-ring ceremony. the wrist. The A-Ilne skirt.,, with a white linen cloth a two piece: knit rose pink
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I, The brftle's table was covered unable to a' end. The 'Decorating the altar were was fashioned with a floating' and centered with a three-tier suit with matching pink ac
I with a white lace cloth and oldest in the group was M. L. two arrangements of white back panel. tier shoulder ed wedding cake decorated' cessories. She is a graduate of

I centered with an arrangement Lawson, and the youngest was gladioli, mums and pompoms. length veil was attached to a with white and yellow rosebuds Baldwin High School and Is
| of white mums. Miss Diane I a five months old baby. Mrs. William E. Rlchert headpiece of lace petals adorned and topped with miniature employed with Life & Casualty

I Cox presided at the punch The covered dish was organist played nuptial music with pearls. She carried a wedding bells. At either Insurance Co. in Jacksonville.The .
supper
bowl and Miss Gloria June during the ceremony. bouquet of yellow rosebuds end of the table were silver groom Is a graduate of
tables In the
spread on picnic
.. McKinney cut the .three-tier- Brian Bees, brother of the and a white orchid. Her only candelabra with white tap l'9. Baldwin High School and Florida -
ed wedding cake, which was yard. bride, served as best man, and ornament was a string of I I The punch table was covered Technical College, and Is a '

decorated with tiny pink rose- CARD OF THANKS the ushers were Calvin Pace pearls, a gift of the groom. with a white linen cloth: overlaid -,' television technician In Green
buds. and John Ritch, cousin of the Mrs. Ross chose for her with an heirloom lace Cove Springs. Jamboree

The couple left on a week'si Our heartfelt thanks to all groom. daughter's wedding a pink lace cloth. At one end was a crys-I \
wedding trip to Georgia and Airs. Eleanor Simons was dress and a white orchid cor tal punch 'bowl and at the CrenshawHerseyEngagement
who extended comforting
; sym- .
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matron of honor, wearing a
now reside In Starke. other end
j were silver trays I
pathy ana Help in our recent pale yellow chiffon, empire- sage.Mrs.. Ritch mother of the with finger sandwiches. A .

THE BIGHT POINT for the sorrow. For the beautiful services styled gown trimmed with groom, wore a lime green lace third table was covered In .
write. Com in floral offerings, food matching Venice lace at the and crepe dress, and a white white linen and held silver Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cren- ..
way you cards and other kindnesses we bodice avd tulle Ocala the
a pale yellow orchid corsage. shaw of announce .
and select joar: favorite E8 ( trays of assorted nuts and a
are deeply grateful. The fam- headptf j with veil. She car- A reception was held in the silver of engagement of their daughter, .
compote
TERBROOK fountain pen. ily of John H. Wells, Jr. ried a bouquet of Marguerite church hall. Standing in the grapes. The bride's book purple table Betsy Lynn, to Elbert Eugene ....

t was Hersey. son of Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL DRESSES .
covered with an heirloom -
lace and cutwork cloth and Clyde Hersey of Thereaaa 1. I. .
The wedding will take placeon .l
held a single silver candlestick :. # '
Bodcocitb September 2 in the Fellow- ""p-.x.
, John Ritch with white of Gainesville taper. Mrs.cut ship Baptist Church, Ocala. 3toOXand7to12

Miss Crenahalw graduatedfrom
the bride's cake and Mrs. Calvin -

75 7''? ; bowl.Pace presided at the punch 1964, and Ocala/from High Central School Florida in 1 S .I : \

After Junior College In 1966. She Is
a wedding trip to $299
now employed as secretary In
Grand Bahama Island, the
ALL BADCOCK DINETTES die: Geology Department, University tQf '
will
couple reside at 610 S.E. '
4r of Florida.Mr. i ,
Have Mar, Slain and Heat /
.* ?nd Ave" Boynton Beach. The J II
r } Hersey graduated from
Resistant HI-PRESSURE 'W bride chose for

PLASTIC TOPS i. o Yl 'I ; tailoied Navy blue traveling suit with a Bradford and served High two School years with In 1962 the, $3.99 & $5.99

matching accessories and the
(B) ( $10.00 y .4.d'l orchid from her bridal bou- U.S. Army. He Is now employed -. d" An outstanding new selection, styled
t rT; TRADE-IN ..r'a,, u,, 'Ja3 'Aa with Clay Electric Cooperative F \ ? and detailed Jn the finest fabrics. 1
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Fort Lauderdale High School in plaids, stripes, solids, checks and
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DINETTE Road Elementary School, ception. 1 1 1a'
: Boynton Beach.: 1'
: ( Mr. Rltch graduated from I WhittleRobinsonDate r, ,

Bradford High School and the PostponedThe r. 1 f
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roplacomonl luaran'... ../ .i lie b.ddlna._ $5 At 21, the policy jumps to $5,000. Still the same : $1.00 U

11" Dry .trail.Stoom ..____..$ us 8 PIECE DOWN I low premium.It's Bumlm In Tale

tf I 'Iron.."__..$12.95 MAPLE BUNKBED ,. I a money-saving way to get your youngsters a tlwcea stn A. ,
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\.el.. I Hand Ml or___$ OUTFITS started on their own insurance program. Cash and w a9KSC.C10.11Bays'

''I Coffee Moka.M$14.9S V/V'; Wood '" S 4 a df loan values can help with college, starting a bus i- SHORT SLEEVE J "- .'

) DINtTT tt< X Slice Toa.tarDeluxe .....$15.9' 5Iurdlly'f,, f s .ness, getting married. Call today about the Juvenile 3 t

CHAIRS :: Jalora INCLUDES Maple' FlnbJlDD I Estate Builder policy. No-Iron! Shirts

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$69.5 : .211.de Choma from solid! 01'
pod.' New rail "
woven
2 Spring .p BILL POWELLPhone plaid' hava full Ivy burton $ 99 / KNEE-HI t t
.21.,04n' I down co".,.. long tea, )
ft OVER THE KNEE
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Sand .,.
ADJUSTABLE METAL IRONING BOARDS MattreMe* e buttonutordi chat e
r ft.. Standard D.luxe Guard (R toil ? 904-0161. 401 W. Madison St. In 9 color Chasm. Campus .j.t' u .

Adjust from IW I N.... Style Rubber" LocIdar V I.

te 3a" high. N. Tip L.g.. Icrfrtybracei. $ t- Starke, Florida BOYS' SIX SHOOTER ) Hose ::. :
ail Felde'' lack... Adu| f. frem 9 995 "eetw.
g 48.95. .p t Hat.i 6 7 2S"'al6': : :' Sou oxrI No-Iron Jeans r : 59c f.

I J ta1He1 Ie$8l' $2 A WEEK n' /
eo. Plc Beokcote HeadBoard Dunbl.' 111/4/ 01 (will ri- '
Infmcid .. all $99 r to $1.QO a
CAe1N Outfit 3129.93 ooinli of :J'
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office informed each ,. ..'
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TI plaintiff on August 3 by letter I
that he will ad vine Tax ;" 1
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S Si Collector J. n. J r
t tn, 'ti16{ I 14 to proceed! with statutory 1 4 rlrlrl 4
enforcement procedures unless
the balances due for 1965: fax t R

OB plus inherent from April l llOBfl 4' "'' : rt.i1 '
are piild In full betor'

that date. He cites as cause

Judge Murphree's decision a r
handed down July. 26 which
dismissed the timber firms'

suit to haVe their asBessmeivts

lowered trom ,,$79 per!: acre,"' to
I around $15.Container.

I Corp. Is billed t for..

Oilman$32.093 ''Raypnler t'pper''Co.Inc.. $23,641 6080.., q'c; ;:: : k ;

Owens-IlIInoltt,, $1,287 and '
club r! ,
Nelaojh Blocker. ; $1,109. J ru


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!'Itarlu.'.. National < imr (Continued Prom Paw One) Makes First Ihe .
Shipment flrttt order or ntfil joists, IrJtouft..1, l ut the n nvSdwke
{ near the Camp ItlunilliiK puriule ground Here an Impromptu, "conferi-iH'e" IH being ,
plant of Open J te4. Jolwt, Inc. ,
wile lat
August 2 on Judge Yawn's shipped out
hold' In the company street shortly after moving In Sunday afternoon. .
F recommendation.The Thursday to Jiirkmiu. Blow I'lw| (..., of Jtu k..<>nvUI... The order

Train/ AtIBIonding I attorney said he made was for 127 joints, weighing 12 tow, shown here being Iwadc4

4 the recommendation on the Steel Joist Plant OIl truck bj iiverhnul crane.
I basis of readings from briefs

I filed The In suit the case.wan oilglnally! In 'It* Initial, operation, the. Owen plant hay I, 16 employed!

't filed In Leon County two with plane. to lia\e one n.Miiibly line up to full strength by

j years ago but was transferred Now In Operation {September>> I u total. of 26 employe. Full potential of the

m It looked like "the old days'"at' to Bradford County last plant; M fonxtriK'teilr. IH. threat ,_'Ibly! linen' with a. total
: Camp Blanding this week a spring. It results from the of 75 to 80 t) employeFred -*.
-aa more than 3,800 Florida power company having! to ,.,.

-National' Guardsmen moved in I move\, its poles twice. the second -
:|[Sunday for 15 days of sumrfner time just a few feet In
field training much of 4'
1 the widening of the highway.
'il rA
Which will center around !ilot

:control 1 techniques FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
-, Contingents, of the Guard' STARKE
Jfrorn. all pArts of Florida are ?l I A + r 4 I

"bivouaced over a vast area 3i k RIIr. W Sunday Sunday School 1 i
atretctyng from the OCS build- ) 9:49: a. m. Morning Worship ,

*,,\lngs at Blinding: th ough- .Co: I 11 a. m.. sermon "Such As I I 9 I Sl ,
..sand hills south to Magnolia Have." Training Union' 8:15.:
.-Like. a,. distance of'Il me 10 Evening Worship T:30: 'sei'-' .'
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:toi 15: miles: 'y mon, "The Mote and The
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The Blanding training period + Beam." '

"was a last minute decision,. MondayR., A., 6:10:: p. m. ly -c.
,called for by both the! U.S. Youch Choir. 7 p. m. +E !
.Department: of Defense and S TuesdayEthel Biggs Cir
"-"Gov. Claude Kirk. Advance pLt .. .... --.- -nv.ti-..-vh.-, ..- cle at home of Mrs. James q ,

details from many of, the units 1st !Sgt. Kobert'jruke glues. last minute Instruotlons. to a group of Gimnlsinen Phillips 7:30: p. m. 7
wire alrea'dy!' enroute \t'o Fort Wednesday Meeting.
-- Prayer
" tiff 'for a swim; In nearby '
.Stewart Ga. when word was KlngNley Luke. tarkw! Ounrdsnien were 'lucky In their. 7:30: p.m. Church Choir,
-received to turn around and locution niunylother rompunlei. were tttrnng out In the mind hills from Klngsley/ tolllugnolla 815.:: c I

::proceed to Camp Blan'ding.I' I / Lake. Thursday Visitation 10 I
<*> Some 2.000' Florida I ,
a. m.and7p.m. -
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" Guards-men malnJy conaprh.hlg weeks In pup tents. At Stewart loan from the Georgia National I ;_4"' aft "J (p d- '- j.
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artillery units continued to ; only the second week of Guard. .. ,,,,
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:;):;tewart for their training.. the encampment period is Units shifted to train,, at Phone Use HitCan't %elding ) I. -,' .-. -.-- --.- :;}-t_,- '.,.. ..... I

Because Blanding Is now spent on bivouac. Blanding are from Jacksonville All operation IH pictured ua. final slop In Joint fnhrltatlon. 1'cdcn, vice prmldpnt-anil. general nianujer. l Is. plrturetl -
geared to handle a few MaJ. Gen. Henry W. Mc- Tampa Gainesville West Owen norkern were hired 1 locally and trainedon t
only with I
:Mlllan, The Adjutant: General the job. u tttmk pile III joists reiuly. fur shipment to North
Palm Beach,
-hundred droops at a time In Polk County St. K'urolina.:: ,
::&ermanent buildings the Vast said: the change In plans was Petersburg, Clearwater, Pensa--

majority of the Guardsmen. without"carried a out major beautifully hitch."truly He cola S( Augustine and Get Operator $1,200 cut In Its budget over Him..00, ,iiK.tlier' with ioHt of
swill spend the entire two, Staike.: I the next six months at the olhiitlunllax TUB: RIGHT POINT for the
said' the neW training Is designed I Adjustable Vinyl Book
Blanding was Infantry HI Uud and have in uiIMwHiiHilun >' way write Come In
a major suggestion of President Coats you
to make the Guardmore the fullowlnic UBMotlbMl Cover All ""j/es:. 30 cents ea-
flexible, more mobile replacement training who said the move was necessary perHi>nal properly tu at The> Telegraph. I and elect your favorite ESTEBBROOK -

TUB RIGHT POINT for the and agile, and capable of mov base and induction center dur- for the Chamber to I WII: fountain pen.
: l
ing World War II Virtually Businessmen Complain Iea7 (l.t"vrolt.t Tl'nrk, tl>
ing quickly and efficiently on I "remain solvent." No. C'GO:'I7B10.13IS: T'B No.
:the way wo'u write. Come In a moment's notice. all Floridians called to duty. 1 I 41CV-ITS
- at that time entered the service Ax tine property of th* ullvv'Inamed

:and ,select your favorite ES- Air-ground training Is being through this,pout. At one Inability of StarkeJ bus ., Ernest Q, Pfttz' Miner: <>i" iiritipK'.: IIII....:' Uuudiy, ileftMidiint the 21.tJay and 'I of hal AUK ut|I
manager
" emphasised' : as Well as the time the camp had a total nessmen to reach a telephone : for the local IndependentCo. : Notlea f, U. U I Korlillxli hniebv. ,, irlvvn ,that ..I. tint. lesaE* twelve o'cl"ck1Ii..1I i
TFRBRooli'fountain'
; pen,. newer rlot-cont"rol techniques. ShiTlff f
on said day nn the PRICES
around '
.. !'iinct'len' aircraft are In use j strength of 100,000 operator when attempting 1 to ., said tile trouble occurs brndiiird ('0""Iy, F'lorMu, Jura "t for Hrailford, County 1"1'1 THf 1 ARE
-TELEGRAPH.., during the_ training some on officers: and men.It's make person-to-person calls usually during periods.*when f.Xpuiltloii under: and liy to vh'tiof AV"II. i Writ of lair Mull', to I will the offer ,for Mule end .S '.
I hlifhexl bidder Cur I
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.-.. '. was disclosed for the second the .phones are"'Used at 110 Kxerutiun, Umiixl nut "t i l rimiril' oanli In hand the ubov UM.*
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time last Thursday at a high rate not anticipated bySouthern C'lulnm. Court "nf Uifujr. <.r, Coo pty crlbed property nf mid defendant .. %
. meeting of the Bradford lr'I'>r'd"' pursuant to a Final to natlsfy the aforesaidEz.cu
BeU.aA Judxment DOWN
fur K ;M Lewla Lion.Y. 1
[,i County Chamber "of Commerce sudden rain storm he Timber Company, ,, Htarke. F'lorIda \ D ,Hvddleh Sheriff / t
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th i Board of Governors. said. I Je''all'. ,, ) > good example defendant and atfulnst Inh.Fcnao.. amount Thoman.! ."f Hrudford County, Florida
T7 tt /!TPiiielmrst
25 I Board members aired their Everybody then runs Insideto !
. Our complaints to Bob Coleman. do some phoning during a
district manager for the time when they cannot be
I Gainesville area of Southern outside. I
,' Bell. The C-of-C Board had Coleman explained that DOWN

under consideration a resolution the phone "company anticipates GroceryAcross
: AnniversaryIt I to the Florida Public peak periods based on''

Service Commission complaining records kept from past per-:

of trouble In reachIng formances of the phoning From Southide School on Hwy. 1001 ,

was in the early days of World War II, arjdthe I and of long excessive distance noise operator on the public lent amount and achedules of operators a suffi-to Offers YoufrAYS DOWN\

hectic of I: lines. handle the :
days Camp Blanding when we rush. He said the
Coleman told the Board trouble might arise
during
opened the doors of our first restaurant in the the noise problem" had been normally routine hours when

Wipkler'' Building on S. Temple Avenue in i. traced to a faulty transformer phone usage suddenly reaches -
: and has been collected a higher peak unexpect-
Starke. Our goal at that time was to providethe Ha had' asked for the edly.Efforts AT NASWORTHY'SCOME

public with the best in home-cooked foodsat I Chamber's resolution to the are being made to
Public Service Commission,: to solve the problem he assured '.
the. most reasonable prices possible. That be held' up by the Board for the Board.
a period of time until the Patz saw he has
goal has changed and the fact'' that received
never
wear phone company had a Chanceto many: complaints.

still serving the public, after a quarter of a correct the trouble: Excessive noise on the lines : A WEEK
The Board! members told at one time caused 14 of I
century, is proof of our success. Coleman the noise problem Starke's 29 trunk lines to I I' From 7 A.M. Until 11 P.M.

had been corrected but com- Jacksonville to be taken out :
paIned anew of trouble :In of service. With service at'
As we enter our 26th year in the restaurant reaching operators Coleman less than half capacity the FOREMOST OR GUFSTAFSON

business in Starke we just want you to know appeared at the Board meet lines wee simply too busy he I
In? at the request of Chamber -' Vz'
MILK
that we appreciate business down said.Members GaL 58c
your through President David Coats of the Cumber -

the years and will continue to do everything who said he felt the resolu- Board are to repot t It to ,

in our power to continue the same high quality sent tion the could Board not had be held crderec up Coleman's when office they in experience Gainesville LIMITED TIME ONLY NO{ DEl'OSJT ;

service that has made us so friends and longer:; without the Boardmember's : difficulty In reaching the op
many
knowledge tr.d permission erator. PEPSI-COLA 6 BtL Ctn 39c
loyal customers during the past 25 years yIn other action. Membership ,
It was voted Thursday to Drive Chairman Cyde: -- i
delay sending" the, ''repoutlon .Terwlllegarreported en the :ai :
for one. month In the meantime 'two-day: driVe and congratulated REGAL ',BEER Old Milwaukee

a Chamber committee the two winners Char- I'
NOEGEL'SIIESTAUDANT 301 of Loyree Cocorniae, Charles IM Sawyer and Dr. T.
Sawyer and B P fBudl Mlsell SIX TWO
Rltch. who will receive: 8ge 8ge
was appointed 1,) work plated telephones G'I PACK '

with. Coleman on the ..).problem : ,,. County Agent Georie< ... QTS. COME\ [ 9'WHY
'
gins also Rave a brief report i,'
Sawyer reported he let the on the upcoming Calf Catch-I We Carry A Full Line lIce '
phone ring 20 to 40 times'be- Ing Day to be sponsored "bv I I 'IN) AND
fore an operator answered. on PAY
the Chamber. The calves ,will |
Cream and Frozen Foods
two occasions last week.
be
given to students to
-BILLY AND ELIZABETH NOEGEL Other Board members reported in an effort to Increase raise and,I 'SEE.r =

7 U. S. .101 NORTH similar delays and improve beef production Jn I' Home Owned and Operated MORE> ?
? J' some cases wheel an qnerator '
( the county By ;\Ir. and Mrs. Merrill Dlte4!
alai flii:6r: I@aGAe! The :Boaoi.al.:;Q- approved. I
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Hamburger Fry FLORIDA. hall reoolTe( one (1) "coat .*
I The city of stark, Florida Inertol Riiat-penetratljie. primer -
For Legion Team requeiti bid to prepare and I I No. 822, applied .t the
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paint their 850,000 gallon ele- rate of 415 square feet par Kal I .
>.,ted water .*"ervolr.Th. Ion (min_dry Mil thlckneK>, r Summer ig
Starke'i Post B8 American Contractor ahalt' be re- J.II .*nlft;'followed by tWo Legion baseball team was .pon U>l l" for the removal ,..fall mate of, fnortol Kl "t,,mj>r Aluminum -
rust "scale, and loose painton applied at the rate of
given a hamurger fry at the the tank and tower prier> to 1.0 dry mil per coat. The first
home of Lt. Col. and Mrs. prlmlnir. It la not aiulolpa.ted coat shall .be tinted, In .accordance -
that any welding will be required with the manufacturer'srecommendations
Harry. Hatcher Monday> even- at his time. to provide a
ing. The Interior. surface of the notable ,.oontraat. Th total' Announces TheirWestinghouse
mil thickness tarthe
minimum dry
Mrs.l Hatcher hosted the tank.nd-bhuted. and ricer In pipe cunformance shall be exterior coating. ana.il! be .
Informal occasion. Harold with "Stei-1"' Structures Painting 8.5 mils. '
Davis, team manager end the Council BlurfaceH. Preparation. The City of Starke rqtieata
Bpeulflcatlon"' No, 5". The surface ,An alternate price to letter, L-
Post COmma z;!er awarded shall he uniform romrhen- 8TAHKE FLORIDA" On theexterior
trophies to the team mem- and. elicit lie allchtly roughened of the tank yTh- block
bers. to form a aultaUle anchor letter shall be a minimum at
30 Inches In height Wltll a
pattern for coating application. ( .
Do not leave. blasted surfacea. stroke of not leas than '. .Let
CARD OF THANKS over. night before. coating. Remove tera shajl be black
all land from CITY OF ST.ARKR
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We sincerely appreciate the by brush or '. FLORIDAMP:1tR11.L

kltfd' xpreaHloni of sympathy After metal. au.rfB.ce shall preparation receive ono the(1)) CLJ3KK.EDWAJID4CITY = 4'I'1 Il I )"r r l ? I i l lrssac
during oar recent bereave- coat of Inertol. Quick-Drying It 8/10 I 'l I I I l fh
Primer No. 62S (phenolic), applied : s 1..l
ment. Fapnjly\ of Mrs Lottie .. L
.at the rate of SOO square NOTICE OP" IIA..1iIleal.d )
Boree. vet per gallon> (inln. dry mil } Bids ,will. be received|
thickness of 1.1) followed by ... ,
In the office of Bualnejia Manager -
two ((8coats/ of Infrtol No. Florida State Fi'l'on. P.O. .
4'l Thick (asphalt) at the rat. .
Box tat, Ral'ford' Plnrliia.up
( U.L FOR IIIDM of ISO feet I'V
square per gallon '
to and not later than lO.ouA
CITY or II MTIKKRAmmnt per mat (min. dry mil thickness M. Aua 85, 1997, for 2 passenger
IINI7
per coat, of 5.0) The Intermediate car*- B 8ton bl.khptrucks l. 'V IIII ,f I ., I I / e.-e, e l lI
Sealed bids will be received coat of flnlah shall 1
and dump jtrupk
bv the CUjr "oiin 'II <>r the be tinted In accordance with aurplu th
which
to
City of Stump, at the City the manufacturers recommendations need of are the Institution.. V*.
Hall In Stark Dnrliln until to provide a notable hlclea may br InapwiteU .*X.. -theInstltutloji I I I.I
7:00 o'clock p. :M, I
: on Tuemlay. contruat. The total min-
August 15, 196?. At which timeamt imum dry mil thlckneaa for motor pool. patween!
8 A :\( and 4 p. j u.through JWonday
place all bide l received the Interior coating shall be Friday. Bid Form '
'I
will be. publicly,: opened and 11.5 mlla. I
may /wcprod tom: the ptu .I 1. ) I I r rt"t
read aloud on tbe following The exterior surfaces or> the tor pool I officer, .t
bldn to prepare and paint a tatLk. structural walkways 1
tower -
ITT atXCUAJR: 8UPT. (
260,000 gallon elevated water /ladder. and riser pipe DEW yg l
renervolr. hall be spot sandblasted In Florida .State Prison } ll ; I ,I,MwNlyddla r
The above will have to be conformance with "8teel Structures Mile/ It 811 t qlItiitjEiii!( !! iEli i
a" per npeelflcRtlonn, and said Painting Council Surface
City cf> rvei< the' right loac. Preparation: apectfloatlun -No, TUB!: Kiaarr roert' <_,...
reject bid
cept or or all ;
< any f'Tha Chrletmaa lights saluting -
HPKCIPICtTIUNH on the reservoir will be way you writs ,,C'uuu,; Ms res.asleea .
POH. HMHIIIM4' ALL.MATERIAEN removed l by the City of starke.. .yo.' ray..ce I,9TEft!;, IiI
AM! IJ I.AIIOil However this In an area of .. AEL6LIKE : I
TO OBOOK .Jo..ta1ft.,.
H4IMP THE KIRVATIOnWATKK known damage to the coatingand .
l<":".:I"OIR Foil shall be prepared for .GRAPH.
TJIK CITY OFgTAHKI..:,. coating. All spot blasted areas


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I It ctocsnt seem like fall but I II w.at of Hut year with a knee Although be Is acme 20 pounds only 100 pounds, Gnann has the center spot. Coach Hurae'
I ilie 1967 'Tornado grtddcrs will he had operated on this summer lighter than Patrick Iiio 160 proved he can stay in therewith soys the position Is wide open. -
begin practice Tuesday, Aug. Is I'.ie third candidate.He pound junior, Coach Hurso I the\ best competition. Junior John Torokle, 163, will T =- -

I 15' ''when a group of younjf: and will be brought along slowly says, has shown the aggressiveness -I Hurse says. He will fight with have a good shot at tho poet
Inexperienced boys and six to make sure the knee is and desire to get \the I juniors Ronnie Grlggls, 155;

I lettermen, will begin work to- completely healed before Job done, I Bonnie Elder, 165, and Scottie too.A new coach, George Loper, This pleasure trip will do you good!
ward Bradford High's third throwing; him Into rough work Senior Andy Mayton a 193- ,Sm.Jth60: :\' for the end spots who came from Rlbault HighIn -
straight CIaan! A state champion Coach Hurae says pound two-year letterman Is ''I Stanley' Crawford and Mike J Jacksonville! will tutor the
hlp. Mike Norman a sophomore team captain and a boy the ,McRae will. fill out the end defensive btx-kfleld' and be I ,,
Just five seniors will reportto quarterback, will also work coaches "think Is one'' of the ranks. head track coach. Loper handled o,1
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what will be a out with the varsity to gain outstanding football players In Captain Andy Mayton, along the track chores at: Rlbault
nately junior and prOO1mI.1 experience. the state" Hume aays. May- 1 with juniors Charles Smlt'n, and the school bas ('dominated! t
$ $ ssssON ball cluj!). Its Senior J. Roy Chastcen a ton is listed on the roster as :220, and Allen Crawford, 175, Jacksonville treck, -competition
poaches would' call a rebuild- letterman has some experience a tackle but is a jack-of-all- have Inside shots at the tackle for' several years., 'l\\\

ing: year, but? Head Coach I. at running back. Soph tradcs. posts along/ with junior Allen "We feel very fortunate. In .
THESE TRADE-INS ON
David< Hurse Is not going at Dennis Hall wll! also work Team captains at BHS, Oreen 170; sophomore Bill ob&lnlpg!! Loper and' feel' he'll
things like.. some coaches with I' with. varsil'y and be groomed Hurse says, are Just like an Buby, 210, and sophomores make a real contribution( to ,4 RESORT
NEW 1967 FORDS young/; players who must fill for the post. t. along with JunIor assistant coach. Mayton' has Tom Marks, 160. our program," ,Coach ;Horse -..
many key slots. Buddy Trawick. a hard job ahead'Co provide There la less experience at' says.
Hurse figures his "young Senior letterrrmn John Warren the leadership to carry the the guard positions' than any FALL IS BEST OP ALL IN THE SMOKIES! Enjoy the peace
coach
The ) Assistant
sters" tied .the best football the other back with\ experience Tornadoes to a third state, other, Coach Hurse says. new repla/oea, And quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn .

1962 1 Chevrolet Corvair team In the state when they had the inside track championship, Hurse says. The Guard pouts are the backboneof who went Coach to Chief Tommy land, Malloy head crisp, cool days refreshing, restful nights .wonderful
as
played 12-12 with (he graduating for the flanker pOHt. Juniors captain's prime responsibilityIs the Tornadoes offensive line. basketball coach and assistant, .. IpocL Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you Jlke'aclivity'there"
seniors, many of them Reggie )Flynn and Jerry Gibbsre to act 'as liaslon between Juniors Steve Crawford, 160, '. square dancing, horseback riding. craft
Goinc For SOLD members of the 1966 state '\ also candidates for action I the coaches and players. His and Willie Coen, 170. will football coach. t making, wilderness pack trips, bear and boar hunt, boating .
$$34500 Season tickets wll) ,bo on Furnished lodge. Rates!
morel :
lots cottages
champion team In the Sen or. there. biggest job will be to keep tight for the posts with top fUhing-
Varsity game .to end spring Junior letfertnan TPX, Patrick moral at the'highest? )peak possible sophomore prospect Ralph sale next week. HoMers of lower; after:& .September 15-lesi crowded. For tr'l<:n'atloll.r,

practice. a 180-pound powerhouse, I and t be an example for Morgan, ISO and Sonny Norman previous season tl k t4'wUl phone 498-2211.
"Although we're Inexperienced Is the only other back with any all players both oh- and oft 150.( Juniors who could again. have first chance.at the Send forFREE .
1965 Chevrolet Pick-Up and lost many good game experience. He'll hnve I the football field;' the head also see action at guard are same;seats for'another Season.
COLOR FOLDER DB Fontana Village N.C
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,. to have ahustl.ng Dept. ,
boy. we expect two tough pairs of shoes to I,coach nays. Butch Griggs and Greg Nich may
One Owner \ ,aggressive, and exciting till coming behind Randy Joy- Senior Plen Gnann a.letterman ols. Purchasers call Mrs. Lois
When tied Bennett at BHS. The tickets,
club. we
ball
ner and Mickey Agner. wll provide'the experience Bobbie Smith, 190-pound
the seniors In the spring game Gene Melvin will battle with I at both offensive and defensive junior, and Bill Buby both big I I will be delivered via BH3;

$119500 $$129500 It gave thc-Jboys the confidence Patrick for the fullback spot. end. Though he weighs but Inexperienced, will via for I cheerleader. I
they 7iec lief they can be as good as
,they want to be," Hurse says.. .
I Nor. docs It sound like a
1961 Mercury Fordor V-8 'coach resigned to a so-so sea-

Son when the veteran of 10 Ite
seasons at BUS" wL'.i! ? two Ntnte
Automatic Radio and Power
championships\ behind him announces
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"We have the tools to againbe
$49500 $$5c0 state champions." Hurse
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atrcxHea that the third straight ...... _j1- I
championship as long way oft .
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS UB&D, VACUUM elner reconditioned -
mid l a lot of hard>work has to wanted. Apply In person at\ $15 up. 10 different

1965 Plymouth Fury I be L'$o done Intent, but head those coach who know will the Garden Restaurant. tfchg I If'you find your name among: the Classified Ads, name brands. to chooae from.
Parts excellent repairs al
Fordor know not to take his prediction IIETJ.-fI bring to The Telegraph office and receive FREE make.* KIRBT BALES S

lightly. H 1p SERVICE 712 N. Main oalnesvtile .
Hurse's boys worked out diligently -1W: I 1 PASS to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-In... S767110. tfch|,
$ $ on. tho weights this :
$139500 $149500 summer tho coach says. COMBO'S LAKE VIEW

"Over-all, I'm very pleased. BEACH :"A: ,COTTAGES -

They worked. harder than ever I DID YOU KNOW'lt'a easy to HASTINGS !MATTRESS CARL BEGGS Spend the day with your tam-
I before." own a Longchamp Home( Bet & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I ily 'on Santa Fe Lake. Parking
1964 Dodge Fordor The youngsters gamed a tremendous ter built for Florida living. 710 iMnon St. Falatla: Gulf Service 1.00 per oar. Swim, picnic

advantage In the i I II Your plans or ours. Your lot free...: Cottages by the week..
weight program,! now an Invaluable : or ours. Contact Bnford Mitchell Furniture Repaired USED PARTS Ph. 468-1129, Maude Comer,
Automatic, Air Conditioned i part* of the BHS cotv- phone 964-6853,.P.O. Box Upholstered & Refinished I Top Price for Wrecked. pUs Jar'l.t!: n.. -. 12tchg 8-24
24 Hour Wrecker" ,
dltlonlng program. (Many boys 238 Starke. Service
tfchg MATTRESSES REBUIL'INew

$139500 $$149300 I are put much on five.stronger to 10 pounds than last and FOR SALE ... BRICK HOUSE Innersprings Fuel OilAAA : AT_ LAST! ONE STOP

I year Hurse says which gives ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom and Box Springs 8 & n Qreea, Stamps.. A HOME OWNERS
them added confidence.As 1% bath. Located just Drop Vm A Curd or Call I Hwy. 801 N. Walde POLICY MASONRYMATERIALS
I exciting' as the red- outside of city limits in Pine- PALATKA EA 5-9166 <448-1998< .
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1964 Ford Country Squire suited Tornadoes have: been in breeze. Small down payment MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER Far. :Mobile Homes ,
I Easy monthly terms. LACY CONWAY] That
past seasons, fans can expect Long- 298 E. Adkln St. I Qualify
I even more this coming season I champ Const. Co., Contact Bu- .-SbarUs: AgentFOR FLYINO 'SERVICE! _. :''CALtTHE MAN ( .
Wagon, Air Conditioned when the Big Red unit will I ford Mitchell, Phone 984-6853., FLIGHT INSTRlTCTtON.: Air-. ,
throw as any as 20 passes per P. O. Box 238,, Starke.. tfcligAH plan rentals. Greyhound SIM i FROM KEYSTONE Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete .
I game, Hurjo says. Charter. Keep your party' together I George E. LaRue Block. Sand Rock

$$139500 $149500; "We had' a.very fine passing CLASSIFISiI: charter'a ton..*.;Phone I INSURANCE AGENCY Cem nt, Mortar, Steel. Oyster
atl'ark( last year but reallydidn't 1I\s: 064-6090. ttc"lfINS1R.ANCJJ Shell. LJmerock. Roof
I Head Keystone. lit*. 473.4692 Gravel, Precaot IJnteln and
useIt lot the
a I If. !. II word _._."!.OOKuril .
Tordano s..ys. Window Sin.*. Everything:
candl., word over 13 _.or AT REDUCED BATES FOR &ALE or rent large I for onatrucUOnANNOUNCING>> J
1962 Falcon Fordor ((6)) All three quarterback! Blononry |p
dates, senior' ,LarrylMercor and Eo'r. ebar.. If ?..( AUTO, FIRE.: BOAT 2 story house 14 rooms, 4
DOYLE E. CONNER baths $8,900.: 914 S. Epperson
Bill Belote and Bill pnld' !" 5Iau.ME1OftJAI.S.flPNQLI. ., _:III
Juniors. = INSURANCE) ..AGEXCY.ttcttg!: St.Y.; I... Klrchaine, P.O. Box
$ $coQr :!}{ Adams will also work cit running I I ; TiordSs 78; Hampton. Fla. tfchg
$49500 I back. Belote is or.'.y let. '...!. p.ws.il.. : '! I : ANew

termAn among the ,three and I CARD 'OP'VH4VICS;; P 0fB 04 7503 NEW MOBILE! home*,I.} Chfck- i iI Ma.;:; Frances.WagerHUNTERS ,
lit 160( pounds he I la expected IM> word .O -U4* -_..,-.,5.I5rh I Ready Mix Plant
":. word, !Ye.. 88. .....b asha 20 ic: 24' wide; BuddyClemnon .......Osceola. National
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:J see much action at the SALE
' Alvarez Store, Layton :Travel .Trail atKeystone
1961 Ford Thunderbird running back spot' air 'conditioned. Reasonable ers. Liberty,, Tayldrjf ,Ajlt*, Forest for privately 'ownedanipaites I HeightsFor
Mercer, who.has'never played Phone 961-0093. 8/10 sale as low as
UNDERWATERWEED 4tehg buy; sell, trade, Year banlc'fi
$10 down. 11 miles N. of
a minute In varsity competition -
and fast nancing. Buckeye Trailer Mart,
Full Power Reduce safe simple Sanderson Better Service To
l la candidate for '* on State Road 229
a prime
CUTTING 'Inc. 8678 Ro6eve|* .DlY!.
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with GoBese tablets. Only 9&0.Kooh' AtOORK: BOAT FOR YOUR '
In.the heart
of the forest. 2397652 That Area.
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the !Nlgnal calling spot. .
Drugstore. lt( <-hlf 8-24 MONEY Orange Park .264-11)1,. tfchg .
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it 1 Ma'cclenny' Fla.
; too is a hard rUnner 170 .
$68500 $$18500 poundLJunlor.Bi1IAdarns.outl2Wides.:_ 3 BEDROOM house unfinished. AH Type 16' Atlas Deluxe by Traveler I 4tchg 8'11i We Will! Not Be
with lounge seat mechanical
Bulidocer:.&: Myers Power./TiobU/ i, Undersold.
I =1" -::-- $ya acres strawberry land. ((4 j steering with 'Mercury 500 SINGER- AUTOMATIC
mile from city: limits. 190000.' Drag Uiie'Work HeaoVfciirtirs trot' CONSOLEMODEL/
Electronic Area
engine rrfr. price .
, : 1966 Ford ( I II I Ph. \\l64- 80t. tfchg J. C. GArdnerPUONC. $214500) special price. .. $1775.00 Lawnmower" ,r-3 PwW.r.Tools, Sewing: Machine: Zig Zag, Bradford
Mustang (6)) THANK YOU JIMMY MOORE'S, !: McCunoch 'CfcAlflSaWPump. blind: stitches, buttonholes
NOTES--Beau-1 :. IIU-7'ft. SUN SPORTS .!'*-Wftt. :'r-4fr t inUBrlggo decorates,, etc. Original price
t : Radio Heater New Tires Costoni Made tifully engraved in gold or STARK!!:, FLORIDA 961-3701. I a Stratto! o oI nln* 300. Has .balance of $62 or
silver. $1,23 for box of 25, Including SILVER SANDS LAKE Engineering
I I .. ferric reliable tin this
For Florida Living Itchg RantaJ. -8Je. ; party area can
I envelop Bradford $2.700 to3.500 230 N.E., KtA Ar.. all ltme $2 weekly payments.
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$119500 $$189500 Get Mot County Telegraph. tf I GATOR DONE LAKE HAVE CANE GRINDER need Gainesville) .,..-..U Phone COLUEXTT: Jacksonville

YOU For Your $ $ FOR RENT Small unfurnIshed $ .575 to1$1.275 pot... Must .be in usable. condition ""_ :f ,,{tfehg 353-1944. Ask for credit man Co.
ager., Will .deliver.. No dbllgatlon. -
l 2 bedroom house. Large, EASY TERMS));; and, have a 60-gallon or *' "
No .Salaried :.r Coramissioned yard. Ideal for couple or.small I See more capacity.. State price. Klogitvy lMe f Stfchg 8/81' Phone Starke
S. E.
1966 Ford Mustang V-8 Employees'DA'D&BRAD.LARSEN family. 250: N. Bay St. tfchg I McKay Write:,'Leon Whitehurst Jr., Furnished house' J33.000.pO, rJent, -U3 bedroom furn.I -
i Keystone. Height* P.O. Box 1297, Clearwater $3,000.00 down?:? I H IfSfll.OO. ,";per |Ialei. house on Kingsley Lake. 964.5403
: WANTED Middle age couple 473-4710* or 473-4132: Fla. 336.17./ 2tp 8/17 month. A. J. 'I"hOID&IJ'J\eaRot"". fiepU 1-June 1. Phone 633-2233.
Radio and Heater. .LIKE TO WORK. ,to run a restaurant. Apaitment I'hnnMl I 478-481(1( Tel. 964-5701. ;1, .. 4tchg 8/24 Keystone Ready.
FREE ROOM and kitchenette '
and utilkUes furnished.
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Mix
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YOU Benefit! Come to To Rena Motel,( U.s. FORCED TO SELL c*. Owner In .exchange for maintenancework W. H. Agner' ; :r ,t':", ; -. TWO LADIES want ride to'' Keystone
SOLD $199500 301 North, Starke. tfchg being transferred. Pay'equlty: : or will rent. Reasonable. U of Fla. will be permanent.
and assume mortg'ge.-' Con Back of Underwood Motel. OPEN HOUSE arid1 fl&ra- JohnioHaurtsen 468-1766 or 4734285FOR

An Sizes .n Display No. 558 Developers! Over crete Jbloqk, ''construction.;,.,3 Phone '994-6O85. Itp 8/10 tlon at Mama. frjeat.-{ Ext.. 28M tf.of Fta. 3tchg 8/17
8-JO-12 :Wide 9 acres; clone In. Call for. In- bedrooms living rooin,4'dinizg garten Aug.. 17t ahd, 18.! Call RENT 3 rooms and
Clle WAITRESS WANTED: Call 984-7254 for, ii.) .' FOB.'ftNT 3 bedroom un- 315
formation.No. room kitchen twin., information. .t bath furnished cottage.
1965 Ford V-8 1 Y. Baths screened porch, ,patio.- Landscaped 944-6909, or apply Aralea : t:: 4uqiJ1 rurntahed'\ house.' Central heat. Nona St. tfehg

and Expandable} 517$ 4 Lots! Approx. and tree ?(Shaded lot. Drive-tn.. 301 South. Itchg ; ..4t4- Central' location., AvailableAugtot
110' by 300'. Planted in 1 1 GOOD. USED TYPEWRITERS -
grass ? Contact Mrs.Cauda'Crowson
Call 964-7420
Police Interceptor Radio and Heater appointment FOR RENT: 2 BR house; FOR SALE ''ll16.l'P'or(1..VSruns (
ready to build on. Well & '.' at from $55. Standards and
[ ) Telegraphor.
New and: Used tfchu bath, dining''room, kitchen, living good $295.: J. R, Balling-
Septic tank. Buy one or all. phone Keystone Heights Portables. Aim, Typewriters
ton. V
FOR SALE -: 4 bedroom :room, screen porch. Cheap. >tfohg 47S-422S : tf for Rent. Bradford County
$119500 $129503: ,; 8Yr. financing availableI No. 842 Priced Right! Cot house concrete block;. WalkIng Five miles west of Lawtey, Three sewing michln "post Telegraph. tf
; tage 5 rooms with enclosed distance to Doctor, stores Rd. 125.' Phone 782-3731. tlons now open for experienced FOR' RENT Large trailer
I Our Rental-Pur porch.! Priced at $4400. and town, 3 ,blocks to school. Itchg operators or we will train. lot Including sewer and eloctrldty. WE HAVE a modern 4 'bedroom

chase Plan Payments STROUT REALTY Wall to wall carpeting; central Full-time, .. Very reasonable. Ph. house for rent $55 a
; TYPEWRITER! RENTALS: steady work. ApplyIn .
2117 N. Temple Ave., Stance month. Big yard, quiet nelghbo'rhood :
1961 Falcon WagonAutomatic Under $50 Per Month Fla ((004)) 964-6109 heat and air conditioned, Day,- week, or month.Bradford person..Lake Butler Apparel ,904-5743. lIp unfurnished, Fla.
large utility room. Living Co.
Phone Itchg
County Telegraph.
FOR SALE One 14Zlmer- Power electricity piped for
| Radio FOR RENT3: Bedroom. room bedrooms.with Nice fireplace home, good for sizod modern 96ot- 3O& tf WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE. In 'plywood boat 40 horjo gas. Or win sell for $ .OOO.

and Heater $$49500 HONlMobile 1 !House. unfurnished. Call tf/rhg 961M13 convenient !living. Priced.1tnI' FOR ''SAlE: 1940 Ford sedan. The Old Trading Posts 3 mi. N. Wizard motor $300, or will! Terms. Phone 964.:>285. tfchg/

I quick sale. Partly financed Good condition. Phone 964. Starke on 301. Furniture, new trade for small car. Also 1 PORTABLE Welding Custom -
1 FOR RENT -- Furnished two Phone 06-1-528.1. tfchg 6608. Itchg,; a: used. Antiques ,curios l, Yamaha, 80cc motor scooter built porches and patio

Home Sites bedroom duplex!!: apartment, air picture frames, etc. Plumbing 4000 miles., good condition. rails, metal steps oil drum!!',
conditioned, carport, laundryroom JUST A LITTLE MORE( FOR RENT: 3 BR home, un. supplies used lumber, heaters. $::125.' P1%. 964-3136. Itp
rtandH. Ed's Welding & Ornamental
1964 Ford Galaxie 500 FordorAir AVAILABLE with washing machine. TO GO FIRST CLASS furnished. Call 964-5413 (day): washing machines! stoves, refrigerators -. Works, Ph. 964-b113.: -
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Full Lake Privileges Owners former home. Also one $6,50000 down payment $102.- Keystone Heights 473-4306 iron bedsteads DOS Triadyne with top, lounge Hwy 16. Turn off at Oaw-
00) per-month for this brick residence (night, ). tfchg iti! New brick J
Conditioned Automatic Homestead Exempt- bedroom duplex apartment, air you name! $5: seats, walk-thru windshield ford Rd. Itohg
I with wall towalharpet. 100. Also antlquai, brick.
conditioned per
private driveway.Across PIGS JFOR SALE. Phone 533- and Mercury 500 Reg. $1895.00Special
One Owner Financing from BHS. Renner 1750: sq. ft., plus garage, cen. 21 75. Itp 3oats. Come browse around. $1550.00 007 Tria- Man needed In cutting room.
I Apartment, 333 W. WashIng. heat and air, dish washer,, Leonard and Ruby Orlffls. dyne with top, lounge seats, No experience necessary. Good
Lake Geneva ton. Phone 961-B270\ tfchj automat. wash &: dryer, bigot WANTED Ride ,to Lake 2tp 8/17 walk-thru windshield and Mer- opportunity for advancementfor
$139500 $149500 I 1: a nice home among nice Butler arriving 8:10: am. leavng cury 650 Reg. $2100.00 Special capable man. Apply In
FOR RENT -- One 2-bedroom homes. Let me shdw it, please.A. anytime after 3:30.: Call WANTED TO RENT;' nturn- 11790.00. person. Lake Butler ApparelCo.
I trailer: One 3-bedroom trailer I J. Thomas .
Trailer S Sales Realtor. Tel. 964-3140 Itp shed Bungalow, 3 bedrooms, New and used Boats Motors ltchg
Westmoreland Trailer Park. ,964-6701.
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS I living room, kitchen aid garage and Trailers Special Discount
Ph. 96t-6887. Itchg 1 WANTED Service Station
On Route too On* Mile !8K! I 1I I BLUE TICK female No col. Attendant apply I.. B. Alava- ; with shower or bath. Prices. Open Sundays. See FOR SALE: One 8000 BTTT

206 W. Madison. :A fI f '* I Phone 961.7200 Key o_ IletfBfk LADY desires ride from Key- 'lar or nameplate.must Identify roe Service 'Station 109 N. I F. O. Raymond, Rt. 1, Box JIMMT MOORE'S Air Conditioner, 115 volt used
Your Aityhyr&pj Ford Dealer In Open Sun. & Evening atone Heights to Starke Mon. to get her. Robert Starling. Temple Ave., Stnrke.* tfchg '130, 6 ''Shady Ave.. West SUN SPORTS 2 months. |85 cash. 837 N.
nrndford and Vnlon Counties day thru Friday. Call 473-4987 Rt 2, Box 186 Stark. :minister Mass. 01473. STARKE, FLORIDA 964-3791. Walnut St., Ph. 964-9495.:
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__ ....."Rlna.1"LORm4 THURSDAY AtTO. 10. 1087

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YOUR AGENT

'It Couldn't Happen Here' s Editor Telegraph:
In passing through your fine
little community recently and

having trouble with my car.I .
But !It DidIt ; was amazed at the prompt
and courteous service given tome

ys by your local people both.
:
Is heartening and reassuring "It is my opinion that we do In service service to to my family car and In r t 'ta

to the people of Florida to know not need laws rather we needto I was treated my as though) I

that a large of state's enforce the laws that
segment our are presently were an old friend or resident
National Guard is at Camp Bland- on the books. When rioting of your city.Please .

ing this week and next receiving breaks out, we need to send in ?(''f-? pass my appreciation

specialized training in the techniques the police with such force as is ; along to your fine people. llugginu

of handling riots and other necessary, and to immediatelyback Motorist in Distress
Fla.
Jacksonville!
civil disorders them with the National

This should serve notice to the Guard. We should not hesitate to Key: West Fla. engineer, Tom Skinner from
use Federal State Payroll First, I would like to refer Gainesville
instigators of such crimes against troops.
Grows By Leaps to the picture last week We are proud that our
that Florida will be
society not "We would not do so to wantonly announcing the start of the Bradford County Farm Bur-

caught napping, as some other kill and maim, but rather to t And BoundsMore new Bradford County Agrl- eau and Cattleman' Assoc
states have, and will not counten- protect American citizens in these t 1 4 r T by cutural Center. When the iation assured the Commissioners
countenance crimes of violence than 10,000 Larson photographer left the scene, that such a building
against its citizens and their prop areas to protect their homes have been added to the state the entire group was In consultation !project would be satisfactory.We .
and businesses. Those who insti- during the 2'Y2
payrolls years and observing threeor are proud that our Coun-
erty. gate riots should be ferreted out, sde that Governors Haydon four different bricks. The ty Commissioners favored?'

In a recent speech to the lower and our laws, would provide just KiRK'r' Burns and Claude R. Klrlc /group Included five employees the project and it will soon

house of Congress, Reps Don Fu- punishment : for their crimes have been in office. three County Commissioners be a happy dream come true.

qua pointed out several reasons against humanity."An 1 A for riots which are seldom men- r p a, rta S records showed! the June one contractor. A final decision the picture, and that

tioned in the flood of "apologyand investigation without a determination 1967 state employe census was made In about was no fault of the photographer -

forgiveness" expressed in that we are going to .; standing at 2.485 persons ten minutes. Any time you was someone asking
meet this 'challenge with all the a record high, and 9.000 can get about a dozen peopleto me why I was not !In It.
some sources toward those who more than a year ago at this reach an agreement like Well I assured them that I
instigate or participate in these power necessary is I a farce. I time.More that you're doing pretty was there and will be seen

crimes. think we need to take a long and than 2,000 persons good especially when It Involves out there right much during

hard look at these riots and their have been added to the payroll men and women. The the next three or four

To quote the Congressman: cause, but we need to bring law list since Gov. Kirk took very next day, brick were being months.

and order to this land, whether office in January. About 700 hauled to the site. Now a little bit about agriculture -
"The first is the fact that one
these investigations are held or of that number<< are on legislative Maybe a good way to satisfy and action during
successful riot leads to another. payrolls. your curiosity and seethe the next few day October

Had we stopped the first, perhapswe not. Records show mare: than construction' In progressIs and strawberry setting: time

would not have had the second. "There are doubtlessly new ((( I LRIAJ 22.000 persons' have been to RO out and view for will soon be here. Cover crops

Firm action at the outset would laws that we need to enact to : added to state payroll lists yourself the type and colors are at a stage of moturalty.
have saved lives and mil- since 1961 when that list of brick that will be used. They should be cut, chopped
many but if
law and order we
preserve comprised 40,845 names In Iota harrowed whatever.la
You're going to hear or
lions in property damage."A < not going to enforce those Familiar Refrain
are January. about that building becauseIt practical for you so that the

second has been a series of laws on the books now, then we -- Then It took 29 persons to represents something of Interest 'vegetation can dry before being '

court decisions that show concern make a mockery of the lawmak- run the governor's office; to all the people in plowed under. This la especially

ing FARMER'SHampered DIARY now It takes SO persons. our county. X firmly believe true of legumes.
process."I
for the criminal but seldom for
Then It took 489 perenns to that 99 per cent of the people This should be done soon.
society. would add my condemnationfor run the Department of Edu- are in agreement that so that decomposition can be

"A third is the lack of respect the unthinking and perverted by almost dally ill about nine o'clock. But cation; now It takes 1198. this Is a good and needed very thorough before soil
views of those in the judiciarywho showers, the tobacco farmersare this (fall, we'll have' another Then 101 persons were on project.A fumigation is applied. 1C
for law and order. For a laws/ of- tower with atlll busy cropping, change when we set the the secretary of state's pay- two-year dream Is beginning vegetation Is not thoroughly
ficial to be effective, he must liye in.an. ivory "barnlng" and then hauling clooks back an hour,, and roll; now 243 persons are on to take shape. It rotted. the fumigant will

have respect. But' these very great and noble thoughts, while the valuable crop to the we'll all get an extra4 hour's that roll. ._ seems like just a short time cling to the unrotted material -
same officers lose their patienceas the world burns at their feet. warehouse auctions. From reports sleep. since former' Commissioner and not penetrate the soil

they arrest murderers, rapists, Rapists murderers, looters, and Jt Is Indicated. that this ,O> Plant Annuals George Roberts standing In like it should. Fumigation

and criminals of variety, other criminals must be called on will be one of the best tobacco Our prize boom In our yard my front yard after delivering should be applied two wepics''
every to account tor their crimes. seasons on record as far ''these days Is a big,' star- For. Colorful some flowers asked how or more before plastic Is applied
to them released time
only see as revenue Is concerned. ,shaped red mallow\ which we Fall Landscape we might like or would we to beds. Figure It out),
and again to repeat the very same "Loosing them on society ,. i. got; some years ago over by consider agricultural offices and time is passing! fast

crime. through technicalities only increases Strawberry growers are the* St. Johns River'and set Why not color your yard separate from the courthouse. Well at this writing, X

the growing problem of busy too. Some are cutting out. at our place..It Is 'a spec- this fall byi! planting some That started a lot of talking have been away from home
"America is frightened today. officials and leads to dis- under the. cover crops which Dy Sam McGarvey\ tacular flower, which we enJoY tall annuals. and planning for preliminary three days and) already 16)'

"We know not where this will law have protected the fields all the more because It 1 III If you do, remembar that plans with, our agricultural 'will be good to get back.

respect .for.the' law.. ., from .thei. blazing sun-as a problem particularly aong one we successfully trans- the layout of your garden la
strike We know not which '
next.
drat"step In getting the land North Tesiplo. Avenue In ,
city will erupt into flames -next- .America .today\.t$s:04.nation suffice., in ready for "bedding up" for Starke where places 'are ,planted. ,.. .i, very method Important.of planting/ haphazard doesn't -

We know not what child .will be crisis. No platitudes will the fall. One thing for sure flooded after every heavy We are also enjoying the necessarily give the most desired

killed or whose home will be burn- We must meet this crisis with we've had enough rain for shower. The problem Is complicated sight of our crepe myrtle, as effect. NEWS And NOTES
determination. We must meet. the mother to make the fact that the and and provides -
ed in a senseless!! rampage of plants by It blooms on on "Be sure to place the taller
violence. force with force. runners and root, but it also area by the high school splash of color during annuals toward the back of For Today's HomemakersBy
the of off the west while But we r .
encourages growth drains to the summer season. the garden spot Put medium
"Because of the activities of a "We must not be deluded by grass and weeds. the one by Holiday Inn Is can't overlook the commonold sizes In the middle and edging Martha Sue McCain
I < very small percentage of the those who would tell us that twen- carried off to the east. How- lantana., which also pro- or dwarf varieties In
in Our agrlcutural depal.tment ever some Improvement has vides a variety of color grown County Extension
Negro community, there is fearon ty million Negroes are agree- front," says Dr. Jasper Joiner -
the part of both races. Social ment with what is really a small workers had' a big day been made as the flood- like a weed and needs no ornamental horticulturistwith Home Economics Agent
last week when subside In a far encouragement.
they participated waters now
that has respect for the Florida Agricultural
stops in an era of terror minority no -
progress did .
in a ground-bieaklng/ quicker time than they Stations. ..
This Experiment
and destruction. law and for human dignity. for the new county "ag" in the past. .Phone company officials
and this The background/ that you HAVE YOUR CAKE that show no sign of spoil
is no racial question, building. When It Is completed have promised to do some
end up using also plays a AND FIGURE TOOm!!! age. Vegetables. shellfish and;
"The pleas and the statementsof Nation needs to realize that it is :and in operation, we You can look for subtle thing about the long wait key role. Dr. Joiner likes to For peope who must watch cooked foods present yet another -

the real meal of integrity in the our Negro citizens who are suf- wUl then In Bradford County change In the season whichis subscribers have before see annual gardens placed in their diets homemakers can situation often you

Negro community go unheard in fering the most. They want action have an agriculture complex already underway. In pot- reaching the long-distance front of a neutral green leave up to half.the usual fat cannot tell by the odor
the storm of publicity of swine taken. They deserve it. second to none in this area tering around this section In operator. WeVe had that background such as shrub- out of batter for baked whether or not they are

who scream 'burn, loot, and ,kill.: and in fact one of the best our puddlejunjper. we've no- trouble, but one thing we'llsay bery border. "This way the goods and still produce desserts spoiled. Bacteria multiply
has the rightto In ,the itate.County ticed some small trees whose is that when you do get
'yfr, "Every American stems of the annuals go un- that look 'and taste rapidly In these foods so
"Certainly there Is much that feel free and secure: in his leaves have turned a deep them the operators are most noticed. The green borders good. dont refreeze them after

needs to be done in the public and home. Agent Geonc Hug- red. and it won't be long helpful and. courteous.. will mask them." Volume of, low-fat cakes they have thawed completely.If .

the private sector to relieve pov- gins reported to the Chamber before other vegetation will "Plant annuals In mosses! equaled that of standard Ice crystals are still in the

erty, hunger, and disease. We "The horror of snipers firing, of Commerce last week on show similar chanjes. We Sam Is still trying to catch and not In individual files cakes, so proper rising Is no food you can refreeze It Immediately. -
preparations for the Calf lead somewhere' that this at our
down they attempt up with the grass Use refrozen foodsas
have different views as to how firemen shot as Only in mass plantings do problem.
not
Catching Day this tall at the change Is brought About
I this can be accomplished. to put out flames, police- horse arena at the fairgrounds by a drop in temperature aa place, which ran wild during you get the best picture of The taste and feel of the soon as possible.
death and his vacation and is still stay- annual garden," the or- fat EGG & BEAN SALAD
men stomped to gun- but an cakes with half the usual
The protect 1&1 being you might: suppose by a both
"But being poor, of any reli- ned down, buildings burning, supported by the C of C, the! shortening In the hours of Ing ahead of him. He .-has a namentallst said. content rated a little lower With eggs, this and salad beans develop-

I gion, or any race, is no excuse for stores looted this cannot be local Farm Bureau, and theCattlemen' daylight. self-propelled mower, but he Sunlght is crucial If you're than that of regular cakes. by plentiful USDA food specialists will
looking for big flowers and a Best results were obtained
rioting. allowed to continue. Association and does the walking, and can'tdo be prized because it Is thrifty
of daylight! high color intensity. Five full when the fat used wan! butter -
It should be one of the matt And speaking
I like the riding mower and to make.
"When we have the right to "No, Rap Brown, you are not 'outstanding events of Its we've grown used to the hours of sunlight is needed or margarine rather than Four easy hard-cook
in violence to decide what owners, "let his fingers do each day to get full color development other sold type shortening. chopped
burned by Day-
engage going to see this country kind ever held here. change brought on cd 2'/a\ well drain-
laws we will abide by and thosewe down. No, Stokely Carmichael, iKht Savings Time wherebyIt the walking through; the and good flower Muffins can also be pre- ed eggs baked beans cups, one-half cup
Drainage continues to be a. .tfocsnt get really dark un- green old stuff.'" pared with, half the usual
will ignore we no longer havea
there is not going to be a fightto size.Don't sliced celery, one-fourth cup
plant the seedsyou've amount of fat. A reduction in
government, but we have an- the death between the races in eachcase chopped parsley one-third to
saved or bought direc- tenderness and flavor- In
archy. America. What we are going to Arthur McRae; Brooker Jr. units, 760 needed major repairs tly Into the soil. Start themIn may be noted-but I one-half cup ftnelyi chopped!
onion [las desired 1 table
"We are facing a breakdown in do is establish law and order and High Mrs. Daisy. Fisher. : 1,183 had no Indoor pots or flats where they'll think you will find the pro- spoon mayonnaise, 1 tea

law and order. With it comes a to place those who think they can 25 Years Ago toilets' and 1,028 had no get a good start. When the ducts highly acceptabe. spoon prepared mustard 1 or
violate the law under arrest and The Misses Gayle and Virginia electric '''lights. seedlings come up, they SNIFF AND TELL 2 tablespoonsprepared
disintegration of moral fiber.
.
our '
Sewell honored' out-of- should then be transplantedto
that they the penalty for You can refreeze food that horseradish [ras deslredl. one
see pay By Alice McGarvey
With this plague comes destruc- town guests at a, luncheon In these. of odd dances we small organic pots and
has been thawed but with
half salt eighth
tion and violence. With this hor- their crimes."I Wednesday at the home of hale ,a., tendency to think then kept under close confinement some big Us. Fruits-a usually teaspoon teaspoon ,one several
death and destruction. their parents Mr. and 'Mrs. that the, '''dances of bygonedays where they can get pepper
ror comes
call on the. President to The'. big news at the beginning ferment when they start to leaves lettuce.
Terror stalks our land. match his words with action."I of August, 1942 concerning W. B. "Sewell.- Guests were '., were, all sedate-quite adequate watering until four spoil. A little fermentationwill Combine eggs! beans, celery -
Jackie Wedgeworth of to the contrary. Twenty-five
Miss true leaves out.
or five come
I not make them dangerous onion
and
Governor in Bradford County was parsley
"There seems to be a hesitancyon call on every I iTuscaloosa. Ala. who Is visiting years atro a Jitterbug party at Now they're ready for the
the declaration by the federal to eat, but It may: spoil Blend the mayonnaise with
land 'to take whatever actionis Mrs. U H. McKlmmon !Aunt VIda Morgan's "mag "It takes
the part of many officials to the government of the intent to outdoor garden. their flavor. You can refreeze the seasoning Stir Into egg
their law-enforcement to law and of Kingsley Lake! Miss Dorothy azine emporium" given for about four or five weeks thawed fruits If they still least
use powersto necessary preserve purchase a large tract of mixture. Chill at one
Gainesvillewho her niece! Suegene Thomas.,1V'Ore' ,
Steel of ,
Ann from the time first place
you
meet these threats. land around Camp Blending taste and smell good. Or you hour. Serve on crisp: lettuce..
order. Is visiting! Mrs, Ouv': ', 'out two floor boards the seeds in the pots or flats
It would total about 38.240 can use them In cooking, Garnish with bacon.
"Riots are pure and simply un "Let those of us in .Congress acres. Sale; Miss Gloria Johns of 'which had to be replaced before until the young plants go into baking and for jams. Jellies Calories per serving -
is visiting business the next day.The'"rugcuttln" .
Jacksonville! who should
controlled force and the garden. Flowering and But it is a about 240.Variation.
they must preserves.
here and that law About two years before, said to
determine now her grandmother, Mrs. T. J. was start about four weeks after thawed
different with
be met with greater force. As a the Florida. State Armory Miss Mary' Ann be' fastand furious' with story :
Griffin
; that
and order will be and
preserved and These become
meats poultry. -
fire burns more brilliantly as Board had condemned some Watson of Griffin, ''Oa., who'is Margie Middleton and Chester Egg and Kidney Beam,
annuals
fuel is heaped upon its flames, so let us take whatever action is 1,000 acres on the east side visiting! Mrs. L. D. Vlnintr. McKlnneyi setting the that There are be very few in central unsafe to eat when Salad-Use canned kidney
can grown they start to spoil. Examine
does a riot increase in violenceas necessary to see that this is of Kingsley Lake. At that and Miss Verna Jean Griffin pace. Others enjoying, the, 'and north Forlda which will each package before you decide beans in place of. baked
time It'was intended only fora who Is visiting frolic were Wanda Pearce beans.
it is allowed to of Jacksonville -
back. Some
grow. done. not be frozen
what to do with It. If the
National Guard summer Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Betty Turner Richard Ray, however, are cal- Menu suggestions Serve
,- training ground. Following Raymond) Hall. Ralpn Alvarez possibilities color or odor Is poor orOU; with potato chips, raw cabbage
bachelor's buttons.pansies. ,
endulas
war preparations and entry are not quite sure, get rid of
Bradford County had a total : .Jerome Johns, Bobby snapdragons, and wedges and pickled
The Into World War n the federal at Turner Steve St. John, andA. the food .Testa show you can beets. Have baked apples for
lid Bradford County Telegraph government leased the the of time 2,245 of dwelling the 1940 units census .. L. Dyal. particularly in central Florida refreeze beef veal and lamb dessert.No .

ESTABLISHED 1879 1.000 .acres but this would be petunias.
before Camp Blandlng was
A the first purchase of land. Dr. H. who FOREST FIRE woods .
opened. Owners occupied 1- L. Jennings fires were reported
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
N .s'J Bradford County schools 022 of the dwellings. 'Of the had practiced medicine In the Ing these war years there REPORTBradford during the week. Since

Florida's Oldest Weekly New.p per ,rnbUdurf OontfaMMMly except Bradford County High balance, 1,080 were tenant county for about five years was a scrap drive of some County receivedan Jan; 1 there have been 96
ry Itlt Under School. opened August 3, occupied. and;!: 128 were vacant left for active duty In the average of almost two Inches fires with, 788,6 acres burned
The Same H tPuWUhed ff. constantly
almost
q 1942. The schools and principals but for rent or sale. army. He went as a first kind on of rain during the week: as compared with. 70 fires
were: Hampton Jr. Of the 2,103 occupied: lieutenant In the Medical Citizens were asked to give ending Monday, with Highland and 4316 acres burned during -

each Thursday an* _tend a. Second Cl.. Matter .t the Pat Office High, M. W. Morrow; Lawtey units, 397 had an average occupancy Corps at Moody Field near collect or sell rubber, and being the wettest spot. 'the same period last year.
Jr. High L. N. Sponholtz: of 1.5 or more per- Valdosta Oa. metals of various kinds. I* T. Louis Hill Fire Tower at
at Stark. Florida under Act of March Std, 17*. .
Vanderbilt Elementary Mrs. sons per room. Major repairs: -' Dyer was chairman of the Highland measured 3.8 Inches .l1Ml't1YVILKL'IlSOi'i

Subscriptions In trade areas 1 year, .001 6 Moat*, .sa Bynum Perkins; Graham were needed by 1,164 and; 1," The armed services and metal drive and did his of rain during the week. IX ANGUS ASS .
Elementary; Mrs. Ruth Fraz- 835 had no private baths. manufacturers for the scrap New River tower recorded 1.. Jimmy Wilkinson of Starts
Outside trade area 1 $4.50) 6 m.ntlM. 5L5 serv-
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:year: ) usual thorough Job. The fed-
ler, teacher-principal: Hell- Average rent was $9.04 per ices needed many materials Inches, and) Santa Fe had AM been' elected to membership
bronn Elementary O. E. McCauley month. that were In short supply, so eral government paid 25 cents only half an Inch County in the American Angus

; iUalnn Elementary. Of Hi* rural-farm\ lInl scrap wWI: of.great value.. )urn per pound.fur acraii Imiw .. average wu t 189. -*_ .AMOcUtlou at St. Joseph, Mo I,




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CHarufler was home in JUiP lege. A number of youth wllf airport In Jacksonville 'by his COURT-OF"' BRADFORD I (5.000.00)) exclusive or prop. ,
NOT1CR OP INTENTION: TO
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city
Colored Citizens on a Uxree-weelc leave with talents Mrs. Earl Dobbs IN PROBATE! NO.
attend) and exhibit tholr aunt and JBBOISTKR FICTITIOUS I and Statute of the atat o( 1
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News .relatives and Mends.! Airman In many religious activities Miss Beth Dobbs. Notice la NAMIe hereby' given that E.tat.: of 'WILLIAM M. SAPP.I Florida; and .all nc.dltora! of
Chandler is the son of Mrs taking part In work- Mrs. Betty Brancottl and the und..r.tgned" under the pro- D.c"a..d. mid aid required.tate ar to baraby rue any notified claim. i
Anna Wright of Lincoln City. shops that will lead to betterpreparation niece Miss Geraldean Reddish, vlalona of Chapter 20,913, Lawn NOTICn TO CUBDITOBSAll having. claims I or demand which they may
orvilltorM
NOTICE He is now stationed a t the for today task. were shopping In. Gainesville of register Florida with, Act.the of Clerk 18 11.of will the or demand ag-alnat the'' tatS I have asalnet the Mid aatate In thenfflcti
of County Judge
>Girl Scouts of Troop 628frill Air Force Base In Hampton. Duel Day will be observedat Friday r Circuit Court, In and tor Brad- of Wlllam M. Sapp. the above I / Oaunty, Florida JD afHradjford
meet at the home of Va. Mount Plsgah AME We are having a wonderful ford ,County, Florida, upon receipt notified named that daoaacd an Order are of hereby Administration tl,. Courthouse at Stark. -
of proof o-t ofthla _
their. leader, Elizabeth O.JValker. CHURCH NEWS Church on September\ 10. revival and If you never have notice, the fl publication" tltlou. naOnv Unnecessary. h4 Florida month within from. the 11 di.t(8) caJnticWir ot the

; Saturday. AUK./ 12. Antloch Baptist Church Watch the paper for further heard Rev. Tom Collins, you IL: which of City 1 Barber Shop unaer been Theron.entarad.A. >>Yawn' th. Honorable County first puii> <"tlon... trtu ntl. loe
I am In buainaas
for an outing activity. Final Rev L. W. Thomas pastor. Information.MT. owe It to yourself to come eo."II' Stark .' tT HHrtltt Vlfrlnia" SiDP.
at 107 E. Call St., *, Juda; I1n
plans will be made Friday.AMERICN Sunday School, 10 a. m MORAl METHODIST hear him. Wo would b; happyto Kla. value of laid entat 1 la !less I lug!Petitioner*pou *.and survly.
LEGION Morning Worship J Jl a. m Rev. H. P. Hudson share this revival with you. Box Carlo.80, Johnion Lawtey. Fla.Route 82058 1., than PIvJl Thodnand "DIar11STAT) 7/aj/ it 5liPHOTOGRAPIIERi
AUXILIARY NOTICEAll Evening: Service, 7 p. m pastor. Church School, 9:30a. : !Miss Carol Rahn of State sole owner. J .
members are asked to Messages by the pastor. m., Morning service, 11 a. Farm and Miss Patsy Jones Dated this 3rd day of AUKuit I

please attend a. called meet- Choir rehearsal Thursday, m. Communion Service, 4 p. of Raiford are spending the Bradford, A.D County,, lee, Florida.at Stark,

ing at RJE High School 6 p In.. at the home of Mrs, m. week at. the American Cheerleading !8V3 4t 1/24
Mbnday night at 8 o'clock. Bernice Alston, pianist. ISliK. & BETHLEHEM FREE WILL Camp near Lees burg. ( .KI hOUSING! 'I
Officers will be. Installed by Bstelle St. All members'? Baptist Church, Rev. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kit- --

the 4th District Resident.! are asked to be present and McKay pastor. Monday tier were Thursday night sup "OTIC" OP 'iuiKniFT-:: SALK ,
Mrs. Betty Brown. Other on time. Mrs. Oertrude night. Choir No. 3 and.tJ'sh- per guests of ;Mr. and :Mrs. Notice I. hereby given that' I, I
District Officers will te visiting Carter reporter. ers Board No. 2 will rehearseat Fred Hare and family in Jack. P.Uradford D. Re'1 County
:. Greater Allen Chapel 7:30.: Tuesday night. on VlIle. I under and by virtue''o-f Writ ofraxerutlon I THE BEST DEAL ON. A NEW OR1

HOME ON LEAVE AME Church. Sunday! School Choir No. 1 and 2 rehearsal Mrs. 'Mary Freeman had as Execution: to issued Wit out: of Small', RECONDITIONED '
Airman 1st ClaSH John E 10 a.. m. with Supt. F. B. De- : at 5 p. m. Wednesday night Thursday gueats her sister-in- Claims Court ot Bradford County .
........ lestre In charge The- second Praier Meeting. Thursday law, Mrs. Fred Jones of Lake Florida punuant to a Final
1 Judgment for 13. M. Lowl, '
Sunday is1 observed! as YoUth night Story Hour at the Ctty, Timber Company Stark, FlorIda ': ,
FLORIDATHEATRE' r' Day with the youth serving. church. Ladies and. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Martin I Richard Nipper Gets Army Award and ag-alnat Fo-n.o Thomaa, MOBILE HOM ,
I At 11 m m. the speaker will Band will meet in tha homeof and l'daug'hter, Donna, of State 1400,00 defendant., together In the with amount coatv of of :

be Ml* Audrey; Marie Gib Mrs. C*. Llnsey Friday Farm visited :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Specia 1st-4 Richard M. Command. collection. i I
I I son. Evening service. 6 p. m.. night. Sunday School, 9:30 a. Martin and family In Jacksonville Have seized and havov In my ,"
: Nipper C right] whose parents I Specialist Nipper receivedthe pouMftftalon. th. following, den. I
message! by Rev! L. A. Sampson m. Morning Service. 11 a. m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Calley award for meritorious ('.'''e,1 perannal property to''
I I pastor. The Ga. parents Truck, 1O
will serve. Parents are asked Lawtey as speaker.- Mission at 713 Thomas St. in Starke, clerk-typist in Headquarters: No. CB537B103818 T ng No. ,
I I to please' cooperate With the Meeting at 6 p. m. with Mrs. and, Mrs. Monroe Kittler.THERESSA recently received the Army Detachment. 1st Logistical 1BCV-ITJ RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 WIDES_ 1;.
"ShO'wtime--W\.>kday8 7 children. In the Junior Prince presiding. A* the property\ of the abovenami.i
'. .Y'r9'' .""' .""' ''''''' Commendation Medal durIng Command, In Vietnam, from defendant and that' .
Sunday-: Saturday 1 Church activities. Remind The youth of Bethlehemare ceremonies near Tan Son June 1966 to June 1D67. He Monday. the Slit' day of Autf-0101 i 2 AND 3i, BEDROOM MODELS:

them, to attend the meetings ready and willing to do Nhut In Vietnam. Presentingthe entered the Army in January u.t, 1987 at twelve o'clock ,
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PRI. SAT AUG. 11
:. ; each Monday: at 5- p. in. jobs such as cleaning yards, award Is Brig. Oen. Shelton 1966 and was last stationedat Noon on eald day on the prem- :, All Ages & All Prices ,.

DOUBLE. FEATURE Annual Women's Day pro washing windows and other I E. Lollls. commanding Fort Leonard Wood Mo. !ices. of the Bradford. Cbiknty, ,
gram will terminate HundayAUK. jobs to obtain money to By Linda Crawford [ general of the 1st Logistical I Jail, I will offer fop Male and Low Down Payments, Monthly Payments' Leas
WOOUtERbIlOS.1tFERUN' / 27. Mrs. Besul* Lee beautify the church. Money sell to the hl'ffhett' bidder* lot Than Rent!'

JOI, chairman.. asks all, captains goes to' the churctt.: and' not &AAAA aAAAAAAAAA AAAA4 ca.'... In hand, the abme described ,
I SERVICEMEN I IPfe.
HUSKY( LANSING to please contact each member to the Individuals. They are NEWS ABOUT propnrti of laldtdefendt' /KEET DELIVERY AND SET-UP I
tt> Inform them' of the making great progress. As a Hope Baptist Church ant to satisfy the 'aiforeaaldExecution. 1

DON duty He or she has to per- resultof' their hard work Recreation is held, each Friday Michael E. Zlice son of training at Fort Banning I 1
form to-" make this night at the community rating; IK 'the I P. D. Reddish, SheriffBradford
activity- Expert
BOWMAN; new pews are already in the : Mr. and Mrs.. Raleigh Zike of Ga. Mabile1
success. church. For information house starting at 7:30: p. m Keystone Heights, recently highest mark a< soldlar can I CountY'. Florida17JT I Mustang

: Ofllcer and members of contact Deacon Prince on Everyone is Invited to come participated in a jointservice achieve on his weapons qualification 4t 8V17

Oreater Allen Chapel were Old Lawtey Road; or call and participate. The lights amphibious assault on the test. .
i gratefati' to haver the presenceof 964-3138. I at the baseball field are now Island of Molokal, Hawaii.
: Mrs. N. L. PuIIum in our BETHEL BAPTIST Church, up> and we can have our ,Stationed Schofield Bar- Staff Sgt. James F. Moss IN THR] COUNTY JITDQ13CIOUHT '" H is.

services Sunday after an exv Rev. A. Vlnson pastor. Sun- games at night. racks in Hawaii, he is a cook son of Mr. and Mrs. William OP BRADFORD I ,

tended visit: in'' Dayton Ohio.It tfiay School, 10 a. m. with Sunday School, 10 a. m.; in Company B, 4th Battalionof F. Moss of Route 2, Starke,
is a blessing to Know that tfaster4 Anthony DeSue in Morning Worship 11 a. m.: the 11th Infantry Brigade's3rd has arrived for duty at Wake I INC-. r
her health has Improved- She charge. Morning Service, 11 Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Infantryt Island. A munltons disposal. employing/: more than tooo'modern U.S.'IIwy. 41 North Phone 752.279T,

is staying: with Mrs. Debbie a. m. with sermon By the Evening Worship, 7:45: : and specialist Sgt. Moss pi evlous- aircraft. Sgt. MOSs! Lake City, Florida
Thomas. at 807 Keller St. pastor: Communion will be Wednesday night Prayer Ser- Pvt. Clinton Kelly, son of ly served at Lockbourne AFB lev married to the former Alice I

MOUNT PISOAH AME administered at 6 p. m. ser vice, 7:30: p. m.. with choir Mrs. Mable Tyson of Route In Ohio. He is assigned to Weldon from England; II I Headquarters For Instant Housing'1ACKsoivltt

,; Church' Rev. George Ei vice. practice afterwards. 2, Starke, recently fired "ex the Military Airlift Command ,I
Young pastor. Services will Tht! annual Tribe Day win PERSONALSMr. pert" with the M.14 rifle which operates a global airlift -
conclude) Sunday with SUnday terminate- September 10. :and' Mrs.: Ch t.. craW'- during his basic combat system "' U. 8-.<-. 'orces = I

School at 10 a. m. with WatcH the paper fo* further ford and Patricia. attended. a ',- ..... .. 8
I ; ",u.aI LYS Mrs. Ann Wright in charge. information. revival service at, Mount Hy*- MeMMMMne aii ii USINESSOlRECT"NV I
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Regular services' will )be: held Zion Baptist Church. Thursday II ;
II I next Sunday. ( night., I STALLINGi'S CORNER
HRVNW The State Til is in sessionin Rev.' D. E.: Willis, of Pa- I - -
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: >> Jacksonville through\ Friday RAIFORD latlea was a guest at the APPLIANCESAppliances :MOBILE 1I0l\IES-USED''
at Edward Waters, Col- home of Mr; and: Mrs O. I.. I *,

S : COLOR By Mrs. Karl, Dobbw Crawford j 'and family, Satur- OASIS LOUNGEYour Color TV \ ,
fIII'Sf
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byDeLUXE Phone. 490-2601 Stereo
day.Jimmy Magnavox
S T sxmct.iiyJEANYARBROUGFIS .' 30lDRI'VEIN. Anita Leach Leach, and Sandra Sharon and CLOSEST Spot For Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shop BARNETT'31Commercial .

au-.Yb'I, l DUKE YELTONS LIQUOR WINES BEER General Electric:: and Portrait-
mxkiudby.. BERNARD WOOLNER Family Supper at- Raiford Starling all of Starko, wel'eguests "You Get A Good Deal At- USED:: TRAILERS Photography
E S at the home of Mr. .f 4
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FIrst Baptist Church was1 held! Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. .. Frame *' Custom:
Framing
and Mrs. O. L. Crawford, Campers from 8 20'
Wednesday
: PLUS night. followed i by
regular! Prayer 'Meetftig and I Sundays Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M MILLER@l? Mobile Homes 32' 53/ 1M8'BlndUtf) BKifiJacksonvUIa :
r- -. Business Meetings ", ',' ..);Ir. ''and Mrs. O. L. Craw F. 0. ) S ....1UC.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor ford and family, attended a "ECIAt DISCOUNTS MOST 3 FIFTHS .... Trade., -,Bank Financing;
OPEN SUNDOWN anti family: recently retuu.ed gospel sing at i Laura Baptist WI n. HM.."KM. rum MM (MlJaoknonvilta -

ADMIssION frqm) a visit with Mr. Taylor'satheri Church;. Saturday night. OR QUARTS Hg-wy. 21. Orange Park
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swln I PIANOS
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S. B. Taylor in Adel, South Starke U. S. 301 Tel. 264-6324
,Adults 75c Students.6Oc'1 Gal. who' ,had surgery but Is ,dell and family, visited Mr. I .Mi. X on Auto Sales & Service
Children :;!' and Mrs. Swindell of .
Jimmy ,
eeoverlnir Mrs.Charlene nicely Taylor now. accompanied Hellbronn Springs, Saturday.Mr. ';, :: ::;::" ;:" c_: ',', : :, .- '. : ::1 1 LANDROVER For 1\lulllcal.Advlee

TIIUR., FRi:, SAT. I her; 'cousin! Mra, Cathy .a.nd.Mrs: R. O.; Zeigler MOTORCYCLESHONDA C. CARTER NICE, ,
AUG. 10, li; 12 of Gainesville were weekend
Fitzpatrick! to the in
: airport This pleasure trip will do good! The World's Finest In-
you
Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Fitz- guests af the home of Mr 4 Wheel- Drive I
patricia was and Mrs. J. D. Grit fla. '
leaving! fop Oerm .
Sold and Ser\lo! by
any where she will, reside for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin Robert Chevrolet ,
t !
the next-year.and a half. dell and family visited Mr.: < Greets Cove Spring 30S3 MOTOROYjDLES;
:Mr. and Mrs. Drew 01.1 .
Sweat and Mrs. Alfred Underwood Jacksonville) 201-WHMI Established 1948
: and family 'had as- weekend and; family of Keystone
SUN., MON.,, 'TUES. ALL MODELS Chlckerlngad
guests her brotherand family Heights.
Other Nam.
AUG. 13, 14, 15 1! :Mr. and Mrs. A. U iU-alle! Miss ,Minnie Rhodin and JEEP 'Brand-' '

.. 2. and sons.of Tituavllle. sons, Mike and Dennis, were dLItRESORTEALL Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS COtoT: OROANS
(IIr.,and ;Mra. ''Monroe Klttler: Sunday guests at the homeof Vehicles 24151 Park JaclueovUle 88Ioo8 jl( *
: : j:.'WALT.DlS E 'S 'J visIted :Mrs\. Alice Keene in Mr. and Mrs. Walter S Jeep WagoneerStation Open': 8 A.M. 7 P.M; : ,
Gainesville Friday. Wagons
Swindell.LIAMMOND.
: CR.t.CIUNGJ) ., ,' t&ift-mlnded' Friends of Mrs. Harold Yar- Jeep Universal Tues-,. Wed., Thurs., Fri.

brough own regret to learn that IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI! Enjoy the pence Jeep Gladiator Trucks Open Sail. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. PICTURE ,FRAMES\
awe cut her' leg Friday and Is ami quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn. Authorized Service -
E EXCITEIVIEN.I': : :4I i. PIbf1soPJ---: a patient in Bradford Co. Hospital. crisp, cool day.. refreshing, restful 'hight wonderful S Approved Parts
t L"fI1f<" ;: _.j' .-'-,--- food. Com back feeling fresh asa. breeze. If you likeactivity' .> 4 Wheel Drive! Z- Whet I Closed Sunday & Monday
(\ ORGAN STUDIO
-. (Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs there's square dancing, horseback riding craft Drive SPILLERS"GALLERY

.. SUN. THRU WED. had Sunday guests Mr. and making Wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts, boat- EDDIE BLAND MOTORS. A CYCLES.
.. AUG. 13-16 Mrs. Marvin. Doblxr of Mul. Factory Authorized ing, fishing-lots morel Furnished cottages lodge. Rates
.. berry. Hammond OrganSurfea lower after September 15-les crowded.: For reservations: MOTORS. Inc. 4949. Blandlnff Blvd. PictureFramlnKj
Oil
A 8ervlc ; -
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phone
DOUBLE FEATURETHEmiomsHQ Mr. and ''Mrs.: Bill Browning* 498-2211. OSS W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE
Learn to the Jacksonville 771-8244
had aa Sunday afternoon play eaay W&JllCJ' ", I Painting Graphic Art*-
Send for 334-7731
N. W. 10th Av guests their' David --- ------------- -
.. \ Browning of Palatka son, Mr. and GainesvIlle. Shopping, Crates FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept. DB, Fontana Village! ,, N.C Parrish Motors 'I 1" Untrained' Futures

Mrs. WilHamr! Sap and Mra. :MUSIC I ioi''Pafk St_In FIVb PoInts
Katherine Rayme of Gainesville : '
.. and Mr. and Mrs. Truby 'IIIAT.F.'t!' Jax J53.8M1. .

Roberts of Penaacola. SERVICE f-- _

(Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulk. PARTS i Paulus Music : Co.
: KIRK MOBBrrr. ner of Jacksonville visited' her SEWING CENTER

: JU8AiM1TdllVM[ mother, Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough, Warm weather 32..Yean AsADealer Band A' String: Instrument
Sunday and
.. visited Mrs. Always Good Used Cars
IIICHJIMOnrnwiswrss Harold Yarorough in. Bradford 921 Laura St. Jacksonville Gibson,Guitars'' & AmplifIers! H. & N.
,
: ; IVIBIUI. County Hospital that after. 1 :'!'
: Phone !
.. .I noon. SSd.5554"I I _. School Supplle* Instruction n SEWING CENTE&

: rJmlJ' WAVwmr ) .. Ode Dobbs and son-in-law : is the time BEAUTY ACADEMY .
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I I Robert. Recorders
1967! <<
: ", Danny Brancotti visited Mr. American- J Singer
II ( .
m cct8lb.JUre l"f.Jri and \tra. 'Marjell Dobbs and Music_Llbrary'--Expert:

1 _'_ \. _, family in I!Madison Sunday. to think about Hairstyling Repair Department Auto. Zig Zagr:

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i : Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Miss AcademyJACKSONVILLE
Beth Dobbs visited Mr. and Like New
w :31'W. MO1tRofi CL .. St.. ,... .
Mrs. L. J. Mlkell Jr. and

: WED. THIIU SAT; children. several days last wc.lc cold ather 835-9591 JacksonvUto 3NWM47 Console Model makes fancy! "d&'

: AUG. 1619Jfisy're New while: Smyrna In Daytona Beach.Beach and w RiversideHairstyling. \ 8310 'Beach Blvd. slgrta' stitchesovertaatKt -; morlogil.thZ,

sew on butteI'
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going aLaugtf'amlnutet Tom Mann of Glenn St.
JackaoDTllle 808-3091
Marys visited :Michael Dobbs makebutton' holtj 'tt "bt1nct1":
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: [ Monday afternoon.Mr. Standard Oil stitches: No. attachment*' '"""
: .. Heating Academy'2M9
j; r. and Mrs. Monroe Kittler PARK,ST. DemonBtrators $M-"'omo. #, $4: pet
visited
.. ,"1 j Mrs. Mary Thursday Collins afternoon. InJacksoitville JACK80NVI11JS 388-8331 OPTICIAN* / C&ir Jax 771i.l50'Hi : -

: Accredited A N.- nvInr-Ctr.-: #.-
,, U J Qualified Instructors
,(Mrsi1 Alle Cason and Mia .

: <.mj. "'" C I SiafnQM1U;; Y RIB.. Joyce Norman were shoppIng' I The Man from Standard dellvers'rNow' Modern Monthly SlyHhfr ClasseslVher. .
: I lit J& k nvilleThurada;)"
t' WESTERN STORU
:D WIlY tmnmn CEZMffIa afternoon.Mr. tomorrow atyllstarare *..
: .\W ; trained" .
: _JIUJmMAlf.lIUaJIS : and ''Mrs. Tommy Bennett thetime to order Standard Heating Oil for your family's warmth
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.SUYtIJI.JPA1R and son of Glenn St"ryrf' I 'E.SSrONAL OPTICAl .i"
.- canIuMs,""' *luuu_"" : visited her parents 'air this winter. Standard Heating Oil gives you.more heat for the money ELECTRIC MOTORS 1 co.... ...,. LITTL.EDUDEWestentc,

E ; WALTDJSHEY PLUS _. and ''Mr' ,. Bill 3app. Sunday I Peavy Brothers 0''Prescriptions FUled'_ I Store'
:Mr..,andMrs.. Monroe. Klt- J .
EtUCIi4iiU., tier were,Friday night. suppergiesta Electric Co. >* Broken Lenses "Where" Tou'll .
ELHE "LV\ G. Duplicated FUdArvty.<< !
: I Lon K. DUNCAN AGENT
8LVJOaL'28Un8omnJwclnA of Rev. and Mrs. ; ELECTRIC MOTORS thing: For the HbrOKnUMMlaaf
nie Dobtrs and Mrs. Leila COnner SOIcfServlceRepa) red' Artificial Eyes-,

I R limn", in,o..JnHv11Je.( STARKE FLA. [STANDARD] Generators-Starters Western. Clothing Leathergoods --
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\.0. '.: : :. .i & 001 Mr.and'arrsi Sandersea! visited Soimy relative Starling ; AlterationsArmature Rewtndlngv "Eyewiar: 'Laura Spectal1snl" St5 Jox-SB* -B5&510S4 Chrle, Saddles.A> Sharorr and Trailer Petty

: t TachikJsvI .' --..... -''''.. LSIl here Monday,afternoon. ', 4044 Lenox Ave. 903 So, Edgewood: A...
.rL ----.---, lci1NIscopt.Arn' Morris DoWbS of Needles, Jacksonville 887-2328: Park St: Jax 834-S618 Jacksonville 384-U10
a Call, left for 'home Thursday.
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THURSDAY. Arrn. 10, 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TEW!: ....... STAR1OD. FLORIDA "" PAOlO NINa


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.. ';:(.. .",:P1't"!'!.".., r:; 'o :,,''. Exciting FilmScheduled

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At


Hampton Baptist

:'
The Paul Carlson Story a

11lrp 53-minute coor film will be

shown at the Hampton( Baptist -

Church at 7:30: ( p. m... [

Sunday,, AUK. 13. The public r

Is Invited.It \
( presents the story of a

t man who spent years In becoming k
an outstanding surgeon -

I equipping himself for BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAYXISTCHURCH
3 1 : a life of economic security CHURCH
A
CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
\ ,, lyt t t,,, r 1 Dr. Carlson gave up his
__ Schedule of services: Sun-
career, however, going to Sunday School 10:00: a. m., Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 10() a. m
day School 9:48 a. m. Morning -
Africa to help meet tha spIritual Morning Worship, 11:00: a. School, 10( a.m. Worship, 11 : Morning Worship, 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
10:45
Worship m.
a.
and medical needs of m., Training Union. 7:00: p. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training; : and 7 p. m,-.Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.:
Training Union, 6:45 m.
the people of the Congo. m., Evening Worship,, 8:00: p. Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Evening Service 7:45.:: p.Mid- Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Having endure::) many m., Stolte Thursday VisitatIon 10
pastor. week Prayer Service Wednesday 8 p. m. Sing each,) Friday at'i
weeks of Imprisonment andhavlna Prayer meeting, Wed., 7:30: a. m. and 7 p. m.
>m. Rev. Lane
p. Harvey paa-
'' 7:45: p. m
!k'l' lived under the threat p. 'm. -Rev. .Virgil Lovett CHURCH OF GOD tor.

of death much of that time Pastor.( 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. SMYRNA MISSIONARY NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Dr. Carlson was only mo- Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST .
ments from safety when a BAYLESS HIGHWAY' BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School !10 a. m.
Worship Service. 11 a m. Sunday School 10( a. m.
bullet ended! his life on a 633 W. Pratt St. Sundutf Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH and 7:30() YP.II: Wednesday Morning Worship, 11 ... m.
Stanleyville street even as : p. m. services: Sunday School, 10 Training Union 7 p. m. Eve-
Belgian paratroopers engaged : ', 7:30: p. m. Prayer MeetIng '8.. m. Preaching) 11 a. m. ning Worship, 8 P. m. Training' Union 6:30: ( p.m
Sunday School 10 a. m.;
7M Evening: Worship 7:30:
Friday. m.-Rev.
: p. Wednesday night service
In a giant rescue opera- Morning Worship Service 11 Training Union, 6:1: p m. ,
tion overhead... L. S. Williams, pastor. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
filled the sky Evening Worship, 7
a. m.: Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
Brooker School 80% Complete The film, is said to have a p. m.; Evening Worship,, 7:30: lONQSLBY LAKE Everyone welcome .- ElderT. L. Parker, pastor. pastor.7:30.: Vernon. N. Williamson

stirring Impact upon every- p. ni. I p. Williams, pastor. '

Principal V:. R. Ferguson stands In the entrance to the new circular\ Brooker one who views it. 'Prayer Meeting Wed.. 7:30: BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST

Elementary School' bin students will occupy next term. If it's finished. In time. The p. m.?; O. A. Meeting, Wed., Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: Sunday: Bible Study 10a. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

round building, coating approximately $110,000, la about 80 per cent complete, according Public To Feel 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal, Morning Worship, 11 a. rn. Sunday School 8:45: a. *". m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

to ,.Architect Don Morgan.A Pinch of Freight: Wed.. 7:30: ( p. m.: Brotherhood -' Training Union, ( ::15 p. m. .Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 m. Training. Union, 6:30: p. m.

similar( complex rt Hampton is 60 per cent complete. The contractor, Harrfa' Rate IncreaseAlmost meeting, last Mondayin Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. Youth fellowship, 6 p m. Evening services 8::30. Evening Service 7:30: Midweek .

& Harris Construction Co. of Gainesville, to shooting; for the opening school In each month. Rev. David Midweek Prayer Service,!Choir Practice Wednesday,: Wednesday Worship service Prayer' Service,? 7:00p. :

Medelros, pastor Wednesday! 7:30: p. m. Rev.I8 I. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. m. Wednesday.
September, but he may not make It. everyone will even- I p.m.Itev.. Troy

Principal Ferguson (say Jie does not expect to open school In Brooker'olctogo- tually feel the Impact of the HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I Jim Rlffdon. pastor Come let Robert D. Burch. I! Well. Johiuon.' pastor.
\\Iia, worship together
Sal seven classroom building. Hampton will have a 10 sided structure with nine $300-millton annual freight i
rate Increase granted' last
classroom costing about $229,000. [Highway 100 at Tltere. tb)
week by the Interstate Commerce -
Commission to the na Sunday School 10 a. m. .

ROPING CLUBWINNERS Cindy Jordon Mark, .Joyner, Age 20 Thru 38 tlon's railroads. Morning' Worship-11 a. m.

'Dora Triest. Linda OriffU,I "M" Race Henry Lawson Groceries, automobiles and Training Union-6:50:: p. m. An investment in Your Future

David Manning. Sonny/) Lawson Adr paper products are among Evening Worship 7:1'
Age 8 Thru 12 Brown, Leo Thornton, Larry the many items that may
The first Trl-County contest "M" Race Ronnie Hall, Oooek Mark Adkins. inch upward in price when p.m.

was held In Lake Butler] Sandy Morgan Johnny Lee, Barrel Weave Van Pres the new rates become effec ATiEm ooom m ;
DEDAN BAPTIST [Breaker!
Friday night July :28. .Union
Brad Carter, Rodney Griffis, colt, Adro Brown, Ralph tive.
Sunday Services Sunday
county was first, Bradford : ettMrataaelRarrRrMYa1YaI
Debbie Bobo. Bryan, Doyle Hazen Marian The increase was the ranroa.dB' w'v
second and Columbia third. School 9:45: a. m. Morning ,.
Barrel Weave Ronnie Lizenbee, Henry Lawson. first general rate hike
.Kelly Forsyth In the 13-19 Worship. 11 a. m. Training .
Hall. Debbie Bobo, Klmbo In seven years and 'cams/ despite -
.
rage group was the highpoint Keyhole Race Ralph Union 6:30: Dm. Evening l
Forsyth Sandy Morgan, administration pleas that : *' : :
!# 'r'ytt'ttttvwX'\ro
rider Bryan Mark Adklns Van Service 7:30. Wednesday :.KVWX.X.VAV.V.-VVW.X-v.: : : : :: '
for Bradford. The : =*
Rodney Orlffls. Keith Jones. such raises be considered In
three Cubs will meet 11;,,Lake Keyhole Race Keith Prescott, Marian Llzenbee:; the light of the national Interest Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m 1
Butler. August 11' to" decide Adro Brown Glenn Shuford, Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor.
Jones Brad Carter, Klmbo in! promoting price ,
Buddy Plck-Up-Van Prescott TOGETHERBrothersWgetherhelping
site, rules, date, etc.
games Forsyth
Johnny Lee Sandy stability.
for next contest., _. __ .. Morgan. Randy Joyner. Edward Williams, The housewife will ultimately NORTIISIDE BAPTIST !ii; Jii!!
The following'were award- Ralph Bryan Mitchell Craw. :;;
Buddy Pick-UP Klmbo feel the pinch as the Located on Bayioos zDr .
ed'! high-point trophies tort Forsyth Brad! Carter Betty Joyner.ford Henry Lawson, Gerald new rates cannot help but way (SR 3231 at Raltord Row? !iii I"!*! ,( : one another. We are Cur brothers/ keeper and hfl! !

e month of July Age, 7 Ann Griffis, Keith Jones, boost food prices In the long [CSR 16]. Services: HondA) m .
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and under Mark( Joyner; 3 Debbie Bobo Dean Brown. Cloverleaf Henry Law run. It was said. The price of School. 10 a. m. Sunday ,

through, 12....: 'Randy 'joyner; Cloverleaf Keith Jones son Ralph Bryan Mark Ad 1968 model autos may also Morning Worship, 11 a. m I i'y 1i' helper Comfort. cheer and encouragement .should be given to each other'I |ijij! '

13 through 19- Kelly 'For Ronnie Hall, Sandy Morgan kins Gerald Joyner.' ,Adro be.higher' since around SO per Training Union, 6:30: p. m. ::::: M .. :$::: '

syth Prescott., 20 through"Jack Benny"Ernest 38 -:< Van- ''Nate Shannon Randy:! Joy- Brown, Jack Sonny Lawson cent of new cars of shippedby Evening Service 7:30.: ( Mid i1 111 T There should be a willingness on the .part of', each to. sacrifice for the ether;' r:1: f

ner, Johnny Lee. Benny rail.Camp. week Prayer Service,,Wednesday -I !#i: :
Triest, Ladles-Joyce "M Rac_ C. B. ;! .11
Ace 13 Thru 19 Hayes, 7:80.:(' -Rov, Olena law .
Warden. "M" Race- Louie Noegel Merrill Griffis Ernest Triest, Blanding hon pastor. :::1:: I A Divine Example was sent 'to u', and these are Hi* word. This r.( my |::|:: .

Results for August. 5, in Tommy Smith, Ralph Morgan i Jim Easter Joyce Warden i
order of finishing; J. P. Bennett. Recreation Sites
Age 7 and .Under' Greg Debora Woods.Woods Glenn Willis, Barrel Weave-C. B. Hayes Closed Till 19th PINE LEVEL BAPTIST :::::: commanJme.it, 'that' yt 'tone one another ai I ham 'y::}::

"M" Racecindy Jordon. Barrel Weave Ernie Mildred Easter, Joyce Sunday School, 10 a. m g

Bobby Orlffis.Carter Lisa Lee, Linda Triest Tommyi: Smith Greg Warden, J. P. Bennett, Merrill Camp Blending recreational Morning Worship, 11 a. jo fi:=::: 'loved !you. Greater lout hath! no man :$=:::

Barrel WeaveKeith Car- Woods, Ralph Morgan, Glenn J Orlffls. Ernest Triest. ,, sites and_ facilities will be Pre-Servloea Booster fcema: 3$
Keyhole Race- J. P. Bennett Young, >People and Pray. r rr .
Willis 1:11i
RalphHazen. Closed, to the aenera.1'publlo :
ter, Dennis Brown Mark Ernest Triest.; Merrill Service], p. m. EvsnlnwWorship . .than this. that. a man lay! down !ffr !
Joyner Bobby Carter, Cindy Keyhole Race -Ellis Orlf- through: August 19. due to an iI1f '
Orlffls. Mildred 7 m. Mldw > :
Joyce Warden p. eaervloe.
Jordon Dora Trlest: fls, Kelly Forsyth Louie extensive training session for
Keyhole _. Race -T- :Bobby Noegel:TOmmy' Smith Ralph Easter Jim Easter. National Guard personnel, Wednesday, 7:30: p. "!::1: < .hit lift/ (for bit .//rienaV': ::1:):!:
m. Hv. D.>
Carter, Keith Carter' Mark Morgan, Ralph Hazen. Buddy Pick-Up Merrill according to National Guard -- 1.- Ramsey pas- t .' .; '
Orlffts, Mildred Easter, Jim authorities. tot. '; i ** }iv :$i%!
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Joyner, Cindy' Jordon. Dennis Buddy Pick-Up Tommy 0 >:: K e! 't'i \You are invited to Hitnd.
'Easter, C. B. Hayes, Joyce Tte off-limit areas include ::: jfii.:
Brown, Lisa Lee. Smith. Kelly Forsyth. Greg ::: .: -, :
Warden Ernest BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP .x.' : ". : :..
Triest.
all fish management areas, .
Buddy PIck-Up Keith Woods Charles McKinney. .
.
Carter, Mark Joyner :Bobby Ralph Morgan, Ellis Orlffis. Cloverleaf Mildred Easter shimming; and boating/ areas Sunday School. 10 a. m 11 i:?:!!a ; .v. .' fhurch". furfjyf to''lurA''' ''ss' '

Carter Cindy Jordon.! Lisa Cloverleaf Tommy Joyce WardenJim Eas- Major Robert Brantley, Morning Worship, 11 a. m: .:....,. '"' .\ '" II\ :: *' ": .}' .TIW I ;
Lee Linda Orlffls. Smith Ralph Char- ter. Merrill Grit tie. northeast regional manager $!: ; '
Morgan Evening Worship,, 7:30: p. 't.L1 moreo'f theOn'e ::1*
......... who'gay* i|:
for,the Game & Fresh Water .. .
Cloverleaf Keith Carter, les McKinney, Angela Woods. Fish Commission indicatedthe Prayer Meetings, T:30 p. m'I 'M'. ., f.\ J; .. .. i. J1!!:!
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..- .- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- ..-.-.-.- .- .- .-.- .- .- .-.- .-.-.-.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .........**ee.eec iI public would be notified Wednesday. R T. w. I :::: l :::
Newzn.: a. paster. I Its thin commandment.'k" ':::
-. when the. recreational sites I '
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were back in normal opera- CALVARY' T ; '. :: ti!
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tion. The normal operation! .-., .
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date Is' tentatively' plannedfor Sunday 10) a. m 1''y. :
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Morning '." "r, .f. ,',
Worship, 11 .
August 20. a m I '. ) :::
.. Training Union 6:30:: p. m ";"> 'a

r k,a, Evening Service. 7:30. .. .. ....... ... ..........,... .. ... ....llJ.wtt;, .;;;:;;.;.: ,:...
: Prayer :: :::: :::;;:;:;:::A:;::;::;:;:::;: :;;;;;:;:;::::::.: :: :::::::;:::::: ,.. ::::::::: : : : '
6 R9A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Meeting, Wednesday ii ; ;;::: ::; :;;:::::;:::;::;:: ::: ::::;:::;;;::: ;:::::::;' :: *;,:; : ; ; ;: ::v::rni: : :l::::::::;:':::::i::.
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r FLORIDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL ..;, :
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i MEET OUR CIRCUIT.BRADFORD: IN AND COUNTY FOR pastor p. m.-Rev. '''R. H. Butler {{:(! ll....thud h G...',onMlnM' 'o|.uy In Iftli' world lor s if'f>"xiln|"'.h..wfodgo W/Mi.bnIK 'r\ \ ''tb.' E a: I l=:ii.::::: ..e.

DiyORCB!! AND 'OTHER :::: urn' md.gl Wi timed..for men to, mpond I.l thol I...bx k>"lii|Wi noi.hMI'( WIJhou\ :::,::::: .N

LINDA GAIL TBET..IKII}HOKN MADISON I $:}:: Mil |l .lln| .le llu Ign d/ M, .. tonrimunt u wltlr" w nay of I S..5! IMJfmnm J:: :::i .'

Plaintiff. 8TREKT, : and HM a..da" ...ei. vhkll .. hold. w drat.. will bnWloblr. ,..1aIo. n.nf,.., ... :. : }:J" ..
t HONORAGENT -VII- BAPTIST CHURCH w.:::.::, "frtm s Mlflih.. pint of .,.., MO ....uld mpoort. II... thud lor Iho ukl ol"hu" ...,... :: 1K
LAWRENCE GILBERT HORN, i: 0/ hlmull l. ..d his ''amll .. ..... ::::1
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I .a erty rlg-ht. child auetody and Wednesday Prayer and .
i support and attorney f... for Praise Service, 7:30: p.m.
: Plaintiff attorney lies been Church Choir Practice, 8:30. "

I I : : I CHARLES E. ZIPPEREftCaintevUI : filed Linda ag-alnxt(Jail you Horn as Defendantby a* Plain- Thursday Visitation,: 7p.m. This Feature Published in the Interest of.a Better Community'by'the Follow.

tiff In the above styled Court .
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: Diilrlcl ': and Cause and you are required I ing Civic-Minded Business ;Firpj a )t .
1 to file your Defonie orAn.w.r ( ; .
to the Complaint ae FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ;
filed therein with the Clerk of OF STARKE :
he Circuit Court In and for FAULKNER "STARKE '
Bradford County, Courthouse, Edwards : '.BUILDERS
Starke Florida and verve a West Weldon St. and Ral- SINCLAIR SERVICE Grocery &; .
1I'. copy thereof upon "aid Plain. ford Road. ; :
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tiffs attorney Barton T. Mkt. : .: SUPPlllES/Inc; a
: The'Honor; Agent designation la one of the top : Douclaa, let North Main Sunday Services: 10:00: a.m.Sunday U-HAUL RENTALS f .
Street P.O. Drawer 1228, -I f "
Jalneevllle, Florida School r 11:00: a.m. '" '.. !p>.tnHn c-; 'A_ Hardware ..
on or before Truck Trailer Groceries: -M\ at Feeda
: recognitions. offered'by the company to its agents : the Slit day of August Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m.|I ,/ Complete Paint Supplies
187 ; and If you tall lo do moa C. A. Services;;' 7:30: p.m. Gas &: OU y: MDd Oooda
Sporting
Lubrication
Complete r .
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National Is of Default Judgment will b. '
Liberty proud representative.. : Evangelistic Services.
taken ag-alnet you for the relief Minor Tune-upa }Ph.> 964.5312 Starke, .F". :"vii ;a WITH 'us rrasr
.. demanded In the Complaint Wednesday: 7:30: Mid-
.....,.._'W"W it and thereafter p.m. i.
Came ahA U proceed Ex;; Parte.Bald Week Prayer Meeting 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 ;;,II KYlablsgtoo 'St. W4- 27d
: Less than 5% of Liberty National's represents. : WITNESS my hand and seal. Pastor: Rev. George Green
I of aald Court thla 19th day of Jr. t .
I 1 : fives' can, achieve this honor each quarter of the : July Florida., A.D. 1987, at Starke, DOYLE CONNER Lawson Meat MarketAND

Charles A Darby. Clerk AIRPARK BAPTIST OF
: year. selection is based on a high and consistent : Circuit Court Kighth Insurance Agency STARKE. INC. J COLD. STORAGE 1
Judicial
Circuit In and for
Bradford County Florida. Sunday School 10 a. m. U.S. 3.01 'NORTH IT.. Specialize!! : .la Custom Slaughters
: record of life insurance sales and service : By I Beulah M. Moody Morning Worship. 11 s? m. S-A-V-E fag Cutting ..A Wrapping

: ,." : Deputy Clerk 7/20 4 8/10 Training Union, 7 p. m Evening I With Your Mutual Agent Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fta. frcpared For Deep Freer

Service. 8' p.' m.-Rev. M
.S Liberty National is one of the leading life .: Lacy Conway, pastor.. 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Sinclair Refining Co. r PHONE 884-7059 r


.: insurance companies in the United States-ranking :. the THE way RIGHT yon POINT write. Come for thr In FIRST METHODIST ,Starke "66" Service W. L. Thoma.. Distributor | DeWITT C. JONES

: In the upper 3% of the more than 170O life insurance : and elect ;your favorite ES CIIURCJlt ,,!STARKE I BILL EDWARDS OASOLLvfEBKEROSENB'' t r FUNERAL 1I0 rESStarke a
TERBROOK fountain : Fuel Oil and Greases j
pen. Sunday .. Church School .- Ph. 964-6200 i
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.: companies. Insurance in force now exceeds 93.7 .: TELEGRAPH. 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship. J Brake Service-Wheel Balance .... 064-6Z4 ,
11 a. m.r Snack supper forMYP' Keystone Heights '
: billion, with assets over $581 million. : 6:30: p. m.: MYF meet and Alignment Ph. 473.3176
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-. Bradford
: : ings, 7 p. m.; Evening .War 612 N. Temple-Ph. 964-7231 County ,

.. .. MURRHEE ship. 8 p. m. I TELEGRAPH .,


, I : "I. U : Insurance AgencyRichard Education Monday meets: Commission 7 p. m,: Official on- Charley E. Johns TYP.EW.RlT..EW3 Hurst,, Shell)] Service

: .r Murrhee. Art. Board meets, 8 p. m. Agency New & Used .

a*** //fir s s .. e *e*.''' General! Insurance Wednesday Blbl Study FOR SALE OR RENT-t I' : '
FIre -. Casualty Marine and Prayer meeting 7:30: p. 111 .. Walnut Ph. 8 .&.5070 .CARL HURST {
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; LIBERTY NATIONALWFBINSURANCE : Auto Bonds m OENEKAt: INSURANCEWbody ELECTRIC; t1lwy. '

Keytoae Ifolghta 473-4784 Thursday Chancel Choir ; But Nobody UnderaeltaH. ADDING MACHINES .SOI'' A 100 Ph. 964-Clll

:.. IN8UN1ANCg! COMPANY / :Birmingham Alabama Rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Charley John. Agenev Phone 964-6305; 40$ C. .WaJouC, .&arbl
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IY.s KEL"OGG5: 32-oz. DEEP SOUTH KOSHER No. 303 Con BUSHCHOPPED 18" REYNOLDS & ALCOAALUMINUM
SNACK: PACK. .31 2 WHOLE DILLS 41 2 t tOt. KALE 11t*! : >0 t FOIL 65* 20 t
14-ez: 4CLl.I..OGGS SUGAR WHITE HOUSE No. 2'/j Can SILVER FLOSS 200... NESTEA
FROSTED FLAKES .35 tf. 2 CIDER VINEGAR 21 210oz. SOUR KRAUT . 31* 20 t INSTANT TEA . 87* 20 t
'8-01. ) LEAPERRINS 15V4-o. KEN L RATION HASH No. 303 Con WHITE HOUSE
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9-oz. PLANTERS DRY 17-or TNT. ROACH & ANT 3V RESCUE 12-oz.'SKIPPYPEANUT
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12- z.' IVORY LIQUID 1-or. LUCKY MACK 8-0. WINDOW-CLEANER 20-oz. WELCH'S I Ys
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32-oz. SOFTASILK( PH. REAL KILOINSECT No. 2H Can LIBBY SLICED YELLOW .5 '
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LAWTEYBy Fjfl If i1 Stewart Mrs J Ca., L. Johns !arid Mrs Sunday Mrs. Herky afternoon Johnson, and! GET DEGREE I ment exercises at in; Florid commence State :'
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Fronle Moo'y' of Lake Butler children of Jacksonville spend Michael Reddish, son of:I University Saturdav.ua.\ 12.

were in Lake City Thursday. several day with ,her parents :Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishof The' ceremony will be held at
Enza Blanchard, Mr and Mrs. Steve Ellxaon I in Tully Gymnasium.
Mr. ana: Mrs, Floyd Starke; will graduate with 8 p. m.

I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, and family of Worthington Crosby. V .'. I I I
Springs and Mrs. Marie Mr. and Mrs. WalU".e" Sal-
HICKOX-ENGLISH I Ellxson and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.' Annie Saunders ... . .4. .000.wO .00.
ano - - -
Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. Geor- Bobby Crosby and son of were recent guests of Mr., 0
r'e tM a Mrs. H. Gainesville and Mr. Mrs. .
ge Roberts. Mr. and I ana and Mrs. Thurman Salano of
.
C. Kelley Mrs. Efflo Miner. Dlllard Richardson and son .,
St. Augustine.
CA( Mrs R. E. Lee and Karen and of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs.CecU Mr. and Mrs. Chares Cribbs I. 0

kvitrJ16 John attended the weddingof Richardson and son of and children of AlachlUo,were I : You Can Always .:
Miss/ Eileen English' and tflddleburg. were visiting Mr. dinner guests of her' parents,
t ti Whitmer ut Cedar Mrs. Kenneth Ellxson
John )Hlckox and
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon. Jones

Jacksonville Hills Baptist Friday Church evening.Mr. .In ..- .,---A v .. ,- L ,.... Sunday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Lee Flake Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Ekrward I Nor- i BIIVIE fUll !!

Hickox Is pastor here of Uomlman'w Gulf team, runner-up In heV..m"I1I Sub- and son of Gainesville were man spent from Thursday until Oo'
the Methodist Church Friday: night supper guestsof Sunday with their son-in-
and the couple !Is at home to District Tourniuiicnt, played here taut week: hit 'row, (l-rt)I 0
Mr. and Mrs. C. .C. Crosby law anal,: daughter Mr. and HBS Store
frlen.te! In the parsonage. II. C'ro..by.ll11..mM.. D. nrnnett. S. Trleot. ,B. )Masters and Bute. Mrs. Thurman Jones' ln> Lady At Your .

; : CHURCH ACTIVTIES 2nd row: C. MuHHolini. I. Bryan S. Fuquary" O. Mox'ey' S. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby Lake. O a

Strlrl land I. manner of the Garden ReNtauraotrum Grace Methodist: Sunday Reddish' V. Edwards.Goodman's. and son and Mrs. Marie '
School 9:43: ; Worship 11 a I : RUBEROIDAsphalt
rweKos trophy from tournament director ----- :
I m. and 8 p. m., Choir practice '

Garden Wins SubDistrictStaike's 7 p. m. Wednesday followed Gulf Is Runner-Up GLASS That's Our Buslnes.,. o : SHINGLES .

by a covered dish dinner //j
at the parsonage for all To Lake City In Play-off "If It's Glass We Hare It". :
Garden Restaurant Christian and Southstde Baptist e.
MYF members and the choir. .
breezed through the 1967 of Lake City, and Wesley Vacation Bible School will CALL, WRITE or VISIT, O
The 1967 Women's Northern 13 double elimination .
Gainesville. game
held Methodist of ;
sub dlstrict
tournament
In undefeatedin be held on August is, 16. 17, Sub-DLsti Slow Pitch affair, began Tuesday.\ Aug. FOR ANY GLASS NEED O ''Laboratory TettedDOUGLAS .
St Augustine Garden will now advance and la, and 22. S3, 24, 25 Io -
Softball Tournament held in 1, and through Saturday.
the 13 game double elimination !- to the District\ play-off to beheld from 9 to 11 each morning Starke was: completed Saturday Tuesday! ran night action saw We Design Modern Store Fronts!>> FIRPLYWOOD :
tourney. In Oimondi Beach, start-
,,
All young folks and children
night at West Side Park Econmat hand -St.. '
Lake City.
Garden opened with a 6-2 ing Thursday, Aug. 10. Garden are) invited to attend. Just :Mail Us A Pattern.,For .
with Lake City Economat Augustine a 15-" ,loss..' Good ,. .
victory over University city drew a 1st round bye First Baptist: Sunday taking the championship by man's Gulf defeated Gainesville Table Tops SlZI INT. IXT. .
Florist, whipped; St. Augustine and will play Its, first': game School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 .
defeating Goodman's Gulf in Police Dept 12-6, 'and o K--.2.53 2.81
Fairchild Hornets 14-0 Friday" at 7 m. If,they win m.Training Union 7 i
p. : p. m. ,
both en:is of a double header. King's Food Host of Gaines- SHEA'S GLASS CO. '
and then whipped the 2nd the 1st will play 3.73
game they Midweek services Wednesday Lake City and Starke will now ville edged Lake City!.,Sullivan I --3.50 .
place finish, The White Lion again Saturday at 1 p. m. 8 p. m. advance to Del and to represent 7 to 6.Wednellday. '. H" -:
of St Augustine, 8-' and 83. Should they. ose the 1st game Church of God: Sunday' this area In the district night' play saw 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 1'R :4.53Don't *" 4.38 4.83 657 .

Other competitors In the they will play at 11 a. m. on School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 tournament. Winner rf the Conner Insurance defeat : -- 5.06 5.61 WJIJAItK :

tourney were Cross City Saturday. a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. YPE, district will advance to the Lake City Econmat: 2-0 In ... r *,". 6.61
AFB --5:76
Aero Corp.. Advent Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer st.t., playoffs.The the lowest scoring game of :_ fifteen-year WIITflM/ ..n
Meeting Friday 7pm. Starke Tournament a the tourney. The game had a Get Carried Away : Suck1 .lit 119 laborSaving tOO .". ft. U'-II... ..... o

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Highland! Baptist: Sunday total of 10 base hits .ndas .. 4'xl' S....... .........Ch... whit .r ..1.... .

School 9:45: ,a. m.; Worship. played In 46 minutes. .
Ark. to
were Tuesday Friday
STARKE PHONE 961-6200 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m., guests of Miss Elizabeth Term Goodman's Gulf' thel\' ,sentKing's 'J I .' ., ': .. ,." : Twin Palma Cool Cot. O
Choir practice 6:30: p. m. ,. rR r' 333
on Wednesday they, with Fond host( to the los e qt-r;" '
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178 Prayer meeting. Wednesday Miss Terrry went slshtsee- er's brackPt.wllhca 7-5 score, :- :. LATEX PAINT .
7:30
: p. m. and Lake tty Sulllvnrt elimin- 's OFF
Into/ St. Augustine On
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We are to note .
pleased ( I
Rental Services' that Troy Bennett is Improv.. Thursday they visited May- ated the Gainesville "Police 269 O
from the tourney witha REG. gal.
port and toured an Air Craft Dept. .

HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS Ing in expects St. Vincent's to Hospitaland home 'Carrier. This was the Jones' 4 to 3 VlfrhtlnnJnggame.! FOR FREE ESTIMATE fief Nine *.
come Thursday night. saw..King's! t.,4, .. _
first time !in Florida and;! CALL 964.5745 -. PRICE wh" Dri I I. h.- I
CRUTCHES one day this week. they were very much impressed -I Fowl Host eliminate 8t Augustine a..t In, lw. h.u .. Covers ..p. O
Others In the hospital are .... ... ,. .. .
eight H.
with the beauties of with 'a 12-11 Inning & }'> JOO-40O .

Mrs. Edwin'Padge1t., in. Ala- our state. game 'fend., EconomaS Florida Pest Control and : 11
chua General in Gainesville
:
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eliminated, Sullivan 10-1. In
and Bonnie Rosier and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tes-! HOME BUILDERS; SUPPLY Inc.
ton and family, of Little the final game'of the even- .
Rosier Bradford
Marvin in

have County the Hospital.best wishes All 'or,these their Rock.parents Ark.Mr are and visiting Mrs L. his G. ing ner Goodman Insurance! .Gulf to 'the sent loser'sbracket .Con-i Chemical Co. ': 4205 N.W.. 6th St. Gainesville e "

friends for Teston, and other reatlves. with an :11-5 ;win. '" Phone: 378-1619 .
an early recovery. .
Mrs. Sophia Starling of This win\ left Goodman the 539 E. Call St.
I Mrs.. W. F. Moore returned I . .0000..000..000aa
I Ocala Is .spending this week onlv: undefeated team in the. q I
: last week extended
after an with her brother-in-law and tourney.In _.._ -_..- ... .
'visit with her son-in-law and .
ulster, Mr. and Mrs. James Friday night action ,
daughter, Mr.: and Mess J. W. ,
OF EMBARRASSING Thomas, and famly In Hen- Rosier Lake City Economat rained!
and the finals try first: eliminating: -ARE
airs Mrs. Vernon Olin } ,
dcrsonvllle, N. C.
of Willlamstown, N. Y. have King Food, ''Host..JO.-( .and l] BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Mr.; and Mrs Jlmmle Higginbotham -
i HOUSEHOLD j and daughter purchased the home of Mrs. then Connet'Insurance'7sa.In ,; ;J. ) I
Hester Hicks and they with the'.finals-'of the 'tourhe.y
have Moved\( to Tucson Ariz .
'where he will be employedwith their eon Mark, are welding Lake City,; )had> to I rdefvat' : ..., .' t '. .:.t 'r '

PASTS her uncle: Florida.here. We welcome them to claim Goodman the 'twice championship in. order,slid to 'AUTO' SALVAGE Farm and Indudtr1Equipment l"< ti : : '.!..WEARCherry's. Office Equipment

It was a pleasant surpriseto
Mrs. Hester Hicks they! rose to the occasiontaking -
Is making
Hancock Office
:
have Lt. Cot W. H. Edwards '
her home with her son- the, 1st game, 15'.12.I ;
I and'family In attendance l
at Methodist Churchserfcea'on'Bunday in-law and daughter' Mr.antf .:I and the final 14 to 6. I ,BRASINGTONCADILLAOoIDSBioolLE : >E ; EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized

-- Lq" ,.rr : He'14 the' :1 Mrs.'OlennShuford; for .'The. hI!'Inning:spelled*dl.- ,I : Santa Fe Tractor, Gabaesville'1Most FashionableAddreM .
the present.Mr. a ter for Goodman da they .
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I son of Mr..and Mrs. Hal Ed- Inc. For Ladles
__ '' and Mrs. John Tye nllowe-1):) the tough Lake City Dealer
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FOR: wards of Kingsleyi Lake, and Inc.
: : DKESSF'I.-mT8-COATS:!'
team 10 before Recording -
runs
is here 'on "leave after'some Johnny and -Pam-spent Sun SALES: & SERVICE MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES Clary Victor-Tot allla
lTROA9"ES' CLOTHES T t MOTHS time in Japan. His next. assignment day afternoon in Cedar Key.. outs. However. tho hard FORD Adding Machine. CalculatonSA.1JE8SERVICERENTALS

Is'Viet Nam. He is Included\ with those attending hitting Goodman team didn'tquit Fine S !er4loe of ITaed Car, *
2. SPIDERS 6. ANTS.. -; connected,'with the Transportation Revival services at as ,they bottled back to Taken On CadUlan Trade Farm Tractor .A Implement 7 W. University, Gainesville !
; Mount attempt to overcome the 10-
Zion Baptist Churrh Industrial
FtEAS Ford EquipmentUSED
3, i Corps. In Jacksonville (5n( "Tliursday' run deficit but fell 3' runs 2001 N.W. '13Hu ills 441 EQUIPMENT SAW TOm Dlaoofl your
ITSFOR; YOU I Mr. and:' Mrs. Ralph Wise
; evening were Mr. and Mrs. short. Goodman's led the 2nd MEN'SWEAR
CHECK and Mr and Mrs. Mitchell PHONE 878.5801Authorized SERVICs requirement! with a* first
; sons! Albert Norman, Mrs. Hattie game after 4 Innings of play SALES PART 528 N. Main St. GainesvillePhone
Brown\'and family. Mrs. Darley and Miss Sinna Pres- 4 to 3. fell behind 8 to 8 PICK Up A DELIVEttT! 876-0551

PAY John Brown and Janett returned rott, Mrs, Joyce: ,1 t tcb. Mrs. after 6 Innings and In the . usa N.W. Sixth 0&1\\CI8V11te\ I L & L.Men's: Shop
BY THE F4 Saturday after a twa: Ola Sterling/ Mrs. Larry Nor- top of the '7th Economat Phone 3762648'GAR

/ MONTH cr weeks, vacation at Kingsley man and Ronda. broke the game oven with 6 C tLlNJOLNMERCURY\ E e Florahelm' Shoes
r PAINT & GLASS
Lake Mr; Wise's father W.
Mrs. J. "M": W"1180n'o! Mac- bill runs and a 14:1n.'" : EN SUPPLIES
j. Wise, of ()pp, Ala. who PMO Pluma Suits
Is The tournament! crovided: :
cenny visitingher broth. .
I fv KA K A .A rCHEMICAL Liddell Paint &
has been visiting them was
a large crowd of spectatorswith ;
erinlawand sister, Mr. and .
Wear
Ladies Sports'
with them also Mr. and! Mrs. Sal.. & Service
plenty of thrills arvl i ex-
Mrs. B. E. Reddish thU week.Tuesoay .
Johnson& Paris Inc.
PeM\ Bill Powell of Winter Park : to. Friday guests citement. A total of' 248/ base 606 B. Unlveraity. oGa.lnuvYle. l Arrow Crass Sbtrt\. I Glass Co.KYAXI7E .

AND spent one weekend With of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Ham hits were recorded and a total Phone 372-4201
them. Mr. Wise's sister. Mrs. ruM Complete Line of IS W. University Gainesville: : PAINTS!
i ilton of 188 scored Econ
were their nddauRh-
p . ,
CO. Arils Nowlln, also of OI>P, OI" Mirrors Do r-
ters, Kathy arid Cindy Ham. omat, In 7 games collected 90 Crane's' Imports 11- Sliding
were Saturday night guests. ilton of Gainesville On base hits l wad scored 71 runs SEEDSPLANTSInsecticidesPet ea Tub EnrloNuros-Shower Door
\ and Sunday the elder Mr. MOBILE i: .
on Wednesday they visited Mar- Goodman In 5.:games'collected Volvfc (fMenMeo-Benx) HOMESMUSTANG -WindowsAwningCarpetwallpaperStorefront -

Phone 961-5715':>: 539 E. Call St. Wise returned home with Ineland. 54 base hits ,and scored 48 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
Rev. and Mrs. Joe Jones Con ultattoll.:
Troy and .Sandra King are runs. The top, hitters pf the FIAT IfLLKIAN)) 224 N.W. Stb Ave '
and children of Little Rock 118 'N.W. Sixteenth St.
!
back tournament were Sue Trlest
i I. from a two werks visit
.
2201 N. Main Gainesville
with their uncle, Travis King with 10 hits In 18 at bats fora PHONE 372.0175Gaine.v GAINESVILLE 872-8191

and family 'in Santa Bar .555 average/ and Shirley Pboae 03724.a7S'nea.ty Ile, >l1a..:; Mobile' Homes- Inc.Gslnevdle'
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bara. Calif. While there theyvlllltl'rt Fuquay with 0 hits' atbats, ,
: Disneyland and many a .523 average both of Goodman > 'bieceant Mobile SEWING MACHINES

,. other points of Interest!! Gulf.. Dixie Phillips, of Academy CLASSGAINESVILLE ,Home Sole! lot.

Glenn Starling, who Is Lake City had: the most base Purchase 41 eoimta on entire National Sewing

f stationed on the Robert K. hits 13 in 27 at bats 'for a POWELL'S chain,guarantee huge aving-a.. .
Huntington Destroyer, spent ,481 average .
Machine Co. Inc.
"( his 11-day leave with his Lake City and Starke will NEW M'OON -'CAPEIXAPACEMAKER ,

parents. Mr. and Mrs Leon now advance to the District Beauty Academy GLASS CO., INC. New Home Pfaff. Nelco.
sister Play-offs in Defend. Lake .
Starling and Owenn. .
Universal Sewing Machine
Used Mobile Home Low
and returned to the rhlp on City draws a bye and will Learn a Profession In YourSpare -
Saturday.Mrs. play Friday night at 9. Good Time. Full or Part Time 'EVERYTaJNG. IN .OLASS"' Priced.. With: approved credit Bale & Service
low, mm $100 down.UI"N.W. Nearly! New Unit $5 monthly
I Joyce Futch and Miss mane will play Thursday Store Front Mlrrers ..
DAY EVENING CLASSES
Elizabeth Terry visited their night at 8 against Kentucky Window, Sliding Giant 18th St. 441 North Budget Terms Available

aunt Mrs. Ottawa Terry, In Fried Chicken of Deland If Low", Tuition .Term Doors< Branford last. Saturday, they '''win this contest;'they\ 319 N.W. 10th Ave. WalioOabMarin 'r I GsiaesvW. ST8-1S4C 611 W. ,University Gainesville

,. NEW ARRIVALS will plavF.rid 1 a yi nightat Gainesville'878-2764 8088, X.R., -, A4.. : '\ -t{iCAUL' COLLECT 878-1355,
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'The folllowlng' births has 9. The tourney wlllXcon- '37 20b4 '' a'. .

.been announced: tlnue through Saturday night *.. -.- .... '

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green, with each team absorbing: CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOviRS. TILES & PAINTFLINTKOTE

? a .daughter, Tracy Lynn on losses before elimination:; .

Why strain yourself .' ,r. July 29. in the Navy Base University Glass .. TILE
Hospital. FYYVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVYyVVBavless INSIST THAT ALL YOUR *.Long DIstance Vinyl-Vinyl: AllbelltM Asphalt
Mr. and Mrs. James E. & Glazing'Co., .Inc.BimilORS '.Local Moving I Floor Finishing Product*
? Drayage
or your pocketbook Starling, a son, James!! Chris- HiwavBy CONCRETH PRODUCTS : Storage Packing prating) CARPET

r, topher [Jim], on July 28 In ARE TIlE BEST FROM e Shipping
t i Bradford County Hos.)ltal. e AUTO GLASS FRED I WALLPAPERTenneyTile
Mrs. O. E. Cronby' ESTIMATES CAULHILL'S ,
t You'll find that our Mr. and Mrs. George Prlv- 4. Edward's Building '
ett, a son, George Kevin on AAAAAAUUUAAAauA.AAHappy Tub Enclosure Shower! MOVING & Paint
; SANK AUTO LOANS August 2. in Bradford! County birthday Supply Inc. Door Store Front
.. : to ,,Misses ,
: make it easier and can save Hospital. Mary Ann and Denise Lyons 1319! S. Main Oataerrill & Storage, Inc. I 2222 N.W. 6th St.
them. and Roger Kelly who ce1ebra. 726 S. Main-872-4844 .7"1 I Gainesville 378-1302
i you money on the over-all Julius Eunice son of Mr. ted their birthday last'.week.We S549 NJB. WaMo Rd.

: cost of your next car. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice, Is wish you many more: GAINESVILLE, FLA. Gainesville 372-4271

r, home after finishing his Mrs. Beverly Spence of IRON ORNAMENTAL TRAVEL
Finance your next car HERE: basic training at Fort Bliss, Jacksonville and Mr. and
ELECTRIC MOTORS
Texas. Mrs. MUSIC
Sherman Crosbyi'and I
Mrs. Curtis! Coldlng and family of Oalnesvlllo were House of Travel,

daughters.;! Ginger and Jane, dinner guests of their parents e Ornamental Iron ,, '

of Llthla are visiting her sis ,, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. ELECTRIC e Steel Stair .,. Lipham Music Co.Gataeovflle ,INC.
ter Mrs. D. R. Redding:! ]; Crosby and grandmother
FLORIDABANK Weekend visitors of the Ed Mrs. J. L. Johns"Sunday. Motor Repair Co. e Fabrication J A Erection of Shopping Ctr. AlRLDTRSf: -

Mav famly were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sue Crosby is spending Light Structural Steele S72-A3JU STEAMSHIT; !

Virgle Stress of Zephyrhllls. this week with her sister 'Of Gainesville, Ino. Miscellaneous: 110 N. W. 10th Avenue R. R.Hotels .

: 'AT; STftRKE Their son Don May and and brother-in-law. Bill Repalrtnl'Rew1ndinl'New r Cat Rentals. !
family of St Augustine are Richardson of Gainesville.. and Used Steel Products) Co." Authorized
Vo Charge'For Our Service

One of 3Q Banks of the Florida National Group spending. this week with'them. Mrs. o Joe{ Jacksonville Sapji} and children were WORK: GUARANTEED Baldwin Guitars Piano Gibson* Organ Weekday. 8:30: to 8:00:
S5 N.W.JSrd Blvd?Gakae.B1. Goya Sat, 9 to 12.
Mrs. O. J Anders pent Saturday night guest* of Mr. Dram Ludwig Sllngerland 8415: W. University Av.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.) the week with her sister. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. Phone 372-8318 872-0881 Feuder' Standard Amplifiers Gainesville 8781601.AO
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Mrs. Marian Marra, in Jack. General Norman Is attending -
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



,,. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA


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STARKE, ru>ltn>'\. THURSDAY. AUG. 10. 1987


Mr. and Mrs. Joe Byrlvlck. rYVVYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyywMELROSE. .L :
KEYSTONE HILITES In BIythevllle. Ark. they vis : Nearly Doubles
,
_. ited Mrs. Ottlnger's son anc
daughter-in-law, Sgt. anc I "
By Jim Fox Mrs. Leaman Temple.

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mahei By "Joyce Rowe I '

and are children: vacationing of Jacksonville with Hert,; LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. $ Ieystone Tax Roll

CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT sessions. Nelson, Sr. and son, Herb Jr.,, and Mrs. David Quails
The following rescue operations ANNUAL FIREMAN'S BALL at their home on Lake Ge-. are home after a stay In the
were assisted in dur- The Annual Fireman's Boll neva. hospital following a motor- 4
ing July by the Clay County which Is sponsored by the Sgt. and Mrs. Harry H. cycle accident In Ocala in \I ICharles Passes Million
Civil Defense unit: July 11 Keystone Heights Volunteer Hazen and children of Otis I which they were both Injured \ $3

auto accident [trailer] on Fire Department will be held Air Force Base, Mass., are last week. Mrs. Qualle suffered I
Highway 100 west: July' 20, Saturday, Aug. 19. at the visiting Mrs. Hazen's parents, a skull fracture and
stand-by for first aid at the Keystone Heights Pavilion. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lovorn.Mr. minor injuries. David suffered -
Keystone Public Beach; July Live music will be furnishedby and Mrs. Carl Hewitt a broken arm and leg. We Taxable property assessments Council a civic Improvement; the Insurance policy tc Key.
22 serious automobile accident "Little Johnny Ace and and daughter. Cindy, returned wish them both a speedy re- I totaling $3.070,198' for program cannot be successful I, stone Beach is not in possession
on Highway 26; July: His Orchestra." starting at 9 Sunday after a short trip covery. 1967. nearly double 1966 figures with the building standing. of the Council as required
29, stand-by for first aid at p. m. Donations will be $2 to their farm in Waverly, We were sorry to bear of were given to the Key- Chairman Roy Watklns I by the lease. Council
the! Keystone Public Beach. per couple andi tickets can Tenn. the loss in our community of tone Heights City Council agreed the building\ an eyesore voted to order the lessee to
Remember your Civil De- be purchased at the gate Mr. and Mrs. Richard! Mor- Mr. and Mrs. Olynn Roth- Tuesday night as Tax Assessor but said he has con- comply with the terms of the
Defense Rescue Unit phone Please be sure to tell your gan and friend Mrs. QuanIta hammer and children. They -- -- J. O. Hanson reported tacted three firms but none I lease.
numbers: Sheriff's Office at friends about the event and Wheeler, of Wilmington, have moved to Fort Worth. Hutrhewon (left), president of the Keystone his new tax roll have been willing to take the Ordered stop signs pur-
Oreen Cove Springs 284- let's make an effort to havea Calif.. are visiting with the Texas after living In Melrose IIolRhts Rotary Club, prpwnts thrrk for $200 to 1'leroe Long, The Council will meet as a Job because it is too small chased for Holly Oak and:
33T9; Orange Park Police large attendance at this Morgan's/ son and daughter- for ten years. They certainlywill director of Camp Immokatoe. At right i 1M Dill fowling. clialr- committee of the whole next and has so many( buildings Cypress Streets where they
Department, 264-9612; and dance. Since this is the primary in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don be missed. Their son aMen of the swimming program. Tuesday Aug. 13 at '7:30: ( p. adjacent to It that would Intersect with SR-100 and
Civil Defense Director at source for obtaining Morgan. Other guests Include Eddie and Mrs. Rothham- I m. to review the new tax roll. hamper the demolition. Lake View Drive. Councilman.
Keystone Heights, 4734851or operational funds bY'' the Fire Don's brother and family mer's brother. Chester Wesley 'IrnJtLUu The following Tuesday Aug. "I realize that's been a Donohoe said several near
473-4260. These units are Department, all contributions. Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan are now living in their 23, the Board! will hold a. problem but that building Is wrecks have ,occurred because -'
available in time of emergency and donations will be greatly and children of Long Beach. house. I special meeting to formally a hazard andi just has to be of the lack of the signs
as requested by law en- appreciated. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. VirgIl Rowe accept the new values and! to moved." Mrs. Bird told the. Instructed that all future -
forcement agencies fire department ST. WILLIAM'S On Wednesday cf this and son visited Mr. and Mrs. I set millage. Council. bills from city depart-
or local govern- RECREATION week Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Frank Welland and children Merely! accepting Hanson's! Mayor G. Raymond Starn- ments be signed by the person
ment authorities. Starting Friday evening. Booher, of Newcastle, Pa.. In Williston Saturday.Rev. ; report Tuesday night, the I es agreed with her and told who Is responsible for'them.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Aug. 11. St. William's Cath- arrived at their home on and Mrs. David( Prit- Council did r.ot discuss how [''the Council "It's the city's Councilman Fox noted.
Winners of the Keystone ole Church will offer "..BlnI Peach Street for a summer chard and children have returned much millage might be reduced responslbillay to declare the the bills! are already itemized'
Duplicate Bridge Club meeting I go" to the general public in vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Boo- to their home in because of the higher building a hazard and to take when presented to the Council.
on August 3 were: First the recently air-conditioned her are the parents of Mrs. Americus Ga. after a four- assessments. steps to have It removed." .
place with 26Vi points, Mrs. Recreation Hall. During the Don Morgan./ Is is hoped that week !visit with Mrs. Prltch- Following Clay County'stax The Council decided to Instructed; Airport Man-
T. Dent and Mrs. Fremont hot season, it is nice to know the Y1 will soon be permanent ard's parents. Major General' roll this year Keystone'snew save the problem for Its ager Homer Satterfleld to
Tolles: there was a tie for that you* can enjoy recreation residents in our community.Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hollls. tax: roll reflects the 100 meeting as a committee of order a wind direction indi-
second place with 22 points, with your friends In a cool and Mrs. N. Watson Mr. and :Mrs. B. E. Kelley per cent assessments the the whole next Tuesday. cator for the airport at a
Mrs. Joseph Dey and Mrs. D. environment. If the crowds: Hardenbergh and daughter Jr. entertained friends witha I county went in to In 1966 Mrs. Bird also told the cost of $349.50.Okayed .
Handln. and Stan LaCoste Indicate that people are Interested Dorothy, returned home last ski party at the Santa Fe . ..- The city's roll did not reflect Council the Woman's:! Club a request for
and Louis Kyle; and fourth In the game then weekend after visiting with lake home of Mr. and Mrs. the re-evaluation last year won't put water lines in the Satterfield to have a strip by
place winners were Mrs. An- the church hopes to make friends and relatives In the B. B. Kelley Sr. ; since the county's roll was Azalea Park unless the cityis the runways mowed for $a
na James and Mrs. Barcley. this a regular event. Don't New England states. Bunyon Kelley Sr. and reported too late. City Clerk Interested enough to pay per hour.
The Duplicate Bridge Club forget Friday nlte Is BINGO KEYSTONE LIONS Samuel Kelley attended the Joy Baker said. The I960 assessments the water bill. The Council Voted to purchase one city
which Is sponsored by the TIME! t The Keystone Lions Club funeral' of their sister Lilly] were at aoproxl- balked at that. Chairman map made of linen to placeon
Keystone Heights Woman's HERE 'N THERE Third Annual Horse Show Kelly, in Bell last Friday. --_.- mately '70 per cent of real Watkins saying he was reluc- the wall In City Hall for
I Club meets every Thursday: Frank: Miller of Pitta- will be held at Lake Point Mrs. Jack P. Joslln and Three new member were added l to the notary |Clut> router value. she said. tant to take on a bill when $12 and 12 paper maps at.
evening at 7:30.: at the Ma- burgh Pa., has arrived for a Farm on Saturday Aug. 12. children of Washington. D. hint. Friday. From left! EMoii KLnmioim, Rev. Earl Mllner, Gross value of the town's he had no way of estimating $160( each. Randy Johns,
sonic Temple. This is open to visit! at Mrs. Bees Or.>sberll's Twenty-five events will startat C., are visiting her parents, anti Jtajmoiul Farrln.Keystone real estate under Hanson's how much it would be. Clay Eectrlc employee will
the public and it is' hoped home on Lake Geneva.> His 12 noon with a presentation Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Perry. new assessments totals $3- Councilman Everett Fox draw/ the new map. Council
I' that summer visitors will many friends are most happyto of the colors by the Clay and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rotary Presents $200 682,990. Exempt property reported however that Ed noted several corrections that;
continue to attend these see him as he la a regular County Sheriff's Mounted Finn and family.Mr. amounts to $995.150 leaving! Wiggins, owner of Keystone needed to be made
summer visitor to our community Posse.- The second show will and Mrs. Chuck Kinder To a balance of $2,687,840 In Water Works has agreed to -Noted that no work has
start at 7 p. m.. with.an Intermission : and three children, missionaries YMCA Program taxable real estate.. provide any amount of waterto been done on the washout on

i Margaret Pater, daughter/ after the fifteenth to Africa are here Personal property assessments -., the Dark" for the minimum, the airport road by the
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Paterof event. for a year's visit. Mn. Kin- Fierce Long:, director of inducted into the club at this for 1967 total $383,358 charge of $3 per month. The Bradford County Commission. -
Nelson's Point is home Food will be available during zer Is the daughter of Mrs. YMCA Camp Immokalee on meeting. They were Eldon an Increase of (174,218' over Council agreed to pay the Chairman Watkins said
with her family, after completing performances and the Ruth Reed. Brooklyn Lake was guest Klmmons, a local .businessman the 1966 figures of 203140. minimum charge.In ha will look: Into the situation
the summer session intermission.! The donation Mrs. Bess Lynn and Mrs. speaker at the Keystone In automotive service! ; Rev. Tax Collector Kitty Mc- other action, the Council -
at the University of Florida.. for admission is $1 per person Thelma Preston went to Heights Rotary Club last Friday Earl (Mllner, pastor of the Olave reported nearly perfect : again.Decided( at the suggestion / -
Margaret who Is studying which will be good for Tampa last week to bring and praised the club for Community Church; and Ray collections for 1966. Collec- Noted that a trailer of Finance Chairman
physical therapy and rehabiItation both shows. Miss Cora Lyons back to stay the fine swimming program mond Ferris building contractor tions totaled $11,351 with on- sales firm is moving onto the Walt Thomas to sat aside
will be a Junior next A large field of entries with Mrs. Lynn. Miss Lyons that It sponsors each year. He ly $13.50 remaining uncol- lot formerly: occupied by C&B $1,000 toward a reserve' for
has already been registered has been in the hospital anld that hia YMCA Instructors Special guests of the club at lected. Motors. Councilman Charles purchase of new equipment.
MELROSE fall.Mrs.. Paul F. Roll and children and this appears to be the there. will ,be available again this meeting Included wives of Collections, however, were Donohoe asked if trailers can Council's goal is an $1,800 re
and Mrs. Hell's father largest and best show ever Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jack next year to provide professional the new Rotarians Beatrice, down $1,789 from 1965 when legally be sold in the city serve. The remaining $800
Erie Meoklem of Pittsburgh I sponsored by the Lions Club. son end sons have returned swimming instruction. Mary and Dot peotively. taxes paid to the city totaled since an ordinance prohibits will be set aside at the end
Pa., are In Keystone for their I It is hoped that you will plan from a trip to Tylertown, ;Mr." Long iwaa presentedwith Each new Rotaryann receive: over $13.000.Mrs. anyone living In a trailer In of the fiscal year If the bud-
BUSINESS regular summer vacation Dr. to attend and help the Keystone Miss. and the Smokles. In a donation of $200 for a small gift as a remember- McGlave said she ad- the city or having! one on his get permits.
HOlt and 'their!: 'married .. Lion .raise funds to Tylertown, they visited -Mr -the YMCA' program. The presentation ance of the ,occasion. vertised three parcels of real property for longer than 24
daughter, Mrs. Daniel Head- support their local civic pro- Jackson's parents Mr. and was'made by Charlie\ Al Watson, a past president estate but had no takers.-She hours.I -
DIRECTORYBEAUTY rick and Mrs. Bud Heaps, jects. Mrs. Ray Breeland. I.Hutcheson Club president, and of the club gave an inspiring reported collecting: $40.20 In I Councilman Huntley Redfern SCHEDULEOF
will be joining the family ata I Free parking/ will be availI Qlnny Simmons has returned -:Bill fowling, chairman of the address to the new membersand delinquent personal prop- said the ordinance doea SERVICES
later date. I I abe and}) a limited number of home from Girl Scout swimming program. their wives, pointing out erty taxes. 1 not prohibit sales of t,1.allers.
James and Kathy Kleind- l I ring-side parking\ facilities Camp where she has servedas Three new members were the valuable community serVice -, The Council did not con- but asked If the new firm PARKof
SHOP Ienst of Stlllwater, N. J. are will be available for a small counselor this summer. performed by the club.. vene as the Board of Equal- held a city business permit. the
spending this month with fee. Hope to see :you all on Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons supplies and Insurance. The Rotary pins were presented ization Tuesday night sinceno Both Mayor Starnes and Police -
KEYSTONEBEAUTY their grandparents Mr. and Saturday!1IitBflr spent a few days in kindergarten is sponsored by I ''by Jim Chesalngton and Lon one appeared to protestthe Chief Wally Mulhoffer PALMSSUNDAYS
SHOP Mrs. John Sullivan of Nel I r, South Carolina, last w.Pk. Faith Presbyterian Church Rush ton, proposers of the new new tax roll. thought a license had already

son's Point. Mrs. John Hen- ( Mr. and Mrs. Gene Easter- and i is non-profit, It Is for ; members. Mrs. John Bird, chairman been purchased, but Clerk
Bdfth Jobnao..
Personal. Owner nessy of Elizabeth. N. J.. whois i iat. ling and family of Eau Galls all kindergarten/ age children of the Keystone Woman's Joy Baker reported not. Mayor 11 :00 AM. 7:30: P.M.
Mrs. Sullivan's sister flew and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde in the community. I Club Civic Improvement Starnes agreed to contact
A Creative THURSDAYS
down with the children fora Wesley and Mrs. Nancy Bass, Teachers have been NEWS NOTES Program asked the Council the frlm about a license.
bdMdnal Hair Styling)/ short visit. all of Gainesville spent Sun ed for next year and "select-j. I again about demolishing the -Took no action on deputizing 7:39: P.M.
Beauty |Dare1Iv.17 Mrs. E. F. Allshouse 'left by William' Sunday day afternoon visiting! Eddie announced later. ,! By Helen Egan the run down building across Airport Manager Homer FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
Form
at Beauty Culture plane Monday for McKees Mass 7:30: a. m. Wednesday Rothhammer and Chester Receive Scholarships from the Post Office. It Is Satterfleld when Airport TEACHING
Open) Tuee.-Sat. 9-8; Rocks Pa., to attendl the Mass and Novena 7 p. m. Wesley. Scholarship check' were owned by H. K. Smith, Jack- Committee Chairman Huntley -

Closed Monday funeral of her mother, Mrs, DUPLICATE BRIDUE sent ,out; last week to two BAZAAR MEETING sonville. Mrs. Bird told theINDIAN l Redfearn said it is not AH Services Held In The

I BOATSMOTORS W. E. Sinclair who died Community Church Rev. Winners last week of the former graduates of Melrose : Miss Marilyn Bridges gen. necessary. Congenial AtmosphereOf
Monday morning Aug. 7,. Leon F. Mllner, minister. Mrs. Melrose Duplicate Bridge High School by the Melrose eral chairman, and Mrs. Don wvvvvvvvvvyYvvyvvvvvv -Noted there has 1 teen no I The Lounge.
BILL'S MARINESALES after a prolonged hospital George Canova organist. Mrs. Club were: 1st place' Mrs Woman'. Club. The recipi- Morgan co- halrmal1 for the call for inspection or that .

& SKRVICK stay.Miss William Warren, Secretary. Roland! Bryan and t Mr*. R N. ents were Jean Lively who Community Church Annual BEACHLake
Kathy LaOrande. of Sunday School 9:40: a. m. Bazaar held the first
''The Fun Fl et'. In" Livingston; 2nd place Mrs will begin her second year of organizational -
Jacksonville is spending; the Morning Worship 11 a. m. Val Olvens. and Mrs. J. P. college, andi Carol Rothhammer meeting on August 3 at ( talt. F*)
Service! & Parts for week vacationing with Miss ;Nursery. at 11 a. m. service Vose: 3rd place. Mr i. W J. who will complete her the educational building.Mrs. .
AU Outboard Oaye Quagllano of Jacksonville only. Orolick and C. W Hardy: fourth year at Little Rock Sara McDonald chair By Mlc-ha/el_ H. ChItty
Chrysler Lone Star Boat. and Lake Brooklyn. 4th place. Mrs. Gay Livingston University. man of Circle I, and her members Ph. 475-2171
Chrysler Motor Prior to Kathy's visit Goals -PresbyterianFaith will handle articles of
and Mrs. Ray Starnes. These $150 annual scholarships .A..AAA.AA _
(Corner Rte. :21 & 26 had just completed a two- Presbyterian Church CHURCH NEWS are given each year by arts and crafts< ((Mrs. Thomas
Melrose 475-4851 week session, at Camp Immo- -Rev. 3. R. Neale Jr." min The Woman's Circle! of the Woman's Club to needy Norwood Circle II, and (Mrs. Howl I This Is heap. Big I _j1
ister. :Mr W. A. Wallace organist -
kalee. Faith Presbyterian Church students who plan to further Grolick, Circle HI, will have Chief Nooz-tlller sending I
CLEANERS Last Saturday evening ; :Mr*. Carl SwUh. .r. met at 9:30: a. m. Wednesday their education. and continue charge 'of the luncheon. Circle smoke signal to you Irom
Herb Nelson Jr. entertainedhis summer organist. In the Church. Mrs. Ernest each year until the student IV Mrs. Al 'Lagaaae chairman Indian Beach.It )
Keystone friends with a swimming Sunday School. 9:49: a.m. Bartlett was in charge of the completes his education. Oc- will have smaller handmade surely has been hot'
and skiing party and. a.cook- Morning Worship 11 am. Bible Study. ca'lonallv, however special articles. Circle V (morning) lately, hasn't It? The water
Cleaners, Inc. out at his home on Lake Sunday, (Nursery open both Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steu- scholarships are available be- Mr*. Turknett chairman will Is so warm it feels like you
O. K. Davis! Geneva. Quests who were hours.) art and children will be cause of special memory have charge of tea. tables and are jumping in a hot bath

Every Dry Cleaning Service present to offer Herb belated -Gptooopol camping this week near fun:!.. Miss Rothhammer received homemade ,baked goods. The
Laundry Finish or" Fluff, birthday. wishes. Included: St. Anne' Rev. W. W. Ashevllle N. C. Anyone needing 'additional help evening circles Mrs. Charles Continued on next page]
2 Day Service Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crown of Woratall, vicar.Homlne to reach Rev. Steuart through the Leigh Pearsall Wallenius, /will have the mystery
Pick! Up and Delivery I Gainesville Harriet Harper Prayer and Ser should get In touch with L. Memorial Fund contributedby package gift and home' the next few weeks.FKIJ.OWSHIP .
AeJ*tone Helll'b'41U084 Jim Fox. Joe Johnson, Mr. mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday B. Nicholson or H. S. Hollo- Mrs. Martha MacKeachle.This made preserves and pick." CLUBA
and Mrs. Veazy Walker, Tom begun In Rebecca Circle Mrs. William board meeting of the Fellowship -
9:30: ajn. (nursery open.) program was
CONCRETE Gardner Peggy Hewitt, Ray Holy Eucharist and sermon way.The Christian Fellowship October of 1963 and has Warren chairman., will have Club was heici on
I the novelties and (Mrs. Warren August 3 at the courtesy of
Hawthorne Concrete Crabtree Julie Walker Mr. 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:80: *. Class Meeting will' be held helped five girls to further
Is fornplllng a "favoriterecipe" Arnold Larson's new Lake
and Mrs. Bucky Dunce of
m (nursery open). Chutdi August 17 at 8 p. m. in the their education. Scholarships -
& Supply, Inc. Gainesville and Harmon School. 9:30: ajn. "Holy Eu- Fellowship Hall of the Methodist are given to students book which will Include Geneva Beach Grove. Following -
helpful household hints. the meeting a picnic lunch
Wages. Herb Nelson Sr. and cfaarlat, 8 am each Sunday. Church. with outstanding scholastic
RED Lola of St .rke, Special booths and projectswill was enjoyed and future plans
Mrs. Lyon.
I MIX Evening Prayer 7:80: p.m. Help sessions with new achievement. Funds arc raised -
be the Green Thumb discussed.! Mr. Larsen offereJ
assisted Herb in caring for each Sunday. NYC, 6:30: p.m. adult material at the Meth- by members taxing themselves -
CONCRETE
his guests. Booth (plants) under Mr. the facilities of his Beach
each Sunday. odist church especially for yearly, contributionsmade
H-wy. 20 W. Hawthorn Richard Sunderland and Mr. Grove for a hamburger cookout .
Alec Livingston! George teachers of adult classes In memory of someone
481-2932: 2031 I Dally office of Morningand ,
John Ruffini. Toyland in being on August 24, and plan
Lea th, and DIanne Brokas Commission Education and occasionally by card
Evening Prayer 8:00: am. on
planned by Mrs. William: will be announced: next week.
NURSERY attended the wedding: of and church school parties.
and 5:00 members.
:
p.m.Luthmji Reynolds and Miss Marilyn Persons of all ages are Invitedto
Down
Tommy Thompson to Miss officials will be held August Education ProgramWednesday Nailing

O.C. Carnes Nursery Susan Overstreet in Winter 13 and 17 at Southwest Aug| 16. at 8 Bridges.The good caterers of the KASTKRN join! .: our STAR group.
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Htway 100. Flormhom Garden last weekend. Alec Lutheran Cburoh of Key Methodist In Gainesville at p. m., there will be a special
Church Women, Mrs. Hnrman The annual Robert Morris
21 HUM SB of Stark and George were ushers for stone Heights; Vicar Richard, 7:30: p. m. Miss Edith Good- program designed to inform Schroeder and Mrs. R. A. Founder' Day -celebration la My Future
the occasion. Director of Adult Work Melrose residents about the
Nursery Stock Thotuaiufe :Meyer minister. win Gaunt with assistance of tentatively set for a picnic on.
of Plant A Fruit Tr .i toCIboo. Donnle Dowllncr and JanIce Divine wormhlp. Sunday 11 for the Conference, will lead situation In education, In I.members, will be on the kit August 27 at. Gold Head
.. from. Nice Shade Trees, Whltaker of Newberry, a. in. Holy Communion 2nd these sessions.Kindergarten Florida schools. The meetingwill '.chen assembly line making Branch State Park. Plans are Every Dollar Saved Helpsto
Bv.rgre n. A Landscape S. C., spent last 'Weekend Sunday of each month. Registration be at the Parish House. fruit cakes. I II being made for the Lake Butler .
Plants. All In container with Bonnie's parents Mr. Service held each Sundayat Registration for the fall Since .Melrose High students -I The young girls (10, 11 and Starke. and Keystone Build A Firm Foundationfor
Plant anytime Camellia and Mrs. W. Q. Dowling. St. Anne' Episcopal term at the Faith Presbyterian live In both A'achuaand : 12)) will serve as sales ladles Chapters to :join together. Fin
.&&1.... Donnie and Janice ate both Church: Keystone ''leight,. kindergarten will be held Putnam County, there under the direction of Mrs. al 'plan will be announced A Secure and Happy
Let; u do y.nr landccaptnrPhon students at Newberry College. Fto. Wednesday. Aug. 30 at 9 a. will be a representative from Charles McClave and Mrs. next Week.CO'flIUNITY. Tomorrow
eU-2185 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottln- m. at the Church In Highway both counties as well as a Arthur Ketch. : (CHURCH !
returned home last -llapUat representative from the Florida -
get week- 21.Parents ( High School graduates and
For the of visitors
USED CARS end after Worship service : Sunday, of children kindergarten Education Association amusement -
completing a 6.700 to the Bazaar with a college students are invited to COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
mile trip In the western section U a. m., 7:90: .. m. [taunery age are invited to These representatives will join a Sunday School class
tentative date of November 9
Hanks Used Cars of the open]. come and meet the teachers seek to Interpret the effectsof ,
country* which, will be set aside where under the leadership of Mrs.
BIG CASH DISCOUNT incudied visits to Yellowstone Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. and 'vIew the faclitlea avail recent, events In the school a they room may view! the History and Raymond Farris.' Time Is 9:40: KEYSTONE STATE BANK
system.
TERMS National! Park Grand Canyon tnureery open). Tntaarv Ok* able.School Including sanctions growth of the Keystone com a.m. Sunday mornings. Young
BUY SELL TRADEat. Bryce. Zion and Salt loa, 6:3: p. m. [mrMry opeu] will begin Wednes'' and the effect of recent munity by means of a stereo folk of the community are Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Height. Fla."Your .
1 Box M Lake City. In Gallop N. M., ]Rev' Lawrence Carroll. day. Sept. 8, at 9 a. m. school legislation. A /will be welcome.
All scope. nursery provided Friendly' Bank In Your
Hwy. 100 8 Stile. 8. Stark the Ottlngera visited! Mrs. Ot- ps_:. Cost will be $15 per month Interested community for the wee tots. Workshop The Stewards will meet at Frf.ndy
tlnger'a niece and nephew, plus fee for registration. member. are Invited and will be set up during 7:3O: ( p.m. Friday. Aug. 11, in Community.
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end. They left going "Lack to their daughter and famly foot Is healing but he is still hands. Mayor's CourtEleven court at the time of final I I I -
INDIAN BEACHFrom I Jacksonville, yesterday r Sunday -I !Mr. and :Mm. Dee Morris andichdren. ,,01* crutches from his bout Julio began to whine ,judgment. I, TilE' RIGHT POINT for the|
1 1. They had the Oldsmobile !I ( Betty celebrated her with the lawnmower I 1 After, they, washed' the glassAnd cases were disposed Lacking the now forms, the write. Come In:
towed back to Jacksonville !birthday: last' Wednesday, Berry and Terri'"Smith and es 61 in Stavke! Mayor's court By Clerk way' you
Darbyliltal to
to be fixed and every-' and was presented with a Mr. and Mrs. Strickland of '' washed the plate once Mayor Carl Hurst Tuesday' runt aoMeoi r krtd -select your favorite. ES-I| oo
( Preceding Page! ] one Is happy now (rso fart birthday cake from Virginia Starke were picnicking: at more, ,night: off on a. photo copier for use TEJIBROOKountalu pen. .

when swimming. It Is Mji Aunt, Mrs. Roy; Cren- Ross, her neighbor.Kathleen } Mrs. H. T. SmlBh's Sunday The owner was still angry. Lucille DUl_ , voluntary In a case Thursday morning. TKLKCKAPH.;
also so you go the fish aren'tbiting. shaw and daughter Peggy Mclnnes. RebxNoisworthys Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith So he made them scrub the intoxication sentenced to a. i
It warm would be Impossibleto Hersey were down last Tues- sister and a were visiting: in the afternoon floor. fine of 327.60 or to five daysin .
day to take my mother to the frequent visitor to these Derek Moore and When they finally finished, Jail.. :.II FOR
corn down here be-
cause grow it would pop from the I doctor and enjoy soma swimming parts is on her way to Philadelphia Owen Gardner of Pompano They were tired as,, could be. Willie Mitchell, voluntary Enjoy Our Patio Now Available I
heat. It even makes all of My mother was In Pa. to visit her Beach were guests of Larry i Romlet said to the owner, intoxication forfeited bond
Gainesville. Thursday visiting daughter Patricia and fam- Cheshire at Mrs Smith's "You're a tlddle-dee-dle- of $37.50.
the animals lazy." Our hous.spure
our grandmother Mrs. H. ily who have Just returned when all three returned froma doe-dee." William Frank i
teems empty and; quiet Mobery.
since we sold our lost! Siamese K. Chitty of Bonlfay. who from Holland, where they two week surfing trip. The moral of my story.Is driving without license forfeited Open Friday and Saturday LIFE
kitten on Saturday had eye surgery In Alachua have been for several years. Mrs. Iris Brown of Jack- If you don't have no bond of $27.50.
Mathilda.! the mother is Gen. Hospital. GrandmotherIs From there she will visit an- sonville and Mrs Mack Ellie money. Dale Edwin Cook, teckless Until 10 P.M. :
doing fine and came home I other daughter and) family visited :Mrs. Jo Struridberg: '
hunting and calling them all Don't try to pull a lust one driving, forfeited bond' of
over the house and poor j from the hospital Monday ,who are on their way home recently. Charles, Louise and the consequences aren't so $37.50. IM
Dick Braswell, neon or from Guam and will be sta- Paulette Strandberg of Jack- ,funny. Catherine' NOW YOU
Chester has nothing to doan.v Jackson colored,
chicken man] was down .tloned in Texas. sonville and! Dot and Sam 4
more but sleep. disorderly;! conduct by disturbing -
I from Starko Saturday after- Mrs. A. K. Bowen and three ''I Butler of Ormond Beach etArltARM.
who Felton Smith the sentenced' CANE
For those of you are peace, '
noon, and Tony and Jean sons. H. G. S. J.. and P. L. were visiting their mother
Interested, here Is the end of i to 10 days In jail or a fine of i
'here over the Benton and five children last week. Services Held"Wednesday
Ball were 31. AIN'V.AiNU
the "Sid Forbes sob story. of $ O.
weekend helping on the car- were weekend visitors of Me Peggy Voyles has returned COL.
His father picked out a nice SANDERS'n1c1rE
and port, which Is nearly finished. and Mrs. E G. Benton, and home after visiting a few Catherine Jackson, voluntary '
,
little Volkswagon
In this hot weather, you enjoyed cookout while weeks In Greensboro: C. intoxication, sentenced ,e
brought It to them last weekOtJ'T have to pick, the coolest! times working on an addition to with relatives. :Felton Troy Smith, 54 of to five days In jail or a fine1' I
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to work. the Benton's home Beverly Mathews of Jack- Route 2 Starke. was dead on of $2.750. Kentucky --M
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bro- Mrs Swearingen and Jay sonville is visiting Doris Lut- arrival ata.. Starke hospital Catherine Jackson, doing I
FIGHT BU6S shear and daughter of Or- Wingate: of Jacksonville were (gen this week She brought early: Sunday morning fol- bodily harm with a Good, uPprotocbon.-to-date fife Insurance
ando wore weekend guests of visiting Fred and Vera along her tandem bicycle so I lowing a heart attack at his sentenced to- 30 days In knlfe// Fried designed! A good to fit your ehoiceot needsactly. .polioeles -..*
James.Mvs Swearlngen Friday night. that could riding. a fine of 15250. .
: Mr. and Mrs. Doyle they enjoy home (Like our Junior Family, or]
!I. Mary Dunlap and son They helped celebrate Fred' Mr and Mrs. Albert Yar-I A long-time resident of Press Poole, disorderly conduct :I Executive Protector plans) And
Johnny of Jacksonville were biithday. Sunday the Swear- borough and daughter Fran Starke, Mr. Smith was born by disturbing the peace: ,I; It's the same good deal M Stuta
visiting( Mr and Mrs. W. E Ingens visited Alene Adle on ces were visiting( Saturday In Georgia on August 7, 1912. sentenced to 10 days' In jailor Chicken i Farm auto Insurancal Three good
call State Farmagent
for few Swan Lake.Mr. Jack Millers, I lessons to your
Kite and family a night with the He was a member of the a fine of $ 2.60. IIPl'ess now. Still another reason
days recently. This week and Mrs. David Reid and Mrs Yarborough Fran- Baptist Church. Poole, voluntary Intoxication i The speclaf training'and ..xperaenae '
Judge and Mrs. Warren Nel- and children were down ces, and daughter Sharon, Surviving nls wife,I sentenced to*'seven "It's Finger Lickin' Good"SHRIMP that make him an. outsland.
son are staying at the White from Jacksonville a few days came back during the week. are days in jail or a fine of $37.50,I Ing professional! tnouranc* mw
Truble Cochran Smith, of
leather Court In, Keystone. last week visiting her parents Jimmy Yarborough and fiance James Dougan. disorders\ 60 call him BOM. .,
Heights and will be visiting Mr. and Mrs D. W. Mary Dawson, of Cumberland Starke; his parents Mr. and conduct by disturbing tho' I AND FISH I
the Kites. Robert received a Carpenter. David and ;Sdidle Md were also visiting Mrs. John W Smith of forfeited bond cf I MERRITT
peace $102-4
Starke five Lewis, PHONE AHEAD
; sons, 961-5126
letted from Sewannee Military remained with their grand- and! enjoyed swimmingand .50 I I
he attended for more days. James, and Troy, all of WILLIAMS
Academy: where parents a few a barbecue. Tuesday YOUR
Starke Lawrence of Green James Dougan. drinking asa ORDER WILL BE READY
school last year and The Holds and Carpenters: Eddie Wasdin of Wa do Mrs. : 117 N..Walnut St.
Cove Springs and L, Smithof minor, forfeited bond
was Informed that he had were visiting relatives In Mlttle Hlliard. Mrs. Alta ; EAT IN OR TAKE OUT
been chosen for the Honor Welaka the first of the'week.. Jenkins and son Terry all of Vldalla, Ga.; eight daughters 3750. Phone 964-11391,

BUG-PROOFYOUR Council next :year. There are According to Roy Griffin, Pompano Beach dropped by Patty, Patricia, Vivian 01 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 North
HOME Mt'!! A'"
all !!!:'AIIM un!
and Peggy of Starke; STT
12 members on it and Robertis the fish are biting slow. .ae for a visit. New Laws HOME otljQil.lIIfO: IWIMi
the only Sophomore. ;Mr. had some nice catches of Jack's foot is healing now. VIrs. Kathleen Taylor, Moul- C. R. BRASWELL.. Owner-Manager '
Kites' brother in Texas was bass, 8 one day, 6 anotherand and he hopes to get back to trie: On.! Mrs. Shirley Dur- For CourtsTwo 6M&
recently. A 5 another. They aver- ranee Brunswick Ga.: Mrs.
In, an accident work before long. :Mr Arn- "
e horse trailer broke loose from aged around 4 lbs. He says old Mlddleton the former Pearl Cooper, Germany I and i
4Ia11s a car coming toward him and with the moon: Increase, they Doris Dyal and children of Mrs. Ruby Davis. Moultrle new laws paused by the
ran into his car. The horse should pick up. The shell- Fort Myers' spent Sunday! to Ga.; one brother'B. J. Smith, 1987 Florida. Legislature per-j
Donelson Iowa; five sisters, talnlng .to court trial proved- Two Good
came through the windshield crackers are still coming in Thursday with the Millers. BuysIn
Mrs. Ed Todd!, Mrs. Nellie urea were reported this week
knocking some of .Mr. Kite1' off the sandbars. Donald Mrs. Ruby Dyal and Mailssa
ROACHES FOR SIX MONTHS teeth out breaking Jib Jaw. Charbonneau and ,family of Knight of Gainesville were Orlffls. Mrs. Emma Oarber by Circuit Court? Clerk Charles I
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and puncturing his lungs. Jesup (]e.. and ;Mr. and Mrs. visiting the ;Miller family Mrs. Betty Todd. all of Darby. I
GUARANTEEDr Fortunately he saw that It Oplt of Gainesville are staying Wednesday.Mr. Starke and Mrs. Bertie One new measure increase: I
was going to hit him. and at the Lodge this week. and Mrs James Kin- Zimmerman of Lionser, Pa. witness foes in all court fro I Office Equipment
lay down in the seat. or he Mr. and Mrs. John Culello chen and sons were staying( Also surviving are 12 grand- $3 to $3 and mileage fees foi :
.might have been injured and sons David and John at their place last week children. witnesses from five to sb ,
_. .worse\ and",daughter, Dawn of, :New cleaning'and getting ready Funeral services were held cents per mile. I' I Every ,Business Needs
Robert will go to West York are visiting their aunt for more renters. at 3 p. m. Wednesday in Dy A second measure state ,
Palm Beach ,this ,week to and uncle Mr.; and Mrs. W. My cousin. Peggy Hersey al Cemetery with Rev J. D. that In felony cases the flna '
.. spend,: a few days with :his J. Orollck, ,this week. Mr\ and visited us from Monday: to Bowen officiating. DeWitt C. Ju'dgment' of the court aftei!I
tEPi uncle. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert W. ,Kldd of Wednesday, while husband. Jones Funeral Home was In convictions and the fingerprints I
Robert Kite. Rodney had" his Jacksonville were weekend Wayne was at his National charge of arrangements I of the prisoner must ba I II
.. r Lath birthday ,Saturday, and visitors Guard training.As I placed on a form and certified I
his aunt Mrs. Davis, had a We were sorry to hear of the sun slowly sets In the A Classified Ad ht the TELE-1 by the presiding Judge Whlllt''
nice party in Gainesville for the death of E. B..,Watklns, west, this Is the Ely; Chief I I the prisoner stands k
him but Rodney never\ dH father of James Robbins. Our saying bye until next week. GRAPH bring remits. I d, ,
sprayer--- get., there. The rest. of the sympathy is extended to all And now, here's Leeon .

RID-BUG kills roaches, fleas, family enjoj' d it anyway. of the family.We LEEON'S CORRNEU I Come Where The Action Is ara'see
mosquitos, silverfish and all .Mr. and Mrs. Slaver of talked to Virginia Ross, "Julio' and Romlet"Twas i I
household crawling insects, Eustis have been visiting and she says that Johnny's in a restaurant that. .
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and leaves a residual film that they met, i BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO
: continues to kill for 6-8 months. Julio and Romlet.
GET CASH They had no dough to pay LIQUORS-
RID-A-BUG is available at your
their debt,,
e Hardware, GarderuSupp'yBuilders I etl|
( Supply Paint ana In- IMMEDIATELY So he owed for what they Music by The: Poor SouU"
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I : (dependent Grocery $tor.s. I Because they had no money,: Wed. Fri. & Sat. Nights
The owner was really sore. i
: RID-A-BUG & RUSTCURE II I[ He took them to the dishes.i I GO-GO CONTEST
; TOP QUALITY COMPANIONS'!] And then he brought them'
I' Wednesday Nights
: f For Further Information Call; : 9 DIF" $25. TO ,$600 some more. ,.
I They' washed the pots and Discount Prices on Package Goods !
d Model
STARKE pans )!I Speed-0-Print PhotoCopierFactory

:. Builder SOI Hardware &: Supply DO YOU HAVE. And really made them shine; I One Mile North of Waldo, U, S. 301 .
E. Call Street" .
Then because of her ishpan? I I has just announced price increase to $109.50on

: Mary Carter Paint Store .Too many payments to make I this model We still have
333 N. Temple Street" I two in stock at the oldprice

: Starke Hardwire -Too many biOs to pay? I of _
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f :. 108 E. (Call Strait j I I II I ITS ILLEGAL e
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m LAWTEY YOU NEED : '
I ; J. L. Waters General J.\ld e.l j j jt DO ,

t 1 : KEYSTONK HEIGHTS EXTRA CASH NOW? $9950u
\ : Brooklyn Supply house For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

Hwy. 21 LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR

I i -: Keystone Hwy Height 21 & 100 Lumber MONEY PROBLEMS\ j Business Under 'A Fictitious Name Unless l YOU }iIUrYI 1 )

I : Itutltxlgott. Grocery Amazingly low.priced to fit.any office

.... Lake Genetic. We Are Trained To Help! I II. The l Name'Is Registered ANYTHING, l printed' typed,. written, drawn or departmental mechanically bUdget.reproduced Copies-,

r IF NO DEALER IN YOUR Will pick up any color. Copies 9 In. by any length. '
:: AREA CONTACT
., KENCO CHEMICAL Si: Town finance Co.
CO., INC. Read This Florida Law"It
l\lFG'1 I. HERCULESFIREPROOF
:.. JACKSONVILLE.P.O. BOX 6216 FLA. .. N. Temple Ph. 964-7449 i

.... shall be unlawful, for any person or penwM, M define ksreta, to

... 1 engage_ : In business' as herein defined under a fictitious name ma herein 4.- FILE

flned. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered. wtth the
LIVE IN A BETTER BUILT HOMEHOMES r
tlerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal>> place ., ...... Letter-Size D-Label

1 le. with registration shall eensist of filing with the clerk' aforesaid an affidavit ..
signed by all Interested under eath (One-Hour Fire Protection)
persons> stating the name e<
NEW BRICK all those Interested In the business,' enterprise, the extent ef the let Finished In Beautiful Decorator Colors

terest( of each*and the fictitious name under which said ........ I la carried

I en.. Said registration: may net-be made until! the'penea' or person dextrine LIST PRICE .$355.50 .

BUILT ON YOUR LOT or ACRE to engage In business under a fictitious name shall hare ad.ertIatlllr. er

:" their Intention'to register said. fictitious aam. at least enee a week for four .

FHA INSPECTED & FINANCED i (4)) consecutive'w In some newspaper as'defined by: law, to the county One Only $3'2. 5

; where said registration Is to be made and mid registration shed not be At This PriceBRADFORD

AH you have to do to own that 3-bedroom, 1 1Vi or 2-bath home i H own I accepted.by the clerk of the circuit court nee". upon recelrlnr proof .* ,
: your own lot or acre in town or country, and we custom build for you such pabiicatfon.
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--I1 I not prefab or shell our homes are brick veneer tile baths hardwood<<\ I .

: ,I floors and beautiful birch cabinets ample closet area. We build Ion any 1 $ ; LDt

:; one, anywhere. i I :If you are engaged in business under any name __ I

:: NO DOWN PAYMENT I

.;:: PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $48.15 MONTHLYWe I other than your own, and have not bad this name : c:


: also: do Home Improvements, Florida Rooms, Bathrooms I I properly advertised and registered win he
we '"
E: and Room Additions. Financing Available. I $ ,


.: !r. FOR FREE INFORMATION.WRITE& BROCHURE OR CALL NO OBLIGATION I glad to give you all necessary Information as. to


; f{ --- I what should do.BRADFORD '"

1 Lifetime] Homes Inc. you I


I :I Local Bradford County RepresentativeBill !- I ,COUNTYT..EL1GRAPH

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.. Box 338 Oceanway Branch Phone 768-0525;) ; Area Code 901 I : ,

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The Time To f..Y YYYY.YYYyyy..yy. Not the least of these Is eat- Auto Struck -before August :30. 1987. Dth.I ...- thereof upon the plaintiff. .. Mr1.llIlntltf'lI Kit"-hen Fvhnunt Fan
Prepare aboard. It'a [ I win .n Juilitrnunt, may b* entered ..itfornxv. 'i Venetian Ullnd
I lag Ute perfect n mniit yoU for the relief name and addroaa, la? DANIEIr WITNESS my hand. and the
HAMPTON ., charute of pace for Mom, Dui ,By Semi iloinondnl, In the oomjMalntWlfNBSH :MITCtltCbl.. MKU1INB, 900/ AtIn :snot. of auld. Court at. "tttarko.Miirldu ,
Trees For Hurricane Season and the youngsters. my hnn: and the" i. n tit National Bank UuiKllna" thl. 110 day of July
I anal cvf said' Court Ht rkrt, Jeok.onvIIle. Florida. not laterthan A.D 1907,
By Mr*. Mary Wllilaniataaa.ala.a.uu..aa.ae An ever-growing selection of A 1056) Ford ddan! driven Florida. thin llln Hurricane seaaon Is here rather than thevery : I convenient foods makes eatingaboard 1967 If iron nil tu lo. an, default CI"'k, of the eh. lilt Court
1 an predUor. by John II. Logxlna. 31. I' PlIAnL.f. A. tIlAY i* will bo onicrr-il. nwnliiHt."" you fur UY Rvnlah M Moody.
and certainly. It Is time for ,, weight of the moss itself r. as simple as eatingal Hampton, WHK att''uck.'Friday > Clerk at Said Cm.rtI' the relief. diminmlcd In the Complaint Deputy. Clerk
home gardeners' to "stormproof" when it gets wet map CITY fOUNCIlv} 1 .home, And I It's, a whole lot when It pulled ontO'. U.S. 801 Ftrulnh... M. Moody. (COURT SHAD
your garden. Trees are > limb more fun to boot! To makeIt Deputy\. Clerk. The nature. ot nnitl Hint' being (A copy of the complaint filed,
cause ,
; damage, or' even '
ne City Council mat Aiie Mouth of Stflrk Into the path tIn 4t S/1T foi the foreclosure of the mortwuite horn hi la attached to the copy/
one of your most valuable cause thet tree to topple when Inset 1 tat with all member I ; even more enjoyable, the of nn oncoming semi-trailer ----- eiinumhnrlnw, the property nt lids notice which la mailer
assets, and !it takes year to the son 'around the roots prenent.Owners: (Evinn de News Servicehis- ,truck .- 1N COt"NTY JPDOF1'1'I' e'OUrtT described an followa.Lot : to each. defendant. for whom, areMlflftnue
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I IN AND FOR BttAPBOUnCH Fifteen Rlnrk, one, more specific\' than a
replace one if it is lost therefore gets well soaked. ( 'Of unkept l 14te'have these suggestions.! Ltoggtna waa charged with >UNTY, P'I HUDA. HARATUOA HRKIIITH, !I'nl state "r country was, Driven In

It is Important that you Fourth thin the crown: of' the. beerK 'notified of the City' I Keep It simple Whenever I failure to yield by Florida/ ( In r*: lORtnt of Oiro. aororrtlnit to pint the, sworn. statement. filed herein .-
JEFF 1< UIU..II'I.ka' t Hereof recorded, In flat i'the' plaintiff his agent or
take care of your trees before tree to wind; can pals t.hruthe intention to have them I\possible food should bu prepared HllrwUyPatrolman O C. Oar.rect. J. K OUIKflS. tli-f.....'.l.. I look' 2, cage U4 of the pnhIU attorney.
the storm arrives, or foliage more easily. '. leaned'ui*'al\d cxpenstf eliar' > 'it home or ashore. II Neither Loggins nod any NO'rtClI'I. TOi Ki>rron" records. of Bradford 1L1t 5tiSTARKE

!you may be sorry I Now is the Fourth, lower trie heightof lied .ti their tae&. 'Thed additional .will keep lie< freshness If wrapped of his five passengers were In- All ci..illtor.. of the estate of. founty, Florida,
time to be busy, says Presi- in aluminum foil o? put in */: Jeff OrlltCliika J, F. OrlfdMilvccnMiit TO.HJTIlWon11'1; ( [ nil fixture.
tall, 'weak trees perhapsas charges Wm htyj't.tobe .. .., i are hereby notified attached to or steed In fonneotlon !-
dent Richard Johnson of the much as ten to fifteen paUl before taxes are plastic bugs. Be 8W' :you\ have, The semi, driven by William, unit rixjolroil to file any el.lm. with Maid. pramlHaa, In-
Florida Nurserymen and: feet. this with cleared. enough. A warm summer day Lather' Costfcr 27, Jemlson or demand. which. they may clntllnv, the followlnKt'
Doing
corrective EATINO ABOARD IS have uiratvmt lIal Growers Association.First pruning will make the Councl. t approved $2,50 TOPS WITH BOATERS sparkling. sunshine and a cool Ala., ,wa traveling north on office tit time ouiinty judge o f hue tar apace BUSNESS!
prune off any hazardous tree sturdier and also more per week pay Increase for lake breeze does wonders forth UI& 30J. Logins pulled onto Bradford" County, KU.. >rltht. in
the courthouse' at 8t rk Ktor
branches that might: symmetrical.Sixth trash removed After 'some Today1 outboard-powered, ,I I. appetite I I I\e. highway from east side Ida, wltftln qnlrmlar

extend over your house, your' brace weak forks 'discussion of roads'find best boats are designed for a variety I The mont popular choice is of the road'! and his Ford was mouths from, tjo"UI": (" &f theflixt DIRECTORYAUTO
: '' sandwiches and the, old fav- hit In the left front end, causing pulillpHtlmr, 1 6>( thin notlc ,
driveway, your walks or your' and oable big old! limbs, 'way to fill holes, !it"was detiided of family fun Mttvitles Finch claim or .1".n.1! l must bIn
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utility wires. This Judicious\ Your FKQA may to l'1' nr. 'CouncilmanWlllUmson I' 'oilto( fried chicken. Prutt' 9150 damageH. writing" utul meet' elate topines
nurseryman makes an excellent' desaeit The mishap occurred Friday. or rrlduiu and p".toUloe REPAIRS
pruning is one of those check into thordering1 .
home
be able to help you, or ree1onimend Ann S<ei' I address of 'ho clalinanl.
"stitches in time" which can I a tree man who can. "' of limerock: Joan Hlnaon was visiting :.and, It's easy to stow .1 Aug.; 4, at 4:20: pm. f and moat be sworn to by the
save you much damage later Seventh. feed' the tree re- Council regretfully'ftrteot! relatives In Jacksonville last Pappv plates and cups areyour I clAlmant. nlM agent or his attorney Earl's Garage
,, I or It> will become void aoouidlnir -
best! bet aboard a boat.They're ,
on. I Ha Caunellmart tew-iton For"syth. AIL KINDS OFAtTTO
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gularly to develop a stronger week. to law I
Third' remove ail heavy loot system, bette '... resignation beoauB o' othanue Mrs Lorraine Vaines arrived easy to store: don't ,-TIfIt'' RIGHT POINT for the t July U, tttHJ. REPAIR WORK
rattle: and there's no faaar. of .. /MMdltli' arirria DvM the youwrite. Com* x All Work iurrantMHiPhone
Infestations of Spanish Moss. oiage, and to stimulate of-esidettW to High- home recently from California : way EDITH ,(IRIF.Ao
I a.llCh-1 and broken glass carry a Utter bag aid soled... favored SS'TBRBROOK 964-7003+
Altho Moss Is an air plant ; A healthy tree City.PERSONALS where her husband, your r' DOMAYRO'Adm4nlstratrl
apt : and empty it when 'You get : foonut 'p!'n. of the. } So." WoJnut, 8ta.rk
has stationed
been As
to break, soon ashore. W"tta ol .roff (!riff!.
HUNTKIl REUNIONAT MI'.. Ruth Mills of Fallon as he gets new orders she TMJEGRAFU' > alt'J." .. F. OrlfflH,
Eighth.. if nave Just
LIE O\K you I, left ,A cold drink ncooler> la a. deceased. Ask AUTO SERVICE
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Nay for hOme last week
plan. to return. ,
had tall and j.iJ1JIWIII
trees planted a muni. This THOMAM : '
will keep all .1'
your
'after.t ,visiting In Hamptonwith Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mc- ClaMlflM Aft nt rile TEUB-
The annual Hunter hurricane' Is reported. 'it aoj-S>> North Temple Ave. Brown
Gilbert S.
Family beverages chllledi. and It's [
/ a '
I her sonlnIi.w' and'dautflter. Stiirke, riurldu. Charley
would be advantageous to CteUnn and family In.d( Ted GRAPH brlnva I ,,
Reunion will be held "
at the Mr. Mrs great "ice bo* &tl led for food Klrat ubllcHtton: : on July 80( II
; and : D.E
Live Oak-Suwannee County have them staked for' stability Huffstlclcles of Rutherford- ''Select a cooler'that has! an Insert 1/''woTirn OKii r.ii': !*'*"(" .Ai.M 1987. Standard. OH Ser\lre Station
Recreation Center In Lave .? While staking bf palmsIs : 1iD1'-Iris' !. wlthi' hereon' ; and. .ton N, c: spent' the weekend trap" to heapfood away Nut Ice la h..r..by'trIVol1 thin. 1, 7/ZO!! 4t 'SIU. E.'U ATLAS
generally it fatnlly WwtknW, with I the McCIellans.. *>:-l Reddish. .., 8hurlM.. of Brait-, -- BATTERIES
not
Oak on Sunday Aug 20. All a practice, from TIKES A:
: the melting tee" ,
ands
I Mrs! : Xat.tt Saxon left list ford County VkArlda IN THW: CIRCUIT COtJHT IN
:Mr. and Mrs. W. Oal-
tieacendana of Abraham will save problems In 'event A. I Cooking: aboard 11 la also a and b/ virtue' of Writ of Kxnutli AND FOR BRAJlFOnU,' COUNTY JohnsAbout Budget. Term* Rmul Service'
Knight Hunter are urged to of hurricanes. If not staked, Thursday/ foir. two-wele visit' Iowa, and son of Forest City, .... "* to Wit TIXJHIPAf'lVtr Phone 964-7071
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want' with; Mrs. f..'"''Pl Walker In N.: C.. spent the weekend with possibility;'thantti to compaeicharcoal Jdtecutlon. Issued. out of -OlroiiltCourt ACTION CARIB NO. 100, Starts
attend. A basket lunch will you may to lay the cookers and small of Duval County.'' P'lortdapursuant ,WATERBURY 8AV1NUS BANK 407 N. Temple
until ''dS1'ller1It Marytlll; Tbnn.'and her 1\ei'' grandparents; Mr.: and Judgment this question: '
be served at 1 p m. The center palms over \ gas-powered stoves. Special to a Final a, ooirporutlon.flalntWf
is located at 213: NE. the storm has passed' 'and sste15'Mrs.iPearl;, "Alexander, Mrs. J.' E. AdJtlnfe.Mrs. foe J Oimeral. OuarHiwy JftlNrCum.n HURST'SSHELL
I safety ,should,,be .
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precautions. '
lh Sane Moutitaln'. oaf ',' ; Buford Parker'" of ,anaa"' ), Florid" Corp vn "An independent local insurance
Duval St. then, set up again! f taken. Do note.cook; near<4lheXuel urallon! .and against -UoonardUrltftn J1RA.DT EDWARD 9f r.noD< un
Mr. and Mr: L: O. John Qalnesvflle'' the week- agent is free to
suggestions[ spent defendant In : ties innrrliiJ! ANNA MAUD McLUUU
Frost of these I recently"' attended art Elk end' with Mrv and Mrs. ']CrnetMra. tanks CombUstlbld ma. ,emu mt of tt.101.4C together. DOUOLAH!, formerly known ... insure his client in which Service Station
also be to large tonal Would ,, -
may applied 'in- be eleawd Croat wltlCI'.ofIlI' of uolluotlan. ANNIE rUn :McKKfYD, and
THE RIGHT POINT for the shrubs. Why not check' your O.convention to Exalted! Chicago.Ruler1 of TO,the I* O1' en'. the ,area. When setting: up 'lave .ul.od. and .have.. In dee mypo.eeselon band J...____ 1XXJQLAS, her hue, ever company he thinks Ou. Oil. Lubrication.
; Merle Singleton and the following
way :you write. Come in planting today'and 'make Gainesville lodge While ''In and family arrived Saturdayfor your grill, check the wind di poraonal. property to D"'n'"nt.' best he ia not a captive Goodyear Tires, & Butftarle.
and select your favorite ES- .special. effort to 'storm proof* 'rection.1'You don't want smoke Wit\ : ao'ruw 0. krrr agent of one company He ROAD SERVICE
Chicago1 they vtll1ted :Mr; and
a' visit l .
with Mrs. 190S Chevrolet Station THE 8TATB! OF FIXIKID A
TERBROOK fountain pen. ,, your garden? ,' Mrs. 'Jim Suceeht former re- NetOf Johnson and Mrs. blowl.nsInto your lao.. Wu.-on, ID No. U33S6NS087 TO: works for his client In f lino 801 and 100 Starke *
Select an anchoring: site 1997 Florida 46-1UO ANNIHf! lfAUY'r'Lmon]
,, sd! ntlt of and helping to collect
tfnmntfiri
during Mrs Frankie Jean Keys and An', of tad above OUftl.Al'I' rl' ; WORK
METAL
: with- care to keep rolling and tile property ; i >rm rI y ,
Camp:Standing': and'' 'vilste family., On Sunday they' hada named defendant and that on known ar AV.V1M MAiriJMcf bin'claim. la this why 2 _

Mr 'and Mrs. BUdHrderl"n! family set-together 'at the. pitching at a. mlnimumv pro- MuAdav., the lint any. of,o'oloolc AIl.- KOD.: rtuHlilunoe Un-. out of 3 people buy Insurance THOMPSON
Florid twelve
Serving tected cove or sheltered anchorage U8t un at known, and her h"" ,:
North Carolina, on 'the Since 1950 I bet. When
I Mrs. Jessie Durban of Law- iM.l of "tits'! Hiadforil County| I you drop anchor use both'a Jail. I will offer for Hle- add known, local agent?
Joel' Smith .
4o47f1k1 a ieetertf &etce .Q of Jacksonville! tey was visiting Mr. and Mrs. bow and a'.tern line.' ell to the highest bidder for You 'ape hereby notified that 0 *
tt4. spent last Tuesday with Mr, Oeorge' William 'on Sunday. cash In I hand, the above deeorlbod suit hne been tiled against. -AU Types Metal Work-
... .. ... ..... M'i's. J. l q' .. property. o* Bald. d ,fand- and you. Charley E. Johns
.. ..,. .; ..arwwMre ". .... and1 : 0. Adlns.Mr. / Mrt sod Mrs.- D E. Hill and "- the AforesaidKxenutlon. BRADY EDWARD: MuLWQt & Air Cond.
ant to aatiafy Heat
and Services Held : >,, unmarrl -ln' .."_'abrrtcantltlttd
.4 Mrs. Leastoli For- family Mr.' Mrs. 'M. R. : .
", and .*..... ? and that you are Agency
syth And dauirhter! : moved Mlsnei and family of Oalneaville. For Mr.iNewsom" p, ..D. Rnrtdlnh.' sheriff _,,. 1 bereby required to fllo your 1.11 S. Walnut St. Systems InstalledRd.
last' w&ek'to Bradford. County: Florida3l ,answer with the Clerk of thin
WB Highland Clty and Debbie Hicks' 961-5723:
spentSaturday' Ph.
Cordially E.
Carolyn 'There was a wreck east'oftown at' CTaseent Beach. In Jones .Chap l. !/ U 1/11 Court, and to "nerve a copy PHONE 964-5070 .I 16 -

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Eaves Welcomes ''On. Highway 18 and 'Mr: nd"Mrs. P, D A4klnt \\1f' TifF] CIRCUIT; : coi'rtT; orKKADFOlin .
Representative,, W' Saxon' Road on Tuesday. of Dundee spent the weekend Oscar Townuand .N w8ome, : COUNTY,

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your Mrs.' P. A. Johns Walt making with Mr. 'and Mrs. J. E.*Ad- 13, a resident (If'Stoike J fo* "'' FI CASE HtrD4.NO. 1SB:
a1' left turn on''Saxon' Road. ; kin: the past' M years,, dlad-rtt; hU\ MART nf: fZAUIBTH' WILLoL9.
122 N. Bay St. Family. ,to Your home ThUraday Atifr.' ::3, afteran MARY
fts'
comlntf1 .from"' eastrf Starke New Horn 'axfendcd illness.) iUIZAIlKTH: W1T/30X I ,. ,',
WE'RELOADEDd
hit
F from the 'rear"119 another the paper for the next three /' Plaintiff '"
'car.'.No wM :Mr. Hunter was born: July : s
I : one &er1owltt'nJured weeks please turn' 'Itin to VMl '
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"suffti1- 20t, 1892.. 'He waa ;la retired J I"o.w:: U..II I; ,
Mrs. Johns' car" Jo Ann Hicks as she will be ;JJ,
The State of Florida '- faYtnen: ''veteran J of World J>..f iit,*
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ed ,the"most dbdfa/A writing/ In my absence. NO'I'U'R"P' SUIT
! I Ii Mrs! 'DE.: HIU and aangnterai' Mr. klnsey War T, and a -Bnpttat. ', O,:,rt..jO..W. 1LLId, III l
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome. and and Mrs. Wayne Surviving"lu-imie!'lister' ; Midi :' Whose. > residence. U un- 1

i To Acquaint You With Your City. i (' Mrs. Ruth 1\.tI1B.\. Angela and, family of Miami .Minnie Rye of Phlihtka : .'knownv. .
4 and': Nancy' Hornw' werfe'fhrtt- HMnby- notified that GOOD USED
, I were, visitingMf; | and Mrs Ftinr ral Benrlcca1 */:were' held you. '! .1'"
i 'JackBonvufe: I in <\Hlnn' for' dlvoroo has' been .
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ors to on Tuesday RoY' Williams last week: '
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lnt-Jone -
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p.m. <'Memorial J intuy' af 1n you an* you-ar r
If you are new in the area, a phone of'iset. week. Mrs., Bertha .Mclntosh Mrs > Chapel'.with,Rev.: W; A. h drehy .Miiuir4NI. M Serve .a copy *
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call will bring you a prompt visit- Ponria nhodrni' left last Ethel Tldwell. and Miss Betty Hogan otfflclatlnjr. Interment I of f 'any ypur. on written Thoron defenses A. Yawn tot, J,.,,
Saturday with 'Mr. and Mrs. Durllng of Jacksonville' wax in the fanr9yiplot; in Preyt I flftlntllfB Attorney, whose" adIrpf -

from your local nostesa. Please give I,naviesnd. famuy 'of Fair' were' vlSitlngr Fred''Dees'1- In ..atlt Cem"tsP3".d..dlrecl'1on" / C Houiie* i lit, Ktarke Hradforil, Plnrlda! i-iMinty' (*..Court& tae: TYPERITERSAtLpw

banks to visit Rlchant Davie Plant City on Monday. OeWttt;. C. ?Pones Funeral! I.ho, .OiilRlnnl' with the Cle..Ic'ot '

her a call I She has maps and many in NeW'' York and other" relautlve Home. : .J;l>e.,,a.iove,, stylus Court on ,or

\ In Maryand. carts- ...rsr.n .. "
free and wonderful gifts for you "" Mrs. Verdo Salter and'Mlas )

from local) businesses. fcalne Youngblood went to,I j. Y",,. \ II' Hsi

BirminghaM last wee's for a i

short vislt"and to", brink, ""Jo..: I Low Prices !
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